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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, AUGUST 4, 1883.
3 BY AUTHORITY. List of Licenses Expiring in the Month of August, 1883. KKTAlLr-OAllf. , vt - i. Wailan-, K.x-Iiupok" ' H. M.u K-f. Kiuu' ftr--t 2 II W Hare. .laniiskr: -twt. H.jn.dilii .-, V,..-.in' H; Ke. Nanar.a trwt, H"H'.Iuli V F iV.k.-. Via i H.ti..IuI.i - lt. Mahelnn. Wai.i.t-, Honolulu Il..tl rtf-i. H .m.lul.i I K II.' Oil Tai '. Nu'iar.ll tlt, Hotii.lc.:.. Sun HJ Nnuaau if.reet. iiun-jlulu 11 .lohn l-.l. Kin .-trr-t. H.ie.l'il li A Iosel. K1bxu.I. H'-nr.lula I'bow Mini::, Manuakea street. Honolulu l; W K Foster. Forttr-i, ti-u'.i"i II rb Wing '. Niiiiiuu stre. i vi i if Rniui Jr. Kir. ' street. II"U li k, Waial-ia. street, H"U..lul"i It in Chfrni Loon-' V , H -.. K Jolaal Honolulu Inlu ioii .shall fJiv,'c ur counterfeit any btamp of the !'.. toftii-t- I'l-partjntnt, issncl Ly authority of law, r if they -hall ollit rate the mark of any stamp f-r the jmriM.- of iisiii;; the Mi:ie fr a fte-iiid tune. tln-y .-.ail l adjud'cl guilty of f. luiiy, and u cntivii ft .a t Ji !-- f. he fined a -tim li t i-MtcJ-iu' "!. ur -oiicil at liar l.ib.r fr a term !; .f ! il." ! . I V.- ir. i'l t'u- l"i- T-t..II of tilt .II." !. . '.'1 . ! - that if any ls-r-oii ir j- rs.:i.- !iall untie. iiiii.M-k or in aiiv wjy oiien nv mail ia' (-onraiiiiii Tnailal.ie matter without uue au thority tlx- I'o-tiuar-ler-iu-iif-rai, lit shall par a tine .f not l-,s than $() or more thau S.ViO with f " v-ar-irniiri-oiiriifrit in the diserotioii of the ruiirt. s.-cii .ii 1'ij .it tiii- civil code reads: " 1 he cum in;. n li ii' iitlii'i r.-nt coasting vessels shall receive and .:-iiv-r the inn-r-i-land mails at the postoftieea of tht- several jHirfi at which they may touch, in such manner an the I'ostntaster-rieiieral may direct, free of charge; under jx-nalty of forfeiting the coast ing license of their vessel. " jy23 Ctd-4tw. SLF. OF LfcASK OF GOVERNMENT LAND On M'jvuav, September 10th pnoxivo at the front en- reft s. Honolulu 2t Aktnl. Waikele hua M ti t 1 lik Wai, l'"aiu i C A H ..n. Wiihu 2 QtJot) J 'JD?. Fata. Makaiia.. 1 U Akonj. Kk-i, KnU it IN.raweU C. V.k( 14 fhunu' S". 24 Winj Ti. Wikln S Abulu, Kui II W A II. 4 .1 C Avon,'. Hi". N KfKiaU 5 Wm h"ti. Hwi. Knb.la S O Wil rt k. iU: Muk..ua. Kt.t.! V WiM-r r . Kfivrtiih"-. Kohala lOCAloni; pukws IHl- 11 Kwmi h..ng. I'.i-tu h.,.N K.hU l i ..in t.hiDi, rnhB-i, Ilamakua It " Iim7. Hakalan- ''' I) Ho V. lVuiili"- H.lo 16 Ah Qui r n !'. NT,'P00.S ''i IT WohI 4t Zablan. N K..hala 11 Amu, Kakmha-1. Hamatua vl Akin'. Kaioj.ih. N Ki bala 31 San Hop tluj, Naalehti, Kaa '."i !l On. H.' J Ab Ionif, N Rohala II A wan., VaiTr.-a ?4 'bantr Tan, Hilo 23 Kuu r.Mjk l.nnjf. 11'iairin, MUu JH Slna Kw.nu -an'. Hals-a, N Kr.liala 2 t W 11 K Hil A S rl'K'-o A '. Il'.riokai . J Wbif, llalawa. .N Kibala VICTI'AI.IM-i. 7 J-.Un i.r inwill. liana, Mjui J Ahon. Waitukn, Maui J W.l l-r A f.. Kaib w. K-h.la. H.n rin H'.p, Niiaann tr.--t, ll.B;.iln. l-abv. 21 V- -nrn, I'liiiaht-a, llil. Hawaii ij AiUtr 11-ttM irwt, Hoiiolula J -J l I'at. Haiku, Maui ii Ab Foi. N K..bala W II OI.K Saraitrl U Wil-t. r, Mabukoni, N Kohili. II iu l' M"Uiitr 4; 'o, Niiuann tr-t, H'.d jIuIu, Uahn 11 J U Tavkrr, n ir, Honolulu, Oabu U Yom Chon .' C, Kn(j f r-t, Honolulu, ahu .I On i t,on cr., Nu.ianu atreet, Uonulula. Oabu 2S A V I'lrn-a C'. ir-n .rreef, ll..nolnlo. nahu W I. . n. i'i"0 n ft. Honolulu. abn IJC'TCIIF.R 1 A I una. liana. Maui i ij W I- Jon'-. Kan. Hawaii ; J Sylra, Ki-h Market, Honolulu It T Mti i:bwn. L'iah.fli, Hra tka i. Uau 14 J l I'ari. Jr. Kaawaloa A Kona, liawali 2 Knmiwlil. Eawaibau. Kauai 2! Kuoi I'aoa. N Kobal.i. Haxaii rt S ft Hrrwr, Kan .h', KooU'ipok i, O ir.u 21 J Walawala, Kawaika-i. Kauai I'ORK Bl'TCIIKK. 4 AWiui. P .uaili. Ila nakua. Il ia ail i Hop V, Puboiina. Ililo. Hav.ail RKT.ll"'IRlr. 21 H hratll-y. Keytjnr, Honolulu fl Tb' H Iii'l .if, o iim-n ial H' tl. Hon .lulj SlLMON. l KabalHaiiki, lU'ia, Mauii HIM.URI) 14 M VV Aalili K-ioika, K.ihnlui. Maul irk;s. 2S HoIImW k l. oriifr l..rt ail Mr-r.'baut "Ir let Honolulu HKKIK.M.. J i Jan- Turlrrl, Kon.t. ihlm au:t Tuk following; i-riit have lat-ii eoiiiiiiiisi.)ti.d i A-.i'r.4 fr the taxation ilistrii't-i of th Kiuu' l .iii f'r the yi-.ir IH'1 : Hawaii. Hil. Hamakiia. X. K.-halj S. K.-l.aU. X. Kotia . . S. Kona Kau. 1.. Kt'koa . . . . .(leor-ii I!.-11 .1. I. Kamaiiolia . .J. StupjileU-en . . J. ti. ioaili . 1). H. Xahinil . .J. X. Kapalm lnna T. K. Kaaihili M.UI. Iinaina J. A. Kaukau. Wailnkn ii. E. Hii-hard'fi. Makawao J. Xakookoo. Mna J. K. (annua. Molokai and I.aiiai S. K. Knjulii a. oAHt. Il.n..lulii F. H. Uayt l.ln. F'va and Wjianae E. 15. Friel K.n.laiijiokn J. L. Kanlnkoii K'Milaulna J. W. Kaapu. Waialua S. K. MaU"f. Katai. Kid" ..I. V. Kekahimoku Lihne .. J. Kala Kawaihau S. Kain if anal, i - Jan. Y. Iinsh Waimea . .Liwai Kanai Xiihau .' A. Kankau .INO. M. KArEXA. Minister of Finanet. Treanrv iH-partin' iit. June 15. jyotfdw P03T0FFICE NOTICE Relating to the Mails and the Hail Service. A the 1aw- r. iilatiir-' the care and the carrying ( the jmhlic lnaiN thronKhont the Kingdom ap-l-ar not to 1 MiRiciontly known, the following ex-traet-i and aynop-i. of suniie of the more important i.ntained iti chapter 17 of the Tenal Ck1c, under th heading of "Violation of letter and Tostal I.w." (pa'e- 31 to .H) are pr.lli-;hed f.r the in formation of all concerned. SriTins II. Whoerer chall ateal any mail, or te;il front any mail, or fnn any o-tofBce. ny ltferir packet. ihall e pnni-hcd by imprison ment at hard Ialxr ut exceeding fire yeapt, nr !( than one year" Srx. 4. If property of any an-iialde value U taken fron: ru;h ltttt r-.. it in larceny." Scr. IS. Xo hip r .- 1 from a foreign inrt. arriving at any ort at the-e i-land-t, wherr- a po?t ifHe i4 "tl.li-h.-il. shall re jirrniitted to rf jiort. tu.ike entry, or hreak, hulk, until the master or iummDil'r tli.tll have !elierel to the pot roaster at nch rort all l-ttT ilireeted to any person or Iron within tli Kingdom. " etc. Penalty JIM t J5a). Src." 17. Xo r.hip ir ve.l leaving any ort of ih Hawaiian I-land-. where a ptoflW i etab lermittej to carry any. letters, n-w-p;iitT4, or othrr mailable matter. ont-ido the mail, unless the Hiwaiian ptae oti the 5m shall have r-ou previonly pai.l." etc. Penalty SlrtO to Amendment passed lsi; The matter or a ent of any ship or -s l al nt to leave any prt of thi Kingdom fr any foreign p)rt shall give due written notiis of the day and hour of the intended departure to tie- postmaster of such port, and hall make oath or atVirmation of -nrli imtii liefore the I'ollector of the port la-fore ree iv in d clearance papfr-." "Src. IS. Xo inter-island letters ahall be tran anitted by mail nnless prt-vioiisly stamped, and it hall la nnlawfal for any individual to convey ar(y l.-t let or lftters fr..m pTt to vi,rt. "--Penalty, ta S50- "Srr. 1!. Each coasting ve-d hall have, I.lao'd in !me con. picuoiu and convenient place, -a 1 jcke.1 pifstoftice box or bag. legibly lettered, and the master of every such vessel .shall act as a route ':i4'. for the postoftV and all letters properly st miped and pla-ei) in such l'.f or bag, shall ! d -liveri by tho route a'-'nt to the neatest post mastr.r. according to its direction; but the route i4.i,t. t,-fore deliveries, ahall deface or obliterate fl.c stamp or ftamps on ar,y lettem o mailed, on pain of a fine of not less than ten or more than fifty dollar, to be recovered before any polioe or dstriot justice; and on a repetition of imoh otTetj-e the li,env? of tlie vessel commanded by snch postal a?-nt aliall be liable to 1k revoked by the Collector tleneral of Cnstcjms. after conviction before any police justice, at the JeoniplainH W nj postal agents. " 'bzc. 20 a n Ry person or per- ' trance of Amiohni Half., at 12 o'clock noon, will besold at Public Auction, the lease for ten years of the undivided half of tho Government land known as OL.oiirN,, situated in the District of Pu na, Island of Kauai. Terms: Upset price S200 per annum, payable semi-annually in advance. Lease lo date August 15th. 1S3.1. OH AS. T. G CLICK, wan-lit. I Minister of the Interior. Th -ale of L-ase of Esplanade lot on the North corner of Fort and Allen streets, is postponed un til further notice. P.v Order of the Minist-r of the Interior. wtf It has pleased nis Majesty the King to grant let ters patent of denization to William Foster Esq. Iolani Palace. August 7th, 183.1. It has pleaded His Majesty the King to appoint Charles T. Ouhek Minister or the Interior vice Hi4 Excellency Walter M. Gibson resigned. Ionsi Palace, August C, 18S3. Three Big Failures. New York, July 20. R W. Molbrook & Co., cotton goocl.-s raanufucturer-i and con vertersof cotton KOO'l-W-adean assignment to-day. Their liabilities) are about $725,- 000, with preferences amounting- to S67,000. Their losses from manufacturing exceed $.10,000, which has been somewhat in creased by outside transactions. The fail ure wa.i a very great xurnrisi in ewrv de partment of trade. Pittsburg (Pa.), July The Manchester Iron and f?tel Company, with a capital stock of SoOO.OOO, made an assignment to day to V. V. Martin of Allegheny City and Henry Stanton of New York. The as slgnoes examined the papers this afternoon. Martin states that the assets are between TiW.uov and :uu,u. i ney consist or a blast furnace, a superior rolling-mill and -lock. The liabilities, including bonded indebtedness, are $fiiK,Ooo. The largest creditors are in the East, Naylor & Co., of New York, importers of foreign ores, being the heaviest losers. A statement will be prepared aad an extension asked. Boston, July 20. Qunn, Curtis & Co., mercantile laiel printers and stationers, have suspended, liabilities, $120,000. Steamboat Attacked by a Mob. Memphis Tenii., July 23. The packet Ida Darragh arrived here to-day and rcorts that last Saturday at Burnett's landing, forty miles above the mouth of the Arkan sas river, a mob of several hundred on the bank fired into the steamer, fatally wound ing Alfred Werner, boss of a gang of con victs. A yi.u.ig nuu-hinist in the neighbor hood of lie 1 Forks w :is indebted to a Mrs. King, his landlady, a few dollars for board, and preparing to leave, promised to forward the money, but the landlady caused his ar rest and the magistrate sentenced him to work In the field along with convicts for at tempt to defraud. The machinest not work ing satisfactorily Wei ner caused three ne gro convicts to whip the machinist from the effects of which he died. The Sheriff of Desha county arrested Werner and three convicts and wis taking them to Arkansas City, when th moh attacked the steamer. One negro convict jumped into the river and was brained while swimming ashore. The mob fired many shots and endangered the lives of passengers. The Sheriff with the wounded Werner and the remaining convicts escaped by transfer to another steamer. THE UO.VOLrLl LIBttlUY AM) REIDIXG ROOM. 1 Description f the ew Balldla:. An improvement to Hotel Street will shortly be made by the erection of a new building, which has be' n already commenced for the Honolulu Library and Heading 'loom Association. Ti e ni tin entrance will l; from Hotel str.-et the building ext-j.diiig back along Alakea Streat for al most on. ii:i:ilrrl feet. Ou entering the door one come,, into a hall tweatv fiet bv ten feet three inches, with a window facing Alakea Street. Ou the left of the hall is a parlor 20x20 feet, look ing on to Hotel Street, and liehind the hull and parlor is the reading room. 32x3 feet. Behind this again will be the library 22xK feet over which is a large skylight, and all round the library gallery in which the books will be arranged on shelves or in cases. Behind the library are out houses with a side entrance from Alakea Street. The building will all be on the ground floor, ita front appearance being very neat with its Corinth ian columns and Doric lintels. It will haveafromt age of thirty-three feet two inches to Hotel Street and a depth of ninety-nine feet five inches on Ala kea. There is to be special attention paid to ven tilation, there being no lean than twelve ventilators to be placed in the reading room with others in the parlor and library in accordance with their size and requirements. The front doors will be of plate glass and the transoms hung on pivots, while at the right of the door a refrigerator will supply the needs of the thirsty. The floors of the reading room, hall, parlor, ana library are to De woricea specially out of one by three inch, clear, seasoned. picked, vertical grained North-west lumber, which is to be smoothed off when laid and subsequently to be waxed. All the doors are to be of a good height and width, while between the library and reading rooms, sliding doors twelve by thirteen feet are to be placed. The sill of the windows will be seven feet from the floor and evidently there will be plenty of light and fresh air. The building is to le made of bricks, and roofed with slates and will be completed in a few months. Mr. E. B. Thomas has the contract for its erection and Mr. Isaac Moore is the architect. This building, when completed, will be in a most central and conveni ent locality and there can be no doubt but that the Honolulu Library will then be more utilized than it is at present. t THE ROYAL UAW1I11.V BAXD. Their Fa resell Concert at the Mask Ball. Monday night the members of the Royal Hawaiian Band gave a farewell concert at the Music Hall prior to their departure to-day for the Cjj, t by the Mariposa. The following was the programme: Overture: "The Golden Cross." Bruell. March: "Tannhauser," Wagner. Selection: "Nabucco," Verdi. Polka; "Chamberlain," Michiels. Cornet Solo, Mr. Michiels. Selection: "Patience," Sullivan. Finale: "Rigoletto," Verdi. Waltz: "Remembrance," Waldteufel . Hawaii Ponoi. The opening overture The Golden Cross was good, the second number the Tannhauser march showed toad vantaja the playing of the clarionets and piccalo. The beautiful composition of Verdi, Nabucco, was very well played aad the melody ac companiment of some instruments was well exe cuted throughout. The Chamberlain polka in which Mr. Chas. Michiels played'a cornet solo was exceedingly well rendered, the netes of the cornet being particularly clear. The next number was a native song and chorus called Malania (the name of a wind) which was not included in the pro gramme, this received a hearty and well deserr ed encore in response to which one verse was repeated. We shall be sorry to lose our well known Patience for six weeks as will Mr. Berger's children who beat time during the whole piece showing that they are likely to follow in the musical steps of their father. Mr. Samuel Parker, Mr. Cecil Brown and Mr. W H. Cornwell then trod the boards and were receiv ed with applause on this their maiden appearance. They had evidently lost their cue, but ultimately they remembered some of their parts which had not received sufficient study. The words " Hono lulu " and " check" were at length heard, when Mr. Berger received the latter and was so over come that he seized them all by the hands at once. The concert closed with the Remembrance waltz aud Hawaii Ponoi. Mrs. Miller, Miss Miller, aud , Mr. aud Mrs. Steele occupied His Majesty's box. We regret to say that there were not more than one hundred people present. THE DAILY PACIFIC IuLiMfifiTl-M Sip I mm u HOUSE. The Woodward Menagerie The animals and birds at Woodward's Gar dens have recently shown a disposition to in crease and multiply. One of the seagulls has hatche d two yonng ones, said to be the first born in a st.ate of captivity iu the United States. One of the egys was in part artificially incu bated, but both weie induce 1 to give forth their feathered content iu the mother's nest. But a more noticeable addition to the collection by birth is that of three African lions, the progeny of the lioness Jenni;, born on tho occasion of the French fete. The mother and whelps are doing well. Other late additions to the me nagerie are a kangaroo with a young one in her pouch, a pair of Tasmanian devils, a species of untamable wolverines, find two native com panions. These last are birds of the crane apecies. 1 hey are, however, somewhat larger, are r,f a light slate color and hve a brown ring around the head. Th collection of birds and beasts is continually increasing and affords a constantly changing study -of natural history. A Big Blaze. New York, July 22 The live upper floors of the Munrpe building, 17 to 27 Vande- water -treet were gutted by fire this after noon. I he nors below were flooded with water and every tenant sufflered more or less. The total loss is about STOO.OOI. There were rnaii3 narrow escapes, but no lives were lost. No one was seriously Injured. The building Is eight stores high and the firemen worked at a great disadvantage. Thirteen firemen were cur ort by fire and smoke on the eighth floor. They were res cued by means of a rop.?. Nine other fire men, imprisoned on (he same floor, were also rescued in a similar way. The firemen on the roof were ordered offabout a rrjlnute before It rell. Hje cause of the fire was spontaneous combustion. About 1,000 per sons were employed in the building, but few will be thrown out of employment. RevUlon of a Charter. Considering th-j reoen t action of certain planters who are m?mb?rs of tho Planters I.ibor and Sup ply Company, in holding political meetings to the exclusion of subjects properly belonging to tlie planting interest, it scenes only proper that they should apply for a revision of their charter to per mit them to undertake the wqrk of Cabinet making aud of Ministerial manufacturing. A Cotton Ejposltloc. A World's Industrial and Cotton CeuU-nnial Ex position is to be held in New Orleans in- 1331-S5. Cotton, oottpn machinery asd cotton fabrics will form the central exhibit, but every variety of pro ducts and mmufirture will also be represented. The Kreat Shew Day. On Tuesday Messrs. G.W.Macfarlane 4 Co. open ed their show rooms to exhibit their new goods ex Hankow, Shandon and other late arrivals. The first thing that attracted attention was the very handsome steel shield ornament at the corner of a table, in the center of which stood those most ex quisite vases and the center piece ot which previ ous mention has leen made. Close by was a very handsome Dresden china figured coffee service and one silver-mounted of most delicate tints. Some thing new in claret jugs was also noticeable the glass representing the body of a seal or duck with heads of solid silver. In glassware there is every thiug that the most fastidious could desire; it re sembles the old Venetian glass of pure white on pedestals of pink, each individual set containing twelve different wine glasses for almost' every known or unknown kind of wine with decanters of novel and quaint designs. Tho dinner service be longing to Mr. Macfarlane is one of the handsom est ever seen in Honolulu. It is of white china with a pink and gold border aad the letter M in gold letters on every piece. Although this is not for sale yet orders can be taken for others of simi lar or varied designs. For gardens or parks there are some very handsome figures and vases of majol ica ware. For presents or racing trophies there are cups and goblets of all kinds. For utility there are handsome plated dish covers, carvers and toast racks of unique d igns, as well as pitchers and goblets of the Lamlieth pottery ware. Ladies have a large assortment of fans to select from of every conceivable design, one of maroon satin with tlowers and leaves raised on it and an other of feathers being v?ry handsome. Telescopes, field glasses, bronze oraaments, hats, handker chiefs, hose and iindnrlinen of the finest and most varied qualities. In albums the firm havo import ed something never seen liefore in Honolulu, one of black plush with a golden colored rose worked on it being tit for a Queen. There are others of- wh-te plush, of russia leather and of black velvet. Dining-room ornaments can be obtained from a large assortment of marble clocks, glass and majol ica ware, also of the very handsome bronze figures of men, dogs and horses, one set of three groups of birds it would be difficult to excel anywhere. In smaller articles more suitable for birthday or Christmas presents are purses, pocket-books, pic ture frames, sachels, ne.idle books, work baskets, etc., all of which are of superior make and finish. Dress goods for ladies one cannot attempt to de scribe yet some handsome new figured sateens of light and dark colors looked very attractive. Tow elings, table linen, well almost everything is there but will shortly disappear, unless the stock is un limited, judging by the numlier of visitors who made extensive purchases yesterday. The Boston Exhibition. A second installment of exhibits for the Boston Foreign Exhibition was forwarded on Tuesday by the steamer Mariposa. This lot includes the whole representation of the sugar producing industry of the Islands, exclusive of a few samples of sugar cane and of soils which were sent forward in the mail steamer. Only sixteen of our plantations deemed it worth while to be represented at this important exhibi tion notwithstanding the fact that all expenses in cidental to the packing aad transmission of sugar exhibits to the Exhibition have been provided for , i , , . , r - t i o t y, i , Dy tne i'iauters iiapor ibu ouppij uo ine uov- i 1 1 r- -v f A v n r-m a I I -, ernment and the Oceanic Steam Shipping Company WlUUI Nil AO KAI I I, A R IIS VISITING CARDS, At the Old Stand, No. 8 Kaahumanu Street, TIN, GOPPER & SHEET IRON WORKER, PLUMBING, in all its branches; ARTESIAN WEIX PIPE, all sizes; STOVES and ftAMCIES ! t-ncletiam, Medallion, Richmond, Tip Top, Palace, Flora, Mav, Contest, Grand Trice. New Iiival uper, U eruy, v, ren. UOUy, Gypsy, yneen, Tansy A Army Ranges, Magna Charts. Buck, Huperior. Magnet, Osceola, Almeda. Eclipse, Charter Oak, Nimble, In wood A Laundry Stoves, Galvanized Iron fr Copper Boilers for Ranges, Granite Iron Ware. Nickel Plated A- Main Galvanized Iron Water Pipe, all sizes, and laid on at Lowest Rates ; Cast & Lead Soil Pipe. Mouse Furnishing Goods ? ALL KIIISTDS: RUBBER HOSEAIL SIZES and GRADES Lift and Force Tumps, Cistern Pumps, Galvanized Iron, Sheet Copper, Sheet Lead. Lead Pipe. Tin Plato. Water Closets, Marble Slabs and Bowls, Enameled Wash Stands. Chandeliers, JLamps, JLaiiterns V PU L Ij T. I IV 33 OF GENTS FINE FURNISHING Drpartare of the Mariposa. The largest crowd that has ever witnessed the departure or arrival of a steamer at Honolulu, ex cept when His Majesty arrived from his tour round the world, assembled Tuesday at the Oceanic Steamship Co.'s wharf at the time the Mariposa sailed. This is partly accounted for by the unusu ally large number of passengers but chiefly on ac count of the interest felt in the ship herself Among those present were His Majesty the King, accompanied by Major Pnrjris, H. R. H. Princess Likelike, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, His Excellency W. M. Gibson, His Excellency J. M. Eapena, Colonel Clans- Spreckels, Mrs. and Miss Spreckels, Mr. E. L. S. Steele and Mrs. Steele. The passengers with their friends commenced to go on board before one o'clock and by half-past one o'clock a long string of carriages in front of the Custom House showed that something unusual was going on. The wharf was densely packed and on board the crush was worse. There was the us ual leave taking, the kissing, crying, hugging, jok ing, laughing," smiling and singing; there was an' occasional scion of some noble house lost who had to be" sought for at the last moment, and when the signal all aslrore was given there was a rush and a crush at the gangway which caused for a quarter of an bonr a regular block. Through the assist ance of Captain Mehrtens a passage was cleared and His Majesty enabled to tread onoe more oa terra firma, the ship disgorged lie r living non-passengers. Consnl McKinlay being the last down the gangway, the band boys played a few farewell aira and off she moved slowly but surely, turning round with remarkable preeision. The manager of the company had a race in a little boat to catch the m onster aud hand over his pipers, and the privil eged few win went outside the reef got safely back again. Tho band ha goa . the dude has gone and many kind and dear friend havr gone and here endeth the first tr:p of the Mariposa. HER FAS.E!oFRS. Mr. J. D. Spreckels, Z. S. Spalding and family. Senator Miller, wife and, daught er, F. A. Schaefer, wife, child and nurse. Miss Nina Green. Miss Grace Robertson, Captain Willfong and wife. Miss K Makee. Xiss Harris. Mrs. an 1 Misi L?wjrs. Masters' F. and K. L-iws, Tan. Brown anl wife. Rev. Alexander Mackintosh anl wif. Miss Mills, Miss Gillon. Mrs. Nichols, Miss J. Smith. Dr. Smith, II. M. Jones, W. L. Joii an 1 wifj. H. Brger, wife and famHy, J. K.'Smith and wife, Frank Brown and wife, C. H. Ilincley, A. Andrews, C.sA. Williams. C. E. Wil liams J. MoKeagu-, J. Nott. W. Wenner, ' W. Mc Chesncy, Oscar White, A. McBride, J. Willcox, T. MeGillevray.Ms. Batchelor and servant, J. Stock ley, O. K. Miller, R. V. Randail and wife. S. A . Eillie, Miss Logan. MadameTonto and child, J. A. Hopper, Miss E. L. Angus, H. E. Ensign. R. A. Macfie, Ed. Marshall, P. Le, C. A. B.allwin, Car Jariqg. J. Arp, W. Wootier. Jose Riiros. H. Pino, Wm. Fayo and daughter, A. Miurer, Kaikuai, Q. Ealua, Mrs. L. Qnsly. Mrs. A. Powers, A, Strepe wife and five children, C. Wond, Jno. if urphy, J. L.ewis, M. Francis and wife. S. Lopez, J. Collins, L. P. Small, F. Carnes, (. v-feik, Che Chuug, A. Pelter, Band Boya (29). jointly. Forty kegs of sugar from sixteen planta tiona is not a fair representation of the prodnce of the country. When the Government undertook the matter they received a ready response from the Trustees of the Planters' Labor and Supply Com pany who undertook to communicate with all the producers on the islands and to bear all. expenses of preparing and packing the exhibits, and it is not the fault of theso gentlemen that the result falls so far below what was expected. It is not the fault of the Government for they have done all they could to supplement the efforts of the P. L. & S. Co. by sending special agents to all the plantations on Maui and Hawaii. It comes, however to this in the end sixteen plantations out of sixty odd have had the public spirit to prepare exhibits. The other exhibits forwarded on this occasion are a number of specimens of Printing and Book bindiug by local firms. There is also a case of Gu ava Jelly and Tamarind Preserves prepared by Mr. F. Horn. Photographs of the Colman's Cane Planting Machine have been sent also a number of pictures of the King and Queen and of the Kame hameha Statue. Amongst other exhibits should be mentioned three maps from the Royal School and three from Iolani College, shewing what native Hawaiian boys of tender years can accomplish. WELLS, FARGO JL CO. Thry Open an Express Agency In Honololo. Messrs. Wells, Fargo A Co. have de termined to open a hranoh establishment in Hon olulu, and. for this purpose, Mr. A Andrews ar rived hy tho Mariposa. The business ot the com pany is to forward and deliver goods to all parts of the world, sending them from here by the Oceanic Sti-aui Co.'s line of steamers. A messenger will be here on each boat from the Coast, all packages will be delivered, immediately upon the arrival of the steamer, and, when required, packages Will be called for, to be fowarded elsewhere. In addition to this the company is prepared to do a general forwarding, commission and collection business and to receive and forward letters entrusted to their charge. Letters sent by their agency will be dropped into a boat immediately on the arrival of each steamer, and be brought on shore and de livered before those that come by mail can reach the Post-office. One charge will be made to cover all expenses and people need not bother about passing entries at the Custom House. The busi ness of the company has commenced, and Mr. W. G. Ashley, who has been appointed agent for Honolulu, is prepared a,toJ receive at his of fice at J. W. Robertson's store parcels to be for warded by the Mariposa. aug-itf The Sprinkler. Sprinkle, sprinkle, water cart. How I wonder where-thou art; Never can I findhee nigh When the dust is deep and dry. When the clouded sun is set, And the streets with rain are wet. Then you wing your little flight. Sprinkle, sprinkle left and right. When the crossings, Sunday clean. Full of well-dressed folks are seen, Men, amid their shrieks and oaths, How you sprinkle all their clothes. And when bright my boots are "shined," And my hands in kids confined, Rattling down the thirsty street. How you soak my hands and feet. Some day, when this deed is done, I will draw my trusty gun, Then we'll wonder where thon art. Buckshot-sprinkled water cart. .. Burlington Jlavkeyf. Arrivals at the Hotel. The following ladies and gentlemen registered at the Hawaiian Hotel: August 4th, W. Mailer, Kona; R. W. Purvis, Ki- lauea; Mr. and Mrs. Kogske, Lihue, F. W. Glade, Koolau; P. N. Makee; Waihee; Mr. and' Mrs, S. Clementsoy, Boston; Mrs, S. Bright, F. Justice Stanier, W. Robinson, Captain and Mrs. Murray, England; Connt Strickland, MalU; W. H. Kinson, New Zealand.'. J, J- Moore, Melbourne; E. Clifford. New York; Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Smith, Adelaide; J. S. Levey. L. Zuches, O. Barnett, Melbourne: A. W. Heydsmann. Germany; Mr. and Mrs.T). Ryrie, the Masses Ryrie, Sydney; Mr. and Mrs, P. Gay, Ade laide. August 5th, J. Greenwald. S. A. de Bille,. Hana; A. B. Loebenstein, D. Porter, C N. Arnold, Hilo; S. D. Curtis, Hartford. U. S. A.; W. J. Horner, Jr. Kahului; W,. Y. Isomer, Lahaina; L. Kahlbaum, Makaha. IJHflSTES QT TH5 INTERIOR- From oir " By Authority " celainn it will be. seen that His Majesty the King has appointed, Major T. Cjulick as Minister of the Intehior, an appointment which CA.qnot Lu' be satisfactory o every hoy. GOODS, SOCIAL INVITATIONS A.T- OP ALL KINDS. MOURNING CARDS EIECMMN GREAT VARIETIES tor i EW Styles B1I'G ORDERED AD RECEIVING VERT CHOICE ASS0RTKEXT OF BRUGES' ASSORTED TYPES, tfait Killed Them, The following pecqliar epitaph. m,ay ha seen the Chil4w-&ld oharohjard. in England.; Here lies me and xdj three daughters. Brought here hy using seltzer waters, H we had. stqok to epsom salts. We wouldn't hare been here in these vaults.' 4D rift" KJ kPy Gr ENGrTIlNrG & CO . 5 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, H. I. AGENTS FOIt THE J CaSt-- rr-7-5 DsMtlorn in -frrotv, Stovs and Ranges. ifyttrTl KVEItY iJilHf ltJI"J ION oi COMBINATION BORDERS, oae of thi deslas are Uou TitUefal and Lovely Fbttsres WK ARE PREPARED; TO COMPETE WITH ANT OFFICE IN THE KINGDOM. Lodges. It; Progres de l'Ooeanie. No, 124, A and A S R, meets on Kin? st last Man in each month. Hawaiian No. 21, F and A M, rnf-ets car Fort and Quer n sta nrst Monday in each month. Royal Aroh Chapter meets in Hall of Le Trores de l'Oeeanie every 3d Thnrxlar of the month. Commaadery of Knifrht Templar meets every 2d Thuja- - lay m tne mouin. K ameBaraeha Ixidee of Perfection No. 1, A and A S R, meets at Hall of Le I'rogres dfi l' ceauie every -1th Thurs day in the month. Nuuanu Chapter of Rose t'roix, .Vo. 1, A & A 8 R, meets at hall of l Pro.-e9 de 1'Orpanie first Thursday in the month. Alexander Liholiho. Council of Kadosh, A & A 8 R , meets on third Afonday of alternate months from Feb. Xxoelsior No.l, lOOF, meets each Tuesday ;a CVW Fel lows Hall, Fort street. Polynesia Encampment No 1, 1 O O F, meets at fld Fel lows' Hall every first and third Friday in, each month. Harmony No. 3 I O O, F, meets each Monday in hall of ExcfJaior Lodge. , Oahu No. 1, K O.f P, meets each Wednesday at nail, Campbell's Block. Fort St. Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, Improved Order of Red fccn, meeta every Friday at hall of K o P. Court fcunalilo No. 6,600. A O F. meets at hall of K of P second and fourth Tunsday of moth. Morning Star Lodge, No. 1. Knights of Jerusalem, meets every Friday evening at hall' on Maunakea st. Hawaiian Council No. G&9, A, L of H, meets on the 2d and ast Thurlay of each month in Knights of Pythias nail. Oceanic Council No 777. A L of H. meets on the tiMt and third Tuelavs of each month, in haU of knights of f ythias- Oeorge W beLong Post No . Q A K, meets in hall a t Knights qf Pythias or, the thipd Thursday cf each month, Algeroba Lodge No. 1,1 O i T, meets in Knights of Pythias' Hall eve Mocdav niht. flpiifeiti SHEET METAL WARE "mMlA W,tcr and Fillings, janl3 wly ALL HIZLS. Hole A Rents In these Islands fur tlie Montague' Range All Sizes in Ptock. Circulars and Prices r,n ) plication. TELEPHONE 511. Uase to Lot and Faraltare for Sale. - i A HOC3K OF 3 ROOMS CAN BE RENTED OS J. reasonable terms by parties who will bny the iTimlture, which will be sold cheap. Apply at 57. .irchant street, near corner of Alakea street- taT3t J "Eft Q BOS 294 WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO HIS FRIKNDS AND TIIC OKN'F ral public that he lisvi opened a flew Stove & Mouse -Fiirulshiug Hardware SI ore IN CAMPBELL'S NEW BLOCK, Opposite S. 0. Wilder & Co.'s Lumber Yard, about JULY 1st, WITH A FULL LIItfE OF STOVES, cSc, GQpds per Discovery " from San Francisco, from New York ; and also from Liverpool per " Obcron.M By the Discovery ' I have received the following Stoves & Ranges fc ! A WAA Ik A IT A M -'"- "ole Knice with IIR0IUN0 II KARTII and LHflK .';0 In. l. 'mm'm OVKN, bt-ii f a new future in a family Range. 'Hawaii,' 'Aloha' and 'Oahu' Ranges AND TnE WELUKXOWN EICHMOND R jSTGOf; ! Built to Stand Hard Work. Wrought Iron Ranges for Plantation Use Large Assortment of Hardware. ... Well Casing and I-Iydranlic Pipe -BUae to Order, and Work of All Kinds in mv Line promptly attended tc ju24 i