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'LATEST FOREICN NEWS,
k kr rcr: of PLSS. jtvfmlM in port
1 in, w btvr been supplied with
r dates auc raail to the 25th tilt,
O.SS Mrifv tsfeich amred on the
to tbeSftk cH, have been received.
it ytraaUia cwocrescd litcs of foreign
flufimlluc to the Lowoll Mu-
wwapaay, has 3ed to Cali-
Sim Yraaeisco Sex-
BaftM$aar. at his ova
crew w thrmteeed in Spam.
Laafe Kftaid the Irish registm-
5o batW reilroad on
CX. TOtMa three years.
cd iwn -riate the nonh'wst
tiw uresem Tear
have been rein
Omhi Tales-re:- office at
aiua-ied the bending
Seadav, Aug. 391b, in
Fatter itiotdan asooad-
of California will take
Baeeme has fioae to Carlsbad.
down from dyspepaa and drtpres-
doeftar has been called to
is btatzemsi lately.
ef Neufcimte?. Three
the vwrsty of rfeme and
i Sre by ligi-ttiirtf-.
the mf orator, eerlv in 1S2 sent
t to s&eet VVikb S. Forstcr.
tfckf SerTmwT iac iraktad, bet their courage
yeUov iTer, choierft, end
havoc in portions of
Hawaiian Gazette Supplement Sept. 5
Till IllH I Til Bin ii
Ijokdox. Amrust fK. A rallicirm
o'cloct this morning, off Eddvstono licht, in the
" vt mreu lijt: xxu.iii steamer of.
Germain, from Havre for Xev-- York, and the
steamer TfiKxHufi-n, from the East bv way of the 1
snar f?-al it. , t - ,t - -r- . . ,
-- xuc Kopra unmraimeiv sanK,
nnd eighteen of her crew were drowned. The
5. Gtrmoin vras disabled," but arrived nt Plv-
moninana lanaea the passengers saved from tho
The Kniehts Temnlir's
Cisco has ended, nnd on the 26th of August knights
irere retnrninR to their homes. The (De Molcy)
Kcatncky Goramandery iron the fist prize in the
Bimiuuoa unit, unnni; uie senson ot reunion
the corner stone of a monument to be erected in
memory of James Ahraro Garfield, xras lniil in
Golden Gate Park, the ceremonies attended by
Tho machine on vrhieh Terrv emisM thf Knn.
lish Channel is a trievcle. nn invention of his num.
and -which is so constructed as to bo capable of ;
ine irameworii ot a boat, xne boat is
12 feet long, and S feet 9 inches -cide, and 2 feet
deep, and is formed of a simple covering of tar-
pnuiiu. j.uc uHicr lunusuai .iin a piuroi
senile, all of which near he carries bv road
VlKXXl. Ancust 2G. The bodv of Count de
Charabord has been embalmed! The fninrJ
will be on September 1st.
London. Aumst 26ih. Deaths from cholem o-
Saturdav 120 in Upper Eypt. and JS in Lowt
Liseok. Anmst23. It is renorted that TTrnn
iT. Stanley has closed tho Upper Congo to com
1ft (8. 1lll
t Saxeat Hill. Mass Am? 14.
3Wia.Xga. Pteistd. TeaEyck,
ana Hauiiuoutt. to nrst-naniea
ksiMtiasthe peopie of
--. X. CAUTEC
s. t. cr-inix.
S. B. CftRTfB AND COMFY iiS
Faroit feo6t etoisc greet datnapi in Maiue.
OD tin m 8o kil-d infotmer Cgr&y. is to be
Xftoti, with his trja. had arrived
Sa 2vf York u Kansas cay, S. Y. MitebeOand
i m iron; lMssver. ijaoe and Mitchell
go tsta atssjve traininr for their
at new for tri-icc has been
Ttemt-g ISth to the Uth. to be
1 3St a&ues at aas aty or Otsaha.
Jv. X Aaast IT.th. K&nlan won the
I nee tnis afteraoon. three c-iles with
caw in 2a: ttoee iencrhs ahead, Hosmec second
Cftttoee S a. pood thmL Liee tmt.
ghee urtut of the VJS, rreasorr has received
ube. lb Collector of Casto-as at San
gaoeeraiag the importation of cattle
i Aft Tlratii, and asks rrfctrrrcuoos in regard to
quarantine tor tsetr acoonicioaa-
le GoiMcsor -was moracred so provide tic
- niUMBu tor tae ca-a aim spelter o: tne
i mt tbe expense of the owners.
as Ctjr. An. 3$. Herbert Slade. with his
. left uafapendenee to-day. and it is stated
bk to Atcaisan. Kan-qis, to arrange for the
; noae 3H-h This takes the case oat of
b of tbr Xisoftti aftthoritief.
A a 29. The staamer Maid of the
IfiA. -trneh has been boildmt: on the dek at
Saw-atftffttet k nwarfy completed, and will be
i toe smit()Mi rapns x&nrsdav. fep-
. s as esptsnmestt.
Atacsst 33d- A eorraspaadeat tele-
i foam HoBckoug that on the 17th instant
: -sas a-aoe by me rreot oaliHl -Uzocnc
aa the imciae of Sonttj. a ttrom; post seven
ntfln -mi Ha-Koi. The fnanch force was 2,000
smmtm.. and the toeax aiMsbered la,C00. The
jijjika -sas earned, hot f oend untenable, and a
acaaB of she troops returned to the river oovared
ig JIBft boat;, wfalie the ret went in the direction
of Sa-jCoa There ha-re been terrible floods,
; Mas at me in tsc vramtv ot ilx-Aoi.
. Assest 2Sd. One-third of the bnil-
Srabestec are in rmss. Twentv-focr
iniii an uuau. wii ei. menonea, owing to
xlMBr iraarfBi iststSaaon by the storm. The storm
-acta tftiutL Dodge and Aimstaad counties,
iin-a-r; drter oestrocrion than at first supposed.
The damiy in Bochester will reach fally sSl1003.
VThe-s. the stone street the Coiisregatioaal chcrch
Uam-STnr children had jost returned from the
jaaBc bat none were hart.
By the weeftt cydooe in Minnesota 035 hocses
wmt 4ea-MbBbed is the city of Rochester, 31 pej
twae XAed ad HO woaaded, a number fatallv.
Oawiiilaii kfttc been issaed for distribeiira
Hiiiiftjlawil the State asking aid for the destitute
OBKftoo. Aserosi 29th. Dr. L F. Tisdale of
HoMtc K Kopfsre; at the Tremont House with
he faanly. and &a the Doctor is largely interested
sb mx csdtttic. owning several plantations in the
Hwiftwi fctaads. a reporter called upon him to
ask shoot the ooadition of the traffic, and what
gtsms&z then vee for the charge that Chinese
itacmrt; were naxrtec iree o: mty via tlonolulc ?
tte Tf-aaV said : -There is absolutely nothing
akttese- It wodd be impossible to carry
(-bob a sabesse into execution, for besides the dinf
ccny iUinitiaf. the tninsfers of cargoes, the
Amencan Mrotnr and American. Consul at Hon-xd-i.
-saoald have to be broaght np. as well as the
faauai Hoas anthorities at San .Francisco and
1'ortlDsd. Oreeos. Another point is that our
crap etdy araocnis to about G1,000 tons,
is a mere drop in the sugar market. A
r ann im has best eat thre to inquire into the
vtiole t-aestios. 'VTat their report may be. I can
sot laxato. The present treaty was' for seven
-rar. and thee at the- expiration of one year from
it cod of the seventh it cotdd be closed by either
party. Tot seven years finished in September
dot ume. and there has bees a great erlort on
thie aecocnt to produce as large yield as possible,
ihjs Tears crop wilL therefore, reach 65,000 tons,
ia u will be the largest crofi ever msde before or
htregfujg. for ahhopgh old lands are being
rapidly xhaasted. Yon will find that the sugar
vKld of the Ha-aiian Islands will never surpass
"the postal ssres."
Facts. Aucast 25h. A telegram was received by
she Hiaister of Marine from Sagon to-day,
asaioBacsDg that the Preach bombarded and
caisred the fort and batteries at the mouth of
ihe He river, after a brilliant land attack. The
operstMos occ-rred on the 25th. 19th. and 23th.
V tea, hcadred namites -were killed during the
easBcec-et. The ccly causalities suffered by the
Frteefc were several men slightly wounded. The
Anamae Cocrt is greatly alarmed at the move
xaentsof She French.
Stearjeer i'y sflimm British u ilunro, which
arrrced s: Xew York, Awrusi 2th, from Liverpool,
mad the passsce from -Fcsnet to Firt Island in
days. S hours, sad 50 mfr.ates.
ThecassesOf Cocnt de Cnambord's death were
caaeer of thestomzch, ulcers and atrophy of the
k-Kmeys. tad derangement of the blood vessels,
Bv the fTr- of a scanold at the King of
Ba-raria's pahtce." Friday, at TjakeChiem, 23work
raer were kSled and seventeen injured.
Xjo-tocs, AtustSa. The Queen's speech pro-loj-aing
Fariisment, refers to the continuance of
har-aoniocs relations with foreign powers. The
adsBmstratrve organisation of Egypt, though re
tarded brthe outbreak of cholera, has steadily
adrmacei Her Majesty reasserts that the occupa
tioe of Ervnt is onlv temporarv. Communications
wah France cccerring the occrtrrences
Si King St., Hooolnln, II. I Eetail DciUt - is
Firewood Coal and Feed.
VTe would notifr the rrnblic andbcKi?rkinr"r in mr-
ticabr, tastwe keep on hand and for sale in quan
tities to fait purchasers and at lowest rates Fnel as
loilews: iiarc awl bolt woods. cu:snylenrto5;Char
CBircoal. .S.'W. Newcastle Uoals, softtti Coal? .
and the Celebmed AVdlinston illne
Departure Bav Coals;.also.
Tin- above can be ordered by telephone or otherwise'
and immediate delivery guaranteed.
Telephone Kb. 305
I A 1 " V j . 1 - J W If A- I ir "L ' f t bbww- V
IS A CALL
WE ALSO KEEP IX SliOCK
Kay S4-23.C2. Oats,
California and Xcw Zealand :
Com. Whole and Grouned ; Bran,
Barley, Whole and Ground; Wheat.
Middlings, and other Feed.
Order the above through
TELEPHONE KO. 305,
and we warrant quick deliverp, and fvll weight.
Orders from the other Islands solicited.
FREE DELIVER Y
to all parts of the city. Itemember
S2 Eins Street, and Telephone Kb- 1ST.
Invite Special Attention
To their present Stock, contaicinc. as it does, the lar
gest amoant tlity have ever had at any one
time, consisting of as follows:"
Kor'Westi: Eed wood Lumber,
OF ALL SIZES;
Eastern White Pine,
Port Oxford Cedar,
White Wood, Oak, Ash,
Black Walnut. Eoa,
Redwood and White Cedar
STi i n gles,
KEDWOOD and "WHITE CEDAR
7 foot Posts.
KAILS 3d fine zo 60d also.
Clivit, Finishing & Galvanized.
"Wall Paper and
ATL.VXTIC, riOXECK, lirUBCCK'S.
Patent aiid French White Zinc,
IICJ1BUCK UOILE1) AM) It AW
TEEE ABOVE CUT REPRESENTS A
Two-Seated Cut-under Family or Express Carriage
MAXtFACTlTRKD fiXPKKSSLY FOR THE
KoiLoliilu Carriage Ileiiository,
XOS. 50 AXD 3 KIXG STItEET, OPPOSITE THE POLICE STATIOX
PRANK JT. HIGGINg : : JPi-oprietor,
BY THE AVEI.E-KXOWX FIKII OF
Ec F, Briggs &; Company, of Amesbury, Mass.,
OSE OF THE LA KG EST AXI MOST UELIABLE CAKKIAGE JIAXUFACTBnEBS
Tt-1 tHo TJ"-adLtcci Statos.
"Tho firm of IS. F. B1UGGS & CO. have their Factorv at Amesburv. ilass. It comprises four largo
buildings, all connected by an elevated bridgeway. Tho'nrst large building, 130iS5 feet, is the factory
for wheels, todies and gear. It contains all tfie latest improved machinery for producing all tho dif
ferent parts that go to make np carriages and all other kinds of vehicles." Of tho second, a brick
l . "i i: . rn m r . 1 1 i n - . . . . . . -. t , t . t jri
minimis; AouiUM luti. uie lirti noor is occupiea as lud oiacKsaiuiiing suop, wuere luuru ucu run uuiy
thirty fires. AU the ironing of carriages is done here. The second department is used as a leading and
hanging-up room. The next two floors the third and fourth are used for gear finishing and trim
ming of bodies, and as varnishing rooms. The third brick structure threo-Stories high is a packing
and store house ; when full it has a capacity of storing 500 carriages. The fourth and last tbree-story
building, 0x45, is the section devoted to painting the bodies, tire-setting and general blacksmithing.
This factorv is comclete in everv nart. It emnlovs one hundred and fifty mechanics in the different
departments, and turn out from 2,503 to 3,000 per year, consisting of some forty different styles of
Teuicies, using uie very oest material. J.ue sposes ana ienoes aro niaue trom ino oesi secouu-groiu
white hickory, while the hubs are made from tho best gum, white, and vellow elm. AU their wheel
stuff is from the foot-hills of the Blue Bidce -mountains, in Xortk Carolina.
The factory turns out a variety of fine carriages, buggies, phaetons and wagons, and with tho facili
ties and experience of twenty years the proprietors are enable to produce in styte, quality and finish as
fine a carriage for the money as can be found in the United States. In our visit a f ow days ago in the
branch house in San Francisco we found a complete stock of carriages and buggies, and new goods
arriving and on the way. all of which are especially made with a view to standing tho climate of the
Also on hand and to arrive per Strar. Suez, a full Assortment of
Fine Carriages fe Waa'oiis
Tlu-ee-Seated Extension Top Cut TJnder,
(SEATING SIX PEOPLE).
BRAKES FOR HOUSE-BREAKING
WITH Olt WITHOUT POLES OU SHAFTS.
Carriages, Buggies, Phretons, Hack Carriages, &c,
Whips, Saddles and Carriage Furnishing Goods
3-My CAHBIAGES arc all Manufactured with a view to esc jn this Climate and J.'"Ja,T5jJ52nl i0
tending Purchasers before Buving elsewhere Every CARRIAGE Warranted to Give fcATIbFACTIO. C
Honolulu Carriage Repository, AJos. 50 and 52 King St.,
Frank J. Higgins Proprietor
A Large Assortment of
COLORED PAINTS EM 0!
THRO. II, MYIR i CO
OFFER FOR SALE
From the Cargoes
. AND .
Other recent Vessels
Paint Brushes, White "Wash Brushes,
BARRELS OF WHITING.
"Venitir.n Red and
Privecs" Iffetallic Paint.
AVe have also just received a Large Stock of
Pacific Rubber Mixed Paint.
l-ackedin Tins from lib. to 5 Gallons.oind
of a Great Variety or Shade
EST TRY IT &
ritOM TXO TO lOXol: IXCHES, .t c, Ac.
L ewers & Cooke, j
iS35 itn 6) i
HOLLESTER lb CO.
A Large Invoice of the Celebrated
Dii'ect DF-x-oxa. tlie Factory.
We. Bavo Especial FACILITIES for Adjusting TRUSSES.
Hollister & Co.,
Core Fort and Mercliaiit Sts., 59 NuuanuSt
Have Just Received the l argest
satMada-! T7XIrpT?D DDTC-17 T?L?T?T fA
hare been conducted in a spirit of fnend-lrj Iliil. 1 lllOli rillliU -l.
sfcip. aad the Queen has no doubt will leaa to a
q-.ftnf.T xesslt. xne conoiuon 01 ice ciasea j
is the Kingdaa ssSering from the depression of i
icncaitcre t-k in most respects shown some de- j
iix. nsd-istrr is sorrad. The Queen says she can
rsitr with greater satisfaction than on some for
aoss occasions to the condition of Ireland. The
pro-jositsocs of the Land Act had been brought
auo -sriae operation and the late combination
agaast the fclfillrnsnt of contracts, especially for
rent, hive been in a great degree broken np.
There is a marked diminution of agrarian crime,
-ad associations having murder for their object
haw been checked bv the detection and punish
raeat cf the oSeriders. Her ilajesty refers to
HarsoBrt's rneasares to which she had given
assent, -sijj which She hopes will advance the
-.ntereKs of aH. She refers to the legislation of
-Ux esos in regard to Ireland, as evidence of
tae aimetv of Parliament to momote the pros
IseritT of "that countrv. The House of Lords, at
sh lis: rrajraent agreed to the Agricultural Hold-mgsISl.
Ltnzisfs. August 2G.Kioting between Orange-
renewed Satnrdajr, and '22 persons were arrested.
Cor. Qoecn and Edinburgh Streets, HonolnlE.
H. J. Agnew, Proprietor,
Informs his friends and the public generally that he
has opened business at the above stand and has
made complete arrangements for a
coatinucas supply of
FRESH GOODS OF THE VERY BEST QUALmr,
Which he will offer for sale
At the Lowest Possible Prices.
He hopes, by giving his best attention, to please the
paWtc and locaerit a part of their patrnnare-
A LARGE STOCK OF
Wheat and Oat Hay,
Whole and Ground Barley,
California and Oregon Oats,
Bran Middlings, fee- Sec,
xovr ox HAXD.
. C3T Orders solicited and satifaetioa guaranteed or
nopayasksd. Telephone.280. ' S57g j
LOT OF PER
EVER DIP0KTED INTO THIS JIES'GDOM, COMPRISING
Over Fifty Different Odors of tiie Celebrated
Lnii db org
Odbx-Cases, Fancy Boxes, Bottles, &c.
Hollister & Co
Agents for Hawaiian Ti n gcaLoro.
DRY GOODS 6ND CLOTHING
Prints of latest styles, fast colors ;
Bluo Denims, Whito Crodou Sheeting
Uorrock'a Long Cloths,llrovn Linen Drills
Waterproof Tweeds, Towols & Toweling,
Glass Towols, Table Cloths, do. Napkins,
Pnro Linens, Shawls, Grenadiues,
DRESS GOODS, WHITE SCOLORD SILKS
Colored Satins, Grass Cloths,
Artilici.il Flowers and Feathers,
Cotton Handkerchiefs, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Woolen Tablo Covers, Col'd Sattecns & Orapet
FancT. Mixture, Bluo and Gray Flannels,
Victoria Lawns, Brooks' Spool Cotton,
Lace Curtains, blno nnd white;
Check Lisladds, Fancy Dress Goods,
Fancv Plaids, ltegatta Shirts, Wool Shirts,
Whito and Colored Cotton Shirts,
Pilot lleefers, India llubber Coats, Capes and
Men's White, Brown and Colored Half Hose,
Ladies' Hose. Men's Heady Mado Clothing,
Men's Hats, Blue and Gray Horse Blankets,
Woolen Blankets, all colors, sizes & weights;
Yclvct Carpets, Velvet RugSj Yolvet
and Tapestry Door Mats,
A Full Assortment of Gents', Ladies,' Girls'
and Boys' Saddles.
A few JOCKEY SADDLES,
Bridles, Saddle Cloths, Chamois Skins,
Sugar DAGS, 20x36; Coal RAGS,
RICE BAGS AND TWINE,
lu 6, 7, 8, & 9 ft. lengths, (il guagc), Screws & Washer
Annealed Fence Wire, Nos. 4, 5, G, 7, and Staples,
tialv iron iiucitets, nil sizes;
Galv Wash Basins, Galv Garden Borderings
Tinned Iron Saucepans, all sizes;
Tea Kettles, Ileal Japan Blacking,
PAYING BRICKS, GARDEN TILES
Garden Hollers, Lawn Seats and Chairs,
Umbrella Stands. Iron Scraners.
Hat Hooks and Bails. LAWN TENNIS SETS,
Clothes Baskets, Hand Baskets, Work Baskets
Crockery and Glassware,
Fancy Glass Flower Stands, Fern Baskets, etc
ORTLAND CEMENT & FIRE BRICKS
Fire Clay, Whiting, Chalk, Yellow Ochre,
Liverpool an if Bock Salt,
ZINCS. PAINTS AND BOILED OILS
Worcester Sauce and Groceries.
English, American & Hawaiian Flags
3, 5, and 7 yards lengths.
TOPSAIL SHEET CHAINS
Admiralty Test sizest Jf, , and 7-10;
Powell Dufiryn Steam Coal
STATIONERY, IRON BEDSTEADS,
ENGLISH LEATHEIt BELTING, 3 to 12;
WINES AND LIQUORS :
Pig Brand Stout, Blood, Wolfe & Co's ALE, in
pints and quarts;
Bass' Ale, in pints nnd quarts;
Fine French Brandies, in bulk and cases;
Hennessy's Brandy, and , in cases;
Cases Scotch and Irish Wbiskey3,
Duplcssis "Bed Bar" and other Clarets, in cs;
Best Sherry, in bulk and cases;
Champagne, in quarts and pints;
ISO. Length!; 161b. and 161b. pet Yard.
Fish Flates, Bolts and TTtits,
n.vii.r.oAi) spikes to match
ONE SIX HORSE-POWER
ALSO, ONE THREE HORSE-POWER
59 Nuuann St., and Cor. Fort and Merchant St;
: - (3 67
1 Mall all letters, etc.. nt nrrlv at noiliblt. e-neclal
It when r ent in Isrce number?, as I frequently the
c.io with newspapers and circular. The labor ot the
post-odlcc Is much diminished If letters, when mailed
in largo numbers, are tied In bnndles, with the ad
dresses all In one direction.
2 Make the address on alt forcfcm letters legible and
complete, elfins; tho name ot the post-olOep, the State,
when addressed lo the United States. The name of
tho street ucd number of the hoose should also be
clvcn, where letter-carriers are employed; while the
letter will eventually reach its destination without
number, tho omission is often a cansc ot hesitation
and delay. In the ease ot letters for foreign coontrles,
and especially In Canada, in which conntry there are
many post-oQlccs bavins the same names as rxut-oSHtcj
In the United States and JSncIand. the name of the
country as well as tho post-office should be gtTen In
full. Letters addressed, for Instance, merely to " Lon
don." without adding " England," arc frequently sent
to London. Canada, and He Tina, thereby eansl&p
delay, and often serious loss. Letters addressed to
Dnrllngton, JT. S. (JoTa Scotia), often co to Burling
ton, J(ew York, on acconnt of the resemblance between
S and Y when carelossly written
il Always write the addrps with Ink. and not with
pencil of any kind, as pencil marks often become'
erased and the address rendered Ulejlble.
4 Avoid, as mnch as nossible. mln? cnvflones nude
of thin paper, especially where mora than one ihcetot
paper, or any oinct article than paper, is' enclosed.
Suggestions to the Public,
with Regulations Relating to the
Mailing and Registry of Letters
Rates of Postage to Co tin tries la and eat'
of tho Postal TTbIob. 1 '
nc often handled, and especially in the overland
mail bags carried on horseback, inch envelopes notnn-
frcoucntly EDlitoDcn.eiTlnir cause of comnlalnt against
ofUcials who arc entirely Innocent In the matter.
5 Never send monev or anr other article nf ra!n-
through the mall, except either by the means of a"
money-order or In a registered letter.
6 Postage stamns shnnlit m nl.trptl nn th nniw
right-hand corner of thcaddrcsssldeotthcmall matter.
7 Tho cnttini: of Dostacc stamos in two or mora
pieces is prohibited, and no letter having a mutilated
stamp on It will be forwarded.
8 Postage stamns are retrarded as cash, and the
of them on credit is strictly prohibited.
0 -Anrthluir In addition to an address written n.-
printed on tbc address side of nostal nn! rrm!
10 To insure a domestic letter belne forwrtril In
the mails, it mint have not less than two cents In
postage stamps affixed. If less than the full postage
:ias been paid, double the amount dnc mnst he nalri hr
the pa,ty rccievlng It.
It A subscriber to a newspaper or periodical who
anscs his resident and nost-ofllce shonld at nnrc
notify the publisher of the change and have the publi
cation sent to his new adJress.
12 Publishers and news agents mjllini- nrlntnl
matter In quantities will faciliatc its distribution, and
often hasten its dispatch, by assorting such matter br
btatcs and Territories and tho larrcr cities. If forelrm.
or by Island, if domestic
13 All Inquiries, whether from postmasters or the
ubllc, relative to lost or missing mall matter of every
cscription. both forclirn and domestic onllnsrr mil
registered, should be addrctsed to the General 'Post
Oillcc, Honolulu, and losses or irrcgnlaritics should be
reported as soon aj knowledge is had of their occurence.
11 Send all letters. newsnaDcrs. nnd mull mrrrU
to the nost-ofllce. As a rale thrv mil nn KifWitml
reach their destination more quickly In the mails than
when sent in any other way. Most of the complaints
about the non-receipt of letters are traceable to their
ocing sent dj cnancc conveyance outside the mails.
13 Domestic postal cards, costing one cent nrh.
can be purchased at every pbst-offlce. Also, two-cent
postal cams, mauaoie to tnc united States, Canada
and Mexico: and three-cent postal cards, mailable to
anr country In the postal union.
10 Donblc postal cards, called "return HHtaleani" -
Intended for an immediate reply to a correspondent
will soon be prepared, the cost being-! ecnU 1 cent
lor inc inquiry cam, anu I cent lor the return card.
17 Letters and naners addrc4fM tn nrvm rt'1fir
in Honolulu should have the street and number, or
some other designated place of delivery, as it Is the.
purpose of the Department to establish letter-carriers
in Honolulu as soon as practicable.
IS The Issue of moncv-or Jors on ermllt Is trlrtl
prohibited, and no money will be received bv a post
master In payment for money orders issued, except
that which Is legal tender, or bank checks, orders and
certificates of deposit.
19 Letter boxes will be orenarcd as soon as nraMI-
cable, in all tbc post-offices in the Kingdom, and all
persons who are in rcgniar receipt or letters andncn?
papers will find It greatly to their convenience to have
20 A letter deposited in the mall can be recalled '
only by tho writer, and then only on giving a written
receipt lor mc same, -iicr a letter leaves tnc otUce
where deposited It becomes the property of the person
to whom it Is addressed, or his legal representative,
Domestic Postage Bates :
Dnor Letters, or circulars In tealtd envelopes, to be
delivered at tho office where deposited, t cent each halt i
ounce. 9f. f
Domestic Letters, to any part of the Kingdom. 2
cents, if less than li or., and Scents for each addition
al J oz.
XEwsr.U'Ens printed in the Kingdom, and nulled' to
subscribers from offices of publication, are free in-the"
inter-island mails. Hulls of papers sent to agents,
and not to bona fide subscribers, cannot claim the
benefit of the free postage law.-
Kooks. (printed or blank.) cards, engrayln;s. watches. t
jewelry, roots, bulbs, cuttings, samples of dry sugar
or rice, photographs, medicine, except liynlds. articles
of clothing, samples of merchandise of any kind, and
all articles not included in class 1 or 2 of the laws of
1578 when weighing not more than four pound or 61
ovnus, one cent an ounce or fraction thereof. All
articles likely to damage the malls are strictly pro
hibited. Packages asij Paecels, containing books or malt
able merchandise of any kind, any letter, newspaper or
parcel that may be mailed, may be registered, on pay
ment of a fee of 10 cents In addition to the ordinary
NEwarirEns, pamphlets, almanacs, calandars, hasd-f ! ,
bills, magazines, maps, occasional and other pobllca-. -Hons
(not bonnd), t cent for each 1 ounces or fraction
thereof. Circulars, in unsealed envelopes, 1 cent each.
Pauceu of merchandise of any kind will b received
and forwarded In the Inter-island mails at the rateiofv
one cent an ounce. This regulation does not Include f
the foieign mall service. All lntcr-uland parcels can
Postal Union Bates.
&c! &c. &c.
TUEO. II. DAVIES & CO
J. D. RAMSAY,
XO.G71IOTEI.ST. : r i JIOSOLUIAT.
Goods Delivered to Customer's Resi
dences, Free of Charge. 3
Just Received ex late arrirals. a fresh line of
Garden Seeds & Fresh Groceries.
VST ALL ORDERS FILLED W1TH1PB0MPTNESS. -53
163 ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED tf
United States of Amerl
ca. Dominion of Can
ids and Mexico:.'.'.:1
Japan. Porta In China
havln Postal Union
offices. Straits Settle
ments and Manila. .t;
Ureal urltaln. i ranee,
German vjnd all oth
er countries and Col
onies in theUnlversal
Postal Union t
5 p-n Boots
3 1 .nailer.
5 M I
"5 ",1' rr "s
g aj&3 3-2 S-hIs-S-
10c" icjioz. -c aoz. act 2
10c. ic ioz. 2e. ids. 2c,
10c.gel2oz. 2 c aorja c
Vhere a return receipt for registered matter Ui."
wanted. 5 cents extra Is ensrged, makinz the regulation J
fee 15 cents.
tVCitb a minimum charge of five cents for books and
printed matter, and 2 cents for samples.
Postage to Countries not in the Unioa.
To the Australian Colonies. .....12 cents for each ox f
To Xctv Zealand 12 cents for each J ox
To Tasmania (HobartTown) 12 cents for each X oz
To Samoa 12 cents for each ii oz
To Fiji 12 centi for each y, oz
To Slam, vis San .Francisco IS cents for each ii oz
To St Ilartholomcw 19 cents for each H oz
To Cape ot Good Hope 21 cents foe eaeb oz
To Madagascar J3 cent) for each ii ex V
To St. Helena SI cents for each !ioz
KETrararxEs, etc. The postage on newspapen to
Australian Colonies, New Zealand, Fiji, uid Samoa, it
2 cents each paper. On books and other printed mat
ter, -1 cents for each four ounces or fraction of four .
For the other countries named, special rates are
charged, which can be learned by inquiry at the office
XSf All pottages to any country in or out of the '
Postal Union mast be paid la Hawaiian Stamps only.
ssstm h. W. Whitney, P. M. C.
TIIE RE IS NO IDIE GOSSIP HOW
cver, that the undersigned will taks Portraits la
any style or views to order la the best cryle t tfce
Photograpbic Art,andoa the most KauuMeTerar'
bnt it is Idle gossip which says " he wIH sot try W ,
please," for be always was and wfU be will tog to liesicg
everyone who can be tailed; and never treat4 aafoaaf,
out of the way, and never will treat mtokc sOter!
than in a proper manner. Do not llstea tojoa4,Vt
come and see for yoarself there U alwaj-s two sWea to
a story. (36! 3m) U. L. CHASE.
itrtr real cjspwEzers -ca-rTJCTaunir, uiougn
:i2T iiepo&ed persons may offer sin-
cerc coBgnalatioas. Fortanately, feowcrer,
ise mlmmm af ffinliar in ekber direction
mi tfae ariiiwry expeneacee ot
At Eobissoa's Wharf,
Dealers in Lumber ant all kind of Building.
Kate rials, Pairts, Oils, Kaili, &c, &c. &e.,
ACESTS oriCHOOSXES 4 J
OONGHEE & AHUIVG
FORT STREET, ABOVE KING,
a. tixrixui uuirv-anu-uiiCCIi '
CGXSTAr.TJ.y ox ii a s o Ai-t niRUi
from the well known
Waimea Taauery, JT. P. Yorker, Prop'r.
Hilo TaHHery, F. 8. tymaa. Profrlet-.
33- ly A. S. CEEGHOBS & CO.. Agents.
uuiiuiuiu uicaui nailing lunio,
EsUiade4 HshsIhIh, Mi I.
XasBfactare a'lf kinds of
New Engl mi Mutual Lift kmim Ci.
Of BOTMf, XaM O
titavfr tarn w imkt tsiassv j