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ioed a iicoum of on tiiird front these rates, wnkh
ere for transient advettwnitnts.
AH foreign advenUem-rtis mud b scwmpanted with
the py when ordered In, or no notlc will be talten el
thun The ralM of charcM are Rlrn In the above
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mnts, or subscriptions may b made by bink bills,
coin or posiai money or.nr
otfi HAM: 11,11.1. i.r.rimt.
Janrrll Men it Ifotutlultt.
" VomSer tlouJ portend rain, melliinks,"
ml Mt. Jiimis Ij. Spencer lie stooil In
front ol tin slow, sitchcl in html, last .S.Unr
lay afternoon, " Oh, come on and Kt In, you
won't melt," cried Mr. S.J. Letcjr, ns lie hid
a piece of chesc and a. beef stcslt under hi
liugtty seat. The hero of the Nile sandwiched
hit rotundity lietwcen the Press reporter and
the captain of the Benedict and beguiled the
way to the Maklkl diamond with critical re
mark on the various plavcrs nnd philosophical
deduction on the jiast amc of the sea nil.
Wc reached the bill ground in ample time.
The game va to commence nt hill-past three
o'clock, hart, but it didn't! there ha not
been a gime pliyed on time tin seabn.
Some of the spectators in the pavilion, who
tind the hard teat uncomfortable, growl a
little, showing very plainly tint tin. y do not
appreciate the eccentricities of !ue lull genius.
They do not stop to consider tint the boy can
easily get torches to play by if it get dark on
It was a qusrfer put four when the
ball vvas first struck by 1'rcd Oat of the Hono
lulu, who took his first In a sprightly manner,
stole to second and reached third while Hay
Wodchousc miile a break by going out on first
base. Harry Whitney followed ami look first
iiaii on a lly which was muffed by Jack Dow
sett. Guy Wodehome, Kteil Whitnej, Jlm
mle Dowsett, Charlie Eckel, George Markham
and Billy Moore all reached first base, but
Jimmic Dowsett wa caught between bases
nnd went out at the home plate. Oat again
went to bat and came in. Hay Wodchousc
followed with a two-base hit when Harry
Whitney went uul on first ba.c with the scoic
standing at eight runs.
The Married Men came In and Lce) look
his fast on a hit to richt field which was tincly
stopped with oas hand by Harry Whitney
while running. Spencer followed but went
out on a foul tip to Wodchousc. I.cvcy in the
mean time had stolen to third base and stole
home on Wodchousc before I'arkir went out
at first base after three strikes.
(n the second inning Guy Wodchousc, of the
Honolulu j, after having .1 strike called, took
his first on a bad throw by short stop and
scored a run for the big II. bovs before I-rol
Whitney, Jimmie Dowsett and Charlie Pckcl
went out in succession at first base.
The Married Men were whitewashed this
inning, Uoardman going out on a fly. to third
bate, Sheldon on a lly to short stop, and
Wilder on a fly to second base.
In the third inning George Markham went
to bat for the Honolulu and went nut at first
base on . good throw by Wilder from third.
Billy Moore followed out on a foul to Sheldon.
Oat made a two-base lilt in vain, for Hay
Wodchousc went out on a fly to second base
and the big II. boy retired with a large goose
One of the commendable traits of the
Married Men I that they never gel dis
couraged, and have always played against odd
just as if they were certain of winning the
game. ''We married fellows know better than
to qtve up just because we've been laid out
once or twice, don't we Spencer?" viid Jack
Dowsett, as he sat with his legs crosse.l undci
him waiting for Ilia third mm to go out,
Levey had just taken his first on 7 ball.
Sp:ncer gave Jack a grimly compassionate
look, which ni a large commentary on hi
youthful- ignorance and silently placed him
self in front of Eckel, lie immediately put
the side out by hitting a fly to third base. As
the Benedicts went a-field Jack looked limg
and earnestly into the pavilion as if he wa
trying to find something that would gie him
The big H. bo) took their fourth inning
and Harry Whitney made his first by Uurges
muffing the lull. Guy Wodchouse reached
his first while Harry Whitney had made
second on an overthrow by Sheklun. I'red
Whitney took his first, Jlmmie Dowsett,
Ctsvlie Cckcl asil George Markham followed
out at first base, while Harry Whitney and
Guy Wodchousc came tn with two runs.
Of the Married Men, Parker stnuk out,
ilurgtss went out on a fly, which was finely
caught by Hilly Moore, who fell with the ball,
but held it, and Uoardman went out at first
IIjrge, of the Hcned ids, took his first on
called bill and stole to third. Beardman wii
thrown out at first by tekel. Sheldon reached
first on a fly m-iffcd by IlcVel, but went nut at
second (tying to steal a bir, while llurge
came In with the second run for the spliced
nine. Wilder ended the inning by being
thrown out at first by Harry Whitney.
In the eighth Inning, I'red Whitney of the
Honolulu reached first by the bill being fum
bled by short stop, Jimmie'Dowsett wa thrown
out at first by Jack Dowsett. Charlie Kcket
went out on n (1y to center field, George
Markham reached first bisc and Tred Whitney
came home, when Hilly Moore went out on a
fly to Wilder ami put hi side out.
When the Benedicts came In they were
whitewashed when they might hive made
ieral run had It not been for the looc base
running of I.lshman and Jack Dowsett, who
both went out at third, after reaching first on
called balls. I.cvey and Spencer also took
first on called balls as KckeV arm wa getting
tired anil hi pitching had became wild, when
Parker went out on n fly to short stop with the
gime standing 14 to a in a faior of the big II.
The Honolulu added two more run to their
score thi Inning. Oat led off with a lly which
was caught by Ihe center lielJer. liny Wode
house took his first on a bad throw of (.Mi
ni Vs. Harry Whitney reached first by
Barges muffing lists ball from third, Gu
Wodchousc was thrown out at first by Wilder,
Hay WiKlehousa wmlng In. Preil Whitney
made his first and look second on a passed bill
at first, while Harry Whitney Came home,
when Jimmic Dawsjtt dosed the store of the
Honolulus at lb run by going out at first base.
The Benedicts made three runs in this
Inning, closing their score at 5 runs, before
Wilder, Ltshinin ami Jack Dowsett went out.
Last lliursdiy at noon the Daic Ball
League met In the chamber of commerce.
Present i W. I Allen, H. M. Whitney, Jr.,
James G. Spencer, Hay Wodchouse and S. J.
Levey. On motion the league accepted the
authorization prciiously issued for the ilisbind
incut of the Pacific Club The question of cs
lending the series of league games was then
brought up. Before action was taken the
president read the following protest :
Hosoluiu, July 15. 1885
To Col. W. I'. Allen, Piesidcnt Hawaiian
Base Ball league.
Dear Sir : The Oceanic Base Hall Club
hereby represents to the Icairuc that bv aurcc
ment of the league a schedule of game for the
year 1505 was agrceil upon ; that under such
agreement n part of the schedule number of
games ?ias been played ; that by them the
Oceanic 11. II. C. has secured a fair aits .image
over other club by losing none of the
schedule game in which tliey base taken
put ; that to now extend the number of gimcs
hciond the Original number agreed upon, would
have the effect tn deprive them of tint ad
vantage without fault on their pari ; tint such
action on the part of the Iciguc would be un
just and unfair ! and that the Oceanic II. 11. C.
hcrLoy protest agnnst any sucn action on the
p irl of the league and request tint the votes
of their representatives in the league be cast
agamst any action looking towards such a
result. lours very respectlully,
Tut Ocbanic Hask Ham. Ciuu.
11) it Captain, W. A. Kmtiev.
. On motion of Mr. S. J. Levey the league
then passed the following resolution : Re
solved, (hat the scries of league games be lx
tended to five games bctvutn each of the re
maining clubs, the date of games to be ar
ranged by the three captains. The vote stood 1
Ajes, Whitncv, Spencer, Wodchouse and
Levey 4 : navs, Kinney and Wall 2. The
vote of Messrs. Wall nnd Kinney were cast
The members of the league who voted for
the resolution hold lliat the league's first
decision for three uwcswj9 not -arbitary, nd
that when the league wis orginizcd the games
were thus apportioned so that they could nil be
played before the buating season opens about
the middle of September. Beside this they
say that the public ha subscribed liberally for
the support of the league with the understand
ing that a certain number ol matches would
be played and thai it i only fair and honor
able, since the disbandim-nt of the Pacifies,
that the number of gimes should be extended
to cover the games the Pacific were to have
Under the new rurangciricnts, which have
been consented to by all ol the league clubs, the
following revised schedule 'ill be played until
the close of the se.-ucm :
Sir. IVrtllitrr't Xrlinnl for filrln.
The closing exercise took place jeterday
afternoon. The examinations for the term took
plice during the whole of Thursday and part of
I'riday. The examinations, lwth written and
oral, were throughout well conducted ami of
the most satisfactory character. The cxamina
lion of the ancient history diss was especially
meritorious and highly complimentary to both
pupils and teacher. The examination of
Thumlay Included Trench, I.atln, algebra,
arithmetic and spelling, and during Friday
forenoon classes in Lnglish history, geometry,
English literature and ancient history were
examined. At the close of Ihe exercises, tcs
timonlal of scholarship were given to Lliic
Dowsett, Victoria Weber, Madge Wallace,
llclli Woods, Nettie Lo'vrey and Belle Puller.
Miss Welr, Miss LMie Mist and Mis Maude
Benson hive finished their studies v.ith this
term. At the close of the exercises Mrs.
Wallace made these young ladies .1 short fare
wellpeech, expressing her warmest nloln, and
presented them each with a neat memento in
Ihe shape of an artistic scarf pin, bearing the
inithls of their teacher and the date ISS5
1 he htcrar) and musical exercise took place
ycslcrdiy afternoon. The stage of the school
room was beautifully decorated with ever
lircens and flower. Quite a number of the
friends and relatives of the pupils were present.
The programme consisted of piano solo, com
positions, recitations and dialogues. The
exercises were well carried out under the di
rection of Mrs Wallace. Among (lie many
excellent performances Way be mentioned, as
especially good, the composition on Spring,
by Miss Victoria Weber, which was written In
a poetical style, which wis very complimentary
to that joung lady ; a composition entitled A
Letter from a Little Girl, by Miss Louisa
Voss i a recitation entitled farewell to Dolly,
by Miss Madge Wallace 1 and a really funny
farce entitled A Uice for a Dinner.
July 25th., Honolulus vs. Married Men.
August 1st,, Married Men vs. Oceaaics.
August S1I1., Honolulus vs. Oceanic.
August 15th., Married Men vs. Honolulus.
August 22ml., Honolulus vs. Occanicsl
Augusi 29th,, Oceanic vs. Married Men.
September 51I1., M.nrted Men vs. Honolulus.
September 12th., Oceanics vs. Married Men.
September 19th., Honolulus v. Oceanics.
Ihr Mi iMrts I'rlrntl
The grounds and residence of Mr. and Mrs.
V.. C. Dimuu, on the corner of Beretania and
Atapai streets, were lively with an unwonted
throng last Thursday afternoon and evening.
The occasion was the- annual election of the
Strangers' Pricnd Society, of which Mrs.
Julia M. Damon has long been the honored
president ; and which recently lost its first
vice-president and its secretary by the death of
Mr. C. K, Bishop and Mrs. Lowell Smith.
The election largely a re-election- took
place in the afternoon and resulted as follow i
Mrs. Julia M. Dunon was fe-elcctcd piesi
dent ; Mrs. J. S. McGrcvv was re elected
second vice-president s Mr. Sereno Bishop
was re elected treasurer. Mm. Alexander
Mackintosh, the first and only former directress
of the society, was inomolcd to be first vice-
president j Mrs. II. M. Whitney was elected
secretary and Mrs. Mar) Dowsett directress.
In the evening, many "friends and a few
"strangers" oincd the members of the society
and an exceedingly pleasant evening was the
Mr. 11. C. Damon, Mrs. S. M. Damon,
Mrs. Miry Heckwitli and Mis. Frank Bcck
witb received the guests. Mrs. Cruzan and
Mrs. II. C. Damon sing Mr. Prank Heck
witli pla)od. Refreshment were served during
ti ir. r. r. r.
The Women's Christian Temperance Union
held its regular month!) meeting at V. M. C.
A. Hall last Thuisday afternoon. The attend
ance was small owing to the fact that some of
the leading members of the union are on the
other islands engaged in temperance work
The jjniori tcport lint jhe good work for
sobnet) and industry is progrcsiing most
favorably. 'I he society is cngigcd in distribu
ting temperance tracts and song ; as uiiny as
16,000 will be scattered over the islands. The
society has also decided to procure sets of
cruris, illustrating the effects of intemper
ance upon the human system, to be used in
temperance work for the natives. Temper
ance meetings will be held in the nilivc church
at Waikikl every Monday afternoon at two
o'clock. The society requests that those ladies
who speak native will make it a point to be
present at these meetings where so much good
can be done. LectQrcs on temperance will be
delivered on Sunday evenings at both the
native churches in Honolulu. The society
is very anxious to have its membership
increased and cordially Invites the ladies of
tl.twaii nei to join, in order that the cause of
tempciance here n) be pushed to a fuller
Tif I'nilOhlt T.ltrrnrw Clrrlr.
This organisation has been in existence some
tiiiu In the Tair city of Honolulu and ha at
last attained a local fame which deserves local
notice. The exccntrls genuises of all age
hive always made It their custom to gither at
some public house and hold literary debits
where smile the household gods. Following )f
ancient example the Post Obit Clubmcets every
Sunday morning on the veranda of the Sara
toga House and discusses the trait anil foible
of past authors and the relative merits ol their
varlou works. The name Post Obit is
taken from the fact that the club diicime only
the character and works ofiV.i, authors, a
judlciou and becoming modesty allowing the
live author to ripen his egotism unmolested.
This allow loci! aspirant for fame to heir
their prcdeccwrs ibused and criticised with
out themselves undergoing a well deserved
damning with faint praise. The lenlin light
of the Post Obit Club are well known in Bo
hemian literary circles here. The president
of the meeting generally open the di:ussion
with a well timed criticism on the moral quail
tics of the Byronic School of poets, which I
alwi)s followed by a modest anal)slsof some
fine piece of Trench or English rh) me by the
gifted poet-larlat whose fine btlladc on A Dude
My Iivcr, A Dude, appeared in the Press
three weeks ago. The club expects to secure
for lecturer the best ability of the Islands. It
has already been proposed by some of the
member In ecure, It possible, a critical lec
ture by the talented literary prodigy of the
Advertiser, who was the first and last to
discover tt.e garish brilliancy of Dr. Prankle
Cowan's little poem on a great subject. The
only tests for membership are that the appli
cant shall be able to repeat the alphabet bick-
wards and read half a dozen poem by our
local poet without swearing. The latter
condition lias been wisely made by the club in
order that the number of members may be
confined to the half dozen veranda chairs Mr.
lr llnno l'tttittro
!IONOt,ui tr, Ju'y 18, 1SS5.
There Is no change to tepott this week in
business circles, commercial activity being one
of the pleasant memories of day pavt and
gone. The de pirture of the Mariposa on the
Ijlh, for San Francisco, has been the principal
event of the week. She took quite a number
of passengers and a fair cargo, mostly of island
produce, valued at $169,240. The Julia
Ford also sailed for San Francisco on Monday
last with a cugn of stigir valued at $3o,ooo.
The other departures for the week embrace
the City of S)dney for Ihe Colonies, the Mount
I.clinnoii for Hongkong, and the Loull IX for
The arrival during this period have been
lew, the Eva from Humboldt, the City of
Sydney from San Francisco and the Potto from
Newcastle, .N'.S.W, The CltyofSydnc) brought
dates to the 4th Instant, but we learn of no
change in the market reports alTecting our prod'
Auction business jlils week has not pre'
sented any specially attractive fcatutei. To'
day nnd on Monday next Mr. E. P. Adams
will offer a number of parcels of desirable real
estate, situate in Kau, Hawaii, and in vatjous
pins or this island.
The Kotoa Sugir Company has declared
another dividend tin week the fourth for this
season of 12 per cent., $120 per share.
Vessels Expected Iron foreign Ports.
llosTOS, AmbkAMV 1 uicikk..,., Ntwcll
DuAHuil 1, C l!rewrr& Co, Aeh!.
I.UIHWIL, IMt Ik JCMTtn .1
Due July 1-15 1 Agtnts
OCAsilow, lltULV bizzia ImdUk....;
To saiI un. F, A. cliafr & Co , Agent.
Nsw Votlc Am Lie MAKrilA Davis.. ..... .Ilensoi.
Due (Jet. tsas. C Ilrener & Co., Acents.
Dkl-ABTLRU Hay, tk FSliioMrsoN... ... .Cotter
Saw FasNctsco, Am. blunt W. II. Mxrxi ..Paul
Due July 15.
Ssk I'iiancisco, Am. LstneLo-rsvKCO,.. ,, Couiins
Due July .6
n 1'rancisco, Am. lAtne DicovaRV,.,...I'errInian
bv 0-1 kv, lint nl ttALANOlA.........,.,,.Vet.ber
Due August j.
For Windward ports and the Volcano tier (
stmr Kimvi, Tuesday July 14 II Johnson A.
wi, .11 k 101c ft wl, II U Itotictts, l .11
Laiciare, Rev I Hemphill A wl. . F Till
den. For Hi lo and way port, Ale Voiing
Sr, 0 V William. Capl S Nnwlrin, Hon J
I. Kaulukou, Master S Kaweweld, ( I' Kami
uolia, P Pahli, S F ChilllngwOrth, Hon Sam
I'a.ker & svt, W II Cornwell, W King A
Inghler, P W llardv.J Stupplebcen.C; Unite,
MisM Atkinson, Mrs Cooke & son, II G
Treadway, C Sncyd-K)nncrs!ey & wf, P Jones
eh, P A Dia, Miss E Green, J F Gitlillan,
N Kruger, Capt Harrison & nf, 9 Chinese A
li deck. '
For San Francisco per stmr Mariposa, Wed
nesday, July 15 Prof Martin Kellogg, Wm
D Armcs, Miss Lottie Alexander, II It Hitch
cock&wl, II N Castle, C Brogiie, T K
Moore, W D Alexander, Ir, Ml M
Muck, Mr B N Wlngate & 1 ch, P C Jones,
Ir, Miss Ida Jones, Miss Mary Dowsett, Alex
Dowsett, K (' Washita, C W Baldwin, F F
Gross, C E C'hanin, I.slc Dickey, Miss A M
Payson. Mrs O C Swain, Mrs P Oedlng & ch,
M Griffith. Miss M Ho)t, Mr C I) Kin
ney, II F Glade, J B Atherton, T Forest, M
M Mai, T Goll, G W H)mngln, J Neory .t
wf, J L Rosenberg, GC Stratcmcyer, J Hal
lldiy, Geo Camp, E D Cole, Mrs J Marsden,
W W Dimond. Mrs McLauchlin. E II Slaee-
pole, J Made &. 7 cc, J tie Mlva, P Cosfa, C
Brown, G Illoomingbcrg, J Forstn, A Cabatl,
Mrs M Mead & ch. G Zllclcr. A II Mitchell,
J T Murray, A Morgan &. son, J Ludwin, C
llovscn 1 2 llilncc.
For Kiual, jifr stmr Plinter, Wednesday,
July 15 - V knudscn, Misses Knudscn (2),
lit Itciirt McOrcw, Kcv O P Lmerson, lion
W E Rowell, ColZ S Spalding, Judge J
Hardy, Mr D Dean and 2 children, W L
Hard), Dr J K Smith, Norman Hul
belt, J Kamalcuni, E E Cnnant, J Sherman,
Ml A Riemc-nschneidcr, P N Makcc, Hon W
II Rice and 75 deck.
Miig is.atakau.1 con
base after tbr strikes, one of which wasltlnues Hon. C. K. Bishop as vicc-ptesident
l,0 Queen HoJnittil,
The biennial meeting of the Queen's Hos
pilal Corporation was held xt the government
house on the 9th of July. The treasurer's re
port shows the total receipts for 26 )ear to be
$3SS,403.SS, against $358,153.83 toul dis-
burs:mcnts for the same period, leaving a
balance on hmd of $250.01. The ecretar)'s
report shows that during the' List two years
335 Hawaiian and 563 foreigners, making a
total of S9S patients, have been admitted to
the hospital ; that the number of dispensary
pallcnts treated free of charge during the
biennial period has been 4,250 ; that llS
deaths occurred, which is an average of about
12 per cent, for the two j cars ; that the hos
pital expenditures for the biennial period have
been $55,403.24. Of this sum $e,,ooo was
paid tu foreign benevolent societies und $17.-
435,20 was collected Irom foreign yoticnls.
Mr. J. II. Fisher, second corporal of the
Honolulu Rifles, his tended his resignation
The exhibition military diill of the St. Louis
College company will take place at the closing
exercises of the school next Friday afternoon at
Gaptain Aldricii requests that all members
of the Honolulu Rifles who are in arrears will
settle up at once so that the exemption list of
the company can be returned to the assessor.
The Honolulu Rifles hive concluded to hold
their tires parade and ball at the clo,e of this
month. The affair will probably take place
on the 30th iniiint at the Central Park skating
All who lure printing to do, In red or in
black or in blue, or other conventional hue ;
take notice, and never forget, tint the Press
office is limning vet the place of all places to
get the best, the most natty and neat, at our
shop, 29 Merclnnt street.
Wc call attention to the new advertisement
of Mr. G. J. Waller, of the Metropolitan
Market, in our present issue. In consequence
of owners of stock having reduced their prices
for cattle, Mr. Waller is enabled to do the
same for his customer, and by dealing with
him the public may be assured of having the
very finest meats from the Refrigerator at as
low prices as at any other establishment in the
)oung mm went to see hi darling Kmma
and hung her to his heart before the cheerful
gralc. Enter six-foot father, a man of few
woids and prompt action, with a strong dislike
for )oung men. Not seeing very well in the
dim light of the room the father asks " Who
here?" Thinking to be laconically wilt), the
oung man responded, " Em-I-gratc." With
unmistakable meaning the old gentleman
veiled, " I'll give ) mi two minutes to emigrate
and shut the gate," and history has it that the
oung nun made the time with a minute to
spare. The sequel to this episode was that
this v,oung couple ihpcJ the first chance they
got, went to housekeeping nnd purchased a
supply of groceries and provisions of Messrs.
II. E. Mclnt) re & Ilro., corner of Fort and
King Streets, including one of those West
phalia ham imported direct from Germany by
stcarir ami nil, rv,t- .forgetting an icssnrt'i.f nt
of their fresh canned goods and fresh roasted
and ground coffees, a sacII as teas and the
thousand und one other articles in their line.
Prime butter and cheese a socially.
Radical eloquence from the pen of M. de
Cortnenin in the Almmich Populairc of forty
) cars ago: " W hat is a budget ? A booV. which
crystallres the tears and sweat of the people
into gold, n book which fringes with silk and
gold the mantles of the ministers, which feeds
their champing steeds, which strews their
boudoirs with luxurious cushions, and spangles
the costume of ambassadors !" What was true
forty )cars ago is true to-day, and probably
will be as long ns the world lasts. To get
relief from such sombre thoughts visit
the art store of Messrs. King Bros, at No. 87
Hotel Street and inspect their line of elegant
pictures, chromos, engravings, photographs,
etc. This firm make a specialty of making to
ordi-r at short notice, picture frame in great
varirt) of stvlcs, and all st)les of cornices
having a fine assortment of mouldings alnajs
in slock and giving their personal attention to
making tbcin in an artistic manner. Pole cor
nice in ebony and polished black walnut with
fixtures all complete also patent curtain
fasteners, wall pockets, paper and letter racks,
hat and clothes racks, picture cord, gold and
silver wire, picture knobs, hooks, etc. Also a
a large variety of cabinet celebrities, stere
oscopic views, stereoscopes, graphoscopes, etc.
Merchant Vessels Now tn Port,
Ilk 1'OlirST tjLGEN.
Hatne V.j. Uwin..,
Steam Navigation Coinp'y,
St tnr. '. (I. Unit (MnluUtni)
nTLi .... iitii.M nt. ... .. ..Cumimnd'r
t run rtatularly o MaaUea, Maul, and Kotia anj
St at met
,...,, ,,,,,,. Com mAnUer
For San Francisco, per bk Julia Ford, Mon
day, July 13 13,991 bags sugar. Domestic
For Sin I'rancUcisco per stme Mariposa,
Wednesday July 1524,727 bigs sugar, 3,Sjo
bags rice, 1,9(7 bnchs bananas, general mdse
and Island produce nnd one big ol coin con
taining $2,463. Foreign value, $2,891; do
mestic value, $169,240.68.
By Little and Little will be the subject of Mr,
Cruzan's Sunday morning sermon, and The
Men in the Fire, the subject of the ev ening ser
vice. All are invited.
(.eaves every Tuelay at 5 F. M for NawlliwtN,
Kotoa, Lleela anil Walmu. I(minln w,l I-.,-Nawitiwili
everr Saturday at 4 r. v., arriving- at Mono
ulu, e.erv Sunday at 3 A. II.
Frkkm am ,,,,,, ., ...Commander
Will run regularly 10 llamoa. Maul, aid KuVut
he!e. IfonoVaa and Paauhan, Hawaii.
Stcitmcr V. It. 7.to;i,
Regular Cash Sale !
ON THURSDAY, JULY Krd,
ax to A. M 1 11 our S-itcirootn. wilt t kU t auction,
tmv oootH, cr.ortiiNU, ousswakk,
ruy.SU OKOCKKtt-N, MANtLUA CIOAKS, r.
aio, a loror
.ro.v.f . r.Krtcr,
t5j .1 ttrffoi-ifcrJ.
tat a vet every 5tuTUy t S
OaNu, nivl HinileUnri KlUi
A M. for WaUrut,
eave-i 1 analr. even Tjevliv at i r. M.. antl touchlnrf
at WnlAltta anj WaUnae WeJnewAT , 4ml arriving at
Honolulu tame ilay at 4 f. m,
Steamer Jamc 3fahrc,
VVrir,.. 1 MiiMtiitMiiMtMi ., .Cotmmn-Jtr
Will run reguUrl) to Kauaa. Kauai,
Xrtf limit tn fA VntcrtHO.
Through 'HcVet lo tfio Vpfcan? and return cm now
t had at thu office of tht Inter LUiid Steam Naviii.
lion Cv. TtntrltU and others Icattiitf Honolulu per
MeQiner MV, 0, Hall' will U Unded at 1'unaluu,
where a finst-tUn Hotel ii now opened for the Accom
modatlon of traveler; theme by Railroad to l'ahila,
thence by .Stage Cuacli lo Hatf-way Home, where
' fortes and Guide will be In Attendance to convey
them to Ihe Volcano. t
tly ttm route, the round trip can be maJe In 7 day.
Hi vi nc t ia and a nirflit at the Volcano.
rickcl tor the round trip, includes Coiivc)ancc,
Guides, Hnird andljodclnif, $tCo.Oo.
For further particulars inquire at the office of Inter
f.l I C. i.I .1 t.. If ... .!..!..
I ciaim oicbiii ti TiaT,uuii wv f iionuium.
ENA, T. K
Hy mder of I. A ThuMton. Guardian of lla pro
pTtyef Joeph Welch, a minor, athtif under authority
of the Supreme Court, wt will sell at public auction, at
our Sale trtwtn.
.TUL.Y aiHt, 18S,
AT II O'CLOCK M , ALL THAT
Certain Piece of JAimt-
Situate lo Hauhautol, Kajatama, Honolulu, descnbeJ
tn Ko)al I'atcrft 451I lo kulut, and con
laining an are, of )i acre.
The Land is fituate inauka of King Street, hat-k of
the tiMjnites lattly owned by S. K. Kaal, and hat
TWO BUILDINGS UPON IT.
tl li part Kula and liirl Talo Und.
t V Title tl guaranteed perfect. Kor forther parti
cular Inquire ol I A. 1 hur.ton, S Merchant Street.
Teriui, Caih De ate at Ihe can.e. cf purchaser.
LVOXN Jt LHTKi;
Saturday, July it
Stmr Kinan from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr C K. Ilishop from Waianac and Kauai
Stmr aincs I Dowsett from MoloUai
Stmr I unlaid from Ilainilttia
Stmr Lehui from I Inniaktia
Stmr Mnkolii from Mulnkai
Schr Hob Hoy, from Koolau.
Schr Kawalani from Koolau
Sell Monuokavvai from Koolau
Tern Kva from Humboldt Ilay
SuNtiW, July 12
Stmr Planter from Kauai
1' M S S City of Sjdney from San I'ran ico
Schr Waimihi from I.iupahochoe
Sch Kainliow from Koolau
Schr Ka Moi from I-aunahochoe
Schr Waioli from Mahko
Tuesday, July 14
Sch Mary Foster from Kauai
Wkuneway, July 15
Schr Waiclnt from Kauai.
Sch Mokuola from Kvv 1
Sch Mile Morris from Uva
Thursday, July 16
Schr Mary Foster, from Kauai.
Schr Waioli, from Mahko.
Schr Wailele from Mahko
Friday, luly 17
Stmr Yamashiro M.iru frnni Mdui and Hawaii
Schr Kmma from Oluwalu, Maui
Schr Mile Morris from Evva
Saturday, July 18 -Stmr
Mokolii from Molokai .
Stmr J I Dowscttfrom Mojokal
Schr Valolo from J'cpeckedand Ililo
III: Forest Queen from San Francisco
Stmr Lelma from Iiamakua
Stmr V G Hall from Maui, Kona and Kau
Stmr Kilauea II011 from Hawaii
The schr Wailele from Maliko brought 1,351
hags of sugar Thursday. She will sail again
for Maliko next Mondiy.
Judge Judd has decided that Queen I'mma's
will shall lie admitted to prohitc.
The bk Forest Queen is off port os vvegoto
LECLAIKIV-At I.EN-At I'alamijulv nlh.t.yRcv.
It. tl. 1'arVer. Mr. Le Claire, thief officer of steamer
lualam, lo ,vils l ucy Allen. ,
ILDERS STEAMSHIP CO
ROUTE AND TIMB TABLE
TltK K1XA V
Leave ai per followtnir. achedule : Touching at
Lahaina, Maalaei, MaVena Mahukona, Kavraihae,
Lbupahoehoe, lllto anj Keauhoiu
Tuewlav. lulv t,
lueulay. July I4,n. ....
riictdav, Jul) at,.. ...
'Iue.day, July tft, ,,, ,
'lueftday, August 4, .
'tuetay, August n,. ..
'lui-silay, August t8,.....
luesdav. Auirust ac. .
Tuesdaj, September l,..
'luesday, Se lember 8,...
luesday, September ij,...
i uesoay. September aa,
LtVIS-In San Rafcl, Cal , July and, Aliei GullUon,
wife of II. F, Iwis, ol Honolulu, acd it ytars, 7
monthv Lnd 4 dtjs
JULIA In this titv, July tvlh, Sister Julia, of the
bistrrhood of the sacred Hearts
LrCOMTK In this city, July 14th, Lay lirother
Calhsle Le Comte, a native of 1 ranee, aced 87.
tailed on him.
In the fifth inning the Honolulus, made trfo
runs. Billy Moore nude his first and took
leeoM and third bases on errors. Oat went
out on a fly to left field. Hay WoUehouie
was put out by the short stop at first base and
Billy Moore came home. Harry Whitney
made a safe base hit, stole second und look
third on a passed ball and came in before Ciuy,
Wodchouse was thrown out at second (use by
The Married Men were whllevvathej lor the
fourth time this .Uting. Sheldon struck oat
on called stiikes. Wilder had two sttikes
called on him when he Was thrown out at first
base by Hilly Moore. I.lshman look first on
J balls and ttuie to second when Jack Domett
went out on'a calle I strike and walked liild
ward, meditating on the vicissitudes of married
life and the consolations of philosophy,
When the lh " '"V "" In for their
siath inninfj Fred, Whitney was thrown out at
first base by Ihe short stlip. Jlininte Diiwselt
took his first on safe hit lo left field, L'ckcl
made hl tint, but foi ceJ Dowsett oat on second,
Geoi Markham mche.1 first base and stole
to second when Billy Moore went out on a
called strike and noosed the ex-champions.
Ltny went to bat for ye Benedicts and
wm duly retired at first base by Eckel.
Spasctf followed and was thrown out at first
by Billy Moore, and I'arkcr ended the (lining
by hitting a f y to center field,
la dM seventh Inning Oat, of Ihe Honolulu!,
fist out on ny to Parker, Hay Wodchousc
Mate tlvt Mcand man out by tipping a foul fly
it Vm14oo. Harry Whitney wilt to bat and
mate two baw hit wilh a ctoM'nUy on
11 Guy Wodahoute succeeded in
taMUalLhsyiBibJtasit t y
for the next biennial period. Minister Gulick
appointed the follow ing trustees for the en-
sum;; PW '" ! Juv. John O. Uominis,
Hon. A. S. Clojhorii, Hon", I, S. Walker,
Mr. W. G. Irwin and Hon. Curtis I'. laukca.
The follovvnlg were elected trustees for the
same pcruid t Hon. C, K. llishon. Hon. C5.
Rhodes, Hon. S, G. Wilder, Mr. A, J. Cart
w tight and Kcv. Alex. Mackintosh,
After adjournment the bond of trustees
elected the following olficcrs ; John Ii. 1'at),
treasurer F. A. Sohaefer, secretary t M. I'.
Kolitnsou, auuitor, Lxecuiive committee t
C. K. Bishop, A- S, Clcghorn, A. J, Can
wiight. J, II. I'aty and T. A. Schaeftr.
TO - -If, Jf.
0 east for rm t victor'a croon,
Hut snalsHISa lurklof l)oruaMay;
t will not wear Fame's purple crowu,
tille throta me brow twiM-tlh tlui bayl
Earth's pajeancs bring no Jo lo tu.
tf sorroa-foltoiss In their tratn,
1 cannot vslll aol liv. to be
The wicker of m brothes juiiw
In 1842, Rev. William Richards, an Ameri
can missionary, uud Timotco Haaldio, an
Hawaiian chief, went from t'lis kingdom to
the United States and L'uiope ns joint com
missioners with Sir George Simpson to repre
sent this government ra the matter of securing
recognition of Hawaiian Independence from
the United Slates, England, France and other
powers. An nmbrotype of Messrs, Richards
and Haaliho, sitting together, was taken in
I'arlstn 1S13. Tkui amlirotspc was recently
discnvcrid in Iowa, anil a cabinet photograph
taken and forwarded to the Hawaiian Board
In this city. Messrs. J, Williams and Co.,
have just finished two enlarged photographs,
one of each, the features being nearly half life
sire. Too much pr.tiie can scarcely be ac
corded to this work. The two photographs
arc to be seen at Mr, Williams' studio, and
deserve to be visited and admired by every
one intetcated, in Hawaiian liisloiy.
Hand at L'niun Square at 4:30 p. M.
Gospel Temperance I'rayer Meeting at
Bethel Veslryat 7:30 r. M.
Sale of furniture at residence of the lntc
Jacob Fisher, Mhha street at 10 A. M.
The band will play this 1'. M. as follows :
March Roll of the Drum ,,.. Ackennau
Overture Mozart t
Selection Adciia. ...,...
Overtuie A Rosa Festival.
MaaurLa- A ls. Ilucl.. ,
Polka Hie Ontcl Corps...
.....(oewj, ,.. Italcoy
, . .(new) Faut
i Mil',1 UTIIUKH.
Saturday, June 11
Schr Mary Foster for I'imaluu, Hawaii
Schr I'ohciki (at Kukuiu
Stinr Yamashiro Maru for Windward ports
Su.ndvy, July 12
I' M S S City of Sidney for the Colonies
Monday, July 13
Schr Rob Roy for Koolau
Ilk Julia Ford for San Francisco
Stmr James I Dowjctt for Molokai
Stmr Lchua for Kahulal ports
Stmr'.Mokolii for Molokai
Sch Manuokavvai for Koolau
Schr Kawalani for Knclau
Schr Haleakala for 1'cpeel.eo
Schr Hob Roy, for Koolau.
Tuesday, luly 14
Stmr kuiau lor Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Iwalani for Iiamakua, Hawaii
Stmr C R Bishop for Waianae ami lUuai.
Sch Waimalu for II1I0
bch Waioli for Maliko
Sch Ka Moi for Laupahochoc
Sch Khukal for Walalua
Sch Leah) for Hanalei
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
Wednesday, July 15
OSS Mariposa for San Francisco
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Bk Mount Lebanon for Hongkong
Thursday, uly 16
Schr Waichu for Kauai
Schr Catcrina for Waimanalo
Bk Louis IX for I'ort Townsend
Sch Mile Morris for Ewa
Sch Roll Roy for Koolau
Schr Wailele from Maliko
Stmr AValnunalo Irom Waimanalo
Friday, July 17
Sch Mokuola lor Ew
Schr Waimalu for LAupahoehoe
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
Schr Kulamanu for I I.inukua, Hawaii
Stmr Ci R. llishisas for Koolau
1tr ETROPOLITAN MARKET.
C. J. WALLER, - - - 1'ioprielor.
Choicest Meats from'i'iiiuslt Harila.
Families and shipping supplied on short notice and at
Lowest Market Prices.
All mean dclucrrj from this market Hit ihorouijM
chilled iramedtattly after Lilltuz by mearn of a Bell
Coleman Peiuiit Dry Air Krfrutratar. Slnt so
treile J retain all tu juicy iropertle, and i u.irantced
to keep lunger after delivery than freh -killed meat.
lliloniul wai Porn.
Volcano and way Port.
...lllto aiJ way Pert:,
.Volcano and i) Porll.
..flilo and wa) Poiit.
tVoIcaihinnd wcy Port.
. Jlilo and way Port.
.Volcano nd way Port.
, .Ildoatid W4 Port.
1 (Volcano and wa) I'ort.
... . II1I0 and vtav Porlt.
Vclcano and wn Ports.
C. BREWER & CO.,
Offer fur Mile to arrive per
UAltK AMY TU11NER,
from Boston, due
JULV 1, 1S8B,
Tuesdaj, September 30, ..Ihlo and way Portt,
rm: Licit tht,
Daviks,.... .......,.,,.,....,. Com MA NDKR
Leaves .Mondays at 4 t. m fur 'Kaunakakal, Kahu
111!, Uuelo, Itana and KIpahulu ; and for Keanae, Mo
kulau and Nuu every other week. Returning will ttop
at the above pom, arriving back Saturday morning.
For mail and passengers only.
IIIK KILA VISA UO V,
WllSHAKTH .....:... CuMM.NOBK
lata vet regularly for Paauhau, Kohjlalele, Ooka'a.
KukaUu, tfonohina. Laupahochoc, Hakalau and Ono-
McGrKGOR.. .,.,.. CoUMANtlKR
Leaves eadi Monday at 5 r. M. for Kaunakakat. Ka
malo. Pukoo, Lahaina, Moanul, llalawa, Wailau, Pele
unu and Kalaupapa. Returning 1cacs Pukoo Friday
Paauhor lionotulu, arriving Saturday momiirg.
S. (5. WILDfclU, Pres. S. H. ROSE, Sec'y.
WilrJer's SleamsliiD Company.
Franklin Siove Coal In Cak,
Lbls. Crushefl Siisar,
Cnes I raier's Ante Grcaie,
Caws Hoe Handle,
UtiU. No. 1 Roiln,
Can heelbarro ,
Ha Cutters, v
Ha ratkiiig, '?
bbls Wilmington 'I ar,
lUIes Navy Oakum,
Cawthx lard Oil,
(innditone), Iron Safe
HUs. Dairy Salt,
HbU. Cement, i and a in. Ox Uows,
Cases Axe and Pick Handles
f Canal UartuMS,
Btils. Fx Prime Pork,
Cumberland Coal In bulk,
MAX J LA
33IHriOP As CO.'S
U tuiiJ me Lov.'s bilbt rh.tple i vlowo,
tlul pluck each fajui rlower .way, J
t s. til uot wear thy rosy crown
When U must sstther la s day.
Love's pleasures UoU no f harm for in.
If they ferine sorrow, tears snd cart,
I cannot dare uot llvt to be
Ttse raxV.r of in. heart's daspair
Hooolulu, July it, iISj.
At .last Thursday evening's meeting of the
V. M. 9 A. the treasurer ieKrlc) $109.84
balance above obtiealions to Uate. Ttie aiso.
elation, through Rev. C. M. ilyde, Is preoarei
to lurnith Kir tlutnuution tracts In the Japan
Rev. ami Mrs. Alexander Mackintosh will
leave lor the coast by the Zralamlia, due here
August 211 J. They vill cross the continent by
rail am) lake Ihe earliest steamer for England,
Mr. Mackintosh has not been In his native
land U" IS years. 1 1 J will spend much of lit.
time tn England vshh Ills parents who live In
Leicester, county seat of Leicestershire, Uotli
Mr. and Mrs. Mackintosh have numerous
relatives, connections ant friends in England
and Scotland aud their 14 vvccki sojourn
under IlntUh skies will doubtless be exceed
ingly pleasant to them and lo all whom the)
meet. There are so many here to whom the
Christian kindness and social courtesies of Mr,
and Mrs. Mackintosh have endeared them that
we risk nothing in saving that all Honolulu
without distinction of race or cteed will
wish them "a jojous journey and asafe return.'.
Kev. ohn Hemphill wilt occupy the Bethel
pulpit to-morrow morning and Kev, a. K.
Uithou in the evening. Mr. Hemphill brings
a reputation for earnestness and eloquence
'Neat Thursday evening there I which Is as wide at the land of hi adoption
wU be a Cm tatertaiomtat In the mala ball. the United State.
The Illustrated London 'ews of Saturday,
June 13th, contains a page of illustrations of
(he death and luueralof the kite Queen Emma,
The cuts wcru oade from sketches by Mr, and
Mis. J, D. Strong of Honolulu, and arc ac
companied by a blcgraphlcal ikitch of Queen
Emma together wiih a short description of her
death and the funeral, written py Mrs. Strong.
The sketch is an admirably condensed account
ol tin; event, hut Is ambiguous in one partial
lar, leaving the reader in doubt whether the
funeral of the Ute queen took place at night or
in the daytime. The wood cuts show the
house of the late queen, a typical mourner, a
group of mourner In the gatden, Hie coffin
lying in stale and a poitrait of the dead queen.
A null will close at the pu.t-ofiice to-day
for Vanning' Island per Jennie Walker, and
on Monday for Jaluit, Marshall Islands, per
Ke Au Hou. If the Vamasl.iro Maru leaves
on Monday tor Vokohama, she will take a
The vloslng ct-ercisex of St. Louis College,
1 the Kon-htrcet School and the Kov-il School
will take place during the coming wcik and
will be fully repotted in nest Saturday's 1'ress.
The schr Ke Au Hou will sail for Jaluit
morprobabty nest Monday, She expected
to get away to-day but was detained on ac
count of supplies.
The Norwegian bk Eorto arrived yesterday
morning from New Castle, N. S. Vt, with a
cargo of coal. She bas docked alongside
The achr Kularaanu brought 2,096 bagi of
Sac will tail aflaia Mai StoMay.
Fmm Humboldt Ilay tier tern Eva. Satur
day, July tl HI) Wentwunh & wf, AG
Brovvn,T A Anderson, IMcr I'cterson.
From Iiamakua per stmr Iwalani, Saturday,
Julv II WCtaaradt. EDnlan. I K HaMinc.
Mrs T Marsden, Mrs W II Kitluidi son, ids
L Kilhard, Spro.il & 27 deck.
Er'ni llv.alu it Waianae per stmr C K
Uishop, Saturday July 1 1 Mrs HA Wide
mann & svt, Miss A Cleghorn, Master C Her
ger, L Ahuna, J Enrcst& wf, 3 Chintsctic ;o
From Kahului norti rer stmr Lchua, Satur-
day, July 1 -CJeo C Williams, Kev O 1' Em.
irsoiij Miss L Alexander, T A Dickey, P N
Makee, II Ci Treadway, h F Chillingworth,
Miss . Powers, W 1' A llrcvvcr wfch V svt, I
prisoner &71 deck.
Fiunt Windward pitts per stmr Kinau, Sal
urday, Julv It Hon JL Kaulukou, TR
Evans. A II Mitchell, 1'AAkau, W 11 Ship
imn. Miss A Akina, M llopfe, G Thecker, V
A Dias, J I. Ulaidsdt.II, Geo Campion, C E
Cha)itn,G C Aklaa, G I' Kainauoha, S Slumke,
K II Austin, C S Kynnersley, G I) Freeth,
Mrs C F 1'helf.s, J Slupplebecn, E Kruger, S
Ami, J Alau, C Jones, Mrs M Wilson & en,
W F Klioads i: wf. H R Hitchcock i wf, C
K Stiluiun A wf, I)r F S Thompson, Mr 11
Turtou, MisZ Lima, Miss Mabel Sunlcr, 11
A Heen.T C For.yth, & 17a deck,
From Kauai per stmr 1'tanter, Sunday,
July I J-Him W II Rice, Col J S Spalding, J
Sherman, J W llahn, E IKiwsclt, AMcllryde,
Or J K Smith, Misses Hartwcll (Jl.Mr Ahona,
N llolbert & 35 deck. '
Front San Francisco per ttmr City of Syd
ney, Sunday July 11 Miss M Chester, Miss
A i'rase, Mrs A Lsthrop & maid, Mis H S
Anderson, AV E Spcucir, C Nexdoirf, 7 steer
age i; ,( Chinese.
aVsraiarf mi ra.
For the CM.Miies, i-er V M S City of Sydney,
Sunday, July IJ-W lluck, C J E Cavell and
For Kahului and other Maui torts, pf stmr
Lehua, Monday, July 11-Vida Tbrutp, T E
Evans. Miss I Utile Forbes. Miss Maria
Foibes, II BWDtonhatvl wife, C Grove
THE UNI)FUSIONF.I WILL FXEIVE
JiONT-Y Af THEIR SAVINGS
HANK UI'ON TI1K FOL-
I.0W1N0 TERMS :
Ot sums ol rive Hundred Dollars or under, from
oue person. llie will pa) Interest at the rate of five per
cent. ter annum, from dale of receipt, on all sum. that
lll have remained on depoMt three months, or have
been on ilepoilt three months at the time of making up
the yearly accounts. No Interest vslll tc computed on
fractions of dollars or for fractions of a momh.
No interest will be allowed on money withdraw,
within three months from dst. of deposit.
Thirty days notice nius;be iftven at the Uank of an
tntentio i to withdraw any money ; and the Depositor's
Pass book must be produced ut the same ttme.
Nossoneywill be paid except upon the Draft of the
Depo-itor, accompanied bl in. proper I'ats book.
On the first day of September of each )ear, ih.
accounts wilt be made up, and tnterosl on all sums that
sliall have remained on dcpo.lt three rionths or more,
and unpaid, wilt be credited to th. depositors, and
from that date form psit cf the principal.
Sums of mot. lluut Thrre Hundred Dollars will b.
received, subject to special agreement.
T he Hank will be op.11 every day N lt w.ek ticept
Sumly and Ifolida)..
i.i-.vB BISHOP at CO.
No. 34 Fort St., dock Building,
Have received cunttznment ofUc mukt lonoralcal
atiij Valuable Kr J for all k.M. of tiuck, vli r
COOKED IASSEVD MKAL.
Ill the Kicatttt Hrtli former, Milk and Uutttr pro
ducer In luc.
Oil Cvk Mtal khow abut ai Dtr cint cf nutrUIvt
mtir 1 tliU nearly 39 per cnu
10a id, oj im meat equai 14 y iut. 01 oaia, or
ill It. ( curn, at to 77 Um. of wlual Uai,
Alto, our Unrlo'.ed M1XLI) r Kb IX at nrall aa our
usual iurlof the tUkladof
Hy, Oati. Wheat, Cors. Eto , Eton
Which. oiTf-red at the Laweu Market Kalti. and
delivrtcd fret tu any j-ar of the ctiy.
Astuts for the
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co. of California.
Ajcnuf.riW WQOVER TEMl'llONK.
(lumUiloixr vf Uecdi for the Statt of CalifuraU
TEKF.rilONU NO, 147. ,6-i
lu accmvUnct Uh the deIrt of utuiy pairoa, and
t meet the txlgtmei of th timet ibe umlnijnji il
kereafiar render and collect all auntt m ml Lly.
J. M, OU.JK.ACO-,
T (i. THKUil.
I'KKSh PL'lU.ISillNa CO.
1. 1. Wis 4 CO.,
whirr, iow ax,
I RANK UKKT2,
II, (CMclNIYUK 4 CO.
UoMtultt, July 3, lUj- )-96.
New Route to the Volcano I
The Steamear KINAU( Kins Cuinnuiider, will
leave Honolulu on Tuenday, June 13rd, fur Keauhou,
the New Vol w no Landmc, and thereafter upon the
fir it Tuesda) after the armat of the Alameda and
Mariposa, dutrhere the 8th and sand of each montH.
We ofler pa v tiger thkolcm tiwkts for the turn of
FIktv do 1 tAks all cmaki.fs tAUt ; allowinc patten
ger twenty-four huurs' time at the Volcano lluuw, and
retnrnini; to Honolulu on Sunday morning.
ONLV.-OtlitT.tfcN' HILE8 FHOM TMBIITK4MUK lOTHtt
Volcano, over a good rod lew than Italf the dutanca
of any other wute.
On all trips except Volcano trips, the KINAU will
run her reuukf lime table, coin-to Htloand returning
to Honolulu at 10 a. u, baturday. On Volcano inp,
ias&enier frtJin Ijupahocbo must take the itcumcr
on up trip. Paener can remain on board or ttop
ovw at Ililo until Jnday at 9 a. m., a the) thooi,
AU further parttculari given at the ofBce of
WILDER'S STBAMSHIP COMPANY,
Honolulu, June i iB8s. 950 if
Afeiat AtWHiBi paMMOtpvaa.
KAREK'b AMI. NERVOUS FENH0LDKK3
RubUr Holder, Cork HoUen, Ivory and Coay
Holder gUd Rkounted. Iry and Hon
rohlertaJtd Pjpei Cutter, LrTaLU
Erasers Uuuwa'i Velvet Kraatn,
Crytiat Rubber, Kubbeftn wood
MAdl ihuN, 1 aruaJi I ack,
Woe J Proterton, RttUef
w uu m$ tmos. . jrmmvmfM
Uakhamt $twt o Foir Stmbt Stom
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
Coatilnif CotHtnU&lon Ayttts
Cm4 QUhKtffr XUUANU 5rWi, lte:lu
Regular vet! for the poftn ut
MaliV.0 ou Maul,
Laupahoehoe, Honouiu. Paukaa tUaJ HiU w
K0I01, Hanapep arul Walmea on Kauai, and
Walalua on Oahu,
And any uther poru when Induceinenta oflfcr.
Pertonihavlni frelaht for any part of the Inland tu
be forwarded from San Franciwn by way ut UujiOIuju,
or direct ahlpmenti from Honolulu will do wjll t4to
quire first uf the Pacific Navigation Co.( before making
final arrange mentt
Goods Intended fur shipment by any of our vetMtU
received and stored free of charge 1 1 our (ire.proof
budding it tuy tune. Apply to the .aptalits on IVtard,
or to A. r", COOK P.
entf Mattatter PaJfic Ntrlxutoii Co.
White Wood Lumber,
bittern White 1'iiia Ltimber,
Electric & Downer's Kerosene Oil
Ketchup and Codfish UalU,
Cae Clam Chowder,
f uh Cowder and Gherkins
Cases Sauuge iNleat,
Cases Iluckm'a lomato Soup, j -Cac
Huckln'f MkTurtl 5oup,
La uucMiit uk lau uzup,
Buckets, I line Wash Hoard,
Caiei Chairs. Cotton Waite,
Catu letlow Metal bheathinf,
Keg'e ellow M, Sheaihmg N'atU,
ObR Twine, Ualc Uuck.
Hide I'oiwn, Linseed Od,
Cuhch Jtrmvn Soap,
bbls. Mineral Paint,
llsjok Cases, Assorted,
Lxteiulou Top Catrtages,
Cases Curled Hair,
Drums of Caustic Soda.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
We take pleasure in aiutouncinK that, iniliilon to
OUr CoNPkCTlONFICY ANIt CaKK ULIhkSS, WC will
opcnonS.YIUKDAY, APRIL ajth, au
Whlih haa teen neatl) fitted up to meet tht require,
ments of oar trade.
Our Ice cream will be only of superior quality, wade
of genuine cream from the Woodlawn Dairy with
whom ue hate arrangtd to supply us regularly
with pure, cream, which, having frequently te led,
enables us to guarantee a first-lass article, of Ice
crearr cual to that made In any of the targe cities,
Th fallowing varieties of k CaKAM and leas will
be furnished at our opening, and several other varieties,
if our trade will luttil) It.
VANll.UA, COrrEK GLAC,
ORANGE AND STKAWRURUV
Parties Mipplied any da eacept Sunday, lliose
wishing Ice Creart for Sunday most leave their oiders
on Saturday before g r. u , which will be delivered
before to a. u, Sunday. The creanw will be packasl
0 thai lhy will keep eight hours In a first -cUm condl
llou. ' r
Hoping to receive a share of public patronage In thU
tine of our buslnew, and thank tng thtnt f.Y their liberal
favor In the past we retnaUi, re pett fully,
MELLER & HALBE,
13-XM King Ulrtrt Httr Alnktm.
rOR SAN FKANCISCO.
V. BRKWttH COHl'A.W, .Ig.Nla.
al.rctsamliM nc.lv.d Sloraa. Fr. muA liUral e.sk
aajvaoc Dhssl. 0. ahipeiswils tv Ibis Iim.
CITY SHOEING SHOP,
(OHroiitK i)OUiis mmts,)
Hum StNtoi Ii ill its baM
Xne U the moh workuaaeUtke DUtaner.
lasiag Treeaag tkm a if lotelty.
Out Ram IUU nabublt.
Tls. unJnbMd, lus'soe ImsiiIu oiu iIm Ulan o
jmv. jaj.u sMtts v ia .sarr. hsos, VMSbss. Ciieilltl.
aaie laf la. UUrai ixllsa. ltMl w lU Iks. at as
lis. J..W- McStaaaV .., tka kUkaat
Hat just, received per Maripo,
DUPEE HAMS AND BACON,
Cala ChMs., Kilt Salmon lUlliu, Case, Codtsl
Kegs family Beef, twloun 1'ilot iWl.
CrMkeri, TaUe Matsint, Dried Featke,
Uri.il Arkc4, Frunv, Germea
OHlttsjrali Ooml) Honey,
TabU FruUt, laas and f .lliw, family tUur,
WlsaaJ, Corn, PuUloM, Oniona, CaJls,
eta VltciasU Bwaevt aavst atotu rila.
A.,1 ossny btaer aniclcs too uuaMrous lo Clitfn
kkk will U soil al prlci lo suit lb. llmas. M tsaslf
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l.Uikoa. 119. (J4-m1 No, 111 Klnf Sin.
No. U Kim St.. Honcusv, H. I.
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