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. SATURDAY, ' SBPTEMBBR I, iMj
Publication office l at 6 Kaahiiinanu street t Isil-
Itorlal rooms at lo Fort treet.
Subscribers and Advertisers will pleue address,
TIIOS, O, THRUM. I'ublliher and Proprietor.
All mitter for the Saturday I'res. should be
addressed to the " SATUHDAY PRIsSS,"
Dflublccolnmn advertisements, cuts ami large
tjrp" will not be admitted Into our columns)
neither will advertisements be admitted Into "read
ing column at any price These rules will be
rigidly adhered to.
Notice of any erenti of Interest transpiring on
the other islinds will alwiys be thankfully received
for publication. Correspondents are requested to
append their true names to all communications,
not for publication necessarily, hut as a guarantee
that the writer Is acting In good faith
There wai a royal linn at Waikikl list Mon
day Tlic Pcnsacola It awaiting the arrival of the
San 1 ranclsco mail.
I The ialc of the claim aRtlnit the .Ookala
SuRar C ompany hi been vsithtlrnvvn.
1 he fence in front of thaSprcckcIs' residence
nt I'limhou Is a scry neat Iron railing set on
a milling of hrick.
Mr. C I.. Iliickliml dttceccils'Mr, Kcri)or.
j a eilitnr, rcxirlcr, ami i;cncrat staff of tin
V&Si, Itonnlnlit Jhily Ilullctln.
v Another ilcith, resulting from a fill from a
horse, csccnj rcil at I'wa list Wcelncsehy. A
tiitive woiinn was the unfortunate,
I President Steele of the Oceanic Steamship
I Compiii), and Colonel Spreckels and fimily,
rcturneil from Maui Stiniliy.
I Miss Itirry's private school at No. 58 Alekca
I ) street will lc;in nest Monday, and Miss
Kind's kinderRirtcn wiiropcn on the Mine iliy.
I Captains Mihrlcns and I'elillicr line Ixcn
' rcipmR a hint rimed Inrvi-st hy irrctiiii
I sclent Mpnds of I'cnsacnli Jack, too loni; out
'the Hawaiian Hell Telephone Compinj
line under consideration the ntlvisahility of
rtilttclni; telephone rentals. 'I he nntlcr will
tiuotiilil) lie settled anon.
An interesting religious service in Ocrnnn
was conducteil nt the resilience of Consul
(.bile, list Sunday morning, at which mm)
Germans were present.
Mr. Williim M. Kinney hid a Inel sctdnck
caily this week, but was In a better condition
jestcrdiy. Mr. V. (5. Irwin, Mr. J. U. Wisc
inin and Mr. Joseph Morrill are nlioiit'ngain.
The inspector of I acks says he purposes lo
prosecute all public cxprrss-ilrivcrs who nifilcct
to comply with the law altfiut plainly and cor
irctly numbciiiiK their c.irrii;c-lanips.
Tlicoij Pens, the Portuguese who was so
1 bidly Inllcieil by Judge McCully's Ilolstcin
' bull on the 2jd ultimo, can scaicclylnc through
Simd ly. Voung I Initiuinn, who was hurt at
f. the same time, will probably recnier.
Mr, V. W. Hall and funilj will occupy
their Waikikl residence for the rest of the jcar.
The residence of Mr. Robert I-cwirs, adjoining,
1 now occupied by some )oung lailies from
Nuiniiu Valle), two of Ihc Misses Carter and
Miss Jeannle Robertson,
(" Mrs. George Wallace's select school for gills
will re-open on the 17th inttant, on which ihy
1 Mr, A. T, Atkinso.t will-rc-oiicii St. Albais
y ( College. Those wishing to attend the laud
school arc requested to meet at Mr. Atkinson's
residence on the 1 .1 1 li instant.
Mr, James Hniscldcn, a contractor and
bud Icr of some prominence, fair ability, and
many good 'personal qualities, died at his rcsi
dence on King street, in this cilj, jin the 2S1I1
ultimo, of consumption, leaving a wife and
three young children foitunately provided for.
Ur. N. II. Dncrson is circulating a subscrip
tion list tun arils procuring the funds necessary
lo repair and furnish the Protestant Church
of Siloami, at Knhwan, Leper Settlement,
Molokal. At least $100 of outside help aic
needed, The lepers have themselves sub
Mr Prank Damon will sail for China on the
outgoing Madras, to spend in tint Interesting
lmd at least three months. He will carry
withhiiu the best wishes of numberless friends,
white, Hawaiian and Chinese, It is to be
hoped tint the columns of the l-rie-nd will be
the richer hy his contributions.
The gricclnl, picturesque, and erudite
writer of Ihc dailies, recently, have been
showering wrathful tldicule upon the 'bus
drivers. One cannot help a lurking fear tint
the mellow' music of the lusty horn is too pine
a, melody to satisfy the iv think souls of those
sweet singers of I Ionolulu journalism. '
The Gnette Informs the public that the
"Orphan" got "badlv left" last week. On'
Thuisday, however, a Press reporter found
him looking well, lie informed the reporter
that, nlthough pleased' to learn of the success
of his fiicnds, he was in the city a iliy or two
last week, and nude several sales ofstocks
and plantation property, amounting in the
aggregate to $1)0,000,
King street, east of Port street, is taking on
a business aspect. On the m.ikil side, Mi,
Way his nearly completed a two-story frame
building, lightly built, but very neat in appear
ance. It will have three ground-lluor stoics,
and a luge room above- 74 feet long by 30 feet
wide. Harmony Lodge, I. 0. O, I-., will
occupy 1I1U a, a lodge room. Mr. I'.. C. Howe
will re open his paint-shop below.
Messrs. Walker & Trcadway, contractors
for the new brick building, now neail)
.finished for Mr, Stephen Spencer, on Kuuanu
street, near King ticel, have set the public A
good example y pulling Its iron doors that
fold within the. casing The iimightlv ware
housc-ilmltcr has neatly out lived its usefulness
In retail and semi retail trade, and ought to
Mr. Cluilc Jiilinson, the builder of the new
bliejge at llonuapn, Hawaii, which Mood so
well the recent furious stonn on the Hawaii 111
coast, has just completed a slmilir structure at
Walanae, to Ik used as a steamboat vvhaif by
Mr-r r.wtfr - l. TV. ..l...f I- ... f... .
ejj, ,on8 l,ml1 f pH from -to o -,5 fev't In length,
I j set- Uj li form of a V, and bolted together on
. I he lower portions aro coppereel aUive
),,S vvate maik, 10 foct above which Is the
vvharf-vvay proper, 20 feet wide and 13 feet
lielwceii the V. Mr. J. U Ulchardon,
maiuger of the Walanac plantation, sa)- the
wnaif isa good flue.
A Melbourne dispatch to Sjdnc), N. S. W.,
M) that the goveinmeiit of YlctoiU Jv ic
ceivext from the Consul -General of I lavvaii In
timation of air Intended visit of the King of
Hawaii, ana las undertaken to extend every
courtesy a his majesty, The Sjdncy Mom
ing UcralJ adds 1 "It is probable that Kala.
kaua, king of Hawaii, will shortly visit the
Australian colonics, ami the acting-consul li
fix kingdom, Mr. Ernot O. Smith, has K-cn
instructed by the government at Honolulu to
(stake (tltc ieuktl amnsttmnu for hU
Msssjssttsl NCstfKioa in live vwiout colonW
A lmd bov. named Kanor. naiil i visit to
one of the soldier on duty at tin Itirhard
street I atter) lrt Samrdiy mnrnlng. While
there he siiceenleil In shuotinc. with one of
the soldier's rifles, a valuable hack horse Ire
longing to Mr Mamirl Itcis.
A charter was granted to the Honolulu
Chaml)r of ( otnmtrce last Saturday. 1 lie
llonolufn Tuglmat Conipnny veftlMtreve Its ap
plication for a charter. The Honolulu Car
riage Manufacturing Company' eliarter vv-aa
refcrrol to a committee, and the Kaplotani
Park Hallway Crtmrtanv's annlteation for a
charter was refused.
The Punlhou stone wall, Wett of th schtwl
premises, is cnveretl for about two thirds of its
length with the climbing eacliH known as night
blooming ccreus. The mvrlad buds of this
clmming llower are now out in profuc quan
tity nrt't make such a plethora of evening bloom
as is seldom witnessed an)wMiere. The twits
open readd) after nightfall, if plncd in water.
The horse Ixtonging to the Artesian Ice
Work netted away from its driver last hundav
morning, as that jierson was delivering his last
morning's ration of ice. There never was a
Iwttcr regulated trotaway and the driver, after
himsell trotting n fine stern chase of fully an
eighth of a mile, caught the animal just as it
was turning into the fictnry gnte.
Among the through nscngers by the City
of New York were: I Ion. C. 11. Ilromby,
formerly ntlorncy-general of Tasnnnh 1 Kcv.
M. J. Ilecchlnor, a leading Komm Catholic
clcrgvmmnf Tasmanii j Hon. Thos. Uiisscll,
a member ol the New Zealand legislative
council j Mr. J. Illark, acinar) of the Aus
tralian Mutual Provident Socicl) ; and Mr. I'..
.Ic)nck, the senior cluslcal nnetcr of the
,S)dncy Cirnnmar School. Mr. Mirk Koy,
Hie member for Colliiigwood in the Yictorian
legislature, remains in I Ionolulu with his wife,
on a visit. He keeps a large dry goods- store
The second daughter nf Mr. J. A. Ilissinner.
ihicf rlcrl. nf the interior department, had
been suffering fur three weeks with iuflimin-i
lion of the ear and the mastoid cells in the
skull lione behind the car. The plin was
ntense anil continuous, and no medicine cave
even the least relief. Last Thursih) afternoon
an operation was performed b) Unctors Trous
seiilt, Ilagan, llroilic, and .Stnngciiwald, which
consisted of miking a hole through the exter
nal plate of the skull-bone immediately behind
the right eir. The operation gave instant
relief, the patient sleeping through the night ;
and the )oung lady will probabl) recover.
The S)ilncy Morning Herald contains the
following or Interest to Hawaiian readers:
"The relics of the unfortunate exploring ex
pedition lint of La Perousc at the end of list
century have jus come to light. A rrcncli
missionary to the Samoa or Navigators' Islands
in the Pacific informs the I rencli Geographical
Society lint the remains of Oc Langle and
several other of I .a I'crnusc'a companions have
been found, together with dates proving tint
they perished in December, 17S7. French
snrch expeditions in the early part of this
century hid already proved the destruction of
the two vessels bearing the expedition on the
coist olMallicollo, one of the New He-brides,
but nothing further was discovered respecting
the explorers themselves."
It was.iliout two weeks ago, and this is not
printed as an item of news ; it is meant mcrcli
lo accentuate public appreciation of the fact
lint Honolulu is becoming whit the sensa
tional journals of the United Sntes term "a
very rapid village." Capt. J. C. Cook Ins called
at tins office to say that about 4 r. .M. on
l'riday, the 2 (lb ultimo, four shots were fired
in the street under his window. One of these
shots sent a large-sued pistol ball crashing
through the sloping roof of the building in
which lie lives directly over the room in
which lie was sleeping. If the ball had en
tered the roof four feet lower, the captain would
probably have been unable to report the
The Cilv of New York bronchi from Aus.
tralia l77,305, of which amount Tio.ooo
came to M. S. Grinbaum S. Co. of this cit),
and the rest goes to Siij Krancisco. She also
curies atmut sixty fine merino sheep, intended
for the stock farms of Messrs. Hican and
Carr, in Kern County, California. Mr. H. T.
l'latt, purser of the New York, will take a run
lo the cistern United States after reaching
San I'rancisco, remaining over until the second
return trip of his steamer. Mr. Pint is' bp.iri-r
of an autograph challenge made to Ldward
llanlon for the championship of the vvoild
over the Parramatta Ilivcr, not later than
.Match I, iSS j.
There arrived bylhe Kalakaui. last S11ml.1v.
Miss llcnncson, of Illinois, and Miss White.
of lloston, en mute lo make a circuit of the
globe. They sailed for windward islands on
I uesilay List, hoping to return in time to take
the Madras for Hongkong. While in Cali
fornia they made, In cumnanr. tours of the
Yosemite, Santa Cnu, Napa, and ojier xpu-
r ami piciurcMiuc valleys, traveling chiefly
with a horse anil ImrLlMLinl ,-imi.tnr n... ......
of the time. Miss Iteiincsou s a II. A., M. A.,
and L. L II. of the University of Michigan,
and graduated with the law diss of iSSo, in
comiuny with Mr. Clarence W. Aslilord, of
this city. Miss White Is also a graduate of an
.Si tiitu Xulm.
The Kahkaua came down in fomieen il.-iv-s.
the Consuclo In twelve days and a half.
The Kahkaua .locked at the old Custom
House, wlnif, and Ins her caigo alwut all out.
The I. I). Snrcekels ran fiiini sSn I'm,.
risco to Kalnilui, Maul, In twelve tl.i)s, on her
The Wahnin do went off the marine milui.-
on the 27th ultimo, considerably the Mlcr
tor ner stay.
The trial Hip of the Alamedr, at Philadel
phia, wasijuitc as much a success as that of
The Llsinore Ins hauled out into the.sin-.im
to spruce up while awaiting the arrival of
The i:utcka is at llrewcr & Lo.' whuf
dlschaiging. Prom here she will go to the
sounii suoitiy, in iKiinst.
The sloop Kaholomua, hiving sprung a
leak, was towed into this port b) the ste-amcr
C. It, llishop Iat Saturdaj.
At the Oceanic Sleamstiip Comun) ' w haif,
the Consutlo hasdiseharged cargo and hauls
into the stream to wait her turn.
Thcluik Martha Hideout his taken a lwith
pc-ar tlif Likclikc's vvhaif, to. discharge her
coal cargo brought to Allen ' Itobinson,
The Madias will K due litre on Wednes
day of nest week, and will prolsibly sail agiln
lor Hoiigkmig within four days after arriving
The City of New York aiijicd, overdue,
from Sydney, a few minutes after midnight
Lul Wednesday, She sailed t noon of that
day with a rciuirevl forwaret crank nin. broken
on he lojagq up.
The W. 1. Meyer was hlxllot in San
Francisco on the 1 1th ultlnvo, for $500 ilam.
age saiil to have been stistaino) by the lnig
Helen, in a collision Uftsssn ihi-nuii
ut outside San FraocUco luibor;
e fonr.flff lrnn llorAs.
The I Ionolulu Iron Works is now coniplil
ing its forty sixth sugnr mill, fiftieth vacuum
ruin, thirteenth double effect, third triple effect
and one hundred and eighty-second lioiler.
Some of the maeltfncry bnftt by our local
ttoiks bare gone to the following plantations -.
12 Inn doubt effects to I.hlflnte's Iupnlioe
Ime 1'lantnticin, Havrall ; Koloa, Kauai I Ke
kaha, Kauai ; Hteele, K0I01, Kauai ; Paau
hati, Ilanmkua, Hawaii Walmarnlo, Oahu ;
Ookala, Hawaii; l.iliue, Kauai; Tuiton's
Mill, tthalna, Maul; ami a 1 5 Ion triple
effect for Wahinae, Oahu, isi now ling fmisheil.
The worts lnve lieen under their preatnt
mtlnsgement for oyer thirteen ycats. The
show have been from time to lime extended
and erptlppest with the most Improved tools of
lioth American and Lnghsh manufacture, until
these wnrkshave been acknowledged hy comix
tent judges from abroad to lie, in cotnpleteneiw,
second to none on the Pacific coast. Neither
nins or expense has been nimteil in ptociiiing
the treat of skilled workmen, mmi suitable
materials, and most Improved designs of sugar
machinery, which h the principal class of work
Many of the best working and largest plants
in the islands, have been furnished hy them,
and In cvciy case, when started, hare gone off
without Hie slightest Intel). If required, the
works could clnploy from 500 to Coo men, and
nuke the output of machinery more thin the
requirements of our phnters is likely ever to
At prcntnt, the munlur of hands employed
is one hundred and thirl) five, and the nmoiint
paid out for wages every second week it about
It Is worthy of notice, that these woks,
equipped as they are, form a standing guaran
tee lo every planter against delay and loss, in
cise of iinchincry breaking down or being de
stroyed by fire.
It is the Intention of the company to build
their lioilcrs In future of "homogeneous"
Iron, or whit is sometimes called "mild
steel," thus preparing for higher pressure,
which means greater economy of fuel, coupled
with greater safely, and gets rid of any possi
bility of blistering of phtcs, which Ins so often
caused great delay nnd expense, by having to
tear away the masonwork and put in new
phtcs to replace the Inninatcd or blistered
-I .(fr II in rhmtsi;
Messrs. Hackfeld fi. Co. contracted with Mr.
George Lucas, early last spring, to put up for
them one of the largest and best constructed of
Ilonolulan uoteliouscs- Work was begun last
April, and the structure was to be completed
list Jul). Il is, however, not yet quite ready
for business; although the owners are gall inlly
hoping agiinst hope that It may be completed
before the end of this month, and so afford
more nom for goods on hand and expected
The waiehoii-T; is a building tint does not
lend itself kindly to architectural adornment.
Business is writ on all its rectangular outlines,
business sits perched on its mighty rafters, and
the resounding knock of the brawny hand of
business is the "open sesame" to its ponderous
portals. Yet, if strenth and solidity and the
assurance of stable permanence lie as Carlyle
considered thm very good substitutes for
beauty, the Hackfeld warehouse is one of the
handsomest structures in the kingdom. If
Mr. Lucas his buildtd slcnvly, he has also
buildcd well. As the writer said in noticing
the recently completed warehouse of the
Oceanic Steamship Company, "The commu
nit) has a right to be proud of such a structure
in its midst."
'I he dimensions of the Hackfeld warehouse,
which is built on the niakni side of the lot,
are 125x70111 supcrficiil area, tlhided intothrcc
rooms of the following sues: 49.6x70, 42.6x70
and 40.6x70. In the hrgest room, there is a
pissagcwa) 10 feet wide, which crosses n lat
eral track running the entire length of the
building. This passageway, being wide
enough to admit teams which nm unload at
the car tracks, facilitates the rapid handling nf
ireigiu 111 me- mosi auvauiagcous manner. t
these rooms aie lighted by means of skylights,
six to cacli room; and the roof of each room is
ivcrced by two ventilators. The walls are of
brick, i(j inehes thick, there being two cross
fire-walls, separating the three rooms, which
are connected by heavy iron doors, and there arc
i dummy windows, at present bricked up,
but always available should occrsion arise.
The floor is made of Portland cement, hid on
broken stone. The roof is shtc. Those
leaders of the Press who have not vet visited
this very creditable big bit of local building,
owe it lo themselves to stand not upon the
order of their visiting, but to visit at once.
i.iM ,sntnrihu'ji ll'iiA-Oi-rr.
The game of baseball last Saturday after
noon, Amities vs. llonolulans, was a disap
pointment to the Inge crowd who had
gathered lo witness it, ns well as a surprise to
ltli ol the participating clubs. - A close and
exciting gmic was expected by all, but, fiom
the beginning of the third inning until the
close of the game, the playing of ihc Amities
was a. mere, series of errors, giving the llono
lulans an easy v ictory score 21 to 1,
The great weak point in the play of the
Amities, was the fact that they had not prac
ticed together previous to the game, as they
thought the llonolulans were not going to be
able to stnkc their pitcher to any efiect. It
would be considerable lo expect of any pitcher
to win a game with a support of ph)crs who
have scarcely hid a hall in.hand since list
season, and this seemed to le what the
Amities expected of Mr. Lekle, their pitcher.
This was undoubtedly a great mistake and
one that will teach the Amities as well as the
aspiring liscbalhsts of ihc future, not to
"tackle" such a team as Is Whitney's Hono
luhns, without n deal of practice and real vvoik.
The Hnnnliilans phyeil .iBkadinirablcgaiuc,
and deserve much credit. 'I he audience
seemed to lie greatly disappointed with the
game last Saturday, but I trust it will not tend
lo diminish the attendance. 1 am sorry that
Mr. Kills, who so generously offered a purse
of $50 for the winning nine in two out of three
games between the Amities nnd llonoluhns,
should receive so little satisfaction for his
money ; but it is cxtieclcd unite good game-,
will le ph)ed during the next four weeks, and
all players will lie ghd to see Mr. Kllu on the
ground. This afternoon the llonolulans will
phya team from the Pensacola, audit is ex
nccled they w illmeet the Oceanic again, a w eek
from toilij. As the players changed posi
tions so much during the game, il Is impossi
ble to furnish an unabrtdgcdscoic, Mut-FKR.
The wise man goeth to Kaplolani Park and
bulldcth him an Inn. In this instance the
wise minis Mr, II. J, Nolle, of the Heaver
Coffee Sal.ion, Mr. Nolle has liught a lot
three and tluee-rpiarter acres in extent. In
this he is building himself a dwelling house,
where rural ease and rural brcwe seductively
may woo. Hut, being at once a wcatherwbc
investor, as will as a most satisfactory inn
kecjxr, Mr. Nolle, seeking to combine bus!
ness with recreation, iwimuo, llutjiis fiiends
and lutiont shall not lie "left out in I he cole!"
Kn.nl.l iW unniT.. c. T.r .-.. f..... I........ ..
. ....., ...j ....... ,v, m,..ij nu.ii ii.iiiiv a
Ihc witdsnf Kapiolanl Paik. To hi praise.
n.i 111 vuu, uui oouiiuay iiusi u Having n large
refreshment loom creeled in fiout of his own
modest yet ample dwelling. 1 his room will
lo Cox jo, with a vennJa in front 12 feet wide
arii I ?fi It! ) u if Tlww n lu-v mi -vn ul
days, may bring (heir music and dance if they
....V , mm v.,,., ivmc u .omniay may sing
livmrw an ih.-. ulll. -in.l ... !. ... , ...
soon, the Ircvi. in Mr. Nolle' lot wilt outgrow
i.ieii mupuasi, iinii uicie win Dc swings lor
the ctntttipn anil li.sn.iMni-l . .. il. ...ri..
ana tables and chairs for even body and it
IMlxskl In Im nil .. .!
B ... ,., s.
The inatrriat, ningneso calcitc, was Ihor
oiiRhly tested in this city at norm last Situr
day. Messrs. t)lllinjjhim & Co , the IliwalUn
Island agents for the safes, strong lucs and
jewel cases, of which Messrs. 1). S. Itrnwn
Co. of San I'nndsco are the Pacific coast
.agents invited a numlicr of tmsincsa men,
members of lite fire department ami newspaper
reporters, to witneaa the test of the fireproof
qualities of this material, for which so much
has lieen claimed. In connection with this
test, an exhibition was made of the practical
working of the Harknas pneumatic firc-cx-llnguiiher,
of which the same firms are re
sictivly the agents. A migneso calcitc !ox,
alwut 18x30 Inches in sic, was placed in a
large lmnfirc of pine planking which had lieen
previously saturated with coal oil, abojit ten
gallons having been used. The Ixix remained
in the intense heal of this fire for exactly
thirty seven minutes. Il was then taken out
ol the fire, cooled and opened. Lveryone
present except, of course, the agents and
their employes believed the interior of the
liox to be on fire, as a line of flame was play
ing about the edges of the lid when the box
was taken out. The result, however, was the
exact opposile of public expectation i the only
article Inside the 1kx that was nt all warm
was a cigar 1 the nickel watch was ticking
away epiite contentedly; nnd a number of
pipers, a silver-plated bultcrknife and a
morocco pockctlmok, were in quite as good
condition as if they had remained In the
pockets of their owneis. A spectator, who
wanted to bit $5 that the contents of the box
hid been reduced to smoke, folded his voice
like an Arab nnd as silently Slolc. aw ay. Those
who remained, so far as the writer knows,
were unanimous In expressing their satisfaction
at the result.
'I he fire-cxtlnguishing test was not so satis
factory; tfiit this was because the test was an
iinfiir one. The small ixtinguishirs used,
being intituled for use In houses, are not in
tended for use in suliduing outdoor lires. Itul
enough was shown to convince all present I Wit
the Zaplle fire extinguishing comvnund is a
wonderful agent. There seems lo be no doubt
of its value in suliduing fire. A midline of
from fifteen lo twenty gillons capacity would
piobably have put out the bonfire at the foot
of Uichard street, last Saturday, in something
less than two minutes.
Although the attendance at their exhibition
was not large, the agents lnve aright lo be
both pleased and proud at its results.
7ic Ollii-r IhIiiiiiIi.
Kilauea volcano has been exceedingly active
Mr. Charles Alexander thinks of pulling in
vines on his plantation at Kith, Maui.
Ilale.akah, Maui, Ins been visited by many
during the past month.
Thomas Spencer liond, son of Kcv. V.. Itond,
died suddenly at Kohah, Hawaii, on (lie 231!
Kalnilui, Maui, has been survey cd and laid
out as a town, by order of Colonel Spreckels.
Mr. M. D. Monsarrat is the surve)or.
Twent)-fivc acres of cane are said to have
been' burned on Colonel Spalding's Kauai
plantation, last week.
Col. Chus Spreckels has deeded n lot of
land in Wailuku, Maui, to the Koman Catholic
Mission at that place.
Postmaster-General Whitney has made the
following appointments ol postmasters on
Kauai : Mr. J. H. Gibson, for Hanalci ; Mr.
J. II. Grant, Kapaa ; Mr. G. II. Kowcll, Wai
mca. Mr. J, W. Lowric, for three ) ears a sales
man, in the Port-Street store of Mr. T. G.
Thrum, Honolulu, becomes liook-kccpcr of
the Kilauea plantation 011 the 1st instant.
The Kauai PhntcrsVAssociation Ins been
organized, Mr. G. N. Wilcox is its presi
dent ; Mr. G. II. Dole, vice-president ; Mr.
P. llindt, secretary; and Mr. A. S. Wilcox,
1 he Aldin Truit and Taro Company has
organized with the billowing officers; Dr.
P. IL r.nders, president; Mr. C. 11. Parker,
vice-president ; Mr. Albert Ihrnes, secretary
On the 24th ultimo, "the pet of llilo,"
the three-masted schooner Kmnn Claudina,
sailed from Ililn for San I'rancisco wilh sugar
from Wahkca Mill Company, from Papaikou
and Wainaku plantations.
A contributor to the Advertiser has written
a "flowciy" description of the region around
Maalaca Day, which is much more pretty than
exact, as tome of the places mentioned are not
know if at all hy residents of the icmage, and
sonic of the country described cannot be seen
from the wlnif at Maalaca Hay.
A concert in aid of the I'orcign Church, was
given in the rooms of the Union School, Wai
liiku, on the evening of the 23d ultimo. Mrs.
I'crrUnnct Miss Widdifield recited; Mrs. V P.
Adams and Mr. J. W. Ginvin read; Mrs.
Ilandford, Mrs. Skclton, Miss Klcl.ardson and
Rev. Mr. Kcawcamahi sang the taller sing
ing a song of liK own composition.
.in r.iitfrtitimiH ut nt nun.
Several hdies and gentlemen of llilo gave
an entertainment at the residence of Mr.
Luther Severance on the 2lst ultimo. It was
well attended, ami provocative of much amuse
ment. Its programme consisted of readings,
recitations, and vocal and instrumental music.
The Press rorrcsondciit writes of it as fol
lows: "'Ihe programme was participated in
by Mr. and Mrs. Sevirancc, Miss Severance,
Mr. Harding, Miss Cora Hitchcock, Miss
Annie Austin, Mr. C. N. Arnold, Mrs. lllack
man, Miss Kmnn Clark, MLs M. C. Shipman,
Mr. C C. Kennedy, Kcv. W. II. Oleson, and
Mr. John A. Ileckwilh. There were seveial
visitors from New York and Calilnrnia present.
Previous to the entcilainmeiit, refreshments
were passed around as the audience sat in the
various rooms and on the siinrious veian 'a
which as luilliantly illuminated by large
Chinese lanterns. The attendance was un
usually lirge. Great pains must have lieen
taken. Tin sociable was the finest given in a
long time, and will long lie pleasantly reincrn
Iwresl." The diamond fields of South Africa produce
large quantities of yeow diamonds. Their
color, of couisc, lessens their value, a while
diamond being worth five or six limes as much
as a yellow one of the tame weight. 1 1 was
recently rcportcil tint a method of changing
the objectionable color had lieen discovered.
"Such," says the Umdon Truth, "is the
rase; but hc important additiotm to he
made that the yitlow reappcais after a slight
washing, as sonic French meidunU tatrl)
found out to their cot, after purcliae, at a
high price, rf some tnrfcctly white diamonds
1 he- method Is a, simple application of the law
of complementary colors. The )cllow ilia
amonj is jhii In some violet solution. A slight
coating of violet suffices to render diamonds of
the most pronounced villow tint txifectly
" m 1 1
There wouldn't have been anv milk in thj
cocoaiiut if some dairymen had the original
cowtrcction of It,
lliwnLi lp, II. I siiteml-CT 1, iMt.
Evidence of Imprmmrnt In irsde tM k are
observable on all aides, nnd our mertlt-mls natural!-,
art in mwh better spirit I be Irvmmvcy of (txrim
arrivals, three of ninth wm from "san ranctco, bass
placnl our market In stink with need! supplies, rf
Mth potston nvre IsOwalnn a erte ink-le
Hie iiMmtT Illy of New Votlt also brootht op a
timely mppll fti New 7alt rtmornt the imports
from the i-nasi, Il Is a mailer of Interest 10 note the
fr receipt of lionetnenl 10 various planters ; an in
ilicallnn of lli watchful rfgird for Ihelr interests bylhe
emplotment of fertilisers to enrich, or counteract the
impoverishment of cane soil by ntcceswtse crops.
Onlers for the other Islands this eek were free with
a number of dealers; In fail, tome order had to lay
over for the next opismunity for ibliment Itlvtobe
hoped thai the Teenl system of the bulk of our
coasters leaving ide first part of the week for the other
Isl-indt ill be remedied hen the two new steamers
fome to be psit on their route.
Thenew vesael for the InletMlmJ Steam Navigation
Company1 service was due in flan Franrfsro the ijlh
ultimo, where her boiler ami machinery is awaiting
her lly couitesy of Captain Oodfrey, we learn that il
is expected to take some four or fin weeks 10 place
everything in order, and the steamer cannot be looked
for here till ihe Utter part of this month
Mr II J Agnew, of the I'nleqrlse FeeJ Compinv,
reports having closed out his interest lo Messrs. O W.
Macfstlane .V Co.
Mr Ik P Adams will sell to dv some very desiralle
propeily situate at Kahhl, as also a number of accounts
to close up patlncrshiii interests.
With the coming week we msy expett a lively
stenmei time, the Australia due w-rhaps to-morrow, the
Matiposa on Monday, and proltvtly the Madras also.
Hick, wilh our denrting Interisland steamers will
doubtless raise the tem-er.-tiire consiilerably, the firsl
few dsys, till we get used to It
The lurk Spirlin is now out t;a tlsys from New
York for this Hirt, and while- some anxiety is fell at her
long voyage, we believe no frais are fell for her safety
Advices from S-in I ranclsco received this week, to
Augustuth, shows no miterhl change in nuotxttons
on island produce The sugar matket rcmlins the
same, though rice is free and in better demind, not.
wilhsl-wding the lirge stock of llast Indian Molasses
meets wilh Inner fvvor, anil hides and skins hivenn
ttpwird tendency Wool quotations arc nominal,
though Ihe lUslern mitket is ipiue active. I-nuts are
now coining in frcelv and figures fivof export orders,
Honolulu ,Sr. ami Howl llj-chniwr.
Session, Monday, August 97, 1883.
ttaiV.it Suc.-tr Co, . ,
Kolnli iSiij;-ir Co. i
Tin I'rtnccvilte l'Untition Co
Ihe U.iiluku bufiir Co .
I he llnvviutn Agricultural Co. , .
M ikrc Sutpr Co ...
Wai in 111 1I0 Susar Co. .
Ilonol.A.i Supnr Co , i$oo pr li. 1. uj
Hie koloa Sugir Co. .
Ok-ila SiiRir Co.. . .. . !
Wniiiee 5?ucir Co . ,
Pacific MiU Co.
Kihuc.i Nihti Lo . .,
Ihlci feucar Co ,
(iroe Uanch I hntition Co ,
Waiime Co. . , . ,,
Union Mill Co., $750 txr share ruM ur
Oloalu Co. ..
Mir Mill Co .
lat Maui I'bntitDn Co
Onomen Stigir Co. . .
l'aulai Sut'ir Co
Reciprocity Sugar Co.
I.ntii.ihuc)iue Snpjar Co , . .
Hi nnk 111 Mill Co ..
U'.-iikiu Sugar Co
Il-ahwi Sui?ar Co .. ,
llomiminti ibugir Co . . , ,
riieHau-iiiin Uiilroad Co ..
Knliutui IxLiilroid Co
Hauniiin Kelt l'clcphonc Co
Eliu.iiiau Iclrpliune Co., (Mitii) . ,
Kauai 1 clcliotiit; Co
I hi.) .t Han an Uicpriniic K. 1 el Co
MISCFI.LANf.OUS STOCkS AND PONIS.
The Honolulu Iron Works Co . ,,
C. JJrewer .t Conpin, (Mtrc-intile) .,
IntcrKlaml S'eim Nivl-ation Co. .
Uisi Maul Stock Co. (Uirx.li) . ,
l. O Hall & Son, (Ltimtci!) . . .
Sue jx r tent lltminn IhhhU . ,
!wen tHTcrnt llnwiuan bomU
iSine peLCnt lliwiii i Ihj.hU ,
10 fclnrts l"nst Mvu Company, nt $105.
loslurts WaiiinmloSugar Coiupiny, nt ijo.
Arrived .it Port of (Ionolulu,
Ixhtnstm, Ix)rcnrn,fm Mini nnd Molokai vuc.
lu ihni. Mm, I lates, fm Kona, Kan nnd M nlae.1 'I
C R. l'iluu)( st ni Cameron, from Kami
Lrihi, chf from Kclmlilele . . . . "
Con;uelo, Am limine ( Cousins, fnmi S. I , , "
I urtla. Am likinc, Lcc, for Sin I nncisco "
den Siegcl, th, frnip Korhu . '
Mile Morris, sell, from Koolau "
M01 Kelki, schr, from Koolau , "
Wailtle, sch, from Miliko. ,.
t.ikehke. Mm, Kmc, froi t llilo and u.i twrU. "
Kiliuei J Ion, Mm, Seirs, from Kahulm .. "
MinuokaMai, Esch, from Koloi "
UatnUm, ch fur KooKti
IJmkil, schr, from W.dilua.
Kilakiui, Haw lik, Miller, from Sin I'rincistco
Nettie Mcrnll, sch, Christ 1 in, from Uiliama.
Mnrv I. ttrsler, ch, from HoiiiiirHi "
K.1 Mi 1, schr. fruin Ksitviihiiihln ...
Citof New Yoik, ! MSS.Cohh, fm Sjdney
limes Mnkco, Mm, McUonalJ, from Kami.
Mirthn Kidcotii, Am lk, Scm, fm Newcastle
Kamki.iouli, nc'i, from llonokai "
Waimanalo, m, Ncl-son, from Wanninalo . .. M
Miuion, sch, for Kukuihaclc ,
kuhnianu. :h. fur Ookala
Mo! Ktiki, Kh, fur I filial .. ,
Ixhtii, it in, Ixrcnzcnt for MoloVainml liana
MoLolu, m, Mi(ircj;ort for Koolau . .,
Malolo, sch, for Haki au
aioli, ch, for J'-iauliau
W'ailde, sch, fur M&hU . . .
Likchke, stm, King, for lltloand wiy ports...
Iwalani, tini, IUtc,for Maahei; KoniandKau
Kilauea Hou, sttnr.-Scars, for Kalnilui
C R Iti&liop, ttm, Cameron, for Kami.
Kckautuohi, fcch, fur Hanalci . . .
Y hukai, wh, for Waulua ,
Jennie, kIi, fur NimiIiwiIi and llanamiuht
Manuokauai. sch, for Kckaha
Gen Si?ilt h, for Ko,J.m
Mile Morris kIi, for Koolau
Cit) of New Vurk, 1 M S S, Cobb, for S. h .
Ka Mol, wh, for l.iupahochoc
(.!) Iwimpon, lint ok, Kusl, for S. I
liniM Mikce, Mm, Mchunild, fur Kauii
Mary K 1'iister, icht for Kntoa.
Nettie Merrill, sch, ChritLin, for Laluitm
I ,ca.. I, Kcli.t for Koholilclc
The I J. M S. S Cilj of New York, W 11. Cohb,
comminilcrt sailed fiom S)ilnc Aiisul olh, ilisclkirff
mir pilot at S.SQI M.: rccrned AulLUiiiI iiilni .i
ing nilot at s.sii u.; rccrivcd AiuHinJ 1.1I..1
.loaid August lih, at 5.J0 A II , Killed fur Honolulu
llieumeiliy aljl.si Ahijiisi 33.I, in tit. 1' r N
lot. Ss vv., Itroko forunrdcmiik .m, disconnected ihc
ensines nnd since Ihst lime hive )rocccdid undone
engine. Airiieil at Honolulu at s.5 f. si. Aitcusl
aSili Kiprricnccd casicilv 10 noiilirasicrty winds
llmiujncmt ihe vo) age, and lo-i-anl ucallicr
U. 1'. l'LATT, I"urser
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
CASorus, Scli!)iimver , Or IA
Kuthniih Jenls . .. .Am LL
C0NHP1 lo, Cousins. ... , Am lii-ine.
I'isikA.le . . . . Aml.L'ine
kALAkAUA, Miller. .Haw. I.e.
IIakiiis Uiiikiivt, Soars .Am. LV.
U S. S
Vessels Expected from Foreign Ports.
IIkiuihn, (Icr 1.1. Mazatlan. .Sander
Due Not. 110. II. lUilftlJ&Co., Asenlv
llkKsikM, Haw IV, Kaik . KosIiAki
Hue Nm. jo-50. II. Ilaclfeld K. Ca, Agents,
CAmavr, Haw It. Iolani Garrett
Hue llec. 1-10. II HaitfttdKC'u., Aceiiu.
Nkvs Cash B.N, -,. w , pr 1 k AoHr Wliuiw Guy
Due Nnr 1-10. II llaslftld .V Co., Attmis.
Nw Castlk, N. h, V., (;.! I k riisuriNF, Willfang
Due tkt. io-m. II. HaclMdA-Co., Agents.
Nsw CAStlt, N h W, IIsiik I sen .
Nr I'asti k, N h. W., Am bltno Malav Peterson
Nw nKk,Am IL. SrAKTAN Cruutey
Oierdue. Caslle A Coule. Afents.
Nsw Viiiul. Ilrlt bk. IIsnkv Iamls. Uttimnre
CAslle jt CiAe, Affents.
Livxruoe, llrit bk. Ki 1-iih Am;ime.s Iliroev
llueN-in. 15, ti. W .MacfailaiK A Co, Akiiil
LivimrociL, llrli bW Maiisi.au lidlin
Due Scjj , ij-to. 'I. II. lUvlet ft Ok, Agents.
l.nni, Ilrlt IV.. l.iTrntNK.
LlVBHISklL, Hilt bk. Ciissca. .. .
I'uur C.ambli, Am. bk , Y siriAtu . .Outer
Now due II. llicUil.1 & Co., Axis,
IhsSTuN, Am. bk, M.suriu Hvvis llenson
L llrsiser&Ca. Ageniv .o-
SlNl'sssiimi, p M s S, Al stkalia rUnnerinan
HiihlK. ?. It HarlftUt&Cik, Agenis.
San In AmiPro. ivs.. tlAKiHiw. . IIowaiJ
lluoS.H J. W tj. Irwin Cb., Agents,
San riiASeisco, Urii hb .Mauias . Ilnullev
IKieScfs, y 1,11 laiU.Co.,AsrnH.
San rvAkuscu, sen. Kkkihim . ... .
Sisk Iwam;iii, Am Kh. TlU(,lir... . Whuney
Sviixev. r M.s.,iiseAyiA.. Webber
luts ,,, II, HaclfsUACo., Agents.
HrUHOLUT. Am.bkliw SluHITUk, , ..-.,.,,
lloKtkni..,, Ci bk rsurumcii . Uldnip
.. ."? ,' " " llesfUCa, Agsnti.
II, I. K. M S, bkii.tm.r.
,, Froo San I'raocuco, tr Consuclo. Aumst tj I W
Malm. I. I l.iuns, . lLullsulonviw. V lltloxr. lajuet
j J tiidwln, C Jstsn, U- Kuuhso, H J Jm.
son, Il Iboovss.
Irons Maul and Ifawau, fee LaUid, Ausl j V
U tUmoo, M K Ukcaa, W KuiuAs mi .(., .
Fran KasvsJ, prCK Kuiop, AusjX 1 j-Hqb H M
t tin ,
fonr . .
500 . .
. , too
1silm,, llresle and son, l)r M C.rrmni.in, C Artie
man. O Slotir, Mr Meier, Mr Dosiie, wire and child, S
I! Dole, MisA t Johnson
from San Krancisco, per I'urrks, August ss C II
Docsly, J O Pansnns, tl Hemintfon.
Krom Kahulnl, per KilvueA Hon, Aiijeiki 6 Cltus
deckels ami famfly, 1- I, CSlpele, Mm Inrtrei, Miss
tieek, 1. 1 nster, I' N Mct.ilTen, 1 Mis-i I nsprlmr,
Mrs Winter. Mi K terrlw, Mlwdlllm.
I rom Psn Kranclsro, kaltkatia, AntiKt 6 Miss
J V Itimer, duties ITeifree, J V Mcl).mal,l, Miss C
llmrs.m, Miw AM White, C T Hanson, K tkiej
fellow, W I Uriese
Irrnn Maui ami Haw-ul, per tJVetile, Alictlsl eft
Hon II A Widemann. .Mrs I I llnrair. slr A N
Irlpn, W WiJdlfield. O Dunn nnd 1 children. I V ltd
eti I r iff. 1 ... .' 4. ,u :
nuan, r. SI llllclieof k, l lm, A -Souter, e. SlcClel
I". Ilrown, M M Uilson, ,trs t Alios, Hon I tt
Nawahl, lion j Kanwih, I lenle. II liL, Miss It
iHmi, Mrs II I-ouls ami danuhlfr, C Msnonle, (1 h (i
iacksjn, Dr J Wight, Miss k WfeM, MKs l W IriTi,
II l'W.vl, wifeind child, J Iticknell and 4 children,
W Atkins, Mis ,K y Mi Jt,, j, sl.eM.in, W
V i stlit . (1 II Itmton, Miss I) Lamli, Miss II Dickson,
A. si Ilrown. Mrs J K Ilrown and child, I Ismralt,
Mrs II Mulltr, Mis D Adams, Rev Imore, CA
llailev, MDMonsarrvt, II Cnrnw ell, A T Atkinson
and son, II M Ale1nder wife and child
Prom AnMralis and New ?e-lland, perOilv'of New
)oik. August jq-O W I ewis, M Koy and wife, J W
Unehan, DC Unehsn. I M Unehan, W Unehan, II
Lenehan, V. I enehsn, (i Dar) , S Auchlellomle
Tor Maul md llannli, per Iwatml, Aiien-I jj A
Ssh, K II Allen, h V Adams, Unit S A KoCerts, 1" A
Cola, 3 Chinese
for Kahnlul, per Kilaue-l Hon, A 11 sun a3 W O
Smith, ri WCJre), Miss White, Miss lienneson, Mri
Ijimlford and daughter, Misses llanapi,
I'or Kauai, per C It llisliop, August 8 Hon II A
VMdcmann, Ifon R Siuling, I. II Sloj, I) A llatnil
ton, W Meier, C llcrlelmann, J H-lhn, W II Rulrir,
II S Townsend.
Tor Maul nn,l I tan lit. nr t ,t l,t A,.n.... ..r tt
Hastings, Mrs llulokahikl, J !s l.merson, W I lihmsn(1
,.c 11,1,1 Liiiiu, 1 1 .tirnois, 11 , ueen, vv I Kliivvds
t.',Tnct.r(.-Nlr.M.,""n' ) 'I 'rnon, C Menke, J
Mente, W II Aldrich, II Osle), I slherSv Is ester, (.ci
Kor Ssn Kranclsro, per City nf New Vork, August eg
I. Dowie, wife and child, Miss II Siitinir, .Miss N
llit II Souter, I CMcDeltsn, Sirs lucker, Mr
t.entrj, Mrs llrlm and a children, L A Ibilej, C II
llitton, J A Cone, Count Strickland, S Rolh, Dr
Uhl ml a children, Mrs W..l, child nnd servant,
Master W rlglil Alkins, II At Alexander, wife, child and
scmnl, Mrs K Johnson and 3 children, J P (iondwin,
U lllitchfonl, II Lmllin, 1 hoinis Preston, Mrs Clinch
..,, kin,,,, . 11U111U9 rer-nr, v. iirinil, IS e lllfles, ?H.C
Suiij Kee, Mrs J I. Nit hols nnd daughter, C t. Olsen
1I1I1I, C I dwards, 1 liomss hwanton, II Mcverdncks,
Kor hvn Krancisco, per I.idy Lampson, August 30
J J Ilrown
Kor Kauai, via Wantu-ie, tr Jlmes Mnkee, Aligusl
?r -J I. Kichirilsoii, W I lAtwrle, wife and 1 clul Iren,
Petty and wile, b I' llatlholomew.
.iki eiuiu, 1 nomas rernr. 1, nrlml, vv e. littles, .So
From San Krancisco, tr I'uitka, Aitgmt as I'm;,
ling A Co, 76 pigs stoves nnd Innlwirr; Allen ft Rol
iuson, 150 kg. lead, iocs laini, 5 1,1 It puny; Wilder
Co, lajkgs lead, 6 pkgs hhmls, a 1,I,U pull); CO
Hirger, 8 Iron ikdes, 10 tanks . j thij lltewer k Co, eft
blslniKllall ft .Son, , sis s.il, a pkgs oil; 'J M
Homer, a$o ks latlej T Divies ft Co, 5 bss Iwlis; In-ler-Ishiul
Steam Nav, Co, 1 pump cuniphie; Mc
Chcuiey k Son, ij lis lender, altpkgs feed! CK
rlfe. SJt pkus groceries and feedi jl Mclncrti), 1 Its
cl,!liui, g cs lo,,ts, it cs IliIs, 1 cs brushes; Lescv .i
Co, 6npkgs ns-,1 groreries: CAfong, 33fnks lwne
inral, I idgnle H Co, 50 sks lnc meal, J Utinltirill.
tfo sks bone meal; SI, Austin, if.t sks lHincine.nl,
llllrhcotk A. Co, 464 sks lone meil, Phillips .v Co, to
a drv goxls; S Nolt, 31 pkgs hitdwnrc and safes; lll
nnnllros, socs urduies, 79kgs drj Hfls, a; kj
oils, toiAjskk IntlevJ llorncr M Son, aosks liolaltHs;
('. West, 39tksco.il; J D Line, la i.kgs tinil.le; A S
Wilcos, sioskt bimemeal, KRJIuifls. oosks lone
meil, 11 N ilcos, 8o-sks bone meal; C II Judd, 40
bis has, on sks Iran; Hackfrhl ft Co, iojics machmerv,
toocslire-id, 17,500 bricks, 698 J-sks lloiir, Ijsil.kir-
W lull .!,.. I I Vl'n.n.l...,,. A i!. ..I .
...,, . .".. .."k,. . . ,,.,v.v, Lv,jr.B groceries,
s. 11 nkcs iiitniture: rs ioi,nu, ,
sks naioes; e. ,s uoout, iliotsc ami buggj; Chinese
turn, 556 pkgs mdsc,
I rom Sin Prvncisco, er Consuelo, August as J D
l-anc, 1 c granile; J A Uuel, 1 c household goods,
(.rinlaum ft Co, scsdr) gooils; J rWalethousc, 5 cs
muts; l.nne & Co, 675 pkgs feed, ll-lckfrld ft Co, 3 cs
hits, 15 k.s tnaehinerv; Calteft Cooke, 1 c cotton, 85
rkgs powder, 91 sks hatlcy, s3 kgs mdse; (.oscjoyft
I 'o, a4 cs honor; Inchan ft Co, 40 ca liquor, llufles.sl
Co, 50 Id Is bcif and ork, llartllros, 17 cs groceries;
Irwin ft Co, i,ag2tgs lione meal, 1 c machinrtv, 9
valves, aioX shingle, Phillip ft Co, 93 c dr) goods,
40pkgsfurnilnrc, 1 c in-ifble, 1 c poles, 89 (kgs cord,
age; I v can ft Johnson. 1 c pi us, iocs sew ing midlines;
McLbcncv ft Son, 50 es bams, tout Kiion; Macfir
line ft Co, 8 wheels, 100 bis hay, 50 sks otntoes, ao cs
onions, 5 cs Rlthc, as cs apples. 1 c saddlers ; W 1 1
Holmes, a73pkgs hlrdwarc anil groceties; r M l!u.
Icr, 370 pkgs bridge nntctials, 57,340 feet Iumlr;
Chinese firms, 49 cs mdse.
Krom San Knncisco, icr Kaliknin, Aug 37 Holies
v- Co, 33 cs lucitsand lieas; lvclo e Co, al cs wine;
Micfailincri Co, lobbls fish; Sullinn, llncklej ft Co,
'Sopkcsfted, (i luca, scsclocks, 4 brs iron, 1 pUte
wiel, W I. I oMer, I3es hirnessnn,lsaddlcr; Sehicfi r
ft Co, 310 bgi Iwlcv, 141 cs a; pies 3" Ids ha) ; John V
Howler, 75 tons and tobgss.tnd, Crinliauni ft Co, -hjcs
ilr) go.ls, 385 pkgs groceries ind Hour; Itrobc ft
SH.ir, tjes clocks; HalIftSiji, 36 rls lent her; Hopft
Co, 31 pkk'S fiirniluie; Dillingham Jl Co, 30 cs powder;
Mclnl)reft llro, msopkgs (iiocctics; J I Watcrhuusr,
1?'i FJ Kructrlfs; C I. Wilhims, 4 kKS furiuuitej
lloirschliegerft Co, iocs cigars; IS vV Vnrrirh, acs
rooK; C I. llenson, 5 horses, 9ihlsliay, locsraitius
ami onions; DailesftCo, 10 ions iron; II I W Co, 1C3
iiuii; Com Pensaeoli, 46cs;uwdernndfuse; Order,
"os pkgs feed, 353 pkgs groceries; Chinese firms, 1,684
tr-rom Australia nnd New 7eiland, ;,er.Cuyof New
Vork, August 39 I J .Mossmin, 48 pkgs mdse nnd
P-il-er; Cleghom ft Co, siikgsnuKc, 3csdnper); C
ltroun, jpkgsmiNe; V 1, I osier, 3 pkgi mdse; Hoi
lister A Co, 9 pkgs mdse; A M Mellis, a pkgs draper) ;
Jicger, 4cspfinls; Lenehin ft Co, 4a pkgs spirits;
linnUilim ft Co, lo,no; Mclnt)ie ft- lln, 60 k
potatoes; Ma) ft Co, 60 sks poiaioes; Micfirlancft
Lo, laosks ;iotatocs; Onler, Oosks pot noes, 4 pkgs
1 x Lady lampson, hence for Sin Krancisco. August
ao 3,368 pkgs sugar, 405,971 tt,s, a,a8i pkgs me, aa8,.
joolts; 10 iidgs personal elkcts. I oreign value, $500.
Domeslic, $40,703 84.
, . . . . . . ..- 1 . : . "r '
Office of Superintendent ol Water Works,
Honolulu, July 3, i88.
All person hiving Water I'm. leges arc noli fie. I that
their Wat k Katia are jail 1c stml annmlly. In ml
vance, at the diTicc of the Sii'tni He intent of Water
Work, fool of Niiuinuu street, ujin the ist itiy of
JamuryanJ Julyof each year. C. It. WIION,
H f Sujrrinten(leiit Water Works.
lo the Saturday lre, whoic iccountt hive liccu
rewnied from time to time, are rc.jHufiill) r';ueted
to mike early Mttlement of the same. 156-1 in
A Card of Thanks.
II I J. M. S, Kinjin Ku-iu Honolulu, Aucuu 5,
1B83 Mhvs. Kennedy &, Co , Wliotesale Grorer,
Honolulu C.cntlcmen; Wc tender to j oil ourihink
for ihe aUe nnd efficient manner in vrhiih )ou tuilicd
ourUiIp with ) our goods uliilc In thu port and luted
11 out for sea. And after a thorough elimination,
commend jour houvo for handling firsh, finl clav
jo.nU, al rcawnal le price, and recommend you to the
favorable consideration of all naval vesscU vUuing )fur
port in need of upr lie. Very respectfully,
S. U 1 1 0, C lain.
K VAMAMOrO, ChJefSurfieon.
S, NAUOI, Chief PapniMcr.
tjVini M. A1IIAKA, AulMant I'ajniaucr.
Wells, Farco A Company,
Ihe !ict knt-mn and mot re hat lt l.xpre Company in
Iheucrld, hioei.ed an agency In Honolulu fui the
prompt and tlTiclrnt dNpatch of I'.ickaget or letter
from the Hawaiian Uhnd lo any pari of the United
States or Turppe, to which the Company ha agencies
or with nliich It mile connection. 'Hie principal
punt lole rmemltrred alout hi butlnei is, that the
Company will take Packages from ihe Stores, Agendo
or Kerldence of its Patron, and deliver them at their
destination, for One Oiargc including Insurance,
Duty and Cudom lloue Itrokrrage. 'Ihe Company
hat facdiiic for the tramjtortillonuf Gin inwipulcd
hy nt)) irfhcr carr) ing coinjuny. Its tinmrnsc tmdncM
enal Irs il to secure Iniurance atrrmarliiMy low rate
he great accomnuIaiin to the public (n all ihi can
l undrrvtckitl at a glance. 'ITie Honolulu Agency of
the Company 1 at Ko1crlwn it Co.' NewiSiAre. 'Hie
agent U Mr, W. (. AJiU.v, long well knon from Id
.Tftinection with thej lUjreMi business in iSicity.
A Succesful llouiet A !?acceful 1louet A trlk
ing instance of ucccis in a KtU I Dry Good' way U
alT.rdit by the leading Milnverj Houc of Cliatlcs J,
Hdicl, corner Fpit ami Hotel street. 11m Proprietor
Mr. rVlwl has aciuirrtl the art of IxJdinJcuMom. An)
Dry Good Houutcvn, by freely adtertidng, draw em
toiner, Mice or lKt but to hold them, ad enjoy tlteir
ctMtfiJencr, calhforthe excrciwpf tat,( and nheraluy.
Couds muu U marled down and sold forvlut tttey
arc! never murrrcent an uncle. 'Put uths iJicv
of Charles J Hde, and ihat policy ha matic the ftiru
one of th greatest In its hnc, on the b-ading lhorotigh
fare of Honolulu lh Leing Mdhucry Store of
Ouulot-J, rUhel. Iito HonJutu what Mac)V i tu
New Vork Chattes J tlthcl make a kicUt) of aid
luitry. aMTTM More U one of the sihu vt b city.
ladte and Genilcmn miting San Framiuro will
find very desirable Kurmthrd Kouw Ku Suit and Sin
gleat So. 137 alontsoincry bl-, Cvrucr llub. Mr.
P. Ilnuev, forinerly of Honolulu.
O G TUCKER, M D,
(Kecetuly of Oakland, California,)
h or so ak orriCK
At Ha 17, eauna StffsH, Ho4Msalu, H. I
OptJMie Eauaa Ssare
Oike I(rt Fmmb iwv, aad Iamb 6 1 I , w.
r MPORTANT SALE,
rurtii-int to an order of the Hon. At Fnncn Jitdd
Lhtef JiiMlre of the Supreme tVwrt bf the
Idwiilin llamlc. datnl April
IgJr authoriiing the
Srslo or Corfnln Pnrtnorhlp Acrounf.
In which Mr. lUlvtird r urteniu U interested, "
I AM lNTRlCTrn TO
SEIili AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
Snturtlny Snptnmtior 1 1B83,
AT tt 0ClOCK SI , AT AtrlfOM,
Ih following outftinding tlalm of the firm of It.
riackifui . u iftgetner wtn
(sfrWfcuRnu:s nip.up.UNTo mioNOiNii,
AS tlRNTIOtl'll HrRRArTIR, VII!
CI n I m iscnlnst It. M.' Will tuny,
KrAllVA, KAt', HAWAII,
Seemed by I Ife lu.urince Policy for $to
Olnliti ncnlnsit K. M, Ovoroml,
I'ormrtlyJ, U. Mills, In llonokai, lllmik.iu,
Nowamounliiig tnalnnit. ... . . 4;,ri
Secured by moitgige mi lantnion at said
All Arrntuitn sclll ho Snlil
As Slimline uil Ihe thy of sale, Srlrm!rr 1, 1II83
All piwrf diwniintnt, etc., referring lo tie itoie
chim, nc., can l seen on .ipphcitiou nl the ofTn. of
H. HACKI L.1.D .1 Co, Honolulu.
t3i l P. ADMS, Auctioneer.
AUUAtll.E RUAL nSTATH AT KA1.II1I.
I hjve receiseil instruetions from I' O
Waller, l.s , to otter nt piihlicniictlon,
On Sntnrttuy Soplnmbnr lsit
At 13 o'clock notn, nt my salestoonl,
Ills ll.iiidsonir Resilience on the fiovcrnment rout
AT KAI.IIII, OAHU.
The House Is Almost new, Ihoronclil) built nt a cost of
over $5,000, mis is
itrifr, HtmMf ttltit tUiinJiiilithlrt
A M.UVAN1-S HOUSi: Willi 1WO ROOMS,
IS UION TIIR IhFMISIS. ALSIJ
a coach iiousn, and siaiim: stalls
roll TIIKFK IIORSICS.
The Lot has nn area of almut 1 WO ACKLb, anil
can he uell watereil
also, war nr solimimsh hiatclv aftiik salk, or
Ono Iiousn anil Lot)
The Iit of Itml ailjoinini; thealmse premises, con-nmiNi;.-in
ArciofuUiut NINI. ACK1 b.
I P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
TTALUABLE LANDS IN KAUAI,
PART OK I UK K.SrAIK'OK C TITCOMIk
Ilyonler of A. S llsrtwell. Tm , anil V. O Smilh,
Iruslrw tituler the vsiiljif I tiarlcs Tilcoinh,
elece ised, 1 mil sell at pul lie auction,
On Mnnitny, Soptomhnr. 2 4 th,
a r la SI , AT MV SALKSeooSI,
Those Two Valuable Tr-icts of LanJ at KooUu,
Island of Kauai,
Wont Wnlaknlua and Kahili,
ADJACENT TO THF KlLAIFA l'LANl ATlllV.
Wai ikalua contains an area of 3)-. IO Acres.
TITLI Fl It SIMTLK.
Kahili, AeljolnlnK Walakahta, contains an area of
17B9 Acres. Title Fee Simple.
TIIFSi: ARP DOlTLKSS
THE BUST CRAZINO WNDS ON KAUAI,
AihI on Kahili, tfiere(are seversl humlrej acre.
Flno Cniin Lanilx.
H01I1 of the alKtse-ni(ntIi)ticil parrels ofhnj win 1,
otlrreil In one lot los,cltitr, at the
Upset Price or S8.000.
Tor further iwirtUulars, apsl- to Stiutli .V Thurston,
38 Mercleiiu ureet, sshern surve). Alnl itceils can 1
seen. Deesls at rns of purehasrr.
K.. P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
E EXPRESS BUSINESS.
Ashley A llcbltard, liavlni; the largest wacon
In the business, are prepared to carry passen
gers and move fieluht of all descriptions to and
from any part tf the town or vicinity, with
quick dispatch, and at the lowest possible rates.
If you want to reach your work and be re
turned always on time, at the most reasonable
fururcs, eo to Alliley & llrblard.
If you want your furniture moved with care,
go to Ashley & flcbbard
If yon want your baggage moved with quick
dispatch, go to Ashley tt llcbbard.
If you have heavy freighting to be done, go to
Ashley & llebbard. t.
If you have light parcels to be delivered, go
to Ashley & llebbard.
If you have eiprciuge of any sort to be
attended to,, go to Ashley & llebbard.
Mr. W C. Ashley, having the Honolulu
agency for WelU, Fargo ft Co., and being
promptly on board all Incoming steamers, Il
prepared to look after freight or baggage with
promptness and certainty.
Ashley A llebbard wlU dcUver all the Wells,
Fargo business at this end of the line, and.aiU
call at bouses for Wells, Fargo packages, when
notified by telephone or otherwise.
Asiilkv & llamiAtis,.
WnLLs. Kawosi Co
e RUSHED SIRAWIIUtkV. Terra Cia, and
'tf! ?!?.' ''' U "I""! " iH 61 al A.
MI.I.I.IS, lui ton Urvei. ,j.
NEWKhT !TVI.M ARIIMIt; TYI'K AND
Maliusuriv ImT WntJuuu. wM11r, Vlau 1'.,
Ufammm, rjattwiuuuseis, ttc,, ic luiUull) lw(
tsenteel aasi KuUng iut Uh SMitc uuwWhr ea
iu,MleMvs4s7lfcs. l-te, No. (TESmiX
TRUSSUS. IRtlS!l!s. TRIISSr.S
rilllSSI-S. IRllSs;. TRUSSIS".
1 RUSSfS I KtlSSKj. TRUhSKSs.
HOI. LISTER A CO. .
Hare just reeelwt a large Invoice of
Tlic Cololirnloil Cssllulnlil Trntmoa
oinsirr runsi thu faHiokV.
wi: havi: sjI'iciai. rACii.uir.s
for Aitjiislliip; Triiasnii.
HOIiLISTCR At CO;,,
Cor KitaiMl .Mrrehint sttrrls and S9 Niiiivnu slteet
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
okki:r ton sai.i:, r
Prom Ihe citgoes of the C.lenliervle ami other recent
vessels, the following
Dry Goods and Clothing:
Print of the liteM it) le, fit colon;
lllue Denims, ltroun I men DnlU,
W Into Croulon Shectnij:,
Horrock'i Ujiij? Llnil.sj, Wnterpronf 'Iueedi,
'lortehaml loMclinp. tIa Ioeh,
'latleLluths IaLIc Napllns,
Ptii-o LinoiiNi Sim win. Drown Goods
(Irennlinr, Wlnteaml Coloied bilk,
LViloretl Sat 1 in, draw lot lis
Artificial 1 lowers nml I catlicrt,
Crtlon HanJLerchirrit, Silk Handkerchief,
'lal leCuvirs, woolrn. QloudSatteeiisinnd Crat
I mic Mixtine ftml lllue And 1r,j HmneU,
Victoiii ltuiK, HriM)V.s Sxx)l Cotton,
lllue and White Check I. Kudos,
FANCY DRESS GOODS
Pan. y Phid, Reciin Shirts Vol Shirt,
White nn Cohred Cotton Shut ft,
Pancy Scirfn, Pilot Rccd-rn,
Men'ii While niul Uroun Cotton Half !!,
ldicH Hose, Men' Utnd)mide Clothing,
IadirV I lat a (white, I hck and hncy straw),
Imin KnhlTr CtxUs, CaK-innd lagging.,
lllue and Cray Horse PUnkits
Woolen IthnLcts all sues, cottrs and Hcihu;
t'rlvit ri7r, Vthct JIufM,
Vclrrt mttl J'ttftrfitrf Hour Mfttm.
A full assortment r OIIN I M.MPN'S and .
DII.S' SADDI.I.S;al, Saihllex for Uoji and (Iirl
and a few
gt; .oc'r:r SAinu:st
HUIDLP.S, Saddle CTolM and Cliamol Skin.
Sniar BnH, 20xl6.
Coal Bu, 2fix:i7.
Rim Bncs nntl Twine.
(Julrunhrtl CtntHttitfrtl itoojhty (34 C3'K).
in 6, 7, 8 and 9 feet length
KOOHNC SCKr.WS AND WASIIKKS.
Annealed Pence Wire, Ng. 4,5, 6and 7, and Staplei;
C dvamred Iron PucLrts all it,
Cdimdsed Wash Ha.lna
(UiinErl (iirden IlrdcrinK and Netting,
'tinned Iron JSaiiLejiant, all ncs,
'I nkctilrt, real Japan UluAintf
lUtvlnu ItrlchH antl (lartftn Tiln,
I .ami S"U and Cluirn.
, Umbrella hi nnd.
TIIRKE I. AWN TENNIS RETS
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
lane) Clis. Hover Stands,
I'srit lUskcts, etc
rOUTLANO CEMr.NT I-IIU: UKICKh'.
Yellow Och res.
ROOFING S LATHS, '
l.lrerjmxf Hall unit ltnrh Nail, Zhir; l'ni(
11111I llnllnl Oil; n'urmlrr Rnur
English, American and Hawaiian
Three, five and seven yards l-iC
TOl'SAIL SIlKPr CHAINS,
AJisiinsli)- t.si, .Us W, yif ,t, w.
l'OWi:i.I. DUFl'KYN STKAM - COAI.f
CNOI.ISII LKATIIKK UKLTIN", from "Ha,,,'
((Vr-BeiOM. r SH
- BTEEI. R41XS,
11 frH IrnalU; , an-l il , ir yard.
UJ. I-Uics, IU11 ad Nuts,'
rUi.'rosul bul., to auuli.
Our Ht-r-Huft J'vtewr
Al. Ott nrrr-Jf.ra. ue V,
KfltltU, rte. ,
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