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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVi5RtlsM, MARCM 26, 1881
HONOLULU WATER WORKS.
Department of the Lntebior.
APPLICATION FOR WATER PRIVILEGE.
Honolulu, II. I.,
Application is hereby made by
HONOLULU WATER WORKS,
Department of Intebiob
lea and Regulations of the Honolulu Water
. la for the City and Harbor of Honolulu,
:ed and promulgated this 2Ctb day of Febru
i. Applications for a permanent supply of
- ater from any Ucver anient system or source of
supply shall be in writing, signed by the appli
cant; sucb applications shall be upou a printed
f orra, -which will be furnished at the office of the
Honolulu Water Works.
' 2. All Water Rates shall b payable hlf yearly
in advance on the first day of January and the
lirst day of July each year at the otnce of the
Honolulu Water Works.
3. In all cases of non-payment of the Water
RAte within niifcenday.i after it Is due, ten per
rent iu addition to the regular rate shall be
charged to and become due by the person hold
ing duch privilege, aal the Superintendent may
forthwith without notice shut off the water from
such privilege and charge the expenses of the
same to such holders of the privilege, and all
tbe water shut off from the privilege as above
hall not be turned on again until tbe rate for
such privilege and the expenses are paid iu
4. No person or family supplied with water
from the Honolulu Water Works shall be per
mitted to use tb water for any purpose other
than that stated in their agreement, nor to sup
ply water iu aay way to other persons or fam-ili-.
5. Consumers shu.ll prevent all unnecessary
twistu of water, and shall iuae no concealment
:' the purposes for vhich it is used.
G. No alteration shall be made in any water
ripe or fixture wiihoui urst giving notice of the
iiiteuaeu alteration at ;ue omce 01 me iiouoiuiu
7, In all cases where water is io be supplied
to several parties or tenants from one connec
tion or lap, the contract for the privilege will be
Liaile only with one of said several parties, and
ou bis default to abide by these regulations
aud pay the rates, the connection will be cut
S. In all cases jf Fir-- or Fire Alarm, those
pir&ons having irrigation or fountain privileges
suall immediately shut Oi'i their Water.
J. All unoccupied premises having water
privileges will be charged full wattr rates unless
a written notice is given at theoiliee of the Hon
olulu Water Works to shut oil the same frum the
I. ). All service iipes sh.nl be kepi clear and
' in good repair by the hotdor of tae privilege at
i Lb own expense.
, 11. Street spriuk ling wiili hu.se and standing
irrigators is prohibited except by written pei-
mission from the oiiice of the iiouoiuiu Water
I 12. No one but the peions duly authorized
i by the Superintendent of U.e iioaolula Wt-.ter
Woiks shall tap or turn o:l or on Waier from the
i luaiii pipes.
t 1J. All orlicers au I duly autlioiized Inspectors
? oi the Honolulu .iter Works shall be admitted
at ull reasonable h.urj to ill pans of any preui
l i3f.i Laviug wati-r privileges, io inspect ie
II. No wait r shall bu sold from any privilege
' ex t-j written jeriiiission of the .Superiuten
j Ural. No water shall be supplied to ships or
J Vfseis except at the special rates or by special
' - - . t l;rtrK
oiilu Vner Works duly authorized, in all ottae
lot sater HuypUed nereunder a receipt tor it e
1 quantity supplied shall be given and payment
shall be made to no person except on the produc
tion of the receipt from the olliee of the Houo-
lulu Water Works.
I 15. Irrigation shall be connned to the hours
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.
Alt 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 tbe Minister of the
interior, ana 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 the
front boundary line of premises by the holder
of the privilege at his expense, and tbe same be
protected by a box or otherwise, kept clean and
marked, so water can be turned off immediately.
The steamers Surprise and Mokolii are due
this morning from. windward ports.
The Norwegian bark P. C. Peterson sailed
March 25th for San Francisco with 1-5,134 bags
sugar and 1,400 bags' rice, valued at f 85,395.
The sr hooner Rob Roy arrUed in ballast from
Waimanalo, Oahu, March Voth.
The schooner Mokuola brought 280 bags rice
from Ewa, Oahu. March 2ith.
The steamer J. A. Cummins arrived from
Heeia, Oahu, March 25th, with 500 bags sugar,
which were transferred to the bark C. R. Bishop.
She leaves again to-day with Machinery for the
Waimanalo Sugar Mill from the Honolulu Iron
The steamers Kinau, Likelike and Mikahala
are due fo-morrow morning. They will ali leave
next Tuesday for their usual routes.
Tbe schooners Moi Wahine and Kauikeaouli
will leave next Monday for Hawaii.
The following vessels arrived at this port from
foreign ports during the week; March 20th.
Steamship Zealandia from San Francisco; Match
21st, American whaling bark Helen Mars from a
cruise; March 23d, American whaling bark Fran
cis Palmer from San Francisco; March 24th, H
I. R. M.'s S. Vitiaz from Marquesas Islands.
Following were tbe departures ia the same
period : March 19th, brigantine Consuelo for
San Francisco; March 20th, steamship Zealandia
for the Colonies; March 21st, British bark Cilen
saber for San Francisco; March 23d, brigantine
John D. Spreckels and barkentine S. N. Castle
for San Francisco, and British bark Velocity for
Hongkong; March 24th, whaling bark Helen
Mars for the Arctic and tern Hera for San Fran
cisco; March 25th, Norwegian bark P. C. Peter
son and barkentine Eureka for San Francisco.
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 in Duplicate.
Minister of Interior.
The regular vacation at the close of the first
schoolession of all Government Schools in the
Kingdom will extend, this year, from Friday the
8th to Monday the 25th of April.
By order of the Board of Education.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Department of Education, March 24, 1887.
561 d-w inar?8
VOll'r OF HONOLULU, 11. 1.
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTES.
Easter opening of millinery and fancy
goods at fcSaehs' store. Ladies are invited
to call and inspect the new stock, without
feeling obliged to buy.
Yuen Kee & Co. have removed to Hotel
Will open on Wednesday, March 9th,
CHU ON & COMPANY, 44 Nuuanu
street, opposite Aswan street, large quan
tities of CHINA SILK, assorted Satin,
CRAPE, IVORY, TORTOISE SHELL
and SAN DAL-WOOD WARE. Alo,
porcelain and crockery ware, matting,
lans. silk handkerchiefs, shawls and
scarfs, gold and silver jewelry.
Will be sold at lowest prices.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
To-morrow is the fifth Sunday. in Lent.
The Kinau is due to-morrow from wind
wari. There will be no matinee performance
by the minstrels this afternoon.
A large number of the sailors from the
Russian man-of-war Vitiaz were ashore
High Mass at 10 a. m. and Vespers at
4:30 p. in. at the Roman Catholic Cathedral
The Molteno case, with its wealthy wit
nesses, comes up in the Police Court on
John Carter, a native of New York, died
at the Queen's Hospital on Wednesday, of
typhoid fever, aged 52 3-earss.
The Honolulu Almanac and Directory"
for 1837 is now on sale at J. H. Sopers's
news depot and thU office. Price. 50 cents.
The steamer Tvvalani sails at 3 o'clock
this afternoon fr Lahaina, Maui, and
Honokaa, Kukuihaele and Paauhau, Ha
waii. Last evening Captain Makaroff and offi
cers of H 1. H. M. Vitiaz were entertained
at dinner by J. P. Hackfeld, Esq., Acting
Vice Consul for Russia.
The Rev. J. Mortimer Silver, who ar
rived fronl England on the Zealandia, will
preach at St. Andrew's Cathedral to-morrow
at 9:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
The schooner Anna, Captain Williams,
recentl' made the round trip between San
Francisco and Kahului, Maui, in thirty
two days, which is the best on record
Some elegant little picture books are be
ing given away to all children who call at
the office of Mr. A. J. Cartwright, agent
for the Equitable Life Assurauce Society.
The regular quarterly exhibition of Sunday-schools
will be held at the Kaumaka
pili Church at 10:30 o'clock to-morrow
morning, under the direction of Mr. A. L.
Smith. Visitors are cordially invited to
Yesterday was the Feast of the Annun
ciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and
was observed in St. Andrew's Cathedral by
a celebration of Holy Communion at 0:30
a. iu., and morning prayer at 0 a. m. The
Rev II. H. Gowen preached the sermon.
ine uas 01 women uno Kaise Men to a
Higher and Nobler Position.
My brother, it is said, and I believe
it to be in many cases true, that men do
not read women readilv: do not under
stand their real characters even thou"-h
those characters mav be seen bv other
women. Now, let me give you an in
fallible rule, one which you can apply
in every case and never be disappointed
in the results. It is simply this: When
j-ou come into the presence of a woman
whom you are meeting for the first
time note the impression she makes on
vour mind. If she reminds vou
at once of vour sex and. her
own by look, word or act,
let her alone, for her influence will de
jrr:ide you. She may please your eye
by her beauty, your ear by her voice,
flatter you by her words and manner.
but 6he will never be a true friend to
jou. She studies to please and expects
you to please-in return. She has no
thought above the present pleasure and
no care for any thins: but self. She
will never uplift you beyond your pres
ent plane nor incite vou to deeds of
honor. She must live out her or-aniza
tion and by suffering be made to see
the true aim of life before she can be
to you in any respect what a woman
should be to a man, a guide to draw
him up, not down; a friend whom he
can safely trust and honor, and, per
-chance, even love.
Q. D. FREETH.
W. C. PKACOCX.
EEEETH & PEACOCK,
23 ISTia-uann street
- Honolulu.. EC. I,
Sole Agents in tb Hawaiian Ltlaoda for
J. J. MELCHER'S "ELEPHANT" GIN,
J. J. PELLISSON'S pure, uncolored, unsweetened OLD BRANDIES,
COATES & CO.'S "PLYMOUTH" GIN,
HY. W. SMITH & CO.'S " THISTLEDEW " WHISKEY
Of San Jose, Ca
THE JOS. SOHLI.TZ BEEWING CO.
MESSRS. B. DREYFUS & CO.'S
rstsra California -wi2st.es-
Fkidat, March 25.
Stuir J A Cummins, from II eeia
Stiur Waimanalo, from Walanae
Schr Lehi, from lianalei, Kauai
Sohr Rob Roy, from Koolau
Schr Mokuola. from Ewa
Friday, March 5.
Nor bk P C'Peterson, for Sau Francisco
Am bktne Eureka, H Meyer, for San Fran
cisco Schr Mana, for Honomu
Sohr Kaulilua. for Waianae
Schr Lihollho, for Kauai
Schr Kainbow, for Koolau. Oahu
Strar Ewa, for Ewa
Schr Mokuola, for Ewa
C!ia. T. Gulick. Notary lutlic.
Records searched. Abstract of Title
furnished, and conveyances drawn on
COLLECTION AGENCY Mr. John
Good, Jr., authorized collector.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Mr. F
Marcos, special aent.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY
No. 33 Merchant street.
Rell Telephone 34S. P. O. Box 415
Vessels .eavlntr To-ly.
Stmr Iwalani, freeman! for Hamakua, via La
haina, at 3 p m
Stmr J A Cummins, Neiisen. for Koolau and
Waimanalo at 9 a m
Schr Mana, for Honoiau
Ladies, don't forget to call at Sachs'
store, Thursdaj', Friday or Saturday, and
see the imported pattern hats and bon
nets, all the latest shapes and shades.
I that shall be published from time to Ume by the
superintendent of Water Works.
l 10. Violation of any of these Rules aud Regu-
iUtioas s ball terminals the privilege, and the
jaier shall be cut off and shall not be turned on
'kijiiu until the payment of all costs aud ex-
1 The Superintendent of Water Works is author
ity! to tyrant and sign permissions for Water
Privileges, and make all agreements in connec
tion with water rates.
Witness my hand and Official
it:AL. Seal tbe day and date above writ
ten. L. AHOLO,
Minister of Interior.
The following are the forms of privileges and
chan es of water rates:
aOXULULU WATER WORKS, 1
I DKrAUTMEST OF IHK INTKKIOU. J
I Regulations of water rates for the Honolulu
.Waterworks changed and revised this "ioih day
cf February, A. D. lwi":
H H M's training ship Kaimiloa, from Apia,
Oer bk C R Bishop, II Wolters, from Bremen,
Uaw bark Kalakaua, G N Armstrong, from Val
paraiso Haw brig Allie Rowe, J Phillips, from New
Am bktne Mary Winkelman, Captain Blake,
from San Francisco
German bark Hydra, from Hongkong
Am teru W S fiowne, A II Paul, from San Fran
cisco 11 1 R M's ship Vitiaz, S Makaroff, from Mar
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I Wl er water is used foi- d'omestlc purposes and
"ijjation of land not exceeding half an or re, and
n ordinary dwellings, tenements and ouice.
Special rxUi will be mai
ie in the in llowing
I Hotels and Boarding Houses,
-no iiacnii.e hhops.
Maaafactnrliy aai Mechuiral purposes.
W 'CYri,t .i fises o;i sa.ae lot or premises
PKCiAL It A 'IKS.
teels Exectetl from Foreign jPorts.
Am bark Tirnour, Brewer, sailed from Boston
Dec 17, due May l-'jo
Brit bark Cerates, from Liverpool, due May
Ain bark Julia Foard, from Departure Bay, due
Am wh bk Francis Palmer, from San Francisco,
due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Mars, from San Francisco, due Feb
Am missionary steam bktne Morning Star, H
F Turner, from the South Sea Islands; due Feb
Haw schr General Siegel, Sanders, from
French Frigate Shoal, due Sov 20-30
Am bktne Mak&b, from Newcastle, NSW, due
Brit bk Scottish Lassie, W Singer, sailed from
Liverpool Jan 10, title May i!C-31
Am brig W H Myers, from Port Blakely, due at
Kahului March it-.'2
Am bktne Planter, W R Perriman, from San
Francisco, due March 24-31
Am bktne Hattie S Bangs, Terr ill, from Hong
kong, due April 10-30
Haw schr Jennie Walker, B Anderson, from
Fanning's Island, due March 25-31
Am bark Sark Saranac, D B Shaw, from San
Francisco, due March 2G-31
German bark Hercules, Schaefer, sailed from
Liverpool December 14tb, due May 1-20
Am bktne Amelia, William Newhall, from Port
Townsend, W T, due March 25-31
Am wh bark Ohio, from New Bedford, due
Am wh bark Hunter, from a cruise, due March
Am wh bark Mary and Susan, from San Fran
cisco, due March 20-31
R M S S Mariposa (Am), U M Hayward. frem
the Colonies, en route to San Francisco, due
Am bark Ferris S Thompson, from San Fran
cisco, due at Kahului March 25-31
Am schr Ida Schnauer, Robertson, from San
Francibi o, due at Kahului March 26-31
Am bktne Jane A Falkenberg, Clinker, from
Port Townsend, due March 24-31
Am bk Caibarieu. G A Perkins, from San
Francisco, uue April 5-15
Supposed to be lost.
For San Francisco, per bktne Eureka, March
25th H Hackfeld & Co, 6.6J4 bags sugar-, il S
Grinbaum & Co, 1,21-0 bags rice; J H Bruns, Sr,
250 bbls molasses: A J Campbell, 150 bchs ba
nanas, domestic value, 33,775.
A crowded auller;eis exprvunt tSr
the Honolulu Amateur Minstrel Com
pany at the Hawaiian Opera House this
evening, nearly all the seats having
been sold. The programme has been
almost entirely changed, and will con
clude with the farce, "Slippery Day,"
in which will be introduced li. il char
acters. Following is the programme :
Interlocutor, II. W. Morse.
Bones, II. von Holt and W. II. Hoogs.
Tambourines, W. (J. Armstrong and K.
Overture Full Company
"Shine On" W. U. Armstrong
"Beautiful Girl of Kildare". . John Bright
"McCarthy's Fancy Ball" (bv request)
W. H. Hoogs
"When 1 Lav this Old Head Low". ...
. E. F. Bishop
"The Harvest Home" H. W. Morse
"I'll be Dar" -II. von Holt
"I'll Take You Home, Kathleen" (by
request) J. M. Dowsett
Finale "The Skids" (by special request)
With a picked squad of the following men :
M ess rs . M acf arl an e , A r mstrong, H oogs ,
Bishop, von Holt and Morse.
. .C. Macfarlane and W. G. Armstrong
Banjo Solo J. Appleby
Character Soug W. H. Hoogs
Grand Sensational Japanese Bamboo
Pole Act. with new tricks
. ..E. P Low and W. G. Armstrong
To conclude with the side-splitting farce
''Slippery Day." '
New characters by the company.
For Sau Francisco, per bktne Eureka, March
25lh J F Ferrea.
Milll'fl.VO NO ICS.
The barkentine Eureka sailed March 25th for
Sau Francisco with 6,624 bags sugar, 7,000 gal
lon and 150 barrels molasses. The cargo
weighed 465 tons, and valued at $35,775.
The Russian shlp-of-war Vitiaz, tern W. S.
Bowne and brig Allie Rowe have each received
a new coat of black pal at.
The steamer Iwalani was lowered from the
Marine Railway March 23th, and will leave at 3
o'clock this afternoon for Hamakua, via La
haina. The tern W. S. Bowne, barkentine Mary Wink
elman aud bark C. K. Bishop will leave next
week with sugar for San Francisco.
The steamer Kilauea Hou ia now due from Ha
inakntt, ;ba gefcooafr Leahi brought 600 bags sugar
fiom I'ri-woviji 3' gar Plantation. Hanalei,
Kau!, au i will leave &?ain next Monday.
Combined Band Concert.
A rare treat is in store for the public
this afternoon, as a combined band con
cert will be given at Emma Square by
the band from the Kussian man-of-war
Vitiaz and the Royal Hawaiian Band.
The bandmaster of. the Russian band is
a German, Herr York by name, and has
been in the Russian service forty years.
There are twenty-two musicians in the
band. The following is the programme :
March "Tannhauser".. Wagner
Finale "Carmen" Bizet
"Reminiscences" of Verdi" Godfrey
Overture "Military" Xeuman
Cavatina "Bohemian Girl" Balfe
Waltz "Nanon" Genee
Selection "Bells of Corneville".. Planquet
"Aloha Oe," "The Volunteers," "Russian
Hymn," "Hawaii Ponoi."
Death of Ueore W. PIJIpo.
Mr. George W. Pilipo, a well-known
Hawaiian, died at his residenoe in this
city yesterday morning, of brain fever.
He was at one time pastor of the Kau
makapili Church. For several years he
Has represented the district of North
Kona, Hawaii, as a member of the Op
position. He was known as the "Lion
of North Kona." At the last election he
was defeated by J. K. Nahalei a National
candidate. The deceased was about
59 years of age. The funeral took place
at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon from the
Kaumakapili Church. ,
Yesterday morning there was a Royal
audience at Iolani Palace and presenta
tion to His Majesty the King. At the
audience His Excellency Hon. Walter
M. Gibson, Minister of Foreign Affairs,
presented J. F. Hackfeld, Esq., Acting
Vice Consul for Russia, who then pre
sented Captain Makarofl of H. I. R. M.
Vitiaz, Aide-de-Camp to the Czar. Cap
tain Makaroff presented Lieutenants De
Rubaso, Branser, Jenish, Knebrusch,
Sub-Lieutenants Prince Masotolf, Koer
ber, Prince W. Schachowskau, Schoulty,
Tgsumnoff, Pacrovsky, and Engineer
Abronsky, of H. I. R. M. Vitiaz.
His Majesty was attended by Lieuten
ant General the Hon. John O. Dominis,
His Excellency Hon. C. P. Iaukea, Gov
ernor of Oahu and His Majesty's Cham
berlain ; His Excellency W. M. Gibson,
Minister of Furpitrn AfFuir; Colonel Jas.
s'-!, "U MuVstyl; staff; Quarter
master General S. Nowlein, Major J. I).
Holt, Secretary and Aide-de-Camp to
the Commander-in-Chief; Major H. F.
Bertleman, of the staff of His Excel
lency the Governor of Oahu, and Adju
tant Isaac L. Kaiama, of the Household J
The Royal Household troops were
drawn up on each aide of the entrance
to the Palace as a guar! of honor.
Domestic lVotuce eefpi.
The following are the receipts of do
mestic produce for the week ending
Friday, March 25th : 49,1)30 bags sugar,
24 barrels molasses, 100 sacks potatoes,
1,426 bags rice, 20 bugs awa, 50 bags
pi a, 130 bags paddy, 13 bales wool and
The following were the exports" to San
Francisco in the same period: 78,780
bags sugar, valuo $395,252 87; 3,320
bags rice, 250 barrels molasses, 150
St. Audrew's Cntbetlrpl.
The services at this church to-morrow
will be: Holy Communion, 6:30 a. m.
Morning Prayer, 9 a. m. ; Holy Commu
nion, with sermon, at 9:30 a.m. Preacher,
the Rev. J. Mortimer silver. Evensong,
with sermon, by the Rev. H. 11. Gowen,
at 6 p. m. All seats are unappropriated.
Second Congregation, Rev. Geo. Wal
lace, pastor : Morning Prayer, with ser
mon, at 11:15 a. m.; evening prayer,
with sermon, by Rev. J. M. Silver, at
7:30 p. m. Sunday-school meets at 10
a. m. Seats free at all services.
At the Lyceum.
The services to-morrow will be as fol
lows: Sunday-school ahd'bible class at
9:45 o'clock. Lesson: "Quarterly Re
view."" Services, with preaching by the
Rev. E. C. Oggel, pastor of the Bethel
Union congregation, at 11 o'clock. Ser
vices at 7:30 o'clock, with preaching by
the Rev. S. E. Bishop. A cordial invita
tion is extended to all.
m wnose pre
of sex into your mind, who brings out
your best thoughts and gives vou hers
in return, whose manner encourages no
ignoble deed or word, who re spects her
self, and involuntarily calls out your
respect for her, make that woman your
friend, no mutter what may be her age
or social position, no matter if she be
poorly dressed and plain-featured and'
one not calculated to make a show in
iiie world of fashion; she has a soul
filled with good, and her thoughts are
the forerunners of good deeds, and she
will prove a source of constant inspira
tion to vou that, shall draw vou to
higher planes of development and tend
to make vou the man you ousrht to be.
A f i T 1 . - i
Aiier spending an liour witn sucn a
woman you leave her feeling more
manly, more erect morally and physic
ally, and, though you may not have
tne tnougnt cieaiiy lormea in your
mmd, yet you are conscious that the
time spent in her company was spent
wisely. You are aware that her influ
ence is elevating and refining and 3 011
feel vour better nature rousing into ac
tion. You feel ashamed of your mis
deeds and wish yourself better than you
are, ami resolve to make yourself more
worthy of her regard. Evils that you
have scarce noticed before you are
hardly willing to tolerate, new
desires awake, and vou breathe for a
time a new, purer atmosphere.
When you find a woman who pro
duces these or similar impressions on
you, cultivate her acquaintance; she
will do you good. Her influence will
be ennobling, not degrading. She will
never drag a man down, but raise him
to a higher level, and bring out in
strong relief, all the grand nobility of
manhood that is in him. and the
strength and purity of his highest and
The friendship and love of a woman
01 mis ciass is worm winning, my
brother, and happy is he who can call
such a woman his friend, and doubly
blessed is he who can win her for his
life companion. Association with her
will be on a plane far above selfish'
passion, and round out the life into
harmonious completeness that not only
influences the individual, but all who
come in contact with him. Christian
We offer for sale at the lowest market rateF, & full stock of the most favcriU
Ales, Wines, Spirits, Liqueurs, Etc., Etc.
Telephones Ro. 46.
P. O. Dux SO.
H. K. JVicIntyre & JBro.,
IMPORTKRS AND DEALEK IK
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
KAST CORNER TOST AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every packet from the Eastern Htatea and Knmn. ?h n.tifu.r.i
Produce by every steamer. All orders faithfully attended to, and Good delivered to aar nart of ti
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city free of charge.
Telephone No. 2
Island ordef-s solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
foHtotlce Box No. MS
B. F. EHLEES & CO.
.A. luT-i GOODS
At Greatly Seduced Prices !
-After Stock Taking.
Possibilities of "Wood Pulp.
A writer in a Canadian paper, speak ip-
of the possibilities of pulp as a substitute
for lumber in the manufacture of furni
ture and other articles, now exclusively
made of wood, calls attention to the re
sources afforded by northern Canada for
the best pulp making woods. It is found
that in some localities the forests are now
at the best age for pulping purposes, and
capable of yielding from forty to 120
cords per acre, if the whole of the timber
were utilized. By mixing the pulp with
clays, steal ite, asbestos, plumbago, mica,
etc., substances of every 'possible color
and compactness may be produced. New
Governor Foraker recommends to th
Ohio state legislature that the - state
should, put in repair two Confederate
Cfmeteries located in the state.
Let -Me Have a
H!ne R:bbou Heajpue.
. There will be a meeting of the Blue
Ribbon League at the Y. M. C. A. Hall
this evening at 7 :30 o'clock. Seats free
and all are cordially invited. The follow
ing programme will be given :
Piano Solo Mid May Dillinghsm
Recitation M133 llessie Dickson
, . Mr. Chas. Crozier
Mins Pay son
.Mrs. E. C. Damon
..Hon. L. McColly
A native man, who had his right hand
badly damaged by an explosion of giant
powder at Waialua on Thursday, came
into town early yesterday morning and
went to the Queen's Hospital. In the
afternoon Dr. McKibbin successfully
amputated the injured member, and the
man is doing wall."
THE ABOVE REQUEST IS HEARD DAILY IN
X ci?ar stores, saloons and other places where
cigars are sold, for it is an undisputed fact that
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 injured the stomach and impaired the
nervous system, surely want a mild cigar if they
could find the right kind.
How many thousands of smokers who suffer
from loss of appetite, headache, nervous irrita
bility, asthma, etc., and who have tried all pos
sible remedies without success, might he cured
if they knew that 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 Id tbe selection of tbe tobacco, and often
the necessary experience for it is wanting, yet
there i3 one broad which suits the most fastid
ious smoker, and that is
DAVIS & WILDER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Grocers and Provision Dealers,
52 Fort Street. Honolulu.
OFFER FOR SALE:
SALMON (Columbia River) in bbls., h bbU. and cases; 15, 25 and 60 lb. kegs
IiEEF (ex-Family) in 100 lb. bbls. and 25 and 50 lb. kega.
MACKEREL iu 15 lb. kits.
HERRINGS in 15 lb. kits. HERRINGS (Holland) in kegs.
MIXED PICKLES, GERMAN PICKLES, SAUER KRAUT, W0E0ESTERSHIR13
SAUCE in 5 gallon kegs. "
SUGAR Dry Granulated bbls., H bbls., and 30,1b. boxes.
Cube H bbli. and 25 lb. boxes.
" Powdered in SO lb. boxes.
COFFEE Costa Rica green, in sacks.
" Folder's Java in 1 and 2 lb. tins.
Old Kona green and roasted.
FAIRBANKS 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.
Honey in glass jars.
Medium and Saloon Bread and Soda Crackers.
" Table Fruits, Pickles, Sugar Peas, Corn, Tomatoes, Jam and Jellies, Foot.
Huckin's Soups, Catsup, Eagle and Vanilla Chocolate, etc., etc.
HAMS Buffalo, Whittaker, Dnpee, and California Covered.
BACON "Thistle," and H. M. Dupee.
CHEESE California. New York, Young America, Edam Limburger, etc.
A large and complete invoice just opened up of Crosfe & BUckwell's Heats. Snp
Jams and Jellies, French Peas and Mushrooms, Salad Oils, Spicea and Condiment
Chutney Sauces, Candies, etc., etc.
BUTTEE-Plentv for Eervbody .
Wood lawn Dairy in 1 1 lb. bricks-price reduced to 60 cts. per lb. Received fresh from th dairr
daily. Other Island Dairies, 60 ct. per lb. Californ! Fresh Koll Butter ei Ice
60 lb. kegs Choice Gilt Edge. Whitney's Boll Butter la tins.
BEANS, ONIONS AND POTATOES,
(New Zealand Potatoes by every steamer from tbe Colonies.)
!I7"0ur celebrated Family Flour "Fresno" brand, also Golden Gate.
Barley, OatS, Bran, Wheat and Corn,
All of which we offer at rery low prices.
Q Bo gog- ' 58tf Both Telephone. W. IJK
Which is made from mild, aromatic and particu
larly 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 taste, burns evenly
to the end and possesses a fine aroma. No
smoker should fail to give
Eogelkeclif s "Sampler' Cigar
A fair trial, and benefit Jiimself at the same
Quarterly Bills & Accounts
4 N ACCOUNTANT OF' TWENTY TEARS FT.
il perience respectfully tenders his services
for this business, and challenges competition la
the way of satisfaction. Address
535mar5tf LEDGER, Post Office.
JOHN A. SPEAB, HAVING THIS DAT BOUGHT
out the entire Interest of Charles H. Pfelffer
in the late firm of Spear k Pfelffer, bega to no
tify his former customers and tbe public that he
is the sole owner of said business, and will
carry on the business of said late firm, solicit
ing for himself the patronage heretofore ac
corded said firm.
All debts and claims against the late firm of
Spear & Pfelffer will be paid by the undersigned.
JOHN A. SPEAB.
Dated March i, 1887. 538apr7
CAROL AN & CO.
Iron, Steel, Pipe, Mill and Mining Supplies.
Ill to 113 Californ la St., Sn Frauelsco.
A. M. HEWETT,
Stationer I Newsdealer
HONOLULU, H. 1.
Bell Telephone 302. Mutual Telephone 371.
J E BE0WN & CO.
CAMPBELL BLOCK, Merchant St.
fl Estate, Stoelt an 4 HnfEhft(l
General Basinets Areata.
Lealdocumettta carefully prepared rn--tie.
leased. Rents collected. Book
EMPLOYMENT. Servants provided moraMiv
without charge toamploy.r. tfKbeif 7