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THURSDAY. MAKCII It . 188C.
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OOKAMU S. S. CO.
Mnrlpoa, fioin San rrancUco for tnu
Colonics, Match 'JO.
Sclir Ncttln Merrill from Lnhnlna
Stinr.lus 1 Dow sett fiom Pula
Stun- C It Htsliop f nun llaniakua
Sihr EhuUal for Walalun
Sehr Cnterlna for Walnmiialo
Stmr Jss I Dow suit for l'ala
Sehr Nettle Mun 111 for l.ihaln.i
.Slinr C 11 Bishop for Wulaiinu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sclir Canute for Hiiutiil
Stmr V G Hall for Maul and Hawaii
Bgtne Com tney I'oid for S.m Francisco
VESSELS IN PORT.
limine Com I in: Kind. Miller
Ilk 0 U Whltmoio. Thompson
Tom Lottie Pull lldil, Illuguy
Bgtne W 0 Irwin, Tinner
From San l'r.inclsoo, per W S llnwnc,
March 17 Mis r.nuia C'r mb o, Mr II
Silver anil 27 Clilnce.
The Mi'itine1 .la I Dow. sett urilved
thN morning with 1J100 ha1; of snar
for thu Ceylon. Shu Sailed again at a
o'clock this aftcinoon.
Schooner Kettle Merrill brought 20K!
haps of sugar ft out J.ahalna n-ilcid.iv,
anil discharged Into thu hail; C 0 Whll
inoro. The Xcttlu was towed to sea
this afternoon by the Kluii.
The l'clo was hauled upon the Marine
Hull way this af lei noon.
Steamer C K lllshop brought IW24
bags of sugar this inoiiilug. She sailed
at noon for Waiuniio for aiiontiOOObJss
hiigar, and letumlng to-morrow will
make ready to sail Saturday morning
at 10 o'clock for Ilamakua.
The sailing of thu ship Stirllngshliu
was postponed until this afternoon.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: Y. M. ('. A. holds it.s regular
monthly meeting this evening.
Six mules came by tlio AV. S.
Kovvno yesterday for T. II. Davicst
A nu.MAini match wan played at
the Uenver Saloon last night between
Moo.VMdltr (hill this evening, in
which the Queen'H Own will be the
Tin: Meiry Makers leave by the
bnrkentiuu Klikitat, Satutday, for
Huiukct at the tent to-night, "Fer
KecutioiiH Past and Futuie, as shown
in Prophecy and Hibtoiy."
Jilt. P. C. Jones is putting n now
verandah on tho makai side of his
mansion, on Niiuiimt Avenue.
Mn. .Tones of Kau claims that n
liaiul gtemulo thrown into the Vol
cano was tlio catibo of tlio fuo being
I'mtunn White, of tho steamer C.
It. Bishop, ropoits fine weather at
Ilaiuakua all last week, except S.it
inday when it blew haul.
Mit. .1. Williams has taken a mag
nificent photoiiipli of twonty-frix
machinists of thu Honolulu Jinn
Woiks in a gioup on a ll.xl J caid.
If Mr. Wm. JCohle, who is expected
on tho Maiiposu, anives in time, hu
will address a Union Mooting in tho
Foit Htieut Chinch on Sunday oven
Tm: Choial and QjiintoHu Club
will meet this evening at tlio Gymna
sium. Mr. Yaiudley having leeoveied
from his lecent illness, will bo on
Tin: btig Couitnoy Ford sails at 10
o'clock to-moirow moining for San
Francisco. Tho Post Ollleo will foi
vvurd any mail matter, m.ukeil, "per
Tin: Itoyal dunnls, nct'ompanied
by dutachments fiom tho Ki g'
Own, J'linco's Own and Mainaliu.i
had a target shooting contest, tin.
morning, for a pii.o ofleied by His
Tin: whaler Ohio.was lowcied fiom
tho Maiino liailway this afternoon.
Tho sheathing and caulking done on
her and thu lopaiiing of thu leak mo
wiitl to bu lino speeimenH of woik
luanHhip. A 1','utv of touiists who went out
to seo tho Kapona Falln yesteiday
found moio divc'ibion in their own
falls over tho jocks in getting tlieie,
than in thu tiny calumet iUelf. Hy
having a path smoothed out to tho
place, it would becoinu a Joeul "sight"
worth tho double of going t'J t-eo it.
Monday noxt. 22nd iiiht., will bo
thu iinniveiMiry of tho birthday of
Empeior William of (Joimany. Tho
duo colebiation of thu ovojit hy Oei
niaii le.sidentrt of IIouolulu, would bo
in older; and no doubt, if tho matter
weiu taken in liaiul, it would be
lieiutily bccomlcd by all nationalities.
Jill. Wiseman says nil Uio Imlies
sniid children in Honolulu seem to bo
going to air. P. Millis's iiiatim'o,
wliich comes oil' Sntuulny, at 2
- "lock. Tho enlo of tickets fr the
ii 'Mto ns well ni fiir to-niglit'i ub l
i ' mont, lias on.li vor brink. T'lt.
V Uis's i.
llilllfuuid tii r .f Mil ttHl
c.innot well uH'fid to do
A .vuMimn of l'ortuguoso lal orcrs,
some with funiilii's, numberi j, in
rll, about foity-ilve, nrrived h- rn on
Monday, fiom Hawaii. Coming up
tlio ctreet, opposite tho Custom
House, one of tho men was run
down by a hnckman, and ooinowhat
. ijined. Thoiii(lictmcnt"foriurious
mid reckless driving" next day in the
Police Court, was wanting.
Mr. .1. II. Duinfield, n young Eng
lish ni list, being in delicate health,
has come to this country to get tho
benefit of tho climate. Ho has pio
iluced soveial good pictuics of the
lifideuce of .Mr. Then. II. Uuvies,
which may bu men in Oat's window.
Mi. Uarnlield is engaged on sketches,
of tlio piomics of Col. C. II. .ludd,
11 is Majebty's Chamberlain. The
bki tcliiw of Mr. Davies's place nru in
water colois, and are very limhfiilly
and beautifully executed.
'fin: schooner Canute had a pietty
lough time on her maiden tiip to
Hawaii. Whilu at Papaikou hhu lost
an anchor and thirty fathoms of
chain, dining a muiiiII. It wu.s about
S o'clock at night when tho cable
bioko, and tho schooner would have
gone onto the leef but for tho
promptness of Captain Undeiwood
in discov eiiug the accident and let
ting go another anchor. Tho schooner
had 2,100 bags of sugar on boanl,
and being unahlu to laud Papaikou
freight, she bet sail for Honolulu,
arriving hero yesterday, after an ab
n'liei1 of 18 days. She sails to-moirow
to get some 4,000 hags sugar, ready
for shipment at Papaikou. The cap
tain says sho is a line vessel, promptly
unsweis tho helm, and will ciury be
tween four and livu thousand hags of
sugar in one load.
.liihT received per steamer 0. W.
Elder fi.OOO feet Pietuio and Coinice
Mouldings now Styles and Patterns.
King Pios.' Art Stoic, Hotel bticet.
Wr.vr, Dow it Co. have lcccived
ox. "Geo. Eldei" I!. W. Ik'dioom
sets, 11. W. ehaii.s, Ha by Cauiages,
Banjos, Banjo Stiiugs, lliiiinouicas,
Eolios of Music, Klosu's Method for
claiinct, Whito's Method for cUiiuct,
Song Queen, Song King, Golden
Kobin, G. A. H. War Songs, Hats,
liaso Palls, Foot Halls, ltubber
Hattlos, Ac, &i: 7-1
The anniversary of the bitlhday
of Ramchniucha III. was celebrated
in a right loyal manner yesterday.
Shoitly after 9 o'clock in the morn
ing Companies A and 15, of the
King's Own, accompanied by the
Mamalnhoas, marched to the Palace,
where they weic met by the Prince's
Own and the Itoyal Hawaiian Hand.
Tho three companies marched within
the Palace grounds and after form
ing line saluted His Majesty, who
was there to receive them, with
"present arms," while tho Hand
played the National Anthem. His
Maiestv then invited tlio Piincc's
Own and Mamalahoas to join tho
King's Own in their target practice,
whereupon all tho companies, headed
by the liaiul, marched to Punchbowl
range. On ariival at tho grounds
the Prince's Own began target shoot
ing. Tho mark was erected 200
ynids off, and each man luul live
shots at it. Mamaia, P. O., did the
best shooting in that company, mak
ing 10 cut of a possible 25. The
total score of the P. 0. was !)7 out
of 1,100. The King's Own wcro
the next to lire. Sergeant AVidc
lield, P. O., was tho first to make a
bullseye, but he only scored 1) in all.
C. Aimoo and S. Kcaniani, K. O.,
made 10 and M respectively. This
being the best shooting done in that
company they both received prizes,
the former a silver Maltcsu cross,
and tho latter a silver badge. In
all the R. O. mado 212 out of a
possible 1,550. Tho Mamalahoas
shot next, but kept no score. At
noon His Majesty and stuff, Col.
C. II. .lucid, Col. Iaukca and Col.
Puruis, ariivcd at tho grounds, and
later Minister Rapcna and His Ex.
Paul Neumann. At 2 o'clock the
Honolulu Itillcs, headed by the
lleformatory School Hand, matched
to the target range whcic they
diew up in lino and tainted
His Majesty. Another target was
erected at 200 yauls for tho Itillcs
and shooting began in the order of
tho roll call, witli the following
results: Capt. Geo. I McLcod 12,
out of a possible 25, First Loiut. II.
F. Ilcblmid 15, second Lieut. W.
Linger 21, Surgt. Pratt 15, Scrgt.
Hishop II, W. Monsnrrat 17, Ash
ford 11), IJriins 7, Heals 12, Dow 17,
Farganoss 17, Iliggins 15, Lucas
It!, McCaithy 12, Otremba II),
Iteist 7, Simonsou lfi, Strntinovi'r 0,
Tnbert 11, "Wagner 12, C. T.
Wilih-r )0, G. R. Wilder 17, Young
M, Thompson 0, Winter 5, Collins
0, King 18, and Rothwcjl K), mak
ing a total of !!0G out of a possible
7.'5. Mr. Winter mado the lowest
hcore of those who hit the target,
but ho having received tho leather
medal on a previous occasion, it was
this time aw aided to Mr. lUlst, who
nndo seven points but niLscd tho
target three tiroes, After each wan
liad Bcparntely si ot at k o inark tlio
joiiintiii' vv(i9 rh ivn ' ' Hue ami
two volleys were 'irctl a tilt target.
IJurresliineiits wcie sit iied bv tho
''Ing's Own ami lent
them lor slicltcr. A'
in the uveniiip; all t
shouldered arms anil u
Hawaiian anil IJeforn
' o o'clock
died to the
v tho Koyal
Bands. Tho rlav's sport was indeed
pleasurable, and the soldiers arc
joyous over the prospc fs of another
shoot, at an curl dale
POLICE. COUt' '.
.las. Smith, J Gaetii' ) and Kuu
ulc, drunkenness, SO t , h.
Maria (vt.), deserl' j her hus
band, ordered to lettire costs 8!J.
Frank Metcalf, for(.i"? an order
on Henson, Smith it C. liy forging
tlio namo of A. C. i-ii ith. Com
mitted for trial to Supreme Court.
Wildcr's Steamship Co. vs. Renin
kai, deserting cont et service,
ordered to return, costc 53.
Minister of tlio Interior vs. I'utio
han, water rates, judgmr-nt for water
rates SU7.o0 and costs ,'. 35.
Tax Collector vs. Ivi lain, taxes,
judgment confessed ft i O.JK), Lo-ts
A SPECIAL Mci'iinir r the Share,
holders of the Dfii'diiT Vcicln
will ho held at thn oilier of Mi-psis. II.
Hnckfeld & Co, on V 'DNKSDAi',
March ill, 18s(!, at 2 im Full nltru.
duncH Is requested. Ilui.' of mpi r
lance. 11. ItlKMKNSO iM llU.'lt.
79 2w Sio'y Dei elu-r Vueln.
STKAYED or STOLEN.
AYOUKG PKACUCK (mall-), mil
very short, and vmy Intlu leathers
on neck. Tlio lluiler wh ho rewunlcd
on ri'turning the same to
77 tf A. KKHNANUKZ, King Street.
COTTAGE TO LET.
iN Pauoa Valley, bet wen Niiuanu
and Punchbowl Strotts. 0 looms,
Kitchen and Until, Cairi .go House and
Stable, Every convenic ue. Hent $18
per montli. Apply ul ill) King blreet,
or on the prcnil
MHS A. HOSA, the i elebr.tkd For.
tune Teller, has chmiged her usi.
ilenco to tho corner of I kellke Street
and Palace Walk. Mrs. Komi, after a
short slay at that plucc, "vill make a
tour round the inlands. 7.'J lw
COTTAGE FOIJ KENT.
SITUATED on tho tier of Kiiiau
and Pensacola Strei -. Cont tins 5
rooms besides pantry, bii'li. etc. Every,
thing convenient. Stable id outhouses.
Premises are now nccupi by Dr. Gray.
Possession given April '.." Kent fill)
per month. Apply to
JNO.A. PALMi; '7 Fort St..
orWm.O. Aiwatc'-. 75 lw
NEW YOItK .JNE.
-r H. OHOSSMAN X MIO., 77
YY Broad Siteet, ! Y., will des
patch an Al vei'clln ':1s line, on or
MAY 1 n, 1 rtso,
Orders should ho lorvvai
of March loth, U luau
this o)portuullv, r not
nth. CASTI ,
1 by steamer
'ir limn April
AVING been appointed solo Agent
New Zealand Butter,
the first shipment havi , just arrived
per b.s. Mararon, I Iiim- the sumo to
oH'iir in ipiantities to bviI at unusually
low rait x, In packages 1, 2 and 7 lb",
hermetically scaled Tin.-t. This nrtlclo
Siiloiioi- t imj X5iiltei
hitherto produced or oh'urd for salo in
LEWIS J. LEVEY, Sole Agent.
'7 liu it) (Jueen Street.
Jeffrey's Porter k Ale !
IN llAUTH AS i"1 1MXTS,
For Sale by
H. Hackfeld & Co.
I HERBERT RKEVE. "VI.H.S .
Ilydropaih ! Pl.y leian,
Heals all dlacaaes ' ., Purlllcalion,
Chronic Diseases n Specialty.
Peisnns weary of mdrj; phyRlo with
out avail would dowi I in adopt this
eyblein. Consultation lours, 2to-li'.i
tfy Invalids on t li other hlands
visited by epieial arrai .iinent.
Heshluiico Hut el Kti ", opiosto Y.
M. C. A. i8 lm
S A. I.
So. ! Adm Lime.
Hats dyed and prefR
Fealhern oleanid am irlrd,
Native btniws bevvei' i all tho lnCfct
Lessons given In th .y8's kinds of
fancy woik, wiiu dravi ugnndpalntlti'r
Orders taken lor all i mds of cmhrol
ll ? 'V '
iVTOTIOE Is iKieby ill en
XI onler or Ale.
.null r. I f'arlwilL'ht.
br.. Hit- Executor and Tii"-ti-e of tlio list
will and testament of Eraina Kalelcona
lani, deceased, and under license of tho
Supremo Court, wo arc authorized to bell
at Public Auction, at our salesroom, on
Queen St., In the City of Honolulu,
the'-KJildav of March, 1630,
At 12 o'clock noon, all the right, title
and Interest of (he suld l.iuma Kalele
onuliiiil, of, In and to tin following de.
1 The Ahupuaa of TV'AIAHA 1, sltuato
in Kona, Island of Haw ill, and con.
tabling an arc.v of 27-lJ acies, and be.
Ing moio particularly described In
Koyal Patrnt lOHO.
2 The hind known as KOl.OAIilU,
situate In Watplo, District of Hamn
kiin, Island of Hawa. i nntnining an
area of 3d '0 0(1 ii . and being
Apnna II nf i . P nt lOO"), Land
C 'mini- inn ir.aid l. It.
a I he land bltimte in KUI.AHUHU,
Iihiiiiia, Maul c'liitalnlng an area of
I ins V"" t. , aed described in
!.' .tl t'aleut Grant '"
4 T ii- Ahupuaa of UI AIM), situate in
iiistrlct of Ko I in, Island of
", mil being the iuu as ntipcars
i Koyul Patent 22..' Land Conns.
Hloii Award S.'ilS 11. a unknown.
"i That eel lain piece of ml situate at
I'l.'IW'A, Honolulu. I m, and con
tniiian aiea of "5.1i of an acre,
and being 111010 partlcnlaily de-cilbed
lu HovalT'iitent Grant 2101).
That' eeitalli laud slluate al ICAHIJ
I.l'l, Koua, I In w till, containing an
aiea of 1 '.Mil aeii'". and moio parti
cularly deseilbed in Itoyal Patent
0277 A, l.uud ConimUsion Avv.ud
7 Tlioo two cei tain piece of land situ,
ate at IMJAKO, l.ali.ilna, Maul, and
I'onl.ilnln an area together of lijj
acres, and being Ap.inas I and 5 of
Koval Patent 0777, I.aud Coiuml'slou
S Tlutt eeitalu land situate al I-UEIIU-ElIU,
I.ahalua,Maul, ami containing
an area of 2IJ pinches and belinr de
sciibed in Kojnl Patent 1707, Land
Couimis-iou Aw aid 087.i.
0 Tho Ahupiiiia of KAliri.CI, sltuato
in Kona, Island of Hawaii, and being
Ap.ma 2 of lto.val Patent HiG'.i. band
Commission Awaul tJfilU II, Aiea un
known. 10 Tho Ahupuaa of KAI.A.M A, sltuato
lu Kona, Island of Hawaii, and helm;
Apnna 2 of Itoyal Patent KSi!!), I. anil
Commission Award S51C It, Aiea uu
knowu. 11 The Ahupuaa of PAIIOEIIOE sltu
ato in Koua, Island 01 Hawaii, ami
being thu same as dcscilbed in Land
Commission Awaid8."lH 11. Area un
known. 12 Thu Ahupuaa of WAIAKA 1, situate
ntAValinea. District of South Kohala,
Island of Hawaii, and being Ap.ma 1
of Itoyal Patent lfi(W, Land Commis
sion Awaid JS51; It, Aiea unknown.
la That cei tain phce of land situate
in PAICALA, Lnlialna, Maul, and con-
tatulug an aiea of 1 m 10 22 perches
and being dcsciibed lu Itoyal Patent
lS7li,Laud Commission AvvunlSSlUlt.
14 That certain pleco ot land sltuato in
PAKALA, I.aliaina, Maul, containing
an area of itd-lOO of a 11 acre, and de
scilbedin Itoyal Pateet 1100. Land
Commission Award 1012".
Lahalna, .Maul, containing an aiea of
7?f acres, and dpscr!iod in Koyal
l'.itcnt 1112, Laud Coininission Awaul
Hi That certain land sltuato in MA
KILA, Lahalna, Maul, containing an
men of I Kood 1'J.ItoiU. and described
In Koyal Patent H5:i7, Land Coiumis
hion Awaid 10127.
17 The Ahupuaa of MAl'XALKI sltu
ato on tho Island of Lanal, and con
taining an aiea of :III2 ;is-100 acres,
and being the i-.iino as described lu
Koyal Patent 077"), Land Coininission
Award HMD 11.
18 That certain piece of land with tho
buildings theieon, sltmuo on Hotel
Street, in the City of Honolulu, Island
of O.ihu, and known 11s Kl'OHA, con
taining an area of 8:) fathoms and 10
feet, and dcsciibed In Koyal Patent
140, Laud Commission Award US II.
10 That cei tain piece of laud with the
biillillugs tliereou sltuato on (jueen
Street, in said Honolulu, containing
an area of 015-1000 of an acre, and
being Apaua 1 of Kojal Patent 0778,
Laud Commission Awaid S."i 1 r- and
20 That certain piece of laud with tho
buildings theieon, sltuato on said
Queen Street containing an area of
:i-lf) of anacre, ami being described In
Koyal Patent 115(10, Laud Commission
Awaid 0128 II.
Por fiutlicr paiticulars apply to
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
Or to A. .1. CAKTWKIGHT, Sit.,
Executor and Trustee.
MONTHLY, or longer If de.
r.r" tiriu, a largo luirnisiicu uoi.
fiszssu lane with 0 looms. Path
houso and I rush water shower bath.
Sea bathing. Kltmitul at ICtiploln.nl
Purl;. Mutual Telephone in the house.
Inqulru of G West, of West, Dow it
'"PIIIJ undersigned has moved into tho
X olllcoof M1..I.E. Wiseman, w hero
hu will bu prepared to furnish house
hold servants, collect bills, do Anglo.
Chinese Intel prctiug, and a general
business. (fit) dm) SOYOXO.
IT affords us great pleasure to testify
that wu are highly satlslled with
tho Inter.lslaiul Steam Navigation Com.
pimy's route to thu Volcano. Wo bo.
Ilevo it to be the hct and moat couveui
cut, and have much plcasuru in reenm.
mending il to tho notice of Intending
tourists. Wo have looked over the
pamphlet written ulioul this roid, and
everything Mated hi thu samo fully cor.
responds with tlio rcallt), without being
MEDOKEM CKAWKOKD, Oregon.
A UK HKOWN, San J unclsco,
AUE L. BP.OWN. San Francisco.
Punaluu, Fob, l, 1880. 03 tf
inn thT.nt1lpn tlnnr
lu l'l VVI.lt 1IUK I.. IJi
flll)l'CllllllCt lll Iiiiki
I Large Invoice of J
III ' .'lull!
lllfl ', ClI.
and Crests ii sort" I in
1 'lies, Toilet Co 01 , (,Iii
tiis, Diimnsk, lint' and 1
ennil llcmstltehc'i llni
Any liengtli Out.
v'eo, 1 1 'uvolceof BKLFAbT MUS.. INS new pattern, fast colors.
1 .1 YORK PT. FI.A.X M'G. CO., t td.'
f VN, llclfiist j 11. 1.. IlOt'J jKIX.
"li LLUi1 .' I "
iiiiw . Tjyw
OEAS. HDSTACB, GROCER,
JC'C; SXKJU3I2X, : : : : Honolulu
Ha received, pi Steamship Geo. W. Elder,
Sivjlcci- Halibut. Soused 1-Iaokorol, in tins, Bonoless Codfish,
Tlts s .,non Kellb j, Eastern C 'dllsh in blocks, New Cheese, Dupco Huina nnd
Hnet 1 neg Bulb r. Ke-,8 Po ., Lard, Kakcr'n Wholo Corn, Gcrinc.i, Krcnk.
last O' 'in; Out Meal; Corn l al; Cnckcd Wheat; Buckwheat; Flour; Salad
Dret'! it; Durei Olive Oil; ' jbsteis; Oysters; Sweet nnd Sour Pickles; As
lortti. "xtracts; Koio Water; )ntes. Xuts; Kalslns; Pear Butter; Anowroot
Cake' School Cakes; llxed Crackers; Choice Japan, English Breakfast,
Com ' nnd Itlo-wim Tea; Foully '''lour; Urau; Oats; Wheat; Corn; Saloon
Breiid: Potatoes; Onions; Ken f'lio Oil, etc., etc.
Gore delivered to all pirts of the
SI earn Launclrj
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a largo nnd carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing 6-oods,
Custom-Mado Clothing, nnd Hats nnd Caps
ii all 1 Libit Styles ill Patterns.
C3T" i'nitlculnr nttentlon
is crdled to
1 Y a Coinpctent SeaniHiess Cortu
J gu to) a situation with n rlvate
i. mlly, o Dressmaker. Andy to
M. A. GONSALVKS &-0O.,
57 Hi i I Street. 73
Uonci i' Business & Purchasing A 5nt
i2 Liclant St., Hono.ulu.
My 1 faithful ntteu Iuu wl . bo
given for tlio
?u ise of Mon-han ,se
Ho ' -lu for tlio real lenb f tl o
i 'a al Islands of this giotii 1
wiirir-rTni"n" ""mm - - t
rt thr Timllc prnrrnlly Hint I liftTP oprif d sn
irt,ipoltn Mecsrs. II. llafltclilnrRri A Co.,
or Iiish Minim, liiiportvtt tiricct ftom Iklfn-it,
'own & Son's "Well-known
Tr'sh. Table Linens,
oi- moid: than 100 ykaiis uui'Utatio.v.
i lit 'ir-tn-UM'tt for Hxcullcnrc of tnnllty,
Jns irpnMXPd fop Ilurnlillll) In Wear,
Cm-urpaNi-cil for IJcnuty of I)eftlgn-,
Obtained Illoliedt Axrardn, tIk:
IXriALS Belfast, m nnd 1S70; London, lf.M, M
1111 1 (Oold) 1870; l'nrls (Ootd), 1M7; Dublin, 1M3
una lS?'i riillmlclpliln, 1870.
Tpljle Cloth front '1 to 7 ynrd In leurth, wltU
Xanl tu to nmtcli. .. .,.
Tl v above are made of the IIEST HUSH uud
Com rnl Klnx; spun, woven and bleached In Ire
'Hid the putti'rn oenln the Tnble Unvn are
teslmitd by IIIISH AUTIsTS, vho Imvu for many
j-cui exculk-d those nf any other country.
Damask to ordor for very low rates.
.ml lea Cloths, 1'lllon I.liifiis. Sheeting, 1'rlntcd
Micy'.'owels, Hack TorllltiK, Utililcnrliod Dr.mnsk,
. I'lcliliff, siilliihlo for liullc mid gentlenicnV use.
Itclfnt ; .1. S. HKOWN & FON r.clfnM ; T. A G.
Ltd., Hrldport, EnR. ,l
city. Satisfaction guaianteed.
April 5th, 1886,
nn clcgnnt lino of Gent's Neckwear.
San Frnncisco, Cal.
IN consequence of tlio death nf tho
owner of this well. known property,
tho whole establishment Is ollered for
Kale, and will bu disposed of as an en
tircty, ottering a favorable opportunity
to any ono disposed to enter Into this
business. Tho Mills for cleaning and
hulling are of the most approved pat
tern, with ii Corliss Engine of lOO-horto
power, built In 18811, with all thu latest
improvements; also, a superior Bollor
anil all .Machinery necessary for clean.
Ing Klcc ready for lirmediato use.
Tlio land upon which the xtructuro Is
erected is held by lease, expiring July
1, 18S7, w Ith tho privllego of 5 years' ex
tension upon very favorable terms, or
tlio Mills and Machinery enn bo rcmov.
eil If so desired. For further pnrti.
culars, apply to
J. T. WATEKHOUSE,
Honolulu, or to
8. L. Jones & Co., Sau Fraucl&co, ' 09
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