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AUGUST 30. 1880.
Stmr Wnimanalo from Walmanalo
y S Mnruroa from tbc Colonics
Stmr Klnnii from Windward Ports
Stmr Wulalcnlo from Kauai
Stmr Jas Mnkco from ICaual
Stmr 0 H Bishop from llamakua
Bktne Malay fiom Jim rard'8 Inlet, B C
S S Mararoa for San Francisco
Stmr Llkcllke for Kahnlul
Stmr Mokoltl for Molokal
Sclir Lcahl for llanalcl
Schr Aluuuokawul for Koolau
Schr ICawalluul for Koolau
Sclir Mlllo Morris for Lanal
Schr Halnbow for Koolau
Sclir Mana for Laupahoehoo and IIUo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Jas Mukec for Wahtnao and Kauai
at 10 A. si.
Stmr C H Bishop for Lahaina and Ha-
' makua at 4 1. m.
Stmr Walaleale for Kauai at 5 p. m.
Bktne Discovery for San Francisco
Stmr Klnau for Windward Ports
Bol bark Don Nicolas, Koss, from
Port Townscnd, W T, due Julj' 20-31.
Nlc bk liimljlo, llowaid, from De
parture Bay, 11 O, duo June 25-30.
Gcr bark Pacific, Oltiuan, from Brc
inieu, due Sept 20-30.
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Boston, due August 20-31.
Am bark Xioojas Thayer, Crosby,
from Newcastle, X S V, duo August
Aui bark Elslnore, GWJeaks, from
Newcastle, X S W, due August 20-30.
Am bark Pacific Slope, Barnes, from
Newcastle, X S W, due September
KMSS Mararoa, (Bi It) James Edie,
from the Colonies, en route to San
Francisco, duo Angust 28th.
Brit baik V 11 Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June 0th, due here October
. Brit ship Amaua, sailed from London,
April 0th, and from Madeira April 24th,
due here August 24-31.
Brit bark Iionerag, sailed from Liver
pool, June Gth, due nere October 23rd
Brit bk Isle of Erin, sailed from
Glasgow, April 10th, due September 3
13. Am bktne Planter, W R Perrlman,
from Port Townseud, W T, due Sept
Am ship Melrose. Ktilb, from Port
'Townseud, W T, due Sept 1-15.
Am bgtue Sallna, Blake, from San
"Francisco, due Aug 20-23.
Am schr Auna, Williams, from San
Traneiseo, for Kahului, due Aug 28-30.
Am bktne Amelia, W Xewhall, from
Eureka, Cal, due Aug 25-28.
Am tern J CFord, fiom San Fran
cisco, due Aug 2S-30.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Itfiuui 3ril7 bags of sugar, 10
bales of wool, 1 horse, 500 goat
skins, 50 hides and ISO pkgs of sun
dries. Stmr "Walaleale 1,500 bags of sugar,
142 hides, 100 bags ofpia, 20 bags
of rice, 2 horses and 42 Juead of
Stmr C It Bishop 3,000 bags of sugar
and 530 bags of paddy.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktne Discovery, Meyer
.Bktnc Malay, Morehouse
S S Australia, Webber
Fred P Litchlleld, Bartlett
Haw brig Allie Rowe, J Phillips,
.Am bgtnc Clans Spreckels, E P Drew,
A.m bark California, Davis
From Kauai, per Walaleale, August
20 II WatcrJiousc, Heiurich von Holt,
Miss Matie vou Holt, Miss Bertha von
Holt, Captain J Ross, Jolm,Brown, W
Brcde, J II Cooke, Mrs Wilson, Mis O
Christian, L A Andiews, Chas Greeu
.Qeld and 58 deck.
From the Volcano and Windward
Ports, per Kinnn, August 20 From the
Volcano: A Wesscl, E Page and wife,
Dr A S Condon, J Withers, F L Cox,
Thos Saffre3r, wife and 2 children, Miss
H Saffrey, W Inaina, W G Brash. From
Windward Ports : H R II Princess Ka
iulanl and 2 servants, Miss L C Robert
sou, Miss Helen Ladd, Miss Mabel Ladd.
Mrs W M Glffard, Mrs Sum Parker and
4 children, Miss Mary Low, Miss Clara
Low, Miss Stella uauua, aiiss liatite
Needhum, Miss Xlta Neumann, Miss
Agnes Neumann, Mrs F P Hastiugs,
Miss L Fltzsimmous, Miss Nellie Lqw
rie, Miss Miuuie Biown, Sam Damon,
"Win Foster, J Tucker, J Nawahl, J
Stupplebeen. Armstrong Smith, L L
Von Sllke, Mrs L Aseu, W II Daniels,
J Kalaina, T W Everett and wife, Rev
"W O Merritt and wife, Cant G W Wll
Jong, Dr T Iwal, Miss Maria luka, Miss
Stella Keoinailaiil, Miss Malle Nowleln,
Miss Louise Hart, J G Horde and 100
From Honolulu for San Francisco,
per Mararoa, August 28 Cabin : W R
K Armstrong, Mrs R Morse, R R Hind,
wife and sou, J Bowler, Miss J Judd,
G AV Hughes and G W Grey. Steerage :
31 Davis, W G Pi ice, R Ballentine, S
Cantleld, Miss Wyutt, J Pennycott,
-wife and child, Bonnie Whitney, Mrs
Ryan and G children, C Hummer, Mrs
Mells and 4 children, and J G Fitz
patrlck, aud 04 in transit from the.Colo
nics. Fiom the Colonies for Honolulu, per
Mararoa, August 28 O Biown, Edward
Rower, I) Hagarty, W J Wilson, Mr
and Mrs Gllbeit and family.
The R M S S Mararoa, CaptEdlo,
left Sydney wharf on 21st August at
4:37 v. m., discharged pilot 0:67 l'. .,
experienced moderate northwest winds
till anival in Auckland on 10th at 12:45
A. m,. sailed again on 17th at 3:20 p. m
discharged pilot at 1:12 p. i passed
Alameda on 18th at 3:10 v. m., anived
Tutulla at 10:18 A. m., on 21st started
again at 11 :40,-fresh southeast to uorth-j-iist
winds to 10 south fiom theuce
moderate southeast aud fresh northeast
trades to Honolulu arilviiig 28th at
4 P. M.
The S S Mararoa sailed Satuiday
evening for San FrancUco, taking from
this pot 1 2 boxes of seed cane, 208 belt
.of bananas and 200 bdlsof sugtuoane.
Value, 8333, ,
The bktne Malay which ai lived yes
terday fiom Puget Sound brought 800
tons 6f coal and 200,100 feet of lumber
to I r Win & Co,
A new suit Tho
juenced in court.
one just coin-
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun Royal Hawaiian Hand played
at llio Fnlnco this morning.
Rain is much needed on Kauai,
principally at Wainica and IColon.
The Rcfoiinatory School luau,
Saturday aftcrnbnn, was largely at
tended, and thoroughly successful.
IIanamaumj Plantation Kauai
finished grinding last Thursday, for
the season, after making 3,000 tons
Tun performance announced for
this evening at tho rink, is postponed
until Tuesday, owing to tho hand
playing his evening at Emnia Square.
Officers McKcuguo, Marcos, and
Mehrtcns, of tho Honolulu Polico
force, have been notified of the
termination of their scrvico at tho
close of this month.
By the steamer Kinuu pleasant
weather is reported. Two plantations
at llainukua and two at llilo, have
suspended grinding for the season.
The Volcano is booming.
Mn. Alfred Carter, a member of
tho Myrtle Boat Club, employed in
the banking house of C. R. Bishop it
Co., had his left leg badly cut by a
mooting cubic, while bathing at the
Myrtle boat house last Friday after
noon. Next Thursday nfternoon H. R.
H. Princess Liliuokalani will give a
birthday party and luau, at her Pala
tini residence. The Nihoa party, the
Liliuokalani Educational society and
the Princess' Own military company,
have been invited to attend.
Two handsome wedding cakes for
tho Stillman-Molteno wedding aro
on view at the Elite ico cream parlors.
One of the cakes is four stories high,
beautifully decorated with sugar roses
and ornamental leaves, and is sur
mounted with a wedding symbol.
In the Polico Court to-day, J.
Ryan, on two charges of assault and
battery, was fined $50, ($25 on each),
and Geo. Patterson his associate in
tho Garltone case, $25. Both were
ordered to give bonds, Ryan in $100
surety, and Patterson, in $50, to keep
the peace for one year.
It is reported that at a meeting of
His Majesty's Cabinet this noon, it
was decided to request the resigna
tion of Mr. Chas. Judd as His Ma
jesty's Chamberlain, and to appoint
Col. Curtis Iaitkca in his stead. Fur
ther to appoint Mr. Geo. Richardson
to the position of Collector-General.
At Lahaina, Maui, last Wednes
day -a Japanese laborer committed
suicide, by hanging himself, and at
Olowalu on the following Saturday,
(Aug. 20) a Chinaman ended his
existence by strangulation, ho hav
ing hung himself by the neck on a
a tree. An inquest was held in both
A neat little upholstery establish
ment has been started in new Arm
strong block, King street, near the
bridge, by a Hawaiian named J. P.
Kanakaliilii, who is prepared to fill
orders, great and small, in his line.
Making and repairing mattresses,
and repairing couches, &e.- are his
At Kapiolani race course Saturday
afternoon, Perrie's horse, beat
Emanuel Rosa's steed in a U mile
running race for $300 a side. Shortly
after, Dick Davis' mare out-ran Alex.
Arthur's roan colt,' in a mile dash
for $20 a side. Next Saturday the
last two horse mentioned will run a
mile race for $75 a side.
The new steamer Waialeale was
right royally received at Kauai. On
her arrival at the ports the people
would hoist ilags to signify their wel
come to the new steamer. At Koloa
the Governess Lanihau, accompanied
by about 50 persons, boarded the
steamer and spent half an hour in
inspecting her accommodations.
The jttvenilety of Honolulu was
fairly represented at tho Aginton
matinee Saturday afternoon, and
about 100 persons assembled to wit
ness tho performance in tho evening.
In both the afternoon and evening
exhibitions Mr. Aginton greatly im
proved on Friday night's skating,
going through the intricate move
ments of numerous windings and
apparently confused evolutions, with
perfect ease and grace.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS
P. W. Creagh, Sydney; H. P.
Lowden, England; &. C. Crump,
England ; A. F. Sullivan, Australia ;
E. Halstead; Wnialua; Mr. and
Mrs. Stephens, Sydney ; Mrs. G. H.
Thompson, New Zealand ; P. Cox,
Englaryi j J. "Wethers, England ; Dr.
Condon, U. S. A., J. Marsden, Ha
waii. A RIDING PARTY.
A party of twelve went over the
Pali to Koolau yesterday. They
were twice drenched by rain before
reaching the Pali, and were cooled
off ajain by a brisk shower at
Hecia. On their return trip, last
night, one of them fell into a ditch
on the side of the road, near the
old ice works, and came near being
killed. It was dark, us pitch and
raining heavily when the cavalcado
of 12 came down the road, and all
went well until one of tho horses
disappeared with his rider, us though
the earth had opened to receive
them. The Water AVorks people
had made un excavation to lay pipes,
but left no light there or any other
danger signal, Tho ditch is a nasty
place to fall into on a dark night, as
it might cause permanent injuries or
death. As it happened last night,
tho horse and rider rolled over twice,
without either being beriously hurt.
ENGAGEMENTS, &G. THIS EVENING.
TliEni: will be a meeting of Lodge
Lo Piogrcs do'l Oceanic, F. &. A. M.
this evening, at 7 :30 o'clock.
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, F. it. A.
M. hold a special meeting (2nd de
gree) this evening, at 7 :30. Visiting
brethren uro cordially invited.
The priucipnlship of tho Govern
ment Egnlish school at Kohala, Ha
waii, has been given to the Rev. II.
F. E. W'hulloy.
Rev. A. Duncan, a tecent arrival
fiom Australia, goes to Lahaina to
day, to take ehargo of the English
Episcopal church there.
- m m
Mit. Oliver Stilhiian and Mips N.
Molteno will be united in marriage
next Thursday evening, at the Catho
lic Church, Fort street.
Mn. E. Hutton, of the Honolulu
Iron Works, was a passenger by the
Mararoa. Mr. Hutton goes to British
Columbia lor the benefit of his
The most fascinating and bewitch
ing photographer, Mr. Theo. Severin,
after spending several mouths in
photographing llamakua district, for
Mr. J. Williams, returned to Hono
lulu by tho steamer C. R. Bishop
yesterday, to see the boys and girls.
He will return to llamakua by tho
steamer to-morrow, to finish photo
graphing in tho district.
The Royal Hawaiian Hanxl will
play this evening at Emma Square
beginning at 7 :30. Following is the
Overture Berlin Life Comradl
Cavatlua Lucia Doulzotti
Waltz Remembrance Waldtcufel
Selection Bohemian Girl Balfe
Ala Illkl Mai.
Medley War Recollections Buyer
Gavotte Welcome Kluss
Polka Belloua Faust
March Pill Aoao Berger
A BULLOCK'S ESCAPE. '
On Saturday last, the James
Makee put into Nawiliwili harbor for
the purpose of embarking 'some
cattle for the Honolulu matket. An
animal, not appreciating the situa
tion, (in the slings) slipped out
when over the deck, marched aft
and jumped overboard. The boat
men were despatched after him and
iu less than five minutes, the bullock
was safely on board again. He was
secured on deck and lauded at the
cattle pen yesterday morning.
Mr. Williams, a Swede of middle
age, was accidentally shot and killed
at Paauhau last Thursday. He went
into a harness room on the above
day, to get a shotgun, with the in
tention of firing at some quail. He
reached over a railing and was
drawing the gun, muzzle first, to
wards him, when it went off. The
shot entered his left side, and pene
trated to the heart. He walked
about ten feet after the discharge of
the gun, and then dropped dead.
Williams was a teamster on the
plantation, and was spoken of as a
good man. He was buried on the
next day, leaving a brother on the
same plantation and many friends to
mourn his loss.
THE MARAROA, ARRIVAL AND DE
PARTURE. The Oceanic Steamship Com
pany's Mararoa came to the wharf,
from Australia and New Zealand,
about 4:30 o'clock Saturday after
noon, and left for San Francisco at
about 8 o'clock the same evening.
The through passengers came ashore,
and made good use of the short stay
in port to see what was to be seen
in Honolulu. An immense crowd of
people gathered on the wharf to bid
adieu to departing friends and to
see the steamer off. The King and
suite went aboard and remained to
the last. The indefatigable Berger
was in attendance with his bund of
musicians, and filled the air with
animating sounds. As the noble
ship steamed out of the harbor in
the darkness, with her electric lights
full ablaze and emitting illumination
through every window and porthole,
she presented a grand sight.
The Mararoa brought G adult
passengers for Honolulu, and a little
freight, and had 9l passengers for
San Francisco. She took from hero
12 cabin and 21 steerage passengers',
a little freight, and the mails.
CONCERT AT KILAUEA, KAUAI, IN AID
OF KILAUEA CHURCH.
On Saturday the Mth hist., a con
cert was given tit Kilauca Church,
in aid of tho Church funds. The
talent engaged was purely local, and
proved very successful. Miss Uer
nice Barnard rendered valuable as
sistance as accompanyist, aud to her
is due the enthusiastic reception of
tho vocalists. The choir from Ana
hola Church, under tho direction of
the. Rev. Kaiapa, sang two or three
Hawaiian gless, concluding with
"Aloha Oe" and "Hawaii Ponoi,"
which sent every member of tho
audience home feeling happy.
Tho Misses Muhoc acquitted
themselves creditably as vocalists,
and it is hoped that their voices will
be aguid heard ere io'ng. Mr. J. B.
Alexander, the pastor of the Churph,
returned from Wiiimeain the middle
of his vacation in order to take part
in tho concert. Ho sang "The.Lost
Chord" with telling effect, and in
trio with the Gnrstin Bros., his high
clear notes were heard with delight.
Mr. aud Mrs. R. A. Maclle, Jr.,
took an active jinrt in the perform
ance and added to its success. Mrs.
Macflo's "Cup of tea'' was a relish
to all, and brought fourth rounds
of applnusc, while Mr. Macflo's suc
cess la y in a serio-comic solo on
cane cultivation. The llortclmaiin
family were ably represented by the
two hoys from St. Louis College,
and Miss Katie llprttlniann, who
played instrumental pieces to tho
delight of their parents and the
Financially, the concert was a
success, there being over 200 peo
ple who contributed towards the de
sired fund. The next step will be
to apply the money to a practical
purpose which we hope to see real
ized in a few desired improvements.
The members who took part In
the scheme have every reason to feel
proud of the results, and when again
in similar need, will not hesitate to
have recourse to similar means.
PRESENTATION TO MR. ROBERT
At the close of the clay's and
week's work at the IJawaiinn Ga
zette ollle, on Saturday afternoon
last, the employees and proprietors
met iu an infoimal way, by precon
certed arrangement, in the printing
olllce. Mr. Robert Grieve, who has
recently retiicd from the propi ietary
and the management, had been
asked, .without any specified reason,
to be there at that time.
Mr. A. T. Atkinson, editor of the
Gazette, stepped forward from the
company of assembled employees,
with an unpretentious-looking paper
parcel in his hands, at the same time
intimating a desire for Mr. Griove's
attention, who was at the time con
versing with a friend.
Attention secured, Mr. Atkinson
said that he had been deputed by
the employees of the ofilce to make
a presentation of the parcel lie held
in his hands to Mr. Grieve, as a
token of tlieif respect and esteem,
at the same lime expressing his own
and the employees' admiration for
the many good qualities of the
gentleman whom he was addressing,
which years of close connection had
Mr. Grieve was taken by surprise,
the allair being quite unexpected to
him. He thanked his former em
ployees for their kind sentiments,
stating that he had endeavored to
deal fairly and justly with them, and
was gratified with their gift, as an
expression of their satisfaction with
his treatment, and an evidence of
their continued good feeling towards
himself. It would be kept as a re
membrance of past agreeable i ela
tions and many wrestlings together
iu the struggle of life.
The removal of the paper cover
ing from the parcel revealed a large
and beautiful silver ice pitcher,
bearing tho following incription :
"Presented to Robert Grieve by the
employees of the Hawaiian Gazette
Publishing Company, Honolulu,
August 28, 188C.
Saturday, August 28th.
Drunkenness: Hale and Makai
nui, $C each.
Importing and smuggling five tins
opium, per Australia ; 11. Domisou,
S151 and hard labor two months.
Deserting his wife: Wakiwikina,
ordered to return, costs S3. 20.
Val Bint is tho piemium Beer.
TheKlitu Ice Cream Parloi.-,
II. J. Hint, Proprietor,
Don't indulge in personalities to mis
lead tho public, but offer their
superior Hand-made Ice Cream,
Cukes and Candies to one and all.
Good quality iu everything is our
No Ciiuam frozen over the second
and thiid day, at F. HORN'S.
Guaranteed the only fresh steum
fro7.cn Cream. Sold at thu Pioneer
Steam Candy Factory, Bakery, and
Ice Cream Rooms. F. HORN, pro
prietor, Hotel, between .tort
FitKSii, Steum-fio.eii, Pine
Richest Ice Cream, every day
Cream fioon over tho second, third,
or even tho fourth day. Sold at the
Fionccr Steam Candy Factory,
Bakery, and Ice Cream Rooms. F.
HORN, Proprietor, Hotel, between
Fort and Nutiauu streets. Both
telephones, No. 14. 18
KAPIOLANI BATH HOUSE 1
Kapiolani Bath House I
If cleanliness is next to godliness,
go to tho ubovo named tcbort, near
tho Murine Railway, where you can
got tho best appetizer iu tho woild
ftcsh air and salt water bathing and
boating. Refreshments and coal
drinks upstairs.- 1G
WAR DECLARED AT THE 'TEM
PLE OF FASHION I
S. Colin & Co, have detui mined to
fight opposition and gieat prepara
tions are made iu rcgaid to ieducing
piiees of the entire stock of Clothing,
tients' Furnishing Goods, Boots ami
Shoes, Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, etc.,
etc. Tho great light will commence
on tho iiibt day of September. Goods
will, in: sou at such juices as will
convince tho liudc, mora especially
sor.io of thu uptown retail shops, of
the absurdity of cutting down living
prices, and wo mean lo "light it out
on this li"o" until tho trade, or
tather those uptown retail shops
come to realize that the best way of
conducting business is on a solid
legitimutu basis. We will cut and
split prices of every article above
mentioned. Iu fact no reaouable
oiler will bo lefuscd, This is. no
HUMiiya, Vo ipojii what we say,
and intend tq uut up to it. Lookout
for the 1st of September,
K, CU1JN H CO,
PiCTtmn Frames and Cornices
made lo older, old Frames lcpaired,
rcgildcd, etc. King Bros'. Art Store.
Dn. Flint's Hkakt Rkmiwiy is a
Specific for all foi ins of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Dctciiptivo book
with every bottle. Benton Smith it
Co., Agents. nM
Tim undersigned loupeolfully in
forms Heads of families, Ilestauioiits
and Private parties that he sells his
now uuivvirally acknowledged su
peiior Ice Cream, for which the de
mand has doubled iu the shott space
of time of 1 month, cheaper than
what adulterated compounds of so
called Ico Cic.ini is sold for.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry cook
and Ornainentcr. II!
Tun finest, most ileliciotm and
richest steam mndo IcuCienm, for its
purity and genuineness, 1 hetowith
publicly guarantee can only bo found
in Honolulu, at tho Pioneer Steam
Confectionery, Bakery and Comfort
able Cool Ice Cream Room, Hotel,
between Nuuanu and Foit shoots.
Mutual and Bell Telephone No. 7-J.
Homi:-maui: Chocolate and Fancy
Ci earns, acknowledged to bo far
supetior to any imported, on account
of their softness, fieslincssand Ihuor,
always on hand at F. HORN'S
Pioneer Steam Cattily Factory,
Bakery, and Ice Cieimi Rooms ; Hotel
street, between Fort and Nuuanu.
Paiuonizi: Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of.l. W. llingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepared to lill nil
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island outers solicited
and promptly 'filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is lequhed" to
sell these cigui. Do not foigct the
name J. W. llingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel stieet.
The following foreign news items
are gleaucd from the JSTew Zealand
tfcruM, to hand by the Mararoa,
Saturday 28lh instant. :
At a meeting of the British Cabi
net, Sir M. Hicks-Beach, Chief Sec
retary for Ireland, reported that
the state of the country was reas
suring. The Cabinet decided that
Parliament be ptorogued as soon as
supply lias been obtained. A com
mittee of the Cabinet was appointed
lo consider the position of affairs in
An alarming colliery explosion
occurred at Woodond, iu Lanca
shire, on the 13th instant. Thirty
miners weie entombed, and fears
were entertained for their safety.
Germany and England are urging
China to resist tho Russian occupa
tion of Port Lazareff. The isolated
action of Russia is much commented
The Jiepttblitjite Fraucaisc insists
on France letaining the New Hob
rides by right of first occupation.
The London iSluiulaid, referi ing to
the same question, considers that it
is time Fiance left tho Island. A
few days later the ollloial journal
published an article logarding the
Franco-German ptolocol of Decem
ber last, relating to tho future ope
rations of those countiies on the
West Coast of Africa and the South
Pacific. The journal advocates tho
taking of the New Hebrides by
France, and aigues justification for
such n step.
Beach, the New South Wales
oarsman, now iu England, is re
poited to be in excellent form.
It is said iu London that the
White Star line steamship company
offer to establish a twenty-six and a
half'dayo' service to Adelaide, South
The Emperors of Austria and
Germany have caused the Pope to
be infoimed that at their meeting at
Gastein they will have under con
faideration the present position of
the Papacy, his Holiness has re
plied, expressing his thanks to their
Majesties for their intimation.
A public meetintr was held in
Sydney on the lltli instant to con
sider tho question of holding an ex
hibition iu celebration of the cen
tenary of tho colony. A seiiesof
resolutions was proposed and
adopted in favor of holding a cen
tennial exhibition in Sydney in 1888.
A vessel arrived at Newcastle,
Now South Wales, on tho Mth
hist., bringing among her passen
gers 1)1 returned diggeis Troiu Kim
burly. They give discouraging,
though indefinite, rcpoits as to the
state of the field.
An extraordinary application
came before thu Supreme Court at
Chiistchurch recently. The liqui
dator of Montgomery & Co. (Li
mited), a company which was being
voluntarily wound up, had failed to
induce two of the shareholders to
accept the money thuy were entitled
to, and applied for an order to lodge
the amount in com t, so that he might
complete the liquidation. The
amount involved was about 1,800,
and his Honor, while granting the
order, expressed surprise that in
these dull times persons should find
in their hearts to refuse money
awarded them under biicli circum
stances. Mr. Locko Richardson gave ono
of his popular recitals tit tho Free
masons llnll, Auckland, on the lltli
instant, to ji full house and an up
pieciativo uiullcuce. Ho was listened
to with plcasuro, and heartily ap
plauded at the close, ns well ns at
intervals throughout the evening's
entertainment. This was the last
hut one of n scries of entertainments
given in Auckland. Mr. Richardson
was shortly to leave for Australia.
Matters sit Samoa were reported
to he much more paoifio nnd encou
raging. Tho troubles appeared to
be over, and everyone was heartily
glad of restored tranquillity. The
Gorman Consul had received per
mission to visit Euinpe, mid was ex
pected to lcuvo by the Mararoa.
In confoimity with a resolution of
the Sliatclioldrr of tlin Walmua Sugar
Mill Company, adopted nt a meeting
held on August 111, lfcSG, authorizing the
President and Peiicary of s-aid Coipo
ntlon to di-poso of Us ninpcr.y, etc.. thu
properly of tho suhl
Miinioa Sugar Mill Co,
AT WA1MEA, KA.UAI,
will be sold to the highest bidder, nt
Public Auction, nt the Salesroom of E.
P. Adams & Co., on
Monday, 6th day of Septem
ber, A.TJ. 1886,
at the hour or 12 o'clock m., to wit: the
Entire SUGAR WORKS, known ns the
Waisnea Sugar Mill,
Erected on fee simple land at Waimca,
ICuuiii, with all its contents and machin
ery and modem improvements, manu
factured by the Honolulu Iron Works
Company iu lSt'4.
Lenses of lands adjoining the mill site.
Hnt'ses for manager, sugar boiler, en
gineer nnd lalioreis.
Blacksmith and carpenter shop.
220 working Oxen, moro or es8.
t!0 o&.c:tit, yokes nnd chnitiF.
Ill .ike, harnesses, windmill, black
smith and carpenter tools, including 1
huge Putnam Lnllie, complete and
Olllce ami household furniture.
ltailro-ul track, etc., etc.
1 M-coiid-lmnd Engine, 1021, in order,
made by tho Honolulu lion Works
Aluo, all coal, lumber and bugar bags
whatevoi on hand on day of talc.
EST" For information as to terms of
side and other particulars ns to
Existing; IMimtiiij; Contracts,
Well-boring and other minor contracts
I'llv.tntagcoiis to the Mill, persons desir
'K to become puicliuters may apply to
PIT. OI'PKKUKfr, President.
ED. nOPKSCHLAEUEli & Co., Ag'ts,
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
407 td Auctioneers.
Banjo and Guitar,
A Thorough Toucher.
IS?" Forteims, iiimiIj to
400 lm WKST, HOW vfc CO.
ii . i
i,' h r a
House and Lot otTtlioPauoa
Valley Iload, near the now
Punchbowl Sheet bridge.
II'iiik) coiiidIiih .1 rooms, Bathroom,
Kitchen ami l'untiy Outhouse consist
ing of Smith Carriage House und Hur.
ui-i loom. The groiiuds arc planted
with chokv irei To ho sold cheap for
cash. Apply to
J. M. MOXSARRAT,
10 tf No. 27 Merchant Street,
TiTtoa Tln-KYf'a Gtiltnnl
f JLA(77 JVA JLJ a k7UUUUl
ILb rcopun on MONDAY, Sep
tember 0th. 400 2w
THE undersigned is prepared to fur
nisli specimens of all tho
Forns of tho Hawaiian Islands
nt reasonable rates.
Complete CollcrtioiiH embrac
ing HO varieties representing 20 families
prepared to order only. These collections
display entire fronds of each fern with
roots and other important putts of each
plant. Collections embracing from iiO
to 80 varieties elegantly minimal and
decorated with mosis, lkhtns and lea.
weeds peculiar to the Inlnuds always on
hnnd at Mess-w. King Ilros.' 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
fresli spores mid are securely put up and
pecurately named. Price per packet 10
Pamphlet eontiilning particulars in
reference to living plants, with a cuts,
loguo of the ferns mailed to any sddrens
within the Postal Uniou upon feccipt of
S cent btump. Address,
F. L. CLAUSE,
87 Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
AS complaints have reached mo of
Into from some of my customers
that they cunpuichasc Hawaiian-made
Soap cheaper than 1 have been selling
it, I beg to state that I have ah ays
transacted my business In a fair and
straightforward way, charging the same
price to all alike, ami selling at it
moderate rate; and at tho same time I
would inform my customers and thu
public that from and nfler this date my
price will he $1 per 100 lbs.
T. W. UA.WLLNS. -Honolulu
Soap Works. Leleo, Hono
lulu, June 21st. fiU
Crystal Soda I oris
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, Sarfaparilln,
Fruit Syrups and Essences uud
made fr-m Hie pun- Apple, nil of which
we guiiiuulee lo ho the het.
t& We alio invite parties intending
binning kioits tor llm n:le of icid
drinks mid uithing lountnin supplies
loucnll ot. ii lefoit going c1slw1ii.iv.
He. Crystal Soda forts,
P. V Lux 837, Ili.n lulu.
Mer-Islai S. I Co.,
The Best Koivte
to the World Keno-wnort
Volcano of Kilauea
The new nud staunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
FIUDA.V, September Urd.
The steamer pns-e-t along the entire
coast of ilie leeward side of Hnw.il, af.
fording tourists a panorama of charm.
Ing scenery, and will stop at ICcnluko
kua Buy, where sutlleieiit lime is allow,
ed to visit iliu Monument of Captain
Tourists by this route rcar.h Puoaluu
at 0 o'clock on Ihe day after leaving
Honolulu, being only ono night on the
vessel, making the entire passage in
smooth water. At Punaluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fiom there louriBts v. Ill he convoyed
by railroad to Pahnln. thence by stage,
couch to Half. way llnufu, heie horses
uuil mildcs will !iu in attendance to ecu.
vey them to the Voh-uno.
Tourists uill have two nl(;ht ami oi
whole day at Ihu Volruno House,
Tickets for the touad trip, $50, which
includes all expt ntes.
ppl; to IIAUKY AHMITACK'
Agi'tii Willliims' t'hirtogiunl. Guilt ,
Fori strict, oi m Hit olilii nt lit 1 I s
N. Co., Kt-pli.ii.idf j. CO Urn
llui'iil Out, bill hi M !
I now Hiljiiiiiing h' r m oT
Ilaw'n Carriage Munf'glCo., g IH) 100
K.O. Hull & Bon, 70- 100
Intcr.It-luiut S. N.Co., 10.1 100
Hull Telephone, 0 3J 10
C. Urewer & Co., 1(11 100
Woodluwn Dairy, 0U 100
Wulluku Sugar Co., i)7 100
Waluianalo, 170 100
Star Mill. lt'5 600
I'eclprociiy Sugat Co., 0 IOC
Ico Company, 87 100
L.A TllimSTON, Block Jliokct.
3a Merchant Btieet. 101 ly