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lacullj. II If. L. lialdwin. A W Pierce, It W Caatle, Mita E
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It C belaey, C BUnop EuropaaDa, and 123 Cblneaa.
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lurll indward Porti, pv Likellke. Jul; 1511 H II
Lalluokalanl. aliaa A llulce, MIa E K TbumpaOn. J II
W 11 Keanu, Jaa Alexander, Dario Oiena Mill
Masnel. Dr M II ISriOT, Mra C U K Cltuu. wife and
burer.Mr Pbilltpa, Hlfeand 2 cbiltlreu, Miaa laylur. Maty
Akoois U&Urlioe, W al Mlbur, Mr KlrcbaC Dr
MrOirrlu J II Hare. J IUnlun, MiaaAniara, Akl, W S
Akana, U A llurna. and about 12a deck.
COLLUllN AEVILLE In tbla, oo aturdajr July 5. br
the Ber A. Mackintoab, Mmcca IlizroBS CotBcai to
ll,i OluutB Aucc Niniil. both ol lluuolula. (Lirer
puol papera pleaae coi;.
Ba&sr At Walpio, Uamalcua, June 30, of general de
bttitr, BERXanli Uahbt. aeeil ?s, a native of Ireland and
an American citizen by adoption.
&T1.TA In this city, at tbe Catholic BoardlntT School,
July 1C, of typhoid fever, Miksr ank, only daugter ol
Autune and liana byla of Wolkapu, Manf, aged 16 yeara,
11 monlbaand 16 da a.
Aaco In tbia city. July fitb, Moarcawz, wife of L
Aaeo. aged 22 years.
OTKsJ OI" T1IK IVEKR.
XST Tbere was no performance at Ibe Hawaiian
Circus on Saturday evenlug last, owing to the
of the n eallicr.
t2f The regular monthly meeting ol the T. M.
C. A. will be held next Thursday evening, the 17th
lost., at the ueual time and place.
Vcssei. Sunk We learn that the American
schooner B. U. Ramsdell, from Oregon, tilth lumber,
after discharging her cargo, went ashore at
Kapaa, Kauai, and sunk Id 13 feet of water. It It
learcd tht will be u total wreck.
3f The California Dramatic Troupe has arrived.
Their Bret performance will be to-morrow evening
al tbe Hawaiian Theatre. Tbls troupe comes well
recommended and will, no doubt, deligbt our people
by the exhibition or their abilities as hlstronlc
artists. Go and give them n beany welcome.
steamers Lehua and James Makee, left NawillwllI
together on their last trip. The Lebua arrived at
Honolulu 55 mluutea ahead of the James McKec.
The distance traveled is about 100 miles, and therefore
afforded a good opportunity of trying the relative
speed of tbe tw o steamers.
Sudden Death. The Captain of the coasttnc
schooner Kulumanu, a native by tbe name of
beban. died very suddenly of cramp in tbe stomach,
at Kohala, the latter part of last week. He was iu
apparent good health in the morning attending to
bis duties, at 4 o'clock p m. of tbe same day. he
was a corpse. This is another reminder ol the uncertainly
of life, and an admonition to be prepared
Akotueii Haul. Quite a catch of opium was
gathered in by tbe officeis at this end of the line,
on board the W. H. Meyer, rumor has it 130 tins, it
was found. In this instance, to be packed in with
salmon. A very significant circumstance connected
witb this case. Is the absence or any knowledge of
the nbereaboote of tbe drug until after the arrival
of the mall from the coast. Rumor has It that CO
tins were captured ou board the Zealandia.
ST The performance at the Royal Hawaiian circus
on Monday ereulng last was one of rare excellence,
the "Twin SIslers" astonished everybody
present by their brilliancy and wonderful dexterity.
It is a pity Ibey did not "atop over, but they were
under encagemeut to perform in Australia, and were
compelled to gn on. Mr. Luproil Is making commendable
exertions to have the best talent at bis
circus and a full corps of first class performers
from the East very soon.
A Rake Chasck for X.nvERS or Art. A large
collection ofvlegantnll landscape paintings hare
been brouirht to this city, by the celebrated artist
Mrs Weater, of San Francisco. The pictures are
fur the most part large and all framed in fins guilt
lrames and In readiuess to be hung upon the walls
of the purchasers. They are now on exhibition
at Mr. T. G. Thrum's, Vort Street Store, where
persons desirous of inspecting them are respectfully
invited to calL
13 Letter from New Tork from our regular
correspondent; also from an occasional correspondent
trnm Eauai; a communication from Ednard
Bailey, Esq., ofWailuku, Maul, on Ibe labor question;
and a number of new advertisements will be
found in this Usue. Among the latter M. Mclnerny
is out in lull feather and fine cuts of the Waltbam
or American watcb company, a lanre line of choice
jewelry, an'd the Gorham silverware, with new inducements
Street Sprinklihg. We understand that one or
our enterprising citizens proposes to put on the
street ol mis city, one or two first class street
sprinklers. We hope that this much deaired Improvement
may be furnished as It is much needed,
and we doubt not but that the new Institution will
receive a liberal patronage from our business men
and citizens generally. Anything to keip down the
dust will be an improvement in Ibis city.
let us have the street sprinkler.
Another Rn.NiwxT. On Friday afternoon about
1 o'clock, a borse and dray without a
driver dashed up Fort s'reet at breakneck speed
and n ben opposite Mclntyre and Brother's block,
came in contact witb a public back with such furce
as to totally demolish one of the bind n heels of the
vehicle. Mr. J. W.GIbbs, who we believe attempted
to stop the runaway horse, was thrown down and
the dray passed over bis bodv. Fortunately he
sustained no serious injury. Wheu will these
the result of gross carelessness, cease in this
city? Not until a few persons lose their lives we
suppose. The fact Is, such occurrence! are too frequent
in Honolulu, and the sooner they are seen to
Ibe better. Tbe police should be more vigilant and
a good deal more strict in the enforerment of the
law, and aucb occurrences would be less frequent.
A Peccliau Coincidence. The following named
aalllog vessels, viz: American bktne Ella, Captain
Brown; French bark Alphonslne Zelie, uaptaln
Lebeaupln; American bktne Amelia, Captain Foye;
American bark Crane, Captain Hauson; American
topsail schooner W. H. Meyer, Captain Brown, all
made tbe trip from San Francisco to Honolulu, In
tbe short space of 13 days each. This Is not only
making fast time, bat is a notable coincidence that
that doe not often happen. The actual failing time
of the Ella was 12 daa aud 20 uours from wbarf to
wharf. We may addtae notable passage of tbe new
schooner CIaus Spreckels, Captain von Schmidt;
in 9 days and ,12 hours to Kabulnl, MauL Also tbe
new coasting schooner Malolo's time which It 13
days from fort Ludlow to this port.
New YkXS is Poet. We haTe to record the
armM 01 iwu Lew and beautiful fChoonera in nur
harbor during the past week, namely: Tbe American
schooner Clans Spreckels and the Hawaiian
schooner Malolo. The Clans Spreckels wasbuilt
at San Francisco and belongs to John D. Spreckels.
She Is a beautiful moded of a vessel and made her
first trip from San Francisco to Kabulnl, Maul, Inside
or ten davs, where she discharged her cargo,
and took In about 60 tons or sugar, and sailed for
Honolulu en route fur San Francisco. She is consigned
to Messrs Wm. G. Irwin fc Co , of Ibis city,
who will load and dispatch her in a few days. Tbe
Malolo, is a really beuutiinl cratt, and is owned by
Mr. A. F. Cooke of this city. She was built at Port
Ludlow and made ber Initial trip from tbere to this
port In the short time of 13 days, which is considered
a very quick trip The Malolo Is intended for
Ibe inter-Island trade of this Kingdom, and is by
odds one of tbe very best coasters in tin- Kingdom.
She seems to have been built without regard to
expel se, as she possesses superior accommodations
lor pasengers and freight, and is a credit to
onr Island fleet, as well as to ber enterprising
Takiko the Law in nis ows Hands. On Sunday
afternoon tbe 13lb inst. tbere was quite an
excitement created for a time In Hotel street below
Nuoann atreet in this city. It appears that a smalt
native boy went Into a Chinese restaurant and gut a
cup ol coffee. After drinking Ibe coffee tbe boy-
was about to leave without paying fur II, nuena
difficulty arose between tbe boy and a Chinaman
in charge at tbe time. Tbe Chinaman becoming
-.cry much enraged seized a knife and strurk the
boy on ibe back part of the head, cutting a small
gash in the scalp. Tbe polices were soon on the
gronnd bat the Chinaman who did tbe cuttinc had
fird. He was followed into an adjoining building
by Ibe police, where the latter surprised a lot of
Mongolians In the act of gambling. The police did
not succeed we beiirve In tbe apprehension of tbe
Chinaman who assaulted tbe native boy, hut
secured those of bis countrymen who
ting the law and Sabbath by indulging in a game of
cuance lor coin. ine unoiecrnna were marched
to Ibe Station House and locked up for farther
judicial investigation. Tbe real cause of the trouble
will no doubt be taken and held to answer for
taking the law in bis own hands.
Woman's Board or Missions. The Eighth Annual
Report or the Woman's Board or Missions for
ibe Pacific Islands, together witb the Cntltution
aud By-Laws ol tbe Society, has been published In
pamphlet form. The leports of tlir R-cording nnd
Home, Secretary's are full of Information touching
tbe work of the devotnd women who are encaged
In the MUsiiinary cause on these Islands. As a
sample we quote the following from the report of
the Home Secretary : "Enconratiing reporlR have
been received from most or all in regard to Chinese
evangelisation. A Chinese colporteur, Wong Tee,
has been welcomed to their community as a
man. They have appropriated their funds
largely to his support and lu aid ol the general work
of Chinese evangelization. It was a touching sight
on the last Communion Sahbatb, to see five converts
from Paganism to Christianity, led by tbe
colporteur tn receive baptism and to be adinittid
to the church." From the report of the Foreign
Secretary, we learn that much good has resulted to
the people of the Mlcronesian and other islands in
the South Pacific during the past yeae from tbe
efforts of the society to dlsemiuate useful knowledge
to lh(6e benighted peoples. The Financial
Secretary In htr report Hates the condition of the
finances In be.- Receipts for the pant year, including
the balance at end of 1STS, $1,032 50. with a
balance on band on the 4th June last of $C!2 20
The disbursements for the p6t year Jvere $474 25,
with a halaiiccoii hand of $55S 25. The following
It the list of officers for President. Mrs.
Lowell Sm.th; Vice Presidents, Mrs. S. C. Damon,
Mrs. A. S. Cook, Mrs J. W. Smith. Kanai, Mrs. W.
P. AltXdiider, Walluku, Mr6. T. H. Rouse.
Mrs. T. Coan, Hilo, Mra. J. W. Atherton,
Kohala, Mri. B. G. Snow, Micronesia; Recording
Secretary, Mrs S E. Bishop; Foreign
Secretary, Mrs. MiCully: Home Secretary,
.Mrs. W. W. Hall; Treasurer. .Mrs. B. F. Dillingham;
Auditor, W. W. Hall, Esq.
Convicted or Murdek in tbe First Degree.
In tbe Supreme Court for the Hawaiian Islands,
slttlug for ibe regular July Teim last week, anatlre
woman by tbe name ol Kellibanaiwi was convicted
of murder in the first degree Ine facts of the case
are as follows: On the morning of the 1st of March
last, at Walluku, Maul, chinaman by the name of
Akela, who kept a amtll shop in tbe town,
was lound dead in his shop, Ou examination
by the physician. Dr. Eudere, the cause of death
was pronounced to be by strangulation, as there
were Impressions of finger nails as Well as knife
wounds on the throat of the deceased, and a fracture
ol tbe skull on the back part of the bead.
From the evidencea found and the appearance of
the body, it w as evident tbat the murder must have
been participated In by more than one person.
Three persons, namely. Asham, a Chlnamun, Alonzo
Dai, and the woman Kelllhauaiwi, (wile of Alonzo
Davis) were arrested on sueplclon of having
the murder. At the April Term of tbe Circuit
Court for Maul the trial came on. A nolle
prosequi was eniered by the Crowo in tbe case of
Davis, and tbe Chinaman Asbam was acquitted by
the petit jury. In tbe case of tbe woman
the venue was changed to Honolulu, and
she was tried before the Supreme Court (lull bench)
on Monday tbe 7tb Inst., and resulted In tbe
nf the defendant as above stated. In this
letter case tbe jurors were all Uawalians. His Excel
lency the Attorney General appeared on behalf of
tbe Crown, and lue prisoner wasdetedded by J. M.
Davidson, Esq. The case was committed to the
jury al 3 r. M. on Tuesday, and al half past 1
Wednesday morning returned a lerdict of guilty of
murder in the first degree with three jurors dissenting.
Tbe peculiarity in this case is that thu
woman Kalihaualwi was convicted in Honolulu on
the same state of facts upon which the other defendant
Asbam, who doubtless participated In the
murder, was acquitted by a jury composed of foreigners
at Walluku in April last. This is a strange
result to say tbe least ol it, and does uot argue well
for tbe trial by jury on these Islands. "The glorious
uncertainty of tbe law," as well as the like uncertain!)
ofjuiies, have in this case been practically
illustrated. The Chinaman, Asbam, goes scot free
bj the verdict of a Walluku jury, while a partictpt
crimiiiU is pronounced guilty of tbe murder, when
all the tacts go to prove the party acquitted to be
tbe leader if uot the actual pcrpelralur ul the crime.
Hanging is a horrible disposition to make ol an
individual at any time, and we do hope that In the
case of the woman Keliibanaiwi, that her punishment
may he commuted to imprisonment for a
term of years or for her natural lite, if in the judgment
ofrHis Majesty aud Ibe Privy Council Ibe fails
of the case n ill warrant such a disposition.
Another Convicted or Murder in the First
Degree. Iu tbe Supreme Court of this kingdom
ou Monday last, tbe case of tbe King vs. Brown for
tbe murder of Ibe sailor Wilkenson a few weeks
ago ou board tbe American bark Morro Castle was
called. The case was tried belore a full bench of
judges and by a foreign jury and resulted in finding
tbe prisoner guilty of murder in tbe first degree.
Tbe facts In tbe above case were given In our paper
at the time of tbe sad occurrence and need not be
repeated here. Tbls makes tbe second case of
conviction of murder in the first degree, at the present
term of the Couit, whicb Is a sad commentary
on the digeueracy ol the times in a community
S3 small as ours.
Tbe Queen's Hospital. For want of space, we
are compelled to aynoptise the reports of tbe Secretary
and Treasurer of the Queen's Hospital for
the past year, frum which documents we gather tbe
following Interesting inlormation regarding this
valuable Institution : The billowing statement
shows the financial condition of Ihe institution as
stated by the Treasurer, John H. Paty. E6q. : Receipts
from Maj 31, lb77, to May 31, 1879. 2 years,
$3u,!j03 43. Disbursements to June lb79,
with a balance of cash in Bank of $5,620.00.
Tue total amount received during 20 years, the period
since the Hospital was established, including
the cash balance, has been $239,957.02. From the
report of tbe Secretary, F. A. Schaefer, Esq , we
gather Ihe following siatistica : "During tbe term
934 persons have been received a indoor patients
ol the Hospital, of wlioin 604 were Hawailans and
330 foreigners, and 971 persons were treated as outdoor
patients, while the sum of $34,057.83 has been
expended tor Ihe requirements ul thu Hospital
during tbat time. The number of deaths were 97,
wblcb is a trifle over 10 per ceot. and proves to be
a moderate proportion, in comparison to similar
institutions In other countries. Ibe receipts ol Ihe
hospital tax and from foreign patients have been
quite large e. g. f t5,732.S7 aud $7,812.89 respectively,
and In pruvidiug for Ibe rtquireiuents of tbe
Institution for tbe lutureit would be nnwiae in
take these figures as a standard. Tbe great influx of
juinese lauurera uuring inese two years, subject to
hospital tax canuol poealbly continue for a length
of time, and It thu number of foreign patients of
the Hospital should still increase, tbe accommodations
for tbcm will bare Iu bt, enlarged and at no
small cost." The Secretary then compllmeutt Ihe
physician and purveyor of Ibe Hospital, ou Ibe
laithlul discbarge or their respective duties, and
concludes with approdriate reflections upou the
uieuiuij ui muse wuo uave passea away, wuo were
Instrumental iu bringing into existence this noble
cnarity, and wbo iu tbelr lifetime gave their time
aud means 10 keep it up. After readiog and discussion
of these reyorts by the members of the Society
present, tbe Secretary read an official communication
from Hit Excellency tbe MlulMer of tbe
Interior, stating that Hit Majesty the King bad
been pleased to re-appoint His Honor C. C. Harris,
Vice or the Queen's Hospital for tbe biennial
period next ensuing, and lo approve of Ibe
following appointmeuts lor Trustees tor the term
of lour years from now, viz: His Excclleucy J. M
Kapena, F. A. Schaefer. Esq., Dr. E. Hoffman, Hon
E. P. Adams, J. T. Waterhouse, The following
gentleman were then elected at Trustees on the
part of tbe Society for the same period of four years:
Hon. S. N. Castle, John H. Paty, Esq., Hon. W. L.
Green, Hon. W. C. Parke, Hon. H. A. Widemann.
After tbe adjournment ut tbe meeting of
tbe Queen's Hospital, tbe board of Trnaleca held a
special meeting for tbe election of officers, which
olection by ballot resulted in tbe choice of the following
gentlemen to Ihe resnecllve offices viz .t
H. Paty. Esq.. Treasurer: F. A. Schaefer. En..
Secretary; Hon. E. P. Adams, Auditor; Executive
Committee, Hon. C. R. Bishop. A. J. Cartwriebt,
Esq., F. A. Schaefer, Esq., J. H. Paty, Esq.., Hon.
Late Foreign News.
By the arrival of tbe P. M. S. S. Zealandia at tbls
port on the evening of tbe Mb Inst., we bare news
down to tbe 7lh inst, via San Francisco by cablegram,
and otbcrwlte a summary of which we furnish
as follows :
Cape Town, Jnne 17, via Madeira, July 6.
Troops commenced an advauce from Furl Pearson
to tun Chelmsiura and a Junction is almost effected
with Colonel Wood, wbo is alto advancing.
Tbe rumor that an armslice has been agreed to is
London, July 6. A Cape Town special says : A
decisive act iou is likely to be fought at Umlassl,
which the Zulus have strongly entrenched.
London, July fi. A correspondent with general
headquarters, under date of June 15th, says:
ocenpiea an impregnable position northeast
A dispatch dated Cape Town, June 17th, says :
The Tugela column advances IbctMih Inst. The
Ninety first Regiment has evacuated Fort Chelmsford.
It will defend Ihe frontier and be comblued
witb tbe advance shortly.
New Tork, July 6 Rio Janeiro advances to June
Stb report of tbe dismissal ottbe Minister of Ihe
Interior by the Emperor, at Ibe request of Ihe
Premier, because of differences with his colleagues,
caused great excitement In the Chamber of Deputies.
The dismissed Minister interpellated tbe
Government, and tbe crowd In tbe galleries applauded
and booted Deputies to a degree tbat compelled
the President to suspend Ibe silling for two
hours. He then bad 400 soldiers stationed outside
tbe house, whicb actiou greatly excited the populace,
who grossly insulted the Premier and Fiuauce
Minister In the streets and at tbe entrance of the
Chamber. The disturbances were renewed tbe
fallowing day, tbe mob insulting the Ministers
when proceed lug to a Cabinet council.
Troops finally dispersed the rioters, but not before
several persons had been wouuded. Tbe city
was afterwards patrolled by soldiers.
.Paris, July 6. Lesseps basjust signed a treaty
giving him concession of the Isthmus granted by
Ibe United St.. tet of Colombia. Matters are now
to be pushed with Ibe greatest activity. A new
company will be immediately constituted, with a
capital of 40 000,000 1 nines. Iu a long couTersa
lion, Lesseps this afternoon repudiated all intervention
ou Ibe part of the Government, Were such
intended. He said be follv recognized the truth
of tbe statement that the United States wa entitled
to exercise a large and important influence
In the management ol the canal. He declared the
enterprise had no character ol special nationality
but private speculation, though universal In Its
utility. Paris is silently accepted as tbe center of
operations, merely because tbe French laws are
severe and offer greater security lo shareholders,
on account of greater control over the administrators
of funds. Lesseps remarked, during the interview,
that he proposes to offer to give Grant'lhe
positiou of Houorary President of the Company.
Paris July 6. General Castlenau has asked to be
placed ou toe retired list lu order lobe able to
attend the funeral of the late Prince Imperial.
London, July S The Observer's correspondent
at Paris understands tbat Prince Jerome Napobou
aud his two sous will atteud tbe funeral.
Paris July G. A scaffoldlug and, unfinished wall
of a house iu Mont Marlre, fell yesterday, killing
four workmen and wounding five others.
Paris, July C In a hurricane on tbe River Doubs
to-day a steamer with fifty-three passengers was
sunk. Only five persous were saved.
Berlin, July 6 -It is said tbe Reicbstad will be
prorogued on tbe 12th Inst.
It is rumored the Government will grant amnesty
to a considerable number of Catholic priests
punished under the Falk laws, and pardon all banished
or deposed bishops, and permit them to
reiuru to their sees.
London, July 6 Tbe Chinese have retaken
Kasbgar. A portion of the Mussulman population
fled, but many people were inassatied, and a large
body or citizens are shut up In the citldel. Inhabitants
of Kaldja have determined to fly if the town
and province Is restored to China by the Russians.
Rome, July 6. It Is asserted that SIgnor Sella
has been entrusted with the lortnallou of a uew
Constantinople, July 6. Tbe truth of tbe report
that Murad has escaped is
Si. Petersburg, July 6. It is said the man wbo
supplied Soloviell with the pistol with which be
attempted to shoot the Czar has been sentenced to
Simla, July 6. Major Cavagnarl has started for
Cabul and is expected to reach Kuran on tbe lOlli
and Cabul on the 31st inst. He bears a let ter from
the Viceroy to the Ameer, announcing bis
appointment as Euvof and Minister Plenipotentiary.
His escort consists of twenty-six
borse and fifty foot soldiers.
Loudon, July 6. A dispatch from Rangoon reports
cholera among the British troops at
aud several died.
First Grand Inventory & Clearance Sale
CO. P. BAZAR!
COMMENCING SATURDAY, JULY 19TH.
IX ALL DEPARTMENTS!
THIS SALE WE HAVE HIADE
tooOVr to the public some specUl Items of
Goods which have been reduced so low, tbat we areas
sured If tbe public study their uwo la teres t they must attract
considerable attention. We at attention to the
HEED THE PRICES!
Fifty all wool White Blankets at 1 10 each, formerly
sold fur U SO.
Flue Ulaclc Cashmere (French! at (1 CO, formerly sold
for (I 60
Fine Black French Cashmere at ft 25, formerly sold for
Fine Black French Cashmere at S3 eta., formerly aold
Mohair Alpaca at 40 eta., formerly sold at 65 eta.
Fine Alpaca at 45 eta., furmerlyaold for 76cts.
Colored Grenadines at 24 eta.
A very flue Assortment of ColorrdSaUns and LlnlngSIlka
Great Slaughter in Prices !
7 j da of good White Pique for 1 1 oo. worth 2S eta. per yd.
Fine Striped Lawns for 2t eta. per yard, worth 37i cts.
Plain, Plaid and btrlped Nainsook for 25 eta. per yard,
worth 40 cts.
White Twist for 30 cia. per yard, worth 60 cts.
Good VV hlte Lawn for 20 cts. per yard, worth 40 ctj.
Fine W hlte Lawn for 37,ej crs per yard, worth SJ eta.
Amjskeag Qlnghams for It era. per pard, worth 25 eta.
Figured Flquea for ll!i cts. per )ard, worth 25 cts.
Hotels and Boarding' Houses, Fay Attention
to the following!
Damask Tablecloths for 75 cts , worth 81 12i.
Fine While Tablecloths for l 00, worth it SO.
Floe Red Tablecloths for fl 00, worth fjl 50.
Flue Red 'tablecloths rurfl 12,worluI 62,e-.
Nice Linen x,apkina fur 75 CIS i(wortb i 1 50
the beat t hile Marble Oilcloth la tbla city for 75 eta.
Towels and Towellog at Wholesale Prices,
to doa. Lace Tldiea to be sold from 25 cents up.
Gents' Furnishing Goods
HATS AXTO CAPS.
Don't fan to bay onr White Sbirti at II 50. worth 1 50.
Don't fall lo hoy our Colored Shirts at 1 1 00, worth f 2 00.
Fine Gents' Underwear at 50 eta., worth 75 eta.
Flue Gents' Underwear at 60 els , worth S7J eta.
Im Gents' Uuderwear at 75 cts.. worth fl 00.
i Ine Gents' Underwear at fl 00, worth ft 50.
Gents' Half Uoseat 12H cents per pair.
Fine llalbriggaa uk Clocked.
The Ln(ist Sltlts of Fine Felt Hats.
Good Felt Rata at f I 00, worth f I 75.
Good telt flats at fl 50, worth f 2 00.
Godd Felt ::aU at l 00, worth ft 00.
Good Felt Uata at f 3 75, worth ft 00.
Fine Stiff Felt Hal3, the Latest Styles.
SUIr Caps at ft 25. worth 12 50.
Bovs, Colored Caps at f I CO worth f I 75.
Boya, Felt Uata at 75 cents, worthfl 00.
White Linen Caps at 75 cents, worth f 1 (0.
BQChings from 10 cents up.
Genu' White Pure Linen Panta at f 2 00, worth f 1 00.
Our Hosiery will be almost Given Axcay.
Ladles' White Lawn Jackjts at f I 00. worth f2 50.
Chlldren'i White and Colored Salts at very low prices.
Unsure and get some of ovr.Qpenworked
at 18 cts. a yard, worth 35 cts.
Embroideries at astonishingly low prices. 225 pieces to ba
aold at and below cost.
Ladies' Silk and Lace Ties,
From 20 cents up.
Good White and Colored Handkerchiefs at KH cts.
We ktp the Favorite KID ULOVE3, wblcb mutt be aold.
Ladfea' Driving Gloves at 75 cia per pair, worthfl 50.
LACES of all Description; at 00 ceiita on
Ladies, Misses and Children's Mats,
Trimmed and Untrlmmed.
Flue Lace Capas, New Flowers, Daisies. Leaves, Popples,
23 doz. White Linen Cambric Sonbonnets at 50 cents,
worth 75 cents.
8 doz Colored Suabonnets at SO cts., worth Si cents.
Ladle.' Mases' and Children's MRBIKO UNDERWEAR.
Ladles' MOSLIVUSDERWEAK.1U fact everything In.
eluded In onr Jne of Goods will be aold up to August 1st
at UBEAT REDUCTION, at Uua
o. I Jf JES-a It A.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
TITE A 1 BARK
Will have quick dispatch for above port.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
75 ttX O. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO!
THE AMERICAN SCnOONER YACHT
Lately arrived at Kahulul, and making tba extraordf
carily quick time of
Nine and a half days from San Francisco
Win have dispatch on her return trip to tbe above Port.
Belnj: fitted with Elegant Accommodations, and bnlll
expressly for tbla route by her owner. John D preckela.
Esq , this vesael offers auperior loducemeota to ablppera
755 W. O. IRWIN CO., Agents.
For Portland, Oregon.
THE FAST SAILING BARKENTTNE
Jane A. Falkinburg
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
75J CASTLE 4 COOKE, Agents.
NEW YORK AND HONOLULU
DIRECT LINE OF PACKETS
WH. CrtOVHMA.N A 11 ItO.. 118 CHAMBER
Street New York. Agents. 45 A Flrvt Class
vessel Hill be laid on for Honolulu,
To Sail not Later than the middle of Jnne.
Having already secured a considerable freight for this
vessel, there will be no delay in satlinp.
iS For Freight or Passage apply to the Agents above
named. 73t 3m
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
THE SPLENDID KTEAHSIIIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday, August 4th.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
THE SPLENDID .STEAMSHIP
CITY OF SYDNEY!
On or about Monday, Aug. llth.
For Fre'ght and Passage, apply to
755 3m II. UACKPHLD & CO.. Agents.
Good lor Shlpmeut per Stenmcr can now
be Mured, Free ut CIiHre. In lite FIreprool
Wnrclionse nenr the Mennier
Regular Packet forjilo & Kaupakuea.
The Clipper Schooner
HALE AK ALA!
For Freight or Passage, apply to
755 am ALLEN & ROBINrJON, Agents.
REYNOLDS, I : t t 31 AH 1' tit
Tuesday July 22. 6 p m.. .... IIIIo
Tuesday July 29, & p m ..Circuit of Hawaii
Tuesday Aug 5, 5 p m... Hilo
Tuesday Aug 12, 5 P m.. of Hawaii
Tuesday Aug I0t 5 d m ... .... . U llo
Tuesday Aug 28, & p in.. , ,.,.. .rMmiiHt of Hawaii
Tuesday Sep 2, 6 p m... .... ... . ...... 11 Ho
Tuesday Sep 9, 5 p m.... .........Circuie of Hawaii
Tuesday 6ep It, 5 p
Tuesday Sep 23, 5 p ra......m...........Clrcult of Hawaii
Tuesd.ySep 30, 5 p m ................nilo
09 No Credit Tor Money, tu
We positively refuse to open accounts tor
and e particularly call tbe attention of tbe traveling
public to tbe necessity ot having Baggage and Freight
plainly marked; tbe Steamer will not be responsible for
any unmarked baggage or for any Freight or Parcels an-less
Freight Money Dae on Demand.
In all cues of Freight for parties notresponslble or unknown,
tbe Freight Money will be required In advance.
And Me decline all responsibility aa regards the landing of
livestock. We will use all care, but will not guarantee
tbe lives of Horses, Cattle and Mules.
1AKAUES ori'IQUOKS nnd MINES MUST
DC rr.Al.VI4Y aiAUKED
For tbe party whom tbey are for, or plilnly stated In t e
receipt to whom tbey are consigned.
All demands for Damage or Loss, must be made wlta
n one month.
In 00 nay liable for Lobs or Accident to Live Stock.
OjJ" Hacst Drivers, Hoys, and aucb like, will not be at
lowed on board the Steamer upon arrival, until after tne
paasii;ers have been landed.
i55 WILDER A CO.
FOR EUROPE VIA NEW YORK
CUtf ART) LINE!
Two Sailings Every Week,
.FVom New York every Wednesday,
From Boston every Saturday,
RATES OF PASSAGE:
Cabin...- 880, and 8100 Oold
According to Accommodation.
RETURN TICKETS ON FAVORABLE TERM8.
Steerage ....... 828 Currency-Good
accommodatlona can alwaya be aecored on application
WILLIAMS, BLAXCHARD 4 Co.,
99 State St., Boston,
C. O. FRANCKLTN,
4 Bowling Clreen, New York.
Notice to Passengers from Australia, New Zealand and
Honolulu Tne Canard Line artorda more than nsuat fa
clllttes to through passengers from porta, the
freqnency of Its salting precluding all possibility of delay
In New York.
Good accommodations alwaya reserved.
C. 0. FRANCKLYN,
71J ly 4BowlingOreen.NewYora:.
DISPATCH UNEFORSAN FRANCISCO!
C. Brewer & Co. Agents. j jgt
Merchandise received Storaire Free iiS
and liberal cash advances made on shipments by tbls line.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE 1
C. Brewer & Co. Agents. &
yarorabt. arrangements eao always b.CyTC
made for storage and shipment of Oil, Bore, Wool, Hide
and other Merchandise to New Bedford. Boston, New Yorl
and ither Eastern Ports. AsfCaeh Adaancea made.
C. BRF.WER A CO.
VINO PROCURED FBOtt COL. MAIL-LIARD,
HA the well known breeder of the Best Cat eland
Hones; the Best Formula Irnown for Feed foi
Milch Cows, we are prepared to furnish the Feed t
those wbo require It, la qualities to suit at o per 10
pounds. At this Feed Is made from Ihe best crali
procurable, we warrant It to be all that Is required to en
able tbe owner of the cow to procore am aboodance c
rich milk, and to Insure a healthy food for the cow. Pat
ties wishing their own grata gronnd and prepared, cat
have ft done at short notice, either for horse or cow feed,
72tf LAINE at CO.
THOSE DESIRABLE PBEMISES
m la Hilo. Ia'and of liawalt, at present oc
cnpledby L. Severance. Esq. The house la
(It rooms) with bath house and serraata
hoaxters, attble, etc. Terms liberal. Apply to
J. H. CONJVT. ITonolulo,
7H la OrC. RICIIAKVON.IIllo.
A Fall Line ofship Storei and Groceries
BESEBVED FBTJITS, HEATH. NOCPi .
&V tL aDVaVatsasVJina W
ny C. S. IM.KTOiV.
R O O MS ALE
- - -
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. ST.. tVIU. BE SOLD,
White Cottons, Cental, Bine Cottons.
Prints, Towels, Toweling, ie.
Ladies' Dresses, Shawls,
Uenu' Cassimers Pant Patterns,
Shirts. Cassimers Panel, Hoiiirj.
AT 11 O'CLOCK,
A Lot of Tinman's Machines.
Small Lot of Furniture,
Bedstead, Mattrasi, Marble Top Bureau.
Dags of Potatoes, Bags of Onions,
2 Rrfrigerators, Micronesian Mats,
And a Variety of other lVIercbandiie.
AT 12 O'CLOCK,
Two Stallions, young, not broken
1 Saddle llone and 2 Mares, broken to saddle.
Superior Span of Imported Mares,
One Span of Thoroughbred Mares, formerly owned
by W. Washburn, and iuiported from Saa Francisco,
ez bark Ednard James. Tbe aboro ii a well-matched
A Span of Black Carriage Horses, Kind
ALSO EX STEAJIEU ZEAEANDIA,
Boxes of Apples, Apricots, Pearsand Peachea.
C. b. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
DESIRABLE PROPERTY ON FORT ST.
On Saturday, August 2nd,
At l'J 31., on the premises,
I am Instructed by Mr. O. W. Macy, to sell at public auction
tbe well known lot situated on Fort Street, abuve
HeretanU. and adjoining tbe premises now occupied, by
Mr. T. J. Mossman. 'I his U one of tbe must healthy and
centrally locnUd lots for residence of any In the city of
Honolulu, and with a small outlay would yield the Interest
Ou 4000 at 10 percent, per annum.
Tbe above sale , tTtrrs a goud opportunity for tbe perm
nent investment of cap. L There H a dwelling bouse,
cook bouse and bath house on tbe lot, which wilt be sold
separately, and Is now rented at f 11 a month. Water Is
laid on in three places. The lot Is well fenced, a part of
which Is u airly nev. The watr pipes are all in good order.
Tbere Is a carriage rood from Beretaala street leading
on to the premises in tbe rear,.
Title perfect. Deeds at of purchaser. A part
of the purchase money may remain secured by mortgage
en the premises. The above will be offered at an upset
price of 31.500. Plans of this lot may hasten at the Salesroom
of U. b. Bartow. For further particulars Hpply to
A. J.Cartwrigbt. Ksq. Terms made kDown at sale.
C. S. B KTOW. Auctioneer.
OUA EXECUTIoy ISSUED
out of tbe folice Court, In favor of It.
against ACIIONO, for the sum of :M.77. I have levied
"ii and thai; expose for sale all the right, title and
of said AbcboDg, of, lat and to sundry Tables, Chairs,
Olassea Ciockery, Stove, &, on tbe premises ou Mauna.
kea street. Ou Saturday, tlie lOtla tiny of An.
trust, A D. 1873, at 10 a. ro., unl ss said Judgment, luter
est aod costs be previously aatisfled.
W. c. PARKE, Marshal.
a S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
July 11. WS 737 Jt
YIIITI'KOK A M'UiT OF KXKCCTIOJ8"
Issued out of tbe Police rourt of Honolulu, In favor
of O WEST against J, M UA51KKON'. fur f 115.30, I he
levied upon aod shall expose for sale al the Auction Room
of C 8. Bartow, On Naturtlny, the 10th liny of
August, st 12 o'CIock noon, all tbe right, title and lutes-eat
of the said J. M. Cameron, of, la and to
MX MaW NEHI iG MACHINES,
Unless said Judgment, Interest tnd costs be satisfied.
W. a PAKKK, Marshal.
a 8. BARTOW, Aucl'r.
July 11.4879. 757 -It
or the British Bark
XjedlleSt ROOK Tt
1S2 DAYS FROM ULASUOIV,
Is now being Offered for Sale !
Lowest Market Rates.
For Particulars apply to
749 O. Ar.3IACFAKEA.VE & CO.
A MONITOR HORSE POWER, NET,
Tuatln'a Improved patent, with Shaft and Fly-wheel,
For One, Two or Four Horses !
JUST THE TUINQ
For Pumping or Sawing.
Fresh California Hay anil Grain,
By Decent Arrivnls.
200bbis Fresh Lime, cheap
745 3m EAI.VE & CO.
WAIHEE SUGAR COMPANY.
Cnpltal 8200.0UO in 200 Sbares of" $1000 each
Plata of Business, Waihee, Dirtrict ot Wailnlra, II.
IS HEREBY HIVES THAT AT A
NOTICE held on tbe first day of July, A. D. 1879, of
subscribers to toe stocK ot tne ivaneepugar ua.it was
voted to accept a Charter of Incorporation granted to
tbem and tbelr as soclates and successors, under tbe corporate
name and style of the Walbee sugar Company,"
on ibe :tth day of June, A. O. 1879; and that tbe Corporation
under said charter thereupon organized Itself and
elected the following Officers of the Company :
James Makee ... .President.
raraerX.Makte.. -Vice President.
Charles B Makee.. ..Trea3arer.
E. A. Pierce. ... Secreury.
No lice Is further given, that pursuant to the terms of
the Charter " no shareholder ahall be liable for the debts
of the corporation beyond the amouot which may be das
upon the share or shares held or owned by him or her."
754 U E. A. PIERCE, necretsry.
COALS, C0JLS, COALS.
HOW LAUDING EX SHIP
BESTWALLSEND STEAM COAL
For sals in quantities to salt purchasers.
750 1m ALLES A ROBISSOS.
Consulting and Valuing Engineer
VI Ml ESTABLISHED RELATIONS
HA Eminent Engineering Firms la Great Britain,
is prepared to give Plans, Specifications and Estimates
far all kinds of Machinery. He la also rea,1y to undertake
the location of Sogar Plantations, the construction of
Wharves and landing Places ; th. Sorve y aud Construe
tkm of Railways. Tramwaya. water Leads, Flumes, AC.;
tbe Superintendence of any Works In coors of construction,
and all other wont In the Engineering Line.
He also offers bis services as Valuator or Appraiser to
all wbo may require them.
2- OFFICE, corner of ganhnmarm and Queen Streets,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
OFFICE nOUES From 0 A. It. to 4 P. M.
WO CHONG & CO.
. lADIEyASDCJESTSr BOOTH -
Ivaa. and Khoea made In the latest style and tsassaHW
s- best manner.
7s 3a So. 33 Xanana St.. ITooolola.
'PAIJCT, BLACK PAESTT. COPPEB
ZISC en assortment of fancy Colors. Rnbhai Paint
the heat paint used, a Full Assortment of Colors.
741 For sale by BOLLES A CO.
FOR SALE 0RIEASE!
300 ACRES OF LAND IV
ABOCT North Kona, Hawaii, with Dw.lllng House
and OOcet, all In good order, latelr occup'ad by Br.
Trousseau. Apply to
H. N. OREESWELL,
7M la Or to Uessxs, H. HACKFELD at CO.
My E. 1. AIAmS.
REGULAR CASH SALE.
ON THURSDAY, : : ijTTLY 17,
AT 10 A. JT. At SaUearoom,
Grain and Groceries.
PrtrjctaZar in Posters.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
BUILDING AT AUCTION!
SATURDAY. sTULY 19tl.,
At li o'clock M, on the Premises,.
Tbe building on King Street East of the Store of Castle at
Coote. Oar To be removed within Ten days.
. P. ADAMS. Ancttoneer.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS,
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF IRON WORK
In Couneetlon with Snsrsir Flavntaw
For Prices and Terms, Apply to
B. F. ADAH3,
7 ly Agent for th. Hawaiian Islands.
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER,
Honolulu Steam Planing Mills,
Esplanade, Honolulu, U, h
Manufactures all kinds of
Blinds. Sashes. Doors
And all kinds or Woodwork Finish.
Turning, Scroll and Band Sawing!
AEI. K1XDS OF
Planing and Sawing,
Morticing and Tenanting.
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
Ami Work Unarantea.'
Orders from the other Islands aollctted.
Honolulu, May 2, 1179. 717 Sm
No. 71 Fort St, above Hotel St.,
KEEPS ALWAYS ON HAND
An assortment of the best French and
California man Uc tared
Which he offers for aal. to th. Trade, or at netail.
AT REDUCED PRICES I
TUE BEST BRANDS OF CHOICE CIGARS
To b. had In Ihe market.
THE BEST ICE CREAM, SODA WATER CORDIALS
JUST RECEIVED FROM
CORTLAND WAGON MANUFACTURING CO., H. Y.
AX INVOICE OF
Buggies, Wagons, Carriages 1
DILLINGHAM fc Co.,
7tS jol. Agtnta for flawallaa Islands.
CO.NCHEE & ACHAT,
HAVING PURCHASED THE KES-
laursnt lately carried on by Akong, deceased,
known aa the International Hotel, in Honolulu,
lake this method of Informing the puhUa
that tbey are prepared to give entire aaUafacuoa. They
will keep none but
Cood Cooks and Good Waiters,
and they will gle their personal attention to the business.
so aa to afford entire satisfaction to their cualomera and
tbe public whom they wish to please.
They have refitted tbe EstabllanmenUsnit will spar oo
pains to make the ptac'one of Comfort and Convenience,
and thereby hop. ta abar. a tulr amount of th. public
patrooage. 7.7 tm
Notice to Sugar Planters.
riTllIK AN A MEM 11 Ell OF
a tbe burr of the Hawaiian Hunrtyiag
Party, having carefully examined personally most paru
of tbe Several Islands of this Kingdom, now respectfully
offers tis sertlces to sugar planters and other, wb, may
require Railways. Tramways and uther modes of transport,
as a Purchasing Agent, or Advising Engineer.
He proceeds direct by tbla Steamer to Boston, C. 8. A.,
and having every facility for so doing, win furnish on application.
Plans, Speclflcallout aod Estimate, or Coat for
Icon Bridges, Iron Houses, Rallwaya with Bridges and
P.oUIng Slock of all deacrlpuViaa. Alan. Machinery of
every description fwr the manufacture of bugar and cleaning
and preparing luce for Market. Address la Eosioa,
LISCOLN CABOT, Civil Engineer,
ilooml, No. 131 Devonshire St.
P. 8. Inquiries addressed to O. T. Oolick, In llooomta.
will receive prompt attention.
HonoluM. II. 1.. May It. Ia7. 7 tm
rpne undersigned niVE jest be.
L CKIVED per Amy Tnrner. from Boatoo, a. full assortment
or these celebrated Pumps, wblea at g
to be cheaper and Letter than any other style ol
pump Importrd. We call the atUutlon of planters particularly
to the Vacunm Pomp, which is leas complicated
and more serviceable ban other pomps.
7 to am a UBEWEB Jt CO
TO THE PUBLIC.
BAZA AR AND EVEJTI.VO Entertainment
wUI be held on or about the tttb of November next.
for the benefit of the fund for enlarging Fort Street
Church, Any contrlbutlonaof Fancy Articles, Cariosities,
or other srtlclea, to be soli on that occasion, win U grate.
fully received by Mra. T. H. Uobroo, Mrs. 1. C Jones, or
Miss Helens. J ndd. 7Uln
BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES
Hits Woodward, Principal, Hirriibarj, Pa-,
FOR TEARS. AND PAT
ESTABLISHED young ladles can
obtain the advantages of the beat education la Kogliah,
French, and German. Hasic and drawing, as wall asm horns
weliproTldedwtth every coavenleac.
At the above School the French and German, languages
are uot b I by native French and German Teachers, and
the An department la nndar the eon tr.1 of a, lady gradual,
or tbe Cooper Institau or Kew Tork. Masla la taught by
a lady of many years experience, who la a first class
sMrTeiuia moderate. Send for Circulars. 74S to
HOP LUNG & CO.,
fa,f A.VITFtCTCRSRS OF EtBIEV AB
vj Children's Underwear; also, Oeuts" asd Tooths
Clothing, Shirts aod Collars.
Hotel Btisct,oaa door from Nonsao Street, Hacolmra.