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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, NOVEMBER L ISSfi.
Iliartuieut oi Interior.
B. K.Kaiwiaea, Efq.,La3 ibis day been appointed
aa Agent to take Acknowledgments to Labor
Contract fr the district of Hani, island of
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, November 3, 188C.
Depart ment of lutcriur.
lokepa Kekuku, Esq., has this Jay been ap
pointed an Agent to urant Marriage Licenses for
the district of Koolauloa, island of Oahu.
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, November 2, 1&6. 2344 w3t
O. S. Gay, Esq., Las this day been appointed
District Justice for the island of Niibau, Kauai
Governess of Eauai.
Office of the Governess of Kauai, October 14,
Ieiurtmeiit of Interior.
It ha pleased His Majesty the King to ap
point HON. JUNIUS KAAE,
Registrar of Conveyances, vice Thouiajj Brown,
Iolani Palace, November 1, 18M.
Am blc Martha Davis, F M Bnson. sailed from
Boston August 7th, due De.-emter 1-2J
Uaw s-ar General Siesrel, Sanders from
trench Innate SiioaW. due Nov 2,-:m
Octo1t,VrairHk25: J SpeDC5' from Hongkong, due
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due Decem
ber 1 -15
Am bktne Man- Wiukelma::, Clias Backus,
from San Iram isco, due Nov lo-l
Am brgtne John D Sprerkels. C : Frii. fro:u
San t raucisco, due Nov 11-15
Haw S S Zealandia, K van Otere ndorf. from San
Francisco, due November 17
German bark Hercules. Schaefer, sailed from
Liverpool October 'Jth, due Februarv 2a-U6
Ana bktne Amelia, Wm Newball, from Port
Townsc nd, W T, due November 18-2S
Am brgtne Consuelo, EB Cousins, from San
Francisco, due November 10-18
Am bark Forest Queen, J C M Winding, from
San Vrancisco, due November 20-29
Haw brig Hazard, W O Goodman, from San
Francisco, due at Hilo, Hawaii, November 24-3o
Haw bark Star of Devon, A Lovell, from Tan
ning's Island, due December 3-11
Notice to I'ubllc School.
In commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary
of the birth of His Majesty the King, all public
schools throughout the Kingdom will be closed
for a vacation of one week, extending frorj
Monday, ihe 15th inwt., to Monday, the 22(1, and
will reopen on the day last named.
By order of the Board of Education.
W. JAS. SMITH, Secret-ry.
Department of Education, November 1, 188C.
TAX t'OLLKCTOK .S NOTICE FOK1W6
District of Honolulu, Itlaml of Oahu,
Tax payers in this district are hereby notified
that the undersigned has commenced collecting
taxes for the current year at his office in Kapua
iwa Hale. All amouuU remaining unpaid after
the fifteenth day of December will be liable to
an additional ten per cent and costs of collec
tion. GEO. II. LUCE,
Tax Collector, Honolulu.
Tax Collector's Office, November 1, 188G.
(eiiernl IOMt OJIice.
David Mauaku baa been appointed Assistant
Postmaster General of the Kingdom.
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, October 21. l8t!. 2J"-oc30tf
All water rates due on or before term ending
December 31, must be paid at the office of
the Honolulu Water Works before the 13th day of
Parties paying rates will present their last re-r;-pt.
CHAS. B. WILSON.
:-uv"ti!ieii.le- l Honolulu Wi&icr Wr-rks.
WALTKH MLHI.AV OIL-.VON,
Minister of Inte. ior.
Honolulu, October 11. L8o. l:i''nol5dAW
From Hawaii, per steamer Lehua, November
3d W A Kinney and 10 deck passengers.
From San Francisco, per brigantine W G Irwin,
November 3d W Kendall, J J Davis, P. Locklan,
M Ryan, P O'Neil, L Magooney and J McArdale.
For San Francisco, per bark Caibarien, Novem
bor 3d II M Sheppard, F F Jones, W Coleman
and J S Keleton.
For Kauai, per steamer Iwalani, November 3d
Her Excellency Governess Lanihau, Mr Wil
cox, J F Hackfeld, H W Dimond, D Davis, Mrs S
Neiper, C H Bishop and wife, F Buchholtz, U W
Schmidt. M Mclnerney, Miss t lora Kamaka and
about 85 deck passengers.
For Hamakua, per steamer Waialeale. Novem
ber 3d Mrs J M Horner and 3 children, Mr
Lewis and about 20 deck Passengers.
M-.xl. T- xi many of then' have no ic- ;
lijri'ms jH.-rc;t:'n-, anil yet their natu- j
ral abilities tit them to occupy high pr-i-
tions. Th-i il iwaiians are now on their j
trial as a eiiliz 1 mvi Christian coin- (
mitiity, anil h w many will stand the
test it is i'(iH.s-sib!e to say. At j
the conclusion of the paper sev-
eral nue.stioos were propounded to j
His Honor, in reply to one of which lie J
expressed the opinion that opium had j
already a great hold upon many of the
native Hawaiian., and it would be far
worse when the new law comes into ef-
i feet. It is understood it uiav not do so
until the 1st of January. If so, he
thanked the Lord that we are not troin
to have it during 1SSG. His Honor con- j
sidered it undesirable to leave the native j
churches r-o much in t he hands of na-
LOCAL iVSD GENERAL.
tive Hawaiians. There should be more ;
supervision by jersons of our own race.
The YV. (i. Irwin brought ;.t brick
The iV-t .iu e dispatched quire a mail
yesterday hv the bark caibarien.
There has been an abun dam e if rain in
the Kan iitrici. lately, but n"ne at Kona.
The 1 loyal Mail steamer Australia will
be due from the Colonies, en route to San
Francisco. November 20th.
The steamer Lehua took, yesterday, a
maceration mill for Wainaku. and a boiler
and vacuum pan for Halawa.
H. K. Kaiwaiea ha been appointed an
agent to take acknowledgments to labor
contracts for the district of Hana, Maui.
Her Iloyal Highness Princess Likeiike
will be at home this afternoon at her resi
dence, V;iikiki, from 3 to 5 o'clock.
By the brigantine W. G. Irwin, which
arrived from San Francisco yesterday, Mr.
D. F. Dillingham received fortv fine
This is recognized by the Roman Cat ho- heifers.
lies. He did not know of a single in
stance in which a native Hawaiian had
been made a priest. In the Protestant
churches there has been a reasonable
amount of success with the native
teachers, but they look for advice. The
meeting was presided over by the Iiev.
Mr. Cruzan, by whom it was terminated j
with the benediction.
The following is the list of Tax Collectors ap
pointed for the year 188C;
Hilo F. Pahia
North Kohala D- U. Nahinu
South Kohala George Bell
Forth Kona Elemakule
South Kona J. Nahinu
Kau U. S. Martin
Labaina Kia Nahaolelua
Wailuku John W. Kalua
Makawao Geo. K. Kichardson
Molokai and Lanai Keaweolu Kaina
Honolulu Oeo. H. Luce
Ewa and Waiauae Lot. II . Lai ne
Koolauloa H- Kauaibilo
Haualei Juo- Retina
Kawaihau s- Kaiu
Lihue s- Naanao
Waimea J- Kala
Niihau J- Kele
PAUL P. KANOA,
Minister of Finance.
Finance Office, October 9. 1880.
I'OKT OF HONOLULU. H. 1-
Wednesday, November 3.
Mtmr Waimanalo, from Waimanalo
Am brtue W li Irwin, McCullocb, 17 days
from San Francisco
Wednesday, November 3.
Stmr Waialeale, Weir, for Hamakua, Hawaii,
iaLahaiua. Maui, at 4 p m
Stmr Iwalani, Freeman, for Nawihwjli, Wai
mea and Koloa, Kauai, at 5 p m
Stmr Lehua, Davis, for Hamakua. via Wainaku,
Am bark Caibarien, Perkinn.for San Francisco,
at 4 p m
Schr Cateriua, for Hanalei
Schr Emma, for Kauai
Schr Mokuola. for Ewa
Schr Heeia, for Koohm
VeNelM Leaving To-D .
Stmr Wairaant-', for Koolau
Am bark Hope, DBF Penballow, for Port
Townsend, W T
Schr Kawailanl, for Koolan
Schr Mile Morris, for Molokai
Schr Kainbow, tor Koolau
Vessel in Port Irom Foreiifii Horls.
Am bktne George C PerkiDs, H Ackerman
from San Francisco
Ger bark Pacific. C Altmann, from Bremen
Am bark Caibarien, G A Perkins, from San
Francisco, via Mahukona
Haw schr Jeurn Walker, B Anderson, from
FauuMitl's Island. . , .
Am bk Hope. D W P l'enballow, from Port
Townsend, W T . ,
Brit bark IronCrat;, Win Jones, from Liverpool
Am bktne Discovery, John Lee, from su
Francisco, via Mahukona, iia.vii
Am brgtne W G Irwin, J L McCullocb, from
Ve4elw Kxie-f oi rnii t'oreltfii forl.
Brit ship Hospoda, J Babcock, from Newcastle,
N S W, due Ociouer 10-3O
Brit bark Glengaber, Rolleston, from Liver
pool, due Jan 15-31
Am bark Mart-ha Fisher, from Glasgow, due
Jan 11-30 , .
Brit bark W H Watson, from Liverpool, due
The American bark Hope, Captain D. B. P.
l'enballow, will leave to-day in ballast for Port
Townsend, W. T.
The barkentine George C.Perkins expects to
leave for San Francisco sometime next week.
The American bark Caibarien, Captain Perkins,
sailed for San Francisco November 3d, with
2,734 bags sugar and 100 barrels molasses. The
caigo was valued at 13,C8 45.
Captain J. E. McCullocb, of the W.G.Irwin,
reported that the brigantine Claus Spreckels,
which left for San Francisco October 31st at
noon, was lying becalmed similes to the east
ward of this island, on the morning of November
The tug Eleu towed the bark Caibarien nearly
ten miles oif port November 3d, to prevent her
drifting shoreward, the wind being very calm.
The tugs Eleu and Pele and the dredger were
flying their flags November 3d, in honor of His
Majesty the Emperor of Japan's birthday.
The schooner Waichu has been repainted
The bark Iron Crag is still unloading her cargo
at Brewer's wharf.
The steamer James Makee, which sailed for
Kauai November 2d, was in charge of Captain
Weir of the Waialeale, Captai u Campbell having
remained ashore owing to illness.
The steamer Waialeale left November 3d for
Hamakua, Hawaii, with a full c rgo of Keu
eral merchandise and a quantity of lumber. Cap
tain Chaney, of the C. U. Bishop, took charge of
her this trip.
The steamer Waimanalo arrived from Koolau
iu ballast, November 3d. She leaves to-day with
coal for Heeia.
The Oceanic Company's American brigantine
W. G. Irwin, Captain J. E. McCullocb, arrived at
this port November 3d, 17 days from San Frau
cisc, with a full cargo of miscellaneous mer
chandise, including 41 pieces machinery, 33,000
bricks, 50 tons sand, 3 iron safes, etc. The Cap
tain reports having experienced light wimis and
fine weather since leaving Sau F'rancisco. The
V G. Iri'-.in is docked near the Oceanic Corn
par y's wharf.
T):o (':: Vr. U. Hall will leave to-r.'.orrw
Ta(va?nf i ir vindward ports.
Thu-e persons who missed papers by the
Alameda are re mested to call at the l'ot
Office, as some were received without
The regular monthly meeting of the
lioard of Representatives of the Honolulu
Fire Department will be held this evening
at the Dell Tower.
The ltoyal Hawaiian Hand played at the
liranch Hospital, Kakaako, yesterday
Around the llnrtli in Seventy l)js. j
The steamer Alameda, which arrived j
from Sydney via Auckland and Hono- i
lulu October 2d, made the fastest trip on j
record letween Sydney and San Fran- !
cisco twentv-three davs six hours and !
afternoon, much to the delight and amuse
ment of the inmates.
The new Finpire Saloon, which has
been fitted up in magnificent style, will
be opened on Saturday evening, when a
tine lunch will be served.
Mr Cli i T l'Uli.d ii th. I.i:i.lin" Milli-
thirty midutes-beatin- the best previ- ; nJrvllne wiU haVe a grand opening of
ous record, made by the Mararoa, by six j uvW pooJs nevfc s;atur,1:lVt Monday and
hours. The steamer Alameda was de- J Tuesday. Full particulars later.
tained at Auckland September Nth for j
six hours to allow merchants to answer !
their mail, which had just arrived by
uteamer, thirty-seven days from London.
This mail was sent east to-day, will
leave New York for Liverpool Saturday
next, and is exacted to arrive at the
latter place October Kith. This will
make the time of the trip from Auck
land via the United States five days less
than from England to Auckland by di
rect steamer. It will also reduce the
time of the trip around the world to
sixty -nine day:-. Chicago Times, Octo
A (ireat Knee ess.
As might have been expected, Sachs'
opening of new goods was a great suc
cess yesterday, and judging from the
sales made it would apjn'ar that very
little will remain unsold. Miss Hirsh
berg and her assistant had all they
could do to attend to customers in the
millinery department. This line of goods
was universally admired and Miss Hirsh
berg received many congratulations for
her superior taste in selecting the stock.
Mr. Sachs presented each of his custo
mers with a silk perfumed sachet of
neat design. The crazy quilt, which is
a unique piece of work, had many admirers
The Hon. J. A. Cummins, Messrs. J. N.
Kawaiuui, S. W. Kaikainahaole, J. Keal
oha and Aku have been elected honorary
members of Fngine Company No. 4.
A gentleman who rode in to the lire this
morning from his residence on the plains,
states that no lamps were burning on
King street, from the Government building
The regular monthly meeting of the St.
Andrew's Church Association will beheld
l thi- evening at 7 :30 o'clock at the residence
of the Rev. Alexander Mackintosh, Nuu
j anu Valley.
j Mr. Lewis J. Levey will hold his regular
cah sale at 10 o'clock this morning, when
he will offer dry goods, clothing, crockery,
glassware, groceries, a square piano, hand
some parlor set atid household furniture.
This afternoon from too o'clock Her
Koyal Highness the Prin cess Liliuoka
lani will hold her usual monthly recep
tion at her residence, Palama. The
Koyal Hawaiian Band will be in attend
ance and play a programme of music.
I're-esji roiiIition of the llawniia4.
The monthly meeting of the Fort
street Church was held last evening, and
in addition to the customary concert of
prayer and praise, Mrs. Merritt read the
report from the annual meeting of the
American Board of Commissioners of For
eign Missions, held at Des Moines last
month. An interesting and highly in
telligent paer was also read by Chief
Justice Judd, in which His Honor dealt
with "the present condition of the Ha
waiian," from a moral and religious
point of view. He began by saying that
from the prominence which the news
papers had given to his intention it
might be expected that he would handle
the subject very exhaustively; but this
was not the design of the paper
he was about to read, which would
be very brief. His Honor tersely
described the distinguishing char
acteristics of the native Hawaiian
Christian, who was essentially non
skeptical, had no dilliculty whatever in
believing the miracles of Scripture, and
took not the slightest interest in Kenan,
Strauss or Herbert Spencer. The writer
had never heard of one who was an
avowed atheist or infidel. Though fond
of discussion, the general aim was not
to gain light, but to get a temporary
victory over an adversary. Sunday
school exhibitions are at present the
rage among them, and the industries of
whole districts are sometimes compelled
to stand still while these are going on.
The Sunday schools should, however, be
conducted under stricter supervision.
An instance was related in which a Su
perintendent had distributed gin at elec
tion time to members and was
yet suffered to retain his position.
The native Christians greatly need to
be taught the value of consistency and
that morals should accompany religion.
Iarge sums of money are voted among
them for church purposes, and statistics
were quoted. They are very deficient in
discipline, and some of the native pas
tors who have endeavored to enforce it
have met with boycotting so thorough
that they had to desist. There exists
among them a strong aversion to in
curring enmity for principle's sake.
They are characterized by hospitality
and a readiness to forgive, but have little
of that spirit inculcated by the -Master
when he drove the money changers out
of the temple. The most hardened
criminal on coming out of jail is received
by his friends, and His Honor had even
seen a high Government odicial
walking on terms of evident familiarity
with a man who had but recently been
convicted of embezzlement. They are
such an impressionable people that they
would be very easil3' led back to idola
try were the example set by their rulers.
Though there are main' sincere Christ
ians among them, as a rule they lack
moral courage. ?k great source of diffi
culty among them are those of mixed
l'!?5ier)r f Jrt;Hii Birtlidny.
Yesterdav be'.n the thirty-fourth an
niversary of the birth of His Imperial! street. A small shed had leen erected
Fire Tkii Morning.
Shortly after half-past 1 o'clock this
morning an alarm of fire was rung, for
what proved to le a small blaze in rear
of the new buildings now in course of
erection for Chief Justice Judd, on Fort
Majesty the Emperor of Japan, the Gov
ernment and Consular flags were flying
throughout the day. The Koyal Ha
waiian Hand played a choice and appro
priate selection of music at the residence
of Mr. Taro Ando, II. I. J. M. Diplo
matic Agent and Consul General, Nuu
anu Avenue, during the morning. A
number of Government officials, Diplo
matic and Consular representatives and
private citizens called at the Consulate
to offer their congratulations, and were
most graciously received and entertained
bv Mr. Ando.
Forty magnificent Jersey heifers ar
rived by the brigantine Wm. G. Irwin
yesterday for the Woodlawn Dairy
Company. They were personally se
lected from the leading dairies in San
Francisco by Mr. John Rice, manager of
the Woodlawn Dairy. They are all
young, most of them being under three
years of age, and bred from the best im
ported stock. They were landed late in
the afternoon, and are now at pasture at
Little Britain, on King street. Mr. Dil
lingham expects twenty-four more head
by the brig John D. Spreckels.
An Amazing Statement.
A statement was publicly reiterated by
the Rev. Mr. Cruzan at the Fort-street
Church last evening, at which the Rev.
gentleman expressed himself amazed.
It emanated from a man holding a high
position, whose word he felt Itoumi to
believe, and was to the effect that scores
of children in a certain Government !
there, in which was stored several bar
rels of lime. The rain, it is supposed,
slacked the lime and started a fire,
which communicated to the shed and a
fence adjoining Wm. G. Irwin & Co.'s
building. A native first discovered the
fire and ran over to the "Daily Herald"
office and gave the alarm. Mr. Dan
Logan, the editor, immediately rushed
out to the scene of the fire, and with the
assistance of two others and a small
hose succeeded after considerable diffi
culty in subduing the flames and saving
the shed and fence from destruction.
The alarm was not rung for several min
utes after the fire had been discovered.
Pacific Hose Company No. 1 was the
first on the spot, and Foreman Monsar
rat getting his men quickly to work all
danger of the fire spreading was at an
end. This seems to be a most unfortun
ate spot for a fire, as within a short space
of time the department has been called
there three times. A length of hose, in
charge of firemen, was left in case the
fire should burst out again. It appears
to be a gross piece of carelessness in
leaving twenty or thirty barrels of lime
in a shed, the roof of which permitted
rain to get through.
The two persons who assisted Mr.
Logan to put out the fire were Hezekiah
Aea, a compositor at the "Bulletin''
office, and Daniel Travis, a tailor.
Kentucky the Cradle of Colonels.
A careful estimate of the army Kentucky
can throw into the field gives some astound
ing results. Estimating two colonels to a
regiment, the usual a low. nee, we have a
comfortable little force of 397,000,000 of sol
diers. This calculation is on the basis of
sehixl were already debauched bv
opium, a result which had been brought J 500 soldiers to every ch.zen of Kentucky who
only hope that th state will stand by us.
Which la It?
Do the bald headed men come to see the
ballet, or does the ballet make the men who
see it bald headed. Baltimore News.
about bv the influence of tli Chinese
He had no reason to believe that that
school was an exception.
There is a large heap of bricks occu
pying about half of Fort street, near the
corner of Merchant. At night a lantern i
ought to be placed there as a warning to
pedestrians and drivers, or else there
will be an accident. On Merchant
street a load of black sand stands on the
sidewalk and several persons have fallen
over it. Why does not the contractor
remove these obstructions or place lights
there at night time? The police should
Tlu Ifimolnln Hifles ;it tbfir riurnlir
. , i t i i . i Science may settle everything else, but we
monthly meeting held last eenmg, de- j are sunj ,t wlll never satisfactorUy explain
cided to have a shooting match on the j vby a woman always sucks her finder when
ll.th of this month, at the Hawaiian j she burns its. Maple Leaf,
Rifle Association's range, King street. I If all this trouble about the fisheries ends
when two medals will be offered as
Never put off a bill un il to-morrow that
you can put olf until next month. Puila
Marriage makes a man und voomans one,
but der tuyful hiuis.f coodn't told vhich
vas der one. Pretz-l's Weekly.
The Washington gas is so poor that the
average citiz.-n has to light a lantern to see
where it is to swear at it Washington Her
ald. The Marquis of Lome is out against home
rule. No wonder. He knows the disadvan
tages of it ever since he was married. Le
troit Free Press.
W. C. Sproull has jut opened up in his
new store on Fort street a very tine as
sortment of goods, which he has imported
specially for the coming holiday season.
in the discovery of a plan for making
mackerel fresher the labor will not have
been in vain. Chicago News.
A girl baby, born in New York during a
recent heavy storm, has been named Cyclo
nia. The hou-e has bjen full of squalls ever
since. Even the father storms at times.
To amend Section- 32 vf Chapter 44 ok the Laws of 18S2,
RELATING TO THE SEIZURE OF SriRITUOUS LlQUORS.
Be it Enacted by the King and the Legislative Assembly of the
Hawaiian It-lands in the Legislature of the Kingdom Assembled:
Section 1. That Section 32 of Chapter 44 of the Laws of
18S2 is hereby amended to read as follows :
" Section 32. Any District or Police Justice, the Marshal,
his Deputy, or any Sheriff, Deputy Sheritt or Constable may,
without warrant, seize and take away all such spirituous
liquor as lie shall have reasonable cause to suspect is carried
about for sale or to be exposed or offered for sale in any
highway or foot path, or iu any booth, tent, store or shed, or
in any other place whatever, by any person not licensed to
sell the same, and all vessels and utensils used for containing,
drinking or measuring the same. And such Justice, on proof
of such offence may convict any person so offending and may
thereuon sentence such otiender to pay a liue of not more
than two hundred and fifty dollars, and not less than fifty
dollars, and to imprisonment at hard labor for any term not
more than six months and not less than one mouth, and one
half of the fine shall be paid to the party who gave the infor
mation which led to such conviction, and such Justice shall
upon such conviction adjudge such spirituous liquor, and the
vessels and utensils used for containing, drinking, or measur
ing the same, to be forfeited and may direct the same to be
sold on account of the Hawaiian Government. Provided,
however, that in all cases where such liquor is seized while
being carried on the way from one place to another, the
burden of proving that such liquor was not carried for sale or
to be exposed or offered for sale, shall be upon the person
or persons owning or claiming the same."
Approved this loth day of October A. D. 188G.
To add a new Section to the Civil Code, to be numbered
Section 12Sa, to Restrict the CI ranting of Licenses in
Be it Snarled I th Kiiaj and the Legislative Assembly of the
Hawaiian du . in the Legislature of the Kingdom Assembled:
A new Section shall be added to the Civil Code to be
called Section 128a, to read as follows:
"Section 128a. The Minister of the Interior shall refuse
to issue licenses for any business whatsoever, except in fire
proof buildings in that part of Honolulu east of Alakea Stieet,
and north of Beretania Street, if in his opinion or discretion
the nature of such business or the location thereof misrht
endanger the safety of the neighborhood from fire.
Approved this 15th day of October A. D. 1880.
Amending Section 1023, Chapter 18, of the Civil Code relat
ing TO THE ISSUING OF EXECUTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS THERE
UPON. Be it Enacted by the King and the Legislative Assembly of the
Hawaiian Islands iii the Legislature of the Kingdom Assembled:
Section 1. Section 1023 of the Civil Code is hereby
amended to read as follows :
Section 1023. The officer shall, after levy, advertise for
sale the property levied upon whether real or personal, for
thirty days, or for such times as the court shall order, by
posting a written or printed notice in three conspicuous
places within the district where such property is situated,
and if on the Island of Oahu, by advertisement thereof at
least three times in one or more newspaper or newspapers
published at Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Islands.
Section 2. This Act shall become a law from the day of
its passage. All laws and parts of laws in contravention of
the provisions of this Act are hereby repealed.
Approved this loth d.iy of October A. D. 188G.
LOVEJOY & CO.,
AVirie and Spirit Merchants,
IMo. 15 ftluuanu Street.
Having enlarge! ami rf-novat- tLfir btore ainl rrplenint.ed tbeir utock, are now fully prepared to
supply all goods in their liue at very lowest market rates.
ROYAL CT.XJJ3 OIST."
Spfei;il attention is called to this extra quality of HIS, being theirown importation and a irery
A full assortment of California Wines and all the bent brands of Beer, Ale and Porter
always in slock. Also, tcnuint Ixui KoJerer sweet Champagne, quarts nd pints.
Cordials, Xiqueurs, 13itters, Etc.
Island ordeis promptly attended to and gcoda carefully packed for shipment.
Telephone 309. 1 JanlC p. o. Box 137.
mwi I I'd nmni
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This absolutely pure
CIDER Is manufac
tured in the orchard
ing it on the market,
and generates its own
gas by natural fer
mentation. A small invoice just
received and for sale
MACFARLAiNE iV CO.
Australian Mail Service.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
Tho new and fln Al ateel teiunahlp
.A.TJSTJEI kT. I .A."
Of ttiu Oceanic Steamship Company, will b dua
at Honolulu from Hydney ami Auckland
, on or about
And will leave for the above port with mail, and
paasengura on or about that date.
For freight, or pasage, having HUPEKIOR
ACCOMMODATION'S, apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.,
For Sydney and Auckland.
The ae.r and line A 1 ateel ateamshlp
Of tbe Ocuanic Hteamshlp Company, will b
dus at Honolulu from fcau KravcUoo
or or about
And will bave prompt dlnpatcn with mall a and
paxnengert for the abov? ports.
For ftetgbt or passage, having SUPERIOR AC
COMMODATION, apply to
, Wm. (x. Irwin & Co.,
Pure Malt Whisky
NO FUSEL OIL.
Absolutely Pure and Unadulterated
IN L'jSE IN
l'rp.Hcribeil by Physicians Everywhere.
For the Kick, Invalid, Convalenci ng Patient,
WEAK AND DEBILITATED WOMEN.
Awarded FIE ST PRIZE GOLD MEDAL
World'a Exposition, New Orleans, La.. 1W.
fur Excellence au I'urlty.
Jlacfarlane & Co.,
MESSRS. i. M. OAT k CO. HEREBY GIVE
notice that tbey bave dispoaed of tbelr
busineae to Mr. J H. Soper, for wbom they be-
peak a continuance of the patronage heretofore
bestowed on them. All accouuts due J. M. Oat,
ir. & Co. on the 1st of October, lbHC. will be col
lected by Mr. J. M. Oat.
Honolulu. October 1, lfiHC. HSnovfi
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IMPORTERS AND DKAI.ERK IV SllOT
guns. Rifles and Pistols, Colt Winchester,
Kennedy and Martin Magazine Rifles. Jteminr
too, hnrps and Ballard sporting Kit! pp. A genu
for V. W. Hreener, Colt, Parker arid Remluvloa
Breech-loading Double Uuu. Colt and Smith A
Wesson Pistol.". N. CURRY HRO., 113 Son
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