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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2fi, 1880.
Rilg A lie Houo fioin Ilonckonf
Stmr .Ins Makeo fioni Walniiac nncl
Sclir Moi Wahlno fioni ICoholalelo
Sclir Kaulkcjoull fiom Kiihnla
Bktue Mury Wlnkelman for Sau Kran-
Sclir Emma for Kauai
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Jas Mnkcu for Wnlanao and ICaua!
at 10 a in
Bktnc W II Dlmond for San Francisco
Sclir Kntilkeaoull for Koliala
Schr Moi Wahlno for Koholalele
Sclir Wnlelui for Kauai
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktnc Dlsoociy, Mover
RUncW II Dlniond Swift .
Qor sclir Mnrv 0 Hnliin,
S S Australia, Webber
Ficd V Litchfield, Baitlctt
Haw biig Allio Bow c, J Phillips,
Bol bark Don Nicolas, Ross, from
Poit Townscnd. W T, due July 20-31.
NIc bk Klniljio, Ilowaid, fioni De
parttue Bay, B (', duo June 25-.10.
Qerbaik Pacific, Oltuian, from Bie
men, due Sept 20-30.
Am baik California, from Port Town
send, W T. duo Aug 1-11.
AmbkEdwaid Mny, Johnson, from
Boston, due August 20-31.
Am bark Nicolas Thayer, Crosby,
from Newcastle, N S W, due August
Am bark Elslnoic, G W Jeiks, fioni
Newcastle, N S W, due August 20-30.
Am bark Pacillc Slope, Barnes, from
Newcastle, N S W, duo September
KMSS Maraioa, (Biit) James Edic,
fiom the Colonics, en route to San
Fiancisco, difu August 28th.
Biit baik W 11 Watson, fioni Liver
pool, silled June Otli, clue licit October
Biit ship Annua, sailed from London,
April Cth, and from Madciu April 24th,
due here August 21-31.
lirit bark Iioneiag, sailed from Liver
pool, June 0th, due liere October 23rd
Brit bk Isle of Erin, sailed from
Glasgow, Apiil lCth, due September 3
18. Am bktue Planter, AV R Perrlmau,
m Port Tow nsend, W T, due Sept
ship Melrose. Kalb, from Port
eud, W T, due Sept 1-15.
ij;tne Salintt, Blake, from San
i, duo Aug 20-25
. Anna, Williams, from San
for Kahulul. due Aug 28-30.
c i Inns Spri'ckcls, E P Drew,
-ancisco, due Aug 25-28.
Amelia, W Newhall, fiom
due Aug 25-28.
CForU, from Sau Fran
FROM ISLAND PORTS.
-1,088 sugar and 542 paddy.
.vauai, per stmr Waialeale,
, 24 Rev A Mackintosh, Master
.jcncas Mackintosh, Rev Father Syl
vester, W II Rice, II Watcrhouso, G N
Wilcox, Miss Foibes, Miss Giorgiana
Williams, Mr Ros, Miss J 'Waialeale
and about 120 duck passengeis.
For liana, Huelo and;, Kaliului,
Maul, per steamer Likelikc, iAui 24
Mr Youug, Mr Mansou, B F Bolles,
3Iiss Alice K. llnnapi, Mr Meyers and
family, M E Silva, Mr Koelling, J
Clark- E Lasuins, Mr Barncsrv W II
Cummings, Miss Agnes Walpuilani,
und about 1C0 deck passengers.
For Sau Fianclsun. per barkentine
"Mury Winkehnau; Aug 25 James Ilro
die. SHIPPING NOTES.
The Mary Winkelman sailed this
morning for Sau Francisco with 14,378
bags of sugar, 1,500 bags of i ice, 84 bbls
of molasses and 0,300 empty bottlcB.
At her residence, Kallhl Valley, on
Aug. 24, Mrs. It. Kalanlpoo, aged 20
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Honolulu Rifles drill this
evening in their new armory.
Mr. W. S. Luco has an amended
special notice in to-day's issue.
Mr. J. Lyons' regular cash sale bo
gins at 10 o'clock to-morrow morning.
m 1 1
Mr. E. R, Ryan laid keels this
morning foi two 31-foot whaleboats
for Komi, Hawaii.
Another monthly dividend of tho
People's Ice & Itefiigerator Company
will bo payable to-morrow.
The bark Litchfield which arrived
the other day fiom Hongkong
brought 22 Chinese passengers.
The merry-go-up-nnd'around has
been taken to pieces, und will bo
sent to Kauai, whero it will bo elec
ted. . . .
There will be no service at St.
Andiew's Cathedral this evening,
owing to tho absence of Rov. Mr.
A iiusinkss meeting of the Bethel
Social Union will bo held, after tho
prayer mooting, this evening, at tho
Captain Poirco, during his sojourn
in California, purchased some 200
odd acres of land, six miles from tho
railroad, in Fresno county.
The Hawaiian bjig Allio Rowp,
Captain Phillips, 50 days from Hong
kong, is uncboied oil' port with 25
Chinese pubsongom on board,
A coat of black paint has just been
put on tho iion shutteis of Messrs.
Schaofer & Co.'s place of biuinefcs,
y greatly improving tho appearance.
Mr. Wall bus closed tho engage
ment with Mr. Agiuton, and a giand
-. :4lWi&i '-JEtet JbS .
exhibition, of fancy sknlhig will tnfeo
place on Friday evening, Aug. 27th.
' ' . .
Thk ventriloquist and coinuicdinii,
Mi. Fred. Millis, assisted by Miss
Evn Hewitt, mndo a great lilt at the
"Wigwam," San Francisco, during
the G. A. It. celebration.
A? hnnoinblo representative, hitn
Fclf addicted to the habit, ban been
so harassed with doggerel from the
press table, that bo threatens per
sonal violence against tho offending
Mu. Ho Fon, reporter for the Chi
nese newspaper, was thrown out of
an express carriage on Liliba street
yesterday, and leccived painful
bruises about tho bead, while his left
aim and hand were badly lacerated.
5In. Hilder, pioprietor and man
ager of the Central Cigar Stand, has
a Biipeiior quality of Manila cigar,
that requires neither a Menm engine
nor a mustard plnstci at the back of
the neck to draw the smoke through.
Tin: following officers have been
elected for the coming year by tho
Olowalu Sugar Company ; G.
Irwin, President; H. R. Macfarlane,
Vice-President; W. M. Gifl'nrd, Trea
suier; C. O. Berger, Secretary and
Mtt. J. E. Wiseman received in
formation, by the last steamer, to tho
efTect that Mr. Clark Hillyer, Miss
Allio Bnllinger, and probably Mr.
Fred. Millis, accompanied by seeral
other specialists, may be expected in
Honolulu on the return of the S. S.
TnniiE are two maps posted up at
Messrs. Oat, Jr. & Co.'h door, one
representing Great Britain and Ire
land, and showing how much of the
country favors homo rule, and the
other representing the world, and
conveying an idea of the extensive
ness of the British empire.
Tun new steamer Waialeale, as she
left the wharf last evening on her
first inter-island trip, was loudly
cheeied by tlie vast" throng of spec
tator that had assembled to see her
off. She sat handsomely on tho
water, and as she steamed out through
the passage, just in advance of the
Likelike, her deck passengers, about
100, cheered frantically. The Wai
aleale was warmly received at Hono
lulu, enthusiastically dispatched from
the same port, and now the climax
of her popularity depends upon her
reception at Kauai.
Rev. A. Mackintosh has gone on a
visit to Kauai.
Mr, Kaulukou is booming the loan
bill in tho house.
Mit, Antone Rosa", Deputy Attorney-General,
is lame from a fall.
Mns. Geo. W. Merrill, wife of the
American Minister Resident, and
Mrs. Dr. Wight and Mrs. Hind, of
Koliala, visited the Assembly cham
ber during yestei day's session.
THE SAILORS' HOME-
The Sailors' Home Society held a.
meeting this forenoon. The action
hitherto taken by the trustees was
approved. Arrangements with the
Government are not yet perfected,
but it seems to be pretty fully
settled that the old building is to be
removed, the government taking
half the land now held by the So
ciety on Bethel street, while the
society will retain the other half, and
erect on it a smaller but more sub
The inquest held by Deputy
Marshal Dayton, yesterday after
noon, relative to the accidental kill
ing of the native boy Kalauokalani
last Sunday, resulted in the follow
ing verdict, which was rendered at
8 i m. "Wo, the jury, find that
Kalauokalani caino to liisdeath from
a bullet fired from a pistol in the
hands of some person unknown,
without malicious intent. Follow
ing were the jury: J. W. Naukana,
Charles' Bent, S. Napoohiwi, J. K.
Mail Opio, Paulo Huei, Sam Kuaole.
The case has boon banded over to
Tuesday, Aug. 24tb.
Drunkenness: B. Wakeman, $G ;
Knniho, Waiwaiole, Karaakani and
Liniahe, $7 each.
C. Afong vs. Wai Ong, deserting
contract service. Ordered to re
turn, costs $7.
Wednesday, Aug, 28tli.
Drunkenness: F. Muldoon, 80.
Disobedience to parents : Kaniela,
hard labor 7 days and costs 81.
Larceny of a coat, value- 81, pro
pel ty of Kimo: Peka, hard labor 3
months and costs 82.
Vai. RluU Reer was awarded first
premium at tho New Oilcans' Exposi
tion over all competitor.
Artists' Mateiials, Plaques, Panels
Streteheis, Cunvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. 11 Ot.
For fine Ico Cream, Cakes and
Candies, go to tho reliablo Elito Ice
Cream Parlois, 85 Hotel street. Their
Ico Cream is recognized as the best
in town by all connoisseurs. 91
Dr. Flint's Heart Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heiirt Dis
eufao and also for Diseases of Kidnoya
anil Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottfo, Boiihou Smith &
Co,, Agonts. 354
The underbigned respectfully in
forms Heads of families, Restaurants
iMt.td Li. -U.., . c
and Private parties thnt he sells ltta
now universally acknowledged su
perior Ice Ci earn i for which tho de
mand has doubled in the short space
of time of 1 mouth, cheaper than
what adulterated compounds of so
called Ice Croam is sold for.
Practical Confectioner, Pastiy cook
and Oinaiuentcr. 13
The finest, most delicious and
l idlest steam made Ice Cream, for its
purity and genuineness, 1 herewith
publicly guarantee can only be found
in Honolulu, at the Pioneer Steam
Confectionery, Bakery and Comfort
able Cool Ice Cream Room, Hotel,
between Nuuanu and Fort streets.
Mutual and Bell Telephone No. 74.
West, Dow it Co. have received
ex Austialia an assortment of B. W.
marble lop bcdioom sets, largo wood
bottom arm chairs, walnut purlor
frames, picture and cornice moulding
nil kinds, picture cord and wire,
easels, uistic frames, baby cairioges,
drums, musical balls, checker boards,
lotto, banjos, strings, tong folios sheet
music, etc., etc. 12 lit
Patronize Home Industry by inly
ing cigars of J. W. llingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, where ho 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
tho fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget the
name J. W. llingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel sheet.
WAR DECLARED AT THE TEM
PLE OF FASHION 1
S. Colin it Co. have detei mined to
fight opposition and great piepaia
tions arc made in legaid to reducing
prices of the entile stock of Clothing,
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots and
Shoes, Dry Goods, Fancy Good--, etc.,
etc. The gicat light will commence
on the fiist day of September. Goods
will be boi.n at such pi ices as will
convince the tiadc, moio especially
some of the uptown ictail shop-., of
the absurdity of cutting down living
pi ices, and we mean to "fight it out
on this line" until tho trade, or
rather those uptown retail shops
come to icali7e that the best way of
conducting business is on a solid
legitimate basis. We will cut and
split piices of every article above
mentioned. In fact no lcaonablc
offer will bo refused. This is no
humiiuo. We mean what we say,
and intend to act up to it. Lookout
for the lbt of September.
S. COHN & CO.
A riot took place in Dublin, on
the morning of the 7th, between the
Orangemen employed in the Queen's
Island Shipyard and the Catholic
navvies employed by the Harbor
Commissioners. The fighting was
very severe for a time, and resem
bled in character that which occur
red between the same elements on
the 4th of June, when the Orange
men, greatly outnumbering the nuv
vips, overpowered and beat them,
and drove them into the water,
where one was drowned. A number
of men on both sides werp so badly
injured in to-day's fighting that they
had to be removed to the hospital.
At night the conflicts were re
sumed and the fighting was the most
desperate that has taken place during
the recent troubles. The mob was
infuriated and fought with savage
cnegy. Fifty persons were injured,
tome of them, it is thought, fatally.
Terrible struggles occuired on Shank
Hill road. The police quartered in
McKenna's tavern, at old lodge,
were attacked bj' a mob with stones
and revolvers and were compelled to
fire from the windows of the be
leagered house. During this attack
eighteen persons were injured and
were subsequently taken to hospitals.
A youth named Jackson is said to be
dying from injuries. Two police
men were badly wounded.
Rioting broke out in Belfast, on
the 8th, and the police were obliged
to fire in order to disperse the
crowd. In the afternoon rioting
was lenewed with great violence in
Old Lodge, Grosvenor and Spring
field roads. Manj' persons with
gunshot wounds were sent to the
hospital, and additional trpops tele
graphed for. The aspect of affairs
is serious. The Mayor presided at
a three-hours' meeting of the Execu
tive Committee. Rumors were cur
rent of many fatalities, but it was
difficult to obtain accurate accounts.
Panic was seizing the peaceable in
habitants. GUERILLA WARFARE.
The heayjest fighting occurred at
night in Springfield. It was stated
that tho battle was waged in regular
gueiilla fashion. The Catholics held
the field, protected by trees, while
the Protestants occupied an em
brasure opposite, in ihich the' lay
down. Tho contestants were armed,
and with remarkable coolness picked
each other off as if they were so
many turgets. They weie not inter
ferred with by the police or soldiers,
who wero fully occupied in the city.
Sixty of the rioters were shot, many
of whom were killed.
A Belfast despatch of the 10th
says: Five thousand troops and
2,500 constables occupy tho dis
turbed districts. The presence of
the police tends to increase instead
of suppress dloorder. Protestants
declare that Catholics were aggres
sors by wrecking Protestant houses,
while the Catholics are equally cer
tain that the Protestants ieio
aggressors. Of one thing there is
no doubt : Never did two mobs of
diffe'rpnt rpjjgjons display a more
. , s.LuJhi&v ,fer.ut-..3 ..!.
bloodthirsty desire to kill Of wnlw
each other. Durihg the fighting on
Sun tin' and Monday whenever pow
der ran short viragos on both sides
with flat irons and other implements
ground lorgo grains of large blasting
powder into n size suitable for the
smallarnis, while boys of tender ago
melted lead into bullets nnd slugs.
While the liotersnere firing,-the
youths and women stood behind
them busily loading spare guns, in
order to prevent a waste of time.
The fttsilade lasted until t) o'clock
yestenlnj evening, when their am
munition gave out nnd a tnc.it truce
ensued, both sides removing the
dead and wounded to their homes.
Both sides are doing their utmost to
hide their losses. Un Monday the
Protesants received a welcome dona
tion twenty-five rifles nnd much
ammunition from Ballymaccarrett
sympathizers, while the Ballynabinch
Nationalists sent the Catholics a
supply of ammunition and many re
volvers of the type called "Sweet
hearts." The plenlincss of weapons will
constitute the gravest danger in the
future. There is a general demand
for a bouse-to-boue search for arms.
A visitor who has been studying
the cause of the riots writes: "It is
useless mincing matters. The police
have fired upon and slain the people
from a panic, if not from vindictive
ncss. The people have friends dead
or (tying. It is worse than useless
to say that they want to only attack
the police. The latter now leprescnt
the people's deadly death-dealing
enemies. The friends and neighbors
of the killed and wounded all re
gard the police as their foes. Their
bare presence is a terror to be re
pulsed and excludes the idea of
wantonness. This is now a great
Numerous complaints have been
made of the behavior of the police.
One citizen says thnt while going
home through a quiet street he was
stopped by several constables, who
rudely beaiched him, ordered him to
give an account of himself,' then
imperatively commanded him to go
home at once. Another writes that
three constables, who drifted into a
respectable tobacconist's shop, upon
seeing a pouch engraved with the
likeness of Chamberlain for "going
against them;" one of them, ad-'
dressing the lady behind the counter,
said: "You are afraid of Tipperary
boys. I put six bullets into an
Orangeman last night and I'll give
them double to-night. If I had my
own way I wouldn't leave one."
Maui ice Ilealy, a member of
Parliament for Coik City, has been
instructed on behalf of the widow
of Constable Gardiner, who was
killed during the Orange riots here,
lo claim fiom the city an. indemnity
of 8100,000 for his" death.
The New York Herald's Belfast
cablegram of the 13th, says: By com
mon consent both the Catholics and
Piotestants are husbanding their re
sources and their ammunition for
what is expected to be a great strug
gle. The Catholic anniversary of
the 1' east of the Assumption occurs
next Sunday. The Orangemen say
they will not pcunit the slightest ap
proach to a Catholic procession on
that day. Some show no hesitation
in threatening to kill all Catholics
caught riding in carriages then, or
who in any way celebrate the day.
The Catholic leaders promise to use
every effort to prevent a procession
or other irritating display.
Rioting has been resumed in Bel
fast on the loth. From midnight
until 4 o'clock next morning a rillc
fight was in progress on Shank Hill
and Old Falls road. One person
was killed and many w ere w ounded.
The town was seething. A despatch
from Belfast says: A sectarian strife
has recurred in a deplorable, cold
blooded fashion, as expel t, marks
men, joiuing, conducted the rille
fight from the roof tops, chimney
stacks and street corners. Immense
crowds of partisans who carefully
kept out of range were prepared to
assist by supplying ammunition and
removing tho wounded. The sides
wero equally divided. The moon
shone brightly thioughout the con
test. The Ornngcmen admit that one of
their men, named McFarlane, was
killed, and two others, named Smith
and Johnson, wero mortally wounded,
also that there wero n number of
minor casualties on their side. They
claim that they killed and wounded
many Catholics, but the latter deny
that they Mistrtincd serious losses.
Many houses wero riddled by bullets.
Whenever the milttaiy appealed the
combatants shifted their ground,
and finally, at 5 o'clock, after the
i lot act had been twice read, the
troops charged upon the crowd and
cleared the streets temporarily. An
old man and two women, Inmates of
a house on Conway street, from
which many shots bad been fired,
weie ai rested. They stated that
tluce men had forced an entrance
into the house and had remained
there all night, filing fiom the roof.
A howling ciowd escorted tho prison
ers to jail. Tho mob to-flny re
peatedly (bed upon the police A
tavarn owned by a Catholic, situated
in a Protestant district, was looted.
An order instructing tho police to
use buckshot instead of balls had
been cancelled. Tho populace is
sullen and menacing.
General Caceres has been recog
nised as President of Peru by Eng
land, the United States, France,
Chili, Brazil, Ecuador, the Argen
tine Republic Uruguay and Costa
' ut itfm,kJ?-Mk-,LJ.JiuJ:;'Zn-.
1 "AOME" I IOYCLK lii pfrrcct order.
1 Apply to (11 lw) .1. L. M LKAN.
TIlEuiuU'oigncd haM been appointed
Alienee of th lMnle of I. F.
MiLnughlin, a hinkrupt. All pcr-oni
indebted to raid Ftulc arc hire by unti
tled to make linmcdlat pavmciit'tn mo
atmyolllcc. W'.V. I-AHKE,
Honolulu, AuguH an, IS8IJ. 14 fit
rpiIE undcrslgmd, A8lciuc of the
JL bankrupt IMite of .1 F. MoLauph.
liu, is prcpnied In n'ccive bids for the
purchase of tin. HONOLULU STEAM
LAUNDRY, wlih ad li appuitpniiiiccs,
up to MONDAY, Hie lath of September,
A I) tMW, ihos.ild biiln an Mibjcot to
the approval of the Supreme Court. The
Laundry is in good running order, and
full particulars can be obtained from
the undersigned. The cot of the L inn.
dry was $7,000. t W.C.PARKE,
Honolulu, AiiRii't an, ias. u nt
MR. W. S. LUCE
Desires to notify tho public thnt ho Is
not connected with tlio firms of
Macfarlane & Co.
or Q. W. iMncfiirlitun & Co., having en
gaged in the
Wine Ss Spirit. JLSiiNincHH
14 bolely on his own arvount. (lw
HONOLULU, II. I,
Fall Term Opens September 13, 1886
The Faculty ot the paxt year will bo
Iticreamd b thu addition ill Mr. C. W.
Scvcieiice, A. H., who come to us from
the Manchester Shoot, MiuicIkMci, Vt.
Mr. Soverenco has made a special slut'y
of the French Luif'uncc in Europe, nnd
will take that brinch in thu College
work together w itli Elocution and kind,
red subjects The Hoarding Department
will be under the same management as
last year, and oll'uis a pleasant school
liorrrG to all who may doMic to live nt
Those planning to join the school for
the coining year arc u quested to com.
muuicatc at an enilv d ilo with thu Pres.
dent, REYW. C. MEIUUTT.
Punahou Preparatory School,
7J Berelnniii street, Honolulu, II. I.,
MISS E. V. HALL. Principal.
The Trustees Iiumj adikda ier lo the
former course, ninking ii to coi respond
with the best Gr.inini'ir school emmo-,
of the cities in the Unhid States. Tliev
arc happy to announce that they liavo
secured n mips of experienced Instruc
ton to assist the Priucli al, consisting of
lHu following ladies:
Miss Ague Mooar of Oakland, Cal ,
takes the Tilth and KKtli Grades
Miss Ella 1$. Snow of Ware, Mass,
lakes the Third mid Fniulh Grades.
Mits Mary Stuart oi Oakland, Gil,
tnkei the Pritnarj Grades.
The School opens at 1 o clock MON
DAY, September i:t, lf-80.
C5? For additional information ad.
drcts (ta lw) REV. W. O MEKIUTT.
Clias. Brewer & Co.'s lios
liine of Packets.
d5XK Shinneis will nlnt-o take no
tice that a llrst.claks lesscl
will lie in I lie berth louting
for till unit In tfnvi inlntr In
sail December 1M. Onhrs should leatc
here by steamer ol October 1st to have
Auotherlhst-class vessel will Kail for
this port on or nliont the In day of
March. 1887, of which l'urthir notice
will bo given.
For particulars, apply to
O. IIKEWEIt & CO., Agents.
Honolulu, Aug 24. 18sn. 13
Election oi Oilicei'S.
AT the annual meeting of thu Hiiliwn
Sugar Compmy, held August 23.
188(1, the following olllcers were ducted
for the eneuing jear:
John II. I'aty President
Peter C. Joues Trtamrer
Joseph O. Omter Sect clary
George .1. Iln-i.. , Auditor
Dliectors Thus. R. Fo-lt.r and .las. A.
Hopper. .1. O. OAUTEIt,
Sccretniy Hnlawii Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Aug. 2 I, IfSlt. ( JS.lm
astern Oysters !
Ex Australia, at
Note's Beaver Saloon.
BY n young mnu, n eUuallnii in a pri
vate family as Coic'liiiiiiu and ard
Man. For liiloiniathia, apply to
410 lw Cpi.Fort and King Streets.
A Splendid Opportunity.
ft. Any person ilesirouH of pio.
pjjjffK curing a plea ant homo can
designed. 'Ill Is house ami lot Ih t-lui-ntcd
on Fort btitet, neMtothu (lymiiu.
biiim Building. Thu grounds me plant
ed with mint) laie tieis and plants.
O. K. MILLER'S
"' '"i Biifliicat, Agency.
DESIRING to doso out our Ship
Chandlery and Conunli-Eion liiibi
ncBH, wo hhall sell at RKDLOED
PRICES and wlllelovo out our intlro
Stock, good.w ill and lease of pieifcl-ef,
at a fair vnluntion, lo n rei-poiislhlu
paily. A. W. I'EIROE&CO.
"" I1UMI IIV II Mill V II ir in lllft lilt.
In conformity with a resolution of
tho Shnichnlders of the Walmvn Sugar
Alill Company, adopted at a meeting
held on August 111, ItSii, nuthnrbingthe
President and Sciie'ary of said Corpo'
atlon to dispose of its pioperly, etc., the
pioperty of the said
Miiinoa Sugar 11 Co,,
AT WA1MEA, KAUAI,
will be sold to the highest bidder, at
Public Aur tion, at the salesroom of E.
P. Adams ii Co., on
Monday, 6tli day of Septem
ber, A.D. 1886,
at the hour of 12 o'clock m., to wit: the
Entire SUOAR WORKS, known as the
Waimea Sugar Mill,
Erected on fee slmplo land nt Waimea,
Kauai, with all its contents ami macule
cry and modern improcnients, manu.
facltiicd by thu Honolulu Iron Works
Company in 18S1.
Leases of inniU adjoining the mill site.
Houses tor mauagei, sugar boiler, en
gineer and laborers-.
HUcUsniith and carpenter shop.
220 working O-ten, moro or lc".
t)0 ox.carts, yokes and chains.
Urake, harnesses, windmill, black
smith and carpenter tools, including 1
large Putnam L-tihe, complete nnd
Otllee nnd household furniture.
Rnihond trai'k. etc., etc.
1 second-hand Engine, 1024, In order,
mndo by ihu Honolulu Iron Works
Also, all coal, lumber and sugar bags
whatcor on hand on day of sale.
IS" For information as to terms of
sale and other particulars as to
Existing I'lnnting ContructH,
Well boring and other minor contracts
ndantagoouB to the Mill, persons desir
ing to Income purchasers may apply to
Pit. OPFERGELT, President.
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co., Ag'ts,
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
'107 td Auctioneers.
Banjo and Guitar
XC. .T. Appleby,
A Thorough Teacher.
5 For terms, apply to
4001m WEST, DOW & CO.
Chi'ip, in any Quantity.
09 HUSTAOK& HOBEbTSON. pn
Having Fccuied tho Servicos of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wo are prepared to execute all
House oi ISig-ii
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Store for Kent, mid. fix
tures for Sale.
THAT ilesiiuhlo Stoic now occupied
by Iho LADIES' BAZAAR, 88 Fort
btrcit, ami ull thu Fixture, Glass Catca,
Ac., for sale. For further particulars,
cuqulro ou thu i'rcmUes, 410
HKflHfc i ill
-ii B I H ff flTV9r AllGrUHHKfl
si ytVyrriW SMCT.M
iiltA'l'hat aty desirable Cottage
aBBsff? ou Klcnu s'.reet, property of
MFIMI Mr. J. K. Smith, and adjoin.
Ing the residence of W. R. Castle, Eq.
One of the most suitable houses in town
for two single gcn.lcmcn or small fnm
lly. Etery thing in tip-top order. Am
ple accommodations for two horses and
carriages, etc. Rent very low to tho
light pnrtlcs. Apply to the Hawaiian
('rriagu Mnnuf'g Co.'s n.Tlce. 405 1m
This absolutely pure
Cider Is manufactured in
the orchard one year be
fore placing- it on the mar
ket, and generates Its own
gas by natural fermenta
tion. A small invoice just re
ceived and for sale by
Macfarlane & Co.
AS complaints have readied me of
late from some of my customers
that they can purchase Hnwaiian.mnde
Soap cheaper than I have teen selling
it, I beg to stntc that I have always
trnn.-neted my business in n fair and
straight forward way, charging the same
price to all alike, and selling al n
moderate rate; and at the same time I
would inform my customers and thu
public that from and after this date my
price will he $ 7 per 100 lbs.
T. W. RAWLINS.
Honolulu Soup Works, Lcleo, Hono
lulu, .lime lilst. fill
Crystal Soda Works
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Fodn, Lemonade, Sanaparilla,
Fruit Syrups nnd Etseuce-Jind
made frm the pure Apple, all of which
wu guarantee lo lie the best.
tfirWenlhO invite parties intending
Marling Mores lor the Mile of iced
drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
to call on us before going elsewhere.
Tie Crystal Sola Worts,
P. O. Box 807, Honolulu.
Mer-IsM S. I. Co.,
The J3ej-t; Ptome
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new nnd staunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Lcnv- Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
Tuesday. August 'Jith.
Tho Ueamer passes along tho entire
coast of i he leeward side, of Hawil, af.
fording tourists a pnnornroit of charm,
ing (.cencry, nnd will Mop at Ken lake,
kua Ray, uhcto Mjfllciciit lime is allow.
I'd to visit the Monument of Captain
TourlclH by tills roulo reach Punnluu
at 5 o'clock cm the day after leimng
Honolulu, being only one night on thu
vessel, making the entire passage iu
smooth water. At Punaluu there U the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will beconvevwl
by railroad to 1'mIihIii. thence by Mage
coach to Half-way IIoiifc, where hoises
anil guldi-h will he in attendance tocou.
vey tin m to the Volcano.
Tniuisis will have two nights and one
who'o ilny nt ) Volcano llm se.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply V) HAHRY ARMITAOB,
Agent, at Willinuih' l'lioiogiitph Qnlh ry,
Fort strict, or nt the office of the I. I S.
N. Cor, Esplnnndf. f:i0 0m
Bunt Out, but Not Dead!
Ryan's Boat-Bniliiiie Sliop
Is. now adjoining tho rear of
Haw'n Carnage Mknf'tfCa., 9 00 100
B. O. Hall & Bon, 75 100
Iiitcr.ldandS, N.Co., 105 100
Hell Telephone, sa w
C. Urewer & Co., KJl loo
Woodlawn Dairy, 00 100
Wailuku Sugar Co., ' 97 100
Wulmaualo, 170 100
Star Jhll, 4V5 500
Reciprocity hugar Co., Hi ioe
Ice Company. at r. 100
0L.-.A' 'fUUIlBT0N. 6UK Ilrokei.
I S3 Merchant Btreet. 151 ly