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KTytjlH. jM'M MWWOWgTO
a-1 ii as
MONDAY, JUNES, 181)0.
Stmr l.lkcllko from Maul
Stmr W tsilculu from Kauai
Stmr Hnwiili from Hainnkun
fetmr Kllitucn IIou from Hauiakua
Pchr Kaulokal from Kmini
Selir uol Wnlitnc from Unmnl.un
fcohr HuleakUa lioui Hawaii
Schr l.uUa from Kohala
"Sclir Kaulllua for Kahultu
Etnir Kaalafor Kilnuen and IIuuiilcl nt,
4 i ui
Stmr J v Cummins for Koolnu at 9 n in
Stmr Lehua for Haiinkua 0 p in
Jclir .Ml I tu Morris for Koolnu
Ktiiir .las Makee for K iutu ut 4 p in
Hour Llliolllio for 'Canal
vessels itAVirj ! Tc-Monnow.
Tern Ilka for Koim poiti
Htuir Kinaii for IIIlo and way porta nt
2 p in
Stmr i.ikcllko for Maul at ft p m
Ktmr Mnkolll for Molokal at f p m
Stmr Iwtilaiil forLaliaiiia auu llnnm-
kua nt 10 a in
Stmr Mlkalmla for Kaimi at C p m
Hchr Lavlula for Kauai
Sohr Kn Mol f r Puna
Sehr Sarah & Eliza for Koolau
Salir HaleiKala for Hawaii
Sehr Kawallaiil for Koolnu
FOREI&U VESSELS XPEGTED.
Bkt J A Fidkonbiiig, from Peiu, (for
Kaliu till due May 7
Br Ellin Blcngilold palled from Liver
pool Apr 18, due Aug 21
Bk Atalanta, from Paget Sound, due
Gcr Ok Adouls from Bremen
Gel- bk Vhiisi, from Xcw Yoik
Bk Uncle' John, from Newcastle, duo
Bkt Discovery, McNeil, from San I'ran-
clsco, duo May H ,
Br bk Ulrkcr from Loudon, sailed Apr
l' due lug L'5
Am brgt r.urllue. Maton, from San
Francisco, dim .Tunc 2
KJhs Zc.ilandla, fiom San Francisco
en route ti the Coloulcs due June 7
TOREICN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S F S harlo3ioii, Rear-Admiral Geo
lir.iwn, from San Krauclco
II B vi S Acorn, Gn N A Pollard, from
Eiqutmault, B O
II B M a Champion, St Clair, from Ua-
V S a Nlpslc, McCurley, from Smiina
U ri - Adams. .1 G Givene, from Samoa
Haw S Aniridia, UC Uoudlctto, from
Br ship Bonowdale, Guthrie, from
Bkt P.anti-r, Dow, from San Frinchco
Am 1-inttd ohr Go den Shore, Hender
son, irniii Newcastle, NSW
Haw b Andrew Welch, W U Maraton.
, from San Franclseo
Am bkt Robert Sudden, II O Ulbcrg,
from Newcastle, XsjW
Am bk Matilda, awlssou, from Foit
Am bk Coluja, Backus, from Newcastle,
N S V
Am miss packet Morning Stsr, G F
Garlind, from South Sea Islands
Am tern Alcalde, A Smith, from Poit
Am tei it .. G North, R Nelson, from San
From Maul per stmr I Ikrllkc, Juno
2 -J K flnnuna, L K Kaknui-, Rev J K
loepa, 0 Uiiua, Mr$ L'R Walbrldgo,
Hon UP lialdwhi. Mrs Akanaliilli, MUs
B Cauipbc I, Mrs Howie. Kuoug lltiiiif
Chan, Rev O Nawahlne, J N S WIN
11a i s, J Ourtiluglitm.
From Kiiu.il per stmr Walnleale, June
1 Ii Kruse, a Cropp. Ii Kopko, It a
Maclle jr, Willie Rice, E M W.dsli. II II
Williams. C Armstrong and wife. Miss
II Roland. Rev J Mlau, D L Kopa and
J M Kealoba; M A Goinalves, A v
Muluho, Mrs Kuco, S Cblne.-u and 54.
From Hawaii t er stmr Hawaii. June
1 J B Auderton.
From Lanal per stmr Mokolll, May 31
V 11 llay,-eldt!ii.
The steamer Ltkellke brought 4794
bgi sugar, 12 bags potatoes, 3 hogs, 30
hides, 20 bans corn, 91 pUs sundries.
Tbo bark Alex McNeil, t apt U S Fills,
took to ."tin Francisco May 31st 33.885
ba3 suirar and I 00 bac lice. The
consigners were: H A Wltlenittun, 3764
bigs sugar; W U Irwin & Co, lt),355
bags sugar; J T Wateihouse, '.CO bags
sugar; i S Griiihaum & Co, 1S0O bugs
rli'o Totals: tonnage, I 93 tons; do
me ulc value, 814U,lu7.29.
Tho steamer Moiolll brought Fatur
day 000 bags sugar, 100 sheep nud 0
Tho baikentlne Irmgard, Capt A II
P ul, sailed M iy 3Ut fur Sun tiancisco
with cargo shipped as follows: C Draw
er & Co, 8330 bags Migar; Castle &
Con c, 4101 bags ugar: F A Schaefer
ct Co, 4541 bag sugar; Tbeo 11 D.iWe-s
& Co, 13 4 bags su:ir. Totals: 18,503
bags sugar, HlJ tous; domcitlo value,
Tho steamship Alameda carried away
from this port Mituid iy caigo valued ut
83S.47-4.8I, conslstlug of &160 bag. Mi
gar, shipped by W G Irwin fc Co, and
913 bundles bananas.
The tclionueis I.uka and Mol VA'ahlno
brought 1850 und I'0 .0 bags sugar res
pective y from Kohala.
Tho steamer Hawaii brought C035
btgs sugar and 100 bands molasso3
Btindiiy lrom Hawaii.
Tho 4-masted schooner Golden Shore
h is been chartered to load sugar for San
Tho steamer Walaleale brought Sun
day from ICaual 3303 bags biigar and 2i
Tho l-inastcd srhonner E K Wood ar
rived fiom Honolulu Thuisduy,29tli,to
load sugar for Wilder & o.
Tho3-masted schooner William Ren
ton left Kaliiilul lust Saturday, 3 1st ult,
with hbom 770 tons of sugar for JuoD
Sprockets & Urns.
LEVEY Iu this city, June 2d, to tho
wllo of Low U J. Levoy, a daughter.
VID In nonolulu, Juno 1st, Daniel
- R. Vlda, a native of Santiago, Chill,
ngod 01 years, 8 tnoa., 10 days.
LOCAL & GEHEHAL
A 'ici.:.Y furnished room
Adams lane awaits u lodger.
IIos. E. Muller litis letired
tlio lirm of J I. llnckfehl &. Co.
ft on i
ArcousrH against tlio Mecliiiii''a'
Union nio to bo presented to tho
Tin: jnuil for San Francisco by tlio
Alameda consicU'd ot Gi32kUeiaiind
School notices of interest to nil
Government school tenchem appear
in this UcUe.
Attention is called to cnids of Dr.
I.niz and Dr. A. It. Carter, both 311
U retail iii Kind.
Tut; Kulu of 11 Kalitikti liores nnd
coUh by Morgan lliin noon, brcughl
prices between !fi)0 and $lGo.
The Planter' Monthly for May,
which u:me to ham! on Saturday, is
interesting to a greater -degree Uinn
Anyone who will bring to this
office a lost Srtincmn Ian, decorated
with warship libbonc, will be tuit'
ubly ru winded.
Lam Ching and Wung Sing Chew
have old their interest in the Sun
Wo Sing Co. lice plantation, ut Ewn,
to Lait Wen &, Co.
Mil. F. W. Maniai lane hup retired
from 13i-linp it Co.'n haul: for the
puiposeof taking the management
of the Union Feed Co.
Jfn. L. .1. L'jvey will tell tho house
hold furniluro ut tin tetidenco of
Hon. John Phillips, Bcretuuiu blrcet,
ut 10 o'clock to-nionow morning.
jrESEna. Davij & Co., groeeis, Tort
street, recoiveil hy the Alameda fresh
New ''ii!.iud butter in half-pound
puts, On ice. it U i excellent
?.In. Jas. F. Morgau will btH ut
auction itotk and bonds on Saturday
next mock in
and Laud Co.
the Oahu Railway
and Government 6
Dkaft No. 46, on Castle fc Cooke,
diuwn by E. A. Baldwin in favor of
A. I. Baldwin, has bten lost and
payment stopped. Tho finder will
obligo by handing to C. O. Bergcr.
Yr.STcr.DAY, Bishop Willis bap
tized, at St, Andrew's Cathedral,
Violo Xaikilani, the little daughter
of Mr. und Mn, Middeldyk, born
sliortly niter their arrival in Hono
lulu. The spoiibors were His Majesty
King Kalakaua and Miss Lucv Ellis,
daughter of Mr. II. II. Ellis of San
The second piece of uephalt-rock
pavement in frotit of Wilder S. 8.
Co.'s oiQce, was mixed with Califor
nia sand, and is much better and
smoother than that inadu with Ha
waiian white sand. The entiie new
pavement was opened to traffic this
morning, and ouo of McGuire'e bag
gago express waggons was the fiist
to go over tlio wholo piece. Although
Mr. Wordsworth, who is in charge of
the asphalt rock pavement, ia needed
in San Francisco, ho is very desirous
of trying the Hawaiian black sand
before ho leaves, and will lay soino
with that sand beloru going.
' EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Grand Ball at the Palace.
Special meeting of Escelsior
Lodge, I. O. O. L, at 7:30.
Harmony Lodge, I. O. O. F.,
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 F. and A.
M., at 7:30.
Meeting Staff and Line Officers
Honolulu Rifles, 7:H0.
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
Major J. II. Wodehouse, British
Commissioner, was present during
this morning's session.
Col. Ashford, J. L. Kaulukou, and
E. M. Walsh were present at the
reading of the Attorney-General's
report on the late imaginary distur
bances. The chamber nnd lobby continue
to be crowded with spectators.
The President never hesitates to
rulo against the parly that placed
bitn in the chair when it appears to
be in the wrong. The Hilo Record
man, who has made a heated attack
cm the president, might make u note
of this fact.
Noble McCarthy voted for the
Minister of Interior's motion on the
Attorney-General's answer. If ho
was wrong in a party sense, it wus
the party's fault in not proposing
another way 'for tlio Miuister to get
. ,. i
AH OLD RESIDENT DECEASED.
Mr. Daniel R. Vida died at about
11 o'clock on Sunday morning. Tho
deceased gentleman was around
town on the previous day, apparent
ly in usual health. About 0 o'clock
on Sunday morning his wife discover
ed that her husband was lying in bed
in anunconscious state, and he expired
some six hours later. Mr. Vida was
well known throughout the country,
being an old lesident. He was a
native of Chili, and came to these
islands with his mother when hu was
about 15 years old, or about 40
years ago. During that period he
was in tho dry uoods business,, cat
tle ranching, sugar planting, and
draying. He was within a few
months of 55 years of atjo at tho
time of death. He leaves behind a
widow and seven children. The de
ceased gentleman was as widely
respected as known. The funeral
for four o'clock this
DAILX BWjhWn I- HONOLULU, 11. 1.,
Moniuv, Juno 2.
Pie.Mdent J. S. ulkor willed the
Ilotiii1 to order at 10 o'clock. Nov.
.1. Waiamati, chaplain, offered
prayer. Mr. C'harlci Wilcox, Secre
taty, rend minutes in English, and
Mr. W. L. Wilcox, Interpreter, iu
Rop. Kalua pt evented u petition
from a leper on Mulokai, that Dr.
Lutz be appointed pliylc-lmi at the
settlement, und Hint 62000 be ap
propriated for ilia ialaiy. Sanitary
Rep. 11. W. Wilcox presented n pe
tition from DUtriot.0, Honolulu, that
$5000 be appropriate for making a
road from Iwih.i to the receiving
station. Laid on the table to be
considered with the Appropriation
Noble Pua preiented a petition
from District ft, Honolulu, that
$7000 bo appropriated for making n
toad from King street to School
street. Laid on the table to be con
sidered with the Anpropiiatiou
Hep. Kancolli presented a peti
tion from Wailuku for an appropria
tion for buying private interest in
landings and making them public
property. AIko, one from North
Wailuku, for S2000 to build certain
bridges. Public lands committee.
Also, a petition that the law relating
to Governors be re-enacted. Laid
on the table to be considered with
any hill on the subject. Alo, a
petition that S1000 bo appropriated
for road to luo Valley. Also, one
that $2000 be appropriated for im
proving approaches to tlio Wailuku
bridae. Both laid on the table for
consideration with the Appropria
Rep. Kahonkano presented a peti
tion from Kohala, that a permanent
hospital be established there and
thai Si3ters of Charity be allowed to
nurse the inmatei. Laid on the
table to bo considered with bill on
the subject. Also, a petition that
an English school be established at
Houomuknu, Kohala. Education
committee. Also, a petition from con
tract laboring men in Kohala, that
laborers he let off alter 12 o'clock
on Saturday, that no laborer be
made to work in rainy weather, that
employers ho forbidden to givn cre--dil
for mom than S3 a week, that
employers furnish sick laborers with
food, that prompt settlement of
wages be made monthly, that if
laborers owe employers nnything
the laborers have option of how
much they shall pay, that no labor
ers be compelled to work after
hours, and that nine hours be a
day's labor. Laid on the table.
Rep. Kamai presented a petition
from JMakawao, that the Constitu
tion of Kameliamelia V. be adopted.
Rep. Kapaehaole moved petition
lie on table till member for liana in
troduce a bill in accordance with its
Rep. Kauhi moved petition be de
posited in. tho waste basket with
others of same kind. Laid on
Rep. Kamai presented n petition
that the property qualification of
voters for Nobles be abolished. Laid
on tabic. The same member pre
sented a petition for S5000 for im
proving the landing at Kipahulu.
Laid on tablo for consideration with
Rep. Kalua presented petitions as
follow: For 83500 for building
bridges at Waikapu and other
places. Public lands committee.
From Wailuku that konohiki fisheries
he made free. Laid on table to be
considered with bill. From Wai
luku that tho law authorising dis
trict road boards be repealed, and
the law for load supervisors-in-chief
be re-enacted. Public land3
committee. That tho pay of Ha
waiian school teachers be placed on
the same fooling as that of foreign
teachers. Education committee.
That the duties of clerk to Sherilfs
bo performed by some other persons
than the Deputy Sheriffs. Judiciary
committee. From Kalawao, that
810,000 bo appropriated for the
salary of Dr. Lutz. Sanitary com
mittee. Rep. Kapaehaole presented a peti
tion from Molokai, that a good and
capable administration of Govern
ment bo secured, and that in tilling
Government ofllccs (lrst prefereuco
be given to subjects, and thatnativo
teachers be paid the samo as foreign
fur the same service. Education
Rep. Marques presented a peti
tion that the Portuguese interpreter
of the Supreme Court be discharged
and another appointed iu his place.
Minister Thurston moved 'that the
petition he laid on the table, as this
House ha3 nothing to do with tho
olllco in question. Carried.
KErOUTS OV COMMITTEES.
Rep. Kalua preseutcd thu report
of the Judiciary committee on peti
tion presented by Rep. Kamai, that
the provision of thu Constitution for
the election of Nobles be abolished.
Committee recommend that the peti
tion bo laid ou the table until such
timo as an amendment to the Con
stitution be introduced on that sub
On tbo petition from liana, that
the salary of His Majosty be re
duced, the same committee recom
mend that it bo laid on tho tablo to
bo considered with tho Appropria
tion Bill. Adopted.
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' V A" UUU'
mwm "yjij wmunu m ii hi
On the petition from Kaupo that
tbo country's Independence be per
petuated, the same tomuiitteu re
commend that it be laid on the table
to bo consldetcd with treaty matters.
Rep. Rlckard submitted vesoltt
llon'i (1) for an appropriation of
81000 for laying out a road through
homestead!" at Houtikiia, (.2) for
81500 for Improving the road from
Waiplo to Watinaiiu, nnd (3) for
800 for building a teacher's house
Minister Thurston read fot tho
first time a bill to amend Clmp. 31,
Laws of 1582, admitting fcrllti.ets
free nt duty. Also, n bill to pro
vide additional facilities for acquir
Minfotcr Austin nnnouiicid the
Act for defraying expenses of this
iisi-don signed by Ilis -Majesty.
Kep. Ricknrd read a llrs1 1 lime a
bill to provide tor branch leper, re
ceiving hospitals on the different
Noble Crabbe gave notice of a bill
regarding the inmates of tenement
und lodging house; in Chiiiittonu,
ASSWEltS OF MISISTEKS.
Miuthtcr Austin read his reply to
thu questions prefened to him on
, Rep. Brown moved that the Min
ister's answer bu referred to the
committee on forehrii relations.
Noble Macfarlano agreed with the
proposed reference and moved in
addition that the committee be in
structed to immediately invtstigate
whether the treaty proposed by the
Cabinet is or was in any way preju
dicial to tho independence of Ha
waii. Rep. Brown raised the point of
order that the first question was ns
to the disposal of the answer.
Minister Austin in answer to Hep.
Kapaehaole, said tiic answer was
not yet translated.
Noble Widemann supported the
amendment, which he considered in
The President ruled the amend
ment out of order, and the motion
Noble Macfarlane then moved the
resolution contained iu Ma amend
ment, which carried.
Minister Austin read his answer
to the question of Rep. It. W. Wil
cox, regarding thu removal of one
company of voluuteers from the
Government aruiorv. It was to the
effect that Co. B, Honolulu Rifles,
removed to an armory of its own so
as to have its own time for meetings
and drills and accommodation for
it3 arni3 and equipments. Also,
that the change involved no addi
tional expense to the Government.
Noble McCarthy moved the an
swer be referred to the military com
Minister Ashford read his answer
to requests of Nobles Crabbe and
Mttller for information regarding
recent warlike preparations of the
Marshal, and the organization of a
body called the Law and Order or
ganization. Tho Attorney-General
hud no personal knowledge of cause
for tho preparations. The Marshal
refused to give him information on
the ground that it was confidential.
He had presented an order to the
Cabinet for the Marshal's removal,
on which his colleagues deferred
taking action. An unwarranted nnd
ostentatious display of force had
been made at the station, which was
liable to produce the disturbances it
purported to prevent. The Marshal
in a letter received after the prepa
ration of the answer stated that the
pei sons from whom trouble was ex
pected were V. V. Ashford and It.
W. Wilcox. No attack had been
made on the station. One night arm
ed men were seen on King street,
and the Marshal, Minister of the In
terior, and others rallied to the sta
tion's defense. The Marshal, in an
swer to a direct question from the
Attorney-General, had said that his
information in no way implicated V.
V. Ashford. The Attorney-General
bad no personal knowledge of h Law
and Order organization. He had
been informed that certain employ
ers tried to enlist their employees in
such an organization. Also, that a
high odk-iat of the Government hud
been soliciting recruits therefor.
Ho had employed detectives to get
information icgatdiug such an or
ganization. Minister Thurston said tho answer
Included a number of matter not
required by the questions. Ho de
sired as a matter of privilcgo to be
given an opportunity of replying to
tho Attorney-General, and moved
the reply iu tho meantime be laid on
tho tablo. Carried 21 to 23 ou a
The House adjourned at 12:35 to
10 o'clock to-morrow morning.
. THE ACORN.
II. 1). M. S. Acorn arrived on
Saturday 10 days from Esquimau,
B. C , coming here to relievo the
Champion. TIig Acorn is a screw
sloop of 970 tons with engiiico of
1380 horsepower. She carries eight
guns. The list of her olllcers is as
Commander George N. A. Pol
lard. Lieutenants Francis A. Vnlen
tine, Owen F. Gillett, John W. M.
Chief Etigineer Henry Cook.
Paymaster Henry A. Malahcr.
Surgeon Percy E. Maitland.
Guuner William J. Briinlon.
Wiioeveu has found a bluo cocka
too, pleii.su return to -1 Adams lano,
without JurtUer do,
JUKE 2, 'ItfSKX.
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' ' ' A TIQHTJQAMB.
Iloiietulu BiT.t llnu-nll In lUevrn
The mntch between thu Honolulu
and Hawaii baseball clubs, Saturday,
wa brilliantly begun with tuo
mutual uliitcw'ashes, Honolulu then
made three, and at Hie end of the
sixth Inning stood ix to one, It
looked then sure for Honolulu, but
iu the seventh iiiuiuu thi) club v,n
"rattled" in its Holding, so badly ns
to become tied by the Hawaii. There
was a large nt tendance. Threatened
rain only realized u mild drizzle.
As the regulation game of nine in
nings untied in a tin the excitement
prevailing fiom the seventh inning
became more intense. Honolulu got
tho v, Inning run in the eleventh,
preventing Hawaii from securing n
set-off. A summary of the mutch
First, innings. WodehotHe oul at
first. G. Lucas, bau hit, out tit
second on Whitney's Ily tu shortstop,
by double play. Thompson and
at llrst, and Dau on Ily to
A. Lucas, foul Ily to third ; Desha,
at tit st from second. Pryce struck
out. Luahiwa, niter a two-base hit,
was struck by Keohokalo'e's baited
ball. Keohokalolu made firU, stole
second anil' third. Sell, three
Third. Parker, base on balls,
scotcd on G. Lucas. Coyne, first
ou muff at first, out on second, at
Wodehotise's hit, after V. Lucas
retired on a ily to left. Wodehousu
was brought home by G. Lucas, who
stole his second and wa-j brought in
by. Whitney's bae hit. Whitney
was put out at homo on Freden
berg'a Int. Meek out at llt&t, Roan
on foul lip. Thompson, lirl and
second 011 errors, left by Kaia'.s out
at first. Honolulu 3.
Font th. A. Luea, Hist on error,
stole second, third on Desha, home
on Parker's sacrifice hit. Coyne,
oul on foul to thiid. W. Lncus,
base hit, left by Desha's out at
home. Dan, out at tirst; Pryce, Ily
to short. Luahiwa reached second
ou bad throw from short, nnd came
home on Kcohoknlole who reached
second on 11 muff by first. Self was
dropped at llrst from short. Ha
Fifth. W. Lucas, Wodehouse,
and G. Lucas, out at first. Meek
struck out, Rosa and Thompson
went out at first.
Sixth. Whitney, first on error of
third, to second ami third, "on Fre
denberc, home on A. Lucas, Fre-
dcuberg got second oiu a muff by
centre, home on A. Lucas, who was
put out reaching for third. Desha
made a single, but double play on a
dy by Parker put both .out. Kaia,
out on foul tip; Dan, tly to centre;
Pryce, fly to second. Honolulu 2.
Seventh. Coyne, Ily to pitcher.
W. Lucas, base on balls, stole
second, third on two-basu hit of
Wodehouse, who was left by G.
Lucas and Whitney uivin" Hies to
the pitcher. Luahiwa, base hit,
stole second, third on Keohokalole,
home on passed ball. Keohokalole,
first on error by first, to third on
passed ball, home 011 Thompson.
Self, base hit, second on passed ball,
third on Thompson, home on Kaia.
Meek, three strikes. Ross, first on
wild throw after three strikes, second
ou Thompson, third ou Kaia, home
on wild tii row. Thompson, base hit,
second 011 Kaia, home on Dan.
Kaia, base hit, out between third
and home. Dan, base hit, left hy
Pryce going out at first. Tho
Honolulu team became confused in
this inning, its n'ftyers frequently
hesitating to throw tho hall till too
late. Hawaii 5.
Eighth. Fredcnhcrg and A.
Lnca9 were both dropped at first
from short, and Desha went out 011
a foul tly. Keohokalole, base hit,
stole second, to third ou Self, who
was dropped by second to first.
Meek made three strikes, and Rosa
a fly to pitcher.
Ninth.- -Patker, tly to short.
Coyne, base hit, dropped at second
by catcher. W. Lucas, out at first
from short. Thompson struck out,
Kaia wus put out by first, Dau at
first from short.
Tenth. Wodehouse, out at first
from short. G. Lucas, base ou
balls, second on overthrow. Whit
ney, fly to left; Frcdenberg, to
short. Pryce, first on error, retired
at second from tho catcher. Lua
hiwa and Keohokalole, out at first
Eleventh. A. Lucas, first ou
error, to third on Desha's single,
home on Parker'o out at first. Coyne
struck out, and W. Lucas made a
fly to short. Self made a two-base
bit, but lost his scoro, nnd perhaps
the game, by rashly trying-to mako
home after stealing thlul. Meek
struck out, and Rosa ended the
agony with a fly to first. Honolulu
the winning 1.
f. It. ll.H. O. A. K.
Wodehouse, 0.... 5 1 1 10 !S 0
Lucas, O. s.s II 2 2 2 1
Wbllnev. 21) r, 1 1 3 a 0
Krledenberg,3h... fl 1 1 13 2
Lucas. A. rf 5 2 2 11 0
Desha, If. 6 0 2 0 () 1
Pinker, lb t 1 0 lit 0 IS
Covins, uf no 1 10 0
LuosiH, W p 10 0 1 D 0
5 1 0 3 0 0
SO 0 0 0 0
5 0' I 5 3 0
Q0 1 12 1 0
0 3 1 4 5 'i
Pryce, 1st b...
Luahiwa, 3d b
K ohokilolc.SU b.
Roa, i- f
i,-, o : ;:a 20 r.
lauihlwa out, hit by batted ball.
Score by liinlng''
iToTiohilii 00 3 1 0'- 0 0 0 017
Hawaii 000 1 00 5 00 00-0
Karued mn Honolulu 1.
Two-base lilu Wodehouvj and Self.
2- Double play rI hompou ;to 1 ijoe 1'.
Ba03 on balls By Meek 2.
Struck out .Fifedcnberg, Coyne,
Thompson, Pryce, Self, Meck4,Ro.iu.
Wild pitches -Lucas 1.
Pa?cd balls Wodehouso 1, Pa 1 I.
Lett ou bases Honolulu 4, Hawaii U.
Moleu bases Honolulu 4, Hawaii 3.
1 line of gauie-1 hr. o0 uitii.
Umplrcs-W. A. Wall, V. V. Loel-
The regular monthly literary of
the Makawao Ladies' Aid Society
was held at the residence of Mrs. II.
Morrison at Spreckelsville last Fri
day, 30lh May, nnd proved, as
usual, a genuine success. A large
nnd fashionablo gathering of Maui
society graced the occasion with
their presence, and repeatedly ex
pressed their appreciation of the
performance rendered by the differ
ent participants iu the entertain
ment. The large, spacious and im
posing looking house, was brilliantly
lighted nnd decorated ou the veran
dah with Chinese lanterns, while thu
adjoining magnificent garden and
grounds weru like a bit of fairyland
Hooded bv thepnust lovely moon
light. The programme was varied and
excellent, und well carried out.
The first feature of the programme
wiw a magic lantern exhibition,
"Scenes fiom Irelaud," splendidly
manipulated by Mr. F. L. Stolz,
who descnes special thanks for the
great pains he had taken to make it
a succesa. After an intermission,
during which coffee and refresh
ments were seived among the guests,
the second part of tins programme
opened with uti instrumental (piano)
solo by Mr. E. Biven, rendered iu
ids usual brilliant and happy style.
Next came an essay, "Thu Women
of Spain," by Mrs. T. L. Gulick,
whoso long residence iu that land of
troubadours and romance has made
her thoroughly familiar with their
traits and customs. Then followed
a song, "True Till Death," splen
didly sung by Dr. Geo. Herbert,
after which came tlio "piece do re
bistanco" of the evening, a zither
solo by Prof. Adolph Schmidt, who
was hero last year with tho Swiss
Warblers and now has made his
residence on Maui. His exquisite
handling of the sweet and dilllcult
instrument elicited general applause
and admiration, and he had to re
spond to an encore. The next
was a trio, " Three Little Maids from
School," charmingly and skilfully
rendered by Misses Simpson and
Crittenden and Mrs. Hall, who look
ed bewitching in their tasteful and
correct Japanese costumes. Mr.
and Mrs. II. Z. Austin sang a pretty
duct, "Good Night," and tho pro
gramme finished up with a bur
lesque, "Three Naughty Boys from
School," very humorously rendered
by Messrs. C. II. Dickey, .inn
waldt ami D. Lindsay, thus termin
ating a most enjoyable affair.
The new organ for the foreign
church at Paia arrived on the last
l.ikelike and will probably bo put
iu place immediately.
Mr. Westervelt, who is occupying
the pulpit of Makawuo Church dur
ing the temporary absence of Hie
pastor(Mr. Gulick) on Sunday ,May
25th, reviewed tho great and sub
stantial progress made in America
since the civil war ; particularly re
ferring to its religious and numeri
cal advancement. This theme was
suggested by tlio fact that throtigh
outbc United States the day would
be devoted to memorial services for
those who gave up their lives in Hint
great struggle that resulted in the
preservation of the autonomy of the
nation. The subject was most ably
discussed and was listened to with
The weather for the past week
has been extremely hot, and more
rain is anxiously looked for.
At Spreckelsville they have finish
ed taking off this year's crop of su
gar. At Paia and Hamakunpoko
they are stilj grinding, and will bo
for some time to come.
Maui, May 31, 1800.
Auction Sales by James P. Morgan.
Stocks & Bonds
On SATURDAY, June 7th,
XT 1 O'CLOCK NOO.V,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell ut Public Auction,
50 Shares of Oahu Railroad & Land
Par Valmi 100.
Government 0 Peroent Eoids ef
CW Will bo
JAS. Ft MORGAN, or, Cecil Brown, Attoruev-at-Law. -$
570 5t Auctioneer. Dated Honolulu, May 27, lS'JQ. SCO td fj
coi I-a Saks by tas ?, &rgja.
AUCTION SALE OF
On WEDNESDAY, Juno 4,
AT Ml O'CLOCK. A. St.,
At the refldeneo of Mtts. It. D. MOR
GAN, Bcrctniitn street, 1 will sell at
Tho L'r.tire Kouseh'ld Furniture,
One Cottage PIANO,
Veranda Chairs. Marhletop Table,
Decorated Hanging Lampi,
Center & Sofa Rugs,
Patent Rorkei a,
WIeker Chair, Whatnot.
3 B.W. Marhletop Bedroom Sets,
Hnlr & Spring llattrasius,
B. W. Extension Dining Table,
Black Walnut Dining Chairs,
1 'rockery A Clarsware,
5iCi telion Store,
Meat Safe, Rcfilgerntnr,
KiC, J'"tc, Lie ,
JAS. F. AtOJlGAX,
Bv direction of Samuel C. Allen and
Mai'k P.ltoblii'on. Trustees of the Ks
tate of Jiitnes Robln'on, deeeaed, th
mortgagee minied Iu a certain Inden
ting of mortgage dated l-'ebmary 1(5,
1.SS3. made bv Kdwiud Preston, lam
directed to sell at Public Auction,
On SATURDAY, Juno Tth,
1T l! O'CLOCK voo.v.
Of tint day, at my Salesroom, In Hono
lulu, Oaliu, all those eight several
2istrcclN or TotH,
Numbered respectively ISO, 1SI. 182,
IKS, 210. L'll. 21'.' and Slit on the Gov
ernment Survey of Kiitaokabiia and
being the saino pieinUes occupied by
the Into Edwanl Preston a a home
stead. Kor further particulars Iwjuire of
JAS. F. UOKCAX,
Or, Cecil ISrown. Attornev
Dated Honolulu, Mny'J7
lb'JO. SUC td
EXECUTOR and TRUSTEE'S
kk of Real Estate
By direction of Cecil ISrown, thoTrin
tce 'under the last will and testament
of Philip Milton, dceea-ed, I am dl
leeted to sell at I'uhllu Auction, at my
Salesroom, iu Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, Juno 7th,
AT tit O'CLOCK XOO.V.
Of that day, those certain
Pieces or PARCELS of LANDS,
Situate iu Lahaina, Island of Maul,
1 That certain Premises In said La
haina. situate on the Covcnimeiit road
leading to the Pioneer Mill, and being
ihe former residence of the said Philip
Milton. The above property Is under
leae explilug July 1, 1S00, ycaily rental
2 Two pieces of Taro Land situate
at ICabouia, L-.iiialua, and containing
respectively 23-100 and 1-10 of an acre.
3 Three Shares In the land of Ki
liaua, at Kannapatl, Island of Maul,
being tho slinre.H of Mancna, Kahewa
hewaiiul and Kalakekoa.
p?r Deed at expense of the pur
chaser. Foi further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
507 td Auctioneer.
By direction of Cecil Brown, Execu
tor and Tru-teu of the last will and tes
tament of Philip Mlitnu, deceased, the
mortgagee named hi certain Indcutttic
of mortgage dated January 11, 1881,
made by Aiotia and ICamalu, his wife, I
am directed to sell at Public Auction,
Ou SATURDAY, June 7th,
AT 11 O'CLOCK XOOX.
Of that day, at my Salesroom, in Hono
lulu, Oahu, all that ccitain
TRACT or PARCEL of LAND,
Situated In Lalialna, Island of Maul,
being a portion of the laud of Puaa, aud
bounded and de-u'ilbed ns follows:
No. 1 Beginning at Its N. W. corner
wlih'li is CI! links, dlrtaut S. from the S.
K. corner of the meeting liou-e called
Mauaolaua. nud running X. 501- K. 1.43
chain? along l'uaa Iki. to road 8. US'
K. L71 chains along road, S. 00' W.
0 s:i chains along Kooka, S. fi9- XV. l.ni
chains along Kooka. X. 2D.J- XV. 2.04
chains a'oug Waiokama, X. 22i XV 1.09
eliiius along Waiokama to tho begin
ning containing 7-10 acie. Afco,all that
TRACT or PARCEL of LAND,
Situated In PnaiXui, in said Lnhalns,
which is bounded and described as
Xo. 2 Beginning at the S. XV. corner
and running X. 50. K. 2.00 chains nloug
Kooka, X. 224- K. 2.28 chains along
Kooka, X. 51 K. 0.10 chains along
Kooka, N. 2S W. 1 02 chains along Ka
lawa, S. i:l' W. :i.ll chains along Ka
lawa, S. -11. K. 0.b5 chains along Mtt
kalole, S. ti'.i- XV. 0 00 chains along Ma
k.iii'lc, S. .10 i- i:. l.Oit chains along Ma
kaiolu, S. OS j- W. 1.27 chains along Ma
kaicle, S.:i7 K. l.tBcuutus along public
road to the beginning eonfiinliig 87-100
acre, tor tuillior paitlciilars Impure or
JAS. F. MORGAN. Wffl