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O O IVX 1VI e n O I A X. .
FRTPA r. -I rr.VST li. liM.
Ensiawsa drirlnj the I -t srerk lis shown nri of
increase.! artlsity Id all drartmenls rff trade, the ln
' ficial street, of nnretrltl liiter-lsIanJ travel l-iim
plainly perceptibly in the larvce cari taken .nt srl
by fs!anl iliimtn an.l actionem. 'oTun.Teiat.y. a!',
business hM been tetter than tLe week rTcJiDi. tlir
rporU of domestic prodnre a'tin column up to a -rV
respectable fl fur, and the present supply ari'l detaan 1
indicating a continuance of trtk lalnm in tommtt
Tb departures fr th wrrk nmniot of the tk Kill
kaaa and LaJy Lam i sou. and shr Anua for the "oat,
wl tb full cargo of doruastle- produce : the attar
Eeapwris with amall cargo and large number of Chinee
paaeogr, for Hong Kong ; the atmr City of New Tork.
also with a light cargo, for tLr rVruth. and the bk
OiMhln In V, 1 T a t tnr Manila. Tha total valnation of
domestic produce exported in th foregoing mMiK
at dow at tino.9M.-T5 irratif yintf increase over the e-
port val nation noted laat week.
Tit arrlTaU for the week were the KUkitat au l
Baena Tlata from tha Sound with lnmber. the Enreka,
Ella and P M S n,ity of New York trjm the Coat with
ganeral cargoes, and the Ger Lk Hamiuonia from H"ft
kCong With Cbine merchandise
Sagar la arriving slowly but In anfflrieiil fjif ntitir
p aaaist shipper in giving nl bound f ,rein, fair
Rica la im-w arrtrio freely and is being f-rwarled t-
th CoaV; the quality marketed is re(rte-l Uinsf
KkI and hopes are entertained that the arrival oat will
mwm an advance over prices !at iutrd
The Eareka will receive luit k dispati b f-jr the 0at
84td either the W. 0. Mt-yer or Almy will t the cut
to arrive hers
Williams. VlmuaA k Co. 'a private rircnlar of July :'tl,
, ahlrssetl t planters and merchants of the IiUd.Ii t-t
ret'aive!. Thl d.x-nruetit Is a stmni; bid fur the cutm
nation of tha refinery contract system , an. I for tuaiu
laialng tha itntm -pa of the present afin-y arrauieturntj.
The circular will be tunrs f ally analyzed and itl-ned
la the neit Issue of the Abveanscs. We Kive below
their regular boalnesa letter :
8a rrtH.o, July :nh. H-i.
Blnca oar lst Circular. trale has continued tes-lv in
all branches. Uarvest protrreae.es in all sections of the
rttatej and the yield Is estimated at one-half of laat year,
ana f this mast t alded about tns of old
ScaaB Htoa: our Isjt. a de lice bss taken rff t in
tais article In London and New York cauaiuK further
dsnrssston of Manilla basis t lS el- htcks of Kawa U
Dot warrant tnls state of affairs, which Is aiulouulelly
caassyt by mors) favorable news from the romtux beet
rrp of arop. w York bohlera of Cubes are atill
Una la their views, and laat sale of W per rent. rM-rtr.l
at 8. -KaOned Yellows at ' to a He and dull. Local
Kefl aeries report a very dull market aul with acrmuulat
tna stocks, a farther decline may be expevted.
Kiro The market Is relieved of the accuiunlated
stock left over at tbs beuinninff of the year and of all
receipts) aim:, and none of the Jobbers bsve lru-
auppura. mere will always oe a larxe ronaamption oi
at about ava cenu. as long as w havs a lare ciil- I
nsaw population. 1 u nvsra luonuaij consumption va I
ths PsiAf Coast u abont 2.w)o tons, whilst the largest 1
m-iaaase; jobbing at 5 -ac.
-Tha snoalry for Molasaea Is alliht, an.l I
wmt see jaittUtiuo of stock is the result I
v-Bai.KOii.-Tha Arctic 'oil tz Thomas p.,,-w. pi..-e.i
at a)e. If th other wbalara are to l as auccessful. It la I
doabutu wnetQer mis pnes can d majuuunru. i tie i
.... ... ... . . . .
Tnomaa ropw nas aaiiea Ann on a lei oan cruise.
Titxow Vc a ewe rov fortiana s i (v c r
Wob Uarkct oalct. Eastern la bnver s fsr..r. W
qiisu Morthero at 25c )e i Oregon XV On
locb iiolilen Oat xtra t.i $ btar Mills M.iVJ.
catlmTBsLast. wooden ship, tt Uverp.i or
ticss.iat lohuod, to usjssj-a. .-sew iu, sijjiii.
pout or nouoisTj-Tj. ii. i.
Aaf 8 Hrhr liana, from Unelo.
S Mrnr laAellke. from Windward Prls.
a-sttur James) Make, from Kauai .
9 Htmr Iwalanl. from Kona and Kaa
-S hr Prtncs from Kona
t 8c hr Catarlna. from Uonolpu
lv Schr Marlon from Kukalhaele
t Am bktna F.ureka. Emerson. Sau Fran. l.-..
? Am bktna Klikitst, Koblnson, Fort bamble.
t P M 8 tS City of New ork.Cobb, Ira St
tt Ger bk 11 ammonia. Waller, ilong Ko.
9 Am bk Buena Vista. Calhonn, Port (iambic.
12 Am bktn EUa, Brown, han i'ranciaco.
Aug a !tmr MokolU, for Koolan
Htmr fLllauea II on for Kahului
Scbr Walmaltt, for Keohea
9 Dtoir Likelike, Circuit Hawaii
9 Stmr C K Bishop for Kauai
9 Htmr J as M kee for Kauai
10 echr 1'suaht for
Ang 8 Hawn bk Kalakaua. Jenka. Pan Francls.-o.
ti U H 8 Lackawanna, OUHs. Hilo.
p M 8 tt City of New York. Cobb. Australia.
lil Am achr Anna.McCuIloch. Han Francisco.
hi Am bk Cheshire, liatcbelder. ilauila.
llUr bk Lady Lajnpson, Marston. Sau ErancliK o.
FOREIGN VESSELS IX POUT.
Am bkta KUkiUt. rloblnsoa.
Am bkt Eareks. Emerson.
Am bk Baena Vista. Calhonn.
Uaw'n achr Jenny Walker. Knabc.
Am bk Ella, Prows.
Oar bk llamuottia. Weller.
Ens bgtaa Surprise, Jackson. -
lUport of P. SI. 8. S. City of Sew York. Cobb. Couiiuan
aer Bailed 'ran San Francisco, July :ilst at 2 r. u..
aucbargssi at 3.50 r. si. Arrived at Honolulu
August ath. at 10 a. If. First day after departure f ru
an Franclaco. eiprlencad heavy sea and swell from the
s, X. w remainder of passage Una weather and smooth
ao'a. AutfTtat h. A. W. ilogan, coal passer, died from
apoplsiy burled at sea at 1 a. M. tha following slsy.
Trom 8sn Franclaco per City of New Tork. An H :
boaes) butwr. Tl pkga aaddlery. 6i pka tobacco and
citt-ara. J blla wlr. 41 pkgs groceries, 70 ska potatoes, al
do ookona. I chest oysters. M pkgs dry goods. 6 do drujrs.
lpkgJer and biuora, 21 ca aawing mchs. i') lMiea
Iruat. li boaea specis, and 4.M pks m.se mdsc. 17..MI
pkga In transit for tha Colonies.
Front Port Townsend per Klikitat. Aug -3tVj.tWJ ft
pin lumber, 4,V.tf fl dressed do. I'M n shingles. Mm
Fmm Port Towssead per Baena Vista. Ang 10
f Jrsssnl lumber. ywi.C-i ft rwogb do, 6M pickets, J
m Lstiis. JWJ ta shingles. 0 pile.
From Bon Konix per B ammonia, Aug lis 23.4'J j ks
mdae. inclading Chines provisions, drugs, fruits, cloth
ing, matting. Ac. Ac.
from Baa Franclaco per Eareka. Aug ft Large lot
a-rocart. provisions, hay grain and feed : 77 pk dry
goods. Xii pkga hardware. 24 pkga Ughthoas material.
HSJ bbls Urn. 44 pkga paper. Ink. etc. 31 pks doors,
blinds etc. U ea sewing mcha.1T pkaa telephone nxtnres.
J i r w posts. 100 m ahlngle. lo kegs nails. 1 pes
shset iron. l stoves. J pku drugs. 34 pka powjer. .Co
sks fl.-ur. 74 bbla aalmon. pkga frnit and veK'tables.
XI bead etock. 1 doa geea. 1 buggy. I tlS Ifia.-ra. to
pk(T f oral tnr. small lot mlsc mdse.
For Hong Kong per Heaperla. Ang 6 11 pkgs coniH.sl
tioo metal. 1') baga f ungaa, 413 pkgs ell cake. Horn value
M ; fgadolltuj.
For Francisco per Kalakaua. Aug l."fl pkk's
sugar IS4 bbla tallow, 2T bbla molasses. Ill balea wool.
U bneba banana. I.1M baa cobra. 1 engine, lissj wet
sslt bides. JKn goat skins, tssi sheep shins. 5 pktfs perss
nal sBs.-tjt runwi and wagon material and hardware,
boirs household g.wwls. Ix.m value 44..-OJ B4 i ffc-u do
fiUtf ; traushipped do li.W SO.
, fR Australia per atmr City vt New York. Aug 1'.3
4,ava pain. -!0 bbls sugar cane. 5 pkgs personal eBe U.
IM. value J JiW ? Ji do feu.
For San Franclaco per Lady Lajnpson. Ang 119.3
pkga sugar. Ioe) baga rice. M balea goat skins. l.tXO dry
bids. cs enrioe, a nprm wmou, u. uu ui 'uii-.
pom value KJMl li ; fgn do Iluo.
Tor r?an Franclaco per Anna. Ang 10 c.iu piw augsr.
S3 bnebs bananas. 3i7 hlJes.
iJom value (4ti,77 144.
For Kauai pr Jaa Make. Ang lo His Ex P Kanoa. P
-fseoberg W C Parke, Miss Purvis. Miss IHiwsett. Jas W
finab, i Van Zant and about SO deck.
K, im. --. . .. ., -, v T Vf. .... 11
. Wilcox. E I Jismaan. ji.s- . ' '
. T Whitnav. E P Mahle. W A llowen. T C Gondaiau Mrs
A Blackburn. Capt U Khlbom. Mr Richter. Mr and Mrs
Kimanscbnelder. Dr J Mott Smith. W J Law lor. Mr and
MraCUla.le and 2 children. Miss A V. eber. Mr and Mrs
j D Spree kles. John Uinda, Mr and Mrs K F Kirk. W
Coffa. A C Sandenham.
For Windward porta per Likelike. Ang ! Mrs J I
Dowsett and daughters. Hon D Kahanu, J F Hsckfeld. C
Bom Dr Emerson. W P A Brewer and wife. E ii
- Thomas Mr Jordan. Mis Peacon. Miss M A rhaiulx-rlin.
f Mr Kennedy. Mr Shaw.Misa Kniuht, T K Walker, wife
1 and chil I. M Damon. B Sterling. W J Forbes. Mrs
e osfcom. Mias Andrews. Mis Way, A A Montano, J Nott
andrTfe. C Afonir. Chnn Ling. J M Lid'ale. E V MeUe.
rt W FMf. J R Morrill. H H Parker. J II Harrison.
lf. ,a s children. Fred Waterhoose. Jno Hind. Mr
fieri lea Mr Williams. Mr Sanderman. Mrs John Wildsr
and 2 children. Mrs Cleghorn, E Khodus. W Limbsrth.
For Hong Kong per Dsaperla, Aug 6 254 Chinese.
roe San Franclaco pr Ealakana. Aug C Mrs Baily.
M.es iaily.Prof Roissler.Mr B.U wife and child. M
P Jnea. Vre. Orannlsa, Mr Pinkbam and 3 children,
L P Duboia, W Bigsbee.
. From San Francisco per Eareka. Aug 8-E M X"''?.
-VLmry Fetter. Mrs M E Smith, Peter l ord. Oeorg. J arler.
rtuiWnson. A Wenner, K Myera. C OreenllelJ. John
yns. Matthew Noble, S A Waterbnry.
For Australia per City of yew Tork. Ang S 9 Staines.
W B Fowler. A B McCausland and M in transit.
ror Ban Francco. per Anna. Ang lo C Pakrantz, Miss
Blaiow J Kaipt. W O Poole. J Mitchell. Peter John
ton. V Harboldt. L Vittej. B Burke.
For an Francisco, p I-1 Lampson. Ang 11 Oeo
Cawavaw 8hw. At San Jose, Cal.. July 2oth. by the
Rev. Mr. jewsll. E. T. Cajtsvas. of Ibis city, an.l nephew
of Oeneral F Canavan, of htockton. Cal.. to Miss Acs
H--nrd V. 8. 8. 1-.rkaw.nna. by
maVt Navy, to Moluk M. Uu.. ot Sao Fran-jeco.
From Ban Franclaco per City of ew Tork. Aug ( Jlre
Jt p tooke Mr and Mrs bchaefier. Mr and Sirs WAP
! Brewer Mis May Richardson. Edwin Harris. M L
1 HiTenWi.W ii.ugbwout. H 1 H William. II F Poor.
- A . v..nnce. Mia Parke. C C Ferklns. N
AUGUST 13, ISM.
His Majksty King Kalakaca is men-
1 ntil r.rincr-lv callers
.i r , ot:..-v jr. Tr,,ir,n in I
at the American Legation in lonuon, to
inquire after the health of President
fHK late.-t news fiom His Majestj-, the
King, is by telegram from Berlin, July 29th,
His Majesty having been very courteously
received lv the Crown Prince. We may
xi-ct interesting particulars of the King's
Interview wan llie uerinan emperor.
A Mischievous and untruthful letter,
concerning " King Kalakaua's career," by
a former short resident of this Kingdom,
appears in the Xew York Sun, of July 20,
lvl. All will remember a party who was 1
hcre.Bonie time during the session of the
la-t Legi-lature, and who claimed to be
part owner of the New York .S'wm, and of
several other large newspaper and stock in-
terest-, and who was much disappointed I
in his expectations frf place and emolument
in this country. He now vents abroad his
spite on the King and the country. He
rejA-ats, partly, in the Sun, " the monster
project .-tory," ami it is evident that the
bailie O. who was the advocate of a steam
ship subsidy here, is the writer to the New
York Sun; and the author of the N. Y. I
Time' sensational hoax about " the Sale I
of a Kingdom." It is well known by
whom this party is employe-1 ; but they I
may rest assured that they will waste their I
money in new.-paier agitation to effect a 1
In considering occasions of malaria in
Honolulu, the plank sidewalks deserve 1
attention at the hands of the Health au
thorities. Plunk sidewalks were recognized
as a chief cause of malaria in Memphis,
Tennessee ; and since they have been re-
moveil, ami pavel pathways proviiknl
Instt-ail. th imtirovwl s.llubritv of tll Pltv
, , ..... ..
lias ueeii iuuy rccirnizeu. iIIV pieve Jl I
P5allk O'ins on the ground for a length of
time lccoim-d u receptacle of foul moi.-ture, I
. . , ... i.ir I
aim oi cieuieuiis oi iuuiuria ; aimwiii'ii nan-
rotttM planks line the sidewalks of a busy
, r 1
it . . I . r. . ....... . . ii.. . i . , v
in tuuuiau', vuiii-caiiug uciii-aiu iiirn ui- i
in rougniare, coiiceaiing oeneaiii ineir fur-i
r . .i i i . .1.,. I
,;tee luftri .., ee.. .,e.. ,ue
are dry, yo have then a disease-breeder
that lncrea.e Its activity as nun accumu-
lates. and the tiank become more roiien.
XTenii.hi.H was thus at one tlm r verlaid
with rot and decay, and wa, rank with
disease: but now that its thoroughfares
are hard, firru, and clean, health prevails.
Our tropical city should have no rot in iU
streets, esicialiy as there Is plenty ofioillcials ami-private citizens, at tne resi-
material here to form a hard, wholesome
surface for sidewalks.
Thk Kino, on his return to lus Kingdom,;!
will have made the tour of the world; ami
he will be the lirt sovereign wno nas ma.ie
such a tour. The object or tne journey win
matrnifv its character. It was undertaken
by the King, not for pleasure or curiosity;
but to establish more endurably the bases
of the indeiendence of his Kingdom and to
promote the welfare and perpetuity of his
nation by negotiating for an increase of
people, Kixci Kalakaua has been every
where most courteously and hospitably re
ceived by States and Princes, and recog
nized as the eer of the independent mon
archs of the earth, and also as a statesman
and a patriot. And as the journey and the
receptions reflect a higher honor ami consid
eration for our little country, the Hawaiian
community of all races, subjects ami resi
dents alike, will all feel generously animat
ed by a common purpose to give the King a
loyal and enthusiastic welcome home.
To devise and carry out a comprehensive
and well sustained programme the people
of all nationalities must unite together, and
native Hawaiians, Eurrrpeans, Americans
and Chinese must unite as Hawaiians in
welcoming the King to his Capital.
Hawaiian Islands Not for Sale.
NVw York. July 2S. The 7W lms a com-invmii-ati.'ii
(rum Eliiha A. Allen, Hawaiian
Minister "t Washington, who says the statement;
that Kin Kal.ikaua wauls to soli hi kingdom
U Mitinlv without foundation. His tour i-i.
from a spirit ot curiosity, and for the eii
lhteued purposes of making liimst-lf con
v. riant with th (iovf runienU. institutions, and
peoples of other countries. The King is accoio
panisl lv a CWinissionc r of Emigration, and
had Lh-s that he could indue emigration from
India or some other country in the East, which
would strengthen and increase the Hawaiian
race. His travels are for patriotic purposes,
and will undoubtedly 1 of great value to his
own people. The idea of the sale of the, kingdom
is a-s abhorrent to the King as the same act
wonl.l lx to any SSovereigii i" Europe. '. F.
To those who are well aojuaintcd with
King Kalakaua ami his -people, it seems
outrageous that it should be necessary to
make such a disclaimer as the above. It
is well understood that the entire story
about the sale of a kingdom is a mischievous
hoax originating here. -There are, ierhaps,
a few score'of foreigners in this country
who seek a change, and who won hi not
care whether the change involved a sale, a
protection, or annexation, so that their
business interests were promoted. But
there is not one native Hawaiian to be
found who would advocate or vote for a
change that affected the indeitendence of
the country, and an overwhelming majority
of the foreigners in thi-J country are for
the maiutaineuce of Hawaiian indejeiideiiee
The last Hawaiian Legislature, composed
of the Nobles of the Kingdom and the
representatives of the people, by a unan
imous vote, proclaimed to the world :
"'That it is the sense of this Assembly
that the Government should, through its
diplomatic action, invite all the Great
Powers oi the world, and "especially the
Great IlepuMic of America, to unite in a
joint guarantee of the perpetual neutrality
of the Hawaiian Kingdom,"
The popular patriotic sentiment of the
Hawaiian people is devoted to independence,
which they would rather have and enjoy
than be attached to any great sitate of
forty, fifty, or hundred millions of people.
And it is the unhesitating belief of those
who have known and hail intercourse with
King Kalakaua, with the members of his
royal family, and with other native chiefs
of the country, that they would not listen
to the most dazzling propositions for the
sale, barter, or exchange of any rights of
Hawaiian sovereignty, or to atleet in any
way the independence of the Hawaiian
IeopIe ; and that they would prefer to
return to the ancient grass hut, and to a
diet of jtoi, if so necessitated, rather than
have luxury in marble halls as the price of
a surrender of independence.
This mischievous, misrepresenting spirit
that talks of tale of ecuntry, ami that 9eeks
promote what it talk about will not
.succeed. There in not an intelligent states
man in Europe at this time that believes
i - ... i ; r c r . .
&ucii .a Mory aiiu ii a lew iu .Auicma
li-ten to uch talk they will, ere long, be
undeceived, and be convinced that the
determination of King, Nobles, and People
of this Kingdom is to stand by their inde-
iendence now and forever,
TOUR OF THE PRINCESS REGENT
TO HAW AIL
Plan5 tn lilVP n fitv. flnd tn 5hfltPr I
.Her Uoyal Highness and suite, who left
the capital per Likelike on the 2nd instant,
arrived in Hilo Bay on Thursday morning,
the 4th inst. A large concourse of people, I
foreign as well as native, had assembled to
welcome the Princess. The natives came
with full band with products of the soil,
with little articles of value, with coins, and
even with curious siecimens from the great
lava flow a.s hook-vnu offerings, prompted
by t'ie affection of a people for their chief.
The circumstances attending this visit of
the Princess were ominous and affecting.
The beaUiful town of Hilo presenting
such a fair picture of peace and order, and
Christian hope was beleaguered by an
irresistible, all-destrovine enemy. Her
Royal Highness bad hoped that this enemy
might have stayed his progress ere she
arrived ; but his banner of vaporous and
iraseous cloud was hancriner over the SDires
of the invested city ; his electric projectiles
were darting through the air. Already
homesteads and cultivated fields, and a por-
tion of the beautiful forest that forms the
fringed utskirt of Hilo bad been devoured
and obliterated, and the devastating force
moving like an army of fiery serpents,'
wound here and there a sinuous course,
hisin". crackliuir. roannerand threatening a
march to the sea, the destruction of a city,
and the desolation of a fair haven.
The anxious mind of the patriotic Princess
l.,,l,l nl annont llm ,ini,.inrTa nn,l nirnd
of a public welcome under such circum-
stauces, and she forbade the band to play
ol, i:lmn TIip nrtlllorv ff
,t..v.. t'l-- .
the Almighty was thundering in her an-
Tl. Llo,l of Tfwa
nnLi ru innnniH ii int. iri 1 1 1 1 . : ivr
. ... u ...... .... -
vtam muuuiam. .o.w - --
u'aa iinnrlnir out fra flarv hpfirt's hlrtrwl. And
the uaugnier oi ivapaanea commanueu
"e..ee ... u P.ene..ee ie ;
I riuiu nuiug u we "" ..u.
I Her Royal Highness did not go ashore at
the nsu.,1 wharf-landing, but disembarked
ftuieuy on me .vaiaKea snore.
I One of the first acts of Her Royal Iligh-
t uess was to order the call or a meeting oi
deuce of Captain Ihomas ypencer, wiiose
I guest slie was. ir. ureen, tne premier,
i took the chair on this occasion, Her Royal
ujgness being seated near him. Lieut.
I Governor Lvman urrred the feasibility of
making endeavours to divert, by stone
and embankments, the flow of the
lava under certain conditions ; and urged
that the civil engineering ability at the
command of the Government be employed
without delay in studying the various
grades and conduits of the land. Sheriff
Severance supported the view of the Lieut.
Governor, and spoke of oouferences with
planters, who would supply a force of hands
if the Government would provide food and
Implements. Sheds should also be pro
vided for the houseless. J.-L. Austin, Esq.,
ofOnomea, urged prompt action without-a
day's delay to try, with all the men and
means at their command, to save Hilo.
Captain Tom Spencer could not help with
either men or means ; but old and crippled
as he was, he would offer himself, aud lead
younger men to the charge. Govejnor
Dominis felt that it was the duty of the
Government to meet this emergency. Hon.
A. S. Cleghorn felt hopeful that human
effort would not be unavailing to meet this
great danger, and he uiged immediate and
constant effort. Hon. J. M. Kapena said
'that the native people would readily co
operate with the Government.
The result of this conference at Hilo is,
that the Superintendent of Public Works,
accompanied by one of the Survej-or-
General's staff, left per Likelike on the 9th
instant, with a large supply of shovels,
picks, barrows sufficient to keep 250 men
engaged at work. There was forwarded by
the Government, at the same time, a supply
of food paiai, rice, meat, Ac to supply
this working gang for ten days. There has
da,, iiaon fnrwsirrtpil a onantitv of corrii-
gated iron as covers for sheds, the lumber J
being obtained at Hilo.
In view of the emergency, the present
devastating advance of the lava flow, and
possible destruction of a portion or all of
Hilo, it Is proper that men of means and
citizens generally of Honolulu, and other
"parts of the islands, should begin to con- i
siiler in public assemblage the means of
averting danger to a sister city, or of pro
viding for the relief of fellow citizens,
should the providence of God permit a visi
tation of disaster to a portion of the king
dom. The Princess Regent is faithfully
performing her duty as a ruler. Lt the
people strengthen her hands.
Rev. Mr. Grosser's School.
Wailctsc. Aitocst 2, 1SS1.- The public ex
amination exercises of the day school connected
with the Anglican Chnrch of Wailnku took place
on Friilav morning, July 2','th, and was the
-occasion of drawing together an unusnul throng
of friends and relatives of the children. The
e xercises were judiciously selected and arranged :
and when all was over, the audience remaiuei
.a. 1 1 1. An . . V. a im aii .1 f a'.as A nMiiiintoii(tii rt
seaieu as luuiiy u nuiiuui iui uuuuu ui ,
the entertainment. The feature of the day was
the singing of the primary class, with accom
panying calisthenics, performed with remarkable
precision and a manifest delight, which carried
the audience with it. Too much credit cannot ,'
be given Mrs. Grosser for the patience aud ;
fidelity she has bestowed upon these littie ones
to bring them to this stage of perfection. The !
school is composed of native and half-white j
children, ranging from 6 years to 16 years of j
age. It nnniliers nearly 75 scholars, and is j
conducted by the Bev. Mr. C. E. Grosser and j
his accomplishes! wile, wno are assisteu Liy a
native teacher. Another teacher is expected
next term an arrangement that will somewhat
relieve Mr. Grosser, who has multifarious duties, i
His conduct of the upper department is very ;
good, as the examination of the scholars in j
arithmetic and writing on the blackboard, read-
ing, spelling, declamation, and philosophy fully
attested. The popularity of the school is shown
in the fact of their desire to shorten vacation as :
much us possible a circumstance which cou- )
trasts strikingly with tho spirit found among j
scholars ofjother schools generally, where attend- j
ance is secured by compulsion. The singing of
the school is much above par in foreign public
schools, as was instanced in the rendering of the .
songs. The day's exercises were brought to an
ii.rrmriitt dose bv an eloquent and stirrine
address from the Bev. Richard Waiuwright, who
appealed to the older children to make the best
of their present advantages, while he congratu- j
late.l them upon their general proficiency and j
the gTaUfying manner in wnicn tney cai acquitted
riMIE I'XUERMCXF.D DKIIU'S To I
M. form the public thil Le IS NOT A l'AlifM:;i ux il,
Urry basinet hereuf'-re ccniiactei by h:m
K.HJt.li 1 l.l. .
IlDolala, August 9ih, li-il. auitl It
-g TO LK.tSE FOR A SIIOKV
J X 9 m Term, at tli t r month, a ojlliie cua-
tauiing fire rooms, IccluJinjr kiichn :iJ I'Sth-room. Healthy
location, lmmejiate fac5ion.
FRANK OODf RCV.
augl3,tf U-ra"! tuoicess Agent, 71 K;::g St.
by Mr. C. r". Htrt,
mHE INTEREST OF T
SIGNED in tht Niulil Mill anJ P
lalaod of Hawaii, has been purchased by Mr. C. i
the Partnerahlp under the firm name of C. F. Bart A- Co.,
D Irom G0DFREV anoPES
Aug. 9, 1SS1. aui!3.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL
tb-J K. BURGESS BEGS TO X OT I F V HIS
11 Customers aad the public geu-r&liy, tin Le has re-
move! tocommojioas preoiivs at
XO. 84. KING STKF.rTr,
opposite Mr. SI. J. Rose's Carriige Factory.
Ilonuluiu, Aog. 6;a, Is SI. acgl3.Iio
A I. L PERSONS .IKK IIKRf'.lil KOKBIIt
den from Fishice in the FI?HIXi KIUHT ot th. l i-i.l
known at Kaksnoni ol Kipaliulu, Kahhi of Maulili. an.i I'h-
oaa or KukSBoni, in linna, .Maui. Any one i.urnl so ln: g,
without permission fim my Ag--Dt, O. M. CYrr-a. will he
proaecuted lo the full?.l .esti-nt or the
J. KAM1U Hi-I I.l'.
Honolulu, Aug. 12th. augl.'i hu
m. 8,. iiAiaT,i:xisi:c...
MOODY AND SANKEY,
UM1EK TIIK .41 SPICKS OF TI.E V..M.
C .4 with the ro-eratioii of the Chrislim i-.pie
of Honolulu, mil hold a series of meetings in the
FORT STREET CltlCCIl,
beeinnioe Sunday evening. Au; 11th, li-n he will relate
biaOW.N PEKSUMI. rjAl'r.KIK.M'r., which
every person In the community should hear.
Young men are especially invill. i-ong st-rvice to hexiti
at 7 r M. Krgolar service at 7;3(J. augi:i,It
CLOSING OUT SALE
MRS. L. J. WHITCOMB
rsires to KETL'RN TIIANK5 for the literal pitrotise
received in the past, and to announce lo the I idie-i of
Honolulu ami vicinity that she is
CJi04i;11r Ollt SICi SfOC'lt
W"'," VIII, flLI
. q j
I T T t1 T tlTl'l TP 1 1 I It T It 1' fl A .. lUi
I ilf.NI l M. iHlLLIilL 11 U I
t HtAfPlT R A TPi o f. A lM f
LADIES Jesirl'ig Ujods iu tins line will do well to tako ad
vantage of tbis opportunity, as at no tim? heretofore
lave SUCH BARGAINS been offereJ to
CALL AND SEE THEM!
No Troablf to Show (ioods at
Mrs. L. J. WMtcomtj's Milliuery Rooms
No. 93 Hi nit Slrerl, iirnr fori.
ALL SUBJECTS AND RESIDENTS.
For the purpose of arranging to receive
in a suitable and proper manner
HIS MAJESTY TSB KM,
on lis arrival from his
TOUR AROUND THE WORLD,
All persons desiring to assist in such re
ception are asked to assemble at the
AT THE HOUR OF 7:1-2 O'CLOCK P.M.,
ON THE KVENIXG OF
MON'DAV.TIIE ICiTII OP A I 'fit ST,
A. D.. 1381,
To consider the manner in which to cele
brate the event of Ilis Majesty's
Landir.g again on the soil of
II. A. P. Carter,
W. P. Wood.
Walter M. Gibson,
W. L. Holakabiki.
Chas. T. G illicit,
A. S. CIcghoru,
S. B. Dole,
B. F. Dillingham.
H. E. Whitney.
C. ) Berb. r,
B. W. Kawainui,
W. R. Castle.
Henry AVatei bouse.
j James W. Robertioi,
j Joha 11 IdtJ
j J- L. Kaulukou,
Chaa. R. Bishop,
J. Mott SinitU,
PLEASICK TO AV0T.(r: TO HIK IK0l.lLt
THAT ON A NO AFTER
THE loTIIOF Al CIST,
- A. -
ncnrx-r- r .-.-1-1-1 1' t
J VJ J Jk LLlJ.v.'ll a
f WILT. EF. SERVED
BETWEEN 11:30 A.M.. ANI 1:30 P. M.,
ABO "V 1C II O T T .
LIQUORS Al WIIVKS
! I O E"C O L D BEER
COXS TA XTIj V OX II A XI K
PUBLISHED ON THE PACIFIC COAST.
HAVING CA NUIX.A VIAXS
' i ,i,,ir employ siiouU uiirii8 to ihe above vat-er fur them
Copies of it may bs seu al tlie Book-tui r of
HHIIXEY 4. E0BEUTS0..
51 rw iih'mi;3rr.'.rr.t.s.
GRAND TBOTTINB HATCH !
COMMODORE & OLIVER,
For Sl.OOO n iSiao.
- AT -
ON Tl"KSIAT, 23RI Al'Ul'sr.
THESE CELEBRATED HORSES
Are Matched to Trot Mile Heats, best
three in five, to Rule, aud to Harness.
First Heat will be started at 2 P M.
7 4HlSIO. TO TUE PiKK. AS ISUL.
IJl HI.lt- OlMMON l!i:iU SUMKW1I.1T
divided as to the relative speed of tl e horvs
M.IKK TWAIN "asd BLACKTHORN"
AnJ being desirous of having the matter settled, I will con
sent to l-t Blackthorn" run the same race over ngtin say
time within two weeka lrom dale, fur any sum suitable to the
hackers of ' Mark Twain.
Honolulu, Aug 9, 1SS1. angll.it
TO STAND THIS SEASON!
WII.l. BE REAUV TO STAM) FOR
.MAKES AT WAl.MANAl.il RANCH, for 4
months fYoin lat Septemlier, 18S1.
T ERMS THIRTY DOLLARS CASH. Money to he
(aiil on return of -afh Mart".
COVEKNOK ST A NFORI was lire.l l.y ROBfcRT
TKKAT, Ksi , of Sau Fraurisco. and was Rot by tte celebra
ted horse, Norfolk, he by Lriinylsa.
GOVERNOR STANFORD'S dim, Fnuuy
llnrper, byGrrr Eii.lr , an.l he by Woodpecker.
For further paVtii'iiurs refer to American anil English
Waiuianalo, Aug. 1, 1SS1.
TT Mares will be attended to, and, after 20 days, 60 cents a
week will le chargnl No responsibility taken iu caaa of
accident. . augl3,lm
r. A T E A H R I V A I.S,
A SMAI.LLOT OF THE CELEBRATED
BOISNAED, GONZALEZ & CO;
four ami fivecrown
unsurpassed for "
MEDICAL OR FAMILY USE.
E. S. CUUHA,
RETAIL DEALER IN CHOICE WINES
MERCHANT ST. BETWEEN KKTHKL
A NO FORT STREETS.
brown & CO.,
jist ui:ri:ivci, pi:r
BA KK CIIESHIU15.'
FROM NEW YORK.
An Invoice of the Celebrated
GILLO.VS, PI.YTS A.NU Q I" ARTS.
FOR SALE UY
BROWN & CO.
july23,lm 14 MERCHANT STREET.
INo. 02, Hotel Sti-eet.
IT THE BEST OF FOOD,
;ir COMPETENT COOKS,
lr ATTENTIVE WAITERS.
i.nte :hicf Slewsird of
9 !.:. :: mim ac a
Al TIIORIZF.l) (.0VF.RMET SIIIPriG JCET
Laborers for Plantations. Railroads,
Ranches, and for Work of all kinds.
And House . Servants always on hand-
OFFICE- X. 3WKINO ST R KET, three doors
from Siatitn 0oae. a L.SO- Al No. 27 Maunakea Street
"jne 2s em
oAiir. ii. i.
rnUl INfllTlTION. BKlSJ KKMOTK I ttM t ITi
1 slluremects. is sn acknowledged l-urJ for luorsls
For salubrity of cilmate is unrlvslied Tbs bu.Umjs ar
lar and cvmmodicui ; while the groonJs afford tbs pup.is
opportunities of healthfal and manly exercie,
Ccrem:tticg attention will be ven to intelle. lasl and
moral culture of the pupils. Noa-Caltoiic pup.ls will b tre.
to attend the religous exercises or no: . srroi-i t ng tr.'.r
paresis or fuardiar.s may desire.
Pupils are received at anv time dunu U ye-r
No redaction will be made trom regular chsr-. ecet.i Mr
sbsence. caused by prolractei illnins.
No leave of abience during the ch ..latic yeur, excepl si
the Co.lrge vacations, or by ptc.al peruiiss.oo.
Rsch vupil Biit, on en;er;ng. uuibiu uur
wh.ch. v. .th all other necessary clolh ng. A.c, will be furnished
st moderate cost by the follrg"'; bui in.iie of these wnl be
provided by the Collf ge uuless by pe,-i .1 srrantement
raymeats are to be male nusnoi , i.d invsribly in sj-
Tm TI1K (oi km: ok srrnv
I CLASSICAL, SClKTIKi.-. ANl COM ! KK t' I A I..
Latin, Uri-k, l'r.nch, tiniiitn, !iiih. and lilisn
sre taught. Particular slu-i . . will be .d lo the Ktth'h
IsnKUSge in all i branch. l iterature. Mathematics, pure
and muej. Ilit..ry. H-fi; l.y, Chruii'try, an 1 Natural
Philosopbv, Ac . if.
Board, I.oJg:ng, Tuiliio, and W nhmg for S.-lialastic
Vacation at Collef 00
yau- Voc) and lntrumt'ntall)rwn g, snd M.nlrrn
Senior Clas $00.00
Junior Cla u 0lJ
The cholssiic Vear consists of two sesiioi.s, esch comprising
a period of five months. The Firt Session commences on the
2utb of August. Ttie SrCuiid on the lioth of January.
For all and lurihrr riicuisrs apply lo
KKV W.J. l.AKKIN. I,rcsllrsil ,
No. 'i Heretsuis Mreel.
Evening School Department of
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE.
The "President lias decided to include this branch in the
Curriculum of the College.
Its object is to afford all clae of Ihe community the
means of acquiring a Theoretical and Practical knowledge of
all Commercial and Business transactions in daily use; and
also lo give an insight into the workings aod applications i.r
the different trades, which is so essential in these Islands.
THE THEORETICAL BRANCH
Will be under the supervision of the President and Profsssors
..f the Collete. TIIK PRACTICAL, and most important
i branch will be specially attended toby representatives from
he various master-artlians among us, wno nave ainaiy sou
generously promised their services to this useful and vsluable
They will alternately devote an hour each evening to the
task ol imparting this practical knowledge to the student
All the implements necessary to each trade, and to agri
culture, will be furnished by the College.
Each Master-Artiian, whilo conuected with the Ci llege,
will be entitled to name one Kree-Life-rVtolsmhip to the
privileges of this Evening School Department.
Each Slutlenl per W--k SO Ouls
The Evening School will open at 7 o'clock P. M. jst 81
Notice to Planters & Others
BEG TO NOTIFY HI.AXTKRS AMI
the public llial I am prepared tn furnish I'lsus and Isti
STEEL. FORTAUL.E TRAM WAV S with or
without Cars and Looouurtivfs, eepecially adapted for
STEAM PLUl'UIIIMi uud C IT I.TI V AT I NO
TRACTION ENGINES And ROAD LOCO
LOCOMOTIVES for any guage of Railway.
PORTABLE ENGINES for all purposes.
WINDING E N G I N ES for iuclines.
Mosrs. JOHN FOWLKR 4 CO. of Leeds, England, whom I
rrpreseot have supplied Portable Hailwrys for Sugar Planta
tion in Cuba, Trinidsd, Deinerara, Peru and Mexico, lor all
which places they have alto supplied
STEAM PLOUGHING TACKLE.
They have also during the lust 15 years manufactured Loco
motives for Railwavg in Great Britain and the Co'.ouies, In
dia Mexico, Ceylon, fegypt and Peru, 20 in. gauge up to b ft. 3
in. guage, and suited for all kinds of Tracks and Traffic.
They have supplied the governments of Rreat Britain, Ger
many. Russia, Italy with Traction Engines, which have given
every satisfaction, as well as large numbers for private use.
Any Comn.unicatious to be addrersed to R. H. KOWI.KR
W. I.. GKKEN.Ksq , Messrs. O. W. MACFAKI.ANE t CO.,
Honolulu, who will act as the Agents.
Catalogues with Illustrations, Models, aud
Photographs of the above Plant
may be seen at the Olllce of W. L. GREEN, above Hie OlBce
of ij. W. Maelarlane ti Co.
R. II. FOWI.KR,
for John Fowler & Co.
N. B. I Propose to Visit the Different Is
lands During the Next Few Weeks,
and shall be glad lo give any information with regard to the
application of the different styles ol the above Machinery lo
ja2 81 tf B- U. FOWLER.
J. & C. LANE'S
BF.TilEL STREET, NEAR KINO.
MAN U FACTURF S
TABLETS, MARBLE MANTELS,
WASHSTAM) TOPS, anU
filing in White & Black Marble,
MARBLE WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
MADE TO ORDER AT THE
Lowest TPo.SF-ible Rate.
Monaiurats and lleaJlone (ieaued and Br-t.
g-T Orders from Ihe other Islsnds promptly attended to.
jau 1 81
G K ATEF V L COM FO ItT I X .1 .
" By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which gov
ern the operations of dig'-ttion snd nulritioo, aod by
careful application of I lie fine properties of well-seiec cj
cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided our l.reakfast tables wilh a
deiicalely-flaored beerge which msy save as many hesry
doctor's hills. It is hy the judicious use of such articles of
diet that a constitution may Le gradually built up until
strong enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds
of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack
wherever there is a weak point. We may escar mans a
fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well (jrlifled with pure Mood
and a properly nouriMie.i rrame." ne article in the ( ri
Made simply with boiling w iter or tuilk.
I Sold only in pack'ls, labelled :
JJL ES EL-Ms fc CO.,
i iiomkupathk; ciikmi.t,
JhoEPl'S'.S CHOCOLATE ESSESCE, far Jflrrnuon
."Tin T" "Tj ? ?
1 JL JtL. I I
Mainralr A. I rbnu Safes
Fl re-proof, lire & BorUr Proof, & Borglar Proof,
5 smaller sizes roiihlnnlly on iaud.
Orders for Large Sizes Filled at Sliortr.t otlte.
Old Safes Taken la Kviliaose.
Babcock's Fire Extinguishers !
Platform, Uurmaut, aod Combination Jteaiu Stales!
TJT For Pri.'es and Circulars, write to
V. O. UEKCKK.
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
a . ' i a 1 . T . a.
BltlCK and STONE WORK
Dvrie on reasonable terms.
Address i amma Suars, or ihr u,h the rW OiSca
Importer anJ Dealei in
Gents', Ladies' & Children's Shoes,
II A 9 .
JUST H KOK I VK )
K tiKR AT VARIKT f UP
ISoofs SIiock & Slippers
Ladies' White Kid Button Boots.
JSB I II
T. B. MURRAY,
Carriage & Wagon Builder,
N. 3l Kug istiet-t, opKwile t si too House.
III, t l'hM I I'll I M' f H llo-U d.w la arUsr wilts
IIOItsKSIIOKIMi a SPECIALTY, aud all warffw."
wsrranted to give allsfactioD, and I guaraotsa la aa
over-reselling and interfering horses, or uo charge aasaa.
( AKKUlii: KEPAIKIMJ doi,a al 10T NO
TICK, and at
UK 13 HOOK 1? KICKS
CAM II .
CIVK Ml A CALL..
Gunsmith and Machinist !
No. 1 'J Kn g Ktre. I, Honolulu, II. I.
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND,
And for -!! o,
ALLKINOS OF FIBE-ARMS
CEXS, HKEElll liiiziE KUOIM;
or All Ktasla atw. 4 M altar.
foii srouTm; ri RPost-s.
Tr A.OI-ITTVISW I
All Kindsof Machinist Work
AND SATISFACTION GU ARA NTKKD.
17 Orders from the Other I.lsnds will meet With Froaaal
IVTnw IYXa.cliinc Shop.
INTO Ill's '.4T A ULIsll.
1 1 MK!ST, at No. 20 King Hirer), a flnt new
Is now prepared Iu
Execute Work in His Line,
With quick diopati h, al low raiea.
GUNS, LOCKS, " -
Repaired, Ground or 'Filed.
NO JOB OF WORK REFUSED.
Cutlery and Surgical Instruments
JV TKNr CENT .rOT3
Will receive as careful attention as any other.
Several 3 to 25 Horse Power Knglnra, vhb or without Hull
era, new, and in perfect order. For sale cliesp for cash.
r Orders from Hie other Islands can fully attended to.
niy21 m No. 'JO Kinf Street, opposils SlsMoa Ilous.
111 F. I' XIIKKHIGMCI) II V.flH TO INFO KM
his CuKtomrs awl the public generally that
1 1 IZ IIVH RIIOVKD
Ills Business to Hie
SHOPS ON QUEEN STREET.
Adjoining II. II ACKFKLb Ji CO., war h. I.
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS
Cane and Dump Carts,
A Iso, lo attend to
I fll ALL ALSO KF.LP a
Knll and Comxlote Stock
,, . Carrisgt Trimmings,
1'sinU. Vsruiihes, KeBne.1 Hsr Iron, '
Norway snd Hwede Iron, Horse-shoes,
Cumberlsnd Coal, Oak, Ash and Hickory Planks.
Wiote Wood, A c., ac. '
Which I am Ofloring
; i3i' riocic prices
Ml VrJtrn Fllh'1 uUh Pnmytnnt and Dispatch.
Ti..n.-.k. i .
J hanking (he public for psst pstronaKe. I hope BY A CON.
STANT K.N UK VoR TO e ATI FY WV rATKON8.t
a continuance ol tht same.