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UU Qnihj gaUUtin.
Japanese shlp-of-war from Samoa
Edward May from lloston, Mass
Ship Melrose from Port Towusctid
Bgtnc Ohms Sprcckels for San Francisco
Stmr Llkellke for Kahitltil
Stinr Walaleule for Knuai
Stmr 0 R Hlshop for llnmnktta ut 4 i m
Sclir Wallele lor Kiiunl
Sclir Klmkal for Walaltiu
Sclir llak'ukulu for Pepeekeo
Sclir Waloll for liana
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Kus 8 S Moskwa for San Francisco
Stmr James Mukec for Walanac and
Kauai at 12 noon
VESSELS IN PORT.
Am bk Edward May, Johnson
Bk Don Nicola?, Ross
Bktno Malav, More1ionu
Haw brlgAllioRowe, J Phillips,
Am bark California, Davis
Nlc bk Rlmljlo, Howard, from De
parture Bay, H C, due June 2'i-ilO.
Qer bark Pacific, Oilman, from Bre
men, due Set '.10-30.
Am bark .Elsluorc, G VT Jenks, from
Newcastle, N S W, due August 20-30.
Am bark Pacific Slope, Barnes, from
Newcastle, X S YV, due September
Brit bark W II Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June 0th, duo here October
Brit ship Amana, sailed from London,
April 0th, and from .Madeira April 2-ttli,
due here August 21-31.
Hrlt bark lioiicnig, sailed from Liver
pool, June fith, due liere October aUrd
Brit bk Isle of Erin, sailed from
Glasgow, April lOtli, due September 3
13. Am bktno Planter, W II Perrltnaii,
from Port Townsend, YV T, duo Sept
Am ship Melrose. Kalb, from Port
Townsend, W T, due Sept 1-1S.
Am butue Sallua, Blake, from San
Francisco, due Aug 20-25
Am sclir Anna, Williams, from San
Francisco, for Kahulul, due Aug 28-30.
Am bktno Amelia, W Xewliall, from
Eureka, Gil, due Aug 25-28.
Am tern J C Font, fiom San Fran
cisco, Ulie Allff 2H-3U,
Am bk Forest Queen,
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Ki
nau, September DiliFor the Volcano:
S B Roe, Miss M Bond. F C Bond, F S
Dodge wife and child, YV YVaterhouse,
C II Eldridgc, Rev T R G Peck, F K
Diiiiiiin, anil J J Aubertiu. For Ililo
and Intermediate ports: Alex YoungSr,
Mrs Byitmt, A G Burcliardt, J G Howie,
J It Ronton aud wife, A Lldgatc and
wife, Masters Kawewehi (2), FL Clarke,
Miss Conway, and about 120 deck.
Barkentlne Klikitat, Captain Cutler,
arrived here from Port Gamble, laden
with lumber bound to Honolulu. The
crew bad been shipped before, tho Ship
ping Commissioner, but when the
vessel was ready to proceed on her voy
age they refused to heave up the anchor,
their excuse for refusing duty being that
the second mate did not belong to the
Sailors' Union and according to their
view, was not wanted on board the ship.
Captain Cutler reported these facts to
the Puget Mill Co. where the vessel be
longed, and was ordered to proceed in
accordance with the law. Learning
that they would certainly be held for
trial the crew returned to duty ard the
Klikitat sailed next day for her destina
tion. S. F. Commercial News, Aug.
In Honolulu, September 4, 18SG, to
the wife-of C. B, Reynolds, a son.
Honolulu, September 0, 1880, to tho
wife of O. K. Miller, a son.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
"There will be another moonlight
concert on Thursday evening.
The Royal Hawaiian Band
play to-morrow afternoon, from
f, at Kakunko.
The Imperial Russian party aro
visiting tho Princesses Liliuokalani
and Likclike this afternoon.
The Russian bleamer Moskwa sails
to-morrow for San Francisco at five
o'clock l'. m. Tho mail will close at 3.
Tin: foundation of the new build
ing to bo erected on tho lower corner
of King btrcot, at its junction with
Maunakea btreet, is being prepared
Yesterday morning a nativo
named Kaco, while working the
cargo of the Don Nicolas, was hit on
tho legs by a piece of timber and
Mr. F. Gcrtz is now opening a new
and largo stock of boots and shoes,
selected by himself in San Francisco
market, and biought down by the
Mariposa on Saturday lust.
A coNSiDERAiiu: number of sailors
from the' Russian steamer Moskwa
were " about town " last night. Their
quiet demeanor and general good
conduct, compared favorably with
squads of Rdbbiau sailors previously
seen on our streets.
Considering that it showered
sufficiently to wet tho seats, making
them disagreeable to siton, there was
u good attendance at Emma Square
last night, to listen to tlio Band con
curt. Tlio music, as usual, was en
livening and mollifying.
Jlit. Allen Herbert received a
Meani launch by the baik Edward
Slay, this morning. It is very similar
in appearance to the island surf
boats, having considerable bilge, A
few of the ilanks on tho port bow of
tho launch were stove in by a uca,
when rounding Cane Horn.
IIoM. Mrs. Ji I. Dowsctt hnB gono
to breathe the pure and invigorating
air of Ulupalakua, Maui.
M. Geo. Stratemeyer niul Mr. G.
S. Kellcy failed down Pearl River in
Messrs. Kellcy nntl Stocker's yuehl
Hon. AV.ll. Castle, although booked
for the Volcano trip yesterday, did
not go. - He has postponed his inten
tion for a week.
Mil. Ailai'u Goodman is expected
heio by the next steamer from San
Francisco, to conduct a series of
Captain Noilscn, formerly of the
bark Forest Queen, and more re
cently of tlie schooner Dakotnh, in
which vessel ho was wrecked on the
island of Kana'ushn, is now in Hono
lulu. Ho came, with his wife and
child, by tho Moskwn.
Mil. II. F. Hillcr of San Francisco,
was among the passengers by last
steamer to these Islands to spond u
few weeks of plcnsure anil rest. Mr.
Hillcr is a correspondent of several
Eastern Journals and a special cor
respondent of the Chicago "Mirror
of Sports." During this gentleman's
stay ho expects to write up eonio of
the charming features of Hawaii.
He expresses himself delighted be
youml expectation with the country.
During his visit, Mr. Hillcr will ho
the guests of his brother-in-law, our
genial townsman, Mr. Joseph E.
What everybody needs at the pre
sent hot spell is something cool and
refreshing. There is nothing like
the superior handmade Ice Creams,
Sherbets and Fruit Ices served at tho
Elite Ico Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel
street. Keep our fancy cakes and
candies in mind. They can't bo beat.
The largest stock and greatest
variety of home manufactured,
strictly pure Candies, can only be
found at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Bakery, and Ice Cream
Rooms, No. 71, Hotel street, between
Fort and Nuuanu streets. F. HORN,
Proprietor, Practical Confectioner
and Pastry Cook and Ormuneiitcr.
FiiESii home-made Hawaiian
Chocolate, Strawberry, Vanilla and
other Flavored Caramels always on
hand, guaranteed to bo far superior
to any imported, and sold cheaper
at tho above establishment than any
where else. Botli Telephone 74.
Tun finest, most delicious and
richest steam made Ice Cream, for its
purity and genuineness, I herewith
publicly guarantee can only be found
in Honolulu, at the Pioneer Steam
Confectionery, Bakery and Comfort
able Cool Ice Cream Room, "Hotel,
between Nuuanu and Fort streets.
Mutual and Bell Telephone No. 74.
Fresh, Steam-frozen, Pure and
Richest Ice Cream, every day. No
Cream frozen over the second, third,
or even the fourth day. Sold at tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Fnctory,
Bakery, and Ice Cream Rooms. F.
HORN, Proprietor, Hotel, between
Fort and Nuuanu streets. Both
telephones, No. 74.- 18
KAPIOLANI BATH HOUSE !
Kapiolani Bath House !
If cleanliness is next to godliness,
go to tho abovo named resort, near
the Marino 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
Dn. Flint's Heart Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with ilvery bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 354
AnTiSTK' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Brqs.' Art store. 24 tit.
Home-made, Chocolate and Fancy
Creams, acknowledged to be far
superior to any imported, on account
of their softness, freshness and flavor,
always on hand at 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 he sells his
now universally acknowledged su
perior Ico Cream, for which tho de
mand has doubled in tho 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 Ornamentcr. 13
Patiionizi: Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tlio Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepared to fill all
orders at tho lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fnct "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget tho
name J, W, Hingloy, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
After a somewhat checkered
career the Great Eastern seems at
last to have a fair chance of a green
and useful old age. Her career at
Liverpool, as n floating temple of
amusement, has proved so success
ful that she Is to become a peripatetic-
variety show, and will ho taken
about the British coast and finally
to the Australian Colonics.
CoL Z. S. Spanieling, Knunij
Vnlilcmnn Kundrcn, Kauai; G.
Adct, Sydney, Australia; Prince
Wiltgcstcin, St. Petcrsbuig; Robert
Ehrenback, Germany ; August
Uasor, Germany; Prince 11. Golis
ton, Russia; V. A. S. A. Shestnkoff
anil lady, Russia; Prince Golizin,
Russia ; Captain O. Railluff, Russia ;
HAWAIIAN HOTEL BAND CONCERT.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give 11 conceit at tlio Hawaiian Hotel
this evening, complimentary to tho
oflicors anil passengers of tho Rus
sian ship Moskwa, beginning at
7 :30. Following is tho programme :
Overture Romantic Keler Bela
Polka Stefanlrs Fain back
Selection Tho Life for the Czar. Ullnka
"Ala Hlkl Mnl" and "lpo Lauae."
Selection The Grand Duchess
Waltz Vienna Bonbons St muss
Lnnce Tho Aboriglns Thicra
March Forward . . . . v Doppler
Russian Anthem, Hawaii Pouui.
JAPANESE MAN-OF-WAR TSUKUBA.
II.I.J. M.'s S. Tsukuba 'came into
port this morning under the guid
ance of Pilot Shepherd, having
anchored outside the reef last even
ing, This vessel is from Australia
via Now Zealand and Samoa. She
has been on a lengthened cruise,
having left Japan in February last.
The Tsukuba is a training ship for
the Japanese naval service, and has
on hoard a large number of naval
cadets. Her stay in port will pro
bably be about three weeks. She is
commanded by Captain Fukusliima,
and olllccred entirely by Japanese.
On entering port the Thiikuba
saluted the Hawaiian llnjr in the
customary manner, which was duly
returned. She is anchored in the
man-of-war berth off the mail wharf.
A General stampede.
An exciting runaway occurred on
the Esplanade just; previous to the
departure of the steamer Kinau yes
terday afternoon. A horse hitched
to one of Davics & Co.'s wagons,
kicked himself free of the harness,
and bolted for uptown by the way
of I. I. S. N. Co.'s oillcc. When
near Ryan's boat-building shop one
of Wilder & Co.'s lumber teams
started. The latter having two
large horses went at a furious pace,
and struck a Chinese draj One of
the horses of the lumber wagon got
tangled in one of the wheels of the
Chinese dray, and is now laid up,
though no bones were broken. The
horse that began the excitement
continued running uptown, Wilder
& Co.'s lumber team stopped, when
it collided with the Chinese dray.
The dray having the weight of 'a
horse to drag, was easily brought to
RECEPTION AT THE PALACE.
This morning His Ex. Robert C.
Creighton, Minister of Foreign Af
fairs, presented to His Majesty
William Plluger, Esq., Vice-Consul
for Russia, who, presented to His
Majesty the following notables:
Vice-Admiral Y. Shestakoff, Minis
ter of Marine and Aid de Camp to
His Imperial Russian Majesty, and
Lady Shestakoff; Lieutenant A.
Eberhard, Aid de Camp to the Min
ister of the Navy ; Prince Wittges
tein, General and His Imperial
Majesty's Aid de Camp; Prince
Prosorowsky, Galitzine, Gentil
homme of His Imperial Majesty's
Court; Captain O. Radloff, Impe
rial Navy, oclnmanding the Moskwa ;
Lieutenant A. Zvanowsky, com
mander of the Moskwa, Imperial
Navy; Lieutenant Lohanin, Impe
rial Navy; Captain Vercgnikoff,
Chief Engineer of Imperial Navy;
Mr. Win. l'lluger, His Imperial
Majesty's Vice-Consul, and Lady.
They were afterwards presented to
Her Majesty the Queen in her drawing-room.
Tnc Royal Hawaiian
Band was in attendance and dis
coursed pleasant music during the
THE BARK EDWARD MAY.
The bark Edward May, Chas. A.
Johnson, master, arrived this morn
ing, 1J11) days from lloston. She
left Boston April 21st; had fair
winds and weather for the first seven
days, afterwards light head winds to
lat. 25 N. long. JJ1 .00 W., where
light battling N. E. trades were re
ceived. Had the equatorial dol
drums one week. Crossed the
Equator in long. 28 0, on May
21th. Took the S. E. trades in 1
S. lat., and carried them to 20 S
lat. From lat. 28 S. in the Atlan
tic, to s.amo lat. in the Pacific, had a
constant succession of head winds,
making slow progress. Were three
days in sight of Statcnlaud. July
3rd passed the meridian of Cape
Horn, in lat. 57 S. Were 21 days
from lat. SO0 S. Atlantic to f)0 S.
Pacille, with fresh W. S. W. to N.
W. gales and rough seas. Several
seas were snipped, one 01 which
stove a wholo in the bow of the
steam launch, washed away hatch
battens and pumpwell cover. On
Aug. 8th, in lat. 20 S. long-. 95
W., took steady S. 15. trades.
Crossed the Equator in the l'acillu
Aug. 21st in long. 121A W. Ex
perienced strong S. S. W. currents
2 each side of the line. Took
N. 15. trides in lat. LU , long.
ia0 , on Aug, 2!)th. Sept. Cth, at
daylight, sighted Hawaii, bearing
S. by AV, and at 8 a, m, iniulo East
Maul, bearing W, S. W, 18 miles,
Arrived at Honolulu Tuesday morn
ing Sept. 7th,
' Captain Charles A. Johnson,
muster of tlio tmrk Edward
Slay, ta .well knowii in Honolulu.
IIo came hcio first in the fifties, mid
lias made many visits since then.
Ho was in Honolulu four and live
years ago in the ship Syren. During
tliis voyngo from Boston in tlio
Edward May, tlio captain spent his
1th of July in the most southerly
point made during the passage
(lat. G7.53). On June 27th when
72 days out, and about 30 miles
from Stalenland, sighted tho bark
Isle of Erin from Liverpool for
Honolulu. She appeared to be in
good ordei, and Captain Johnson
expected to find her hero on his
arrival, this morning.
Tho Edward May lias about 1,700
tons of cargo which includes 3,800
cases of kerosene nil for tlio Philip
pine Islands. She is consigned to
Brewer & Co., and will either sail
for Hongkong or Manilla.
is not many years 'ago
It is not many years 'ago that all
interisland traveling on this group
had to be done by schooner. Of
late, however, steam lias been in
troduced, and as a natural conse
quence the number of travelers has
increased. In fact, it is frequently
the case that the passengers are too
numerous for tho accommodation
afforded. Nevertheless a compara
tive amount of comfort can be had
on the larger boats of the respective
steamboat companies. Fortunately,
the prevailing weather is fine, so
that accident and losses are the ex
ceptions, rather than the rule.
There is, however, one part of tho
voyage to which exception is taken
by all hands. It is the landing,
more frequently at night than day, in
boats. At present there are no other
means of parting from your fellow
passengers and obtaining a footing
on terra Jivinti, than by placing
yourself and worldly effects under
the fostering care of a skilful Ha
waiian oarsmen to guide you through
the surf, but it is quite possible that
in the course of a few years there
will be harbor improvements, where
possible, and landing accommoda
tion improved accordingly.
But having passed safely over the
dangers and troubles of the deep,
another dilllculty frequently besets
the enthusiastic traveler, for which
he made no calculation. It is
the land traveling. Some prefer
horse-back riding, others the
coach and a few to walk. The
latter are not very numerous.
Residents invariably have their
conveyances at hand, and suffer no
inconvenience. In a few places, a
mail coach is to be found, capable
of carrying from six to a dozen pas
sengers. These coaches are driven
1)3' experienced men and travel at
various rates of speed. The speed
of one in particular, on the Island
of Kauai, equals, if it does not ex
ceed, that of the old-time mail
coach that formerly did the work of
the present railway in other coun
tries. The driver mounts the box at
the last moment, and cries "All
aboard," when crack goes the whip,
and off go the four horses, and
everyone holds on for grim death.
The Jehu holds a conversation as he
proceeds, but not with the passen
gers. It is with his horses. Occa
sionally, should any of the animals
show an incliration not to listen, he,
the animal, receives a reminder
from the gentleman on the box re
sulting in a perfect understanding
being arrived at betwixt man and
horse. Gulches arc passed through
at the same speed as on the level,
perhaps a little quicker. Accidents
are rare, and looking at the general
condition of the roads, the traveler
may congratulate himself that civili
zation lias so far advanced on these
islands as to enable him, for a mode
rate sum, to literally lly through the
air at tho moderate speed of twelve
miles an hour.
A PRODICAL'S RETURN.
On August 20th Detective Ren.
Bowen arrested Robert Creighton,
formerly book-keeper of the Odd
Fellows Bank, S. F., who left this
city for the Sandwich Islands a little
over a year ago on account of a
shortage in his books of several
liuudrett dollars. His departure
created a sensation for a few days,
but it soon died away, aud the deficit
was supposed to have been made
good by his uncle, who is President
of the aforesaid institution. Creigh
ton arrived in this city bythe'Zea
landia about a mouth ago, and his
wliereaboulshaH been known to the
bank otllcials during that time, but
no action was taken until last Thurs
day, when it was determined to pro
secute him. Creighton is well con
nected in Scotland. Alta California
M. de Lesseps charms the French
ladies as snakes charm birds, and
no fewer than sixteen thousand
women have put money into his
Panama Canal scheme.
A crusade against baby cairiages
is being prosecuted by an English
medical man, who attributes much
of the infant mortality from diseases
of tlio brain and lungs to exposure
Two thousand idle workmen sent
a deputation to the Board of Guar
dians of Liverpool on July 22ud.
Tho spokesman said that in lifty
years ho had never known distress
to he so severe.
German experts ay that Schlei
matiu's excavations in Greece have
revealed a wealth of material far
designers in woolen goods, The
ancient patterns reproduced in
modern fabrics would have a cliannr
I ing effect,
1'hcra was a grout, deal of poetry
quoted on tho Fourth of July. Tho
S!ii..ll boy had Burns at his fingers'
ends. Boston Commercial Bulletin.
DURING my .iibseiici' from the King,
dom MR". V. HUSTAOK holds my
power of nttnrni'y to aet for 1111', and
MR. W. II. BUDDY is authorized to re.
celvu moneys and sign receipt" for me.
Soap Worke, Lelco, Honolulu, Aug
2d. IfcSO. 17 tf
St. Louis' College
.Boarding and Day School
FOR HOYS AT
The Coiiiso of Instruction cinbrnccq
all the liranche of a good Christian
and ComiiH-icial KducntlMi. A .Special
Class lm1 hei'ii Council this year fur ml.
vanced schul-.us. Latin. Greek, French
nui German tire optional. ,
For Day Scholar;
per mom 11.
The lloirdlng Depaitment consists of
Iwtt distinct clnssu-t of pupils.
Board atfd Tuition, 1st Glass, per
Board and Tuition, 2nd Class, per
Instrumental Music, per month.. 4
Vocal Mti'ic & Drawing frco (f charge.
Laundry Tivpenses-, pur mouth .... 2
Medical attendance foinu estia
chuigo. also, lcpairs of all kiiuli.
Hooks anil Stationery at current rale-!.
Payments must bo undo quarterly
(every 2J. munlht-) and in advance.
Every IlOuider mutt lie provided with
bod clothes-, maUra-ses, two night
uowns, Rfvuial miits of clothing for Sun.
Hays niul week dms-, six Mints, six
pocket hnndkctchicfc, three pairs of
btocklng-!, collars and ties, three pairs,
uf fchoc: nil lmiikud. Also, toilet arti
cles, such as hair brush, tooth, nail and
shoo brushes, combs, snap and blacking.
For admission as Hnaulcra ccititicatei
of good 111nr.1l character and of health
Unitoims will lie obligatory for
Boaiders may spend the first Siturday
of eveiy month wiih their parents or
A quarterly report of the health, con
duct and improvement of every boaider
will be sent to his parents or guardians.
The Session commences this jear on
MONDAY, September 1 :i, lbSO.
figy For further piiuicuhirs apply to
20 Father Sylvester, S.S., C.C.
The Inter-Island Si 0:1111
Navigation (Jo., Liimited,
Keep constantly on li'ind for sale
Steam Family and Blacksmith Coal
and a general assoitment of
us Bar Bron. L'y
IllINO to iliHC out our
AJ Chandlery and Cnmmii-siou Bus.!
hcjS, wc shall sell at REDUCED
l'HIUES mid will close out our entire
Stock, good.will and lease of premise",
at a fair valuation, to a re ponsililc
party. A. W. I'EIRCE & CO.
A LL ncmons
wlio waul to common 1
Jt. cute with the l'oitujMicu, cither
tor business, or for procuring workmen",
servants or any other helps, will find it
the most profitable wuy to advertise in
the I.uso Ifaxvaiiano, the new organ of
the Portuguese colony, which is pub.
liBhed oirfflcrchaut stiiet, Gasclle Huild.
inr. (I'ost.Olllee Letter Box E.), nd
only charges leasnnahle rates for adver.
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alnlu'ti fttrcetH.
Open every Day and Evening.
The Library consists at tho piesent
thno of over Five Tlioii-and Volumes.
The Reading Room U nipplicd with
about llfty of the leading newspapers
A Parlor is provided for conversation
Terms of membership, llfty. cents a
mouth, payable quarterly In advance.
'o formality required in joining except
signing the roll.
Stranger.-? from foreign countries and
visitors from tlio other Mauds aro wel
come to the room-, at till times as guests.
This A.-uiolatloii having 110 regular
means of ,-nnpoit except the dues of
members, U U expected thai ieldents
of Honolulu wlio (It'-lio to avail them
selves of Its privileges, and all who feel
1111 iutei e,-t lu maintaining 1111 iuntitiilloa
of this kind, will put down (heir names
aud hei'oinu icgiilar coiitilhutors.
S. 11. DOLE. President,
M. M. SCOTT, Vice President,
JI. A. J'AKMELKE. Seeietmy,
A L. SMITH. Trcai-urur,
O. T. RODGEItS, M.D.,
Chairman Hall and Library lounultteo.
rpiIB undeisigni'il is p'cpnri'd to fur
X nish specimen- ol all the
Forns of tho Hawaiian Islands
at reasonable rate?.
Complete CoIm'1oiik embrac
ing HO varieties 1 u ivn'iiii)g2U families
prepared to order only. These colkciii ns
display aiitiui fibiniB iifcui-li Imu with
roots and other inqmrla' 1 pint- of each
plant, t'olleelious eiuhiacuig fiom t-'O
to bO varieties elegantly mounted and
decoialed with uios-i'S, lichens and mi.
weeds peculiar to tho Islands always on
hand at Min. King line.' Ait More,
Fort Htteet, Honolulu.
Packages of llm spores of all varieties
of ferns found In the gioup for sale.
These packages are guaranteed to contain
fjosh spores and aro H'cmcly put up and
accurately named. I'rlre per packet 10
Pamphlet containing particulars iu
reference to living plants, with a cata.
logtio of the ferns mailed to any mltlrcMi
within the Poitul Union upon iccelpt of
B cent stamp, Addx-hs.
' F. I,. CLARKE,
87 Honolulu, Ouhu, 11. 1.
Having tecum) Ihe Scrvicos of
G-eo. C, Stratemeyer
wo aro prcimri'd to executo all
HONOLULU 1M.AXING MILLS.
Is now adjoining the rear of
Banjo and Guitar,
10. .3. jViilely,
ItST For teriiH, apply to
100 lm WEST, DOW & CO.
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, Sartaparllln,
Fruit Syiupsuutl EscnrcMtnil
made from the pure Apple, all of which
we guai aiilcc to lie the best.
t&" Wo aUo invito parties intending
starting htoies for the sale of ioco
drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
to cull on us before going elsewhere.
Till Crystal Sola Works,
P. O. Box !!!)7, Honolulu.
Will bo open every afternoon and even.
ing as followa:
Monday, TucHituy, 1Vei!iieHday and
To tho public in general.
For ladies and ci utlemen.
Kul unlay Al'tcinoiniM.
For ladies, gentlemen and children.
Lc-pohs in Fancy Sb'ting.
CHUNG has purchased the
TT InisliictH of
the firm of Siinir In
Tui Com, may, Timmllhs. llaunukea
Street, from Chok Wn. Accounts due
by and owing to the tlrm will lm n'tlled
by WMl OIIUNG.
Honolulu, August 8, 18S0. 17 aw
Burnt Out, but Nol Dead !
Ryaii's Mt-BiiiiE Slop
Friday and Saturday Kenings.
Win 1AM WALL, Managw.
jHSjHi' 1 lis
jJtflkA House and Lot off tho i'aUM
EHSfifi Valley Road, near tho now
mWMM Punchbowl Street JJridgo.
House contaiis fi rooms1. Bathroom,
Kitchen and Pantry. OutbouEC consist
ing of Stable, Orringc House and Uar.
ntM room. Tho grouuds arc planted
with choice trees. To bo sold cheap for
ciuh. Apply to
J M. MONSARRAT,
15 tf No. 27 Merchant Streol.
Election ol Oflicers.
AT the annual meeting of tho Halawa
Sugar Company, held August 28,
1880, the following olllccrs were elected
for tho ensuing year:
John H. Pnty President
Peter C. Jones Treasurer
Joseph O. Carter Secretary
George J. Koss Auditor
Directors Thos. It. Foster and .Ins. A.
Hopper. .l.O. CARTElt,
Sccretnry Hulaua Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Aug. a;i. 188H. 12 lm
of the United States is the Best com.
puny with which to Assure.
I. Because of its Safety.
Its surplus Is larger than that of any
other ansurance company.
II. Because of its Promptness.
Of 1,0115 death claims paid lu 18S5,
nearly one-half were paid the very day
proofs wero received; while of the re
mainder, the majority vee paid within
the following three days. No other
company can show Mich a record.
of its Liberality and
All policies are incontestahlk after
three years. All IneonteMvtiie policies
arc payable immediately upon iccelpt
of proofs of death. The Society's
policy contract is clear aud simple, and
libel al lu ib conditions. lis Non-for-felting
Tontine (orSenii-Tontlne) policy
affords all the ultimate beucllis of the
full Tontine, aud has during its earlier
years thu surieuder value aud other
material advantages of ordinary life
No other company Is pa) Ing uu lm
policies, as large prollts as are shown
under the Euuiiable's manned Tontine
policies with llfteeu-yeiir periods. Per
sons desiring assurance may obtain
estimates of the probable results of
similar policies, and of policies with
twenty-year terms, which are expected
to show even larger protlts.
V. Prospective Advantages.
The unexampled progress of the
Equitable in the past Is the bestguaran
tce of the Increasing future value of
assurance with the Kquitnulu.
Liabilities, oii.U'Jl ,I48.U7
Surplus on tho New York
Standard, 17,4'J5,3l't) 40
New Assuruuce lu 188S,...9U(!,011,37S.O0
a larger business thuu that of any other
Total Paid Policy
holders in 1885
Miice Organisation,.... 88i2Hl".66
Income in 1883, ic,5'J0,033.18
lllll If,ll..tl...l.ln..c I
Increase iu Premium In
Increase iu Surplus 3,378,1122.03
Increase hi Assets, 8,3t),4G1.9ti
For full particulars apply to
ALEX. .J. CAUTWRIGHT,
No. 3. Kualiumami St.,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire &. Marino Insur'ce Agents.
Tlie .w Itaiclund
MUTUAL LIFE INS. COMP'Y,
of lies ton.
The JEtna Fixe Insurance Co.
of Hartford, Coun.
, The Union Fire iuid
Marine Insurance Co.
ot 6111 Fianclbco, Cula.
Capital, 9,000,000 ItcicMmurltt.
'TMIK undesigned, humig hiet. .,,
X pointed iigini ol thu il.ovc Cuuipnu
for tho Hauaiun Islands, is prcp.iitu 10
accept rjbkb, against File, on Utiiloii.)',
Mills etc., 011 the rtuit-t Fhm inl.le Turin,
Losses Promptly Adjusted and PajADlt In
C70 ly a. WiliUi A- LV.
The fiuituble Jjife Awimnei
Society ut' the United
KNTAUMHIII',1) IX IHliU.
ISSUES Policies on tlieiuoht tippiuved
plant!, viz i-Ordiimry Life, Llfu. Limit,
ed Payments, Kudomnents; 'I online
Barings Fund, Timiines, Seiiii.Toniineii;
A. B. C. Tontines; Life and Survivor,
ship Annutiii'; CliililrenV Kndov.ineiit,
Joint Lifo Hlsks, Paitucrilp Iusmanr,
etc., etc., tic.
Policies both Incontestable nd Non
Contested claims, none.
Before insuring elsewhere, call and
jet an estimate.
It U calculated that aytry reasonable
wish of the insured is embodied in ce
or moru of tho plans.
For full particulars and pamphlet,
ALEX. J. UAllTWUltillT,
Otueral Agent for ilawuiiuu Lduuds.
L I .JIUlA House nntl Lot off the i'alio 4