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Stmr Klniui fiom windward ports
Stuir Llkcllke from ICnliuliil
Stmr Mokolll from Moloknl
Bgtne Alllo Howe for South Sen Islands
Sent' J C Ford for San Francisco
Ship MelroH- for 1'oit Townsem!
Uktno Kllkltnt for l'oit ToniMid
Bktne Amelia for San KraueUco
Stmr Klniiu for wlndwaul potts and tho
Schr KaulkcaouU for Koliata
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal
Stmr Lclun for wlndwaul port
Bk Don Nicolas for Puget Sound
VESSELS HM PORT.
Bgtno.l 1) Spieekels
Japanese nmn-of-warTsukuba, Fukus-
Am ship Mehose. Knlb
Bktuo Amelia Xuwhnll
Ilk islo of Kiln, .7a Inkstci
Bktne Klllkltat, Cutter
Am bk Edward May, Johnson .
Ilk Don Nicola-, Kos-i
Brfuo Coiit-uulo. Cous-ln
Bktne Planter, Periiinnii
Am vaeht Briuililldc, Phelps
Ilk Forest Queen, Wiudlng
From Kalmlu! and by potts, per -ti'nr
Llkellko, Septeinher 18th Muster W
Toomoy, Win Ajrcr. Mrs Perry, Mr
Brodio, J Iaia and wife, G McLean and
wife, A Biubii, Mailer Tom. A Eno,
vUfe and child. Mr .1 Jtotbwell, Mr
Williams, Cupt ltcynold, A F llopke,
J Andrson, C Schrclber, Mrs J W
Knlun, B W Meyer and a children, 4
Chinese and l:ii! fleuk.
From Volcano and windward ports,
per steamer Klnmi, September 18th
From Volcano : KovTKGPeck, S B
Itose, J .J Aubertin, C II Etdredgc, Miss
Hendry, Mls Knnalakaiiabele, Miss
Aheon'u. Miss Pllipo; fiom windward
poits: Capt O X Wilfong. Major W II
Cornwall, Captl) Talor, M X Saunders,
wife and child, W W Goodnle. .1 M
Litigate, Mis'. K Dunn, MKs II nuiin.
Mis Julia Hunt, Mi-s E MeCandles, .1
Ward, Mrs J Brodio. Mrs J Wight, W F
Whister, A Moioff, Mis M I. (i Jones,
Mrs K Hopkins and child, .1 B Jone,
wife and '2 children, Kokl and 4 chil
dren and 107 deck.
GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kinau 1,800 bags sugar, 185 hides,
1 lforie, 17.") pkgs Mindiies.
Stun- Likclike 410 bag-, sugar.
Stmr Geo W Elder, fiom San Fran
cisco, due heie Sepl 2.ini.
American bark Sarauae, from New
York, sallodJuly lUtli, due here Xov. 18
ao. to Castle & Cooke.
Ger bark Pacillc, Oltniau, from Bre
men, due Sept UO-'.IO, to Schaefer & (Jo.
Brit bark V 11 Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June Otli, due here Oetohei
I'Gth-Xov 1st, to Schaefer & Co.
.Brit shin Aniana. sailed from London,
April lith, and from Madeira April 24ih,
due heie August L'4-:tl,to G. W. Mac
failauc & Co.
Brit bark Iioncrag, sailed from Liver
pool, June oth, due here October 23rd
Xov lbt. to Davies & Co.
Am bk Mattha Davis, F M Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, due
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Haw bk Thomas It. Foster, F W
Kugg, from Newcastle, X" S W, due
Nov 15, to Brewer & Co.
Haw brig Hazard, W G Goodman,
from San Francico, due at Ililo, Ha
waii, September 0-15, to Pacific Naviga
Am llktno Eureka, from San Fran
cisco, due hcre'Oct 1st, to Ilackfeld &
Brit baik Glengaber, Kolleston, from
Liverpool, due here, Jan 15-31, to
Davies it Co.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, due here Dec 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bark Calbarlen, Perkins, front
San Francisco, due at Mahiikono, Sept
30th. at Honolulu in Oct, to Castlo &
Am schooner W S Bowne, Paul, from
San Francisco, due heie Oct 1-8, to
Schaefer & Co.
Am baik Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Aug 28, due lcro Jan 15-30,
to Schaefer it Co.
Am bktne Klla, Rust, from San Fran
cisco, due heie Sept 25th, to Brewer it
Brit bark Lady Lampson, Marston,
from the Colonics., due hero In Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am ("team schooner Surprise, from
San Francisco, now duo to the Pacitlu
Am baik Atlanta, D O Klllmau, from
Port Towtibeud, hailed Aug 21st, duo
here Sept J5th, to Ilackfeld & Co.
Am bark Hope, Peuhallow, from Port
Townsend, due hero Oct 15th, toLewers
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Miibic at tho rink to-night.
Tin: usual tempcranco meeting in
Fowler's yard, this ovonintf.
(Joi,. Norris hiiB the thanks of tho
Daily Bri.urriN' olllco for copies of
the Intent California tiles.
Mkshuh. II. ilackfeld
iiounco a now lot of Filter
also Hooting Slates for sale.
Mit. Sachs is about to held his grand
annual Clearance Sale, commencing
on Monday next, and to continue for
two weeks only. Prices will bo "cut
In tho tliiid paiaginph, becond
lino, of the Government water sup
ply hill iqioit, yi'steiday, a typogia
phieal onor occurs, of "two" days,
for which, read ten days,
Tin: Itov. T,lt. G. Peck, pastor of
tho Pcbbyti'iinn cliuicli, at Wutei
villo, .near Utica, Now York, will
preach at Fort-btieet church to-inoi-iow
SixJiurrAitY Fuller will bo present
to conduct his claus for Biblo study,
in tho V. M, (J. A, p.ulor, at 0:15 to
morrow morning. A coidial welcome
is extended to any young men not
engaged at that hour.
The Eulwtin reporter reoords
thanks to tho Hon. member for Hilo
for moving tho enily adjournment of
tho house, to-day.
Owing to tho afternoon of yester
day being too cloudy, tho legislators
of 1SS0 were not photographed. It
will probably be attempted some day
Tin: first net of Col. Nonis on his
return, was to piesont the Bulletin
with a fTlo of papers. His second act,
was to present tho Heaver with a
very pretty plctuie of tlneo young
ladies. Two commendable nets.
All tho military volunteer com
panies ale expected to meet at tho
Armory, at t) o'clock, to-morrow
morning, and match from them to
Kaumakapili chmch, to attend divine
set vice. A full attendance, is desired.
Mil. 11. M. Dow says, that last night
liis slumbers were distuibed by his
chickens cackling loudly. On going
out with a revolver in searcli of tho
trouble, he found no one, and the
noise having ceased, ho rctiied, only
to be aiouscd again. Hu went out
three times without seeing anybody,
and without discovering what was
troubling tho "chickens. This morn
ing lie found eight dead chickens in
tho yaul, and he cannot account for
tho departed lives of his featheiy
Mil. S. 11. Hose, of Messrs. Wilder
it Co's., has returned to duty, im
proved to tho extent of 51bs. by a two
Miss J. A. E. Gulick, cousin to Mr.
Clias. T. Gulick, ex-Ministor-of Inter
ior was a passenger by the bark
Forest Queen yesterday, from San
A BILLIARD MATCH.
Last evening, Mr. J. P. Bowcn
and Mr. McSliane met at the Key
stone Billiard parlors and had a
friendly contest at a game of a .'3
ball billiards, Bowcn allowing
McShano single discount. Bowcn
went oil" with the lead and maintain
ed it throughout, winning the game
by 110 points, out of a total of 201.
The highest run in the game was
20, made byBowen, while McSliane
failed to reach double figures in any
single break. Bowcn played care
fully and well. Luke's luck was
out and furthermore ho did not ap
pear to be in good form.
A bold burglary was committed
early this morning, somewhere be
tween midnight and day light, in the
store of the Wing On Wo Co.,
Maunakea street. The burglar or
burglars gained access to the in
terior of the premises through an
open door on an upper balcony,
which was readied by means of a
ladder placed on the nearty flat roof
of an adjacent stable, in back. The
door was left open to admit fresh
air to the inmates, of whom there were
four asleep in the room at the time
of the robbery. They had retired
at 12 midnight. Having secured
eutrance above, the way to the lower
floor was clear. Here was a trunk
containing some valuables, secured
by a padlock. The fastenings of the
lock were broken, the trunk opened,
and the following articles abstracted
therefrom: One American nickel
watcli, No. 1,803,449 ; one silver
watch) nickel case, marked John.
Xoble; one Ainciican gold watch,
and two gold chains. In addition to
these articles, seven boxes of XXX
cigars, and one 1)ox of Golden
Cupid tobacco are missing. About
S'i in small change were taken from
a till. An ineffectual attempt was
made to open a largo combination
safe. A handcart, with the firm
initials (W. O. W. Co.) marked
thereon, was also taken away, pro
bably to carry off the plunder in.
Exit was effected through a black door
below, after removing a bolt and
operating the lock. A reward of
8300 is offered by the firm for in
formation that will lead to the con
viction of the thief or thieves.
MR. J. J. AUBERTIN'S TRIP.
Mr. J. J. Aubertin returned by
the steamer Kinau this morning,
after a visit to tho crater of Ki-
lauea, to the summit of Haleakala,
and to other interesting points on
Hawaii and Maui. Mr. Aubertin
found "tho sea travel rather dis
agreeable, but the captain and
olllcers of the steamer very plea
sant." The roUd from Keaubou to
the Volcano was interesting, espe
cially tho tramp over the sen of
lava. Tho crater was not in a state
of great activity, and Mr. Aubertin
having read of the crater as a surg
ing sea of molten lava that swayed
from side to sido with wonderful
grandeur, and spouted up in innu
merable jets to a great height, was
somewhat disappointed. In spite of
the disagreeable weather experienc
ed, dining his stay at the Volcano,
Mr. Aubertin saw two perpendicular
shoots of luva, that rose from the
lake with remarkable crandetir.
Having spent two days at Kilauea, ,
which the noted journalist believes
is in no way connected with Mauna
loa, Mr. Aubertin onco more board
ed the Kinau for Maalaoa Bay Moui,
where, through the courtesy of Mr.
C. O. Berger, he became the guest
of Major Cornwall, of Waikapu.
After visiting Iao valley, Mr. Auber
tin took a journey to Haleakala, in
order that lie might sou the greatest
extinct volcano known, as he had
just been the greatest active one.
Haleakala, tho journalist says, is not
picturesque, but the Bight of the
crater compensates for all the trouble.
Tho summit of tho mountain was
Qovorqcl with ft whits mUt, that ex
tended for leagues nround, but after
a while it drifted away, bringing to
view tho whole crater, witli its vtibt
depths and striking magnificence.
Mr. Auberlin being clmiined with
Ilalcnknla, spent three hours there,
afterwnrds returning to Waikapu,
rejoining Captain King on Friday
night, and arriving nl Honolulu this
morning greatly pleased with the
trip from beginning to end, regrel
ing however his inability to visit
Captain Cook's monument.
HIS MAJESTY, THE KING, VISITS H.
I. J. M. SIMP TSUKUDA.
This day at 1.30 p. m. His
Majesty, the King paid a visit to II.
I. J. M.'s Ship Tstikuba. lie was
accompanied by IlisExccllency Gov
ernor Jno. O. Uominis, lion. A. S.
Cleghorn, Their Excellencies, Waller
M. Gibson Minister of Interior, Hoht.
J. Creighton Minister of F. Affairs,
J. T. Dare, Attorney-General, and
F. P. Kanoa, Minister of Finance;
Colonel C. P. Iaukea, His Majesty's
Chamberlain; Hon. Sam Parker,
Major Ilaylcy, Major W. II. Corn
well, Major itosa Major J. D. Holt,
and Prof. M. M. Scott.
His Majesty wore a military uni
form with the Order of Rising Sun
on his breast. His Majesty's Min
isters, wore full dress, and each dis
played various decorations.
On arrival at the wharf, the Royal
party were received by an olllcer of
tho Tsukuba. They embarked in
the ship's barge, in the stern sheets
of which was spread an elaborate
mantle of the highest class of Japan
On approaching the vessel, the
yards were manned and a royal
salute was fired, and three rousing
cheers were given by the Japanese
His Majesty was received on
board by Captain Fukushima, and
Taro Ando, Esq., II. I. J. M.'s
Consul. After an exchange of cour
tesies, the men were put through a
course of drill, sending down top
gallant yards and masts, and
various other evolutions which
they performed with alacrity and
to the delight of His Majesty.
The Royal Hawaiian Band played
the national anthem on His Majesty's
arrival and departure.
The visit was of the most pleasant
character and the Japanese dis
played their usual urbinitj and
politeness to the King and his party.
Four Chinese were brought up on
remand, charged with having opium
in possession, Ah Kec pleaded
guilty, and a nolle prosequi was
entered in the other three cases. Ah
Kee was fined $50 and sentenced to
imprisonment at hard labor for 20
David Kaliipio was remanded on
a charge of assault and battery, and
Francisco Freyas was also remanded
on a charge of disturbing the quiet
A young man of German and
native parentage, named August
Herring, has opened an engraving
establishment in a little shop on
Fort street, nearly opposite the
Pantheon Stables. He lias in var
ious stages of embellishment man'
cocoanut ornaments engraved in
rare artistic style. One cup bears
a very presentable likeness of the
American Minister, Mr. Merrill,
also representations of the United
States arms and of the King's house
at Kona, besides a cocoanut grove.
Another not so far advanced under
the graver lias a portrait of Mrs.
Merrill, recognizable at first sight,
very finely engraved. A third shows
pictures of Emperor William of
Germany. King Kalakaua, Cook's
monument, and a sea view at Kona.
An egg shaped nut-shell has His
Majesty and Cook's monument. A
large round shell has engravings of
Kamchamcha, from the statue;
Kamehamcha in u spear-catching
bout; Waiakea Bay, Hawaii; and
the hula dance. The artist lias
made some elegant vases for Queen
Kapiolani, also cocoanut wine cups
chased with grape vines and clus
ters. "What is very remarkable is
that Herring has acquired all this
skill without a teacher. Ho certainly
has claims to a share in the appro
priation for educating Hawaiian
THE RELIEF EXPEDITION.
II. B. M.'s Consulatk-Gekekai., )
Honolulu, Sept. 18, 1880. j
Sin: Although it is contrary to
my practice to send contributions to
nowspapcrs, I must on this occasion
deviate from it.
No mention having been made in
the various accounts of the "relief
expedition, " of Mr. Henry Swanzy,
of the firm of Then. II.' Davies &
Co., who during the absence of Mr.
(Acting) Vice-Consul Walker, has
acted as my "first lieutenant," I
wish to correct this unintentional
omission by publicly testifying to
the valuable services rendered by
that gentleman, and to the zeal and
ability displayed by him in carrying
out all the details connected with
tho charter" and dcspatcli of p. vessel
for tho rescue of our wrecked coun
trymen on. Ocean Island.
Thanking you for your courtesy
in giving this letter u place in your
columns. I am, sir, your obedient
Jamks II. wouKiioimi:.
Riversido is holding a Grape Fair,
which commenced on the lbt of
Sir Honry Thompson, an emltunt
English physician, thinks that more
than half tho diseases which embit
ter life are dilu to cnors in diet,
and that the mischief done in the
form of shortened life is greater
from indiscriminate eating than
from the use of alcoholic drink.
An over-supply of nutrition, which
must no somewhere, niod lives live
diseases, gout, rheumatism and
various other disorders. To eat too
much is a blunder, and to wash
down nutiitlous food with nutritious
drink is onu of the greatest dietary
indiscretions that can lie indulged,
especially for persons of sedentary
Among the hard-worked pupils of
the Paris public schools the teeth
become deteriorated in a few weeks
after entry. The second dentition
is often premature. These observa
tions confirm the statements of Dr.
J. L. Williams, who has given great
attention to this subject. 'He has
shown that any mental strain shows
itself upon the teeth in a short time,
both increased decay as well as in
cicased sensibility of the dentine.
Dr. 1). M. Parker has reported that
these same changes are always
apparent in men who are training for
An interesting experiment, show
ing the influence of electricity on
the growth of roots, has been made
in Germany by Pi of. Hodefieiss.
Plates of copper were thrust upright
into the earth and connected by
wiru with similarly placed zinc
plates, about one hundred feet dis
tant, an electric battery being thus
formed with tho earth between such
copper and zinc in the circuit. Both
potatoes and beets, planted between
such plates, gave an increased yield
beets 15 per cent, potatoes 25
per cent as compared with other
parts of the same field.
Further experiments have been
made by M. M. Fol and Sarasin to
determine the depth to which light
penetrates the water of lakes and
seas. Their method of observing
consisted in placing gelatino-bromide
photographic plates at different
depths under the water, the plates
being lowered by a hounding lead,
and protected from the action of
the sea water by a varnish. Experi
ments were made about 1,1)00 to
1,100 meter off the Cape of Mount
Boron, at Villefranche, in the Gulf
of Nice, and in the water about 550
meters deep. During April the
limit of penetration of the daylight
about mid-day during fine weather
was found to be about 100 meters,
an observation which confirms the
previous conclusions of the authors
as given in our columns. Other
observations showed that there is a
penetration of 300 meters all the
time the sun is above the horizon,
and of 350 meters during eight
hours of the day. According to
experiments of Btinsen and Rosco
the active intensity of blue sky on
April 21st, at Vienna was 33 at 8:30
A. M., 38 at noon and 14 at C P.
M., while that of the skv and sun
together was 75 at 8:30 A. M., 133
at noon and 15 at tt, P. M. En
gincerinij. Diphtheria has appeared among
the Indian children around Tuscar
The educational institutions in
California are better attended this
j'ear than last.
The cheese factory of John Payne
at Cove, Union county, Or., was'
destroyed by fire August 21th.
Riverside's raising crop will
reach 200,000 boxes.
Clam Chowder at
saloon this evening.
I'lIUK, ItlCH AND ONLY
FRESH ICE CREAM jtfj
i:vi:uy DAY AT
HORN'S Stciini Candy Factory and
U.ikury t Ico Cream Rooms. 27
Dlt. Fl.INT'ri HlIAICT JtKMHUY 18 a
Specific for till forum of Heart Dis
ease and nlhO for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Desciilive hook
with every bottle, ltenson Smith &
Co., Agents. !if4
Patko.vizk Homo Industry by buy
ing eigais of .1. W. Hinglny, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, where bo is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and pioniptly filled. Tho attention
of (IcalciH is i expect fully invited to
tho fact "no licenso is rcqtiired" lo
sell thehO cigars. Do not forgot the
iiiimu J. W. Hiflgley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street,
What everybody needs at the pre
sent hot spell is t-onu'tliing cool and
roficfching. There is nothing like
the siipeiior handmade lee Cieams,
Sherbets and Fitiit Ices served at tho
Elite Ice Cream l'arlois, 85 Hotel
sheet. Kcup our fancy cakes and
candies in mind. They can't be beat.
KAPIOLANI BATH HOUSE I
Kapiolani ilutli House!
If cleanliness is next to godliness,
go to tliu above named resort, near
the Marino ltuilwny, where you can
got the best appetizer in the world
fresh air and salt water bathing and
boating. Refreshments and cold
diiuku upstairs. 10
PlCTUJtE Frames and Cornices
Hindu to older, old Frames repaired,
legildod. etc. King Bros'. Art Storo,
Health fs Wealth! 1
I lot M N n H Hlai fte wJI ' U B II M III V I I YtMM&KiErS tjWett?t?3Si aHh
We are Fighting Opposition!
Selling at Cost I
S. COHN & CO.,
G and G5 Fort Street.
No connection with any corner, wo are just below.
S3F Lookout when tho TEMPLE of FASHION will
have one dixy in this month, where we will give Goods
away, 2ST0 PAY. 27
HERE WE COME
Willi u Pino
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS !
Which vc will sell fit the following
Boys' Suits from - $3.00 upwards.
Youths' " " t.00 "
Mens' " " - 9.00
Our Furnishing GoimIi ro nil Gunrnntrcl, nro ii Fine in Qunlity, and us Cheap
in Pncu us uny Iciilmatc lion c can :ifi'or! In sell In Honolulu.
Remember this Stock is New! Remember the Frices are low, and ear Goods
Wc cannot nflord lo give ira-li uway to draw customers lint will sell you some
thing which will gio snisfauiion and muko you call again ut
EGAR3 AND CO'S,
Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
'.JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OF
Custaniic Ming Gents' Finishing Goods,
HATS, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neckware.
by repented and special request, n small
Obtainable In tl
GHAS. ffUSTACE, GROCER,
King Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
IIAK HEOKIVED, PER AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked IHlibut, Hams I! (icon, Block (.'ndllMi, Kits and tinx Snl.
mon nellies, kegs butter, Cala Cheese, kegs Picklc, kegs l'ig Pork, Table Hu I.
sins, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Spicul liecf, boned Chicken, Luni h Tongues, Chip
ped Uecf, cat-es Oysteis, Hiudlnc, Sen Foam Crackers, Flour, llran, Wheat, Oatf,
White Cnbtlle Soap, (Inundated Sugar, Cube Sugnr, Powdered Sugar, Germeu,
Breakfast Germ, Choice Teas, French Peas, etc. AUo,
"Good Night" and Palace Brands Kerosene Oil.
All at Lowest market rales mid SntUfuctlon Giinrunleed. OT P. O. Box 172;
!!42 Telephone 110.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS.
Ill Fort Street,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Jusl to hand, per cleainer AuMralia Kegs Holland Herrings, keg Family Corned
Beef, kegs Family (.'arm d Pink, Kegi, Fmnlh Saurkniui, kegs Mixed l'lcklis,
ki'gs Cnsiid l)i lp kits E.Mri Choice Salmon Bellies, kit Extra Choice
Mackerel, fn'li Suiokid Halibut, fresh Smoked Salmon, fresh Hinok-d San.
Migc, fre-h SnioKcl Hi', f, Milliliter Starr ilams, Hm Dupee Hums, Jacob
Du'd's Hull'iilo Hams, C d Dried Figs, black ami white; Cila Cheoe. Oregon
Cream Cheese, Swb Ohcoc. San Sago Cheesi!, l'lnn Apple Cheese mid Ed am
Clieu(!, 211, Hocks Siiiiiv While Codfish, Clelly Lemons, fresh Pears, Bed
Cabbage'. 1T I'ariiiinliir iilleiitlnn is called to 11 nice nsportu ent nf the fani.
oil Holmes it Cuiitl'n Hls'-uils, Orahiuu Wafer., Onkcn Flakes. Sea Foam
Wiifui t, Midgets, (Hi grr Wafers and Water. These biscuits, and a full' line
of CiiiiuimI Oiiodt, and ilialn, nl-o ficMi Apples in boxes, 111 quantities to suit,
at lowest inaikei pi in. .New C'ulii Poiatpes ami Onions in line condition. IT
(Foimorly with Samuel Nott),
Importer mid Detilor in
STOVES, .CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OHOOKF.HY, GLARSWABE, HOUSE FUKNISHINO HAHDWABE,
AGATF I HON AND TINWAKE.
Agent HalFs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
&T Store formeily oci upied bv P. NOTT, opposite Sprcckels & Co.'a Bank.-g
wmmmw I Wl I ) Mil M HI III ) I Wl
TO THE FRONT 1
imolce of the lint t-t hand-made,
r. O. Box w.
Dr. E. C. Wmt's Khitb and Huajh Thkat
nt!T, n jrofirnntwd erx-clfio for Hyntorln, Dltzi
nom. Conrnlilon. FiU, Noironn Ncurnlitiu,
lleednchD. Nervous Prostration. nraiiorilijrtlinnM)
of alcohol or tobnoco. Wnkofiilnofn, Mental Do
pnwslon, Softening of tlio llmin. ttMtutlnB in in.
... v..uui wa. imuiuiiuiry u.mHi'BBnu nprrmnior
rheca, conned by over-oiertion of thn brain, Mf.
ubuso, or OTer-indulgenco. Knoli box contains
ono mon th treatment. S1.0O n box, or bK fooye
for $3.00, aont by mail prepaid on recirt of ptico.
WE GUARANTEE 8IX IIOXKH
Tucnro any case Witheachorderrcceivolbyun
for six boxes, accompanied with $5.00, wo will
sond tho purchaser oar written puamnten to re
fund tho money if the treatment does not effect
a euro. Guarantees issued only by
IIOLLI8TEU : CO.
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80 0m Wholesale nnd Itctall Agents.
St. Louis' College
Boarding and Day School
FOIt BOYS AT
The Course of Instruction embraces
all the branches nf a good Christian
and Commercial Education. A Special
Class has been formed this year for nil.
vanceu scnuiars. iaiin. urecK, f rencu
and German are optional.
For Day Scholars, r.Oc, 7.rc, 1, $1.50
The Boarding Depiitmrut consists of
two distinct classes of pupils.
Board nnd Tuition, 1st Class, per
Board and Tuition, 2nd das'-, per
Instrumental Miimu, per month.. -1
Vocal Mit'ic 1.V Drawing free 1 f charge.
Laundry Expenses, per month.... 'J
Medic il attendance forms extr.i
charge, alt-o, repairs of all kinds.
l!ook and Mationery at current raton.
Pajments must be made qtiartc-'y
(every 2K month-) and in advance.
Every Boarder must ho provided with
betl clothes, mattrasses, two night
gowns, several suits of coihlng for Sun
days and week das, six fchltls, six
pocket handkerchiefs, three pairs of
stockings, collars and ties, three pairs
of shoes all marked. Alto, toilet arti
cles, such as hair briish, tooth, nail and
shoe brushes, combs, soap and blacking.
For admission as Boarders certificates
of good moral character nnd of health
Uniforms will bo obligatory for
Boarders may spend the Hist Sitordny
of every month with their parents or
A quarteily report of the health, con
duct ami improvement of every boaidtr
will be sent to his parents or guardians.
The Sctlori commenrcs Ibis ear on
MONDAY, September 13, lfcSO. '
tST For further particulars apply to
20 Father Sylvester, S.S., C.C.
Having leaned the Service? of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
w e are prepared to execute nil
House or Sig-ii
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Fistiplates, Bolts & Spikes.
H. HACKFELD & Co.
Burnt OnljiutNot Dead !
Is now adjoining the rear of
Clins. Brewer & Co.'h Bos
ton Line of rackets.
ShippetB will pleiiMi take no.
lice that a llrst.clnss vestel
will be In thu burlh loading
for this nott in November, to
sail December 1t Orders should lev
here bystiamcrot October Ut lo hav
Another fli fit-class vessel w ill sail for
this port on or about the Ht day of
March. 1887, of which further nolle
will be given.
For particulars, apply to
O. HBEWEH & CO., AKentt. '
Honolulu, Auk SM, 1881. IB
Store for Itent, and Fix
tures for Sale.
THAT desirable Stoie now occupied
by (lie LADIES' BAZAAB, R8 Fort
Btreet. and all the Fixtures, Glass Cane.
An f. t l I.'... F.....1 .I....1.L.
enquire on the Premises,
wi w. ..p., . miiiici iinriiuiimrB.
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