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SATURDAY, JULY 3,"l88G.
T , ARRIVALS.
St'nr Klnnu from Windward Pott
Stmr Llkcliko from Kn'iulul
, , DEPARTURES.
Stmr C It BIhopforHamakunat I i m.
Schr Mnn.i for Hoiiointi
Stmr Klnnu for Whiilwnid Polls
Stmr Llkollku for Kahulul
Stmr Lchusi for Windward Poito
For Windward Poil, per WGllall,
July a llev W 0 Merilti, liuv J Jl
Alexander, Hon S 11 Dole, E F Hopkc,
WH Ciimniings, E Hutchinson, WE
Mow ell, Mrs Cornwcll, Mitler Tlitttm
imtl 0 deck.
From Wlndwnid Poil, per Klnnu,
July 3-E L Gullok, Miss M A Cliam
boilatn, W W Hull, Jtcv A O Forbo, X
Kauhauo. W 11 Olcon, I, Akninu, J M
Lldgate, Capt J Mo, J K S Kvuncis
ley. J E Mile, J L HluWlell, Mrs E M
Huokano, Miss Kapela, J W Glrvln, W
Y Horner, Aehlu, A Eplnda and 100
From Kaliiilul and by poit-, per Like
like, July tlCnpt T Claiko, Mr Dunn,
Col Clans Spreekcl, E Hoffman, K 11
llalley, MUs Shnltuck, Miss A llanapl,
A Young, W H Johnston, tl Chinese
and 8G deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND' PORTS.
Stmr K I mm 3,431 bags of sugar, 130
sheep, (1 hoisos. 23 hides and 11)0
Stmr Llkellkc 2,443 bags of sugar.
Xo vesels leaving on Monday.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mr. S. M. Carter is sick abed.
Mnssns. J. M. Oat Cc.'s window is
beautiful with Fotu'tli of July badges
in silks and satins.
Tin: exhibition of file-works Mon
day evening will take place- oil" the O.
S. S. Co.'s wliau.
Alt. tho company engineers of the
fire department iu-e weaving iinifoim
caps of neat design.
, . .
The S.S. A'ameda, from tho Colo
nies for San Fr.meihco, may be big
nailed at any moment.
A oosri:L temperance meeting will
be held in Fowler's yard this evening,
commencing at 7 :30 o'clock.
Tin; couielions registered in the
Police Court to-day, arc Kaaua and
Lcinuki, $6 each for drunkenness.
The giand illumination at Goo
Kim's, corner of Fot and Hotel
bU'oets, begins at 7 o'clock this even
A MKETiiro of the Honolulu Typo
graphical Union No. 37, is announced
for 7 :30 this evening, at the Sailor's
. . .
Mn. L. J. Levey holds a special
auction sa'c of dry goods, groceries,
etc., on Tuesday the Gtli, at 10
o'clock A. M.
Hon. Paul Neumann, cx-Attorncy-Gineial,
has taken the office lately
occupied by Justice. Bickertou, on
Tun Rev. ami Mrs. Oggcl will go
on a vacr.t'on next Tucbday by the
Finau. Tncy will be the guests of
Mrs. Corn wo' 1 at "Waikapu, Maui.
A LF.TTsn. from Mi. J. 11. Maby, of
tho Volcaiio House, dated June 28,
states that the crate has become one
lake of boiling lava that surges from
side to bide.
The Buxmitix will celebrate tho
Fourth of July on Monday, accord
ing to its usual custom, by keeping
holiday, and allowing all hands to
enjoy the fun.
"Othello" was recited in masterly
btylo, at tho Hawaiian Hotel, last
evening to a highly appreciative audi
ence ol home 80 people, by Mr. Locke
Mu. Jas. Dotld leaves by tho steam
ship Ala neda, duo to-day, for San
FrancLco. Ho wph temUued a iccep
tion at Wair.iki yclpdtiy, by tho
There will bo a grand go-as-you-pleiiBe
jaco at tho Yoscmito rink
Monday night. Tho contestants will
bo at liberty to push thefr opponents
out of tho way "whenever a chance is
Mr. J. S. Webb of the Foreign
Oilico was serenaded at his residence,
Queen stieet, last evening, by a party
of tho band boys, who played on
stiingcd instruments and sung until
after 10 o'clock.
OrriCEits Hopkins and Good, while
searching for hidden treasures in
their levenuo cultor yesterday after
noon, capsized opposite tho Myrtle
boat house, and had tho plcasuio of
. . i
0. HuBTAor. is boiling a beautiful,
licit quality of homo made cieam
candy, manufactured by a young
lady of the llediol Union Congrega
tion, as a coil, i'jution to the now
Chinch Build' lg Fund. Price 50
cents per pou.ul.
A Pop.TunuiM: boy mimed .loo had
the first two Mngi'ift of his leit hand
crushed b) falling tinibei, wliilo
woiking at tho Enu'ipiibU Mill yes
teiday. D. Mctliow diobed the in
jured hand, and it is fcaied that one
if not both the c ibhed fingers will
liavo to bo amputated.
The Hawaiian "Jtiilu Absoc' .lion's
becoud semi-annual target shooting
contest ocCjUrs on Monday July 5th,
on King street, opposito tho Govo.n
mont Nursery. A programme of six
mntohea has been arranged, some of
which are open to all marksmen.
Tho first match for the Oovcuor'a
cup begins at 10 o'clock.
K. P. Adams it Co. will kU at auc
tion without reserve on Tuesday, July
(il'i, at 12 noon, an oil painting by
Jules Viivi n'ur, depicting a moun
tain to o.it of lava (in the year 1881)
Mowing (mm Mr.una Loain itscom.-o
lowaids tho (then dreaded) destitu
tion of I Iilt. At t'no biune time will
bo sold a fine model ship by C. Lor
sen. On Tuesday next, tho 2Gth of July,
Messrs. E. P. Adams it Co. will sell
tho Ahupuna of Lawai, Kauai, con
sisting of 11,000 acres, tho upset pi ice
being $22,000. Also tho land pie
miso.s formeily occupied by Mr. W.
L. (Si ecu, in Niiuanu Valley, and
known as llanaikaiiinlamii. The sale
will coninicncu nt 12 noon, at tho
salesroom, Queen stieet.
Mn. F. II. Haybelden, tax-assessor
for tho disliict of Honolulu, notifies
tax-payers that he will bo in his olllco
in the new building at the rear of
Aliiolani Halo, on Monday, Tliuis
day, and Saturday, of each week dur
ing the present mouth, between the
hours of 8 and 12 A. M., for the pur
pose of receiving teturns of all per
sons liable to taxation in this district.
Monday, July 12, the steamer
Kinau will leave for tho Volcano.
On Ti'csday, July 13, the steamer
Likeliko will sail for Kahtilui and
II nun. On Monday, July 19, the
Likolike will sail fo.- Kahului, liana,
Mahukona, Kawaihae, Laupahochoo
and Hilo, anil iclurniug will touch
at tho samu port. On tho last men
tioned date the Kinau will go on the
At tho meeting of Polynesian En
campment, No. 1, I. O. O. F., last
evening, Mr. W. E. Foster, Dist.
Deputy Giand Sire, installed the fol
lowing officers: R. 11. Graham, C.
P.; W. O. Atwater, S. "W.; J. C.
Fishel, H. P. ; J. A. Palmer, Scribe,
le-eleoted; J. J. Leckoo, Treasurer,
re-clccicd. The Deputy G.-and Sire
was assibt"J by W. C. Rowe, L. C.
Abies and J. Eini.ielulh, P. C. P.'s.
Mn. Chas. Moltcno's little gill,
about 4 yeais old, fell into the water
about 4 feet deep, at the Kapiolani
bath-house, yesie day afternoon. No
one baw lier fall, and it was not
known exactly how long she had been
theie. She was discovered by her
older sister, when at tho very door of
death. Mr. Molteno on heating tjio
cry of his oldest child ran out, and
rescued tho diowning infant just in
the nick of time.
Kapiolani Bath House, the only
resort in the city. All kinds of bath
ing appaiatus. lw
Sauer-Kuaut and Fkankfurteu
Sausage at the Commercial Billiard
Pallors on Satin day evening. G'J 2t
Picture Frames and Cornices
made to order, old Frames repaired,
regilded, etc. King Bros'. Art Store.
Hurrah 1 for tho Glorious Fourth
of July ! Send in your orders for Ice
Cream, Cakes and Candies, to the
Elite Ice Cream Parlors. G8
Dr. Flint's Heart Remedy 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 it
Co., Agents. 35 1
Patronize Home Industry by buy
ing cigais of J. W. Hingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and piomptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to'
the fact'no license is required" to
sell thesb cigars. Do not forget tho
name J. W. Hingloy, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel bticot.
HAWAIIAN MINES ABROAD.
A meeting of the Honolulu stock
liohlcis of tho Gold Hill Mining
Company, Ea':er county, Oregon,
was held this week. At the meeting
Mr. A. " G. El'is proposed to the
pnriics interested that, as owing to
illness he was unable to devote his
cuiiio time to their interest dining
the open season of 188."), ho would
transfer to Mr. Cartw right, for their
beneiit, all his personal interest in
locations made, rc'.ainiug nothing
for himself. lie also staled that in
connection with Poillaml parlies he
lias purchased seven mining claims
located on the same mountain as
thoscjof the Honolulu company, on
which about 8S,000 of work has
been completed, and a company
organised on the piopcrly, which in
cludes mill site nntl water power.
Mr. Ellis Ycrbally agreed to trans
fer to Honolulu parlies an interest
in tho above pioperties when the
valiie shall bo undoubtedly establish
ed. Mr. Cartwright read a letter from
Mr. "W. W. Adams stating that on
the propei ly located for. the Hono
lulu peoplo there was value enough
already in sight of gold and silver
ore, to more than reimburse all In
terested for their outlay. The pro
position made by Mr. Ellis was
accepted. No sale of the Honolulu
interest is contemplated until fur
ther development by Mr. Ellis et
al, who shall demonstrate the ical
value of tho gioup of gold and silver
bearing ledges on Gold Hill of
Baker county, Or,
Tho decision of tho Paris Council
of Health to abolish all dairy stables
within the city limits is a notice to
tho wliolo civilized world that, it is
useless to attempt to produce good
milk in any other way than by country-fed
The Royal Hawaiian Bnnrt will
play this afternoon at Emma Square,
beginning at 4 :30. Following is the
Ovpi turc Raymond ... Tliomns
Duet Troubadour Veidl
Selection Pai Nun Donlr.ettl
Wall Mai latum . . Waldlsufcl
Oavpilna Tin Palms Fauro
Oveitine Amcilea Cntlln
There's jut ono day In all the year
When no one says, "lie quiet."
Tho ghl and boys are let atone
To make no end of riot.
Tho cannon bieak In thunder-gusts
Frofn forts and arsenal1), .
And llowcrs otitstieam, like flowers In
From windows, roofs and walls.
Then you should hear the crackers go 1
A pack set off In a ban el
Make such a jolly nolee you know
bike girnls hi a (iiuuiel.
And, oh, tho bells thai "whigaud chime,
And ling and took the split'-',
And the faliy llghN at evening time,
That blare In lalubow tires I
Then perl toipciloes nap and pop
I.Ike folks who get in a lluster,
But whom you need not mind at all,
For they pi'iid their stiengtb In
The lovely rocket1 pleao me bit.
They Mioot o grand and high,
Tfien diop again their golden tar.s
In show eis from the sky.
Tlieie's just ono day In all the year
When no ono ay, ''Be quiet,''
Anil gills and boys aie let alone
'I'd imiku no end of llot.
Tlnce chi'cis for Independence Day,
AVIien ilium aie beat in elioius
And ti limpets blow and tingles peal.
And our Hag Is si reaming o'er us.
Mr vrt; -ct li. Sir:'":er in Atrfr's
HILO B0AITDIND SCHOOL.
Tho jubilee year of this school
has come around, and the fact was
celebrated in connection with the
usual annunl cxeicises of the closing
school year. The examination of
classes took place on Thursday and
Friday, the 24th and 2.1th of June.
Woik in English, Arithmetic, Alge
bra, History, Map Drawing, etc.,
was shown. The examining commit
tee, Rev. A. O. Forbes, of Hono
lulu, Rev. J. B. IHnaikc, of Lihue,
and Mr. W. W. Hall, of Honolulu,
expressed themselves as well pleased
witli what they saw. The examina
tions were chielly noticeable for the
number of former pupils who came
together from homes scattered from
Kau to Kauai.
Sunday, the Rev. A. Pali, of La
haiua, a former pupil, preached a
memorial sermon from the text, "A
city that is set on a hill cannot be
hidden." The sermon was well,
and even enthusiastically leccivcd
by the vast congiegation which tilled
Haili Church. What memories were
brought up to those who had been
connected with the school in years
long gone by, as the preacher spoke
of former pupils and their woik in
the interests of belter living in their
various fields of labor from Hudson
Hay to the islands of the south Paci
fic Ocean! How eagerly every woid
said about the beloved teachers
the two beloved above all the icst
cither on Sunday or any other day
of the jubilee exercises, was caught
up by those whose couise of action,
whose character, whose very lives
had been so greatly influenced by
Father and Mother Lyman!
Sunday afternoon was given to a
meeting in the interests of Christian
education ii genercl. Representa
tives spoke for Laliainaluna Semi
nary, Kawaialiao Seminary, Maka
wao Seminary, and Kamehanieha
Schools. Rev. Mr. Kekuewa spoke
with deep feeling of the condition
of Kohala Seminary. If his appeal
for teachers could be heard by some
of the devoted women of Amotion,
it is hardly conceivable that the
doors of the school would remain
closed much longer not because
theie are no pupils, not because
there are not facilities for teaching
them, but because there arc none
to teach them.
Tuesday following was set apart
for a temperance excicise at Haili
Church, followed by a street parade
and a hunt at the school grounds.
This was under the joint auspices of
the W. C. T. U. and the boa i ding
school. The assembly at the church
was laigc. Fully five bundled peo
ple joined in tho procession under
lempeiauco banncis. Ililo Board
ing School, Hilo Foreign School,
Hilo Union School, Haiti Sunday
School with all of its district
branches, and the Chinese Sunday
School marched in bodies.
Tuesday evening the former
pupils of the boarding school held a
meeting nt Haili Chinch at which
old uiemoiics were recalled and old
stories told as is usual on such osca
sions. Many of the incidents men
tioned will bu a faouico of inspira
tion and encouragement to those
who now enjoy such incieased ad
vantages. This was perhaps the "great day
of the feast" to tho majority. The
subject of temperance, of course,
was not exhausted, but it seems cer
tain that the temperance sentiment
of tho community was increased.
The Ivau was a vast mibject and
ample justice seemed to bo done to
it. But at tho end it was found
that this "subject" was by nomcana
Wednesday evening was tho time
for the regular annual exhibition
and graduating exercises of the
boarding bchool. It is not neces
sary to buy that this was the occa
sion of greatest Interest to the pupils.
All went off smoothly, and tno uoya
without exception did themselves
credit. Messrs, Mo6es Kuaann,
David Knpnheo, D. H. Knnoeau, J.
A. Lawclawc, C. M. Lawelawe, A.
Spencer and J. Wise, having finish
ed the required com so of study
were presented with llicir diplomas.
After the exhibition another mec
ing of pupils of all classes was call
ed, and it was resolved to erect a
monument to Mother Lyman, as
was done for Father Lyman sonic
time ago. The affection shown to
wards these two pioneer teachers is
very touching, and ought to prove
an inspiration to those young in the
Regrets are expressed on all hand9
that the school is now depiived of
the further services of the Rev. W.
B. Oleson, the efficient principal for
the past eight years. But the new
principal, the Rev. A. W. Burt, is
warmly received on all hands. He
brings to the woik great enthusiasm
and energy, and it is conlldently
hoped that under his direction the
school will continue to grow in use
fulness as it has done under Father
Lyman and Mr. Oleson.
One of the remarkable incidents
of these various meetings was the
presence of a member of the first
class in the school, whose grandson
is a pupil at present.
Fifty years hence what will Hilo
Boarding School be? It remains for
those who have charge of it now and
those who are to have charge of it
to answer not in words but in
deeds. In 188G its field of useful
ness is as great as it was in 183G.
Roman Catholic Cathedral.
IH'jh inii'-s at 10 a. ji. Vespers at 4 :'.K
Ivawaiauao Chuiich. Itev. 11. II.
I'piLor, pastor. Sunday school at 10
a. m." Preaching at 11 a. si.
Kau.makaph.i Church. Rev. J.
Wiiluiiii'U, pntor. Sunday school at
J:r.O a. m. Pleaching at 10:30 A. M.
and 7::;o p.m. Young people's meet
ing at 0 p. m.
Y. M. C. A. Young Men's Bible
class in the parlor at 0:15 A. M., con
ducted by Hie Geneial Seeictary. Gos
pel piaie service at (i:30 P. M.
Fort-sthekt Ciiuncn. Rev. J. A.
Ciuan. pastor. Meeting for Bible
study at 0:1 5 A. M. rublie woishlp at
11 a. M. and 7 :K0 P. M. Rev. Dr. Hyde
to pi cacti in the forenoon. In the even
ing, the subject will be "Called to a
Bivnir.L Union Conouehation.
Itev. E. C. Ogel. pair. Services at
the Lyceum, Aiiiuiui avenue. Sunday
school at 0:45 o'clock. At the 11
o'clock service, tlicio will bo a leeepllon
of new membeis and the admitiisli alien
of ttie Loid's St'ppcr. in the evening
at 7 '.'10 o'clock llie subject will bo "The
Them ic of llie Seventh Day Adven
tisls.'1 A coidial invitation 1- extended
Si". Andrew's Catiiedual. First
Congicgaiion. IIolv Communion, at
0:30 a. at.; Moiuiug prayer, with ser
mon, at 0:li0 A. m. Lvenong with eate
I'hoi'eal addiess by ttie JiMiop of Hono
lulu :it; p. m. Ail scats aie lice.
Second Congiegation. Rev. George
Wallace, A. M.. p:iiur cleei. Morn
ing piaycr willi seimou, 11:15 a. m.;
evening pinyer, with seimou, 7:!!0 p. m.
S.indrtv school meets al 10 a. m. in the
Puliation Pieparaiory School building.
Seats fieo at all services.
Special Auction Sale.
On Tuesday, July 6th,
at 10 a.m., at iry Sn'csroom, I will sell
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Crockery and Olnsswarc,
Potitlou mid Sugar,
Middlings nntl Corn,
Manilla Clears & Tobacco,
Ulils. and bids. Ilccf and Pork,
Choice Bacon, ami a full line of
M2WIS J. LEVEY,
Crystal Sofla forte
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon foln, Lcmcnn'le, Sursnpai illn,
Fill 1 1 Syrups mid Essences uml
made from tint puro Apple, all of which
we guaiaiili'o to bu tho bust.
Ifir Wo nlho invite parties intending
tinning Mores for the bulo of iciil
thinks and wishing fountain supplies,
to cull ou us before going elsewhere.
Till Crystal Soda WorKs,
P. O. Box !I07, Honolulu.
A DIVIDEND of 4 per cent, on the
par vuliie of the Stock will lie due
and pay alio to tho Stockholders of the
Haiku Sugar Company at thu olllco of
Castle & Cooke, TUKSDAY. Junu 20th.
00 1 w J, II, ATHKHTON, Sec'y.
SUPISE5IE C'OSJIWVof tho Ha
wnl Ian Iluiu)s. In tho matter of
tho llnnkrupicy of AFU. Befoic Jus
Afu, doing buslnts In Wnlluku,
Island of Maul, having this day been
adjudicated bankrupt on tho petition
of I'.d llotrclila('ger & Co , It 19 oidered
Unit all cu'tiitots of aid b mkriipl come
in and proie liielr claims heforo me, at
my Chnmbeis, In Honolulu, on
Monday, July 12, 1886,
At 10 o'clock n. in.
It 1 fiutlier ordeied that, upon said
day, (lie eridilOH proceed to hold
thu KLl'OTION of au assignee or as.
sljnecs of snid tmnktupt eMate, and that
no. ice hi'iuif be published lu the
Duly 1)um.!i.tin, to wit: July 3rd and
Datid Honolulu, .lune'JB, 18g.
Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: J. II. JtRtsT,
Unit Deputy Clerk. 870 21
Mer-Islai S. I. Co.,
The .ra-esst; 3RoiH;e
to the World Kctiowncd
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and staunch
Steamer W. C. Hail
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
Tuesday, July ltith.
'i'lio stmtner-pnsses along tho entire
coast of the lee ward side of Ilnwill, af.
fording louiists a pauoiamn of charm,
ing scenery, and will slop at Kenlike.
kiui liny, whcie sulllcient time Is allow,
id to visit tho Monument of Captain
Toiuists by this ionic rc.icli Punaluu
nt ft o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being only ono night on'the
ves-cl, making the entire passage in
smooth water. At Punaluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourits will he conveyed
by railroad to Palir.lii. thence hy stage
coach to Half. way House, where horses
and guides will he in attendance to con.
vey tliem to ttie Volcano.
Tourists will have two nights and one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for tho round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to IIAUHY AJIMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photogiaph Gallery,
Fort street, or nt thu ofllce of the I. I. S.
N. Co., Esplanade. 370 Cm
Guinness's Porter, Extra Stout
Ilass's India Palo Ale, bottled by
31. It. Foster & Soiin, London.
Also, on hand,
Kohler & Frohling's
Zinfaiiilel Cl.irct, Gutcdel,
K'csling, Madeira. Port Wine,
Malaga, .Muscat, Durgiimly,
(in ci'-cs and kegs),
AIo, nfull assortment ot
For Hide by
Ed. Hoffschlaeger & Go.
NOTICE of MEETING.
rpilE qimrlo'ly Meeting of C. Brewer
JL it to , Limited, will bo held at the
ol'.lce of ilio (,'oiiipaiiy on Queen street,
ou IMMDA.Y, the nth instant, at 10
o'clock, a.m. .1. O. CARTER,
Secretary C. llicwcr & Company.
Honolulu, July ii, 188'). 03 tw
- AT GOO KIM'S,
Cor. Fort anil Hotel Streets,
Saturday & Monday Evenings,
July 3rd and 5lh,
From 7 o 10 P. I
03 JU OKO. H. PKAOOOK, Manager.
rpiIE undersigned, having this day
X leased lo (Ji:oKOE C.WANAGH,
nt Honolulu, tin! Honolulu Strum Latin,
dry, notice is heilihy given that this said
George C.iMituigli alone is icsponblhlo
lor all duhts c- nlnictcd hy tho said
George CtwiuiiKh for the said Laundry
from and aftet this ilule.
A'blgueti of J. F. McLaughlin.
Honolulu, .hum 17, 1880. , GO
'"PHK undersigned hcichy gives notice
-L Unit he hits purcliuseil from Mr.
W. W. Wright all of thu said W. W.
Wrlghl'a iuicr.'fct. in tho firm of Whit,
man & Wright, and no tecelpts or obli.
galionv ou hi'lialf of the said linn will,
from tills dtite, he valid exeunt signed
hy S. M. WHITMAN.
Honolulu, Juno 8, 188(1.
DIVIDKN'D of 4 per cent, on tho
nur viiliiii of tho Mock will tin nuv.
ntilo to the Stockholders of the Koiiul.i
Sugar Company nt thu olllco of Ciibtlu &
Cooke, TIJKsDAY, Juno SOlli.
m 1 w .1. 11. ATHKHTON, 8ec'y.
ADIV1DKND of 55 per Share will bo
due and pnyahlu to tho Stockhold
ers of thu Grove Hunch Plantation,
TUKSDAY, Juno SUlli, at the olllco of
Cattle ic Cooke,
03 lw J. 11. ATHEttTON, Seo'y.
Ol nud OU
Wo aro pleased to announce the nrrlvnl of our linmcnao latgc Involcc'of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Laces, llioi,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
and are now olleiiug uupieccdcutcd ntl uuilvnl'el Uargolns iu all our ikparim'U
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very fine Victoria Lnwn at $3 apiece, 10 jarils; a very
largo assortment of new Spring stjles In Lawns, 4-4 llntistc. Sateens, plain
figured and biocaded, white Pique and a full line of Diets Good, the latest out.
Lace Bouole, Xiadies' Tricot Olxvtli
in nil tho new shades; 40 doz Ladies Lisle Thread IIoso at 40 cents,
tho hest valuo over offered. '
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which we oiler at
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Good security required. Apply to
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C5tf 42 Meichant ttieet, Honolulu
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J. E. WISEMAN, General Business
Agent of Honolulu, is our authorized
Agent on the Hawaiian Islands. GC 1m
Trustee's Sale !
. . .
By order of A. J. Cartwright, Sr., the
duly appointed Executor and Timleo of
the last will and testament of Emma
Kalelconalaui, deceased, and under
license of the Supreme Couit of the
Hawaiian Islands, silting as a Court of
Probate, we aie directed to sell at pub.
lie auction, at our Salesroom, lu Hono
tho Gth Day of July, 188G,
at 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 Ku
lclconalnni had at the time of her de
cease, of, in and to that certain piece or
parcel of land, known as the
Ahupuaa of Lawai
situate in llie District of Kona, Island of
Kauai, and containing an
Area or :t,O0O Acren,
more or less, as described in Hoyal Pa
tent Ko. 4512, 31ahelc Award 4!1,
at tho Upset Price or Sum of $22,000;
and also that certain piece or parcel of
land situate in Nuiiauu Valley, Hono
lulu, Island of Oaliu, and known as
and being the premises formerly occu
pied hy W. L. Green, Esq., as a private
X3T For further particulars, apply to
A.J. Cartwright, Sr., or
E. V. ADAMS & CO.,
40 td Auctioneers.
AS complaints huc reached me of
late from some of my customers
that they can purchase Hawaiiuu-madc
Soap cheaper lluiu I have been selling
It, I beg id state that I have always
transacted 'my bMsim-ss in a fair and
straightforward way, charging thesumi!
price to all alike, and belling at a
moderate into; and at the samo lime 1
would inform my customers and the
public that from and after thin date my
price will hu $7 per 100 lbs.
T. V. HMVLINS.
Honolulu Soup Works, Leleo, Hono
lulu, June 21st. 60
f MAONEALE & UltllAN No. )2Snfe
Laiiji-rjti.uiA em uuuArt no. ante
in good order. Coal, 2 years ago,
iow, $CO0. Sell for tflSO catli. 1 Up.
Iglit "Borde" Piano in good order.
riKiii "jiorue" 1'iuno in iri
Cost, when now, $yso. 'Will tell for
$250 j guaranteed. Apply at once.
J. k WISEilAN,
01 2w General Business Agent.
rpiIE GYJINA81UM. PUEMISES on
X Kert street, lot 08 feet by 103 feet,
Building E0 feet by 84 feet. This Is a.
very desirable plato for a private tesi.
denco or Lodging House, and will be
sold nt a reasonable figure. Inquire of
Treasurer Honolulu Athletic Asboeia.
AFIHST.CLASS ASSISTANT MILL.
POPULAK MILLINEllY HOUSE,
7 tf . N. S, Sachs, Proprietor,
& CO., Proprietors.
Hy order of J. P. Hackfeld, Adminis
trator of thcEnalcof Conrad Mcnkc,
deceased, we lm.e been directed to vll
at public auction, at our Salesroom, in
On MONDAY, July 12th,
nt 12 o'clock, noon, of that day,
If not previously disponed ol,
400 Shares in the
cik cu,j: n.
of Hiimiiula, Hawaii.
The total Capital Stock of the Humuula
Sheep Station Co. amounts to 1,000
Shares at the
Par Value of $ I OO each.
The Company owns thu valuable vheep
ranch situate ou the slopes of .Mauiia
kca and Maunnlua, known as the Ilmnu.
iiln Slicep Station; the total areaof land,
held nailer a lease from tlte Crown Coin
mifloners for an unexpired term of
about 22 years, is 1C0.0H0 acrei, more or
less, a large pan of which is beautiful
pasture land; theie are
About 20,000 Sheep
more orlcs, also a large number of
Hordes anil wild Cattle ou llie hinds.
The Shares w ill be sold with pi h ilege
to take 50 to 400 Shares.
The above bale ii made for the pur
pose of settling the estate of suiil C.
Mcnke, deceased, and will he without
I" Tho terms of the sale are Cash.
For lurlher particulars, apply to .1. V.
Hackfeld, at the olltce of Hnekfcld &
Co., Honolulu, or
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
57 cod Auctioneers.
By order of J. F. Hacktcld, Est)., the
duly appointed Assiuneo of the Bank
rupt Estate of T. K. Clarke of Kipahulu,
Mnui, acting under authority of an or
der of the Supreme. Court tinted June S,
1880, we aro directed to nil ai Public
auction, at our Salesroom, in Honolulu,
On MONDAY, July ii, 'SG,
at 12 oVlock, noon, of that day,
All the Right, Title & Interest
of, the said J. F. Hackfeld as such
Assignee, of, iu and to the
situutc ut Kipahulu, Maui, heretofore
belonging to the said T. K. Clarke.
The baid Plantation comprise al out
1000 acres of Land lu fee simple, and
about 11)00 acres of Leased Land; there
arc about 7 tC0 acres of Lund available
for enno cultivation; about 120 ucre of
Plain Cane ami about 140 ncits of 1 nud
2 Hattoons are now growing for the
ne.t crop to eoinii oil' lrom, say. Decern,
her, 18fi0, to atom May, lfcST. Thetu
132 head of Working Cattle,
2 Bulls, 27 Yearlings,
35 Cows with 27 Calves,
3 Mules, 10 HorBca and some
on the Plantation all branded TKC, nho
About 11 Bullock CartB,
2 Mulo Carts, Plows and
other Implements & TooIb
generally used on a biigar plantation.
Tho larger part of the Cane, when hnr
vc3tcd, can be conveyed to thu mill by
There Is n good substantial landing
bridge, in which tho Plantation holds a
half interest. Also, a Donkey Engine
nud Int'linu track connected with thu
The Plantation Is in good running
order and a new crop is being put In t
fiST Tho terms of the Sale aro CASH,
and the Deeds are at tho expense of the
For all further particulars apply to
J. F. Hackfeld, Honolulu, or to OSCAR
ILNNA at Kipahulu, Maui.
E. 1. ADAMS & CO.,
55 td Atiottoaeeri.
ROOMS TO LET,
CLEAN, cool, comfortable, furnished
ltooms to let, at moderate rates, t
8 aud 100 Hotel itreet. 03 liu
HnmnnlaSheep Station Co