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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, AUGUST 4, 1883.
3 BY AUTHORITY. List of Licenses expiring in the Month of August, 1883. KfcTltr-OA HI. f fi ff Kift, Maun..- -trrt, Uon-lulu . w ,H .uKrr Ntiuar.uatn-. ri-.fc.laiU - i,f.M.u:onJ. Wa.aoae. U.no.ala 5 -r2Ku 35r-H--,",B 1 J H Cruuljr. K.Ut "--daia i Akm. Waialua air. Hv.u.jlal.i al uTtMt, Naamu .tn-t, H .o Jala Honolulu MALI I hok Wal, i ala .. I- A U .oa. W ikt f "U.U Co. VVa...pu It huurf l-l" a W.u l"ai. 'S" II Wall. i Wilder -. lu L'AlnUi t"ep ik-w, Uil ii wo Huir. Mk:. II U,Vu.fiunli.it. fl'l" .,. 1 AbOul Ah fu. Npf-.3 ' 17 wa Zablan, N U iau Sukuitiel, Uku4 IM Akin. Saiopi. 21 sa Uup Siug. NaiWnu, XI Let On. frueo, Hilo II At Lron?, N iukala Awana, Watu.ea 24 t'bUDt! Yau, UllO ii Kudi rook I.ub lluim Him sh.iu Kon -uA Halawa, N K-jbala 2-t Et W U B I. Hi la 23 A 8 rlctfliucn A Co. 11 Uokj 30 J Wbitr, N Kbairn VlfTC A I.I U. J J.Uo Urunwtll, Uum, lful 7 AHum Wnl.ikJ, Mai a Wilier A Co. K.hr. K-1"1- V rtuo op, Nuunu wtrret, Houalutu, 0uu iJ rtum, Punlio, Milo. Uswaii 25 AJele Urjea. H'itrl ixel, H Qolula ia Pt. Hiku, Maui is Ab too. Kobala 4iuael O WiUrr, Mabukoct, N KoLU. Hawaii J UjU.er A . Nuaantt street. Honjlulo, Oauu 10 J O Tucker, y'ien atreet, Uooululu, Oabu 14 Yuen Cbofc Co. Kn street, Honolulu, Oahu VI On honrf A C, Nuuauu trrt, Hjuololn. Oaba 2i A W Feic A Co. Ve' "treet, U jnolula, Oabu JO W L tjrrru, gjaau street. Honolulu. Oabu BUTCIIER- 1 A Tuna, Haua. Maui i O W C Jonea, Kan. Hawaii 7 J R Sylva, wb Market. Uouolulu 14 X Mau Cbeoni, Lanpali lebot, Uaiuiku i, Ui;i 1 J U Pans Jr. Kaawaloa d Kona, Hawaii .1 Kuuiualii. Eawaibau. Kauai l Koui Paioa. S KobaU. Hawaii yi N a Brewr, Kaneobe. Koolaupoka. Oabu fl J Waiaala, Eawaikau. Kaaai CORK BUTCIIKR. a Akiui. Pau jriU. Uamakua. Hawaii 15 Uop Wo, Pabouna. Uilo. Uawau RKTAIL-tPlRir. 2i H BralVj. Eyt..ne, Uau-lulu 'ii Tb H DuJjit, Couiuifrrial Hotel, Uonolulu SlLMO.V. 14 Kaualeauki, Haua, Mauai Bl L.I.I A Rt). 14 H Yf AuliU A Kepoikai, Eahului. Maui DRUGS. 2a Hulii'.trr A Co, corner Kurt aai Mercbaut atrarto, Honolulu t'lUK t K.MS. 3- Jauir forbett. Kjui. Diliu aui Tuk following tjoii.- Lave Lt-cu cwtuiuis.iuiiej a Ta At"-' r t -r tl.e taxatioii district: .f the Kindlon) fi.r the y-ar : Hawaii. Hilo E. Kek...a HaruaWiia Oeore X. K..hala J- Kauiauoha S. K..hala J- StupplcUen X. Kon J- f'- Hrtat.ili S. K.ia D. II. Xahimi Ku ..J. X. Kapahu pu-l T. K. Kaaihili I.tuiu.1 J. A. Kaukau. Wailutn O. E. Kiruar.l-.oi,. MiU;iu J. NakutAoo. Han J. K. Hanuiia. J.,l..k i an. I Lauai S. K. Kupiht a. I.IML'. Honolulu F. II. Haysel.len. F.wa and W-iianae E. B. Friel K.-.Unp'.k.. J- L. Kinlnkon K.-.Uul. . . J. V. Kaapu. WUlia s- K. Mah. Kol.. J. W. KVahiiuoku Uhu Kwaihti Kaia Hanalci Ja. W. Buab Waiiuea .Liwai Kauai Xiihau A. Kankau JXO. M. KAPEXA. Miuiter ot Finance. Treaturv iH-prtnitut. June r. jv3ff dw P03T0FFICE NOTICE Relating to the Mails and the Mail Service. X the liwi re;..latiiig tlie care and the carrying the public mail throuhout the Kingdom ap pear not to I? sutlii-iewtl known, the following ex tract and nyuorni tit w.me of the more important ontiined in chapter 17 vt the renal Code, tinder the heading f " Violation of Letter and Postal La," ipage-. 31 to 3S) are published for the in formation of all concerned. Section 14 Wh.iever shall steal any mail, or ateal from any mail, or from any postofiice, any letter or packet. hall 1 punished by imprison ment at hard labor not exceeding five years, or less than one year" Sec. 4. If property of any a-wignable value it taken from ouch letter, it i larceny." Sec. 16. No ship or veel from a foreign port, arriving at any port at thrse inland, where a post offie U established, shall t permitted to report, make entry, or break bulk, until the master of commander shall have delivered to the postmaster at aach port all letter directed to any person or person within this Kingdom. " etc. Penalty Sl0 l i50. Sec. 17. No ship or Vessel leaving any port of the Hawaiian Island, where a postofiice i estab. Ibhed. shall 1 permitted to carry any letter, uew-ipaper. or other mailable matter, outside the mail, uules the Hawaiian postage on the same hall have beeu previously paid " etc. Penalty J 100 to $oOO. Amendment passol I $12: " The master or agent of auy ship or vesst-l aU.ut to leave any port cf this Kingdom for any foreign irt shall K'v due written notice of the day and hour of the intended departure to the po-.rma-.ter of such port, and shall make oatu or atiiriuation of such notice before the Collector of the poi t U-fore receiving clearance paper.' rf "Sec. No inter-i-laud letter shall be trans mitted by mail unless previously stamped, and it hall be unlawful f.ir any individual to convey ar,j letter tr letter from port to port. "Penalty, 15 to $'i0. Sec. 19. Each tin. vessel ahall have, placed in some conspicuous and convenient place, a locked postotlice box or ha;;, legibly lettered, and the master of every such vessel shall act a a route agent for the poxtofnee, and all letters properly tamped and placed in such box or bag, shall be delivered by the route aent to the nearest post ma.'tr. a.:cor.iii:g to it diicction; but the route eut, before d- !vei.uj. shall deface or obliterate the stamp or tamp on auy letters so mailed, on pain of a tine of not less than ten or more than ifty dollar), to be recovered before any police r district j oa tice; and on a repetition of such offenaa the license of the vessel commanded by snob postal agent thai be liable to be revoked by the Collector General of Custom, after conviction before any police justice, at the complaint of any postal agent. " "Sec. 20. If any person or per otu ahall forga or counterfeit any stamp of the Postoftice Department, issued by authority of law, or if they shall obliterate the mark of any stamp for the purpose of using the same for a second time, tlicy shall be adjudged guilty of ftlony, and on conviction thereof, be fined a sum not exceed ing .f."(iO, or imprisoued at hard labor for a term not ui'. re thau one year, in the discretion of the conn. " ...:. "21 Provides that if any person or p.-rson !ia!l untie, unlock, or in any way open any mail ba. nua.ining mailable matter without due au thority of the Postmaster-General, he shall pay a i tine of not less than $oJ or more than $oW with j two years imprisonment in the discretion of the court. Section 402 of the Civil Code reads: "The com 1 mariding officers of coasting vessel. shall receive and ; d-hver the inter-island mail at the postoflices of ( the several ports at which they may touch, in such I manner as the Postmaster-General may direct, f free of charge; under penalty of forfeiting the coast ing license of their vessel. " jy23 6td-4tw. School Vacation Notice. The regular summer vacation of tree week cf all public schools throughout the Kingdom, will extend from Friday, the 27th of July inst. to Mon day the 17th of September next, on whiuh date a new term will begin. By ordr of the Board of Education. W. Jas. Smith. Secretary. Dipt, of Education. July 5th. 133 3. 3tw. During uiy absence from the I -.laud, the Honor able A. S. CWhorn will act for me as Governor of tLs Iiland of Oabu. Jno. C. Domini, Governor of Oahu. Gce of the Governor of Uahu, Honolulu. July 31. 1333. augSU2t-wlt The sale of Lease of E.plauaJe lot on the North corner of Fort and Allen streets, is postponed un til further notice. By Order of the Minister of the Iuterior. wtr It ha pleased His Majesty to appoint the follow ing gentlemen special commissioner to the Foreign Exhibition of the Massachusetts Mechanics' Chari table Association, Boston: Henry. A. Pierce, Esq.. Hon. J. Mott Smith, Ed. M. Brewer, Esq. Iola.vi Palace. July 27. It has pleased His Majesty the King to appoint His Excellency Walter M. Gibson, Miuister of the Interior, ad interim, vice Hon. John E. Bush resigned. Iolam Palace, July 2Cth. 1S33. St. E. Kahale is this day appointed District Judg for the district of Waimea, Island of Kauai, ict Isaac H. Kapuniai, deceased. Paul P. Kanoa, Governor of Kauai. Office Governor of Kauai, Xiunialu June 1, 1333. jly 21 w 3t Mb. R. Pucei is this day appointed District Judge for the district of Hanalei. Island of Kauai, vice J. Kakina, resigned. Pacl P. Kanoa, Governor of Kauai. Office Governor of Kauai, Xiumalu, July 2, 18S3. jly 21 w3t Ma. S. Manuel Stlva is this day appointed Agent to grant marriage licenses for the district of Kaa napali. Island of Maui. J.vo. E. Bush. Minister of the Interior. Interior Department, June 20, 1S33. jly 21 w3t Ills Last Swim. Buffalo, July 24. Captain Matthew Webb, the noted English swimmer, perished in the attempt to suiiu the Niagara river whirlpool rapid this af ternoon. He was rowed in a skiir to a point in the river opposite the old Maid of the Mist lauding by John McClay, the ferryman at the falls, and leaped from the boat at two minutes past four o'clock. The daring swimmer passed the big rapids all right keeping the mid 11 f.f l!i.; stream. When he struck the whirlpool he was rushed to the Anii-i'icaii side where waves, it is estimated, are from thirty to forty feet high. The last seen of him he was throw ing up oue arm. His iuteutiou had been to puss the whirlpool ou the Canada side. His shoot of the rapids was extremely thrilling. The refusal of the railroads and hotels to have anything to do with what they teruiod '"hi going to his death" rendered the affair tiuaucially a failure. The rivtr has been searched for two miles below the whirl pool, but no trace of Webb ha lx?en found. It is generally believed that he was engulfed iu the whirlpool. Webb leaves a wife and two children iu England. He was watched by people in carriages but they could not get ahead of him. Fred Kyle, manager for Captain Webb, has arrived from the fall, and gives up all hope of his safety. S. F. Hunting Call. L)r pari art ef the Jalla. On Tuesday moruiug quite a number of people collected on Brewer's wharf to see the South Sea Islanders, who had completed their term of labor on these islands, embark for their homes. His Majesty the King was preseut, accompanied by II. M. Chamberlaiu. also His Excellency J. M. Kapena, Major Baker, Mrs. Tripp. Miss Doriety, Messrs. Dowsett, Buckle, Hill, Bingham, Mr. and Mrs. Wiugate and Miss Bruit. On board the schooner, which displayed a goodly quantity of bunting, were Mr. J. Smithies. Secretary to the Board of Immigration au.l Mr. Mehrteu. vLo with Mr. Bingham and Mr. A. F. Cooke inspected the passports of the lalorers. The baud, number ing eighteen performers, of the Industrial and Reformatory School played several selectiou un der the direction of Mr. Hill. Mauy friends of Mr. F. L. Clarke and Mr. Tripp were present to wish them bon voyage and a speedv return.. The Julia will probably be absent six months. Our reporter is indebted to Mr. A. Frank Cooke for hi courtesy in allowing him on board the Julia, and for bis disceurtesy in requesting hini to leave be cause the reporter from the Bulletin wanted to go on board. Salts. At noon on Saturday, about thirty gentlemen met in the Music Hall, which was offered for sale by Messrs. Lyons ft Levey, acting under instruc tions from Hon. U. Widemaun, the assignee of a certain mortgage deed given by the Music Hall As sociation to Messrs. Bishop 1 Co. The amount of the mortgage was stated to be $15,000 with nearly $3,000 interest due. The property offered for sale was an area of 11,033 square feet ou which is erec ed a brick building known as the Music Hall, with its gas machine, seats, scenery, etc. The bidding was started at $15,000 and quickly run up by thous ands to $19,000 when there was a slight pause; then the amount was increased by $500 and S250 bids between Mr. Thomas and Mr. W. G. Irwin till upon reaching $21,500 it was knocked dwn to the latter gentleman. The lease for live month of t -o stalls iu the Fish Market was sold on Saturday for $175, sub ject to a weekly rental of $4 for each stall. A large quantity of poultry cf all kinds also brought good prices. The Lattst Vw. The daily Bulletin always prides itself upon pub lishing the latest news. Let anyone glance at its Saturday's issne and be will find an account of the social at Fort Street and the Iolani College prize distribution, both of which appeared in Friday's Advektisek; also a statement published in this pa per a fortnight agj, that Dr. Ruth's cane would be forwarded on the Pensacola, aqd alsq some of cur old news about Mr. Crazan'a contemplated holi day. Last, but not least, in that exquisite supple ment, is an account of the throne that i to be used at the Czar's coronation. A a special favor yoq dear little daily, den't get mor than three months behind the times, it is longer than that since the Czar's throne was ordered, and if our memory serves us correctly, the coronation has actually taken place. Dan't tax your readers too much OUR PARIS LETTER. The State of Affairs Between France and China. Conditioas of the dual -Business Dull Co jaoacii.ii Venture Tabooed. ThrP.rl Brrij.i r tl L. b.r pirei- Icea I'h" Lunelle Aylua. FP.AN.'K AVU Cai-VA. Enthusiasm for l;ikiu has wonderfully di minished since it Las b-jcouij possible the Black Piratea would bave the Chinese at their backs, and a wr with Chin and closing her ports might iuv.ilv compli.-ttims 'vith other iintions. Then agiiu it is ielt th;- Foivia Minister has not stated the whole cie, thnt he has beu pre- cinitte in r!iidi itm til uei iti itious, iiu l all- nouueiug his intention to auue-x Aim ini. The extreme left taking alvautage of the altered cur rent of opiui ju intend to provoke a grand Ton kin 'debute. This will be useless, unless a yel low book be published. France will, since she must, avenge th? uaiss icre of ltiviere aud bis garrison; that accomplished, Toukiu will be abandoned a heretofore. Eiaiice ou reflection cannot -e the a. Iv intakes for speiidiug millious of money and sicriticiu hundreds of lives. Though the ..veruiusnt withholds the publi cation of the disp itches, it is accepted that Com mandant llliviere did not fall iu a sortie, but that be was defeated while eudeavoriug to march into the bowels of the laud, when the Atmaoiites were able to select their moment of attack. The natives display no desire to be annexed, but to continue tributary to China, as the latter claims they have beeu since 1303 years. In Pallee's work ou the Auu unites, be states the meu uever have beards till 3d a:i 1 far froiii resembling the pard, such is limited tJ a fe.v hiirs ou the upper lip and chin. The woiUi?n aud meu dress nearly alike, blouse a a I pintiloons; the latter when in four olors is pr-ferred by coquettes. The ladies have a childish beauty, and iu addi tion to the usual parts of the bjly for wearing jewelry, exhibit such ou their toes. The inhab itants display more care ou thsir sepulchres which are painted in lil-ia au 1 ros?, thau ou their homes which are sombre. But theu they pass a gool d-?al of tU?ir life in gondolas, TUE ANN AMITE 5. The Aunamites love giuibliuj, dislike com merce, and only cultivate the ground to meet home wants. They are not' naturally warlike, but if one of their chiefs ba si aiu, they open hi9 body, extract the heart, and devour it warm and palpitating to inherit his courage. Crime is not extensive; the moat terrible is a linst the E u peror. The accused for this is cut up into an hundred morsels, the fragment put into a jar, and placed before his own door. Marriage aud death are the two importaut events iu the life of the people; theu the poorest is at liberty to wear silks, fancy patterns, and long robes, lika a mandarin, and if the latter encounters a wed ding or fuueral processiou, he descends from his elephant or horse, as a mark of respect. It is iu the villages natioual life concentrates; only the Emperor, or by bis order, can any per son forcibly enter a cottage, constructed of dwarf palms. Iu the contrary case the women are free lo lynch the intruders. THE NEW SUEZ CANAL. I am informed tint the "accord between the Suez company aud the English Government is not as rose-colored is M. de Lesseps lately de picted it. The English Cabinet i-, not prepared to dispute de Ls ;ep's concession to cut canals across the isthmus, but it claims for the Khe dive the riht to declare when a seeoud caual is necessary, to compel de Lf.sscp to make it with in a fixed date, and following conditions iu ac cordance with the spirit of the times. Tiie.se latter imply cheaper tariffs aud an exclusive ad ministration. Failiuc; compliance, the Khedive can make the canal iu his own name. M. de Lfsseps wants the canal to always possess a French trademark so as to perpetuate the glory of his country. Iu all combinations be insists ou France having the casting vote at the coun cil board. Iutbe way of concession, the nego tiates offer to m ike lii.il President for his life. Many shrewd people think the solution lies iu buyiug up the company. Commercially, that iu the end would pay. COMTK tE CHAMBORD. Only think of the Couite de Chauabord being interviewed by a red-hot republican, of the Eve- nenient, who paid a visit to Froshdorf ou his return from Moscow. The result leaves a favor able impression of Henri V, who leads anything but a regal life. Tn house is full of invaluible royal souvenirs, such as the famous helmet and black plumes, for he employed that color as well as white, of Henri IV; the portrait of Marie An toinette, by Mme Lebruu, the bst existing, aud bearing the marks of biyouet thrusts and balls of the revolutionists of 1S5J. The Comte is small rather iu statue, cjrpuleut and with little legs: be has a Byron hilt. His bust is very el- eg.iut, bis m iuuers most pleasing an 1 gay. His hair commences tj turn gray. He is a veritable Nimrod, rents au extensive tract of ouutry aud uever liunts the sauu guiu a second time iu the same season . M. IE OREVT. Having uothiug more sjiious ou baud, the journals have opened a campaign against M. Grevy's alleged parsiiu ny. lis is lodged in a palace, the state paying all household expenses save his board. His salary is GOD, 000 fr. a year, plus 300,0')0 fr. for receptions, and 300,00l fr. for travelling. As he'never travels, he is called upon to return this sum to the treasury that now stands iu uee I of the s u illest outriuutiou. M. Grevy is ch irged with uver s:ilj jribing to a chanty or iuvestinj a fr in ; i i a picture or a statue. Ryro;i st ites, Pitt raiued Great Britain gratis, aud poor M uaiihou was fooled into ruiu iug himself au i his relatives while iu office. BUSINESS. Despite brilliant prostv?ts :' r t!i harvest and the vintage, ba tines d s u t a;t ;.ir to be pick iug itself up. Fr iu;"e is ia a b.-owu stu Jy as to the why and the wherefore, sh is elbowed out of the foreigu m u kcrts, an 1 eouib itt:?d success fully in her o.vu b tir stranger; why thoasauds of Italians, Hlgiaas, liii'iuius and Spiniirds invade her several iu lustrie and execu te her public works; why her carrying trade is iu the bauds of foreigners and her colonies remain but at the dead level of military possessions. INVESTMENTS. The last idea of people h iving money here is to invest it, save for a few m juths. ludustrial or commercial veutures are tabooed. Srip tran sactions are apparently limited to giving ch auge for bank notes. There is a glut of property in theiAirket; palatial residences iu the neighbor hood of the Pare Moneeaax cannot be let eveu at a reduction of fifty per cent, so proprietors have to convert them into small apartments at moderate rents. If the Municipal Council has but comoaon patience, there will he qa necessity of levelling the fortifications at an expense of 26.000.OX) frs. to provide sites for houses for the working classes the latter will have all the "West End before them to choose. THE PORT E3ETON TRIAL. The Port Breton trial has commenced, will continue for a fortnight and will rank among the causes celebre. In 1S77. an adventurer, tho Marquis de Rays, then ;iged 43, and belong ing to an old family in IJr. t iue, started au em igration project for a free colony at Port Breton, in the vicinity of New Oile.l oui i. Tiie price of share, which gave a title to several aresof laud, was o fr. payable iu live mi-sithly installments of 1 fr. The colony was to b- at ouch royalist and pious, lectures were given, the society h id a journal. French, Belgian, Spanish, etc., appli cants poured in. From 1S7J to HSJ four v -s-.eli were chartered. The emigrants were mostly the riU'iaffof towns, the provisions proved to be rot ten, the passengers an 1 ore deserted wherever the ships touched, sickness carried off' others, and at Port Breton, where a few arrived and lived like savages, death laid nearly all low, GO at least. Five of the Robinson Crusoes were res cued by a missionary vessel. The Marquis who conferred titles of Comte, etc., on his associates, concealed himself in Spain, but has been extra dited and is charged, with sooie others, with swindling, homicide, and violation of the emi gration laws. SUNDAY LABOR. This sum ner witnesses still further progress iu the cessation of Sunday labor; more shops are closed and there is a diminution iu business street traffic. Though Suudiy ba a leal holiday in France, every citizen is allowed to work if he pleases, sive apprentices who are prohibited. The police cau prevent auy uuueccessary trading and the exposure of goods iu the highways for sale, on Suudays, the penalty for resisting being a fine of 5 to 13 fr. aui lo days imprisonment. APPRENTICES . Respecting apprentices, there is a rouud rob biu oppositiou agaiust increasing their number, ou the part of journeymen. The temple of Ephe sus appears to be in dinger. Formerly each trade had its fixed iia ubt of apprentices, the period of service, generally five years, varied however iu each city and for each trade. Inden tures at present appear uuuecessary, as the num ber of apprentices in Paris is set down at 20,000 of which only 5,000 are articled. By law a mas ter cannot have an apprentice uuless he be 21 years of age aud of good morality. If a bachel or or widower he is prohibited from taking fe male apprentices. If the apprentice be under 16 years of age ho must be allowed two hours daily to go to school. The master cannot employ him as a servant aud is responsible for his moral con duct. The first two months are accorded as a trial at the conclusion of which either party can cancel the indentures. LUNATIC ASYLUMS. The luuatic asylums in Frauce cannot be Bas tiles. I am aware of a gentleman who has had to place recently a relative in that at Charenton, where the price varies from 1,500, 1,003 to 900 fr. a year. Any relative cau visit the patient every Sunday and Thursday, and the Prefect cau order his release despite doctors aud frieuds. Nay more a patieut can write when he pleases to one of the Judges, demanding his liberation and the letter must be forwarded, under penalty of im prisonment if the directors or keepers refuse. The regular soldiers objected to shoot Marshal Ney, so fanatical volunteers were obtained and dressed up in uniform, who did the work. At Bordeaux the heat is so powerful that sun strokes are very prevalent. At Marseilles a citi zen boasts the heat i3 such that people die of "moou" strokes. Two friends. "When last I saw you, 20 year3 ago, you were quite bald, and now your hair is not a bit thinner." Arrivals tthe Hotel- The following ladies aud gentlemen registered at the Hawaiian Hotel during the week: July 27th. It. If alstead and II. E. Halstead, July 23th. D. R. Vida. Maui. J. B. Peste. Kahalui, II. Cornwell, Maui, H. J. Johnson, T. E. Boardmau, Kahalui, J. J. Jeffries, Sydney, J. R. Walters, Kau ai, Mrs. Widdifield aud son, Kauai, John Menke, Koloa-, A. McBryde, Kauai, J. A. Moose, Wailuku, K. Gladstone and wife, W. II. Cornwell, W. P. Wood, Maui, W. Y. Horner, Lahaina. July -2i. C. H. Bragg, Uamakua, S. N. Emerson Waialua. C. A. Chapin, Kohala, H. P. Wood, J. K. Kynnersley, Kohala, T. Spencer, Hilo, G. W. Wil foug, Houokaa, H. P.Baldwin, Miss Everett, Maui, Montague Curr, Hawaii, W II. Holmes, Honokaa, Mrs. Tisdale, C. L. Tisdale, D. L. Tisdalc, Blanche Tidale, Kohala. The following ladies and gentlemen registeied at the Hawaiian Hotel July 31st: Senator Miller, wife aud daughter, San Francisco; Chas. E. Hinckley, New York; Mrs. D. Lyons and three children, Virginia City; Miss F. Lynch, Vir ginia City; Julius Smith and wife, San Francisco; Mr. aud Mj-s. Smith, W. Flowerdew, Ceylon; Wm. Wood, wife and child, Philadelphia. From San Francisco : E. B. Beck, Emil Engling, Amador Andrews, Edward Steele and wife, Gustave Frank; II. M. Pickthall, England; Wm. U. Vernon, England; Chas. Eckel, San Francisco; C. A. Baldwin, San Francisco; R,. Tallant, San Francisco. For Other Shorts. By the steamer Australia quite a number of pas sengers left for the Coast, among them were His Excellency, the American Minister Resident, Rolliu M. Daggett, Bishop Willis, Mr. A. F. Bicker ton, Dr. T. P. Tisdale, wife and family, Captain Wilfong and Mr. J. M. Oat, Jr. lTis Excellency Minister Daggett has obtained leave of absence for two months and will visit California, Nevada, aud possibly proceed to Washington. During bis ab sence the American Legation will be closed. Mr. Bickerton, who has been a resident on these is lands for nineteen years, will visit California, re turning to Honolulu on 30th September by the City of New York. Dr. Tisdale and family are return ing to their old home in Canada. Captain Wilfong goes to Washington on business, and Mr. Mott Oat goes on the same errand to Frisco, returning on the Australia. Humane Sotitty, A meeting of the Humane Society was held last Monday in the ball of the Y. M. C. A. building. About twenty-five people were present, among them being Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Walker, Major and Mrs. Wodehouse, Mr. Cruzan, Rev. G. Wall ace. Mrs. and the Misses Clarke, Mr. W. F. Allen, Mr. A. F. Cooke, Mr. G. C. Kenyon, Capt. Jackson F. Godfrey (Secretary.) Mr. Jno. S. Walker, the President of the Society, occupied the chair. The by-laws, as prepared by the Committee ap pointed to prepare them, were submitted and con sidered seriatim, several amendments being agreed to after considerable discussion. It was decided not to apply for a charter, but to. act under the By-Laws. All members that signed the list are regarded as eligible. The subscription fee was fixed, at 2.uQ aud quite a number of sub scriptions were paid. Pro Patrla, Hawaiians generally will be pleased to learn that there is one man at least in the community who cares for their amusements and interests, and that man is Mr. W. G. Irwin, who on Saturday pur chased the Music Hall in order that it might not pass into other bands and be utilized for other pur poses than that for which it was huiit. Sir. Irwiu considers that with the fortnightly communica tion to and from the coast it will be necessary to have some regular amusement for the increased number of visitors to Honolulu, aud. his bands, everybody will feel confident that our amusements will he both better and more frequent than in the past ; it can only be hoped that this new invest ment may prove remunerative to the pur chaser. Sisters of Charity. People will rejoice to learn that Father Leonor has been successful iu his important mission, and, that a band of the noble Sisters of Charity, tho roughly trained in hospital nursing and practice , will be shortly on their way to the islands. THE DAILY PACIFIC i COMMIES MERIffi STEAM PMT1 HOUSE. VISITING CARDS,! WEDDING & BALL CARDS SOCIAL INVITATIONS OF ALL KINDS. ALSO MOURNING CARDS EXECUTEMIN QREATDVARIETIES Jtew Styles. IIIVIVG ORDERED AD RECEIVIG VERY CHOKE ASS0RT3IEXT OF BRUOES' ASSORTED TYPES, A - I) COMBINATION BORDERS, ora; of the designs are Hast Tatefol and Lovely Plctore$5 WE ARB PREPARED; TO COMPETE WITH ANY OFFICFIIN THF. KINGDOM. Lodges. Le Progres de l'Oceauie, No. 121, A and ASH, meets on Kin? st lat Mrn in each month. Hawaiian No. 21, k" nd A M, meets cor Fort and Queen .ts tiit Mon.lar in each mouth. Royal Arch "Chapter meets in Hull of J,c prog"r69 de rOreknirt every 3.1 Thursday of the mofctU. Cominandery of Knight Temjilai iae-ts every 2d Thurs day in the month. K amehaineha Laitire cf Perfection No. 1, A and A S It, meets at Hall of Ie rVrc-s de l'Oceauie every -Jth Thurv day in the month. Nuua.i.i Chapter of E'l-e Croix, N o. 1, A Ac A S K, meets at hall of Le Proj.ea de l O.vauie tirt Thursday in the Liholiho Council ut" Kadosh, A & A S R , meets on third Monday of alternate months from Feb. Excelsior No.l, 1 O O F, meets eav-h Tuesday in Odd Fel lows' Hall, Fort street. Polynesia Fnettmpment No 1, I O O F, meets at Odd Fel lows' Hall every tirt and third Friday in each month." Harmony No. 3, I O O F, meets each Monday in hall of Excelsior Lodi?e. Oahu No. 1, K of I. meets each Wednesday at Hall, Campbell's Block, 'Fort Ht. Hawaiian Tribe Xo. 1, Improved Order of Red Men, meets every Friday at hall of K of P. Court Lunalilo No. C,6-J, A O F, meets at hall of K of P pecond and fourth Tuesday of month. Morning Star Lo.Lre, N.o. 1, Knights of Jerusalem, meets every Friday evening at hall on Maunakea at. H awaiian Council No. A L of H, m's-ts on the 2d and ast Thursday of each month in Knights of Pythias Hall. Oceanic Council Nc 77", A L of H, mf-ets on the firt and third Tuesdavs of each month in hall of Knig-hts of Pythias. tiecrge W LieLon Poet No 4i, O A K, meets in hall of Knights cf Pythias on the third Thursday of each month. Algeroba Lodge No. 1. 1 O (i T, meets in Knights of Pvthias' Hail evern Monday niht. TOY KEE, Manufacturer ot All Kinds of Ladies' Underwear, &J Nnnnua atrcc-r, between Hotel and Beretania staeet Honolulu. jun27-lra : X sr cs an J e iu imtj At the Old Stand, No. 8 Kaahumanu Street, TIN, COPPER & SHEET IRON WORKER, PLUMBING, in all its branches; ARTESIAN WELL PIPE, all sizes; STOVES and IRAMCES I Uncle Sam, Medallion, Richmond, Tip Top, Palace. Flora, May, Content, Grnud Price, New l!ial, Oper, Derby, Wren. Dolly, Gypy, Queen, Pansy A Army Ranges, Magna Charta, Buck, Superior, Magnet, Osceola, Ahneda. Eclipse, Charter Oak, Nimble, Iuwood A Laundry Stoves, Galvanized Iron A Copper Boilers for Ranges, Granite Iron Ware, Nickel Plated A- Plain, Galvanized Iron Water Pipe, all sizes, and laid on at Lowest Rates ; Cast & Lead Soil Pipe. Mouse Furnishing; Goods ! -A T,r, KINDS: RUBBER HOSEALL SIZES and GRADES Lift and Force Pumps, Cistern Pumps, Galvanized Iron, Sheet Copper, Sheet Iad, Lead Pipe, Tin Plate. Water Closets, Marble Slabs and Bowls, Enameled Wash Stands. Chandeliers, Lamps, ILanteriis A. F U L L T-d r IV 123 O VP GENTS' FINE FURNISHING GOODS, GL ENGLING Sc CO., 5 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu. H. I. AGENTS FOR THE ta Superior" Stove rr ffJlS) janl3 wly WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO HIS FJtlENUS AND THE CJENE ral public that he has opened a icw Stove & House Furnishing ; Hardware Store IN CAMPBELL'S NEW BLOCK, V ' PPte s- 0. Wilder & Co.'s Lumber Yard, about JULY 1st. WITH A PULL LIOTE OP STOVES, c., Goods per " Discovery " Iroin San Francisco, from New York ; and also from Liverpool per " Oberon." By the Discovery ' I have received the following Stoves & Ranges f 4 H, " 2iz-a. A riix Hole Itanire will, I1ROIUNO I1EAKTII an.l I.AWC.E 30 ii h " mArm- am-m ' 'm OVKN, ir.jr a uew feature in a family Rangn. 'Hawaii 'Aloha' and 'Oahu' Ranges AND THE WELL-KNOWN Built to Stand Hard Work. Wrought Iron Ranges for Plantation Use Large Assortment of House F'urxiisliixig Hardware, ke.. ,., , JLr., Well Casing and. Hydvaulic l?ipe Made to Order, and Work of All Kinds in mv Line promptly attended to. P. O. BOX 294. - ju24 a. rr Dealers in Stovs and Ranges. EVEKV liF.SC IUI'ITON OF SHEET METAL WARE On Hand or Wade to Order. TiniiiiiE Plninl)iD2, Guttering:, Etc. Contracted for. Water Pipe anil Fittings ALL SIZES. Hole Agents in theBe Inland for the 6 Montague ' Range AllKiztg in Hock. Circular and J'ncn on p. plication. TELEPHONE tr 1 1 u 't r-zj tlu i ' iiiirrrg