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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, NOVEMBER 24, 1883.
At! Parti- .l-irous of securing ihe wrrlcn of Portu-(ru-
'.citnu-t Larmrrrs, undrr Ui auaricm of the Board
,.f Immigration, ar luvlieU to inform the President of
cu B-r l, In writing, at a early a day an convenient, of
th- n.iinU r aixl rUwM of laborers they require.
C1IA.H. T. O CLICK,
Mutr f Interior ani President Board of Immi
gration. Interior OffW, Novnrirr 22, IMS. n 13-d. an
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23th, 1833, being
the anniversary cf the recognition of Hawaiian In-Jept-ndence.
bv the government of Great Britain
and France, will be observed as a Public Holiday,
aal all public ofices throughout the Kingdom will
Chaklis T. G click,
Minister of Interior.
Interior LVj -a r truant. Honolulu.
Hoard of Health Notice.
'pf.nperh wanted for the board of uea lth
A to supply n
supply monthly fx, of Hay, at.
per B.; 500
t. A Oat, at per .: COO ft- of Bran, at per fx
I'oiitrart tu cornroenre on December 1st next, and to
lui dr month...
Tnlr for the ahuve. nurknl, "Tender for Supplier
!r ll.f RoariJ if H-alth." mut he M-nt In to the ofiVe of
tit- K.r 1 of Ht-aJrh im.I btler than Noremher Zlth.
WALTER M. OIBOX,
Prnti'lt-ut Batrd ttt Health.
IIn-liili. II. I.. X"rmhr IT. I'll. nl"-1l
Auction Sale of Awa Licenses.
HIRK WILL BE siLD AT PUBLIC AUCTIOX OX
:b.XJDAV, FIFTH DAY OF DF.tT.MBF.il,
trw followiiur Awa IJren-.. f.r the term of one
i eir, from January I. tt :
Honolulu t I WaiiUua I
M kis.i'v ., .. ......
I Ewa and Waianae..
...... - liana
. ..1 I Moiokai and I-aiial.
.". K iU.il ....
)tanal-l - 9.. 1 I Uhae I
itawsilutii KoUm. ...I
Ttuf Ui-riwM f r the Island of Oahu will be itold at the
from entrance of Alli'ilani Hal n the day above nanled,
at 1- u'cloi'k twion.
Those of the other ItUtnd will be jm,M in their respective
tttrut4 on the uni- date, at wh place an shall be draiic
naled by tf- .veral StteriflTi or their Drpotien.
I PSET PRICE For Honolulu, fiOO for earh been? ;
(or II Jo. Lthaina. and Walluku, sioo for eatta Ik-en.te,
and for ail other Districts. vl0 for each liceiue.
TERM--1 A deposit of 2-J per rent, upon the fail of the
Lamuier. and a forfeit of aald depuniT should the full
amount of !lfn not be paid within ten day from the
ilay nf aal.
CHAM. T. ULXICK,
Minister of Interior.
Interior Department, November 11, nlT-wlt
I have thU day commissioned D. Keliia as
Pound Master at Eaknihaele. Ilamakna, Hawaii,
in place of R. P. Ka;kahi, deceased.
firhi-e GovrieiM of Hawaii, t
Uilo. Oetober 4, 1W3. f nl0-3tw
SALE OF LEASES OF
TCE'DtY. N JTEMBER STTH. 18t. AT THE
I front rotnib'e of Aliiolani Hale, at 12 o'clock noon,
will wtd at fur.ltc Aaetton. all that tract of land in
Northern Uilo, Iland of Hawaii, lueladed between
Lnoinn the .oa'ti.-ai't, and Maulua Nut on the uurth
we.t. and between the aea on the makai aide, and a line
ou the nianka aide parallel b th coa.it, two miles distant
thenfrom. all Oovemment GranU being excepted, and
the area exrlnelve of anrb grants being about 1.00
acre, tiaid tract C3n.iva of portion. of the following'
lanU. vim :
Haklaala. h.iiakra, Kalaaakli, Pahaha
paka. I'aaaaai. Ilaaaaaaiaaa, Kal
balkl aaat Maalaa ikl.
Ternja Lea 15 .years ; nfet price, $700 per annum,
payable quarterly In advance.
That tra.1 of liotenuiwDl Land known a. 11AMAUA
KtW.MlA. and itnated in Manoa Valley, Oahn, con
taining about 7 acres.
Term Leaaa 10 years; np.et pi Ice, f.M per annum,
paraLU quarterly in advance.
r miner parti ilars may be obtained at the LanJ Offlca
.f hl- Dejartmeuf. CHARLF-1 T. OULICK.
Minister of the Interior.
D'Pr:ment of Interior, O. t. 2T, lrl. oI-wtd
List of Licenses Expiring in tho
Month of November, 1883.
J Y Aula ft Co. Hjtel street, Honolulu
i Jno Kibello. corner Nuusuu anJ Hoi el
ntre ;s, lloao-
2 Chuu Faa, Na tanu street. Honolulu
'i Wont Part, atna street, Honolulu
t L Ahl-. Xuutai street. Honolulu
: Hup Hing ft Co, beretaaia street. Honolala
a Hop Ut-4 ft 'o, corner B-retant and Nuuanu -treets,
J C Akana, Nuusnn street, Honolulu
3 Kotu thum, corner Hotel and Mauaikea slreet-, Uo&-
i J Engling k Co, Nauann street, Honolulu
a Thos O Thrum. Merchant street, Honolulu
7 Oeo Lucas, Fort street. Honolulu
I Moore ft Co. King street, Honolulu
7 Kara Kee, Hotel atreet, Honolulu
J A II Mellia, tort street, Honolulu
Te Man Tong ft Co, Hotel street . Honolulu
a Conches ft Ahucg. Fort streei, Honolulu
Hop Yick ft Co, corner King and Nuuanu atreet. Hono
9 Am, Waianae
10 E P Adams, Queen street. Honolulu
10 Lo Ham Sing, Nouanu street, Honolulu
II W M Wenner ft Co, Port street. Honolulu
11 Sam Kee. Nuuanu atreet. Honolulu
I J Lan Ko. Maunakea atreet, Honolulu
1J L Copenhagen, Nuuanu street, Honolulu
1 1 Ben Joe Enoa, Nuuanu street, Honolulu
14 UoUister Co, Nuuanu street, Honolulu
14 Sun Lo:ig. Nuuanu street, Honolulu
U CO Bergrr, Merchant street, Honolulu
Jj Mrs N F Burgess. Port street, Honolulu
1 J Thos O Thrum, Fort street, Honolulu
jj Wong Cheu. Emma street, Honolulu
II Joseph Enoa, King street, Honolulu
Is Oee fio. King street, Honolulu
21 Ho Ping. Ultra street, Honolulu
21 Cnaog Ming Tong, Hotel street, Honolulu
23 Chan Kee, Clakoheo atreet, Honolulu
M Aswan, Nuuanu street, Honolulu
2J Euck Sing. Hotel street, Honolulu
2J Yee Wo Chan, Maunakea street, Honolulu
Xi Ton Kim. Emma street, Honolulu
25 ree Hop ft Co, Maunakea street, Honolulu
25 Joseph F Pickering, King street, Honolulu
27 Allen ft Robinson, Queen street. Honol nlu
27 Loo Poy, Nuuanu atreet, Honolulu
) Vat Kee. Bmma street, Honolulu
I Alt Wee Ouy, Waikapu
11 S NV Kaal ft Co. Hans
13 Leong Hong, Walluku
13 C H Ah Fook, Lahaina
V Harold Oiles, Wailuku
ICY Alona. Papaiko, Hilo
4 Chong Kong Leon?. Naalebu, Kan
4 Chung Peu. Punaiuu. Kau
II Soy Lung, Kukuiheele, Hamakna
li Tong Wo s Co. liila
13 Wong Wai, Hilo
1 Cblng Moon and Tuck Chow, Kalihiwai. Hanalei
4 J D Neal. Koloa
ICY Aiona, Papaiko, Uilo. Hawaii '
1 Aam ft Co, Hotel atreet, Uonolalu
3 Kin Chum, corner Hotel and Maunakea streets, Hono-
4 Chong Koug Leong, Naalehu, Kau, Hawaii
4 Ak-'ous, Nasrlliwili, Kauai
7 Ah Tim, Puneo, Hilo
8 Ah Kae, Punchbowl street, Honolulu
Hop Yick St Co, corner Kin; aal
14 Ah Wai. Olowalu. Maul
It Apana Hapol. Puaahoa, Hilo
15 AU Chee, Buff urn's Hail, Honolulu
17 Young Hee, Wailuku, Usui
23 fee Hop ft Co. Kahului, Maui
29 Ah Jim, Uaiawa, N Kohala, Hawaii
1 Kirao Kolikoll. Kona, Oahu
7 Jacob fisher, Kona, Oahu
7 Oscar Hoick, Kona, Oahu
Arthur Brows. Kona, Oahu
Jao U Babcock, Kona, Oahu
J7 W J Forbes, Kona, Cstiu
K :anu streets,
17 W Wall, Kona. Oahu
H " ,M. 'W'hltIley- Jr' Oahu
21 Pd Mahlna. Kona, Oahu
29 H K hamaka.Kona, Oab
1 W O Irwin k Co, corner Fort and Queen atreeU, Hono
2 i Z U Waterhooae. Queen atreet, Honolulu
I V- "1H W'hoase, Klnjr street. Honolulu
Snce A hung. Fort street. Honolulu
23 8 Magnin, Beaver Block, Honolulu
2 Qnong Sam Kee A: Co, King street, Honolulu
it C K Kapnle, Makawao, Maui
4 A Haagenaen, Lahalna, alani
13 Alex McBryde, Koloa. Kauai
2tHiel J Kapn, Lahalna. Usui
2a W H Bice. Lihue. Kaaai
IPS Pratt, Honolulu . Oahu
18 W.E W Deverill, Llhne, Kauai
2f Nathaniel Eaalakawaka, Wa-alu, Oahu
20 R McEJbbin, Queen street, Honolulu
29 C H Wet more, Uilo, Hawaii
3 D H XiUsa.8 Kona
1 James DodJ, PantheonJHonolala
9 Kalanul, Honolala
10 Wing Wo Chau & Co. Nuaann street, Honolulu
10 Faahion Stables, rornr Union and Hotel streets, Hono
TAX COLLECTOR'S HOTICE.
Dihtbict or Hosolclp, Oahu. 19&'i.
fllAX PAYIK IN THIS DISTRICT ARE UEKEUY
J. notified that the undemifmed will commence the col
lection of Taxes for the current year at bis office, makai
of the Government House, on
Thursday, November 1, 1SS3.
. In continuity with tectlon 54 of the new Tax Law, all
persona subject to taxation are required to make pay
ment of the same to Lim en or befcre the
15th Day of December, 1883.
Or tbey will become liable to tj ADDITIONAL TEH
PER l l.ST. added thereto.
Tax Collector, Honolulu.
Tax Office, October 25, 131
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE.
District of Koolaupoko, Oahu. 1883
N OTICE Id 1IEKKRY GIVEN TO ALL T XPAYER
in the above District thai the Tax Collector will be
at the different places as follows : Kaneohe and Heeia, at
the Court-house at Kaneohe on Wednesday anI Friday.
November 7th and 9th, from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Wai
manalo, at the residence ol Hon. Jno. A. Cummins on
Tuesday and Wednesday, November 13th and Uih. and
on Monday, December 3d. KaOua, at the residence of Mr.
Mahoe. on Thursday and iriday. November 15th and
ISth, and on Tuesday, December 4th. K.ha'ui and Kaa
Iaca. at the residence of Air. Akana.on Tuesday and Wed
nesday. November 20th and 21t, an 1 Thursday, Decem
ber 6th. From Waiahole to Knaloa, at the residence of
J. W. P. Katnealobs. on Thursday and Friday, November
2"M and 23d, and on Friday. December 7th ; after which
time he will be at the Court-house at Kaucobe. All per
sons liable to taxation are hereby requested to pay their
taxes on or before December 15th, or they will be prose
cuted according to law. A. KAULIA,
Tax Collector for the District of Koolaupeko.
October 27,1 S83. n3-lw
In Chambers, Circuit Judge, Second Judi
cial District, Hawaiian Islands-
IN THE ESTATE OF ELLEN NOWLEIN, LATE OF
Molokai. deeeaaed. Proper application having been
ned by HENRY O. TREADWA Y with thin Court, pray
Ins; that an AdtninLdrator le a ppointed on the entate of
ELLEN NOWLEIX, of Molokai. deceased, IntenUte, it Is
Friday, leeeiuber 7, at lO A. M .,
At the Coort.hou.se In Lahalna, be- set as the time and
place for hearing the said petition, and any objection that
may be made thereto, and all persons interested are
hereby notified to attend.
Circuit Judge, Second Judicial District, II. I.
Walluku, November 7, 1S83. nl7-w.1t
COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER (0.,
JaV1NQ THIS DAY DISP03ED OF THE FLANT
and gnod will of the
PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVEETISEE.
And the JOB PRIXTLNO BUSINESS conneci-d tliere
witb, 'nb.cribere and Advertisers, and other customers
of the office, will plesae take notice that all accounts
incurred on and alter 0t,ber 1st t along to the new
Maaagtr P. C. A. Ca.
Honolulu, October 1 1W.
ALL BILLS U U E
Commercial Advertiser Co.
FOR ADVERTISING OR SUBSCRIPTION. TO OC
TOBER 1ST, 18S3.
Must be Settled at Once,
And all bills due by the P. C. A. Company ruasl be pre-
aented at the office for settlement.
Is railed to to this advertisement, as the Company de
sires to wind up tbeir business ai soon as possible.
P. C. ADVERTISER CO.,
Per 1. LYONS.
T 13 REQUESTED THAT ALL COMMUNICATIONS
L connected with the business of this paper, or of the
P. C. ADVERTISER
JOB PRINTING OFFICE, be adJressed to the under
J. S. WEBB,
Hoeolnlo. October 16, 1883.
Gents', Laflies' aM CliDlren's Wear.
These Goods are now open. Please call and see them
at my store.
X. 11 Tort Btree,
Opposite Pantheon Stables.
TOB BEAUTY, COMPORT AND CT.EAN
A. linew. and for m-olonirlna tha aira of a
Have Him Clipped by J. Broad
Corner of Hotel andlRlchard streets.
Honolulu, H. I.
London, October 10, 1883.
The unexpected death of Mr. J. C. Pfluger
Consul-General of the Hawaiian kingdom
at Bremen, has created profound regrets
among his numerous friends in Germany.
Mr. Pfluger wa3 born at Bremen in 1S32,
and consequently was only in his 51st year.
At the age of 17 he went to California and
soon after entered Hackfeld's office in Ho
nolulu. Foi some years past he had resided
at Bremen, and to Lis exertions the success
attending German emigration to Hawaii is
principally due. German papers generally
publish obituaries and deeply lament his
decease as a loss to German trade with the
Pacific, of which he was one of the most
able and energetic representatives. The
funeral came off on the 8th instant. Mrs.
Pfluger still remains at Meran, in the Tyrol
In a precarious state of health.
HAWAIIAN RESIDENTS IX EUROPE.
Mr. Glade, of Hackfeld & Co., who in
tended to pass the winter with his family at
Wiesbaden, for the benefit of his health,
has had to return to Bremen in consequence
of Mr. Pfiuger'a death. Mr. Knudsen, of
Kauai, is now residing at Berlin with his
family. Dr. Wight, of Kohala, with Mrs.
and the Misses Wight, intend to pass the
winter at Brussels, while Mr. and Mrs.
Dreyer, of Kleeltf Plantation, Kauai, have
taken quarters at Wiesbaden, where Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick Banning are also resid
ing. Mips Liottle Alexander is still in the
Musical Conservatory atHtuttgart, and will
probably finish her studies by next Spring.
Mr. Isenberg, now at Bremen, and Mr. Op
fergelt, at Cologne, intend returning to Ho
nolulu next month.
THE FISHERIES EXHIBITION
here will close ou the 31st instant. One of
the most Interesting parts of this very suc
cessful exhibition is the valuable collection
of South Sea curios, brought home by Lady
Brassey from her voyage in the "Sun
beam." The beautiful collection of corals
is said to be worth 5,000, and the Hawaii
an feather cloak, one of the few specimens
in existence, attracts much attention. There
is al.-o an elaborately carved figurehead of
a war-canoe in which the native chiefs of
Queen Charlotte Sound came to meet Cap
tain Cook in 1774. Sir Thomas Brassey and
his wife and family have started for Madei
ra and the West Indies ou a cruise in the
"Sanbeam," but his duties at the Admiral
ty bring him home again next month. The
.fifth volume of his book on the British Na
vy, entitled " British Seamen," has just ap
The Times of the 5th instant publishes a
letter from Miss Lloyd, Sister Superior of
the St. John Nurses, asking for contribu
tions for a fund to establish a branch of this
institution at Honolulu. A letter on the
subject from the Bishop of Honolulu is also
published, of which I append a copy.
A notice from the Postmaster-General an
nounces that on the 1st instant the Hawaii
an Kingdom issues and receives double or
reply postal cards, and therefore reply cards
impressed on each half with a three half
penny stamp may be sent to the Hawaiian
Dr. R. W. Coppinger, staff surgeon of H.
M. S. Alert, has just published an account
of the cruise of that vessel in Patagonia,
Polynesia and Mascarene waters,illustrated
with many plates and woodcuts.
The following is the letter referred to-
our London correspondent:
IIoSOM-LU AND THE SlSTERS OF ST. JOHN To THE
Editor of the Times: Sib: May I trespass on
your kindness for the insertion of the enclosed let
ter received from the Bishop of Honolulu, in the
hope that his forcible representation of the needs
of his diocese may meet with a liberal response
from the ever-generons English public, so that we
n-ay be able to send out a nursing staff before the
end of the year? From 1,500 to 2:000 would be
required for a sufficient staff, for passage money
and outfit, and for maintenance till they obtained
Patmos, CS, Thiitle-Grove, S. W., Oct. 4.
"2, Temple-gardens, Temple, E. C, Sept. 'tf.
Dear Sister Superior, The-following statement
of the needs at present existing in Honolulu for
the services of the Nursing Sisters of St. John may
bo of use to you in raising the necessary
funds for tho establishment of a branch of your in
stitution in the Pacific:
1. The need of good nurses is continually felt
by the foreign residents, and I have no doubt that
monthly nurses aud tho nursing of the sick in
private houses will go a long way towards render
ing a nursing institution self-supporting.
2. There is a hospital in Honolulu known as
the Queen's Hospital, having been established
through the instrumentality of His Majesty Ka-
mebameha IV. and Queen Emma. The hospital is
managed by a corporation and supported by con
tributions and a tax of $2 levied on all passengers
from foreign ports landing in Honolulu. The ser
vices of Nursing Sisters would be invaluable here,
and though I cannot express the mind of the cor
poration, I think the corporation would only bo to
glad to avail themselves of their services.
"3. The establishment of hospitals in other
parts of the islands in a matter now receiving the
attention of the Government, But the need of
proper nurses to render such institutions efficient
is felt and acknowledged both by the Government
and medical men.
'4. I regard the leper settlement at Kalawao, on
the Island of Molokai, as at present beyond the
power of such a staff as will at first be sent out to
deal with. But in connection with leprosy, ona of
tho saddest thiugs is to see young girls in whom
the disease appears, taken from their homes and
sent off to the leper settlement, where virtue has
no protection whatever. I shall be most thankful
to see a hospital opened where such cases may be
received, and while undergoing tho necessary seg
regation from their families have yet the protection
of a home and the lest hope of recovery from the
"Having thus indicated the principal feature!
of the work to which the services of the Sisters
mav be devoted, it only remains to mention that
the cost of living in Honolulu has considerablv ad
vanced of late, and most be reckoned as somewhat
higher than in England. J. lie cost oi passage via
New York and San Francisco may be reckoned at
"I trust that this brief statement may be suffi
cient to induce the many well-wishers of your
Sisterhood to come torward to enable you to plant
a branch of your institution in a diocese in which
their presence will be welcomed by all sorts and
conditions of men.
"Believe me, very faithfully yours,
Alden, October 31. Intelligence is- to
band from Muscat that the brother of the
reigning Tmaum has rebelled, and is besieg
ing the city of Muscat. The Imaum has
called in the aid of the British naval com
mander of H. M. S. Philomel, which is now
shelling the besiegers' camp.
Sir Moses Moatefiore.
In Leghorn, on the 24th of October, 1781,
Bachel, the daughter of Abraham Mocatta, gave
to her husband, the merchant Joseph Elias
Montefiore, his first-born son, and they named
the child Moses.
Sir Moses, now in his hundredth year, though
suffering some physical languor, retains in their
fall power his mental forces and all the quick
ness of bis humane sympathies, and can find at
will among the superb stores of his memory
the incident- or 'sene he wants, which he re
lates with eyes that sparkle as in youth. He is
a tall man, of majestic presence ; his handsome
features, unwontedly firm in repose, have the
most attractive.' mobility, when he speaks or
miles. . '; '.'- "'
His interest in all matters of any import to
mankind continues unabated. When the "recent
coronation ceremonies . were being arranged in
Russia, ha sent letters to the principal rabbis in
Bussia and .Poland, asking that there might be
festivities in their "schools on coronation day,
inclosing . a sum of 10 in each letter for the
He always directs prayers to be offered1 in the
schools of Jerusalem on the birthdays of the
Queen and Prince of Wales. The City of Lon
don College, soon to be opened by the latter at
Moorfields, recently received Sir Mosos' check
He has always been the friend of children ;
not many months ago he appeared at a charity
bazar, and bought continuously a great quan
tity of toys ami trinkets, which he as continu
ously gave away right, and left to the hungry
eyed little gamins who. crowd around such gay
One day last May (1883) Lord Shaftesbury,
meeting Dr. Hermann Adler, exclaimed: "Your
great Judas Maccabteus has sent me 98 for my
Bagged Schools !" A pound for each year of
Sir Moses life. When I asked Dr. Adler to tell
me in a word the um of Sir Moses' effective
ness, he replied : ( By his example he has
stimulated his brethren in Europe to think of
and work for their co-religionists in the East,
and his sustained efforts, indirectly the origin
of the ' Alliance Israelite ' in Paris and the
Anglo-Jewish Association here, have inspired all
the exertions made during the last year to re
lieve a'u.l rehabilitate the persi.'oitted Jews of
About t vo tu jutliit af a war n fiien l w! Sir
Mosi-s, A I! red A; Marcus, of 1 ist u, si.'ut, in
honor of Sir iliss, a line aanuoiiiiru to i!i
Evelina Hospital for the Sick, in Southwaik
Boad, foutuled by U uou Ferdinand llothsehil 1,
whose wife, Evelina, was a relation of Sir Moses.
And as the ceutenary of this beloved p.Uri.ireh
apir-)aoh;s, signs art not wanting of th-5 uni
versal iut fieri t it excites.
A speci -1 celebration of it is under preparation
at L-guorii, the city of his nativity ; iu Ro:in. a
Rabbinical Seminary about to bo founded is to
bear his name ; 'and a beautiful album contain
ing addresses voted by all the towns iu Italy
having Jewish iu.LiaHJn.ts is to be preseuted to
him. I have also liesrd that a celebration iu
his honor is under consideration in the city of
New York, warmly seconded by, if not origin
ating with, his personal friend, the Rev. Dr.
Isaacs, son of .the Bev. Mr. Isaacs, founder of
the Jewish Messenger, and here in England
preparations uro being made to celebrate worth
ily the interesting date. Harper's for November.
From the Arctic.
The bark Fleetwiug arrived in San Francisco ou
the 4th Xovember, from the northern whalip
grouuds, and furnishes the following report and
memoranda : " The following catch of whales is
reported to October 3d : Amethyst 1, Whale Boe
lona 2, Bowhead 5, Bounding Billow 2, Coral 2,
Dunw 1, Frances Palmer clean, Hodalgo 0, Nar
whal 2, Orca8, Sea Breeze 1, Abram Barker 4, Ohio
3, Arnold clean, Atlantic I, Belvidere 2, Gazelle 1,
George and Susan 2, Helen 5rr 1, Hunter 1, Jose
phine 2, Lonisi 2, Lost Lucretia 1, Mabel 3, Mary
and Susan 2, Mary and Helen 2, Rainbow 2, Stam
bonl clean, Wanderer 1, Young Phoenix clean, Eliza
2. The whaling bark Louisa, Captain Book, struck
a piece of ice at 9 o'clock p. ,m., September 23d, and
was badly stove and sunk in 17 minutes after. One
boat capsized while going to the bark Franoea
Palmer and the entire crew of six men were drown
ed Captain Koon and the first officer were on
board the bark Frances Palmer, and the remainder
of the crew on board of other vessels. September
25th Edward Foney, seaman, died and was buried
at sea ; he was a native of Portugal, aged 30 years.
October 13th. Off St. Mathews' Island spoke bark
George and Susan, bound to Bristol Bay. The
prospects for steamers getting whales were fair, but
for sailing vessels not so good, owing to the heavy
weather. All would be obliged to leave the ooean.
UNION FEED COMPANY,
Queen and Edlnborouga Streets.
Fresh Supplies Constantly Arriving.
TELEPHONE. NO. 175.
Prices as Iow as the jLowest
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED T0.
NOTICE TO OWNERS
THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO INCL03E
Plots with GRANITE AND FREESTONE. The
most approved and 'original designs will be furnished,
MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONES.
I have on hand a lare assortment of Monument and
Italian and American Marbles-
ITALIAN MARBLE VASES,
For Gardens and Cemetery PloU. -
Every class of Oeinetery Work attended to and
B7 Monuments sud Headstones cleaned and reset.
J . r . LANE,
MARBLE AND STONE WORKS,
130 rORT 8TREET, HONOLULU. ol2-lm
BOOTS AND SHOES
MR. OHR, GERTZ,
XO. SO FORT STREET,
I NXOCNCES TO HIS CX'STOMERH THAT
V he has received, per " Mariposa," a large
MEN U, JLADIE.S', AND CHIL
SHOES AND SLIPPERS.
OF VALUE TO THE tPUULIC.
W. C. ASHLEY,
Custom House Broker,
. . JHA3 OPENED ANAGEXCT FOR
Custom mme - Brokerage,!
- - - -i - .
RealiEstate Transactions, .
And General Business,
AT -J. -W. ROBERTSON & CO.'S STA
Merchant street (neat iti Postoffice).
Books and Accounts neatly kept and adjusted.
Legal Documents of every description drawn up.
Anything in the way of business carefully and promptly
P. O. Box 434; Telephone 2. au2-tf
GENERAL BLACKSMITHS 1
Horse-Shoeing a Specialty,
A first-class mau bein specially engaged for th
Ship and Wagon Work
Faitlil ully a I tended to.
Shoo on the Esplanade, Opposite Hopper's
TO ARRIVE BY THE
II. E. McTntyre &'.-Bro.
May 1 .d 3m
F.r Late Arrivals :
Fine Llae of Silrer-Pldted Ware,
Uir.J Cz?s la Greit Variety,
I'aih Uises, Fine 4 aticr),
:!CrwEL-PLiTE MTLFA i;F.REIt HHPS,
f RITHF.R iU'STEBS,
BRISHES and CRO'd'.IS.
A Fall Line of Hill's Fire-Proof Safes, all siz-s, the
I irj;eit au.irtmeat shawa la Honolala. '
TICKER'S ALARM H0XEY DRAWERS.
fall assortment of Stores, Ranges, House
Famls'iing ll.irlvrp, Cliaadrlirrs, Lamps, etc.,
BEAVER BLOCK. FORT STREET.
OOTS & SHO
A UKfiE STOCK OF THE VERY BEST
OOTS AMD SHOES,
Of -A-11 Descriptions,
The Finest Assortment
HAIR, TOOTH AND NAIL
Bath and Fine Sponges
Ever Brought Into This Market.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts..
AND NO. 59 NUUANU STREET,
lew Goods ! lew Goods !
S. J.-USVEY Sl CO., Grocers,
. HAVE JITST
Ex' S. S. Bell ;RocIt from London, ami hy L,ute
' . V Arrivals from the United Stsitcs,
A LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
Prepared by CROSSE & BLACKVWELL of London,
and the Christmas kTrada,
Cases C. A B. Pickles, pints ;
Cases C. & B." Pie Fruits;
Cases C. B. Sauces, 3$ pints;'
Cases C. ft. B. Jellies, pints;
Cases C. & B. 8yrups, J pints;
Cases C. & B. Jams, 1-pound tins;
Csses C. ft B. Potted Meats;
Cases C. & B. Irish Salmon, 1-pound tins;
Cases C. & B. Fresh Herring;
Cades V. ft B. Kippered D erring, 1-pound tins:
Cases C. & B. Herring a la Sardinr;
Cases C. & B. Yarmouth Bloaters:
Cases C. & B. Blackwall 'Whitebait;
Cases C. ft B. Fillets of Sole;
Csses C. ft B. Fried Sole;
Cases C. & B.flndon Haddock;
Cases C. & B. Fresh Turbot;
Cases C. 3c B. Fresh Mackerel;,
Cases C. ft B. Bologna Sausage;
Cases C. & B. Oxford Sausage ;
Cases C. & B. Cambridge Sausage;
Cases Ham, Tongue and Chicken Sausage;
Cases Peak, Frean & Co.'s Celebrated Biscuits; Cases Evans, Leaclier A Webb's
Spices, B C, Soda and Cream Tartar.
.We have always on band Hams, Bacon,
a first-class Family Grocery Store, and
"Goods delivered free to all parts of
GOODS. Give us a call. Telephone
At the Old Stand, Wo. 8 Kaahumanu Street,
TiM, GOFPEB a SHEET i 0 i ' W0.MEB,
PLUMBING, in all its branches; 3
ARTESIAN WEIX PIPE, all sizes;
STOVES and R'AWGES I
Uncle Sam, Medallion, Richmond, Tip Top, Palace, Flora, May, Content, Grand Trioo, Now lUval,
Oper, Derby, Wren. Dolly, Gypsy, Queen, Panny & Army hanges. Magna Cliarta, Murk, K ciinr,
Magnet, Osceola, Almeda. Eclipse, Charter Oak, Nimble, Inwood A Laundry (Stoves,
Galvanized Iron & Copper Boilers for lianges, Granite Iron Ware, Nickel rioted A Plain,
Galvanized Iron Water Pipe, all sizes, and laid
on at Lowest Rates ; Cast & Lead Soil Pipe.
Mouse .. Furnislimg Goods !
RUBBER HOSE ALL SIZES and GRADES
Lift and Force Pumps, CisWii Pumpa, Galvanized Iron, Sheet Copper; Sheet Ixad, '
4Lead Pipe, Tin Plate. Water Closets, Marble Slabs and Bowls, Enameled Wnteh Stan. In.
Chandeliers, Xiamps, Xianterns
WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO HIS FRIENDS AND THE GENE
ral public that he has opened a
cw Stove & House I'nniisliiim Hardware Stoic
Opposite S. G. Wilder & Co.'s
WITH A FULL LI1MH OF STOVES, t&c..
Goods per " Discovery " from San Francisco, from
New York ; and also from Liverpool per Obcron."
By the 1 Discovery' I have received the following Stoves & Ranges ,
Ia" 1, a Ia Ir,a sizes. A Six Hole Range with BROILING HEARTH ami LARUK 30-lm:h
m UA 'm ,m im OVEN, beinf a mrw feature in a family Range.
Hawaii,' 6 Aloha' and 'Oahu' Ranges
AND TOE WLLKNOWN
RicjEiM:oisrr m jsr GrE i
Built to Stand Hard Work.
Wrought Iron Ranges for Plantation Use
Large Assortment of
House HTu3?xiisIiiirx lazdLwaz?.
fce. Ave., A p.,
:Well Casing and Hydraulic Pipe
Made to Order, and Work of All Kinds in mv Line'promptly attended to.
P. O. BOX 294.
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S
C ARB S
F'or Sale at
J. M. OAT, Jr.5 Vc0'S.
and Oilmans' Stores,
and other Purveyors,; and cuonen expressly for this Market
comprising in part as lollow.i:
Cases Patrs of (iim, Tort an! Savoury;
Casta Oxford Brown;
Cases Breakfast and Vicu. . .
Cases Ox Tongue in Jcllv:
Cases 1-pound tins Soup;
Cases IWf. I.anib, Mutton aud Irish Stew;
Cases lioast auJ Boiled Veal 1 Veal an l Pas;
Cases Wiltshire liacon, in t.us
Cass Cheddar, Berkley and Wiltshire Cheese;
Cases Hill Underwood's Vinegar, lu bottles;
Cases Mackerel, in Oil;
Cisea French, English and American Tea;
Cases Tate, Truffled;
Cases Mackerel, in oil;
Cases Russian Sardines;
Cases French Chocolate;
Cases Mottled Soap;
Cases Whole Cooked Quail;
Cases French Prunes, in tins and jam;
Cases TeaUnan'a Currie;
Cases Duretand Barton &U Hester's Hahid Oil;
Cases English Raisins.
Cheese, Flour, Lard, etc., etc. suitable for
prompt attention given lo both (own nnd
the city, WE GUARANTEE ALL OUR
S: J. LEVEY & CO., Grocers,
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
S HEW BLOCK,
Lumber Yard, about JULY 1st,
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
IIAVINa KECEXTLY CHANGED II AN 1(8,
MR. JNIc G A. IsTX) L K S S
fOW ASSUMES T1U? KESPOXSIEILITY
of caterinn for that Clean anJ CosyV;-
Tbe publiu Aave alreaJv afinwn aiirns a hotr th.v in-
preclate the good thiajs so teuiptingly plate 1 before
One visit will sulnoe to show that Mr. Mcansllcas is
the right man In the right place. IIRST-CLafiS HO ABO
BY THE W1.EK, or special arrany.wnt. aoirT-l rn
HAVE THH DAY HOLD MY IXTFKEST1N THE
boslneasof the firm of 1-YCAN 4r.JOIlN.SOM
Honolulu, October 12, oI3-tf
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