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FRIDAY, SUFI1. 3. 1880.
Schr Mol Wahlno from Koholnlclo
Stmr V G Hall for Maul and Hawaii at
10 A. M.
Schr Emma for Kauai '
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Sarah & Eliza for Koolau
13k Don Nlcola. iisg
Bktne JIuliiy, Moiehouso
1'icil P Eltchlleld, Itnrtlclt
Haw brig Alllc Howe, .1 Phillips,
Am bytuo i laiis Sprcokols, 11 1 Drew,
Am bark California, Dais
Xle bk Rlmljlo, Howard, fiom
parture Jiay, u r, uuu .nuiu i!-yu.
Ger baik Pacific. Oltmnn, from llro
mcii, due Sept SO-ISO.
Am bk Edwnid May, Johnson, from
Boston, due August iib-Ml.
Am bark Nicolas Thayer, Crosby,
f i oni -Newcastle, XS W, due August
Ambaik Elslnoic, G W Jfiiks, fiom
Newcastle, N S W, due August 20-30.
Am bark Paclllc Slope, Dailies, from
Newcastle, N S V, due September
Bilt bark V II Wutson, from Liver
pool, called June Oth, due heie October
Bill ship Amami, sailed fiom London,
Apill Oth, and fiom Madeira April 2 tlh,
due here August 2-1-Ul.
Urlt bark lioncrajj, sailed from Liver
pool, June fith, duelioie October ailrd
Brit bk Isle of Erin, sailed fiom
Glasgow, Apiil 10th, due September 3
13. Am bktnc Planter, W It Perrinian,
from Poit Towuseud, W T, due Sept
Am ship Mchose. Kalb, from Port
Towuseud, W T, due Sept 1-15.
Am bjjtnc Salina, Blake, from San
Francisco, due Aug 20-25
Am schr Anna, Williams, from San
Francisco, for Kahului, duo Aug 28-30.
Am bktnc Amelia, W Newhall, from
Eureka, Cal, due Aug 25-28.
Am tern J OForu, fiom Sail Fran
cisco, due Aug 28-30.
For the Volcano, Lahaina, Kona and
Kan, pex W G Hall, September 3 For
the Voteauo : E 10. Bishop, Mr Stubble
beau und Hairy Armitage. For other
poits: Hon Chiel Jusiice Judd, 11
Jleyers, Mrs J Dow sett, Jr, Mr and Mrs
W F Johnson, Paul Neumann, A "Whit
ing, Aulone Rosa, J Pinta, Mrs Martin
and child, Mr McGccney, B B -May, Mr
Kalmakaolu and hou, Oillcer Feiilber,
Mr Meiuecke, Mr Glendon, Mr P Lee
and child, Mis J M Lee and 2 chlldieu,
Capt Wilfoug, Mr A Peteison, 2 Chi
nese and 100 deck.
The steamer Jas Mukee is duo here
to-morrow fiom Kauai.
The bark California has put out about
450,000 feet of lumber in seven days.
She will lluish discharging about Wed
nesday next, and will probably be
chartered lor San Francisco.
LUGAL UfcNEIlAL NEWS
Skating this evening.
CuKVEU with ii ci
The last game ol the seaborn
tliat ivei exalted.
The lost nug dog, after seeing the
"Ad" in yobteiduy's Bulletin, went
A si'Kcial meeting of the Board of
Directors of the Hawaiian Hotel took
plnoo this afternoon.
Owing to tiie absence of the Bishop
.there will bo no service at St. An
drew's Cathedral tins evening.
The Puukaa sugar Co.'a Invest
nient Bonds, advertised tho iast two
days in this paper, have all been dis-
One of the natives employed in
painting "fcjpreckelt.' Block" broke
one ol tho upper windows ol this
bank, this moining.
The Aula dancing school, back of
the Chincbc Theatie, wua treated to
ice-cream, by Mr. Horn's German
assistant, last evening.
Mil, Cooke's rain gauge up the
valley, near tho hall-way House, indi
cated 2.70 inches of rain, fiom 0
o'clock hist night to 0 this morning.
Mn. Bishop, clcxk at C. Biower fc
Co.'a, being in poor health, procured
leao ol absence, and departed lor
the Volcano by the
steamer W. U.
Hall this morning.
Mebsks. E. P. Adams & Co. will
hold their lcgulur cash tulo to-nioi-'
low morning at 10 o'clock, bilk
bhawls, eilk coats, and bilk Inns uru
among the ai tides to be bold.
Mn. G. E. Covillo, lately book
keeper for ltuburt Jloro & Co., has
taken a position in Me&bb. Cubtle &
Cooke's, and has been succeeded in
More JiUoB by Mr. lred Out.
Tjieue teems to bo war between
two leading hoiibes of Hub city in
selling kerosene. Each hriu bells the
oil at -ti a tin, but they iuo trying to
outdo each ohor in giving pichcnts
to tho puichubeia.
By special icqucbt, wo reproduce
our yesteiduy'b leport of Princess
Liliuokalani'b birthday celebration,
with amendments and additions, giv
ing a complete outline of piuceedings
fiom mot mug to night.
The cook on bo.nd the baik Cali
fornia fell tluough tho tore-hutch ol
that veabd hibt night, lie btruek on
hib back between decks, icceivitig
painful InuibCb and u nasty bhock.
Dr. MoKibbin diCbbed tho wounds of
the injured man thib moining. and
it is piobablo ho will be about
again in a. few days,
A tsuukoKs miiiRB rioilvtd it
8 o'olock this morning from Mr.
J. A. Cummins' plantation, Wnhpa
ninnnlo, stated they had lcceivcd
SJGO.O'JO worth of rain within the last
eight hours, nnd Hint tho rnin was
Messrs. Castle fe Cooko, agents for
the New England Mutunl Iiisuranco
Co., Boston, Muss., left at this olllcc
yesterday a calendar for 1880, con
taining a steel engiaving lcprcsent
ing a pretty girl spinning ihix tit an
old fashioned wheel, in a New Eng
A gentleman, living on Nuuanu
Avenue, says he woke up at about 2
o'clock this morning, and lieind u
noito like rain coming down in
torrents. He went to tho window
and on looking out saw tho heavens
biilliant with stais. Not a drop of
rain was falling there, and the tumb
ling bound was increasing. Later on
it was asceitnined that tho Nuuiiiiu
stream was swollen considerably,
fiom rain in tho hills, and it was
miking that rumbling tunic.
Fueph home-made Hawaiian
Chocolate, Slruwbeii'y, Vanilla and
other Flu .wed Caramels always on
hand, guaranteed to be far superior
to any imported, and sold cheaper
at the above establishment than any
where else. Both 'i'cloohone 7-1.
22 if "
What everybody needs at the pie-
sent hot spell in fcomelhii'g cool and
refreshing. There is nothing like
the superior liundin.'de Ice Cieams,
Sheibets and Fruit lees served at tho
Elite Ice Cieani Pallors, 85 Hotel
street. Keep our fancy cakes and
candies in mind. Tliey can't bo beat.
The largest stock and greatest
vaiicty of home manufactuicd,
stiictly pine Candies, can only be
foundat the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factoiy, B.ike.y, and Ice Cieani
Booms, No. 71, Hotel street, between
Foit and Nuuanu streets. F. HOKN,
Propi'ietor, Piactical Confectioner
and Pastry Cook and Ormimenter.
Fhesh, steam-frozen, pure and
richest ice-cream every day. No
cream frozen over the second, thiul,
or even fourth day. Sold at the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factor, Bakery
and Ice Cieum Booms. F. HORN,
Propiietor, Hotel, between Fort and
Nuuanu streets. Both telephones,
No. 74. 22 tf
The finest, most delicious and
richest steam made Ice Cream, for its
purity and genuineness, 1 heiewith
publicly guarantee can only be found
in Honolulu, at the Pioneer Steam
Confectionery, Bakery and Comfoit-
able Cool Ice Cream Boom, Hotel,
between Nuuanu, and Fort streets.
Mutual and Bell Telephone No. 74.
Fkesh, Steam-fiozen, Pure, and
Kichcst Ice Cream, every day. No
Cream frozen over the bccond, third,
or even the fourth day. Sold at the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory,
Bakery, and lee Cream Booms. F.
HORN, Proprietor, Hotel, between
Fort and Nuuanu streets. Both
telephones, No. 74. 18
KAPIOLANI BATH HOUSE I
If cleanliness is next to godliness,
go to the above named resort, near
the Ma line Kail way, where you can
get the best appetizer in the world
fresh air and salt water bathing and
boating. Befreshments and cold
drinks upstairs. "10
Dn. Flint's Heaut Kemedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Tcnson Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
Picture Frames and Cornices
made to order, old Frames lepaired,
regilded, etc. King Bros'. Art Store.
Home-made Chocolate and Fancy
Creams, acknowledged to bo fur
superior to any imported, on account
of their softness, freshness and flavor,
always on hand at F. HOKN'S
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory,
Bakery, and Ice Cream Booms ; Hotel
street, between Fort und Nuuanu.
The undersigned lespectfully in
forms Heads of families, Kcstaurauts
and Private parties that ho Bells his
now univci sally acknowledged su
perior Ice Cream, for which tho de
mand has doubled in tho short space
of timo of 1 month, cheaper than
what adulterated compounds of bo
culled Ice Cream is sold for.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry cook
and Ornamenter.' El
Patronize Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystul Soda
Works, whore ho is prepared to fill all
ordeis ut' tho lowest possible whole
bale prices. Ibluud oiders bolicited
and promptly tilled, Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fuct "no license is required" to
bell thebo cigars. Do not forget the
name J. V, Hingley, nor tho place
Crybtul Soda Woiks, Hotel btrcet.
A dealer advertises "Lightning
Fruit-jais." They may bo a new
brand, but for lightening fruit-jars
there is nothing more successful
thin) u small boy and solitude.
Fashion has deeieed that a soli
tare pearl set in a dull; blue enamel
is the proper thing for an engage
Mis. Grundy, of the New York
Mull mid J'Jjuptrbs, says thut it is a
new fashion for people who are
bound for Kuropo to send out cards
for their friends to meet Ihem on
the dock of the oceau steamer,
H. n, H. PRINDEBS LILIUOKAIANI'8
Her Koynl Highness Princess
Liliuok.tlnni celebrated the 18(li anni
versary of her binh yestcidny. The
uelcbrtition actually began the pre
vious evening, by serenading parties
calling at the lii.eci3' l'alama
residence, and singing congratula
tory and complimentary composi
tions. The Nihoa Society also called
upon Her Koyal Highness with a
congratulatory addiess nnd a hand
soino present, composing a wine set
of cut glass, two large while kahilis
made of Kaula feathers, and a large
Early 3'csterday moining the
police force, about 50 sliong, march
ed to the Princess' Palania lesi
dence, headed by tho Ma-.-s'ial atul
Deputy Marshal, and led by the
Kcformatory School Diuui. The Mar
shal, on behalf of the Pol'ce, ad
dressed Her Royal Highness in the
Your Royal Highness : I am glad
of the opportunity afforded me to
appear before Yotir Royal Highness
in accordance with my piocclive
olllce, to exptessniy congratulations
on this the anniversary of your 48th
birthday. lam inspiicd, ns arc all
my force, with the knowledge and
hope that Your Royal H'gliness has
reached this birthday in good health.
We aie thankful that Your Royal
Highness, the Heir Appaient to the
Tin one, working with your Royal
Brother our beloved King, have
been doing all thiiigs possible to
promote the welfare of our beloved
country. We hope that Your Royal
Highness may bo blessed with all
the prospeiiticsof pi ogressive years.
Tho desiie of the heart's of every
one of us is that Your Royal High
ness and Your beloved husband,
His Excellency John O. Dominis,
Commando -in-Chief of the Auny
and Governor of Oahu and Mini,
may be long continued in your high
positions for the prosperity and ad
vancement of the Kingdom. We
also give your Royal Highness our
thanks for the good endeavors and
works of charity in establishing
societies for the benefit of our
nation. Your Royal Highness knows,
as my force do, that 1 am speaking
on behalf of my olllce and of the
Police force of the Kingdom ; but I
am also speaking on behalf of the
whole nation, who join with us in
expressing und speaking these words
of joy and Aloha for Your Royal
Highness. We pray to the Almighty
God that your good health may be
continued in prosperity and peace.
We will have the pleasuie now and
then i'f coming to lay before Your
Royal Highness our greclings and
alohas, which arise from the very
bottoms of our hearts on every
occasion like this. We all unite in
one voice in presenting Your Royal
Highness with this motto :
In conclusion, we wish long life
to Your Royal Highness in the keep
ing of the Holy T inily.
The Princess expressed gratifica
tion with the sentiments uttered by
the "guardians of the peace," and
confidence in their royally unci devo
tion to duty.
Individual members of the force
tendered a supplementary offering
in the form of a purse of $80, as
they were not provided with such
gifts as their heaits prompted them
At 10 o'clock .ladies and gentle
men began to pay their tespects, and
from that hour forward there was
one almost unbroken stream of
callers throughout the day.
The first gentleman, presented by
Major A. Rosa, was Mr. L. Mont
gomery Mather, who read very im
pressively and then handed to Her
Royal Highness the following poetic
To Hek Roval Highness Pui.noess
Lilluokulunl, much loved Princess,
In sweet rcuicmhiance of thy natal day,
Let all thy many fi lends their love ex-
In modesty, their thoughts to thee con
vey. Under this clear blue sky whciethoit
On this fair laud, thy name is heard
w Kh joy,
Kindiic-iR and love awake with thee each
A nation knows thy heart without alloy.
Long life to thee, kind Pilucess good
A pei feet pence and perfect health be
Nuniheilug with coming years, as they
Inci easing friends whose hcails shall
The Princess expressed apprecia
tion of the sentiments uttered, assur
the author their remembrance would
be long retained.
This address was composed by
tho gentleman who presented it, Mr.
Mather; is beautifully engrossed on
white satin, and ornamented very
prettily. Mrs. Strong did tho orna
mentation and Mrs, Julius Smith the
After a short interval the First
Division of the Liliuokalani
Educational Society filed into
the room, and presented their
President of the Princess with a
neat little box containing a set of
silver spoons and forks. Miss L.
Urickwood, on behalf of tho Society,
preceded the gift by tho following
We, the undersigned membeiH of
tho first division of the Llliiiokuluui
Educational Society, beg to tender
through our committee our heartiest
congratulations on this your High
ness'b birthday, and our best wishes
for your future welfaru and prospe
rity. We also beg your kind accept-
nnod of th noeoropanylnc Rift ai t
token of our sincere regaid.
Her Royal Highness feelingly ie
plied, and utteicd woids of en
couragement to the Society to keep
tho object of the Association con
stantly in view.
Their Majesties anived at the
residenco of tho Piincess at a few
minutes of noon and were received
wLh proper honors by tho guaid on
duty, the guests present rising on
the entrance of the royal pair.
Princess Liliuokalani, by request of
His Majesty, presented herself be
foro hi)u, who addressed Her Uoyal
Highness in the following words.
Your Royal Highness This aus
picious occasion gives me unfeigned
pleasure in affording me the oppor
tunity of bestowing Our Royal favor
upon you, and in conferring an
honor worthy of the recipient. This
honor is conferred in recognition of
your high merit, and as an expres
sion of ouv high appieciation of
your constant devotion in tho cause
of Immunity and in promoting the
gcneial welfare of our people. I
am most happy to avail myself of
the i pportuuily of doing you honor
on the anniversary of your forly
eiglith biithd.13'. 1 recognizejn yoiir
life a career most houorable and full
of usefulness to our beloved people.
The event fills me with glad emotion,
nnd the mote so when I consider
that this mark of distinction is con
ferred upon you as a woman and a
member of my Royal Household.
In congratulating Your Royal High
ness, Her Majesty the Queen joins
mo in fervent prayers to the Al
mighty that your valued life may be
prolonged, and that your example
will continue to inspire noble ideas
w orthy of honorable works, and that
your memory will .be preserved in
ininioi lal ) einembrance till time shall
be no more.
His Majesty then proceeded to in
vestller Royal Highness with the
cordon and decouilion of the
Royal Order of Kapiolani, the
insignia of which Older was also
displayed by His Mpjesty. Her
Majesty assisted in the placing of
the decorations, which were banded
to the royal donors by Col. laukea,
His Majesty's Chanibeilain. This
was a very solemn and affecting
ceremony, which made an impression
on the spectalors that will not be
Another short interval, and then
followed representatives of the second
division of I he Liliuokalani Education
al Soc'cy, who through their spikes
lay, Mrs. Charles W. Clark, pre
sented the Piincess with an addiess
conveying in its W"ioiug feelings of
aloha and regard, which found vent
in substantial and tangible evidence
in the shape of an elegant silver
wrier set, suitably enscribed, and
consisting of pitcher, cups and bowl.
The pleased aud sin prised recipient
exp.essed her approbation of the
present in fitting words, delivered in
the usual quiet and easy manner
which is a distinguishing character
istic of Her Highness.
Next came the Kuoiioono Society
with an address in Hawaiian by
Mrs. J. Kaae,accompained by a mag
nificent tea and coffee set, with the
name of the recipient neatly en
The Ptince's Own volun
teer military company piesented a
set of solid silver spoons and a fish
In addition to the gifts of the so
cieties already mentioned were a
great variety of pretty and costly
presents from individuals, prominent
among which are the following: An
elegant embroidered sofa cushion,
the work of Prircess Like
like, presented by the Princess;
a diamond ring, by His Excellency
Governor Dominis; a carriage robe,
by Miss Helen ''leghi.rn; a large
silver soup ladle, by His Excellency
W. M. Gibson; a set of silver coffee
spoon?, by Mis. F. II. llayselden;
a Japanese embioideied screen, by
His Majesty's Chambo lain, Col. C.
P. laukea; a silver card cabe, by
Hon. F. II. llaybolden ; a set of cut
glass preserve dishes, by Miss Liliu
Carter; a silver salad fork and
spoon, by Hon. and Mrs. Samuel
Parker ; sugar tongs, by Miss Edith
Turton ; a silver bouquet holder, by
Miss L. Hart; a picture illustrating
Hawaiian life, by Mrs. J. I). Strong;
an elegant fan, by Mr. J. S. Webb ;
a vase wilhiloweis, by Mrs. J. Paty;
a pin cushion, by Miss Benson ; a
vase, by Miss A. Smith ; a beauti
ful china cup, and saucer, by Mrs.
jJr. McGrew; a laige and beauti
fully ornamented cake, by Mr. II.
Hart; a prettily painted fan, by
Miss F. Liliu Godfrey: a placque,
by Miss 13. Ladd; two beautiful
fans, made of corn-husk aud squash
vine, by Mrs. Meek and Mis. Aehi;
two beautiful table scarfs, by an un
known donor; and many other
pretty and valuable gifts,
Among the people who called to
tender their congratulations to Her
Rdyul Highness were the members
ol the royal family, His Majesty's
Ministers, lending (Government olll
cials, officers of the various military
companies, nnd n large body of re
Tho Pi luce's Own volunteer mili
tary company held a diill in a vacant
lot adjoining tho Princess's resi
dence, during tho day, and went
tluough a variety of evolutions to
the delight of spectators.
The members of the Legislature
were presented to the Princess in a
body at half-past 1,
The hmu began shortly after 2
o'clock. Pieparalions hail been
made on a large scale at the rear of
the rebfdencc, A large awuiug hail
ben reotetl, oopubla of ftocoramo
dating five or six hundred people. I
riiics nnu every description 01
greeneiy were profuse in every
direction. The tables, laid out in
true Hawaiian style, were laden
with every description of luxury,
Hawaiian and foieign, solid and
fluid. The entire space under the
awning was fully taken up by the
Feasting was followed by the
usual after-dinner speeches. Royal,
patriotic, and friendly toasts were
warmly proposed und as warmly
responded to. Those of the King
and Queen, the Royal family, und
the Royal hostess, Princess Liliuo
kalani, excited special enthusiasm
in the entire company.
Thcluau ended, the guests strolled
around the grounds, bat under the
verandahs, chatiod pleasantly to
gether, und enjoyed themselves in
As evening approached visitors
began to depart, but many re
mained until long after dark, in
dulged iu agreeable conversation,
sang songs, and were happy. Shortly
after dark tho Industrial School
Band marched into tho grounds and
played a number of appropriate
'lhc indefatigable Ueigor and the
Royal Hawaiian Baud serenaded
Her Royal Highness at 8 o'clock in
the morning, and were piesent
throughout the day, furnishing en
livening music, instrumental and
vocal, and adding veiy much to the
enjoyment of the occasion.
Thu entile celebration, fiom morn
ing to- night, was one continuous
series of successes. Everything
wcih as smoothly and as agieeably
as could be desired. The occasion
will doubtless be long leinenibered
by the participants with feelings of
A scribe while meandeiing along
Hotel street this morning in quest of
news items, was attracted by the be
nignant c'untenance of Mn Horn,
who, on being asked, how's Hi?
mounted a chair and began: "Mr.
Sci ibe, I am no quack, no ignorant
and boastful pretender. I never
brag at what 1 can do, so look for
yourself. In this store there is about
2,000 pounds of candy, of various
kinds, and look at those cakes ; can
they be excelled?" By this time
Horn was shuit , f wind, and a lady
assistant went out tuget the bellows.
As the set ibe was about to go, think
ing the circus was over, the gentle
started again: "I sond wedding
cakes to the other Islands ncaily
eveiy week, but wh they are for, I
will not say. My rcc-cicam parlor
is becoming too small for the con
tinually increasing patronage, and I
am going to put up a Lanai in the
side garden. What do you say to
thnt'r" Before the scribe could an
swer all hands rushed to the
street, to see a dog light.
Now Photograph liooms.
OVKH Nichol's flow, Fort strict,
lieu the Shooting Galleiy, Pie
lures, Poitrailb and Vle. Kiibt-cluss
woik. Satisfaction guaranteed.
.1. A OON SALVES.
Will open on MONDAY next. V!0 ly
NOTIOK is hereby given that Mr.
JAB FOO SIN having mH out all
his interest iu the Kong Vo it Co. Car
pentcr Shop, Nmianti Street, to Mr. Ho
Su Kee, U no longer responsible for the
Company debt?. IS 2w
Store for Uont, unci Fix
tures for Stile.
rpiIAT desirable Smic 1 nv occupied
X by 1 he LAD1IV ItAZAAR, H8 Fort
street, und all the Fixture , Glut," Cages',
ice, for s'lle. For further particulars,
enquire on thojPremiM-s 410
Cheap, in any Quantity.
O'J HUSTACK& BOB B ItTSUN. pni
Election' ol Ollieers.
AT the minimi uiceiln of ibe II nl iwn
Supir Company, liHd Aui;ii-1 S3,
ltS'ifi, the fi.llnwi i ullU'crn wuiudeuted
for the ensuin,; yem :
.John II. I'al I'lolilm!
I'uier (!. Joiic- , .. ,Tn inru-r
Joseph (). Ciller Sicieiary
Oeoigu .1. Ko-t- Auditor
Dinoiors Tho. B. Fuller and. las. A.
Hopper, .. (I. CAIflKH,
Seereiaiy Hnlnwu Simur Co
Ilono'iih), Atic. at. lfrBn. laim
Will 1)0 opi'l) l llj HllCllmlill ,11 (I (Veil
In.? ii- lnjlowi.
Monilny, 'i'lifwiLiy, U cilnehilny ami
fl 111 II I'll II) liwiitiiKH,
1'" 1 1 t lie In inuiil
For l.ulicn iinil m'lilleiniMi,
For ladies, gentlemen and children.
Lessuiio in Fancy Skating.
Friday and Srtuiduy Kienlngs.
WILLIAM WALL, Maimer
IN OTIC ID.
WAH UIIUiNU ha piiiolmsed the
business of thelliuiol hung Iu
Tai Company, Timmlilis, MiuiiiiMa
Street, tiiiiu Clink Wa. Accoiinu due
by and owing to the Hi in will bo -etlled
by Vt All CI I UNO
Honolulu, August lib, Ibfcti. 11 2n
101 lllCIli A
Accumulated Funds 3,000,000 Stcr-
a THE Agent of Hili Company In Hono
. lulu lias received Instructions to
itduce the lates of LIFE INSURANCE
In 1I1U country to a minimum rule,
without nny extra picinltim for real,
deuce Iu the Hawaiian Island!'.
Anions the principal advantages ol.
Inching to u Lite Policy in the " North,
cm," intention In especially drawn to
Stmemlcr values of lapsed policies
aia lu hi ut the disposition of the as
sured lor fcK 3 ears.
Immediate payment ol claims without
deduction of dUcuunt.
Abolition of restrictions on foreign
Ir.tvul and leslilcncc.
17 0t 1'HEO. II. DAVIES. Agent.
In conformity with a resolution of
the Shareholder of lhc Waiineu Sugar
Mill Company, adopted at n meeting
held on August IU, IfcSG, authorizing the
('resident and Seiietnry of said Coipo
ation to divine of Its pioperty, etc., the
properly of the Mild
Waimea Sugar Mill Co,
AT WAIMEA, KAUAI,
will bo sold to the highcsl bidder, at
Public Auction, ai 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
Entile bUUAIt WORKS, known as the
Waimea Sugar Mill,
Erected on fee himplc land at Waimea,
lviiu.u, with nil iu content and uiitonin.
ery and modern improvement, maim
tacluicd by the Honolulu Iron Winks
Company in lBi4.
Leases of lands adjoining the mill site.
Houses tor manager, sugar boiler, en
gineer and labureis.
blacksmith and carpenter shop.
2"20 uorkiug Oxen, more or less.
U0 ox-carts, yokes and chains.
llrake, hariienses, windmill, black,
smith and carpenter tooU, including 1
large I'liluam Lathe, complete nnd
OiUee und household furniture.
Railroad track, etc., etc.
1 seco.id-haiid Engine, 10t!l, in "rder,
made by the Honolulu Iron Works
Also, all coal, lumber and sugar hags
whatever on hand on day of sale.
E2TFor information as to terms of
sale and other particulars as 10
Exisiinc l9i:in(in Contract,
Well.boiing and other minor contrrcts
advantageous to the Mill, persons desir.
ing to become puicluhers may apply to
ED.HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co., Ag'ts,
E. 1. ADAMS & CO.,
107 td Auctioneers.
V?,V!L5 Hoiico and Lot oll'thePauou
&ii'nwfc& Vallev Road, near the new
feuSLSBPiilii'lil.nwl Slieet ilrldge.
Iiiuu coiiiiiuih ti 1 00111 , II itliroom,
Kitchen nml J'.mtiy. Hiilhoiin! consU'
lug of Sialile. ( an lage lloiisu nnd H.11.
nes rfoin. Tlie yioumW an1 'liuiteil
with choice Hues, to be Mild cheap foi
until. Apply to
J M. JIONSARRAT.
I 3D tf No. 27 Merchant ritreel.
ih,1 vlmk.uo n
Banjo and Guitar,
lfl. J. .Appleby,
A Thorough Teacher.
tSf For terms, apply to
400 lm WEST, DOW & CO.
r"PUE undersigned is p 'cparcd to fur
JL nish specimens of all the
Ferns of tho Hawaiian Islands
at reasonable rates.
Complete Collection cmbrne.
Ing Hi) varieties represemliig'JG families
prepared to order only. These collections
dlspluy entlie fronds of each fern with
roots and other Important parts of each
plant. Collections embracing from 'JO
to 60 varieties elcgantlv mounted and
decorated with mossrs, lichens and tea
weeds peculiar to the i-dands always on
hand at Messrs. King Bros.1 Art btore,
Fort Street. Honolulu.
Packages of I he spores of all varieties
of feins found in the grout) for sale.
Tlie-e packages are guaranteed to contain
fresh spores and are securely put up und
accurately mimed. Price per packet 10
Pamphlet cnutnltiing particulars in
reference to living plants, with a cnta.
logue of the fern mailed to any address
within the Postal Union upon iccelpt of
5 cent Htmnp. Addiess,
F L. CLARKE,
87 Honolulu. Onhii. II. I.
Crystal Sofia forte
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, Sarfaparlllt,
Fruit Sjrup nnd Esence and
made fi-m the pure Apple, all of which
we. guarantee In be the le-t.
BQrWiinlso Invite pnrtifi intending
ttarling itoiet Tor the Mile of ii ul
drinks and wishing lountain supplies,
to call 011 us before" going elsewhere.
Tie CrysM Soda Worts,
P. O. Hox -197, Hun di.lu.
ler-IsM S. I. Co.,
Tlie JBest; Route
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and btaundi
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY, September 14th.
The steamer passes alone: tho entile
coast of the leeward side of" Hawaii, af.
fording tourists a panorama of charm
ing scener,, and will stop at Kes-like-kita
Hay, where Midicient time is allow,
cd tit visit ihe Monument of Captain
Tourists by thib route te.ieli Punaluu
at fi o'clock on the day aller leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vcs-el, making ihe entire passage in
Mnoolli water. At Punahiu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will he. conveyed
by railroad to Pallida, thence by ttago
coach to Half. way House, wheie borers
nnd j,'iiide- will be iu attendance to con
vey them lo the Vobuno,
Tourists will have two nights nud one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Ticket for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HAHRY ARMITAGE,
Agent, ul Williams.' Photograph G illerv,
Fort tlri cl, or in the otlice of ihe I. I ij.
N. Co., Esplanade a'.OUm
Burnt Out, MMMl
Ryan's Biit-BiilHiiE Stop
Is now adjoining ibu rear of
tin it 0
llaw'nfairia-. MnnlVCo, ltt
r.. U. II .11 A jmhi, (5 -.r, ,ii)
Intui-lamt , N. C-, t,u in.", 00
I Jul I Telephone, Q5 311
V Hrewui it Co,, mi joo
Woo'lhiwu Duliy, !nj JOo
WalluUu Sugiu lU, 1(7 I0
Wftinuinalo, no 10U
Star Mill, i.,ri 600
RcclpiocitySllgtii Co., rO 10C
Ice Coni any, Qi 81 i00
L.A THURSTON, Stoek llrokei.
3B Merchant Struct. tftl ly
O LUSO HAWAIIANO.
ALL peuons whownnt to cnnimtiui.
I'ntu with the PoitueiicM', eiiher
I'.r bubbles, ,r fur procuring workmen,
natus nr any other htlpd, will tiiid it
the most proltiablt' wuy 10 advertl,, iu
the I.uso Hawuiiano, the new 01 gun of
tht Pin u 'lie.o u. Imi), which U pub.
Ih-hed 011 Merchant M.t 0 Gattite Hulld.
ing, (1'ott.Oil.ce Leiter Ria E.) nd
only charges reasonable raits foi udver.
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