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Cntntenrtl Yrtrt uf th It rrlt.
Saturday, July iblh flie house adjourned
i noon tinill .sionnay morning.--me oau
r;.nss star! M Mikiki grounds id the after
i. MtA. SsWrc : Honolulu!, Ji ; Married Wen,
6. Tlie races at Kaplolani Park in the after
noon wet wn at folrosvt t ! irt rare of
tingle mile daub wis won by him Parker's
llifj In JMJ TV secrml rise wat won by
Mr. Vs'lldei't Klnmi in Jiio. Third race won
by Joe Dike who took the first ami third
L'ntt each In J 15$ t the second licit was
trottwt In 1'Slri- The fourth race was taken
by 3m P.uker't Unity in two Mtai(ht heals.
Time jnoand 3:04K.--The Kestlest was not
v4 ,ld j the hlfcliMt bid liefng Only $300.- 1 he
'ilSi t -.., l.-l.l !.!. ... ,1.1.. J. Ill .. ..1.
rre cun'Hlcs nrni (iret, nit,,,,,,,; nun nun
good rewlti tliU afternoon. -F. 0. 1'ond wat
attested for obtaining money unrlei false pre-
trniet from Attorney-General Neumann.
About 4250 j ncltrd at the entertainment
lor the benefit of St. Andrew 'a pro-Cathedral
Sunday, July 3J : '1 he mate of the Con
tutlo rccicved a ducking In the haibor near
l)racr' wharf by the upsetting of a light sail
boat in a sudden gust of wind. He could not
tlm, but held to the boat until help arrived.
The tleamer Likclike at she came into her
bctth-ran foul of the Kinau. About $100
damage was done to the two vessel. About
111. it., Captain W. II. Tell and a Chinese
policeman named Sal Mow capttircil 93 tint
cf opium salued at $1,395, from two natives
named Kalua and Kiilu rctpcctivrly. From
Kalua were taken 70 lint of the drug and in a
pile of tubblth In the yard of Kulia Ucrc found
the remaining 13 tins, Hoth men weie taken
tfj the station hnote. Hev. Mr. Kice preachetl
at t'ort-Sl- Cliurch In the morning ; and in the
rieiilng,KeV.Mr.lleckwithprcachid a fine ser
mon On the tubject of Faith. The regular ser
tlcet weie held morning and evening at St. An
diewt pro-Catheilral. At Ucthel Church Rev.
Mr1. Bcckuitli prenched the morning teimon.
Monday, luh uStt ! The second trial of
the IJarratty cate commenced in the supreme
court before n foreign Jury, The bind plajed
four new pieces in the piogramme at I!mma
Squaie. John C. Cluney purchased the in
dividual half-intcrc-it of S. Magin In the some
what notoiiout merry-go-round.
TuttJay fitly jQth; The Honolulu KlrtcH,
after their usual drill at the armory, turned out
undrr Captain Aldrich and marched up Port
street to Urictanri and along Ilerctania to the
Hawaiian Hotel, where they spent sometime
drilling. They then marched by the I'jlace
along King street and returned to hc at,
inory about nt r M. 'I he conipan) hate been
writ drilled, and soon exiK-ct to turn out in full
uniform. The barratry case was given to the
jury at noon, who, aficr being out ocr bur
hours returned a tirdict of guilty against Cook
and Hanton. Sentence was defencd. The
natives inplicatrd in the opium cne were
remanded until 1'rM.ij. 'Ihr Kinan sailed
this afternoon, taking with her a large number
of passengers, besides Her Majesty Queen
tmma ami part), who go tu Kohnla Hawaii.
H'ttlntuhy, July jeM. ThcbaikCalluricn
arrived front San Francisco with Madam Cora,
the famous magician, on lmard. Minister
Gulick while endeavoring to cury out the
king'a idea of retrenchment ami reform, asked
in the house this morning for an appropriation
of $lS,ooo for the new court Mablcs. The
exceptions !n the ense of the murderer Kcanu
were argued hi the Supreme Court. l.croy
Urundage while drising an unbroken colt
through the streets, put the lives of children
and wajfarers in jeopanly, until the rolt which
was tunning away wat stopped at the corner
of Uerelania street. Houe-breakcrs should be
prohibited from using the thoroughfares for
Thursday, July Jill: Princess Likclike
held a reception tl. afternoon. The Strang
ers Friend Society lie'.d its annual meeting
at the residence, of Mr. IS. E, Dilliiiglnm.
The Hnyal Hawaiian Hand gate an extra con
ceit at the Hawaiian Hotel tint evening to
Mr, and Mrs. Dean, who letve on the Ala
meda. The Waiinanalo caught a hrge black
fish, which weighed about 500 pounds, off
Cow Head. It was SJj feel In length. Cook
and Uanlon, of the bairalaty case, were sen
tenced, together Nsith Swan an accomplice, each
to three months' Imprisonment and a fine of
Jto. Quong Kim, a Chinese merchant at the
coiner of Unnu and Ileretan'ti slieets made
his exit this morning with the aid of oison,
Almost a fire at New Votk l'hoUgriip!i Gal
lery. Mr, J. T. WalerhoUse has dela)t-d bit
trip to Sjii Fianelco on account of sicknrsi.
Jlridar, Aunnl lif The Alameds sailed
to-day, A meeting of the creditors of the
bankrupt, Tung Moon, wu held this afternoon
t Cattle i. CookcV The ronteur Musical
Society met to-night for the last lime before
vacation. -1 he etccpllonf and motion fot
new trial In the case of Kcanu the mutdereii
were osruulcdt Ke-aim will be sentenced to
inoriow. The ihtct opium smugglers luve a
beartng set for nel Wednesday,
11 1 rates Imik mot of the crowd last Situr
Hd- 't ,",, ties'enheless there was an inn it -'mi;
' r I. It - .1.. St.t 1,1 k. ........ An.l
time 01 otii ii Hiv ..i.in m ii'in iii.'ii, ,
those wmiwin thi'tf all enjoyed tnem sen i-s.
The gam- wis pla)'-d between the Married
Men and the I lonolulut ; although it rould 1101
m- calleil a close rub, ).t il sciscil to bring
mil some of th' strong 11 weak poinU of
Inlli nines which hive not apjieatol srt prn
mlncnlly heretofore In more closely contested
gtmn The pitching of Parker wat weakened
in the fir three Innings ly the lameness of
Sheldon's hand i lion ever, he did himself full
juttice at snon a ScotI of the Oceanic took
Sheldon s p'ace, and sent the sphere liomi- in
a hot style that brought the Ilonolulru up
standing. Much allowance is to be made for
the players of both nines owing to rain, which
put liotli lull ind ground in poor condition at
the first inning. Napoleon Spencer wat about
the only one who played abos-e the average (
this seat doubtless owing to his staying In the
field during the shower, and, as he admitted
10 me afterwards, "getting loosened up," as
he wasn't sugar and wouldnt melt. The game
was scry well umpired by Mr. Iloardman, who
called the first inning at 3:30 r.M. The
Honolulu lost die tost and went to the Int.
Alter the shower was over tneic wat a tine
flock of foul balls flying In every direction.
The ground had become quite slipiiery, and
one of the champion bosi tool; hit first
In a minner that reminded one of a set-dawn
by a steam trip-hammer however, he limped
off to second causing a ballast of Makikl mud
that took on the effect at he disappeared in the
distance of one of Mr. Nast's caricatures In
Harper's. It will be impossible to give a
detailed account of the game, as correct score
shectt svere not to be had and the scorers did
not take a regulation score of the game.
Spencer of the Married Men made six splendid
fl catches and played throughout the game in
a manner that elicited general applause. A
good chance (or a double play was lost by
Paikcr catching the bill from the bat instead
of letting it go to second. The married men
made no plays to 2d base, save one made by
Scoll which failed. Castle made a bad pick
up at shoil stop and he should hase put a
man out on first. A good play was made by
Scott to third and a good catch by F.llis In
right field. During the third inning while the
matricd men were at bat, Welsh brought
three men home and made a fourth run him
self, scoiing the gieatcst number of runs the
married men made In any inuing. Sharrct of
the Honolulu! made a strike Out, but also a
fine bat over id bate. Hay Wodehouse made
two good throws to second during the fust
inning, and In the seventh, stood up with the
grit of in old professional, after a bad lick
over the eye from a ball. Oat made two
muffs as short stop, and the muffs on 1st and
id biscs after the rain, was something rpiite
remarkable. Maikbam did not do himself
justice In his pitching, but made two pretty
tly catches in one inning to make up hi
record. The ninth Inning closed with a
double play for the Honolulus, when the score
stood 25 for the big 11. boys and 6 for je
.'emrf of f,e Vrnmhilna Cnmnllttfti nf' Hit SfrrtntfetV I'rlrmt:
fhthtl f'ttlt'ur , .. . .
The Sir ni;rrs' Ftiend Society it thi ii..netT
the Pnnoh.,,1 Pr.pnran.r) S.lmol the ,,,, ,,.,, Qf ,l,c lUa,,nn U
ssriiicnrx.minati.mpirt showed the Ich-1 ,,,,, , , ftnnUa,. wa, ,ir,, '
WiXHllann last Thursday afternoon anil cscn
Much mtciest it beug taken in uiiuitic
kpoits in Honolulu at piesent, and every bod)
seems to be asking questions as to the future
moscmenti of our boating clubs. A lie boat
club has been lately orginired, which is to b:
calleil the Knickctlxicker. They hav'c pur
chased the old boat house of the Myrtle Club,
and are putting things in order for immediate
woik. The new club announces that a sub
scription it to be started for the purpose of
purchasing new bo its. I cannot but think
this is a mosc in the-wrong direction, and con
sider that thd course udopted, fir.t by the Myr
tle bo)s, and lately by the Honolulu Vachtand
lkut Club is a much safer one lo keep up the
interest of clubs of this kind, by making mem
bers depend entirely upon their own efforts
The boating tioys arc all alive for the regit
ta which will take place on the 16th of next
November, and as far at I can learn ll of our
boat clubs as well as the king's rake -"nlries
therefor. The Honolulu V. and li u'lub will
enter at the least two boats, and the Mjrtl;
Club will probably enter more. The Yacht
Club, through their executive committee luve
already accepted bids for the erection of their
new loat house on site prcviosly selected.
They expect to have the building completed by
the first of October next. Tne incmbcrthip
of this club Is now over eighty. The Hono
lulu boys have put a ciew for their 6 oar boat
in practice this week under the direction of
Capt. C. U. Wilson, and base ordered a new
6oir gig fiom San Francisco.
JMaJum Car 4 LhhihJ
Madame Cora s.-euis to unity old residents
, ilwlt. feg, yeurslder then when she first
appturi-d In Honolulu In 1S71. Since she
,wa last hcteshe lias tiaselled extensWel)
,io A-isttaha, Js'jw Zealand, J.tva, South
Aliica, thiuugb Ungland and the United
' States and CiiuJa aad along the coin uf
South America, The Advertiser of QftnW
7th 1S71, (.then a tespectable paper of ex
tended circulation) u 1 " Madame Cuia
with bcr woudriful and pleasing magic, lu
tinted a scry successful season at UulTum'.
UaII", Ills to be infeued be)inJ doubt
thai Madame Con lus idd-d pioficieucy In
illusion, and that her performances lu be
glsen line next Vurvliy, Tltrivlay and
Saturday evenings will rvevite more liberal
imnnua thru lit 'he old stays. The per-foiuisuct-
will consist of the All ol Leger
demain, b) Madame Cora, asiste-d bv Mile.
Eugene and Mi. K. S, Stvbs-rt songs and
solos by the iRipaUr banJiiUt, Mr. Frank
I'lliut. The pvifotnunce will close raeh
cvmlii with the liatned b'g Ikauty. lie
tides -Madame Cora the ps-ilortuers urc uu
kuowu In lhi v-lty, but bet tuine is sufficient
to tiisuie success.
1 had the pleasure one day this week of
taking a row nith the Myrtle lx)s in their new-four-oar
boat, built by Mr. Lyle of this city,
and was very agreeably surprised to find such
pioficieucy in a young club. After leaving the
(mat house in company with the new six-oar
boat built in San Francisco, we rowed oser
to the l'ac.fic Mail D.K'k and fiom that point
took a run over the course oat irnund the
spar buoy and back. Thecuutse is well se
lected and Is the smoothest 10 be found In the
harbor, I am not accustomed to race-boat
lowing and frequently forget tu bow to the
stroke as the boi shot from uuder me ) but by
the time we pasted the light-house I found
111) self sufficiently a sea-nun to make the
proper obeisance to Neptune, and enjoyed the
siKirt like an old bectman. Once In awhile
Monsurratt, who was pulliug bow, would
gently remind me not to run them out of the
channel, but by the time we passed the spar
buoy 1 had learned cuough to that we rounded
it In style and came down the home sticlch at
a good pace. 1 he Ms rile boys think a great
deal ol this four-oar boat, and arc justly proud
thai Honolulu has workmen svho are able to
compete svith San Francisco. Mr. C. Puidy,
who pulls ttiokc for this boat, Is a uun on
whom the boys place gitat reliance, and, In
fact, It makes a landsman almost ashamed
that he docs not belong to the club, to til by
anJ see him handle an oar.
crs good iH'lgmt nt in the selection of the
questions, and ilicii careful drilling of ihe
pupils m ihe most generally appiovnl method,
llicre was a commendable degree of neatness
mil accuracy in the rnpen, though none were
of any exceptionally high Order of merit. Tltt
scholars are to young and so recently put un
der this system of written exaininitlont, that
it wonld be unreasonable to exect ruch pro
ficienc) at In older pupils, or in schools where
writlen examination! base l-cn the rule for
many years. The committee icg-et ihit the)
had no time to prepire A tabular statement of
the stuilics pursued and the percentage marked.
The clist.room work to which the whole of
rrtdii) morning svat given, was a very satis
factory exhibit cf the success of the teachers
Iwth in Ihe good older and d sciplinary meth
ods of the school, and the interest and thor
oughness with which the pupils performed the
work assigned them. Work is not made
drudgery, nor It il treated as if it were play.
Miss Lewis In the prim-iry department, has
been specially painstaking and tucccssful In
her methods of svork, and the little ones from
the teiy first take great satisfaction In the per
fection which they are taught to seek In every
effort they make. It wat grlif)ing to notice
that Mitt Caiter't clast had acquired much in
formation outside of the text-booki in which
they had csidently been drilled. Mrs. Ash-
ford's high reputation as a successful teacher
wat abundantly Justified by the promptness,
Accuracy, anil comprchensivness of the recita-
lions of her sarlout classes.
The rhetorical exercises Friday afternoon,
though prepared In onl) a brief lime were scry
creditable to the scholars, and It Is to be
hoped that in the future leading and composi
tion may hive the prominent attention giscn
them, which their importance desert c in the
the daily exercises of the school.
The general impression made by the school
and its turroundingt wat most titlsfactory, as
was esident from the remarks made by visitors
at the close of the exercises. There is good
reason why the school should have prosed so
acceptable and popular. The few ss ho have
lo enter on the college course, will not make
room sufficient for those who have ahead)
made application to the school, or who wish
to enter, and the question of a fouith teacher
and laiger accommodations must demand early
consideration by the trustees.
The examination pipers of the students in
the college course were, many of them, of te-
markablc excellence, and it is evident that the
woik of the past )car has been both thorough
in its attention to details, and high in its ideal
of the scholarship to be attained. President
Merntt has proved himself raoie and more the
right man In the right place ; and Mrs. Mer
rill's instruction hat been so satisfactory to
her clas.es and to all Interested in the wel
fare of the college, that we can but regret
the in-cessity which leads her now to withdraw
from the work of the school-room. The com
mittee must also express their icgret that
in the I-alin clatsthe work assigned fortheyear
has not been fully accomplished in the 33
sveeks of the last school year, unavoidably
Mr. S inford has brought to his work in the
classical cour.c the ripe fruits of tried and
approved scholarship shortened by delay in
opening the school.
Professor Furncaux's classes in elementary
drawing showed some admirable black-board
work; and Professor Marque's cluss In French
was remarkably accurate in their pronuncia
tion, as well at ready and in giving the French
In examining the written papers, only three
of the studen'.s appear not to hase reached
the required petcemoge that ssould
entitle them to promotion. It it for the educa
tional committee of the board of trustees to
determine whether this deficiency can be
remedied by additional study during the coin
The prire speaking Monday afternoon was
a new feature in the anniversary exercises.
Whether or not the offer of such prizes is the
most judicious, and all things considered the
mot desirable method for securing greatest
proficiency In this study, certain it is that in
this particular instance, the resjlt has been
renewed with interest in this exercise, and
most careful attention lo voice and manners
on the part of those who solunteered lo parti
cipate in the competition for prizes.
The trustees and the community are to
be congratulated on the present prosperous
condition and admirable management of O-thu
College. Thjncw college ssilh its large and
well appointed dormitories, reception room,
music room and dining room, makes a most
admirable and attractise home. Parents and
guardians may be assured that their children
will luve a most desirable Christian home
well as the best educational privileges in this
lime honored and popular institution. Theie
ought lo be a large accession the coining year
lo the number of students in the collegiate
department. The liberal gift of lion. C. K.
nisbop, supplemented as it has been by the
generous donations of many friends, will meet
an esident waul In suitable provision for a
t.l.rilsr.tnri: VlinrniwtMli lAmeri vi Minister nf foreign Aftairs would ler of foreign allairs to confer . the stibit
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MIMTtl FR"il SFlit IiW II t Y 2tr! ' sihk me ri'Mimaiueiiess 01 tin nciay siu, sue iiiiciii.in ..luniii 1 n m .....
mcmlier of iutircs of the
mmniitltc of the whole. Mr
I h-rr w l mi 1 1111.
I lie following items of the if proptioiinn bill ' tj.,d Inun he ml
Ing. At the business meeting In the afternoon,
the oifn-eni uf the preslout year weie all re
circled at tollows 1 Mrs. S. C Drrfioii, pi esi
dent t Mr. C. It. llithop, first s iee-presidtiil 1
Mn. J, S. McGrew, second siccpresidrnt ;
Mrt. Alexander Mackintosh, director ( Mrs.
Lowell -Smith, secretiry ; Mrs. S I'. Hilltop,
Th society was cal'ed together in 1S51 and
nrgsnlred durirg Ihe following )car with the
lollowing membership 1 Mrs-lam's Newell,
Damon, Ta)lor, Pat)', J, Judd, Penh.illow,
Ncweomb, Snow, llithop, HolTinm, Cart
wright, Lathrop, Knox, Illidge, Domints,
Harris, Dimond, Hard), Judd, Fuller, Antlion,
lUtcs, L. Smith and J. II. Smith i Means.
Stott, Tlxr, Ilrown, I.ce, It. Judd, Ford,
Hall, llnckfrlri, L)on, C. C. Harris. Whitney,
Coney and Dectnt Wood Missest Fowler,
Severance, Ycaton, Holt, Kobinson, l Judd,
L. judd, S. Hill, M. Dimond, Lay man, New
co.nb, Pratt, S. Andrews, K. Coney.
The first president wat Mrt. Newell, mother
of Capt. Newell of the baik Am) Turner
the tecond, Mrs. T. W. Ncwcoinb t the thitd,
Mrs. Damon, who hat held the office rontinu
ousty for ovct twenty Wne years. Ihe di
rector, since the socict)'s birth, has been Mrs.
Mackintosh, then Miss Alice Ilrown. The
first secretary was Mrs. W. L. Lee, svifc of
Chief Jutlice Lee of our supreme court, and
now Mrt. Youmans of New Yoik City. Mrt.
Lowell Smith, has held the secrctar)thip
ibout the same lengthof time that Mts. Damon
hat held the rrcsklcncy. There hase been
many treasurers, Mrs. Newcoinb was the first
Mrs. S. E. llithop having" filled the office for
the past three ye-.irs.
The first meeting of the society was held at
the residence of Mrs. Domluis, June to, 1S52,
Mrs. Newell was called to the chair. On mo
tion of Mrs. Wood, the society received the
appropriate name It ha$alwa)s borne. The
first officers were : Mrs Newell, President!
Mcsdamet Damon and Ta)lor, Vice-Presidents
; Mrs. Lee, Secretary ; Mrs. Ncwcombe,
Treasurer ; and Mesdames J. Judd, Hardy, C.
C. Harris, Hoffman and Knox, and Miss
Yeatou were elected the first sewing com
The constitution adopted July I, 1S52, has
a preamble which contained the following sen
lences . " llelicsing that this social
constitution exists by divine appointment, and
is designed by ths obligations It imposes to act
as an elevating, purifying and refining iniluenee
upon our characters, we are desirous of form
ing ourselves into a society ulio.e object shall
be the relief ol want pli) sical and men
tal." The spirit of that preamble has been
Like the work of most charitable IhhIIcs,
were pissed 1
Nf vrturrn And rtpnin
ii iflnl (teeruM opm haTr.
Uit.rl, Knilos, Hawaii
General Aiid Uiteen t Hi-iitAl
.amiss? i huealau
for Iaisii ,-ss in niopl
IK Ixlievnl tins rrsi
Thr Other ItlniuU
. M ( . building In llal.sw.s, al-
Kr wharf And crane at Knto
rsw extcmVm of t ihu hr(.
JL'LV a4l!l SrVTV--ODKnt tAV.
Tlie cxpniH nf thtf AttirneygfKr(.t'jt dc
nantnent v. etc rciortril fl fftilort by Us hcatl.
In obwllfiice to n nolrtti ti t
Ketvtnlt jmM Infuimet
AtrorfwpGsjnur OfTW ....
Maui lv (fo 00
1iwh for witncMei tn cnmfnil ca&es
tind txtra police vrrvfee, etc, i
Kanbl.., 11 .11 . ..
Miscellaneous expenses t
IrAvilln; eslflet Marhlt. i
1 ras el'titc esjnses Alldrn) - Hfiti
Actiiu Police laslices.
iji &- j,?;oji
I jet a .0j, 9;
the woik of this societ) deserves to be better
known, more fully recognized, and more liber
ally supported than it ever has been. Il Is
cosmopolitan and non sectarian In escry pai
ticular. Neither nationality nor creed cut
any figure in the consideration of applications
for its dd. Since its start it has helped Hoinan
Catholic. Protestant, mgan and sceptic. Its
membership has been controlle'd by no religi
ous organization, nor its policy controlled by
other than charitable con-idcrations which
belief is merely an echo of the general belief
of those who know the society best. I.ist
year the year rrding last month the society
supported, wholly or in part, 2S persons, at an
outlay of $795. Sis of these were Chinese,
a small portion of then support being con
tributed by iheir counti)mcn.
The meeting at Woodlawn was much larger
in the evening than at the busiiies.meeting,of
the altcrnoon ; and many not members of the
society were present. licfre-sments were
served alwul 0, and the evening was passed
in conversation, much of il, naturally, retro
spective and reminiscent. Among those pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dishop, Mr. and
Mrs. George Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. S. 11.
Dole, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Allen, Professor
and Mrs. Alexander, Judge and Mrs. Judd,
Judge and Mrs. McCully, Mr. and Mrs. C.J.
Lyons, Mr. and Mrs C. W. Ashford. Mr. and
Mrs. Lowell Smith, Rev. and Mrs. S. L.
Hishon. Doctor and Mrs. Tucker, Mr. and
Mrs. j. M. Oat, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. P. C.
Jones, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Brown, Mes
dames i Ldward Damon, S. M. Damon, Heck
with, J. M. Whitney, Ide.llaldvvln, J. O. Car
ter, J. 11. Atherton, C. Me CooUt Kev. Mr.
Hicc, Kev. Mr. Furman, Kev Mr. lieckwiih.
Messrs. J. Mott Smith, Rice and sescial
others, besides their entertainers, Mr. and
Mrs. U. F. Dillingham and .Miss May Dillingham.
Hdam unexpended. ...
monnt 01 Aprvtialiin. llhvmtM
The nllorncv-cenrial renliedto n resolution
asking hit opinion upon the legalltyof Ihe lease
of the Hamakua water rights lo Clans
Spreckcls by reporting that Mr. Sprcckels
would give uf) the lease if his rents
kcrr, returned to him, at Mr, Sprcckels
.wit willinj' to give up the $Vro
he h.id already cxjiendcd lor surveying. Mr.
Neumann said he thought the lease wat a
Mr. Cecil Ilrown moved that the minister of
the interior be Instructed to annul such lease,
and that the lenU paid by Mr. Sprcckels un
der it should be refunded by ihe goseinment.
Mr. Widcniann said this action affected only
this one ctse, and not any of the other leases
of a similar character given tn Mr. Spreckcls.
Mr. Hitchcock moved, as an amendment,
that the attorney-general take steps to cancel
the lease only, as it wat improper to make any
arrangements at this time and in this way for
a return of the money. Mr. Hioan accepted
The attornes -general submitted an opinion
in writlnf!. winch was laid on the table, and
the motion instructing that officer to cancel the
leases wat agreed to,
Ilv revdution the attorncv-neneral was then
itquestcd to say whether the Lanai leases to
Gibson were legal or'nol.
jni.Y2vnt sixrv-Fipnt day.
Mrs Palohiu presented 3 petition atking
for'water pipes for Koululueli.
Minister Gulick presented a report of boird
uf genealogy. Referred lo Messrs. Kilua,
Kowcll, Kauhane, Lilikalinl and Raker.
Il was reported that the unexpended bal
ance of road tax $3.1,307,00, was In the
treasury's gcncial cash. Mr, Dole showed
that the miiilslcr of finance's icnort showed
onl) $2,000, March 31st. Where was the
s.u.OT men t .vimister uniicie reuueii inn
the hnancc office kept the cash In a tamp
sum. sslnle the interior department kept ac
counts with each road district. He said oser
$150,000 was paid in April 1st.
A report was adopted recommending that a
petition to remove the Chinese theatre on
King street be laid on table.
A resolution was rairied requesting the
president of the board of health to rcpoit the
number of healthy children living with lep;rs
at Kalawao, ami to suggest legislation for
By resolution, the minister of the interior
was directed to cause certain roads leading
Irom Lihue, Kauai to other places to be re
Ily resolution the minister of fin.inci.- wa
requested to explain the government's reasons
for demanding gold at the custom house.
Two bills, or.c to abolish the office of audi
tor general , the other amending the audit
act, were made special order for the following
I hejiillowing neyv items were inscilrd in.
c appropriation bill:
I liitiun w mid ni'tt with ihr ap;iuval of all
Mr. Kaulnkoii doubted tin mitlion'y "f tin
house 10 pass tin- tcshnin lib ting lh
minister to 1 xiend 'he lime. lie wat 111 fa
tor of ihe object, Irit thought an set was thi
proiwr method of encmipsssing it. The
Mr. Kanealii moved thai the following bills
be taken from the table and mad. the older of
the day for Thursds) t An act to do rtw-iy with
ceitaiu tuition fees, and, an net to mote defini
tely define ihe hours In be consUUrnl A d i)'s
hilmr for pernios serving tinder cniiiMi-t.
Mr. J. Moti Smiili moved tint the bill re
ferring to (wstal savings lie taken from the
tabic and referred to rt select committee.
Oil motion of Mr Unwell the bill wit teid
a second time by lu title, after svhich Mr.
Smith renewed hit motion, which was put and
carried. T he president apomted, at a se
lect commltte lo consider the bill. Mert.
Smith Howell, Hitchcock, Abolo.md Minister
In the committee nf the whole, Ihe house
finally passes! the following items for roadt
and hridcci 1
Paum Valley. mn im. $ j,onn
Kahlili Him i. tiro)
Nuuanu rcssj and Paliiiii,iiiiiiiin.ii...iii4tir
Koolajpr.1.0 mi ..mn 8,roo
Koolalofliin.i mi. ..... 1 4,ox
I.vx mi 4itn
Wnlinic...... iiiiinii linn mi j.xx
UVuslna ..1 1 mi mi. 8,u."
I XhAilM 10 VVBUukUiiiiiimm ...i. iiiiW.onO
I moderation ol tne tn.i increasing ine ... . ... ,... .... . i .i ta.
1 si,,iriinp mutt, in I ' '
A. "s- 1 1
horn in the clislr, tefltltr I in Ihe indefinite
iMMtpnnrment of the bill Mett. Hole ntvii
Cecil Ilrown supporlrsl the Mil and Mexn.
Knlua nml Nawithl oppospl it.
Landing At OVala. Hawaii ,$v,tiui,
Landing at Naiioopo s.ood
ltrcaVwattr In waimea river, Kauai... ...... . 9,101
subsidy lor steamers 10 touch at ruLoo, lolo-
E. G, BircKWiTit.
A. O. Fokiics.
I. E. Waro.
C. M. HVDt.
Honolulu, July Jlst, 1SS4
T he hospitality of Captain Moise is prosvr
bill but Ills acvompliibiuuit a a gourmet it
not ) gencially known as it dcteivrs to be,
Last Tuesday be entertalnest a smalt but select.
taty f Invited, guests who sat down to a hot
luncheon of Cape Cod turkey served in the
u.os; approved New UuglanJ fashiun and uuJc
addittoiulljr appetuing by liberal bumbcit of
1 1 1 . 1 1 11
The Ko)l Hawaiian lUnd will play at the
MalUkt Bat kUll giouad to-day. Tht
will b no coacs'it at uuat Sui.
A very enjoyable alhii took place last
Monday evening tl the residence of Mr. S. G.
Wilder, who gave a dinner to the King. Dr.
J, Molt Smith, Mr, Henry Ma:farlaue and
other piomliKiit ciilient were present. Al
though newspaper men ate not often allowed
lo be JuJges of good dluntit, 1 am Informed
by one of the guests that the repast was
something to be remembered even by a king,
On Tuesday night Judge Wideuiann gave a
ball and party at his icsidcnce near Puuiliou.
There were many friends and acquaintances
present, lo many, .these pleasant gatherings
uuke up emc half of (he pleasure of island-life,
and sveave themselves with those memories,
which outlast their day. lost.V.
Honolulu, August I, iSj).
A number of icoent visitors left b) the Ala
nicili yesterday, AmoAg them were Kev, L.
O, Ikckwlih, Key. V. T. Futnun, Mrt. W.
Ute and Miss Kates, Mr. and Mrs, W. L
Dean and W, K- Dean Jr. andMr. 11, L Dodge.
I'rofetsor Marques, Colonel Sprcckels,
and Judge Davidson, who may fairly
be called birds of passage weie also outward
bound. Mrs. Fumeaux, Mrs. B. H, Austin
md Misa Austin, Miu Micbldi, Uiu Rote,
Mi. - W. P.ttiwu. aod JaWiMwa.
Dfllh vf Jastth S. Uurnry.
The Press regrets to announce the death of
Mr. J. S. Gurncy, whidi took place at mid
night of the 29th ultjmo, from rapid consump
tion of throat and lungs. 1 he deceased arrived
here about 1S0S, and became well known us a
shin carpenter, In the employ of D. Fostir &.
Co. He succeeded Captain Bone's In the
curiosity store on Nuuanu street, but the busi
ness liciug too confining he sold out tu Ihit
llios., and then went into sugar planting at
Wainunalo, The latter (ml of list )ear he
was appoinlcil manager of the Itccu Planta
tlon. About four weeks ago he irame to Hono
lulu 10 receive medical treatment, with the ex
pectation of tcou returning to Ids duties, but
an atlaek of pneumonia prev-.ulcd his doing
so, and be gradually tank, suffering at times a
difficulty of breathing akin lo asthma. He
was a kind husband, a fond father, i faithful
friend, and leaves now a widow and seven
children tn this city, also an aged father at
Falrhavcn, Mass., to moum bis loss. The
deceased wat a btolhei-In-law of David Day
too, C, IL Wooluiingtoa and T. G. rbruin.
The funeral took place at 4 f.xl. of the 30th
fiom his Lie residence, corner of King and
Alapai streets, and was largely attended by
t) miiathuitig fiiends, and niembeit ol the 01
deisof O-ld Fellows, ami Knights of I'yiluas
of which otdsrs he was a lucmlier. lU-v.
A. Mackintosh conducted wrvices at ihe Ihmw
and grave, and the funeial arrangements
were ciiducted by EeceLIm Lodge, I.
O. 0, F. of which order he wat a past grand.
The principles of ''brotherly love" of the
members were frequently ciip'.tild during
his illnest by their watchful catc, while the
svrupalhyof nun) fiteudt tu their intnislra-
tlon shaped Itself at the last In floral offerings
that touched llit btiearcd hearts ta their
bounty, their beauty and Ihrir significance,
C'ifAie,ffii Fair JCii(er(cftni,lei(.
The entertainment of last Saturday evening
al Musical Hall, for ihe benefit of St. Andrew's
Cathedial fair, was very laigely attended. Il
proved, or rather re-proved, thai the versatile
talent of our mutical and theatrical amateurs is
of no niran Older. That eveit thing passed oil
wiih regularity and without the slightest hitch
was largely due, doubtless to good stage
management. But those who took visible part
were responsible for the spirit thM carries! the
audience In frequent outbursts of applause.
The overluies of the first and second parls,
by ihe S)iuphoiiy.Club under Mr. Marques'
leadership, were finely rendered, and gave
evidence of satisfactory progress in the socictv't
practice. Miss Mt:h!els rendition of Xttert
In cue fjnt, asal',0 herpait in the trio with
Mr. Hatcbuanand Mr. diaries MichlcU inhe-
selection from "Jerusalem" showed her In bet
ter voice than it has been the good fortune of
the writer to have heard her on former occa
sions. Her singing so euriturrd the house
that she was twice called before the curtain inj
response to the incessant applause at the close
of the first pieces and, to vilisfy the same out
burst at the finish of the trio, the- artists repea
led the gem, The audience evidently appre
elated the excellent tinging of Mr. Ihsselman,
loth In this and In his solo, eailier In ihe
evening. Mr. Mlchlelt cornel solo was giscn
with hit usual dath lint might have sorely
tried .his accompanyitl on Ihe piano, Miss
Catrle Castle, had her mattery of ihe Instru
ment been lett romplele.
"Mrs. Jarle)'s Wax Woiks" at shown has;
been considerably cnhrgid since the first ex
hlbition, a few months tiuee, and resulted
satisfactorily In tin figure, controlling their
risibilities despite the trying ordeal of wit
nesslng each oibeis ridiculousness. .Mrs.
Uickcrlon makes an excellent Mr. J a rlcy and
brought in several local hits, efl-ctivcl),
while expatiating upon the pccutariiics of the
The farce " Who is Who, ct All In a lg,"
opened so ridiculously that the writer could
not tuter Into the splut of it, but this by no
means reflects upon the manner of carrying
out (ho respective parts by Mrs. Htyley and
Miss Wodehouse and Messrs. A. T, Atkin
son, J, F, Brown and E. II. Holdtworth.
They rallied out their pjtts a.lmirabl), and Kit
many with (lie ardent hipt that Honolulu
mty hive more enjoyment from )ci home
talent llut gives so little Indication of the
kai u,id Lanal.
The following icgular items passed
ADhCirs and 11uoh..... $in,ooa
rue Uepartment, Honolulu...... ... .. 35.00)
llet-llot Ahlhnl Hale. . , , 363.34
Kcntof Alenui.. ...... i,aou
Kent 01 Kottolaloa lKHind, . 703
Government printing 5.("o
Co sing records laud eoini!iU,ions 3,ouo
Hook and stationary fur res'stcr ofconvr)anees, 3,000
Ussnses ot nlinu certificates of boundaries J.ooo
Kxpenscsof eletlion... so
Incidentals Interior department J.ooo
Incidentals KOvtmor's'oflices.. sou
The bill nioviding a road sutlers isor in
The bill to amend sections 1.110 and 1420
of the Civil Code, rrl.iiing to masters and
servants was lost.
julv 26tii slssios,. sixrv-sirn uv.
The finance committee favorably reported
the bill to pay expenses of government up to
the 31st of August, 01 till the appropriation
bill is passed, if before-that time.
The hill. to amend section 1488 of the- Civil
Code was Indefinitely postponed.
The bill to amend section 3S0 of the Civil
Code, relating to fisheries, was referred lo a
select committee, composed of Attorney-Gen
era! .Neumann, aim .Messrs. Ainara, wiue-
minn, Kauwdaand Kamakcle.
T he special committee on appropriation ol
toad taxes recommend a total expenditure of
JULY 28III SESSION. iIXTY-SK.VE.NTIt DAY
The finance committee recommended thai
the otTice! of superintendent of public works
and civil engineer be united, at $3,500 per
annum and a clerk nt $900 per annum.
The government throur-h Mr. Kauluknu
tried lo hase the appropriation bill considered
every dny. Mr. Hitchcock moved at an
amendment thai Ihe bill be contidercd for
only two hours every day. The amendment
It was agreed to refund to Mr. Spreckeli
$500 paid at hrst )ears lease 01 ceruin llama
kua svatcr rights.
T he salary of civil engineer an I supcilntcn,
dsnt cf public woiks, was passed at $7,000.
un motion 01 .sir. uuiick. an iiciu 01 aii.ws
for balance of salary oflhc chief eiigineer until
Vu-'usl next, was inserted.
Salary of clcik was stricken out after a long
discussion, in wmcu .sir. uoieanu .sir. vtiuc
maun favored a' clerk and Messrs. lsenberg,
WildcrMY:tO. Smith and Bishop favored an
aS'sTslsot cfvSl engineer. Mr. Iscnbcrg slid if
.Moton. Kausl.....in 1 I,oo0
Kaaiulali... .. t.ooi
Wfduku m... ...i SiSou
Mskaoao . mn. .in. ..1.11111 1.000
r lanx. m. ., e,n
Kauai ,.....,, X .. ?.)
Noill, Kohnla 5,000
South Kthala... ,.....,... 4.oi
llaniakiia,,,,, , 5,000
HllO.I I Ml ...lS.n"
IM.lli I.. .....li V,lAM
Kail.. .. 5.0U1
iuulll Knns mi i. ...,5oo
iNortli KoiUmi .. t,n
Koloa ...11 1,500
I diue 1,5c,
Waimea and Snlhaiiii. . J.o"
Kswaihaf.,,,.. ...... . 3,cuj
Leave ol absence was granted .Mr. s. it.
Wilder fot liner da)s.
The general banking bill was ordered re-cneroscil.
The bill authorizing the minister of finnicc
to nay silancs until Aucust list was passed.
The Independents -all except Mr. Cecil
Brown- being nbscnt from the house, the
bare quorum of the got eminent parly present
took up the two bills, one to repeal the audit
act and the other to abolish the office of
auditor general, and incfinitcly postponed
them. Motions lo re-consider being put and
lost in each case..
JULY 30TII SIXTY-NINTH I1AY.
After the minutes were read, President
Rhodes rose and said the tninutet recorded
tint at 4135 last evening, Ihcre being no quorum
present, he left the clnir, but did not record
the fact that, previous lo leaving the chair, ha
had put a motion to adjourn which was lost.
There was no quorum present, ami as there
wat the unusual sicht of all the ministers be
ing in Ihcir places, he thought it was no use
for him and them to sit und look at each
other when no business could be done. The
minutes were corrected to read tint "before
ihe piesidcnt left the ch.iir, n motion ss-.ts
made to ndiourn and lost."
A petition fiom Mr. S. N. Castle ngainst
public money being spent for the carriage hire
of members was ordered printed in Hawaiian
The imjorit) of the judicial)- committee re
Hrtcd in fasor of an amendment of aiticlc 20
of the constitution, so as to exclude police
and disirict judges from holdlni; scats in the
legislating A minority report was presented
by Mr. Aholo, dissenting fiom the majority
T lie report cf the judiciary committee on
Ihe bill to amend chapter 39, Penal Code,
relating lo gambling, recommended that the
same be passed.
Mr. Dole presenicd the report nf a majority
of the same committee on the bill lo appoint a
police justice for Mikawao, recommending
that the same be passed. Messrs. Hitchcock
and Aholo, presented a minority report urging
l ut llieie was no nceil. .via only report re
jected, and minority repcrl laid on table.
.Minister sjuncu csiiiniie-ii me expenses 01
opening Hotel 1 1 reel as follows :
Land d.msgri and right of wiy $11,300
I,esf settlements .... . . 7,000
llxpenses and cost of construction .
Tout costs - . . -$ 6,aoo
Minister Gulick aLo reporlcd upon the
reference to him of claim of residents of Wai
ma for $122 for road work done by them,
that ihe claims would be examined and settled
as other claims arc.
In consideration of the annrooriation bill, in
committee of the whole, the following items
w ere justed :
Extension of Hotel btreel 7,00000
Knad tax unexpended 31,307 C9
Iinmijration 3a.wss cm
Lock-ups and court houses oil Hawaii. ... 6,31x160
Lsclc.ups 011 Kaooi ,. .. . , $00 00
Lock-ups on Maul . s, ro
Iack uijs on Oahu. . ...... ,.. .. too o
In rennul to luiniiiirallon, Mr. Hitchcock
said that the committee to whom the nailer
ofinunlcralion ssas referred considered that all
needs of the country could be supplied from
Japan. Ite thought tncy nan inner susjicna
ihe Poituguese Immigration for the present.
Mr. Row ell said thai while il seemed ncccs
sary locuilail all appropriations, be still did
not approve of depnsing the minister of all
discretionary power in the mailer of what
class he ordered. If the Japanese immigration
were, to fail, he thought il would be advisable
to renew the Portuguese scheme. He would,
therefore, move that $lco,cxxbe applied to
Japanese immigration solely, II practicable ;
anil it not, to t'orttigucsc. 1 ne minister saiu
it was hardly svisc to lei go entirely the grip
on one scheme licfore hying hold of another.
Thev had not even yet cot the first shipment
of Japincse. They did not know how ihcy
would be received, or how they would agree
with the country in a general way. Mr. Cleg-
horn Ihoucht thev niiclit to vote for Portuguese
as well as Japanese. In his opinion, 6,000
The Geneva, Illinois, Repttbllean Ims lh
following account e the death of Mls Illkt
Scott n sister of Mr. W. C. Wilder ami Mrt.
A. McW)neof ihlscit) ) "It It with great
Milnus thtt wc note the death, on Saturday
last, June 2S1I1, of Miss lilli SrtMt, She went
home from ihe offies; on I'rldiy felling quite
sick, on Saturday afternoon eight dayn after,
lining patted through a week of sufferings,
the gave up the struggle and yielded htr sfdrh
back lo Ood who gave It, Born in Uenevii slit
pent her whole life among m, and the ster
ling worth of her chiractcr was aekiiowleilgeil
liy this people. I lonesl lieaitcxl, clf-siicririclng
devoted gill, she gave her life ill full meaintre.
She had read aright the words of the Muster.
They that lose their life for my wkeshill find
II," for Ihe whole tenor of her life was on of
sclf-abnegitlun and heroic devotion tn iluty.
ell done good and faithful one,' should Ixf
written iiKin the tnatblc of her tomb. Ttto
funeral nt her home was conducted b) the Res.
C. II. Abbott, a simple and touching service,
Midi ns she would have chosen. She wns fol
lowed to her last refiling place by a large com
pany of filcndt and rclitlscs. who understood
her worth and mourned (heir loss."
ihe service to be held there this evening.
AuerVlnnis at ihe Kohnla Union Church
lud tccemly the pleasure of listening to a seri
mon by Uev. V. II. Oleten of Hilo, both
morning ami evening.
Tlie bnrk Fertlt Thompson tailed from Ks
hnlul for Son Francisco, on lire 3t,lh ultmlo,
hiving r)7 lont of sngur on board, and one
Menr, Mr. Hamilton. The Couttiiey
I'otd It unloading lumber out Ihe same port.
The thnrth-gftlng people of Hllo were glad
to tee Uev. Dr. Rrekwlth. All were delighted
tn see hit face once mote, and gate Mm a
very wnrrn welcome, He sm Ihe guest of
.Mr. ami Mrs. Luther Severance nnd alto of
Judge and Mrs, t S. I.) man. He preached
In the Foreign Church to a urge audience.
Ite also vhtUed Papalkou Onameti and Ha-
kalrm. Writ pritent at Wednesday evening
nry-r meeting ami makes tome Impressive re
matkt. lilt sermon on Siblialli was from
Matthew, 1 131. All regretted he could not
emnln longer. He carried with him the
IoIir nul of all,
Mr. George Aside) has resigned from the
ogency of Wells, l-'argo A Co., and has re-
tiled fiom charge of the nesvxnper routes of
the Hawaiian, lie will possibly begin in the
auction business soon. Messrs. S. M. Caitcr
& Co. have taken the agency of Wells, Fargo
,- Co., and will doubtless gise the public cscry
The Friend for August It out In good time
and gises an excellent variety nf thoughtful
HoNoetlt', August, 1, 894
W'e. 1. niz fit a t!ixti from tin- monotonous reply 10
our enquiries for "anlthinc Itew in commercial eir.
ties." Ill.il ROtto I stereolvpeit "uothtnx new,"
rliat Is, iheie is no business Iranssclions oitl of ihe
ordinary ult)ihi( of I ral dulls- Mnntl re Mlinc;
eouutr) otdr.es. 1 hrlc Is nothing- of isinlidcnl feelins
that lend, toj ri.mole enterprise nnd seiitnrc 011 new
schemes 1 r tstenstoiis, thouati thsreare scleral pro
jects reporlcd to he Irt ah)anee.
The sailltij; ) esteiday of the Alameda lent x ssriety to
the prevnllEti-ipiitness, itioujh much 1) ereof nxsdueto
a irlhni; fact ngainst us, in the lare list cf drpaiturrs hy
hvr. Sha lock also u larce and valuable cargo. 0,e
DC.Murrt) and Clan Utatit liolh gor ofr eaihcr it, the
Meek, also for S.111 Trtncico, with caranc, salueil
respectively at $37,85- ond $73,318. llur Vlauivda's
rnnjo was vslae.1 at 5t5j,o8.r
loda) will ho ottered a variety of parcel of real
estate, at nuctlon hy Mcs-rs. I.)ons ex lve), nnd Mr.
V. V Adams, as also several of the business propcniet
ofllait llrothvis, vb. Th Astor House, the Utile
Ice Cieani Parlors, and iho Illue HiiLse Coffee Saloon,
t he parcels of real estate to be ill)osi.d cf comprises
mortgaged proietltes and vahl ihle lease 111 sarhut
issrts of the Islands, hut most!) rice (ml sugar laud ta
the KooLiu divlrict of this island
lo morrow tl.e Australia will be due frora the Colo.
nies, eu route for San I'ranLitCO, and on Friday next
ihe Mariposa sn ill be due fro.it llut port with dvtca to
the 1st instant.
Il is rrportnl that at the examinations held
in the llllo native cliurdi lust wek, MtstTamir
Mann took the pilrc for having the belt ichool.
She wns one of Mitt Lirtie Lyon's Utst puplli
fot (1 years in Ihe female seminary. Shortly
after going buk to Iter home, she took a few
private puplli, was then oppolnted to one of
ihe government schoolr, and now hat 30 or
more pupils. Il Is good to see ttich fiultt, of
the endeavors of pailcnt teachers, to elevate
the Hawaiian race. The animal exhlbitior! of
Ihe Alnakea Lnglish school look place racrntly
in Ihr nxlive church.
Mr. Little, chief engineer of Ihe Ahnn'dt,
met with .1 piinful accident the day before the
Mi-imcr arrival. While eximininga p.irlofllie
steam steering apparatus the second nnd third
lingersof his right hand were cai'gbt 1" a cog
and a portion of flesh torn from the end of
c.ich finger. When the steamer left yesterday,
both fingers were healing rapidly,
The Caibailcn his docked adjoining the O.
S. S. Co. V wharf for the discharge of an as
sotted cargo of coast produce, etc.
Merc.iaiit Ve&scls Now hi Port.
IIoi-p, l'rnlttlh . ....
CA IDA M en, HuMmnI s
Co's'.Ufu., Coutuu .
Vessels Expected from Foreign Porti
Likhkoi Htu tk Varum a Ingram
Due St; t m w.
UitEMi..-s'f II a v. ,k C U Uisiior ,, Waller
Due AukuU 10-15. HatJsfjM A. Co, Ai;entv.
MliNbtrt Hrit SS AvJilKALlA CAl
Due Au4. 1 HatlsfililstCo , Aeui.
N'nwcAtri.fc., N S W, Am uSp Kl DokaU . ---
Dae "', Agctus.
Sam I hancisco. AmssCi 4rsSvu.Mt ..r?ar.kr,i
Due Auk- io. IlacLfcMtl Co., Atniv
lAhinot lint Lis, OpriKl i,..
To sail June i, l lit Dvie. i Cx, Acinic
JtLlMT, Am. lf!ne HA2,bd... licrney
Duc lu all October A. 1. CuAc. Agtnt
HoNCkotst;, Am bk Cki.os ........lUrtiou
Duv Auua i. C IW-ncr.t Co., Ai;cnt.
UsiaTON, Am bk Martha Davis . . . Censcn
Sailed i une so. C Llrewtr k Co.. Auenu.
Nuw ohk, Cer lkTilLiA . Iliombohn
Sstilcd (una a3. LASltet LiiLe. Autntx,.
Sas KhANCiCO(Ani bkino Dl4CovBKV,....reirinun
Due AutJ. t, H.ickfcM fV Co., ARtni.
San PftANCisco, Am b. b. MAwrtS. . 1 1 ay ward
Due August 8. Irwi! A 0 Afitiit.
Humikildt, Am lent I.va -
Isie August Lew crs L Cooke, Aifints.
London u MapisIRA. Krertclt si Uohuhaux-"
Dae Aufc-ust . O W MacfaiUne i Co, Agents.
IaIiua, stin, Lornifii, from Maui Jly.3
KiUuca llou, slut, bf-arfc, fiom Kkhului.. .. ' ti
Mlolo. sell, from 1IIU H tl
Mary L rolr, vrh. from Nxsilisiti. ...... "
Kiuiu, Mm, King, from Maui ami I law ail , , ' jft
Ka Mol, Kh, from Laupaborltoe . . .. " a6
llatcakalj, Kti, frwtu Ptpi-ekoo .. . t$
lholtho, sch, fioui Kauat ., . " t5
I wjLmi. stui, Laiitcron. from kaudt.. .. .. H $f
l.ikchke. tm, WfiilMvli, from lUwahf ., ' tj
C U UiUio iMt V, froiu ItaiitaVua .. ., " rt
lloie. Am bk, Peitlultovs, from Port Town win! I it
s'darion. ch, from U'alrIo " aS
N'ssitie Mirti'l, sell, from I aluicu " ay
latrntu, st,l, from Hanalel . ' tg
.MaauoVatabi, s,ha from Kauai. ...
KcpiiMic, Am bk, from laeoiui. ' 9sj
M ana, u li, froiu I'auka . i ;
Ptnier sua. Hates, from Kau ' a
laii turn, Atu bit, iinuraru, I rum au rrait
clco... , w
jatues niakee, sun, i reeuun, irom Kauai... . "31
A UCT10H SALtt,
it: asm or citoirx u.vn.
ON SATUUDAY, AUGUST , AT is M.,
At salesroom, Qutcii St, Honolulu,
Dy direction of the Comnillcncts of
Crown Lands, I will sell
i The lease for a term of )ar, rent paabU
eml annu'slly in adtunce, of all ihit pari of llihonui,
II Ho, Hanait, Comiitencin; at tlie upper boundary
Hrtcrc il joins llumuuta nnd extending below, adiiiioc
of thti3 mtltrt, rrvinc birds, tie. Usual condlilons
ofteaxirsof Crown IMnds. Lese civt-n tin right to
hoot 01 capture the lU cnttile
leasts for a term of r yeurs, rent piable iirul
anuiiAlI) in Advance of thefollcInaj desaibej rremUe
(a llllo, llaw-ii to wit : The pi-tiiilicsconicrof W at
anuVnue ttret, lido, with Ml the bulUmss tl.erwu
Satii preml&es are now occupied byV II Ktcd t a
store and known as the Coney bt.
B. P. ADAMS, Auctions
Copies of conditions of IfiAtai at auctbu rwom.
Japanese could be brought here for $300,000.
Mr. llishoii moved that all tlie moneys re
be returned Into the
with Mr. Bishop's
The American thlp Republic fioiu Tacouia,
I ten teulc to M!boutn, touch! off thla pojt
1 m Tuesday ji tot mpf lie.
Our stalls; conicmporarics will guleM to
to learn that the hhlnoie hat rtllrfd
fiooi the Island liaia and genial Captain
Jtrtli hat rrtlied flow her. She left the
Sound Ultly slth a loadcf luenbtt for I'lnaoia,
ni cot fot toil port,
the engineer needed a clvrle he might be taken
Irom amonc inosecoscinnient cie.Kt wnonui'i;
jiound the assembly listening to the debates.
Mr. Dole said that the attendance of the
cleiU wat not e-rpial to the watchful attend
ance of the chief cngineet during Ihe entire;
JL'LV 39TU iC SIOS.-SINTV-Klliltlll DV.
Mr. Frank Ilrown moved a resiliili"n or
dering the linance minltter lo eaten I the date
fiom which duties must lie paid in gdd until
the 1st nf December next.
Mr. W O, Smiili supported the resolution.
lie had introduced a resolution th olhct day,
atUni; the minister of finance for lilt reavoni
for the order. If the reasons are such at will
admit of the proposes) extension of lime 11 will
be a great coincidence to incrchaiiit.
Minister Kancna said t " The nolicr which
hat apjKared lately Is not entirety the tame at
inr original tmc. j nonce 10 " inv s-nsi
wat pub'ished vmie lime pretio is to the ses
sion, and after the house met th.'re ssas on ex
cluuiie of exirrctixindeiicc between Ihe Unllfd
Slatct and this goseriimciit alioiil the customs
duties, and tlieie was n acrecuvctu made mat
the matter should lie awhile until aficr the
present urstion. The notice was Inert taken
uut of the papers. After the gold bill passed
Ihe hou.e, li'escr, tne Aiiu-rtcrn 3iinisicr
came te him and mM, ou must put In that
notice again, lu appear before ihe 1st of
August.' So It appeared. Therf are other
reasons for It. , Turning to Mr. Smith -'I am
answering your resolution at the tame time.')
The notl'e wat gotten up hurriedly and lisacd,
and he now belies cd the lime given the met,
chants wat rather limited. ,a hidnuob
lection to the ictokiion, is urcsenleil by the
honorable iiiemliet this looming, to extend tht
tliie for (nforcing the. oidcr."
,r, Ude th wghl that, under the circum
stances, the American Minister wo-ild consider
the extenilon of time 1 east-ruble. Allho:gh
the United Sutct asked that gold should be
Diid. vet he understood that they did not In
sist ruo it on account of th Inconvenience of
coi( tuilafu met) tKff. lit tv!iestJ me
cciscsl from planters
Mr. Kowcll's moilon,
amcndincnt, wat cauied.
In rcpt) lo Mr. Howell, Mr. Gulick said
there weie sulficicnl application for another
tliinload of l'ortugiiesc, Mr. Koisell then mocd
ved tint $yo,oco lie inserted fur I'oituguese
immigration, Mr. Ililchcuckaskcdifinrchang;
lud been inarlc In the contract, at he felt sure
that the planters would not take another ship
ment nf I'orluguese with similar contracts to
those received by the Cily ol I'arlt. In reply
lo Mr. llithop ihe mlnlslcj stated thai ihe ap
plication! on luud for t'niluguese were made
iliiiinii the first riuoiter of the year, and none
of them ha I been couuleriii ended sinci-.
Ileni of $00,000 passed.
Minister Gulick asked tn add to the appio
prialioii bill an itim of $18,000 for palace sta
bles. Mr. V, O, Smith moved to indtfmllcl)
ptittjioiie the item. Mr. Ililchcock said the
minister lud come in a few datt ago with cer
tain rediicttont in Ihe appropriation bill, sel
Ihcy had voiol for cstrv Increase tliatjiad been
moikised for toads and bridges. Now they
want the houte tu tote a house fot hit majrsl) t
horses. If this is the economy llut ihcy were
to practice he could not tee but thai all the
communications upon that subject were a farce.
Minl.ier Kaucna defended the proixiul in Haw
aiian, Mr, Dole crviraclcriicd the conduct nf
Ihe ministry at rxtiaardinary, and In direct
opposition ol the dcclait-d poller 'f the Mug.
'Ihcre wat no il-cency, i.n consistency, no mor
al courage in ibis inlnlttiy. 1 try hail not
shown the least desire n cunail eiiendiliiie.
Alihough they Iiad made a few nilnclioni
llts.it action in the house showed thai the) did
not mean business. Should the bouse allow
the ni 10 go on un il hit majesty was compelled
to tend an-nhcr mestagc over Iheir liradt. Ie
wat aihiiiictt to be a member uf tills house ind
bivc tush lomf.iolrr) g ting on. The niliilstti
had oiaila s-wne hunurm rrinaiks aUsus the
kirn: horsrt. lie belies cd hu (the jnlnUurl
csit'd in-'ie for the klng't hoi set hn be did
lor the kiiig tutsjevu, e.t wnom many nj 10
live in habiuilorvs we than stablcv If the
minister tin,ained In ofticci he knew that the
horses' luraao svojI-J Is: built and roads and
biMes would be ncglectol. Thev- men did
not represent the king ami they knew It, and
the ving ut'i not want inn.
A motion wat male and caulf! to leet the
butlnes. to a select cummltlee t t-,d the fob
ktssing were appointee 1 minislcr Gulick,
and Messrs. KlcWIsdi Kssau Nawahl and Hush.
A reconsideritioa of s resolution rniuetling
the minister of Cniuce to posliiono the en
forcement of an order to pay gold at the cuaioa.
bouse wat curled, and the rsttoluitotl Wis! oa
the table, A (WalVsk, nntssatlttf ih lajiatv
tt'sbll, sell, for lima
Luti. seh. fr lld,iS3l.us ......
Kilsura Hon, strn. Sears, for Kalului . .
Lcliua, sl.i,r, lirmtll,fur alaui.. . .
s.Ut)Li, sctii fur llilo
Wslmjlu, sclii for KQloa nml . .....
U'jbll, sch.lor Urns
Kliuu, sou, King, for Msulanil Hamuli ,. .
lisattni. sour. La.,ni.roii.for Kstul. . . .
C It. Ilisiic-p, .1111, tlavie, for llaiiiaVtia. .
11, li. .slurry, ism, ns, ticm. lor au i r ktvu
EXTENSIVE IUOE PLANTATION
Messrs. C V, Asl.fjnl anil J, M. Maaurnt, u
alriettla itsnkrui'tc) of L. Astae, ofKansoh., ICoo
UuiyAo. 0hu,luslnsinieiJ MESSRS. LVONSi
Ll-.YXY, to Mil st ttselr salesrooms In ltoaolulu, ou
SATURDAY, AVQ. 2nd,
AT 10 QCLOCI(7 A W-t
Tlie cutlrt Interest of L. AIuj and of Sishop & Co., at
morlgsgees, la that Aai rice jrliaiatU'i mi WalltaLea,
Kaimb; Oahu, htretJbie corulacted by him.
llic pieatUcs la question c-wprle an area of
Sixty Aer of XujHtrtur 7fc LMnJ,
up-jn lUh Uumwly iiUnteJ crop In fine condftlti.
llit t.lai jtailvu (s rn.t conveniently tuuted bear a
steatnUMt UnJinjj, aid Is Ihoipubly qui(J wlii
KepubUc, An. bL, iW MclWurne.
llaltAhaU, ul, lor rckcfke-i... . . .
Mana. wtt, for ItiHtomu..
Uam-ji. vi, fur Iua)ioiisa
LILlile. it in. W.iiUrg, fur Maui and UJl
Alani, kIi fsr Kaiwi . ,. ...
ilautirAct, Hrit. IA, for Sai Kritcico.
Nettle Merrill, ch, for lbaba. ...., ,
Caterina. kIi, for Kaut
Leahi, M.lt, for llaiiuiua ...... . .
AUoieda. A ui. b, S. Mutie. for Sii tVu'ttUui,
lainrt liVs, Mm, t'rernun. fot Kiul..', ..
VUntstrfUm. jtatcs, lor Kauaiid way ports.. ,
froi-i n l-'ranc W-q. rr C&lUrien. July oMa1 um
CVtra AI1m( Um AUwis, Jsaliu AiiJciiuii. V. h. I'ui
ter and Jaunt, lu,
For San Kfaotlscu, r D. C Murnt). Jul s V
Whitii't.-tosi, tttfe A!4 6 UtltJrtftf Mr lloley and
tU.l.t, iTll-r, b A non. J Olwn, Mis C Vt' Zt.h
gUr aii tbiU.
Ye ban I ,inUco, ct CUn Cranl. July )l -Walur
Fo San Vrico( wur AUdtd. Auj-iut a II I.
rkadite. Mrs U Uirid dauthttt, trs M K Anuin
Mt M C Auyin Slral t unrtiwi, Mrs t C AUef
l.W I'eurwsti, luiir Uot, Sam If all, M(C bwyer,
Misst l' UIoJs V W Ci. It S lonrl. Mrs (1
lllo). JbMertun, Ft I. 1 ttcU.th. Mr l
"Jutx-ltr. Miu Mai Wallsci". Mitt AnnU S"tlLir,
i.4 W 1 Ua. aot wife. VaJtt 1, h-fl,
MUJ MkUtlt, Mtr .load. Mrs U A Auttiawt.
I K luii i2, J J Mlta.wtfs svUS.li, J Cowa K'a,
J. Ki.dri.ucs, A'L Crux, L. IIiianf k, I. (Urdeu,
W S festal. I ( Cbrosvu. Mrs U Hiv.t. aiul
ciillreti, j OsttMr, V H jlouicKinlxi,i, J A mono att
in, Xstun rta 3 in
HurV. A lavrencc,
TboU. Ttittiahlnz Hlojr, bto; II ousts, Labor
era' Quarters, Etc., ut .! Mfcsi
The land cotnpritln; iht .Unibilou Is biU'unJaf
laiimervus leasts bttvinc frtfui 4 tv H rs ye I rus(
Uii most of wMcb nl ea.nJS In iBEl-y.
babt I'roiriv Is "UkI ta a mortrsr ta UIiW sfj
Co., utaou bWh about $16,000.00 ta now doa, but iU
U told. dtWl-argsid cf inclt u.-iat' lUn.
Tikis 1U also U sold at un tLsM uJ jaUe, aUui
9a UUAtt UF WOMKJSO UATrlM,
Ylwrut and lu ooi ti.tJtlUo, aul t.ssrsl I10KSKS,
ib ynytity s-f ssU Uskivir .Half. s
V. II NorJUre
'aslnif. JJi. Juoas.e, ) buUils. J
slice, lstrusrd I'tlMT, IWu. lleulnc. airs
, Jr Nil. W llu.Ur. S. Mji.-i.tii, SV
a1. and uf. K.v V I' Iiummii. at alanlisul. I.
A tlresavaiiiti.u'f. A Maruush 111 Iaiu. l' Msicr.
Itos aiidson, U It 'tr-Jiuw. afr I'.rald.eu'i ud J
rtuLli.i,. T S. l-aliOA. alii I '1 llUkmsu. alls. HvtsU
Isulswv, J sT,uUv,wi.'arJB.eiilia.i, f Jluiiauir, L
- i si
Terma ol Hsslo.
L Mts.r, C lji.t, Uutt, L, ro.Ui. S I ittlls. j
i. us, ss If
Krvn ti VownsiiU. r Ik lle-pt. Jury - !itis)
A lu-nUr, l tiibslo lrssu' UxU
Wv.iiSjo funcisoj, ji U. C'.iLrk July y ta
ci riaek.rs, 3MstMsns.laeiluris.iilu-i in t. (-.u
dlifc lMssljaHs, iusksiarts, ik fcid, ; riJI.
iMlksr, ijiNfl.ltxnvs. i.caiLs.acul, Jjllijs wur,
3t rKs lawtja, too LU. Ium, t ba cwu.. bUs
BsitiW tlusi, itulal. lujr, igtiVs ustvli,Cl ktwiu
d)s, it?eWs ls tj.i.s) jiissv., ,i6j
t.fj lousk. M4ris. is s. iw-aI. tyM skt
s.U, jnost'lpabk.t). c, W mu, simu Msks,
sod o 'l(s f uuuriss.
fiS-ui 'r .mlsM r D. C lumv, Jul j Jh, .j);
tkas-suavsr, tusLas liei. (awMstU; tiiu, JT.lsut
for Son s-iawiso) y CUadMut, Julv )i, i(..-6
IA4S, tuaas, a ia. smmss u- 91i t-tfts. sMitssaw,
ioliUisA. Ujsmsmc )., J;j,ni, fwilju ."
rVr ikt Cstllf sad llcosa Caslt ou ilslliMy laM
ill.i.lr afltr nil.
I n lbs Kl- Ranurlsn Cais est it.Usuy tf MsV
styaiseti, wirUla cut w..k of slat, of ialai
All dt4t u eaownst cf piu clour,
7l Itawt la nuiuf-n Ju.v U mnUai, tn MJ
fwilm Iruvriiuiiui !u.' l lU Uw eiuMi of CW, Ask-
(iAiV.I J. M. llvtsurllq lliHili-'i.
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