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WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 8.'l88G.
Bilt bk Islo of Erin, Jus Inkslcr 145 days
Am hlctno Amclln, W Xcwhall, 10
days fiom Etiiekn, Humboldt
Am tern J 0 Ford, 20)5 days from
Bktne Klllkltat, Otter 25 days from
Bus S 8 Moskwafor San Francisco
Stair Jiuncs JInkec for Wulunae and
Kauai at 12 noon
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Hark California for Poit Townsend
Sehr Canute for Hawaii
VESSELS IN PORT.
Japaneso man-of-war Tsukuba, Fukus-
Am ship Melrose. ICnlb
Schr Jo Fold Griffith
Uktno Amelia New ball
Bklslc of Klin, .Ins Inkster
Bktne Klllkltat, Cutter
AinbkEdwaid May, Johii'on
Bk Don Xicohit, Boss
Bktne Malay, Moichoitc
Fred 1' Litchfield, Ihullett
Haw brig Allle Howe, J Phillip,
Am baik California, Davis
Nle bk Blniljio, Howard, fiom De
parture Bay, B C, due .lune 25-:t0.
Gcr baik Pacific, Oltman, from Bre
men, due Sept 20-30.
Am bark Elslnoie, GWJcnks. from
Newcastle, X S V, due August 20-30.
Am baik Pacific Slope, Barnes, from
Newcastle, X S W, due September
Brit baik W II Wiit'on, fiom Liver
pool, sailed June 9th, due here October
Brit sblp Amaua, sailed from London,
April Gtb, and from Madeira April 24tb,
duo bere August 24-31.
llrlt laik liouerag, sailed fiom Llver
jiool, June 5th, duo here October rird
Am bktne Planter, "W B Perrlman,
from Port Townsend, W T, duo Sept
Am bgtne Sallna. Blake, from San
Francisco, due Aug 20-25
Am bk Forest Queen, Winding, due
For Kuual, per steamer Waialealc,
September- "th: Bev Bingham. J 11
Soper., Jliss 1j ! leucnuerg, 11 u morion,
V Knudseu, Mis Ada Kmidcn. Mrs
Graham, A Hanneberg. Miss May Gieen,
Miss Xaney Xeediiam, J K Burkett, W
D Schmidt, Win Heine, and about 50
For HamaUua, per steamer C B Bis
hop, September 7th : Bev Isaac Goodell,
Mrs M. W Cooke, Mr Biehard, nud 40
Forllilo and Pepcokco, per schooner
Haleakala, September 5th: James II
Bolster. J C Cook, and Miss EScbelnier.
For Wailuku, Walhee, etc , Maui, per
steamer Likellke, September 7th: Mrs
J W Knliu and family, Miss Lizzie K
Brooks, P X Makee, Hon L Aholo, S
Bothwell, Sister Benedicta, T E Clarke,
Bros Charles C Copp, w ife and son,
MrSkeltou, Mis E E Crook, and about
"The ljgtne Clans Spreckels sailed
westerds' for San Fianelsco with 420
"bags sugar, 1.400 bags lice, and 135
Imndle bananas, value S,772.
The ship Mtjrosi' w hieli arrived from
Yoxt Townsend last Monday, brought
774,002 feet of lumber, and 70,750 cedar
shingles. She is consigned to Brewer
& Co. , , ,
The baik Litchfield having finished
.discharging will prepare to sail for
Hongkong about Monday next.
The Canute having been hauled upon
the Marine Railway and thoioughly
cleaned was lowered tills morning and
will take 100 tons of coal to theRcclpro-
city Sugur Co.
The schooner J O Ford Griffith mas
ter ariived this morning 20) days from
San Francisco, with 11 large load of
ceneral uicichaudise. She is consigned
to Hackfeld & Co. and Is docked at
The bktne Amelia Captain Xewhall,
arrived this moi ning 10 days fromEu
leka Humboldt, with 404,072 feet of B
W lumber and 170,000 shingles for
Allen & Robinson. She had light trade
winds throughout, the passage.
The bktne Klikitat B Cutter, master,
arrived this inoriih g 25 days from Poit
Townsend, with 477,403 feet rough X
W lumber, 130,354 feet of dressed luiii
ll)er, '28,000 shingles and 15 spars. She
Is consigned to Hackfeld 60 Co. and is
.anchored in tho stieam.
Dr. Flint's Heakt Remedy is a
Specilic for all forms of Heart Dis
ease mid also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agent, - 354
Artists' Mutetinls, Plaques, Panels
Btrotchors, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. 24 Ct.
Home-made Chocolate nnd Fancy
Creams, acknowledged to bo far
auperior to any imported, on account
of their softness, fieshness and flavor,
always on hand at F. IIOUN'S
Pioneer Stenin Candy Factory,
Bakery, and Ico Cienm Booms; Hotel
street, botween Fort and Nluuinu.
Tin: undersigned lespectfully in
forms HcikIh of families, Restaurants
tinil Piivato parties that ho bells his
now tuiivei sally acknowledged su
perior Ico Ciouni, for which tho de
mand luiH doubled in tho short space
tof tiino of 1 month, cheaper than
what adiiltoiated compounds of so
sillied Ice Cienm is sold for,
Practical Confectioner, Pastry cook
nnd Ornaniouter. HI
Patronize Homo Industry by buy
ing oignis of J. Vi'. Hingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
Woiks, wheio ho is piopaiod to fill all
onlois at tho lowebt possible whole
sale pi ices. Ihhmd orders bolicited
nnd promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealeis is lespectfully invited to
II1U JUCl 111) UCCtlbU 1
bell theso eigtus. Do
' ."''nanio J. V. Hingloy,
Crystal Soda Woiks, 1
tho fact "no license is requited" to
not forget thu
nor tho place-
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
The Honolulu Rifles will meet fit
their armory this cAcning, for drill.
- 1 ii
Tin: bark Islo of Erin will com
mence discharging to-inonow morn
ing. . - . .
Mn. E. B. Byan ia lcpairing Mr.
Herbert's htcaiu launch, at the boat
Mn. S. M. Carter will givo the
Jnpnnese man-ot-war 135 tons of
. . . '
Messhs. E. P. Adams fc Co.'s regu
lar cash Ealo begins at 10 o'clock to
Tiik Astor House has again closed
its doom, and gone up tho spout for
nbout s'tecnth time.
Wii.dkk fc Co. have purchased the
lumber that came by the barkentinc
Klikitat this liiorning.
Akona, a native Hawaiian, return
ed home by tho barkentino Klikitat
from Port Townsend, this 11101 ning.
Eiohthkn fnt cuirieil chickens,
served with rice, weio consumed by
tho patroiiB of the Beaver, at noon
Tub Portuguese Brass Band, of
which there was considerable talk
sonic time ago, have got their instru
ments from France.
Tub lumber that came by tho ship
Melrose, last Monday, from Port
Townsend, has been bought by
Messrs. Lowers & Cooke.
At the 7:30 o'clock prayer and
praise service this evening at the
Lyceum, E. C. Oggel, the pastor,
will give a Bible reading.
Tun regular monthly meeting of
The Women's Church Aid Society
will bo held at tho Y. M. C. A. to
morrow, Sept. 9th, at 2 :30 o'clock.
Mn. C. B. Wilson, Superintendent
of Water Works, has a notice in this
issue important to householders, and
should not be overlooked by them.
It has taken 145 days to transport
the Isle of Erin, from the Xorth-East
corner of the Atlantic, to the mid
Pacific. May she rest tranquil in her
Tun sailing of tho steamer Jas.
Makee was postponed from 12 o'clock
until 2 o'clock, this afternoon, to
accommodate Col. Z. S. Spalding,
who left by her.
- The Temple 6f Fashion people are
continuing tho war declared at tho
begining of the present month. A
new proclamation came too late for
publication to-day, but will startle
our readeis to-morrow.
Mns. Dudoit gave over the manage
ment of the Dudoit boarding house
to Mr. J. A. Palmer a few months
ago, and that gentleman having re
linguished the charge, Mrs. Dudoit
has again taken the management.
In the regular oulcrof the Oceanic
Co.'s steamers' movements, to-day
would have been the day for the ar
rival of the steamship Australia, but
owing to the change of arrangements
no mail may be looked for until the
through mail on the 22nd instant.
Tiiuee horses shipped by Mr. Sam.
Allen in San Francisco, came hero
by the schooner J. C. Ford, this
morning. Two of the horses are for
Messrs. Allen & Robinson's lumber
wagons, while the other is a carriage
horse for Mr. Mark Bobinson's own
Tun tug Eleu, while nearing the
barkentino Amelia, this morning, to
take the tow line, was lifted by 11
heavy swell and thrown against the
Amelia. Tho bow of the tug struck
the barkentine on the starboard side
at the fore-channel, breaking that
timber to splinters.
On tho completion of repairs to
the S. S. Iwalani, there will bo a con
siderable amount of changes made
in tho various commands of tho 1. 1.
S. X. Co.'s steamers, including a pro
motion. Captain Weir of the S. S.
James Makee is wearied of his charge,
and will probably be removed to a
more substantial vessel.
Captain Ncwhall, of tho Amelia,
brought a centcrboard yacht from
Eureka, Humboldt, this trip. The
yacht is named tho Belle of the Bay.
It will comfortably seat about 15
persons, is thoroughly fitted with new
sails, oars nnd other fixtures. The
captain offers her for sale at $150
and is willing to allow intending pur
chaser to try her action and to test
Mrs. F. II, IJnysclden and Miss E.
Turton paid a visit to the Legislature
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Allen aro yet in
San Francisco, staying at tho Occi
dental Hotel. They will return to
llonolulif by the next steamer.
SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY.
At noon to-moirow, Mossrs. K. P.
Adams & Co. will hold n sale of
valuablo property belonging to tho
Hast Maui Plantation Company, nnd
situated Jit Maknwao, Maui. It
comprises upwards of 2,000 acres
of land, boino of which is pasture
nnd woo'd hind, nnd 11 portion plant
cane and ratoous. Also 200 head
of working oxen, 250 cows nnd
calves, horses, mares and colts, ox
carts, yokes anil chains, a 0-ton
bitgar mill, mill buildings, dwelling
houses, water rights, and n quantity
of leased laud briugiug inaieutul
of $100 a year. The whole of this
valuablo lot will lip offered at an
upset price of 850,000 payable in
U. S. gold coiu. Thu sale will tnko
place at the auction room, Queen
THE I9LE OP ERIN.
Tho Iron hark Islo of Erin, Jns.
Inkster, master, nriivcd this morn
ing, 141 days from Glasgow. SI10
had fair weather to hit. 50 S. At
lantic, whero she encountered west
erly gales which lasted '28 days,
after which time she was at lat.
50 S. Pacific. At the Horn tho
weather was sevcie. The most
southerly point mado dining the
voyiigo was lat. 57 SO She left
Glasgow April IGth, nnd on May
lOlh crossed the Equator in the
Atlantic In long. 2!1 W. When
in lat. 14 N. Pacific, tcceived the
northeast trade winds, and carried
them to poit. The Isle of Erin is
docked at the V. M. S. S. Co.'s
wharf. Shu is consigned to Mcssis.
G. W. Mncfatlano & Co., nnd has
850 tons of genctal merchandise for
this port, and 175 tons of coal for
Is Honolulu a curious place, or
rue the people of Honolulu curious?
was asked this morning. Judging
from two incidents that occurred
this forenoon it is the people that
must bo curious. A horse belonging
to a Chinaman, nnd hitched to a
drny, laid down on King street, near
Hall & Son's, this morning, -and be
fore the animal could regain his feet,
a ciowd of curious people
gathered around. Persons employed
in neighboring stores dropped their
works, and ran out to see what was up.
Five minutes afterwards, two Scotch
terriers began fighting in front of
Irwin & Co.'s, and of course every
body on that block had to stop
and see the light. Even an cldeilj
gentleman who was riding along in
his buggy halted to see the finish,
while nearly all the clerks in that
neighborhood rushed to the street.
Things are usually so quite hcie,
and tho boys are so eager for a little
amusement, that the least occur
rence outside the general run, at
tracts their attention.
THE MOSKWA PARTY AT THE HA
The round of engagements ar
ranged by J. W. Plluger, Esq.,
Russian Vice-Consul, for the enter
tainment yesterday of Vice-Admiral
Shestakof'f and Lady Sheslakoff,
Prince Ferdinand Wittgenstein,
Prince Alexander Prosorowsky Gal
itzine, Capt. O. Radloff, and ofllcers
of the Russian ship Moskwa, termin
ated by a bond concert at the Ha
waiian Hotel last night. After the
reception at the Palace by His Maj
esty, the party drove to Princess Li
liuokalani's residence at Palama, and
were presented to that lady. From
there they were driven ti the resi
dence of the Hon. Mr. Cleghorn at
Waikiki, where they were presentd
to Princess Likelike and Princess
Kaiulani. In the evening they re
turned to the Hawaiian Hotel to be
regaled with substantial creature
comforts and Professor Beiger's
excellent music. The Band was
stationed in the usual place in the
yard, and pla3'cd a piogramme which
lasted from 7:30 to 10 o'clock. The
Moskwa people seemed to enjoy the
music exceedingly. The Hotel was
brilliantly illuminated for the occa
sion. Mr. Piluger, His Excellency
R. J. Creighton, and Mr. J. S.
Webb of the Foreign Of lice, did
their best, and with success, to
entertain the guests of the occasion.
Among the visitors were Govern
ment officials, the official representa
tives of foreign countries, and many
What everybody needs at the pro
sent hot spell is something cool and
refreshing. Thero is nothing like
the supciior handmado Ice Ci earns,
Sherbets and Fruit Ices served at tho
Elite Ice Cream I'm lots, 85 Hotel
street. Keep our fancy cakes and
candies in mind. They can't bo beat.
The largest btock and greatest
variety of homo manufactured,
strictly puro Candies, can only bo
found at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Bakery, and Ice Cream
Rooms, No. 71, Hotel sheet, between
Fort and Nuuanu streets. F. HORN,
Proprietor, Practical Confectioner
and Pastry Cook and Orhamenter.
Fresh home-made Hnwaiian
Chocolate, Strawberry, Vanilla and
other Flavored Caramels always on
hand, guaranteed to be far superior
to any imported, and sold cheaper
at the above establishment than any
where else. Both Telcphono 7-1.
The finest, most delicious nnd
richest steam made Ico Cream, for its
purity and genuineness, I herewith
publicly guuranteo can only he found
in Honolulu, at tho Pioneer Stcnni
Confectionery, Bakery anil Coinfoit
ablu Cool Ico Cream Room, Hotel,
between Nuuanu and Fort Btreets.
Mutual und Bell Telephone No. 74.
Fresh, Steain-froen, Pure und
Richest Ice Cream, every day. No
Cream frozen over tho second, third,
or even tho fourth day. Sold at tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory,
Bakery, und Ico Cream Rooms. F.
HORN, Proprietor, Hotel, between
Fort and Nuuanu Btreets. Both
telephones, No. 74. 18
KAPIOLAN1 BATH HOUSE 1
kapioluui Bath House!
If cleanliness is next to godlincbS,
go to thu above named icMirt, near
the Marino Railway, wheio you can
got tho beht nppetior in tho woihl
fiesh air and salt water bathing und
boating. Rcficshinents and cold
drinks upstairs, 1(1
TENDERS FOR LEPER SETTLEMENT
Tho following is 11 list of tho
tenders accepted by the Board of
Health, for supplies to the Leper
Settlement, for one year, commenc
ing on October 1, 18GG:
J. Hopper, No. 1 rice, 1.75 per
J. I. Dow sett, Hnwaiian salt, 05
cents per 100 pounds.
Mrs. K. Loc, Hawaiian medium
bread, $1.50 per 100 pounds.
McChcsney & Son, brown soap,
$5.75 per 100 pounds.
S. K. Kamaipelekane and J. Naza
reka, for paiai, 43 cents per bundle
of 21 pounds of p.iiai each.
J. T. Wntcrhouse, kerosene oil,
150 deg. test, 25 cents per gallon.
W. G. Irwin & Co., salmon, 811
W. G. Irwin & Co., No. 1 Golden
Gate Hour, 5.50 per barrel.
V. G. Irwin Irwin & Co., No. 1
sugar, Hawaiian, S5 per 100 pounds.
Mr. Van Dorn, sheep, 83.50 per
There was only one tender offered
for beef to average 550 pounds, viz. :
S30 per head, which was considered
too high by the Board of Health and
which was, therefore, not accepted.
The foregoing tenders, with the ex
ception of rice, which is now ruling'
quite low, ale at about the same rate
paid by the Board of Health during
the past two years. P. C. Advertiser.
London, August 27th. In tho
House of Commons to-dny Sexton
challenged Lord Randolph Churchill
to deny that land purchase formed
part of the Government's scheme.
Cheers, "Mr. Cnamberlain," ho
continued, "was master of the use
ful art of suppressing any part of
his case which did not serve his pur
pose, and such practice was not cal
culated to give the politician a per
manent advantage in the eyes of
English gentleman, f Cheers. The
British Government being partly
answciablc for the wrong-doing of
Irish landlords. Mr. Gladstone had
made the landlords the most brilliant
offer they ever had. When that
offer was spurned and used to bring
discredit upon the offer, there was
no obligation in order to renew it.
If there were any more talk about
honor Mr. Gladstone could doubt
less say as Lady Tcasalc said to
Charles Surface: 'Had wo not
better leave honor out of the ques
tion?' Laughter. Ceitainly, Mr.
Gladstone would never make Mr.
Chamberlain judge or custodian of
Mr. Sexton believed that the Libe
rals of the future would be a party
to the plundering of Ireland.
Cheers. Mr. Gladstone's Land
Purchase scheme was secured by
every penny of' the public revenue
of Ireland. This was a security of
7,000,000 yearly to cover the
charge of 2,000,000 yearly. True,
the union would havc,resuited from
an adoption of that policy, and no
unnatutal combination of intriguing
politicians could long delay that
union. The appointing of General
Buller would not promote such a
union, but would give Ireland the
ehaiacter of a foreign country.
Chamberlain, despite the condition
of Ireland, was content to wait as
long as the Government wished. If
Chamberlain had lived in the of
Xcro he would have played second
fiddle while Rome was burning."
Grcat laughter. Sexton spoke
for nearly two hours. Chamberlain
entered the House shortly after Sex
ton commenced and remained until
he had finished. Attn California.
A DANCEROUS EXPERIMENT.
The good people of Ventura arc
going to try a novel experiment in
sprinkling streets with crude petro
leum instead of water. It is thought
that oil, after two or three sprinkles,
will lay the dust for months. If
the streets arc oiled the ladies will
ho obliged to wear short dresses,
and the Hies will leave town. The
experiment is looked for with much
interest. That it will lay the dust
quite permanently is well known,
hut How will the people like it.
Los Angeles Herald.
Chun. Brewer & Co.'s Bos
Lino of Packets.
Shippcis will plcne take no
tiee that a llrst.clai-a vessel
will be In llu; berth louding
for this noit in November, to
bail December 1st. Orders should leave
here by steamer of October lt to have
Another lliht-cluss vessel will sail for
tills port 011 or about the Ibt day of
March. 1887, of which further notice
will bo given.
For pjrllcul.irs, apply to
O. HIJKWEH it CO., Agents.
Honolulu, Aim 21, IrtMi, 18
DUUING my itl.mice from the King,
(loin MK C. HUBTAOK holds my
power of attorney to uu for mu, and
MK. W. II. IIUDDY U authorized to re
eeivi) moneys and sign ricii,iiH lor me.
Srap Work?, Luloo, Honolulu, Aug
2d, lt8(l. 17 tf
NOTICE of TRESPASS.
ALL unknown persons found entering
tho Ktnbli.n or premises oceupud
by the uniicrslgiud, 011 the uuikai side,
of Oaliu Pilnoii, ufter H o'clock ut niplit,
will bu liable to being arrested or bhot.
CHUN KUI SUK.
PrlhOii Ilond, Honolulu, September 2,
1880. 2,1 lw
NOTH'K It. hereby given that Mr.
JAR l;0O SIN hiivhi',' sol I out all
his liiloieiH in thu Kong Wo & Co, Cur.
penler Shop isutiiimi Street, to Mr
Su ICcc. is no louuer
(uponsibh' lor tho
I Company debts.
Bv order of llic Trnlees of the Hethel
Church, 1 will .-ill at Public Auction, nt
my Salesroom, In I loin lulu, on
SATURDAY, Sept. 25, '80,
nt IS o'clock, nnoii,
that very valuable and ilolrnblo pro
petty owned lytlio Butlitl Church
AFOcillon, and known us the
situate at thu corner of Klnsj and Bethel
The dimensions of tho whole lot is a
follnwi viz: On King s-lni't (i!.5 fed
(S a; 40' E) on Hot lid. street, 121.0
feet (S 0i 25' Wl adjoining Sailors'
Home. 67 5 feet (N 17 00 W) on the
Ewa side, back part, 112.75 feet (N 02
20" E) to the initial point. The pro.
pcrty Is lnid out in four magnificent
building lots, as follows, viz:
1 Lot facing: on King; St.,
1 Lot corner King; & Bethel
2 Lots facing; Bethel St.
Bethel street is to be widened to CO
feet, making tills a vety valuable, build,
hig site tor business holies.
A plan of this piopctty cun lie seen
JST" Terms tiro Cisli, the liilance
to be p'lid in cpiai InMnlhiii'iitF, In 2
nnd 3 ,V'jar, Fecund by Ih-t mortgage
upon the premises s-ol'd, and improve
ments hcie liter plnced thereon. Inteiesl
at tho rale of 8 per c nt per annum, pay.
utile scmhuuuunlly, ficc of taxes. Prin
cipal and ititei est paablr in U. S. Gobi
Deeds at the expense of pmeliaser.
J. LYONS, Auctioneer.
St. Louis' College
Boarding and Day School
FOU BOYS AT
Mho Course of Instruction embraces
all the brandies of a good Clnistiau
and Commeicial Educnli''ii. A Speciil
Class has hetn foiuuil tills year for ml.
vanccd cliolais. Latin Greik, Ficnch
and German ure optional.
For Day Sclinhus, f.Ou, 7"ic, 1, 81.50
The Ho rdinjr l)i pirtnn-iit (.onsi'-ls of
twrt distinct clai&u. of pupil.
Hoard nnd Tuition, 1st Clas, pur
Boird and I'milon, 2nd Cluv, per
ItiMiiitucnlal Millie, cr monlh.. t
Vocal Jfu-ic & Drawing free 1 f charge.
Laundry Expenses, perm mtli.... 2
Hcdic.il attendance fonm extra
charge, aho, repairs of all kindx.
llouks and Stationery at cm rent rates.
Payments miibt be inudo quarterly
(every 1 months) and in advance.
Every Hoarder must be provided witii
bed clothe-', inalliase, two nitwit
you ns, suvi'iiil suiti of clothing for Sun
days nnd week dun, six -hiils, six
pocket hamlki'iehh'N. thrie ndrs of
blockings, collar-, and ties, three pairs
of thoe:. all mm kid. Aloo, toilet arti
cles, such us hair tiruMi, tnoili, nail and
shoo bnife'hcs. combs, boap ami blacking.
For ndmi'hinn as Hoauluis cuitillcnius
of good inoriil chaiactei and of health
Uuitorins will bu obligatory for
Boaiders may spend the first B-iturday
of cvciy mouth with their parents or
A quarterly report of the health, con
duct and improvement of every boarder
will be sent to his parents or guaidinns.
The Sc-siou comniciires this cur on
MONDAY, September 13, 1680.
8" For furthci puiticuhirs apply to
20 Father Sylvester, S.S., C.C.
The Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on h 11 1 for sujo
Steam Family and Black mith Coal
and u gcne.ni! ussnitinent of
us Bar iron. fly
llaw'nCiiimiKi-Miinf'gCii, iji 00 100
E. O. Hull A hon, fc 75 100
Bell Telephone, 3U In
O. Brewer & Co., UU 100
Woodhiwn Dairy, Nil '100
Wuiluku Sugar Co., 97 100
Wnimunalo, 170 100
Star Mill. t fi (500
Reciprocity Hugar'Co., M) 10f.
Ice Conipuny, 87 100
Intcr.Idund S. N. Co , 10
L.A THURSTON, Stock Hroliei.
34 Merchant St 1 eel Ifil ly
rpiIK undeisigueil it piepared to fur
JL nish specimen of nil 1)10
Ferns of thu Hawaiian Islands
nt rratiOimblc intef,
Cuiliplt'tu 1'olk'ciioiiN cuihrac.
big Mtlvurii'tiu'.tu 11 em li g 20 families
prepnitd loonier 11 y. These (ollieilens
display oiiiiHi fi- 11 ol in b fern with
roots and oilier unpi,ii.i 1 pmtx of eiieh
plant. Collect iuiii embriie ug Iruiu 'JO
to Ml vailctjc Lloijiintly mouiileil and
decorated with nioa-ii-, lielieun nnd t-cu.
weeds peculiar to thu U mils always 011
hand at Mciiv. King Jlriif.' Art hlore,
Fort Street, Honolulu,
Packages of the spore of all varieties
of ferns found in the group lor Mile.
Tlii'M) packages iirngimmnU'id lorniitnin
fro3h spiire and ariiheeiiiely put Up mid
accurately iiiiiuul. 1'iice per packet 10
Pamphlet contnh'Ing p.iitieiilars In
reference to living plains, with a eutiu
oguu of thu fcriis'intiiloil to any addicts
within the l'oatnl Uiihiu upon leccipt of
5 tout ktiimp. Addii'114,
V L CLAHIvL
87 llouululu, Oaliu, ii'. I,
Having ccuitd the Services of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wo arc prepared to execute all ,
I-Iousc or feng-w
llONOLULU PLANING MILLS,
Burut Outjiil Not Dead !
Byau's Boal-Biiillii Shop
Is now adjoining the rear of
Banjo and Guitar,
J. .J. -iYpilel-,
A Thorough Teacher.
OT For lunns, uiipb to
4001m wj:st. now & co.
Crystal Soda forte
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, S-arMiparlllu,
Fruit Sjrtipt.aml Escncus und
made from the puic Apple, all of which
we guaiuntee to be the bct.
iffiT We also
invite parties' intending
darting stores for"
llic sale or iced
drinks and wishing fountain Mipplies,
to call on us liuiorc going tlsewhere
Tin Crystal Ma Works,
P. O. Rox !;tl7, Honolulu.
Will be open evei. nlteruoun nnd even.
iii n- follows:
Sloiiday, TiicMtny, WeilncKilay nnd
To I he public in general.
For ladies mid nentlemen.
For ludie, geiillenun and children.
Lemons in liiney,Sknting.
Friday and .s:ituiiht Cvcnings.
WILLIAM WALL, Manager.
WAll CHI Mi
has purchased thq
the lit tit of Buiiir In
T T huilies of
'Ut uuiup.iuy, 'iiinmiius, juuiiniiiiea
titriet, from Choi; Wu Accouuti due
tv uu 1 owing to the llrm will he settled
by VfAH CHUNG.
Honolulu, Augiibt 28, lttftO. 17 'in
1 r.7z7. VUMZCUPJ M
House and Lot on" the lauo
Valley lioad, near the now
PunciiLowI Sttcet Brldce.
House contains 5 rooinr, Bathroom,
Kitchen and Pantry Out homo consist
hiK of StnblP. CVminge House nnd Hrir
ticss room. TI10 grounds arc rdnntcd
w ith choice trciA Jo bo sold cheap for
en- h. Apply to
J M. MONSARR-AT,
Ifi tf N'o '47 Merchant Nlrtel.
Election ol Ollicerg.
AT the nnnunl meeting of the iliilawa
Sugar Company, held August 23,
1880, the follow lug officers were elected
for the ensuing ear:
John H. l'aty President
Peter C. Jones ....Treasurer
Joseph O. Cuter Secretary
George J. Ho?. Auditor
Directors Tlnw. II. Foster and Jas. A.
Hopper. J. O. CAM EH,
Secretary I Inlaw it Sugar Co.
Honolulu. Am,', 2.1. 1B8(I. 12 lm
of the United Suites is the Best com
pany with which to Afhiuc.
I. Because of its Safety.
Its surplus is larger thuu that of uuy
other assurance company.
II. Because of Its Promptness.
Of 1,013 death claims paid in ISi',,
nearly one-half weie paid the very day
proofs were iccelved; while of the re
mainder, the majority wee paid within
the following tntee days. No other
company can show such 11 record.
of its Liberality and
All policies arc in con-testa nut after
three years. All incontestable policies
ure payable immediately upon leceipt
of proofs of death. The Society's
policy contract is clear and simple, and
llbcial in its conditions. Its Xou-for-f
citing Tontine (orScnil-Toutiue) policy
affords all the ultimate beuetltH of the
full Tontine, and has during its earlier
years the surrender value and other
material advantages of ordinary life
No other company is iaiug on its
policies, as large proilts as are shown
under the Kipihuble's nritmed Tontine
policies with llftcen-year periods. Per
sons debiting ussiiiaiii.o may obtain
estimate of the probable lesulls uf
similar policies, and of policicK with
twenty-year terms, which aie expected
to sliow even l.uger p'ollts.
V. Prospective Advantages.
The unexampled progies of the
Equitable, in tho past 1 the best guaran
tee of ilio..lnt't easing Inane value of
assinuuce With the Equitable.
Liabilities, r2,001 , 148.37
Suiplus on thu New Yoik
Stundai d, S17,40r,32ll 10
New Assurance in 1SS5,.., .yjU,011,'J7fc.Co
a larger business thau that of any other
Outstanding 1 s.,..
Total IMiU l'ollcy- ) , ..,. n.
holdeih in ISM...... J ',138,080.05
Paid Policy holders ( fi , - .
biucc Organization,.... J VlM'G-t8
Income in l&Si, 1U,C'J0,0o3.13
Increase In Premium In
Increase in Surplus 3,378,022.03
Increase in AsseU, 8,3Ol,401.U6
For full paitlculars apply to
ALEX. J. CAKTW1UGHT,
No. 3. Kualimuaiiu 1st.,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire &. Marine Insur'co Agents.
Thu ev r.iiKlnud
The JEtna Fire Insurance Co.
of llartfoid, Conn.
The Union fr'lrn ami
Marine Insurance Co.
of Bull Fiuucisco, Cnlu.
Capital 9.000.000 Relchtmtrki.
rpilE underuljjned, having bieu j.
X pointed ttgiiu of Hie above Compuuy
for the Huwatiuii Isluudb, in piepartil to
accept risks, uguinst Fire, on Uuildintt,
Furniture, JUrcUundlse, Piodnct .Sugut
MIIU etc., on the iiiom Kavinablc Term
Loues Promptly Adjusted and Payable in
070 ly .1 W i lih 1 A, Co .
The ttqiiitutilu l.it'u Anhiirtuicl
Society of the United
Si at un.
KMTAIII.Ifelir.ll IX IH3V.
XSfiUES l'oliclcn 011 llieliu-! 1)111.11(1
piano, vlz:-Oiilimir. l.lfi'.l.ilo.Liiull.
cd I'aymeuis, Endow uienin; Tuntlne
A. H. C. Toiitiiio; Life hi. d bin v Ivor,
ship Aliuullluh ; Chlldruu'b Kudow inelitM,
Joint Life Hlbks, Partnership lubiirni.ee,
etc., etc, itc.
Policies liotli Inconicsiiible and Nou
ConteiliMl claims, none.
lleforu Insuring eJbewhere, cull und
get an estimate.
It la calculated that every reasonable
wish of tho Insured is embodied In om
or more of the plans.
For full partlottiurR and puiuphl4t
AMiX. J. CAItTYVItUJJIT.
Qaneral Agent for HawuliauIakBtti