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THURSDAY, AUGUST 2G, 188G.
Kgtne Chun tiprockch from San Fran-
Kk California from Post Tnwiiscml
Stmr Wnlmituiiln lioui Wnluiaualn
Solir Mmy Foer iioin 1 1 sinapupt'
Sclir Allllc Moil Is limn Lnnal
Stmr Jas Mnkcc for Wnlannc and Ivnual
nt 10li in
llktne XV II Dlinond for San Francisco
Sehr Kantkcaoiill for Kohnlii
Sehr Mol Wahlno for Ivoholalelc
Sclir Wnlchu for Kutial
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Waimnnalo for WnliiuiiinTo
VESSELS IN PORT.
llktno Dleovery, Meyer
Kktno W II Dlinoiul Swift
Ger sclir Murv 0 Uolim,
S S Australia. Webber
Fred P Lilchllelcl, Kurtlett
Haw brig Alllu Rowe, J Phillips,
Hoi bark Don Xleolas, Rosm, from
Port Townseud. WT, due .Inly 20-:il.
Nio bk Hlinljlo, Howard, fiom Do
parturo liny, H l duo June 25-U0.
Ger bark Paclllc, Oltman, from Ilre
nu'n, due Sept 20-110.
Am bark California, from Port Town
send, W T, due Aug 1-11.
Am bkFdward Slay, .lohnson, from
Boston, due. August 20-31.
Am bark Nicolas Thayer, Crosby,
from Newcastle, X S XV, due August
Am bark EMtiorc, G AV Jcnks. from
Newcastle, X S XV. due August 20-30.
Am bark Pacific Slope, Barnes, from
Newcastle, X S V, due September
R SI S S Mnraroa, (Brit) James Edle,
from the Colonics, en route to San
FrancUco, due August L'Sth.
Jlilt bark XV 11 Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June Dili, due here October
Brit bhip Aniana, sailed from London,
April (3th, and from Madeira April 24lh,
duo here August 24-31.
13rlt bark Ii onerag, sailed from Liver
pool, June 5th, due here October 23rd
Brit bk Me of Erin, sailed from
Glasgow, April 10th, due September 3
Am bktno Planter, XV It Perrluian,
from Port Towuend, XV T, due Sept
Am ship JIehoe. Kalb, from Fort
Townseud. W T, duo Sept 1-15.
Am batnc Salina, Blake, from San
Francisco, due Aug 20-25
Am sclir Anna, AVilliams. from San
Francisco, for Kaliulul. due Aug 28-30.
Am bgtne i laus Spreokels, 15 P Drew,
from Sau Francisco, due Aug 25-28.
Am bktno Amelia, AV Xcivhall, from
Eureka, Oil, due Aug 23-28.
Am tern J CForu, liom San Fran
cisco, due Aug 23-30.
For San Francisco, per bktne AV
Dlinond, Aug 2i Miss Molvnlght.
, Thebk Callfoinia, Capt Davis, ar-
rived this morning, 20 days from Port
Townseud with about 700,000 ft lumber
to Lewcrs & Cooke.
The bks Malay and Don Xicolas left
Port Towncnd for this port on tlio
same day the California sailed. The
California had light winds nearly all
The AV II Dlinond sailed for San
Frauclsco this noon with 1,!88 bags of
Migar, 8G0 bags rice, 347 bbls of mo
lasses and 11 ga-oliue tanks. Value
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A meeting ot Honolulu Command
ery No. 1 will be held this evening.
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The Y. M. C. A. Croquet Club will
play at the gatno on tlio Association
grounds, this afternoon.
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The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at the Quocn's Hospital to-morrow
afternoon (Friday), from 3 to 5
The Steam Laundry, beyond the
prison, is tip for sale, of which parti
culars can be ascertained from our
In the Police Court to-day, AV. AV.
TttcChesncy vs. Conoheo & Ahung,
assumpsit for $32.80, was decided for
the plaintiff, with costs added, $3.45.
A Bulletin foreign mail summary,
containing the principal items of
local news since the departure of last
steamer to the Coast, will be issued
At 10 o'clock to-morrow morning
Mr. J. Lyons will soil at auction tho
household furniture of Mr. Samuel
J. Lovcy, at tho hitter's residence,
Makiki, A horse, phaeton, and buggy
will also bo sold.
An opportunity to secure a com
fortable homo in a cool, quiet, and
healthy locality, in a house and lot
near tho now bridge, at the top of
Punchbowl stioct, is offered by
Mr. J. M. Moiibarrat.
The boventli-day Advontists will
shortly depart from this coial strand
for California, partly becauso of the
conference to bo held in that Stato
in September next, and partly be
cause of the smallness of this field of
The Honolulu Rifles assembled at
their now armory last evening in fair
force. After a shortdiill, under First
Lieutenant 11. F. Hebbard, a special
meeting was called, to wind up the
armory matters and to elect 0 now
Mit, Harry Denuison, Third Assist
ant Engineer of S. S. Australia, was
arrested at 8 o'clock lust night, with
5 tins of opium in his possession. Ho
was cuught by tho Custom House
Guards and taken to tho Station
House. Bail fixed at $1,000. Case
to come up on Saturday,
A PouTuauEsi: mini, whilo working
on board tho barkentinu Discovery
this morning, had the thumb of his
lift hand badly emaihed by n brick.
Ho wont io Dr. McKibbln for treat
ment, nnd Unt gentleman gently
pinned the l'o U'fuo.'.o m niusl tlio
wall, il tf.wcd oil' Iho lhu..ib nt tlio
Hist j( ii (.
At nlioi'l 0:30 o'clock hut night,
M. lie. iek'w pioiimt'son I't'iiolibowl
si L'ct weio invudrtl bv n piowler in
(hi. k clothe-', nnpiii'ciut,V ' l M'uieli of
I hinder. Iking su in'isce, IioiJeci nip-
ed without until v. .Mi. Hi -'ok wye
ho kccii' a K'Noho', ilic lOiiicntf-of
which lie will gl. illy gho miy ono
showing h lutii;,e "tii lend by fcnoik-
ing nrouiid nt tuircHounblo bourn.
Qimlnur AVililor will shoitly
for California, (o complete his
Roiieiit Knlnnipoo, thu death of
whoso wife wan lopoited ye.steiday, is
Moscngur to flic Legislature. Hubert
is nu iiun.'-sumiiig, intelligent, indus
trious, and respectable young Ha
waiian. HAWAIIAN HOTEL CONCERT.
Mr. II. 15. Armstrong, a gentle
man from England to whom frequent
reference has been made in this
paper, and who is here representing
English capitalists, will be tendered
a complimentary Band Concert at
the Hawaiian Hotel, this evening.
The Hotel, with its spacious rooms,
verandahs, balconies, and grounds
will bo open to the public. The
Band will be stationed nt the usual
place on the lawn, and will pla- the
following programme, beginning at
Overture Hungarian Kcler Hcla
Polka Cavalier Fahrbach
Chorus Tiiiin hauser AVagner
Selection Barber of Seville... Rossini
Tuberose and Lei Aloha.
Selection The Mikado Sullivan
AValtz Golden Shower AValdteufel
'Ballad Good Night Abt.
Galop Full Speed Bohm
God Save the Queen. Hawaii Pouoi.
The native dancing school which
was started several months ago in a
small shed on Queen street, near
Richard, and which was managed
by a young half-white employed in
the Temple of Fashion, has through
some misadventure dwindled down to
a few scholais, and will on Satur
day night dance its final dance.
Another school, composed chiefly of
the'ex-members of the Queen street
party, staited last-Saturday evening
in a new and large hall back of
Oahu Prison. This new dance hall,
a rough structure, but with a good
floor, 30 by 40 feet in dimension, is
owned by Mr. Henry Kaia, who has
formed a dancing club, and has en
gaged Mr. David Kalawaia as in
structor. There will be dancing
three nights a week, to the euphoni
ous strains of an accordeon. There
is still another native dancing
school, wbich has been in operation
for the past three weeks, at Aala,
back of the Chinese Theater, King
street. And another one is to be
shortly started on Liliha street, with
Mr. AVm. AYond as instructor. The
defunct Queen street school will re
open in a new , building back of
Oahu Prison, and then the war of
the giddy whirl will be at full blast.
A SAD CASE.
When the schooner Dorn Bluhm
was last here a man by the name of
Miller shipped on her as a cook. He
drew 50 advance which was to
maintain his wife and baby duriug
his absence. On the night before
the sailing of the Dora Bluhm the
$50 were stolen from Mr. Miller's
clothes, at the house where he lived
on Emma street, leaving the family
penniless. He was averse to going
away and leaving his wife and child
with no visible means of support ;
but he was arrested and taken
aboard ship and there conlined
until the vessel got under way.
Miller, before leaving his family,
took what photographs they had,
also all the jewelry and other val
uables. It seems that Miller was
lost overboard on the second night
out, and was seen no' more. The
sad news reached the almost frantic
wife by the last mail. Mr. Miller
was an American, about 30 years
old, and is spoken of as a strictly
temperate, steady, and upright man.
Mrs. Miller is a German, 23 years
of age, and has a baby 'three months
old. She is living with a German
family on Fort street, next to the
Chinese Church, receiving her room
and breakfast from them gratuitous
ly, while Mr. AValtcis, of tho Royal
Saloon, provides her with an even
ing meal, Mrs. Damon visited the
bereaved womnn the other day, sup
plied some clothing for herself and
child, and was rewarded with the
uufortunnto woman's giatiludc.
Mrs. Miller who is yet destitute of
money and many necessaries, has
placed her sad case before Mr.
Glado, German Consul, who will
send her to San Francisco by tho
Australia next Wednesday.
If Mrs. Miller is able lo procure a
few dollars, phe will go to Sim Louis
obispo, California, where she has an
uncle, and wheio she will be proper,
ly cared for. If any of the charit
ably disposed ladies of Honolulu
would kindly take this case in hand,
they would have tho gratification of
relieving tho needy, ami doiug God
AN INTERESTING LETTER.
The S. F. Jiullelin of Aug. 14th
contains an interesting letter from
Mr. F. L, Clarke describing tho re
turn of the liquid Iava9 in Kilauea,
and giving tho following graphic
"P'.lWlfWffl'.Hll.'.'l'.iJOE fJ.gM' "'"UiTOIXJgE
pioture.bf tho "bronk up" of ft lak
"And then the chill winds died
awny. Tho dense white sulphur
clouds poured out in hcaier masses,
nnd the mufllcd rush and roar of
escaping gases was heard us they
forced their way through the huge
dcbiis piles in the pit's center.
About the margin of tlio lakes there
glowed bright crini'-on .spots tilter
imtlng with figures filled with flames
if electric whitencs, and we knew
that an outbreak wt's nc. r at hand.
liAoixu nu.i.ows w t n':.
The thin crust on the niclten lakes
was rent apait, and there rolled out
a blood-red wave whose incandescent
crust swept on and broke in fiery
spiay against the massive wall.
Other ragging billows clashed to
gether and tossed their mingled
volumes of silver, gold, and crimson
high in the glowing air. Tlio super
heated, highly clastic gases tore
through the liquid mailer carrying
with them in their upward rush lava
spun into fine filaments called
"Pole's Hair," and drove before
them sulphur clouds through which
the moon gleamed with a dim, livid
In the midst of the lake's brilliant
confusion there played a fountain of
blood-red lava, which did Hie
"tumultuous sea incarnadine," ill
ling the healed air with crimson
light and tinging the beetling cliffs
with rich color. The heat waves
swirled about the pit, now and then
rushing over the brink and glowing
about us, while the roar of escaping
gases, the rumble of falling rocks
about the lake, and .he queer splut
tering cough of the belched-up lava,
filled our ears with strange sounds."
Those who have witnessed one of
these splendid spectacles will realize
the vividness of the above inscrip
tion. BUSINESS ITEMS.
Val Blatz is the premium Beer.
Aiitists' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. 11 Gt.
For fine Ice Cream, Cakes and
Candies, go to the reliable Elite Ice
Cream Pallors, 85 Hotel street. Their
Ice Cream is lecognizcd as the best
in town bv all connoisseurs. .91
Dh. Flint's Heaut Remedy is n
Specific for all forms of I Icait Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 351
The undersigned respectfully in
forms Heads of families, Restaurants
and Private parties that ho sells his
now universally acknowledged su
perior Ice Cicani, for which the de
mand lias doubled in the short space
of time of 1 month, cheaper than
what adulterated compounds of so
called Ice Cream is sold for.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry cook
and Ornamenter. 13
The finest, most delicious and
richest steam made Ice Cream, for its
purity and genuineness, I 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 strcots.
Mutual and Bell Telephone No. 74.
Patkonize Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J4 AA'. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
AA'orks, where he is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest possiblo whole
sale prices. Island oiders solicited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is required" to
sell theso cigars. Do not forget the
name J. AV. Hingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
AVAR DECLARED AT THE
PLE OF FASHION !
S. Colin it Co. havo determined to
fight opposition and great prepara
tions are made in regard to reducing
prices of the entire stock of Clothing,
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots and
Shoes, Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, etc.,
etc. The great light will commence
on the firbt day of September. Goods
will nu sold at such prices as will
convince tho trade, moro especially
some of the uptown retail shops, of
the absurdity of cutting down living
prices, and we mean to "light it out
on this lino" until the1 trade, or
rather those uptown retail shops
coino to realize that tho best way of
conducting business in on a solid
legitimate basis. A'o will cut and
split prices of cVory artielo above
mentioned. In fact no reaoiuible
offer will bo refused, This ih no
iiumiiuo, AVo menu what wo say,
and intend to act up to it. Lookout
for the 1st of September.
S. COIIN it CO.
Keeping it a Secret. Little Boy
Who is that man, pa, who stands on
a platform shouting and swinging
his arms so? Father That is Mr.
Powderly, my son. Little Boy
And what ayi those sheets of paper
he Is tossing up in the air and tllf -tributing
among all tho crowd?
Father It is the last secret circular
that he has issued, my boy. He is
trying to keep it from tho public.
"A girl in a Boston school," the
Ihuhjet says, "lately gavo tho re
sults of her studies on one subject
as follows: Chinaman Color,
yellow ; habits, cats rats and smokes
opium ; occupation, washing and
ironing. Negro Color, black jhabils,
likes liver ; occupation, beats carpets,
American Color, white ; habits,
eats beans and fishballs Sunday
mornings ; occupation, builds
churches and school houses."
THE WHALE FLEET.
SMALL CATCH HEPOUTHD TO THE MID
DLE OK JULY.
The barkentinu John AVorstcr,
Captain Gnge, ai rived from the
Noi Ih yesterday. .She brings nqws
of n very hard season, Iho ice being
so thick that none of the whalers
have been til ove St. Lnwieneo Hay.
Tho United Slate sleamcr Rear was
at the Inst imineil plnfe. The fol
lowing catch of the whaling fleet up
lo .liily 10th is reported by Captain
Gage: Steam whaler llalena, none;
steam whaler Grampus, none; steam
whaler Narwhal, none; steam whaler
Orcn, onu; steam whaler Mary &
Helen, none; steam whaler
Thrasher, none; bark Wanderer,
none; bark Alliance, none; bark
Hounding Rillow, none; bark Coral,
none; bark Dawn, none; bark E. E.
Heirimau, none; bark Eliza, none;
bark Frances Palmer, none; bark
Helen Mar, One; bark Hunter, one;
bark Hidalgo, one ; bark J. II. Ha
milton, one; baik Northern Light,
one ; schooner Page, none ; schooner
Clara Light, none; schooner llnn
rielta, none; schooner San Jose,
none: bark Stamboul, none; bark
Sea Breeze, one ; bark Abram Bar
ker, none; bat k Andrew II. Hicks,
one; bark Arnold, two; bark At
lantic, none ; bark Belvedere, none ;
baik Europa, none; baik Fleet
Wing, none; bark J. A. llowland,
none ; bark Josephine, none ; steam
whaler Lucretia, none ; steam whaler
Bard Lydia, none; bark Mary &
Susan, none; bark Mars, one; bark
Ocean, none; bark Ohio, none;
bark Reindeer, one-half; bark
Young Phoenix, one-half. Total,
twelve whales. Attn California,
VARIETY OF FOOD.
a sickly, wuning
Often a sickly, wmiing appetite
can be stimulated by some exceed
ingly simple change in the common
est articles of daily food. Slices of
dry bread arc uninviting, but the
same bread, lightly browned, with a
delicately poached egg resting on
the crisp toast, becomes altogether
another item in tho bill of fare. Cold
beef or mutton have become stand
ard dishes for wash-day or other
slim diunois, but an accompaniment
of pickles for the one and jelly for
the other makes all the diffeience in
ihc world between tasteful and bald
utilitarian housekeeping. Oatmeal
porridge is a most excellent break
fast dish, yet it is well to occasion
ally substitute in its place berries or
other fruits, or even a change to
pearl h i.ninp, or crack wheat, or
I know there arc forty different
ways in which to prepare potatoes,
anil I should not be surprised' lo learn
that there may be fifty, yet how few
are the tables," especially in the coun
try, where one sees this vegetable
except iu the stereotyped boiled
whole, mashed or fried. A-groat
variety of delightful dishes can be
made with apples at all seasons of
the year, whether one has fresh or
canned fruit. Breakfast, dinner or
tea need not lack a healthful relish
if one has a dozen or so of apples
within reacli. 1 do not enumerate
the host of what are known as
"made dishes," which can be so
quickly and easily concocted out of
remnants, j know ifris worth the
trouble to set on the family table, not
courses of elaborate dishes but n
wholesome, agreeable and yet econ
omical diversity of food. Ameri
DRAININC A BIG LAKE IN CREECE,
ATHENS, JUNE 13.
The opening of the canal, which
has been iu process of excavation
for the past live years for the pur
pose of draining Lake Copais, was"
celebrated yesterday by a brilliant
inaugural ceremony in the presence
of tho French Minister and numer
ous distinguished persons from
Athen. Lake Copais, which is situ
ated near Thebes in Bieotlr. covers
,an area oi over sixty tnousana
acres, or nearly a hundred square
miles. The French company, which
had been engaged in carrying out
the enterprise, is now so far ad
vanced with its work that two-thirds
of the waters of tho lake are ex
pected to be drawn off within the
next two or three mouths. Hitherto
this inland sea has been chiefly re
markable for the malaria and fevers
prevailing on its shores during the
hot season. Hy its drainage not
only will this evil be permanently
removed, but Greece will add lo her
territory many thousand acres of
arable 'soil of the giealcst fertility.
The lake is fed by the rivers coming
down from Mount Parnassus, whose
waters are hereafter to bo emyloyed,
bv help of n new system of canals,
iu irrigating the surrounding coun
try. The party visited the woiks at
Aiilhcdon, the outlet to the sea,
where the Count do Mony lauded
under a salute from tho lrench
frigate A'ciiiib, which was accom
panied by thu gunboat Capiicorn.
M. Stoiifoudis, tho principal pro
moter of tho undertaking, has re
ceived a telegram fiom M. Tricon
pis, the Premier, congratulating him
on the inauguration of a national
etitei prise of immense utility to the
counliy. London Standard.
An old lady from an inland village
was entertained upon a city visit by
a niece with aitistic taste. "Now,
aunt," said the niece, "I will show
you BOino pictures. They are all
after thu old masters." "Dear
mo," said tho old lady, thinking to
smooth over an apology. "That's
too bad, But never mind, they'll
do just us well as now ones."
in jii.wwbij.LM iinj'iij imsmBsssmm
OniQIN OP THE KNI0HT9 TEMPLAR.
The originators of It were two
young French Knights of noble
birth, Hugh du Pnyens nnd Godfiey
of St. Omer. They found seven
others ready to join them, nil them
selves of high i niik who had won
their spurs in the battlefield. They
called themselves poor brothers in
Christ. They devoted themselves
to Chiist's set vice nnd His mother's.
They took vows iu the presence of
the Patriaich, vows of the usual
kind, to cut themselves off from all
wuildly inleicsls; the ow of pov
erty, The vow of cliPblily, the vow
of absolute obedience to the I'nlri
aich, and to the one among them
whom they should choose as their
head. Thus organized, they took
the Held as mounted police on the
pilgrim's road. The palace of the
Latin kings was on the site of Solo
mon's Temple. A wing of it was
set apart as a pilgrim's homo, nnd
as the home mid station of their
guards. The Knights had their
suites of rooms, with appointments
for their horses and servants, and it
was from this that they took their
name as Bi others of the Order of
the Temple. The Church of the
Holy Sepulchre was their chapel.
They had a Gotliio hall with lances
in racks, and suits of armor hang
ing on the walls, and long swords
and crossbows, and battle-axes
very strange objects in the Temple
of Jerusalem, almost as slwmge as
the imaginary Gothic castle in tho
mountains above Sparta to which
Faust and Mephistopheles trans
ported Helen of Troy. It was here
and thus that the Knights Templar,
who were so soon to fill a large
place in the wot Id, began their ex
istence nine young gentlemen
whose sole object iu life was to
escort pious souls to the scene of
Christ's sufferings and resurrection.
So much belief was able to do.
Their life was spent in fighting.
They had a battle cry by which to
know each other Reauccant. as we
know from "Ivanhoe;" but what
Beauccaut meant no one can tell for
certainty. It was, I believe, an old
cry of the Burgundian peasantry
a sort of link with the old home.
J. A. Fronde, in Good Woods.
EIGHTEEN MEN KILLLD BY AN ELI
PHANT. A horrible occurrence took place
in the district of Sullnnyore, in
Oiule, recently, where an elephant
biokc loose ami turned to murder.
The elephant was being ridden by
its driver, who gave the animal a
piod with a spear in older to prevent
him from snatching n bundle of
fall aw from a thrashing-door. The
elephant immediately icsenlcd this
by pulling the driver oft his back,
aucl as the man fell he lowered his
head and tried to strike him, but the
man managed to pass under him
thiough his fiont legs. The animal,
however, sieved him by the arm anil
threw him violently away. The man
fell into a hollow, which concealed
him from the brute's view, and not
finding him he went away, after
bi caking the spear into several
pieces. He then went to the village
of Sardarpur, where he caught sight
of an old man, who ran into his
house and concealed himself in a
I'olhi, or leceptaele for grain. He
brwke down the walls of the house
and entered it,, pulled the man out
of the kutliiy and, bringing him out
of the house, savagely killed him,
breaking one of his arms and dash
ing liia bend in pieces. The same
night he knocked dnwji several
houses in quest of human beings in
the villages of Sardarpur, Bargoan
and Jaisiugpur. He killed six men
in Bersonia, three in Sotn, four in
Gnngco, and four in Martian. He
mangled the corpses to a frightful
extent. After securing a victim he
sometimes returned to the spot to
sec if life was extinct, and would
commence mutilating the body
afresh. Ho carried several bodies
to long distances and threw them
into tavines, etc. He was ultimately
captured. Paris Morning News.
A preacher who was an ardent
admirer of Mr. Gladstone prayed
for heaven's blessing on the Piemier
in these somewhat ambiguous words:
"O Lord, at this critical juncture
of events, be pleased to grant that
Mr. Gladstone and his fellow-re-deeiners
of England may hang to
gether." On hearing the prayers a
brother below, who was acctiftomcd
to "Amen" iu pr.iyei-timo, and who
appiovcd of the Coiihervalivi' policy,
exclaimed: "Ann n, uiiiuti ; tuny they
all hang together." Tho li.ulical
minister felt Hint ho wni iiiihiiiiiler
bt';od, nnd, by way of explanation,
exclaimed: "O Lord, I do not mean
hang together in the sense which
our brother down below uuans it; I
mean, may they in accotd and con
cord hang together." "Ainen,
amen," replied the Conservative
worshiper; "I don't mind what the
cord is, so long as they' hang on
What every married man jn this
country wants is a tiaincd, fierce
looking Utile mouse that will appear
whenever called. It will stampi'de
a family quarrel In less limn tliiui it
lake lo piovoke one. Macon Tcli
graph. I. O. II. 31.
HAWAIIAN TltlllE No. 1. Mem.
hers a h i('iuoluil to attend thu
meeting of ihu above Older "I Knights
of Pyiliuih' Hull, i.ii FRIDAY. Aiigm-t
27lh, nl 7:"0 p, in. ltiiHiic.-s of Import
ance. l.r.2t J, II. HAHK. O. of It.
Miss Hurry's School
X7 ILL reopen on JUOND.VY, Sep-
In conformity with a resolution of
the Slmicliolilcrs of tho Wnlmca Sugar
Mill Company, adopted nt a meeting
held on August 13, lt80, authorizing the
I'i(itU'iit mill Sri ic ary of mid Cotpo'
atioii to dlqioso of Its piopeity, etc., the
property of the said
Waimca Sup1 ill Co,
AT WAIMEA, KA.UAI, '
will be -nlil to Hie highest bidder, nt j
Public Auction, nt tlio Salesroom of K.
P. Ailnms & Co., on '
Monday, 6tli day of Septem
ber, A.TJ. 1886,
at the hour of 12 o'clock m., to wit: the
Kntlro feUGAK WOliKS, known as the
Waimea Sugar Mill,
Elected on fee s-implu hind at Waimea,
ICauai, with all itscontciit and machin
ery ami modern iiiipioeiuenl, mimu.
faetuieil by the Honolulu Iron Works
Company In IBM.
Lc.isesoflnmls adjoining the mill site.
Houses for manager, sugar boiler, en
gineer ami luliou'is.
lllackMiiith anil carpenter shop.
220 work lug Oxen, more or leap.
yo ox.c.ms, yokes anil chains.
Brake, harnesses windmill, black,
smith ami rarprnter tooh, Including 1
large 1'iitnnm Lathe, complete and
Olllee anil household furniture.
Itailroad truck, etc., etc.
1 iccimd-liiiml Fnglne, 1024, in order,
mule by tho Honolulu Iron Works
Also, all coal, lumber nnd mgar bags
whatever on hand on day of tale.
ZS" For information as to terms of
s.iio ami other particulars as to
KvisHii; l'lnntiujj CimtrnciN,
Well boring and other minor contracts
Advantageous to the Mill, persons deslr
ing to Income purchasers, may apply to
PI I. OPFBRGKI.T. President.
ED. IIOPFSCHI.AKOKU & Co., Ag'ts,
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
107 td Auctioneers.
Banjo and Guitar
12. J. A.pilcly,
A Thorough Teacher.
tW For terms, apply to
4110 1m WEST. DOW & CO.
Cheap, in any Quantity.
0!) HUSTACB & ROBERTSON. 1m
Having Fccuteil tho Servites of
Geo. C, Stratemeyer
m o lire prepared lo execute nil
IXoiI.SO OI Slg"!!
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Store for Itont, and Fix
tures, for Sale.
rpiIAT desirable Store now occupied
X by iho LAWKS' HA.AAR, 88 Fort
street, and all thu Fixture", Glasa Cat-cs,
iiu., for tale, For further particulars,
enquire on the FrcmUes, 410
' TOE XMEKT.
jjmJk That vry desirable Cottage
iSjeB on Kkau street, property of
EtSHMr. J. t Bmitli, and adjoin,
lag tho residence of "W. It. Castle, Esq.
One of the most suitable houses In town
for two slnglo gentlemen or small fftm
lly. Everything!!! tip-top order. Am
ple. Accommodations for two horses and
carriages, etc. Rent very low to the
light panics. Apply to the Ilnwnliun
(''irrlngc MamiPg Co.'s nftlce. 405 1m
This absolutely pure
Cider In mumifacturuil In
the orchard one year be
fore placing it on the mar
ket, and generates its own
CTjih by natural fermenta
tion. A small invoice Just re
ceived and for sstle by
Macfarlane & Co.
AS complaints have rewiheil me of
late from some of my customers
that they can piiiehase llawalian.mndo
Bnap cheaper ih.m I have 1 ceil selling
it, 1 beg to stale that I have always
transacted my htis-iucs in it fair m.d
straightforward way, charging thcsauiu
price to all alike, and telling at a
moderate rate; and at thfi same time I
would inform my customers nnd llie
public that from and alter this date my
price will be $7 per 100 lbs.
T. W. RAWLINS.
Honolulu Soap Works, Lcleo, Hono
lulu, June iMbt. fi'.l
Crystal Soda forte
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Hoila, Lemonade, Hanapiirilln,
Fruit Syrups and Kt scare1! md
lnado frnni llie pure Apple, all of which
we guaiaiilei! lo be the bei.
tSS" We nl,) invite parties intending
starling wtores tor the mle of ii-td
drinks nnd wUhini; tnuntaiii Mipplirs,
to call on us before going cbewheie.
Tli Crystal Soda Works,
P. (). Ilox !l7, llon-I.ilu.
Mer-IsM S. I Co.,
The JBeixt Route
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and Haimeli
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leavi"! Honolulu ri 10 o'clock a.m. on
FRIDAY, September 3rd.
The steamer passes along the entire
coast of llie leeward side of Hawil, af.
fording tourists a panorama of charm,
ing scenery, nnd will stop at Krnlukc
kua Hay, where siilllcient time is allow,
ed to vis-it the Monument of Captain
Tourists hy this route rcarh Punaluii
at li o'clock on ihc day nfier leaung
Honolulu, being only o'ne nlghi on the
vesel, making the entire passage in
smooth water. At Punaluu there is thu
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists u ill be conveyed
hy railroad to I'almla. thence ly tt'uge
coach lo Half.wiy Home, where horsis
and guides will be iu aticndnm-e tocnii.
vey tlit m id llie Vob i no.
TnurhlH will have two night ninl oi e
who'e day al Hie Voh-ani, lioi se
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to PARKY ARMITACJE,
Agenj, nt Wlllbinih' Plioiourapb Gnlb ty,
Fort sin el, or at ihc nfller of iho 1. 1 S.
N. Co., Kpliwmln. :t'.0 Urn
Burnt Out, but UM
Ryan's Boal-Boililiii Slip
Is now adjoining Ihc rear of
S W) UK)
4':5 - 000
a a; oq
Ha w'n Carriage Manf 'rfCo.,
B. O. Hall & Son.
Inter-Islnml S. N. Co.,
O. Brewer & Co.,
Wailuku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugar Co.,
L. A. THURSTON, Block llroket.
38 Merchant Street. 151 ly
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