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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, MARCH 1, 1887.
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HONOLULU WATLR WORKS,
Depahimesi of Intecior. )
Rules and Regulations of the Honolulu Water
Works for the City and Harbor of Honolulu,
adopted and promulgated this 2Gth day of Febru
1. Applications for a permanent supply of
water from any Government system or source of
supply shall be iu writing, signed by the appli
cant; such applications shall be upou a printed
form, -which will be furnished at the office of the
Honolulu Water Works.
2. All Water Rates shall be payable half yearly
iu advance on the first day of Jauuary and the
first day of July each year at the office of the
Honolulu Water Works.
3. In all cases of non-payment of the Water
Rate within fifteen days .after it is due, ten per
cent in addition to the regular rate shall be
charged to and become due by the perdon hold
ing such privilege, and the Superintendent may
forthwith without notice shut oil the water from
such privilege and charge the expenses of the
same to such hollers of the privilege, and all
the water shut off from the privilege as above
shall not be turned on again until the rate for
such privilege and the expenses are paid in
4. No person or family supplied with water
from the Honolulu Water "Works shall be per
mitted to use the water for any purpose other
than that stated in their agreement, nor to sup
ply water in any way to other persons or fam
ilies. 5. Consumers shall prevent all unnecessary
waste of water, and shall make no concealment
of the purposes for which it is used.
6. No alteration shall be mu.dc in any water
pipe or fixture without firM giving notice of th
intended alteration at the ofliee of the Honolulu
7. In all cases where water is to be supplied
to several parties or tenants from one connec
tion or tap, the contract for the privilege will be
made only with one of said several parties, and
on his default to abide by these regulations
and pay the rates, the connection will be cut
8. In all cases A Fire or tire Alarm, those
persons having irrigation or fountain privileges
shall immediately shut oh their Water.
i). All unoccupied premises having water
privileges will be charged full water rates unless
a written notice is given at the office of the Hon
olulu Water Works to shut otf the same from the
10. All service pipes shall be kept clear and
iu good repair by the holder Of the privilege at
his own expense.
11. Street sprinkling with hose and standing
irrigators is prohibited except by written per
mission from the office of the Honolulu Water
12. No one but the pcrs.m? duly authorized
by the Superintendent of the Honolulu Water
Works shall tap or turn oil ur on ,.iter from the
1J. All officers and duly uuthoiiiea Inspectors
of the Honolulu Water Works shall be admitted
at all reasonable hours to all parts of any prem
ises having water priti leges, to inspect the
14. No water shall be sold from any privilege
except by written permission of the Superinten
dent. No water shall be supplied to ships or
vessels except at the special r.ites or by special
agreement, and only by the Officer of the Hon
olulu Water Works duly authorized. In all ca.-ea
of water unpplied hereunder a receipt for the
quantity supplied shall be given and payment
shall be made to no person except o.i the produc
tion of the receipt from the office of the Hono
lulu Water Works.
15. Irrigation shall be confined to i lie hours
that shall be published from time to time by the
Superintendent of Waterworks.
10. Violation of any of these Rules aud Regu
lations shall terminate the privilege, and the
water shall be cut off aud shall not be turned on
again until the payment of all costs and ex
penses. The Superintendent of Water Works is author
ized to grant and sign permissions for Water
Privileges, and uuka all agreements in connec
tion with water rates.
Witness my hanl and Official
skaL.1 Real the day and dat- above writ
ten L. AHOLO,
Minister of Interior.
The following are the forms of privileges and
charges of water rates:
HONOLULU WATER WORKS, J
f)KrAKtMKNT OF TILE IXTEKIOB. )
Regulations of water rates for the Honolulu
Water Works chauged and revised this 20th day
Of February, A. 1. 1887;
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11- .a,d liaeiitie Shops.
jt'iuu.'.u't' :iiic'as(l Mechanic,
Vhou mw. luses on same lot or premises
each ljjo.i.-e -a b charged:
Sfr-f et Spr: nklin.
V ";v.er purposes, FECIAL RATES.
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HONOLULU WATER WORKS.
Department of the Inxlkior.
APPLICATION FOR WATER PRIY1LEOE.
Honolulu, II. I.,
Application is hereby made by
for a water
privilege for the premises on
size of tap
with irrigation privileges, at th rate
of per annum.
Water to be used for
Full description of premises.
All rates are payable semi-annually, in ad
vance, at the office of the Honolulu Water Works
on the first days of January and July of each
This Privilege is subject to the Rules and Reg
ulations promulgated by the Minister of the
Interior, ana to the Laws of the Kingdom more
especially. Chapter 2C of the Laws of 1886.
The Honolulu Water Works shall in no case be
liable for any claim for damage occasioned by
the bursting of pipes whatsoever. A stop-cock
shall be put not more than two feet inside the
front boundary line of premises by the holder
of the privilege at his expense, and the same be
protected by a box or otherwise, kept clean and
marked, so water can be turned off Immediately.
Water Privilege No.
A water privilege is hereby
granted to as specified in
the foregoing application, subject to the same
and the Rules and Regulations of the Honolulu
Executed iu Duplicate.
Minister of Interior.
Adjutant Oexeral's Department,
February 4, 1887
(General Order No. 3.)
On the present melancholy occasion of the
death of Her late Royal Highness the Princess
Likelike, the Officers of the Forces will wear,
when in uniform, black crape over the orna
mental part of the hat or cap, over the sword
knot and on the left arm, with black gloves, and
a black crape scarf over the sash.
The drums are to be covered with black, and
black crape is to be hung from the staff of the
Infantry and from the standaid of the Cavalry.
Whtn officers appear at Court in their uni
forms, they will wear black crape over the orna
mental part of the hat or cap, over the sword
knot, and on the left arm, with white gloves
aud a black crape scarf over the sash.
The period of mourning specified by the Court
will be observed by the Forces.
By order of the (Commander-in-Chief,
CURTIS P. IAUKEA,
The Court will go into full mourning for Her
late Royal Highness the Princess Likelike from
this date until the day after the funeral, and
will wear half mourning from that time until
the expiration of two weeks from the day of the
CURTIS P. IAUKEA,
U. M.'s Chamberlain.
Iolani Palace, February 3, 1887. 470 tf d Vf.
I'OKT OF HONOLULU, 11. 1.
A Kit I VAIA
Monday, February 2i.
Scbr Waiehu, from Papaikou
Schr Kulamanu, from Hamakua
Scbr Waioli, from Kuau, Maui
Schr Waimalu, from Kuau
Schr Caterina, from Uanalei
Schr Manuokawai, from Koolau
Schr Josephine, from Ewa
I El ART IT K ll.S.
Monday, February 28.
Stmr Likelike, for Maui, at 5 p in
Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, for Molokai, at 5pm
Stmr Waimaualo, for Waianae at y a m
Vessel I.ejivluir To-imy.
Steamship Kinau, Loreuzen, for windward
ports, at 4 p m
Smr Mikahala, Hall, for Nawiliwili, Waimea,
Koloa, etc, Kauai, at 5 p in
Stmr W G Hall, Rates, for Maui and Hawaii,
at 10 a m
Stmr Surprise, W Weisbarth, for Kuau, at 4
Am bk C O Whitmore, T Thompson, for San
Francisco, at 1 p m
Schr Kawailani, for Koolau
Schr Heeia, for Koolau
Sehr Manuokawai, for Koolau. Oahu
Schr Kulamanu, for Kohala
Schr Liholiho. for Waimea, Kauai
Schr Kauikeaonli, for Kohala
Schr Caterina. for Hanalei
Schr Waioli, for Kuau
Schr Waimalu, for Kuau
Schr Josephine, fr Ewa
Vessels I" lrt from Foreign Pons.
Am bk Sonoma, Howes, from Newcastle,
N S W
Brit bark Lady Lanipsou, Marston, from New
castle, N S W
Brit bark Zoila, McKay, from Newcastle, N
H H Ms training ship Kaimiloa, from Apia,
Nor bk P C Paterson, from Newcastle, N S W
Brit bark Glengaber, Kolleston, from Liver
pool Am tern J C Ford, T H Griffiths, from San
Brit bark Martha Fisher, Buckingham, from
Am hark Klikitat, R D Cutler, from Port Towns
end. W T
Am bgtne W G Irwin. J E McCollough, from
Ger bk C R Bishop, H Wolters, from Bremen,
Am bktne S N Castle, H L Hubbard, from Port
Am bktne Forest Queen, Winding, from San
: Kit i tel rrom Foreign Porta.
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due January
German bark Hercules, Scbaefer, sailed from
Liverpool October yth, due February 2U-28
Am wh bark Hunter, GeoWJenks, from the
Line Islands, due March 10-31
Am bark Timour, Brewer, sailed from Boston
Dec 17, due May 1-20
Brit bark Cerates, from Liverpool, due May
Brit bark Velocity, Bolster, from Hongkong,
due Feb 10-18
Am bark Julia Foard, from Departure Bay, due
January 10 31
Am wh bk Ohio, from New Bedford, due Feb
Am wh bk Lancer, from New Bedford, due Feb
Am wh bk Reindeer, from San Francisco, due
Am wh bk Helen Mars, from San Fraucisco,
due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Wanderer, from San Francisco, due
Am wh bk Francis Palmer, from San Francisco,
due Feb 10-23
Am wh bk Fleerwlng, from San Francisco, due
Am wh bk William Bayllies, from San Francis
co, due Feb 10-28
Am wk bk Mary and Susan, from San Francis
co, due 10-28
Am wh bk Mara, from San Francisco, due Feb
Am wh bk Andrew Hicks, from San Francisco,
due Feb 10-28
Am missionary steam bktne Morning Star, 1
F Turner, from the South Sea Islands; due Feb
PMSS City of Rio de Janeiao, W B Cobb, from
aa xrancisco, en route to Yokohama and Hong
konp, due March 12
Am bark Ceylon, R Calhoun, from San Fran-
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Haw schr General Siegel, Sanders, from
l reucn t rigate Shoals, due Nov 20-30
Haw bark Thos R Foster, F W Ru-g, from Vic
toria, 15 i;, due Dec 25-31
Am bktne Makah, from Newcastle, N S W, due
OSS Australia (Haw , II C Houdlette, from
San Francisco, due March
R M S S Alameda (Ami, H G Morse, from the
Colonies, en route i San Francisco, due
R M S S City of New York, Searle, from Hong
kong via Yokohama, en route to San I ranctsco,
due March 5th
Supposed to te lost.
For Kabului, per stmr Likelike, February 28
Hon Jno W Kalua and wife, Hon S W Kaai, G P
Wilder, A S Barnes, J B Atherton, J L Aholo,
and 50 deck passengers.
The British bark Lady Lampson will sail
to-morrow for San Francisco.
The American bark C. O. Whitmore, Captain
T.Thompson, will leave at 1 o'clock this after
noon with '-1,196 bags sugar and 1,6-0 bags rice
for San Francisco. The cargo is valued at about
The steamer Mikahala sails this afternoon for
Nawiliwili, Koloa, Waimea, Eleele, Lekaha and
the island of Niihau.
The schooner Waiehu, Captain Duncan, ar
rived February 28th from Papaikou, Hilo, Ha
waii, after a nearly four week's absence. Re
ports very rough weather at Papaikou, causing
tne delay. Lost an anchor with several fath
oms chain, and the windlass was broken. She
brought T-10 bags sugar, which were placed on
board the bark Lady Lampson. Passed a full
rigged ship and two barks 40 miles N.E. of Coco
Head making for here last Saturday.
The schooner Caterina brougb G40 bags sugar
from Hanalei, Kauai, February 28th.
The bark Sonoma is now taking in sugar at
Messrs. Allen k. Robinson's wharf.
The schooner ManuokawaiJ brought 2C4 bags
rice and. 40 barrels molasses from Koolau, Oahu,
The steamer Surprise will take some ma
chinery from the Honolulu Iron Works this
evening for the Uamakupoka Sugar Mill,
The schooner Waioli brought 965 bags sugar
from Paia, Maui, February 28th, and will sail
The schooner Waimalu arrived from Maui
February 28th with 1,317 bags sugar from Kuau,
which will be transferred to the tern J. C. Ford
The steamer W. G. Hall sails at 10 o'clock this
morning for Kona, Kau, Mualae, Luhaina, etc.,
and the Volcano.
The schooner Liholiho arrived from Kona,
Hawaii, February 28th, with 30 cords fire wood,
and will leave with coal to-day for Wainiea,
Mr. W. F. Williams' sloop Kahihilani brought
225 bags rice from Ewa, Oahu, February 27th.
The schooner Kawailani brought CJO bags rice
and 100 bags rice bran from Koolau, Oahu, Feb
The steamer J. A. Cummins will leave to
morrow morning at U o'clock for all ports in
Koolau and Waimanalo. She is now having her
The steamer Kinau leaves this afternoon for
Maui and Hawaii. She passed the barkentine
G. C. Terkins last Saturday about 30 miles be
yond Coco Head.
The schooner Kulamanu arrived from Kohala,
Hawaii, February 28th, with 2,100 bags sugar,
and will leave again to-day for Kohala, Hawaii,
The schooner Josephine brought 250 bags salt
from Ewa, Oahu, February 2Sth.
LIGHTFOOT At Honokaa, Hamakua, on Quin
quaesima Sunday, 1887, to the wife of J. Light
foot, a son.
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTES.
Yuen Kee &, Co. have removed to Hotel
Fine white cashmere scurfs with fringe
at N. . Sachs', 101 Fort street.
Fine millinery goods, new ribbons and
new trimmings at Sachs'.
Children's lace stocks, all colors, infants'
worsted hoods and jackets at Sachs' store.
(lias. T. nlick, Notary Public.
Special attention given to writing up
books and collecting accounts and rents.
Employment Agency. All orders for
plantation laborers, household servants,
etc., will receive the prompt attention of
Mr. F. Marcos, who has had long expe
ience in this line of business.
Tlie F..!ite Mrs. Ktoililiinl.
Charles "Warren Stoddard not only out
wardly resembled his mother, but from
her received his gentleness, his love for
nature and his delicate sentiment. When
we used to start off to school together
she watched him with a loving pride,
and when he went roving in his live
years' tour around the world, she wrote
him that he must come home, that she
could no longer endure the separation.
Last week a company of true, old-time
friends met up at the little chapel on
Van Ness avenue, and looked upon her
sweet, sensitive face for the last time on
earth. My heart reached out to her son
at that sad hour. The week before I had
spent a cheery afternoon with her, find
ing her well and happy, and looking for
ward to her boy's return. The only
daughter, beautiful and charming, was
married to Mr. Makee, a planter at
Maui, Hawaiian Islands, where she
lives and entertains very delightfully
sometimes numbering members of the
Royal house among her guests. From
his sister's romantic plantation Charley
wrote some of his popular articles for the
Eastern and California magazines. Mr.
and Mrs. Stoddard finally made their
home at Maui, and the latter and
Mrs. Makee lately came here upon
a visit. Mrs. Stoddard's intelligent,
pleasant letters to me from the Islands
gave evidence that she might have be
come a writer of ability had she chosen
that calling. She was a refined, edu
cated lady, and as a pioneer church
member in San Francisco, was earnest
and faithful in charitable work and in
every line of good endeavor, at a time
when such laborers were few. Mr.
Stoddard was one of our early mercan
tile men, and has hosts of friends who
sympathize with him in his sorrow.
Polly Idleway in San Francisco Post.
Honolulu Almanac and Directory.
The Honolulu Almanac and Directory
for 18S7 is now for sale at J. II. Soper's
news depot and at this office. Price 50
cents. It contains complete statistical
nrd wnora information relatincto these
Resolution1 Adopted toy tlie Iasen
er uu tUe Wrecked Brig.
IIilo, February 22, 1SS7.
To Captain William Matson Dear Sir:
The passengers of th2 ill-fated Selina,
wishing to express the profound sympathy
awaked by your loss, as well as the lively
gratitude entertained for your many and
kindly services, beg you to accept the fol
lowing resolutions, which they most cor
Resolved, first That Captain Matson,
by his gentlemanly courtesy and unfailing
kindness to us throughout the voyage, has
won from us the unbounded esteem which
he ever inspires in his passengers.
Second That by his watchfulness and
skill as a seaman on several trying occa
sions he in nowise weakened his already es
tablished reputation as a wise and skillful
seaman and navigator.
Third That it is the profound convic
tion of us all that the wreck of the brig
Selina was wholly due to causes beyond the
power of man to foresee, or when seen to
successfully cope with, and that no just
criticism can be passed upon the action of
those in command during the hour of ex
And finally resolved, that we now tender
our sincere thanks to Captain Matson and
the first mate, Mr. Matson, for their faith
fulness to us after the vessel struck, and
also request Captain Matson to extend, in
our name, the gratitude we entertain to
Mr. llexford Hitchcock for his brave and
efficient service rendered in securing the
safety of the lady passengers; also to
Judge F. S. Lyman, for the tireless cart
exercised in securing our baggage.
A W. Burt,
Mrs. A. W. Burt,
Mrs. Geo. W. Paty,
Mrs. Kittie Ferris,
Mis Lillie Low,
Mr. F. W. McChesxey.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Mr. A. M. Ilewett has the Advertiser
for sale every daj'.
The bark Forest Queen lost two anchors
while at Mahukona.
The Forest Queen brought 49,000 bricks
from San Francisco.
Special Lenten services at 5 p. m. at St.
Andrew's Cathedral to-day.
Mr. .1. J. Williams took some fine in
stantaneous views of the funeral proces
sion. Do not fail to see the troupe of Japanese
acrobats at the Hawaiian Opera House this
. Newr steps are being built in front of
the Hawaiian Opera House by Mr. E. E.
The steamers Kinau and Likelike will
both arrive in Honolulu next Sunday
The new kerosene warehouse is so far
completed that it will be read' to receive
oil this week.
The steamer W. G. Hall sails at 10
o'clock this morning, and the Kinau at 4
o'clock in the afternoon.
E. B. Thomas, the contractor, will com
mence to pull down the coral building
next to Mr. Mclnerny's store to-day.
The "Honolulu Almanac and Directory"
for 1837 is now on sale at J. H. Sopers's
news depot and this office. Price, 50 cents.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the People's Ice & Refrigerating Com
pany will be held at 10 o'clock this morn
ing. At 10 o'clock this morning the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Inter
island Steam Navigation Company will be
held at the company's office.
The Rev. Alex. Mackintosh requests the
lady collectors of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to forward to him the proceeds of the past
month's collections by to-morrow morning-
A meeting of the St. Andrew's Church
Association will be held in the Sunday
school room Thursday evening. The Rev.
II. H. Goweu will read a paper on "The
Holy Catholic Church."
The meetings still continue at the Tract
and Missionary Hall, Fort street. The
subject for this evening is the Sabbath of
the New Testament. Services begin at
7:30. All should be interested in this im
Tlie Japanese Aciobals.
The Oura .Company of Japanese acro
bats, who lately arrived here by the
steamship Gaelic, yesterday gave a pri
vate rehearsal of a few of their feats,
from which it may be safely asserted
that they possess in a remarkable de
gree those peculiar faculties of agility,
strength and courage for which their race
is so justly famous. This was the unan
imous verdict of the- few strangers who
witnessed the performance. The juven
ile members form a conspicuous feature.
So supple are their joints that it would
appear to the ordinary observer that
their anatomy contains an extra num
ber of these. Their somersaults are of
an extraordinary character. The young
sters, whose age range from eight to ten,
tie themselves up into knots, roll about
like balls, use their arms for purposes of
locomotion as freely as their legs, swing
themselves round on their heads as if
the neck joint were a pivot, and go
through a variety of other manoeuvres.
One of their number performs a start
ling feat upon a ladder reaching to the
roof of the building, and poised upon one
side only on the shoulder of one of the
oldest assistants. While this is in pro
gress, and all eyes are directed to the
merry little fellow who is dancing about
the top, holding on first by a foot, then a
hand, then resting upon the stomach
with arms and legs extended in mid-air,
one's breath is suddenly taken away by
the ladder falling to pieces, but the
youthful acrobat is in nowise discon
certed, for the single pole of bamboo
still remains intact. Even more mar
vellous is an exhibition of the art of bal
ancing about a score of different articles,
including China cups, small rods with a
long 6ilk tassel at either end. and other
things being kept in position without
support alternately upon the chin, the
thread. The performance, taken as a
whole, is one of the most unique ever
seen in this city, and none should miss
the'opportunity of witnessing it. It will
be open to the public for the first timo
this evening at the Hawaiian Opera
House. Particulars may be learned
from the advertisement in another col
Steamship Movements In March.
The Oceanic Company's Australia will
be due from San Francisco March 9th,
and the Zealandia on the 19th. The
Alameda leaves Honolulu L,r San Fran
cisco on the 11th, and the Australia on
Leads 1 hem AIL
Your wives and children Mill re
joice. Having found the Sampler t'iHr
Engelbreclit, Son & Co.,
103 m ;h29 21 FIHST STKEET, S. F.
1ADIES WISHING A COMPETENT NURSE
j can secure the services of Mrs. CHAMPLAIN
by inquiring at Mrs. lloyt's, 115 King strjet,
corner of Alakea street. 406-may3
The Leading Millinery House
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
By the Australia we have received a fine line
of NEW GOODS, which will le placed for sale on
Ladies' Black Silk Clocked Hose,
( renin AMtrachan Dres (ooN, Double
Cream rcnmiine and Sacking brc
Light Colored Cashmeres.
Something new in Fancy Crape.
1 he Latest.
IufanlH :54 Hose in Camel, Piuk,lllue
A Fine I J ne or Skirt l'laltlng; ami
Finest Line of Silk Gloves
Ever imported to this City.
Spanish Lace Fichus in White A Black
We have on hand a very large stock of
-A-ll Wool Shawls,
A fine line of Ladies' Trimmed and Untrimmed
A full line of Black Cashmere, Gimps, Fringes,
Come aud See our New Goods.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Leading Millinery House.
A. M. KEWETT,
ationer ; Newsdca
HONOLULU, II. I.
Bell Telephone 302. Mutual Telephone 371.
Hawaiian Opera House!
TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SAT
March 1st, 3d & 5th,
SAN JOSE, CAL, U. S. A.
A CALIFORNIA PBODUCTIOS.
The Fine Exhibit Made at tlie Fair by
the Fredericksburg Brewing Co.
One'of the mo -1 novel and uuique exhibits of the Mechanic' Fair was that of the
Fredericksburg Laser Brewing Co. It was in the form of a bower, the roof being formed
of hop vine, while around the sides were arranged the various packages of the famous
Fredericksburg beer. This company was the pioneer in the manufacture of lager on the
Coast. After overcoming many obstacles they have succeeded in producing an export
JL.ager Not Surpassed
By any other made iu the United States. A proot ofjthis is setm in the fact that their
goods are sold an far East as Chicago, despite Eastern competition. How cau they do
this after paying freight over 3,000 miles of railroad, it may be aked. Iu the first place
hops are better and cheaper here than in the East; again, California barley is the best
grown in the United States; but the chief reason is the superior quality of the brew. As
they use only the finest artesian water and the very best material, and have all the best
ami latest machinery, they are able to produce an article thatj
Their Export Lager is so perfect thft it will keep any number of years iu "any climate,
and is sold largely in Mexico, Australia, the Islands, South America, and iu abort
throughout the Western Hemisphere. In three years their output lias quadrupled; last
year it amounted to 33,000 barrels, and this year will exceed that amount.
Since writing the above we learn that the Fredericksburg Brewing Co. was awarded
the firstprize, a silver medal, " for the best Export Lager," also the first prize, another
silver medal, for the " best Keg Lager Beer." Journal of Commerce, San Francisco.
Tp-Having been appointed SOLE AGENTS for the Hawaiian Islands for the above
celebrated Brewing Company, we are now prepared to fill all orders for the trade aud
family consumption at bedrock figures..
FBEETH & PEACOCK,
P. O. BOX 504.
23 Nimaim Street, Honolulu.
3G9;dcc23 d-wtf J BOTH TELEPHONES No. 46.
B. P. EHLEES & CO.
At Greatly Reduced Prices !
-A.fter Stock Taking.
DATIS & WILDER,
Grocers and Provision Dealers,
52 Fort Street, I-Ionolulu.
OFFER FOR SALE :
SALMON (Columbia River) in bbls., Vt bbls. and cares; 15, 25 and 50 lb. kegs.
BEEF (ex-Family) in 100 lb. bbls. and 25 and 50 lb. kegs.
MACKEREL in 15 lb. kits.
HERRINGS in 15 lb. kits, HERRINGS (Holland)-in kegs.
MIXED PICKLES, GERMAN PICKLES, SAUEU. KRAUT, WORCESTKRSH
SAUCE in 5 gallon kegs.
SUGAR Dry Granulated bbls., H bbls., and 30 lb. boxes.
" Cube H bbls. and 25 lb. boxes.
" Powdered in 30 lb. boxes.
COFFEE Costa Rica green, in sacks.
" Folger's Java in 1 and 2 lb. tins.
" Old Kona green and roasted.
FAIRBANK'S LARD in cases, 3, 5 and 10 lb. tins.
CASES L., McN. & L., 1 and 2 lb. Corned Beef.
" " 1 and 2 lb. Lunch Tongue.
Underwood's Boned and Potted Meats and Lobsters.
"J Honey in glass jars.
Medium and Saloon Bread and 8oda Crackers.
" Table Fruits, Pickles, Sugar Peas, Corn, Tomatoes, Jams and Jell..-. 2;
Hackin's Soups, Catsup, Eagle and Vanilla Chocolate, etc., etc.
HAMS Buffalo, Whittaker, Dupee, aud California Covered.
BACON "Thistle," and H. M. Dupee.
CHEESE California. ;New York, Young America, Edom Limbnrger, etc.
A large and complete invoice juBt opened up of Crosse & Blackw'ell's MeiM. s.
Jams and Jellies, .trench Peas and Mushrooms, Salad Oils, Spices and C-ti'Iir
Chutney Sauces, Candies, etc., etc.
BUTTER-Plentv for Everybody.
Woodlawn Dairy in 1 lb. bricks price reduced to CO cts. per lb. Received fresh fro tl.t
daily. Other Island Dairies, 50 cts. per lb. California Fresh Roll Batter u
50 lb. kegs Choice Gilt Edj?e. Whitney's Roll Butter in tins.
BEANS, ONIONS AND POTATOES.
(New Zealand Potatoes by every steamer from the Colonies.)
C50ur celebrated Family Flour "Fresno" brand, also Golden Gate.
Barley, Oats, Bran, Wheat and Corn
All of which we offer at very low prices.
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AUUllUIN SALU CHAS. T. GDJiiOK,
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
General Business Agent.
Bax Flan now open at the Elite lee Cream
W. II. ALDRICH, Manager.
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UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE HON.
Board of Edncation, I shall sell at Public
Auction, on Monday,tbe 7th day of March next, at
12 noon, at iny Salesrooms, corner of Fort and
Queen streets. Honolulu, that very desirable
tract of land situate at Euliu, Lileba street, i
known as the Lee Youman's property, compris-'
nir Rllnitnd Cull lanil nf onn.l a. ....IU. 1 1 I
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T ATI "MVw 1 Containing an area of 11 and
J- liU. y &-1U0 acres, at an upset price
1 (W "MV 0 Adjoining the above on the '
JUVyJL llU. ij xnaaka side, and containing j
an area of one acre; upset !
TERMS CASH. Deeds at the expense of pur- j
chasers. Further particulars may be laarned by
application ai me omce oi ine noara oi Juluca- i
tion, where plans and surveys of the land may '
LEWIS J. LEVEY.
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Books written up. Acconntwnud Itenlw
Fmployment and Shipping Agency. Labor
Contract Blanks aud Revenue Stamps always on
band. Copying and translating in all languages
used in thin Kingdom. Orders from the other
Islands will receive prompt attention.
Itell Telephone 318. 1. O.Ilox -113.
No. 38 MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU.
Lately occupied by Messrs. Smith & Thurston.
Bell Telephone 172.
I. O. Box 307.
Campbell's Block, Merchant St.
Honolulu-, February 2, tii7.
Cooks, Laborers, House Servants aud all kinds
of help furnished premptly, without charge to
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