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THE DAlL,y PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.
-ir i T7miTiinir Dl lilUJll-L 1 Small-Pox. In Quarantine. HoxoLi'LL', June 19, HVj. Uis ti'-tSlency W. M. Gibson, President of the Board of Health air: According to your instructions, I have this 19tb day of Jun, 1Si5, visited thi Japanese luimi gauts now in quarau tine at Maoliola. My object was principally to ascertain the nature of the dis ease for which they have been quarantined by your orders, and the uinher of cases affected. Kiiteilng the hospital, I fuund four patients, two suffering froci small-pox in the ordinary form, and two surtVrin from the same disease lu tbe confluent form. One of the latter is la a prectrf. ous condition. It is the last case segregated ny yesterday, the isth.and tbLs may prove fat.il. The others, under ordinary care, should recover. " After visiting tbe hospital, I visited a few im migrants, four In number, segregated yesterday evening on account of Indications of fever. So far they show no slgu of small-pox. My next step was to examine carefully the people who had been on th sick Hut during the voyage two children and some ten adults. In none of them could I detect any sign of eitter varioloid, measles, or other eruptive dtaea.se. I am positive In assuring your Excellency that they had I mean those pointed out to me neither measles nor varioloid during the voyage. One of the cases, a child vaccinated two or ihree weeks ago, had signs of cow-pox. Therefore I beg to report to your Excellency tint I consider the cases to be smull-pox, not nieasl' s or varioloid, and that th? Ntringnt measures you have enforced were imperious, and will no lio.ibt save the rommumiy from any con tagion. The person in -iinn;i-, Mr. luyto!i and Mr. Ke Holds, an' fully uliv..- t tlnlr duties There w ill, no do'i .t, he more cases deve lopet! ; hut 1 do not anticipate a very serious outbreak, lis fully one. fourth of th:- p-'.h' show undoubted shin? of previous ivfci-tion, mid ni;tiy others must have I i t n ree..r.-!ly i..pi.s.-d in their own country ,aud may b ther efor.- i-i-ietmi. If it was pos sible to gradually, separate, nil tiiose who show regular marks of sm tl!-jOX, ii iraiiline them for three or four days, and fumigate them, they illicit B:ife'y b transferred to tlie immigration depot. The balance might then be I'ivided Into two lot, mid one lot dismissed under proper con. ditions after the 1 Splays' quarantine, thus savlug time in liberating the whole. As it is, all staying together In abody.lt might be difllcult to liberate theru under six weeks or two months. I would also advise Your Excellency to have the ship visited every two or three days, and have every case of small-pox transferred immediately to the quarantine ground, thus saving time to the Miip. One more suggestion respectfully submitted is that a small house be set apart to receive such cases as suffer from other ailments than small, pox 1 have seen four cases so that they might receive dally attention from tap Superintendent. Yours respectfully, i. TKOVSSEAU. Published by order of the President of the Board of Ileulth. FKEP. II. IIAYNELDEX, Secretary Board of Health. TKKAKl'RY IKI"AKTMKXT, ) June 10, 1S35. j The following persons have been duly com missioned as Tax Assessors of this Kingdom: HAWAII. llo J L Kaulnkou Hamakua W A Haalilio N Kohala Z Kalai S Kohala - W Mahuka V Kiina J Kaelemakule S Kona O V P Kaeo Kau J no N Kapahu Puna'...' S VV Pa MAUI. Lahalna L Aholo Wailuku Geo E Klchardson Makawao Abr Fovnnnder liana W Kaai Molokal and Itnal S K Kupihea OA nr. Honolulu.. F II Hayselden Kwa and Waianue Junius Kaae Wauilua K Mahoe Koolauloa J no M Kaapu Koolaupoko Asa Kaulia KAUAI. I.ihue J Kala Kawalhau J K K Kaiwi Hanalei J Kakina Koloa S VV Obeda Waimea Geo Mundon Niibau J Kauai J NO. M. KAPENA, Jels-titdJtw Minister of Finance. I have this day appointed Mr. Hinal, Pound master lor the District of O'.owalu and Ukama barue, Island of Maui. JNO. O. DOMINIS, Governor of Maui. Oniee Governor of Maui, Lahaina, June 10. 1335. 2(i2-je2l Honolulu Tax Assessor's Xotlee. Fro.n and after July 1, 1SS5, the undersigned. Tax Assessor for the district of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, will be iu his oniee in the new building called Kapuaiwa, In the rear of Aliiolani Hale, on Monday, Thursday and Satur day of each week, during the month of July, between the hours of 8 a. m. and 12 noon, for the purpose of receiving the returns of all persons liable to taxatiou In this dis trict. All PKKsoxs liable to taxation are respect fully requested to make their returns as full, ex plicit and complete as possible, givlug number of street and area of land; stating frontage and depth on street, character of structure thereon, cost of same, to whom rented or leased, and length of lease, amount received per annum for such prop erty; property sold during the year, to whom and for what sum. state if there is any mortgage on the property; give date of mortgage, name of mortgagee and for what amount mortgaged. State property on hand In your possession belonging to others; merchandise on hand or consignment July 1, 1S55; cash in bank or agents hands same date, etc., etc. All rktcexs mist be mapk to tiik vndkk- KIUN-EU NOT LVTEK THAN JULY 31. ISM, OK SO appeals CAN BY law be wr.vsted, as the As sessor has full power to assess property after that date of which returns have not been made and sworu to before him prior to July 31st, at any valuation he may think proper, and from which assessment there can be no appeal. spkcial attention is herewith drawn by the undersigned to the fact that no return is valid in law unless sworn to before the Assessor, Notary Public or some other person authorised to admin ister oaths. Blank forms on which to make returns can be had daily during the mouth of July on application at the ofilce of the undersigned. FRED. H. HAYSELDEN, Assessor of Taxes For the District of Honolulu, Island of Oahu. Honolulu, June 17, 1333. 279-Jel7-6w Npcolal Sfoflce to Firemen ami Jlein ber of Voliinleer Companies. The unders!gned hereby gives special notice to all rlremen and members of volunteer companies that they rvust by law appear in person before him and claim their exemption from personal taxes or such exemption cannot be allowed. FltrJD. II. HAYsELDEX, Tx Assessor for District of Honolulu. Honolulu, Jute 17, Y.. 2.Q-J -17-Cw Tax Assrior's Special "otice. The undersigned hereby gives notice to all parties (whether resident of this or any other district la this Kingdom; having balance of cash iu bankers' or agents' hands in Honolulu that they will be assessed here for the same according to sworu returns made by said bankers or agents to the undersigned, and the tax on the same must be paid to the Tax Collector for Honolulu. Fit EI i. II. HAYSELDEN, Tax Assessor for District of Honolulu. -Honolulu, June 17, Iss-".. 2sl-j. 17-w I'tiase ! the Moon miriux May, D. H. M. ....IS 3 17 A.M. First quarter The Ititinx ami Ketlin;? of the Sun. The sun rises to-morrow morning at 5:17 o'clock. The sun sets this evening at 6:43 o'clock. VOKT OF HONOLULU, II. I. AICIUTALS. Friday, June l;. Stmr W (1 Hall, Bates, from Maui and Hawaii Strnr Waimanalo, NeHson, from Waimanalo Schr I.ealii, from Hanalei, Kauai Nchr Josephine, from Ewa IlEPAHIlKtS. Fkiday, June in. Stmr Waimanalo, tor Waiiaanalo Am brgtne C'laus Spreckels, Drew, for San Francisco Brit bark Tycoon, Kickaby, for Humboldt Bay Schr t'aterina, for Kalaeloa, Oahu Schr Felix, l'oley, lor San Francisco Vcx-ielH !.!: -in-; I'liU Day. stmr It Bishop. M.icaul.iy, for IlaiiaToa-ilu, Kilaiiea a:i i Husrd-'f, Kauai, via Waianae and W'aiahi.i, Oaloi, lit s (; i;i Am t in Vest i, J i.V.ier, for IV-it Townst irl, W T s;mr Ka; ii;l:tiii, for Ewa Schr Mile Mori' s, for Molokai Schr Leahi, for lialialei. Ke.uai iei J-,x ri-t I from i iireisii i'orlv. Am barl: Amy Turner, Ne.vell, fro:n l.o-t on, d:i.- J uly Jii--" i'.rit bark J upitcr, from I.iv. rjiool, due July 110 Steaoisl p Alai.ie !a ( Am. , 'i. i. M r.v. ifv,i San Fraiicivo, one Jao - J But balk Lizzie Ira-bdc, lioin Ol. u'.v, ilc.e October 30 Am balk Martha l-tvi, KB Itetiso, from New York via Bos on. due --:o!i r- S'l Am 'ern l Aa.J Vi ikmnn, from Sail Frmn is o via Huiii'ool .t Bay. due Jm.e -t -.0 P M S S A otralia (Br.t, K V C!n .-t, fr..-m the C'oionit s, en ro..te for nim l'raualco, due July . VISSKLS l EllDUB.. Brit bark Birmah, Wit:z, from l!h.vio . due April :0 French bark LiiiisIX, 1) Labour, froi New castle, NSW, due June 17 iki:k.v vj:ssi;i.s ix rour. Am bktne Khkitat, U D Cutler, from Port Townsend, V T Schr Jennie Walker (Haw), Anderson, from Fanmng's Island Brit bk Orients, A Hughes, from Liverpool Am bark Caibarlen, Hubbard, from San Fran cisco Jap 8 H Lamasbiu Mairu, Collier, from Yoka hama, Japan Hawaiian bark Hope, Penhallow, from Port Townsend. Am schr American JirI. from Navarro Kiver.. Cal lii r schooner Felix, Poley, from French Frigate shoals KXI'OItTS. For San Francisco, per brgtne C laus Spreckels, June ! V ti Irwin Co, 3,201 bags sugar; Castle t Cooke, J,-'i bugs sugar; H A Wideinann, li09 bags sugar; M S (irinbauiii Co. 1,217 bass sugar. Total sugar, 7,270 bags; total tonnage, ;vju tons. Domestic value, 43,0 is .Vi. ivvssexji:us. ARRIVAIJ5. From Kona, Kau, Keauhou and M.udaea. per V O Hall, June 19 Dr J H Hatch, MissCCGrles, Charles Hatcbkiss, Prof J S Emerson, II Saws, V II Lewis, P N Nakee, Len Fook Kee and 51 deck passengers. departures. For San Francisco, per brgtne Claus spreckels, June 19 James Morgan. SlIIl'I'IXG AOTKS. The schooner Felix sailed on June 19th for Situ Francisco. The Hawaiian schooner Jennie Walker is iu the stream undergoing graving. The Oceanic steamship Alameda is due next Monday from San Francisco. The schooner Leahl brought 500 bags sugar and 39 hides from Hanalei ou June 19th. The bark Oriente discharged 7 cases machinery, each averaging Z' tons, on June 19th. The schooner Josephine brought 179 bags rice, and the sloop Kahihllanl 300 bags rice from Ewa on June 19th. The steamer Waimanalo brought GOO bags sugar from Waimanalo on June 19th. The bark Caibarien bas been moved near the P. M. S. S. Co.'s wharf. She received sugar from the steamer Waimanalo on June 19th. The Hawaiian schooner Mana, under command of Captain A. Lovell, will sail for the South Seas about the latter end of this month. Two natives employed on the bark Oriente had their knees and feet fractured by a box, which fell into the hold where they were working, on the 19th instant. The American three-masted schooner Vesta, Captain J. Fisher, will sail to-day in ballast for Port Townsend, She finished discharging her lumber on June 19th. The steamer W. ti. Hall brought 4,5 J:t b;tss sugar, IH bags awa, 7 bags coffee, 62 packages ramie, 12 hides, 2 horses, 3 packages goatskins and 117 packages sundries from windward ports. Purser Simonson reports very rough weather. 'Aunt Sally" Iluidec!. The "Aunt Sally" arrangement of dolls, which for a few da3's has been in operation on Fort street, has been closed by tbe myr miclona of the law. No more can the un sophisticated native, or the speculative white man indulge in the highly intellectual pastime of flinging balla at ah array of frightful dolls, lured on to the expenditure of dimes by the chance of now and again knoekinR over an efiigv of the gentler sex, by the promise if he docs so of having a cigar of portentous strength and marvel lous cheapness presented him. No more can the gentle hoodlum loaf about the room while the game is going on. Cluued are the doors of this temple of chance, and thoe who would fain tempt the fickle goddess, Fortune, will have to do so in the haunts of the Chinese lottery deal&rs, or at the grab bag of the next church fair. The followiug pretty mathematical puzzle is published for tbe pupils iu our public schools to exercise their talents upon; A. has 50 apples, B. has 30, anJ C. has 10. How can they sell all their apples so that each shall receive a uniform price per apple and tat the amount received by each shall be the same? Veful I'lant and Seeds. J The '-Planters' Moiithlv'' for Juno Cuu- ! taiiis a letter addressed t Mr. Jaeger fri'm : the Director of Public Gardens and Plahra- 1 t i jii at (rjrdon Town, Jaiuak'a. Y. I., in- ; cloning the f jli').int; list of s?els and plants J .sent through Mr. J. Marsdcn, who, during J his r-.-ctnt virit to the Uaitcd States, wtnt ; on tu Jamaica to procure mongoose aud ; some valuable plants and seeds. The nuru- ' ber in each case follows the name: I Cacao, 12 Nutmeg, 21 Cardamom. 4 Cinnamon. 0 Cinnamon, best va riety, a Akee.'c Ginger, G t Tumeric, C Kola nut, G Coca, 3 Sweet orange, G Divi Uivi, 6 Pimento, 1 Cane wood, 3 Brazil nut, 3 .Mandarin orange, 6 Uiggarean orange, 3 Shaddock, 3 There was also 27 SaDpan wood, 6 Libcrian Cotlte, 3 Rose wood, 3 0 Jfiiinie, :i Vanilla, 3 Nasfcberry,3 Garcinia pictoric, C Sarsaparilla, 3 No. 11 Mango, 3 Eist Indian Mango, 3 Malay apple, 3 Wax Iambo, 3 L 'at, 3 Car aba, 3 i. ..jul cherry, 2 mut, 3 Jack fruit, 1 Alligator pear, 2 Hay Hum tree, 6 varieties of seeds. It will be seen that the above list embraces some very choice trees, and we are pleased to learn from Mr. Jaeger that almost all have survived the journey and promise to rlo well. Mr. Marsuen experienced con siderable difficulty on the Isthmus in pro curing transportation for tho plants and mongoose, as the rolling stock of the road from Panama had been destroyed by the forces engaged in fighting for the control of the Isthmus. In spite of the detention, however, the loss among the plants is small, all but about twenty coming through in healthy condition. Of the mangoes sent, one of the kind marked as "No. II," which is said to be a very choice variety, is alive, and in time will afford grafts which can be grown on our more common kinds. The coca is another valuable tree, the fruit being eaivit as a grateful and harmless to.ic. the ir.iv.v; pu..-c.-.-iii cmimuv-- proper tit in lt'.ca;.c- :f t'.f . n. Tii:ri- aiv many luc- tllW'gS i.iSi-.:llg il.O s-.-c ds tl t, itlld we i. 'j V i!iar i;i :i -Sort tiui Mr. Jaeger ill o.it c iii.'.ny -f t iu pl.t. its gr.i..v".u, and thai In s s.v:j)iiii,:i t will !r;,vc a valuable, and la.-..iij-; ,i tip .luce)-; uf ilii; Kingdom. .' i' Vl A i. ; Ala.ii:-, I. .iii;,i' at li il:i:ic:. liunti . .1 i ti i n Kauai states that -Mr. Ii. A. J... ccanincnccd i-ici:!iijj a i: w at Kilauca, Kau.ii, un the site id lu: former one, !ii-ii was w.islicd a'ay ah i-.it throe iiioii t'.:s litjo. A p- v-rfiil d:.u.y etiiuo iias iitcii s tationed at the landing for the p.iip'i;,:; of hauling :l:iies from ili: c'.iarry. Toe iih.- f the- landing wii. I.e. mason w;rk of Portland cenieut, anil on ihc weaiher tide heavy .ini'ncrs will be erected as feuders. btones weighing about rive tons each will be laid at an angle of 45 degree to break the force of the sea. When this laud ing is completed a railroad track will bu connected with the warehouse for the pur pose of conveying suirar to the landing. Mr. It. A. Macfio is superintending the work himself, and it will be completed within two months. This landing will undoubtedly be tho best on th; island of Kauai. leatl of Mr. 11. C. Austin. Wo regret to chronicle the death, cu Thursday evening last, of Mr. Kobert C. land Austin, in tlie 3Sth j-ear of his age. 1 ,n deceased had HuttVi-od fur somo. time p.. si with aneurism, which, within the last fe,v weeks developed very rapidly and eaus-.i his death. Hi; was educated wifh bin brother, lately deceased, iu the school of Air. Ingra'iain, and from an early age occupi. il positions of trust in this community. F.r the past two years he was one of tha Custom House guards, and did his work faithful'y and well. He was a member of Engine Company No. 2, and the flags of the Depart ment, as well as the flag at the Custom House, were displayed at half-mast yester day. Their Majesties the King and Queen paid a visit of condolence to the family of the deceased yesterday. Th fanpral will take place on Sunday next from the late residence" of the deceased. Excursion Trip to tlie Volcano. The excursion party which expects to leave here for the volcano next Tuesday evening in the Kinau will undoubtedly hava a good time. Mr. Wilder informs us that those who wish to see as much as possible in the shortest possible time can take the steamer for Kahului on Monday evening and arrive there early the next morn ing. They can then breakfast while the train goes to Wailuku, and on its return get on board and visit. Sprackelsville while the train goes ou to Paia. They can then ride to Wailuku and visit the Valley of Iao, be fore doing which they can take dinner. Returning to Wailuku, the tourists can spend the evening quietly until miduight, when they will be taken across to Maalaia Ray, and there go n board the Kinau for Hawaii and the volcano. The whole cost of this side trip will be only 510. foi. About Pineapple. Oar old friend Maxwell, who is located now in South Kona, Hawaii, has sent to the Aeyektiseb office a box of very fine pine apples, grown by himStear the store l e has charge of. He writes that the fruit is not grown in sufficient quantity to make it worth whilo to ship it to Honolulu for a market, but that any quantity could bn supplied if there was a sufficient demand for it. The experiment has been tried in th Kona district of preserving the fruit and shipping it to the Coast, but we believe it did not pay. The rats destroy a great deal of the best of the fruit, and we are of the J opinion that the pineapple patches are just j the places where the mongoose might be j placed to advantage. Now the natives who j own the patches gather only the fruit that' grows ou the extreme edges, it bein j too much trouble to get at that in the ' middle. Iu the Police Court yesterday tin re na, lit tit ding. Oliphaut, who had been re manded on the charge of assault and but ten, was discharged, as tlie prosecution discon tinued the suit. Vaiiincio d'Almeid.i. who was charged with the larceny of sundry articles, the property of Messrs. Hackfeld, rduger and Muller. was defended by Mr. Joua. Austin, who asked tkat his clie.st lie reprimanded and discharged, as 'the whole affair was a trifling matter. His Honor, however, thought differently, and sentenced the defendant to 30 days' imprisonment with hard labor. An appeal was noted to the Intermediary Court. 3.drertisements. 'The requirements for a Brandv likeiv to be of any medical use are a'.l pre-ent in that auppiied by Mt-ssr. J. K. Pel.'lsson A Co." Vi le Public Hea'.ta. U ii cole red. Unsweetened, PrDa Old Brandy. Bottled at Cognac, for Medicinal and Domestic Uses, as Analysed. V We call the attention of all readers to the following extract from the AuutsU' Reports and Opinions of the Press : Laboratory. Grtshain House, 24 Uulborn Viaduct, London. E. C. ' This brandy 1 a pure grare spirit, remarkably rich In fragrant ethers ; contains a large uiuiuut of tin niu , derived from storing in oak casks, wh-ch imparts to One olj brandy oi.e of us valuable medicinal properties, and will be of the greatest vaiue to tue physician m those numerous cases where pure French brandy Is the must useful of all medicines. EDMUND K. soLTHHY, M.K.C.S., F.C.S." lhe only two nmtluie shipped "Seven and Ten Tears Old" can be had in one dozen cases. FEEETH & PEACOCK, 207 dawtf Sole Agents for the llnivaliau Islands. DISINFECTANTS. Carbolic? Vcid Huniett's Fluid. Labarrque's Solution, Carbolic Powder, A FULL LINE OF THE ABOVE FOlt SALE HY SON, SMITH ' & 113 and 115 Fort Street. J'-l.'!S'.Sr i SAN JOSE, the i n.i'ri:; f a NO. 83 HOTEL STItEET. MH. II. J. 11 A HT TAKES liltK VT l'J.KASCRK in uiiiniiiiK'iii to the imhiic that he will rr- open th.- New Ice I'rwiiii I'arior.x, on ednes- j day. Ma- -Tih, :i- p. in., ju iiie-iiti ui the former i i l.tce, which w..! it s;i:. ed, ly lire ou llie -'Uh of J;oi-.i:ir . The in .v fell v i . .-I n i- el --iinlix U ! ! Up, :.lid tit.ste- . , . i . Apt-liM' IKt." .lil-ii ;ti-n to i in;,:..- ti.e 1. it I : i'n tii r..r.ors truiy a lirst i l.i.-..s !: . t. ry cii'oi t w i.l he nuiUe and care t:tn.. o to U 1' ii!- t.i- h JJh r putatiou of tile K 1.1$ A i 1.1) 11LITK ICK CItEAM, h! !. v :. i a !e in xreat variety, and the Li. ..-t .n-;:.-..i. li . oi in,:, in fift the purest and t.ie l M. Alou. l-'r-ucd, late of the Palace and (Irand H.t-Is of S oi I'litiici.i- o. hns heeii spei i iliy en-Kai-d Ii r our Ice (.'ruini and tu..stry D.-piti tiiu-n t. The follow iiuf creams VaidllK, Leuion, Straw h, rry, IVa.-h, Almond, foff-e, (.lico;at.-. ilraues, Pineapple, tc, etc. Sherbets and Ices. KAiuiliesMiid parties supplied with our celebrated ice cream. Ladies can huve their home-made i-rfti. frozen at reasonable prices. Orders received ut short notice will he carefully and promptly attended to. Cukes baked to order. KOBfalKTS' choicest candies received fresh bv everv steamer, and constantly on hand. Coffee, Tea and Chocolate Berved at all hours. Ice Cream Drinks made to order in any stjle. Soda Water, (linger Ale and Tahiti JLemonade. A large nssortment of Shells, Corals, Volcanic i Specimens, Tapas ana jjenerat ismna curios The public are most cordially iuvited to Inspect our large and varied stock. I take this occasion to thank the public of Hono lulu for their previous liberal patronage, and solicit a continuance of the mime. Very respectfully, H. J. HART, Proprietor of the Elite Ice Cream Parlors. King up Telephone No. 1S2. 2H-tf FOE S--LE! THE Honolulu Almanac AM) DIRECTORY. AN OFFICIAL AXI) Business Directory of Honolulu, TOGETHER WITH FILL uuidiiim a utiaiui liiivjiiiu Belatiiits to the Ihn'n Islnuds. For Sale by J.M.Oat, Jr., & Co AM) AT The P.C. Advertiser Office. PRICE, FIFTY CTS. PEE COPY Honolulu, January -7. 1SS5. . . Graild rjlltertclllUlieilt ! KAWAIAHAO CHURCH, SatUllil V EVCllillg. .1 UMJ 20tll l MON FAdUK TURNER CONCERT. MISS ANSIS MONTAGUE. MR. CHAULWs TCliSEit. Assisted by II . It. II. Princess Liliui.k-ilani. and under the patronage of Their MnJi'Mies the King and Queen. A full chorus of native voices will as --1st Miss : Ann i.i Montague in a sony composed by II. K. II. J Princess Liliuokalani. j MKS. J. E. vvISE MAN has Klmlly ronseiited to sing. Reserved seats at Teman's. Doors opeu at 7:30 o'clock. Concert commences at 8 o'clock. ADMISSION, ?1. - GALLERY, 50 cents. Z75jel7-19-2 ICE CREAM mm copperas, Etc., Itc, TCtc. CO., je27 CAL., U. S. A. Kotice to the Public. AVE TAKK PI.KASUKK IN ANNOUNCING It to the public tluit, in Hilnitiou to our l'ASTKY AN1J CONFt-CHO.NKUY hiisiiiess, we will open un ice Cream, tarloi, I (Which llM l-eli tllt-'l to Mill I lie 1 dreiiHU.e j of our til'.st-i la.sM tliile:, on SAiUIfDAY. Al'l'.IL '5' !. Our Crenms will lie of sfl'UlilOfc .JAI.ITV only, h-iug .n ide of lit inline I t.'ua eipjily of K-liicli vv- huve pi cured trom the -'oo.il.iwn i xii . (-'ruin .iniili-K furnish' d ua. -iiieiihle to giiiiiiiniee tlie i-si timliiy of Ice t . .-ji. The following i "h !oi.iit i f IieOreuaiui Jnerhero xvlii he iiiiuisiie'l ou cur i pi iilni; ih. SATLil li.W. Ai-lill. iVl'lf: ICK Cill'Ail- Vanilla, I.emon, Chocolattf, Coffee, fine Aii!e, -tra berry, Ci-flf -e lihice. SIIEKUKItTs t)rane, istrawbi-rry. We are also prepared to furnish Ice Cream to parties, dinners, etc., and to customers at their homes. Our Parlors will be op-n every day and evening, except .Sunday. Parties desiring Ice Cream on Sunday must give their orders for the same on Saturdays belore 9 o'clock I". M. The Cream will he delivered before 10 A. M. Sunday mornings, packed so as to keep hard eight hours. Hoping to get a share of public patronage In this line of our business, and thanking the public for their liberal favors In the past, we remain respectfully, MELLER & HALBE, 91-ap"il-tld&w Llaoolu Blo.k, King street "OOMKW BOUGE" EXTRA DRV llnPIIRTATinHiNlSSj 84423 V&i G. W. MACFARLANE & CO., Cor. Fort & Queen Sts., nONOI.l'LV.'II. I. Sole Acittn lortliis Favorite nraiid.of champ; ! tf A w BUSINESS I V COLLEGE. ?i Vnst Street Nrur K.-.r.-.jf X" n ', aJMtL... CnL. J- -M tirliii, ICctiiil Dealer in Vt'lnc ami I.if)Mor, U'AIMKl', MALI. MH. M A It I.I N HEus CO ASNol'SCE THAT he is now prepared to open his house to the public, and will conduct the same as a thoroughly hrst-class establishment. A Refreshment Saloon umi Lodslns; Accommoilatiorn connected with tbe premises, and no pulns will be spared fo- the comfort of guests. A choice assortment of Ales, Wines, Liquors and Cigars constantly on hand. 83-auldAw H )Kn.V.-,f 6T AND 69 HoTKl. STK KT CAM "SrVliolesale and. Reuiil u r. ci.- A complete Uoe of Choic Oroceries wlways on fccud. Fresh iJooJ conCi.unl'y cu lii" wy. IsltLod Butter always oti Laud. Lowc-st possible prices. Keroac Oh a speclulty. Jcxs dcllvervil free of charge. Telephone Xo. 240 : P. O. Iox C'JT. 7TpW-S6-Iim DISINFECT! Carbolic Vcid, Carbolic Powder, Chloride Lime, Copjjoras, Sulplmr. BURNETT'S DISINFECTING SOLUTION SOLUTION CHLORINATED LIME, SOLUTION CHLORINATE, tiOA, SOLUTION CHLORIDE ZINC. A large supply of the above disinfectant ou hand at HOLLISTER & CO.'s Nnuaxra Sti eot. co-apii'so Fort Street. S. J. LEYEY &' CO. Jlave just ,I:irs f Cider Jelly Apple Iiutter and Oregon Cluunpourtm Cider. 'Ijv iu c3 tMinit ::.'. Grooeriti? Pioric5ioii.s. and. Leed. i;ast oouxkr vuur am kixii tue -:vs. New lio iN r,i-eived by every paciii-t fr iui the l: ut -i' i -tit-s.iiil Xiti-ope. 'r -xh C'liltornia I'ruduce by i-v.-ry nieu-ner. Ad oi-iler fa.t:ifuily ilt m led t.. ail i ,o N 1 . -! i v. rid lo any m t f 1 he city free of charge. Island or I rs s ill-.-il.;.!. s.,tUf irliu g i ir.i.il.- d. 1'ontolUee llox No. 144 ; Telephone No. Vi. S0ap21-Shm J O i l N c -. yWpj - "wr At the Old Stand, No. 8 Kaahum-u rl , 'ionolulu, JMPORTEB AND DKALElt IN AM. TH E f.ATIWlIMPI.OVED Stoves and. Ranges, Granite It on Ware, Plain and Nlckel-I'lated ; Tin Ware, of all Kinds; Chandeliers ; Lamps and Lanterns ; Pumps ; Plumbing, Tin, Copper OK ALL KINDS, A Variety of House Furn shin Ooods. !o varioim tn mention. WILDER fe CO., IMPORTKRS AND DKALURS IN Ln:m."bex and. Coal, Doors, Sash and Blinds. All kinds of IIUILDKKS' HAItUWAUK, Paints, Oils, Ota, Jlattimr Corrugated Iron, Portland Cement; STEEL NAILmuch suj-.-rlor to Iron, and coat but Mttl mre- 231.my23.lr . i ' 2U3 MAIN ST., ( VV. KM KH.l-IiOor VI HA DISINFECT! received, 99 and I )iii'ioiir. 1-J I f vn! ni;..-,:::s i O TT; :m i "1 -mm- "" Iluhber IIo.se ; Galvanized Iron and Lead Pipe; Sheet Lead and Copper ; Iron-Stone Drain Tipe. and Sheet Iron Work, ATTENDED to. ap2-37-ocl COMMERCIAL WORK. Arth tic Co far Prin tin 2 . r i , I - PHOTO-CN GRAVING ii