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PAClPifc COMMERCIAL AftVERTlSfe ft,- AUGUS 18, 1883.
3 BY AUTHORITY. List of Licenses Expiring in th Month of August. 1883. KfcT ILr OAH t . a. Ring atrret ' . uIlHI a n abt Streets, CI ,,laln Akini. Watkel ta .MALI 1 rhok Va,oiowala i C A Hona. Walho i yivjcut r-ti?. f1- Makua I j Alan. krokafcala m tonviU Co. Y ikpu U Choorf I-auaina i4 WtaTai, Waisapu Aboiil, Kanpo HAWAII W,nfVh..Uwi, ohJ, ... I mi water c Co. Mabukona. Kuhaia rj Wilder Co. Kawaina. " Kohala 10 C Akrosr F'Pakro, Hilo 11 K won CD-. Faeuachu.N KotaU li ComChtn. 1-enaban, Uamekaa IV Wo Hme. Ukalao. Hil-i li Ho Wo. f uuaho. Hdo l Ah Qal Ab Fo. Napoopoo.H Kob IT WoJ Zablau,N Kohala H imtu, Kokuiherle. Uaroakua, 21 Aktne. Kalnpihr. 81 han Uop Sing. S-Mi", Aau tl Lei Ou. row. Hit" 2i Ah U, " iofeala I i Afiot, vViu.- T.un.f Van, Hilo . M , iT. Kuatf rork I.nurf. Huinu, Hio Shnn K- -n-f. HI, -N KobU L .r W II KOI. Illio s i Ifchoro Ic Co, U. UulU .tf) J Whit.-. VICTUALING. 1 John irnowU, Hu, Ma 7 Ahaca. Wwluku, Jlui H WUar Co. Kwaih-. 9 1 K hl Hw" duo U.p, Nuann Huoolulii, Okbu ll Y- am, fauhi, Hilo. wtu 2i Adel.- lj-ii, H"t-l llooolulu M Pt. Hsikii, SIul 2K Ah t. N K.bl VI1UL.KAL.K. Sm.-I O Willrr. Sl.hukon., N KobU. Hwii lu U illftrr A Co. Nuanu mfeet. Honolula, Obo 10 J ti Tu. At, gu-n rt, Hotvaltt, O.ba Tan Chot, C.. King tit, Honolu tt, htt i o h.ii s Nounii ittrt, Uonolulo. O.bu 15 K W firrr 4t c. Unwo ntret. Uonulala, Uba ju W I. rr n. V'irii otrert. Uonoiolu. 0bu BUTCIIKK- 1 A l'un. Un. Mui i i W t Join, KU. Ilwi ; J I Syl, t"i-b SUrit. Honolulu U T M" Cbwni?, Luhorhop, ll'nikui, Hawaii 14 J U ari Jr. KaawaloS Kotia, Hawaii 21 Kurnualii, Kawaiban. Kauai 1 Kmiil faioa. N Kohal.t. Uawaii ti S K Krrwr, Kanoobe. Koolaupoko, Jba j WaUwala, Kawaikan. Kauai PORK BUTCIIKK. Akiut. IVuwiU. Hamakua. H iwui li ilp Wo, Pubonua. Uilo. Hawaii KKr.4ii-spinir. 41 H Hr,lUy. Kyt n-, Honolulu tl Ixr u u J. t. Commercial Hotel, Hooolula StLMON. 1 Khal-aiiki, Haua, Slauai HI I, I.I A fi li lt X W Aulili krpotkai, Khalui, Slaol DRI'US. 24 H..li-t-r St Co, r.Kurr Kort all Sirrobaut trrt Honolulu r'IKCkKMS. Jit Jaiu f..rt--rt-. Kni. lbu aoi Sealed Tenders. S.-atl Tru.l. rt will Le rec-iv-J at the luterlor Iirpirln.. ul until th- Firt Day of September, A. I. li.J, at 12 i'c1"hW uuou. for uppljia Oaha Priit with H) !' of Hrl I'iai, more or Um. per wcrk. to 1 tV-liverr.l i inch day a 4 the jailor of Oabn Prison hall Jinct. fwr One year from the tirat day of St pt-iutor, A. D. 13. Such Taiai to be of thf U-4t inality and ubjt to the approval of tL ifarhil. The contractor will m rt-.juirej to give bond in the ani of Sl.OtXJ for the faithful performance of the id contract. . The Mini-Ur not bind himself to accept the lweit or any bid. ClIAS. T. OULICK. Minister of the Interior. IsTtkiok Ot rtt r. Au-u.l 9. 18 S3. augllwtf dale of li of Government Land. On Monday September 10th. 1343. at the front entrance of Alii olani Hale, at 12 o'clock noon, will be told at pub lic aactiorne lot of land situated on Fort Street Esplanade, being lot 14. Term-: Lexte 23 yearn; np-tet pric $240 per an num paid quarterly iu alvance. with the following condition: That a fire-proof brick hwilding oo-tim eiht thousand dollar be erected thereon with ia one year from date of lea.se. CHAS. T. OULICK, Minister of later ior. laterior Departm-tnt. Aaiut 10, 1983. wtd Salk or Lr..iE or Ooversjif.xt Land. Os Mosdt, SiPTP.MBKR 10th pRoxixo at the front en trance of AuiulaXI nLE, at 12 o'clock doou, wil) Le nwld at Public Auction, the lean for ten years of the uudirided half of the Government land known ad O1.011r.xt. situated in the District of Pa. ua. Inland of Kauai. Tr.KMs: Upet price $200 per annum, payable seiui-aunnally in advano. Jsa to date Ausu-t 13th. 1S33. CHAS. T. OULICK, wanglltd MinUter of the Interior. 3ah of lea-te ot U eraji; i t land. On Monday. Angtut 20. l$8i. at the front residence of Aliio lani Hale at 12 o'clo.'; ut . will b) old at public auction tw lot of Uti 1 situated oa the Espla nade biaj lot 21 a il II ou th corner of K"kuane treet. Term : Lease 2. year. L'p-tet price $120 per lot per annum payable quarterly in advance. JN'O. E. BUSH. Miaiiter of Interior. InUrior Deptrtmeut. July 19, 1833. aoglS-ltw In conformity with iW-tion 384 of the Civil Code, notice U hereby Riyen that the liberies of the (ioverninent Kai or Sea qt ' behi " apr Kalia a" Island of Qahn chall heutefosth be conidere4 taboo 4'lri"4 the BJonthM of November. December, January. February. Jfareh. April an4 May for the protection of the fisheries Csa. T. Qtlick. Minister of th Interior. Is-ir.aioR Orri .. Anguat S. 19-43. aajjll-wSt. Official noth-e having been tfiven that daring th Usaporary absence of Mr. F. A. Schaofer, Conaul for Iuly. Mjbh. Henri Feer will dUcharge the function of that wfSco at Acting Conaul, all person arc hereby requested t. give full faith and credit to hi Official Acts in that capacity. WALTER M. GIBSON, Minister of Foreign Affair. Foreign Department. Honolulu. Augnat 8, 1M3. dlt-w2t Mr. M. Ti. Monsarrat in thia day appoints Coa liwwt J PriTte 7aye tnd Water Right, tat Iho District ut Koqa. slan4 of Oahn. Tic D. E. fyfe resigned. CH ABLES T. OULICK. Minister of laterior. The Board conaiats wf the following member: D. KahAss. J. S. Smithies, M. D. Monarrat. Dctaatstett of Ixtzkiok. Angunt 9, 1833. angllwtX. P03T0FTICE H0TICE Belating to the Kails and the Hail S err ice. A too law regulating the care and th carrying o th public mail throughout th Kingdom ap pear not to be sufficiently known, th following at tracts and aynopsi of some of the more imporUnt w V . ter. -ft .rr. 't. H-nolaUi 5 W W u .rr,. Morula ,1 LVh. Nauantrt, Howdala j! Lo k (A H.. ;Uupo.- rfc.tii !.. SI street. Honolulu -. "Ji Jt. ; uom !. Honolulu il.Ui-t-r Co. corner ort and Sler.h contained in chapter 17 of the Penal Code, under the heading of Violation of Letters and Postal La." (pafH 31 to 38) ar- published for the in formation of all concerned. " Section 14. Whoever tU tll steal any mail, or tteal from any inail. or from any puiitoflice, any letter or packet, hill l- :t.ii.hed !r imprinon Ineiit at hard labor e. ag fi-? y.-aru, or lea than one rear-" " Su-. 4. It projK-rty of ny assignable value is taken from such letters, it is Ittrccnv." Stc. 16. N' lnp or vel from a foreign port, arriving at any port at tliese inlands, where a pot offie is establUhel. ittiall Ik- lermitted to report, ; make entry, or break bulk, until the master or I commander shall have delivered to the postmaster j at ueh jxrt all letters directed to any person or I peraon within this Kingdom. " etc. Penalty $10 "Sr.c. 17 Ko ahip or ves4-l L aving any port of the Hawaiian Islands, where a ostomce is estab lished, shall be permitted to carry any letters, newspaper, or other mailable matter, outside the mail, unlet the Hawaiian postage on the same hall have been previously paid." etc. Penalty $100 to $300. Amendment passed 1882: - " The master or agent of any ship or vessel about to leave any port of this Kingdom for any foreign port shall give due written notice of the day and hour of the intended departure to the postmaster of such port, and shall make oath or affirmation of snch notice before the Collector of the port before receiving clearance paper." "Sec. 18. N'o inter-island letter shall be trans mitted by mail unless previously stamped, and it hall be unlawful for any individual to convey any letter or letter from port to port. " Penalty, $3 to $30. Sec. 19. Each coasting vessel shall have. placed in some conspicuous and convenient place, a locked postofhee box or bag, legibly lettered, and the master of every such vessel shall act as a route agent for the postoffice, and all letters properly j stamped aud placed in snch box or bag, shall In delivered by the route agent to the nearest post master, according to it direction; but the route- agent, before delivering, shall deface or obliterate the stamp or stamp on any letters so mailed, on pain of a fine of nut less than ten or more than fifty dollars, to be recovered before any police or district justice; and on a repetition of such offense the license of the vessel corumand-d by such postal agent shall be liable to be revoked by the Collector General of Customs, after conviction before any police justice, at the complaints of any postal agents. " "Sec. 20. If any person or per sons shall forge or counterfeit any stamp of the Postoffice Department, issued by authority of law, or if they shall obliterate the mark of any stamp for the purpose of using the same for a second time, they shall be adjudged guilty of felony, and on conviction thereof, be fined a sum not exceed ing $500. or imprisoned at hard labor for a term not more than one year, in the discretion of tho court. " Sec. 21 Provides that if any person or persons shall nntie, unlock, or in any way open any mail bag, containing mailable matter without due Au thority of the Postmaster-General, he shall pay a fine of not less than $50 or more than $500 with two years imprisonment in the discretion of the court. Section 402 of the Civil Code reads: " The com manding officers of coasting vessel shall receive and deliver the inter-i.iland mails at the postomoes of the several ports at which they may touch, in such manner as the Postmaster-General may direct, free of charge; under penalty of forfeiting the coast- ng license of their vessels. " Jy23 6td-4lw. The following persons have been commissioned as Tax Assessors for the taxation district of the Kingdom for the year 1S83 : Hawaii. Hilo '. E. Kekoa Hamakua George lie 11 N. Kohala J. P. Kamanoha Kohala J. Stnpplebeen J. G. Hoapili D. H. Xahinu . . , J. N. Kapahu T. K. Kaaihili . . .3. . Kaukau. G. E. Richardson. J. Nakookoo. . . . J. K. liannna. . . . . S. K. Kupihea. .F. H. Havseldeu. E. U. Friel . . . J. L. Kauliikou . . J. W. Kaapu. N. Kona Kona Kan Puna MALI. Lanaina Wailuku Makawao Hana Molokai and Lanai oa nr. Honolulu Ewa and Waiana Koolanpoko Koolacloa Waialna s K. Mahoe. Lvhai. Koloa J. W. Kckahimoku Lihue J. Kala Kawaihan S. Kain Hanalei . . . Jas. W. Bush Waimea Liwai Kauai Siihau A. Kaukau JXO. M. KAPENA. Minister of Finance. Treasury Department, June 15. 1832. jy3tf dw It has pleased His Majesty the King to appoint the following gentlemen members of the Board of Eduoation: His Excellency John M. Kapena, Hon. John S. Walker. The Board is now composed of the following members: His Excellency Walter M. Gibson. Pre ident; His Excellenoy John Mott Smith, nn. John S. M. Kapena. Hon. J Walker, Hon. D. L. KinlmakA. Iolaxi Palace, Aug. 14. 1S33. dltwlt It has pleased His Majesty the King to grant let ters patent of denization to William Foster, Esq. lolani Palace, August 7th, 1S3.1. i" It has pleased Hi Majesty the King to appoint Charles T. Oulick Minister of the Interior vice Hi Excellency Walter M. Qibson resigned. Ionxi Palace, August 6, 183. e - The sale of Lease of Esplanade lot on the North corner of Fort and Allen streets, is postponed un til further notice. By Order of the Minister of the Interior. wtf HONOLULU STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE. 8HSS lUX, MONDAY, AUOL'sr Urn. lU. COab stocks. No of Shares Par. Bid Askd Halka Bujar Co..... t 1500 600 Kohala sugar Co 960 The frlncayllle Plantation Co tvto The Walloka Sngar Co 2oo The Hawaiian Agricultural Co : Make Sugar Co ....5oJ Waimauaio Sugar Co 1?X Honokaa Sugar Co., Ilioa per ah. pd up 100 The Koloa BUfiar CO MO Qokala 8 agar Co - Waihee Sugar Co 0 PacifteHlUCo .., .. J0O- Kilauea sugar Co.. ...... 300 Hilea 8agax Co .. 600 Grove Ranch Plantation Co , , SOU WalaaaeCo , .,1700 t'aioo Hill 0o7j0 per ahare pd up. ISO Olowala Co..... tioO hutr illllCo.... 400 East Maul Plantation Co ...Is0 Onomea Sugar Co .......J4otio Faukaa Sugar Co 17000 Reciprocity Sugar Co 60 LAopahoeboe Sugar Cou , oooo llaoiakua Hill Co 2tott Waikapu Sugar Co. 'IM0 Halawa Sugar Co looo Heaorna 'agar Co Ju0 til AQ4I stocks: The Hawaiian Railroad Co ...JOOO Kahelui Railroad Co.... 150 TELZTSI09E STOCKS : Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co 10)0 llawaltaa Telephone Csx, (ILaoi) Kauai Telephonic Co.... Hilo 4 Hawaii Telephone A Tel. Co M MpKZf. UUfEOCS stocks : The Honolulu Iron Works Oo 'Joo C- Brewer 4f Company (Mercantile, if . Inter-Lalaad Steaaa Navigation Ca 3OO0 Kt Mant Stock Co. (Ranch) 1000 X. O. Hall Son (Limited) . .2000 OITDA, Hawaiian Government: 13 per eent Boivls t per eent Bonds Save per cent Honda Bis per cea Bawd a, free from Gov't Kute per eent Onomea Sugar Co.'a Sonde . . . ... i .... ....... . . Seven per cent fiaw'B A grid Co Bonda. .......... . ........ j'H) too ... 170 100 150 16 1U0 ... 100 100 ... .. 100 121 m 210 . . 150 IOiO .. 1700 0J 1000 1 10U0 60O 1000 5o0 V IM 310 100 130 1000 ... 100 100 ... 75 5tM .. S10 100 10 10 ... 10 1O0 100 100 1QO 100 ... lJi 100 5i 301 10 ... 15 lo 60 (JO 1000 100 ... 130 100 1JS 1J9 100 100 1J0 lla ..loo S3 9i 93 ... 100 100 ... 103 105 fXUO of per cent Onomea Bonds at par It 1 Sept. T B. BzncoricSYXXSZU, Secretary. it Fert Street Chareh. The Iter. A. Forbes preached on Sunday night taking his text from the 96th Fsalm, 9th verse, "Wherewithal shall a young man cleanse his way? By taking heed thereto according to thy word These words apply principally to the young both men and women. We will consider life as a path to be traveled, our aim to travel it without turning aside. Our duty then is to clear this nath of all obstruction which ( - 'Sill appear in the way of sin and temptation First we must decide which path it shall be and where it will lead to. Our wav must lie clearly before us and not be changed ou account of the rocks and bo? that occur in every path. Then we must rely upon our own efforts to clear away very obstruction. Everyone will fight for his reputation, if it is in danger an I trv in someway to clear it; it is a natural desire to keep it as clear as possible; So must also the path that leads to the other side, to the meeting with our Heavenly Father be kept clear, for a slight deviation from it will lead us far out of our course. A railroad car ried two trains, where they stood the tracks were clos' toother. th routes ran in a similar direc tion but finallv led to points many mile apart. The difference between them was that the trains were on different tracks. So should you get on to a different track tou will be led afar from your original course. You must aim high for as you aina so will vol come out. It is true that there are weak and faulty Christians, but are they on the riL'ht track we must not iudse our lives by what they are now but by what these slight devia tions may lead to. You say 'tis but a single hour's amusement I allow myself, a single glass will not make a drunkard of me. This is where Satan de ceives n and lures n on through these slight de viations to destruction. An Italian artist once took for a picture of a cherub, supposed to repre sent the utmost loveliness and leanty, an inno I cent child. After many years he was called upon to represent a picture of the utmost despair and fonnd a subject in the distorted features of a con- t demned felon. What must his astonishment have ' been to discover that the child and the condemned j felon proved to be one and the same perssn. Ah. that little one had wandered away from the path ; and. taking a different track, had ended here. In business, people say, if yon take no risks yon can win nothing, but does the careful man seek these risks? Does he not provide against them And take every precaution? Can we then afford to run any risk iu our moral character? Will you still run the risk of this ui ad current of pleasure And enjoyment to be dashed to pieces against the rocks or repent when yon have reached a point from which you cannot save yourself? Just as sure as there is A God in heaven so sure is there but one safe track. Xor can you reach the end unless you make Him the counsel of your lives, trusting to Him who can aloue cleanse us from the sins of iniquity. The llgarabA Lodge Social. By eight o'clock last Monday the hall, which was prettily with festoons of ferns And mottoes evening decorated of Faith, Hope and Charity, and Welcome, was well filled. Among the guests were H. R. n. Priucess Liliuo kalani, accompanied by Mrs. Wilson, and His Hon or Chief-Justice Judd and Mrs. Judd. The hall though so well tilled, was very oool and comforta ble. The introductory remarks were made by Mr. Atherton; this was followed by a piano solo from Mrs. Bowler who played some selections from Martha; and some appropriate remarks on Tem perance by Mrs. Hastie. A quartette, "Moon light ou the Lake," by Mrs. Pierce, Mrs. Damon, Mr. Hall and Mr. Bradley, was well rendered, after which Mr. D. M. Crowley read "Drunk as a Brute" from the Hawaiian Temperance Year Book. A du et by Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. E. Damon was followed by the "Gipsy's Warning" in which Miss Fille brown represented a gipsy sitting over a fire sing ing a song of warning, and Mr. Maguire counter acted it by singing "Heed notlier Warning." Miss J. Hare then reeited "The New Organ," and Mr. Wood sang "Non e ver," for which he receiv ed the only enoore. of the evening, giving "Alice. Where Art Thou." The comic operetta, "The Sisters Peak" in the peaked hats and old folks' dresses was most laughable and amusing, solos, choriusses, overskirtures and recitations being giv en to popular airs, such as Yankee Doodle, Rally Round the Flag and others. Miss J. Hare's recita tion in Wt r "Mother Hubbard" dress was very good and Mrs. Bowler deserves particular credit for the able manner in which she accompanied her several numliers. After the enjoyable programme had been execut ed to the entire satisfaction of all present, refresh ments in the shape of lemonade, cakes, ice-cream, etc., were handed round, the ice-cream b'jing pro nounced particularly good. The evening's enter tainment closed about eleven o'clock, everybody having passed a jolly good time. Baseball The game of ball between the Oceanic and Hon olulu Clubs resulted in a victory for the latter by 19 rnns to 6. The pitcher for the Oceanics broke down in the second innings, thus putting them at a great dis advantage, as it necessitated the change of four j players to positions with which they were unaccus tomed. Notwithstanding this, the score at the end of the 7th inning was only 4 to 9. In the 8th and 9th innings however the Oceanics made several field errors which doubled up their opponents score. The lowuess of the score ou the part of the Oceanics, was largely owing to Markham's fine pitching. His quick, sharp delivery being diffi cult to strike, and giving the catcher time to throw to bases. With their regular pitcher in trim, the Oceauios hope yet to give the Honoluluans a close rub. The following is the score: OCEANICS. 1 2 M. Baldwin. 2b 0 . L. A. Thurston, s. s 0 . Grosssman, 3b .... . 0 . E. Baldwin, e 0 Wall, p 0 E. Jones, 1. f 0 4 0 0 0 6 1 1 1 0 0 a o 0 0 R 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 o 0 0 0 .. C. Baldwin, c. f 0 0 0 F. Bishop, lb 1 0 A Rosa, r. f . 0 0 Totals . . .0 00004002 C27 HONOLULU. 12 3 4 5 6 7 0 0 0. . . . 9 1-0 i 0 1 1 1 J. Dowsett, r. f . . . II. Wodehouse, c . . H. Whitney, 2b .. Barry, s. s G. Wodehouse, lb B. Parker, 3b G. Markham. p -. . I. Lishman. 1. f . . Fisher, c. f 0 0 .".0 ". 0 . 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 u 0 0 . 1 . . 1 . . . o . . 0 . . 0 . 0 . o 0 . 0 . . 0 Totals 043200046 19 27 The audience was quite large, some twenty or more carriages being present. The Honolulu play the "Unknowns" next Sat urday. A good game may be expected. ACCIDENTS. On the wharf yesterday morning about three o'clock an express driver going to meet the Likelike drove his horse, vehicle and himself into the water. Captain Sears got down between the wharf and the Kilauea Hon and rescued the man, who must have been either Asleep or under the influence of liquor; th express And the horse sank to the bottom, the latter being drowned as it could, not get free. The express was hauled up later in the day. ropes and tackle having been ruade fast to it by divers. Con siderable Amusement for the natives was caused by one of their number diving about six inohea and then coming to the surface And dressing as he was pan. Daring the excitement cau?ed by the capsixe- of tho trio just mentioned a rush to th wharf enaued And a woman was pushed into the water but res cued without farther damage than the wetting. On Saturday night, At the corner of King And NuoAna streets, An express that was driving At a pAc faster than a walk, ran into a horse that was being ridden in th opposite direction, c raping some of th skin off ita aide. At Hal maul. Hon. J. A. Cummins has bnilt on his plantation at Waitnanalo a large building containing a read ing room and a room for dances or social gather ings intended for the use of tho plantation labor ers. It is seventy feet loug and forty feet wide aud the rooms are very lofty and well ventilated; the decorations which Are very handsome were done by Mr. Kohn; for general use and auiuseniL-ut there are several handsomj tables, a large automatic or- rn anl several some canaries of the finest breed and exoolleut songsters; the books for the li brary have not vet arrived but are expected shortly. The ceiling have been decorated wiui Chinese and Japanese fans, easels And parasols And their combined Arrangement produces a unique and handsome appearance. Oa the walls are some lifelike portraits of Their M ijesties the King and Queen. Queen Emma and her son His late Royal Highness, th Prince of Hawaii. There is also a fine engraving of Kamehameha III. besides some good steel engravings of various sub jects. On the plantation there is also a very good band, its wombjrs all being laborers, who fre- auentlvnlav selections during the evening And j m after their work is done thus relieving the usual tedionsness and niouotouv of plantation life. The building which is erected near Mr. Cummin's pri vate residence is prettily situated aud surrounded by flowers and shrubs, and is probably the best of its kind, if not the only one, ou any plantation in the Kingdom. Geo Kim's Klre Fields. It was reixirted iu town late on Tuesday night that Goo Kim's rice fields at Waikiki had been en tirely washed away by the heavy rain, but the ru mor turns out to be entirely uniounaed. ine fields have not been injured in any way but on the contrary the rain will do a vast Amount of good to them; everybody At Waikiki has been reioiciug at the copious downpour, and all tanks are well filled with water. eJ. HOPP & CO., No. 74 King Street, DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF A VINO SECURED THE SERVICES OF A anything in that line, Wa are th Sol Agents for Tiiw swrfii Sofa, (BED AND LOUNGE), The shortest Sofa (only five feet long); the largest bed and the strougent frame ; is the most simple in ita construction, and cau be changed into five ditieieut positions. IB1 URNITURE, Or all kinds made to order and repaired, aud good work guaranteed. PRICES K K A S O X A B 1. K . V Telephone No. 14:i. aull-tiw PRINTING and PUBLISHING In the CHINESE LANGUAGE. rpHE "HAWAIIAN CHINESE NEWS" A WEEKLY L Newspaper publianed in the C'liinette language, is issued every Haturday from the Office of the Company No. 45 Nuuanu Street." Fosters, Bill Heads, Notices, Circulars Tickets, Programmes, &c Printed quickly and cheaply. By the Hawaiian Chinese News Co. No. 45 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu. Advertisements received, at Office of the Pacific CoxjtEBCiAL Advertiser. apr23;d&wtf. Lodges. I .e Progres de l'Ooeanie, No. 121, A and A S K, meets on Kiuir st last Man in earh month. Hawaiian No. 21, F and A M, meets cor Fort and Queen sts first Monday in each month. Koyal Arch Chanter meets in Hall of Le Prores de l' Kvaiiie every 3d Thursday of the month. Coinmaudery of Knights Templar meets every 2d Thurs day in the month. K amehameha Lodre of Perfection No. 1, A and ASK, meets at Hall of Le Frores de l'Oceauie every 4th Thurs day in the month. Nuuanu Chapter of Rose Croix, No. 1, A & A S R, meets at hall of lje Progces de l'Ooeanie first Thursday in the month. Alexander Liholiho Council of Kadosh, A & A BE, meets on third Monday of alternate months from Feb. Excelsior No.l, I O O F, meets each Tuesday in Odd Fel lows' Hall, Fort street. Polynesia Encampment No 1, 1 O O F, mpets at Odd Fel lows' Hall every first and third Friday in each month. Harmony No. 3, 1 O O F, meets each Monday in hall of Excelsior Lodge. Oahu No. 1, K of P, meets each Wednesday at Hall, Campbell's Block. Fort St. Hawaiian Tribe No. 1. Improved Order of Red Men, meets every Friday at hall of K of P. Court Lunalilo No. 6.600, A () F, meets at hall of K of P second and fourth Tuesday of month. Morning Star Lodge. No. 1, Knights of Jerusalem, meets every Friday evening at hall on Maunakea ttt. Hawaiian Council No. 689, A L of II, meets on the 2d and at Thursday of each month in Knights of Pythias Hall. Oceanic Council No 777, A L of H, meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month in hall of Knights of Pythias. George W DeLong Post No 45. GAR, meets in hall o f Knights of Pythias on the third Thursday of each month. Algeroba Lodge No. 1. 1 O G T, meet in Knights of Pythias Hall erera Monday night. CREAIV1 jDArJDIES. Importer & Home Hannfactflrer of Candies Of ALL DESCRIPTIONS, X. Hi Fart Street, Jist leave Betel St., Has (uat made lance additions to hit establishment, and is now prepared to furnish to the trade, the Honolulu pub lic, and residents oa the other Islands, the YERY FIX EST ef HOSE-HADE Jt IMPORTED CAXD1ES, Of all Descriptions, AT VERY REDUCED PRICES. Receives Fresh Caodiea by every arrival. He Guarantee, the pacity of his nods. THE CREAM CANDIES are a specialty with him, and are made by the best manu facturer, la California, and received fresh fcv every steamer. Sqd Water, and all kinds of Iced Drinks. THE BEST ICE CBEA2X IU THE CITY. The BEST BRANDS of CHOICX CIQAR8 always on hand. ocas- LAWRENCE & FREETH, Contraotors. PLANS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED for Works of Construction. Civil Engineering and Surveying. Office and Shop, near CI. West's Carriage Factory P. O. Box 101. ja2S dA-wtf CLARENCE W. ASHF0RD, TTORliEf, SOLICITOR. ETC.. No. IS Kaahumanu street. JlyUdAwtf HONOLULU. TRUE TO THE TEST. Macneale & Urban Safes. A CARD. C. (I. BKIlGKIt. K.q.. Aj. Lt ) St C S l-Al.h. A: Uittt.YN SFES,J J ILiXOLUkP, J Dear Sir: I take great pleasure to inform you tht the No. 3 Macueale Urban fire-proof sate purchased some years aro ha passed through the dis ttrou3 lire ot lat night to inv entire satisfaction. I opened the same on the combination '.tips, etc., handle hiring wrlted off ), without any difficulty, nj found contents in perfect condition 1 Tours Very TraljV L. WAY. HoNOLrLC, H. I., June J8, l.ftl. 1 LAr lartm.'at of These JestlF C-lrbrated Safes CoDstaotl) oa Hand. OLD SAFES TAKEN IN EXCHANGE C. O. BERGER, jun30 dawSm Ot-'nl Assent Hjwaiian Islands. TRUTH IS STKM TIIM FIITIM It has become an actual aud acknowledged fact that CHARLES HA3niEK, CORNER Mm 3 HARNESS T O I Has made and sold The Best Harness fcer produced iu the Hawaiian Islands, And He Challenges the Trade Otherwise. to Prare He has now had manufactured expressly for this climate THE BEST Ill'GGV WHIPS Ever shown in this Kingdom. Call and see them: it will do you good. Don't forget the Corner Store, King and rort streets. ily2Sd,fcw3ni A. S. O LEGHORN & CO., Importers and dealer, at the old Forth and Waiauuinui streets, cornf-r of Hilo. Come Ouo, Come And secure your bargain at reduced rates, -where you will find a large assortment ot GENERAL MERCHANDISE, AS UR1' GOODS. CLOTHING, FA XCY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HARDWARE AND SADDLERY And all goods that are kept iu a well-fouud country store. Fresh Groceries received by every vessel fiom the (.Mast. IbTravelers ra route for the Volcauo will do well tn calling and Hecuring saddles, bridles, rubber coats, etc. jlyll w3m TAX ASSESSOR'S SPECIAL NOTICE. T PUE ATTENTION OF ALL PEK.-OXS LIABLE TO taxation is particularly directed to Section 33 of " An Act to Consolidate and .intend the Law Relating to Internal J axes," winch reads ihus: Suction 33. Every person owning any prnperty,freal or personal, whetner entitled to exemption or not, sliall within the time prescribed in such notice as aforesaid. prepare and deliver to the Assessor, or at the place men tioned by him in such notice, a statement in writing signed by tne person making the same. I Of the description, situation and value of the real and personal property belonging to such person, including moneys deposited with any bank or banking company or other persons ot every kind and from every source, or of wnicn sucn person had the possession, custody or control on the first day ot July then immediately preceding. ii. ui ail mortgages, incumbrances, and ciiargea se cured thereon respectively, with the names and residences oi the persons to whom mortgages, incumbrances or charges are owing. I. Of all animals and other property subject to taxa tion which were in the possession, custody or control of sucn person on the hrst day ol July. IV. Of the names ol all persons subject to taxation in the employ of such person on the said first day of July, to wnicn statement snail De auaea a declaration that the tame is true snd accurate in all particulars. F. H. IIAYSELPEN. Tax Assessor for the District of Honolulu. jlyl2 d&wtf JUST RECEIVED Ex Late Arrivals : Fine Line of Silver-Plated Mare, Bird lajres la Great Variety, Cash Boxes, Fine Cutlery, 1 C K EL-PL 1TE l Dl'PLEX BLK.VF.B LIMPS. FEt rilER DISTEKS, bltiSUES and BU00JIS. A Fall Liar of MiW Fire-Prwef Snfcs, ail Jzs, the Urgeot Hssortnieiil lmMn iu Honolulu. TrCKER'S A LAB SI MONEY DRAWEES. fail awrtmeut of Moves, Bau?sf Hoase FaraUilttff Hardware, ( tiaudf lier. Lamps, tte., etc. SAMUEL NOTT, BEAVER BLOCK. FORT STREET. GEO. W. M1CFABHSF, H. R. MACFABLASr. (J. ,V. MACFAKLANE & CO. Importers, Commission Merchants AND Sugar Factors, Fire-Proof Building, ... - 52 Queen Street JHonolulu. AGENTS FOR The Waikapu Sugar Plantation, Maul, The Spencer Sngar Plantation, Hawaii, The Heeia ugar Plantation, Oahu, Huelo Sugar Mill, Maui, Huelo Sugar plantation, Maui, Pnnloa Sheep Ranch Co., Hawaii, J. Fowler Ac Co. Steam Plow and Portable Tramway Works, Leeds. Mirrleea. Watson A Co.'s Susrar Machinery, dlaRow. Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets. ayl d&w 3m. J. LYONS. L. J. LEVEY. LYONS & LEVEY, ADC'I'IONEERS AND S General Commission Merchants. BEAVER BLOCK. QFEEN ST., HONOLULU. SaJes of Furniture, Stock, Real Merchandise proirly attended to. SOLE AGENTS Estate and General FOR American and European Merchandise. f eba dkwtf WANTED Hawaiian Ferns AND ' Land and Sea Mosses, (UNMOUNTED), From all or these Islands. PERSONS WILLING TO COLLECT AND PRESS the above can dispose of good specimens in quanti ties at a tair price. Address M. A. C. Advertiser Office, Honolulu. jun9 wtf. 9 T A.r- iiur -m At the Old Stand, No, 8 Kaahumanu 7: :rt, im, COPPEft & SHEET IRON WORKER, PLUMBING, in all its branches; ARTESIAN WELL PIPE, all sizes; STOVES and RAGV1CES I'ucle Sam. Medallion. Kiclmiond. Tip Tup. Palace, ri..ia. Mav, Contest, Oiand Price, New Uival. Oper, Derby, Wren. Dolly, Gypsy, Qu. eii. Pansy A Army ilanges, Mapna Charta. Buck, Supri ioi , Magnet, Osceola, Almeda. Eclipse. Charter Oak, Nimble, inwood v- Laundry Stoves, Galvanized Iron A Copper JSoih-rs for Range. Granite Iron Ware, Nickel Plated A Plain, Galvanized Iron Water Pipe, all sizes, and laid on at Lowest Hates ; Cast fc Lead Soil Pipe. House Furnishing Goods ! RUBBER HOSE ALX SIZES and GRADES Lift and Force Pumps, Ci-ti in Pumps, Galvanized Iron, Slioct Copper, Sheet Load Pipe, Tin Plato. Water closets, M.nl.le Mlalw and Bowls, Enameled Chandeliers, JLamps, JLanterns A. I " XT ij Ju GENTS' FINE FURNISHING EIsTGrLIIsTGr &D CO 5 Nuuanu Street. Honolulu H. I. AGENTS FOR THE Superior " janl3 wly 1IOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE ral pulilic that l!tiir r. fi-r 19..,. Stovo 7 Vf "fraMf'' f tfuu vwyr a i.uiim- i tiniiMiiiiii liiirtiunn sum IN CAMPBELL Opposite S. G. Wilder & Co.'s WITH A PULL LIItfE OF STOVES, cc.. Goods per Discovery " from San rroncisco, from New York ; and also from Liverpool per " Oberon." By the Discovery ' I have received the following Stoves & Ranges fcfc K A Ma A li! A ITA a .iic. A m'x --' uv k, IkIhk a new feature ia a family Range. 'Hawaii,' 6 Aloha' and 6 Oahu' Ranges AND THE WELL-KNOWN Built to Stand Hard Work. Wrought Iron Ranges for Plantation Use Large Assortment of ESoiise HFurnisIimg Hardware. ic, Aic., t-t tie., fcc, "Well Casing and I3ydi'aulic IPipe Made to Order, and Work of All Kindt in. my Line promptly attended to. P.O. BOX 294. nit I J v Lead. Wali Standi. GOODS, D?alrH in Stovs and Range EVERY DESCRIPTION Or SHEET METAL WARE On Hand or Ma.le to Orrl. r. 1 Tiiinina: PlnmliiBL Gntlerice. Etc. 'oiiti acted for. Wilier Pipe and Fittings, AM. SIZES, sole A ('(-ut in Ui.pe Ilan.l for the Montague' Range All Sixes In Stock. '"Irculars and Prices on ap plication. TKr.KPHOIVK 11. TO HIS KRIENDM AVli Trri' ni vr. he lias oikmioiI a II l Liu S NEW BLOCIC, Lumber Yard, about JULY 1st, UoW nne with BROILING HEARTH anl L All OK 30 Inch