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THE DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER
BY AUTHORITY. A Declaration. Whereas. It has been represented to His Majesty's Government that much anxiety has been awakened In the public mind as to the ulti mate redemption of the Treasury sliver certifi cates In United States gold coin; And whereas, the Government has ulready placed on deposit the sum of $33,716.60 (thirty-nine thousand seven hundred and sixteen dollars and sixty cents) as a guarantee for the ultimate re demption of such certificates as were represented by silver, la United States gold coin. TTi Majesty's Ministers, In view of the public interest, and in order to assure all holders of treasury certificates that proper security has been provided for the ultimate redemption thereof in gold coin, have now authorized and requested the Minister of finance to place in the special deposit) In addition to the silver coin therein lying, and representing the face value of the ou muscling certificates not provided for in gold, a sum equal to sixteen per cent on the amount thereof, as a security for the cost of exchanging said silver for gold coin. In accordance with the said authorization and request, the Minister of Finance will pay out of the funds of the Hawaiian Treasury the sum necessary to provide the said guarantee or margin. And whereas, the destruction of the Hawaiian silver coin will necessarily" entail a serious loss to the tax -paying citizens; And whereas, it is impossible to determine how much of the sliver coin should be disposed of to establish an equilibrium of currency, except by actual experience, His Majesty's Government propose to submit the whole question to the next Legislature, leav ing the Assembly to determine whether equilibt iura between the supply of gold and silver coins, and the need for the same respectively in the circula tion oi the country does or does not exist, and also what steps shall be taken to establish such equilibrium if found not to exist, and fer main taining the same lu the future, and how any ex cess of sliver, if found to exist, shall be dealt with.. In the meantime, His Majesty's Government are determined to meet all obligations and to main tain the good credit which the country has always held, and to that end will always hold in . the Treasury the coin necessary to represent in lull all outstanding Treasury certificates. lhae orth Moou UuringFebrnary, 1SS5. IK H. .21 12 2H 05 M. 00 M 2'J I'.sc First Quarter. Full Moon.... Tb 1M wl n ? aud Nettimr of tti Sun. The sun rises to-morrow morning at 0:27 o'clock. The sun, sets this evening at 8:00 o'clock. I'OIIT OF HONOLULU, 11. 1. AUKIVALN. Thursday, February 2. tfchr Rob Roy, from Koolau. Schr Rainbow, from Koolau. Am ship Melrose, from Departure Bay, via .Sun Francisco. DEPARTl'llEM. Thursday. February 2G. Stmr Walmanalo, Nelson, for Waimanaio. Ve.Hxelx I. e j villi Till nay. .Bktne Amelia, Netwhall, for Tort Towuseud. Stmr Mokolil, McGregor, for a circuit of Molo ikal, via I.ahalna and Lanul, at i P. M. Schr Waileie. for Maliko. Uaw schr Kapiolani, Myers, for South Sea Islands. Schr Leahl for Kouauilele. IMPORTS. From Bad Francisco,- per J. D. Spreckels, Feb 28 W G Irwin A Co, 200 bbls lime; F A Scbaefer Jt Co, 356 bales hav, 774 sks bran, 102 sks beans andXOOqr sks Hour; G O Beiger A Co, 20 tanks gasoline and naphtha, J J lowsett, GO bales hay and 33 sks oats; Browne A Saxe, 106 pigs and 2 cows; II K Mclntyre A Bros, 300 bbls sugar; M W McChesney A Chesney A Son, 15 bbls salmoon, and 760 sks feed. Sundries, 25 kegs nails, 599 sks feed, 60 bxs candles, and 40 bxs soap. IA.S.SEXEJtS. ARRIVALS. From, San Francisco, per brgtne J I Spreckels, Feb 26 G W Brown aud II Uelmers. FOltEIUX yESSELS IX PORT. Steamship Alameda, H G Morse, from San Francisco Am bark Forest Queen, from San Fraucisco, Ger bark Meteor, Classen, from Bremen Am bktne Amelia Newhall, from Port Towns end , Am bk Ceylon, Barstow, from Hongkong Am bktne M Wlukleman, Backus, from San Franclsc, -, Am bgtne'J D Spreckels, from San r ranciaco. Am ship Melrose, from Ueparturu Bay VoAHels Exnecteil Irotu Foreign I'ort. P M 3 S City of Sydney. lAm), Dearborn, from the Coloules, due March 15 Steamship City of Tokio Am), Maury, from San Francisco, en route for Yokoliama, due March 7 Am. bktne Eureka, I.ee, from Sau Frauclsco, due March 3. Ara schr Ida Schnauer, from S.ii Francisco, for Kahului, due Feb 27. Haw bgtne Haaard. Goodwin, for Hllo, tine March 10. Brit bark Orient, from Liverpool, due April Haw bark Thos It Foster, from Newcastle, X S W, due Feb 20 Steamship Mount Lebanon, D Maxwell, from Uongkoug, via Yokohama, now due Bark Chasca (Brit), from Liverpool Haw steam-bark Morning Star, Bray, from Bos tan , due Feb 24 Bark Mendota, from New York, due Mar 1-20 Brit bark James G Blaine, trom San Pedro, due f nrf h Am bark C O Whltmore, It Calhouu, from I'or Townsend. due Mar 10 Am tern Eva, from San Francisco, due Mar 1 Am tern Joseph Russ. from Eureka, due Mar i Brit bark Birmah, Witts, from Glasgow, due April 30 Haw schr Jennie Walker, Holland, from Fan ning's Island, due March Am Brgtoe Consuelo, Cousins, from San Fran cisco, due Mar 17 Am bark Amy Turner, Kewe 11, from Hongkong due March. 1 5 Auction Males Announced. TO-DAY E. P. Adams, American bark Ceylon, at Brewer's wharf, at II a. m. TO-MORROW Administrator's sale of the estate of the late Herman Schriever, at at 10 a. m. MARCH 23th E P Adams, homesteads, at sales room, at noon. SHIPPIXO NOTES. The Rainbow brought 600 bags sugar from Keolau. She sails to-morrow. ,The Rob Roy brought 500 bas rice from KooUu. She sails next Monday. The LihoUno will take a locomotive aud some machinery for Kauai. The James Makee will arrive to-day from Ka- pia direct. The American ship Melrose was reported as be log off port yesterday afternoon, but did not make anv appearance until sunset. She Is from De parture Bay, via Sau Francisco, with coal. She will come In to-day. The American brgtne John I). Spreckels, Capt. C. de Frils, sailed from San Francisco on the 11th Oi February with a cargo of general merchandise, 193 bogs and 2 cows on deck, first day out had strong NW winds; next two flays had fre.-Ji NE and E winds, then strong SE f-r two days; next four days light SW and westerly winds, with heavy squalls and much rain; then fresh easterly winds. Sighted Molckai February 21th. Thence to port had light baffling winds and calms. Time, 14 days and 20 hours. I'olire Conn. BEFORE POLICE JUSTICE blCKKUToN. Thursday, Feb. 2G. Kapua, Kamuela, Kuu, Kale, and Lono were complained of by the Chinese pro prietors of a chicken ranch near tow n for stealing a chicken, and then lx;atiu the two chicken-dealers with a club. The Chinamen swore steadf-intly t the above statement, but, upon investigation, it turned out that the five defendants had not taken any chicken or other property of the Chinamen; but, while fishing for goldrfish in a pond near the fowl-farm, were driven away by the complainants. They were, therefore, discharged. AN OPIUM SM0KEK. Ah Lae, arrested for having opium in hi8 possession, denied the charge ; but, it being proven that ho not only had it, but was caught smoking it, he was fined $50, and sentenced to one month's imprisonment with hard labor. A CHINESE GAMBLER. Chin Y Yung, charged on the 21st with gambling, was brought upon a remand from that date. Two Chinamen testified to his being a regular ' Chu Faa " (gambler), and that they had lost the one $5 and the other $20 iu his den. They also swore they had won trifling sums, which Yung refused to pay. Another Chinaman swore to Yung having given him $20 to get him to induce his friends not to appear against him. All that the defendant had to say was that those who had testified against him were " Pcntee " people -presumably hostile to him. His Honor remanded the accused for judg ment until the 27th. lVedUIns Bells. Last evening, at half-past 7 o'clock, in Fort Street Church. Mr. Thomas Southwick, who is in the employ of the Fawaa Dairy, and Miss Anna J. Breese, were made man aud wife,' the Rev. J. A. Cruzan officiating at the marriage ceremony. The church was prettily decorated for the occasion,, Mrs. R. W. Laine, who superin tended the work, showing great taste in the arrangement of the floral arches which were thrown across the central aisle, and in the trimming of the choir-gallery and pulpit platform. A floral wicket was placed across the main aisle, and at the hour previously announced, to the sound of a brilliant organ-voluntary by Mr. Myron Jones, the bridal party, con sisting of three groomsmen and bridesmaid, followed by the bride and groom, moved up the aisle, passed through the wicket, and standing beneath the pretty marriage-bell of roses, were made husband and wife. At the conclusion of the ceremony, the happy pair received the congratulations and good wishes of their many friends in the lecture-room of the church. The fair bride has long been known here through her quiet, persevering work as City Missionary, and her many friends sincerely hope that, as Mrs. Southwick, she may still find time to carry on the good work with which she has become identified. Judge McCully's New Mansion. " Mr. George W. Lincoln has just completed a handsome and comfortable dwelling for Associate Justice L. McCully at Pawaa-on- the-Plains. The architect has grouped two or three one-story structures, which for merly stood detached upon the grounds. around a new two-story building, making. of the whole a very picturesque and home-like dwelling. The ceilings of the parior, study and dining rooms are deeply paneled, and the finish of the house throughout is thorough aud in excellent taste. The plumbing work, range, electric bells, gas fittings and sky lights, besides much of the material used for decorative purposes, were imported by Judge McCully from New York. The design of the house, as finished, however, is Mr. Lincoln's. The cost of the alterations and new building is almost $8,000, while the house, as it stands, is worth at least $15,000. The surroundings of this elegant mansion are very attractive, standing, as it does, in a fine lawn, deeply shaded by trees. The house does credit to the good taste of the designer and architect. The work has been done iu a thorough manner throughout. Exhibition of Iaiu tiii. This evening there will be a second exhi bition of paintings by Mr. Jules Tavernier and Mr, Joseph D. Strong, iu the parlors of the Hawaiian Hotel, at eight o'clock. The Royal Hawaiian band will be in attendance, and perform the following programme: PART I. March, " Straight Forward," Unrath Overture, "Frolicsome Students," ..Suppe Waltz, "Laura," Millocker " Reminiscences of Bellini " ........ Godfrey PAKT II. " Reminiscences of Offenbach," Conradi Waltz, "Sweethearts," Albert Cavatina, "The Martyrs," Donizetti Tolka, " Little Pouting Face," Faust " Ahi Wela." " Hawaii Fonoi." A repetition of the treat afforded the pub lic on the occasion of the exhibition of the Burning Lake of Kilauea picture may be anticipated, and all who can ought to view these wonderful works of art. Destruction of Trees on Government Laud. v Mr. Montana, who is planting bananas quite extensively in Nuuanu Valley, reports that there is but little water in the stream from which the tare patches are irrigated. The bananas depend for moisture on the rainfall, which is generally abundant. Mr. Montana also states that Chinamen who have leased small patches of land high up in the valley from private parties, are cut ting the koa trees on land near them be longing to the Government. If allewed to go on with this work, it will not be long be fore the hillsides, which are now covered with a fine forest, will bj bare aud dry. This destruction of trees upon Government land should be stopped at once. Mr. E. P. Adams will sell, this morning, at 11 o'clock, the American bark Ceylon, now lying at Brewer's wharf. LOCAL AND GENERAL. The ttock lately disposed of by Mr. S. I Xott to the Pacific Hardware Co. has been j rfni'iv-.l from Mr. Nott's store to Messrs. j D:Hiii-;!m A Co.'s. I Ti.i f .iiier.il of the late Mrs. John Macrooa tuc-k i Uce yesterday afternoon from the B.ti.tl Church, of which the deceased has Lccii a an. ruber for some vears. 3Ir. 1 A. Schaefer has had an ornamental iron f'-nce, with a brick base, placed around hi residence in Nuuanu Valley. The work was done by Mr. George Lucaa. The supply of water in the reservoir for the use of the city is daily growing less, and economy iu its use is the duty of all. There is nu water now flowing over Kapena Falls. The wires of the Mutual Telephone Com pany are now stretched from the cable, at the foot -f South street, through to King street. Tli.- company expect to open their ofUce April 1st. Mr. Davidson, f the Survey Bureau, was busied taking some measurements around the burned lot on the corner of Fort aud Hotel t- Jrt-et.4. . :.-r.l.-.y, with a. vie r 'to the widening of ii.i.-.-e r-.rTi.eis. Mr. E. P. Adams held his regular weekly auction sale at his rooms yesterday. A mis cellaneous lot of goods, including groceries, dry goods and small retailers' stock, were disposed of in small lots at medium prices. As soon as the necessary notices can be given to fishermen and others, there will be artillery practice at targets, already placed on the reef. Shot and shell will be fired. The new guns now at the barracks will be used for practice. The Alameda sails to-morrow at noon, sharp, the mail at the postoffice closing at 10 o'clock, and the "late letter bag" at 11:30 a.m. Stamp and direct your letters before dropping them into the office. Soma forget to do so. Mr. Adams will sell, at noon to-morrow, some valuable property belonging to the estate of the late Hermann Schreiver. The homestead is situated in Nuuanu valley, a desirable lot on King street, and a piece of taro land at Kaukahoku, near the city. Claims against the bankrupt estate of A. W. Richardson fc Co., to the amount of $11, CSG 40, were proved bofore Justice Austin yesterday, in the Supreme Court. Messrs. W. C. Parke and George W. Smith were elected assignees. Tiie new issue of Hawaiian postoffice stamps of the value of ten cents is of a light brown color. It is probable that after they come into use, for awhile at least, letters and papers upon which they are affixed will reach their destination minus the stamp, as is always the case when a new issue is first used. The little schooner . Kapiolani, Myers, master, will probably sail to-day on a trad ing voyage to the Gilbert Islands (which,, it may be remarked, - are not iu the " South Seas"). The Kapiolani is only 12 tons register, but is a very handy vessel to work amongst the coral lagoons of the group to which she is bound. . Mr. George Lucas has taken the contract for replacing the sheets of plate glass in the windows of the Hotel-street front of Goo Kim's store, which were cracked by the heat from the opposite buildings iu the fire of January 21st. Each plate will bo 6 by 8 feet, and cost about $100. They are to be replaced at the cost of the Liverpool, London and Globe Insurance Company, with whom the building is insured. ? Passenger by the Alameda. - Up to 5 p. m. yesterday the following pas sengers were booked to leave by the Ala meda: Professor Agassiz, A J Cartwright, Jr, and wife, Miss Ida Sceley, C C Ilariing, G M Hortou, F A Newall. S F Whitehouse, A T Smith, Mr Washburn and wife, Miss A Prescott, Mrs S II Parsons, S Alden, Mrs R S Rush, Mrs A S Spaulding, Mrs S A Smith, J Eddy aud wife, Miss Emerick, D N John sou, Mrs Neumann, two children and nurse, Capt J F Smith, Miss V L Gilliland, L C Able3 and wife, Mrs II W Millard, Mrs K Mills, E C Medau, H Center, J Wight, Jr, II K Belden, Mrs and Miss Krug; S Sohrlick, J B Nichols. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. By order of Jt. K. Ulade, Administrator of th Instate of Herman Schriever, deceased, I will sell at Public Auction, on Saturday, February 28th, At 12 o'clock noon, at my Salesroom, THAT CERTAIN VALUABLE PIECE OF LAND, Iu Xuunun . Valley. With the buildings and improvements thereon, opposite to Queen Km ma's, aud well known as the Schriever Homestead," containing an area of 4 U-100 acres, as per Koyal I'atent 72. The pleasant aituatiou of this property, aud its healthy locality, makes it valuable for a residence or country home for the warm weather. Also, That Valuable Piece of Land OX KIXO STREET, . Adjoining the Bethel, and formerly occupied by J. Welk, with the buildings and improvements thereon, containing an area of 64 fatuonis and 27 feet, more or less, as per Itoyal Patent 2S8. Also, Tue JLease or thaf Certain PIECE OF KAL0 LAND, At Kaukahoku, Honolulu, Oahu, For the term of one year, with the privilege of renewal. Deeds at expense of purchaser. E. 1. AHAMS, 552 fu2S Auctioneer. FOR SALE AT AUCTION. This Day, February 27tli, At 11 o'clock a. m., at Brewer's Wharf, Tbe American BARK ;' 0EYL0N," Of Boston, will be offered for sale The Ceylon is C4t tons register, will carry 850 tons dead weight, -she is a good sailer, and has a good luventory on board; has two suits of sails; well fitted with ANCHORS, CHAINS AND BOATS. K. 1. ADAMS, 551 f27 Auctioneer. TVTATTj notice. rpiIK. MATL BV THK STEAMSHIP " ALA J ilEDA" will close at the Postoffice At 10 A. M.. To day, Feb. 2Sth, 1. A LATE LETTER BAG will be kept opn till 1 1:30 A.M. to receive lat letters, on which an addi tional fee of FIVJS CENTM EACH LETTJfii must be paid. Letters for REGISTRATION wUl ba re ceived till 9 o'clock on Saturday. BriT Persons mailing correspondence on - tbe morning of the steamer's departure arc requested to stamp all letters before posting them. II. M. WIIITXEY, P. m. a. Postoffice. Honolulu, Feb. 26. 1335. 5S feS7 FOR SAN FRANCISCO THE FAVORITE BRIGANTINE JOHN D. SPRECKELS, FRIIS - .Mater. Will have quSe.lt despatch for the above port. For freicht or pawe apply to 554 tf j. W. O. IRWIN CO. "Cordon Rouge" 1MDMI.M extradry Dnvvco-irrJA I 'jiin... ftw- ftORfAIIQH 84423 'CSS G. W. MACFARLANE & CO., Cor. Fort fit Queen Sts., HONOLULU, H. I. Sole Agrents.for this Favorite Brand of O I J A. M jP A GUV JE. 4C9 tf A w P ARTNEE SHIP K0TICE. THE UXDKESroNED HAVE THIS DAY formed a partnership, under the firm name f suRRKNSOX A LVLE, for the purpose of leasing and operating the Honolulu Marina. Railway, And carrying on u general shipwright business. THOS. SORRENSON, JAMES LYLE. Honolulu, February 21, 1835. 550 mart OFFICE OF J. E. WISEMAN. ESTABLISHED IN 1879. DEPARTMENTS. Employment a a ext. llfk issirancb Agknt, Firk Insurance Agkxt, Railroad Aoext, Advertising Agkxt, and (Jexkbal business a6kkt. also, custom IlortiE Broker. Money Broker AND HOl'SK BROKER. Campbell's Fireproof Building, 28 MERCHANT STREET-! EtfKr.iL8- Honolnla H. I. WISEMAN .Buys and Sells Real Estate. WISEMAN Leases and Keats Property of all amus. WISEMAN Collects Rents. Pays and Discharges. Takes Insurances, and attends generally to Property Owners' interests. WISEMAN Is the only recognized Passenger Agent for the noted Chicago, Burliugton and Quincy Itoute. WISEMAN. Attends to Custom House Business; Enters Goods, Discharges Freight and Duty Bills, and Delivers , same. WISEMAN Finds Employment for all seeking worK on the islands. WISEMAN, Attends to Books and Accounts: the Distribution of Quarterly Bills and collects the same. WISEMAN Loans Money on good Ileal Estate Security. WISEMAN Insures your Life and protects you in Losses by Fire In the best Companies In the World. WISEMAN Is known t be the only standing General Business Agent on the Hawaiian Islands. WISEMAN Answers all Correspondence of every Business nature. WISEMAN Receives orders of every descrlpitoa from tne anous islands, and attends to Shipments Promptly. WISEMAN 'S oflice is conducted on Sound Busi ness Principles, and all Patrons find him Energetic and Attentive to their business wants. Give Wiseman a Call 393-tf AUCTION SALE. t i r l ti faiitinil Hon By order Of HENRT R. MACFARLANE, ESQ.. I will offer at Public Auction, 9 A an iUtl A 12 'clock, coon, at my Salesroom, UNLESS PREVIOUSLY DISPOSED OF AT PRIVATE SALE. Toom Splendid Lots on the Corner or Berelanla and Pllkol Sts, Subdivided as follows iato House LoU, aud at the following upset prices, from which thore can be no variation: Lot 1100 feet by 150 feet. Beret,niaStret. Upset price, $1500. Lot 2100 feet by 150 feet, Kinau Street. Upset price, $1200. Lot 8 100 feet by 150 feet. Beretania Street. Upet price, $1400. Lot 4100 feet by 150 feet. Kinau Street. Upset price. $1100. Lot 5100 feet by 150 feet, Beretania Street. Upset price, $1400. Lot 6100 feet by 150 feet, Kinau Street. Upset price, $lll)u. Lot 7100 fe?t by 300 feet, with the build ings thereon. Upset price, $2400. Lot 8100 feet by 150 feet, Beretania Street. Upset priee, $1250. Lot 9100 feet by 150 feet, Tonng Street. Upset Price, $300. Lot 10100 feet by 150 feet, Beretania Street. Upset price, $1250. Lot 11 100 feet by 150 feet. Young Street. Upset price, $900. The upper lots were purchased by Mr. Macfarlane for a residence, and for the pur pose of improvement, it has had great care and cultivation, so that at present it is well covered by a large variety of trees, as well as a choice collection of plants and flowers, all in bloou. Among the fruit and shade trees will be found the Traveler's Tree, the Royal Palm, the Wine Palm, the Lemon Tree, the lan Palm, the Cocoanut, the Japanese Orange, the Ponciana Begia, the Mandarin Orange, the lug Tree, the Alligator Pear, the Alger- oba and others. Iu Hoses and Flowers there are a great variety, which must be seen to be appreciated. Water pipes are laid on in each of Lots Nos. 1 to 7, inclusive, and 50 feet of hose will reach any part of them. These lots are situated just in the centre of the Kalaokahua Plains, on the principal street leading from Honolulu, and are within twenty minutes' walk from town, as well as being upon the omnibus route to Punahou. I shall offer them on very favorable terms for purchasers, namely: One-Fourth Cash, arid balance in equal payments of one, two, three and four years, with interest at per eent, secured by mortgage. This division of payments, and low rates of interest, allows one for a comparatively small sum annualjy paid for four years, to become the owner of a beautiful homestead lot Parties desiring lots must make early ap plication, as we shall sell at private sale to those who first apply. Plans of the property can b; seen at ray office. Deed at Purchasers Expense. E. P. ADAMS, 509 mar2t Auctioneer. EUBEKA ! We have received a consignment of the most Economical and Valuable Feed for all kinds of Stock, viz.: COOKED LINSEED MEAL. It is the greatest Flesh former, Milk and Butter producer in use. Oil Cake Meal shows about 27 per rent, of nu tritive matter; this nearly 39 per cent. 100 B3. ol this meal Ls equal to 300 Bs. of oats, or 3IS Ss. of corn, or to 767 Bs. of wheat bran. For Sale in Lots to Suit. Also, out Unrivalled MIXED FEED, as well as our usual supply of the best kinds of Hay, Oats, Wheat, Corn, Etc., Etc. LAINE fc CO. 373 tf C. BIEKS & CO.. 53 HIGH STREET. ham, London, S. E. Colonial jVIer chants. Indents executedfor all kinds of English and Continental Goods, against Bank Credits or Produce, facilities for drawing against the latter. Agencies accepted at 24 per cent on net amount of manufacturer's invoices, including cash discounts varying from H to 3 per cent. Purchases in im orter's own time. Twenty years' buying experience for export. reference: Continental Bank, 79 Lombard Stroet, E. C. 4C5 ap2 . PUBLIC NOTICE. . t MB. JOIIN A. PALMER will collect all Bills aud Accounts due the Pacific Commercial Advkbtiser, both for Subscriptions and Adver tising:, up to January 31st, 1885. o05-m7few E. C. MACFARLANE A CO. SECTIONAL MAP OF HONOLULU, OHOWIXO BUILDINGS, WATER-PIPES, O Lamp-posts, Hydrants, etc., on a large scale All parts drawn accurately to scale. Copies for sale by M. D. MOXSARRAT, 330 d&wtf "Gazette" Building. SfltiiPfm i r l on lit 11 MUIU1 uu 3dwtisemcnts. CTGKAJRS ! I have received a lot of cigars of various brauds,' various qualities, and various prices, to suit the tastes and pockets of every smoker. Also, n Katunl Lot ol CIGARETTES. Iucludin- the "Pet." Taswy," "Full Dress, and several other brands, all of w hich I will b happy to sell to my friends only beraus they are too food tor U public at Urge. MARCHAIIT. 443 f2S wmarlO Money to Loan ON GOOD PROPERTY SECURITY, STOCKS Bonds, etc. Apply to M. THOMPSON, Attorney-at-Law, Cor. Fort and Msrcba&t Sts., Honolulu, H.I. S39tf Offices to Rent. THE LARGE AND AIRY UPSTAIR OP. flees in tbe Spreckels Block, Just completed! on Fort street, are now offered for rent. For terms apply to J. E. WISEMAN. General Business Agent. 12 marll or WM. G. IRWIN A CO. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP U THE NEW AND ELEGANT STEAMSHIPS ;MARIP0SA, & 'ALAMEDA WUl leave Honolulu and San Francisco on the FIRST and FIFTEENTH ot each month. PASSENGERS may have their names booked in advance by applying at the office of the Agents. PASSENGERS by this line are hereby notified that they will be allowed 250 pounds of baggage FREE by the Overland Railway when traveling East. EXCURSION TICKETS for round trip. .125. Good to return by any of the Company's steamers withlq ninety days. MERCHANDISE Intended for shipment by this Ine will be received free of charge, in the Com- n&nv'a new warehouse, and receipts isssed for same. Insurance on merchandise In the w e use will be at owners' risk. WILLIAM O. IK WIN A CO.. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CO TIME TABLE. PACIFIC MAIL S.S. CO. For Sau Frtnoiaeo City of Sydney On or about March 15. For Auckland aud Sydney i Zealandia On or about March 11. 383-tfwtf . .. . ' UNION FEED CO.,. Queen - Edinburgh. Streets, WHOLKSALK A BKTAIZt - Dealers ln II AY AND OBAIN, Telephone No. 175. Goods delivered promptly. Island Order Solicited. 561U at Bazaar. By Jack Malone, he by Lexing ton. 1st dam Ivy Leaf, by Imp. Australian; 2nd dam, Bay Flower, by Lexington; 3rd dam. Bay Leaf, by Imp. Yorkshire; 4th dam. Imp. Maria Black, br Philo da Puiah, Terms, 84 O tor the Season. j etc., etc. it General Garfield. By California, he by Monday. 1st dam. Queen, bv Norfolk? 2nd Terms, $40 or the Season. dam Duces, by Bulwer. tt or extendea peaigroe see ' Brace's Stud Book, 3rd volume. ansford,Jr Terms, $40 for tbe Season. Payable at time of Service. By Langford, be by Belmout. 1st dam Flora, by Cosmo; 2nd dam, Fanny Harper, by Grey Eagle; ard dam, Julia Ann, by Medoc; 4th dam, by Imp. Sagle; 5th dam, by GalUtan, etc., etc. ALSO, THE CANADIAN CLYDE, TT 1 TtiM OUiUU Axuaa7jrt Terms, $30. Mares not proving la foal can be returned next Season to the above horses free of charge. For further particulars apply to E. R. MILES, Or C. W. MACFARXAITE. HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLES. 402 tf "Excelsior" Ice Creain Can now be obtained at the Astor House Dining Rooms. Open until 10 o'clock Every Night. 5:0 maris ANNUAL MEETING-. THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF the stockholders of the Itawal loa Ranch Co. will be held at the office of Messrs. Bishop A Co., on Friday, February 27th, at 3 o'clock f,m, 515 le27 J. H. FISHEB, Secretary, Stallions MarsMeU GRAHAM PAPER COMPANY. St. Iml, Mo. Manufacture and Supply all kinds of Iloofc. Xei, Flat and Ijbel lHiMr, Hinder )Urd, Tmlites, Etc. W. G. RICHARD SON RES I PENT AGENT. . . ' Ti 03 Lldorfr Street. Telephone No. 47. SAN FRANCISCO. N. B.Spccial Attention Ktvu to Large Contract 474 tlaw P. P. GRAY, M.D., : PIIYSICIAN AN1 Sl'RUEOX, Office next door to the HOXOLCLU LIBRARY to 10 A.M. 2 to 4 P.M. 7 to S P.M. Orncs noens Sundays to 11 A.M. RESIDENCE Cor. ICluan and Pensaeola Sts. 531 nyl7 Cl'l'REMG (OI RT OF THE IIAWA O HAN ISLANDS. At C hambers. In the matter of the bankruptcy of AIAtT (or LAU KOO.N YAl'l. Before Mr. Justice McCully. A I A V (or I,a U KOON YAC) doing business as a merchant in Honolulu, and as a rice grower at Kalauao. In Ea. Inland of Oahu. having this day been adjudicated bankrupt on bis own petition. It Is hereby ordered that all creditors of said bank. rapt come In and prove their claims before tne, at my Chambers, u Honolulu, on Saturday, Feb. 2, 1S3. At 10 o'clock A-M. AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that at 12 o'clock of said day the creditors do proceed to hold an ELECTION of an asslgueo or assignees et said bankrupt estate, and that notice hereof be pub. lished dally In the P. C. Advertise and 'Dally Bulletin, and once In the Hawaiian Gazette,' newspuptrs. Dated, Honolulu, Feb. 20, 1835. -LAWRENCE McCULLY, j Justice Supreme Court. Attest; Hkmy Smith, Deputy Clerk. MS ttlt NOTICE. ON AND AFTER THIM DATE ALL OUR accounts will be rendered monthly I nut pad of quarterly, as heretofore. tt. J. LJSVET Honolulu, Feb. Ind, 1S85. 497 tf CONOVER BROS'.B PIANOS, 105 EAST 14TH ST., NEW YORK. The most artistic Upright Pianos ever produced, both for quality of tone and wonderful and elutlo actions. The coming upright pianos of the world. Bend for Illustrated catalogue, description and prices to - ' s. P. W. NPENCEIt CO., Pacific Coast Agents, 23 and 25 Fifth Street. SAN FRANCISCO. 475 tfw FOR S A. JL JZl THE Honolulu Alinanap AND DIEECTOEY. AN OFFICIAL AND Business Directory of Honolulu, TOGETHER WITH FELL Statistical k General Information Delating- to the Haw'n Island. For Sale by J.M.Oat, Jr.. & Co AND AT The P.C. Advertiser Oflice. PRICE, FIFTY CTS. PER COPY Honolulu, January 27, 1S5. Furniture, Bedding, AND CARPETS, The Finest and Best Selection on the I'aclflc Coast. All of Eastern and Foreign Make, and Latest Design. OFFERS AT LOW FIGURE3. Jos. Fredericks & Co., 619 and 651 Marke St., HAN FKANCIHCO 478 p25i.w Fl'IlNVillED ROOMS. i GENTLEMEN ItEQCIItING A OOMTOKT able home will find one at No. 4 GARDEN LANE. Terms Moderate. NOTICE. rpHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE INTEE I iMland tsteam Navigation Company (Limited) will be held March 3d, at 10 o'clock a. M., at their office on Esplanade. J. ENA, - Mini) Hcretary. All Bills due the Arm of CIIAS. J. FISIIEL must be p&ld prior to March 1st, otherwise they will be placed In tbe hands of a collector with au thorlty to enforce payment. Office at llyman Bros., Queen street. jry Hymnn Eros, receipt will be sufficient. 63Tl23 C. J. FISIIEL.