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DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1885.
Will bo tor snlo Dully at lho
T. M, OAT, In. liCo.,,.,, Merchant stleet
N. F. IIUROKSS u... Klngstieet
WOLFE & CO iCor. King anil Nuuanu Ms
C.J. McCAlU'UY Hotel rct
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER.:, 1885
The Alameda leaves to-day at noon.
Mr. J. M. Daigle, machinist on
Bethel strict, is serioubly ill from blood
ine Alameda ana Aiice.Aluir leave
pott to day.1 -Business will be lively
A fair audience was present last
night at 'Mr. Joe Wiseman's benefit
given by Fryer's Circus.
Mrs. A. F. Morris, formerly of San
Francisco, will open a private boarding
and lodging house on kukui street.
'Mr. W. II. Chaplin, lately connected
with the Hilo telephone oflice, leaves
for the Coast by the Alameda today.
, The poet-lariat leaves forSan Francisco
to-day. He will ride Pegasus in
California if the bronco don't buck.
Judge and Mrs. McCully arc in
Waiohinu, Kau. , The Judge is presiding
at the term of Ciictl it. 'Court
C. J. Fishel is getting ready for n
grand opening at'his new store,
corner of Hotel and Fortstreets on next
. The City of Brussels'storc of C. Mi
chaels has removed from the corner of
rtitiKcu iinu miiir streets 10 rort
street, one door below Merchant.
No. 2 .Engine Co. held drill last
rC nicht at 7:30 o'clock on Merchant
"" street and wet things down between'
i1 Fort street and the Post Office. .
Hon. Godfrey Rhodes and wife leave
( for the Coast to-day. Mr.
has ordercdjiim to try a change
,.iof climate oh account of his health.
1 Mr. Hcniy Davis, one of Honolulu's
youngest a"nd most successful business
men, has purchased the entire business
of the California Produce and Pro-'
By the new time table of thesje'amer
W. GlHall she will leave. Honolulu
lor Kau and way ports hereafter on
alternate Fridays and Tuesdays as she
did last fall.
Mr. Jerry Simonson, at the Pacific
. Mail wharf has a package, which
arrived from the Colonies yesterday
morning., addressed, to Mrs. Lillis,
Rev. Dr. Hvde left for Molokai
sfe tcrdav afternoon on the steamer Moko-
lii. "He will corjduct the dedication
services of the two, churches ;for lepers
at the settlement. .
" If 'the lamp post and also the gilt
embellished barber pole erected in front
of the .Union Saloon entrance, on
.Merchant street, is not an obstruction
fi I of the hide walk, what is it ?
& Eatintf little norkers for which five
M'- aollar aniece were refused, seems
rather somewhat more or. less
cant. As the "Private Secretary'?
twould say "Oh I just fancy."'-
Samuel Parker's front gate on
JpKing street has long been dangerously
woversliaaoweu by algeroba trees.
at work vesterdav removinc
xsome of.the most threatening branches.
; v.Tlie rost uuit Literary urcie anu
Swimming Club has been holding
fe. . another r of ... its interesting ... . and funny a
' Tmectums which will be reported as
LfVsoon as the secretary gets hi3 scattered
Mv ..notes together and wheels them up to
jEf' o'to this office.
m,r . After the fire was put out last -night,
fty JWV. ..-.. -C nUi.nf'n trttMllfiH
W'f'UliC IV DMJIlillUIU'aUCrm D tuuit, uujumi
rjO!, ,. hupUh titr tflA CStn fif
jr 1 , yumi uiwii3 luatiwu uyj njv -n. w
I-.: in nn. ivuiipn fin mis 1:11.11. iiini 1
OT'ciuested the crowd to allow, him to put
a out the hie, 'lie was immediately put
, outside the fence.
Mr.-B, N. Winsalc, who has been
r reported at'dilfcrent tjoies'as about to
leave the Kinirrlnm. has chaif'ed his
m, mind, wiitten fur his family to return
..here and will remain in- Honolulu,
-.'much to the satisfaction of his friends,
giuntil further notice. ' ,
,. 1, lucuierny iiuh reoicu hiiu
SSff'' fitted the store next to S, J. Levey &
zt (Zo.'$ on Fort street. He has divided
.5 it into two apartments and will move
his boot and shoe stoie into one of
them or the next dayt The
,--. " other stpre will be rented.
'PlinQP liivinrr nf ty( niilmiii.
J ,'rlnn" ftn nnt lrtrinr tlii mms
Hi- grow under their feet, but are steadily
, pushing the itbjcut into notice. A
! great many letters will go 'forward by
setting forth the 'ad
vantages or the scheme. ,
'Will you please hold my dog?'
rsald a young lady to a Hotel-street
dude, yesterday, afternoon, He held
ine,aog. over an nqur waiting lor tue
young lady to return, put she came no
more. She had started out lo take the
Jdog to the pound but her heart failed her.
Signor Farini leaves today for the
Coast. There is still about $1,000 to
be raised to secure a season of opera
for Honolulu. It is to be hoped out
Wealthy citizens will take sufficient interest
in the 'mailer to see that the
amount is raised before the next mail
Young ladies of Honolulu arc now
indulging their beaux in hat bands of
old gold satin with the initials worked
iti bright colors. A new departure in
the fashion of these gay bands is that
they aic cut to cover the entire crown
of the hat. Samples will be duly noticed
if any are received.
Ililo Foreign Church Sociable was
held last week at the new house of W.
S. Terry. There was a large attendance
and a great variety of entertainment including
reading by Miss Spooner, of Honolulu,
and a recitation bv Miss Hattic Forbes.
rThero were lots of good eatables as
We ask the indulgence of the "public,
if any oversight occurs in the prompt
delivery of the first numbers of our
paper, or 11 crrois in composition occur,
until we rait perfect all our arrangements
for printing, issuing and delivering
the paper, and we will esteem it
a favor if subscriber will report any de
lay or failuie 011 the part of our carriers.
Mj, Jules Taviernicr, artist, has de
signed "a vignette for the heading'of the
Honolulu Press which will be forwarded
to San Francisco by the Alameda
to-day to be e)qctr6typed. The
cut will contain a view of Diamond
Head with tropical foliage in the foreground.
A number of prisoners are at work
in the Government House grounds.
They are engaged in extending the
carriage road from the main building
to the Survey department. Mr. James
Collins, who has the Supervision of the
work in hand, will plant some six or
eight palms round the drive which will
add greatly to the appearance of the
The new addition-or the
Kaviaiuhao r Seminary is rapidly
approaching completion,' the outside
fainting being about through. When
all is finished and the front specimens
of primitive architecture arc torn down
it will be a y.ast improvement lo the
neighboihood, and as the school ntxt
assembles they will exclaim "Old thinjgs
have passed away, behold, all thing have
Col. W. F. Allen and his brother E.
II. Allen, Hawaiian Consul General for
New York, returned last Sunday, from
a tour of Kauai. Though Mr. E. II.
Allen has been so long identified
indirectly with .these islands
this is .his fiVst visit, with which he obtains
very favorable impressions It is
a mutter of regret that he returns East
so soon, per steamer of the 15th inst.,
which precludes the possibility of a tour
of Hawdii and visit to Kilauea. .
Ben Tenorio, a Spanish hack driver,
left his hack tied to a post in Mauna-kea
street last Saturday evening. During
his absence some person or persons
ran away with it. Ben went to
the Station house to ascertain its whereabouts,'
but the officials there could
give him no information. After a vain
search for the hack, he went home and
there to his surprise and gratilicatton
found the hack hitched outside his
door. Such practical jokes should be
practically punished. '
' BencitUts vi, Oouanics.
Last Saturday afternoon the sixth Of
the new series of games was played at
MaKiki diamond. The game lasted
over two hours and towards the close
became rather exciting. Neither club
distinguished itself for brilliant playing.
The Oceanics went to bat first.
Scotty and Kinney both going out on
fouls, after which Mochonun, Thurston,
Grossman, Jones and Baldwin reached
the home plate before Wall went out on
a fly and sent the boys afield,
.The Benedicts went to bat and were
whitewashed, Levey going out on a. fly
to center field and Lishman and Don
Antonio Rosa kicking on first base.
In the truond inning Scotty and
Kinney made n run eacn tor tne
Oceanics and Chan Vilder, Dowsctt,
Spencer .and Charlie Wilder came in
for the Benedicts.
In the third inning Scotty, Baldwin
and Brcjwn scoied for (he Oceanics before
Wall, Moehonua and Thuiston put
the side out. In this inning the Benedicts
bunched their hits and brought in
five tallits, Lishman, Rosa, Burgess,'
Dowsett and Charlie Wilder scoring.
In the fourth inning Doc Grossman
made a tally.for the red-legs and avoided
a whitewash, Jones-and Brown striking
out and Wall going out on first base.
Levev of the Benedicts also made a
run and saved his club the indignity of
a goose, egg.
In tne tiltn inning tne uccames were
goosed and'ihc fun began,- Scotty went
out on a fly to P.ukei', Kinney and
Moehonua made bases, when Thurston
w.Mit out on a fiv to left field and Doc
Grossman was thrown out at first base
hv lack Dowsett. The Benedicts
added four more tallies to thelc score,
Levey, Chan Wilder; Spencer" and
Charlie Wilder cominc in with thescoie
standing 14 to 11 in favor of ye Benedicts,
Napoleon Spencer and Levey
wcic so happy that they tried but could
not keep from smiling.
In the sixth inning Brown and Wall
of the Oceanics each, made a -run,
Jones, Baldwin and Moehonua going
out, The Benedicts were whitewashed.
Scoic 14 to 13 with Spencer and Levey
In the seventh inning Jones made a
run for the red-legs and fne Benedicts
were again whitewashed. Score 14 to
14 with Spenrcr and Levey looking
blue. In -the eighth inning the
Occahics were goosed while Burgess
made a run for the Benedicts. Score
15 to u with Spcrfcer and Levey breaking
In the ninth and last inning, Kinndy
made a two-base hit for the Occanics
and Mochomia brought hint home with
a three-base hit arid came home himself.
Score, 16 to 15; with Spencer
and Levey looking doubtful but determined.
The benedicts went to bat
for the last time and Spencer, Charlie
Wilder and Parker followed out in suc
cession. Score still 16 to 15, with
Spencer, Levey and all the rest of the
married boys looking and feeling
The Occanics have now won
the championship beyond a doubt,
although the" remaining games
promise to be as interresting as before;
for the Benedicts now seem determined
to walk off with the red-legs, once at
least, before the season is over if they
can. Next Saturday's game will be
played between the Benedicts and the
big H, boys.
Mr. Jules Tavernier lias three more
pictures lately finished in his studio.
The first, which has been sold, is a new
view of the crater of Haleinaumau;
the second is a sketch of Punchbowl
hill taken from the rear veranda of the
Hawaiian Hotel; the third represents
Mauna Loa by moonlight, and is a
vivid and striking picture.
Mr. Tavernier's last picture sent to
San Francisco, being a general view
of the crater at daybreak, is on exhibition
at the Art Association's rooms in
Mr. P. Petrovits will leave shortly
for the old world via Australia. This
artfst was lately decorated with the
order of Kapiolani by the King, and is
commissioned by His Majesty to paint
and send here pictures of royal foreigners
during his sojourn" abroad. Mr.
Petrovits was initiated into the Masonic
order at St. George's Lodge, Calcutta,
June 8, 1845.
Vessels Expected Iroin foreign Ports.
Liverpool, lirit tic Jupiteii
ULAUCnW, LtZZtlt iKBOALtt
Sailed July 17. P. A. Schacfer JL Co., Agents.
Nmv York Am bk Mahtma Davh l!enoi.
Due Oct. C Ilrewcr & Cg.. Agents.
Sa- PnANcitco, Aml)ktne5lAUvViNKBUtAs,Uacku
Due August so-ae.
Sax TkancIvco, Haw brig Hazard . . . Goodman
Due at llllo August so.
Port Ti wmknu, Am bktne Klikitat Cutler
Due Aug. 35-30.
PotcrTottNEMiAm bk Ilcrs,' " 1'enliallow
Due Sept, 5-10
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
t!LAU4 Sprkckrls Drew
Anns Alamhda...... .'.. Morse
IU. U. U. WMlTMOKn....,., --
llrit bk AMCtiMuiit ,j... .....Yarn.iU
Ilk T R FotTFR , iliugg
Am bVtne Discovery Meier.
Am lk Fresno ,. Lewis
Am Uklne T.U.A , :. ...IIoac
Monday, August 31
P M S S City of Sydney from the Colonics
Schr Lcahi, from llanalei
Schr Mile Morris from Ewa'
MONDAV, A'ugtl'.t 31 ' ,
Stpir City of S)i!ncy for San Ftincljco
Stmr Lenun for Knhului, Maui
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai
Stmr James I Dowsett for Molokai
Stmr Waimanalo for Walmanalo, Oahu
Seht Hilnbow for Koolatt
rvtsr.i.H TAiAiixa this vat.
Stmr V G Hall'nt 5 r. M. forMaalaea, Kona,
ICau and Volcaao.
Stmr C H lljiop, at u M. lor Homoa,
Pa.iuhoii, Ilonokaa, and Kukuiliaclc, ,
Stnir Iwalani at S V, M, for Nawilfwili, Koloa,
Eleele, ontl KeUaliu. ,
Slmr Alameda for San Francisco
Stmr Kilauea Hoti, for JIainaUua ports
Stmr Kinati, at 4 P. M. for Lahaina, Maalaca,
Makena, lnhul,ona and Kawaihae
III. Alice Muir for F.ufeka, Cal
Schr I.uKa for Kohal.tlele
Schr Halcaka1'' for I'cpeekco
Sch Ehtikai for Walalua,
Sarah & Gliza, for Koolau
Sch Monuokawni for Koolau
Schr Uob Hoy, fot Kuoiau.
Schr Mnna for Uonomu l'auhaat and Laupa-
For Hana and Kohulut per itmr Lehua,
Monday August 31 T Lishman 11 W Burgess,
I Reed. T 11 Lyons, T Smith, II ICahoa i: wf.
& 40 deck,
For Molokai per stmr Mokoliij Monday,
August 31 -Rev C M Hyde, D Kalmnu and
The following ptssengyrs are booked to
leave by llie'slmt Alameda this noon II S
Hartwell & family, Mrs Capt Newell, Mrs 0
Howard, Mr F F I.unsing & 2 ch, Godfrey
Rhodes &. wf, T 1 Foster, A Drown, Mri S
It Dole, T Simmons, Rev F A Beckwlth,
Signor A Farini, A J Ihldwln wf & ch, II A
Voss-. A Herbert, Mrs J W Smith, Mis J
Smith, M Clinjiin S. wf, and J V AIcKutwIe,
Tin; bk Alice Muir sails to-day for Kureka,
Callfornh, and lite, bklne Dicovay
row for San Francisco.
The stmr City of Sjdney arrived ycserday
morning about 4 o clock from the Colonies and
sailed again at 7:30 a. si. for" Sin Francisco
with 21 Chinese passengers. She brought no
passengers for Honolulu.
There will Jie a large exodus of shipping
to-day. There a(a five island steamers an
nouuc'.ci 10 sail, one loreign steamer and a
bark. Business will be brisk among shippers,
and the water front will present a lively
The stctmcr Likelike was hauled on the
Marine railway yesterday to- receive the com.
pletion ol htr very extensive repairs. She
wjll be lowered again to-day and sail on her
trial trip to Kahului on Thursday next, returning
"on Saturday, She will sail on Tuesday
the 8th instant, taking the stmr lUpau's route,
which .y,el will be laid up for gcnetal re;
Steam Navigation Comp'y,
stm v. if. a, Hall (Malitlani)
IIatm , Coinnmnder
Will tun Miltltarly to Ma.t.iej, Maul, and Koua aild
Men mar Planter (Lilthoo)
Cambron. ....... 44... ., .Commander
Leavei everv Tuetdav at p. II. for MawllUIH.
Ifntni Pl1i. nn.t Wilim... D. ..,. ...Ill I.A..
(tuiu.., r.lCOG linu .rrtiutca ,,u,i,,i,K, w.i. katb
NawilU Hi every Saturday at r. II. , arriving at Ilono
ulu, every Sunday at 3 A. M,
St eft mar- Iwaluni,
Will run reauUrlv to llamo.i, Maul, and Kukul-
hveltr Honotcaa And l'.l.niliau, Hawaii. V
Steamer V. It. Jtishoi,
MACAUtny. .. Commander
Leaves every Satutday at 8 a. m. for Walanae,
Oahu. and llanalei and Kilauea. Kauai. Returning.
eaves llanalei every Tuesday at 4 p. M., and touthirr
at Walalua and Waianae Wednesdays, and arriving .
Honolulu same day al 4 P. m
Steamer iTamcs Malccc,
Wcir 1 Commander
Will run regularly to Kapaa, Kauai.
AVir ttoute tu the Volcano.
'1 (.rough '1 ickets to the Volcano and return, can now
be had at thi .office of the Inter.istand Steam Naviga
tion Co. Tounils and others leaving Honolulu Ler
Steamer "W. O. Hall" will be landed at Punaluu,
where a Hotil It now opened for the accommodation
of tratelers; th'nce. by Railroad to I'alala,
II. Mice by Stage Coach to Half-way House, Where
Hones and Guides will be In attendance to convey
them to the Volcano.
tIly this route, the round trip cun be made in 7 das.
giving 1 aiy an.i a nignts at tne volcano.
ickers toi the round trip, includes Conveyances,
Guides, Iloird and Lodcin. $60.00.
Tor further particulars" tnnuire at the oflice of Inter.
Island Ste-im hfavlitatioii Co . Honolulu.
j. i:na, T. R. KOSIKK,
ILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO
ROUTB AND TIME TABLU
tiu: icntA v
KlNU 1 L'OMMANPIR
Leaves as per following schedule: Touching at
Lahaina," Maalaea, Makena Mahulcona, Kawaihae,
Laupahoehoe, H1I0 and Keauhou.
Tuesday, September r, Hilo and way Ports.
Tuesday, Septembers, ., Vo'cino and way Port .
lueiday, September 15 Hilo and way Purls
Tuesday, September 93 Volcano and way Ports.
Tuesday, September 39 Hilo and way Torts
Leaves Mondays at 4 .'. M for 'KaunnkaVai, Knhu.
lui, Uuelo, Hana and Kipihulu ; and for Keanae,
and Null every other week. Returutng wilt stop
at the above iwm, arriving back Saturday mornings. .
"Kor maiU and pagencers onlv.
27 K J LA II It A UUV.
WUISBAKTH , COMMANDS!!
Leavti regularly foe l'aauhau, Kohotatele, Ookala,
ICulcaiau, Honohiaa, Itupahoch e,' Hakalau and Ono-
McGKCnoit. . (.'OIIMANIIKK
Lcives each Monday at 5 p. M. for Kaunnkakal, Ka
main, Pukoo, Lahaina, Moanul, Ilalawa, Wailau,
and KVInupapa. Retuniitig leaves Pukoo Friday
Paauhor Honolulu, arriving Saturday morning.
S 0. WILDLU, l'rcs. S. 11. ROSE, Sec'y.
C'ofMfuif mill Commission AuIm.
Corn,, QUEE,'& NUUANU Struts, llmM,.
RcKutar vessels for the ports ol
Mahko on Maui
Laupahoehoe, Honomu, Paukaa and Hilo on
, Hawaii ;
Koloa, Hanapcpeand Waimeaon Kalal, and
Walalua on Oahu,
And any other ports when inducements offer.
Persons having freight for any part of the Islands to
be forwarded from San Francisco bv way of Honolulu,
or direct shipments from Honolulu will do well 10 enquire
first vf the Pacific Navigation Co., before making
Goods intended for shipment any of our vessvls
received and stored free of charge 1 1 1 our
hnilding at any lime. Apply to lhe inptains on board,
orlo A. IV COOKE.
stvf Manager Pacific Navigation Co.
Wilaer's Steamship Company
New Route to the Volcano I
The steamer K1NAU, King, Commander will leave
Honolulu on Tuesday, June' 33rd, for Keauhou, the
New Volcano Landing, and thereafter upqn the firtl
Tuesday after the arrival ol the Alameda and Mariposa,
due here the 8 h and sinj of each month,
We offer passengers tiikouph Ticicris for the sum
Of dClY DOLMRv 1'AID allowing pas-
scl 'ir twenty-four hours' tine at Ilia Volcano lloijse,
anu rcturuii gto Honolulu 011 bund i mointng.
ONI.V fOURTKKS MllhS rilOS IHBSlPAMfK T0 1HR
VoLcvso, over 11 good road ls than hilf the distance
of any other route. , ,
On all trips except Volcano trips, the K1NAU will
p.'u her regulvr time table, goiro to I11IJ and iciurii.
ing to Honolulu nt to a. M. Satuidavs. On Volcano
tupj pasvei.Kers from Laurahochoe mut tale the
steamer on the up trips. Passengers can remain on
board or nop over at Hl'o until r aiday at f A. l-i as
All ft n htr pvrtlculars given at the olT.ce of
WILDKU'S STEAMSHIP,. COMPANY
Honolulu, June ?, 1883. 1 tf
PLANTERS' LINli , -
I OR SAN FRANCISCO; -,
C. JlltUIIJill a; CUJIVUXi; AuenU.
Merchandise Stwue Free, and liberal cj'i
advances made on shipment bv this inc. a 1 0-161
BREWER & Co.
37 Kiluy Stkubi, Dos 1 on,
AtUiNfS Of HAWAIIAN PACCltTS.
General Oiniiiiittlon Auvnt.
Special aitentlon given to the purchaslug ef goods fwr
tn Haiyallan trade. Freijht at lowwt raus. '
, 1 ,, ' i
OR SALE Oil TO LBT.
Furnished or unfurnished, the residence bf tha late
Judge Austin, Nuuanu Avenue Ln.iuire of
aSi.ll Ovcrllisitop & Co'S IltNK.
All accounts overdue the Saturday Put-is nre desired
to be fettled immediately. All unexpired subicrititions
orndvtriieinent will bo completed by the Daily Honolulu
1'rcM. T. 0. Ill RUM,
Manaobk Saturday Press.
From and after thli date Mr. JAMCs T. MORGAN
will have an Interest In my
auction A.si) coitsrisaios
business,'' which wllf be carried on under the firm
E. 3?. SS CO.
C. P. Adams & Co.
Honolulu, September'!, i48j. tw
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
We take pleasure in annourcini? that. In addition to
our CONPLCTioNKkY and Ckk IIl'sinhsj, we will
open on SA 1 URDAYr APRI I. 5th, an
WhUh has been neatly fitted up 10 meet the require
tnentt of our trade.
Our Ice cream v ill be only of superior nualitv. made
of genuine cream from the Woodlawn DaIkv wilh
whom we nave arranged to supply us regularly
vviih pure, cream, which, having Ircquently toted,
entbles tts to guarantee a firstclass article, of Ice
creau equal to that made In any of the large cities.
'lhe foltowiug varieties of ICB CfcKAM and ICEi will
1e furnished at our oiieniug, and several other varirties,
if our trade will lustily It,
VANILLA, I ' , COFFUL GLACE, '
ORANGE AND. S1RAWI1ERRV
Parties supplied any day except Sunday. Those
wishing Ice Cream for Sunday must leave their orders
on Saturday before 9 r. St., which will be delivered
be'ore 10 A- XI. Sunday. The ircaml will be packed
so ttmt they will ktep eight hours in a first-class condition.
Hoping to receive a sliare of public patronage in this
tine of our business, and thanking them fortheir liberal
favors in the past we remain, ropectfully,
MELLER & HALBE,
3-104 Khiu Stmt ieir Alul.e.j SI.
N. F. BU11GESS,
CAl'lPJSXTElt AiYD JSUJLDEJt, 1
, Respectfully announces to the public that
he hat purchased the
Uiiklnesv seemly conducted by Mr. G. M. Lake, at
No. 84 King street, whlcli will be under the management
of his ron IS. P. BURGESS.
1 he Express will attend the arrival ol every steamer
and promptly deliver
I'KlilGIIT, PACKAGES & 1JAGGACE,
In Honolulu and vicinity.
FTJItlSriTTJRB Ss 3?I.AJXrOS
Moved with tare.
HE, ALSO, HAS PURCHASED THE
Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water,
HusircssVrelolore kept by Mr, J. W. Hingley,
No. 84 King street, wl.lcll will be conducted by. his
sou, (J. W. BURGESS, and where evcrvthini! in
the line of SMOKERS' ARTICLES can be tound, ol
the best quality,
'I haukins the public for p 1st favors and guaranteeing
to promptly execute, nil orders in cither line of busi
ness, ui rcasonaoie fnarges vomu r. spectiuuy solicit a
share or public p.it"onige.
flJlee Telephone Nn. Hit).
Itealrience Telephone No, I3'J
No, 84 King Street, Honolulu,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
BOOTS Szi SHOES,
" FRENCH DRESSING.
No 80 1'ort Stroot, Houolulu. II. I.
SZT The largest and belt assortment otf
Ladles , Gentlemen's and Cliildreu'a
Boots, Shoes, Slippers, Dancing Pumps, etc.
To be found on the Islands.
Prices as ,luw at elsewhere for similar quality 01
goodt. Island orders solicited and prtmptl) executed.
ENNER & Co.,
Have re-opened at the old stand No. 91 Fort street,
with a new and carefully selected aiock of
Gold Chains and Guards,
Slecva Dtittoiis, Studs, &c,
Ladles would do wcl 10 call and examine our stock ol
Uiiceltts, Drouche, Lockets, Enlngs, etc.,
which were especially selected to suit the
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
I lie making branch of our business we regard as nn
important one, and all jobs entiusted to ut will
be executed In a manner secon 1 to none.
Of every description done to order. Particular atl.n
tion is yM tu or !eru and Job work from tL
. ether bland.. ,
No. JVS mul 1.10 Vori Street.
(o.'roSITR UOUu's 8TA0LK1.)
W. H. PAGE. Proprietor
IT Carriages of all descriptions made to order on
molt favorable terms. 1
The closest attention given to repairs of all kinds.
All work guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Saratoga House !
00 Hotel St. itoar Library Building
FIRST-CLASS D0ARDJ1V Till: WEEK,
MONTH. OR TRANSIENT.
Special accommodations for Ladies and Families.
Reading Parlor with Dally Papers open for the
guests of the House.
'the Coolest Dining Rooms In the city, NO FLIES.
G. J. WALLER,
5a BUTCHER fij
To tlio UVoiit.
A GREAT BOON TO HONOLULU PUBLIC.
IIF.CK, VEAL, MU1T0N,
LAMP. PORK AND FISH
Kept for four da) s after being killed, by Dell-Cole-man
Patent Dry Air Refrigerator. Guaranteed lo
keep longer after delivery than fresh killed mean. To
be had at any of MR. WALLER'S MARKETS and
On King Street.
tZT MEAT FOR ?ALK ALL DAY. T&
1ST Thanking the public for Ut favors, 1 solicit
continuance of the same. . G.J.WALLER.
Our Journal In the Pacific x
Jarves' History of the Hawaiian Islands.
Andrew's Hawaiian Dictionary.
. Andrew's Hawaiian Grammar. 1
Wiutney's Guide Hook.
Mit. llird's Six Months In the .Sandwich Islands.
Miss Gordon Cumming's Fire Fountain
Hawaiian Almanac and Annuals
Hawaiian Cook Ilook revised edition.
Hawaiian Phrase Hooks.
Easy Lessons for Hawaiian.
W011KS OUT OF PlilNT
A Few Copie3 Only.
Hawailin Club Papers.
Honolulu Directory and Historical Sketches of tie
Hassinger's Custom I louse Tariff and Digest,
'lhe Islinder an 8 vo. weekly lournal, March to
Together with an eicclle.it variety of
For sale at
143-148 - I'ort St Store,
Now lu stock, with additional Eastern invoice ten
route. A fine variety of the
CONNECTICUT VALLEY MILLS1,
Cap, Lecal, Letter, Note and Bill Piper,
Assorted weights. Also Marcus Ward's ltlli Linen
I lat Folio and Note paper, plain, or can be'
' ruled up to suit any older.
At Tiros! o. hum's
LEGAL CAP PERFECTION PADS,
HODDER'S LETTER PADS,
Letter, Cap and Note Blocks of first quality paper.
Legal Cap, Letter and Note U locks of ,ruled
Manilla taper, plain Memo, and Note
blocks, M. & II. form blocks
for mils, Statements,
Or Paper PUT UP In AMY FORM Desired
At TltOS. O. Tit HUM'S
MFnciMNr Strkut anu Fort SriwBT Storks.
FaUBR's AfcSORTED PUMIOLUCKS. i
FAIIEK'S ANTl. NERVOUS PENHOLDERS
f Rubber Holders, Cork Holders, Ivory and Ebony
Holders KOld mounted. Ivory and Ilono
Folders and Taper Cutlers, Fader's Tablet
Erasers, Denlson's Velvet Erasers,
Cry stal Rubber, Rubber in vv ood
pencil shape. Thumb Tacks,
Pencil Protectors, Rubber
Hands of various
sues, etc., etc.,
For Sale eti 27 MS: II. TUltUM'S ,
Merchant Strkbt anu Fokt Stkwji Stokbs
PTC, ETC. ETC.
VISITING CARDS, PrAVING CARDS, SLA'lE
and double. Duplex cap and letter .clips,
bhipman's Letter, Cip and Invoice Files, Rub.
ber Copying Sheets, Cop) ing Brushes,
Uampenlng Uovtls, inkstands t'aper
Weights, Scalmir Wax black and
red, Paper I nsteners, I.e.
al and Notarial Sells, Mooru's Olctteni, Uloitlng
Pads, Programme lavsels, Key Kliig, Pins,
Silk 'I avtc. Pink Tape, together vv nil the
THOUSAND AND ONE OTHER ARTICLES
usually found In-well appointed Stationery Stores,
now in itoik consisting of '
IA!VaJSllS,JOUltNALS, 1A i'S ttud CASH
full bound, In Demy and Medium Slics. "
Ledgers, Journals and Records,
Ifalf Round, In Cap, Demy and Medium Sites.
Cap Long Day Books anil Single Entry Day
half bound. Two third Day Hooks, Narrow
Order Rooks. '1 rial Il.dance Hooks,
Cash llook s, Qto. Records
, roR SAl"2 At
TIIOS. a. T1I.UU.WS',
MniicjiANi STiaar anq Four Str'sv Storm W
lWrORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OP SALE.
Dy dliectlon of ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT, fthe
mortgigee ramed in a ceitnln Indenture of Mongsge
dated the i)thday of April, 1883, made by John Meek
to said Alex J Cartvriight, I am directed to fll at
Pulille Auction on SA'lUKDAYl THE 19th DAY OF
SEPTEMIIKK, 1883, at n M., at my salesroom In
Honolulu, all that certain piece or parcel or land situate
at Walkane, Koolaupoko, Oahu, being a portion of
Roal Patent No. U8, Kuttana Hclu 5910, and dei.
cribed nv follow l
He man loi kald me ke kula I', hoomaka ana ma Id
kllii Hon. c pili ana me ke alahaka me ke Alanui
.lupiinl, a me ka auwai o Kuiliili a e holo ana Ak. I)H'
Kom. 755 pauku pill Alanui Aupuni. Ak. 3W Kom.
78 pauku ; nlaila Ak. 61 II Ik. c oki ana I keia kuleana
tC pauku pili la Puka Hem. 33 Hik. 9; pauku pUl
l'ukaj Hem. aa8' Hik. 900 pauku e oki anxika
auwai. Hem, ji' Hik. 663 pauku full Nakea, Hem.
tjii' Kom. 317 pili I ka auwai o Knihili a hikt I
ke kllii rnua, a maloko oia 3.49 I.ka, and bcirig the
same premises col.vejed to said John Meek by deed of
Malaca Kaihuotua and Kala her huvband
And ulso all that certain pcice or parcel of land situate
on I'ort St, In Honolulu aforesaid beinj the mauka
portion of the parcel of land cuuip.Ised In Royal Patent
No. 1634 as the same is now in the occupation of the
said John Meekanl fenced and entloied, and being
the same premises convejed to said John Meek by
deed of Mary Kahalcluli and J. W. kalkalnahacle of
rerord In I lber 41, on page4 361 & 361,
Foe further partlculals enquire of
. i. ADAMS, Auctioneer, "
Or Cnctt. IlitovvN, Attorney for Jfongogee.
Regular Cash- Sale !
On THURSDAY, SEPT. 3rd,
at 10.. Kt.i at our Salesroom, will be sold at auction,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Crockery, Glass and Tinware, .Sacks Sugar, Cab.
Potatoes, Uarrels Fresh Salmon, etc., etc.
LroNs & Ltivnr,
3i - ltlC(0(ll'.
Sugar Bags at Auction.
On FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER litis,
At out Salesroom, at 17 noon, we will sell at Tabllc
Auction for account of whom itmay concern
50,000 Sugar Bags
IN GOOD ORDER.
, LYONS .fc LliVVV,
, $uWl gjaito.
NOTICE OP INTEN.
Notice Is hereoy given that purs lant to a power of
tale contained In a certain mortgage deed, uatcd the
nth day of March, 1885, made by I. EL MU.N cf
Honolulu. Island of Oahu, to W. A. KINNEY, etal.,
of said Honolulu, of record in lhe tlUcc cf the
Registrar of Convcances in Iilrc6, on pages 147 and
148; and for a breach of the conditions in said mo.t
deed contained to wit t the nonpamnl thereof,
latalltlie interest of said Lee Mun in the picmises
described in said mertgage deed, will after the time
luniteil bv1 law. be sotd(i,t public auction, 011 account ct
the breach of the condition as hereinbefore mentioned.
The property in said mortgage described beintwo
leases of land on Smith's Lane in said Honolulu con-si,
ting pf of land descilbcd In Uo)al .Patent
rai L. C. A. 149 to Kawubakul. 'lhe first lease being
described in assignment from Kekuinu to Lee Mur, cf
record in liber 70. on age 313 and expiies
31ft, A. D. j8S8, and the second being an extens on lo
lease tortcn years irom tne expiration c tlic lOimcr
anu 01 recoru in liber 80 on paes 470 and 471.
KINNEY fc PLTl.RfcOtf.
In accordance.uith the desire of manv natrons, and
to meet the exigent es of the time. the undersigned will
htreafier render and collect all accounts monthly,
J. M. OAF, JR., & CO-,
T G. Ill RUM.
LLWIS fc CO.,
wi'sr, dow 6j co.,
I RANK GER1Z,
S.J. LEVEY & CO,,
A. L. SMITH,
II. ti CO.
DAILY HONOLULU PKESS
Honolulu, Sept. 1, 88s. 331-360.
We the undersigned, have this day formed
.irtnershlD under the firm name of HOP WO COM
PANY, for the purpose of onductlng the. restaurant
business. We have purchased the Astor Housk
RnSTALRANt un Hotel street, and fiom and after this
date the business will be conducted by us entirely, '
August 36, 1833, HOP WO COMPANY.
Tins' Poeular Bindery, located at
107 Fort Street, will be able In its set-
tied quarters loUoevenmoresatislctory
work than that which has gained it such
liberal patronage and. such willing
preciation from the Honolulu trade.
It' Adveriises No Specialities,
but is able to do all sorts, sizes,
and conditions of Book-binding,
Ruling, Lettering, and Paper cutting
as well as in San Francisco, and ar
moderate prices. - , r' '
At This Complete ..Bindery
newspapers, magazines, pamphlets, and
sheet music are neatly and pimply or
elegantly and sumptuously' bound, as
taste and" pocket may detliund. , Old
book's aie catefully and firmly rebound.
AM. Dlscripiions.. of Blank-Books
.are made to ofder at as low
rates as are consistent with .
work. The Bindery is .now, using
Weston's " Record " and ','Ledgei
paper for nil first-class work. A large
nvoicc of this justly celebrated .tock
lias just been received fioln New York.
Orders Leit At the -Merchant
Street Siore will have Prompt
.- v .
i. - Ll
J P. ! i'iVk stjfft ' m ti . . o I ,t .. .'I 1 1', t a r. ,iivi ..itfll .,.