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SEPTEMBER 6, ia
Our Honolulu Ltttcr.
t expect to gel myself disliked forth., letter,
but, a, I am writing for money and n,l for
love, I don t know that It mat, any difer-
eice-'am.. Ihavebcen in a dreary II
humr ever since the boyi quit ptajing base.
t.. II en.1 !&. i.lk.i ,lt.l .!,,& .,l. .!.
w.i., -i... "- .!: iiuucu u v't. ximj
w'.enmeofthe oth,er se-tt, who wrifes for
me love oi me ming anu mi a avsciicu
from turning off.ee door knobs, stopped me on
the ttteet coiner, and, with one of those I'm
learning the-professloo giht said, "What'l
yu fellows do now that the legislature has ad
jiurned and the base ball season is over "--bill
I gently disengaged him, and told him
whenever he felt that way he hid better gx
home and write up a sunset description ; and
I further aisuie 1 him that 1 had great confi
dence In the prescription as It came froi
doesn't somebody start a paper mill ?',
Speaking of nusiinccs, I don't believe
mortal ever saw a town the sire of Honolulu
'with is many of them to the square mile. I
saunteied up to Emma Square the othei
evening and tiled to listen to Mr. Bcrgei'i
boys while they played tome ill their new
music I dropped Into a seat near i thing
with spectacles on, who sat between two girls;
but I was soon driven to a remote bench,
where I again caught the icund of the big
dium above this social babel. I had only been
seated long enough to light a manilla cigar,
" which the editor had inadvertently left on his
tabic, when a lot of Kanaka boyi and girh
commenced a racket that drowned the musk
and amused a Tat policeman who xvas on duti
until he leaned against a tree to laugh. " 1
will flee to the uttcimot end of the earth be
fojc I become a prdfane man Oi a criminal,"
thought I, and I stumbled over a stray dog at
I staggered blindly toward the turnstile which
added Its dissonance to my confusion. I w.i
awakened from my bewilderment by tin
laughter and oaths of a crowd of the pnui
hoodlum who stood round the Emma ttreet
entrance and disturbed esery body seated in
that end ofthe square with ribald jut, or
with open Insinuations about lespectablc
people both in and out of the enclosure. There
is still another kind of concert disturber known
as the amateur musician) he Is generally in
company with some of his ft lends who assist
him. In whistling the airs through with the
band. Thit nuisance should be treated in a
summary manner and driven out of the garden
with a Huffed club, to learn the manners he
was never taught at home.
Thcie ate two nuisances In town which
rank side by side in pure cutsedness, although
they arc totally unlike in kind : they are the
side walks and the hicktnen. Both seem
filled with the deepest malignity against the
wayfarer, until the fight for existence has be
come a thiee-cornered one wherein the curb
stones and hickmen seem to have a decided
advantage. If the government could only be
enticed out for a walk tome night it would be
moie than likely the citiicns of Honolulu
would have the pleasure of taking it home on
a shutter, to be bandaged up by Mr- Fitch ;
but alas I the government never risks scraping
Its pedal polish against Its highway Improve
mend, and, being in league with Mr. SprecV
tit' dollar, It prcfert to ride. I have made out
a good long black list of the iccktess and im
"pudenl Jehns who base of late been running
the streets about as they liked, and If they
don't stop it the public will be informed as to
their numbeis and stands. Befoic I am
through growling, I might as wtll call th
attention of the watering catt dilvers to the
fact that it It quite unnecessary to flood the
"iidt walkt and foot-passengers along Hotel
and Fort s'uccti with water, as there Is no
contract made with them for tolling ladies'
dresses and drenching genllcmens' legs.
-,., A gossip, gentle reader, Is a thing without a
nut, that talks incessantly, and never tells the
whole truth, but nurses the lie In an Innuendo.
In olden times It was supposed that gossips
were of the feminine gender, but with modern
Srllitatton the definition has been extended to
e masculine, and of late years, since the
advent of the dude, hat been made to include
the neuter gender at well. Most townt have
'the Veiitable female gostlp society, but It has
been left for Honolulu to font a combination
of forces Into a character-destroying association,
lor which, Ibluth to say, the masculine gossip
gathen iV of " news. This news is filtered
Uwwugh, VUie gall of feminine prejudice, and Is
then given to the public in tugar-coated doses,
such as It it thought its self retpect aud In
herent tegard for tiuth will permit. One
cause ofthli social slate ta the eaclutivcness of
Ctrtaln cliques In society here. I have heard
the reputation of young girls who are blameless
, discussed in a manner that would sully char
acter, and all, fonooth I because they did not
happen to belong to that social coteite which
ot folks ate pleased to style " respectable
aocuty, i uve seen somewhat of the world,
bat I have yet to learn that any clique has a
lihl, upheld by justice and rtaton, to set Itself
up a a itandud of respectability on the
(rounds that It, perchance, may bold peculiar
ltw upon which It assumes our social and
moral fabric ttstt. Let It U rerotmoeted that
social respectability rests neither in sect nor
patty, but In the ttciling moral qualities of
aen and women I and that if thtit be grades
in society they will always be mailed by the
Intellectual developeaient of the community.
Of all the plagues which infest budded towns
that of gossiping alone defies fumigation.
Gossips cannot even be dealt with like other
cilmluals, but ho'J their witch-meetings with
itpulty ever totnt iiltaiiag bit of fitiltf, and
Wfa t)tl lightly will) tkett sorrowt that hang
wlni ef scoiplonj ca tht fair breast of hopt.
TMf aalislon It death to aUrtcttr and tepuu
tiM, m4 their lictue It dtsuucllon to
MA wt I do cm bum to imply that HM-
tia (Ratify wn. I aUnly mm that
mm f-W "M if 'daily all I km
pyttfl m hmnk, wciel m,
Wtmtik WaptrasWiksfcccafrtMaof far
tjkgeatiftttt tfceJtMM tlstw. VfthaftfaU
jjMiaMtaaf WM4teftbt a very fcs.
jp ttWft tfctyeMf fc.
the poetic precincts of the Titer ofhee where vt Insult hit mother tongue. He would hive
It was used whenever the repotfers or "finest before his eyet the fear of thst pitiless critic,
editorial staff" feljJown hearted and sad. 1 Ambrose Uicrce. l'erhaps he thinks he may
am utterly sick of seeing the avetage Honolulan write as he pleases here and none be the
tush into print, tiling ;sery public event ni wiser,
newspaper editorial as a pretext to get his name j Fi,(ie, O rubicund pow I
before the pnbllc. There are tome people who Nv',nr, iir; not If We know ii I
think we hae too many newspapers here but il Perhaps, when all Is said, the verses, bad
they could only see the amount of ripe, i rhymes and all, maybe forgiven for their oc
"cituen" Mis. going to seed In the waste cult meaning. It Is darkly hinted that the
basket of our Honolulu editorial rooms well, . fluffy owl of Bohemia may "loaf" here not
the chances are that the first question! longer than a )eair. If the mullet ponds that
that would present itself would be, "'Wli) ' know Dan now should know him no more
There li one other nuisance I'd HVe to dlv
sect. It is your verbal critic -the fellow who
hit tcrilibling inspiration ,
a "mire well of Saxon undcfiled"
and renerally dravst it from a taro pond. Hut
the inexorable city editor, tucking hit tswny
beard, informt m: there ii no more space at
my commandt to I bide my time. Selah.
Honolulu, September l, lKS
Mr. Daniel O'Connellhat written
Moore neci, nol hlve bieri ,hlmeJ lo own,
and a few that John Godfrey Sae In hit salad
day,, woald lia revelled in doing. Hot I
object to hit latest cmttlbutlon to Hawaiian
,erse-The Owl In the Tropics. Ills not
.. !.lt.. r-fi.f..... . I. . .1. - . - .1 1 tfcf i ..
rsijrciaiiy iciicuuus um inai asiue. vvnai i
jSject to Is Its faulty Its unheard of rhyming
wnert ons writes Poetry with a lug
,ecatlonal Irregularities of rhythm, occasional
faulty thymes, may be forgiven one. Not so
when doing mere vcrte. The Owl In the
Troolcs it written In seven elght.-vcrsc stan
zas the seconJ and fourth, .the sixth and
jighth lines, only, rhyming. Vet, of the four
teen ihym-s employed four are" faulty "coeoa"
and "aloht", "murmur" and "summer" be
ing the worst. Now if Mr. O'Connell were
in San Tranciscohe would know better than
forever there would
be g'eat piscatorial re
The Owl In the Tropics suggests Bohemia
nd that reminds one that last thltd of July
3t thereabouts there wax an Hawaiian jinks
it which some of the most and some of the
least Bohemian of the Bohemians wcie picsent;
Paul Neummn, Major Bender, Dan O'Connell,
Dave Nesfield, Joe Strong, Stns Forman,
foe Tildeu, Judgs Divldsin and John Spreck
:ls. Wlist they Slid and dIJ is part of the
long, unwritten record of the guild. That
witty things were said, there may be no
reasonable doubt; that any of thcsiyings were
profitxbly wise, one may doubt not so un
reasonably. But there may have been some
, good sound anti-Gibbon talk Indulged In, for
that jinks was held before Mr. Nesfield put on
moral sackcloth and mental ashes In the ser
vice of that journal of vigorous profanity and
feeble logic, the P. C. A.
THE CHAUTAUQUA CIRCLE.
'The C. L. S. C. of Honolulu his entered
its second sear," said I to loma, " would you
like to join ?"
"What do tho.e cabalistic letters stand for 1"
" For the Chautauqua Literary and Scien
tific Circle "
"Oh, j ou mean the Consolidated Literary
Smattercr's Club," he interupted. " Not
"J don't understand ou," I replied, a
" Do you understand it Its scope, its
significance, in tendency,? Do you realize
how big it is on paper and how little in reality?
Do you know that it tries to do an impossible
thing to find a royal road to learning; to
acquire knowledge homcnpathically and ab
sorb culture by mental sponge bathing?
" I know nothing of the tort," I antwered,
indignantly, " I underttand very well what
you are hitting at. You collrglatcs think
yuurs arc the only gajewayt to the gardens of
Parnassus. I think not. I believe in self
help as much as Sam Smiles docs, I believe
in individual cultuie. in
"So do I," interrupted my Impetuous
friend. " But you beg the question. I ob
ject to the Chautauquan merely because they
assume to do what they do not, cannot do, to
give to their desulatory play-study the effect of
systematic class work. Why,. they even state
In their prospectus that the course requires
about forty minutes time a day for.the term of
four years, and further state that this need not
taki place every day although it Is a desirable
way to carry on the work ? I am astonished
Veral, continued he, "that a man of your
paits should lend himself to defend such flimsy
work. The petext of this society is the pro
pagation and diffusion of knowledge, while
its real object seems to be to extend the
circulation of a inagatlne called the Chau
tauquan." " I admit," I replied, " that the course may
be less exacting, less thorough, lest helpful if
you will, than that of the liest universities.
But in that consists its gieatest excellence. It
is brought down to the level of the avenge
oppottunity not necessarily, of the average
Intelligence ami offers to tho average nun
and women of this work-a-day world, a
chanco to learn in systematic conceit what
they probibly never would In any other
way. I call it a great help, a mighty stimulus
reacting against the intellectual ineitia of the
"My dear Ve:al," he leplied with a super,
cellious giin "I am vciy willing to admit all
you say, only this society claims to advance
the conditiou of all grades of intellect it
claims to b a 'college Tor one's own house a
school for busy people and for people of leis
ure and wealth who do not known what to do
with their time; for 'University men,' 'farmers
boys,' 'ministers,' shop gills,' 'lawyers,' 'busy
housekeepers,' 'physicians,' and last of alltdds
Insult to Injury by stating It is for 'atdmfliikij
ladies,' alinost Immediately setting forth its
complete course of study, which proves to be
at last a preparatory course which every fresh
man passes before entering college for. accom
plished ladies indeed I And mind sou while
this society claims to be non-sectarian Its pub
lished course give the lie to Its statement."
"But you surely rcccgnUe that study nf any
sou Is better than none tt all. Probably less
than one man In every thousand, the civilised
world over, lias a univeislty education or any
toit of systematic education, except in the pe
ciality of bit calling. The man or woman
wno take a course even in a small iiegice at
thorough at the Chautauqua coarse It thereby
better fitted for advancement,
"But the course proposed by this society It
one lead by eyery Intelligent person, even
though he be opposed to the principles sit
foitb theiein. That it (its a person for ad
vancement In teaming It lets true than that it
prompts to reflection and investigation, by pla
cing before one the questions of theology
aad tcleaec sthiek mutt be gone aver. Wore
ttlrliogopisloMaMformed. "Btd,Mhe went
m to say, 'itt tad U objectlttti for aay ftnoa
belt ensWtUst wasNgb te undertake the
eel. of V vw 4uilat will read far beyond
the ll tew laid on bf iblt auciety, aad still en
dMMtaikafebteattatb4t it will taut
bitted of ailed. Tkia eessrn tbgttld be tin-
sir. uamel u i-onneii nat mien tome onj. i)y ineitabtc death. At Pope sajt,
poetry and no end of more or less clever vcrte ue wntn(, j, a ,i,ngernu, thing and yours
-much of the latter being good verte in a j , foMy dangerous on classical authority, and
prosodical at well at a literary way. Much triply 0 when It atlempU to compete with
that I know of Mr. O'Connell't work lad this practical 'work-a-day life' when know
mlrc. He hat done a few things than fogi Ul.,i,m... v .... .i.. . .... .... r
whose work on 'The Human Intellect i one
of the few books published by the church which
it recanted by tcholatt, a authority, sayr lint
.education, and especially In mental and moral
science, can only be rained by "constant re-
petition." This society proposes lo pise Ren
eral and comprehensive inttruction in their
branches to all grades of intelligence, but alatl
Veral, the dark Beyond cannot be falhomed.
Ilelief it at best but a hope which it common
to all humanity and faith it an idolatry defied
, frae. w , foo, of a p,j,icai. bul
that you, argumrnts are right you will never
'c if o,ey are reduced to sylcslsms."
j ' I grant you that the ri, not going to
i mne,rtx , . ,,,.. rnllr nf ,,,,
The proportion of cholrs to the grand aggre
gate of humanity always has been and probably
always will be small, I grant you all that, yet I'
believe In the society and for these reasons I
"Firtt Many persons are mildly ambitious
to know more, yet, from lack of mental alertness
or became they arc not surrounded by an at
mosphere cnlcu'ated to properly direct this
desire, fail to mike the effort "r else follow an
erratic course that does them no good. Such
find In Ihe Chautauqua course a help, because
at Uast a definite course of study is prepated
"StepiiJ The meie fact lliat success in Ihe
Chautauqua course necessitates persistent daily
work docs much to form the habit of systemstic
study which, to most students, is inseparable
from success. The man or woman who can
wrest from the exacting routine of the
averjge daily life forty minutes for study, is far
more likely to make profitable otherwise idle
or profitless time the time that Is too gene
rally 'frittered' away than if the forty minutes
study had never been attempted. In this age,
as in every age, no matter whd may plan the
campaign, It is the rank and file who must do
the fighting. Here and there, now and then,
some great scholar gives the world a new idea,
or unearths from the debris of a half-forgotten
past some old Idea that ought never to have
been buried. To the average Intelligence Ihe
new idea and the old alike, are part of a
scaled book that might as well have been
written in the cuniform writing of Assvria.
There must be translation, adaptation, simpli
fication before a great discovery is understood
of mankind. It Is truth that the world needs
1 No roy hand maid, th
Hut quen of queens'
and I hold that even so poor a course as you
make out the Chautauquan to be helps its stu
dents not only to seek truth but to know her
likeness when found. And is the mighty stimu
lus of united effort nothing ? Think of twenty
thousand Chautauquans studjing the same
historic epoch, or think of it, loma sipping
together the nectar from your own sonnets "
Alack 1 the taffy had been lavished
vainly. I saw by the gentle vibration of his
chin that loma was asleep. I left him so if-
not convinced at least silenced.
S. E. Vkral.
Honolulu, Septembers, 1SS.1.
Cnrreapntulcuce .Vcile I'rom Other Inland.
Rev. D. B. Lyman of Hllo, continues to
improve, gaining gradually.
A small native boy fell from a horse last
Saturday week, at Kohala, striking on his
elbow, and breaking the upper part of the
Steam communication along the windward
coast of Hawaii seems to be over abundant.
The other week Laupahoehoe was favored
with three steamers in one evening. One was
bound ilown lh, coast with two psckar.es for
a way port, and another up with a couple of
bags of potatoes.
Operations are soon to be commenced on
the extension of the Hllo Telephone line
through Hamakua to Kawalhie. The Inten
tion is to locate a central pflice at Laupahoe
hoe, and another at Honolaa, transfening
through messages at these points.
The recent trip of the Portuguese Consul
and the agent of the board of immigration
seems to have produced general satisfac
tion throughout the windward coast of
Hawaii. The worthy gentlemen patiently
heard a great variety of complaints mainly of
a trifling nature, arising out of some slight
misunderstanding, or some ignorance of the
contracts, and, by their wic and prudent
suggestions to both panics interested, settles)
most of the difficulties most amicably. Such
a practical method of settling any vexed ques
tions between employer and employee con
mends itself as vastly wiser than the fire
brand proclamation of a negligent min
ister. President Fairchild arrived at Hllo August
21st. Was the guest of Rev. W. B. Oleson,
a graduate of Oberlin. On the eve of the
day on which he arrived a meeting was held
at the house of Rev. V. B. Oleson, on Friday
22nd, a dinner party was given to Rev. Mr.
Fairchild and Mr. and Mis. Crutan at the
house of C. S. Kittredge. On Sunday morn
ing Mr. Fairchild preached at the Foreign
Church, and In the evening Mr. Crutan
preached. An unusually large audience was
present on each occasion, On Monday the
25th ultimo, Mr. Fairchild and Mr. Cruean
and wife, Mr. W. U. Oleson, Mi. W. A.
Bowcn, and Mr. E. N. Dyer started for Kill.
uea and returned on Wednesday the 27th.
The new library is now open for tisitoit.
the reading room being already in use; but
the classification of books is not yet complete
and no books will be issued until It is com
plete. Secretary Kodgert and the new libra
tan, Miss Saddle Clark, arc busily at woik
bringing literal ordci out of literary chaos. An
agreeable change for the better it to go Into
effect with the new classification. The dismal
bio 11 andjtraw. color paper coven are to be
removed, and vach book will display in-hand.
tome or ugly, smooth-featured or battle-scared
binding. Exceptions to this good rule will be
made of those books only which are bound
in colors that fade unpleasantly 01 are attract
ive to the moth that corrupts and the roach
that breaks Ip to gnaw. At present the library's
great strength is theology and its special
wcakneu, science. Bound periodicals are
wtll represented, travel! and Juvenile literature
especially so and fiction iu the van. A care
fuj description of the letting of the rooms will
be worth making when the classification It
petftcted which, it may be remarked in pasting,
could not be In more efficient hands than those
of Secretary Rodgtrs, with whom the wpik
Is a labor of love.
To-morrow wilt be the first Sunday la the
fourth year of Mr. Oman's ptstorati of Fori
Street Church. In the morning he, will preach
to tnnlvtrtary discussion. In the evening the
fiist of a setits of tcraioni on The Great SInt
ol Honolulu will be given. Subject, Uceo
ikwwett, or tbt So-Called Social EvIL
During bit proprietorship of tht merry-go-louad,
Captain Cluoie hat arretted and tent to
Jell for freai oae to tea daji thlny rovght of
various tut localities.
The Mil Heiris brought a. 04 of
itaaa WaMMt kmi uairy yenasday.
Honolulu, September 6tli, 1SS4.
The month opens quiet and free of any in
dications of business activity to speak o'. The
movement of foreign vewelt ami coasters too,
for that matter have been almost all outward
for the week. With the excepti in of the cargo
per Alameda, for San Frand'co, vatued at
Ji5j.105.oS, the other vessels coast -bound
have relumed for lumber cargoes, In ballast.
The Ceylon and Catallna, which were repotted
at hand last week from Hong Kong, are both
up for return. The Ceylon will probably get
off on Tuesday next, Ihe gth Instant, while Ihe
Catallna will go abmt a week later.
The V, H. Dimonil and Eva are both up
and loading for Sin Francisco, the former to
tail to-day and the latter about the
middle nf next week.
To-day or to-morrow the Australia will be
due from San Francisco with dates to the
30th or 31st ultimo, and full post office mall,
On Monday the Slh instant, the Maripo a
will be along with dales to the 1st ajid the full
supplies for the news agencies, which the
Pacific Mall line his ol late declined to bung
The schooner Maloln of the Pacific Naviga
tion Company's fleet, has been chartered this
week by Mr. V. (Jretg and has sailed for
Tanning's Island. It Is probable that she
will toad at that Island for San Fiancisco, ere
returning here. Negotiations had been pend
ing for Ihe schooner Emma, but owing to the
nelay on her recent' Hllo trip, other arrange
ments were concluded.
The mortgagee's sale of real estate, cattle,
etc., announced for Monday last by Mr. Ii. P.
Adams, was pnstmncd by order of the court.
On Friday Mr. Adams wielded Ihe hammer
himself, at his regular sate, and took as
naturally thereto as a duck to water, notwith
standing the seven years, suspension fiom
this peculiar CRlling he has been indulging in.
Messrs. Lyons and Levey held an auction t
sale on the 3rd Instant ot the btnkrupt stock
ofC. M. Nordberg, at the Anchor Saloon.
Other thin the above, the auction business of
the rival Iiojscs have been confined to the
the tegular room sales.
On Wednesday, claims to Ihe amounl of
$36,204,. Si were filed before Judge Mr. Cully
against the bankrupt estate nf Hart Brothen.
The bark C. O. Whit more arrived yester
day with a cart;o of lumber from the Sound,
to Allen & Robinson.
Saturday, August 30.
Tern Eva from .tn Francisco.
Stmt Llkchkc from Kahului and way potts.
Sell Walmalu from Koloa.
Sell Ehukai from Waialua.
Sch Llholiho from Walmea.
Sell Catcrlna from Hanalel
Sch Nettie Merrill fiom Lahains.
Sch Kawailani ficm Koolau.
Sell Kob Roy from Koolau.
Sch Waiehu from Koolau.
Stmr I-chua from Hawaii.
Stmr Kmau from Maui and Hawaii.
Sch M E Foster from Hanamaulu.
Stmr Walmanalo from Waimanalo.
Stmr Kilauca Hou from Hawaii,
Sch Mans from Honumu.
SUMiAY, August 31.
Stmr Iwalani from Kauai.
Sch Kapiohni from Waianae.
Sch Leah! fiom Hawaii,
lluleakala from Peprckeo.
Brit S S Zealand la from the Colonies.
Monday, September 1.
Sch Kekauluohi from Hanatei
Stmr. Mokolii from Molokai
Wednesday, September 3
Strnr. Jas. Makce from Kauai
Thursday, September 4.
Sch Emma from llilo
Sch Mile Morris from Waimanalo
Friday, September v
Sch Manuokawai from Koolau
Am bark C. O. Whitmore Irom Port Towntend,
Schr Rainbow from Koolau.
Sclrt P-tiibl from HinalcJ.
Schr Marion from Waianae
Saturday, September C
Stmr Likelike from Maul
Schr Nettie Merrill from Lahalna
Schr Ehukai from Waialua
Sunday, August 31.
Brit S S Zealandia for San Francisco.
Monday, September 1.
Schr Rob Roy for Hanalei.
Schr Waiehu for Koolau.
Schr Ehukai for Wallua
Schr Kawailani lor Koolau
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
Schr Waimalii for Koloa and Waimea
Schr Waiole for liana
Sch. Ka Moi, for Laupahoehoe.
Am. S. S. Alameda, for San Francisco.
Stmr. Likelike, for Hana and way ports.
Stmr. Lehua, for Windward ports on Hawaii
Tuesday, September 2.
Schr Caterina for Hanalei
Schr Wailcle for Valpio
Stmr. Kinau for Maul and Hawaii
Stmr, Planter fur Maul, Kona and Kau
Stmr. Iwalani for Kauai,
Slnir. C. R. Bishop for windward wrtt of
II. B. M S. Constance for Hllo.
Schr Kekauluohi for Hanalei.
Am bktne Amelia for the Sound
Wednesday, September 3.
Schr Nettie Merrill for Lahaina
Sch. Manx for Hcnomu.
Stmr, Kilauca Hou for windward ports of
Stm Mokolii, for circuit of Molokai
Sch Halcakala, for Pepeekeo
Thursday, September 4.
Sch. Malolo for Fannlngs Island.
Men Lcahl, lor K:holalelc
Sch Marion for Waianae
Tern Falcon for the Sound
Friday, September e..
Sch Mile Morris for Molokai
Stmr Waimanalo for Waimanalo
Stmr. Jas. Makee for Waianae and Kauai at
10 A. M.
Am. bktne W. II. Dimond, at noon, for Sao
fKHSKi.a vr run fobkios rottm.
Am. bark Ceylon, Barstow, for Hongkong,
to leave about Tuesday next, C. Brewer &
Brit. bk. Catalina, Williams, for Hongkong,
to leave about the 15th. Sine Choni! A
Am. bktne W, II. Dimond, Houdlett, for
San Francisco, to sail this dty at noon. W. G,
Irwin & Co., Agents.
Am. terp Eva, Wilkinson for San Fran
cisco, now discharging at the Esplanade, wilt
leave alut Wednesday next. II, Hackfield
Merchant Vestals Now ks Port.
Am. bl C. O, Whitmohi , CeJhoua
Am. bk Cavui. Uuuov. . .1. up for Hongkong
Aw.Utn. V. It, Diuoxd, lloudUti.up for San rrsncucS
Br. bk Cataiina, WitliAins.. , .. . .up fr Hwkon
A.ioEva . Witaaa
Vtsiela BzptctM trcrs fweleo Porta
Livxikwl, Bill bk Va.uxa , .Ingram
Bm r, G. W, MictirUM Co., Ajtou.
Disks, Gir. U C It HiSHOr. . WaIimi
Pw nj. HicsMd a Co, Assnts.
NtxCAsru. N S W, Am ship El Uoiado, llumiirsy
Now due. 1, Agsus,
SaH rAKCitco, tliit. S . S. A.xrilU. ,., .Cbess
Dus beii, ; lUcksU ft; Ca, Agsou,
LivtarooL, Brti IV Oimiua..., Umbos
PutUvUi'S. T, It. Usvls. 4 Co., Agsolv
jAicir. Ilaw. biw Haiaio.,.. , ,Ti.r
DvielaaU OcwUr. A, K, Cwl... Ags.L '
Bostom, Aia bk M SITKA Davis . .. , Beoaoa
Due Oct. to-ss. C Hnwii ft Co., Agtois.
Nts, Yo, Csr Ms Haha , , ..... Tbgrabo 1
suv vn. !-) ssut loots, Afielt.
KV riAKcitco, AmS. S, MasirotA. ,,H vd
e i. srvist S.4. Agiasa,
CiVo, Asm, itns bV Can. Houaa.
Put bp. i-t, mlbiU.S. Cewaaient.
FotT Towxhho, An. bit roitir Quae. ..Root
Due Sept s-io. . At.
Lodo, via Ss. Mlu!a. Ki..tb t Bos wmli.
inw atft. 11. u. w, Jtaaiiaaeeise.lAaia
ClAJoosv. sk. U Iakca..., ...... ,.,.... Barberr
ioaulaU ftiAvf. u t A. S stu ft Co., Ajjta it
astTHjoiiT, Aav stta M. K. Dose
ltwwr !,cDixr., Am. lern Noas Hsixiii. -1
Doe Sept, 1 5, 1 . - Aients.
1 tli .an .. Am. bV ,t Cauvrh Pendleton
1 aiding ,vn 1 , Aeenrt,
Sa- rsclHO, Am BitnesV. G. lawtif.. .Tnrner
Ini Vtn. 5-10. V O. Ir in Co . Aimis.
Si J'aswiwo. m. lllne, Fi-ks e
iruejepl. o-,, 11 IIicVfeM ft Co., Aeews.
SvBHtv.AmisUTVoMvnMrv . l)erlm
Iluebept, J. Ilekleld Co, Agents.
Ntw CASTll, N SV. rrii.Hi Pselne!!Lorr. ftrne
Hie Not. 1-5. Wilder A ta. Agents
NtwCsttir.NSW.Am.t.li Nicholas rimFit.Crosbr
Lending Aug 14 - 1 . Agrnti,
From the Colonies, per Zrftlamtla, Am. 1,1,
Mrs. Dumschlafl. Dr. Potter, N. Fofdi,
Messrs. Good, Dibb, Dello Mr, and Mrs.
Oliohant and ;;in transit.
Passengers for 5an Francivcn, per Alameda
Sept. 1 Danl Foster, Unlit Stirling, Mrs
Jas Kobettson, Miss A Kemink, Mrs
J A Cummins, Mrs Mary Kahii, Mivs
Jennit H Keddlngton, C A Chipin, 1. D
Lake, Miss Maud Wodehouse, Mrs II J Nolle,
Miss FNolte, Paul Neumann Rev R W Fairchild,
W O Smiih and wife, W F. Smith, T
R Foster and wife, John Wright and wife, J
Holing. CT Dalian and wife, I W Sass, J Stir
ling, C UCodman,JGndmin, W II Rice, Miss
J Armstrong, Mist 11 Tuiton, II Glllard, W
A Bailey, J W Kalua, Asa Haiku and wife,
K II Baldwin, W A Wall, 1 L Miller, It Hal
stead, E llalslcad tnd C I Hebberd, T
Lnikin. C Ltttx. A G Ellis. Mi C CM.
man. C N Atherton. CII ludd. Mrs II Tur
ion, MisS E L Parker and two children, Mis
Kiinscniai, a haiiiinum, .Mrs JI ienncll ami
five children and servant, Mrs S Harrison.
S P Pierce, Antone De Canto and wife. Mis
M .MolMtt, L Perry, Mr G Nissen and sister,
L Durklng, Lon Man, N Meyer, A P Mend
onca, All t-hoy, A Verdugo, Ah Fun, A C
Judson, J Artlgucs, It Von Ohlhaffen and
wile, t. l-ralt, 1 U Wall, L, Hansen, II
Klemine, K Klemme, A Schull, I) Daley, T
ViKcOI, W Fennell, It T Wilbur. A Hilden
wile and two children, E II Richards, W M
Coodmin.T B Field, A Manning, S II Web
ster, A Vtenclck, M W Lowell and son, C
English, I. S Olscn, F C Laney, O N Dorsey,
ici In Jilt.
From Maui, per Likelike, September 6 11
M Whitney, Rev J M Kealoha, II Cornwell,
C M While, J Robbins, F J Lowrey and wife,
W O Atwater, W W Gowlale, Miss llensor,
A Smith, J II Rcisl, Rev W A Swan, L M G
de Sylva, A Enos, wife and 2 children, and
about 75 deck.
From Port Townsend per C. 0. Whitmore,
Sept. 5,-480, 883 ft iough,.l05, 835 T andG,
antl 16,770 ft sutfaccd lumber, 5,025, pickets,
50 laths, 2 span.
From the Colonies, per Zealandia, Aug. 31-
17 pigs samples, etc., N. Fold! 7 pigs
mdse. Hollister V Co. j 4 casks rum, 5 hhds.
ale, 3 cs plants, 3 nkgi to older, 1 dor 4
crates fowl, II. Purvis; 1 heifer, II. Macfar
lane and 2,014 pigs transit.
ForlSan Francisco per Alameda, Stpt I
1,444 bnclis bananas, i6,68C pkgs, 1988, 277
lbs sugar, 3,758 bgs lice, 17 cs betel leaves, 2G1
bndls, 550 pkgs green hides, 46 dry hides; 8
bndls, 520 pes sheep skins; 1 bndl, 54 pes gait
skins,! chest,! bx taro, 2 sks coin $4,298, 1 hx
sovereigns $25,000. I pkg jewelry, 3 empty
tanks, 2 ex citrars. 8 cs tobacco, lb nki's sun
dries, 200 bndls sugar cane, 5 rolls leather, 3
unuis gunny sicki, iininestlc value $122,150.
88; foreign value $30,951.20.
tiik jok.v.vo a if rim.
ltnmlaii Srjitemhrv lit.
St. Aldan's. College liegins its fall term to
day. Chief Justice Judd and family and Mr. C.
Furneaux returned to town last Saturday.
Beach beat Hanlan in Ihe recent rowing
match on the Paramatta river, August 161I1,
by six lengths.
G. K. Boardmsn has been appointed to po
sition in the Honolulu Custom House, vice E.
R. Hendry resigned. '
Some men and boys with torches anil trans
parencies paraded the streets last Saturday
night, serenading the ministers and going to
the palace. So soon as they (the elect) wcie
inside the palace vard, the gates were shut,
Further comment is unnecessary.
Thte were 5,560 letters and 1,143 papers
forwarded by the post-office per Alameda.
The Zealandia took such as was marked to go
by her, about 140.
Miss Grey bad so far improved by Monday
morning that Mr. and Mrs W. 0. Smith sailed
by the Alameda as planned. Mr. Smith will
visit Southern California during his absence.
Itcmenyi, in he generosity ol his Hungar
ian heart, in appreciation of an appreciative
public in these tropic isles, has tendered a
concert by his company to the Stranger's
Friend Society nt the Music Hall on Friday
The little red fish, Alalaua, hat re-appeared
In such numbers as to have largely rewarded
quite an army of anglers, last evening, along
the esplanade front. One observer remarked
that off Ihe Likelike whaif the fishing rods
were so thick you could have walked along
The " Orplun "may the fates be good to
him has sailul away into the fug-flecked
east. He has not jet determined whether he
win go north anu buy up a county or so in
Eastern Oregcn or Western Washington 1
whether ho will go still further north and try
and "bond" Alaska ; or whether he will go
south and pursuade Diat that he ought to put
the Durcngo wheat fields into a joint stock
coiporatlon and allow him to float the stock.
But, wherever he goes or stays,
he will not soon be forgotten. He will
be accompanied as far as San Francisco,
by that other eminent stock broker, Mr. W.O.
Smith. If the world shall hear lhat thoie
enterprising gentlemen have leased the North
Pacific for salt wotks no one in Honolulu
will be sttipriscd.
Just thirty years ago to-day Ihe "Hercules
of the West" as the Japanese and Chinese used
to call Captain Morse, when first officer of one
of the mail steamers plying between California
and Hongkong, was assisting Charley Judd
and Jchn Cummins to drive cattle from
Koolau over the Pali to Honolulu. The cattle
had been divided Into three bands of fifty
each. Morse and a native boy were driving
one band in which was a Polish bull. When
about half way up the Pali this bull, some
distance ahead of his immediate driven,
turned and charged down the narrow path
way, The native boy spurred his horse, to
ward the bank, the horse's feet touching it,
tils position leasing just room enough behind
for Morse to swing his horse close to the bank
atlhebu)! waton them. The animal wis,
u stated, of Polish bleed, with horns that
turned down and then out, to lhat, when
striking with horns well down, his forehead
would be inorcslangerous than his horus. He
struck the horse of the native jusf behind
the stirrup, the boys leg escaping the blow,
and forced both horses against the wall with
what the usual repoiter would term, a "Jul I,
sickening thud." The horses, tnd Morse's
l.esr leg acted with the elasticity of a ipiing
cushion, The bull striking this Improvised
cushion at tn obtuse angle, caromed against
a big, slippery rock and went heels over head
down the bank. When Captain Morse (not
then t captain) looked back, he noticed that
Cummins and Judd, tome hundieds of feet
below, were scaling the tides of the pall
perhaps in search of feint and trying to drag
their horses up after them. This a true story,
a "truly true story,' as tht Ctntdian journals
0rhhtvM4tyft tStfR4MstsF )-(
Tbt Alameda took away yrtttiday cargo
valued at $I5J,I0, aad ose haadred and
'tiinnn - tfl" fc
gsi 1 ay a "lp.
The Planters Monthly, The Hawaiim
Monthly and the I- riend forSeptcmber appearest
promptly on the first.
The Wlndsnr premises on King street is fur
rental. The Press assertion recently tint Tt
hid been engaged was evidently premslurc.
Last night, between 7 and II, the cap
tain of the Llholiho was robbed of his walch and
aliout $ 0 in cash fiom his room on Queen
street near Alakc-t. ,
Mrs. D. McKlntev and Miss MeKInlev
did not goto California by the Alanmls, ow.
inp to the sudden Indispustllou of Mrs. Me
Klnl. v ssho is not, however, dangeiously ill.
The Honolulu Rowing Club, crew number
three, practice dally at 4 p. !., Sundays ex
cepted. Its members hope to be alile to out
pull any six oared crew in the harbor on the
The finest johndonkey in the country Is not
yet owned by Mr, F. Ilayseldeii. It is not
known whether the animal wfts to draw a "tur
key" wacon. or "bustle" aiound to hcln draw
Ihe salary of the assessor for the disliict of
Messrs. Iiwin and Spreckels have given
the Music Hall fot the Stranger's Friend
Society Benefit next Friday night, at half
price, $25 the amount required to pay for
lighting and for cleaning alter the perfor
mance Last Saturday the govcrnnicut sal,l they
would pay Monday, Monday they said they'd
ay on Tuesday, Tuesday they said they'd
announce when they'd be ready to pay. At
present they are paving salaries only and
there Is " a rv-tle, just .1 v-tle, favoritism even
David McCartney Jr., a member of the firm
of Benson Smith & Co., died last night at 1 1,
of malarisl fever with typhoid symptoms. Mr.
McCartney was a native of Pennsylvania, aged
27. llewata conscientious man In every
walk of life. Ills death it a loss lo the com
munity. There have been an unusually large numler
of persons going from llilo to visit the great
Crater of Kllauea this year. Many large par
lies, much larger than have gone from the
other side of the island although special Induce
ment has been made to get persons desirous
ol visiting the crater to go that way. On arrival
At Hllo by the steamer Kinau passengers can
have their choice of two hotels, one kept by
Mr. C. N. Arnold, the other by Dr. C. S.
Kittredge. Each provides horses ( no guide
needed) at a fair price if desired.
A friend of the Guide gives this account of
how Captain Morse came to be called the "Her
cules of the West." In 1871, Morse was first
officer of the P. M. S. S. America, running be
tween Shanghai and San Francisco. One
day when the Vessel was half way between
Yokohama, and Shanghai, the butcher and his
assistants took ft large California steer out of
its pen, meaning to slaughter it. Breaking
from them it started down one of the broad
passages leading to the cabin, at that time
weftsillcd by ladies and children. Fortunately
Mate Morse look in the situation and was
near enough to grasp it. The case was one of
taking the bull by the horns, and "the II. of
llic V." wa3 equal to it. Advancing rapidly,
he met the steer half-way down Ihe passage,
and, grasping the animal firmly by the horns,
turned it over on its back quicker than
you could say Jack Robinson. There was,
of course, assistance enough at hand the mo
ment after and the furious animal was
dragged back to hit death with iguominlout
abiuptncss. Mate Morse was the hero of the
hour and enough pretty women shook bauds
with him to male the purser and the doctor
always ladies men, par excellence green with
jealousy. Apropos ol taking the bull by tlie
horns, there arc many native Hawaiian and
not a few foreigners who can do the twitt-'em-on-their-backs
business with neatness and dis
patch. Ashford Spencer, of Kauai, ii one of
the cleverest of them.
TAurittaif, .friirrmder 4th.
The Courl Journal announces, semi-nllicially
that the palace purposes to precipitate a
The steamer Mokolii took away another
deputation of sixteen unfortunate lepers yester
day for Kalawao, Molokai.
A noisy spread was given by the Prince'
Own at the Armory on Tuesday afternoon,
said to have been in honor of Princess Llliu
Postmaster-General Whitney has taken a
flying trip to Wailuku, Kahului and adjacent
postal quarters, on official business, intending
to return on Saturday,
Mr. Edward Jones.rcceiveil on Tuesday the
duplicate government bonds for tho?c stolen
from him at Lahaina several years since, accord,
ing to the law rrcently enacted.
The police court yesterday had a very mild
session; in fact the spell of warm weather,
through which all arc sweltering, takes the
" bit " inclination even fiom the station house
and the establishments contributing to it.
The steamer James Makee touched bottom
at Waianae yestciday morning whereby
she received such Injuries as to send her on the
Marine railway for repairs Immediately after
Much complaint about the present condi
tion of drinking water is being made. It has
certainly a bad odor and could not possibly
be made worse by boiling before it Is drunk
possibly a w isc precaution for the rest of the
The assertion of contemporaries lhat the
Bulletin-Press consolidation would not tale
place, as announced, is without warrant. The
application for a charter has been made in good
faith and further steps in the matter await
the action of the Privy Council.
There have been erected, recently, at con
venient locations along Nuuanu Slicct, a num.
bcr of handy hydrants with short sections of
hose for use in alaimi of fire till the engines
arrive and get tow oik. This Is a good pre
caution and may save the town from a disas
Mr. Charles J. Fishel it closing up his Nuu
anu street branch store and concentrating
forces and attractions to his main establishment
The recent Press ttsertion that he would open
a stand at the corner store now lecmpied by
Mr. C. Hammer, was premature, Inasmuch as
the pietent occupant has not completed the
plan; he contemplated.
Following the depattute of the inter-Island
stcamtis, whereby there was quite an exndui
of passengers, both native and foieign, thit
little, burg his put on iuih a dull, quiet rnein
cito have utterly annihilated the hope cs
piessed that on the close of the legislature
people would give more attention to busines
and less to politics, ergo, that immediate bene
fit of trade la general would cniue.
The Laird o' Fanning', In the absence of
hit own yacht, the Jennie Walker, on mission,
work to the Motttoclt tnd way stations, takes
hU departure for home to-dty by the Malolo,
whUh he hat charttrtd for this purpose, with
the proUHlity of vending bet from Fanoiag'i
UUn4 to ban rrarunioa at be dm on a termer
occasion. May tht trtdt winds waft bin
gently Ig bit Island horse, and uwe gnat Mat
yet auay ytstut of active aenrice.
The late burnt districts are exhibiting sign'
of activity, in clearing away debris, tearing
down ruins and making repairs. The pre
mises lately occupies! by P. A. Dlst arc beinc
put in onl'r again for occupancy, ami at soon
as the live premises, on Nitnanu Street, are
cleareil off, steps will be taken for the erection
nf a corrugated Iron establishment In the rear,
with ,t front store proliably taking the stand of
thc.McCnndless building, instead of at theeorner
of the lane as formerly.
Mr. T. R. Foster and Mr. J. M. Salt went
over by the Alameda to meet and greet the
new addition for the Inter-island Steam Navi
gallon Company's fleet, the James G. Maine.
Mr. Sass will bring the new host down, at he
has done several others of this line, but it Is
nol certain whether a new and local name will
lie given her on her arrival, or whether she
will retain the one the builder has given
rrhtait Sitttmher ,t.
The Y. II. Dimond has hauled to the S. S
Co's. wharf to load.
Mr. Arthur Peterson was admitted to the
bar the rally part ofthls week. He will hang
out his legal shlncle shorllv. locatiniT (minora-
rilywitli Mr. Willl-im Kinney, on Kaahtimanu
An unwisely w illy critic civet the public a
sample of his marc'a nesting In rne of Wednes
day's contemporaries, because of Ihe omis
sion of a line In the male up of n piragraph In
Wednesday's Guide. Readers ol to-morrow'a
Press will please note the paragraph as written.
Mr. It. W. Lalnenfthitcityls the proud owner
of a relic nf ancient time of no little curiosity.
in having Inherited from his father-A copy of
the Hallo well (Maine) Garctle of 1826, brown
wilhnge, bul containing many interesting Items
and evidences of (blue) Isw that would shame
a suggestor thereof In these tin) .
The recently published report of the lioaril
of health for August shows quite an Improved
monthly record for this year, compared with
last year, as also of 1S79 and slightly so of
1SS0, but the reverse when compared with
1882, 18S1 and largely so when compared
with 1S7S. The moituary record it At follows 1
1878 28; 1879, 69; 1SS0, 48; 1S81, 31! 18S2, 35;
1S83, 60; 18S4, 40.
The many friends cf Mils Annis Montague
Ihe Hawaiian Nightingale and Mr. Charles
Turner, will learn with pleasure of their con
tinued success in Australia, they having lately
terminated a brllliinf season of English opera
in Sydney. It is not at nil improbable lhat
they will return here next month and
favor us with a short season of concerts ere
they go on to the Stales. Those who heard
them in their operatic selections at Knwai.1h.10
Church in the fall of 1SS0 will realltc the rich
treat that is in store for the music lovers of this
The steady departures of shipping, foreign
and coastwise, and the almost total absence of
arrivals since the first of the vv eck hat rendered
the harbor quiet and comparatively bare. This
condition of things has its cheering as well as
Its depressing aspect, for it enables ihe dredg.
ing of the harbor to go on with less liability of
Interruption from the excitement and attrac
tion of naval and comineicial marine so com
mon to in, especially at this time of the year.
Then, too, the field is quite clear for the prac
tice of the Pcle and its tenders in naval man
ocuvers, prcpiratory to the Court Journal's
A pally of ten friends of Earl Greig, went
out on the Malolo yesterday afternoon, to say
good bjeto the Laird o'Fanning's. They
took with them a row boat, intending to pull
back In It. lust outside the spar buoy a squall
struck them, forcing Ihe row boat under the
chain plate twits of the Malolo, upsetting the
row boat instantly. Four natives were in her
at the time. One of them gathered up the
five oars adrift, and, as a bit of bravado doubt,
less swam ashore with them. The other three
climbed on to the keel of the capslred boat
and sat astride until the Malolo came round
and hove them a line. Tht parly of ten went
ashore in a pilot boat.
All Anltllc Untruth.
It is a trifle late in the week now ; but the
Guide's ait editor didn't get around to it be
fore and he's not to be' driven. The Kinau of
last Tuesday bore away into the twilight shad
ows of Ihe Molokai Channel Hawaii's most
famous visiting artists, Mr. Charles Furneaux
of Boston and Mr. Joseph Strong of San
Francisco, Strange though it may sicni, these
distinguished gentlemen had never before met.
There have been several explanations of this
rather surprising circumstance, the following
being considered by their intimates as Ihe
most satisfactory in all particulars. Mr. Fur
neaux licsidcs being a landscape painter of
extended and extensive reputation is a conchol
oglst, n fovsilist and an ostcogenist of no mean
ability. All the time that he can spate from
art Mr. Furneaux devotes to the study nf living
and extinct shell fish, of petrifactions and the
grow th of lionc i and on the several occa
sions of Mr. Strong's calling, was cither absent
fiom his studio, or so absorbed in his favorite
occupations as to be content ta leave the hos
pitalities to his pallette lioy. Mr. Strong has
his hobbies also. Besides being a portrait
painter of graphic strength and finished deli
cacy, he is one of the most muscular young
Christians fot hit Inchct, In alt-thls musculai
burg. His boxing if not Sullivanistic It at least
more than Kipilonian, his swimming and
diving recently enabled him to rescue from a
watery grave the present athletic governor of
Oahu ; and hit foil and broadsword fencing is
better tlian barb wire. By a happy coinci
dence, both took passage on latt Tuesday's
Kinau, Mr. Furneaux for Hllo and Kau, his
fellow artist for Makena Bay and Ulupalakua.
There happened to be a mutual friend on
board whom modesly forbids the art writer
to mention and he determined to make Ihem
acquainted. So approaching the San Fran
ciscan he said i "Do you see yonder small
but dUtinguithed-lookirg gentleman?" "What,
that uibane appearing person who looks like a
middle-aged patriarch F "Yes, thai Mr, Fur
neaux." "Indcesl I Glad I've seen him I"
Not discourtged the mutual friend sauntered
over to where Mr. Furneaux sat, one eye on
the serrated crest of Waitnae, the other on the
opaline tinti of the ever-changing Kaibor.
"Do you tee that robust, knock-you-out-ln-(wo
looking voung fellsj-y over there ?" What
lhat, pjwetfully built, voung person, hall
Hercules half Adonis ?" "Yet, thtt't Strong
Strong the artist I" "The artist? Glad you
told me.' The mutual friend was a trifle
dashed, but he bided his lime. A few of (he
passengeit elected to t'lcp 011 deck, among
them were the two aillils. The mutual friend
slyly managed that their matlrassct should be
side by side, He then made hlrowlf as narrow
at possible and lay down between them.
After tbey had turned In, the mutual friend
slyly slipped put without the notice of either.
"You said his name u Strong," said sud
denly soene one tt Mr. Slioog's right, ia a
stage whisper. "What does he do for a
living?" "Palatt" said Strosg, rseantly.
"Wbat't bk le. wagons or ttgnt ?" , "Signs,
chiefly" replied the Drilled Sao Fransiteaa.
'.'lie's at woik at present oa ose, tU by teo
ffttt'to tit- It It Uttodtd tor Mr,' f iHMtuta'i
studio and will bear the legend 'standing
room only, Mr. Furneaux can see a Joke at
readily as he can detect the shadow of a shade.
And grasping Mr. Strong's hand he replied 1
"This it the ftlcnd I have long have lough
and t'ghcil lvcc.iusc I found him not." And
when they parted at Makena each vowed
eternal friendship, and promised to exchange
sketches anon, N, It. The irt editor It
romanclst and the accuracy of the above narra
tive it debatable.
Witty clilren, outward bound 1 "Vet, I
had to go 1 You tee t hcord you were going
to start another paper and 'twas mote'n I
Dull Journalist t "Sol Thcti It teemi the
sheet has done some good already,"
To day at 3 r. t., Lyont & Levey, will tell
a large astortment ol dry goodt at the I. X. L.
tore, corner of Nuuanu and Queen streetl.
A SSIGNEES SALE OF LAND
IN KALtlll, OIIAU.
By Order of C Doltt. ni , tnd M. Green, Ci ,
Assignees of the Cttste of Alooa.
1 will stll tl public taction,
ON SATURDAY SEPTEMBER tl
At 11 o'clock noon at ulctreora,
Pour Lots of Lsiid In Katlhl, Oahu, vtl
1.01 No. 11 howi certAln j pieces of Unit la
KaIiM known as Ka)c4w, containing ait area of I 94.
100 cre, and fulljr described In Rtciury OMm, Ltbte
11. pp- ii", l, in. tills Is a line piece of Taro
LOT No. 1 Those, eertaln 4 pircili of Tro Land,
numbered 11, io, 14,14, known 11 Kaluaopaleoa an4
eonuinii k an a-ea of 3 6-ioo ctts as described la R.
f'. V93. with Ihe buildiiije and Improvements tbsraon,
A fine crop of laro Is growing up.i this Und.
LOT No. Those parcels ofTro LAnd Isnosra
as paii of KumtiVulul, as described In Liber 1), pp.
if). 3SO, 1JT, and PoliAuloe, as described la t.lbtr ),
PP- 4'S, 4 conulnlni together an aia of about
acres, with the buildings Aid Impros etnanls thtrooo
A eruptf tAro Is crowing upon thtw. lust.
LOT No. 4 Thai certain plect clil Wing A pin
of Kumukukul. and conlAtn an area of about 50-100 of
an acre with the building and Improvements lhartoa.
For furllier particular! apply to tht Assignee as
above, or to
K. P. ADAMS,
QTEAMERS AT AUCTION.
Ity order of II. IIACKFELD k CO., I wUI toll cat
. ON TUESDAY, SEPT. .th,
Al 1 1 o'clock a. M., atmysatesrooa,thA
STAUNCH STEAM SCHOONER
W. U. REED,
00 Tout butUiaa.
" WITH'HER t
ANCHORS & CHAINS
Meant rTlnrA, MU.,
And all other appartl, at the now lies al anchor in ta
hubor. This steamer is wtll titled and adapted for tha
Island trads ; has a Steam Winch forllfilngandiwa.ro.
cming and discharging cargo, sic. Shi Is a good car
rier, hat spacious deck and Is economlcAl to coosuaBtlsva
ALSO-At the t-ama time, will h aWltl,
iub rrse ,
STEAM YACHT "KAPIOLANI"
at Tons burthen,
Complets In Every Rcfftsttart,
WITH DOUULE ENGINES.
XJT These vessel can Ik inspecixl at any time tuao
application to Meairi, IIACKFF.LD & CO.
7;. V. AUA3TH, AutHr.
Doctor Whitney's dental rooms will be. clotoa (rota
Monday September it! lo MondAy Sept. to, 1KJ4.
CQUARE TO A CENT.
tiik ukahox or 01x hvccmmm.
W do business on strict pelaclplaa.
have only a fixed ptrctsttaga a a twaeU.
TUK I'JiHVKXTAait O.VF IS ArtBEB
TO TUB COST Or TIIK GOOD.
We never deviate from tho prtc gatd uadtw
any circumstance. We aaatt. al awtilt
with telUna; price In plaits Ifftsrt,
W misara&r&as -
We exchange goods caterfuiiy aad rettvra
money wllflaaly ween aaaUe U MM car
OUR MOTTO I
"A child of five years cAn buy as cavesva at a at) al
eipcrKnee," It (aiiMiitly itWieied.
Hale no miitale I St Ihe naost of
m. cony at co.,
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
ts aad at Fart tMreet,
OAHU COLLROB east
PUNAHOU PREPARATORY SCHOOL,
FAIL TKRM BKQMXg MONBAT, .
TBMHKB ta, 1H4.
Tb Trutisct art happy to arusoutte that ta ate
iwid year since ihe alopk of lb ikw CcJtrt tf tlt1r
,um. ,w v ( euttvwwu , ae. au
a gradual of Mr. llcJ)-obe. an. for Is '
snsmberof tbe Seminary faculty, has tstta
in Instructor alike Collete. lib eifiooMst skat test
new j'rnfcsenrsliip of Inaoenlry 404 (eat ataaaat
?rieiKYe wui 1 nuea eariy in ta ywaf.
Mis Emm V. Hall, as aaptrUacest taael
fur some jesis PrlndpaJ ut t Grattuaar Hit at.
fuoahew Preparatory School. OiJyaetvaMrj
can b iecis4 at itua etkoul, and ttety srtV It a
led In order 4 application, bka matt b audi to
C. M. II, de, D, 1)., or 10 lb Pi.aWea catt Ctj
mass.. CAWitea irwa Sl.a BOSeMon t taw at
sMajoguet mm on appiKAiioti,
DEAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
The assignees of tht ssiale i trl4 Ceosslatisiag.
a baakrups. wiflMll ai rsiUHe auctiosi, at tat rVaat .
sraataof AUeUa) Mum, llwsolsilii, s uW to-tijr
itSttasstf & stfd'aSt?:
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