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SATURDAY, JULyTo, isSfi.'
Stun- Lchua from Knluilul
Stmr Jas T Dowsctt from Molokat
Stinr Walinanalo from Wj.lmniialo
Sehr Mmiuokauni from Knohu
July 25- DEIRES.
Stmr Planter for 9 F
Sehr Liholtho forXawlllwlli
VESSELS LEAVING OH MONDAY.
Stmr Lchuu for Kalinlnl
Stmr Jas I Dowsett for Molokal
Sehr Mantiokawal for Koolan
So ir Sarah & Eliza for Koolau
SchrKobltoy for Koolau
Schi Rainbow for Koolau
Schr Catering for AValuianalo
S S Alameda, Morse
Hktne Amelia, Xcw hall
Bgtuo Consiielo, Cousins
Ilk-Amy Turner, Xcwell
Bk Forto, Florcnas
I5k Fprest Queen,
'".'"'"JI'PM-I'eliua, July 25
II P Baldwin, Cnirt Wilbur, .TICalama
and wife, E 11 Claik, J A Dlas, Bro
rTnV'l M CLambeilain and son,' .Mrs
no dtck " l1'1' 4 P,,so"eand
The sailing of the Jap S S Yamashiro
Maru has been postponed until Thurs
day next at 4 i sr.
Sehr Manuokawal brought 1,000 bas
of rice and 200 bags of ileS-brali.
Stmr Lehua brought am ba"--s of
The stmr Planter wiled lids morning
for ban Francisco with over 1,000 ba-'s
of sugar and SO bunches of bananas.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS,
Good chance for a reliable book
Ham: hunt at the loseniitc skatiin
Honolulu Rifles have a special
drill this evening.
Fouit transgressors arrived in
bonds by the steamer Lchua from
Lyons & Lnvr.Y have a special
sale, Monday, of grocery and provi
A DKscmi'TioN of a colossal farm
on the Gulf of Mexico, appears on
the fourth page.
Tins afternoon the Honolulus and
the Married Men tty conclusions on
the diamond field at Makiki.
Any smoker who cannot be suited
to his taste at Noltc's, will just have
to start a cigar factory in his own
In consequence of the Japanese
steamer not leaving this afternoon,
the band will nlay, as usual, at
An immense variety of useful and
fancy goods will begin to be auction
ed off at the Hawaiian Bazar this
evening. There is bound to be bar
gains. " General regret will be felt that
the postponement of departure of
the S. S. Yamashiro Mam, until
Thursday next, mentioned in the
shipping news, is due to the illness
of Mrs. Inouye, wife of the Japanese
o . .
This morning in the Police Court
Kaltia (w.') pleaded guilty to being
a common nuisance by permitting a'
ferocious and dangerous dog to go
abroad. She was fined S4 and 3
costs. The f. and d. d. was all that
stood in the way of His Honor win
ning the white gloves due for a clean
A very small mail was sent by the
Planter to San Francisco to-day.
Postmaster-General 'Whitney was
advised by the agents of the boat
that she would be likely from ten to
fifteen days on tho passage. Conse
, quently he only had despatched such
mail matter as was specially marked
for the Planter.
A carriage sharply turning the
corner of Fort and Hotel streets, this
noon, nearly knocked a man down.
It is a common occurrence for
drivers to encroach upon the side
walks in getting round corners. A
few examples of such cases in the
Police Court might save limbs if not
Two new pictures by Jules Tavcr
nier will be on exhibition at King
Hros.' picture store, Hotel street,
this evening- from seven o'clock.
They are a viow of the new lako of
fire by moonlight, and a birdseyo
view of the crater from the end of
the trail at daybreak. Their merits
are highly praised by persons who
have seen them in the studio.
AYr. have a good stock of
ebony and walnut polo cornices, at
low prices. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 81 at
If you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuauu street. 980. tf.
MASQUERADE AT CENTRAL PARK.
Tho masquorado at tho Central
l'ark Skating Rink last night was at
tended by about 500 persons. There
were about 30 masqucradcra in cos
tume on the floor, tho majority of
which were boys who represented no
character. The principal partici
pants received prizes. At about !)
o'clock all unmasked except the
winners of the first prize. They
would tell neither their names nor
the characters they represented.
There were many conjectures as to
whom they were, but no one was
positive. After tho unmasking Mr.
Smith, tho manager, invited every
one to skate but no one cared to,
and many went away disappointed
with the evening's affair. The
building was nicely decorated with
evergreens and lanterns, and tho
seating accommodation was all that
could be desired. Three ladies, as
sisted by Messrs. G. Macfarlane and
Hastings, acted as judges. Follow
ing a list of prize-winners:
First prize The handsomest cos
tume: Blue and Stars two ladies
acting as lady and gent both un
known. Second prize Best sustained cha
racter: Man and wife, "Hard
Times 'Jas. Love and AV. Lucas.
Third prize Most original : Polar
costume, made of paper J. A. Gon
salves. Fourth prize Most comical : Po
lar costume, made of paper Maria
I' lfth prize Most artistic :
Queen of Scots Molly Bush.
ST. LOUIS G0LLECE.
The St. Louis College annual ex
aminations commenced on Monday
last, and continued over the three
following days.. Beginning at the
lowest grade, each day rose a step
higher. The Brothers in charge
conducted the examinations in pres
ence of a numerous attendance of
interested spectators. Thursday was
devoted to the upper grade a large
class of bright, intelligent, capable
boys. They passed through a
thorough drill in reading, spelling,
grammar, oral and written arith
metic, geography, book-keeping,
algebra, and physiology, with un
qualified credit to themselves and
their tutors. Yesterday came the
closing exercises. By three o'clock
p. in., the hour advertised for tho
exercises to begin, the gathering on
the college grounds could not havo
been much below two thousand
people. Thc proceedings opened
with musie by the St. Louis Brass
Band, composed of a number of the
school boys,jand an exhibition in
gymnastics. 'The military drill oc
cupied about an hour. The boys,
armed with rifles and bayonets,
were put through the regulation
routine of facings, marches and coun
ter-marches; all the movements
being executed with wonderful pre
cision. Even tho diminutive young
soldiers in the company marched
and faced with an erect and proud
martial bearing, as if the defences
of -the nation depended on their little
shoulders alone. The military drill
was witnessed by His Majesty the
King, who was present attended by
Colonel Purvis, Vice-Chamberlain.
His Majesty expressed himself well
pleased with the character of the
exercises. At the close of the mili
tary evolutions, the programme,
given below, was gone throughjin a
large hall erected on the grounds
for use on public occasions. The
way the seats in that hall were in
stantaneously filled was one of thc
finest feats of getting into an audi
ence room ever performed by a
crowd. The process was like the
swarming of a dozen bee hives. A
polite and cordial invitation was at
once extended by Father Leonoro
to the multitude "to go out." The
invitation was complied with, and in
less than two minutes, there was
another 'fswarming;" this time,
however, his reverence had the audi
ence fixed in a more satisfactory
l'ltOURAMME l'AUT I.
St. Louis College Orchestra
Address E. Crawford
Chorus Come llise with the Lark
Calisthenics Dumbbells Juniors
Little Diamond March
College Junior Orchestra
Popgun's Trial by Jury
Foreman, E. Crawford; .Turois, F.
Bertclmann, J. Lloyd, Q. Cooper, II.
Cooper, A. llhodes, J. Thompson, O.
ltoo, O. Long, J. Leal, F. Weed and A.
Solo Friends of Mv Youth.. G. Cooper
Chorus Tho Village Bells.. .Col. Choir
Tho Peii AVallzcs.tSt. L. Col. Orchestra
Josh's Photograph (in three scenes.)
Josh J. Clark
Ills City Cousins Si"'!; J f,01
' iltobert G.Long
31 r. Camera, artist. . . . A. Fitzsimmons
Tulip Polka.. .College Junior Orchestra
Chorus Tho Echo College Choir
The Political Contest (Dlaloguo).
3Ir. Slowconio, orator I. Alu
3Ir. S. Sly, oratpr of tho Opposition..
Chorus Sleighing Glee.. College Choir
Dlstilbutloii of Premiums.
Semi-Chorus Laughing Hound
Select College Choir
Mai eh KadetzLy. , . .College Orchestra
Tho exhibition was, generally
speaking, the self-evident result of
systematic and patient persevering
drill. Tho dramatis personnae were
selected with a masterly adaptation of
the right person to the right place,
Evory boy seemed to have been as.
signed his part as if ho had drop
ped into it by "natural selec
tion." Tho actors being thus judi
ciously selected, and thoroughly pre
pared, it followed, according to tho
eternal fitness of things, that every
performance was satisfactorily ex
ecuted. 'The music department is worked
up to a high standard. Besides be
ing superior in quality, it is exten
sive in variety and abundant in
quantity. It would be difficult for
a connoisseur to decide whether the
palm should be given to the vocal or
instrumental music. The Junior
Orchestra is composed of six violin
ists, with flute, cornet and bass, ono
member to each. Tho overture was
really a delightful series of harmo
nics. Crawford's address consisted
of remarks appropriate to the occa
sion, inviting tho attention of tho
audience especially to the evidences
of artistic skill displayed in the
drawings on the walls. The show
of calisthenics was intensely inter
esting as well as amusing. A class
of some forty boys, on the stage,
went through an infinitesimal variety
of motions with dumb-bells, and all
witn military precision, and were
deservedly rewarded with tremen
dous applause. Tho trial by jury
was dramatised with capital effect.
Crawford ably personated the dig
nified foreman, while the jurors in
all tho varieties of character that can
be conceived possible among twelve
men were represented to perfection.
Little Geo. Cooper sang "Friends
of my Youth" in a clear ringing
voice, and with exquisite expression.
"Josh's Photograph" was acted out
in perfect detail, even to the taking
of the negative., J "The Echo" was
unquestionably a masterly feat in
musical art. The College Choir,
consisting of about sixty boys, sang
on the stage, and at the close of
every stanza the reaf echoes could
bo heard distinctly sounding, in
beautiful cadences, from the out
side of the building. In the politi
cal contest, persons who have at
tended political meetings, had scenes
from real life vividly reproduced,
and those who have never attended
meetings of ward politicians, had be
fore them, on this occasion, a very
well drawn picture of the same. The
"Sleighing Glee" chorus was sung
as well as if the little fellows knew
what a sleigh ride means, and could
be appreciated its full extent only
by those of the spectators who have
been transplanted from northern
homes. After this came the distri
bution of premiums of which the list
will be found below, together with
the names of those adjudged special
ly worthy of honorable mention.
l'llIZEb AND AWARDS OP MERIT.
The following boarders were
awarded premiums in order of merit
for general good conduct and appli
cation to studies, taking rank as
named : John Aiu, Tim. James, T.
James, J. Holt, Ah Pay, II. Kana
keawe, S. Apiki, Keola, V. Spencer,
A. Fitzsimmons, E. Lcgros, G.
Long, II. Mahiaa, E. Legros, Chas.
Rose, J. Legros, B. Meyer, Win.
Legros, J. Duncan.
J Music First, J. Lloyd ; second,
Drawing First, Jas. Timothy ;
second, Ah Pay.
Gymnastics First, Charles Rose ;
second, G. Cooper ; third, Kimo.
General satisfaction and good
conduct, in the order named : John
Aiu, Thompson, J. Clark, Eli Craw
ford, Sam. Strong, Jas. Lloyd. A.
Fitzsimmons, Solomon, AV. Hoapili,
F. "Weed, II. Cooper, A. Fernandez,
Timothy, F. Bertleman, P. Kanaina,
S. Opiki, E. Lazarus, Eli Lazarus,
C. Long, D. Hoapili, Kooraana.
Religion First, J. Aiu; second,
Koomana; distinguished, J. Lloyd.
Spelling and orthography First,
James Lloyd; second, Thomson;
distinguished, Eli Crawford and J.
Grammar and Composition First,
J. Lloyd ; second, A. Fitzsimmons ;
distinguished, Thompson and John
Mathematics First, John Aiu ;
second, A. Fitzsimmons; distin
Reading First, Eli Crawford;
second, J. Clark; distinguished,
Book-keeping First, A. Fitzsim
mons; second, Eli Crawford; dis
tinguished, J. Aiu and Thompson.
Penmanship First, Eli Crawford ;
second, Menry Mnhiai ; distinguish
ed, P. Kanaina and Richard.
Geography First, Thompson ;
second, II. Cooper; distinguished,
Good conduct and general satis
faction in tho order named V.
Spencer, James Holt, Ah Pay, Levi
Mahiai, P. Kanaina, J. Ilao, Her
man Kaouli, M, Rose, M, Josiali,
Kekohena, Pitero, II. Kanakewe,
B. Kaluna, C. Rose, John Legros,
G. Long, J. Fcrreira, S, Aiwohi, J,
Leal, Rebello, G. Sea, II. McChes
noy, Hart, Kaaltikai, AValiincalio.
Arithmetic First, II. McChes
ney; second, Levi Muhiai.
Reading First, M.Rose; second,
Spelling and Orthography First,
u. flianiai; second, M, Josiau.
Grammar Flrst, V. Snenoer ! ae
cond, J. Holt and M. Rose.
Geography First, Kckchcnc ; se
cond, Ah Pay-
Penmanship First, Kaahunalii ;
second, James Holt.
General satisfaction and good
conduct in the order named Keola,
Leialoha, Migel, Myer, Kluoinanii,
Bosh, Kaile, Ernest Legros, Ilai,
Houghtailing, Aug. Vicrra, Crow
der, Naluai, J. Duncan, C. Holt,
Komeolaui, Onaona, Kclimahiai,
Richard, Eleakala, Manuel Anton,
Alph. Sylva, J. Fcary, AY. Hardy,
S. Enoka, C, Bartow.
Arithmetic First, Eleakala; se
cond, Aug. Vicrra.
Reading First, Migel ; second,
Spelling and Orthography Fiist,
Leialoha; second, McCorrislon.
Geography First, Migel ; second
Penmanship First, Ernest Le
gros ; second, AVm. Buckley.
General good conduct and appli
cation to studies in the order named :
C. Murray, M. Martin, Keawalau,
L. Arood, Kahuni, AY. Roy, Emil
Lcgros, J. Faria, C. Viora, Chas.
Hopkins, M. Leal, Kcliihaunaelc,
Iunawakila, Jacob Co3ta, Manlcy
Hopkins, Kaehu, Solomon Piinahclc,
Kepauhea, Chas. Kopua, Alapai,
David Knaukai, Kalaolaloa, Edward
Drew, Arm. Lcgro3, John Seabury,
Kalepuna, Joseph Duchalskj', Paka
luio, Malic, Joseph Aku, AY. Akana,
Pupils take prizes in the following
order: P. Costa, KimoMaliuo, Ed.
AVallcr, Thos. Lloyd, Fr. Drew,
Chapman, Jarrett, Houghtailing, G.
AArood, Gorreira, Makanuahoa, Zab
lan, G. Sylva, Kamakekaai, Kini
Keoki, Kolikoli, Pcpiano, A. Dun
can, McSvcza, Kaimi, Nuii, Makahi,
John Milton, L. Rich, Kcawcpo,
Kaona, Kcahi, Palui, Kcmi, John
Svcza, Maikai, Kclaulakaai, James
Faria, Bell, Olai, Kupanui, Maku
lina, D. Kaaina, Alexander, Kaahu
apa, AVainuhca, Manake, II Murray.
Pupils take prizes in the order
named: A. AValler, M. Andrade,
Palakiko, Joseph Luis, Voller, Ku
ana, Hccli, Maka, G. Milton, Kc
awe, Charles Mitchell, laka, Jos.
Aulo, Arm. Maka, Hermano, Ineke,
D. Paa, Timothy, Kini Paahau, Ma
kani, James AVcir, Oliver, Makalia
naloa, Maialuni, Akau, Brewster, C.
Costa, Paiaina, Lugan, Baker, C.
Mahoi, Grimm, AValter AVood.
The prizes being disposed of, the
climax of the exhibition, if it was
not all a scries of climaxes, was
reach in the "Laughing Round"
semi-chorus, and the "Radelzky"
march by the College Orchestra.
FORT STREET SCHOOL.
CONCLUDED FHOJI YESTERDAY'S ISSUE.
Mr. Scott's room, Hattie AArard.
Archie St. Clair, Oito Cintaro
(Japanese), Hattie Brown, AVillow
Baldwin, Fred. Peterson. For draw
ing, Geo. Huddy and Agnes AA'alkcr.
Mrs. Hendry's Room, William
AAraiamau, Ruby Dexter and "Willie
Miss Kinney's room, Ella AVaitc,
Maggie "White, William Paikuhi,
Anita Neumann and Annie Arard.
For drawing, Ida Dower.
Miss Arinter's room, Maggie Moss
mass, Leslie Scott, Loo Tso (Chi
nese), Lydiaj Roland and Mamie
Miss Needham's room, Lida Ca
mara, Sarah AVHliams, Fred Angus.
Inspector Baldwin presented Fred
Angus with an additional book for
so small a boy having won the prize.
Miss Mossman's room, Beunio
McCarthy, Julio King, Aka Sintaro
and Leslie Pctrie.
Tho trial of tho conspirac3' case
yesterday lcsultcd in a verdict of
guilty in a second degree, against
the three Chinese defendants. Their
pailucr in tho suit, a native Ha
waiian, was remanded to be tried
by a jury of his countrymen next
To-day the Court sat in Banco.
Exceptions woro argued in the cases
of Kckuke vs. Kellaa, and Yeo Tong
Sen et al., vs. Hec Ping et al. An
equity appeal in tho case of A.
Barnes et al., vs. AY. G. Irwin ct
al., was being heard this afternoon,
Down in Soracrvillo, Mass., they
spell Jerry with a G, but they can't
get around T for Tom.
It is too bad the British have let
go of Suukin. Most of the Yankee
nation were just getting a good hold
on the word "zar-cba."
A camel was made by naturo to
go ten days without water, but those
used by tho British in tho Soudan
wanted a drink every two hours.
The chap who stole a dollar scarf
pin in New York City and wont to
Sing Sing for fivo years, figures that
Ford, AVard will get a sentence of
OV una OO
NEW GOODS JUST
California Ornncs, Peaches, Apricot1",
iTchCnln biilniun, do Shrimps do
Also, a few nice Ked Cabbages Swiss Cliece, Cream Cheese. Edam Chcoso and
very nillil Cain l-'amlly Chouse, Family Cnln Corned Hecf, Fresh Cain Holl Mutter,
Kegs Family llutler.
ALSO, Fine Fat Smoked S.dmon and dried .Skip Jack and liaracuta for sale
chenp. A fine lot of choice New Zealand Potatoes, just received and for sale very
cheap in quantities to suit.
ALSO, A full Hue of Fancy and Staple Groceries, just to baud per O. 3. 3.
Co.'s steamer Mnnpon.
lly each arrival of O. S. 3. Co.'s steamers, we receivedlFrcBh Cola Fruits, do
V ish, Oysters and Oanio on Ice.
Good delivered free of charge to all pails of Honolulu, and satisfaction
Telephone No. 210, Holh Companies. P. O. liax 207. (702
In livsL-eltiNS lunnncr and prieeH to Htiit l.lie tlmcH.
70 Kins St., adjoining Geo. V. Lincoln, Contractor & Builder. 0m
150Y to work at the Yoscmito
Skiilim: Kink. Annlvnt the Kink.
"If T.K.AVALL, Manager.
SVars. J. Reclame!'
V thai she i
inform her customers
h still sit 01 Uerctnnia
btreet, and will toniimie the dressmak
ing busine-J3 there, at her usual low
laics. 01 tf
A YOUNG WHITE GIKL, to look
after a child two yoars.old ; j;ood
home to a good girl. Applv to
AVEHY & PALMEII,
70 lw No. 00 Fort street.
COTTAGE FOR KENT.
AF1VE-ROOMED COTTAGE, with
kitchen, bath; stable and carriage
house on tho premises; convenient loca
tion; rent, 25 per month. Apply to
AVERY & PAI,MEI',
70 lw Xo. COForthticet.
am Saving Soft Soup,
WHAT ALL FAMILIES. HOTELS
Band Laundries need. For sale at
AV. E. Hrrrlil.'- shop, liethel street, by
77 1m WM. II. HUDDY
Now landing En Amy Turner,
ISO Degrees IGO
Water Whito & Downer's Oil,
Rest Oils for Family use.
Also a large variety of
Ex late arrivals.
Saturday Rvcninir, .Icly ,'i.lil).
78 From 7 to 9 o'clock.
LYONS & Li:rEY, Auct'iv.
READING ROOM ASSOCIATION.
HnillS IN'STlWriOX is located on
J, tho corner ol Hotel ami Alake.i
streets, directly oppoilio the building of
Ihu y. M. O. A., and is open evniy day
and evening, Sunday included.
Thu Heading Uqom is supplied with
all the local jouinuls. us well as nearly
llftyof tho leading foreign papers and
Tho Calculating Library consists of
over !),000 volumes, and Is constantly
Tho Reference Llhiary contains a
va hi aid i! line of cyclopedias, diction
aries, and workB of u similar character,
A handsome parlor is provided for
conversation and games.
The Cli dilating Depaitment h closed
Terms of membership : Signing thu
roll uiul paying the regular dues, llfty
nnnlo n innnlli u t ft ftrl tr In nilimtini
o. , ' , . ! ' i
to the looms at all times. 1ml as tho
Association has no other regular means
of support oxoept tho dues of members,
it Is expected that residents of Honolulu
who (Ichiro to audi themselves of Its
privileges, uiiii mi wno uxi uu nueiuM
I., '!, tnlnllwr ! Imltlutlm, rif Il,1a
kimi in our community, will join tho
Association and pay the legular dues.
S. 11. DOLE , Picildent
M. M. SCOTT Vlud'ruslili nt
11. A. PAHMELKK Sccietaiy
A. L. SMITH., Treasurer
O. T. HODOEHS, M. I)., Ohaliiniin Hall
uuil Librury Committee. 17 tf
Lrrffi3tjM6B3y y"YJTBiirMFt' yin i. Tfc,?ryaBg?lZJS
RECEIVED ON ICE:
Plum's, Pears, Ncctnrlncs and Prunes.
Codflh, do Clnnm In Shell, and Hock
rpiIOSE desirable premises on SI He.
-L retanin Street, between Fort and
Nuiiiiiiu Streets, the bouse contain'; par
lor, 3 bedrooms, dining room, kitchen,
bath and store rooms. Also, a detached
cottage, containing :s large 'airy bed
room's. Inquire on the premises.
AVill be open every afternoon and even.
lags as follows:
."Hominy. Woilnemtny, TlutrHdny and
To the public in general.
TiicNitny and Friday livening, mid
WcdncHdny and Naturday
For ladies ami their escorts.
AMUSEMENTS TO COME:
July 21 Ham Hunt; prize.
au Turkey Hunt, for natives.
28 Two mile llaco for prize.
M Gr.md fancy dress masquer
ade. Four nrbes will he
given ono for the handsom
est costume, one for the most
original one, one lor the
best sustained character, and
one for the most comical.
Fancy skuter.s must look out for the
month of August.
Dancing ecry Friday evening fiom
0 to 10.
HtllHlO 1- t-li Itjunl,
Every Tuchday, Friday ond Saturday
Evening; alto at the Wednesday Ma
tinee. T. E. AVALL, Manager.
Open Every Evening and Wednes
day and Saturday Afternoons.
Music by the Band.
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Even
ings and on Wednesday
Tint i:iuitublc lilfe Insurance
Society of' the United
r.NTAlllilHIIi:i IX 1H50.
iSSUES Policies on the most approved
plans, viz: Ordinary Life, Limited
Payments, Llfo Endowments; Tontine
Savings Fund, Tontines, Bern i.Ton tines:
! A, H. C Tontines.; Life and Survivor!
ship Annuities; Children's Endowments,
Joint Llfo Hisks, Partnership Insurance,
i , .,. ,
policies both Iiironii.Mal.ln mul Nnn
foJfXahle luco,,-"n'o '"!
Contested claims, none.
, IJuforo insurlnt' rbnw!inrr. pull
t "tioru HlBUrillJ, OUOUSIOn, Cllll
not an estimate.
It is calculated that every seasonable
wlbh of thu insured Is embodied In ono
or mom of tho plans.
For full paiticulars and pamphlets,
AMIS, J. !AKTYVlt!;iIT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Yomiiito Skating iiiik.
Central Park SMian Rii
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