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TUESDAY, JULY 7, 188o
, , , ARRIVALS,
Ktuir Kliiau fiom Windwaid Poits
Strar Lchua from Kahiilul
tftrar Jns I Dow sett from Moloknl
Stmr Mokolll from Molokat
Ftmr Jas Mnkce from Knpaa
,'jtmr 0 Klilsliop from Kauai
Stmr KUauoa Hon from Windward Ports
8'jlir MntiuoUawnl from Koolnu
ochr Poholkl from Puna
S S Autrnlla from Australia
Stmr Planter from Kauai
Stmr Knplolatil from Ewa
Sclir Lcahl from Hanalol
hehr Wuiehu from Kauai
Sclir Sarah & Eliza from Koolau
Sclir Ehukal ft om Wni.ilmi
Sehr Rainbow from Koolau
fjohr Mokuohi from Ewa
Sehr Josephine fiom Ewa
iJchr Kawnllaul from Koolau
(Jehr Walninlu from llouoinu
ilk Blrmah for Portland, Or
S S Australia for San Fr.mcKco
Stmr. I 1 Dow-ctt for Molokai
Stmr Lchua for Kalmlul
Stmr Klnau for Windward Ports
Sehr v nrah & Eliza fov Koolau
Sehr Kawallam fov Koolau
Sclir Rainbow for Koolau
Sehr Lcahl for Hanalel
Sclir Walcliu for Koloa
tchr Eliukal for Walalna
Sehr Pol) Hoy for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Planter for Kauai
.Stmr C It Plsliop for Kauai
Stmr Kilauca Hon for Windward Ports
Bgtno .1 D Spreekch for S F
Sclir Walmalu for Mullko
Sclir Manafor Hilo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Julia Ford, Biii-gctnun
Fr Bk Louis IX, Labour
Bgtno J D Sprcckcls
Jap S S Yamashiro Marti
Bk Mount Lebanon
Sclir J 0 Ford
From Windward Ports, per steamer
Klnau, Julv 4 Hon Sam Parker, V II
Cornwell, 0 T Shlpiuan. Mrs M Kaliai,
J Tavernier, Miss A Bode, W King, Col
J Austin, Bishop Ollia, Bro Matthew, C
Ito, W SHIiig:, Hon J W Kalua, Rev .1 B
llanaikc, Miss M Dow.sctt, A Dowsctt,
'Mackenzie, Mrs P N Makcc, MIs L
Richards, Mrs M Ailau, A Wnggans,
wife and son, A P Peterson, Master W
II Cornwell, MissB Cornwell, Clio Ton,
Cho Lock, F S Dunn, F V Hardv. W L
Hardy, Miss K Shaw, Rev 0 M Hyde
and son, Mrs 1? E Bcekwlth, wife and 2
daughters, and 104 deck.
From Kahului and Hiielo, per stmr
Lchua, Julv i F M ir.-it.--li, W N Foye,
B Kistler, CM White, Prof Kellogg, Mrs
Q W Smith, two Sisters of Charity, and
From Hanalel, via Waialuu and aia
liae, per stmr C It Bishop, July 4 S W
Barnes, Judge J P Kama and wife, Mr
E S Craddtick, Moses Mahclona and
wife, Althoadsand wife, Mr Fuller, and
From Kauai, per stmr Planter, July
(5 Hon J nardv, V Knudson, Misses
Knudscn (II), C M Cooke, II N Boyle,
A Dreier, J Kamalcniii, Miss B Ihlhi,
Ahana, and 41 deck.
From San Francisco, per Sclir J C
Ford, July !! Dr Todd.
From Australia for Honolulu, per S S
Australia, Julv 5 Mr and Mrs Merton It
Cotes, Rev M I Stack, Mr Itobcrts, Mrs
Dean and 2 children.
From Honolulu for San Francisco,
per S S Australia, July 5 E It Hendry
and wife, and 3 Chinese.
Steamer Klnau brought 1025
sugar, 1U naies oi wooi,
horses, and 70 nkjrs sundries.
Stmr Kilauca Hon brought 3110 bags
of sugar. She sails to-morrow.
Stmr Planter brought 222.") bags of
Migar. She sails to-morrow at live
Steamers Lehua, Mokolii, Jas Makcc
and Jas I Dowsett sailed last evening.
The Koloa mill has lluishcd grinding
for the season.
The Japanese S S Yamashiro Maru
came into tho bay yesterday morning
and anchored in the stream.
StmrC It Bishop brought 2100 bags of
fiiigar. She sails to-morrow 8 a m.
Stmr Jas Makeo brought 800 hags of
Tho W II Reed has been named Ke An
nou (a new departure) she being the
first Hanniian tluee niaMed schooner.
Tho Centaur atid Mount Lebanon are
up for Hongkong, the former sails on
Friday next and the the latter on or
Tho J D Sprcckcls will sail for San
Francisco at 3 p ni to-morrow.
The schooner Itosaiio arrived at Ka
hului July 3rd, 10 days from S F.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mcssits. II. Hackfeld & Co. adver
The Y. M. C. A. singing class
meets this evening at 7 :30 o'clock.
Fivr. dollars a share is payable to
Grove Ranch stockholders to-morrow.
TuitKi: new members were ad
mitted to the Bethel Union Church
Mns. Kodanct, the dressmaker, is
still carrying on her business at No.
f)7 Berctania street.
Attkntion of members of the
Queen's Hospital Society is called to
advertisement of biennial meeting.
Alui:ady seven passengers arc
booked to leave by the Kinau on her
second trip over tho new routo'to tho
FtstiF.R'9 Champagne Cider busi
ness will be discontinued until fur
ther notice, and a scttleinont of ac
counts duo to and by tho firm is
0. Friday next, nt 10 a. m., tho
tegular quarterly meeting of the
stockholders of C. Brewer & Co.
will be held at the company's office,
Ox the fourth page to-day appears
"An Allegory," by May Dillingham.
It is of much literary merit, and
very readable, particularly to all
who rccocmizo tho local hits.
At 12 o'clock noon to-morrow, in
front of their salesroom, Lyons &
Levey will sell three lino draught
horses just imported from New Zea
land by Mr. Henry Macfarlane.
A muetixq of the executive com
mittee of the Foiuth of July celebra
tion will be held at the Hotel, Wed
nesday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Read the Secretary's notice elsc
wheic. The 0. S. S. Aluriposu is due to
morrow morning from San Francisco
with dates to the 1st inst. If there
is a child sick on board she will be
in port at daylight; if not, you may
look for her just before noon.
The members of tho Royal Ha
waiian Band appeared yesterday in
new white English-made helmets,
which gave them a fine appearance
as they marched along. They cer
tainly arc a great improvement.
To-Monnow is steamer day and
the stove of Lewis & Co. will bo
besieged with people soon after the
Mariposa gets in. They expect a
particularly fine consignment of
fruits, fish and vegetable to-morrow.
Tins evening, the officers and
members of the Honolulu Rifles must
report at their Armory at 7:80
o'clock, in full diess uniform, for
the purpose of electing a second
lieutenant in place of II. Gunn, re
signed. Dn. Buodii:, Government Veterin
arian, leaves by the Kinau this after
noon, for Hilo, to investigate a dis
temper reported among horses nt
Hilo. He expects to be back by the
return trip of that steamer on Sat
urday morning next.
Under tho "By Authority" head
ing, the Secretary of the Board of
Education announces the times of
holding the annual examinations of
Government schools in this city and
island, also the dates of beginning
and close of the holidays.
Mn. Jules Tavernier the artist
returned from tho Volcano on Satur
day by the Kinau. He came by
way of Hilo from the crater and re
ports heavy rain nil the way. From
bis own observations lie thinks there
will be another big flow eve long.
ii . . i m -
The Queen's Own held their re
gular monthly meeting last evening,
Captain O'Connor presiding. The
oath of enlistment was read, assented
to and signed by the members. The
number of certificates of member
ship issued up to last evening was
13G, exclusiw. of olllccrs.
Tin: Kapiolnni Boat Club has
lately received u new six-oared rac
ing boat from San Francisco, and a
ciew is tailing daily spins in her.
She was built by Griffin, of San
Francisco, of cedar, 40 feet long,
and is fitted with patent towlocks.
Her speed will be shown at the next
At a meeting of Mystic Lodge,
No. 2, K. of P., held Thursday
evening, the following officers were
installed: 1 C, M. Grossman; C.
C, J. A. Melntcns; V. C, H.
Armitage; P., F. M. Lewis; M. at
A., II. Gunn; M. of F., J. A.
Palmer; I. G., J. Savidge; O. G.,
The Rev. E. C. Oggel, pastor of
the Bethel Union Church, leaves by
the Kinau this afternoon for a vaca
tion, accompanied by Mrs. Oggel.
They will first go to Kohala, from
there to Hilo, and then to the vol
cano by tho new route, staying there
twelve days. They will return to
Honolulu August 2d.
Mcssits. Robt. More & Co., ma
chinists, have just completed a bier
to be placed in the Royal Mauso
leum to hold the remains of the late
Queen Emma and tho little Prince
of Hawaii. It is made of iron, with
sis: columns, and ornamented with
scrolls. The frame is silver color,
and the scroll work gold. Tho re
mains of the queen will be placed
in tho centre and-thnso of the prince
on the top. It is a beautiful speci
men of work.
"Vu have a good stock of brass,
ebony nnd walnut pole cornices, tit
low prices. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 05 St
If you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street. 980. tf.
RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE.
The Supremo Court opened at 10
o'clock this morning, the Chief Jus
tice and Mr. Justice McCully on
the bench. Tho chair lately occu
pied by Mr. Justice Austin was
draped in black, and the bench as
well. The members of the bar
present were His Er. the Attorney
General, His Honor Police Justice
Bickerton, Messrs. Castle, Russell,
Hnrtwell, Dole, Kinney, Avery,
Peterson, Thompson, Kalun, Whit
ing, Thurston, Rosa, Preston, Hatch,
C. W. Ashford, V. V. Ashford,
Monsarrat, C. Brown, Ward, Poc
pne and Holokahiki. Judge Hardy,
of Kauai, Mr. William Foster,
clerk, and Messrs. Henry Smith and
Henry Poor, deputy clerks of the
Supreme Court, were also present.
Before business commenced His Ex.
Paul Neumann, Attorney-General,
rose and said:
Your Hoxons, The mournful
task has been committed to ine by
tho members of this bar, to move
the acceptance and entry in the
minutes of this Court of resolutions
condolatory upon the death of Ben
jamin Hale Austin, lately one of the
honored justices of this Court. May
I say of him, that I regret nothing
move than the scantiness of time
during which I had the pleasure and
benefit of acquaintance with the de
ceased gentleman. Scarcely two
years, a span in a whole lifetime,
yet sufficient to have learned and
appreciated the many noble and ex
cellent qualities -which graced this
man.' His uprightness, the conscien
tiousness with which he, regardless
of physical ailment, nttended to his
official duties, his fairness and im
paitiality, were not his only attri
butes to command our respect and
elicit our praise. No one who knew
him could have failed to admire the
fortitude which ho evinced during
the long and terrible trial to which
he was subjected during the latter
part of his life. In nowise could
nobility of inind and true Christian
spirit become more conspicuous than
in this good man's behavior to his
family, his friends and all others
who came in contact with him ;
than in his unselfishness, in his
cheerfulness, in his urbanity and in
the exemplary patience with which
he bore his sufferinc Nihil tam
accrbum est in quo non icqnus ani
mus solatium inveniat. There is no
suffering so hard but in it the pa
tient mind may find some comfort.
One of the salient virtues of our de
parted friend was, that even intense
suffering never could deflect his
ways from a conscientious perform
ance of duty, nor prevent him from
maintaining a cheerful spirit and a
lovable patience which proved to
be a consolation to his sympathizing
relatives and friends. If there is a
hereafter, if there exists an immortal
part in man, and I do not doubt it,
then truly to this good, faithful and
suffering man death is ihc crown of
life. For him survives the memory
of his unblemished character as a
man and judge, the memory of his
considerateness to all who surround
ed him during the many days and
uizhts of sofferinc which it was his
hard lot to pass ; the memory of the
faithfulness witli which lie absolved
his tasks in life. To his worth wo
pay this tribute, perhaps ephemeral,
bound in the weak tissue of this
perishable scroll, but I may safely
say for those in whose name it is
presented, that it is not, as often
occurs, an empty phrasing fitted for
the occasion, but that it emanates
from that sincere respect which fol
lows the thorough appreciation of
virtue and merit. I shall now, by
leave of your honors, read the reso
lutions presented t3 the bar of
Whereas God in His wise providence
has removed the Honorable Benjamin
Hale Austin, Second Associate Justice
of the Supicnio Couit, by death:
lit it resolved That while we bow 111
submissive resignation to tho loss which
we have suffered in the removal by
death of Judge Austin from his olllcial
duties as a Justice of the Supremo Court,
wc herein' record our appreciation oi
his unfailing courtesy, and his cheerful
ana faithful attention to tno responsiuie
duties of his position, even while nillict
ed with severe and painful bodily Ill
That wo hereby express to the family
of tho deceased our Mncerc condolence
nnd our sympathy with them in their
That tho bar wear crape on the left
arm fov thirty days in respect of the
That this resolution bo recorded upon
the minutes of the Supremo Court and
that copies bo forwarded to the widow
and brothers of the deceased.
Remarks appiopriatc to the occa
sion were then made in English by
Messrs. A. S. Hnrtwell and M.
Thompson, and in Hawaiian by Hon.
J. W. Kalun, followed by Mr. Justice
McCully and the Chief Justice, Hon.
A. F. Judd. The latter ordered the
delicto enter the resolutions on the
records of the Court, and the pro
FUNERAL OF JUDCE AUSTIN.
Tho funeral of tho late Mr. Jus
tice Austin took place at four o'clock
yesterday afternoon from his late
residence, Nuuanu valley, and was
largely attended. Amongst those
present were His Majesty the King,
Their Royal Highnesses Princesses
Eiliuokalani and Llkelike, His Ex.
Gov. Dominis, His Majesty's Minis
ters and tho resident and foreign
ministers. The elegant coffin was
covered with beautiful flowers. Tho
services commenced by the choir of
Fort street Church singing the hymn,
"Nearer my God to Thee," follow
ed by tho reading of scripture and
prayer by the Rev. Georgo Wallace,
rector of St. Andrew's Cathedral.
An anthem was next sung by the
choir and then the Rev. J. A. Cru
zan, pastor of Fort street Church,
read the scripture bearing upon the
resurrection, after which he offered
up prayer. The service was con
cluded by the singing of the hymn,
"O Paradise." The remains were
then carried to the hearse, and tho
procession to the Nuuanu cemetery
soon afterwards started in tho fol
Platoon of police.
The Mnnbnl of the Kingdom and aids
Officiating clergymen. Revs. J. A. Cru-
zan and Ueorge Wallace.
Pall bearers : the Chief Justice. Hon.
A. F. Judd; His Ex. Paul Neumann. At
torncv General; First Associate Justice.
Hon.L. McCullv; lions. S.B Dole and
J. W. Kalua, Messrs. A. S. Hnrtwell.
William I'otcr and W. L. Holokahiki.
Chief mourners: the widow and son
of tho deceased, and his brother. Mr.
His Majcly"s carriage.
Colonel C. P. laukca and J. II. Bovd,
of His Majesty's st ff.
Carriage of 11. K. II. Princess Lilluu-
Majors Antonc ltosa and J. I). Holt, of
the Governor's staff.
Carriage of H. R. It. Princess Llkelike.
Their Excellencies the Minister of
Foreign Affairs, Minister of Interior and
Minister of Finance.
Ills Ex. the American Minister Resi
dent and lady.
Ciicuit Judges and District Justices.
Clerks of the Supreme Court.
Members of the bar.
Oillcers of the Court.
Arriving at the cemetery the body
was carried from tho hearse and
lowered to its last resting place in
the burial lot belonging to the Hon.
W. C. Parke, by eight police of
ficers, the band playing a dirge.
The Rev. Geo. Wallace read several
sentences, after which Rev. Mr.
Cruzan committed the body to the
ground, offered up prayer and pro
nounced the benediction, thus was
laid at rest a most worth v man.
THAT PIC HUNT.
Tho Yosemite skating rink was
crowded on last Saturday evening
to witness a novel affair, a pig hunt.
Thevc wove thivtcen competitors. A
small but lively' pig was set loose in
the building at 8.30 o'clock. Each
competitor had a small rope and to
win the prize hnd to lasso tlicauimal.
At the end of twenty minutes it had
not been caught, so the proprietor
told the competitors to use their
hands. This they did, and a young
native 003' soon had Mr. I'igg' safe
in his clutches. The prize was the
pig. The fun was immense while it
lasted. This evening there will be
music at the rink.
A CHANGE TO REFORM.
It will be remembered that a few
months ago a young native man, II.
Aea, was charged witli embezzlement
of money from the Rev. II. II.
Parker, editor of Hie Kuokoa. The
case had been put over until this
term of the Court. This morning
the Attorney-General asked to dis
continue it. lie said Aca had re
turned the money taken and he
would like to give the young man a
chance to lead a better life. The
OIIAS. HOY PS Shoeing Shop
now re-opencd. Interfering
horses a specialty. 20 if
THE two story coral building occu
pied by Chulan & Co. as a Rice
Mill, pnsbession given linmediatclv. Ap
ply to CHULAN L CO.
IN KAPIOLANI PARK
COTTAGES TO LET,
WITH OU WITHOUT BOARD
Dull rrht fill nm liatlilllL' Doild'ri
'busses run to the place when two or
inoropassengirsoilbr. Apply 10
ALI EN HERBERT.
C5T Telephone 302 f8 I m
HAVING obtained tho services of a
first-class Piano Tuner, wow hli
to inform tho public that we nro able to
Tune and Repair Pianos at t-horl notice.
All orders left with us will bo promptly
attended to, and nil work wanaiutd.
10-13 ly WEST, DOW & CO.
Mr. H. H. Babcock,
WITH "West, Dow & Co, -Mies to
inform the Indies and i-cntUnicn
of Honolulu, that he will take a few
pupils on tho Guitar. Anyone wHiing
to learn will plc.iso apply ut tho btorc.
Fourth of July Committee.
THE Exccullvo Cnmmltteo of the
.Fourth of July Celebration nro re
quested to bo present at the Hawaiian
Hotel on WEDNESDAY evening at
7:30 pm., to audit bills nnd make nr.
rangements for paying tbosunc. All
parties not having paid their subscrip
tions will call at once at the olllco of the
undersigned. All hills duo for lliu celc
bratlon must be presented to the under.
Mtrned on or beforo Wednesday next.
04 3t J. E. WISEMAN, Scc'y.
A WOMAN to do general housework
in a family. A comfortable homo
and suitable wages promUcd
Mooting of C. Brower A Company.
rrWIK Regular Qmirtuly Mc-tlng of
i. the Stockholders of C. Brewer &
Company will be held at the Company's
OHice, on Quccu street, on FRIDAY
NEXT, Julv 10th, at 10 o'clock A. M.
08 lw J. O. CARTER, Bcc'y.
FINE lot of Rice straw suitable
beddlnc for horses is offend for
sale in quantities to suit buyers, at a
reasonable ptlrc. Enquire of
WONG LEONG &. CO.,
1007 3ni No. in Nuuanu M., Honolulu.
A VtUY FINE CONSIGNMENT of
For sale by
II. J. NOLTE,
01 lw B -aver S ilcou.
Attention ! Honolulu Rifles.
OFFICERS and members of the
above command are hcieby or
dered to vepovt at their armory
n TUESDAY EVENING Ji.ly
7t!i, In lull (h- si unllorm, fo'r
the purpose oi i Icc-iinga Second
Lieutenant io- 11. Gunn, re
signed. Bv Order.
AV. 11. ALDRICH.
Offer a Silk Dress for $5.
,SO, OTHER GOODS AT FIFTY
r cent, reduction. Embroider,
Curtains, etc., in all styles. Ladies'
H.UR and dps ; Tabic Linen ; Mied
Linen and Black Brussels Laces.
tsr SUITS OF
Oram and Lemon Trees.
rpiIESE TRFE-3 arc of the very best
JL kinds. ONE DOLLAR EACH.
For sale by
For Portland, Or., Direct.
THE Al BRITISH lltON BAP.K
" BIRMAII ,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. I or ircight or p lesnc apply to
P. A. bCHAEFER & CO.,
62 2t Agents.
J, A. Mackenzie,
Having opened a shop on
(opposite the Chinch), is picpaml to
execute nil o.dcrb for
Plumbing, Gas and Steam
And general work in his line. All
order- promptly uttumicil to, and chai ges
btiic lv moderate. -10 am
AS JUST RECEVED per '-Ala.
meda" an invoke, of the Cutting
P.icl-ing Companj's Standard Goods,
Fiuita, Jams, Jellies, Mince Meat,
Sausage Meat, Roa-t Beef. Itoast
Duck, Salmon, Pickles Chow
Chow. Queen Olive.-", Walnut Cat
sup. Orange Dlossotn Honey, Apple
Uultur, Pear Hiittcr, Peach Butter,
Asparagus, E.ira't, etc., etc. ,
Also on hand, a general assortment of
GROCERIES AND FEED.
Which will bo sold as low as tho lowest.
CSTTilephoro 110. fiO 2w
Ex "Orlcnte" and "Blrmah,"
Cases B, & N. "Koy" Brand Gin
In Green Cafes.
Casos " Straw-Berrij " Gin,
15 Pottles In a Case,
Cases "Wertincau" Brandy,
Thcfe Ooods, pnd a full assortment of
Aro ollbred for sala at very low rates by
LOVE JOY Ss CO.,
60 2w 1G Nuuanu St., Honolulu, IT. I.
A Good Pasture for Horses,
NEAR TOWN, nt $2 HO per month.
Pasture securely fonecd, and no
(.Ink hore accepted. Apply to A. A.
MONTANO, at Mnnoa Valley, or order
cau bo left at Mclntyre- fc Brotlier'ft
grocery store, corner of Fort and King
streets. !) 8m
Tl Quoon St roc,
Stcnmer "J. I. Dowsett,"
Rob Roy, Mllo Morris, And Jotophlnc.
SALT ITOIt SALE.
Fiuo and coarse Puuioa Salt ; fine
Knlcaako Salt, in quantities to suit.
A so, large and wnall Itou Water
Tanks. Paints. OIK Etc., Eie. C3 ly
The undersigned having
lukcn cuaige or .Baggage
Cnrcs No. 84. for the
purpose ot earn, lug on the txprcss and
Dray business, "lu-pes by pajing stilct
attention to btit-ini-s-i to icccivo a shaic
of public patronage.
CTSiy Moving pianos and furnituie a
specialty. ANToNE A. KEUMI.
Residence, corner Punchbowl and He
Oiders may be left with C. Hammer,
or West, Dow & Co., Telephone 17U.
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
NO. 7 CHAPLAIN STREET. Les.
sonsgien in Marine, Landscape,
Mock Kensington, Photograph f.nd
Crayon Painting in Oil and Water
Colore. Flowcis in Wax, Wool. Pluh,
Foil, Silk. Leather, Hair, Crvstal, Fen.
titer and Fishsralc. All kiiuHof Km
broideiy and Designing taught with
Skeleton Bea.l, L-icc, Comb, Glass, Shell
and Bullion work. For tprm. etc, ap.
ply to A M. BURKE,
JtO Om Temple of Fashion.
The Fine American Hark
A. W. NEWELL Master
Due tit tills port on the
lOtli July Next,
Will have immediate despatch for Hong
For freight or parage apply to
48 Cw O. BREWER & Co., Queen Si.
Route to the Volcano !
rpHE Steamer KINAU, King Com
JL miuider, will leave Honolulu on
Tuesday, June 23rd, for Keauhou, the
New Volcano Lauding, and ihcieaftt-r
upon the first Tuesdav after the arrival
ol the Alameda and Miriposa, due here
the Sill and ".2nd of each month.
Wo offer passcngiMTlIuouoii tickets
for the sum of l'lrrv doli.ahb all
oii.'I'.of.s paid; allowing pus engcrs
Iweiuy-four 1 ours' time at the Volcano
Houh', nnd returning to Honolulu on
ONLY FOURThlUt' MILKS FROM THE
BTEAMKU TO Till! Vol CAKO, OVCr a good
road less than half the dUtance or any
On all trips except Volcano trip3, the
KINAU will urn her regular time table,
going to Hilo nnd rcturulnir to Hono.
lulu at 10 a.m. Baturd ys. On Volcano
,,lia nLC.niMi, flvmi T. liinntini'llOP
must take the sie.imer on up irips. Pas.
suigers can 1 cmaln on hoard or stop over
at Hilo until Fridny nt 0 a.m., a thoy
All further particulars given at the
WILUERVS STEA3IS3III CO.
Honolulu June 12. 1PCT. 4.1 lm
Will be open ccry afternoon and even.
Ings as follows:
Slondaj-, Wcdncsdny, TlinrMtlay and
ToNhe public in general.
TiiCHduy and Kiidny KveniniCM, and
WrdueHday nnd Huturdny
For ladle, nnd their escorts.
AMUSEMENTS TO COME;
;Polo between Yoiemltcs and
10 Pop Corn Party.
11 -Polo between Alerts and
10 Neck-Tio Party, $5 prlzo for
21 Polo between Yostmltej and
Alert for piize.
21 II 1 in Hunt : prize.
July 25 Turko) Hunt, for natives.
July 2 Two mllo llieo for '.lize.
July Ul Grand fnncy dies masquer,
ade Four prizes will bo
given one for the hundbom.
i't costume, one for the most
original one. one lor tho
bei-i Mictaincd character, una
one for the most ci.mical.
Fancy skater., mubl look out for the
month of Augun,
Dancing ccry i-riuay i'vchihb irum
0 to In.
Muni" ty tn xinmi,
P. very Tuesday, Friday nnd S.Uuiday
Evening: nlo nt the Wednesday Ma
tince. T. E WALL, Manager.
ffler's Snp Go.
losemite SMii M