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TUESDAY, SEl'T. 14. 1880.
StnirJittMukco fioin Kauai via Will
anno Sctcinl)ci' 14
Sclir Llliollho from Knunl
Slun'W hull for Lalmlna, Mnnltion,
Knu.t noil If mi, nt 10 u in
Siuir Kliiiiit for w ludward porls at 1 1 in
Stinr hv.ihml for Kniti'l
Sulir Ileela for Kooliui
SotirEhukul for Wulnluti
Schr Muluto for llllo
VESSELS' LEAVUG TO-MORROW.
Bktnc Miiluv for I'ottToxvnsend
Schr lilliollfio for Wnlinuu, Kamil
Belli- Kinniu for Kauai
VfcSSELb IN PORT.
IJgtmi .T D Spri-ekels
ltgtttu W a Irwin, MeCitlloeh
.IiipaiH-su iiinu-of-wnrTMikuba, Ftiktis-
Am ship MdroM!. Kalli
Jlktnc Ainclhi New hall
Bk Isjo ot Krin, .las Inkstcr
Bktnu Klllkltal, Cutter
Am bk Fdwurd .May, .Johnon
Bk Don Nicola1-, Jloss
Bktuc Mulav. Morcliouo
Haw brig Alllo Jtoxve, .1 Phillips
For lCnhulul, Maul, per steamer Like
like, September 1 III hMi 3 .1 V Kulu.i,
Itightllev Lord Bishop of Ilouolitlii,
Kev S II Davis. .Ii'iiies liiodle, V S, wife,
2 children and'nni.-e. O I) Miles (apt
K S Oiijobk'. Jas Petri, G P Wilder, Dr
At tlmr Moinlt., J Fen leg and wife, Miss
M Blown, and iiliiii't l-!0 dee'e. .
From Kauai, per icuniur .fas Mnkce,
Sopteinber Kith O I Holt, A Alliens. F
.lticdcll, ill's K Ahlbauni ami family,
ills G Defiles and child, Mr 11 Nosniau
male of tlio xvreek'-d bark Diinnottar
Catlc, and (! seatuea.
For Lahalua, Maaliea, Konaand Kat',
lier steamer w G Hall. September 1-ltb
P Snillh and wife. Mr Xahal'ia nid
Mr Wnlale, J Pin In and 2 boys, Kev S
II S Davis and son, Mis-, 'I'm ton, J Kau
liune and about 75 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Llliollho 70S bags sugar and 03
Stinr Makee 120 bags sugar.
The steamer C 11 Bishop will sail on
Thursday. ' ...
Thehluiic Malay llniMied inking In
ballad this afternoon. She will sail for
Koy.il Honda, B C, to-morrow morning
Bk Siii'iiui'c. Honi New York, sailed
Ji-iy i:Jlh due lice Nov. 18-0.
Nio bk ltiutijio, Howard. Horn De
partm e H.ty, li i due June 2j-UU.
Ger bark P.n illc. Oilman, from Bro
,' men. due Se'K 20-"0.
u ' A -n bark li'.-i-oie, G AV Jeuks. from
Nevc.iic, X S V, due August 20-110.
Am baik Pacilio Slope, Barnes, from
Newcastle, X S W, due September
Biit baik W II Watson,, from Liver
pool, sailed Ji'oe 9lh, due here Oetobci
Brit ship Amtm.' s.tiled from London.
ApiilOlh, and iio-n Madeita Ap'il 2Jih,
due heie Aiiilsl '"-31.
Bi it b.uk lioncia;;. sailed fiom Liver
pool, June 5th, due neie October 23id
Nov 1 I.
Am hktne Planier, AV K Perrinian,
from Port Towuscud, AV T, due Sept
Am butue Salina, Blake, from San
FrancIeo. due Aug 20-25
Am bk Foiest Queen, AVindlug, due
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, due
Haw bk Thomas It. Foster, F W
Ilugg, from Newcastle, X S W, duo
Biit ship Hopoda, J Baheoek, from
Newcastle, XT S W, due October 10-:!0.
It M S S Alameda, II G Morse, from
Colonies, en route to San Francisco,
due September 25th.
Haw brig Hazard, AV G Goodman,
from San Fianctco; due at llllo, Ha
waii, September 0-15.
It M S S Mnraroa, (Urit), James Edie,
from San Kiancieco, en route to the Co
lonics, due October 2.
It M S S Australia. (Haw), II AVebber,
from San FiancUco, en route to tho Co
lonies, due October StU.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
No battalion drill last evening ow
ing to intermittent showers.
Tub legular meeting of tho Hono
lulu Yacht & Boat Club is postponed
until further notice.
To-MOitnow the" grand special sale
of wines anil liquors by Lewis J.
Levey will take place.
Tun mountain slopes around tho
city aro bearing evidence of tho late
rains by presenting a veidant ap
pearance. O.v Thursday, Metbrs. E. P. Adams
& Co. will sell out tho household
furniture at tho residence of Mr. II.
Tin: regular monthly meeting of
tho Association will by held in tho Y.
M. O. A. iiiilois, on Thursday even
ing, at half-past bovea o'clock.
Tub monthly concert of tho Beth"'
Union Congregation will bo held at
the Lycouni, Wednesday evening.
Subject: "Homo Missions,"
Tin: wife of CaptaJ'i Mtutiu of tho
lost ship Dunnator Castht is in San
Frano'sco awaiting llio arrival of her
husband now on Ocean Island.
Thk distance, in a diicct lino from
Ocean Island to Ouhu is 1,200 miles.
Tho Duniialor Castle's boat laid to
t-n.il 1,878 miles in order to leach her
A sbaman who has buffered tho
lieat of about i0 bummers, and has
braved lite furry of as many winters,
was been piomouading Honolulu
w! h a raited umbrella this after
noon, as though to suve his bronzed
Mn. L. A. Scott, ot tho Inter
national Tract Society, advertises n
sum of money found, which lie will
deliver upon lecoiviag a corroqt
Tun Mutual Toli'piiono Company
cull for n full attendance of shaie
I'olders tit llio minimi meeting to bu
hold at 10 o'clock to-nionow inoriiing
ut the .Company's olllces.
Tlio Hon. Samuel Talker cntcr
taineil llio lion. II. A. P. Cm tor, His
Majesty's Minister to tho United
flutes at dinner hint evening. Ilis
Majesty tho King wuh also present.
Tm: Japnnoau Consul will entertain
the Captain nntl olliceis of the
Japanese nian-of-war this evening, at
his residence. Tho Itoyal Hawaiian
Hand will ho in attendance, and play
from 7 ;30 to 10 v. M.
A oi:n'tm:.man suggcits that the
Hawaiian Government should erect
a house on Ocean It-laud, mi con
Htruetud n to catch nntl storo rain
water, and at the siinie time allonl
shelter to shipwrecked sailois on that
Mit. Norton, the chief olllcer of the
ship liuuiiiitor Oastlu, is, as ho ap
peared on llio streets to-day, a line
hpeeimen of haidy manhood. Not
withstanding the hardships he has
passed through lately, ho presents a
healthy and sliong appearance.
Tin: last ciew of castaway millin
ers, prior to those who arrived yester
day, were the crew of tho British
Ship Norval, burnt in mid-ocean in
18M, and picked up off Hawaii by
Captain Kin",, thun nvtstsr of the S.
S. Likeliko. They had tin veiled 2,100
miles in 20 days in no open boat.
They arrived m good health.
i i '
Chinamen ate good patrons of the
carriage manufacturers. A now car
riage was. delivered to a Celestial yos
tcidiiy morning honi the factory at
tho rear of the Union Saloon, for
which ho paid $150. In tho tifter
.nooii he returned to the builder of
tho carriage with a broken abaft and
a smashed dash-board. As long as
John drives a vehicle, the trade will
never be slack in this city.
On Saturday night itt, some evil
disposed person committed a malici
ous act in fiont of Mr. AV. S. Luce's
wine and spiiit store on Met chant
street. Mr. Luce has placed two
hitching posts with chains attached
in front of his stoic. Tho chains
were broken off short, fastened to
gether and tlnown down at the door
way. AVherein lies the joke?
Tub steamer AVaialealc has been
eh a toicd by the IhiiNh Govcr Miient,
and proceeds to Ocean Island for the
put pose of lescutng the remaining
people of Ihowiccked ship Dun i.i!ior
Castle. She took in coal and p'o
vissions this morning, and sailed this
afternoon at -1 o'clock, commanded
by Mr. Hall,. chief olllcer. Dr. Crad
dock goes in the vessel on account of
the Board of Health, and Mr. Baird
represents the Biitish Government.
Tub mate of the Dunnator Castle
left for the w.eck by the steamer
AVaialealc this afternoon. Tho whale
boat, the seven sailors arrived at
Kauai in is on the Kinau wharf, and
is an object of curiosity. Piof. Strong
applied for peiinissiou to go by the
Wainlca'lc this aftevnoon, to lake a
sketch of the wiockand island, for
the puiposc of putting it in oil, but
was ionised passage.
Tub native workmen employed in
the AVatcr Woiks, whc making a
connection with a main pipe usually
perform the task without shutting
off tlie water above, or letting it have
a free run below, tho place of con
nection, and last Satuiday a stalwart
native thought ho could do tho same
with the new and larger pipes. lie
was d'illing the main in front of Mr.
Ma'k Itobinson's residence, Nuuiinu
Avenue, on the day mentioned, and
all went well until he struck water.
As boon ' tho dnll penetrated the
pipe, a ot.cum issued from the hole,
si ikipg the nativo on the chest and
knocking him flat on his back. Al
though tho man was not seriously
hurt, he came near breaking his neck
in the fall.
DEPARTURE OF THE S.S. WAIALEALE.
A crowd assembled on the wharf
this afternoon to see the S. S. AVai
nlcale start on her mission of mercy.
Col. Boyd went in the stciuner as
representative of the Hawaiian Gov
ernment. His Majesty the King
went down to see the vessel off!
AVkodinq Cakes of 25 years' repu
tation in Honolulu always on hand
fiom 10 to 100 lbs. of tho finest,
richest and delicate flavor, and orna
mented in tho highest stylo of ait, at
lower prices than any where else, at
tho Steam Candy Factory & Bakery
of I 1IOBN,
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook
Mutual and Bell Telephone, No. 71.
Tin: laigest stock and greatest
vaiiely of homo manufactured,
str'ctly piud Candies, can only bo
fumul at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Bakery, and Ico Cieam
Rooms, No. 71, Hotel street, between
Fort and Niuianu streets. F. HOKN,
Fioprielor, Practical Confectioner
and Pastry Cook and Oriianiente,r.
Patiionizb Homo Industry byhuy
ing cigars of J, AV. Hingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepared to fill all
orders at tho lowest possible whole
sale juices. Ifcland orders solicited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no licetibo is lequircd" to
sell these cigais. Do not forget the
iiiiuiu J. AV. Hingloy, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Woiks, Hotel street,
LOSS OF TUB BlTTlSII Still' DlJ.VSOTTAl!
Castv.: on OcjSan Is nh 18,00
Mii.t:s IN AN OIM'.S IIOAV Si:v?s
HKS l'tCKKIJ UL HY StEAMLU J AM US
MAKI2B TWLKTV-TWO MF.JJ l.U.V
on Tim Island.
At (HKulcr past i o'clock yester
day afternoon, a telephonic niessrgo
was leceived by Messis. J. M. Oat,
Jr. & Co. from Waintine, announcing
the, arrival there of the steainu?
Jamc9 iAIakce, with seven of the
crew of the British ship Duniiottar
Castle, wrecked on Ocean Jsliind
hit. 28 25' N., long. 178 :10' AV.
and distant about 1,200 miles fiom
Honolulu. This staitling news was
immediately transmitted to Major
J. Hay Wodeliouso, II. II. M. Com
missioner and Consul General, vlio
at once made preparations for the
reception of the shipwrecked
marinei s. The steamer James Makee
left AVairnac about 0 i m., and
anived at the wharf, at half-past I)
The news having spread round,
on the syund of the steamer's whis
tle when entering the channel, a
large number of people wended their
way to the wharf to gather fuither
pailiculars, and to welcome those
who are known to he saved.
Major Wodeliouso was on the
wharf, and in his olllcial capacity
received the men, and forwarded
them to the Siilors' Home, where
they received every attention neces
sary for their comfort.
The following are the names of
the icscucd men :
Henry Norman, first mate, Lowcs
oft, Suffolk, England.
Henry Thompson, Holland.
AVilliam llogs'is, Kngland.
Harry AA'ceks, England.
Charles Brandt, German.
Edward Hall, England.
Jaocb Hume, Norway.
The Duniiottar Castle left Sydney,
N. S. AV., on the 9te June, bound
to Wilmington, Lower California, in
charge of Captain II. A. Mat tin,
and a full crew of 28 men including
chief, seciiid, and third olllcers.
All went well until the night of the
loth Julv, the vessel proceeding
to the iorth"a-d under ful s.i'1, the
wind being light f loin the eastward
and the weather very hazy. Ocean
Island is luw and flat, t'lid under the
circumstances, it was not visible
moie than a mile or two distant.
The reefs extend a long distance
from the main land, and bcfoic the
latter could be seen, or there being
any sign f its proximiiy, the vessel
glided on to the reef, going about
six or seven knots ut the time. The
bottom was found to be coral, and
there were two reefs, an inner and
outer one, the vessel being stranded
between them. The pumps wcic at
once sounded and several feet of
water were found to be in the hold.
Cargo was jettisoned and every
possible effort made to stop the leak
and float tho ship, but all were
Seeing that it was impossible to
save the ship, llio water in tho hold
having risen within two feet of the
main deck, it was lesolved to abandon
her, but not until everything had
been done that was possible. The
salt water had found its way into
some of the ship's iron water tanks
through defective manholes, tltcieby
rendering it brackish, r.id unfit for
use. All the water that was lit to
drink was saved, but the quantiiy
was comparatively snipll for the con
sumption of 29 souls. Provisions
were landed with dilllculty, but the
quanli.y was insufficient for a
lengthened rcsideii'-e on the Island.
After watching on all sides with
intense anxiety, for many days for
an' signs of a sail, and beginning
to despair of being succored, it was
resolved to send u boat's crew in
charge cf Mr. Norman, the chief
olllcer, to seek for rel'ef. The ship's
life buat was fitted up in the best
poss'ole manne- with sails, oars and
other neceiiries. Provis'ons and
wate-, calculated to be 6iihlcient for
28 days, were placed in her, and a
proportionate quantity left with the
22 men that icmniued on the island,
coiiipri&'ug, Captain Martin, second
and third olllcers, 15 seamen, and !
boys. The boat's crew parted from
their shipmates on thu 22nd Jury,
steering a course for the Hawaiian
Islands. The winds were unfavor
able most of the time, being from
theeastwaid and noithward. Thu
fhst land imide after leaving Ocean
Island, was Nceker Island on the
!)iu August. Landing was out of
question owing to the breakers. It
could not be tippioachcd within four
miles. T'roccsding eastward, Uiid
Jeland was sighted the following
Sundry, and approached as near as
was prudent. There being no signs
of r'ittJ. on this island, the' stecied
for Katia , and reached the fishing
vitlr.go of Ktilalaii on Sunday Irst
the i2th instant. The approach to
this placo being also of a daugcious
looking character, they hesitated to
risk going in, when the natives went
off in canoes and took them inside
the reef safely. Here, another and
li3li.cr wlinleboat than that in which
these seven bravo men had traveled
1,878 miles, was procured, and
Chief Officer Norman was taken by
nativo Ilawailans to llaimlei, where
he found the Iuter-lsland Steam Mavi
grtion Co. '8 steamer James Mnkco
at anchor, Captain AVeir ordered
steam at once, and starling a little
after midnight, was round at Kala-
i3a.'i.j,MuMUv-dC. Uiimiitiattmmhuir -&& ailW',., ,hxi.-tflUki.kjltta,
Tfrimrntrfam vi, ,.iiiqMirreieaajteatyiWyrTTOra.Kt'yiJ
lnu nt an early hour on Monday
morning. The six men. were found
tliete. They had been fed, and ucll
ticalcd in every lespcct by the
n.iiivcs who receive 1 and eniet tallied
t1"1 a. Tho' were taken i.n hoaid
I' o steamer, and Captain Weir
s ei'ined direct for Wniaur.e, 'tthii,
ant! thence to Hon lulu.
The condition of the seven rescued
men was not so bad as one wo'uld
liiin)!:c, .'.tough their sufferings
hni g i.o lift y-two days they had
pa'ueil -n in (Men boat, tlnee weeks
of v. im tiiey e c on half raviolis,
cue cek ul, oiscuit and a pint of
wi'lcr er diiy. and the last
twelve days, only 'ialf a biscuit and
half a pint of water per day. Meat,
they had none .since leaving Bird
Island, mid then only some unwhole
some ttud rank bcn-hiids.
On Ocean Island, a part of a
wreck was seen, supposed to be that
of the U. S. man-of-war Saginaw,
lost in 1870. No living soul was
found on the Ulaud, nor any habita
tion. They erected tents and huts,
us a protection from the sun. Water
of a brackish iKi'.ure is all that could
be found, and the nuanltiv very
Sea-birds and lish were plentiful,
but without other provisions, more
especially good water, sickness and
death must soon follow. Mr. Norman
leports, of the 22 men left on the
island, sevcial showed signs of sick
ness and general debility before he
sailed. The third olllcer desired to
accompany him in the boat, but Mr.
Norman considered he was too sick,
and would only lequire to be buried
The expressions of gratitude to
Captain Weir and his olllcers for
their unremitting kindness to the
shipwrecked men, aie universal and
The boat in which they travel sed
the sea, is a lifeboat, 25 feet lung and 8
feet beam, with wale'ti'dtts compart
ments forwaad and aft, and also
both sides. She is luggcr-rijjgcd,
and had two jibs and a jigger titled
lltied to her. Airsniently a line sea
boat, but decidedly under rigged to
make much headway in light head
wind':. This boat was" brought over
on the deck jC the si earner James
ALeIr'j3 and lauded on the wharf this
The JJunintlnr Castle was an iion
ship of 1700 tons and owned by
Messrs Skinne' & Sons, of London
and Glasgow, for whom Messis. G.
AV. .Macfarlane it Co. arc agents.
to Tin: nr.se i:.
Pi o vision having been made for
those wll have anived, no time was
lost in taking steps to rescue the
remainder of the cow. The steamer
Wainlenle was chartered this morn
ing, and sailed fur Ocean Island this
alleruoou, under the command of
Uapudu Hall. Mr. N'unian ac
companies the expedition. Coals
and provisions suflicicnt for several
days cruise, were quickly placed on
hoard the steamer-and the prayers of
this community are that success may
attend Ihe attempt to save the lives
of those castaway mariners, from a
horrible and suffering death from
hunger and thirst.
Another royal author has appeared
in the person of the young Grand
Duchess Sergius of Russia, the
second daughter of the Grand Duke
of IIeso and Princess Alice of Great
Btitain. The young lady has pub
lished a novel which is called "Le
Hoi de Thessalie," and which deals
in a sparkling way with Court
Ci,A.M-Ciiowni:u at the Keystone
Pictuiii: Frames and Cornices
made to order, old Frames ropahed,
regilded, etc. King Pros'. Art Store.
AriuoiNiA Bright I A'irginin Plight!
Virginia Blight is the best cigarette
in .town. Kvery smoker who has
tried thorn hivh t-o. AVho wants
A'iiginia Blight? Go to Hilder's Cen
tral Cigar Stand, at Mr. AVihcinuu's
office, Merchant street. 21) lit.
Bit. Flint's Hbakt Kemkiiv is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Desciiptivo book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents, 1151
Fhbsii, Steani-froon, I'uio anil
Bichest Ice Cream, every day. No
Cieam fio.eu over tho second, third,
or.ovon tho fourth day. Sold at tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory,
Bakery, and lco Cteaui Booms. F.
HOBN, Ptoptiotor, Hotel, between
Fort and Ntiuaiiii stieets. Both
telephones, No. 7-1. 18
What everybody needs at the pte-
i-out hot spell is something cool and
refiCbhing. Thoro is nothing like
tho superior handmade Ico Cieams,
Shot bets ami Fiuit Ices seivoil at tho
Klitu Ico Cieam Pallors, 85 Hotel
nil cot. Keep our fancy cakes and
candies in mind. They can'l be beat,
I'lllli:, ItlC'll AND ONLY
t- FitKSIl 1CK CKJ3AM Jgft
i:vi:itv day at
IIOHN'S Steam Oandy Fnctoiy ami
llakoiy it Ico Oicani'ltooins. 27
k'APIOLANI HATH HOUSE I
Kajiiolani Hath llouto!
If ek'uiilini'ss iH next to ftoilliness,
go to thu uliijvo nanied cot, near i
tbu Mm'inu Jlailxvay, wliuro yon can
get tbu bt'ht appetizer in thu wotld
fu'fch air and bait water bathing anil
boating. IteficsliinoiitH ,nnl cold
drinks upstairs, - 10 ' ;
We are Fighting Opposition!
No connection with any corner,
ureal Slaughter in Laces !
J3r Lookout when the TEMPLE of "FASHION will
have one day in this month, Avhere Ave Avill give Goods
tnvay, NO PAY. " 27
HERE WE GOME
1 li ii I'ini)
Whlcli wo will sull at the following
Boys' Suits from ... $3.00 upwards.
Youths' " ' 1.00
Mens' " " - i.00 '
Our Fuinlsliing GomIs pro nil nnnrnnti'cd, aie us Fine in Quality, and as Cheap
in I'licu m any lfgitlinati1 Ikhc can all'ord to mil In Honolulu.
Remember this Stock is New ! Remembar tho Prices aro low, and eur Goods
Wo cannot iilloril lo jj'vi! tra-sli away to ilriw rii'stoint'i'-t but will tell you some
thing which will give s.ilisfuelion and maku you cull again at tho
ECAM M$B GO'S,
Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
KinjLj Street, betweon Fort and Alstkca Streets,
HAS HECKIVED, l'ER AUSTKAL1A.
timuked Salmon, Smoked Iltilibut, Hums, Bacon, Block C'odlii-h, Kits nnd linB Snl.
mon I'ulllf-. ki'g.s Uutter Cain Clicuiv, kegs l'Icl:iu, kegs Pig I'otk, Tnblu Hai
sins, Figs, Almonds, Wtdmilt-, Spicid DcefUoned Chickeii, I.uik h Tongues, Chip,
ped Ueuf, cii'-Cs UybtiTs, Siuilincs Sen Fo-iiii Crackers Flour, Hran, Wheal, Oats,
White fii'tll"' Smip, Riaiiulaicil Sugar, Cuhu Sugar, Powdered Sugar, Qernien,
JJieukfast Oerin, (,'lioku Tins, Freaeli Peas, etc. AJpo,
" Good Wight " and Palace Brands Kerosene Oil.
All nt Lowest markel
uiles and Snlihfnclioii Guarnnlced.
Telephone. 1 111.
LEWIS k CO., GROCERS,
111 JToi-L .Street,
Importers &, DcaSers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
.Iiiht to hand, per sto niter AuMrnlia Kegs Holland Herrings, k g Kitrnily f'orncd
Dcef, kegs Kmnily Corned Pork, Keith FiitniU batiikiuiil, kegs Mixid PlckUs,
kegs Cribti.l Ut'ipi-, Kits Emim Choice Siilinon liellics, kit Extra Choice
.Mnckeiel, lie-li Snil;nl Ilullliul, fresh Smoked Salinon ImsIi -niok"d San.
Mine, fre-h Smoked lleef, hiltaker Stnrr Himis, llm Dupen llains, .Tacol)
DoUl's IttiU'iilii Iliiuih, Cil i Dried Figs, block nnd xxliite; Ciln t'heoe, Oregon
Creinn Cliee.e, S)iiss Cliee-e. S.in Sago Cheese, Pine A pl' Cheise nnd Elmn
Clieutc, 2 Ik Hock-; Stinxv While Codicil, Clcily I.eim.ii., in-li Penr?, Ked
Ciibbngu . J'rt" i'iiriii'hii' attention is called to a m ns..n j. u-,! ,f thu f,lm.
oiik II, ilmes txi Conn's His-uils, Grahnui Wafer-, OnUi-ii I'lak"-. i-ea Foam
Walcis, .Midgtts, (Jiig. r Wafers anil Waler. rritcu liUcnit- at. d a full line
of Canned Gnoil.- unit ..mlii, also fie-h Anjiles in lioxcs. in qu ihiIiIm to suit,
at lowest m n ket pi ice .Naiv Cala Potatoes and Onion it. I i n i mlltiou. 17
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
.JUST Kl-OEIVJiD, THE FINKST LINES OF
U' U i
HA'IS, CAPS, F.TC, r.TC.
Ltitx'st Styles unci Novelties in Xueliwnre.
Alto, by iijunud and siuiiil rqiusi, u niu.ll lnorc'iif ili (In liiind.inude,
"JJ' li "t; ci n f f.-
!)0l Olilalnnblu In li
(I'oriueih with Suniucl Nott.
Impoi'liw nnd uiilv fii
STOVES, CHANDELBERS, LAMPS,
CI.OCKKltY. OLAf'sAltL, l(-lSE l'L'UNll-1)1X1 HMIDWAI'E,
,V. '1 II ON AND TINWA1U
Agent FaiFs -.fe and Lock Company,
Beaver Bloc!cr - - Fort Street.
t?TSioiu fonneily octuple i l- J.NdTI', opt'Chite Spreckils & Co.'a ItnnW. -55a
and 05 Fort Street.
avc are jtiBt below.
TO THE FRONT !
t5T P O. Hox 5-72;
P. O. Uox 2U7.
Mi niniisliiii!! Goods,
MJmiiiA'Aidj6itm . kit.i
Health is Wealth
Int. H. 0. West's NtnTE and IJtuts Tw.vr
MENT.n Kitnrntitocd enrclfio for ll)ttil, Plwi
W". Convulsions, FiU, Norvonn Nont-ilirin,
lIonmc.lm,:orToimPntrntlon.c.-ui hjr tlioitMi
of mcoliol or tolmccu, WnkrfolneR. Mental De
trfion,SoftoninRot tho Drain, resulting In in
Kinity nmt Irailmn to mlJory, deoay unit ilojitlij
l'retnnturo Old Aro, ll.irrcnnoM, Lous of l'owur
in cltlior . Involantonr Losson nnd Hpormator.
rlicc.n, coUBcd hy over-oxortion of tho brain, BO.f.
nbueo, or OTPr-induluonco. Eacli box contains
ono month's tn-atmont. SI.00 n box, or fix boxi-t
or SS.U), Bent by mall prepaid on receipt of pricu.
wk ;u.vnAXTKi: mix. uoxeh
To enro nny cneo. AVlth oncli ordrr rfolypil by n
for rix lxixos. nccomptuilod with ti.OX we Trill
eend tho purchaser oar written (raarnnteoto re
fund tho money if tho trentmont dooa not etlevt
n cilre. (Juaranteea issued only by
1 1 0 1 L. 1 BTJJ It fc CO.
TEwiartrthitViTflrffwtnl fortRf ruof UrtrCnrltal'
Pr(rptft, hltk llnutwb. IbdlcMtka, CofiiUptlloa w CoUvn.i,
w .ft&aot car with WmI'i cUbl Llf tr TOli, mhtn lit 4lnt
Itooi krt ilrkttf cemc1l4 with. Tbty tr twnly tr(tutl. b4
" fall W rl utlitllci). Bunt Cotod. Urt tnm.ni.
WdIsk 10 fill., 1 t.ou. rr ul. by til drurt''". Bt wft ot
toubUrf.lti M Imlutlobi. Tbt trnaln feawafMlarfd lr It
JOHN O. WEST A CO , HI A HI W. llum gu, Cb,i
! Ultl (uli Mil tr umil rtfU on m.lfi r I cut tump.
llolllHtor cX: Co..
Wlioli-alc nnd Kctnil Aucnis.
St. Louis' College
Boarding and Day School
FOU HOYS AT
The Course of Instruction embraces
all thu branches of a good Christian
nnd Commercial Educnli'-n. A Special
Class has been formed this j ear for nil
vanct'il scholars. L:tin. Gteik, French
,nd Geiiuiui are opllnniii.
For Day Scholars, Mill, 7"ic, !rl $1.50
iir n onli.
Tlio Hi) rdlng Oepniltii-nt co: sists of
two itiaiiiiet elnse- ot pupils.
Hoard nnd Tuition, 1st Clns, per
nntium f liO
llo.ml nnd Tuition, 2nd Class, pcr
Iusliittiictidil .Miibie, i ir nionlli.. 4
Vocal Mu-ic A: Dniv. ini: tn-i-if eliitrgc.
I.auiidr.x Expenses, er ni'mlli.... 2
Medic il atleudnneit fortiH ettta
cliaigu iiUo, tcpiiirs of all kinds.
Hooks mi t Mationery at current rales".
Pn) iiietiN must he " made quailc'y
(ex'oiy 2j- moutlis) and in ailxatiee.
Eveiy lio.nder niul lie provided witH
he1 dollies, niatlnii-ses, two nii;hl.
gowns, K'-i nil -nits of clothing forSun
ilay.s and wei-k da s, six 'lib Is, t-lx
pocket IrimlkerChief-, tluee ptirs t.f
stockings, collars and lies, tlnee pniis
of shoe all niinktd. AImi, loilel arti
cles, such as Imir bruh, tooth, mill Mill
slice hr slu-s, coin Ik, soap and blacking.
For aduibslon as Hoarder t crtlllcaii'-s
of good niin.l cliaincler nnd of hrallh
Unitorms xvi'l he obligatory for
Hoarders may spend Ihe tlrst Sitnrday
of eveiy mouth xvilli their pinenls or
A ijiiiirii'ily report of the henltn, con
duct and iiuptovement of every bonnier
will lie sfiil to his parents or guardians.
Tho He-sion c.dinniuiccs th'is xenr on
MONDAY, Septcnibir 1, lb8(i. '
BsSf For further piiilxuhtr.s apply lo
20 Fathor Sylvester, S.S., C.C.
Having teemed Ihe Services of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we are prepared to execute all
House or JSig-n
JPiii utin g".
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Fiilkllitn, Bolls & Spite
II. IIACKPELD & Co.
Banit Oot, bill Not Dead "!
Ryan's Mt-Mlliie Slop
U now ailjoiitlng ihe real of
Chas. JJrowor & Co.'h Bos
ton Line of Packets;.
ir& slipperB will please lukc no.
,Ji3;k th'u that a llrsl.chns vebtel
!ig will lie In llio IhtiIi loading
a'ay'' for this pott in November, to
sail December in. Ciders should Icnvu
here by stiaim t ot October 1st to have
A-iolher liibl rliiss vesull xxlll ftiil for
this port on or uliout the 1st duv of
March, I8$7, of which fuitbir nolicc
will be gixen
For parilculars, apply to
O. r.HEWEH A CO., Agents.
Honolulu, Ant! 21, IKS'I is
Htorti for jront, anil Fix
tures for Hale.
''PIIAT (ksirabfe Stme nnw oecunftd
X by ihu I.A Ull'.si' 1IAZAAII, K8 Fort
stieet. and ill) thu Fixti re-, Gliks Cg'ts,
Ac, for sale. For fuither particular-,
enquire on the l'icmius. 410
Ctf-iX.!! v'.-3v '. J-.
san Jm$k (M$l