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FRIDAY, Al (J. 22. IHKI.
AllRll't 'JJ. -
8 H AIiiiiiimIh from s. F.
Hehr KeUauhiohl from J Imilul
Selir Hob Jtov from Kooluu
Tern Falcon Jrom How oil's Landing.
Shre .Mary FoMer fur Xiiullnill
' Sluir Planter for Wlwhwiid port
Htmr .Ihh MiiM'i' for Kauai
II ft M S Conttuit for Ilniiiili'!
Fiom S. F per S H Alameda, Aug.
CIiiih HrenlL' mill wife. V F Dallam. Mis
Dallam, Waller Mellilde Jin E A
Mellilde, MIM Merlili',iniil2SUleri',
MnsterMellrldc, Win Uii'ljj, F ll.Swdcff,
AOtta, Mr .Iiiiium KlrMaiid, S Elnlieli,
Mm .1 A Kennedy, Aeu llaiker, Mr A
Marker, C'lirten. Mr K Huge, .1 II Ilan
hoii, M niivli", Mlfi' M UnvK MIm
Rouen, I) Daley. (1 Sevemn, (I llraiiil
Ktetter, V Everett, S .1 Henaiill, Win
Dean .III Mill ding. 'Mrs .1 Jleny. X
Meyer, .Kil Daneo, Mix. M Sllvn, .Joint
Tnutx, Chnx II DeMcr. A (liirleiilmry,
Mm I) Me (lienor 7 Cliana women, L
llan'oii, II Chinamen, 2elilldien.
Tlie.SS Alameda, ('apt Hi I. Moieo,
hailed fiom Han I'nuielwii Aug. liitli at
:i v. m. Had light W. X. W. winds for
the llxl Iioiim, tlienec light S. S. W. anil
winds, with line weather, and Miioolh.
Kea. Angl7tliatl0 a. Ji. pacd a II
nuislcd schooner fliindliig to the e.iMt
ward. Airlvrdnt Honolulu Aug. 22ud
(I day and 17 IiouiHfioin Han Francit-co.
The Ilk !'. K. Thompson an hud at
Han I'ranelceo Aug. 1 llh IN days fiom
The KHUtat arrived al i'ort Gmuhle
The W. G. Irwin arrived Han 1 riin
elneo Aug. 11th.
'Hie Hawaiian naiK imiiiikiuiii, wipi
Cllford, nailed from Han Fraiifli-co Aug.
I Itli for Hau .loo ih' Guatemala.
The K'hoouer Nora llarMns Failed
from H. F. Aug. 7th for Honolulu via
The Milir Emma Claudlna called fiom
Han l'laneiceo forllllo Aug 1 Itli
TliV Ilktne W. II. nimoiidand the
Tern y.vn from Haul'arneii'eofor Hono
lulu Aug 1!I. , ,
.SuhrHol) Hoy limuglit:i7.'bagsof lice.
Selir Kekaiiluohl Inoiight 100 bags of
sugar and :t00 hugs of paddy.
Tim Turn l'aleon, Capt. .lacobson,
arihed tlili. day from San Francisco via
Howen's Landing, with '-'(10.17 feet of
lumber. 200000 shingles, and 2000potn,
to W. G. Irwin iM Co.
L0CAL& GENERAL HEWS.
His Miijc3ty the King lias vetoed
. the Cliincso bill.
There is .till a prospect of was be
tween China mid France.
Tub British Parliament wnr pro
rogued Thursday August M.
Jin. Chas Dexter, of chowder
fame, arrived by the Alameda.
Wr. return our thanks ro Purser
.Sutton of the Alameda for a late file
Tur.nr. is another change in ofll
cers on the Alameda. Mr. Luke is
now second olllccr.
Tin: fall term of Oalni College and
Punahou Preparatory .School begins
Monday September 15th.
The S. S. Alameda arrived at 10.
110 o'clock this morning, (5 days 17
hours from San Francisco.
Escisi: Co No I will have their re
gular monthly drill to-morrow after
noon at half past four o'clock.
Ginoku Am: made at The Crystal
Soda Works takes the place of light
wines for table use. , 797 3t
His Honor Judge Uiekcrton has
been re-appointed Police Justice of
Honolulu by Ills Ex. the Governor
In tbo House yesterday an item of
k 12,000 was nppropi iatcd for tbo tisslri
tanco of olil anil new volunteer com
II. 11. M. ConimiHsioner, Slajor
J. II. Wodchouso, and Capt, F I',
Doughty of 11. 15. M. S. Constance,
visited the Legislative Assembly yes
terday. .. - t
Tub Interpreter ami Secretary of
tho Legislative Assembly, had their
pay increased this mornhfg by 82 u
Cait JIchrtenB arrested a China
men tills morning at tho corner of
King street anil Wnikikl road, for
II. M, Stanley, tho Afrlcim ex
plorer, now in London, declares that
Congo, as u free slate, will soon ho
recognized, by tho whole world.
,-, ... --
The now Steamor J. G. Illaino In
tended for these islands, arrived in
San Francisco August 11th from
Port Rlakely, under sail. Sho will
hnvo herngines and boiler put in
there, mill then start for tho islands.
Sho is spoken of as u Hue looking
A SrcciAL uicqiing of the Hawaiian
Cnninge ManufnYUirlng Co. will be
lu-lil nt their olijec', No 70 Queen
Sliccl, on Weilnlmlny next at 10
In the House this morning, Gov
ernor Domini was appointed to wait
on Ha Majesty and inform him the
Assembly would not be ready to be
proiogued until Tuesday.
Lmviii & Co. have iccoived by the
Alameda ti splendid consignment of
California fiuils, such aa 'grapes,
pears, plums, peaches, apples etc.,
also some line celery, and Eastern
oysters in tins. It Is the first
lime In two or three months that
such oysters have been received.
Call early with your orders, or else
all these good things will be gour.
A imuNKr.N native created a iis
luibauce'ou Knahunianu street this
morning, by refusing to give up a
horse belonging to his employer,
unless paid a quarter of a dollar to
enable him to get more drink. Capt
Mehrtcus appeared on the spot, took
the hoi se away from him and run
him in to the Station house.
Tin: rooms of the Library and
Reading Uooms Association will be
closed after to-day until further
notice for the purpose of making
arrangements for moving to the new
building corner of Hotel and Alacka
Street. The public exercises con
nected with the opening of the new
building will take place on Monday
evening next, Aug2T.
Mr S. Ehrlicli, of the linn of
Colin & Co., having returned by the
Alameda, will open in about two
weeks the premises adjoining those
now occupied with n large stock of
Dry and Fancy Goods, Millinery,
Ladies' Shoes, House Furnishing
Goods etc. The store will be fitted
ii inelegant style awl superb ac
commodation will lie made for the
When the Alameda came along
side (lie whnrf, as soon as the gang
plank was put up, a number of per
sons rushed on to it before it was
fastened, consequently it slipped
and let them down, but fortunately
without injury. Capt. Fchlbehr had
orders not to let anyone go up, but
one person made a laiighhig stock of
himself by Insisting on going up, at
the same time emitting not very
choice 'language. It doesn't pay
to resist a public olllccr.
Tin: regular monthly meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. took place last
evening and ,was largely attended.
Twenty two new members were
elected. Mr. Secretary Mason gave
a very interesting address on Y. M.
C. A. work, after which Mr. P. C.
Jones Jr. got up and called for sub
scriptions to cover the general ex
penses. His efforts were not in vain
for over 82000 was promised there
and then. After a few remarks by
Rev. Mr. Oggel the meeting soon
Punahou Preparatory School
Fall Terin, begins on Monday,
rnHK Trustees arc Imnnv to announce
X that the second year, since the
adoption uf the now eourne of study,
premised to lie very successful. MUh
M. L. Bl'OONER, a graduate of Mount
HolyoUe, and for live years past a mem.
bcr of the Seminary Faculty, him been
secured an an instructor at the College.
It Is expected that the new Prnfosior.
ship of Chemistry and the Natural
Sciences will lie tilled early In the year.
MIBS EMMA V. HALL an experl.
enced teacher, and for some years l'rin
clpal of a Grammar School In Ware,
Mii6s., conies from that position to take
chargo of the Punahou Preparatory
Only a few new pupils canbc rccclv.
cd at this School, and they will he ad.
muted lu onlcr 01 application, which
mint ho made to UBV. O. M. HYDE I).
1),, or to the President of the College.
tarCotnloKUca sent on application.
rpWO OR THREE FIRST-CLASS
X MASONS. Apply to
7u:i:ii " i
ACKFELI) ie Co.
A YOUNG MAN, 23 years of age,
deklrui a situation. Can do rough
work of any kind.-
Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
23 Merchant St. Gen. Iluslucsi Ag't.
Dealers In all kinds of
SiTA-TIOiS J3 V,
Tliu LatceBt Foreign Paperi always on
hand at the Gatttte tilock, Mirohant
HutLCTis No. 13.
Friday, 8 a. v. Symptoms im
proved. R03MrT McKiduik, M.D.
BDLtsjm No. 14.
11 a. . Queen going on favora
Ronr.Tr McICiniiiN', M.D.
Buixktix No. 13.
3 v. m. Queen going on favora
bly. RoiiuiiT MrKimiis, M.D.
DEATH OF REV. V. P. ALEXANDER.
News was received by the Ala
meda to-day, of the death of Rev. W.
P. Alexander, on the 18th Inst., at
the lcsidence of his son, S. T.
Alexander, at Oakland, Cnl. Mr.
Alexander had been sick but a few
weeks. His wife and thtce of bis
clilldicn Samuel, Mnry and Lottie,
were with liim at the time of his
Mr. Alexander came to these
islands as a missionary in 1832; he
was visiting his son nl the lime of
Engine Company No. 1.
rpiIE EECLLAR Monll.ly DHILL
X will ulsn pi. ce o j S i u il iy After,
no3ii, August '1 ril,ut4:'!0n'i!oclc Kliarp,
A full iittendaiiee of iii.iiiIh.t I- re-uui'-lcd.
(JEORGE II. r'ALTI,
SPECIAL MEETING ef tho Share-
l. holders tf ilic Hinall)! C.irringu
Mfg Company, limiio I, w ill he held at
their olllce, No. 70 Queen htrcot, on
Wodiie-d.iy, August 2illi, nt 10 H.ni.
E. O. SCIIUMAN,
707 3t S.-crttwy.
ri"MIE prcmlc known as the Windsor
X Rettaiirant, slluilnl at No. ill
King street, next Wntirlio'isc's tire,
uill he re built and tillered to suit any
responsible pullet tint may ii"ed the
jiime for bushier purpo-o.. 'I his pro
portion will lemiin open for oho week
G, W. LINCOLN.
Uuilik-r, 80 Kme st.
Aug. SS, i8SI. 707 Jw
to tiii: i.ADiiiH ov iioxoiiL'i.u
DRESSMAKIR. hiving relumed,
will leiiini! bii. Ine b on the 'J.'illi.
Feathers C.'e mid, Dyed and Curled 'in
all the uewist hailes.
Corner of Elm? and iclur.l Streets.
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
JOHN A. 1MMIKR
Will attend to the collccilon of
bills, rents, iic. Iviop acfotuitf,
draw legal docuincntt. L1 ise and
sell properly. Rent rooms, and
transact general business. He uill
nlto attend to orders and commie.
sions of every sort from the other
Islands. Pationage solicited.
No. (10 Ho-.cl Strict, Hinolulu.
Telephone, 208. P. O. llov, S07.
Wolfe $t Edwards
Grocery and Fesd Store,
Comer King and Nuuanti streets.
Fretfi Grocerlotftiid Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Telephone 340.
nm 0 m
Tho Best Lunob in Town,
Tea and Ooffeo at All Hours
Tho llnest Brands of Cigars and
Tobacco, always on hand.
AT THE PAUK
IS OPEN EVERY DAY.
fgy-Tlio only s"a.sido resort in the
J) Y A YOUNG married woman natlvo
J or Moxui. No children willing to
do any kind of doincktlti woik by tho
day, or wilUtay altigilhor if her litis.
Imnd Is lakon ii"oii ' witli her to do light
work. TeiniH verv ic unliable. Apply
71)0 lw r7 Hotel st.
. .iitin rM iuiiimu r....
'i.'nrfi ill. lm I iii MiifiiriiUhi'd. lor
SotSc genileiimii nud wlm, u- lo
single geiuleincn Cint-aiiv louiteu.
Fur pirflculais a ly m 130 Fort sir ut,
near corner of Ucritanla, 70 In
c. J. McCarthy
(Li cot tie "Ol.l .. m
S7lntely connected with tuc
Iced Drinks & the Best Cigars
will a'waji he found on hand.
HAS JUST HKCniVKD PER
A Large Wew Stock
mm . iiBiu & liuiani 8
V 1 14 1 I St Jf 1
I 0. rilnhhtnnl
OF 1AEUY DESCRIPTION.
TO HE HOLD
Ill KOI1T 8TUKEI".
rpiIE LnderIgtied Proprii-trr of tho
WSm STSAK fiM FAC10EV
de-ires to inform hU pillions and the pub
lie qi-ni'Mlly Ui.ii uutwithhtiuiiliug ihn
r.ueiit DIMAM'ROLS FIRE, linn ertctcd
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On a much more Extensive Scale which
is in w li Fci.n Oixkaiiox, and which
will he In eonipIeteMorliingordirbyan
Early Arrival of new Machinery and
Tools; and Is now again prepaicd to
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
and will nlwiiyi have on hand lih dell
clous Freeh Mule
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CREAMS,
niCII NUOAT, IN BARS,
8DOAR ROASTED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES of great vai I' ly OFT
Gum Drop3, and Gum Fruit
Of ill docrli limp. All these Homo
Miidc Fresh nl Pu i CnnfeciluH, I cll
,U 60 cents I'ER POUND.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of tin- FineH Flavor, In all clcs always
on bund nud urna nintid lu the
mo.t artistic )tyle.
MCIIOE PIES !
thnys f c-h asalfco
Homo Made Mince Meat
for B'jIu al CO eeuts per pound.
Will receive per Consuelo the balance
of in) now mtieii'.ueiy oi ute neweit uc.
signs for inauulacturing all dei'Criplioas
of plain Cmiilk.s; tl.niihlng the public
for previous liberal patronage and so.
liciilug a contiuuunee of sitnie.
Very repect fully,
Practical Confectioner and Pastry Cook.
Hie oi.u HT.t.st). 71 Hotel street
P. O. Uox No. 75;. . . ..Telephone No. 71
(Successor to C. P. WarJ.)
All orders for rartneo promptly at.
tended to, at the lowest rates. Also for
in riuantlttes to t ult, at lowest prices.
B. M. CAKTK1I. B. V- OIUIIAM
S, M, 0AETER & 00,
ltCTAII, Dr.AI.KllH IN
Goal ancl Feed.
l-JLtiy tuiH Ottt?
to all pails of ilieclty.
Iveineinher, S3 King street,
078 3TAnd Telephone No. 187.
ALVIN II. KASK3IANN
PAl'KIUtUI.KIt mil UliANIMlOOK
UooK nin llni? iT all do-erlp'loti neatly
iii d r 'inptly excented,
liuzuile H l.dii b Mi ivliant street
T" I tf
THE " TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
fl.'l Fori Sln-W, fCiiinpbell'H Block.)
Low Prices Must Rule !
8.10 BOY'S LIXEN 8UITS, Host Quality
350 HOY'S LIN'liN SUITS, Host Quality
300 HOY'S LIKfc.V SU1'I, Hist Quality
.R'T IIJ30ISI VJ3I
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1.
G cut' Unliiuiidcrcd White SlilrU, No. 1 quolll, at $1 i't or;81'2 per doz.
tSf'Gri'.nt Ihii'ahiH t (ron IIurgtihiK ! iivi'tit IIiirgiiliiK !tifi!
A lurge nifortment of
Boy's Sailor lints, in all coIoik, only oO Centa.
Arrived by the lust gtenmar one of the Largest Invoices of
Xr 3-131NTrX"g; HOSIERY -531
Ever I in ortcd into tins Kingdom.
160 du?eii Ouit't S!tcr Stoekings (roiuetliing new) ifcuinlcsfi and jtcrfect
lilting. Ilirtc -ply littO , at '2'i cU pair
O -ill's Supi r Stout llrllluli lliuf, o unlei-u $1 per dozen
Uint'd Cardinal Moe, silk clocked .. 8.1 cU pair
H")' l'EHCALE SHIRTS, l)em;qunlllyf at 1.00.
Jnst Biciini Hew Styles ef Gent's Dress Bolts
A Large Assortment of
jJCSr OreiiL'H Boo(;s itiid WJioe, "31
Latest Styles and Lowest I'ricc.
DILLINGHAM & Co,
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Els., Etc., Etc.
Foncu Wire ami StnpIcK, Kciohcho Oil a Hpucialiy.
I'niulH, VarnisIicH, Taricntine,
House Furnishing Goods, LMalod Ware, &e., &c.
Selling at Cost
To iiinUu room for n I.nrc Kturlc or
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, and San Frniielhco.
All stock on hand during .tho noxt 30 days will bo sold for cash,
ronsittlng in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSIC QOOD3.
Parlor Sets, Ucrtrooni Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a Lnige Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 1m 3LjYCA.IV Ac Co.
(HUCCKB80H9 TO KKXKUDY & CO.)
Family Grocers, - - - 67 & 69 Hotel St
Just Received ex S S Alameda,
Grajcs, Pears, Plums, Peaches, Apples ill Celery.
Eastern Oysters In tins.
And a full liiio of Fi'CmIi Stnplc dirororlcM.
Island OrderBfcoilcltcd. Telcplione No. 210. V. O. Uox 297.
a. v. nii:urii.
W. O. 1'EACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
li.'s Xuitiiiiii Htrcet.
110N01.u1.tr, ii. i.
WINE & SPIRIT
Gonoral Commission Merchants,
OFFER FOH SAW:
At tho. I.oMfNt 3IarIiol HnioM
u largo and well selected Mock of
the Choicest and most Favorite
Ac., &.O., &C,
All Goods Guaranteed,
nnd nrilers filled piomplly.
Telephono -10. I'. O. Uox 8C0.
.ONLY $1 7C
.ONLY ?l 75
.ONLY ?1 75
Etc.. Etc., Etc.
;.?.'a - ;Tr.wr
for 30 Days !
A Lane Assortment
- I'OH SAJ.K
At tho lowest Prices
at A. S. Cleghorn & Go's.
731 lm ;
A Good Chance for a Live Man
V nrrminl. nt nlnlfnnia I wnnl in oaII
VJ out my IJAOOAOK EXPRESS, W
consisting oi M
rn...Au..j.. rr. I l
j. i w ni:ir nuriiunn, ; i ' '$
IIMllMSO Good IIoi'NOM , '1
1 am dolus a irnod buslnesu. but liavu to
lr.ivc tlm rnunlrv on npr.niinl nt m .'J
hcaltli. None lait cash buyers need an-1 V
nlv. For further particulars call on 0.
Hammer, corner Klni; and Fort sis.
A SMALL unfurnished Collage, In, "to
the eentro of lown, sultablo for ft
Address "CotlaRe" Rullo.
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