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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. JUNE 30, 1883.
ri'v4. ...... 1 ' a r a! -1 , . ; if5 M . 7 J 'I . 4 j' 1 ' 1 A s r'f f; ' ct V- 4vf !:. f:f K 1 II -. I . f T ' f a ' i U 'II' 1-7 iV .-V . l ... rifli' r "''el. . 1 .:. ,.t...rlrll (..lif ' " ,,. 1- th. r bll- Ll.enlS of L-ut; i-r- U Coll- tbe pro- . Ally IT I . T . ...-r,.f at-i ' ii ........ ki.ii.ni ! 1 tv c,&iii.-.r tl Lrar.c'ue i.! th cusuuicricemeut of I ur w t ' - - - - - - - During the pt i.k there La b.u tut cue iu y.,rtant arrival fr.ui abia.l. i : the bip SLu Jaa (roia ii .L.cL r a ifd thi port lat Sifirdif. Mie l,rir. a j.;-u.rml cirgo cou.iueJ t Mr4it- i. W. Ms.frUii iJ Co. Aiaoutf tU Jrrtur fr the Cct ete tLe brk KkUUu auJ 'rr 3Iry D.xle fall crj;- of i.U-J t,r..rJaot. Tt fibriu i. i .ected tu t JT fyr Sau Frbc. -t' "H 'c-coiKiae.aLIe .jjauUt of .Ujjiir lJ UiB t ioe. ftu ient of Uu-.tc pro-lu'-e from '-i otLer nUnvl l tLii prt c.utmae -nfuout uy Hrijt Jecre---. The iw rtUu of tUe O. a. S. ' irJr bi;irU tiiie l. uJ the new tia-hii.. tUe lUri.-. -f O. S. S. l.tie. i a le at H u 'l.ilii a.ri..0' ti.- cu.iu wutli. v- y.t erI th. r reU it ut th.- i a t J -ther , I - J: .-Jl J Money t" L l -! !'" U 1 . of the im-w quarter u'l tU-- ninl of thr r,el .L.It aiu: ..t d.lr - unpre. e.leUte J activity iu all commercial circle l autn-iliated. The tik mu ket f -r th-- p-t k ba- ehaied the geuerat prcvailnii,' d iU;i- - iu tra i- and will undoubtedly b! enlivened b the relai of fceueial buaiue activity after nuar.erly btlU are aettled. PDir Of HO?4 3LULU. H. I. ARRIVAL.! -Jtwi--rr.iay,-Ia le rf. . j Mtrr Mjk'ltl. Mrrtr .-. t ro u kV.l.a..iiatij, witu j ."Vi LS Hie eiia 19 lltJ.-. on JkUr Tren t firfel, froiu I. , Oahu, witn ijh ba. Pad ly- , , Satur ly, Jaue 21. lalani. liatr-, fio i: i'-ui U I Hawaii, with 370U , . r. 11 b. otf , , l Aide aad iu band!.. Uat- e-Uar ?rt Hitop, C..ra-r v., ( -a K,u il. .Tito .t. barf j "tai'i ir t ka Bi-- and 11 Lli'- . - , . .:-kr W-aiuli, fmua I'-.ubau. U..i, wttl .ar. suliy, J ii-- "-' ' ! " Mar Ukebke. Kii.'lvui Sl.-f. Uw..i, with k-if I -. ....i.n'u-,. tr-m Wla.nalAi;ata, whU , 6?mrtZ" uall, f.o-i. K...I. with CJS : bfcaa."- .. UUu, Seir. from Kalrnlu,, Maul, wll.. 37 '''"l.k 'i'""'- '"- Eukathaele, Hawaii. a au, tro-a fci, biilu, laui. , M .ti lay June il , oJLTlTbok-J, froui W.i.la. Oahi, tu 2ol bag uar , 7c ba,r pad tv .:hx Muoub., tr.a NaeiliaJi. Kauai-t TufiaT, Jaue i. wvbr Manuokaw.i. from a.:iiil, vt . wltn COO tatf "r W-niele, rrou. 5luk", Mvu, wit.. 113 ta2. ang.r. I h M'.i Kiiki. Itotn Kd-iau. Uaba with . Sib. Kri-e. ' a x.ttia ' trnll. Iroiu l.eiiiui. Maui. i-:-.-.el--. Haw. I. With 1025 b.ga . 'atrar and 41 b dr . 'ay. J .ne - . tiu t Waimaualo. , & ' Jmaualo. Oabu, with - aoo tana o.ir at.d Ilk- iu-U - bTtttku;uoui. froro Uanali, Kauv, w.th ..0 Lag !'cb Jaanl-, 'r.ai K.ekb, K.i.iv, nth 759 bag .ujar - . . r rul iy, u i - -rar C K rl.-h ., Oa.u-.-roO, I" o ii .u u Tith I4J3 baa uirar and BJ! b-i" pad l '.,- iTk.nj liukolu VI .rr r. Iru .a . e iu 1 i - "Z?tilZ'n , a Mau. aa 1 M -1 " 4 y ' A ion-fuueSI. j u , WuJ ,n. 11 day f. 'Ui ila.'w. "... " f:t rt.irdav, Jane 2J I'f3."r M"V Al.cwl lor K.lau papa Moljkai. Moiiday. June 25. ; I BrIwr L.ki.ke, Kin?. lr Maul and . ! I aiB, lfcaa. lairmaeu, tor al aa-i ilolJkat. i . ...... V Katijal. f . I r.J . ... o..u ,1.. .1. ikn- -or. .r r tj.nr M.k-iJ. ..-r.-.-or. i 'r K..lau, OaUu K"J it Xy, Scki J.U.bv. f- U...i. Hawa. 1 i a r .v .m... . ii ,.,ii I'n kta. Uaii. ; .. ft ' 11 . ehr Wa.nala. fo.- U..u"..i. H . ' 1 ill. 1 Bibr V.a. b.1, lor kilp.ib.ihl. Mat 8cUr VW a. b lor klp ibiihl. Maui. ! lodJ. June -t. waiu t nr IUu. Pit. . l.r Mam an 1 Hawaii. - u.r iia.ia ilo.i. -.rKihul.it. Ma.it. . Stmr w-in.ual... " iio.UaUu. cht read!- - K 'h .l- ..k.k....n. I. UuiL. tllU .'! ;., f "sTTl --hr r-nuka'i. for n a... i I 1 4 - "' 4-or .'e.i4i l. i.Tk , ' I j4 ' I f ' . kS.br Waioii. lof ratubaU; ilia ! !l'-f e.l,.e.l-., I 'il 1 , ' . r- arhr l.ttwdibo. f .r Uua:...all r ! i-j - - - , i .. l . i w .h.: . n Hull liiarall. vm l uli U k.li- Uawa.i. ur ill. f r ML '. W.-OX 1 i vr:kl. I't"l !!. l i.u -.lay. Iu:ie i'i. , kr It.-) M-rr ll. .. r I. a.ua. Mui br Fauaiii- for II tuairl ;ua. hr Maua-. . l-.r iiii.J hs-;le. H iwa.l. F i lay. SK-tr K il'ia'J . f " ' Ha- .t. Scbr Jeo.ii lo- Kekaii. kui i Sau-da--, uut-1 . rtu WaltnabBli. X'l-ej'i I'-r VaiTUsn-iIo, ub a mkuj il u I s y , Inn . ! Hawaiian bar t kF .-I -r. lor Y .rt i.iwu.u.l. r i..e,t. I.IU: . Taru Mary l. U' -, fr -u Fi all i-m-o. U kk baiakaua. m.1 r. I r no t'ru-.lc. a ".l ', J ul.e . Aiu bk i'atbaricb, U 'a.d, for ?aa l iau. ls.-o. PrtUf flCTKl DKPirtTl'lte. i o v- itfi.-:. ".-i.r iiil a-aia dr l' wi 'lin bv::.r Kauieii. lor iou .kaa, llaw.i tf-'br L:f iuli.Ll, lor ilauatoi, K.a:i.il I tttM VDHEIGM i 1 V " 4' -; r bk i-rtttfreiiw, from I.i l . all - . i. . . . . . r . i I PT . I V i. . 'lae .n l.k -4riArs.u I nM.li-v 1. o r Yolk. Jul riru uir tl-uel. -.-n ly. Sau 1 rucico. do tu btn- Moint w. ('' u tl i .. , da. ' Bni Ik li-..f An,rl. , t i u Liv.rpnd Hr rarlt. I ha, a. Irjoj l.iv.-ri. u 0, . Writ S Uankoar, , IVoiu U la -t M,. baela now 4v, , Uiit Uall.-l -. F. Ul , fr- 'ol due -ept li- Aai blu .jnl-l). I. t. o Fru.-t.- Jnw Janai'-k'. .la bk U : Murrav, , I -u - -n Fraui-i-o Jae July 15- . . , Au b II w' VI ut, r r e . i. I. ' u 3u 1 rau -iv due '" July 1". ,ii ' Am bstue r.Ua. U . Ir nu ?a 1 rau- i , -due July s.-u.'u uer, . f.-.ia F .rt Blakcly Ju Juua 15- " i -'ay, l'terou. fro.u New fastle, N S Wt . r'- ki.v ra.oit IXHORT. i -,- .p ah 1.11 I :i. t' fal ru in bk K.t.-lla, F .i" ' w, i l.k liarmodin. Melrwj Sjuicum, Fuv. 5t l.jren-e. Webb : . f m Janx A. Faik -ni it.-, i o lui .a b Hop. Peauali , "nllman H. A.U n. l.i t : W U. M-ver. iieianey. - . . V- l WL- .V t-' . rim '.- IKHIVIIII Maul aut lln. per l a!aul. June 1 R n.l. I" M oirvinasa J Ji rtr. J Kua-all, W Fbel- . Sbore au 1 wife, His U jiine. Mr Glass, Je I Kauai, per C R hihop. June 01 Mm Hhn, C ! uiQi. Mr Yanuctta, w. and child, W Kettin, U , ,-.n. and irt de. k Kauai, p-r Jan. Uak-re. Jju - : T R rixtrr. ' 1. i;i. br.l n. lieu L Sp il i.n,, U D Freet.., J vr, I. bUhliiamu. c'apl K L Kubbii.s, J t1 ncer, S ir.-oiub, and l- dck. VI an l aud Hawaii, per I..t -li k. J un- i Hi Kl -piu.iii, K..-ht Rev Hi-h v Willi. W V Wilder, .- I Wr UrtJ .-, K 9 KuikaLi, w.fj ul cb.id. A E j Ma. Eikirt. wd 'i I i cb.l Iren. J !toppleben, ' nrskua. W Si.aw, W K lird.'e, J O M Ubaldon, U , W A Wbiiinf, A I'una. A K riovle, J fc Seatlea. '. F. I Prrsiun. S J Krown. Ur 1 B farpenter. kahului, per K.Uuea Hou, June -24: Kv J? Tl- 1 C stod lird, F. Wtnst.a, Van; Vuen, Tocjf e Ujp. All. IDl iT .In k. Waui and M-..I kai, per l.bas. June 3tr: Mr Kta ua an I i cu.l Iren. J vt i)avidon an 1 det-k Kauai, ftr C 11 b.-bop. luu- aJ: Col C H JuJJ, Thorue an I wit. I A i ota, wile and 1 children. : V Hor.-h.Te-.mk. Ci.r M iloffasr I. N lioyic , C ' . 1 .- .1 . . .. ... .n ... I 14 .... ir 1 , u r -a. iii-iii, , - . 1,1 1 ABIt-'al a. it Tufus-u l, per t.k Ii: F-rBr, June 2: Ol . L .i-,. -Tk. . t. A....ll 11 nil niicaii i. i u; iiii -si, .- v r. r. . if 11". I .ft rrauisozi. aA ni.-uy. .t . 1. ft riu.wo, M nil-wi.. -vsw x-ui A Hawaii, per Likehke, J uue "fa: Mr S t Wil 1 L Wwkl and cbikl. Mim I.a:ub. S O WUler, Jr, J i-s a U Waller, C J McCarthy, JO Carter. Mis '' " ' i T A V J Bo-l. M- ChatnoeTlain, Capt r spencer. 3 ?l f . ' . .' " A iBlitou. Mi Ida CarnpbeU. J E aearle and wile, j-'iS.--,' - "i in-le. -n1 l t SpaUitig-, F L flarkr, " t V 7 .,r Powell, F. F AJarn. K-.v e .' Lubiao, Mr i r-'. " . i " 'X V'n-lit. T Slio'e and wife, J Wood and wife. "tuptl'-b n. lr t I: Bri'Hjl-r 1 wife, J A Mil-. J Kerr, H A HilJy. Ahou. J'.jr Mini ml Milokai. i r Uhu. J-m i'. Hi- I J K pu nJ wiie, Ml K-j!. nio. Mi" !.! 'i I t''-it Jnk. f-t Ena', ir CKII -hrl). Juni.. Trt l.J ti W l Uram l wfe, H.fui, i M-ir- I in It. Mix AIviu Wihke. Mix Kmiu Utiite, Mim Kaokt.. M i L.-.L.-r Hnla. Mry i-.'.ll, At-tit Ain. Ji-J-.utf B; oI atut i Jn k. For M'ii aol Uii. pr Iwltii, Jun.' z". II. -u T hirtiirlxo, Jii'Lre J ti'Mpili u l 'U. W r J..i . A K hur-, f. T I'ltck. Mr Urry, J F ru--, if- l W K rw.l, l M. i na. C 6-uiU, H B M. Ii .n.-l. W II '!-w-ll. Mn II Tuit .ii m l on. C Il..ritl. W K Mui. Mi J Kavwrtii. j li-t Wilnui-, lr !. nJ 1 or K!i.l!'H. f.r fcttalir Ilull.J uue J Wtir ll! arj I Lli l, iv.phia Krrx kwtt. M FrvJ.-r.l. S s l -kr. J K I'l-rler. F C txl.rl, LeruT Uuiwo. k, W'mtuu, VV (,it aud aL-.-it 2 deck. For ka, per Jiijr Uik.- . Juu - J Ivell. wif- ul daughter. br B Hi.r.-aari, Mr A b Wilcox. t barker, an l'about ii dot k. 1 jt iu Frao-iaru, pr Kalakaua. Jutie 2T: Lari- I.o tt, Mr Olw,l aptaiu Biar au.1 Mr Brajr. 1 llaik, Miaa Jue, W K Oe-lgr-. IMPORT. lr'.in 01i.. pr uliip ?LaJ Juae 'cl 'I nx hiui-ry . J br t.ait. iTiii p pi", lot (. pipe Cttiiif'. & rolls Iruu rope. 4ju bs a-.a p. 9W liquor, r'lo rail. J-J P iron work. 1 Ui i brand, ro boilr-d and ."u bda ale, 2' c br. c rbaoipawne, 1 at, i 1 iruu water ppr, S4i pk auti Iry irrocri, ciwkrry, et-. In luuxt i'T 9u liiunvi. j.u Ua pi lrun, 1 ude. F'r .-an rtif 1. o. Jcr Kalakaua, June i": Siiar 1 V. H A WiJ.raana. luC.OA lb K HorT-clila-yer x Co, yy' lb Wing Wu Cban V Co. 15.47 lb F A H.-baef-r I v, lb it .- lrinbauiu ar Co, 4 i.CIJ lb J T Water. ' CV. IS Clt lb lr W M . f arlat.e i o. l'J.7i It.-. M I ,.tt. A 47. W. lb Hyuian Uro Ki. e-J.O it lb M (;UU4 L i. 'l i.'M lb biu( t il'tUt X fu, til. to.) lb II r-hllti -, j'l.'tti lb Mjriaa iiru. tilde iil C H-lte. Jl bdl uar rauc. Value, -l.jatic. i'j.'Jlu.-'l . UUKV. tlr 4 f'.U In tb my, f.u tbe 2Mb iiitant. to the wila of Walter M. IjiiUrd, a daughter. DlkU. BAIlN kti Iu ti.i i-.ty. ou the 'aad itit"'t, John Krvlu liarnard, late 1 Lief Clerk of the Supr Couit, at hi f residence ou tueen ttreet, aed 71 Jt THE PACIFIC ommcrctal Vbbertiser. SATURDAY ....JUNE 30. 19S3. NEWS OF THE WEEK. The lintish Lip Shandoii ha buuu discharging at the O. S. T. warehouse. , : , Hi Majesty's y,'ht Healani. iibciu thoroul.ly overhauled at Sj.eiisou' wharf. Tiie steam -thip City of Syduev. . due at this port t omorrow from the Au-.traliai'' Colonies. Lieutenant Berrymau i. .the U. S. Essex, iiud the city Thur .1 iy. I i 'aeu tenant visited e .as nittiiv warm tvl t)ort sotu'j v-ar .' tie ids here. - The steamship Suez which . ft po koug yesterday, took only a mal; domestic pi.ductious as exports, but took passage on board for China. ong- of : jest; i Toe schuvuer Mecfoo was sold yesterday at un- ! d-srwi iter's sale for luiethinx over $1)3, "The ef- I f . ts t j get her olf th reef have not been tAcan- '. f.il. in 1 sh is said to b; a total wreck. i I n steaiuer C. H. Bishop wa taken on to the j .'Jaime Railway yesterday afternoon, to receive A ! n.-w screw of the same style aud pattern as that of the James Makee. aud a thorough overhaul. j Some thing stole from the Hawaiian Hotel yes- ' terday morning oue of the Fourth of July subscrip- I tion lists. Such a detestable act is deserving of the highest condemnation aud cannot have been i done by a K.ii'i. The schooner HaleakeU oa ned by Mr. C. Afongf and commanded by Captain Crane, has beeu thor oughly repaired at this port and will sail to-day on her regular trip. She has a new jib boom, some new sails, and ha been otherwis) altered so that he presents a very trim appearauce. The Nettie j Merrill is u respectfully invited to ail out of 1 the channel i-e-day with the Haleakela and try a j friendly race. I The Frieud " for July ha'ippeareJ. It is tilled with interesting matter, "i'iie report of the j thirty-drst annual meeting of the Ladies' Stran- j gers Frieud Society h that donations o the ; amount of siJ'l 20 havj b.-eu rec.ivsJ. and money ; ipeudrd to the am unt of SsSi 7J daring the past ! year. Many other article c .i..-eruiu church mat- ter in f-kwaii give iul jre-.tin statistic and will 1 be apprec' ,d by all win take au interest iu the j doings of religious orgatiiiti us iu this country. ! The public cab bsiuc iu this city is assuming; ' very considerable proportions. There is no doubt ; that carriag' commoda ti jus for passeugcrs front oue part of tow t, to another has tx.-eu quite as con- Tenieut as treet,Vars could Lave becu; but uow j that the city passenger traffic lias increased so largely and i still incieaoiug rapidly, the time is u t far diataut when street cars will iwcome almost necessary. Now tu some occasions the street become so closely tilled with carriages that they pass to and fro with diiticulty. Among the Chinese passeuiur p-r Ma-Ira t wo death have occurred iu quarantine. oue from heart lisae and the other from J general debility foll'viug upon stuall-pox. but no fresh case of the latter have ap- j peared, nor ha there b.-.-u sickness of any kind. I The iiuaiautiue regulations have been admirably j carried out under the sup -riuteudeuce of Mr. j Reynolds, and all the men appear cheerful, healthy 1 and happy. The ten couvaleceuts ill u set at , liberty when pronounced free from all suspicion of ! disease ; they are, however, rapidly improving. I These men are from the hill cjuntry, some 1,400 miles f rota Hongkong, among them is one native woman who is married to a Chinaman. j The last Heimburger concert will lie given this e-s-uiug at the V. M. C. A. Hall. For this ia-t entertainment a programme of popular music will be performed. Among other selections " God Save the Queen." ' Hail' Columbia," ' The Last Ro-e of Summer." "The Star-spangled Banner," and " Hawaii Pouoi " will be given. The Hawaiian nation', anthem Mr. Heimburger has transcribed especially fr the occasiou. aud it will be rendered ' with variation never before produced before au ' audien.x-. Tl. will le the especial attraction of the evening" eutertainiueut aud will probably ; create a srusatinu. for it i said that the musical composer ha made a very great improvement ou : the original, still retaining its si.hst atic. but ! elaboiating the beautiful anthem in numerous j variations. Toedy. one August stain, was brought up ; before the Police Court and. charged with iui- porting opium into "he Kiugd ui per Caibarieti. ) Ever siuce tk.. Caibarieti arrived at this port , Statio. who was a passenger ou board the vessel, i has be-eu suspected haviug brought some of the contraband drug with him. aud the Custom-house officer have been carefully watchiug hi move ment aud "shadowing" him perpetually, with the hope of appreheudiug the parties in this city ' who might purchase the opium, but on oue or two I occasions Stall mauageJ to elude pi.r.uit by ! miugliug iu a crowd at uight. aud then may have i disposed of some of the drug. But ou M uday the j police got wiud of the matter and officer Mehrteus ; promptly ariested the man. whom he found up j town with nve tin of opium ou his perou. We have received a poem from au anonymous correspondent that surpasses anything which has recently appeared in print for originality. It con sists of three stanza aud begiu with the sublime f interrogatory, " What i now man's object '!" aud proceed without rhyme, reason or rythm to enun ciate some divine arcau which is profound, a a matter of course. becane it i incomprehensible aud without Lead or tail. every respect the au thor of this poem i fully the equal hot the su perior, of the inspired genius whose effusions are such a marked feature of our Saturday crank con temporary of this city. Now if this poet is iu wint of employment we recommend him to apply to the only sheet iu Honolulu which gives encourage inent to practical nincompoops of Lis sort. We respectfully decline to publish the boh of such a genius and will run the risk of bring therefore called " heartless." Mr. Mai E.-kart, tli jojuUr jeweller, La re lurnt.l In thi t ;l . Mil. J... r.nnrU 11 has ii.- .j.Un l.v Juaj's J l.u ii rriii-- llfiiiy." fr '. ' Tmi c.i..'-il Sjarly 1 tt-r t Li.iuia . S.jaiii' '..j- -l-!!. lit well uluiiJ.-J. lir. (i: i- i.iiii iriunn J ! H jiiolala af lr a ii)v.'.-tiil !ji::i'- t:i iiir-uj1i Hawaii. The Tl.-'i; - 1:. i' ii-r. iff H.t ii.aiiii. ii now a . Hi;.i;i !, ii-... -lie -U-.l U i M.uar for the Hi-. ."! .j-.-:. tv Km;, hikc.1 S.n.dT boob from V.i:naiii! . -kT iraai: r WaiUUUili, aCCoIil J.auit 1 Ly the- lf.-u. J. A. I'mu ini; Alliijatwr i.-.r- .ii ii in the ;uiiktl. A j.rize of tiue on i-u.- t the i..-i-.:i ' "ill gie the correct eiviu 1 'y of tuuic tor" jer. The tichootier Atiiue. McCullie Mattel, thirteen : day front Apto. arnv?a at Kahului on the 2d , iiitant witlt a ( i t'u t( redwood. railroaJ tiea and ' trick. Hikt Kno4. have rvcebilir had their '-Old Corner" restaurant elet;u:ly emiK-lli-.hed wall have been paiut-d an 1 frcc.ed. and for beauty aud neatne!. ate uuuiiia-ed. Svnoat a hoise attached to .an express ran away d-jwu Niiaunu, alon Qusea litreet. towards the Fih Market, where he was finally stopped be fore any very eriou damage j. d tie. The thanks of the community are d.ie to Mc.rj. If. K. Mclntyie A liio. for the iinprovement made by them in joiuin the hih level of their sidewalk on Kin trcct wiih the lower part adjoining. A neat new porch was put up Monday in front of the building occupied by the Mechanic' ltaaar, corner of Mediant and Kin stt-et. It make a considerable improvement iu the appearance of the I.uildiii. Thk brig John l. Spreokles arrived at Kahului on the 2Jd instant. 12l days from San " Francisco. Anions the pasrnj,'ers which she brought were Mr. and Mr, lllacou. Johu ' Dougherty, and We. l.y Marshall. Thk schooner Waiehii returned Sunday from Kipahuld, Maui, without beiu able to discharge all of the cargo which she took for the later port. Her only boat was smashed, and she was com pelled to return for another. The steamship Suez weut iiit'j the Marine Kail wav on Saturday last, and underwent all necessary repairs. Our item i rc-gird to the fact yeu-rday was written for Saturday's isiue. The Sues: will soon sail fur Hongkong, China. , The matinee last Saturday at the Music Hall was quite well attended, and the performance, as usual, excellent. Mr. Maccabs d. serves the gratitude of this whole Community for a series of must delight ful, mirth-provoking entertainments. A number of old coasters are being repaired iu the harbor just makai of the Fish Market. They' ari sorrowful-looking crafts, and several seem so badly used up that they might beeipected to go to the bottom iu a rough sea at any time. The purses wou at the races of the lSth were paid ou Saturday. The judges ruled that both "Flora" and "Equal Rights," that ran iu the Gra zier Plate as two-year olds, were three years old. and the race was therefore given to "Prima. " Mb. Robkrt Catto.v, of Huelo, Maui; Mr. H. A. Bridges, of Hilo; Mr. E. Preston, of Lahaiua; Mr. A. Brouse, of San Fraucisc.i; James Anderson, of California; Lewis Kahlaniu. of Koloa; anl J. S. Brown, U. H. N., were registered last Sunday at the Hawaiian Hotel. Owi.vi) to the universal popularity of our " Sun day Readings" and a wide-spread demand for such unimpeachable religious articles " above cavil or criticism,." we are glad to be able to an nounce that they will be continued iu the future issues of the Saturday's Daily aud the Weekl." P. C Advehtiseu. v Toe "keen adtuir.-r of Mr. Berger" who makes sonie tupid suggestion about ths drummers iu the Royal Hawaiian Baud throii'i the columu i of a contemporary, ought t j petition the Govern- ' meut to have the drummer, abolished, but as long a they continue to form a part of the baud they must certainly play their parts. Ma. J. A. Bxoc.se, who arrived iu this city Sat terday fromthe Coast, by the way of Kahului, is well-known iu Sau Francisco a a d-alc.- in horse. He recently brought some line s-imk down from the Coast for the Spreckelsville plantation. He comes here with the intention of enteriug into business if he finds a good opeuiug. C.u-T. Cameb .s. of the steamer C. R. Bishop, reports a very rough in the viciuity of Kauai. At Waimea oue of his b iais wa-i swamped with a full load of merchandise. Captain McDouold of the steamer James Makee, also reports au ex tremely rough sea the roughest lu has ever ex perienced iu the lieighborh ood f Kauai, on his return passage to this port. In the Chinese quarter of the city will be noticed a number of small boxes hung up ou the outside of various stores aud used by the Chiuse to deposit local mail in. Everyone expecting a letter goes to these boxes aud examines the mail iu them, se lects whatever is addressed to himself, and ye.t it is . said, that very seldom or never are letters taken ; by parties to whom they do not oelong. "Iris only the extraordinary prosperity of the country iu spite of misrule that prevents, as long a it la-its, the full expression of the opinion of the people : let that prosp-i a -rflght check aud the whole affair .viil - ur.ip like a house of ' card. trazfttc." That is to say, the people won't growl so long as they are doing Well, but as soon ' as there is a staU; of real grievance, there will be a . row as there ought to be. This Dogberry editor should, like hi protityie, say " Writs nie down j an ass." jf Altliotili only now and th--u parties are caught' importing opium into the Kingdom unlawfully,! there is-i.o doubt that more or less is constantly brought into the country.! In the opinions of sev- several of tl.K captain", vessels plying b-tweeu this port and the Coast, vhom we interviewed yes terdav, there are cousidriable quantities smuggled in continually. Iu view of these fact it may be well to consider whether or nut the present law iu regard to the imp. il lation of opium could not be modified to advantage. The captain of a o.i-tiug schooner informs us that tin- three-masted schojni- i'liiiua ClaiiJina is allowed to lay in the haibor at Hilo at night with out displaying lights. About eihte.u niouth ago, our informant says, hi Vc-sel was lying iu ihe harbor at Hilo and o:ii night her lights hap pened to go out aud the pjlioo very speedily got after him. Why is the Emma t'laa lina not also compelled to keep lights up at night.' It is said that the Likehke ueai ly co-Hided w ith her lately only, because -he (tu: Emma Claudiua. had neg lected her lights. true of the native captains of a little co.i-t -r ply ing between this poll an 1 otic of the other isl ands has oue leg anip.l la t -J at lii-j knee and the Other litub deformed w.iii a chili foot, yet he Uot only performs all the datie of a captain or master, but Lelps to loud Lis littU craft au I to manage her at sea with Lis o.vn hands. It is very amus iug to see him Imp about the little vessel. He moves with remarkable ag.lity, u-iug his bauds largely for parp.vss of locomotion, aud handles large and heavy packages id merchandise with ap parent ease. Iu compensation for his crippled limbs, nature seems ts haw mad. hi arms aud shoulder extraordinarily luige and strong. The Hawaiiau band attended the funeral of the late Johu E. BaruaiJ. and paid homage to their late friend ou a. count of the fact that the deceased had been a constant attendant of concerts given by the baud for about twelve years past, whether they occurred by day or uight, or iu fine or iu rainy weather. On occasions, when especially good music was played, he always came up to the band staud and treated the Iwys with cigars in recogni tion of their meritorious performance. Mr. Bar nard was a ritie judge of musie aud also a jjood player himself. Ou many occasions he contributed to the delight of the public by his musical per formances, and was ever ready to devote hi musical talent to purpose of charity. The Caibu ien will irttably for the coast to 3ay . The l.m k St. Llr.'iin is Joic.l hetwi-eu the I.ikehkc and t)ie old .-?ramhij hrf. The M-litHut?r Mill M..i ri i h.-in a wh.de new i'e jnt in ana !eitii; r-airi.a sc-iivially. Lifi-Jeiisut Parktr and Tajuijitx-r V.n U' were reitt red at the llavriiaii H-tr! lit.-lay. The foil. in !;-n:l-tiieH rcis't-ied at the Hi waiiau Hotel ou Maaday: H. O. Dunn. I". S. S. E.He: Martiu lt--viiii t n. I. S. S. K-..-$. Soiue of the tree oil the Uaaiiau Hotel grouua Live been trimmed of their traurhc which overhaul; Kit-hard Ktreet. Much more of tree triu.iniu i uec.la iu all ari of thecitv. Ail International Kxhibitiou will be otien.a at Calcutta next Lt-.-cwiuljer. Two th.iUand tiuarc f-et oi -.pace have been reserved for American ex hibitor; and liawaii can have a space if she will till it. The F. S. Thompson, C. Potter, master, left Kahului for the Coast on the 22d iustaut, carrying a car'o of 1.4 17.449 pound of sugar. Mr. Dr. i Bailey took parage on board of her for Sau Fran- Cisco. A oilver cigar case was lost Kauiehameha Day, either at the race course or at the Hawaiian Hotel, and the tinder will receive a reward of live dollars by leaving the same at the office of the Hawaiian Hotel. Captain Bray, Mis. Bray aud child took passage Weduedayou board the Kalakanafor San Francisco, whence they proceed to their old home iu the New England States where the captain and his family will remain for a visit of a year or so. His Excellency, the Miuister of Foreign A flair-, visited the U. S. S. Essex, Monday, ia compaur with Mr. Daggett, U. S. Minister Resident. These geutlemeu were received by Captain McCoruiick and with the orticers usual courtesy and houois. Mr. Patrick Hughes complaius that hi name appears in our Police Court record of Saturday last, and that he has never been brought up before that august tribunal. It was probably another mau with a similar name who was brought before the court. We notice some draytneu were loadiug pretty heavily yestarday aud urgiug on their auimals with the lash. Evidently they have forgotten that we huve a society for the prevention of cruelty to ani mals, iu embryo iu this city, which is liable to U"-iu Pratious at any moment. A large number of huge rough stone arrived on the schooner Waimalu, Monday, from the Wui inaualo quarry, which are to be used for building the new English Church. They were loaded with difficulty on cart drawn by okeu aud taken fiom the wharf to the ground whei ; the new structure is to be erected. - ' At the planing mill of Messrs. Hardee & Bartel uiiuu, a large ornamental stairway for the front entrance to the new residence of Mr. W. Mearteus, is being finished. Mr. Maerteus is having a very neat home erected ou Beretauia street. It will be completed by the last of next month, aud al ready begins, to present a home-ilike appearance. The Heimburger concert Tuesday uight was fully up to the high standard of the former entertain ment in point of execntiou, aud the audience thou.-h uot large was select aud appreciative. Mr. uud Mrs. Heimburger are excellent musicians and their performance is in every respect delight ful especially to those who have refined musical tastes. Through the courtesy of Captain Webb, of the bark St. Lawrence, we have been presented with fc Nautical Almanac for examination. It affords in formation iu reference to the ports of Australia es pecially, aud give many details of interest, not only to seamen, but to the public in general. It woul t be well if a similar work, made applicable to thee Islands .could be published. The meeting held Tuesday night at Mechanics' Eu- giue Co. No. 2' Hall for the purpose of making arrangements for a procession of Antiques aud Horribles' was. we are sorry to say, almost a fail ure. But few were present, aud among those few a spirit of discord seemed to prevail. Some com wit tees were appointed and after some further dis cussiou the meeting adjourned to meet at some future time. Thieve around. Some time last week. Dr. Macallister found that nearly $100 had been taken from the cash box iu his room. The money was iu gold, silver and Treasury notes, and fastened up in separate packages, some being taken from each. The doctor, who is very grateful to his un known visitor for leaving some money behind, might have been seen yesterday going home with a package of double patent locks. Tuesday the schooner Meefoo drifted onto the reef between Diamond Head and Cocoa Head. At first it was reported that she had gone to pices but later it was ascertained that she was merely stranded anl uot seriously damaged. Messrs. Linehau A Co., her owner, as soon as they heard of the fact dispatched men to relieve her of a part of her cargo, which is mostly lumber. As the wind was light in the channel and the sea compar atively sin iot u la -n ni;ht she has iu all probabil ity b eu saved. The members of the Bar iu this city met Tuesday at the Court-room at 11 o'clock a.m. to pass resolu tions ou the death of the late Chief Clerk of the Supreme Court, Mr. Johu E. Barnard, who first entered upon the duties of that office in 1S.4 serving from that time until 1SC4. He then left these Islands for New .alavid, where he re mained uutil 1S71. when he returned to this city and acted as" Deputy Clerk uutil 1S7. aud was then reappointed Chief Clerk, retaining this p -i-tion uutil the day of his death. The Royal Hawaiian Band gave a complimentary concert Monday uight to the captain aud officers of the U. S. S. Essex. His Majesty. the Km;' wus preseut. accompanied bv His Ex- celIeucv w. -Vr Qibsouaud His Excellency Minister Daggett.' Au excellent programme w s p'ifor.iied and several of (he pieces were loudly applaud.-d by the numerous company present, especially the e lectious from Patience in hi-h were included the Willow Waley duet, the Migute and the Churn, L ive is a Plaintive Swug. and the beautiful S.st tette. Messr. Whitman A Wright have just manu factured oue of the finest double carriages ever built iu thi city for Mr. E. C. Cuuha. It is far more subtautially made thaii iu;port--d vehicles of the same class, and is finished as elegantly as the neatest carriage of foreign manufacture. To Mr. John Lillie belongs the crudit of executing the well-done job of painting and striping. Mr. 0. -I. Stein made the cushion and did the finer work about the seats. Altogether, the vehicle speaks well for the enterprise of carriage makers iu Hon olulu. Messis. Prestou aud Browu who have charge of the pendulum, observations being taken ou these islands, have arranged to take observation here. They have set up their instruments, part ou a pier erected for the purpose on the vacant lot belonging - to the Honolulu Library Association, and part ou vJ , grounds in the uutiuished portion of the V. M.-.C. A. building. The pendulum swings are noted by their transit across the wire of the transit instrument, aud are recorded by a chrouagraph that receives its impression from ;he telegraphic key under the hand of the observer. Ths results ' are hoped to be of a yery satisfactory nature, j Within the past six moath great improvement have been made upou the roads iu Honolulu. Be ' fore the Road Supervisor began work with hi steam roller last January, some of the principal ; thoroughfare of the city were in a inost wretched condition. The lower part of Fort street Wa well j nigh impassable when it rained on account of rqud I and ruts, but uu4r the supervision ef our able Road Supervisor, many thorough repair bate been, made and still the work goes on a rapidly as possible. Tha latest fine piece of work has just been completed ou Hotel street, on the Waikiki side of Fort. Here it wa found necessary to re move a portion of the surface soil o that the bed of the road when graded would not be too high, and thi work took time but a a consequence the job i now well done. The clock at Aliiclaui Hale stopped at 2;33 a.m. ettrday. The Harruoiliviis is discharging her cargo of coal at the old steamship -aharf. At the PoK.-e Court ycsteidav. no cases were tried, on!.' .iu- caning up, and that being re tuaude I. Honolulu lis are never behind in .the fah i .n.s. Sv.me ef the most elcgaut new styles in hats aud dresses were vr.iru Wednesday on the street. "What Shall I lo," was the title of a musical tune played bv Mr. Maccabe at the Hawaiiau Hotel Wednesday eveuing to a most amused audience. Those who wish to contribute to the fund for ar the celebration of the glorious Fourth, or those who wish to attend the American ball at the Music Hall in the evening should call on Mr. J. E. Wiseman. The bark Kalakaua. which left for Sau Francisco Tuesday, took 1.S19 bag of rice weighing 1S1.900 'oouuds, and bags of sugar weighing 730.644 pounds, and a few minor articles, making a total domestic value of $55,910.21. In the case of Kun Sai Kafum See appealed from the Police Court and brought before Justice Austin Thursday the judgment of the lower court waa reversed aud the prisoner Jischarged. He was charged with opium in possession. When societies or organizations give public en tertainment or hold public meetings of any kind they always confer a favor ou the public by giving due notice through the papers, and yet this ia sometimes forgotten in Honolulu. Frota reference to our " By Authority Column " we -e that His Majesty has appointed the follow ing g.-iitlcmeu to be members of His Privy Council of State, natm-ly: Hou. Benjamin II. Austin. Hou, Paul Puhihula Kauoa. Hon. Huaka Kuihrlaui, Hon. John Lot Kaulokou. aud Hon. George W. Ma.-farlaue. Thursday afternoon Mr. C. J. Fishel opened his iuimen.se stock of new goods. These "openings" are importaneveiits inasmuch as purchaser who desire to have the first choice from the select stock, which Mr. Fishel imports from time to time, hasten to choose what they may waut before all the finest articles are gone. A Chinaman, who runs a sort of a furniture store on Beretunia street nearly opposite Kautuakapili Church, left an oil torch burning on his premises Thursday night while he went into the street for a moment and when he had returned some shavings near the light had just caught fire. Auother mo ment's delay and the dame could uot have been extinguished easily. Fish was very plentiful ill the market Wednesday. A large quantity were being packed aud some were sold to Chinese dealer by the wholesale. Lately Chinamen have gone into the fishing busiuess largely, and seem to be very successful. If they make fishing pav, as they undoubtedly will, the market will be kept supplied in the future better than it has been in the past. The Fourth of July Committee is very well satis fied with the progress they are making for the cele bration of their greatest day. Some subscrip tiou lists were distributed during Wednesday, and judging from the rapid manner in which they are being filled up. there will be plenty of money to defray all necessary expenses. We have heard that an unusual supply of buntiug will be displayed, aud the ball is likely to be the success of the vear- J ! Bridge buildiug iu mauy district ou the various Islands is progressing iu a very satisfactory man ner. Thf Government has been puying especial attention to the matter of late. Everything can not be done iu a day, but as fast as possible all the most needed I ' idges will be built throughout the kingdom. The roads, too, which have already been repaired to some extent are not to be neg lected but thoroughly constructed as soon and as fast as possible. The Kindergarten examination which took place at Miss King's school on Nuuanu street Thursday forenoon was very interesting. Miss King has j about twenty-five students and is assisted by Mia : Fisher who has charge of the preparatory depart ment. The teachers have labored very faithfully aud successfully aud the students under their in struction certainly have made good progress. The examinations were well conducted and spoke well for both pupils aud teachers. Iu Brother columu under the head of " What the People Say " a member of the opposition speaks very plainly u ndor the urti, le plume of " Great I ; Little Yon." As a revelation of the true spirit of so-called opposition it is reliable and interesting. The ungenerous spirit of narrow 1 egotism coiubiued with spite and hate is conspicu ous, and the writer is evidently one of onr Wednes day contemporary's editorial contributors if judg ment may be based upon internal evidence. "j We publish in this issue the programme of a j grand concert to be given by the Honolulu Sym- phony Club, assisted by the Amateur Musical So ciety, Saturday, July 8th. The programme is long and select aud we doubt not that the entertain ment will be exceedingly fine. Among those whose names apiear as participants in the concert are the following well known ladies and gentle men : Mrs. Patey, Miss J. Michiels, Prof. M. Yarndley, Mr. Charles Michiels, Mr. D. McCart ney, Jr., and Mr. Theo. H. Dayies. ' For the past three years the boat building and repairing business iu this city has been steadily iucreasiug aud it has now beoome a considerable iudustty, giving employment to a number of men, aud frequently bringing or keeping much money in the country, which would be spent elsewhere if we had no builders competent to do the work, as, for instance iu the case of the bark Hermann that came to this port in a sinking condition. She was thoroughly repaired here instead yf being merely temporarily patched up and sent to the Coast or some other place where boat building and repair ing is carried on upon a large scale. Unanticipated and unaunounc.-d, a number of gentlemen called on Governor Buckle at the prison Thursday. All of the party had examined similar iustitutions abroad, and they were curious to see whether Hawaiiau jails aie managed as veil as those which they have heretofore seen in other countries. The gentlemen say they were received with evc-iy courtesy uud shown through all the wards of the prrsou. aud were surpisid to note the cleanliness aud discipline that Jwas manifested throughout the place. The gentlemen declared that the jail was conducted in a perfect manner, and that the whole institution equalled anything they had ever seen. This is auother feather in the cap of Governor Buckle. Some of our business men have got the im pression that individuals who prepare article to be sent to the Boston Exhibition will hare to pay ail expenses of transportation, and for show caes, . shelves, etc., to display the articles in at the ex hibition. This impression is entirely erroneous. The Government will meet all incidental ex, -es such as cost of transportation, etc. All that tendiug exhibitors are expected to do is to prepare their articles for shipment. Agents of the Govern ment will thfcu take charge of them. If it is de sired, anything sent for exhibition can be sold on the grounds and the proceeds returned to the owners ot ;he exhibited articles. The Honolulu lion Work are a credit to th"8 enterprise of the c;-v. They are very large and complete and capable f doing all kinds of repair ing of iron machinery ana w.tensils. In connection with the shops there are foundries and machinery , of the latest improved pattern 'or manufacturing iron articlts. In the whole esta lishment nearlv j two hundred men are constantly -nployed. over ' thirty of which are accomplished practical ma- chinists The majority of the artificers employed ; in the shop ure Americans. There lire,- however, ; two or three natives, who are ranked among the ; skillful machinists. fr. John W, Webtrr, the ! chief mechanic, is oue of the best thorough work I men in his line ibiit ha ever been employed in : Honolulu. The work are in a thriying condition ; and are filled to thuir utmost cap b. job of J all sorts ; such a repairing suga achinery, 1 boilers, steamer, etc. Thursday", about tpior-, one of the Portuguese set vtut of X.t. Greca, who lire or Nuuanu strevt. : not fir from the censettrr. set fire vt a vnl'of rub- i lL-di ui the y.i' ..1 on t be miuka nJe of the Louse. : Ti e -.vind bis" the faajrs into the Jry which waa Tery plentiful in that vicinity and made quite ' a blaze. As the lire cwutinued to spread and threatened to destroy the stab!e near by, the mat ter was reported at the Police Station and Captain Tell, with six psdicemvii was di -patched with broom and buckets t extinguish the tl-mies. They arrived jdst i:i time to save the stable, a the fire had crept to within a short distance of iff The police ferce is always at hand aud efficient when called upon. Compared with the police guardians of cities abroad it is a fine force nd well dis ciplined. A case was brought up before Judge Austin. Tuesday, w herein Hon. C. R. Bishop and others petitioned that the evidence of Mr. Thomas Brown and Hou. S. K. Kaai might be taken touching cer tain fact relating to property giveu to the late Piince Leleiohoka by the late Princess Ruth. The object of taking the testimouy of these gentlemen wiis to perpetuate it. Order was made by the court that Messrs. Brown aud Kaai should appear, aud the Royal Family, as heirs of the late Prince, were notified, that they might be present. The testimony of the Hon. S; K. Kaai ouly was taken. He gave some details iu reference to the transfer of the property iu question, but without a full presentation of the entire case the connection which Lis sworn statements' may have with the point at issue is not perfectly clear. Mr. Browu was not called upon to testify at all. but when the cvi- deuce of Mr. Kaai was duly taken the examination, on motion of S. B. . Dole, -one of the petitione.s' counsel, was adjourned sine die. The Olorious Fourth. A meeting of the Fourth of July Committee was held at the Hawaiiau Hotel Thursday eveuiug to receive the reports of the various sub-committees. The Finance Committee, consist ing of Messrs. II. M. Whitney, J. Siuiotisou, Jr., and J. E. Wisem&u have been most success ful iu raisins thefuud necessary ti defray ex penses, and say that the public are contributing most liberuily and williu;ly, so much so that it is anticipated that there will be money enough iu hand to pay oil' the liabilities from last year. The following prooniiutue has been arranged fur the Jay: At 5 o'clock iu the uuiuiug, the Antiques and Horribles will meet arrayed iu their fantastic costumes, at Mr. May's store, and march through the town accompanied by a band of music. At 10 o'clock everybody is iu vited to meet at the hotel where the President of the Day, His Excellency ltolliu M. Duggelt will make some interesting retuitrks. Au ora tion will be delivered bv Dr, Rath of the U. H. S. Essex, the Declaration of Iudepeudcnce will be read by Mrs. E. R. Hendry, a few songs will be rendered, and the Hawaiiau Baud will play the natiouul airs of America aud Hawaii. Iu tbe afternoon private picnics will be the order of things. Throughout the day there will Le re freshments at the hotel where Dr. McGrew will erect a staud, benches aud chairs for the accom modation of everybody. Iu the eveuiug there may be a display of fire works before the ball, -which will take place at the Music Hall, couiineucing at 9 p. M. An ex cellent and appropriate dauciug programme has been prepared aud will upppeur in our Satur day's issue. Invitations have beeu sent to His Majesty the King, the Diplomatic Corps, the Ministers, nud the officers of the U. S. S. Essex. Every subscriber receives tickets for the ball, aud any uon-subscribers to the fuud, desiring to atteud the ball in the eveuiug, are requested to call upou a member of the committee. The sup per will be provided by host Greeley, the manager of the Hawaiiau Hotel, . aud will prob ably surpass anything of the kind that has beeu done before in Honolulu. The Reception Com mittee who will be distinguished by a blue, rosette are: R. W. Laiue, J. R. Morrill, Dr, M. Hagan, Dr. C. T. Rodgers, M. M. Scott. The host will be Ilia Excellency Rollin M.i Daggett, and Mrs. J. S. McGrew will officiate us, hostess, each of theuT wearing a white aud red' rosette. The Floor Committee, conspicuous by n i white rosette, will cousist of Mr. A, W. Richard sou, D. McCartney, Jr., Mr. J. E. Wiseman, Mr. L. C. Abies. Mr. Berger will superiuteud the musical mat ters. The Committee of Arrangements consists of Mr. J. R. Morrill, Chairman; W. R. Laiue, R. i S. Smith, Win. Unger, J. Simousou, Jr., and J. : E. Wiseman, Secretary. The duties of the committee on grounds and j entertainment for exercises during the day de- ' volve upon : C. E. Williams, Chairman; II. M. . Whitney, M. M. Scott, G. C. Stratemeyc-r, Samuel Nott, S. M. Carter, I . L. CUrke, Jas. Dodd. With such a progiamme, aud such hearty en thusiasm as is awukeuiug ou the approach of the Fourth, we only need a tine day to uiuke this years' celebration superior to uuy that Las passed. The Piano Concert- The piano concert by Mr. aud Mrs. Hiembur ger, at the Y. M. C. A. Hall, ou Saturday uight, was attended by a very select and appreciative audieuce. The opeuiug air, "Fly, liiid, Hy,' a delightful Danish melody, was fiuely played, Mr. Hieta burger showing at ouce that Le is a master of the instrument. His execution of the prolonged tremelo movement being superior to auythiug of the kind ever heard before in Honolulu. The air from "Rigoletto"' was equally well rendered, aud was warmly applauded. Mr. and Mrs. Hiemburger then pluyed oue of the most difficult compositions tht pianists undertake, the "Hexamerou" of Liszt. .Mrs. Hiemburger then played u beautiful Scottish song, and uu impromptu of "Schu bert's," which was warmly encored, and upou the lady's reappearance she was presented wit some beautiful boquets aud pluyed a delic improvisation. t After a short intermission part second Openeu witn a Souata Op. 27, iu C-sharp minor, Bee thoven, played iu a most m 'ierly style by lir". Hiemburger. Iu response an encore Hiemburger played "Home, Sweet Home,'' most elaborate variations. Mrs. Hiemburger glayed two cLarmiug at,, "Spring Song" and. 'The Spinning Song." A "Study,"' by Chopin, was tbe next piece ou the programme, followed by Lizst's "C'uiupa nella,'' brilliantly played. The closiug duo,"Ojos Criollos,'' on the grand piano, was fiuely ren dered, and the audience dispersed much pleased. Messrs. McChesney and son of 42 Queen street are well known in this community as auost enter prising business men. They are careful to supply their customers with only the best articles in their line at regular low rate. When a purchaser of groceries goes to their store he at ouce feels that no stale or cheap worthless. article will be offered to him,' for not only the store itself is kept ueat and clean but everything exposed for sale is so ... . . caraiuuy packeo, ana fresh in appearance that none can find fault. Messrs. McChesney and Sou ejijoy a large share of public patronage and de serve it. , - - - Thirty-two pieces all-wool dress goods for only 25 cents per yard at Chas. J. Fishel's popclab Store. otF"Qen'ts' Complete Business Suits, SO. 50, at 22 tf Chas." J, FisaxL's roprr.AB Stoke. D Y AlTHOniTY. List of Licenses Expiring In Uio Month of July, 1883. R KT a I Le O A III' 1 Hvtuan Brw. Marcbaut St. Honolulu 1 Kaui WoTal kr. Nuuauu M.HoiW-lultt , I T H Davlaa, kaabuuiauu M, Hanoi uh 1 W ong Wo Chang Co, kiomM. l.oolaup 3 Worn Man, Ltiiba Si, Hoii.-lulu J Hun Tal, cor Nuuauu St. lloiii.lolii 7 M W McCnw-o. t. It t'", Owrtx hi, UouolulU T M Q Corrvia. Hotel SI, llouolulw . 10 Karlo Zeda, cor King and Mauuka Sla, Honolulu 11 Jowph A ll-, cor Puiu-I.buwl and Bkp-Uuil , Hon olulu It WingOvi Wo. .Nuuanu M. Honolulu 13 Chang Hung, I'uui-bbowl St. H.molulu 14 Jobs l bee Fo. Nuuiuu Si, Honolulu 15 too Foy. cor Alaiiuakra ud King eu, Honolulu 16 I. (4 rou-h & Co. Hihool SI. Honolulu lti Ne lore, liere.auia St. Houolulu . IS Mara I buug Toux. Nuuauu ft, liua-ilulu 13 Henry May 4c Co, Fort M. Honolulu 19 Yuen Chourf A Co, king st. Honolulu 1! Kuou(f Yoa I.uug, bereUnia ct Honolulu JOCK Akana. Lair, hoolaul" kl Kun You Kee, Kln St. Unuolulc il liiaa A Uunaalvea, H'Jtel M.Hor 31 J C Kdward. King bt, Valaur 31 Ooc Kim, cur lort and Hotel i MAC. .lulu ' iuiioialu 1 C II Pickey, Hauiakuapoko :i Aka. Kaluaaha. Molokal 9 1 W K'nanuai. Kaupo 13 Altai. MallukU i 14 Ctau Spret kel, Kahului 17 Ak.ua, w ailoku IS Wong Ham, Makaaa IS Liu Kou kv, Kipabulu XI kwoui? Yuen, haiku 20 Totig Sing, Kaauapkll ' HAWAII. 1 C Awa, Waioluiuu. Ku S Tal l.ung, Makapala. K Kohahi C All I'bap ar Aebun Makapala, N Kolmla II W H Davia, North Koua l'J Mokeau, Naalehu. Kau l'a Cba William. Kuki.tliatle Haiuaku 14 T H Handing. Kila.-.Koiia 15 Ab Kim A A tunic, fciiopllu N Kobala 15 H N" Green well, Kaluksia, koua IS UooCbun. Kiopilu IS Goo Aw bum, kau.piiu 20 J V Mills, Hilo 24 Ainu. Uaiuakua V4 Akau. Kol.aualki. N Kol.kla - 25 J R HalluUv, Uukaa . , J5 C Y Amua. Hilo . -2ti Kau Tack M.u, Kaloml i. Kobala 26 Chen Na, Mulil, N Kobala 28 C Y Aioua, FuuaUua, Hilo VICTUALING. 3 Hong Tai, ror Nuuauu and Men haul tit. IK "jululu ' 11 C k Akaua, Fail, Koolauioa . l'i Mokeau. Maolebu, Kau, Hawaii 14 Ku Sim-, Hilo, Hawaii . ' 15 t biug Cboy, Hotel M. Honolulu - Id Quoug Foug. Paia, .Makawao. Maui 21 Waa Chung, Mauuakra M, Honolulu , V liOLF:) 44.12. 1 Hyuian Sroa. Merchant M, Honolulu 1 T 11 Haviea, kaaluiiuanti Ml, Honolulu 19 llenry May it Co, Fort 8t, Houulutu ' Kll.l.l I III). r 1 Gore F.apinrta. I.al.alna, M;ii 1 J 1 Alnli, Walluku, Maui ' 7 J R Ualliday, Ilauiakua. Hawaii nti at. S Jim Crow, Honolulu F.leiuakuh', Hilo Hawaii HUB Malimu, Hilo, Hawaii HUTCH KH. 23 8Uimau A Elderla, Hilo, Hawaii romi. mrrciiKit. ' 14 Cbiiu Ho, l.ubmu. Maui , 26 W lug Ko, kapaa, Kauai K KTA 1 1 -Hl'l It I l 11 W C Peacock, cor Hot. I aud Nuuauu Honolulu PNDUL1VG. 10 P T Thornton, Kingdom. S II.MIIV, 1 J W Kualaku. Fi-h Market I EC MiCanillt. Flsb Market 13 J I.you, Kipabulu, Mam ,' 15 l a, h ahaua, Koo1,.iinlo, Oblm 21 Mr Kamaka, Wullukti, Maul JuulOld )irj HclitriioUiunts. IRON BEDSTEADS. !)R HALE HY H. UACKFr.LP & CO. Jnu Kl wlm CONSULADO tie PORTUGAL. (JA' C iNVIlMDOS Os CIH4UAIIS COiCf L'.ll kZlli O renid.-nte u'rate paia re" le-r o .n tllulo rl naclonalidade no eacriptorn: dVNie oimuUdo in I u l'J horada maiiha. A. de S A N 4.V. RKO.. Honolulu, 2S Juul.o, Ism Cnuiil Je Portugal. Jun2!t il'.t wit TIIUE TO THK TKST. Macneale & Urban Safes. A CARD. C O. BKnUF.lt. :.. .Went MACNKALK & V II HA FK. Homolui.i litar Sir: I take (Treat pleasure to infoiin )ou that tbe No 3 Macneale .fc Crba.ii nre-j.r jf f pur. based aome year ao ha pa.-'l through the die .-Iron Hie ot last Uitfbt to luv aut ire aatlsfai'tieu. I opened the aauic on tbe combination (tip, etc., handle bavin:: inrlieJ off), without any difficulty, aud lonuJ content In perje. t loiiUitiou. Your Very Truly, J,. WAY. Homoluix, H. I., June 18, Irs.!. A I.srgf isswrliurut i.f Thf.f Jtl) trie bratr. Safe lunslaiitl) uu Uaud. OLD SAFES TAKEN IN EXCHANGE C. O. UKHG-IiJR, Juu Wd,v.3m Oe'nl. Aye il Hawal.n.u J.lauJ. Y. C. 7a. mall, HO I FI, HI KFiri, Saturday, July 7th, at 8 O'clock p.m.,Siiarp GRAND CONCERT, Uiveu with ti.e kind ftinf I the AMATEl'R MUM. CAL SociKTY, by the HONOLULU SYMPHONY CLU1. I'Ali'I' 1. UVFRTL'bK ; -" Heceptlon," I. S. Cog," Hyi.ipl.ony Club. . . Fill., de lUnuui-iit," ( l,a. d'liirtvl. M. Yirudley. e n " Oalaibh- V.Maasu. Mist. I. MiihieN. ' ;,,vt '' rho Symphony," J. Haydn, Symphony Clnb. The Mi-i.llt.l Itr . . I. VlOU.1 HuLU... -3. Vix-aL Sou... . . 4. QrAHIETTt. .,. Hubo... li. McCartuey. ar., o... . ..... -.."Carnival Ue Venice," Arban, i -J"u Mluneifu," UouLerliil, PART 11. k Sflk.tiowh... ' a. "ocal Solo.. ... ....... R,iy Ms." V. Man betted Symphony 4ih. . . .... ...... . . Vfclssi," L. Vecnuo, 10. CHoaca . . ...... -Mrji-xi Life" aJcbumaau: - AiiiaKiir Musical So Icy i Voci ' Song, , Mr. 1 be... ni. ' 12 Chohusof Hb iBtxun, Trial by Jury," 4. Sellivau '1 he solo hy Mra. Fun v. ' 1. OgiTAB and V101.IX " L'Herf aacle," DubouUay n.-MRrs. Yartidk-y and Marque. 14- Fiwai.E. .' Kaiser Marsch," (with ckmir, It. Wairner Symphony Club and Amatiur kl usual Society. Rim:baKiT. ON E K REStUMD -KAT3 2.1 CENTS EXTRA T br llnrtnt Uoberlawn'a. ' jun:i0wltUtd WING WO TAI & CO,, . .' K C O s r A T I. V O X . x u II AV Sit (or tal' B lull line (.1 iTapau and Clili1V To botU liit-'b and Loar Frieed. aorordine to quality- p Malting, plain and o.lorei. Also, full aorlinaV ; lion Suppliea, all kioda. " ! Aiwayi oo band a Lrge Stock of Rice f , lor three Hautalio.it. WILLIAMS. DIMr j Shipping A. romr I mh 2V 81 "r , ft a