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WEDNESDAY, SUIT. 1, 188G.
Jik Don JvMcolas from Port Townend
Stmr Iwnlani from Wind waul Ports
Schr Kaiilkcuoull for Kohala
S S Australia for San Francisco
Bktne l)looverv forSnu Francisco
Schr Kulainaiiii for Puna
Schr Catciluu for Waininnalo
Schr Kc Au llmi for Pala
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Knulkcnoull from Kolinla
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Don Nicola", lloss
Bktne Jlnluy, Jtoiehouo
Fred P Litchfield, Bmtlelt
Haw bilg Alllo Kowo, .) Phillips
Am bgtno Clans Spreekels, li P Drew,
Am bark Callfoi nla, Davis
Nlc bk Hlmijlo, Howard, from De
parture Hay, U 0, duo .Mine 25-30.
Ocr bark Paclllc, Oltnmn, from Bre
men, duo Sept i!0-'.10.
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Boston, due August 20-111.
Am bark Nicolas Thayer, Crosby,
irom Newcastle, X S W, due August
Am bark Elslnoie, G AV .Icnks, from
Newcastle, N S W, due August 20-uO.
Am bark Paclllc Slope, Barnes, from
Newcastle, X S W, due September
RMSS Mararoa(Brit) James Edle,
from the Colonies, en route to San
Francisco, due August 28th.
Brit bark W 11 Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June Oth, due heie October
Brit ship Ainann, sailed from London,
April Oth, and from Madeira April 24th,
due here August 24-31.
Brit bark Ii one-rag, sailed from Liver
pool, June 5th, due licre October 23rd
Biit bk Isle of Erin, sailed from
Glasgow, April 10th, due September 3
13. Am bktne Planter, W It Perrlnian,
from Port Townsend, W T, due Sept
Am ship Melrose. Kalb, from Port
Townsend, W T, due Sept 1-1C.
Am bctne Sallna, Blake, from San
Francisco, due Aug 20-25.
Am schr Anna, Williams, from San
Francisco, for Kahnlui. due Aug 28-30.
Am bktne Amelia, W" Newhall, from
Eureka, Cal, due Aug 25-28.
Am tern J CForU, from San Fran
cisco, due Aug 28-30.
From Windward Ports, per Iwalani.
August 31 II A Parmelee, wife and
daughter, C N Chappell and wife. Mrs
P Lee and child, G Glendon, C Pen and
child, Mrs J M Lee, Mrs It Wassman,
Miss M S Martin, G E Ward, KiaNa
haolelua, II Meyer, F E Atwater, Miss
A Chappell, Mrs Mahoe, C L Biito and
For Windward Ports, per Kinau, Au
gust 31 Major W H Coniwcll, Judge J
ICalama, Jos Xawahl, W II Daniels,
Miss A Cleghoin, Mrs Duncan, C B
Wells, Miss Daniels, Mr Lawson, C S
Coffin, J Tucker, Rev A Duncan, Mr
Fledredge. wife and child, and 90 deck.
For Kona. per Waialeale, August 31
II F Glade, W II Schmidt, Miss Chapln,
Mr Roberts, wife and child. Mrs C
Christian and child, Miss Scheimer and
For San Fiancisco, per Discovery,
September 1 II Taylor.
For San Francisco, per Australia,
September 1 Cabin: J Leavcy and
wife, C Watson, E A Jones, Mrs (J M
Cooke, i children and nurse, G T Rose
man, Sophie Heiby, E Bagc and wife,
A Maisden, G K Wilder, E D Tenney,
R E Halstead, E Tucker, J II Ward, J
R Lake, Gen J Conghein, M Rosenthal,
ii J Waller and wife, C W Ashford, T
It Foster, Mrs E T Skidmore, Jus Gay
and II S Condon. Steerage: Mis M J
llealey, E Power, Geo McChesney,
wife and child, C SI Chappell, wife
and daughter, C T Hoyt, J Rowland, J
Schwartz, A T McDernott, Mr Taylor,
13 Portuguese and 3 Chinamen.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kilauea Hon 3,500 bags of sugar.
Stmr Iwalani 3,070 bags of sugar, 84
awa, 12 pigs, 29 hides and 120 pkgs
The bktne Discovery sailed this after
noon for San Francisco with 11,021
bags of sugar and 1,400 bags of rice.
The bark Don Nicolas, Captain J
Ross, arrived yesterday evening 31 days
from Port Townsend, with 712,273 feet
of lumber to Allen & Robinson,
The S S Australia sailed this noon for
San Francisco with 10,304 bags of sugar,
1,550 bags of rice, 1,770 'bnchs of Iia
nanas, 427 green hides, 0 bdls of goat
skins, 0 bales of sheep skins, 14 boxes
of betel leaves, 348 bdls of sugar caue.
B boxes of taro, 1 box of plants nnd 1
hag of gold coin (8700). Value of
domestic produce, 04,779.38.
TheElite Ice Cream Parlors,
H. J. Hart, Proprietor,
Don't indulge in personalities to mis
lead tlio public, but offer their
superior Hand-made Ico Cream,
Cakes and Candies to one nnd all.
Good quulity in everything is our
Fresh, Steam-frozen, Pure and
Richest Ico Cieiun, every day. No
Cream frozen over the second, third,
or even the fourth day. Sold at the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory,
Rakery, and Ico Cream Rooms. F.
HORN, Proprietor, Hotel, between
Fort and Nuuanu streets. Both
telephones, No. 7-i. 18
KAPIOLANI BATH HOUSE I
Kapioliini Hath House I
If cleanliness is next to godliness,
go to tlio above named resort, near
tho Marine Railway, where you can
get the best appetizer in tho world
fresh uir und salt water bathing and
boating, ltefieshments and coal
drinks upstairs. 10
Dii. Flint's IIuart Hkmkbv is a
Specilio for all fouus of Heart Dis
ease and nlso for DiBeuses of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with ovory bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
, , , ... , .
ricTunu Frames and Cornices
nintlo to order, old Frames repaired,
rcgildciL etc. King Bros'. Art Store.
Tun finest, most delicious and
richest steam made IcoCrcnin, for its
purity and genuineness, I hciewith
publicly guarantco can only be found
in. Honolulu, nt tlio Pioneer Steam
Confectionery, Bakery and Comfort
ablo Cool Ice Cream Boom, Hotel,
between Nuuami and Fort streets.
Mutual and Bell Tclephonu No. 74.
lIo.MK-MAun Chocolato nnd Fancy
Crowns, acknowledged to bo far
superior to any imported, on account
of tliuir softness, freshness anil llavor,
always on hand at F. HOUN'S
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory,
Bakery, nnd Ico Cream Booms; Hotel
street, between Fort and Nuunnu.
Tun undersigned respectfully in
forms Heads of families, Kestaurants
and Private parties that lie sells his
now universally acknowledged su
perior Ico 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 Ico Cream is sold for.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry cook
and Ornaincnter. 13
WAR DECLARED AT THE TEM
PLE OF FASHION 1
S. Colin & Co. have 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 fight will commence
on the first day of September. Goods
will be bold at such prices us will
convince the trade, more especially
some of the uptown retail shops, of
the absurdity of cutting down living
prices, and we mean to "fight it out
on this lino" until the trade, or
lather those uptown re'tail shops
come to realize that the best way of
conducting business is on a solid
legitimate basis. We will cut and
split prices of every article above
mentioned. In fact no reaonable
offer will be refused. This is no
humbug. We mean what we say,
and intend to act up to it. Lookout
for the 1st of September.
S. COHN & CO.
Patronize Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, where he 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
the fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget the
name J. W. Hingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
LOCAL & GENERAL
To-Monnow is H. R.
TiiEnE will be a meeting
Honolulu Rifles this evening.
A dry-goods campaign has been
opened at the Temple of Fashion.
A cottage, with every convenience,
is advertised to let by Mr. Cartwiight.
Some persons say they felt a slight
shock of earthquake at about 10.45
. m .
Messrs. C. Brewer & Co. publish
an announcement in this paper,
important to persons having money
Messrs. W. G. Irwin & Co. ship
ped 10,235 bags of sugar by the Aus
tralia this noon, and Wells Fargo &
Co. shipped $700 in gold coin, by the
Mr. L. J. Levey will hold his regu
lar cash sale, to-morrow nt 10 a. m.
In addition to the usual assortment
of merchandise, will be sold a choice
lot of Leghorn Fowls.
A lady having lost her dog, and
not being .willing to advertise for his
return, talks of having her Chinese
boy travel the town with a big bell,
calling out at every step, a dog lost!
Dog lost I Brown color name Tip.
Dog lost I
A party of about 30 young ladies
and gentlemen gathered nt a Nuuanu
Avenue residence the other evening,
and played the game of Charapters.
One young lady was made to havo,
(in the game), a glass eye, a cork leg,
and red hair.
The $2,000,000 Loan Bill passed
tlio final reading to-day with a largo
majority, Mr. Cleghorn and Mr.
Paehaole asked to bo excused from
voting, because they objected to the
C percent commission payablo to the
misers of the loan.
Thk Fall Term of tho Academic
School for Girls 1U0 (Nuuanu
Avenue) opens upon Monday, Sept.
13th. Prompt attendance of tho
pupils is desired. Application for
admission should bo made to Mrs. E.
B. C. Wallace, the Preceptress,
At about 1 o'clock this morning
fire was discovered in Lowers &
Cooke's lumber yard, by Mr. Blanch
ard, of tho "Advertisor" office. Tho
employees of that establishment set
vigorously to work und doused the
Humes, beforo any serious damage
had been done. A man was seen
running off in tho dark.
The following changes are
announced in tho firm of Messrs.
Huekfeld & Co,: Mr. II. Hackfeld
has retired; M. J. C. Glndo has with
drawn as general partner; Mr. E.
Muller hus been admitted as a
general partner; Mr, J, C. Glade has
become u special partner: Mr, It,
Lose has been authorized to eigii tho
firm name by piocuration.
Tub bark Don Nicolas, J. Ross
master, hovo in sight yestordny
afternoon, and at sundown was tow'ed
into the harbor by tlio Eleti. She
had a list to the port side, and
appeared to have lost some of her
spins. It was supposed that sho had
encountered severe weather, but on
making inquiries it was ascertained
that the vessel experienced light
winds and pleasant weather through
out the pnssage, and that the list was
caused by the lumber on the port
side being heavier than that on the
stai board side.
Tlio Daily Herald is the nnmu
of new morning paper, which made
its first appearance to-day. It is a
four-page paper, six columns to a
page the same size as the Buixktin
previous to the last enlargement.
Mr. Daniel Logan, for tyo years
editor of the Daily Bulletin, is
proprietor and editor. The "Salu
tatory" gives the reasons for adding
to the number of Honolulu journals,
and announces its politics to be in
dependent. The (list number is a
good one, barring the press work,
which will no doubt be improved in
.THE AUSTRALIA'S DEPARTURE.
The departure of the S. S. Austra
lia drew a large crowd of people.
The band was on the wharf, and
enlivened the atmosphere with
favorite selections. His Majesty
the King, accompanied by His
Chamberlain, Col. Curtis 1. Inukea,
nnd Marshal Kaulukou, boarded the
steamer just before her departure.
Many notables were on the wharf
to see the steamer off, and the
scene was wny. Among the passen
gers, who were covered with wreaths
of flowers, were Mr. E. D. Tennej,
Mr. E. A. Jones, Mr. Halstcad, Mr.
G. K. Wilder, and Mr. E. Tucker.
Hon. G. W. Macfarlane boarded the
steamer at the last moment. The
steamer left the wharf at 12:30
o'clock, taking a cargo valued at
Y0SEMITE SKATING RINK.
Mr. Aginton made his flnal ap
pearance at the Yoseraite rink last
evening, to a fair-sized audience.
Three times, of about five minutes
each, he exhibited his remarkable
skill in fancy and trick skating,
receiving frequent applause from the
well-pleased spectators. In his
fourth appearance on the floor he
represented a dude of the age, wear
ing a dress suit, a tall hat, high
collar, white kids, and a rosette,
and carrying a cane. He took
dainty steps, posed artistically, fell
heavily and picked up his hat with
out bagging his trousers at the
knees. The flnal act was a vivid
representation of the frantic actions
of a beginner on wheels, taking up
the whole floor in mad efforts to
maintain his balance, and finally
coming down with a crash.
PRESENTATION TO COL. C. P. IAUKEA.
Yesterday afternoon, the em
ployees of the Customs Department
assembled at the Custom House,
and presented Hon. Curtis Iaukea
with a beautiful set of cut wine
glasses. The presentation was
made by Mr. Chamberlain, the
oldest man in the seivice, who with
a short speech handed the gift to
the Colonel, with the following in
To Colonel the Hon. Curtis P.
We, the undorsigned, wish by the
nccompan3'ing gift to express in a
small way our kindly appreciation
for the pleasant relations existing
between yourself and the ollicers of
the 'Customs, during your incum
bency as head of the Bureau. Per
mit us to wish you success in your
new vocations, and assuring you of
our high consideration and esteem.
We are, Yours etc.,
G. E. Boaudman,
I. Q. Tkwksbukt,
H. W. Auld,
Richard N. Mossman,
D. K. Beka.
The Colonel, who was taken by
surprise, made a short speech of
thanks. Champagne was passed
around and toasts proposed.
ST. LOUIS C0LLECE.
St. Louis College is one of the
successful educational institutions of
the kingdom, and although it has
been in existence a comparatively
short space of time, so grent has
been its success that increaso of
accommodation has been force on
its trustees two or three different
times since the first building was
erected. At the present time, dur
ing the vacation, additions are being
made, preparatory to tho commence
ment of the next term. A second
story is being put on to the domi
tory where tho publio exhibition was
held at the close of the last school
year, a few weeks ago. The second
story oho large room 45 by 120
feet will bo used as a doniitory,
and tho lower room bo kept as a
hall for examinations, exhibitions,
The College will re-open on Mon
day, the 13th instant. According
to present prospects there is a pro
bability of a greater number of
hoarding pupils seeking admission
than there is room for. Already over
one hundred applications havo been
sept in. No doubt, the last annual
examinations and exhibition udded
to the popularity of the. institution.
It Is tbc Intention of the Brothers
to dress the boarders in uniform,
for attending church and on publio
occasions. The material lins been
ordered from Europe, and is ex
pected shoitly to arrive. Being
purchased wholesale in a cheap mar
ket, nnd at lowest prices, the- cost to
individual pupils will be small.
Every boarder must be provided
with n uniform. Day scholars are
not affected by this new departure.
THE NAWNAL"L0AN BILL.
The following is the Loan Bill as
passed by the Legislative Assembly
An Act to authorizo n "national
loan" and todefinu the uses to which
the money borrowed shall be ap
Be it enacted by the King and the
Legislative Assembly of the Ha
waiian Islands in the Legislature of
the Kingdom assembled:
Section 1. ThcMinistcrof Finance,
with the approval of the King in
Cabinet Council, is hereby author
ized to issue coupon bonds of the
Hawaiian Government of a denomin
ation -not less than one hundred
dollars and in the aggregate not
exceeding two millions of dollars in
the manner and for the purpose in
this Act stated.
Section 2. Said bonds shall be
exempt from any taxes whatsoever,
and shall bear interest, payable
semi-annually, at the rate of not
more than C per centum per annum,
and shall be redeemable not less
than five nor more than twenty
years after tins date of their issue,
the principal and interest to be paid
in gold coin of the United States or
Section 3. Said bonds shall be
signed by the Minister of Finance
and by the Registrar of Public Ac
counts, and be sealed by the seal of
the Depaitmcnt of the Minister of
Finance, and shall not be issued at
less than their nominal par value in
gold coin of the United States of the
present standard, except that the
Minister of Finance, with the ap
proval of the King in Cabinet Coun
cil, may allow a commission not ex
ceeding 5 per centum to any person
or syndicate which may negotiate
said bonds; provided, however, that
such commission shall not be allowed
for any bonds bold in this Kingdom
or to residents of this Kingdom.
Section 4. The sums borrowed
under this Act shall be placed in the
Treasury to the credit of "The Loan
Fund," and shall be paid out for
the following purposes and no other :
I. To recall and cancel all
bonds bearing 7 and 9 per
cent inteiest issued under
any Act of the Legislatui e
prior to the date of this
loan, and to pay Interest in
tlio same suuu,uuu
Encouragement of immi
Honolulu Water Works... 75,000
Sewerage of Honolulu 100,000
Implement of thehaibor
of Honolulu and for new
Iitipiovcmcnt of stieets of
Honolulu anu roauways ol
the Kingdom 230,000
VH. Inter-island cable commu
VIII. Bt'ulges and landings... 75,000
IX. Highways across the
island of Oaliu (I'ali road) 75,000
X. Repayment of special loan 150,000
XI. Purchase of steam tug
XII. Expenses of floating
loan, etc 80,000
Section o. The Minister of Finance
is hereby authorized to pay out of
the moneys so borrowed under this
Act such commissions as may be
allowed as commissions under sec
tion 3 thereof, and such expenses
as may be incurred for preparing
said bonds and coupons.
Section G. The Minister of Finance
shall make such proper an nngements
as will enable the holders of said
bonds to receive the interests due
on the same either in Honolulu fcr
in the city of San Francisco, or in
such financial center as he may
Section 7. This Act shall be in
force from and after its .approval.
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 1st.
Jim Edwards and John Thomas,
$G each for drunkenness.
Ivaaiiaana, 7 days hard labor to
reflect upon the larceny of a hunch
of bananas from Ah Kau.
The coffee tree in a young state is
well worth growing for the sake of
its bright green, glossy leaves, frag
rant jessamine-like white blossoms,
and berries changing from green to
red. It is said that Mcgalledin, "
learned Mufti of Aden, became ac
quainted with it during one of his
African journeys. He took hack
some berries with him to Yenian
and recommended the beverage to
all his friends as an excellent method
of keeping awake at prayers. Its
use gradually spicad to thu Nile,
Syria, Asia Minor and Tin key.
Coffeo was first sold in Constanti
nople in 165-1. It was introduced
into Kuiopo by the Dutch in 1010.
Three performing seals are to he
seen at the Westminister Aquarium
in London. They perform on such
musical instruments as the banjo,
guitar, drum and cymbals; they
smoke; und, in thu comic pait of
their performance, a blind member
of the trio plays the part of the
needy knife-grinder, while another,
left to rock the cradle, over turns
its baby charge into the tank. They
dive from heights, carrying sticks
out of the water us retiever dogs do,
and cntclt fislii nnd lake thorn tin
hurt to their master; nnd one of
(hem 1ms been taught to save life.
A man is launched on a i aft into
the tank, and, when thu raft cap
sizes, the seal seizes him by the
collar of his coal, and swimming on
its back, so as, with the lower por
tion of its body, to keep the rnan's
head above the water, tows him to
shore, so establishing his worthiness
to be a member of the life-saving
DURING mv nbenee fiom the King,
dom Jilt C. 1 1 1' STACK holds my
power of nttntnev hi net for me, and
Jilt W. 11. UUDl'lY is nuihorbcd tn re.
ceive moneys and sign ncclpls for me.
Snap Works, Lcleo, Honolulu, Aug.
23, 1680. 17 tf
f "AOME" niCYC'hi: In perfect older.
JL Apply to (1 Mw) .1. L. ai LEAN
Clms. Brewer & Co.'s Bus
Line of Packets.
Shippers will plvno take nn.
lieu that a llisl.cla8 vesfel
will lie in thu berth loading
for this pott In November, to
sal) December 1st. Oulcrs should leave
here by steamer of October 1M, to have
careful attention. .
Another llist-elnss vessel will sail for
this port on or about the 1st dav of
March. 1887, of which further notice
will be given.
For particulars npnlv to
C. HHEWi:n"& CO., Agents.
Honolulu, Aim 2l,lS)-n. m
Having fecuiul ihu Survho9 of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wo are prepared to execute all
House or Sig"xi
JE ain til j g.
HONOLULU PLANING .MILLS.
Election ol Ollicers.
AT the annual mrclinc; of the Iful.iua
Sugar Coinp.uiy, held Auguti 23,
1830, tlio following olllcuis were'ilected
for the ensuing Near:
John II. Puty . . ." President
Peter C. J one Treasurer
Joseph O. Carter Si ci clary
George .1. Ros Auditor
Diiectors Thos. It. Foster and .las. A.
Hopper. .1. O. OAUTEH,
Sccictnry Ilulawa Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Au. ii.t. lCTti. jl'J lm
A SAVINGS RANK PASS HOOK, be.
longing lo John Dickson. All
p lyinonts oil same have been stopped.
Kinder will )leac i el urn to
18 3t HISHOP&CO.
NOTICE is hereby nhcn that Mr.
JAR POO SIN havlni,' ooM out all
Ills interest in thu Kune; Wo it Co. Car
penter Shop, NmuiTiii Street, to Air. Ho
Su Kee, is no longer responsible for the
Company dehu. 18 2w
Cheap, in any Quantity.
09 HUSTAOE& HOKKUTSON. Pm
The Inter-island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hnii'l for sale
Steam Family and Blacksmith Coal
and a general nssoiliucnt of
no Bar Iron. ly
Store for Kent, anil
tnres for Stile.
HH AT desiiahlo Stoic now occupied
by the LADIES' I3AZAAK. Sti Fort
street, and all the Fixture', Glass Cases,
&c, for sale. Fnr further particulars,
enquire on the Piemltes.
ESIUING to flo'.u out our Ship
Chandlery and Commlrslon ISusi-
less, we shall sell al K1UJUUKI)
1'IUCES anil will clo-cu out our entire
Stock, good-will and lease of prcnei'-ce,
at a fair valunlion, lo a re linuhilile
party. A. W. IMIIHCE & CO.
AH CHUNG has purchased the
hiifciucss of the linn of Sniiir In
Tal Company. TiiiMiilihs, Maunakca
Street, from Chok Wo, Accounts duo
by und owing to tlio firm will bo ettled
by VTA1I CHUNG
Honolulu, August 28, 1KMI. 17 jiw
MONEY TO "LOAN."'
i"iN first mnrlrnge City properly fire.
W lerreii. Apply io
& AS II FO HI),
MIhh Berry's School
Wild, reopen on
Will ho open eveiy iiltcimion and even.
ing as follows:
Jlointay, TuvHilny, IVoiliiemlny nml
Mill unlay J'.vi-iiIiibh,
To Iho puMIo in gcneial.
For ladles and gentlemen.
Hut ii ril y .trteriiooiiH,
For huliw, geiilleiuiu and children.
Les3(ius in l'aney Skating.
Kilday and eiitindiiy 15eiilngs.
WILLIAM WALL, Mauuger,
Northern Assuvaucc Co.
Accumulated Funds 3,000,000 Stcr
Jimj. rpilE Agent of thl Company in Hono.
X lulu ha iccelved Instructions to
riduce the rntes of LIKE INSURANCE
in this eouutiy to n minimum rate,
without any extin premium for rcsi
(luncc.in the lluwallnn Islands.
Among iho principal advantages nt.
tnchlng to a Mfc Policy In the " North,
cm," attention is c-piclnlly drawn to
Surieuilcr values of 1npcd policies
arc hi Id at the disposition of the as
sured for si J ears.
Immediate paj inenl of claims without
deduction of discount
Abolition of icilriclions on foreign
Irivel and leiidcnce.
17(!t TMEO. II. DAVIES. Agent.
In confotinlty with a resolution of
the Shaieholders of the Walmea Sugar
Mill Company, adopted al n meeting
held on August HI, IfcSG, authorizing the
President and decretory of said Corpor
ation to dl'-posc of its pioporty, etc., the
property of tlio said
Waiiitt Siipr Mill Co,,
AT WAIMKA, KAUAI,
ulll be sold lo the highest bidder, at
Public Auction, nt the Salesroom of E.
P. Adams & Co., on
Monday, 6th day of Septem
ber, A.I). 1886,
at the hour of 12 o'clock m., to wit: the
Entiio SUGAK WO UKS, known as the
Waimea Sugar Mill,
Krected.on fee simple land nt Waiinea,
Kauai, with all its contents and inaeb'n.
cry and modem improvements, manu
factured by tliii Honolulu Iron Works
Company in 18S-I.
Leases of land-, adjoining the mill site.
Houses for manager, sugar beller, en
gineer nml laborers.
iihcUsinlth and carpenter shop.
Fauces. ' ,
220 working 0.en, moro or less.
! Horse-. .
30 ox-carts, yokes and chains.
Drake, harnesses, windmill, black.
smii'i and empenler tools, including 1
large Putnam Lathe, complete and
Olllcc and household furniture.
Hail road track, etc., etc.
1 second-hand Engine, 10 2 1, in order,
made by the Honolulu Iron Works
AlbO, all coal, lumber and sugar bags
whatever on hand on day of tale.
JST" For information as to terms of
sale and other particulars as to
Existing Ilimiiii; Contracts,
Well-boring and other minor contracts
advantageous lo the Mill, persons desir
ing to become purchasers may apply to
Ill. OI'FEUGELT. President.
ED. I10FFSC1ILAEGJ3H ds Co., Ag'ts,
ADAMS & CO.,
House and Lot oirthc Pnuoa
W Valley Houd, near the now
Punchbowl btioet UrlilKC.
House coniniiir, ! room, Bathroom,
Kitchen and I'antiy. Outhouse consist,
lug of Blahle. Carriage House and Har.
nos room, Tho grounds urc planted
Willi cholen lices. I'o lie gold cheap for
cash. Apply to
1 ' ' .1 M. JJOXSAKRAT,
10 tf Ku. 27 MeicuauV Street,
Banjo and Guitar,
ID. J. A.pilelyf
A Thorough Teacher.
tST For terms, apply to
00 1 m WK3T, DUW & CO.
TPIIE undersigned is prepared to fur
X nlsh specimens of all tho
Ferns of tho Hawaiian Islands
at reasonable rates.
Complete Collection! embrac
ing Ml) varieties representing 20 families
prepared to order only. These collections
display entire fronds of each fern with
roots and ether Important parts of each
plant. Collections embracing from V0
to 60 varieties elegantly mounted and
decorated with tnoss'f-!', lichens and sea.
weeds peculiar to the islands always on
hand at Messrs. King llros.' Art Ulorc,
Fort Street. Honolulu.
Packages of (lie spores of all varieties
of ferns found in the group for sale.
These packages are guaranteed to contain
fresli spores and are securely put up and
fccurately named. Price per packet 10
Pamphlet containing particulars in
reference to living plants, with a cata
logue of the ferns mailed to iiuy address
within the Postal Union upon leceipt of
6 cent stamp. Address,
P. L. CLAHKE,
87 Honolulu, Ouliu, 11. 1.
Crystal Soda Works
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, SarFaparills,
Fruit Syrups and -Essences und
made from the pute 'Apple, nil of whieh
we guarantee to hi: the 1 eu.
JOr" Wc hIso invite pnrtte intending
tuning stores lor the ude of iced
drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
tofcull on u before going elsewhere.
Tie Crystal Sola Worts,
P. O. Box !'.07, Hon loin.
Mer-IsM S. I Co.,
Tlie Best DRonte
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and ttannch
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
FIUDAY, September 3rd.
Tlio steamer pas along the cntlro
coast of Hie leeward Bide of HiiwhII, af.
fording tourists a panorama of charm,
ing scenery, and will stop at Kenlakc.
kua Bay, where bufllcient lime is allow,
id to visit the Monument of Captain
Tourists by this route reach Punaluu
at fi o'clock on the duy after leauug
Honolulu, being only one night on ihu
vessel, making the entire parage in
smooth water. At Punuluu there is thd
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from Ihero'lotirists v III lie conveyed
hy railroad to Pahula, thence by btugo
coach to Half. way Hoiifc, where horses
and guides will he in attendance to con.
vey them to the Vnh'nuo.
Tourists will have two night and on
whole day at the Volcano Mouse.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which,
includes all expenses..
Apply to IIA1UIY A1MITAGE,
Agent, at WUlluniB' Photograph Gullerv,
Fort htnel, or at thu oiflcr of ihe 1. 1 S.
N. Co., Esplanade. ;n0 0m
Burnt Out, but Not Dead !
Ryan's Buui-liiiiluiin stop
Is now Miljuinlng ihe rear or
tlaw'ntJiiiriiigi'.Miuir'irCo, a Wi
B. O. Hull .V Mm. 1(5
Inter-Iblaiui i K . Ci-, Q 10
Hell Telephone, (3 311
C Brewer & (', joj
Wunilhiwn Daily, ()
VYailuku Sugui Co., in
Reciprocity Sugar Co., frO
Ice Company, (3 87
L. A THURSTON, Stock Brokei.
3S Merchant Street. l.M ly
ALL pcrfeons who want to communi.
cute with Ihu Poitucuesc, either
tor business, or for proem lug workmen,
bervautH or any other helps, will find It
the mom profitable way to ndvertUelu
the Luso Jfaxvaii'aNO, ho new organ of
the Portuguese colony, which is pub.
lished on Meichaul xtnet, Gaictte Build,
inp, (PomOiIIui Letter Bon K ), and
only clm-go ictuu.uuble rule lot advertisements,
fcV , &
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