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TUKHDAY, MARCH 111, 188G.
OCKANIO s. s. CO.
Mararoa, from Hie Colonies for
! ruiicNco. Mnreli 111.
.Murlmn, from ;ui FimiicNim for tins
Colonies .March 20.
(Co. W. Klilcr, for .S.m Finncieo,
Mill ill la.
Mn i oh in
8 S Miiinion f loin tin- Colonics
Stinr W G Hull from Hawaii mill Mini!
Hgtno Geo (' Pet kin for S.m Fr.iiuieo
Stmr Kliiiiu for Windward I'oiti
Stmr Kll.'iui'ii Hon for Hiiiiinkiin
Stmr, las Mukco for Walnnannud Kiipnu
Sclir Leulil for Haiinlel
S 8 Mtirnion for San FiancKco
VESSELS IN PORT.
Hiljr Alllo Howe, Phillips
limine Coiutnc.x Ford, .Miller
Ugtuo n 0 Pcrkhm, Ackeinian
Ilk 0 O Whltinoro. Tlminpioii
Tern Lottie Kali Held, Mugay
Hlilp .Htlrllnghire, Alexander
llglnc WO Irwin, Tinner
From Sydney mid AiU'kl..ml, for Ho
noliilu, per stenmhlp Mnraro.-i, Miuuli
irtli Caiitaln. .Mis anil .MifterJtradley,
Messis Wlilte, Campbell. Metculf,
Jaeger and 1! In Meer.ige, and lia in
For lCuhnlnl. per steamer Mkellko,
March loth lion ,1 T linker, K 0 Mnc
failnnu, Hon A S Olcghorii ami .servant,
It W Irwin, Cl U Nakavaina, Charles
I'litnnni and wife, C I, N'ljdit, Hon S (1
Wilder, A ltarha, A M Spronll, .1 Ito, .1
Orawder, T Aiido, S ICogn and servant,
,S Yall and about 100 deck.
For Kauai, per steamer Iwalanl,
Mnreh loth Itev .1 II Ilannlke, Sain
Decker, Ed Iliitton, IC Kondo, If O
Xoiton, Mrs Greene, Mr Gay mid about
From San Francisco, per bgtuo W G
Irwin, March loth Mrs ItraUlwood and
(i children, .MUs Delia II Clark, II I.off,
,T Ilurke, J II Goundou, It Gaines and II
Fioni Honolulu for San Francisco,
perSS Mararoa, March Kith Cabin:
Miss May McDonald, A ltrown ami wife,
1. liown, A I ltrown, Ml.s F Urown,
Mrs Fit (Irr and daughter, Mm K II
Jtiunlio, WW Warner, Mrs M I'.crrv.
MrsStowcll, MNs Slowcll. Mi W 'l)
Alexander and i! children, 11 linger. W
Kay and son, Miss Kinerlek, Col W II
Wilson, Mons II Fecr, D W lleckwlth
and family, .1 Halllhan and wife. Mrs
Canavarro and child, Geo X Wllon,
Mrs S T Alexander am! child; steerage:
Geo .lohicon. Mrs Fundi, M l'amrey,
Mrs A Wilson, (!co lleibert, C Lnca's,
lJOMuke, 11 F Hiii-gs, ,f Moore, J M
Low, J Clifford, T W Gerocrs, .1 'I'adley,
J) 1 Smith and 1 Chinaman.
Tho Fnlon Steamship Company's
lloyal Mall .steamer Mararoa anlved hi
pint last inciting at half past 7 o'clock.
She left Svdncv at -1:10 v m, February
25tii, and Auckland at 2:12 l- m, March
2nd. Arrived off Tutnlla atfi:10 am,
on tho 7th. Left again an hour later,
(experienced stioug norlheily gale, with
heavy sea from Auckland "to Tutulla.
Met with strong northeast trades on the
12th, and on the lilth, the ship stopped
for twenty-four hours owing to mi acci
dent to the inachliiciy. Shu hilngs
eight cabin and two steerage passen
gers for this port, and has llfty-four lu
the. cabin and sixty-eight in the steerage
lor San FraneUeo.
' The bgtuo WO
Irwin, Cant Turner,
arrived yesterday v M, lfi days from San
Frai'eisco. Slio brought beMiies general
merchandise, 2IKI hogs, 4 horses and 25
The S S Maroroa sailed at 11:15 this
morning for San Franelco. taking from
this port 8I17C bags of suga'1, 7011 bunches
of bananas, and 2 goats. Valued
LOCAL & GENERAL' NEWS.
Y. M. C. A. singing class this oven
i . i - i. ...i
Ilisoi' A Co.'s Hank closes at cloven
Tin: Honolulu (lilies will shoot-to-morrow
afternoon at a taiget.
Ikwin it Co. shipped 8,100 hags of
sugar by tho Muraiou this morning.
punted by tho W
Hows iimy ho o.
G. Hall this evil-
Tin: Alanieda will havo n largo
liassongor list, on hor next tiip fnnn
Tin: llefoiiimtory school hand will
accompany tho King's Own to their
target practicu, to-morrow.
Wk tender thanks to Mr. Hum
phries, purser of tho Marutoa, for u
largo lilo of Xuw Zealand papers.
Tin: Iwulani took lo.Iapaneso fiom
llio iiuaiantino giounds, ycstoiday,
to tlio Kilaiien plantation, Kuuai.
Mh. Hovoriu leaves next Fiiday by
tho Hteamcr W. (J. Hall to pliolo
graph tho Volcano for Mr. J.
Slit. II. F. Uurgess loft by tho
Mararoa this nioining to uttonil
.soliool at Healsbeig, Sononm, Cnl.,
for two ycais.
Two liundu'd and thirty-three hogs
for.lohn Uiirko, (10 for .1. II. Cong
ilon, and four horses for Mr. Lowell
no by tJm W. G. Iiwin yesterday.
Tin: Inspi'jcUir-Gmioral of Immi
gration, tho .liipancsu Consul and tho
Hawaiian Consul-GoiuTiil aio oil' on
h lour of iusjicction among tho Japs
on Mnui ami Hawaii.
Tim biench of moiulsii rimo, I'Oft
poneil from last IMin of tho Sujircmc
Cotivt, Dim vs. Gilliland, will likely
bo enteral "settled ottl of court," tho
parties having been married.
L.uvr night between eight and nino
o'clock, n lamp in n nativo's house
on Foil- street near Kuktti, exploded;
but befoio the house was fairly nblao
Hie lire was put out with blankets.
Wti.t.tAM Chaiinian, anovetseer for
seveial years jmst at Spioekelsville,
c.iiiio In llonoiiilu a week or two ago
li be denied for some bowel double.
II'1 died on Sunday Inst and was
Tin: lloyal .I'aity, with tho Ha
waiian Hand, is expected (n nrrive by
the sleamer I tall this nftci noon. The
Crinco's Own will stand guard at Hie
Palace, while the lloyal Guards liio
a salute front the shoio battery.
A ko.v of General Hooth, head of
the Salvation Aimy forces, was a
passenger in transit by the Mararoa.
.Mr. Hooth and ,everal other passen
geis, visited the V. M. O. A. rooms
anil other places in the city.
Tin: proposed load from King
stieet, ut tho Reformatory school, to
the Insane Asylum, has been sat up
on by tho jury appointed to consider
the piopiiely of making it, and tho
building of tho load is therefore in
Tin: inof of the lluwaiiun Car
riage Co.'s blacksmith shop, on Foit
stieet, caught lire, this afternoon,
fromaspaik from tho furnace. It
was discoveteil by n Chinaman who
gave tne aim m. tiio lue
ipienclicil with buckets of water
A iiitr.Aon of promise suit was
entered ycstoiday in the Office of the
Cleik of tho Supieme Court by the
Hon. S. U. Dole, counsel for Miss
Eninia Singer, against Mr. E. 11.
Ilyan, damages placed at $.'1000. Tho
suit will probably bo tried in April.
Timm: men ptowling lound the
ehicken-hou"e, at tho Luualilo Home,
Sunday night, got sailed with shot
fioni the watchman's tu tillery. They
got away, and hid themselves, but
not without making some lively ex
clamations, indicating that they wmo
Tiik steamer Santa Maria, carrying
(w0 tons, having some passenger
accommodations, was lo leave San
Francisco on the 10th for this port,
to cany freight and passengers, as
may be oll'eied. We understand she
is consigned lo Messis. Castle it
Tin: numerous thiough passengers
by tho Maiaroa took advantage of
the beautiful moonlight night to in
spect the town and subiubs. They
strolled around in pairs, iptaitcts,
and companies till a late hour, ap
paicntly much interested and gieatly
Mu. I). 1'. Smith, who left this
morning for the Coast, says "ho did
not make an assignment of the Con
tial Park rink to Mr. Knit, but that
he sold him lease mid building!! for
hind cash." Mr. Smith expects to
bo back in time for the races, proba
bly with a blood horse.
Tin: mail from Hamakua brought
by the steamer Kilancu Hon, which
nriived at this poit on Saturday last,
whs not delivered at tho l'ostollico till
i) o'clock this morning. This is
negligence on the part of the olliccis
of the steamer, which desotves soveio
reprimand, ami ought not to pass un
A You.s'ts nativo compositor, who
has been employed in the "Adver
tiser" and "Gazette" ollice, and was
an expeit workman, ami also a Sub
Lietitenaut in tho I'rince's Own, died
at his residence, King street, on
Monday, after a protracted illness of
two years. Deceased was 27 yours of
age, and leaves a widow.
I.. . .
To persons possessed of surplus
cash, desirous of lidding themselves
of coin in exehango for articles of
equivalent or greater value, a special
opportunity will bo furnished to
moriow at 10 o'clock, when tlio entire
household furniture and kitchen
utensils of Sir. W. C. l'eaeoek, No.
128 Uorelania stieet, will bo submitted
Mu. Fishboiirne, to whom has been
awtuiled the contract for lighting the
hticits of Honolulu, his being the
lowest tender after tho withdrawal of
Mi hliatemeyoi's, has left the country
on a short tiip only, and will return
in a few months at most. His busi
ness tifi'airs heie, including the street
lighting, are left in chaige of a coin
potent agent, who acts under full
power of attorney .
Mit. McDonnell, tho veteran soldier
and book agent, who, after a success
ful sale of book's at this place, went
on to Australia and thcio sold out
his stock, took passage by tho Slara
loa for San Francisco. Last night,
ho stood at tho gangway and gave a
warm greeting to his numerous
Honolulu friends. He said he would
leturn heio shortly with something
line in tho way of reading matter.
Tin: Maraioa took a mail from tho
1'ost Ollice, consisting of seven bags,
containing :t,02(i letters and 'Ml
papers. The number of letters and
papcis taken by tho three steamers
which have left for San Francisco
since Fiiday last is 7.-1 10 of tho
former, and 2,100 of tho latter. Tho
post ollico kept its mail open this
inorjring till tun minutes of ten
HI' . V-i'iM
o'clock, which was tho hour for the
bteamer to louc.
Tin: officers of the Maraioa seemed
lo be ei icticent about the accident
to the machinery of the steamer on
her way to this port. After making
inquires eoneorning the nature of the
double, it was learned that the ex
haiit pump was broken, and tho
olecttie light out. of older. It is a
common oecuiicnee, as putscr
lluinphreyi's says; but it icquired
nien fioni the foundry to work all
night toed'ect icpaiis.
Whim: Mr. . I. F. Ilmnn with his
nmllier, wife, sister, biother, ami two
childien weie (hiving from tlioO. S. S.
wharf this mot niug, thecal riage cap
ided against the sidewalk on Foil
stieet Knowing the whole p.lity out.
Miss .Minnie Uiown, with great pie
M'lice of mind, jumped out as tho
cariiage was turning over, and caught
the hoise by the head. Mrs. Drown,
Sr., although not seriously hurt, is
lather severely bruised.
Mit. F. W. MlM.lH, the celebrated
ventriloquist ami comic, delineator,
will make his debut before a Hono
lulu audience, this evening. Papers
printed in the Colonies refer to his
peiformances as exceptionally good.
The picscneo of a live ventriloquist,
as a variation from the ntdiimry urn
of concerts, operas, and minstrel
shows, will be doubtless, duly appic
elated here. A first class do'at, of a
unique and intensely amusing sort,
may bo expected. A largo number
of seats have already been taken,
ami the piospeets are good for a full
Tin: departure of the steamship
Mararoa, this morning, for San I'riin
eisco, was a gay scene. The wharf
was well crowded with Honolulu
folks, some of whom were there to bid
adieu to depaiting friends, and
others to see who were going. Tho
lei venders did a big business, nearly
all tho passengeis from this place
being covered with lloweis, and many
of those in transit being liberally
decked with wreaths. There was
some delay in moving oil' on account
of the stern lino gelling tangled
about the piopeller. After cutting
the lino and sending diyers down to
disentangle it, tho steamer got under
way. As she moved from the wharf
a patty of lliitish boys sang popular
colonial songs, and gave three elieers
and a tiger for those left behind.
Just received per steamer G. W.
Elder 5,000 feet Picture and Cornice
Mouldings new Styles and Patterns.
King Hros.' Art Store, Hotel street.
PiCTiuti: Frames and Cornices
made to order; a largo variety of
Mouldings to select from and at
prices to suit all. King llros.' Ait
Store, Hotel stieet. 7(5 (it
Wi:ht, Dow it Co. have received
ex. "Geo. Elder" II. W. JJedroom
sets, II. W. chairs, llaby Carriages,
Banjos, Hanjo Strings, Harmonicas,
Folios of Music, Klose's Method for
clarinet, White's Method for clarinet,
Song Queen, Song King, Golden
llnbin, G. A. it. War Songs, Hats,
Huso Halls, Foot Halls, llubber
llattles, Ac, ite. . 7-t
" " ' i j
COTTAGE FOR JIEXT.
SITUATED on tho corner of Kiniiu
and 1'ensacola Streets. Contains 5
rooms besides pantry, lmth, etc. Every
thing convenient. Stable and outhouses.
Premises aio now occupied by Dr. Grav.
Possession given Apnl 1st. Kent $'.10
per month. Apply to
.inu. A. l'AijJircu, ii J-ort Ht.,
or Wm. O. Atwater.
HPIIE undersigned has moved into the
JL ollico of Mr. J. E. Wiseman, where
ho will be prepared to furnish house,
hold servants, collect bills, do Anglo
Chinese Interpreting, and a gencial
business. (5'J (Jm) SOYONU.
Estate of Edwin Onlcloy.
HIS. M.'s Commissioner mid Consul
General requests that nil persons
having claims against the Eitiitc of
EDWIN OAKLKY, a Hi itisli subject,
Into of Honolulu, ilcneast il Intcsiate,
will present the same without delay to
Mil. iIIKO.H. DAVIES, Hrltish Vice
Consul, and also that all persons indeht
ed to said Estate will nuiko Immediate
payment of the snnio to tho Vice-Consul
aforesaid at tho Hrltish Vice-Consulate,
Honolulu, II. I.
Honolulu, Fob. 10, lSeO. tiO 4t
,M. ,A MONTHLY, or longer if do
fiiWi?8 tired, U largo Furnished Col
BniUSSM tage with 0 i omits- Hath
house and fresli water shower bath.
Sea bathing. Situated at Kaplolaul
Pink. Mutual Telephone In the house.
Inquire of G. West, of West, Dow it
Co. Ill tf
A. ITov CiinIch ol"
Frill Stove Coal,
just rcreived, ex bark I.ovBpring.
Departure Bay and
For ealo In quantities to suit.
N. II. When ordering coal ask If you
got 'J.OOO or 8,240 lbs. per Ton. We cll
ionfe'Tons. (041nj) WILDEK & CO.
Eratoi's fhttt Sale
NOTICE 1j hereby given that, by
order of Alexander .1. Uiirnviiirtit,
Sr., the Hxccutor and Trustee of the List
will nnil testament of Km in a Kaleleona
IruI, deceased, and under license of tlio
Supreme Court, we arc authorized to sell
nt Public Auction, at our salesroom, on
Queen St., In the City of Honolulu,
the Sad day of Mrtich, 1880,
At 12 o'clock" finmi. all the right, title
and interest ut the s.iid Kiniiiii Knlrlc
onahinl, of, hi .1ml to the following dc
l The Aluipiiaa of WAlAflA I, situate
hi Komi, Inland or Hawaii, nml con
taining nn urea of iJ7aJ acres, mid lie.
Ing more particularly described in
lloyal Patent HCO.
2 Tho land known n- b'ObOAKIU,
811111111)' hi Waiplo. Di . of llama
kiin, Island of II talnlngan
area of :!! i,i an . and being
Apnn.i ;! mI lkiMul P.n i.t 1005, I.und
Commission Award HU.-j l'
.') The hinil sliit'-i' .it KUbAHUHU,
I.-ihiiii". M i ... i.untnlitliiL' an area ol
I -1 .,8 1 J 10 acres, am'
. . . r .. . .
1M 1 Patent Grant. IS
41 Viiipuaiiof IJLAlNO.flttuito In
li n .trict of Koo.iin. Island of
Maui, nml being the sue c us appears
by Koynl Patent 1!:M7 .nml Conns,
sfon Attunl 8518 B. unknown.
fi That certain piece of i ud situate at
1TIWA, Honolulu, O..1.11. ami urn
talngan area of 55-11)0 of an acie,
and being 11101c partlcuhuly de.-crlbed
hi ltoval Patent Giant 'JUKI.
U 'I hat ceil.iln land -ltu.ite at ICAIIU
I.I 'I, Komi, Hawaii, containing 1111
uie.iof 1 D-ll) acres, ami inoic pnill
eulaily described lu ltoval Patent
(i'277 A, hand Commission Awaul
7 Thine two ceitnln piece ot land situ,
ate at l'UAKO, bahalna, Maul, and
containing an area together of I
acres, and being Apanas 1 and 5 of
lloyal l'.itcnt i!777, band ConunlsIoii
8 That certain land situate at PUKIIU
12111 Laliaiu.i,M:iui, ami containing
an area of -.'it perches and being de
scribed In lloial Patent 170", Land
Commission Awaul (!87fi.
0 The Ahupuaa of KAIIUI.ri, sltualo
liiKonn, Island of Hawaii, ami being
Ap.inat! of lloyal Patent Kili'J, baud
CoiinnNslou Awaul 831(1 P., Area un
known. 10 Tlio Alinpiuiii of KALAM A, situate
In Komi, Island r.t Hawaii, and being
Apana -J of lloyal Patent I (Hit), Laud
Coiumlsslon Award 8.111! 11, Aieu un
known. 11 The Ahupuaa of PAHOKIIOK situ
ate in Kona, Islam) of Hawaii, ami
being the same as described lu I.and
Commission Award Mill H, Area un
IL' The Ahupuaa or WAIAKA 1, situate
at Waliuca. District of South Kohala,
Island of 'Hawaii, and being Apana 1
of lloyal Patent li(H), band Commit
hlon Award 851(i Hi Area unknown.
1:1 That, certain piece of land situate
hi l'AKAbA, baliaina, Maul, and con
taining an area of 1 acie '2'1 jierehes
and being ilesciibed hi lloyal Patent
187ii,baud Commtsslo.i Awaul 851!) IS.
11 That certain piece of kr.'il situate in
PA1CALA, l.ahaina, Maul, eoiitalulng
an area of i!8-100 of an acre, and de
scribed in lloyftl Patent 1 1!)0. Land
Commission Award 101.'7.
liiihalua, Maul, containing an area of
"i acres, and described lu lloyal
Patent 1 UL', Land Commission Awaul
Hi That certain land situate in MA
KlbA. Lalmlua, Maul, containing an
men of 1 Hood l'.Mlods, and described
hi (toyal Patent :j.':!7, Laud Commis
sion Award 10127.
17 The Ahupuna of MAUXALKI situ
ate on tlio Island of, banal, and con
taining an area uf :tl !-' :!8-100 acres,
and being the same as described lu
lloyal Patent 0775, Land Commission
Award 8.111) 11.
18 That certain piece of land witli the
buildings thereon, situate on Hotel
Street, In the Cityof Honolulu, Island
of O.1I111, and known as KUOHA, con
taining an area of 80 fathoms and l(i
lect, and descilbed In lloyal Patent
Hi!, Land Commission Award 118 H.
10 Thatccitaln piece of land with the
buildings theicon situate 011 Queen
Street, in said Honolulu, containing
1111 area of lilfi-looO of an acre, and
being Apana 1 of ltoal Patent 0778,
Land Connnls-lou Awaul 8.115 and
20 That certain pteco of laud with tho
buildings thereon, sltuato on said
Queen Street containing an area of
il-10 of anacre, ami being described in
1 toyal Patent HSOti, Land Commission
Award 0123 II.
For further particulars apply to
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
Or to A. .1. CAHTWIMGUT, SK.,
Kxecutor ami Trustee.
50 15 tites-tluu's-sat
COTTACJE TO LET.
XN Pinion Valley, between Ninianu
and Punchbowl StrcoU. 0 looms,
Kitchen and Until, Cnrrl'.igo House mid
Stable, livery convenience. Itent $18
per month. Apply at 110 King Stieet,
or on the. preinUes. OlKlvt
MllS. A. HOSA, the eelebrateil For
tune Teller, has changed her lesl.
deuce to the corner of I.ikelike Street
and Palace Walk. Mrs. Uomi, nfler n
short stay at that place, will imiko a
tour round tho islands. 7U lw
LT uH'ords us great (ileasurn to testify
that we are lilchlv wilislled with
the lnter.Islaml Steam Navigation Com.
piuiy's lonto to tho Volcano. Wo be
Ileo It to bo the best and most convcnl
cut, and havo inuoh pleasure lu rceom.
mending it to the notice of Intending
tourists. Wo havo looked over the
pamphlet written about this road, and
everything bttiteil In tho Fame fully cor.
responds with tho reality, without being
MKDOHEM GHAWFOIU), Oicgon.
A HE UUOWN, Han FmnolReo,
A11E L. HIIOWN. San Fnmcisce.
Puuuluu, Fob. 21, 1830. 03 tf
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V in.d tn mrniiii 1 lie (.pities pfillOiiid nml tin- J'ulOlcwicinn,'. tjirit' linroninoit'Hi
Jt. otllfo in 1 he Hi1 I. h lll.Oi h. (jucon Stiif.i upixi Hi, imia l ll(iifMli1iirii'& Co.,
nml liiMin hipIi In iiicetlim ot my lai(to sloik of li IpIi I.liiLiie, Imported dlicct Irmu ll(fiiit,
eonilstlii oftlio lollou Iiiki
A largo Invoice of J. S. Urown & Gon'a Woll-known
I TRADE J
Monograms and Crests inserted in Damask to order for vory low rales.
.Mho, l)'U)ll4, Tollrl i'uvcih, 11ii unit Tea I'lntlH, Pillow l.lnena. Slic'ntlnm. t'llntfJ
mill I'liiiii l.uu im, Dnninol;, llnrk nml I'miey 'I'oucN, lliuk Towellltnf, lliilili-nclii'it Iluniiulr,
DrllN, Ciiuibiieiiml lleuixtllclii'il lluiulkeii'lilcfu.iiiilliiblu for liullrs imd Keiitluiucn's nee.
Any Length Out.
.Mho, 101 In olro of JIIU.l'AST MUSI.ISS now iiiittorim, fust colors.
v. o. i?ulotj:l.ii.9
ABont for the YOlllf ST. KI.A.V Sl'li. CO., Mil.' Helfint i J. S. ItKOWN A fiONH, UtlfHt ; T. A li.
A. WOKKM AN, Ilplfnst ; II. K. IIOU.NSKI.I., l.til., Ilrlilport, Km;. Ti
'J-Jml iui i
CHAS. HITSTACE, GROCER,
lliin ii oeived, per Steamship Geo. W. Elder,
Smoked Halibut, Soused Mackerel, in tins, BoneleBB Codfish,
Kits Kidmen llellies, Knstern Codfish in hlocks, New Cheese, Dtipce Hnms and
ll.icon, Ki'(.-s Itnilcr. Kei;s Fork. I.nrd, Ihikrr's Wholo Corn, dcrmm, Hrenk.
fnit Oeim; Out Mml; Corn 3Ieai; Cracked Wheat; Uuckwlicat; Flour; Hnlad
Dri-hsliiK; I)ini'i' Olive Oil; Lohsters; Oysters; Sweet and Sour l'iclclcs; As
fnrlejl Extract; llo-m Water; Datct; Nuts; ltalslns; l'ear Uutter; Arrowroot
O'.ikei; School Cukes; Mixed Crnckcrs; Choice .TApun, English Breakfast,
Comet nnil ltln-uiui Tea; Family Flour; Hron; Oats; Wheat; Corn; Saloon
Ilrcud; 1'oiatoi-s; Onions; Kerosene Oil, etc., etc.
C- Goods delivered ti .' I parts of the city. Satisfaction guainntcod.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has Just opened out a large nnd carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Custom-Mado Clothing, and Hats and Caps
III all lie Latest Styles aill Fattens.
B2T Particular attention is called to nn elegant lino of Gent's Ncckwcnr.
BY a Competent SeainslresR (Portu
gucbc) a situation with a private
family, or UrusMinaker. Apply to
M. A. GONSALVES & CO.,
r.7 Hotel Street. T?
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing AQcnt-
42 lerctat St., Honolulu.
My most faithful attention will ho
given for the
Purchase of MercliandjsQ
in Honolulu for tlio residents of tho
HO Boveral'Iulunds of thin group, ly
" Irish. Table Linens,
Of itOHK TltA.V 100 1 KAILS IIEI'UTATIOX.
IfiiMUrpanHpil for Kxrrllcnro of (tniillty.
I'liHiirtinstHKil Tor Durnlilllty lu tvear,
IliiHiirpniiNCil for Ilcnnty orilcnlKtiH,
Olilnlnrd IIlKlirNt A-narilH, vlx:
Mi:i)ALs-lli.fMt, isiliimt ISTo; tximtnii, 1M1, Ml
(i.oiii) istii; rnris
(linlil) ls;ii; l'nrls (linlil), INi7; Dublin, WA
'Iiibln CIoIIik frniii lo 7 ntits In lPtigth, with
Niiiiklns to mutcli.
Tim nliiivo nin iiiikIo nt (lie 1IKST UtlSIt iuit
Coin trnl I'liix: kjiiiii, novcii nml lilciiclii'il In lr
limit; tlmimtti'iiiH woM'iiln 11m T11I1I11 Mucniuft
lcilnci by IltlSII AltTlhT.s, who ImMi for nnuiy
1 ems cxt'clleit iliooof any other count 1 y.
April 5th, 1886,
J Herbert reeve, M.H.S..
Heals nil diseases by Purification,
Chronic Sisooscs a Specialty.
Persons weary of using physic with,
out avail would do well to niloiit this
system. Consultation hours, Utolr.M.
E3T Invalids on the other Islands
visited by special arrangement.
Kcsidciicc Hotel Btrcct, opposite Y.
M. C. A. 6ti lm
Tho Most Durable and Prettiest
for Children's clothes, especially Boys'
Suits, that you ever saw,
AHK FOll SALE BY
Oastlo Ac Ooolce.
J, J Ut & i w . ,., i jt