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iSdkr HhIcaIuiJ for J'cK'ckoo
buiir JMari J'"ot4cr for NHwiliwW
Sdir JUjiiliiiw for Koolaii
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
.Sulw .Wtuiuokawai for Waianae
&afr Catoriim for Iltuuili'i
IJrk Civil Grunt for S. I".
From windward port por 1'iaiitur,
July 2fl Goo Robinson anil wifo' G
K Pjillpji, Mrs G Clark, Mrs M A
Jlorohant, L A Andrews, G McLean
ami wife, Rev Victor' C Hood, Ifov
W J" Furwuii, A Cruz, Mrs J K Nac
oje, JC JI Clark, II duck.
For Windwards port, per Kiiinu.
July ill. -Hit JJajcfety Qmuuii JSiiiina.
Mi Mary Levi, Miws Wodolioufeo.
Mi Lut-y J'ealiody. M Kalioalif,
Miw tcll Kwiinuilniii, Miws Calais,
Mi Klicv Kwiieliukii. .Mis Fannie
Malujuiii. M !- F and KMarkliam,
Mi Jejune A KlillniHii. Miw Grace
Wabineiliaili. Mi"" Xelije Aiidroufc,
Mi JCliz Kejiln'lalapoli, Miss Clio
Htnvrt. Mi Knooolif Fornander,
Mi Lily Fitziiiinion, Mi Kate,
Lbwik, Mi Halite Haina, Miss
Mary hylva. Hunter Hcnnie Lyons,
Arthur Filzslinmon, C Hlilliiian,
lion, H O Wilder. Hon. 8 Parker,
Hamwjn I'alama, O M Kcjfiiuwa,
Father I'uzol, llav, J A Cru win and
wife, Mrf, A J' Cooke, J II Super
wjfo and 2 children, S IJ Hoha, H
HeiiK.'iJbclineider, .I M Monfcarrat,
JCoerper. WH Coniwcll, Jl'J'urion,
It it Hind, II Cormvell, A Lfdgule,
It Wallace, C II Urag, K M NVeed,
Mr, .7 II WodelioiD-e, Mr. ICcliaa
and ii children, Mrs J Kaal, rII
CnnimingK, Mr and Mrs, Augustine
and daughter, and iU) deck.
For Kauai per Iwalaui,July29.
Miss Hattle Tilcoiiib, iWhh .Mary
Ann Titcomb, 3IIb ICatelJortleuian,
Mii Helen Ladd, Miss XclIIc Urown,
2 MtifiUtrti IJertlcnian, ,1 W Halm, J
IJ Smyth, (i Titcomb and hrlde, L
II Stolz, MrsC Hertlemen, WUrede,
V Borchgrcviuck and l.'I.'J deck.
For Haniakua per C H Bishop,
Jnly.29 II Hilva, S It Keola, Mrs.
F Jt Hendry, J It Hatiiiua, J Smith
and family, and 2.'5 deck.
For S. F. per hark Clan Grant
July 80. Walter Walsh.
LOCAL & GENERAL MEVS.
A woman to cook and do light
housework i wauled. Sec adv.
Madasii: Cora the magician has
arrived by the Caibarien this after
noon. Kbku your children pol made from
Taro Flour and tliey will be strong
and healthy. 775 3t.
II. J. II. iMncess Llkclike will
hold her usual weekly reception to
TiiKiti: will be a baseball match on
Sulurday afternoon between the
Married men and the Occanics.
Wouic on the towers for the Kau
inakapili Church has commenced.
Mr. K. iJ. 'J'homas is Hie contractor.
'J'iik races on Saturday at Kapio
lani I'ark for the benefit of the leper
fund, realised the handsome sum of
.Several Portuguese at Laupahoc
hoe liave organized u band, and
ordered a new set of instruments
from Lycan & Co,
Tiir. ,lry in the Htirrntry Case
returned into com t yesterday after
noon about half past four o'clock
with a verdict of guilty against Cook
and Ilanlon. Sentence is deferred,
UuuiNd Mr, J, K. WlHomiui'8 ab
sence from tlm Kingdom, Mr Cecil
Hrown will attend to all his legal
business, and Mr, L, C Abies to
.nllior business matters,
Tin; Ladles' StnuigerH' Krlond
Society, will hold their annual meet
ing ou Thursday, July lUst, (it -1
o'clock, ut tho residence- of Mr. IJ,
F, Dilllnglmm, It U dosirablo tlmt
rtl a' "A
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1m Okftil 9ImniMi J1m4
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argil 4w i ! 'k, a kto
HdBar Iwr wM km9fi mtt 1 1
1 Ifcfl HlfMkO tW IH0IIJlijl UD
filjMtaiar of tlio liiloi1r Hglcwl thnl
AM IfcWM f SlfiiQDO bo tippi'opriuUul
tfirjitw tflWos for lit Mnjusty thn
JTflif. I tltln QHI'liDOIll IdtHllKlll-
iHhk Mnjafcty Quoon Downgor
ltinina and parly, loft by tlio IClnnu
yo6tilHi(v aflornoon, for a short trip
on Hawaii. A large party of friuuds
wuio down on the wharf to sny
'I'm; u'Miptloiih in tliu case of
KiMinu the IColialu iniuderar arc being
arguod to-day before the Supreme
Court. Ab ya go to press the At
torney Gonoral is summing up for
To-ioiutow the Supreme Court
will try the case of the King vs Ah
Liu and Kai San for possession of
opium, after which cases for mixed
jury nill be taken up In their oider
on the culuiidar.
Honolulu ItilUif met al the
Armory last evening and after drill
ing there for borne time, ilxed bayo
net, marched through several of our
principal stieels, at riving back al the
drill loom a little after nine o'clock,.
thoroughly satisfied that they had
had a first rale drill.
At one of the schools visited last
week, two boys were standing be
fore blackboards having an arith
metic match, to see which could
work out a sum in the quickest time.
Their figures, as might be expected,
looked like a lot of Chinese hiero
glyphics. The teacher thought it
was very smart, but such a practice
ought not to be encouraged.
Tun following are some of the
written answer given in one of our
schools during the recent examina
tions, in answers to the question,
"Who is the ruler of the Hawaiian
Islands?" 1 The ruler of the Haw
aiian Islands is King Kaulakala, he
Is a native, 2 The ruler is the
King, he is host, 3 Kallarkow, he
is the bight King in the world. 4
The ruler is David Callower, he is
the boss of all the Islands.
We regret to announce the death
off Mr. J. S. Curney, brother-in-law
of Mr. T. G. Thrum, which took
place last night about 12 o'clock,
from rapid consumption. The de
ceased came here about seventeen or
eighteen years ago and was well
known as a ship carpenter, lie
succeeded Capt. Burrow's in the
Cuiiosity Store on Nuuanu Street,
but the business being too confining
he sold out to Hart Bros., and went
in to sugar planting at Waimanalo.
The latter part of last year he was
appointed manager of the Ilccia
Plantation. About four weeks ago
he came to Honolulu to receive
medical treatment, with the expec
tation of soon returning to his
duties, but an attack of pneumonia
prevented his doing so, and he
gradually sank away, suffering at
times the most excruciating pain,
lie leaves a widow and seven child
ren, also an aged father al Falr
haven, Mass. The funeral takes
place this afternoon at 4 o'clock
from his late residence, corner of
King and Alapal Streets,
CVi'i'Hpondcnco In solicited on the top.
icf c( th(! day, or what may become so,
W icBcrve tho right to excihe purely
Wu do not hold ourselves responsible
for the opinions expressed by our cor.
Kiiitou Bumxtin: I'lcaso allow
me through the medium of your
paper to show up a few facts regard
ing tins l'ahiilu ICugllsh school,
Thoro are about ninety scholars at
tending this school, the hours are
from to 12 o'clock, with a recess
between, or an an average tho
children lmvo less than two minutes
nmti UK r 4y ( w
ifffctng fcMU-.l f lfttl
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in ml limwM f mi UMi 4m
niiM, mid 1m fuel IW loMf;
miRMNU to miUim' '' 'volim
hiiiMUou towiw tnls Imihi
1aii- tliHivix niUitr Uum to nl
mtiiiiig n hifli rtMiiduul, fulloHiiix
up UiU iclon thorn Imve butii kovuihI
troMVMUoiiii of pwrtmU Ivloly for
not wwdtng Uinir oliittlrMi to sahool.
I think the pwr lioum of attoud
anue in tin' (iovmninoiit Sahoale 8ic
from 8 a. m. tofri'. M. The mode
of uouduoUug this Msiiool is not what
would Command iUelf to ontlui
biiistbouuduaatiou I would call the nUontion of the
Kduoation Authoilllo towards the
subjeol to the and tlwl stops be taken
to put the school in a more satis
factory condition, n to number of
leauherv, hour of atteiulauue mid
mode of uonduoting.
Ffthala, July, 2Gth, 1881.
NiTitic acid produces a black sjiot
on steel but not ou iron, and the blac
ker the spot the harder is the steel.
DL'ltl.NO my uliticuce from tliWItiiig
(loin, (Veil Itiown, Km)., will HI
tond ( nil my li'jjal Mi-I ii'-h. mihI Mr
I, (', Ahli!' ln:i him:Iii! iuht in 'II
uli'tr lnulno.h iiirtiiiii' to a'.i for me.
J. K. AVIbKMAN'.
(Ji'iieml limtlitCM Agent.
Honolulu, July iJO, 1881- 777 1 w
A WOMAN TO COOK AND I'lIU-
XX. FOHJI Light Hoiieu Work ill a
family oi i wo
AddrcKS W. U. L thi
HL. (SITLLINK, SHOUT-HAND
,. WIHTKU, ovidenne at L n w
Cnurlf), &r , enrefiilly reported. I,'SfcOiis
given In hSIinrHiimd, for p'irlloiiliiirf
apply to JfKhHitB. Oat, Jii., & Co.
AHUIT OF FKONT KOOMS, nicely
luinlHhcd. Apply at No. B Kuluil
.BREAK TOR SALE.
TX GOOD O 'DIM NEARLY NEW,
JL WITH hidu bur attauluncat tor
driving two horses, Icittlier dashboard,
oiiHliioned Beatt, lazy back. &c, jnluu
$85. Enuiiirc W. W. DIMONI),
at J. T. Watkuiiouhk ICiug St. Store.
First OIuhs Coolc
WANTS SITUATION. Stcndy ami
pobor man. Apply at the Old
A Good Chance for a Live Man
ON account of sickness, 1 want to sell
cut my BAG O AGE EXPRESS,
Two yetH I-IitriieHH,
Tli roe Good 1Ioikcw
I am doing a good business, but have to
leave the country on account of my
health. None but cash buyers need ap
ply. For f uither particulars call on O.
Hammer, corner King and' Fort sts.
774 1m P. SMITH.
PER OKDEKS from General Super
intendent, I have this day lians
1 erred the Agency of Wells, J'nrgo&
Co. to S. M. OAUTEK & Co.
W. G. ASHLEY.
Honolulu, July 21, 1881. 77!1 lw
Lease For Sale.
AT KALIHI, 2 miles from town, 84
years to run, Homestead, Out
houses, &c, House lot and garden, 5
acres, a acres goou pasture iiuiu, Jten
tal. 250 a vear, oiiynnlo quarterly. 125
grape vines on tho premises in good
cultivated condition. 1)0 chickens and
2 pig?, with lease to sell for 400.
J, E. WISEMAN,
772 lw General Business Agent.
For Sale or Lease,
A LARGE COMFORTABLE
HOUSE, eleven rooms, each
ilutviiii! convenient closets, nan-
try, bath loom, kitchen, poultry yard,
&o. Water laid on. Four minutes
walk from Punahou Collogc. Terms
easy. Apply to S. 1 Graham, at H, M.
Carter &. Co's, 82 King st, 708 lin
Building Lots For Sale.
100 feet, or more, frnntaie
on Blnghani.iDoU! and Metculf
Streets, Also, n unon ioih, iuj
feet frontage on Bcckwlth I5t.,
with water rights ; thickly
covered with Ahrnroba tiees. 'lei ins
easy, Apply to H. F. Graham, atS. M.
O irter & Co's, 82 King si. 70S 1 m
jMJHNIBHBl) BOOM TO LET.
No. Ill Enuim Street,
7110 1 1
G. II. KOBEUTSON,
Drayman best teams
u town. Olllcc, Queen ut.
HA MM I'll Ms Ml t'l t.
A Lurgo Ww Slock
L'diliiiii', iiciib; ciiildFeii'is
or im;u uj;-i kihiuv
I . III. WJl.Li
Ill 1'OUT STHhliT.
Just Received per Alameda.
Boxes Fresh Plums,
Boxes Froth Paars,
Boxes Fresh Apples,
Boxes Fresh Onions,
Whiltakor Star Hams,
And a luryc assortment or California
Produce, For Sale by
To Merchants, Storekeepers,
and Residents of Honolulu.
rnllE undersigned Intends leaving by
X ibohteainer ol'tlii' 1st of August,
for a short trip to tho Coast. All who de
hire to feud orders for articles or mer
chandise of any description, or to trans
act business of any nature theie, I will
attend to the same.
Apply or address
J. IS. WISEMAN,
General Bu'incfiS Agent,
CainpbelPc Block. 28 Merchant stu-ct.
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
From and after July 15th, all par
ties vho aro in arrears for more
than two months telephone rental
will be liable to have their connec
lion with the Central Oftlce cut oil'.
N. B. all rentals are duothis
Companyus per agreement, quarter
ly in advance.
J. F. BROWN,
701 2w Sec. JI. B. T. Co.
(Successor to C. P. Ward.)
All oiders for cartage promptly at.
tended to, at the lowest rates. Also for
White mid Illnck Hand
In quantiticH to suit, at lowest prices.
I7IOR GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
? to MRS. TURNER, 82 Kln Street,
nearly opposite the Windsor Restaurant,
ALVIN II. RASEMANN
PAI'ER-RULER and BLANK'-BOOK
Book Binding of all description neatly
and promptly executed.
Gazette Building Merchant street
GUAVA WOOD CHARCOAL, lu nny
quantity, fnrin 1 to 100 bags,
FOR BALE BY
701 Queen Street.
rpo LET, at the new Building No- 38
1 Alakea Btroct. nearlv onnoslto tho
Y. M. C- A. Build ha. Apply on tho
THE " TEMPLE
(It) I '"or I Mhm'I. iHiiiloirn IMoch.)
Low Prices Must Rule !
0 IIOV UIJSKK Ub. ti 4ntn J4JTV f l W
m novt i.iiwn uit, & omm Qirvni
so ntm WiSitN iurm, m Q.Miy , oifi.v It Tfi
75 doz, Gent's Pcrotile Shirts, 7. oollnra and I pr guffs, at$1,
(iiwl 'p U n In uwl end Whilr tehirt, Ni. I qiiaiux, hi 1',h pitr dor.
r"ilrim( KiiiKiiiiiM ! l.'ront IIiuuIiih ! (ireut Ilui'KitliiN lr&
A Inrgc HMortmenl of
Boy's Sailor lluls, in nil colors, onlj 50 CuiiUj,
Anhvd by Uh- lmt ticain-1 yn ol tlie Largiil IotoIcur of
l'.veijlinporlfd Inlo tint Kingdom.
160 do.LMi Gu ill's Sinter Block Inn (oiuutliiii,j new) neoinlo mid porftKl
lilting, llin-p-nly Iip'Im.. ., al 'J5 uts pair
(Jont'h Siijar Stout JiiitUli IIo', reiinUwx por do.cn
(Jeiit'i Ciiidliml llo-o, ulllvi to ked !io cts pnir
Hoy I'KItCAI.n SHI UTS, but;.iHlitj, at fKOO.
Just RecGiveQ New Styles ef Gent's Dress Suits
A I.nrgo Asortiiiciil of
3 Gout's Boots :mjl1 fesiioiis, t3I
J.nti'8tStylc and Lowest I'nees.
MLLIBfGiAM & Go.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Els., Etc., E'c.
Fence "Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
J louse Furnishing Goods, Plated. Ware, &c, &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To make room for u l.ax'c Stock or
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, and San Francisco.
All stook on hand during the next 30 days will bo sold for cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSrc GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a Laigc Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 3 m LYCAN Ac Co.
(SUCCIISSOUS TO Kr.NNKDV Sc CC.)
Family Grocers, - - - 67 & 69 Hotel St
Just Received ex S S Mariposa,
Cases California Mushrooms, Whittaker Starr Hams-, Libby'f Pig's Feet, Libby'a
Cooked Hams, Steoi's Family Cheese, Green Mountain Mayplo Svrup,
Salt Water Cucumbers, Soucd Pig's Feet,
California Pickled Roll Butter.
Als-o a full line of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, ilecker's Self Raisine
3uckwheatFloucr, Sperry's Genesseo Flour, Hazard & Co's Indian Flour,
Pettyjohn's Gem, something new. Try it.
Island Oiders solicited
k Larp Assortment
- HOK HAI.K
At the Lowest Prices
at A. S. Cleghorn & Co's.
White & Colored Matting
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
15, 77 and 18
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(Lmlo 3r. .1. KOIrili.)
All orders for Whcel-vchicles of every docrlption II lied with promptness anil
dispatch. First-class Mechanics employed all the year round.
sat FINE CARltlAGE WOKK A SPECIALTY, -m
Nothing too hot or too heavy for in. TKAM OARS, OMNIBUBBES, PLANTA,
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX CARTS, iniido to order, nltered or.rcpalred.
Our Ilorflo Siiooinyf Doparlmont
Is under tho supervision of u practical man a mechanic second to nono. Wo
have no use for soaking scalds or rot tubs. Air work g uwautecil.
tS-OliurgoH moderate. Will MIAN & WRIGHT,
,108 ly 5. 77 and 81 Klnt? Street.,
Etc , Etc., Etc.
No. 210. P. O. Box 237. (702
HAVrNG SOLD THIS DAY MY
INTEREST In the Arm of SUN
WO, No. 72, Nuuanu Street, to Alani.
said Alum assumes all liabilities and
will collect al) accounts.
Honolulu, July 10, 186L 7C0 lm
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Comer King and Nuuanu btrccts.
Fresh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Telcphono 349.
75, 77 and 81
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