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TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1885.
Stmr 0 11 Bishop for llamnktia
Stmr Kinaii lor Windwnul Forts
Stinr Lchua for Knliiiltil
Stmr Mokolll for Molokul
Schr .1 U Ford for S F
Sclir Ehukal for Wnialua
Hgtne WO Irwin for KF
Stmr W G Hall for Windward Pom
Stmr .Tas Mnkcc for Knunl, la AVnlnnao
StmrKUauca Hon for Windward l'oits
Sclir Mnlolo for 1'apalkou
Schr Maua for llononiu
Sclir Luka for Koholnlclc
Schr Leahl for Hanalol
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilkliio Amelia, Ncwhall
Uk Forto, Florcnass
Ilk ForeM Queen,
Fioiii Port Toncnd. per Amelia.
July 20 Mtses New hall.
For Kauai. Nilhaii and Nlhoa, per
lwnlanl, July 20-11 It 11 Pilnws Ll
linokalanl, A Hoffnuug and wife, Miss
Ella Hoffnung, Rev .1 Hemphill and
wife, VT VT Hall, S 11 Dole. A Jaeger,
Henry .Tacgcr, E S Cuuha and wife,
Harry WAuld, .T D Holt, Hon ,T Kcau
and wife, Hon Junius Kaao and wife,
Hon J T Baker and wife. J Kcakuoka
lani and wife, O J Holt, ,Tr and wife, J
.1 Williams, Mis Emma M Becklcy,
Miss Peterson, MUs Lily Fiikol, Miss
Koo Opealu, Mrs J 31 Kapena, Mis
Luilmlu Kapena. Mls Lily Itieliards,
Mrs W It Holt, Mis Annie Hauls. Mrs
Lemon, Mrs V Cotn, Mrs Brew, Sr,
Miss Sophie Sheldon. Mrs G T Maka
noc, Mls Lizzie Victor. Mrs W L Wil
cox, Master Albert Cuuha. Rev S 30
Bishop, W Brcdc, O B Wilcox. Joseph
Hclcnlld, A McBrydc, Mrs E A Mc
Bryde, Miss Annlo MeBryde, Douglas
McBrydc, A K Hoapill. Or A Mai tin,
Master Boyd. Mrs D L Kinimaka. Miss
Bertlcman, Mrs W Auld and 1G0 deck.
For San Francisco, per W G Irwin.
July 21 Col Sain Norrls, Mrs P F Gait,
J Stewart and Mrs Unbcrzart.
Stmr Kllauca Hon sails to-morrow at
Schr Luka sails to-moiiow for Koho
lalele and Hakalau.
Schr Caterina sails to-day forWai
manalo stone quarry, to get another
load of limestone.
The bgtnc W G Irwin sailed this v m
for San Francisco with G,or5 bags of
sugar, COO bags of rice, ISII kegs of mo
lasses and 21 empty tanks. Total value
domestic produce, $:50,S00.S0.
The Hawaiian tein Kc An Hon got
underway for the South Seas at about 5
o'clock last evening. She had all sail
set except the main top gaff and stay
sail. Beyond making considerable lee
way she behaved very well in passing
through the reef. Her appcaraucc was
rather unique, as no two sails were
alike, and there is only ouc top mast on
her. Several persous -went out for a
tack or two to see how she worked, re
turning in freshened spirits in a surf
boat through a driving rain. They
agreed, as the tlret Hawaiian three
masted schooner was rapidly receding
in tho distance, that she "would do."
The Ke Au Hou took BOO ft of BR track.
5,000 ft of RW Lumber, 7500 lbs of pota
toes, 50 cases of beef, 200 mats of rice,
5 cases of milk, 5 cases of coffee, 2 bags
of coffee and 1 chest of tea.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A small black-and-tan dog is ad
vertised as lost.
A koy is advertised for to work at
the Yosemite skating rink.
"MAjixr.ns in England" will bo
found on the fourth page.
J Masqueradcrs should peruse Mrs.
Dyer's advertisement in another
Avery and Palmer have a five
roomed cottage with every conven
ience and low rent, to let.
Cor.. Sam Norris left again to-day
for San Francisco by the W. G.
Irwin. He made only a short stay
Tin: Honolulu Rilles meet for their
usual wecklv drill this evening at
7:30 o'clock. Kvcry member is re
quested to be present.
Tin: quarterly meeting of the
Pacific Hardware Co. (Limited) will
he held at their olllce to-morrow
morning nt 10 o'clock.
Tiieiu: were four contestants in
the one mile race for Hawniians at
tho Yosemite skating rink last even
ing. Napoleon won quite easily.
Mit. Babcock leaves by the Kinau
tills evening, for Hawaii and Maui,
in the interest of Messrs. West,
Dow &r Co., to tune and repair
Duiuxo the temporary absence of
the Acting Imperial German Consul,
Mr. II. F. Glade, tho duties of that
office will bo discharged by Mr. J.
The annual meeting of the Wai
manalo Sugar Company will he held
to-morrow morning at ten o'clock at
the oliicc of Mr. A. J. Cartwright,
Tnu case of Shipman vs. Nawahi,
damages, was commenced in the
Supreme Court yesterday before a
mixed jur'. It is not yet finished
as wc go to press.
Lnwis & Co., grocers, Hotel
street, will rcccivo their usual con
signment of fresh fruits, fish ami
vegetables, on ice, to-morrow by the
Alameda. Leave orders early.
All families, hotels and laundries
should try the new labor-saving soft
sonp ns manufactured l)v W. II.
lluddy. It is for sale at W. K.
ITcrnck's turning shop, Bethel street.
On Friday next, from 9 to 12 in
the forenoon, the closing exercises
of Fort Street .School will take place.
Parents and friends will please con
sider themselves invited by this
Sxeak thieves have been operat
ing lately on Richard street between
Merchant and King streets. Several
parties moiiin the loss of chickens
and ducks. The police should bo
on the alert.
Tin: anniversary of Mr. Fred.
Macfai lane's birthday was celebrat
ed yesterday by a party nt the resi
dence of the Hon. II. A. AVidemann.
Quite a large number of invited
guests were present and the affair
was exticmcby pleasant. Mr. Bergcr
furnished music for dancing.
By command of His Majesty the
King the Royal Hawaiian Band will
this evening serenade Mrs. C. A.
Spreckcls at the Hawaiian Hotel.
Afterwards there will bo an im
promptu dance in the large and
commodious parlors. The grounds
will be illuminated for the occasion.
Tin. O. S. S. Alameda is due to
morrow morning from San Francisco
' with dates to the loth inst., ten
days later news. Our old friend
Capt. Morse will probably bring his
vessel along at a seasonable hour, as
he objects to slowing down and try
ing to get in just as we want lunch.
Them: will be no polo game at
the Yosemito skating rink this even
ing. Manager "Wall requests that
all those who intend taking part in
the grand fancy dress masquerade,
July 31st, will hand in their names
before the 30th. No person will be
allowed on the floor masked without
having done so.
Tin: Inter-island steamship wharf
was crowded yesterday afternoon
with spectators, to witness the de
paiturc of the Iwnlani with the ex-,
eursionists to Nihoa, or Bird island.
II. R. H. Piincess Liliuokalani was
one of the party. His Majesty the
King and H. R. II. Princess Likelike
were down on the wharf to see the
steamer off. The Royal Hawaiian
Band was present and played a num
ber of lively selections.
A STRANGE SCENE.
In no other part of the world
could one lind such a scene as was
witnessed in St. Andrew's Cathedral
yesterday. It was the funeral of a
young Chinese boy. The coffin
covered with flowers was carried into
the church by six Chinese and fol
lowed by a large number of the
same, who half-lilled the church.
The surpliccd choir of boys com
menced to chant the funeral psalm,
and immediately afterwards in filed
six Japanese of the newly-arrived
immigrants, who very reverently
occupied a front pew and appeared
interested in the service. After the
Bishop and Rev. Geo. "Wallace had
read the burial service the Chinese
pastor got up and read in Chinese.
A hymn to close the service was
sung, during which another Japan
ese with a large bag full of bananas,
carried in his arms, walked up the
aisle to where his countrymen sat,
but quickly went out agaiu after he
had discovered his mistake. Tho
body was taken out of tho church
and the six Japanese were the last
to leave, but not before they had
turned to tho choir and thanked
them, as it were, for the music by
rapping their fans on the back of
the pew, and bowing.
HANCOCK WINS A RACE.
A few days ago "Mr. W. II. Corn
well's b. h. Hancock and Mr. James
Gray's c. m. Faiammn were matched
to run a mile dash at Kapiolani
Park for S500 a side. The event
took place on Saturday afternoon in
tho presence of quite n largo num
ber of spectators. The weather
was fine, and it was expected tho
fastest time on record on this track
would be made, but there was a
strong wind blowing across, which
was bound to interfere. There was
very little betting, it being pretty
agreeably conceded that if Hancock
ran his best ho could win. nnd this
ho did. It would have been a pretty
close race had both horses got off
together at the start ; as it was,
Hancock got a great advantage.
The oillcials were: Judges, Capt.
J. II. Brown, Col. C. 1. Iaukea,
Mr. F. S. Pratt; Timekeeper, Mr.
C. O. Bcrger j Starter, Capt. A. B.
Hayloy. Following Is tho result of
Mr. Y. II. Cornwall's b. h. Hancock,
aged, 120 lls J, Noble 1
Mr. Junius Gay's c. m. Falunnnn, 4
yeure, 108 lbs Le Roy Howson 2
At tho first attempt tho word go
was given, but Hancock had got
away fully three lengths beforo
Faiannna's trainer let go of her
head. Thus all interest in the race
was gone early. The same positions
wcro maintained until near the half
mile post, where it looked as if
Faiamum was beginning to make up
lost ground, but round the homo
bend Hancock got away again, and
coming along up the homestretch,
won easily by three lengths. Time,
1 :l7:r ; Faiannna's time, 1 :-l!)-There
is not the slightest doubt had
they both got away together n splen
did race would have been witnessed,
though the result would have been
the same and the record would have
EXAMINATION AT WAILUKU.
Last Thursday, July lG,jthc clos
ing exercises of St. Anthony's
School, Catholic Mission, Wailukuv.
took place. At 0 o'clock, the boys,
in their festive costumes, wcro scal
ed in the beautifully decorated
schoolhall. The crowded audience
was a proof of the great interest
"Wailuku people take in the education
of their children. Among the at
tentive audience were : Very Rev.
Father Leonor, of Honolulu, Pres. ;
Rev. Father Gulstan, of Wailuku;
the teachers of Makawao Female
Seminary, and of Fain, and "Wailuku
Union Schools. The hearty and
frequent applause was a proof of
the elllcieney of the children, as
they passed through the long and
interesting programme. The differ
ent school-branches were pleasantly
intermixed with beautiful songs,
recitations, declamations and dialo
gues The musical part'of the pro
gramme was highly appreciated,
and proved the pains taken to in
crease a love of this beautiful art in
the Hawaiian children..L.Among the
little speakers, August Garaffc de
serves special mention. The good
English pronunciation of the native
boys was a marked feature, and
gives credit to their teachers. Several
beautiful drawings, which decorated
the walls of the hall, were greatly
admired, and betokened some skilful
young artists among the scholars.
After the distribution of premiums,
Father Leonor gave the closing
address. He spoke of the great
progress the school has made since
the Brothers commenced teaching.
He had spent twenty-eight years in
Wailuku, where the beautiful church
edifice is a standing monument of
his energetic zeal for the spiritual
welfare of his flock. He said it was
his desire for a great number of
years, to present Wailuku with a
good school, and that, with great
joy and satisfaction, he' now sees
that his end has been achieved.
It was unfortunate for the pupils
of the above school that one of their
number should die the day preced
ing the annual recitations and dis
tribution of prizes. The boys had
been at work for some time prepar
ing their programme, and on Satur
day the schoolroom had been beauti
fnllj decorated and' a platform
erected. However, as the dead
scholar was to bo buried on Monday
it was deemed only proper to omit
the exercises altogether. Quite a
number of the boys left yesterday
for their homes and others go to-day
by the island steamers. The attend
ance at the school at the beginning
of the year was fifty, but a number
leaving reduced the attendance at
the close of the term to thirty. The
examinations have been both oral and
on paper. Some of the papers, es
pecially in tho higher classes, were
capitally done. The map which took
the prize was Scotland, one of the
most difficult to do, but the prize
winner, II. Anahu, had done it very
faithfully. The prizes, which were
handsomely bound books, were pre
sented to the successful scholars by
the Right Rev. the Bishop, tho prin
cipal of the school. The head mas
ter, Mr. C. Henry White, has worked
hard to maintain tho usual excellent
standard of tho school and has suc
ceeded. The following is the prize
Good Conduct and Religious
Knowledge Hiram Anahu and
William II. Wright.
Mathematics Hiram Anahu and
William II. Wright.
Freehand Drawing James Cock
ctt. Map Drawing Hiram Anahu.
Good Conduct Stephen Maha
ulu. Roligious Knowledge John Win
ter. Mathematics John Winter.
Drawing Albert E. Mitchell.
1st in Conduct and Examination.
H. H. Meek.
2nd in Examination P. W. T.
Religious Knowledge T. Macar
thy. Arithmetic H. Crane.
Drawing II. II. Meek.
Good Conduct Ah IHn.
1st in Examination Joseph Goo
2nd in Examination T. Anahu
and E, Nahono.
Good Conduct T. Pryce.
Holy Scripture C, U. Lemon.
Monday, July 20.
Ben, Napolcona and Monta Zitwio
forfeited hail of $10 each for drunk
enness. Thos. Kurtlcy was fined S"
and $1 costs for the' same offense.
Knalhuo and Kahalcwai, both wa
hincs, for lighting in the streets,
were fined 8G each.
Tuksiuy, July 21.
Geo. Robeson, for drunkenness,
forfeited bail of $C. Annie Bode, a
young girl of thirteen years of age,
was charged with disobedience to
her mother. The little girl evidently
did not want to have anything to do
with her mother, knowing she was
not ns good as she might be. His
Honor gave tho following judgment:
."On account of the bad character
of tho mother, the girl is given into
tho care of Mrs. Soulhwick, city
missionary, until she can find suit
able employment for her.
John Hapa was charged with as
sault and battery on Lokc (w).
John has not been long out of piison,
and it appears went to the house of
tho plaintiff. She was thcro alone
and he tried to kiss her and act
indecently, but her brother hearing
her cries rushed into the house and
John soon after left. Ills Honor
said John might have been charged
with a very serious offense, but the
piosecution had thought fltto charge
him with only assault and battery.
Ho should give him the full sentence
the law allowed, six months' impri
sonment at hard labor. Ookini was
charged with refusing to maintain
his wife during the last six months.
The Court ordered him to maintain
and support her and not offend
A YOUNG AVHITE GIRL, to Jook
after a child two years old ; good
home to n good girl. Apply to
AVERY & PALMER,
70 lw No. CO Fort street.
THE quarterly meeting of the Pacific
Hardware Co. (Limited), will be
held at their office on Wednesday, July
22nd, at 10 o'clock a. m.
JA.S. G. SPENCER. Scc'y.
Honolulu. July loth, 1880. 72 lw
Mrs. J. Rodanet
W'ISIIES to Inform bur customers
that she is still at 01 Bcretania
Street, and will continue the dres.nink
Ing business there, at her usual low
rates. 01 tf
THE STOBE lately occupied by
Samuel Nott, in Campbell's Block,
on Fort Street. Applv to
L. A. THURSTON,
or B. P Dillingham.
Honolulu, Apiil 1,1885. U35 tf
Per FOREST QUEEN,
A largo invoice of tho Celebrated
ST. LOUIS LAGER BEER !
In Quarts and Pints,
For Salo in Lots to Suit at
F.A. Schaefer & Co
P..n linml nt r-ntlln an linilil
fut and flt for the butcher,
welL'hinc from COO to 700 lb,
head will be rc.uly for the
12 months, nnd the balance
arc good milch cows, heifers, yearlings,
ami calves, un reasonamo terms. Ap.
ply T. W. RAWLINS, Leleo.
ING to the hard times Dr. II.
Sneer, of Beretania bliect, will
for the next 25 days treat all diseases
within his specialty for one-third the
usual price. .Consultation and examin
ation free. 72 2w
SOME malicious person has circulated
a report, that tho Womllawn Daily
and Sloclc Company, luuc hien, or aro
now serving their customers with mills
which has been inn thiouh the Cream
Separator, or In other woids, telling
Bkim Milk for tho price and in place nt
nine milk. Wo oiler $100 reward for
information which will lead to the con.
vlctioit of the person who was the oil.
giuator of such report.
WOODLAWN DAIRY & STOCK CO.
G. ,T. AVAXO-iiaR, Proprietor.
Choioosl Meats from Finest Herds.
Families and Shipping
SUPPLIED ON SHORT NOTICE
and at tho
LowcnL jYlurlcot, Iriew.
All meats delivered from tills Market
aro thoroughly chilled Immediately after
kllliug by means of a BellColcnmn Pa
tent Dry Air Refrigerator. Meat so
treated retains all Its juicy properties,
and is Quauanthkuto Knur Lonokh
AKlKn DKLIVLUY TIIAX FHKBIII.Y-KII.Ir-KU
MUAT. 71 ly
or nml Oil Ilotol fell root.
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
California drapes, Peaches, Apricots Plums, Pear', Nectarines and Prunes. Alto,
Fresh Cain Salmon, do Shrimps, do CotllHi, do Clnms in Shell, and Rock Cod.
AImi, a few nice Red (tbb'igo, Swiss Clicc-c, Cream Cheese. Edam Cheese nnd
very mild Cala Family Cheese, Family Cnhi Corned Beef, Fresh Cain Roll Butter,
Kegs Family Butter.
ALSO, Vino Fat Smoked Salmon and dried Skip Jack nnd Baracuta for sale
cheap. A line lot of choice New Zealand Potatoes, just received and for sale very
cheap In quantities to suit.
ALSO, A full line of Fancy and Staple Groceries, just to hand per O. 3. S.
Co.'a steiimer Mnilposn.
By each ni rival of O, H. Jt, Co 'a stcameis, we recelvedKreu Cala Fruits, do
Fish, Oysters and Gamo on Ire.
Goods delivered free of rhnigc to all parts of Honolulu, and satisfaction
Telephone No. 210, Bolh Companies. P. O. Bo 207. (7fi2
In HrMl-diiKN immiici ami pi-ieoN to Kill! the 1 imew.
70 King St., adjoining Geo. W. Lincoln, Contractor & Builder. Cm
A WOMAN to do general housework
In a family. A comfortable home
and suitable wages promised. Apply at
this office. 02 tf
BY a Poilugucso man, a situation as
cuuchmnti or to look after horse5,
or to do any kind of wmk. Applv at
M. A. Gon&alvcs & CO., 07 Hotel St."
rpiIE two story coral building occu
X pied by Chilian &, Co. as a Rico
Mill, possession given immediately. Ap
ply to CIIULAN & CO.
HAYING obtained the services of a
llrst-class Piano Tuner, wc wish
to inform the public that we aro able to
Tunc nnd Repair lianos at thort notice.
All orders left with us will be promptly
attended to, and all work warranted.
1032 ly WEST, DOW & CO.
IN KAPIOLANT PARK
COTTAGES TO LET,
OH WITHOUT BO Alt D.
ditful sea bathinir. DoddV
'bus&os run to the place when two or
more pastcngeis oiler. Applv to
PS-Telephone 02. , OS lm
COTTAGE TO LET.
A nice -1 room collage, within
le.isy icatiii of Honolulu, situ
ate at ivapnl.uua. Terms S-S.U
per mouth. Apply to
MItS. MARIA KING,
on the grounds or to A. J. Cartw light,
at his olllce. -40 if
rrMlAT veiy desirable and convenient
JL Fauily Residence on Berelanln
Stiect, until lately occupied by F. S.
Pratt, E(., complete with otit.hnu-c,
stables, gardens and pisLtuc. Also, the
premises ociupicd atpicscut a-.al.iw
Olllce by John Rucll, Esq., centrally
located near the coiner of Fort nnd
Merchant Streets. For puitieulars, up.
ply either by letter or otherwise to
DR. STANGENWALD, MeichautHt.
21 Mm '
Kennedy & Co., Bankrupts
WF. 11EYNOLDS is now picp.trul
to oiler the stock of this estate
as it stands in the slore, No. 10!) Fori
Street. The net value of said stock was
carefully nsccrtnimd on the 1st day of
June. It was taken at such prices aS
were guided by a knowlelge of San
I: rancisco misinct. I no sales since
that dale arc carefully recorded and a
due allowance will be made from the
gross value of the stock. This is a good
oppoitunity for anyone desiring a good
business. Any information can be oh.
tallied by nnpljing at the stoic. Pro.
posals Jioulii be made before the 20th
of Julv. 72 lw
Central Park Skating Rink
Open Every Evening and "Wednes
day and Saturday Afternoons.
Music by the Band.
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Even
ings and on Wednesday
Friday, July 21 Owing to tho grand
success 01 tnu last Aiusijuciauc, nnu ny
rcmicbt or numerous purons 01 huh
popular llink, there will be given a
Grand Fancy Dtess Parade and Mnsipic.
rndo on Skates, w llh 5 handsome pil.es,
vl.: 10 will 1 0 glvui to the couple,
Lady and Oenlluinan characters wearlug
tho handsomest costumes; $5 for the
best sustained character, Lady or Gen.
tleinan, Boy or Girl; $5 for tho most
comical chaivtcler; ?5 for tho most ori
ginal, hairing advertisements; Pric,
pair Club Skatw, any make, to the Lady
wearing tho most ai tittle costume.
Any other th'iu got d deportment to
bar any ono from a prUc, tho judges to
bo U Ladles and 2 Gentlemen.
CK.THAlil.Vltli NICATIMi HIVK
1 mlSift$j)' "" ?!jl'ir
jukI "Wilson !MlLl:ei
BY a sober and reliable man, a sllua
lion as private or night watchman,
Addiess " W ", care PoH Olllce lUtx 1117.
Honolulu. 75 lit
JBL(5 to inform my ftiendsnml (us
turners that all orders can he sent In
mo by Bell Telephone No. 2!.
7 1 lw T. W. 1UWL1NS, Leleo.
J. A. DOWER,
Ship .Carpenter and Boat Builder.
TTAS on hand and for
JJL bucd boats, steam
stems and timbers, several hundred feet
chafing battens and one 75 feet flag
pole for sale cheap. Apply at the Enter,
prise Mill or Mutual Telephone 325.
Beef I Beef !
The cry best quality from
J. Campbell's Honouliuli Ranch.
Tho Cheapest in the Market.
Hop Cheng Comp'y,
No. 45 Maiinukcti Street.
Delivered (o any paxt of the Towu.
Yosemite Skating: Bilk.
Will be open every afternoon nnd even
ings as follows:
M0111I11.V, Weiliipwluj', Tluu-Mlny mid
To the public in general.
Turxilny ami J'rhlay KvcnlngM, nnU
AVoiliicHday anil Nntnrilny
For lndic3 and their escorts.
AMUSEMENTS '10 COME:
July 21 Polo between Yosemite? and
Alerts for pric.
21 Ham Hunt ; piiye.
25 Turkey Hunt, for naihcs.
28 Two milo llacc for prize.
:J1 Grand fancy diess masquer-
nde. lour prizes will be
given 0:10 for the lianiUoni.
est costume, one for the most
original one, one lor the
bci sustained character, and
one for tho most comical.
Fancy skaters must lookout for the
month of Augu-i.
Dancing euiy Friday evening from
il to 10. h
-MllIo ly tljo JtaiKl,
Kvmy TueMlny, Friduy and Saturday
Evening; also at tho Wednesday Ma.
tince. T. E. WALL, Manager.
The J:iiitubIo IAfe InMuranre
Society of the United
r.KTAllMHIIKlt IX IH51).
ISSUES Policies on tho most approved
plans, viz: Ordinary Life, Limited
Payments, Life Endowments; Tontine
Savings Fund, Tontines, Scmi.Tontlncs;
A. 1J. C. Tontines; Life and Bun Ivor,
thip Annuities; Children's Endowments,
Joint Lifo Risks, Partnership Itisuranco,
etc., etc., etc.
Policies both Incontestable and Non
Contested claims, none,
Beforo insuring elbowherc, cnll and
get au estimate.
It is calculated that every reasonable
wish of the insured is embodied in one
or inoru of thu plans.
For full particulars and pamphlets,
AI,i:X. J. OAltTWItHUIT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
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