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THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1885.
Bgtno Coniiclo fiom S.in Kuiuclsui
Sclir Ittilnliow from Kooluu
SS Alameda for Sun Viiincls.cn
StnirO It Bishop forKnual
Sclir Sarah nnil Ellz.i for Koolaii
Sclir Mllle Morils for Ewa
Sclir Knulkcnoull for ICoholalelc
Sclir Kulnmmiu for Kolinlulclu
Slmr V G Hall for wlndwnid poits
Slmr Lchiin for windward pons
Sclir ltalnbow for Koolaii
Sclir Lnkii for Kolinla
VESSELS IN PORT.
II It M S ii Satellite. Allugtoii
Ilk Hope, I'cnluillow
111; Jiipltcr, Jones
Sclir Mngglo C ltitss, Peterson
Bgtno Consiiclo, Cousins
l'roin San Vrimcleo, pur ColiMiclo,
Oct 1-C! V. Covlllc, .1 llnrko ami O
For San VrnucKco, per Alameda, Oct
1 Mm .IF Smith. Geo Campbell, BS
Bodman. Mls A Dccrlng, Miss .1 .Tudd,
TLyle, Mrs A M Palmer, Alt Spcriy
and wife, Mrs S W Speiry, Mrs SB
Hole, Mrs J O Cuter and daughter, .T A
Buckley, T 51 Socr, A T Terieir.i, W M
Gillespie, V. Maudlcr, .T Cramford, W
Church. T Miller, O M Tiipp and 0
The ss Alamoda sailed at noon to-day
for San Francisco with 17,lfi!l bags of
sugar: 5,7110 from Irwin As Co., O,0Ct
from Davlcs & Co., .1,225 from Schaefer
ok Co., 02 fiom Brewet-& Co., J107 from
Castle & Cooke, and 227 from Ilyman
Bros. She also took 2,1)00 bags of lice,
2.725 bunches of b.iiriniis, COO bales of
wool, 15 boxes of betel leaves 101 bills
of green hides, 134 diy hides, 7 bales of
sheepskins and 1 bag of gold and sll cr
coin (gold $1,300, sliver 807). Total
alue domestic produce, 14:t,S08.17.
The bgtne Consuclo, Capt. Cousins,
arrived this niornliig ISdaysfiom San
Francisco. She -bi ought 250 hogs for
John Burke, 2 bulls and a cow from 1.
Save & Son for It. W. J.alnc, and 2
mules for Mi II. A. Wldcniann. She
also brought 285 bags of bone meal, 478
sks bran, 715 sks barley, 50 tons of lion,
etc. Sho' Is docked near the.old Custom
At his residence, No. It Kukui Place,
Honolulu, Sept. 30th, William Oliphant,
aged H3 years and fl months, a natUc of
AyiMilic, Scotland. San Francisco,
Eastern and Scotch papcis please copy.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Itiu'or.T of Major Dane's lecture
on General Grant appears on the
Monthly socialjlc of the' Hethcl
Union at the pastor's house, Ntiuanu
Massive blinds and window
casings for the tower of Kawaiahao
Chinch are being tinned out of the
Honolulu Planing Mill.
Tin: missing schooner Kamoi was
manned as follows : lokua, master ;
Pahuiiui, Thos. Clay, Kala, Kimia-
To-night the ball of the Engine
Co. No. 1 takes place at the Yose
mitc Skating Pink.. Tickets have
been going off freely, and theie will
be a gay time.
Ladh:s will not fail to notice that
the Japanese- good3, to be sold at
G. W. Irwin & Co.'s store on Sat
urday, will be on view to-morrow
from 12 noon to four o'clock.
Tiir.ui: was a large attendance at
Messrs. Lyons & Cohen's cash sale
this morning. Besides a variety of
furniture and merchandise, a large
lot of apples went off at fifty cents a
box and upward.
Ax autograph letter 1ms been re
ceived by His Majesty from the
Emperor of Germany, acknowledg
ing receipt of a letter of condolence
upon the death of Prince Frederick
Charles, Uje Emperor's nephew.
Mit. and Mrs. Sorenson had a
China wedding at their residence,
Niiuanu Avenue, last Tuesday even
ing. The house was filled with
friends and anions l'10 presents re
ceived was a China doll for a man
Km:gant new sheds have been
erected by the Union Feed Company
in rear of' their warehouses. The
whitewash brush has been liberally
plied in the samo quarter, making
tho premises look clean and indiant.
There is illimitable scope throughout
tho city for following this good ex
ample. . . .
This morning Messrs. E. P. Adams
& Co. sold tho Kilauca Sugar Co.'s
railway plant at auction. It fell to
the "Western and Hawaiian Invest
ment Company for 3,5180. The
purchasers, it is undoi.s,tood, imme
diately disposed of the property to
tho oiiginal owners and mortgagors,
for the same amount.
Tin: cricket match between the
Satellite and Honolulu tennis begins
to-morrow morning at 11 o'clock at
Makiki. The members of the Ilono-
lulu learn nro Thos. Llshmnn, John
Lishinaii, II. AVodohouso, II. Whlt
ncy, Major Purvis, E. W. Holds
worth, Geo. Markhain, Cant. Ilny
lcy, Hlelmid Mossinnn and Moulin
nun. Mr. K. "W. Scnlo will net as
Missus. Castle & Cooke aio
obliged to dump ti consignment of
'aliout sovonty-llvc barrels of salmon
in the bay. Owing to an over
stocked maiket, the fish spoiled be
fore it could be sold. There is a
good deal of complaint among
steady-going merchants hetc icgnrd
ing San Francisco merchants making
Honolulu a slaughter market for
surplus and sometimes stale goods.
Mu. William Oliphant, proprietor
of the Hotel street Meat Market,
died rather suddenly ycsleiday after
noon, and was buiicd this afternoon.
His death was caused by the ruptuie
of a blood vessel, produced by a
heavy lift. Deceased was a native
of Dairy, Ayrshire, Scotland, and
left Honolulu after a picvious resi
dence, going to the Colonies for a
short time, lie leaves a widow,
having been married about a year.
Suciak has gone up, but our prices
have not. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 13G 3t
L. Amxit begs to inform tho pub
lic that he has received an elegant
assortment of gentlemen's, ladies'
and children's shoes per. Alameda.
At a meeting of the trustees, held
on the 29th, it was decided to pro
ceed with the completion of the
second tower and spire. The neces
sary funds, about $2,000, required
for the wood-work of the spire and
the finishing of the church inside,
are expected to be all in before the
end of the year. A collection will
be taken, in the church, on Sunday
morning next, in aid of tho Building
Fund. A concert will bo given on
the 24th; and on the 28th, Inde
pendence Day, there will be a grand
Luau Lulu Dala, the proceeds of
both to go into the samo fund. If
any of our readers don't know what
luau lulu dala means, they can sub
stitute the term soiree or festival.
At the luau there will be three tables
for natives, Chinese and whites,
respectively. The several distiicts
in connection with the church are
expected to contribute the necessary
pigs, fowls, poi, fish, etc., to supply
-DEPARTURE OF THE ALAMEDA.
There was a large crowd on the
O. S. S. Co.'s wharf at the de
parture of the Alameda to-day. The
passenger list given elsewhere is one
of the smallest ever gone by this
line, but includes some very promi
A sad incident, unknown to the
most of the gay throng of spectators,
was the embarkation of Mr. John
Lylc, shipwright, for his home in
California. lie came here five
months ago, to work on the Marine
Railway with his brother, one of the
lessees of the works. About two
months ago he built a landing at
Waialua for the Honolulu Stone
Company, and after returning to
town complained of being unwell.
Different doctors failed to afford
him relief, and about a fortnight
ago he was taken to the Queen's
Hospital. Not getting any better
there, ho was ordered by the physi
cians to go home to his family by
the first opportunity. The officers
of the S. S. Australia refusing to
take a sick man on board, tho
patient had to wait uutil to-day.
Members of Harmony Lodge, I. O.
O. F., of which ho was a visitor,
generously presented Mr. Lylc with
the price of a first-class passage, in
addition to the benefits due by his
own Lodge in San Francisco. The
steward, purser and doctor of tho
Alameda engaged to do all they
could for the sick man's comfort on
the passago. Possibly the trip may
have a beneficial effect upon him,
but the local physicians are doubt
ful if he reaches his destination.
The steamer took away nearly
twice as much sugar as the Mari
posa took on September 15th. A
mnil of 3,815 letters, weighing 10G
pounds, and 1,331 parcels of papers,
230 pounds, was despatched from
the Post Office. The Royal Band boys
were on hand and played a fine pro-
Till! I.ATK l'ASSl'NOKH.
An amusing episode took place as
the steamer was leaving the wharf.
A stout man, with a slouch hat and
an old-fashioned carpet bag, came
puffing through the crowd after the
gangway was taken down, Tho stern
lines were cast off, and the vessel
was swinging out. There was a
hawser hanging in a festoon from
the deck. Someone cried out to the
late passenger, "Take hold of that
rope and climb up." Just as he
made a grab at tho rope a sailor
pulled on one end of it and raised
it three inches. Tho passenger
made n desperate leap and grasped
the hawser with one hand." Feeling
a bite, as an angler would say, tho
sailor avasted heaving on the line.
While the vessel was near enough,
hnlf.a-doson laborers Joined ,ln giv
ing him a boost. When tho dis
tance between wharf and ship ex
panded to about two feet, the men
had to leave the struggling passen
ger to his fate. A newspaper man
vainly tried to lift the gangway, to
get some loose boards from under
it, willi which to afford the wrig
gling emigrant a purchase for a
grand-spring. The man's hat had
fallen on the edge" of the wharf.
Digging his toes at the margin of
the iron plat'e, he continued the now
desperate struggle. Excelsior I But
it was too much for him. His
strength was evidently failing, and,
as he paused in his prodigious ex
ertions, everybody waited for hihi
to drop into the water. At this
crisis a sailor sprang over tho rail
with the end of a rope in ids hand.
As the gallant "fellow clambered
down tho side a ringing cheer rose
fiom the crowd. Giving a double
turn of the rope round his wrist, ho
grasped the passenger by the left
arm, and called to tho men on
deck to haul on the line.
But the two strugglcrs could
not hear tho strain. They were
only able to hold their own, when a
second sailor came over the rail like
tho first and took the other arm.
Then a boatful of wharfmen came
alongside and gave the trio a good
boost. When our hero, with all this
assistance, was raised to the level
of a saloon window, his carpet bag,
that hadjieen an encumbrance froin
the first, was wrested from his hand
and tossed tlnough the" opening.
Then a third assistant appeared in
side, who seized the passenger, by
the shoulders and tugged as the
others hoisted. As "the last pas
senger" disappeared on board head
foremost through the windojv, tho
cheering from wharf and deck was
something to be remembered.
"Some one has to be last,"
" Wasn't it funny?" and "That was
a lesson in punctuality," were ob
servations heard among the laughing
crowd, as they dispersed to the
strains of " Hawaii Ponoi."
THE BETHEL UNION.
ax is'Ti:m:sTixo addhess ox ruc.ET
SOUND MEKTINO OP THE .SOCIAL
At the Bethel Union prayer meet
ing last evening, the Rev. A. O.
Forbes, just returned from a three
months' holiday trip to Puget Sound,
gavo an interesting account of his
visit to Portland, Oregon, and the
small towns about the Sound. It is
worth the voyage, the Rev. gentle
man observed, to sail through the
beautiful strait of Juan de Fuca, the
United States on one hand and
Great Britain on the other. Puget
Sound is a line body of water,
smooth as a pond, and dotted with
numerous small islands. The shores
are studded with mill towns, with
their busy saw mills where the ex
tensive lumber trade of that region
is carried on. Seventy-four steam
ers ply upon the waters of the
Sound, -and as they meander through
the channels between the islands,
to a stranger they appear to be run
ning hither and thither without any
definite course or certain destina
tion. Landing on the shores of
America was a great event in his
life. Far back in the dim recollec
tions of the past, he could recall a
time when he was an American citi
zen, but after so long an absence, it
seemed now as if he Btood upon the
enchanted ground of America for
the first time. The first town visited
had a population of 500, with two
churches and 21 grog shops. In tho
course of his visit to Portland, he
called at the rooms of the Y.M.C.A.,
and was agreeably surprised to find
the autograph of Mr. E. Damon on
the visitor's register, where it had
"been fixed but a few days previous.
The country is progressing very
rapidly in industry and wealth. In
noting the moral forces of society,
lie observed that evil in every form
was rampant, but the institutions of
religion were established and were
making good progress. Speaking
with special reference to tho subject
before the meeting, he had realized
in Ids own experience the truth that,
on land or sea, and in every con
dition of life, God's presence may
" After the close of the prayer
meeting, the Bethel Social Union
proceeded to hear reports and to
elect officers. Mr. Wm, Clark,
treasurer, reported receipts 835. G5 ;
expenditures, special deposit for
Building Fund, $15 ; sundries, $13.
75 ; leaving a net balance on hand
of $0.90. Mrs. II. A. Parmalee
read the report of the refreshment
committee, one of the results of
their operations being a deposit of
$15 with the treasurer for the build
Officers were elected, for one
year, viz: President, Thomas M.
Henderson j Vice-President, Mrs.
Angus; Treasurer, Win. Clark;
Secretary, Charlotte Clark; Com
mittees to serve six months aro:
Literary, Mrs, J, Green, Mr. Arthur
Peterson, Miss Andrews; Music,
Mrs. Ross, Mrs. Robertson, Mrs.
Jas. Brodio; Refreshment, Mrs.
Henderson, Miss Hempstead, Mrs.
S, M. Carter, Mrs. Hoyt ; Visiting
and Invitation, Mrs. Dillingham,
Mrs. T. G, Thrum, Mrs. D. P.
Peterson, Mrs. J. O. Cartor, Mrs
E. 0. Damon, Mrs. J. B. Peterson;
Children's Sociable, Mrs. S. M.
Damon, Arthur Peterson; J. Shaw,
J. E. Bidwcll ; Floral Committee,
Mrs. Parmelcc, Miss Alice Love,
Miss Minnie Kinney, Miss Mnry
Carter, Miss Maud Kelley, Miss
Mary Babcock, Miss Rebecca Thomp
son, Miss Eliza Lucas, Mrs. Arthur
Peterson and Mrs. Abies.
TlIURSDAT, Oct. 1 St.
Six cases of drunkenness, Jas. M.
Dade, W. L. Safford, Moke, Pahia,
Kahana, Kualani, were disposed of
jn the usual way, viz: $G each passed
into the treasury.
Henry Davics, for assault and
battery, was fined S7, with costs
Thursday, Oct. 1st.
Allen & Robinson vs. T. M. Kn
aukai, assumpsit for $90.25, defen
dant confessed judgment, with com
mission $9 and costs $3.50. Total,
Einili Worry vs. Manele was nn
action under the statute regarding
pound fees. Judgment, that E.
Worry pay 12 cents trespass and
pound fees and costs $3.45. Ap
In au assumpsit for $15.50, Chang
Pown vs. Kailianu, judgment was
rendered for plaintiff, debt, com
mission and costs $11.05.
Several cases were continued, and
Tuesday, Sept. 29th.
Before Chief Justice Judd.
Messrs. S. C. Allen and M. P.
Robinson, surviving trustees of the
estate of James Robinson, deceased,
appeared before His Honor to hear
the report of Henry F. Poor, master,
on their seventh annual account, up
to and including March 12, 1885.
The account stands as follows :
B dance on hand $ 8,023.-19
Beceivcd from rentt. H,-I8."i.00
Received interest on loans. . . . 2,77"). 12
Notes collected 12,052.00
Total credit $78,510.07
Disbursed as follows :
Taxes, insurance and water
Repairs and labor sundry
Recording and costs of Court. 31. no
Payments to the heirs 1G,00,1.0:J
Tiustccs commissions on the
Total debit $09,321.29
Balance in hand to next ac
The accounts were approved and
the master's report thereon con
firmed. Thuusday, Oct. 1st.
The justices of the Supreme
Court this morning opened court as
per previous notice given, to hear
all cases that were ready on appeal
in Banco; but soon adjourned with
out doing any business, as there was
no case in which both sides were
The only matter transacted was
that of the bankruptcy of Henry
Turton, of Lahaina, befoic Judd, C.
J. L. A. Thurston appeared for
petitioning creditors, C. W. Ashford
for the respondent, Tin ton. The
appeal from the adjudication of
bankruptcy having been withdrawn
by Mr. Ashford, the court ordered
that creditors come in and prove
their claims on Mondaj', October
12th, next, and to elect assignees,
notice thereof to bo published in the
Hawaiian Gazette, Daily Bui.lktin
and JCnokoa newspapers, until said
hearing. r '
A LAWYER'S DEVICE.
The late Gov. William Allen of
Ohio was a man of remnrkablo
power. One of our exchanges tells
how ho gained a case once at Cliilli
cot,he. It was that of a notorious
horse thief and the evidence showed
clearly that he was guilty. Governor
Murphy, one of the ablest criminal
lawyers of the State, came near get
ting him clear, however. This is
The jury, like tho advocate, and
a large portion of tho audience were
in tears, but Allen sat bold upright,
with a stony and dangeious glare in
his steel-gray eyes. When General
Murphy had concluded, and sat wip
ing away his tears and sobbing,
Allen arose and said: 'Gentlemen
of the jury, it seems cruel to say
anything to break the charming
spell that the learned counsel has
woven around you, or rudely dispel
the tears that he has drawn like
pearls of humanity fiom your eyes.
Your tears have been responsive to
his, but perhaps had you known the
fountain whence sprang his tears,
yours would not havo welled up
I responsive. Gentlemen of the jury,
let mo show you tho fountain of the
I learned counsel's tears," Saying
this he reached over the tablo with
his long arm and fished something
out of General' Murphy's coat
pocket. Holding aloft a big red
onion, peeled to tho quick, ho went
on: "I was aware that the onion
was the symbol of the Egyptian
mysteries, but not until now did I
know that it was the substance of
Tolephono 3J0 )a both Co?.
or and m rtotoi uucot.
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
K ifilnrn Rlinil. Plmmilora. Ilrinlr HnrV Hmntte fVnha Vna(n. n !..-. Pnl.i TVu1i
Roll Butter, Cauliflower, Bed Cabbages, Bunker Club House Sausage', iM
Mallard Ducks, Peaches, I'eaw, Plums, Grapes, &c &c: HSjj
Homo Bndlsh, Roots and Celery, Swiss
Gcrmnu Smoked fcausoges, Getmnn
ivegs, ivua auiuiun uciucs, ivin AlOCKCrei,
vVnd u Complete Jiiie ot" ITaucy &. Staple Gi'occxlcs(1
Goods dehvcied to Walklkl, Tuesdays nnd Fridaj-s.
ot tho Town.
General Murphy's tears and myste
rious power over a jury." The pri
soner was convicted without the
jury leaving the box, and it was
years before General Murphy got
over the clever expose.
St. Louis said to bo a large town
in Missouri is to have a great musi
cal festival'on October 28th to 31st,
inclusive, by wny of dedicating a
fine new music hall, connected witli
the Exposition building which was
opened n year ago. CJiicagoTimcs.
While Edward T. Taylor, the sea
man's friend, was delivering one of
his temperance lectures, a well
known drunkard present, disliking
some of his remarks, commenced
hissing. Father Taylor turned the
attention of the audience to him,
and then said in his own peculiar
way, as he pointed to him: "There
is a red nose got into cold water ;
don't you hear it hiss?"'
A female otllco-seekcr in Washing
ton a short while ago maneuvered
her way into the White House with
six small children in tow, and made
a most pathetic plea for an appoint
ment which would enable her to
support her widowed brood. It was
a neat bit of strategy, but it wofully
miscarried when she was recognized
by one of tho attendants. She was
never married at all, and tho squad
of juveniles had been borrowed for
Tho inhabitants of Burmah wor
ship idols made of biass. How
they would get down on their knees
if only an American commercial
traveler were to get around their
way ! Lowell Citizen.
An clastic language enables one
to say that horses sweat, that men
pcrspiio and that young ladies glow;
but it all amounts to the same thing
when the thermometer is too high
for society gossip. Ar. O. Pica
A PLANTATION LUNA.
C. BREWER & CO., Queen hticet.
A VERY COMFORTABLE
venient house on ICiuau street, be.
tween Pensacola and Pilkoi streets, con.
laining ihree bedrooms, parlor, dining
loom, klichcu.pnntry.biiih.rooin, stable?,
etc. L'irgo garden. Easy terms. Ap
ply to UltUCE CAltrWIUGHT,
ut A. .T. Cutwright's olllcc. 13." tf
Conriitioii Stock for Solo
I have for Sale shares in the following
,- corporations at the pi ices named:
' I'ar Vul
Hawaiian Agilcultur.il Co..a$100 $100
People's Ice Co. (Consld) .. " 100 100
Wilder' Steamship Co " 100 100
Iiiter.Island S. N. Uo " 110 100
E.G. Hall & Son " 100 100
C. Brewer A: Co " 100 100
Mutual Telephone " 10 10
Hawaiian Dell Telephone.. " 35 10
Jlnhiwa Sueur Co " 100 100
Hawaiian Carriage Mfg Co." 100 100
PauUaii Sugar Co " 10 10
Pnia Sugar Co " 101 100
Woodlawn Dairy " 8 100
Wailuku Sugar Co " 101 100
, THURSTON, Stock Broker.
SS Merchant street.
READING ROOM ASSOCIATION.
'pillft INSTITUTION is located on
J. tliu corner of Hotel nnd Alakea
streets, directly opposite the building of
tho Y. M. C. A., and is open every day
and cw'iiing, Sundays Included.
Tho Reading Room is supplied with
all tho local journals, as well as nearly
fifty of tho lending foreign papers nnd
Tho Oh dilating Library consists of
over 3,000 volumes, and is constantly
Tho Reference Library contains a
valuable linu of cyclopedias, diction,
niies, mid works of a similar character.
A handsouui parlor is provided for
convers'ilion nnd gamos,.
Tho Cliculaling Ucnaibncnt Ib closed
Term of membership : Signing the
roll uml paying tho icgular dues, rlfiy
cents a month, quarterly in advance.
Stninserb from foreicn countries and
vKltois fiom other Islands aru wclcomo
to tho moms at all times, but as tho
Association has no other regular means
of support except the dues of members,
it is expected that, leaidcnts of Honolulu
who desire to avail liieiusclvcs of its
privileges, and all who feel au interest
in maintaining mi institution of this
kind in our community, will join tho
Association and pay tho icgular dues.
S. B. DOLE President
J.I. 31 . SCO'l T Vice-President
11. A. PARMELEK Secretary
A. L. SMITH , Treasurer
O. T. ROIIOERS, JI. I)., Chairman Hall
,inil T.llirnrv nnmtni4lc. 77tf
I ' "
T5W ST V, 9 1 HOK OB?
Cheese, Cream Cheese. Ednm CticescH
Pickles in Kegs, Holland nerrlngs InJ
Goods delivered to all parts
t -v, i
ANEW 3-ioomcd Cottage with a largo
yard on the, Asylum road. Bent
?t0 per month.
t. C. EDWARDS:
ASILYBR-PLATED CAP fiom a
wheel of anEngllsh phaeton. The
ilmlor will be rewarded by leovlng the
same at this olllcc. 135 lw
FOR SALE CHEAP.
;One Light TonFamlly
Wnjjon until. Tob" Bus!.
"ncss Wagon. Apply to
F. .1. WILHKLSI,
Contractor and Builder, 109 King street. ,
125 lm ' "
DR. BRINKERIIOFF'S systcm,.of
Recta) Treatment. A new treat
ment foriremorrholdEistulaard other
diseases of the. rectum, by a process
sure, safe and painlcs.
DR. McWAYNE, 34 Alakea st.
Provincial Fire InsuranceCotOT
JC 1, 000,000
T. WATEKHOUSE, Jit.
- rilTiwn ,.., i .,.- -m
Hn.viu uuiainuu me services 01 a jyi
llr-it.clasj Piano Tuner, wc wiab?(
to inform Hie imblic that we aro able to
Tune and Repair Pianos at short notice. i.
All orders left with us will bo promptly (- f
attended to, and all work warranted.
10;i2 ly WEST, DOW & CO. '.
Btitter ! Butter I,
SST AVootlla-vii 'Dairy -a
In 1 lb bricks, for bale by
Henry Rflay & Company.
rr'IIE undersigned having been ap.
X pointed Assignees of the Estate of
S. J. Levey & Co., Bankrupts, all per.
sons indebted to said llrm are hereby
requested to make immediate payment
to Alex. J. Cartwiight at his olllcc, No.
3 Knahumanu street.
ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT, J As3ncc,
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 188.'). 135 2w
A II FAT and Ah Pau, doing business
XjL under the firm name of Ngee Wo
Chan & Co., at Laupahoehoc, Hawaii,
have sold out to Lo Nee Sine, who as.
Biiincs all our asssts aud wilt settle all
our liabilities. All persons indebted to us
are requested to make immediate pay
ments to Lo Nee Sing.
NGEE WO CHAN ft CO.
Linp.ihochoo, Sept. 25, 1885. 135 lw
Dwelling House loi Sale or
THE large dwelling hou-c and lot
occupied by D. D. Baldwin front,
in-.' on Dole .-.trcet, ntPunahon, r.nd tun
ning thtough to Bcckwith street. The
house contains 8 large rooms, '2 pantries,
1 bathrcom, 4 large cloet3, kitchen ml
Joining. There Is a large bnrn with
servant's room oa the grounds, also un
ofllcc separate from tho main building.
The lot is nearly a acrc3 in extent and
affords considerable pasture nnd Are.
wood. Everything in good repair. Gov
eminent water laid on. Enciiilro or
132 tf S. it. DOLE.
E. R. RYAN
Boats Built and Kef aired lo Order.
All Kind of JZotit Mntevlal.
Timber, .Knee3, Stems, Keels. ' Also, 1
Decked Surf limit, 1 Largo Twelve-Ton
iicow; I Four.Onrcd Rnco Boat, 2 Small
Skill's, 1 Twelve-Ton Sloop In perfect
order, with sulls, anchors and chains
complete. For snlo cheap for cash.
Klhtuea street, Honolulu. 1005 ly
tier's StmsMi Co.
Commencing on Monday, October
12th, and thence on the first Monday
following the arrival of tho Alameda
and Mariposa on the 8tli mid S2nd of
each mouth. S
The steamer Kiunu will make ther
Volcano Trip, reaching Keauhoii on
Wednesday morning, giving Tourists,
two days and two nights at the Volcano
wiipm tim fiili aud 22 ml of tho month
fall on Monday, tho Ktnnu will leave
ra Tickets (or the Round Trip, $50, which
pays all Chargcs.Stt
Tho ICiiiiiu will arrivo in Honolulu
Sunday niorulngs on Volcano Trips. Ou
HIlo Trips, will lcavo Honolulu on
Tuesday?, and teturn Saturday morn,
lugs. WILDElt'HBTMSIIiPCO. '
Honolulu, Sept. 14, 1895. 124 tf
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