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WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 15. 1880.
Dk Ceylon froiu Port Townsciid
Stmr Walninmilo ft out Walmnnnlo
Schr Wnllelu from Tula
Bktne Malay for Port Townsciid
Schr Llliolllio for Waltnun, Knunl
Belli- Emma for ICnuai
VESSELS LfcAVINU TU-MURROW.
Stmr 0 It lSUhop for Hamnkun at 4 p in
llgtno V Q Irwin for San Francisco
Stmr .las Malice for Wnianac ami Kiiunl
at 10 am
VESSELS IN PORT.
Itgtue J D Sproekcls
Bgtnu XV G Irwin, McCulloeli
Japanese man-of-war Tsiikttbn, Ftikus-
Am ship Slclro'.e. Kulb
Schr JO Ford Grl tilth
Jtktno Amelia Newhnll
Uk Isle of Kiln, Ju Inkstcr
liktne Ktlikltat, Cutter
Am bk Edward JIuv, Johnson
Bk Don Nicola", Itoss
Haw brig Alllc Howe, .1 Phillips
For Ocean Isluud, per steamer "Wnl
alcalc, September 14ih Col Jnnies If.
Boyd, Henry Norman, J D Strong, XV
H Baird, S Hiriim, E Lacy, and C F
For Maul and Hawaii, per stcaiiier
Klnau, September 14th Major XV II
Cornwell. XV Y Horner. Sr, XV M
Glffard, Mr LUlitmtii, C J Hearing, Mrs
J Wight, E It Ityan, It Hind, Charles
.Notleyandwlfo, .1 NS Williams, C .1
Falk. O B Makee, Mrs J de la Saueedo,
and about USD deck.
For Kauai, per steamer Iwalaiii, Sep
tember 14th Mrs Deverlll, and about
The schooner J C Ford has
of fiiitrvLf. She wants abouu
more to be loaded.
TbelMv and the dredge have been
repainted aud are now leady for actions.
The Amelia h.is been chartered to
load sugar for Sail Francisco by Brewer
The bark Ccj'lou, Calhoun master,
arrived this morning 20 days from Port
Townsciid with 300,6:1:1 feet of lumber,
and 40,000 laths, to Allen & Itobinson.
Bk Sar.uiae. fi oin New York, sailed
Julv 13th, due here Nov. 18-30.
N'io bk Itimijio, Howard, fiom De
parture Bay, B C, due June 23-30.
Ger bark Pacific Oilman, from Bre
men, due Sept 29-30.
Am baik JCWnoie, G W Jenks, from
Newcastle, X S W, due August 20-30.
Am bark P.icillu Slope. Barnes, from
Newcastle, X S XV, due September
Brit bark XV II Vaton. from Liver
Spool, sailed June 9th, due here Octobei
Brit ship Aiiiaua, (-ailed from London,
April Cth, and from Madeira April 24th,
due Jwie. August 24-31.
Brit bark Iionerag, sailed from Liverpool,-Juut;
5th, due here October 23rd
Am liktne Planter. W It Perrlman,
from Port Towusend, XV T, due Sept
Am bstne Saliuti, Blake, from San
Francisco, due Aug 20-25
Am bk Forest Queen, Winding, due
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson,
Bnllml from Hoston Ausrust 7tli, due
Haw bk Thomas R. Foster, F XV
Kugg, from Newcastle, X S W, due
Brit ship Hospoda, J Babeock, from
Newcastle, X S XV, due October 10-30.
It 31 S S Alameda, 11 G Morse, from
Colonics, en route to San FrancUco,
due September 25th.
Haw brig Hazard, W G Goodman,
from San Francisco, due at llllo, Ha
waii, September 9-15.
B M S S Mararoa, (Brit), James Kdie,
from San Francisco, en route to the Co
lonic1:, due October 2.
BMSS Australia. (Haw), II Webber,
'from Sail Francisco, en route to the Co
.lonles, due October 8th.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mu. Fjsliel is giving away slate and
fclute pencils this week.
TiiB Honolulu Itiflcs will meet at
their armory tins evening for drill.
Tun mail for Saij Francisco by the
W. G. Irwin will close at 11 A, M., to
Mit. Allen Herbert's steam launch
js receiving its machinery, at the
Tub Bethel Union monthly social
will bo held at the Lyceum to-morrow
Heii Royal Highness Princess
Likeliko will bo at homo to-morrow
afternoon at her lesidcnco, Waikiki,
from 3 to 5 o'clock.
The sale of furniture at Mr.
Rodger's residence, Nutianu street,
previously announced for to-morrow,
has been postponed until further
Tin: races to take place at Knpio
lani race course next Satuiday be
tween Clementina and Redwood, pro
mine to 1)0 intorcHting. Thoy begin
at 2 p. M trotting to harness, three
in livo for it purse of $500.
While tho water supply hill was
dragging its slow length along yester
day afternoon, in the Legislative As
sembly, one of tho honorablo mem
bers took lefugo fiom legislative an
noyances in a sound sleep.
Tiir.iti: will bo tho usual set vice at
St. Andrew's Cathedral, this evening,
conducted by Rev. George Wallace.
After borvieo, the choir will rehearse,
and a full attendance of members is
Mk. J. Lyons will hold his jugular
cash sale on Thursday, at 10 A. M.
In addition to a largo assortment of
general merchandise, will bo oilbred
a lot of splendid plants. In addition
to the numerous ai tides to bo sold,
are 10 bales of Jiuy, slightly damaged
by Jresh water.
"Evtnv member of Mechanic
Engine Co.; No. 2, is wanted at tho
Engine House this evening, at 7 :30
At noon, to-motrow, Mr. Lewis J.
Levey will sell tho schooner Mary O.
llohni, sale to take pluco at tho auc
tion loom on Queen street;
l.v tho Police Court, Aiu was lined
.$130 for adultery, and his accomplice
Mclciina, was lined $15. Tho former
noted an appeal to the Intermediary
Court. This constituted all tho busi
ness this day.
STEAM LAUNDRY AFFAIRS.
Monday, the Ultli, was the last
day that bids for the. purchase of
the Honolulu Steam Laundry were
receivable, and ns no offer was ten
dered, it is 8,aid that the ct editors of
the Laundry contemplate forming a
joint stock company, with 400 shares
at 810 each, and appointing a man
ager to run the concern in their in
terest. Mr. Geo. (Jiiviiiiii;rli, who
has been conducting the Laundry
for the past three or four months,
can produce evidence Hint the work
is well done, tho patrons numerous
and the business pays. With such
assurance of success, the contem
plated designs will probablj' he put
into r fleet.
A MULE CIRCUS.
The 21 mules that came here by
the J. I). Spreckcls last week for
Ookala plantation, Hawaii, were
shipped by the S. S. Kinau last
evening. They were very frisk
and stubborn, kicking at everything
that came near them, and refusing
to board tho steamer, until they
Were hauled in by steam power.
When a rope was thrown over a
mule, tho donkey engine started up
and invariably the animal would'get
between pieces of timber and lie
down. Captain King would then
yell to natives "catch hold of his
tail and pull him out," but when
the captain was invited to take hold
of the treacherous narrative, he
would give "a scornful look to the
inviter. The steamer was delayed
until 5 o'clock on account of one of
the mules breaking away, and be
cause of the difliculty in getting
DECISION OF QUEEN'S HOSPITAL
A special meeting of the Board of
Trustees of the Queen's Hospital
was held this morning in the Cham
ber of Commerce room. The object
of the meeting was to consider the
advisableness and feasibility of
transferring the antiquities and
curios left to the Hospital by the
will of the late Queen Emma to the
Hon. Chas. R. Bishop, who is about
to open a national museum. Mr.
Kunuiakea, one of the heirs of the
Queen Emma estate and part claim
ant of the curios, consents to give
his interest in them to Mr. Bishop
for the purpose mentioned, on the
condition that the Queen's Hos
pital also give their interest. It
having been the wish of the late
Queen Emma to have a national
museum in Honolulu, and such wish
having been specified in her. will
(signed but not witnessed), the
Trustees of the Queen's Hospital
have decided to deed to Mr. C. B.
Bishop all the curios and antiquities
left them by the will of the deceased
queen, on the condition that all the
ancient relics left I13' the late High
Cliiefcss Paiiahi Bishop, be also
given to the museum.
ANNUAL MEETINC OF THE MUTUAL
The annual meeting of the share
holders of the Mutual Telephone
Company was held at the Company's
offices this morning at 10 o'clock.
Present: H. Waterhouse, (in the
chair), W. E. Foster, W. L." Green,
F. A. Schaefer, J. II. Paty, S. G.
Wilder, C. O. Berger, A. S. Cleg
horn, Prof. Alexander, Parmalce,
Frank Brown, Ehlrich, R. Grieve,
E. B. Thomas, Dr. McGrew, D.
Dayton, H. J. Nolle, D. P. Smith,
Hyman, M. Green, J. Colburn, F.
Hustace, McChesncy, J. A. Hopper,
"W. W. Hall, Walter'Seal, C. Bolte,
J. T. Waterhouse, Jr., Midler, C.
E. Williams, Selig, Kapcna, Swanzy,
G: P. Castle, J. W. Pratt, (Super
intendent), A. Jaeger, (Secretary),
and others, representing 2,100
The accounts of the Treasurer
were presented and accepted bj' tho
Mr. W. W. Hall proposed and
Mr. Paty seconded, that the ac
counts be referred to the Auditor,
Mr. S. M. Damon. Carried.
Tho next business was the elec
tion of Directors for tho ensuing
year, with the following result:
Messrs. S. G. Wilder, J. II. Paty,
F. A. Schaefer, J. A. Hopper and
There being no questions asked
tho directors, the meeting adjourned
nt 1 1 :30 a. m.
A directors'meeting followed, and
elected tho following officers for tho
ensuing year: II. A. Widemann,
President ; Henry Waterhouse, Vice
President jA. Jaeger, Secretary and
Treasurer; W. F. Allen, Auditor.
Pathonjzk Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Woiks, where ho is prepared to fill all
oidors at tho lowest possililo whole
sale piices. Island orders wdicited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealors is lespectftilly invited to
tho fact "no licenso is icquired" (0
bell these cigars. Do not forget the
name J. W. Hingloy, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
TO THE RESCUE.
A STttAMEU DISPATCHED TO OCEAN
Prompt action was taken by
Major J. Hay Wodcliouse in sending
relief to the remaining portion of tho
crew of the Dunnottar Castle. The.
steamer Waialcalc was chartered
yesterday morning, and she was
promptly prepared for the expedi
tion. Tho Hawaiian Government
acted in concert, and placed men
and material on board the steamer
for the benefit of any persons who
might be similarly castaway to the
men of the Dunnottar Castle. Water
tanks were also put on board the
steamer, and they will be left on the
Island filled with water. A shed,
roofed with corrugated iron and fit
ted with gutters for catching rain,
will be elected. Provision's In abun
dance, and four live sheep for im
mediate use, were placed on board
the Waialcalc Coals, sulilcient for
20 days' consumption, were taken
on board ; in fact, everything neces
sary and requisite for tho object to
The olllcers were: John Hall,
captain ; M. Flowers, chief olllccr ;
F. Smith, second officer.
There were also on board, Colonel
James II. Boyd, representative of
the Hawaiian Government ; Mr. W.
II. Baird, representative of the
British Government; Dr. S. E. Crad
dock, representative of the Hawaiian
Board of Health ; Mr. J. D. Strong,
and Mr. Henry Norman, first mate
of the wrecked ship Dunnottar
The building was, elected by
Messrs. Lucas & Co., and was de
livered at the wharf by !J o'clock in
the afternoon and placed on board
in pieces, requiring but little labor
to put them together.
Everything being in readiness for
starting, the vessel cast off from the
wharf nt 4:45 p.m. and proceeded
on her way under the most favor
able circumstances, tho wind being
fresh from the north-east, and the
water smooth and weather fine and
clear. Crowds of people assembled
on the wharf to see her off, and
cheer after cheer went forth to cheer
them on their way.
His Majesty the King visited the
vessel "during the afternoon, and
among those present at the steamer's
departure were His Ex. Hon. John
O. Dominis, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn,
Major James Hay Wodcliouse, II.
B. M.'s Commissioner; Colonel the
Hon. Curtis 1. Iaukca, His Maj
esty's Chamberlain; Hon. W. G.
Irwin,. Hon. Samuel Parker, Major
A. B. Hay ley, Major W. II. Corn
well, Hon. Fred. II. Ilayselden and
Mr. F. P. Hastings, United States
It is estimated that the run down
there will occupy about five days,
and the return trip five and a half
or six days. Allowing for two days'
detention at Ocean Island, the Wai-
aleale may be looked for about the
" THE SINKING OF THE ALABAMA."
From an account in the April
Century, by John Mcintosh Kell,
the second officer in command of the
Alabama, is taken the following:
"When the firing ceased Captain
Scmmes ordered me to dispatch an
officer to the Kearsarge to say that
our ship was sinking, and to ask
tha't they send boats to save our
wounded, as our boats were disabled.
The dingey, our smallest boat, had
escaped danger. I dispatched Mas
ter's mate Fullara with the request.
No boats appearing, I had one of
our quarter boats lowered, which
was slightly injured, and I ordered
the wounded placed in her. Dr.
Gait, the surgeon, who was in charge
of the magazine and shell-room divi
sion, came on deck at this moment
and was at once put in charge of the
boat, with orders lo take the
wounded to the Kearsarge.' They
shoved off just in time to save the
poor fellows from going down in the
"I now gave the order for 'every
man to jump overboard with a spar
and save himself from the sinking
ship.' To enforce the order I walk
ed forward and urged tho men over
board. As soon as the decks were
cleared, save the bodies of the dead,
I returned to tho stern port, where
stood Captain Semmcs with one or
two of the men and his faithful
steward, who, poor fellow! was
doomed to a watery grave, as he
could not swim. The Alabama's
stern port was now almost to the
water's edge. Partly undressing,
we plunged into Hie sea and made
an ofllng from tho sinking ship,
Captain Semmes with a life-preserver
and I on a grating.
"The Alabama settled stern fore
most, foundling her bows high in
the air. Graceful even in her death
struggle, sho in a moment disap
peared from the faco of tho waters. '
Tho sea now presented a mass of
living heads, striving for their lives.
Many poor fellows sank for tho want
of timely aid. Near mo I saw a
lloat of empty shell-boxes, and call
ed to one of tho men, a good swim
mer, to examine it; he did so nud
replied: 'It is the Doctor, sir, dead.'
Poor Llewellyn I he perished almost
in sight of his home. Tho young
Midshipman Mafllt swam to mo and
oU'ered his life-preserver. My grat
ing was not proving a vory bouyant
lloat, and the white-caps breaking
over my head were distressingly un
comfortable, to say tho least. Mallit
said ; 'Mr. Kell, take my life-preserver,
sir ; you are almost exhaust
ed." Tho gallant boy did not con
sider his own condition, but his pnl-
. ' ".
lid face told me that his heroism was
supclor to his bodily suffering, and
I refused it. After twenty minutes
or more I heard near me some one
call out: 'There is our First-Lieu-tennnt
,' and the next moment I was
pulled into a boat, in which was
Captain Scmmcs, stretched out in
the stem sheets, as pallid ns death.
Ho had received during the action n
slight contusion on the hand, aud
the struggle in the water had almost
exhausted him. There were also
seveial of our crew in the boat, and
in n few moments we were alongside
a little steam yacht, which had come
among our floating men, and by
throwing them ropes saved mnny
lives. Upon reaching her deck, I
nsceitaiued for the lit st time, that
she was the yacht Dcerliound, owned
by John Lancaster of England. In
looking round I saw two French
pilot-boats engaged in saving our
crew, and finally two boats from the
Ivearsarge." S. F. Bulletin.
A CELEBRATED JEWISH MURDER TRIAL.
The Vienna Court of Appeal has
finally decided an extraordinary ease
which lias for the last four years
excited all Guliuin. A Jew named
Moses Rittcr, his wife, and their two
daughters, and a Christian peasant
named Slochlinski, were arrested in
March, 1882, on a chaige of having
murdered a peasant jjirl. The case
closely followed tho notorious Tisza
Eszlar affair, and the jury promptly
found Riltcr and his wife, and
Stochlinski guilty, all three being
sentenced to death. The conviction
was quashed on appeal, and the
accused placed u second time on
their trial, this time on in Cracow.
They were again found guilty and
sentenced, and again ttie Vienna
court decided that the jury was
packed. The case was tried before
a third jury with the same result.
Finally the Vienna Court of Appeal,
consisting of twenty-one judges, has
unanimously decided that the accus
ed are innocent, and telegraphically
ordered their release. Meanwhile
Stochlinski lias died in prison.
Pictuiie Fi anies and Cornices
made to order, oltl Flames repaired,
regilded, etc. King Jlros'. Art Store.
lilt. iM.lNT'H HEAIlT KEMEDY IS a
Specific for all forms of Heait Dis
ease and 11U0 for DUt'iiton of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Uuiibim Smith &
Co., Agents. 3,rl
Fiiesh, Stuani-froon,. Pure and
Richest Ice Cieam, every day. No
Cieam fiozen over the second, third,
or even the fourth day. Sold at the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory,
Bakery, and Ice Cream Rooms. F.
HORN, Proprietor, "Hotel, between
Fort and Xutiunu streets. Both
telephones, No. 74. 18
What everybody needs at the pre-i-ont
hot npell is bomething cool and
refreshing. There is nothing like
the superior handmade Ice Creams,
Sherbets and Fruit Ices served at the
Elite Ico Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel
street. Keep our fancy cakes and
candicb in mind, They can't be beat.
I'UIIE, llJf'H AND ON'J,Y
fjF FRESH ICE UKEAM
EVEIIV HAY AT-
HORN'S Steam Candy Factory
Bakery & lee Cream Rooms.
KAIMOLAXI HATH HOUSE
Kapiolaui Hath House!
If cleanliness is next to godliness,
go to the above named resort, near
tho Marine Railway, where you can
get the best appetizer in the world
ficsli air and halt water bathing and
boating. Itefrcshnieids and cold
drinks upstairs. 1G
Wkiwino Cakes of 25 years' repu
tation in Honolulu always on hand
from 10 to 100 11. of tho finest,
1 ichest and delicate flavor, and orna
mented in the highest style of art, at'
lower prices than any where else, at
tho Steam Candv Factory & Ilakery
of P. HORN,
Practical Confectionei, Pastry Cook
Mutual and Hell Telephone, No. 71.
Tiik largest stock and greatest
variety of homo nmiiutactureil,
strictly pure Candies, can only he
found at tho Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Ilakery, nnd Ico Cream
Rooms", No. 71, Hotel street, between
Fort and Nuuanu streets. F. HORN,
Proprietor, Practical Confectioner
and Pastry Cook and Ornaniontcr.
DURING my absence from the King,
dom MR. C. IIUBTAOK holds my
pnwcr'of attorney to act for mu, and
Mit. W. II. HUDI)Y is authorized to re.
ccivu moneys and sign riccipts for inc.
S'ap Workn, Lcluo,
1IIKKKHY give notice that from
and after this date, I will not
he responsible for any debts con
tracted without the written order of
myself or wife.
' HAMUKL PARKER,
Honolulu, Kept. 10, 188(1. 28 3m
XV, P. CROOKS, Propiictor
SliontlnL' Gallurv. Fort Street.
ir; On presentation of this order, I will
present ouo uocii cnumi-i puotogrupus
to the person milking tho best aggregate
bcorc, to commence Sejitemher 10th nnd
close on the last day of the month.
30tf. J. J. WILLIAMS.
. k .. 5 JU -1.
We are Fighting Opposition!
Selling at Cost!
No connection with any corner,
IBST Lookout when the TEMPLE of FASHION will
have one day in this month, where we will give Goods
HERE WE GOME TO THE FRONT !
W'i h a Fine A-oi luiuiil of
CLOTHING H FINISHING GOODS !
Which we will s-ull at the following
Boys' Suits from - $3.00 upwards.
Youths' " - ' - - . - - 4.00
Mens' " " - 9.00 '
Our Furnishing Goods are all Guaranteed, are as Fine in Quality, and as Chenp
in Price as any legitimate hon-e can alTorcl to sell in Honolulu.
Remember this Stock is New! Remember the Prices are low, and eur Goods
We cannot afford to give tra-.li iiwny to draw customers but will Bell you some
thing which will give satisfaction and make you call again nt
ECAN AND CO'S,
Cor. Port & Merchant Streets.
CHAS. HUSTACE. GROCER,
King Street, hetween Fort and AInkca Streets,
HAS RECEIVED, PER AUSTHALIA.
Smoked Sulmou, Smoked Il'ilihut, Hams, Bacon, Hlnck Codfuh, Kits and tins Sal
mon I'cllich. kego Butter. Cala Cheese, kegs Pickles, kegs Pig Pork, Table Itai
sins, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts; bpicid Heif, Boned Chicken, Lunch Tongues, Chip,
ped ticcf, cit-es Oyster., Saidii e-, Sen Fo'im Crackers. Flour, Bran, Wheat, 0a.?,
White ' 11-tile Snip, Ginmilaicd Sugar, Cube Sugar, Powdered Sugar, Germea,
Breakfast Gemi, Choke Tins, French Peas, etc. AUo,
"Good Wight" and Palace Brands Kerosene Oil.
All at Lowest market intes nnd r-ntisfm lion Gunrnnlecd. J5f P. O. Box W2;
!H2 Ti'li-plione Uti.
Telephone 2 ID.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 Fort Street,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Just to hand, per stcinicr Vuslinlln Kcw Holland Herrinj's, kue l-'arnlly Corned
Beef, kejrs Family Cont'd Pork, neij Fumilt Saiirkrnni, ke's Mixed Pickles,
kegs Crvbtnl Di'ip-. Iiih Elri Choice Salmon lie!lk-s, klu Extru Choice
Mackerel, fie-di Simditd llallliiil, fntli Smoked Salmon fnsli -iiink'd Saw.
caL'e, fresh Smo!cd llei f, ' hiitidicr Starr liinus, Mm Unpen Hams, Jacob
Do'd's lliitl'iilo Hums, CiU Dried Fijf, black nnd white; Cil.i Jt'hei-e, Oregon
Crcum Ciii'Cii', S in- Olieci-e. Sai Sngo Cheese, Pino A pie CIici-m1 nud Edam
Clieecc, 211. I lock-; Siii.w While Codtl-h, Clclly Lpiiiii, fn-li Peurs, Red
Cabbage. W I'ariiodur alteiition Is culled In a nit-n as-orlti enl of the fain,
oils Iluliiic-t cc C'liilt'x Hih-uiW, Graham Wafer1-, Oaken Fhikiw. Sea Foam
Wafeis, Midget. Oh g.-r Wafers and Water. Thceo ld-cuils, iimI n full line
of Canned Goods and drain, al-o fie-li Aoples In boxes, in qu inliilus to suit,
at lowest iiiaikcl pi Ire New Cala Potatoes and Onion- ir, line c-ndltlon. 17
Corner of 3?ort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE FINKST LINES OF
IjuU'hI Styles unci Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repented and cpechd request, .a fmnll inolce of ihc tlii'-M 'lianil.iiiade,
MostD urahle Cents' Shoes
(Foriueilj with Samuel Nolt).
Importer null .Dealer in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OHOOKEHY, GLABSWAHE, HOUSE FUIIN1SIJ1NO HAKDWAKE,
AGATE I HON AND TINWAHE. 0
Agent Full's S 'e and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
tar Store formerly oe uplcd by S, XOTT, opposite Spreckels & Co.'i Bank. H
. -. .J -
and " Fort Street.
we nro just below.
P. O. Hox 207.
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Health is Wealth !
C. West's Nairn Asd Hraiv Tnc it-
JtnsT, n miamntccd gpecluo for lljstorin, Ditzi
riM. ConvuUlonn, Fitn. Nervous Nnrlp.ifl,
Jlowlncbp. NorrouaProotrnHon.musetl by the i. o
of Alcohol or tobneco, WdkofalncsB, Mcntf.1 Di
jirejlon. Battening of tho Brain, rmmltinu In in
winily nml lending to miicrj1, dway nnd denllil
rreninturo Old Aep. JlnrrenntM, Lom of Power
in either BCXiInfomntnirliosoea nnd Uiwrmator
rham, ennsed by ovor-cxerUon of thn brain, rpIN
abuso, or ovcr-indulcoiico. Each Ixix contain
ono month's treatment. $1.00 n box, or fix Ikiiph
for $5.03, Bent by mall prepaid on receipt of prico.
1VK GUARANTEE HIX BOXES
To cure nny cose. With each order itocIvwI by nn
for tix boxes, accompanied with $5.00, wo will
rend tho purchaser onr writton 8unmnt-o to rv
fnnd the money if tho treatment does nut effect
nenro. Guarantees iaaued only by
llOLIimTElt & CO.
WZwillfrtbftbaT,twftr4 for M? ctMf Llrf Oapkfar1
t7ipFU. Skk HrUttk,!Bdfe.Moa, CeQiUptOM or Corilrawu.
. iuhI nti wllh W.a'i VtpUtU Um nlli, kn U tlit
Ural U( tulctlf toaplkl wllk. TUf t. ptnly pUbli, u4
utn hU u tin utlifutlos. BoprCMUd. lV. U,, ,.
Ulftlif 0 fill,, tl tnU, J-.r ttl, t,7 ill irnWu. Hu. of
lonnUrMu and IffllUUoDk Tbt rrBBlnt tounftttar oalr fe
JOHN O. WEST & CO , 111 A lJ W. XidlKm 81, Ck.,i
IrM IrUl fic Mai kj nuUl twptU on mt!fl f ft S caal lUsp.
TIoIllHtcr A: Cn
WOm Wholesale anil Itutnll Aecnts.
St. Louis' College
Boarding and Day School
FOIl BOYS AT
Die Course of ItiMiuction embraces
all the brauclit'4 of a good Christian
and Commercial Education. A Speelnl
Clues Iiuh been formal till rur for ml.
vniiccd 'chnlurs. Latin, Gri-ik, Krmch
.-.ml German nn: optional.
For DaySHuilat-, file, 7.V, $1. 81.50
per n o iili.
The Bo rdinii Di-piiiimnt lonsiMi, of
two distill. -I cl.is-e of pupil.
Hoard and Tuition, 1st Clas, per
Board and Tuition, 2nd Cln, per
Instrumental Music, r month.. 4
Vocal Mti-le & Drawing tree f cliuryc.
Laundry Expenses, per month. ... S
MedicAl attendance fonn-i cstra
charge. nlo, repairs of all kinds.
Hook an I Stationery at current rates.
Piiiiiients inii-t he made qtinrtc'y
(every 2J inmitli) and in advance.
Every ttimrdei must In; provided with
lid clothe-', iniitiinssiH, two nie;lit.
powns, buvt nil suit of clothing for Sun.
days and week du" t-, mx liiits, six
pocket handkerchief-, th ee piir of
stocking, collars and lies, three pains
of t-hocs all marked. Aln, lollei arti.
cles, Midi as hair hriisli, tooih, nail and
shoe bri.blit.-n, combs, soap and blacking.
For adiiil.slnii as Hoarder certificates
of good nnirid character and of h'altli
Uniforms wj'I he obligatory for
Boaidcrs may spend the Hist S-iturday
of evuiy month with ihcir parents or
A quarli'ily report of the heiiltn, con
duct and improvement of every hoaidir
will he t-cnl to his parent' or guardians.
The Sc--loii commences this eur on
MONDAY, Siplemhir i:t, 1&80. '
S8f For further particulars apply to
Father Sylvester, S.S., C.C.
Having 'ectiuil tin- Servii o-i of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we aie prcpnied to execute all
House or fcsJigfju
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
H. HAOKFELD & Co.
Burnt Out, it Not Dead!
Ryan's Boat-Bnili SI05
In now adjoining tho reur of
CluiH. Brewer & Co.'s Bos
ton Line of Packets.
BhippeiB will plence leke no
lice that u llrM.chiBR vestel
will he In the berth loading
for thin nort in November, to
anil Decern1 cr 't Ord-rs should leT
hero by bli-umer ot October lot to hare
Another lln-t-clubB vessel will ull for
thin port on or nho'ii the ht dy of
March. 1887, of which fuithir notice
will bo given.
For particulars, applv In
O. imKWEKVfc CO.,cenU.
Honolulu, Ann 24,188". IS
Store Tor Kent, nnd Fix
tures for Sale,
THAT de8iruble Store now occupied
by the LADIES' UAZAAH, Pljort
s'.rect, nud nil the Fixture, Ohm Cae,
&c, for Bale. For further narili-ulurn.
enquire on the Premise..