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MONDAY, SEPT. 0. im.
Selir lhileakalu fium Pepockc, Illln,
Sulir Hob Hoy from iCooluu
September ." '
Km SS Moskwuiadny? from Yokohama
Stnir Wnhileale fioin ICutiut
Stnir .Iiinies Mnkeo from Kminl
Selir Ifnwalhiul lrom Konhut, Oaliu
Selir Cntci'iun from Wulmnnnlo
Stnir Klimii for tliu Volcano ami Wlnd-
Stnir Jlokolll for Moloknl
Stnir Lchiui for Windward J'orts
Selir Molwnhltic for ICoholalcle
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bgtno Ulnui Sprcckcli for San Francisco
Stnir Llkellke for Kaluiltil
Stmr Wohileiilo for Knual
Stnir G It Hlshnp for Ilainaktia nt 4 i m
Selir Wnilcle lor Kami I
Selir Kimkal for Wnl.ilua
Selir llaleakalu for Pepeekeo
Schr Wnlol! for liana
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Don Nicola.", Boss
liktuu Jluluv, Moicliono
Fred P Litchfield, Barllett
Haw brig Alllo Howe, .1 Phillips
Am bgtne Clan1? Spreokels, E P Drew,
Am bark California, Davis
Xio bk ltlmljlo, llowaid, from De
parture Bay, B C, dic June 25-30.
Ger bark Paellle, Oltuinn, from Bre
men, due Sept i!0-:)0.
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Boston, due August 20-31.
Am bark Elniore, G AV Jcnks. from
Newcastle, N S V, duo August 20-'M.
Am bark Paellle Slope, Barnes, from
Newcastle, N S V, duo September
Brit bark W II Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June Dili, duo here October
Brit ship Amana, sailed from London,
April Otb, and from Madeira April 24th,
due here August 24-U1.
Brit bark lioncrug, sailed from Liver
pool, June 5th, duencre October 23rd
Brit bk Isle of Erin, sailed from
Glasgow. April 10th, due September Il
ls. Am bktne Planter, AV It Perrlniau,
from Port Townsend, W T, due Sept
Am ship Melrose. Kalb, from Port
Townseud, W T, due Sept 1-15.
Am butne Snliua, Blake, from San
Francisco, due Aug 20-2."
Am schr Anna, Williams, from San
Francisco, for Kahulul. due Aug 28-30.
Am hktne Amelia, W XewluiTl, from
Eureka, C.il, due Aug 25-28.
Am tern J C Foru, fioni San Fran
cisco, due Aug 28-30.
Am bk Forest Queen, Winding, due
CARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stnir Waialeale 21)0 bags sugar, 00
hides. 2 horsess, 10 bags rice, 11
bags peaiuiLs. and 200 sheep.
.Stnir C It Bishop from Hamakua
Stnir Bishop 2.8G8 bags sugar, and
701 pgks paddy.
From Kauai, per stnir AVnialeale,
September 5th llev A Mackintosh,
Colonel Z S SpauUIIug, II F Glade, W
D Schmidt, ltev Father Sylvester, Chas
Greenfield, Alex Young Sr, W Heine,
Mrs J Apoi and 2 chilurcn, V Knudsen,
Miss Ada KniuHeu, 11 Norton, Ah Mee,
Miss Glade, and 112 deck.
The steamer Makee sails on Wednes
day at 12 noon for Walanae and Kauai.
The American baik Nicholas Thayer,
Captain J Ciosby, ai rived at Kahulul,
Maui, August 31si, with about S00 tons
of coal from Newc.is.le, N. S. W.
The American schooner Anns, Cap
tain Williams, ar.lved at Kahulul,
Maui, September 3d, with a full cargo
of general merchandise from San Fran
cisco. LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
The Moskwa has 780 tons of tea
Mit. J. A. Gotibalves' New Photo
graph Booms opened to-day.
A man-of-wak, 20 miles off North
lEust, wab telephoned at 2:45.
" Two nice looms at No. 4, Garden
Lane, are open for engagement.
Mb. Wiseman oilers to let Mr. S.
J. Levey's 1 evidence, on tho Plains.
A HAitK, 15 miles East, was tele
phone at a little past 2 o'clock this
The Y. M. C. A. book.kccping class
will meet at tho Y. M. C. A. at 7
o'clock this ovening.
Yesteuday, tho steamer Wainlealo
brought tho last of the sugar on her
route, for tho season.
The sale of Mr. E. R. Hendry's
furniture advertibed for salo on Wed
nesday, has been indefinitely post
poned. Whoeveu picks up a lady's red
morocco cuid case, and returns it to
144 Quoon stieot or to this olllce, will
The Kubbinu steamer Moskwa will
take a mail fiom heio to San Fran
cisco. The mail will cIomi at 1 o'clock
oil Wednesday, tho 8th iiibtuut.
Somehody is poisoning dogs out on
tho plains. Mr. Fred Ilanibon, Mrs.
Waul, and Mr. Bolbter, have each
lost a valuable canine since Satur
Mn, L. J. Levey's auction sale of
Mr. Hendry's household fuinituie, to
have taken place on the 8th, nlbo Mr.
A. J. Cartwright's advertisement of
house to rent, have been iiidifinitely
Evehy member is desiicd and ex
pected to attend u meeting of the
First Division of the Liliuokalani
Educational Society, to bo held at 3
o'clock to-nionow ufternoon, in tho
room of Engine Co. No. 1.
At tho meeting of the Privy Coun
cil lu'ld last Sntinday, Allornoy
Generul John T. D.uo was appointed
a member of the Boaid of Health,
and lion. John M. Kupciiu'suppohil
nioiit to tho Collector-Generalship of
Customs was uppioved.
So great and prompt was the de
mand for Miners. Lewis it Co.' Cali
fornia fruit on Sntuidtiy, that by o
o'clock in the evening not a vcxligo
of thu nunc perishable kinds, such as
grapes and plums, was left, and lato
applicants were disappointed.
CAl'TAixMoGerego.", of tho schooner
Manuokawai, lcporls heavy rains at
Koolnu, larl Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thur.sday, dming which I'tno
thn country was flooded, ltico mills
me in operation and this crop's yield
of lioc will likely bo greater than any
The Volcano appears to bo the
placo of attraction, as well to bur own
people as to our visitois from abroad.
The following aro booked to go by
tho Kiuau this afternoon: J. J.
Aubertin, Nov. T.I5.G. Peck, Sam. B.
Uoso, E. K. Darrin, V. Waterliouse,
C. II. Eldridgo, W. It. Castle, wife
and child, F. Dodger, wife and
child, E. C. Bond and Miss Bond.
Hnv. A. Mackintosh has returned
home f lom his Kauai trip, looking
well, and having enjoyed himself
Mil. J. J. Aubertin, representative
of tho London "Graphic" accompani
ed by Kev. T. K. G. Peck, of tho New
York Observer, leaves for tho Vol
cano, by the Kinau, to-day.
Mr. S. B. Hose, secretary of the
Wilder S. S. Co., leaves this evening
for the Volcano, by the steamer
Kinnu. Besides visiting Kilauea, he
will travel about the island of
Hawaii, for change and recuperation.
He needs and deserves a rest.
What everybody needs at the pre
sent hot spell is something cool and
refreshing. There in nothing like
tho superior handmade Ice Creams,
Sherbets and Fruit Icea served at tho
Elite Ice Cream Pallors, 85 Hotel
street. Keep our fancy cakes and
candies in mind. They can't be beat.
Tun largest stock and greatest
variety of homo manufactured,
strictly pure Candies, can only be
found at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Bakery, and Ice Cream
Booms, No. 71, Hotel street, between
Fort and Nuuanu streets. F. HORN,
Proprietor, Practical Confectioner
and Pastry Cook and Ornamenter.
Fiiesh home-made Hawaiian
Chocolate, Strawberry, Vanilla and
other Flavored Caramels always on
hand, guaranteed to be far buperior
to any imported, and sold cheaper
at the above establishment than any
where else. Both Telephone 74.
The finest, most delicious and
richest steam made Ice Cream, for its
purity and genuineness, I herewith
publicly guarantee can only bo found
in Honolulu, at the Pioneer Steam
Confectionery, Bakery and Comfort
able Cool Ice Cream Boom, Hotel,
between Nuuanu and Fort streets.
Mutual and Bell Telephone No. 74.
Fiiesh, Steam-frozen, Pure and
Richest Ice Cream, every day. No
Cream frozen over tho bccond, third,
or even the fourth day: Sold nt the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory,
Bakery, and Ice Cream Booms. F.
HORN, Proprietor, Hotel, hctwecn
Fort and Nuuanu streets. Both
telephones, No. 74. 18
KAPIOLANI BATH HOUSE !
Kapiolani Bath Houbc!
If cleanliness is next to godliness,
go to tho above named resort, near
the Marine Railway, where you can
get the best appetizer in the world
fresh air and salt water bathing and
boating.' Refreshments and cold
drinks upstairs. 10
Dit. Flint's, Heart Remedy is n
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and nlbo for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive hook
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. DSl
Ahtists' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stretchers, Canvas, etc.,
Bros. Art store.
Home-made Chocolate and Fancy
Creams, acknowledged to bo far
superior to any imported, on account
of their i-oflncss, freshness and flavor,
always on hand nt F. HORN'S
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory,
Bakery, and Ico Cream Rooms; Hotel
street, between Fort and Nuuanu.
The undersigned respectfully in
forms Heads of families, Restaurants
and Private parties that ho soils his
now universally acknowledged su
perior Ico Cream, for which tho de
mand has doubled in the short space
of time of 1 month, cheaper than
what adulterated compounds of to
called lee Cicam is Hld for.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry cook
nnd Ornnnionter. 13
Pathonize Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of .1. W. Hingloy, Cigar
Miinufactuier, at tho Crystal Sodn
Woiks, whero ho is prepared to till all
orders at the loweht pos-biblo whole
sale prices, Island orders bolieited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is requiied" to
boll theso cigars. Do not forget tho
name J. W. Hingloy, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel Btreet.
The Royal Hawaiian Hand will
give a moonlight concert nt Emma
S(tiaro tliis evening, beginning at
7:00. Following is the pro
Overture lloiiuiutlo (new). Keler Bel.i
Polka Stefanlo (row) Fahib.iek
Fanlas'ii Lllliiokidani. (new) .Mlehlels
Bcinlnl-eencs of Veull Godfrey
'Ti'bcioso'' and "Lcl Aloha."'
Fini'lo Vlcl-ir Ph-nny (new) Porl
PolkaHe'd (new) Zaverlal
Wi'lt, Tho Falrlci ( lowe
Medley Yo Olden Times lleyor
THE MARIPOSA AND HER PASSENGERS'
The Alniiposa steamed out of
Honolulu harbor hound for New
Zealand and Australia, about 7
o'clock yesterday morning, after
being a little over 21 hour in port.
She took on hoard 400 tons of coal
for her own consumption, and live
passengers from here for the colonies.
Her through passengers made good
use of the time allowed by the
steamer's stay in port to sec Hono
lulu and its suburbs. Many of llicin
visited the hand concert at Emma
Square Saturday alternoon, and
ejaculated cxpiessions of surprise
and delight at the native boys'
musical capabilities and productions.
During the evening, and up to a
pretty lato hour of the night public
expresses were in considerable de
mand by those who wished to see
the umbrageous suburbs by moon
light. The pleased and surprised
expressions freely uttered by many
as they went on board gave evidence
that they carried away agieeable
impressions of this little city of the
THE U. S. CONSUL FOR SAMOA.
Mr. Berthold Greenobaum, United
States Consul at Samoa, who recently
passed through Honolulu on his way
to Washington, passed through again
on his way back to Samoa by tho
Mariposa on Saturday. A repre
sentative of the Bulletin interviewed
Mr. Grcenebaum during his brief
stay in Honolulu, and besides receiv
ing n very favorable impression of
the gentleman himself, ascertained
some interesting paiticulars respect
ing the hoisting of the American
flag nt Samoa. Mr. Grecncbauin
says that the pole on which the
flag was rained, was sent nshcrc
from a British merchant ship for the
purpose, was erected by British
sailors, and British sailors went
aloft and railed the stais and
s'uipes to the lop. Later, when
the British warship Miianda
ariived ot Apia, the ofllceis and
crew went ashore and serenaded Mr.
Grcenebaum, the ship's band play
ing "Matching Through Georgia,"
and giving him, in his own woids,
the biggest ovation lie had ever had
in his life. This incident is hero re
corded with pleasuie, as showing
that "blood is thicker than water,"
or as evidencing the strong brotherly
feeling between the British and
Ameticans, which comes to the sur
face in times of need.
Mr. Gieenebnum has taken with
him a commission from the Hawaiian
Government as Hawaiian Vice-Consul
at Samoa. So that in future he
will reprcent both the United Suites
Republic and the Hawaiian Kingdom
at the Samoan islands.
Kilauea, Kauai, Sept. 3rd
A good public woik has just been
completed in this disliict. During
n heavy fieshet Inst year, the pieis
nnd mas'iiny work which support
the bridge on the Government road,
thnt crosses the Kilauea stream,
were considerably dnmaged. The
condition of the bridge was becoming
ciiticnl, when Superintendent Julius
Smith inspected it and immediately
set n competent bridge builder, in
the person of Mr. Henry Macintosh,
to repair it. After three months
steady labor, the wotk has been
completed, the bridge having been
raised four feet above its former
level, theieby rendering it almost
nbsolutely safe from the effects of any
ordinary freshet that may occur.
The bridge was also materially
strengthened hy ndditionnl gilders
and stringers and is now ns good ns
new. In connection with the raising
of this bridge, valuable aid was
rendered by the Kilauea Plantation
in placing the stenm-plow nt the
Government service. Tho plow
engines were used in hauling an
improvised plow-shnro of an extra
large sizo and making the approach
to the raised bridge of an ensy
grade, at the same time reducing
the incline of an adjacent hill.
Under Mr. Macintosh's supervision
the whole -work has been accom
plished in a workmanlike manner
and travelers on this island will no
doubt apprecinto thu results. Tho
plows were worked by Mr. James
Tho Kilauea Sugar Co.'s crop for
current beason has been completed,
ami 2,200 tons of sugar have been
manufactured hy them. Tho pios
pectH for the coining season aro
good and hid fuir to exceid this
Some 10 or 12 Swedes ariived Inst
week direct fiom Sweden and have
engaged witli the Kilauea Sugar Co.
in contract labor. This class of
workmen has hitherto given great
sntisfnclion on the plantation.
Regular showers during the nights
nnd bright wnrm days, are having a
beneficial effect on tho young cane.
The planters vie with each other in
their vocations, and good icsults are
apparent on nil sides.
De Lessops has succeeded iu rain
ing his Punumn Canal loan in Fiance,
The wedding of Mr. Oliver Slill
inan and Miss Nnncy Molteno took
place last Satmdny evening, m the
Itoimm Catholic Cathedral, Fort
stiect. By 7:!)0 o'clock the chinch
was well filled with ladies mid
gentlemen, who had assembled to
sec the ceiemony. At .nearly 8
o'clock, the front doors of the
chui till were opened, and while a
wedding march was being played,
the bridal paity entered. The biide
was led to tho altar by cx-Mnrshal
Paike, her gunidinu, followed by
Mr. Oliver Slillmati and his mother,
Mr. George Smithies and Miss Rose
Molteno. On reaching the altar tho
bridal touplo sat on chairs, while
the brides-maid, Miss Rose Molteno,
and the grooms-man, Mr. George
Smithies, remained standing. The
marriage lite was performed by the
Right Reverend the Bishop of Olba,
nssisstcd by Father Leonore. The
bride wore a pretty costume of white
vailing, trimmed in the front nnd
on the sleeves with elegant lace.
Her train, of white vailing, was two
yards long. The bridal veil, which
hung from her head, covered the
entire costume, giving it a soft and
lovely appearance. The brides
maid, Miss liosc Molteno, wore a
dress of nun's vailing, trimmed with
a paiinel of Oriental lace and scarlet
velvet. Her liercton basque was
ornamented with hce and velvet.
When the cereiiony in the church
was over, the party drove to Mr.
Stillinan Soil's residence, School
street, where they passed the le
niainder of the evening very pleas
antly in feasting and dancing.
The newly married couple have
taken up their residence in a neat
and comfortable little cottage, near
the residence of Mr. Stillinan, Sen.
May they live long and happily to
gether, is the wisli of their many
fiiends, including the Daily Bulle
tin. THE RUSSIAN SHIP MOSKWA.
The Russian merchant ship
Moskwa arrived off port nt nbout 4
o'clock yesierday morning, from
Yokohama. Ji'.oan. She was boarded
by pilot Mclntyre, nnd apparently
under the misapprehensif n that she
was a man-of-war, brought her into
the harbor. IV. Iltodic, the Port
Physician, re soiled the fact to the
President of the Board of Health,
Mr. Gibs ai, who insiiueted the
Doctor to order the'ship outside of
tiie harbor, because she had come
fiom an infected poit. The Moskwa
accoidingly steamed out of the bar
ber, and ouchoied oiuside. A meet
ing of the Boavd of Health wns then
convened, at which Dis. Brodie and
Trousseau attended by request of
the President. Tuese gentlemen
were appointed a specinl medical
commission to examine the vessel
rnd report their opinion to the
Boaid, which they did later in the
day, in w'iting, as follows:
His Excellency W. M. Gibson,
Preoidont of the Board of Health
Sir: Aci orbing to your instructions,
we, the unceis'gued, John Brodie,
M. D., Port Physician, and G.
Tronssea'i, M. D., vis'ued the Rus
sin stcrraoi- Moskwe, lying at an
chor ou j 3 oZ tae bell buoy.
We a-cc f ,ed liom the Captain
thpt nltb..!. i t'jeofllcai" and pasien
gersi..".'" j " us .ore a Yokohama,
an infec' a . -t, r.cne cf the crew,
!)!) all Cid, were yJlc.'ed aahore.
The C',T),ain ?is& s.aicd thnt since
he left Russia, he did not have a ense
of sickness of nny kind r.n board.
Under these considerat'ons wo
would advise 'your Excellency to
send on board a responsible person
to superintend the thorough fumi
gation of the ship, eiilier with sul
phur fumes, as done on the Hono
lulu Quninntinc Grounds, or with
steam from the ship's boilers. This
being compiled with, allow the ship
inside the haibor, have the mail dis
infected nt the Post Olllce befoie
distribution ; also n few enses of
freight for the Japanese Consul and'
what personal luggage the passen
gers might like to take ashore, and
nftcrwurds allow either passengers
or crew to come ashore. The Cap
tain is quite willing to have the dis
infection thoroughly carried out.
John Brodie, M. I).,
G. TttoussEAU, M. D.
The Moskwa was accordingly
fumigated, and returned to the har
bor nt nn early hour this morning,
This unexpected but welcome
visitors is commanded by Captain
A. O. Radloff, and has on board
tho following distinguished gentle
men ns passengers: General the
Prince Wittgenstein j Prince Pozov
iiiHky Galitsiue j Virc-Admirnl
Shestnkoff, aid-de-canip of His Iui
periid Majuty the ICmperor of Rus
sia, mid Minister of Marino; Lieut
enant Abasa. uid-de-camp to His
Excellency the High Admiral Grand
Duke Alexis; Mr. A. Ebcrhurd,
aid-dc-cauip to the Minister of
The Moskwn will leave hero for
San Francisco on or nbout the 8th
instant, and will take freight and
pn-seuf-ers, for both of which shu
had excellent act ominodntion.
Thotiinl of Anarchists will cost
Cook county between 8110,000 and
810,000. It will bo the best invest
ment of money ever made for anj'
puhlio use if it blmll end the dyna
miters and their murderous methods.
A St. Louis architect says Unit
the 8-hour rule, as applied to the
building trndes alone in that city,
has roht the workmen in that branch
8:7fi,000 in the past two months,
counting nt the rule of twenty cents
nu hour for two hours each.
LATEST NEWS ITEMS.
'Vomi the iS. F. Jltthl'ui.
Gold litis been discovered nt Eati
Claiic, Wis. '
The latest "astronomic frenk is t
fiozen watermelon for bicnkfasl.
The month of July uns tho driest
on record in Iowa for twenty-live
A hailstorm in Southington,Conn.,
lately cut up $8,000 worth of tobacco
An examination of the Ilaltimoic
Sub-Treasury shows an excess of
four cents in' over 811,300,000.
Kiozen beef carcasses are now
being shipped from Texas to Lon
don nnd other European points.
A SiVnote sulllccd to heal the
wounded feeling of the plaintiff in a
breach of promise case at Mnislinll
town, Iowa, recently.
R. M. Hoxic is to retire, on ac
count of his health, from the Mis
sou ri-Paeilli! Railroad management,
in favor of Ci'ptain R. S. Hayes.
The Fund Commissioners of Mis
souri have sold 5700,000 of llvc
tweniy Stale bonds at a premium
which makes less than 3 percent
George 1. Scney has so far re
covered his fortune as to be able to
make good his gift of S100.000 to
Weslcynn University at Middletown.
The cups won by the Canadian
Wimbledon team in England have
been seized by the customs oflleers
nt Quebec, the duty not having been
A new mineral has been discovered
in Missouri which cuts steel with
great rapidity and yet retains a keen
edge. It is called adamscobile.
The jewelry manufacturers of
Providence are working twelve to
thirteen hours daily, and are em
ploying mre men than at any time
within live years.
With 2,000,000 pounds of fish
landed in one day at Gloucester, it
begins to look as if the bait question
was in a fair way of settlement.
The Si reme Coin t of the Do
minion of Caiadawill hold a special
session on oepleiiiber 1st, when the
Sproule case of British Columbia
will again come up.
"It was a bad day for Yonkers
when Tilden died," saul a hack
driver. "He always kept the gates
open and we made $3 or S4 a day
diiving people up to see Grey
stone." A resident of Ottawa, Out., is
being prosecuted for maintaining a
nuisance, viz. : a lot of bees i inch
are in the h.ibit of visiting neigh
bois and leaving their cauls in the
sh.i e of St'us.
A workman at a Skow began shoe
fact' ry, who had ucen dischaiged
by o ler of ihe Knights of Labor,
has brought suit against two of
them for conspiracy to injure his
business, and llley n-c held on 870
bail for tiial.
A captain of the Salvation Army,
n-.. Utica, is in jail for knocking
down in nice ' ig a inen who had
cea. "i a d'sut bailee. He was
lined S20, but accc (iing to the rule
of tie Sa'vPfc'oiiists pieTcired two
months i: jril lo paying bhe tine.
The estim.ite by tae Philadelphia
V, rrcl of buucation of the expenses
foi' 1887 of the city's schools nsks
f'-r 82,172,958.33, or a hour, S30.000
mo' e tli&n the appioprialion of
81,804, 154 for the piesent year.
The pihic'pt.l item Loin 's 81,347,
8;0.50 for teaches' salniic:.
The women crusaders at Orange
ville, Out., recenly visited a hotel
nnd tried by prcyi.ig to induce the
Inndloid to close t.ie place. Boniface
invited tho ledies 'o scats, nsked
tiieni to pi 13', nm then himself
offeied a prayer, 'n which he dealt
very severely wi !i the follies and
vanities of women.
The meanest mini hails from In
diana. Tluee ycais ago Benjamin
Smith i f lica left his wife and
home with1 iu any explanation. Last
week lie returned as suddenly as he
left and wns welcomed home by n
generous wife. Tho next day ho
borrowed nil the money his wife had
and again disappeared, leaving her
The Law nnd Order League of
Lincoln, Neb., recently furnished a
detective with money that lie might
gamble and thus get evidence against
some gamblers. He was arrested
ou two charges of gambling and
fined 810 in each case by one justice,
wns arrested again ou a like charge
mid fined 825 by another, and lined
85 for carrying u concealed weap-m.
Dr. Reginald Stuart Poole of the
Biitish Museum has exerted himself
successfully in procuring for Boston
a very valuable colossus of Ruiucscs
II, the oppressor of the Hebrews.
This (olossiis, which was eagerly
coveted by the Louvie and other
I'oiitineninl museums, sits thirteen
feet high, is in excellent picseivn
tlou, and richly iiibcribed. Its
transportation awaits the rising of
the Nile in February.
Turkov, it is ruuioied, Ims oh
'lained a 'loan of i'5, 000, 0110 at Lon
don, the money to boi-penl fornrmy
'lilt! Jiiter-lBlnml Men in
Navigation On., Limited,
Kc p iiii.-uuilh on h ml for bide ,
Stenm Family nnd B nek mith Coal
and u gi ui'iid iissoilineiu of
41&3 Bar Iron. iy
DB!WN in lw out our Ship
Oliipdhii nnd CVininWi-Inu liiibl.
i.uN we -hull Mil in It! Dt OKI)
l'HI'l'" "li I will elo ii I in. i i" wire
Kiccn, gui d.w ill nun Kutc: of picif.i-o,
nt it fair valimtinu, to a it ponUhlc
p-itiy. A. W. JMimCE&UO.
Having termed the Services of
Geo, 0. Stratemeyer
wo arc prepnred to execute nil
House oi Sig-w
HONOLULU 1" AXING MILLS.
Burnt Oif Wot Dead'!
Ryan's Boat-Bull Sin
Is now adjoining the rear of
Banjo and Guitar,
1ST For lei ins, apply to
400 lm VE"ST, DOW & CO.
Crystal Soda forks
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Sodn, I.cmnnndc, Sntsnparlllii,
Fruit Syrup;, and Ki senrrs anil
mndo fr-ni (lie pure Apple, Ml of which
we guuimilee lo lie the lieu.
tF We nl-o invito parlies intending
tnrlimr slores lor the iilh of iced
diiuks and wishing (ouutuin supplies,
tu call on us before going elsewhere".
Tlii Crystal Soda Works,
P. O. Uox :;97, Hon bilu.
Will he open eveiy nttcrnnun and even,
iug us follow:
Hominy, Tupxdny, IVeilnexday and
To Ihe public in general.
For Indies nnd gentlemen.
For lndici, genllcuten mid children.
Lessons iu Kniici SUnting.
Friday and tsiturdtiy Evenings.
WILLIAM WALL, Manager.
WA11 OHUNU has purchased tho
Inislnes-s of thullunof Suug Iu
Tai Company, Thirinhhs, Mnunukea
Strict, from Cliok" Wa, Account i due
by nnd owing lo tho tl'in Mill lm uttled
by VfAH CHUNG.
Honolulu, Augiut 28, lbfeO. 17 2w
sui h ' ii : n
llouic nnd Lot ofTthePauoa
Vnllcv Kontl, near the now
Punchbowl Street ilrldcu.
House contains fi roonip, Bathroom,
Kitchen nnd Pnntry. Outhouse consist
Iny of Stable, Carriage House nnd Hax.
ness room. The grounds are tdnnted
willi choice trees. To be sold cheap for
cash. Apply to
J M. MONSARKAT,
ltl if No. 27 Merchant Hired.
Election of Officers.
AT the minimi meeting of the Hidawn
Bugnr Compnuy, held August 23,
8?a, the following olllcers were elected
for tho ensuing jear:
John II. I'aly President
Peter C. J ones Treasurer
Joseph O. ('utter Secretary
George J. Hos-i: Auditor
Directors Thos. H. Fohter and .las. A.
Hopper. .1. O. CAKTEIt,
Stcreinry lluhiwii Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Aug. a"t. 1(80. la tm
of the United States is the Uesl com.
pany with which to Ast-uic.
I. Because of its Safety.
Its surplus is larger than thnt of any
other assurance company.
II. Because of its Promptness.
Of l,0tS death claims paid iu 18s",
nenriy one-half were paid the very day
proofs were received; while of the lei
inaliider, the majority we.'e paid within
the following three days. Xo other
company can show Mich a record.
of its Liberality and
All policies arc incontestaulk utter
three ycura. All Incontestable policies
tire payable Immediately upon receipt
of proofs of death. The Society's
policy contract is clear and simple, and
llbciuliu its conditions. Its Non-for-f
citing Tontine (orSeud-Tontine) policy
affords all the ultimate benettts of the
full Tontine, and has during ils earlier
years the surrender value and other
material advantage of ordinaiy life
No other company is paying ou its
policies, ns large protlLs as arc t-lmwn
under the Kipilmhle's manned Tuminc
policies wlih tlfteeu-year periods. Per
sons desiring ahaiiranee may obtain
estimates of the probable results of
similar policies, and of policies with
twenty-year terms, which aie expected
to show even larger protltb.
V. Prospective Advantages.
The unexampled progress of the
Equitable ill the past is the ucstguarau
tee of the increasing future nlue of
assurance with the Equitable.
Surplus on the New York
Standard, 517,-t'JS,aLil 40
New Assuniucu iu 1883,...8UG,011,a;8.00
a larger business than that of any other
Paid Policyholders ,,,,.,.,
since OrgaiiUatlon,.... J 8b,.n,i, .
Income in 1883, 1GIS,J0I053.1S
Increase in Premium In
come, $1 ,430,3411.00
liieiease in Surplus 3,H78,(U2.U
Increase In Assets, 8,HU1,4U1.qc
For full particulars apply to
ALEX. J. CAUTWltlGHT,
No. 3. Knahtimnuu St.,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire &. Marine Insur'oe Agents.
The New lUiulnuU
MUTUAL LIFE INS. COMP'Y,
The JEtnn Fire Insurance Co.
of Hartford, Coun.
The Uulou fr'ire and
Marine Insurance Co.
of Bin Fiaiiclsco, Cala.
Capital 9,000,000 Raichtmarki.
rpiIE underlined, having hien .t;i
X pointed ugviu of the above Cuuiiiiiy
for t lie Hawaiian lsluiulb, is picpand to
accept risks, ugiiinM Mre, ou lluildinto ,
Kurniltire, Miri'hiiudlsi-, I'luduec, t-ugi.r
Mills etc., ou the miui KavumMi Tuu.t.
Lottos Promptly Adjuttcd and Payable la
070 ly o Wihhj a cVh.
The Kqiiitublu Life AxKttruut'i
Society of (he United
F.NTAI!I.IHIIF.I IN 1NSU.
ISSUES I'lilhiui. on tie most npprovnl
pl'in-, viz. -Oidiuury Life, I.ife.Limil.
ed I'nwiH'iili-, lhidoMiit'itF; Tuiitiue
-aviiif. huml, Tmit lues, tM-iui 'lontiui-c;
A. II. C. Tniiiiui'r; Life iiiui Mirvlvui
hip Aiintiiilei-iChihtrt'iiV Knikmiuunu;
Joint Life ItUltb, I'urtuendiip luburanco,
etc., etc., ttc.
Pulicii'M both Incontestable and Noa
Conlestcd claims, none.
Hcfoic insuring elsewhere, call and
get an estimate.
It is calculated that every reasonable
wish of the insured is embodied In oo
or more of tho plaim.
For full particulars nnd pamphlets,
ALEX. J. OARTWKIUUT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
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