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MONDAY, SEPT. 10. 188(5
Stint Klmiii from windward ports
Stun- Wnliilealc from Kauai
Slint'Mokollt from Molokal
Sclir Manuokiuvid from Ivoolait
Sclir Emma from Kauai
Stmt' Llkcllhc for Kahtihil
StmrMukolll for Molokal
Sluir Kllnuea lion for AVliulwnt'il Ports
Sclir Luka for Kauai
Sclir Mn mi for lloiioum and l'ala
Sehr Muniiokawat for Koolau
Sehr llnlnbow for Koolau
Uk Lltohlleld for Hongkong
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr WG Hull for l.alialna, Maalnca,
Knua ami ICau, at 10 u m
Htuir Klmin for windward noils at 4 p in
Stmr Iwnlanl for ICaual
Sehr IIcolu for Koolau
Sclir Eliukai for Walalua
Sclir Malolo for Hllo
VESSELS lil PORT.
Jlgtne J 1) Spreekels
IJgtno V O Irwin, MoCulloeh
Japanese man-of-war Tsukuba, Fukiia-
Am ship Mcboc. Kali)
Sclir .TO Ford Orlllith
JJklnc Amelia :'ow hall
Bk Is'e oiEiln,.Ius InkMor
Bktoo Klllkltat, Culler
Am bk Edward .May, .Johnson
Uk Dei Nicola, Itoss
Bktne Malay. Morehouse
Haw brig Allio Kott e, J Phillips
Uk Saranae, from New York, sailed
men. due Sent '2U-U0.
Am bark EMnore, G "W Jenks, from
Newcastle, X S W. due August 20-tfO.
Am bark racille Slope, Barnes, from
Newcastle, X S V, due September
B.it bark Vf II Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June Uih, due hero Octobei
Brit s'lip Aniana. sailed from London,
April Oili, and from Madeira April 2-tih,
Uuebeic August 21-31.
iirlt bark lioncrag, sailed from Liver
pool, June iitli, due licie October 'jUrd
Am bktne Planter, AV K Perriman,
from Port Townsend, AV" T, due Sept
Am bstne Salina, Blake, from San
Francisco, due Aug 20-23
Am bk Forest Queen, Winding, due
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson,
sailed from- Boston August 7th, duo
Haw bk Thomas It. Foster, F W
Bugg, from Newcastle, X S W, due
Brit ship Hospoda, J Babcock, from
Newcastle, N S V, due October 10-30.
KJISS AlameJa, II G Morse, fioin
Colonic, en route to Sau Francisco,
due September 23th.
Haw biig Hazard, AV G Goodman,
from San Francisco, due at Hllo, Ha
waii, September 0-1B.
RMSS Maraioa, (Brn.), JaincsEille,
from San Francisco, en route to the Co
lonies, due October 2.
K M S S Austialia. (Haw), II "Webber,
from San Fiaucisco, en route to the Co
lonies, due October 8th.
From Hamakua, Hawaii, per steamer
C It Bishop, September lltb J 1 Miau,
Miss Lilian Lymau, II Lyman and 23
Fiom Kauai, per steamer Waialeale,
September 12th Br J M Whitney, wife
and family, J 11 Soper, AV D Schmidt,
Captain J Canieion, Miss Marian B-ole,
Masters AVaUer and Herbert Dole, O B
Hoffgard, EL Marshall, EKruse. II F
Bertleman and wife, Geo Markham and
wife, Miss Bamaid, K A Bielenberg, C
V Thompson, MIs Varke, Clius Tuch,
Miss B Foibes, Masteis Frank and
Hemy Bertleman, Misses Angeline and
Helen Bertleman, Fied Waterhouse, 7
Chinese and 121 eleck.
From wiudwaid ports, per steamer
Kiuau, September 12ili E K Danrin, W
AVaterhousc, V 11 AV Boss and wife, L C
Lyman, Mis A O Forbes and daughter,
R II Kyoroff, Mrs Alal and 2 children,
Mis O N Arnold and 2 children, Mrs
Hauford, Miss Hattle Hitchcock, E AV
Austin, A CPalfiey, O Arnemaun, Mrs
J It Halt, Chang Chuck, wife mid 2
clilldien, Miss Lucy Aki, Mrs Hailia, AV
O Parke, A A'oinig. F W Damon and
wife, It Hind, AV A'Kal, L Ahee, E X
Hllclicock. J Bent n, Miss Al'ce AVood,
C K Slillmaii, wlCo and c'lild, A Barnes,
E Simmons, O B Makeo, J Grozlus, F L
Clarke, Mrs J W iddelleld mid 2 chil
dren, J F Bert, Miss Ber.lia Smithies,
Mrs Mary Allan, and l-!8 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stint' Bishop 1742 bags sugar.
Stmr Wr.Inleale 81 b.i,s sugar, 10 head
cattle, 163 hales wool. 1 begs pla,
20 bags rlo , and 11 bides.
Stmr Klnau 2,000 bag sugar, 2 horses,
21 bales wool, 103 hides, 170 pkgs
Tlui schooner JJOsario arrived at
Knhulul last Wednesday, 15 days from
Schooner Anna sailed from luihulul
last Friday for San Francisco in ballast.
Tho bark Lltehlleld sails tills after
noon for Hongkong w Itli 173 Chinese
passengers and 201 old boitles.
Honolulu, Sept. 12th, to the wife of
Louis Busncll, n son.
AViiat everybody needs at tlio pro
Bent hot spell is something cool and
refreshing. Tlioro is nothing liko
the supeiior liandiiindo Jco Ciounis,
KheibctH anil Fruit Ices served at tho
Elite Ico Cream Pallors, 85 Hotel
Htrcot. Keep our fancy cukea and
candies in mind. They can't bo bent.
AViiddino Cakes of 2i) years' icpti
tation in Honolulu always on hand
fioin 10 to 100 lbs. of tho finest,
richest and delicate llavor, and orna
mented in the highest stylo of art, u
lower piices than any uhoio else, at
the Steam Candy Factory it Bakery
of l' 1IOBN,
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook
Mutual and Bell Telophono, No. 71.
July lilth, Hue licro aov. iB-;.u.
fle bk lihnijio, llowaul, f
narturo 15av. It 0, due Juno 25-
Ger bark I'acille, Oltinun, fr
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: bark Edward May will sail for
Hongkong on or nliotit tho 21st inst.
Tun lnerry-go-round-and-nroiind is
doing a big business at Wniinca,
Tni'.iti: will bo n meeting of thu
Harmony Lodge, 1. O. O. F., this
owning, Business Initiation.
Tin: burk Snranao sailed fioin Now
York July lSltli for this port, con
signed to Messrs. Castlo ifc Cooke.
Tin: regvlar monthly business
meeting of thu Y. M. C. A. will take
place on Thursday evening next.
Mil. and Airs. F. AV. Damon re
turned yesterday from nn'evangelical
tour on the windward islands.
Tin: caso of John Biodiu vs. Jus.
It. Holt, Jr., was discontinued this
morning in thu Civil Suniniaiy Court.
Tin: Itoyul Hawaiian Hand en
livened tho jioigliboihood of tho
Palace with music for un hour or two
Tin: Union Feed Company claim
to have just made the largest impor
tation of giuin ever made, at one
time, at this port.
(V small rowing boat brought here
from Hongkong, on thu baik Litch
field, was purchased by Mr. C. Muo
failaue this morning.
Tin? schooner Mary C. Bohm, lying
ofT tho iisli-mnrket is being repainted,
preparatory to her salu at auction
Tin: auction sale at the Ladies'
Bazaar on Saturday night last, was
well attended, and the prices realized
The usual Monday opening con
curt at Emma Square will not taku
placu this evening. The band will
attend the drill at Palace Square.
Fish were not plentiful in the
market this morning. A few score of
Akule, several dried and fresh squids,
and sonic salt salmon comprised the
By the steamer arrivals on Satur
day and Sunday, there was a large
influx of juveniles, who came to re
sume their scholastic duties for the
Mn. and Mrs. H. Bertelman, and
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Markham returned
yesterday from their wedding tour on
Kauai. They were the guests of Mr.
TAXi'AYnns will do well to take
notice that 4 p. m. on AVednesday
next is the latest hour that the tax
books will bo open for inspection, at
the assessor's oiiice.
On Wednesday next, at 9 :30 a. m.,
a special meeting of the Board of
Trustees of the Queen's Hospital will
be held, at the room of thu Chamber
Tun now Portuguese Club House
on Berctania street, near Punchbowl,
was opened in grand stylo last Satur
day evening. The Portuguese band
was in attendance and discoursed
sweet music throughout the evening.
The Chinese feast known as tho
Harvest Moon, was celebrated on
Saturday evening last. In addition
to a grand feast, there was an un
usual racket of firecrackers during
Captains of vessels say it is a 24
liours' job to get water hero for their
ships. There appears to bo but ono
man to give water to out-going ves
sels, and ho is hard to find when
Success has attended tho boring
of another artesian well at Palatini,
on the site of tho projected Kaineha
mehii bcliool for boys. Tho boring
' was performed by Mr. McCandless.
The elevation is M leet above sea
. m .
The estimated cost of engrossing
thu Appropriation Bill will be about
.f.'K)0. Engrossing is an expensive
luxury for tho Assembly, but a wel
come, addition to the pocket-money
of tho young men skilled in the art
Tun Legislative Assembly has been
in session since the '80th April, since
which time it has assembled for work
on 100 diHcrnnt occasions. To fore
tell when it will be prorogued, is
more than our political prophet dare
at thu piesent stage of proceedings.
Tiieiie was a grand social gather
ing at thu Aloha Club, Kilauca,
Kauai, on Thursday last, in honor of
tho anniversary of the birthday of
It. A. Maono, Jr. Thtoughout the
day, flags weio displayed on various
flagpoles around the plantation.
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An incorrect local item, concern
ing two horses belonging to Messis.
llustacu it Itobcitson, accidently ap
peared in Saturday's issue. Although
tho iii in niiuied lost two horses ie
ccntly, only one of them showed any
symptoms of glanders.
Louis Aiitonu and thu Kohala
Chain pion were the competitors for
tho piizo in tlio two niilo skating
race, Saturday night. After two at
tempts at starting, and neither being
fair, it was decided to postpono tlio
nice until next S.ituiday evening.
Hon. Mr. Dickey, member for
Makawao, porfornied an act last
week worthy of comment and deserv
ing of commendation. A little girl
was carrying a bag of potatoes along
Hotel stieet, when thu hag bioku
nnd the vegetables rolled about thu
sidewalk. While tho girl was crying,
Mr. Dickey 'gathered tho potatoes,
and assisted tho child in cartying
them to her home. Good for Mr.
His Majesty has excused tho Hono
lulu Hillcs from battalion drill, until
TilK bark LUchllold sails (liisnfie.
noon or Hongkong, taking from th...
port 17!1 Chinesu steerage passengers.
Tin: Hawaiian biig Allie ltowc has
been chaitcicd by tho Pacilic Navi
gation Co. to sail for Now Hebiides,
i.txt Saturday, and leturn with
Tin: steamer James Makeo will
piolmbly lay up to beelenncd, on her
return from Kauai, thu AVainlealu
taking her ionic.
Tin: sleaincr AA'aialealu tilings
news of abundai'cu of rain on Niihau,
last week. Also a deluge of rain and
a thunderstorm on Kauai, last Thurs
Tin: steamer Iwalani, having been
thoiougldy elenned, will sail on her
usual route to-morrow evening. Slio
will take a plant for a double-eU'ect
for Lilitiu Mill.
Hon. Mr. Ktipcna, ex-Minister of
Finance, was int-odueed to bis new
olllcu of Collecler-Guncral, and to tho
employees of the Custom House this
morning, by Col. Curtis P. laukea,
His Majesty's Chamberlain.
TiixiiKHB having been called for the
re-erection of the Chinese Club
House, the following bids weie ic
ccived : Lislitnau. .$12,882 ; Lucas,
$8,072; Cavanagli, .V7,7!K5; and May
liew, $0,780. Thomas and lliuiii-un
Bros, withdrew their bids.
A native chilt.1 was knocked down
and somewhat injured last night, by
Mr. Henry Bertohnan's buggy. It
appears that the fault was solely on
the part of the child who tried to
cross the path of tho horse when un
der its very nose.
Mn. J. H. Muby, bookkeeper for
Lewis it Co., while liding along AVai-
kiki road on horseback yesteiday,
struck a piece of marshy ground,
and fell with his horse into a pool of
mud. Mr. Maby in putting out onu
of his 1 lands to bleak thu fall, ic-
ceived a bad cut on the palm, from a
Tin: annual meeting of the stock
holders of thu Mutual Tulophono
Company will be held at tho Com
pany's odices at the corner of Mer
chant and Alakea sticets on AVednes
day morning at 10 o'clock. A louden
ing of accounts and election of
oil'cers will constitute tho piincipal
business of the meeting. A full at
tendance of shaielioldcis is requested
A Chinese vocal and instrumental
concert was held on the balcony of a
house in Maunakea stieet, Saturday
evening. So attractive was the
music to the Celestial community,
that hundreds of them assembled in
the stieet, and it was with difficulty
that tho police succeeded in dealing
an opening for carriages to pass.
A Piiizi: of one dozen cabinet
photographs is offered by Mr. J. J.
Williams, the photographer, to the
person making the best aggregate'
score at the Fort street Shooting
Gallery. The scores will comprise
tliosu made from the 10th to the liOtli
instant. Mr. AV. P. Crooks is con
stantly on hand to attend to the
wants of competitors.
The little daughter of Mr. Angus,
and grand-daughter of Mr. AVost, of
the Hawaiian Carriage Manufactur
ing Co., dislocated her right elbow
yesterday. Whilst attempting to walk
on a fenco, she fell on hor right side,
and the lesult was us stated above.
D.. Brodio was sent for and tho child
was made as comfortable as possible
under tho circumstances.
Tin: rc-opening of the schools this
morning was of a most encouraging
character. Tho attendance at Foit
Street .School included all of the
pupils who attended last term, witlt
the exception of one, and twenty
two additional. At St. Louis College,
theie were 250 pupils, including
boarders and day scholars. Many of
the former have not yet returned.
Tlio other schools were also well re
presented, of which further particu
lars will bo given during the week.
Miss Barnard returned from Ki
lauca, Kauai, yesterday, having been
thu guest of Mr. and Mrs. Maciie, Jr.
for the past four weeks.
Mi:. S. 1). Fuller, the General
Secretary of tho Y. M. C. A., has re
turned from his vacation, and has
once mo'ii assumed his ollicial
Mu. J. J. Aubertin, who went to
tlio Volcano by thu Kiuau, on her
last tiip, landed at AVailun on the
icturn trip, to nacend Haleakala.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
K. K. Darren, Denver, Col. ; A.
Barnes, Maui ; J. Kenton, Koliala ;
H. Hind, Kohala; 1. II. W. Iioss,
Hawaii; Mis. Ross, Hawaii; AV. E.
Marshall, Kauai; K, A. Hcilenberg;
K. Kottse, Kauai.
DAI I'ALION DRILL.
A drill of the combined volunteer
forces will be held this evening at
Palace Square under the command
of His Majesty the King. Under a
brilliant moon, and with the attrac
tion of the Band, a largo gathering
of the military and civilians may he
FitKSH, Steam-frozen, Pure and
Itiuhcst Ice Cream, every day. No
Cieain fioen over the second, third,
or oven tho fourth day. Sold at thu
Pioneor Steam Candy Factory,
Bakery, ami Icu Cream Kooins. i
HOUN, Proprietor, Hotel, betweun
Fort and Nuuanu streets. Both
telephones, No, 7-1. IS
Fiom our Honokan correspondent
wo leain that Air. Uco. l'tillocli, the
geiiir.l and obliging telephone super
intendent a Houokaa was tin own
f i oin his liotsc last week, and bad
his left aim dislocated. He was
riding down a sleep gulch at the
The Pnpiiluut mill has shut down
for repairs, and the Ilonokaa mill
will follow suit in u few weeks, in
older to make extensive and im
Thu weather has of late been
splendid, hut at present there is
uvcia indication of a s.evcrc storm,
as it is thundering up in the mount
ains. Air. Geo. Hardy, who has been
conllncdto his bed with sickness the
past few weeks is getting well and
expects to bo about soon.
The new telephone olllcc is com
plete and is quite an acquisition to
The Four Dudes are making
things hum here in Ilonokaa with
songs and gtiilars.
The Uev. Air. Nugent has arrived
and assumed his clc ical duties.
September 10, 1880.
A correspondent of the '. C.
.hh'irler reports a sad accident at
the Waiakca plantation on the Gth
instant. lie says: A Japanese
laborer and his son were on llieir
way home, both riding the same
horse and waiting for a train to pass
when the accident took place which
resulted in the boy's death. The
Japanese and his son were so
situated at the end of a train of cars
on the side-track that the engineer
of the morning train, which came
backing down the track, could not
see him. At the sight of the moving
cms the hoise became unmanageable
and threw the man and boy, both of
whom fell upon the track. The train
continued backing and before the
father could pull his son fiom the
track the cars passed over the boy's
legs crushing tliuin horribly. The
Japanese brought the injured boy to
the mill. Dr. Kitlredge was tele
phoned for and when he arrhed
sent for Dr. AVetmore, who assisted
him in amputating one of tlio boy's
legs, but the child succumbed to the
operation and died shortly after
wnuls. A eoi oner's jury was called
and after hearing the testimony of
the engineer and his assistant and
also that of his father, who testified
that no one was to blame, the jury
returned a veidict in accordance
with the facts, exonerating all con
cerned. POLICE COURT.
In the Police Com t this morning,
eight case of drunkenness were dis
posed oi in tlie usual manner. Sam
Kanoe fo"feit'd hail of $10 for assault
and batte.y on Hoolapa. Hing AVo
and Ah ICat weio lined $!) and $1
co-sts each for heedlet-s and reckless
(hiving, and two others leprinianded
and discharged for furious and heed
less liding. Aiu was remanded until
1-lth instant on a charge of adultery,
Ah See and Ah Wing were also re
manded on a clituge of having opium
in posMs-Jsion, both patties enteiing a
plea of not guilty.
Un tlio testimony of Dr. Webb,
Antonio Aitida was committed to the
Insane Asylum as a dangerous
maniac and fit subject for the Asy
lum. BUSINESS ITEMS.
Clam-Ciioweii at the Keystone
PiCTtmi: Frames and Cornices
made to order, old Frames rupaiicd,
regildcd, etc. King Bros'. Art Store.
Viiiwnia Bright! Virginia Bright!
A'irginia Blight is the best cigarettu
in town. Every smoker who has
tiied them says so. Who wants
A'irginia Blight? Go to Hilder's Cen
tral Cigar Stand, at Air. Wiseman's
office, Merchant street. 2'J .'it.
Dn. Flint's Heaiit Be.mkdy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents, 354
Tin: largest stock and greatest
vaiicy of home manufactured,
stiictly pure Candies, can only be
found at tho Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Bakery, and Ice Cream
Rooms, No, 71, Hotel street, between
Fort and Nuuanu streets. F. 1IOKN,
Piopiietor, Practical Confectioner
and Pastry Cook anil Oiuamenter,
Patiio.vizi: Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. AV. Iliuglcy, Cigar
Mauufactuicr, at the Crystal fiodn
Woiks, whom ho is prepared to fill all
oidoiH at thu lowest posiblu whole
sale prices. Island unlets solicited
and piomptly tilled. The attention
of deali'is is lespectfully invited to
the fact "no liconso is KVjuiied" to
sell these cigais. Do not forget thu
naino J. W. Hingloy, nor thu placo
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
I'tiiti:, moil and only
$JT FBKSll IUK CHKAM
KVIIIIY 1IAY AT
IIOUN'S Steam Candy Factory and
Bakery it Ico Cream Booms, 27
KAPIOLANI BATH HOUSE I
Kapiolani Bath House!
If clcaiilinows is next to godliness,
go to thu ubovo named icsort, near
tho Murine Bailway, whuro you can
get tho best appetizer in the world
fresh air and salt water bathing and
boating. Heficshincnts and cold
drinks upstairs. 10
4 fafSB OOJll ton C3
are Fighting Opposition!
Selling at Cost I
No connection witli any corner,
IJr- Lookout when the TEMPLE of FASHION Avill
have onu day in this month, Avhore wo -will iA?e Goods
away, NO PAY. 27
HERE WE COME
Willi a Fine Assortment of
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS !
Which we will sell tit the following
Boys' Suits from - $3.00 upwards.
Youths' " '---- 4.00 '
Menu' " " - !).00 '
Our Furnishing Gocds sre all Guaranteed, arc as Fine in Quality, and as Chcip
in Puce as any legitimate lion e can allbrd to sell in Honolulu.
Eemember this Stock is New! Remember tho Prices are low, and eur Goods
AVo cannot nlTbid to glvo trash away to draw customers but will sell you some
thing which will give .sansf.iclion and make you call ngnin at the
Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
King' Street, between. Fort mid Alakea Streets,
IIA'S BECEIVBD, PEIt AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Hulilmi, Hums, Bacon, Mock Codfish, Kits and tins Sal.
nion licllics, kegs llmter, Cala Cheese, kujis Pickles kegs Pig Pork, Table Kui
sins, Figs, Almouds, Walnuts, Spicul llrtf, 'Boned Chicken, Lunch Tongues-, Chip
ped lieuf, cases Oysteis, Sntdhic-", SeaFonn Crackers. Flour, Bran, A heat, Outs.
White Castile Snap, Granulated Sugar, Cube Sugar, Powdered Sugiir, Gcrincu,
Bieakfast tluini, Choice Teas, French Peas, etc. Abo,
" Good Night " and Palace Brands Kerosene Oil.
All nt Lowest maiket latcs and Satisfaction Guaranteed. ESJ" P. O. Box 872;
LEWIS k CO., GROCERS,
111 JTovt fcjtveet,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Iil'st to hand, per steamer Australia lvcgs Holland Herrings, keg Family Corn rd
Beef, kegs Family Cornrd Pork, Hep Family Saurktaiil, kes Mixed Pickles,
kegs Crybtal luip. Lit- Extra Choice: Salmon licllics, kit- Extra Choice
Mackerel, i'iih Smoked Halibut, frc-h Smoked Salmon f-isli Mnokeil Sun.
sne, fresh Bmnkod I'.ccf, hittaker Starr Hums, Hm Pupeii Hams, Jrcob
Delhi's Hullido Hams, Cilu Dried Figfr, black and white; Cila Chei-o, Oregon
Cream Chcesu, bv. i- Cliccsc, San Sinn Chee-se, Pine Aj pin Cliei-he nnd Edam
tJhccic, 21ti I lock ; Mnnw While Codllsh, Chilly Leninm, fn-h IVars, Bed
C.ibli:i",c. tii i'anii ''lur attention is called In a nu-i- n .rt n em of the fam.
mis Holmes .vi C' uei'p lllscuits, Gialiaui AVafers, Oaken Fluke.., tcu Foam
AVafeis, Mldgc-u, Uii g r Wafeis and Water. Tlicio biscuits, mid u full line
of Canned Good-, aim train, al-,0 flesh Apples in boxes, in i ititt t i i; j to suit,
at lowest niitikci prbe. New Cala Potatoes and Onion-- in linn condition. 17
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST HKOK1VF.D, THE FINKBT LINES OK
Moi-mailc Ming, Gcnls burnishing Goods,
HA'IS, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latest Styles tuul Novelties in NoclcAvare.
Also, by repealed and spi-ehd rerpust, a fundi imoh-e of tin- llmtl lmml.iimle,
Most II urable Gents' Shoes
(Funnel ly with Samuel Ncii ,
Iinporlcj' mid Duiilui Jii t
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OHOCKEKY, GI.ASt.WAKE, HOUSE KUHN1BJ1INO HAHDWAKE,
AflATK I HON AND TIN WAKE
Agent Hall's Safe and Leek Company.
. . Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
C2T Sloro formerly occupied by S. NOTT, oppontu Spreckeh i Co.'s Hauk,-i
'RH'i'AW HBtH M & A I
sia LciutJb :
unci (ill Fort Street.
Ave aro just below.
TO THE FRONT !
EGAN & Co.
P. O. Boi 297.
Health is Wealth !
Dn. B. C. West's Neiitk and HnAiN Tbeat
ment, n Runrnntoed eneclfio for Hretorin, DIzil
ff, ConvulMonn. Vita, Norrous NournlRin,
Honimchc, Norroud Prot ration, caused by tlionso
of nlcohol or tejbnccq, Wnkefaioosn, Mental 1)0
Mtwulon, Hotttmlnc of tho Hrnln, rwmltinR in in
winity nnel lonilmu to miBcry, doony nnd dentin
iTomnluro Olil Aro, Hnrronnrsa, Loco of l'oncr
in cither box, Imolnntary Ixxses and Bpermator
rncca, ennet-d by o?pr.xcrtlon of tlio brnin, solr
obuso, or OTor-lndulconcp. lich bor contains
ono month's troatmont. SLOOalmx, orilxboxt"i
for $5.00, eontby mall pn-jmid on tccoipt of jirica.
AVE ODAKA.VTEE HIX IIOXF.H
To enro any eaiso. With ench order received by tin
for six boxo, accompanied with tSJM, wo will
Bend tho purchaser oar written Ruarnnleeto re
fnnd tlio money if thotrentmentdova not effect
a cure. Guarantees issued only by
noiL.ivrwx'iim tt co,
WkwIII r III tbrr rrd for nay rtM of IJrr eVnlftlat1
Drpp.lt, Mck llrftdwb, UAltmioa, eToaittr4llon or e.UTit,i,
cuaol nra villi W,l'i ttUblt Lltir 1111', Imd lit dim
lloslr llrlctly complted with. Thy ftrt portly tf (tUbU, t4
B.T.r (.11 w nl. (it,flloii. BntsrCMUd. Lrtt bom, tog.
UIlIbj JO f 11U, t tnli. m all bT til drs(t!,u. Btwito or
toa&Urf.lla tod ImlUUooi. Tlio rtonlao bunftor4 oalr It
10IIN C (VEST A CO, 111 A la W. UaJlKa SL, Cblnji
IrM trial puX ual Ij coil pttfaljoii r.c.l(Uf m 1 Mil imp.
JIolllHlur "C; Oo..
.'50 Oin Whoksnlo and Hetall Aiteuts.
St. Louis' College
Boarding and Day School
FOIt HOYS AT
The Course of Instruction embraces
all the branelicj of a good Christian
and Commercial Eeluciiti'-n. A .Special
Class Sins been formed this yeur for ad.
vanci-d scholars. Latin. Greek, Fre-uch
r nd Gcrmnn are optional.
For Day Scholar, .'Oe. 7!io, $1, 81.60
Thi'B) ldinp l)e)iituii"nt e-onslsls ef
two ills liu'i elitvM! of iujiil.
Hoard nnd Tuition, 1st Clasp, per
Uoaid and Tuition, iind Clus-, per
Insliiimontal Music. ir month.. 4
Vot-al ilnic & Drawing tre-i i f ohirgr.
Lniu.dry Epense, per mmth a
Jlcdical attcuibiuci' liirm- u' tia
charge, also, repairs of all Kind".
Book i an 1 Malionery at current rales.
Pa) menu mii-t hu made quarte 'y
(evciy ii'-a timnlli-) nnd in advance.
Every lioieidur must lie provided with
he I clothe, uiattrat-M'S, nvo night,
powns, si-veral suits of clotldnir for Sun.
nays and week da, s-ix hiils, fx
pocket handkerchief-, tlnee pairs ef
stockings, rollnrs and tic, tlnee pairs
of t-hoc, nit inarki-d. Abu, loilei aril,
cle-s, such a hair hru-i, it.oih, nail mid
shoo brushes, combs, euap and blacking.
For iiilml slon lis Uoaider. e-eitifleales
of good mor.tl eharactei nnd of htitlth
Uuiloinis will he obligatory for
liorielers may spend the first Siturilay
of eve y month with their parents or
A quarlcily report nf the he'alt':, con
duet and improvement of every bonnier
will be scut tn liK parents or Kunidhinp.
The Se-slon commences this ear en
MONDAY, September 13, lbSO. "
J6JT For furlliei parlieuhirs apply to
20 Father Sylvester, S.S., C.C.
Having teemed tho Servile5 of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
v.o are prepared to c.u-cuti- all
House or JsiigMi.
HONOLULU TLANING MILLS.
FisliplatBs, Bolts & SnikBs.
H. HAOKFELD & Co.
Burnt Out but Not Dead !
Ryan's Boat-Bnlii Slop
Is now adjoining ihu rear of
Chas. Browcr & Co.'s Bos
ton Line of Packets.
SliippeiB will pleafe take no.
lieu that a llrtl.clasB vessel
will bu In the berth loading
for this nort in Novcmhcr. to
sail December 1I, drib-is sbojld leave
here by btemnei oi ejeiiilier 1st to lmve
Another Ihst class vessel will sail for
this port on or iil.O'.U the Ut dnv of
M'ireli, 1(587, or which Timber uotlro
will be given
For pjrihiilr, apply lo
O. KltmVEK &, CO., A;ent.
Honolulu, Aim !.M. 18BH 13
Store for Rent, and Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT ilmlruMv Stoic now umiplrel
. by iho LADIES' 11AZAAK, Kl Fort
street, and all the FiMt n-, Glu Ca-ci.,
&c, for tale. For lunhei parlieulurs,
enquire on Ihu 1'remltcB, . 110
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