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MONDAY, JUNE 28, "ifi8G
Schr I.cnhl f loin Kohaln
Schr Kawallanl fiom Kohaln
.Schr Ciitcilna fiom Hnnaloi
SclirMniy Foster fiom Knital
Schr Emma fiom Kunal
Slmr Klnau fiom Windward Ports
Stinrlwulnnl fiuin Kauat
Ilk Itijl fiom N'ewoaMlu, X S W
Stmr Klhiuea Ilou fiom Wludw
sunr .Mouoiii Hum jmiokni
SchrLul.n fiom Kuholulclo
Slmr Llkrlike for Kahulul
Stmr Dowsott for I'nl.i
Schr Kaiilkoaoull for ICohal.i
Schr J 0 Fold for San Kiaiiclseo
Schr Wuloll for I'nttkiiii
Schr Ehukal for Wal.ilua
Schr Walinalti for l.aupahoeboo
VESSELS LEAVING TQ-MORRpW.
Bk Hj-chn for Hongkong
Stmr Kiuau for lndwaid Ports
Stmrlwalanl for Kauai
Stmr Mol.olll for Moloknl
Stinr Kllaue.i Hon for Wliidunid Poits
Form Wludwaid Poll", per Klnau,
June 27 Pi of U II Hitchcock. Chin
Akau, ULehnninn, II T Walker, Hobt
llroun. ICtt in Cluing, A'cu Afong, Miss
Alalia, II Ilalev. (3 V Alonii, J Jtonron,
J It llallhlav. Alri , 0 Able. PA l)ia,
.1 C Hilton. Mn MeAIIMer. Mis.lKa
iiiauoha, Mls Kahtl, J Dalley. I.tusil.
II Webb, J O Gall and wife, W Y Hor
ner and !)2 deck.
Fiom Kauai, ikt Iwalaul. Juno 27
Mr Jl Kitlhclanl. Mr J K Kiiukokii
l.iul. lltt'T PurxN, A Ciopp. Drhi:
Ciadduck. ( (fiiiiMii'heg, V Knuil-cu,
MN-.Knud.en. X Hulbuit. II Weight,
wlfo and i! chlldien, .1 W Alnpai, It
Smith, 2 Chinese and till deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Iwalaul I ,."07 bag of sugar, 2.")
head of cattle. 70 lings of pla. 20
bas of ilee. 22'J bags of paddv and
Slmr Klnau !),000 bag of sugar, 237
hide. 120 pl.g of Miudiies, 1 spur
Slmr Mokolll 1. 000 bags of Mtgar, 11
sheep and 2.8 hide.
Stmr Kilauea Hon ;!,I70 bag-, of sugar.
SclirMniy Folur l.fiOO bat;-, of sugar,
100 bugs of paddy and 20 bales of
Schr Hnnim 1.20O Ik 3s of paddy, 110
bags of btig.ir, ISO bags of lice and
Schr heahl S71 bag of sugar.
Schr Caloihia CuO bags ol'piiddy.
Schr Malolo 2.2b0 bags of sugar.
Tho H'hooncr Xelt'c Men'll has been
placed 011 the 1. I. S. X. Co.' lino and
will sail at 4 i jr. noxi Wednesday for
Lahalua, in Ihe hnoicil of the above
Tile schooner Jennie Welker sailed
Satmday afleiiioou for Faiinlng's Is.
The .)". C. Km d sailed llil-i aiic.'iioon
for San FiancN'o wjlh 0.!177 bags of
hiigar alued at S '2.227.1)1.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEVS.
Y. M, C. A. book-keeping chits this
ovening, at 7 o'clock.
Nou: tliu fact that (!. W. Mncfui
lano it Uo.'s gieat oiodil sale com
mences ut 10 o'clock blimp to-inonow
A PonriKiUKhi: boy wan tluowu ofT
11 horso at tho foot of Punchbowl hill
lust evening, and wan picked up in
au unconscious stale.
Tin: hoiho Ventiuu was killed yet
tciday nioriiiug by Older of Mr. .1.
Brodie, V. S., because of the animal
having biolccu 11 bono that could not
Ml). Locke ltich.irdnou's leoilaliou
to havolakcn place at tho Hotel this
ovoniug, is oil' for tho pictcut, Mr.
ltiehaidtou not being ablo to appear,
owing to illness.
Tin: wooden bridge, near Iho Leper
Blanch Hospital, is in 11 en cLiuger
ous btute. Tho npptoach to 11 has
fallen in, leaving a hole fully 2 feet
wido and eovur.il loot long.
Orricnit Maico-, can.i'it'd 11 half
dozen Ohineso gamblois in China
town Saluiday evening. Lastoien
ing olllcer Mehitons eaplmed 10
more near tho Fish iMuilcel.
Mil. .7. W. Flluger ien a giand
faiowoll leception at his lcsidenco
to-nionow night, to Dr. Auiing, who
is about to leave tho kingdom. The'
Hawaiian Hand will ho in attendance
ut tho leception.
Somi: time duiing last night, wine
peif-on bioko upon t Ins ehickon hoir-u
of William Moyei, lieu' the o'd leo
Avoiks piumihce, Xuuanu . Ho, , and
htolo 10 fowls, among w.iich was m
veiy handhumo Spauis.i liooster.
Tin: books of tho Hawaiian Postal
Siuing.s Bank will bo opener al tho
Ciencial Post Ollico in llonoli In, for
'tho leceijit of deposits and tno genei
al tiunsactiou of thu business of a
postal savings haul ,011 and uik.' litis
iiist day of Julv noi. M , II. F.
Poor will ho in clungo of Iho depait
liicut. Tin: City Matkel delivery wa;;ou
mu inlo a hoiso toMoiday inoiiii",
. on Xuuaiiu sheet. The sjmfts, of tho
Vciiulo jioiielialfd U10 sido'of Iho
lioisoapddiseinlanH'li'il hiiu. ).. B10
die,V.H attended I liedieablod animal,
and with tho aid of suigical instru
ments loplaeed tho bowls and towed
up Iho gap.
At Iho meeting of tho Fourth of
July gonoial eoniiniltoo, Sauuday
ovoniug, it was unanimously lesuhid
to celebmto on Monday tho 5th.
'Sub-coiiiniittees weio appointed to
take clnugo of tho necessaiy miniitii
$1,201) had been alieady conliibiilnl.
On Wednesday next tho loinniituo
will meet again and compleloai augo
Mu. Poilor Gicen, at 0110 Union
man of homo pioiniuenco in Ha'"
, jfi i'l 1UUVI Al..ttf ' ....- .-
Wftllan HirMli', Inn for sdvuml yenm '
i-iwsi a Eujitjur noin parmyeie, died
on Sattudny evening, nntf was burled
ycitciday afternoon from Kawaiahao
Chureli. Tho ftinernl was attended
by many friend, who deeply sympa
thize with the beieaved widow and
fatheilets eliildten in tlieir loss.
A N'ATtvc named Alai, about 25
veins of ago and employed at the
Kmoipiiso Mill, met with an accident
laft Saluiday. Mr. E. Hingley, fore
man of tho mill,' was absent, and
Alai died to put a huge belt on 11-m-1
injL, win el. His shiit wan caught
by tin? bill, and ho was dragged with
gieat velocity ocrthe courto of tho
strap. After being twice lnulcd
mound his gaunents gave away, nnd
he was tliiown to tho giound with a
disloraled shoulder, mid in u badly
In ui'ed condition. Ho was taken to
Dr. nicy's, who loplaeed the shoulder
and made Ihe iujuied man as com
pilable as losnule.
Tm: Pacilie llardwaio Co. has ic
ceived tho agency of tonio iho-jnoof
paint, whiili they biibniitted to n
sevcio lett in their ttoie yard Satm
day aftei noon. A liro was built on
hoaids painted with this composi
tion, mid allowed to burn for 111010
than 20 minutes. When the liie was
put out Ihe painted boaids weio
examined and found to bo not burnt
in the least. This e.peiiment was
witnessed by the Chief Engineer of
the Flio Dcpaitnient and others, and
it piovid that houses ainted with
(his llii-juoof iaint me in no danger
of igniting fiom spmks, and that it
will greatly insist to pioent the
spreading of liie.
Mti. Geo. Kcekley 1 elates an amus
ing incident that occuicd at Maalaea
Day last Saluiday night. One of
Unco bonis, of tho slcanicr Kiuau,
that weio sent ai-hoie atthoahoe
place for paste.igeis capsized. Jt was
aliiiut 10 o'clock i'. m. and tho sea was
lough. The eapsied boat had in it,
besides the ciow, 2 passengeis, a
Chinaman and u native. When tho
boat tinned over, and while the celes
tial was under water, ho grabbed ono
t.f Ihe eitw by the leg. Tho native
'uppo'-iiij, it was shmks vigoiously
'.icl.id the ('hiuaman, who on ica'ch
'ng tl.i iiufaco ciied'"haul in." All
' ml'i mailo hlio.o in safety, ami tho
O'Oiluincd 1 1011 1, w.is recovered with
iho aid of the slcriuei's olectrio light.
A Chinaman named Leo Moon
Chan, aged tiO yea h, v;vh drowned
Ibis morning near tho Chinese
bund 1 y. King si eel. Loo Moon
Chan, fiom whal his eouiitryiuen
say, jumped oil' King diect Inido
while in a lit of despondency and
0lu11tmily ouded his life. It appeals
that this Chin. mum had tho 1cpioy
and wanted to go homo (o China. Ho
was foi bidden pasiugo on Iho etsol
Hydra by llioso who weio going by
her, iii'd hu is taid to have been
diieu fiom his lodging house by
other inmates of Iho tame. It is
ftulhcr said that Leo Moon Chan had
sent all his money lo China and had
miaugul all his husinc-s aU'aiis heio
as if picp.ualoiy lo hii. death. Al
though it is tiimly bclioM'd that Ihe
Chinaman eommilied suicide, an in
tpicst, conducted by Deputy Maishal
Dayton, will bo held 1I1U afioinoon.
Aiti'.u all the iiaddj was taken out
"of the foiuuh'ied slianier Kapiolani
yesteiday, tho stuck her nose above
water and bobbed up and down with
the waves. A lumber was made fast
to her, and sho was being lowed to
wauls Honolulu by tho Kleu,
when the lino p.ntcd and the Ka
)iolaut sank in seven Intimitis of
water. By the motion of the suif
thou miming high and by tho action
of under curicnls the tteainer again
iose to tho suifacc. Sho was taken
'11 low unco nioiO) but tho lines pall
et I a second time, and the Kapiolani
disappcaicd in 10 fathoms of water.
It having become daik a buoy was
placed wlieio the steamer went down,
and the tugs u tinned to Honolulu.
No stops have been lakon to-day to
lccover tho steamei, and judging
fiom what knowing seamen say the
steamer Kapiolani is a thing of the
The Ttoynl Hawaiian Band will
play this evening at Emma Squaw,
beginning at 7 :iJU. Following is the
Overdue Fru Dlavolo..r Aubcr
Fanlasia Faiewell to the Mountains
Duct Alilb Veidl
seleellou Mi'ieo Vienn;i Pcliclla
Ala 1111.1 Mai.
KelPCilqn Oiand l)urhp....Offpnbaeli
all (Johlun Show r Waldteufel
Polki -'Hie KI1-1 Kt Xeiiiiiau
Jliiieh Mwcet l.el Luiiiiu llerger
OAllU C'OI.I.M.i: AM) l'UNAHOU l'lIG
Coninii'iicliig with Monday morn
in;,', Slst, mid closing Fiidav nhjlit,
2lih, the Oahu College anil l'una
lioir 1'reparaloiy School were en
gaged in what, to sludcnls nod
pupils, is always about tho most ev
oilinyllmo in their live?, term ex
aminations. AV tho Colli 30, the
written cxuininulions, in which blu
deuts iiru I'Kpcctcil lo answer hard
questions, bolvo pioblems anil tils
course very wisely on sundry topic,
commenced on Monday and con
tinued until Wednesday aflenioon.
Theoial exhibitions opened Thurs
day, at SI :.", with Modern History
anil eleinenlaiy (JrceU, In two
loom, tho visil.irh nnd ollleial eu
aminers having the pi ivilego of at
tendlntj tliein by being present in
two places at tho same time, alter
nating between ouo and tho other,
or confining their observations to a
blulo class Every member of the
modern history class was assigned a
prominent event or series of events
In vrlftto In hlv or
hoi1 own wunh,
Tito Information required waa gon.
oraiiy given wun a reasouaute ue
gree of rcadlneis and Intelligence.
The young Greek students in thu
other room were meanwhile giving a
good account of themselves In the
lirst stages of acqiihing tho ancient
and euphonious language of poetry
and philosophy. The next subjects
were Political Economy and Art
Principles. In the first named, the
fuetois of supply and demand as af
fecting values were illustrated by
blackboard d agiains, In which the
students showed a creditable ac
quaintance with the principles of
the science. The young ladies in
the art class elucidated the charac
teristics of the Athenian, Florentine
and Venetian schools and other
ideas connected with this subject
with maikcd clearness and tin evi
dent appiecialiou of thu study.
Ciesar, C'ouimcicial Aiillimctic and
Eiciich wero next exhibited In tluee
rooms. The main body of the visit
ors devoted their attention to the
arithmetic, on which both boys and
girls passed satisfactory tests in
the solution of questions involving
percentages. In Ciesar and French,
the woilc was of a kind Unit only a
minority of ordinasy mortals can
eiiticize. The students, however,
aeled tlieir pait veiy well. Moral
Kcience and evidence of Clirislianily
in ono room and (Joomctiy in mi.
other completed tho older of the
day for the forenoon session, llxtli
classes displayed line piollcieney on
these abstruse subjects. Visitors
weie then invited lo suspend menial
exeici'io for a lime, anil adjoin 11 to
Uie pailois of the domestic hall to
pailalcoof Mis. Meniit's hospiltdily.
A splendid lunch was set veil lo
which the large company did ample
justice, only wishing that annivcr
saiics could fall monthly instead of
yeatly at Oahu College.
After lunch, to business again.
English Hi'stoiy, in which of course,
royal "Ilany Bluff" alwnya receives
a full shaic of attention, was, at
some of its linpoilant points, pielly
elaborately aliened. Tins Alge
braists, in another loom, at the "Mine
time, aro dispobed in front oflhe
blackboanls, and present the icsulls
of careful tiuiniug, in signs and
symbols. Anabasis, which leaves the
spectators who knew veiy little of
the elemental y Gicek of the morn
ing, out in the cold altogether, is,
however carefully ciilicised by Dr.
Hyde. Tho sludcnls answer their
questions with appaient readiues.
English literature is the theme in
another room, uheie, at this time.
the speotalois most do congiegate
mid hear the young people discouise
of poets nnd litciali of every
vaiicty, all along the ages fiom the
honest, piinialive days of Bede and
Chanter to the degeneiatu modern
age of McCauly, Longfellow and
Mtuk Twain. The examinations
bi icily sketched aboe weio con
ducted by Ilev. W. C. Mcnilt, Pie
sident of the Faculty and Piofessor
of Moral, Mental and Political
Science; Mr. "Walter F. Fiear, A.
11., Professor of Greek, Mathema
tics and Ancient History; Miss M.
Ella Spooner, Teacher of Latin,
English Litcratuic and Modern His
tory; and Mr. A. Maiques, Tutor
of French. Mr. C. Fuineaux is
down on the calendar as Instructor
In Drawing, and though not appear
ing in the account of Iho day's
doings, yet, like the good man
whose works follow liiin, his
instructions arc fully set forth in
the pencil and color drawings of
the students displayed 011 the
walls of the main school 100111.
Drawing as a lecognixeil branch of
school work is of eompaiatively le
eent adoption. The evidences of
skill and taste that appear 011 the
cauls exhibited here elicited the
admit alion of all who inspected
Piofessor Merritt announced that
a bequcst.of S.'iOO had been made in
the will of Dr. Damon, the annual
proceeds of tho monoy to be ap
plied for the purpose of awarding
pii.es on English composition and
on term examination papcis.
The Trustees have two lirst piizcs
ofSlO each and two second of 85
each to awaul on the present occa
sion. Thu Examining Committee
awarded the first piisco in Composi
tion to May Dillingham, thu second
to Lilian L. Lyman. For the best
set of examination papeis, tho first
pii.e was won by Canie P. Gieen,
the second by Ilessiu Dickson. In
addition to tiicse awaids, the com
mittee made honoiable mention of
the papers of lleuiy J. Lyman and
Ellen II. Bickuell, 1st year; Anna
M. Kinney, 2nd year; Lilian L. Ly
man, !h d year; and MayAlheiton
and Helen Soiienson, lib year.
Thu graduates aie Miss Annie
Mossman and Mi's Addie B. Peter
son, wlio have completed their live
Fiiday forenoon was given to the
Bishop iiall of Science, whcic the
c.;eiclses were of an exceedingly in
teicsling character, being entirely
new, this being the lb si class in the
history of education in the King
dom to enjoy similar advantages.
By (ho munillcciicc of Iho Hon. C.
It. Bishop, this department has not
only been furnished with a lirst class
building admit ably adapted to the
purpose, but It has also been thor
oughly equipped for valuable voik.
The equipment is especially com
plete in I ha line of chemicals and
chemical appaiatus for extensive
ai'd thorough analytical work.
Among the tu tides liie u Get man
analytical balance of exceeding deli
cacy, capable of weighing less than
one-thousandth part of a giain; a
valuable microscope and spcutro-
sicojjn, The rtepRtlmpnt is caUiw
Inted to bo of Rrc.it boucilt to tho
lollegcand to thegeneral community.
The Professor, Mr. L. L. Van
Slyke, A. B., Ph. D., acts as Gov
ernment chemist, and In this capa
city lias already made a scries of
analyses of the public drinking
wale'is of Honolulu, tho lesults of
which appear in the rcpoit of the
Minister of Interior.
After an hour and a quarter had
been lakcn up with physical geogia
phy and geology, Professor Meriitt
announced that he had sent an invi
tation to Ihe members of the Legis
lature to be picsent, and that it bad
been accepted. By 11 o'clock, the
'buses laden witli detachments of
"assembled wudom" arrived. The
first portion of Ihe exercises con
sisted in liie analysis by each stu
dent at his or her own table of a
mixtuic containing a chemical com
pound unknown to the student. As
thu analyses were finished, each stu
dent handed his leport in writing to
tho examining committee, who had
previously been furnished by the
professor with lists of the contents
of the mixtures. The piocessos had
been attentively watched by the
meinbcis of the Legislature and
other visitors. Of eleven rcpoits,
ten were found lo be perfectly cor
rect. Pait sevond consisted of indi
vidual examinations of students on
topics of geneial chemistry, illus
trated by experiments, in the lec
ture room. These examinations
were eminently satisfactory. By
special request, Professor Van Slyke
proceeded with some very interest
ing cxpeiiinents at which both the
honorable liiembcis of the assembly
and other visitors were highly
amused and delighted.
The hospitalities of tho Domestic
Hall weie then tendered the visitor.,
and a general adjournment was had
to that department. It is needless
to say that the exercises there wero
The gtading and other examina
tions at 'the Puliation Preparatory
School wore canied 011 simultane
ously wilh thosu at Hie college. On
Friday afternoon, the public exhi
bition was held.. A dense concourse
of visitors thionged the main school
loom, aisles, doorways and veran
dahs. The programme was of a
vailed character, comprising songs,
dialogues, iccitatious and declama
tions. The teacheis, Miss Emma
V. Hall, Piincipal; Miss C. A.
Carter, Intermediate; Miss Helen
It. Lewis, Primary, wero warmly
congratulated on the results of their
The peicentages of marks made
on examinations in the intermediate
grade weio exhibited on the black
boauls. as follows:
A. Class G. Angus, 87; A.
Atheiton, 8t); II. Bicknell, 01 5. 7.
Bickuell, 1)2 ; II. Bingham, 88; C.
Coniadt, 81; M. Cooke, 82; "W.
Dillingham, 72; J. Judd, 82; Y.
Nolt, (W; T. Parmentcr. 81; G.
Boss, 85; II. Walker, 77; II.
Walerhouse, 77; II. Wood, 82; A.
Young, 80; G. Watci house, 88;
G. Holt, 8'J.
B. Class II. Biekcrton, 70 ; L.
Bruus, 87; E. Caller, 83; C.
Cooke, 83; II. Dickson, 91; A.
Forbes, 72; J. Greig, 89; C. Hall,
87 ; E. Laine, 80 ; D. Lyle, 78 ; J.
Lyons, 70 ; E. Boss, 90 ; Sui, 97 ;
E. Tlutim, 71; A. "Whitney, 88;
W. "Whitney, 89.
Tho pupils who have passed tho
examinations for advancement to
Oahu College, and the averages
made, ai c as follows : Ephie Austin,
71; Shinichi Ando, 89; Georgo
Bicknell, 09; Willie Bickuell, 7f;
Sadie Caiter, 9 1 ; Clara Fuller, 9 1 ;
Charlie Hyde, 8J ; Emily Halstead,
89 ; Eleaaar Lazarus, 90 ; Mary
Lyle, 97; Lottie Parmolce, 97;
Ncalie Robeitson, 95; Tadamichi
Tachichl, 97; Hoiace Tiegloan, 80;
Heniy Vida, 90; Ernest Water
house, 90 ; Nellie Young, 92 ; Ber
ther Young, 95.
Pii.es were awarded from the
piocceds of tho late Dr. Damon's
legacy, for the first and second best
sets of examination papers of candi
dates for advancement to Oahu
College. The first pi he, 80, was
won by Tadamichi Tachichi, the
bccond, 81, by Mary Lyle.
Miss Outer being announced as
having icsigncd her position, was
tendered an address and pi oscula
tion, on behalf of her class, by Miss
Ada Whitney. Tho inosculation
consisted of a fiuu breast pin, bet
with tin co ktikui nuts, and a drop
healing the inscription, "Aloha."
Cougralutatoiy speeches were
made by His Excellency Geo. W.
Men ill, and by Mr. .1. B. McChes
ucy, Piincipal of the ( aklaud, Cat.,
Higli Selnol. Mr. McCliesney had
attended the exhibitions, bollj hero
and at the College, and congratu
lated thu citizens, both juvenile ami
adult, on thu character of their edu
cational facilities. A calinlheniu
exercise outdo is on the giccu
ended iho proceedings here.
Thu closing exercises of tho anni
versary wero held in Foil-street
Chinch, In the evening. The pro
gramme opened with an organ vol
untary by Mis. A. F. Judd, and
prayer by Key. Dr. Hyde, hssays
weio lead bv tho voiinir ladv imulu-
ates, Miss Aimce Mossman, oiJ'Itc-l
lation between Ait and Moral," ami
Miss Addiu Peterson' on "Quick
sands." Miss Alice Itenton gave a
flue solo, witli biolln obligate by Mr.
Yiiindloy. Itev. J. A. Crnzau de
livered tho annivesaiy addiess. A
chorus, "Spinning Song" was given
by Ihe lodies of the Glee Club.
Wreaths, bouquets, and baskets of
How era were presented to the young
lady's graduates and to Miss lten
toii, at the conclusion of their ic-
EXTENSIVE ' CREDIT SAM!
By order of Missis. O. W. Macfarlano it Co., f will offer for talc,
at my auction wurcrooms, on
Tuesday Next, the 29th day of June,
A line line of BuglMi and French Ooodn, selected wilh especial reference to the
riipilriiui'iil of till trade. Thcc Goods aro jii'l to hand ex Stirlingshire,
and eoinprbe Dry Good, In variety uod a smalt line of
novchbe, together with a fine line of
Ales, Wines and Liquors
jind Carenoval IMCercliantlise
the very lui't ami most favorably known brands in this market, thus affording
dealers n rare opportunity of replenishing their Stocks.
White Vluloila Liwn, Oxford Cluo'u,
liliuuliul Drills, Itiitblu Draper, VMn.,
While loliiin 'I Ink, 27, t! and ill billies,
Hlack, Piei.ch Mi-rino, Gent's hlf. Hoic,
Kalbriggiui, Peail tluitoii, nil sl.cs and
lil-li Trimming, (Jik ensliii.tl .Shawls,
Cidond Untile, S.illur Hats, tpeubil,
Lanjc"' and Cldldien's Hats, white and
Gold iatiiiiipt.il Pnrutol?, irhiiinul with
1 ice ;
brooks it Co.'s Cotton 'lhriad, Nus. UO
llimiad'.M.-, Miller ACo's bong Cloth;
Uryttnl whirling, Turkish Towels, sup.
A small line of .1. isT. Morton's celebrated goods, comprising Jams, Jellies, Ad.
cliovles, SiuHnM, etc., etc , Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oil, SaUd
Dressing, I'nte de t'ols Orris, etc.
Galvanized liitcktti, improved bottoms;
Cine Knives, Uahnnicd Fence Wire;
Itirbed re.iei; Ire, Hoes,
Coriugated Koollug, wide and narrow
Whiskies, Scotch and Irish;
Hrandies, in ensu.;
Gin, in hiskits and casc3;
And si Variurt Assortment of General Merchandise,
Consisting of Ureakfnst, Dinner nnd Tea Set, Glassware, Wlllow.wnro Haskcts,
Tin Itjslns, Toilet bets. Flower Pots, nnd other nrticlcs too numerous to
particularize. Also, a few sample lots of
Gentlemen's Felt and Straw Hats,
Of thu latest styles for tho present London Season.
C3P S do w ill commence at 10 o'clock, a.m., sharp, and Terras will be given on
day of Sale.
TEEV1PLE OF FASHION,
Ol nnd :
We aro pleased lo announce ihe arrival of our Immense laige Invoice of
Dry CloOuS, Fancy Goods, Laces, BiIob,
Clothing an dGQnt's Furnishing G-oods,
and are now elliiing uiipiccidintid and urn hailed Bargains in nil our dcpnrtm'to
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pic res of 'very line Victoria Lnwn at (3 apiece, 10 yards; a very
large nssoitiaeiit of new f-prbig stjlcs in Lawns, 4-4 Ilntlstc, Salecns, plain
llguml mid hrotitdid, white I'iquu and n full line of Drets Goocb, Ihe latest out.
JL.ji.ee Uottole, Ladies' Tricot Olotli
in all the new shades; 40 do Ladies Lisle Thread Hose at 40 cents,
thu best valuo ever ollered.
Just rccolvi.il, all the latist styles In Hoys nnd Children's Suits; Urcnl Bargains,
Hoys blue Fhiuel Sailor Hulls at $3X0 n Suit. Just received, direct from
which wo oiler at
fcpectivo essays and solo. Miss
Mossman and Miss l'ctcison weie
formally presented with their di
plomas by 1'iofcsbor Merritt, who
accompanied thu presentation wilh
congratulatory remarks. The chorus
"Good-bye" was miii by thu l'una
hou CJleo Club, when thu niiillenco
was dismissed, and thu forty-llfth
annivoiMtry o.oiciscH wore ended.
I MAONTAU:.fcUHHAN No 12 Safe
J In pond oi-ilii. Co-t, H ycuiH iiko,
now, (too. Sill lor $,1110 u'nJi. 1 Up.
I I liL "Ifonlc' Hnno In t'""d order,
ni-1 whin ihw, $W. Will till for
S'.'tO: Kuiir.inliul. Am ly at unco
- a '
ot a u
(lllicinl ItllMIH'tS Audit.
rY n l'ortnuui'H!
1) out cliilibui, a siliiiilloii In thu city
ni lis cnUmmis. pi a ncinieiiiairs ici-l
dence. when ihe man call niake linn
ii a ecinieiiiairh ieii.
nif geiieinlly mefid, by attenilhie: to
the gaidcn, lnVinu' cue of tho iinlniid'.
liorfes or iow, ito, whlUt his wife will
aticnil tolliu waKl.big and boning and
oilier inre of the liomchcl I. For refer,
inecs, apilv to
MhsSHS OONZAI.VKS & CO .
G3 Ut licuver Ukck, Honolulu.
Men s Merino Undershirts;
Gentian lllankeln; Scarlet ditto;
Coats' Sou big Cotton, nil sizes ;
White I'Vlllhiir; L!sodo; Cream do;
Ladles' Ualtiriggitii Undershirts.
Dr. Wardrup's lUuok and White;
Centurion de Ciuur, assorted colors;
White and UlnckCiivc; Nursing Corsets;
Maids and Girls' Corset!,.
Fancy Crepe, All.Wool, Silk nnd J
Hllk, newest styles and latest patterns.
L lilies' nnd Girls' Half Hose;
L idles' fe Gents' All-SUU Underwear;
Coimtcrpinei (fancy htjlcs Ss colors) ;
Wntcrpioof Lap Holies.
Nails, Spikes, etc.. etc.
Victim Wood Chairs,
Stools and Settees.
Ale and Porter, etc., etc.
J. LYONS, Auctioneer.
bed - rock prices.
& CO., Proprietors.
Burnt OiiUli Not Dead!
Ryan's Boat-Built Shop
Is now adjoining tho rear of
MONEY TO LOAN.
TN inumints of
(100 and unwards.
Bicurltv required. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAQOON.
42 Merchant ttrcci, Huni 1 hi.
complaints bavo renehed mo of
lute from smnu of mv customers
that they con piiiohusu Hawaiian. made
Boan cheaper lhan I hnvo I cen selling
It. I liCL' lo state that I hnvu nlunvs
trunsncleil my business In fnlr nnd
. t, . - - - -- -j -
straight rorwnrd way, chnrgbiK the same
price lo all alike, and celling at n
uiodiTi.to rate; and ut the same time I
would Inform my customers and the
public Hint from nnd nfter this date my
price will he $7 per 100 lbs.
T. W. ItAWLINS.
Honolulu Soap Works, Lolco, Hono
lulu, J uueaut. 09
By order of A J. Cartwrlght, Br., tho
duly appointed Eeculor nnd Tnulee of
the last will nnd testament of Emma
Knlclconalatil, deceased, and under
liccnfR of tho Supremo Court of tho
Hawaiian Island, silting as a Court of
Probate, wo nte directed to sell at pub
lic auction, nt our Salesroom, In Hono
tho tilh Day or July, 188G,
at 12 m. of that day, nil the right, title
and Interest of the said A. J. Curt
wrlght, Sr., as such Kxccutor vd Trus
tee ns aforesaid, nnd nil the rlpht, lltlo
nnd interest which the snid EiMinn Kn
lelconMlunl hnd nt the time of her dc
crase, of, in nnd to that certain piece or
parcel of land, known as the
situate In thoDltlrictof Konn, Island of
Kauai, and containing an
Arcn of 3,000 Acres,
more or less, ns described In Itoyal Pa.
tent No. 4.112, Mahele Award 4tl,
at tho Upset Price or Sam of $22,000;
nnd iilo that rertabi pure or parcel of
laud situate In Niiuniiu Vnllry, Hono.
lulu, hiatal of Oahu. nnd known as
and bebiit Iho premises formerly occu.
pied by W. L. Urecn, I!s , as a pilvalo
KT For furlher pnnlctilars, appli to
A.J. Cnrlw right. Sr., or
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
49 Id Auctioneers.
Now Prepared to Satisfy All.
Just arrived, per Australia,
Largo and Varied Assortment
Havana, Ksywast &
Domestic Cigars !
beaut i fill lino of the puret Cigarette
all Fre.-h and ltcasonnblc.
The largest and Finest Stock ever
Seen in Honolulu.
J2T" Gentlemen who apprcelnto n
good article will now bo nblu lo sntlsfv
themselves by giving me a call. All
goods gum iintcea and marked down lo
suit the limes.
CI 1 wj Sfnnager Central Clgnr Stand.
Uy order of J.F. Hankfeld, K-ip, tint
duly appointed Assluneu of the Hank,
rupi Ehirito of T. K Clarke of Kipiihulii,
Maui, acting under authority of an or
der of Iho Sunn inn Court dated June S,
1880, wunreiliucted to sell at Public
auction, nt our Salesroom, hi Honolulu,
On MONDAY, July 19, 'SO,
at 12 o'clock, noon, of thnt day,
All the Right, Title & Interest
of the said J. F. Hackfeld ns Fiieh
Assignee, of, In and to the
sitiintu ut Kipahulu, Maul, hcrctoforu
belonging to thu said T. K. Clarke.
The sit id Plantation roini rhes al out
11100 ncies of Lund in feo simple, and
about 1.10n.acrcs of Leased I.audj tlicp)
are about 7 btO acres of Eund avallnblo
lor ranu cultivation; about 120 acres of
Plant Cane and about 140 acres of 1 and
2 ltatloons aru now growing for tho
ncM ciop to come off from, say, I)i colu
ber, IbSil, to about Muy, US7. Thero
132 head of Working Cattle,
2 Bulla, 27 Yearlings,
35 Cows with 27 Calves,
3 Mulos, 10 Horses and some
on the Plantation nil branded TKO., nbo
About 11 Bullook Carts,
2 Mulo Carts, Plows and
other Implements & Tools,
gincrally ut-cd on a sugar pbmlation.
The linger purt of the Cane, when har
vested, can bo eomoyed to the mill by
Tluru is a good substantial lauding
bridge, in which iho Plantation holds n
hnlf IntereH. Also, a Donkov Engine
nnd incline track connected wilh thu
The Plantation U in good running
order and a new crop Is being put in at
SSf Tho terms of the Sale are CASH,
and i lie Heeds aru at thu uxpeusu of the
Kor all furlher paitlculnrs apply to
J. P. Hack Mil. Honolulu, or to OSCAU
UNNA nt Kipahulu, Maul.
E. P. ADAMS
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