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THUIJSDAY, SHIT. 1G. 188G.
Sclir Bob Roy from Knnlnti
Sclir I.ciihl from llanalel
Sclir Mol Wulilue from Koholalcle
" DEPARTURES "
Stmr 0 K Bt-diop for llamakiia nt t p tn
ltRtue W Q Irwin for Him Francisco
StinrJiiOlnkee for Wnluniic and Kintal
til 10 :i in
Sclir Lculil for Ilnmilei
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sclir Mol Wahlne for Koholalcle
Sclir Bob Hoy for Koolnu
Sclir Nettie Mciilll for ICoiin, Ituwall
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bgtnis .1 1) Sprockets
Japanese nian-of-war Tsukuba, Fukus-
Am Blilp Mel iosc. Kail)
Ilktiic Amelia Xewhall
Bk Isle of Erin, Jus Inkster
llktne KUlkltut, Cutler
Am bk Edward May, .lolnwon
Bk Don Nicolas ltoK
Haw mlg Alllo How e, J Phillips
' CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sclir Mol Wnlilne 2,100 bags sugar.
The sugar brought by the Mol Wnlilne
yeslcidiiy was transferred to the Amelia
The bgtno W G l.wl'i salted this noon
for San Francisco with l.tM bi'gs sttgn
nnd 2,200 bags rice. Value 8111,037.77.
The schooner Mary O Bolun wiir
hauled onto the Marino Railway this
afternoon to be repaired.
The ship Melrose will sail for Port
I'ownsend about Satin day next. She
liroucrht nearly 800.000 feet of lumber
vlilon the captain expected to put
In 9 days.
Bk Saranne, from New York, sailed
July llltli, due here Nov. 18-30.
Nle bk lilmijlo, Howard, from De
parture Bay, B C, due June 25-110.
Ger bat k Pacific, Oltinan, from Bre
men, due Sept 20-30.
Am bark Elsinore, G W Jcnks, from
Newcastle, N S W, due August 20-30.
Am bark i'aeiiie Slope, jjurncs, irom
Newcastle, N S W, due Septembei
Biit baik W II Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June 9th, due he're Octobei
Brit ship Aniana, sailed from London,
April 0th, and from Madeira April 2-Uh,
due here August 24-:il .
Brit bark Iionerag, sailed from Liver
pool, June Oth, due here October 23rd
Ambktne Planter, W It Perrhnan,
from Port Towusend, W T, due Sept
Am bk Forest Queen, Winding, due
Am bk Martha Davis, FM Benson,
Balled from Boston August 7th, due
Haw bk Thomas H. Foster, F W
Rugg, fiom Newcastle, X S W, due
Brit ship Hospoda, J Babcock, from
Newcastle, X S W, due October 10-30.
RJISS Alameda, II G Morse, from
Colonies, en route to San Francisco,
due September 2,'ith.
Haw brig llaard, W G Goodman,
irom Sail Francisco, due at Ililo, Ha
waii, September 0-15.
BUSS Mararoa, (Brit), James Edie,
ffroiii San Francisco, en route to the Co
lonies, due October 2.
Ji M S S Australia. (Haw), II Webber,
from Sau Francisco, en route to the Co
lonics, due October 8th.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The trade Bale of liquors by
T. Levey yesterday.
The Y. M. C. A. will hold
ness meeting in their hall
o'clock this evening.
The Steam Laundry is to
nt auction, by Messrs. E. P
it Co., on tho 25th instant.
The front of Dr. Grossman's dental
room, Hotel street, was pulled down
this morning, and ,a bay-window is
being put in.
The Bethel Social Union meets
this ovening at tho Lyceum at half
past 7 o'clock. All tho friends of the
JJnion are invited.
Mechanic Engine No. 2, S.F.D.,
Jiiul a practice lust ovening. There
was a full Attendance and good work
was done by tho Company.
THE mail for San Fiancisco which
left here t-o-day per brig W. G. Irwin,
ought to arrivo thero a few days be
fore the s.s. Alameda leaving here on
tho 2Gth instant.
Mil, and Mrs. J. Holt, Mr, and Mrs.
Chas. Stillman, Mr. O, J, Holt, and
Mr, A, Ahrens, were passengers by
the steamer Jas. Makeo this morning,
for Kauai, via Waianao.
Col. Jas. II. Boyd, the Hawaiian
representative who left for Ocean
Island on tho Waiiilealo tho other
day, is away fiom his native country
for the i'ust ti'ne in his life.
In our lopoit of tho Legislature,
yestoiilay foienoon's session, Hep,
Hole appears, by inistuko, for Minis
ter Dnie, us saying that "tho intro
.elitcer of tho bill was on iccoid," etc,
The young fiicuds and schoolmates
of master Jloriieo Tiegloan will ho
pleased to know that lie is able to
stand on his feet again, and is im-
One inteiested in tho game of bil
liards says; "Pai ties speak so much
of Mr, L. McShauu as a billiaidist,
why dont they got liim lo challenge
tho native player Morris Kahai, who
is willing to play?"
The brig Allio Howe will sail for
tho South Sea Islands on Saturday,
Captain John Henderson, who was a
passenger by tho brig from Hong
kong, will take u trip to the South in
In tho enso of John Hrodiu vs. Jas.
Holt, Jr., n enso of trover for.fGl,
judgment was this morning rendered
for pluintilVwith costs .f 1.05, making
tho total .G8.05. Appeal noted to
To-day is the 7Glh Anniversary ol
Mexican Independence. Flags wcro
displayed at tho vuiious Consulates,
and there was also n profuse display
of bunting by the vessels in liiubor.
Hon. S. G. Wilder gives a reception
and dinner n( the Eskbank Mansion
lii evening in honor of His Excel
lency 11. A. P. Ca.'ior, Envoy Extra
ordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary
Eighteen horses from a Chinese
liery stable were ananged in front
of Mr. J, Lyons' auction rooms, this
morning, to he sold at auction. Only
six of the animals wcio sold, bring
ing nil together $250, at prices vtu -ing
from $10 to $55.
Thih morning their Excellencie
Walter M. Gibson, Minister of lb
Interior, and Hobt. J. Cieighton,i
Minister of l'oreign Allairs paid an
otlluial visit to II. I. J. M.'s ship
Tsukuba. They went on" in the
ship's barge and wcro received with
Ykstkkday morning, the Hon.
George W. Merrill, United States
Minister Resident, and Frank P.
Hastings, Esquire, United States
Vice-Consul. paid an olllcial visit to
II. I. J. M.'s ship Tsukuba. On
boarding and departing, they were
received with duo honors and a
saluto of fifteen guns. '
His Majesty the King, accompanied
by Col. Curtis P. Iaukca, His Maj
esty's Chamberlain weio enteitained
on board the yacht Brunhilde this
morning by Captain Phelps and Mr.
Hilhar. Ilia Majesty went from the
Iolani boat-house to the yacht, and
on his arrival there, the Koyal
Standard was hoisted. The Brun
hilde was decorated with flags from
stem to stern. His Majesty was ac
companied by His Excellency Gov.
J. O. Dominis, Major Hayley, Hon.
Sam Parker, J. II. Paty, Esq., and
C. O. Berger, Esq.
" - -
The German schooner Mary C.
Bohm was brought to the hammer
this noon, at the fish market. She
was stai ted at $300, by Mr. Bruce,
followed by a $25 lite from Mr. J.
Ena, of the Intei-Island Steam Navi
gation Co. Mr. Biuce and Mr. Ena,
tho only bidders, kept going above
each other's bids by $25, until the
amount of $G75 was reached, at
which figure the schooner was sold
to the Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Scarcely a day passes, but a run
away takes place in this city. The
latest was that of Mr. Kaupp's hdrse
and brake last evening. It occurred
about half past 5 o'clock on Fort
street, just when thero were numer
ous hacks and buggies passing along
the street. The horse broke away
from o jposito the Germania Market,
and Mr. Haupp failing to stop tho
animal, it proceeded full galop down
Fort street. When opposite May's
grocer store, a native policeman
cleverly caught the horse by the head
and stopped its further progress.
This was done nt a great risk, and
tho officer deserves to be rewarded
for this brave and commendable act.
TO BE TAKEN.
The Legislative Assembly will be
placed under artistic arrest, to
morrow, by Mr. J. J. Williams plac
ing his. camera in front of Aliiolnni
Hale. Mr. Williams addressed a
note to the President, to-day, giv
ing due and timely notice of his in
tentions. The "assembled wisdom,"
with all the attaches thereof, will,
no doubt, make a formidable photo
A SEAMEN'S JOKE.
One day last week, whilst the
American bark Amelia was lying at
the wlinrf with her ensign flying,
after sundown, the chief olllcer of
tho British bark Malaj' went on
hoard, and finding the mate of the
Amelia asleep on deck, he took
down the stars and stripes, and
walked off with tho Hair. It was
said to have been done for a joke,
but it is a question whether such an
act, though perpetrated by a biother
seamen, can be construed into what
is popularly called "a joke."
Commander Laine of Geo. W.
Dc Long Post, G. A. It., started
out nt noon to-day to raise a few
dollars to aid in forwarding an old
soldier to California. In less than
an hour he had collected the desired
nmotint, enough to pay tho passage
of his brother-in-arms to San Fran
cisco. The man is alllictcd with
rheumatism, and if ho remained
here, would soon hecomo a burden
to the community, Having an hon
orable discharge from the U. S.
army, he will, in all probability, be
admitted to the Home of old sol
diers nt Napa. Mr. Lainc's action
is worthy of emulation.
BETHEL MONTHLY CONCERT.
At the Bethel Union monthly
concert, held nt the Lyceum, lust
evening, the Rev. Mr. Leehler gave
an account of his recent tour
through tho islands in company
with Mr. F. W. Damon. Ho had
been much gratified with the evi
dences of interest tn the mission
work among the Chinese, and it was
very pleasing to meet several Chi
nese who had formerly been under
the instruction of tho mission in
China. The Chinese showed in
creasing interest in the mission by
the liberal subscriptions they nmdc
towards church buildings, lie had
found some who had fallen away
from their former status, bill this
was to bo expected, nor is it want
ing among established Christian
bodies. Thcio are Chinese on some
of the West India Islands and on
Panama, but in none of those places,
nrc tli 03 cared for, or is so much
interest taken in their welfare, os in
the Hawaiian Islands, lie intended,
with Mrs. Lcekler go to, by next
steamer, to San Francisco nnd
thence to see their old friends in
Germany, and if spared, they hoped
to return to their Held of labor in
China. They would carry with
i'em many delightful recollections
of their visit to these islands, and
his earnest prayer would be that
evangelistic work among Chiueso
and all nationalities might have the
blessing of heaven ; and ho desired
all Christtan.pcoplc hero to remem
ber himself and Mrs. Lcekler in
their prayers, as well as the work in
which they are engaged.
Mr. F. W. Damon followed with
an account of several interesting
receptions extended to himself and
Mr. Leehler, during their recent
tour, and alluded especially to the
splendid position for Christian work
in which the cvangelicnl bodies in
these islands are placed. If tiuc
to their professions, they would
soon leaven all the nationalities
coming in contact with them, from
all paits of the world, with tho
truths of the gospel. It would be a
gross evasion of their responsibility,
should the shiploads of Chinese
returning, from time to time, to their
homes, go back, unenlightened and
untaught, as they came. He hoped
tho churches would rise to a sense
of their duty, and that Hawaii
might be a central star from which
the light of Divine truth would
radiate to many nations.
A paper, written by Rev. S. E.
Bishop, was read, in his absence,
by Rev. E. C. Oggcl, relating
chiefly to the Japanese, on these
A NOBLE WORK.
One of the noblest works ever
undertaked by a public journal is
that which, year after year, is car
ried on by the New York Tribune.
It sends its agents into the very
slums of New York and gathers up
the poor children who see no sunlight
save that which filters through the
hazy cloud that overhangs the metro
polis, to whom a holiday in the
country is a fairy tale, and to whom
the idea of green grass, sparkling
brooks, shady trees, the fresh
breezes of Held and forest, birds,
untarnished sunshine, flowers, a ban
ishment of the monotonous brick
walls, of hard sidewalks, of escape
from the stifling atmosphere of a
tenement house or the worse burrow
ing in a basement; to whom the
enjoyment of some of these things
and the escape from others is as a
transition from darkness to light.
The Tribune has these poor little
ones gathered together and sent into
the country for a two weeks' holi
day, with a fund which is contri
buted for that purpose. They are
distributed among the farmers of
several countries, and for two.weeks
they fairly revel in the delights of a
new existence, returning to their
homes "vastly improved, mentally,
morally and physically, by their
outing. The Tribune this year has
sent G,181 of these waifs into the
country a larger number than in
any previous year. It is a noble
work, and one which cannot fail to
be of benefit in many ways to the
young of the great city, who are
fortunate enough to be where they
can come under the eye of the
Tribune's agents and be tfeketed for
a two weeks' vacation in the coun
try. S. F. Cull.
A MISER'S WILL RECOVERED FROM THE
WRECK OF THE .0REC0N.
IIoiikki.lsvim,k, April 1. A quar
ter of a century ago a young
Englishman named Jarvis camo to
America. He learned the art of
photographing, and was so greatly
pleased with his success in this
country that he sent to England for
his father to follow him here. The
mother refused to leave her native
village, but the father, Charles Jar
vis, joined his son, who lived in Cat
taraugus county. The elder Jarvis,
before leaving England, deeded all
the property ho owned to his wife.
Ho was a shoemaker, and went to
work at his trade at Knapp's Creek,
in Cattaraugus county. He lived iu
a most miserly maimer, against the
wishes of his son, who went to
Washington soon after his -father
came to this country. lie prospered
there, and is now tho noted "Jarvis,
Photographer," of the National
Old Mr, Jarvis continued working
day and night at his trade, but iu
spite of his miserly habits it was not
supposed, when lie died iu October
last, and that he was possessed of
more than a few hundred dollars.
After his death it was discovered
that he had mortgages and first-class
securities amounting to neatly 825,
000. No will or directions of any
Hind disposing of tho estato was
found, and certain complications
arose in settling upon a division of
tho property. The deceased man
had visited his native place iu Eng
land once Blnce ho left there. This
was some years ago. His wife was
informed of his death, but for sdmo
reason thero was much delay iu
hearing from his friends and rela
tives across the ocean.
A few days ago a stained and
water-soaked packugo was received
by Thomas Storrs, an Olean lawj-er,
who had written lo England in rela
tion to the dead miser's affairs.
With the package was a circular
from Postmaster Pearson of New
York city saying that the inelosuro
was a poiliou of mail matter recov
ered from the steamer Oregon. The
package contained a large sheepskin
document, which, although dilllcult
to decipher, owing to the stains
made by the water, proved to be the
Inst will and testament of Chailes
Jarvis, the Knapp's Creek miser.
He had made and executed it in
England during his visit there. He
bequeathed the bulk of his property
to his wife. The will was sent to
tliis country as a registered letter,
to be cuteied for probate in Cattar
augus county. N. Y. Sun.
CASTINC A 54-TON RIFLED CANNON.
Boston, April 5. At the South
Boston Iron Foundry lo-dny the
fifth and last of the largest rifled
cannon ordered by the Government
was successfully cast under the
supervision of Cnpt. Ligle and
Lieut. Borup of tho army and Com
mander Lyon of the navy. One of
the live guns has a 10-inch bore,
and the others arc 12-inch rifles.
The gun made to-day was a 12-inch
one, and this was the fourth time
that it wns cast. Three times the
casting proved a failure on account
of unforeseen accidents, but nt
every stage of the proceedings
to-day the work was carefully
guarded and accidents avoided.
Three immense furnaces were used
In the melting of about one hundred
tons of iron, or about thirty-five
tons in each furnace. The fires
were made last evening at 0 o'clock,
and it was expected that tho cast
ing would be begun at 1 i m.
to-day, but the iron was in condi
tion to run at 12:30. The melting
was completed nt 7 o'clock this
morning, and the iron was kept in
fusion until ready to run. This
process of boiling relieves the gun
iron of a percentage of its carbon,
rendering it ductile and free from
all impurities, and puts it in such a
condition that when it cools it will
be perfectly solid without even the
minutest bubble in it. The gunpit
had been carefully prepared for the
reception of the iron, and the core
which hung down in the center of
the pit was one of the stoutest and
best made ever produced in the
country. At the end of twenty-two
minutes the metal had filled the pit.
Then the holes of the furnaces were
plugged up, the gutters that con
veyed the metal from the furnaces
to the gun-cradle were soon emptied
and the first shape of the 54-ton
rilled gun was completed. N. Y.
PicTinu: Frames and Cornices
made to ordci, old Frames repaired,
l)it. Flint's Heart Kemi:iy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and On dilation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 351
Fni:sii, Steam-frozen, 1'ure and
Richest Ice Cream, every day. No
Cream fi 0011 oer the second, third,
or even the fourth day. Sold at the
I'ioncer Steam Candy Factory,
Bakeiy, and Ice Cieam Booms. F.
HORN, 1'ioprictor, Hotel, between
Fort and Nuiianu streets. Doth
telephones, No. 74. 18
What everybody needs at the pre
sent hot spell is something cool and
refreshing. Thero is nothing like
the superior handmade Ice Creams,
Sherbets and Fruit Ices served at the
Elite Ice Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel
street. Keep our fancy cakes and
candies in mind. They can't be beat.
I'UIIK, KICH AND ONLY
FRESH ICE CREAM.
KVKItY I)AV AT-
HORN'S Steam Candy Factory
Uakerv &. Ice Cream Rooms.
KAPIOLANI BATH HOUSE 1
Kapioluni Bath House!
If cleanliness in next to godliness,
go to tho above named resort, near
tho Marino Railway, where you can
got tho best appetizor in tho world
fresh air and salt water bathing ami
boating. Refreshments and cod
drinks upstairs. 10
Wr.pniNO CakeH of 25 years' repu
tation in Honolulu always on hand
from 10 to 100 lbs. of tho finest,
richest nnd delicate flavor, and orna
mented in tho highest stylo of art, at
lower prices than any where else, at
the Steam Candy Factory it Bakery
of F. 1IOHN,
Practical Confectioner, I'ahtry Cook
Mutual and Bell Telephone, No, 71.
Tun largest stock and greatest
variety of homo manufactured,
strictly pure Candies, can only he
found at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Bakery, nnd Ice Cream
Itooms, No. 71, Hotel stieet, between
Fort and Nuuaiui htieets. F. HORN,
Piopiietor, Practical Confectioner
and Pastry Cook and Ornanienler,
DURING my absence f 10111 the King,
dom MR. C. HUSTAOK holds my
power of attorney to act for me, and
MU. W. II. IIUDDY la authorized to re.
celvu moneys and sign rece'lnt' for mo.
Soap Works, Lduo, Hoiolulu, Aug.
2d, lbbC. 17 If
We are Fighting Opposition I
Selling at Cost!
Great Slaughter in
No connection with any corner,
JST Lookout when the TEMPLE of FASHION will
have one day in this month, Avhere we will give Goods
HERE WE COME TO THE FRONT I
Willi n Fine Assortment of
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS!
Which we will sell nt the following
Boys' Suits from - $3.00 upwards.
Youths' " 4.00 "
Mens' " " - 9.00 '
Our Furnishing Goods are nil Guaranteed, are us Fine in Quality, and us Cheap
iu Price a any legitimate hoii-e can afford to sell in Honolulu.
Eemember this Stock is New! Remember the Prices are low, and eur Goods
Wo cannot iiffoid to give tnish away to diaw customers hut will sell you some
thing which will give iulisliiciion ami imiKO you can again ui
EGAN AND GO'S,
Cor. Port & Merchant Streets.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, TIIK FINEST LINES OF -
CustoiiHiiadc Ming, Ms Fni'Dislig Goods,
HATS, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repealed and special ri quest, a untill
Olitalnablu In HieJEastern markets.
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King: Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets.
II S HKOEiyED, PER AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Siuol-id llnlibut. Hams, Bacon, lilock Codtlrh, Kit and tins Sal.
mon Kcllles, kegt. Duller Ouln Cheese, kegs Pinkies, kogs Pig I'oik, Tabic Hal.
sins, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Spiced Beef, Boned f'hUkui. Lnm h Tongues, Chip,
ped liecf, cases Oysteis, Kaidiilc", Sea Foil 111 Crackers Floui, liian, heat, O.itp,
While I'astlle Snap, (iiaiiulaled Sugar, Cube Sugar, Powdered Sugar, Geimeii,
Breakfast Uenn, I lioiee This, French Peas, etc. AUo,
" Good Night " and Falaco Brands Kerosene Oil.
All at Lowest mail, el rules mid t-'ntisfuctloii Guaranteed. 13J P. O. Box i'72;
3421 Telephone 11 U.
Telephone, 2 10.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 fort Htreot,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Just to hand, per Hc.tmcr Australia Kegs Holland Herrings, kegt Family fornetl
Bepf.keg-. Family Corned I'ork, Kegs Famih Saiirkraul, kegs Mixed 1'lcUlts,
kegs On Mid 1)1 ip. hit-. Extra Ciioico Salmon Kulllen, kit Extra Choice
.Maukeiel, lie.-li Sun ked llallbul, fiesh Smoked Salmon, fnsh Hiiiiik-d Sau.
hiilt, flush Ktnol.od lleif, v hliiiikur Stmr Hums, ll.m Diipeo Hams Jacob
Do'dV Bull'alo'Iluins, Cd 1 Piled Fies, black and "liilc; CNIu t'hee e Oregon
Creini Ulicese, i- Chi vn Sa' Sigo Cheese, Pine Apple Cheese nil I Edam
Cliicrr, Ulli Hocks, Hri'iW While Codllsb, Cicily Lemons, fresh IVarc, Jted
('alili-if.0-. 12T I'nitx lai- iMeutloii Is ciille.l ton nice aswirtn enl of the fain,
otiv II line iV, C. nit' Lis nils, Giuliani Wafer-, Oaken Flakes. Sea Foam
Wafeis Mlilgei , (iiig r Wafers and Water. Tlie-e liisciiits and a full line
of ('annul tl mil-, ami tnlii nl-o fich Aoples in boxes, ill quantities to suit,
at luvuM mm l.i I prhi. ( w C'ala Potatoes and Onions In Hue e 'edition. 17
(I'ormcily with Samuel Nott
Impoi'ioi' iukI Deuler In
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OiOCIsi l;Y GLAB ARE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWAIIE,
AOATL IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent HalPs Saie and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
C3y Store formerly occupied by S. NOTT, opposite Spreckels & Co.'e Bank. -fc
uml 5 Fort Street.
we are just below.
nolce of the tiiif t-t haml.nmdc,
P. O. Hoi Ml.
Health is Wealth !
w te jDI y p tvp.
Dn. E. C. WtsT'a Niite and ItBAiH Theat.
HIMT, a ffuarsntecd etwriBo for listeria, Blzzi.
ti. ConniUIom, FiU, Nerroua Neuralgia,
lioadache, Nerroua l'rontrntlon.cauMxl by tho tino
ot alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulaesfl, Mental l)v
pmaton, Boftcntng of thn Urain, matting in in
anuity and liMding to mlnory, dpeny and ilonth)
l'rcmnturo Old Ago, Harronnwa, Los of l'uner
tn either box. Invomntary Lowm and Spermator
rhoea, cansou by OTor-cxertion xt tho brain, aelf
abuto, or oTor-lndnlgenco. Unoh box contain
ono month's treatment. $1.00 a box, or nix boxes
for $S.00,Bontby mail prepaid on rccoiptotiirico.
1VK UUARAXTEB SIX II OX IX
To enro any case With each order recoiTcd byun
for aix boxes, accompanied with $5.00, wo will
send tho porchanoronrwritton Ruarantcoto re
fond the money if tho trentmont doea not effect
a euro. Guarantees istued only by
HOL.LI8TE11 te CO.
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ljiptjU, Sick HtdMht,l4lcMloa,CctUrtloo or CUrMu,
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MMUrblU ul ItoluUoM. Tit ctal Kuahctiir! folr If
JOHN o. WIST CO., Ill A l.l W. lltdUo SL, Ckloji
tnt Mil pulf Mai j tull pnrId o !ur z not luafc
IIolllHter it Co..
:t0 Gm Wholesale and Itctnll Agcnto.
St. Louis' College
Boarding and Day School
FOIl BOYS AT
The Course of Instruction embraces
all the branches nf n good ChrUtinu
nnd Commercial Education. A Special
Claea has been formed this year for ml.
vaticcd schnlnrs. Latin. Greek, French
And German nre, optional.
For Day Scholars, f.Oc, 7'ic, 1. 81.50
per n OMtli.
The Bo nling Department consists of
two distinct classe of pupils.
Board and Tuition, 1st Class, per
Board and Tuition, 2nd Cls, per
Instrumental Music, p(r month.. 4
Vocal Jlti'io & Draw inn free f charge.
Lnui.dry Expense-, per ni'mtl 2
Medical attendnnce. forms ctnt
charge. 11U0, repairs of all );iiid.
Hook- ant Maiionery at current raten.
.Payment-, must be made (piarte-'y
(every 2 monthf) and iu advance.
Every Boarder nitiM bu providid with
bed clothe, inattrase1-, two night
gowns, severul suits of clothing for Sun.
day", and week dins, t-ix 'liiils, lx
pockcl handkerchief-", th ee paire of
stocking, collars and ties, three pahs
oft-lioch till marked. Al-o, toilet aril,
cles, such 11s hair brush, tooth, null and
shoe broslu-H, com lis, soap and blacking.
For adinUblon as Hoarder certificates
of good moral character and of lit tilt li
111 e required.
Uniforms will be obligatory for
Bor ders may spend the (irsl S-iturday
of eve y month with their parents or
A quartet ly report of the health, con
duct and improvement of every boaidr
will be sent to his parents or g'uardians.
The Scslon commences this enr en
MONDAY, September lit, lfcSO.
S8T For further paitlculars apply to
Father Sylvester, S.S., C.C.
Having ecuied the Servitei of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we are prepared to execute all
House or Sig-n
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
H. HACKFELD & Co.
Buret Out butNot Dead !
Is now adjoining the rear of
Ghns. Brewer & Co.'s Bos
ton Line oi Packets.
.Slilppeis will please tke no
tice that a first. class vest el
will be In llie berth londlnj;
for this nort in November, to
sail December Im. Oulers should loavo
hero by idem u ot Ociober 1st to have
Another Ilitl class vessel will sail for
this nort on or ul oil the Ut div.of
March. 1887, or which fuitlur i.otlce
will bo given.
For particulars, apply to
C. BREWER & CO., AccnU.
Honolulu, Ami: 24, 1880. IS
Store for Kent, nnd Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT desirable. Stoie now occupied
by the LADIES' BAZAAR, 68 Eort
street, uml all the Fixture', Glass Cater,
&c, for sale. For further particulars,
enquire ou the Premises. 41Q
Bolts & pes
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