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SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 188G.
Stmr Klunu from windward port
Stmr Ltkellkc from Kahultil
Stmr Mokolll from Molokal
Stmr Jno Makee from Kiumi la Wuhinao
Schr It.ilnbow from Koolntt
Schr Mllle Morris from Laual
Tern Eva for Sau Fraueisco
Stmr Kllnuea liou for Lahalna and Ha-
mnkuu nt 12 noon.
Schr Kawallanl for Koolnii
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORIHM.
Stmr Klnuu for the Volcano, Maul and
Stmr O It llisliop for Lalialna and Hn
makna Stmr Mokolll for Molokal
IIU110 Livingstone for Hongkong
Selir Mnniiokawal for Koolan
Schr Canute for Laiipahoehoo and Hllo
Sebr Mlllo Mori is for Lannl
Schr Halnbow for Kooluit
"vessels in port.
Bktuc Discovery, Meyer
liktne XV II Dlmoud Swift
Ger bk Livingstone
Uktno Mary Wiukchunn, Backu
Gei-selir Mury O Bohni,
Haw brig Allle ttowu, J riillllps, from
Hongkong, due Aug a-20.
Bol bark Don Nicolas, Ross, from
Port Townsend. XV T, due Jly20-J.
Xic bk lUmljio, Howard, fiom De
parture Bav, B C, due June 25-30.
Ger bark' Pacific, Oltinan, fioui Bre
men, due Sept 20-30.
Am bark California, from Port lown
sctul, W T. due Aug 1-11. W
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Boston, due August, 20-31.
Am schr Ida behuauer, from Eureka,
Cal, due at Kahulul, July 20-30.
Am bark Xieolas Thayer, Crosby,
from Newcastle, N S W, due August
Am bark Elslnorc, G XV Jcnks. from
Newcastle, N S V, due August 20-C0.
Am bark Pacitlc Slope, Barnes, from
Newcastle, NSW, due September
O S S Australia, (Haw), II Webber,
from San Francisco, August 23d.
KMSS Mararoa, (But) James Edie,
from the Colonies, en route to San
Francisco, due August 28th.
Am bark F P Letchford, J Babcock,
from Hongkong, due Aug 11-18
Brit bark W il Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June 0th, due here October
SJrlt ship Amana, sailed from Loudon,
April Gth, and from Madeira April 24ih,
due here August 24-31.
Brit bark Iioncrag, sailed from Liver
pool, June 5th, due heie October 23rd
Novlst. , , ,
Brit bk Isle of Erin, sailed from
Glasgow. April 10th, due September 3
13. CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Jas Makee 400 bags sugar, 1,060
bags paddj', 108 bbls molasses, and
4'J green hides.
Stmr Mokolll 55 bales wool.
Stmr Klnau 1,500 bags sugar, 5 horses,
15 bales wool, 308 hides, 8 bdls goat
skins, 200 pkgs sundries.
From Kahului, per steamer Likelike,
Aug 21 W C Parke, Mrs Fisher. M E
Sllva, K Okaote, Mr Levi and wife, Miss
E E crook-, Mrs E L Parker, children
and servant, Bro Frank, Mr Wnodworth,
H P Baldwin, 3 Chinese and 104 deck.
From windward ports, per steamer
Klnuu, Aug 21 II B H Princess LUlu
okalani and 2 servauts,Gov J O Doniinis,
Hon H Kuilielanl and wife, Hon John
W Kalun, Maj W II Cornwcll and son,
M McDcrmott, Miss D K Pahau, Mrs M
Ailau, II Berger, Mrs K Kamakau, A M
Brown, Bishop Willis, wife and boy, B
B Macy, Bev A O Foibes, Capt J Boss,
T C Morris, Miss E Tin ton, D Kellett,
C B Wells, A Young, Wong Kwai, B B
Hind, wife and sou. U M Boso, GM
Hughes, Miss J M Barnard, Mrs F
Selmmmelfcnnls and 110 deck.
The Mary Winkclman will sail for Sau
Francisco ou Tuesday next.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Music at the rink to-night.
. o .
His Majesty the King was around
town this morning.
The steamer Kinnu sails on Mon
day at 4 v. si, for the Volcano.
The Mutual Tele-phono Co. is put
ting out additional cables at various
Tiikeh prisoners in charge of an
officer came by the steamer Likeliko
,. . .
Owing to unfinished repairs, Mr.
Atkinson's school will not re-open
until Monday, 30th inst.
The usual temperance meeting,
under the auspices of the Y. M. C.
A., in Fowler's Yaid this evening at
A handsome oil painting ot tlio
steamer Kinau, executed by Mr. B.
J. Taylor, is on view at Oat & Co.'s
The trado sale at Ilackfeld & Co.'s
by Messrs, Adams & Co., is still
going on. Dry goods will bo offered,
on Monday, at 10 o'clock.
PitlNCKSS Liliuokalani, on her re
turn from Hawaii this morning by
the S. S. Kinau, leceived a royal
.saluto fiom the shore battery.
1 1 til
Mns. A. Johnstone and child were
thrown out of a break, near the Steam
Laundrv, Iwijei, to-day. Tlio child
was badly hurt and is being uttended
by Dr. Brotlio.
Messiis. Egnn & Co. issue an invi
tation in to-day's Bulletin to tho
public, to inspect their now store and
stock of goods, ut tho corner of Foit
and Merchant streets.
Bv the Makee, fron Kauai this
morning, calms and light winds in
the channel are reported. The sea
was a little lumpy at Kauai, but not
t'nough to hinder shipping.
Messrs. McCaudlcss Bros, lrnvfc
piped Dr. McGrcw's woll at Ewa to
tlio bottom, stopping tlio leak pie
viously it-ported nnd provonling fur
ther danger of tlio well's dostiuetion.
Tun steamer Australia will lm duo
by mid-tiny of Monday next, wilb
upws for everybody, and fruit nntl
other luxuries for the groecis, who
will politely supply the craving of
Mns. Savage, while standing on a
table to hang a biid cage, the other
night, missed her step and fell to the
floor. Although uo bones wore
broken, she, received a nasty shock,
which confined her io her bed for a
1Cooi.au Noteh. Plenty of rain in
home parts, and where such is the
ease, rice ciop looks woll. Hauula
needs lain, rico plant dying tbero for
want of water. Tlio loss will bo con
siderable if fhe drought continues.
Cook's well-boring machine is in
operation nl Kuhuku.
Mi:ssns. Wo Cbong & Co. who be
foie the great fire kept oilc of the best
shoe-making establishment in Nuu
anu street, re-opons to-day in the
same locality. Their establishment
is in Aswan's new brick block, Nuu
anu street, between King and Hotel
The Rev. E. CJ. Oggel will ofllciate
at the Lyceum oil Nuuanu Avenue
to-moirow morning at H o'clock.
Tlio theme of the 'sdrnion will be :
"Progress in Spirituality." Ho will
prcneli at For-strcct church in the
evening for the.Fort-strccCand Bethel
Union congregations. Subject: "Who
is this?" All arc cordially invited.
At the-inceting of the Trustees of
the Sailors' Home this morning, the
report of the committee appointed at
a previous meeting to confer with the
Government concerningia pale of the
propei ty) was received, and adopted.
" A meeting of the Society is called to
bo held on Wednesday morning to
take action on the report'.
, . ..
A REPonTEn on our" staff who lias
a proclivity fqr oriental learning, was
trying to unravel the mysteries of the
Chinese hieioglyphies on the front of
Mr. Luce's place of business, Mer
chant street, this morning, when a
literate looking Celestial happened
along. The reporter at once ap
pealed to his oriental brother for
assistance, who said, "You no sabe
Pake? He mean Englis', s'ppse you
wantche catche blandy, Misse Fleeth
ho got em."
A house drawing an old fashioned
break on Fort street this morning,
stumbled when . in front of Lucas's
mill. The occupants of the vehicle
(2 natives) were thrown out, one
striking the ground on the right of
the horse and the other on the left.
One of the natives fell on his right
leg, breaking'it just above the ankle.
Parties' who witnessed the accident
picked up the injured man, and,
after binding his fractured limb,
placed him in' a carriage to" be taken
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS
Tile following names have been en
tered1 on lieHawjiiiau Hotel register
during (the wefe'li", up"to noon of' io
day: it. E Halstead, AVaialua; "W. H.
G." Arnemnan, Waianao";. S." Parker,
Hawaii ; J H.j.Sraith, New York ;
S. P. Green" TVaianae; E. It. Be
van, Jfat ; Misses Annie and Emily
Halstead, Waialua:,U. JVI. ltose,
Little Rock'.TJ. S. A., and G. V.
It. It. Hind, wifo and son, Kohala;
W.II. Cornwcll and son, ,Maui.
A ZIP-MATHEniAM OuE.
Extend, thino ear, Montgomery dear;
Wheel round that M&ccbriciwity.
AttentlonZlp! I shall not skip ,
Thy .lyrical depravity.
Well did I know that ghastly flow
Matherian hi Its density
Thosolhollow tropes on blasted hopes
The grave the blank Immensity:
But nevpr dreamed 'that, he who seemed
So dead to all frivolity,
Wouldj still arisS'to claim1 the;prize
For elephantine jollity.
And Zip thohrscrIbc,,wlioRe diatribe
Has bsued from obscurity,
A man may kill, but murder stllh,
Will out there's no security.
So run thy race, thou limping brace
But mark my words oracular:
False are thy rhymes, thy verses crhnes
Against the Queen's vernacular.
Matherian bard, take 'thy 'reward
For pondepms, vacuity j ,
But Z.I.P. thou art tho "no
,(j ??.vor ! ,
That man's a curse, who scribbles verte
And knowing not how crude It is
Still toots his horn at night and morn
To ltdbth'e worldojy gqod it is.
Thou other fiend securely screened
Learii how tho world regards ye
And blush for shame:
"I names no name','
But Zip, I looks to-'arda ye.
One hist appeal to all who deal
With metaphor and strophe.
Don't wrltu such tiush
As "John IS. Bash"
Indites from Keuicohe,
Kikiln; drunkenness 80.
John Iientoii ; disturbing quiet of
tho night, $8.20.
Queen's Hospital vs. Matsuraoto
Gengiro; deserting contract ser
vice, Ordered to return and pay
Saturday, Aug, 21st.
Wm. Sheldon, drunkenness, $6.
Mary Christenson, deserting her
husband, case dismissed ; costs
Joseph Ryan, two charges, (1),
assault and battery on M. Garltonc ;
(2), on Sam Gourley, remanded to
the 27th inst.
CRUMBS Of COMFORT.
thou as chaste as ice, as pure lis
Thou shalt not escape calumny.
Dry thine eyes nnd ccao from weeping,
Keep thy tear's for worthier blow;
Life at best is full of trouble.
Joys arc few unmixed with woe.
Who are tlipy that seek to harm thee?
Things that slime wherce'er they
Hirelings who wax fat on ruin,
And delight hi w otuan's fall I
Slaudeiers ne'er retain pure friendship
Longer than to show tljelr breed ;
Thoo compelled to grant them hearing
Give their filth liolastlng heed.
Loving hate, they hate each other
When 110 victims ate at hand ;
And, despised for double-dealings.
Friendless, loveless, shunned they
Do not let them cause thee sadness
Creatines prone to lllfy
N'er attain the ends they stilvc for
Friends are watching closely by.
Though thy path be not a smooth one,
Is thy lot mora sad than mine?
I would give the wealth of Ciiesiis,
Were my prospects fair as thine.
Thou canst look above, beyond thee,
Scan the sky, the laud, and sea,
Feast thine eyes 011 llower.s and sun
shine These aie all denied to me.
Take no heed of human lpers
Who would bite their next of kin
They aie weighed anil judged as want
ing In all traits that praises win!
Thou art youthful, fair and gifted,
Life for thee hath joys in store;
Let not this thin cloud o'crshadow
Friends to thee will cling tho more.
Fear not those who would belle thee,
Oil thy side ! Bight and Truth;
Hull thy scorn at tongues of malice
That have sought to cloud thy youth.
Cast away all thoughts that fret thee,
Smile and be thyself again ;
Venom vile from trained traducers
Ou cheeks pure can leave no stain.
The craven wretch who slurs 11 w oinau,
Knowing nought against her fame,
Forgets the debt he owes a mother,
And the source fiom whence he came!
No fouler, shameless occupation,
Can a man or woman ply,
Thnn attempt to wound their betters
By a home-made slanderous lie!
Those who teach the young ideas
How to shoot their way to fame.
Set for youth a base example
When they play at Slander's game.
I despise the sneaking cowards,
Be they men or women boru,
Who would dart their shafts of falsehood
At the breast by sorrow torn 1
Let such pause a while and ponder
Ei e they rise to cast a stone
Perhaps a seal eh might prove that Evil
Lurks within their walls alone!
Dry thine eyes and cease from weeping!
Slanders hint their authors most;
The fiends who muider leputation
Are ever haunted by its ghost.
Some day in the Hearing future
God may lay His rod on them,
Some day they may ask the favor
Just to kiss your garment's hem.
Aug. 21, 1S8G. John Brash.
FROM THE VOLCANO.
Messrs. Wilder & Co. have re
ceived from Mr. C. S. Wight, who
is on a visit to the volcano, the fol
lowing interesting letter :
Last night at about 11 o'clock we
noticed a large bright glow through
the rain, indicating the greatest
activity in the crater. We started
immediately after breakfast to in
vestigate. On our way, as we near
ed the crater, we, found that hot air
and sulphur fumes were issuing
from crncks previously cool, and upon
closer approach1 we were hardly
able to proceed, on account of the
great quantity of sulphur fumes
that came up from cracks under our
feet. Several large cracks opened
during the night, and others thnt
were only an inch or two wide are
now nearly a foot. Upon reaching
the point of' observation, where seats
have been made out of sheets of
lavn, we found that a new lake bad
broken out. It is about 600 feet
long by 300 wide, and during our
stay it was continually iu the great
est activity, boiling and surging like
A little to the right a new blow
hole has broken out. This also is
very active, pulling like the exhaust
from a huge engine. At times it
shoots up solid streams of lava, a
foot in diameter and 30 feet high.
And again the whole top would
break off, and it will vomit forth a
stream of white hot lava several feet
A large cave in has occurred on
this side of Halemaumau.
The guide went below and secured
some fine coin specimons for us. He
was ery nearly caught by a stream
of lava. that broke out to one side of
him. "Although ,he was nearly a
hundred yards away when it com
menced to flow, it was so largo and
ran so quickly, that for a few min
utes we were afraid that it would
surround him beforo lie could get
away. The guide informed us that
he has seldom seen it so active,
even previous to the falling iu of
Hot nir nnd sulphur fumes aro
coining in great and increasing
quantities from the cracks in the floor
of the old crater, to the northward
of IJulomaumau, mid thero is every
indication of intense action there in
tho near future.
Thero was an earthquake at 11
Volcano House, Aug. 17, 1880, 2
Tjik PoBt Offico at Waiohonu, Ha
waii, together with the stotchouso
adjoining, belonging to Mr, 0, Mei
necko, woie burnt to tho giound last
Sunday. Haully anything wuh saved.
Young housekeeper to butcher: A
foro-quarter? That would bo too
much for two of us, I'll try a three
C. A. Gospel praise service
at C :30 p
High innss nt 10 A. M.
Vespers at 4 1
KaumAkaimm Church. Itev.
Walaiuaii, pastor. Sunday school
0 :30 A. M. Pleaching at 10:30 A. M.
Kawaiahao Church. Bev. II. II.
Paiker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and
7:30 i m., Youug people's meeting
nt 0 1: M.
Chinese Church. Foit stieet, near
corner ISetetanht. Mr. To Teng Ue,
evangelist. Chinese Sunday School,
0:110 a.m. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2:30 r. M. Pleaching 11
a.m. ami 7::t() l'. M. Bible class in
Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hall. OiM l M.
St. Anukkw's CATiir.DHAi,. First
Congtcgatlon. Holy Communion, at
GsUOA. m.j Morning prayer, with ser
mon, at 0:30 A. M. Lvcnong with cate
chetical address by the Bishop of Hono
lulu at (l f. m. All scats aie free.
Second Congregation. Bev. George
Wallace. A. M.. pastor elect. Morn
ing prayer with sermon, 11:15 A. m.j
e cuing' prayer, with senium. 7:.10 r. i.
Sunday school meets at 10 a. xi. In the
Pimahou Preparatory School building.
Seats free at nil services.
Vai, Blatz Beer was awarded first
premium ut tho New Orleans' Exposi
tion over all competitors.
Artists' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stictcheis, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Ait store. 11 Gi.
Dn. Flint's Heart Bkmi:y is a
Specific for nil forms of Heart Dis
eiuc and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Dent-on Smith &
Co., Agents. II.")!
For line Ice Cream, Cakes and
Candies, go to tlio reliablo Elite Ice
Cream Parlois, 8.") Hotel street. Their
Ice Cream is lccogni.ed as the best
in town bv all connoisseurs. 91
G "Tin: Pkn is MioiiTini than
qTHK Swoitn!" That's so, and all
O the swords in Hon. Kaulukou's w
army will not achieve such vie-"
J2 torics as will tho splendid assort- a
55 ment of Gold Pons now on vicwO
W at J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co.'s store, g
1-1 Holders to match in styles to suit
P everybody's liking. Get one, and
Jbc a conqueior thereby in love, 55
ohleratuieorlawl -103-lt 2
Pathonizh Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. llingley, Cigar
Manufactuier, at the Crystal Soda
Works, whcie he is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
hell these cigars. Do not forgot the
name J. W. llingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Woiks, Hotel street.
A MODERN S.MS0N.
I propose to give a short sketch
of the life of a man who was little
known outside of the village of
Granville Corners, in Washington
county, where he was born and
spent the most of a long life. It is
known of him, and can be proved,
that he has performed feats of
strength unsurpassed by any man
that has lived in ancient and modern
times, excepting, of course, the
Biblical Samson. His name is or
was, Stcarn Carpenter ; his occupa
tion was that of a farmer. Being
naturally of a very quiet, peaceable'
disposition and a member of tho
Society of Friends, lie never did
anything for display to attract atten
tion ; but the feats of strength that
he performed were done more to
satisfy himself and to see how much
he could lift than for anything else.
All his lifting was done by main
Btrength, without harness of any
One of his greatest feats was lift
ing a box filled yith iron which
weighed 1,900 pounds, which is
equal to lifting 3,800 pounds in a
harness. He lifted it with ease with
his hands by grasping a lope or
chain which was bound around the
box to secure it. He did not know
the weight of the box of iron at the
time, and was afterward heard to
say that had he known it weighed so
near a ton he would have put on the
other 100 pounds and lifted tho
whole. At another time he lifted a
cannon that weighed 1,400 pounds
and shouldered it. At Comstock's
Landing, ou the Champlain Canal,
near Whitehall, one day while wait
ing for a load of merchandise, bo
lifted a barrel of white lead with
ease. His neighbors, when killing
hogs, if Stcarn happened to be
around, would ask him to guess the
weight of a hog just killed. If it
happened to be u big oue, weighing
four hundred or flvo hundred
pounds, he would stoop down and
twist his lingers into the biistles,
and in that way would lift the car
cass clear from the ground and guess
on its weight.
He perlorined one of tho greatest
feats of strength ou record after lie
had reached the age of seventy-flve
years. Ho lifted two twenty-four
foot iron rails by grasping one iu
each hand, and walked off with
them. Tho rails were resting on
wooden horses, so he did not stoop
down to lift tliciu. One day in hay
ing ho was going from tho Held with
his men to the house for dinner.
They wero walking along the road
together, when one of his men, for
mischief, came up behind him, and
by a skillful trip, throw Carpenter
down. He gathered himself up and
said nothing about it. He walked
to the house, and, after dinner,
when returning to tho Held witli his
men, they came along to tho place
lThero tho man gave him tho fall.
He suddenly turned upon the mnu,
nnd( grasping bim by the shoulders
and the seat of the trousers, lifted
him nnd Inn led him high in the air
above him and over a seven-rail
fence, by the side of which they
happened to he walking. The man
caino down in the meadow :i rod or
more from the fence, considerably
shaken tip, but not badly hurt. Mr.
Carpenter was not a gigantic man in
size. He was about six feet tall
and appeared much less than that,
owing to his inaaiivo build. Theie
was no superfluous flesh upon liini,
but the muscles of his arms,
shoulders and neck scorned to be
piled upon liini, so great was their
size. This gave him a stooping np
pearance. In a crowd a casnnl ob
server would not be likely to pick
him out for one of the strongest men
that ever lived. Mr. Carpenter is
living at the present time at Gran
ville Corners, Washington county,
N. Y., his old home, or was living
the last I heard of him. He must
be over eighty years of age. Troy,
N. Y. Times.
" Only a lock of golden hair,'"
The lover wiote. "Peivhuuco to-ulght
It formeth on her pillow fair.
A halo bright."
" Only a lock of golden hair."
The maiden, smiling sweetly said,
As 'he laid It over the hack of a chair
And went to bed.
Tho clever wife of a professor in
a Western college once wrote as
follows in one of those confession
books wheie people put down their
opinious on all sorts of subjects, in
answer to the question, "What is
your idea of a heroine?" "An edu
cated American woman who does
her own housework."
She used to meet him at the gate
with a kiss and a smile, like morn
ing light'; but now she comes to the
door in a dingy old calico wrapper and
shoes down at the heel, shades her
eyes with her hand, and, with a
voice that seems to need oiling, in
quires: "Did you bring that
ter 1" Truthful Novefisl.
General Business & Purchasing Aflcnt.
42 Merchant St., Honolulu.
My most faithtul atteu ion will ho
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
ia Honolulu for ton residents of the
7J several Iflnndt. of li( griiil" 'lv
That very dc-iialiln Cottage
on Kiuati Mreet, properly of
Mr. .1. b Smith, iinil sulinlti.
ing the losiilencc of "V. It. Cnstlc, !E-q.
One of the ninU Miitnble houses in town
for two sinule gentlemen or small fnm.
lly. Kverytliing in ti-top order Am
ple accommodations lor Iwo hoii.ps and
carriage'', etc. Kent veiy low to tho
light puitiff,. Apply 10 "the Hawaiian
Carriage Matuif'g C'o'V rifflce. -105 Im
Having tociui.il- tho Serviced of
Geo. C. Btratemeyer
wo aro prepared In execute all
Honse or SsJigMi
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Choice Property for Sale.
LOT COKNKK OF KpltT AND
School Slieut-, l.elonging Io Mr. M.
Lotiisson. Knquiif: at the olilec of
JI. S. GKINHAUM&CO,
85 1m Queen strcetB.
A Splendid Opportunity.
Any perron desirous of pro.
curing 11 plea ant homo can
do so hv nnnlvlni; to the mi.
tlcrsigncd. 'I hie honeo mid 'ot ia t-ilu-atcd
on Kort street, next to the Gymnn.
hluni liuil'liiig. The grounds aio plant
ed with many nue trci.fi and plant.
0. K. MILLKH'S
01 lm Iliihincss Agency.
Will bo open uvury iiltenioon and even.
ing iih follows:
Jlonilny, Tucmlny, IVciIni-Hilny mid
To tho pul li; in general.
Por ladles and gentlemen.
For hiillcs1, gentlemen nnd children.
Logons In fancy Sliatliij.
WI I.I.I AM WALL, Maimgnr.
The White House,
No. 11H IVuumiu Htrt;ot,
Honolulu, If. I.
Private Family Hotel; Tcinis Hcasou
able; Fitti-chios Accommodations.
MUC, J, VIEHHA. Pioprleiross.
WeTr tsStore !
THE MECHANICS' BAZAAR;
. Corner Fort ami Merchant Streets.
EOAX A (JO. dike ple.utirc In announcing that they have opened the above Store,
and wtmld ho plihiscd to have you call and examine tho most complete lino of
Nt'w Quo Is cvci opi'iml In Honolulu, and nt ustonhhlncly low prices to
suit the times, compiUlngacomplote, select and moufamionablc line of
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats &
Cups. itotitK and Shoes, Trunks, ViiHmch, etc., vie.
Boys' and Children's Clothing a Specialty.
EST TliTouali fair and honest dealing wo hope to receive a Miarc of public
patronage. GIVE US A CALL. 411 ly
Mer-IsM S. I. Co.,
The J3et 3S.ont;e
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The newantl staunch
Steamer W. G. Hall
Honolulujat 10 o'clock, a.m.
Tuesday, August 24th.
The Rte-imer passes along the entire
coaMt of tho leeward sldo of Hawaii, af.
fording tourLsls a panorama of charm,
lug scenery, and will stop at Kealnke.
kua Buy. whcie sulllclcnt time Is allow,
ed to visit tho Monument of Ciipti.ln
Tonrl-its by this route reach Pnnnluii
at r, o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, making Ihe 'entire passage iu
smooth water. At Ptinaluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists w 111 lie conveyed
by railroad to Pahala, thence by stage
coach to Half.way Houtc, whero horses
and guides will he in attendance to con
vey them to thv Volrnno.
Tourists will have two nights and one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HAHttY AltMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort street, or at the ofllce of the 1. 1. S.
N. Co., Esplanade. 30 Gm
This absolutely pure
Cider is manufactured in
tho orchard one year be
fore placing' it on tho msir
ket, and generates its own
gas by natural fermenta
tion. A small invoice just re
ceived and for sale by
Macfarlane & Go.
Adjourned Bleeting Halawa
STOCKHOLDERS will pleaso take
notice that an adjourned annual
meeting of tho Hnlawa Sugar Company
will bo hold at the ofllce of C. Brewer &
Co.. Quteu street, at 10 o'clock a.m..
MONDAY, Aug. 23, 1880.
J. O. CAKTER,
Sccrelarv Halawa Sugar Company.
Honolulu, Aug In, WO- -10" Iw
Burut Out, but Not Dead!
Ryan's Boat-BuiluiiiE S&bb
Ih nowodjoining tho rear of
ROOMS TO LET,
A T 88 King Street, upatalra, 3 rooms,
nt $14 per month.
DEHIIUNG to close out our Ship
Chandlery and Commission llusi
noes, we bhall hcII at ItKDUOED
PHICES and will close out our entire
Slock, good.will and lease of premises,
at a fair valuation, to a responsible
parly. A . XV. PE1 ROE & CO.
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zcalandiu,
70J Queen & Fort Street Storen. tf
cnmplainlB have reached me ef
lato from fcomu of mv customers
lluit they can purchase Huwaiiiin-madc
boiiji cucapor tlmu I liavo teen selling
it, I bug to Mate that I have always
transacted my business in n fair and
straightforward way, charging tho sains
price to all alike, and telling at a
moderate rate; and at the same time I
would inform my customers nnd the
public that from ami after this date my
iirlco will ho $ 7 per 100 lbs.
T. W. HAWLINS.
Honolulu Soup Works, Lcluo, Hono
lulu, Juno JMst. 00
IVe'Vr Goods !
Haw'nO.itiiHKcMntif'KlCo, dl 00 100
K. O. Hall it Son, 75 100
Inter-lnland S. N. Co., 105 100
Hell Telephone, ( 33 10
C. Htewei & Co., 11)1 1C0
Woodlawn Dairy, DO 100
Wulluku Sonar Co., b7 100
Wnininnalo, 170 100
Star Mill, (&425 600
Reciprocity SufrnrCn., SO 100
Ice Company, 87 100
L.A. THUHSTON,:Stock Hrokci.
33 Merchant Street. 151 ly
Crystal Soda Worts
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemoniiilc. SartaparlllH,
Fruit tijrupi and Essence a ml
made frinjtlie pure Apple, all of which
we jjiuinutco to lie the Iio-l.
- We ulso invite parties intending
btaning ttores for the unle of iced
drinks and wishing fountain Mipplies,
to cull on ii-. lielon- going elsewlurt-.
le Crystal Soda Works.
P. O. Hox 807, Honolulu.
WXXJDICI' s. ft. CO.,
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday nt
4 p.m., touching ut Lahuina, Mau
Iaea Bay, Makeua, Mahukoim, Ka
walhae, Laupuhoehoe and Hllo.
Returning, will touch at all th
al ovc ports, arriving at Honolulu
ai-li Hutil'lin fcflrrtvxi".
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Ainkeu Strccta.
Open every Day and Evening.
The Library consists at tlio present
time of over Five Thousand Volumes.
Tlio Heading Hoom is upplicd with
aho.it llfty of the leading iiuwppnpcru
A Parlor is provided for conversation
Terms of membership, llfty cents a
mouth, payable quarterly iu advance.
Xo formality requited In joining except
signing the roll.
Strangers from foreign countries nnd
visitors from the other Ulands aro wel
come to the rooms at all times ns guests.
This Association having no regular
means of support except the dues of
members, It is expected that resident!)
of Honolulu who de-ilrc to avail them
selves of Its privilege, and all who feel
an Inteicst in maintaining an institution
ot this kind, will put down their names
and become icgulai- contributors.
S. B. DOLE. President,
M. M. SCOUT, Vice-President,
II. A. PAKMELEE, Secietary,
A. L. SMITH, Treasurer,
C. T. HODOEKS, M.D.,
Chairman Hall and Library Committee.
THE undersigned Ih picpnrcd to fur
uish specimens of all the
Ferns of the Hawaiian Islands-
nt reasonable rates,
Couipleto Collection cmhrac.
Ing 140 varieties representing 20 families
prepared to order only. These collections
display entiio fronds of each ft-rn with
roots and other Important parts of each
plant. Collections embracing from 5J0
to 60 varieties elegantly mounted and
decorated uith iiiosh-s, lichens and tea.
weeds peculiar to tho Islands always ou
hand nt Mx'nr. King Bros.' Art Store,
Fort Street. Honolulu.
Packages of Ihe spores of all varieties
of ferns found in the group for sale,
Thesopackages are guaranteed to contain
fresh spores and are securely put up uml
accurately named. Pricu per packet 10
Pamphlet containing particulars In
reference to living plants, with a eata.
logue of the ferns mailed to any address
within the Postal Union upon iccoipt of
G cent stump, Addrcs.8,
F. L. OLAI1KE,
87 Honolulu. Oahu, H. I.
O LUSO JIAWAHANO."
A LL persons
who want to communl.
tho Poitucucsc. either
J. cute with
for business, or for procuring workmen.
servants or uny other helps, will And It
the most profitable way to advertise In
the Lmo Jfawaiiaiw, the now organ of
the Portuguese colony, which is pub.
llshcd on Merchant stnet, Gaxeltt Build.
Ing, (Post-Oulce Letter Hox E.), and
only charges reasonable rates for adver.
CIDER'' :nit J