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PAOiriti fcdMMMtiiAL AllVidftfllsEii, AUGUST m. 1883.
n 1 1st of Licenses Expiring in tha Month of August, 1883. RETAIL 0"l' , .k.mu Wejkane,Koolaaiko 1 w Fawaa. King ftrt 4 U W f;oa .tieet. Honolulu - iaUelon. Waianae, Hono ttlu ; v, rtreet .Honolulu lM Ou T. Naao .trt. Honolulu V&p N.. Honolulu t ? etrt. Honolulu 1 J .VTJiuM " sSSk street. Honolulu 14 V Siuuanu HIlu . fa. Wa.al.atiU Honolulu llTchat. x trt' Honolulu il Les V" i onii k Co. Uwi, Eoolaupok i tl.'ioate street. Honolulu A.VJw Cer Fort .d Merchant StrS, Honolulu MAt'l - r a Hna. Walhu j 1 Akun. krkeKul 4 i;rnwU Co. Weikapu U Chun Leualna i wm; Tai. kP j Abulu, Kaupo HAWAII. ; WlMr . co. ' Wd.Ur B KobaU . ..m I'UU FAUAbaa, JUsbbbub I V Wo lliwc, HakaUu. HU. li H Wo, FanaHoe Hdo IT Wood A -bU,N Si ao Hup nB. Seleuu. Km w Ah u-umr, bobaib tl a iwnt, vV alma 14 (baa Ta,Hll 15 Kane rook Lao. Humma, H.lo J ol K-m H.l.a, N W r.U W U r . Uilo . I 79 A Clrghora Co. HotvAea 3t) J Wkitr, Ualawa. M Kohela VICTCALKO. J JBa OroDweU. Hans, M-ul Una Hop, N'ouoa atrt, Honolulu. Oaha JJ AdU iMjMii. Hoti rft, Oonolaltt M Lm Pt.Ustka, Maut 2 Ah Foo. N KobU WHOLE LE- fitmnrl Q Wilder. Miokoas N KohaU. Hwau I HoUUt-r A Co. Sn rt. Hoaolalo, O.ha 14 TwaOwi A Co. Hog trt, HUn.Jala, Oaha Jl o loa Oo,NaBno tt, Uounlula. O.ha 04 A W Pl? A Co. gan rtmL HoaoltUa. Oak D W L. Orern, Qkwb tret. Hoaolalo. Ot!iil BCTCUGR o W C Joo, Ka. , , j HtUb, i'wh liarki-t. Hosolala 14 T MaCBoaif.LapaBoehof', Umkai, Utl li i- li f ri J r, KmUu 8 Kuoa. UawaU 31 KamualU, Ewiha. Caaai at Kaoat Paot. S Kohala. HawaU it M R Hrw-r, Caomtia. Kuo.aupoku, Oaba M J Walai, Ewtktt. Kauai PORK BUTCHER. t Aklai. PatU. Hanaakaa, Hawaii li lop Wa, Piihoaaa. Uiio. Hawaii R ETA I L SPIRIT. r 0 BraJb-r. Iytol Hooolula iJ Tk H Uud.xt, Commercial Hotel, Hoaolala SALMON. 1 Kahaleaakl, Haua, Manai BILLIARD. 14 a W Aalill A Kapoikai Kabaiul, Maul DRUGS. a HoUiatav fc Co, curarr Fort axl Merchant atraata Uooolala FIREARMS. Jamra Torbert. Kon, O ho au3 Sealed Tenderi. S.Ia,i Tfndura will be received at the Interior Department until the First Day of September, A. D. 1333. at 12 o'clock nwon, for supplying Oahn Prion with 600 Vb of Hard Taiai, mora or less, per week, to be delivered on Hnch daj an the jailor of Oa.hn rrion ihall direct, far One year from the drat day of September, A. D. 13.43. Such Paiai to m of the best quality and anbject to the approval of the Marshal. The contractor will be required to give bonds in th iiu of (1,000 for the faithful performance of the id contract. The VinUter doe not bind himself to accept the loweat or any bid. CIIAS. T. OTLICK, ViaUter of the Interior, Interior 0n i, August 9, 1S83. augllwtf Sale of leate of Government Land. On Monday deptembt-r 10th. 1443, at the front entrance of Alii olani Hale, at 12 o'clock mn. will bo Bold at pub lie anctionone lot of land nitmted on Fort Street Faplanade, beinjr lot 14. Terra : Leane 25 year; np-tet price 9240 per an num paid quarterly in advance, with the following condition: That a fire-proof brick building costing eight thousand dollar be erected thereon with in one year from date of leate. CHAS. T. GULICK. Minister of Interior. Interior Department. Augmt 10. 1333. wtd Male or Lkabb or OovrasMEST Laxo. Ox MoxoiT. br.rTEXBcn 10th rmoxixo at tUa front en trance of Aliiolaxi Halx, at 12 o'olock noon, will ba aold at Public Auction, the leae for ten years of the undivided half of the Government land known Olohcxa, aituated in the District of Pu na. Ialand of Kauai. Tcbxi: Upset price 1200 per anaim. payabla aemi-annually in advance. Leaae to date August 13th. 18.43. C11A3. T. GULICK, waaglltd MinLttor of th Interior. In conformity with beetion SSA of the Civil Code, notice U hereby given that the flaheriea of the Government Kai or Sea of " Keehi " and Kalia wa " Island f Oaha ahall henceforth be considered taboo daring the mouth of November, December, January, February, March, April and May for the protection of the fisheries Ckas. T. G click. Minister of the Interior? I.ttmiob OrricE, August 8, 1883. augll-w3t. m . . - . i . -a Offlcial notice having been given that during the temporary absence of Mr. F. A. Sohaafer, Consul for Italy, Mans. Henri Feertwill discharge the functions of that oCSce as Acting Consul, all persons are hereby recaeJe4 to (in full faith and credit to bis Official Acts in that eapaoity. WALTER JC. OLB30S, Miaiater o.f Foreign Affaira. Foreign Department. Honolulu, August 8, 1333. dlt-w2t Mr. M. D. Monarrat is this day appointed Com missioner of Private Ways and Water Rights, for the District of Kona, Island of Oaha, rioe D. K. Fyfe reignsl. CHARLES T. OULICK, Minister of Interior. The Board consist f the following members: D. Kahann, J. S. Smithied, M. D. Monsarrat. Dkpabtxctt or I.ttcbiob. August 9, 1883. augllwtf. ',." a . i Tke sale of Lee of Esplanade lot on the North corner of Fort and Allen streets, is postponed an t further notice. By Qrder of the fiuiter of the Interior. Duris; my absence from the Island, the Honor" able a! S. Cleghorn will act for me as Governor of tm Island of Qahu. .jO. O.pqMINJS. Governor of Qahu. Odce of the Governor of Oaha. Hoaolala, Aug ust 21. 1333. aug21d2twlt Eeeeption at Iola.nl Palace- .On. Tuesday. August 21st, at noon Uia Majesty received at Iolani Palace, the Captain and officers of the United Stat- war ship Pensacola. They were received at the ate ps of thi-Palace by His Majesty's Chamberlain, Colonel CC. Hjidd and at the entrance t the vestibule of the paUcwby His Eicellency W. M. Gibson, the Minister of Fereign Affairs, who conducted them to the audience cham ber and presented to Hi Majesty the United States Consul D. A. McKJnley, who presented Captain Henry Erben who in torn introduced his officers in the followin g order: John K. Lewis, Chaplain U. S. N.; Franklin Hanford. Lieutenant; L. B. Baldwin. P. A. Sur geon; J. A. Turner, 2nd Lieutenant U. S. Marines; G. W. Denfeld, Ensign; Frank R. Heath, Enign; Thomae C. Prince. Naval Cadet; Albert L. Key, Naval Cadet. Hie Majesty was attended by His Excellency the Minister of Foreign Affairs, His Excellency Gov ernor Dominis, His Majesty' Chamberlain, Colon el Carles H. Judd, Colonel James H. Bovd and Ma jor Edward W. Purvis. The following persons have been commissioned aa Tax Assessors for the taxation districts of the Kingdom for the year 1883 : Hawaii. Hilo .. Hamakua E. Kekoa George Bell .J. P. Kamaaoha N. KohaU S. Kohala N. Kona 8. Kona Kan Puna . .J. Stupplebeen . . . . J. G.Hoapili . . .L. 1. UUUU . ..J. N. Kapaha . ..T. K. Kaaihili XACI. Lanaina J. A. Kaukan. Wailnka Makawao Hana Molokai and Lanai Honolulu , Ewa and Waianae. Koolaupoko Koolaulo Waialna Koloa Lihue Kawaihan Hanalei Waimea Niihau . .G. E. Bichardson. J. Nakookoo. J. K. Hanuna. S. K. Kupihea. OAHU. . . . F. H. Harselden. E.'B. Friel J. L. Kaulukou J. W. Kaapa. S.pu Mahoe. Kapai. .J. W. Kekahimoku J. Kala 8. Kaiu Jas. W. Bush .Liwai Kauai A. Kaukaa JNO. M. KAPENA, Minister of Finance. Treasury Department, June 15. 1882. jyStf dw DUM0D err DUX0XD. The "BUck" Dlameee Wlii. For the past three years a good-lookin'j damsel of the half-caste type has occupied the attentions of mere than one of our citizens; in fact she was one of what might very appropriately be termed a charming young widow." Finding that one of her suitors was more liberally inclined than the rest, she resolved to cast her lot with him, since which time she has been known as " Mrs. Black." All went on smoothly to outward appearances until last April, when a mirriv.fa notice appeared in the columns of the Pacwic Com mcrcial Adver tises and also of the Gazett. as follows: AfABRIED. MACQREGOR DWIOHT At Kaalaea. Koolaupo ko. Oaha. on Friday. April 13th, 1833, by the Rev. J. N. Paikuli, Captain Alexander McGregor of the steamer Mokolu, and Jars. Harriet 1). D wight, widow of the late James D. D wight. ' The absence of the reported bride from the dom icile of Mr. Black about this time, aroused bis sus picions, and on making & thorough investigation, he felt convinced that the reported marriage was untstjo. In fact, Mr. Black's be lief was substantiated by the appearance of the widow at this office asking that the item be contra dicted. Whether the marriage took place or not, is unknown to as, bat the late Mrs. D wight, ' Clark, resided in the Koolaa district for the past two or three months. Wednesday she appeared in Honolulu, her face covered with a thick Teil. Ac companied by her father an4 son, she obtained permission from the acting Governor to leave the Kingdom. Later in the day. the well-known figure of Mrs. Harriet D wight was seen on board of the W. H. Dimond. As she was about to cast off from the whaif en voyage to 'Frisco, the late proprietor of tho ADVKRrisEB, Mr. J. H. Blact. was also on view. Thus ends lhe flrnt aot of Diamond cut Dia mond in Honolulu. The fintle has yet to bo re ported. Base-hall. The practice game. of base-ball between the Ifon- oluluans and the Kackiaks was played on Saturday afternoon au.l .-asily won by the former; the latter had nine innings while the former rc-fimed to play their ninth because it was too lite to play anymore; they were quite satisfied with whit they made and did not wish to discourage tho Kackiacks, for fear that they might play wildly iu the coming match. . ., "- ; ' ? -1 The game at first was in favor of Ihe'Kab'd icks up to the 7th innings they having two runs ahead of the Honoluluans. On the eighth innings the Honoluluan captain asked the boys to " brace up" which they did, walking away as easily as possible from the Kackiacks. At the close of the game cheer and shouts for the Honoluluans were loud. The scores stood as follows: HONOLULU, 12 3 4 5 6 8 1 1 1 1 0 1-0 1-1 1-1 1-0 R 2 1 1 2- 0 2 3 4 2 O 3 4 3 2 6 2 2 0 3 Hay Wodehcuje H. Whitney H. Fisher L.....0 - 0 - 0 - - 0 - 0 - .0 - 0 - 01- G, Wodehouse - o - - 0- ....... z - 1 0 1 1 x - x - 0 - 0 Winter ,. . F. Oat. C. Baldwin - 0 - G. Markham 1 - 0 - - - 1 - - 1 Bishop --00 Total... KACKIACKS. 123456789R O Barry... .0 - 00 1-12 "3 J. Oat i.. 0 0 1 J. Jordan , x-0-0-1-01 3 W. Robinson 0,10-0-01 4 O. Smithies -0-lx-l-x2 1 E. Baldwin -0-10-0-Q1 4 S.J. Levey 1-0-1- S; 1 R. Parker ..;. ....- x J 1 - 0 - 0 - 1 4 0 A. Rosa -o-O-O-O-O 4 Lychet --00 00-0 4 TotaL 11 X denotes left on base. The only home run was made by H. Whitney. A. Rosa took J. Oat's plaoe from the second in nings. The attendance was very large and His Majesty the King was present and much interested in the game. The Kackiacks have now changed their name to the Amity Club and issue a .chal lenge to the Honolulu . Club to play them a game of baseball for S100 on any fine" Saturday1 afternoon. i Arrrfits The number of arrests on the various islands of this Kingdom from July 1st, 1882, to March 31st. 1883, a period of Qine months. Is as follows .i , , MaW2,3iG; females, I40iotai, 2,40. The fol lowing are the nambers according to their nation alities: Native males, 1,241; Chinese, 4G2; - English 245; Americans. 141; South Hea Islanders, 82; Qtit man. 59; Portuguese, 40; Norwegians, 21; French 4; other nationalities 42; Females, 140. Of these arrests 3"0 were discharged and 2,130 received sentences, - - -1 ; r ' - - -- -Island or Kauai.' 1 Total number of arre.ats 737; males 724; females 63. Native males, 267; Chinese, 254; South Sea Is landers, 75; Germans. 44; Portuguese, 37; Ameri cans, 13; English. 6; Norwegians, 6; other nation alities, 17; females, 65. s , One hundred and ninety-six were discharged and 391 sentenced. - ' - Islaxd or Molokai. Males, 16; females, 1; Total, 17. Native males, 9; Chinese,' 6; Native females. 1; South Sea Island ers, 1. Discharged. 1; Sentenced, 1. Isijrn qf Mac?. Males, 780; females, 57; total 837. These were divided as follows: Native cfalee, 440; Chinese, 152, Portuguese, 60;- South Sea Islanders' 46; 'Norweg ians, 27; Americans, 15, Germans, 7; French, .4; English. 3; other nationalities 26; Females 57 . Discharged 146; Senteqoed, 691. . . I3LATD or Hawaii. Males, 1,365; females, 124; Total 1,489. . Native males 787; Chinese 250; Portug nese. 106; Norweg ians, 81; Americans, 44; South Sea Islanders, SO; English, 23; Germans 11; French, 2; ' other na tionalities. Sly females, 124. c - Discharged S66; Sentenced 1,123. The-total number of arrests daring the nine months was 5.616. THE ALilEJ FHtIT ASD TlttO C0HP13Y. li Accent ef Their Werks aid Their Bislieu lateatleos. THE WORKS. At Wailuku on Maui is erected a building three stories high and forty feet long by thirty feet wide which is the scene of the works of the Alden Fruit and Taro Company, and at the rear of the main building are the boiler rooms. All the machinery. engines, boilers and evaporators are erected, the mill only is wanting to enable the company to commence their work on a large scale and it is now on the way from America in one of Spreckel's ves sels. The mill consists of nine rollers in three sets of three each, they are corrugated spirally from coarse to fine, and the taro, which is evaporated by the Alden process, passes through the mill and subsequently through the bolting cloth which sep arates the various qualities as middlings is sepa rated from floor. The bananas are dried in the Alden evaporator which is capable of turning out two tons of fruit a day. THEIR BCSIXESS INTENTIONS. Dr. Enders and Mr. A. Barnes are at present the whole owners of the property and have expended some $18,000 in purchasing and erecting the nec essary buildings and machinery. They nave ap plied for a'charter of incorporation, but, owing to the gread demand for shares from people who are anxious to have an interest in the business they are now doubtful about accepting the charter and talk of keeping everything in their own hands. They propose to make the taro into a flour chiefly for making poi as it will prove invaluable to all em ployers of labor who need no longer ran the risk of having sear paiai left on their hands, the flour u also useful for making breakfast cakes and pas try when mixed with flour and for other cooking purposes. Witnin two or tnree montns tney nope to establish large works in Honolulu as this port will be more convenient for shipping their manu factures abroad. The bananas are to be dried in two different manners, one without sugar like the preserved apples and peaches, and the other with sugar to be usfvl more as confectionery. They are now able to turn out fifty barrels of flour a day but experience some difficulty in obtaining the necessary quantity of taro so they are planting some sixty acres near their works and now have thirty-two acres under cultivation. The bananas will be shipped chiefly to San Francisco from Ka hnlui as there will be no market here for them, large quantities will also ba sent to Germany where they are in groat demand. Agents will also be appointed in New York where the taro will be utilized largely as a medicinal food. The euter- prising owners hope to be able to supply the hos pital and all the local government institutions such as the leper settlements, police and army forces with taro of good quality at a reasonable rate; they at any rate deserve encouragement for the spirit of enterprise they have shown. THE t. S. S. S. " PEXSAC0LA." Her Arrival frem Callae. A List ef her OQcers tad aa Accoiat ef her Vtjage. HER ARRIVAL. The United States man-of-war Pensacola arrived Sunday morning from Callao alter a voyage which lasted thirty-seven days and sixteen hours. She will remain about ten days to give liberty to the men and paint and coal the ship. She is under orders to sail from here to Yokohama and thence to Hongkong, Singapore, Batavia, Thursday Island, Cape Town, and Hampton Roads, making a tour of about one-fifth of the globe. This vessel has frequently visited Honolulu and is so well and favorably known that it is needless to publish a description of her; her last visit was paid in 1881, and she has been on the Pacific station since 1866. She is a wooden ship, and carries twenty-two guns and was built at the Pensacola yards in 1858. She was in the Gulf squadron during the war and has been on her present commission for twelve years, having during that time carried some eight to ten different admirals and about a third of the officers in the United States navy. When last iu Honolulu the Pensacola was the admiral's flag-ship but in Peru he transferred his flag to the Lackawanna awaiting the arrival of the Hartford where he will make his headquarters. Captain Erbcn has visited Honolulu, as have sev eral of his officers, upon more occasions than one; he was here in the Tusoarora making soundings between California and Honolulu and from here to Samoa in 1875; he has also made deep sea sound ings to and from Japan. HER OFFICERS. The following is a list of her officers: Captain. Honry Erben. Chief Engineer. George F. Kutz, Chaplain. John K. Lewis. Pay Inspector. Iiufus Parks. Executive officers. Lieutenant Commander, Os car F. Huierman. Navigating Lieutenant. F. Hanford. Watch Officers. Lieutenants F. H. Delano, E. B. Underwood, Alexander Sharp, J. A. Shearman. Ensigns. George W. Denfield, and Frank R. Heath. Marine Oteer. Second Lieutenant Janes A. "Turner. Past Assistant Engineers. L. R. Harvey, and L. W. Wooster. Past Assistant Surgeons. Senior, L. B. Baldwin, Junior, George P. Lumsden. Paymasters Clerk. William McMurray. Naval Cadets. F. H. C nant. Andrew McAllis ter, Thomas C. Prince, John J. Blandin. Albert L. Key,.'Fhilo M. McOiffin. Boatswain. J. Harding. Gunner. T. P. Venable. Carpenter. S. N. Waterhouse. Sail Maker A. A. Warren. . '. i .THE TOTAOE FROM CALLAO. The Pensacola left Callao on July 12th, had fine south-eawt trades to nine degrees north, thence to twelve degrees north had south-west breezes fal lowed by calms for thirty miles, when she struok the trades which though light at first turned into good steady breezes and lasted until her arrival in port. . The veyage which lasted 37 days, 16 hoars was made under sail with the exception of a few days on which she steamed. She has beaten her previous record from Callao to Honolulu which was forty days. We are Indebted to Navigating Lieutenant Han ford for information, .. Island. Bote a - ' Koloa, Kacai. . There has beeq plenty of raiq in Kauai and every thing looks green and fresh. The Lebaa mill i "till grinding but the Kola mill has shut down and repairs are being effected. It is said that Dr. Smith proposes to erect another mill at Koloa. A was heard in the District Court between a native laborer and Dr.Jpropp, the native desiring to annul the eoutraet An the grounds of cruelty bat the applloation was refused. . A new store has been opened here, where the chief attraction is a billiard table, and judging from the rush for games and the talk which is noth ing but billiards, Koloa will aoqn produce he champion player of the world. The steamer's boat when landing at NawiliwUi got in the breakers and was filled with water, the shipping clerk's dinner was a mixture of poi, beef and sundry other things so that he was compelled to adjourn to the local Delmonte and. feast qq cof: fee and dqaghiuts. Kahclui, Ma0i. The Rosario sailed for San Francisco on Wed nesday with 2,300 'bags of sugar ancj some hides. There were no passengers, . Qq Friday eight the SpreokelsviUe boys cafe SHrnrise tq Dr. Bailey, everything passed off splendidly and all had a good time, -' Clan Spreokeja is wttA its Qnee more, he arrived here with his family on Thursday morning and was well received. A terrible tragedy has occurred at Bicksdorff, near Berlin. The wife-of e small shopkeeper cat the throats of her two children, tyred the house and then cat her own throat was the cause. Poverty I I A lire' i&iigilsher. Messrs. Dillingham & Cd. have received by the bark Lady Lampson some of the Har knees Fire Extin guishers which they claim will extinguish fires in their incipiency even if of Be alarming extent and without the usual damage caused by water. Their effect upon a fire is said to be marvelous and al most incredible without ocular demonstration, and they require no expense or care to keep them in an operative condition. They possess several essentials among which are their adaptability andefficency for annihilating fire smoke and heat, the simplicity and durability of the machines; the ease with which they ean be operated; tne great ana positive expelling power which far surpasses the best chemical machines the positive security from explosion and danger the economy in expense in keeping these machines in an effective condition for a period of years; the parity, efficiency and unchangeable cha rater of the compound; the freedom from injury to dry goods clothing, furniture and all fabrics; The certainty with which their usefulness can at all times be as certained. These machines are not dependent upon bi-car- bonate of soda and sulphuric acid, or any other chemicals, for the generation of carbonic acid gas for the expelling power, but they are provided with a removable metallic bottle, which is supplied with compressed air at a high pressure, and are so constructed as to retain the pressure any length of time. Each bottle is provided with a gauge which at all times indicates the condition of the machines and the amount of pressure instantly available, and it requires but a glance to ascertain their con dition. The machine has been tried in Honolulu and With a three hundred ponnd pressure the water was thrown clean over their store. Some excel lent testimonials as to its success have been receiv ed and satisfactory experiments have been made with it in the United States where it is generally used in hotels, clubs, theaters, business and pri vate houses. Messrs. Dillangham t Co. are ar ranging for a public trial ef the machine in Hono lulu. fj. HOPP & CO., No. 74 King Street, DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF IIAVINQ SKOUKED THE SEEVIOE9 OF A Good Upholsterer, we are prepared to do anything in that line. We) are) the Sol Agents for Tlio F,nirttr' Sofa, (BED AND LOUNGE), The shortest Sofa (only five feet long) ; the largest bed and the strongest frame ; Is the most simple In ita construction, and can be changed Into uve different positions. IF LIB N I TURE, Of all kinds made to order and repaired, and good work guaranteed. r PRICKS REASONA B L E . aull-tfw Telephone No. 14X Lodges. Le Protrres de l'Ooeanie. No. 124, A and A S R, meets on King at last Mon in each month. Hawaiian No. 21, F and A M, meets cor Fort and Queen sts tlrst Monday in each month. Itoyal Arch Chapter meeu in 11 all ox L lTogres ae l'i )ceanie every 3d Thursday of the month. Comtnamlery or Knights Templar meets every 3d Thurs day in the month. h. araenamens Loagw oi rerrection no. i, a ana a a n, meeta at Hall of Le Frogres de l'Oceauie every 4tn Thurs day iq the month. unanu Chapter of Rose Croix. No. 1. A. & A S R, meets at hall of Le Progres de l'Ooeanie first Thursday in the month. Alexander Liholiho Council of Kadosh. A A A 8 R . meets on third Monday of alternate months from Feb. Excelsior No.l. 1 O O f, meets each Tuesday in Odd Fel lows' Hall, Fort street. Polynesia Encampment No 1. 1 O O F. meets at Odd Fel lows' Hall every first and third Friday in each month. Harmony ao. a, i u u r , meets eacn Monday in nau or Excelsior Lodge. Oahu No. 1. K Of P. meets each Wednesday at Hall. Campbell's Block, Fort St. Hawaiian Tribe no. l. xmnroved Order of lied Hen, meets every Friday at hall of S. of P. court Lunaiilo no. 6.600. A O r . meets at bail or &. or P second and fourth Tuesday of month. Aiormng star Lrfxiire, no. l. &m?hta or Jerusalem, meets every Friday evening at hall on Maunakea St. Hawaiian Council rto. 689. A L of H . meets on the 2d and ant Thursday of each month in Knights of Pythias liail. Oceanic Council No 777. A L of H, meets on the first and third Tuesdays of each month in hall of Knifrhta of Pythias. Oeonre W DeLona- Post No 45. OAK. meets in hall of Knurhta of Pythias on the third Thursday of each mouth. Ahteroba Lodsre No. 1. 1 O O T. meet in Kniehts of Pythias' Haii eTern Monday night- CO., -importers and dealers, at. the old corner of Forth and Weljnuinul streets. HUo. Oome One. Oomo .11. Ar4 secure your bargains at reduced rates, where you will find a large aasortawktet GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ' A3 . Dur GOODS, ' COTHINO. - - FANCY GqqDS, BOOTS AXp SHOES, t .. ' HARD WARE AND SADDLERY. And all goods that are kept In a well-found , coun(ry store. ' TVaik TvAAavvlaa received by every vessel from the Coast. Traveler en route to$ the Volcano will do well In calling and securing saddles, bridles, rubber coats, etc Jlyl4w3a CREAH CAHDIES. Injorter & Hois Manufacturer of Candies OF ALL DBSCSlRIW-iS, lit Frt Stmt, list Atm Bottl St., - Baa hiet made large additions to his eetabUshment, and Is now prepare a te ruraisa to ue waae, u Hoaotuia pub lic, and residents on tut outer tsisraiy toe tui IT5EST ef B0SS.&liD 4 HtPOaTEIJ CAQIES, Of all OetcrWrm A? VKU? RBCOID PRICES. Receires Prate Candles by every arrival. He Oearanteee the parity" ef his foeds. THE CREAM CANDIES are a specialty' with nun, and are made by tk beet amaaa facturers in California, and received fresh by every steamer. Soda Water, and alJ Liidi of Jeer Drinks, Tm 315t XQH oSrXI K? THE CITY, The BEST SftAHDa ef CHOjQB CWAM always an hand. A CARD. - - STK. C. CARSON, WHO HAS FoRAOMB TIME PAST lvX been nraged on a work descriptive of the Hawaiian Kingdesa, ita pontics ana society, sU4 respectfully thank bis many friends who have kindly fumiahed him with -raj liable information, and remind tbaaa Who. have o Bared to send, bin! biographical matter, that he depend antirelv anOb'4heir mCOered. favors, and will be nlactoA under especial obilgmiiarfB if the proffered matter be sent him M soon as possible, that ne may icota plate fe.il katcaaa. -. ? - r-rt? - aua-dWli NOTIOE, S. CLEGHOBN & '.Trie Cabinet. His Ex W M Gibson. Foreign Affairs, Premier His Ex John M Kaieua, Finance His Ex C T tiulick. Interior. His Ex W SI Uibaou, Attoruey-Geueral ad interim. Stmreme Court. Hon Albert F -Jr.dd. Chief Justice Hbn L McCiilly l;rt ..-ui-iate Juntioe Hon B H Austin," seouud Associate Juftiee Henry bmilli. Deputy t'leik. ay Sittius iu tlouolulu. First Monday In January April, July and Ot-tober Police Court, Uon R F Bickertu. Masiatrate lionrcl of Hicluciitlon. HlsExWM Gibson. President D D Baldwin. Iuspwtor General of Schools W James Smith, Secretary 13-nrd of Health. His Ex W M Gibson, President Dr O Trossean, Port Physician C T Gullck, Secretary John H Brown. Agent Board of Immigration. Hia Excellency John F Bush. President ,. Walter M. Gibson J M Kapena, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, In.spector-Gei.exal Immigrants Hon, J. S. Walker Hon. Godfrey Rhodes John S. Smithies, Secretary Government Officials. Auditor-General Hon. J. 8. Walker Department Foreign Affairs C P Iaukea. Chief Clerk Department Interior J A Hassinger, Chief Clerk Department Finance F. S. Pratt, Registrar Department Attorney-General, Antone Rosa, Clerk Professor W D A lexander, Surveyor-General Curtis J Lyons, AssistaDt-Survejror W C Parke, Marshal of the Kingdom David Dayton, Deputy Marshal Thomas Brown. Registrar of Conveyances M Hagan, M D Physician to the Insane Asylum C B Wilson, Superintendent Water Works Office boors from 9 a m to 4 p u ; on Saturday they close at noon Postal Department. Postmaster-General, Hon H M Whitney Assistant Postmaster-General, I B Peterson The Post Oiflce is in Merchant street. Ordinary office hours, 8 a M to 4 p m every day, except Sundays. When mail steamers arrive after office hours, or on Sundays, mails are sorted as soon as delivered, and a general delivery made. Letters are not delivered in Honolulu by carriers, but must be enquired for at the delivery window of the Post Office. Private boxes are obtained by application to the Chief Postmaster ; annual fee. pi. Mails for Foreign Countries are dispatched by the reg Ular mail packets of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company. Note When sailing vessels leave Honolulu for San Francisco at dates which render it probable that they will reach that port before the next mail steamer, mails for America are dispatched by them. Mail matter must be deposted in the office one aorabe fore advertised time of closing the mails to ensure trans mission. Postal R&tem. United States of America, Dominion of Canada and Mexico : Letters, S cents per H oz ; postal cards, 2 cents : newspapers, 2 cents per 2 ozs. Japan ports in China having U P U Offices ; Straits Set tlements and Manila ; Letters, 10 cents per H oz ; Postal Cards, 2 cents newspapers, 3 cents per 2 ozs. Great Britain, France, Germany and all other CPU Countries and Colonies ; Letters, 10 cents per H oz pos al cards, 3 cents ; newspapers, 2 cents per 2 ozs. Australia and New Zealand ; Letters, 12 cents ; news apers, 2 cents each, irrespective of weight Registration fee, 10 cents. Registration fee if return receipt is required IS cents. Governor of Oahr His Ex J O Domlnis Customs Department. W F Allen. Collector-General E It Hendry, Deputy -Collector Storekeeper. I O Tewksbnry First Statistical Clerk, Warren Chamberlain Second Statistical Clerk, George Markham Entrv Clerk. Charles & Stlllman Capt A Fuller, Harbor Master Captains A Mclctyre, W Babcock, P P Shepherd. Pilots J R Morrill Port Surveyor Guards J Markham, R H Mossman, R M Fuller, R Par- memer Inter-Island Alails. For Hawaii Tuesday, per Likeiike, 3.30 p M For Hawaii (Kona and Kan), per Iwalani, every hird Monday and every third Thursday, 3.30 p m For Maui Monday, per Kilauea Hou, 3.30 p at ; Tuesday, per Likeiike, 3.30 P at ; occosionally per Lehua For Kauai Monday per C R Bishop, 4 P M ; Thursday per James Makee. 4pm Lioensed Carnaaes. Stands for Vehicle plying for hire have been fixed as follows : On Queen street, corner of Fort street On Queen street, corner of Nunanu street On Merchant street, corner of Bethel street On Merchant street, corner of Fort street On King street, corner of Richard street On Hotel street, corner of Fort street On Hotel street, corner of Nuuanu street On Hotel street, opposite Hawaiian Hotel The rates of fare are : For the inner area, say to or from any point between Beretania street and the Harbor, and between Punchbowl street and the River, 12M cents each person. For longer distances in town, say to or from any point between the Second Bridge, Nuuanu road and the Harbor and the " What Cheer House " on the Ewa road and the line of Punahou-street 25 cents each person. Children under three years old are free : from three to ten years old, half fare. - Time Rates For one passenger for-the first hour. $1 : for each additional passenger, 50 cents j for each addi tional hour, 50 cents per passenger. Drivers are not obliged tu take a single passenger for ordinary fore beyond the two-mile limit. No wagon is licensed to carry more than four persons including the driver. Note Tickets of the value of 12 H cents can be ob tained at the Government offices. These are legal tender for all hirings of licensed vehicles. Churches. Seamen's Bethel Rev S C Damon, Chaplain, King street, near the Sailor s Home. Preaching at 11 a at. Seats free. Sabbath School before the morning service. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evenings 7 3; o'clock. Fort Street Church Rev J A t'ruzan, r-astor, corner of Fort and Beretania streets. Preaching on Snnday at II a m, and l)4fM. Sabbath School at 10 a m. St. Andrew's Cathedral English services : Right Rev the Bishop of Honolulu. Hawaiian services ; Rev Alexander Mackintosh. 6.30 Holy Communion, 9.30 5 Matins and Sermon (Hawaiian) ; 11 Matins; Litany and Sermon (English) ; 4, Evensong (Hawaiian) ; 7.30, Even song and Sermon (tugusn). Roman Catholic Chcbch Under the chaige of Mon- seigneur the Right Rev Hermann, Bishop of Olba, as sisted by Revs Regis and Clement, Services ever Sun day ; Mass at 6, 7 and 10 AM; Vespers at 2 and 4 pm. ITire Districts of Honolulu. No. 1. Bounded by School, Liliha, Jndd, and Punch bowl streets No. 2. Bounded by Beretania, Liliha, School, and Fort streets. No. 3. Bounded by King, Beretania, and Fort streets. No. 4. Bounded by water-front. King and Fort streets. No. 5. Bounded by water-front, Fort, King, and Richard treets. No. 6. Bounded by Kins, Fort. Beretania, and Richard treats. No. 7. Bounded by Beretania, Fort. School, and Punch bowl streets. No- S. Hounded by water-front. Richard, Beretania and Punchbowl streets. No. 9. Bounded by water-front, Punchbowl, Sid Vi c oria streets. No. 10. Bounded by King. Vit-tmia, and Piikoi streets No. 11. Bounded by Piikoi-, iceet. Wilder Avenue, and Punahou-street. No. 12. District beyond Punalau,slret. Nq. 13.. The Harbor Engine Company No. 1 Corner King and Richard ita. . Engine Company No. 2, and Hook and Ladder Company In Bell-tower Building. Engine Company No. 4 Corner Nunanu and Beretania streets. Engine Company No. 5 King-street, between Nuuantr and Maunakea streets. Pacific Hose Company No. King-street, between Fort and Alakea streets, Fire Marshal James W. M'Gulre ; office. Bell-tower1. Secretary Fire Department C T. Gulick ; office, cor. ner Kaahumann, and Queen streets. Honolulu rire Department. ' -" Chief Engineer John Nott. First Assistant Charles B. Wilson. Second Assistant M. D. Monsawat. ' EHr.a Alarm SLscnals. - The Ftro-ward number struck on the bell at Tower up to and including No. 11. Nos. 2 and 13 are struok with one ap, followed by two or three, , , Hawaiian Council IV o. iiiHi, Amer - loan Xesrion of Honor. C H, Eldridgs, Oommandar. Meeting nights, aeeond and fourth Thursday in each month. K. of P. Hall, next to Reading Room, Fort-street. House Flags Carried by Inter-Island and Foreign Steamships and Sailing Vessels- - . t P M. 8. S. Co. Swallow-tail; with horirouta.1 stripes of red. white, blue, white, red. O. S. 8. Co. Square; white ground.red border. In centre, sed a'tar, enoircled by blue ring. Boston and Honolulu Line. C. Brewer A Co. Square-, blue, red, and blue horizontal stripes. Piokebb Link, T. H. Da vies & Co. Hawaiian flag with R. C. J. Co. in white. Nbw Tobk and Honolulu, Castlk A Cooks. --Squaw American eagle on a blue ground DlrtPATCH Lint, F. A. Schaxpeb A Oo Square; red, with white Maltese Oross in centre. Bbebkn Line, Hackteld A Co Square, white; red horizontal stripe above and below, red cross in centre. iNTKB-IsLANO S. S. Co. -Square; white ground, with upper border red, lower border blue. Red ball in, centre Wild eb A Co. Square; red. ground wJV W in white la centre. Stmb Ktlattka Hoo. Square ; white, with blue horiaontal stripe above and below. Blue U in centre. Stxb Waimahalo. Square; red border above and be low. Red W in centre. V, Wu5DENBtrao Square; blue ground, white ball in cen tre, with W in red in white ball. A.F. Cooke. Square; red ground with white ball in centre W. F. Williams Square; blue, with white equate In centre. Allen A Robisson. rSqiaie; whie groua-1 with upper azd lower borders blue: MatOTABLANE A Co. Square; checkered in white and bin The Nettie Merrill Okl flag, square; blue ground with white T in centre. New flag, banree. blue tri angle above and below, with red pcUn WWV star in tile red. Thb HalsakaLa. Red burgee. J. F. Colbubn. Square; red, white and redj horizontal stripe, with C in blue in. centre. m & JE3L r t y At the Old Stand, No. 8 Kaahumanu Street, Tlf., COPPER & SHEET IROU WORKER, PLUMBING, in all its branches; ARTESIAN WEIX PIPE, all sizes; STOVES and RACES ! Uncle Sam. Medallion, Kiclmioiirt, Tip Top. Palace, Flora. May, Content, Grand Price, New Nival. Oper, Derby, Wren. Dolly, Uypv. Qut cn. l'any A Army Hangi-H, Magna t'harta, Iiuok, KupM i -r, Magnet, Osceola, Alineda. IVlipsi", Charter OaU, Nimble, In wood A Laundry Ntovex, Galvanized Iron A Cih r Hoih-rs for Ilunges, Granite Iron Ware, Nickel Plated A Plain, Galvanized Iron Water Pipe, all sizes, and laid on at Lowest Hates ; Cast Sc Lead Soil Pipe. Mouse Furnishing Goods I ALL KINDS: RUBBER HOSE ALL SIZES and GRADES Lift and Force Pump, Cistern Pumps, Galvanized Iron, Sheet Copper, Sheet Load, Lead Pipe, Tin Plate. Water Closets, Marble Slabs and Bowls, Enameled Wash Stand. Chandeliers, Lamps, JLaiiieriis a Tjr ij i . Tj i iv i-: o x" GENTS' FINE FURNISHING GOODS, mm Gc. ETsTGrLITSTGr & CO., 5 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu. H. I. AGENTS FOR TIIE 99 janl3 wly TELEPHONE Sll. 1'fOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO HIS FRIEND.S AND THE QKN li fe ef r&l public that he has opened a New Stove & House Furnishing Hardware Store IN CAMPBELL'S Opposite S. 0. Wilder & Co.'s WITH A FULL L.IIIE OP STOVES, cc., Goods per " Discovery n from San Francisco, from New York rQnd also from Liverpool per ' Oberon." Bythe 'Discovery' I have received the following Stoves & Ranges W A W.A 17 . WJ " 2aiz. A Sis Hole Range wilh li ROILING riEARTII ami LA 110 Winch ' nvm Mjrm.mm.jm. m.t il . OVEN, btinf a new feature In a family Range. 1 Hawaii,' 'Aloha' and 'Oahu' Ranges AND f nE WELL-KNOWN Built to Stand Hard Work. Wrought Iron Ranges for Plantation Use Largo Assortment of House ITuxmishing 3Hai?firirarc, V. fcr., Vc e.r., "Well Casing aiad Hydraulic iPixe Hade to Order, and Work of All Kinds in mv Line promptly attended to P.O. BOX 294. jail A. 'I' Dealer in Stovs and Ranges. EVERY MiSCWrilON ol SHEET METAL WARE On Hand or Mado to Ool. i. TMiii Plmnliiiig, Guttering, Etc. Contracted for. Water Pipe and Fittings, ALL BIZKS. Sole Agents In these Inlands for the 4 Montague9 Range All Sizes In Stock. Circulars anJ Prlcri on a p. plication,. . .1 ! NEW BLOCK, Lumber Yard, about JULY lit.