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"Will be ioi u.vlo TJhUy nt tlio
J. M. OAT, Jr. & Col. ........ . . ... . . Merchant street
T. 0. THRUM Fort street
N. r. I1UR0ESS King street
WOLrC&CO ..1. Cor. King and Nuuanu tts
C J. MCCARTHY ...Hotel street
CRYSTAL SODA WORKS '. Hotel strceet
Five Cent 2cf Co;i;,
Street drill last night.
Fun at the Central Park rink to-night.
Marshall Soper enjoyed the luxury of
a runaway day before yesterday afternoon.
A five-year-old boy by the name of
Charlie Young was drowned at Kapcna"
Falls last Saturday afternoon.
It is rumored that every woman who
goes to the Central Park skating rink
to-night will be given an artistic Japanese
Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co. had a
new and elegant sign painted over the
front of their auction rooms' on Queen
Mr. Halstcad is engaged in placing
his new roller mill in position which
was shipped to his Waialua plantation
some two months ago.
Personal in the San 'Francisco Call
of a late date : "Pali 6 p. M. to-day
at Oakland Ferry or some time to-morrow.
Waikiki." It seems Honolulu
has some gay ones who arc learning the
ropes at 'Friscd.
Engine Company, No. i, will give a
grand ball at the Yosemite Skating
Rink next Thursday evening, October
1st. Tickets will be for sale at Oat's
on Merchant street and by the mem;
bers of the company.
Mr. Jules Tavcrnier has been suffering
lately from a severe attack of the
asthma which has confined him to his
room. We are informed by Mr. Wright,
his partner; that he was better last evening
and will be able to be out shortly.
Just at the rear of the Y. M. C. A.
Hall on Alakca street, stands a large
algeroba tree whose branches are overhanging
the side-walk greatly to the annoyance
of pedestrians passing that
way. A few minutes work with a saw
and hatchet would avoid considerable
The Band played an excellent
at Emma Square last night.
There was a fair attendance" and the
concert closed with "God Save the
Queen"-and "Hawaii Ponoi." We
failed to publish the programme in
yesterday's Press owing to the fact
that it was lost after it "reached the
Mr. George Cavenagh of the Astor
House started over the Pali this morning
at three o'clock for a week's vacation
on the Koolau side. Restaurant
men don't often get a vaeation and this
is the first time Mr. Cavenagh has
"been off" in four years. Mr. Allen,
formerly of the Cosmopolitan Restaurant,
will take Mr. Cavenagh's place
while he is gone.
A native in the employ of the I. I.
S. N. Co. almost scared himself to death
Saturday evening He was driving
his. cart loaded with coal along the
Esplanade. When turning into Fort
street the tail-board of his cart dropped
out. A cloud of dust and a loud report
followed and the native leaped
wild-eyed into the middle of the street
to find his coal dumped where the road
supervisor ought to dump stone. The
horse was not at all excited and stood
viewing the native driver, with a look of
The new Chinese Thrcatre in the
old Custom House opened last night to
a fashionable and select audience of
three races I he drama, which represents
a six weeks love affair of a Chinese
mandarin, will take six rnonths to fully
develop the plot. Critics last night
declared that the loye sqene between
the beautiful Miss Ah Shoo and the
gay deceiver Yum Nip was pathetic and
never-to-be-forgotten, The proprietors
only obtained their license yesterday
afternoon and expressed their regret
tha,t they were unable to " whoop" a
a firsi class show on such shot notice.
The Long Branch Baths were extensively
patronized last Sunday and it
was particularly noticeable that amongst
the throng who kept going and coming
were many strangers. During the afternoon
while a party of half a dozen persons
were sauntering along the beach
above the bath house to what they
supposed to be the most suitable place
for a plunge, all of a sudden a shriek
of nconv was heard com inn from one
of the members of the party. Lo and
behold I a wed, wee crab had taken hold
of one of her dearNitlle toes. Immediate
assistance was given and the poor
creature was rescued from the jaws of
the dreadful monster.
Last Saturday night about half-past
nine o'clock about twenty-five feet of
the high board fence winch partially
encloses the merry-go-round at the corner
of Richard and Qiicen streets fell
suddenly outward into Richard street.
The fence was old and rotten and
ought to have been removed months
ago, Several hacks, as usual, were
standing along the curb and a general
stmnricdc was onlv avoided by the
prompt action of the drivers. Captain
Fejilbchr states that it is his belief that
the fence fell because it got tiied of
holding Sam McKcngue up, Sam had
been there two hours watching for a
chance to "haul in."
Th,ey say '. that one of the Oceanic
steamers is to be withdrawn soon ; that
somebody will be Tripped before long ;
that some property owners arc objecting
to the sanitary articles in the Press ;
that the prolonged depression in business
is the result of our own shortsightedness
; that not one of the
Oceanics struck out last night ; that
there is more fun in talking about your
neighbors than in having them talk
about you j that the boys are going to
start a private billiard parlor j that the
talk of the town is the scandal of the
nation ; that the Government intends
presenting new suits of clothes, before1
long, to some of the "boss" opium
importers ; that the dearth of news is
owing to the lack of reporters ; that
there will be a tempest in a tea-pot
this morning; and that it will more
than likely boil dry.
The clumionship dinner given last
evening to the members of the Oceanic
base call club was a great success. The
dinner was given by Mr. P. C. Jones,
Jr. at his residence on Nuuanu street.
Mr. Jones has always taken great interest
in all the legitimate sports and
the base ball boys fully appreciate his
present expression of interest and good
will in Hawaiiah sports. The menu
was most tastefully gotten up and
printed in four colors. It comprised
nine courses divided into innings as
was printed in yesterday's Press. After
a j611y good evening spent in dining
and recounting the happenings and
events of the season the boys kicked
off the buskin and hung the champion
bat in the corner with a solemn resolve
to keep it for another year. The following
is the list of the playing members
as they appeared in the last game :
W. A. Kinney, Captain, W. A. Wall, L.
J. Scott, E. D. Baldwin, B. D. Baldwin,
L. A. Thurston, D. M. Moehonua, M.
Grossman, C. A. Brown and E. A. Jones.
A relative of Captain Bray of the
missionary steamer Morning Star received
a letter from the captain, dated
at Butaritari, Gilbert Islands, in July
last. Captain Bray reports that they
have had more calms and currents this
trip than he has known for many years.
The Morning Star has been through
the Gilbert Islands to Jaluit, Rusaie,
and I'onape and returned again all in a
little over two months from the time
she left Honolulu. Over one portion
of the route, where a sailing vessel has
always been obliged to travel 3,000
milesj on account of winds and currents,
the steamer had to travel only
365 miles. Wherever the bteamcr went
the natives were greatly surprised at the
steam whistle and were confounded
with the ice and ice-water, which they
declared burnt their mouths and made
their teeth loose. Tee cream was one
of the novelties the vessel made for both
missionaries and natives. The Morning
Star was at sea on the Fourth ofjuly and
those aboard ship made patriotic noises
with tin pans, horns and the steam
whistle. The vessel was about to sail
from the Gilbert Islands to Ruk when
this letter was written and she may be
expected in Honolulu about January,
" ilniut.the Lender and the Man."
The lecture by Major Dane last
evening in the Y. M. C. A. Hall was
very well attended and of great interest.
The hall was tastefully decorated
with American flags there being 13 arranged
as symbols of the thirteen origi
nal states of" the Union. These were
draped by Mr. T. T. White, senior
Vice-Commander of Geo. W. De Long
Post of the Republic for the joint benefit
of which organization and that of
the Women's Christian Temperance
Union of this city the lecture was given
The hall was well filled by 7:30 p. m.,
shortly after which hour Major Dane
was introduced to the audience by Dr.
N. B, Emerson. Commander of De
Long Post G. A. R.
The lecturer prefaced his lecture
by returning to those present as well
as his absent friends on these
islands his sincere thanks for the unfounded
hospitality he had been the
recipient of while here. He could say
that in the future the audiences before
whom he might appear concerning these
islands, would learn of the generous,
welcome that had been
We have not the space to give even
a synopsis of the very interesting and
eloquent lecture and can only say that
for an hour and a half Major Dane
drew picture after picture of General
Grant, showing him as. a great general
and greater man. His leading characteristics
were graphically portrayed,
and a fitting tribute was paid to him as
a genius of whom his country will
always be proud.
The speaker was frequently interrupted
by the earnest applause of his
audience, who felt that they had listened
to a lecture of rare eloquence and
The receipts of the evening will not
fall short of a hundred dollars.
J Xtiw Star In the Firmament.
Editor Daily Honolulu Press:
Sir: It is at all times profitable as
well as pleasing to lovers of romance,
that is, for the parties participating getting
the drop on an
Mongolian. Officers making the arrest
receive a share of the fine and equally
so of the confiscated drug. Could not
the same .astute officers by some means
drop onto certain petty thieves and
burglais, and thereby allow the public
to profit somewhat out of the liberal
!- ....1 . .. !.!. I
appropnunon gi.uueu iu unum uu
efficient police system. The writer
would suggest that some of those
Chinese informers, ex-conspirators, etc.,
be induced to search out pe.tty thieves
and burulurs. in addition to the unfor
tunates who hit the pipe and peddle
opium. Suffering Citizen.
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DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1885.
The Volt Obit Club.
It is understood that the Post Obit
Club has borrowed a boat from the
King and will enter for the coining
regatta. Much privacy is studied by
the crew and there would be almost
nothing'to record had not u Press re
porter "caught on" to the racket while
taking a moonlight survey of the Pacific
Mail dock, I there they are,"
whispered the native boy who had given
the business away. Fortified behind one
of the shed's uprights, a pen picture w.as
hurriedly jotted down. Beginning with
the bow of the boat the club members
were arranged in the following order :
Members O'Mahony, Cathcart, Riest,
Goode, Riddell, and President Barber.
As the combined weight of Members
Barber and Riddell had already lifted
the prow of the boat out of the water
a small boy had been placed at the
tiller. "Are you all ready ?'' said President
Barber as he ftilt of the Water
with his oar. "Ah, eh, sir," responded
the members in ship-shape style.
"Give away then I" shouted President
Barber as he shut both eyes. The
members all dipped water, but Member
Reist failing to gut his spoon full
'let go" and struck Member Goode on
the nose with his elbow. Member
Goode immediately threw the gentleman
of the Interior Department into
the bay. This so lightened the boat
that she dipped water at the stern,
which caused President Barber to drop
his oar and catch the gunwale for
safety. Member Riddell reached his
oar to assist Member Reist and careened
the boat. After a moment's
confusion the boat appeared bottom up
with President Barber on top j the rest
Of the crew were caged under the boat.
Member O Mahony dived from under
the boat, and, rising to the surface,
struck President Barber a vcntreful
blow back of the ear, which knocked
him into the water. The released
members immediately piled upon the
boat and sunk it. President Barber
shouted an order to Member O'Ma
hony to save the boat and immediately
struck out for the wharf. In five
minutes six wet forms sat dripping
upon the edge of the wharf. " You
cussed fools "exclaimed President
Barber, but he never finished the sentence
; the members rushed upon him
in a body and flung him back into the
vasty deep. The members are still
vowing vengence if President Barber
ever comes to the suiface again.
If the unluckily President of this
Ungrateful club did regain Oahu's coral
strand, he has secluded himself ever
since in his "donjon keep" back of the
I'oltee Court Items.
Mana fined $6 for getting drunk.
Kaaha (k) was fined $6 for assault
R. Palmer was fined $6 for violating
hack rule No. 6.
John Frcdenberg forfeited $6 bail
Archie K. Akana was fined $3 for
assault and battery. j
Wm. Zapper was fined $11 forgetting
drunk at the Cosmopolitan Saloon.
Yim King for having opium in
was remanded until the 30th
Kaahamoka was fined $11 for attempting
to rescue Wm. Zappler from
a police officer.
R. Wesmann charged with embezzlement
of about $19 was remanded' until
the 29th instant.
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
ISk Caiuarien Habbard
Sfmr ALAMUDA Morse
H. M. S. S. Satellite Allincton
Brit bk. J upiter Jones
Monday, September 28
Ilritish bk Jupiter from Liverpool
Sclir Luka from Kohalalele
Sclir Kulamanu from Kohalalele
Monday, September 28
Slmr Llkelike, 4 P M, for Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Mokolii lor circuit of Molokai
Stmr James I Dowsetl for Molokai , .
Stmr Kilauca llou at 5 P. M. for Hamakua
Schr Ilaleakala for I'epeekeo
Sch Hawaiian! for Koolau
Sch Mile Morris for Ewa
Schr Mary Foster for Punaluu, Hawaii
VUSS1SLH T.K AVISO THIS DAT,
Stmr Planter at 5 P. M. for Nawillwlli, Kolua,
Elecle, and Kekaha and Niihau.
Stmr James Makcc, tor Kapaa at 5 p m
Stmr Kinau, 4 r M, for Lahaina, Maalaea,
Malcctia, Malitikona, Kawaihae, Iiilo and
Stmr Iwalani, 4 P M, for Hamoa, Paauhau,
Monolraa and Kukiuliaele
Sclir Lenlu f r Kauai
Sell Walchu fur Walmca and Hanalei
Sch Lhtlkal for Waialua
Wallelc for Hilo ports
For Hamakua, per stmr Kilauea llou, Sept
28 V Duff and 6 deck.
For Maul, per stmr Likelike, Sept 28 .D
Monsarrat, Mr Centre and 40 deck.
The stmr Iwalani Is liavine a freh coat of
The &chr Wallele brought 25 cords koa from
The schr Sarah and Eliza has been hove
own and is being cleaned,
The chr Kulamanu brought 2100 bags
sugar which she will discharge into the stmr
The stmr James I, Qowsett brought about
40 Chinese down from Kalmlul for the Chinese
I Theatre. ' '' - - 1
Crystal Soda Works.
Aoratod Wators of All Kindo,
Fruit Syrups and Essoncos.
Our Goods are ucknowlejed the REST. NO CORKS
WE USE PATENT STOPPERS
In all uur Dottles.
AST We Invite pirtlcular attention to our Patent
Filter, recently Introduced, by which all waters used
n our manufactures Is absolutely freed from all Impurities.
S3T We deliver our Goods free of charge to all parts
of the city.
Careful at e lion raid to Islards Orders, Address
'THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS,
P. 0. COX, 397,- HONOLULU. H, I.
Telephone No. 298.
, Orders le't with Benson, Smith ft Co., No. ti Fort
street, wiU receive prompt attention.
We alio, arc ngcntsYor the sale of J. W. Htngley's
Of his own manufacture, v3
ICE CREAM PARLORS !
No. 85 Hotel Street.
Delicious flavored Ice Cream made from
pure Dairy Cream, Fruit Ices, Sherbets, Ice
Cream Drinks and many other refreshments
can be found always at this really first-class
resort. Choice Confectionery and Cakes in
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
For the convenience of the public, we pack
orders for Ice Cream in Patent Refrigerator
Cans, which hold from I to 40 Quarts, warranted
to keep its delightful flavor and perfect
form for many hours.
Ring Up Dell Telephone 183 Or
Mutual Telephone 338.
Jt2T The Elite Ice Cream Parlors arc open
daily until 11 r. M. 21 ly
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
BOOTS Sc SHOES,
FRENCH ' -DRESSING.
No 80 Fort Str'oot, Honolulu, H. I.
SiT The largest and best assortment of
Ladles, Gentlemen's and Children's
Boots, Shoes, Slippers, Dancing Pumps, etc.
To be found on the Islands.
Prices as low as etsewhere for similar quality 01
goods. Island orders solicited and promptly executed.
Corner lseretanla itntl 1'unrhbowl Sis.,
WlBBiV. " ma. vRI aa
MkisssW SKATE afliH
MIW PAT.APR.Z8.IbB1 IBtlt
MM AMAR.ID.IBB3 vQjmW
This cool and attractive Rink has been overhauled
and retinished( and Is now in perfect condition.
rlhe proprietor Mndlnir. after experience, that
wood U unserviceable foi ROLLER SKATING has,
at great expense, laid a
I'atent Composition Floor,
That will convince anyone that tries it of its advantages.
F011EAHK Iff HKATISO.
Cleanliness, etc., It has m qual.
Ql'EN EVEltY EVENIXG.
J. JT. Williams,
No. 102 (FORT STREET.
Lsading Photographer of Honolulu.
WORK FINISHED IN
Water Colors, Crayon,
Indiu Ink nr Oil,
Photo. Colored! &n.
The only complete collection of
r Curiosities, &o
Ch arges Modern te.
L PLANING MILL. L
AInlcou. noar Quoou St.
C. J. Hurdle, Contractor and Iiuilder, la Proprietor
Mkulilintts and Tinlsh always on hand. The mil
oeeps for sale hard and soft stoe woodcut and split
Telephone No. 55 353-386
No. 53 IIqthl Street, Off, KitriRB Saioon.
Makes and repairs all kinds of
Honolulu Engine Company No, I,
YOSEMITE SKATING RINK!
Thursday Evcnlnu, Oct. 1, 1885.
Tickets $2.50 admitting lady and gentleman
and Including refreshments.
For sate at J. M. Oat, Jr. & Co's and by
Members ol the Company.
43T Frlcndi of the Company who may feci
inclined lo furnish flowers or ferns in aid nf the
decorations, may leave the same at the Kink
on the day of the entertainment. 25-td
A NNUAL MEE'lING.
The annual mecttnz of the WAII.UKU SUGAR
CO. will beheld on MO. V DAY, Oc.ober 11, 188, at
the office uf C. Urewer & Co., llono ulu, at 10 o'clock
A. M. WM. W. HALL, Secretary.
A NNUAL MEETING.
Ihe Annual Meeting ol'the ON'OMEA SUOAR
CO. will be held on Tuesday, October a;, ,1883,
at the OHicc of C. Ilrewer & Co., Honolulu, at 11
o'clock a. t, aa td P. C JONES, Secy.
A NNUAL MEETING.
The Annual Meetin? of the PAUKAA SUGAR CO.
will be held on Tuesday, Oitobcr 97, 1885, at the Office
of C. Ilreer& Co., Honolulu, at 10 o'clock a. si.
aa ta r u JUNIUS, secy.
A NNUAL MEETING.
The Annual Meeting of the PRINCEVILLE
PLANTATION CO. will be held at the Office of C.
Ilrewer ii Co., Honolulu, on Tuesday, October 30, 1ES5,
at 10 o'clock A. u. aa td V, C. JONES. Secy.
All accounts overdue the Saturday Pkess are desired
to be settled Immediately. All unexpired subvrripllons
or advertisements will be completed by the Daily Honolulu
Press. T. G. THRUM,
Manager Saturday Prkss.
The undersigned having been duly appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Robert C. Austin, late of
Honolulu, deceased, all persons having claims against
the said estate are hereby notified that they must
nresent the same to the undersigned within six months
from the date of this notice or they will be forever
barred; and all persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make Immediate payment to me.
A. P. PETERSON,
Adminhtrator, with the will annexed, of the estate
of Robert C. Austin.
Honolulu, September 3, 1885.
In accordance with the desire of many patrons, and
to meet the exinenrcs of the times the undersigned will
hereafter render and collect all accounts monthly,
J. M. OAT, IK., & CO-,
1. i. 1 intuit,
LEWIS & CO.,
WliST, DOW CO.,
A. U SMITH,
II. E. McINlYKE & CO.
DAILY HONOLULU PRESS
Honolulu, Sept. 1, 1885. 333360.
D OOMS TO RENT.
Furnished or unfurnished, (centrally located, within
ten minutes walk of the Post Office.
4-39 Address. P. O. Uox 307.
WENNER & .CO.,
Manufacturing and Importing
No. 93 Fort Street. .
Have just received per "Mariposa," the most
:;ant assortment o!
SOLID AND PLATED SILVER YARE
Ever brought to this tnarkc.
Clocks, Watches, Bracelets, Neck-lots,
Pius, Lockets, Gold Chains
ami Guards, Sleovo Buttons, '
Studs, Etc., Etc.
And ornaments of all ktndi.
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Sots,
nd all kinds of silver ware suitable for presentation.
These goods are all of the finest quality and latest
designs and comprise a complete stock of all articles in
this branch of business which vill be sold at close
KUICUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made to order.
The repairing branch of our business we regard as nn
Important one, and all Jobs entrusted to us will
be executed in a manner second to none.
Of even description done to order. Particular atten
tion is paid to orders and Job work from the
C. J. WALLUH. - - - Proprietor
Choioost IMonts from FinostUIorrts.
Families anil shipping supplied on short notice and at
Lowest Market Prices.
All meats delivered from this market are thorouchly
tilled immediately after kflliuz.hv means of a llelf.
Coleman Patent Dry Air Refrigerator, Meat so
treated retains all its juicy properties, and Is (uuranteed
to Keep lunger micr Delivery man irciiiyKiiicu nicai.
T, J. SPENCE,
SPECIAL AG12NT KOR
The Michigan, Portrait Comp'y,
1'rodin.ers of the 1'ineit Grades of India Ink, Wa'cr
Color, Crayon and Pastel Portraits. Headquarters
at KlnS Bros., Hotel street, HONOLULU,'
No. 1. For Rent or Sale The premises
owned and lately
Occupied liy Samuel Nott,
Situated on Nuuanu street, In the Valley,
opposite the Royal Mausoleum. The grounds
arc ample to keep. two animals being coveted
with good manicnlc turf.
Will bo Sold 011 Time
At reasonable interest, or let at n lowfiqurc.
No. 2. For Rent The premises immediately
above und Adjoining that last aUovc
mentioned, and known as the
1 Andrews Homestead.'
The house has been put in enter
throughout and newly papered and painted,
Will be lct,,or rented, for a term of years at
$45.00 per monui.
No. 3. For Sale LOT 192 situated on
the corner of King and Keaumoku streets
on the plain,-on the
Muuka side of King Street opposite
the Government Nursery,
Frontage of 100 feet on King street, and 137
feet on Keaumoku street. Price $900.
Terms Cash, or yt cash and balance on '
No. 4 - For' Sale-The premises owned
OCCUPIED BYW. 0. SMITH,
Situated on Pcnsacola street, having a. frontage
on j cmacoia street of joojeet.
Gas jiiicL Water,
Laid on throughout the premises, with gat
machine complete. Also, a cistern with a
capacity of 1000 bbls. connected with the
Government pipes, for use in caseofdrougth
orSrc. The .
View of Diamond Head and
Is unrivalcd and cannot be cut off, owing to
the elevation of the premises.
Terms Cash, or one-third to one-half
cash ; balance on mortgage at 8 per cent.
No. 5. For Sale
.1 Lot with Xcw Dwelling House
Situate on Kinau "street near the resi
dence of W. R. Castle. Sale on account
of departure. Price $3,006. Terms cash,
or part cash and balance on mortgage at 8
No. 6. For Sale
A SMALL CATTLE RANCH,
Situate in Hamakua, Hawaii. Contains 258
acres of good land, suitable for grazing,
cane land. Within easy distance of the
or landing and the plantations.
Heads of Choice
Including an imported short horn bull, also 2
horses. There is a DWELLING HOUSE
on the place suitable for a small family.
All the milk produced is sold for cash in
the district. Chickens at $l.oo, piis nt
$5.00 to $30.00, and produce, find n ready
cash market in the district. Part of the
land is wooded sufficiently to supply firewood
for the whole place. The climate is
cool and bracing. Price $7,000. Terms
Cash, or part cash and part on mortgage
"nt 8 per cent.
L. A. THURSTON,
38 Merchant street.
I have for site shares in the following corporations at
he prices named t
Haval'an Agricultural Co $ loo 100
People's Ice Co. (consolidated).,.. " ioo! roo
Wilder's Steamship Co. .,,.. , " loot loo
Inter Island ti. N, Co " nn ioo
CO. Hall & Son " loo ioo
C. Ilrewer & Co " loo ioo
Mutual Telephone ,. " 10 10
Hawaiian Hell lelephone " 35 10
iiauwnaucari.0., " 100 100
Hawaiian Carriage Man'fg Co..... " 100 100
I'aukaa Sugar Co " 10 10
Paia 1 " 101 100
Woodlawn Dairy ' tool 100
Wailuku Sugar Co " soil 100'
I.. A. THURSTON,
38 Merchant street. , STOCK UROKER.
Honolulu, Sept. at, i83l.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
We take pleasure In announcing that, in addition to
OUr CONFFCTIONKKV ANU CAKK IIUSINRSS, We Will
opcrion am uiwmv, nruu, ajm, an
Which has been neatly fitted up to meet the requirements
of our trade.
Our ice cream Will be only of superior quality, made
of genuine cream from the Wooulawn Daiiiv with
whom we lme arranged to. supply us regularly
with pure, cream, which, having frequently tested,
enables us to guarantee a article, of tee
creant equal to that made In any of the large cities.
The following varieties of lea Ckuam and IciM will
d lurmsicu at our opening, ana several otner varieties,
if our trade will Justify it.
, IOTC OKEAM.
VANILLA, ' 'cdl'FI'.r, GLACF ,'"
' LhatON, " .CIIOCOLA'rn.1
STRAWI1EKRY, , PINKAWLB
OIIANOE AND STKAWI1URRY
Parties supplied any day except Sunday, 'Ihose
wishing Ice Cream for Sunday must leave their orders
on Saturday before 9 r. St., which will be delivered
beore 10 asi. Sunday. The creams will be packed
so that they will keep eight hours In a first-class condition.
Hoping to. receive a share of public patronage in this
line of our business, and thanking them for their liberal
favors In the past we remain, respectfully,
MELLE3. & HALBE,.
Ulnu Street near Alakra A'(.
Mortgagee's Sale !
In accordance with a power of sale contained
in a certain mortgage made by Charles
Vernon Houseman to
The Hawaiian Investment and,
Agency Co., (Limited),
And for condition broken. We will sell at
Public Auction at our .Salesroom Queen street,
On, Thursday, October Itt,
At 12 o'clock Noon, the following described
X'i miles of 34-inch gauge 14 lb. steel rails
corrugated sleepers and patent clutch bolts
l4 miles of 24-inch gauge 14 lb. rails with fish
plalcs, dog spikes, etc., for wooden
12 15-ft. curves, 100 feet radius.
8 right and left hand crossing, points and
1 three-way right and left hand crossing, 3 in
clined planes. ,
2 rail benders and bars.
I trolley with wood sides and ends and com
plete set ot tools lor laying track, viz. :
31 picks, 3 spatles, 2 set of spanners, 2 pairs
eccentric tongs and 2 ctouuars.
83 fish plates, I bogie wagon 10 feel long, by 4
feet wide with iron platform floored with
wood, tittlUrs, swivelling arrangement 12
wheels and outfit.
23 do do less wood platforms.
I 4i cylinder locomotive with sice! tubes and,
tyres and American spark catching chimney
and outfit, together with with all tools,
fittings and appurtenances to the same
belonging 6r used In connection therewith.
The same are now situate at Kilauca, Kauai,
having heretofore been used by the Kilauea
Sugar Company, for transporting cane to its
mill. E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
L. A. Thurston, Auctioneers.
Attor'y for Mortgage. 29-1
HOPP & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Of every description.
itJCattres.Heti and Bedding.
Special attention given to
EST Jobbing done at reasonable
No. 74: King Street.
Telephone No. 143.
EtOTEt. HTRT3ET I
No. GO Hotel Stroot.
Reduction in Price of Meats.
Loin Roast Beef. I2ct3. per lb
Sirloin Steak !2j " '
Veal for ttrast I2i " "
Veal Cutlets i2 " "
Mutton for Roast 15 " "
Mutton Chops 15 "
Pork for Roast " '
Pork Chops -. "
Pork Sausages fresh every day.
ttzr All orders will receive prompt attention.
II. I). Telephone No. 236,
u.ggvkifa.1 kiisiia r
Patronlzo Homo Manufacture.
The Hawaiian Stone Company.
Are now prepared to furnish fresh Lime in
tpiintities to suit purchasers, and satisfaction
warranted as to both the kind and, the price.
ALLEN 6s ROBINSON,
LADIES HAIR DEES21E
Switches, Curls, Front Pioccn,
Al) warranted Natural'Hair.
Invisiulb Hack Haik Nkts.
Ladles and Childrens Hair Cutting and Shampooing
at store or lesldence.
, LanRtry Hair Cutting- a Specialty.
, All at San Francisco Prices.,
. MADAME ,WANEK."
10-474 Fort Street Opposlte,Dodd' JStab'a
KISTIOP Sto co.'a'
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL RECEIVE
MONEY AT THEIR SAVINGS
HANK UPON THE FOL-
On sums ot Five Hundred Dollars or under, ft 9m
me person, they wjll pay interest at the rate of live per
.ent, per annum, from date of receipt, on all sums that
hall have remained O'l depqsit three months, or have
'icen on deposit three months at the lime of mailing up
the yearly accounts. No Interest will be computed on
of dollars or for fractions of a month.
No Interest will be allowed on money withdrawn
villi!:! three months front date of deposit.
Thirty days notice must be Rtvert at the Dank of an
intention to withdraw any money ; and the Depositor's
must be produced at the same time.
No money will be paid except upon the Draft of the
Depositor, accompanied by the proper Pass-book,
On the first day of September pf eaih year, the
accounts will be made up, and interest on all sums that
shall have remained ond(odt three months or more,
and will be credited to the depositors, and
from that date form pait of the principal.
Sums of more than Five Hundred Dollars will be
received, subject 10 special agreement.
The Hank wijl be open every day In (he week eicept
,Sundys nn'd Holidays.
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BISHOP & CO.
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