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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, DECEMBER 30, 1686.
BY AliTUOiUTY.
ft t v ' -
Foreign Office, December 2'J, 1S56.
Ttiiu day tad audience of the Kirn;:
A. jSCUAEFLK, LCQ., Consul for Italy; Cap
tain LCIS A. GONI, Cumuiaudiug tho Chilean
mnu-of-war "Pileoinayo." Commander VALEN-
SL'KLA. Lieutenant A. CUVEAS, E. T. GAIiXN,
JUAN WILLIAMS and A. I. ErfPINOSA, aud
Midshipman Jt'AS. B. flLItt'I, ofScera of t'ie
filcomayo."
To which audience Mr. Scbaefer was intro
duced by Hid Ex. Uou. Walter M. Gibson, Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs; Captain Goni was intro
duced by -Mr. Scl.atfer, at.d ui3 otlicera by Cap
Ui u (ioiii.
Ills Majdty was attended by Hon. A. S. Cleg
Lorn, His Ex. Hon. Walter M. Gibson, General
the lion. Curtin P. laukea, Hi .Majesty's Cham
berlain; Captain Samuel Nowleiu, Adjutant
Gfeneral of the Forces, and Majors A. B. llayley,
Samuel Parker, W. H. Cornwell aud LumaUeihei
of His Majesty's Staff. 2d2ltd4w
DAVID DAYTON has this day been appointed
Police and Di strict JuJye for the District of Ho
nolulu, Island of Oahu.
CURTIS P. IAL'KEA,
Governor of Oahu.
Governor's Otlice, December 24, 1S8G.
alltd4W
Her Maiestv the Oueen will liold a
Reception at Tolani Palace on Friday
next, the 31st December, between the
hours of 11 a. in. to 2 p. rn.
CURTIS P. IAUKKA,
II. M.'s Chamberlain.
Chamberlain's Olliee, December 2Sth,
188G.
Vi'i dec31
Tcii1ts ante it.
Tender will be received at the Interior Office
until 12 o'clock noon January i, 1887, for the
construction of a shed at the Kerosene Ware
house. Ilomolulu.
Specifications for 1 he above work can be seen
at the office of the Superintendent of Publ'c
Works. L. AUOLO,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, lecewber 29, 18S0. 3H0janl
I)tItrt iiK'iit of" Interior.
Friday. December 31st, being the anuiverary
of the birthday of Her Majesty the Queen, all
Government offices throughout the Kingdom
will be closed on that duy.
L. AUOLO,
Mi maier of Interior.
Interior office, December 17, 6W
33dAwdec:il
Tax 'llTtor 'olio.
The Tax Collector will commence collecting
taxes in the district of llilo. Island of Hawaii, at
the following places:
TVr.ni Kuniaee to Ool;ala. at the North Hila
Court House, Laupuhoel.oe.
From Jlakalau to Kta-aha, at the Court House
in Hilo Town.
On su-ar i lantatious taxes will be c ollected at
4V,,m,... f if Mi.ective t laTitatiou. otlce
t 1. V VV I . V . -" . V - - I m
Will be given l.eloiehaud to managers by the
Tat Collector, or by his order, what day-
he
should call to colled tuxes.
F. PAHIA,
Tax Collector of Hilo, Hawaii.
Hilo.Dec. mber 1, 18H. diwtf
All water rates due on term ending June 30,
1887, must be paid at the office of the Honolulu
Water Works before the l.'.th day of January
1S87. All rates remaining unpaid January 15,
1K87 will be subject to an additional 10 per cent
Parties paying rates will present their last re
cetpt.
CIIAS. B. WILSON,
Superintendent Honolulu Water Works.
Approved: L. AUOLO,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, December 4, lSSG.
PORT OF HONOLULU, II. 1.
A Kit I VA1.S.
Wednesday. December 29.
Btmr Waimiualo, from Koolau
MchrHaleakala. from Pepeekeo, Hilo, Hawaii
Schr Rob Roy, from Kooiau, Oahu
Schr Mile Morris, from Ewa
itiMjtrinti.
Wednesday. December 29.
Stmr lwalani. Freeman, Kauai, at 5 p m
Stmr Lehua. Clark, for Hamakua, ai 5 p m
Stmr Waialeale. Weir, lor Hamakua, Hawaii,
Shekels. E P Drew, for
SaA,arkSen.J C M Winding, for
Han Vrauciscu, at 10 a m .,,..
Schr Jennie Walker, Anderson, for Faulting s
Island .
Schr Kaulilua, for waiaiua
Scnr Moi Wahi ne. Staple, tor Hamakua,
waii
Sihr Liholiho, for Kau, Hawaii
Schr Emma, for Kauai
Schr Ehukai, for Waialna
Schr Caterina, for Kohala, l.awau
Schr Mokuola. for Ewa
Ha-
Sclir Josephine, for Ewa
VeelH l,vluir T-1'J'.
Stmr Walmaualo, for Koolau .
Am bark Nellie May, A Austin, for Puet Sound
Schr Ilaleakala, for Pepeekeo, Hilo, Hawaii
Schr Rob Roy, for Ewa
Schr Mile Morris, for, Ewa
YesxelH in Port I'ruui Foreign Ports.
Am bktne Mary Winkelmau, Cbas Rackus,
from San Francisco
Am bark Saranac. 1) B Shaw, from ?ew ork
Haw bark Star of Devon, A Lovell. from tan
ning's Inland ..
Am ship Mercurv, from Newcastle, N S W
mbktue WH 'Dimond, from San rrancisoo
Am bktne Eureka, H .Meyer, from San trau-
CISCO
Am bktne Ella, E C Rust, from San Francisco
Am bktne Wrestler, C Schnauer, Troiii ew-
Anf'bk'ue Amelia, Win Newhall, from Port
Towuseuil, via Hilo, Hawaii
Am tern W S llownr, A U Paul, from San
rChHiaa corvette Pilcoinayo, L A Goni, from
Vali. iraiO, via Easter Island
A,.: bk Man!: Davis, F M Benson, from Boston
W.i- r.Xi'rrte.i rriuii Fore is n i'or:s.
frit lark Gleugaber. Rolleston, from laver-
ll.ixv svhr Geueral Siegel, Sanders, from
i rriicti triK.ite Si. oals, due OV 20-341
tier '..ark lljdra, iron, llungkout,', due Decem-
Geiniau bark Hercules, Scbaefer, sailed from .
Liverpool October 9th, clue Februai y 20-28
Uawu schr Malolo, J U Holland, from Mant
hiki. via Eanuing's Island, due December l-11
Am schr Anna, Roberisou, from San liancisco, ,
due at Kahulni. Maui, December 2o-31 j
Am bktne Planter, W R Peirimau, from Sau
Francisco, due December 2r-;il j
Am bark Caibarien, O A Perkins, trom Sau (
y.' . . ,iiB,n iiia i fi 1 1 r ; w
Am wh bark Hunter, Geo V Jeuka, from the
Line Islands, due March 10-;il
Brit stmr Explorer, from Apia, due Dec 20-.0
Haw bark Thos R Faster, F V Rug, tom MC
toria. B C, due Dec 2."-:n
KM SS Mariposa (Am), II M Harvard, from
the Colonies, eu route to San Francisco, due
lu 14 .
lirit bark Martha Fisher, from Glasgow, due
Jan 15-30
Am bark Timour, Brewer, sailed from Boston
Dec 17, due May 1-20
Am scbr Loviua, Turner, from San Francisco,
due Jan 5-20
Am brgtue W G Irwin. J E McCullocn, from
Sau Francisco, due Dec 'iH-'Sl
Am Virsfne Consuelo, E B Cousins, from San j
Franrisro, du Jan 1-1')
Haw 8tmr 4 A Cummins, Neilsou, from San j
Franrico, due l'ec 2X-- i
lEf .tUll'KKK.
For Kauai, per steamer Iwalani, Fircember
2SHh RL Auerbacb, G Ji Wilcox, Hon E L Kauai
aud wife, and about 5o deck passengers.
SIHFI'I.VO XOTF.H.
The schooner Rob Roy arrived from Ewa,
Oahu, December 29th, with COO bags salt; leaves j
aain to-day for Ewa anl will return with a j
cargo of paddy. j
The American bark Nellie May has been j
moved from the Pacific Mail Company's to I
Wilder's wharf, where she will complete recelv- j
lug ballast, leaving either to-dij or to-morrow i
for PortTownsend, W. T.
The steamer Waimunalo brought 550 bags sugar
fiom the Iieeia Sugar Mill, Koolau, Oahu, De
cember 29th. aud leaves again this morning for
Ueeia.
The schoouer Caterina sails early this morn
ing for Kohala, Hawaii, and the Luka for Uauia
kua, Hawaii.
The schooner Jennie Walker was towed to sea
December 2.Hh for Fauuinj's Island by the
steamer Waimanalu.
The bark Ceylon has been chartered by Messrs.
C. Brewer 4: Co., and is loading sugar for San
Francisco.
The larkentlne Ella has finished discharging
cargo, was moved into the stream December
29th, and will load sugar for San Francisco after
the bark Ceylon.
The American bark Forest Queen sailed De
cember 29th for.Sau Francisco, with 15,41 bags
sugar, of which 5, bags wtre shipped by
Messrs. Theo. H. Davie & Co., agents, aud 3,908
bags by Messrs. C. Brewer 4: Co. The sugar was
valued at C1,SA 73.
The American brigautine Claus Spreckels
sailed December 29th for San Franci.-co v itii
779 bags rice, SO bunches bananas aud 0O bar
rels mola-sses. The cargo was valued at 64,992.
The harkentines Amelia, Eureka, Ella and
Mary Winkelmau and the bark Ceylon are out in
In the stream waiting for sugar.
The schooner Ilaleakala arrived December
29th from Pepeekeo, Hilo, Hawaii, with 1.3oU
bags sugaa from Mr. C. Afong's plantation. Re
ports very calm weather In the channel, aud
was six days to this port. The sugar ws put
into the barkentit'e W. H. Dimond.
The sloop Kahihilaui arrived from Ewa, Oahu,
December 29th, with-200 bags paddy, 100 bunches
banaaas and 25 hides.
The schoouer Mile Morris brought 220 bags
paddy from Ewa, Oahu, December 29th
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTES.
Martinelli's cider is absolutely pure.
lleatl advertiseinent of Martinelli's
cider.
Yuen Kee & Co. have removed to Hotel
street.
Martinelli's cider is the Lest and pure-t
made.
Val lilatz Milwaukee lager beer is the
linet in the market. Bottled expressly
for this climate.
For gents' embroidered suspenders, col
lar and cutl' boxes, and shaving sets, go to
Sachs' store, 10 Fort street.
Just received, undressed kid gloves in
new shade, fancy white and colored em
broidered handkerchiefs at Sachs' store.
Undressed kid gloves, ladies' underwear,
pink, white, cream and blue cashmere just
received by last steamer, at C. J. Fishel's.
A lot of Turk, Folo and Tarn plush caps,
children's Normandy bonnets and ladies'
hats just received at Sachs' store, 101 Fort
street.
Messrs. Wing On Wo & Co., of Mauna
kea street, beg leave to notify the public
that they have just received a large quan
tity of XXX and other choice brands of
Manila cigars, of the best quality, for saie
at moderate prices.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whisky is not a medi
cated liquor, but a pure, unadulterated
whisky for medicinal use, free from fusel
oil and all noxious impurities, and is pre
scribed by physicians. It is a medicine
for the sick and feeble, and a beverage for
the million, because it is absolutely pure.
Intermediary 'ourl.
The Intermediary Court will sit to-day.
Ti,n fillmviiirr ivisps lire down for hear-
All1. 0
ing: Tlie King vs. Ah Y"ing and the
Khig vs. Ah Toy, opium in possession ;
the King vs. Hun Wo, malicious injury,
Honolulu Police Court apieals; the
King vs. Apana, selling liquor without a
license, appeal from the District Court,
Koolanpoko; the King vs. Melania (w),
practicing medicine without a license,
appeal from the District Court, Waialua;
the King vs. Kinalau, assault, appeal
from the District Court, Ewa. The ivil
cases are: John 1'rodie vs. Jas. llolt,
Jr., trover, CA; Hop Dee Co. vs. Tail
Hung Kee, assumpsit, $S0, and Ah
Chew vs. Wong See, assumpsit, $118,
with arrest, Honolulu Police Court ai
peals; K. Halstead vs. Kanakanui, re
fusing contract service, apical from the
District Court, Waialu-i; Kaoiwiloa vs.
Ah Fat, assumpsit for $13, apjeal from
the District Court, Ewa.
2Hr. Wallace's Stliool.
Mr:. Wallace's academic school for.
;irls
11 re-open on Monday next, Jan-
uary C
for a new term, llnsscnooi
offers th- best advantages to the resi
dents of the Hawaiian Islands for the
education of their daughters. The course
.1 . rll tllf
of studv irom me prnnai nnwfal. (
collegiate course, is full and thoroughly
taught. French ami Latin are taught
without extra charge. No effort is
spared to render the school select and
wortbv of confidence. Reference is
made "to many prominent residents of
Honolulu who have had daughters in
the school.
A St-rnp or Paper."
An opportunity will be afforded this
evening of witnessing an amateur dra
matic performance at the Opera House,
and judging from the cast, which aptioar j
in the advertising columns of this issue,
it will be worth seeing. Several of the j
members are already well known in this j
connection, and there is reason to an- j
tie! pate
that the amusing eomeo , -v ;
. , i 1 !
Scrap of
Paper," will te shown to au- ;
vantage
The tickets are eagerly sought, i
but the box plan is sun open at t
man's. The curtain will rise at S p. in. (
Tt,..n. w;is no business in the
Supreme
Court yesterday other than the swearing in
of the new Judges,
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Police Justice Davi.l Dayton will take
his seat upon the bench this morning.
The precincts of the Station Tlou-e re
sumed their normal si--pcet yesterday...
Mr. C. Afong's Pepeekeo plantation'
Hilo, Hawaii, commenced grinding la
week.
A very heavy downpour o.' rain occurred
ye-terday afternoon, accompanied by
tnunder.
The regular meeting of Kamehameha
Lodge of Perfection wiii be held at 7:30
o'clock this evening.
The parent, sisters and brothers of the
late John Lishman have a card ot thanks
in another column.
Tenders are invited by the Minister
the Interior for the construction of a shed
at tlie Kerosene Warehouse.
The Intermediary Court opens .his
morning. There are live civil and six
criminal appeals for hearing.
The schooner Ilaleakala brought live
sick Chinamen from the Pepeekeo Planta
tion on Hawaii. They have been placed in
the Hospital.
Thirty thousand cases of kerosene oil ar
rived during this month from New l ork
and Boston by the barks Saranac and
Martha Davis.
A large heap of earth obstructed the en
tire width of the sidewalk on Merchant
street last night, there being nothing to in
dicate its presence in the darkness.
There was no sitting of the Police Court
yesterday, owing to their being no Police
Justice, Mr. Dayton's appointment not be
ing made until the day was well advanced.
Mr. Robinson's new stern-wheel steamer
will probably make her trial trip on Satur
day, when she will run to Pearl Kiver and
back inside the reef. She is to be christ
ened on that day.
In the actions of Charles Michiels vs. the
Commercial, the Hartford and the South
British insurance companies, respectively,
a stipulation has been tiled by counsel for
the plaintiff that defendants have until and
including January 8th to plead.
Messrs. F.. O. Hall & Son have issued
their usual monthly almanac for the en
suing year. It is conveniently got up,
with an imitation Hawaiian dollar at the
head, and includes a brief catalogue of va
rious hardware goods for which the firm is
famous.
Her Majesty's Itirtlxlay Keeeplioii.
Wts have been requested to state that
the time appointed for the rec eption of
the public by Her Majesty the Queen, on
her birthday (to-morrow), will be from
12 ::',0 to 2 p. in.
BOOKKEEPING IN THE TREASURY.
The System Never Changed Since the
Karly Days Technical Defalcations.
The system of bookkeeping in the treasury
has never been changed since the early days,
when the transactions of this government
were very snialL At present it can be truly
said that there is no sj-stem. The books of
the treasury, until last year, had not been
balanced since lSf'.il. Something of the loose
way of the government in transacting busi
ness is shown in an experience of Gen. Rose
crans, the present register of the treasury.
Since he has come into the office of register
of the treasury he has found that he was
short in his account as an army commander
to the amount of $3,400. As he had furnished
vouchers for everything, and was not con
scious of owing the government a cent, he
began to look up his old accounts. He found
that the vouchers were not in the treasury.
He went over to the war department and
there found them in the private safe of the
chief clerk, where they had lieen overlooked
and forgotten.
If the general had died without making
this discovery he would have gone on the
record as a technical defaulter, and bis estate
could have been teld for the amount The
general is trying to have all these balances
cleared up. He baa found that there is a
long list of balances due the government,
which have been carried on the books since
the formation of the treasury. These alleged
balances foot up in the neighborhood of
$-io,000,00 Probably not over 10 per cent,
of them are really due the government, but
have been permitted to accumulate because
there is no system of bookkeeping which
properly notes and follows up the set offs.
John Adams, the second president, is a
technical defaulter to the United States for
over $30,000. Lafaj-ette is also down on the
books as owing tho government several thou
sand dollars. There is a number of promi
nent names in the long list. Gen. Rosecrans
will ask congress to create in his office a
division of balances. It will lo the duty of
tho clerk of this division to follow up each
set of accounts, search for all vouchers, and
then present true balances. Those that are
not charged against dead people long gone
bv, and against impoverished estates, will,
uinler his system, be charged up to profit and
loss, as are worthless accounts in privata
business. With a system like thi3 the books
of the treasury can be balanced every year.
Washington Cor. New York World.
The .Siii!i Conspiracy.
The official press organ of Senor Ruiz
Zorilla is practically the only newspaper
which does not express satisfaction and grati
tude at the announcement that the queen, on
the recommendation of the government, has
resolved to temper justice with mercy. It is
an undoubted fact that the most extreme and
utterly unscrupulous republican conspirators
desired that their dupes might be shot, in or
der that the reign of the young king might
be baptized with blood. They even provided
victims to insure this. As it happens, the
rmlv hlood shed has been spilled by those en
gaged in one of the vilest and most criminal
conspiracies in modern history. When the
details of the plot are published this language
will not be found one whit too strong. One
fact proves this. Bands of assassins were
told ofT to murder any officers who should at
tempt to enter tho barracks and take com
mand of the soldiers, who were thus obliged
to obey the sergeants, already suborned. In
this way Gen. Velarde and Count Mirasol
were foully assassinated. Madrid Cor. Lon
don Times.
Fassengers in a Tinder Ilox.
The ordinary passenger car is a tinder box.
Built of dry and inflammable woods and
the paints and varnishes with which it is fin
ished, composed of ingredients that burn as
readily as gunpowder; no sooner does fire
come in contact with any portion of its inner
surface than it is wrapped in flames instan
taneously. As the passengers, as a rule, find
themselves unable to get out of the car, and
as no one can break into it, the incineration
of every person in a wrecked railway car in
wHeh coal stoves and oil lamps furnish heat
anil light is a matter of a very few moment.
Some of the more progressive railways, while
still clinging to the "iaflanimable car, have
adopted Osteins of steam or hot air heating,
especially" for th-ir In st and most liberally
patrorizrtl trains. It is doubtful, however,
..ti,.,r there ii anvhigle road in the coun
try that does not still use the stove on its
cheaiwr trains or its branc h lines. Philadel
phia Timea.
I'iue Vie wet.
Mr. Gcr.sulves has just taken three
ditferent views of the interior of the new
St. Andrew's Cathedral. They arc exr
ceeilinply well dne and show the plac
off to treat advantage. Next w eek hef
will photograph the. oran and ;1J tue
exterior of the building. Mr. (Jonsalves
is doing very creditable work, and his
prices are within reach of all.
Absolutely Pure,
This powder never varies. A marvei or t-rivj, .
Strcn-th oiul v hoksomenos?. More economical
tliantheor-linary k.wls.wi'l cannot lscWm corn
pet. tUv! witu the nmlrau.le of lo.t short
cans. lum.N-a lviu c o.. loO WaU-SW
K. Y.
9d wtf .
A Card of Thanks.
The parents, sisters and brothers of the
lute John Irishman desire to return their
sincere and heartfelt thanks for the sym
pathy and consolation that have been ex
tended to them by their numerous friends
in the hour of a sad family bereavement.
Honolulu, December 29, 1SSU. 3S3dc30
Thursday Evening, Dec. SOtli
Amateur Pruinatie Performance of J. PA I.OKA VE
SIMPSON'S T1IKEK ACT COMKin
''A Scrap of Paper,"
With tlie following Cast;
PROSPER COURAMONT Mr. J. F. Urown
Ilh()N Dr. I. a ULACIl-RE Mr. H. W. Morse
r.RlSKMOL'CilE Mr. V. P. Hastings
ANATOLE Mr. F. Eisbop
BAPTISTE Mr. J. Dowsett
EOl'ISE Dk La (iEACIERE Miss B. Parke
SUN ANNE DE KESEV1ELE Mrs. J. I. StrontJ
MATHILUE Miss R. Makee
ZKNolilE Miss S. Kiug
PAULINE Miss Z. AtkiUHon
Trices of Admission.
TARQUETTE AND DRESS CIRCLE
BALCONY CIRCLE
GALLERY
...SI 00
75
GO
Eox Plau open at J. E. Wiseman's on TUES
1"A V lyKlti) at 9 a. 111.
Spats reserved without extra charge. Daora
opeti at I. in. Performance bejius at 8 p. us
b77 iiec30
Austriilian Mail Service.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
Tin; new aiul iiu' Al sffi-1 steamship
99
Of tho Oeouiiio steamship Company, will be due
tit Honolulu from Sydney and AueklaitU
ON Or Hliollt
January 14,
1887,
And will leave for tlie uhxve port with mails and
jmssenttera on .r uliout that date.
For freight or piis.iai.-e, tinving SLTKKIOR
ACCOMMOHATIONS, apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.,
AGKXTS.
For Sydney ami Auckland.
The new and tine Al steel steamship
" ALAMEDA,"
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be
due at Honolulu from s.n Fruucisco
or or about
January 22, 1887.
And will have prompt dUpaton with mulls and
pa-ssenfrers for the aove ports.
For freight or pusHUe, having SCPERIOK AC
COMMODATIONS, apply to
Wm. (r. Irwin & Co.,
royal fs?.ij! J i$
IB
lit a pw f fnffi
Hawaiian Opera House
i&frtisfir.fn's.
EXGELimECHT'S
CIG-AR.
Leads -Tlicm All.
Your uIvch ami 'liililren Mill re
Jticc. llaiiiic luimtl tlie Sampler t'lar
your choice.
Eimelbreclit Son & Co.,
llir. mcli'29
2i fii;st sTitKKr, a. r.
PIIOGUAMME
-OF THE-
Third Seini-Aiiimal
Target
Practice
-OF THE-
I)'.
una
I
ill
fo be held at their ranpre on King street, op
posite the Government Nursery,
SATUBDAY,
January I, ISS7. nt a. m.
GOVERNOR DOMINIS CUP,
Valued at S100, for tlie hifihest aggregate
. i . -V', . 1 ok1 r lii-
score m niatciies o. i, .
come tlie property of tlie niarKHmau win
ning it three times at regular meetings of the
W- 1- A- ,r
Won July 5, 1SSG, by J. Brodie, M. D.
I. THE BRODIE MEDAL.
Valued at $50, also second prize of S5. Con
ditions of the match : Open to all members
of the Association, mid members of the reg
ular and volunteer military companies of
the Kingdom ; to become the property of
the marksman winning it three times at
regular meetings or the II. It. A.
Distance, 200 vaids; rounds, 10; any
military rifle under the rules ; limited to
one entry to each competitor. Entrance
fee 51. . TT
Won Januarv 1, 18SG, by Wm. Lnger.
Won July 5, 1S8G, by C. B. Wilson.
II. 11. It. A. TROPHY.
Valued at $150. Competitors limited to
imiiIm nf the Association. Conditions
For the highest aggregate score at 200 and
rn) vftirts: 10 rounds at each distance; any
mili l.i I'V rifle under the rules; to become the
property of the marksman winning it three
times at regular meetings of the II. R. A.
Entrance fee, HI.
Won Januarv 1. 188C, by F. J. Iliggms.
Won Julv 5, 1SSG, by J. Brodie, M. D.
III. THE
ALDES FRUIT AND TATtO
CO. MEDAL.
Valued at S100; also a second prize of S3.
Conditions Open to all comers; to become
the property of the marksman winning it
three times at regular meetings of the II.
11. A.; 10 rounds each at the 400 and 500
yard ranges; any military rifle under the
rules; Iinntea to one niuj iui ui wm
petitor. Entrance fee, SI.
Won July 5, 1886, by J. Brodie, M. D.
IV. ALL-COMERS' MATCH.
Four cash prizes, namely: 23, 15, 10 and
10 per cent of the net receipts. Conditions:
Open to all marksmen; any military rifle
under the rules; 10 rounds; distance, 200
yards. Entrance fee, SI. Entries unlim
ited. V. ASSOCIATION SECOXi.' CLASS
MATCH.
Open to all members of tho Association
who have never made a record exceeding 73
per cent at any regular meeting of the II.
K. A. First prize, a silver cup. Conditions:
Rounds, 10; distance, 200 ards; any mili
tary rifle under the rules. Entrance fee, Si.
Entries unlimited.
VI. ASSOCIATION TIIIKD CLASS
MATCH.
Open to all members ot the Association
who have never made a record exceeding 65
per cent at any regular meeting of theH.
R. A. First prize, Springfield rifle. Con
ditions, same as in match No. 5.
VII. CONSOLATION MATCH.
Four cash prizes, namely, 23. 15, 10 and
10 per cent of the net receipts. Conditions:
Oten to all marksmen who have never
r, ,if. n cord exceeding 70 per cent at any
meeting of the H. R. A.; rounds, 5; dis
tance, 200 vards; any military rifles ruder
tlie rules. "Entrarce fee. 50 cents. Entries
unlimited.
Extra guns and cartridges can be obtained
at the range.
J. H. FISHER,
Secretary.
RRODIE, M. D.,
Presid lit.
371 jal
TO LET.
4 T PALMA TWO NICK COTTAGES IN RO-
i t'ello Lane, for ?li0 and S'JO per month re-
pectlvely. Inquire at Hyuiaa Bros., ta
7K
llille Association
waiian
lU&erfocmriils.
AT FISHEL'S STOBE,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Sts.,
May be Seen one of the most Elaborate
Displays of
DRY CxOODS
Etc., ever brought to view in
this
RECEIVED, cx
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF-
IVEXJSIC
-INCLUDING-
Martin Guitars, Taney Goods, Toys
And XMAS CARDS for the Holidays. Also received a toik of
Furniture,
luclmllnif Heed Itockerw,
WEST, DOW & CO.
320
CIGARS
If you want a fine CIGAR, try some of Straiton & Storm's, which have just
arrived at .
HOLLISTER & CO.S,
109 Fort
73
G. D. FREETH.
FREETH &
M bolesale tViue and
S3 ISTiruann street
-:o:-
Sole agents for J. J. Melcher's " ELEPHANT " GIN, Pellisson's uncoloreJ,
unsweetened, pure old BltANDY only two qualities shipped, 7 and 10 yearg old.
lly. W. Smith Jt Co.'s
THISTLEDEW WHISKY,
We offer fer .ale at reduced figures, a large and well assorted Btock of
ALES, BEERS, STOUTS, WINES, SPIRITS, LIQUEURS, etc., either in bond
or duty paid.
I.fcO. Box 504.
373
EA.Gr A TnT &d CO.
Corner of Fort Tand Rflerchant Strecto.
-IMPORTERS OF-
Men'M niul.irojh' Fine htoin-made Clot hlng, t'lirnlaliluir (iood.
HATS and CAPS,
TKfXKS, VALISES. ETC.
Island orJeiB solicited
LOYEJOY & CO.,
"Wiiie ancl Spixit Merchants,
No. 15 Nuuanu Street.
Havinp enlarced and renovated thfr htcrf and rrr.lrnUt fd ttir stock, are tow fully j rf part-d t
surlily all goods in tbelr line at very lov ret niarVtt rafen.
66
ROYAL
Special attention is callcdjto this extra quality of UMX. heive thirown importation and a xeiy
au jrior article.
A full anwortinent of 'lifonili M i nen and all the ft trando of Keer, AlranJ lNrl r
always in stock. Also, genuin lOli I ltolerM aweet CLuip?ne, quarta and pint.
Cordials, Liqueurs, 33itters, Etc.
(
Islandordera promptly atttnded to and
Ttleptione. SOS.
City.
ZEALMDIA,
GOODS,
('nil and fJxiimf ne.
janl
Street,
' W. C. PEA COCK.
PEACOCK,
.Splrll'MercIianlw,
Honolulu, jET. I.
Telephones Xo. 248.
and rrornjitly attended to.
Katiifictlon ifaaraa.
70 if
CLTJ3B GlST.
99
good carefully packed for ablpmcnt.
159 janl 1. 4. Box 187,

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