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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
" Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw KxchauRo on the
Buulc ol Ouliroruiu, S. IT,
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, iiONO KONO.
Messrs. N. M. llothsohtld & Bon, London
Tito Conunarcinl Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Hunk Co.. of Sydney,
The Hank of New 'Zealand: Auckland,
ChrlstoUuich, and Wellington,
Tho 13auk of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Pankltii liuaiuwa.
T n r:
Pledged to neither Sect nor I'arly,
But established for the benefit of all.
"WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1888.
Noble Hitchcock has given notice
of n bill to abolish the passport sys
tem and the two-dollar tax imposed
on people coming into the country.
This is business and progress all in
one. The honorable member is not
given largely to the creation of bills
or to making numerous speeches in
the House, but wheu he does break
through his usual reticence, it is to
some purpose. I Ic is entitled to the
respect and admiration of the coun
try for his effort to make it a free
country, and if lie succeeds in ac
complishing what he attempts, he
will deserve everlasting gratitude
and a monument. Go ahead, IUr.
Hitchcock, and may you succeed.
The passport is a relic of thraldom,
and should be strangled and buried
so deep that it can never come to
LITERARY AND MUSICAL ErlTEK
TAINMENT. A literary and musical entertain
ment, out of the ordinary line or
entertainments designated by those
words, was given, la-t niarht, in the
old St. Andrew's Cathedral building.
The musical part was mostly illus
trative of the literary, just as
pictures appear in books to explain
the text. This was the peculiar
feature alluded to. Mrs. Florence
"Williams did the literary pari, and
Professor Yarndley, Miss Yon Holt,
Miss Dora Dowsctt, Mi3s M. Khodes,
and Miss C. Mist the musical. Alter
a duet by Mr. Yarndlov and "Mis.
Dowsctt violin and piano and a
vocal solo Shubcrt's Serenade by
Miss Dowsctt, the Rev. Geo. Wal
lace introduced Mrs. Williams to the
Mrs. Williams spoke on the liter
ature of the Victorian era ; that is,
the literature of the period of Queen
Victoria's reign. It was remarked
at the outset, that if the Victorian
era has not been remarkable for the
writing of history, it has been re
markable for the making of historv,
particularly in the line of literature.
Popularization and internationaliza
tion of literature were dwelt upon
as main and distinctive features of
the era. These two points were
interestingly treated and clearly
elucidated. Mrs. Williams is no
ordinary reader of literature, sim
ply familiarising her mind with, or
imbibing, the thought-, generated
and put into books by others, but
she is a thinker and rcasoner, which
was manifest from her treatment of
this part of her subject. Moreover,
she has ability to express her
thoughts clearly and fluently in
chaste and classical English. It was
a pleasure to listen to her presenta
tion of ideas, old and new, familiar
The latter and probably most in
teresting part of the lectin e, to the
majority of the listeners, was de
voted to the poets of the era.
Swinburne, Tennyson, drowning,
Eosetti, and Lqngfcllow were allud
ed to, and specimens of their com
positions recited or read. It was
here, too, that the musical illustra
tions were introduced. Some of the
songs of some of those poets were
sung, and very nicely sung, too, by
the young ladies before mentioned.
Mrs. Williams, instead of reciting
or reading tho song when it was
needed for illustration, would an
nounce it to be sung. Miss Von
Holt sang," "Home they brought
her warrior dead ;" Miss D. Dowsctt,
'TJio Brook," Miss C. Mist, "The
Rainy Day ;" and Miss M. Rhodes,
Mrs. Williams, in her concluding
observations, remniked that the
Victorian era has been signulizcd by
a more completo entrance of woman
into literaturo, and the result has
been the raising up of a class of
cultured and thoughtful women
more numerous and influential than
at any previous period. The good
and noble Queen Victoria was spoken
of in eulogistic words, to which
every true heart in that audienco
gave a responsive throb. Although
not a woman of exceptional intellec
tual capacity, tho Queen is a woman
with a well balanced mind, and a
"beautiful, beneficent life."
A verse of "God Save the Queen,"
in which the audience joined, closed
the entertainment. The proceeds
aro te bo devoted to' improving and
beautifying St. Andrew's Cathedral
THE FOURTH AT KAHUIUI.
The glorious Fourth was cele
brated at Knhultii, Maui, by a se
ries 61 hoi so races under tho aus
pices of the Kahuhu Racing Associa
tion. The weather was Hue and the
attendance of spectators was ex
ceedingly large. The half mile
track was in fair condition. The
ofllcials were as follows :
Judges II. (.). Trcadway, II. 11.
Pluner and M. J. McLane. '
Stailcrs L. Yon Tempsky and
Clerk of the course Major W.
Time keepers G. 1. Wilder and
W. J. Lowric.
Saddling paddock J. II. Sidl
ing. Following is the result of the
1. Running race, mile dash,
Tree for all Maui horses. Won by
W. F. Mossman's eh. in. Katie 15,
aged. 113 lbs. Time, 21 peconds.
'.'. Wailuku Cup, gfiO added, h
mile dash. Won bv 0. II. Broad's
s. g. Red Oak, l years, 115 lbs.
Time .")8A seconds.
The third race, the Waikapu Cup,
fiO added, was declared off.
1. Trotting race, 1 mile heats,
best 2 in V, to harness. J. II. Sel
ling's b. m. Lottie C. won the first
heat and the race in .":S..,1, distanc
ing her other two competitors.
5. Kahului Cup, $f0 added,
running race x mile dash. Won by
N. Perry's g. h. Waterford Colt,
aged. 120 lbs. Time 1:2GA.
C. Gents' riding race, 1 mile
dash. Won by D. Quills s. g. Jerry,
beating L. Yon Tcmpsky's wh. g.
Jim. Time 1 :J8.
7. Hawaiian Commercial and
Sugar Co.'s purse, $50 added. Run
ning race ' mile dash. Won by W.
II. CornweH's b. It. Hancock, hjcd.
120 lbs. N. Perry's Waterlord
Colt, second. Time 1 :2.".
8. Trotting race, I mile heats,
best 2 in 3. Won by E. R. Miles'
bl. h. Speculation Jr. in two straight
heals. Time :t:12 and 3:02.
H. Pony race, mile dash. A
dead heal between J. W. Kalua's
Ilinp.wela and Palaualelo's Wainkoa
Boy. On running off Ilinawela
won, but as he fouled Waiakoa Boy
the race was given to the latter;
time 1 :01. The owner of Ilinawela
appealed to the executive commit
tee, and after investigation they or
deted the race to be run over again
Tuesday, July 10th.
10. Mule race, . mile dash.
Won by L. Von Tcmpsky's Kula
Boy. Time 1:11.
During the afternoon a match was
made between W. II. Cornwell's
Conspiracy and N. Perry's Water
ford Coit to run one mile for $200 a
side. The event was oct for Tues
day, July 10th.
The schooner Ilaleakala arrived
from Pepeekeo this morning, after
a two weeks' battle with the weather.
She was compelled to leave Pepeekeo
twice and take shelter in llilo. The
sea was running high at Pepeekeo,
completely submerging the Ilalea
kala at times and threatening to
drive her ashore. The schooner
lost an anchor and chain duiiiit: her
stiugglos, and she could not wait for
a full load of sugar.
OFFICIAL REPORT OF SAILING
RAGE, JULY 7.
Loma Doon by Hatch and Dole:
Stait, 21i. 03m. 05s.; finish, 3h.
3:lm. 50s. ; lime, lit. 30m. -15s.
Yandalia by U. S. F. S. Vanda
lia: Start, 2h.'03in. 10s.; finish, 3h.
38m. 55s. ; time, Hi. 35m. -15s.
.luunita by J. A. Mngoon: Start,
21t. 03m. 13s. ; canied away peak
Nellie by Baird and Whitney:
Start, 21i. 01m. 15s.; finish, 3h.
31m. '10s. ; time, lit. 30m. 25s.
Pokii by W.F. Williams: Start,
2h. Of in. -15s. ; finish, 3h. 31m 05s. ;
time Hi. 29m. 20s.
Pauline by W.L. Wilcox : Start,
2h. 05m.; finish, 3h. 3!)m. 10s. ;
time Ih 31m. 10s.
Yandalia boat outside of line of
buoys, out of lace at the time of
Pokii, first; Lorna Doon, second.
J. A. Kino.
The following persons are booked
to leave by the S. S. Australia on
July 31st, for San Francisco: J. A.
Scott, T. R. Foster and wife, Mrs.
Knudscn, the Misses KiiikKoii (2),
the Misses Uggcrs (2), Mrs. S. G.
Wilder and family, O. F. Boardman
and wife, Arthur Brown, Horace
Hall, J. F. Brown, Mrs. Dudoit,
Miss Corney, Mrs. K. Ii, Fayer
weather and 2 children, Miss Annie
Walker, Miss L. Brie):vood, Miss
Maggie Walker, Mrs. Copt. Brown,
Miss N. Brown, Win. Foster and
wife, Miss 15. Paike, Miss Mooar,
Miss Stuart, Miss llerwin, II. ,7.
Aguew, wifo and child, Mrs. Amy
Crocker and maid, Miss Bender,
Miss Crouch, II. (lillig, Mrs. M. L.
Hall, A. W. pierce and wife, Mrs.
Ripley, Mrs. Crcssap and child, Mrs.
II. Burger and children, Theo. K.
nr.roiti; doi.i:, .i.
Tiji:suav, July 10th.
In re bankruptcy of G. On Chong
of Honolulu, Oahu.
Petition of L. Ahlo to be paid
claim for 3 mouths rent $120 in full.
Heard and decision reserved.
C. Creighton for petitioner; W.
C. Parko assignee for estnto of
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
On FRIDAY, July iStli At 12 noon,
At my Sale-room', corner of Queen and
Fort streets, I will sell nt
lOO btiloK ori'i-imclluy,
100 sks of Ground Bnrh'v, 400 aks
of llian, 100 sks of Choice Oat,
And 200 ancko of Middlings,
80 3t Auctioneer.
Auction Sales by James r. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
By order of Mr. T. Kruso I will sell at
On FRIDAY, July 18th, 1888,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At the Villi Piemlsi'P," Port street, the
entire fixtures. coinpriiuc
Side Brocket Lamp,
Counters, Long Dining Tables,
0uio Sent C' airs,
C inckciy ii Glassware, Cutlery,
P8ated-ware ! Castors !
1 1'inicd 1 i-Water Cont.iiiur,
tStuct Engraving'-, Piriu es,
1 Large and Convenient Refrigerator,
(with pipit. g thioucli'iut)
I Westwood Range & Utensils,
1 I'n cv Sirci'i Lump 1 II ntli-i,
Fnuvy lUiec Onjycs, &c,,'&v,.
,TAri. iP. 3JOKGAN,
CO lit Auctioned.
By order of W. F. Allen and J. I. Dow
sett, A'-ignce of t'.c Bankiiipl
J'Mnte of the I'rcific Navi
gation Co., I will ell at
On SATURDAY, July 14th, 88
At my Sitoioom, Queen s-tu-ct, ihc fo.
lowing deserib. d vessels:
The stmr Surprise,
lil 02-100 tonr, villi Machinery
tn got d oidm.
150 10 T, tn i 'Vl'U v m1 run l'C
trot icady lor a at n small
The sclir CANUTE, 108 90-100 tons,
" WAIHAI.U, 05 G9-100 tons,
" WAILELE, 45 73-100 tons,
YAIOLI, 40 08-100 tons,
WAIEHU, 60 37-95 tons,
Tern Ke Au Hon, 95 10-95 tons
Knoli vi'cl bus complete tet of Sails.
Anchor-, Olia'i 1 I'o n, ,c . .Vc:
The above Ve-t-cls t.ro well known in
tin: co'i-liii'. trade ami offer a disitablf
I'liunt', to bnyeis
I?1-" Tor fnttliur particulars apply to
the AssigntCi, or to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
SI Id Auctioneer.
BLOWN oviM- the Pali, nt the fl'ig
bl'ifT, a lied Morocco Pocket Hook,
contaiuine; photogutphs'. Tile tinder will
icceive tr' on iciurning same to the
Hawaiian Hotel. 90 lvv
TAS. S. McCANDLESS is hereby
t nivtn full piiwerot iittoiney to act
fm- me in all itiutlcii of buiincsb, during
my absence from the Kingdom
J. A. McOANDLESS.
Ilonolulii, July !t ISS'j 90 iw
A DIVIDEND of Twenty Dollms per
bhi'ru is duo and payable T1IIS
DAY to ihu ttockhohlers o'f the Grove
ltiiuoh Pluulation, at liio offleo of Castle
&, Cooke. .). 11. ATHEHTON,
Jlourlnlii, July 10, 18&8. 89 3t
WE hao again on hiind a few of
our exceptionally superior Surf
Uonts In hizes Irom 18 to si feet. As
these boats speak inr thennche, we in
vito iiitipcclion. Pilcu us low as any.
Wo have nho several 70 lb Clinker,
copper-fiibt, icercatioii boatf, with oars
and rowlocks, complete. Capable of
holding three porfous. Just ilia thing
for an Impromptu regatlii, t-piu uround
harbor, lake or river. Price from (50 to
00 dollais. Albu a light liaggngo Ex.
prctB with two portable cushioned scuts,
handy for biiblness or a family out of
town, and one strong Hand Cart. Cheap
for cubh, at J. A. DO WISH'S,
Pilntei's Lane, Punchbowl Bt.
Mutual Tele. No. H25, P. O. IloxNo.450.
ssMi Tn!?r i"cm,scs off ,: n:
jt&iKa X More, coiner of Piiljoi
Baiind Ueictiuiiu slieet-. For
pniicuhiM cnqttiiu at 11. .More & Co.,
Jving htrcet. 0J tl
f-??; rPV.O (I ,i)D
JSesjErav , H."!8CS-
gjg&& bticet, or A. P. Vc
P.iuoii V i ,cy.
New G-oods ! Lowest Prices !
jLf .f.MOlt TO
livewer Itloclc, KIO I'ort
The Largest Stock and the Lowest Prices in the Kingdom.
San Francisco Prices The
ewspapers & Raagazines
Kept on hand and delivered to any part on
arrival of the steamer.
asest Line of Paper
Fancy Goods, 1 oys,
Artistic Statsosiery, Art Goods,
And ARTISTS' MATERIALS !
SCSiGall Jind inspect our Stock and learn our price.
We wish you to call whether
"W. II. GKAElSrHALGrH, 106 Fort St., Honolulu, II. I.
BZSr5 Store open every evening- after July 1st, till 8:30
o'clock. Saturdays till 9 p. m. 83 lw
T. . TIIKUif.
St. near Hotel, Honolulu.
!Nevs Department. AW the
end Novels in town,
you wish to purchase or not.
IliuR np tho H.mlhfi & Gentlemen of MonnluJu!
Kin up Ju iloyu & Girls!!
lihis up tiio HtiiliiMt!!t
Itint; up X3verybl,v all over ISnivHli Nt'llll!
HELLO, HELLO, HELLO,
Tell 'Em All, Hint
V Z Brt!)
HAVE OPENED T1IE1II
if Candy Factory & Elept Gaufly Store
On Hotel 81.1'oet, IVcmv Urowci1 Bloclc,
Where they will niaiutfactiifo and sell the EINEST ami CHOICE
FRENCH AND HOiViE-lAOE CANDIES !
Fresh Candies made every day.
An Elegant Assortment of FANCY CANDY & IION-BON,
BOXES & NOVELTIES always on hand,
Ice Cream Soda & Iced Drinks
Of all kinds served from the nioi-t unique soda fountain in the city.
Candies eaicfttlly packed for shipment to the other Islands,
tAVilOX-.LAJL.liJ &; KliTXMaL,:
lling! llingll ICeep on Hinging and call at
n w SS
" tk "Ragfiage E.prcR & Car-
pgbw5ft JD riiiKe Co. Telephones.
WHaWffi'jfo o 1(1!). Sttind: corner of
Htthel and King stiect?. All orders
promptly atlcmled to. 19 2w
COTTAGES TO LET.
rpWO COrrAGES fully
JL appointed, beatitif"lly
located, within fi minulcb'
walk of the Post Office. An opportu
nity Buldoin offered to secure a comfort,
ahlo home within ciiby reach of the
business part of tho city. For parti,
culars inquire at
001 tf GULIOK'S AGENCY.
iiKtA A NEW small Cottage on
gWfla X. Eoit Mtcct, of 4 looms
Wmr w-itli bathroom and kitchen.
Apply to No. 7 Chiipliiln Uieet. 88 lw
FOR PALE at the Ileformatoiy
School, by tho bale or tun.
05 lm W. O. NKUIMIA3I.
DEALER IH MY and GRAIN,
81 King Street, opposite the Old Station
Bluiiml Tclvpliouo No.
Per 'U. D. Bryant' mid 'Discovery' a
largo quantity of
Hay Sk Grain
Which wo offer at Low Prices at our
store on Queen Sticct, build
ing lately occupied by
the P. N. Co.
JOHN F. GOLBDl & CO.
Gold Bracelet Lost.
LOST Saturday evening between tho
Reformatory School and Hawaiian
Hotel a Lady's Gold Bracelet. A re
w.iid of 10 will he paid to the tinder
on returning tho Bracelet to Castle &
Cooko. 88 lw
A GOLD Scarf Pin on Berctania
street, at or near tho Honolulu
Wiles' Armory, on the 4th inst. A
rewind will hu given on letuming tho
same to this oll'ea. g8 1 w
ON the 3rd July,
fpfim fliu Hi...
ffijjjtejSa" Horso Saloon, a Boy
X"tSE"pL M.uo, has short ton.
knot, hind foot white.
i ho finder will ho rewarded on return.
hig sume to Bay Horse Saloon. 88 lw
MUSIC furnished for ball?, paitlcs
aud boieiindus by Palmer's Siring
Haul. Oiders lelt at C. E. William',
oi i ing up Mutual Telephone 030. 74 tf
"VTR. ThomiH Sorciisoii will act for
JLtX me in all business matter under a
lull power ol attorney under date of
Juno 21, 18S8
CALEB II. BABBITT.
Honolulu, Junu 21, lt83. 80 lw
:$tk. i P,em,Eej Known as
TiTkVST" Dingers uiiKvry, inciutl.
iSt-Ssta ing bakery, store, 4 cottagej,
etc., for ii term of years on easy terms
io u goon luuuni. .vppiy 10 jur. O.
Brown, or T. W Haulms, at the Ha
wuiiiin Bonp Wotks. fi4 if
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
JOHN MoLANE has removed his
Blackbiniihliig Establishment to
Fort street, opposite Hopper's Mill,
where ho will bo glad to seo his old
friends and now ones. 78 lm