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SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1880.'
S S Rio do .Iniiciro from Sun Francisco
8 S Mararoa from J-'an Francisco
Sttar Kluau from windward port
Stmr Iwobml fiom Kauai
I July 10
St mi Klluuea Hon for windward ports
ut 4 p m
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr Iwalanl for Kuiinl at 5 p in
Stmr Klnau for the Volcano mid wind
ward ports at 4 p in
Sinn- Llkellkc for Kulnilul uiul liana at
u i in .
Schr Wtilmatu for Luupahochoe
Sclir lt.ilnbow for Koolau
Sclir Malolo for Laiipahoclioo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk 0 O Whltmorc, Thompson
Bk Blgl, Zopll
Bk Star of Devon, Mockets
llkUio Morning Star, Turner
Fr seer llniuiuouhi, Ainard
Bilt Bk Lapwing, Do Urtichy
Ger sclir Murv (J Bohm, Mobcrg
Bk Foret Queen, Winding
Haw S S Zeahindln, K Van Oterendorf
Ger bk Faust lilsmurck, Vaiider Vlng
Hilt bk Blrniab, Jcnns, fioin Glas
gow, due Junoiiti-ISO.
Jlilt bk Wo of Erin, Nicholson, fiom
Liverpool,' due July 1B-JW. -
Am bk Edwin d May, Johnon, fiom
Boton, duo August 20-81.
II 1G.MS Blsiiiarck, from Auckland,
N Z, via Samoa, due April 20-110.
II 1 G M S Gnelsenau, from Auck
land, N Z, via Samoa, due Apill 20-'S0.
II I G M S Olga, from Auckland, XZ,
via Samoa, due April 20-UO.
Brit ship Amana, from Liverpool, due
Haw brig Alllc Howe, J Philips, from
Hongkong, due June 10-30.
Am bant Aurora, from Newcastle, X
S XV, dne July 1-10.
Am bk F i Slcbcu, from Newcastle,
N S W, duo July 20-:il'.
Am bk Holdcu, from Newcastle, "N S
W, duo July 15-20.
Am brig Salinn, Blake, from San
Francisco, due at Kahului, Juno 20-20.
Bol bark Don Nicolas, Ross, from
Port Townsend, W T, duo July 20-31.
Am sclir Ida Sclinauer, from Euieka,
Cal, due at Kahului. July 20-!10.
Nlc bk Riiuijio, Howard, fiom De
"partuie Bay, B i, duu Juno 2."i-:)0.
Am schr Dora Bluhui, Blulim, from
Port Townsend, due at Kahului, July
Am schr John G Noi th, Moore, from
Port Townsend, due at Muhukonu, July
Am schr W S Bowuc from San Fran
cisco, dne Jul 0-17.
Am schr Kosario from.San Fraucisco,
for Kahului duo July 0-17.
Am brig XV G lrwiu from Sau Fran
cisco, due July 0-17.
From Maul and Hawaii, per steamer
Kluau, July 10 Miss Anns and 2 chil
dren, C G Kennedy, wife and child, G
E Whitaker, P. Freeman, J Serrao, Mrs
Be Flics, E Goodman, F Jeffrey and
wife, 'R II Rcueborne J M Lidgate,
Hon Sam Parker, SII Mahuka, himo
(pake), O II S Ky nners cy. II WebbT G
K Ewart, O Duval, D McLeod, J Wal
lace, Geo G Williams, Miss Patti Von
Holt, MNs Juan Wodehousc, Miss M J
Couscn, W E Rowcll, F M Moore, Mrs
Young llee, R Newton, W C Mcrritt,
Aleon.', and 111 deck.
From San Francisco, for Honolulu,
per ity of Rio de Janeiro, July 10
Oapt G B llavley, and 20 Chinese. For
Yokohama liusign I- .u uostwicu, u s
N, Dr. E II M Sell, W 11 Budd, Tom
Harper aud wife, Win Harper, Dr Geo
A Stu rt, wife aud haunt.
From San Francisco, perS S Mararoa,
July 10 Mrs Hanks and 2 children, Mi
Laws and wife, Mr II C Dentz. Mr J H
D Ryder, Rev Mr Pease, wife and 2
children, Miss Smith, Mis Hemingway,
Miss Crosby, Mrs G N Miiith, Mr C XV
Aohford ami wife, and 10 in the steer
age. From Kauai, per steamer Iwalanl,
July 10-A F Harris I1 Dickson. D
Tra'sk, S Naaiiao, II Spauldlug, 1 China
man and 35 debk.
From Hawaii and Maui per stmrW
G Hall, July 0 U R H Princess Like
like, H R 11 Princess Pomaikclani, Miss
11 Clcghorn, Miss M Lane. Hon S B
Dole, Miss L Napoleon, EFHopke, E
Hutehigoii, K Buchliollii, and G8 deck.
CARC0ES FROM ISLAND' PORTS.
Stmr Klnau -3,000 bags bugar, 21 hides,
2'bulc3 wool, and 140 packages siin
diics. StmrW G Hall 5.83C bags .sugar, 55
bags awa. 1 1 bags coffee, 02 hides, 3
hoi pes auk 20 hogs.
Stmr Iwalanl 4,430 bags sugar, 20 cat
tle, 12 calves, 1 cow and calf, I bull,
75 green hides and 7 dry hides.
The Pnclllc Mail steamship City of
Rio do Janeiro, Wm U Cobb, com
mander, left San Francisco, July 1,
Had light southerly winds most of the
passage. Arrived at Honolulu 2:30 a
m, July 10th.
The R M S Mararoa, dipt Jas Edie,
left San Francir-eo wluuf on July 30th,
at 2:45 p m; discharged pllqt at 4: 20 p
m; experienced stiff head breeo for 30
hours, afterwards light variable winds
tillanival hereon JulylOth atO a in.
Airlvals at San Francisco, June 10,
bktne G O Perkins, from Honolulu;
Juno 21, bktuo N M Slado, from Hono
lulu; June 23, tchr Rosarlo, from Ka
hului; Juno 21, brig J D Sprcckeis,
from Kahului; Juno 21, bktno Eureka,
from Honolulu; Juno 21, bktno Mary
Wluklemiui, from Honolulu; June 24,
bilk C.ilbarien, from Honolulu; Juno
25, bark Ceylon, from Honolulu; June
28, schr Halcyon, from Kahului; June
28, brig Oniisiielo, from llonlulu; Juno
23, bktno Makali, from Honolulu.
Departures fiom San Francisco, June
14, sclir Anna, for Kahului; June 15,
brig Clans Spicckcls, forKnhulul; Juno
2.1, nark Foiest Queen, for Honolulu;
Juno 20, bilg W G Iaw-lii, for Honolulu;
Juno 20, bchrEiumaClaudlim, forllllo;
Juno 27, schr Kosiirlo, for Kulnilul;
June 30, bchr W h Bowne, for Hono
lulu; Juno 30, brig JD Hpreckcls, for
To mil from San Francisco, June 2,
bktno Euieka, for Honolulu: Juno 7,
bktno O C Perkins, for Honolulu.
The htuir Iwalanl will make- two trips
nest week. Shu urilvi'd this a in, o as
to ball again fru Monday.
Schr Mary Foster left Walmea, Kauai,
last Thuibdav with sugar for Honolulu.
Glaus Sriu-oKiiLH, King of tlio
Sandwich Ifcliuulb, denied that ho is
going to cell out hia sugar manor, Ho
doesn't deny Hint thcro is sonio
tioublo thoro, but adds, "Sweet aro
tlio uses of adversity," Wnshigtou
Post, Juno 2J.
LDtlAL A OEHEHAL Tew3,
Wool has advanced In the London
market about 25 percent.
The usual temperance meeting, in
Fowler's yurd, this evening, at 7 :30
Theke arc no less than four new
pieces on tho band program mo for
A ontiMAN laborer at thu Koloa
Plantation, Kauai, named E. Munich,
shot himself on July the 8th, at noon.
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The latest from tho Volcano can
be seen in Oat's window in the form
of 2 pieces of lava with coin in them.
The S. S. Mararoa backed into thu
steamer Kituui this morning while
docking. Thu Kinnu was not dam
aged. A LAnai: suit bont was pulled along
Queen street at 7 o'clock this morn
ing not with oars, but by a pair of
Am. tho Honolulu volunteer mili
tary cpnipanics will iiscmblo next
Wednesday evening, for u grand
dress jmrndo, under command of His
Majesty the King.
The Rio do Janeiro sails at 8
o'clock to-night for Yokohama and
Hongkong, taking from this port
about 25 Japanese and G5 Chinese
Rev. Pease, wifo and 2 children,
Misses Smith, Hemingway and Cros
ley, and Mrs. Smith, missionaries for
the South "Sea Islands, arrived by the
Mararoa. this morning.
Mn. George Crowter, a ship car
penter, well known and highly re
spected in Honolulu and on these
islands, died in England on 23rd of
May, 1880, aged 45 years.
The public delivery window of the
post office has been removed to tho
eastern bide of tho building. Private
boxes were yesterday placed in the
opening whcio the delivery window
The S. S. Mararoa sails at 12
o'clock to-night for the Colonics.
Mr. and Mrs. Locke Richardson, Mr.
and Mrs. Jeffries,, Mrs. ThosB. Wal
ker and 3 children, Mr. E. Webber
and about 15 steerage will take pas
sage by her.
A i,aiige and splendidly executed
painting of a bunch of bananas, sur
rounded by extremely natural-looking
leaves of the banana plant, and a
bccnc of a waterfall, painted by a
half-white lad of 1G summers, are on
view in Oats' window.
A gentleman residing and doing
business in Honolulu recently placed
a bill in the hands of a collector on
one of tho other islands for collection.
The amount of the bill was $10, which
amount was collected, and tho Hono
lulu gentleman charged .$10 by the
collector for his services. Collecting
is more profitable than running, a
A finer lot of fruit has seldom, if
ever, been been in the Honolulu
market than a shipment by the Ma
raroa to-day, for Messrs. Lewis fe Co.
The variety is as great as the qua
lity is good. Green gage and other
plums, apricots, pears, peaches, cher
ries, apples, etc., aro included. Tho
peaches are particularly fine. Vege
tables, fibh, and other goods on ice
have also come in excellent condition
to the same firm.
A telephone dispatch was received
last night from Mokulcia, Oahu, stat
ing that the steamer C. R. Bishop
was on the reef, at that place. The
tug Elcu,was sent at 9 o'clock last
night, to render aid, and at G :30 this
morning was working at the stranded
steamer. At 11 a. m. high tide the
Elcu succeeded in hauling the Bishop
off the reef. Later The Bishop is
anchored at "Mokulcia, taking in
paddy. A portion of her shoo was
torn off. She is not leaking. The
Elcu is returning to Honolulu.
1 m . '
Wi,i.ia:m8, Dimond & Co.'s circular
of July 1st, reports, as follows : Sugar
On tho 18th inst, tho California
Sugar Refinery advanced Golden at
$ cent per pound, which was followed
by the American. On tho 22nd inst,
0 other Refineries issued new lists,
tho California advancing rateB cent
all round. Rico Dull stock huge
for prebcnt requirements, sales 4
cents, less 1A per cent for cash. Later
advices received by local sugar men
tell of an advanced of one-sixteenth
cent on raws in New York on July
2nd, with refined uncharged.
Ahtibts' Materials, Plaques, Panols
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bios.' Art store. 74 Ot,
The most popular rebort in the'
city nro tho Elito Ico Cream Parlors
Delicious Ico Creams, -Ices, Cakes
and Candies always on hand. 7.1
Hit. Flint's Heaut Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heurt Dib
oiibci and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle, Benson Smith it
Co., Agents. 354
By the steamer Zcalandia tho Lead
ing Millinciy House of Chas, J.
Fishel has lccoived a fine lino of
GcntB1 Neckwear, Unlauudrcd Shirts,
Ficnch Kid Gloves and Slippers tho
genuine article, Swiss Edgings, all
over Laces. Full lino of Ladies,
Misses and Children's Hats, Feathers,
Ornament, etc. Call at once and in
spect his stock. 74
Patuonize Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
Works, wheio ho is prepared to fill all
ordors at tho lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island ordors solicited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealera is lespcctfiiHy invited to
..,', 1 Mitei jjikfe
r"ii' ; j"i "f'r-i -fffiw iTi" . f '. '! ! tt
the f(et "no Hoenio Ib required" to
sen incso cigars, jvo not lorget mu
name J, W. Hingloy, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
piny this afternoon at Emma Square,
beginning at 4 :30. Following is the
March Suite. Laclincr
Oveiturc Hungarian (new) .Kelcr Bola
Polka Cavalier (now) Fain bach
Fantasla-Dicams (now) . . . . Wledeoske
Waltz Fall les (new) Crowe
Selection Ermlnle . ...Sacobowsky
CARD OF THANKS.
To the I'ropiiclors, tiditois and
Employees of the Daily Bulletin,
Daily Advertiser and News Carriers
of thu Honolulu News Agency.
Gentlemen: Allow me to thank
you for your kindness in assisting
me to pioeuro for myself a new
outfit of clothing, etc., to replace
those lost in tlio fuc on Nuiianu
street, Apiil 18th.
I am, yours lespcctfully,
One of the News Carriers.
MR. LOCKE RICHARDSON.
The great linl of the Hotel was
pretty well filled last evening with
an appreciative audience to hear
Mr. Locke Richardson's recital of
the great Shakesperean tragedy of
Macbeth. The lecilal was given in
an able and effective manner. This
being Mr. Richardson's last per
formance in Honolulu, it is not too
much to saj that he leaves in this
community a large circle of warm
friends who will remember his
literary entertainments with un
mixed satisfaction, while their per
sonal acquaintance with Mr. and
Mrs. Richardson will have a place
among their happiest memories.
Editok Bulletin: I went up to
the Volcano Monday in order to be
able to give you a more detailed
description of the present state of
the crater, as I promised. Well, I
arrived there, but it just' happened
to be a very cloudj day, and on the
other hand the smoke of the crater
was so heavy and intense that I was
at a loss how to get down and get
the proper view of it. Anyhow, I
advanced down as far as I possibly
could, but at last the smoke was too
strong for me and I had to turn
back. As it was I had a belter view
of it fiom above, and I remained
there to watch my chances. When
the fog and smoke diifted away for
a moment, I could plainly see the
flames pouring out from many
places, and also the new lava float
ing around and striking against the
rocks. Mind, this was in the day
time, and, as you know yourself, it
is quite a different sight at night,
'and I only wished I could have re
mained over, but other business on
hand prevented me at the time; but
anyhow I'm going up again to-morrow
and will stop a night over, and
am satisfied I'll have a splendid view
of the fire, that must bo striking in
the night time, as we can see the re
flection clear aud bright from the
Halfway House every night, and
even at a distance as far as Punaluu
it keeps the people awake during the
night. J. M. Lee.
Punaluu, July 7th.
Volcano House, July 5, 188G.
Hon. S. G. Wiluek,
Dear Sir: The fire has now
formed itself into a lake in the
place known as Halemuumau. On
Wednesday last I was down with
Mr. Clarke. The surface of the
lake was then about 250 by 300 feet,
crusted over. Since then it has
risen about 75 feet, and the surface
is now about 400 by 500 feet across,
and very active. Visitors can see
the boiling lake from the outer mar
gin of tho chasm, without descend
ing into it. That is, they can sec
about two-thirds of the surface.
By descending some distance a view
can be obtained of the entire sur
face. The descent would be some
what dillicult for ladies, but by no
means impossible, and nivy v,isliing
to make the attempt will have the
best of care and all the assistance
in our power. When there are both
ladies and gentlemen in the party I
will send two guides, so that if the
ladies do not wish to go beyond the
margin of the chasm, one guide will
remain with them, while the other
descends with the gentlemen.
Herewith I send two specimens of
lava, containing pieces of' coin, the
lava being procured on the 30th of
J. II. Maut,
Manager Volcano House.
THE DAY WE CELEBRATE,
rOUKTH OF JULY IN II1I.O.
Tho anniversary of the independ
ence of the United States was cele
brated at Ililo on Saturday, July !).
In tlio morning cxeicises were held
in the court house, which was beauti
fully and appropriately decorated
with Hawaiian and American flags
for tho occasion. Tlio choir sang
Ameiica, Star Spangled Banner, and
Hail Columbia. Tho United States
Consular agent, Mr. J. A. Beckwith,
read the Declaration of Independ
ence. Tlio oration of tho day was
delivered by the Hov. A. W. Burt.
The speaker ut tho flist disclaimed
all intention to deliver a regulation
Fourth of July oration. lie did
not witth to read tho citizens of other
notloni nut ni tills cilobrntlon Of tu
say anything whtoh would bo dl
nmceable to them or which they
could not npprove. He chose for his I
theme the broad subjeclof Patriotism.
Patriotism Ii6 contended is of two
kinds. The brute will fight for his
hair. The wild stallions upon the
mountain 'will make it their business
to guard the herd. Savages of the
lowest order will fightfor their homes.
But the patriotism of tlio intelligent
citizen who daies to die or live for
bis country is a sentiment which is
not kuown to the brute or the savage.
The true English patriot glories in
tho Snxon grit of Harold, and prides
himself on n long line of heroes.
The American patriot exults in the
heroism of Washington and his
compatriots. Moreover, the courage
which spiings from patriotism does
not resemble that of the brute or
the ignorant savage. Patriotism is
based upon intelligence, aud the
courage of patriotism rests upon
principle. It is related of Baron
Steuben that as he was going into
battle on one occasion, as the bullets
began to fly thick around him, one
of those with him noticed that he
looked pale and trembled. "Why,
Baron," said ho, "are you fright
ened?" "If you wcte us badly
frightened as 1 am," was Steuben's
pregnant reply, " you would not be
here." lie knew tho danger, but
knowing dared to face it, on princi
ple. This is the kind of courage
which the patriot shows.
In the afternoon athletic sports
were the order. Footracing excited
moderate interest. The obstruction
i ace was of somewhat greater in
terest. The unexpected turns taken
by the contestants in the blind-fold
races were, as usual, the source of
considcrableamusemcnt. The "piece
de resistance" of this feast of frolic,
however, was the Japanese wrestling
match. The feats of agility aud
sttength displayed by some of the
contestants were indeed remarkable.
But it ma j bo questioned whether,
on the whole, the performances of
these athletes in their "undress"
costumes tended to refinement or its
A display of fire-works in the
evening ended the celebration of the J
day at Ililo, and the American citi
zens entered with buoyant spirits
upon the 11 lth year of their coun
Dates to the 3rd inst. by the 8.
At 3 o'clock in the afternoon of
July 3id, 120 Tories, 22 Unionists,
42 Liberals and 12 Parnellites had
been elected to the House of Com
mons. Henry George Gill (Parnel
lite) was re-elected for Limerick
The Palt Mall Gazette, pointing
to the icsult of the elections so far
as they have gone, says: The Iiish
vote in England has failed to work
the wonders promised for it by T.
P. O'Connor. He declared that the
Irish vole would be a decisive factor
iu seventeen of the English consti
tuencies. Yesterday's pollings, how
ever, show that the Irish turned the
scale in but two places in favor of
the Liberals, leaving the others un
altered. O'Sullivan (Parncllite) has been
re-elected in the south division of
Both political parties are disap
pointed at the present results of the
elections. The Tories, to use an
expression of Lord Randolph
Churchill, were "cocksure" of
making greater headway than they
have achieved. The Liberals pro
fess to be gaining in spirit. They
point out that although the Tories
liavo made a net gain of two, yet,
the Glnd&tonions won Carlisle and
Leith against Unionists, which prac
tically makes the battle so far, a
draw. Edward Ilenney, one of the
most prominent Liberals, who re
ceded from Gladstone's support'and
resigned tho Ministerial ofilce of
Chancellor of tho Duchy of Lan
caster April 8th, on the occasion of.
the introduction of tho Home Rule
bill, was ro-clccted to-day from
Grimsy, Lincolnshire, as a Unionist.
Ho has a majority of 300 against
814 at last election. P. R. Coudin,
a Parncllite, has been re-elected
without opposition in east division
of Tiperary county.
The Times, commenting on the
election, ;i?ays: Though no conclu
sive numerical advantage has been
gained by either side, it is evident
that cv6n with the tiansferof the
Irish vqte, Mr. Gladstone barely
holds his own in the boroughs.
The iVeiw says : The great fight
lias not gone badly for the Govern
ment. Gladstone is fighting with
one hand tied behind him, owing to
tlio wholesale desertion of fair
weather friends, but Gladstone dis
abled Is stronger than any other
thrco men in tho full possession of
The "grand old man" himself
lins been elected for two constitu
encies, Leith and Mid-Lothian, in
the former of which a liberal, but
an opponent of the Homo Rule bill,
was returned to the last Pailiament
with a majority of 3,870 in a total
poll of 8,840 votes.
Wutron's spinning mills, at Kid
derminster, were burned on the 2nd.
The loss is $500,000. One thousand
persons nro thrown out of employ
ment. Tup steamer W. U. Hall will
leave, for windward ports, at 10
a. m. instead of 3 p. m as heretofore.
UMio JU:h aud lSiiHlOMi
Route to the Volcano
MONDAY, July lSUi,
at 4 I'M,, via ICciutlimt, arriving at the
latter place WKDNESDAY morn
ing, where lloises and Wagons
are in waiting for Tourists,
Giving 2 Days and 2 Nights at tho
i3!" Tickets for (lie trip, which pay
WlLDElt'S STMSIIIP CO.
LEWIS & CO.,
Apricots, lloyal Ann Cherries,
1'eurs, Peach I'lums, Prune Plum",
Piee-tonc Peac.ies, Celery. Cauliflower,
lied Cabbage, fresh "Salmon,
Fresh HliKtl A OyNtfor in tins.
A NY document Mgned by my wife,
ex. iaiij.ia.nu., win uo nun and
void without my M mint nro.
7:' iw ISRAtil, FI9IIER.
A DIVIDEND of Two Dollars per
Slum: will In; paid to the Share
holders of the Irilcr-Miind Steam Havi.
gallon Co., at their olllcc, on SATUR
DAY, the 10th inst. J. ENA,
7H!tj Scc'y I. I. S. N. Co.
On and after this date,
Messrs. Davis & Wilder
will attend to tho
Entire Delivery ef Bitter
to all the Custnmers bei ved hv the
Woodlawn Dairy St Stock Comp'y.
Inter-Mill S. I Co.,
Tlie 33esst Sttonte
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new aud staunch
Steamer W. C. Hal!
Leaves Honolulu nt 10 o'clock a.m. on
Tuesday, July YMu
The stc.mier pastes along tho entire
coast of die leeward side of Haw-iil,' af.
fordliit; tuuribts n panorama of qharin.
in,' t-cuiieo, and will stop nt Kealike.
kua liny, whore stilllcient time is allow
ed to viblt the Imminent of Captain
Tourits by this route reach Punaluu
at ft o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, holng only one night on thu
vcs-scl, milking die entire passage in
Miioolh water. At Punaluu there is tho
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fiom there tourists will be convoyed
ly railroad to Pallida, thence liy stage
coach to Hulf.wny Route, where horses
and 'juides will lie in attendance to con
vey tlii'in to the Volcano.
Tourists will have two nights and ono
whole day nt tho Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
iucludcB all expenses.
. A.ily to 1IAURY AUMITAOE,
Agent, "nt Will hum Photograph Gallery,
Kiirt Bin at, or in theomcu of tho 1. 1. S.
N. Co., Ktphiwulu. LaiOOm
LX ZKALANDIA, AT
Hluco estul lUhhig our Mission lu this
city, wu Jmvu frequently been solicited
to prronio laiger and inoro convenient
ciuniieia for worthlp and Uiblo diss,
quite n number expressing themselves
us willing to contribute toward tho
necessary cpene. Wo have now so
cured tlio building on Fort street, for.
murly ucd as a gymnasiuia, thus incur
rlngqultuu debt; besides, tome changes
n i u nic.-n.ary. Therefore we would suy
to all who would esteem it a privilege to
nld u In tho matter, that they can con.
for wllli Mr. N, F. Hurgess, or with tho
undersigned. L." A, SCOTT,
74 lm A, LA RUE.
HOUSE TO LET,
OK King street, No, 850, a homo coil,
tulnlng 7 room?, including kit.
Chen, hath, pantry, etc. Stable On the
premises. Atteslan water. Fine ycrd
In front and l car. Rent moderate. In.
71 tf at E.O. Hnll & Son's.
THE undersigned hereby gives nollco
that lie tins purchased from Mr.
XV. XV. Wright nil ot the wild W. W.
Wrlght'tJ Interest iu the linn of Whit
man & Wright, and no receipts or obli.
gutloni on behalf of the said firm w HI,
iroui this date, be valid except signed
Honolulu, June 28, 1330. . CO
AS complaints hmc reached me of
late from some of my customers
that they can pmchaso llawailaii.made
Sonp cheaper limn I have been selling
it, I beg to stato Hint I liavo always
transacted my business in a fair and
straight fbrward way, charging the same
prlcu to nil alike, and selling at a
moderate uitc; and nt the same time I
would Inform my customers and' tho
public that from and after this dato my
price will be $7 per 100 lbs.
T. XV. KMVLINS.
Honolulu Soap Works, Lclco, Hono
lulu, June Utst. fit)
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Gen. Grant's Memoirs.
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J. E. WISEMAN, General Buslnes-
Agent of Honolulu, is our authorized
Agent on the Hawaiian Islands. (!G 1m
Burnt Out, but Not Dead !
Ryan's Boat-BoiM Slop
Is now adjoining the rear of
MONEY TO LOAN.
IN amounts of $100 and upwaids.
Good security required. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON.
C5tf 42 Merchant street, Honolulu
Crystal Soda Ms
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, Sarsaparllla,
Fruit Byrups and Eisinces and
made frnin the pure Apple, all of which
wc guarantee to be the best.
tSS" Wc also invite parties intending
ttarting- stores for the sale of iced
drinkn and wishing fountain supplies,
to call on us before going elsowheie.
Toe Crystal Soda Work
P. O. Uox 307, Honolulu.
Begs to Inform the Public in general
that ho has received an
of Ladies', Gents' aud Children's
Boots, Shoes &
AFIRBT.OLASS ASSISTANT MILL.
INKU ut the
POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE,
r7 tf N. 8. Hschs, Proprietor.
Haw'nCarriPffeManf'gCo., & 00 100
E.O. Hull & Bon, 75 100
Iutcr.Island S. N.fOo., 100 100
llell Telephone, 33 10
Iluw'n Agricultural Co., 100 100
Wildcr'sStcutnbhlpfJo., 100 100
C. Brewer & Co., 100 100
Woodlnwn Dairy, 80 100
Wftiluku Sugar Co., U0 100
Wiilmanalo, 1.15 100
Bur .Mill. 4.'5 600
Reciprocity Sugar On., 60 100
L. A. THURSTON,'.8took Hrokei.
38 Merchant Street.
" "ruRSrcsnisp nooses,
rpo LF.T, with or without Uoird. Ap.
JL ply ut 151 Fort street, near Hereto,
MR. B. J. APPLEBY,
TEAC11HK OF BANJO.
For terms, enquire at
74 lm WEST, DOW &, CO., Fort St.
AT n spodal meeting of tho 8tock
holders of the 1'nciflc Navigation
Co. held .Tune 21, l&fiC, G. P. OAtsTLE
was dieted Secretary nnd Treasurer to
fill the vacancy cnuaud by tho resigns
Hon of F. B. uat. OEO P. CASTLE,
Scorctnrv and Treasurer
Honolulu, June 2 lhSO. 74 4t
Tho Delightful Kesideiiee
of Rev. J. M. Ale.vnndcr, sltuato at
Consisting of 223 Acres of Land,
of which '-'0 Acres is planted with Ltici
lyptus, fit for cutting for llrewood. The
wood II mis ready sale delivered on the
place. There are also 1 Aero in Guinea
Crass, oil's of the inoa valuable grasses
Known for stock-raising. Also,
A Lane Dwelling noose,
Servants' Uoue, Carriage House,
and nit tlio conveniences uf a Iioiik.
The premises lmc an UNFAILING
WATER SUPPLY, which is laid on lu
pipes to the house aud pastures. Alto,
1 Choice American Stallion,
1 Jack, about 50 Horses,
mares and colts,
1 Part Durham Bull, about
The pasture land is very rich, utlnrd
iug abundance of pasturngu for twice
the numlier of stork now on it.
Several ravines cloc to the buuso uio
will slocked with bearing frui" trees:
Alligator Pear, Mangoes,' Peaches,
Breadfruit, Pine Apples, etc., clc.
The large yard in which thu dwelling
stands is n beautiful combiu itlim of
green turf, ornamental shrubbery and
The location is on thu slope about one
mile mauka of the Hniku Mill, and ow
ing to us elevation the scenery is unsnr.
passed, and the temperature much cooler
tlnin at the sea level.
There is a good English scluiul nt
Extensive ndjiiccnt lund are for tula
or lease In case tho put chaser .i'0ie- to
combine them for a lnrgu ranch.
Also, 28 Acres and an 8-Hoom
Cottage at Olinda,
At an elevation of 1,00') feet!
TERMS MODERATE Cash or mort
gage. For further particulars, apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
73 3wl 3.-) Merchant Siren.
Uy order of .I.F. Hncklcld, Kq., the
duly appointed Ae'icneoof the Bank
rupt Enote of T. K. Ol.v kc of Kipaliulu,
Maui, acting under authority of an or
der of the Suiirciim Court dated June 8,
1880, wcniodiiccted to fci-li nv Public
auction, nt our Salesrnom, iu Honolulu,
On MONDAY, July 19, '8(5,
at 12 oVlock, noon, of that dny,
All the Right, Title & Interest
of; the said J. F. Hack f eld as such
AsHgiic'c, of, In and to tin-
situate ut Kipaliulu, Maui, heretofore
heloiiglim to thu said -T. 1C Clurku.
The b'lid Plantation com . rites ul out
1S0O acres of Lund iu feu simple, and
about lfiOO acres of Leased Laud; thcro
uro about 7 ECO acres ul Laud availttblu
for cane cultivation; tiljoiu 120 nurci of
Plant Cane and about 140 acres of 1 anil
2 Rattoons me now growing for tho
next crop to como oft troui, hay. Decern,
her, lBPO, to about Muy, US7. There
132 Head of Working Cattle,
2 Bulls, 27 YearlingB,
35 Cows with 27 Calves,
3 Mules, 10 Horses and some
on the Plantation all branded TKC, also
About 11 Bullock Carts,
2 Mule Carts, Plows and
other Implements & Tools
generally lined on a sugar plat'tatiou.
The larger part.of iho Cauo, when har
vested, can be conveyed to thu mill by
There is a good cuhrtantial Inudlug
bridge, iu which the Plau iition holds a
half Interest. Also, u D .nkev Kuglne
and incline track coi.uo led with the
The Plantation U In good running
order and a now crop la being put iu at
8- Tho terms of tho "-"ale aro CASH,
and tho Deeds ore ut ilia cipumit ul the
For all further particulars applv to
J. F. HackfWd, Honolulu, or to OSCAR
UNKA at Kipaliulu, Muui.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
M td Auctioneers.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Tie Pacilc Transfer Co.
Olllco lth O. K. Miller,
W Merchant Street,
Bell Tel., 377, Mutual TeL, 391.
I am fully prepared to do all kinds of
drayage, hauling or moving work, nil of
which I ill guiiranicu to execute faith,
62 ly' S. F. GRAHAM, Prop'r.
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