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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, FEBRUARY 24, 1886.
: ) . .: i; I r 1 BY AUTHORITY. la order tb&t tlier may tr no delay in closing the account at the Hawaiian Treasury for the fl.ical perloJ ending Marcli 31, 1S6G, all persona bavlnjc moneys on account of tbe Government are requested to make return promp'ly, and all em ployees of the Government, or other person to whom moneys may be due, re also requested to present vouchers for settlement on or before the 31st of March, ls-iG. F. . PRATT, 603dAwmar:il Registrar Public Accounts. Tender M'auted for Lighting the Streets of the City or Honolulu. Sealed tenders will be received at the Interior Office till 12 o'clock noon of Saturday, March 13, 1SX6, for keeping In repair and lighting the street lamps of the city of Honolulu, now numbering oue hundred and eighty-live (15) more or less, for the term of three (3; year from March lSlti, proximo. The bids will he for each lamp per mouth, with the understanding that the number may be changed, aa circumstances may require, at the pleasure of the Marshal. The contractor will be paid monthly, on the last day of each calendar month, on the written cer tlflcate of the Marshal or his Deputy that the ser vice has been satisfactorily performed. A bond in the penal sum of two thousand live hundred dollars (2,300) with approved surety will be required as a guarantee of the fulfillment of the terms of the contract. Teuders should be plainly marked on the outside of the envelope, ''Tenders for street lighting." The Minister of the Interior does not bind bun nelf to accept the lowest or any tender. CHAM. T. OULICK, Minister of the Interior. Interior OQloe, February 8, 1888. fcbS-tf TOUT OF HONOLULU, II. 1. ABBIVALM. Ti'ksdat, February 2S. atmr W O Hall, Bates, from 3Iaui and Hawaii Htinr James Makee. Weir, from Kami Htmr C K Bishop, Macauley, from Hamakua, Hawaii DEPART I' REM. Tuksday, February 23. Klmr Iwalanl. Freeman, for Kauai, at 5 p m Htm Lehua, Davies, for Uamakua, Hawaii, via Mahukona. at 5 P m Ktmr Kilauea Uou. Wlesl,arth, for Hamakua' at 5 d m Brit bark Chlleoa, J Davies, for Han Francisco at 12 noon Am bark Virginia, Pettigrew, for San Francisco at 6 a m Am bktne Eureka, J Lee, for San Francisco at 11 a m Schr Rainbow, for Koolau tschr Ehukal, for Wainlua Schr Kauikeaouli, for Kohaia Veels I.envlnar To-Day. Stair akelike, Lorenzen. for Kahului, at 5 p m Slmr James Makee, Weir, for Kapaa, Via Walanae. at 2 p m Am brgtne John D Spreckels, C Frils, for San Francisco at 2 p m Schr Walmalu, for Iupahoehoe FUKEIU.V VKJiXEI.? IX POUT. Am bktne Eureka, J Tf, from San Francisco Am bktne Joiiii Smith, Kustei, from Newcastle, NSW Haw tern Ki Au Hon, Lovell, from Jaluit, S S I Am schr Canute, JohannusMeii, from Sun Fran cisco Bark Virginia, rottlTrc-W, from Newcastle, N H W Haw brig Alli liowe, J ISiIi.ips, from . Hong kong Brit bark t'hilena. Uavles, from Liverpool Am bktne Forest Queen, J C M Winding, from Han FrancLsco Am bktne John Worster, tJ Kittschen, from Newcastle. NSW Am blc Majestic. Alex Bergman, from Port Townseod. W T Am bktne W H Dlmond, H C Houdlette, from ben Francisco Am barken tine Mary Winkleman, C Backus, fro in San Francisco Am bktne George C Perkins, II Ackerman.from Port Townsend, W T Am bgtne Courtney Ford, Miller, from Newcas tle, NSW -.-MMels Expeeted rroiu Foreign Ports. Am bark Hope, DW P Penhallon, from Port Townsend, W T, due Mar 15-31 Brit bark Natuma, from Glasgow, due March iO-31 Brit ship Stirlingshire, Alexander, from Liver pool, via Madeira, doe March 25-31 Am bktne Nellie M Hlade, from New York, due April 15-30 Brit bark Tycoon from Sydney via Newcastle, N W, due, March 1-15 Am bk Sonoma, Howes, from Newcastle, N S W, due February 1S-28. Brit bark Lapwing, De Gruchy, from Liverpool, due May 20-31 Nor bk Cap, Christiansen, from Newcastle, N S W, due April 1-10. Brit bk Star of Devon, from Newcastle, N S W, due March 15-31. Havv schr Jennie Walker, B Anderson, from Fannlug's Island, due Feb 2023 Am bark Ceylon, K Calhoun, from Hongkong, due April 1-20 Am schr Anna, Robertson, from San Francisco, for Kahului, Maul, due Feb 23-23 Am tern Eva, J O W'ikuian, from San Francisco, ie Feb 25-2$ Haw brig Hazard. W O Godman, from San rancisco, due at Hllo, Hawaii, Feb 26-2i Am tern V S Bowne, A II Paul, from San Fran cisco, due March 2-10 Am brgtne W J Irwin, II N Turner, from San Francisco, due March 1-10 Am bark Caibarlen, W II Hubbard, from San Francisco, due March 5-15 OSS George W Elder, from San Francisco, due March 7-8 German bark Furst Bismarck, from Bremen, due Jun 1-20 U B M S Triumph, Balrd, from Esqulmault, due March 25-31 II B M S Heroine, from Callao, S A, due March 25-3 1 HUMS Satellite, from Callao, S A, due March 25-31 EXPORTS. For San FrancLsco, per bark Chilena. February 23 j Theo H Davies & Co, 9,451 bags sugar: C Brewer & Co, 2,303 bags sugar; Castle fc Cooke, 5,2i6 bags sugar. Total sugar, 16.U6S bag; total tonuage, l,10t tons; domestic value, $92,27 1 07. For San Francisco, per barken tine Eureka, February 23d II Hackfeld A Co, 5,603 bags sugar: O Bolie, 1,131 bags suar; W S Sproull. S25 bags nugar; J T Waterhouse, 597 bags sugar; M S Grin baum & CO, 560 bags rice. Total sugar, 7,656 bags; tout tonnage, 47V tons; domestic value, f 15,050. For San FrancLsco, per steamship Australia, February 22d H Uackleld fc Co, 6,907 bags sugar; E UofTschlaeger Jt Co, 971 bags sugar; C Afong, 2,673 bags sugar; Sine Cbong, 151 bags 6ugar and 140 bags rice; Z S Meyers, 161 bags awa; O J Campbell, 174 bunches bananas; Brown fc Co, 109 bunches bananas; C E lienson, 406 bunches bananas. Total sugar, 10,692 bags; total bananas, 6s 9 bunches; domestic value, f57,314 50. PASSEXOEUS. ARRIVALS. From windward ports, per steamer W G Hall, Vebruarv 23d His MaiestV the King, Colonel C II Judd, Hon J It Kaulukou, Hon J K Nabale, Captain Kahalewai, Lieut J K Solomona, C W Sptlli, W Wolters, L A Andrews, A II Smith, F J Chapman, J Kothwell, Thomas Lucas, II M land lord, O P Smith and 13 deck passengers. From the Volcano. A Brown, A L Browu, Col N R Burl ton. Col W H Wilson, M Crawford, Sam Kay and son. From Hamakua, Hawaii, per steamer C R Bishop, February 23d J W McGuire and two daughters and 7 deck passeugers. DEPARTURES. For Hamakua, Hawaii, per steamer Kilauea i IIou, February 23d B II Austin. For San Francisco, per bktne Eureka, February 23d L O MacMillan. For Kauai, per steamer Iwalanl, February 2:id His Excellency Governor V P Kauoa.Miss Kanoa, J N S Williams, Miss A Drvier, Miss A H Love and about 100 deck passengers. NIIIPPIXU NOTE. The steamer James Makee returned from Kauai February 23d with 2,530 bags sugar, which were put Into the Oceanic Company's warehouse. She sails gala at noon to-day. The British bark Chilena, the American bark Virginia and barkeotine Eureka took to Sao Fraa clco February 23d 43,740 bags sugar and 50 bags j rice, weighing 2,775 tons, and valued at (252,649 34. j The steamer W. O. Hall, Captain Bates, arrived J from windwara ports February 23d with 4,541 j bas sugar, 207 bags awa, 13 bags coffee, 14 pigs, I 570 goal skins, 63 hides, 112 packages sundries, 2 horses and 2 asses, Reports fine weather along her route. The bark Forest Queen and barkeatine John Smith have finished unloading their cargo and have commenced taking In sugar for Han Fran. Cisco. The American brlgantlne John I. Spreckels, Captain Friis, will leave the Oceanic Company' dock at 2 p. m. to-day with about ii,'M0 bags sugar and 600 bags rice for San Francisco. The steamer Llkelike sails this afternoon for Kahului, Maui. The repairing of the machinery of the steamer Kapiolani has been completed. .She went out on a trial trip February 23d. ine barkentines John Worster and Mary Wio kelman were docked February 23d to discharge their cargo of coal. The steamer C. K. Bishop brought 3,735 bags sugar frooi Hamakua, nawali, February 23d. Re ports rough weather. The schooner Canute sails to-morrow for Hllo, Hawaii, and the tern Ke Au Hou for Koua and Kau , Hawaii. The steamer Iwalanl took a smokestack 63 feet long for Kekaha, Kauai, February 23d. She had four new double-berth staterooms built on deck. The Iwalanl w 111 make a circuit of Kauai this trip, and will also call at Xllhaa. Supreme Court. AT CHAMBERS BEFORE JCDD, C. J. Tuesday, February 23d. In the estate of Benjamin F. Bolles, late of Honolulu, deceased. The Court examined the accounts of Charles IIus tace and Mrs. Eliz. C. Bolles, executors, and deferred jassing upon them until the return of Benjamin F. Bolles, Jr., one of the legatees under the will, from Maui. John II. Wood vs. B. F. Dillingham, bill in equity for siecific performance. Defendant is allowed to . amend his abswer by insertion of two words. To day had been previously set for hearing the merits of the case, but by consent of both parties hearing is continued, owing to the absence of material witnesses. YV. A. Whiting and Kinney &. Peterson for plaintiff, S. B. Dole and F. M. Hatch for defendant. In the estate of Faul Kanoa of Hono lulu, deceased. Application of the ad ministrators for license to sell certain real property to pay the debts of the estate. The Court, after hearing counsel in the matter, granted prayer of the peti tioners. The property proposed to be sold is the homestead of the deceased, situate in Honolulu, on King street, oppo site the Palace yard. In view of the pro posed widening of Merchant street on the one side of said lot, it is probable that the Government will purchase the same. W. A. Whiting for petitioners. The case of E. B. Thomas vs. C. T. Gulick, Minister of the Interior, was continued until 1 p. m. to-day, when ar gument of counsel will be heard on de murrer. Defendant pleads to the juris diction and claims that the plaintiff's remedy is at common law. Cecil Brown for plaintiff; Taul Neumann, Attorney General, for defendant. I. Ahlo et als. vs. Lee Kan ct als. The Master's report was confirmed, and the Court signed a decree authorizing the receiver herein, V. V. Ashford, to collect fresh contributions from solvent partners of Quong Man Yuen Co. to pay towards liabilities of said company as follows: I,. Ahlo to pay $1,652 92, Ho Sam to pay $820 46 and Acheong to pay $820 40, less amounts to their credits. BEFORE MR. JUSTICE PRESTON. J. Thillips vs. G. J. Waller, malicious injury. The Court hears counsel, and de nies motion for new trial filed by plaint iff, to which exceptions are noted. Paul Neumann for plaintiff, appellant ; W. A. Whiting for defendant. In Jona. Austin et al. vs. C. Brewer & Co., heard j-esterday, the Court renders an oral decision that on plaintiffs under taking not to bring another action for the matters covered by the suit at bar, they may withdraw their bill. Ashford & Ashford for plaintiffs ; F. M. Hatch for defendants. Kuanoni et al. vs. R. F. Bickerton et al., certiorari. The Court suggests to plaintiffs that their proper remedy is to move to vacate the judgment in the case. Ltd vs. Kuanoni et al. J. A. Magoon for plaintiffs; L. K. Kane for Lui, one of the defendants. Police Conn. BEFORE POLICE JUSTICE BICKERTON. Tuesday, February 23d. Haleoli, H. T. Schmidt and Wahine aukai had each to pay $0 for drunken ness. W. More was charged with vio lating rule 20 of the express regulations. SamMacy, Hack Inspector, found More 's express outside the Hawaiian Opera House last evening with a boy in charge. More was inside attending the perform ance. He was remanded for judgment until the 24th. II. S. Scrimgeour was sent on the reef for seven days for disorderly conduct. Sam Ku, for assault and battery on Hop See, was fined $5 and $1 40 costs. Ah Chew was fined $0 and $1 GO costs for violating rule 6 of the express regu lations. Ah Man and Ah Pau were found guilty of having opium in possession and fined $50 each with twenty days imprisonment at hard labor. John Hapa was discharged for assault and batterv on Wahineaukai. The Merrymakers. Wash Norton and his trou pe of Merry makers leave by the Likelike this after noon for Wailuku, Maui. After giving a series of performances there they will go on to Kohala, Hawaii, returning in time to give a couple of performances before leaving by the Mararoa, due March 14th from the Colonies, en route to San Fran cisco. At these final performances Mr. Norton will introduce several new illu sions and spiritual seances. A matinee will be given for the benefit of the children. 3&&misrnun:s. ANNUAL MEETING NOTICE. THE AXNTAL MEETING OF THE STOCK holders of the People's Ice and Kefrigerat log Company (-limited, will be held on the 2d prox. at 2 p. m. at their omce on tort street. j. m, Secretary P. I. and K. Co. Honolulu, February 22, 130. Mjiaari J0SI1UA HENDY jXach.irie "Wroxks BTo. 35 to 51 F rem out Street. Manufacturers of New and dealtrs in Second hand Boiles, Engines and Mndiinery Of Every Description. nave constantly in stock New and Second-hand WOOD-WORKING MACHINERY, MACHINISTS' TOOLS, IRRIGATING AND PUMPING MACHINERY, PIPING, PIPE-FITTINGS, ETC. Catalogues and price lists forwarded upon appli cation. fe23-ly G. M. Josselyn & Co., Importers and Wholesale Dealers In Ship Chandlery, 3H ami 40 Market St., Snu I'rnnriseo. Agents for Taunton Sheathing Metal Manufactur ing Company. ."- fei'Hy Executors and Trustee's Sale OF- EEAL ESTATE Notice is hereby given that, hy order of Alexander J. Cartwright, Sr., the Executor and Trustee of the last will and testament of Emma Kaleleonalaui, deceased, and uu der license of the Snpreme Court, we are authorized to sell at public auction, at our salesroom, on Queen street, in the city of Honolulu, on Tuesday, March 23, 188G, At 12 o'clock noon, all the right, title and interest of the said Emma Kaleleonalani, of, in and to the following described lands : 1. The Ahupuaa of WAIAIJA 1. situate in Kona, Island of Hawaii, and containing an area of 273? acres, and being more par ticularly described in Royal Patent 1,930. 2. The land known aa KOLOAKIU, sit uate in Waipio, District of Hamakua, Island of Hawaii, containing an area of 36 GO 100 acres, and being Apana 3 of Royal Patent 1.6G5, Land Commission Award 8,515 13. 3. The land situate at KULAHUIIU, La haina, Maui, containing an area of 4 468-1210 acres, and described in Roval Patent Grant 482. 4. The Ahupuaa of TJLAIXO, situate in the District of Koolau, Island of Maui, and being the same as appears by Royal Patent 2,237, Land Commission Award 8,518 B. Area unknown. 5. That certain piece of laud situate at FU1WA, Honolulu, Oahu, and containing an area of 55-100 of an acre, and being more particularly described in Royal Patent Grant 2,400. C. That certain land situate at KAHULUI, Kona, Hawaii, containing an area of 1 9-10 acres, and more particularly described in Royal Patent 6,277 A, Land Commission Award 7,496 B. 7. Those certain pieces of land situate at PUAKO, Lahaina, Maui, and containing an area together of 1H acres, and being Apanas 4 and 5 of Royal Patent 6,777, Land Com mission Award 5,483. 8. That certain land situate at PUEHU EHU, Lahaina, Maui, and containing an area of 23 perches, and being described in Royal Patent 1,707, Land Commission Award 6,875. 9. The Ahupuaa of KAHULUI, situate in Kona, Island of Hawaii, and being Apana 2 of Royal Patent 1,669, Land Commission Award 8,516 B. Area unknown. 10. The Ahupuaa of Kp.lama, situate in Kona, Island of Hawaii, and being Apana 2 of Royal Patent 1,609, Land Commission Award" 8,516 B. Area unknown. 11. The Ahupuaa of PAHOEHOE, situate in Kona, Island of Hawaii, and being the same as described in Land Commission Award 8,519 B. Area unknown. 12. The Ahupuaa of WAIAKA 1, situate at Waimea, District of South Kohala, Island of Hawaii, and being Apana 1 of Royal Patent 1,666, Land Commission Award 8,516 B. Area unknown. 13. That certain piece of land situate in PAKALA, Lahaina, Maui, and containing an area of 1 acre 22 perches, and being described in Royal Patent 1,876, Land Com mission Award 8,519 B. 14. That cerAin piece of land situate in PAKALA, Lahaina, Maui, containing an area of 38-100 of an acre, and described in Royal Patent 1,196, Land Commission Award 10,427. 15. That certain land situate at MAKILA, Lahaina, Maui, containing an area of 7S4 acres, and described in Royal Patent 1,112, Land Commission Award 10,427. 16. That certain land situate in MAKILA, Lahaina, Maui, containing an area of 1 rood 19 rods, and described in Royal Patent 3,537, Land Commission Award 10,427. 17. The Ahupuaa of MAUNALEI, situate on the Island of Lanai, and containing an area of 3,442 33-100 acres, and being the same as described in Royal Patent 6,775, Land Commission Award 8,519 B. 18. That certain piece of land, with the buildings thereon, situate on Hotel street, in the City of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, and known as KUOHA, containing an area of 83 fathoms and 16 feet, and described in Roval Patent 146, Land Commission Award 113" B. 19. That certain piece of land with the buildings thereon, situate on Queen street, in said Honolulu, containing an area of 615-1000 of an acre, and being Apana 1 of Royal Patent 6,778, Land Commission Award 8,515. And also 20. That certain piece of land with the buildings thereon, situate on said Queen street, containing an area of 3-10 of an acre, and being described in Royal Tatent 3,566, Land Commission Award 6,423 B. For further particulars apply to E. P. ADAMS & CO., Auctioneers. Or to A. J. CARTWRIGHT, SR., Executor and Trustee. Advertisements, TO LET. Apply t C. GERTZ'S shoe store. -it It ANOTHER TEST. Messrs. V.. B. Wilshire i Co., Agents MACNEALE Jt URBAN SAFES. 206 California Street, San Francisco, Cal.: Gentlemen In reply to your inquiry con cerning the opening of the Barglar-Proof Chest in the safe of the office of the Clerk of the Supreme Court now so well known as The XcCartliv Safe, I will say that I took charge of the office on Wednesday, the 6th iustant. For 6onie days previous, unsuccessful at tempts had been made by various experts to pick the lock. Ou Thursday, further similar efforts were made with the same re sult bv Mr. Ensign and other noted experts, ALL OF WHOM FINALLY DECLARED THAT THE LOCK COULD NOT BE PICKED, and that the safe must be opened by force. Ou Friday I employed the expert of one of your competitors, who did faithful and honest work, for that purpose. On Saturday morning work was begun, and this morning iWeduesday), lOlli DAYS AFTER, the expert succeeded in drilling through the door and opening the safe. I cousidv-T it was an extraordinary severe test, much beyond what a burglar could possibly employ under any circuiustauces, and can assure it has inspired uie with the highest coiilidehce in the M-cuiity of your Burglar Proof Safes, AND THAT YOUR LOCKS ARE PICK-PROOF AGAINST THE BEST EXPERTS. After working for some hours on the lock, one expert said that lie had found that V was one letter, and another that C was one. On examination, neither of these letters ap peared iu the combination. Y'ours, truly, J. D. SPENCER, Clerk of Supreme Court. San Francisco, January 13, 18SC. The above was a Macneale A Uiban No. 8 Fire A Burglar Safe. C. O. BERGER, lm General Agent, Hawaiian Islands. EUREKA ! We have received a consignment o the most Economical ar..l Valuable Feed for ail kinds of Stock, vi. COOKED LINSEED MEAL. It Is the greatest Flesh former, Milk and Butter producer In use. Oil Cake Meal shows a'oout 27 per cent, of nu rltive matter; this nearly 39 per cent. 100 lbs. ol this meal is equal to 300 fcs. of oats, or 31 lbs. of corn, or to 767 lbs. of wheat bran. For Sale in Lois to Suit. Also, out Cnrlvalled MIXED fEED, as well aa our I'.snal supply of the best kinds of Hay. Oats. Wheat, Corn, r.tc, Et. LAINE fc CO. . is u International Hotel. riMIE UNDERSIGNED WILL Ol'EX A FIRST X class Restaurant in the International Hotel, Hotel street, on THURSDAY, the ltth instant. We solicit a shaie of the public patronage, trust ing that we will satisfy our custoruers by serving onlv the best the market affords. nor WO A CO. Honolulu, Februa y 10th. mar 10 I.. G. SRESOYICH & CO., Commission Merchants and Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Fruits, green and dried; manuiacturersof Desiccated Cocoanut. Bananas, Limes, Pine Apples, Sicily Lemons, Tahiti Oranges and Cocoanuts, Nuts of all kinds, Dates and Smyrna Figs, Packing Fruit for export a specialty. Long ex perience in shipping to China, Australia, Mexico, Central America, Eastern States, etc. Tropical Fruits Imported direct by every steamer. Branch House, San Francisco, P. O. box 138S. Honolulu, II. I., P. O. box 120. 413, 415 and 417 Washington street, opposite Post Office; 412, 414 aud 410 Merchant street. 479 feb20 87 SAN FRANCISCO. N. CURRY & BROTHER, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX SHOT guns, Rifles and Pistols, Colt Winchester, Kennedy and Martin Magazine RiHes. Reming ton, Sharps and Ballard Sporting Rifles. Agents for W. W. (Jreener, Colt, Parker and Remington Breech-loading Double Guns, Colt and smith fe Wesson Pistols. N. CURRY & BRO , 113 San sonie street, San Francisco, Cal. 33C-ly WM. McCANDLESS, 'o. 6 Queen Street, Fish Market. Dealer in choicest BEEF, VEAL MUTTON, HSII, etc. Family and Shipping Orders carefully attended to. Live stock furnished to vessels at short notice, and vegetables of all kinds supplied to order. 102 tf NEW ZEALAND OATS. VSUPFLY OF THE ABOVE NEW CROP Just received. A choice article for seed or feed, in lots to suit. 473 jy23 LAINE 4 CO. STOVE COAL! H OUSEKEEPERS TAKE NOTICE ! FRANKLIN STOVE COAL, The BEST LOT ever brought to this market. For sale in quantities to suit by CASTLE & COOKE. ruarlO FOE SALE. VFEW FINE BUILDING LOTS ON BERE tania street. Apply to M. D. MONSARRAT, lm 27 Merchant street. Co-Partnership Notice. GEORGE P. AND JAMES B. CASTLE ARE admitted aa partners in ourl firm, dating from January 1, 1836. CASTLE k COOKE. Honolulu, February 17, 1S6. f19-lw SdrfrtUfrafntj. THE I GREAT REAL ESTATE i ' A N l I I ! General Business Offices OF J. E. WISEMAN, iio.on i.i , ii. i. P. O. BOX 31 . TELEPHONE 1T2 (Established 179. The foUwiii various branches of business will enable the public on the Islands and front abroad to gain general Information on all matters iu the following departments: Real Estate Department Buys and sells Real Estate in all parts of the Kingdom. Values Real Estate and Property in city and suburbs. Rents and leases Houses, Cottages, Rooms aud Lands. Attends to Insurance, Taxes, Repairing and Collecting of Rentals. Draws legal papers of evt rv nature Svnrches Titles, Records. Etc. Employment Department Finds Employment in all braucbes of industry connected with the Islamic. General Business Matters Keep liooks mid Accounts, collect Rills, loans or invest Moneys. Pemuausliip. Knron-ilmc and all kinds of Copying done. Procures Fire and Life l lisurnnce. Advertisements aud Correspondent attended to. Information of every description connected with thM Islands romiuj froui abroad filly answered. Custom House Broker. Merchants will find this Department a special benefit to them, as I attend to entering goods through power ot Attorney and delivering the same at a small commission. Solicit in;; Afreiit for the Ml TUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK," the largest, grandest and ioiindcst Insurance Compauy in the world. AGENT for the "Great Bk rllnif ton Knilnny Route," In America. Travelers journeying by rail in 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 attentiou from employees and reason able fare no route can excel this. AGENT for the Honolulu ltoyal Opera Hoitse. ' Managers ot first-class companies abroud will address me for terms, etc. DEPARTMENTS. Kent list ate Broker. t'nstom Honse Broker. Money Broker. Fire aud 1.1 le Iusurauce Ascent. Employment Agreut, KailronU Asrent and General I!iisiitett Agent ADDRESS : J. E. WISEMAN, 84-mv6-8C HONOLULU, H. I. PACIFIC Commercial Advertise BTEAM BOOK AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE Is prepared to do all kinds of Commercial & Legal Work CORRECTLY AND WITH DISPATCH. Having just Keceived a Complete ami New Assortment of Job Types and Ornaments Of the Latest Styles, from the most Cele brated Foundries of the United StateB, and employing only Experienced and Tasty Workmen, we are prepared to turn out abetter Henri. Bill HenuM. C'ireular. Note Head. Matenent, Blllaor IadiHgr, Contracts, Blortsaffe Blank. Leases, Nhippius tXMitraets, (In Hawaiian & English; Calendars. Blank Cheeks, Bouds. Mock Certificates. BnftlueNH Cards. Meal Cheeks, Milk Tickets, Bank Cheeks, Orders, Receipts. Marriasre Certificates, Diplomas, Catalogues, Blotting Pads, Druggists' Labels. Envelope,. Shipping lteeelpts. Ball Programmes, Theatre Programmes, And in fact evervthinq which a First' Class Office oan do. f. C. A. Job Prilling Office 3&Cfrtisrmrnis. M. GOLDBERG, CAEPBELL'S Corner of Fort and Alerciiant Streets, Has just o)ienetl out a largo and carefully soKvti'J stock of Gents' line furnishing gools, custom-made clothing, and Hats amlCaps in all the latest styles and put terns. 2 aT' Particular attention is called to au elegant line of Gents' Keck ware. lie trots the air. The Earth rings when he touches it. Tho basest horn of his hoof is more musical than the pipe of Hermes. Shakespeare. Tlie Trotting Stallion VENTURE Will stand for the Season of 1886 at X. F. EUJiGESS' stable, King street (formerly the Pony Stables), season to commence Febrnary 1st, and end July 1st. Terms reduced to $30 for the season ; insurance at special rates. VENTURE is, in size, style, color, disposition and gait, as desirable a horse as erer came to the country. He is remarkably vigorous and very sure. Jfost of the mares bred to him last year are now heavy in foal, and his young foals are perfect models of beauty and symmetry, and are very highly prized by their owners. His success as a breeder in California before coming to this country was remarkable, and it is said that to-day most of the fine roadsters and driving horses in and about Oakland are claimed by their ownerf to be by VENTURE. Yheu we remember that he stood tor many years in the above named place at 4100 for the season, he surely ought at the low price now charged for his services command a liberal patronage from the public ; and added t this his peerless breeding, it is no wonder that his get are so valued. His pedigree is well known by all horsemen, but I will refer to it briefly : By Bel mont, dam by American Boy, running back seventeen more thoroughbred crosses to the Burton Barb mare, his eighteenth dam. In conclusion, I will quote a few lines from a very valuable work entitled Horse Breeding," just issued the past year: "If you breed from a horse of pure blood.no matter if the female is of common stock, you are breeding up ; but if you breed from a horse of mixed blood, you are breed ing back." For any additional particulars call on C. B. MILES, Proprietor. J