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THURSDAY, JULY 19, 18813.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Steam Yacht nice, 1 :!30.
G. A. 11.. l-.'.W.
Meeting Y. M. ( A., 7:1)0.
Band nt Kiuiuu Square, lit 7 :!t0
The Into Ilervey K. Whitney was
theeklcbt son of the Hon. II. M.
Whitney, Postmaster Gencnil. The
supposed cause of death was pressure
on the hrain resulting from hemor
rhage caused by a fall from his
horse at Lihuc, on Monday the Oth
inst. Ho was ininiediately taken to
his residence al Leilehtia, and from
thence was brought into town on
"Wednesday the 11 ill. When brought
in, and during the day following, he
was able to articulate but indis
tinctly, lie remained conscious till
within about twenty-four hours of
his decease. lie was attended by
l)rs Brodic and Trousseau, and
everything was done that medical
.skill and careful and attentive nurs
ing could suggest or carry out. He
was a number of the Excelsior
Lodge I. O. O. F., and was for
several years a member of the firm
of Whitney & Robertson, booksellers
and stationers of this city. He was
also acting Chamberlain for u year.
The deceased was a general
favourite with all his acquaintances
and his death is deeply regretted by
It is a sad oitlce thus to chronicle
the untimely decease of one whose
life gave so much promise of benefit
to this Kingdom. In him is lost a
dutiful and loving son, a generous
and warm hearted friend, a loyal and
upright citizen, and a true man.
Tuesday, July 17 Drunks; D.
Edwards, Kcaloha, forfeited $G bail ;
Ah Ko, furious riding, fined 5 and
Wednesday, J uly 18 Drunks ;
Pauni, Mauli, W. Morris, forfeited
bail SO each; Malnilalua, lined So
and 81 costs; Wahincaea, disobedi
ence to parents, reprimanded and
discharged ; M. Kcumi, assault and
battery, sentenced to 18 hours im
prisonment at hard labour, and 8 1
The Shnudon Jhas been repainted and
The stinr Luhua will go on the Marine
Railway next Saturday.
Sehr Caturina bio't 400 bgs of sugar.
Sohr Waiimilu hio't303 bags sugar.
The schrMcefoo now on the Marine
Railway, will need to bo almost re-built.
The hark St. Lawrence bails to day
for Victorin, B. C, in ballast.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Hand will give a concert at
Emma Square this evening, com
mencing at 7:80 o'clock. The fol
lowing is the programme:
March Knlnknuii Mlchiels
Ovi'i lure Rubcznhl Flotow
Polka Love and Truth Welcker
Selection B.ioearcio Suppc
Select ion Ei mm i Yeidi
Cavittina liellfni in Donizetti
Walt. Vienna Blo-id Strauss
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Found ! the missing link. Apply at
the Dolinonico upstairs.
Queen street, on Iho Waikiki side of
Alakca street, is now being fixed by the
Ykhtkkhay the vessels in the harbor
had their Hags flying at half-mast out
of respect to the memory of the late
Sil.utus lu the Hawaiian Hell Tele
phone Company were refused yesterday
nt 85D with an offer of coming down to
a probable 850.
The Right Reverend the Bishop of
Honolulu will administer the iltoof eon
Ilrmaliou al St. Andrew's Cathedral on
.Sunday next, (the ninth after Trinity)
commencing at 3 p. m.
When the dan ex macliinu unites lu a
few weeks', it U rumored, Unit there will
lie quite a change in the present condi.
tinn of thu inuunscint'iit of the Govern,
meat, and piobably a change lu the
persons composing It.
Somoyears back when Mr. Wilder was
Minister of the Interior, a scheme was
planned to bring water from Munoa Yal.
Icy for the supply of Honolulu. When
his successor came Inlo office, the plan
wamtbaiiduned. Can it not be icsirscltiit.
Tin: Annual Exhibition of lolnul
College will bo held this day week at
the College. The exercise will beglr
at 2 p.m., and continue till " p.m. He
side the Usual literary exercise, athletic
teats anil dillllng will be fjh.cn. A
general Imitation is extended to Hit
A race between Mr. T. Lucas' steam
yacht Lydia and Mr. l'llugei's tug Kii
plolanl will take place between 1 and 1
Yesterday while In J. T. Wntcrhouso's
Queen Street Stoic a Hawaiian woman
came In with her child n boy about foni
years of age. Our attention was drawi
lo a peculiar giowth of hair on lb
child's ftice. The right side possesses i
beard of soft line blink hair, at least one
inch in length which has been there
ever since Ihu child's blrlh. The father
now dead was named N'noni.
Yesterday iifteinoon at4:!I0 the fune
ral services of (he late Hcrvey E. Whit
ney were conducted by Dr. Dnmon nt
the Hcthcl. Fciutiful wreaths nnd bou
quets of lloweis were used in decora.
t ion. The Odd Fellows were present,
Ills Honor the Chief Justice, Ills Ex. J.
E. Buh, nnd ucaily all the Government
ofilcinls and prominent citizens were
present. Irwin & Co., Macfirlnnc A
Co. and others closed their establish
ments out of respect lo the deceased
memory. The funeral procession was
Now that the Road Supervisor has
repaired part of the foot paths on Fort
street above Berclania street, so suc
cessfully and well, the residents there
would like to call his attentions to the
state of the path above Kukul street,
near the School, where the gradual in
roads of thu weather have worn away
great pieces of the path, In places, leav
ing it about 2 feet wide, so that anyone
walking along at night, not knowing
this, would be likely to suddenly fall
and Injure themselves.
VEST MAUI NOTES.
Trom Our Own Correspondent,
Workmen have begun to put the
new machinery into the Pioneer
Mill, and it will be ready to start
about the first of September. Much
of the cane will be ready for grinding
by that time.
The annual examinations of La--hainaluna
Seminary took place this
week; those of Lahaina Uniou
School will take place next Tuesday.
Mr. and .Mrs. D. D. Baldwin will
spend the coining week at Kaanapali.
Gov. Dominis has been making
Lahaina a short visit. lie returns
to Honolulu by the Likelikc. Two
young men from abroad, Messrs.
Gottschalk and Hardy have been
spending a short time in Lahaina for
the benefit of their health. Dr.
Sheldon is here on business referring
to his practice of dental surgery.
Messrs. Hitchcock nnd Hascall and
their families are going out cauiping
soon. Dr. Carpenter finds his ap
pointment at Lahaina no sinecure.
Mr. Townscnd of Lahainaluna Semi
nary has been transferred by the
Board of Education toLihtic, Kauai,
he will be followed by Mr. Atwater,
u new teacher from America.
CENTIPEDES AND SCORPIONS.
When bed time arrived I sought
my room which opened directly on
the street, and, not accustomed to
retire to rest in full view of the
public, I did not take a lamp. Just
before "turning in," however, wish
iug to take a look- at my couch,
struck a match and in the flickering
light I saw a suspicious looking
object on the bed. Pulling on my
clothes again, I prepared a light,
and, lo, to my horror, the object
proved to bo an immense centipede
in full vigor of poisonous life. With
tho aid of many "carajos 1" and
"enrambas !" of a Mexican servant
of the house, I dispatched the ven
omous reptile, and then lifter a care
ful scouting of the bedding, I re
luctantly composed myself to dreams
of all sorts of hideous creatures.
M3' bed was hung with mosquito
netting which completely enveloped
it and when I awoke in the morning
I counted more than a dozen deadly
scorpions clinging to the outside of
the light canopy. Several lay upon
the walls, their glittering eyes spark
ling like diamonds as they longingly
watched the swarms of fllui. buying
around. Somewhat ashamed to call
for iissbtanco, aud not caring to
emerge from under the netting while
a lot of scorpions seemed lo be .hold
ing their Bhnrp pointed and venomou s
tails curled up in rendiness to strike
me, I lay for a long while ruminating
upon the prospects of being stung to
death some day if I remained in the
country. At last my servant en
tered lo summon me tor breakfast.
Standing on a chair he unhooked the
canopy from its fastening over head,
and gathering it in his arms, scor
pions and all, shook it out the door.
Thus passed my first night in
Acapulco. Acapulco Correspon
dence Chicago Tribune.
Panama, May 12. The Barilochi
Pass, between Chile and the Argen
tine Tcirilory, which has been re
cently discovered, has long been
searched for, but the astuteness of
the Indians in time of peace nnd the
precautions taken by them in time of
war, have hitherto prevented it be
coming known to the Argentines or
Chileans. The Jesuits were ignorant
of its cx'stciica, and a century and
a half ago unsuccessfully explored
for the entrance to it in all direct
ions. The discovery of this pass
places the Pacific within seventy
miles by an easy road of the extreme
Western Argentine outposts at Lake
Nahvclhaspi, and it will now be
possible lo construct a railroad from
the Gulf of San Matias, Patagonia,
on the Atlantic, across the pampas
and through the pass to Chile on the
Pacific, which will be less than one
half length of that now in course of
completion from Buenos Ayres to
Santiago via Mcndoso. It is difficult
to overestimate the value of the
ATTENNOuN and EVENING. Re
spcdablo firls wanted to assist a
a fo.v liou.s only.
4G7 ' w A n.,1 v 10 B EJHETAK I A ST.
TT LET, orncr of Queen and Punch
457 tf Apply on the Premises.
Notice to Stock Holders.
THERE will be n meeting of the
Sio.-k Holders of the PrincovUlc
Pla nation Co., at the Office of C. Brewer
& Co.,, on Fiiday, .July 20, 1883, at 10
o'clock a. in. '
P. C.J ONES, Jn.,
457 2t ' Sccietary.
Notice to Stock Holder.
THERE will be a meetiiiK of the
'Stock Holders of the East Maui
Plantation Co. nt tho olllce of C. Brewer
& Co., on Friday, July 20th. 1883, at
10:30 o'clock a. in.
P. C. JONES, Jn,
457 2t Secretary.
Will Shortly Open,
Cool and Shady Retreat,
Where Ladies nnd gentlemen can par
Tea, CoiFce, Chocolate,
Ieo Cream, Ice Tea,
And a variety of
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Daily, Weekly and Illustrated Papers,
99 Beretania Street
A TENT AND FLY, 10 x 15, U feet
walls; poles, pegs, mallet, &c,
complete. Enquire this otllcc. 400 lw
00 YOU WANT TO GET THE
Best Manilla Cigars
Then go to Hart Bros,,
Astor House, Hotel Street
WILL UE PAID for the apprehen
sion nnd conviction of the por
son or persons, who, on Saturday after
noon last, July 14th, shot ut nuil broke
the log of my white mare.
405 8t A. A. MONTANO.
rpiIREE NEATLY FURNISHED
X ROOMS in a private family, situ,
ated within llvo minutes' walk of the
For particular, enquire ut this Office
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
ULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Suitable for Stock Ranches where water Is required to bo raised from gulches
to pasture lands for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils ol every ascription al lowest markot rates.
Rico Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just tho thing for Rice aud Sugar Mills; ,
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carringe Lamps.
New Goods contsantly arriving'.
Full Hues of Plows and Agricultural Instruments,
Full assortment of Agate Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
For Public Inspection,
ON FRIDAY EVENING,
July 20th, at 7:V0. .
ALL ARE INVITED
Phsetons, Buggies, Wagons, &c, &c,
Manufactured with nil the latest improvements.
UlaeltamltlilriR & "Wooil-vvorlc clone or every tlcBerlption.
Having the best mechanics I nm enabled to donvork
Cheaper and hotter than any other firm in this city.
New work and Repairing done with complete satisfaction, or no charge made.
JOSEPH E. W3SEgV3Aft3,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Oillee, 27 Merchant street, Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Real Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and tho various Islands.
Houses to leaso and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or'Bingle, throughout Honolulu.
Books and Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Vickery's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, with
18 Chromos; subscription $1.25 per year. Agent for the Best Life
Insurance Company in the World.
"Charges always moderate. C2?Tclcphonc No. 172.
LOW PRICES MUST EULE.
Bargains ! ItnrguiiiM ! Ilnrgniu !
At the Great American Clothing House
As wo need room, we nro now offering one of tho llncst, largest and bcrt-selcct.
cd slocks of Men's, Youth's, Boy's and Children's Clothing at ridiculously low
350 Gent's Complete Business Suits, at $10, worth $16.50.
Spring Cheviot Suits, in nil styles, at $15, wo.th $.'0.
A large assurtmcut of tho-latcst style of Scotch Tweed Suits, ift $18, worth $25,
Very lino French Worsted Suits, in largo variety, at reduced prices.
Gent's Dark Worsted Dingonnl Suits, from $15 up.
An Immense assortment of Blue Flannel Salts, from $10 up.
Very fine Yacht Cloth Suits, in all simdes and prices.
The latest style in Gent's Dress Suits constantly on hand.
Gent's Lightweight Over-coats, at low prices.
Great Reduction in our Boy's Clothing Department. '
150 Boy's Linen School Suits, at $1.75: worth $2.50. '
Gent'H Fura tailing Deiini'tmcnt lturguliiN. -
Gent's "While Shirt", from $1.25 up; fine Percale Shirts, latest stvles, $1.25 up,
150 doen o.Ntru heavy British Hose, nt 25 cents a pair.
00 do.cn Fancy Hose, in all colors, at 20 cents a pair.
75 dozen Fancy Hose, at 12', cents a pair.
05 dozen patent Gossamer Merino Undershirts, full finished, at $1; worth $1.50,
Latest Novelties in Gent's Neckwear, nt low prices..
Ilsit Department Great Bargains.
The latobt styles constantly on hand. French Panama Hats at $1. While
Mackinaw Hats at $1. Cheapest vnluo in town. ESRuyurs in search of tho best
qualities, latest btyles, and lowest price-), who do not c ill 0 1 u. before purchasing
elsewhere will soouor or later discover that they havo MJSjED IT BADLY.
153 3m S. COHN & Co. Groat American Clothing House
New Styles in Jewelry. Am. "Waltham Watchess, all styles,
' 451 Solid Silver Ware. Everything of the Best,
ITAS JUST RECEIVED,
A Supply of New Goods,
Coal, Iron, Oak, Ash, Spokes, Rims,
Felloes, Hubs, Shafts, &c , of tho best quality,
Sold at tho lowest pi lees.
Begs to notify his customers and public of Honolulu,
and the Islands generally,
Tliat lie i Iteacly !No-v
as ever to supply their needs in
AVATCIIES jVJJD JfE'WIilLXtY,
and, having engaged a Competent Assistant fiom tho
, .States, is able to attend to any amount of
Wutchmaking and .Repairing.