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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER ti, iMj
Publication office H lit 6 Kaahumami atreei j Ed
itorial room, at ion Port treet.
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TIIOS, O. THRUM, Publlhef and Proprietor.
All matter for tli Saturday Pre, should he
addressed to the "SATURDAY PRESS."
Double-column advertisements, cuts and Urge
types will not be Admitted Into our columns)
neither will mlvertltf ments be admitted Into "read-
In J" column! t nnjr price, These rrrte will be
rigidly adhered to.
Notice ninny events of Interest transpiring- on
the other Islands will always be thankfully received
for publication. Correspondents are requested to
append their true names to all communications.
not for publication necessarily, but as a guarantee
that the writer Is acting In Rom! faith.
Tin Knnerihe nine is all In, ntnl Is looking
There will lie (lie uml gospel temperance
nieilincat'lhe llctlicl vsstry to-niylit
l'crlnijn prtcllee game of ln Imll nt llic
Mrtkihi grmiriil Ihnrtricrnoon, nothing more,
Doctor I'nrkcr li.m litcn appointcil to take
cli.itKeof tlic illipenaary practice, when Mr,
St. Allian's college opcncil miisTactnrlly on
the I7lli. Mr. j. I), Strunglst'ilcnchilr.ivvint',
Messrs. OrHllrcy Itliriflc. ami A. K. Clcghorn
liavc nt last rcsigncil from the board of Immi
Captain Turner of the Irwin Ins sent ttiis
office some laic papers which have been prate
D.Ktor McAllister has announced the re
moval of Ills denial office lo quarters on the
south west corner of llotc) and I'ort streets.
'I he Harmony Ixiilgc of Odd l'ellows is to
occupy the commodious hall mer Mr. Vayt's
new stores, on King street.
Consul Ijiinc flag was dying last Sunday
and Monday, in honor oflhc hirthdayof Mexi
can independence, the ifilh.
"One thousand strangers " will he t lie
theme of Mr. Ctiimii'si morning sermon j and
" Vertebrates or Molltisl.:," of his evening
On Monday at ion. in. tome very valuable
lands on Kauai, some rice lands at Walkiki,
anil six mortgage sales will lie disposed of nt
V. V. Adams' auction rooms.
Although Mr, V. A. Kinney has not fully
recovered his strength, )ct, having gone to
Waialua to recuperate, hopes to be at hiswork
ngain within a foilnight.
The Guild of St. Andrews met last Thursday
evening at the residence of llcv. Alexander
Mackintosh in Nuuami Valley. It goes with
out saying that the reunion wai a pleasant one.
So far ns the brick work is concerned, the
Campbell lllock approaches completion; mean
while, St. AiidrcwV Cathedral and the library
building are coming on apace.
It is getting to be the regular thing for some
native toifall off one of the wlianca, at least
once a week. Thanks to the national ability
to swim, nothing worse than a ducking results.
An ice cjream wagon went its moonlit and
starlit 'rounds lliiiiig the past week.. The
scheme originated with the Mart Ilros., anil
deserves tic patronage of a grateful coustitu-
The Kriday evening socials for strangcrscon-
tiuue to entertain an appreciate public at the
Numim ni-rt kindcrgattcn. Miss Ilicczc has
cut out for herself a good work; and, fortu
nately, seelns to be appreciated.
Suit lus.jlK.-cn brought in the . Police Court
by Mrs. Watson for two hundred dollars
damages, ng jinst the proprietor of the Keystone
I Saloon lor furnishing her husliand with licpior.
The case is to bo tried on Monday morning
Some funny mistakes in dates, made by the
Press a few weeks since, make the writer
charitable of a funny mistake made by one of
the other papers this wei'k, by which the Javan
ese tidal wave was represented as occurring on
the 2Sth instant.
"With Mr. S. M. Damon as auditor, Mr. A,
Jaeger ns secretary and the president and other
officers previously announced, the affairs of
the Mutual Telephone Company ought iq be
pushed, economically, tapidly and effectively,"
wasiv ,Ut, "on change," last Monday.
f Last Saturday's performances nt the Musical
Hall hoc ill attended. In some respects the
panoiaim entertainment was excellent. Hut a
dollar a head is certainly too heavy an assess
ment. It is true the matinee was at half price,
ami ought to have drawn a crowd.
Ulcvcn of the German laborers from Kauai
plantations have decided to return to work.
' Appeals from the decision of the lower court
will piobably be heard before the interincdiary
' court on the 27th instant in the cases of eigh
teen of the disaffected,
I ' Letters patent were issued on the 20th inst,
to It. h. Dillingham upon hi "Ilreakcr Plow,"
pursuant to application made and model de
ported in the interior department. The
peculiar merits of the invention have .been
already rccognued by many of our plant cis.
Hev, S. C. Damon officiated in tlicnuuiage
of M!v Martha Holster lo Mr. Kobcit II.
Donnelly of Sydney, last Saturday night. The
ceremony was performed at the residence of
the bride's father. After the marriage Mr.
Damon chifstened the infant son of Mr. Henry
Walker, Mrs. Walker having been a MUs
( There is said to lie a strong feeling among
a many or the Chinese merchants against con-
tinuing the license to the Chinese theatre. It
U believed by some, of the most intelligent nlid
influential among those mcichanu to lie an In-
. jury to the Chinese of Honolulu. The author-
1 ilies may convince themselves of the truth of
this by inquiry.
j, An ingenious small buy on King street near
,' Lunalilo has made an instrument of torture
with which he simulates the moaning of un
quiet souls predestined to Purgatory, It is (he
wildest, vilcrdcst, vvocfullest pipe of Pan that
ever puckered mortal lips. The govcrnient
organ and the oiiu slilnged luteal the Chinese
., llu-alrc aic cclesthl and serene In comparison,
( Captain Mcliilcns of the police force has
t Ufii .ijnwintcsl special agent of the humane
1 society. It Is dilticult lo understand how he
can be at onccMtl eincient iMlicciii.in and luve
I time lo work tit cases of cruelty. It is honed.
-Jhowcver, thai he will 'MirMgc this difficulty"
. ami render 1 tiocllve service in tin' noble caue
- in which he has engaged; and continue, at the
same time, hl good record a a police utliccr.
, "llic George De Long, Post, (LA. t. will
fCvfcUatc tu-day in a iult way by a basket
yuciuc at uocior I rouiean Waikiki ground..
J An uiunihut, to accommodate member of llic
iipoU and iheii friends, will ive the Iowr
I Jirtdgs! on Nuuanu direct at 10 a.m. It will
li driven down School stivct, in 1os'tQ
Khw, and out the Utter avenue to tho',D!at
ot iWitutioii. A unch waiuu v. ill poUiWy
fellow, the 'bu.
Tin txrrllcnci of Mr ti( ,irtiV)' gincji r
adctlc, now on draught at llollister's Wirt '
street drug store has had n stimulating effect
jlipon the enterprise of Mr. Hopkins of Palmer
X. Thatcher's I'ort street store, who has im
ported from Waukesha, Wisconsin, some of tfw
celebrated Itelttmul.t water, the favorite tem
perance tipple of Senator William Window.
Waukesha has a fine Hawaiian sound ami
ought to take here. It h really a Chnctow
wonl meaning, " Heap Good."
Mr. A. G. nils Im blosnomed Out as an ar
mtrnn, having recently fjhreii Mr. J. I). Strong
n commission to paint Mm a bit of the Wi
klkl bench, some ocean ami n eanoc. The
order is in evidenee of Mr. Hills' generous ex
pansion in the genial atmosphere of our islands.
This commission is especially creditable to Mr.
'.Ills, because he generally takes the cranmlj
sions himself, The iiicture it all that the pat
ron's fancy painted it, ami more too; for Mr.
Strong ha put In one of his strongly drawn
figures a kanaka, nude lo the waist, with half
tense muscles forcing his fishing canoe into the
sea. In the near distance is Diamond Head,
Mr. George Macfarlane's residence nt its foot,
embowered in a grove of coacnanuts, that were
planted for the purpose by the artist. Joking
apart, the picture is a good one. It has been
on view at Messrs. Lyenn & Johnson's during
part of the week.
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7if Qtimi lliiHiilfnt.
The executive committee of the trustees of
the Queen's Hospital have decided to proceed
with the erection of a flame building for the
exclusive useof women. It was agreed among
the trustees nt llicjuly meeting to undertake
this work, Subsequently the visiting com
mittee reported a falllngolT in attendance and
a consequent decrease of receipts. Upon this
showing some of the trustees thought It would
be best to husband resources and fit up the
wooden addition last built ns a woman's ward.
The objection wjs overruled, however, ami a
plan, prcparcil by the architect of Mr. George
I. uens, was accepted.
This plan is for a handsome wooden struc
ture, 38 feet front nml 53 feet tlcep. In ad
dition to this there will be a large kitchen de
talched from the eastern side of the house.
The main building will have an upper and
lower veranda on the seaward side. Ilclow
there will be a ruocptlon room, dining room,
matron's room, three rooms for patients and
the necessary closets and bath rooms. Alxivc
are six rooms for patients. Seven ol the
rooms will be used for the jiaticnls singly; but
two of the second floor room arc sufficient!)
large to accomodate two patients each. The
walls will be double, the floors deadened, nnd
every convenience that experience can suggest
will be provided in fitting and furnishing
although the rooms for patients will be fur
nished only as needed.
There are Three reasons for the recent fall
ing off in attendance: the increase of govern
ment physicians on the other islands togrthcr
witli the increase of hospital accommodations
on the plantations; the fact that the increase of
steam communication with the coast has made
it possible for the United States Consulate to
send sailors to the marine hospital of San
I'rancisco; nnd the decrease in the regular and
prolonged attendance of native women.
The medical management of the huspilal
is apparently satisfactory to the whole com
munity and the woman's building ought to ndd
not only to the usefulness of the institution,
but to its popularity.
Tir Altrr Ulon:
I desire to put on record what I have noticed
in relation lo the singular lurid after-sunset
glow that has been observable several times in
our skies for more than two weeks. It is Im
possible not to surmise a connection between
Ihi-se and thcijnormoiLi. volcanic :.;....,(
the Straits of Sunda. 1 hope that others may
publish what they have observed.
I first noticed these peculiar appearances on
"Wednesday, the 5th instant, nt 7 p.m. so
long after sunset that ordinarily no trace of
color remains on the western sky. Thcskv
from south-west to west was then covered with
a lurid red and dull jellow glow, much resem
bling that produced by a distant conflagration.
This extended loan altitude of 15 or 20 de
grees. Something of the same was also dis
tinguishable in the eastern sky. I continued
to distinguish this light until 7.25. Mr. J. V.
Drown sas that he oliscrvr.il it until 7.45.
Aftuj 7.25 I was otherwise engaged ; hut at
that hour all trace of twilight has ordinarily
long ceased. My wifeobsmol this phenom
enon much earlier than myself, and had
much lo say about a peculiar lurid yellowish
brown lint, which was not visible when she
called me to observe. This lint was noticeable
on the eastern sky before sunset.
Similar phenomena have been observable on
successive evenings Bincc the above date, but
not in so great degree. Last evening, Sep
tember iSth, a deep crimson glow occupied the
south-western sky, like that of an immense
conflagration, until 7.15.
I would note three peculiarities of this phe
nomenon, distinguishing it from ordinary sun
set reflections, and unlike) anj thing I remember
to have oliserved before. First 1 It appeals to
be n reflection frhm no cloud or stratum of
vapor whatever. An (indefinable haze might,
perhaps, be fancie'd to be the medium leflecl
ing sunliglit. Second : The inculiar luritl clow
as of a distant conflagration, totally unlike our
common sunsets. Third t The vuy late hour
lo which Ihc light was observable long past
the usul hour of total cessation of twilight,
To these may be added a fourth peculiarity -that
the centre of brilliancy was more or less
to the south of nest.
I am disposed to conjecture that some vcr)
light clement among the vapors of the Java
viuptions has continued at a very great height
in the atmosphere, and liecn borne by the
upper currents across the Pacific into (his
region,. The best evidence of the sutiniscd
connection with those eruptions would be the
tracing of an increased appearance of these
piieuomcua eastward ncioss the "acific. If
the like and greater luihlncss were observable
at Strong' Island, llonablc, Kuk, the Ij
drones, Manilla, and by vessels at sea jn those
longitudes, it would confirm the supination.
It will be Interesting nlo to trace the extent
of this phenomenon to (hi- eastward. Ha. It
been perceptible in California ?
I would earnestly ihv ite, in behalf of science,
all shipmasters and mate to publi.h what they
may have observed nt sea during September of
tins iwculur lumluoi of the "evening sky, or
else totcoiumAn!cate Ihc facts to some one who.
will put them on record, Mr, C, J, L)ons, at
the government survey office, U specially
engaged in meteorological olisctvations, and
would U a suitable person to receive 'such
It seems also worthy of iiupiiiy how' far the
existence ofa volcanic haze in the air inayhave
been productive of hot weather during rhU
month, py incieaMng Ihc capacity of the atmos
phere lo alisorli ssdar hek4 also by diminish
ing ill, cnivtcity lo transmit the cooling radia
tion of heat from the earth ' suifice,
Uespectrully, S. l' lljsiloi-.
Honolulu, Septcuilier 19, SSj.
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Watohinu Court Housethe public school
building doing service al the, (line-was
IKHtllly decorated duiiog the opening of the
fit session held in ihu fiflh circuit. Chief
Juliceudd, who iciuracu from Kau Lut Sun
oy, piMldcd. T
rut: iioiuiiiit .v.f.ir.i
The great esent of the year has been the
Javanese-Sumatrsn volcanic eruption, earth
quake and tidal wave. The loss of life has
Iwen appalling. The maximum estimate It
100,000 and the minimum Is 75,000. The
Accounts at hand are meagre ami unsatisfac
tory. The first eruption took place during
the Inst of last month. The following is taken
from telegraphic accounls lo the San Francisco
Much of the northern portion of the Island
was. covered with .trees of the forests, which
were soon in one great bkie. The red-hot
vomitincs from the craters had set the trees on
fire. As the eruption Increased in frequency
and vWlence, the dlsturliance of the wTitcrs
surrounding the barren const became more and
more violent. Three waves came whelming
over a marshy plain along the shore, suddenly
engulfing a hamlet of fishermen's rude houses,
and turning swiftly back, swept away almost
every vestagc of the whole hamlet. A second
before it had leen a bustling village. The
surrounding country which but a few hours be
fore was covered witli flnurhhl-'g plantations
of coffee, rice, sugar, indigo or tobacco, the
staples of the land, were now but mud,
stones and lava, a field or destruction anil
ruin. Not a single crop in Java will be saved.
At the entrance of llatavia was n large
ermm of houses, cxtendinc alone the shore
and occupied by Chinamen. This portion of
toe city was entirely swept away, ami 01 the
twcnty-lrve lliousnml Chinese who lived in
this swnmnv lilnin. it is hardlv nrobable that
more than live thousand managed to save their
lives, (Jl thirty-live humlrid l.uropeans and
Americans in llatavia, pcrhain eight hundred
have nenshed, It is imiwsslhle to make any
estimate of the creat pecuniary loss. Anicr,
the i-.urrmc.-rn and American quarter, was hrst
Overwhelmed by rocks, mud, ami lava from
Ihc crater, and then the waters came up and
swallowed the ruins, leaving nothing to mark
the site, and causing the loss of somewhere in
the nciiihbiuthood of two hundred lives of the
inhabitants and those who had tried to firyl a
refuge there. Ilantam, once a prosperous
native city, but practically abandoned by
l.uropeans many years ago, was entirely
covered by water, and there must have been
from twelve hundred to fifteen hundred people
The island of Zcrand, just off the coast, was
complitcly inundated, and not a soul remains
on it to tell the tale' of disaster and death. At
Chcrcbin there was no great flood of waters
but the loss of life and property by the fallim:
of rocks and the flow of lava must have been
considerable. Iluctcnorg suffered very
seriously, as did Samarang, Gog, Lakerta,
Sourakerta, and Sourabaya, while the meagre
reports from the leser towns indicate that
their loss was as great in proportion. The
" thousand temples " al llrambana were very
much damancd, and some of them destroyed.
Some of the domes of the noted Temple of
IIuoIkmIo were crushed in by the huce fallinc
rocks. All the lighthouses in the strait of
sunda have disappeared, and where the
mountain Kramatar formerly stood the sea
now flows. The aspect of Sunda straits is
much changed, and navigation is dangerous.
The Sun's. London cablegram nr)s: Later
reports from llatavia are of a more encourag
ing nature, although details of the horrors of
the eruptions continue to come in. After the
sudden subsidence of disturbances in the king
dom of llatavia on Monday the eruptions
seemed to lose their force for a time nnd the
people of llatavia experienced a feeling of
relict in me nope mat tnc worst was passed.
The quieter condition continued until about
10 o'clock, when the craters once more began
to send up great masses of destructive matter,
although without the force of the former
action. The eruptions seemed to be more
violent at night than during the day. Ily 11
o'clock Sapanda)ang, which is 1034 feet nigh
was in a very active state of paraxysmil erup
tions. It was accompanied by detonations,
said to have been heard many miles away in
Sumatra. Three distinct columns of flame were
seen to rise from the mountain toa vast height)
and its whole surface appeared as if covered
with fiery streams which spread to great distances-
on all sides. Stones Tell for miles
around, and the black fragmentary matter that
was carried into Ihc air caused total darkness.
A whirlwind accompanied this eruption,, by
which houscroofs, trees and men and horses
were carried into the air.- The quantit) of
ashes ejected was such as to cover the ground
and roofs of houses id Denami to the depth of
several inches. Off Point Coay the floating
pumice on the, sea formed a la)cr'two feet
llilcic, lli76ugli"v.hicli 1ssel3 crossed the "bay
witli great difficulty.
The rise of vapor produced the appearance
of a column several thousand feet high, based
on the edge of the crater. It appeared from a
distance to consist of a mass ol innumerable
globular clouds of extreme whiteness, resem
bling vast balls of cotton rolling one over the
other as they ascended, impelled by the pres
sure of fresh supplies incessantly uiged upward
by the continued explosions. At a great
height the column dilated horizontally and
spread into dark" anil turbid circles. The
cloud was shaped like an immense umbrella.
Korkid lightning of great vividness and beauty
was continually darting from different parts of
Suddenly the scene was changed. The
mountain was split into seven parts without a
moment's warning and where Sapandayang
stood alone there were now seven distinct
peaks drawn up to a great height. In the
seams which were opened could be seen great
masses of molten matter. From the fissures
poured clouds of steam and the-black ejected
lapillo flowed In a steady stream and ran
dow 11 the mountain side from a bed 200 or 300
feel In extent. The exhalations of carbonic
acid gas were so abundant that fowls and
animals in large numbers were killed by it and
a few human beings lost their lives in the same
way. This proved to be the turning ivoint of
the eruption, for the great fissures opened
seemed lo act as safety-valves, through which
the streams of lava gently ftowed down into
the valleys. The volcanic fires, thounh stilt
burning at last advices, had lost most of their
fierceness, and the streams created afforded a
vent without being forced through thocoinpara'
lively narrow mouths of the; old cratirs.
One of the queer incidents was the sudden
rising of fourteen new v olcatiic mountains in the
straits ol bunda, forming a complete chain in
almost a sliaight line between Point St.
Nicholas, on the lavancsc coast, nnd II.11.1
x)int, on the coast of Sumatra, almost on the
tops ol what had been the Mcrsk and Middle
islands, which sank into the sea on Monday.
So serious arc the changes In the coast and en
tire formation of the .straits of Sunda that the
llritish Government and I.lovd's thU cvenhm
telegraphed from Lmdou lo all loreign Hints
warning vessels that navigation of these waters
nan ix-cume cvceediniily danecrous. In the
city of lleiitam, where Hod person were at
nrsi supposes! to nave, pcrisned, the bodies of
iSoo have ah tidy len recovered. Some Sou
inhabitants at the interior town of Waring aie
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now Known 10 ue kiiic-u. and at ratatra. on the
coast, 300 budlea have been found. From all
over the island come teiits of loss of life and
probity. It is thought at llatavia thai the
estimate 01 75,000 killed will not prov c exces
sive. On the lowlands of llatavia, where the
waters have receded and quieted down, hun
dred of bruised and mangled Unties are Ijing
exKbcd and arc K-Ing buried as fast as jhis
sible, in order lo prevent the breeding and
spread of contagion. While there is some
cause of anxiety on this score, it U thought the
greater number of Imdics, in the interior were
so dried and scorched by the hot lava and
stones that they will not putrefy. The liodiii.
of those drowned by ihc lidal wave can lie
taken care of with reasonable facility by the
coast sanitary corps, now gittlng rapidly to
The ).,- I,luiiil4.
The Kabul! court house Is said tu tie well
A dry llumc i Iwing built by Mr, C, D,
Miller al llonokaa, Hawaii.
Mr, Unna has devoted .1 piece of land In
Ilaiu, Maui, for the erection of a Unman
Catholic Church, by Portuguese and others.
It is rcpoitcd (hat the Kcvlpiucily Sugar
Company of liana Maui, w'lll plant 200 acres
of cane this vcar, and will have nearly 150
acres ready to cut next Spiing.
The I'UntcrV AocLition of llilo District,
met t WaicAca, Tuevlay, (he Mill, todUcuss
ttwlr intciests. 1 he (ax aseWi taidincM in
gaMim; lut IkjoVs ready for cxhil.il. was com
mented oh. Some srem iu IBb.,l, (hft M j,
ti)ioi; to be 4la MHart," a ihe plaotiu
made, him joj the mark." Ust jwr, and it U
said thai he do not projoe letliiv; tbein have
iheii ov.n way if lie can avoid it.
Ame Aunnttttrtt Otih.
A Joung gentleman from the Advertiser
office has been permitted t'pon promising 10
keep his hands off the clean walls to examine
Under strict survillance a numlier of the
most elegant private parlors in Honolulu in
order to determine the degree of taste Of
which he is a judge manifested by the most
magnlfTrtnt of our residents, Of whom his
own tastes nnd mental endowment fit him to
be one. and is surprised to find that the finest
parlors In the city are so very neat and grand.
Oh, my'l At one place a friend Advertiser
young man chums with the butler? ushered him
into a residence emliowcrcd in the most luxur
iant Vegetation. Jcames Yellow plush could
scarcely have done better than that.) At the
door he left hat and cane on a nobby The
young gentleman who uses the word "nobby"
wears "pants" and speaks of himself as a
"gent." contrived for the purposein a hallway,
dimly lighted by a Mngle hanging lamp, for it
was evening. For it was cvcningl A portal
tothc right then opened; Knter the portal. he
looked In and was quite enchanted at first
sight. At one fell swoop. There weie walls
of immaculate white Lath and plaster. hcrr
and there cmliellished with exquisite painting.
Hale fresco, In one corner of the room was
a piano. How odd, On the floor was a
fine rare old fashioned carpet woven in dark
rich colors. Tapestry, home-made. The
rcmiining statuettes Ilcsidcs the walls, paint
ing, piano and carpet. busts, furniture and
brie a brae it would lie quite Impossible to de
scribe from the first casual inspection So? but
probably what gave Ihc most fascination wns
the almost pale Almost ? more powder miss.
spiritual face of a young lady Lady's maid or
nurse or chamber lady, be explicit, please Ihc
presiding genius of the place, Maid of all
vvorkl thank )ou. whom nature had endowed
with the rarest of her gifts, faultless beauty
and brilliant intelligence Of course. He
has heard much said alioul the "best" people
In the community Though he was never lie
fore privileged to enter one of their parlors
but during a residence of over a half a vcar
none have lioastcd Ilecausc the "best" people
arc ladies and gentlemen and do not " boast."
of the liandsoint pallors or the stately
womanly loveliness that adorns them with a
glory and halo which partakes of the angelic.
It is recommended that joh try a cooling
regimen, lielhcsda water altcrn.-fling with Iced
gingcradette. A cold towel liound nround )our
binning brow is also good for your complaint,
young "g in."
Kcv. J. Kalana was installed pasloi of the
Haila Church, Hilo, Sunday evening, the oth
instant. Kcv. K. P. Ilakcr, Kcv. A. O.
Forbes, Kcv. W. II. Olcson and a ncighlmring
native pastor assisted.
There have been recent enjoyable Sunday
school concerts and church socials held nt Hilo,
Doctor Kittridge, Mr. Luther Severance and
others being responsible for much innocent
amusement and profit. Al'lhe Sunday school
concert, on the 9th instant, Miss Cora Hitch
cock, Miss' Helen Severance, Miss Clara Ship-
man, Mr. Levi Lyman and Mr. II. Harding
recited, and there was singing and other appio
Laugh and grow fat ami advertise, Sliaiiifitatr.
When is a tree like a liniment ? When it
"My dear," said a husband to his wife,
" what kind of a stone do you suppose they will
give me when I am onc." She answered
coolly, " lirimstone, John." Uesolved to
"heap coal? of fire u)on her head," he went
away and ordered one of MossTnan's stone water
coolers, for which she had long sighed.
Oscar Wilde says Ihc Knglisl, dude is not
wanted in the United States "because the
Yankee dood'll do." Wlicrcuion Messrs.
Dillingham and Co. reply that, should any
suh-ducd Hawaiian develop itself they are
ready to lock it up In a magncso-calcitc safe,
or if necessary put it put with an Ilarkncss
It is-said that a true Iiostnnian is one who,
when he is in Koine, docs as the ISostonians
do. The true Honolulan, on the other
hand, is he who appreciates Osgood thing
wnen ne sees 11, aim consequently appreciates
the wonderful display of nit treasures, now on
view at the sales rooms of Messrs G. W. Mac
farlanc and Co.
Little Susie, on coming home from her first
attendance at church, was nsked how it hap
pened that she went lo sleep'. "All the
men did, said Susie. Now the writer is con
fident that if Susie had had one of the pretty
fall hats now to be purchased nt Mellis', she
v.ould have been So glad and grateful that she
would have kept awake thinking of her good
fortune in having a nice papa and mamma to
get, it for her.
Miss Dolly White, of Newbury, Vermont,
has' recently celebrated her centenary. She is
said to posscis an unimpaired intellect and a
remarkable memory. It is very likely that,
being a New linglander, her "daily bread " is
largely made up of those nutritious and appe
tizing preparations of com meal, wheat, and
other farinaceous compounds of which Messis,
Henry May and Co have so large ami -various
A mother standing at the gate, calls lo her
Iniy who is exactly sisty-elght feet distant. Il
takes two minutes and twenty-two seconds for
the sound lo reach him. I'ind from this the
velocity with which a woman's voice travels,"
After )ou have done this lake counsel of your
wife, and, after she has expressed her senti
ments, drive her to Waterhoiisc's Fori street
slorc, and see with what velocity her voice
will .order a new dress from the splendid
stock before her.
Mr, Gibson, Mr, Walker, Mr. Cladc, and
Mr. Drown were iccn in earnest consultation
near the corner of Kort and Hotel streets, last
Thursday evening. It was at first believed
that they Intended to arrange a new- Cabinet
that should harmoniie all interests ; but sub
sequently It was discovered that he only ob
ject of their conversation was tho excellence of
the lluhesda water, on draught at I'almer
and Thatcher's drugstore, of which they had
just imrtakcn, griotly to their tifieshmeiit.
A nun mlveiticil for a "lu'limsle h
tdull Iw a coniiiaiilon of my heait, my licail.
buy lot." A earulklate for llic situation vvroter
"I 1I0111 care to know aii)lliin(j alxiut our
licail or licait j Imt how liiy Is )our lot ? " U
that ouiir mail hail lUtI In UunoIuy lie
noul.1 havi; been nulcitly uUigcil to confc
that, larijc a it vvo, iU lol'vuu iwll( tlun
llic lot of new anil Hajilc gotxU brought over
ly Mr. Samuel Nott on Ills riccnt iclutti fiom
San Kraticiyo, "incliulini; fine line of silver
Somcmicviiii telling rroresor AlexanJer,
the other ilay, about a inke of furniture
tomewlierc in thU city sak) to In aver mvcii
bunsircsl j car. okl. "Thar nothing," r?-I'Us-tt
Ihe surver-Bencral, "I've an Arabic
table at homo ovir four tltousArMl ycart okl,"
What kind of a tabic can ll be" aiVa.1 the
oihcr.' Why it' a luuiiiiilkaikw tablf," K.
pli.-a Ihe jH-vfwir, Urjl)-. If anvone vsanu'a
Ii)ly gu.l uWe, honevvr. he lu only to
iiiisrvlew (he iwrmkir manai..,. of tie Cafr
furnla. rumituieuuimtictuiiny Cointuny, oril
H.moiei, . I!. I , SfptemVr . .Ms.
, pll of quietude ami trade inactivity hasUVen
n ,...! m r r th. . ,1 1 . .
posswshm of ih. m,innwl,, noLrihsiamlmfi the very
glowing ttartmenti in the eontrary In our Saturday
eontMnporay'a cimmtrcial. The political unrest cf ih
cnmmnmiy the pl two wcsls have had lutrtVtln
dnffing tendencies reward Imsiness enterprise or jtu.
laifcrn. We will admit that the Is ewsidtrable ae
llvlt) otombte on the face of things, km the bulk of
this IS directly connected with the building Intercuts
How In progress in the pr!ntirrbunel pontons ef the
city. Outside of M, our hvqnlrles have filled (a elklt
facts lo warrant the assertion of onr contemporary,
already alluded lo.
1 he linantia! strait that the government was reported
to be In has Uen tided oxer for it time being, and a
number of claims hive been cubed this week. A mr
lion Of IhhtlMtlf relitf was effected through personal
effort on the part or the minister of the Interior, on
terms reported l be above llioe of the late loan act.
1 be Impression lias prevailed thai loans under former
xts had been entirely talen np : if m, it beeonrci a
quenion whether principal and Interest, both, will not
be repudiated at the nest teghUturt, more eeclally If
a rigorous iiiMneial committee it apiolnted tq eitnmine
into department attain.
Shipjiln; matters for the week have no! Iieen lively,
our only foretjtn arrival ling the W. (1. Irwin, from
San Krancisco, with a full cargo of assorted mer
chandise ami const produce. The arrival of the
Madras en root e for Hongkong has In looked for
with interest, n the was reported to follow In four
diss, with the mail. '
In exports the KalaVaua took n partial cargo, valued
at $20,904 64, and the Consuelo a full cargo valued at
SM9 95. bod, for s,n rrandsco.
Messrs Lyons k Levey offer nt noon to-dav two Mr-
eels of real estate situate at I'alama, Honolulu, and at
Ihe Government llullding the Marshal will offer a large
nnmlrof leises, principally of rice lands at Knolan,
Oal.it, to lad-fy Ihc claim of Chan llee Nan against
l.y hin .Mol. On Monday Mr. Adams will sell some
valuable tracts of land on Kanal, belonging to llic
estate of C. Titcomb, and a vrcel of rice land nt
To-morrow the Zealandis may Ije" considered ns due
from the Colonies en route lo San I'rancisco. Corres
pondents nnd Intending passengers will do well lobe
tlnttnhthl Stntk tllitt Itnnit llrrhnnyv.
Session, Monday, Peptemlier 17, 1881.
Haiku Kugir Co
Kohala Sugar Co
The I'lincevrlle Plantation Co
Tho Waihiku Sugar Co t
Ihe Hawaiian Agricultural Co... r
Makce Sugar Co
Wnimanalo Sugar Co '.......
tounkaa Sugar Co e $1500 r sh. pd. Ui
'I he Koloa Sugar Co
Ookala tygar Co i
VVaihee Sugar Cot
Pacific Mill Cu. r
KditieA Sugar Co
Ililea Surrar Co
drove Kanch I'lantaliun Co. , ,t , .
Union Mill Co., $750 per share paid up
iiowaiu I.O.. .. ..
Star Mill Co- ,
Ilisl Maul Plantation Co ,
OnomeA Sugar Co. , ,
Paukaa Sugar Co. .
Keciprocitj Sugar Co. . . . -.
I-iupahoehoe Swear Co
WaiWapu Sugar Co ,
ilaliwa Sugar Co.
Ilonoinlnu Sugar Co
'I he Hawaiian Kailmld Co...,
Kahului Railroad Co .fiCT
Hawaiian Ilell Telephone Co
Hawaiian 'I elephone Co., (Maui) ....
Kauai 'I elephunic Co
1 1 ilo .t Hawaii telephone S Tel. Co...
StlSCri LANEOI'S) STOCKS ASI1 inIK.
1 1m Honolulu Iron Works Co
C. Urewcr.v. uiiinny, (Mercantile).,
InlemUnd Srcam Navrgirinn Co
I'.. O. Hall S. Son, (Limited)'
Sixpercent Hawaiian bonds
Seven per cent Hawaiian bonds
Nine per cent Hawaiian bonds
roidiares K. 0. Hall &"Son, at 130.
II. KiaUENSciiNEIDER, Secretary:
Chukai, ch, from Waialua .
Pauahi, sxti, from Hanalei
Kekauluohi. sell, from HaiiaM
('aten'ns, trh, fn.ni Hanalcr "
.(.ilrlike, sir, Kin, from Ilik, nnd way iiorts . "
.Malolu.icli, from rlakaUilr . ..,.. ........ "
krlauea I lou, srr, Siars from Kahului .... "
VV.unialu, sch, from Hakalau '
VVaibh, ks.Ii, from Paauhau ...,..., "
V. (!. rum. Am ligtnc. Turner, from S. l"co. '
lalu, sch, from Kuliotalele '
C S, Hulbcrt, Am bk, Davis, from Astoria,
put rn in distress
Mokohi, sir, McGregor, fiom Koolau
Wainunalo, Mr, Nelion, from Waimanalo .... "
Ischua, srmr, lrcnrcn, from Moblai and
KaUkaua, Haw bk, Miller, for San rrancIscaSepl.
KaMor.ss.ti, for Iutpahoehoe
Wuilele, sell, for Mahso ,.. '
Itiua. Sim. Loremen. tar Mni..Lni n.i.l lrn ,
Jennie, sch, for Hanamaulu , ,, "
alarion. sch, for Kukuinaele '
C II lltshop. stm. for ICauar '
Kauikeaouh. sch. fo, Kaiut
Consm lo. Am Italic. Cousins, for Sari Frail.
Likchkc, sua, King, for I lib and way ports..". "
Kilauea lluu, rtm, Sean, for Kahului "
lualaiil, slnr, Itales, tor Maakiea, Kona, and
Lhul.il, sch, for Waialua '
lames Makce, stm.M'Honald, for Kauai "
Lmma, sch, for Kuulau '
Alice, sch, for Alolokai
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
Martha Kidkout, Scars
Ca 1 HAM I.N. Hubliard
.. .Am. bk
.. Am. sch
. .Am LI.
Islk of Asr.i hsitA, Diney
C. O, Wiiitsiokl', Calhoun
W. ( Irwin, Turner
C S, IluiDtKT, Davis '..,
Vessels Expected from Foreign Ports.
Hkbmbn, (Ser.Jilr. Majatlak Sander
Due Nov. i-s. II. HacUeld i Co., Aijenls.
IIkluin, Haw. U.. Kaik lloihfoss
Due Nov. 13.30. II. llackfeld tCo., AcenU.
CARDiff, Han-. I.L Iolani (iarrcli
Due Dec. 1 10. II. HacLfeld & Co., Ajcnrs.
New Castle, N. S. W lint bk Ar.nns IViuon . .Guy
Due Nov. i-ro. II. ILuUctJ a-Co., Acenti.
New CASTtK, N. S. V tier bk CiiaiSTtNK, Wddfane
Due Oct, io-jo. 11. Hackfeld Co., AcerUfc
New Cast lc, N H VV, IIuli: 1el . . , . .. !
For Mahukoru. Due bept. as-3a S, G. W'rMcr
& Co., Afenrt.
Nbw Voki:, Am. bk. b'fARTAN . . .Crossley
Overdue. Cast le a; Cooke, Agents,
NtivVoRtc, IJrit. bk, llKNRt Jamks Ijrihnvrc
Du Oct ao-s. Castle & Cooke, Aecnls.
LivaaiSHiL, Hut bk. Maujoatk . .Ldlln
Due now. T. II. Davie& Co., Acents.
I.IWK1001, llrit. ship AoriRvsTwrTii Castlk .Harries
lo sad Au, aj, T. H. Davles X Oi, Agents.
Port IJAUbia, Am. ternM. I:. SuiTit Kiucle
Norfduefor.Mahukona. h. O. Wilder 4. Co., Autv
", ..,'.. " IJVtM.
ror .Slatiukona, Di
Due Oct. 1-5. . (j. Wilder i
Port (.ah iiif. Am. bk. Hnic Penhallow
Dim now. lowers fc Cooke, Ajems,
IIosion, Am. bk, Martha Davis. . Ilenson
ijuciKi. i-j. i lirswerKl-a, Asentv
5an i-a.ici), Dm SS Madras. , .liradley
liiuiMw. 1'. II. Davics&.Co,,A(cnis.
SAI. I RAhCUCO, T. U. S. S. CITY or NW Vokk Cobb
Du !se4. e it. jlackfcld&Co., Aictus.
Ssw rRANiikcw, Am. bktrie. Kila. . owe
Du &e. a-3o. C Itra.ir & Co., Aginls.
SA KAhClscn, bkme. LA. FalklNUURa .trtodman
Du. Sept. j.jo. Casllc & Ciwke, Ajents.
San I a sni isco, Am. IV. D. C Murray UuJeroo.
Du. Sspi. aj-jo. r A. klueftr ,t Ca, Agents,
Ssn Irahciscii, iUw. unir, Camilla .. . Saw
Du. Otr, 10-15. II. I. S. N Ca, Ai:nis.
-I'lllLAIiimilA, llaw.umr, Kinu,.....Vmi aOtwiili
Due Nov. r.j. Wilder . Co., An.'nts.
li'unnirr,Am. sch. Mary K. Dim,., Paul
Doe OiT. icvft, AILn & UbMiison, Agents.
IIumruiut, Amrcrn D. .S. VViLijsws, ..W'inani
Due now, Lewers, Cooke, Agents,
Du bept. 4. II HacirelJ &. c( Agcllls.
H0M.M,M.t l,r bk iRIkORKII UkllUD
DueOvt.iio II. ilackfeUfcCo.,AKnis.
HoM.kiiAo, Ccr.SS, IkGO ,
Port IIlavslK), AaulAlne, Aiiulia Newlull
Due SieH. M-po. Allen & Robinta,, Agenu.
Coi-jtraut, II. f. U.l..s. Kuwisis ..
llqii)VOo, -rfbk UaRI'1li'H KmUh
Jalpit, AiubetiK HatAsn Tlciney
Du mail Nov. A. F. Cuukk, Aeenl.
JalijIT, Ha. KhKALVa Usill
Vit m ill Os.s. A. F. CoOkK, Agsnts.
From Maul an.1 Hi
Iroia Kahatui. oer LiUua lli s .. u,- f
Swilh aJ tiwdy, Mr.'j' It llubrun; 1 ft II.W. J
It Cummuig,'M C lia-u, k Haw J, f A PdntulM. S
and djuitilcr. Ilia Mosac
,.lF?i,V'!i."&V??.'' I -"". Kepi. l-Mlv.
M R HluWi.T K K.j.o.11., D Nuley A ltWi.
t' i " . llaJstwk, K N lllfelscsxVll M'lWS-
i, Amiicr i; ricke, .Mix UNnl
. sIbh-il ( .--j . i,Lt.,n ite
.. . ' -..r. TT" -- - -"T.. ... h. a ix
IWJ.io, eita.U, W lOj.ia, K NaluWi.
, ttnua Saa Vmuthto, uer W 0 Irvisr,
m S PwintUo, (sir W G Irvisr, Sut, it-E
lromMAuIan.1 llaoarl, n.r UiUf.i, Seu u- Ilo,,
t ludtl. VV. Austiu VVbitt,,.. f II Vll 1 I: si..i
, rilKaUklaurr. LyunTcwMay, H' J W.U.
1 and family, K Wbmwy, G. W U.is K Morton.
p VlnnlJ,tLa,'u,l.ST, S-Mi J
.,...,...,.... . . J
. rDT iMamnnu .u01oka1.ptr1.em1a, sepi. 17 r; lone,
J II Cummin,-.. J MtCotpm, Mrs. llW, I Nell.
r'nr Kami, per t K Ilkrmp; Set. it-S W Wilcox
end wife, A II lxUmiein, (.apt Allsstn, C Johmorr,
.. ' ". Stn Franc!co, r Lonsnelo, Sept
Vaughn ami ihild. Harry Thomas.
For Kom and Kau, per Iwaram. Sept. 18 Mrs
Mist and tli Id. 51 tlLesI aix! wtc,. M I' IJ.. U' II
-Mesander, Hon J W Kahia, It Holmes.
for Kahului, per Ktlanea Hon, Sept. 18 S P lint.
riirm, llrother llwmas, Mrs Winter anddangbter, Mr
Olsness, Mrs Williams, Mr Malcolm, and about ,
Pot Maui and Ha all, per LiVehle, Se, if-MUs
U-diaue, Mr ami Mrv V1lcos and thil.l, j O Carter,
.Vfr l"nrnam, linn S O Wilder, Mrs C I, Whirr an.i
son, Mr and Mrs C II Makee, Master Howsen, c
lln.wn, II A Wideman, Mr Scragg, Mrs (Say, 1 1 Dow-
from Ran Krantleeo, per Wm. ( Irwin. Sepl.""i8 '
S. I. Coan, 1 cs books 1 ((. Wisr, 40 oak planks 4 be
mite, 1 b hardware, jst) pes Iron ; MtCbesney Son,
1014 I'kgs assortesl groceries and feed, 16 rolls leather ;
John McCnlgan, 10 bbls lime, 4 bbts cement, 19 cs oil ;
lrwin A Cn, iDoi.tM meal, t cs vrr ulen wire, a
cw wagons, I401 bis' shingles 1 Sam Nott, 8r pigs sun
dry hardware; Hall ; Son, 1 , jikgs sundry lardwwr i
Hawaiian Ilell telephone Co, pig Inttruirienta :
M. Mctluemey, ) pigs dry goods, 9 eases hoots ; Ken
nry goons 9 eases Hoots ; Ken
fguods, Ifsntan Pros., rU'kgs
K. ('. Howe, I pkg mdselil
lesbay, 200 sits middlings, tso
netry k uo., s pkgs ury goods, 11
my goons, 90 cs rrnrr ; iv
hngham .V; Ca. 946 bales
sks oran, 75 cs meal, asnsss Man, tm sirs Hour, jo
sk barley, tso Iks cuts; Cnstle l.'oole, s Crates
sewing maenrnes, 90 ns sewing macrilnes I llacWeltl
ft Co., iv" sis Isirlev, jtj sks flour, 1 Inle riier;
C II. Judd, 91 sks bran, 41 bale ha v : I. T. Wnrer.
Iiouse. ijo sks Iran, j bbls lime, jrs,'f k flour, St sks
, ?n c nreau , jas. i ixru, r j norses, i oriy ; vv rng
Lee V uen ft Co., 90 cases matches.
For San I'ranclscri. lr KaLikaua. Sent. 11 ..
kgs sugar, 9o8,oo4ltsi 9959 pkgs rice, 995,91s,; 900
pkgs paddy, 16,0701b ; 46 bgs awa root 1 $30,904 4.
lor San rrancrscn, per Consuelo, Sept. r8-f;6S
l.kgs sugar, Ii),tt5lbs ;r pkgs molasses, 3008 galls:
Am bk C. Southard HulWrt. of Klchmond, Me,
Capt K S I)avi, io8d Ions, built In Klchmond, Me,
in 18S1; andownetlby T J Southard ft Sons, 51 dajs
from Astoria, Iwind to New Vork withacargn con
sisting of canned salmon, wool, and hides, encountered
n t) clone Aug. 18, In lat 11.4s N, long tt;. VV.
Ivwr foretopgallant mast nnd all kail ; nfrerwards cut
away maintonmast and rnitrenmast, lo save the vessel,
tremendous heavy cross seas running awhile the gale
lasted, which was six hours. Aflerw-ards pleasant
weather 10 port. Sighted Hawaii Sept 18 ; arrived at
Honolulu Sept 90, al sundown.
The Am tic It V Almy ArrKed at Kan Tranci-wo,
prior to Aug 99th.
'Hie Kh Clau SprecLcls U loading at the f-plnnidt?,
for San Kranciwo, to mi! rarly '1 uevl.iy nt.
The Ihit tk UleofAnakwa U UUchircInB at the
foot of I'ort street.
The Am. Wc CO Whitmore h tlNclnrging co.il at
the foot of m UWhU' whaif.
llie 1 M S ,S Zealandia will be due from the colonic!
tomorrow night, en route to Jvui IVancico.
ITie Amble Calbiricn nt Ilrener it Co.' ulnrf
l.ulinn lowy fur San rrauciico. She mil talt
eitotiRh freight to ballatt her ; ami will uil 'lucdn
IicrcIi Tcnr.te Wnlker, Nclwn, ioc!ii from Pan
f Uhrnl, with a cargo of cobra , put intolhlo,
nth for water. Slie left Jy;pl 13th fwr Ran .'ran
ciico lurect. itdtttrc, v
TheAmLkCSotithanl Hitlliert, Captihi IiSl).iv.,
rrictl Thurvhy aftemoun, in diMres".. haiiiK en
countered a cclone Aug 18 in t.it n.j N long 117.30
. She coincnto tliUiort fur rcjiairs. For further
particulars nee rcjwrt.
Kritn. the S V Daily Alta we learn that Cir-t Morie,
of the DaVota, it to tale commind of the OSS Ala-m-fla.
Caut MoiiveUmi old IntHivtinn here. Man)
will remember him when he com minded the clipjwr
hip I'olncshnt a HutiJtilu ami IUmdii lucket. His
last tit to this port wai in the 1' M S S Colorado.
"And he t; a Jolty rochI fellQw."
Tlie Am. bgtne W (J Irwin arrived from San Fran-ci-ic
last 'luevlay morning', after a parage of i64
daji. t She brought no mad. aithe .. Madra was
.Klvtitisc.l to follow her for ihU port in Tour di.
Cotiinpicntlylhe m.iil wai held over forher. Wc are
under obligation, nnd hereby tender our tlianVi to
Captain Turner and -Mr 11 C liowc, for late San Fran
clicu p.i icr.
1 he committee appointed tu examine the bark
Martin Uidemit have made a repoit from which U
lakcnine lunowing cAtract "Aiier n caretul cxi
mination wc fnnlihu ve&.-cl to have been Uidly M mined,
especially in the after part, and in our opinion the
vessel i-j in an entirely unscaworlhy condition.
To mike tcmiwrarv reaiin ta reach a hnmc twin wmtlil
involve a Urge expense, to li largely incrtanl when
fully repaired. ' In our opinion it would be for
the interests of all nartieit concerned to eomlcinti ntul
Mil the kirk for the benefit of whom it m,iy
e,.r..m " lis. .. . !. -I I i... It-. I l . ,-
'""i" us is7ui, i siuucii ii) nariur iiiasicr
Fuller and by Messr. A. w. Pierce and Thomas
jrenwn. the captain will write to the owners by th
nextoutgoing mill lending a copy oflhc survey. Unl
hearing from them, thec.3tl will lie In the stream.
Office of Superintendent ot Water Works,
A- - i IIonoluiii, July 3, iWa.
All persons k.ing Wat cr I'tl.ilcsci arc nouf.cil tlut
their Wai I-k UaTI-H nre Kirahlc semi-Atinunlly, in ml
ance, at the office of the I? uj it rim cm tent of Water
Works, foot of Ntiuanuti sta'ct, uiori ihe rt day of
janu-ir-andjulyof enchjear. C. IJ. WII.SON,
1 1 Vf Surintenilcnt Waur WorLv
A SucccWnl Hou-l A Sticcc5ful Uoute 1 A trtk
ing instance of success In n Retail Dry Good way
afforded by the Iadins MHlucry llotise of Charles J.
I'isliel, corner Fort and Ilottl fitrctt, 15 rro!rieior
Mr. FWicl lia aoii.rcd lhaart&f holdlnff custom. Any
Ury Good. Iloue can, hy freely aiHcrtising, draw cus
tomers, once or twice; but to hold them, ad enjoy their
confidence, caIU for tlra exercise of tact and liberality.
Goods must be marked down and told for u hat the
arc; ne.cr misrepresent any article. That U the policy
of Charles J. Fisliel, nml that policy has made the firm
one of the greatest in its line, nn the leading thorough
fare of Honolulu. 'Die teadim; Millinery Store of
Charles J. HKhel, Is to Honolulu what AUcy's Win
New Vork. Charles J. Fiihel inaVesa iecUUy uf .Mil
linery, &T The ..tore s one of the sluhts tf the cltv.
Indies and Ustmlcmen vuiling 5an Francisco will
find siery desirable FurnUhcd Hooms Iln Suit and Sin
gleat Ko. 137 Montgomery St., Corner Hush. Mrs.
I', 1 1 one v. fonnerly of Honolulu.
TT W. SEVERAHCU,
116 Cai.uoknia St., Cai., (Udou No. )
HAWAII. IS COX S VI. ,t
TJARNDEN & Co
a; SANSosir. Sr., Na Caluohma. S. P.
OKSIUIAL riUlCllASISU AUKSTS.tXIt
i'mnuilmiliiii Mriclotiil: ,
pKANK II. AUSTIN & Co ,
Orpicu No.-eiCAiri)kMA Stklet, S. P.,
CO.UJII.SMOS AIWSr1 .( lOltH-Alllt-
Conslenrnenls frcm lb. Hawaiian liland. desireb
'lite bri prices warranred and sales Kiururilcrd. 4
IpllARLHS DREWER & Co.
v; Kilu SrktBT, IIostok,
AOKSrS Of IIAW.UIAS I'.tUHKTS,
Uritrml lr'r,Miiiji.4l AyrHl.
b-s-clal alteallon fiisen lo tins urtKasIiie'i J(-u,U fur
j.v a.flnw'M.,, ,,A.,L. I (Cl, ., IU.MI I.ISS, f
.HUNT 10 run roLLtmiaa cuasiumi
(iLN, hi t.l'.KI.,
tM i-.Ktdvtiih Wbiit IUII.
.'iMt.it and IVuuaim irvrr
QuV. corner d
I OK SAN FRANCISCO.
f. 11 111: in: it jt fninM.vr, .itfr,.
atercbandite receiicd Storaii. Free, uml 1.1,1 ..k
rubaiKes indsi on sjiimenl b lUs line.
npiUB TADLE POR THE STUAUER
KINO .. Mawiw
This sinner OKI lave HoTfJuhi uh TUESDAY
at . r. ., mhUo al I f tulua, MaaUu Bav, Mal.nj,
4kukuu, KaanOuc, juisl-UjaBd llibi.
KslnrMitf is 141 LMOeli al all lb. al.vu uliil .frl.tiu
S nil.lic.K K tu.
BKOCADED I'l.USIILS, all vtoja, yui .ill fad
wA. M. MELLIV mTouurw, ru
OAHU (.'Ol.l.kl-.r-O-W laLjw oVUr laik.
wuJmui sjl iLa new tsjilbl t U ftimWili. lb.
sc.W uTiuyJi Turn 4 OJiu Z&im, wtiU lc-
iwKjl (4 Wfstne.,.1 sy, she
ICK ..AND AT WAIKr.l.f.,
Ily virtue ftf an order of ! granted by the tfon.
Hen). (I. Austin, Jullice of llie Supreme Otnrrt, we are
rhstrultcd by John P. Coultorrn, Ousnlian 61 Ihe minor
children t,f Manrnl Manuel, deceased, to ofler al Public
.v.i rvnihi r, iiif nih ,;,( vfrti,rr, t.srtct,
Queen Street, till
that wtaln pfete or artl df Wml situate.. At WVikelo
Kwa, Maml of Oihu, and lmnKtt)hinx
an ftren of hctm more w H U lanxl 11 subject to
nleasatoMiluOO r-ffifleffl jwr from April 1, 18;.).
At the rental of Forty iMhri per .annum 'Ihc wdd
land cr-'wUt. of
TAllO on high patch us,
And has a lienutlful eneonuut urove on It all hearing
froil, Ihe said lirnl itl k started by order of the court
at lheiiHl price of $i,Munliil the aalo is subject lothe
confirmation of the Court,
Transfer deeds nt the esiense of the Purchaser.
I.VONS ti t.LVV, Ancrloneer
SATVltlKir, Slil'TUM ItlCIl ',
AT n O'CLOCK NOON,
At tCairiittitntu f'nrrrj
A lot of old pews nnd old hlmlr will be sold by
I P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
QNWARD AND UPWARD,
Comer of .Meiili ml and Nuuanii directs.
C J. FISIIEL
'll,c finest line of Men's, lloV, jikI Vonlhs'
iever seen in lb! kingdom.
Mmlicn brlnr; jour livs nUng, and select for j-our-selves
nulof tins mb di.i.lay. - '
Metbanlcs will find tlis- ruKiirManJ best SUl I INOS
Inej cser wore. - -
CAI. I. AND SI'.U IHLM.
(.Hurling rnamrrarlurej from the Ainrncao and
.My ready.niadc lUliing derailment I inaleas,.
cijlnyof, l.n.l I. '
eirher iii slle, iuabtyt or price.'
I.entlemens Furnuhinrj 0o.!s In every satiety;
Milna (vrbllo and rolvted), llaiidkerilmls, Nellies.
Collani, Vv.len C.o..li, Hats, lli.s, and blu.-s: In
fatl, e,cr)lliiiiu a cer.lUtiuil luj, 111 1I1U line.
hailurs (toodiof cirri dscii(loii,
FANCY HOODS, IOII.KIS, IMIRFUMRKY, c,
Irly Oul of llic litest 4iiKili. an.1 rtjles.
. KIIII'ONS, MCi:S, IIOSH'.IlV, Re, lo
'Ihe community Kill I 'n.ire llian suri'iised vtben
lUy.sisit my NVVMOKK, ni..l JudSe f. ll.emlte.
Ilielinessleclloiiol bn.l,, nnd lb. rs-uuilaLK LOW
I bate made arran-eniin direct will, foreign inarm,
r.ulurtrl, ami iIkicMo my cnlvis aro klji-. diietl al
firvl cost, a,'d I can rnirr U luw niU.v will, ubole.
vile bouses, and rnosl cvrtalid far Ulow tluiimcei
aslcd In irtail .taUi.bnieuU in Hon. lulu.
DONT rOKOI'.T IHC NLW ill OKL'.
LOW I'KICES ami (lOOD COO US is my mmto.
MjiS. THOMAS LACK.a
No. 18 Tort StrsMt, Hunululn,
1 IMCo.Tsv ami paALKa In
8 E W I X Q MACHINES.
J'Hr, AllnrlimruU, (III ,1,1 , Arcrtlvrlr:
. AI.VNT IHU Til
U'liiiKaxillh. LiGiirKtHKiMj ty.w IIomi, Macblrw,
Howard's Machine NeuUcs, all Vmh
tcnlk.H'. SUl, in ull rolm nnd tiies
llaiUwi . Lbsen 'Diread,
UaiU O, N.T, MacJJfs. Cutoa. .
Mm(. Vtmtrtiti AWjiU Cut Jir t'atUru
Ul suk! SHutiwi GnriM,
sMiot, rowiiiw, Cam,
KKHUHKSK STUy.H. i alt (..
Suu:-Machine. LockaiMl nuu.lccium in...).
alii rln X. u
UICkll' IONS saurfvl ar M Jt, f, (grsia,
. Mia. iu..imms) ai intimi., IHKUMH,
fH-A- l. Mbl LIS, m( yw sst. fj.
j-.. T. '. . k. .'. uL...ii. iSr.,Z7Tl?iT.
WALUABLE LANDS IM KAUAI,
PART OF THE HSTATE OF TirCOMlt.
border of A, S. llaiiwell. F.j', and VV. O. Smith,
I rnstess under Ihe will of Charles Tlrcomb,
decease,!, will sell at public auction,
On Monilftj-, Sop tismlitsr 4th,
AT If M , AT liV IltKSaooM,
Those Two Valuable Tracts of Land at Koolau,
Island of Kauai,
Went Wnlaknlrta nmt Kahili,
AntscFNT to TMa KiLsurA Plantation-,
Waliltnhra contains an A
I of j
of 311-40 100 Acres.
Kahili, adjolntnc Wnlaleahia, contain an area of
17S9 Acres. Title Fee Simple.
, TlirSR ARK KlrtTLIM
I III: IIBST flUAZINd I.NDS ON" KAUAI,
And on Kahili, there are several hundred acres
Finn Ciiiio Lancia.
Iloth of Ihe aliove menllnned parcel. of Ivnt will l
offered In one lot tORrtlitr, nl the
TTpnot Prion of IH.UUU.
Ilfx further rnrltlilars-, nndy to Smith AThurslorr,
JS .Werclinnl street, where suriey nnd deeds can l
seen, Deesls at esirnse of purchaser.
V- P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
Boof Protlucera of Hnwnll.
tlfNTLKMPN: I am en ronic to Australia to select a
lot of Iboroiigblired bull, and cove nf lb4
I bate the assurance of llic owner nf ibis herd I visit,
that "tbeynreall henl-l.wl re.Drde.1," nml were 11
practical would be clj, to show against any herd In
Herefordshire, Kngland ; Uen a breeder fur uist en
sears, from pure stotk i.iicln illy selected amUhiuiml
Irmn best breeders rn Lnglaiid, and new bl.xl has Wen
Jl;iiieil without regard 10 lcc. I shall return ier
,y. V.V.lnc5'' "" flr,t "Jupment of selede.1 slock,
which will t '
Three-Qrrarters Bulla, and One-Quarter Cowl,
Al.lll rOH IS TU J( HIINTIIS.
I will niakeanarraiigeinent whereby (of this lot) I
can land at Honolulu several, If desired, about October
aid. 'Hie prim on dock will l about
$500 each rna nr'Lis, Ann $50 Mima n lows,
(which will Im in calf).
Anj orders or rtiuests for Information sent to lioi
VV , Honolulu, will leceiie prompt atletiHon.
, KOL1.IN I'. SAXK,
Imjiorrer, llrcederand l.aporferof lllooded Live Si. k.
118 CAl.ironNiA STnar-r, San FkANcrscn.
N. II, In my absence fnuu home, my business goes
n a usual, and orders filled In my farher and brolher,
All Iliiftrncics, Cash, nnd Sarlsfaclioii Cuaranlred.
M K. J. VV. VAKN IILI'.V
Will give iiislrucrians lo a limited number nf pupil,
111 Violin-Playing and
The Cultivation of the Voice.
Conimuniinrion restlng ihe abme may U Urt at
Air. C 1 VV'rllr mis' l'uino and Furnirure Store, 'Iele
phone No. 7i Mr. T, , IJ. 'thrum' Srore, Tel.pb.nT.
No. jo; and al ihe Residence of Air. Yanulley, No. ro
Planoa Tuueil, Ropairod aud Pollakea,
ON sriOKT NOTH.U,
If order are addressed ft atve. ,
'T'HE "SUPERIOR" STOVE.
O. ENOI.INO & Co.,
So. J, Shuiwh St., HphjIhIm II, ,,
Sole agents for these. Isjindv A full line of Ih.
JVirrinoH, , .
Srw Itlml, '
Mm 'J Miijirilur"
and Fixture f. iIk umi always in stock.
J0I1 WORK PKOMITLY DONE,
Talephono No. 211. ui nt
'T'HE GENUINE ARTICLE,
COLUMIIIA RIVER tjAI.MON
R1mou Belli, 1HH3 Cavtck.
Juil received from t'ouljuil. Oregon, by
That Pith can b railed upon at Flrtt-CUit.
far IUSktf rarjaMa,
Will k Mitt (,. . cUm.
Just leceivrd ajruh auorrm.nl of htiyU liuuit.
SsS very fin. CahfurnU Waak.ts.
Att. kbad. nf HwUty,
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