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Honolulu Flro Department x
Hook & LKddcr No. 1 10.00
Kawalahao Church 25.00
Kaiunnknplll Church M-00
Thomas Squnrc 200.00
"Brnnch Hospital Kakaako . . . . . 100.00
Quarantine Hospital 25.00
Queen's Hospital 150.00
fetation House Hospital 25.00
.T. II. Btown's Stable 115.00
Koyal School 05.00
Fort Street School 115.00
Pohukalna School 25.00
Kawniuhao School 10.00
Smith htreet School 10.00
lie form at ory School 75.00
Lojcornei- Berotanla &, Pllkol
His Majesty, Hclsdenee Walklkl 100.00
His Majesty, Residence Ilonua-
His Majesty, Residence Ululanl 75.00
His Majesty, Residence Garden
His Majesty.Boat House 10 00
Ms Majesty, Kawalahao Laws.. 25.00
Ills Majesty, Paddock (2) 50.00
His Excellency J. O. Domini.. 5.00
Chas. T. Gullek L'5.00
Hon. John M. Kapena 25.00
Hon. S. G. "Wilder 50.00
R. Llshmau 50.00
Prof. W. 1). Alexander 25.00
Royal Hawaiian Agricultural
Society, Maklkl 50.00
Royal Hawaiian Agricultural
Society, King Stieet 100.00
.Superintendent uud Employees
Water Works GO.OO
Estate W. C. Jones 25.00
T. II. Hobron 50.00
H..B. M. Commissioner J. II.
French Commissioner Henri
Eeer t 33 00
Japaueso Commissioner R. W.
Japanese Consul T. Ando 25.00
H. R. II. Lilluokalaul, Palama. CO.OO
II. R. II. Liliuokalani, Waikikt. 33.00
Her Majesty, Puuoa 25.00
Her Majesty, Kawalahao Lane. 15.00
Her Majesty, Rates on Aiakea
Fish Market 50.00
Catholic Grave Yard 35.00
W. T. Akau "I free by deed. . 200.00
31. A. P. Carter J free by deed. . 00.00
T. M. O. A .. 25.00
.Honolulu Free Library 25.00
iC. W. Hart (2 places) !!0,00
Saluting Battery 10.00
Rep. Keau presented a majority
report from the select committee on
the items to pay the Hayselden es
tate certain sums on account of
bridges. They find the contract for
bridge at Waialtia to have been
$17,500, and that .for bridge at
Waimea $1-1,500 ; total 832,000, on
which 27,000 had been paid, leav
ing a balance of $5,000, with in
terest of $1,077.89, which made
:$G, 677.89 due said estate, and the
.committee recommend the appro
priation of the items forming that
amount, viz., Wailua $4,554.78,
and Waimea $2,123.11. The re
port was signed by Messrs-. Keau,
Kauai, Richardson and Gibson, Mr.
jKalua declining to sign it. The
ch airman moved the bill be laid on
the i able to await the minority re
port. Rep. Kalua considered both con
tracts to have been frauds, and was
speaking against the adoption of
the report, when the point was
raised that the adoption was not
before the house.
The majority report was tabled.
Rep. Dickey desired to renew bis
motion of yesterday, to suspend the
rules for the admission of the reso
lution regarding the seat of E.
Rep. Kaulukou raised the point,
which was sustained, that there was
4io resolution before the house.
Rep. Thurston moved the passage
.of the bankruptcy bill 'to engross
ment, which carried, and the bill
'Was ordered to be read a third time
on Tuesday next.
Rep. Richardson read a first time
.an act to establish a board of equa
Uization of taxes in each district.
iRep. Hayselden moved a suspen
aion of the rules to have the bill
read a second time by title, which
1,,a8 done and the bill ordered to be
Minister Creighton gave notice of
an act C9 amend chap. 41, laws of
1884, for- the fincouragement of
ocean telegraphs. It offers a sub
sidy of not more than $20,000 per
annum for a term not exceeding 15
years. On suspension of thp rules,
the bill was advanced to engross
ment and ordered to be read a third
time on Tuesday next. The Intro
ducer explained that the amend
ment was to admit of encourage
ment being given to possible cable
communication with p. point on the
American Coast either north or
south of San Francisco, provided no
schemo is consummated for a cable
to that city, to which the law of
last session exclusively referred.
The President appointed, as the
select committee on road damages,
.ordered yesterday Messrs. Gihson,
Castle, lirown, Clcghorn and Keau.
OHDUIt OP THE DAV.
The house took up the order of
the day, resolving itself into com
mittee of thp whole for the con
sideration Qf' the tax bill, Noble
Wilder in the chair.
Sec. 4, amending sec, 20 of the
act of 1882, was, on motion of Rep.
Hayselden, struck out, because the
section to which it related had been
Sec. 5, amending sec. 21 of said
act, passed on motion of Rep. Hay
selden, as, follows: "Every agent
for any person temporarily or per
manently absent from this kingdom,
and" every banker, broker, money
llendcr, attorney t law, -trustee,
treasurer, executor, administrator
or guardian, shall bo assessed sep
arately in resuect of each.property
ior trust which he represents, and
shall be chargeable with the tax
payable in respect thereof In tho
same foamier ris If ouch property
were his own, and he shall be
assessed respectively in his namo as
representative of tho property or
trust ho represents ; and such
assessment shall bo kept separate
and opart from his individual assess
ment." Sec. C,"amcnding sec. 22, passed
with sliglil amendments, rending as
follows: ''Every agent, banker,
broker, money lender, attorncy-at-law,
trustee, treasurer, executor,
administrator and guardian shall,
for tho putposes of this act, be
deemed an agent, and shall be
answerable for the performance of
all such nets, matters or things as
are required to be done by virtue of
this act in respect of the assessment
of the property which he represents,
and tho payment of tuxes thereon ;
and shall be under and subject to the
like penalty or liability for any
neglect, refusal or default as any
other person, and shall be author
ized to recover from any person in
whose behalf ho is compelled to pay
any tax, the amount so paid by him,
or to retain out of any money which
shall come to him in his representa
tive character so much from time to '
time as shall be sutllcicnt to pay
such tax, and shall be indemnified
for all payments which lie shall
make in furtherance of this act."
Sees. 7 and 8, relating to mort
gages, were, on motion of Rep. Hay
selden, struck out.
Sec. 9, amending sec. 25, was
read as follows: "The interest of
every person in any property shall
be separately assessed (except as
hereinbefore provided in respect to
shareholders in or members of com
panies) and every person shall be
liable to taxation in, respect of the
full cash value of his interest in
Rep. Dole opposed the change,
which went behind the leases of
land, nd lpoved the Bection be
. Rep. Hayselden supported the
section, claiming that equal assess
mentsy conld not be made under the
present law. lie mentioned two
properties on King street, of equal
value, one of which was assessed at
$20,000 and the other at $2,500,
because one was leased at full value
and the other at a nominal rate.
Rep. Thurston spoke against the
section, holding that it would not
effect the object sought.
Minister Dare supported the sec
tion, arguing at length that the
Government had a right to an
increase of taxes on property as its
value was enhanced by the progress
of the country and the protective
care of tile Government.
Rep. Aholo, at 12 :05, moved for
a recess till 1:30, which carried.
'in nity tiUii.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1886.
Stmr C R Bishop for Lahaina and Ha-
makua at 10 a in
Schr Haleakala for Pepeekeo
Schr Malolo for Laupahoehoe
Schr Wailele for Paia
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W.
Stmr W G Hall for Lahaina Maalaea
and Kan at 10 a in
Bk Furst Bismark fos Portland Oregon
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktno W il Dimond Swift
Bktuc Ella Rust
Tern Eva Wikinan
S S Zealandla
Ger bk Livingstone
Bktne Mary vViuUelinan, Backus
Gcr schr Mary O Bohin,
Ger bk Furst Bismarck, Vandcr Viug
Bk Hoiden, Joycnson
Norwegian bark Aurora, Sutterlaud
Haw brig Allle Rowe, J Phillips, from
Hongkong, due Sopt 10 to Nov 10.
Bol bark Don Nicolas, Ross, from
Poit Townsend, W T, due July 20-31.
Nic bk Rlmijio, Howard, from De
parture Bay, B O, due June 25-30.
Ger bark Pacific, Oltman, from Bre
men, due Sent 20-30,
Am bark California, from Port Town
send, W T, duo Aug 1-11.
Bilt.bk Jsle of Erin, Nicholson, from
Liverpool, due July 15-31.
Aril bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Boston,- due August 20-31.
Brit ship Annum, from Liverpool, due
Am schr Ida Schnauer, from Eureka,
Cal, due at Kabul ul, July 20-30.
lirlt bark Iioncrag, from Liverpool,
duo October 15r30.
Brit hark W II Watson, from Liver
pool, due October l-i'O,
Am ship Fahlleld, from llougkong,
duo August 20-30.
Am bark Nicolas Thayer, Crosby,
fiom Newcastle, N S AV", duo August
Am bark Elsinoic. G AV .Tonka, from
Newcastle, N S AV, duo August 20-30.
Am hark Pacific Slope, Barnes, from
Newcastle, N S AV, duo September
O'S S Australia, (Haw), II Webber,
from San Francisco, August 23d.
R M S S Mararoa, (But) James Edle,
from the Colonic", en route to San
Francisco, due August 28th.
Am hgt uo Discovery, H Meyer, from
San Francisco, due Aug 13-17
Am bark F P Lctchtord, J Babcock,
from Hongkong, due Aug 11-18
The Schr Catcnua sails this afternoon
for Pearl River to load bauunas for the
Tho Leliuu is receiving a thorough
overhauling on tho Marine Railway.
Thero must bo good stuff in Col
onel Fred Grant, Tho Grant &
Ward failure left him in debt $800,
000, and ho has already paid 500,.
000 of it, and ho declares that ho
will pay every dollar. It is liis opitir
inn that tho convict "Ward has
$3,000,000 Jiidden away. Alta
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The bashful boys will dance this
evening. . . .
Mit. .7. J. Williams' little boy is Se
i m m m
Honolulu Coniniandery, No. 1 K.
T. assumhlu at 7 :3() this evening.
Te.Nijeh.s aio invited for supplies to
Oahu prison, and will be receivcdtill
12 o'clock noon of August 30, 188G.
Thehe will be a battalion drill of
all the volunteer military, at Palace
Square, this evening, under com
mand of His Majesty the King.
. . .
Tin: foundations arc down and the
walls commenced for Mr. J. F. Col
burn's hay and feed store, on King
street, west of Maunakca street.
Tun steamer V. G. Hall sails to
morrow at 10 a. M., for Lahaina,
Maalaea, Kona and Kau. Shu will
take four tubular boilers to Pabala,
Mr. J. Lyons' icgulur casb sale, at
which a variety of articles will be
offered, including some raie books,
commences at 10 o'clock to-morrow
morning. ' ,
AAroitD has been received from
Molokai of a house which while being
moved at Kamalo last week toppled
over ii native workman inflicting
severe injuries. He was not expec
ted to recover.
The Chinese proprietors of tho
Astor House thumped their white
cashier in front of tho establishment
yesterday afternoon. A crowd soon
gathered and the belligerent parties
Tun persons who made the side
walk on Fort street in front of Mr.
W. G. Irwin's house and the Foit
strcet Church deserve the thanks of
the community. The dirt and dust
are so thick there, as to ho blinding.
Mns. E. R. Hendry, accompanied
by Mr. Harry LoAvis, went over the
Pali by moonlight Tuesday night, to
join Mrs. H. Berger at Kaneohe. Mr.
Lewis returned to Honolulu yester
day, while Mrs. Hendry is yet at
The go-as-you-please race, which
came oil' at the skating rink, last
night, was won by Joe. The distance
of 5 miles was run in 30 minutes.
Another race takes place on Saturday
evening, between Hartmun and
Napoleon 2 miles on skates,
Mu. Jas. Murray, Mrs. T. It. Day,
Miss Champ, Prof. Kellog and wife,
Mr. S. Roth, Geo. C. Williams and
wife, Mr. Dan. Foster, Miss Eva Put
nam and Mr. J. H. Putnam, have en
gaged passage to San Francisco by
S. S. Zealandla Saturday.
A little general store that is, a
store that keeps dry goods, groceries,
etc., without being confined to any
one particular line owned and con
ducted by two Portuguese, Madeira
& Dias, is jammed in between Chinese
stores on King street west, where the
fire made a clean sweep of every
Messrs. Hackfeld & Co. will com
mence an important credit sale on
Wednesday, 18th inst., which will
continue over the three following
days. The lines of goods to be dis
posed off can be learned by reading
an advertisement in this paper.
Messrs. E. P. Adams fe Co. arc the
Sam, shipping master for Wildcr's
S. S. Co., takes a pleasure in telling
of a narrow escape he had recently
from the jaws death. Sam bays ho
was very sick (rheumatism was his
complaint), and was getting worse
when ho heard that four kahunas
wero praying him to death. These
kahunas while imploring the saints
to take Sam's life, had a quanel.
They simultaneously and unknown
to each other prayed for Sam to live,
and he immediately became well.
Thp meeting of tho Rifles last even
ing was interesting. They have se
cured Central Park rink for an ar
mory, and will move into it next
week. The boys aro to have white
fatiguo uniforms made of duck, given
to the Rifles by His Majesty. During
tho evening an order from head
quarters was read, icquesting tho
Hopolulu Rifles to assemble at the
armory this evening and to-morrow
evening, to participate in a battalion
drill under command of His Majesty
Artists' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Strotchoi-H, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. 90 Gt.
For fine Ice Cream, Cakes and
Candies, go to tho reliahlo Elito Ico
Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel street. Their
Ico Cream is recognized as the best
in town by all connoihseuiri. 01
Dit. Flint's Hkart Rkmkdv- is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and a)so for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Pescriptivo book
with evoiy hottlo. Ilonbon Smith &
Co., Agents. 351
O "Thk Pi:n is MicniTimt than
sJtiij; Swouul" That's so, and all
Othe swords jn Hon, Kuulukou'sw
army will not achievo nuc yjc "
-torics as will tho splendid assort-n
K ment of Gold I'eim now on view O
gat J. M. Oat, Jr., ii Co.'s store. g
Holders to match in styles to suit
p everybody's liking, Get ouo, and g
d ho a conqueror thereby in love, 55
literature or law ! 403-lt
Patronizk Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. AAr. Hingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepared to fill all
ordors, at t)iu lowest possible whole
snjo prices. Jsland prdors solicited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
thfc fuel "ho ileeinso is required" (6
dell these cigars. Do not forgot tho
riamo J. V. Hinglcy, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
Honolulu, Aug. 11, 188G.
Editor Bui.kktin: 1 notice in
your paper of tho 10th an item
about dissatisfied cattle drivers,
making a speech to the public, in
front of the Pacific Hardware Com
pany's store. As there seems to be
a lellection cast upon that firm I
wisli to say that these men wore
paid SliliOO for the previous day's
drive and a few hours work on
the following morning, making about
$4.00 for each man's services. All
were satisfied except one Napoleon,
who was under the influence of
strong drink, and wanted nil the
money put into his hands. The
Pacific Hardware Company had
nothing to do whatever with tho
matter. .louse Guack,
Manager Woodlawn Dairy and
H. R. H. PRINCESS LILIUOKALANI'S
The birthday anniversary of II. R.
II. Princess Liliuokalani, occurs on
the 2nd day of September. The
Princess will lie "at home" at 2
o'clock on the afternoon of that day,
at her Muolaulani residence, Palama,
to the members of the following
societies: The first and second
divisions of Liliuokalani Educational
Society, Hookuonoouo Society, and
Nihoa Society. Members of these
societies will please regard this as
an intimation that Her Royal High
ness will be pleased to receive thcln
on the day and at the hour and
place above mentioned.
A DOUBLE WEDDING.
The weddings of Mr. Geo. Mark
ham and Miss II. Turtou, Mr.
Henry Bertclman and Miss Emma
Markham, took place last night at
the Markham residence, Kalihi.
The marriage ceremonies were per
formed in the early part of the
evening, before the majority of the
guests arrived. Mr. Markham and
Miss Turton were the first united by
the Right Rev. the Bishop of Olba
and the Rev. A. Mackintosh. The
bride's dress was composed of white
crape, trimmed with Spanish lace.
Her hair was tastily decorated with
orange blossoms. As she entered
the large and handsomely appointed
parlor, where tho ceremony was per
formed, she looked charming, At the
conclusion of the Markham-Turton
ceremony, Mr. Bertclman and Miss
Markham wore joined in wedlock by
Rev. A. Mackintosh. Miss Mark
ham was superbly dressed. She
wore a basque of white brocade and
a skirt of white silk. The costume
was artistically trimmed with Span
ish lace. Her hair was also wreathed
with flowers. When tho ceremonies
were over congratulations were
tendered and presents given. The
gifts were numerous and elegant.
Solid silver coffee and tea sets, in
pitchers, butter dishes, vases and
punch bowls, were among the pres
ents. At about 10 o'clock the
guests were invited to adjourn to
the lanai, and partake of a lavish
supper prepared by Mr. H. Hart.
After dining, dancing commenced
io the euphonious strains of a native
string band, and continued until
after midnight. Thero were about
GO persons present, among whom
were His Majesty the King, His Ex.
Gov. J. O. Dominis, Col. Curtis P.
Iaukea, Col. G. W. Macfariane,
Col. J. II. Boyd, Hon. Paul Neu
mann, Hon. J. L. Kaulukou, Major
Holt and bride, Henry Armitagc
and many others. The newly mar
ried couples will remain for the
present at the Markham house,
where a grand luau will be given
this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Next
Monday Mr. and Mrs. H. Berj;elman
and Mr. and Mrs. Markham, with a
number of ftiends, will leayc for
TllUKSDAY, Aug. 12th.
Ahuna, brought up on the 9th,
on the charge of opium in posses
sion, was discharged, a nol pros,
having been entered by the prosecu
tion. Hy, MendoB, assault and battery,
Ah Yuen, opium in possession,
$51.20 and hard labor 20 days.
W. E. Foster vs. 'C. N. Arnold,
839.11. Judgment for plaintiff.
Yong Hiii Lang Po Sing, assumpsit
on note, for $03.30. Judgment for
plaintiff. Expenses and interest,
Sing Choy Co. vs. Hop Wo In et
al, assumpsit on note for $122.
Judgment confessed. Expenses
Jolm Peter vs. W. L. 'Wilcox,
assumpsit for $85, Plaintiff testi
fied having received $0.0 on account.
Judgment for plaintiff $25. Inter
est and expenses, $8.-10.
Lowers & Cooke, vs. John Akiua,
assumpsit fpr balancp on note
$G2.00. Judgmpnt confessed, In
terest and expenses, $20.54,
Monday brought a series of suc
cesses for newspaper men. Tlio
Alta's representative wus arrested
for attending, professionally, a
prizo-fight, which loathsome exhibi
tion ho was compelled to report.
Thu J'ost reporter was downed in a
ciitch-as-catoli-can with tho State
Senate, and an Examiner man was
cast in a dungeon for contempt of
Court. AUa Cula.
5fr. .toheai "Xo dinner Idstlnv?
'That's n nice stnto of 'affairs.
Where's Mrs. J6ne3?" Servant:
'Writing, sir." Mr. Jones: "Writ
ing what, pray?" Servant: "I
don't know exactly, sir, but I think
she said it's an aiticle for the
Housekeeper about how 'It's Better
to Keep House than to Board,' sir,
or something of that sort." Ex
change. WANTED, by
a Youug Man, a
Hookkeencr or any
other tiiijtwnrtliv employment; Willi
bett reference. Anplv to
403 Ht '.X, this Onice.
($5 There will lie a re.
'P., THIS EVEN.
INQ at T:!,0 o'clock
A full attendance, la
rcciucstcd. as buslines of iim,f,ihitii-n
will come up. (It; II. J. NOLTE.E.C.
Attention ! Honolulu Rifles.
Aiimui'.v Honolulu RiFi.r.s,
Honolulu, Aug. 18, lBdO. f
Company Order No. 1HJ
j'.vciy luuuiut-r 01 iuih vom.
maud i hereby ordered to ap.
pear at the Aiuiory In' KA.
TIUUE UNIFORM at 0:110
o'clock this r. m. sharp, for Bat.
tallion Drill. By order,
II. F. UEBBARD,
First Lieutenant Cotnnmndini;.
CARD of THANKS.
MRS. HERMAN FAUTI1 roturns her
heartfelt thanks to tho Hon. 8. G.
WILDER, President of the Wilder
Blcumsliip Co , and to tlio olllcers and
employees of that company, for their
very kind, sympathetic auU generous
relief to her on tho death of her late
husband; Mr. Wilder having paid all
tho funeral expenses, and all having
made up a liandomo sum of money for
herself uud children; and she earnestly
invokes upon them all the blessings
promisid tho frii-mis of the widow and
Regular Gash Sale
FltlDAY, August ltftli,
At 10 a.m., at my Bnk-M-ooms, I will oiler
at Public Auction, a full line of
Dry G-oods, Clothing,
Lamp Chimneys, Groceries, etc.,
15a;s No. 1 and u Sugar,
Maui Potatoes and Coin,
N. Z. Potntocs, Canned Fruits and
Boxes Codfish, Cigars, &c.
Chairs, Tables, Bedsteads, Mattrabtes,
Cooking Stovi-, Book Case, Clothes
Wringer, Pictures; 2 line Cairiage
Horses, one specially suited for family
Ube, also, a Ilcises broken to Harness
1 Xew Side-Bar Tup Ilnj;gy,
5 Canary Birds, 1 Parrot and lot of
AI'jo, a very Fine Collection of Books from
a Private Library, consisting in part of
2C Vols, of Washington Irving's Works,
5 Voh. Polynesian Race,
11 Campaign's oftthe Civil War,
with a vaiiet'y of other Works.
' J. JLYONS, Auctioneer.
A DIVIDEND of 5 per cent, is due
xjl and payable to the Stockholders
of the Kolou Sugar Co. at the office of
H. Hiickfeld & Co. on Augu-t 12, lb80.
403 2t J. F. HACKFELD, Trimmer.
AHORSE. The owner
can have the same by
moving property and
-navlric expenses. En.
quire at THIS OFt- ICE. 402 31
kEKIRING to close out our Shin
Chandlery and Commi.-slon Busi
ness, wo shall sell at REDUCED
PRICES and will close out our entire
Stock, good-will and lease of prcmi-cs,
at a fair valuation, to a responsible
A. W. PEIRCE&CO.
Banjo and Guitar.
ii T. A'pplly,
A Thorough Toaelier,
(SBT For terms, apply to
40P lm WEST, DUW & CO.
TWO nico comfortable Cottages on
Liliha street, near School, each at
$12 per month. Enquiru al
M. S. GRINBAUM&CO.,
88 lm Queen street.
Puulcasi Sugar Co. Notice.
THERE will l,e a Special Meeting of
tho Stockholders or tho PAUKAA
SUGAR CO. at tlio rfilcn of C. Brewer
& Co., Honolulu, on MONDAY, August
1(1, 18H0, at 10.30 o'clock a m. By order
of tho Dlrectois. P. C. .TONES,
401 til Ht-c'y Paukaa Sugar Co.
BY a llrst-class Portuguese Gurdencr,
a situation in a gentleman's place,
where, he C'lii make himself generally
useful, by attending at the snmo time to
other household duties. Please apply
to Mcsbts. Gousalvos & Co., Beaver
Black, Honolulu. 401 at
NOTICE Is heieby given, tliut I have
this day revoked my power of At
torney to Apall, duied 'J7ih day of Dc.
com her, 1K80, recorded llhor 07, puge
22a, in Hegltlcr (JlBee, Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu, July 17, 1BS0. 81 lm
Cheap, in any Quantity,
09 IIUSTAOEifc ROBEHTSON. Un
A Splendid Opportunity.
Any purton desirous of pro.
cuiing a pIcKMint homo can
do so by annlvlnt! to tho un.
dcisignid. 'I his house and lot is tltu.
ated on Fort Mrucl, next to tho Gyinna.
hium Building. Tlio grounds nro plant
ed with inuuy raio tms and plants.
O. K. MILLER'S
91 lm Business Agcucy.
wf& "-CC X JL 1
CREDIT TRADE SALE !
Wc have received instructions from Messrs. II. HACKFELD & CO., to sell nt
public auction, at their Store, Queen Street, on a liberal credit to tho trade
On WoMiy, Binflay, Friiay mi Satarflay,
August 18th, lOlh, "0th and 21st, commencing at 10 o'clock a.m. each day,
their Entire Stock of
Dry Goods and Merchandise,
As ttillowsi A largo Stook of Dry Good, such as PrlnH, Cottons, Denims, Tick,
lug. Tailors' Goods Doeskins, Buckskins, Meltons, Cotton nud Linen Drills,
Moleskins, Flannels, In any color or Quality; Merino?. Repps, Coburgt, and an
nortment of Dress Goods, lu Slllc, AVool and Cotton, Men's, Ladles' and Children's
Socks and Stockings, Woolen Blankets, In all lizes and colors; a Urge assortment
of Cotton and Woolen Shirts. A large variety of Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Hair
Oils, Toilet Soaps, etc., ctc. English and Australian Huddles, assorted styles.
A Stock of Liquors,
As follows: Brandies, Glti, Whlskcv, Rhino Wine, Ctaret, Champagne, St. Pauli
and other brands of German Beers, English Ales; German arid Havana Cigars; a
large and varied nsortiuent of Crockery and Haidwnic. Wrapping Paper, Market
Baskets; an assortment of Groceries, Soaps, Olive Oil, Vinegar In demijohns and
kegs, Paints and Oils, Coal and Sugar Bags, all sizes; White Bros,' Portland and
German Gsmcjit, Wool Pack and Filter Press Cloths, and n large assortment of
General Merchandise too numerous to particularize.
C3T" This Sale offers special inducements for Storekeepers to replenish their
StocR, as the Goods will be sold without reserve. Terms Liberal and made known
at Sale. (403 01) E. P. ADAMS & CO., Auctioneers.
Ev Mariposa, from Now Zealand.
YATES & McKENZIE,
No. 2G Fort Street.
Opposite O. S. S. Co.'s Wharf.
Mortgagee's Notice of
NOTICE is hereby given that in ac
cordance with a Power of Sale
contained in n certain mortgage deed,
dated the 2nd day of September, A.D.
1681, made by Ioane Moluhi of Wailua.
uka, Kinvnilinii, Island of Kauai, to
John Ross of Honolulu, and recorded in
the oilico of the Registrar of Convey
nnces, at Honolulu, in Liber 91, on
pages 180 and 181, and for a breach of
tained, to wit: the non-payment thereof,
all and singular the premises described
in said mortgage deed, will, after the
time limited by law. be sold at public
auction in Honolulu.
The property to be sold under the said
power of Sale is situated at Leleo, Ho
nolulu, Island of Oahu, and consists of
a House and Lot, more particularly des
cribed in R.P. 2258, L.C.A. 2133.
JOHN ROSS, Mortgagee.
Bv W. C. Parke, his Attorney.
Honolulu, July 24, 188(1. 88 3w
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, Sarsaparillo,
Fruit Syrups and Essences and
made from the pure Apple, all of which
we guarantee to bo the best.
J86? Wo also invito parties intending
starrtjig stores for tho sale of iced
drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
togcall on us beforo going elsewhere.
Hi Crystal Sola Worts,
P. O. Box 807, Honolulu.-
Mer-IsM S. I. Co.
Tlie JBest Route
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and staunch
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
Friday, August 13th.
Tho steamer passes along the cntlro
coast of the leeward side of Hawaii, af.
fording tourists a panorama of charm,
ing scenery, and will stop at Kcalake.
mm Aajr, iwiuiu Blliuuieui IIIIIU IS U1II1W.
ed to visit tlie Monument of Captain
Tourists by this route reach Punnluu
at 5 o'clock on tho day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on tho
vessel, making the cntlro pnesoge iu
smooth water. At Puualuu there is tho
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will ho conveyed
by railroad to Pallida, thence by stage
coach to Half.way House, whero horses
and guides will he in attendance to con
vey them to the Volcano,,
Tourists will have two nights aud one
whole day at tho Volcano. House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HARRY ARMITAQE,
Agent, at Williams' Photogruph Gallery,
Fort street, or nt the offlco of the 1. 1. S.
N. Co., Esplanade. 370 Cm
Choico Property for Sale.
T OT CORNER OF FORT AND
X4 School Streets, belonging to Mr. M.
L'uuisson. Enquire at the ouTce of
M.S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
80 lm Queeu streets.
Having perilled the Services of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wo aro prepared to execute all
House or Sigfix
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
H. Hackfeld & Go.
Huvp just Received, by the
" FUKST BISMARCK, "
ITuIl i.Hortineut; ol'
Beers, Wines aid Liprs,
St. "Pauli Beer.
A Splendid Line of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Filter Presses and Filter Press Cloth,
Sugar and Coal Bags, nil sizes;
Hemp Twine, GsUanied Fence Wire,
with Fish Platcp, Bolts and Spikes,
Portland Cement, full weight,
Rooting Slates, Havana Cigars,
A number of the much-fiivorcd
with a large quantity of the most pnpu.
YELLOW SHEATHING METAL
Also, Swedish Matches, Crockery,
91 tf Etc., Etc.
THE undersigned, having been ap
pointed an Assignee of the Estate
of P. Kauimakaolc A; Co- of Makanlae,
Hana, Maui, bankrupts, nil persons in
debted to suid Estate are hereby notified
to pay the same immediately to the un,
dcrsigncd. W. C. PARKE, Assignee
Honolulu, Aug 7, 1880. 99 lv
124 Beretania Street,
Is Now Open.
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Agent.
ii Mait St., HosolslD.
My most faith mi attention will bu
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
In Honolulu for tlio residents of tho
70 1 snvt-ral Islands of ihl group, fly
AS complaints have reached uie of
lute from somu of my customers
that they can purchase Hawaiian. mudo
Soop cheaper than I have been selling
it, 1 beg to state that I have always
transacted ,my business iu a fair and
straightforward way, tliargliiK tho saino
price to all alike, and selling ttt a
moderate rate; nud at tho same time I
would inform iny customers and the
public that from and after this date my
price wBI bo $7 per 100 lbs.
T. W. RAWLINS.
Honolulu Soap Works, Leleo, ilouc
lulu, Juno 21st. CO
i8 60 100
Haw'n Carriage Manf 'glCo.,
E.O. Hall & Bon,
Inter-Island S, N. Co.,
C. Brewer & Co.,
Wailuku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Bugar Co.,
L. A. THURSTON, Stock RroVei.
38 Merchant Street. 151 ly
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