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WBDNKSIJAY, JUNK INI, IH80.
Htmr 0 It Illnliop from llniiuikiia
VESSELS M PORT,
ilk Slur of Devon, .MnckeU
llktiie MnriiliurHnir. TuriiHi
ItkliK! Kllkliu-, C'utt.T
Torn .10 l'ord, Orlllltli-
VrKccr Ihiiiiiiionln. Arnnrd
Hi It Ilk l.iimviiifr. Uo ttiiu-hy
llnw cclir Jennie Walker, Atiittruii
Am lik Hope, IVnlinllnw
Am liktnc 0 0 Funk, Glncer
(ler Bclir Jlnry 0 Ilolim, Mobcrg
Bgtno Irene, Screndson
lik O 11 Klnnov. Dnliler
S S Australia, Webber
For Kntml, per stnir Iwnlnnl, .luno
22 JIli-j l'oinpkc, mi Mnkee, ili?s
Nellie Jtoblnson, l)r Geo Herbert and
bride, .Mr Sclillsch, and ubout SO deck.
From San Francisco, per H S Austra
lia, June 22 Miss Ilroiilc, A (5 Kills,
V II Meluerny, .1 I) .Melnerny, .1 11
Mendouua mid wife, 1) 11 Smith, 'Mrs Dr
Webb and nurse, J A Wilder, and Oil
steerage, Including 8;i Cliiucc.
For ilaul nml llaunll, per stmr W O
Hall, June 22 II It II Princess Llkc
llke, Miss (fleghoru, Hon J K Xaliale,
W A llalley, 11 MUelu'j J F Jordan.
iMlsa M Hendry, 11 It I'liiinalee, mid
about 100 deck.
For Windward Ports, per stmr Klnan,
Juno 22 Miss Illllebraud, Miss Mav,
Major W P Luninlielliei. Rev A '0
Forbes, W.U Atherton, Jlrs do Olcis,
O West, Miss West, W 11 Cuininings,
Miss J Itenton, H Webber. O Hal, Mrs
Wood, O P Thompson, Miss llarnes, W
W Hall, Mr liartholf, and about 120
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Htmr C It Jllshop !1,000 sugar
Stmr lllshop sails on Friday.
The new Hawaiian schooner Mol
Wablnc, Capt M Staples, which ar
rived from .San Francisco Julie 19th,
Hailed yesterday with (10,000 shingles,
10,000 feet lumber and various sundry
merchandise, for Kohala, Hawaii.
The steamship Australia, Captain 11
Webber, arrived In port yesterday after
noon ut 4 p m, 7 days from San Fran
cisco. Sailed from San Francisco June
irthat2 p"m; experienced light winds
and line weather throughout this entire
The American schooner Anna, Capt
Williams, balled from San Francisco
Juno 14th, with a full cargo, of general
merchandise for Kahulul, Miuil.
The schooner W S Bowno arrived at
San Francisco Juno lilth, '22. hence;
and the schooner Eva June "lSth, 112
The American brlgautlne W G Irwin
arrived nt San Francisco Juno 14th, 21
days hence; and schooner Einmu
27 days from
The Jennie Walker went
Marine Hallway this morning.
The sailing of the Discover was
postponed until this morning. She took
11, 1C0 bags of sugar and 500 bags of
rice. Value fcOl.oSU.
L0UAL & GENERAL NEWS.
TiikS.-S. Australia" "iTow hna Chi
nese firemen". ' ' ' '
.NVS. Sachs will bo out to-morrow,"
3yifli u new millinery announcement.
1'itiNCKSS Likolikc was a passenger
by tho W. G. Hall for Hawaii, yester
Thk rrcmier was serenaded nt his
residenco by tho Royal .Hawaiian
Rami, last evening.
Ptinuc recitation exercises com
mence ut Ouhu Collego, I'uiuilioii,
to-morrow at 9 o'clock.
The latest edition of "Puck" con
tains a magnificent picture of Presi
dent Cleveland and his bride.
Mil. Ellis, formerly with E. P.
Adams ifc Co., arrived by the Austra
lia yesterday, as happy us ever.
Oat says it was tho "Roll Tele
phono" that brought in tho steamer
Lehua yesterday, and not himself.
D. P. Smith, of skating rink
is again. in Honolulu, with,
"thoy say," an electric light scheme
for this city.
The brigantino Salina, which was
" boycotted " at San Francisco, ob
tained a crow on tho 13th hist., and
bailed for Kahului.
SoaAit has tumbled I cent per
pound. Sugar men derivo some con
solation from (ho fact that falls re
gister only one-eighth at a time.
Captain Isniah Bray, formerly
master of the Missionary packet
Morning Star, has been given tho
General Secretaryship of Oakland Y.
M. C A.
The steamer C. R. Bishop, which
arrived this uf tei noon from Htimukuu,
brought a Chinese prisoner from
Honokua. Tho purser reports good
News of tho death of Mr. E. Hoff
flchluegor, at one time head of the
firm of Hon'bchluegcr & Co., of Hono
lulu, came by tho mail. Ho died in
Germany, and was ovor 70 years of
ago at tho time of his death.
Mn. Jamie' Wilder who was burnt
by a powdor explosion at San Mateo
Collego' recently, came by tho Aus
tralia vesteiday, to hpeiid his vaca
tion at'homo. Ho is looking remark
ably well, and his friends are glud to
Mkmheus of Mystic Lodge No. 2, K.
of P. aro requested to bo piesent at
tho regular meeting this evening, at
7:30 o'clock, an theip will bo nomina
tions mado for officers for tho now
(crm. Per order:
J. A. Palmvh, K. R. b,
ihmirt ftoihlluii, nrmoiiP mu '
tor in mn mwKviiiiiib w. ii. jJiinumi.
uirlvntl yodti-nlny ii rlili-f ullli'or of
I lie H. H. AtiKtmlin. Tho Ciiitiiln.
with his iiiiini'iiiiiH linifs hiillniiH mill
Itolil laco of Hie riniip.iny uniform,
prcMMils it itmtliiiig iippiMiniiU'c.
Mkhhii. Wllllnni II. nml .lames 1).,
kiiis of Mr, M. Miilncrny, mo aiiiong
llu nniviili by yesterday' Mciitucr
from tho Coast! The young enllo
men are nftor Inking u four years'
uuureo of study nt Santa Claiu Col
lege, . (!nln., and are now home for
Tin: I. I. H. N Co.'n new Meainor,
named by tho c'liioiiielc the lviiutii,
h oxpecteil to Mill in a few days from
Port lllakoly, wheio she was built, to
San Kranciri'o, wlieto liur maehinery
will bu put in. She is 120 feet long,
27.1 feet beam, 11.8 feet depth of hold,
S'lii.flK tons register, and schooner
Mn. .1. iM. Morton, formerly U. H.
Consul at this port, and more recent
ly port surveyor at San Francisco, is
now purser of tho steamship Austra
lia. Mr. Morton's numerous friends
in Honolulu aro pleased to see him
in his present position, and the Iku.
m:tin lenders him cordial thanks for
an excellent file of late papers.
A hunch of fine, ripo Malaga
grapes, raised by Clans Spreckels at
Honolulu, were on exhibition at tho
Meichants' Exchange yesterday. Tho
fruit, paekeil in cotton, arrived here
by tho steamship Australia ill per
iod condition. Tho grape Reason at
Honolulu is said to lie about three
months earlier than in California.
S. F. Call, 13th.
- - i S) S)
A HAMi'i.r. box of grapes, grown by
Mr. II. .1. Nolte at tho Casino, has
reached this office. A member of
our literary Htafi', who has had largo
experience of grope culture in totlicr
countries and considers himself an
aulhoiityon grapes, pronounces tho
sample the finest he has seen on
theso ihlauds. The fruit is uncom
monly large, resembling small plums,
and the Iluvor makes one forgetful of
the troubles of newspaper work.
Aktihts' Materials, Plaques, Panels,
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. 01 Ct.
You Don't Say Sol Yes', there is a
barber shop, corner King and Alakca
streets, Hut for Goodness Sako Don't
Say I Told You. 55 lw.
CiiAiti.KY clear I You don't forget
to bring me some of 'those nice
French candies arrived per Australia,
for the Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
The Hi:ai. Manila, for tho first
timo, has appeared in Honolulu. To
bo had at tho Central Cigar Stand
at Wiseman's. Try it. J. IIildkh,
Manager. 355 tf
Dit. Flint's Hkakt Ukmeuy is u
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
caso and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benton Smith &
'Co., Agents. 354
' West; Dow it Co.- have" receivediui
'iissoi tmentof bureaus, child's rockers,
picture' moulding, artists canvas,
rustic frames, picture card, guitar
stiings, league balls, foot bulls, build
ing blocks, American Hags, etc., etc.
of the finest anil richest FLAVORS
and ornamented from plain to tho
highest STYLE OF ART which not
only cannot bo imitated nor much
less excelled, at tho Pioneer Steam
Candy, Ieo Cream and Cake Factory,
Hotel street, between Fort unci Nuu
uuu streets. 50 2v
A complimentary concert will he
given by the Royal Hawaiian Hand
this evening to Mr. and Miss Abels
at the Hawaiian Hotel, commencing
at 7:30 o'clock. Following is the
March Welcome .'
Reminiscences of Meyerbeer
Medley Ye Olden Times. . .
AVultz Tho Mikado
Polka Lovo and Truth
March Aloha Oe
Tho Star Spangled Banner.
JUC BREAKING CONCERT.
Tho Jug Breaking Concert of the
Bethel Union Sunday school, took
placo, at the Lyceum, according to
announcmnent, Monday evening.
Upwards of three hundred people
were prcsont. The pieces of pot
tery containing the contributions
and collections of tho young folks,
were brought together to the number
of ilfty-thrcc. Tho jugs were broken
and their contents and the names of
tho owners duly announced. The
amounts ranged from 10 cents to
883 and aggregated 8338.70. Tho
sale of boats icalizcd 832.50, and
the proceeds of admission tickets,
885.25: making a total of 8150.15.
In connection with the jug-breaking
ceremonies, a line literary and
musical entertainment was given,
and last but not least, some ten gal
lons of ice-cream was served, Mr.
Henry Hart having charge of this
part of tho programme. Half tho
supply of ice cream was generously
donated by Mr. Hart. Although
tho alarm of fire carried off consid
erable numbers of the audience
early in tho evening, the whole affair
passed off in good 6tylo and tho
Ihmncial results were generally con-
cash goes to tho new
WAH IH YHK WHANl) NAM.
Hiurori llu.i.iim i I'oiliicpi It
would not ho out of plai'ti now Unit
wo nro gelling o many llren In Hie
city to propoie tin (iiiliyoiirtoliiiniiH,
Hint the llreiiicn put water on the
Urn Instead of amusing themselves,
(and amusing (?) the bystanders)
by sending n stream of water light
ner n motley crowd of people,
amongst whom were some ladles,
who were standing well away from
the fire, fully 100 yards. .Such a
thing was done last night, and was
the cause of a lively dhpute between
a member of our lire hrigado and a
certain outside paity, when some
good, choice cursing was indulged
in on botli sides, uhich was n credit
to themselves and to the city. Hut,
as the stream jn question would not
(at the time) reach within 50 yards
of the fit o, you can hardly blame
the firemen for wanting to do some
thing, so as to let peoplo know thoy
were at the scene, even if they were
last. Yours, etc.,
Honolulu, June 2'Jnd.
HOME NEWS FROM ABROAD.
The following, with alll tho ori
ginal spelling of names of prominent
Hawaiian citizens, is from the San
Francisco Call of tho 1 111: In a
conversation witli Mr. Tuston, now
on a visit to San Francisco, u Call
reporter yesterday learned that tho
chances oi"n visit from Queen Kapio
luni uro veiy slim. Just before leav
ing for San Francisco the gentle
man in question had quite a long
talk with her Majesty upon tho sub
ject of her contemplated visit to the
Pacific Coast, and she stated that
she had no intention of making such
a trip. The truth of the matter is
that her Majesty is unable to speak
n word of English, and would there
fore feel most uncomfortable among
those who did not understand her
language. Mrs. Carter Iakui, one
of tho Queen's maids of honor, is
now on her way to Europo with
Judge "Widcmann and daughter.
In tho same paper the following
is found: Tho statement of a pro
minont Hawaiian planter to a Call
rcportor, that the Government of tho
Sandwich Islands contemplated
negotiating a loan of $10,000,000
attracted a good deal of attention in
banking and mercantile circles yes
terday. Tho statement was not
confirmed at the offices of tho Hawa
iian Consul and Messrs. J. D.
Spreckels & Bros. From both
sources the statement was mado that
the Legislature had iutoduccd a bill
to secure a loan of (s2,000,000 one
half of tho amount to ho devoted to
public works as follow: Immigra
tion, $350,000; water works, S200,
000; sewerage, $100,000; wharves,
$100,000; dredging, $50,000; roads
and bridges, 8750,000. The other
half to be used in paying off a loan
of $1,000,000, borrowed in England
some time ago. Neither Consul
General nor Mr. Spreckels had
learned anything of the King aspir
ing to the title of emperor, nor of
Paul Neumann's transfer Jto Wash
ington ns-IIawuiiaa Minister."
The planter, however, stricks to
his story, unci avers that lie has only
stated what he has heard as the
"inside" news in Hawaiian ofllcial
STACE NOTES BY MAIL.
The following from tho S. F. Call
of tho l.'ith shows that Mr. Charles
Turner and Mrs. Turner ("Aunts
Montague," the "Hawaiian Night
ingale") are still with the American
Opera Company, which is coming
out to the Coast:
The following Is a complete! list of tho
American Opera Company (Charles K.
Locke's), announced to appear In Sail
I'raiic&co next August;
Sopranos Pauline IAlleuiand,AuuU
Montague, Uclcuu Hastreltcr, Charlotte
Walker, Kate Uciisberg, Mlniiio Dltlhcy,
Mezzos and Contraltos Mathilda
Phillips, Mathilda Miicllculmch, Sara
llartou, Helen Dudley Camiibcll, Ksthcr
Jacobs, Jessie Ilartlett Davis.
Tenors Win. II. Kcsseiuleii, Albert
Pnuley, Clias. II. Thompson, Uhus.
Turner, Win. Candidas.
IhisMM John Gilbert, I-M ward J.
O'Mitlmney, John Howmiii, Win. II.
Hamilton, Myron W. Whitney.
IJiirltoiies Wm, II. I.ee, Alouzo E.
Stoddard, Geo. Fox.
Conductoi s Theodore Thomas, Gus
Premieres Theodore De Gilbert, prin
cipal dancer from tho Imperial Theatre,
Moscow; Folieltii Cnrrozl and ltmolldo
Vio, from La Scala, Milan.
Secuudus Mioses Marshal, Carru,
l'alugl, and Covalli.
The chorus will number 100 voices.
The success of this company In Chi-
catio lias iieeu very great.
Tho Cull announces the arrival of
Wash. Norton and hU "Merry Makers"
In San Frauctsco, from Honolulu via
Victoria, 11. C, and adds:
"Norton proposes to take a six
months' rest. His Intention is to settle
down on some desirable location in tho
State, and make It his home. Though a
rolling-stone, ho has managed to gather
a good deal of moss, despite the old
proverb, and his bank-book shows 8-5,-000
sent from India to his credit, the re
sult of his amusing tho rajahs, uiuhara
iahs, tho begums mid nabobs of that
Tho same paper says: There will bo
a iinicli-chaiiscd nml largely-Improved
bill by tho Swciitniuif Mlulstrcls this
week at Haverly's Theater. Mr. Henry
Xoiinan, a line baritone, who arrived
here recently with Wash. Norton's
"Merry Makers" from India and every
where else, Is engaged, ami will make
his appearance to-morrow evening. The
company is strong and tho performance
John Uoglll, father of tho Cogill
Uros., who weio heio with the Hilly
Kinerson troupe, died In San Praucleco,
June 11th, aged 07.
Furnished Oillco to Let,
ANIOtLY FURNISHED OFFICE,
In a very desirable location, to let
nt $10 per month. Apply at Itoom No.
C Campbell's Block, No. 33 Merchnut
etrcet. CU lw
tH fttonAOfi or WAYttl,
Tho N'ovnda Land and OMtlo
Company l douu'intuillng the prtiu
tlenlilllly of slnilng uulur fur 1 1 liga
tion purpose. It bus Inilll u lock
dam In n inn row delllo of tho lillh
surrounding Scpinw Valley In I'lko
county, which 11114 u baiu or 2,000
acres to an iivcuigo depth nf thirl con
feet, containing about H,5()0,000,0()0
gallons, it has also constructed
during this year about twenty-eight
miles of irrigating ditches, the main
cannf having a capacity of about
25,000,000 gallons In twenty-four
hours, has a thousand acres of alfalfa
growing vigorously, besides grain
and vegetables, and is engaged In
stocl.-raislug on a. large scale. The
capacity of this reservoir is stilllcicut
to put twelve inches of water an
nually on about 20, 000 acres of
land. That might not be stillicient
artificial supply on new ground un
less assisted by a considerable rain
fall, but it has been discovered I3' the
company that on land irrigated last
season, water or moisture now stands
within a few feet of the surface,
wheio it was never before found at
less deptli than eight or ten feet,
establishing tho fact which lias been
already observed in Southern Cali
fornia'nnd the San Joaquin Valley,
that the soil once thoroughly mois
tened does not require so much sur
face water to produce crops. The
company is converting arid sago
brush-plains into grain-Holds by its
enterprise, and showing the citizens
of Nevada the way to a better pros
perity than they have enjoyed in the
past flush mining days.
The Pacific House,
Opposite) the Custom House, Is the place
to illne. It is very cool, has no tiles, Is
nicely furnltlicil, lias two private rooms,
licslilcs a largo main room with ample
nccnmmodiiiloiis for 80 or UO persons.
No Chinese Employed !
This Itestaurnnt will lie opened every
day at 2:30 a.m. until midnight, during
which time niciiN or Ic? drinks will ho
scivcd. A. JOHNSON, Proprietor.
01 m .1. McLK.VN. Manager.
HX AUSTRALIA, AT
Special Credit Sale.
Ily order of Messrs. Geo. W. Mncfar
Inne & Co., I am instructed to sell at
On TUESDAY, Juno 29tli,
at my Salesrooms, on Liberal Terms,
a large assortment of
tT Particulars la futuro ndvertlsc-
J. LYONS, Auct'r.
for Dirssmuklnir at the Ludles'
Ilnzanr, 88 Port street, at onco.
CO 2t MHS. J. LYONS, Proprietress.
Fourth of July, 1880 !
'TMIE Committee of Twenty.ono ap
JL pointed as a Quncral Committee of
Arrangements for the Fourth of July
Celebration will meet at tho Hawaiian
Hotel on WEDNESDAY EVENING,
the SUrd inht., at 8 r.M. A (nil alien,
dunce of the Committee Is requested,
J. A. IIOITEH, Chairman.
E. K. Bishop, Secretary pro tern. 00 2t
rpilE GYMNASIUM PUEMISES on
JL Foitttreet, lot C3 feet hy J()5 feet,
IJnildlng SO feet by 8-1 feet. 'Ibis Ib a
very desirable nluco 'for a prlvnto icsl.
denco or Lodglug House, and will be
sold at a reasonable llgitre. Inquire of
Treasurer Honolulu Athletic A si-win.
A MONTHLY DIVIDEND of One
Dollar per Shuro will ho paynblu
on thu Capital Stock of the People s Ice
<efrlgerntor Co. nn WEDNESDAY,
Juno Sllrcl, ut the Company's olllce.
61) !!t W. E. FOSTEH, Treasurer.
complaints have reached me of
Into from homo of my customers
that they can purchase Hawaiian. made
Soap cheaper than I have teen selling
it, 1 lit'g to statu that I have always
transacted my business In u fair and
straightforward way, charging thonimo
price to nil alike, and belling nt a
moderutu ruto; and at the same timo 1
would Inform my customers and thu
public that from and after thU dntu my
price will bo iJ7 per 100 lbs.
T. W. KAWLINS.
Honolulu Soap Works, Lcleo, Hono
lulu, June SUt. C'J
.U Jl I
lly onler ! A J. Cirtwrluhi Hr,, Hie
duly appiilnird Hnutor imil liiHtceof
the hint will iiii'l tc'oi.imiiil of Km inn
i Knlelroiiitlfltil di coord, mid under
I llretiM) of tin- Hiiii-uie Court of the
llnwnllnn l-l .ml . pining a a Court of
I Probate, wuatci ill rot led to tell ut pub.
I Ho ntii'ilim, ut our .Salesroom, In Mono.
I (lie (till Diiy of. I uly, 188(1,
at IS m. of lliMl ilny, all tin- right title
and interet of the inld A. J. (,'nrt.
wrluht, Cr., as Mich Lxccutnr nmllTrus.
tee nt iifnicsnld, mid nil the right, title
and Inlei est which the until Kmnm Ku
lrleonnlnui hud nt the time of her de
cease, of, In and In that certain piece or
parcel of laud, known ns the
situate in tho District nf Konn, Island of
Katiiil, mid containing an
Area oV 8,000 Acre
moro or less, ns described In lloynl L'ti.
tent No. -IMS, Muhelo Award 43,
at tho Upset Prico or Sum of $22,000 ;
and also that certain piece or parrel of
laud situate In Niiunnu Valley, Hono
lulu, Island of Onhu, ami known ns
and being the premises formerly occu
pied hy W. L. Green, Ksq., as a prlvnto
ISTFor further particulars, npplyjto
A. J. Cartwright. Sr., or
IS. P. ADAMS & CO.,
111 Id Auctioneers.
Hy order of .1. F. Ilnckfeld, Adminis
trator of the Eiiate of Conrad Mcuke,
deceased, wo have been directed to sell
nt public miction, at our Salesroom, in
On MONDAY, July 12th,
at lii o'clock, noon, of that dny,
If not previously disposed of,
400 Shares in the
of lltimutiln, Hawaii.
The total Capital Slock of the Uumuula
Sheep Station Co. ainouiitu to 1,000
, Shares nt the
Par Value of $ I OO each.
The Company owns the valuable sheep
riinch fiilunte on the slopes of Mnunn
ken nnd Mntimilon, known as the Hurau
uln Sheep Station; the total nrcaof land,
held under a lease fiom tho Crown Com.
mlbslnncrd for an unexpired term of
ahout 22 yearn, is 1C0.0CO acre?, more or
less, u huge part of which Is beautiful
pasture laud; there nro
About 1 8,000 Sheep
more or le.3, also a Inrge number of
Htirees nnd wild Cattle on tho lnnds.
The Share will bo sold with privilege
to take CO to 100 Shares.
Tito above Kale 13 made for the pur
pose of Bcttllng tho estate of saiu C.
Mcnkc, deceased, mid will bo without
BQr The teims of the salo are Cash.
Kor further particular!), apply to J. P.
Hackfcld, at the ofllco of Ilnckfeld &
Co., Honolulu, or
E. P. ADAMS Co.,
57 codj Auctioneers.
Uy order of J. P. Iluckichi, Esq., tho
duly nppolnted Assignee of the Bank
rapt Kitnte of T. K.CIarkoof Kipahulu,
Maui, nctiue; under authority of unor
der of the Supremo Court tinted June 8,
ISdO. wo are directed tosrll nt Public
auction, nt our Snlcsraom, In Honolulu,
On MONDAY, July 19, '80,
at 12 o'ulock, noon, of that day,
All the Right,' Title & Interest
of tins f-uid .1. P. Hackfcld as such
Assignee, of, In and to the
situate ut Kipuhulii, Maul, heretofore
hi'longiiiK to the hnld T. K. Clarke.
T.iu finlil Plantation enmprhes ill out
1000 i.t ics of Land In fee simple, nnd
ubout l.lOO acrt'H of Leased Land; there
are about 7 SCO acres uf Laud nvallnble
for cnuo cultivation; about 120 acres of
Plant Cane and about U0 acres of 1 and
2 iialtooiiH in i! now growing for tho
next crop to come oil' from, sny, Decem
ber, 18SIS, to about May, lc'87. There
132 head of Working Cattle,
2 Bulls, 27 Yearlings,
35 Covb with 27 Calves,
3 MuIcb, 10 Horses and some
on the Plantation all branded TKC, aleo
About 11 Bullock Carts,
2 Mule Carts, Plows and
other Implements & Tools
generally need on a sugar plantation.
Thu larger part nf the Cane, when har
vested, can bo convoyed to the mill by
There Is a good substantial landing
bridge, in which tho Plantation holds a
half interest. Also, a Donkey Knglno
and Incline track connected with the
The Plantation is in good running
order nnd a new crop Is being put in at
COT Tho terms of thu Balo nro CASH,
nnd the Deeds are nt the expense of the
Por all further particulars apply to
.1. P. Hack Mil, Honolulu, or to OSCAR
UNNA nt Kipahulu, Mnui.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
55 td Auctioneers.
! Z IV -
Ol nud OH
We aro plcaied to annouuee the arrival of our lmBi Uig Invoice of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Laces, Ribbon,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
nud are now otletlug unprecedented efid uuihklltd Brgln In all ourdeptrtm'U
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very One Victoria Luwn at $3 apiece, 10 yards; a very
Inrga assortment of new Spring stjles In Lawns, 4-4 llatlste, Sateens, plain
llgurtd and brocaded, white Pique and a full line of Dreis Goods, the latest out.
Lace Boucle, Undies' Tricot Cloth
in nil the now shades; 40 doz Ladies Lisle Thread Hose at 40 cents,
tho best value ever offered.
Just received, all the latest styles in Boys and Children's BultajOreat Bargalfa,
Boys Blue Plane! Bailor Bulls at $2.00 a Suit. Just received, direct from
Ladies' Men's. Misses' and Children's Shoes,
which vre offer at
W JrjyVl 103 Fort' Street, J Lj
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Received ex Australia, a Large and Elegant Stock of Misses and Children's Spring
Heel Shoes of all sizes. Also, a Splendid Stock of
Gents' and Boys'
The White House,
No. 118 Nuuanu (Street,
Private Family Hotel,
Terms Reasonable. First-Clans
MRS. J. VIERRA, Proprietress.
Ilaw'n Carriage Manf'g Co., 00 100
.0. Hall & Son, ? 73 100
Intcr.Island S. N. Co., 100 100
Bell Telephone, S3 10
Hnw'n Agricultural Co., 100 100
Wildcr's Steamship Co., 100 100
O. Brewer & Co., 100 100
Woodlnwn Dairy, 90 100
Walluku Sugar Co., 98 100
Walmnnolo, 1S5 100
Star Mill. 425 600
Reciprocity Sugar C., 80 100
L. A. THURSTOXT, Stock Brokei.
38 Merchant Street. 151 ly
30 cents per lb.;
4-lsq. for $1.
WOLFE & CO.
Crystal Soda Works
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Florida Lemonade, Aciatcd Waters of
all kinds, Fruit Syrups and Essences.
We Use Patent Stoppers
in all our Bottles.
We invito particular attention to our
Patent Filter, recently introduced, by
which all waters used in our manufac
tures is absolutely freed from all lm.
mi rlt lea.
We deliver our Goods free of charge
to all parts of the city. We guarantee
our Goods to be the best In the market.
Careful attention paid to Island Orders.
The Crystal Soda Works,
1 O. Box 897, Honolulu.
Bell Telephone : : X8
31 utnstl Telepkaae : 330
X3T Orders left with Reason. Smith
Co., No. 11 Fort Street, will receive
We. also, are Agents for the sale
of J. W. Ulagloy's
188 of his own aaaufacturt. to
A CO., Proprietor.
Boots and Shoes.
A GERMAN LADY, recommended
by Professor II. Berger, desire, to
five lessons In Piano and Slnf log 10
young Ladies and Children. Apply ai
No, 89 Lillha street.
ROOMS TO LET,
CLEAN, cool, comfortable, furnlsLed
lUoms to let, at moderate ratei. at
98 and 100 Hotel street. 681m
All Special Orders
II, Better or Greei
left at DATI8 & WILDER'S (Tle.
phone ISO) any morning
Before 11 O'olock
will be filled with reasonable
promptness by the
Woodliwn Dairy & Stock Comp'y,
41 A. L. SMITH, Sec'r. laa
A lare assortment of the
Very Latest Novelties
In this line, just received per Marl.
posa. Island orders promptly
For Sale at Bargains. V
Enquire of O. W. MACFARLANK, U
Kaahumanu street. 64 tf
Begs to Inform the Public In general
that he has received an
of Ladies', Gents' and Children's
Boots, Shoes &
In 2S-lb. Kits,
Just received by Calbarien, aad for
BARQUE " LAPWING."
NOTICE Is hsnsby given tkst tko
Master oj the barque LAPW1NQ
will -not be rttyenslble for drtdr cost,
traded by am inimber of his crv
without his written authorization.
laaui u, utLiium m vu.,
Agents for Lapwlpj.