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THE D AIL Y PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.
A ROYAL VISIT
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Thursday, June litb,t!.o corim&nioratloa day
of Xambameba I., w;:; be observed as a public
ItO'.'.l', and aw Government r,n;rea throujLout
tbe KiDedoai will bp cioi-d.
CIIAS. T. GUL1CK.
Minister of the later.!-.'.
Depart.-xie.iit of the Interior, Hay 2', lis.
F1ihh-h of tu .noon Dunns? Muj,
D. if. M.
Tl Ultiiis uml SettWie ol tu Nun.
The sari rises to-morrow morning at r:20 o'.lo -k.
The suu sett this evening at H-.i'i o' io
i'OKT OF HONOLULU, II. 1.
.MTCKwr, May i.
StLur Kiiinu, Kiijj, from Hawaii and Man
Strur LikehWe, Lore nz-u , front Kahu'ui and Mo
lokiti Sehr EhuWui, from Wa.iiliia
Am hark Autumn. ' 'lays from Newcastle, N
hilir Nettif Merrill, from Luhuni
Schr Leahi, from Kukaiau
Scar Mauuokawai, from ICooiaii
Schr Waiehu, from Hanalei
Sotir Rainbow, from Koolaii
.Si.hr I.ihoiilio, from Nn'.viliwiii, Kuuiti
si vdav, May I.
Stmr Planter, Ciuinuii, fruiii Nawihwdi, Wui
mea, Kolo.i, Eleele and Kekaha, Kauai
Satikoav, May -C
stmr Kilmiea Hon, Weisbarth, for all ports of
Hawaii from Paituhau to Ouoineu, at 1'- m
.stmr C R iiishop, MarmiLiy, for I lanani.icili) ,
Kiluuea and Hanalei, Kauai, via Walauae and
Waialun, Oahii, at a. m
S.-nr Sarah an.l l-iliza, for Koolan
Schr Malolo, for Papaikrm and Jliio
'H.eI I'slnsf l'liiw Iy-
Stmr Likelikc, Loren.en, for Kahului, Pokoo
d way ports, Molokai, 4 p m,
Strur Iwalaui, Frc-man , fir Ilamukim, at 4 p.m.
Rrgtne WG Irwin - Am;, Turner, for h.iu I ran
cisco Uaik Mendota Am :, N;i.-b, for -San Franei-eo.
Stmr Waiinanalo, Neilsoii, for Waiinuinilo
kchr Nettie Merrill, for I.ahatna
Schr Leahi, for Kohala
.Schr Mauuokawai, for Koolan
ti'!hr Rainbow, for Koolan
.siebr Waiehu, for Koloa, Kunai
itchr Khukai, for W.iialua
From I.ahuiua, M.iluikonn, Kawuihai, MaiUaea
ami iliio, Hawaii, )fr M.'nmer Kinuu, May
ilou Nam G Wilder, W V Horner Sr, F If Hayml
.ilfn. W R t'aslle ami son , U K Richardson, J Rein
Aiardl.J A Mai tin, .1 T Ward, dipt Sam Nowlcin,
i' H.iiii NVuiker, V K Cuthhert, C Husiiik, C J
r'alk, J H Waipuiliini, MKs I.m y Wetmori-, Mrs
Want, Mr Ci.nclui', an l IV- 'lei k pahertf;ers.
From Kipahulu, liana, and Kahului, per stmr
i.ikelike. May Nei!!, I'apt 1 Toomey, M isn
4'laike, Mrs An if I una ami rliilJ, M iu L'una, C F
I'lieliis, W J l.o-.vrik-, J:ev Father IIUs, BrotUtT M
Zehler, i' Nelson, F. M.tellf, Mrs K Batehelor, Mrs
Aloilrecor ami two elullreii, It S VallriiJe, and
Si deric passengers.
The Hteamer Likeilko l.roujht 4,-S'J bufis .suyar
fioui Maui on the '-Jd.
The sclioorier I.ealii hroutjlit 1.200 ha' of siiKiir
Jrom Koiiaia on the 2 i.
The scboon.-r Nettie Merrill brought 1.:100 bags
ugarfrom I.ahaina on the J.'lu.
Tiie steamer I'litnter brought 4, "7s bags suyar,
il lings riee, 41 liiilei', 'dt sheep, 'ii heaU. anil 10
-ivfi from Kauai on the 24th.
Tbi ebooner Wuiolm brought H4 tjags .niijar
frooi Uanalei. Kauai, on the2.'!il, ainl the sehooner
llttlnbow .")3j bags front Koolan.
Tle Auieriean bark Memlota, I'aptalu C. F'.
Sash, will leave Kron er's wliarf this morning for
if&n Franrls'o with 7 1 1 ions of siii'ar.
The barkentine Knreka commeiiceJ JoaJiug
augvr for San i'raiu iseo on the 'J3J. She will
re'elve ei;Kr from the steamer Plainer to-day.
The steamer ICinau arrived on the 23d with 6,'JOi
Ijas suitr, U'l sheep. 1 horse uud 1 14 paekagea of
wundrics from Mauri and Hawaii. Heporti very
Besides the ocean rat-e from Sau Fianci.so,
betweea the elipper ves-sels Cousuelo and Jjjs
covery, mentioned in t!ie AveRtiskb of the 23d,
there will beunother trial of .ailing speed between,
the W. tl. Irwin und Meiidota, both of which sail
from Honolulu to-day for Sim Francisco.
(.'aptam fanierou , late of the Kteamer C. K.
Bishop, arid also late chief oflleer of the bark
jiore, w now chief oll'u er of the tern IJ ulah. lie
reports that Captain C. W. Jenks, while at Sua
Francisco, resigned his position and ull the crew
Jeft the Klsinore because she was beinf? tent to
fituauia, I'entral America, where yellow fever
w as spreading.
The Royal Hawaiian BanJ will give a
coucert in houor of Qatseu Victuriad birth
day this evening at 7:30 o'clock at Emma
Square. Following is the programme:
PA UT I.
3irch "iulBrittania" Godfrey
Orerture 'Festival" . . . . Bach
Waltz "Jfy Queen" Coote
G "Queen Victoria" ... Farmer
"Eleilt" "(JoJ Save the Queen."
Selection 'i'iriafore" . . . Sullivan
Walt.z Waimanalo" .lUrger
MarcU "Kuia Ilimeni". Berber
ItctUel I'lituii Cliurc-h Service.
Urge canrejjation wa.s present at thi
church yestrnlay. In the morning the
lU-v. K. C Oggol. the jator, conducted the
opening services, and then introduced the
1W. Harvey S. Jordan, the new pastor for
tbu Kohala Church on Hawaii. Mr. Jordou
chose his text from the 8th chapter of Bo
iuats, 3d and 1th verses, and preached tin
able and practical discourse, calculated to
prove helpful to those in attendance. In
the evening the pastor preached a sertnos.
commemorative of the patriotic services of
those who laid down their lives for the pres
ervation of the American Union.
In the Supreme Court last Saturday, in
the matter of the bankrupt estate of J. H.
Bruns, Sr., twenty-four claim were proTed,
aggregating $11,303 10. In the election of
two assignees, Hon. W. C. Parke received
19 votes, representing $10,132 73; Mr. Lans
ing 10 vstfii, representing 6,371 10, and
.Mr. Luning 5 vottfrf, representing $1,356.
The third MoiitaU8-Turuer concert will
be given this evening at the Music Hall.
The operatic selection for this performance
id taken from the second act of the "Bo
hemian Girl." It includes the well-known
airs, "I Dreamt that I Dwelt ia Marble
Ilalls," and " When Other Friends."
The fair at Kaumakapili Church has been
postponed until Friday nixt.
To the Leper Hospital at
AtTectlnv Seenr-s-Itoyiil Symr.-Httoy 1
the I'nfortuuate Inniatt Tlie
MutLer Snjierlur and Sller
Tliauked by Their .najei
ties froiHetl Home
On Saturday last their
King and Queen visited t!i-i
jl u i e a t
tal for lepers at Kakaako. They arrived
Lortiy before 11 o'clock, and m their car
riage parsed through the gate lioue the
inrcatei of the hospital that were able to be
out cheered their visitors veiy heartily,
'.lighting at the entrance to the Sister'
house (which, with the chapel, has been
raoved on to the line of tho main avenue .
their Majesties wero received at the gateway
by Mr. Gibson, as President of the Board
of Health, who introduced the royal visi
tors to the Mother Superior, who intro
duced her associate Sisters. After a chat
with the good Mother and Si.sters thoir
Majesties visited all tho .sick wards, accom
panied by the Mother Superior and Mr.
The attention of thu loyal visitors was at
tracted by the tasteful manner iu which tho
grounds have been laid out. On either side
of the entrance to tho chapel are flower
beds shaped as anchor, cross, and heart,
emblems of Truth, Hope and Charity, while
on the grass plot opposite arc also cut
flower beds forming in large lot tern the
inscription Aloha. Seeing these and also
the names Kalakaua and Kapiolani thus cut
out iu the sward, the Queen remarked that
there might also be cut a motto to com
memorate their visit, and His Majesty wrote
down the words
HOOLA LAHVI (HEAL THE NATION),
Which were handed to the Mother Superior,
and they will form a new inscription in the
grounds. While passing through the refec
tory and in the kitchen their Majesties
examined critically the arrangements made
for preparing and serving tho food provided
for tl. lepers. They were particularly
pleased with the cleanliness and order seen
in this department. There lias been lately
set up in the kitchen a large and well de
signed rauge for cooking, which is a great
improvement over the old style kettles used
heretofore. These kettles arc utilized by
the Sisters iu making soap, a large quantity
of which is manufactured from the fat ob
tained in cooking.
Passing by the substantial double suing
that has lately been put up at the end of
the main avenue, the royal visitors looked
into the bright, clean school room built for
the children at Kakaako, and then paused
for a few minutes to exchange greetings
with the female patients gathered on the
verandas cf the neat cottages in which tht-y
live. The Queen recognized among them an
old acquaintance, and towards her, as well
as the rest of the poor victims of this dread,
mysterious malady, her kindl3', sympathetic
nature was shown in her questions regarding
their condition and the thanks that she, as
well as His Majesty, tendered to the Mother
Superior and her Sisters for what they hail
done and were doing for the lepers. As the
King and Queen passed in front of each
group of cottages they were received by the
patients with alohas and other character
istic Hawaiian salutations. Their Majesties
inquired particularly into the
CONDITION OF THE CUT M P. EX.
The Queen is especially interested in their
welfare, inasmuch as she has long enter
tained the hope of being able to rescue some
of them from incurable disease. Her hopes
ia this respect now promise to be fultilled,
and the Kapiolani Home for Hawaiian girls,
the children of lepers, will soon be com
menced. Toward the building of this home i
Colonel Spreekela has subscribed SI, 000, i
with promise of another $1,000 if required. !
Their Majesties have subscribed SI, 000 each, '
and by the King'a Ministers and others the
amount has been increased to a present I
total of S3.0C0. It is intended to erect a !
suitable building, probably in close prox- ;
imitj to the Branch Hospital, but totally j
distinct and completely isolated from it, !
where tho girls spoken of above, of whom i
there are about fifty, can be properly cared '
for. The institution will be under the !
especial charge of Sisters set apart for this ;
work, and it is hoped with an abundance of ;
good fod, strict attention to personal clean- ';
liness, healthful surronudings, exercise and
suitable occupations, some, at least, in the ;
incipient stage, will be sared from becoming :
hopeless victims of the dread disease. In
taking their leave their Majesties again
THANKED THE MOTHER tflTEKK'It
For the care she and the Sisters associated
with her were taking cf the unfortunates
under their charge. As they passed on; i f
the grounds they were again cheered.
It may be said iu connection with this
subject that the closing i;p of the paling .
surrounding the hospital grounds has n,.t
interfered in the least with the proper venti
lation of the place, while it has prevented
any undesirable intercourse with people out
Bide. A large pig was sent in to the lepers on
Saturday by the Board of Health, to furnish
the material for something of a feast on the
following day. This is occasionally done. ;
not as a matter cf diet, but as a little luxury
which is highly appreciated by the lepers.
Tho rags sent to the office of this paper
for the lepers at Kakaako are gladly re- i
ceived, and wc hope that many more will bo :
The shooting match at the Olympic last
Saturday night between Sullivan and
llastie for a purse of S25 was won by the
former by 10 points, the score standing,
Sulliran 103, Has tie 03.
From the other side of the island the re
port reaches us that a heavy freshet carried
away the bridge over the stream at Kaueohe
By notice in the By Authority column it!
will be seen that Thursday, June 11th, will j
be obserTed, as. usual, as a public Lolidsy. j
Opening Mat li of the Schhoii.
aturoy li?: at the Mak-.ki
iU p. E3.,
twe-eu tl.t H'.:.;-u'.u?
,-d Marred Mr:;
The formor Lad llrs: izz.izgi ai.1 scored 14
ruLii .ii'.'.T; 1,c:l, p-:t cut. The Marri-d
Mcii il2 wLt ti.cy co-:li to -.uare the rec
ord, tut tLc accMint; cf pl&r were again-t
th:n, ar;d tiicugh they kept the- score partly
even :.f;cr :!. ::rst ;rr;.i.s. ye: ;Ley hid r.o
ei-t-c.al t.: A good fortune, and scored a
total of but hve runs. Sp--n.:-er A the Mar
ried Men in kft field did sorae good catch
ing. TL'- follow! a f is the correct score of
t!.'. ;;iD;f. f:r:i."sLd ii by scorer Davidson:
4 M 1.
io. a. k .
0 I 1 1
" ; i : -
' i i
j - it i
: :f i
t i l "
2 : i s
1 ! "
24 1 11 ;
Oat F. I:. , s. s
Vi,::uv, Jr..H. M. 2'
Wod-ho-.s-. ouy, lr. .
Mark hail., ij'-'t. , ',
I i,w .1 ,-. , J as . i . f .
"v hitLf-y, 1 1 '... f
l:ro-u..e. A.. ..!, .. ..
!.- . r. i. r. f. .
MAT: P.IK!' MKN.
NAMKS. T. H.j K. H H. Co. A. K.
spenrpr. S.. 1. f j " i 2 ' 0 j , 0 j 0
Parkf-r. It. , p ' I i O j 1 j T .'5 2
Levey. N. T., r. f , lb . 0 1 2 ! 7 0 ! 2
J'.ouriimali.Oeo.,lb.r.f.' ' 1 - n ' 1
MiH.'ion. W.. c ".. 1 2 ' 0.1
I.Whu-.an, 1., :t. 0 n m j 3 1 ; 'i
Kurges,.. .V, s. s ' n l ; o i l ; i
Iow ctr, J., I i I ; 2 : l
You.'),'. .Ir., A .. ( . f ... Ill o t o 1
Totals -a j 5 7 i 2." 11 I IS
1 V N I Vfi.-
no ;t ;; l n i i j
1 1 o (I 11 10 l.l
Struck out Honolulu. 2; Married Men, 3.
llasH on haiis II -i.niuiu, 2; -Married Men, 2.
F.anu'd runs Honolulu, 1.
Two base hits Ouv Wodehous- ami J. Iiows.ut,
First base mi errors Honolulu , IjJ Married
Vild pitches Parker. 2.
Passed bails Wodhouse. 2; t-dieldon, 2.
1 inpiiv 'harles Fcke.
Time of ?.mie Oiie hour and o0 minutes.
Yesterday was the sixty-sixth anniversary
of the birthday of Quecu Victoria, who for
forty-eight years has happily and wisely
reigned over the British Umpire.
Tho fair and festival at Kawaiahas Board
ing School, cn King .street, last Saturday,
was a success. A large number of visitors
were coming and going all the afternoon.
The running race at the park to-day
promises t be a close contest between the
three Allies entered.
Tlila powder never varies. A man-el of purity.
Strength nd wholesomoness. More teononucal
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in com
petition with the multitude cf low test, short
weurht, alum or phosphate powders. Sold OKLYCS
cass. Itovai. UaiiiNa J'ywwai .,.. loo WftU-SW
ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 27th.,
At 10 o'clock a. m., at the reidence of Mrs. Mc
Lean, No. 121 Kinar street. The entire Household
Furniture comprisimr Two Bedroom Sets, K. W.
K.xiension DminH; Table and I'huirs, t'rockery
and (Uassware, Matting, Mattresses, Kitchen Stove
and Ctnsils, the usual assortment of Household
IAOXS A I.r.VFV.
rriiL ion iji:i".i(;m;i a nr. in.strli.t i.i
1 to sell ::t Put'iic Auction the fo'lowinj niT
chaiiiiise, landed e.x American hark Mendot.i.
N'a-h. M.isti r. f'.' in New Ymk, ilimiacl t'.v --:t
On 3loii(lav. Mav 25th.
At 11 .i. in., at t'.e ( iovrrniiien: Kerosi
l.'iHiv.o:i'! ., I-;1 C.im- Downer's Ken -sen? 10
At 1 1 : a. m.. at their .ue-room .
Diamond s.. Cases Prime Lard Oil . 1'.' gal! ns
Diamond S., Kesrs Cut Null-. 4d :
lii.iiu.iii.l s.. 4 K'ess Cat Nails. 4
Iiamond S.. 17 Kes Cut Nails, s.j ;
Diamond s., 2S K' t,s Cut Nails, lod and 12J :
Diamond S., 11 Kejs Cut Nails, -od, :j0d and led.
Terms -a-h. r.iya'.le in I", s. gold coin,
Valuable IJace Horse
ON MONDAY. MAY JjTH. AT HALF-HAST
12 o'clock, m (ront of our salesroom, w e will
offer at Public Anctioa the well-known Thoroufih
bred K.'.y stallion
S:x years old. winner of the Kohala Cup, ls ;
also winner of tho 2 mile race as?aiut Laugtord.
Jr.. l-s4. Sire. California ;" Daiu, Puss."
l"'.r aceo:iiii of w i.oin it tiuty concern.
Hawaiian Bazaar. I
Clearance Sale !
1 KOI Kf.llY. GLASSWARE.
B 1 1 , . i - w t- i i n VI-.U1 Vi: :i uATi
11NWAP.F.. Oil. stoves
Alt marked down in order to clear ou:
Ins intintM'se stock.
,'0 d.u. FANCY DKF.SN HIT JON'S, at
TKX CF.NTS per dozen.
II A.MMOI k f rom HI 75.
I.IKflAltY LAMPS, IN ALL sTYLF.s
from ft "in.
rU'lT'KL I Fit AM KS,
A I Ait' M;
1 l.i june.j
GREAT REAL ESTATE
vil li "I
.1. E. WISEMAN,
iioyoMM, Ji. I.
P. o. I'.OX :;i:.. TKLKPHO.Ni: 172.
The following Various branches of busines will
enahle the public ou the Islands and from abroad
to Kain general information on all matters in the
Real Estate Department
Uuys and sells Ileal F.state in all parts of the
Values lieal LVtale and Property in city and
itents and leases Houses, Cottages, Rooms and
Attends to Insurance, Taxes, Repairing and
Collecting of Kentals.
Draws lesjal papers of every nature Searches
Titles, Kecords, F.to.
Finds employment in all branches of industry
connected with the Islands.
General Business Matters
Keep Looks and Accounts, collect Bill, loans
or invest Moneys. Penmanship, Fngrosslng and
all kinds of Copying done.
Procures Fire and Life Insurance.
Advertisements aud Correspondence attended to.
Information of every description connected
with the Islands coming from abroad fully
Custom House Broker.
Merchants will find this Department a special
benefit to theiu, a9 I attend to entering goods
through power of Attorney and delivering the
same at a small commission.
Soliciting; Agent for the "MUTI'AL LIFF.
INSCKANCK COMPANY OP NEW YORK,"
the largest, graDdest aud soundest Insurance
Coupany in the world.
AOKNT for the
ir'u Ilurliuvtou KallHay Koiite,"
In America. Travelers journeying by rail ia
America w ill find this route the most comfortable
ami most delightful. The scenerv is the grandest
going :ast, aud with the PULLMAN PALACE
sLKFil'INt; CARS and good meals along the trip,
polite attention from employees and reason,
able fare no route can excel this. MR. C. K.
MILLER, my Chief Clerk, specially attends to
this Department, und for information, guidebooks,
maps, etc., he will extend every courtesy.
AGENT for the
Honolulu Itojal Opera Iloutc.
Managers of Urst-class companies abroad will
address me for terms, etc.
Itml Kstntr Broker.
'ti(oni Jlone Ilroltrr.
lirr hihI Ille I iiMiruiicc ;eiit.
I.mplo.ymf nt Aiicnt.
Railrotci A unit aut
tie n rial IDiniiicv Avrcnt.
A I'D!! Is ;
J. E. WISEMAN,
1 Jo HONOLULU. H. 1.
Monday Evening. 3Iav 25tli.
THIRD NIGHT OF THE
Mi -s Annis Montague j Mr. Charles Turner.
TJie New Musical Socictv.
Tkk.'ts for a!e at J. E. WISEMAN'S. Box
plan co- open, 2i-m25
Astor House Dinine Rooms,
7 Hotel Mreit, near Fort.
Hot mid C'oll Lunches n Serialty.
Try our meals in the new Private Dining
Room. Luxurious liying.
lSni-tt GEO. CAVA N A G II , Proprietor.
illRtki 1 W .
ihi eoc i'
Avlifunl A Asbfurtl.
ATTORNEY'S. col'N -F LoP.-, xjLH I loKs,
Of--e Uoa'jl-lJ r..;
i - 3-:.-J
(.ECII. Er.OV.'X, ATTOr.NE Y'-aT-La Vv" and
Notary i'ubllc, Canipbeil's B. k, Merci.ant
VTTGRNEY-AT-LAW AND OLK IIOI1 IN
Ckancery. Otlire Campoeii's Biovk, second
lory, rooms S and S. Einran.-e on Merchant
street, Uonoiuiu, H. 1. 4i7-ap6-tf
Attoruey Hi I,an.
No. 42 MERCHANT STREET. NEAR FOHT ST
V1TOKNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUB
LIC. Osliee w ith t!:e Attorney Oeneral, Alii
oiani Hale, Honoiuln. 11 . I. mr26-12-lf
J. M. IY10NSARRAT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
A N I)
Keul KstHl- in mi purt ot Itie Kintf
ilum Bought, sold an.l Leased on Commission
Loans Negotiated and Legal Documents Drawn.
o. 27 Mi;lU HAM STm.lT.
Ciazette Block, Honolulu. liTl-lf
11 uisiii:i KOMS.
IN FOWLERS YARD, CI AND ii! HOTEL
street. The only one dollar house in Hono
lulu. Rooms per nibt, 2j cents; rooms per
week, fl. lsii-nls
ot MLKCHANT AND 77 gt-EEX STKEET.
rpWO ENTKANCE-S. KLKOVNT1.Y FUR
JL nished rooms. t-paciou.s grounds and Sue
location. Terms reasonable.
200-n22 MRS. DAVID (I.YLKY.
V. P. UK AY,
I'HYHiri.VN AM) MWJEOX,
Office next door to the HONOLULU LIBRARY,
9 to 10 A.M.
Omen Ilot-us: 2 to 4 P.M.
7 to S P.M.
Sundays H to 11 A.M
RESIDENCE Cor. Kiuau and Pensacola sts.
Dr. K. Cook Webb,
Residence and Oftiee, cor Richards A I'.eretania St
Special Attention given to ltitiease of the
Kidney and Urinary Organs
8 to 10.)
2 tot, )
V to 8. J
Telephone o. 3.
C CORNER OF MERCHANT AND NUUANU
j streets. Coffee Saloon and Restaurant. Cof
fee and Cakes, 10 Cents: Meals, 23 Cents; Board
1 1 50 per w eek. 19S-tf
MRS. ROBERT LOVE,
li NUUANU STREET.
COFFEF) ROASTED AND GROUND. Oil-
ders for Ship Bread executed at short ntice.
Old bread rebaked. F'.rery description of plain
and fancy bread and biscuits. Fresh Butter.
Island orders proniptlv attended to.
COFFEE .SALOON AND CHOP HOU.SK in
connection. Cool, airy room. Attentive waiters.
Everything: first-class, at reasonable rates.
HOTEL STREET. NEAR NUUANU.
Iloj Woo Proprietor
first-class P.OARD BY" the dayokweek
DINING ROOMS CLEAN AND COMFORT
able. Table continually supplied with the
best the market utfords.
board per week from 4 to vj
Entrances on Hotel, Xuuaiiu and King streets,
BANK INC NO l K'i:.
The lilnk-TsigMt.il liavt- f' r i i i c 1 ; i-o-iiartiifi'-Iiip
uuiKr tin- liiui numcof
Claus Spk ECKELS .'c Co., for tin:
j'Uipiisc of i-.uiyiiiLr :: a I' ink !'
.Savings :nI I)('i-i'-ii, uii.i I'M ti.in--actinir
a yi'i.oi'.il IS:t ii k i s-ir and Kx-chantrc-
husimss at Honolulu, ami
such other place in the Hawaiian
Kingdom as may bu deemed advisable.
Wm, G. Irwin.
Honolulu, April lo, IS So.
Ivcfeiring to the above, we beg to
iuform the business public that our
Banking establishment will be opened
for the transaction of business on
Monday, May the 4th, when we will
be prepared to receive deposits in our
We . will also be prepared to make
loans, discount approved notes, and
purchase exchange at best maiket
We will receive deposits on open
account, make collections and con
duct a general Banking and Ex
Our arrangements have been com
pleted, so that we can draw exchange
on the principal parts of the world.
105-tf Claus Spreckels Ac Co.
LEWIS & CO.,
j i.7 AND m HOTEL STREET CAMPHFLI.s FIRE PROOF BUILDING ,
iTVliolesale and. Retail Grocers.
j a cutupiote hne of Choice utia-eri-s ou batiJ. Fr-sto cJoods connuuaiiy on the wr.y.
j U..I-.J Butter k;yi oa baud. Low t-st p;-sible rrice. Kerosene O0 spfofcttjr. GooOs Jo'iVered
fre of ci-SLTge. TelepLs.ie No. 210; P. O. Bc.T
HOLLISTER & CO
The Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
OK HARTFORD, COIIST-
feURPLUS AS TO POLICY" HOLDERS..
Having established an Agency at Honolulu for the Hawaiian Islands, the tiiidorniffic4 In prepare
to accept risks against Hre on Building, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery on the most fayor
able termi.. LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTKD AND IUYAlil.K II ERE
H. ID. jSXcIiitVi'G cfc Bro.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
G-roceries Provisions and Feed
EAST, CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Hoods received by every packet from the Eastern States mid Europe, .-'resh California
Produce by every steamer. All orders faithfully attended to, and foods delivered to any part of tb
city free of charge. Island orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. PostoHice Box No. U5 ;
Telephone No. 92. 80ap2I-8Cln
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Ti. B. K ERR,
Ham JiiMt netnruU from Europe
WITH A LARGE STOCK OP
JTew Goods and Materials
Of the Latest Styles and Patterns,
A'uich be is Prepared
LOWEST PRICES POSSIBLE
J O I I T
75 e - v-
At the Old Stand, No. 8 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN ALL THE LATEST IMPROVED
Stoves ' axicl HtLxiges,
Granite Iron Ware, Plain ami Nickel-Plated ;
Tin Ware, of all kinds ;
Lamps and Lanterm ; .
Plumbing, Tin, Copper
OF ALL KINDS,
XT A Variety of BVase Furaishiug Goods,
Axent fur the Hawaiian Islands.
to Make up iu the
X O T T
Rubber Hose ;
Galvanized Iron and Lead Pipe;
sheet Lead and Copper ;
Iron-Stone Drain Pipe.
and Sheet Iron Work,
too uumeroas to mention