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THE iAILi ACiFIC COMAIEKCIAL ADVERTISER.
Phase of the Moou DuniiK May 1SS3. I. 13 H. 4 M. 45 A. M New Moon. The KlNiiis Settins of the Sun The hu ii riss to-morrow morning at 5:20 o'clock The sua Bets this evening at 6:32 o'clock. POUT OF HONOLULU, II. I. ARRIVALS. Thcmday, May 21. .Stair Mokolii, McGregor, from a circuit of Molo leal, via Lahalna and L&n&i. Stmr KapUlani, from Ewa. Schr Emma, from Olowalu, Maui Schr Mokuola, from Ewa ttchr Josephine, from Ewa Schr Mile Morris, from Molokal DEPARTURES. Thcrsay, May 21. Schr Mokuola, for Ewa Schr Josephine for Ewa. Bchr Waioli, for Malik Schr W allele, for Maliko. Vessel Leavliiff This Day. htmr James Makee, Weir, for Kapaa, Kauai, rlirt or n m Stmr Kilauea llou, Weisbartb, for all ports of Hawaii from Paauhau to Onomea, at 4 p.m. Stair Mokolii, McGregor, for a circuit of Molo kal, via Lahalna and I.anai, at 5 p. m. Bark Forest Queen (Am;, Nillson, for Han Fran cisco, at 11 a. m 8 hr Malolo. fr Papaikon and Hll Schr Fohoikt for Puna Schr Mile Morris, for Molokai VeMeUExperleil rroiu Forelffti Port. O fc O N S City of Tokio (Am), Maury, from Vokahama, Japan, due June 9 Steamer James I Dowsett (Ha-wj, Smith, lrom ttau Francisco, due May 22-25 Steamship Alameda (Am.), II. O. Morse, lrom Man Francisco, due May 22d. Am bark Amy Turner, .Newell, from lioston, due July 20-25 Schr Jennie Walker Hawj, Anderson, from Fanning'a Island, due May 25-38 Brit bark Orlente, Hushes, from Liverpool, due May 20 Am lktne Mary Winkelmau, Bachus, from tau I'rancLsco, due May 2530 Brit bark Tycoon, from Sydney, due May 2530 Brit bark Jupiter, from Liverpool, due July 110 VK.SSKJ.S ONERDCIC. Am bark Autumn, from Newcastle, N S W, due May 510 , . . Bark CO Whitmore (Am), Calhoun, from Tort Townsend, due April 27-30 Bark Chasca (Brit;, from Liverpool, due April '0-15 Brit bark James G Blaine, lrom San Pedro, due March Brit baric Birmah, Wlltc, from Glasgow, due April 30 FOKEIUX VESSELS 1ST PORT. Bgtne W U Irwin (Am;, II N Turner, from San Francisco Bark Ceylon (Am), Barstow, from Departure Kay Am bktne Eureka, J. Lee, from Han iranciaco. Bark Forest Queen (Am), Neilsou, from San Francisco BarkThos R Foster (Ilawj, Rug?, from New rastle, N S W . , Bark Mendota. W F Nash, from Isew "York PASNE.VUEUS. AKKIVALS. ' From Kalawao, Molokal, per Mokolii, May 21 Mr Weed and wife, and 35 deck passengers. SIIIPPIXU NOTES. The tug Eleu wa hauled on the marine railway on the 2lt to be cleaned. The steamer Mokolii brought 10 head cattle, 60 sheep and 7 pigs from Molokal on the 2 1st. The schooner Mile Morris brought 21 green hides and 200 sheep skins from Molokal on the 2 1st. The Hawaiian brigantlue Hazard, Captain Good man, was to leave San Francisco forHiloonthe Iltb instant. The steamer Kilauea llou will take some ma chinery lo Mahukona this trip ; thence she will proceed oulier usual route. The schooner Emma arrived on the 21st from Olowalu, Maui, with 1.500 bags sugar, which were transferred to the W. O. Irwin. The schooner Mokuola brought 20 bags rice from Ewa on the 21st, and the schooner Josephine 200 bags paddy. The bark Meudota will sail to-morrow with about 13,200 bags sugar for Kan Francisco. The shipwrights were busy lo caulking her above the water line. No figure-head has yet been replaced for the old one which was washed away while passing arouud Cape Horn during her downward voyage. " MESSRS. BROWN & CO. 5en BuMi Premise Being? Erected by Thtui. Something over twenty years ago the Urge atone building on the corner of Kaa Uuraanu and Merchant streets, now occu pied by F. A. Schaefer & Co., was con nected by a stone wall with the corner of tbu alley-way that rnn from Merchant to Queen street, opposite Bethel street. Mr. Thomas Spencer, then doing business as a hip chandler on Queen street, put up a shed roof from the inside face of this wall, and imed the building thus made as a store house. Afterwards Mr. Frank Brown pur chased the lot on which the shed stood, and has occupied it ever since. During the present week the old building has been torn down to make room for a brick or stone building that Brown A Co. iuteud putting np. Just at present, to en able them to carry on their larcje business as wholesale ' dealers 'in wines and liquors, they iutcnd t; move forward on to the line of Merchant street the wooden building now standing back on the l..t. When this is done a brick party wall will be run across the tear of th'- lot, and ftit.-jlher i: on the east Hide, parallel iib llie hish wall of tm? new Tolice ?! ::;,,, Thu spaco thus enclosed will be .....frj u r iiU" way up the lot with corrn uuu, (ii ju:kir a warehouse in which Jir-.wu c;tu siora their largo importa ltiuiis of choice wines, fiije liquors and favi.iUc Lvands of beer. The buildings to be erected will complete the line of fire-proof structures on Merchant street from Kaahumanu street to the west side of the new Police Station. In the tem porary office of Brown & Co., that will be placed on the Merchant street front for the present, the firm will haTO convenient quarters, while the store-room at the back will enable them to display their goods to advantage. Notwithstanding the fact that the tearing down and building that is now going on is quite a job, the business of the firm goes on as usual, all orders being filled as promptly and satisfactorily as ever. The wash-out at the second bridge in luuaou valley is being repaired, and care will bo takei now to prevent a land slip at ihe'samo place, in the event of another ieavy rain. Shortly before 10 o'clock lajst evening au .larm of fire was sounded from No. 4 ngieji0use. The firemen had their ap jjaratna out ry quickly, but as the alarm was not kept up, and nobody seemed to know who started it, or for what district, the machines were rolled into their houses again. OPIUM SMUGGLING. Iruiortant Seiznre of Snmssled Opium by the Marshal. Yesterday morning, Marshal Soper, acting upon information given him, visited a ware house on the Esplanade, rented by a China man, and seized the goods comprised in an invoice shipped to these islands by the brig W. O. Irwin. This invoice called for 13 H barrels butter, 10 barrels and 10 cans salmon, 5 keg3 sundries, 119 packages groceries and 3 boxes milk. The good3 were marked "C. W. K., Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands," and had been landed the previous day, the proper papers being signed "Chun Win Kee" by Lan Chong. of the well-known firm of Wing Wo Tai Company, doing busi ness on Nuuanu street. Prior to the seizure of the goods, fourteen of the eighteen packages purporting to be butter, had been removed from the ware house of which the Chinese lessees had the key. The balance of the invoice was taken to the Station House and there examined. The remaining four kegs of "butter" were found to be filled with tins of opium. In each keg were four round fiat tin cases, and around them was packed a quantity of sticky yellow clay, such as is found around the Presidio, near San Francisco. Each tin on being opened, was found to be filled with cans of opium. There were 363 cans all told, weighing in the aggregate 184 pounds. Immediately after the seizure Mr. Lan Chong, who signed the Custom House clear ances, was arrested on the charge of at tempting to import opium into the Kingdom, and crave bail in the amount of $1,000 to ap pear this morning at the Tolice Court. His bondsmen are Messrs. Freeth fc Peacock. WHAT THE DETECTIVE SATS. Believing that some special light might be thrown on this matter by the detective who effected the capture, he wa3 interviewed by a representative of the Advertiser. Captain O'Connor said: On the W. O. Irwin yesterday about 150 cases arrived to the address of "C. W. K." The agent of Wing Wo Tai went down to the Custom House, signed the clearance, took the cases away and stored them in Wilder's ware house. I was present on the wharf watch ing for another address which I expected. At a late hour last night I found out that the address and mark had been changed before leaving San Francisco. This morning I went and informed Marshal Soper, who had search warrants issued. I went and watched the warehouse the goods were stored in, when Wing Wo Tai's agent came down and asked me what I was doing there. He said he was very glad to hear that I had beeu made Captain, and added: "You are not a de tective now. What were you looking at those brands for?" referring to sacks of barley. I said I was looking for the pnr- cels marked "C. W. K.," which Wing Wo Tai took away from the vessel yesterday. He said: "I suppose there is something wrong." I Baid: "Yes, and I am going to take them." He said: "Well, you are a poor man. Come up to Chow mng -h.ee, who owns half the goods, and I own the other half, and he will settle with you." I then called over a man and told him to take charge of the warehouse, with instruc tions, till I returned. We got into a car riage. He wanted to go oy ueretania street and not go through the city. I drove him traight to the Police Station, and procured the service of the Chinese policeman. Went and found Marshal Soper. We all went to the warehouse. The Chinese agent pulled a lot of letters out of his pocket and tore them up quick. We secured the fragments. The Marshal went in 'search of Mr. Wilder, and with his permission we entered the warehouse. I pointed out four casks marked "butter," and told Marshal Soper that there were eighty tins of opium in each cask. The Chinese agent was present. Marshal Soper opened the casks, and found 97 tins opium in the hrst one. There were 300 tins, all told, in the four casks, of the first quality of opium. This was not nearly all the lot. There were about 100 cases additional acknowl- dsed as Groceries, salmon, lard, etc., of which the Marshal took charge and had re moved to the Police Office." The seizure wat made at about 10 o'clock yesterday morning, the consignees having taken away 200 or more tins on Wednesday evening and early yesterday morning. Police Conn. BEFORE POLICE JUSTICE BICKEHTON. Thursday, May 21st. Ah Man and Ah Pan, charged with dis orderly conduct, pleaded not guilty. They were proved to have made a disturbance in a dwelling-house, and to have used bad language, and were each sentenced to 48 hours' imprisonment with hard labor, and to pay f 1 10 costs each. In the case of Yee Ying Yuen, Mock Chum and Leum Tuck Kee, charged with having opium in possession, a nolle pros, was en tered in the case of the first two. Leum Tuck Kee pleaded not guilty, and after hearing evidence was discharged. Harry Holi, charged with forging G. Markbam's name to an order for liquor on James Dodd, was remanded uniil the 23d instant. Ang Gow pleaded guilty t assault and battery on Ah Can and was fined 59 and SI costs. John Barraneo pleaded not guilty to the charge of assault and batterv on two China man, and was remanded to the 22d on re quest of defendant. Olft to tbe King. By the Mokolii yesterday His Majesty the King received as a gift from an old native on Molokai one of the ancient sleds used by the Hawaiians in former years to slide down grassy slopes. It is made with two runners of hard, polished wood, mixed parallel with each other and about eight inches apart. These runners are braced and kept in position by crooked pieces of wood, the entire framework being firmly lashed together with cords of alonm fiber, no nails being used. These old sleds are now very rare and but seldom recn. The Oceanic steamship Alameda is due to-day at noon from San Francisco with five days later news. The Honolulu Baseball Club were out for practice yesterday afternoon. The ground is not in the condition it should be for good playing. FIFTY CENTS PER MONTH. ; From and after tbe lt day of May the price of the Pacific ; Commercial Advertiser will be FIFTY CFNTS PER MONTH, i For tbe daily issue, with prompt ' monthly collections. Our object in making this reduc tion of 50 per cent in tbe price of the Advertiser to monthly subscribers, is to bring it within tbe means of every one to procure a first-t:la.s3 daily newspaper. Tbe prevailing dullness in business is recognized, and the P. C. Advertiser is pre pared to meet tbe times by tbe pub lication of a thoroughly-equipped and reliable newspaper at a price which will bring it within the range of all classes. In making this announcement, the P. C. Advertiser can refer with onftdence to what has already been accomplished under the new man agement of the paper, as a guarantee that all pledges for the future will be honestly redeemed. It is not too much to say that the P. C. Adver tiser is a credit to Hawaiian jour nalism, or that it represents in the fullest sense the progress and intelli gence of tbe country. It is not pub lished in tbe interest of a clique or party, but in the interest of all. It will endeavor to build up and consoli date, instead of pulling down and destroying. Having opinions, it will express them fearlessly; being without pre judice, every question will be treated upon its merits; and having a repu tation to maintain, it will be careful of the reputation of others. As a faithful chronicler of events tbe P. C. Advertiser may always be relied upon. It will neither sup press facts nor distort them. It is a believer in "eternal verities,'' and an irreconcilable enemy of sham and false pretense. Its columns may al ways be relied upon to present facts, just as they are, and in this way it will endeavor to build up a healthy and robust public opinion which should be potential in the correction of abuses and an incentive to the faith ful performance of public duty. The P. C. Advertiser should go into every household, because it is a "clean sheet." It does not sell its columns for the dissemination of vicious advertising notices, neither i does it publish anything which tbe most fastidious could object to. In this important particular, as well as ; in honest reporting and unprejudiced comments, the P. C. Advertiser stands alone among Honolulu news papers. Furthermore, it is our settled pur pose that the daily or weekly publi cation of the Advertiser shall be found in the home of every English speaking family in the Kingdom. It is only a question of a very short time when this will be the case, through the admitted superiority of our paper over all rivals. "We shall continue to furnish copi ous reports of the world's news upon the arrival of every steamer and vessel from the Pacific Coast bringing later dates. Our local reports, now so full and comprehensive, will be rendered, if possible, still mora elaborate; while arrangements are nearly perfected for giving local character to our illustra tions, which are now confined to re productions from the best work of the American Comic Press, the exclusive right to publish which has been se cured for the P. C. Advertiser. With these inducements, which no rival publication in the Kingdom can ofFer, and with a newspaper con ducted upon the highest plane of pub lic morality, the circulation of tbe P. C. Advertiser should be largely increased consequent upon the reduc tion in price. As a medium for ad vertising it will stand far beyond tbe range of competition, and all who may wish to address the public in this way must of necessity use its col umns for that purpose. Now is the time to subscribe for the daily P. C. Advertiser. Monthly subscription, 50 cents; single copy, 5 cents. LOCAL AND GENERAL. The valuable race hor&e General Hancock will he bold at auction on Monday next, the 25th iustant, Ly Lyons t L&vey. A subscription list for cleaning aud r;' pairing the baseball ground on tbe Mali iki lteserve is now open at the store of J. M. Oat, Jr., i Co. Captain Babcock reports that his grapes at his residence on the plains, near the city, were a failure tins year. The hunches set well, hat about the time the grapes were ripening the continued wet weather pre vented their doing so, and, for the most part, they rotted on the vines. Only a few came to maturity, and they were very small aud poor. A ride match between ilessrs. Higgius and Unger took place yesterday at the Ca sino; distance 500 yards. The following is the score: Iliggins 36, 33, 37, 40; total, 151. Unger 38, 35, 32, 40; total, 145. A very heavy cross wind prevailed during the shooting and somewhat lowered the record. A match for the championship of the islands is to come off at an early day. The Becond of the series of the Montague Turner concerts at the Music Hall last night was well attended, there being full as many present as on the opening night. The suggestion made by us that the depth of the stage be lessened was adopted, with good results, the voices of the singers filling the hall with greater ease and distinctness. The rendering of the prison soene from I'll Trovatore" was effective, and fully appreci ated bythe audience. 3totrtistments. PACIFIC STJtAM BOOK AND JOB PBINTLNG OFFICE prepared Co do all kind of Commercial & Legal Work CO ERECTLY AD WITH DISPATCH. Having just Received a Complete and New Assortment of Job Types and Ornaments Of th' Litt-tt Styles, from tbe most Cele brated Foundries of the United State?, and employing only Experienced and Tasty Workmen, we are prepared to turn out Letter IIeiMl. Kill HeiHls. I'irrnlnrs, Note Heads. Ktateii.eiiltt. Bill of LjmIIm;;. Contracts, Jforttf if JBInk, Leases, Stiiliiii Contract. (In Hawaiian Jt English,. Calendars. Ill a nk Cheeks, Bonds. Mtoek Certificates. Business Cards. Steal Cheeks, Milk Tickets, Bank Checks, Orders, Receipts. Marriage Certilicntes. liloiiti. Catalogues. . UMlii.' I'a.U, Ikrtixsr IhIs Iittii"l4. i:hviiih4. Sliliiii- UeevlpiM. Ball Hrojcraimues. Theatre I'roirr amines. And in fact event thinq which a Fimt CIcihx Office ortn to. P. C. A. Job PrintiM Office Hawaiian Bazaar. Clearance Sale ! crockery, glassware, llOUSK I'IKMSHISG OOODS. TINWARE, OIL STOVES, AU marked down in ordi-r to clear ouil Hhis immense Mtock. 1,600 loz. FANCY UUESS BUTTON: at TEN CENTS per dozen. HAMMOCKS, lrom 81 75. LIBRARY LAMBS, IN ALL STYLES from $3 .10. rin ui:i; ikkames, A 1.15 l M, ACUOBHtONS. K1V.. ETC., ETC., ETC 1 lo June. Benson, Smith & Co., JOBBING AD RETAIL DBUGGISTS, PROPRIETORS OE THE uVXaile Cologne. 113 AND 115 FORT STREET. I mar;7-lS-m Astor House Dining Rooms, 7 Hotel street, near Fort. Hot ami Cold Luuthex a Specialty. Try our meals in the new Private Dining Room. Luxurious living. ISO.tf GEO. CAVA2?AOH, Proprietor. THE GREAT REAL ESTATE ANI General Business Offices OF J. E. WISEMAN, HOJfOLVI.V, II. I. . O. BOX 315. TELEPHONE 172. Ifablitbel 1879.) The following various branches of businesa will enable the public on the Islands and frorr nros.l to gain general information on all matt . following department: Real Estate Department Buys and sells Real Estate in all parts of the Kingdom. Values Real Estate anl Property in city and auhurbs. Rents and leases Mouse, Cottages, Rooms and Lumls. Attends to Insurance, Taxes, Repairing and Collecting: of Rentals. lraws legal papers of every nature Searches Titles, Records, Ktc Employment Department Finds Employment in alt branches of industry connected with tbe Islands. General Business Matters Keep Books and Accounts, collect Bills, loans or invest Moneys. Penmanship, Engrossing and all kinds of Copying done. Procures Fire and Life insurance. Advertisements and Correspondence attended to. Information of every description connected with the Islands coming from abroad fully answered. Custom House Broker. Merchants will rind this Department a special benefit to them, as I attend to entering goods through irtwer of Attorney and delivering the same at a small commission. Soliciting Agent for tbe "MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK," the largest, grandest and soundest Insurance Company iu the world. AGENT for the Great Burlington Railway Konle,'' In America. Travelers journeying by rail Iu America will find this route the most comfortable and most delightful. The scenery is the grandest going East, aud with the PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS and good meals along the trip, polite attention from employees and reason able fare no rouU; can excel this. MR. C. K. MILLER, my Chief Clerk, specially attends to this Department, and for information, guidebooks, maps, etc., he will extend every courtesy. AOENT for the Honolulu lloyal Opera House. Managers of tirst-chiss coiupauies abroad will address mo f-r terms, etc. DEPARTMENTS. Keal folate Broker. Ciimoui HoiiMV Itroket. .Uttney Broker. Fire ami I. lie Insurance AKt'lil. tliiinloymeiit Ayent. liallroaii Auent ami General IttisiucHH Agent. ADDRESS : J. E. WISEMAN, 133-mv6-86 HONOLULU. II. I. BANKING NOTICE. The undersigned have formed a co partnership under the firm name of Claus Spreckels &. Co., for the purpose of carrying on a Bank of Savings and Deposits, and for trans acting a general Banking and Ex change business at Honolulu, and such other place in the Hawaiian Kingdom as may be deemed advisable. Claus Spreckels. Wm. G. Irwin. Honolulu, April 15, 188-3. Referring to the above, we beg to inform the business public that our Bankingestablishment will be opened for the transaction of business on Monday, May the 4th, when we will be prcpaied to receive deposits in our Savings Bank. We will also be prepared to make loans, discount approved notes, and purchase exchange at best market rates. We will receive deposits on open account, make collections and con duct a general Banking and Ex change business. Our arrangements have been com pleted, so that we can draw exchange on the principal parts of the world. 103-tf j Claus Spreckels fc Co. i;;;::: feed c: Queen f; Edinburgh Street, WHOLKSALK A KKTAIL Dealers i.i II A Y A1 IS It A IX. Telephone No. 175, Ooodtf deliver' promptly. Ilmil Order Solicited. 36 It Ladies' Hair Dressing Parlors, Fort street, opposite I)tld Stahles. MADAME WANEK, LATE OF SAX FRANCISCO. HASS OPENED a Ladies' Hair Dressing Parlor, where will be kept a tine stock ol Hair Goods, Toilet Articles, etc Ladies waited on at their residence. If de sired. Ladies and Children's Ilair Cutting a specialty. Gents' Tonsorial Parlor In connec tion. 133-nl3 drtrltsratiits. CASTLE & COOKE HAVE RECEIVED AND OFFER FOR SALE. Ex. " MEND OTA." and Other late Arrivals From New York aaJ Saa Francisco, a Large nd Varied AMortmrnt of Merchandise. Suitable for Plantations, Country Stores and Eamilies, -CONSISTING IS PART Ot Paiace Kerosene Oil the highest test oil in the market. Vulcan and Electric Kero sene uus, Laru uu in Darrels and cases, bperm and Cylinder Uil, Albany uompouca, Plumbago, etc., Galvanized and Plain Cut and Wrought Iron Nails, Galvanized Cor rugated Iron, Plain Iron and Basket Fence Wire, Plain and Perforated Sheet Zino, Galvanized Wire Cloth, Centrifugal Wire Cloths, Centrifugal Rubber Springs, Blake Pump Company Patent Rubber Valves and Springs, I. R. Hose, ?4' inch to 2 inch, $ and 4 ily. Steam Packing, round, square and flat, all styles. Anvils, Vises, Hydraulic Ravas, Jack Screws, Paris Steel Breaking Plors 'tht boss plow yet; Molisse Furrowing and Breaking Plows, all sizes, Cultivators, LTors Hoes, Gang Plows, Planters' Hoes, our own make, , inch Goose Neck Lane' a Planters' Hoes, Shovels, Spades, Rakes, Forks, Scoops, Bush Scythes, Feed Cutter, Cane Knives, our own make and superior quality; Lawn Mowers, Road Scrapers, Cart Axles, Fairbank's Scales, three ' sizes; Grindstones, all sizes, Axes, Hatchets, Pick and Ax Mattocks, Pick Axes, Horse Shoes, Machine Bolts, all sizes and lengths, a full and superior line of Shelf Hardware, Builders Hardware A fall line; Locks, Buts, Screws, Hinges, Staples, Tacks, Brads, etc., Planes of all kinds. Bailey's Patents, etc., Machinists' tools of all kiuds, Hammers, etc.. Paints, Oils and Glass. White Lead and Zinc, Rubber Paint, Boiled and Raw Oil, Valentine's Varnishes, Turpentine, Patent Dryers, a large variety of small paints in Oils, Chandeliers, Glass Lamps, Lanterns, & large variety, Stationery Inks, Tin and Hollow Ware, Medicine. BLUE DENIMS, 8, 9 and 10 oz. at bottom rates. FINE RED SALMON, in barrols. BENICIA MILLS Family Flour. CRUSHED and GRANULATED SUGAR, in half barrels. GIANT POWDER GELATINE POWDER, very effective. Xew tioods i:xieetel per NtenmNblp Alameda. BLAKE BOILER, FEED, LIGHT SERVICE and VACUUM PUMPS IN STOCK. 149 tr PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY, ,( LIMITED), Kueeehwor to tillliitf limn Co. iiimI Samuel Noll. BREAK Kits, Doulile Furrow ani Light Steel Plos. "They are the BEST DOUBLE FURROW PLOWS we ever used." C. A. C'HAPIN, Manager Kohala Plantation. 'It la the BEST BREAKING PLOW I ever used." J. L. RICHARDSON, Manager Walanat Plantation. "Tbe VERY BEST BREAKING PLOW I ever used In tlria or any other country." fWM Y. HORNER, Lahalna, Maul. :o: New Goods received per " Morning Star" and other late arrlv ids: Silver Plated Ware, stove, Range and Tinware ; Refrigerators and Ice Chests ; House Furnluhlng Good, Chandeliers, Lamp and lanterns; Soap and Candle. Balance of consignment of C'locl. very low. OIL ! OIL 1 OIL 1 OIL ! OIL 1 OIL ! OIL 1 Skidgate, Genuine Albany Cylinder, Lubricating, Lard. Peanuf, Cantor and Neathfoot. Paint, Paint Oil, Turpentine, Varnishes. California Wlod Mills, the bent In use. A very complete stock ol Hardware and Agricultural Implements. Correspondence solicited. 1 u52-aP7 iy PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY, Honolulu. h:. O. HALL & SOlsJ" (Limited), Have Just received from Boston, ex. MENDOTA, At.d by other Iat arrivals, the following, vie: DOWXEK'N KEHOSENE Oil., Tl'RPENTIJfi; AM) PAIKT OIL IJOSTOX CARD HATCHES, IICXTW II'DL'D AXES, IICXTS HATCHETS fAll Kln.ln , NORWALU LOCUS, ICE CREAM FREEZERS. REFRIGERATORS. ERAS I YE SOAP, YELLOW LAFXRRY SOAP. Stoves an! Ranges OF ALL SIZES. And Kitchfii Furidture Of Every Description. Iron, Granite Wure, Wire Cloth (a 11 sizes,, Cotton Waste, Packing, all kinds. AXLE GItEASfc.'. Also, Neat's Foot J ut to hand, a new lot of Hall's Celebrated Plows aud Rreaker. and about tw hundred puirs of Plow Handles of all slies. Also, extra Plow Share to fit all our plows. Plow Ileniiiw. All kinds of Agricultural Implement needed for rice or cane tnlture. A Fine Stock of Shelf Hardware Constantly on Hand. We make a specialty of lilliug orders lor country stores and plantations, and with our superior facilities and long experience, can do so with the greatest dinpatch. All our C.ood are of tbe Best 0.unlity, nml are sold at Lowet Market Rate. E. O. HALL & SOIST. California Rose Company. MR. C. W. MACFAJtLANE TAKti PLEAH ure iu announcing that he has been ap pointed SOLE AGENT of the CALIFORNIA HOSE COMPANY For the Hawaiian Islands. Parties who desirfe to add choice and beautiful varieties of THE QUEEN OF FLOWERS To their flower gardens will be faruiahed with CATALOGUES containing names, prices an other Information concerning over 2 j0 varieties, GROWN ON THEIR OWN ROOTS. ttSr- Prices astonishingly low for guaranteed varieties. C. VT. MACFARLANE, Agent. Honolulu, March 27, 1W5, sgr23-22-Awtf Maile from our own ptitteru. COLGATE'S TOILET SOAPS. CASTILE AXD HARNESS SOAP. Lnlricatinj" Oils, The LargeMt block Iu the Market, Including ijird Oil, In -mut-H aud bUU., lilack Oil, U barrels, Skldegate Oil, In cases, Cylinder Oil, In cases, I'arafine Oil, In cases, Sperm Oil, In drums aud barrels, and Peanut Oil by the case or gallon. m 220 Lease of Valuable Land. AUCTION SALE. I will sell at Public Auction at the Court House In the TOWN OF HILO on SATURDAY, the 30th day of Juiie Next,at 12 o'clock noon, the leaae for TEN YEAHH of a valuable tract of land In Fonahawai, near the Town of Hilo, containing 325 acres more or less. This land comprises a large area of fertile can and kalo land, and lies in close proximity to th town. Lease at expense of purchasers. Upet Price per Annum, $350. L. SEVERANCE, AUCTIONEER. HILO, April 30, 1885. 131-Je.l0 NOTICE. ON AND AFTER THIS DATE ALL OCR accounts w ill be rendered monthly Instead of quarterly, as heretofore. S. J. L1C VET 4 CO. Honolulu, Feb. 2nd, IS8S. 487 tt