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MR. C1IAS. HOYT'S Shoeing Shop
is now reopened. Interfering
horses n specialty. 115 King Street,
orner of Alakca. 29 tf
HAVING obtained tho services of a
first-class l'lano Tuner, wo wish
to inform the public that wo are ablo to
Tune nnil Repair Pianos at short notice.
Allorduis left with us will he promptly
attended to, and all work warranted.
1032 ly WEST, DOW & UO.
yV-K the undersigned arc prepared
11 to furnish household servant',
collect, hills, and do Anglo.Chliiw In.
tcrprcting nnd a general agency busi
ness. Charges moderate.
SOYONC3 & AHPUART,
03 Cm 4aNuiiium St
rpiIAT very desirable and couvcnlcnt
X Fatally Residence on Hcrctnnlii
Street, until lately occupied by P. S.
Pratt, Esq,, complete with ouUinitecs,
stables, gardens and pasture. Also, the
premises occupied at present a a Liw
Office by John Russell, .v., ('initially
located near the corner ol Port and
Merchant Streets. For paittculars, ap
ply either by letter or otherwise to
DR. STANGENWALD, Merchant St.
l Quevji ."Sli'cot.
Steamer "J. 1. DowhoW,"
Rob, Roy, Mile Morris, and Josephine.
Pine and corrsc Puuloa Sail ; line
Kakaako Salt, in quantities to suit.
Also, large and small Iron "Water
Tanks. Paints, Oils, Etc., Etc. C3 ly
Beef ! Beef !
Tlic vcrybe3t quality (fiom
J. Campboll'sHonouliuli Ranch.
The Cheapest in the Market.
Hop Chong Comp'y,
No. 43 Maunakea Street.
Delivered to any part of the Town.
The .Equitable lAt'e Assurance
Society of the United
KKTAUI,ISHKI IX 1M50.
ISSUES Policies on the most approved
plans, viz :-Ordinary Life, Life.Limit.
ed Payments, Endowments; Tontine
Savings Fund, Tontines, Somi-Tontiues;
A. B. C. Tontines; Life nml Survivor,
ship Annuities; Children's Endowments,
Joint Life Risks, Partnership Insurance,
etc., etc., etc.
Policies both Incontestable nnd Non
Contested claims, none.
Before insuring elsewhere, call and
get an estimate.
It is calculated that every reasonable
wish of tho insured is embodied in one
or more of the plans.
For full particulars anil pamphlets,
ijft-... J. UAitrniuuiii,
General Agent for Hawaiian Iilnuds.
Honolulu Carriage Manufact'y'
228 and 230 Fort Street,
Honolulu, - - - - Hawaiian Is.
W. II- PAM: Proprietor.
Pioneer St'm Candy Factory &.Bakery,
Manufactures all and every article in
Confectionery and Pastry and Bread
Bakery from the best anil purest mate
rialB, guaranteed free from all
Railways on hand all sizes of his Rich
and Unsurpassed Quality of
Enjoying a ricli reputation of many
years, and arc ornamented in any
'style desired, anil arc sold at tho
Lowest Possible Prices
Unequalled facilities and steam enables
mo to sell all articles manufactured at
my Establishment Cheaper than any
other in this Line of Business. Vanilla,
Chocolate, Cocounut, hand made and
Mould Creams of all flavors at 50 cents
RICH PUFF CREAM CAKES,
at 5 cents each. Mince and Fruit
Pies always on hand.
Pure and Wholesome Bread !
Vienna Rolls, "Family & Gralinm Bread
delivered to any part of tho city. Tho
largest and most various Stock of Con.
fectionery can bo found at
XT' . HORN'S
Steam Candy Factory and Bakery.
No, 71 Hotel St., between Nuuanu and
, Fort Streets.
P "O. Box No. 75. 'Telepuone'No. 74.
DR. BMNKERIIOFF'S system of
Recta) Treatment. A now treat,
ment for Hemorrhoid, Fistula and oilier
diseases of the rectum, by n pioccss
sure, safe and painless.
Dili McWAYNE, 34 Alakca St.
Will he open every afternoon nnd even,
ings a's follows:
lUomla.v, WimIiipmiIii), Tlmriilnj nml
To the public In gcneuil.
Tucxlnj- anil I'rlilu.v livening", nml
WiMlncnilny nml Naturttnj
For ladies and their eeoil1-.
AMUSEMENTS TO COMK:
By icuucst of Indies and gentlemen
who took pint in the last Masquerade at
Yosemitc Skating Rink, preparations
nio being made to have another, Sept.
25th, when mo will have the Grand May
pole Dance alo.
A GIRL, about 15 years old, to mind
children and do general house
work (German preferred.) Good wages
and good home. Enquire at this olllce.
Mrs. J. Rodanet
Gt 1VT.S fair notice to her customers
Ttlial ALL accounts due her ramt be
paid this month, or they will he placed
in the hands of a collector.
Honolulu, August 1st, 18S.'i. C4 tf
G. J. WAIjLiJBU, lroirlotoi'.
Choicest Meats from Finest Herds.
Families and Shipping
SUPPLIED ON SHORT NOTICE
Livcsl jVlsivJcet Prices.
All meats delivered from this Market
aietliorouglily chilled immediately after
killing by means of a Bcll-Colcman Pa
tent Dry Air Refrigerator. 5icat so
treated ictains all its juicy properties,
and is Guauantj:i:i to Kkei- Lonqlk
API lilt DKIjIVKUY T11AX FllUSIILY-KIMr-
i: Mkat. , 74 ly
LIME ! LIME !
Patronize Home Miuiui'nctnre
The Hawaiian Stone Comp'y
Arc now prepared to furnish fresh Lime
in quantities to suit purchasers, nnd
satisfaction warranted as to both the
kind and the price.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
U:5 ly Agents.
L. E. SPERRY,
Jeweler and Engraver,
1 Xuiiuu.lt, "Wntcliiiuilter,
NO. f., FORT STREET.
Engravings and Monograms executed
in the highest style, and jewelry
01 miido to order. 8m
Mgo to fte Pile.
"Wo take pleasure in announcing to the
public that, in addition to our.
Pastry and Confectionery Business,
We will open our
Ice Cream Parlors !
Which have been fitted up elegantly ac
cording to our trade, on
t3ASVXJTmA.Y, AVItll-i Sfitll.
Our Cream will be only of superior
quality, mado of genuine cream. As
wo have made arrangements with the
Woodlawn Dairy to supply us only with
a llrst-class article from samples wo
have had .of the same, we aro able to
guarantee satisfactloa. The following
assortments of loo Creams nnd Sherbets
we will keep at our opening, and many
more kinds if trade will justify It;
ICU3 Oil JiJVBlfcJ J
VANILLA, LEMON, CHOCOLATE. COFFEE,
STRAWBERRY, PINEAPPLE and
ORANGE AND STRAWBERRY.
Parties bupplted any day except Sun
days. Those wishing lee Cream for
Sunday must leave their orders on Sa
tuiday before 0 p. in., which will bo
delivered before 10 a. m. Sunday. The
creams will bo packed ho that thoy will
keep elKht hours in a first-class condi
tion. Hoping to gel a sharo of public
patronnge, and thanking tho public for
their liberal past favors, wo remain, res.
MELIiER & HALBE,'
1003 ly King, near Alakea
Yomte Sbtii Siii
in i unimiim in ! m in i i w
Vbw gnUja .Uifa.
SATURDAY, AUG. 2(), 1885.
THE HICHEST BODY OF WATER ON THE
an r.KTEnrniSLva ametucak who nosr.
to Titn 3AMn i.nvr.j..
According to :i correspondent of
the Philadelphia Press, one of the
monuments of the spirit of Anieri-'
can energy nnd enterprise, albeit
embodied in a man of doubtful re
putation, is tho railroad that con
nects Mollcndo, a port of Peru, witli
Lake Titicaca. This lake is the
highest body of water in the world,
lying in a great basin between two
ranges of the Continental Cordilleras,
lf,000 feet above the sea. On the
bosom of this wonderful lake is the
island--the Eden of the Western
World where tradition says Maneo
Capac and Mnma Capac, the Adam
and Eve of the Inca race, were born.
From thit little garden sprang a
race that has never been surpassed
in industry and will sways furnish
the most interesting topic of study
antiquarians nnd philosophers have
ever known. Here arc the magnifi
cent temples and palaces which
l'rescott describes with such a vivid
lien and which FisKirro stripped of
The man who built the railroad
was Harry Meiggs, the partner of
Ralston, the California banker, who
drowned himself in the Golden Gate ;
the friend of Flood, O'llrien,
Mackay, Sharon, and one of the
princes of the golden era of '49.
Bret Hartc has written of him, and
Mark Twain has used him as a text.
He committed forgeries in San Fran
cisco years ago, and when his crime
was discovered, took a boat and
rowed out into the bay, as Ralston
did twenty years afterward, but, in
stead of jumping overboard, he
climbed upon the deck of a schooner,
purchased her, and sailed away
from the scene of his remarkable
career. He went to Chili first, and
then came to Peru, bringing much
of his wealth and all of his irresisti
ble energy which he applied to the
difficulties that had staggered this
country, and overcame them. From
Ecuadaor to Patgonia, through Peru,
Bolivia and Chili his enterprise ex
tended, and the result is a scries of
railroads at right angles with the
coast, connecting the interior of the
country with the seaports, and giv
ing the estates and the mines in the
mountains, tho sugar haciendas and
the nitrate beds easy outlets to the
ocean. He sent back money to
California to reimburse those who
lost by his forgeries, with good in
terest, but remained there till he
died, one of the richest, most in
fluential and famous men on the
A CONGO BURIAL SACRIFICE.
In his new book on the Congo
country Henry M. Stanley tells
this story of the human butcheries
perpetrated to appease the gods
when a chief dies. The victims are
slaves taken in battle or bought for
the purpose of religious butchery :
The mourning relatives finally se
cured fourteen men from the in
teiior, and, being notified by the
villagers that the execution was
about to begin, M. Vangcle and his
friend proceeded with a few of their
men to view the scene. They found
quite a number of men gathered
around. Tho doomed men seen
were kneeling with their arms bound
behind them in the neighborhood of
a tali young tree, near the top of
which the end of a rope had been
lashed. A number of men laid hold
of the cord and hauled upon it until
the upper part of tho tree was bent
like a bow. One of the captives
was selected, and the dangling end
of the rope was fastened round his
neck ; the tree sprang several inches
higher, drawing the man's form up,
straining the neck, and almost lift
ing the body from the ground. The
executioner then advanced with his
short broad-bladed falchion, and
measured his distance by stretching
his weapon from the position he in
tended to strike across the nape of
the neck. He repeated this oper
ation twice. At the third time he
struck, severing tho head clean
from the body. It was Whipped up
in the air byf tho spring of the re
leased tree' and sent rebounding
several ynrds away. The remaining
captives were despatched one after
another in like manner. Their heads
were unfleshed by boiling, that tho
skulls might decorate the poles
around the grave. Tho bodies were
dragged away and thrown into the
Congo ; tho soil saturated with the
blood was gathered up and buried
with the defunct chief.
WAITING TO BE SWINDLED.
The people ready to be swindled
are far moro numerous than tho
swindles. One man offers to fur
nish counterfeit currency at a low
rate. A dozen tempted by their
greed sond forward their money and
get back in duo time their boxes
filled with sawdust. One man pre
tends to have drawn a prizo in a
lottery. He will flud a score quick
to trust him with their cash in the
vain hope of getting something for
little or nothing, It is a fortunate
provision of nature that there arc so
few rogues; for if they boro any
proportion to the number of dupes
society would go to pieces.
In Philadelphia the other day n
man pretending to bo a sailor went
into a baker'3 shop and asked for a
person for whom he had bought
some jewels in a foreign land, "tie
was exhibiting tho casket when in
rushed an alleged pawnbroker, who,
pronouncing the jewels worth $G0O,
offered $150. The sailor demanded
8250, and the pawnbroker went
away Tor the money. The sailor
soon after departed, when the pawn
broker coming back upbraided the
baker for letting the man go and
took Ills departure, telling the
baker to advance the sailor 8100
and he would call and take the
treasures off his hands. The sailor,
of course, came back and said he
had been frightened away because
the goods had been smuggled. Fear
of arrest induced him to offer the
jewels to the baker for $80. He
eagerly accepted and that was tho
last he saw of the money, sailor or
pawnbroker. The "jewels" were
worth fifty cents. Detroit Free
LAWYER AND WITNESS.
Counsel (to witness) "Whs your
wife with you on the occasion re
Witness "No. sir."
Counsel "You are sure? 15c
meniber, you arc on oath."
Witness "1 am quite sure."
Counsel "Was she present with
any one else?"
Witness "No, sir."
Counsel "Did you tell her that
Witness "No, sir."
Counsel "Or at any subsequent
Witness "No, sir."
Counsel "You said nothing to
Witness "Not a word."
Counsel (getting angry) "Now
state to the court the reason or rea
sons why you did not consult with
your wife regarding the important
events which occurred on the occa
sion mentioned." fc
Witness "Because I haven't got
a wife." New York Sun.
NOT MUCH OF A BREAKFAST.
"Why, where is the mackerel I
brought home last night?" asked
Jenkins at the breakfast table.
"Do you mean the mackerel you
brought home early this morning?"
inquired his wife rigidly.
"Er yes, of course. I was de
tained at the olllce last night, and I
suppose it was morning before I got
home. But where is it?"
"You put it to soak in the wash
basin, and I had to throw it away."
THE SIMPLE SUMMER BOARDER.
"You seem to raise fine crops of
hay on this place," observed a tour
ist to a man who was raking up the
"Yes," said the man.
"Do you ship it to the city?"
"Oil, no," replied the mower;
"we use it here in the hotel."
"But you have no horses," ob
served the tourist; "what do you
use it for?"
"Green tea," responded the
mower, as he reached for the whet
The key to a good situation is not
whiskey. New Orleans Picayune.
The paragrapher takes his summer
ing in summarizing. Yonkers Ga
zette. What is so dry as an aldermau in
June? Texas Sif tings. The same
old alderman in July.
We suppose they call it "the
silver moon" because there arc four
quarters in it. Boston Bulletin.
"All I want is a single heart,"
writes a poetess. Trying to fill a
bob-tail Hush, eh? Newman Inde
pendent. Any man who can umpire a base
ball game and please both sides, has
in him the main qualifications for a
"Nobody ever knew me to take
water!" yelled a big man in a
drunken street fight the other night.
The Detroit Free Press observes :
"Beer is what ales Gladstone." We
thought it was ale that biercd him.
A man is a fool if lie blows his
own horn. Exchange. He's a
bigger fool if he blows some other
fellow's. Philadelphia Call.
When a barber seeks to mako him
Bclf sociable with a customer in the
chair, ho is probably "scraping an
acquaintance." Chicago Sun.
A scientist says that a very strong
solution of salt applied boiling hot
will preserve wood. This is impor
tant to thoso whoso woodpile has to
be protected by a spring gun. Life.
The Rev. Bam Jones, tho revivalist,
dosen't like the new word sheol.
There's no fire in it. Sjieol, he says,
wouldn't frighten a cat, But neither
will the othpr word. It takes a boot
jack or a brick to frighten a cat.
I If IH ii ii mm imawpwyi ii i JL
V mluJKlk' BOOTS ANu"sH0cS jU h H
Has received by late steamers a splendid line of
BOOTS, SHOES AND SLIPPERS,
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
EfSr5 Don't Pass -the Door. "M.
Large invoices of Qooils (of all (lcRcriiitions) liaviiig been leccivcd by mc.tliey
"WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than the same quality of Goods can be purchased clbcwhcie in Honolulu, ami
satisfaction guaranteed. 3Iy stock consists of all kinds of AMERICAN.
ENGLISH AND SYDNEY MANUFACTURE,
Saddles, Belts, Pouches, Leggings, Saddle Cloths, School Bags, &c.,
Bits, Spurs and Stirrups, &c, in Nickel and Silver Platen
The reputation of my HOME-MADE IIAKNESS for superiority of workmanship
and material remains unchallenged during my six years' residence here.
Thankful for the generous patronage of the past, its continuance and increase in
the futuro is rcspccltully solicited at the old stand.
Every Description of Joli Printing
Executed with neatness and dispatch,
Daily Bulletin Steam Printing Office,
Bills of Lading
COTTAGE TO LET.
bA nice 4 room cottage, within
icasy rcacii ot Jivnonuu, sun
iatc at Kapalama. Terms $20
per month. Apply to
MRS. MARIA ICING,
on tho grounds, or to A. J. Carlwrlght,
at his olllce. 40 tf
J. A. DOWER,
Ship ,Carpenter and Boat Builder.
HAS on hand nnd for sale various
sized boats, steam bent knees,
stems and timbers, several hundred feet
dialing battens and one 70 feet flag
pole for sale cheap. Apply at tho Enter
prise Mill or Mutual Telephone 325.
N O T I O E !
The Loire of Brussels
Offer a Silk Dress for $5.
ALSO.IOTIIER GOODS AT FIFTY
per cent, reduction. Embroidery,
Curtains, etc, in all styles. Lndict.'
Hats and Cups ; Table Linen ; Mixed
Linon;ind Black Brussels Luces,
BST SUITS OF CLOTHING AT
COST PRICKS. 00 2m
Onccs 3I.01-0 it llio lVon.
A- I1. KuliHJDR,.
Having returned to the
Ulamlb, will undertake
to break Horses, either
to biiddlc or HarncfH,
"cheaper than any other
man in tho Kingdom, and guarantee
Siok and Lame Horses,
Will receive special attention, and the
best of Modiciiio and core provided.
All orders to ho left at residence, next
John llobcllo'H, Kapalama. DO Om
if vBBBSBHr S
Wis. fHKffiSKsreff -
103 Fort Street,
The Corner Harness Store
Still to the Front !
of Fort and King streets, Honolulu, II. 1
"Ki-1 Shipping Rece'ta
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THE FAST BAH.INQ
will run regularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
Pacific Navigation Co.,
Tho undersigned having
lauen cnurgc or uoggage
repress ino. m, jor tne
purpose of carrvlne on the Exnress and
Dray, business, hopes by paying strict
attention to business to receive a share
of public patronage.
tST Moving pittnos and furniture a
specialty. ANTON A. KEUMI.
Residence, corner Punchbowl and Bo
retania Streets. Mutual Telephone .120.
West, Dow ite Co., Telephone 170.
E. R. RYAN'S
Tho oldest and only Boat Building Shop
in tho 'Kingdom.
Boats and .Scows of all kinds made to
older. Suif Boats a specialty.
I have Oak Timbers imported.cxpressly
for Island use.
All kinds of Boat Repairing done a
1005 shortest noiico, ly
J. A. Mackenzie,
Having opened a shop on
(opposite the Church), is prepared to
execute all aiders lor
Plumbing, GaB and Steam
And general work in his line. All
orders promptly attended to, and charges
strictly moderate, 40 am
"WMUMf : 4TCtf