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RE PACIFIC C0MMEEC1AL ADVERTISED, AUGUST 19, 1884.
18 I-ne or the 3Iaan I.:nux August, ' ISSS. i D. IX. r. ii J.; a. v .....J .", 10 A.M Hew Moon i-Vst Quarter Ttie RKIii-nu:I Netting of the Sun. The sun rises to-morrow morning at 5:40 o'clock. The sun seta this evening at 6:25 o'clock. PORT OF HONOLULU. II. 1. ARKIVALS. Tuesday, August 1-. Htmr C It BLshop, L.tL?, from Ilamakua. Htmr Mokolii, McGregor, from a circuit of Molo kai, via Lahaina and Lanai ttchr Ilob Itoy, from Kooluu - Weoxesday, August 13. Stmr James Makee, Freeman, from Kauai, via Waianae Htmr Walmanalo, Nelson, from "Waimanal chr Walmalu, from Koloa Tai'KSDAY, AUgUSt 14. btmr Likelike, Wiseberg, from Maul and Hawaii Stmr Walmanalo, Nelson, from Waimanalo Am bktne KiUa.p, Robinson, 27 days from Port Townsend Schr Waioli, from liana Schr Leant from Kaiwilahilahi Hchr Mana, from Jlonomu Fkiday, August 15. . btmr Lehua, Lorenzen, from Molokai and Maui Schr Manuokawai, from Ilanamaulu katcbday, August 10. Htmr Kinau, King, from Maui and Hawaii, stmr Kilauea IIou, Sears, from Kahului Schr Nettie Merrill from Lahaina Schr Khukal from Waialua Schr Pohoikl. from I'una Schr Waiehu, from Koolau SC.NDAY, AllgUSt 17. Stmr Likelike, W'iseberg, from Mahukona Stmr Iwalani,' Cameron, from Kauai and Xiihau H. II. M. S. Constance, Daughty, fronn San Fran cisco. Moxi.Y, August 15, Hchr Mary E Forster from Kauai Schr Caterlna, from Haualci Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, from a circuit of Molo kai via Lahaina and Lanai. Ji:5AI!TUIII. Tuesday, August 12. Sunr Lehua, Jxrenzen, for Molokai and Maui at & P.M. Stmr Planter, I.ites, f.r Maulaea, Kona and Kau at I p.m. Stmr Kinau. King, for Maui and Hawaii, at 4 P.M. Stmr Iwalani, Cameron, lor Kauai and Xiihau,' at 5 P.M. - Am bark Calbarien, Hubbard, for Kan Francisco at 11 a.m. Kchr Kekauluohl, for Hanalei Schr KawailanI, for Koolau Schr liainbow, for Koolau ' Schr Pauahi for Hanalei Wkdnesijay, August" 13. strur C P. r.ishop, Davis, for Ilamakua stiur Mokolii, McGregor, for a circuit of Molo kai, via Lahaina and Lanai, at 5 P. M. Stmr Wainmnalo, Nelson, for Walmanalo. Schr Kawailani for Koolau Schr Ilaleakala, for Pepeekeo. Xchr Wailele. for Maliko TiiL'KsuaY, August 14. Smr Likelike, Wisebarth, for Mahukona direct Schr Rob Itoy, for Koolau Fit i day, August 15. . O S Mariposa, H M Hayward, for San Fran risco Stmr James Ma'cee. Freeman, for Kauai and Waianae Schr Ilob II03-, for Koolau Saturday, August lti. Schr Mana for Ilonomu Schc Hob Koy for Koolau Schr Walmalu, for Koloa Stmr Lukelike, Lorenzen, for Kahului and Mo lokai at 5 p.m. stmr Lehua, Wisebarth, for Ilamakua at 5 p.m. sunr Waimanalo, Nelson, for Waimanalo Schr Waioli, for Hana Kchr Waiehu, for Koolau schr Khukal, for Waialua. Stmr Walmanalo, Nelson, for Waimanalo Schr Waioli for Hana Schr Waiehu. for Koolau Schr Khukal for Waialua VosMelH Leaving- Tills Day. Stmr Kinau, King, for Hawaii and Maui at 4 Stmr Iwalani, Cameron, for Kauai, at 5 P M Schr Caterlna, for Hanalei Schr Nettle Merrill for Lahaina Schr Leah! for Kohalalele Schr Poholkl for Puna FOKEIGX VKS.SKI.S IX PORT. II. B. M. S. Constance, Fred. P. Doughty, 17 days from San Francisco. Am bktne Klla, Howe, from San Francisco Am bktne Discovery, Pornman, from San Francisco Am bktne Kitsap, I Robinson, from Port Town send, W. T. eels Kxpecteil trout Foreign 1'orU. P M S S Zealandia (Brit) from the Colonies, due Aug 30. P M S S Australia (Brif from San Francisco due O. S. S. Alameda (Am) H. G. Morse, from San Francisco due August 2.2nd. It. bk Dacca from St. Michaels. Am Bk Elsinore, Jenks, from Port Townsend Am bktne Hazard. Tierney, from Jaluit Am bare Emerald, Hall, from Port Townsend Am bark C O Whltmore, Newhall, from Port Townsend Htmr Geo S Homer (Am) from New York . II I Jap M's ship Tsukuba, from S America Bark Chasca (Brit), from Liverpool Bark Veruna (Brit), from Liverpool, due August Bark C 11 Bishop (llawi from Geesterunde Am tern llueneme, Klliot, from Port Townsend Am tern John Anderson, from Port Gamble D S S Iroquois, from a cruise Tern Dora Bluhm, Bluhm, from Port Townsend Am bark Ceylon from Hongkong, due Aug 1 Fr S S Bordeaux, from London, via Madeira, due In August. Haw bk Kalakaua, Miller, from San Francisco Am schr Anna, McCulloch, from San Francisco, due at Hllo Am schr llosario, from San Francisco, due at Kahului Brit bxk Catalina, from Hongkong Francisco Brit bk Bauca from Glasgow IMPORTS. From Puget Mill Co., Port Townsend, per bktne Kitsap, August 14: II Hackfeld A Co, 701,075 feet rough lumber, 143,467 feet dressed lumber, 121,000 shingles and 0 spars. EX PORTS. For San Francisco, per Caibarien, August 12 II Hackfeld fc Co, 721S bags sugar; C Afong, 1403 b.4gs sugar; K HotTscuIaeger fc Co, 247 Dags sugar; Wong Lsong t Co, 210 bags sugar auJ 100 bags rice; Sing Cnong fc Co, 4 )0 bags rice. Total pkgs, 9635: total tonnage, 531 1174-2000. Domestic value f 19.350. For San Francisco, per S S Mariposa, August 15 V G Irwin it Co, iM kegs and 561 J bag3 suga r; F A S-haefer ifc Co, 40J bags sugar; H A Wid e mann, 160 bags sugar; M S Griabaum fe Co, 3 CI bags rice and 700 bugs sugar; Conchee fc Ahun g, iMO bags sngar and 2J0 b;igs rice; C Brewer A Co, lio J bag- rice; Ilyman Bros. r,s b.tgs rive and 2 -0 l:igs S igar; T II Davtes & Co, :;77 bags s?ugar; K I Adams, 50 ohs ban mas: C E Hnson, r,3 bchs baimna-; K L Marshal, SO- bciis Ananas; M Mc Inerney, io behs bananas; Sresovicu, Grey k Co, 340 lch3 bananas; S M Carter & Co. J be hs ba nanas; Brown A Co, 200 bel.s bananas; Quong Vlck Chung t Co, 31 bchs bairanas; Wing Wo Tai fc Co, 100 bdls sugar cane; Aping, VJ-t bdls sugar cane; Ah Loi, bdls sugar cane; W W McChes nej' & Son. 229 bdls gr hides; sundries. l'Jbxs betel leaves, 6 bxs roots. Domestic value, f'joWl.as; foreign value, $2,035.05. PASSENGERS. t From Ilamakua, per C K Bishop, August 12:' Miss K Kaupi, Miss A Kaupi, W H Purvis, George Irvine, Mr Mengersen, Mr McCrosson, wife and 2 children, and 43 deck passengers. For San Francisco, per bark Caibarien. August 12 Miss Clara Lewis, John l'apu From Kauai, via Wainae. per James Makee, August 13 Miss Hinds, Mrs Uice and 45 deck For Maul and Hawaii, per Kinau. August 12 Master J Wilder, Dr B Kuehn, Iter H F K Whal ley, Uev C K Groser, C Sneyd-Kynnersley, Miss V;odehouse, Master Arthur Fitzsimmons, Kev J Goodell, Senhor A de Canvarro, Kia Nahaolelua and wife, W It Austin, Miss Pillpo, Miss Aheona, Miss L Cole, Miss Emma Mossman, Miss Dora Mossman, Mrs 1 H Kuihelani, Daniel P Hoolapa. Mr Hopkins, Thos Houghton, Thos Mossman, Mr Stelling, C Afong and 2 daughters, C Atong and wife, W H Corn well, Hon Puu' Isenberg, Mrs J G Howie, K J Nichols nd wife, Mrs Widditteid, Miss Cornwell, K Muller, S Ladd, and 175 deck For Kauai, per steamer Iwalani, August 12 Bev Illehard Wainwright, W E Smith, T H Gibson, G W Sherwood, Miss Louisa Molteno, Miss Nancy Molteno, J Guerrero, Uev Father Sj-lves-tpr, Miss Ii Antone, Miss Hattie Forbes, Miss Annie Forbes, Mrs C E Miller and child. C Podeyn Miss Fanny Waiolina. J Anahn and wife, i Mun den, W G Wood, J K Burkett and wife. Misses Hartwell (2), and about 104 deck For Lahaina, Maalaea, Kona and Kau, per Planter. Aug 12 Rev W A Swan, Kev S II Davis. A H Smith, J Goodman, M Von Hagan, Miss L Kailiahi, II N Greenwell, M ilyinan, C 15 Good man, Uev Father Victor, Uev Father C N It'.tanlt, J N Uobinson, Mrs W A Shipman an 1 3 children, Miss Lizzie Boy, and 95 deck From Maui and Hawaii; per Likelike, Aug 1-S: W G Irwin, H U Macfarlane, Capt J Boss. , From Waimanalo, per Waimanalo, August 1: - Hon J A Cummins, and family. For Mahukona, per Likelike, August 14. Hon S G Wilder, Rt Rev Alfred Willis, Dr R McKibbin, Alex J Cartwriglit. f For San Francisco, per S S Mariposa, August 15 i Miss Ella Wuinwright, Mrs Fergueson, Captain T H Hobron and family, B Samuels, Mr Snook, Win Foster, Mr and Mrs J T Waterhonse, Sr, Henry Waterhonse, John Cassidy, Miss Hirshberg, JF Brown, wife and child, Geo Allen, Mrs J A Hopper and child, Mrs E S Cunlia, J Hinds, Miss Ella Mclnerny. Mr T Long, MKs Donnel!, Rev J M Rice, Captain Ji W Sears, 11 Y Chang, C ii Wells, Mrs J M Cavalry and daughter. H Mclutyre, Geo Mclntyre, Miss M Henshaw, Mrs W II Rice, Bro Feo Nagei, Kaualua (V, II Schllemauc, wife and child, J W Halm, E Ahlmanu, R B Nunes, J Ed words, F A Severen. F Engilage, F II I'owers. Isaac Comick, S Sulenez, A Weuner, 31 Welsh, S H Hart, K J Fretas, H Muller. A Watson and daughter, J Smith and 0 Chinese. From windward ports, per Kinau, Aug. 16-Hon. S. G. Wilder, Rev. W. C. MerrUl and wife, Col. J. Austin, Miis M. A. Chamberlain, E. Muller, G. It. Ewart, Miss Ireland, Miss Mary Ulii, Mrs. Geo. Kepoikai, Mrs. M. Ross, Max Schlemmer, J. J. Morehead, Mr. Hall and 133 deck. From Kahului, per Kilauea. IIou, August 1G Capt. T. H. Hobron, wife and 5 servants. T. W. Hobron, 11. Cornwell, Rosa Manuel, Mrs. Benson and child, A. Barber, Mrs. Batchelor, E. Perry, E. N. Woodward, E, C. Winston, E. W. Walsh, Mrs. Cuthbert, Mrs. G. E. Boardman and 01 deck passengers. From Kauai, per Iwalani, Aug. 17 F. Conradt, F. Z. Stoltzl Jos. M. Poepoe, Mrs. Guerero and child, A. R-icard, W. G. Wood, Louis Titeomb and 183 deck. From Mahukona, per Likelike, Aug. IS Her Majesty Queen Dowager Emma, Prince Albert K. Kunuiakea, lit. Rev. Bishop of Honolulu, Dr. 11. McKibbin, A. J. Cartwright, Sr., Charles Stillman, Miss Lucy Peabody, Mrs. Mary Lewai, Miss Stella Keomailani, MKs Fanny Malulani, Miss Lizzie J Keahilalapoli,Miss Jennie A. Stillman, Miss Helen Stillman, Miss Fanny Markham, Miss Emma Markham. Mis.s Grace Wahineikili, Miss Clio Stuart aud 67 pages. For Kahului, Pukoo and way ports per Likelike, August 18 Capt J Ross, Miss Ella Foster, MIs3 Alice McGowan, J O Carter, Jr, Miss Sadie Carter, Miss Ruth Benson, Rev J Paaluhi and bride, Hiel Kapu and wife, It Fountain, Miss Nellie Fountain, J A Palmer, W F Johnson, J W Ramsey,4 Chinese and about 85 deck passengers. SHIPPING NOTES. The C R Bishop brought 501 bags sugar and 51 bags kalo from Honokaa, Onomea and Paauhau. The Mokolii brought 240 bag3 sugar, 40 gr hides and 32 sacks kalo from Molokai and Lanai via La haina. The bark Caibarien left Tuesday for San Fran cisco with 9JS5 bags sugar and 500 bags rice, weigh ing 1,003,471 lbs, valued at $10, "50 The schr Paualusailed last Tuesday for Hanalei with 20,000 brinks from the Discovery for Prince- vllle Plantation The bktne Ella finished discharging yesterday, and has alreadj receivd 3700 bags sugar; enly live days loading and discharging The Rob Roy . brought 135 bags sugar from Koolau Waimanalo brought 20o bags sugar from Wai manalo. She took Wednesday afternoon to Wai manalo about 5,000 bricks The James Makee brought 1427 bags sugar from Ilanamaulu, and lf0 from Waianae, and 200 bags taro from Kalalau. She made the round trip in 5 days, the quickest trip she ever made. The bktne Discovery finished discharging oi Saturday. She received 2000 bags sugar yester day. She will be the next vessel (of Hackfeld fc Co) on the berth for San Francisco, after the Ella. The little schooner Kapiolani, formerly owned by Mr J F Colburn, has changed hands. She is now owned by the Pacific Navigation Company, and she will hereafter make weekly trips to Waianae. EThe s S Likelike brought 5000 bags sugar from windward ports. The Walmalu brought 100 bags rice and paddy from Koloa, Kauai. The American barkentlne Kitsap, Capt. D Rob inson, arrived in port last Thursday morning, 27 days from Port Townsend, W. T. with 121000 shin gles and 851,512 feet lumber to Messrs. H Hackfeld fc Co. She had very light winds and pleasant wea ther the entire passage. She passed the OSS Ala meda on the 4th, instant at 6 P M, and on the 6th, at 7 P M passed the R M S s Australia. The Leahi brought 1600 bags sugar from Kaiwi lahilahi . The Waioii brought DOG bags sugar from Recipro city Sugar Co, Hana. The Mana brought '.HO bags sugar from Paukaa. The bktne Ella will sail for San Francisco early this week. The OSS Mariposa, Captain II M Hayward, sailed on Friday at noon for San Francisco, carry ing 61 passengers and the following domestic pro ducts: 11,470 bags and 96$ kegs of sugar, 2713 bags of rice, 1775 bunches of bananas, 394 bundles of sugar cane, 22 bun-lies of greon hides, I:) bsxs .f hofc! livw-i. e. Lore of roots :uJ -5 pklf saaJries. weighing about 0V, tons, ?;n .la, total valuation of ! 8.027. CI. The foreign vessels ia port couslst of three Amor- icau barkentines. ! The Manuokawai brought 7 C5 bags sugar from j Ilanamatila. She was hove down on Saturday near the fish market to be cleaned, hie Lehua brought 43 deck, passengers and 2 horses from Maui and Molokai. The Waiehu brought 240 bags sugar and 223 bgs rice from Koolau. The Kilauea Hou brought 17 bags sugar. 5 horse., 23 bags potatoes, and 1 cow from Kahului. i The Kinau brought 4S0 bags sugar. 45 head cf j j cattle, 1 horse, C2 green hides, S halts goat skins, 1 j and 104 pkgs. sundries. The schr. Pohoiki brought 30 cords of firewood j to Messrs. Allen & Robinson, and reports having very heavy seas and rough weather at Puna last j week, during the time she was there she lost one j of her anchors with t'O fathoms chain, and the j other was broken. , I The stmr. Kilauea Hou will sail next week, she will be litted up anew and undergo some necessary repairs ; also, her cabin will be renovated. The Am. bktne. Ella will sail for the const next j Wednesday, with passengers and about V,'i00 saks sugar and 183 bbls". -molasses. The Iwalani brought 720 bags sugar IZo bags barley, It. bags taro, 35 bags pia-, 20 bugs rice, 6. tons, bone meal and 20 hides from Kauai and Nii hau. The KhukaJ brought 320 bags of sugar from Waialua. The Catering brought 205 bags sugar nd 3 IS j bags paddy from Hanalei. ' Capt. Wisebarth, late of the Likelike, took j charge of Xthe Lehua yesterday ,and Capt Lorenzen i lias been promoted to the Captaincy of the Like- j like. j The Likelike sailed at 5 o'clock yesterday even ing for Kahului, Pukoo, Huelo, liana, Kipahulu, and Nun The Lehua sailed yesterday afternoon at C o'clock for the following ports : Paauhau, Kohalalele, Oo kala, Papaikou,Kukaiaa. Laupahoehoe, Hakalau, and Honohinu The dredger was engage 1 yesterday dredging at the new site of the Honolulu Moat and Yacht Club The schr Leahi takes to-day to Messrs Theo H Davies & Co's mill at Kukaiau a boiler from the Honolulu Iron Works, also 2,000 bricks, 10,000 ft lumber, 200 bags flour, 123 bbls lime, 100 bags rice, and 2"0 bags black-sand Free Puffs. A southern paper has established the following rates for puffs : To call a man a progressive citizen" when it is known that he is lazier than a Government mule, $1.75. Referring to a decedbed citizen as' a man whose place will remain unfilled, 1 when we know he was the 4 best poker player in town, S2.17. Calling a female 11 "talented and re lined lady, a valuable acquisition to so ciety," with variations, $1.75. Calling a man a liar during a campaigu to advertise him, 25 cents, with propor tionate reduction if the fight becomes very warm. . lief erring to an old citizen as a 44 relic of antiquity,'7 75 cents. Calling a new-made lawyer 4 a legal light of which the profession should be proud," $1.25. Extra rates will be charged when the party is well known, as it takes more to counteract the influence a long residence is supposed to exert. Parties furnishing their own notices stereotyped, 13 pica ems wide, ready for use, can have 50 per cent reduction on the above rates. Candidates for offices will be charged in proportion to their wealth as a guarantee that their promise to their constituency will be fulfilled. Western Plowman. Komottititis: Else Wanted. A Detroit dealer in windmills had a visitor the other day who looked one of the machines over with a critical eye and asked numerous questions about how long it would last and what it could be expect ed to do. Seemingly satisfied on these points he observed : 44 Well, the price seems to be reasonable enough, and now letTs see what it will cost for a steam engine to drive it. De troit Free Press. Jlrs. Macltey's Jewelry. At the famous ball given by Minister Morton in Paris a few weeks ago," says the Sun, 44 Mrs. Mackay outshone all French or American millionaires by the display that she made of diamonds and precious stones. She wore on this occa sion the famous set of sapphires .which attracted so much attention at the Paris Exhibition in 1878. It is valued at $300, 000, and comprises diadem, bracelets, rings, earrings, and necklace. The pen dant to the latter is composed of one enormous.sapphire of the size of a pigeon's egg, set in large diamonds. But then Mr. Mackay's income averages about $75,000 per mouth, and this is only one among many parnres and sets of precious stones that Mrs. Mackay may call her own. Her jewel chest is valued at $1,000, 000, and is kept iii the vanlt of a Faris banking house. In these days of chang ing fortune one wonders whether wealth like that can last. -.AtJj-iUttiiiil'J'.w. BANKING NOTICE. 1 Mill UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED A Co-partnership under the llrm name of SPRECKKLH & CO. for the purpose of carrying on a general banking and exchange business at Honolulu, and such other places in the Hawaiian Kingdom as may be deemed advisable. (Signed) CLAUS SPRECKELS, (Signed) WM. G. IRWIN, (Signed) F. F. LOW. Honolulu., Jan. 14. 1SS4. Referring to the above, we beg to iufom the business public that we are prepared to make loans, discount approved notes andpurchr.se ex change at the best current rates. Our arrange ments for selling exchange on the principal points in the United states, Europe, China, Japan and Australia are being made, and when perfected due notioe wilt be given. We shaJl aiso be pre pared to receive deposits on open account, make colli-etions and conduct a gcrferal backing and exchange business. (Nigged) ' sPRKCKELS CO. jlylJ&wtf niiomi 5 ? T New booas i Newb NEW GOODS ! Per "City of Paris." AND Various Collection cf rttOM TI1E TO HE OPENED Thursday, July 17tli AT TlIK WAKE ROOMS OF Geo. Macfarlane & Co., BEAVER BLOCK. We desire to call tbe attention of the public to the arrival of our new goods by tbe steamer "City of Paris" from Ixmdon, comprising as large and varied assortment of goods as have ever been imported to this Kingdom, and which will be open for inspection at our salesrooms on Thursday next. We wish particularly to draw atten tiou to' our. very fiue collection of figures and groups, in Parian Marble, consisting of the following subjects: "The Lion Slayer," "Peace and War,' "The Diver." "First Love," "Venus de Milo," "Clytie," "Capital Joke," "End of the Argument," "Can't you Talk?" "Nymph at Bath," &c, &c. Also, to our very fine assortment of vases in bisque China of the most uniaue and beautiful shanes. We wish to draw the especial at tention of the ladies to our particular ly fine collection of Flower Bowls, and Card Receivers, of the finest Bohemian Glass, and also to the Centre Flower Stand.?, which are a particularly fine lot. BRONZES We have Just re ceived some of these fine goods in the following subjects, viz: "Cromwell and Charles I." "Gladiateurs," "Paul and Virginia," etc. One Handsome Bronze Figure, holding Clock above the Plead. CUCKOO CLOCKS These are quite a novelty, and very reason able in price. CARPET RUGS of large and varied patterns and colors, of new and exquisite designs. cement uuu NOVELTIES. EUROPEAN MARKETS, We have also received a large and comprehensive fi?ortment of WIRE BASKF.TS for fern, plants, llower arches, garden seat?, flower pot .stands and bin! cages, and one Roso Temple eleven feet high; we be lieve the first ever imported to this market. A very fine invoice of ElOCtro Platodl Ware. These goods are heavily plated, ard are of the finest quality, and especially suited for presents. Tbe selection consists of butter nfves. pickle forks, sugar lifters, carvers in cases, sardine forks, Arc., &v. a large selection of Silver Jew elry. A particularly choice lot. 2'tco Monster Drawing Room S'crccnslliiu painted by a London artist. The painting of. the screens and the coloring is so faithful to na ture as to be realistic in the extreme. FI LTERS These are particularly worthy of attention, and are hi both stone and glass. These filters secured the prize at the last Exhibition in London, and are strongly recom mended by the medical profession as preventative of Zymotic diseases. Our stock of dry goods, consisting of Victoria nnd printed linen lawns, muslins, ladies' costumes, parasols, linen and cotton sheetings, and other goods too numerous to sj)ecify, are all worthy of attention. G. W :VMm & Co, BEAVER BLOCK, . jyUAlt Honolulu, Iff. I. : , LOVE-i O Y &, CO. DKAIjERH in m iv tt m m r9h ex n Dm .xst not arrai HAVE REMOVED To Ho. 15 KTimanu Street, ( JremlseM formerly occupied by the ' Honolulu Restaurant.") flllHANKING OUR FRIENDS AND T1IE a public for their liberal patron ope in the past, we hope to sllll merit their favor in tbe future, at our new quarters, No. 15 Nuuana (Street. Jly2l dtfcwlm. J. H. BRUITS, Jr., UNDERTAKER Cor. King & B ethel Sts. Cheapest House in the Kingdom. FuneralH attended to with Promptness and Dispatch. Caftfceti of all kinds on hand, and made to order at short notice. K-HEARSE and other appurtenances furnished to order. Lead and Koa Coffins A SPECIALTY. J. H. Bruns, Jr., Cor. King; and Bethel Hin. T Telephone 347. Jy2'84-dly A. W. RICHARDSON & CO. HAVE JUST OPENED THEIR te:w 8TORE IN CAMPBELL'S BLOCK. GENTS' FUKNISHING GOODS In tireat Variety. Ladies' and Gants Soots, Shoes, Etc. JD-OPEN EVENINGS till H o clock. WAT URDA YS till 9 o clock. 1a20-tf EENG- LUN CHUNG & 00. Importers Chinese Fancy Goods All klnda of Sir . Chinese Clothln?, Mattinr. t4o. 7G TJuuanu Street. - mchl2 dCino