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itnmlail, Jul Mil,
lnr ta "n m II ' ornwtill Hin
enek best . ptaMing'i Faismma in the
mil dash it Kplolni rrV Trust t:i7fc.
Tilt lint Iwslsnl mIM unfsy fn pttee of
dM Hair Ptanter for Rani. Nikw and Nfflsn.
Tfct Ptomer will be sm to fln Prtrtdaen
pttltmhly rwrt rk, to hat a nor boHtr tail
The rnonntr Anna, MtCalloeh, maatar,
sttfcH July 1 6th, from KahaM. for San Prn
eta, with a rati ersp of itittsr, IMa Ptoi
tetirfti stripped t,j$Q bag j ami the II, C. .".
Cn,, A,toO hstp ; a total of 718, v poor).
Ltt Saturday night, at half-patt 8 o'clock,
a Iwfjrtary wrw eomtttllted ajuxi the premises
of Mr. C. A forts; on Nttusmt Street. The
ftmflt- te sitting onotl the front reramlah
when the borglar, supposed to be a I'ortu
gutsr, broke Into (he ennrrtmtn'l room sdjnfn
ftis the stable, ami took a Hunk therefrom
Into one of the stalls, where It wa broken
opei) and the content rlfleil. The thief was,
dim bt less, setrchrne; for morn y, as nothing t ai
taken sere some receipts which he prolmMy
mittoftk for Mill In Ihe dark.
Since Friday but, the following domestic
cargo Itaee nrrlrerl 1 per atmr Hunter, 1,916
bugs svgar, 30 bags rice, 1 horse and 70 hides)
per stmr C. K. Ilihop, i,Coj Iraq sugar, M
sack rice and to pkgs sundries ier schr
Manuokawji, 215 hags sugar ami fxx) bags
rice ; per Khr Hmrrifi, 1,1 Co bags sugar 1 per
Khr Waltele, 1,995 bag sugar; per atmr
Kllsuea Hon, 3,382 Irags sugar, 70 lone junk
and .0 cattle) per tmr V. 0. If ill, 2,716
l,.g sugar, 1 1 bags cofltc, 83 In,; nwa, 42
hides', I hore, II fig ami 117 pltgs sundries;
per Unir I,cIiua, 287 li.iq sugar, 1 18 lags
potatoes, 59 bags cum, I horse ami 600 feet
koa lumbers per atmr James I. Dowictl, 50
bsle wool, 10 head cattle, 1 15 sheep anil 100
bags :,vroj per atmr Mokolii, 215 bags sugar
and 1 1 barrels molasses.
rtritit)lt tfttljf 'J Int.
Why la the Kalakaui coimge like the lie
brew race ? llccautc it is the Issue of David
and knows not when it hall be redeemed.
The sleatner Klnau brmtght t,3S4 bags
sugar, 6 bales wool, 2 horses, 90 hides, 300,
goat skins, 262 pieces koi boards, 30 tags
corn and yo pkgs sundries.
Miss Agatha Clark is entitled to credit for
the veiy beautiful manner in which she decora'
id the dance programmes of last I'riday's lioj
at Mr. V. G. Irwin's. A spray of fern and a
iprnyofmoss wcie made to form a tiny arch
ocr the word "Aloha" on each programme.
The device is worlli copying in similar affairs.
Ihe Minn Lchua nnd .Mokolii will UkejIS
adult Japanese laborers to Maui to-day as fol
low i I' or the II. C. 6. t, Co., hahiilui 275;
for the Reciprocity Sugar Company at llamoa,
.10. The steamer Kinau will take 155 to be
iltributed ns follows: Ililo Sur-ar Co., 50;
Samuel I'arker, I'aatthau, 20; Ookala Sugar
Co., 25; fiakalau Plantation, 40; Kuhala
Sugar Co., 20. Total 470.
Mr. Jules Tnsernicr, Ihe artist, has painted
nlwndsomc picture in water colors for Wilder'
Steamship Co., containing seven sketches of
views on ihe route and at the Volcano. The
picture will be framed and hung In llic conf
pmy's office. The sketches ore as follow s:
View of the edge of the crater, grass house,
Mauna Kea (from the road to the Volcano),
Ciater of Kllauca, Ilalemaumau, Uird'j nest
in lava cue, and Ihe IIamaku.ico.tst.
The Nihoi party sailed anay with eclat last
night. 'Iho parly was feminine, by a large
majority : nnd rather juvenile than otherwise.
Mrs, Governor Dominii was the head of the
native mrtion of the party. She wore several
Icis of fjlngcr flow crs. Among the haolc ex
cursionists Kev, S. I". Ilislmp, Hon. S. 11.
Pole and Mr. V. V. Hall were conspicuous.
Mrs. I. M. llccklcy has gone to sje if she can
secure sonic curios for the museum. Mr.
Itivhop will try and survey the island. Mr.
Dole will study Its birds. Mr. Jaeger will
nvish its palm groves. Mr. Williams will
photograph its ugliness. Three valuable con
tributors will describe it for Ihe Saturday 1'ress
II rthienilitu, Julii'J'imt.
T he stmr Planter is loading sugar for ''an
rrjscliccti she received the cargo of tic
stmr Waimanalo yesterday.
The slmr Waimanalo brought 600 b!igs
sugar and the schr Leahi S50 bags paddy
)ctterday. The l.cahl will lake 20 Japs to
Ihe Piincevlllc Plantation to-day.
The steamers James Makceand C.R. Ilishop
which were la. s'l Tuesday afternoon left
on their icspective routes yesterday at noon.
The steamers havclicen detained on account
of some delay nt ihe Immigration dcivot coa
cerning the Japanese to be shipped by Messrs.
W. Ci. Irwin & Co.
The following additional domestic cargoes
have arrived this week I Schooner Mile
.Morris, 400 bags paddy 1 schooner I.uka,
1,113 bags sugar j schooner UuiLal, 312 bags
sugar, 4 bids, hides, 137 bags lice ; schooner
Mana, 1,450 bags iiigarj steamer lualanl,
2,227 "Rs suftr, I horse, 40 pkgs. sundries j
sleamcr Waimanalo, 500 bags sugar.
Mr. frank Austin of Onomea, Ililo, Ha
In the.e columns some time ago. .Mr. Austin
lus taken orders for a number o machines, 12
el which are now being constiucted by the
Hawaiian Carriaijo Company. One maybe
seen there now and well deserves the attention
of those interested incline cultivation. .Mr.
Austin lui jusl completed his plans for another
needed adjunct lo cane cultivation a machine
to move holiohino and other wccd from rows
of young cane. When a working model shall
be made we will furnish our readers with a
description of it.
The Hawaiian IV.t Office Dervtitment has
nt the (JuJde a copy of the Hawaiian IWal
Guide Vo). 1, Ko. 1 for July, 1&S5. It ccr.
tains a summery of regulations In the lUwa&n
Domestic .and IVircIgn ?ostal KciWcc. It is
pilnted inlwth Hngllsh and Hawaiian. The
following make up the pre3cnl depaitmtntal
stalTt Hon. II, M. Whitney, postmaster em-
, erejf Mr. I. Ik Peterson, auMant, otiiutcri
' I'avm.Manaku, chid delivery cleikt Mr.
N. C Wllfong, money order clerk; Mr. Wil
liam Jelmson, Mr. George I. Desha and Mr.
J. Kaltaloa,asiortlngcleik( .Mr. O. C. Swain,
assistant deliverjr clcrki and Mr. Henry Drjant,
JAur.;.lv, Juliy V3rtt.
The schr Man sailed today with ijjun
s for Hiuhcock's Plantation, Papskou,
The Klir Malolo sailed yesterday evening
for t'JiJfkou with 100 ton of manure and
20,oc feet of lumber. $4
lWct-Sutton tf I ho Atamed., ami the Mer
chant's i;xchaii?or San Kiincitco have pur
thanks for a full Me of Trisco pajvrs.
The "giral ier"lis just dUcovercd thai
1'iank Ilie it dead. If its enterprise had
been exercised scvtral years sgo the news
woiild be fresher.
Mr. Alfrcs, MiCaithy, iccenlly foreman, of
Ihe Daily I taw nihil, it now one of the pro.
iniciori of the Sierra County Tribune of Dgwn
, Dick Cahtl, ihe one-amiol man, escaped
Irom the piison this morning. It is proumcl
that he was dissalUlicd with the board fur.
nt.hcd by Captain Tiiprv, lie was re.
Nlr-m -ah' 111 t -' inr ir -.Ja --nl I
fr-tm Mn rrsncur.i I ily 151I1, at 1 i
First 48 hnnra, stormy X W. winds, with a
rnssfh sea 1 thenc Iih!, ftottheriy and X. S.
wrmb, with a stnomfc tm and rMtWnsj stierwsirs.
On th 16th, tjiiiil a hatk mr!hisj to the
owhward. ArrlTed, July Mm), at 12 M., 6
days, 25 bnars,
5tTtrl paawimen who anhnrd by the strnr
Alameda are already booked for the Voleino
(rtevs rout) per the Ktmn nest Tsesrlay.
The steamer llanter vslll sail to-morrow
mornine for San KranchKe. Her hotter has
been repaired sufficiently to make the trip with
Ihe akl of some soft patch! whkh she will take
The following domestic cargoes hare arrived
in poll 1 Per Nshmrmet Sarah and t:ihw, 340
bags iddy ) ier schooner Josephine, 75 bags
salt ; per schooner Mile Morris, too bag
Two death occurred on Ihe Alameda on her
last I rip 10 San I'raneisco. John Santos a
Portuguese died of consumption ami George
I). Clarke, a watchmaker who had gone to
San I-'ranriico intending to return by the Ala
meda, died of heart disease.
The American bark Amy Turner, Captain
Newell, sailed from Boston, March lOlh, ex
peiicnced heavy gals rounding Ihe Horn and
arrived in port on Ihe 22nd of July, after being
out 134 days. She will unloid part of her
cargo here and will proceed lo Hong Kong in
a few days where she will dixhargc the re
mainder. fHier Inlitml Xotr.
An official dinner was given to the premier
and ihe attnrncy.gcncr.il on July 15th, by
Judge I', S. Lyman, nt his residence in Ililo.
The three masted schooner Umrna Claudina,
Captain William Matson, .iirivcd at Ililo July
loth, 1 5 day from San I'raneisco. She brought
as passengers, Miss 11. A. Arms, Miss Clara
Cleveland, Mrs. Morrow and Miss Knowles.
The Governess of Hawaii left Ililo,
July 15th, nt night, lo embark on the Varna
shiro Maru. The streets were illuminated with
large torches for teveral blocks, and she was
ccortcd lo the wharf by cltirens and police
Premier Gibson nnd Atlorney-Gcncral Paul
Ncwmann addressed Ihe citirens of Ililo, July
15th, at the court house, giving them cau'e to
think that the government might build, in
lime, a rail road over the 32 miles from Ililo
to Ookala. The Islands being very wealthy,
of course, time may do wonders.
The beautiful steamer Vamashiro Maru ar
rived at Ililo, July 14th. i:crjoiieuavin-
tercstcd 10 visit her. She is as magniflcicnt a
specimen of marine architecture as ever visited
Ililo, and is commanded by a gentlemanly lot
of officers, who look serial pains In showing
visitors their beautiful vessel. On the iG.h,
a select company of ladies and gentlemen were
aken on an excursion lo I-aupalioclioe and
As the foreign mall arrives at Honolulu,
July Slh, Ililo people thought ihe poat-maslrr
wo'dil forward the mail by the Kilauea Unit,
which arrived at Ililo on Saturday, July nth ;
mt when ihe steamer came nnd brought no
foreign mail, all were disappointed. The
lapanesc slenmcr arrived m Tuesday, the 14th
insl., and mail could he sent by it, so the
prcmitr said ; but it was not sent. Hope the
post-master will do better in the future for
Mr. Voung is putting up n double effect and
maceration process lor the Kohala Plantation.
Union Mill is soon to have a double cITecl, and
Mr. Hind has been running bis triple effect a
week or more. Judge Hart is highly satisfied
with his double effect, it having enabled him
to wotk ofi several more clariliers of juice each
day, thereby saving tons of coal a day.
His trash house were long tnce filled, nnd
Ihe surplus trash, beside that necessary for
running the works, was piled out of doors.
He is now, or sout will be, putting in amaccra
tinn process. The Halawa and Star Mills will
have to step up to the mark. Manager Walsh
of 1'ai.a has been looking into the sugar mills at
Kohala and passed on to Ililo through the
Kev. '. C. Oggel, en route to Ihe Volcano,
writes as follows: "The Hon. Mr. Wilder
mapped out our trip for us nnd we hive travel
led (tus far on land nnd sea with the greatest
convenience and pleasure. Our friends in
Honolulu, with the kindest intentions,' pre
dicted for us a tough ocean; sca-siikness and
rain right along on Hawaii, but so far none of
these things have come to pass. Winds and
waves have been as propitious and as kind 10
us as the officers nnd waiters on the Kinau,
nnd the many pleasant people that we have
met since we left home. As for rain, only
two light shunters during a weck' stay at Ko.
hal.i, ami not n drop has fallen since we
reached, beautiful Ililo. We expect 10 reach
Keauhou in goood season. Mr. W, has kindly
arranged thai Mrs. O, and myself can stay
there over night and take horses for the Vol.
canoln the to.ining. lam writing in our
stateroom on the Kinau and it Is rvs comfortable
as was our room on the Mariposa nearly a
lit? youniiiy xKtrs.
Iiielr Cod (ifMeriif .liuerleiiii
I.'m ri'j.rn J ie lift vf the llvilJ.
Peru's revolt is net yet quelled.
The Panama war is quite ut an end.
Diplhetia is prevalent in San I'raneisco.
Great industrial and political disquiet pre
vails in Mexico.
The officers o the Hartford received on the
Tourlhof July cl Mare Island.
Horace Page, KvCongtcitman from Call
forma, favors annexation of these islands by
llrolher Gibson will rejoice lo know that his
co-relyionlsts In Salt I.ake grosly Insulted the
American llatf on the l'CH?h of July.
The Manila lUsit was $5.60 for 91 sugar,
and llav.vian rice was quoted a.t ( lo 6j
Cents when the Alameda left 'Frisco.
"Advices from Texas Vslicato thai the cot.
ton and grain crops of that state this year will
lie lite largot ever known.' Go Hast, young
nun, go Last.
On the 14th the Aucl.vliosliU-s were in the
state o( Sonoia, Mexico, uncaptured. On the
Ali'onaside of the border no hostile are rc
iwricd. In the Yaqui region, near Guaymus,
Mexico, the Indians had not liecn subdued at
A Jewish congicgation in San Francisco on
Ihe 1 oulh of July set a good example. In the
early day it held a patriotic ot tlunk.olTeilng
service, In which 'he music was wholly
national airs, and the sermon devoted uitliely
to a consideration of topics related lo the
nillon and its history. As religion owes (o
Ibe rciiublic Ihe tolerant liberty II enjoys, it i.
especially Ippropiiate that churches should
mark ihe usjgc of the national binhday by
special okservanco. on the day IlKf.
CENMAL AUIMCAN SOUS.
General Grant It still alive.
, lilwr tliikrs are Ihrratenlng, Imitcndinc or
J taking place In many parti of lb Uniled States.
T' ! iu- Iir 1 k P mrr y want a erert
a sti'ii. to Mrs 'Miirat, executed for rumpli
etty in the assassination of Lincoln.
The Democrat In the mtertits of rtferm
want to have one of the Hefmblican members
of the Cirftttl !te CMI Servfee Commtstten
Jlsnitsstd ami a Democrat pal in Ms place.
The new Canadian franchise law, permits
Indians to vote In all the provinces, provided
they possess Ihe repifite qrottrVeallem. Other
wise It curtail the franchise prlvetege) hereto
Nhgra Kills Park was formally opened on
the 15th Instant. Y.rtty part of the grmls
are now free lo the public. An American
paper speaks of the opening as "New Vork's
Imperial gift to the world."
The Mexican Government announces that it
rill not sell an acre of its territory, ami that
It has confidence In the friendliness of Ihe
American Government. This Is in lepty to
rumors that the United States intended to
gobble,thc sister icpubllc
It has been decided that United States nava
officers who travel at government expense are
not entitled to mileage, and that tnlleige is
allowable only when they travel at their own
expense will result In saving the government
several hundred thousand dollars annually.
Absence of four months on a surgeon's cer
llfieate nf disability, with permission lo leave
the United States, has been granted to Lieu
tenant Grcely the Arctic hero. M.1. II. M
llcnson ol this city Is one of Lieutenant Greely's
closest friends, nnd it Is quite possible that the
distinguished explorer may pay these islands a
The Sicramento P.ccortl Union says :
"Good for Connecticut I The legislature of
that state has enacted a law- imposing $50 of
fine i7i Imprisonment upon every persist who
", ItnJi, givtt or effirt any book, maga
zine, paper or pamphlet devoted In the publi
cation of criminal news, stories of deeds nf
bloodshed, lust or crime. This is a movement
in the right direction, and runs upon the same
evct with the regulation of the sale of poisons.
We know of no poisonous matter one-half so
dangerous to the people as the Hood. tide or
beastly police gazette sheets and flash journals
that now prevails. Cnll it censorship of Ihe
press, or anything else ; whatever it is, or
however it may be classed, It is right. It will
be denounced ns an infringement of the press,
but it is not. The liberty of the press no more
gives license to corrupt morals nnd offend dc
cency, than the right of religious freedom for
tifies polygamy." '
Italians arc agitating til- project of making
Naples Instead ol Rome Ihe capital.
The long continued drought in the southern
provinces of KusvM'rus completely ruined the
crops in that section.
The wheat harvest in Austria and Hungary
promises to be a fair one, recent rains having
greatly improv cd Ihe crops.
The choicm epidemic in Spain iias not
abated. On the 14th instant 1,092 cases
were reported and 473 deaths.
L. J. Jennings, formerly editor of the New
York Times, is to run lor the llrilisli Pailia
inent. Many swift ocean stcatmhips chartered by
llritish Govcrnmenl when the Russian storm-
cloud was blackest, have been lying idle nt
their moorings ever since, nnd ns the leases in
most cases do not expire until the 1st of Sep
tember, il must lie months yet before the ships
are in active service again.
A new war cloud, as yet only a spcek on the
horizon, has been sighted by the Loudon
editors. A Londondispatch of the 14th says:
LordRandotph Churchill, Secretary for India,
stated in the Commons this altcrnoon that the
Government had no intention of negotiating
with Abdurnham Khan, Ameer of Afghanis
tan, for the defense of Can J aha r. England
had, he said, given certain pledges to the
Ameer, if m emergency requiring it arises nnd
the Ameer asks for assistence, whatev er Gov
ernment may be in po-vcr. The Secretary
added that the course of England was clear il
the Ameer should ask for this .-insistence. The
remaining members of the liritish Afghan
Tronticr Commission, with their military escort,
have suddenly struck thcirtcnts nnd arc march
ing rapidlytowards Hcrni. The reason lor their
hasty retirement is unknown, and the news
has caused much uneasiness. It is thought
there must be a grnve reason for leaving the
cool hills for the hot Herat valley.
THE RBT 01- THE WORLD.
i Japanese inventor har just made from
seaweed n paper transparent enough to be
substituted for window glass.
"" Pcrsoml Journalism" so called by crimi
nals and those who dread exposure generally
has broken out in London, The Pall Mall
Gazette is on the track of 'titled seducers,
adulterers and the like.
The French Government has telegraphed to
Gen. dc Courcy at Hue, directing hira 10
severely punish the Anamitc officials who tosk
part In the recent ambuscade, but to confine
his. action 10 the limits of his protectorate.
The Chinese Government recently ordered
Ihe impulsion of the English traveler Mag
Icish, from Vsrkand, Th-' governor having
acted hesitatingly in the execution of the order,
has beeojfpunlshcd, and Daglclsh has ben
foiciblyexpclled from Vaikand by ihe Chinese
Tic work of fortifying the llosphorus had
been stopped, O'iing (o the conviction that
there is no furtftr danger of a collision be
tween England and Russia on the 7th. Hut
the latest news seemed seriously to threaten
the 5ce between the two powers and the
next steamer may bring news of war.
The new African expedition of Ihe Royal
Geosyauhical Society, under enmmand of J,
T. Last, is intended to be very ihoiough in its
work. It will traverse a wide stretch of
country- southwest of Mozambique, an will
make a complete survey ot the ground
covered, its photography, pcople.'tiotany, eco
nomic prexlucts, climate and languages.
C. J. WALLER. . . . Proprietor,
Clioiocat MtU from Fiaeat Hrd.
FstatUitt anJ nbtnif wppileUoo Jion ttWe aj u
Lowest Market Prices.
All ueats delivered from this purVcf ar ttarouchlv
chiilcsl inmnliililx allsr litliaa tr wana ! a IU.
Uilcuuj. I."icrt, ler Air KefrtieiM kri u
Irraietl rttaio all ut Juc f j,rvlrtws, and U nianatnd
Uletp Ui.r after Jelilrcy iKu trcUr4ui4 aa4l.
Smril Slips IbjijIIj from LiTtrpn.l.
Ilr" Oriems from Mrvrpol, 5mrs from San
Fraflttsco and othtr tatrarrttftU,
THEO, H. DA VIES & CO.,
EaaHsh ai.l American Prints,
Whin Cattm UnHwhel Cotton.,
I.mn IM!! and IJtkV, Crown Canvai,
French Merino of different qualities,
Orer. lMue at"! Mtied flannel,
vVterrwf Teed, Drew MMerhli,
Slllis, Satin., Silk UiMei.
Velvet, Hosiery, Unelertlslhlfle,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
Larrns, WMu'and Printed MsleeVbt,
L4ni ami Lmtun I.iMikIu. TowtK
tUndVercfflcf. Motmir Nettlfl,
RttMmr Ctotbinit, Waterproof Sheeting,
Men's, Women & UilldrHVS lt.jts A Shoes,
(tires arul styles adaMeil to thfs market,)
(f .- II. -.!... tl t lll.L...
(all sfrei, wetznts, qualities anJ colon,)
t'rlrrt nntl Til )iiil vii ,
Jliili mill "rrfs,
Centre Rub', Navy and Merchant Canvat,
lllltr Press Hag, (joxi'S), Sugar Unci,
Klce lligf, Coal Pass, 3 A J t'ly Twine,
English, Hawaiian & American Flags
(i, 3 and 7 yards,)
Floor Oil CIollis, (tasteful designs, assorted widtlit)
.Men t aaiimeft, nine aauaies, rauuiery.
Iron ltedsteads, Galeanired ItucVels,
Tinned Iron let Kettles, Sauce Tans Fry Pant,
IltUllltl milVCB, fVIIITC. nilU IUl.li
Tin Plate, Siieet l.ead, Galvanized Water Pipe
',( to a Inches), v.
White ld, (various qtinlltie.V,
lloiled Oil, Turpentine,
(ai gauge, 6, 7, S and 0 fl. lengths),
fjalvaniied Screws and Withers,
I'cllow tihvftthhtff Metal C Xait
Annealed Fence Wire, Fence StapUi,
Wire Plant C turd l and Arches,
Steel Kill, with Fifth I'latei, Holts and Spikes,
A LMIGE FRHbll ASSORTMENT OF
Crockery and Gtaar. Ow, PIcki, Shovels,
Plantation and Mechanic' Too!,
Kobey U Co' VortMn 1 ncincs,
One Spltrndid Piano, by Trintmead Si Son,)
TeMtU Chain, Ootagc Soa,i,
( qualities, tn bxi 34 nnd 60 bars),
licit WcUh .Steam Co.il, CoVe,
Floorine lie, Fire Clay,
Portland Cement. (White & Johnwn'n)
I re llrickc, both squnre and arch,
Lump Kock Salt,
(3 to ti Inch widths.)
A Large and Freh Awsrtmcnt of
Califorman and Engliab Q-roceries.
CONlRACrOR and UUILDEH,
steam vr.Axrxa mills
Manufacture all kinds of
Brackets, . ,
and all kinds or wood-work finish.
TnrninB, ncroll, and Imud sawing.
fc-sisr si t
Alt Vinliof Planinjand Sawl.V, MrrtUtng, ant Tec
ORDERS PRJMPTLY ATTENDF.D TO AND
Ordeft forn the other Kland solicited. &y-6$
THH UNDKRSIONED WILL RECEIVE
MONEY AT THEIR SAVINGS
HNK UPON THE FOU
On turns ol Fne Hundred Dollars or under, from
one person, they will pay Interest at the rate of lire per
tent, per annum, from date of receipt, on all sums that
shall have remained on depov'u three months, or have
Urn on deposit three months at the time of makinf up
tisn yearly accounts. No interest will be computed on
fractions of dollar) w for fractious of a month.
No interest will be allowed on money withdrawn
within three months from dtc of deposit.
Thirty days notice mutt be given at the Dank of an
i mention to withdraw any money J and the Depositor's
Pass book must be produced at the same time.
No money will be pati except upon the Draft of the
Depositor, accompanied by the proper Pa,s-book.
On the first day of September of each year, the
accounts will b cade up, and Interest on all sums that
shall h ve remained on depoot three months or more.
and unpalda tftitt be credited to the depoLoi and
from that dat form pait of the princip-ji.
Sum of more than Three HutlreaTiolIars will be
received, subject to special agreement.
The Rank will be open every day In the week except
-aa BISHOP & CO.
Has Just rtceived pel Martpnt
DUPEE HAMS AND BACON,
Cala Oierse, Kilt Salmon Bribe., Cauil Coiltsl
Ktgt family Ileef, Saloon I'llot Bread,
CraLSers, 1 abia KaUlnt, l)rie4 IVathoa,
l)i i ApricU, I'mnea, Gcrmea
Ciill&triilit Ooiisls Ilouoy,
Tal)e Fruits, Jama and Jellies, Kainllv Flour,
Wheal, Com, Potatoes, Onions, Cnudlrt,
Old Virginia Sweat and gour PloHtw,
And uuny otltcr articles too uuoierous to etiou,
hich wilt be sold at pner to suit ihe times. liatls
faction cuarantcctl. CHAS. HUSTAfltt,
Telethon i dtlt-iS1)) No tn KlngStre
N, F. BURGESS,
CAUVEXTEtt AX1 UUIUiEH,
Respectfully announces to the public that
he has purchased the
llussincss recently ctnduclctl b) Mr, G. M, Lake, at
jS'o. 0i KlrMt street, whi.h will be uuder ibe nunaac
unt csfhis son B. P. BURGESS.
'IIS Express uill attend the amral ol every Ueamer
wki promptly ueuvcr
FKKICIlT, PACKAGUS & 1IAUGAI.E,
In llonoliila and vtciail),
rxriiisrrrtrRB ac pianos
Moved with Care.
HE, ALSO, IIAS rURCHASEl) HIE
Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water,
luunrsa rMMtolon Itt bj Sir. J. W. llingUy,
No. tk Kinx urset. ldh vkdl be conducted by Us
on. 0. W. BURGESS, aial bcr otrylhlcc lu
lh.IUv.of SVIOKtKlj- AKTICLKS can U found, ol
Ihe bra quality.
lliaokua the iblic for fxu favors aad nsiarueelriz
to froMssly saecsite alt urdtrs Ln t uhr line of UlM
new, al reasonable charges would rvspsclfttity soltcia a
srure of public patronage.
tsjt TWeavkOM A'. 3101.
JtMM FrfrkoM .V. It.
,Vo, 84 King Street, MtMmht.
'ASTLE A COOKE,
HftHOLft-lft, It. t.
Would cat! attention to thetr Large tJ
varied Stock &f
Cfimtalnf of the uurtvalteJ VttU Sife
The Mo! In Steel Urea Vers, and Furrowing Plow. Mo-
line Steel Mow 1 all tte l'Unett Jr , 'Cultl
vatoii, Dirt Scrapers,
John Deeroa Orvnjj Plow,
Flanters' I Ios of the best makes
MSSIONS CELEHIUTED CNK KNIVF.S
made to order. Ames' Shonl and .Spade,
Garden Hoes. Cam. Uarrows, Ox
Dows, Yokes, Chains, Fence
SuRar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS SUGAR KEGS,
Cum oar land Coal
Sperm Oil, Cylinder, Lara
and Keroiene Oil, Ferfect
Lubricators, I'lumbafco, Al
bany Grca?. litton's and
S. and J, 1 ties, all slieBrnl
kinds, Steam l'acMm?, Hat
and Round India Rubber,
Asbestos and Soap Stone,
Max Packing, India Hub
ber Hone, Ji toainchj 1'ipt
and Coupling, Nuts nnd
Washus, finisthetU Machine
Holts, all sires. Gold Dressed
IHacksmilh's, Engineer! and
Carpenters Hammers, rate
Cutters, Winches, 8 inch to
34 inch, Anvils, Vices, lube
Ssmper. Grmdktones, Rest
American liar Ironandlooi
bteel, lliuldeiV Hardware,
all kinds nnd m1cs, Hub
buck's Paints nnd Oil, raw
and boiled, fa malt Paints In
Oil, in farce variety. Dry
Paints, Umber, enetuin.
Red, Ochres, Metallic. &c,
Uhitinx. German Window
ass'td sites, Manila Rope
No. t and a Flour, No. i jad a Rice,
Crushed Sugar, Chlnaand Japan Teas,
Ojrstera, Clams, Salmon. Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory
Pure English Spices, Condensed Milk
Cocoa, SPUC1ALTIES: Tho 'if
iir Keroariir OU, llrarrni'w tv,i
trtfuifitl Utility, 14 Inch, Jtttbhrr
Sitrhttf nntl Ctitirti Jtrnl.r jusi at
hand.Blake Steam Pump Valves, Pack
Inir, he., Utike Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irritating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
ALSO ON CONSIGNMENT
California! lav, Ilartry, Potatoes, Barrels
.Salmon, 1 lams, AtbeMos Mialure for llouer
aod Steam Pipci, very cheap, Fence Wire
and Supl.s, Galvanized Konfinc
Wllcoa and Cibb'i Antomatlej Sinrjrr Manufaclurins
Company, Alsorled: Keminglon Company. Family;
U'itn larl.hi. ill. 1m.i1 lUllmtnt tO D found.
ana X uouom i-rtcei.
New Goo by every arrival from EnElaod, New
York aud San Francisco.
1 New Trtwtlon Ensine, 8-horw power,
Orders from the other I Jands filled al Oeit Rates and
with duoatch ajj-acs
II. I. NOLTE. PROPRIETOR.
Begs to announce to his friends and the public In cm
era! that the above Saloon provides
Frsa j a. si , till to r, x.
COISrANTlV ON HAND.
Is connected nilb lha esubllshment, where lovers of
the cue cat, participate, ,
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
V tslte pleasure In atmouncinj thai, tnaJditkm to
our CuitrkmoNBRV and Cas,b UtiiNaM, e UI
opeaoahATURIMY. Al'KH. ?jthkan
Which has been neatly fitted uu to meet lit require
menu of put trade.
Our Ice cream Mill be only of superior quality, made
uf genuine cream from the WooblAWN UaihV with
vhoot ) arrancd lo suptily us regu'arlv
uuh j-urt, cream, whkii. having frequently te ted,
enables u ta Euarantc a imtt.-Lis4 article, of Ice
crcat etiuat to that made in any tf th Uryc cities.
The fsJlowuig varieties of lea Cfciuu and Ut-ft will
be fumuhed at our openlnf . and several ubtr varieties,
if our traJe will (uuiiyiu
VANILLA. COrr.E CLACE,
STRAW F.EKkV, MNBAPFLEf
ORANGE AND STRAWI1EKKV
Parties FMp(Jist4 any day etcrj Suuday. Ituw
wuhU lean Creaoi fue Sunoay piuat leave their oticrs
oi Ssiiunlay bcfgie t) . u t whkh will be delivered
before to a. is. Sunday, Tbe rreama Ulbe vvd
to thai they U1 keep eiM boort lq firstUs coodJ-
HfQ$ to recede a thxr4 of public patroiuge la this
Line U ouj Uulnesi, and thnkiii( thc for their Uberal
favor lo the past we remala, respectfully
MELLER 4k HALBE,
TJOLLISTER & CO.,
t.'riTi: ritr ATriixrwx or tiii:
rttut.ti) . entijtrnr SiKitaUttxTs
fn psIliMir, W iheir Urfs rati
viirlsvj AMJSslment of
tsUxnnoiifrs rrutrif.vnit r,
Jmh retvjd, 'lVs is aikfrtetedjted
to be the lfnest perfume In tfx
wsrhL All of one quality.
Crest variety of odors styles
and prices, also
and the lirsest and most cornpleiaj stock of
ever kept In this Kingdom, a
Urge Invoice of
ir-i.SJfEi MKDITlZnttAXEAX SVOSOE
direct from Funr, free from
said or dirt, Atents for
PARKE DAVIS & CO'S
J. C .YJZUf COS
Horse ford's Acid Phosphates,
Grten's August Flower & German Syrup,
Allcock I'nrous Plaster Co",
M-rrray 5t Lanman's Florida Water
Yerba Duena Dlttcrs.
OLLISTER & CO.,
are also Proprietors and Manufao
facturers of the celebrated
e u c A D'oP" orm:
Agents for Wm. S. Kimball & Co's
yrttyrnttl I'UttUy JVifr,
To6irreo n,f VtflftrCtt
hic'. have no rivals. The
largest asvortmeut of
PLUlJ TOBACCO AND CIGARS IM
OUR UIXGER ALE & SODA WATER
hai always been reconniied as the
best in the market.
OUR atKC.ER JILE EXTRACT.
being manufactured from our own
private formula in
AERATED WATERS in Patent or Cork
Stoppered bottles as desired.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, 59 NUUANU ST.
RETAIL, Cos. FORT MERCHANT SIS
.'o.JitfAtJ,, ''" I'art ttlnrl.
(orrssiiK noDb'a stablu.)
W. H. PAGE.
Carriages o all d.scrl4lo.ie nvit to wdr on
moa favorable terms.
'Ine cloHkt attention gin to repairs of all klmla.
All work guaranteed to (lie satisfaction.
ENNER & Co..
Ha-t r5opeirji?M the wU sUrwl v'o, q oq stieet,
with a new and carefully selected stock of
Gold Chains and Guards.
Sleeve Buttons, Studs, &c,
Lactic would do welt W call and evamlost our stock of
tliacsUts, IVooches. Lockets, Eairtngs, etc,
which were especially wlected ta suit (be
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made tg order.
The repaliinj braacb of our bustfte rrxd uu
Important ow, ajw all )h tJute4 to wUl
be taecuted In a Buaoer sccood Ut none.
Of evctdtwptk tUMlrWsUr. arttcuUt atlea
tkoa la faid a or tv aod job wkfroeatKe
sssiffSssssslBSVSSHk ,?" BiJjB
At the Old Stand, io. 8
IMroRTrH. AXD DEALER IN
STOVES A. jV
f.rftn'ue Iron Ware, Main andNTra.rUtedl
Tin Wans of ail Unds j .
I -amp and Ijuitrrnt .
numbing, Tin, Copper
OF ALL KINDS,
12T A variety of Ilcuie Furnlihinjt Goods too
E. 0. HALL &' SON, (Limited.)
Hate just rcccltcil Ex D.trk Mcntlota and other arilvals
IJoston Card Matches. Downer's Kerosene Oil, Frazcr"s Axle Grei,
Cotton Waste, Ice Crsam Frccsfr,, (all sizes),
Eddy's Refrigerators, (all sizes), Lnwn Mowers, Iron cite V'nre.
STOTES AND Ti. A. IS" GE 8i ,
A NEW LOT Of
PLOWS AND BREAKERS,
OK ALL SIZES
2T Owinfr to the unusual deniantl for Ihe abosc our stocU on hand was very much
reduced, and this sliiiinicnt has nrthctl lust in time (or the tiicscnl season. Fnr llnds ami sires
see descriptive catalogues, sent on npplication.
WE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
-A. LARGE STOCK! O j? S O A. I3 S ,
Colgate's Toilet Soap, Harness Soap, No. I Ijumdry Soap (In case),
Sterling Soap (in ca.c), Erasitc Sc-p (In case),
lioiled and Kavv Unseed Oil,
I.srd Oil, Skidegate Oil, 1'eanut Oil, Ncats Fool Oil, CasV Oil,
PArXTS OF BY BUY J)BSCJUJ'TJOSr,
And a very Superior Slock of alt Kinds of
ZEa: -As. :Ee id "t -. e i: ,
All to he had at (he
T.O-WESX MARKET RATES.
Pacific Hardware Company
Successors to Dillingham & Co., and Samuel Nott.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
irartlwnrc, Jyrioultitrttl Implement,
jrottse Fttrnislilvf Gooiln General Merchandise.
Just rfceited Eddy's Kcfrigerators and Ieo Chests, new' styles of Chandeliers and Library
Lamps, .Slovts and Ranges, KtrCscne Oil Stoscs.
rA.IK.B-A.3STB:'S Sc KCO-WTE'S SCALES.
All of which arc niiered upon fasorable terms.
PACIFIC HARDWAREr COMPANY.
e-4S 7 1
f A rv AP Ac v!wZQ
u( Hr- Jr lfvl
W are ConiflcK '6utfilters for
all stntions in life.
Rebitlcnts of the JIawaiiau Ishnds
large Illustrated Catalogue, descriptive
Drew Gcods, House Supplies,
White Goods, Notions,
tsiont iVoe, 3?oMt; puicl to nny tldr .
We aim to have our prices lower than those of all other, dealer, G- ..
tomers who order from us through the
if present at our counters.
4 Small orders lilleu with the same
sWrla, ,slX sw ssf W
Kaaliumaim Sl Honolulu,
ALL HIE LATrST IMI'ROVEl)
3 !.? ANGES,
OalvarHtd Iron and Lead rtpt
fheet ld and Ccf per
Jfc -VS Diaus Ifs.
nnd Sheet Iron Work,
numerous to mention.
E. O. HALL & SON,
Corner Fort and King Streets Honolulu, II. I,
Men, Indies and Children of all agci, and stsj4
, ! tV ti
l ' s
ttili ilnd It of advantage to fend for our
of the latest styles in""11
Italy Carnages, Draperies',
Stationery, Wraps, '
Boots and Shoes;, Fancy Good, - .---- .'.
Trunks, l'.tc., Etc, . t"
lfurni'.hing Goods", Ktc., Utc
rJimwarc, F,tc,, Etc. . t'l
mails, get the wine goods and prJcMM ,,
. . "" - .
care and attention as wug i
WEINSTOCK f LUIW,
SSS Vlty S9MsWssBSSSsl IV lVm
1. Q -
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n; ' rfssssasssritM ta, -awis