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ifwinlfMiilly, rmnil iiirtit.rinil ptrrwinil
infill lnn?i Iik inidf ml llhililin. I he I'lU',
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fruity luck iinliiiiVni lliimiili luiiny milut
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llic ImiiRtiMll'iii .mil fills Ihf lliiiiiglit. Am
rricMii lotf In ilnl In llic ciiisl Ihhii i( Cnr
field, the lt! e.tllii' nf l.lnnilri ntnl nf (Srmil.
Ami lltat U the liluliMl pride nfnll, fur il li
pride in llir liluuiili n( nilnil nvcl limllri, of
Inlcllfcl anil cnciRy mid stern irrnrnl fihrr met
llic rate of elreirnstiiiiees limvc rr unpiopil
I Imn nr adtfrc llic hewes nf merle in
history rue men who shine roiitplciiiiiit. In llir
inuial wotld, lm Mllsly tin- ii.tlriml inn
science. I nr In ipllc of (hiIIiIcaI ciniiiptlnn,
mriscriieiilly doomed, ll npplicillrm nf cllil
citl principle In n.lllnli.ll life It n prcdiinilii.ilit
Ameitraii clurricti-ilsllc. What imllon wrns
fmiiiilcil a llir American nation w.u founded?
I lie iilhot nf I'iriicli ami Gentian nationality
wclr i.vii(;c. I he f.illici nf DnlUli lilicity
ivrtr iiIi'aIc Hut ihii fdllicr sallcil uwny In
faiiml a Hale cio n IKiimy V.I, with llir
l'.lniiuu' trmllllont uf HnnliOi lilwily lirlilml
llicm, with llic Anlu Smiiii cnimge ami fife In
llicli limit'. Hill llicy Wou'it wllli llicm more:
linn llic UJililloiu uf l.ncllili Illicit)'. Ihcy
ilrviitlnn to principle uf icni;iiu cnlliinl.mi,
'I liey IhuiikIiI wllh them llic Meat, iliiink in
from llic w.)iil ami wrlliiiR "I Tymlall, nml
llim.and I .nt lie r, nml Cnlvlnaml Knot, Tlicy
wcrcenliilct! iiuciu'ccnnictratciiby llic IiUkkI
of a lliuii'aml ni.uljri, lor which they Ino hail
alicaily lir.ivcil imprlninmcnt, nml foi wliich
llicy were iraily fuilhcr to lirac nil the Icnoit
nlnn unknonn nml uliinny ocenn, all the un
ccilnintlcii ami huiMup' of n ilcvit.ilc counliy,
ca, death itself. Tlicy wcic icaily to i.iciITicc
home nml cnmf.ut ami fiicmli, )ci, the 'wcet'
nc of love ituclf, niul all lli.it the hentt I10KU
most precious and molt 1lc.11 in atcrn nml
unielfuh devotion In .1 mpiemc Idea piefcnini;
cvciy naciiricc to the sncildcc of a principle.
Do you llilnU lhat tlicy ncre all ciincicm.c
lliat they hid mi home to ic.ic, no tender
imotioni tu sacillicci no heart (tiinc to he
wiunghy the last fatcwcils ufnn eternal p.irt
in? Hut they loolctl for n better rewnrd,
'I heir ejc were fixed upon the celestial kIoiIcs
nf the heavenly city, and they held of none
account their allegiance to nn cutldy, in com
parKonwilli their duty lo nn lle.wcnly Klnj;,
I'ellow citirens, I need indulge In no eulogy
of the I'uritnushere. They nrenhove ill eulogy,
It h t become the lishion lo linilrvaluc their
lifeuml their uoik, Il is ensy lo call them
bigoli, cnthuiatls nml funnies. They were nil
this, hut they were more, for they were capable
of, and Ihcy achieved llic highest things.
Whatever Is best niul most vAirthy In our
lliouvlit and life Wd'ifi to their nEUuucti. To
them we owe it thai American standpoints arc
moral standpoints! that American conceptions
nrc inornl conceptions, hrotn llicm nre de
lived the iiiiIvcimI ljhts of the church nml
the school. The finest elements of I'urilnnUin
have 1cacned our 1u1lon.1t life, nml in turning
to the past to nuricy the oiigin nml course of
our national gicntncss,it Is fitting that wc should
gratefully ncknowledge the whole extent of our
obligations tu the I'llgiim I'ntliers.
The hundred )cars of American history
illustrate the new truth that the genuine glory
of a nation consists not in military achicse
inenl, In tha estenslon of territory by force of
nuns. No dream of military glory has cheated
the American imagination,
Farewell trie neiehiug sited anil the sHltl trump,
1 lie ipirit itirdng drum, th ver picrcins fife,
I tie roal banner; and all tjuAlily
IVute, pomp and circumtlaiKe of storious war."
I'nr there are other triumphs higher, more
abiding, more precious, thjn these. While
other nations have been locked in deadly
embrace, we have been devoted to the arts
and pursuits of peace.
The note of war has occasionally been heard
upon our borders, but it has not stirred the se,
reneatmosphete of the Gieat Kepublic, Sound
ing faintly a moment, ll Uss floated awny into
an Indescribable distance and been lost with
out breaking the course of the thousand Indus
tries which make (or the happiness nnd im
provement of mankind. Virtually without an
army, without a navy, without fortifications and
munitions of war, the great unarmed Kepublic
is respected on every sea and under very sky,
wherever tht crvasise influences of dvilliatlon
have penetrated. And so Ameiica stands like
the great statue so soon to be erected in New
York hatlior, uplifting a torch to the eyes of
waking nations, and preaching the gospel of
peace. hew else in ihc world could a Sum
ncr have dclivcied hi (cugnlficcnt eulogy on
the arts and industries of peace, tn the light
of the American idea, in comparison with the
American conflict, how ain,how criminal es
the wars which hue devastated the ceiUuiy,
What justification shall w coffer lorAui
terliti and Solfciino ami SeJsn ? WV.t answer
shall wo make lo the articntte wall of anguish
which rose from the homes of Kurope over the
50,om dead of Wateiloo ? How different from
these our own dreadful struggle, in which pa
triotism ami honor aad duly were alike enlist
ed, its supreme judication, a hjijm, rising
from iis ashes, and the vindicated manhood of
four million slaves.
I do not pretend that the American nationat
life Is the proper subject of unmUcd satisfaction.
The Americans as a nation have many tulpable
limitations arising from the peculiar difficulties
01 their situation. We may as well plead guilty
to a certain hard bias toward the material fact,
a reduction of alues to vulgar and utilitarian
standards, a certain insensibility to the finer
issues-thc spiti'uil sides of life. There is a
deplorable absence of speculative idea in
American thought, an unluitunate, iiictivily of
the higher reason, the cicitUe inasinatlou, a
lack of Interest in the higher education. We
ate 1 people without a national taste, with nn
national art, deficient In aesthetic motive, in the
finest poccption, in -sense of the values of cul
ture. Theie is no grace and beauty and bloom
in our national life. The fiagrance of culture
does not hang around it. The hard angle of IV
lilantsm ate nut yet softened Into line of beamy
This must be the work of time. The Ainciican
lople base been loo busy for the development
of taste, tu the struggle with nature, in the
triumph ovct material obstacles, in hewing out
a nation) cmluation like statue ftoui the
marble. Hut the beauty is coiniug. American
culture a (rue century plant-has already
UussouioJ in New England, aud the nation is
not lli' proper object '( sneer which among
llie names mlnitimg the agi" run claim many of
lire ptimdMl as her nwni In philosophy, tin
jiJtdi In portly nml ctllklsni. a Umelli
In Imaginative fiMlon, a Hawthorne) In gcnernl
lltctaiuie, nn Kmetwmi In otalory, ti Web-net
Il mimine to ronililet the thief ami final
iptvlrc whini Ameilni lin imilfteil In the
genual cause of human ptogte a servlm
whhli glvrs In Ihls memfiiahlf day th' major
(ait of lis significance, and tijion which Ihc
mllou'i girnlest 1 Mill In futliir lionot mini be
(minded. I nel mil .y Ihal I lefer In llir
setvkrt irlideinl by the tnltrd Stales of
Ameilra to llie cause nfinlllll libeily -no
new Ihrmr, but one of pcicnnlitl Inlelesl and
lniHiilanrr, n right umleislauillng nf whhli
nny crmitilmti'innihiiillH-liniioitaneeof I'xse
liivllliilloii' whlili drteml for thill rlleii.:e
iijhiii It, and which ate itidisvrhibly iniiiiecl il
wllh llie Inletesls of evety Aintilran cllitii.
'1 lie dncltine of liumiii tight liad never lie n
to well iimlriitiKKl as by llie bind of liallh Is
who hritded llie new movement In the mw
world. 'I hey stood a cttituiy In advance of
their lime. I'trtythlni; of value In the I'.ng
liih enmlllulioii as It rslsird in 1776, alt lint
was useful in true in the Trench Revolution
of 1 7S7, was Involved In llnl l)eeii,iilnti o(
Independence which wr ate hete liicnniineini).
tale and incoiHitard in thai ruiitlllulloii whoie
beneficenl liilliieiicea we still enjoy. Our
lathers achieved liberty without license instead
of, as III I'tancc, license without llbetly, '(hey
ircngmol oil the one handjhe absltnct ptln
elples nl right which the Kngllih ronstiliiti-in
Ignoted, and teipectrd on the nlhei the eslab
livhed concrete tight which Ihc Trench Hcvik
lullmi wildly desltoyeil, they comblneil mid
liaiintint'iii'lyenmlilnnl ihesliitdlrst eleinenlsof
lliiglisb rnntctulUm with llie Inoadesl piliu I
pies of Ktencli theotisls. Tliey applied pilm.1
pies with 11 soher regard to esistlug fact, ami
limited the deductions nl llic spcculrtlvcreamn
by Inferences drawn from prncllc.il espetlrtice.
1 hey wete statesmen ns well as philosophers,
men nf alfaits as well as theotlsts, at once
radicals nnd cimieivntlves. Tulhe old fastlmed
clinging to antlipialcd forms aud customs, which
emasculated llie fine genius of llurke, they op.
opposed the bteadlli, the wisdom, the radical
views nl Hamilton. To the (ictulcd enlhutlaiui
of the Jacobin clubs, wete contrasted the
piacllci.il sense and enlightened conservatism
of Ttanklin nnd Washington, l.ibertv w is
never mote finely achieved, never w lib mote
patience, mote moderation, mote fieedi 111
from csi'ess, They dcstioyed to cieate, they
pulled down lo build again nu
biimlct foundations. And evety American
must echo the prophecy thai the glotious
fabric of American Liberty, which our fathers
conceived in wisdom, elected witli patience, and
finally consecrated with (licit blood, and which
now lifts in liimhcd petfcctncs its sun-kissed
spire; l heaven, shall still endute, still stand in
Mioiiuni; and in evening light nml under Ihc
shining constellations, until the star of civiliza
tion shall have set beneath the Pacific nnd the
sceptre shall have pissed away forever from
the Anglo-Saxon race,
Il was In the application of hlnlty that the
American triumph consisted. Liberty Itself
was no new thing. The Arabs had it, Hashing
across their Uniudless deserts from honon to
horiron, '1 he Chaldean shephetds, watching
the silent Mais from llie plain, the rising and
setting of the slow constellation, had tasted
its wild Iteedotn. Il had a splendid dawn in
the tierce Athenian democracy twenty centuries
before Its benignant beams shone upon the New
World. It set again in slotniy eclipse, to tise
anew "upon some fairer shore," and shed the
uiicctl.iiu light of n planet tiwn savages in the
depths of Gctmnti forests, upon pirates scouting
(he Nnrlli H-a. Airivin in llisr linc ,,l -m
tics il shone with n bright, fierce transient
splendor on the Italian Hepublics, the snows
of Switzerland, the dikes of Holland, until
finally in our own old lingland like the star of
Helldcheni it settled, nnd Ucimc the glory nf
the morning and the evening sky. Il lias an
inextinguishable being in human hearts, and
never has sulTcied total eclipse. Hut in 1776
It came with the redoubled brightness of
"another mom risen onmid-noon," and it te
malned for the American people t o demonstrate
(n labor nnd blood nnd tears, lha.1, "government,
of the people, by the people and for the people,
shall not perish from the earth."
And how has this liberty been purchased ?
Dcntly twught with blood and devotion and
cr-Mly sacrifice. Everything thai the individual
holds most dear, home and friends and oppor
tunity and life Itself, has been ftcely given, the
private yielding to the larger need, the indi
vidual to the richer opportunity all, all has
been devoted for love of counlty and principle
and "honor that never shall die." The sacrl
lice of 300,000 lives has made American libeily
a sacred thing.no mere name, rhodoniontadc,
bluster or boast, but Indescribably precious to
every true American heart. And as we of iho
younger generation hear from older lips the
story of the war, iu vjcrilices, its hardships,
Its devotion, of the heat and struggle of the
battle, of the long watchings by silent camp
fires, of the bivouac under the open heavens j
as we hear of the weariness or forced march
ings, of the tortute of wounds, of cold, hunger
and thirst, and worse than all of separation
from friends, of imprisonment, suffering and
death, all cheerfully botnt for the nation's
cause, our pulses will beat, our bosoms burn,
as we catch the echo qf that immortal strife j
and our hearts will incest with a new meaning
those old, old worth : "It is a sweet and
beautiful thing iodic for one's country.
We, who live in these happy islaudr, breathe
another air than that which supported cor
fathers. The dome which licnds above ue,
sctencly flushed with morcing aud evening
lights Is not the inhospitable sJ.y w hlch frowned
uH)ii the l'dgrim Kathets. This smiling sca
ns which llawaii-nci floats like an opal is Ur
dllv-tent from lhat stormy ocean uon viiich
the ctadle of Anglo-Saxon liberty wa rocked.
The face of iiatiue is cha'f.cd. She shows
us a smiling visagr, and the physical difficul
ties with which other generations contended,
confront us no mote. Vet we who travel across
the sea change our skies, not our mcral relations.
The, glorious traditions of American history
lie ours. Deep in our heatts are engraved
the lessons of the past, American liberty, a
dearly bought hcriatge, has come to us to be
again transmitted by us as the most precious
boon to potcriy, It brings its resiHinsibllilies,
its duties its burdens. A thousand voices (rum
the past adjure us 10 be lailh(u) to the trust.
The dead lips of Adams and Jefferson and
Washington and Hamilton, of Clay and Web
ster and Sumner and Phillips and Lincoln, the
At (he Maklkl (.round in llie morning the
Honolulu! beat llie I'ailfiu, 18 to 5, In the
afle moon the Oceanlra defeated tin- Martini
Men, 17 In (1.
In the races al Kapiotanl I'aik, llamnek
won the half mile dash In j 1 seconds Mr.
Cctll lltimn's mim 0, II. won I tie?
mile dath, Mimnger coming in alone,
as Mily I looker broke her shoulder
ntr the hslf mile mle ami fell on the Hack
ic mile ilatli fur the Tnuilli nf July Cup was
won by Itmllrr In l,n ami Die two mile
ilaih, for the Knlaknun I'uise, was won by
taintfiml, Jr., in J. ).
111 tup. nritut imamih.
On Kniial the Tnuilli ol July was duly nl.
setsnl At IUiwh Ihetewne rnc during the
la) 1 at Krnlla theic were fitewoiks in llie
evtnlmii Ihelaltei Ik In.; fnllowrd by ix private
patriotic muslenle In llie parlors of Colonel
fnldlng, nl which ,Mls llriiha Von Unit '51'
I lie Slat Spatitleil llttnner.
Al Kahuhil, Spteckelsvlllr, Hani, l.iliiilnt
and Wnilukit, Maul, tinny Americans lele
btated. At llllu, Hon. 0. II, I llir hock delivered
in oration. Al Knhal.i, (Ininiku and Wnio
hinit iheie wcrrqulct American demonstrations,
ON IHIAkll llir. Al AMPIM.
My the Conjectural 'Telephone Line, (trim
Station II, In latitude jo north nml longitude
l,0 west n( I'arlj, we lnvc received llie fol
lowing su(( loci account of how Ihc day was
cclebintrd on hnanl the Alaineiln, Al sunrise
the full nntloinl salute was fired under llie
direction nf Tint Officer Dowdcll, Chief
Knglneci Little followed with the federal sal
ulc, played on the engine's whistle. Ily kind
pctmlssinn n( Agent Itwfri, who telephoned
orders to Million A. 011 'Ihuriday last, ihc ship
was dlcssed (torn slciu to stem In bunting of
various nationalities, the stats and stripes
having nf course llir piotnhicnt Kisltlnns, with
the Hawaiian, lltltlsh, Ttencli, (icrtnan, Tof
lugiu-se mid Japanese flags-well displayed. At
10 A, M. the musical and literary cxctcltes
wete begun, Hon. Ceiitgc N'orlon Wilcox of
Kami vval president of llie day. Timet Sulton
was secretary and executive officer nf the ar-
ragements. The exercises wete npened with
the piatin-foilc ovcrlurc, America, played by
Mis. Hanfotd. Trnyer was offered by Kcv,
W. C. Merrill. Iltlef Inltoductoiy rematks
weic made by the president of the day, fol
lowed by other brief remarks felicitously ex
pressed by Mr, M, S, (tlnbium, Mr. Turner
then sang Columbia the (iem of the Ocean, In
his best style. Kcv. Tied T. House lead the
Decimation of Indepciulancf Miss Auiils
.Montague -whose appearance was giecled
witli prolonged applause -sang Hail Columbia,
with thrilling ellrcl. The poet of the (lay, Mr,
K. C. Sanfotd, lead some fine lines, melodi
ously voicing llic sentiment
" We're humewarit IhjuiuI "
Miss Montague nnd Mr, 'Turner, accompanied
by Mrs. Hanford, then sang America. 'Ihc
president then introduced Hon. I), A. Mc
Kinlcy, a distinguished ex-American, whose
glowing tribute to the land of his birth and
the laud of his adoption America nml Hawaii
was received with tumultuous appluive,
dosing the exercises. Captain Motsc provided
n sumptuous dinner, at which the handsome,
gillant nnd patriotic skipper replied to the
toast " The Ship of State, may it never lose
its tuildcr 01 butsl its jib I" I nflcrvvards pro
posing the trust, " The ladies," Many of the
ladies wore patriotic colors. The only baby
on board, a little Kanaka-Arnctlcnii, was de
corated with a last year's badge, and was
accorded the privilege of kissing nil the pretty
girW on Inmil.
Dcspits a few hitches and minor drawbacks
the proceedings from first to last were well
conceived and heattily and faithfully catried
out. Secretary Wiseman worked like a beaver
he always docs urvJ in providing the
sinews of war," harmonizing existing differ
ences and spurring on laggard workers was a
host in himself, Mr. C. K, Miller wotk in
gathering and disciplining the forces of the
antique and horrible parade was invalua
ble. Mr, James L. Torbcrl's impersonation of
the "clown," and Mr. Frank Curtain as the
" Goddess of Liberty " deserved all I be praise
receiw-sl. Great credit is due Mr. II. T. Oil
lingiVsm for Ihc masterly manner in which he
succeeded in getting so many people to ond
from the parte. Mr. T. C. Jones worked hard
and to good purpose on the refreshment com
mittee. All the committees each as a whole
vvorkul hard and well ; and of those who
shirked, nothing need be said here hoping
they will reform dunlin the year.
It is worth noting that Secretary Wiseman
sent invitations lo the exercises to President
Cleveland and to each of his cabinet. He
also left a number of directed invitations with
Purser Sutton of the Alameda, one to be
placed on the plate of each cabin passenger on
the morning of the Fourth.
In the evening many citizens celebrated by
displays of fireworks.
The Union forever I May this example to
this nation mean great things for Hawaii's
foaeii.N Jim if civil
Oeillnc vs. Lvran. Assumpsit. Iltnwn (or
plaintiff 1 J- Austin for defendant.
Hammer, l.etvt t 11. vs, liiongham Lung
ft I 11, Assuuiislt. Hatch (111 plalulIrT,
Ah Tan vs. All l.lm. TJrttmetit. C'aslle
lor lilalnlllT 1 Kussslaml Pocikx; for defendant.
Hawaiian Cmnmciclal Cu, vs, Horner,
AwiiiiihIi, llalch foi nlalnliffi llmtwcll
niul J. Austin for defendant.
lllemip A l.o, vs. Unite, Assumpsit. July
waived. Pirslnn for plaintiff) llnrlwcll find
W, Austin for defendant,
J. Austin vs. Mlchitli. 'Itempan, J,
Austin foi plaintiff.
Widemmin vs, Kvtrelt. Covenant, ,1'n-sluii
(or plaintiff Hatch (or defendant.
Her Hop ft ('11, vs, Chlllliigwoiili, Case.
I Inttwf It fill plaintiff Ally, (ten, (or de(eiid
ant, Wiseman vs. Smilh, Asitnnpvlt, lliowti
(or plaintiff I Ashfind nnd Ashdild for defend
ant. Dillingham ft Co, vs, Siindeman, I Intel)
Hawaiian Hell lei. Co. V. Mutual Tel. Co,
Hatch (ur plilutlff,
I Innings vs. I loin. Assumpsit. I latch for
Mailln vs, Shin, Assumpsit. Whiting for
Widemaini vs. (.'. Marfatlaiie, Assumpsit,
Picslon fot plalnllfl 1 Hutch foi defendant,
Hornet vs, Spieckels, Appelant, Apical on
Demurrer. Ilnilwell ft J, Austin fot pllf,
Neumann ft llnlrh for deft.
Kekuke, Appelant vs. Kclilaa, Kiccplinris.
Kinney ft Peterson for plff. Preston ft lliown
fot lb ft.
'I ho King v, lltldgca, Appellant, Incep
tions, Ally. (!en, for Ciowiii C'aslle, J Aus
tin, Wntd fin ilcfl.
S'cr Tung Sen vs. I tec Plrig,Aipcllant.
I'stjcptlons, Kinney ft Piesion for pllf.
Ilnilwell for delt. , ,J
Merrill ft Co., Appellants v, Jaeget, T,-
CCpllons. Dole fur plff, Ashfotd ft Asliloid
Wist vs. Ken. Question Hesctved, Castle
for lilff. Dole for deft.
Hllva vs, l,opc, Appellant, I jitiily Appeal.
Ashfotd ft Ashlord (ot plff. Ilalcli, lliown, J.
Austin lot nclt.
lliiiics.Aiinellant vs. Irwin. Knullv Aotieal,
llmtwcll (orillf. Ptcstouft, Hatcli (or dell,
Noll, Appclhnt vs. Ilutgess, I'lpiity Appeal.
Kinney ft Pctirson (or pill, Aslfford and
Ashford, I latch (or deft,
(ilnbaum ft Co . Atmelants vs, lleeln Co,
llinilty Appeal. Ilnilwell for pllf. Neumann
ft I lairh forded.
Andrews. Atineleut vs, Mciidonca 1 !' 1 1 1 i t V
Appeal, 'lliurslon for pllf. Hnrtwcll ft Cnstle
Kulkiilmil vs, Naihe v, Appellant, Tspilty
Appenl. 'Ihoinpson for plff, Itosa, KIno7 ,V
Peterson for deft,
Aim! (p) vs. Pclcknkila (w.)
Knidoakcnhi (w) vs. lliown, Hoiokahlkl,
Aue Kinltigtier vs. Kauhilaaii (k.) I'reslou,
Jov- Pias vs. l-'rnncisci Dias, Whiting and
I'aakea (w) vs. Ahunn, Preston.
Several Miipv Annaall; from Liirrpool.
Ily "Orlenre" from 1-lvrrjNxil, tram9rs from San
t-rancUco eiiil older tele arrivals,
H. DA VIES
Ilnnoiiiiu, II, I,
Wenl.t ll sllenllnrl Irt their l.elee enil
VStleil Mlixk of
Cwnsbllli bf llie iintllalUst Peril Sleet
Hie Mnfjne Sreel Miealerl. art TlirtowbiC t't'lie, Mu
line Bleel l'l,m-ell vffee PUnl, Jr., Culll-
vetoti, Dirt Arrsieri,
John Deieirie'a Otsnai Ptusva,
t'lelilers' lines of Ide Irfiel rneVee
111'IONR' UUI.r.llKArKli CAM. KNIVT.S
Inede tu btiler, Ames' Stwvele end fitMi.lei,
tjertlert Imi. (Jenel tlerniwt, Off
llnwi, Vol", tlielnt, Kenre
Suear Mill Requlreinenta,
SUOAR HAQS, BDOAR KEGS,
Slrin 0,1, Cylinder. I.eril
srui rserciene vii, irnw
l.utirleelnrs, I'lumbiirliJ, Al
lAnv Oren. llilslnn's end
H.IIkI J, files, allilnsam!
klntll. Sleam Peckiiirf, flat
end Kuunil Intlla Kulilr,
Astiloe Bllil Soai hlone,
flee Packing, ImlU Iti.l,
ter Itbs.Vj loiincli. I'ijh
etui Cmi.tinei. Nult a
vvatnerl, luilsneu, ,siecnine
Uulti, ell slret, Cul,l pressed
DUckluiilli's, l.niflneer'l eml
Carrieriter't llermneri, 1'il
Cutters, YVlniUi, B Inch t'
j inch, Anvtli. Vices, 'I tit
Sereper,, Orindslonee, lies!
American tlertrcnsntl tool
bleel, HuiMers' llerdware,
all klride and Mytet, Hub
buck's I'ainte and Oils, raw
end tailed. Small PaIiui 11
Oil, in faree variety. Dry
I'elnti, UinUr, Venetian,
Ked, Orhtee. Metallic, Ac,
VVtiiltna, lierinari VVIndw
aift'td slel. Manila Rone
"Dead and Keitercd sovcteepjs
NS. ho still rule our idIiui fiQm their urns,"
i-eak from the grave and wain us not to be
It us give heed to their warning, accept
the sacrcvl trust, assume its responsibilities and
rive In iu piecivm privileges. And as we re
flect upon those privileges, upon our glorious
kistoty, and pass In review the long ittay cf
statesmen and oralort and mirtyts who have
added glory andluvtte loour annals, shall there
not be an answering glow in every American
bosom, an eager thirst ourselv is to do some
thing wot thy of the glotious past, and still
(hen not rise from every. heart lo every lip tht
echo of those words " 7sm1 CJ IkM I,
I altt, am on Aouriam I "
MMireie rVoiirf Ciifenifer,
The Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Islands
begins Us July term to-day having adjourned
ovi yesterday in respect to the memory o( the
late asssKiate justice, Mr. Justice McCully
presides ( Attorney General Neumann (or the
HAWAIIAN JURY CRIMINAL.
The King vs. Aca. Gross cheat. Ally.
Gen. (or Crown, Thurston lor deft.
she King vs. lloll. forgeiy, Attv. lien.
The King vs. Kauhane. Conspiracy. Atty.
(.Sen. for Crown,
HAWAIIAN JURY CIVJS..
Kahui vs. Lauki. L'jcctmcnt. Kinney &
Pctetson for plff., llolokahiki ft Poepoe for
Malanl vs. l'uhi. Kjcctincnt. Kinney .V
Peterson for pllf., Monsarrat for deft.
Kela vs, Patvulima. Kjectment. Kinney
ft Petersen for plff., Dole for deft.
Kuiahl vs. Akau. Kjectment. Castle (or
plhV Hart well for deft,
Akau vs. Lyman. Assumpsit. Whiting &
Austin for plff., Preston ft Drown for deft.
Mokuhal vs. McCandless. Assumpsit. Kin
ney & Peterson for plff,, (latch foi deft,
lmdvvin vs. llrown. Damage. Jury waived.
Thurston for pllf., Kosa for deft.
Kauhikoa vs. Uobron. F-jcctmeiit
for pllf., llickcrlon cc llrown lor deft.
Uleloa vs. haulahca. l-.jcctmcnt.
Snipman vs, Nawahi. Damage,
Kamihana vs. Glade. Assutnisit
c rcierson lor pin.
Ulikapcka vs. Ookala Co. Tresjusi. Castle
Y crnandet vs. People's Ice Cli Damage.
Hatch for for pliT.
Ilclanl vs. Tcnorio, Kjectment. Poepoe for
lOEtlGN JURY CRIMINAL,
The King vs. Ah Tang. Housebreaking.
Attv, Gen. lor Crown. -
The King vs. Wong Tai Poon, Alol and Lu
t'ou. Lonspiracy. Ally. Lien, for Crown.
The Kirsg.v. Inn I'ing. 1'ctjuiy, Ally. Gen.
The King vs. Kong Vee. Malicious Injuiy,
Att'. Geo- for Crown.
The Kit-el vs. Hnran. Assault with damce r
oui weapon. Atty, Gen. for Crown Avcty
I'ntflisli nml Auipricnn ftinle,
Wlule Cotlnns, Untileaclietl Lottone,
!Jnu Drill ami Duck, Crown Canvai,
I rericli Mrrin.iuf ilitTerenl iiulitiee,
tirry, Hlne arid Mleefl fUrinel,
Waterrirnvf 'I weeds, Dress Materials,
Silks, K.slln., Silts Kll.liuns,
Velvet, Hosiery, Underclutlitnic,
IN 0KBA7 VARIUTV.
laiwns, Wlnle ami Primed Molcsltn,
l.inrll ami Collun l.tstnslos, Towelv
llamlkercliiefs, Muwuito Nclllnj,
Kulilier Clulliini;, Walertiroof Mieetini;,
Men's, Women's a; Cliil'lren's HikiU &. She
(sls.s and styles adapted It) itils tnarkel,)
' Horse ItUnkeli, lied lltsnkete, ,
Velvet anil t'upentry,
Jin li h nml Mat,
Centre Kuei, Navy and Merchant Canvas,
i-lher IStss llaes. ljon6l. Suear ltam.
Uice llagl, Coal llail, 3 & J 1'T) Twine,
English, Hawaiian & iunorican Flags
(3. s and 7 yards,)
Floor Oil Cloths, (taiteful detiitns,, assorted width)
Mcn'a SaJdlct, Side Saddles lddlery,
Iron HrdMeatU, Oalvanited Kucketb,
'Hnttrd Iron Te Ketttet, Sauce l'ans, Vry t'rin.
a (nbortcd ilietj,
ltiitcliri Kmvei, Kiilvft nd Forlci.
Tin Plate, Sti-ct Lead. Galvanised W!iT I'i
White lftd, (various qualities),
I lolled Oil, Turpentine,
(34 naucc 6, 7. 8 and 9 fi. IcnKthi),
nalvanUed bcrewi and Waher,
Yellow Shenthina Metal Xailtt
Annealed Fence Wtw, Fence Staples,
Wire rUnt Guards and Arches,
Steel HaiU, with Ftsli 1'Utcs, liotts and Spikes,
A LARGE FRi:SH ASSORTMENT OK
Crockery and Glassware, O01, Picks, Shovels,
rtantation and Mechanic's 'loo!,
RoUy A Co' Portable Engines,
(4 II. 1' and 6 II. f')
One Splendid Piano, by Hruiimead 9t Sons,)
letted Chain, Oosaee'i Soap,
(j qualities, in bx 34 and Co bars),
Rest WeUh Sleum Coal, Coke,
Floor in nj 'Hies, Hre Clay,
Portland Cement. (White 4 Johnson's)
fUs? Hritkt, uoth square and arch,
Lump Rock Sail,
(3 to 12 Inch widths.)
A Large and Fresh Anrtment of
Callfornian and English Qroceries,
No, and a Flour, No. and "a Klce,
Crushed Suear, China and Jenan Teas,
Oysters, plants, bsnnon, s.o
ryaicre, s.iuia, jumiuii. hu...i.,i
'Ineit Table Fruits from the Factory
i'ure unglleti bplcee. conaenaea Milts
Cocoe, Si'EClAUTIESTlie J'lif
rirfl eVrroei-il. IHIt Mealue Oil.
trlfuvnl l.hilnu; ti Inch, liuthrr
NpriHtt and C'niirne llrith usl at
liand.Blako Steam Purnn Valves.I'ack.
f S tll-l.. DM. W-mA ltr nr
ll, AIL,, S,1 UIW.I . cu, ju,v v.
Molasses, I rrlitatlnK Vacuum Pumps
Patent Centrifugali Complete,
I I OLLISTKR A CO.,
isviiv. rnr ,t rtr.STH.it ur run
I'tlht.HUl VUVSTHV itKHull.tSII
tn tiarlteiitar, IJlh'lf U and
aileJ aiieottrmnl iA
uil lertireil. 1 Ml II a' tn.,lil,nl
t Le the fmeit ptfurne In tde
world. All of one quality,
(trial eatiety of ikI'WI ilylei
ami nrlcci, el
fallilietHis ervl el fie)
arid llie Israeli erwi rn,.l cemotete sr'k of
I'ATUNT MEDICINES, '
eser kept in tliil Kingdom. A
large Invoice of
ir.iSUKI 3IKUITKHKASK4S HfOStlK
direct from Funqie, free from
sand or dirt. Agents for
PARKE DAVIS ft CO'R
J. C AYEH COS
Horseford's Acid Phosphates,
Creen'a August Flower ft German Syrup,
Altcock Porous Plaster Co ,
Murray & Lanman's Florida Water
Verba Buena Hitters.
If OLLISTER & CO.,
are also 1'rcprietors and Manufac.
facrurers of the celebrated
(Ttcntriil .obcrtiociucuto. (5cncr.il iJDcrUocmtnlo.
r - lllllll I II m. renn MH
Al the Old Stand, No. 8 Kaaliiitnauti St., Honolulu,
IMI'OKIhKANI) UKAI...KIN At I. till'. I.Art.H. IJII'ltOVKU
W r.V C r 113 H vV rs' j yi. V JV 3J jx. h ,
rtrantm Iron Wtt PUIn ami NUml lt.- (
'tU Warr, of all binds f
n(rri(lit UT and l.J H(
l.fii L'J ri CotJpert
tt&n a Dfaln IV'
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Shoot Iron
OK AM. KINDS, ATTr.NDKD TO,
tW A earlelv of Home I'urnfiblrig Joo.Jl loo numetosil li tnenlPio.
E. 0. HALL & SON,- (Limited.)
ttave just rccclvrcl Kx ltark Mcmlula anil ottiirr anivals
Boston Card Matches. Downer's Keroiene Oil, Frnzer'a AxleCreaa,
Cotton Waste, Ice Cream Freezers, (all sizes),
Ecldy'n Kefrlgerntors, (all sizes), Lawn Mowers, Iron Agate Ware.
STOVEH .A. TV! It. A. IV & 13 H ,
A NKVV LOT OK
PLOWS AND BREAKERS,
OK ALL HIZLS
" Owinc lo Ihc unusual tlemaml fur the alwvc our slock on ham! was vcty much
reduced, and this shipment has attived just In time lor the tucsent season, for kinds and sisw
sec descriptive catalogues, sent on jpplicatlon.
WE KKEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
stock: of so-a.is,
Harness Soap, No. I Laundry Soaj) (in case),
ALSO ON CONSIONMKNT
California I lav, llarley. Potatoes, Kartell
Salmon, I lams, t.
tbctos Muturefor Duilers
and Sltam Hiie. my cltean, Kente Wire
fttid Stipls, GfvnieJ Koonii
Wilcoi nd GiMs Automatic; SinjTT ManuractunnK
Company, Assorted! Kctiunuton Company, Family;
Wilson Machines, the Lest assortment to b found,
and at Bottom 1'nccs.
by vtry arrival from England, New
ork and Sao Pranclico.
1 Hw Timotloa Englao, 8horM powr.
Orders from tlX Rthei Islands Tilled at Best Rates and
with d I match 140-15
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
We take pleasure In announcindlthat. tn addition to
uur CONrrcrioNKRv and Cakk HusiNtss, e ilt
.!.. on SAIUKIMY, Al'HU. i, an
Which has iV"! neatly fitted up to meet lheiqiui
menu uf out trade.
Our Ice crfam will be only afaupcrtor quality, made
of genuiie Cteamfrow Ihe TTooulawh Dairy with
whom wc hate anvcj toa supply us reguUrlv
with pure, cream, which, having frequently letted,
enables us to guarantee a firU-.lats ankle, of lc
cream niual to that inad In any of the large cities.
The fallowing varieties of Uk Ckkau and lc will
be furnlsheit at our opening, and several other varieties,
if Our trade will justify it.
VANILUV, COrKJfc GUCi:,
ORANGE AND STRAWHKRRY
1'artics supplied any day except Sunday. Thoa
wikhing Ice Cream for Sunday mut leave their ordere
on Saturday tefont 9 F, M., which vUI be delivered
before to a. m. Suikday. 1h creams, will be packed
that they will Veep eight hours in a hrstu. condi
Hoping (o recti Ve a share of public patronsv in this
line of our business, and thanking them for (heir liberal
favors in the past we remain, respectfully,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
STEAM PLANING MILLS
Manufacture all kinds of
and all kinds of wood-work finish.
Agents for Wcl S. Kimball & Cui
y ray rant Vanity Vittr,
Tobacco and Clfttriittc
which have no riva's. 'llie
largest assort met. I of
PLUG TOBACCO AND C1GAKS IN
OUR GINGER ALE & SODA WATER
has always been recottniicd as the
Lest In the market.
dlM fllNGEK ALE EXTHACT
being manufactures) from our own
private formula tn
AERATED WATERS in Patent or Cork
Stoppered bottles asctaeired.
WHOLESALE ft RETAIL, JJ NUUANU ST
TORT MERCHANT STS
aroll. Met Wail wwlac.
Alt kinds of PUninf and Sawing, Mortising, aud Tea
ORDERS FR0UITLY ATI ENDED TO AND
Orders from the other Islands BofiCtlad.
MELLER & HALBE
KIhi strttt nrar Alukia.
No. 16 KtrscSr., IIooh.lu, II. I.
nunuL ram in us mm
Ceyeer sai lluet Xrss erksr
KANOES, T1NWAKE, Etc.
Mf All woeli (iiararuecd and all westers btaidl)
atteadedlo. Heasa least orders oa Irf slata
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Ma HO rtrt Stitst, ml'h, H. L
Coli-aie's Toilet Scan.
Slcrlini; Sdap (in case), L'rasite Soap (In case,
lioiictl and llaw Llnsccil UH,
Lanl Oil, hltlilrgair Oil, I'canut Oil, Meats Fool Oil, Castor Oil,
'I' U U 1' i: N T I N 1: ,
J'AIXTS OF JiVJiJtr JJJJSCJIJJ'TJOX, .
An.l a very Superior Stock nf all Kinds of
,JSL -A- JcS, ID T77- . 13 IB ,
All lo Ik had at the
T,0-WEST MAKKET HVEB.
E. O. HALL 8c SON,
250-261 Corner Fort and KiniLhtrc-ts. Honolulu, II- 1
Pacific Hardware Company
Successors to Dillingham & Co., and Samuel Nott.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware, Ayrieultitral Implement,
JFoune FiiniixhlHy Gondii C General Merrhandine.
Just received dtdy's Kcfrigeralors and Ice Clients, new styles of Chandeliers and Library
Lamps Stovu and lUnges, Kerosene Oil Stoves.
F-AJI-B-A-lSrKl'S Sc HOWiJ'S SCALES.
All ot which ate olTered uoon favoraMe terms.
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
N. F. BURGESS,
CAUVENTEH AND BUILDER,
Ketvcctfull) annouicct lo th public .hat
h la purchased tht
BuiEtiMt recent) Cbfiducttti bv Mr. O. M. LeftW. at
No. 84 King trci, which will h under lha manan-nfntofhia-B.
llit tJpcWiU uttnd im amval ot tvtry Mtamtr
FREIGHT, PACKAGES & UAGGALE,
In Honolulu and vicinity.
A'U-HJsTI'X'UJKB efs FXAJtsTOS
Moved with care.
HE, ALSO, HAS PURCHASED THE
Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water,
HuiiftLa hefrtftafe-iM kattl bv Mr. I. W. II In e lev.
No. It Kinx urcci, which will b coodiu.ttd by hit
ton, G. W. BUROBSS. and whtrt tvtrythlnc In
tbtlmttf .SMOKKkVJOICLkS cnU fooj-? ol
th b-t quality.
ThanktOK Ibt public for patt favon and cuasanuctny
to baTaniDtlv ixccutsi mil ofilef t ta eilher line of buki.
ntu. al rtaiofublt clWgei would r ipactfully itolnit a
wiart of public paironas.
Kil,tnc Tehpkv .Vo. 1S9.
H4 King Street, Honolulu.
We are Complete Outfitters for Men, Ladies and Childrrn of all ages, asd
all stations in life.
Residents of the Hawaiian Islands will find it of advantage to send for our
large Illustrated Catalogue, descriptive of the latest styles in
CC Tke laraeel and leal aaaoctaMM
, GuUm' m4 CkUlraa'a
asU, Sbots, SIlDastre, Dack( Psasa. tie.
To W feesast eel llet lelanslk
Prkas aa low as alaraken lor titular eHeaUiy or
team enaoren aa aeeejiiri eeee-iiees
GEO. M. RAUPP,
rrt Bl CfWi BaU' BUsslaa.
MtO, Vtevl, HMtea. Laaa d Ptsrk.
Gtvasaa tmt ISefc Bauaacaa,
rWk. emttr, w4 VctotUa
Onsets wiltracoiva psMtpt atleMloa.
oisej IU stuawKk.
Tat-aewx No, .
Baby Carriages, Draperies,
Hoots and Shoes, Fancy Goods,
Trunks, Etc., Etc,
Furnishing Goods, Etc, Etc.
Silverware, Etc., Eta
Neikt flroe. Point: ptiitl to nny Addrowi.
Wc aim to have our prices lower than those of all other dealers. Cm
tomers who order from us through the mails, get the same goods and price M
if present at our counters.
Small orders filled with the Mine care and attention a larac'oMa.
WEINSTOCK 4 LIMN,
4M, 412, 414, 4M, 4M, I ST., SMUKm. Ml
slj,v .sjfiitsste s.rs
B.rri.if r iV'iil iria.'-.i'..ar.riViv' rf ' ''
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