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TUESDAY, AUG. 7, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOIUCS.
"Women's Board of .Mission, Fort
bt. Chinch parlor, 2:!30.
Excelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:30.
Bible Class nt Lvectun nt 7 :30.
To those in search of clothing, or
any description of dry and fancy
goods, the Clothing Emporium of
A. M. Mollis, 104 Foil street, offers
special attractions. A short time
ago Sir. Mollis enlarged his space
by additions in the rear, and now
the entire premises arc filled with a
line 'display of new, choice, and
well-selected goods, of every men-
tionable and conceivable kind. Both
ladies' and gentlemen's wear, of all
descriptions and stylos, and of the
best (lualitv, are on exhibition and
offered to purchasers at unusually
ljw prices. Reference to the adver
tisement will furnish fuller and more
A new feature hus been added to
the Emporium, in the bhapo of a
Millinery Department. Miss Ilirsh
bsrg, a young lady of tnbte,
thoroughly trained, and practised in
fie art of hat-trimming, and fresh
from the world of fashion, has
charge of this department. Ladies
can have the prettiest and nattiest
hats, trimmed to suit their own wish,
and he sure of the politest attention
from Miss Ilirshberg.
Mrs. Mellis's cloak and dress
making parlors arc located upstairs
in the same premises. Here the
urbane proprietress presides in per
son, assisted by Miss Sachs. Mrs.
Mellis's reputation for taste and
skill in fitting, making, and ornamen
ting every description of ladies'
wearing apparel, combined with
affability of manner, is firmly estab
lished and second to none. With
additional appliances and increased
facilities, she expects to satisfy more
fully the requirement's of her patrons.
The Music Hall was partly filled
with those who wished to give the
Band some slight appreciation of
their services and enable them to
enjoy 'Frisco life for a season.
Messrs S. Parker, W. II. Corn
we'l, and C. Brown, during the per
formance, presented Mr. Berger
with a cheque for $650, collected by
them among the merchants iu the
city for the Band. His Majesty ar
rived after the concert was over and
the boys sang a mele in his honor.
The following excellent program
me was well rendered to the satisfac
tion of everyone present last night :
Overture The Golden Cross Bruell
March Tannhauscr Wagner
Selection Nnbucco "Verdi
1'olUa Cluuntrhiiu Michiuls
ComnSoh Mr. Cluis. M tabids
budi-ci ion l'uiiui.ce Sull I vim
Finale Kigoletto Verdi
"Wultz Remembrance Waldteufel
The Honolulu Stock Exchange
held its regular session yesterday
Haiku Sugar Co 275
Walluku Sugar Co 1C0
Mnkce Sugar Co.
Wnimnnnlo Sugar Co.
llonokan bugar uo
IColoa Hi.jiar Co
Grove Bunch Plant. Co 2",0
Star Mill Co
East Muni Plant. Co
Puukna Sugar Co
Waiknpu Sugar Co 100
Haw 'n Bell Tel. Co HO
Hon. Iron AVorks Co
C. Brewer & Co 120
Inter Island S. N. Co , 1SJ8
'E.OiHall& Son 120
Hnlawa Sugar Co 100
lip. c. Gov. Bonds 80
7 I), c. Gov. Bonds...., 85
I) per cent Onomea Bonds,
Hales 160 shares
Hnlawa Sugar Co.
Bktno W. II. Dimond Capt. Houdlett,
dny3 from San Francisco, arrived
yesteiduy with 502 hales of buy, 050 sks
of oats, 1577 sks of bran, 1705 sks of
Hour, 27 mules, 6 cows, 18 horses, 3 dogs
1 bull, 1 buggy, 1 Lo.it and 8 oars, etc
She is consigned to W. G. Irwin & Co.
Bark Ilesper Capt. C. Ryder, arrived
yesterday, -10 days from Newcastle with,
1,150 tons of conl,
Sehr MainiokAwnl brought 350 bugs of
Sehr Marion brought 1,1550 bngs of
Sehr Kckauluohl biought 370 bngs of
Sehr Waloli brought 51 hides.
Sehr Gen. Slogcl brought 700 bags of
The schooner Moofoo came on" the
Mailr.c Hi ilwny yesterday, and the stmr
Mokolii went on to bo cleaned and re
paired. The steamer Iwnlanl will not snil un
til tc-iroMOW, as new state rooms aic
being built. . ,
Tic Shumloi took in ballast yester
day. She sails tc-.lay for San Fraucis-co
The "W. H. Dimond is discharging
near fie O. S. S. whnrf.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Tin: Mariposa leaves' this afternoon nt
A Hawaiian named Kalun is going to
the Coast to purchase a schooner for the
Tiik mall for San Francisco per Ma
liposa closes at the Post Olllco nt 12
noon this day.
His Majesty gave a hum
kiki lcsidence yesterdny,
It is stated that lenders will be called
foi rcpaiiing, the Pali Ko ul as soon as
sufficient money can be had.
The sale of Mr. .Black's household fur
nituio and ctl'ects was 'yesterday post
poned until further notice.
Tin: only tiling now for the Ministry
to do, is to gel an Altorney-Gencral. "We
hear that they arc now making prepa-
By the Mariposa the Board of Edu.
cation sends an order for a supply of
Swinlon's Series, etc, so ns to intioduce
them into all the English scho )ls.
The monthly meeting of the Women's
Board of Missions will be held this
afternoon at half past two in the parlours
of Fort Street Chinch.
Again wc have to congratulate Major
C. T. Guliek on a promotion. He has
well earned his piesent distinction and
we feel sure he will 1111 it worthily.
Tin: congregation at Fort Street
Church has begun to thin out very
much already hardly one-fifth of the
usual number beiug present on Sunday.
Why Is this ?
Tin: Road Supervisor's attention is
respectfully calleil to the condition of
the culvert on Fort stieet near Schccl
street. The timbers are quite loose and
Tun appointment of a Clerk of the
Supreme Conrt will be made shortly.
The gentleman who is to fill the position
is well and favorably known here and
will no doubt be satisfactory to all
The Minister of Foreign Affairs states
that after reading the Opposition Pi ess
for the last few weeks, he began to feel
as if he were hanging from the edge of
a precipice. He is not, however, sur
prised to find that he has been standing
on the solidcit of ground all the lime.
The Gazette and the Press have been
expecting to see an entirely new deal in
Ministerial matter lately. One would
have thought from their utterances that
they had the names of the new Ministers
and only refrained from disclosing them
for weighty reasons of State. How do
they feel now ?
A Telegram was received per City of
Sydney that 7 Sisters of Charity would
set out for thec islands. They' will be
stationed at the Branch Hospital. Five
others will afterwards be bent for the
same place nnd also two other 3maU
detachment?, one for Molokai, and
another for some central spot iu the
group, probably Walluku. The Sisters
of this order have already nt Montreal
an hospital for lepers in which they have
03 patients so that they are not un
acqunntcd with the disease.
Yesterday Messrs G. W. Macfarlane
& Co. according to announcement ex
hibited their display of articles of
" bigotry and virtue " as Mrs. Malaprop
says. During the day numerous visitors
walked upstairs to see the tempting
show of metal, poicelain, and glass.
ware. The exquisite beauty of the two
vases, and the flower and fruit centre,
piece were at onco remarked. Many of
the beautiful and artistic specimens will
no doubt soon grnco the finest of Hono-
,, , -,-. .
TiiEiiK hus been a report in circula
tion for tho past few days that the P. M.
S. S. Go's boats would cease to call at
this port, in their voyages to ami from
Sydney, at the end of this year. Tho
agents here deny that any intimation
has ever been given that such would bo
the case. On tho contrary the contract
with the colonies has been extended for
two yours without any alteration in the
Stmr Lohua brought 818 bngs of sugar
nnd -11 sheep.
route and thill' last advices from the
Company fail to indicate any Mich in
tention. It would certainly bo a tcrlous
loss to Hawaii if such a thing were to
Tin: Aiifflicaii Church Chronicle for
August is before us and we notice con
sldorablo improvement in the amount of
oi lginal matter while the objectionable
literary extracts (so-called) have .dis
appeared altogether never to return we
hope. The educational section this
time is devoted to a lcvlow of the ex
amination at Mrs. Wallace's school
which, -c are sorry to say, seems not
to have been noticed by any of the
secular newspapers, although, from the
report, it must have been most inter
esting, nnd a few pungent cilticisms on
errors committed by other teachers in
other schools. The article on Spiritual
Forces In Civilisation is well worth
rending, but we think that the writer on
Indifference In religion is in error in
ascribing that to the climate. He
acknowledges that there Is no indiffer
ence to business. If it were the climate
it should have as much effect on the one
ns the other.
- KAHULUI' NOTES.
Fiom Our O.vu Correspondent, i , i
The sehr. Rosario" E. D. Swift
master, arrived here Aug. 1st from
San Francisco passage fifteen days ;
no passengers ;
merchandise. Value about $10, GOO.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
The English Won the International
Rifle match at Wimbledon. Scores,
English 1951, American 190C The
Khedive of Egypt is prostrated with
Cholera. Cholera is said to be ap
pearing in England. The autho
rities deny it. The Paris Figaro
lias advices from Tamatave by way
of Aden, that the British .comman
der there demanded that the siege
should be raised, but Admiral Pierre
refused. New York Harbour is full
THE MAIL by the
Will close at the Post Ofilcc, ,
At 12 noon This Day,
Tuesday, Aug. 7th.
"LATE LETTER BAG" will be
kept open at the Post OlTice till
30 minutes before the advertised hour of
the steamer's departure, to receive all
late letters; on which an additional fee
of Five Cents (5 cents) for each letter
must be paid in stamps or coin.
The public are specially requested to
Mail all Letters at the Post Office, and
.not take them on board the steamer.
H. M. WHITNEY, P.M.G.
Post Office, Honolulu, Aug. 7, 1883.
473 C. BREWER & Co.
A FIRST CLASS LUNA.
473 C. BREWER & CO.
rpo TAKE CHARGE OF A COUN
X. TRY STORE a single man who
speaks n&tive, nnd knows the dry poods
business. Apply at this office. 473 3t
DRAFT for $100, of Koloa Sugar Co.,
No. 134, dated June 1, 1883, on H.
Hnckfeld & Co.. favor of W. C. King,
and endorsed by T. J. King, is lost; pay
ment has been stopped.
473 3t -T. J. KING.
DURING MY ABSENCE from this
Kingdom,, Mr. Geo, Engclhardt
will have charge of my business, nnd
act for mo under full powpriof attorney.
173 lw 8AJ1. NOTT.
NOW IB TII3B
CHANGE FOR BARGAINS !
Second-Hand and in Good Order.
Opeu and .Top Buggies,
DoOblo Seated Carriages commonly
used for expresses,
Double Harness, and Saddles,
Saddle Horses, nnd horses suitable for
Also, one Billiard Table.
For Sulo nt tho
472 "' PANTHEON STABLES.
Ex " Cunopus,"
A SMALL LOT
Westphalia Hams I
For Sulo by
ED, IIOFFSCHLAEGER & CO
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Suitable for Stock Ranches where wntcr Is. required to bo raised from gulches
to pasture lnnds for watering stock. Full particulars nnd estimates furnished.
Rofrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes. & Boxes
Lubricating OlU ol ovory doscrlpllon at lowost market rales.
Bice Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just the thing for Rice and Sugar Mills ;,ro "'
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carriage Lamps.
Tew Goods contsantly arriving.'
Full lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments,
Full assortment of
irinrn nwi miiihii iihiitwik m.
GRAND DISPLAY OF
FANCY AND DEY GOODS
A. M. Mollis',
NOW HEADY TO SHOW
the public the Finest and Best Selected
Stock ever exhibited in this Kingdom,
at astonishingly Low Pricc. Read the
following, call and be convinced.
For want of spare T quote but few of
the One Thousand Bargains now on
Pure Silk Moires, all shades,. . . ..$1 50
worth 8 00
Pure Brocades, leading shades 0 CO
wort h 1 25
Fine Satins 1 00
Fine Figured Sateens 0 50
worth 0 75
Calico choice patterns, 15 yards for 1 00
Tremendous Bargains in
HoEierv and "Underwear.
Real Lisle Thread Hose, nil shades 0 50
Bid. Hose, silk cloked, f . f 0 35
Fancy col. hose, from 0 15
Ladies' Embr. Chemise 0 50
Ladic3' skills, with ruffles & tucks 1 00
Ladies' night gowns, good quality. 1 00
Also, utymmense assortment of Lace
Goods, Ficheua, Gloves, Mitts, &c.
A NEW PEOCLAMATION
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN;
Xleitl Etstate Broker,
Custom Houhc Broker,
Employment -A-g-ont, and
GJ-eneral Business .A-gfent,
Offlee, 27 Merchant street, - . . Hawaiian Gnzcttc Block.
By lequest, I have added to my business that of a CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
and will hereafter attend to making entries at the Custom House of goods through
Power of Attorney from merchants. Our business community will find this de.
partment a great source of convenience.
CTha ONLY recognized Eeal Estate Broker in this Zingdom.-a
Laud and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and tho various Islands.
Houses tolcac and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
Books andi Accounts kept. Bills' collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Vickery's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, with
18 Chromos; subscription $1.25 per year. Agent for the Best Life
Insurance Company in the World.
Charges always moderate. B-Tolcphonc No. 172.
For the I fOOOfOOOy
-AXilu COLORS -4l.IVI SIZESS,
FOR SALE AT
A. W. RICHARDSON & Co's.,
:No. 68 JTort Street.
Phaetons, Buggies, Wagons, &c, &c,
Manufactured with all tho latest improvements.
BlnolcsmltliliiBT & WooUvorlc clone of every doravlpUon.
Having tho iiest mechanics J um enabled to dg wprk
Cheaper and better than any other lirm in this city.
New work and Repairing done with complete satisfaction, or no charge made. '
I i .1 v
Agnte Iron Ware, i
Illustrated Catalogues on applicatio'n.
104 Fort Street.
IN GENT'S GOODS
I haven full line of
Fine unlaundercd shirts. ....... ...$1 00
Fine percale shirts from 1 00
Fine undershirts, from ,0 25
Fancy half hose, from :...'.. 0 15
Fancy hnlf hose, full finish, 'from.. 0 85
Fine brocaded suspenders, from ... 2 50
Fine Byciclc shirts, from : 1 00
Fine G. Silk handkerchiefs, from- 0 75
Fine G. Bathing Buits, from 1 75
Fine Silk Alpaca Coats 3 B0
Drill suits, for painters.... i...."..l 25
A full assortment of Ties, Scarfs, '
A NEW. ADDITION !
I have also added to mv establishment
a FIRST CLASS MILLINEK, just ar
rived from the Coast, who will trim
hats to order, and also wait ,upon the
wants of my customers in the Ladies
Department. . , 4G0
Has just received
A Supply of New Goods,
Coal, Iron, Oak, Ash, Spokes, Rims,
Felloes, Hubs, Shafts, &c., of the best quality,
Sold at tho lowest prices.