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FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1880;
Stmr Kilauea Hon from windward ports
StmrlV G Hall from Hawaii aiul Maul
Stmr C R Bishop from Hamakua.
Sclir Malolo from Knlwllahllahl
Stmr AValtnaualo from Wnlmnualo
Schr Manuokawni from Koolnu
Sclir Canute for Lnupahochoo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Tern Eva for SaniFrauclco
Stmr Ktlauca Ilou for Lahalna and 11a-
innkuu at 12 uonti.
Sclir Knwallnnl for Koolnu
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktnc Discovery, Meyer
Mktnc W II Dlmoml Swift
Tern Ev.i Wlkmnn
Gcr bk Llvlng'-lone
Bktne Mary Winkclman, Backus)
Ger sehr Mary 0 Bolim,
Haw brig Allle How e, .T Phillips, from
Hongkong, tine Aug H-'.!0.
Bol bark Don Nicolas, Ko.ss, from
Tort TowiiBcml, W-T, duo July 20-31.
Nic bk ltlinljio, Howard, from De
parture Bay, B C, duo June 2ii-:i0.
Gerbnik Pacltlc, Oltinuu, from Bre
men, due Sept 20-30.
Am bark California, from Port Towu
send, "WT, due Aug 1-11.
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Boston, due August 20-31.
Am scbr Ida Sohnauer, from Eureka,
Cal, due at Kahului, July 20-30.
Am bark Nicolas Thayer, Crosby,
from Newcastle, N S W, due August
Am balk EUluore, G W .Tenks. from
Newcastle, N S V, duo August 20-o0.
Am bark Pacillc Slope, Barnes, from
Newcastle, N S V, due September
O S S Australia, (Haw), II Webber,
from San Francisco, August 23d.
R M S S Mararoa, (Brit) James Edle,
from the Colonies, en route to San
Francisco, due August 2Stb.
Am bark FP Letchford, J Babeock,
from Hongkong, due Aug 11-18
Brit bark W II Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June 9th, due here October
Brit ship Amaua, sailed from London,
April Gth, and from Madeira April 21th,
due here August 24r31.
Brit bark Iionerajr, sailed from Liver
pool, June 5'th, duo licre October 23rd
Brit bk Isle of Erin, sailed from
Glasgow, April lGth, due September 3
13. v GARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmi-Kilauea Hon 3,(iG5 bags sugar.
Stmr C ETBiAi) 3,275 bags sugar.
Schr Malolo 1,700 bags sugar.
Stmr W G Hall 3,100 bags sugar, 3d
bags awa, 53 hides, 32 cattle, 4
calves and 2 horses.
For San Francisco, per tern Eva,
Auaust 21st Geo L Fisher.
From Hamakua, per steamer O It
Bishop, August 20 J II Soper, Mrs R
M Overend and 38 deck.
From Hawaii aud Maui, per steamer
W G Hall, August 20 C Menicke, Hon
J Kauhane, E P Mctnerny, C K Akaua,
G Armstrong, E It Biven, C S Brits, (J
Atong, wife and child, Miss K Paanianl
aud 102 deck.
. SHIPPING NOTES.
Steamer C R Btshp sails on Monday
at 3 p m for Labatua aud Hamakua.
The Eva sails to-morrow morning for
San Trancslco with 7,823 bags of sugar,
weighing 802,755 lbs, and valued at
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Skating at the link this evening.
The tiustees of tho Sailors' Homo
The band is expected to-morrow
morning, from Hilo, by the steamer
By the Hall strong trades in the
channel nothing fiesh from the
Purser White, of tho steamer C.
11. Bishop, reports good weather with
a little rain at Hamakua.
A meeting of tho Sailors' Home
Society will be held at the Home to
jnorrow morning at 9:30 o'clock.
The small boy at Fort street shoot
ing gallery dressed himself in girl's
clothes the other night and fooled
The Honolulu and Benedict base
ball clubs are to play at Mnkiki to
morrow afternoon. Probably this will
be the last ganio of the season.
It is said Unit a well-known and
popular produce morchant of this
city has become tired of bachelor
hood, and will shortly take unto him
self a wlfo.
At Mncfarlane &. Co.'s Knaliumnnu
utreet store there can bo seen a live
curiosity, in tho form of a seal that
waddles about, and grunts at the
MESBitfl. Egan it Co. aro opening a
new store, Mechanics Bazaar, at the
corner of Fort aud Merchant streets.
Their f oi mal announcement will ap
i t m
Messuh. Hackfeld it CoJ's credit
sale will continue at 10 o'clock to
morrow morning. At 12 noon, a
large variety of liquors and cignrw
will bo told without ieborvo.
Mr. Lyons holds his regular cash
bale at 10 o'clock to-moi row morning,
And at 12 noon a special sale of fish
ing nets, canoes, etc., at tho former
residence of C. It, Bishop, Esq., King
On tho night of tho ejeptrio light
-exhibition at Palace Square, a gnjtur
was stolen from tho residenco of Mr.
Chas, Dwight, and yesterday it was
found to havo been stolen by one of
ho Reformatory school boys,
KAiwiuttiUllt mill 1ms stopped
grinding for tho sonoon. Tile now
cane, being welt watered with fre
quent showers, is looking splendid,
mid is so abundant that it will keep
tlio mill in operation tho whole year,
nt the noxt grinding.
- . ii 1 1 i
Tun steward of tho steamer Kilauea
Hon fell into Iho bay whilo getting
on hoard tho steamer last nighl, and
was nearly drowned. He was saved
by Mr. Morrison, second mate, who
was sleeping aboard, and heanl tho
cries of the drowning steward.
Mit. Kraft has a sullleient number
of violins nnd guitars, ot all sizes,
from small babies to full-grown
fathers, hung around the walls of his
shop on King Btieot, to furnish ouch
of the musically inclined of a large
colony with an instrument apiece.
Horizontal bars and rings are to
bo put up in the Rilles' new annory,
for tho boys to excrcis-e themselves
with. Mr. Alex. Robertson will pies
ent the company with a set of boxing
gloves, and it is likely that a set of
chess pieces will be presented to the
organization. The arnioiy is being
fitted up by degrees, and as it will be
open every uvening, except Sundays,
it is likely to become a pleasant resort
for the members.
Editor Bulletin: If the lion,
members for Lihuc and Koolauloa
are not better posted in matters per
taining to the country in general,
than they are on thoso of the St.
Louis College, their wisdom ought
to sell at a discount in the Legisla
tive Assemblj'. Their few remarks
in Monday's session show either
ignorance, bad faith, or narrow
minded prejudice, and neither of
these is to their credit as legislators.
With regard to Hon. TMr. Brown's
assertion "that the St. Louis College
is a rich institution and has money
out at interest," I will merely say
that he is quite welcome to both
capital and interest, provided he
gives his vote for the 810,000 sub
sidy, but I am afraid that they will
not make him a cent richer.
THE BANANA BUSINESS.
Editor Bulletin: Please oblige
by giving insertion to the following
facts relating to the banana trade,
as an offset to the insinuations of
to-day's P. C. Advertiser:
When the Suez was running
freight came down to 40 or 50 cents
per bunch, and continued after the
Mariposa aud Alameda commenced
running, until Spreckels bought off
the P. M. steamers, when they went
up to to cents.
But by the competition and low
freights exporters paid as high as
81 per bunch here and caused such
a stimulus to the business, that dou
ble quantities were planted ; but by
the time they were ready for ship
ment Spreckels & Co. had every
thing their own way. Freights were
raised; accommodation was fear
Fruit was ruined by bad usage
one particular thing the narrator
saw himself while passenger to San
Francisco last year. The sailors
were allowed to run over the fruit,
stow ropes thereon, paint their flag
staff thereon, and no cover on bana
nas, but every step taken ruined so
Last year nearly every steamer
carried over 3,000 bunches bananas.
This year about 2,000.
A BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
The fire insurance agents of Hono
lulu held a meeting this morning at
the otllce of Mr. Jaeger. The forma
tion of a Board of Fire Underwriters,
which had been mooted for some
six months, came to a focus. Mr.
Schaefer was elected President, Mr.
G. W. Mncfarlane- Vice-President,
and Mr. C. O. Borger, Secretary and
Treasurer. A constitution and by
laws which had been carefully drawn
up were adopted. The object of the
Board is to promote harmony among
the insurance agents, and to estab
lish just and equitable rates on all
property insured. A li&t of rates
will shortly be prepared and printed.
A BIC HAUL.
Yesterday evening, shortly after
5 o'clock, a school of akule fish en
tered shoal water, between the Ma
rine Railway and tho Kapiolani bath
house. They were first seen by two
natives fishing at the Railway. Two
canoes with fishermen and nets hap
pened to be within call, and they
were made to understand, by the
natives on the Railwny, that they
should come quickly, and lower their
nets. The canoes, amid shouting
and yelling, arrived and dropped
their nets. Then came the most
frantic actions. Women and chil
dren, and even old men, who were
attracted by the loud shouts, ran
and jumped into tho water. All
hands were giving orders at tho
samo time, making indescribable
confusion and noise. When the
nets wero spread out, and were
being dragged shoreward, the fish,
frightened by peoplo near tho beach,
swam into the nets. They were in
numerable. After filling n large
canoe, several hundred fish were
thrown into His Majesty's six-oared
race boat. Another canoe was then
almost completely, filled. All tho
natives living in the vicinity of the
Marine Railway wero well supplied
with fish j also foreigners who wero
bathing at the Kapiolani bath-house,
who filled their handkerchiefs and
,of alj vorl; The news-
Y. AMIH'S COFFEE SALOON.
Y. Anin, an enterprising Chinese
gentleman, has opened an aristo
cratic eofifeo saloon on Mnunakca
street, at the lower comer of Hotel
street extension. The fact is an
nounced by posters in Hawaiian
pasted around the town. The build
ing is outside of the prescribed fire
limits, and is of wood. The front
windows, of plate glass, are un
usually large. There mo two spa
cious halls one on the ground tloor
and the other nbovc. The lower
hall is intended for the accommoda
tion of patrons whose clothes indi
cate a humble position in life, and
whoso pockets arc not over-burdened
with cash. Or in other words, this
is tho cheap room for poor people.
Tho upper hall, which is reached by
a wido and easy (light of stairs, is
intended to be the resort of the
"upper ten." It is a light, airy,
comfortable room, with neat new
furniture, including marble top
tables ; and V. Anin says he is pre
pared to furnish patrons with as
good eatables nnd drinkables as the
appearance of the hall would lead
them to expect.
Drink Val Blatz Beer bottled
expressly for this climate.
Picture Frames and Cornices
made to order, old Frames repaired,
regilded, etc. King Bros'. Ait Sloic.
Dr. Flint's Heart Bemedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dit
eaho and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Dent-on Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
For line Ice Cream, Cakes aud
Candies, go to the reliable Elite Ice
Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel street. Their
Ice Cream is recognized as the best
in town by all connoisseurs. 91
Q "The Pen is Mightier than
g the Sword I" That's so, and nil
C3 the swords in Hon. Kaulukou's
army will not achieve such vic-
torics as will the splendid astort
55 ment of Gold Pens now on view
Kl at J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co.'s store.
1-1 Holders to match in styles to suit
P everybody's liking. Get one, and
Jbo a conqueior thereby in love,
U literature or law 1 -103-lt
Patronize Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, where he is prepared to All all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders bolioited
and promptly tilled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
bell these cigars. Do not forget the
name J. W. Hingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
WEALTH OF THE ROTHSCHILDS.
Edwin Cowles, writing from Lon
don to the Cleveland Leader, says:
Some time before tho Trafalgar
Square riot, Lord Salisbury, then
Prime Minister, had some forebod
ing of a revolution similar to that
which brought Louis XVI to the
guillotino block, combined with the
Irish rebellion. He enquired of
Lord Rothschild, who is nt the head
of tho London house, how largo a
fund the Government could depend
upon his house for in case such a
serious emergency should arise.
Tho Hebrow Orcesus replied, after a
moment's thought, "Fifty million
pounds in twenty-four hours, and
200,000,000 more in one week
thereafter." This means $1,200,000,
000 in that short space of time. At
first glance one would say it would
bo impossible, for it would drain tho
principal money centers of Europe
of all their ready cash. But this
would not bo exactly the case. They
would, through their houses in Lon
don, Paris, Vienna and Frankfoit,
by selling that amount of consols,
raise the fund and let it remain on
deposit in tho banks of these cities
and pay it over to the Government
as fast as needed, which would bo
paid out nearly as fast as received,
and tho fund would flow back when
it was raised through the channels
of trade, precisely as Franco raised
tho billion indemnity aud paid it to
Germany without creating a disturb
ance in the financial world. S. F.
H0M POSTAGE STAMPS ARE MADE.
The design of the stamp is en
graved on steel and, in the printing,
plates aro used on which 200 stamps
nave been engraved. Two men are
kept busy at work covering these
with colored inks and passing them
to a man and girl who aro equally
busy printing them with huge loll
ing hand-presses. Three of these
littlo squads ure employed all the
time. After the small sheets of
paper containing 200 printed stamps
nave driod enough they aro sent
into another room and gummed.
Tho gum used for this purpoho is a
peculiar composition, mado of the
powder of dried potatoes and other
vegetables mixed with water, After
having been again dried, this time
on littlo rucks fanned by steam-
power for about an iipur, they aro
put between sheets of pasteboard
and pressed in hydruiilio presses
capable of applying a weight of
2,000 tons. The noxt thing is to
cut the sheets in two; enoh sheet, of
course, when cut, containing 100
stamps. This is done by a girl, with
a lurgo pair of bhears, cutting by
hand being preferred to that done by
machinery, which would destioy too
many stamps. Next, they nro press
ed once more, and then packed and
lubeled and stowed away to bo bent
out to the various offices wheu order-
cil. If ft olnclo stamp Is torn or lu
any way mutilated, the whole sheet
of 100 "stamps is burned. Not less
tlinn 500,000 are said to be burned
every week from this cause. The
greatest oaro is tnken in counting
the sheets of stamps to guard
against pilfering by the employes,
and it is said that during the past
twenty yeais not a single sheet has
been lost in this way. During the
process of mniuifactuiiug the shouts
aro counted eleven times. '
HINTS TO HOSTESSES.
A hostess who cannot preserve her
serenity upon even tho most crucial
occasions, is lacking in ouo of tho
most essential qualities of an enter
tainer. Tho thoughtless spilling of
her best wine, the soiling of her
whitest tablecloth, nay, even the
smashing of a wliolo liayful of her
best old family china, should not
cause ouo muscle of her countenance
to change. On the other hand, an
nflbctod ignorance respecting the
contents of tho day's bill of faro is
at times almost as fatal as the op
posite extreme. I was myself pre
sent at a dinner party at which one
of tho untutored stable-helpers hnd
been bi might in, on tin emergency,
to assist. "What ore these John V"
inquired the languid hostess, as
John tremblingly thrust forward a
dish of tartlets just under her right
elbow. "I don't know, ma'am,
really," he icplicd; "but I think
they're tuppence apiece!" Cham
DOLCE FAR NIENTE.
What joy upon the locks to Ho
And watch the white sail grinding by
About the middle of July!
Far from the city's dusty streets,
Its endless roar and parching heats
Wheie no bright view the vision gleets
To lie 'ueatli tho unclouded blue,
None near to say, "Ha! how d'ye do
Say, Is this hot euoujrh for you?
Miss Berry's School
ILL re-open on MONDAY, Sep
tember Gth. 409 2w
THE undersigned respectfully calls
the attention ot the Luuies of
Honolulu to the nuw and superb Stock
of Goods which has just come to lmud
from Km ope and the United States,
comprising tho following articles:
A splendid Tine of Linen Lawn dress
patterns in 12.jard lengths. Those
goods will be found on inspection to be
the choicest in this market and at such
prices as -will suit the times.
White dress fabrics in Plaid and
striped Nansook, checked Cambrics,
plain Naiubook white Pique Victoria
A. choice selection of Plaid Bunting
in evening shades;
lilnck and colored French Cashmere
in all the leading shades,
Velvets and velveteens of all the
popular shades, Trimming Satin in all
Ficnch dress Silks in black nnd
colors, also in evening shades,
Ileal and imitation Laces in black,
white, cream aud ecru,
All over Embroideries in blue nnd
plain white, Tucking nnd Ruilllng.
Those goods having been bought
from sample, are the most stylish in de
signs of anything in this city, and well
worth the inspection of the ladies,
Ladies' Lawn Handkerchiefs in nil
the leading styles, also the latest and
newest designs in colors; millions in all
the popular makes and shades.
A full line oi Ladies' Hosiery in Lisle
Thread, Ilalbrigan and fancy stripes,
Ostrich Tips and Feathers in the lead
ing shades, an Imincnso stock of French
Children's while Dresses, Luce Bon
nets, Lace Caps, Hoods, Ac; complete
line of Ladies and Children's Under
wear, Ludies and Children's Corsets.
We keep constantly on hand a full as
sortment of Ladies', Misses', aud Chil
dren's trimmed nnd untriumied Hats,
A well.Helccltd Stock of Ladies',
Misses', and Chihlreu'h Boots, Shoes
A Superb Stock of
Chinese Silks & Satins
in all tho lending shades.
While Gra&s Cloth in three grudej.
Plain and Embroidered
We would call your special attention
to the above linn of Goods, ns wo believe
they are tho richest and llnest ever lin.
ported to this murket.
Gentlemen, we would respectfully call
your attention to our burnishing Goods
Department, as it is replete wi'h tho
latest Hivlea of Neckwear. HuoncndcrB
anil Hosiery. Underwear in Silk, Lilse
thread merino nnd uatiu. A splendid
and selected htoclc of working Shirts in
Ihtuncl and cotton.
We havo jiibt received direct from the
mnnufnetory, New York, n full nnd
complete assortment of Gents' White
Shirts. Call and Bee them, as wo claim
them to be tho lio-t and cheapest Shirts
ecr ollered in thlsmarkei for the price.
A full line of Percale ShlrlB, Hoy'
Shirts and Underwear. Men's and lloy'a
Straw and Felt Hats in Itlack and Drab
Cloth for Men and. Hoys' wear,
Ludies are rCHpccfully requested to
call and sou the llneat aud largest assort
ment of Bilk Pongees, Grass Cloth and
Silk Handkerchiefs ever imported at
one time to this market.
X3j We tender our sincere thanks to
the public of Honolulu for llioir liberal
patronage, and hope by strict attention
to business and honest dealing, to merit
a continuance of tho same,
Comer Kort nnd Hotel sticcts.
GKO. H. PEACOCK,
Manugcr. 07 Fr 8m
ThllK regular Quarterly Meeting of tho
JL Stockholder of K, O. HALL &
HON, I.IM1TKI), will he held at their
oflltc SATURDAY, August lilst, nt 2
o'clock, i-it. L CABLES,
401) at Scerctnry.
Mortgagee's Notice of Inten
tion to Foreclose and
IN ateordunu with n power of sole
contained in a certain mortgago
made by Jonathan Ivupau of Koolnulon,
Oahu, to vi. a. Kinney, Truslie, dated
June 2, lHI, remitted in the Hawaiian
Heglstrv "f CunvinnotN In Book 91, on
pages 'Jill and a'.l.l. Notice is hereby
given that nid mortgagee Intends to
foreclose snld tnori "iigc, for condition
br-f ken, and upon sahrforeclosure will
sell, at public auction, at the Salesroom .
of E. 1'. Allium & Co., In Honolulu,
Onlm, on SATURDAY", thu 21st day ot
August, lfcSli, at 12 o'clock noon, the
premises as described In paid mortgage
and more partlcuhnly tot forth below.
1'or fuither paillculnis apply to Kin-
uev cc i-cicisnn, Aiiornevf.ni-i.aw
W. A. K1XNBY, 'IriHteo, Mort
Honolulu, July 111, lMH).
Promises to lie sold mo: Flist, all that
land situate nl Kain.iuuiui, Waiatun,
Oahu, dosrcilbcd in Hoxnl 1'atcnt Grant
No. 857 to 1'iown, cot.lnlulng I 7"i 100
acres. Second, all tlioo parcel's of laud
situate at Kawalh.a, in said Wninliin,
described in Hoynl I'.itent 14G0, Kule.
nna 2007 to ICeawe, containing !1 -1.10
aci es. 408 3t
This absolutely pure
Cider is manufactured in
the orchard one year be
lore Dlaeiujj; it on the mar
ket, and generates its own
gas by natural fermenta
tion. A small invoice just re
ceLvetl and for sale by
Macfarlane & Co.
Adjourned Meeting Halawa
STOCKUOLDHHS will please take
notico that an adjourned annual
meeting of the Halawa Sugar Companv
will be held at the ofllce of C. Hrewer k
Co., Queen street, nl 10 o'clock a.m.,
MONDAY', Aug. 2!l, 13SIS
Secretary Halawa Sugar Company.
Honolulu, Aug lli.lSSli 40C Iw
Burnt Out, bill Not Demi!
Ryan's Boat-Bniliii Slioj
Is now adjoining the rear of
Q 00 100
Haw'n Cai i uigc Mini f 'glCo.,
E. O. Hall ie oou,
Inter-Inland h. K. Co.,
C. Hrewer & Co.,
Wailuku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugar Civ,
38 Merchant Sued.
Crystal Soia forte
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade,; Sarsnparilhi,
Fruit Syrups and Essences and
mado from the pine Apple, all of which
wu guiuintro to ho the Ion.
t We nlo invite parties intending
starting Mores for tho Mile of iced
drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
to call on us before going elsewhere.
Tie Crystal Sift Works,
1 O. ISox 1107, Honolulu.
Bell Telephone, : : 298
Mutual " : : : 330
The White House,
3Vo. 11K IS'iniaiiu frtrol',
Honolulu, II. I,
Private Family Hoiel; Terms Dcason.
able; First-class Accommodations.
MDS, J, VIEDDA, Proprietress.
WILDMK'H H. H. CO.,
$. toamer Kinau
1, King, Commander,
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday ut
4 p.m., touching ut Lulmiim, Mn'u
laeti Day, Miikcnu, Muliukoim, Ku
wulltne, Liuipulioehoo twnl Hllo.
Returning, will touch ut ull tho
ut ovti ports, arriving ut Honolulu
oftoh Satunluv afternoon,
In conformity with n resolution of
the Shareholders of the Wniinea Sugar
Mill Company, adopted nt a meeting
held on August 1!J, 1KS0, authorizing the
President and Scuciary of s?aid Corpoi
ntion to dispose of Its property, etc., the
property of the paid
Wiiiinci Sugar Mill Co,
AT WA1MEA, KAUAI,
will be Fold to the highest bidder, nt
Public Auction, at the Salosrooni of K.
P. Adams & Co., on
Monday, Gth day of Septem
ber, AD. 1886,
nt the hour of 12 o'clock m , to wit: the
Entire SUGAR WOItKS, known as the
Waimea Sugar Mill,
Erected on fee simple lnnd at Waimea,
Kauai, with all Its contents and machin.
cry and modern improvements, innnu
fnctuicd by tiic Honolulu Iron Works
Company In 1881.
Leases of lands adjoining tho mill site.
Houses for manager, sugar boiler, en
gineer and laborers.
Itlucksmlth and carpenter shop.
220 working Oxen, moro or less.
:!() ox-rarts, yokes and chains.
Drake, harnesses, windmill, black
smith and carpenter tools, Including 1
large Putnam Lullie, complete and
Olllce and household furniture.
Hail road track, etc., etc.
1 second. hnud Engine, 1021, in order,
made by the Honolulu Iron Works
Also, all coal, lumber and sugar bags
whatever on hand on day of sale.
2?" For information as to terms of
sale and other particulars as to
Kxistiiii; IMtuitiiif; Contract,
Well. boring and other minor contracts
advantageous to the Mill, persons desir.
ing to become purchasers may apply to
PH. OPFEKGELT, President.
ED. HOFKSCHLAEGER & Co., Ag'ts,
E. 1. ADAMS & CO.,
107 td Auctioneers.
ltOOMS TO LET,
AT 88 King Street, upstairs, 3 rooms,
at M per month. 400 lw
' A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Deceived ex Zcalamlia,
70J Queen & Fort Street Stores. If
DESIRING to close out our Ship
Chandlery and Commission Busi.
ness, we shall sell at REDUCED
PRICES and will closc out our entire
Stock, good.will and lease of premises,
at a fair valuation, to a re ponsible
party. A. W. PE1DCE & CO.
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Aflont.
42 IrclMt St., Hfflliilii,
My most faithtut attomlon will be
given for tho
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for the residents of the
71 J "OvithI ItlnmlR of tlii (irout . 'ly
Choice Property for Sale.
LOT. CORNED OF FORT AND
Bohool Streets, belonging to Mr. M.
Lonlsson. Enquire at the olllce of
M. S. GDINDAUM&CO.,
8.1) lm Queen streets.
Will bo open every afternoon and uven.
ing as follows:
Monday, Tuemlny, IVciiliiFHUay and
To tho public in general.
For ladies nnd gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen nnd children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Friday and Saturday Evenings.
WILLIAM WALT,, Manager.
O LUSO 1IAWAIIANO.
ALLpcrbons who want to communl.
cutu with tho Poituguese, either
for business, or for procuring workmen,
scrvunts or any other helps, will tlnd it
tho most protltnblu way to advertise In
the Luso ffimaiuiua, tho new organ of
the PortUL'iieso colon)', which Is pub.
lished on Meichaut sluet, Gaxtlte Build.
Ing, (Post.Oillce Letter Dox E.), and
only charges reasonable rates for adycr.
That very desirable Cottaeo
on Kinau street, property of
Mr. J. F. Smith, nnd adjoin-
Ing tho TrBidcncc of W. It, Castle, Esq.
One of tho most sultablo houses In town
for two glnglo gentleroeri or smnll fam
lly. Everything in tip-top order. Am
ple accommodations for two horses nnd
carriages, otc. Rent very low to the
light parties. Apply to the Hawaiian
Carriage Mnnuf'g Co.'a ofllce. 405 lm
Having teemed the Services of
Geo. C, Stratemeyer
wo arc prepared to execute all
House or Sig-ii.
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
A Splendid Opportunity.
JML Any person desirous of pro
UmmjJjj curing u pleasant home cau
HtdMI do so liv applying to the un
dersigned. This house and lot is situ
atcd on Fort street, next to the Gymna
slum Building. Tho grounds nro plant
ed with many line trees and plcuts.
C. K. MILLER'S
01 lm Business Agency.
AS complaints hac i cached me of
Into from some of my customers
that they can put chase Hawaiian. made
Soap cheaper Mian I have teen selling
it, 1 beg lo state that 1 have always
transacted my business in u fair and
straightforward way, charging the same
price to all alike, and selling at a
moderate i ate; and at the same time I
would inform my customers nnd the
public that from and after this date my
prlec will ho $7 per 100 lbs.
T. W. RAWLINS.
Honolulu Soap Woiks. Leleo, Hono
lulu, June 21st. fill
Inter-IsM S. I Co.,
Tlie JSesst R.oii.te
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and ttnunch
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leaves Honolulu'at 10 o'clock a.m. on
Tuesday, August 21th.
The steamer pushes along tho entire
coast of tho leeward side of Hawaii, af.
fording tourists a panorama of charm
ing scenery, and will stop at Kcnlako.
kun Day, where sullleient time is allow,
ed to visit the Monument of Captain
Tourists by this route reach I'uiialim
nt 0 o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vcsmsI, making Ihe entire passage in
smooth water. At Piinaluu there Is tho
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will be conveyed
by railroad to Pahal.i. thence by stage
coscli to Hnlf.wiiy House, where horses
and guides will be in attendance to con
vey them to the Yolmuo.
Tourists will have two nights and ouo
ulioc day nt iho Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HARRY ARMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams,' Photograph Gallerv,
Fort street, or at the olllce of the 1. 1 "S.
N. Co., Esplanade. aTOOin
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alakca Street.
Open every Day and Evening.
The Library consists at the present
time of ocr Five Thousand Volumes.
The Reading Room Is Mipplted with
about llfty of the leading newspapers
A Parlor Is provided for conversation
Terms of nicmberMiip, ttfty cents a
month, payable qtmrteiiv in advance.
No formality lcqulied in joining except
signing the roll.
btrangers from foreign countries ami
visitors from the other islnnds aro wel
come to the ioonisnt all times as guests.
This Association having no regular
mean of Mippoit except the dues of
incnu-v, It is expected that residenm
of Honolulu who ile-iio to avail them
sulvci of Us privileges, aud all who feel
an interest in maintaining an institution
of this kind, will put down their numos,
and become logularcoiitiibutors.
S. 11. DOLE, Piesident.
M. M. SCOTT, Vke-l'resldcnt,
H. A. PARMELEE, Secretary,
A. L.SMITH, Treasurer,
O. T. RODGERS, M.D.,
Chairman Hall and Library Committee.
rpilE undersigned Is p epared to fur
X nish specimens at all the
Ferns of the Hawaiian Islands
at reasonable rates.
Coinpletu Collections embrac.
Ing HO varieties representing SJ0 families
prepared to order only. These collection
display entire fronds of each fern with
roots and other important parts of each
plant. Collections embracing from 20
to 60 varieties elegantly mounted nnd
decorated with mosses, lichens and tea.
weeds peculiar to the Islands always on
hand ot Messrs. King Dros, Art Store,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Packages of tho spores of nil varieties
of ferns found In tho group for sale.
These packages nru guaranteed to contain
fresh spores and are securely put up anil
accurately named. Price per packet 10
Pamphlet containing particulars la
reference to living plants, with a cata
logue of tho ferns mailed to any address."
within the Postal Union upon ieclpt or
5 cent stamp. Address,
W Honolulu, Oauu, II. L
o cent stamp. Auuress, tea
y. L. CLARKE. T3k
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