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FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1885
Bgtnt! Consuelo fiom SI''
Scln- Catoilua from Wiilumiiiiln
Still- llnle.ikiila fiom PepecUo
VESSEfs LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Jap SS YamnshiioMuiii ffr .Tniiuii
Stun- Plniitui- for S V
Scln-Lthollho for Nawlllw III
SS Alnmeila, Moie
Bktnc Amelia, Now hall
Bgtno Consuelo, Cousins
nk Amy Tin nor, New ell
From San Francisco, per Consuelo,
July 2113 O Winston. Mis May Vmir
Inni, Mr mid Mis II 'W Collin, Victor
Ve, L' Shci l(l:ui.
The bgtuo Consuelo, C.ipt Cousins,
m lived this morning Hi days fiom San
Fianclseo. Slio lias u (leek load of hop;,
of -liluh lii2 sue shipped by 12 C Whi
Fton and consigned to MeChesnev ie
Son. 100 shipped by J Sessions to Cas
tle & Cooke, and 2 fioiu.T Ituck toll win
A; Co. She aUo biought S00 sks Hour,
750 ska hi .ui, COO sks bailcv, 230 sks
o.its. 123 bbls lime, 100 cs coal oil, 21,
000 liard biieks, 221,000 shingles, etc.
She is consigned to Castle & Cooke. She
liad fair winds and tine weather. She
is docked near the old custom hou-o
The Kinaii wlllanivo Sunday morn
ing. The stun-Planter will sail lo-nionow
morning at 0 o'clock, weather peiniit
ting. The Ivralanl will continue on the
Planter's loute, the Bishop on tlic Iw.a
lani's, and the .Tas Makco on the Bis
hop's and her own loute.
The Amelia lias finished dlschaiglng
her deck load and is now making fair
progress in the hold. She w ill sailiicxt
Messis G W Macfailane & Co will
ship by the schooner Ehukal on Mon
day next ome 00 odd tons of plant for
a sugar mill f or Mr llalstead at Waialua.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Lyons & Levuy announce a. sale
of liny at noon on Monday.
A coorc and a blacksmith, both
Portuguese, advertise for cmploy
IIavi hunt at Yosemile rink is
postponed from this to to-inonow
The Queen's Own will have a
street drill this evening, with guns
for the first time.
Notice has issued from the For
eign Ofllcc, acknowledging Mr. Put
nam as American Consul.
Anyone who would like to -get a
model roomer or boarder, or both
combined, see advertisement.
There were two members of the
Board of Education present at the
Fort Street School this morning.
Adams' regular cash sale to-day
was very well attended, and good
prices were obtained. Twenty sets
of harness wcic sold.
King- Leopold of Belgium lias re
plied, in an autograph letter of con
dolence, to King Kalakaua's letter
convcyiug the news of Queen Emma's
The Band will not play at Emma
Square to-morrow afternoon, but,
instead, will play on the wharf at
the depaitmc of the Japanese steamer
In the Supreme Court to-day the
time has been wholly occupied with
the consphacy case against Wong
lai Poon and hvo others. It was
approaching a close at two o'clock.
A gentlejian complains of a large
heap of maugocs festering in the
sun, on the roadside near the Ice
Works, Nuuanu Avenue. It emits
a disagreeable stench, and may scare
This morning His Majesty the
King entertained at bicakfast Mr.
Landiarez, Italian Charge d' Affaires
for Japan, the other guests being
Mr. F. A. Schaefer, Italian Consul
here, and Major
Purvis, II. M.'s
The Royal Baud
Complaint is made that bathers
frequent a stream at Palama which
forms tho source of domestic water
supply for many people in that
locality. It is a serious grievance
to them, and if there is any redress
for them in the health ordinances
they thould have it.
Accoiipino to the Nautical Ga
zette, tho second annual inspection
of the S. S. Mariposa, recently held,
levcaled a wear in the live main
journals and boxes, dining tho
vessel's twenty-live months' services,
of only about two thicknesses of let
ter paper. The steamer has never
had a dollur expended on her engine
or boilets sinco she left the builder's
yard in Philadelphia.
CENTitALPark link is elaborately
decorated for tho masquerade to
night, and arrangements have been
perfected for making the event an
even more (successful one than the
first. No less than five handsome
prizes are offered for excellence in
as many pattieiilars, set forth in (lie
adveitiscment in this paper. Doubt
less tiierc will be n great crush, but
the manager will bo prepared to
make spectators as' comfortable us
Just received a well selected stock
of fresh ai lists' materials, direct. from
Winsor& Newton, London, per liaik
Oiiente. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Sheet. 78 lit
Ir you want n nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
1 .' Nuuanu street. 1)80. tf .
The Springfield Republican of
July 3rd says the new schooner
yacht "Brunhildc," 110 tons, owned
by John J. Phelps, of Englewood,
N. J., son of Wm. Walter Phelps,
sailed that week from New London,
Conn., for a trip around the world.
She will be gone two years and call
at the Hawaiian Islands during the
voyage. She lias five classmates, of
Yale '83, of Mr. Phelps as compan
ions. Eleven men compose the
crew, including Cant. Laricre and
Evans, sailing master.
A SPLENDID RECEPTION.
A general response was made to
the numerous invitations to attend
the reception given last night by
His Excellency W. M. Gibson, Min
ister of Foreign Affairs, at his resi
dence, in honor of Mr. Inouye,
Special Commissioner of the Emperor
of Japan. At the hour announced,
eight o'clock, a regular stream of
ladies and gentlemen began to pour
in and continued for a considerable
time after, until the reception rooms,
verandahs, and surrounding grounds
became one mass of animation. All
classes and sections of the commu
nity were represented, from the bead
of the nation, His Majesty the King,
down a harmonious blending of
ollicials and people with the repre
sentatives of many nationalities.
The ornamentations and decorations
within and without the buildings,
combined with the surrounding
beauty of tropical luxuriance,made an
indescribably charming picture. The
arrangements for the comfort and
enjoyment of the large company
left nothing wanting. Best of all,
there was an entire absence of stiff
ness, which on similar occasions fre
quently mars the pleasure of many
people, and everybody felt easy,
happy, and joyous. Everything
conspired to render the whole affair
a most complete success, and the
Minister of Foreign Affairs has
every reason to feel entire satisfac
tion with the result.
Y. M. C. A.
The free entertainment by the
members and ffiends of the Y. M.
C. A. last evening was one of very
high meiit. Solos wcic given by
Mis. Judd and Mrs. Cruzan, duets
by Messis. May and Walker, and
Messrs. Davics and Yarndlcy, a trio
by Mr. and Misses Von Holt, a
quaitcttc by Messrs. May, Davics,
Walker and Yarndlcy, and a violin
solo by Mr. Yarndlcy. Excellent
selections were icad by Mrs. Dole,
Mr. J. F. Brown, and Mr. A. P.
Peterson. Mr. Myrom Jones was
piano accompanist. The audience,
though not so large pei haps as free
ice, cieam might command, was by
no means "slim." These entertain
ments, as Secrctaiy Fuller stated,
at the close, arc gotten up by the
best talent of all the churches in the
city; and are intended to furnish
counter attractions to resorts of
demoralizing influences, for the
young men of Honolulu. To all
who appreciate first-class music,
vocal or instrumental, and literary
matter of the best quality in wit,
wisdom and sentiment, the Y. M.
C.A. has, with these entertainments,
so far succeeded in affording com
ROYAL SCHOOL EXHIBITION.
Below is a continuation from yes
tci day's issue of the rcpoit of the
above event. Prizes were awarded
tho boys who had won them by gen
eral proficiency in the studies of the
year, and by high marks ou tho
wtitten examinations of tho past
week. Tho King's medal was won
by Jas. N. K. Kcola and S. L. Kc
kumano. His Majesty tho King
took the platform and invested Keku
mano with this year's medal, Kcola
being already the weaier of tho
King's medal of last year.
His Majesty delivered the other
piizes to the winners, who were: T.
B. Lyons, J. II. Bolster, Wm. Kino,
V, Fernandez and G. Rosa.
Pi izes, for maps of the Hawaiian
Islands, and Europe, were awarded
S. L. Kckumano ; and for the best
drawings, W. F. Kaiu and T. B.
Tho prizes for l collations were
adjudged by the audience to Vincent
Fernandez, S. Kalakiela, and Kele
koraa Haui. Specimens of maps
and drawings by the pupils were
shown on the walls of the room, and
elicited expression of unqualified
admiration, fiom persons competent
to pronounce upon that branch of
FORT STREET SCHOOL.
A crowded audience attended tho
exhibition of Fort Street School
this morning. An assembly, more
select and cosmopolitan in its make
up, could not, probably, bo attracted
to n school exhibition in any other
city of similar extent, in the world.
Europeans, Americans and Polyne
sians occupied the scats, and faces
of every shade of complexion filled
the open doors and windows. Among
the spectators there were His Ma
jesty tho King, attended by his
Vice-Chamberlain ; tho Honorable
Chief Justice; Their Excellencies
the Minister of Foreign Affairs and
President of the Board of Educa
tion, and the Attorney General ; tho
Auditor General, also a member of
the Board of Education ; the In
spector General of Schools; His
Imperial Japanese Majesty's Com
missioner ; the Hawaiian Consul to
Japan; Rev. C. M. Hyde, Mr.
Atkinson, etc., etc. The pupils'
performances were all excellent,
and were evidently received with
perfect satisfaction by the specta
tors, as was manifested in the fre
quent outbursts of rapturous ap
plause with which thoy were greeted.
The walls of the loom were taste
fully decorated with palm leaves,
and also with the products of the
artistic skill of the drawing classes.
Portraits and profiles of the human
face divine, with drawings of ele
phants and lesser specimens of the
animal kingdom, were hung round
in considerable numbers. Songs,
dialogues and recitations were given
in fine style. The exercises, in de
tail, were according to the following
Song The Hoses School
Recitation The Little Hcio..R. Dexter
Song I'll Paddle my own Canoe. School
Recitation Destiny . ..Maggie Mossman
Song Parting Son" School
Recitation The School Boy's Com
position R. Mooie
Piano Duet (2) The Chatelaine Waltz
II. Blown and O. Slutaio
Song (2) Come w 1th me
M. Lishman and II Waul
f A Dear Little Goose
Pieces (2)- M. Dower
Ulowlt Begai G.Scott
Song Ahl Wcla School
Recitation The Bi ler Rose
..I. Dower, .T. McGowan & B. AVeight
Song AVidowDnim W. Bcrger
Composition Land Shells. . W.Baldw In
f Music on the .Waves
Songs The Mermaid's Song Girls
(.The Magician Boys
Song Hail to the New Year. . . .School
Recitation The Farmer who become
. .Dium Major. .M. King & 13. Dexter
Recitation The Wahus and the Car
penter A. Neumann
Song The Light House School
Recitation Hamlet, Act 3. Scene 3...
. .AV. Coney, L. Nott & J. M. Camara
His Excellency W. M. Gibson
and the Inspector-General of Schools
addressed the school in a few re
maiks congratulating the pupils on
the success of their woik during the
year, after which the pupils to whom
prizes had been awaulcd, came for
ward and received their prizes from
the hands of His Majesty the King,
and returned severally to their places,
through storms of applause fiom
the assembly. The principal piizes
weic given by the President of the
Board of Education and the Inspector-General
of schools, and weic for
proficiency in scholarship. To these
wetc added prizes by several teach
ers to pupils of their respective de
partments for various points of
merit. After the piizes were dis
posed of, the piocccdings closed
with Hawaii Ponoi.
The list or Prizes will appear
Fiuday, July 24th.
Ah Lee, remanded from yester
daj', pleaded guilty to embezzle
ment, and was sentenced to im
prisonment at hard labor for four
months and to pay S3 costs. The
same culprit pleaded not guilty to
having opium in possession. Four
witnesses, however, established his
guilt, and he was sentenced to pay
a fine of 875 and suffer hard durance
on the reef for two months. Costs
81.40. This is tho man reported
yesterday as having appropriated
tho money given him by his em
ployer to buy meat. The .opium
was discovered in, or just out of his
possession, at tho moment of his
arrest for embezzlement. James
Richardson forfeited bail of $G for
not taking enough prohibition in his
"Why, Mr. Fogg," urged the
landlady, "you are not eating any
thing. Come, now, try one of my
nice biscuits." "Thank you,
ma'am," replied Mr. Fogg, "but
when I was a child I was told never
to ask for anything I didn't see ou
tho table." Tho landlady remaiked
to the servant, after tea, that she
wondered what Mr. Fogg meant;
something hateful, she'd bo bound.
Teacher So you can't do a simple
sum in arithmetic. Now, let me ex
plain it to you. Supposo eight of
you have together 48 apples, 32
peaches and 10 melons, what will
each one of you get? "Cholerer
morgus!" replied Johnny Fizzlctop,
who is addicted to that malady.
"Pa, who was Shylock?" "Great
goodness, boy! You attend church
and Sunday school every week, and
don't know who Shylock was? Go
and read your bible, sir."
YOUH UXJfcjU H2HH
WHICH GOES INTO
Most of the Houses
C. BREWEE & GO.
Oder foiSalc, ai rived per
Bark Amy Turner,
Franklin Stove Coal In Casks,
yz bbls Crushed Sugar,
Cases Frucr's Alo Circa1
do Hoe Handles
Bbls No 1 Rosin,
Cases Wheel banows,
y, bbls Wilmington Tar,
Bales Navy Oakum,
Cases Ex Laid Oil,
Grindstones, Iron Safes,
Bbls Dairy Salt,
Bbls Cement, 1?( and 2 in" 0.Hovyh,
Cases Axe and Pick Handles,'
Bbls Ex Prime Pork,
Cumberland Coal In bulk,
Oak Lumber, Whiiu Wood Lumber,
Walnut Lumber, Ash Lumber,
Eastern Wliitu Pino Lumber,
Cases Tinned Tomatoes,
Eleotrio & Downor's Kerosene Oil,
Ketchup and Codfish Balls,
Cases Clam Chowder,
Fish Chowder and Gherkins,
Cases Sausage Meat,
Cases Huckin's Tomato Boup,
Cases "' Mock Turtle Soup,
Cuscs " Ox Tail Soup,
Buckets, Lime Wash Boards,
Cases Uiairs, uouon waste,
Cases Yellow Metal Sheathing,
ec's Ye ow M. Sheathing JM
Bids Twine, Bales Duck,
Hidu Poison, Liiibccd Oil,
Cases Brown Soap,
yt bbls Mtneiid Paint,
Book CascH, Assorted,
Extension Top Carriages,
Cases Curled Hulr,
Drums of Caustic Smla.
2U 2 m
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
U7 mill H Hotel Htrout.
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
California Grapes, Pcachc, Apricots, Plums, Pear, Nectarines and Prunes. Also,
Fresh Gala Salmon, do Shrimp, do Codllsli, do Clams in Shell, and Bock Cod.
Also, a few nire Ited Cihhigc, Swis Cliec-e, Cream Cheese. Edam Cheese and
very mild Call Family Clicre, Family Cala Coined Beef, Frrsh Cala Hoi I Butter,
Kegs Family Butter.
ALSO, 1'lnu F.il Sinol.cd Snltnon and dried Ski)) .lack and Bin acuta for sale
cheap. A line lot of choice Ni w Zeilaml Potatoes, Jii't received and for sale very
cheap in quantities to milt.
ALSO, A full Hue or Fancy and Staple Gioeerles, just to hand per O. 9. S.
Co.'s fie unci Mailpnsn.
By e'ich airlval of O. S. K. Co M slc.uucr , we recelvcdlFrcsh On In Fruits, do
Fish, Oysteis and Unnio on Ice.
uoous iienvcreu nee oi citatgo to an
Telephone No. 210, Both Coinpiuilco.
Carriage sincl "Wag-on jMCalcex.
In HrHl-oluw-cmsumei' jiml prioow o Knit, 1 lie iimuH.
70 Iviug St., adjoining Geo. W. Lincoln, Contractor & Bulkier. Cm
BOY to woik at the Yoscmlte
Skating Kink. Apply at tho Hiuk.
tf T. E. WALL, Manai;or.
Mrs. J. Rodanet
"T71SIIE3 to inform her customers
V Hint she is still at 01 Berelania
Street, and will continue the dress.iunk.
lug businc-s there, at her usual low
latca. 111 tf
A YOUNG WHITE GIKL, to look
after a child tw o year old ; good
home to a good girl. Applv to
AVEltY & PA'LMEB,
70 lvv No. CO Fort sti eet.
COTTAGE FOIt KENT.
AF1VE.UOOMED COTTAGE, with
kitchen, bath, Mable and carriage
house ou 1he premises; convenient, U( ,1-
11011; rent, .'J0 per month. Applv to
AVEltY &. FALMEH,
No. GO Fort stmel.
ALL pcisons indebted tome aie res
pcellully lequeMul to selllo their
aeeounts bcfoie ttlst inst , as I propose
leaving for England, August ls,t. All
bills againtt mowill be paid on prosen.
tation. (71 2u) L. 1). KEHH.
Labor Saving M Soap.
WHAT ALL FAMILIES, HOTELS
Rind Laundries need. For sale at
W. E. lleirick'b chop, Bethel sticU. bv
77 lm WM. II. HUDDY
Now binding E Amy Turner,
150 Decrees ISO
Water White & Downer's Oil,
Best Oils for Family use.
Also a large vnricU of
FAftSCY GOODS I
Ev late airiv.ils.
70 J. T. Waturliouse. lvv
Per F01UT QUEEN,
A largo invoice of tho Celebrated
ST. LOUIS LAGER BEER !
In Quaits and Pints,
For Sao in Lois to Suit at
F.A. Schaefer & Co
READING ROOM ASSOCIATION.
npilIS INSTITUTION is located 011
JL the corner of Hotel and Alakea
streets, dbectly oppositu the building of
the Y. M. C. A., mid is open uvciy day
nnu evening, oumrijs muium-u.
The Heading Hooni is supplied with
nil the local journals, as well as m-aily
llftyof the leading foreign paper.s and
The Cii dilating Lihiary consists of
over :i,000 voltimcb, anil is constantly
Tho Hefcrenco Librniy (ontnlns a
valuable line of cyclopedias, diction,
aries, and woiksof u similar UumiGtcr.
A handsome parlor is piovided for
cnDVLrbiitioii and games.
Tho Ciiculating IKpailinenl Is nlosul
Terms of incmbriblilp Signing thu
toll 11111I paying tho icgulai dues, llfty
eenlb a month, (pmitetly hi advance.
Stiaugeis fiom foicign (ouutiios ami
vlsitom from oilier inlands niu welcome
to the 100ms at all times, but as tho
Accnrltlt1m line III, nHliM riMrillilr IIICIIMH
of support u.vcept the dues of meiiibeis,
it Is expected t hut residents of Honolulu
who desire 10 avail themselves of Its
privileges, and all who fml mi interest
hi maintaining an institution of this
kind in our community, will join tho
Association and pay tho regular dues.
H. B. DOLE President
M. M, SCOTT Vl( i!-President
II. A. PAHMHLEK Secrctaiy
A. L. SMITH Treasurer
O. T. BODOKHS, M. J)., Chairman Hall
ami Library Committee. 77 If
parts oi nonoiuiu, ami saiisjacuon
P. O. Box 297.
THOSE desirable pi cm uses on .11 He.
l elan la Street, between Fort iid
Nuii.iuu Streets, the house contains p-u-I01,
!!a bedrooms, dining room, kitchen,
bath ai'd store rooms. Alo, 11 detached
cottage, containing !t large airy bed.
rooms. Inipiiic on the premises.
Yoinlti Stating' Hit
Will he open every afternoon ami even.
ings as follows:
nioiuln.v, AVi'ilncHituj. Thurmlny mid
To the public in general.
Tiu'silny ami I'rlriny r.M'iiiiiir. imtf
Wodiu'silny nml Natiirilay
For Indies and their escoils.
AMUSEMENTS TO COME:
July 21 11am Hunt ; prie.
Tuilicv Hunt, for natives.
28 Two mile Bace for pri.e.
Ill Grand fancy dress masquer,
ado. Foiir prizes will be
given one for the handsom
est costume, one for the most
original one, one for the
best sustained cbainctcr, and
a one for the most comical.
Fancy skatcis must lookout for the
month of August.
Dancing every Fridav evening from
0 to 1U.
ZVIuhIo ly llio-Jiunil,
Every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday
Evening; also at tho Wednesday Ma.
T. E. WALL, Manager.
Central Parle Mi Sink
Open Every Evening and Wednes
day and Saturday Afternoons.
Music by the Band.
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Even
ings and on Wednesday
Fiiday, July 21 Owing to thegiand
success of the last Masipici side, and by
request of numerous patrons of this
popular Kink, there will be given a
Urntid Fancy l)ies Parade and Masque,
radu ou Skates, with G handsome prizes,
vi.: 1J.10 will be given to the couple,
Lady and Gentleman characters wearing
the handsomest costumes; $5 for the
best sustained character, Lady or Gen
tleman, Boy or Girl; $5 for tho most
comical character; $5 for the most ori.
ginal, barring advertisements; Prize,
pair Club Skates, any make, lo tho Lady
wciilug tho most artistic costume.
Any other thuu good deportment to
bar any nnu from a prbc, the judges to
liu 0 Ladies and 2 Gentlemen.
CliXTJCAIi I'.VItK HKATIXU KIN' It
TIiu Equitable Life IiiHiiranro
Society of thu United
i:sT.viHiiHin:i ix iss.
JSSIJES Policies on thu most approved
plans, vi.; Ordinaiy Life, Llinilid
Payments, Life Endowments; Tontine
Savings Fund, Tontines, Seiui.Tontines;
A. 1!. C. Tontines; Elfc and Suivivor.
ship AiiuultlcH; Children's hmlowments,
Joint Lifo Hisks, Partiarnhip Insurance,
etc., etc., etc.
Policies both Incontestable nml Noil
Contcitcd claimt-, none.
Before insuring elhcwherc, call mid
get an estimate.
It Is calculated that every reasonable
wish of the insured is unbodied In one
or moro of the plans.
F01 full particulars and pamphlets,
Al.KX. J. OAltTWltKJIIT.
Uincral Agent for Hawaiian Jslnuds.