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"Will bo fof mlo Mully t ilio
J. Ad OAT, Jr. & Co Merc unit ttr
T 0. 1HRU.M v t run jt
N, I HURGI.SS . I ' i" .-eel
WOLFE & CO Cor. King ami Nuuanu tu
a j. MtiTvuniY .,....: iiotei
l'lro Ccittt per Copif.
During Tuesday nftcrnodnf n horse
ran away withV large cart on Alapai
Next week Major H, C. Dane of
Boston will yiVc n scries of lectures at
the Y. M, G. A. Hall.
Mr, James Castle and family are
rusticating at Waikiki for a month, in
Mr. W, W. Hall's Cottage.
Engine Co. No. i held a business
meeting last night in their aujdience hall
at the Engine house on King street.
The Government, it is said, will fix
the Insane Asylum road some time
this year perhaps. It ought- to be
fixed before election. "
The rubbish around Fishcl's new
store was. removed yesterday and the
building now present? a neat and at-.
People miss Mr. Bcrgcr and his
boys during their vacation. The departure
of the Alameda Tuesday
seemed almost gloomy without "Aloha
There will be a Regular Meeting of
the Trustees of the Honolulu Library
and Reading Room Association, at the
Library Hall, this Evening, at 7 :3o
The circus gives a performance for
the benefit of Kaumakapili church tonight.
It will be given under roya'
patronage and "deserves to be largely
A salute was fired from the shore
battery at noon yesterday in honor of
the birth day of H. R. H. Piiuress
Lydia Kamakacha Liliuokalani (Mrs
At the regular monthly meeting of
Engine Company No. 2 held last night
the foreman appointed Mr. E. R. Ryan
on the fire police force in place of
Mr." Lyons of Lyons & Levy has
moved into Mr. Campbell's large house
Beretania street lately occupied by
Mr, S. Roth, who has moved into his
new house on the plains.
It would be fitting if our police force
would chase the straggling Chinamen
away who hang along the .sidewalk
"waiting for something" on Fort street
above the tesidence of Mrs. Love.
Mr. E. H. Thomas states that the
new Police Station will be finished In
about ten-weeks. Work will be resumed
on the return of the -Alameda
which will biing the finishing materials.
Tuesday afternoon a native boy was
seen leaving the residence of Mr. J. F.
Brown on King street; shortly afterwards
a sum of money was missed rorn the
house, which, it is supposed, was taken
by the boy.
Mr. Willie Smith, at one time an employee
on the Saturday Press, lias
bought out the cigar and lemonade
stand on Hotel street next to Lewis &
Co's grocery. Willie keeps good cigars
and cool drinks.
The new Chinese club building on
King street will be completed in about
sii: weeks. The walls of the second
story are. almost finished and the front
vall of pressed brick presents a
Mr, J. H. Paty sent a fine
Hereford heifer to the Kawailoa
ranch yesterday evening. This animal
was imported several inonths ago froniVmally opened. About 500 invitations
the New Zealand Stock and Pedigree have ,eun ibsued for lhe promenade.
Co., and is valued at $35.
The sidewalks in Chinatown are in
a deplorable condition. If it would do
any good, the attention of the authorities
would be called to them. As it is,
mention will not be made. Let them
go, i. e. let them R. I. P, up.
Mr. "B. F. Dillingham brought some
samples of coffee plant into this office
yesterday morning which be gatheied
from the Woodlawn Dairy ranch.
Theplants were fresh,' vigorous, and
full ot green berries. Mr.' Dillingham
states that coffee was once plpnted on
the mnch and now grows wild on
the ridgtvj and in the gulches,
Genial Hob Dickson of Kawailoa
ranch paid Honolulu a short vhit Saturday
and remained with us until Monday
evening. Come again Bob and
call at this office j the fine lunch you
gave us hungry scribes that day at the
ranch house will never be foigotten.
The famous Irish bull follows the
star of civilization westward., Yestei
day afternoon a
rushed into his father's store on an
errand and shouted : " Has my father
been heic since lie went out last r
Mr. II. Barber, the propiietor of the
Saratoga House hat, been quite ill since
last Sunday, It is to be hoped that lfis
smiling face will be seen among, his
cuests ere lone. Mr. Barbel U the
heavy weight of the Post Qbit Literary
The steamer Likclike will sail her
trial trip to-day, Mr. Wilder has invited
a number of our prominent citizens
who will make their bow, pay tri
bute to old Neptunus and return with
the steamer if the engines arc
enough to bring so much genial
Quite a large holc exists- in the
planking of the bridge on Beretania
street near Mr, Bcrtclman's, A danger
signal, breast high, warned the public
yestciday, but it would be a dangerous
obstruction to vehicles or individti ls
During the "last two days Williams,
the photographer, has been engaged in
photographing the royal jewels of Ilis
Majesty. The jewels are contained in
about 50 cases and include the royal
decorations received by His Majesty
from foreign courts.
Yesterday morning about eight o'clock
a native riding into town" rode over a
Chinaman and wheel-barrow on King
street above Liliha street. China, Hawaii,
the bronco, atid the oldest
of civilization were all mixed
up in a furious struggle to get on top.
Forenoon bathing parties to Waikiki
arc becoming quite fashionable lately.
Several carriage loads representing
beauty, youth, and wealth went to Waikiki
yesterday morning, for a dip in yc
briny. More will follow happy mortals
1 who do not have to work this
Tuesday afternoon, while Mrs. F. A.
Schaefer was driving with her little girl
on Nuuajni street, above the second
bridge, some part of the harness broke
and the horse became unmanageable
and was trying to run away, when lie
was caught by passers by and an acci
dent was prevented.
A petition was circulated yesterday
among the residents of Palama praying,
that the' authorities put n stop to the
hrac snrinc and overflow ditch situated
near the Insane Asylum being used for
purposes of bathing and washing
clothes. The petition provided that u
system of fines be established for any
violation, of its provisions.
We hear complaint-from the suburbs
of the wholesale slaughter of doves and,
other feathered friends of the gardener;
several young lads, chiefly natives,
prowl about the swamps -at Kapalama
and Kalihi to shoot birds, As they are
u nliccnscd, here is a oood haul for the
police. As this is pro lono publico
native papers please copy.
The Mutual Telephone Company
held an informal meeting yesterday.
The reports show that the rccejpts
have exceeded the expenses for the last
quarter about $900. It' is proposed to
pay the present debt of the company by
selling a portion of the remaining
1,800 shares of the r apilal stock. The
members were not in favor of consolidating
with the other company.
"Yesterday afternoon, about half-past
thice o'clock, a middle-aged native
man, while under the influence of
liquor, was thrown from his horse on
Nuuaitu street, at the intersection of
Judd street. ' His head struck a
stone, rendering him insensible for -a
time, and cutting a scalp- wound back
of. his, car. 'He was taken to the
Station-house where Dr. Henri Mc
Grew dressed the wound.
Since the mango days haw passed
away and the average Hawaiian small
boy cannot any longer throw sticks,
stones and other missiles into the tices
to bring the fruit to cord), lie utilizes'
his time along Jhe variqus streets throw
ing at posts, floweis, dogs, goats, or anything
else that offers a mark. Sometimes
he stretches a string across the
sidewalk and sometimes he gets kicked;
but he is forever good natilred about it
he was born so.
Mr. Fislicl's grand opening Which
was to have taken place next Saturday
evening has been ' postponed to more
fully arrange the display of new good.
ThC opening will take place next Tuesday
or Wednesday as will be fin ther announced.
An exhibition and promenade
cpneett will be held at the stote on
the evening preceding the opening. No
irnnrK will hn sum niali t hr srnro i tor.
Yesterday afternoon the Prince's
Own Guard held a luau at the armory
out of compliment lo Princess
There were many of the
Princess' friends present besides the
company and officers. Governor
Dominis was among those present and
left the armory auout five o'clock.
Mrs. Dominis also gave a luau in
the afternoon at Waikiki to those who accompanied
her on the late trip to
NihOat Both parties wore. highly en'
juyiunt., ittiu iuici suliui viiiuuauiaui
As the steamer City of Sydney left
tho whaif last Monday morning, an
incident of "missed the boat, you
know," was witnessed by a large crowd
of spectators. Soon alter the steamer
had left the wharf and was out in the
stream, preparatory to steatning through
the channel, a lady and gentlemen who
were passengers from the Colonics came
hurriedly upon the wharf. Ther were
no available boats ab,out to carry them
to the steamer, with the exception of a
native j anoe. If was a question of
cafloe or nothing, so" they chose the
former, The water was six or seven
feet from the wharf, and the lady, after
a little hesitation, bravely turned about
and lowered herself into the canoe,
The steamer by this time was out in
the channel, but the captain "tooli in
the situation and stopped the vessel
until they boarded her, ' ,
Regular Cash Slo nt Auction room nf
Lyonik Levey at 10, a, m, .
Noon-day prayer ineelini; at Y, M C. A.
at I2i 25.V.M.
Mystic Lodge K. ofP. at 7130 p, m,
Fryer's circus at 8. p.m.
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DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1885
Vessels Expected (rum l'orcti;n Port.
HoNciKONG, Haw brig AtLin Kowc. Holland
Duo Oct 25-30.
San FrfANdisco, 1 taw stmr Plan ter. l
Cameron. Due Oct 1-5.
San Francisco, Ilrit s s Zealandia . . . r. . t
WUber. Due Sept. 5. lltis'sfeld & Co,,
San Francisco, Haw. briq Hazard
Goodman. Due at llllo Aug. .18.
Liverpool, Ilrit. It Tuwtlu Jones
Due Sept. 8-13. t.II.Davic & Co.,AeU.
Glasoow, Hrit. bk Lizzip. InnnAix.Ircdale
Due Nov. 15-20 F. A. Schaefer & Co.,
New York, Am. Ik Martha Davis
Uenson. Due Nov. 1-5. C. llrcwer &
Four Townseno, Am. bktne Ilikitat, . . .
Cutler. ' Due Aug. 27-30. IlackleUl &
Port Townseno' Am. bk HorK
Pcnhallow, Due Sept. 5; to. Lesvcrs &
1'opt Ulaki.lf.y, Am. bgtnc Courtney
Ford.. Miller, Din Sept. 1-3.
San Francisco, Am. schr Hosairo . ..Swift
Due at Kahului Sept. 1-3.
New York, Nor. bk Lovsprino Thompson.
Due Nov.20 25. Casclc& Cooke Agts,
LIVERPOOL, Uiit. bk Ciiilena Davics
, To sail in Aug. T. U.D.wies & Co.Agnt.
San Francisco, s s Mariposa..... I fay ward
Due Sept. 8. W. G. Irwin & Co., Agents,
Portland, Or, Am. bk Ale-en Bessie
O'LUien. Due Nov. 1-5. K.W. Laine Agt.
Hongkong, Brit, s s Mount Lebanon
Maxwell. Due Aug, 27-30.
Esquimalt, II. B. M.C6NSTANCE.. Doughty
Due Sent. 1
San Francisco, Am. Selu
och. Due at Kaliulul Sept. 5-10.
Post Hlakeley, Am. bktne Amelia
, Newhall. Duo Sep. 20-25. Allen 5:
Jaluii", Haw. srhr Jennie Walker,..,....
Aiuicrwn. Due Nov. Pacific
Bremen, Ger. bk C. K. Bislior
Due Nov. 5-10. H. Ifackfeld & Co.,
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
Bgtnc Claus spreckels Drew
Bktne Ella , . Howe
Bk Tiios K Foster Hugg
Bk Fresno Lewis
Bktne Mary Winkelman ....Backus
Wednesday, September 2
Stmr James Makcc from Waialua and Kauai
Schr Kalamanu from Kohalatcle
Wednesday, September 2
Sch Leahl for llanaicl
Bktne Discovery for San Francisco
vessels lea visa this da iv
Thursday, September 3
Sell Mile Morris for Etta
Stmr Likctikc for Maul
"TrotTi San Francisco p:r bktnt Mary Winkelman,
Tuesday, September I Mrs Wagner &
For San Francisco per bktne Discovery,
Wednesday Scnlcmber 2 G W Kirn? & wf.
II Udcli, J UStew.
For Knual potts tier stmr Inalatii, Tuesday,
September 1 Dr I Iv Smith, Mks J Smith,
Miss A Tanes, T H Gibson. E F Uishon, Cant
J Kims, J 11 Alexander, W II Purvis, II I
MiMman. S lacaulcy, Judge S V Maioho,W
Dole, II Dole & 57 deck,
For Maui nnd Hawaii per stmr W G Hall,
Tuesday bcutembcr t S M Damon, Major A
Rosa, Miss L Napoleon. Mts T Kodanct.
Marshall II Sopcr, Miss Foster, S Decker, C
W Spitz, Mrs M Kamaknu, Mrs J II llrownell,
Miss L Kukahiko, E A DielcnberR, W L
M Syla, T K Roberts, P McCray &
157 deck, x
For Maui and Hawaii per stmr ICinau, Tues
day, September 1 Hon Sam Parker wf, & son
niiMies raruer, uirs u 11 uaner, .urs u
Miss M Hoopii, Miss E Danials, Col
C P Iaukca, V G Irwin, Jno A Huck, Miss M
Wilder, Miss Wells, Mn Uurgett, H
J Smith, A More, A II bmilh, C Uolle,
Miss Dougherty, Miss Fitzsimmons, Miss IC
Dunn, R W Putmann & wf. II Dickson, Miss
Taylor, Rev 1 Goodeil, S C Uishop, Miss Jj
limine, u r aaitnuers, it Kouman, tiro
obcph, Rev Father Leonorc, Pro J Guilinus,
Urn William & 193 deck.
For San Francisco pel steamer Alameda,
Tuesday September, 1 II S Hiutwell
and family, Mrs Capt Newell, Mrs G
Howard, Mrs F F Lunsing & 2 ch, Godfrey
Rhodes & wf, TR -Foster, A Ilrown, Mrs b
II Dole, J .Vmmons Rtv F A Ueckwiih,
Signer A Farini, A J llaldwin wf & ch, II A
Voss, A Herbert, Mrs J W Smith, Miss J
Smith, MChapin & wf, J F McKenzie,
Simmons, Mrs M Gillnun, Miss Mabel Hart-well,
S Roth, Miss L Gourney. Steerage
M Lee Monte, V Costa, J Mrs R
Costa & daughtei, J Costa, Mrs F W Wilson,
.Mrs rriiett 2 en, w U uamnrk, l' ivanisKy,
F Lutswickc, II Ilodgson, Gro llobbi, J
Rodri(ues ti wf, L Glilnder, C E Hanson, L
Kaulawa, P Bergscn, A R lai, L A Scott, J
i: G It Taluit.
Vox San Francisco per bktne Discovery,
Wednesday, September 2-11 Ilackfeld & Co,
S19S7 bags sugar, 20 pes canvass; C Afong,
1,589 bogs sugar; Uoflschlaeger & Co, 285
bans sugar I II Brums, :oo Mils mola,sses; C
W King, lo pkgs household effects.
The bktne Mary Winkelman has moved to
the O. S. S, wharf.
The steamer James Makee brought 2,003
bagijhugar fiom Uanalei.
Tlie schooner Ki)lanian,u broucht 2,00 bags
sjgar from Kohajalele. ( ' 4
The bktne Discovery sailed for San Francisco
)csleid.ty. Having a. fair wind sha
sailed out, Bibcock pilot. She had four passengers.
She looif 7,834 bags sugar, 200 bbls
molasses valued at $7,175.00
Tlie marine railway is proving very
The steamer I.ikelike was on ihu railway
last Tttedity, the steamer James I, Dow.
vsUt, which returni on Friday evening from
(Mtjlokai, will go on the railway on Saturday
mornii.g, and tlie strainer Kinan on Tuesday.
The stmr Likclike will go Ojihcrtrhl trip
to Knhului to-day, returning on Saturday.
Captain Lorcnzen, vvho Is in San Francisco,
alums by lhe steamer MarIpoi, when he
will take command of her. The knowing ones
nlpng the Water front affirm that the Like
like will equal the Kinan in upeed.
ptorJffnr'irjH'iTJif fil'" 1-I--' i- -.. . ,,
Steam Navigation Comp'y,
Stmr. '. O. JlttH (Mnlulanl)
Will run regularly to MaaUea, Maul, and Kona and
Steamer Planter (Llllnoo)
Camkros.. ' ..,.. Commander
every Tuesday at 3 p. v. for Nnwlllwill,
K0I01. Eleele and Vnimcn. Keturnimr. will leave
Nawlllwili every Saturday at 4 r. M arriving at Hom
ulu, every Sunday a( 3 A. M. In
Steamer Iwalant, of
FresmaN,.hli..iii ii. .Commander
Will rur, regularly lo Itamoi, Maul, and
llonokaa and I'aauhau, Hawaii.
Steamer C. Jt. lilsiop,
Macauluv... .in Commamlr
I.eatct every Saturday at 9 a 11. for Waianae.
Oahu, and Ilanalet and Kilauea, Kauai. Returning,
eavevllanalei every TJeday at 4 r. (., and touching
At Waialua and Waiinae Wednesday, and arriving at
Honolulu tame day at 4 r. H.
' Steamer Tame Makcc.
Will nil regularly to Kapaa, Kauai.
ti'fw Ilouto tu the Yolrano.
Through Tickets to the Volcano and return, can noV
be had at the uNiee or the Inter-island bteam Navigation
Co. Toumt and other leaving Honolulu per
Steamer "W. G, H.ill " will be landed at Punaluu,
where a first-class Hotel U now opened for the accommodation
nf traveler i by Railroad to 1'ahala,
thence by Stage Coach lo Half-way House, where
Hore anil Guides will be In attendance to convey
them to the Volcano.
Ily thi route, the round trip can be made In 7 days,
givini: 1 d y and j nights at the Volcano.
Tickets for the round trip,. Includes Convejances,
Guides, Hoard and Lodging, $60.00.
1'or further naviculars Inoulre at the office of Inter
island .Steam Navigation Co , Honolulu,
J. UNA, T. FOSTER,
343-204 Secretary. President.
LDER'S STEAMSHIP CO
ROUTE AND TIME TABLE
rim vcr.vj a
Kino . Commander
Leave! as per flawing schedule : Touching at
Lahaini, Mftilnfi, MaKena Mabukona, Kawtlhae,
Laapahoelioc, Hilo.tnd Keauhou,
Tuesday, September r,.., Hilo and way Ports.
luesuay, aepteoiDcr o, volcano ana way rens.
Tuesday, September 15 llllo and way I'ortt
Tuesday, September i, Volcano and way Ports,
Tuesday, September sg, llllo and way Forts,
Davies , Commander
Leaves Monday at 4 r. st for'Kaunakakal,
Huelo, liana and Kipalmlu ; and for Keanae,
and Nuu every other eek. Returning will stop
at the above ports, arriving back Saturday mornings.
'tor mail and passengers only.
IltK KIT, A VISA 1IUU.
Loaves resuhrly for I'aauliiu, Koliolalele, Ookala,
Kukatau, llonohina, LauiiaVoehoe, Halalau and Ono-
,, , Commander
Leaves rack M011 lay at 5 r. m. for KnunaUakal, Kit
iniln, I'ukoo, Iibalna, Moahul, llalaa, Wailau, Tele
unu and Kalmpapa. Returning leaves Pukoo Friday
Panuhor Honolulu, arriving Saturday ruorn'ng.
S. G. W1LDLR, 1'res. S. n. ROSD, Sec'y.
Conttinu 11 ml Commt(on Agent.
Ccrmt QUUEN & NUUANU Struts, Honolulu
Regular vessels for the ports ol
Maliko on Maul
Laupahothoe, Honomu. PauVaa and llllo on
Koloa, Hanapepe and Walmea on Kauai, and
Waialua on Oahu,
And anv'other ports when InuucementsolTer.
Persons having freight for any part of the islands to
be forwarded from ban Francisco by way of Honolulu,
or direct shipments from Honolulu will do well to en.
quire first f the Pacific Navigation Co., before making
Goods intended for shipment by any of our vessels
receive! and stored free of charge ll our fire-proof
hmlding at any time. Apply to the captains oa board,
or to A. F. COOKE,
mtf Manager Pacific Navigation Co.
HJoft Steislp Company.
New Route to the Volcano!
Tlie steamer KINAU, King, Commander will Irave
IlnniluluunTuesdiy, June 33rd, for Keauhou, the
New Volcano LanJing, and thereafter upon the first
Tuesday after the arrival ol the Alameda itnd Mariposa,
due hero the 8 h and jjiU of each month.
We otTcr passengers niioucil ticki'TS for the sum
of FIFTY IIOLI AKS ALL C1IAKGK3 PAID allowing pas-
sen;trs twenty-four hours' time at the Volrano House,
11111I rcturnli'g to Honolulu on Sunday morulng.
Only fuuatriis siriis fkos tub stsamhk to tub
Vou-ANO, oyer a good road less than half the dis
tance 01 any otner route.
(fcOn nil trips except Volcano trips, the KINAU will
run her regulcr timetable, golno to llilo and ieturn
ing to Honolulu nt 10 a. M. Saturdays, On Volcano
ttips passengers from Laupahoehoe piust take the
stunner on the up trh. Passengers can remain on
hoird or stop over nt llilo until Taiilay at 0 A. si,, as
All fuithcr p irllculars given at the otlicc of
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Honolulu, juuo 13, 18 1 tf
IO.v SAN FRANCISCO,
C. lIUEWElt ,t COMPANY, Aueixte.
iMerchandibu iccclvcd Storage Tree, and liberal cash
advances made on shipments bv this me.
BRUWEK & Lo.
37 Kiliiv Stbeiit, Boston,
AOEXTS OP IIAll'.lIIAN PACKETS.
tlanerttl CoiiiinnaUm Agentt.
Special attention given to the puriliatlng of gouJi for
the Hawaiian trade. Frcipht at lowest raiu.
.'l.tf ,.tWf4WW''''l HAi
Crystal Soda Works,
- manufacturers or
Aoratod Watoro of All Kinds, Fruit
Syrups and Essonoos.
Our Goods ate acknowleged the II EST. NO CORKS
WE USE PATENT STOPPERS
In all Lmr Pottles.
tST We Invite particular attention to our Talent
Filter, receetly introduced, by which all waters used
our manufactures Is absolutely freed from nil
iW We deliver cur Goods free of charge to all parti
Careful attention paid to Islands Orders. Address i
'THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS,
P. O. UOX, 39;, HONOLULU. II. I.
Telephone No. 298.
Orders left with Benson, Smith & Co., No. tt Fort
Street, will reclve prompt attention.
We also, are agents for the sale of J. W. Ilingteys
Of his own manufacture. -3
The undersigned having ten duly appointed ad'
mlnistrator of the estate of Robert C. Austin, late of
Honolulu, deceased, all persons having claims Piatmt
the said estate are hereby notified that thtr must
nresent the tame to the undersigned within six nv nlhs
from the date of this notice or they will be forever
barred; and all persons indebted ti said estate are requested
to make Immediate payment to me,
A, P. PETERSON,
Administrator, with the will anneaed, of the estate
of Robert C Austta.
Honolulu, September a, 1883. 3-to-97-94
No. 33 Hotel Street, Orr, Empire Saloon.
Makes and repairs all kinds of
From and after this date Mr. JAMES F. MOROAN
will have an Interest In my
AVCTldy AND COMMISSION
business, which -will 'be carried on undir the Era
name o -
E. IP. AJ3A.MS cs CO.
Honolulu, September 1, 1883. iw
Regular Cash Sale !
Ou FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th.,
At 10 o'clock A. St., at my Salesrooms,
Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries.
, ALSO AT IO A. St.,
A LOT OF FURNITURE.
K. r. A DA. lis.
TOR SALE OR TO LET.
Furnished or unfurnished, the residence of the late
ludge Austin, Nuuanu Avenue Enquire of
361.11 Overllisiio? & Co's Hank.
All accounts overdue the Satukdav Pess are desired
to be settled Immediately. All unexpired subscriptions
or advertisements will oe compicica oy 111c sjany
Press. T. 6. THRUM.
MANAOIR S VriRUAY J'RESS.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
We take pleasure in announcing that, in addition to
our COM1CTIONER.Y ANU Cakk IIUSINtiS, we will
open on SA1 UKDAY, At'Kll. 3S.ui, an
ICE CREAM PAHLOE
Which has been neatly fitted up to meet the require,
ments of our trade.
Our ice cream will be only of superior quality, made
of g:nulne cream Irom the Woodlawn DaiiiY with
whom we have arranged to supply us regularly
with pure, cream, which, having Irequently te ted,
enables us to guarantee a fir.tilass article, of Ice
crean equal tu that made In any of the large cities.
The fallowing varieties of Ici CkEAtl and less will
be furnished at our opening, and several other varieties,
if our trade will utlty It,
VANILLA, COFFEE GLACE,
ORANGE AND bTRAWHEKRY.
Parlfes supplied any day except Sunday. Tho
wishing Ice Cream for Sunday must lease their oiders
on Saturday before 9 r. n , wlilrh will be delivered
be'ore 10 a. U. Sunday. The creams will be packed
so that they will keep eight hours in a first-class condition.
Hopuig to receive a share of public patronage In ihU
line of our business, and thanking them for their liberal
favors in thu past we remain, respectfully,
MELLER 8c HALBE,
3-304 JCInu Street neiir .llnl.ua St.
00 Hotol St. Jioar Library Bulldliu;
FIRST-CLASS UOARD OY UIE WEEK,
MON Til, OR TRANSIENT
Special accommodations for Ladies and Fjinill...
Reading Parlor with Daily Papers open for the
guests of tlie House...
The Coolest Dining Rooms in the city, NO FLIES,
'360-361 IL HARDER.
fc 'JIyaVtyfjltMW jjVVVl. Impart HaCAT
XTENNER Sc Co.,
Hae re-opened at the old stand No. 91 Fort street,
mill a hew and carefully selected stock of
Gold Chains and Guards,
Sleeve Buttons, Studs, &c,
I.ndies would do well to call and examine our stock ol
Uiacelets, Ilrooche, Lockets, Earrings, etc.,
which were especially selected to suit the
KUKUI -AND SHELL TEWELRY
Made to order.
The repairing branch of our business we regard as an
Important one, and alt jobs entrusted to us will
be eiecuted in a manner second to none.
Of every description done to order. Particular atten
tion is paid to or ten and job work from the
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
BOOTS Sc SHOES,
No 80 Fort Stroot, Honolulu, H. I.
tST The Urges? and best asiortment f
Ladles , Gentlemen's and Children'!
Boots, Shoes, Slippers, Danclnz Pumps, etc.
To be found on the Islands.
Prices as low as elsewhere for similar quality o
goods. Island orders solicited and promptly executed.
N. R BURGESS,
GAltl'liNTER AND BUJLIJEB,
Respectfully announces to the public that
he has purchased the '
Dustnest recently conducted by Mr. G. M. Lake, at
No. 84 King street, which will be under the management
of his son B. F. DURGBSS.1
The Express will attend the arrival ot every steamer
and promptly deliver
KKEI011T, PACKAGES & UAGGAOE,
In Honolulu and vicinity.
a?XTiiisri,rT3rR.3a ee fiaxtos
Moved with care,
HE, ALSO, HAS PURCHASED THE
Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water,
Ilusi, ess heretolore kept by .Mr. J. W. Hingley,
No. 84 Kln street, which will be conducted by his
son, 0. W. BURGESS, and where everslhing in
thriineofSMOKURS' AIUICLLS can be found, ol
the best quality.
'1 hanking the public for pist favors and guaranteeing
to promptly execute all orders in either line of business,
At reasonable charges would r. spectfully solicit a
share of public patronage.
OJllca Telephone Xo. 'JOS.
lletlilenee Telephone Xo. 189
jYo, 84 Kino Street," Honolulu.
Xo. PIS anil 13 O Port Street.
(orrostTK oouu's staslus.)
W. H. PAGE. Proprlotor
XST Carriages of all descriptions made to order on
most favorable terms.
The closest attention given to repairs of all kinds.
All work guaranteed to give sati,factlon.
Our Journal in lhe Pacific.
Jarvcs' History of the Hawaiian Islands.
Andrew's HawalLvi Dictionary.
Andrew's Hawaiian Grammar.
Whitney's Guide Uoolc.
Miss Bird's Six Months In the Sandwich Islands.
Miss Gordon Cummlng't Fire Fountains.
Hawaiian Almanac nnd Annuals
Hawaiian Cook Book revised edition.
Hawaiian Phrase Hooks.
Easy Lessons for Hawaiian!.
W011KS OUT OE PRINT
A Fow Copies Only.
Hawaiian Club Papers
Honolulu Directory and Historical Sketches of the
Ifasslnger's Custom House Tariff and Digest,
'lhe Islander an 8 vo. weekly Journal, March to
Together with an excellent variety of
For sale at ,
TIIOS, 1, TIlllVJPS
345-348 Fort St Store.
Now in stock, with additional Eastern Invoice ten
route. A line variety 01 tne
CONNECTICUT VALLEY M I I. LS,
Cap, Legal, Letter, Note and Dill Pper(
Assorted weights. Also Marcus Waid's liish Linen
Flat Folio nnd Note paper, plain, or can b
ruled up to suit any older.
At tuos, a. in hum's
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TWrORTGAOEH'S NOTICE OP SALE.
Ily direction of ALEX., J. CARTWRIOHT, Iths
inotlgngee named In it certain Indenture of Mortgage
dated the t;th day of April, 1883, made by John Meek
to said lex. J. Cortwright, I am directed to sell at
Public Action on SA1 UKDAY, THE 19th DAY OF
.SF.ITK Mil CH, 1SS5, at 11 SI., ut my salesroom In
Honolulu, all that certain piece or parceloflandsltuat
At Wailiane, Koolaupoko, Oahu, being a portion of
Koynl Patent No. t8, Kuteana Ilelu 5919, and described
He man lol kalo me ke kula E hoomaka ana ma k
klhi Hem. e pili ana Ine ke alahaka me ke Alanui
Auputil, a me kit amtato Kallulla e holoana Ak. o!("
Kom. 755 pauku pill AlanUl Aupunl. Ak. 33!i" Kom.
78 pauku ; alalia Ak. 61' 1 1 Ik. e okt Ana I keu kuleana
t8t pauku pill la Puka Hem. 33 Hik. 97 pauku pill
Puka ; Hem. 1' a 8" Hik. 300 pauku e okl ana I ka
auwal. Hem. t;H Hik. 663 pauku pill Nakea, Hem.
8;U Kom. 37 pauku pill I ka auwal o Kailiill a hikl I
ke kihi miu, a tnaloko oi.i 7.49 Eka, and being the
Same premises conveyed to said John Meek by deed of
Malaci Kaihuolua and Kali lur husband.
And also all that certain pcice or parcel of land situ-'
ate on Port St. in Honolulu aforesaid being the mauka
portion of the parcel of land comprised in Koyal l'atent
io. 1034 as tne same is now in the occupation 01 in
said John Meek And fenced and enclosed, and being
the same premises conveyed to said John Meek ly
deed of Mary Kahalelull and J. W. KalkalnaliAole of
record in Liber 49. on pages 361 & 363.
For further particular enquire of
I). P. ADAMS, Auctioneer,
Or Cecil Drown, Attorney for Mortgagee.
Regular Cash Sale !
On THURSDAY, SEPT. 3rd,
at to A. St., at our Salesroom, will be sold at auctlea.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Crockery, Glass and Tinware, Sacks Sugar, Cats.
Potatoes, Barrels Fresh Salmon, etc., etc
LYOXS J LEVEY,
Sugar Bags at Auction.
On FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th,
At our Salesroom, at 13 noon, we will sell at Public
Auction for account of whom it may concern
50,000 Sugar Bags
IN COOD bRDER.
LYONS A LETKY,
M' tlon to foreclosure.
Notice ti hereby given that pnrsuant to a power of
sale contained in a certain mortgai.e. deed, atted the
nth day of March, t83, made by l.Eh MUN at
Honolulu. Island ofOahu, to W. A, KINNEY, et L,
of said Honolulu, of record in the effice of the
Registrar of Convei auces in liber 96, oa pages 147 and
148: and-for a breach of the conditions In said mort
gage deed contained' to wit : the non-payment thereof,
that all the Interest of said Lee Mun in the premises
described In said mortgage deed, wilt after the time
limited by law, be sold ut public auction, on account ot
the breach of the condition as hereinbefore mentioned.
The properly In said mortgage described being two
leases of land on Smith's Lane in said Honolulu consisting
of one third of land described In Royal Patent
ttaa L. C. A. 149 to Kawahakut. The first lease being
described in assignment from Kckumu to LeeMun, a
record in liber 70, on page 313 and expires December
list, A. D. 18S8, nnd the second being an extenson to
lease for ten years from the expiration of the former
and of record fn liber 80 on pacs 470 and 471.
KINNEY 4; PETERSON,
In accordance with the desire of mans natrons, and
to meet the exigences bl the times the undcrsigntd will
hereafter render and collect all accounts monthly.
r O. THRUM.
LEWIS & CO.,
S. J. LLVEY & CO.,
A. I. SMI III,
It. E. MclNlYRE 4: CO.
DAILY HONOLULU PRESS
Honolulu, Sept. 1, 1SS5. 353-360.
We the undersigned have this day formed a eo.
uaitnership under the firm name of HOP WO COM.
l'ANY, for the purpo.e of conducting the restaurant
business. We have purcliased the Astor Housk
Restaurant on Hotel street, and from and after this
date the business will be conducted by us entirely.
August 36, 1835. HOP WO COMPANY.
This Popular Bindery, located at
107, Fort Street, will be able in its settled
work than that which has gained it such
liberal patronage and such willing
from the Honolulu trade.
It Advertises No Specialities,
but is able to do all torts, sizes,,
and conditions of Book-binding,
Ruling, Lettering, and Paper cutting
as well as In San Francisco, and at
At This Complete Bindery
newspapers, magazines, pamphlets, and
sheet music arc neatly and simply or
elegantly and sumptuously bound, as
taste and pocket may demand. Old
books are carefully and firmly rebound.
All Descriptions of . Blank
Hooks are made to 'order at as low
rates as are consistent with first-class
work. The Bindery is now using
Weston's " Record". and "Ledger'
paper for all work. A large
nvoice of this justly celebrated 'stock
has just been received from New York.
Orders Left at the" Merchant
Street Store will have, Prompt
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