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TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 188G.
Sclir Ehukol from Walalna
fitmr Ltkcllkc for Knlutlut and Ilnna
Sum- Wulalcitlo for Kuuiil
Stmr Iivnlnnl for Mini I niul Hawaii
10 n in
Schr Ehtik.il for Wnlalua
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bktnc Mnry Wlnkclman for Snu Fran
cisco VESSELS IN PORT. .
Bktnc Discovery, Meyer
Bktue W II Dlniond Swift
Bktnc Mary Winkclman, Backus
Qcr sclir Jlury.O Uoliui.
S S Australia, Webber
Am bk Leteltfoid, Bubcoek
Haw brig Alllo Howe, .1 Phillips, from
Hongkong, due Aug 3-M.
Bol bulk Don ISlcoht', Ross, from
Pott Townscml, WT, due July 20-111.
Kle bk Itlmljio, llounul, fiotu De
parture Bay, 11 i", diiu.luuc L'.")-:iO.
Ger hark Pacific Oilman, from Bre
men, due Sept 20-'J0.
Am bark California, from Port Town
send, W T, due Aug 1-11.
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Boston, due August 20-31.
Am sclir Ida tichnaucr, from Emcka,
Col, duo at ICahuiui,. Inly 20-30.
Am bark Xlcolus Thayer, Croby,
S V, due August
Am bark Elslnore, O W Jcnko, from
Newcastle, X S V, due August 20-30.
Am bark Pacille Slope, Barnes, from
Newcastle, X S Sv, due September
BMSS Mararoa, (Biit) James Edle,
from tlie Colonies, en route to San
Francisco, due August 2Sth.
Brit bulk W 11 Watson, from Liver
poo), sailed June Dili, due here October
Brit ship Amana, sailed from London,
April 0th, and from Madeira April iMih,
due here August 24-31.
Brit bark lionci-iur, sailed from Liver
pool, June oth, due here October 23rd
Brit bk Isle of Erin, sailed from
Glasgow, Apill 10th, due September 3
13. CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Ehukai COO sugar.
For Maul and Hawaii, per steamer
Kin :ui, Aug 23 For the Volcano: Capt
H Webber. G E Cox, Mr Withers, Dr
Condon, W G Brash and son, and Mr
and Mrs B.ige. For llilo and inter
mediate ports: Mrs Kahaulullo and 3
children, .Miss lluuaia Kauahelc, Miss
Kiliopu, Jlis- Aheotia, Capt (J Li hmau,
C It Collins, G Arinsttoug, Brother
Bertram, ltev W C Meniir, Miss M
Dowsett, M Coya, II S Townscud and
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Iwa
laui, Aug 23 F 11 Hopke, Mr McLaue
and wife, Miss B Ward and 75 deck.
Arrivals at San Francisco, July 31st,
bk Hope, 31 days front Honolulu; Aug
5th, sclir Anna, 25 days fiom Kuhulul;
8th, S S Mariposa; I2ilt, bark Forest
Queen, 25 days from Honolulu; brig W
G Irwin, 20 days front Honolulu; sclir
John G Xoi th, 2G days from Honolulu ;
14th, sclir Dora Bluhiu, 21 days fiom
Honolulu; loth, bk O O Whiimore, 30
days from 'Honolulu; bk Lapwing, 30
days Irom Honolulu; biig J D Spreck
els, 10 days fiom Kalutliu; 10th, bktue
Departures from San Francisco, Aug
llth, brig Clans Sptcckels; 18th, schr
J i! Ford.
The bk Lechford is docked at the
Wilder S S wharf.
The W G Hull is docked at Brewer's
Sclirs ICauikeaotili from Kohala, the
Leahi from Uutnilei, the Kulainauu
from Puna and the Mol Wahlue lrom
Koholulele arc now due here.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Messrs. Wolfe & Co. havo decor
ated their show window with Cali
The oysters nt the Beaver nro not
nil gone yet, and those who hurry up
will have a chunce.
Messrs. C. It. Bishop & Co. receiv
ed $50,000 in U. S. gold by the
The members of the Sailors' Homo
Society will meet at 9:30, at tlie
Home, to-morrow morning.
Messrs. Young &. Shepard, at Pa-
lama, have a soda water stand in
connection with their saddlery busi
Mn. Wall is trying to niuko arrange
ments with Mr. Agington, tlto cele
brated skator, for a season at Yose
The foundation of Mr. Mendonca's
new brick building, near tlio coiner
of Nuuutiu and Hotel streets, is
Captain Freeman of tho steamer
Iwahuti, will tako tlto steamer Wui
aleulo on her maiden tiip to Kauai
Mn. P. C. Jones' bookkeeping class
at tho Y. M. U. A. Hall now numbers
23 members, about ono half of whom
aro nutivo Hawaiiuns.
Messrs. Mclntyru it Diother re
ceived by tho steamer ycsteiday,
some very hit go peaches, weighing
nearly a pound apiece.
Captain Dates, of tlio steamer W.
G. Hall, took command of tlto
steamer Jwuluni on her trip to Maui
and Hawaii, this morning.
Messrs. Adams fc Co. will hold a
credit sale of Cltineso wares and pro
visions, at their suk'siooiii, at 10
o'clock to-moirow moining.
Oaptai.v Xyo has u'signcd tho cap
taincy of the btcamer C. It. KUhop and
has been succeeded by Mr. Chancy,
lately chief oMiw of the y 0. Hull.
MMMMMw,MMWHieMBllwPBBsi iigmllml09mKMm''ilSm r Ifcw-f Inrffl 1!
Iesshe. Lewis & Co.'s fruit cllsap
peared with astonishing rapidity yes
terday, so that by evening not a
vestigo of the moro choice kinds was
Captain Xilsson lias no intention
of going on the sharking expedition
in tlto General Scigel, recently rcfei-
led to in (big paper. As tho matter
now stands, thcto seems to ho means
but no captain.
As oyster-eating contest took place
utuMukiki lcsidonco last night be
tween two well-known young men of
Honolulu. They niUBteied i! tins
(six dozen) between tlient, ono win
ning by 10 oysters.
Tnu sailing of the barkentine Liv
iugstonu for Hongkong, was post
poned until tltis afternoon. Site
took 170 Chinese steerage passen
gers, besides some old iton and cop
per, valued at .1)3.00.
A CAIU.E message wan icct'ivcd by
the Australia that tlto Hon. Samuel
Talker's new uniform hail been ship
ped by the mail steamship Servia,
and would icaeh Honolulu in tlio
unprecedented time of twenty-two
rjii:s!i)i:T Merritt, of Oiiliu Col
lege, returned by tltc Austrulia. He
was very successful in tlm object of
his visit to the Coast, liavitig scented
four, fust-class tcacheis for the Col
legiate Depui Intent, and for tlie l'te
Michael Gailtonc, complainant in
tlto Paddy llyun assault and buttery
case, is impioving. Ho is able to
walk about lite Hospital grounds,
and will, probably, on Friday next,
tlie time set for tltc dial, be aide to
testify in coutt.
The lepcis on Molokai will bo
made glad on the arrival of the next
steamer at tlie settlement. Messrs.
Pannelce, J. J. Williams, and C. J.
McCaithy have collected 5 eases of
chewing tobacco, which they will
send to Molokai by the lirst steamer.
Messrs. Hackfold &. Co.'s ciedit
sale by E. P. Adams it Co. amounted
to about $45,000. Tho sale was kept
up live days, beginning on August
18th and ending on tho 23d. A
large stock of assorted goods was dis
posed of at fair pi ices. Tito majority
of tltc purchascis were Chinese.
Quong Sam Kee & Co. Inning
called for tenders to erect three two
story brick buildings on tho co.-nor of
King and Maunakea streets, received
the following bids : Lishman $13,500,
Lucas $12,280, llnivison Htos. $11,
908, Miiyhcw $11,210, Cava lagh $10,
903, and Lincoln $10,700. The con
tract has not yet been awaided.
Mr. Tcrrill, bookkeeper for the
Pacific Navigation Co., reports 27
tins of opium being found in posses
sion of a Mi. Pliant, a late arrival.
Tho catch was made in front of the
P. N. Co.'s office this morniug, by a
native policeman, and although
neither the Custom House officials
nor tlie Police authoiitics know any
thing of the capture, Mr. Ten-ill is
willing to swear to tlie seizure, and
consents to have his name published
to authenticate the repott.
Master Hoi ace Tregloan is im
proving, but is still confined to bed.
OFncEit Marcos has sufficiently re
covered fiom a beize of bcrious ill
ness to bo around town again.
. m -
II. It. II. Princess Liliuokalani
was at tho wharf yesterday, on the
departure of tho steamer Kinau.
Miss. J. Brown, after pleasantly
spending 2 week's with her family of
It. A. Macfie, Esq., Kauai, bus re
turned to Honolulu, and will proceed
on her homewaid trip to England by
tho next steamer.
RESPECT TO HIS MEMORY.
The United States Consular flag
is flying at half-must to-day as a
symbol of mourning, and as a mark
of respect to the memory of tlio late
Win. Hunter, who after 57 years of
continuous service in tlie state de
partment at Washington, died on
Thursday July 22nd. Win. Hunter
was at the time of his death Assis
tant Secretary of State, having
advanced to that station fiom tlie
position of clerk. He was admired
ibr his fidelity and was conspicuous
for his ability in the discharge of
THE PACIFIC CABLE.
A London despatch of July 29th
says: An interview with Mr. Sand
ford Fleming is published heie,
which points to the probability of
an attempt to establish dircct,telc
graphic communication between
Great Britain, Canada mid Austra
lasia. Tlie Imperial and Australa
sian Governments havo been ap
proached and have agreed to grant
subsidies which will enable tin in
fluential company to lay a cable
fiom Vancouver to Brisbane in
Queensland, or Sydney, N. S. W.,
via tlio Sandwich Islands.
AN INQUEST BEING HELD.
An inquest, relative to tho acci
dental shooting of Kalauokalani, a
small native boy two years and
seven mouths old, icfcrrcd to in
yesterday's paper, is being held this
afternoon. Ktuti, who owned tho
pistol that made the fatal wound, is
held by tho court for examination.
Kaai says that Kulauokalani fre
quently visited his (Kaai's) house,
near the Queen's Hospital, and that
last Sunday evening he (Kaai),
while bathing in the bath-house left
a pistol (a bull-dog, about 38 cali
bre, copper shell, rim fire) on tho
table, not thinking of Kalauokalani,
who was in tho house. The pistol
bad but one shot in It,
claim9 that tbe boy must have been
playing with it when it exploded.
The boy when standing erect was
fully 12 inches taller than tlie table
on which the pistol wns lying. Tlto
sltot penetrated tlie boy's face, on
the loft side of the nose, caino out
behind the right car and buried
itself in a wooden floor. Death was
WHERE ARE THE POLICE?
Editor lli'i.i.ivnx : I have never
felt very proud of our constabulary,
and do not see any reason to coil
gratulale ourselves on the appoint
ment of tho present incumbent.
There are scenes of depravity oc
curring nightly, in this little town of
ours, that would "pale the ineffect
ual fires" of many of the larger
metropolitan cities and our police sit
supiilnely by, and let the carnival
of crime go on without let or
One needs only to walk up Niuia
nu street to Hold on a Saturday
night, to bu regaled with tlie per
vading odor of gin, intermingled
with the lascivious music of the
"hula-kui" and the drunken brawl
ing of besotted wretches making
night hideous in every sense.
That this sort of thing should be
allowed by our police in the ince of
existing laws to prevent it, calls for
some decided action on lite part of
our citizens, if tho police are un
willing to enforce tlie law. The
occurrences of last Saturday night,
are simply indescribable. It needs
n few of your fearless editorials to
bring the present Marshal to a
sense of the duties of his oilicc.
You cannot do tlto public a greater
service titan to break up a few of
these disreputable saloons.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Tlie following cntiicsof foreign
visitors have been made on the Hotel
register since noon of j-estcrday:
It. C. Aginton, Boston ; II. P. Des
mond, Boston; C. A. Brown, Wor
Jt is a treat to get a little Band
music again. So think the people
apparently, for they came to Emma
Squaie in considerable number last
night. This was tlie first public
appearance of tho indefatigable
Bcrger with the Royal Hawaiian
Baud since returning fiom llilo.
Tlncc new pieces were played, and
tlie audience applauded. The boys
sang two llilo songs, new to Hono
lulu, and the listeners wcic not
satisfied. That is, they wanted
more, and called for more, but got
no more. A very few people moved
away before the conceit ended.
The next public appearance of tlto
Band will be at the Hawaiian Hotel,
next Thursday evening.
SUCAR AND RICE.
Williams, Dimoud & Co.'s circular
of the ICth, says: There has been
no change in our local refinery prices
of sugar since our last circular of
J ul jr 31st.
The situation botli in Europe and
New York continues dull and low
pi ices still rule. On August 3rd a
sale of 2,107 bags Cuba Centrifugals
was mode in New York at 5J c. for
9Ci percent test, making the Cuba
basis here on that date 5 3-10 c. for
96 percent test. Since then there
has been no change.
The small sales made, such as the
above, are wholly without signill
cance except to emphasic the con
tinued dullness of trade and the
unwillingness of consumers to make
any important addition to their sup
plies. .There has really been no
demand and sales are very difficult
Refiners are receiving liberal ad
ditions to their stock by direct im
portations and their continued in
difference shows that they are pretty
well supplied against present and
The statistical position however
has been for some time steadily im
proving and the effect must surely
be felt after a while.
Latest telegraphic advices from
New York of the 14lh inst., quote
yalue of Cuba centrifugals 9C per
cent test at 5 3-10 c. no sales.
Market dull and declining, and shows
no signs of improvement. Consump
tion largo. Receipts moderate.
We quote price of lice at -iy c,
CO days, very firm.
Drink Val libit. Beer bottled
oxpresbly for this climate.
Artists' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stretchers, Canvas, etc, etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. 1 1 Ct.
Dr. Flint's Heart Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation, Descriptive book
witli every bottle. Reiibon Smith it
Co., Agents, 351
For flno Ico Cream, Cakes and
Candies, go to the reliable Elite Ice
Cream Pallors, 85 Hotel street. Their
Ico Cream is recognized as tho best
in town by all connoisseurs. 91
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The undersigned tcspcctfully in
forms Heads of families, Restaurants
and Private parties that ho sells his
now unive:sally acknowledged su
perior Ice Oleum, for which tlio de
mand has doubled in tlio short space
of time of 1 mouth, cheaper than
what udultoiated compounds of so
called Ico Cteani is told for.
Practical Confectioner, Paslry cook
and Ornaiueittor. 13
Iks finest, moit delioloui and
richest steam made Ice Cream, for its
purity and genuineness, I herewith
publicly guarantee can only be found
in Honolulu, at tho Pioneer Steam
Confectioneiy, Bakoiy and Comfort
able Cool Ice Crenni Room, Hotel,
between 'Nuuatiu and Fort streets.
Mutual and Bell Telephone No. 7-1.
AVi:st, Dow it Co. have received
ex Australia an assortment of II, W.
mnrblo lop bcdioom n'ts, latgo wood
bottom arm chaits, walnut pnilor
frames, picture and cornice moulding
nil kinds, pietuio coul and wire,
easels, lttstio fi nines, baby oiuringes,
drums, Musical balls, checker boaids,
lotto, banjos, stiings, song folios, sheet
music, etc., etc. 12 3t
Patronize Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, whet e be is ptt'paiod to fill all
ordets at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
mid promptly lilled. The attention
of dealeis is lespectfully invited to
tltc fact "no license is requited" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget t lie
name J. W. Hingley, nor the place
Ciystal Soda Wotks, Hotel street.
WAR DECLARED AT THE TEM
l'LE OF FASHION 1
S. Colin it Co. have deteitnined to
light opposition and gieat ptopur.i
tions nie made in tegitrd to reducing
pi ices of llto entile stock of Clothing,
Gents' Flu nibbing Goods, Pools and
Slmes, Diy Goods, Fancy Goods, etc.,
etc. The great fight will commence
on the first day of September. Goods
wn.i. hi: soi.i at such prices as will
convince the tiade, mote especially
sonic of tlto uptown1 ictail slioph, of
the ubsutdity of cutting down living
p ices, and we mean to "fight it out
on thi line" until the ttade, or
lather those uptown ictail shops
come to teulize that the best way of
conducting .business is on a solid
legitimate basis. Wo will cut and
split piices of oveiy aiticle above
mentioned. In fact no tt-aonablc
oiler will be tefiised. Tins is xo
nu.Miiuo. We mean wli.it we m'.v,
and intend to act up to it. Lookout
for tbe 1st of Scplcmbci.
S. CO I IN & CO.
(Dates to the 107t iist., ix S. S.
At Seattle, W. T., two large saw
mills, machine shop, blacksmith
shop, warehouse and whrrves of the
Washington Mill Company, the prin
cipal stockholder of which is W. J.
Adams of San Fiancisco, were total
ly destroyed by Cue on tltc 12th, to
gether with over 1,500,000 I'cct of
cut timber. Tlie lire was started by
sparks from a donkey engine un
loading the baikcntine Rctiiever at
one of tite wharves. The fire could
easily have been controlled had
there been any appliances for the
pin pose, but the people of the
village were utterly helpless and
were compelled to watch tlie de
struction of the magnificent property
without doing anvtbim; to save it.
The loss exceeds S200,000; the
amount of the insurance is unknown.
The Grand Jury which ha'd been
in session at Salt Lake, since April
was discharged on the 13th inst., in
the Third District Court. It had
found forty-live indictments for
polygamy and unlawful cohabitation,
one for passing counterfeit money,
and besides indictments in sixteen
Territorial cases. The Grand Jury
ignored six United States and thirty
Territorial cases, fourteen of tho
latter charges being selling liquor
on Sunday, based on the evidence
of two spotters named Ross and
More, who were given money by the
police and promised 20 per cent of
the fines. Moore is said by the
jury to be an unrepentent and un
mitigated swindler and liar, having
bcrved a sentence in jail for obtain
ing money under false pretenses,
and admitted to the Grand Jury
that he had been guilty of at least
twenty-five like offenses in the city
during the past live years, not less
limn eight members of tlie Grand
Jury having been personally swin
dled by him.
The town of Folsoni, on tho
Pacific Coast, was swept by fire on
the afternoon of the 1.1th. Nearly
all tho business pot lion of the town
was destroyed. Total loss, S150.000
of which not more than 8.')5,000 was
coveted by instnance.
Tertiblu fotest llres wero raging in
in Wisconsin. Families wero burned,
streams drying up and cattle dying
Michael Davitt arrived in New
York by tlie Germanic, after a
voyage devoid of incident. The
Iribh agitator was accompanied by
Junius Rourke, one of the owners of
the Dublin North City Milling Com
pany and business partner of Patrick
Egan, President of the Irish National
League of Amciica. Mr. Davitt
will attend tho Chicago Convention,
and afterward deliver a series of
lectures throughout the country and
devote some of tho monoy thus
iealicd-to increasing the balance of
tho Jrih World's famine fund,
which he has placed in tlto National
Bank of Dublin for the purpose of
buying boats and fishing tackle for
destitute fishermen on the west coast
The Kinnerslcy Iron Works, at
Kiddgrove, County of Stafford, have
been closed on account of depres
sion in the Iron trade. Ono thou
sand workmen are idle.
"At-Deign, Lancashire, a terrific
explosion occurred In tho Woodend
colliery. One hundred and forty
miners were below at tho time find
many of them were shockingly
burned. Two corpses have already
been recovered from tho mine and
It is feared many more will be found.
A later dispatch states that forty
have perished by the explosion.
A banquet wns given by tiic Lord
Mayor on the evening of the llth.
Tho usual local toasts were proposed
and responded to. Sir J. I'. Curon,
Canadian Minister of Defence, who
responded to the toats to tho Army
ami Navy, referred nmid loud
cheers to the Canadian assistance
sent to Egypt.
Aii impel ial deeiee has been
issued prnhibitiing the circulation of
ten ben notes of tor .lime, 1887.
The cholera has so far abated in
Kyoto that the authorities have
under consideration tlie removal of
The premium on silver has in
creased to one yen per 1,000 yen in
Kobe, owing to the growing demand
for silver in business.
The Eastern Ilongangi is about to
send llftccn priests to Europe to re
pott upon the condition of religion
in the various countries on tlie
Dr. Sano, Chief or the Medical
Inspectors'of Kobe, is liying cholera
experiments with several hares
which he has obtained lor the pur
pose. According to ollleial statistics for
the year I8S5, 1 he total number of
births in the country was 85'2,ll!)9,
and of deaths (::!, (528, or a daily
avetage of 2,:):i.).o3 and 1,708.57
Fiom March to June tltis year,
10!i,!110 bags of sugar manufactured
at tbe Government sugar factyry at
Mombetsii, in tho Hokkaido, were
exported, and 00,100 bags sold in
The authoiitics of the lli"lt Nor
mal school have lesolvcd on de
spatching to Europe and America
competent gtaduales of the school
every year, in order to the comple
tion of their studies.
Owing to tltc (lontinuous dry
weather, the water in the rivers in
the neighboih'iod of Tokio has con
siderably decreased, and in conse
quence several mills have been
obliged to suspend operations.
It is ptoposcd to hold an Inter
national Exhibition at Shanghai two
Another lighthouse has been open
ed on the coasts under tlie Imperial
Commissions. It is at Tnku.
A tin one for the Chinese Em
peror at San-liai is to have its
foundation and pedestal made of
It is staled that the French have
received seveial contracts ior build
ing bridges in Tientsin.
A locomotive with a tender,
eleven caniages and 2,000 luetics
of rt'il. have arrived ul Shung-hoi.
The slock is bound for Tientsin, to
order of Messrs. Jul dine, Mathcson
Mr. Bitch, of Liverpool, has ar
ranged with the Viceroy Li Hung
Cli..ng to supply a torpedo bout for
0,000. If the bo.it turn out satis
fi'Oloiy,a 1 igcr older wi'l bo given.
Another Ltvorpol hrin has tendered
for torpedo cruisers, lite price being
put down from i.'a3,0(l0 to 10,000.
A secret memoiutidnm from .the
Viceroy Li Hung Chan to the King
of Corrca, wiillen two months be
fore negotiations for a treaty be
tween Russia and Corrca were en
tered upon, has just been published.
It shows distinctly that Li's inten
tion was to maintain China's control
Within the last few days the
police of Panama have not been
armed, as hitherto, with rifles.
Sarah Bernhardt is expected to
arrive at Valparaiso at the end of
September aud will perforin in the
new theatre there.
Advices ate to hand, via Jamaica,
of the stranding of tltc Royal Mail
steamer Tagus near Bahia.
A new insurance company, under
tltc title of La Pucilico, is being
formed in Valparaiso. Tlto paid up
capital is to be three million of
dollais with power to inctease it to
The Chinese in Muzatlan appear
to be steadily gaining a material
foothold. They have invaded the
Plaza Hidalgo and later that of
Machudo, in consequence of which
the "Club de Gallo," a fraternity
which formerly made a habitual
lounge of tlio benches thete, have
evacuated the promises in favor of
the Celestials, tiansfcrring their
own haunts to quintets unknown.
El Correo suggests it might not be
amiss to apply the pernicious for
eign ulauso to the Chinese emigiants.
Tlie marriage on July filh, of
Miss Louisa Romero Rubni, daugh
ter of Setior Manuel Romero Ruboi,
Minister of the Interior, to Jose
Teiosu, a wealthy young Mexican,
was a billliant social event. The
young lady is a sMer of the wifo of
President'Diaz, of Mexico.
A minder has been committed in
Cnllao Buy, on boaid the 1'. S. N.
Co.'s steamer Pizarro. Two Chi
lian sailors on boaid, named Toledo
mid Miranda, had quarreled during
the day, anil the quarrel was sup
posed to be over, but at night, when
Toledo was asleep in his bunk, he
was mottally slabbed by Miianda.
A SITUATION wllh a prtvnio family,
b a man who uttdcrbtiiiiils care of
horoes. A careful dilver. Cun milk
cows If reuulicd. Apply at
410 T11I8 OFFICE,
BY a young man, a German, employ
ment at nny kind of work. Inquire
for CHARLES WILLIAMS,
11 3t Sailors' Homo
A MEETING of the Members of the
SAILORS' HOME SOCIETY will
be held for the transaction of business
of importance on WEDNESDAY next,
the '-"lib inst., at 0:30 a.m , at tlio Home.
A full altrmlniicc is rwnicsted. Ir
order, F. A. SCHAEFEH, Sec'y.
Honolulu, August 21, ItfeO. 11 !lt
Store for Kent, and Fix
tures for Sale.
rpilAT desirable Sloie now occupied
X by the LADIES' BAZAAR, 88 Fort
stieet. and all the Fiturc. Glass Cases.
&c, fin alt. For further particulars,
enquire on Ihe PrcinUis.
In conformity wllh a resolution of
the Shaieliolder-t of the Walmcii Sugar
Mill Company, adopted at u iitcrtuiK
held on August i:i, IbSfi, authorizing the
i'tcslduiit and Sit i entry of said Corpor
ation to dbpo$u of its property, clc, the
properly of the said
Waimca Sup1 Mill Co,
AT WA1MEA, KAUAI,
will be bold to the highest bidder, nt
Public Auction, at the Salesroom of E.
P. Adams & Co., on
Monday, 6th day of Septem
ber, A.D. 1886,
at the hour of 12 o'clock m., to wit: the
Entiro bUGAK WOHKS, known as the
Waimea Sugar Mill,
Erected on fee simple laud at Wnimea,
Kauai, with all its contents and machin
ery and modem improvements, inanu.
facttircd by tho Honolulu Iron Works
Company in 188-1.
Leases of lands adjoining the mill site.
Houses for manager, sugar boiler, en
gineer and laborers.
lllacksmitlt nnd carpenter shop.
220 working Oxen, mote or less.
HO ox.cnrts, yokes and chains.
llri'ke, harnesses, windmill, black
smith and carpenter tools, including 1
large Putnam Laihe, complete nnd
OiUce and household furniture.
Railroad track, etc., etc.
1 tccond-hand Engine, 1024, in order,
nuido by tho Honolulu Iton Works
Also, till coal, lumber and sugar bags
whutcver on bund on dny of sale.
S2T For information as to terms of
sale nnd other particulars ns to
Exintiiig l'lnnting Contract,
Wcll.horiiig and other minor contracts
advantageous to tho Mill, persons desir
ing to become purchasers may apply to
PH. OPFEUGELT. President?
ED. HOFFSCULAEGEU & Co., Ag'ts,
Or to J,
Banjo and Guitar1
IS. JT. A.pploly,
A Thorough Teacher.
3?" For terms, nnply to
400 lm WEST, DUW & CO.
Cheap, in any Quantity.
091 IIUSTAOE& ItOBBnTSON. T1m
Having fecuted tho Services of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we nro prepared to cxeciitu all
House or $igii
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
A Splendid Opportunity.
Any person desirous of pro
curing a plea-ant homo can
do so by unnlviiii: to the un-
deisigned. 'litis limisu mid lot is situ
ated on Fori stieet, next lo tho Gyninn
hiitin liitildlng. The grounds are plant
ed with many rare treis und plants.
C. K. MILLEU'S
01 lm Business Agency.
C. K. MILLER,
General Butlness & Purchasing Agent.
42 Merchant Si, Honolulu
My most faithful attention will be
given for tho
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tliu residents of lite
7 I wnvnrwl lalwnds ol tbl uro'lP. fly
The White House,
No, 118 Nuuiuiu Htruot,
Honolulu, II. I.
l'rlvate Family Hotel; Terms Ileason
able; Flrsi-clabs Accommodations,
MRS, J. VIEHUA, Proprietress.
mMfLA That vary dodmbla Cottftg
fifcSH on Kinau street, property of
MHHUH Mr. J. F. Smith, W adjoin,
lng tho residence of W. R. Castle, Esq.
Ono of the most suitable houses in town
for two slnglo gentjemen or. small fam
ily. Evcryflilng-in tlp-lop order. "Am
ple accommodations for two horses and
cniringcs, etc. Pent very low to the
tight parties. Apply to the Hawaiian
('Htrlngc Mnnuf'g Co'.'s office. 405 lm
This absolutely pure
Cider Ih imiuufuclured in
the orchard one year be
fore placing it on the iuair
ket, and generates Its own
gas by natural fermenta
tion. A Hinall invoice .fust re
ceived and for Halo by
Macfarlane & Co.
AS (oniphtiitls have reached nie of
laic from some of my customer
that they can piut'hasit Hawallan.mnde
Soap cheaper ilinn I have Letn selling
It, 1 beg to state Hint I have always
trautaclcd my busines in a fair and
straightforward way, cbarginp the same
price (o all alike, anil selling at a
modulate rale; and ul the same time I
would Inform my customers nnd Ihe
public that ft mn and after this date my
price will he $7 per 100 lbs.
T. W. HAWLINS.
Honolulu Soap Works, Leleo, Hono
lulu, June 'J 1st. 50
Crystal Soda Works
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, b'tiroparilli,
Fruit Sj nips und Eisencctfand
made frm tbe puro Apple, all of which
we gunruuleo lo be the best.
tSF We also invite parties intending
starting stores for Iho side of iced
drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
to cull on us before going elsewhere.
Tin Cryslal Soia Works,
P. O. I5ox U97, Honolulu.
Mer-IsM S. I Co.,
Tlie JBmt Ifc.oxite
to tlto,' World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
'Ihe new m. d tiiunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at )0 o'clock a.m. on
Tuesday, August 24th.
The steamer pastes along the entiro
coast of tho leowurd side of Haw-dl. af.
fording tourists a panorama of chnrm.
ing scenery, and will stop at Kenluke
kiiu Hay. nliere sufficient lime is allow
ed to visit the Monument of Cnpiuin
Tourists by this roulo reach Punalitu
at !i o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, making iliu "entire passage in
smooth water. At Puuuliiu there is tho
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will lie conveyed
by railroad to Pahala. Ihence by st ige
coach to Hulf.wuy Hntifc, where horses
und guides will hi: in ultcudaucu to con
vey them to the Volcano.
TourlslR will bine two nights and one
whole day at Ihe Volcano House.
Tickets for the lound trip, $50, which
includes all ezpent.es.
Apply to HAHItY AHMITAOE,
Agent, nt 'Wlllfittiih Photograph Gallery,
Fort strict, or at tho oflico of the 1. 1 B.
N. Co., Espliiiinilc. pr.OCm
Bunt Out, but Not Dead!
Ryan's Boat-Bnllfliii Slop
Is now adjoining the rear of
lIiiw'nOiimaircManf'eiCo.. c 00
K. O, Hall &, Son, (a 75
Inter.lwland S, N. Co., 105
llell Telephone, 33
C. Bruwcr & Co., 101
Woodlawn Dairy, 00
Wuiluku Sugar Co., B7
Star Mill, (34'25
Reciprocity Bttgat Co., 0
Ice Company, 87
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Hrokei.
38 Merchant Street. 101 ly