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Wine and bpint mere!
Campbell Mock, Merchant Street, ...... Honolulu.
Ivcrju tin Diict'iiooitnicnt ami
Best Brands of Ales, Wines, Spirits, etc.,
in tho City, nud oilers same for'salo at lowest flguies:
"Dolmonico" Champagne, "Cochet Blanc" Champagne,
Vouvo " Cliquot" do., " Ch. Farro" do., nnd other good brands,
" Century " Whiskey liy the gallon or iloen;
Celery, licet mill Irnn;'lir-iric Cnngicw Water; Soila;
Apollinnils Water; Clvsmlu; llelfaM. Ginger Ali; Cider;
Scotch, Irish and Kentucky Whiskies Iliimdlcsnf all giadc;
Ales, Beers and Stout, assorted Brands,
CALIFORNIA WINES, 20 DIFFERENT KINDS.
BST All goods delivered promptly to any p.ut of the City- Gieat care taken
In packing and shipping to other Island?.
Hell Telephone, .Hii;
Mutual Telephone, -118;
1 O. Box, 370.
30 DAYS !
Ninth Great Invontovy S:Io :t I ho Trading Millinery
House of Clins. T. ITisliel.
Items of bpeciul interest to Httyci-. of bcasonablo
Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery,
Bonis mid Slioos, HatN nud Cups, etc.
We have just received CO days later than
contract calls for, a large invoice of
the very best make of Ladies' French
Kid Shoes. By rcaon ot their late
arrival we have notified the manufac
turer that wo shall s-cll them on his
account at just ONE-HALF of the In
This Sale will continue until tho entiio.
Stock has been disponed of.
Our $1 Shoes will ho sold for only
During tho next '.10 days we will sell our
$7 50 Favorite Jersey for only
Our $5 Jersey for only $3,
Our $3 75 Jersey for only $2.
50c. on the St.
Our entire line of all wool I)i"s Goods
In plaids, stripes the newel pattern-.
will lie sold at DOc on the $1.
A special feature in our I)rt'i Goods
Department this week will he the
40 Pieces ot Silk Brocades at 50c. a Yard,
former price, SI.
CAKTWRIGJIT & WAHEX'S
for Ladies, Gcnt- and C'hildien
EOc on the 1.
Our USc Ualhiigan Ve-t is extra
No such opportunity to purchase thc-e
world-renowned goods at half price
cm possibly oicur again thl season
in' (M f) Onitn
ITGUID plfi OU110.
Coat, Vest and Pouts for only $S 90.
The Greatest Bargain over offered in
123 Boys' Suits for $4.37 1-2,
FORMER PRICE, $7 SO.
These are all tiinnncd nicely and well
1R raids of Choice Prints for 1.
10 yawls of J wiilc Cotton for 1,
1-1 v ui ds of linhleached Cotton for &1,
This is the gieatest b.ugam presented ' 412 doz of Gents' fine Neckwear, at fiOc
by us this
season in colored Dress
50c on thciSl.
XhnbroidcricN mill laces
Over 200 new patterns have been add
ed to our all lead immense stock.
AND A FUI.Ii LINK 01'
TRIMMED AND UKUUMMr.D
Our $8 Parasols for 1 15.
Our &G ParasnK for t 3:5.
Our $r PuratoU for $2 S5.
Our $3 Parasols for 2.
We have a few Children'. P.iia'ol"
which we will oiler for CO cent each.
on tho SI.
IIS do7 ot Gents' Sumine" Cndeishirts
at U'tr each, wjcith iJOc.
Cent's White Shirts
Wu claim to have the larcest and
moot complete Stock in this city, the
very bct make and the very lowest
Eveiv Shirt warranted LINEN
BOSOM, LINEN CUFFS and GOOD
Our 2 ."JO Shirt we will sell for 30
dajs only at $1 415 each, whenever
bought by single one or 10 dozen at the
300 doz of Mackinaw Ilats at !)0c each,
Our 2 SO Hats we will sell at SI (55,
Egr Come and look at thc-e Hats and
you cannot rcMsi from buying.
Ilos-icry will be sold
Our entire line of
at fiOc on the SI
Infants' Short Dres'es
took tylislily made and trimmed
from COc up.
The Ladies will Appreciate the fol
Aiasrnc, at 25c a do, former price, 50c.
Cluiiille, at 25c a doz, former price, 50e.
Our S5, t and $U Pompoms will be
sold (lining the next CO days for SI 0
The Leading Millinery Hoiife, corner Fort and Hotel sstreecs.
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MONDAY, HKPT. 1!J. 1880.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT.
CAsr.s Tittr.u at Tin: si'.rTf.Mitf.ti tt.um
Remember, this Sale is only for 30 days !
Call Early and Secure your Bargains.
CHA8. J. F1SHEL,
Lnptiwnlc (k.) vs. "Wnhnlnu (w.),
libel for divorce. Divoco granted.
Hitchcock for Hhcllnnt. p)ni'y
BERLIN'S SPECTRAL LA0Y.
A ULltlOUS ANKtVr.HSAIIV to in: ctxi:-
llUATUD THIS YJ'.AU AT Till'.
A Large and Elegant Stock of Misses and Children's Spring Heel Shoes of all
sizes. Also, a Splendid Stock of
Gents' and Boys'
"5ziSwA5di3?t?jfe5i- 4i V1 - " - Li---iz2i?KIm '
The Third .Judicial Circuit Court
opened at Waiohinu, District of
Kan, Island of Hawaii, on Monday
morning last, at nine o'clock, and
closed on Wednesday evening.
Present: dtidd, C. J., Lyman, Cir
cuit ,l.,and Rosa, Deputy Attorney
General. Messrs. Neumann, Whit
ing and Peterson, of the city bar,
were in attendance, as well as Mr.
Hitchcock and other country barris
ters. Fifteen cases were disposed
of in the three days, the Court being
in session each day from nine in the
morning till nine at night, and on
one occasion not rising till 2 :!50 in
tho morning. Hclow is given the
calendar with the result of eacli case
CRIMINAL CASKS t'OUKIGX .It'ltY.
The King vs. Win. Martin. De
fendant was committed for murder
by the District Judge of Waiohinu,
he having killed his wife wit a pair
of scissors. Messrs. Neumann and
Whiting were assigned as his coun
sel, who entered a pica of not guilty.
A verdict was returned, "Not
guilty, being insane," and the
prisoner was committed to the In
sane Asylum, Honolulu.
The King vs. Kawaihac (w.) and
Akencka (w.), gaming; appeal fioui
Di-trict Judge Iimotco, Punaluu.
Verdict of guilty, and line of S3 eacli
and costs. D. II. Hitchcock for de
fendants. The King vs. Nalimaniu (k.),
malicious injury; appeal from Dis
trict Judge Timotco, Punaluu.
Nolle prosequi entered. D. II.
Hitchcock for defendant.
C15IMIKAI. CASKS FOKKIOK JUIIY.
The King vs. George Glendon,
gross cheat, commitment from Dis
trict Judge Timotco, Punaluu. The
jury ere out fiom 9:30 i. m. till
2:;'l0 A. m., but failed to agree,
standing seven to five for conviction.
A motion was made to change the
venue to Honolulu, which was not
determined. Neumann, Whiting
and Hitchcock for defendant , Rosa
for tho Crown.
From the evidence it appeared
that defendant, who was Govern
ment school teacher at Pahaia, had
represented to Mr. G. W. C. Jones,
the school agent, that he must have
an assistant teacher. Mr. Jones
consenting, defendant employed
what the former supposed was a
competent teacher, and was allowed
820 a month for the assistant's
"alary. It transpired some time
afterward that the assistance
euiplo3'cd by defendant consisted of
small Norwegian boys, who taught
their compatriot and I'ortuguese
juvenile companions in the A. B.
C's. Defendant drew 11101103' to the
amount 01 &j4, 111 various sums
from time to time, sending to the
school agent receipts signed by the
childish ''assistants." One of these
etnbrj'o teachers, who gave evidence
in the case, could not read the
leceipt that bore his signature when
it was presented to him in Court.
The indictment was for the
amount of SCO.
The King vs. Wong Hoi Lung,
having opium in possession ; appeal
from the District Judge of Waio
hinu. Verdict of not guilty. Rosa
for Crown ; Hitchcock for defendant.
CIVIL CASKS MIXKD JURY.
Chung Pevr & Co. vs. Manaole,
refusing duty (section 1,420, Civil
Code) ; appeal from District Judge
Timotco, Punaluu. Jury waived,
and judgment for defendant. A.
Uosa for plaintiff ; S. W. Mahclona
Wahaila vs. Diwa & Co., violating
contract (bcction 1,428, Civil Code) ;
appeal from District Judge Timotco,
Punaluu. Jury waived. Plaintiff
discontinued, ns the contract had
exiLred. Hitchcock for nlaintiff;
I Peterson for defendant.
sorting bound service (section
1,119, Civil Code); appeal from
District Judge Timotco, Punaluu.
Jury waived and defendant discharg
ed from his contract. Hitchcock for
Kaliaiepaole vs. Daniel Foster and
Win. Dolloway, assault and battery ;
appeal from District .luuge Martin,
Waiohinu. Continued till next
September term. Hitchcock for
plaintiff; Kinney & Peterson for de
fendants. CIVIL CAM HAWAIIAN JUUT.
Kelii (k.) vs. Oliialau (w.), de
serting husband ; appeal from Cir
cuit Judge Lyman, Waiohinu.
Judgment for defendant; plaintiff
to pay costs. No appearance for
plaintiff; Hitchcock for defendant.
Ililca Sugar Co. vs. Kapeliela
(k.), lcfusing duty; appeal from
Judge Martin, Waiohinu, Judg
ment oidering defendant back to
service. Neumann for plaintiff;
Itosa for defendant.
llcrlin celebrates a curious anni
versary this year. Jt is just 400
years ago since the White Lady of
tho Hohenzollerns llrst made her
appearance on any stage. This
event took place at the old castle in
Hayreuth before the death of the
Brandenburg Klector, Albrccht
Achilles. Of late years nothing
positive lias been heard of the mys
terious spectral visitor, though she
was reputed to have been seen in
Berlin before the death of the young
Prince Waldmar, and two years ago
a paragraph appeared in one of the
Berlin papers to the effect that she
had been seen in some of the apart
ments of tho old castle. . There was
considerable excitement among the
court ofllcials at the time, and
searching inquiries were made in
order to learn who had given the in-
H. E. SViclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPOKTEKS AND DEALKKH IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAbT COHNEU FOItT AND KING STIIEKTS.
New Goods received hyfe'very Paokct fiom thp Eastern Slates and Europe
Fresh California Produce by every Steamer. All ciders faithfully utlended to.
aid Goods delivered to any part of tho city free of charge, Island orders tolf.
ciitti. Satisfaction giiaranteul. Post OJllco Uox 145. Telephone No, !)a. 108 ly
F. .Stupplebeeu vs. Mary Ann
Stupplebecn, libel for divorce.
Divorce granted. Kinney & Peter
son for iibellant.
Kler Starchlouff vs. Angiicl
Slarchloiiff, libel for divorce. Pub
lication ordered and venue changed.
Jtosu for Iibellant.
Kalclaau (k.) vs. Kekini (w.)j
libel for divorce for separation.
Divorce granted. Hitchcock for
formation to the public, not because
the olllcials attached any inipoitanco
to the appearance of the White
Lady, but because they feared it
might possibly have an injurious
effect upon the health of the Em
peror, who is not proof against such
tilings. For the White Lady is a
natural appendage, so to speak, to
the divinity of the Hohen.olleins.
No great reigning family can be
considered as complete without its
family ghost or protectress.
The original White Lady is gen
erally assumed by writers to have
been a widowed Countess Kunigunda
of Orlamunde, who lived in her
castle atPlassenburg,near Bayreuth.
This lady is said to have fallen in
love with a young' nnd handsome
knight, the Burgrave Albert of
Nuremberg, and her affection, so it
is said, was not unappreciated by
the gallant cavalier. But when the
Countess expressed the wish for
marriage Albert replied that lie
could not enter the holy bonds of
matrimony "so long as four eyes
were in existence." Having two
children by her former husband, the
Countess very naturally imagined
that these were the obstacles to her
union with the knight, and so she
killed them by running one of her
golden hair-pins through their skulls
into the brain. When Albert learned
what the Countess had done here
fused to marry her. The inhuman
mother eventually died, but her
corpse could never rest, and, though
she was duly buried, she used to
appear frequently afterward, fore
boding misfortune and death.
A German historian, Julius von
Minutoli, notes the fact that "the
rumor of the spectral personage's
first appearance was current in U8G
at the old castle at Bayicuth."
During a long course of years she
appeared in various Hohenzollern
castles at Bayreuth, at Anspach,
and later at Berlin. She made a
great stir about the commencement
of the present century on the occa
sion of the French occupation of
Bayreuth, taking delight in annoy
ing the foes of the Ilolienzollerns.
From 1800 to 1809, while the French
occupied and were continually pass
ing through the city, she was fre
quently seen by otlicers quartered
in the castle. In 1809 she is re
ported to have appeared to the divi
sional commander, Gen. d'Kspagne,
the first night of his residence at the
castle. She treated him very rudely,
pushed his bed into -the middle of
the room, and then overturned it ;
and when the General's Adjutant
hastened to the room on hearing
ciies for help, he found his superior
underneath the bed and sullciing
from deadly fright. When on the
following morning the General saw
the pictures in the castle lie pointed
to the picture of the White Lady
painted in a black dress, with white
ruff and hood and exclaimed,
"She it was who appeared tome!"
He left the castle tho same day. He
fell a few weeks afterward in the
battle of Aspein, the 21st of May,
The spectral lady is also said to
have appeared to Napoleon I. while
at Bayreuth. The llrst time was the
lltlrof May, 1812, while lie wus on
his way to Jlussia. He lived in tho
so-called New Castle. It appears
that the story of the appearance of
the mysterious lady had spread
through the French Arny, for a
cornier had been scut 011 from
Aschaffenburg in advance, with the
command that the Emperor should
not be lodged in the apartment
wherein the White Lady was wont
to appear. When Napoleon arirved
at Hayreuth he sent for Count
Minister and asked if these oiders
had been carried out. Whether
Nopolcon saw the White Lady or
not cannot bo said. The historians
say, however, that tho followiuu
morning, just before his departure,
he was very pahs and restless. He
often uttered the woids "G'c mnadit
chateau," and baiil to some of ills
suite that ho would never slay in
that castle again. In August, 18111,
Napoleon was once more in Bayreuth,
but though looms had been prepared
for him in the castle he would not
stay there, but drove to PJaiien for
Castle lie laid in wait for her, grasped
her buddcnly, threw her down-stairS)
and found out next morning that lie
had killed one of his own domestics.
Twenty ycats later, when Margrave
George Froth ieh contemplated re
building the Palace of Plassenbtlig,
tho While Lady Is reported to have
made such a commotion Unit he gave
up the idea. In 1077 Falkenslein
says that Margrave Krdniann Phillip
of Biaudonberg saw the White Lady
in his castle at Bayreuth, seated in
his own favoritu chair, and that the
apparition gave him such a fright
that he died two days afterward.
The mysterious presence, having
obtained a great reputation in Fran
conla, then emigrated to Berlin.
Her llrst reported appearance in the
Prussian Capital is given as the 1st
of January, lfi!)8, a week before the
death of Klector Joliann Sigismund.
Then, the 1st of December, 1019,
she is said to have shown herself
twenty-three days before the death
of another Klector. Again she ap
peared in 1007, shortly before the
death of Princess Louise Henrietta,
and in 1088 before the death of the
Great Klector. But it would take
up too much space to record all the
appearances of the spectral lady.
The most curious account of her ap
pearance is of that recorded as hav
ing taken place in 1799, when she
was seen by a musketeer, lie thus
told his experiences: lie llrst heard
a noise, lie says, such as is caused
by the rustling of the wind among
tho fallen leaves. Then, out from
the wall, came a great, white female
figure, with a long face, a friendly
countenance and jet-black, hair.
Around her neck she word large
pearls and ornaments of gold and
precious stones. In her hand she
held an ivory staff, and upon her
breast was seen a great heart,
painted blood-red, on which were
written strange characters that shone
like fire. One of the last reported
appearances of the White Lady in
Europe was in 1873, not in Berlin,
but in Vienna. But this, too, was
not the real presence, for the report
went at the time that the sentinel to
whom she suddenly appeared tried
the effect of his bayonet upon her,
and there was a gentle minor whis
pered about Vienna at the time that
"somebody" had been wounded in
fact, a lady belonging to the Im
At Reduced Prices.
Water White & Standard
J. T. WATEltHOUSE.
Mer-Isla! S. I. Co.
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and staunch
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY, September 14th.
The steamer passes along tho entire
coast of Hie leeward bide of Hawaii, af.
fording tourists a panorama of charm
ing scenery, and will stop at Kealuke.
kua Bay, w'here sufficient time is allow,
cd to visit the Monument of Captain
TourlMs by this loutu reach Punaluu
at fl o'clock on ihu day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, milking the entire pas-ugo in
smooth wiitei. At Punaluu theie Is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fiom Iheru tourists will lie convoyed
by iiiilroad to Pallida, thenro by stage
coach to llalf.wiiy Home, whuio horses
nni guides will be in attendance to con
vey them to the Volcano.
Tourists will have two nights and one
whole day aflhe Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HAHHY AUMITAOE,
Agent, at Williams' Photogiaiih Gallery,
Foil sin et, or at the ollieu of the 1. I. S.
N. Co., Esplanade. :i"0(lm
LMieo& uaLm, pii
m 1 mi mi
ust be Sold below Cost
Within the Btfext 30 Days!
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Having detcrinlmd to gvefup 1iur!iub, 1 have rnnnludtd to sell oil' nir ENTIRE
BTOCIC OF GOODS at a CHEAT 9ACH11T0E. Now ! your "lianco
to secure Bargain; in
Trimmed nnd Untrimmcd Hata and Bonnets, Feathers,
Plumes, Flowors, Volvots, JRibhons, Plush, Ornaments
and other Millinery Goods, '
Aho, choice selection of Corfctn, Ladles', Mines' and Children!- llolrry, Under,
wear of all kinds, and many other goods too nuineiotis to name.
I ma ikit I say, come ai u for YnroIthi !
CST MltS. K. T. SK1DMOKE, Manager of the Millinery Derailment, will
leaving for ban Frnnch-co In n short time, therefoie Indies wishing her to dor
imiiiiiuij yuij(, wuuiu tin wen 10 cnu cany.
III 1040, says Von Minutoli. the
spectral lady was scon by .Margrave
Albrccht, the Warrior, who how
'ever, does not appear to have under
stood any fooling. Heating that the
lady was in the habit of making her
rounds In the upartuients of the
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Hoda, I.eiiiouade, Haimparilla,
Fruit Hyi ups nnd Eneuei-i and
made fr'un the pnui Apple, all of which
wu guuiniitto to bu the bust.
iQy-Wo also Invito naiticH Intending
Marling fcloics lor tho wilu of Iced
ui inlfB nud whhlng toiiiitubi mipplIi'H,
to cull o(i iih hufoni going elsowheie,
The Crystal Soda Works,
P. ). Uox 1167, Honolulu,
MRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
HONOLULU, II. I.
IVovclties in iani Qoods,
Anew Invoice of Lanterns, Kerosene nil nf tlio very
Best Quality, Htoves HatiL'-s and Tinware.
IIKll3-Iool, sniiSG l.ij paiist,
Recommended by Eiro Underwriters of San Francisco
etc , etc. An nclttal Protection against Fire. '
Harden Hand Grenades,
A Smnll Lot, to Cloo Consignment.
Full lines of llnidwarc, Agricultural Implement", etc.
Good) ly Every Wteainci-.
Just received, -ex Lapwing, a large consignment of
mine German Cologne.
Prepared by Joliann Maiia Farina,
G6piinta 111 Mtte-PUtt CbIiqi, Germany.
Hollister & Go'., 109 Fort Street. -
General Business Agent.
Honolulu, II. I.
Real Estate Agent, Custom House Uroker,
Employment Agent, Money Broker,
Wildoi's Steamship Agent, Manager HawailanJOpeia House,
Gieat Burlington Railroad Agent Fire nnd Life Insurance Agent,
in America. (1H2 ly)
Blacksmith Work :
Pniiiliiio- mul "lrW
79 k 81 Kin Street,
Oli Bess Premises,
JEnti-iiiieew irom Ifiiiff and Mercliuut Sis.
Every desciiption of work in the above lines performed in a first-class manner
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
EST Bell Telephone, 107. Wl (327 ly) r Hell Telephone, 107. fS
JOHN ITT, 1. 8 MlMDJ
-J- -- "- -- - I - 1 .. k
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
SHEET IRON WORK.
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Aflcnt.
ii Merciaat St., Honolulu.
My most ralthtut intention will bo
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
"in Honolulu for tno residents of tho
7ll hevnrnl Islands of thl grf'i". Hy
The White House,
3Vo. 118 IViuiuuu Stroof,
Honolulu, H. L
Private Family Hotol; Terms Reason,
nblo; Fir&t-chiss Accommodations.
MRS. J. VIERRA, Proprietress.
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zcnhnidhi,
701 Queen & Fort Street Stores. tf
WILDER'S H. IS. CO.,.
4bsb King, Commander,
Leaves Honolulu euoh Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahalna, Maap
laea Ray, Makena, Muhukona, Ku
wulhae, Laupahoehoo nud Hllo.
Iloturulutr, will touch at all the.
aloe ports, arriving at Honolulu,
each Saturday afternoon,
"$&&- fcfe2fc$ h iM