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IflUDAY, SKIT. 17. 188G.
HUtne I'lnntor lroni Poi I Townscntl
Selir Kaulkeiioiill fiom ICnhnla
i3ohr JIl'lo Jloitls Irom liwn
Bgfno Oonsuolo trom San Francisco
Uk Foicit Qjoon Irom San Finuclsco
Stntr Li-hint l.oin Windward Ports
Selir Kulauuimi i-oin I'tina
SehrKe Au Ho j lroji I'ala
Sclir JIol Wnhlnc for Koholnlelc
Selir llob loy for Kooliiu
Schr Neltle'Moulll for Kona, Hawaii
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
BkImc Alllo Howe for Sontli Sea Islands
Selir J C Ford for San Francisco
Scbr Kaulkeaonll for Kobala
Bgtne J I) Sprcckcls
Japanese man-of-war T Miktibn, Ktikus-
.Am sh'p Mc1roc. Kalb
Schr .It! Ford Grlllltli
Jiktuc Aii'idta Xowhall
Bk Isle of Evln, .la" nkster
Bktne Killkltuc. Cuiter
Am bk Ethvnid May, Johnson
Bk Don Xcoht, hm
3lnv brig Allic Howe, J Phillips
Bgtne Consuc'o, C'ot'slns
Bklne Planter, T'enlinan
Am yacht Brnnlillile, 1'lielps
BU Forest Queen, Winding
From Sau Francisco, per bj
BUelo, September .17th Mis3
I-onir. B 0 Wnstell, L Lamb
and P F
Fiom windward ports, vcr steamer
Lchna, September 17 Mr 1 Jairett.
Willie Jariett and Geo Do l.a N'ux.
From San Frai'cls:o, per baik Foiest
Queen, September 17th J MalP'a'd and
wife, M M Ton'ik'n, J W Blown, Miss
.J A E Grllo'i, Co' S Xorris, J M Howe,
T W Wendell, John Utilise, Geo Btke,
.John Dlg'os, J Know-els, John Leo,
.and Clias McLausnly.
.CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Selir Kjink,,noul 2 200 bags sugar.
Schr JiSlJe Motris U00 bags rice.
Stun- Lchua 2,3S0 bags sugar and 57
The uarkeutlne Planter. Perrltnnn,
master, arrived last evening, 13 days
lioml'oitTownsoud w'lli 1(8,029 feet
of loimh lumber. lSO,or() loot of dressed
lumber, QO.tlOO ltdlis, :i nd 23,000 hhin&les,
to Hi'ekfc'd & Co, and 3 cases of fruit,
and 1 bbl of pnta.oM to J. S. Webb.
The Don Nicolas is taVlug in ISO tons
of ballast near the O S S whaif. She
discliuigcd her 71.000 f-et of lumber in
13 days. She wl.ll sail for Pon Town
geud on Moudavhc::t.
Hie oa k Foiest Queen, Cap till u
"Winding, arrived -his niornlng, 1( days
from Sau Francisco with fiuu hogs, 1
ho'-sc, and a large quantity of general
merchandise. She is docked netf
SUirGeoW Elde1, irom San
iCisco., due heie Set 2 '. d.
Aiuej.-tc.tti bark Sarauae, from New
Yoik, saflcdJnly lSth, due here Nov. 18
.30, to Ciisile & Cooke.
Gcr bark Pacific. OKinnn, from Brc
,meu, due Sept 20-uO, to Schaefer & Co.
Btit bark W 11 Watson, from Llver
pool, sailed June 9th, due here Octobei
i'Gth-Nov 1st, to Schaefer & Co.
Brit ship Ainana, sailed from London,
April 0th, and liom Madeira April 24th,
due here August 2-1-31, to G. W. Mac
farlanc & Co.
Brit baik Iionerag, sailed from Liver
pool, Jiiiie-i3tb, duelaere October 23rd
jjov 1st. to Davles & Co.
Am bk Murlha Davis, F M. Benson,
hailed fiom Boston August 7th, due
December 1-20, fo Brewc & Co.
Haw bk Thomas K. Foster, F W
Ktigg, fto"hi Newcastle, X S W, duo
Nov 15, to Brewer & Lo.
Haw brig Hazard, V G Goodman,
from Sau Francisco, due at Hilo, Ha
waii, September 9-15, to Pacific Naviga
Am bktne Eincka, from Sau Frau
cisco, due bete Oct 1st, to UacMeld &
Brit bark Glengaber, Rolleston, from
Liverpool, clue heie, Jan 15-31, , to
Davies & Co.
Am bkine S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakelv, duo here Deo 15U, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am baik Calbaiieu, Pe'k'ns, from
San Francisco, due at Mahukouo, Sept
30th. atllonolulii in Oct, lo Castle &
Am Bcliooi.u'r W S Bowne, Fiuil, from
-San FiiMiclsco, due here Oct 1-8, to
Schaefer & Co.
A.n baik Mai ilia, Fisher, from Glas
gow, spiled Aug 28, due lci-e Jan 15-30,
lo Schrefer & Co.
Am hktne Ella, Bust, from Sau Fran
Cisco, due heie Sept 251 h, to Brewer &
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
from the Colonies, due here In Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am sleuni schooner Surprise, fiom
San Francisco, now duo lo the Pacillo
Am bulk Atlanta, D O Killmau, from
l'oi t Townsend, hailed Aug 21st, due
here Sept lSth, to Haekfeld & Co.
Am baik Hope, I'cuhallow, from Fort
Townsend, due hero Oct 10th, lo Lowers
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Music at the rink to-night, and
2-milo race lo-inortow night.
A ituaui.AK cash stiloattho niuition
room of Mr. Lewis J. Levey to-omr-ro
w at 10 a. M.
Tin: Clumeutinn-Hedwood trotting
races will begin at 2 v. M. to-morrow,
ut Kapiolani Park.
Tin: brigantino .1. 1). Spreckels has
heon chin toiol by Mr, C. Uolto, to
loud for San Francisco.
Mit. J M. Swanzy lcceived u trot
ter from Sau Francii'co by tho bark
Forest Qticttn, th'b foienoon.
Coi,. Sam Norris leturni'tl to Hono
lulu by thu bark Foiest Queen, this
morning, after un uubuiicq of several
Tun steamer Geo. W. Elder is sup
posed lo huvp left San Francibco on
tho 15th inst,, for Honolulu, and may
bo expected hero on tho 23rd.
Titr. Honolulu Kiiles will hold an
extra drill this evening.
Hooi-iNO slates tvo
sale nL Wateihousc's
Thu brigantino J. D. Sprccknls lias
been chartered by Mr. C. Boltc, to
load for Sun Francisco,
Tin: King's Own military company
is now drilling "Upton's tactics," in
pie'eicnco to tho German,
A MOUSK-coi.ouni) maro with saddle
and bridle was found yesterday. Full
particulars in advertisement.
A bpkciaIj meeting of the Hawaiian
Lodge No. 21, F. & A. M., will bo held
at thu Lodge rooms this evening.
TiiK.ici' cream parlors in the Lin
coln Block, King street, have been
re-opened by Mr. E. .1. Meller.
Tin: Honolulu Library Association
lias received gi.'ts of books and
pamphlets during thu present week,
from Judge Preston and Hon. H. A.
Tin: honorable mombcrs of the
Legislature are to be photographed
in a group this nfternoon, too late,
unfortunately for our saying more on
the subject at present.
Noni.K Mai tin vniies the oppressive
tediousness of legislation by diafting,
not bills, but ships. Some of his
sketches would do no discredit to a
A, hilmard match between Mr. J.
F. Bowen and Mv. L. McSluiuc takes
place this evening ut tho Keystone.
Bowen undei takes to discount Mc
Shaue in a game of 400 points.
Eioiituen mules for Mr. John
Wright, two bulls for Hon. James I.
Dow sett, and 100 hogs for Bu.ke it
Winston, came by tho brigantino
Consuelo tins morning, from San
M t. J. W. Blown, passenger by the
Foiest Queen this morning, is the
father-in-law of Mr. A. P. Peterson,
of Honolulu. Hilling Mr. Brown's
stay here, he will be the guest of M
and Mrs. A. P. Peierson.
Thk wooden sidewalk on east side
of Fort street, jusl below Queen, is
nea i ly worn out. It is dangerous to
walk upon in the daik, theie being
holes and ruts in it huge enough to
admit one's foot. Bepairs arc sadly
Tin: Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will meet at the residence of
Mis. L. F. Dickson to-moirow even
ing at 7:30. The susgestions con
tained in the annual addicss of the
retiring president will bo made the
special subject ol consideration.
A spkcial and a, (motive sale of
household furniture will take place
to-morrow at the corner of Beretaiiia
and Punchflowl sheets. It is the
pioperty of Mr. J. Lyons, and a
member of his staff will wield the
hammer. The sale commence at 10
Kepkeskntative Lilikulaiii is not
going to lose his patience while folio
after folio of electric light and other
bills of terrible length are being wad
ed through in both languages. The
honorable member finds agreeable
diversion in executing artistic pen
and ink mottoes, which are voiy
skilfully elaborated. "
The opium fiends caught last
Monday in the Chinese Thcatro got
the benefit of the law yesterday.
Mr. Paul Neti'iiann tookod after their
intciesis, and sreceeded in obtaining
a release for Ah See, wlnle Ah Wong
was mulcted in the sum of $75, and
bcnteoco lo 30 days imprisonment.
An appeal was noted to the Inter
Messrs. Bnrko & Winston received
COO hogs by the bark Forest Queen
this morning, m.iking in all 000
landed heie to-day. Notwithstanding
that hogs o'ton die .rom seasickness,
and other -coives on bca.il skip,
Messrs. Burko fc Whiston wero very
fortunato with their gumlc.s tills
time, losing five only out of 500 on
1 ho Forest Queen', and four out 100
on the Consuelo.
The new barkentine Planter, in
command of Caotahi Perrbnau,
formerly mast'.' of lli'o Discovery,
was towed into ilio harbor liv-.t oven
ing, and ancboii'd in llicsitcam. The
Planto; nuitle her maiden tiip from
Port Townsend to Honolulu in 18
dayb, wiih 508,098 feet of himbov,
25,"t)0 shingles and 20,100 laths, lo
Haekfeld & Co. Her deck lead stands
about HI feet higher that the gun
wale, and although sho is heav'ly
ladon and dooA in tho water, her fine
model can bo plainly discerned. She
has a petty bow and a well hbaptd
ble.'ii, but us to tho test of her build
it will bo better seen when her cuigo
Miss Annio E, Long, tourist, and
sistor-in-law to Mr. .Spauldiug of
Messrs, Spn'ckels & Co.'s hank, was a
passenger by the Consuelo this morn
ing. M'bs Long, will during hor stay
here, bo the guest of Mis. Spauldiug.
By tho samu vessel came Mr. A. U.
Wastell, a tourist on his way to the
FROM THE ARCTIC.
The whaling bark Thomas Pope
arrival in San Frnncisco on S&tli
August from tho Arctic Ocean. It
was learned that the first whalers
had done very poorly during tho past
spring, Only thirteen whales had
been taken up to that date. Ice in
fjtich large quantities was never seen
60 late in the season, and, in conse
quence, the prospects for the fall
catch were considered very encouraging.
The Rowing Clifimpsliiii
Beach the Champion
From n London telegram tinted
September 1st, wc lccrn that the
deciding heat of Uio international
sculling sweepstn'ecs between Wil
liam Beech, of Australia, mid John
Teenier, of the United Slates, was
won by Beach. The nice was from
Putney to Mortlakc, nt Hammer
smith Bridge. Beach led Tjeincr
by six lengths.
The brigantino Consuclo arrived
this morning 15 dt'.vs fiom ban
Francisco, bringing dates to 2nd
An earthquake shock was felt in
the E.'iicin Suite on August Cist.
At Oliicago euatic rctii.ns on t'ie
part of the baronieicr in the signal
olllce caused the sergeant in chmgc
to pause in the middle of an reser
vation. His hands iiembled vio
lently and he thought liinijulf ill,
but u rocking of a ctur in the room
ard the rattling of Iioit'cs oh a shelf
quickly brought hiiu lo a rcli.r
lion that an caiiliqunke was in pro
gtess. The fust shock lasted six or
seven seconds. Its motion was
from west lo cast. Peisons who
were conversing by telephone at the
time, suddenly found themselves
"cut off" and for a lime the blame
for the trouble was heaped unspar
ingly upon the cenlial olllce. A
powder magazine was sit tick 13?
lightning and exploded, destroying
propetly vtilued at fc75,000, besides
killing one person, fatally injuring
three, and paiuiully injuring ncaily
twcnly-lve otheib. At Cuarleslon,
t'c earthquake is reported to have
been suc'i as has never been known
in the history of the city, causing
more loss of propci ty and far mine
loss of life than the cyclone of the
year before. The city is wrecked.
People passed the night in the
streets, and even in the morning
the st.eets were crowded with peo
ple afiaid to re-enter their homes.
Moie thon s'l.ty persons were killed
and wounded,' chiefly colored.
Anions the whites k!llcd and fatally
wounded, are Mr. J. Lynch, Dr. It.
Alexander Hamilton and Ainsley
Robeson. The city is wrapped in
gloom and business is enliicly sus
Gieece lus again been visited by
an ea. Ibquake, and in which Hie
loss of lfe reaches the enormous
Pgi'ie of 800. Violent shocks weie
also felt al Alexandria and Home.
Piince Alexander has telegraphed
to the Regency to announce to the
people his intention of returning to
Soph'a. The rebellious troops have
submitted and will not be punished
on condition they quit the country.
The Bulgarian Cabinet has been
remodeled and is now strongly anli
Russian. In leply lo King Milan's
congratulations, Pnncc Alexander
said lie was touched by Milan's
sympathy, and hoped to see a
Servian agent at Sophia and a re
newal of friendship between Scrvin
A telegram fiom Yokohama states
that it is rumored Russia intends to
establish a protectorate in t.'orea.
The Chinese Government, have, in
consequence, despatched nine men-of-war
wiih troops to Corca.
PREPARINC FOR THE INTERNATIONAL
There has been much discussion
as lo wlielher the Mryilower will be
sailed by General PYyne or not in
the international race for the Auk
lican cup. She will be sailed by
Captain Stone, her skipper, aSwam
scolt sailor, and a iimu who Iho
loughly knows his business. Cap
tain Joe EMswoi th, who was advi
sory skipper on beard the Puritan
last year, has been lequested to fill
the same olllce litis year on the
Mayilower. The Mayflower crew
will bo kept as nearly intact as pos
sible and will be thoioughly liained
in the handling of her running rig
ging and cmvass before Hie race.
The Galatea will also drill her men
on the New YoikYnchtClubcouise.
The Regatta Committee of the New
York Yacht Club has issued its cir
cular of instructions for tho inler
nalional races. The first race will
take place on Tuesday, September
7th, at 10 a. m., and will be over
the Now York Yacht course. The
second race will be twenty miles to
windward or leeward, and will be
sailed outside Sandy Hook, Thurs
day, September Dili, at 10:80 a. m.
A race over a triangular course ottt
sido Sandy Hook w;ll bo suited,
should such a race bo necessary.
The sail'ng rules of the New York
Yacht Club will govern all the races.
What eveiybody ncedB at tho pre
sent hot spell is boincthing cool and
refreshing.. There is nothing liko
the superior huiitlmndu Ice Creams,
Sherhe.s ami Fruit Ices served at thu
Elito Icu Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel
street. Keep our fancy cakes and
candies in mind. They can't bo beat.
KAPIOLANI BATH HOUSE 1
Kapiolani liitth liotibo!
If cleanliness is next to godlincFs,
go to tho above mimed icbort, near
the Murino Ilailwny, wheio you can
f,et tho best npjietizor in tho world
fiesh nir and salt water bathing nnd
boating, lieficslimciits and cold
((rinks upstaira. ' 10
' '"- rf,t.j.jwD. .-.,..
DINNER AT ESKGANK.
Last evening a dinner paity was
given at Kskbank, Xtiuami Va'loy,
by the Hon. S. O. Wilder, in honor
of His Excellency 11. A. P. Carter,'
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister
Plenipotenliaiy at Washington.
There weie twenty-four guests pres
ent. A pleasant and enjoyable even
ing was spent, tho honorable host
entertaining in his usual hospitable
Y. M. C. A.
A meeting of the Y. M.
was held last evoniiiK, the
dent, Mr. W. A. Bowen,
chair. Minutes of last meeting,
held Juno 17th, were read and
approved. The Treasurer's state
ment of accounts, since date of hut
meeting, showed the "total receipts
to have been 877G.09, and the dis
btf.semcnts, $03-1. -18, leaving a
balance on linud of SMI. til.
Cash on hand, June 17lh
Moiiihlv collection, .Ittne 17th..
I. Blcliardsoii. lccltal
5 8:2 .11
.laultor 100 00
Peoples" Ice Co
. 28 40
Hopp & Co., laying matting.
X. F. Btugcss
Sailors" Home. Bible
P(Ht D.rL2 OX
Dally Bu'iellii, subscription.
Gazelie. sn'osc lotion
PaclPc Hardwm e Co
Lew ci s it Cooke
J.M. Oat. .)!.,& Co
Cf't'o & roo' e
Davis & V, Utter
T. G. Til it til
Balance on hand
The committee on devotional
work rcportetl bavins held a meet
ing in the hall every Sunday even
ing since Aptil 2uth, the smallest
attcidiince having been on a rainy
eveni-ig. 18, the hugest, last
Sunday, 82, and the nveingc of all
the meetings, -11. The committee
on teinpeinnco ieponed the meet
ings at Fowler's yard pietty largely
attended, but tne average number
could not be relurni'd, owing lo the
absence of ihe cbuVnian. The visi
tation committee ieponed the usual
visits lo the Hospital and other
places. The welctne committee
reported light work owing lo the
assiduous attentions of the janitor
to pei sons v'si.'ng the rooms. The
read'rig room coaunitlee reported
visitors, in the four weeks ending
September 5ih, lo the number of
990. The II lance committee re
poucd that ttie main question under
consideration at their last meeting
was what ways and means could he
devised lot placing Hie nuances in
belter condition. Three voting and
three associate members were
elecied and their names added to
Ihe roll. The general secretary re
ported on the matter of stalling a
class for Poiluguese who des'te to
lc.iin the English language, that a
competent insui'cior can be had to
leach two evenings per week, one
hour each evening, at the rate of 88
pei month for a class of not less
than eight persons. A motion was
passed that such a class be slatted,
lo be fiee l members of the asso
ciation, and that a fee of 1 per
u'omli be charged students not
members, the said cliaigc to cease
on the person becoming a member
of the association. The auange
nients for starling this class were
left in charge of the general sccre
ip'y. It was suggested thai, on the
lCttirn of the steamer Waialeule,
that a reception ho tendered the
olllcers and crew of the wrecked
Dui'nalor Castle. The matter was
left to the r!iscicton of the enter
tainment coinmillee. A collection
was taken amounting to 810. Ad
journed till" next regular time of
Pioiuni: Frames and Cornices
mudu to order, old Frames repaired,
regilded, etc. King Uros'. Art Store,
DUHINC mv absence from the King,
dom MK. C. HUBTAOK ItoliU wt
power of attorney to act for tne, and
MK. W. 11. MUDDY Ih iiuihorized to re.
celvu moneys atid sign receipts for me,
Soap Works. Leleo, Honolulu, Aug.
2S. 11-8(1 ntt
A SMALL COTTAGE. Nr-ully fur
nlbhedj Centially located. For
particulars apply to thin Oluru. !12 lw
BLACK MAKK. perfectly sound and
gentle; good in biulillo and liar.
ncs. Abo New llralto ami Harness.
Apply to MK. ClIKlSTLKY.Fort Street,
or ut Lucas Mill, i!3 lw
GOOD Saddle llorso, also works to
Hurness. Apply to 4'i Queen St.
v 30 lw
MEETING of Die Stncklioldcrt of
the En-t Maui Suuar Pluntutlnn
Coiiipiiny "III lo held at tho olllce of
Musi-m. 0. Biewer it Co., at 10 o'clock
Kit day morning, September 17th.
Per order. U. UOAltDMAN,
U3 lit Secretary.
..mj.-j ny-,, ,...n.l ,;f .. fjjm :) g a&Aj
We are Fighting Opposition I
No connection with any cornor,
Ot Lookout when the TEMPLE of FASHION will
have one day in this month, where we will give Goods
away, XO PAY. 27
HERE WE COME TO THE FRONT !
With a Flue Asbortment of
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS!
Which we will sell at the following
XOAV PRICES? :
from - $3.00 upwards.
" - 0.00 t(
Our Furnishing Goods nrc all Guaranteed, are as Fine in Quality, and us Cheap
in Prieo as niy legitimate hou-e can allonl to sell in Honolulu.
Bemember this Stock is New! Remember the Prices are low, and eur Goods
We cannot all'ord lo gi vi; irti-h away to draw eustomer.s but will sell you some
thing wliiult will give satisfaction and 'make you call again at
EGAftS AftSD GO'S,
Cor. Port & Merchant Streets.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OF
Moiii-nic CloiiE Gents Furiiishii Goods,
HATS, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neckware.
Alto, by repeated and special request, a finnll imoicc of the (iittt-l linntl-mude,
Most Durable Cents' Shoes
Kiny Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
HAS ItKOElVED, PEIl AUSTRALIA
Smoked Salmon. Smok
mon Hell ice, ketn hiillei
sins, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Spiced Beef, Boned Chicken, Luni b Tonuet', Chip,
ped Heef, ciites Oyli-r.-1, Saidinc, Sen Foam Cruokeis. Flout, Hi an, Wheal, 0.tls,
White Cntlilf Soup, Ciaiiiilaicd Sugar, Cube Sugar, I'owi'ered Sugnr, GermtT,
.un-amusi lkthi, i noicc i as, r renen reus, etc. aiso,
" Good Night " and Palace Brands Kerosene Oil.
All at Lnwiiht
Iiiiukf) lutes and t-ullsfnclion Guurnnleed. tS? '' O. Box !72;
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 ITort Htreol,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Jubt to hand, per slc.imrr Aufltrulln Kegs Holland Herrings, keg Katnlly Cnrncd
Beef, kegi Family Cornid Po-k, Kegs Fatnilj Snurkraut, kegs Mixed Plckhs,
kegs. Crystal Dilps, kits Kxtr.i Choice Salmon llellies, kit Extra Choice
Mackerel, fie.li Smoked Halibut, 1 refill Smoked .Salmon frisk Hinok-'d Sun.
nine, fresh Smoked Beef, hiltiiker Starr Hums, Urn Dupci: lliuiid, Jfcob
DrJld's Hllll'ulo IlauiH, Oili Dileil Figs, libick nnd while; Cihi Cbeete, Oregon
Cream Cheese, .Sh, Olit'i'", Sn Scjo Cheese, Pine Apple Cheese and Edwin
Oliret Sib block -, Snow While Codllsh, Chilly Lemons, fresh IVarn, IU'd
Cubbagu-. 12T I'liilinnbir aiieiitlmi Is called in a nice ithsririn eat of the fnm.
oiih Holinct .V Coull's lllbfiiiis, Qruliiuii Wafer, Oaken Flake. Sea Foam
Wafeis, Midgeit, (ili.gci Wufcisand Water. Tlieso biscuits, and a full line
of Canned (Joint and Drain, nl-o fic-,h Apples In lm-.ua, in iiiihiiIIiIim to suit,
at low ci-l miii'litl price. .New Cain Potatoes and Onions lr. line onilltiou. 17
(Formeily with Samuel Nott).
Iniporler tmcl Dealer" fn
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OIIOCKEBY, GLABt-WAHE, HOUSE KUIINIBIIINO HABDWAltE,
AfSA'IT I HON AND TINWABE.
Agent Kail's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
2T Store formerly occupied by
- i. ,
and G5 Fort Street.
wo are juBt below.
Bacon, Block Codlirh, Kile mid tins Sal.
Kecs rickies, kes I'm I'm k, Tuble Hal-
P. O. Hoi 2U7.
S. XOTT, opposite Sprcckcls 4 Cp.'o Bapk.
Health is Weaih !
DiwE. C. West's Neiits Asd Hiuin Thk...
Memt, a euaranteed Epeclfic for llyeterln, l)Uil
nwn. C6n;ulilon. 1'ito, Norrotu Neurnlwn;
ItroclAchP.NerTousProatrntton. caused brtliotuc
nt alcohol or tobacco, Wakefnlncm, Mental Do
prc?ion, Battening of tho Brain, resulting In in
Bnnitjr and leading to mUory, decoy and death!
Premature Old Ago, HarrenneM, Ijoss of J'owc
in either ex. InrolantAry Imcs and Hpermntor
rheca, ennsod by oyer-ncrtion of tho brain, aelf
nbnso, or OTer-lndalgoneo. Each boi conb,iim
ono month treatment. $1.00 n Iwi. or nix box
for $5.00, eonl by mail pro paid on receipt of price.
1VE GUAIt.VXTEK HIX IIOXI.H
To cure any cno. With each order received by in
for six boxes, accompanied with $9.00, wo will
send tho purchaser our written guarantee to re
fund tho money it tho treatment doo not effect
a cure, tiuaranteesiatuedonly by
IlOLIilBTEU t CO.
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IOIIJI C. WIST h CO, 181 IW W. 1I.4I.O St.. CklCMi
liw Wkl pwlif . Hill; iuU rr.ill oa m.ln .1 . l M uu
IlolllHtel- tV; Co.,
30 Om Wholes-ale and Itetitll Acenls.
St. Louis' College
Boarding and Day School
FOR BOYS AT
Tho Course of Instruction embraces
all the blanches of h good -Christian
and Commercial Education. A Special
Class lias been formed this year for ad
vanced scholars. Latin, Greek, French
Mid German re optional.
For Day Scholar, :0c, l-'ic, 1. 81.00
The llu rdinj; Depanmi-nt conslt-ts of
two dtBlitu'.t elaxse-i of pupils.
Board and Tuition, 1st Class, per
Board nnd Tim ion, and Clrs", per
Inst umcnial Music, per nionllu. 4
Vocal Mu-ic it Drawing irec i f charge.
Laundry Expenses!, per mntl 3
Medic d attendance forms eitru
cliuio. lo, iciairs of all kinds.
Hook an i Malionury at current rates.
Payment, must he mndi iunrtu'y
(every 2) mouth) and in advance.
Every Hoarder must lie provided v ith
bed clollic, inalttasst-M, nvo nii;lit.
gowns, t-evi-iil Milts of elolhlut; for Sun
day and week dins-, ls hi'ls, six
pocket haiiilUciehii-f-, th ce pnirs of
Blocking-, col I u th ami tics, tlnee paiis
of tboc nil uiarkid. Aim, toilet arli
clcs, inch as hair brush, tool h, tin il uttd
slice brishi", combs, soap mid blacking.
For admhslon as Hoarileis certlllcatcs
of good inornl charucter and of health
a e requited.
Uniforins wi'l be oblijjaloiy for
Bo ueri- may i-pcnd the first S-itnrihiy
of eve y month with their parents or
A quiirtcily report of the IichIi'i, con
duct and improvement of every boiudrr
will be sent to his parents or guardians.
The Sot-ion commences Ibis ear mi
MONDAY, September HI, lfcSO. "
tFor further pattieulnrs apply lo
Father Sylvester, S.S., C.C.
Having ecuied tho Servile- of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we are prepared lo cxceutii nil
House or Sig-n
HONOLULU PLANING .MILLS.
Fisbplates, Bolls & SDikes.
H. HACKPELD & Co.
Burnt Out, bit Not Dead"!
Ryan's Boat-Bnilflins Stiop
Is now adjoining the rear of
ton Tjine ol
& Co.'h Bos
1'aeketH. Sbippeis will plem-e like no.
nt nun a urtii.citiBs vest el
ill he in the berth loading
for tills nort in November, lo
sail Decern' cr 'fl Onbrn Hbnuld leav
here by fctt-auier ol October Hi to 1it
Another llutclasa vcsm-I will sail for
Hiiu port on or aloit the let dxv of
March. 1S87, of which fnttlitT nolle
will be given.
For particular!:, apply to
Honolulu, Ami: 24, It&A. )g
Store for Kent, and iix
tnroH for Sule.
THAT desirable Stoic now occupied
by tho LADIES' HAZAAU, 88 Eort
g'.rect, and all thu FlMi.ic. QIum Caci.
&o for tale. For futiher iiantciilara.
enquire ou the FremUes.
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fete-A ju . n &. Jtd&Zi