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Einbioklery Chenille, Arrasene, Rib
bosenc, Embroidery Silk, Zephyr
and Worsted in all shades at the
CSrUcnls l-'i'ic Clothing and Fur
nishing Goodt, lints, Shoes, Trunks,
Valises, Etc., go to the Leaders of
Cheap Trices, the Aiicadd.
CIS-Do not fail lo c-u at tho
Anc.tir. and examine the Splendid
Slock of Einbtoidercd Suits at re
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TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1838.
SS Alameda iiom San Francisco en
route lov the Colonies
Stun- Surprise horn Hawaii
Selir Slnvy Foster from Kukalau
Selir Caimto from Kimn
Stun-Iwnltml from llnmnkun
Stmr Wnluimmlo f i om Rwn
riclir Linu fumi Kolmlii
Sclir Kunlkemmll fioni llnwnll
Schr Ive An Hon fiom ilnw nil
Selir Saruli it Ellzsi fiom Kookui
Selir W'nilcle ftom Kuan
Sclir Knatokul from Kmul
.Tunc 12 -Sttnr
V a Hall from Maul ami Hawaii
S S Alnmciln for tlic Colonics :il 5 r in
Stmr Klnau for llilo ami way ports at 4
Stmr Llkpliko for Ktilmlul ami way
pons at i i) m
S S Tii1iiago Maru for .1 man
Stmr MoUolli for JIoloKai
buhr Lualil for Kohalsi at 4 p m
Pehr ary for llaimlul nt 1 p ni
Stmr 0 It Hi-hup for Walamio ami Wni-
iiluiiatO a m
Stmr Walalualc for Kauai at 5 p in
Stun' .las Malice for Knpi at i p m
Sclir MiimioUsi:il fiom ICoolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Jlil.alialu for Kauai at 5 p in
From San FranuS'-co. nor S S Al.i-
liicdn, Juuu 10 G 1. HMiop. 1'rot O.i
niiiis, W'llllo i oinwall, II G Graubu
and wile, 11 N Ciiibue, wUc ami two
chlldicii. M 11 Crawfoid, US X; Tl
Cii'Miilng. Mr Iv Cooper and two
cliildii'U, Mrs L V Dickson and I'migli
tcr, Mr- T S Douyla-, is T Dowiloll
and elillil, Mis-e-, I)o-ett (:!). S C
Emms I T I'.van-. S (J Kan- jr, Hov II
11 Gage, M. S Giiinbiiini and wife, (.apt
G V Gailand, 1 M London, ?t is
Paul Xciliimiiu, DTXotli-j, Win .iiv
idi;e, Miss M U Mclsun, Mberr Htrauch.
Mins ubelTjbcr, Ml G J Waller, 'J
children and nuic, Mis MAUaler
burv, Mrs V Williams, .1 X Woods and
wife. Miss Maiy 1, W'ooiK Mis .Icssio
Tj Woods, li l)oujlieri.v and 12 -teor-Hge;
I! cabin and 10 slcci age for Auck
land, and u'J cabin and iG steeinge for
"For the (Colonic, per S S Alameda,
Juno 10 Prof Dicken on and wife, Miss
May P.iu.Ut, Mr and A'rs ' are.
CARGOES FftoivTlaLAND PORTS.
Stmr Iwalani ISO!) bgs sugar.
On Mav 1.1, of p.ualysis, Mrs M. S
Iluddy of Xew Hetlunil, ilass., aged
78, mother of Wr. II. Iluddy of this city.
In San l-'r.ineisco, Cal.. Juno 1st, Ju
lie IleeUwith, wife of E. M. WaUh.
P.iia, Maui, and sister of Mi'. K.O. Ua
moii, aged 2! year-. Mineral services
will bo held at the Central Union
Church, on Wednesday, June lllth, at
4 p. m.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Tun police kept good order at the
A gold ling awaits its owner at
the Station House.
, Tnr.nr. weic 105 eases to bo tiied
in tho Polico Couit to-day.
The aiiests up to noon to-day
were two common nuisances.
A nouso is advertised to let at tho
corner of Fort and Ktikni sheets.
Tun Kinnu will leave on Monday
tbe 18th on her volcano tiip.
The U. S. Tienton, expected here
tills month, lias been detained at
Mil. F. H. llayseklen did not 10
turn by tho Alaincd.i. Hois in South
Past Aesistant Surgeon M. II.
Crawfoid nuivod on tho Alameda to
join tho Vandalia.
Mibb Doiu Wiloy, a well known
Boston soprano, was a thioiigh pas
Bjnger on tho Alameda.
Capt. Louis Kenipil', lato of tbe U.
S. Adams, is likely to bo appointed
to Main Island Navy Yaid.
3In. llany Luce, gon of Iho lato
Capt, Luce, h.ib been appointed De
imty Sheiill'for tho islaiul of Hawaii.
Tim: Uum.i:tin is under obligation
for newsp.ipeis and otlicr fagots to
3Ir. Sutton, (puist'i' of tho Alameda),
.Mr. A. iM. ilowelt, Hie Hawaiian
Nowo Agency, and It. W. Lainc, Esq.
Many lbaukn, gontleincn.
On next Haturd.iy nfloinoon, tlnf
l.ldios of St. Andtew'u Cathedral will
give u gatdon paity at St. Andrew's
Piiory. Tho proccedu will bo devoted
lo pitying for a hydraulic oigan
blower, now on tho way from Is'ow
A niTV yardH foot mico took place
at tho l'nik yobtoulny afternuon he
tweon Col. Jankoa and .Mr. K. 1).
Tonnoy. Tho Colonel got tho best
of tho Btait and finished tho distance
alone. Tho stakes ! a side, weio
held by a woll known editor.
Wit, Melton 1'iior, tho well known
artist and correspondent of the Illus
trated Loudon Xuwh, was a thiough
passenger by tho Alameda, on louto
to tho Melbourne Exposition. Din
ing the etoniiior'H stay in poit Mi.
l'rior vibitcil llio innny points of in
terest in and mound Honolulu. He
also iimdo tovontl skotclies which
will probrtbly appear in future mini'
bow of llio papgr bp lgprofeonts,
Tun Zcalaiidia is expected lo bring
a large colored minstrel troup.
Mn. II. J. Xollo bus been confined
his house to-dny through illness.
Mns. Flotcnco Williams, tho read
er, came to Honolulu on tbe Ala
Who has a cottage for sale? con
sult an advertisement in to-day'a
Haht & Co. of tho Elite parlors
served out somo capital lefieshmcnta
at the Park yestciday,
Mit. II. S. Tiegloan's case was nol.
pros'd by request of the Attoiney
Geneial, in the Police Court this
A dividend of $10 per share will
be payable to-moirow to the stock
holder of Giove Itauch Plantation,
at the olneo of Castle it Cooke.
Titn Mics M. K., A. IC. and E. J.
Dowsctt, daugbli'ts of llio Hon. and
Mis. J. 1. Don sett, iclurncd home on
tho Alameda for a vacation.
Uni)i:u the auspices of the Central
Union Chinch a most enjoyable
Sunday School picnic was held at
"Sweet Home," yesterday.
A dividend of !?15 per sharo will
bo payable to-moiiow, to tho stock
holders of the Kolinlu Sugar Co., at
the ofiico of Castle & Cooke.
Natives with bleared eyes and
stiiugs of faded iloweis lcininiscen
ces of ye-teiday's conviviality weie
fcen about town this morning by the
FonmoN and local news, as vell as
oditoiial articles have been held over
on account of weakness in tho com
posing stall', caused by tho 11th of
Tin: Honoiulus beat tho Stais by
10 runs in tbe baseball match S.itui
ilay afternoon. The scoie stood at
the end of tho game, Honolulu 10,
II. li. M. S. Caroline, C.ipt. Sii
William Wiseman, Hart, lias anived
at Esquiinault fiom Honolulu. Sho
was to go on the diy dock lo be
cleaned and then leave for Behrings
While the Band was playing a
niaieh at the races yesteiday, Band
master Beigcr lesigned his baton in
favor of Mr. Wilder Wight, the little
fellow keeping pcifect time.
The person who walked ofT with a
horse, saddle and bridle, from tho
lesidence of Mr. Clarence Macfar
lane last evening will bo heartily
thanked if lie will leturn it.
Pnoi'ESfeoii Cuuaus, the Giecian
conjurer, lias ai rived, and intends
exhibiting his skill to the peoplo of
Honolulu. His Iir.st appearance will
be at the Opei.i House next Satur
day night. Full particulars later.
. p .
The Honolulu Social Club btill
flourishes. The memhciship is 80,
and theie is a standing list of appli
cants for mcnibetship, to fill vacan
cies as fast as they occur. The dance
given by this club last evening was
Mn. J. M. Macdonald, formerly in
the employ of Messrs. A. S. Clegliorn
& Co., hub turned up again in Hono
lulu, after an absence of eight years.
Dining this penod Mr. Macdonald
has been doing newspaper woik in
New Zealand, Austialia, Fiji and
EVEHTS OH MONDAY.
Drill of Co. B Honolulu Rilles, at
Meeting of Geo. W. He Long
Post (I. A. U..in Harmony Hall, at
7 :."i0 o'clock.
Meeting of Excelsior Lodge I. O.
O. F., in it3 hall King street, at
Meeting of Court Lunalilo No.
GG00 A. O. of F., in the hall of
Oaliu Lodge K. of P., at 7:00
Meeting of Pacific Hose Co. No. 1
lit their hall, at 7:.')0 o'clock.
Meeting of Kaineliamoha Lodge
of Perfection, at 7 o'clock. Work
in thiid degree.
W. S. Gilhoit'athiee acts comedy,
'Engaged," presented at tho Opern
House, Saturday evening, by a
number of Honolulu amateurs, was
well played. The house wai filled
with an audience who enthusiasti
cally applauded every brilliant ef
fort, paid implicit attention through
out, mid "as from nil nppcaianccs,
thoroughly satisfied with tho whole
performance. Each individual actor
and actress played his and her res
pective part so well, that all merit
ed commendation. Tho comedy,
which is decidedly light yet spicy,
is, well suited for an amateur com
pany, and was doubly intcrcbiing
Satuiday evening, because those
who took part wero well known to
most of the nudioncc. The actresses
wero: Miss II. Park, Miss Rose
Makee, Miss Jano Hare, Mjss An
nie Walker, and Miss Minnie Brown ;
and the aetoni: Mr. F. 1'. Hastings,
Mr. E. F. llihhop, Mr. J. F. Brown,
and Mr. V. M. Maefarland. Pres
sure of matter lo-day prevents a
more extended and minute notice.
A lepetiiion of the play would he
IF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advertise in the Daily Bulleihj.
An Interesting Series of Events at
A Large Attendance !
The principal attraction of the
11th of June was, of course, the
races ut Knpiolanl P.uk. These
took place tinder the auspices of the
Hawaiian Jockey Club, being their
fifth annual meeting. At an early
hour the route leading to the Park
was dotted with pedestrians, hacks,
busses, horse-riders, all wending
their way to enjoy a day's sport.
The weather was all that could be
desired, a nice breeze blowing
across tho track. The latter was
011I3' in fair condition for racing.
By the time the first race started,
lOt-lo a. m. o'clock, the grand
stand and tho several private stands
were crowded with spectators. II.
R. 11. Princess Kaiulani, His Excel
lency Governor Dominis, Hon. A.
S. Cleghoin, Hon. W. G. and Mrs.
Irwin, Members of the Legislature,
and several of the officers of the
men-of-war were among those pre
sent. The Royal Hawaiian Band
discoursed appropriate selections of
music during the day. The Jockey
Club kept "open house" and enter
tained a large number of invited
guests. Tho Secretary, Mr. C. O.
Derger had been so caieful with his
arrangements that everything went
off without a hitch. 'The officials
were: Judges, Dr. J. S. McGrew,
Frank S. P. alt and F. P. Hastings;
Stutter, Chas. B. Wilson; Assistant
Starter, J. I. Dowselt Jr. ; Clcik of
the Course, Major W. II. Cornwell ;
Timekeepers, Jas. G. Spencer, E.
Muller and T. S. Kay; Saddling
paddock, E. R. Miles. A woid ot
piaise is due Mr. Wilson for the
capital manner in which he started
the laces. Following is a summary:
1st QUEEN'S PLATE. S100.
KrXXIXU RACL-i Mile Dash.
Fiee lor all.
1 Waterford Stables, s.m. Queen
Ivapiolani, vrs, 115 lbs, Noble.
2 D. II. Davis' b. si. Hancock,
aged, 120 lbs, Leonard.
There was a slight delay before
the race,caused by Queen Ivapiolani
breaking her bit. A new one had
to be obtained by her jockey. They
got away to a good start, the Queen
taking a slight lead. On Hearing
the quarter pole Hancock closed up
the gap and a fine race ensued up
the stretch, the Queen holding hei
own and winning 1)3' a length. Time
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP, $100 addod
RCXXIXO ItACB 1 Mile Dash.
For Hawaiian bied horses owned
by members of the Jockey Club.
Cup to become the pioperty of tho
one winning It twice.
1 E. R. Miles' b. g. Wonder, -1
yrs, 110 lbs, Raphael.
2 Keaiia Ranch's g. m. Jennie
B, ." yrs, 117 lbs, Howson.
3 Waterford Stables' g. h. Con
spiracy, o years, 102 lbs, Leonard.
1 Waterford Stables' b. g. Ivan
hoe Jr., 1 yrs, 1 1.") lbs, Noble.
A splendid start, Jennie B taking
the lead, Wonder second and Ivan
hoe Jr. last. At the three-quarter
pole Jennie B was four lengths
ahead. Nearing the half-mile post
Jennie B's lead was decreased some
what and Ivanhoc Jr. took a better
position. Entering the homestretch
Wonder took a slight lead which
was incicasod to a length about fifty
yards fiom tho post. There Jennie
15 made a despeiate effort but
Wonder passed under the wiie a
winner by a head, Conspiraoj- was
third, two lengths behind Jcnnio li.
Tiuio I :f)l.
3id KING'S PI ATE, S75.
TJSOTTIXO and PA OIXG RACE
For Hawaiian hied horses onlj to
harness Milo Meals, best U In li.
1 J. F. Colburn's b.g. Stranger,
2 F. P. Ilasling's b. g. Billy,
!J F. L. Winter's s. g. hole, dis.
Stranger driven by Mr. Ii. R.
Miles won both heals easily. Time
Itli-KAttEHAMCIIA PLATE, 51.00.
RUXXIXU RACi: 14 .Mile Dash.
Free for all. If but one starts (0
1 Kealin Rnnoli b. in. Mattio M,
1 years, 1HJ lbs, Howson.
21). II. DaviB h. st. Hancock,
aged, 12a lbs, Leonard.
Mattie M took a slight load at tho
start and in passing the stand the
thst thno was a length ahead. Near
the half nulu post Hancock drew up
slightly, but soon afterwards fell
behind. Mattie M held her own
and flnnlly won by a good length.
Thno 2 ill.
Glh-KAPIOLANI PARK PIATE. 5150.
TROTTING- and PACING ItAOK
Milo Ileus, bcht a In 5, Fico for
all. All houos having a iccoid of
::!0 or better to go to wngoii.
1 D, II. Davis b. bt. Albert L,
12 2 1.
II. J. Aguevv's b.g. Mink 3 1 1
K. Hi Miles' cli.g. Elmo, 2 dls.
Tim renult of this race caused
groat dUimtWuothjii among Hie
siieotatorB, in aut, 16 was pretty
ftfiPvY hc Ahcadf you ccn btty
'Vliito and Coloied Laces at priecn
that will astonish you. Those Goods
have never been offered so cheap
before in this Kingdom.
generally considered a swindle.
Time 2:42, 2:36, 2:42?, 2:45J.
Glh HONOLULU PLATE, $75.
RUNNING RACE 3 Mllo Dash.
Open to .ill 3-ycar old Hawaiian
bred horses only.
1 Waterford Stables' g. h. Con
spiracy, 3 voara, 118 lbs, Noble.
2 D. H. Davis b. f. Lytiy L,
3 years, 118 lbs, Leonard.
3 J. I. Dowsett Jr.'sch. f. Lady
Lnngford, 3 years, 118 lbs, Raphael.
Conspiracy tnok the lead at start
ing, with Lady Langford second.
On the lower stretch Lydy L im
proved her position and at the
quarter pole was binding. Fifty
yards from the winning post Noble
bi ought up Conspiracy with a fine
rush and she just defeated Lydy L
on the post. Jockey Noble was ap
plauded for ids lino display of rid
ing. Time 1:22$.
7th ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP, $100
RUNNING KACK 1 Milo D.1M1.
Fiee for all. Winner to beat the le
eoid of "Anglo A," l:l5i. To bo
run for annually.
I Waterford Stables' s.m. Queen
Ivapiolani, o years, 117 ibs, Noble.
2 Keaiia Ranch's b. 111. Aman
dine, ii years, 117 lbs, Howson.
They went away lo a splendid
statt, the Queen taking a slight lead.
Retwcen tho one-half and three
quarter mile post3 it was seen that
Amandine was gradually falling be
hind and at last stopped, her jockey
dismounting. Queen Kapiolani fin
ished alone. Time l:flA. It ap
pears that Amandine was slightly
lame before the race and her owner
gave instructions to the jockey to
pull her up if he found the lameness
troubled her during the progicss of
the lace. Howson acted upon these
instructions as stated above. It is
doubtful if Amandine will ever bo
able to race again.
ath-HAVAIIAN HOTEL STABLE'S PURSE
OF $100 AND CUP addod.
RUNNING RACU-4 Mile Heals
hc-l !! in it. Hawaiian biedhoiscs.
Cup to bi come the pioperty of the
winner two eonseciithc yens.
1 N. Perry's g. st. Waterford
Colt, aged, 120 lbs. A. Perrv,
1 d. h.
2 Keaiia Ranch g. in. Jennie B.
5 .years, 113 lbs. Howson, 3 d. li.
3 Ke.ilia Ranch b. m. Nettie T.,
3 years, 102 Ibs. Willie, 2 3.
Time 51, 32, 33J,
In the 1st heat a beautiful start was
effected, Nettie T. taking the lead.
At the quarter pole Waterford was
leading and passed the post first be
half a length.
Nettie l'. again took tho lead in
tho bccond heat but Waterford did
not let her hold it long. Coming up
the stretch Jennie B. closed up with
Waterford and a splendid race en
sued ending in a dead heat. On
running off a line start was made
Willi Nettie T. in the lead. After
passing the quarter polo Waterford
went to the front and coming along
in fine style beat Jennie 15. at the
finish by a good length, Nettie T. a
0!h JOCKEY CLUB POST MATCH.
Swi:i:i'.staki:s of $L'. TKO'JTING
and PACING KACE Mile Heats,
best 2 hi a.
This event was declared off.
lOlh LUNAMAKAAINANA PURSE, $75.
RUNNING RACU 3 Mile Dash.
Fiee for all.
1 D. II. D.iYis' b. st. Hancock,
aged, 120 lbs. Leonard.
2 Keaiia Ranch b. in. Mattie M,
I years, 1 13 lbs. Howson.
3 Waterford Stables s. 111. Queen
Kapiolani, 5 years, 113 lbs., Noble.
There was some delay at starting
owing to Queen Kapiolani's restivc
ncss. The Queen at one time gave
a sudden jump and her jockey to
save himself vaulted neatly out of
the baddlu to the ground. AYlien
they did get off Hancock took the
lead willi Mattie M. close behind.
At the half milo post the Queen
passed Mtittic M. and began to
draw up to Hancock. A good race
ensued round the lower stretch, their
positions being unchanged. As the
quarter pole was passed Mattie M.
impiovcd her position and looked
like a winner, but Hancock sailed
along and finally won a capital race
by a length, Queen Kapiolani third
a length and a half behind Mattie
M. Time 1:18.
llth-PONY RACE, $75.
J Jos. Tinker's bl. in. Nettie, -1
2 E. R. Miles' g. f. Bcllo, 3
Win. Brown's Mollie was entered
for this race and appeared at llio
starling post; but being oer 11
hands was disqualified. Both Nettie
and Belle weie ridden by diminu
tive native boys. Nettie got the
lead at the slai't, and Belle swerv
ing, she soon wa3 many lengths
ahead. After leaving the three
quarter pole Belle went in hot pur
suit of Nettie and at the half-mile
post was only a length in the rear.
Tho effort told on hor and Nettie
running well won at the finish by
ten lengths. Time 2:11,
A'nn.vjioN is dt.iwn tn the adver
tisement of the Kandt'is Baggage
ISxprewj Co., which appear in this
issue, indicating as it docs inei eased
f icilitios by this firm for mipplying
the public wants in tho business ut
common uaineis. Mcserii. banders
& Cutter hu, obtained the btuinctui
funnel ly conducted by Mr. N. F
Uurutuu. and will onduavor to nluao
old nations niid (Mcpeot 1Q obtain
EXCURSION TO PEARL RIVER.
Early yesterday morning, a group
of legislators were assembled at the
old Custom House wharf. Soon
they were joined hy others, and still
others, until they numbered about
twenty. Alongside of the wharf
lay the little steamer Ewa, quietly
awaiting for some one to move the
"previous question" and embark for
an exclusion to Pearl river.
After a while the excursionists
had all arrived, and the order was
given "All aboard." The gang
plank was hauled In, lines cast
adrift, and the steamer's head point
ed for sea. Some of the paity o
preferred going by sail einbaiked
on board their yachts, and all were
off for a day's outing at lwa. The
parly was composed of His Excel
lency Jona. Austin, Minister of For
eign Affairs ; His Excellency L. A.
Thurston, Minister of the Interior;
His Honor S. B. Dole, Associate
Justice of the Supreme Com I; Dr.
Emerson, President of tho Board of
Health; Hons. II. Watei house, W.
E. Foster, M. Robinson, II. A.
Townsond, D. II. Hitchcock, W. O.
Smith, H. Deacon, G. N. Wilcox,
A. S. Wilcox, W. II. Rice, F. Ray,
J. D. Paris, Helekunihi, Lnhiau,
Pnehaolc. Nawahine and Kamr.i,
W. L. Wicox, interpreter; J. A.
Magoon, Clerk of the House, and a
Arriving at Peari river the steamer
cruised around the lagoons, giving
the picnicers a line view of the dif
ferent landings and a most enjoyable
sail in smooth water, liming done
this she headed for Hoaeae, which is
at the head of the most westerly
lagoon, and is the landing place for
Mr. Mark Robinson's ranch. Ar
riving there, the picnicers were
taken ashore and pioceeded to the
residence of the malinger of the
ranch, Mr. Campbell, who is a brother-in-law
of Mr. Robinson. Mr.
Campbell was in Honolulu, but at
the request of Mr. Robinson had
kiudly left the house open and at
the disposal of the party.
Everything had been previously
ai ranged for the comfort and enter
tainment of tho guests, and in a
few minutes after the arrival of the
party, the word was passed along
to '-fall in" for dinner. Such a
dinner and such a hungry lot of
diners, had never been seen before
at Hoaeae. The repast was served
a la Hawaiian, on the ground undci
lnrge shade trees, and was mo-t
thoioughly enjoyed by all. Hardly
had our party (unshed dining, when
a second party of 29, composed of
eatnpeis who had been down in the
bay, some since Saturday, and some
since Sunday morning, arrived on
the scene, and the bame extraor
dinary development of appetites
was displaj'ed, as by our own party,
a shoit time before.
After all had satisfied the inner
man, tho spacious verandahs of tho
house were sought, and in reclining
chairs, and otlicr comfoi table le
ocptaelcs, a majority of llio party
enjoyed the fragrant weed, and in
dulged in social converse.
At about 3 p. in. the yachtsmen
began to disappear towaids the
shore, and by 3:30 p. in. they had
all embarked and were under weigh
for Honolulu. Fiom the elevated
position of the house a fine view was
had of the lagoon, and a prettier
sight than the eight vessels sail
ing out of the bay together, has sel
dom been seen from that place.
About -1 p. in. the paity I hat was
to return by the steamer rel'ielantlj
left the house, regretting that the
hour had arrived to make a start for
home. By 1 :20 p. m. all wore on
board the little steamer, and sho was
pointed for Honolulu.
Nothing of special intciest tran
spiied until we weio outside of the
reef, and the steamer's head was
turned eastward. Then the yachts
were all in sight, and considerable
excitement and speculation was
rife as to which one of the vessels
would get into poit first, and how
many wc would pass, and come in
The trade winds were blowing
strong and somo of the vessels had
all they could do to et-ind up to it
under all sail, while others weie ob
liged to reef.
The little steamer kept btendily
011 lier way and passed four of the
vessels ouUide, and one in tho har
bor of Honolulu, only two of tho
whole Heel arriving before her, and
they only a few minutes. We were
soon alongside of thu wharf and de
limited once more, thoroughly pleas
ed with tho whole trip, which was a
grand success, and for many of us
a completo ovation. The tlianka of
the wholo party, individually and
collectively, wero tendored Mr.
.Mark Robinson and Mr. Henry
Watei house, to whoso kindness and
attention the success of tlio oxeur
hIoii was mainly due.
Tin: S. S. TakasaKo Maru will il
foi Yokuhumn at -1 oVluek this after
noon. Sim will take 327 pui-m-iigOM,
Chinese and Jnj . mcee, jnoiij women
and children, and also H native bred
Iiuims, shipped for Yokohama by tflo
.bipaiuto ('umiiiliuo at Honolulu.
To my Uluko, came to this oflico
thin iiioriiiiii? and repotted tlmF a
burglar cuteied his house at the cor
ner of Beretunitv and Punchbowl
ntlfl-U. ut 3 o'eluek thin uitimin.'. unit
stole $3 from bin cluth'S l.tiuguna
chuir. loin gave a rbuco, but could
nut cnleh hiui tint! no polioemiui
rcinwulwl lo tlTo cry yt "haul m."
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
adies. Please Take Notice !
TWO WEEKS ONLY 1
Laflios' MM DnJterw, Lais' MM Merwear
In Dalbrigan, Meii.ioa and India Gauze at a
3 JEREVJ? R JS 2 UOTION
Received by last steamer a 1'iue and Rlegant Lino of
Boys' and ChUdrens' Clothing
Which 1 ollVr al
BED ROOK PRICES
Received diiect from New York and l'hil.iriclphm a Fine Line of
Gents', Ladies' & Gliildieiis' Shoes 1
OR EAT HAROAIXS IN
LADIES' BLACK SiLEC HOSE !
a EyLswL yd & y I Of i oL
o I'.'IR THE ..
1S3 ZiZSL'JO TWO 'WSSSESJS -B2
To clo-o ii; ; eciihigim.ent of
FRENCH SILKS and LACES !
Black Shadamos reduend from $2 50 to $1 75.
Blnclc Grosgriun reduced from SI 75 to Si 25.
Black Spanish' Flouncing reduced from S3 00 to $2 GO.
Ote M lis ni iMhfisiM i Pripii
Are receiving- by eveiy incoming steamer from San
Fiiiiiiui Glirs, Pianos, Mrs, Pictures,
Crockery Ware, Baby Carriages,
Bird Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Eto.
Fancy Goods ! Fancy Goods I
NEW STYLES IX
Woldonjlho Installment Dais'.
iftTRASSHS, CORNICES & FRAMES
Ahvaya on Hand and Made to Order.
( Warranted Singers.)
FOR SALE AT
6. WEST & 008, m M Slreu
Irwin &- Co.