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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, APRIL 25, 1885.
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An4 Ihi tiiUuoii It "miioii run."
(.) llcttina Anil iVMinp fur pilvulc
wflReti Aiu iroiiil)itcci , Atul no ;tiiHi
etor of n link ihall "offer money m a
ptlc, except In CAe of HifeMlonnli
who may rinc cxliibitlont." Any vIo!a
(ion of the rules Imikhc(I upon Atten
1I.111I1 will dislut llio offriiilcM from
admittance to Any of the rink In the
city.
Of course, under rt government like
tills, AinthiiiR like "the recent tit il.'v
conteM" which occurred At the Madison
Square Onrdcn, and which was rcpro
bated by one of the spc.ikers, rould not
take place. In dUcutslna the leiiisla
the cn.-ictiuentt nroiioed, a tesolutlon
which was pasted "declares it to be the
seme or trie association" mat sncii a
ucstion as the attendance of minor at
c rinks "is one to be decided At home,
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IflWrinlity fA HfnAr.
The criticism of the skating rink has
not only become conspicuous in the
press and pulpit, but it has joined to
gether curious forces. A humorous
paper describes the sober colloquy of n
saloon-keeper and minister oxer its
evils, each looking iqion it with long
faces, and equally serious concern. In
some states the institution has become
the subject of crudely drawn legislate
acts, that will cither fail of passage, or
fail of respect and attention in case they
should become law. Hut this criticism,
to be sure, is not all on one side ; for,
the rink has the large majority still in
its defence, and, il doctors and pulpits
pronounce against it, there arc doctors
and pulpits too on the other side.
Meantime, in Richmond, Indiana,
alone, nineteen factories employing a
thousand operatives, are turning out
daily a vast mimber of roller skates,
while in Centteville, Illinois, six new
patents hac been taken out for im
proements in the rolling gear, or in
the body of the skate itself. In spite
of adversity, and perhaps on account of
it, the rink flourishes ; and by a pro
posed substitution of huckwood for box
wood in this manufacture of the wheels,
it is believed that the price of the
skates, which arc now at least six dol
lars a pair for good ones, may be greatly
reduced. Chicago, it is said, uses now
six thousand pairs of skates of a single
make, and Elmira four thousand pairs
of the same, or another favorite style.
It would seem, therefore, as if the vio
lent criticism and anathemas against
roller jkattne are not, as yet, subduing it.
Out of the collision of argument on
the subject, though, the truth about it
will probably be attained in due time.
It is no argument acainst cnurcnes
as a writer remarked the o.hcr day
because it happened that . deacon of
one lately ran away with the minister's
wife ; and, if similar irregularities have
occurred at the rink, it is simply; be
cause human nature will show; itself
wherever people arc wont to congregate
together in masses frequently, no mat
ter how good or bad the cause may be
which draws them together. The wise
way is, to see what rules or methods
can be adopted to prevent such evils as
have happened, and not suppress what
is itself, in moderation, a, harmless and
delightful exercise and pastime.
In pursuance of this idea the repre
sentatives of the different rinks in
Chicago met at the Grand "Pacific
Hotel, in that city, a few days since,
and oreanized The Chicago Roller-
Skating Rink Association. One of the
speakers, as reported hy the Tribune
of that city, thought that the more
serious evils complained of "do not
exist in Chicago" ; but the constitution
and by-laws offered were made strong
enough to cover what has happened
eLtewhere.
The following gives a synopsis of the
me&ures it was resolved to adopt as
law and etiquette :
1 (1.) No person attending a rink
sltall approach a girl or woman in any
war. excent on a proper introduction,
unless it is done to aastst her in case of
. aa accident (and even then, we suppose,
'the tact of such assistance as m?y be
proffered shall not confer any bond ot
acquaintance).
(.) The skating sessions shall not
exceed three hours duration and two
and u half hours is recommended. An
evening teuton is to dote at 10:30
o'clock at the latest, and ten o'clock is
uftesttd as even better. At either
one or the other of theie hours all
riakt must be dosed.
(j.) No test of speed to exceed a
distance of ten miles is to be permitted,
aad the fite-mile limit is favored.
(Setae strongly favored the abolition of
iH speed tests). Any test of endurance
Itvar saust not go beyond a three
hotOT duration.
. (4.) No liquor can be told in any
rink. Bor nd back-door access to
a ' . t .. r
ton near oy uauoweo. sraomng
1 otfjr be done Tn a room set apart
1 the roll the nna.
(5.) Ib addition to the abote, there
at to be a committee of censors ap
peialtd toy the association, which shall
"govern the aaorab of the rinks, so to
Mak." This coraaittee, on having
wek otiMoM endorsed by the president
f the aanrrielrrr. "has power to forbid
m awiertiinaifnt deemed objection
that." Ifaay rink BMnager "disregards
thai rowilirr'i decision" he "shall be
hy patents," and not by state law.
Nothing it taid in the report Moxc us
of the Attempt in some legislatures to
make the rinks a subject for license, as
liquor viloom are licenced, and for the
reason, perhaps, that there is little fear
that any surh provision will he likely
to Uii.
I lie idea ol the association, as the
Tribune is. is "to maintain roller-
skating at an amateur amusement, and
not permit it to degenerate tn such a
manner that it can be used as a money-
making scheme by professionals and
those who bark them. The standard
that they hae attained morally, in
Chicago, is declared to be high, and it
is the purpose of the association to
keep them "upon a plane where no ob
jection can be raised to them by the
press, the pulpit, or society,;
The step taken in Chicago will be
watched with interest, and may possibly
iccurc a universal and highly popular
sport from the condemnation of its
present enemies. Its friends, too, will
ie equally glad to see it protected from
abuse, for they do not deny that, like
other good things, it has had to contend
with some eils. The tendency it has
to absorb half the time of some people
will be checked by the reduction of
time to be established, which does not
necessitate any reduction of the profits,
as the admission fee will not be altered.
We notice that in the Black Hills,
Dakota, there is a continuous series of
sessions in the rinks. I here are not
only morning and afternoon sessions,
but an evening session follows, lasting
until midnignt and alter, l'robably the
frequenters of the last one are persons
who can welt be spared from those
which arc held at more discreet hours.
The rage which affects some oung
leonic who eo to the rink lias devel
oped some cuiious anecdotes. A girl
in the west sold her grand-mother s false
teeth to buy rink tickets with the pro'
cecds of them, and a devoted husband
in the east gave up house-keeping and
went to a hotel to board, in order that
his young wife might hae unlimited
liberty to enjoy herself with her roller
skates. Certainly, nothing but the
passion for alcoholic drinks can well be
keener than that shown for this amuse
ment, as illustrated by these instances,
and others no less touching.
We have seen it lately stated that
roller-skating although the first known
skates on wheels can be traced back to
1810 has come upon the word by
steps, in the progress of modern inven
tion. I he hrst wheel skates, were not
capable of the free and easy motion of
those now used. 1 tic perfection or the
idea on which they arc based is Amen
can ; and yet the earliest and most ex
tensive skating on wheels as they now
exist was done under American
patents in England. They were used
in Newport nearly twenty years ago,
but the first well-established rink of the
present type, and run as the present
rinks arc conducted, was established in
Cincinnati, in 1867
In Wisconsin, an artificial elephant,
composed of two men working under a
Irame and appropriate drapery, and ex
ceedingly life-like, Ins been making the
circuit of the rinks in that state, and
doing curious feats on wheel. In
battle Creek, Michigan, a Shetland )ony
has been taught to do fancy skating on
wheels, and is to exhibit himself during
the coming summer with a circus. By
another winter, his owner is to show
him off" in various leading rinks. As
horses luv; been taught to walk a rope,
there is no reason why a horse may not
carry his rider on wheels, and do other
curious things with the skates.
The horse will not escape the benefit
of the moralized rink, if the Chicago
rules generally prevail, as his exploits
will not be permitted an undue con
tinuance. But nothing hat been sug
gested, as yet, for the prevention of ac
cidents, or for their alleviation, but pa
tience and arnica. the managers
claim, however, that only one in rive
thousand who skate meets with an ac
cident What consolation there may be,
though, to the person who is seriously
hurt by a fall, in knowing that 999
who were skatinir at the same time, sot
off without injury, is difficult, says a
Uoiton paper, to imagine. A. Y. Hour,
The JhTltlftfMir nfllettt.
Pc.itls signify a torrent of tens,
lie who wears an ainetli)M will be
come diligent and be a great faiorlle.
'lhc top.i when worn on the left
hand, will rntm anger and brighten wit.
The onyx is the lawyer's stone, for it
wins lawsuits And enriches the enter
The beryl stone, iiiaiIo fashionable
lately by both oct and noicllst, is said
to protect one against disasters and
enemies.
The tipphire, when worn by nn im
pure or selfish person. Is s.ild to loic its
lustre. It is thought to look at it is
good for the cye-jight.
1 lie ruuy Aim cnriitincie uanisii sati
nets, dispel bad dreams, and if niisfor
tunc thrcAtens the wearer givewarning
hv a rhanec in the color, which darkens.
The turtiuoUc protects bv drawing
uon itself the evil that threatens its
wearer, but this property belongs only
to the turquoise that has been Risen,
not to one that has lieen purchased.
Amber is also a child's gem. It will
make you strong, and has losing pro
tective properties Svhicli make it a
favorite with those who arc fortunate
enough to possess n string of amber
beads.
The emerald will put ewl to flight ; it
bestows knowledge and Increases wealth.
He who dreams of gteen gems will be
come renowned. For this stone to
fall from its setting is all ill omen.
Coral is thought to be very fortunate
to children. It is said by l'icrre de
llosncl to lose its color when worn by a
rson that is ill, and dear old colored
mammies used to look at flic baby's
coral necklace to discos er if all was
well.
A ccin has been assigned to each
menth and an alphabet of precious
stones has been arranged, so that if one
wishes to present a cluster which will
represent a name, it can be easily done,
The opal was called by the ancients
"pedcros" from "pucr," a child and
in spite of its bad name, has many ad
mirers. Queen Victoria gave to each
of her daughters on their marriage an
opal, which has in some way broken
the spell of bad luck given it by Sir
Walter Scott.
tii-f.i
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the association after
bee iaed. presuatably $100,
to be fecoverabte oy law h
c that expulsion
ttetythe atfiMitUlwbhihedj aad he
1 Mt a
liahb appeal hy
Wf Of ImC MtOCswfcttQtt
sWlTsiMp
l
About the year 1700 B. C. there
were inclosed in the mummy case of
Aahmes I, the great founder of the
eighteenth Egyptian dynasty, some
lilies, a few willow, ytwigs, a little moss
and some seeds. Oser 3,580 years
after the case was opened, and the em
blems of Egyptian aAVction and rever
ence were submitted o the ruthless
hands of nineteenth ctntury savans,
who examined and nametV them in the
same way that they would dissect a
cat The results ot their investigations
are, however, interesting. In every case
the specimens correspond wilt existing
types, showing that thirty-nveccnturies
had no effect in destroying trie species.
Amongst the plants identified, .were the
white waterhlv (mmtAa totus) and the
wiliow (salix iafuh There are also
tone seeds of the juuiftrui family.
ImI yonitfH .Vr ri.
The City of Sydney arrived last
evening with San Francisco dates to
the rath instant. The news is of an
exciting nature from the threatening
war attitude ot hngland and Russia.
France and China have declared an
armistice, China to relinquish Tonquin,
and France to occupy Formosa and
1'heng Hoo till a treaty of (icacc is
signed. Revolutionary troubles in
Central Amctica are more pro
nounced; Barrios has been defeat'
ed with a loss of i.soo men. Eng
liih progress in the Soudan is retarded
.owing to the condition of the Nile.
uencr.11 uram sun lives, uui iix-is
that his life work and mission is fuU
filled; he is quite resigned. The
French government has decided to
form two divisions for service in Ton
quin ; a third division will be stationed
in the south ready to embark. An
undulatory earthquake shock was felt
throughout Central California on the
evening of the nth inst. It lasted
20 seconds and contrary to custom
moved from east to svest. Word has
been received in Washington that the
U. S. S. Tennessee has arrived at
Colon. Admiral Jouett says everything
is quiet but trouble is feared at Panama.
Rich gold fields have been discovered
one hundred miles from Santa Rosa,
Mexico, in the Santa Rosa mountains.
The gold lies in quartz.
Two English men of-war have been
ordered to load wiiii torpedoes at
Portsmouth and proceed immediately
to the Baltic It is reported that
Turkey will remain neutral, under Bis
marck's advice, if England and Russia
commence hostilities.Russia con
tinues her naval and military prepara
tions with (treat energy Admiral
ShestakolT has ordered all torpedo
boats to be sent to the Baltic and
Black Sea.
General Stephenson, commanding ths
forces of the Nile above Cairo, reports
to the government that it will be im
practically impossible to move the
British troops from Dongola during the
summer. The Nile is not navigable
from March to July, and deprived of
water transportation, the soldiers would
have to march along the river banks
over mountain spurs, bare rocks and
shelterless bluffs, under a sun that
would be simply destructive.
The Minister of War, speaking to a
circle of officers tonight, said he had
the assurance of the Czar that the
Russian troops might advance, but they
would never retire.
Russia and England are busily en
gaged in correspondence with other
powers, and ure actively courting alli
ances, it fcnjnisn negotiations with
Turkey succeed, the Dardanelles will
be opened to the British fleet.
The arrest of Ayoub Khan. ex-
Ameer of Afghanistan, by the Persian
authorities, was 'made on demand of
the British Minister at leheran, be
cause it was thought he meditated fight
into his okl dominions for the purpose
of stirring up his former subjects against
Abdurrahman Khan, present ruler, and
more of n national Indian feeling of ic-
distant e to Kissi.in than of tliucre
in a Hv In llrltkh merest.
(icncrnl Stcwatt has ordered nn ad D"
vaiicc by way of (jucttali ofllie artn- m
lei) cor pi. now stntlmicd in the Kohatt,
I'esliawur nitil Il.1s.1r districts. The
utmost sci ret y is maintained about the
mtneincniR of British troops in India.
Press correspondents at Riwail-Pindi
Arc refused All information about army
orders.
The Fnglish wAr olllce is oser
whelmed with offers of scrsiccliy iiriuy,
militia mid volunteer officers, the re
i ruling depots Ate daily besieged. The
Admirals of the llritlili Navv liase been
notified to hold themselves in readiness
for ar.tisc service. An order has been
sunt by the Admiralty commanding the
llntisli biiundron In the Mediterranean
io pe rciuiy lor service.
Agrase position has bcrn assumed J
w llif, T.m,li4ti f!ni'prntnrn! conrprtilntfK
tiie l'eiijdch incident. The ministry
has been forccdlnatnriiyimioctcrmincd
attitude of pugnacity. (Hailstone first
demanded an explanation of the attack
upon the Afghans. The renly of the
Crar was csasiie, April r ltd therefore
Karl drain illc, advised llarou lie Sta.il,
that the British Government had de
cided that Orcat Britain would not
allow nny further discussion roncerning
the delimitation of the Afghan frontier
to go on until the Russian troops have
been withdrawn from their present out
posts In this disputed territory back to
the positions which they occupied nt the
time England appointed her part of the
commission to adjust the Alghan
frontier. As this was nearly a year ago,
and as almost all of the Russian ad
vance has been made in the interval, it
is difficult to believe that Russia will
seriously Attempt to reach an amicable
understanding.
News has been received from Odessa,
by way of Varna, that the transport
services on the Black Sea are busily at
work carrying troops and munitions of
war from Scbastopol, Nicckaloof,
llatoum and Uatoli. Extensive svorks
ate being constructed for the defence
of Batoum and Nicckaloof, The new
svorks of defence at Scbastopol have
been suspended.
Earl Northbrook, First Lord of the
British Admiralty, has decided to
organize a great cruiser service of swift
vessels.
ProTcooiomil (JTnrbij.
. lutnrtsT chaddock
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Importr and DkaLri in
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htiopM otj tunjon lluM tttt, AllonlcM tvuAf
meruit J la
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For Ihi Sunt of CUIifornU iiiJ Nw York. Office
I tho limit 6f lli.hop A Co.
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A part of the British squadron in
Chinese waters has been ordered to
rendezvous at l'ort Hamilton, in the
Corean Archipelago recently taken
possession of by England. As l'ort
Hamilton commands the entrance to
the Sea of Japan, and largely com
mands the way to the Russian ports on
the Pacific, this'order has been issued
with a view to attack Vladivostock if
war is declared.
An order for six fast iron cruisers of
p p en ay, m. u
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'I J. Nw Yoik nl Honolulu iVckrt Lin.
'lit Mrrtliani't Un, Hotujlulu mJ San Knupctwo;
lr. JMjrriro t wl n ,vifinnitu I'liuinirti,
Wllco KWi Sine vr Mnufcturlng Company,
viiltr,N wMonnwi nivnin.
ll-sil
P P, ADAMS,
Aurt tourer niut Vn,nmlnton Jttrrftntttt,
No. AffQUPK&TUHKT. ..... IfanOLULU
IO-lfll
CD. IIOFFSCIILABGBR ft Co.
Imumttir and Comml$tim Merchant,
No. 48 QuiEKHrtriRT....HoNOLiau Oahi II t
PDC, ROWb,
itvutfi tttft fitftt Vahtttitf
J'AfKH Hahokk, etc,
IOIIN NOTT.
Tlttf L'wr Mff HhH Srn Worhrrt
of Alt kind, IluinUtt' Mm It and mvtaU, tuAm funtUli.
( guOJI, tlidHilfltrfl, ifn, tic.
No. I Kaahumahu Srptiir HonotutM
IO-ftl
ficittnjl Ifiufrtlocmciito.
w
RNNIJK & Co.,
J.
Jliilmlltn
KMMRLUTII A Co,,
Vlumlifirt,
In
rfnif Vtumhtrtt ilentm
fforf., ffiHf., Tltt,
No. 5 NumnU SrnitKr Honolulu
' H-)i
t AINBftCp., '-
C'AiMMf.foM Mrrrh't ntt
Importer, md tlnUni In ll.jr, Oriln ln, (lnral
I'rlKluc.,
lloNnll'l.tl. ,...,..!'. I.
iol
T EWERS & COOKU,
(Sl'CCMMI. TO I.KWR.1 & t)lKSON,)
ImporUra nml ilenler in ltmfcir rtnd nil
klmlt llullillntt -Wiirril.il..
No. ti Four Stubkt. ....... , ..Hohoiiilu
910-161
MANUrAOTUKINQ JEWELERS,
If... ihii1 it lli. ot.1 tlintt N o l-'vti tir.tt,
Willi rwvAnili.r.full)r Mlniitl Mli of
I'lnrtlrwclvii,
Witches, Clocks,
Gold Clinlni and Cuardi,
Sleeve Muttons, Stud., Ac.,
!,.!;, woul.l.J., will ulln'I mtn our tiutl, f
llric.ltii, llrooili., tyKkili, K.filnit, rt&,
SU.It wv Nitl.llr wtlMit l .oil K
Iftlfti.l
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
'Ht ttnng tranth f our fcnumrt f(tt J i m
lmvrlani on, ar All jol4 rutin lfl td u ill
! MKnin 1 rnAiifi! (.tmI lo nnn,
lUttravftt'f
Of vtry Jrtcrljiron iInnelotm!r. I'itttlif atln
lion U pM to (ft !ra ml Job wotk frimi th
ollxr IiUihli,
107 Kino Stkrrt
1 1-361
..Honolulu
No. 13, Kaahumanu Strkkt..
ao3-$6
, Honolulu
OMITM & THURSTON, J W. O. Smith,
L. A.'IitumToH
AtlnrnrfH ut X.nrt
Honolulu
No. 38 MhHCKANT STRBB.T.
104-333
VJLT R. CASTLE,
Attorney ttt l.ttw amt Sotnry Vuhllc,
No. 19, Merchant Sthfkt Honolulu
Attcmli all the Court of th KingJom. 310-161
W
ILLIAM O. SMITH & Co,,
(I. A. 'liiamTOM, 1
SV. O. Smith. f
Stork and Henl Ktaln Itrokrr,
No. 33 Merchant Sthkkt Ho.1011.Lt;
t KttaJ h'thftl lit r.fra. I
tho Esmeralda patter was receVed ' w- ru.iiailon, luumad, T.itph.n nJ ctw cl
P O. HALL ft SON (Limited)
fUroNTKRI ANU DEALKKS IN
llttrttttHtrti Hint (Jcnerit 3ttrthandt,
Coknrr Of Kino and Koat STfrxrv, Honolulu
oppicrrs:
WillUtit W. Hall . . . . I'mivlent and Manager
M C Abl, t. ,, , .Secretary and Treamrtr
W. K, Allen.. . Auditor
Director Thoinai Mav K. O. White. tos-336
P A. SCHABPER a Co.
Importer nntl Commhtlon Merrhnntu,
Nu. so MmciiArfT Strkkt, ...Honolulu
310-aoi
liS'
im
"No, Joseph, the Stout Heating
Company was not forsMd for the pur
pose of beating steam. Stean k heated
befotc fc w Madefr-thal U to say,
when, feu heat the steam , iHe.
yrm mVke the steamno weU, con
IbtuMl you. doa't yoti kuom mm ia hot
aer way, and doesn't have le be heated
by a cocBpany r" Scuatyk Amman.
in favor of Russia. The report is cor
roborated, and it is suted that Ayoub
Kahn Iiad arranged to go to Askabad
and there join the Kussian troops,
whom he meant to' accompany into
Afghanistan, and set up his claims to
the present Ameers throne.
Mail advices from India differ signl
ficantly from official telegrams recently
rcccijajd concerning the loyalty of the
native chiefs and people. Orticul dis
patches have been unwarrantably rose-
colored. I hey have declared that the
Indian princes were impatient to dis
play their loyalty to England. Mail
ad t ices greatly modify the expectations
of gftfial telegrams, and indicate there
i a fceUng existing among the In
dians, which might prove anything but
advantageous to British prestige in
India i the event of a prolonged Anglo
Kusiiin conAkt Tm native Indian
twees is nearly unanimous in fever of
war, but a careful observer can discern
in ibis newspaper advocacy of war,
Philadelphia on Thursday, April "otn.
Three features will be insisted on
nineteen knots speed and coal-carrying
capacity for twenty-five days, and buoy
ancy for three steel-rifled cannon cf
large calibre. The Esmeralda is re
garded as the highest type of war vessel
that floats. It was built for Chili in
England, and is about 4,000 tons.
The czar and royal family received
an ovation from the people at the
Grand Theatre, St. Petersburg, on the
evening of April 10th. Crowds of
people followed the royal party to the
gates of the palace.
Torpedoes have been .sunk jn the
canal binding St Petersburg with the
sea. Cronstadt, St, Petersburg and the
palace at Krasnoe-Selo are now con
nectcd by telephone, so tnattueai
will be informed of cverv lUASmehtii
the case of attack by theEngTUHilecY.
Ihc Russian fleet hea beeniii.a
thorough state of readlncSs'sirlcel the
2nd of April. .
A Brussels disnatch of the '1 tin lh)
stant says. The Le Nord, the? most"
rabid pro-Russian newspaper in Bel
gium, now predicts war between Russia
and England. Lc Nord is regarded as
the scmi-omcial organ or the Russian
Government, and this article is believed
to have been inspired.
There is a rumor afloat to the effect
that the Russian Government was
negotiating for the purchase, from the
Occidental and Oriental Company, ol
the steamers San 1'ablo and ban t'edro.
It is also rumored that the Russian
Minister to the United States has en
deavored to secure the services of a
naval officer in purchasing a number of
the small vessels used between ban
Francisco and the Sandwich Islands in
the transportation of sugar. The vessels
are to be used, the officer says, in prey
ing upon English commerce in Japan
ese and Indian waters, should war be
declared between Russia and England.
A. P. Spilsbury and Geo. Wilson,
two mormons, were con Ykttti t
Phoenix, A. T on April nth, ol un
lawful cohabitation, the charge of
pol)gamy being nolle prossed. Each
was sentenced by the judge to six
months in the Territorial Prison. H.
Phelps and James Wilson plead guilty
to the same offence and were sentenced
to three months each. This makes
six w ho have been sentenced to Yuma
this term. Others who are indicted
suddenly left for parts unknown.
Captain John Ay res, who came to
New Mexico with the California
i Volunteers in early days, and for a time
was In command of tort Marcy here,
published a two columu article review
In Santa Fe, April 1 ith, stating he has
discovered the original warm mineral
springs which the Aitecs filled up and
hid at the time of the Spanish invasion
March 10, i860. The spring is
about four miles east of Santa Fe.
Brazil The Brazilian Parliament
was opened on the 9th ultimo. The
Emperor, in his speech, announced
that Brazil' foreign relations wt-rc of a
friendly natuie: that the sanitary con'
dition of the country was satisfactory t
asked that the extinction ol slavery be
dealt with gradually, in order that the
sacrincc might be a small as possible,
without interfmng with the productive
wreejgm ot the country, and recom
porilion Slocki, Bond, and .miliar becuntiei ,
Uol'Ciit anu Sold on Commission.
Money Loaned on Slock Sccurltie.
905-756
$u0inc0 (Jlaric.
A l SMITH,
Importer amt Heater in itustcare,
JUertden Stiver-I't a ted lt'arnt
Jtntchets, faarf
No. 83 Fort Strkkt . . ......Honolulu
Klnz's Combination SpcctaJes and Kyelau:.
Luitrai Wire Wart, Fancy boap, Picture Iramrf,
Woctcnholm'i Pocket Cutlery, II, I. Cluue'i I.Urui
views, (.lark a spool totton. Machine 'Uil, all
kino of Machine Needle, "Domctiic Paper r aihion
Sole agent of the universally acknowledged Light
Running Domett ic be wing Machine.
3 10-362
, CLUGHORN & Co.
AaudrieTi and Healera in Oenernt Jier
0 3T X chandtse.
Comer QttcLn
and Kaahumauu Street, Honolulu.
at 0-161
A
SUBPARII
i ; . . . .
inairamawrr nun tewetrr9
"Watok rap&trlas mads Speciality.
AH orders from the other ItUnds promptly attended to.
No. 55, Hotrl!)Tht.. Honolulu, H.l.
aao-a;i
A W. PBIRCB tk Co.
fthlp Chandler
Jfr-
and CommUaion
thanta.
Na m Qvkkn St , Honolulu,
Agent for Brand Gum and Bomb Lances and Per
ry Uavu' Pain Killer. st-s&i
LLBN A ROBINSON,
IHulir Im Lumber and all kind 0 Bultd-
ng mmtenwa, -ai. uu, f atist tie,
No. 4Qiun Sthkbt Honolvlv, H. I.
AGENTS Or tCHOONIK
HlUikiU. KuUmuou, Kekauluohl, Mary BUcn,
UlUma, Pauahl aad Leaht
At Robinion's Wharf. aio-jfit
P II. OBDING,
HjrpreM and Drayman.
Office. No.ai Klnff Street.
Residence. No. 47 Punchbowl Steret.
Honolulu, ,Oahu, H. I
Freight, Package, and Bagfiage delivered to and from
all parts ol Honolulu ami vicinity. larelul at
tcntton aid to moving Furniture, with
WAGON 4 L'XPRKSStVFOR THB'PUKPOSE.
Olllce 'lelephone. No. 66.
Houte lelephone. No. 00. 3)6-987
T AHLO.
Itealer tn Dry Uooxm, ttier, Tea, HttU and
I'aneu Oonda, Data, I toot a nnd
Nhoea, It ran, feed nnd btour,
Vifara and lobarro.
Alto proprietor of ftlce and Sugar llantattons at
Kancohe, Koolau, Watpio, ICwa. and Hcela.
Com. Niu'ANU anm C'iianaih St..
fV-ot'
Honolulu
T YONS & LEVEY,
Auctioneers and Commlantan Merchant a,
COXNKN FOKT AND QuiBN SThkltTK, HONOLUIU,
Sale of Furniture, Stock, keal Estate and General
Merchandise proniptly attended to. Sole agents for
American and Kuropcan aierchandic ( I. Lyons,
J33-a8j tlj I.v.
M
PHILLIPS ft Co.
C rti
O. Cil'SXtl'SE,
IMI'ORTI.K ANII i)i:ai.i:r IK
BOOTS Sc SHOES,
AMP -
FRENCH DRESSING.
No NO Fort StrMt. Honolulu If, I.
&V The largctt and Lett avrtnnM uf
Ladles', Gentlemen's and Children's
Boots, Shoe, Slippers. Dancing" Pumps, etc
o Le found on the lilands.
Prices at low a eUethtrc (ot umilir quality tA
good. I aland orders solicited and promt!y executed.
t-55
Importera and H'hoteaaltt Denier in Ctoth
fnfff Doota, tfhoea, Itnta, Jten'a Fur-
niahtng llonda, Fancy Hood a, Etc
No. 10 Kaaiiumanu Stbikt . ....Honolvlv
110-161
TRANK GERTZ,
Hoot and Nhoemnker,
Boots and Slwei made to Order.
No. 103 ruRi Sthkkt. ............. Honolulu
-b- aio-?6i
U W. MACrAKLANC, II. K. MACKARLAhK.
Q W. MACFARLANE A CO.
Importers, CommUaion V erchanta
and Snsar Faotorm.
Fire-proof Huilding. .....!.,. Queen street, Honolulu.
AOKNTS FOR
lauloa Sheep Kanch Co, Hawaii,
jTrowleri Co't Steam Plow and PortaW Tramway
Works, Leeds,
Mirrlei Waiwn Co Sugar Machinery, Glasgow
Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets,
Liverpool and Honolulu Line of Packets,
London and Honolulu l.ine of Steamers,
Sun Fire Office of London. 343194
H
HACKFBLD ft Co.
Oinerttl CommUaion Ageuta.
Cur Fort asu Qukrn Strkkts Honolulu
310-261
LTOLLISTBR ft Co.
Wholeaatn mnd RataU l)ij?tilatm and To
Itarronltta.
No. 59, Nuuanu Stukkt, ....Honolulu
iio-6i
TUT W. McCHBSNBY ft SON,
DxALhKI IK
Leather, II Idea, Tattow and t'ommtanton
Merchant a.
Agents for the Royal Soap Company.
No. n Qurbn Strkkt .......Honolulu
a 7-3 wo.
i-
-Rr S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
Importer nnd Wholeaule Dealer in Uen
erat Merehandtae
Maker's riLocic...-QuKN Strkkt, Honolulu
M
S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
Fortrardtng and Commtaalon Merchant,
ti4 CAHrohNiA St. San Francijco.
Special facilities for and particular attention paid to
coruiniments ol Uland urmluce. aio-ao
GEO. M. RAUPP,
oJsnarAXiA. 'ziAuiavv,
Removed 10
Fort Street. Oppo.ite Dodd' BUUm,
5a
Beef, Veal, Mutton, Limb aud Pork.
German and Pork Sausages,
Plsli, Poultry and Vegetables
drder will receive prompt attention. Shipping fup
plietl wtih tlit patch.
TeLRrnoNK Ho. 104
31CUU
pACIPIC HARDWARE CO.
Importer and Dealer in Jlartluitre, Cut'
Wry, Toola,
Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise.
No. 74 and 76, Fort Street. Honolulu
310-361
Q J LEVEY ft CO.,
Whole aate nnd itetait flrocera,
No. 95 Fort Strbkt....... Honolulu
Fresh groceries and provision of all kinds on hand and
received rsicularly from Lurope and America which
trill be sold at the lowest market rates.
Goods delivered to an) art cf the city free of charge1
Island orders solicited and prompt attention will b.
eiven to the same. aoS 359
LJOP
No. 74,
OPP ft CO.,
........... Kino Strkkt, Honolulu
Vpltolaterera, Draper mnd Dealer in all
B
ISIIOP CO., Bukm
HaNOLVLV, Hawaiian Iilanus
DrAW Gicrung. on
TIIE BANK OP CALIFORNIA,
SAN KANdLU.
And thir .(.nil In
NEW YORK,
BOSTON,
MONO KONO
M.urvN M. ROTHSCillLUaSONS,
LONDON.
Tb COMMERCIAL RANKING CO , ,
Of SYDNEY, LONDON.
Tb. COMMERCIAL HANKING CO..
CF SYDNEY, SYDNEY
rU BANKS Or NEW ZEALAND;
AUCKLAND, CIIKlSTCIIUkCII,
AND WELLINGTON
TIIE HANKS OF BRITISH C0LUMI1IA,
VICTORIA, U.C; AND PORTLAND, OR.
AND -.
7Vaa Ctmrnl BuhUm; Bmintii.
SRIWBR
COMPANY,
umuutl,l
Utturmt UtrrmmMlt mnd VmmmiUm AfHtt
Qvun St.ut, Haoi.vLir.
OSorwl1, C J.MM, jr., yruU.ot n4 mamcw
nmik O. Crttf , Irwuunr d ipcfvtAry. Vtncton 1
Hon. CUrUR. Huhuuud H. A. K Ckiurl W. K,
al8-79
aJmiJ. of Furniture
Telephone No. 14J.
H
YUAN UROTHBKS,
Jmportrrt of Otntral JfreAM4M rem
Vraneti Ungluml, Oermany anil
A Untltd 811,
No. 58 Qt Sti.it .......Honouji
TJYMAN BROTHBRS
WkoUmatt Qroeeri,
l6ANDIllCAUrOIINIA SlT.. ,.SaN F.AKCIKO.
rartlculw aiunilob yali to nlling nd tUpptnt U
Mjra wwri. (o-gi
H
B. MclNTYRB ft BROTHER,
Groter aad Femd Metre
Coa. King anu FokT Sti, ..... .Honolulu
lO-SOI
H
ONOLULU IRON WORKS C,
Mia Kngint; HoUtr; Mugmr Mill;
Coottn, iron, Brau nnd Lnd Cnttinnt,
Honolulu ,-. ,. .. ... , ,,. ...... ,.,,,11.
MAchliry of every dwrlpiloa ( irude Io order.
(NIMH, ,ly,WH MMJ M 0Hl M.VM,,MaU.i
Job work ekeculed out be Uiuteti nock.. ato-rit
Lliau, ih1u.
.
HUITACI,
.UUiLV WITH WllU A CO.)
WhMtml nnd MfU fli
1, Kiw, St.mt ,..,.ULM MA.UO.f Hau.
men dm! an equilibrium of cxpeadkiiret .'..q,g,aedI3 rm? nmi:"Tim inm
Tl.iimi No. ! n-.(
nd rewnu.
J NO. O. FOWLBR ft Co.,
LEEDS. ENGLAND,
Are prepmrtd let fitrntaM Mm n4 Mati-
uutte Vr IHeet
I'OKTABLE TKAMVAYS,
With or vitkou Cus muS Locotaoiivtt. Suaciall
ADAPriCD FOR SUGAR PLANTATIONS.
Pca-Raaaehl Radwrays. a4 Locosnasives aad cars, Trac
leon eVIitlMS BQU KOR4 i-OCOWWUVSS, 9CAA
rMWm aua uujfivauBc wysMwiy. rw-
ftMt tvaj
-i tor taciiaiaaT
TlneJisilimi Modals aud Pkuto
tnaaua ami MasjiiiiitsTr ia-sjf W sca
W. L. OkCKN atul
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN
vestment Company (limited.)
Money loaned for lon or short periods on approved
security. Apply to , U (JKI.F.M.
Office Utavcr lttock, Fort St. Manager
-pHBO. H. DAVIBS ft Co.
(UATft JANION, IjHKEN UO.
Importer and CommUaion Merehanta.
No. 4 Kaahumant St. ,. Honulllu
ACRNTS FOR
Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters. v
Hniuh and Foreign Marine Insuiance Company, and
Northern Assurance Coiopauy.
THOS. C. THRUM,
iMVORTtNfl AND MANUrACTUIINO
Metttoner, Neurit Agent, i'rtnter. Hook'
hinder, rte,,
And publisher of the Hawaiian Almanac and Annual,
Aieniiani, ttttet ueaiers in rina stmiioncry, uooas.
Music, Toys and Fancy Good, ton street, neat
Hotel, Honolulu. 141-J61
W
ONO LBONC Co,
Aatnlt far XimnnI Huyar, I'mJnma Xier
flantallon,
And KaiIoa RU. PUnlAlkm and Mill.
Nvuaxu Sr.iir ,., Co Uuim
1L.A.I1VII: Ac 00.
No. 34 Fort St., Clock Building,
Have received a conuicnmerit of the most Economical
and Valuable reed for all kinds of tltOc, vw 1
COOKED LIXSICKD MEAL.
It U the greatest Hesh former, Milk and I 'utter pro
ducrr in use.
Oil Cake Meal sltow abeut 87 per cent, of nitritlve
matter this nearly 30 per rent
too lbs. of this ntul is equal to 300 lbs. of oats, or
31! lbs. of eorn, or to 707 lbs. of wheat Uan.
Also, our Unrivaled MIXL.J FKLU, a melt as our
usual supply of the beat kinds of
Hajr, 0U, Wheat Cora. Eto. Etc,
Which Is cfiVred at the Lowest Market Kales, and
delivered frt to any part of the city.
A cent a for the
Pacific Mutual Llc Insurance Co. of California.
Agents for the HOOVKR TKLEI'HONB.
Commtasloner of Deeds for the State of California
TCLEPJIONi: NO 14 6-i
CITY SHOEING SHOP,
POUT (sTRKET,
(01'1'OSITl. DOUD'S STAULES.)
O fe
Horse Shoeing in all its Brmclns
Hone in tlie roou vorktnanhkc nonner.
Eaelng & Trotting Shots a specialty.
Oor Ham till tc i.tonAlle.
Tht uitdrl2ned, LivUiiC boutfliL out tbe interval o
Jllr. J.oica IKMjd In lh. .uov. ahep, aolKlla a contiml'
Anc. ol lh. literal palruna.. tto.rd wi In. Lai. ruraa.
Mr. J. W. McDooaU rccLed Lb. hLrk.at
AwArd And Diploma, for hi. Hand-nad. Sm
At the llawaiUn Rshlbltion for tb. jreAl 1H4.)
tW lloraea laV.n 10 lli. ihop and return! at Ahort
notU.. hn Jealred. V, MCDONALD.
-.;
a air, 11. u. now, c w. HAcrAaLA.a.
ir est, oow a co , a
Importer nnd Donltro in mil kind of
murte, yy nni Jazmnttt Voodt.
Furniture ol All klnU. Sewing Maiklixi, Minora,
P.uillna, Chroma and lr)S Piclul. tramaa And
Cornice. Io order. Molina; Arid r.Airui( 'urollur.
a apciAliir,
No. io) Fobt 8tiT HOHOll'LU
40-.9I
'IXTILLIAM McCANDLBSS
UonUr tn Chokt Btrf, Ttml, Muttom, Kir.
No. 6 Qvsm 8raar, Ku UiKn.
Faniily and Mfoluf order, carefully all.ndrd to.
U Moci f tarahlMd Io Vanela M abort nuk
Va,Al4" of ail kind. k(l4i1 1. di,
TAiAriton..,,,., . -.-., No. eta.
vo-at;
AMuntl JLeistrUemtNto.
CaiaLmum with
a-raufca ul IB. aLov.
.1 in. gaaoaa taf lh. unrteraieTiMl
O. W. MAvfAKLANUaCO., Atuufa. i. fow.
mac- !-.
J W. OlSVIN,
taaU.at Moronunl and Uonomi Bttltr
inUry 4imt$,
Wailiau, Mail.,.,....
f, ,"-,, ,,,?, I
Crourw, HacIwawJ Imi'iaawy. fli Milhiis
aafc f M4 film H. a.ai.
ENTERPRISE
PLANINO MILL II
C. I. ttVitai. CoaWMlor Md aWUJr, U Proori.10.,
MnrliAC Md nM Wwar. tm Uni. TW mut
UYaraAl. BdAaU toft aim wia4 Md nAu
TtaVkaM Haa . ala
llhlllli nricT'fcl ?
rveuewiwu unrAH.
M
RS. THOMAS LACK,
Ho. IS Fart Street. lUawlal,
1UKIIT.A AMD USALAR III
ItVIMO HAOH1MKS
AND CAUINK
I'mrit, Altnthmrutt, Oil and Amrloo,
act roa tm.
Whit Md the t.iGMr-Kl'Hxixu KaY lion. Machine,
lloward'a Maatlne Nallea, allhlrkh.
L'wtkeira Mk, in all color. And aim I
Dartuur'a Mnrn Itu.Ad,
Uark'a O. N. T. Machlk. Cuioo.
.Vav. Vmrt,t'l Kiliailt Cut bVr IVtUm
AAD ULICATMe.
Pealer la'BirLAa.
k. vim. via.
Gvnb Aral Snniui Gooca,
Sh rt, IVwvta, Can,
a nod M.taiia:Ca.tmicm
UKHOMKMK MToyUM, in aOi .am
S.wlAi.Machiii, lAAk and CiM-keuauua, oiiiaarilg
Alleudcdlo. .MVM
CHAS. SMITH,
No. ti Kiua St., Iloooivi-r, M. I.
RkUIAl flMtt AH Ml Wk
Qcwett taA Metst bsa Wsskie ""
RANGES., TINWAHE, 'K.
'J.5.,,
AAV All iKul n.nli.l an.1 kU'n.lan I
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