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TIME TABLE FOR THE MAIL SERVICE
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OUTWARD TRIP f BOM lOXPQy.
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W H- Mayer awrxLa txitr Bunanaa. both auppoaed UU
v tLa ray bcr frava Saa Franeii hare nolWu beard from
p u tkr Ixae of rialDC t lrea. Tlie Lkute Itucoiery
Jft for Saa Fiaaica. 6et. 26th. and tLe Ualat&e rliip
JiiMialawLalla4 toe name day Ivracmlse. Of coarae we
iTe iia larHca egmiaarfiat De era to report.
pout or iitnoLUMJ.
Sept MB Uorrlt. lT.mleh.niil, from MotokaL
SLr eltM MarriU. (Vai. from LaluUaa.
3T bcar Natsie Merrill, Craue, from Lauaioa.
2S Scbr tftUna, PouUn. from Kohala. II .wall,
beair ACafflei. Eeynold.frojuxhuliil.
Uric Oavapd. f r tn a cmue.
J6 lura. K C VKyttie. dya from Bremeo.
Scaar LriuJike, MartLaat, from U iudtrard Pcrtl. as
Mtr ir.aje. Calaaaa, from Malifco.
Oct 1 Jsebr J'airy Qaeca. Beat, frum Kaibala.
AJB w&x JtMk W'naUey, lr fro m Q oaco XL
EdtrrseduU. Uacke. fur lUm. Manl,
hesr KeCastvehL MaUUit, far IlanalrL
Scfcr Matfoa, Cbrfellan. Uc Koiua and Walmea.
efcr PruM. Bca fur Kaa.
Srfcr AvBlamaaa, Mana. fjr ICtdiala, UawaH.
Am lri T W Locaa, lor Port Town-
Kekr ettIaMerrAl, Crane, fjr Labalna, Mast.
ST C b traiiu&c aLIp Jamcalarn, Coouuaoaer GUac, to
Am natbe THMorrJ, ismith, for Ttxt Townaend. our
2B br AMMOd, Caawia. fr Kuhata.
Siuup Un TaaAee, Ur MuloLaL
ct I Sear a Mai. Eeyneidf, tx KalmloU
bcatr eUle Merrtlt, Crane, for Labaiua. I
r UHaisa, I'oaaUera. for Kvliala, llan!!.
EtLr tVaiMle, Kalanaa, for Mallko.
Sav IJLellke. febn!rd, for Wladward Pu If.
vcssi;ls ix pout.
Am arhr C M Ward. Klnt
Aaa hk Clward Jum. J U'llrieo,
fetle J A falkialAarc Hnbuart, diecuarcinc.
Am barfc 1 C SI OTTay. YuBtr. diacbarclnff.
Xaw fcrfc Mattie Maeleay, Tope, dlcb';lng.
Aa trie Onward. Bdrtirr.
IK K C WylBe. dierharjlac.
Aaa adiT Jtaerc WoollrUfor Oouo laland.
r Nettle Herri", Sent SS Mn Klaney,
Capt UarHxm.Capt Cbae Dodolt, air Maipby and 5 deck.
For Saa Par II IT Almy, SeptSJ C King, G
TVum Bnwea Ter tk K 0 Wyll.a. Sept 30541 pare dry
tuaa. M$ pE croeenea, Cti pace hardware, J6 ptjl
jriuate aad ofta. It? pkra oockery and giauvrare, 1037 pk&
Ha aad fcijotca, EX fkp abeet and bar Iron, C7 ptfi fire of
arm ad amaacalUoa. 4 pkra draft aod medidDee. a pke
etataayy. 31 ca,ra palaUniri. 37 ptga peraooal effecta, IS
kx mavAral lartraaaeaU, IG lead. 10 ca toys, 11a balei
M4ar, 4 Bdk piplaa: 43 baa clay plpee, i pkf aainplel, 200
In 111 tesoe wire, ) badla Iron bocleU and tub. SO CI tin
taaui. tali fcallewwarr. 3i ca aaddtery. t pkgi jtllow
aaexal, IScsfiarBltBrw. 100 neata tauleta, fia emty barrel!
3 fcfcU tar. 1 ca jewelry. 40 balea cordafe, 1M bbU cemeut.
314 ptc S7earal mercnanwlaf , It
T In tbla Cilr Sent 3U. by the Pjr,
Fataer Hencaaa, Mr Pedro de Acoita to atra Anna Zatlao.
Tlie JVccIdettt on the " LIUellltc.
Ox BoiCD Steiker LlCELtlE,
tVedsetday, September 26.
Sear Gaxctte, This venel. which Uft
en Monday afurnoon of last week, hal a pass-
aja of boors to Lataina, Isitead of ehht
er ten bosrs as has been eoitomary. The canto of
the Uer paatare ii this : Ibout 7 o'clock cf the day
iha left port, same delect was found in the working
ef tie enclae, which repaired it to be stopped in order
to discover aid remove the causa. It was thought
j the eirtnaere to b in the air pump, which was
takes apart, with the pipes aad pipes connecting it
with the machinery. This required considerable
time, as it became neeetiary to cool down, and con.
scmeJ the beat part of the following day iTueiday),
darirr; the evening of which, at f :30. the engine was
rain set is motion, and has worked well since.
Daring the St hoars that the engine was at rest, the
aatU were set. bat tie vessel did not make auch progress,
cwing to the propeller having to be dragged
tirocrh the water.
There was some difference of opinion among the
passengers as to the best course to purine whether
to retnrn to Honolulu, or ti endeavor to meoi the
fecit at sea. The captain and engineers had decided
it was best not to return, aad supposed that the causo
ef lb Stoppage, coal J be discovered aad removed in
as koer or two. ForUoately, daring the evening of
ti, second day out. the trouble was found to be in
tlie sewer reive cf th whieh for some
di not do its duty. Once discovered, the cause
was the res started again and the engine
worked like a ehara, A compound engine, such as
this steamer is provided with, it a complicated piece
of machinery, aad cees great care as well ar thorough
and frequent ererhanUng. When it receives
ch attention ax it needs, it will last for jean, but
If rerworkel It will, like a man or beast, soon give
out. The late ehief engineer, speakine, of the
said it was ran that an engine of her upaeity
was worked so Lard as hers had been, and it was a
wander that it bad served th public so well. Nearly
is rest of several
every sea-going steamer given a
stays or when she return! to port, but the Kills
seldom obtained over a day or two re it. The
engine of ibis boat ought to have at least two days
-rest each week.
Tie engineers of the Likelike, Messrs. Tucker and
Macgregor, deserve special credit for having mastered
the dilemma In which they ware placed by the
seddea steppage of the engine on Monday evening,
without having had to retnrn to port. Hampered
with the atcata, beat, and confusion encountered at
p.. they persevered till the cause was discovered,
and with, no assistance but the ordinary tools pro-Tided
oa beard, they set the disabled part in perfect
Beyond this unimportant trouble nothing cfnoto has
ocearreJ during the voyage, and all her passengers
ezsress increased eonSdcnee and ssliafsctlon both in
the boat and her ofBeers, and cheerfully commend
her aod them toThe traveling pahlie as in every
rorthy ef Ueix patronage. n. xw.
kotes or xm: aveek.
X3 Jnst before the steamer's sailing last night,
an express carriage containing Mrs. Geo. Beckley
a little boy, went over the wharf Into tbe water.
are glad to say the occupants were retencd.
only damage done to the express was the
breaking or the shafts.
We hare a commnnlcatlon in answer to that
" 8anctnary," in the last number ot the Adver-titer,
which we are nnsble to find room for this
on account of Us length. Wc shall endeavor
publish It in our next.
nP frifcjimBKP mtB
5Wc are requested to call attention to the
that a meeting of the stockholders of the Hawaiian
Telegraph Co. will be held In the Court
House st Walluku, Maul, on the evening of Wednesday.
October the 10th. All persons feeling au Interest
In the enterprltc arc Invited to be present.
The Right Mas is the Right Place. We
would nominate Capt. Andrew Fuller, so long the
popular commanuer of the birk D. C. Murray, as
commander of the Intermediate stcauithlp
promWed by the Pacific Mall S. S. Company. The
Hawaiian traveling community will indorse this
nomination to a man, woman or child. Perhaps
movement can be made to bring about the
Steamer Likeuke. Owing to the delay caused
the accident to her machinery, the LIkelIke did
retnrn to Honolulu until a late hour ou Sunday
afternoon and was unable therefore to leave at her
regular time on Monday. She lc!t ou Tuesday afternoon
Instead, for flllo and intermediate ports,
making her first trip under her new commander,
P. P. Shepherd.
Large Arrival or Fcrmtcre. Wc learn that of
E P. Adams has received from San Francisco
by the " Discovery" a large invoice of furniture
comprising bed room and parlor sets, bookcases, a
chairs, rockers Ac. This, which Is probably
the largest and best assortment of furniture tbe
which ever arrived here in one lot, will be offered
sale in a short time. of
OF AS OLD Lamwaek. Dnricg is
past neck the work ofdemolltbn has been
going on steadily at the old "corner" opposite our
office. To many old residents doubtless, the disappearance
of the old familiar building will seem almost
like the loss of a friend. But these are days
progress and neither old " corners'' nor old associations
can be allowed to stand in the way of to
tafAny person who will procure and forward
cither to this office or to M. T. Ballleu a dried
specimen of the Bcgoniacle known as JliUtlrandta
JlatealitmU tad iudlgenons to the Hawaiian Islands,
confer a great favor on M. Ballieu and on Mr.
Jnles Bemy for whom It Is wanted. Mr. Kcmy is a
French naturalist whom many of our countryman
remember and the specimen is wanted to replace
ooe w bleu he has unfortunately lost. of
Boat Bace. The expected race between the
Custom House boat and Governor Domlnls' gig
Llliu came off according to announcement on Saturday
afternoon last, Mr. Jas. W. Robertson acted
captain of the Custom House boat and Mr. F.
Wundenbergas captain of the Lillu. The start was
made a little alter five o'clock, and the race was a
won by the Llliu, which came in about six lengths
ahead. The course was from the wharf to and
around the spar buoy just outside the reef and return
to the place of starting; the distance being
estimslcd at about a mile and a half.
Bev. D. 8. Dodge who arrived here by the last
steamer from San Francisco aud whom many of
readers have doubtless, ere this, met socially,
nreached lastSundav inoralni: in the Bethel and on
Sunday evening addressed a large congregation at
Fort Street Church, on the condition of affairs in
Syria and the present state of the mission work in
that country. Mr. Dodge, who it will be remembered
is a Professor in Beirut Collcce, speaks rapidly
and with considerable apimstton, and in the
course of about an hour Imparted to his bearers a
large amount of interesting Information.
Meetings In the Test. We are glad to learn
that with the return of the moonlight nights. It Is
the intention of the Young Men's Christian Association
to resume the meetings in the cirens tent
the Esplanade. We deem it a simple net of
justice to Mr, Derby, to say tbst he mskes no
chsrge whatever to the Young Men's Association
for the use of bis tent. Such acts of courtesy nnd
liberality on the part of gentlemen in Mr. Derby's
line of business are by no means rare, and we
are sorry to say they do not always receive from
the more strait-laced 6ort of people, the appreciation
and recognition they deserve.
Fire. The tap of the fire-bell, always a sound
terror to the inhabitants of Honolulu, startled
our citizens about 8 o'clock on Saturday evening.
Hastening into the streets they were soon relieved
by finding that the fire appeared to be at some distance
out on the plains, Instead of iu the thickly
settled psrt ol onr combustible town. In dne time
was discovered thst the conflagration, which for
half an hour or more gave forth an exceedingly
brilliant light, was on the premises of Judge
Cully, on the road to Walkiki. Tno barns with
nearly all their contents, including a new carriage,
bay. harness, etc., were totally destroyed. Judge
McCullv informs us thst the firu was undoubtedly
the work of an incendiary, and that bis loss will
bo between fifteen hundred and two thousand dollars,
on which there is no insurance.
A Scare. The arrival or theScbr Nettle Merrill
at Honolulu on Wednesday last with the intelli
gence that the Llkellkc, which was due at Lahalna
early Tuesday morning bad not been seen or heard
from at that point up to 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon
was the means of throwing the people of Honolulu
into a llvelf state of excitement which It mnst be
confessed was not unmixed with a considerable degree
of anxiety as to the safety of the missing steamer
The prompt action of the government In chartering
the Nettie Merrill was the means however of relieving
the minds of onr people sooner than would
otherwise haTO been done. Te Nettie Merrill was
able to ascertain that the detention to the Likeliko
was caused by a slight mishap to her machinery
aud to return to Honolulu with the welcome intelligence
on Thursday evening. In another column
will be found a letter from Hon. H. M Whitney
who was ou board the Likelike at the time of the
Mr. Philip Phillips, well known to the
hymn singing public, not only lu America but the
world over, has recently issued a book of hymns
and tunes under the name of the Colonial Singer,
a supply of which will be received by Mr. Whitney
by the next steamer and offered for sale to the public
Mr. Phillips' aim In compiling this little book
has been to combine in ooe small volume the most
popular of recent hymns with the established favor
ites which time and association have conspired to
make classics. The large number of hymns and
tunes w$ilch bave come into popular favor of
late under the names of " Revival Hymns, "Gospel
Songs," etc., though good and useful In their way
can never permanently replace the old standard
hymns of the Church, Still they are entitled to a
place in any collection pretending to represent the
present stale or sacred song and we therefore welcome
with pleasure the attempt on the part or
,.ior,t hsnfl Id combine the two elements
In one handy volume which can easily be carried In
the coat pocket.
The March of CiviuzatIOS. We have been
to congratulate ourselves heretofore
on the security of life and property in this king
dom and oa the rarity among us ot tne graver
or crime The occurrences which took
place last week iu Honolulu alone, within the
abort space of less tbso thirty-six hours, were
however well calculated to moderate somewhat
our conceit In this regard and to set us seriously
to thinking. On Fridsy morning a msn
was hung for murder; on Saturday an old and well
known resident or this Island made an sssault with
a loaded revolver on another equally well known
and either attempted or threatened to take bis
life; a little later iu the afternoon the same parties
bad a tough and tumble fight, down town,
in which the hero of the revolver Is said to-have
been bodly pummelled and last hnt not least
about seven o'clock iu the ereulug the bsrns of a
inctii nr?!i. Hotircme i;ourt were urea or au
cendlary and were, with their contests, totally de
stroyed, at a loss or not far from two tnousana
dollars. We hope this kind or Ihlnr U not to
GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS.
The condition of the Pope's health is not as good
as it has been for some time past, his lnngs being
A dlipatth from Alexandria announces that the
caisson containing Cleopatra's needle for London is
afloat in deep water.
' Ex-Minister Washbnrne has left Paris on his return
to the United States.
The Queen of Madagascar has proclaimed the absolute
freedom of all Livingston's slaves, new or
The Emperor and Empress of Brasil bave failed
from Lubon for ltio de Janeiro.
London, September 11th Una Hawthorne, daughter
of the American noveliit, died at Clewet on Mon-day.
Floods In .Scollntul and Wnlca.
Rain has fallen in torrents all over the north of
Scotland almost without intermijiion since last night.
The" harveit reports from all quarters are molt desponding
The flood! hare caused great damage In
Had to coualder the ExiKtrt otBuIIIon.
The Times, commenting on the change in bank
rates, independently uf tbe puiiikle future withdrawal
of Gold by the German government, lays the
bank had to couiider mure what is likely to be the
expott of bullion to America in the future than what
actually been reot.
Depressed Cotton Trade.
Owing to the depreiilon in the cotton trade Nuneaton
cotton mill, which employs over 00 operatives
will be doted.
l'roeecutlon of 31. Manabctta.
Pari, Aug. 23. The Publie Prosecutor yesterday
iisued a summons whieh wilt be served vn Gambetta.
Witnefes will be heard by the magistrate charged
with the preliminary examination. Relative to the
Oambetta trial tbe Francaia anerts that tbe charge
hatred and contempt of government has ben
abandoned. An insult to Ministers is publiihable
with from five days to one year's Imprisonment and
fine of 25 to 2,000 francs. An insult to the President,
with one month to three years' imprisonment
and a fine of from 100 to 5,000 francs. Attacks on
President's constitutional rights and authority,
three months to rite years imprisonment aod a fine
from 300 to 0,000 francs. Threo other prosecutions
are instituted ; Chardon, Senator from Sorarie,
charged with making a political speech at an illegal
meeting, and Pnilhpe and Durand, ex-Deputies,
charged with making sensational speeches in the
Council General of Rhone.
The Moniteur explains that the Lille banquet having
been private, tbe ofienee cocsista not ia the delivery
bat in the publication of the speeches of but
Tbe latter can only be prosecuted as accessory Is
the publication, and but for this circumstance proceedings
would not have been taken against any of
Paris, September 11th. GambetLiandMurat, publishers
of the Republique Fraccaiso, were to have
appeared this morning before the Paris Chamber of
Correctional Police, to answer respectively for delivering,
and publishing the former's Lille speech.
Neither, however, responded. Gumbetta's counsel
lodged a petition for an adjournment for one week.
An entry or default was thereupon made against In
Gambetta and Murat, and Gambetta was condemned
default to three months imprisonment and a fine
two thousand rrancs. The public were excluded
from the Palace of Justice, where tbe Tribunal was
Tbe judgment againit Gambetta is based upon his
and Mural's admission before tbe Judge
that the speech was published by Gambetta's
order. Tbe judgment points in detail to the culpability to
often passages in the speech, and particularly
"submit to the decision of the Nation or resign," was
threat constituting an attack on the loyalty, honor,
dignity, and consequently on the person, of the
President of tbe Republic. The judgment will be of
communicated to Gambetta this erening, as an appeal
will he taken, which will be heard on September he
Tbe sentence against Gambetta and Murat concludes
as follows : 'It is ordered that the judgment
shall be executed immediately, notwithstanding
opposition or appeal." Accoriinc, however, to the
French Code, the provisional execution applies to
the finh, aod Gambetta is, therefore, not liablo to
immediate imprisonment. Gambetta's object in
allowing judgment is to appeal until after tbe elections
, when bis privilege as a Deputy will protect
him from arrest, and, according to present opinion,
lead to his liberation, should he bave been imprisoned.
Funeral or 31. Tillers.
Paris, September 8th. Deputations from many
proriocial tuwns bave arrived, and others are expected
to witness the funeral or Thiers. A large
nnmber ot people are expected from tbe provinces ,
and many English visitors are here with the samo
object. A great crowd has already collected outside
tbe late reiidence of Thiers. The attitude of the
Archbishop of Paris has provoked much remark.
Paul Remniat, in behalf of Thiers' family, waited
on biin for permission to have the services at tbe
Madeleine instead or tbe parish church of Notre
Dame de Lorette. The Madeleine, with its surroundings,
was the only sput spacious enough for the
thousands who will follow the procession. Archbishop
Guibert declared his readiness to officiate at
the Invalides or Madeleine had it been a State funeral,
but refused to ssnetion the change of pariih ror
an unofficial burial. Tbe police hare taken great
precaution, and tbe head of the Department bat
given the strictest injunctions to his subordinates to
prevent excess of teal, endangering the general tranquility.
At 9:35 the police cleared the Place of St. Georges
and the streets adjacent to the church. Tbe cortege
left the Place at noon in the following order :
Bearers of orders and decorations worn by the deceased.
Senators, ex-Deputies, members of the
Academy, Council-General of the Seine, deputations
iroa various councils, uenerai ana Municipal councils,
deputations from Arscine, and other deputations
and invited friends of tue deceased. The open
hearse, drawn by six horses, on which the coffin
rested, was covered with palm branches, wreaths
of flowers, immortelles and tri-colored bows and
rosettes. The whole route was lined by an immense
number of people, notwithstanding the rain. Tbe
shops are closed, and display on their shutlers placards
bearing the words : "National mourning."
Perfect tranquility prevails.
Madame Thiers was accompanied bf M'lle D6nne
at the funeral service in the Church of Notre Dame
de Lorette. Gambetta was cheered as he left the
ohucrh after tbe ceremony. A deputation from Bel-fort
was the only one in the procession which carried
At 2 o'clock the cortege arrived at the Boulevards
proceeded by a squadron of mounted gens d'armes.
The crowd everywhere respectfully uncovered as the
coffin passed. Some shouts of Vive La Itepubiique
were raised at the top of the Boulevard Mont-Martre.
Paris, September 8th. 6 JO r. . The city has
assumed its wonted appearance. Everything passed
off quietly, and without political manifestations.
The speeches in the ceoietery were remarkable for
their moderation. tirery, ex-President of the
Chamber of Deputies, first recapitulated the de
ceased' political career, particularly dwelling upon
the great and patriotic sacrifice he had made by
renouncing his earlier munarcbial convictions in
favor of the Republic. Admiral Pothuatu, and Sacy
and Vitry then variously eologized his splendid administrative,
literary and oratorical talents. Jules
Simon, who made the principal oration, said the first
fceliog after so great a loss wss one of discouragement,
but Thiers had taught thttu by the example of
his life never to despair and never to draw back.
Patriotism shines from throughout Thiers' books and
tbe history of his life. Re served a King, but cnly
on condition that the King himself was a faithful
servant of the Constitution. Simon concludes his
oration as follows: "Adieu, in the name of the country,
to the historian of the Revolution, to the champion
of liberty, to tbe liberator of the territory, and
to the first President of the French Republic." Gambetta
left the cemetery before the speeches were pro
nounced. At the conclusion of the ceremonies tbo
crowd dispersed in perfect tranquility. The fuaeral
was very imposing. All the Diplomatic Corps were
present, including Edward F. Noyes, United States
Minister, and Eliha B.lTasbburae.
Slonnment to Tillers.
Paris, September 11th. A subscription has been
opened in Paris lor a monument to Thiers.
Paris, September 11th. The police this erening
seised five of the principal Republican papers, including
Le Temps, La France, an 1 Le Bien Public.
It is believed the seitare is made in consequence or
th.' publication or a report or a trial or ror violent
articles. Le Pays, a Bonapartist organ, was also
seised. The leisure, however, was only maintained
as regards Le Bien Public.
Fire at Dieppe.
Paris, September 11th. A fire is reported raging
at Dieppe, ana already one quarter of the town has
been demolished. Loss, 55,000.
A Telegrapli In Cnluu,
The first telegraph line proper in China is now in
DK. F. B. HIJTCUINSOS,
PHYSICIAN AND SDEQE0N.
Office at Drug Etore, corner of Fort and Merchant Streets,
Besldence, Nnnanu Avenue, bear School surer.
Office hours, 9 It a. as.
G. SEUELIXEIY ic CO.,
TIHBKITHS AND PLTJMBESS,
No. 5 Xanana Street,
Keep constantly on hand a fall assortment of Tin, Sheet
Iron, and Copperware,
fJalYd Iron and Lead Pipe, India Rubber Esse, fte
London, Tuesday, September 11. A correspondent
at Vienna ssys: It is not what occurs In front
so much as what occurs in the rear of Plevna which
will give to the fight there its significance. The
movements ol two Roumsnlsn divisions from the
north and of a eolume or the Lovaltx army from the
sooth leave no doubt that the Russlsns, whatever
msy be the success of such plan, are preparing a
Sedan for Osinan Pasha, and he will probably bave
to trnst to bis own resources to extricate himself.
The operations of Mehemct All and Suleiman Pasha
arc probably too far off to be or use to blm.
Athens, September 10. The Council hi Ministers
daring the last few days hsva been discussing the
Russian Cabinet's proposals for common action
Tor insuring protection of Christians in Turkey,
utid it may now be considered certain thst a definite
agreement has been arrived at between Greece and
Tbe Times military correspondent at Bucharest
says: For the mutncnt thu interest concentrates
Itself again on Plevna where Osinan Pssha is strongly
reinforced by men from Suleiman Pasha and guns
from Widdin. He is now credited with 200 aud
ought to make a gftod defense, but if defeated the
Turkish loss will be Irreparable In tbe face or tbe
immensely superior Russian cavalry. Osmsn Pasha's
defeat wonld, moreover, immediately give the
Russians force enough, even without the coming
guard, to push again over the Balkans.
New York, August 28th. A special
ssys: Tlie truth must be stated abubt one feature
ol the Turkish attack. I stood for au hour in tbe
hospital this afternoon and saw three explosile
bullets cut out or as many wounded Russian bodies.
These Infernsl missiles had in these instances failed
to explode, but are so charged as to literally blow
a man to pieces." A geneial order has been issued
to examine the dead and ascertain if the use of explosive
missiles was universal. The inuiderers of
poor defenseless girls and children cannot be expected
to dual with their foes on the field or battle
according-to the usages of modern warfare.
London, September 8lh. Accounts of the fighting
at Lovatz, sent from Bucuarest by some correspondent,
turns xmt to he pure fiction. The Russian
success is not of such proportions as first represented.
Lovaitz Is an open ton n in the valley, important
chiefly as covering the roads to Trijiu and
Selvl. The use the Russians will be able to make
of the position intJst depend on their drltlng back
tbe Turks on the northwest or Lovatz. Tbe capture
or Lovatz must be regarded rather as part'of
au important system of operations than an Independent
achievement. Perhaps the Russians are trying A
to finish with Ostnan Pasha before it becomes indispensable
to meet Mi.hcmet AU Pasha's advance.
It seems, beyond doubt, that the Czarowitch and
his army have been greatly weakened, and that, alter
several important successes. Mehcinet All now
threatens the lines of communication with Tirnova
while Achmet Eyoub Pasha, operating from
threatens not only the new bridge at Pyrgos,
even the Sistova crossing. Every preparation
making, and every nerve is strained, to bring
complete destruction to tbe Turkish army at Plevna.
A Constantinople despatch says that Lovalz was
attacked by forty thousand Russians. It was gallantly
defended by tight Turkish battalions. They
were forced to tivc way before superior numbers.
They retreated in good order, taking with them the
Mussulman inhabitants. The despatch adds that
Osinan Pasha had left Plevna with 23 battalions to
A London special says: The carnival of murder
Bulgaria, in which the two frcuzled mobs for
months have been massacring each other, has been
relieved by two practical and strategical movements
of a masterly character. One Is, the sudden
and siiccessfuropcratlon against Lovalz, and
such disposition of the Roumanian aud Russian
troops as prevenled Osmsn Pasha from moling to
relieve his right flank. The other is the rapid and
wholly unlooked for movements of Mehemct AU
tbe left of tbe Rus6lsn position, whereby he
commands Ihe Russians bridge at Pyrgos, and
menaces that at Sistova. If Mehemet AU have accomplished
all that he Is credited with, tbe Russians,
as a whole, arc no better situated than before.
The location of Suleiman is still a matter
speculation. Rumors place him at several
points, but the must reliable seem ro indicate that
is between Kaleytha and Lovatz, moving north.
is asserted that Mehemet is pushing west, upon
Biela, while a heavy force Is feeling its way, cautiously,
toward Sistova, and covering the movement
xarsrsxcxAiv A3vx sTjxtaiioig'
Office at Mr. 8trebz's Drug Store, ccrner Fort and Hotel
Etreeta, Honolulu. GOl Sin
F. A. SOHAEFIIK &. CO..
Importers &. Commission Merchants
0061 1 Uouolulu, Uawaliau Islands
OFFER FOB SALE
ENGLAND, FRANCE AND GERMANY!
Ier DR.. O. T5rrHiIE
.sSl Full ont
Cottons, Linens and Woolens,
OF EVERY DESCRiraON.
Prints, Denims and Mcrinocs.
WATEUPKOOFS. DRILLS ,
IaftWns, Cambrics Moleskins,
ebeetiDga aod Bedspread...
Clothing, Hats, Shirts, Undershirts,
Blankets, Woolen, Cotton and rjnlon.
Broad Cloths, Tweeds,
Shawls, Umbrellas and larasols.
Hardware, Wrapping Paper,
aecaues, uarten, Bauuiery,
Artificial Flowers, DoHs,
Ribbons, FriUings, Braids,
Jeusharps, Brass and Seel.
Musical Instruments, Jewelry !
Freih French Petit Pols, Sardines, hf and qr tins,
Idushrooms. Prunes, Capers, Mustard,
Assorted French Fruits lu glass,
German Preserves in tin.
Gunpowder and Shot,
REVOLVERS AND AMJIUNITIOH.
Eair Oil, Pomatum,
Extracts. Tbilel Soap,
GENUINE EATI DE COLOGNE!
Basra and Baffrlu?,
r Briar ana Xecncbaum Bipcs,
Etc., Etc, Etc.,
At Lowest Market Prices!
tea- Orders from tne otlier Islands promptly attended
etslm ED. HOFFSCHLAECER t Co.
Just Arrived, Per Steamer.
FADING. BAIXAD,BTSAI.trE&MEAJOJr Scbottlacbe, Introducing tbe popular
"Ob, yea. we all wUI
Are Ilappy, Barnes; Mother, Hour and Cbortu, by
Little Eyelids, Wet with Weeplne;, Sons;.
Chimes of surer and Gold, for Piano, by Jean FaoL
Sbe'a Jnst a Sweel Bouquet. onj and Dance.
Wben be'a I'm Alone, boor, and Chorus, linsle
by Jas J. Daynea.
Don't make a NoUe.Bcbottbche.
Don't Tie to a Man yon Don't Know. Song and Chores,
boos; of the BrooV, by Jean Paul.
Fancbou folk a, by II. J. Widmer, Etc.. Etc., Etc
SC4 Foraateat n.M. WHtrXBVB.
YOUR OWN ADVANTAGE!!
8PARE ONE MOMENT AND READ THIS
CONSOLIDATED I At
Fine Stock of Dry Goods,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes. Etc., Etc.,
Just Imported per Stmr. Zealandia.
3T PLEASE LOOK AT THESE FIGURES,
Fine Casslmeres, 26 cts a yards,
Silks, $1.50 to $1.73 a yard,
Fine French, American and English Prints,
from 8 to 12 cts per yards.
Water-proofs, 75 cts to $1 per yard. 1
Linen Damasks, bleach and unbleacb, at 75 cts
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladles' Linen Dresses, 3 pieces, well trimmed,
A flue selected stock of Children's Dresses,
from $3 to $5 each.
Linen Damask Napkins, from 83 cents to $1
splendid Ass't. of Ladies' Shawls.
100 dozen Gent's and Boy's fine Whlto and
Colored Shirts, at greatly reduced prices,
And a great many other goods too numerous to
This Large Stock of Goods
Was selected by me In Ban Francisco,
Bought Cheap for Cash,
AND WILL BE
SOLD THE SAME!
A. W. PE1RCE & CO.,
pCUI.OA HALT. BRAND'S BOMB GUNS.
ByanUTs Bomb Ijiucc,
845 ly JPerry Dnvl' Pain Killer, Ac.
OIL, OIL, OIL !
Strained Sperm Oil,
Y THE CASK OR UAI.I.O.V, IN QUAUT
titles to suit, at Ihe lowest rales.
Polar and tValrns OH, Nlinrlc Oil,
Pnlut Oil. Kerosene Oil, Ac.
For Sale by
43 ly A. W. PEIRLE fc CO.
A Very Full Assortment
ALWAYS OA HAXD.
Also, Whale Boats and Boat Stock
And Wlialluff Gear.
FOR 8 ALE BY ly A. tV, PEIBCE & CO
Front, London, via Sydney. -
SELECT INVOICE OP SCOTCH
and Engllah Stationery and Books, Including
i: full qparto Cabinet Albums,
11 ditto ditto Scrap Albums,
12 superior tsterescopes, assorted,
t French Jewel Keleldescopes,
1 walnnt orapnoacope,
Caasell's Family Blblea, MO Illustrations, In various
Prayer Books.Testaments, and Pocket Bibles.
Heavy border Mourning Envelopes and Paper,
fosiage auunp aioums, iue ova. iiudmsucu, i
OUlotl'a Steel Peua.
The War, 2 vols.. Illustrated,
Caasell'a Wit and Hnmor, Illrulrated,
Casselfs World of Wonder, Illustrated,
Pictures of English Landscape, Illustrated,
Wllmott's Sacred Poetry, Illustrated.
Mackay's I'lOO 'Jema of Poetry,
100 vols, of Standard Novels.
Valentine's Housebook for Girls,
English Echoes of German Songs,
Hall's Book of Ballads,
And many others.
Also, Received from Hew York,
That Lass o Lowrles.
alias Beechers Housekeeper and Health-keeper
The Minister's Wooing.
A Flayer's Adventure on Sea and Laud.
Wells' Every Man His Own Lawyer.
Hsswell's Pocket Engineer's Book.
Ladlea' Fancy Work and Hoasehoiu Elegancies.
Brassy's Life and Labors, by Arthur Uelps,
Common Sense In the HonMhold.
Hold the Fort, beautifully Bloatrated.
In Doors and Ont. Adirondack Tales.
His Young Wife. Wychllaiel.
Heads and Tales. Sldonia.
Plymouth Collection, Hymns and Tunes,
Webster's Unabridged and Pocket Dictionaries.
Peep of Day Series. Line upon line, 4c
Tbe Heritage or Langdale.
The Wooing O't. Ralph Wilton's Weird.
Mark Twain's Scrap Book. Reading without Tears.
Bryant Jt Stratun's Book-keeping and Blanks.
A GREAT TABIETY OF
Papcterie Boxes and New StatieHery,
Just ArrlTcd and
2 2m For Sale Iy II. X. WHlTJst:.
By E. 1. ADAMS.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON THURSDAY, - - SEPT. 27tlit
At O A.M., nt Snlearoous,
SSf For particulars see posters.
E. l. ADAMS, Attefr.
LARGE AUCTION SALE
JL'ST BECE1VED PKB
Bark Discovery and Late Arrivals.
ON TUESDAY, OCTOBEE 16th,
At 10 o'clock A. M..
No. 2 Mclntyre's New Store,
OS FORT STREET, I
WILL BE SOLD FOR CASH
AS ESTIRE INVOICE OF NEW
2 Complete Bedroom Sets,
With Bureaus, waaustand, chairs, etc.
Black Walnut marble top SUeboardi,
Z Ash Marole top Sideboards,
: Black Walnut Secretaries,
Black Walnut Rolling top OIBce Desk an elegant article,
1 case Oral Tta Poys, 1 Office Desk Tea Foys,
1 Fall Front Office Desk,
Three Parlor Organs,
(From the celebrated factory of O Wood k Co., Boston)
Theie are new One instruments In perfect order.
3 Black Walnut Extension Dining Tables,
1 Black Walnut Marble Top Centre Table,
3 BUck W alnut Fancy Top hide TaUes,
Black Walnut Wardrobes,
One New Patent Ladies' Parlor Chair,
4casei(l doa each) best Wellington Cbalrs, case Bent
Qulncy Oak Cbalrs, i case Pioneer Wood Chairs, I cases
Splendid Wood Chairs.
FOUR PINK DltESS BCREAeTS, tilth glass.
Cane back Nursing Cbalrs
4 cases Astor Grecian Chairs,
3 cam Walnut Cane Back Rocklug Chairs, with arms A
1 case English Cottage Chairs, brace arms, panelled,
2 cases Oak Dining chairs, bent rim,
1 case Ladles' Dining Chairs.
2 Hartford Wavea Wire Spring Mattrasses,
CHILD H CAXOPYTOP CAHRIAUE,
1 CHILD'S BEGOT TOP CARRIAGE. A
All the above articles are new and In perfect order, aud
will be sold WITHOUT RESERVE In Iota to suit.
cr Goods can be Inspected at any time during the
week previous to sale.
fttTOrders from the other Islands faithfully attended to.
. P. ADAMS. Aucfr.
SALE OF VALUABLE
SUGAR & PASTURE LANDS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd,
At 13 o'clock Noon,
At Sales Room or K. P. Adams, Queen Street, Honolulu,
we shall Sell for CAS II. the
Aliupuaa of liomrapo,
ILI OF KAPUALEU
In the District of Kan, Hawaii,
These Lands are adjacent to each other, making one
About 2,200 Acres in extent!
Of which 1000 Acres, more or less,
JEtlola. Oane Xiaxtc3,
AND THE REST
GOOD GRAZING LAND.
Title, Land Commbuloa Award No. S.SSO n, Apana li.
There la a Lease upon these Lands expiring ou the 1st
Of January, 1879.
The upper part of this Tract lies la a rain belt, where
there Is sufficient moisture for cane growlog the year
For further particulars. Inquire ofB. B. DOLE, or K. P.
ADAMS. Chans at gales Room.
E. O. HALL.
J. MOTT SMITH,
O. B, DOLE,
Trustees of Lunalllo Eitate.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
For Salo by
E. O. HALL & SON.
JUST RECEIVED FROX
A Supply of these Pickets,
We take pleasure In offering them to tbe public as the
ORNAMENTAL AND DURABLE
And at the same time the cheapest material of which to
build a fence. A fence made or tbe above material can be
seen on Nuuanu Avenue, about half a mile from town.
It requires two pickets to a loot of fencing, aud they can
be pat up In a variety of waya.
For further particulars Inquire of
881 :m E. O. HALL k SOH.
WALTHAM WATCH CO.
Waltham Watches, Waltham Watches.
THESE WATCII17, ACIINO WEEIlOED
to be the
The most Reliable Time.keepers
In the WORLD, and surpassing all English, 8wt, and
French Watches, are to be had In Genuine 13 k. Gold, and
Sterling Silver Cases.
Every AVntcli Warranted to be a Perfect
Sole Agent for IT at I ham Watch Co.,
For the Hawaiian Islands.
Bar Trade anpplled most favorable terma.on eso m
BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTS
HAVE Islands, for the sale of the celebrated
MILLER, STREW AT & Co's
CROWN DRAND OF
BOURBON & RYE WHISKIES
Now the leading brand la Kentucky, United SUtt,
And which, for IU parity and sapertor aoalltr. ts hfzhlr
recommended fur medicinal use. We have now Undine
per Baric DtacoYerr.
A Small Invoice of these Whiskies,
'Which will be Offered at agents' Rat",
Extra Bourbon, In varnished ok casks andjapann'd hoops
Rye " i '
Bourbon In polished kegs and nickel plated hoops.
" Bourbon In 1 dozen bottle esses
" Rye to 1 dozeu bottle cases.
Each bottle bearing the Caution Label, and pot np
forOBEKN, MACVAULANfc .. WeUuur.
antee these Yt hlaklea to be the genuine ' Miller, Stewart
A. Ca'a Crown Brand," direct from the manufacturer!,
and In quality unsurpassed.
ORXEN, MACFARLANE A CO.,
cole Agents for Miller, Stewart A Co.,
eel 2m Louisville, Kentucky.
SAM'L G. WILDER,
Hawaiian Steamer LIKELIKE!
Sailing Days as per Schedule !
Unlets Otherwise Advertised.
TICKETS ONLY AT THE OFFICE
FREIGHT BILLS DUE ON DEMAND
imSH OFFICE WITH WILDER dc Co.
By C. 8. BAKTOW,
Hocxnx Salei ;
ON THURSDAY, : : : OCT. UTn,
At 10 o'clock A. Mf. wUI be Sold t
SELECTION OF DRY GOODS
Hosttry, Hals, Shoes,
Cigars, Tobsreo, Bsg or Sojsr.
TT H. 3N" I T XT 3Et 353 .
Crocker, Bope, Tea, Matches,
And a Varied Assortment of other Mertkmdis
C. S. BARTOW, Aset'r.
LARGE PISH NET
ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6th,
At It o'clock noon at Sales Room, wUI ba told,
Large Flying Fish Net.
a 8. BARTOW, Ancl'r.
One Rice Mill, n lee Halle,
One Rice Pollaaer.
New Can be worked by hand. Msy be seen at
Bales Boom of
C. S. BARTOW. Auetloaetr.
Tbe aTndenUsrned Bast
Just Received from San Francisco !
BT LATE ARRIVALS, A
Large and Handsome Assortment
Such as Frames, Velvet Cases, Union Cases. c
NEW STtLE OF PHOTOGRAPHS!
Printed in Porcelain,
Portraits in Alba. Plates,
Style never beore Introduced in Honolulu.
And also begs to aay that he la prepared to take l'hota.
graphs from Lockits, and produce a Picture 11x31. a alsa
which will be remembered by Honolulu people some years
ago, made by Mr. Weed.
Eiery faculty wilt be found at his Establishment
To take any and all kinds of Pictures.
Aided by the elements and the advantages of human Ingenuity
and enterprise. Give him a Call.
F AU SIZES, FROX 12 IXCHES Ti) 39
For We by U.XCISXBST.
Another Invoice of those justly celebrated'
Melbourne Preserved Meats!
Comprised In part as follows :
Ox and Sheep Tongues, equal to any Pate da Fol Oral,
Also, Cases of Boast Beer, Roast Mutton,
Boiled Mutton, Irish Stew, Uotch PoUh,
Trlpo (nlalal. Tripe and Onions, Ilarricot Mutton,
Ox Cheek and Vegetables, Spiced Beef.
Spiced Mutton, Rlsoles (seasoned), CoUard Head,
Rump bteak Stew, Beef a la Mode.
SOUPS. IH TWEBTY DIFFERENT VARIETIES.
Comprising Ox Tall, Mulligatawny, Julienne, Bcehe
da Mer, Mock Turtle, Kidney, Prince of Wales, Pate
d'ltalle, Mutton Broth, Oravy, Macaroni, Ac.
Ext ractum Car nisi
(Prepared according to the directions of Baron Liable.)
This extract of meat is superior to any that
has ever been offered in Honolulu,
These meals are prepared In vacuo, and are GUARANTEED
to remain PERFECTLY SWEET for aay
length of time, In any climate.
Just the Ihlnsr ftor IMenlcs, aad Pnrtlea Be-aiding-
oa the other Island.
Island Ordtrs respectfully solicited and 31!td at
prices to defy competition. v
Order the Melbourne Meat Preserving Co's Meats,
and yen can rely npon being to perfect
For sale by
FRIEL Jt BE8H.
ess It Fort Street.
Cotton and Hemp Suck.
f.(fksrk YARDS COTTOJT DUCK.
(Lawlence)Ko. 1 to 10, Just received,
ex Cortnga, and other arrlvala.
3,000 yds Woodbury Cotloa Duck, all numbers,
ifiVO yds Hemp Suck, Long Flax aad Merchant Navr,
Also, Cotton Ravens, Cotton aad flempTwiocAc., Ac
For Sale by Si J ly A. W. rELUCE CO.
Wire Rope, Wiro Seizing.
GOOD SUPPLY. For Sale by
. Mi 1 A. W. FEIBCE A CO.
Anchors and Chains.
PBOX 40 EW. TO 2300 LBS.
ANCHORS CHAINS, from 11 to 1 s-s tactxa.
For 8ale by SIS 1J A. W. FEICRB A CO.
Best Ash Oars,
A FCIX SCPPI.Y. 6 Feet to 33 feetloitsr.
jtX. For Sale by Mll A. W. PEUtCE & CO.
-d srkr. balbh CAXirenxiA hay. ex v.
M. II- MZTEB, of Superior Quality, for sal by
SSS 2t . w. rKiiu a iu.
Sandwich Island Stamps '
lu EXCHANGE tor BARE rsrelsse;
TAKEN per 100. list of Excelator tickets post frea
on application to Sidney Foreign Stamp Depot, Box Kb
a. P. P.. Bjdney, M, 8. W. 6M lm
sigEiaVtjOr a t i.
Elegant D'tfing art Ice Grem Rmrs,
Removed to Ho. 48 Hotel Street.
DNBBRSIGHEB BEOS Tt SftTTirY
THE customer and th pablle generally thai ba has
taken the ctmmorHnn pit mists directly oppoaita bis old
stand, formerly known aa tbe " Canton, Hotel," where h
ts prepared to carry on the business of
A First Class Restaurant.
flPEjr xskbat. iraK.
and wBJ sew the Choicest Viand and Kefreaa urate that
the market aAVrds, with perfect cteaannets ami ncataeea.
Single meals served at an hour of tbe day cr vstunsT.
.. ALWA?S OS HAND....
Iced Ginger Beer, SodaWater fcleawaaie
Tfonolulu, June id.lKI, -K BSS
Manila, and Hejmfi Ccriafe.
'tiriirk COsESkAJVIEA'ASB HBKP sS3B
J VFVP ace, a full assortment, alt alxc.
For Sale bp (SIS ITO A, V. PMBCE A I .
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