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SATURDAY, SEPT. -1, 188G.
S S Mtulposii from Sun Francisco
Sttnr Ivin.iii from Wlndwiud Ports
Stim' Llkellko from Knhiiltil
Stmr Mokolll from Molokal
Sehr Sarah & Eliza for Koolnu
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
S S Murlpcwsi for the Colonies at G A. M.
VESSELS LEAVINC OH MONDAY.
Stmr Kluait for tlic Volcano and Winil-
Stmr Mokolll for Molokni
Stmr Lehua for Windward Ports
Schr Molwahino for Koholalelc
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Don Nicolas ltuss
Bktuc Malav, Morehouse
Fred PLllchllcld, Uaitlctt
Haw brig Allle Howe, .J Phillips
Am bgtuu Llaus Spreckcls, E P Drew,
Am bark California, Davis
Xlo bk Klmijlo, Howard, from De
parture Itay, H C, due June 25-30.
Gerbnik Pacific, Oltinau, from Bre
men, due Sent '20-110.
Am bk Edward May, Tolinson, from
Boston, due August !20-:il.
Am bark Nicolas Thayer, Crosby,
from Newcastle, N S W, due August
Am bark Elliiorc, G W .lento, from
Newcastle, N S V, duo August 20-S10.
Am bark Pacltlc Slope, Barnes from
Newcastle, NSW, due September
Brit bark W II Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June 0th, due here October
Brit ship Aniaun, sailed from London,
April Oth, and from Madeira April 24th,
due here August 24-31.
Brit-bark nonerag, sailed from Liver
pool, June 5th, due here October 23rd
Brit bk Isle of Erin, sailed from
Glasgow, April 10th, due September Il
ls. Am bktne Planter, "W R Perriman,
from Pott Towusend, W T, due Sept
Am ship Melrose. Knlb, from Port
Townseud, W T, due Sept 1-15.
Am butne Saliua, Blnkc, from San
Franeieo, due Aug 20-25
Am bchr Anna, Williams, from San
Francisco, for Kabulnl, due Aug 28-30.
Am bktne Amelia, W Xcwhall, from
Eureka, Cal, due Aug 25-28.
Am tern J C Porn, fiom San Fran
.ciseo, due Aug 28-30.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Klnau 4,783 bags of sugar, 1G
bales of wool and 100 pkgs of sun
dries. Stmr Likclike 340 bags of sugar from
From San Francisco for Honolulu,
per Mariposa, September 4 Cabin: F
Gertz, S llardcastlc, Miss Malonc, Miss
Alexander, Miss F J Morley, Miss L E
Appleton, E K Dorrin, R Lillie, Miss
E B Snow, II Gowau, Rev J Goodell,
Miss Agnes Moore. Miss M Babcock,
Mrs G Ross, Mrs A Herbert, J J Au
bertin, Mrs D Dayton and 2 children,
Mrs 11 Blackburn, II A P Carter, V II
Klkcact, Mrs Lidgate, Miss M Stuart,
O M Severance, S J Shaw, A Lidgate,
II II Williams, Ah Sin, W S Bartlett,
Awatia, Rev T K G Peek and II F
Hiller. Steerage: Bessie O'Hielley,
Mrs Thompson, Jos Puivis, J Koppel
man, G P Brown, W G Cornell. L D
Gates, J Purvis, P Zink, G O'Melley
and wifo, R Mann, G II B Saylor, J A
Rutherford, G II Fnwck, Geo S Wells,
Akai Kona, Chas Mugent, R Suther
land, Louis Kauaehe, Alex Flohr and
Mrs M Madson.
From Windward Ports, per Klnau,
September 4 Mrs T E Evans and child,
Miss Bessie Dickson, A Harnsburg, C
Notloy and wife, Miss E Mullinger, J R
Kenton, Jr, J K Halliday, Mrs Julia
Fox and child, Mrs II Giiun, Miss Katie
Dickson, C J Fnlk, A G Burcharut,Mlss
31 llalsteln, Kev W it uarnes, isow
Lung, J Williams and wife, Z Kulai,
J F Daley, II A Been and 100 deck.
From Kahulni and by ports, per
Likelike. September 4 T K Clarke, Mr
Kothwell, Mr E Sylva, Mrs S G Wilder,
Miss Wilder, Mrs Reist, Mr Lazarus,
Mrs Kaili and boy, Bros Bernard, Ed
ward and Bcrtiani, A L Smith, Miss
May Dillingham, L A Audrews, W F
Freer, Miss Spanner, Miss Eva Pai ker
and 2 servants, Miss Ilclon Parker, H
llawes, Miss II Low, C Cropp, wife
.and daughter, the Misses BakiT, Miss
Smith, Miss Hatlield, Miss Keller, Mrs
Louce, P N Makee, tho Misses Llsh
man, MNs Bannister, Master Bush, Bis
hop Willis and 150 deck.
The O. S. S. Mariposa, Captain II. M.
Ilayward, commanding, left San Frau
clfeco August 28th, at 3 1-. ii., have ex
perienced line weather through entire
parage. Running time, 0 days and 14
hours. 80 cabin, 44 steerage for Hono
lulu, 40 cabin, 50 steerage in transit.
0294, Urns of cargo for Honolulu, 1,000
tons of cm go in transit.
The Clans Spicekels will sail for San
Francisco next Tuesday.
On September 3rd, Gertruda, the be
loved and only daughter of Lewis J.
and Flora Levey, aged 2 ycais and 4
months. Funeral from the lesldeuee,
Reretauia stieet, at 4:30 o'clock this
Tun undersigned respectfully in
forms Heads of families, Restaurants
,nnd Privato parties Unit ho sells his
iiiow universally, acknowledged su
perior Ice Cieam, for which the de
jniuid has doubled in the short space
.of time of 1 mouth, cheaper thun
what adulterated compounds of so
(Called Ice Cream is sold for.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry cook
and Ornimienter, 13
I'AtJto.Nizi: Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J, W. Ilingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is pinpared to fill all
orders at the lowest possible wholo
salo prices. Island orders bolicited
and piomptly tilled. Tho attention
of dealers is lCbpectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is icquired" to
oll these cigars. Do not forget the
nanio J. W. Ilingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Woiks, Hotel street.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
L. stands for Louis, when placed
Mil. McIHr will open a newspaper
route nt Wnikiki next week.
Tun sidewalk nt tlio Pantheon
Saloon is undergoing ropairs.
Tub usual Satuiday evening tem
perance meeting, at 7 :30, in Fowler's
The latest sugar quotation is
cents for 1)G, Now York, with an up
No news by tho steamer of ntovc
mcnU of theatricals llonoluluward.
Mr. Millis was still at the Wigwam.
A mketino of tho Privy Council
was held nt noon to-day. No very
important business was transacted.
FomnT.r.N recruits of the Honolulu
Rillcs were drilled at the new armory,
last evening, by Captain V. V. Ash
ford. A ui.ooDKU trotter from the United
States is on tho way to Sydney, N. S.
W., by tho Mariposa, for tho Colonial
Mil. and Mrs. L. J. Lovcy have the
heurt-felt sympathy of many friends
in .the loss they sustain in tho death
of their only child, little Gertruda.
Mn. Noltc, nt the Beaver saloon,
has received by the Mariposa to-day,
the usual supply of fresh frozen oys
ters. Those who come first, will
have first choice.
The centre of Messrs. Mclntyrc &
Brother's grocery store looks pretty.
Beautiful fresh California fruit con
stitutes the picture. It is worth see
ing, tasting, and buying.
There were 138 vessels engaged in
the grain and salmon trade between
Oregon and London, from August
1885 to July 188G, of which 121 were
British, 13 American, and 1 Nor
wegian. . .
Two boy assistants of Lucas's Mill
had a set-to this forenoon, in the mill
yard. Before the fistic contest hnd
ended, Mr. Geo. Lucas made his ap
pearance with a stout stick, and after
giving each of the boys a beating, ho
Mn. Sachs, at the Popular Millinery
House, Fort street, has this day
opened a large and magnificent stock
of lawns, muslins, oud pi hits, and is
now ready to satisfy the taste of
every lady who may bo in want of
any of this description of material.
WonD was received by tho steamer
this morning of an accident to Mr.
Robert Lowers, who, while riding in
a car at Los Angeles, Cal., had one
of his legs and feet injured by a col
lision with another car. When last
heard of, Mr. Lowers was in San
Francisco in the care of physicians.
Mk. Geo. Beckley reports that the
Volcano is throwing up a spout of
lava about 150 high ; that Hamakua
district is receiving super-abundance
of rain; that there are 30 streams of
watci falling oil" Hamakua blulis
with great force ; that the cane in
the above district is looking splendid,
and that fine weather was experi
enced throughout the trip of the
Mr. W. G. Irwin says the Oceanic
steamer movements are more mud
dled than ever, and all he knows con
cerning them is, that the Zealandia
was not sufficiently' lopaired to sail
on the 1st inst., that either the Aus
tralia or Zealandia will arrive here on
the 22nd inst., sailing again for San
Francisco on October 1st, that except
in this one case, the steamers will
arrive and sail on the usual days.
Messks. Lewis & Co. will keep open
their grocery store this evening later
than usual, for tho accommodation
of those who cannot come early for
tho luxuries pf the season, which in
clude fish, vegetables, and fruits.
These luxuries aro by the Mariposa
from San Francisco, on ice, and aro
fresh and nice, Tie plums, peaches,
and giapes aro lovely. Judging from
tho rapidity with which everything
is diminishing, intending purchasers
would be wise jn ordering early.
The S. S. Mariposa rounded
Diamond Head at daylight this
morning, and by 0 o'clock docked at
tho O. S. S. Co.'s wharf. She brought
a largo list of cabin and stecrnga
passengers for this port, and 40 cabin
and 50 steerage passengers in transit
for the Colonies. Her freight list
contains, besides a lot of ice-house
edibles for tho local grocers, 029 tons
of miscellaneous merchandise, for
various parties. She has also a good
quantity of freight for Australia, for
which pjneo she eails at 0 o'clock to
takes place this evening.
Misb Hirshberg writes fiom San
Francisco that her health is excellent
and she is enjoying hoieclf exceed
ingly. , .
Mlt. Frank Gertz has leturned
home with impiovcd health und in
His Excellency H, A. P. Carter,
Hawaiian Minister to Washing, re
visits his homo in Hawaii nei. His
Excellency is apparently in tho best
of health und spirits.
Mits. Thompson, mother of Mr.
Dow, of West, Dow & Co., urrivod by
tho strainer this morning from Port
land, Maine, on a visit to her son.
Mlt. Biowsterj who was puihcr.of
tho Zealandia when that steamer was
hibt heio, is now purser of tho S. H,
Mariposu. The Bulletin thanks him
lor a iilo of Into pupers.
Mn. S. J. Shaw, one of the well
known and popular kamaainns of
Honolulu, leturned to Hawaii nei by
tho Mniiposu this morning. Mr.
Shaw, who is looking well, has conic
hero with tho intention of going into
some kind of business, and to gel fat,
ho says, by eating poi. lie speaks of
having met Mr. and Mrs. Jus. l)odd
in Los Angeles, California, where
they had been rusticating for a few
weeks prior to Mr. Dodd's sojourn in
St. Louis, to attend the Knights
What everybody needs at tho pre
sent hot spell is something cool and
refreshing. There is nothing like
the supeiior handmade Ice Creams,
Sherbets and Fruit Ices served at the
Elite Ice Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel
street. Keep our fancy cakes and
candies in mind. Tliey can't bo beat.
Tun largest stock and greatest
variety of homo manufactured,
strictly puie Candies, can only be
found at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factoiy, Bakery, and Ice Cieani
Booms", No. 71, Hotel street, between
Fort and Nuuanu streets. F. 110HN,
Proprietor, Practical Confectioner
and Pastry Cook and Ornonienter.
Fitnsii home-made Hawaiian
Chocolate, Strawberry, Vanilla and
other Flavored Caramels always on
hand, guaranteed to be far superior
to any imported, and sold cheaper
at the above establishment than any
where else. Both Telephone 7-1.
The finest, most delicious 'and
richest steam made Ice Cream, for its
purity and genuineness, 1 herewith
publicly guarantee can only be found
in Honolulu, at the Pioneer Steam
Confectionery, Bakery and Comfort
able Cool Ice Cieam Boom, Hotel,
between Nuuanu and Fort streets.
.Mutual and Bell Telephone No. 74.
Fuesh, Steam-frozen, Pure and
Richest Ice Cream, every day. No
Cream fiozen over the second, third,
or even the fourth day. Sold at the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory,
Bakery, and Ice Cream Rooms. F.
HORN, Proprietor, Hotel, between
Fort and Nuuanu streets. Both
telephones, No. 74. ' 18
KAPIOLANI BATH HOUSE !
Kapiolani Bath House!
If cleanliness is next to godliness,
go to the above named reboit, near
the Marine Railway, where you can
get the best appetizer in the world
fresh air and wilt water bathing and
boating. Refreshments and cold
drinks upstaiis. 10
Dn. Flint's Heakt Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith fc
Co., Agents. 354
PiCTUitE Frames and Cornices
made to order, old Frames repaired,
regilded, etc. King Bros'. Art Store.
Home-mAui: Chocolate and Fancy
Creams, acknowledged to be far
superior to any imported, on account
of their softness, freshness and flavor,
always on hand at F. HORN'S
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory,
Bakery, and Ice Cream Rooms ; Hotel
street, between Fort and Nuuanu.
A LITERARY VISITOR.
Mr. J. J. Aubertin, one of the
proprietors of the London Graphic
and author of several works, came
by the Mariposa this morning. Mr.
Aubertin is visiting these islands for
the purpose of writing a book, em
bracing all the piincipal points of
interest and treating of the islands
as a whole. It is his intention to
visit every nook ad corner of the
country, und see everything that is
worth seeing, writing up as lie goes
along. In the same book he designs
publishing an account of his travels
through the United States. A gentle
man of Mr. Aubertin's literary
ability and experience may be ex
pected to produce a very readable
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Messrs, J, M. Out Jr. & Co., have
hung up in tho Bulletin office a
very fine new map of the Hawaiian
Islands. The map has been com
piled from the latest Government
surveys by Mr. S. IS. Bishop, and
measures 14x22 inches, besides
margins. The lines of latitude and
longitude arc drawn at .'10 min.
distances. The coloring and letter
press arc very pretty and legible. It
is pronounced by Professor Alexan
der to he one of the most correct
maps of the Islands ever published.
A CLERICAL VISITOR.
Among the passengers by the
steamer, tins morning, is the Rev.
T. It. G. Peck, pnstor of the Pres
byterian Church at Waterville, near
Utica, Now York, and one of the
editors of the New York Observer,
Mr. Peck goes on the volcano trip,
Monday, and means. to do the islands
until the 25th. Tho reverend gen
tleman, .on being interviewed by u
Bulletin repoiter, expressed his
surprise at finding Honolulu so much
of a real city, and was liberal in his
terms of admiration of the magnifi
cent trees spreading their umbrage
ous arms over the streets. Ilia
"lirst mango" from a native's corner
fruit stand, he regarded as one of
the happiest moments of his life.
On being asked if lie would olllciale
in any of the pulpits, to-roorrow, his
answer was very emphatic "No,"
indicating that lie is now "on duty"
to abstain from preaching.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play tills nftcinoon nt Kinina Square
beginning at 4 :!iO. Following is the
Overture Italian Style Schitboi t
Polka Mumming Bhd Welcker
Fantasia I.illiiok.ilant, (new) .Mlchlcls
Choi ns Tannhnuser Wagner
Selection Grand Mogul Auflrau
Waltz Scented Flow ei s. . . . Waldtcufcl
A NARROW ESCAPE.
While blasting up Nuuanu Volley
yesterday afternoon, where the water
pipes are being laid, n native woik
iriuu came near receiving serious in
juries, .probably death. Several
blasts were prepared with giant
powder, and all but one wete suc
cessfully exploded. After waiting
some time for the powder of the re
maining blast to ignite, anil feeling
satisfied that it would not go off,
one of the native workmen began
taking out the charge with a drill,
lie had removed everything except
the powder, and was loosening Hint
when it exploded. The drill which
the native held was shot heavenward
witli great velocity, passing through
the man's hands, graV.ing his face,
and slightly breaking the skin just
above the left eye. A narrow escape !
THE ANGLICAN CHURCH CHRONICLE.
The Anrflivan Church Chronicle
for September is to hand, and is
well filled with an interesting variety
of innlter. The continuation of
"Our Pilgrimage" takes the render,
by n very graphic description, fiom
the city of the Latter Day Saints
over the continent to Niagara Falls.
The news items, among other things,
say that the Sunday school scholars
of the second congregation, have on
hand the sum of T0 towards the
purchase of an organ, and propose
at an early day to invite their
friends to an entertainment the pro
ceeds of which it is hoped will fur
nish the balance necessary; and
that tho Kev. Geo. Wallace has
been formally licensed by the Bishop
of Honolulu, pastor of the Second
English-speaking Congregation of
St. Andrew's Cathedral.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Miss Emily Bradley, California ;
Richard Lacy, Los Angeles, Cal. ;
II. Banning, California; A. A.
Boyd, Melbourne, Australia; A.
Durlach, Melbourne, Australia; A.
G. Burcliardt, Hawaii ; E. A. Dar
rin, Denver, Colorado; J. It. Ren
ton, Hawaii; M. Thompson, Syd
ney, Australia; Geo. M. Morris,
Duucdin, New Zoaland ; W. W.
Martin, Sydney, N. S. W. ; R. A.
Cape, Sydney, N. S. W. ; A. D.
Laepaed, Sydney, N. S. W. ; S. I.
Shaw, New York; II. G. Hiller,
San Francisco ; F. E. Washburn,
Chicago ; Mr. and Mrs. Van Bergh,
Melbourne, Australia; J.J. Aulicr
tin, London, England ; Ed. da Silvn,
Brazil ; P. N. Makee, Waihee ; Dr.
A. Mouritz, Molokai ; Rev. T. R.
G. Peck, New York.
The store of J. II. Mackenzie at
Puehuehu was entered last Saturday
night, between 11 and 12, and about
SlOO-worlh of bmall diy goods, such
as liandkcrcheifs &c. stolen. -Pre-perations
were in progress for carry
ing off all the drapery, as it was
scatteied and piled up on the coun
ters ready for removal. The buig
lars were disturbed by the return of
Mr. Mackenzie, who was absent at
supper at the club. The entrance
was eifected by boring around the
lock, thus showing that the robbers
were probably Chinamen.
On the night following, the chicken
'house of Mr. Herring, next house to
Mackenzie's was visited, but the rob
ber dropped his game and was pur
sued by Mr. II., who discharged live
shots of a revolver. Things are
getting lively, but the police have
only time for opium laiding.
Rumor says that our police
judge is to be removed, and
that a legal neophyte is to pre
side over tho local court. Wc
hope not, for Judge Kaltii is said
lty many to have given more satis
faction to the public than any of his
predecessors. lie is impartial,
intelligent for a native whose know
ledge of English is limited, and his
records of coutt pioceedings arc
clear and concise. A thorough ad
herent of the present, or the late
ministry, (where arc we now?
who's in?) or at least the head of the
ministry. Still his political oppon
ents will write him a decent epitaph,
if his head comes off.
Dr. Bond's clavicle was not frac
tured, as stated in your morning
couluinpornry, but bruised badly.
His friends expect to sec him on
duty again in a week or two.
We are having delightful showers,
but for the past week or two the
weather is warm for IColmlu.
C, A, Gospel praise service
at 0:30 I-
Roman Catiiolio OATiir.nitAL,
Iligli niufe-i at IU A. M, Vespers at 4 ;30
Kaumakahm Ciiunoii. Rev.
Wulaniiiu, pastor. Sunday school
0:30 a. m. Pleaching at 10:30 a. m.
Kawaiaiiao Ciiukoii. Rev. II. II.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. m. Pleaching at 11 a. ji. and
7:30 i. si. Young people's meeting
at 0 1'. St.
Bethel Union Conhiieoation.
Rev. E. C. Oggel, pastor. Services nt
the Lyceum, .Niuuinu iivenne, at 11 a.
si. Sunday school at 0:45 o'clock. Tho
Sacraments of Infant 'Baptism and the
Loid's Supper will be administered. A
cordial invitation is exteiided to all.
Chinese Chuiich. Fort street, near
corner Itcictanla. Mr. To Tetig Uc,
evangelist. hlncfo Sunday School,
1:30A..M. Chinese and KtiglUh bun
day School, 2:30 r. M. Pleaching 11
A. m. and 7:30 v. M. Bibb: ehi In
Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hall, il:30 ivm.
FOHT.-STltr.KT CiitJiiott. Bcv. J. A.
Criizau, pastor. Meeting for Bible,
stud v at U:I5a. M. Public worship at
11 a. m. and 7:30 v. m. Bcv. C. 31.
Hyde, 1). D., pleaches in the foicnoon
In the evening theie will be a union
service hi which the IJelhcl Congiega
tlon will join, when the Rev. E. C.
Oggel will lepent, by special rcque-t, a
sci moil preached lu the old Bethel
Church, on the theme: "Mary the
Type of Womanhood.'" Scats fiec.
St. Andiiuw's Oathkihiai.. First
Congregation. Holy Communion, nt'
0:30 a. .m.j Moinlng prayer, with ser
mon, at 0:30 a. m. Evensong with cate
chetical address bv the Bishop of Hono
lulu at G 1'. M. All scat ate flee.
Second Congregation. Bcv. George
AVallace, A. M.. pastor elect. Holy
Communion with sermon, 11:15 a. m.";
evening prayer, wlth'serinou, 7:30 r. M.
Sunday school meets at 10 a. m. hi the
Puliation Pieparatorv School building.
Seats lreo at all services.
ALEXANDER OF BULGARIA DEPOSED.
uitr.AT i:xciti:.iu:t a:uo.
nates to the 28th Any.
A dispatch from Sofia, Bulgaria,
dated the 21st., says: The popu
lace and the troops quartered in the
capital surrounded the palace cat ly
this morning. Prince Alexander
abdicated, and was escorted over the
frontier. There was no disorder.
The populace then assembled and
adopted a resolution praying the
Czar to re-extend his sympathy to
the Bulgarian people. The assem
blage then proceeded to the palace
of the Russian agent and submitted
to him the icsolution, all kneeling.
The agent assured tboin of the
Czar's friendship. A provisional
government was formed.
It was stated at Berlin that Prince
Alexander of Bulgaria was deposed
and made a prisoner during an in
spection of troops at Widdcn.
The Cologne Gazette and Berlin
Post expressed the belief that the
event will tend to preserve the
peace. They say that Prince Alex
ander's personal qualities deserved
a better fate, but England having
refused him active support against
Russia; and Tin key being afraid to
risk war in belialt of Bulgaria, and
the Gastien meeting showing that
the alliance was unbroken, his posi
tion was a hopeless one.
The people of Sofia were reported
tranquil and the city illuminated
and gaily decorated with Hags.
Premier Clement issued a proclama
tion announcing the formal abdica
tion of Prince Alexander, who re
nounces the throne forever, being
convinced that his leign would be
fatal to Bulgaria. The Premier
states that the new cabinet will
serve until the meeting of the Na
tional Assembly, and expresses the
hope that all parties will co-operate
to maintain the laws, and assures
the people that their ruler will not
leave the country without his power
News of the revolution in Bulga
ria caused a heavy and rapid fall on
the Vienna Bourse. One rumor
was that Prince Alexander was im
prisoned at Widdcn ; another, that he
was placed on board a ship, desti
nation unknown. M. Zankoff, who
is the prime mover of the revolution
and nominal head of the new gov
ernment, allows only favorable news
to leave Bulgaria.
The deposed Prince, Alexander of
Bulgaria, was known before his clc-,
vation as Piiuce Alexander, Joseph
of Battcnberg. He was born April
5, 18.57, the sou of Pi into Alexander
Louis George Frederic Emile of
Ilesse, and the eldest brother of
Prince Henry of Battcnberg, recent
ly married to the Piinccss Beatrice
of England. For several years,
beginning in 1870, ho was an olllcer
in the German army. In 1877 he
entered the aiiny of Russia. He
accompanied the Russian bead quar
ters in the last war between Turkey
anu'Rtissta troni the opehiug of the
campaign to the fall of Pleveiia.
After this event lie was absent from
the army scveial weeks, l)iiircuros.
ed the Danube in January, 1878,
and rejoined the Grand DuUo Nicho
las at Adiiuuoplc soon ufterwnrd. Uc
was a favorite olllcer, good nalurcd,
and ready tooblige on all occasions.
On April 21), 187D, he was elected
Prince of Bulgaiia by a unanimous
vote of the Coiinlitueiit Assembly of
Bulgaiia, which, by the treaty of
Berlin, had been cieated a tributaiy
state of Turkey, Ho assumed tho
Government June 28, 18711. But
for a "disposition which appears to
ho extravagant in the eyes of his
thrifty subjects ho enjoyed great
popularity, lie is over six feet
high, straight as an arrow, and pos
sesses a line commanding llguie.
Whether on foot or in the saddle his
soldierly burning is remarkable His
face is dark, so us his hair and eyes,
and his features aro regular. He
cultivates a mustache or a full beard,
as his preference dictates. His
gallantry and pluck' lighting in tho
late Servo-Bulgarian war for a while
placed him on top of the wave of
popularity, but the displeasure of
the C.ar and Russian iutiigue have
resulted in his retirement.
The story of Prince Alexander's
departure is told as follows; Kara
valoff, the Prime Minister, entered
the palace at Sofia and explained to
Prince Alexander that the public
opinion of Bulgaria wn? dissatisfied
with his policy and demanded his
deposition. Alexander said: "1 sec
no friends; I cannot legist." Alex
ander was taken completely by sur
prise. Uc was astounded at the
sudden bursting of the plot upon
him. Karavaloff bad managed tho
whole affair with such secrecy that
the only indication of the coming
storm was a mutinous spirit notice
able among the troops. Alexander
had ordered the ch dilation of papers
among them which openly declared
that he alone was the only obstacle
to qhc union, but his orders in this
rcgaid were not obeyed. The affec
tion of the common people for Alex
ander personally remains undimin
ished. The Times t commenting on Bul
garian affairs, says: The coup
must, wc fear, be regarded so far
as Prince Alexander is concerned
as the end of a chapter of respectful
sympathy. The event must be re
garded as a triumph of Russian dip
lomacy and a very important event.
It is also a reverse for England's
diplomacy. It is only too clear that
the Marquis of Salisbury is confront
ed witli all the dangers and dilltcul-
tics in an aggravated form
had to face on
his first accession to
Tho St. Petersburg Mts&engcr
publishes an official communication
stating that, the relations between
Russia and the other powers remain
am instructed by Mr. "K. It. Ilomlrv
to sell at Public. Auction, at his Itesi.
deuce, Kinnu street,
On Wednesday, Sept. 8th,
at 10am, the whole nt his Ho'ienhold
Furniture and Blfucts, compiisiug
IiW Euciisiotr Mining Table &, Chairs,
HW Side Horn! and Chlflonlir,
2 Lounges, Curtain Poles, Pictures,
Superior Lot of lied and Table Linen,
l Splendid Priinuvcin Hedroom act,
1 Splendid Oak Bedroom Sot,
t Ofllco Desk, Lett, r Press & Stand,
Large & Small IlutjH, .Mosquito Nets,
Wire and t urkd Hair Matuassos,
Feather Pillow, Chandeliers & Lamps,
Cnckury, IMatid and Ula-sware,
Kitchen Stove ami Utensils,
Refrigerator, Men S.ife,
Garden Tools and H'-se,
Also, a choice intnf Fowls ifcTurkeys,
1 nuu Vjllllllgu I1U15U,
VKK Nicliol's Moic.
V-' next the Sliootinu Gallerv. Pic
lures, Portraits and viuws. Filst-class
work. Satisfaction punranteed.
.1. A GONSALVES.
Will open on MONDAY next. 80 ly
Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Bos
Line of Packets.
Shippers will plea-e lake no
lice that a dr.M.clnfs vessel
will be in thu berth loadlnsr
for this pint in .November, to
Mill December 1st. Orders should leave
hi're by steamer of October 1st to have
Another llid.ohiss ves-el will anil for
this port on or ubo'it the 1st day of
March. 1887, of which further notice
will bo given'.
For particular:., a)ilv in
C. HHEWEK'i CO., Agents.
Honolulu, Aim 21, 1BS1. 13
i. IF. r A. ""
.m i" MijiOu
.' "Hi 'K,lCnE1.
WAH CHUNG has purchased the
business of thu firm of Sung In
Tui Company, Tlnmililis, Maunukeu
htrect, from Chok Wa. Accounts due
by and owing to thu llrm will be fettled
by WAH OHUNG
Honolulu, August 28, lbbO. 17 3w
wfisi naBEKfc. -dB
Noillicrn Assurance Co,,
Accumulated Funds 3,000,000 Stor- -
rpilE Agent of tbN Company lu Hono.
JL lulu has rtcelvrd instructions to
riduce the talcs of LIKE INSURANCE
in thl country to a minimum rate,
without tiny extra premium for rcsh
dence in the Hawaiian Islands.
Among tho principal advantages ot.
tnohlng to n Life Policy In the " North,
cm," attention is e-pcclnlly drawn to
Surrender values of lnpcd policies
arc lie hi ut the disposition of the in
sured for rIx jcars.
Immediate payment ol claims without
deduction of discount.
Abolition of restrictions on foreign
travel and reiidence.
17 tit THEO. H. DAVIES, Agent.
In conformity with a resolution of
the Shateholders nf the Wnimea Sugar
Mill Company, adopted at a meeting
held on August 13, 1S8G, authorizing the
President and Secretary of bind Corpnr.
aiion to dispose of its property, etc., the
property of the snid
Waiiei Sugar Mill Co,
AT WA1MEA, KAUAI,
will be sold to the highest bidder, at
Public Auction, nt the Salesroom of E.
P. Adams & Co., on
Monday, 6th day of Septem
ber, AD. 1886,
at the hour of 12 o'clock m , to wit : the
Entire bUGAK WoKKS, known ns lite
Waimea Sugar Mill
ETected on fee s-lmple land at Waiineii,
Kauui, with nil its contents and machin
ery ami ino.iern improvements, manu.
ractuied by thu Honolulu Iron Works
Company in 18t-4.
l,eiieof landMuljoiningthe mill ltc.
Houses lor uintmger, sugar l.olkr, en
gineer and lubuicr.-.
liliicksiuilh and carpenter shop.
220 working Oxen, moic or less.
'M ON-cirt-i, yokes and (.lulus.
lhakc, harnesses, windmill, black
smith mid carpenter tool, including 1
huge I'litnum Latlio, complete mid
Oillcc anil household furniture.
Ituilioad track, etc., el'.
1 second-hand Engine, 10 24, in'-ider,
made by the Honolulu lion Winks
Also, all coal, lumber and sugur bags
whatever on hand on day of sule.
t5T" For information as to terms of
sale and other particulars as to
Ex luting IMniitinc Contract,
Well-boring and other minor ci'ntrucls
advantageous m the Mill, person- dtt-ir-ing
to Income purchasers may apply lo
fit. Ul'KEKUJSLT, t'ri'-illeilt.
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGEU &, Co, Ag'ls,
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
407 td Aiiciionecrs.
Store for Bent, and Fix
tures for Sale.
rI"MIAT desirable: Stoie imw occupied
X by the LADIES' UAZAAK, 88 Fort
street, and all the Fixture-, Glib- L'a-es,
&c, for sale. For further particulars,
enquire on thcPremises. 410
Chejp. In any Quantity,
9!1 HU.STACB.fc ItUUEbTS'tN. f'm
Election ot Oflicers.
AT the annual meeting of the Itiiliwa
Sugar Company, held Atigtiri 23.
18SU, the billowing ollli'crx weic ilccitd
for the enduing year:
John II. Paty Prci-lilcnt
1'eter 0. Jones .'.Treiihiirer
Joseph O. Curler Stcreiary
George .1. ltos Auditor
Dltcctors Thns. H. Fo-ler and Jus A.
Hopper. .1. O. C A HIE It,
Secretary H'llnwn Sueur Co.
Honolulu. Aim. 31. I&8II. 1 Itn
A'lll be oppn cvi-ix iilleiiioi u inl cv mi
In,.- a- fi llnw v
Monday, Tuoituy. Wciliu-xituj
To the pni lie In ueiienil.
For hulies ami geiilb'in,
For lu ln-t, genllrmi n mid ildldnn,
Let-tout- in Fnncj Skutitig.
WILLIAM WALL, Manner.
House and Lot off the Patio
Valley Hond, ner the nw
Punchbowl Stieet Urldco.
House contains li rooms, Bathroom,
Kitchen and Pantry, Outhouse consist
ing of Stable, Carriage House suit Hnr.
ne8 room, Tho grounds arc uluutcd
with clioloo trees. I'd be sold cheap Tor
cash. Apply to
IB U No. 37 Mcrchuuv Street,