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Th arrlTaU from abr-wl during tb week, have b-n
fonr. a report"-'! below. th axvtcl f Import by
which foot, up tb lum of say t.u.Ou. The dpartrjr-
ha bo twu. both fir Han t ram two, carry tnR iluiuei.tlc
pr-jdnr. valued at f 'l Wl.C. Anions the I tn port mp
doc 2K bas 1-. The nnantity of a.r exprt-l u
The reveijt f sni:r fptu the ntht-r Inland at thl
port fur Uta wk, op ! thin ruomiiiif. t n ksuet.
We not a eale by aiutinn. on Wednesday lat. f n-mie
200 ban California ot. at 1 .r j er lb.
We call attention to the sale by anrtion atyerttel for
to-day. by Mr. Bartow, of a valuable lot f land near
Our Iateat a.lTl.-e from San FraiK-ivo are to May 27
la renarl to onr Ulan.l staple, we iiote :
Hntfar Beflnery prices: Extra Powilereil. 11 V' " rV
Crnahed Cuba ami t ine rohel. Ur: Kxrra Oranr.Uted.'
ldc; dry lo. loc; OoLlroC.Dr; V.nr- Kxtra C, Jc;
American tefinery fancy extra powder!. IJr; do Mart
poeaC. alltobhu. Hs.lft.bl.. Sc and bxs V -?
inon for all kind.. Hawaiian, ft VvSe
BJct No 1 China. S H j-4 rtl: No 2 do. W.
Mixed China. U 'jovjH vr,; Hawaiian. i;..vv. "5.
Th jlOa of May 2. say.: The clearance yesterday of
th schooner American trl for lionclnln make the
nth Teasel for the Hawaiian Inland In the reent
month to date. The above-named owl lat year cleared
on May 2tt. the alne of her ftrno that date being
il4..VS7, while yeatertlay'a traln waa l ,n. hint e the
1st tsat. the experts, of Merrbandi t the Hawaiian
lIani from San t'ranclwo rearn a Taluaiiuo of tl.VM.77.
atfalnat $1-w.1j1 fcr the corresponding erlol lt year.
ALOSfc THE UII1R1KS.
The Haw bk Hawaii, at TibbeU k Soreuun's wharf, la
nttlng mt for another rriiUe to vcMtatri, for laborer.
. a aefl in abont a week or ten day.
The Brit bk Lady I.ampwn. I di harm a Reneral
cargo, from baa I rani Hen, at the old Cu.-fmi H -u.-.
The Am ach American irl, I at rirw-T k. Cn' wtarf.
diwharxlDK an aMrted raryo. from Hm l'rriri.ro.
The Ant bk Ceylon, i at hrewr Co'a wharf. itiM-harw
Inn coal, ahe will sail for Hongkong on Manila y or Tues
The Am ach Alice, l at Allen A l:-lmn' wharf,
where ahe ha di"bri(-i a raro of lomler. he will ail
for Paget 8mnd to-day or Monday
The Am birtne Kaxarl. haa been aM t Clan Spre k
lee. VJ".. anil baa been withdrawn front the n Kraiwi
ro roate. to be Bttel ont for an expe.litin to the west
ward, for laborera. to eall aoon ; he h ! ked al the I
planede ojipoell" trie Cutrcu Houe.
The Am bk 11 W AIniy. 1 at the li.!aiia.lei..-ite the
Cnatoro Honje.lalin for Han t rannwo. for l.l h jort
bo will aail on Monday or Tueeday next.
The Am bktae rrare Koberta, Ilea Jimt below the Aliny
with her cargo all dlacharsced.
The Am bk D C Murray, la dlw harxlnif a Krneral raro
gt merr hanitixe at the fi of I'ort atrert.
The Jalolt btne Mwolana. arrtveii on Wednesday laet.
from, Jalait. and builo kni at the t'-.t of Kort tret.
ahe left at Jalait the ir bktne Mani la and Jaluit li
Alaaks. anil report that the Jalnlt m tt t urtnue. W allare,
bat aailed. about April '-"J for Marane.
The Am bktne Eureka. U at f il H H d.K-k loa.Liiu for
San Francisco, to aail on Monday.
The Am ach Claua Spret klea, la in the iltftra awaiting
The Haw Wtne Storm l:ir-I. U to be fitted out immedi
ately for another ernlse to the westward, for more labor
er. Mr Taamey late chief officer of the Hawaii. Koes in
command. The P M H ri Zealandia. will be due front San
Fraaclero, on Mnlar. p m with V H Mail.
poet or nouoi.ui.Tj. 11. i.
Jane T Am ecru- American Girl. Backoa, 12 iUja and IJ
honra from Han Francisco
T.Brit tk Lady Lampaon, Mamon, 12 day. If m 8 F
I P MBA City of rydney. Dearborn, from Hydney
8 Am achr Clans iprckel, Von tfebmidt, frem ?n
Frandaco via K.haloi
9 Jalait bvtne SlcoUaa, Jepbaon, M days fm Jalait
10 Am bk DC M array. Dow nee, 13 daya and li boon
from Ban f ranciaco
Jan 12 Am bktne Emma Aagosta, from I'teaUdy.
K.XHV LCI AaaiTED.
Jane 1ft Am x h nosarii. DooKlaa, tioxu San 1 rim l i.
HKI't R ll l r:.
g Am achr Bonanza. Miller, lit Pan Francisco
I BH( Rocket, Ortebar, lur Victoria, B U
ft P M 8 i L'ity of ydoy, Itaarborn, (or San Fran
9 Am tern A P Jordan, Crack, for Humboldt
Veeeele fer Ileaielsilai freaw Ferrlsat lart.
Am bk T f Whiitoo. !fw York, due
Ini ship City of Madrid, Liverpool, Jaly 1-6
Brit ship City of Nankin. Ulajgow, doe Aug S-10
P M 8 B Zealaulia Baa Francisce, doe Jane li-t
Am bk Rainier, Port li amble.
Am ach La tiiroade, ilamboidt, tor Kahahii
Am ach Martha W Tuft, Han Francisco, doe Jane 13-17
Am bktne Ella, Pan Francisco, doe Jane 12-17
Haw bk R O Wjlie. Bremen, doe Aog lb-Si
Am ach Cenl Miller. San Francisco, fut llilo
Am bk Marthar Rideoac, Port Blakely. doe Jane 2S-30
rCGL.1 IX I'ORT
Am bk Ceylon, tlayden
Am bkloe Koreka, Mordberg
Am bkllW Auny, Freeman
Am bktne Grace Roberta. Ulsen
Am bgtne Hazard. Miller
Am miaa bgtne Morning Star, Bray
Haw bgtne Pomare, for tale
Am ach Honors,
Haw bk Hawaii, Whitney
Haw bgtne Storm Bird. T-arney
Am ach Caaco, Colcord
Am ach Alice. Arey
Ralatea ach Vlrid, Caw ley
Am ach American Girl, backus
Brit bk Lady Lampaon. Manton
Am ach C bus Hprecklea. Von gehenuft
Jalait bgtne Nicola as, Jepbsoa
Am bk 1 C M array. Downea
Am bktne Emma Aogiuta. liualady
Reoort of 8 S City of Svdney. D arborn. Commander
Left Sydney May '4Jth. at 3.43 pru. Experience! liRht
was vlmla and fair wetther dniinx the paaaage to Auck
luid. arriving May i"th at lL'JU am. Hailed from A art
land May 2th at 2.17 am., aiul am red at Honolulu J nue
1th at B.AS cm. Had atronK N E and East tradea from
Tatailn with heary aiuaila of wind and rain to this port.
San Francisco Arrived May 11 Aiuetm Ctosxie Telfair
Bntier. hence April 17 Am bk J w hearer. Jietanier.
.. reom Hilo- 1 P MUD Zealandia. Chevalier.
hence May 10; ill iisw bk Kalakana. Jenks. hem e April
OS- 1 Am ach Martha W Tnft. Johnson, hence April 2
21 Am bk Amle. Bandberg, hemre May 4; 21 Am bktne
Ella, Brown, hence May a ; 22 Haw bk Mat tie Macleay.
boig. hence May 2.
Poet Towmaend Arrived Mar iJ Am bk Jenny Pitts.
8irl. hence Atirll 2H- 24 Am bk Lizzie Marshall
Denier, hence May 8; 24 Am ihlp Gen Butler, l'.yder
hence April ao.
-ran Kan Francisco, rer Lady Lampaon. Jane M VjXT,
ake flour, lot hardware. (A pkga auar. JtAi case li-juor
400 mate rice. U0 aka potatoes, large lot groceries, prori
.o.. .n.l nnni l aaoda. S bbla mati hwoo.1. 1 horse.
k.o.. nlcrs 1 sow- A H dz fowl. 42 tn brick, lotl bbls
Ume. m shingles, lot grain. Ut dry goods, lluo U W
posts. lXi bales hay, lot raise miiae.
From San FrsucL"o. per American Girl. June n 14:1
pkga liquors. 30O ra coal oil. lot grocerlea and pruviions.
i n .ira iwitmioea. lot ranned Boods. lilei sk floor. 1'mO mats
rice, lot paints and otls. "i4 piacee sewer pipe, 2uu m
ahinglea. lot Iron, steel, hardware and building materials
123 bbU lime, autA) RW posts. 1j10 ft Inmber. U pkg
furniture, lot Chinese provisions aim iiiisc- miw.
Froaa Bydney. per City of Sydney. June 8 to pkca
liquor. 2&i ak potatoes. 1 ball. 7 pkga nUec mdae. and l'l
pkaw in transit a.
ISnn Ran Franclsco-ier D C Murray. June 10 100 ca
eir.il iDkn stationerT.Iot hardware, canned gools.
rhim rroreriea- xot mill rice. 4.-7 Bk potatoee, 50
n k-ik i.mhi noil 'io Dkj fnrnitnre. lrKX) pkga flour.
iruth.i.a li.e I Kot aoecie itlUjO.) 2HO rks lime. 150 m
hlnglee, 800 ska grain, lot provisions nd groceries and
Tor Ban Francisco, per Bonanza. June I
nanr. 47 bbla niolaaaee. IKm val ijy.lVJ.ti.
fan Francisco, per City of Sydney. Jnnen tixw
pkga angar. 18 pkga beU-1 leaves, 100 bag rice, i.jm onens
bananas. Com vai j.u,JJ.Lr
t s.n VrinrUv. cer Lady Lampaon. June 8 L
,V. -i ..... v rielnen. Kmil Utto. MiKSes Ott.
"THMHbord; A D -BotaCr C T H.h. M H Pond. C
Battles Daniel Caaino. Jamea Lambert. Louia Kohn, ami
il Uborera for Hawaiian Agricultural Society.
From San Francisco, per American Girl. June 8 M
Canrrran. Johannes Bomcra. C Faye. H P rye. A Meyont
9 . ci.it. .1... a" r.1 I( 1 a area
Jamea Taylor. Mlaa Tavlor. Miss Kedeker, frank Green,
a J rand and wife. J J Lande. 77 cabin and 0. steerage
ISM 1 elf "
Tr-mi Jalnlt. per Sicolaus, June 10 Mr Moore and
s tlnnth Sea Islanders.
Tot Sen Frandaco. per City of Sydney Jnne 9-Mdlle
Giiyot, Mian BUe Fuller, W T Kirkpatnci.
T LtmpaoD, J FUven, Mrs Bienhardt nnd nnrse. Mr on
urter. A T William. I Crownlnsbnrg. Mw Thompson
2? Ji. Z Franke. H Schu.ler. Chung UrJM llr rt on.
J M Tnompaon. J Brown. A U Spencer and wife. Mrs M
sir. mim D Ienbenr OT Lvon. A H Barney. TV P
Tor AndHenry. J H Frendenthal W P
wk W lia Eackervllle. 11 Nutter. K M DoiikUs, Ah
tw!oa 7iZ OeV Jonea. B Leoy P E;au. II B
Wentworth, Mr. Bobb and daughter. V C.ertz. jr. A
From San Francisco, per V C llnrnr. June 1-H A
fXcoct wife and son. Capt Flemming. V, Bower. Jlrt H
Sort .nrncn.Mu;CB Kirkl.ad. Mr and Mr. S B
itSdUS. P Cldwell. J Ford. J Volrrton. C Buck ey S
Casaimer. W Abbthop, B Smith, F Bower. O Hegard, and
PTCKEBJNG At 6t. Vincent Stiare, London. England.
April Kth. 1SW). Mabt Euzajixth, the beloved wife ut J.
j- Pickering, of Uonolnln.
gv0W-In Brewer. 5fln. C. S. A.. Rev. B. G. Snow,
one of the Microneaian Mission. In his 6ard year.
In this city, on the 7th. Ins, to the wife of Mr. U Way.
- SIaj28.Tbe Port hu set
tled tbe claima or contractors coder the War VI
fice bj giTing tbcm aBaignments opoo tbe tithes
for tbe next jear.
Romi 31T 23. Cardinal Jacobini has been id
.tructed'bT the Curia to inforxa IWia that the
Pope disaiW" of thm vemiaaw jtem m tbe
bUiamendg the May laws, and withdraws the
ncSon made in a trief to the Archbiihop of
41orte reding tbe notification to be made to
? FSGo-ernmeDt of the appointment of
priests, declaring it void.
I Coxstasteiople, May 18.-Alarm has been
orodaced in tbe British community by an attack
.V2 EoglUhman named Barncss, ani two lad.es
ialSnz the subarbs, by three Jlaulman
TobSn armed with knifes. Burness was -evere-K
wSiSd and lies in a precarious condition
yTo?the assailants bare been arrested and w.Il
Xhesftates to sign the death warrant
crfaaSStto Raian Colonel Comeroff.
"nalarY, ar. akinS .trenuou. efforu to
1 SATL'IWA Y. JVSE 12.
Three disappoints! r.oliticians ran the neighbor
ing sheet They show their soreners in every issue.
When a man his sore heal be should not tbow it.
The Gazette ha a labored article undertaking
to show that which i clr enough in the experi
ence of every one, nam.ly, that to have good ser
vants it is necej'i'ary to have a good loader.
Now in regard t the extretuely disquieting ru
mors which for some months have been rife in
this cuiuuiunity an to joepible Cabinet changes,
we think all m-n of w-nse must by this time leel
an assurance that II it Majesty i not intending
to make any appointment (if he should at any
time make Cabinet changes) which will not se
cure the reepect and confidence of the public.
His knowledge of human nature and of men,
and hi experience in the world, amply suffice to
enable him to avoid any eurh risk, as some people
have foolishly imagined that he was contemplat
inz. Ix olk inrfue of April 10th, we spoke briefly of
the liability of our isolated island community to
be gulled by pretentious etrangers, and prophe
sied that we fliould sometimes find that our con
fidence, so hastily given, was mieplaced. Re
cently a case has come to light in which a cha
racter of the kind suggested has been revealed as
a most thorough fraud, who has lived among us
for several months in high feather on false pre
tences. Our article above mentioned perfectly
Cts bis case, as much so at if he had been
measured for it. While the whole affair has its
ludicrous side, and one cannot refrain from
smiling at the eaee with which some of our ap
parently shrewdest citizens were deceived by a
smooth tongue and a specious appearance, jet
others have been ma!e to suffer pecuniarily, and
the result will probably be that, from this dear
bought experience of our citizen, some really
worthy prr4on may herealter be treated with un
merited suspicion and neglect.
Now that the proposed eubsidy for the Chinese
line of steamers has been effectually sat upon by
the Legislature, the next in order is that fur the
Pacific Mail. We cote that in the Budget the
Ministers have aeked for the sum of $24,000 for
this purpose, for the two years, or $1,000 per
month. This sum must appear to be a mere bag
atelle to the wealthy Pacific Mall Company,
which gets hundreds of thousands from the Col
onies in the way of subsidy. It is however quite
a consideration for this small and comparatively
poor government. One thousand dollars a month
expended on our roads, bridges and land
ings, in addition to the sums now doled out
for that purpose, would, at the end of two years,
make a very perceptible change for the better all
over the country. It may and probably wili be
argued, that tbe company desire a subsidy from
Hawaii not for its amount, but for tbe principle
conceded. If that is so, then let it be reduced to
a nominal sum. But in any case, we have op
posed and shall continue to oppose the paying of
any subsidy whatever to foreign steam-ship lines,
as a useless and wasteful expenditure of the
public money. If the eubsidy were withdrawn
to-morrow, the boats would continue to call here
eo long as it pays them to do bo, and our grant of
Si, 000 per month will secure us no greater facili
ties or better accomodations than would be the
case if we paid them nothing.
The item will probably be reached in the bill
sometime daring the coming fortnight.
J. M. Davidson, who resided here and was a
practitioner of law for two years, and is now a re
sident of San Francisco, is the author of an ar
ticle in tbe June number of the CaHfornian, en
titled The Hawaiian Islands." Tbe article is
but a short one of about four pages, and while
the title would lead one to expect something
more about the Islands, only Honolulu and its
immediate vicinity is treated of. The style is
easy and terse, and the writer sees almost every
thing in a pleasing light the people, tbe scenery
and the climate. We note several inaccuracies
of statement, as, for instance, where it is said
that " Honolulu has a population of all races
of about seventeen thousand," which is rather in
excess of the fact ; " After the 9 o'clock bell rings,
the natives mu.it retire; " it would be a good
thing if it were so, in the case of some of the
younger ones : that an invoice of snakes was
brought here along with insectivcrous birds; fcc,
S.c. But these are trifling blemishes, and tbe
writer has an evident aloha for his late home and
its people. We quote one paragraph, which
is a juat criticism :
Many causes can be aligned for the rapid de
crease in tbe Hawaiian race: tirsl. tbe introduction
of contagious and infectious diseases by foreijneis;
next, tbe general attempt by the natives to wear
clothing wbich, trben wet. is never changed and
Hawaiian never avoid rain ; and tbe mom fruitful
cau.e has been forcing upon tbe people a govern
ment and sjstem of laws for which they were not
prepared by any previous educttion, making hab
its and customs long indulged iu. and regarded as
harmless and innocent, misdemeanors and crimes,
punishable by fine and imprisonment. These
things broke tbe spirit of the people IMore tbe
adoption and enforcement of such laws, the people
should have been prepared by education to look
with proper discrimination upon the wtaa prvhibita
ot the penal codes. When Solon was asked it be
bad given his people tbe best possible code of laws,
be answered. " The best they were capable of re
ceiving." Had the same moderation and wisdom
governed those wfco formulated the laws and gov
ernment of Hawaii, tfcu population would in all
probability have remained undiDiiniDed. -
On the Erst of the present month, & special
message was sent by the King to the Legislative
Assembly, in wbich it was set forth by His Maj
esty that4 the intercuts of the country demand a
further and more permanent establishment of our
intercourse with China," whieb, it is held, "will
add a tenfold resource of revenue and profit to our
country ; and alluding to the memorial of C. C.
Moreno, Esq., on behalf of the China Merchants'
Steamship Company for a money subsidy of $18,
000 per annum, the message concludes by recom
mending the memorial to the consideration ol the
Article 31 of the Constitution says ; The
person of the King is inviolable and sacred. His
Ministers arc responsible." Wc must therefore
hold that the views and sentiments expressed in
the Royal Message on the question of a subsidy
to a Chinese line of steamers, and on the import
ance of opening up a more permanent and extend
ed intercourse with the " Flowery Kingdom,"
are those of the Ministry. It is needless to say
that we deeply regret this evidence of tbe forget-
fulncse, or lack of appreciation, on the part of
Ministers, of tbe true interests of the Hawaiian
people, who, while in danger of nameless ills
from the Chinese already here, will most assured
ly be utterly swamped as a nation if the door for
Chinese immigration is still farther opened. This
it will be by the establishment cf the proposed
line of steamers, wbich we are modestly asked to
subsidize to the amount of 18,000 per annum.
Tbe report of the Committee to whom was re
ferred the message and the memorial, brought in
on Wednesday last, treats the subject mainly
from a commercial view, without any reference to
the special interests involved of the Hawaiian
people. However, it is satisfactory to know that
the Committee are very emphatic in their disap
proval of the proposed eubsidy, and that their
report was adopted by a large majority ol the
One peculiar circcmstance will be noticed.
The report is signed, as a member of the Com
mittee, by Ilia Excellency the Minister of the In
terior, who is thus apparently at issue, on this
point, with tbe rest of the Cabinet. The report
is so unanswerably sound in its arguments and j
c"ear in its statements, that we herewith publish
it in full.
To the 1 1.x. Charlie K. Bishop; ruiitEvr
or the I.KfjisLATivE Assemblt : Your Special
Commit'.?' t" whom was referred tbe Memorial of
Ce!s I'a-'jr Moreno, Esq , special agent of the
China Merchants Steam Navigation Company,
praying thai this Assembly should vote an ap-proprioti-n
of 818.000 per annum as a subsidy
to be paid said Company in consideration of their
making this port a stopping place between China
and San Francisco with their steamers have ful
ly considereJ the said memorial, and have tbe hon
or to report :
Fikst Tii-tt the arguments used in the memori
al as to tit.- extensive exchange of products that
could and would be brought about by a line of
stamers. cjunot b proved by any fair reasoning,
kut the contrary.
TLe Hawaiian products are not wanted in Cbina.
We cannot ship sugar or rice our principal ex
ports nor do we wish Cbina to send us these same
All tb figures from the Customs ebow that our
exports to China are very small. The year 1879
ebows but 931 as tbe value exported to ibat
A line of steamers with constant communication
might force more imports, upon which we would
receive a duty, but it must be remembered that
all imports must be paid for in coin, and gold coin
or its equivalent, we producing nothing tbat Cbina
will take in exchange.
It is certainly wiser that we buy of those who
buy of us. Again, if tbe time has come wben we
should increas by a monied subsidy the facilities
fir communication with California, over what we
have al present, let ua look towards a home line of
steamers, vessels under tbe Hawaiian flag, owned
or partly owned by our own citizens, and who
will ii-ljute here tbe amount of subsidy paid
them, and not add to tbe Treasury of the
World ' any of Hawaii's earnings.
Our relations with America are ol tbe most
friendly nature. Our treaty has added to tbe com
merce of both nations. Our trade with the United
Stales incraes daily. They take from us all we
can produc' ; they give us back tbeir products in
exchange. They are interested in two lines of
steamers ih.it this line would necessarily be in op
position to. and any assistance rendered by us to
estubli-li a iine of steamers in opposition to our
fri'Tids would be unwise in tbe extreme.
Our int. re-H are wub America, and it behooves
us to make i-rery effort to sustain tbeir interests,
t- itin the good-will of every commercial citizen
of tiie country tbat takes our products. all we
can expect. and gives us back what we require
of tbeir products, and pays us in gold for our bal
ance. We consider tbe answer made by His Majesty's
Cabinet to tbe Memorialist, as liberal as should be
a-ked or expected.
We therefore, under all tbe circumstances, rec
ommend that this Assembly do not vote a subsidy
to the China Merchants' line of steamers, and that
tbe memorial be returned to tbe Minister of tbe In
terior. Jno. L. Kaulukou, Sam '1. G. Wilder, Godfrey
Rhodes, G. W. Pilipo, and J. L. Hannna.
Per "American Girl," June y.
London, May 13. One steamship company
will this week send out nearly 4000 passengers.
Several lines are obliged to put on extra steamers.
The demand for accommodation at Queenstown
greatly exceeds the supply. The companies which
sold tickets in advance are compelled to pay de
tention money to emigrants awaiting tbeir turns.
Twenty-two steamers have already sailed this
week with passengers for tbe United States, and
four more will follow, besides Beveral freighters.
The Globe says: We understand that in view of
the complications with China tbe Russian Gov
ernment has telegraphed authorities beyond tbe
Ural mountains to place all strategical roads in
condition for the passage of troops and stores. A
half million of roubles have been assigned for im
proving the highway from Orenburg to Central
London, May 14. The cost of the Afghan war
is i ow confessed to be upwards of 13,000,000,
and will probably be more.
New York, May 14. The Herald's Madrid dis
patch says: In answer to the interpellation of
eeveral Cuban Deputies in Congress, the Secre
tary of the Interior and Minister of the Colonies,
Romero Robledo, has declared that tbe Govern
ment is fully aware that a conspiracy is on foot
and in active operation in various Provinces of
the Island, and tbat it permeates the different
classes of society. Captain-General Blanco pos
sesses ample means, and is invested with full
authority to preserve tbe tranquility and defeat
the efforts and intrigues of tbe refugees abroad.
He admitted tbat precautionary measures have
been taken against tbe Creoles who are living j
i,, nn,!-. on.;!! ; ;,f.,o ,"
"-"-' r " " ""us "
decision of the Governor-General of Cuba, by
whose orders several hundred Cubans have been
domiciled in the peninsula. As a matter of safety
these will be quartered in tbe city of Cadiz and
in tbe Balearic isles. This course has been decid
ed upon in consequence of the recent escape of &
large number of tbem to France and tbe United
Washington, May 23. William E. Chandler.
Senator Blaine's confidential friend and chief
Washington Lieutenant, this evening sent the
following despatch to J. T. Clarkson, editor of
the Iowa State Register:
"The best and mo6t reliable estimate that can
be made this evening, gives, on the first ballot at
Chicago: Blaine, 305; Grant, 289; Sherman, 105;
Edmunds, 35; Washburne, 12; Windom, 10; or
289 for Grant to 467 for all others. This estimate
is based upon 15 votes for Blaine from New
York, and 18 from Pennsylvania, but none from
Ohio or Illinois. Of the 20 contesting delegates
from Illinois, elected by tbe strongest Republican
Congressional Districts, 14 are for Blaine and G for
Washburne. I have little doubt that the result
will substantially" verify the above estimate, and
that Mr. Blaine will be nominated on the second
ballot. W. E. Clundlee."
Chicago May 22. The Tribune's Galena
special says: The Gazette, whose writer is a per
sonal friend of General Grant, will cublish to-
uiuuun a lunciuiuk uoujjug fcuo tuiicub IbCUJ
that G. W. Childs, or tbe Philadelphia Ledger,
has information that General Grant will order bis
name withdrawn from the Chicago Convention.
He says that neither Childs, nor any one else, has
authority to make such an assertion. General
Grant's name has never been before tbe public as
a candidate by any word or act of bis own, and
he most certainly will not order bis name with
drawn. A very large class of the American peo
ple have chosen to make him a candidate, and if
the Republican Convention sees fit to tender him
the nomination he will not decline. The writer
knows this to be a fact, and publishes it because
it is well for the Republicans of the country to
cease to hold the matter in doubt.
Paris, May 23. The Communists' demonstra
tion, to-day, in commemoration of the death of
their comrades, shot on the 23d of May, 1871,
passed off without any more serious incidents
than the arrest of thirteen persons including one
Prussian and a slight encounter between the
police and the throng.
RACES at KAHULUI, MAUI,
SATURDAY, JULY 3d, I88O.
COMMITTEE OK MANAGEMENT, James Enderton, H.
G. Tread way and II. B. Hales.
SECRETARY. H. B. Hales.
TREASURER. W. F. Morsman.
JL'DGES F Sears, J. L. King and James Enderson.
STARTER. Win. Goodness.
CLERK OF COURSE John Morgan.
CLERK OF SCALES. Mjor M. F. Weeks.
FATROLK JUDGES. H. U. Treadway and W. F. Pogue.
DISTANCE JUDGES Chas. Bailry and II. B. Hales.
In Running Races, distance shall be tn One Mile. 45 yards;
in Two Miles, 70 yards.
In Trotting Rares One Mile, SO yards: in Two Miles, 110
Rules of the ew York Jockey (Ink will be strictly
All entries shall be made under a seal, enclosing .he en- !
trance money, and addressed to the Secretary, Makawao, East J
Maui, before 6 p. m . Jane 23d, lS-0.
No rider shall be permitted to ride unless dressed in Jockey
MAIDEN PLATE. For all horses bred in the King
dom, and owned in and East of Wailuku, Msui. from Jan.
1st, 1SS0, and tbat have never run for a Public Parse
Weights. HO lbs. (10. entrance p p. with f added. 1
PLANTERS' PURSE.-For all horses bred in tha
Kingdom and owned in Maui from Jan. 1st, ISmJ.
Weights, 140 lbs. $10 entrance p.p. with $ added. 2
TROTTING PURSE.-For all horses bred in the
Kingdom to Sulky or Saddle. Weights, 140 lbs. $10 en
trance p p. with i added. 1 Mile Heats. j
FLASH ST A K ES. For all horses bred in the Kingdom :
and owned in East Maui from Jan 1st, 18S0, and that !
have never run frr a Public Purse. Catch Weights. $10 '
entrance p.p. with $ added. Haifa Mile.
SPRINTING. A handicap of 200 yards for natives on- j
ly. $1 entrance p.p. with $ added.
Then rt Race to start at ONE P. M. SUA R P.
all Racea threa horses to enter and two to start.
jU!2 H. B HALES, Secretary
Yesterday, Commemoration Day, was almost uni
versally observei as a holiday n-1 in the city,
which from an early hour was quite deserted and
wore a Sabbath-like appearance of quiet but at
Kapiolani Park, where the races took place, and
where the bulk of the populace congregate! to view
the sports. Those who were cot "horsey" inclined,
enjoyed the day in picnic parties in the valej?, and
there were a number of these pleasant affairs. The
shir ping in the harbor was gaily dressed vita flag?,
in honor of this Hawaiian holiday par ixcellence,
and at 12 noon a salute was fired from tbe battery on
Owing to tbe fact tbat all our printer) (as a mat
ter of course) had a holiday yesterday, ire can only
give tbe following summary of the races it tbe Park.
Running Race, $100. Mile heats, beit 2 in Z.
Chas Lucas' Lalla Iirx.l;h 1 1
E Chamberlain a Treaty , :i 2
H BrtleiEan s Jimmie. 3
Time 1.57 2.07.
An exhibition of trotting by g. s. Kng William,
was next given, T. McLellan driving, aid a mile was
trotted with but oae slight skip, in 2 6.
Geo Apnew'8 Tait hu l l
JltHolt'B Vera -J
Geo Markham s Venus Ii.fd
A i CarrwriKht. Jr's Meepy Jim Uist'd
Time 3.i. 3.Ut.
Venus bad so muh influence over Sleepy Jim
tbat they kept close company fron the start to
distance pole and then retired from tbe field to
gether. In the 2nd aid last heat, Vera broke on
every quarter, very bidly on the rcond. and only
saved distance by one length.
F Vnnd'iibnrK's Mark Tvain 1
T McLellan's Lady McLeF.an 2
Time 1 .3".
Foot Race, $25. 200 yards
Charles BaMwiu 1 1 J C Mnur 2
Two beats were run in this r-ce, the first, in 24 A
seconds, being declared a deai beat between Strow
and Baldwin, although Srow passed under the wire
nearly afuot in advance. Tie second heat resulted in
the favorite winning (?) correct dead heat in 2
H J ARnew's Commodore 2 11
T McLellan 'a Oliver...... 1 2 2
J M Daniel's Controller Ii tauced
Jaiuea Dodd'H Thomia H lUMaui'etl
Time 2.;. 2.41. 20.
This, the event of the day, came very near beiing de
cided in the first heat, Olker being forced to a pace
that even on tbe second cuarter showed a prospect
ive shut out " for all the others. Commodore
was eventually the only one that got on the right
side of tbe distance flag in tbat beat by four lengths.
belped to tbat position t; a judicious running on
the last of tbe second and first of tbe third quarter.
Second beat both horses broke badly, Commodore in
by a half length; Commolcre also won the third
and fourth heals, Oliver leing entirely unmanage
able, breaking all the waj around, while the winner
Chas Lucas' Lalla Rookh
H Bertlemtu's Jimmie
T Pattersdti's Hokulele
The bcrses kept well together on the first mile to
the 3d quarter, when Jimmie took tbe lead and
passed under tbe wire hading, Lalla Hookh being
held in for a good second, which position she kept
to the first quarter, then changing places and coming
in an easy winner.
In the mule race, mih dash, $40, Kate won, and
the 60 purse of tbe ruining race, half-mile dash
was captured by Mark Twain, in 54 seconds. The
boy's purse, 1 mile dasi, was won by Puakelehua,
in 2:03, and the hack rice, same distance, by Baby
Blue, in tbe fast time ot 2 minutes (T).
A Voiiuz man, un 1 mrrirnn, juat nrrivrd
. ii Honolulu, wishes lo get work, willing Co do anything.
Would like employment as soon as possible. Apply at this
umce. juia 2t
Card of Thanks.
AT TIIE REGULAR BUSINESS MEET
iag ol the Honolulu Library and Reading Room Asso
ciation, held at their Room', on the evening of June Eth, it
waa Resolved that toe tharks of the Association are due and
are hereby tendered to the Committee of Ladies who so pen
erously offered their service, in arranging a Fair for tbe benefit
of the Association, and mamged it so pleasantly and success
fully. The Association aim acknowledge with gratitude the
many uvors received from in merchants ol the community
and from tbe public generally, in the conduct or the rair.
H. A. PARMK1.EK, Secretary,
A KECt'LARSEMI.AXXl'.Ui MEETING
r of the Board of Trustee of the Queen's Hospital will be
held at the Koom of the Chamber of Commerce TH18 DAY,
SATURDAY, the l'-ith June, 1330. at 11 a. ra. Per Ordtr.
It F. A. SCHAKFER, Secretary.
A BARGAIN, A SEVEN'-OCTA V E SQUARE
rl AISO, nearly new, w.th all the latest improvements
A rich, full toned instrument, with heavy embroidered cover
and stool, at 31 lieretama street. jul2 tr
A 1'FL.ICATION HAVING
made to me for the settltmont of the boundaries of the
" "' "i -wiiemaioo," suuareii in
! Koolauloa, Island of uahn. notiie is hereby given to all per
sons owning adjoining lands, or being interested in said
boundaries, that I shall hear evidence in connection with said
application, at my olllce, in lonolulu, on WKDNESDAY,
June id. isso, at 1 r. M.
Dated Honolulu, June 9th, 10.
JICn'D F. BICKERTON,
jel2 2t Commissioner of Boindaries for the Island of Oaliu
HONOLULU, June 3d, 180.
'MIOSE WHO M.41 HAVE IVI ONE V ON
M. deposit with us on the 1st day of July next, either in
Savings Bank or on open acount, are hereby notified that
they are expected to make tleir own returns for the same to
me Assessor in their re spectie District.
We are required by the Minuter of Finance to furniith to the
Assessor a list or depositors nth the amount of their balance
in our han'ls on the first Any of July
ju5 t BISHOP & CO
Honolulu Fire Department Notice.
T TIIE A.WU1L ELECTION. IIRM1
by order in the Meihanic Eniine House, t'o. No. 2. on
the 7th inst., the follawing officers were duly elected Engineers
mr me rnsuiog year, ta:
George Lucas Chief Engineer
John Nott i... First Assistant Engineer
James Dodd ..Second Assistant Engineer
CIAS. T. GUL1CK, Sec'y II. F. D.
Honolulu Fire Department. June 8th, 18-SO. It
f Wincli Foi ferule.
A WINCH CAPABLE OK
LIFTING TWENTY TONS
WITl FOI R MEN,
ITsT PERFECT ORDER.
Is ofrred for sale by
Uul2 2t C. BREWER ft CO.
SOLE AGENCY WITH
G- VV. 1YIACFARLANE & CO.
Ex "Eureka" and "Lady Lampson," a choice lot of
Whole Barley and Oregon Oats,
As good, or better, than NEW ZEALAND 0.JS,
A Great TDeal Cheaper,
CRACKED BARLEY & MIXED FEED
Always on hand.
jfUlm LA INK X O.
THE OELINQl ET MEMBERS
-'f totjine to. No. i tesidicr in Honolulu .r,-
"iSTX herst-y noticed that at the last regular meeting
' ol the abort Cotapaov. the Swrrtirr m.
strncied to pre notice Jo all such members that uiile pay
ment of their dots is ma.le tn or before Its next regular cue-H-inj.
they be drciarel a.jpcnded. or expelled, u t com
pacy nay see lit.
XT Th'.y ar also rem-cded tha: the Tax A isessor's List
wiU soon be ma le tip. If the Company is not successful in
c.llectinc their rrral years' bck dav. the anje will be re
ported to the As.-eor, so thai thuie back rears' tax may be
oll-cted ly ihe Collector of Taxes. ANTON E ROs.V,
Honolulu, June 4. Iv). Q-ao lm) r-ccretiry.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
fWMIE DESIRABLE PREMISES ON M'f
A N I VALLEY KOAD. at present occupied by Wm.
Johnson, consisting of a d welling houje with larye parlor and
bedrooms. 1 larje Jininfroom, pastry, kitchen and bathroom ;
a large 2 room cottage (nearly new) ia the rear, and other out
b.as?3, all in good order and condition.
The lot is well planted with fruit, ornamental and shade
trees, and has a large cemented fountain in the centre. Land
title, FEE SIMPLE. For farther particulars, apply to
Or the Assignees, THEO. H. DA VIES, and
jva II. V. SCHMIDT.
A LL PERSONS ARE HEREBY FORBIDDEN
from trnstitt my wile, EKEKELA GOLDSTEIN, she
having left my bed and board without cause. I will not be
responsible for any debts she mav contract from this date.
Hilo. May 2Sth, 150. jui 3t
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
A LARGE BUILDING LOT ON NLITANU
Valley Road, sitcated between the residences of J. O.
tarter and Capt. Mclntyre. extending from the road to be
yond Pauoa river, and comprisine; an area of about 3) acres, in
clu ling several taro patches. Title, Fee Simple.
For particulars appiy to
juo H W. SCHMIDT
VV E HAVE ON HAND A N D FOR
sale a g'Xxi second hand Piano, by Nanus &
Clark. Also, a Collage Piano, by Bros, 1 wood
Sons, suitable for beirinners.
PICKERING 4 CO.,
jua lm 92 King St., opposite J. T. Waterhouse's store.
FOR SALE OR TO LET !
milAT VERV DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
.M. on Judd Street, adjoining the spacious premises of the
Hon. S. U. Wildrr. The lot contains about one acre, with a
large frontage on Judd Street, and is well planted with Fruit
and Ornamental Shade Trees. SEA VIEW, UNSURPASSED.
Government water is about to be laid on. There is on the lot
a dwelling house, containing sitting: room, dinins room and four
bed-rooms; a two story kitchen, with servants' rooms above;
bath house, carriage house and other out-houses Also, a
stream of water running through the lot. Title perfect. For
particulars, apply to CECIL BROWN,
mj 8 tf Kaahumanu Street.
DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR, HONOLULU.
e it K t-iurui.br red thai on Ihe so 111 Day
of May. A. D. ISsO, GEORGE BuWsER of Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, in accordance with Section 3 of an Act "To
encourage learning in this Kingdom, by securing the Copies
of Chans and Books to the Authors and Proprietors of such
Copies," approved on the 31st of December, A. D. 1S64. bag
deposited in this Olllce the title of his Rook.
Bowser's Illustrated Atlas of tbe Islands ol Oahu, Maui,
Hawaii, Molokai, Kauai and Lanni. with views of the princi
ple Towns. Public Buildings, Residences, Plantations, Ac,
Ac , Sc. The rights of which he claims as Owner and Pro
prietor. In testimony whereof I hltve hereunto set my hand and
caused the seal ol Ihe Interior Department to be
affixed at Honolulu, this 25th nay of May,
A. D. 1880.
SAM'L G. WILDER,
my29 3m Minister ot Interior.
fHMIE SALE OF THE ESTATE OP CHAS.
M- KANAINA. deceased, advertised to take place ON
SATURDAY, April 3d. ISsO, IS HEREBY POST
PONED. Due public notice will be given when said sale
will take place.
W. C. PAKKE.
Administrator Estate of C. Kanaina.
Honolulu, March 27th, 1880. mar2T If
TO LET !
NO. 5 Kt'Kt'l
THAT COMMODIOUS COTTAGE
lately occupied by Mrs. John Paty, in Nuuana Vally,
with the furniture. Apply to JOHN U. PATY.royia
A LL PERSONS ARE HEREBY WARNED
Sl against Shooting or Catching Wild Cattle or Horses on
he premises known as Kaupakuea. Makabanaloa and Pepee
keo. District of Hilo, Island ol Hawaii, from and after this date.
Hilo, Hawaii, May 7th, ISSO. my8 6m
PIANO FOR SALR
A FIRST-CLASS CHICKERING
PIANO, in good order, and is a superior fine
toned INSTRUMENT. Price, including the
Stool, $300. Inquire of
K. W. MARKEN, M. D.
IPliyaloinii tSs Surgeon.
.ffeFFICE nn1 KESIDENSE, WAILCKC
DU. MARRKN may be semi at his Kalua Office between
the hours of 1 and 3 P. M. Sundays, 2 t 3 1. M. au2 79 1y
CENTRALLY LOCATED HOUSE.
Apply to mj"29tfj A. McWAY'NE.
AMERICAN FAMILY' OF TWO. DE-
sire a cottaze. unfurnished or only partly furnished, in
good repair, and at low rent. Will take a long lease if prem
ises suit. Address immediately, "COTTAGE," csre of Ad
vertiskr ofllctf. my 29
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIAN llnlf.
Breed Merino Kams. Apply to U. N. GRKENWELI
Kona, Hawaii. my 23 8t
'HIE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE plr-a.cd
ft to meet any of his friends, requiring good clothing, at
the corner of Fort aud Hotel streets; having connected him
self with H. S. TREGLOAN.
C. P. BARRAK.
iny-29 tf Late cutler lor 8. Roth.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 the undersigned has been appointed Executor of the
last will and testament of K. 1 1.1 V ELA, deceased, and all
persons having claims against the said Estate, whether se
cured by mortgage or otherwise, are hereby notified to pre
sent them, duly authenticated, within fire months from tbe
date hereof, or they will be forever barred. And all persons
indebted to the said Estate are hereby notified to make im
mediate payment thereof.
Executor of the last Will and Testament of Kailiwela, elee'd.
Dated at Honolulu, May 2$, 1SS0. uiy29 4t
VOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
X. w the undersigned have been duly elected Assignees of the
Estate of WM. JOHNSON, a bankrupt, and a 1 persons in
debted to the said Wm. Johnson previous to the i 7th day of
March, 1880. are requested to make immediate payment of
such indebtedness to II. W. SCHMIDT, at the office of
Messrs. II. Hackfield ife Co., Queen street. Honolulu
THEO. H. DAVIES,
II. W. SCHMIDT,
Assignees of Estate of Wm. Johnson, a Bankrupt.
Dated, May 29, 1880 my29 4t
"JICELY FURNISHED ROOM AT No.
X BERETANl A STREET. Also stabling for horse,
L CHANGES IN BUSINESS OR RESI-
liatirnl Directory n ml
be addressed to
P. O. Hox 170. Honolulu.
I .ESTABLISHED 1853. CHOICEST WINES,
Id ALES tr LIQUORS in the Market, AT CASH PRICES,
feil ly '80
WET SALT HIDES. SHEEP AND GOAT
Skins, for which the highest Cash Price will be paid.
?. O. BOX 40. HUGH MACK AY,
fe21 If Proprietor Honolulu Tannery, Kohololoa.
, CEO. S. HARRIS.
SHIP & GENERAL BLACKSMITH
HIP WORK. BRIDGE. HOUSE. AND
I Heavy Wagon Work. Moulding Bitts, Planing Knives,
Anchors and Anvils repaired. Goosenecks. Crank Axles
and Wagon Axles made for the trade on reasonable terms.
Wayons for Traction Engines,
ARTESIAN WELL TOOLS
With all their Fittings, a speciality.
..4(7 Orders Promptly Attended to and
tT Shop on the Esplanade, in the rear of Mr. Gao. Lucas1
Planing Mill. juo tf
F. J. O'BRIEN,
PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER.
Ship work and Jobbing promptly aiUudtd
and satisfaction guaranteed.
CI'r't'IlL NOTICE.-Frank J. O'Brieu
tC5 has removed his linii.g. Plumbing and Gasfittine busi-
nes from Merchant fireet to No.
Sit Hotel street, corner of
Tinware of all Kinds made to Order
TT Orders lelt at my ship will be promptly attends to
and repairing will be called for and drlivertd. n22 6in
Just Received, Ex. "Ceylon,"
Fine Assortment of Oak Plank
For Sale in Lots to Suit,
liT ALLKV A. ROBINSOV.
Bo; to Aim nunfo to
Have Opened in the City of San Francisco,
NOS. It! AND 411
Under the Firm Name of
OkO: ONT BROTHERS.
Thanking the Public for Their Patronage During the Past Thirteon
Years, wo Would Solicit Their Favors
IPox Our San Francisco Mouse.
my IS Sin
Xs i o s x- ,t zxx
ME LI. 18 Jc FISHKI
UOOH GOODS AND LOW PRICES.
EVERY DAY & SATURDAY EVENING DURING THE SEASON
Will be presented the popular stock and altrartUm of
Produced in the in ont attractive style, with suitable adjuncts, and Willi the following Incomparable mot-
Mis. Canton I.oters
...Mis Milan Lexington
All Colors ol Lining and Trimming Silk.
Other Characters by
To be followed with
TEXT'S FXJmsriSHHSTG GOODS !
Assisted by the
The whole to conclude with the pleaxin display of
AND STAPLE DRY Ci O O 13 !
Corsets Mrs. French Woven I Handkerchief
Gloves Mrs. Kid and Lile Tread Fringe
Ruching Miss Crape de Leece and Tarlatan Embroidery
The following characters will also appear:
Mr. Flannel, Miss Grenadine, Mrs. Toweling, Mrs. Cashmere.
Mrs. Blanket, Mrs. Bedspread, Miss Shawl,
Together witli the Rest Variety that Talent can Produce !
Doors open from 7 a. m. Saturday Evening till 9 o'clock.
EWE (.1 AKAMF F. TO PLEASE, OB BET! U THE
OUR " ISESW lBI31iai!FlJIS.3S: " !
ADDS NEW CUSTOMERS TO OUR LIST OF THOSE
AVIio Have F'ouikI, y ItLbcoiaioiic-o
TH AT TO 'BHV CLOSE." T1IKV MIST KVX KOU t'AXII. Our Friends Write
" Please Fill the Following Order at Your Lowest Price, C. 0. D."
WE HAVE ON HAND A FINE STOCK OF GOODS !
Bought Very Low. and litive received, ex Late Arrivals, a Large Addition thereto. Bought lor Canh at Old 1'rioes, and mor
on ihe way, AH ofwlilcU XTKTo Oflor Cliovii for Gexplx.
CALL ANO EXAMINE OUR FINE STOCK OF LAMPS AND CHANDELIERS f
We keep Downer's Genuine Kerosene Oil, Palace Water White Oil, Red Cross Oil All High Inn and Reliable biamls
Non-Explosive Kerosene Oil Stoves, something new. We have on Hand, and Soon to Arrive, a Very Large and Com l lei
Stock of Paint, all kinds and colors, and of the BEST J II A D F.N. Also, Psint Oil, Turpentine, Varnishes, Ac. A ood
Assortment of Carriage Paint and Varnishes. Lubricating Oils, Albany Cylinder Oil, Lard inland Castor Oil H It I Kill I.-
a Full and Complete Lioe of All Kinds. Just Received. '
BUILDERS HARDWARE, A M LOT All MORE TO ARRIVE SOOS !
Table Cutlery, Direct from the Celebrated Manulactory of Landers'. Fnry If Ciurk; a Fine Addition to our Slock or Me
lies' Tools, Pocket Knives, Raaors, Scissors. Shears, a large assortment-. Twine and Fish Lines, In rreat variety IIoue
lisbing Goods under this head, Mouse-keepers will find many Useful and Desirable Articles
a Choice Selection, Direct from the Well Known
THE AVEEILL MIXED IPIlsTT
it ! 7u rVM7i!i".riSo,,"i'!''' u" """ T' ' ""'
We have a Good Stock on Hand, and more on the way, froto.
arkMiAllM in this line 1. Ihp
IMPROVED STEEL PARIS PLOW t
and the Reeular Paris Hreaking Vv Plow. These Plow are said by some of our Customers to be
Superior to any Other Plow Ever OtTered in This Marked
WE HAVE A GOOD STOCK OF
Spades, Shovels, Go's, Forks, Rakes, Planters' Ue, heavy and light; (row Bars
trludstones and Flitiires, PUk Axes, Pltk Mattotks, GRI U IIOF.S, lTsl, d tras.Sejtht g
Seythe Snaths, SeytI.e Stones, Bosh Hooks, trass r Rite fl(H,ks, nut En,s '
Uauhets, Wheelbarrows, Canalbarnms, Gx Cains, Tra.e Cains, B..V CI ,alL,
Topsail Chains, 38 and 12 Ineh;
Peter Wright's Anvils and Vises-, Trenton Vftes, Hors e Nails,
Blatksmlth' Be.loMs, Portable For, .nd
Cnt Spikes, Galvanized X.1N and Spikes, Cat .aU, Small Rope, 1-2 lo 1 3.4 tord,
AND AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF GOODS NOT MENTIONED IN THIS LIST I
Can be had at 37 Fort Street, tL0SE Bl VERS are rerouiinended t rail,
and they will buy their Goods of
DIL LINGH AM & CO.
AT W. HORN'S
Steam Candy Factory & Bakery
FRESH POP CORN !
Sugared In Balls and Salted, Real Butter Scotch. Pure Rum
Drops and Fresh Creams made every week. All
Candies manufactured at my Establish
ment guaranteed to be strictly
pure, and sold at San
PURE GERMAN RYE BREAD!
No. 7 I Hotel street, between Nuuanu and Fori
rnclo. tlxt Tlioy
Mewr Crai-e A Ribbon
, . Messrs. Flowers aud Feathers
...MetM-s. Lace and Ornament i
By the Company
the Accompanying tock.
the favorite attraction :
.Mr. All Htyto
.Mr. Bilk and Worsfrd
Mrs. Shertlug, Miss Parasol,
The attractions are closed when visitors are tirW.
KNTBAXCE MONEY. SO RESEBVED SEATS.
171 ELLIS & FISHEL,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets
"3? 3E3 HO
House of Reed Ac Barton, Manufacturers.
MOMNK and other Celebrated Mk
ers. One of tu
HAVANA CIGARS !
JQ Mil, I K SUPERIOR CIGARS,
IN I30ISTJJ OR, DUTY "PAIL).
FOR HALE BY
rrn - V 1m star . . . .
my 21 lm
H. HtCKFELU CO.
rs fcVw.t '
-.ar.i .'ft m Tlt-