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TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1880.
Stmr Wnlmniialo from Walmanalo
Stmr Llkcllke for Kahultii
Stmr Iwnlanl for Kauai
Scbr Ehukal for Wainlua
Schr Ko Au llou for Koloa
Schr Luka for Koholalelo & Kukalatr
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Scbr Canute for IIIlo
Schr Wjilmalu for Ilouomu
VESSELS IN PORT.
HBJI8 Pcltcan, Hope
Fr seer Hammonla, Arnnrd
Gcr bk F O Sleben, Hnihu
Qcr schr Mary O Uolnn,
Ger bk Furst Bismarck, Vnnder Vlng
Norwegian bark Aurora, Sutterlnnd
Ilk Blrmnh, 0 II Jonas
Uk Iloldcn, Joyensou
Blanc Geo C Perkins, Ackman
Dktne Consuclo, Cousins
Brit bk Isle of Erin, Nicholson, from
Liverpool, due July 15-31.
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Boston, due August 20-31.
Brit ship Annum, from Liverpool, due
Haw brig Alllc Rowc, J Philips, from
Hongkong, due Sept 110. . '
Am brig Sallna, Blake, from San
Francisco, due at ICahulul, June 20-20.
Bol bark Don Nicolas, Ross, from
Port Townsend, W T, due July 20-31.
Am schr Ida Schnauer, from Eureka,
Cal, due at Kahulul, July 20-30.
Nlc bk Illmijio, Howard, from De
parture Bay, B O, duo June 25-80.
For Windward Portsand the Volcano,
per Kluau, July 2G For the Volcano-.
Mrs Geo Becklcy and 2 children, Mr
and Mrs Nell, L Dolica, Mr Lake and
Mr Ward. For Windward Ports : Prin
cess Kalulanl and 2 servants, G P Kn
mauoha and wife, L Ascu and wife, Jos
Nawahl, Miss Nawnhi, F W Damon and
wife, Mrs J Fox and 2 children, Mrs
Morris, the Misses Dunn, W Y Horner,
Rev and Mrs Lechler, Mr Bucbholtz.
C Buchholtz, Mrs Goo Kim aud son,
Miss E Robertson, Capt W "Watson, W
L Biaisdell, Hon J Kauhane, Hon S W
Kaai, Miss M Dowsett, Miss Dough
herty, Mrs S Paiker, Misses Eva and
Helen Paiker, Masters Parker, Misses
Hannah and Mary Low, Miss Anita
Neumann, Misses Helen and Mabel
Ladd, Miss C Fitzsimmons, Miss Helen
Wilder, G Wight and wife, aud about
The steamer Iwalani was moved to
Brewer's wharf this morning, to take
ou board a steam plough for Nawill
wlll. The steam launch Montague, is hav
ing a bulwark about 3 feet high built
around her engine to prevent the in
gress of water.
The schooner -Mana is moorednear
the Fish Market, being repaired.
The schooner Gen. Scigle is anchored
off the Fish Market.
The steamer Lehua Is making ready
to receive her new boiler.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
'Redwood" will bo sold on Thurs
Fish was very scarce
market this morning.
nt the fish-
Me. Levey will sell the schooner
Hammonia at noon to-morrow.
Mns. Hebbard's school will open on
Monday next, at 124 Bcretania street.
The S. S, Australia sails- for San
Francisco on Saturday, July 31st, at
Mb. J. Lyons will sell to-morrow at
12 noon, hay, potatoes, corn and
Sportsmen are overhauling their
shooting irons for September duck
If Mr. Geo. Stratemeyer should
paint tho town red, would it give
anybody the blues?
1 Hi i
A bevy of young ladies have con
sented to .assist Williams' bashful
boys in dancing Thursday evening.
The item for reception of official
guests passed at $6,000, not $10,000
as our report stated by a slip of the
On Thursday next, at 10 o'clock
A. m., Mr. L. J. Levey will sell the
furniture and fixings of the Parisian
Restaurant, Hotel street.
Fifty or more excellent specimens
of free-hand drawings, by the scholars
of Fort and Royal Schools, are on
exhibition nt King Bros.' art gallery,
Mr. Don Gedgo, who left hero somo
time ago for Hongkong, and whose
doings there were loported in this
paper, has again crossed tho Pacific
and is now in Port Townsond, Wash
A cook 'book, after enumerating
the vurioitB ingredients of a custard
pudding, winds up by saying, "then
sit on a hot stove and stir inces
santly," as though a fellow could sit
on a hot stove without stirring inces
santly. The new Cosmopolitan Saloon,
corner of Nuuanu and Hotel streets,
will bo opened next Saturday night.
Mr. Freeth, ono of the proprietors of
the saloon, speaks of lighting tho
place with electricity on Saturday
Just received, ex S.S. AuBtrulia, a
lot of verV smull Manila Cigars of ex
tra line brand. To bo had at tho
87 Central Ciqar Stand.
Artibtb' Materials, Plaques, Panels
StretcherB, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. 80 Ct.
The most popular resort in the
city are the Elite Ice Cream Parlors
Delicious Ico Creams, Ices, Cukes
and Candies always on hand, 73
En. Ft.KT'fl II.Ah TiBMnnY Inn
Specific for nil forms of Heart Die
eii80 ami also for Diseases of Kidneys
nnd Circulation. Descriptive book
with cvciy bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 351
By the steamer Zcalandin tliu Load
ing Millinery House of Clins. .1.
Fibhcl has received n fine lino of
Gent's Neckwear, Unlnuntlred Shirts,
French Kid Gloves and Slippers tho
genuine nrticlc, Swiss Edgings, nil
over Laces. Full lino of Ladies,
Misses nnd Children's Huts, Feathers,
Ornament, etc. Call at once and in
spect his stock. 74
Paikomze Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
nnd promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
sell those cigars. Do not forget tho
name J. W. Hingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
F. W. DAMON'S REPORT.
Mr. F. W. Damon has laid on our
table a neat pamphlet containing the
Annual Report of Chinese Mission
Work on the Hawaiian Islands dur
iug the past year. Tho work of
missions among the Chinese is prose
cuted ut different points throughout
the kingdom by agents and evangel
ists, under Mr, Damon's superin
tendence. Most of these are
Chinese. "Mrs. Damon's sorvices
among the women," the report says,
"has progressed in an interesting
way." The pamphlet contains a
statement of receipts and expendi
tures. Reference is also made to a
choice lot of books on China and
Japan, which Mr. Damon has in his
library and which he generously
offers to loan to M13 "friends who are
desirous of adding to their present
stock of knowledge in reference to
these empires and their inhabitants."
"Books, tracts, testaments, copies of
the different gospels, illustrated
periodicals, and cards with texts, in
the Chinese language, suitable for
distribution among Chinese nnd Jap
anese, can be had on application."
Readers and dictionaries in English
and Chinese are also offered for sale
at reasonable prices.
THE ROYAL SCHOOL.
The closing exercises of this
school were held on Thursday even
ing and Friday forenoon of last
week. On Thursday evening, a
very good amateur entertainment
was given by the boys in the Y. M.
C. A. Hall, under the direction of
the Principal, Rev. Alex. Mackin
tosh, with Prof. H. Berger, Musical
Director. Following is the pro
gramme, which was very effectively
Opening Chorus Footsteps ou the
Recitation Despair V. Hugo
S. L; Kekumano.
Recitation Clerical Wit Anou
Music Awake the Tuneful Song.. Choir
Recitation The Chemist to his Love.
James Henry Bolster.
Recitation Parrhaslus and the Cap
James N. K. Kcola.
Recitation The Gouty Merchant and
the Stranger II. Smith
Music Malanai Choir
Recitation A Scene from Pickwick
Debating Club "Phrenology."
Mr. Fairflay, (President) S. L. Ke
kumano. Secretary, Chas. Ak.iu.
Mr. Straightway, D. Kamakauahoa.
Mr. Craney, D. Kahanamoku.
Mr. StiJltJ, W. Kino.
Mr. Occiput, G. Rosa.
Dr. Littlcliead, G. Smith.
Dr. Suture, S. Kamekoua.
Deacon Slender, Kelekoma.
Rev. Greatsoul, Jas. II. Bolster.
Mr. Fearful, Joslah.
Mr. Convolute, J. N. K. Keola.
Dr. Poviovi, N. Hurri :on.
Dr. Brgarrc, S. Kalakielu.
Mr. Wittce, Kelekoma Haul.
Dr. Sneaker, Kumekoa.
Mr. Lancet, A. Manunui.
Squire Sponge, D. Miranda.
Dr. Noddle, G. Kipa.
Chorus Miisle on the Waves Choir
Dialogue "The Rival Lodgers."
Box, Printer, J. II. Bolster.
Cox, Hatter, J. N. K. Keola.
Mrs. Bouncer, Landlady, S. L. Keku
mano. Music Paiting Song , Choir
The Principal announced that S.
L. Kekumano had won the Captain's
medal by having made the highest
8core in the woik of the year. Ke
kumano whs then decorated with tho
medal by II. II. II. Liliuokalani.
There was a large audience pre
sent, most of the spectators being
llawaiians. The exercises of the
evening closed with Hawaii Ponoi,
On Friday forenoon, an oral ex
amination of the advanced classes
in Mr. Mackintosh's room was held
in presence of a large assemblage of
spectators. Their Royal Highnesses
Liliuokalani, Likellke and Kuiulnni
were present. Tho boys were ex
amined in physiology, Shakespeare's
tragedy of Julius Cmsar, natural
science and other branches, in all of
which they exhibited a very intelli
gent as of tho main principles.
Prizes were awarded, for grammar
and composition, by Mr. Henry Ka
ia to S. Kalakiela ; for arithmetic,
by a lady, 1st prize to J. Nuukana,
and by H. R. 11. Likelikc, 2nd prize
to G. Rosa; by Mr. Antonu Rosa,
for highest mark in reading aud
literature, to James Keola; and for
drawing, by Mrs. Strong, to Louis
Kekumano, Samson Palama and
The usual terminal examinations
were held in the other departments,
the sum total of all the results being
that the Royal School continues to
I hold its place among the best insti-
tullflna of tho city, nndladolnwa
gund work for Uuwniinns. The
ancient furniture in the piiucipal's
room, denounced by the Bulletin
reporter last year, has been cleared
out nnd rcplnecd with new furniture
of neat pattern, nicely lltnishcd and
Teachers and pupils intlin rooms
upstiiits aro nfllicted with a wiotch'cd
set of blackboards. The sniil
blackboards arc marvels of
ingenuity, that is if the objects
sought in their construction were to
humbug and annoy those attempting
to use them. None like them were
ever constructed before, and never
will be again. Every facility should
lie piovided to enable teachers to
prosecute the work of their classes
ufllcicntly. According to the most
approved methods of instructions in
use in the present day, no piece of
npparatus is more essential than a
good blackboard, nnd none moro
vexations than a bad one. And the
articles supposed to do duty for
blackboards in the rooms referred
to, could baldly bo any worse.
Teachers and pupils arc evidently
vieing with one another in praise
worthy efforts to return tho best va
lue to the stale for the money ex
pended on the school ; and it is un
wise policy to hamper them in any
direction when the expenditure of a
few extra dollars would greatly fa
cilitate the elllcicni prosecution of
The Roynl School examinations
and exhibition were, like those pre
viously reported, eminently batis
factory to all concerned.
SUPREME COURT-JULY TERM.
The following is a full record of
the July Term of the Supreme Court
Mondat, July 5th.
The Court opened at 10 a.m. Pre-
'sent: Judd, C. J., presiding; Henry
Smith, Deputy Cleik; J. 11. Soper,
Marshal. His Excellency Paul Neu
mann, Attorney-General, introduces
his successor, John T. Dare, to the
Court, who presents to the Court his
commission, which is read by the
Marshal. At 10:15 a.m., the Court
adjourns for the day in honor of the
Fourth of July.
Tuesday, July Gth.
The King vs. Puhili, polygamy.
Defendant pleads guilty and is sen
tenced to six months' hard labor and
$ 100 fine. A. Rosa for prosecution.
The King vs. Keanini, larceny 4th
degree. Trial before Hawaiian jury,
who render u verdict of guilty. A.
Rosa for prosecution ; W. A. Kinney
for defendant. . William Foster,
Wednesday, July 7th.
Keanini is sentenced to 10 days at
hard labor and to pay 821.75 costs.
Haina vs. Chun Lock. Ordered
that summons be published and case
continued till the October term.
Whiting and Creighton, attorneys
Thursday, July 8th.
Mary S. Rose vs. Henry Smith,
ejectment. After argument on de
murrer, ordeied that demurrer be
overruled. W. A. Kinney for plain
tiff ; V. V. Ashford for defendant.
W. R. Castle vs. J. N. Kaiaika-
waha, assumpsit. Plaintiff's motion
for default is argued and submitted.
H. E. Avery for plaintiff ; M. Thomp
son for defendant.
Ah Hong vs. W. C. Parke. De
fendant's plea in bar is argued and
submitted. A. C. Smith for plain
tiff ; Whiting and Creighton for de
fendant. Friday, July 9th.
Before Judd, C. J. ; McCully aud
Preston, J J.
G. H. Luce vs. Chin Wa, appel
lant. Appeal from .Intermediary
Court. Appeal argued and sub
mitted. A- Rosa for plaintiff; II.
E. Avery for defendant.
Emma Bcckley ct al., appellants,
vs. F. Metcalf , ct al. Equity appeal.
Submitted on briefs. Paul Neu
mann for plaintiffs ; J. Austin and
J. A. Magoon for defendants.
The King vs. Wra. Ebeling. De
fendant's appeal from Police Justice
of Lahaina is dismissed for want of
jurisdiction. V. V. Ashford for
defendant. A second case between
the same parties is similarly dis
In Castle vs. Kaiaikawaha, it is
ordered that defendant may file his
plea, on paying costs of motion for
default. Final costs to await judg
ment. Win. Ebeling vs. Catherine
Ebeling, divorce. Divorce granted.
V. V. Ashford for plaintiff.
Saturday, July 10th.
Before the full Court.
J. M. Horner vs. Glaus Spreckcls.
Appeal argued nnd submitted. S.
B. Dole and J. Austin for plaintiff;
Paul Neumann for defendant.
Monday, July 12th.
Before the full Court.
Alilo vs. Mung Hui, appellant.
Exception. Argued and submitted.
IJ. E. Avery for plaintiff; Paul
Neumann, A. Rosa and J. A. Magoon
J. II. Wood vs. B. F. Dillingham,
equity appeal. Argued and sub
mitted. W. A. Kinney nnd W. A.
Whiting for plaintiff ; S. B. Dole for
Tho King vs. Win. Ebeling, sup
pression of affenscs. Defendant's
motion to reinstate case on cujendar
is denied. V. V. Ashford for de
fendant. The King vs. Win. Ebeling, as
sault. Defendant's motion to rein
state case on calendar is denied. V.
V. Ashfoid for defendant.
The King vs. E. Kekoa and J. W.
Kumahoa, exceptions. Argued and
submitted. W. A. Kinney for the
Orcwn j C. W. Ashford for defend
Tuesday, July 18th.
Before Judd, C. J.
Ekekcla Mninui, ct al., vs. I'uhi
etal., ejectment. Trial before a
Hawaiian jurj' occupies all day.
Wednesday, July 11th.
Tiial of above cause continues
all ilny, tho juri nt 10:50 r. m.
rendering verdict for plaintiffs, three
Thursday, July 16th.
The King vs. Juno Davie, perjury
2nd degree. Defendant having been
arraigned aud pleaded not guilty the
previous day, is tried beforo a Ha
waiian jury, who find a verdict of
guilty. Sentenced to eight months
at haul labor; cosU 822.50. A.
Rosa for tho Crown ; defendant in
J. It. Holt, Jr., vs. John Brodle,
replevin. Trial before mixed jury
begun and continued till to-morrow.
W. A. Kinney for plaintiff ; A. C.
Smith for defendant.
Friday, July IGth.
In the nbovc case n vet diet is
given for the plaintiff for the mare
Ching On ct al., vs. Amana et al.,
ejectment. Jury waived. Heard,
argued and submitted. W. A.
Kinney and J. A. Maoon for plnin
tiffs ; C. Blown and II. E. Avery for
Saturday, July 17th.
Ida E. Nordberg vs. Enos M.
Nordberg, divorce. Continued to
October term, and ordered that a
certified copy of amended' libel and
summons be scut to Capt. Nordberg,
care W. II. Harris, attorney,
Tacoma, Washington Ter.
Fred. Blackburn vs. Mary Kahili
Blackburn. Divorco granted. J.
A. Magoon for plaintiff; defendant
Kekuewa, (k.) vs. Mnkanui (w.).
Divorce granted onr the ground of
desertion. Plaintiff and defendant
Monday, July 19th.
II. J. Agnew vs. John Richard
son, assumpsit. Trial before a
mixed jury, occupies all day and is
continued till to-morrow. W. A.
Kinney for plaintiff ; L. A. Thurs
ton for defendant.
Tuesday, July 20th.
Above case occupies all day till
7:30, a veidict for plaintiff being
rendered. Stipulated that judgment
shall follow- verdict, and judgment
Wednesday, July 21st.
Ng Chan vs. Kaiula, ejectment.
Tiied before a mixed jury. Veidict
for plaintiff for land claimed and
$12 damages. Ashford & Ashford
for plaintiff; S. K. Kane and W. L.
Holoknhiki for defendant.
Knlua (w.) vs. S. Selig, adminis
trator, etc., assumpsit. Trial be
fore a mixed jury is begun and con
tinued till to-morrow. Paul Neu
mann and W. A. Kinney for
plaintiff; S. B. Dole for defendant.
Thursday, July 22nd.
In the above case a veidict is
given for plaintiff at the rate of $5
The King vs. Ah Nang, lobbery
2nd degree. Defendant pleads not
guilty and is tried before a foreign
jury, who return a verdict of "not
guilty." A. Rosa for the Crown;
J. A. Magoon for defendant.
Friday, July 23rd.
James Gay vs. AVilliam Williams,
assumpsit. Trial before foreign
jury, who lender a verdict for plain
tiff of S5.
The King vs. August Leonard,
arson. Nolle prosequi entered. A.
Rosa for the Crown.
Saturday, July 21th.
The King vs. Ah Sin ct al., break
ing Sunday law. Appeal from In
termediary Court. Tried before a
foreign jury, who return a verdict
of "not guilty." A. Rosu for the
Crown ; S. -B. Dole, A. C. Smith
and II. E. Avery for defendants.
This case turned on the question of
necessity in watering cane on Sun
day. M. II. Gilsoti vs. Ilccia Sugar
Plantation Co., debt on judgment.
On plaintiff's motion, ordered that
defendant may be defaulted for
failure to answer, on presentation of
customary certificate and order.
In Agnew vs. Richardson, in
which judgment was given on the
20th inst., defendant moves that
judgment be vacated. Continued
till called up, without prejudice.
Monday, July 26th.
Widening, of Fort street, Hono
lulu. Appeal of J. W. Austin.
Stipulated that case go on calendar
and stand continued till the October
term. Same order in tippeals of M.
Mclnurny (2), E. O. Hall & Son
und J. W. Austin.
J. Tinker vs. R. II. Graham, as
sumpsit. Tried beforo a foreign
Juiy, who render verdict for de
fendant. J. Austin for plaintiff;
W. A. Kinney for defendant.
Emma Singer vs. E. R. Ryan, un
snmpsit, broach of promise of mar
riage. Trial beforo a foieign jury
is begun and continued till to-morrow.
S. B. Dole for plaintiff; W.
A. Kinney for defendant.
Tuesday, July 27th.
Above case still ou.
Tuesday, July 27th.
Akoni Kcumi, drunkenness, for
feited bail SO.
Lewis Stoibo, snme elinrgo, found
guilty and lined 85 und 81.20 costs.
Ah Sing, opium in possession,
discharged. Judge Uickerton gave
prisoner tho benellt of tlio doubt,
for opium found In an interstice
between his room and an adjoining
ouo iu the Chinese Theater.
8UPI1EME COUirr-IH CHAMBERS.
Mondvy, July 26th.
Before Judge Preston. In re
bankruptcy of P. Kanimaknole.
Totnl claims of 81,289.51 are
proved, and Hon. W. C. Pnrke is
Before Judges McCully and Pres
ton. After examination, ordered
that attorney's license for Police
and District Courts issue to E. Kau
Innn, James Ilnuiicla, S Lokni nnd
G. P. Kamntioha.
Before Judge McCully. In le
guiirdinuship of Irene li, a minor.
Ordered that the fourteenth account
of A. F. Judd, guardian, be ap
proved. TREATMENT OF CORNS.
Some corns arc so painful that
neither paint nor plaster can be en
dured, something of the nature of a
shield alone giving relief. For such
cases us these the following wrinkle
may bo appreciated : Take a corn
shield, enlarge the diameter of the
hole to a small extent by means of a
knife or scissors, and apply in the
usunl way. Then place in the hol
low thus formed over the corn a
small quantity of any of the follow
ing solutions: Salicylic ncidand ext.
cannabis hid. dissolved in ether, or
ext. camabias iiulica j drachm
dissolved in 2 dmchms of
liquor potnssiu, or a sat
in ated solution of iodine or iodide of
potash in strong alcohol. The shield
does tho double service of taking the
pressure of the boot off the corn,
and at the same time preventing the
liquid being nibbed off by the sock,
while all of these solutions pene
trate the skin much more rapidly
than the usual collodion preparation,
and are consequently more effective
in their operation. The saturated
solution of iodine often succeeds in
removing corns and indurated epid
ermis when other remedies have failed
and the wcll-kuown solvent action of
liquor potassnj is a sulllcient creden
tial to induce for it at least a trial.
The Chemist and Druggist, London.
POINTS ON SPORTINC.
Henry Sampson, proprietor and
editor-in-chief of the London Re
feree, the recognized authority in
Lnglnnd on all sporting matters,
was an arrival by the last steamer
from Australia. Although his dark
hair and mustache are slightly
tinged with the color of time, Mr.
Sampson still looks young and full
of energetic flic, and the bright
sparkle in his clear gray eyes indi
cates many more years of usefulness
for their possessor.
"We have a better lot of horses
in England now than at any time
withiu my recollection," said he
last evening to a Chronicle re
porter. "Ormonde, the horse which
won the two greatest races for sev
eral years the last Derby and the
2000 guinea (race ranks iirst, and I
must suy he is the best I have seen
for years. Previous to these two
races the horses Minting, Saraband
and The Bard were regarded as the
lincst in England, but Ormonde met
them all this year and beat them
easily. He is owned by the Duke
of Westminster, whom I consider to
be the most honorable sporting man
in all Britain. Ormonde's sire, Bend
Or, also the property of the Duke,
won the Derby of 1880, which was
ouo of the sensations of tho day.
Never having seen any of your
American races, I am not prepared
to make any comparison between
your horses-and our own, but I will
say that tho best course I ever saw
run was won by Foxhnll three sea
sons ago. He was greatly handi
capped, too, cat lying a very heavy
penalty. In fact, in the second
race he canied the heaviest weight
yet imposed to victory. While in
Australia I noticed a vast difference
between tho racing there and nt
home. There the jockeys ride hard
from post to finish in the effort to
make fast time, while in England
the jockeys start moderately and
save their animals for the heavy and
decisive woik on the homestretch.
You see, we never time our racers
in England. There is no such per
son as an oilleinl timekeeper, and
nobody else over thinks of timing a
horse. AVc consider that tho art of
jockeyship lies in having a horse at
the start, letting him go almost at a
hand canter until the homestretch is
reached, to that he mny have more
power and dash for the finish. Our
great jockey, Fred. Archer, is
looked upon as a wonder for the
work he can bring out of a horse on
the last hundred yards, which pre
viously wns seemingly benten."
S. V. Chronicle, July' 13th.
rpiIE undersigned is prepared to fur.
JL iiieli specimens of all the
"Forns of the Hawaiian Islands
at reasonable rules.
CouiplHi; Collocfloii emlirnc.
lug 14U varieties representing 20 families
prepared to order only. These collections
display ontiiu fronds of each fern with
roots mid other Important parts of each
plant. Collections embracing from 20
to 80 varieties elegantly mounted and
decorated with mosxes, lichens nnd sea
weeds pcculiur to tho IslumlB always on
hand nt Muun. King Uros.' Art more,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Puckugea of the spores of all varieties
of ferns found in the group for sale.
These packages am guaranteed to contain
fresh spores and aru securely put up and
accurately named. Price per packet 10
Pamphlet containing particulars In
leferenco to living plants, with u cata.
lugiiu of the ferns mailed to nny uddreits
within the Postal Union upon receipt of
5 cent stump. AddiebS,
V. L. CLARICE,
87 Honolulu, Ouliu, H. I.
MONET TO LOAN.
IN amounts of $100 and upwards.
Good security required. Apply to
.1. ALFHbD MAGOON.
05lf 43 Mciclmnt areci, Honolulu.
NOTICE Is hcieby given, tlmt I liavo
this day revoked my pnncrnf At
torney to Apall, ilaliil STih day of Do
comber, 18t0, recorded librr 07, page
223. in Register Office, HmioIiiIii.
Dated Honolulu, July 17, lBfcO. 81 1m
Found Horse und Saddle.
ALIGHT CREAM horse branded
K N on left hind leg, four white
feet, with saddle. The owner can have
him by paying advertisement nnd feed
ing, etc. Cull nt
85 lw Punchbowl street.
The White House,
Wo. 118 Niiunnu Street,
Private Family Hotel,
TcrniB IicnBonnblc. FlrstClass
MRS. J. VIERRA, Proprietress.
THE undersigned, having this iluv
leased to GEOltOE CAVANAGH,
of Honolulu, tho Honolulu Btuani Laun
dry, notice is hereby given that the said
George Cavnnagh alone is icsponslble
for all debts cntrnclcd hv the paid
George Cavanagh for tho bald Laundry
from and after this date.
W. C. PARKE,
Assignee of J. F. McLaughlin.
Honolulu. June 17,1880. CO
SUPREME COURT of the Ha
waiinn Islands. In the matter of
the Bankruptcy of C. AlUII. At Clmm.
hers, before Mr. Justice McCully.
Ordered that citation issue to said C.
A pail to appear before said Justico at
Chambers at 10 a.m. of
Wednesday, July 28th inst.,
for determination of the question of the
bankruntcv of said O. Annii on nctltion
Dated July 22, 1880.
UY THE COUUT.
J. H. Bkist, 2nd Deputy Clerk. 88 4t
Inter-Islanl S. f Co.,
The .Best Ifcoiite
to tho World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and ttaunch
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
Friday, July 28rd.
The stenmer passes along the cntiio
coast of the leownrd side of HawM!, nf.
fording tourists a panorama of charm
ing scenery, aud will stop nt Kcnluhe
kuu Bay, where sufficient lime is allow
ed to visit (he Monument of Captain
Tourists by this route reaih 1'unnluu
nt C o'clock on the duy after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, making the entire lmssacc in
smooth water. At Punaluu there Is tho J
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists v ill be conveyed
by railroad to Pahshi, thence by ptago
coach to Hulf.wuy House, wheie horcs
aud guides will he in attendance to con
vey them to the Volcano.
Tourists will have two nights and one
whole day at tho Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
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Fort street, or at the office of the 1. 1 fc.
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BST We also invito parties Intending
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drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
to call on us before going elsewhere.
Tie Crystal Soda Worts,
P. O. Uox 807, Honolulu.
Binco establishing our Mission In thin
city, we hnvo frequently been solicited
to procure lnrgcr and more convenient
quarters for worship nd Bible cluss,
quite a number expressing themselves
as willing to contribute toward the
necessary expense. We have now so.
cured the building on Fort street, for
merly used as a gymnasium, thus Incur,
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hut now, vhereer one is to be found, ic
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People huve come eighteen mile" lo get
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jVfler Muny Vur.
"Whittle-Io.Womls, near Chorlev,
"December 20, 1893.
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A-ftui Hlxteen Ynui's.
"05, Neivgntu Bticet, Worksop, Nott?,
"December 20lh, 11:83.
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"(Ilford Itoad Dlsiiensnry, Duklnfleld,
May a, 1884.
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H iriy FRO. WW EA8Xwoo J.B."