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MONDAY, MAY JO. 188'.
' gclir Miuiuokawid from Koolitu
' May li-
Stiur Kiiisiti from Windward Tottf
Stmr .fas Makeo from liaual
Stun- Iwalanl lioin Knuiii
Stmr Wnlmanalo from Wnhnanalli
.Schr Kiilamanu from Hawaii '
ijehr Canute fioin Hawaii
II It Al S lleioliH! for llumzkoii
II 15 M S Satellite for lluiiirknifo
ill; .Sonoma for ban I'.i-ani'im-o.
Slmr das .Makee for Waiauao &
.Simr Iwalatil for Kauai
.Slmr l.lkellke for Kiihiilul
Slinr Unwutt for l'nlii
Slmr .Mokolll for Molokul
.Sehr Luka for Uoholalele
Ki'ln- Wntiill fin- I'aulniii
Hi'lir Sarali & Kll.a for Kool!u
Kehr Hub Hoy for Koolan
Kehr Rainbow for Koolan
Sehr ICe An 1 lou for Hawaii
Sclir Mannokawai for lliinnlri
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
StiurW (i Hall for Wlmlwaul I'm Is at
!l ). ji. '
Wtnu-Kluait for Wlmlwaul Toils at !
,., VESSELS IN PORT,
ilk Slav of Devon. Moekct.s
ilktno Moruhur Star. Tinnier
Ilkltic Xolllo M Sladc, (.ionlil
Tern Lva, Iknian
Vrotn Kauai, per Ivfilaul. Mav 8 W
K Howell. .1 Hardy, HlOregory. II Mc
Intodi, 12 Chinese anil V;i dock pn
MMij;:r.. l'rom tlit- Colnuiili. pot Mnrlpo-:i,
May S Mrs I'ltnain.W 0 Compton. Mr
Ynit's, wife ami two ihililren, O I) Gove.
J) McLean anil 210 In Iran-It.
l-'nr San Kranol'eo. pi'r Mariposa,
May '.I Signer Kiiricn Oainpobello,
Ml May Spring -tad Mw .lor.in. Stee
rage I) Iiotltei-, wife anil ." ehildicii, .1
C (.iiiincoii, .1 C (yirviu. L F Hiigcns,
wife ami II children, !' Y.ilgiiuid, J M
Uiuj, U Kohl, .1 I'Vcver. M Sllvn. Mis
(iaml.a, O. ; Frelta-, .1 Xcill and :i
. From WimlViird Ports .May !i II O
Parker, .1 It' Jtulierlsini. Mls M A
Chamberlain, V Lyeiui, It K ilnl-tead.
.1 It Itunt'.n, AMdg.ite, K A I.yman, O
JC .Sllllr.iaii, wife and 'J children, Aplu,
a Ifi! mill :i:lilhv". ' -M Milling. K A
Hlelenborg, .1 V Knen. Mr.- Poohlwa,
W II Ciuuiiiingl Iti'V A O 1'nrbes JI
Tiirton, .Ir, V nihil and 102 duck.
CARGOES FfiAyS ISLAND PORTS.
Stun- Kiiiau .-.0!)
lugs of sugar, fl
ami SO packages of
horses In hid
ags of sugar, (iS
I'illl-I 111 114.11 till
l....-, ..i" -t
10 hairs of sin
.J..,.. . iiiiiii.lltllir ., f, a
Willi,' .1,1.1 M,il.. i. , O Ui)t llltn-4 tlf SHimi
Sehr Kiil.iumiiii l".'()'0 bags or sugar.
Solir Canute 2.300 hg- of Migar.
The schooner KnnW Claiidlna, ar
rived at IIllo, Hawaii. April IlOtli, lBi
dayifroin San Fi-niii-ui'ii. with -:eneral
iii('rel.'mll.e. IS mule k. I cow anil 70
ho iirouirir nii.'rM"
' .MM ... ....
ilion. Ultehcoek and
.. Hitchcoek, Haul
mi arrhed at llllo,
in and AlHwoil
Hawaii, .May Jt
I-'rancNco, with a
17 day? li-oiii ban
'iieral cargo. Cap-
I'hllilruii were pas-
iiinp-oii sailed from
with a full load of
tain Smith and 1
seiiL'er.- hv her
Tlie hark F.S. rl
siiiritr loi-nn jfrni
Iary AVIiikeluian is
i KraneNco for this
mil -all- for Kauai
l(i day.- out from t-
The .".ipamcv Tw
this i: n. at 5 o'cli
The steamer Do
It was thoroughly
d while on the
cleaned and pah
.Marine Jta lwav.
The hark Simon
failed tills day for
.:li;2 bags of Migar
. V.-ilni! 8M4.:iOO.
San Kranel-eo with
and 1,000 bags of r
. The i-leain-dilp
evening for han Ti
this port IO.fJiW 1
biinehes of b.inai
LrlpiiMi failed hift
l-i-i-o, taMiig lioni
. or sugar, i.-'uu
and l:i lulls of
Ithe report of the
the follow Imr i
n. .M.S. K. Mmln
, liaywaru. i-oni-
niaiuler, from Syi
y, via iitiL'Kiuiiii:
annua ironi yiuic,
fi:lS f. M. di'-ohar
Auckland, April 21
left on the 27lli at
off Tutuila. Samoa
' 1 i. ii.: h'lt a-Mln
prli i.'L'iHl, ami at
' pilot; arrlvcu at
lilt .". :;( l. M., and
DO l'. m.: f-tonned
Iroiip, Jlny l-l, at
t:io r. ii., lcacn-
ing Honolulu -Nhiy
LOCAL & GE
II.1UI. Ships Si
niorning for Hong
Missions will moot
.struiit church, at 2
c ut 2 -:to p. m.
lite anil Heroine
i) o'clock this
id of Foreign
o'clock. !n. having lost
aratiiH in the
the Count for
Tin: OliinoKe Xo
all' their printing :
lain liru, havu ellt
KiHtlor ami Mix.
wore uniti'il in niiirr
Huv. tin) Hisliop of (
.ling Mr. K.
by the Kiglil
r5..M. Decker and S
one i if McCarlliy'h ol
and ii ro going t opo
liilliaid saloon on Kai
Tiinollicers anil I
JJotbel Sunday Hchoi
i-i'sidunco of Mr. U.
Tuesilay oveniug, at 7
A i.atb Xuw Zealiii
the Uniui Coiiipany ih
lino Htoiui.jliii) hpcciall
tors of tbo
luet at the
iiilt for the
until horvio between
' (Jai'TAI.v Mcdiegorn
of the Triynipti'H boats
in the passage between
boll buoys, Kiiilay nil
Muniiokawai aliuoi ran
U that one
Tin: two new billiard taYilos and
one pool tiiile lately leoi'ivodby Mr.
0. J. McClA-tliy nru said to ibe the
Hucbt tal)lV that over cniuu hero,
Thoy nru btittidaiil mm, ami evun the
.logs mo co yutibtically tot us to ox
cito luUuiiatuui, ' :
Mil, O. M. Wliitn Iins! received tbo
priiicipiilflbip of tlie Kiipaii school,
Ivaiiai, vice Mr. IJnrr, u-xigncil. Mr.
White is n tcuchrr of seventeen
yetus' experience, has bail lately been
engaged tenipoinrilv on thu stall' of
the "Daily Tress."
A i.r.rrr.i' fioin Itobl.l.ove, iiiaiiagei
nf Woodyear's circus, ilaleil April
22nd, says they are at Hiisbaiio anil
are doing well. (!ii.co Ibe clown hap
left them. Mr. Love pays there will
be a troupe known as "Unit's Happy
Hours" in Honolulu, in the course
of n sleiiiner or two, fioin the Colonies.
II. IIasiii:, who left beiu on the
otii iinntmiy, by ihe .Muiaioa lor the
was one oi t lie
AuilbTs' Maleiials, l'laiites, 1'unels,
Rtietcbeis, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
111 os.' AH stoic. :i2()l!t.
Tin: Kitchen scene for tbo Myrtle
15u.it Club Hall is being painted by
(!eo. Slralcliieyei nil lluee huge
frames measuring I0.20 feet each.
Comi: and see my new Stelton
Hats in all shapes, .lust opened, u
line line of I'ar.-ols and Fans, which
I will sell at very low figures. Alto,
Silk Gloves and Mitts, in all shapes;
patent Leather Pumps (dancing
shoes) in lace and ties. The latest
styles of Millinery received by every
slcanier. lie sure and have a look n't
our moat exquisite evening Uonnets
in Opera l'ink, Lt. Mett'ch green,
myrllo green, tureois blue, lilac, an
tique, etc., at (21) Ciias. .1. FisiiKi,.
The Iloyul Hawaiian Hand will
play this evening at Knima .Square,
beginning at 7 :1I0. Following is the
Overture Light Cavalry
Selection Jerii-aleni . . .
Mcdlev Itage In London Itlvleie
Wall The S. ren- W'aldteiifel
I'olka liouiie llouehe Waldteilfel
ADMITTED TO THE BAR.
Hon. John Thomas Dare, late of
the State of California, this morning
Illed an application before the
Justices of the Supreme Court, for
a license to practice law in all the
courts of tlie Kingdom. Their
Honors upon examining his creden
tials from said State, and the appli
cant holding Jotters patent of deni
zation from His Majesty the King,
ordered that license issue theiefor
upon payment of the usual fee,
which being done, license was issued.
UTFfruHMENT TO COME.
The citizens of Honolulu will have
an opportunity to-morrow evening,
of spending a couple of hours with
tlie best poets and authors of Eng
lish Literature by hearing the re
citals of Professor Parker, who will
appear in the Y. M. C. A. hall, un
der the auspices of the Library and
licading lioom Association. As
the financial prolits of the entertain
ment go into the library and reading
loom funds, the public will also be
afforded the satisfaction of con
tributing to tlie maintenance of one
of the noblest institutions of the
city. That tlie J'rofessor's abilities
are of a high oilier is well attested
by the reviews of his entertainments
which appear in tlie leading papers
of New York, lloston, Chicago and
San Francisco. It is to be hoped
that there will be a large attendance.
dipt. McGregor, of the schooner
Mannokawai, reports strong trade
winds with frequent squalls at Koo
lan, during a portion of last week.
The wells recently put down at Laic
aru Mowing, but not abundantly,
and are therefore to be made deeper.
The rice crop is looking well, and
harvest will begin next week.
The wrecked steamer Planter is
broken to pieces, one half having
gone one way and the other half
another. Her how is embedded in
the coral and one blade of her pro
puller, projects above water. Her
boiler, which, it may be remembered,
was taken out, is now a shapeless
mass. With every high sea it rolls
shoreward for about fit) feet, and
ictufns with the same billow. Mr.
Gay, who purchased the wreck for
firewood, is gathering the pieces as
they drift ashore. The Iwalani suc
ceeded in getting the windlass and
smokestack, besides a few odd
AiutiVAi, ani nr.rATitTuiti:.
The Mariposa eamo to the wharf
about !) o'clock Saturday afternoon.
She brought six or eight passengeis
for Honolulu, and had on boaid
over 200 in transit, for the Coast,
among whom were Sir Anthony
Musgravc, ex-Governor of Queens
laud, and Mr. Service, ex-Premier of
the colony of Victoria. Most of the
passengers came ashore during
Saturday afternoon and evening and
Sunday, and took in the sights. A
great many visited the reeioation
grounds at Makiki, where the game
of cricket was In progress, Saturday
afternoon. Soveral parties drove to
tlio pali during Sunday, and out),
. . nidi ii v, it.iri iiiiu K'i llil tiii.'tiii
passengers mi Imaid the Muriputu, on
Saturday. lie was nrresteil yesteulay,
at the whaif for having left the King
dom at the above date, without n
parsporl, and lined ijTiO and $1 costs,
this morning in Ibe Police Courl.
!! j iimsny ipu
conipilscil of Sir A. Musginvo,
Cuptiiin Prilchott, General I'reeinnn
tlii,uul lion. J. Service, visited ami
inspected the jiiilnec. The puogen
gei.s in general seemcil extremely
jileascil with whnt they saw of Hono
lulu, its sui lounillngs, and its people.
Among oilier visitors of note from
tlie Colonics weie the Kcv. S. Me
l'nrlaiie, from New (Juincii; l!ev.
Oco. Brown, from New Hiitain, niul
Rev. W. If. Filehett, 11. A., presi
dent of a Indies' college, ntlluw-
thorne, Melbourne. Mr. MoFarlano I
was sent to New Caledonia some 2K
years ago by the London Missionary
Society, where he labored 1!) years,
and had, among other successes, es
tablished a native seminary. Tak
ing with him eight young men of his
own training, he went in 1871 to
start a mission in New Guinea,
where ho has laboied up to the time
of leaving on his present journey.
Mr. llrown has been laboring un
der the auspices of the Wosleyan
Mission of Australia in New Itiitain
.since 187o, at which time there was
not a while man on the island.
Tlie three gentlemen, having acci
dentally met Dr. Hyde, at the Post
ollice, Saturday, were taken in
charge by him and shown round the
city. Mr. Fitehett pleached in Fort
street Church Sunday morning, and
in the afternoon, .Messrs. McFarlaue
and Hrown addressed a meeting in
the Y. M. C. A. Hall, giving ac
counts of their experiences and do
ings among the cannibals.
A great crowd assembled at the
wharf to sec the steamer off last
evening. A very few were leaving
from here, but among the few were
Signor Campobcllo niul Miss May
Spring, who had many friends, made
during their brief visit to Honolulu,
to bill them adieu.
THE LEGISLATURE VISITS THE
At ten o clocK tins lorenoon a
steam launch towing two gigs from
II. II. M. S. Triumph came into
Hi ewer's dock to convey members
of the Legislature outside the reef
to 'hat noble ship. The following
members embarked on the train:
Noble Kaae and Representatives
Kaai, Fachaole, Kaukau, Wight,
Dickey, Kauhi, Kalua, Nali.-ilo,
Kauai, Richardson and Ltlikalani.
Mr. Nowlein, Scrgeant-at-Arins;
Mr. Pierce, Secretary, and Rev. J.
Wainmau, Chaplain, together witli
representatives of the daily papers,
were also passengers. Immediately
after this flotilla the Admiral's
launch, in charge of his aid, darted
out of the dock, having on board
His Majesty the King, Hon. C. II.
Judd, II. M. Chamberlain; Major
Wodehouse, II. 15. M. Commis
sioner; Mon. A. S. Cleghorn, and
Col. Hoyd, of II. M. staff. Hon.
S. Parker, Captain Haley and others
royal party" slinrt UI,B afl"r "'"
On the first boats approaching the
ship, a salute of sixteen guns was
llrcd, and the yards were manned.
The guests were received on board
by Admiral Seymour and his staff,
and the Admiral gave especial at
tention to showing the king over the
vessel during the party's stay on
hoard. Besides being shown tlie
guns great and small, tlio guests
were treated to exhibitions of gun
nery drill, lnanuel exercises, etc.,
and torpedoes were lircd off twice
at a Hag target several hundred yaids
from the vessel. Tlie curious cigar
shaped machine was shot out of the
muzzle of a gun used for that pur
pose, and diving down about a
fathom maintained a uniform depth
the entire passage. Propelled by
compressed air it Hew at perhaps
twenty knots past the target, and
then a bright chemical llame ami a
wreath of smoke showed a waiting
boat's crew where to lind and take it
in tow. The Hawaiian Hag was Hying
at the mainmast of the Triumph
in honor of the occasion, and the
boats carrying the diffeient detach
ments of the party Hew similar com
pliments. Admiral Seymour gave
the party a hospitable reception in
Following are the olllcers of the
Tiiuinph, which have not been given
previously hi this paper :
A'fiir-AiiiiniSv Michael Cilhne
Fluff Lieut, Frank A. Caiforth.
SicrtUury IMw.'inl liolihiMiii.
Cltrk la Snirlarv Charles It. Smith,
Charh-, F. Fetch.'
Commander Frauds C. I!. It. Simp
son. Lieutenants Fiederlek Illltehhl-on,
John (Jibbing, Algernon II. Anson,
Seott W. A. II. Cray, Thoma- II. Fisher.
Julian C. Hal-foul.
Sta Com. tieorge A. llroad.
Major Mar, Itobeit 15. Klrehhoffer.
Chaplain and Naval Instructor Itov.
Samuel S. O. MoriN, M. A.
Staj' Ay. 'J'liiniiiiH HoUter.
I'aymaster Henry J. Ray.
Cl'iief linffinterK.tVW'p 'Whlttillg.
Sab-Lieut l-h'iifst 11. Grafton.
Suiffeou Fieduilek II. Trevan, Rob
ert J.'l.aw'snii, M, II.
Assist.-Paymaster fleorge Whlteroft,
.las. (J. V.Tlialn.
Engineer Jo-dah P. 'Minimis, Arthur
Asiiit.-Jinffineer George C. Hath,
(.limner George II. Matthews.
HoatswainW illiam Marehant, Thin.
It. Axon, Jauie-i Smith.
Car', ner Jus. T. Hurry.
Midsliiimen Ldward Reeves. Lrnost
R. Hamilton, Henry W". Grant,. Mahoin
S. Pasley, William S. Liimheit, Robert
I), .leffieys, Altluir Halsev, Herbert A.
Naval Cad,l Filward A. lliilrd,
William II. Macdonald, Geo. A. Kirk,
Geo. K. It. Hand, William II, C, Car
vlefc. Assist. -Clerk Francis A. W, IX'n
iiKui, William J, L, Serlveu.
CAMPOBELLO FAREWELL COHnEST.
The fhrewell concert of the Cam
pobello company Inst Saturday night
in the Hawaiian Opera House was
given to a full house. The enthusi
asm excited in previous conceits
bubbled up afresh on this occasion,
and found vent in plaudits, eucoies,
and floral gifts.
Siguor Campobcllo sang two solos,
both of which weie heartily ap
plauded and encoied, the encores
beimr answered with bows. The
S!nno gentleman also look part in a
(i,It!l inill ., tr0j llis, dm so,10.,,s
voice ringing out in rich tones that
captivated the audience, and created
a wish, stiongly expressed, for
more. He was decorated during Ihe
evening with a magniliccnt wiealh
of natural (lowers, sent forward by
the hand of Mr. Wiseman ; as was
also Signor Lcneioni, whose singing
and approptiate gestures caused con
siderable amusement, and weie
loudly applauded. The artistic,
skilful, litushcd piano playing of
Mis-es Lulu, Pauline, anil lilise
Toraii tneiitcd the applause that was
so lavishly given. Miss May Spring's
pure, soft, sweet, unfaltering notes I
delighted the ears ami charmed the
inner nature of the auditors. "Home,
sweet home," fell sweetly on the
ear, and no doubt carried moio than
one listener many years back, and
thousands of miles away, as that
memory breathing song ever will.
Miss Pauline Joran was on the pro
gramme for one violin solo, which
she playeil so exquisitely that a re
turn was insisted upon. This pro
duced a second re-call, and this a
third ; and if she had continued to
obey the voice of the audience, she
might have kept on until mid-night.
All the young ladies were compli
mented with beautiful bouquets dur
ing the evening.
At the elose of the concert, Signor
Campobello, accompanied by the
entire lioupe, eamo to the fiont of
the stage, and delivered the follow
ing neat little speech: "Ladies
and Gentlemen: 1 feel it my duty to
come forward and thank Uiose ladies
and gentlemen who have been so
kind and generous to us during our
visit to this city. No doubt, had it
not been for the depression in com
mercial circles, due to thu calamitous
lire of a few weeks ago, we should
have seen more faces before us.
Neveithcless, the hospitality and
kindly feeling with which we have
been welcomed and treated cannot be
exceeded, and now that we make our
last and farewell bow to 3-011, we do
so with sincere thanks, mixed with
hope, perhaps a longing desire, that
we may greet you again on some
future day. We owe, and now ten
der, special thanks to the gentlemen
of the press for their kind apprecia
tion and favorable notice of our
humble efforts. Again, to all our
kind friends, thanks and farewell."
The audience applauded and dis
persed, pleased with the evening's
entertainment, and regretting that
the last opportunity of hearing these
- .. 1 ;;,lu i,,j .,ai.i'?l.
A very line entertainment was
given, on Friday evening, at the Y.
M. C. A. Hall, by the Gleaners, for
the benefit of the Kawaiahao Semi
nary. The Gleaners were greeted
with a full house. Among those
piesent were Her Royal Highness
the Princess Lilinokaiani, Messrs.
Vh Lee and Goo Kim, Chinese Com
mercial Agents, Mr. You (,'ha Shi, a
consul-elect, en route to join the
Chinese Fmbassy at Washington;
.Mr. Taro Ando, Consul for Japan;
and Mr. Nakayama, Japanese Agent.
The platform was handsomely de
corated and the wall draped with
Hags of various nationalities. Miss
Hopper had special charge of the
music, Mrs. J. Shaw of the refresh
ments, while Ihe general manage
ment was under the able and elll
cient direction of Mis. K. C. Oggel.
Tlie first number was a hymn en
titled " .Missionary Watchword,"
sung by the choir, after which an
address was read by Mrs. Hiram
liiiigham, followed by a iccitation,
" Only an Kaithen Vessel," by Miss
Hattio Neeilliam. The choir then
sang "The Field is the World,"
and the main feature of tlie enter
tainment was intioduced, consisting
of a series of character representa
tions of some of the nations of the
earth, by young ladies of the Glean
ers' Society, The performers were
attired in the costumes of the res
pective countries they represented,
each character being accompanied by
a descriptive recitation. Chiistian
ily was represented by .Miss Nellie
Lowry; India, by May Paly; Siatu,
by Mudgic Dickson; Lao-,, by Lottie
Parmelee; Japan, by Jane Hare;
Africa, by Lauritta Dickson; Syria,
by Pauahi Judd ami Minnie llrown;
Persia, by Miss Fuller; South Amer
ica', by May Atherton and Helen
Seveiance; North American Indi
ans, by Lillian Lyman and I Initio
Forbes; Mexico, by Alice Ronton;
China, by .Mary Kwce Shin ; Micro
nesia, by Martha Mahoo; and Ha
waii, by Sara. Kalei. The last three
named arc pupils of the Seminary,
being respectively a veritable
Chinese, South Sea Islander and
Hawaiian. The Chinese girl's recita
tion was given in a full toned ex
pression that rather astoitishod the
audience, and was loaded applauded.
Tlio South See Islander's elocution
was also remarkably good. The lit
tle Hawaiian had been elegantly
custiimed by Her Royal Highness
Lilinokaiani, and coming to the
front covered with leis, was loudly
cheered. Tbo number was well
rendered and received with enthus
iastic applaiibe. My this time, the
plalfotin presented a very ptetty
cosmopolitan scene, thu fouiteen
nationalities of girlhood resting,
home on chairs, some on foot and
others on the Hoor. The entertain?
nient closed with a tableau in mag
nesium lights, of all nations cluster
ed around the cross, 'i'he audience
were next invited to invest in ice
el-cam, down stairs, and a large
number responded, the tables being
well patronized. The receipts of
the wening amounted to S18..
THE (iniCXET MATCH.
mi; navai. rt.tn turmpiiant.
There was a large assemblage of
spectators at the .Makiki recreation
grounds on Saturday, to see the
cricket match between a team from
the three Rritisli men-of-war
Triumph, Heroine and Satellite
and a team hastily organized among
players vesident in this city. His
Majesty the King, Princess Lilino
kaiani ami Governor Dominis weie
among Ihe interested concourse.
Tlie men-of-war's men's play was
superior to that of the home team,
and they won. as will be seen by
the following scote, with a trium
phant majority of 11)0 to 7I:
II. II. 31. H.KI.T I'lltST I.NNl.SOs.
U. C. Hath, h. T. I. Milium H
I.leui. Gal-foid. b. T. 1.1-dimau 2J
uapr. Ko-e, e. 1. l.Miiuau, n. .1.
M.S. I "ailoy. h. T. LM11111111
Sub-Lieut. Grntlon. h- T. LMuuaii..
Lieut. Gin forth, b. T. Li-dumm
Sub-Lieut. Hrown, li.J. Lihmau...
11. A. Child, e. Wodehou-c, b. T.
Carvlek. b. T. LMiiiinu
.Rev. J. K. S. Mason, c. Levey, b
Slayter, not out
Hath. b. T. I. Milium HI
Giilsfoid. b. T. I. Milium VI
Ro-e. e. Cieiglitou. b. Mo-iuan "
Pa-lev. b. Whltnev 20
Graflou, b. Whltnev 0
Garforili, e. T. I.l-liman. h. Whitney li!
Itniwn. Ii. T. I. Milium 0
Child, e. and b.T. LM11111111 ',',
Carvlek. st. Woilehou-e S
Ma-011, not out 7
Slavter. e. Woilehoue. b. T. I.i-di-
IIe-, I; leg bye-, 1
noNoi.ri.r r. r. kiiist ix.niniss.
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THE PANAMA CANAL.
The following extract of a letter
from Count Ferdinand Do Lesseps
to .Mr. C. C. Moreno, published in
tlie National Jicnitilicmi, Wash
ington, I). C. April 12, 188G, shows
how sanguine the great Frenchman
is of ultimate success in his canal
scheme: "Wo know the efforts
which are made in the I'nitcd States
in the lobby of the two chambers of
Congress, and in ceitain newspapers,
by the opponents of our enterprise,
as well as by the defenders of tlie
rival projects, and we always had
for our rule of conduct to never
take notice of the attacks of the
kind that you sent to us.
Their violence and their origin
deprive them of any and all author
ity ; it would be giving them an im
portance which they have not if we
The canal is being dug at the
time the journalists are writing their
premises ; the facts and the result
are our best answer to all their
In a few days the delegates of the
chambers of commeice and of the
principal centers of business, who
have inspected the works of the
canal, will make known the result
of their investigation; the truth will
be said by competent and authorized
men ; our friends will have then in
their hands an arsenal which will
give them power when they judge it
necessary to refute all the hostilities
of the press and of the American
Spoilsmen say Ihe leasou football is
uol played hen; is that the climate is
Our local gunnel's are anxious to
hear Mr. O. Ii. Wilson's report on the
aetion of his new shotgun.
First-base on balls when crying
children drive their father into the
A base hit sinking a fellow when
A run home when ho lieaid tlio
' old man coining.
Hall ill tlie grand stand infant in
"Capital indoor spoil shooting
nios-quitoos with a icvolver."
Out on thu lly the fellow who
wanted to thiash tlio editor,
of the greatest variety, ami largest stork, always on hand, nt the lowest
piiecs, ntiil STRICTLY PI HL, can only be found at
F. HORN'S STEAM CANDY
The Finest and Richest Wedding GkesVM
In all sics. always on hand, anil ornamented in the highc-t f t vie of art, :
prices which eaimol be oiiipeied-with, at the'saute plare.
Uol Ii 'I'eh'pliones, T I.
800 to 1,000 rroil!-; oi
STABLE MANURE, in bulk or in bags"
to suit customers.
Pacific Navigation Company.
Poi, Mush, Hot Calces, Muffins, etc.
The Flour wo are at present supplying Is fur superior to nny previously offered,
and can he made Into
AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF PALATABLE DISHES
nt lex expense than any other farinaceous preparations.
Highlv recommended by pliy-dchin.s as an invaluable diet lor persons sillier
ing from disordered utomach or bowels, as well as a nnti illous food lor the healthy.
U'oi Ssile Vv sill G 1 'oe on .:.
DIRECTIONS FOR MARINO POL false the desired amount of llmir mid,
mix veiv llitn with cold wnt-r, lielnj; 1110 there are no lumps. Contine this in a
b.iK or cloth and place In 11 liettlo ot boiling water nod let It continue to boil 1S
10 y;i Hour.-', neeoruiuu 10 tpiaimiy uucii, can- ijuiug mm-n n- i- - 1 - 1
fonileil tin at the bottom of the kettle so us to pi event the e.oih trum buiiiuiB.
When done (while warm) Mir with a stout -poon. adding u Hue wale, until niu
...1...1.. t. .....II ...I...1 I ..1 ti.L. i.l.t.1 front
small iiuiilitlttcs, mixing thoioilghly and
obtained. Owing to its purity it takes
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King Street, : : : : Belwoen Fort and Alakea Streots.
Reus 1'amllv Ueef; kees niul half bhls. I'ig Pork; K-islern ltloek C -diish; bmol.ril
Halibut; Ox Toumies"; Luneli Tongues; Sniokul lieef; 11 mo 1 OhieKeii; Dupeo
Hams and Bacon;' Ocniline Maplu Syrup; Gala Stai Drips; JmlsIi .Ve. Ojli-Hiia
Molasses: Jams: Jellies; Honey, in glass and tins; o. 1 Hour; Wheal; .Mild
Chee-u; Uermea, and a
General Awliiiciil of Staple ml tey Groceries.:
Aiiitiilerareonirounturu) atf'iMoii and Pioinpl delivery.
t. o. cox li-rui.
li. F. Dll.l.IMIIIAM,
President ami Malinger.
Pacific Hardware Company x
Limited, Siu'eereoirN In llllllnliain V "o, mitt Nnmiiel Vnlt. i.,vjP "
-' i OOD
Freiii Sill Kerosene OIL 150
RecomniGnded by the New York Board of Underwriters.
P.O. BOX 315.
S. E. WISE
Heal Kstatc Accnt,
Wililei's Steamship Ajeiit,
Ureiit llurliugloii Hitllrnad ARent
A vory funny tiling hnppencd re
cently (s:ijs tlie liailie) at one of
the polling stations in u Lanarkshire
district. A voter, whose intellee
tual faculties were of tlie hazy
order, but who was deeply impressed
with the terribly moincntoiis and re
sponsible nature of the duty he had
to perform, remained so long behind
the curtains of the voting box that
the polling clerks began to fear some
thing had gone wrong with him. At
Ungth the curtain was drawn gently
aside, and he popped his head out,
and timidly and deferentially in
quired, " Mny I come oot noo'f"
A Now York girl selected n
socialist to marry because he loved
Heir Jlost. New Orleans Picayune.
a m:v iNvoien or
In Half Casks of 30 Gallons each.
Kormlo in lionil or Duly paid by
M.S. niCIMiAUM As Co.,
12 Queen Street, Honolulu, lm
Will be ilellvetid ilurlilg July and August.
Send ordi-rs to I lie
& TARO GO.
fW'o til Hi V llHUTA
t'heti add water III
kneading until the defied consist. n Is
from three to tour days to become acid 01
'riop!itn j v'vt:
I A-.. (T. SVKSCI.ll. 'A
tei 1 1 miy mid Treasurer.
IV 1 0-3 -TT "
a u u ij
XIoiioliilu, II. 1.
Cutoni House liroker,
Manager llawailaii Openi Home,
Klre and Life Jiininim e Aguil.
C. K. IILLERv-,
General Business & Purcliasin
H mm st. joiiaiiw
' '(4 i
My niO't faithful itieiitlon
gi('n fin tlio
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tlie losidents of the
!)!l several lklanilH nf Mil' gi-fi,, ., My
FINE COLUMBIA RIVER
Just received, per Zealan.
din, and lot .sale by
ADAJW As CO.. t
1 wk SI
fvl 1 1
Queen Stieet. , ' Dm ; M
- 4 tLJJ
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