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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, MARCH 22, 1887.
HONOLULU WATER WORKS, 1
Depabxment of Txtiriob. )
Rules and Regulations of the Honolulu Water
Works for the City and Harbor of Honolulu,
adopted and promulgated this ioth day of Febru
1. Applications for a permanent supply of
water fioui any Government system or source of
supply shall be in writing, signed by the appli
cant; sucb applications shall be upon a printed
form, which will be furnished at the office of the
Honolulu Water Works.
2. All Water Rates shall be payable half yearly
in advance on the first day of January 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 person 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 sucb holders 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 i3 used.
6. No alteration shall be made in any water
pipe or fixture without first giving notice of the
intended alteration at the office 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 taid sevural parties, and
on his default to allium by these regulations
and pay the rates, the couueuou will he cut
8. In all cases A Firj or lire Alarm, those
persons having irriatio;i of fountain privileges
shall immediately shut oil iheir Water.
9. Ali unoccupied premises having water
privileges will be charge. i full water rates unless
a written notice is given at the oSK-e of the Hon
olulu Water Works to sh-ii ou the name from the
10. All service pipes sh.itl be kept clear and
in good repair by the holder of the privilege at
bis own expense.
11. Street sprinkling with h ixo and staudiug
irrigators i prohibited except by written per
mission from the office of the Honolulu Water
12. No oue but the persons duly authorized
by the Superintendent of tne ilo-:olulu Water
Works shall tap or turn od or on water from the
13. Ali oftict-rs and duly authorized Inspectors
of the Honolulu Water Works shall be admitted
at all reasonable ln-urs to all par is of any prem
ises having water privileges, to inspect the
H. No water shall he sold from any privilege
except by written permission of the Superinten
dent. No water shall he supplied to ships or
vessels except at the special rates or by special
agreement, aud only by the Odicer of the Hon
olulu Water Works duly authorized. In all cases
of water supplied Hereunder a receipt tor tne
quantity supplied shall be given and payment
shall be made to no person except on the produc
tion of the receipt from the orlioe of the Hono
lulu Water Works.
15. Irrigation shall be confined to the hours
that shall be published from time to time by the
Superintendent of Waterworks.
16. Violation of any of these Rules and Regu
lations shall terminate the privilege, and the
water shall be cut off and 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 make all agreements in connec
tion with water rates.
Witness my band and Official
seal. Seal the day and date above writ
ten. L. AHOLO,
Minister of Inteiior.
The following are the forms of privileges and
cbaitjes of water rates:
HONOLULU WATER WORKS,
Depauxmkjit of tuk Interior. )
HONOLULU WATER WORKS.
Department oy thb Ixtibiob
APPLICATION FOR WATER PRIVILEGE.
Honolulu,- H. I.,
Application is hereby made by
for a water
privilege for the premises on
size of tap
with irrigation privileges, at tbe rate
of per annum.
Water to be used for
Full description of premises.
All rates are payable semi-annually, In ad
vance, at the offiee of the Honolulu Water Works
on ihe first days of January and July of each
This Privilege is subject to tbe Rules and Reg
ulations promulgated by tbe Minister of the
Interior, and to the Laws of the Kingdom more
especially. Chapter 26 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 tbe
front boundary line of premises by the bolder
of the privilege at bis expense, and tbe 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
tbe foregoing application, subject to tbe same
and tbe Rules and Regulations of tbe Honolulu
Executed in Duplicate.
Minister of Interior.
rORT OF HONOLULU. 11. J.
The barkectine Eureka took in about 6.000
bag sugar yesterday.
The schooner Kaalilua brought 1.280 bags sugar
from Waianae March 21st. The sugar was taken
in at Waianae within five hours by five men.
The Norwegian bark P. C. Peterson was moved
from the Pacifle Mail Company's wharf into tie
stream, where she will make ready for
sea. She has finished loading, and is expected
to leave for San Francisco about tbe middle of
Tbe steamer James Makee sails at noon to-day
far Kapaa, Kauai, via Waianae.
Tbe schooner Rosario sailed from Kabului for
San Francisco last week.
. Tbe steamer J. A. Cummins will leave to-day
with another lot of machinery for the new
maeeration mill at Waimanalo.
The steamer Moiolii will leave this afternoon
for Molokai and Lanai.
The steamer Mikabala leaves to-morrow after
noon for Kauai.
The British iron bark Glengaber, Captain Rol-
leston, sailed March 21st with 18,854 bags sugar,
weighing 2,204,20 pounds, and valued at 88,-
The John D. Spreckel3 and tbe S. N. Castle
will both sail to-morrow for San Francisco, and
a friendly ocean race is anticipated.
The barkentine S. N. Castle sails to-morrow
for San Francisco with 15,500 bags sugar and 210
barrels sperm oil.
Tbe schooner Emma brought 130 bags paddy
and 180 bags rice from Kauai March 21st.
The schooner Kawailani brought 616 bags rice
from Koolau March 21st.
Tbe brigantine John D. Spreckels will leave
to-morrow for San Francisco.
The schooner Waiehu brought 530 bags sugar
from Waialua March 2lst.
The steamer Surprise brought 4,885 bags sugar
from Laupahoeboe, Hawaii, March 21st. She
ivm nania at 4 o'clock tbi3 afternoon for
THE M0LTEN0 CASE.
The Proprietor or ttie Kapiolauf
Batli House Remanded Prelimin
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTES.
Yuen Kee & Co. have removed
Monday. March 21.
Stmr Surprise, Weisbartb, from Kuau, Maui
Km wb bk Helen Mars, from a ciuise
Scbr Kaulilua, from Waianae
Schr Kawailani. from Koolau, Oahu
Schr Waiehu, from Waialua
I E PARTI' It KN.
Mondai, Marcb 21.
Stmr C R Bishop, Chaney, for Waianae, Kauai,
at 5 p m
Stmr Kinau, Lore nzen, for Maui and Hawaii, at
Stmr Likelike. for Maui, at 5 p m
Stmr Waimaualo, Underwood, for Waianae,
Oahn. at S a m
Brit bark Glengaber, Rolleston, for San Fran
Schr Luka, for Hamakua
Stmr Ewa, for Ewa
Vessel Leavlutr To-inty.
Stmr Surprise. W Weisbarth. for Kuau. at 4
Stmr W G Hall, Pates, for Maul and Hawaii,
at 10 a m
Stmr Mokolii. McGregor, for Molokai, at 5
Stmr James Makee, Campbell, for Kapaa via
Waianae. at 12 m
Stmr J A Cummins, for Waimanalo and Koolau,
Oahu, at 9 a m
Schr Waiehu, for Waialua
Schr Kaulilua, for Waianae
Schr Kawailani. for Koolau. Oahu
Scbr Heeia, for Koolau
Schr Mary, for Kukaiau
fccbr Mile Morris, for Koolau
Will open on Wednesday, March 9th,
CIIU ON & COMPANY, 44 Nuuanu
street, opposite Aswan street, large quan
tities of CHINA SILK, assorted Satin,
CRAPE, IVORY, TORTOISE SHELL
and SANDAL WOOD. Also, porcelain
and crockery ware, matting, fans, silk
handkerchiefs, shawls and scarfs, gold
and silver jewelry.
Will be sold at lowest prices.
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lias. T. Uullck, Notary Public.
Records searched. Abstract of Title
furnished, and conveyances drawn on
COLLECTION AGENCY Mr. John
Good, Jr., authorized collector.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Mr. F
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luarcos. special areiu.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY
No. 38 Merchant street.
Bell Telephone 343. P. O. Box 415
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Vessels lu Port from Foreign Ports.
H H M's training ship Kaimiloa, from Apia,
Ger bk C R Bishop, H Wolters, from Bremen,
Brit bk Velocity, Martin, from Hongkong
Am tern Hera, Closson, from Eureka, Cal
Haw bark Kalakaua, G N Armstrong, from Val
paraiso Nor bk P C Peterson, from Newcastle. NSW
Haw brig Allie Rowe, J Phillips, from New
Am bktne Eureka, H Meyer, from San Fran
cisco Am bktne Mary Winfcelman, Captain Blake,
from San Francisco
German bark Hydra, from Honekong
Am brgtne John D Spreckels, CS Kriis, from
Am tern W S Bo woe, A H Paul, from San Francisco
Vessels Expected from Foreign Ports.
Regulations of water rates for the Honolulu
Water Works changed and revised this 2ith day
of February, A. D. IriST;
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Where water is used for domestic purposes and
Irrigation of land not exceeding half an acre, and
in ordinary dwellings, tenements aud oftlce.
Special rates will bo made in the following
Hotels and Boarding Houses.
Mills and Machine Shops.
' Steam Boilers.
Manufacturing and Mechanical purposes.
When several Houses on same lot or premises
etch bouse inay be charged: '
Street Sprinkling. .
Other purposes, SPECIAL, BATES.
Am bark Timour, Brewer, sailed from Boston
Dec 17, due May 1-20
Brit bark Cerates, from Liverpool, due May
Am bark Julia Foard, from Departure Bay, due
Am wh bk Francis Palmer, from San Francisco,
due Feb 10-28 ,
Am wb bk Mars, from San Francisco, due Feb
Am missionary steam bktne Morning Star, H
F Turner, from tbe South Sea Islands; due Feb
Haw schr General Sieel, Sanders, from
French Frigate Shoals, due Nov 20-30
Am bktne Makab, from Newcastle, N S W, due
Brit bk Scottish Lassie, W Singer, sailed from
Liverpool Jan 10, due May 20-31
Am brig W H Myers, from Port Blakely, due at
Kahului Marcb 1G--2
Am bktne Planter, W R Perriman, from San
Francisco, due Marcb 24-31
Am bktne Uattie S Bangs, Terrill, from Hong
kong, due April 10-30
Haw scbr Jennie Walker, B Anderson, from
Fanning's Island, due Marcb 25-31
Am bark Sark Saranac, D B Shaw, from San
Francisco, due Maich 26-31
German bark Hercules, Scbaefer, sailed from
Liverpool December 14th, due May 1-20
Am bktne Amelia, William Xewball, from Port
Townsend, W T, due Marcb 25-31
Am wb bark Ohio, from New Bedford, due
Am wb bark Hunter, from a cruise, due Marcb
Am wh bk Helen aud Mars, from San Fran
cisco, due Marcb 20-31
Am wb bark Mary and Susan, from San Fran
cisco, due March 20-31
KM S S Mariposa (Am), H M Hayward. frem
tbe Colonies, en route to San Francisco, due
Am ba.k Ferris 8 Thompson, from San Fran
cisco, due at Kabului Marcb 25-31
Am scbr Ida Schnauer, Robertson, from San
Francisco, due at Kabului Marcb 20-31
Am bark Caibarieu, G A Perkins, from San
Francisco, due March 26-31
Supposed to be lost.
For San Francisco, per bark Glengaber, Marcb
21st Tbeo H Davies & Co, 8,0-2 bags sugar;
Castle & Cooke, 7,i77 bags sugar; C Brewer &
Co, 2.445 bag9 bus ail F A Scbaefer & Co, 910 bags
sugar. Total sugar, 18,854 bags. Total tonnage,
1,103 tons. Domestic value, 838.341 71
PASS KXUE US.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Ki nan, Marcb
21st For tbe Volcano; Capt Livingstone. W G
rrenel, Mr Herbert and wife. Mrs Pierce and
daughter and A L Stetson. For Hilo, Maalaea
and Labaina: 'Her Excellency Governess Ulu
lani. Sheriff Jno T Baker, Major the Hon Sam
Parker, Major A B Hayley, Rev W H Barnes, Mrs
J E Widdeneld, J B Castle, Mr Furneanx, Miss
Low, Mrs C R Sneyd-Kynnersley. Mist Wode
bouse, Mrs M Kruger and daughter, Mrs E W
Barnard, R Catton, J Bubensteln, X D White, S
Ro.b, Mrs Lycan and child. H Deacon, C Heb
ard, wile and 3 children, and about 130 deck
For Maui, per stmr Likelike, March 21st Mrs
J Kalama, M Louisson. J Vibrani, P N Makee,
Miss I Lisbman. W J Lowrie, and about 60 deck
The American whaling bark Helen Mars is off
The sf earner W. G. Hall leaves at 10 o'clock
this morning for various windward ports and
Ten Chinese were arrested last evening
Seven passengers left for the Volcano
yesterday by the Kinau.
The Hon. S. G. Wilder is expected home
by the Australia April Gth.
The Kaimiloa affray case will come up
in the Police Court this morning.
There is some talk of consolidating the
Fort-street and Bethel Union Churches.
Her Excellency Ululani, Governess of
Hawaii, returned home by the Kinau yes
The steamer W. G. Hall sails at 10
o'clock this morning. The mail closes at
Tbe British bark Glengaber took a cargo
of domestic produce to San Francisco yes
terday valued at $38,341 71.
The "Honolulu Almanac and Directory"
for 1887 is now on sale at J. H. Sopers's
news depot and this office. Price, 50 cents.
Two blackboards have been fixed on
either side of the entrance .to Mr. A. M.
Hewett's store, to note the arrivals and de
partures of vessels and for other news.
A private letter received in this city by
the Zealandia states that L. J. Scott, better
known here as 'Scotty," has been sent to
San tuentin Prison for a year for forgery.
The plan of the new building in course-
of erection for Mr. M. Mclnerny is to be
seen in A. M. Hewett's store window. It
will be a very imposing structure when
The members of the choir of the second
congregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
had an excellent rehearsal of the music for
Easter Sunday at the residence of Mr. Tom
May last evening.
The attendance at the band concert last
evening at Emma Square was very large.
A fine programme had been arranged by
Bandmaster Berger, and several of the
numbers were encored.
Frank Hay Fiued 8150.
Frank May, who was arrested on Sun
day with over three hundred bottles of
"swipes," several demij'ohns of whiskey
and a barrel of beer on his premises,
was. charged in the Police Court yester
day with selling liquor without a license.
He pleaded guilty. His Honor said the
prisoner ought to have known better than
to engage in such business he might
have been sure he would get caught.
The highest penalty was a fine of $500,
the lowest $100. He would sentence
him to pay a fine of $150. May took the
matter very coolly, and as he passed out
of the dock beckoned to a friend in the
Court room to meet him below, probably
to make an arrangement to pay the
There was a large crowd in attendance
at the Police Court yesterday at 9 :30
o'clock, the opening hour. His Honor
took his seat on th bench promptly to
time. The dock was full of prisoners of
various nationalities. Several lawyers
occupied seats at one of the tables. The
interpreter, Mr. Wilcox, was busy perus
ing the morning's Advertiser, the Chi
nese" interpreter, Li Cheung, looked
quite smart, having visited the barber
since Saturday morning, and the Cierk,
Mr. Wond, was ready Jor business with
pen in hand. The Attorney General,
His Excellency A. Rosa, and his deputy,
Mr. A. P. Peterson, were also present.
The audience had among it a large
number of persons who rarely visit the
Court, and were no doubt attracted by
the expectation of seeing the
business men. dudes and wahines
who had been surprised early Sunday
morning at the Kapiolani Bath House,
having a real good time. The Secretary
of the Y. M. C. A. stretched his long
legs out from an arm chair, quietly tak
ing in the surroundings. The whole ap
pearance of the Court wore a different
aspect from what it generally does.
The first called was Charles Molteno,
charged with keeping a disorderly house
After the charge was entered His Honor
asked for the defendant. "He vas not
here," said Captain Fehlbehr. The
Marshal winked, and told Fehlbehr to go
to the head of the stairs and call the de
fendant three times. The genial Captain
obeyed, and with his sonorous voice,
which caused the whole building to
vibrate, said three times: "Charles Mol
teno, come into Court and defend your
c uor forfeit your bail." The defendant
did not appear and the bondsmen were
called in the same manner, but still no
appearance, ins Honor then declared
the bond forfeited, and the business of
the Court proceeded.
At 9 :45 o'clock the Hon. Paul Neu
mann entered with Molteno. He asked
that the order of forfeiture be rescinded.
It was usual for the Court to take dock
cases first. He did not believe in "snap"
judgment. The Court should set the de
fault a?ide and let the defendant plead.
His Honor What has the Attorney
General tQ say to it ?
Marshal Kaulukou What ever had
been the practice of the, former
Deputy Marshal, he did not propose to
follow it. The Court sat at a certain
hour, and he was at jerfect liberty to
call any case he chose to.
Mr. Neumann Was I here, Captain
Fehlbehr Vile I vas calling the
sureties you came upstairs.
The Marshal The Court can use its
discretion in the matter. If it is opened
I will have to summon as witnesses all
those who offered millions not to be ar
Mr. Neumann All right, we will go
into it and call up the whole town.
His Honor I will set aside default
and let the case be reopened.
The Marshal I would ask to have
the case put off until Monday, the
Mr. Neumann Can't you get ready
to-day? We are ready; in fact, I am
The Marshal You have no objection,
Mr. Neumann, to it going over to Mon
day? Mr. Neumann Certainly not; Mon
day goes. Laughter.
His Honor then remanded the de
fendant to the 28th, and the larger part
of the audience left the building.
THE SUGAR MARKET.
Our latest advices from the Coast were
not very satisfactory, and indicated a re
duction in values for raws, which, of
course, is not good news for Hawaiians.
The special correspondent of the Adver
tiser at San Francisco reports, on the day
of the Zealandia's sailing, a decline in both
Cuban and Manila raws. As a large quan
tity of sugar had arrived in San Francisco
for the American Refinery and its agents,
just at the time of the drop, this is not en
couraging for our planters. Refined sugar
jn New York was on about the same low
basis as our former quotations. There had
been an advance in the London beet mar
ket, but there was no prospect of any
strengthening in New York futures.
Important changes have taken place in
the share list of the American Refinery,
which may have considerable bearing on
the future of that concern and the planta
tion interests supporting it in this country.
Several of the original stand-byes of that
company have withdrawn. , Mr. Tillman,
of Tillman & Bendel, has no longer any in
terest in the American Refinery. . Mr.
Jones, the well-known San Francisco mer
chant, has withdrawn. Mr. C. Adolph
Low. a member of the firm of E. L. Steele
& Co., has sold out almost his entire line of
stock, and now holds only a nominal inter
est in it. Last, but not least. Maior Her
mann Bendel, who was recently in Hono
lulu, has sold out his whole interest of
$100,000. He made no secret of this, speak
ing openly of the sale. It is said that the
purchasers are Hawaiian planters. Offers
of a compromise from the American Re
finery to the California have, we under
stand, been persistently rejected. Each
concern stands upon its own merits in the
This market has improved considerably,
indicating a greater willingness on the part
of refiners to replenish their supplies.
Buyers have bought pretty freely on the
spot, and secured considerable stock to ar
rive and for shipment, absorbing all the
cheap parcels that were available, and at
the close bidding quite freely on the basis
of prices previously paid.
Later telegraphic news indicates a much
weaker feeling, with a decline.
Bradstreet's," March 5lh, has the fol
Sugar at New Orleans is quiet and easy
at decline. The heavy arrivals of Hawaii
an sugar at Western points have checked
orders for Louisiana sugars. Stocks at
New Orleans are light, and the supply on
plantations is practically exhausted.
SAN JOSE, CAL, U.S.A.
A CALIFOKNIA PRODUCTION.
The Fine Exhibit Made at the Fair by
the Fredericksburg Brewing Co.
0 lie of the most novel and unique exhibits of the Mechanics' Fair was that of tbe
Fredericksburg Lager Brewing Co. It was iu the form of a bower, thereof beiug formed
of hop vines, while around the sidea were arranged tho various package a of the famoui
Frederi cknburgbeer. This company was the pioneer in the manufacture of lager on the
Coast. After overcoming many obstacles they have succeeded in " producing an export
Imager Not Surpassed
By any other made in the United States. A proot of this in seen in the fact that their
goods are sold aa far East as Chicago, d spite Eastern competition. How can they do
this after paying freight over 3,000 miles of railroad, it may bo aBked. In th find plac
hops are better and choaper here than in the East; again, California barley is the U-t
grown in the United States; but the chief reason is the superior quality of tho brew. As
they use only the finest artesian water aud the very best material, and have all the best
and latest machinery, they are able to produce an article that
Their Export Lager is so perfect that it will keep any number of years iu any climate,
and is sold largely in Mexico, Australia, the Islands, South America, and in short
throughout the Western Hemisphere. In three years their output has 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 first prize, 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.
Another 23iiistrel Performance.
The Honolulu Amateur Minstrel Com
pany will give another performance on
Saturday evening at the Hawaiian Opera
House with an entire change of pro
gramme. The box plan will open on
Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock at the
office of J. E. Brown & Co., Merchant
A Japanese Oirl Sent to Iri&on.
A young Japanese girl named Dio was
sentenced to imprisonment at hard labor
for one month, yesterday, for larceny of
a quantity of goods, the property of
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn. The girl was in
the latter's employ at Waikiki up to last
week, when she was discharged. After
she had left a number of things were
missing, some of them of great value,
and suspicion at once fell upon the girl.
A policeman, armed with a search war
rant, proceeded to a house near Smith's
bridge, last Thursday, where the girl
had been staying. Her trunk was
opened, and several of the missing arti
cles were found. Later on the girl was
arrested, and at the preliminary exami
nation pleaded not guilty. Yesterday
she withdrew that plea, and pleaded
guilty. The Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, who
was in Court, asked that leniency be
shown towards the girl. In only giving
a month's imprisonment His Honor let
her off very lightly, as she was liable to
a heavy sentence. .
Two More Arretts.
George S. Houghtailing, proprietor of
the Bay Horse Saloon, was arrested yes
terday on a warrant for selling liquor on
a Sunday. He was admitted to bail oh
a bond of $200.
John Young was also arrested yester
day for selling liquor without a license.
He has not furnished bail. Both cases
will probably come up in the Police
Court this morning.
Kahului, Maui, March 18th.
The schooner Rosario, Captain Chris- I
tensen, sailed for San Francisco March
16th, with the following sugar: Waihee
Sugar Co., 1,518 bags (225,703 pounds) ;
Waikapu Sugar Co., 1,100 bags (135,483
pounds) ; H. C. & S. Co., 936 bags (141,
190 pounds). Total, 502,376 pounds.
The schooner Anna is fully due Irom
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celebrated Urewing Company, we are now prepared to till all orders for the trade aud
family consumption at bedrock figures. -
MEETS & PEACOCK,
P. O. BOX 504.
23 Nviuanu Street, Honolulu.
369 dec23 d wtfl ' BOTH TELEPHONES No. 46.
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At Greatly Eeduced Prices
DAVIS & WILDEB,
WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL
Grocers and Provision Dealers,
522Kort Street. Honolulu.
OFFER FOR SALE:
A Crushed 6iS6 5-16.
Granulated 5 11-16 C 5.
Standard A 53fe.
New York Market Firm and fairly active.
Honolulu Almanac and Directory.
The Honolulu Almanac and Directory
for 1887 is now for sale at J. II. Soper's
news depot and at this office. Price 50 1
cents. It contains complete statistical
and general information relating to these
SALMON (Columbia Eiverj in bbla., H bblP. and crses; 15. 25 and 50 lb. kfgj.
BEEP (ex-Family) in 100 lb. bbls. and 25 and 50 IK kegs.
MACKEltEL in 15 lb. kits.
HERRINGS in 15 lb. kit. HERRINGS (Holland)-in kcKH.
MIXED PICKLES, GERMAN PICKLES, HAUER KRAUT, WOBGE81 ERSiURE
SAUCE in 5 gallon kt-s.
SUGAR Dry Granulated bbls., H bbls., and 30 lb. boxes.
" Cube 1 bbls. and 25 lb. boxes.
" Powdered in 30 lb. boxes.
COFFEE Costa Riaa green, in sacks.
FoUrer'a Java in 1 and 2 lb. tins.
" Old Kona green and roasted.
FAIRBANK'S LARD in casen, 3, 5 and 10 lb. tins.
CASES L., McN. & L., 1 and 2 lb. Corned Beef.
Let Me Have a IU
GIGA It I
rpUE ABOVE REQUEST IS HEARD DAILY IN
A cigar stores, saloons and otber places wnere
cigars are sold, for it is an undisputed fact tbat
most smokers prefer a mild cigar, and that those
who have for a long time smoked strong cigars,
principally imported Manilas, will, after having
thoroughly i n jured the stomach and impaired tbe
nervous system, surely want a mild cigar if they
could find tbe right kind.
How many thousands or smokers who suffer
from loss of appetite, headache, uervous irrita
bility, asthma, etc., and who have tried all pos
sible remedies without success, might he cured
if they knew tbat their sufferings were caused by
the intemperate use of strong cigars, and that
they should only smoke mild an properly pre
It is a fact that not all mild cigars agree well
with smokers, for in most cases there is a lack
of care in the selection of tbe tobacco, and often
the necessary experience for it is wanting, yet
there is one braad which suits the most fastid
ious eiAoker, and tbat is
1 and 2 lb. Lunch Tongue.
Underwood's Boned and Potted Meats and Lobsters,
Honey in class jarB. '
" Medium and Saloon Bread and Soda Crackers.
Table Fruits, Pickles, Sugar Peas, Corn, Tomatoes, Jhtns and Jellits, Ifopa,
Huckin'8 Sonps. Catsup, Eagle and Vanilla Chocolate, etc., etc.
HAMS Buffalo, Whit taker, Dnpee, and California Covered. .
BACON "Thistle," and II. M. Dupee.
CHEESE California, New York, Young America, Edam Limborger, etc.
A large and complete invoice just opened up of Crosse fc Blackwell's Meat, Soups,
Jams and Jellies, French Peas and Mushrooms, Salad Oils, Spices and Condiments,
Chutney Sauces, Candies, etc., etc.
Wood lawn Dairy in 1 lb. bricks price reduced to 60 cts. per lb. Received fresb from tbe dairy
daily. Otber Island Dairies, 60 cis. per lb. California Fresh Roll Butter on Ice
W lb. kegs Choice Gilt Edge. Whitney's Roll Butter In tlus.
BEANS, ONIONS AND POTATOES.
(New Zealand Potatoes by every steamer from the Colonies.) '
JIF"Oor celebrated Family Flour "Fresno" brand, also Golden Gate.
Rarley, Oats, Bran, Wheat and Corn,
All of which we offer at Tery low prices.
P. O. Box 503. 5i3tf Both Wephonfs. No. go
A; M. KEWETT,
A MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF
tbe Mutual Telepbhoue Company will be
held at tLeir building at 10 a. m. on THURSDAY,
the 24th instant. A full attendance is rqueted.
By or ler or the Directors.
March 11, 188T. . A. JAEGER,
M8 marti Secretary.
Quarterly Bills & Accounts
JVTer chant Street,
HONOLULU, II. I.
tbe way of satisfaction.
LEDGER, Post Office.
"SlftirmlPl" TTpnltll Pionr I A k accountant of twenty years ex-
JLLCClIlIl LlicH, Jt. pcrience respectfully tenders his services
i ior txii uuiiutus, auu cuaiienges competition in
Which Is made from mild, aromatic and rarficn.
laxly selected and prepared tobacco, and com
bines all the qualities which may be expected
from a health cigar. - It causes no bad effect of
any kind, is agreeable to the tjiste. bums evenly
to the end and possesses a fine aroma. No
smoker should fall to give
Eogelbrechfs . "Sampler"' Cigar
A fair trial, and benefit bfmself at the same
Bell Telephone 302. Mutual Telephone '
n! I Telephone 172.
1. . ilox a7.
CAROL AN & CO.
IMPORTERS OF t.
Iron, Steel, Pipe, Mill and Mining Supr lies.
Ill to 113 California St.. San I'ran lco.
Campbell's Block, Merchant St.
Cooks. Laborers, House Pervonf ana all kind
of help furnished promptly, without t han;., t
employer, on application to