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BISHOP & Co.. BANKERS
Honolulu, HawMisn Island
Draw Exchange on the
Bauk orCtilll'ornln, H. jr.
And their agents In
. NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONU.
Messrs. N. M. Hothn'hlld & Son, London
The Commercial Hank Co , of Sydney,
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sdncy,
Tho Hank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
ChrlMchuron, mid Wcllluelon,
The Hank of British Columbia,, Yiiv
torla, If. C, iinH Portland, Or.
Transact a General Hanking l!itsiiu.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Vtny,
Bat esUtllihed for the benefit of all.
SA'iTKDAY.JsKPT. 18. 188G.
Whilst it is agreeable to contehip-'
late the good work that has been,
and is being, done on the Hawaiian
Islands in the way of Christianizing
Chinese, it is dreadful to contemp
late the persecutions that Chinese
Christians are subjected to in their
native country. The massacre pi
.Sicters of Charily, accompanied by
the killing of all Chinese who pro
fessed Christianity, iii 1871, will
for ever remain a blot on tho Chi
nese chaiacter. Now, we have
another of a most atiocious na
ture. Telegrams of September 1st
stale the " natives of Northern
Cochin-China, have risen against
the Christians and are uiasacreing
them and deslioying their property.
This active persecution is attributed
to the imprudence of the English
and American missionaries. In
Cochin-China alone, fifty Christian
have been killed and their homes
burned and their farms destroyed.
In .Sechuen a general mas'-acie of
Christians is reported to be in pro
gress, ami thej' are killed vhereei
found. It is (.aid that whole
village- occupied by Christians have
been destroyed and that all the
lands occupied by proles-or- of that
faith aie being devastated. The
Apostolic Vicar' ) icsidenee in
(Sechuen has been burned to the
ground and not a piece of furniture
nor book nor paper was si veil.
The foreign consuls barely escaped
from .Sechuen with their livci. No
clfoits hae been made up to the
latent leports to quell the disorder,
and so far as i- now Known it con
Such being the case, it is not lo bn
wondeied at that Chinese who have
been conveited fioni heathenism
in tills country, do not caie to
cany back their adopted religion to
their ancestral home. Cluistiauity
is a blessing, and many Chinese in
litis country know it, but they also
know that they daie not profess and
call themselves Christians in their
native: homes without fear of being
persecuted. The good work done in
this country by Prof. V. W. Damon
and otheis is no doubt partly
neutralized on the return of con
verts to their homes. It will be a
matter of time before the demon
that lurks in the Chinese spii it is
conquered, but thai it will finally
succumb to the overpowering loices
of Christianity, there is no doubt.
FERNS AS FERTILIZERS.
Mr. Lycau, at Ililo, lias a machine
finished and somewhat remodeled
after actual experiments for cutting
up the trunks of trec-feins to make
of them a feitilier to be lined on
cane land. It is running in connec
tion with the blcaiii planing mill al
lliio. , Of course the, entei prise is
bometliing of an experiment yet,
but Mr, h. lias a great deal of con
fidence in.it. He lias lately made
contracts for the delivery of tt liun
drcd4corTJi of the ferns' al his'
machine, as a linger experiment
than lias hitherto been tried in tills
line. 'The claims iniidu ior tins for-'
lilizcr aru that it is l'utt class in
quality, and that it is cheaper than
almost any other. If all the li links
of trec-feins now- to bo seen about
tho woocIh above Ililo can be utilized
to advantage in this way it will save
n vast drain on the country for
fort i libera now imported, Time will
tell. Meanwhile we will wait with
; . FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
A war cloud again hangs over
Europe, and judging fiom the lute
telegrams, it is blackening every
day. "flio Prince of JSulgiuia has
been dethroned, and again In ought
back from exile and placed upon his
tlnona.' Prince Alexander js per -
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constituency. He Js a brave and
ilasliing young fellow. His de
thronement was the jcsuJt of a
Russian conspiracy, but. it was found
convenient by Russia to repudiate
the act. The Russian Minister at
Sophia expressed a hope that tho
irregularity of the Prince's removal
would be' corrected by u voluntary I
abdication, a sentiment in which the
S'Pr'iuqe am not concur. 41exaner
has not shown that desire to serve
the interests of Kusin, which the
Czar anticipated when he placed hiui
on the. throne of Bulgaria. He has
been too link pendent and shown too
much fighting blood. Matters have
now taken a decided turn, and the
newt, is of si warlike chaiacter.
Continued from paye 4.
Rep. Thurston thought the views
of the lion, member for Makawao
extreme. He was going out of the
way when he characterized grab
bags as bad as other hinds of gambl
ing. There was a big distinction.
When a person goes to a fair with
S.'i in his pocket to "-pond, he does
not expect any leturn. Instead of
that he has the privilege of going
rouud with pretty girls, buying
them bouquet and has any amount
of fun. "When a man goes to gamble,
it was with the intention of taking
money fioni ome one else's pocket.
Rep. Dickey viid he was sorry the
ladies had obscured Rep. Thurston's
The amendment was put and lost.
Rep. Cattle moved lo insert after
"shall be liable to imprisonment"
the words "with or without hard
The same member moved that
section 11 be divided, and that the
pait following the woids "six
months" be section -1. Cairied.
Section .". Anv peison who shall
have unlawfully in his possession
any tool, device, implement or ticket
used, or vvhiclucan be used, for the
draw inf, carrying on or playing at
any lolten game, of faro, lnontc,
roulette, lansquenet, louge el noir,
or any other banking game played
with cards, dice or any device, shall
be punishable by a Urn- not exceed
ing five bundled dollars for the
first offense, and for every subse
quent offense by a line not exceed
ing five hundred dollars and im
piisouineul, with or without haid
labor, not exceeding three months,
and such tool, device, implement or
ticket shall be forfeited and de
stroyed. Minister Dare said this section
would jtnpose the bume penally on a
person who had a pack of cards or
backgammon bosud in his house for
puiposcs of innocent amusement as
on the keeper ol a professional gam
bler's denj and iie not believe the
house wanli'd such an absurd law on
the statue book. He moved an
amendment to express the real
meaning of the act.
The section passed as in the bill.
Rej). Castle moved to add a new
section confeiing juiisdiction on
Distucl and Police Magistrates to
try cases under the act. Canied.
Ministor'D.iro moved to stiike out
the enacting clause. Lost.
the bill, as amended, passed to en
giossment, to be icnd a thiid time
House adjourned at 1:10, to 10
o'clock Saturday morning.
1 O.j rj i iiav.
S.viuisiuv, September 18th.
House met. Opened with prayer.
Piesunt: Ministers tlibson and
Dare; Nobles Uoiniiiis, Kuihelani,
Hush, Walker (Piosident), Maitin;
Heps. Ilayselden, Lilikalani, Baker,
Kauhi, Allium, Kaolin, Kaulukou,
Pahia, lCaiinamaiH), Wight, Nulialc,
Naliinu, Knlua, Kaukau, Dickey,
Kaai, 'I'liuibton, Paehaole mid Palo
hau. Minutes lead and approved.
llcp. Ilayselden read the report
of the committee on accounts:
Hon. J. S. Wai.kku, President
Legislative Assembly Sin : Your
Committee on Accounts to whom
was refened a i ('solution introduced
by Hon. Cecil Iliown enquiring as
totllic amount of indebtedness out-
'standing on account of Legislative
expenses, to date, have examined
into anjl now report- upon the bal-
apce of eWli" and sundry bills in the
safe, as yet ninnentioiied by your
.committee. Tlui.cashvat present in
the SecietaryV sjifcvvp (bid amounts
to the sunt of 8-70 and the ii'ceipts
anil vouchei.s for cash paid out by
'the Si'oietary, and not includod in
your coiiiinittees previous icpoit ie-
feriuiijibe ailiii of 6'J12.W disbuised
for the following accounts:
JCiigiolug, -' icccljils L, K.LI
Kngrolrig, I icccipt It.
Hngiosshig, 1 icceipl ,f,
Tran-l.itliig, 1 iccelpt W
'J'rau-liltlng, 1 icceljillLKala
' The above total should bo deduct
ed from the amount as chaigcd by
your coniniittfo against the Secre
tary, so that tho sum drawn by the
latter should be gJ,2H7.25 instead of
l,7U!i.80 us pievious repotted.
Your committee also find that the
follvviuir hills us per annexed
t ciirdiilo for wqic done oil account
i of the Legislntrve Assembly aie due
Your ..mmnlM..!! .-.Is., .initv an ns-
timato ql n)iliut will be required to
jury olllcers and other expenses from
tills tlnto until )ho thirtietlr day o(.
this month. The total reaches
$13,1 7.43, but your committee- aro
of opinion that there may possibly
Oe some aui'UUUli nil" umsiHiiuniy
of which tiiey have no present
knowledge, and that, in older to bo I
suie that every bill or account of I
legislative expenses is paid, a fur
ther appropriation of Slo,000 should
be made in order to cover all legis
lative expenses for the yeai 1880.
Kked. II. II.vsi:i.iJKs,
Jons- K. 15iii,
K. L. Kai-ai.
Rep. Aholo moved the lepoil be
Noble Huxhcd moved a joint leso
lulion for a further appioptiation of
SI 5,000 for the expenses of the
present session of the Assembly.
On suspension of the rules, the
resolution was lead a second time
by title, passed to engrossment, and
set for third reading on Monday.
Rep. Richaidson repotted bills
Minister Gibson laid on the table
the bill on voting at elections,
Rep. Dickey stated that as a mem
ber of the Kinanee Committee, he
had gone to the Custom House lo
see ccitaiu accounts, hut was re
fused ait-inspection of the books by
Mr. ltoardinau, and moved the
Ministei of Finance be instructed
to allow the Kinanee Committee or
any member of the ame, the inspec
tion of any and all books of his de
paitinent. Rep. Aholo moved the resolution
be laid on the table. Canitfd.
Thiid reading of the Act to amend
section 101 Civil Code to regulate
the Government water supply.
Second reading of the bill to con
sider the law relating to cominis
sioneis of Private Ways and Water
The report of the committee on
the bill was lead.
On motion, the fuither consider
ation of the bill was postponed to
A discussion ensued, in which
Rep. Ilayselden, Castle and Kanlu
kou took pail, on the next oiderof
Rep. lvaulukou moved the house
adjourn to 10 o'clock Monday morn
New Yoik, Aug. .'51. The will of
Samuel Colvillc. theatiical manager,
was tiled to-day. It is dated October
1, 1882. 'The' will reads: "I give
and bequeath to my sincere and
attached friend and companion, and
whom it is my desire to make my
wife, Kme Itouscaii, S.'JO.OOO." All
the lerrr.iinder of the estate is be
qucalhcd to his son, David T. Col
villc. The estimated value of the
estate is S 100,000. Kme Houseau,
mentioned in tlic vvill, afterward be
came the wife of Colville. Yesterday
she, "with her son, waived all rights
and vvill not contest the will.
New York, Auu;. 31. It has been
noticeable thai Wall street houses,
lo whom big shipments of gold were
consigned, have been inclined lo
conceal the fact pievious to its
arrival. In explanation of this it
was s.aid yesteiday that exchange
wa.1 not bought against gold and
there was fear of an advance iir ex
change rates. Hates have been ad
vanced, in fact, since gold was
New York, Aug. .'11. Sonic ex
citement was caused at the Atlantic
basin on the arrival there of the ship
Iiinglcnder fioni Iliogo, Japan,
laden with lags, alleged to be in
lected with cholcia, which is known
lo be raging in the vicinity of that
port. The nigs vveie disinfected in
Japan, but it is claimed before they
were landed heie they should again
have been disinfected, since the pro
cess they have undergone at foreign
polls is not snllicient safeguard
against the spread of the dihease to
permit the vessel to begin unload
ing here. Meantime, the Hoard of
Health will have a special meeting
to take her case into consideration.
THE INTERNATIONAL SCULLING RACES.
U'he first trial heat In the Interna
tional sculling match was rowed
August tfOlh. Teenier of the United
States and Perkins of Kngland being
tho contestants. Teenier won.
The heat between Matterson, the
Australian, and Wallace Hoss, was
won easily by the ffumer, who
lliiishcd six length in limit of the
Canadian, Kleven to ten was bet
that Hoss would win,
lieaeli boat Leo in the third trial
fully three lengths.
THE YACHT CONTEST.
A.N I'.NHl.ISlI JOUUNAI. I'UKI'AIIIMl 1111'.
I'I'III.IO l'-W AN AX'IICII'A'IKD
Cnmmeiiliug on ilie iutcrnatiomil
contest between the Oalatea arrd the
sloop selected lo sail against her;
also concerning Heaver Welili's con
nection wllli the former yacht, a
London society paper, in 'its issue
ol August J 7th, says: When the
Oalatca ai rived at Marblehead,
Mass,, after an exceptionally long
passage, she was gieeted with what
Amei leans aie pleased to term a
"lousing lecepiloii." On the night
of the Knjdish cuttoi's arrival tiro
poil was brilliantly illuminated, a
vast crowd lined the beach and the
headlands, and great piepinations
worn at once set on foot to give
Lieutenant Henn and his wrfo a
royal reception at the Eastern 1 acht
unit) Mouse. Hie tiaiatca may
succeed in winning America's cup,
and possibly she will not. In ant'
cae it seems very absurd that
neither last season nor this has the
best boat been sent acios. There
may have been reason for this ap
parent want of discretion on the
pait of those who have had the mat
ter in hand. Rotli the Genesta and
Galatea were built from designs of
Heaver Webb, the enterprising
gentleman who appear? to be chielly
instrumental in getting up the
challenges, Webb has now avowed
his intention of taking up his abode
in the United States, with the inten
tion of carrying on his business of
yacht designing. On the face of it,
the whole business looks like a very
diiect and ingenuous adveitisemeut.
So long, however, as we retain such
designers as Richardson and Watson
we can cheerlully spaie Heaver
Webb. Should the future design
v, ouij. hi.ouni tne tuiurc . esign-
ing of American racing craft lie left j
suieiy in ins nanus, ii iii nut nu
very long before the America's cup
will be brought back to Kngland
THE CONSTITUTION AtlNIVESARV.
Pini.oKi.i'iiiA, Aug. .'11. The
Timux says: On the 17th of Scp-
icniner, jbij, tiieannivesary or inc
completion of the Constitution of .
the I nitetl Slates and lis public
presentation by Washington will
occur. In order to celebrate it in a
fitting manner tho Governors of the
tlih teen original States will meet in
this city on the 18th of next mouth
to make the necessary arrangements.
A committee of eighteen Council
men and another of thirteen citizens
will meet the distinguished visitors.
The gathering will lie in i espouse to
a resolution passed in June last by
the Now Jersey Legislature. The
proposition has been made to in
vite the other States to participate
in the celelnation. One fealuie. it
is said, will be the military paiade.
in which ia regiment from each State
'Sue puis on a gient many airs,
does slio not?" nU iIildru(u while l
ilicrtiit.t.1 ii(r nn ti fri tin l til min A 1 1 c ' '
leplied Amy. "That doesn't begin
to expicss it. She just piles cyclones
on the top of hurricane1!."
A Woman's McrinB and !
A. Voice XVom -.VutiLx-ln.
Near the village of Zillinjidorf, in
Lower Austria, lives Mai in Haas, an in
telligent and Industrious vvoiuin, who e
Btory of plivrdcil siillei inj: .uid Until ie
lief,' as related by herself, is of interest
to English women. "I was crnplovcd,"
sliesavf, " in the vvoik of ,i large f.iiin
hoHc." Ove'r.woik bioughl on sick
iie.idaclie, fullowcd bj a deathly faint
injj and skiic-s of Hie tornacli, until I
a unable to retain either loot or
diink I was o uipcllid lo take t my
bed for several weiks. Getting a little
bettei from icst and quiet, 1 'ought l
do some work, but was soon taken with
a p. mi in my side, whjch in a lillle
while seemed" to spread over my whole
body, and tluobl.od in my uveiyliuib.
This was followed by a cough and
shortness of bieath, uniil luullyl could
not sew, and I look to my bed for the
second, and, as 1 thought, for the last
time. My friends told e that my time
had I'Curly eome, and that I coiild not
live longer than when the Heps put on
their green ace more. Then J happen
id lo get one of the heigel pamphlets.
I rend it, and my deal mother bought
me a botlle of beigel's Syrup, which I
took oviictly qeentding in directions,
and I had not taken the whole of it he.
foio f jelt a great change for tho heller
My labt illnc-s began .)une ,1682, and
continued to Aucust Dih, when 1 began
to take the Svmp. Very soon I could
do a little 1 ght work. The cough left
rue, and I wii3 no more troubled in
b eathing. Now I urn perfectly cured.
Ard oh, how happy I am! 1 cannot e.
picsa gtiuitude enough for Seigel's
Syrup. Now I must tell you that the
OoetoiH in oui distill t (lisluliuteu lianU.
bills cautioning people against the
medicine, telling them it would do them
no good, and many were thereby inilu.
enced lo destioy the Seigel pamphlets;
but now, wherever one is to be found, it
Is kept like a relic. The few pre.-ei ved
arc borrowed to read, and I have lent
mine lor six miles around our district.
People have come eighteen miles to get
nie to buy thu medicine tor them, know,
ing that it cured me, and to lie sure to
gel thu right kind, 1 known woman
who was looking like death, and who
told them there was no help for her,
that she had consulted several doctors,
but none could help her. I told her of
Selgel's Syrup, and wrote Ihe name
down lor her thai she might make no
mistake. She took my advice and the
Symp, and now she in 'in peileni health,
and the people around us aio nmacd.
The medicine has made Mich pingiesH
in our ueighboihood that people sav
they don't want Ihe doctor any more,
but thoy take the Syn.p. SulVereiH from '
gout who weio confined lo their bed and '
could hardly wovo a linger, have been
ruieii by it. Tiiero is a girl in ouruis.
trict who caught a cold by going
through Home water, mid was in bed live
years with costivcuess and rheumatic
paliin, and had to have an attendant to
watch by hei. There was not n doctor
In thu sin rounding dbtilcti, lo whom
Iter mothei hud not applied to telieve
her child, huleveiy onu ctosscd tliciu.
sclve-H aim said thoy could not help her.
Whenever the little hell rang which is
rung in our place when somebody Is
dead, wo thought sanely it was foi her,
hut Seigcl's Syrup and Pills saved her
life, and now she Is tin healthy as any.
body, goes to chinch, and cm work
even in the lipids, Kvuiybody was as.
mulshed when limy saw Imr out, know,
ing how many years she had been in
bed. Today she adds her giatlludu lo
mine for God's mercies and Scigel's
Syrup. JIauia Haab."
The people of Kngland speak confirm.
Inn the above.
IL'JI - -
A SMALL COTTAGE. Neatly fin
uKheilj Centrally located. Por
paitiruluis apply to this Oillce, il'2 lw
Roman Catholic Catheiuiu,.
High mas at 10 a. ji. Vespers nU:30
Kaumakapim Chcrch. Rov. J.
Wuiainuli, pastor. Sunday school at
t:30 a. M. Preaching at 10:80 a.m.
Kawaiahao Cnuncii Rev. II. 11.
Paiker. pastor. Sunday school at 10
a. m. Pleaching at "ll a. m. and
T:30 I'. M. Young people's meeting at
0 I. M.
V. M. C. A Yonnir Men's Bible
Clas In the pnlorat UM5 a. m., con
ducted bythoGeneial Secretary. Go'pel
praise -enlce at 0:30 1 si. C'omo and
hi big a filend.
liinill.l, I'MO.V COMHIKdATIOX.
Rev. j;. C. Ugpel. imtor. .Services at
the I.yeeiuii, Nuuaiiu avenue, at 11 A.
m. .subject: "The Sieoml Command
ment, or linage Win ship and Rome.
.Sunday school at Hi-JS v. si.
rom-siiir.rr Ciiruun. Rev. .1. A.
Cruaii. pastor. Jleetln for Ulble
study at u:I.ia. m. Public worship at
11 a. si. mid 7:30 i'. si. Pe. C. M.
ll.vdu. 1). IJ., lo pleach in tho uumiliifr.
c;lou KnI(,'(. ,,; 0 uu.n,n ,( u, ,,,,,-j,
ju-v. T. R.O. Peck will preach.
UllIXKsi: (.'llflicil. Poit sneel, near
coiner lleielaula. Mr. To 'I'enir t'e.
evangelbl, t'lilne-e .Sunday School.
! :30 a. si. Chinese and JbiglUh Miu
day School. 2:30 l si. PriMclihii; 11
A. si. and 7s3U v. si. bible, class in
Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hall, !:30 i si.
Si. Am)ki:vs Catiii:iI!AI.. I'lr-t
Conm edition. Holy Communion, at
U::'0a. si.; loiuing prayer, wiihsei'
inon. at !i :30 a. st. l.vcn-ong with cate
chetical addiess bv ihe Jlislmp of Hono
lulu al i; r. si. All seals aie fieu.
Second CoiiKK'gatloii, Rev. Geoigp
Wallace. A. M.. p.itiir elecl. Moin
l Pi aver with -ciuinn.il:" a. v.;
evening' puiyer, with sciiuon. 7:30 r. m.
Sunday scliool incci at It) a. si. In Hie
Punali'ou I'lcpnintory School building.
Seats fiee at all scivices,
AYOUXG MAN whoh mind several
vi. 'us i'pcricmt! in a ueneial
store, seeks i iiiployinenl. lie ""speaks
II ivvaii'iii, n tic ciiii tm rush exeellent
ii feieiicci. Apply "'A,' cue of Dvii.y
lb l.l.i iix nfllee." 35 3i
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Hive just reotivi-d a lew more
qMlP. ICH CltEAM PARLOUS form
X cily occupied by Meller & Halbe
have heen ie opened hi the undersigned.
Private loeius have been fitted up. 'Best
ipinlitv of U e Cream and Candies.
K. J. MELIniL
Mutual Telephone No. -ST. IJI lw
ASl'ECIAL MEETING of the As
.soeiation i called by the Hircc
toiy for the purpose of further consider
ation of the subjeet of disbandnient, at
the Y. M. C. A. llnll, MONDAY EVEN
ING, Sept. '20, lf-SC at 7:30 p. m.
:u:it .1. 11. CASTLE, Sec'y.
OtJI'ItlHIV: COTKT of the Hn-
O w.ui.in Islands, la ihe mailer of
the Uinlsiupicy of QUONG YUEN and
YORK KEE. Befoie Chief Justice
Qnung Y'uen and York Kee, doing
business in Honolulu, Island of Ouhu,
having this duj'-hecn adjudicated bank
rupt on the petition of M.S.Giiubaum &
Co, it is ordeied that all ereditois of
said bankiupt come in and prove their
claim-- lief ore me, at my Chambers, in
On Tuesday, Sept. 21, 1886,
at 10 o'clock a m.
Il is fuither oidered that, upon
sard day, the iredilois do proceed to
hold the ELECTION of an assignee or
assignees of s.iid bankrupt estate, and
thirl notire heieof he published in the
Oailv Rum.kiiv foru tbnis previous to
i&U day, viz: Sept. Ill, 17. "IH and 20th.
natcu Honolulu, Hciii. lo, Hhii.
A. P. JUDD,
Ohiel Justieo Supremo Court.
Attest: .1. lLltrusT,
2nd Deputy Clerk. '.Vi-lt
I LACK MAKE, perfectly sound and
J gentle; good In sa Idle and bar.
ncs". Also New Drake and Haine-s.
Apply to MR. CHIUSTLKY.Fort Street,
prat Lucas' Mill 82 lw
A MEETING of the Stockholders of
the Lust Maui Sugar Plantation
Company vvill ho hi Id at the oillce of
Messrs. C Hrevvor Cc Co., at 10 o'clock
Friday niOinlng, September 17th.
Per Older. G. HOARD MAN,
!I lit M-meliiiy.
DURING my absence from the King,
dom MR. C, HUBTAOK holds my
power of attorney lo act for me, and
MR. W. IL HUDDY is authorized to re.
celve moneys and sign nceipts for me,
Snap Works, Leleo, Honolulu. Aug.
2H, IfrbB 17 tf
GIN SOY and Drri.lt Hop Will having
sold Huhtll Itlco Plantation, auai,
to Gin Hunt: Wa! and Tom You, ihey
will not bo hold lesponsiblo foi any of
tho plantation debts contniclcd after
September lHlh. 30
1 " ' i
New Plitttogi'tiiih IJooiijh.
OVER Nichol's toro, Fori envoi,
nuM ihe Shooting Gallery, Pic-
l'oi trails and vIovvh, Piitt-olius
J, A. GONSALVES.-
The Inter- Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on liniiel for salo
St 3am Family and Blacksmith Coal
arid n general assortment of
416 Bar Iron. fJy
Assignee s Sale ! ,
By order of W C. i'ARKB. Assignee
of the citatc of .1. F. McLaughlin, a
bankrupt, I will fill at Public Auction,
at ihc retidetito of cild .1. V. McLuugli.
Hd, on I'litichuovv I sircet, on
Thursday, September 23, 1886
At 10 o'clock a. in ,
The whole of his Household Furniture
and eficctu, consisting of
Steel Engravings, Walcr Colors
Turkish I uirs, civet Kug, B W
Side Jlonid, .U'Elineioii DiulngTubic
3 B. W. Bedroom Sets Comploto
1 Pine Bedroom Htt Complete, 1 AhIi
Bedstead, I W Bedstead, I Pine
Bedstead, 1 Child's Bed and 2 Cribs
1 Fancy Pluli Tabic,
02SJ3 EBONY TAM-Id
A Kbony Chairs. 3 Kbnnv Stool, 1
a Small Bbo y Tables,
Crockery, Gloss and Plated "Ware
Lamp, MntlrcsH's, Mosquito Nci.
Chamber Setc, Cornices and Cur
lulus Wardrobes Veranda Lounge,
And Cooking Ulciwils, Etc., Ktc.
J.EAVIS .J. UEVEY,
3 Hit Auctioneer
J. T. WATERHOTJSE'S
Queen Street Store.
Mer-IsM S. I Co.,
'JTlie Best DRoixtre
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and sTaunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leave Honolulu at if) o'clock K.it. on
FRIDAY, September 21th.
The steamer pas-e- along the entire
coast of the leeward side of Haw-dl, af.
fordiug tourists a panorama of charm
ing scenerv, and will stop at Kealakc
kua Day, w'here iuffieieut time is allow,
cd to visit the Monument of Captain
Tourists by this route reach Punaluu
at ."i o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, making Ihe entire passage in
smooth water. At Punaluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and lrom there tourists will be conveyed
by lailroad to Pallida, thence by stage
coach lo llnll-wny House, where horses
arrd uuide will be in attendance to con
vey them to the Volcano.
Tourists will have two nights nnd one
who!u day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which.
Includes all expenses.
Apply to HAHRY AltMTTAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort street, or at the office of the 1. 1 S.
N. Co., Esplanade. T370 6
Will be open every nltciuoon and even.
iug as follow M
aiomlny, TueHtlny, tVedncwilny and
To the public in general.
For ladies and gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen and children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Friday and Saturday Evenings.
WILLIAM WALL, Manager.
House nnd Lot off the Pauoa
Valley Road,, near the now
Punchbowl Slieet lirldce,
House coal a Ins 5 rooms, Bathroom,
Kitchen and Pantry. Outhouse consist
ing of Stable, Carriage Houso und Hur.
neB loom. The ground are planted
with choice trees. To be sold for $1,700
cudi. Apply to
J M. MOXSARRAT,
15 tf No. 27 Merchant Street
Choice Property for Sale.
Ii.OT CORKER OF FORT AND
J School streets, belonging to Mr,
M. Louissiai. Etiquiio at the orllcu of
28 tin Queen Street b
ji DO 100
(g 75 100
Haw'n OarrrugeManf'i' Co.,
E. O. Ilnll & Son,.
O. brewer & Co,,
Wailuku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugm Co.,
Intcr.Islnnd S. N, Co., 105
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokei,
J8 Merchant Street. 151 ly
By order of W. (' Parke, A-sipiue of
the estate of J. K. McLaugliliii, a Ian.
krupl, we will sell nt Public Auction in
oui Salesroom, Quien Slrci I,
On TuoEday, Sept. 21, 1886,
At 12 o'clock, noon,
1 Valuable Carriage Horse,
1 low Phaeton,
2 Sets Buggy Harness,
'Die Hoifcisii in g tnl lo.uiiilnn nr.d
Is a fiord 'traveler. I be llor- will Le
soldwepaialely. TKH.Ms CASH.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
34 3t Auctioneer.
ASSIGNEES SALE !
The undcl)!ued will fell nt public
auction, by ordir of W. C. Parke, A .
slgnco of .1. K. JfcLAUGHLIN, a linn,
krupi, at the auction roomn of the undei.
signed in Honolulu, on
Saturday, September 25, 1885
At l' o'clock, noon, tho
as per schedule, together witli the build
inhs situate thereon and lire lease of said
lot The leaco is tor ten ytrirs from the
1st day of February, IBbO, und subject
to a monthly lent of s3!l 33, payable in
ad vatic , and the rent is aid up to Sep
tember :i0, 1 880, und all the buildings
can be removed at the expiration
There ih a paid un INSURANCE pol
icy on the properly 1o the y-fth day of
October, 1880, for $"4,000.
The Laundry is in good working or
dcr, nnd can be examined at any lime
prior to the sale. An Inventory can be
Ecen at the Auction Room.
TERMS CASH. Deeds at expense of
E. V ADAMS & CO.,
33 8t Auctioneers.
By order of the Trustees ol the Metliel
Cliuich, I will gcll nt Public Auction, at
my Salesroom, in Honolulu, on
SATURDAY, Sept. 25, '80,
nt 12 oV.IocJe, nuon,
that very valuable and dcirnble pro
perty owned by the bethel Church
Association, and known u the
Bethel Church Lot
situate at the corner of King and Bethel
The dimensions of the whole lot is as
follow-, viz: On King street G9.5 feet
(S 27 40' E) on Beihel street, 124.0
feet (S 03 a5' W) adjoining Sailors'
Home. 57 5 feet (N 17 00 W) on the
Evvn side, back part, 112.7o feet (N 02
20" E) to the initial point. The pro
perty is laid" out in four magnificent
building lots? as follows, viz:
No, 1. 1 Lot facing King Street.
No 2. 1 Lot corner King and Bethel
No. 3. 1 Lot facing Bethel Street.
No. 4 1" " "
The dimensions of each lot respective,
ly are as f oIIovvf, iz :
Lot No. 1. 08.33 ft ; area 1915 square
Lot No. 230.5 ft. fucintcKingStiect,
withadjpth of 58.0 ft.; facing Bethel
Street 5S 2 ll , with a depth 30 3 ft.; area
1940 sq. ft.
Lot No 3. Facing Bethel Slrcct30.1
ft., wrthadcpthof03.3ft.on the sides ad
joining Lots No. 1 and 2. Rear part 30 0
ft., with a depth (10.2 ft.; area 1800 sq. ft.
Lot. No. 4. Facing bethel Sircet 35.7
ft. with a depth on side adjoining Lot
No. 3, 02 2 ft.; rear part 24 75 ft., with
depth 57.5 ft.r area 1781 sq ft.
Bethel street is to be widened to CO
feet, making this n very valuable build,
ing site for business houses.
A plan of tint, ptopeity can be seen at
my i lllce.
EST Terms are Cash, the halunce
to be paid in equal installments, in 1, Z
and 3 year, secured by first mortgage
upon the premises sold, and improve
ments heieafter placed thcicon. Interest
at the rate of S per cent, per annum, pay
able Beini.uiinually, free of taxes. Prin
cipal and interest payable in U. S. Gold
Deeds nt the expeuse of purchnser.
J. JLYONS, Auctioneer.
Crystal Soia forte
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lomon Soda, Lemonade, Sarsaparilla,
Fruit Syrups and Essences and
made from the pure Apple, all of which
wo guarantee to be tho best.
Jt6S-W e also invito partros intendlmr
btariing Mores foi tho fiile of iced
drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
to call on us belore going elsewhere.
Tie Mel Sola Worts,
P. O. Bo .1!)7, Honolulu.
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