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Vfu gnrihj & hii.
MONDAY, MAlt. 7, 1887.
1 M 9 8 City of Ncwork, from lloi)-
kong via Yokoh.imu, on ruiilu to
tituir Mlknhnlii Ironi Kiuiut
Stmr I.ikollke from Mmil
Htmr Klnau from Hawaii ami Maul
HtinrO 11 I'ltfliap from Kauai
Slim Surprise, lrom Kuan, Maul
Schr Einiiiil from Kauai
bohr Ailllu Morris from Ifoolau
Selir Sarah & Eliza from ICooluu
Sclir Mol Wahluo for llamakiiu,
Slmr Kllauca Hon for l'aaiiliau, Ivoliala-
lulu, Kukalau and Uokala at i m
Htmr Mokolll for Molokal at 5 lit
Kehr Ciuiiilii for I.aupahuohou
Htmr Llkollko for Kalmlul at r. p ut
8 S Cltv of Now York for Sail Franelaeo
llktne Kllkltat for Port Townscnd
VESSELS LEVING TO-MORROW.
Bk Sonoma for San Francisco
Jtk Zolla for Pugct Souml
Stmr 0 It I'IbIioii. for Walanae, Ilana-
maiilti, Kllaiiru, ami llaualcl at
StmrMlkaliala for Xaulllwlll, Kolo.1,
Eleelo, Waliuoa, ami Kekaha, ut C
Stmr Kinau for Maul and Hawaii at 4
o'clock 11 in
From San FrancNeo. per bark Coylon,
March 5 Mm Trcniahi. Mr.- Teltord,
and layton O-itrom
From Hawaii and Maul, pur .stmr
Klnau, March d G A M Gordon, T S
Lea, Captain O W Wllfong and wife,
Captain W Maton, MIm It Itelnhardt.
O Matson. A Mimroc. J A lleekwlth, M
E Sylva, J Vlcrra, MlH M A Chamber
lain, I.o Sain Sing, I. Akaniii, T Jt Key
worth, A 1$ I.obenteln, Mr Kimo, Mr
Ahoi, T S Asplnwall, T It Walker and
wife, M Wnlko, J Wnlko, .Tr, Mr C B
Makce, wife and hoivaut, W II Cum
inlng:t, II F Glade, II Turton, .Jr, J
Goldstein, II A Heen, .1 Xnwahl, 0 L
Wight, and 51 deck.
From Kauai, per Mmr 0 R Bishop,
March 0 O Sclioltz, Bruce Cartwilght,
11 Chlnoe, and U deck.
From Kauai, pur stmr ikahala, Mar
0 Fred Wilhelni, V Bredc, Mr Aloim,
and about mi deck.
From Kaliulul, per stmr Llkellko,
Mr Baskorville, E C Xowell, David
Bent, .T B Atlicrtoii, Mrs Boss, D B
Baldwin, F Scholtz, 0 Chinese, II Japa
nese and 77 deck.
From Honolulu, for San Franclco,
pur City of Xew York, Mar 7 Mr
Evans, J W Fisher, Capt Matson, W
Meredith, F Brown, J I) J.ano ami 1)
For Port Townseml per bktno Kllkl
tat, Mar 7 E G Blckurton.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Surprise 3,100 sugar.
Bishop 2,528 sugar, 25 bags peanuts
ami 20 hlde.
Mikahala 1-105 sugar, 100 rices and 22.".
Klnau 10,121 sugar. 07 sheep, 200 hides
and 00 bags potatoes.
Emma -B00 paddy, 200 rice.
Mllle Morris ;100 rice.
Sarah & Eliza 455 rice.
Tho Cltv of Xew York took 70S bnclis
liiinmms and 0 boxes betel leaves.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Sonoma, Howes
Bk Zolla, McKay
Bk Martini Fisher, Buekln
Ger bk C K Bishop, Wolter
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
Bktne S X Castle, Hubbard
Brit bark Velocity. Bolster
Schr Hera, Clossou
Bk Ccylou, Calhoun
Bktno Ella, Bust
Bk Kalakaiia, Armstrong
Am wh bk Helen Mars, from
Francisco, due Feb 10-28
Am wli bk Francis Palmer, from San
Franci.eo, duo Feb 10-28
Am wli'bk William Bayllies, from San
Francisco, due Feb 10-28
Am wli bk Mary and Susan, from Sail
Francisco, duo Feb 10-23
Am wh bk Mars, from San Francisco,
duo Feb 10-28 , r
Am wh bk Andrew Hicks, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am missionary steam bktne Morning
Star, 11 F Turner, from tho South Sen
Islands, duo Feb 20-23
P il S S City of Itlo do Janeiro, W B
Cobb, from San Francisco, en route to
Yokohama and Hongkong, duo March
Am bark Tlmour, Brewer, sailed from
Boston, Deo 17, duo May 1-20.
Am wh bark Hunter, Geo A Jcnks,
from tho Lino Islands, duo March 30-31.
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, duo
Am bk Ceylon, It Calhoun, from San
Frauclsco, duo Feb 18-20
Haw schr General Selgel, from French
Frigate Shoals, due Nov 20-30.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Messiib, J. E. Brown & Co. nro in
want of a Japanese nurse.
J. E. Wihkmak'h busincbs sign was
taken down this morning.
Six thousand tins ol opium for
Mr. Clinn Lung, cuinoby thobteamor
The steamship Aiistialia will
bo duo hero from San Francisco noxt
Mk. Korr is enlarging his tailoring
stiiplihlimont, preparatory to receiv
ing Jlis Hoods by tliu Australia noxt
Tim whalers, Win. Uu.vU-s, Alaska,
Lnnuor, Fleotwing, Wanderer, Abra
ham Barker, Hclun Mars, and North
ern Light, woro oil' port this morning.
... . . .
Mil. John A. Spear has purchased
tho interest of Mr. 0. 11. Pfeill'or in
tho Into linn of Spear & rfeill'ur, ami
will carry on tho business in ftiUiio,
Tin: target shooting contest bo
twocn tho Hawaiian ltillo Asbooia
tiou ami tho Honolulu Killo teams,
at H. U. A. rango on Saturday, was
wou by tho former by ono point.
A La 1 v linn lost 11 hreaot-pin, and
oil'eis a lowanl for lU-rccovory.
A ruw sweetly singing canariea arc
lo ho found at Mr. Lewis J. Lovcy'a
I'ouu important additions will bo
found in Messrs. J. E. Brown it Co.'s
advertisement, relative to situations
Tliu bail. Mm tint Kiclier is on the
beitli for Portland, Oregon, to sail on
tho Dili instant, Metsrs. P. A. Schae
for it Co. aie the agents.
Pi'ok'h Now and Improved Water
Filter, is a now, novel, and useful in
vention. Onlers will bo nttondctl to
if addicted Post Olllco box, No. -133,
Paiitikh desiring tho services of
steady competent hostlcis can havo
their wanlit supplied on application
to Mr. ('uliok'n Employment Agency,
118 Merchant street. Several aro in
waiting for employment.
A chinaman, who canio by tho
City of New York, had considerable
money strapped about his waist, and
when he was being searched by tho
Custom House ollicers, he showed
grave fears of being robbed.
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Tin: Kauai survey party Mr.
Preston, of Washington, and William
Wall, of tho Hawaiian Survoy De
partment havo finished their obser
vations at Waiinca, and have gone to
Koloa. Their next point will bo Ha
Tin: Japanese acrobats received a
quantity of new stage accessories
and paraphernalia from Yokohama,
by the S. S. City of New York yes
terday, and soveral new acts will bo
introduced with eaeh performance
.Titht previous to the sailing of the
S. S City of Now York for San Pran
cisco, this morning, tho tale of Unni
nellias, canaries and cages wero
livelv. The Camnellias in bloom
brought $1, $2, .t'5, while those with
out (lowers wero bought for .75 and
f 1. Canary birds sold at $1 apiece,
and cages at 50 cents.
Mit. Louis Adlcr, Boot and shoo
dealer, No. 13 Nuuanu street, intends
going to San Francisco by the Ala
meda, on tho lltb instant, for tho
purpose of procuring a stock of
goods in his line. During Mr. Adler's
absence his business will go on as
usual, his daughter, Miss Itosio Adler,
having charge, and holding her
father's power of attorney.
It was rumored as wo were about
going lo picss that a party of pleasure-seekers,
ladies and gentlemen,
went to the Pali this morning, and
one of the company had a miraculous
escape from going to tho bottom of
the Pali. Sho was thrown from her
horse, and caught on a protuberance
about ton feet down tho precipice.
She was rescued by her companions,
without any serious damage having
been done, beyond a terrible scare.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Captain Jas. Whiteside, New Bed
ford ; F. B. Auerbncu, Ilccia ; F.
Charles, Wailuku ; II. Turton Jr.
Lahaina; J. A. Beokwith, Ililo; T.
S. Lea, England; J. A. MoreJordon,
Scotland ; T. K. Key worth, Hono
lulu ; Capt. Win. Matson, S. F. ; O.
THE "CITY OF NEW YORK."
The bteamer City of Now York
arrived from China, by way of
Japan, shortly after dark last even
ing. She brought 1C7 tons of general
merchandise for this port, CO boxes
opium, anil two hags of mail matter,
and 10 Chinese passengers. She
sailed for San Francisco shortly
after 10 o'clock this morning.
The Japanese acrobats exhibited
to a crowded gathering, above and
below, last Saturday night, nt tho
Opera House. As on previous oc
casions, the various performances
were executed perfectly, without a
fault, a falter, or a failure. The
most intent attention characterised
the largo company of spectators,
from beginning to end. Three more
performances are announced for
this week Wednesday, Friday, and
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE NOTICES.
Sealed tenders aro wanted for re
pairing tho road from Waiohintt to
llonuapo, Kau, Hawaii. Tenders
to be in by noon of tjio first day of
April next. Sealed tenders aro also
wanted on the same day, for the
construction of a new road across
tho lava fiow of 1887. Tho atten
tion of agents to take acknowledg
ment to labor contracts, is called to
tho Act approved Oct. 7, 188G,
under which, no employer of a
sugar plantation is authorized to act
as such agent.
On excavating the coral rock that
previously formed tho collar walls of
the Old Snow property, late Hamilton
Johnson'B store, it was found this
morning that there was no founda
tion whatovcr to the adjoining pro
poity, at present occupied by Mr.
J. M. Monsarrat. Tho briefs of Uo
building had ijepn siinpjy laid on
the out Hi n fow inches bejow tho
surfaco, and a two story building
erected tliereon. It has stood for
soveral years, certainly, but it is u
terribly slipshod stylo of building.
Mr. K. S. Cuiiha, the presont ownor
of tho property, has gono down to a
coral foundation, and built up with
brick to the original walls, working
short spaces at one time.
ADVICE CttAYlS I
Standing around tho Old Snow
premises, corner of Fort and Mer
chant streets, are to be found dozens
of men, choke-full of advice as lo
how collars should he built, walls
erected, in fact how to put up a
building in the latest oithodox man
ner. Of course tliu theories differ,
so thai Mr. Molnerny has tin oppor
tunity of selecting what he considers
tho best style. A properly owner
who put tip a building on Queen
Btrect a few years ago, hearing somo
of this gratuitous advice being
tendered, stepped in anil said: "Mae,
take my advice, and tlo not listen lo
any of these fellows: if I had fol
lowed tho advice offered lo me when
I was building, the plaeo would not
have been finished yet. Tell theso
would-be advisers to mind their own
THE STEAM LAUNDRY.
The business of tho Honolulu
Steam Laundry is being boomed.
The city agents, Messrs. J. K.
Brown & Co. have set forth in circu
lars that have been widel3 distri
buted, the advantages and capabili
ties of the institution, mitt the
superiority of the work done, ns
compared with the ordinary stylo of
washing done by the Chinamen. It
is an institution that is deserving of
patronage, and every housekeeper,
ought to, at once, patronize it. There
moy be prejudices against it for some
pottyfogging reasons, which real
ity do not exist. A lady, who, by
way of experiment sent her wash
ing to the Steam Laundry last week,
expressed to the writer on its return,
her delight and thorough apprecia
tion of the excellence of tho wash
ing, tho rapidity with which it was
done, and tho civility with which situ
was treated by tho company's
servants. It is distinctly stated in
the circulars that "the charges arc,
if not less, certainly no higher than
usually paid to Chinese." One
great advantage, the company can at
all times be communicated witli by
telephone, either at the works, or tit
their city olllce on Merchant street.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square this even
ing, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Following is lite programme:
March National Ttcnipczotti
Overture Iltmgaria llcla
Polka Cavalier Falnbaeh
Selection Jeriixaluiu Vim (11
Medley War Itceollectlon Beyer
Waltz Gltauu Buecalo'sl
Song Pnloma lClva
Schottiselie Slightly In the Mah..
SATURDAY NIGHT'S FIRE.
About half-past 7 o'clock on Sat
urday night, a rcllection of fire was
observed in the direction of Palatini.
Shortly afterwards the alarm was
sounded, indicating the district to
be No. 2. Various reports spread
around as to tho precise locality
from whence the blaze emanated, it
being finally ascertained that the
premises of Mr. Fred. Leslie, in the
neighborhood of the Insane Asylum,
were on fire. The whole of the lire
extinguishing apparatus was quickly
on the move, but before it could
possibly reach tho scene, ,the pre
mises and contents were consumed.
A kerosene lamp had been placed
in an upper room of the house by
Mrs. Leslie, preparatory to her hus
band's return from business, which
is usually at a lato hour on Saturday
nights. It is supposed, that cither
the lamp exploded or tho whitlow
curtains took lire from the lamp.
Bo that as It may, tho upper story
of tho building was in tlamcs before
anything could be dono to prevent
their spreading, and in 11 few minutes
tho entire premises were swept out
of existence, scarcely anything of
value being saved.
The burnt premises were situated
at the mauka side of 1'alama, imme
diately opposite to the Houghtniling
homestead, and wero erected by tho
lato Mr. Lenehan. The property
A Chinaman had 0110 of his legs
fractnrcd by No. 1 Engine running
into him, it having gained so much
headway down tin inclino as to bo
unmanageable at the time. Tho
entire brigade was out under the
direction of the Chief Engineer, Mr.
C. B. Wilsonjbut the services of the
firemen not being required, they re
turned to town.
LAND SALES TO-DAY.
Mr. Lewis J. Levey sold nt auc
tion, to-day, the Reformatory School
taro lands, on Liliha street. Tho
first piece, contained about 11
acres, was offered at an upset price
of 87,500, and was sold at 8,000.
Tho second piece, adjoining tho
first, and measuring about one acre,
sold for 81,000. Mr. S. E. Bishop
was the purchaser in each case.
At Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co.'s
ealo of propcttics belonging to tliu
estate of tho late Dr. Baldwin, a,
lot on tho west kuIu of l'uniihou
street, was, bought by Mr. C. II,
Judd, for 83,100. A piece of
property in Lahuluu, l(iipwi us tho
Baldwin Homestead, sold to Mr. II.
P. Baldwin, for 81,900. Air. W.
R. Castle was purchaser of tho Ahu
ptma of Kauiiula, near Lahaina, for
$750, Hon. F, II. Hayseldcu
bought Mount Retreat, back of
Lahaina, for 8150. A lot of 10
aores and tV 10 aero lot in Kainuole,
Maul, was purchased by Hon. J. I.
Dowsolt, for 805 and 8200 respec-
KuUuiuuit, Maui, was bought
Ilaleakala Hunch Co., for !2,72o.
An orange giovc on Maui, was
bought hy Hon. J. I. Dotsctt, for
$150. Tho total proceeds of the
sale amounted to 9,370.
AT A. M. IIEWETT'S BOOKSTORE.
Mr. A. M. Hewelt, has on ex
hibition, in the show window of
his bookstore, Merchant street, two
beautiful Camellias. The shrubs
tuo in pots, and have full-blown
tloivers on their branches, and young
buds, in various stages of develop
ment. He lias also on exhibition on
tho inner walls of tho store, ti half
dozen or so splendidly executed pic
tures of trotting horses, with their
names nnd rales of speed printed
underneath. The Camellias have
boon sold and tiro simply there to
bo seen. The pictures are for snlc
RECENT ACCESSORIES TO THE
Several accessories have been of
late added to the Hawaiian Hotel,
which tend to enhance the comfort
and convenience of its patrons.
Ever' effott is being made by the
manager, Mr. Bartlctt, to rentier it
a pleasant home to those who pat
ronize it. Eleetric light has been
introduced to parts of the building,
ami will shortly illuminate every
room. A weighing and height
measuring machine, not long since
introduced, is so much in use that
the wonder now is that it was done
without so long. Better still, com
pletely equipped baths have been
added, &o that the luxury of a hot
or coltl plunge can be had any hour
ol tho day. The latest Addition is a
boot-blacking stand and chair, with
a polito and attentive young man,
liauied Henry Williams, in charge,
who will make your boots shine like
a new dollar nod brush the dust oif
your clothes in a jiff'. Besitles, if
you are in want of an extra copy of
the Evening Bui.i.ktix, he will supply
your wants for live cents.
Notwithstanding the many counter
attractions, there was a large audi
ence at the second free entertain
ment given Saturday evening at the
Y. M. C. A. Hall, by the Blue Rib
bon League. Mr. II. W. Morse's
vocal solo, "My Own Loved Home,"
and his Unto solo, "Ballot," were
both capitally rendered ami warmly
applauded. Mr. Morse bowed his
thanks for tho first encore, and
kindly responded to the second with
another excellent solo, the title of
which wo were unable to get. Mrs.
Ilanford sang Molloy's rollicking,
"Kerry Dance," and in 1 espouse to
a persistent encore, gave "Pretty
Kitty Clover." Mr. Macdonald
mado his debut as a reader in an
extract from Cough's "How to Gain
tho Victory,'1 and Mr. J. F. Brown
"brought down tho house" by his
laughablo rendering of Bret Hart's
"In a Palace Car." Mr. Oggel
furnished the wisdom for tho even
ing, in a capital address on the
word "Stand." The musical part
of the entertainment closed with a
duet, "Seo the Pale Moon," sung
to the delight of tho audience by
Mrs. Ilanford and Pi of. Van Slykc.
The usual cull for signatures to tho
pledge brought out somo recruits for
tho Blue Ribbon Army, and the
audience dispersed witli tho promise
of another of these popular enter
tainments next Saturday evening.
THIS DAY'S DOINCS AT THE
Judgment was delivered this
morning in tho McGregor case. His
Honor reviewed the evidence at
length, and came to the conclusion
that tliu prisoner and his sailors nil
got gretty tight at Punaluu on the
day the assault was alleged to have
been committed. McGregor took
offence tit one man for swearing.
His Honor did not think he had a
knife in his hand at tliu lime Kauaiua
swore. Kanaina went out and de
fendant followed, ami whilst so
doing, ho must have taken n knife
out of his pocket. They clinched
outside. No defence has been
offered. Ho found that McGregor
assaulted the man with a knife, and
thcroforo he was guilty.
lie was sentence to pay a lino of
8!I0, and to be imprisoned at hard
labor for 20 days. Appeal noted to
the Supieme Court.
Till! ASSAULT CASK.
Akiona and ills two accomplices
weio called up for Judgment this
morning. Ills Honor said that after
reviewing the lengthy evidence that
had been given, catefully, he found
all three parties guilty as charged.
Ho remarked that his former asso
ciations with Akiona (an ex-policu-man),
caused him regret to find him
guilty. Only two years ago his
honor had advised him to llnti somo
reputable employment and not to
continue loafing about Honolulu.
Ho did not look upon this as tin
ordinary assault and battery case.
In most gambling cases there js 1111
attempt made to assault tliu jitirty
giving tho information, 'I ho sent
enco about to be passed would bu
such as to deter othors from assault
ing persons giving information. It
was the duty of the Court to pass
such sentences. Fines did not deter
1hoso people from committing as
saults on Informers. The sentence
of tho Court was that the defen
dants bo Imprisoned at hard labor
for two months, and pay the costs
tlvfilv. A hook of land
, of t ho provocation.
to mo (supreme t ourt.
A case of tf-iaull with n deadly
weapon at Hcein, on tliu 21th tilt.,
in which Uo Clilneso wero defen
dants, occupied tho Court until 1
r. m. Ono ilcfeiidunl. was acquitted
and tliu other lined 80 and costx.
S PERRY'S Ho. 1 Family Flour i
die. en for sale by GOiNSALVBM &
CO., Oiiten Street.
YIEWS of the Lava Flow of IN37,
f uin Ncimtlvi's iiiiide on the neeonil
tiny or Hie eruption, bowing the col.
uiiiii of luu at tho Miuice tiater, nuiv
I'M "fen nt Ili'i Photograph Hootus of .).
OOXSALV i:-3, 1SJ:) Furt dt. (32
rpiIE iimli'tslgmd iminj licui up
X poliittil AtslL'tito of tho
J'Nhili; nV a. KariiCM,
of Wailuku, a hniiktupl, untieo it heiu
by given thnl nil ueisuin Indebted to
Ilia slid lmuiIi'. in Hie tnini m (lie
W. O. 1'AKI'i:,
Honolulu, .March 9, S7 7ii Ct
Rear of Luca-.' Mill.
COTTAGE TO JbET.
41. lyUUlHIi, IJ.X lUlJU'v-
llllllt t-trt(l. Illl(lllllll!' till!
A IT'tM f f .-.. .!...
leciilfiice ol .Mrs. Moreim.
Cotlng.! cnntiiln.-i ft rooms with kitchen,
Kie. Apply to K. I'. ADAMS A CO.
riMlK well kum-u M1 Corner
JL I'l'emixf'M. Apply ut tliu IM'A
VKlt fcAI.OON !i7 tf
A I'bKASANT KHOXT
H newly funiMieil, at llCi
Avenue, by the week or mouth.
0 4w .MItS. W. (. XKKDIIAM.
For Siilo or Louse.
rpiKWK PHKM1SKS SITUATM) ON
JL rumihou Strcci called "Knnutiilo
hiii," the property .f V. II. .Iiithl, 1110 for
t-ale or for lease lor n term of yenrtf.
For paitleulrtrs Iminliv of
II01.0I11I11. 1)oo 13, .-fc(J. 1(03
FOR I.EAJSE Oil SALE.
rr-III IIOUSK AM) 1.0 I" AT WW I
P1IK IIOUSK AM)
X kIM, nt piri-piit in eupictl by U. I).
KlthKTU ."fc lIAC0Ol,
2,1 Ximaiiu mi cot.
TO LET Oil LEASE.
rpifAT liUILDIXO FOKM!"liY
X occupied bv'Noiig Lump 11s his
ru-sidunei! it l Kupnliimn, near 1I10 Ituform.
iilciry School, rnntiiiitinK 7 room?, in.
olutlliit; Pallor, Uuditioin, DinliiiMooni
ami l.itfhuti, is ntire olltrcd for lent or
leae nt a most rcnnmitlK late. For In
formation enquire ut William ll.Outlc's
law ofllee, or of All In, comer of Here
Inula nnd Xuiiunu Siieets. (IJ Uw
TIIK ItEKIDKNOK AX1)
l'uotuiul.iiiiN at l'tuoiVul
Ivy, occunk'il bv .Mrs. I.omr.
Apply on the premised. I'.ht
MOXEY TO LOAN.
rpiIT'" uiiderslRiKtl havo money to In in
.L lu siimi ol not lu's Hum 0110 thous
and dolliirs upon RiitUfnetorv n-eurliy.
SMITH, TIlUliSTON A KINNKY,
2tf 00 Kurt Street, Honolulu.
AJAIVANKSH (OOIC uiuiieil; niiiRt
iiuike hlinsell generally useful.
Apply nt this Ofll co. 72
CUX GOOD DJJKSSMAICUUS wan'ed
KJ nt Chin-, .1. FI-liolV iJrefsiuiikliij;
Xono hut uniid h:iii''K
need to npply.
IXTISS H. TUCK 'in- removed from
xVL l'uiiciilioui Mioi't to rVo. -V.i
fi''.iiiiiia Mti'crf, vheiv tlio will bo
(dull to meet nil her pupils Embroid
ery mill Kniiuy Work 1 Itw.o-. now form,
lit; Xuw Stiiniplu;; 1'iiUeiiH received
leyiiliuly by mill . 70tf
THE ANNUAL JlEKflNO OF
Ihn I'enplo's I oh ami ItifnL'oiuUiiL'
U ., lii'M thH ill y. tV following ulllei'it
weio clixlt'd for tliu riHtiiiigyi'iir;
.1. M. HASH I'ri'uhleiit
J K.WIMJHIt VlGf.lVfHldent
W. V.. KOSTEIJ Secretary
W. K. WAI.l. 'I reinsurer
J. II. FA'IY Auditor
J. M. SnsH, .1. lv. Wl dor, W. K. Foster
!loiiolnlu,;Mur:li 1,1837. 7:10t
'p iriir. AXXiTAi, Mrcr.Tivri m-
Iho StooUlioldiiiii of the Inlor-Is-
hind Steam J" ivlpitluu Co., held March
1, 18S7, tliu following oillcerrt wero
eh'tiii'il for tho imsulti year:
T. Jt. FOSTKll I'rt sidenl
W. II. (101) Kill A' Ylea.rriHitleiil
.1. FN' A , Si'tirctary
W. II, Mil. FAN TreiiHiiriT
P. U. JON F.S Auditor
T. it. Fosfr, 0. 11. Wl'o x, W. U. God
frey and I I'nii.
":t lw J. r,VA,beirotnry.
OXF. TltAM CAU AND COO FKFT
of T Hull', six 1 omuls lo ihu foot,
wlOi boll't mill ilsl.ilulo,'t complete.
Suitable for Vurohniiti or I'liintiillon.
Apply to HOIJilSTint&OO, '
TEMPLE OF .FASHION,"
: & (55 Fori; Strcot, Honolulu.
fii3? JEOjXA JU IS OrJLIO JE.
During my abwiKT from Uiin Kingdom my ISntira Slock of
Dry and Fancy Goods
Una boon reduced 10 )ev cent. Ies; than cost, in order to
The Best Manila Cigars in the Market!
Clmrlts Slum! Cavciley it'cchtly pliblUlicd n specimen of his lyriral talent,
intlih'il " Mr. .(Kliu'h Houk" of vlilch the followlnj; two verse are a rpcclmeii:
Tliuro U a lajiliito cVt'etllnt,' all measure,
I.elt to I'lillveli IhlH-HotiuwIul woild;
Who tloes not lliliik t Hint moment with pltinuie,
YVhui llrst round lus lip" the wreathing smoke curled ?
ramus 101 ic grave or sick,
Call Itnmiy trlclc.
Say it N ruiiunw say It is wron;
ifappy iiiiUrd is his lot,
Who, for these caring not,
1'iiir liko i clilmiicy.pot, '
All tho day long.
.Some, who aro troubled witli miller entreaties,
fttlve for a time tlil-t tldlclil to forOL-o;
V11I11 me ihtlr elloitN. Ilieir failure eoinplelo U
l.lfo witltnii! smokmK'i" unlieaiably t-o
.Soon their tiiUtako lliry Ibid,
I.mvu all such lliouslitR bi-liiml,
Wise ivHolutllm all vanish in smoke;
And to ilicii en-it they gni
That, If Uitfr lift: mint be
llalng bought Iho
eQflilfQBBIO C SflfQUl M l.ifl C
ligdiieb m tlyMl m hmo
n a 1
From the Temple of Fashion tit Rroilly roiluccd mte, we now offer them to our
numerottst patioiiit tit priee? whicJudu y fompclltlon
1 heio good mi' llrl class In vcrv jespuut nn.l t oii'I-l of nil t,'rndi"t uml qnil.
Clollii, Saitalilii te tie IM ai Poor ale.
In oll'urilui; thrni to our ciiuttnciH wo would mot rusiicclfully draw their nt
lentioii to the fact that wo tiro gtviug iht'in Ihu but lit of our cheap buipraiii ami
invite tliu public in fxc-nural to "K'u lis 11 c ill ami examine these goods before pur
chasing olauwherc. Our tibitol llitil of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
in too well knovMi lo need especial comment. 51)
O i i .i)MiMliMhiiUA.IlMniiirrumnM Z
rrn r :rki tm rwu u mm h t
H B uw u iwiiwNMi r u tmt v u un w v
SAN JOSE, CAL.
The I.uger JJuir of
a t Was Awarded
At tliu Kx iillion
i so om 1
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Comer Fort & Merchant Street?, Houo'.u'.u. Campbell's Block.
ISLAND-.TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
1HAS. T. GULICK, NOMUY
l'Ulll.lU tleneritl UiiAlniHAcoii.
ev. llil'H, AecountH tintl ItenU colli etetl,
Mn. JOHN OOOI), .In,, aiithoiial co.
employment Agency. Mu. P. MA Itt'OS,
All tiuleiH fcent lo Xn. I!S Mt-iliunt
Stiect w.ll receive prompt u'teniloii,
ISi-ll Tcloiilione :i IN. 1'. (. UO 115.
IIuvo removed to
X. ."J ICINO SX11TE'1
lift M:iuti'ikiti& Nuiiiinu Sin.,
And In : leave to notify Iho pubUu that
limy liavu jiwt rcctilved .
fresh In voico of
XXX MANILA CIGARS
And other eholeo briinils of 1)10 Host
ijuiiiuy, itir faio tit iniuiewty
priro'. Also a full Hue 0
General Mercliatdisat Qrocorlcs, Matting.
Milna A Jnpu" TenM 11 Hii't'(ill'.
Groat Bargains aro
)!itlunt Telephone) :i7.
entire Stock of
Hie ill ovo llrewery
the First Prizes
of 18T and US0
o BVIade o Ciothing
Will be open every afternoon sml even.
Ing as follows:
Moiiilny, Tut'Nilnj', Wi'tluomlnr
To Ihu p.iblio in geneial.
Por l.ultLM uiul gciillcniun.
For Indies, gentlemen lind rhlldrtn.
i.ef 011s In Fniioy Skating.
.Frllay uniljniurilny K'oiln;s.
Wli.i.lAM w.vl.1., Mnnagox.