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. S t ' . , r I" T ? ' i ! ' - ,. tfoudlotte, 7 days ....traii;l- ,;?. ', from Waianae ucv. (TLHirl cf V.i' I Ti' 1 T.mJl :1 it will be most likely to do a power of iroou. 1 u? in A ( nr. rfA..tnlv. Sent. IS. prke for a cruise. er.2en. for Maui and l. . . . i. " CamPbell. for KUauea .Vairnea Kauai. i,i To-day. t . I Pa " irk f0rHainakua,5pm .,L;h2onmaker, for San ARRIVALS- r ,n porSS Australia, -;fFrjn nr Mrs H Love and jLr" &3I Walker, Miss .;n Mrs C Moore and ::JlhlisS n ratch, Miss L WsAsJ Almlach.WT J 'V ihiU r A A Crane and !nVHonrng,JohnM There is much activity in issuing war rants for old scores at the Interior Office, including the allowed Likelike funerai claims. Mr. James Welsh has had fame thrust upon him by the publication of an ex cellent portrait of him in the New York Police Gazette. Mr. Imlach, whose arrival is recorded elsewhere, is believed to be the bearer of important public and private commis sions from England. Tenders are invited by the Board of IJealth, closing noon on the 29th inst., for the transportation service between Honolulu and Molokai. Remember Mr. Levey's sale of superior imported stock horses and milch cattle also harness, etc., corner of Beretania and Richards streets at noon. Mr. J. M. "Sass, who left here some months ago to engage in the tannery business with his brother, Mi. Peter Sass, in Humboldt, arrived bv the Aus tralia. Seats wet with the rain spoiled on the attendance at the Thomas Square band concert, only those who had carriages being able to enjoy the occasion thoroughly. :'.('r. Hall, s" . 1. ,r tn tie, engers. IiErAKTl'KES The Minister of Interior has the fol lowing card on his door: "This office and child, J C I will be open to the general public for the transaction of business each day from 10 until 12 o'clock." Dr. Whitnev. from whom the irre pressible San Krancisco interviewer ex tracted so much information reirardin Hawaiian teeth, is welcomed home again with his wife and children. K m Fvans, 3 children and - ?, Hrown, Miss Hattie i' V White, A .1 Crookshank, H , J FCollmrn. Mrs Lacey, VV;ear. C L Wight, and stmr Kinau, .. j If iu- tii. pot ,(1 ii.... i , ...... F, "Volcano: .Mrs i.rooKsnanK rS-teheail. For llilo and way ft&v the King, Miss Hat- 1 S elves, HonJ Wight HS .HU M Mist. Mrs Uoss and son. CnneMev ami wite, H n aiciii n!.',in'. T Atkinson. Miss a,:', itv m'h 1 child. II A Heen, ,5 MpKP Hastings. FS Dunn, .finawdt-fk passengers. :,n wr stm r Mikahala, Sept 18 H'H KK'f. Wlie uiivx lauiu , UnF Willielm, Hon Francis Gay, VIWM;. P benberg. jr, F Rertel jm Forbes, T Sawers, Mrs Ka ,j.ii,Iefk passeiigers. id and Hawaii, per stmr W G yit i-J S Kinerson, Mr Alex VHHalsitead, UP Parker and 2 il Arliu, MrAki. Mrs McKay, J C Sulers. Mrs McDade, J M Mon " Mrs Pickensoa, Mrs Hayselden, it 75 deck passengers. The Bulletin reports the Portuguese barber shoo on Kintr street, near Nuu- anu. broken into and plundered Monday ni'dit. There was a brisrht light in the nlacft when our renorter nassed at mid night, but nothing serious was suspected as the Makaainana printers were work iner next door, besides which there was a policeman a few yards away. . Mr. W. J. Brodrick, a citizen long resident of Los Aneles. Cal.. has ar rivfid tn snprul n. vacation from business in the isla.nds. accomoanied bv his wife and child. They will go to the Volcano and do the chief sights of the country o-enerallv. Mr. Brodrick is agreeably Kiirnrispd at. the annearance of Honolulu, and was delighted with Thomas Square and the line music ot tne Koyai iiawa iian Band. iiO ri'.i.ill lirl 1 illllll illM tour of this island Tnn IMUl-j IVUllVi police matters tolerably satisfactory. There was evidence of an unlawful liquor f Wn W I " t - nan. 1 i Jl uau.uuig uu, uuime Marshal hopes that the amendment to thp. lar- mad at the past session, will, facilitate the sup pression of this business. SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS. Received per Australia, Sept. 18th. Two Refrigerators Plums Pears, Quinces, Peaches, White Heart Cabbage, California Tomatoes, Cau- " vcicijw;., an in excellent oruer. . , California Fruit Market. Mutual Telephone 378. For ft sfvlisVi Hat 4. c: l. , store, 104 Port street. '""-V iciccs anu iriuuru'uciicB always to be found at Sachs' store, 104 xort street. Child rpn'o lann , 1 i. :i .1 ., "nn IV-C U1CSSW, LilllUlCll 3 nne embroidered dresses: something new at 104 Fort street. N. S. Sachs, prop. BY THE STEAMER ZEALANDIA, Due Here This Week, From Australia, The Leading Millinery House OF CHA.S. J". PISHEL, WXTUL. RECEIVE A FINE LINE OF Surrah Silks, Dress Silks, Satins, Lawns, Satteens, Cretons, Lace Curtains, AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF FINE Oahu Lodge No. 1, K. of P. fancy and staple dm goods! This CELEBRATED BEER Comes all the way ICE from St. Louis. Highest Premium . YfEETIXQ THIS EVENING AT CASTLE XtX llall. it3Importaut business, FRANK GODFREY, C. C. J. C. White, K. of R. & S. 99 It Assignees Dividend Notice. rrMIF ASSTfl'NFT'a OP THE PACIFIC NAVIGA- X tion Company, bankrupt, will pay 14 per cent, divi-'end on tbe proved claims, at the Bank of Bishop & Co.. on Wednesday, the 10th inst. v. jj. Aijijt, JAS. I. DOWSETT. Assignees Pacific Navigation Co. Sent. 18. 18R8. 98-2t NOTICE. n iff l'ollce Court. SHIPPING NOTES. .wnprKaala arrived Tuesday eve- riU'niuluii and Waianae. arksonnmaha" finished unloading d has ken moved to the Kinau vwner Kanikcaouli sails this -..a fur Kohula, Koholalele and . Hiirii. Abulia, II. C. Houdlette eorn aileJ from San P'rancisco, Sept--.Ihai 2 p. m., with fifty cabin and weotenrajie paseners and freight ';n. Sepumher 11th to 16th litdit d X. W. winds. September 17th ihi trades and line weather. -7i?fh from Tahiti via London was at the Merchants' Exchange yes tliHttbp British bark Derby ! aftiii'i Kuthcry, had been wrecked 'rrynn iiaml. and mat tne crew ii-j at Tahiti, reporting the drown iecinain's wife. S. F. Alta 11th Tuesday, Sept. 18th. Joe Williams, drunk, $6. F. Lar.v nleada not cuiltv. and Thos. (iMrnpiitPT yuiltv. to a charire of affray in the Cosmopolitan Saloon. Lacy showed that he had gone to look for some of Mr. Thnmas' workmen and found Mr. Car penter in the saloon, when the latter grappling with him for a wrestle both fell out ot tne aoor to tne siaewaiK. tacy is discharged and Carpenter fined $11. MR. GEO. L. BABCOCK WILL, 151 resume hla Flano Lessons on Wednesday September 12th, Rfiilpne 13 Emma street. Atntiia.1 Tfilenhone No. 321. 88-ft DRESSMAKING. MRS. M. B.CAMPBELL HAS COMMENCED ifl the business of Dressmaking, cutting ana Fitting, at her residence, No. 73 Beretania street, opposite tbe Hotel. Tbe patronage of tbe ladies is respectfully soucitea. aauaiacuuu euiiu- fPf1 oo-u Special Sale of imported stock By order of M E. LUCE. I will sell at public auction, at the vacant tot, Cor. Beretania and lticnards Sts., (opposite Hawaiian ixoi. On Wednesday, September 19th At 12 o'clock noon, sharp, violating a carriage LOCAL AND GENERAL. &y Vandalia. ; irrests, both drunk, yesterday. ;Mn Francisco letter says Malietoa f i.l kh-kintr. t K. of P., is called for im- -jusiness this evening. Australia will sail for San ' on Tuesday next at noon. II. P. Cropley, regulation, $6. Ah Fook, Ah Gun, Ah Gai, Ah In and Ah Wo, whose bail of $50 each for gaming was forfeited on the I4tn inst., nave men inp U "D T?U f case re-opened and are discharged on nol (j AHltl Alxllj XlVIXio XLiS i pros. Ah Fook, dealing in opium, is granted a further continuance to tne zutn insi. Awana, assault and battery, continued frnm thfi 7th and later dates, is dis charged on nol pros. Ah Fai, discharged, and Ah Mau fined $51 for dealing with opium. M-ihelona. larcenv from Theo, II . . y-. . il ', . 1 n A UaVlCS & tJO., guilty ill liuru uegieu cnu , . i uontmipwl t.n sir months' imprisonment 1 LI fTTfT7 a lfr Iro rrvi'O nt h,rd labor and nav $11 50. Appeal LV MVi)V VJ IV1 . noted to the bupreme uourt. Kaoaka, same offense as above, seven months' hard labor ana 1 Set Double Harness, 1 Carriage Pole, Milcli Coavs aud Heifer, (Iiuported stocli); 2 Monkeys, male and female; and 1 Ladies Saddle and Bridle. 5T TERMS CASH. Lewis J" Levey, 98-2 1 AUCTIONEER. Supreme Court. At Chambers. BEFORE MR. JUSTICE PRESTON. Tuesday, Sept. 18th. T.nw Division. Mele Lee Sun et al vs. W Mfihftlona. Assumpsit. $185 25. for nlaintiffs; no appear- nnna of or for defendant. Defendant's limpid from Police Court and Intermedi ns fVmrt. of Oahu. Plaintiff's motion, r,Lwi tliia datn. for execution to issue. Oral motion of plaintiff, that this matter stand over until tne amuavu ou. ai. Kaneakua can bo procured and filed, is allowed. " . Probate Division. In the matter of the guardJanship of Sarah and Rebecca Knth MnUtiu. minor canuren ui aica. . 1 - - y-. r . 1 C ivVt t 'i u,u,,oress, who recently .... n . i,pnrv Waterhouse. one of pe- - : uonoiuiu, has returned by ; V Naluai. Petitioii of Henry t John T. Waterhouse, Jr . truardians of the persons ana property of the minors, lor auowauco m atwuuio, discharge and final order of distribution. The executors, who are also the guar dians, are directed to file their petition for di-charge, and this matter is ordered to stand over until tnat snau ue uwm. e.r-S. S. Van.lalia will sail for San -wabyut 0 o'clock this morning. Jphone message last evening King street ia open at Leleo. F. Savior, the expert billiard ,ls "ere again from San Fran- 5 Keilof the s g Australia iias kator delivery of files and other itrnd bv the October steamer, all indebted to him are requested to settle their accounts Deiore me ouiu ui oricu.- All books, stationery and other goods in his store are effered to close at cost, or 20 per cent, reduction w.m 1-ecrnln.r nrices until the above date. The , . . . stock in every nne is uew uu ncou. 80-tf A. M. HEWETT. Tax Assessors Notice. Tax-Payers of the District of Kona, Oahu. .rnhal:hs book store has our oSfte m''S f 8everul San r-Genoral Atkinson left by the vioi , , Hruf the Bchools on the 1 "Hwau. THE BOOKS O TUHi taa awiaouw x the District of Kona. Island of Oahu, will be open for inspection Dy peisuu. x .j warn hAnpntieth dav of Septem- ber and the first day of October. Sundays ex cepted, in the Kapuaiwa uuuums, hours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and i o clock in the afternoon. q Tax Assessor. District of Kona, Island of Oahu. "it . . r 2lni arti on v. . 1111 rr. tho street ofti , llsco Wears on the "in im tVr..WJ?ntltUtional Limitntmnp 'nvuuM bo better. !?fAnTn Ashi0,'a was back Mv:,,. ' Ue Rev assistnnt too,i,. : ,'KnvM.i t Kruae of lort-str. Ji'i an I rancisco. Tuu! f 'Ull-h drew out of her Wri attt:rnoon and left llcrise about th j ,- xunktivio. -':e,i!l r.V VHB.ervethat the Lead tv tv. o exKn ts sntnB-QM, :..v. 'andia mm. ..o..i: FOR SAN FRANCISCO. :51!'i.e in Uielr parlor. iSSiS?'1 colored ' -0rtul ' rtues of "the best feat tSas "the world " Essays of Jgnoranee. . :x : TntlAnpndent savs The eating of the trunks of tree ferns (jCanic S teaillSllip 00 is stated to have neen a cu&tuixi ui natives of the Sandwich Islands, the people taking the trunk of a tree fern to o vnlnnnn and leaving the trunk there for cooking over some crack. Afterward the people would come back and eat the trunk's contents, said to be of a leathery taste " One would think in reading this ' ,.Ai,.flnffl are common things i ' all nvfir the islands; and io nave aiuu"" - - . that a crack here, there, and everywhere a TJ g T EALIA, L u i;to nn ordinarv cooking- K-J J- 3 is very uiuiii ,i . J will Tnnle ever learn that r.-i no oftivft volcano oi tne Islands; and that steam cracks are only to be found in that vicinity, more than i i... :ina omviv irnm liiw wuiuaiy i . habitations and straggling hamlets of rnggy Sei)t. 25, Li i v iin,u The Al steamship I 9? W 111 leave Honolulu for the above port on Hawaiian notel Arrivals. September 18th-r-Frank Halstead, Waialua; W. J. Brodrick, wife, child and maid, Mrs. S. Lacey, Los Angeles, VJttl. , U. Xi. liinav") o ' . j XT r ? li.aa Viilrlrpn ana mflm, ?3 At Xooa. XFor Freight or Passage apply to WM. G. IRWIN & CO., AGSXTS. WHICH WE WILL OFFER AT Very Low Prices, Gl-tf B.F.EHLEES &,Co Just Received a Full L.ine of LADIES', . GENTLEMEN'S AND . CHILDREN'S In COTTON -Batllillg SllitS--And iu WOOL ALSO Ladies' Black Diamond Dye Hose. i-tf The Equitable Life Assurance Society OF THE XJISriXED STATES. Stands First Am tie .Mi Life Assurance Companies of tne Worlfl, In Outstanding Assurance, in New Business, in Surplus, in Total Income, in Premium Income, in the annual Increase in Surplus and Assets, in the Percentage of Assets to Liabilities, and in all other Important Respects. Assets. Dec. 31. 1887, : : : 84,478.904 8a. Outstanding Assurance $5483,029,562 New Business of 1887 138,023,105 Surplus (4 per cent. Standard) 18,104,255 Increase in Surplus during the Year 1,748,379 Increase in Asses during the Year 8,868,432 Total Income 23.340.84tt Premium Income lilJ'i o Percentage of Assets to Liabilities.. 127 1-2 A Careful Study of the above Proves Conclusively that the Equitable Society is the most Profitable and Secure Life Assurance Company lor iiuenuing Assurers. ALEX. o. CARTWRIGFT"1, 9Qtf GENERAL, AtiEiNT HAWAIIAN 1J5LAJN JUS. IMITATION GIN. It' having come to our notice, that an inferior quality of Gin, purporting to be J. J. Melchers' " Elephant " Brand, is being offered for sale in this market, we have to For Sale on Draught, at THE "PANTHEON." 30-tf Tlie Risdon Iron and Locomotive Works, Corner of Beal and Howard Streets, San Francisco ...California Y. H. TAYLOR R. S. MOORE President . . .Superintendent Caiation tlae Public That we are the Sole Agents in the Hawaiian Isl ands, for the said Brand, and that every genuine bottle bears our " Sole Agency " label. w. c. peacock & Co., Sole Agents for J. J. Melchers' Schiedam, W. Z. 94 123C-6ra ORGANIZED 1850.J Tlie Manhattan Life Insurance Company Assets over $11,000,000. 13" Net Surplus over 82,000,000. POSITIVE RESULTS Uf a Policy in the Manhattan. Life on the New Plan. Age, 30; amount of Policy, $10,000; term, 20 years. The Annual Premium will be 301 80 The 20 payments will amount to C r'?? nn At the end of that time the Company will return to the holder in cash.... 5,7QO OO Thus the $10,000 Insurance will have been secured at the net cost for 20 years of only ' or Sl.Ga for $1,000 insurance pr year. or if the Cash be not drawn the Policy will become paid up for iO,oo ow 9 These results are not estimated, but are fixed in a Positive Contract, the full face of the Policy meanwhile being payable in the event of the death of the assured. There is no forfeiture of payments on discontinuance of policy after three years, a Cash or Paid up Yalue being Guaranteed by the Terms of the New York Law. For examples at other ages, and also on the 10 and 15 years' plans, write or apply at the Office of the Agent. NOTE. The Manhattan's is the simplest form of policy in existence and Incon testable after 5 years, this feature having been originated and adopted by this Company over 20 years ago. JOHN II- PATY, ?t. 86-tf 1235-tf Builders of Steam Machinery In all its branches. Steamboat, Steamship. Land Engines & Bolleri, High Pre isure or uompouuu. STEAM VESSEL9 of all kinds built complete, with nuns ot wooa, iron or cuiupuii. ORDINARY ENGINES compounded when ad visable. STEAM LAUNCHES, Barges and Steam Tugs con structed with reierence to tne traae in wmcu they are to be em loyed. Speed, tonnage and draft of water guaranteed. SUGAR MILLS and Sugar Making Machinery made afte tne mout approved pians. Aiaw.an Boiler Iron Work connected therewith. WATER PIPE, of Boiler or Sheet Iron, of any size, made in suuauie lengius lurcouuetuiiB together, or Sheets rolled, punched and packed for shipment, ready to be riveted on the ground. HYDRAULIC RIVETING, Boiler Work and Water Pipes made by this establishment, riveted Dy hydraulic riveting machinery, that quality of work being far superior to hand work. SHIP WORK, Ship and Steam Capstans, Hteam Winches, Air ana uircuiauug jruiupu, uittue after the most approved plans. 5 SOLE Agents and manufacturers for the Pacific Coast of the uome saiety toiler. PUMPS Direct Acting Pumps for irrigation or city works purr oses, uniit wuu ibb ceiuumitu Davy Valve Motion, superior to any other pump. N. S. Williams Honolulu. Room No. 3, upstairs, Spreckt.i Block. 41.3m Agent for the Hawn. Islands. City Market. Joseph Tinker, Family Butcher PEGS TO NOTIFY HIS FRIENDS AND TU1S t nnhlto tV,nt a IninrnvPll facilities for deliveeingthe Choicest Meats, etc., and he hereby solicits those families be has not served before to give him a trial. Promptness, dispatch and cleanliness ia hi. mnHn covii Ti cf Ihn hRt liff . MuttOU. Yell. Lamb. Pork, etc, the market affords. His Corned Beef and Cambridge Sausages, Fresh daily, and cannot be got at any shop in town out tne uiiy jiar.ei. U I am rjrenared to deliver meat with in a radius of three miles of the city. , Telephone 289. both Companies. 38-3m CITY MARKET, Nnuanu St. DAVIS & WILDER, 52 FORT STREET. Grocers & Provision Dealers. ISTFRESH GOODS BY EVERY STEAMEB.TE1 183 y nf FOR SALE. THE CLIPPER Bart Lillian, 340 Tons Register, WITH BOATS, ANCHORS, CHAINS, SAILS. Well fitted for immediate despatch. 2TFor particulars, apply to WLQ WO CHAN t CO., Miuann. Street San Francisco: H. C. Houdlette, Ed ward A. Keil, S. S. Australia.