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THE DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.
I Amscbr J B Leeds,
. ,t the CiVll
' - u-e herd requested to
'".eeblbiwof their affairs to
:trcl-rM . or before tbeSOtn day
- ., - ur:cie" . for the year eud-
from Navarro River, Cal,
From Port Townsend, per bktne Amelia, July
20 276,752 feet rough lumber, 115,361 feet surfaced
lumber, 3,000 pickets, 200,000 shingles, 11,350 foot
v (i reawooa anu ibo.tii reet it w glear
For Saa Franciscoper tern J C Ford, July 20
i iiacKieia s lo, o.oj nags sugar; C A'ong, l i-o
bars su?ar; total sugar, 7,453 bags; total tonnage.
450 tons; domestic value, $42,954 s6.
MiuM-r of tLe Interior-
,-oreiirn " lhat during
fl 1- 111
For Jaluit. 8 S I, per tern Ke Au Hou, July 2v
Pac-flc Navigation Co, 500 feet H R tracks. s.ooo
umuci, iw ivuuu.i potatoes, uu casc-s
oeef, 200 mats rice and 13 packages sundries.
Foreign value, f 1,150; value transhipped, S3s3 7";
domestic value, $107 50.
,fif,i.s of that office as Act
... htn.hv required to
pe..ai r .. . 0.r.f
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From Port Townsend , W T, per bktne Amelia
July ii Misses Newball (2,. '
r'rom Hamakua, per steamer Iwalani. Julv 11
Dr Jas Brodte. V S, Mrs Paul Jarreit, It A Lvman,
W C Johnson .and w.fe, Mrs Aug Unna Prof
Elijah I Nichols, and 25 deck passengers.
From the Volcano, etc. Der stfumpr fCinnM t.,:.-
19 Mrsch Wight and two children, lion J 2s' a
wahi, J McDadc, F.d Smith, Capt am Nowlein
Kum Chee, Mrs C F Furneux, II Johnson and
wife, ftev J Hemphill and wife, E M Laucianz, F
TGriUith, Capt J Kosi, A Young, sr, C Bolte. Mrs
.r,. .awaiKu, J r S AJexanfler. c;eo
and 96 deck passengers,
i, M Baldwin, a p WilrJer,
f . ,m, K1KM. Ki.
-,J h H; VLlF-KliI0X'
I ' Minir of Foreign A
, i.-,. tle mulersigued,
' , rtlTd:-:.-t of Honolulu, Island
KVrM!t eiu hN. - ""W b,,i,,,,n
: nt,er.,r.f AUniUale
ith of Jui''
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of nil p-W
.. f .. the imipo
i .nji:"-' . .
sut'irday ol each week,
bHiweeu the hours of
f recrivirig the
taxation in this dW-
, . luble io taxation are re.pect-iif-'4L
....Ht.,eir r.-turns as full, ex-
JM'Je?tlK'1 . .ii.i,. .'iviiiK number of
1f,!; --ta,e and depth
1, of 'tmrture th.-reon, rwt of
Vm a-nuan for such prop-
-u"lrP v,.ar, to whom and
? proprt ' . , Liay mortgage on
.,-iit ' .....rt-'ase. name of
For Kauai, 'iihau and Xiljoa, per steamer
Iwalani, July 20 II R II ITincess Liljuokalani, A
Hoffnung and wife. Miss Klla Iloffuune. Kev J
Hemphill and wife, w W Hall, n r
Jaeger, Henry Jaeger, E S Cunha and wife. Ha'rry
TV Auld, J D Holt, Hon Jas Krau utid ivifo unn
Junius Kaae and wife, Uon J T liukor n. v?t, r
Cti?kalll?rl und wife. O J Holt, Jr. and wife, J
J llJiams, Mrs Emma M Beck lev, Miss Peterson
Miss Lily Piikoi, Miss Itose Opealu, Mrs J M KiC
T ,',. , ,"uia Jvapena, .Miss Lily liichards,
Mrs II Holt, Miss Annie Harris, Mrs Lemon
Mrs P Costa, Mrs Drew. Sr. M
M.? U T,Mtku,oe' Miss zzif Victor, Mrs VL
Wilcox, Master Albert t'nriha. RwsvRiui,nn n-
Brede, C K Wilson, Jos Heielnhp, A McBrvde
r K.A McHr-vde. Annie McBryde, Uouglas
uta Jiartin, Master Boyd.
Mrs D L Kinimaka, MLss Bertleman, Mrs W Auld
and about deck passengers. '
if there Is any
. ... ,.f tiK.rt.'affe. name
j5Mhan.!..v..riu helongmg O
. ,; , i. .,i ..r consignment July
,) in fiiiuir:S
,.iits hands same date.
i'NT B K M A 1 K TO THE ITNDI-K-DS0T
LKTHAN U-LV 31. W3, OB NO
iuUS BV U K UK-VXTEU.aS the As
Jhtftaa I"" t assess property after that
id.Ureturm Luve not been made and
w b,f0re bin. prior i" July 31st, at an
.:;. bfaiaythii.W proper, and from which
ioeut there can e no appeal.
ul attention is lie re wit li urawn oj iut-
otnef.ii t ili:t no return is valid in
I.,bt i'..n- tlie Assessor, soutrj
rmii atiinor.zeu 10 uinm-
returns can be
a-1 forms ou w lii''h t') inakt
dtlydurin? the moat.i of J"ly on application
ijr uSrol the ii i-i'.:iit (.
f i T. i::. ii. hav-f.lueS,
..i-ss'r of Taxes
- . .
l!i:iolii!i. I -land of Oahu.
I'jf thf l'Kiri.'t t)i
fjaolaiu. Jini IT. !".
lal Xoli" i'ironi'.'ii mid Jfeiu
i'bertof Volunteer (iiiaiiicN.
iiiuil-:si!c.l heri-by gives special notice to
If-men and lueiiitiers of v(.lu:itcer c ompanies
Jtty P'Ust by law appear in person before
1 nil ciaiai their exemption from personal
aor.vK'h exemption cannot be allowed.
i FKcD.ll. 1IAYSELDEN,
r; Tix Assessor for District or Honolulu.
.ifl'.Zlu, June 17, l'SI. 2s0-jel7-Gw
Idx Hsesr'H Special Xotico.
uu.ltrsi.'iie.i hereby gives notice to all
i- whether respect of this or any other
:.-ti.i this King. lomj having balances of cash
a'T' or agents' Jiands in Honolulu that they
e tsesse'l hnre for the same according to
i returns maile by said hunkers or agents to
..SudrrVgned, anil the tax ou the same must be
' to Uif Tax Collector for Honolulu.
j FRKM. 11. HAYSELDEN,
Tjx Assessor fir District of Honolulu.
fcululu, Ju:ie 17, lii
5 1 r. m
? Risinx nn I Setting of tlie Sun.
n r:ses 'o-morruw morning at 5:2s o'clock.
uiws t!,iH evening at 6:44 o'clock.
fT OF HONOLULU, II. I.
AH SI I VAIA
Monday, July 20.
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I Monday, July 20.
Niihau and Nihoa,
. i- n. , . iuf v aiuianaio
W t (?:.Wik,11:'". f t Humboldt Bay
t-i. ,k.tpr;!-,i"ifths.fnr s;in Francisco
" tv1 Au hj, L'.vell. for Jaluit, Mi-
"i.iiu. fr llxii-M,
Luniiit .i-..i .- .
4' , ''" 'or ixoolan
, "-'fie,u,r Muliko
h'IIUU, Kll.n- f ,, ..
li MliS, I.jf HaWiOl nml toi,i
- .'in hi , ay
. t .
r.Ui MlVS' rr K:lllIllui. at2pm
!ttne V"V 'r'r-or Molokai. t 2 p m
n . lunnrj, lur oan t ran.
k: tvj Y '-aupahoehoe
!'teZ'' ru- Mahlmann
s Fiorenass, fro.m
riRiths, from .San Fran
' l - Turner, from
V Nielson, from
f. iort Queen
- hall, from Port Town-
. Sliest from San Fran.
'es. Hon... o
castle. X S
lf"". N..el!, fro
.lue ()(!t ' ,K-"son. from Xew
i, 4tn EcV: f:,r.Kal'U!ui. j inn
vhrA ' Lt,"'lryn Sa Francisco.
Tl'n San Francisco,
iu (ilasiriiw. Him
The schooner Mile
paddy from Ewa July
The schooner Luka brought 1,113 bags sugar
from Koholalele July 20th.
The schooner Ehukai brought 312 bags suour, 4
bundles hids aud 137 bags rice from Waialua
The schooner Maua brought 1,450 bags suar
from Honomu July 20th.
The American brigantine XV. G. Irwin will sa.1
for San Francisco at 1 o'clock this afternoon, with
i C frs L. . . . ,
,vuo uu,3 sugar anu ouo bags rice.
The teru J. C. Ford sailed yesterday with 7,543
bags sugar for San Francisco, and the tern Eva
sailed in ballast for Humboldt Bay, California.
All the interisland steamers were in port duriii"
the early part of yesterday.
She schooner Caterina brought another load of
stones for the Honolulu Lime Compauy Julv 20th.
The schooner Liholiho brought a load of fire
wood for the Interisland Steamship Navigation
Company from Hamakua Julv 19th.
The steamer Iwalani brought 2,227 bags sugar 1
horse and 40 packages sundries from Hamakua
The steamer Waimanalo brought 500 bags sugar
from Waimanalo July 19th. She has brought here
from the Waimanalo Sugar Plantation 1,80 bags
sugar in four days.
The steamer Kinau brought 1 ,381 bags sugar, 16
bales wool, 2 horses, 80 hides, 399 goat skins, 202
pieces koa boards, 90 packages sundries and 30
bags corn from windward ports July 19th.
The steamer C. 11. Bishop sails to-day to all ports
iu Hamakua. taking the Iwalani'.? route,"ancl the
steamer James Makee will take the steamer C. II
Bishop's route by Kauai and Oaliu.
In all probability the steamer Planter, of the
Interislaad fcteam Navigation Company', will,
after the arrival of the steamshih Alameda to
morrow, be sent over to the Coast to have her
boiler repaired. The Planter is at present under
going repairs preparatory to making that trip.
The sailing of the steamers Lehua and Mokolii,
of Wilder'.? line, have been postponed until 2
o'clock this afternoon, in order to accommodate
the Japanese immigrants to their various desti
nations. Captain A. Nielson, of the bark Forest Queen,
reports having passed a dismasted schooner off the
Islands a few days previous to her arrival.
The steamer Iwalani, Captain Freeman, sailed
for Kauai anu the Island of Nihoa at 5 o'clock yes
terday afternoon with the excursionist.? on board,
among whom were the following: H. It. H. Prin"
cess Liliuokalanl and a large party of native attend
ants, Miss Sophie Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hoff
nung, Miss Ella Hoffuung, Rev. Hemphill and
wife, Mrs. J. M. Kapena and daughtef , A. Jaeger
an 1 son, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Cunha and son, Miss
Emma M. Beckley, II. XV. Auld, Miss Lily Rich
ards and about 100 others. One of His Majesty's
whaleboats, with a six -oared crew, was also sent.
Ilunco Men Waiting for Victims.
New York Tribune,
Standing in front of the Fiftk Avenue
hotel one bright day recently, Detective
Prior said to me: "Bunco men were never
so thick in the history of New York as
they are now. Why, there's a hundred of
them over there in the park, sitting
around expectantly waiting for victims.
They swarm Broadway all th way from
the Battery up-town. Tkey work
up to the Windsor hotel on
Fifth avenue. There's no end to their
schemes. They catch the grangers in the
parks with cattle-raising, ranches, hogs,
horses, gold and silver talk. They como
into the hotels and spread out great big
maps all marked up with red lines and
blue dot3 and black crosses. They ex
hibit little phials of yellow stuff (brass
filings ten chances to one), and they point
to the map and point to the phial and
talk about millions here and millions
there. If their sucker dont bite they
will come outside and strike the first man
they meet for a quarter.
"Their favorite hotel racket, though, is
the horse scheme at a private stable.
They get acquainted with some guest of
the hotel, pretend to be starting for
Europe, to have a pair of horses that they
hate to sell, but would Jet go for a song
to any one who would take care of them,
and when they get a victim they stick
him with a pair of old rack-a-bones at a
big prjee. "
"The Hell ofJIakniaumau."
We have received the followins very in
terestiug letter from Mr. Merton Ii. Cote?,
who, with liu wife, joined the last Volcano
party, some of whom have since returned to
the city. The letter is dated from the Vol
cano House, July 17th, and is as follows:
"Di:ab Sir I have barely time to send
you a hasty note to inform you that Mrs.
Cotes and myself, with a party of fifteen
others, left the Volcano Houso at 5 p. m.
and arrived back here at 12:30, having ex
plored the marvels of this wonderland.
"We found the little beggar, Ilalemau
mau, and the "new" or north lake, x-ecd
ingly active. From time to time Ii .: mau
mau was one mass of rolling mol.vn fire,
running in huge waves from six to ten feet
high, just like the surf after a severe storm,
and in many places jets of the most brilliant
fire played throwing up thousands of spark
ling diamonds in the air fifteen and twenty
feet high. Our guides stated it has not been
so active for a very long time.
"In crossing the great lava beds we found
it very active in many places, vomiting forth
molten fire precisely similar to the molten
iron I have seen issuing from our large fui
naces in England, when some enormous
casting had to he made. We were on several j
occasions in most dangerous proximity to
the active fire, aud were compelled to walk
immediately over it on the partially cooled
lava for a space of at least two milts."
The party which accompanied Mr. and
Mrs. Cotes on tins most satisfactorj' visit
were Messrs. G. C. Beckley, U. C. Roberts,
F. T. Griffiths, E. M. Laucianz, Iiev. John
Hemphill and Mrs. Hemphill, Mr. U. John
son, Captain W. Matson, Miss E. M. Knowles,
Miss Helen Severance, Mr. George Deaeon,
Mr. B. Deacon and five others.
Tho American Fashioa.
They are moving Lord Carrineton's
- ici.:i,i,ii r l a
iiuuse iu .uiLcuaii, l,uuuou, en masse, to
uu nujaceui mic, unci wuai tney call the
American fashion, and the operation sc
simple with us, is causing considerable
excitement in juonuon. iau they taken
to this American fashion earlier many
houses of historic interest, amon" them
the several residences of Miltoi? might
have been saved. fe
Mr. Parnell's always frigid style of or
atory has become even colder and more
nonchalant than ever. He speaks, except
on rare occasions, as an official duty ap
parently, rather than from any other'mo
tive, and seems to take a pleasure in show
ing that, as it vas not by mere talk thai
he gained his unique position, he need not
imitate the loquacity of his followers.
According to the Moon.
At Harpswell, Me., those engaged in
digging clams the past winter have re
ceived 7 per barrel for them. It tnkp
eight or ten bushels of the shell fish to till
Ashfortl V Aslifortl,
ATTORNEYS, COUNSELORS, SOLICITORS,
adjoining the Post-183-1120
CECIL BROWN, ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW AND
Notary Public, Campbell's Block, Merchant
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUB
LIC. Office with the Attorney General, Alii
olani Hale, Honolulu, II. I. mr26-12-tf
J. M. M0NSARRAT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Real Estate in any part of the King
dom Bought, Sold aud Leased on Commission
LEWIS & CO.,
"Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
C7 and 69 Hotel street. F. O. Box 297. Old and New Telephone, 240.
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE. Fresh California Fruits. Fresh California Fish,
and a fall line of Fancy and Staple Groceries. Goods delivered to all parts of the city free of c'aarge.
AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 77 aplC 861ns
DISINFECT ! DISINFECT
Carbolic A.cid, Carbolic Powder,
Supreme Court July Terui.
ASSOCIATE JUSTICE M'CULLY PRESIDING.
fcjATCEDAY, July 18til.
Hammer, LeisttY Co. vs. QuongSam Lung
A Co., assumpsit. F. M. Hatch for plaintiffs.
Ou plaintiffs' motion, ordered that publica
tion of summons be made weekly for ninety
The King vs. Ing Fing, perjury, third
degree, Antone Bosa, Deputy Attorney-
a barrel when the shells are removpd thni I Loans Negotiated and Leeral Documents Drawn
i- . i-.ll T " " I " "
is, ui imi moon, nut according to The
Bath Independent, it takes twelve bush
els if the clams are dug when the moon ia
in its first quarter.
On tho Jterniudas.
The only animal known on the Bermu
das are rats and mice brought by ships,
and bats blown from the main land
Birds, however, are numerous.
The Indians, according to Professor J.
W. Powell, were tho "mound-builders,
and some build mounds to the present
Ko. 27 5IEKCIIAXT STREET,
Gazette Block, Honolulu. 371-ti
BURNETT'S DISINFECTING SOLUTION
SOLUTION CHLORINATED LIME,
SOLUTION CHLORINATE!, bOiA,
SOLUTION CHLORIDE ZINC.
TN FOWLER'S YARD,
JL street. The only one dollar house in Hono-
N FOWLER'S YARD. CI AND 63 HOTEL
per night, 2j cents :
A large supply of the above disinfectants on hand at
HOLLISTEE & CO
54 MERCHANT AND 77 QUEEN STREET.
rrnvO ENTRANCES. ELEGANTLY FUR-
nished rooms. Spacious grounds and fine
location. Terms reasonable.
200-n22 MRS. DAVID OXLEY.
General, presents indictment,
declines to allow the same.
Mary K. Kaulaokeahi vs. W,
divorce. W. L Holokahiki for plaintiff.
No appearance of defendant. Divorce
granted for desertion, and failure to pro
vide. Dillingham & Co. vs. G. Sandemann,
assumpsit. F. M. Hatch for plaintiffs. On
plaintiffs' motion, and clerk's certificate,
ordered that defendant be defaulted for
failure to answer. Flaintiff waived jury.
Judgment given for plaintiffs for amount
Court adjourned at 11 o'clock a. m.
Monday, July 20th.
The King vs. Lu Tune, housebreaking.
The Attorney General and Antone Rosa,
Deputy Attorney General, appeared for the
prosecution. J. M. Foepoe appeared for the
defendant. Flea not guilty.. The jury ac
W. H. Shipmau vs. J. H. Nawahi, dam
ages. V . Ii. Castle and L. A. Thurston for
plaintiff; F. Neumann and W. A. Kinney
for defendant. Case tried before a mixed
jury. Cas unfinished at adjournment ( f
Court for the dav.
Covers t&e Case.
Mobile (Ala.) Register.
Col. Tom Saffold said: "I was talking
with Gen. Toombs the other day and he
paid: 'Saffold, the greatest vice to which
the human family is addicted is gambling,
and yet do you know there is not a word
in the Bible in condemnation of it?' Gen.
Toombs is in error. The tenth command
ment covers the case. "Thou shalt not
covet" stares, or ought to stare, every
gambler in the face. At the bottom of
every species of gambling is the covetous
desire to get the money of other people
without iust recompense.
The sunflower craze, florists say, is
quite dead. The sunflower had to pass
away, of course, soon after Oscar Wilde,
the gentleman with a hand like a ham
but w e have the consolation that the seeds
are just as good as ever for chicken-feed.
And what this great nation needs is an
piORNER OF MERCHANT AND NUUANU I
V streets, conee oaioon ana itestaurant. cor
fee and Cakes, 10 Cents; Meals, 25 Cents; Board
f 4 50 per week. 19s-tf
C OSMOPOLITAN RESTAURANT, 62 HOTEL
street, Jun Hee, proprietor. The best cook
in the city has opened the above restaurant.
Everything neat and clean. Table supplied with
the best the market affords. Wire gauze doors
make the ploce cool and fly proof. 221-tf
Mrs. Robt. Love. Fred. Johxsok.
Science has come to the aid of base-ball
players, and announced for the benefit of
batsmen wrho are ambitious to make heavy
hits that the ball should be struck at the
angle of twenty-three degrees in order to
send it to the greatest possible distance.
ders for Ship .bread executed at short notice.
Old bread rebaked. Every description of plain
and fancy bread and biscuits. Fresh Butter.
Island orders promptly attended to.
COFFEE SALOON AND CHOP HOUSE in
connection. Cool, airy room. Attentive waiters.
Everything first-class, at reasonable rates.
Ask House Dining Rooms,
78 Hotel street, near Fort.
THE HONOLULU IKON WOBKS CO.
Have completed aud tier for sale the lol lowing Roller, viz:
IMPAIR COMPOUND STEEL B0ILEKS SK
1 Combination Boiler, 12 ft. x 5 ft. 0 in.
1 Combination Steel Boiler, 12 ft. x 1 ft., also
1 Second-Hand Tubular Boiler, 12 ft. x 4 ft.
3oo-je27 -sc Apply to Tlie Honolulu Iron Works Co.
EL E. Mclntyre & 13ro.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries? Provisions and. Feed
EAST CORNER FORT AND KINO STREETS.
New Goods received by every packet from the Eastern states and Eurftpe. :Tresh California
Produce by every steamer. All orders faithfully attended to, and (Joods delivered to any part of the
city free of charge. Island orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Postollice Box No. 145
Telephone No. 92. 80ap21-8CIns
J O II N N O T T,
Hot ami Cold Lunches a Specialty.
Excursion to Jlird Inland.
A very large crowd assembled at the wharf
last evening to witness the departure of tlie
excursionists to Nihoa, or Bird Island. The
Royal Hawaiian Band was present under the
leadership of Professor Berger, and played a
variety of musical selections. The most no
ticeable feature among the tourists was
that most of the ladies were robed in calico,
while the men wore woolen shirts. Leis
of every shade and color were abund
ant, nis Majesty the King, II. R. H. Prin
cess Likelike, and His Excellency J. M.
Kapena were among those who came down
to see the party off. As the last whistle of
the steamer Iwalani sounded, three rousing
cheers were given, and hats and handker
chiefs waved in the air. H. R. H. Princess
Liliuokalani took with her a fine Hawaiian
string band to enliven the trip. Mr. Hoff
uung and his family only proceed as far as
Niihou with the party.
lAm it ...
uiy 22 - i .Morse, tcom
0 --....-, Hum 4au
Iij:vi, B Cousj
rdia ,o.:. ...
! 'ber.from the
Jim Webster was recently blessed with
a son. His wife determined that the son
and heir should have a high-sounding
name, and selected a very beautiful one.
When the child was presented to the
clergyman for baptism the latter said:
".Name this infant. "
Jim scratched his head for a while, ai
u Dat's no proper name for a Christian
"Sunflower, den. "
Once more the clergyman shook his
head incredulously. Jim Webster leaned
over and whispered to his wife to give the
"Hvacinth, " she replied.
44 ell, 1 knowed it was some kimk-r
garden truck. "
o 3Io utay Taper,
linoxville, Tenn., is said to be the oulv
city in the I nited States of 20,000 iuhab
Hants, and having railroads, steamboats,
telegraphs and telephones, that publishes
no paper on Monday.
LOCAL AND UENERAL.
The time in the mile dash was 1:47?4 and
l:495i. and not "2," as printed yesterday.
The steamer Lehua will leave on her usual
trip for the windward ports of Maui to-day
at 2 p. m . , instead of at 4, as ordinarily.
His Excellency the Minister of Foreign
Affairs will give a reception at his city resi
dence next Thursday evening in honor of
Mr. Katsuniske Inouye, II. I. J. Majesty's
Special Commissioner to Hawaii.
The Royal School closes next Friday,
the closing exercises commencing at 9
o'clock a. in., and continuing until noon.
Parents and friends of the pupils are in
vited to be present.
Mr. Tavernier has a picture on his easel
that gives a view cf the crater of Kilauea as
seen by the party who visited it a few weeks
ago. The view is much more comprehen
sive than any that has been painted hereto
fore by Mr. Tavernier, and promises to be
one of that gentleman's happiest efforts. It
will be on exhibition probably by next Sat
urday. Mr. Kay, manager of KukuihaleJ Planta
tion, celebrated the fourth year of his mar
riage at that place last Friday evening, on
which occasion the following guests were
entertained: Dr. James Brodie, V. S., W.
11. Purvis, Dr. Greenfield and wife, W. C
Miller, Miss Watson and Jos. Mars-Ipn,
Captain Freeman and Purser Webster of the
Iwalani were also present. Music and danc
ing were kept up until a late hour the fol
ivR-SYALKWA! J Si
Try our meals iu the new Private Dining:
Room. Luxurious living.
WO-tf GEO. CAVAXAGH, Proprietor.
Ir I O jST Ii E R
Steam Candy Factory
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
strength and wholesomeness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds , and cannot bo sold in corn-petitio-i
with tho multitude of lowtest, shore
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only EX
cans. Rqy au Bakinu Powdek Co., 100 Wallow
230 d-w tf
Waimanalo Sugar Co.
The public hiring out of children to the
lowest bidder still obtains in the Swiss
canton of Berne. A heartrending case of
this kind is reported from Biel, where the
public crier, despite the te:irs aud en
treaties of the widowed mother, "tlaced"
her four young children of 10, 8, 6 and 2
years for 28, 31, 40 and 70 francs, re
spectiveh', for the remainder of the yar,
thus separating the whole family for fear
lest the wretched woman become a burdsn
upon , the town. And that is done in
rpHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE WAI
l manalo Sutrar Co. will be held on Wednesday,
July 221, at 10 a. m., atMr. A. J. Cartwright's
othce. c ROLTE, Secretary,
All persons indebted to me are respect fully re
Settle Their Accounts
As I propose leaving for England August 1st.
All bills against me will be paid on presenta-
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
Hotel street. 117 tf Telephone 74
Notice of Co-partnership.
THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVE
notice that they are co-partners in the
bakery business and coffee house, under the name
of Love's Bakery, on Nuuanu street, in Honolulu,
Oahu. Residences of both in Honolulu.
For herself and as guardian.
Dated Honolulu, July 10, 18S5. jyll
ON ALA KEA STREET, BETWEEN HOTEL
and King streets, a pair of gold glasses, with
gold chain and pin attached. The finder will be
rewarded by returning same to residence ot DR.
M'GREW. v 320 tf
YOSEMITE ROLLER FLOUR.
The undersigned beg leave to announce that
they are now manufacturing
FAMILY AND BAKERS' FLOUR,
By the ENTIRE ROLLER PROCESS, and are
prepared to fill orders, guaranting complete satis
faction. Our flours have gained an enviable repu
tation on the Pacific Coast, and among bakers and
general consumers are more popular that any
other. Address orders to
SPLIVALO & FORM AN,
No. 415 Battery street, San Francisco, Cal.
323 JylO 3mos
At the Old Stand, No. 8 Kaahum?R Hf9 Honolulu,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN ALL THE LATEST IMPROVED
Granite Iron Ware, Plain and Nickel-Plated ;j
Tin Ware, of all kinds;
Lamps and Lanterns
Rubber Hose ;
Galvanized Jron and Lead Pipe ;
Sheet Lead and Copper;
Iron-Stone Drain Pipe.
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work,
OF ALL KINDS, ATTENDE 10.
A Variety of House Furnishing Goods, too varlou
s to mention.
THE UNDERSIGNED, EXPECTING TO
leave the Kingdom for a time, offers for sale
a five years' lease of the American House, with
all furniture and appertainments thereunto be
longing. Apply for terms on the premises, No.
70 Maunakea street. Z. Y. SQUIRES.
Honolulu, July 17, 1SS5. 329-aul7
Notice to the Public.
IL. IB, Kerr.
J. 31. Oat, Jr., & Co.,
STATIONERS & NEWS DEALERS,
Hawaiian Gazette Block.
27 Merchant St., Honolulu. II. I.
529 U .
TR TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING
YY to the public that, in addition to our
PASTRY AND CONFECTIONERY business, we
will open an
Ice Cream IParlor,
Which has been fitted to suit the requirements
of our first-class trade, on
SATURDAY. APRIL" 25TH.
Our Creams will be of SUPERIOR QUALITY
only, being made of Genuine Cream, a supply of
which we have secured from the Woodlawn
Dairy. From samples furnished ns. W3 are able
to guarantee the best quality of Ice Cream. The
following assortment of Ice Creams ana fcherberta
will be furnished on oar opening day, SATUR
DAY, APRIL 25TH:
ICE CREAMS Vanilla, Lemon, Chocolate,
Coffee, Pine Apple, Strawberry, Coffee Glace.
SHERBERTS Orange, Strawberry.
Wo are also prepared to furnish Ice Cream to
parties, dinners, etc., and to customers at their
homes. Our Parlors will be or-n every day and
evening, except sunaay. I'arues aesinng ice
Cream on Sunday must give their orders for the
same on Saturdays before 9 o'clock P. M. The
Cream will be delivered before 10 A. M. Sunday
mornings, packed so as to keep hard eight hours.
Hoping to get a share of public patronage in
this line of our business, and thanking the public
for their liberal favors in the past, we remain
MELLER & HLBE,
ap-24-tfdAw Lincoln Block, King street
WILDER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Doors, Sash and Blinds. All kinds of BUILDERS' HARDWARE, Paints Oils CI,,, nr -Corrugated
Iron, Portland , Cement; STEEL NAILS, -much sunert 1
-jflrtis tic Color Prin tin .
2I3! MAIN ST.,