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'.ATUfWAY, AUOUST t 1M1
I'nhtlcntlon nffic. U lit 6 Knaliumsmi strew Bd
itonil rooms at ito Fort treet.
'.nbitrlbrrs and Adrtln will pleas ail.lrrs,
TIIOS 0. THHUM, Publisher and Propiletor.
F C DAKR Is the only antliorliei! agent for
the I'HILSS In San Prandsco.
All matter for the Saturday Press thonl.1 be
ad.lrev.ed to the " SATURDAY PRESS."
Advertisements must be tent tn by Friday noon.
No Insertion for the current Issne can lie ruaran
lee.I when sent In later. Advertisers will mark
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they marge, any not 10 marked will be charged J
Double column advertisement!, cuts and targe
tyties will not be admitted Into our columns;
neither will advertisements be admitted lnto"read
Ing columns at any plce These rules will be
rigidly adhered to.
Notice ninny events of Interest transpiring on
the other Hands Miralways be thankfully received
f..r piihllcttion. Correspondents are requested to
upend tbrlrtnie names to all communications,
n.t fur putilirAtloii necessarily, but as a guarantee
tj.it the writer Is acting In good faith.
N "Mil tin. tilp I
huh int. resting locnl matter from last week
i .ru.t l on the fourth jmRe.
Tin. Miprrine court repoilaml ime Interest
irE "' sponilence wan ctowdil out of the
I t I Ml.
Tli. fn ' stile In the new Honolulu stock
In if I ii mule by Mr. A, (J. I'.llht to Mr.
O 'smith to shire, of Ii. O. Hall
Son Oiiiiilt.il, at $120.
Ihr ssif-nf Mr. J. II. Ar;netv of thmeit)
i ickiHi il to have )um.il ocrbo-inl from the
I ikdikc ihirinf; her last outward voyage.
I'irtii uliis ni-xt week.
Mr an.l Mia. V. U. Smith lost their little
bill), w ven months olil, ilurinR this week. A
l.irce number of liiemls nf the bctcavcil
p.ircnl- nttL'iuleil the funeral.
'Die ,i(;n which Mr. (leorpe Stratcmcyer re
cently pninteil on the harlxir siilc of the
Oceanic Stratmhlp Co.'s whaif sluil "looms
up plcmliilly " fiom the hailior.
The Australia's liow scraped the Pacific
Mad Steamship Co. 'a wharf when hc came
to duck last Monday inrinii;. No one was
hint and the damage was slight.
There arc some limbs projecting from trees
on lioth Miles of Al.ikca street, between Hotel
and King tlicds, which nomctimes inconeni
ence the driver"; of hipji wagons. A little
attenlion to this picturesque tinplcaiantncss
will be strictly in onlcr.
Many residents arc already regretting the
iieparlurcol .Mr. niul .Mrs. i.IwoimI I., lhornc,
who left last Monday In the Australia. Mr.
Thnrnc, who is one of the highest I'rccmaviiis
u the unileil Males, will prolKilily remain in
San i'ranclsco during the conclave of Knight
Mr. Archibald I'orbes, Ihc world famous
syar corrcsmndent of the London Daily News
not of the Times, Mr. Advertiser man and
Sir Henry I'arkcs, the scarcely less famous
politician of New South Wales, were pin
acngcrs on lio-ml the Australia, bound home
to " merrie Unglahd."
The schooner Julia, the property of Mr. A.
Frank Cooke, sailed for southern seas last
Tuesday, having on board some latiorers
n turning tn the Marshill and Gilbert groups.
I. aptain Ttipp commands the vcmcI, and Mr.
1". I.. C'lukc goes to write up the Hip and
collect for Ihc museum.
One doughty dobstcr in Ilonolulan "journ
alism" as he imariably calls it, was afraid the
premier would put him off the Pcle etc she
.Matted last Tuesday. Hut the premier came
not, and the ready wrilcr, who is a splendid
sailor, came on deck and helped show the cap
tain " how to handle the craft."
On Niitinnu siren, "
A tslby girt is hur.hin;;,
And frum u hollle, sueet,
Sweet ilrntiKlits of mill. Is nutinin:
Tins link Ude is a WiHlrr itirl,.
f'runi her j.itik tulle toes lo her forehead cull,
Shu the "etitost" toddtektiis one ever knew.
(In this world where babies are so set) few )
And lliis is Ihe unswrr if md tnow why
1 hat liubv luis never licen known to cr'.
No music in Kinnia Square tlift aftermmn.
The band will have a farewell benefit in
Musical ll.ill next Monday night. Mr.
Charles Michicls will assist with a cornet solo.
The citizens nf Honolulu have, undertaken
to put this benefit through, and If our dear
good Iteiger and the litivs don't have a "bum
per," we ought to be very well ashamed of
Slid Oil's bulletin boatd, 5 days and tS
hours; said Unhutson's, 5 days and 19 hours;
said the bulletin or bulletins, 5 days and
20 'i hums; said Ihe Advertiser and the
.('arelle, 5 days, nnd 21 bouts; said Cnptain
Umijtd, agreeing with the neat, natty and
oriect llulletin man, 5 days, 20 hours and 30
minutes. I lie unilnimlty ot Honolulu news
papers is less conspicuous than their accuracy.
Some inenditrs of the MJ rtlc IlAat Club,
have just finished a- catamaran which will
make a I1i.1l trip late this afternoon finui some
lHUiit near the marine railway. The mid but
undoubtedly speedy craft is now Ijingin the
).iiu 111 .tun. v. jiimiens, uu ising sueei, 111-.11
i'unchliowl, and is well worth. a visit by those
interested. Its iluucnvkins and ng arc as
follows : It is made of two narrow hulls tS
feet long, securely fastened together so a to
be j feet from outside to outside; these hulls
are pine, covered with Canvas. It will have
one mast, set in a pl.ink exactly in the centre
of the length and width of the crafty and will
cairy mainsail nnd jib, the latter bung 9 feet
in the gaff, 15 feet in the luff, and IS feet in
the teach. Some fast time is expected. Tin
OUmaran will carry nine, comfortably.
The ofiicvis of the Klnjiii, ns hospitable ami
gentlemanly a set of officers as ever viilt"d
Honolulu, have bet n misunderstood bya few
of our citlctij,"ii))t funiliaf with the circum
stances unrounding the entertainment given
on board their vessel some three weeks ago.
After being soinc'timci in pott, having ibeen
vislleil ny various rcsiilcms 01 inc town, in
cluding the king and members of the cabinet,
they detcunliu'il to glie an entertainment In
honor of those who had called uxm them or
bad entertained them at their homes, T'hey
gave to the Japanese Couinicici.il Agent a list
of the names of such visitors as they knew and
leipieslcd him to Invite those persons. This
lie did. T he affair was strictly in accordance
with (lie ctlinielle prevailing in such matters.
If any one cares tn know how lieautifully
ntdcrcd nnd admirably kept a ship the Hlnjio
is, let him as Mrs. l'.itungton; would say
"take time by the fetlock'1 and visit her at
The recently instituted Hawaiian Humane
Society met last .Monday evening in V. M, C.
A. Hall, for the purpose of pcifecting its
organization. Its president, Mr. J, S. Walker,
pioidtil. The by-laws of the society wete
considerably amended ami finally adopted.
They will prolobly be prtntcd in pamphlet
hum soon, and ought to be published in lull In
all the ncwsp.ipcr, in older that the puplic
may undcistaiwi Just how the earnest men and
women who cunic,lhy .society iiioimsc. to go
to woiki 'It was decided that the annual
membership fee will Ik? $2.vx At the sug
gestion ot Kcv. Alfred Wallace, Jt, (w
decided to try and peisuade Ihe vauous
chuicliCJ In set npart at least one )eitly offer
ing, specially announced, lo help sustain the
society work, Mr. Max Kohni, originator of
the society In this town, is ansioii. that a
ciuudc lie legun against diseosol dogs
scores of which ntc at present disgracing the
town by parading their liuthesoinc su(Tcins
amdertnc tiose-sof cvei)ll),
The tieorgc V. He Iong I'osl of the 0, A.
Ts. has Uteiusl thituigh , the 'publishers,
.Mesr, Ittiot "i; Tinker, of New York, an en
gi.ning repiesenllng a lake('s dozen of lead
ing Ameitcan newspaper uien-piopiieUus
and responsible cslitorv l"ach likeness has
for its background a fac simile page- of couisc
leiluccd in stie -of the pjiier imiictl or cuu
inilletl bv- the oilelual. The late Thuilow
Wevd, of the Allwrny Evening Journal, lias My?
mist ti nouor. viouiui 111111 uic riuujis-si
hilcUw Ueid of the New Voik Tribune,
Jailietf Ooidou Iknnett of the New Yolk
llerald. 'Cliailes A. Oana of the New Yoik
.Siii". Pvvakl Otlnulorfcr pf the Js'cw Yuik
Staals-Zcitung, Is. Al. I'ulsifct and I:. Ik
Haskell of the Hostqn HeraM. George V,
Chilil, uf the ITiilailelphia Loljier, ijcuiy
Wattcrsou uf the Louisville Cornier -Journal.
Muiat ll.ibteid of the Cinciinuti CumnKicial.
josepil Mesllll of the Cliicago Tribune, ictot i
I', lasyHiiif,!1!! Chicago. D4ly 'e, Jucph'J
le, iiavviey ui inc iiaiuum s.uuiaui. te
cngra'vinB'waicuiious and singuliily effective
bit of mechanical ail, and would ornanicnl any
juivale pftic,i an) where, v '.
Mmi- " Uhor I ,r li..ts l,,i,n
1 r) nt lti.,sSs ' svhs
Hiv ". I. Bishop will rarmh at ihc Ikiht
to-ntorrtm morning. SnMm -"The Urttir
Mrw rennvatl ,
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..nwiCTiy iwnifis irre lnmtBnt iiwt in worn '
noss ltng Hone 1m Uetm Hi the rit tig
gut Ion of this raiper.
Since I IK- first, since Ikt uticM l.'otis l.xtam
tion, prists of hotlm fo' til sale 'VMh nl the
criclirateil mrclin ilcalera of l.in.lnn, the
.Messrs. K. I'. IMnlell A ( n., of ,e II.m.1
ri, naie iieen occup.eii in two examples i ,
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sniesrrjoms ol .Messrs. (,. Macrnil.ne .
I rt In IKfi1, ii, K ivln iri..l..r.l r.... '
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ihe celebrate, mumifactiirers mcntlonc,! a mir
of sase, .to lie. remoduced from nM Settes
models. These lases seeurnl the first prlie al
the big csiiositlon, ntwl until securcil bj Mr.
G. . .lacf.iil.ine, when In l-ondon, had
never len offered for sale. These aes were
advertised to ariiie bv the Alitrecldict but
did not arrive till the hhndon came. Accoin-
innying them is a table centre piece of trans
lucent ircelain, maitellousl) simulntcd I'aiian
and turquoise and gold enamel. Ifice lS?2,
this centre piece has taken ihe first pure at
every Ktiropean exhibition of any iiiiKiit.incc.
'I hese fine works of mnufactuiinp;ari will lie
on cxliibitlnn, with a long line of minor
elegancies, at the salesrooms in Holier IllocV,
for a abort lime only. Then, unless some
Cahfnrnlan who is doilbly fortunate in hasmi
giMl taste and a long bank account, shall ,
stroire tnem, nicy winaii tnrceiie sentio I many
& Co., New Votk, to delight and tantalize
nnd cnptiiate thp Newt Yorkers. -
svvur.MK loiriiTiri.r rr.itM, fvvx
Monday, 2Jrd i The case of J. I. Hack
fcld ami another, is. Ing Chong ct nl, nrguctl
i lianc. This was an action against Ilack
fcld as assignee in bankruptcy. Case heard
nnd submitted. H. I-. Itickctlon for plaintiff,
V. K. Castle for defendants. Same dayi T.
II. Ilnliron 'vs. I,.' Aholo; fmlice jiTsTiIee"1 of
Wailuku. This was an action brought to stay
thestriicc of an execution on ceitain proierly
In dispute. Application granted. Kxicptions
lake to the decision of the judges. V. O.
Smith and I.. A, Thurston for the plaintiff; S,
II. Mole for defendant.
Tuesday, 2.llu A number of divorce cases
were heard and disposed of.
Wedncvlay, 251I1, Mahuka liilii, vs. I likn
nlanl ct al. 'I his was a jury waived case cnn
tinucd from last term1. KJl!c,,rknt fr01" I.insl
1n Nuuanu. Case heard and judpment rc
scric'i. W. K. Castle for plaintiff; It I" Hick,
iiton and Cecil Itrown for defendants. 'Same
days lip 11 Thomas s. the Trustees of the
Home l.unatilo. A motion tn enter judgment
as of record. Motion MIMalneil. S. II. Dole
for trustees, excepted; 1'. ,M. Hatch, counsel
Thursday, 26th .Manuel .Sijvcira I'jcrcira
s. Ah Sing ami W'nng. ''iTjMntcfA, IfcW'a
foieign jury. T his was an action for breach
of coicnanl on lease. The jury returned a
verdict for defendants without leaving their
seats. V. It. Castle for plaintiff; John Uus-
scl lor oclcnilants.
Same day: Kini vs. Napua, ejectment.
;ry waivisl, Jiiilgnirnt fon iltfcnrtants. i:.
eston for plaintiff; . ICCaslleMTirMcfend-
Kriday, 27tlu. 11, Jckyays.jjlr. and Mrs.
Ilorden. Appeal from" circuit 'court, ihlid
judicial district. 1ms was a case to test
whether or not a husliand is responsible for a
lawyer's fee Incurred by the wife ; in,proccu.J
ling her husband. V.. Kckoa in person;
hmilh and 1 hurston for defendants, Case
heard and submitted, nnd judgment reserved.
tiii: itrniut schools.
On the 26th ultimo was'held Ihe examina
tion of Miss Agnes Ajletl's school of native
children, iaslructed in the primary grades of
Knglish. Miss Ajlctt's pupils nre about one
hundred and fifty. Reading, spelling, arith
metic and willing wcrdhestudics examined.
"Good progress was evidenced in the work of
many pupils, judging by their apparent ages,"
On the 27th ultimo, Miss Corncy, Miss
I.uce and .Miss Rhodes, who teach tho native
girls who comiose the 'Tohukalna School,
gave an examination in their school rooms" oil"
the lot lietwecn Likelikc and I'unchowl
streets, near King.
Miss Corncy, who teaches the higher grades,
had forty pupils on the roll, most of whom
were present. Miss Corncy awarded, prizes to
the following! Louisa Kanae, Marie Silva,
Henrietta I'ehu, Itaeluel Kahili, Louisa Knili
alii, Sarah Kalua, Abigail Wana, Malika, Ka
lahukiai, Bella liolster. Miss Luce conducted
examinations in reading and blacklKiard-w ril
ing. Recitations were given by many of the
little ones and calisthcnic exercises were a
feature of the day. The little ones under Miss
Rhodes were most tastefully decked in holiday
garb. Knots and Ihiws and streamers of Mil
lion adorned their dresses, and nothing in the
way of mothers, care had liccn spared to make
Ihcniiattracliie. t f 1 , TJIrr
The piivale school kept by Miss Ilcrry on
Al.ikca street was very well attended by
visitors. Commissioner and Mrs. Wodchnusc,
Commissioner nnd Madame I'ecr, Mrs.
Mist, Mrs. 1'red Macfailanc, Rev. and Mrs.
Macintosh, Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson, Mrs.
Henry Macfailanc, Captain and Mrs. Luce,
Mrs. II. A. Widcniann, Mrs. Henry Maclar
lane, Mis. C. O. -Uerger, , thejMivscs1-ieer,
the Misses Widcniann and others. Kighteen
children compose the school. Prizes were
given as follows: Miss Kerry's prire for good
conduct, a silver medal, .Miss Leila Vode
house; Miss Widcinann's prize for general
good conduct, Allie Widemann; Miss Widc
inann's tube for arithmetic, lleiinann Wide.
inanii: Jus. Wodchouse's prize for geography,
Hermann Wideniann; Miss llerry's prizes; for
needle work, Maogc Wallace; for knitting, Lena
limns; Mr, Sibling's prize for reading, Kenneth
Wodcliousej Mrs, 'Wodchousc's.prize for read
ing, Madge Wallace; Mrs, Palmer's prize for
general improvement, Phillip Wallace.
A UOIl.tl..! KXTKIlTAiXMKXT.
The society connected, wjth the, ,Upisco)al
Chinch In kohala gave a social at kaTopihi
Hall on Wednesday evening, which 'was a
Inost enjoyable nffair. The entertainment con
sisted of dancing, a scries of Jablcaiu frouil
" Hiawatha," ami n generous nuppcr," i
lie 1U11S.U1 iisic woiuiy ti cxieiioesi iiieu
lion for more reasons than one. The staue was
lieautifully decorated with boughs, ferns and
Vines, a vcntalilcwlgwam, a inly ol fagots
iirangeil for 'liuhmfg.'fuVtuRsj'anil 'tfce-s of
good height combined to make a very delight
lul pictuie. The arrangement of the luughs
In the background was. peculiarly happy,
giving tint suggestion of Ihu dusk and shadow
tif a "dim old foicst " whicli never obtrudes
itself on the senses, yet seems to lie the all-
, Some one had kindly loaned a music-lmx of
Inore tlian ordinary inWfi whose faint tinWIine-
strains weic indeed the iralization of the senti
ment which floats llupugli , the poem. The
Impression left b'n the sc'iisc-s v(a one of picas-!
AMI .1, .':1111s. sli.ltls' Pifios. liiolitii vitora'
: ..... "-v .e.---"--. . u ..,.-,
wind sighing through Hie tiees all cmliodicri
I" 'l"fJl,H3lJ1rVf Ihetext. ,m j M .
The characters, Minnehaha, Nokomis and
lliawutiu, were nssumeii ny some ot our
brightest lights, -and as to pose and costume
weie'aimost without uuit.wMrs. ' uk -and
Mrs. King wcie all that could lie icsired ; our
stalwart Mr, llrodie, whose noble projioriions
till all with ruliuiutinn, was a veiv luppv
lliawatlia, and,., in the winds of , one piquant
little lady, " He does know how to strike an
attitude I Mrs. L S. Thomtisoii rca.1 selec
tions from the reiu during the pioereKS of the
Mi) in: fun 11 Kou.tl.J,
The regular Kohala corrtsiwndent of the
l'ress amgipbi Ibis wt-ek'avfollowt ' ' .' '
The weatbn is just Miilid lucane-pbiitlng.
When is the gocnnicntal liil ever going
lo burst ?
Which is the more correct, "a shower of
rain," or a ram of sliuwcis?
Tile annual exhibition of the AiiuLea
Knglish. svltuols vuk pjlace iieday in the lutitc
The Chinese chuicli approaclio, cotuiilv'tlon,
imd is cxpcctnl to Iw tleslicated next Sunday.
Mr, I'rauk Damon manifests his rial bv dun
ning the suit of a rtorktnut aiut (cnulng'jt
hand. Kcv, S. ,Ci I)ain'on is cxtH-clcd hem
"Mr. Wlialleys sociable " was held tn
Dramatic Hall on the eveniruj hi.IVciliicuir'.
July 25th. A little after midnight there wastyllliWiaJci leading up to the soctal lull
mijui vmiujuuke, iieavy arai lH.e vuougll,
however, (u suggest the possibllil)"of some
What is a (,'shocV. W caitlufuake?" hit
pit something like a stroke 01 a blow fiom a
ll.numer,,oi a jsiklwja.Juk,lial,ia may
leUupHjsiJ lo cxpeiisncv, pfler be hat in
scitcd his back' Unvrecn the tcecth of a tyilnj
i tot ii sit iii i rrin i,i.
Orrttnlr lrtimlilit I o,M.llifa
i 1 ne .Mailman was retmttnl nil l.orrw llnitl
ahnnt a mtatirr afrtr trt'A.i vm .tnt Inrli.
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inc tiny sns?
sras n foetal liv her inms. As
til nets spread ftt-er the town, lliete wsil
smitten cessation 01 any deep ami nuliling In
ttrrsf ill an) tiling e!cv -lb nh were
(flint; ofT on the 1'ele, those who meant to
siew the approach from the mull vsliiiif. from
the eMilanxle, from the Inmling ilock, or from
am other cotone of tnnlnGe -nil these Inntletl
1 '.MMS-l VWTEIIV 111 lllllll
,, ,rewn,,t,rJ , an, ,. hi mifiht hot
R weiiwi KjnetnfEi) umt t
K" "'UMS-'S KfltKllllCI 1 tlflll IIIITi lllllllllv
tfn astliAal Id.titfStirKVi la Ittdl Alalia lafmt
Hy rnlf-ptst leiithel'ele had steam up ami
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iniv gii.-iis on iKMrit, insttetl lii limemur
,omllll, , ..,, him on his vovnce of
welcome. Of the guests united, Messrs. .
(i. Irwin, (. V. Macfarlane, Inhn II. I'ai
A. S. Cieghorn, Henry Watethouse, II. I',
It.tldwin, ( ceil Ilrnwn, W. II, ( ornwetl, and
Samuel Parker rcSfonded to the initatfoii,
Mr. V. M. Cifford was on Iioard, to represent
Messrs. V. (J. Irwin Co., the Mariposa's
agentsi Mr. Ilenty Herder and (he Hawaiian
Hand were prestnt to piie sweet strains) and
representatives oRhe four KnglMi p.lpcrs were
on board, through thecourtes) of thegosernor.
The l'ele was clad in all the fine ralmenl she
conveniently could wear. She "learned away
from the wlnrf as the Maiinosa Iicitjii to tutn
her tinjw northward, preparatory to rntcring
the Inrlxir, the outward-luund Julia, quite as
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, r)fj mlie n n,bancc.
h, a rpiar
It nude a urcttv picture! the anchored stun.
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ping, 111c uirongcii hocks, inc houses, tlic
Irccs, the rampart of hills nnd its clouded tur
he l.ngtlsh ship hhandon was conspic
uous among the merchantmen, her twenty our
signals flutttrirg a prismatic welcome t. r
Mcnm-wingcd sister of a sister nation. Sea
ward, the vast sweep of water Hashed back the
sunlight rrnin Ihc parti-colored shallows On
either side the channel, from the long white
scam nf combing breakers, from Ihc deep Iran
tpill indigo blue of the horizon sea. And less
than a mile away was the buttttlly I mat, In
coming at last, alter all these weeks of wailing,
unexpectant jet not less impatient nf delay.
The distant view was disapjiointing. We
had been cxecting a larger vessel, " Not
nearly so long as the hue 1 ' " Not nearly so
big as the Hankow!" were amonn the ex
clamations of the excited spectators from the
snore, as toe l'ele nenrnl her, the lieauliful,
clean-cut symmetrical build of the butterfly
Ixmt wcru nyjrc plainly Qutlinetl. Socompact,
so graceful, so perfectly imiacil, so'admirablv
proiottioned she seemed, ns she came quatlcr
iui,,iuaL.ii!c(ipiaiii 01 Loci.'eie.aiia lucanic
inkster who assisted him to sail, stood in the
same open-mouthed admiration that moved
cs cry one on IkJhiI except the llulletin mm,
who was ill. The band was piping its blithest
ns she and the l'ele passed each other. Sir
Chus was the only face and form distinguish
able as he stood a'midship, on the larlioard side,
conspicuous by 6 tall white hat he wore and
by his familiar features. The cheers from the
l'ele were rcturntd by cheers from those on
the MariHisa. M'or one brief moment the
moving masscst-'grcat and small were face
to face; and thirt the spulti ring l'ele and the
inajeste Mariiiosa" showed each the other their
mutual heels. The l'ele checked her plunging
headway just outside the liuoy, anil steaming
shoreward with 'the salt sprjjjblnwing refresh
ingly in the faces of her cxtited passengers,
raced back again ilown lhe channel, reaching
a place opiKisite the O. S. S'Co.'s wharf be
fore the butterfly; boat hadi docked. Two
American and two Hawaiian Hags floated from
the dock shed. , I'roni llrqwcr & l'o.'s wharf
to the west endiiif roster &. Co. s pier, there
was one long lirte-of forms,and faces. Haifa
score of boats were alongsideor putting along-
sine tnc clocking! steamer? I he passengers
from the l'ele tumbled into, two Imats and
made for the limp ladder thii hung from the
rail eight feet aliovc the. water. Consul
Mckinley and Mr. P. C. JoifesJr., were climb
ing this lilting ladder with nimble grace as the
l'ele s lioat approached. Alt. V. (,. Irwin
was one of the first men from the Pcle to Iioard
the beautiful lioat of which he is the agent;
oneortwool his lellow excursionists and scv
eral directly from shore were' before him. Mr.
0. W. Macfailanc interested himself in making
the newspaper lellow s acquainted with Colonel
.jusi-hc'is uiui tuners 01 ms pari.
IlESCRIITION nr TIIK VUSI.I.
The following description is condensed front
a very full and detailed account published by
the Nautical Cazeltc of New York and from
an account prepared by the San Francisco
llulletin, and so well covers the ground that a
much mote extended account would be tedious:
"The Mariposa is thr first steamer built for
the Oceanic Steamship Company of this city.
She is one of a line established by J. D. Sprcck
elsX Co., between San I'ranciscoand Honolulu.
She was built at the celebrated
:1 is consideip!
vard on the Delcware river, and
one of Ihe finest pieces of naval architecture
ever produced tn tins country. She is 320 leet
long between erpendiculars, 41 feet beam and
26 feet depth of hold; bight of awning deck S
feet, nnd measures about 3,000 gross tons. Her
mutivc power consists of a thrce-c) Under in
vented compound engine, with one 43-inch and
tvio Gl'iiicli cvllndcrt and 51-incn stroke of
piston, w ilk tlittcjnilvpcndcnt cul-pff-, themax
iinum speed of the engines being 70 strokes
per minute, Willi 90 ixiunds of steam on a con
sumption of 50 Ions of coal a day, her guaran
teed Sliced lieinp la if knots an nour. Ihe
main shafting is 15J inches in iliametcr withl
23 leet pitch, bnc lias two double-ended lion
ers 133 feet in diameter and to feel long, and
two single-ended ones. t3J feet in diameter
and 1 1 feet long, each Jow pressure, C) Under
uorkingnn air, feed and bilge pump, and there
It an independent circulating pump. She is
lilted with one of (Ciautp' patent reversing
gear engines to handle the main engines'. One
of the novelties in the engine department is 1 lie
ash elevator, suggested by J. I). Spreckcls,
which is run by means oft an endless chain
amr bdekcts, so that'theMiork of hoisting ashes
is reduced to a science, and all dust, dirt and
annoyance is done away with. The handling
of the ship is greatly facilitated by the con
struction of a compartment forward, which can
be convened into a liallast tank for trimming
ship, and a similar use can lie made nl the
space aft of the shaft alley stuffing ln. The
sides of the vessel have been carried up to the
awning deck, increasing her strength and
making her safer. Square windows, closed by
lion shutters, are used instead 01 the round
side ports. Tho foiniet a'ni more cortvenieiii
and much safer than those or the conventional
form. The arrangement of the catgo xnts,
Imth in the sides and in Ihc decks, guarantee
that her cargoes can be handled with celerity.
and at the minimum cost. The introduction of
cargo vlcvajers, bfiijifiyuillic lo,w;r hold to
the main dcCk,v is commendable and econom
ical. Much cate and attention has been mid
to compliance with the United Stales laws in
regard In safety of life on Iioard, the fire dc
tiartmcnl being beyond, Suindaid.i ibhe lias six
lifelwats, two liferafts, and an excess of life
preservers, and in all things in lltU rcstx-ci ii
above the average requirements of equipment.
The forward part of the awning deck Is clear
for the handling of anchors and head sails and
has a Providence steam capstan. The forward
house, the most prominent one on deck, is the
lor otiiceis, tnc diiector s room, and the social
hall, which is 30 fret long and 16 feet wide,
richly uphoktcrct) and containing a library ami
Steinw ay piano. The library is well selected
for its sietjaud thcipiaiiOyOncnf tl.c must per
fect instruments sfcvtr tumcil'out of i factory.
The purser's 100111 comes next, and aluft this
is the smoking and card room. Aluft this
house Is a Ijie-e nuarlet deck, upon descend
ing tn the main deck, it Is seen that the usual
airangeiuenli are rcvciscil. The quaitcis of
the crew are in the stern, affuiding better
accommcHUlions, while the staterooms and
dining-liall are further foiward than in the
ordinaiy steamship. 1 hose stateriniis towaids
the stein arc all outside rooms, and arc of Ihe
same sire. They aie finished in while .zinc,
with mahogany berth fronts, decorated will!
oak, fitted with woven w ire spring beds, hair
maliK-a.s-s, licit criuiyui , aiid, gi.kb curtains,
inaiblc-lopwadisiandi, mil tors, lounges covered
with crimson plush. The floois are carpeted
with' hat Is knon as "lasting' caipct.
,iiikKhi aie the wine loom, galley, pantry,
store loom, luiUr shop, etc The dining
saliwn Is forward. It Is 37 feet long, 40 feet
wide and 7.6 feet high, containing twelve
squaic windows. There aie six tables 111 the
saloon, with a seating capacity for 104 persons,
lhlpAils-flHiug lille-l tvvith H'vplving.chaiis.
.The lighting airaiigcuients ate beaaliful In
i(esign. There aie fifteen bronze chandeliers
in the saloon, each having two clectnc lamps.
Iruul Itiice pn each vvi post pi, the caned
liigany is the prevailing wool,' tclicv'ed by
Ijuiigaiian ash. Forwaid of (he grand saloon
ii the forward italifioom hall, which Coiiiains to go so far out of her couise, as ihe Litfcr.vt-i-six
laige family and bridal rooms, each S, 10,; sel was. The AlameiUwas advertised lolcaic
h-ei'hJ47,6InMiight',Vatli'f;ltediith'lMllnian1 I'hiladclphU on the same slay that the Mail-
ik.-iins aim ujHioisieieii in trie ntiirsi laiuics,
iriiiisoii ami roM Uciiiu the ircyailiii; colors, ami is j:k.-cIc.1 in tne Utter iiort about cp.
These rooms mj a few msi. rooms hic(itcnil-r Ijtrr. isssrrtss no
arc I ers. ml ,ur), 1 ni leU tb ,1 n.r. n,
.1 iiiiii Htatrons otthe shq. I otwanf 1 f,
-1 urru.- iii the ladies tiud'itr UrU i.r.ui
an.l closets, tilled up in hummus taste. Ihe
ship has two djnnnirw, one of 150, the other of
no-enmue power, wntcn titrntsn in powiriror
2)0 electric liRlits." . "
Titr. nrrtrr.ft! .vtsni ritfiri vwic. j
The officers of the Maiipom arc as folloiW!
II. Z. Howard, captain; Th.imas (iolding,
first officer; Thomas Iiowdell, sccniul
officer; (jeorRe XV. Jacque-s, third offtecrt
Hati) Wilson, chief engineer; S. N.
Haines, lint assistant engineer; A. W,
Moffett, sewonil assistant engineer; Charles
Stoeklumse, third assistant engineer; (ieorge
Mclinr, purse-rj Rolando Kuehn, phj-slcian;
I', t. limning, steward. Captain Howard
has made so many Voyage lo far Calhaj,
" Imbbtng around ' among the sinuous chan
nels of Ihe China sea and Its contiguous const,
that he lloots by right the hciroglvphic flag of
the Chinese merchant service, Thcte arc
more than a few in llorolubi who have sailed
with Captain Howard licfore, and there ate
few more (mpular captains in any service.
I it ist officer (iolding is, like Captain Howard,
an ex-volunteer naval oflicer: Imlli h-ivlnr'
scivcri as ensigns dining the war, Mr. Gold
Ing commanded n detachment of soldiers and
marines in the thrilling last attack upon I'ott
I isher. In tX), Mr. Holding, then on Iioard
Ihe Ossqiee, spent three months in Hawaiian
waters. Shortly thereafter, he entered the
fciv ice ol Ihc Pacific Mail Stctimship Coniany,
selling In all its branches except the direct
lentral American line, vizi the China, the
Australian, the Panama and Ihc lliitish
(. olumblan lines, filling most of the time the
liositlonof chief officer. Mr. Dowdell. seennd
officer, has haifaome yeais experience! iiiThe
service 01 inc racmc Coast Steamship Com
pany. Mr. Moffett has Iieen for some times
an officer of stciinships in the Atlantic carrying
iratie. .sir. .tici.anc lias Decn lor years one ol
the best known pursers In the employ of the
Pacific Mail. lie is a nephew of Mr. I.ouis
McL-ine, once so prominently connected with
Pacific Mail, ami recently retired president of
Ihc Nevada Itank of San Krancbco. Mr.
Wilson Is a ytntng chief irnginccr, but has had
an experience which the Messrs. Cramp con
sidered sufficient to justify ihem in giving him
full charge of putting in the MariiKisa's
engines. Mr. Wilson takes a pardonable
bride In the splendid bit of mechanism under
Ids control. Through his courtesy, Ihc writer
was made acquainted with some of the features
whicli make the Mariiosa's engines so
thoroughly, representative 'if the Ijcsl, results o
modern 'mech.-inieal engineering. Among' a
deal else vastly entertaining, the wtiter was
shown the arrangement by which "racing"
is ptevented when the screw is thrown out of
water by high running seas. "Racing" is
the accelerated motion of the shaft caused by
Ihc lack of resistance when the wheel leaves
the water as Ihc vessel pitches forward. This
racing is prevented by the prompt action of
what is known as the " Wcstlnghouse Cov
crnor," This governor, answering to the fiist
accelerated movement of the shaft, acts on
the reversing engine, cutting off stcatrufrom all
three engines nt once. The Mariposa" has an
independent engine for turning the main
engines, 10 facilitate the making of adjustments
in port, thereby doing in a few minutes what
formerly occupied the time and muscle of half
n steamer's crew for several hours. Two
Worthington pumps circulate cold sea water
through all the bottom lioscs of the main
journals, preventing undue heat. What
pleases the chief engineer more than anvthing
else, is the little shop for small repairs, in
cluding a lathe flnd'drill press. The three
Assistant engineers arc all machinists. So are
the six oilers. Resides these, there arc ill the
engine rooms, three water tenders, one store
keeper, one electrician, nine firemen, twelve
coal passers and one firemen's mess Imy. iJr.
Kuhcn is a young student recently graduated
from a Philadelphia medical college.
llhR C.VI1IN PASSENOhRS.
Claus, Spfeckch, wife (and Jhrce servants,
Miss l.'mma Spreckcls, Rir'dolph Spreckcls,
Mrs. Cahnsworth, Win. l-Towcrdew, Senator
'). !", Miller, wifcand maid, Miss Oora Miller,
.Mrs. Daniel I.jonsand three children, K. II.
dleck, J. Smith and wife, II. N. Pickthall,
!Mrs. J. M. Cooke, Miss May Athenon, A.
.Andrews, Godfrey Itrown, C. E. Hinckley,
pirs. isoin anil lour cniidrcn, IJr. 11. u.
'McGrew, M. L. Hunter, Robcit Tallant, J.
,1). Sjireckels, i:. I,. G. Steele and wife, 1. I.
Ijnsmg, wife and child, Miss Flora Lynch,
J. W. Craig, K. A. Lngleberg, W. It. Wood,
wile, child and nurse. W. II. Vernon. S. T.
Alexander, wife and child, II. N. Castle, Mrs.
A. Homes and child, K. II, Allen, C. A.
llahlwin, .Miss krugcr, G. I-rank, Chas.
Jacket nnd 1'nllivr I-nnor. mail- un llie list of
cabin passengers. The Spreckcls party, con
sists of Colonel Clans Spreckcls, Mrs. Sprcck
els, Miss Emma Spreckcls. Mr. Rudolph
Spreckcls, land Mr. J. 1). Spreckcls", all so
well-known here that further introduction
Would be verbiage, are stopping at the resi
lience of the colonel on the plains. Mr, 12.
1. ii. Steele, president ol the enmpanv. who
Comes here with his wife, is slaying at the
Hawaiian .Hotel, and jvill remain ov,er one trip,
of the slcaihcr, vising some or all of the other
islands, Mr, Steele is a member of the firm
of C. Adolphe Lowei Co., of San Kranciscn.
licsiilcs I icing ol the shrewdest of San 1 ran-
cisco merchants, Mr. Steele is a deservedly
iopuIar chili man, is a gourmet with none of
the vices of a gourmand, and is a uciilleinan
against whom nothing is on record. Mrs. Steele
is one ol the licst-known and besl-likcd society
hdies of Oakland. Senator John I'. Miller,
who succeeded Newton Ikiolh, as the Repub
lican member of California's ouota in the
United States Senate, has long been one of
lliemost prominent public men in the .State.
lie is president of the Alaska Commercial
Company, is a good speaker and a lictter
TIIK TRIPS AMI Till-. MACIIINKHV.
l-'irst offictr( Golding aml.CJiicf Engineer
Wilson have kindly v crilied 'the following ac
counts of the trial trip and the vovagefrom
I'hlladclphia lo San brancisco; "Iluringthe
(rial trip down the Delaware River the Mari
Kisa developed a speed of 113 knots on 65
revolutions. The run of 103 miles to the
lucakwater wasin 7 hours and 17 minutes. The
jicxt day, when outside, full (lower was let on,
and the ship made 15 knots an hour to the
lightship, and on the trip kick, a speed of $i
knots was attained on 75 revolutions per min
ute, and kS iounds of steam. The Mariposa
left Philadcliijiia on May 19th with calm,
Cloudy weather. For the first 6 days had light
jiallhng winds and cioss-swell on the 26th and
J71I1; passcda vessel liotlom tip with 150 feet of
keel, evidently recently capsized and with her
ton sprit broken by a collision. Could not
get the name but remained for over an hour
looking for survivors. On Ihe 28lh passed a
whaling bark, the Andrew Harris of New
Ueilford, standing north. Had light weather
to 2d May, when sighted the l'ernambuco
lighthouse and iassed a lliitish ship showing
the signal W. Y. Gi 11. On same day at
noon, passed Cape Fjin and arrived at Rio
ianciro, at 5153 -p. if, 'Time ' Ifj days, 22
ours, 26 minutes. On May Cih and 7th
loaded coffee. Left on 71I1, had fine weather
toQth, w hen it -a-as squally and rough so that
the ship's course was changed. Had weather,
with snow and squalls to 14th; went half
peed t.ll the gale moderated. Sighted land
lowest and took soundings, finding 22 fath
oms of water, Ihc ship drifting southeast at
the rate nf 2 miles an hour. On the 16th
passes! Cajie Virgin and Cape Possession,
about 4 j miles abeam. Took soundings and
found 20 fathoms with a tottom of gravel and
small stones. Anchored al ( In-gory Hay at
flood tide, On the 17th came to off I'unta
Arenas In 13J fathoms. On entering the
Pacific had light winds and swell with occa
sional fivs. On the 21A anchored at Ixita.
Chili, in 7 fathoms; took in coal to sjlli
Uing delated by had weather. Arrived at
Nalpaiaiso un the 271I1, took passengers and
stores, leaving the same day. To 111T1 of July
had calm, cloudy weather nnd nhk thunder
storm. Sighted Cape St. Lucas on the 12th,
exchanged signals with a strainer bound south.
On the 15th, at 7115 r. St., entered San Fran
cisco Heads',' 57 riays'and I'hours from' I'hila
delphia. The actual steaming lime toing 47
days and 12 liours, the quickest iiassageou
record. During tlitec-qiuiters of tho voyage
oni) two miners were used.
Mr. WiUin was eni'lnccr of Ihe ill-fated
'leeoina wreckcJ irilUe touijhcrn Califomian
suass cany wiiayi-ar. iiieinpoi uiai ve-ssei
was made firsuceii'lhu tun ports in 47 days.
12 hours ami 30 minutes. In 187.3, te tatc
nl calilorma, ol the California Steam Naviga
tion Cninoans'a flhe fiomlall. Perklnsl line.
-- . . v.. ' : " v- ' -7
made the distance lietwecn the same twits in
ID days and .30 hours.
The Alameda, Mr,
WiUuu salt, micht to make the Irin in at least
four ihisnufcker time than that made bv the
Urisa, as the ieastui is more favorable,
ahil sluvuSM cany, enough oul nsA be oblieetl
jaba siueii nviliils IUHl Hoan ion jsrancisco)
GI.OVI S and Mlris, all ..I Ihe latest slk and
panems, 5-M1 HI t mre Is ISnel at A Si.
, .s r"n siren. ta
Nlll n.r..-lhiflni mr temporary absnsee fremlHs
UriRdom. Mr. W. I. Inter ltl hart chane ct
loeira-messoi .Messrs iirnmnaruo., v ine and Spirit
Merchanlv I ItANk llltOWN
llmmtuht, All(ut , lUi ,,3 jrn
NOI le l: tlesirire tints- ls to notifjr the rwhfle
ami his emtotner, that he luu retTiuIr oiisnl
Ihe 1IC1III. SKII.I MAHkr.r. lie es nosr
reusred to miily famih'S m Ihe nutVet eseryafler
nnrti from 4 10 7 tfclncl ssbh fresh ent meat iji
M(l I It P. Ilie ilmtershme.1 l.arini len f.-i(nlfil
stsled .Viiauit 3, iWj, heretij- the mitlee, thatatlcLibirs
aealnst the I Mate of aaML, Vkana nnHt U presented
,w 1,1-- iini'-isinni wunm -is nwwuiis iirm nare, nrtne
Same ss lit le forever tetrreitt ami alt persons owing lo
sni, e-.Aie are rrieesieii 10 make immetttale ussnm
1" j. V. IIACKrKMl,
SJ-lt Assignees of C. AVana.
tj. , ,
In quantities to suit, f.it sale by
M im II IIACKfTXI) CO.
A G. ItLLIS,
No. 71 IJrtti SrPrT HnKnl.ue
MemWroflhe Konoliilnftlock and ItonilKscanRe
Is nrensre,! In lnis- and tell Slnrtts ami llnn.U In tk
0ien inaitel, at the usual rete of crrnimiifiun.
Ilasmnner In loan nn Stnrks. Sm-ill msrrln) re
quired on I ime Contrads.
vv ill a.ltlse as to investments when requested,
CARAII H. PIRRCH M. I),
.ii.fes' nmf Chlhlrrii'a f7,tfetn.
Office and resklenee No. .SelinoL STarirr.
(llelvieen Pure anj Kinm.-i)
Office Itnurs-to.ia tn 11 n a. u.. An.l 1 rt tn t
r. M. lelrptmne, No. Cl. 153-311
Porfblo Englno rend Bollor,
rourteen 1 torse Power
ror sale Ii) 11 .MOIIK Co., 71 ami 73 Kin street.
TUST RECEIVED PER DISCOVEUV,
II Y, AMI naSKELS,
The Beit for Tamllr and' Bakinrr Purposes.
For sale in quantities lo suit, hy
MJ-rm II. lIACKFr.I.O & Co.
e . t nt 1 . ,t ,I .,is
"pAREWELLI FAREWELL I
' -uu 'i ' ! 1 1 a
THE HAWAIIAN BAND
, " Ti j -if v. JTlMJAM
- 1 a x tr ?K9 A;ri(i
Mondny Evcntnu; '.. ''..:. Antrnat Oth
1 --,,,''. Yi,..s '.,s.!. sti"l
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M V S J V A i.- 11 A 1. r..
Aiv Uuntuall j- Attractire ' Programme
t, " 1 .i . .its 4.. .'t as--J-et lets.
I UNDEK ,.MK. llHROr-R'S l.i:AI)KKSHll'J 1
I ,. . - -v.'
WHICH WItL INCteplf ' 1
A' Cnrnot Solo-" ' '
I r.. .U.A iii
II V ' M R . C II A U I. F. S MIC ii'i'ii Cs ','
-VF VALUE TO THE PUBLIC. .
XV. Q. ASHLEY,
Oiiinaatom IIoiimo llroUtir,
HAS OPENT.D AN AOENCV
For Custom House Brokerage,
Real Estate Transactions,
And General Uatiness,
. AT, ROBERT SQNii Co,'siNr.WS,riIORI- tf
Nov 19 ANDll, MiaCHAHT EtKCIT HohOLt'LV
.; ,.iH . i el. . 1 ..1 ,rl'J .-1 itsta-TitsttoaT
Bo)As and Acrounis neatly Ver and atlju.lrd.
ltal Documents uf every description tlrastn up.
Anything in Ihe way 01 ItusUicts catcfutly . ami
promptly attended 10, . . 1 ,
' ' .sl
P, O. BoK4)4 .,.,.,....., . ... Telephone too.
5-4 . 11 ?... i-ls
r ' . ' ' . i 1 . 1 1 CT . d
IMFOKTER ANI JIANUFACITJIUIK QF
BOOTS and SHOES,
.Vo. 114 fmii Hlrerl; ul.iee lolel MlrrH,
WOULD INrORH TIIK rS'SUC THAT 1IK
KtMM tk Bstat Stools aa4
Doe tk Bent Work
To ha found anyw her. on lhe Islands, '
A lwROF. Mill VAUIKIl STOCK
Conttanlly arritine from San Fanrii, IncldJing ihe
viisjis.1)! pr.i.t s.isj.- tr )rtt
flriifeHteH1., lMilt tlMff CAffifrrri. I
, ; i5QqT(si9i.asui''tK9, ,., ,
OEfJTLtMF.NS UOOrS aid SlipKS lir.
asp 1 ,. ij.
Work In til DepartownU Uuirutnd.
. . . If S) p.. ,
'All orderi allende.1 ta arith tiTumuncss. an.1 wutk
.suulcsl tttth dilptsh. Orders from It. urthcr Uaandt
fciuciltaj JLall and vsanuie. l$f J
IJKW SIVLF.S ut Cuiulat, UatlojuSus sml
KLLIb', 10. Hotel urcsi. .' l
ALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT KALIIII.
I have reeatse.1 imtmttlMH from E. (1.
vv alter, t.v . to oner at rnMieastetasn,
On Sn t ti rtinj,-. September 1st
At l o'rlotk nonn, at my satestaism,
I 'r'l InlfUj, ,lHHt.
Ills Handsome Retlilenee on Ihe Uovemment road
AT KALIIII, OAHU.
1 he 1 f.ne is almost ne-. thofouthty built ftt a eo-t ef
j oter r,nu, ami Is
litrjjr, llnnmy rlmf 1'nm fnttnl.tr,
A SERVANTS 1I0USF. WITH TWO R60MS,
ts rroH Tilt raruitrs. also
A COACH IIOUSF, AND STAI1I.F. STALLS
roa TitafF korsrs.
The M hssanatea of ahout 1"W0 ACUIJS, and
can be wtrt sraieretl
aiso, iTitt ee solii isnin.iAirn Artita saie or
Olio Ilotiao find Lot,
T ke Ixit of lotnd adjoining ihe atwive premises, etm-
taming an .srett 01 aisjut is mi, Ae.isr.3.
"1 . . . ii'ii'l, f,t.
I F.. P. AIlAMrf, Auctioneer.
M PORTA NT SALE.
1 1 . I,. , ., M
Pursuant loan order of the Hon. A. Francis Judd,
Chief Justice of Ihe Supreme Louit of Ihe .
Hawaiian Ishndt. dated April jo,
1993, uuthntlnnjr, the
Srtlo of Ceirtnln Pnrtnnrslil! Aornnnta,
In which Mr. IMwatd Furslenau It inltreileil,
I AM INSTRtCTlll TO
SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
1 . , ) 1 . ..
8rtnrtly,HeptrmlK.p U 18H3,."
AT IS O'CfOCK M., AT ftAtrWK),
The fullnin2 rii(tanlini; claim nf llif firm of II.
lltUkfcU A L'u . together with
SKCUIUTIIeS THF.RKUaVIO IlKUlNOING.
A MKHTIOKRD HHKRArTPR, VII t
Claim nftain.it H, M. Whitney,
Kit AIWA, KAU, HAWAII.
Now mount ing to about -. . . $37,000
StcurpJ by t.lfe Iniuranre Policy for $1 0.00a
Claim aualnit R, M. Ovorend,
romierly J. K. MilN, In Honoltaa, Hamalcau.
How amount in z to about. .. , ..$47,000
bccurcJ by murtaxe on plantation at said
Claim againi tluLOokala Sugar Plan
t tv Ookala, Hauaii,
Novr amount iT Wnbuut, t . .$ tio 000
Secured by mot-tf aije on 'be Ookila Sugar Plan
tMuu at ttaitl OslaIa.
All Acoount will bo Sold ;;n
A stanJina; on the day o( sale, Septem!r i, t833
AH pipsTS, doaimenM, ?tr., rrfrrring to the aboe
cbiim, etc.. can be cern on application at the office of
IL IIACKKHLD A Co, Honolulu.
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Oamttr bff HU1 Tori StrtMte.
ISSi .S,,.f I).MS
RUSSESI TRUSSES I
TlstWslW, IKltSSl. TKIISSfB.
rKtmsKfi. iitossiis. 'rKtlfcra.
rrtussKa iMtissix muss lis.
HOlLISTBli & CO.
I las (tHt reeeit-etl a tte lfriee of
Tho Celeumtotl Crlltilolil Tnisats
bteat'T eaoM thr FACToar.
we iiavi; srhciAi. facimiii.s
g For AiUnatttiK Trttaaois.
HOLLIBTJHR At CO.,
Cor. Fori anil Mercliant streett and 54 Ktmanit street
-sASTLK & COOKP.,
llONOtflf, II. I,,
Would call attfntton to their Large and
varied Stock of
Coniisilrig of the unrivalled Parii Strel
Uveal: hiy Jlow,
Th? MoKne Sti-rl Ureal trt, and rutTOHinB PIu, Mo
iiiisi jssrsri mwi tin siin unci, ji . ,uisi-
vat or i. Dirt Scraierif
John Deere. Gan Plow,
IlanterV Hoe of the beit make,
DlSSTONS'"CEM;..PATED CNE KNIVES
made to orxler, AmV Shoelt and Sindes. i
Garden I foe.. Canal ltarrowt. Ox
' Uoss, Vol-rt, Chains, Pence
t ( Chaint, '
I. 1 1
! Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Cum bo Hand Coal,
Sptrm Oil, C)luid(T, lanl
ami K.rrorna Oil, Perfect
Lubricator, Plumjiao, Al- .
Uiny Greas, )s ton nnd
S and J. r.lei, alUircond
kind, Sieam I'aikinp, YU
arul Round India kiiblA-r,
Abettoi and JiP iStone,
lax Packing, India Rub
ber I lone, ) to a Iwh, lljies
and L(uliiirFftt Nuts ami
i IfiI4. all t'liM, Cild Jitrtd
IttjikMuUh'f., Knguicer't anil
Cuitrr. Wins-bet, 8 inch to .
- 34 Iiwrli. AntiU. Vii e, Tube
Senior., l.r milstone. iWt
1, Ameriran )tirlronand'lool
ir-tr iUultlcT. Hardware,,
all kinds and M)lc, Hub
buck's Painti ami Oils raw
'1 and lauded. Smalt Paint in 4
Oil, xxjtt variety. Dry
Paints Umber, Vei.M Lin,
Ked, Othrry .Mtiallu!. .c,
Vhinn,i, (lernian Window
! nit'td aire. Manda Hope
j , s, ,
' No. 1 and a Flour, No. 1 and a Klce.
Crushed Sugar, China and Japan Tea 1,
Ojratera, Cum., Salmon. Lobstert,
Fmat Table Fruits from the Factory
Pure F-ng !1 tli Spice., Condensed MUk.
Cocoi, SIUCIALTU.S-The JW
irr Krruarnr itttt rhttmm Yn
fWtMfMl Lhttut, 14 Inch, itubtn-r
Sprint tttul 'ttit rut Jlntkr uu at
hand.UIake Steam Pitum Valves, Pack-
In;, ar., BUke Holler Feed, Juice or
M outset, Irritating At Vacuum Huinpi
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
AMq OS CONtlGN'UbNT
Cal.iornii Hjv, Hailev, Pntaioe-.. Parrrts
t SjIiuoii, 1 1 ami, Atbeio MltUr for Pollen '
I and Sieatn 1ne, very clm. FtiM-e Wire
mad btNlct, lialvanitetl Koufing,
1 Wilcox an I (JitVf Automatic; Singer Manafatturing
ComitAn, Av4ted Kemlnton Lonnuny. Kauidy;
VVtliaKi ilachin-, the best aortroent to be fuund,
a,id at llottom Prtcri,T
New Good by every arrival from England, Nw
I Torx ana a an rrancisco.
1 K w Troiloa Englae, 8kon power.
Ordmfrointtit vthtf Ulandt tiled al iUtt Katet and
. I S..-V, , it
- ,i 1 tit,
' , u I . .- ' I jif i
lStt d Id llackftU , Co-'.
CkamploA Carrlu Builder
()filc llawaiun Idartdt, AH Vu 4 Kqajilittt and,
'Whl uuliAar cavrtblcduti the nn I Sfkiathc iiin
u cltOcft1 ' Al thU Vabliitnt UWi if " '
MT. ' I i 1 S 1
la ih. HlacisinUas ilrpsnmtM all ttsak will ! luriMd
i ,,.vuluUf fuluis.nU tMlu, t-jr AtH-siass i(
ItthtuA tv( n our aitiiio a ( iiiurs anj litiimr
pciViiij .scltfstssri'.OrUrrs for any iibj U a
Out l!iuirSuJ sa luutaMI (rf lU T'J'
(JtsWrs from lb wiisr J Jaikli kill Itssjtt Mf'U.1 if
luukja. fts. irf.vt r """ -laviw'
PACIFIC RUDDBK I'AINT,
- Jiixr.ti ntr.TiVrors'tJsi;f
asir oar cats arttv rt.
tNn tltn I'nrlfln Tliililifr 'rnlnt,
ntAr, CUnjr sss AcrrmAil. '
, MAWfattfaitn oKtr W " '
, WltlTTIEll, 1'UliLEH & CO.,
Ami fwjW'br iV ImwrtlM hmssHl it IfnSotulii
wjMir py in intToninc nmtsvs tf ll
liit trains. 1, H antl M -tMnti ttun
, H aim ,T-Si
tl anj tt. tVs.
aiwi t n, a
ll m4II nft (, it n rrmssf. Ji is tiia.l. of tS
lll MM nllfM MMMl.1. " - .- A.. 1.
f 7M, imt X liwssH (Hr.sMtwiW.W.Wfc'rtfin!
liitainif snhttfonof thebtsi lrtif SIU((SJ j
lMnnrtir Wliltn l,rntl" "
nk. .im. . 9 .s. s. .aa-.. ' .. r. .. . .
W fnttimtr lW ltH Inbtl strkttVjTJf.
rji.f Ciitmmw of I .fad, (round tti pw r. Ancd I
UU, and It k tola suhlrcl to chunk il
MON'lXK Will ri: !.r..Ml Is marnifwinml In fMn
rnHaca, arrises hti. fraah, and nth be llainr.
rremrtly.an.1 In nuantita as wantarl. lis frtahtwts Is
sMimltfeal. in thai Hk nil in tirilth il is arosind it not
apasl inl0 in. mwRlof the pMkitfs., and cntiatssti.ntlj'
Ire fotrar)on ,a" "sains' is arttftfefi.
In I'lONLKll Will I r. I.IMt hs. fM.h
finer trotmd than lay i.thar In ikt. ntathri, l.ss inii.j
" resly" or mss-ring ptsritlss,aisil is wtinoui on tsil.
It la rait up in aj-Ds so-ll., tnrlli and tsIt. Ufls: in
uX-tt. ami s; It. tin pads, itml In mall th (,tm t.ll, in
A full stifrlr Is rtsnstiintly Lpt in stmk I ilw
ssMtiUl hatKM in ltO.VOI.UI.il, wt nom ts. curdi
alff rd$mmhf InLntllnst purriias.rs
van. rsrri'SMt oslv hY
'WlirxTtEK, rUIaLEK & CO.,
Oijrnlfrs ef Wliiit I.M.I mt.1 .Msnufarliirrt rf Mlitil
I'aintS Lc.lors, Vaminrs, an.1 Oik. Unit.,.,
An.l importers of rVnth ami Itrlium Wlmljw (JUm,
f SAN' rkANCl!CO, V. S. A. . '
H'Vn , ,
"piONEER" LINE -J
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tkom i.ivr.up6oi- '. , T
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
orF.it for sai.i:, . l
From the rarer! t.f the Obidervie and pther recent
trcU, tl fothmii.tr
Dry Goods and Clothing..
Print of the t-te.t Mte, f.i.t colon ,
P.Iue Uentni, Itrown Linen DnlU, '
Ahte C'ruyilon Sheet Inr;. ' ' '
II(i-t.kV, n(t CltHhs Waterftroof Twetdi,
rIoeIiard luweluif, Cilaat Iock, ,
1 atle Clorli, Fable Napkins,
Faro LIriBii, Shiiwlit, DrciK Good,
(renadinr, hite ami Colored bilti, 1
Lolorel Satin, (t.At CImIk.
Artlncid Flowers and Feaihrra,
Cuttwi llandlfKluefs Hdk Ilamlkerthieft,
Table Lotn, Mixilen; Colored bjtteemand Craie,
I Fntn.y Mixture and Due and Cia 1 tanneti.
, Victoria lan, ItrofiV Sjool Cotton,
fllue and U'Iiiih Check Um.vM,
FANCY DRKSS QOOD5
FaiKy Pla'hlt, Kepatta hhirts Wool Shim,
White aixl Colored Lottoj) Shirt., ,
Fancy Scaif, Pd4 UreTer-., (
MenSWhiieA.nl llrown Cottorr Half llcrfr,'
Ijidiei llcie. Men's Kuid)made Uothins;,
lidie-.' llata (wliite, llicls. and f.n7j' raw), 1
India KnM-rr Cisatu, Caic,nnd leging
Pdue and Cr.tT IIor Illantcet"., i '
Woolen HlanVciv all r-ics, culori and neiiihti;
Vrtrt Cittytmt Vrttrt ttttfli, 1
I'rlrrtitutt Titjtrtfrj Ihtor Mai,
A full aJsftrtment of CF.N'I I.F.MIIN'S and LA
I)ti:S' SADDLFS ; alu, addlt rr.Itt and Girl
and a few
IIKIDI.F.S, Saddle Cloth and Chamolt Sfclni. ,
Coal iiftK. 2u:n.
Hico Bai;- ft nil Twine. l
(Intrant in! Cttntytitnl Ittmlnt ? it'Ukll),
Tn i, 7, 8 and 9 fee lengthy ' f
koofino scnr.ws AND wasuf.rs.
G A L,V A K IVZ. I U IDG J NA
Annealnt Fence re.Noa, 4, J, fcand 7, and Stajl;
(Mltrnuet) Iniiiltuckrt. all ie; ' t l
(TaU.inUrd Wath llnun.i, 1 ( ,f
Cdtanired f la r deft llsrilerin and Netting.'
'IiniK-d Irt.ii bum etunt, all fcirt; ' 11 '"
'lejkeiilen, real Jaian lalacLIntf, -i' d p
lUtvtnu MMvhH atttl Ottttlt - T4lem, ,.
I.imii .Scot and Ctiain,
II ntbtjdU sHtAiult,
THREE LAWN TENNIS' SETS
t7.ilir. lltltkrln, '
ir..rA-l.i.rl, . ' 'I
.Vo M Qr ii.t.A rt w.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, i
Fancy GIim Fkiwrr ShikI
Fern lUAttt, tic
,11, , , .
fORTLA.NU CEMENT-l-'IKU BRICKS,".
,' H 1 .1
t'tro CUy, 'i '. ;-' '
Whiting. '( "' ' ' "
Yellow Oohrst, ... tn'.y .w
' Aluru. ; - ' '
ROOKING SLATKS, :'
' 1 ,-.-i-i -i
Llrrtjjiiol .lull mill linrK Suit, Xlnri, INitnl. ,
nmf llnllrd lulu, irrri..friAfiiiirafHii .
1 nmf Unm-rlr'ai "I1' ' ,J"'
,.'.! ..' ,ti1
t ,) t,
English, American and Hawaiian,!
FLAGHI,,, u i(1 f ,
'IVee, Ave and &enrjnlt lon ' ""
1' iif- 1 i nMi I 1
TOSAlff SHKRT ClfXlNSV
, Admirajjy yt U J(, JJ.M,. , ;
t h ' ,1 tt i-i , ) n k
VpWELU OUi-FUYN CTEA-.cpAl!.'!,
i' - I' I...V , la
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Iron Bwlstoawla .. .,,
KNC.I.I5I1 I.EA'ir.K UKLTINll.WaCtioia
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sri.io, , , , ., t,i
Tloor Otlulo tk,.f.,. 'r
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STEEt. KAIJL3,, , . .
il fcsi kntiksi it aKJ ii , r VwJ, " '
tlthl'Uet.tluUl ami Null "-,
1U.1 bislnsln aufk,
Onr HU-llormi, f;rrr I'uriuht KnylnfS
,ll., Out rfiirt-lllrte Yvtrer lVrVJri"
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M1 TH W. II. IIAVIF.; CO. '
"WLVH."." PS1 'ACTOBY,' " JZ
WaiU'Ki., Man, II. l.f 1 -tM. 1
ilr.f VuuUlu f fnlut afaufiirfHirtl ).