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Continuedruin ptijie J?.
forma, lea ling to repotitotl changes
of atliniuistialion, hut it hail all
ended in a compromiso between tliu
fruit producers and the rnilnuiiU.
This question of fi eight could lie
sullied in the same mnniicr, nm!
without ieirt to legis'ulion.
.Rep. Doli! helil that they had a
right lo regulate freights, as shown
by the clati?u, in the last as well as
the present bill, that (he rale of
freight should not he inei eased. The
theory llmt ii was unwise to legulate
freights by law was sound aeooiding
to political economy, but that did
not apply to a contract between a
corporation and the Government
such as this was. Where there was
no competition they lind a right to
make a rate as they thought best.
Fifty cents a bunch was good freight,
as he had been told by business men
it was ample. Mr. Irwin, in con
versation with him on the subject,
never said that they would not con
tinue the service if this was lowered.
Having votetl Mr. Sprockets $72,
000, he should in turn do something
to promote our prosperity.
Minister Dare' said the Oceanic
Steamship Company had a line of
steamers that did not belong cither
wholly or in part to the Hawaiian
Government. They simply per
formed a specific service in carrying
the mails at so much per month.
That' subsidy or pay for carrying
the mails did not confer the right to
this Government to dictate terms or
regulate the Company's freight
charges. That right was not secured
or agreed to in the law of 1884.
The act of 1884 recited: "A sub
sidy of fifteen hundred dollars for
each round trip shall be paid to the
Oceanic Steamship Company for
carrying the mails between the ports
of Honolulu and San Francisco res
pectively, said mail service to be
bi-monthly upon condition that no
increase shall be made from the
prices charged for freight and pas
sengers, over and above what has
been charged since said steamship
line commenced their trips between
said ports, and this subsidy shall
expire on the 31st day of March,
1880." Tha; meant that in con
sideration of our giving them a sub
sidy they inust, not change their
rates to the disadvantage of this
community. The suggestion that
specie could not be charged more
than a certain rate was not a prece
dent, for by the law of England
specie was not freight. If the prin
ciple contended for by the hon.
member for Lihue was correct, let
them see what would be the effect.
This Company received subsidies
from New Zealand, Australia and
America. It was absurd to say that
all those Governments giving sub
sidies could fix freights. That prin
ciple was never followed except
where the Government gave rail
roads grants of lands. It was a
common occurrence for a man to
lose money on shipments. In 1868
the speaker shipped three loads of
wheat to England, and lost $25,000
on them. What banana growers
here received was regulated by the
price of banaDas in the San Fran
cisco market. He had given $5 a
hunch for bananas, and again got a'
hunch for &1.50. Nor was there
anything in the argument of the
Hon. Noble Cleghorn, for whenever
they reduced the freight the middle
man' stepped in and secured the
Rep. Castle said bananas belonged
to that class of freight which was at
the mercy of common carriers.
They could be carried to their des
tination or not at all. The carrier
fixed the freight at a point that he
thought would not kill the trade,- in
this case 75 cents. The public de
mand was perfectly proper, that
they should foster any industry 'what
ever. With regard to tho argument
about various Governments to the
south fixing freights, he did not
know anything, hut ho knew tins,
that formerly the steamship com
panies were- required to run to the
satisfaction of the Governments giv
ing the subsidies.
Minister Creighton asked whether
the hon. member meant to contend
thatva transportation company should
be compelled to make good any loss
that might accrue upon freight
carried by it. That was the logical
outcome of his argument.
. Rep. Castle said that was not the
point. They had a right to insist
upon terms for a specific service.
Tho Colonies did so when they paid
iv subsidy for an extra steamer for
their mail service.
Minister Creighton said that had
no reference to tho point under con
sideration. They had already fixed
tho payment for a specific purpose.
They had determined that $1,500 a
round trip should be paid for a fort
nightly service, just as tho Colonies
had paid for a specific mail servico
and an extra boat to remain at Syd
ney for fear of accidents. They
were now fixing tho rate of freight
on subsidized steamers, which had
never been attempted by the
Rep. Caslle went on to say that
they should consider tho native Ha
waiians in this matter and do somc
thincr for their benefit. They should
fix tho freight on bananas at fifty L
cents, which would enable them to
continue to cultivate their land. It
was quite evident from tho remarks
of tho Minister of Foreign Affairs
that the Government did not favor
this view, hut sat in the House hi
fuvor of Colonel Sprockets' interests.
Noble Cleghorn said that tho Aus
tralia and Zcalandia, which had
been purchased by Colonel Spreck-
oh, Imil performed" gootl flt-rvlco for '
tlim uottntiy. Tiioy had rost Mr.
Fcurco Si0i,0(J( iru-h, and when
thy wore sol.l by him they had ic
paid lheinselve3. Tho trade was
Minister Cicighton, in reply to tho
hon. member for Wailuku, denied
that the Government wuic actuated
by the motives atli United to them.
The Government ueio in favor of
fice trade. That wa- the point
hu tiuulu. Tuey desired tD havu no
re-liietions on lotninereo, while the
s.i o.'iois of the amendment nu o 1
t put, shackles on it. This was the
dilloienee between lliem. Regard
ing the lion. Noble Cleghorn's re
maiks about the Australian steam
ships, it was a fact they could not
have been run without a subsidy.
Their profit were not in trade. They
always came up empty to Honolulu,
where they got a little freight and
passengers', but if it had not been
for the very large subsidies paid by
New South Wales and New Zealand
they would not made any money.
Ho objected to the amendment, be
cause it might be inoperative. They
could not compel tho steamship
company to accept freight upon the
terms prescribed by the Houbc, and
a law should not bo passed which
could not be enforced. They had had
an example of that in the case of
the Pacific Mail Company, which
passed Honolulu to coerce the Gov
ernment into paying a subsidy.
Rep. Castle Yes, she passed this
port and was seven days behind time
The amendment reducing the
freight to 50 cents was put and
Rep. Castle moved an amendment,
which he abandoned in favor of one
by Rep. Thurston, to insert after
the word "month" the following:
"Nor unless the sailing days shall be
at least ten days apart."
The amendment carried and the
section passed as amended.
Sections 3 and i were passed
without amendment, and the bill pass
ed to engrossment and will be read a
third time on Tuesday.
OKDUIt OK THE DAY.
Second reading of an act to au
thorize a national loan, and to de
fine the purposes to which it shall be
(2'o be continued).
Saturday, August 28th.
The house met at 10 o'clock.
Opened with prayer by the Chap
lain. Present: Ministers Crcighton,
Kanoa and Daje ; Nobles Cleghorn,
Parker, Kuihelani, Kapena, Walker
(President) ; Reps. Keau, Baker,
Kaulia, Kaulukou,' Kaunamano, Na
hinu, Wight, Kauhane, Aholo, Kau
kau, Richardson, Dickey, Kaai,
Thurston, Kauai and Palohau.
There being no quorum present
at 10 :30, the house adjourned, on
motion of Noble Cleghorn, to 10
Ulu gttiljj UtttUiitt,
SATURDAY, AUGUST 28. 1886.
Stmr Llkelike from Kaluilul and liana
Stinr Mokolli from Molokal
Schr Kainbow from Koolau
Selir Watlele from Kuan
Schr Mauuokuwai from Koolau
Selir Calerinn from Waimanalo
Schr Kulamanu from Pima
S S Maruroa from the Colonies
Schr Mary Foster for Walmea and
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Llkelike for Kahului
Stmr Mokolli for Molokal
Schr Leahl for Haunlei
Schr JIanuoknwal for Koolau
Schr Kawallanl for Koolau
Schr Mllle Morris for Lauul
Schr Kalubow for Koolau
Schr Mana for Laupahouhoe and ililo
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Llkelike from Hana COS sugar.
From Kahului and liana, per stmr
Llkelike, Aug 28 M E Suva, Mrs P O
Sullivan, Miss L Foruauder, Mr G S
Koscmau, Miss Brewer, Bros Matthew
and James, U Ballentlue, H B Wcut
worth, J Taylor aud wife, W II Corn
well, Mr Young, wlfo and child, Miss A
Young, Miss N Young, R Young, Miss
B Young, Rev A Duncan and 110 deck.
The Discovery will sail for San Fran
cisco about Tuesday next.
August 19, 1880, at Wailuku, Maul, to
the wife of II. G. Tread way, a daughter.
August 28, 1880, lu this city, to the
wife of J. Ena, a son.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: Spreckels block is being re
painted. A luau is in progress at the Re
formatory School, this afternoon,
The usual temperance, meeting in
Fowler's Ynrd, at 7 :30 this evening,
The Maruroa, from tho Colonies,
was signalled just ns wo wero going
Mibs Parko will re-open her Kinder
garten school on Monday, the 13th of
Mn, Chas. McCarthy says tho wind
blow fearfully out at tho Pali tho
othor night blew his hair off.
A mtti.e metal added to tho road
ways within the Hawaiian Hotel
enclosure would bo an improvement.
Tscna nre t wo pretty ptotures stand
ing on the counter at thu Reaver,
advertising Duke's Cameo cigarettei.
IIoso Long Ktu & Co. havo rented
a portion ot tho Pacific .Navigation
Co. 'a warehouse, wherein they will
store a quantity of nierchundito that
came by the Allie Howe.
Mil. II. It. Armetiong, W. M. Rose,
J. W. Hughe, Mrs. Hobt. More, Mhs
J. Blown, MUs J. Judd, and Mr. It.
It. Hind, wife and ton have engaged
passage to San Francisco by the
Maiaioa now due.
Mn. Frank Sanders, fonneily chief
officer of the bchooner Gcneiul fjoigk',
will man the schooner and command
her on a sharking voyage to Fiench
Fiigate Shoals. The erew will be
composed of white men, chiefly
German, who work on shares.
Mn, John Maikham and Mr. Win
chester, guards aboaid tho Allie
Itowe, found twelve half-pound tins
of A No. 1 opium, and two samshoo
bottles full of the drug, in the fore
peak of the brig this morning, pro
bably secreted there by one of tho
The stock, nine horses and three
bulls, that came by the Cl.ius Sprock
ets tho other day, are stabled in Mr.
Irwin's yard on Queen street, oppo
site the Union Feed Co. The bulls
two Durham, one two years .old
and the other three, and one Hol
stein three years old are splendid
The hearts of the unfortunate in
mates of the Queen's Hospital were
cheered by band music yesterday
afternoon, from 3 to 5 o'clock. The
convalescents sat under the verandah
and on the green grass among the
shade trees, apparently enjoying the
occasion. J. H. I'aty, Esq., a mem
ber of the Board of Trustees, and
family, were present, evincing interest
in the institution.
The auction sale by Mr. J. Lyons,
yesterday, of the hoin-ehold effects of
Mr. S. J. Levey, at the hitter's resi
dence, Mukiki, -amounted to about
!il,500. Tho attendance was large,
and good prices were obtained. Hon.
Sam Parker purchased the horbo for
$235. The black walnut bedroom bet
brought $145, the black walnut side
board $71, the black walnut ward
robe $00, the piano $120. The silver
ware was disposed of at good pi ices.
Val Blntz Beer was awarded first
pietnium at the New Oilcans' Exposi
tion over all competitors.
Picture Frames and Cornices
made to Older, old Frames repaired,
regilded, etc. King Bros'. Art Store.
For fine Ice Cream, Cakes and
Candies, go to the reliable Elite Ice
Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel street. Thuir
Ice Cream is recognized as the best
in town by all connoisseurs. 01
Dk. Flint's Heaut Resiedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
No CitEAM frozen over the second
and third day, at F. HORN'S.
Guaranteed the only fresh steum
frozen Cream. Sold at the IMoneer
Steam Candy Factory, Bakery, and
Ico Cream Rooms. F. HORN, pro
prietor, Hotel, between Fort and
Nuuanu streets. 17
Home-made Chocolate and Fancy
Creams, acknowledged to be far
superior to any imported, on account
of their softness, freshness and fiavor,
always on hand at F. HORN'S
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory,
Bakery, and Ice Cream Rooms ; Hotel
street, between Fort and Nuuanu.
KAPIOLANI BATH HOUSE 1
Kapiolani Bath House 1
If cleanliness is next to godliness,
go to the above named tesort, near
tho Marine Railway, where you can
get tho best appetizer in the world
fresh uir and salt water bathing and
boating. Refreshments and coal
drinks upstairs. 1G
The undersigned respectfully in
forms Heads of families, Restaurants
aud Private parties thut he sells his
now universully acknowledged su
perior Ice Cream, for which the de
mand has 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 mado Ico Cicam, for its
purity and genuineness, I herewith
publicly guarantee can only bo found
in Honolulu, at tho Pioneer Steam
Confectionery, Hakery and Comfort
able Cool Ice Cream Room, Hotel,
between Nuuanu and Fort sticets.
Mutual uml Hell Telephone No. 7-1.
Patkonize Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
Woiks, where ho is prepared to fill all
orders at tho lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is icquired" to
sell theBO cigars. Do not forget tho
name J. V. llingloy, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
WAR DECLARED AT THE TEM
PLE OF FASHION 1
S. Colin & Co. havo determined to
fight opposition and great prepara
tions are mado in regard to reducing
pricos of the entire stock of Clothing,
Oonts' Furnishing Goods, Hoots and
Shoos, Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, etc.,
etc. The great fight will commence
on tho flrrt dny of September. Good
WILL un.noLD utmcli piioes ns will
coninco the trade, more especially
(oil oof the uptown retail tho,", of
tho absurdity of cutting down living
1 ncet, and we mean to "fight'it out
on this lino" until the trade, or
lather there uptown retail tbops
como to loulizu that tho best way of
conducting btn-iiiess is (in a Milid
logilimtitu hat is. We will cut and
s lit piices of eveiy aitide above
mentioned. In fact no icaouablu
oiler will bo refused. This is no
HttJint'o. Wo mean what wo say,
and intend to act up to it. Lookout
for tho 1st of September.
S. CO UN & CO.
The Royal Hawaiian Hand will
play this afternoon at Emma Square
beginning at -1 :30. Following is the
Overture Sllvaua Weber
Galop limiting Faust
Bullet Music Aotorga Abort
Reminiscences of Donizetti.... Godfrey
Waltz Vienna Bonbons Strauss
Dance This Aborlglns Thlcre
A BROKEN LEC .
Mr. Glccson, of Waiahole, Koo
lanpnko, came to town j'esterday
with a broken leg. It appears that,
while running to chase a steer out
of some guava bushes, he fell and
broke his leg below the knee. The
fractured limb was temporarily in
cased in shingles, and with it rest
ing on a pillow, the sufferer made
the journey to Honolulu, about 15
miles, in a break, with comparative
comfort. Mr. Glceson went to tho
Queen's Hospital, where the frac
tured limb was properly set, and
the patient was resting comfortably
CANE AND GRINDINC.
The schooner Wailele arrived this
morning with 77 bags of sugar, the
final grinding of Kuau plantation for
the season. The schooner also
brought all the moorings and buoys
from Mnliko and Kuau landings, to
be overhauled. Tho schooner will
lay up for a general renovating, pre
paratory to the next Biigar season.
Ilamakuapoko and Paia mills have
ceased "rinding for the season, and
will begin again in December, when
they will giind night and day, until
all the crop is off. Each mill ex
pects to make 200 tons of sugar a
week. They calculate to grind alto
gether 8,000 tons of sugar, during
the next season. The cane from
Grove Ranch plantation, and from
East Maui plantation, will be
ground at Ilamakuapoko and Paia
mills, next year.
Captain Henderson, formerly
master of trading vessels to the
southern Islands, from Hongkong,
and latterly wrecker for insurance
companies at Hongkong, arrived in
this city by tho brig Allie Rowe,
last Wednesday. He was accom
panied by Captain Richards, who
has been piloting vessels in Shang
hai waters for sometime past.
These gentlemen have been favor
ably impressed with what they have
seen of Hawaii, and talk of remain
ing here. They were entertained at
the Kapiolani bath-house yesterday
afternoon by Mr. Cathcart, and in
the evening were shown about town,
receiving pointers on the native
customs, etc. This afternoon Cap
tain Jackson, Superintendent of the
Reformatory school will give a spread
of poi and fish to the strange cap
tains, who are anxious to learn the
taste of Hawaiian food. After visit
ing all the interesting points of the
Islands, they will probably go into
YOSEMITE SKATING RINK.
The expectation of a large atten
dance at the Yosemite Skating Rink
last night was fully realized. Short
ly after tho doors were opened,
every available seat was occupied,
and the standing space pretty well
filled. His Majesty the King, at
tended by Colonels Iaukca and
Boyd, entered the rink early in tho
evening and remained until near the
close. A detachment of the Ha
waiian Band was stationed inside,
and played suitable music. Tho
floor was free to all who wished to
skate during tho early part of tho
evening, aud whenever tho Band
struck up, a company of gentlemen
would sail out, and exhibit their
skill. One very little girl, a sister
of Mr. Wall, Manager of the Rink,
floated around tho hall very prettily.
The gieat event of tho evening,
which most people went to see, came
on at half-past eight. The floor was
cleared, the Baud struck up, and
Mr. Aginton darted from the stand
ing crowd just Inside tho door, into
the main hall. All eyes wero turned
on tho stranger, concerning whom
great expectations had been raised,
aud the company were apparently
boon satisfied that the famous skater
was deserving of his fame. Mr.
Aginton moves with an ease, a grace
and a velocity that is marvelous,
and elicited frequent npplatiBC by
his dexterous execution of innuinc-
, ruble complicated gyrations.
It was thought by some last night
that it was a mistake to defer Mr.
Agintou's appearance to so late an
hour, and then to require him to
complete his exhibition in one
stretch, with but ouo brief interval
of rest. To remedy this defect a
different arrangement will obtain in
future. To-night and at all subse
quent shows, Mr. Aginton will bo
gin early in tho evening, occupying
the floor live minutes at a time, and
allowing sulliclent intervals between
each appearance for all who wish,
to cxerciso themselves ou wheels.
Y. M. C. A. Ojspol praWo renk'o
High mass at 10 a. m.
Kawaiaiiao Cttur.cn. Rev. II. II.
Paikcr, patnr. Similiiv 'eiiooj at 10
A. m. Preaching tit 11 A. M.
FonT-3TKKUT OllMCIl. ItCV. J. A.
Cru.a", p.istor. .Mcetlu: lor 111 le
stti ly at ii:4." a.m. Public vvoihlpni
11 A. M. Rev. Dr. I'.ulo to pie.teh.
Kaumak.M'I'i Ciiriicii.-llev. J.
Wulatnuii, pastor. Suiiduv school at
0:80 a. m. li caching at 10:i.O a. m. and
7:30 l'. m. Young people's mooting
at (le. m.
Chinese Ciiuitcu. Port street, near
corner llerutauia. Mr. To Teng Ue.
cvnugclWt. Chinese Suudav School,
l :30 A.M. Chinese ami English Sun
day School, 2:30 i'. st. Preaching 11
A. m. and 7:30 1. si. Bible class In
Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hall, 0:30 I', si.
Br.Tiir.i, Union CoMiitr.dvnox.
Rev. E. C. Oggel, pator. Services at
the Lyceum, Nuuanu avenue, at 11 a.
si. anil 7:30 r. si. Sunday school at
0:15 o'clock. Leoou: ".Jeiis comfort
ing Ills Disciples:" John 14:1-11. The
Fort trect congiegatlon slll join In the
St. AsiitKvs Cathediiai.. Fhst
Congregation. Holy Communion, at
0:30 A. St.; Morning prayer, with ser
mon, nt !i :30 a. si. Evensong lilt cate
chetical address bv the Bishop of Hono
lulu at 6 i: st. All scats are free.
Second Congregation. Rev. Oeorge
Wallace, A. M.. pastor elect. Morn
ing prayer with sunrion, ll:li a. si.;
evening prayer, with sermon, 7:30 i. si.
Sunday school meets at 10 A. st. in the
Punahou Preparatory School building.
Seats free at all services.
SUPREMK COURT of the Ha
waiian Islands. In the matter of
the Bankruptcy or J. R. CASPAR. Be
fore Mr. Justice Preston.
J. K. Caspar, doing business in lllln,
Islam! of Hawaii, luivlug this day
been adjudicated bankrupt oj the
petition of himself, it Is ordered
that all creditors of said bankrupt come
in and prove their claims before me, at
my Chambers, in Honolulu,
On Monday, August 30, 1886,
at 10 o'clock am.
It is further oidcrcd that, upon
snid day, tlin creditors do proceed to
hold the ELECTION of an-as'-ie.iico or
assignees of said b'inkiupt estate, and
that notice lictcof he pulililied In the
O Luso IlaviaiutHo twice, and in tin:
Daily Hum.btin twice, Aiiku-.i 21 and
28, 1880, previous to said daw
Dated Houolulu. Aimusl 17. 1SS(I.
Associate Justice Siipicinc Court.
Attest: .1. H.Rhist,
2nd Deputy Clerk. tl 2t
The Inter -Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hand for sale
Steam Family and Blacksmith Coal
ami a general assortment of
t!3 Bar Iron. ly
THE undersigned has been appointed
Assigneo of 111" Estate of . F.
McLaughlin, a bankrupt. All tierrons
Indebted to said Extato aro hereby noti.
fled to make Immediate payment to me
at my offlcc. W. C. PARKE,
Honolulu, August 25, 1R8I1. 14 Ot
rpiIE unilersifiiied, Assignee of the
JL Bankrupt E:fite of J. P. McLaugh
lin, is prepared to receive bids for the
puretiaso ot the HONOLULU STKAM
LAUNDRY, w ilh idl its apiuttennnu"s,
up to MONDAY, the 13th of September,
AJ). 1880, tho said bids are subject to
tho approval of the Supreme Court, The
Lnumlry is in good running order, and
full particulars can bo obtained fiom
the undersigned. The cost of the Latin,
dry was $7,000. W. C. PARKE,
Honolulu, August 25, 138(1. 14 (It
MR. W. S. LUCE
Dcsiies to notify tho public that hois
not connected M the linns of
Macfarlane & Co.
or G. W. Macfarlane & Co,, having en
gaged In the
Wine &, Hplrit BiihIuchn
141 solely ou his own nccount. lw
That very deslrabln Cottage
on Klnau street, prnnorty of
Mr. J. F. Smith, and adjoin
ing tho residence of W. R. Castle, Esq.
One of tho most suitable houses In lown
for two Biuglo gentlemen or small fain,
lly. Everything In tip-top order Am
ple necominodalions for two horses aud
carriages, etc. Hunt very low to the
light pal Hi Apply lo the Hawaiian
Carrlngi) Manuf'g Co ' "lllcu. -tOS 1m
A Splendid Opportunity.
Any peixin desirous of pro.
curing a plea ant home can
doto bv applying to the till.
derslgiu'd. 'Ibis house and lot Is situ
ated nir Fort Mreot next to the Oyinnn
slum Building The giouudh aiu plant
ed with many ran: trei s nnd plant!-.
V. Iv. MILIjKR'S
01 lm Bin-luffs Agency.
:KIHINO to do-it out our Ship
Chamllnrv and (!oinmii-lnn Ititl.
uess, we shall tell ai 111 1M Uf.l)
I'ltlUKS anil will chw.o out oui tnlire
Stock, good. will and h-iibc of prenyl cs
at a fair valuation, lo a re pont-lhle
party. A. W. 1'KIItOK & CO.
Election ot Olllcern.
AT the annual meeting of thu Hal iwa
Sugar Company, held Augos-l -ii,
18B0, thu following ulllcurs were ducted
for tho ensuing jeart
John II. Paly ...., President
Peter O, Jones Treasurer
.loseph O, Carter,, Secretary
Qeorgu J, Ho-t... Auditor
Directors Thus H, Foster aud -las. A.
Hopper. J. O. OAltl'Elt,
Secretin y Hnlutwi Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Aug, J3, 1880, (.1!) lm
III rniifn-mltv "lib a icsoh.t'on of
the SI a ulinldir f iue W'uluicu Sugar
.Mill C'om,i.itiy, uiln tnl at a meeting
held on A gM I", Ii 8il, authorizing the
I'n -idem ni.il .-et i i.r.r of -aid Corpor
ation in ill p we or Its piopcr'.y, etc., the
uoi(ii o: thu Mild
ffiiieii Sugar 11 Co,
AT WALMEA, KAUAI,
will he sold to the highest bidder, nt
Public Aurtion, at the Salesroom of E.
P. Adams & Co., on
Monday, 6th day of Septem
ber, A.D. 1886,
nt the hour of 12 o'clock m., to wit: the
Entire SUGAR WORKS, known as the
Waimea Sugar Mill,
Erected on fee simple land at Wniinci,
ICauiii, with all Its contents and iiiachin.
cry aud modern lmproemcnts, mauu.
Inclined by the Honolulu Iron Works.
Company In 1881.
Leases of lands adjoining the mill site.
Houses for manager, sugar boiler, en
gineer anil laborers.
iilucksmllh and carpenter shop.
220 working Oxen, more or less.
J!0 ox-carts, yokes and chains.
Brake, harnesses, windmill, black
smith and carpenter tools, including I
large Putnam Latlte, complete nnd
Olllce and household furniture.
Railroad track, etc., etc.
1 second-hand Engine, 1024, in order,
mado by the Honolulu Iron Works
Also, all coal, lumber and sugar bags
whatever on hand on day ol tale.
E3y For Information as lo terms of
sale aud other particulars as to
Exi.stiir;; I'lnuliiig ContrnctH,
Well.liorinp; and other minor contracts
advantageous to tho Mill, persons dcslr.
ing to become purch iers may apply to
I'll. OPFEKGEl.T. IVhidcnt
ED. llOFFSCHLAEOEU & Co., Ag'ts,
ADAMS & CO.,
Banjo and Guitar,
JiJ. .J. A-ppleljy, ..
A Thorough Toucher.
Z5T For terms, apply to
400 lm WEST, DUW & CO.
KZalfasilio Salt, '
Cheap, in any Quantity.
09 HUSTACBifc ROBERTSON. f1m
Hnvli gfo uiul thu Services of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wo me prepared to execute all
House or Sign
HONOLULU PLANINO MILLS.
Store lor Kent, nnd Fix
tures i'or Sale.
TMIAT desirable Store now occupied
X by thu LADIES' BAZAAR, 88 Fort
street, and all thu Fixture, Glass Cases,
ac, lur baie. ror turiiier particulars,
I enquire on the PremUca,
Ml Eerry'n Sohool
WILL re-npen on MONDAY, ?ep.
'PIIE undersigned Is pieparcd to fur
JL nish specimen of nil the
Ferns of tho Hawaiian Islands
nt reasonable, rates.
Complete I'ollectloiiH embrac
ing 14U varieties representing '.'U families
prepared lo order only. These collections
display cntlic fronds of ench fetn w .th
roots and other Important part of u 'h
plunt. Collections embracing from V0
to 60 varieties elegantly mounted and
decorated with motsw, lichens ami tv.
weeds peculiar to the Islands always on
hand nt Messrs. King Bros.' Art Store,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Packages of the spores of all varieties
of ferns found In the group for sale.
These packages are guaranteed to contain
fresh spores and are securely put up and
accurately named. Price per packet 10
Pamphlet containing particulars in
reference to living plants, with a cata
logue of the ferns mailed to any address
within the Postal Union upon lecelpt of
5 cent stamp. Address,
F. L. CLARKE,
87 Honolulu, Oahu, 11. 1.
A S complaints have reached me
XjL late from some of my customers
that they can purchase llawaiian.made
Soap cheaper than I have been selling
It. I beg to state that I huve always
, transuded my business in a fnlr and
straightforward way, charging tliosamo
price to all alike, and selling at a
moderate rale; and at the same time I
would inform my customers and the
public that from and after this date my
price will bo $7 per 100 lbs.
T. W. RAWLINS.
Honolulu Soap Works, Lelco, Hono
lulu, Juno 21st. 59
Crystal Ma Works
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, Surtapnrilla,
Fruit Syrups and Efsences and
made from the pure Apple, all of which
we guarantee to be the bet.
fffir We also invite parllep intending
stai ling stores for the t-ide of iced
drinks and wishing lountain supplies,
lo.call on us Lefore going cls-i where.
The Crystal Suila Works,
P. O. Box S97, Ilon-bilu.
Inter-Mai S. I Co.,
THe .EJeKt Route
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
Tliu new nnd etimi.cli
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
FRIDAY, September 3rd.
The steamer passes nlong the rntire
coast of ihn leeward side of Ilimxil, af.
fording tourists a panorama of charm
ing scenery, and will stop at Kenlake
kua Bay. uhete Milllcient time is allow
ed to vis-it the Monument of Captain
Tourists by this route reach Punalun
nt fi o'clock on the day nfter leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
veBsel, making l he entire pat-t-uge in
smooth water. At Punaluu there is tho
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists Mill lie conveyed
by railroad to Pali a! a, thence by stagn
coach to Hftlf.wny House, where horbes
and guides will lie in attnndnuco to con
vey them lo the Vnh'ono.
Tourists will havo two nights and ot e
whole day nt the Volcano lloi se.
Ticket for the lound trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HAHRY ARMITAQB,
Agent, at Wllllmns' Photograph Gallery,
Fort htrccl, or ui the olllce ul thu I. I. S.
N. Co., Eyplunmlo. f:i'.0llm
Bunt Out, but Not Dead!
Ryaa's Boat-Bnilflint Stop
Is now adjoining thu rear of
,, rr ''.'iry.v-.
a las too
& 3a iu
Haw'n Carriage Manff'Co.,
E.O. Hull & Bon,
Inter-lslaud S. N, Co.,
O. Brewer & Co.,
Wailuku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugar Co.,
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokw.
33 Merchant Street. 161 ly
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