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Dinioml Mead, Kept. 8, GtfOn.m
Light K Wind,
Schr Nettie Merrill off port.
Am tern Mary Dotlge, fin Humboldt.
Sclir Nettie Morrill from Lnlialna
Sclir Wnioli from Wuitnanulo
Stmr Waiinnnalo from Wniinnnnlo
Stmr Mokolii from Koolau
Sclir Wnilc'.o for Mnliko
Vessels Leaving this day.
Schr Kekaulnohi for llanalci
Sclir Luka for Koh.-.la
Selir Lcahi for Kohalalolo
Schr Mci Foo for Koolau
Sclir Gen SicRel for Koolnu
Vessels in Port.
II. B. M. S. Sappho, Clark
V. S. S. Alaska, G. E. Hclknap
Or bk Adolph, Ivoppclmann
Haw biig Nlntto, Cameron
Am bk Emerald
Am. bark Kalakaua.
Am tcin .Mary Dodge,
Hr baik II V? Almy, Freeman
lir. bark Oberon,
Ur bark Lady Lampson, Marston.
Hlg Numc Fiom Jluc
ut sum jiansa, mi st .Micnaeis, &ept s
Bk Emma, from Pugct Sound, Aug 18
Haw bk Kale, Im Bremen Sept
Brit stin Suez, Dodd, from S.F. Sept 10
Am bk Martha Davis, from Boston Sp
Stmr Citv of New Yoik, fin Syd. Sep 25
Stmr Australia, from S. P, Oct 1
Haw bk lolanl, from Bremen, Oet
Nor bk Imaeos, fm New York, Oct 17
Br bk Ullock fiom Liverpool, Dee
Bark Forest Queen fin Pugct Sound
31. E. Smith fm Pugct Sd, for Jlahukoua
Bktnc Klikital, from Pugct Sound
Bk Camden, from Pugct sound
Br bk Glcngabcr, fin Liverpool,
Brit bhlp HrltMi Ambassador, NC.NSW
Nic bk Bemljlo, from Nc, NSW due
Ger bk l'oiho, fin Hongkong
Jirig W G Irwin, fin SF, for ICahului
Schr Anna, fm 8 F
BRIG FOR SALE.
The Brig Ninito,
Bavins undergone extensive rep.iira;
with a good Inventory, and well found
in sails, rigging, &c. is now olleied for
salo. For particular)! inquire of
117 A. J. Caiiiwuioht.
At $2.25 per Barrel,
By GEO. LUCAS.
Ex Bark Almy,
FOR SALE in quantities to suit,
At Lowest Prices,
1D1 Bv Oastm: & Cooler:
A SPLENDID CHANCE TO BUY
(Title Fee Simple,)
-J2fc.l, THE undersigned offer for
v3 Sale T'lE COADV Pkkmihes
fc,fiityrAl In Niiunuii Vallev (lately occu.
pied by F. Ilarnden Esq.
Thc'above ircini5es are pleasantly lo
cated on tin1 bank of Nuuanu stream,
with a frontage of about 337 feet on
Nuuanu Avenue. There are many fruit
and ornamental trees on the ground,
which is of sulllclent sie to keep a cou
ple of horses In grass nil the year lound.
The buildings consist of large Dwell
ing, v. ilb utile, roomy cellar, bathroom,
and hi. ohm attached, Carriagedioutc
Thi' dwelling has just been lepalrcd,
newly painted and papered at an expense
of $1)10, and is icndy for immediate oc
cupancy, A portion of the purchase money may
remain on mortgagu at a rcnonabic rate
The above premises will lie Fold at
Public Auction on Saturday, September
30th, at 12 o'clock noon, If not pievlously
dispo'cd of at private lo.
IKS A. .TAEf.Klt.
tM von BAT'l: ou I.KASK-A
JSSijiYlSinie Building and Outhouse.-.
B4itMs.Tl..it dcliahle More loimerly
Ofcni'idi by 1. Turner, at Wainhluu,
Hawaii. i-'or paiiiculais anply to L.
Tin tier. AVniohlnu; or to A. S. C'leghom
& Co., Honolulu. let! 1 in
S"i5?r?2TT i 11 i un.'MVi'uriv
JSCii. Drayinan-bnst ti-aniN
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y.
. T11U A 1
W.-T . C..
X1UI1 OlUUlllUi. kJUUi,
DODO, ... C0M.MAX1)III
Will leave Honolulu
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
on Sept. 'J2nd,
For freight or parage, having superior
accomodations, apply to
121 Wm, G. Iuwin 4 Co., Agents.
rOIl SAN FRANCISCO.
The clipper Bark
Miller, .... master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For fi eight or passage apply to
F. A. ScirAurr.u & Co., Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
y The clipper OKtno
W. H. Almy,
Freeman, - - master,
Will have quick dispatch forthc above
port. For fi eight or passage apply to
Uastlu & Cooke, Agents.
&-, Steamer Likelike,
y; King, Master.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahalnn, Mnu
laea Hay, Mnkeun, Mahukona, K
awailiae, Laupalioehoe and liilo.
Returning, .'ill touch at all the
alove ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
dC. PACIFIC MAIL Steam
The Splendid Steamship
City of New York,
Cobb, - - commander,
"Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco
on or about Sept. 23.
FOR SYDNEY via AUCKLAND
The Splendid Steamship
On or about Oct. 1.
For freight or passage apply to
II. Hackkei.u ifc Co., Agents.
T. R. FOSTER & Co.'s
,ine of Steamers
Baths, ..... Commander
Runs regularly to Kona and Kau,
as per following Time Table:
Lk.vvls Honolulu at 4 p.m. on
Monday, July .'!
Thursday, July 13
Monday, July 21
Thursday, Au;r. 3
Monday. Aug. VI
Tuesday, July II
Friday, J.uly iil
Tuo-day, Aug. 1
Filday, Aug. 11
Tuebday, Aug. 22
Thursday, Aug. 21
Monday, Sept. -1
Thursday, Sept. It
Monday, Sept. 25
Friday, Sept. 1
Tuesday, Sept. 12
Kr.day, Sept. 22
Tuesday, Oct. 3
The C. It.
Rorry, - - - -
- - - Commander
Li:avi:s Honolulu kvkky
Monday, at o p.m., for Nawiliwili,
Koloa, Elcole, and Waimca, Kuuai.
Nawiliwili every Friday evening.
Tlin FAST RATLING
will run legularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thumlay, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
r . uooku, Agent.
Schconor iXp "Emma,"
Will leave Honolulu EVERY TUBS-
DAY at -1 p. in.,
FOR AVAIALUA AND WAIAXAE.
For freight or passage, having superior
cabin accommodations, apply to the
Captain ou bo.ud. 151
A. FRANK C00KE,
Olllce, coiner Xuuanuaud Queeu htrcets
Houoluiii, II. I.,
Agent for the following Packets:
A "Will Oil,
Ka Mul, (I en. Slegel, and Chukal.
riag, with White Ball.
Just Received, ex bark Oberon, a new
Hawaiian and American
3,0, and 7 yard lengths.
For sale by
J. "W. Robortson & Co.
DRESS MAKING !
By every Steamer,
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
FINE LINE OF
103 Fort street.
jSTew Millinery !
New Millinery !
New Millinery !
CHAS. J. FISHEL'S
172 Popular Store.
BAILEY & CO.'S
G-reat 10 Cent Store
"Will open today, September Cth,
At 10 Cents each.
109 Fort btreet,
(Formerly occupied by S. Magnin)
To Planters and Others.
17 E RT I L I Z E R S . SUPGRPIIOS
X PHATES and BONEMEAL,
For sale in quantities to suit purchasers
By 31. S. GRINBAU-M A Co., '
181 liu Queen btreet.
M. W. McChesney & Son,
Proprietors Honolulu Tannery
Dealers in Hides, Tallow & Leather,
Also, Groceiies, Provisions etc
Salt, etc., etc.
rpilAXKFUL for that libeial pation-X-
age which has been extemkd to
the unuerigned, rendering it neccbary
to enlarge lib Printing Dep.iitiuenl and
moe to more tpacious quarters, lie
would respectfully iutoini tlio public of
its change to
No. 6 Kaahumanu Street,
(Flitncr's old stand, and more icccntly
occuined by Mr. Max Eckart), ndjolninj;
Thco. H. Davles' olllce, here all work
in thcsoveial llunche of
News, Book & Job Printing
Will be attended to faithfully, and
iu a htyleofail infciior
The Bindery Department
At the Old Stand ou Merchant hired, has
riecntly recelvid additions of New Ma
chincry, for expedition aud peifcetiou of
work, 'and is wholh carried on by ex
perienced Foiuign Workmen,
. Pcifoiatlng, Ituling, Paging,
Marbling, (Hiding and Finishing,
EM-euted in a manner iqu,il to au olllce
on tl.e coast
THOS. G. THRUM.
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! SELECT HATS
HAVE BEEN RECEIVED BY
MRS. A. M. EV1EELLBS
LADIES OF HONOLULU,
A NO AUK
HATS J-vi vr vx jux aux ajai wjl uvvn
Mrs. A. M. Mellis' Millinery and Dress-making
'M Establishment, 104 Fort street, Honolulu.
Watchmaker and Manufacturing Jeweler,
Nou. 118 and 115 Fort Street, j : Honolulu.
Splendid New Stock of Solid Gold and Plated Jewelry,
Eleyant Gold and Silver Watches.
Bilver-Flated Ware, &c, &c. ISO
J. W. ROBERTSON & CO.,
(bucci:ssoks to it. m. wuitoet.)
Importing and Manufacturing Stationers.
Printers and Book-Binders,
Nos. 19 and 21 Merchant street,
The Oldest, Largest, and Cheapest
Stationery Establishment in the Kingdom.
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Blank Books, of all descriptions;
Foolscap, Legal and Bill Cap,
Journal and Trial Balance Papers,
Linen Paper and Envelopes, all sizes;
"Writing and Copying Inks, in quarts, pints and cones.
Hucllago in all sizes, especially adapted to this cllmato;
Drawing Paper and Pencils,
Tracing Paper and Cloth,
Transit Books, Field and Level Books, adapted for theuso
of Surveyors and Engineers;
Meinoranuum anu i'ass iooks,
Silver and Perforated Card Board,
Shipping Tags, Shipping Receipt Books and Pads,
Note, Draft, and Receipt Uook.s,
And numerous other articles in our lint to be found in a well kept ttoch
Wo have made such arrangements
hereafter to kec
on hand a full assortment, and aKo to receive the latest pieces a
they aro published
Nos. 105 and
WE ARE HERE !
And we don't want your money
if we don't give you value !
Mathushek Orchestral Pianos I
Mathushck Grand and Square Pianos I
Mathushek Parlor Grand and Upright Pianos!
Fives makes of German Pianos I
Five makes of American Organs!
General Musical Merchandise
of every dcscrlptlou.
German Pianos, $250, more or less
We import direct, aud wilhsell cheaper than any other importer.
Parlor, Bedroom & Drawing-room Furniture,
Latest Designs ju-.t received.
Pictures, I'aiutiiifs, Jirackets,
and Japanese Goods In great variety.
Plain and Fancy Picture Frames of every description made to
order ou the shortest notice.
WELLS' MUSIC STORE.
Honolulu, Aug. 25, lb82. (177)
Ca It HI AGE MAKEH,
Nos. 23 null SO Fort stteet,
New Carriages of all kinds
on hand and built to oidcr.
liepalrlng, Painting and Trimming
"5 promptly veeiited.
with our Music Agents as will enable ui
.Uiv special oruer ilt reccivo our nest anu prompt atteu.
i-rT?'Tijr-".iivr?.sr'r,MTJwBytff'i'-i'.'',',.i.'!7!w.1 '- ..ii .,y:;,,,.?y
107 Fort Street.
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SfAilvKitiBO in Tin: Hui.i.r.iiNia
leietMione ;m. on. iu