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F1UDAY, JULY 2188gI
Stuir 0 H Blhop from llnuiiikua
Stmr Lehua fioiu Wlnduatd Ports
Sclir Eliukut from Wnlulua
Sclir Mnnuokawiii from Koolati
Sclir Wullclc for Ifuau
Sclir Maiiuokuwul fur Konlnii iit 4
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RP0W.
Stmr OK Bishop forJImiinkiiuiit-l r.
Sclir Maim for Honomit
VESSELS IH PORT.
Bk C 0 Whltmoic, Thompson
Bk Rlgl, Zopfl
Ilk Star of Devon, Mockcts
Bktnc ornliig Star, Turner
Fr seer llnmmnutu, Arniml
Brit Bk Lapwing. Do Oruchy
Huw sclir Jennie Walker, Anderson
Am bk Hope, Peiihullow
Ger selir Mary 0 Uohm, Mobcrg
Gemma bark Fursl BMnuirck.
Brunicn, due June 1-20.
Brit bk Blrninb, Jotui, fiom
gow, duo Juno 25-110.
Brit bk Isle of Erin, Nicholson, from
Liverpool, due July 15-:n.
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Boston, due August 20-31.
II 1 (531 S Bisinuvek. from Auckland,
N Z, via Samoa, duo April 20-:!0
II I G M S Gnclscnau, from Auck
land, N Z, via Samoa, due April 2O-H0.
II I G M S Olgn, froi'u Auukliiud. XZ,
via Samoa, duo April 20-HO.
Brit ship Anntna, from Liverpool, duo
Haw brig Allie Rowe, J Philip, from
Hongkong, due Juno 10-:t0.
S S City of Bio do Janeiro, from San
Funcieo, en route to Yokohama and
Hongkong, due July 8.
Am baric Aurora," from Newcastle, X
S1V, duo July 1-10.
Am bk F C Steben, from Newcastle,
NSW, duo July 20-U1.
Am bk Holdcn, from Newcastle, X S
W, due July l-20.
Am brig Salina, Blake, from San
Francisco, due at ICahului, June 20-20.
Bol bark Don Nicolas, Ross, from
Port Townseud, W T, due July 20-ai.
11 M S S Alameda (Am), H G Morse,
from tho Colonies, en route to San
Francisco, due July It.
It M S S Mararoa (Brit), James Edie,
from San Francisco, en route to the
Colonies, July 10.
Am sclir Ida Selmauer. from Eureka,
Cal, due at ICahului, July 20-I10.
A in bark Forest Queen, J C M Wind
ing, from San Francisco, due July 4-10.
Nic bk lthnijio, Howard, from De
parture Hay, B C, duo June 2."-:S0.
Am sclir Dora Bluhin, Bhilun, from
Port Town'send, duo at Kahului, July
Am sclir John G North, Mooro, from
Port Townsend, due at Mahukona, July
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Lebua :!,210 bags of sugar and 31
Stmr C It Bishop!!. 7-10 bags of sugar.
Sclir Ehukai G48 bags of paddy and 13
Sclir Manuokawai 803 bagof rice.
The O O Whitmoro will load for San
The steamer C 11 Bishop sails to
morrow afternoon at 1 o'clock.
The steamer Lehua nails on Tuesday.
LOCAL & CEHERAL NEWS.
Music at the Yosoniito rink this
Tin-: Ilonomu mill has shut down
for a few week's for repairs.
Bice is being extensively planted
throughout Ivoolau district.
Mh. L. J. Levey sells fireworks, new
and just arrived, at 12 noon to-morrow.
Tim Laio Mill, Koolau, has receiv
ed its new smoke stack, and is now
The Hawaii and Honolulu baseball
clubs will play to-morrow afternoon
The S. S. Alameda, from San Fran
cisco en route for the Colonies, is duo
SAUEU-KltAUT and FltANKFUKTEIl
Sausage at tho Commeicial Billiard
Parlors on Saturday evening. (9 2t
Wiu.iajis' bashful boys assembled
nt tho Yoseinito rjnk last ovoning, to
jecoivo further instructions in danc
ing. . . .
The respective pursers of tho
steamers Loliua and C. It. Bishop re
port fair weather and u smooth bea to
Some valuable real' estate, situato
nt Waikane, ICooUtupuko, will bo sold
by Mr. J. Lypns at 12 o'clock to-morrow,
at his snlesiooin.
A half-white hid, named Harry
Williams, at Sam Song Go.'s works
on Bethel street, hud a linger taken
oil' yesterday by a circular saw.
The steamer Lehua touched tho
reef at Kanialo Point, Molokai, last
Saturday morning. She was examin
ed by divers, and found to bo only a
The people of Honokmi, Hawaii,
will celebrate tho 4 of July to-moi-row.
A piogrammo of target shoot
ing, Japanese wrehtling, and firo
works has been arranged for tho
Tms afternoon, in tho Legislature,
Bop. Kuulukou withdrew a statement
made befoio rcci'Mi and denied by
Noblo Bishop, that Bishop's Bank
charged the former Government uiuu
percent for a loan.
Tin: stowtird of ono of tho Island
steamers bays that a Hying iish being
uhascd by a dolphin the other day
How onto tho steamer's deck, but had
baldly touched the planks when tho
dolphin eamo pvur ono side, picked
up tho Hying iltJ), njiil di6iippeiued
over Urn, other tide,
T nj ffoiuth of July Commtttflo
hnvo A! ranged for n day of retil
pleasure and enjo; niont on Monday
next, as is evident Loin tlio excellent
proguimmo in nnotlicrcolumu. One
plenums font me, deserving of special
notice, ia that no distinction of sect
or nationality will be made. All an
Tin; Kapiolaut hath house, near
the Mniiia Railway, is becoming
popular as a bathing lesoil. The
place is nicely fitted for the accom
modation of visitors. Theio is n, hitt
ing room and balcony for those who
don't eaie to swim, while for the
bnthera thole nie bathing rooms,
bullring suits and towels, furnished
them, and u splendid place to swim
is at hand. Ladies and children uro
waited upon by Mrs. Molteno.
Pr.nso.vs wlio drink the mixtures of
moistened mud, at times (lowing
through the city water pipes, would
find it good for sore eyes to look into
the Giystal Soda Works establish
ment and see what really pure clean
water is. It is refreshing to look at
the liquid element nfter it passes
through their magnificent filter and
purifier. This pieee of apparatus
certainly does its work in a thorough
Talk about "Bill Nye's" mule,
Kentucky Jack, or other celebrated
kickers, they can't hold n candle to
AVilder & Co.'s mule. This mule
gnvo n free exhibition of his nature
on Queen sticet this noon, lie kicked
with both hind legs with such velo
city that tho concussion of tho air
was suiliciont to knock a man down.
While tho mule continued kicking
(3 to a second) the driver played
Yankee Doodle with a black-snake.
No lives lost.
Prettiest 4th of July Badges
at C. J. McCarthv's cigar
" OS 2t.
Americans will lind Handsomest
and Prettiest Badges for July 4th, for
sale at .1. M. Oat Jr., & Co.'s. 08 2t
Kaimolaxi Bath House, the only
resort in tho city. All kinds of buth
PiCTUliE Frames and Cornices
made to order, old Frames repaired,
rcgilded, etc. King Bros'. Art Store.
HuKiiAiil for the Glorious Fourth
of July! Send in your oidera for Ice
Cream, Cakes and Candies, to the
Elite Ice Cieam Parlors. 08
Da. Flint's Heart Uemedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
Patkonizi: Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Maiiufactuier, at the Crystal Soda
Works, wheie he is prepared to fill all
oiricrs at tho lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders golieited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget tho
nunie.LW. Hingley, nor the place
Crybtal'Soda Works, Hotel street.
.MEETING OF ItEl'llESENTATIVES.
The meeting of the Board of Re
presentatives of Honolulu Fire De
partment was held last night in the
hall of Engine Co. No. 2. The
assembly was called to order by
ex-Chief Engineer Mr. John Nott.
After the roll call the minutes of the
previous lneetiner were read and
accepted. Communications concern
ing the election of delegates from
companies 2 and 5 and the Pacific
Hose were read. Messrs. Morgan
and Ryan from Co. No. 2, and Mr.
C. K. Miller from the Pacific Hose
Co., were received as members of
the Board, while the election of
Ahphart as.delcgatc from Co. No. 5,
was declared null and void, on ac
count of its unconstitutionality. A
communication rotn Mr. Frank May,
(suspended from the lire companies
for improper conduct) asking for
permission to join a company", was
read, and it was voted that he be
allowcri.to join any lire company.
Report of Secretary and Treas
urer for tho year ending Juno 30th,
was the next in older. Total amount
of cash received, including "balance
from last report $2,7!).51, total
paid out S2, 1110.00, leaving a balance
on hand of 84 18. '.11. Received from
fines for non-attendance 19; for
interest on money loaned on good
security $297; net receipts from
Fryer's circus benefit 8)120.40; sale
of condemned hose $G7 ; sale of old
iron 83C.40; received from Mr.
McGuirc for the Firemen's monu
ment S782; donations from recep
tion committee S'J.25; and a number
of minor items.
Tho report of Firo Marshal was
then taken up. Thirteen fires occurcd
within tho year ending June 30,
seven of which were still alarms.
Total Joss of property in the 13 fires
is estimated at Sl,700,000 ; insurance
Tho report of the committee on
the election was read and placed on
file. Seven hundred and fifty dol
lars was reported as having been
collected for the relief of tlio desti
tute fiicmen, which with the 8500
voted by tlio Board, will make
81,250 for that puipose. Eight hun
dred tuld eight dollars have been
raised on tho subscription list for
the Firemen's Monument.
The iiiblnllation of the newly
elected engineers occurred at about
8:15 o'clock. They wore intro
duced to tjio assembly by tho retir
ing chief, and the trumpets and
hftdjjoB two trsntfsrrou. The n'w
Chief Engineer, Mr. C. B. Wilson,
mndo a speech, snj'ingtliat ho hoped
every effort would bo made to carry
out the object of the department.
Although ho was n member of En
gine Gil. No. 1, lie was not there as
chief for the benefit of any one com
pany, but for the good of nil tho
companies, and he .expected their
support. First Assistant Mr. Aseh,
and Second Assistant Mr. Frank
llttstncc, then made speeches of
thanks. 11 was voted that words of
gratitude be engrossed, framed, and
presented to the retiring Chief for
his services. Mr. Nott made an
able speech, which was received with
cheers. Mr. Henry Smith was re
elected Secretary and Treasurer of
the Honolulu Firo Department by
acclamation. Speech and applause.
Mr. Hcrrick and Jas. McGuirc were
nominated for the position of Fire
Marshal. A judge and tellers were
appoiuted by the chair, and votes
were cast. Mr. McGuirc received
11 and Mr. Hcrrick 0. Speeches.
After considerable talk about the
duty of the Pacific Hose Co. at a
fire, the meeting adjourned.
Hy request, Mr. Locke Richardson
will recite "Othello" in the great
drawing room of the Royal Ha
waiian Hotel, this Friday evening,
at 8 o'clock. The dining room at
tho Hotel is a large and airy apart
ment, and will accommodate a great
many people. Tickets of admission
may bo hud tit the Hotel, 1 each.
A GREAT MONUMENT.
M. Eiffel, a French architect, pro
poses to immorlali.o the Paris Ex
hibition of 188!) in an iron tower of
the height of 98 1 feet. The struc
ture will leave the ground in the
form of an immense arch, on the
summit of which will be a "halo inu
kope a nic ki," that is to say, a
restaurant, where climbers, at the
air' height of 228 feet, will have
the chance to rest and refresh them
selves. The cafe is over-spanned
by "another arch, and from the sum
mit of the whole structure powerful
electric lights will irradiate the sky
and the earth. The cost will be a
matter of only a million dollars or
thereabout, one half of which the
architect himself will raise if the
government will provide the rest
and allow him the profits during the
continuance of the Exhibition. It
is worth considering whither it
would not be a judicious expendi
ture of the public moneys of this
kingdom to erect some such monu
ment by which the "retrenchment"
policy of the present legislature
might be remembered forever, or at
least for ages after the salaried
figure heads and the useless military
pageants of these years shall have
passed into oblivion. A fine steel
engraving of the projected structure
appears in Harper's "Weekly of May
THE NAKED TRUTH.
The Idaho JJemocrat publishes
the advertisement which we reprint
below. On first reading it we judged
it to be either a hoax or a temper
ance agitator's ingenious attempt to
produce a temperance sensation.
But, sending for information to a
subscriber of the Christian Union
J at Boise City, where this advertise
ment appears, we are assured that
it is a genuine advertisement of a
genuine liquor saloon. There is a
mystery about this "naked truth"
advertisement which we do not pre
tend to solve. But it certainly is
the truth unadorned. This is, we
believe, the first case in which the
Christian Union has ever published
an advertisement on its editorial
pages. And this one is published
NAKED TUUTII SALOON
Jas. N. Lawrence, - I'uiprletor.
AdverthtMfii! of an
as it S,'i
FniE.Ni anii Xniiiiinoits: Having
j 1 1 t opened a commodious Fliiip for tho
ale 01 Liquid l'lie, I "uniliri'i-o tills op
portunity of informing you that 1 have
commenced tho Im-linx of making
JJnml.irils, J'uiytrs will JSrggiirs
for tho Holier, Industrious and respect
able portion of the community to Mip
port, I hhull ileal In Family Sphlts,
which will iuclto men to devils of riot,
robbery and blood, and by so doing
(lliulnl.-h thueouifoit, augment tho ex
penses, and endanger the welfare of the
I will undertake, at short notice, for
a small sum, and wlih gioat expecta
tions, to prcpaio victims for tho Asy
lum, l'oor Farm, Pi lsons and Gallows.
I will lui'iiMi mi nitlele whlc'i will
iucicase fatal accidents, multiply the
number of distuning difeas-cs, mid ren
der those which aio harmless incurable.
I will deal In dings which will de
prive tome of Life, many of Reason,
most of Piopciiy, and all of Peace,
which will cause fathcis to become
Bundst, and wives widows, children
orphans, and all mendicants.
1 will cause many of tho rMng gene
ration to grow up In Ignorance, and
piovo a burden and nuisance to the
CSy I will caiiso mothers to forget
their offspilng, and cruelly tnko tho
place of love.
I will sometime even corrupt the
Sllnlsteis of religion; obstruct thopio
gie3 of the Uotpcl; delllo tho purity of
the church, n'ld catbo lompoial, sphl
tunl mid clciuul death; and If any
should he so Impertinent as to ask why
I have the audacity to bring such accu
mulated mli-oiy upon tlio people, my
houeslieply U, 'MONKi!" The sphit
liiitlu is lueratlw), and sumo piofes-lug
Christians give It their cheerful coun
teiiaucu. 1 hnvo u license, and If I do not bring
thc-o evils upon you boiuebody eUo
'.. :t .- J -'Mtf 3
Ihtvo purohnied tha light to dftrno
llih the character, deploy tho hcnltb.
shot ten tlio lives, and ruin tho souls of
those who ehoo'o to honor me with
their custom. 1 pledge myself to do all
I have herein promised. Those who
wish any ot tlio cvll above specified
brought upon themselves or their
dearest friends are requested to meet
nie at my Bar, where 1 will for a few
ccnt furnish them with the" certain
monni of so doing.
February 21th, 1SS0.
NOTICE ol" 31EETJXG.
rpilK quarterly Meeting of O. Brewer
JL ii Co , Limited, will be held nt the.
olMco of the Company on Queen sticit,
011 FRIDAY, the lith mstnnt, at 10
o'clock, a.m. .1.0. CARTER,
Secretary is. Brcwor & Company.
Fourth of July
Order of Exercises
For celebrating the 110th Anniversary
of Aiueiieau Independence In
Bi louflay, July 5, 1886.
will take place in the
Central Park Skating Rink,
on the corner of Punchbowl and Here
taula streets, from 10 to 12 o'clock,
a.m., and will consist of
Music Koyal Hawaiian Band
Prayer Rev. K. C. Oggel
Patriotic Song "America. '
His Ex. Geo. W. Merrill
Music Koyal Hawaiian Band
Reading Declaration of Independence..
K. Jay Greene, Esq.
"Glory, Glory, Hallelujah."'
Oration Rev. J. A. Cru.aii
Music Royal Hawaiian Band
Patriotic Song.. "Star SpanglcdBauncr"
Programmes will be bunded to each
person at the door, and the public of
Honolulu, without distinction of sect or
nationality, are cordially invited to bo
A National Salute
of thirty-nine guns, ono for every State
in the American Union, will be tired at
12 o'clock noon from the Shore Battery.
will take place at tho Makiki Baseball
Ground from 2 to S o'clock, r.ji., and
will consist of the follow ing programme :
Free for all 1T0 yards. First prize,
55; second prize, 2.iO.
For boys from Ki to 20 years 100
vards. First prize, .$."; second prize,
For boys from 12 to 10 years of age
100 yards. First prize, fu; second
For boys under 12 years 100 yards.
First prize, $5; second prize, $2.50.
r0 yards. First prize, 83; second
RUNNING HIGH JUMP,
PUTTING HEAVY WEIGHT,
First prize, $; second prize, 82.50.
Prize, captor to take the Pig.
Prize, the trophies.
All arrangements and entries to be
made on the grounds with the commit
tee. All young people of Honolulu are
particularly invited to attend.
A grand display of I'Irewoiks will
take place at 8 o'clock i',M. from a
barge aiichoied off the wharves at the
fool of Foit street. It Is Intended to
have a creditable display of I'Irewoiks,
and it is hoped thaMlic place will give
a good view to the juvenile community
of Honolulu. All mo invited to be pre
sent. A Grand Ball
will be given at the Hawaiian Oiiern
House, lion. Geo. V. Merrill and lady
will receive, assisted by U. S. Consul
Putnam and daughter, and Vico-Cousul
F. P. Hastings and lady. A largo lint
of invitations are out, and n general
good time ls-anticlpated.
G!)2t THE COilMITTKK.
1776 -JULY- 1
Grand Illumination .
AT GOO KIMS,
Cor. Wand Hotel Steels,
Saturday & Monday Evenings,
July i'nl and nth,
From 7 m 10 P. 1.
QjStl OEO.B.l'RAOOOlC, Manager.
rpiIE uudcrbigiicd, having this diiv
X leased to GEO1I0U C'AVANAGH,
of Honolulu, the Honolulu Htcnm Latin,
diy, notice Is hereby given that the said
George Cuutungh alone is lespousiblo
for ail debts contracted by the said
George Oaviuuigh for the said Laundry
frrjm unit after (his dntu.
W. 0, 1'ARIvi:.
Assignee of J, F. McLaughlin,
Honolulu, June 17,1880, CO
i ' JSJL .
i, IsfciSSj fcMBki u -
I77P "nc" iQQD
If 10. -$t3r B00U.
Crystal Uk forte
Ginger Ale. Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lomcniulo, S-irsapnrilln,
Fruit Syrups and Essences and
innde from the pure Apple, all of which
we guarantee to lie the best.
tfflr Wo iilsn invite parties intending
starting stores for the sale of iced
drinks and wishing loiintain supplies,
to call on us before going elsewhere.
Tie Crystal Sofia Works,
I'. O. llox Jlltt, Honnlulii.
Kvcr issued in the Hawaiian
A Complete Record
with verbatim Kcports of Speeches
OF 1 SiSS,
will be issued from the
At tlio close of the Session, and will
consist or the reports published
from day to day in the Bui.i.u
tix, with corrections, where neces
sary. Tlio Bui.i.r.Titf Reports are
STRICTLY IMPARTIAL and arc
THE ONLY PHONOGRAPHIC
which have been taken.
Jl6 The Edition will he limited,
and orders should be sent to the
Buu.irriN Oillce without delay. All
orders received in time will be filled
as soon as the book is published.
Great Excitement in Wales
about a Fslarvellous Cure.
laving Six Year.sWitliout
l;Uiii Lo J Jed.
Mr, Kuiion: While spending a few
days at tho pleasant seaside town of
Aberybtwlth, Cmdigiinshirc, Wales, 1
heard related what seemed to me either
n fabulous atory or a marvellous cuic.
The story was that a poor sullercr who
had not been ablu lo lie down in bed for
six louir years, given up to dio by all tho
Doctors, hud been speedily cured by
some Patent Medicine. It was telated
with Hie more implicit couliilcncu from
the chcumstance, as was said, that the
Vicar of Llanryslyd was familiar with
the facts, and could vouch for the truth
of the icpoit.
Having n littlo curiosity to know how
such Hoiks crow in liaolling, I took
tho Hbcity while nt the villagu of Llun.
ryttyd to call upon the Vicar, tho Ilev.
T JSiniig, and to cniruliu about this
womleriul cine. Though a total stran
ger to him, both he uud his wife most
gr.icioiuly enteitihud mu in a half
liour'flconvei union, pi incipally touching
tho ca-'o of Mr. Pugh, in which they
seemed to take a deep ami sympathetic
interest, having been fituiiliur with his
siillerings, and now lejoiecil in what
seem 'tl lothem a most leuiarkableciiru.
'Hie Vicar remarked thathepiosuuied
his name had been connected with the
repoit it om his having mentioned the
catc to Mr. John Thomas, a ehomist of
Llamui. He sulci .Mr. I'ugh was former,
ly a icshleutof their parish, but was now
living in the p.m-h ot Llaiidilcinol.
He strongly lounhcd Mr. Win. Pugh's
chanioler a- a re-pe.ctaMu fanner and
woithy of cmlii. 1 loft tho venerahlu
Vicar willi a llw ier sons-o of thu happy
relation of u pa-ior and people, feuling
that iio uis one who tuily sympathised
with nil who are alllicUd inuiiud, body,
On my letiirn to AhcryHtwith, I was
impreserd with a deshu to see Mr, I'ueli,
whosu reputation stood so high. His
fnnn in called Paneoin.Muwr, signifying
"nliovo tlio dingle," situated near tlio
summit of a smooth round hill, over,
looking n beautiful valley In which is
situated tho lovely lvyiimntlcd Church
of Ijlaiiddeiuol. I louud Mr. Pugh,
apparently about 40 years old, of nicdlum
height, lather slight, with a pleasant and
intelligent face. 1 told him I had heard
of his gieal alllictiou aid of Ids muark.
ahiu and almost niiiaciilous relief, ami
that 1 had comu to leuru fiom his own
lips, what thcip was of tiulh in there.
.Mr, Pugh irmarkrd that his neigh
bors hud lukuii a kindly uud symp
athetic Intel (.a lu his rase for many
ycaiv, bm uf lati Uielr Interest had hem
gieutiy awakened by a happy change lu
his cnmtlthni. What you icparl as hav.
ing laurd abroad, Htid he, is substant
ially into, iih one u.uicptlon, 1 never
iindurstood that my case was ever given
up as hopeless by any Physician, 1
have bacii treated by beveral Doctors
lleiuahuuU, us good us any In Wales, but
unfortunately no proicwpilou of theirs
ever biought the dciircd relief.
1 1 A I II R I
Ol una !J
Wo are pleased to announce tho arrival of our immense lntgo Involcc'of
Dry Goods, Fancy G-ootls, Laces, Ita,
Clothing and G-ent's Furnishing G-oods,
and are now ofleilng uupicridentid mid uiulMil'o I Baiiiiiit m Mil i.ut dcpaitiu'ts
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very fine Victoria Lawn nt $2 aplcre, 10 jards; a very
Inrgo assortment of new Spring stylos in Lawns, 4-4 Batiste, Sateens, plulii
figured and brocaded, white Pique and a full line of Drcis Urcds, lite latest out.
Lace Konole, Ladies' TTvicot Olotli
In all the now shades; 40 dos Ladles Lisle Thread lime at 40 cents,
the best value ever olu, red.
Just received, all the latest stylesjin Boysond Children's Suits; Great Bargains,
Boys llluc Planel Sailor Suits at $2.50 a Suit. Just received, direct from
ulics', Men's, Missus'
which wc otl'cr at
MONEY TO LOAN.
IN amounts of 100 and upwards.
Good security required. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOOtt.
05tf 42 Merchant street, Honolulu
The Grand Work Finished.
Gen. Grant's Memoirs.
Both volumes arc ready for delivery.
The press all over the world speak in
admirable terms of the books. Send
in your name to the undersigned and
secure a set.
Prices of the two volumes (complete
Set) are as follows:
In line cloth binding, plain edges
$9.00 per set
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style, marbled edges. ..if 11 00 per set
In fine half morocco binding, mar
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In full Turkey morrocco, beveled
boards, full gilt back and
edges S'JO.OO per set
In three calf $27.00 per set
J K. WISEMAN, General Business
Agent of Honolulu, is our authorized
Agent on the Hawaiian Islands. GG 1m
Trustee's Sale !
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By order of A. J. Cartwright, Sr., tho
duly appointed Executor and Trustee of
the hint will and testament of Emma
Ivalcleonalani, deceased, and under
license of the Supreme Court of the
Hawaiian Islands, sitting as a Court of
Probate, we uie directed to sell at pub
lic auction, at our Salesroom, in Hono
tho Gth Day or July, 1886,
nt 12 m. of that day, all the right, title
and interest of the said A. J. Cart
wright, Br., as such Executor and Trus
tee as aforesaid, and all the right, title
and interest which the said Emma Ka
lclconahinl had nt the time of her de
cease, of, in mid to that certain piece or
parcel of land, known us the
situato in the District of Kona, Island of
Kauai, and containing an
Area of tt.OOft Acrcx,
moro or lo, as described in Royal Pa
lent No. 4512, Mahelc Award 4a,
at tho Upset Price or Sum of $22,000;
and also that certain piece or parcel of
land situate in Nuuiiuu Valley, Hono
lulu, Island of Onhu, uud known as
and being the premises formerly occu
pied by W. L, Grccti, Ksip, u's a private
E3T For further particulars, apply to
A. J. Cartwright, Sr., or
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
40 td Auctioneers.
AH complaints have reached mo of
lute from sonio of my customers
that they cuu purehuso Hawaiian. ninth)
Soap cheaper than I have been selling
it, I beg to state that I have always
transacted my business In a fair and
straightforward way, charging the sumo
price to all alike, and selling at a
moderate rate; and at the samo time I
would inform my customers and the
public that from und after this date my
price will he $7 per 100 lbs.
T. W. RAWLINS.
Honolulu Boap Works, Leleo, Hono
lulu, June 21st. 1)9
-I MAONBALK & URHAN No. 12 Safe
X in good order. Cost, 2 years ago,
new, $1100, Sell for $130 cash. 1 Up.
light "Horde" Piano in good order.
Cos,!, when now, $U50. Will sell for
$250; guaranteed, Apply at ouco.
J. E. WISEMAN,
052w General Hueincss Agent.
rpiIE GYMNASIUM PREMISES on
X Foil street, lot 68 feet by 105 feet,
Building IIO leet by 84 feet. 'Ibis Is a
very deairablu place for a private resi.
ilnico or Lodging House, and will be
sold at a reusouahlu figure. Impiiro of
Treasurer Honolulu Athletic Assocla.
t Ion. CO 1 in
A FIRST-CLASS ASSISTANT -MILLINER
I'OPULAK MILLINERY HOUSi;,
67 tf N. S. Saclnt, Proprietor,
ami Children's Shoes,
& CO., Proprietors.
Hy order of .1. F ITankfOld, Adminis
liator of ihclvuU" uf Coinod Menke.
deceased, we have brcn directed to sell
at public auction, at our Salesroom, in
On MONDAY, July lath,
ul l'J o'clock, noon, of that day,
if not picviou ly disposed ol,
400 Shares in the
L. M r -4- Ail I 'r
of Huimiuhi. Hawaii.
The total Capital Slock of the lluniuuhi
Sheep Station Co. amounts lo 1,00(1
Slimes at the
Par Value of S 1 00 each..
The Company owns the valuable sheep
ranch situate on the slopes of Mauna
kca and Maunaloa, known as the Hiiiuu
ula Sheep Station; tho total area of land,
held under a lease from the Crown Com
missioners for an unrxpiu'd teini of
about 22 years, is lCO.Ot-O ncruj, mote or
less, a large part of whiHi is beautiful
pasture land; there are
moro or less, aKo a large mini her of
Hordes and wild Cattle on the hinds.
Tho Shares will be Hold with privilege
to take SO to 400 Shares.
Tho above side 'u made for the pur
pose of sealing the estato of said C.
Menke, deceased, and will be without
CSy Thu teims of tho sale are Cash.
Kor lurther particulars, apply to J F.
Backfeld, at the oftleo of Hackfcld &,
Co, Honolulu, or
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
Hy order of J. F. Hackfeld, F.hj., tho
duly appointed Asslrncof tho Bank
rupt Estate of T. K. Clarke of Klimhulu,
Maul, acting under authority of an or
der of the bupieni" Court daUd Jene 8,
1880, we are directed to sell at Public
auction, at our Salesroom, in Honolulu,
On MONDAY, July 11), 'SG,
nt 12 o'ulock, noon, of that day,
All the Right, Title & interest
of the said J. F. Hackfeld as such
Assignee, of, in and to the
Sugar - Plantation,
situate at ICipahulu, Maui, hcreloforu
belonging to tho s.iid '1'. K. Clarke.
Tho said Planu.tinn coini rhes id out
1000 acres of Land In Ice simple, and
about 1500 acres or Leased Land ; there
arc about 7 8L0 aeits of Land availulilo
for cauu cultivation; about 120 acres of
Plant Cane and abniit 110 ncrt? of 1 and
2 Ruitoons are now giouiiig fin tho
next crop to come oil' from, i-uv. Decern,
bei, lbPO, to iiioul Slay, lit7. TJieiu
132 head of Working Cattle,
2 Bulls, 27 YaarlhigB,
35 Cows with 27 Calves,
3 Mules, 10 Horsca nud some
on the IMautiitloiiuIl buindedTlvC, also
About 11 Bullock Carts,
2 Mule Carta, Plows and.
other Implements & Tools
generally titeil on a sugar plantation.
The linger pint of the Cuuo.Mhcn hit in
vested, cun bo convoyed to the mill by
There Is a good substantial lauding
bridge, in which the Plantation holds a
half Interest. Also, a Houkcy Engine
and incline track connected with tho
Tho Plantation U lu good running
order and a new crop is buing put in at
EOT Tlio terms of the Salo aru CASH,
ami the Deeds are at tho expense of tho
For all foil her particulars apply tt
J. F. Hackftld. Honolulu, or tu OSCAR
UNNA nt Klpahulu, Maui.
E. V. ADAMS & CO., .
ItOOMS TO LET,
CU.EAN, cool, comfortable, furnlbhed
-' Rooms to let, ut modotnto ratis, at
S$ and 100 Hotel btroet, 53 liu