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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 183G.
. , ARRIVALS.
Bktne Ella from San Francisco
Schr Ilnlcnkaln from Fcprekeo
Stmr Walmannlo fiom Wntinaualo
SehrCntorlna from Walinnnalo
Stmr Kllnuea Hon for Windward
Selir ICulnuianu for Koholtdclo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Oil Bishop for Lahaina. and Ha-
mnlhm at 10 a m
Selir llnleakala for Pcpcckeo
Sehr Malolo for l.nupahochoc
Schr Wailclo for Paia
Bktne W II Dimond Swift
Jlktuc Ella Iiust
Tern Eva Wlknian
S S Zealandia
Gcr bk Livingstone
ltktno Mary Wlnkchnan, Backus
Gcr schr Mary 0 Bobin,
Ger bk Furst Blsiuuick, Yandur Ving
Bk Hoidcn, Joycuson
Norwegian baik Aurora, Suticrlnud
Haw brig Allle Howe, .1 Phillips, from
Hongkong, duo Sept 10 to Nov 10.
Bol bark Don Nicolas Koss, from
Port Townsend, A T, due July 20-31.
NIe bk lthnljlo, Howard, from De
parture Bay, B r, duo June 25-30.
Gcr bark Pacific, Oltmaii, from Bre
men, due Sept 20-30. .
Am bark California, from Port Town
send, W T, due Aug 1-11.
Brit bk Isle of Erin, Nicholson, from
Liverpool, due July 15-31.
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Boston, duo August 20-31.
Bilt ship Amaun, from Liverpool, due
Am schr Ida Schnaucr, from Eureka,
Cal, due at Kahulul, July 20-30.
Brit bark Iumcrag, from Liverpool,
due October 15-30.
Brit bark W 11 Watson, from Liver
pool, due October 1-20.
Am ship Fairfield, from Hongkong,
due August 20-30.
Am bark Nicolas Thayer. Crosby,
from Newcastle, N S W, due August
Am bark Elslnorc, G W Jcnks, from
Newcastle, N S W, duo August 20-30.
Am bark Pacllle Slope, Barnes, from
Newcastle, N S W, due September
O S S Australia, (Haw), II Webber,
from San Fiaucisco, August 23d.
BJ1SS Mararoa, (Bilt) James Edle,
from the Colonies, en route to Sau
Francisco, due August 28th.
Am bgtuc Discovery, II Meyer, from
San Francisco, due Aug 13-17
Am bark F P Letchlord, J Babcoek,
from Hongkong, duo Aug 11-18
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr W O Hall 3,521 bags sugar, 315
pkgs awa, 152 bundle bides, 18 hogs.
Stmr C It Bishop 2,123 bags sugar
For Maui and Molokai, per stmr Li
kclike, Aug 10 Hon W U Parke, Eev J
A Cruzaii w ife and family, Mrs Merrltt,
Mrs Fuller, Hon II Kuihelani, CaptD
Tooinoy and wife, Mi'-s Papu Langford,
Oscar Uuna, Mrs J II Bcist, E II Wood
ward and aboflc 140 deck.
For Kauai, per Iwalani, Aug 10 His
Ex P P Kanoa, Her Ex Governess La
nihau, T Opcka, Mrs Bingham, Mr
Bruhboltz, Levi Drew, Dr JJL Whitucy
and family and about 00 deck.
From San Francisco, per Bktne W II
Dimond, Aug 10 Beit white atid W
From Eureka, Cal', per schooner Eva,
Aug 10 Geo L Fisher.
Tho barkculino Amelia after dis
charging her cargo of sugar at San
Francisco, saileu for Eureka, Humboldt
to load lumber for this poit. She en
tered Humboldt Bay as the Eva was
being towed out.
The Ektuc W U Dltnoud pi charge of
E D Swift, formeilv matter of tho
schooner Bosario, arrived yesterday 13
days from San Francisco. She brought
merchandise and live stock. She sailed
from San Fiaucisco July 23th in com
pany with the barkentino Ella. Had.
strong N W N E and easterly winds
with niodewtcly smooth sea.
Tho schooner Eva, J O Wikman,
master, arrived yc3tciday afternoon 13J
days f"om Eureka, Humboldt with 807,
000 feet of lumber for Wilder & Co.
The bktne Ella. Cant Bust, was towed
In port just before daiklast evening 13
uays 11 um Oiiii X- xuijuieuu, uumguuu iu
Brewer & Bo.
Schooner Waioll isbeiug hove down
to be cleaned.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Meeting of Honolulu Rifles this
Theke was a merry moonlight
swimming party at tho valloy falls
The announcement of tho Temple
of Fashion, referred to yesterday,
appeurs in to-day's issue.
Fouit tubular boilers came by tho
baikontino Ella 'last evening for
Pahala plantation, Hawaii.
The noto of tho manager of tho
Woodlawn Dairy Co., received as wo
go to press, will appear to-morrow.
Enoini: Co. No, 2 will drill this
evening back of the Palaco where
tho powor of an artesian will bo tiied.
Mit. Allan Herbort expects a steam
launch, or rather a steam whaleboat,
by tho bark' Edwaid May from
. . .
Mil. J. Morrison, lately second
mate of tho hteainer Likelike, has
been appointed chief officer of tho
To-MOititow tho schooner Halea
kala will take a inacerution mill
mado at thu Foundry for Pepeokeo
Offioku B. B. Kapu arrested a
Chinaman yesteiday afternoon, near
Smith's budge, with two tiijs of
opium and u pistol iu possession.
The goods damaged by fire, at Mr.
Michiels' storu, will bo sold at uuo-
,0M' .u,i A"0 'i-inUw, tw-niuuuft ,
inornlns nHO o'clock, by Mr. L. J. 1
The steam launch Montague, of
tho Pacific Navigation Co., hns been
lured at .ffiO a week, by the former
owners of tliu lost steamer Kapiolanl,
to ming turn nom wmnnao.
TitK usual eeivices will bo held in
tho dilibiont churches this evening.
At thu Lyceum, thero will also bo a
meeting at 8 :30, of tho Olileers and
teaeheis of tho Sunday school.
Tin: barkentino Ella, which ar
rived yesteiday evening from San
Francisco, brought two Duihain bulls
for Hon. S. M. Damon, and n trotter
willi a lccord for Mr. P. C. Jones.
The steamer Iwalani was detained
until 0 o'clock last evening to tnko
aboard n maceration mill and other
machinery from thu Honolulu Iron
Woiksfor Liliuo plantation, Kauai.
The commencement to King street
bridge, beginning at tho city end, is
in need of repairs. Tho cartli ia worn
iiom a portion of the boards, leaving
tho latter bare, and making a dis
It is reported that Messrs. Came
ron and Macaulcy, owners of tho
schooner Emma, will charter tho
schooner Waiehu of the Pacific Navi
gation Co., to run to Kauai in con
junction with the Emma.
A ' HAiNiiow party " is said to he a
new social wrinkle on thu Coast. It
would 1)0 a rather humeious wrinklo
in Honolulu, wlieio rainbows aro
only oxceeded in number by tho pots
of gold at each end of them.
Forty-five head of stock shipped
from California by Mr. J. II. Paly
arrived here by tho barkontine W.
H. Dimond last evening. The stock
consisted of four thoroughbred Jersey
cows and one Durham bull for Mr.
John H. Paty; 13 horses, 22 mules
and C jaevkasses for Mr. E. It. Miles.
Mit. Putnam, United States Con
buI, and his daughter Miss Eva, leave
for the States by tho S. S. Zealandia
Saturday, for the benefit of Mr.
Putnam's health, which is much im
paired. It is not known how long
Mr. and Miss Putnam will remain
away, but it is said that they will not
rdturn if Mr. Putnam's health does
The three-jnasted steam schooner
Surprise, lately plying between San
Francisco and Wcstport and Navarro
mills, carrying 200,000 feet of lumber
each trip, is expected here. The
Surprise is about 300 tons burden,
and is a fast sailer. She will arrive
here next month, and if satisfactory
will be placed on the Kuau (Maui)
route by tho Pacific Navigation Co.
in place of the lost steamer J. I.
Go to the Elite Ice Cream Parlors
and .see the three beautiful orna
mental wedding cakes, manufactured
by the confectioner of that estab
lishment, for the double wedding,
The Mutual Life Insurance Com
pany of New Yoik has paid two more
matured endowment claims this
week, viz:' Geo. E. Kiehaidson of
Wailuku, $1,103.10; S. B. Jones of
S. G. Wiedeh,
Agent for the above Company in the
Hawaiian Islands. It
Aktists' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. 99 6t'.
For fine Ice Cream, Cakes and
Candies, go to tho reliablo Elite Ice
Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel street. Their
Ice Cream is recognized as the best
in town by all connoibseurs.. 91
Dn. Feint's Hkakt Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
eaboand also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 351
WEST, DOW & CO.
Havo received, ex Zealandia, a lot of
cheap Bedroom Sots, Bureaus, Bed
steads) Walnut Tables, Music Books,
Instruction Books of all kinds, Sheet
Music, Stereoscopic Views, Veloci
pedes, Carts, Artist's Canvass, Bats
and Balls. People who have ordered
sheet music aro requested to call
early. -100 St
Fatkonizk Homo Industry by buy
ing eigurs of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepaied to fill all
orders at the lowest possible wliole
salo prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do. not foiget the
name J. W. Hingloy, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
PAHALA ENCLISH SCHOOL.
In tho Bulletin of the 30th of
July a contradiction of the report of
the exercises and exhibition held at
tho Pahala English school on Friday
tho 19th of July, as given in a re
cent number of your journal, signed
by T. C. Wills of Pahala. Will you
bo so good as to publish tho other
sido of the question iu tho cause of
Mr. T. O. Wills has never visited
the Pahala English School during
tho whole time the present Princi
pal has had chargo of it, which is
going on three years ; he therefore
cannot speak from his own observa
tion. The examination was not as Mr.
T, C. Wills states on Wednesday,
the 14th July, but was held as first
reported by your correspondent, on
Friday the lGth July, and neither
Mr. Jumokeo nor Mr. Willis wero
yrcsciil on llio occudIoii. Il Is iruo
Mr. Klmokco visited (he Pnhaln
English School on 'Wednesday the
14th July, and was coiutcously re
ceived by the Principal, but it is
doubtful Hint he ever had authority
to exercise the functions of "ex
amining olllccr" ns Mr. "Wills styles
hini, the more so of an English
As to the problems in arithmetic
written on the blackboards being in
addition only; impnitial, capable
observers would admit that that is
not a n statement of facts, as they
really were. It is still un easy mat
ter to prove the utter untruthful
n ess of such an account; ns tho
problems remain in part at least on
the blackboards of the school to
this day, a reference to which would
show that problems in the l funda
mental rules of arithmetic were
solved by many of the pupils, on
tho same day that Mr. Kimokco
visited the school, ns also on the
lCth July, the day of the regular
Tho preliminary exercises wore
merely commenced when Mr. Ki
mokco left the school. Hymns were
sung, accompanied on the organ, as
stated in your issue of the 21st
July. There were examination in
arithmetic, b'otk mental and written ;
ns also in geography. I regret to
be compelled to obtrude this per
haps uninteresting subject on the
public notice ; but Mr. T. C. Wills
of Pnhnla has by his perversion of
the truth, caused mc to do so.
Principal Pahala English School.
Pahala, Hawaii, Aug. 8th.
A quantity of personal recrimi
nation has been eliminated from the
foregoing communication. The
points of contradiction arc given,
with the irrelevant matter omitted.
Wc have been having dry weather
for a long time past, from which the
cane and cattle have suffered con
siderable, but it seems to have
reached its limit, as nice showers of
rain fell on the afternoons of Friday
and Saturday, the rainfall of those
two days being 52-100 of an inch
and the indications at this
are that wc shall have a
News keeps arriving of the ac
tivity of "Pole," but we cannot see
the reflection of her light from here
at night as we used to ere she closed
down her fires some months ago.
G. Glendon, Principal of the Pa
hala school, was brought before the
District Justice at Punaluu on the
29th ult., charged with obtaining
money under false pretences, and
was committed to take his trial be
fore the jury court in "Waiohinu in
A fracas occurred among the
Chinamen of the plantation on the
night of Friday the Gth mst. ; fifteen
of the fighters were sent to jail yes
terday. Mr. Foster leaves by the "Hall"
to-morrow on a well earned trip to
the Coast, to be absent about a
month ; Mr. E. Fuller, head over
seer, has charge of the plantation
during his absence.
Pahala, Kau, Aug. 8, 1880.
A VICTORIOUS DEFEAT.
Harper's Weekly, in an editorial
headed, "After the English Elec
tion," remarks that "some of the
results of the agitation are of the
utmost significance. It has made
Irish home rule the great issue of
English politics, and has transform
ed the Liberal party into a home
rule party. It has also forced the
Tory party, which is an organiza
tion without principles or purpose
except what Bcacouslicld called
British interests, to hang out re
form colors." Referring to Mr.
Gladstone's future course, the same
paper says : "But whatever betide,
it may be assumed that ho will re
main the leader of the ImpcriaT
home rule party, and however the
object may bo attained, he will pass
into history as the English Liberator
Captain Bray, well known in
Honolulu, has been appointed Gen
eral Secretary of the Oakland, Cala.,
Y. M. C. A. Ilis entrance upon the
duties of his olllce was marked by a
fine welcome reception. Following
is the report of the event, ns printed
in the Oakland JJulletin:
On the evening of June 15th, tho
newly elected General Secretary,
Captain Isaiah Bray, formerly of the
Missionary Ship "Morning Star,"
was tendered a welcome reception
by our Association. Tho Associa
tion Hall was filled to overflowing,
many not being able to obtain even
an entranocj and were compelled to
content themselves by hearing alt
they could thiough the open win
dows of our reading room. Tho
platform was occupied by many pro
minent Association workers, among
whom were Mr. E. W. Watkins, of
the International Committee of New
York, tho clergy, and others, Hon.
J. M. Bulllngton, our President,
occupying the chair. Tho exercises
opened by welcome addresses ; speech
in behalf of the Oakland clergy,
Uev. W. T. Fleenor, followed by
Mr. Montgomery in behalf of State
work ; our Vice-President, Mr. L
E. Collins, in welcome in behalf of
the Oakland Association. Capt. Bray
then responded in terms of feeling and
gratlileatioou at the cordial welcome
he had received, touching upon his
life as a sailor and of his conversion
while at sea, and the means which
God used iu bringing it about. It
was very apparent that his heart had
already Mariuod" up In piospeut of
the noble work ho find undertaken,
viz: the elevation, morally and
spiritually, of the young men of
Oakland, and of the open field be
fore him of serving the Master, in
being the means in God's hands of
saving souls. May our blessed
Mnstcr guide and strengthen our
brother, lending him to stimulate
and encourage our Association to
higher and more extended woi k for
young men. Our ladies, with their
usual good taste, had inaiiy and
beautiful llor.nl designs; prominent
was a full-rigged ship, with a bright
silver star nt its topmast represent
ing the "Morning Star," of which
Cnpl. Biay was for so long a time
commander. After a few good
naturod remarks by Mr. McCoy and
others, the following programme
was rcndcicd by our kind lady and
Vocal solo, Mrs. Lincoln Brooks;
pinna solo, Miss Minnie Weeks;
cornet solo, Mr. C. L. Crabtrco;
vocal solo, Mr. 1). Lawrence;
piano solo, Miss Jennie Tuttle;
vocal solo, Miss Jennie Buhner;
flute solo, Mr. II. C. Wyshani ; vo
cal duct,, Misses Lane.
The evening's entertainment con
cluded by the indies serving all with
ice cream and cake.
Wednesday, Aug. Jlth.
Ah Yuen was charged with having
opium in possession. The case was
lcniandcd until to-monow.
At tho afternoon session, the court
gave judgment on the case of Mi. C.
Michiels, charged willi having opium
in possession. His Honor, Justice
Bicketton, slated that lie had given
the case vciy careful consideration,
and had also consulted the authori
ties cited by counsel. The evidence
he found to be'of a very conflicting
'diameter. Tho ca.se for the prose
cution, His Honor observed, rests on
the evidence of Aliuna and Ah Choy,
who contradict eacli other on several
important particulars. His Honor
closed by pronouncing defendant not
guilty, wlieieupon ho was discharged.
Knnakaole and Manuel, brought
up for deseitiug contract service,
weie ordered to retuui, and pay costs
SEALING WAX AND SENTIMENT.
America lias revived tho use of
scaling .wax, and applied it to the
expression of sentiment. When a
young person waxes sentimental, he
uses sentimental waxes. Thus,
blue signifies love, as if ono would
say he had a fit of the blues. Pink
is congratulatory tho pink of
politeness. Marriage, an offer there
of, or an invitation thereto, is ex
pressed by white wax, symbolising
purity of intention, embodying sucli
ideas as are conveyed by orange
blossoms, lilies, and the clouds of
soft white raiment in which brides
delight to clothe their blushing love
liness. If agitation reigns in a lover's
breast, the sweet conflict of hopo
and despair, it is expressed by a
wax which is of no particular colour,
but of several hues artfully combin
ed, and by their harmonised con
fusion telling of the storm that rages
within the heart of tho sender. In
this way love letters are mado to
toll their own tale were they are
opened just as business letters seal
ed with staring red can bo tossed
aside until the tenderer missives are
perUsed. This fashion is a pretty
conceit worthy of an nc;o of elabor
ate and ingenious trifling.
SIR EVELYN WOOD AND HIS CHAPLAIN.
A gossip from the African camp
relates Sir Evelyn Wood did not get
on very well with his chaplain. On
one occasion, tho following conversa
tion took place: "When aro you
going to leave us, Mr. ?"
asked the general. "Oh, about the
same time that you do yourself, I
suppose," meekly answered thd
parson. "Oh, I don't know so
much about that," said Sir Evelyn,
"for I want'your tent, nnd I can't
spare your rations much longer."
"Ah! but .1 want my tent myself,
general, though I don't want spare
rations." "Yes, but you know
mine is the 'flying column,' and I
can't bo expected to fly with a lot
of parsons hanging on my coat
tails." "Well, general, all I can
say is that if you call seven miles
and a half a day flying, I think I
shall be able to keep up with you"
this was a facer. "That's all very
well, said the general, a little net
tled, "but I hear now that there's a
Roman Catholic chaplain about to
join us, and if ho docs I declare I'll
put him in your tent." "If you do,
I daresay I shall have sufficient
strength to put him out again,"
meekly observed the
the interview ended.
parson, aud so
THE PRAIRIE DOC DISAPPEARING.
Tho bounty of llvo cents for each
and every prairio dog scalp by the
Territory hns hail the effect of
greatly diminishing Iho number of
these pests. Scalps nio pouring into
the eleiks' olllces, and warrants ag
gregating heavy siunB have already
been drawn in favor of tho prairie
The prairio dog is a pest which
the farmers of this West must rid
thomselves of. Grass, growing grain
and vctetnblQS nio subject not only
to attack from them, but to abso
lute eradication. Instances have, of
late years, been ftuqiiuiit where tho
work of an entire Spring, and con
sequently tho fruits of a year's toll
and care, have been rendered nuga
tory and destroyed by one week's
work of tho dogs.
On tho cattle xaiiges, too, they
fin dreaded. Ilcie they no
destroy the grass of immanso
hut their straight, deep furrows,
open and innumerable, aio the pro
lific souices of accidents to liders,
frequently deadly in character.
Many n cowboy, riding swiftly nnd
fearlessly to his duty, lias been
violently hurled to tho ground, nnd
seriously if not fatally injured by
his horse stepping into a prairio dog
hole, Romance nnd sentiment find
small sympathy when opposed to
utility and progress, and Washing
ton living's prairie dogs must follow
Cooper's Indians. Cheyenne
A WOODEN LEC.
Speaking of wooden legs, there is
nn old soldier employed in the Gov
ernment service in this city, who '
has had some experience with an
artificial limb, his own one having
been taken off at the knee. Among
the most amusing was one with a
sleeping-car porter. The .pampered
railway tyrant rarely earns his
quarter all around by his pretence
of blacking shoes and flipping dust
from his victim's back ; but it is the
habit of this wooden-legged man to
utilize the colored man in taking off
that leg, and making him cam his
hire. On one train, lie struck nn
uppish sort of porter.
lie told a couple of men in the
car his purpose, and they joined in
with him. lie wears his shoo firmly
fastened to his wooden leg, having
no need to remove it, and having
fallen once from a loose shoe. After
his berth had been made up, he
went to the dressing-room and un
strapped ids leg, keeping hold of
tho strap, and then got into his
berth. Then he called the porter.
"I've got rheumatism, anil can't
bend over," lie said; "and I wish
you'd pull off that shoe." The
porter untied the shoe and tried to
pull it of-, but it wouldn't come.
"Pull hard," said the passenger.
The porter gave it another pull.
"Oh, brace against the berth and
pull!" said the passenger. The
porter had blood in his eye. lie
put his foot against the berth, and
pulled like a dentist. The pas
senger let go the strap, and the
ncgio fell back with tho shoe and
leg. "Oh, you've pulled off my
leg!" shrieked the passenger. The
porter dropped it; and, with his
eyes bulging .and teeth chattering,
he broke from the car.
lie concealed himself in the corner
of the baggage car ; and pretty soon
tho two other conspirators came in,
pretending they didn't know where
lie was, sat down on a trunk and
talked over the awful condition of
the man whose leg had been pulled
off, and about the penalty tiie negro
would have to suffer, if he should
be caught. The porter was of no
service to anybody that night, even
after they explained the joke to
him. Milwaukee Sentinel.
A Malanioras correspondent of
the Globc-J)cmocmt telegraphs, July
23rd, as follows concerning affairs
in Tamaulipas. Federal troops aro
now in strong force up the country
and have captured four more prison
ers. Though it is thought the bulk
of 'the revolutionists found the
frontier too hot for theni and havo
broken through the troops and re
treated to the mountains in the in
teiior of the State, the movement
was not well planned, and the up
river ranchers, even those adverse
to Cullaru, became convinced it had
no political importance and was only
being used by a lot of border bandits
to plunder ranches and steal horses,
they therefore organized strong
parties for their own defense and to
aid the troops.
It is said that General Gomez
severely censured Col. Cawazos for
taking any prisoners and for not
treating as bandits those captured
nnd, under the provisions of the new
law, immediately executing them.
The movement in the State of Nuovo
Leon is similarly looked on. The
most important party up is Caseo,
who has foity men, and heavy force
is after him. Soldna. a would-be
Revolutionist, recently captured,
was all fixed for a horse-stealing
expedition, aud was riding an animal
stolen from Ililhnan's ranch iu
Serious conflicts took place in
Amsterdam, between the populace
and police and troops, arising from
the prohibition of a popular game
on Sunday. The prohibited game
is the killing of eels attached to a
cord over a canal, a degrading pas
time among the lower classes.
Eighteen policemen were wounded.
Eastern Oysters !
Ex Zealandia, at
O LUSO HA.WAIIANO.
ALL persons ho want to conununi.
cnto with the Poiluguoiio, either
for bubbles, or for procuring workmen,
servants or any other helps, will find il
tho most profitable wuy to udvertibo In
the Luio itiwiiiiano, tho new organ of
the Purtumc colony, which is pub
lished on MeichanUtiiei, Gitstltt lluilil.
ing, (l'ost.OIIIco Butter Box B,), and
only charges reuaouahlo rates for advertisements.
E. E. MAYHEWT,
CONTBAOTOlt & BUILDKH,
BG Hotel street, . Honolulu, II. I.
(Oppoalto Fashion Stnblts).
P. 0. Box 315; Boll Telephone 53.
All work In my lino fidthfully done.
Plnns and specifications inndc. Job.
bmg In all detnilB done nt shot t notice.
Good Work mid IiOir Charge
Is my Motto. flO
Ex Mariposa, from New Zealand.
yates & Mckenzie,
No. 2C Fort Street.
Opposlto O. S. S. Co.'s Wharf.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Havo just Bcceivcd, by the
" FUltST BISMAllOK, "
Full AKHortmcnt ol
Seers, Wines ant Litnors,
St. Pauli Beer.
A Splendid Line of
ri Hnnrlo PI nth inn
VI J UUUUOj UlUllllllgj
Filter Presses aud Filter Press Cloth,
Sugar and Conl Bags, all sizes;
Hemp Twine, Gilvanized Fence Wire,
with Fish Platcp, Bolts and Spikes,
l'ouianu uemcnl, lull wclgnt,
Booting Slates, Havana Cigars,
A number of the much-favored
with a large quantity of the most popu.
YELLOW SHEATHING METAL
Also, Swedish Matches, Crockery,
01 tf Etc., Etc.
TIIE undersigned, having been ap
pointed an Assignee of thu Estate
of P. ICauiniakaolc S. Co- of Makaalac,
Hano, Maui, bankrupts, all persons in
debted to Riiicl Estate are hereby notified
to pay the same immediately to the un
dersigned. W. O. PARKE, Assignee.
Honolulu, Aug. 7, 1880. 09 lw
124 Beretania Street,
Is Now Open.
Cheap, in any Quantity.
09 nUBTACE & ROBERTSON, flm
A Splendid Opportunity.
jlMSA Any person desirous of pro
fUaSCJH curing u pleasant homo can
do so by applying to the un
dersigned. 'I his houses and lot is situ
ated on Fort street, next to the Gyronn.
slum Building. Tho grounds are plant
ed with many raro trees and plants.
C. K. MILLER'S
01 lm Business Agency.
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Ad6"'-
42 Merchant St., HonoMii.
My most faithful attention wilt be
given for tho
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tho residents of the
70 1 novum) Islands of DiU group, fly
complaints havo readied mo of
late from some of mv customers
that they can purchase Hawaiian. mndc
Soap cheaper than I have been selling
it, I beg to state that I havo always
transacted my business in a fair nnd
straightforward way, charging tho same
price to all alike, and selling at a
moderate rate; and at the same time I
would inform my customers aud thu
public that from and ufter this data my
price will he $7 per 100 lbs.
T. W. HA.WLINS.
Honolulu Soap Works, Leleo, Hono
lulu, Juno 31st. SO
Haw'n Carnage Manf 'g!Co.,
E.O. Hall & Bon,
Intcr.Island S. N. Co.,
C. Brewer & Co.,
Wniluku Sugar Co.,
Ileclprocity Sugar Co.,
L. A. THUHSTON, Stock Brokei.
89 Merchant Street, 151 ly
Fauktiif SufiarC . Xutlcei
THERE will lo a Spcchl Meeting of
the Stockholders of the PAUKAA
BUGAH CO', ot the rftlco of C. Brewer
& Co., Honolulu, on MONDAY, August
10, 1880, nt 10:30 o'clock a.m. By order
of ihc Directors. P. O. JONES.
401 td Sec'y Paukna Sugar Co.
BY a flrst-clnss Portuguese Gardener,
a situation in a gentleman's place,
where he can make himself generally
useful, by Attending at the same time to
oilier h out el mid duties. Please apply
to Messrs. Gonsalves it Co., Beaver
Black, Honolulu. 401 8t
REAL ESTATE for SALE.
PAIITIES desiring to purchase thu
property situate on the makai
corner of Palace Walk anil Punchbowl
street, in this city, can leatn'terinn nnd
price by applying lo the undersigned.
The property lias several buildings up.
on same, nil at present occupied by ten
ants, and the annual rental is $1,2G0.
Honolulu, August 4, 18S0. 97 lw
NOTICE is hereby given, that I lmvo
(his day revoked my power of At
torney to Apail, dated 27th day of Do.
eember, 1880, recorded liber 07, pogo
223, in ltcgistcr Office, Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu. July 17, I860. 81 lm
Having secuied the Services of
Geo. G. Stratemeyer
we arc prepared to execute all
. House or fSig-n
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Mortgagee's Notice of
NOTICE is hereby given that in ac
cordance with a Power of Sale
contained in a certain mortgnge deed,
dated the 2nd day of September, A.D.
KSi, made by ioanc Moiuiit oi waiiua.
uka, Kawnihiiu, Island of Kauai, to
John Ross of Honolulu, nnd recorded in
tho oltice of the Keglstrar of Convey
ances, at Honolulu, in Liber 01, on
poges 160 nnd 181, and for a breach of
conditions in said mortgage deed lon
tnincd, to wit: the non-payment thereof,
all and singular the premises described
in said mortgnge deed, will, after the
time limited by law, be sold nt public
auction in Honolulu.
The property to be sold under the said
power of Sale is situated nt Leleo, Ho
nolulu, Island of Onhu, and consists of
n House nnd Lot, more particularly des
cribed in K.P. 2358, L.C.A. 2133.
JOHN ROSS, Mortgagee.
By W. C. PAiiun, his Attorney.
Honolulu, July 24, 1880. 88 3w
Crystal Soda M
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, Sarsaparilla,
Fruit Syrups and Essences ami
made from the pure Apple, all of which
we guarantee to ho the best.
I" We also invite parties intending
starting stores for the sale of iced
drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
to.call on us before going elsewhere.
Tin Crystal Soia Works,
P. O. Box 807, Honolulu.
Mer-IsM 1 1 Co.,
The Best Route
to tho World Jlenowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and staunch
8teamer W. C. Hal!
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
Friday, August 13th.
Tho steamer passes ulong the entire
coast of fho leeward side of Hawaii, af.
fordiug tourhts a panorama of charm,
ing scenery, and will stop nt Kcaluke.
kuu Bay, where sufficient, time Is allow,
cd to visit tho Monument of Captain
Tourists by this route reach Punaluu
at 0 o'clock on the day nffer leaving
Honolulu, being only ono night on tho
vessel, making tho entire postage in
smooth water. At Punaluu there Is thu
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists v ill be conveyed
by railroad to Pahala, thence by stage
coach tollalf.way House, where horaea
and guides will be in attendance tocou.
voy fliein to tho Volcano.
Tourists will havo two nights and one
whole day at the Volcano House. ,
Tickets far the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to IIAIUtY AUM1TAGE,
Agent, at Willlums' Photograph Gallery,
Port street, or at tho office of tho 1. 1. 8.
N. Co., Esplanade. 370 Cm
Choice Property for Sale.
LOT COKNEK OF FORT AND
School Streets, belonging to Mr. it.
Louisson. Enquire at the ofttoe of
M.tl. Q1UNBAUM & CO.,
8C lm Queen streets,
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