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rrmrrtu. A Kerr. H Tcrtoa. ir. II vas attempUng to make a landing. The water -was
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Vinlts;,.. vTuVstl ijjreaanaaenislBsieamnieces.xllp.
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sasoLnr. jvse aa. isso.
S local BMimw there Is sothiac f traportaeea to
TTjem. BySics?rr;erU!bsrs;eolIne Ella we hrre
JFrssdsc dates to Or Inst. The rejir
rejoSVffc th Ms PrsBctsw Rrriew as o,nIet at
ttJthc' I sudte uScfrSo.S.
SsMe sad FerwT Queen Xsd frini qttt sad
tlsssirfs ears wrrs transferred to the reiser
in. 3Mm at Sr
sfsljsts iJfcMH lower snd qcotfi at t e.
tkctaftWa Irwin Co. ef this dry. has been.
Jhrt'ii V mctcaJ tKwit itr . S. Walter aad Z. S.
Tan ! will be continued br
ls ud sir W G Irwin, under the
IrwwiUo. We wish the new
sTMtosi arred on Monday lsrt 13 din
vn Saw Tort. Sb ike tMrd ta Cmttman and
m mm l ore ana nnwui paccei Rue. ana
lE of Efari tsarlet, whichnre in Urce J
sw isrs Tm js mi ijjcc near me
sssr taw m 4an. tweatard. and the was bat.
n rtir uaf Hgs " lnt r ttly dirt.
TT tw ! m hnin srriral, to report. The
a :ww lort. and lie bsrfcenrlne
Jmm. 1mm r PrssetMn.
kr lr Isifa. will all or for
Tfc t" JJaBiar toadt&c and will fallow the Lady
' Xr A4t wil, koli aaelher mdii ul.
at Dmin iwa v am CBSMfBBwnu at which a
rr roodi. crocerira and other artltln will
Tfcr arw sea Jessie Watter. we lears. It to be tra
i ii , Hj cr'd e lh tnaitips; trade 5te win run in I
jMMn T & Fo3cr J: Co hne to Kac Hasrall. I
Mr BBTtMtcirjAMlkptr.ti!,TMtUl si sn. I
Xsm betocfiai bar it J "o)u " Tfce hoaaebold
aisotw told at tae on ttot.
POS.5 OF KOirOIUIiTJ.
AaUUV E j
- CT-ka. v . -v - v .'
- ttrose EBs. Bim from San Franeisco '
iSfsTertwrTrWMtm. Jane St TS inu
. n ww !mm srtre. to ttc lspis. 35 rrind'tODCs
lit ttjpisiiH. 28 oun xarpratiae. 3f rtoTe. &qk
xaedswv T'n radse. 2S pine larabrr It) cf
nistoiii :TS ye aa rrtaata. A.1 donr 13) cs coal oil,
tiniMi BassM.!erns lcae ea:p:aenu. 0ca
riWs;iv t eoaatatEt I casBon and ajreseral if
Br tBIadsrard Pxrta. per IJtrfltr. Jcne a Jlrn Tor
aa aast dssaSUi. J Ailardjrc S Joasa. Cn
P X Xk. t X Asuaoder C SDrertel. iti.t
XntsKMta. F sMsML Kra. F MrCor.pn. E V TValoh.
3Sm X sTHsk. S 6 Jr. S Parker. IrahoX II
( C Ba:! W HariT. X de BrettrrUlr. W C
TT.jfeo. On Xix, 3Ln Closton
Froaa VTtoiward ivta. per IJLeHtr, Jsne mb C
secaaso. WoU. H CersweU. GW llactirlane. F
taar. C AIr. W Biwwer J Xoore. W S Atana. J A
AsBlh. a asrKsst. ntMb.
vawsittM est, ?
a afctst. sir. H auraic
JCert t atae HaKinlnlnc; Committee of
Omltn CBlleare. .
3 t Trutirri offleasi GeXrft -The Examining
on the Annual Examinations of the
tar 15S3. report as follows :
As !? as we cast jedgo tram sbe exercises of the
thrre 4saj fxatniBaaon the department of ihe
-a , -J. s. a,.s. .l.1 .k. ...
Tbe xaasBers of the students in
aa a to jootiaB. and way of rearing show an
1 i iii i r over farmer years. Enunciation is
rwwexSr good : that of soar feeing very good
cabers, however were defective in this
oo tbkt ane uere sat always able to hear
srfeai waa aasd. "We regard this as "a very
sBatsec and e rrqairrag the special and
of iasaraetors. Jf pupils are
so recite the year tfarocgn to a teacher
aaassBsssKr asttsacnear to them, ther can hardly
lieccpeatei sa xuaxe theraseltw heard at a public
1 ever G?er cisaacvs, viuarai ppecuu
c the studies exhibited by class recitation
im like tfere braaehes ef Language. Mathe-
i aaa Tttamml Saeaee we have the I oaouinr
Cmt .1 class French 1 class
t . I " EaattthGraanar2 "
Tteal . ..
J Csasses GmmetrTi Conic
...l - Sectiaas ...SI class
.. ...I Trigonometry.. -.1
Saxcast. Scxescx :
Ctsinrj t ekass Jat"alPhaosophTl class
" .1 "
Gmmnks -1 FayBiogy
Ch -sat-try. . ...J -
Tout 3 j
1b t.i aural tbe TreMatteas en thee studies show-
T& k vaock boat OC tbe tMrt Of the teachers and
aaa aot a tbosrfctf al mterest in learsxsc.
Tke Grrek ehtss baa read three books of the
Assns aaaiaaea: tire Iliad dnrar; the year. The
Srst aaass is Tattn the 4th, Sriaad 6th books of
tste A sand, atad the whale of .the Bacohcs and
Cimhhu . the taroond Lana dass ve sad one half
fcffca af tae AeBead . the third Latin class four
taaofe. of Caar aad one of Ciorro's orations ; the
sas are becmnereaad are in Leighton's l
Tbee dasses in Grei and Itm are in- '
" Mr, Adams. Me think their record
" J foow progress .or the year. . I
lle Fmach c4ai are not a yet tar advanced.
TlNfy aead to pay speetsl atterjuon to their pro-
amB . .. .. , . . ,
3Bbr traitasaaas rs the dlSerent branches of
bw endsoc of cood procress,
i .Ji.lai wi f urn 1 1 iT I si Patntfa !Wlnit !
' "'JS S f - -
ssa ifa Larefa.
an Xaterai Saence the dass in ender
aStHafotade aa isteressiag and thorough
Tstear text book by Joseph Xaconte
is be ax ajicurahle ooe. The experimental
Will Hum jrrvts it. Kaxsral Ihtlosophy were
ty taade and etrri.tateil
1e caus ia PlryoloKy ha. cade good begin-
lie :rssssc bech -vocal and xcstrsmental, was
pasiL Ie iataj'ii'Hfnta' xsssk roderMiss SrowneH,
imrir w the Brrlfta showed a high degree of pro-
X Httt acrrber el pcites in drawing were
i lilfcili ' by the dass xoder Atiss Jones, with a
TBryac; 4gree of xaertt. Sotse of the drawings
were iatrasacaliygriai It might be well, in order
to tsaew the oaaraara&ve progress xnade in this
sedy to exhibit the xsew work of the students
alaegssieaf their work of the prenoss year. Xour
wuHMJBee teggog that one or twpprins be offered
ec atsst m drawing.
3S penmaashj of the entire school, trnder the
taacracaaa of Miss Lamb shows lery marked
The Committee is happy to express the
pool aaWsfaffneB of the patrons of the school in
the nsaal rhetorical exercises. The
took readEjjs are good and tvndoobtodly of great
IsareSt. bet tbey do aot take the place of the more
craiansil and dramatic exercises afforded by the
gebwrr ci mersoftaed MlecOcos as dedararians
sai drikyr. 'WerTCOinmendthatthectistomarv
wwirr rheioncal exercises as formerly pracaoed
Ttes, f,ir ngmal cumpusmuus that -were read,
wer weB wrttsecbet offered hsle variety, a
sarfc? aad sebjeesa Ratable thereto, prevailing.
ar uoasmmee era tiXV VC; or acai &ij mini; m
the war of nbrsKsl esincition. except the one red- ,
xataac is tiVSotocy We feel that a rrmmetrieal '
eovrae od edacaaoa must indtsde the body as well
asfeiBJsd. aad that there xs danger in deToting
TthPwklf. and strength of crowing stadents .
ttbeCfafcSof enheralone. fspeeiallT in this j
oxairjvber thechmate favors inaction is thi: '
aaterartaat tsBer. VTe suggest that some pro-
vrjfara See fumishmg tie girl students at
Jsist. with coevrenirnoss for active
the recesses. EespectfnllT submitted,
S. B. Bole,
H. AT. Mar.
Heaa&3n,JieSI,lSSi. Erxmimwj CixxiUtr.
Sewsslsraeles prepared for thisissue '
a i mm iay crtrwioecciet tor want o: space. '
te Satcrday errnrng nest Mons. Bollo -will be
at reapiesS ef a beoent at the Koyal Hawaiian
Tstetv at wianh aa attractiTe programme will be
estec. Mr S. havmg recenaT lct the ns of
c iands. xsteads retBrmng to San Francisco.
ii tii time approachss there ought to be a
xs the supply of dogs. If a dollar and
tes cents could actually be collected on every
oac si the cosntrr. ana a nee tax come be
asat coaectedon cats. money wld have !
be dacfesed x rod .and yit mrmer .enough be
sS the 2rv -sad pcrchastng
or cscoctxms which J I. to lay a xaHway
aruaad adt Ur of the group, connect them by
ufapiaph. aad start k mammoth r!antal3ari for the
GrencC to be snrtsl nn dav labor at So a
car. Lett hare a cm txi, taxing midnight ooncexts
ha hard to see why the proposed commission to
T -!,,. it - .V i
eosrecaec thrr ensis oer rvsiem. The ianel
ofemare. tsarcA good and csefnl men, bet
the pay of a ooostabi depends on nS
Jecsad irom 'mlSemeanors he
imght easily creep in.
poicd of onset litres, irhase ahh is canned on
xh aoie sioctane of braar the eriirwThaTe
ztlaCthtaCTtotb&9ees3OTria: of. J.EIS
is atnatter for pnblic rejoicing.
The Anneal Meeting of the Strancers' Friend
Society will take place to-morrow ( Thorsdav) afternoon,
at o'clock, at the residence of 3. H.
Coney, Esq, Richards Street.
Ve eontinne to hare a pood deal of weather these
days. If the Government will onlr appoint a
weather bsrean chap, we shall haTe a good deal
What is the matter with the weather ? It roars
and rains, then falls into the slcmber of profound
calm -with the most astonishing facility. It is hot
and cool in the same hoar, dry and moist almost
together. What u Jf matter t
Kelt Monday tt21 be steamer day again, as it
will also be celebrated to some extent in commemoration
of the 4th : nelsons of an American turn of
mind had better write their letters and bur their
Sirhablcs baptized at Fort Street Chnrch last
Sunday, and yet they tell ns that the population is
ftl' , Htl.n 7... Sf tt U .u...!.. I.t.... ' . .1
w.wio...,,. AS 41UUU1U UUiUi, AX1U U1C JR-
triotic Hawaiian should be urged to go and do
H.LG. M.'a war steamer Frrya will tabs her
departure for Hongkong this afternoon. During
m 'jyy"' nort sty in port neroacers and crew
iic oa iae reswc oi ail. ana Dear wins mem
best wishes of oar alliens.
Vhere are the Ohio men among our citizens ?
Iart them raise a true Bucieve veil. Garfield L
ruminated for President of the United State, and
the next Pitfiident he will be. A better man could
not hare been nominated. It is a just and proper
reward for great merit.
The Legislature has passed an Act creating a
special pork selling license. This was to hit the
Chinese ; now let them with the same commendable
promptness and praiseworthy leal enact a law to
licence roost robbing, and authorize the sale of
The D uke of Cambridge announces that another
shooting match has been arranged between English
and American teams. Now is the time for the
army to apply for representation on this f rliatons
occasion. If our fine shooters will fire on the 1000
yard range they will probably win Hictjtin or
extinction which ?
On her last trip while at Honokas, Hawaii, the
r .1 I .1 .r . a i i ,-. :
Kethcr with a pair of saddle-bags mntairiirig f 500,
the property of Mr. Wflfong.
Another Band concert at the hotel on Mondav
evening last. Truly Berger is kind to the public.
ana tnese conceits wrjuia co nonor to any company.
Eercer is to us, to a certain degree what j
Theodore Thomas was to the United Slates. He '
created and then cultivated a taste for the higher
class of music.
J IJCiUIC WC JOUR)
MSe, generally foVsTme cSenee with money
in it. J esterday be was up lor selling cites. Jfca,
without a license. He protested that hard tack
was not cake, but as he had no license he was fined.
Alas, John, people who try to make money too
easily get bitten.
Our old friend Atong still lives. Sow and then
he appears before the Police Court as the leader of
those who would earn their living from cards or
otherwise, but likewise. Tnesds John was up for
ul use of some little slips of paper with
money. He tras surprised, but the Judge was not,
and nned him. Poor John 1
Court Lunalilo,Ko.GKOA. O. F elected the
following oScers to serve for the ensuing six
months: John M. Eapena. C. K. Samuel Mc-Keague,
S. K. B- S. Schrimgeour, Secretarv. L.
Fishlourse. Treasurer. Joseph. Lovejov, S. W. G
Schriever, L V. Chas. Clark, S. B. Henry May,
X. B. The above oScers were duly installed on
Tuesday evening, the J2nd tnst.
There seems to be a disposition on the part of
the Legislature to make a pretty free use of the
funds in the Treasury. Increasing salaries is the
I mill jll, ill .1UUUUU, VUU MU1S DUUIUU JCVCIIC j
good pay, bat let the increase of salarv come of I
uniting two-or more of the vast number of officea.
There is no doubt that for so minute a country we
haveofiicers enough to go around and some to
The Supreme Court will meet next Monday, but
m xrwinnt nf the rphratinn nf The slh f nn
that day; itis said that it will adjourn overfill
xaesaay. s.ainpus on me ctu uay 10 &ome oi
the Bslarta&aias who ale up for offending against
tse peace ana aurniiy of onr lxra tne
King, etc ; bat the question is. have the fervid
Americans arsons; cs yet got cp to the pitch of
baying fire-crackers for the boys 3
An appropriation has been made to send Ha-
San bovs to f cmim coirntries f or an edncation. '
Jf 1 IT ,Av fl"fKf ITTrl. r.TTc TTls"t r.. their
tola wonja do more to briig the people into bet-
ter liviac than anr amocnt of sanitarr instrnction
bT wordof nroctfi or printing. Hou'ever, this is
jt jaaded as a slur upon Air. Gibson's book ton
the oontrarv, that book is a Terr valuable
tn th rr?M imd nmt to be in evrrr
Tt.,;;. . ;i
A Committee of the Y. been appointed
to see that the matter of opium is properlr
placed betore the Legislatare. It is to be hoped
that this Honorable House will not try to make
free opiam as well as frre liqnor. The fact is, that
the community feels Tery much safer when the
Assembly is no" in session ; the feeling in this respect
very ranch resembling thai felt in the United
States daring the meetings of State Assemblies or
Kev. ilr. Frear, of Fort Street Church, expects
to leave bT the Lzdy Lampton this xreek for a vacation
of a few weeks. Kext Scndav the tialnit of
his church will be occupied by Eer. Xr. Hemphill, ;
of San Francisco : after that it will be occupied by 1
various persons till the pastor's retnrn from his i
snramering. These summer -mentions are a good j
and useful ctange, and if they were taken by more i
people there be more" happiness and less ;
premature old age in this world. j
Miss E- K. Bingham, long principal of the Ea- j
waiahao Female beminsry, compelled by ill-health j
Mtt .C,V. Udt .JUHUWU '" ..' -
vears of exceedingly arduous labor to the dctiesot
the position, and has been blessed with a large de
cree oi sacoess. iae scaool under ner cnarge nas
prospered ; the young girls have been carefully
andwelltrainedTandas a rule haTe taken
tions of rtspoctahiUty in society. It will be
to nil Miss Bingham's place, and till a new
principal is found Hiss Flaxman will act. i
Last Sunday morning the various Sunday .
Schools connected with Eawaiahao Church met
for their quarterly exhibition. In general the
ject of review -was the course of lessons for the
post three mouths : bet in some instances, vrnere
ai jaJll i
tne scaopis were coaauciea oy nanvra oniy, (
2J prodccUons, both in muse and prose, were .
renctrea. r or perjons wno enry exmomons oi
peatone nativemudncaons these oacc furnish
opportnnitT. The mnsic was particularly good. t
.Berger performed at the organ, and was as-
sifted by several of the finer instruments from fcj
Thursdar evening of last week the faithful '
among the Masons in Honolulu assembled at a
banquet in honor of the patron saint of the order.
St. John. It is doubtful whether this saint used i
to have as jolly a time as his faithful disciples
judging from the gay and happy faces of the f est- ;
ive Masons whocame out, cs" described byonr
devil. He says, by the war. tint St. John used to
have the -very highest kind of A time feasting off
of locusts and honey irom the back wouds but
then, this boy does sot snow.
The TjecislAtiTe Aisembly adjourned over on
Friday till"Monday. On SatiirdaT the Eouse was
entertained on board of the fine ship Fma, and by
them the Tessel was duly admired. .Probably Lieut.
Bakerwas taking noiesrelative to that fine navy
of the future when Eswaihoa and Leahi shall have
been armed with hundred ton guns, and the army
employed in cxejrWng "na Gattling guns a me na
w J "1 Tk Ts 1 t"V anil fken Iih Va
.tSTl ZrT' .''T'
j sauries, iav weail live to s the dar, snS
blhistogeadau our -wires' able-bodied relations
H.E.the Quef Justice of the Folios Court sometimes
has fenny cases, like that of Henry C. on
Tsesday mornmc. He was called to answer a
charge of dmnkenness, and it appeared that he
was of a gay and festive tnra of mind and bit one
of his captors severely, he was charged
i with assault and batterr. and his accumulated
imesimdocBtsamonnudto16. hen he heard
I3? aTV1 ' ?s:di!?:1.H?v
, remarked that he
! womdpnblishtheBitointhepapss. erer;;he4h?lk?a.,ie, Jpige. jnd Sxjhexeit
is any tronble on hu part.
-, " L TTT" . . . .
j OnrT evening ceri at &wahao Chnrch,
' jaonxagne ""'
' i.'Jiary "57?
grand conerrt. bhe wfli beassstsd by I
cal Sxatyarsl by an oitmesM from ilr. toners ,
caea en opay promises "" "
Bach co doubt will be the case. Those who
Uri ths Toioe of onr towns- woman need no
' ancethat wetiiall have an mmsnal laste of the j
rweets of melody. All are curious to know what a I
Tery badly making dent in his head. It is probably
now that he will recover, but he is retina
bad way at the hospital. Wo really ought to have
come means instituted for the more rapid
of other appliances of our civilized and
enlightened neighbors. Perhaps we shall when
we get that guarantee of an independence, if Mr.
Gibson goes after it.
On Tuesday next at the frontdoor of the Government
Building at noon, will be ofiircd to the
public in small tracts of from 450 to MO acres, a
pan 01 toe Anupuaa or .fuiennntu on Maui. This
land has been cut into small parcels for the purpose
of enabling person of small means to purchase
land. One of the curses of this country is
the fact that the lands are locked up in the hands
of a few roorje. who will not sell nor are thev will.
ing to lease on any liberal terms. It is a misfor
tune xor ice country mat ins tanas arc not owned
by thousands of cultivators, and the nation will not
reach the highest prosperity till such becomes the
One of the delightful rides about Honolulu,
when one has several hours to spare, is up into
Ealihi valley, to the foot of the mountain shutting
in the head of the valley, and if there be time
climbing to the top of the ridge and looking into
Eoolan, whence the view is unsurpassed. The
Talley is a tunana garden, yet is not one quarter
occupied. On the way back a call must snrelv bo
made at the hospitable homo of Mr. Morris, where
can be seen the most beantiful flowers and delicious
fruits. One wonders why the upper part of
the valley is not planted with f mit trees instead
of leaving it to the occupation of a few coal burners,
whos chief sustenance as one of them
admitted came from cboUkao. But KaliM needs
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
By the arrival of the Barkentine EUa we have
dates to the 10th insi. The news of the nomination
for President by the Republican Convention
is the only item of importance.
On the 5th day of the Republican Convention
the balloting for the presidential candidate was
begun. Upon the SSth ballot taken on the next
day Gen'l. Garfield was nominated bySS9 votes,
the other candidates receiving as follows : Grant
3CS, Blaine 12, Sherman 3, 'Washbnme 5. The contest
up to the 34th ballot was mainly between
Grant and Blaine the former receiving on the first
ballot HH votes and on the 31th 312 votes, and
Blaine receiving on the first ballot 251 and on the
54th 275. Garfield had no vote on the first ballot,
loathe 53rd, and 17 on the 31th, and on the SSth
SO votes. At this stage the Blaine and Sherman
men gave up their candidates and uniting on Garfield
defeated the Grant vote which held its own
up to the last.
Chicago, June Sth The Convention reassembled
at 7 r. u when the nomination of a candidate for
Vice President was proceeded with.
Chester A. Arthur of "ew York was placed in
The Mississippi and Maryland delegates seconded
the nomination of Arthur.
Texas presented the name of Edmund J. Davis
of Texas, but it was subsequently withdrawn and
Arthur was chosen bv acclamation.
The Convention adjourned at 7:10 r. u.
C A. Arthur has not been verv prominent in public
life. He was Colonel of a Kew York regiment
during the war. During the last term of President
Grant Arthur was appointed Collector of the
Port of Kew York. His removal from that position
by President Hayes some two years ago gave
great offense to Senator Conkling," who made a
party issue on his account in the ensuing Conventions,
and gamed something of a triumph, resulting
in his re-election to the Senate. The nomination
of Arthur by the ChicagojConvention seems to be
a concession to Conkling. "
THE rSPEItMCSEB i will
S"1111' ttk mV " P15 '
BLUE ajalnet any horse in the
for a purse of from S1CU lo $1.0j3;
one-fourth mile each horse to carry Id) lbs. Thii
chsllenre to rC3in open to Jclr 31st, laiO.
TEOTTIXG STALLION E1SQ WILLIAK
COTKR A FET HAItES AT A
For farther particulars,
apply at the Pantheon rubles, corner Fort and
Hotel Streets. S
"TOTICE IN IIEItEBV CS1VE.V TirATTIIE
X cnderslrned hare been daly elected Assignee of ,
the Estate oft E. Hapai, a bankrept, and all persons
indebted to the laid C. K. Hapai are requested to make
immediate payment to L reverancc Ililo, or to J.
Hvrssn. at the oSce of Hvrsan ro. Hocolnln.
SJ7 lm B. ORDESsTEIN Ull-S. M.
t3T DOST LOOK FOR ATSB
XT IS TOO .EXPENSIVE.
We adrertise by Selling Goods Cheap!
And only wish to call yocr attention to the
fact that we have
TTTCrp DTrnrTTJV'Fn V Hr ATtnrrn
" ""' "" snun a""J-
where we have selected a
Larere Stock from the Newest and
Best of Everything
In onr line. Old things have passed away and
all thin rs have become n ew.
NEW PIANOS, NEW ORGANS,
Sew Accordecss, Sew Flutes,
New Drams, New Tambourines,
New Guitars. New Viclins,
Sfw Banjos, New Fit ea.
New Harmonicas, New Music Albans,
Sew Instruction Books,
2f cw Song Books,
New Sheet 3Cx tic, Ac 4c
5.KD DOLLARS WORTH OF
Has been coasigseil to as, with orders to dispose of the
same zx once. In order to do this we have cut
the prices right and left, as yon will ace
by the following list of prices:
Parlor f nits, raw silk, aohd walcct frame JIM
Parlor Suits, hair cloth, sorld walnct frame..
Parlor Suits, raw eilk. solid walnct frame...-. .$13
sliese soiu are rotten up In the newest styles by
Spring Mattress- Jli CO
Wire ilattress 16 00
Straw Xattress... 4 SO
Cat Tail Mattress 6 00
EUREKA. EXCELSIOR AND EATR MATTRESSES
at the lowest possible prices for cash.
Lounges, Whatnots, Easy Chairs,
Extension Dining Tables, ic
Si'lid Walnut ilarbie Top Bedroom SsiU only.-...$i:0
Fine Ttalnut Family Bedroom Scita orJy.. ..:... Ji5
Chairs of every Modern Style,
And Priceawithin the reach of alL
Please call and examine. .
66 and 68 Fort Street.
Honolulu. June 30. 15
S2sJJLle3. Xjialoor, I
Coofa, Bakers and Others,
Furnished at Reasonable Notice, by Jhe
Employment Agency of Crosett & Co.,
733 Sutter SL. San Frandsco, California.
t3T Special pains to sticct luiuble persons to til all
orders. SM tm
Maile Social Clubs
OF THE ABOTE CWBtTILI.
be held at th oSce cf 3L D. Slonaarratt, on
THTRSDAT EVENING. July 1st, at half-past Tp m.
A f sU attendance is rec nested.
SB St W M. GIFFARD. Sectrtary.
COSHODlarS TWO KTOET
known at the - STONE HOUSE," boil of
CorrJ, the propexrr of 3Irs. C. C. Arrnstrocr, at the
neauoruicharcj Strtrt, on Beretania. Tt lot
ufal tbot owicreaad , jj, weS n,-, f nut
and omamental trees. There are quarters for servants.
a carriage bouse and stables. Terms lon time at
rruMcrate interest, r or particulars apply lo
DzTsJnxzsTor tsz Isttesoe. Bosotnr.
CBK TF BE3IEMBEKEI THAT OS THE
sadarofSUr. A.D.1S83. GEOEGE BOWSES.
of Hosolala. island of Oahn. in accordance with Secrius
3 of an Act " To Eaoonraire learning In this Kingdom, by 1
aecxnng iar voptec or jmc jlkwcs io uie janicors
and Propneojrs of snch Copies." approved en the "31st
otDecember, A. D.2S4,has deposited in this oSce the
title of his book. Bowser nhutrated Atlas of the
of Oaha.sUni, Hawaii, FinsIandLaaal,
with views of the priacirtsl Towns, Public BaOdiccs.
Ersidenco. Plantations. c stc tierljita of which
3ae claims as Owner and PToprirtor.
In testimony whereof I kare laeressto set my baad
ard carried tie Seal of tielrleiterDrjiirtmrnl
to be agjBd U ScsoMj, this 3Ka day of Hay.
83 i ef IsterSsr.
doctrine prodaced riots
aad bkohfdtrt Groat Britain before the crril ser-.
vwtrjtsem vC that oocntrr tsss esuhhshed on its
OjrjfrrTtjacksrslaTeeTirjentlr formed a rmc
a the Imae frneatioc. Ti raf table little frmt
Our thanks are due to Messrs. 'Whitney A Robertson
and Mr.Thos. G. Thrum for late papers per
In the Honse yesterday on the question of the
indefinite posponement of th9 liqnor bill, the Tote
stood eyes, 20; noes, 21.
The Assembly has pasted a most munificent snm
as subsidy for steamers from foreicn norm. This
iMuaar qais nasanaaie in price, est tnomrti it long course oicarezm Csirrmg aas cone iocs,
as think of lrttiag it Toice rtich cnnsnally rich, when entrained.
SJler lew thin 15 or 30 for ttro hits. This is an Miss Montagce appreciates the of the
atnni poos. One might irnporttheo from Hex- Musical Society in lending ter their sssistance,
sraandatSthem cheaper. Howerer. fellow and Mr. Berger isahost in himself. Honolulu
taaif;ossat chepfitlt'mmsst raise it: car knows already thafwhat he does, he does well.
'g'ggiaral popcinrior! Kawaiahao CJrorch ought to be crowded fall and
gsaB. As iccsjts they raTt'trnrrt about and find sot Seat left
.hat aadrjet two cents for pt, -why should ther i ;
of kaattngamd On last Riday eTergngwe had asothejspecgnen
. i nf mrrTxpitl rgryrngs El cars civlllgc. Isrobcrys
pteaad other fanit grow wsfl eaaet, bat they loneanatiTo the other a negro got into a dispate
acd srorfs casa to blaws,tho
torsjsetht. lirodEadtiBorl tezss tarsckleE, kuxttte oticrDoy
FIRST GRAND CONCERT
OUST A. COOKS.)
ASSISTED BT THE
Honolulu Amateur Musical Society
PBOF. BEEGEB AXD MEMBERS OF THE EOTAL
Will tae place at Kawaiahao Church,
On FRIDAr EYEXINO, July 2nd,
At S o'clock.
Titleta to be had at Xcstn. Whitney Robertson'!
of AdmlIon Seats In centre of hoaie, JI.S):
Sides, $1.00; Oallcriei, SO cent.
Roervrd atau. In centre oj houic, can be obtained
witaont extra charre. 807 U
1 00,000 SUGAR BAGS!
Per " MARLBOROUGH," vU San Francisco,
Per " CITY OF MADRID,"
Per "CITY OF NANKIN","
For Sale to arrive at low fljares.
ST Sro E. noFFSCITTAEGER Jt CO.
jt is arr ite.tioj, ijt a row
raontha, to leave tilt Klnrdora.
I desire that all clalrat araisittne,to
date, be pretested at my oScr, on Queen
MR. VT. E. SEAL and the BON. D.
KAHAKU are the only persona authorised
by rae to receipt for raonrrt In ray nine.
No accounts will hereafter be paid unless
the same are made by xny written
J. I. D2WSETT.
Honolulu, Jcne 30, 1SS1 807 St
SALE OF THE LOWER PORTIOV OF
THE AHUFUAA cf PULEHUNCI. Kola. Man!, has
been postponed one week, and will take place at 13
UX TCESDAT, JCLT OttJ. ISSO,
At the door of Alilolani Bale, In Bocolsla.
This sue land will be fold in lota of from -CO to 503
acres each. It adjoins the spreckels Plantation, and
frora its tltsarioa and mljrnlsccat possibilities oners a
are chance to .mail investors. $1(XU to $VSM) will bny
enon?h for anv man.
Fcnatr Information can be had of Caatle 4 Hatch,
who have maps, diasraras. etc-or of
of Hit Estate of W. L. Moehocna.
PIONEER BAKERY AND STEAM
, CANDY FACTORY,
mCTICAX. COXFECTIOXEK st PASTItT
German. French, American and EncUth Pastries,
made to order.
Wedding Cakes made of the very bwt materials and
ornamented in the highest stjle of the art.
Vienna, Milt, Family and Graham Bread.
All candies manufactured at my establishment are
cuarasteeato oe .incuy pure.
tavi"lkl.l. ii uvi Ks a&sjMit
Between Nunann and Fort Sts. 805
FRANKLIN STOVE COAL.
JTST RECEIVED, PER
A lot of this superior brand of coal. In bulk for household
Is Very Clean,
And Leaves no Soot
Cheaper than Wood.
riLL BE bOLD
In Quantities to Soil xmrcbaisers.
importers of General Merchandise
FRAXCE, EyGLASD, GERUAyY, A2TD
Xo. 2 ilerrhiut Street, - - Honolulu, H. I,
and -III Front Street,
, ,SA5 rn as Cisco . .
F27 Particnlar attention paid to ailing and shipping
Island orders. 80S ly
rraiE WATER BATES FOR THE ITAI.F.
JL Tear, commencing Jaly 1st, ISSO. are due and pay-able
on that date at the otSce of the Superintendent of
M ater Works, foot of Nnnxnn Street.
D. G. FREETH,
Sept Water Works.
Honolc:a.Jce22.1S3X S36 St
F . J . O'B R I N,
PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER
Ship xrork and Jobbing promptly aSlendtd to
and tnlisf action guaranteed.
SPECIAL XOTICE FRANK J. O'BRIEN has
removed his Tinning. Plumbine and Gaa nuing business
Irom Merchant St, to No. & Hotel it, comer of
Tinware of all kinds Made to Order.
rSrT" Orders left at my Shop will be pronptjT attend td
to, and repairing will be calltd for aad delivered. 8M
A New House Just Opened.
CUL8 UOOJIS K.V SCITB OB SIS
FIRST 124 QCEEN STREET X
Cables nd Anchors
CABLES AJtn IUOX STOCK AJT.
CIIAIV Sires from i Inch to 1U inch, eiNor
ham Castle direct from Glasgow.
S For sale by BOLLES k Co.
" GOOD KISS POLKA,"
ITtWO UfcACTIFCI. PItXXS tTIflCU were
j played oy the Royal Hawaiian Bard s short time
since. Just ateeeiTed by
r5 St WHITNET & EOBEBTSON.
(GndvUe eJfcGUt Cotlegt.)
Late Professor of Xedical Jnrispraiexce. and formerly
Demonstrator of Anatomy in the Csivexsity of
Bishop's College, Montreal. Canada; and for some
rime House burgeon in the London Hospital, London,
OFFICE Corner of Hotel aad Fort Streets, (over
MrQis A Fishers store.)
Hours, from tol0a.m.r 2 to 4, and 7 to 8p.ro.
IXTEBESr OF HES. J. P. COOKE
Jn the Ann of Castle st Coosus. ceased oathelst
day of April ultima, and alldeLtsdne to the firm win
be paid to the endcraigned. Who win also settle all
-!i against the Cms. The business win be continual
ssi jicreiofore at the cd stand, tmder theold
muaeol CASTLE & COOKE. .
inej taix uis opponsiiitT ui -" ucu pauons iov
past favors, and xo say that all basinet entrusted to
their care win be promptly and faith'sUv attended to.
6ia J. B. ATHEETON.
1BTKE STESIXEDSPEEa: Oil, TS
JL TITLES to suit. For sale by
nrHTS SAT. CSUFORSIA 9ATS, HAT,
Jt Bran, whole and Orout sarley.
TBS ForSalrby BOLLES & Co.
Cettlge to Xieti
SH ' HUGO 6TANGENWALD, 1L.D.
looyai Baking Powder
A BAKTSQ POWDER REVEALED TO BK
ABSOLUTELY P IT B E !
By the recent Investigations of the New Tork
and Brooklyn Boards of Health, and
also commended for Its
STBEKGTH AND PTJBITT
By the United States Qovernment Chemist,
Dr. Uott, In his OBdal Beport.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER! f
THE ROTAL BAKING POAVDER IS A PURE
CREAM OF TARTAR POWDER,
Made from pure Grape, Cream Tartar, imported ex
clusively for this powder direct from tho win district '
Wilany housekeepers labor nnder the impression
that baking powder Is unwholesome. This la true of
the adulterated kinds containing Alum, Terra Alba, etc,
which not only make a cheap baklnr. powder, bat a very
hurtful one to use.
E The Boyal Bablnc; Povrder, which ta
absolutely pure, costs a little more per can than the
adulterated kinds, but It it naturally cheaper, because
It roea farther, makes better work, and la perfectly
UP- Do not buy baking powder loose, aa It la almost
sure lo contain alam. Alum produces grlptnc, constipation,
indicestion, headache and dyspepsia; affects
the blood, cause pimples on the face, etc
THE E0YAL BAKING P0WDEB
Is nidi) sold in Cant, -
The above Baking Powder is guaranteed to be
superior to this market, and on account of its purity la
best adapted for this climate.
Sold In H n5o..i K lb- loi.; 1 lb., 3 lb.,
51b., and 10 lb. Cans.
Sy FOR SALE BV
U. TV. JIACFAKLAJtE A ,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Island l
PER -AMERICAN GIRL,"
An InTolce ofMesara. Deals & tierdemuuin'a
OF TnE FAVORITE BRANDS,
CABINET GfiEEN SEAL,
In Quarts and Pints, which the nndersigned offers
for sale at
These wines are preferred in the United States to
nearly all qther brands of Champagne,
GTJABAXTEEII TO BE SUPERIOR
To any la this Market.
U. W. XACFABXAJTE t Co.,
806 SOLE AGENTS.
SX AMERICAN GERL. .
J EST IMPORTED FR03I BERLI.thronsb
Prof. H. Berger, for two or four hands. For Sale by
PICKERING Jt CO.. 92 King St..
SOI lm Opposite J. T. Waterhonac'a Store.
EX AMEBICA2T GIRL.
GRANT'S TOUR AROUND THE WORLD,
EETTEB.S FltOX JOUST Rt 8.1 ELI,
YOUNG to the New TorkHerald; S00page,and
We do not Brag one way or trie other.
Sufice it to say, we have a few copies for sale, and receive
PICSEIUNG & COaKlwrStreet,
KH lm Opposite J. T. Waterhouse'a Store.
EX AMERICAN GIRL.
DIRECT FROM NEW YORK.
Patent Lamp Shades, Feather Duttrrt.
Photo Frames. Patent Match Safes,
Chains. Lockets, Studs. Ladies' Sets,
King, Vest Chains, Ladles' Chains with Lockets, Ac
And other lines too numerous to mention.
77ie abote Goods can be seen as soon as landed.
PICKERING A CO, 92 King St,
SOIIm Opposite J. T, Waterhouie's Store.
SADDLES HARNESS MAKER
NO. S3 lilSC ST., IsOffOlTELU.
RETIlBNIJSl. THANKS FOKTnE HIJUl
patronace which I have received for many Tears. I
wish to state that I have en hand, or am ready to make f
DOUBLE OR SINCLE HARNESS
Of tie Best Vllrritl and Workmanship.
All made of the best Stork: so Convict Work or
iWCy Sydney Saddles
WIIX. BEAR IXSPEtTIOJl 1
Double-plated Trees aad Spring Bars. All Saddles
will be if required, six months after purchase,
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Whips, Bridles, Xarttagilc., Saddle Bags, Bptnj,
TE3 ly PETEKDALTON.
Per City of Madrid,
Per City of Hanfcin,
Per H. C. Wylie.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
JAMES H. HANL0N,
AS OPESra HIsTTTEsT SHOP OS- THE
a Esplanade, in rear of H. Hackf eld & Cc's. where
he will be happy to meet his friends and (he public generally,
aad attend to all sick or lame hcrsca which may
be intrusted to his care. t
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY.
131 Ship or shore work attended to with ,F
ITIHE t73rBnK.SIC.fEB H AVISO rDIKPOSEBr
X of Us suck aad
bestoretsnl ETatefsI to thcDnbeie for their
iiocrai pKneisE issrzsg ms 7cars oi Baseness zs axmv
rera.'sma so scary as pcrues tsaims aealnat
bis to pceatst&e erase, asd sH es jgdeir'rd to
Uauciit parr; est, cs accoscX of
trm iss uy steamer.
H. i. XOLTZ
TOM. SAUB A3? ATJCTIOW. -
ALL THE FUBNITUBE
v "... Otthe, House, J,
ON WEDNESDAY. JUNE 30thf
i , ;. sUJOcj'cJoCsiA,"" ,i 1
At the residence ot Hr. H. J. tcj So'. M Altkta
Sals Commencing tcith Household Furniture:
taJor.Besrooal and Kitchen Fnrnltnjre,! i'
1 Fine Cottage Piano, In good order, and Stool,
1 Elegant Secretary,
1 Hair Cloth Sofa, Hair Cloth Chairs,
SHitr Cloth Easy Chain and Rocker; - H
- 1 WhateoCMuile Stand, Footstool; " J -Pictures,
Tlairi,"l Regulator ElghUay Click, '
Hit aDd Umbrella Stand, '
Extension Dining Table, Lounges,
Marble Tup WashsUnd, Uaresu.wjth Mirror ;
Chest of Driwers.AValnul and Pine Bedsteads, v
Book Case and Book Stand, Bockex,: VT
One Large and Elegant Brass Bed.teiJ,'
Lot of Kitchen Furniture,
Olass and Crockerywire.
FL0BEN0E ' SEWING MACHINE
In good order. Also, r - ,
6SE FAMILT dsRlGE, ' '
1 Two-wheel Brake,
3 Carriage Horses, one Saddle none,
2 Sets of Harness,
Lot ofFJowr .. .
Also, at 13 noon, will be sold, the
HOUSE AND. LOT
One Large Cottage containing Parlor, Sitting Room,
3 Bedrooms, Kitchen and Dining Room,
Carriage House and Stable,
. , Cpltae, .- - - '"4
"-', v tar Deeds st'expenie of purchaser. - v
For further particulars apply to II. J. NOLTE, on tho
premises, or to
, . , .
FEIDAY, JULY 2a,
Drr Goods & Clothing,
HATS, SHOES, PRINTS,
And Variety of Slerchandliel
ilen's Fine Casslmere Pants, Coats,
' Pieces of Fine Casslmere, all vrool. f
. Tins of Meats, various kinds, T
!: " Sardrnes,"r5'and Vj boies, c w r . . I
Mcilnrraj's Oysters, 1 and 2 Ibs.
Salmon, Lobster, Lunch Tongue,
Roast Chicken, Corned Beef,
Boxes of Superior Tea, Boxes of Soap,
Tobacco, Cases of Downer's Kerosene,
Palice'Kcrcseae; , "
' : ' FURNITURE, f . j.
Tables, and a variety of New Chairs-
Lot of STEM-WINDING WATERBURY WATCHES
i -And Sacks of Potatoes; ,;:
' u " v ""' !
KIND AND GENTLE HORSE, la harness or nnder
saddle; 19 hands high; the most timid can drive
him. Sold for no fault, owner having
no use for him.- . ,
One Superior Saddle Horse,
C. S. BARTOW, AnetV.
REAL ESTATE SALE !
.SATTJBDAY. - - ,- ,JULY-3rd,
AtlS o'clock noon, at Sales Room,
A TRACT OF LAND
' r 1 A t
.Knownasapartof the Land called? -.
.ES. -a. M A.OL 3E3 ,
Kula, Island o3fanlt -i" "
Containing 23 acres.
C. S. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
Postponed Until Further Notice.
SITUATED AT HILO. HAWAIL
PDIUIIA.1CK WITH A POWEIt OF SALE
IJt in a certain mortgage deed dated 16th day
of Februarv, 1S. made between S. Kipl of the one part,
and Her. E. Bond of the other part, and recorded In Liber
M pages 111, 142 and 13, and assigned .to C. R.
Smith, Mr- C. S. Bartow Is tnstructad. to sell at Public
Auction, at his Rooms In Honolulu,
All that certain Houso Lot In Pilhonua, Hlio, together
with the Houses, hlrnctures. Improvements and Appurtenances
Also, all those certain tracts and parcels of land situated
In Wainakn in said Hllo, described In Royal Patents
Nos. S3S and 1553. together, with all Buildings and
ctrnctnrrs thereon, and all crops of Cane growing
thereon, and all the appurtenances thereunto belonging.
For further particulars apply to
Att'y for Assignee of Mortgsge,
Or C. S. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
SOLID SILYER WAEE
Large and Small Spoons, Sugar Spoon, --
HuiUrd Spoon, Large and-Small Forks,
Fish Knife, Berry ijpoon. Pie Knife,
Butter Knives, Soup Ladle, Pair of Salts.
OSE COTTAGE PIASO, A GOOD
C. S. BABTOW.
Valuable ReaT Estate!
CS. BARTOW. Auct'r.
TO ALL THE WORLD
- Yickerj's FiresiilesJwiniiI
ONE OF THE
'Best Family Newspapers,
We also give Foor Masnlflceut Cbromoa, 13x13
in IS colors, with the paper, for
One Dollar for one Year I
Postage paid, payable is advance I
, .' - r . j
Call and subscribe st once, or address
riCKEBING fc CO.,
One door from Fort street, Honolulu, H. I.
In ordering, be sure to write nsrne snd sddress. Post
OSce, very plain, and forward one dollar for each
As the edition is scarlr run out. Here yon hare Four
Handsome Chremos and an Illustrated I Mewspspcr in-
eluded, for One Dollar for one year, post paid ,t Ssra pies
can pc seen- - . . - s.
8023m PICKXBINGA Co., A tents.
Ex Lady tampson and Eureka, a Choice
Lot of Whole Barley aflM3f9f m flats
As rood or better than Sew Zealand Oats,
and at a L0WEK PEICE.
CRACKED BAEIEY AND Wrkfti'TJED
AI.WAI5 OS IIA5B.
8MIm LA1SE t CO.
CALIFOESUS ASD ACSTEALIAS
Half Bred Merino Rams!
,, JAPPLTiq, ,,;., ,
H. 3f. GKKEXWEIX,
KSSm , l Kona.Hswsll.
;, ttCraiVKJSe. AKKsWAKSsTss jsrtsst
J. sbooting or cttchisg wild cattle or horses oa tt
premises in own as Ksapafcaea. Jfatihanalsa, aad
Peoetkeo, UmMTaCKmitili ,mmol HUa.
m 6iJ ' " C. APQ5S.
w ,Qnetitt, . v v
a j!rJXI, UHTK ? 6MS!r
JSL (f JOCiBB 4 ',
b 1 i X-JUL Kl
TO CLOSB COSSIOSIBSTS.
At;8c."cIcJt a.4 U oftt
conslsUng or U pan aa luiia ni s
Cissu nrrlar 'f
as I J mwwu
, j isansis. a
Crimean Shirts, socks.
. , ,E anils h Jams, Pleklcs, Chute j, nM , f ft J
' JV- I...3B
'Green Peal iTeaatTowjJr.l U I J A W I .
Soap, Wrapping Paper,
Galvanised Bucket and Tubs,
Saucepans, Iron Pots,
.V;PalnU.Cjaent, - TJ&t JAX.
Saddles and Bridles,
Sheathing Felt, ,""IHTWA35
': ' "Itamps 1 S13
AlMjFcfter ad Wines,
At, Ai, JU.
fat- Termat Salt -- , .4. 90",l I J
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
ONTEIDAY, : :, : i aTTJLYSBa,
At 13 o'clock noon,,,
AT THE OLD CCSTOX HeUJEiWICiBr.
Will be auction,
.the well known ,
Pivita is3 i
i" vAniBICAN ' iJBBfitsCs
With all her Sails, Anchors, Chains aniiTackle, la good
order and ready for sea.
For UT.entorjrapplj.to eaars.B.Hatktsd i Copti
E. P, ADAMS, Auctioneer.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF
NoUce is hereby given that, by ordf fjof, TBt&. n.
DAVIKS and n. SCHMIDT Assignees of Wa.
Johnson, a sell at
r, V,' ' . Pnbllc Auction,
On Saturday,, July;. 17 fli8,
C J M I3.0'tl9ek noon, et thayay, atjryjsiieij y
Room, in Honolulu,
ALL THAT CEBTAIN PBEMISES
' Situated on the Northwest side of Nnuana Street,
1 , la Hbnolnln and being the same! aa, at Ujsesjt
occupied by the said William Johnson as a family
Jar Deeds at, expense of purchaser.
For further particulars enquire of
E. P. ADAMS. Auctioneer,
(Or THE0. H.JJAVIES SCHMIBTl Assigned
Furniture t. uajs
SA? FRANCISCO,, v.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
PARTIES IN HONO'l'tlLU
Or other parts of tht Tslsnils,
CAX HAVE T0EH
Orders Filled at Lowest Ifoies
By application to II r. E P. ADAMS, Qutsa attest, who
has onr Descriptive Catalogne wlUi Prices.
ON HAND AT THE STORE OF L W. HDPP
Black Walnut Bedrooiri Sets,
Black Walnut Sideboards,
Black Walnut Dining; Chairs,
Oak Cane Seat Dioiar; Chain,
' Cedar Bearooat j(,i ,3
L P. ADAMS. AGEKT FSR THE HAWAIIAN ISURU
PICKERING & CO.,
Dtio&ms of MKcaiisa
GENERAL FORWARDING AGENTS
83 KING STREET,
oiz io'ob raok' J'b'iT si., iiin5?i. i.
CHICKERINC & SONS1
40 TZAES SSF0S1 THE 7TJ1IIC!
Sole Aieuts for the Hawaiian Islands,
PICKERING 4 CO.
PI C KE R I IT G & .,C CL
The Attention of Planters
And aJl wishlnr their Orders Z
ril if rr I ati.
Filled asd Blsfaklwi Witimrt JMaj.
SmaU Commissions, ic
Address ci, P.O. BfliTCT '
3 KTJTS BTKBET 99TSlVt,V, St. I.
801 tta t T
Ut KC3 E AMS 0 Hv sCssssa, JEsnSssv
Cordsfe. Besw sad XsslJa,
Cottos Back. Hessss CsjyM.Tlsat Csswas,
tlocks. Oars. Mast Hys, J Hi it I, -
Tar, Pitch, Coal Tar. - s -s
mfsinnss y k ATwwt in Tjtic jumumm
wisHe at II isiiesOMk. g
JL a!shd Kaosu. JkpfirUThki
Xsossssssl ssMMUatM. KssHK
1bbsV JbTwfW'sssbbsIsssI SjTBjrsrsjsss