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ADVERTISER, JUNE 23, 1883.
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SATURDAY. Jf 23. 1-13.
-e during the a-t week lids been quite
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v. " arrival of several cargoes of m
-kpji-e rata the C'i..-t a
tud Boston have
karrH a er Iiiv a'pt-i-t. I lie fiuu s. .
rity of good uw tu th inrt-t r (5' t? 1
equal to tte deiuana. 1 roiu
jjuOl D ?r Lns" r'"' ' "r
' f,rod ace fi the
a quantity of firtw b.
tie, Lorsa ,.nd bev t
poru Lav been rsii;
200 buncL. The ra'
TUe St. Lawrence bti
coaJ. and the Hop witi
a boot t aail, and thi M
got away yesterday.
) 750O KallJ
irom tuat time
from the day of
tb next aix iuotitLi.
Laat Saturday Mr. AJiuk sold J'J lots oeiotigiug
to the I.uuilil estate. 1. itcd near the park, and
ura ftur oi live oti.cr ;c:- i .u pricr r..--iiz;d
were gHd, bal ut lit ! f i .u tu.- l-.i uie wjlin.
uuw that tuat itt I tid x.i.
Ia ttit liictixn r.xlut .ldiiu j ;ti ba.i:i24
La Leeu quiet tlir uul, iciliiu; tue u -ual
Tit atu'k4 u t inu- li ot truprtnictf Lai 1--u ijuo
C We append tki (.llii:ij .tati.i.i :
' HwaokM sur Co -
-Kliaaea aar (.'u 1000
Kclua Snar 'o 1
Make Saar Co. Hwt
Ovatmla Bug.r 'o - I Coo
HtlcaSuar Cu. 6vw
Vvaioea Sugar Co. ........... ..1imj
Haiku Soar Co...
0lowlo Sugar Co 1"0
VTaiauaa Co 1
Waiuiaaalo Suar Co ......... lu-
Onotara "ianT bon.l.. ........ .
Eahala ingr Co
Tlia Wtilnki iii;ir Co ... ""
t alon lill
tar Mll Co
lul Mailt rUutail-u Co
Orova Rau:a l'laratti..u I'o -.Vj
racioc silir Mill
Hawaiian Bell TaU-pb..u o I
-Hawaiian K K 3W
wlaaului R K
Iater-I.lao I Sreaiu Maviyariou I'.) 1J
C. ktrawrr A C . i.p.ay ! w-ri-antil-)
UlMim . k :. K.u. li 100
a It HI V I.M
r tiabi, froiu iTtnu't anJ Kauka-i, Hawaii. I
' " " ' . from Nawliiarill. Kauai, with IsU
Vil.W lf.v I'.tildy
(rota ali-kafiA. Eaual, wrlti 7'A)
ii. br ' m Lahama, Maul, Willi
) Kfi y W l.arreU ruolaaa
-Ur Jrnuu Wv l'apaikon, Hawaii. villi
Hi. La ir'uiiar.
1 S.-lir t"Uam. frjtu Ki-awae. K ihala, Hawaii
s. hr I.uka. frm Fun., U twaii, with aOi-or la wil
bt-br Mui teikL, fruta W.xil iJ, Oahu, with bag.
M-br Mary Alu-e, from Kaiualu alolokai, with 400
tu aU(ar, 4" bar. eta tu -iawea and Hi hidta
4t-br Ketianluolii. (run Ua-alel, Kauai, witb 'JOS
4. hr Mary E, I -tr. ir aoaiua, Hawaii. With
ttt baa au."ar.
Mvbr Ktiikai. It Waial.i )aba, witb li7 bag
.uar an.l b' ( t ly.
S.-nr Ka M'li, irota I.aii;.alio hiS, Hawaii, With
cbr Faiatil, from ioki, lliTail. Witb 2C3o
lilmr Jame. Makee, M'1 li il J. (ro.n Kauai,
with 111 basaautrar.
ScUr Catenna, from HauaU-i. Kt.u., wila .'.H bc
.aae an J ba.;a paddy.
l-f H " LCUirear. Pxi(;in ie la Mai -on Neuf,
Commau.ler, li d a from labitl
Jane A Falkenbwy, iJ-xilman, II day from Sau
Atnr bk Hopw, i'eulall'af . Irom Port (ramble.
1 I' 3 F.aaal, !- ormii-k. C.iuuiau ler, .Id daya
C'OVTWl.r Wduel ay, Jul. ao.
wtb Maafoo. ftuu Koolau. Calm, witb 7CC ba, paddy.
-t.nr Jarnea 4akrr M. Dju.H. lor Ka ;.ai
riluir Waiiaaoal .. Nel,u. for Waiuaanaio OaU
M, hr J.iiuia VTalksr, ..r i a;ikou. Uasall.
K-U- fcuunai. I'r Waialua, i auu.
a. br Mankaai, for Nawibwlli
aicbr KekauluwLl. lor Uaaai.-i, Kaati
Ctt-TWKK -Twar-Jay. J.u ii.
ttnr Waiiuaualo. Nrl u, fratu aa.uauaio, Oaou, witb
H-br Malolo. imu Uak.i.-tt. Ilaani, witb IAI ba,;
""ctr llalrakala. frou IVi-eekeo, Itaaatt. wnb io ta
tr..ui I aupa toehoe. II if a, i, with 11
4 hr 1-eaua, iro-u K .bot.k l H.aau, w.lb :
Bark rHiii.nan .. viica, !' da. i. -m .ton.
iir.4 v. ia aiey-r. 1" i.c iwui ?a ti-.n.-ia.j
Hr.l litf l'H:".
Jan l iuij l.ikelik-, Mn.', for uaul aul Hawaii
.-.uir K.la.u-. itoT, -s af .. tor Kabuiui. Ja"'
t ur i.rb u . u a. e 'Hal aud M.loaa:
'loir H Jk .li.. 1 ifT, . i- oaua
- t ur C K U .uoiy. '"a a-Mu, l r ra.i...
sV-arOeu l ti'l - a
. In 1'ou nki. I r r'u i t. llaa
.-tsr vai ,u. 1j .Iliko, M.ui
a Ur .iii ui,('J( rt'i iniaui ilae.a, .ixLa
pvnr M'i Ke.kt tooUu, Oaiiu
17 t iar City
of .Ve Vor-. I o'ab. I-r .luikliua aui
i i)i.ur l.k I-iiW ira.-f. Uu. Ue. f.
3a a tras-1.o.
C. aiwi-' tbursday. Juus Jl
scar Netiie vi-rml i r i. .naia. M at.
acnr M r. r.i r. a-ua.p. baa:.
eclii UUiiiei, f'-r Kol..a. kiun.
aKhr Mesfoa t-r Koolau, Oabu
I "Ki ll..
v.. k tor. at Oilera. lot 3au t ranc.scj
fi L'Clauear, lua ,m
la Mai-).. Nea , fo: jib
ii A iwM-lri.y, lu.c-.J
Stair Waiuoa.o.Nioa-for . ai uaaalo. OaLu
ciia -Thul iy, lonoj-.'i.
aVcnr Mol fcveiai, fro.n F, O.bs.
t oasTw.ir, -Friday, Jaue 11.
sVkr SLaUiuai., Lorn i ksia. Ui., wub I7.U iai
"auar Ibaa, l.urrau, f.Jia M.ai and Maiokai. with
Ks bg-s au ir aa 1 40 -beep.
uKf iUi -C
j.i "r . '
bj- Mol. for ra.aiu!.ll 'h', ii.aall
aKhr Caterina. f-'t Itaualei, aa lal
rKbr Eoolau, for i'ahu
toatio. triJir. '' ''
M.'tuiu. -lai . allu. mtiuufn
'ti.(.e:tvs T . a i
Hon bark ll.-iuuun.i o--a
r at-ar urx, ule
Auien au bk :-tell. Pool?
Maw bk kalaaaua, Mule:
Aaabk Caat:rieu. liabuai-J
irx bk lar.ifli'i-. "IJ
H NustntJiu, Fuve
Ba St l-awreare, V ebb.
Bane Jane A. r alkeat r-, l al uu
Asar bk Mope, utailo
sik fllltlBJSO B. Aileu, Kld.lle
Bnt W. U. Meer. leijey.
Ha:ua Amelia. ..ewball
tern Mary Hoi e, l a it
' O . i" .
V 8 ,
I Ir.ia Farrii Hrl.
If bk Ittereue, from I.laerpH.
Am bk Canopit.. fr-m Bve.neu
air abip Sbarviou, from tla.'i. Jui
Ana bk3partaai..ro.ley.f.o;a New V .ik lalv
Unt aciur Oleuel. ?peeeulT. fro.n I 4 rauc... j
Am battie Mono-, i- u II lain-i It , d le
Am bk U pw. CenhailoiV. f wa V rt . i utuc
Bnt bk Lie of Amrle-e, Uuaey, iro u t.i.irp oi
fctr bark Cba-. troui Ijvi-rpool
P ASHK.Vl. m.ii..
Frata !. l-rau. is.-o, per Cit, of N-w ork, Jui.e 1. -Mr
Tillmaa Mr U trreen. Mr M Hyman, Mr J K J .rd.n,
vJp J U'r, Mr tteorje ' Beckley. Mr A Herln-rt su 1
. "Mr and Mr J F HowIt, Mrcrre l.u. . Mr
Lo!.M?C.rleJ l.shel, Mr Chan-', Ur and Mr 4
i". rter MtV- Uclntyr. Mr L AM u.rk. Mr an I Mr
."-tTlAow.rl Banhford. Mr Jme WeUh.
Vriaa Mr Heiuboer, Mrtreore FWeiia, Mranl
wJ Ti Pre, Mr. I C SriM. Mr.. W R..th.hil I. Mr A
KTIrLrle llrarr.il L ., .IJm.-, M r and Mr-J F. r-srie.
MrTi-.. Hu-elMr C U jValluat. M I rMtman
Brts-axocke. Mr W 11 unsto. e. " '
Xr Charles tl lrvlire aa.1 tn-'hter.
.... i v r . - a LT XV
VTvr.xiriiir, .n.1 11 Culn.-sa. TbsoC&h t-'AHIM : Mr W
TweaTer Mr and Mr A Johnston. Mr f U R-u.. Mr aad
Mr, O-ori. W Wrrht. Mr A Uy. Mr H l .Neubsta.tler
MrW J DW.. Mr C B Low-, Mr H -cry Piaa. jr. Mr 3 T
Mr R kv Cras, Mr V Mr-n M.t l i-iipt; , air
Mranl Mr.WH Wair-
- xr A Woo-l worth. Mranl Mr J W Frau.-i and on.
tt'FcZM. M- W Ol.phan, Mr W K Ued,-e. Mr J ;
UT I ' bbXAwV- -VAl r A ja -a a s v aaaa'w...
nd Mr J r Morao. Mr H 2 Mat. MrU Stimnereille, Mr.
1 liayri,- au-1 2 rfullrea. Mm ii iieyualler. Mr J Witt
k.'w.ki, Mr8M.-Mi,ur. wrT I U il Mtrr, Mr t Mun.rer
Mr W b 1H lur, VrC kolistiij. Air A .-ituou and Hwer,
From -a h p-r ,lue A ! si k-r: ! tuv, luLe 17
llr J K Willw, Ml S si.il. , .'.Ir iril Mrt J,lu limiiUl
Vv.1, ,1'l. rri L -.iti.-rlaii 1. H tui.y, J vi I y Vt-. v
4n..u M,ui in I Huiii, Jni- 11. Prof.
.1' Al-nu lr, Mr F M f.e Llry, D KsmaloiJi, K
J t'.i, V l'riuhrt M O ('oni, j:i-t' 3 C l.uhiat. Mi-
i-u lark. Mr r Ku- M .yU, K illlaiu. t .-u-cuaun.
M t!v. J kant-ikna. Mr Km. ii iuinw-ii.
. t II 1,L,...
" a . ,n . . i . T.... - r.k. ... . L'...
i it-ouit. aa.l 12 J-i k.
or blaaai. ur Jauic alar.-. 4uue 'JO - Hi Kio!ltLtj
K fcaati 111 1 nu, Hon U kKLar Jaon, T H Fo-ter, lieu
Aucke, Mra L packtaaria an J i iLiljrau, aua out
For CiLului. rrr iviiatlpa Hon .lu 1 P A rieianux
a&4 ,n, V A bailey. O V Wiilfong. A CroweU. K M
:Wril, f H Tnr& aud wif-. M.n Joaphiar Carlon, O t:
strateuirycr. Mra A S WIUol Ear L Kra waruahi and
wife. itv S Kaiii nJ wile, 9 Timoto Mr. H Eui-
belaal, Rrr A Eaiuauaioa. M,tinaa)au, anj aUut ;
Fur M.ui aud Il.taPL.i l, I.lk - 'L1! , 19 ilia Fx.
i cllenry J O I.mf4.i.. , r,v ."'V.'!fitt Hr
i til -.hod wnii.. M.n 11 a.u."----tj -vjjt '
Tf-t.u, Mrs Hiil. o r. VJ. .jr i ii,
.r I. ..v
u bHuir, .Uiwaale, J Ku.j
Saarir, J II priu. ijr Ana Si,
'-vereti. Mra K f
v , UllXl. I
ra T Walt.,.
uod ab.i wile. rariw oroUip
ton, F J l ake, II J Urr, Uoo
Le.lie. J M LyJ-"ht.
liani. VI in. MaiV
k. A il Smitu W A
" right. W K Will
t- ' ka ... i r v...li.a
17.. . lt lw tf
kahlki aoii Wllr. o 1 Nl
Nicltula, Mi. Mary thi. M.. ..
Fwr Kauai. Ir " R BitU'iu, June 19. Hi. i...
r" Kau aiJ w.f . (' a-i 1 V Bvn t.kfreviuk. Vr I. Y"CJ
Mi a r K Hart Ma-ier J Hart ol 1 ii Juil l. Huii K r
I ti-.rue au i wife. K VT 1 I'urvi.. lr i K Suiitb, Mi-Kt'ber-
luan, aad about 4 deck.
For Maui auJ Mi'l'ikai. Ikt Lt-biia, Juu 19. About
For aa I-rau i.-o, per Lilly rai-e, luoe 11. Sugar
S4)i;.'-. i a ll- In ookr; 174.7M lb.. U vV' Marfarlaua
Co, 9i .'(l lb.. Wilder 1 o; 4.j; lb. UytuaD Bros;
Ki.-e Ibv M b 'friubauaj 4 C0- 0.j b. Vfinic'
Wo Tai it Co; lrf.'ioo lb. VI Pb.llip. t Co: 4U.0O-) lb',
lui 1 UoUi Ca. Value, d laa.U.-, i -).y '.' 79.
From Sau Frau-i.-o. tar brif W. f .Vlevcr. Juna 1
! Mr Fred Neary. ft J Xuuw, 7. W H-lfuiau.
j From Maui and Molokai. pe' Lebna, June II: Mra A
l uoa and i-bild, Mi- luut Mra Weibr, L A Tbur.toa
j and i deck.
j For aau Fraui l.co. per bark Forest tueD, luoe 21.
; Kev A Clark aud wife, K rruilli, J A Brail,, Cha. frram.
i luou, R illllx, Mr. Johuou. i' 1. Thoapnb, J W .-haw,
j Mra i'.aui.ey and ton
j for Miirouesiau I.lan.l., per Moriiltit; Star, June it:
; Mr. Walku. au l child, li-. Catbearl, KerW H Eapu,
I Mra Mary li laka and uu, V Kamakalol au I wife, Misa
Huuj au 1 5 1 filbert Islander.
M KM OH t M A.
IJciK.rt of tlK- etiliuiau b. All.-u, Kldnde, Ma.-llir.
Ift liostoa February Ctb, aud experienced fair and gen
erally favorable wiuda, witb uiodernte wt-atber, until tbe
li irn i r ai he.1, wheu aoiue roncU weatber was experi
enced, but tne nea wa tiot unusually boisteroua fur tbat
Latitu le. Them e tu the Krt of liouoliilu uottiing extra
oiilinaty in the way of win 1 or -term waa rurvuntered.
and thi. port wax reached alter a voyage ol ii:i day..
i'.epoit of tbe brig W, II. M e, er. iieiau. , .Ma-tcr. Left
-an Kiio.l.u Jnur 0th and lor I lie fir. I four d.va ekje-neu.-td
rou.'b wt-attu-r, with strong wcof-rly wiuda, which
were succeeded by more favorable breeze and excelleut
weather, which continued until we arrived in oort. June
Jl, after a paaiae of 15 days.
The Steamer City of New York, Wiu B Cobb. Comman
der, .ailed from 'au Fram-i-r-o June loth. (dia harging
pilot at 7 -V) t. M .) have tieeu detained until June 6th by
the non-arrival of the Knirlixh mailt, and then again by
iiuexpei'ted repair to the enyim to the time of tailing.
A. rive I at Honolulu on the Kth at Lit. r. a.
E. T. Flatt, l"i.rr.
A bark, barkeutme aud two -hoouer. outside.
Kejrt of the barkeutme Jane A Fulkenburv?, Goodman.
Master I-ei t ran Frauci.co June 3rl, tlrxt 1 day had fresh
westerly wind, durin? w hich we ran tt.1t miles from thence
to tni port, li.-ht trale. and Hu weather. Arrived iu Ho
nolulu June 17th, 1 1 Jayt pa-wae.
I M ! KTS.
From r)au Francisco, per Jaue A Kalkeubii.IoB'-r, 17
lul !xa u--ar. 1IU Uc-s nail., I M h- be in, 110 tin. crack
ers, 1' H ca-w. breail, 1 JT ir.!i tl mr. ttil sktrrain and feed,
S4H bales hay, 3 1 pl:;(HJbxv t ii.ac.-o, , pksa winea aud
liquors, I'.i bla lime, 9 bale twiue. 27 pkr. furniture and
pr-oDal etfis-U, 10 bx. potato-., luo door., 5 pksf do, l'J
ptcr arm. aud amtnuii lion, 1 piece aud pk:; of iron
and other hardware. J'7 pk- t;-ueral im-r. haudie, 3000
redwood post, i l.i.X) brick., 1 hore, 1 buvrr.
J'rolu Sau Freuclsco, per brn; W H Meer. June .'1 11
kejf L-ad, i- hoxe Kl', 4 ca- shells, MJ bale bay, 2'J
case .ii. 1711 bas dour, bid lime. ai k potatoes,
Z2,'H) bru k. iid .ack bran, J4 pk ifitnpowder, 91,'MJii
hlu ;le., 'M t m sand, 'i0 sack com, I.VJ bbls Kalmon,
1.191 post, an 1 a (luaucily of t,T.M-eri... aud yenenl mer
chandise. From li.xttou, per fitillui iu H. vllen. June ai. Geicoil
cor 4ae, 6 iron Mtr-, '2 refrigeratory i' i door. HI nest
trunk.. Li uest yellow wl'f, 'li keg n.ili. 7 eas-s bed
ding. 6 case marble and irauiie, I carriage, j pianos, Co
ii. furniture, -J75 oar. ) iluz-n blankets, ivi:) cases
petroleum, 22 toes, 4 i bbl. ber, 1 whale boat. 8 iron
doory I 1 cave la.u;, i.Vi bad- oakum, . bbls cement,
j'Jl'i bdl. .hook-. It." beail-. '7i half-barrel ebooks 47b
half-barrel he 1.. J 12 oik pl.uk, 2 Vi bbl. refined oil, 7:1
-ao sbes. 2 res- t jba. cj, . ;.i cuet Keueial merebaa-di-w
au 1 uu ine.. Ia trau.it tor ilonkon.;. ti5 ton coal.
For -jo Fran'i:-. i-r tore t ijjerii. Juu" 21. sS.njar
l.JU ll) 10'. lia keld Jk : M:. it do. Biewcr it Co;
4-1.61 do. I'uilli;iit o: 1 .1.11 l i, Hy.um Bro. Faddy
4 .".'i7 lb. J T VVAteruou-. Mola-na 7,1 r0 italloba. i W
Macfarlme k Co. Bauaua- 11 bun -he, S M Carter it
Co. V alue, domestic, $ .! 1 uj.
m t kicif:i.
At ?t. AuIh-W t'atbeiral. S.iudiy, .Line 17ih. by the
Kev. tle. Ma. kiuto-h. ir. M Uavid Oynlai- Walter
of Lihue, Kauai, to Mis l.aU ll i, habiu Fowler tf
ATKIXSON Iu Sia Fru.iii, May 2.i, M Lillian tiuyce
Atk.in.ou, daiiht.-r of Koie li. aul tne late Joliu P.
Atktri-oii. aui -i.b r t Mr. i'ml At.iuou, of this tity
a. e l lij yiam.
Tue French IUia.
The I'reucU wni-hip, L'Eclaireur, which nr
: ive l iu rt on the 17th iustaut is a rnui of
; lOU tou diSi'lactfiueut, Hud is now on her hrst
j cruiso. She wis built iu 13.S0, nud is la-:hioued
According to the lute.-t pattern of warships of
i ber clSs, biiviug three power; ul engines uud be
ing capable of attaiuiuj u speed of tifteeu knots
i aa Lour. She has a couipb-iiieut of 19 men, aud
i is iu every way well equipped for nioderu uavat
! warfare. Iu view of the rupture, which has re.
cently takeu place betweeu the French aad the
! Chinese UuvcriiiucBts and the imminent pro-
' pt t of a hotly-coutested war betweeu the two
; Dowrts. Fin net cau safely look forward with
' cobli lencc us to the issue of the coutest, if her 1
: nnval vessels ure generally as well appointed aa i
, the l.'La lniieur. which uo comes from Tahiti, !
where ehe has beeu ou the peaceful errand of j
couteyiuo uu eclipse party consisting of deputa
tions sent out by not only the French, but also
' the Au-tiain uud Italian (ioverutneuts, but which
uiuv rie louj be iiininoued into (Chinese waters
to bear 4 pult ill the fol tbcOLuiug War. ccord
iui' to latest advices from abroad, China is mak
ing icuntic prepuratious to resist the French,
who have already hud some engagements with
' the Chinese iu Touqiuu, a province to the south
of the Celestial Kiupire, over which Chiua
' l ia.uis the riht of a protectorate. Uut in order
to defeat the effort of her cL'eur, the French
authorities huve, already, order.! several of
th'-ir irou-clads and cruisers to proceed from
vatioiis parts of the world to Chinese waters,
and, although the I.'Eclaireiir toes from this
ty.dt ou Thursd-iy for Su Francisco, it is by no
u. cutis improbable thai she will there receive or
ders to repair to the scene of hostilities. No
Jiubt her gallant uud experienced otijceis and
s,t ll-iiiilled crew- would 1 please) with an op
portunity tu add ur lu-lre to the many pa-t
national glories of Frauce, and acquire for
themselves that fame nud martial distinction
which is bo dear to every truly French heuit.
Tiie following is a list of the officers of the
Capitaiue de fregat. Commandant Fougiu Je
la M aisun Neuf.
Lieilleuitnt ite vakss!iii, Koussell.
F.uscljne ile Valsscdll, draeS, N'ogaiet, LidlU,
Medeciu Major, Reyuaud.
Aide Medeciu, Brauellec.
Thl W. H. Meyer arrived fcfl" port lat night
from San Francisco.
Ma. J. E. Jukdin returned from tbe Coast ou
board the City of New YorK. His many friends
wel.-onie bini ba-.-k to Honolulu cordi -.iiy, and are
glad to tearn that he has enjoyed hij trip.
alra SulK.H a ...
. I H A l-7 rr
. J B Jon.. A If r " ' Holo-
......... . ... 1 "l v, .
SATC HI) Y
..JUKE 23. 1M3.
NSVS OF THE WEEK.
The KaiKti .t ttkin.; in :ur rapidly ye
Ttai. V. H. Mryrr i d-ii-Led near tte I.ikelike
wharf it ii:c F.-pItnsde.
Tat Sr. Lawrence l,u ti arrived Saturday frutu
Newcastle is anchored .ut ia thi- -rreata.
The bark H-.pc ii aul'.ad.n at the Tplanade
opposite Lewers A' I'uokr'j l ii-.r-.-r varu
Tv l.irl, ,r iinl i . -.it, ; ,11 ,-.)
. , . . , . , .'.
with abipa. many being frorn I(rcigii pti: ia.
Ills if t STT THE Ell. COCS tO WiiUiSLialo UD
tllA at,aInAr Win..n.l tbia morning.
o'clock, midnight. U.t nibt the city was
- . -1 . 1 . ... . . I
rr 1 aua me auujpuere very cvoi.
,' Tranriscw. 'eorge Lucai again on be
1 CAf.TaiM k.,v jyeJ bU viit to Saa
.- . "ll 1U Coj.
'ar. we underatacj. ; , . . u '
I'orne in the States niaiidf tb Mormmf
Tm ., . ' 't tu return t his
iL- U..Hd at ,J1C Ka"jrth f w i . u ..;
tion iu the .
tious are takeu
On- tbe 12th in.t. the .Sue
; her propeller. Siie will g ou. tu tu
way for repairn as soon as xisaible.
Last Monday uilit at 9:'JU o'clock His Majesty
nent the band to serenade the Honorable Ell wood
V.. Thome at the Hawaiian Hotel.
TaK Honolulu base Hall Club has been plactic
; iug lately, with a view tu having a match ou the
i iiecreatiou Ground ou the 4th.
Wii.Llaii Horam oilers to trot " Diamond "
1 agaiuHt any native-bred horse iu the Hawaiian
Ialands, for money. S?e challeuu.
Tut U. S. steamer Hartford left port Monday
latt to take some souudiugs. autt. returned yester
day. She has sailed again fwr tin- coast.
A M MBbR of the marines and sailors from the
French mau-of-war ware a. bore yesterday, and
they present a very ueat and robust appearance.
Thi: heavy rainfall Saturday night will doubt
less have the effect of replenishing thj reservoirs
that supply the city with water aud relieve the
minds of those who have bee a endeavoring to
create au excessive alarm.
hi m.vEss, yestciday, appered to be livelier thau
for some time hitherto. Evidently Kamehameha
lay created a demaud for many cwmmodities, for
au unusual number of people were out shopping iu
As yet very few or no sailors or marines from
the L'. S, r.teanier Essex have visited the city. Iu
view of some cases of absence without leave from
the I. S. steamer Hartford, it is probable that
caution will be used about permitting privates to
Tut I'olice Court record was rather long yester
day, but it iu fact included the arrests for three
days, Sunday, Monday aud Tuesday last, and con
sidering the celebration of the 18th instant as a
holiday, the average number of arrests was not
The nioou light concert given by the Hawaiian
Hand last evening at Emma Square, -was quite well
attended, aud the music discoursed was fully up to
the usual high standard of excellence that has
made these entertainments sv popular among the
residents of Honolulu.
Tut: following gentlemen are registered at the
Hawaiian Hotel: F. Speucer. Waiauae. Hawaii; F
F. J. Hotfiuau. W. Kellogg, C. 1 ltees, O. C.
lierrymau, H. O. Julian, D. I. McCartney. C. E.
James. W. H. Parker, M. L. Rath and Lewis A.
Yorke, ofticers of the U. S. steamer Essex; George
H. Case ton, U. S. A.
AnvEiirtsEMENTs for the Daily P. C. Aovi Brisi K
will be received at this oiBce hereafter up to 2
o'clock a. M. This will give basiiuss men au
opportunity to seud iu their advertisement at any
time during the evening, or fore part of the night,
for publication the following day.
Tar ship that passed port Moudiy, bound west
ward, stopped iu the iieighhosnood of Waiauae
where she drew iu towards shore, and last night a
gun was hied from on board of her. She ia evi
dently iu search of Honolulu baiiio. Mr. Rich
ardson, at Waiauue, reports that she seams to be au
Thk portrait of Miles Rros. horse Liugford Jr.,
whi.-h Mr. J, E, Str.mgJJr. has linished aud hung,
ou exhibition iu Messrs. I.vcau .V Johusvii' show
rooms, repic-cut- the horse at full speed making a j
mile on the Park track iu 1.47 we should judge.
Mr. Strong has succeeded in portraying the action
of the horse in a very spirited style, and we con
giatulate the Miles Bros, iu the possession of both
horse aud picture.
Some ecceutiic or mischievous individual has
been amusing l.un.rlf of late by sendiug auouy
inou letters through tho postoltuv to several of
tbe fair young ladies of thi city. Tbee epistles
contain nothing positively atrocious or even decid
edly objectionable but they have beeu iu some in
stances a little annoying aud are evidently writ
ten with a view of doing something "smart." If
the author is discovered it is likely that he will be
made to repent, and a teue for his assumption aud
Tuis evening Mr. Maccabs. who has already
proved his ability to eutertaiu aud amuse before
two large and select audiences iu this city, will
give another performance with a totally new pro
gramme. Great curiosity is expressed as to how
Mr. Maccabe will personata the entire Ji-amjtii
jjrrnr of the burlesque drama which he pro
poses to present, but no one for a inomeut doubts
bis ability to do so after having seen his rapid
! transformations ou the occasions of his former
I utei tainmcuts.
J Do those- who hv ' some distance from the shore
' ever think how attiac'ive the harbor is these uioou-
light niehts? Nor i. .-eally pleasurable boat ride
hire a ueat little craft; get u"-7 of youi frieuds
who ure good companions or singers to accompany
you aud row out iuto the harbor at night when
"Ye star, that are the poetry of Heaven" cast a
mild sheeu over the docks and shippiug. and are
mirrored iu thf placid silver surface of the waters.
Then, if you have a pat tide of seutiinent or ro
mance alnuit you. there will be uo difficulty iu
finding sntUcient enjoyment. Nature assumes her i
fair, resplendent aspect once a while especially for
our benefit; and those who lelong to the society for
the prevention of cruelty to animals particularly
ought to patronize nature and Luna
The new O. S
warehouse is already nearly
two-thirds full. I be cargo of the ue is
The cargo of the Suez is being
placed in it. aud about 12.0)0 bags of sugar
brought from the other islands are placed under
its roof. There are sO.iVOO bags of flour ou the
cement door, tbe greater purt of it baviug been
takeu from the Sue. Tii. trucks aud track used
in moving freight froiii'aud to vessels at the wharf
' work like a charm. Everything about the ware-
house has evidently been designed by au ex
' perieiiced aud practicable man. but we think that
I the buildiug miht safely have b-en made even
! larger than it is, iu view of the probably lartje iu-
crease of shipping in the uear future.
A t-AKoE party .f visitors is expected to go to
Hilo. Monday, ou board the Likelike to visit the
! volcano, whi.'h it i said, now presents au un
i usually interesting sight. N" oue can obtain au
I adequate couceptiuu of the real appearance of the
i voh auic crater without paying it au actual visit.
' Some idea can iudeed be obtaiued from pictures
which have recently appeared in foreigu illustrat
, ed jvruals, but a mere picture is never quite the
thing however nearly accurate it may be. A late
. uuinber of the .S. '. M "i'-v gives a very authentic
1 colored illtiatration f a lava dow in Hawaii, re
. presenting a burning river falliug into a lak?. By
! the judicious use of colors the artist has succeeded
I in making a very realistic picture, and after bav
I iug one's curiosity excited by such a drawing the
I desire to see the original, if it exists, is natural,
j The picture of the Wa.p will do much to induce
J foreign visitor not to go avray from tneis Island
, without seeing Kilauea.
J The Stillmm B. Allen hi already begun dis
j charging her cargo.
The steam roller i at woik on tbe street between
Only two of the elixir Cliimiioiiers. ilriMs.
SearU and Tingle, have gone k Maui ireneral
bpauldiug hu gone tj Kauai to vi-it Col. .. .
'Trifc cabbage head of the "1 1-tK was Hot oil
exhibition at the shov-strange i-n't it?" Yes.
atiange; but the Bulirtu, dirt with a sqa-.ti iu it
was there all the name.
Thk Stilluiau b. Allen arrived ILuisdav from
Ilos to u with a tuiscellaneuui cargo for this port
and some oil, coal and nails iu transitu for Hong
kong. She is docked at lirewer' wharf.
C' vHfWN DoUU having taken command of auoiht-r
pirtty craft, Capt Au.iey. hi late chief on cer.
I tati-r cin.ru. ad ol me Sacz. e couvra;-aiate
both captains on their new ct;nmauds.
Can. Dona late of tbe O. S. S. Suez was mar
tied in Sau Francisco on the 5th of June, and ou
the following day started East ou bis bridal tour
bis destination being to visit the mother laud."
The Kawaiahaa Cemetery needs some attention.
Excepting the small enclosure back of the church
building which is kept in good order by private
parties the whom burial grouud ia iu a ruiauus
The schooner Haleakela arrived in .port Thurs
day with her jib boom carried away. She has
been handled very roughly by the wind and sea,
and Captain Crane iu his efforts to handle her got
'o of ins ribs broken.
frequently observed Jam a Faulkeuburg ha moved from the
f where she was first docked to trive ulacc to
She will now be found at
the IwaUui uuV---? wil1 discharge the
wharf whe"rJrf-V7 .
balance of her cargo. ys larw
Mrs. J. D. Ramsey took passage ou board
Forest Oueeu Thursday for San Fraucisco. Her
sou accompanied her. Mrs. Ramsey will remain '
for a short visit in California and youug Master j
Ramsey will begiu a course at college. j
- The building erected for the use of the Royal j
Hawaiian Agricultural Society's Show will be sold I
at auction ou Tuesday next bv Mr. E. P. Adams. '
Thnse who have need of rough lumber or the
read v-made sheds, stalls, etc., mav look out for a '
PosTMASTKk-GKNBHAL Whituev has 'made ar
rangements with Mr. W. R. Castle to have the '
latter's office on the Waikiki side of the postoflice !
buildiug moved back so that the other windows '
can be put in the postoflice for the accommodation 1
of the public. j
Some very estimable youug gentlemen amuse .
themselves of au evening by prowling ' around in
dark alleyways. We question their taste in prefer- '.
ring obscurity to the mild light of the full moon I
which is just uow sent around for the especial con- j
venience of those who go abroad by night. j
The new light in front of the postoflice was'lit up j
Thuixday night the first time. It is very brilliant, I
giving more light thau two or three street lamps.
It will be kept burning all night hereafter and will
doubtless have some effect on letter thieves who
presumably love darkness rather than 'light.
Tbe lots in the neighborhood of Kapiolaui Park
which were sold by Mr. E. P. Adams at auction
Saturday afternoon brought sums of from S2tI0 to
over S00O. Mr. S. Parker, Mr. S. B. Dole, Mr. J.
M. Mousarrat, Mr. H. J. Aguew and Mr. James
Campbell were the chief purchasers although
aeveral other parties purchased single lots.
Mr. Whitney the Postmaster-General is going to
have the old and easily opened locks remaining on
the lock boxes at the Postoflice replaced with new
improved ones as soon as possible. He has al
ready entered iuto a carre-qKnideuce with a tirm
iu the United States to supply the locks.
Ar the Chinese Theater last Saturday evening,
there was a very large audience, aud a play of
exceptional interest to the Celestials was per
formed. The heroes represented showed remark
able energy for they were perpetually going
through the process of decapitation aud reviving
to perform some prodegy of valor. Some good
gymnastic feats terpsichorean gyrations were exe
The steamer Houkow left St. Michaels May 2,
and is due here iu all this month. According to
advices received by tbe Board of Immigration per
Suez, she has ou board 427 men, .'i 1 7 vnuii-n, 143
minors (from 2 years of age upward) aud 575 chil
dren, making 1.4C2 souls in all. besides the ship's
company, so that the steamer will have the popu
lation of a small town ou board.
Class of '83.
The graduating exercises of '3 i, Oabu College,
took place last evening ut the Fort street church
before jt. full and appreciative audience, The
exercises commenced with u piano duet, Ojo
Ciralloa," by Mrs. Hauford aud Hiss Mary Bab
cock, a very bright, sp-irkiing piece, which tus
two ladies reudered in fine style.
After prayer by Pastor Cruzau, the Miss
Rentons, Miss Emma aud Miss Alice sung the
duet the Fisberu.au " which was followed by
first essay on "wiuds' by the Miss Helen L.
Hiiicbiaiad. The yoang toily treated this diffi
cult and unstable subject in a very pleasing
manner, touching briefly upon the value of
wind, iu a hygienic, morul aud comuien-iui
poiut of view.
Mrs. II an ford aud Miss Mary Hillebruud then
performed a piano duet, being " Symphony N'j.
2," by Hayden, which was weli piayed, but en
tirely too long.
Miss Mary T. Greeu then read an essay up u
' Hawaii. iu l5J2tl-lfji3." Tue essay was a brief
resume of the condition of these islands as found
by the first missionaries.
Mrs. lluufoid having a srvere cold, the vocal
trio, 44 The Violets," wis omitted, aud Miss
Mary E. Hiiebraud read uu essay on "The
March of Creation."
At the couclusiou of the essays tb.- '' sweet
girl graduates " (who had been hi leu with bo
quets dutiug "evening,) received th?ir di
plomas from Fro Jones with a tew ap
propriate words. The exercises then cou.-ludcd
with a piano duet by Mrs. Hauford uud Miss
Civil Summary Court
Justice Bickkrtom Thursday, Juue 21.
G. Went vs. F. H. Enders; action of assumpsit
for 675.25; settled out of court.
Ttal t3lrVi va Pn a)i i rfnt Snnn.l fV.-i n tha 1 1 It
ilist . relJieviu for a canoe; damage claimed. i2o:
I . , .,i.,:,.t:- r... .,t,;..
j i "
and $10 damage; costs $5. CO; Nahaku for plain,
tiff ; appeal noted to Intermediary Court.
naala aud Palakiko vs. Lee Ou, continued
from the 14th inst.; plaintiff discontinues the
case; costs $1.50; J. S. Kaulukou for plaintiff
and W. R. Castle for defeuse.
M. Ward aud N. McChesney vs. John R.
Silva; uo appearance of either party; case dis
missed; costs i2.7".
J. W. Lulling vs. R. Love; continued until
Kelii vs. W. Meyer and Makawo; case discon
tinued by plaintiff ; costs $3.50.
Thomas Lannou vs. H. A. Burns, Thomas
aud Walker, garnishee, coutiuued from lhe 14th
inst.; judgment for plaintiff for 14.50 aad costs
$4 SO; appeal neted to Intermediary Court.
J. B. Murray vs. J. F. Colbnrn; continued
until the 25th.
Akiona Pake vs. J. Waluneane; action for
damages placed at 2Mj; plea of general issue ;
judgment for plaintiff; damages $50; casts $5.55 ;
appeal noted to Intermediary Court.
The Fore. i tauten which sailed for Coast Thurs
day, took 14.337 sacks of sugar weighing 1.723
30 7 pounds ; 520 bags paddy weighing 49,597
pounds ; gallon of molasses and 50 bunches
of b- . jrjisn;iag a total iemenis value
SUPREME COURT CALENDAR.
July Ter-..;, IS.
Criminal Ciis Hawaiian Jcbi-
Kex v i Knnhana: a.sault and tattery.
I. ex -. I u : eutbezziement.
U -t t- Jo-i-pn Woodward ; house-breaking.
Hex s Kikaua; polygamy.
Civil Camls Hawaiian Jckt.
M. Mahuka, a tumor, by Lis guardian, A. Kosa,
and I-UiLia, ., S.K. llxni and Ruth Keeliko
Uni: Action oi Debt on Probate Bond. E. Pres
ton for plaiutitiV.
1). K Maho vs il. Kuiawa; assumpsit. J. L
Kaulakou for plointilf.
F. Vv. iialaibi vs Junius Keae; ejectment. E.
Preston for piaintifl.
Kauiahue, a minor, by his lather and next
friend, A w, vs Kabolakau, k. ; ejectment. Smith
Jt Thurston for plaintiff.
Kini, w., vs Napua: ejectment. E. Preston for
John Richardson vs J. W. and B. W. Kawai
nui; l;bc-l. Rascll i Preston for plaint i3; S.
B. Dole for defendants.
Civil Cases ilixko Jest.
Mahiuekeepapa and others v W. L. Wilcox;
cjvetment. F. M. Hatch ior plaintiff; W. L
Wilcox for defendant.
Mtihuk iliilii aud anothei v-? Hikualaui Hokon
1 et al.; ejectment. W. R. Castle for plaintiff; R.
; F. Bickertuii tor deiendaut.
Allen i T'loinpsou vs J. Kauai; assumpsit. F.
j M. Hutch foi plaintiff.
j Aua Jacobs B. tampbell; damages. J. T.
1 Kauluk tu for plst.utiff; R. E. Bickertou tor de
.iltelnte Aihuuna vs Ahi Kauidlii.V'sctuieut. W.
1 l?r or ilaiv-;V.- ""di -
9tl au: assumpsit.
K. H ICil.C??!
as fust .
ii. B. Dole tor plaintitl. ,
aud A. T At-
Johu Richurdsotr v K. a.-S "JainJiff.
kiusou; libel. Kussel A frestou lol
Smith aV Thurston for defeiiduut
Ckimisal Casks Fokkion- Jdbt.
Rsx vs Miu Lock; embezzlement. .
Rex vs R. Guive aud A. T. Atkinson; libel.
Rex vs Thomas (i. Thinni; libel.
Rex vs Francisco Feweira; rape.
Rex vs Yuay Oug; h anse-breaking.
Rex vs Kono Lain; opium iu possession.
Rex vs Kong Long See and Kong Sai; opium
CIVIL CASES, FORF.IOM TUBY.
Cecil Brown Admiuistrutor etc., vs Bishop Jt
Co.; assumpsit. Cecil Brown for plaintiff';
Smith A Thurstou tor delendants.
Aiooa va Y. Muuhap; assumpsit.
Monsarrat for plaintiff'.
Geo L. Fitch vs Thos G. Thrum; libel,
Russell aud F. W. Hatch ior plaintiff; S
Dole for defaudaut.
H. Ha i.-kfield .t Co. vs R. A. Macfie; action of
covenants. E. Preston, and Smith & Thurston
Chiu Heu Muuu vs Ly Sin Moi; assumpsit.
F. M. Hatoh for plaintiff; W. R. Castle for de-
A. Marque vs Ah In et al; ejectment. S. B.
j Dole fin pl-untifT; F. M. Hatch for defendant.
Mannel Siiveria Pcreira vs Aliug Ar Wong
I Quiug; ejectment. W. R. Castle for plaintiff.
I. I. Dowsctt vs T. R. Silva; assumpsit. E.
. Prtbtou tor plaintiff.
M.slees Tait A. Watson vs H. H.ickfeld fe Co.;
assumpsit. E. Preston for plaintiffs; R. F.
! Bick -rtoti f or defendants,
j Sittings in Banco.
j Kapelu and others vs Hoohoku ; assumpsit.
E. Preston for plaiutiff; J. Nawahi for defendant.
! In the matter ot the pi Jof of the will of Pu-
: haikola, deceased. Exceptions to the ruling of
; Associate Justice Austin on the trial. F. M.
j Hatch for petitioners; E. Preston for contestants.
j Chulau i C. vs Princeville plantation. Ap
peal irom the decision of Associate Justice Me-
I Culiy. Smith A Tnurstou ior plaintiff; E.
Preston for detetlaut.
Kilaueu Sugar Co vs R. A. Macfie. Appeal
i from decision ot C.iiif Justice Judd sitting as
; Chancellor. Smilh .t Thurstou for plaintiff". F.
; M. Hatch for defendant.
The U. B. T. Co. vs O. B. Telephone Co..
Plaintiff's appeal irom decision of the Chief
Justice iu Chambers,
j E. Ksko. vs Mr. and Mrs. Brodie. Appeal
: 'torn Circuit Court, 3.1 Judicial Circuit. E.
ou for plaintiff.
Maikui , et al vs A. Hastiugs, et al. Appeal
: from Coiumii.siout;rs of Rights aad Ways.
Saiiiiiy of the Mainmg SUr-
TL3 Morning Scar mailed, as expected yesterday
: at 4 r. it. An hour or so before she sailed from
: opposite Brewer's vvliui I a large number of people
i assembled ou board the .Stillmuu B. Allen, to
which she ya moored, and held a farewell uieet
, jug. The services were conducted by the Rev. A.
O. Forbes, and were opened by singing the hymn
! entitled "To The Work." which was followed -by a
prayer bv Rev. S. C. Luhiau in the Hawaiian lan
, guage. Rev. W. B. Kapu then addressed some
'. fare.vell remark.- to tliP assembly iu hi native
; tongue, anil old Father Mathew. oue of the res
' cued Jilbert Islanders delivered a short prayer.
The old man is evidently very devout and sincere,
j He distinguished hiiiiself wheu picked up at sea,
1 almost dead with hunger and exposure, by refus
ing to take a drop of the liquor, which was offered
him by bis rescuer-. His short aud earnest sup
i plication was followed by a short but very elo-
queut and enthusiastic appropriate address by Dr.
; S. C. Damon, who recounted briefly the c-ircurn-I
stances uudcr which the first missionary vessel
sailed for the South Seas over 20 years ago from
I this port and recalling the progress aud success
which had crowued all efforts iu the good cause.
Dr. D.nuou reverted to the circumstance tbat
: there was a great discussion, when the first mis
1 sion ship was stnt out from here, as to whether
cannon should be taktn or not. No cannon had
: been taken, however, and lie congratulated those
present on the fact that the Morning Star takes no
cannon, but instead carries a far more precious
; freight of Christain men and women to carry
enlightenment peace aud religion among the
inhabitants of the South t'acinc Islands, in con
clndiughis remarks Dr. Damon invoked the bene
diction of thf- Most High upon the ship aud her
passenger.-. Captaiu Bray tlfen offered up prayer,
bespeaking the blessing of Heaven for tho.e about
to depart, at the close of which the soug, "We
shall meet by and By" was sung and Rev. A. O.
Forbes gave a concise account of the purpose of
the voyage abuiit to begin. The Morning Star
tekes the boat which was picked up with the Gil
bert Islander back l i the very spot it first left.
In thi.- boat seven of the Islanders died before the
rest were picked up. Tii2 Rev. Forbes concluded
by wishing success to all the missions iu the South
Sea, and Mr. Lowell Smith pronounced the bene
diction. Soon afterwards the; brig sailed out of
harbor. Her own fla which is a white field with
a large star, aud a dove with an olive branch, was
not hoisted ltecause it is too badly torn. But as
she moved off gallantly from the wharves the na
tional rlan of the United States was hauled up and
down from her mast and the multitude as
sembled to witness her departure gave three cheers
as she sped awav before the wind. May she have
a fine voyage aud a safe return.
Ms. Fred. Neary, a well-known and enterprising
merchant of Sacramento, Cal., arrived in this city
per brig W. H. Meyer. He comes here on a visit
merely to procure rest and much-needed recrea
tion, and will return to the Coast when the Meyer
makes her. return passage.
Hotel s:treet, tetweeu the Y. M. C. A. build
ing and Fort street, has been covered with a layer
iif crushed rock and ii ur.T ready for ths steam
Red clockings are fashionable among llilo ladies.
The planting is uearly all nuUhrJ at Honokaa
; aud Paaubau.
j Dr. Gro4mau has paeed through Hilo e route
for Kau and Koua.
The Honokaa mill is still shut dowu, but will
resumo grinding ou the '25th of this month.
The weatber for lb last week his beeu very dry
and warm, but to-day (Thursday) we had a nice
' Old Songs aud Old Pictures. " an entertain
ment thus entitled will be held at the court-home
on the evening of June ICth, 18S3.
All, in anywise in sympathy with thi movement
are earnestly requested to ue every efiort to make
this proposed, entertainment a rininoial success.
The schoolmaster is evidently abroad in Qilo.
judging from the following verbatim copy of a Play
Bill that I noticed on the walls of a building here.
A slight shock of earthquake was felt at Hilo ou
Tuesday night, 12th instant, followed by a smaller
oue the direction was from east to west and it
caused the houses to vibrate slightly.
To be the first of a series of entertainments; the
proceeds of which will be held as a ueicleus (sic)
to a sum sufficient to erect a comfortable public
reading room in a desirable location iu Hilo.
The country from Hamukua to Hilo ia very dry
and in want of rain. PUntnm is being proceeded
with, aud most of the mills are at work. The roads
are iu very bad order, one bridge being closed for
We would recommend visitor to Hilo to visit
the hotel and restaurant of Mr. Ku See, where a
good table coin Lined with cleauline (which is
next to godliness) and civility can be obtained at
We hope the consumers of cod fish aud salmon
kuow that what they eat doe uot all come from the
Coast although packed iu American bokes. We
have seen the fish caught, dried and packed on
j4awaii,. wheu it appeared iu excellent quality, and
ss as good as the imported article
doubt it rrJUL"J s iu Hilo which, it is said
Who -tu k .
There is a tUi.v,. noi, K
duces leather of a good narLe.',7.ri
runs it and wheu the work is. done
mysteries that uo man can understand
with an order on seven different occasion foii'i.
no boss ' and only two children in charge.
We are glad to note that the Rev. Mr. Ttithill
has come amongst us with the intention of stop
ping, and hope the residents of Haiuakue. will con
tribute to his support. This is the only district on
Hawaii, I think, which has uo foreign church,
although boasting of a large foreign population.
The schooner Kauikeaouli arrived last week with
a full cargo, bringing all the materirl for the uew
landing. Mr. Lawrence haa commenced work ou
it, and judging from the looks of the material,
and knowing the capability of Mr. L-, we can
safely say it will be a good job wheu finished and
on which was much needed.
Ou last Wednesday. morning a slight altercation
occurred betweeu a Luna, on Paauhau, and" a
Chinaman, while hoeing cane. The Celestial
watched his chance when the Lima (a half Indian)
was not looking, and came behind him and
knocked him down with his hoe, and while Jow
dealt him three severe blows ou the head, which tn
any ordinary skull would have been instant deaf h,
but in, this ease will uot prove fatal. The mana
ger, Mr. Jarret, at once secured the Celestial and
tied his hands up to a cross-beam iu a houso. while
he weut for the Sheriff, bat on his return found
the house vacant aud its almond-eyed occupant
gone ou a tour from which he is not likely to re
turn. This puts me iu mind of an accident which
occurred to a teamster on a lfou.kia plantation.
Some time since a man who hails from the land of
shamrocks and potatoes was thrown from his
wagon, receiving a very severe cut on the aide of
the head, and when a few days after a friend said
to him he had a narrow escape, he replied that if
the cut had beeu on the side of his head where bis
brain was, he certainly would have been killed.
Father Leonora, the popular Roman Catholic
pastor here, is expected back iu July ; to the great
joy of his ocngregatiou.
At last the much wished for rain has put in au
appearance. Thursday evening we had a couple of
hours of good, solid rain and there is every appear
ance of rain to-day ; the wind having shifted
around to the south.
' Monday is to be kept as a holiday by the planta
tions here, but no preparations are being made to
celebrate the day. Numbers of people have gone
to Honolulu to attend the funeral of H. R. II. Ruth
Keelikolaui, and of course will profit by their visit
to Honolulu in order to attend the races.
Last Wednesday night between 7 aud S o'clock a
native named Pakui shot a girl " Haili " severely,
wounding her in the head, aud then shot himself.
The bullet peuetrated behind the right ear. The
girl is in a precarious condition, but the doctors
have great hopes of her recovery. A ooroner'. in
quest was held Thursday ou the body of Pakui and
the nerdict rendered was ;. that he came to his dea th
by his own hand or by the hand of some person or
persons unknown. It peems that Pakui was rather
flighty at times, and that he had beeu iu the lib la t
of consuming great quantities of liquor.
Theodore Lf.hmas, the barber who left this city
about two months ago for the Coast, died iu Oak
land on the 17 of May. He first came to t.'itsa isl
ands over thirty years ago from Australia where
he was born about the year 1828. He will be re
membered among old residents as oue of those who
got up the famous bogus gold discovery bbout the
year 1 SCI, when certain partita were duped iuto
the belief that the precious in fetal had been dis
covered in paying quantities ou this Itland. Mr.
Lehman was married iu this country to a half
caste, and subsequently divorced. Ue has left
what little property he had at the time of his
death to a citizen of Honolulu.
Last evening as the James Magee left the wharf
for Kauai just after the plank for the use of thosc
who get on and oil' the boat had bceti taken in a
native woman tried to jump ashore and as she en
deavored to do so fell overboard. After much
scrabbling about a man'succeeded in getting hold
of the woman's hand and she was assisted to get
on shore. Her husband, who was near by appeared
to be somewhat indifferent about the whole affair,
but when his wife was restored to him with drip
ping garment he laconically exclaimed: "You
The uew brick building in course of construction
on Nuuanu street, niakaL. of the structure occupied
by Wing Wo Chang A Co., is rapidly going up
under the supervision of Messrs. Walker aud
Treadway, the contractors. They are certainly do.
ing a good job for Mr. Stephen Spencer, who,
through his agent, Mr. H- Yt'iqeruann, authorized
the construction of the building, which, when com
pleted,, will be two stories high, exclusive of a base
ment, the whole divided into two complete- sets of
W. Taylor, lately arrested for house-breaking
with felonous intent aud.jrtnrided by the Police
Justice on Tuasd&y for trial on the 22d inst., ha,
for a long time, been known in tb city as an in
dnstrious, thrifty laborer, but it is said that re
cently he got to gambling aud lost all hi savings,
and this probably was the indirect cause of hi.
THitoruH the courtesy of Payrasr.ter Lewis A.
Yorke, of tbe Essex, we are enabled to give the
following corrected list of the ofiicers of the V.' S.
oorvette, in the order of their rank : Commander,
A. H. McCormick; Chief Engineer, D. P. McCart
ney; Lieutenant, M.-R. 9. Mackenzie; Surgeon. M.
L. .Ruth; Lieutenant, . H. Parker; Passed !
Assistant Paymaster, Lewis A. Yoikn; Lieuten
ants Wainwright Kellogg, Karl Rohrer, C. P.
Rees, W. M. Irwin: First Lieutenant Marines,-;
Q. C. Berryman; Passed Assistant Engineer, F. J.
Hoffmann; Ensign, O. H. Dunn; Assistant Engi
neer, jL Bavington; Pay Clerk, Charle3 E. James.
li 00, 20 0O
Saturdav, June V oi. wo oo
, si o
. , . A 0o
Mckio, charged with useau. i-.
pleaded t guilty and was remanded.
Hopinophino, charged with Uiceuv f chc
en. .lt.-iJed not guilty and was remanded. (
Pahao. charged with Jisordfily t'otid.'
-i i .i t i...t arse ennvicied and
uipautnj uot tuiiit, " -
tenced to seven daya imprisonment, nv
Job Nil. George Neil and Chart en ,
charge,! with trueuey, were seut bin k
Yuav Oug. charged with larceny
l.rt.l not tMliltV tut 'i3
im.ttvl for trial at the Supremo Court .
Ah Moon, Chan Hook and Sun Man reman 1
ed from the 12th; Chuu Hook pleaded guilty
and was flued ?5, cot. $3.25; Ah Moon aad
Sim Man dismissed.
TL'isDA Y, JCNK 19fH.
. Twenty-six cases of drtiukeuuess wer dock
eted aud disposed of as usual.
Lee Fan, ch.srfjed wilh furious driving, for
feited tail. $10.
Apiki, charged with assault aud buttery,
pleaded guilty and was fiued $t; cots $1.
James Campbell, charged with disorderly con
duct, was remanded.
In the case of S itu Kukuma, charged with
disorderly coudiK t, a ttolle proscqu! wa
Kiki, charged with lurims driving pleaded
not yuilty, but was eouvicted uud fined $5;
Xui and Ah Hong, on satue i bars';', foifeited
bail, $10 t-uch.
Ah Koug, charged with heedless driving,
pleaded uot guiity, and. niter a healing, was
J. Kahaul.'lio, charged wilh ttis.ult aud bat
tery, was remauded until the 20tb.
W". W. Pierce, on name fliiiri', wits reiuaude I
until moved on by prosecution.
W. Taylor, charged with house-breaking with
felonious intent, was temiinded until the 22d.
Kauakapti and David, ch'irged with affray;
Kanakapu forfeited bail, $10; Dvi I pleaded
guilty and was fined $'5: costs 1,
Kalaau, charged with larceny of a horse, n
niHudfd until tho 23.1; K-tuiki, ou same chargu,
I .."laudetl uutil the 2Clh; S.
t was A jjanU.
K. Kold for
l..ll. . I, ,r..i. SaUlf I'U IIC, WAS teiM-a
UVI1I UV I l llll
uutil the 21st inst. '."viujf
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J. Hiipakana, charged wilh di '
quiet of night, pleaded guilty with jt "Qjs
and wjih fined $0; costs $1.
lloopouopouo, remanded from the 16th, was
again remanded uutil the 20th inst.
Makuio uud Chinese, remanded from tho 20th,
were convicted and sentenced to fceeu dayt,' im
prisonment fit Ictrd labor; costs jt 1 '!().
W'KltNKHDAY, JUNK 20ril.
M. Harvey, charged with fust riding over the
Waikiki bridge, forfeited buil, $12.
Kiiuikauuna, charged with disorderly conduct,
pleaded guilty and was Hi.-uteu.-cd t k.jv- ii day'a
imprisonment at hard labtii'; costs (it $1.
In (he case of Kuliinu, reman lod from the 1'Jth
iuHt., u unite proxequi was tntentd.
Wahiuoaukai. charged wilh laieeuy of a
horse, plouded guilty mi I was sentenced to
eighteen month's imprisonment ; costs $1.
Ah Kong, remanded from the I!)th inst., and
charged with heedless driving, was convicted and
fined $5; costs $1.40.
J. Kulanlelio, remanded from the l:Jth inst.,
was convicted and tilled $10; costs $120.
Hooponopouo, reminded fro:n th lWtu inst.,
aud charged with Imceuy of it chicken from
Charles Wilson, was n m ind" 1 until the 23d.
Kaueiiuiku uud Kuwuloa, charged with having
opium iu possession, wore rcmuuded until
TIlL'KMliAV, Jl'NK 21sT.
Two cits H of drunk. -bin us weie docketed aud
disponed "f in the Usual inuliUel,
Kuhiiukui (k) uud Kitholo (,w), charged with
adultery, pleaded guilty; Kahnakui fined SO ;
costs $2.50; Knholo lined $10; cnts $2.50.
George Patterson, au express driver, hud hi
ticeuse caucelled, beside -t lint, of i7; costs $1.
Iu the carfe of Juek Pui vi ,, itiiianjud from
th I'-lth a iWf f)it)Hf jiii whs eiitcicd.
FHIIJAY, JL'NK 22d.
I. A. I'eks, charged with violating Rule 25 of
Express Regulations, pl.-ude I n.t -uilty but was
convicted and fined $(; co- Ih t'1.2i).
Pat AlclIuAhes, charged with assault and bat
tery on J Johnson, plead ! uot guilty and waa
reiuunded uutil 'the 23d invt.
Kale, charged with larceny of a (owl, property
of C. B. Wilson, was reiu-iu.le.l u til the 231
Iu the case of W. Ti.vlor ivui mdd frou tht
JOth a nolle prosequi W4S cut-red, aud he' was
then charged witli 1 ir ; -uy of j-.-.v.-lry v ilued ut
property oi Chirlc.s Akuu; pleaded uot
guilty but v-.im convicted in ths 3 1 degree aud
sentenced to imprisonment fof ci:liteeu mouths
fined 50; costs $1.3n.
The Lily Grace, which sailed from ibis yJtt
Tuesday evening f,r San Franci.se i took a (08 bags
i of sugar weighing 1,153,032 pounds, and 15.0 Ugg
rice weighing 152.000 pounds, having a c.t.) do-
, ntcstie value of tivei Sjo.ooo. u.tiv one gentleman,
, Mr. T. F. Cate, took passage p.'iLily Once to San
Printing and Poster Paper
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