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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, APRIL 4, 1887.
r0KT OF HONOLULU, --J1.- 1.
Saturday, April 2.
c;.,., Lorenzen. from Mutit and Hawaii
ph i rVlike Davis, from Maui
Bishop. Chauey.tr. in Kauai
U t 4 cummins, from Koolau
?t,l'r im.iualo.frum Wal-.nae .
&tlU M.tkolii. McOrefcor. from Molokai
STrKaaiaVa,tHiii Pepeekeo. Hilo. Hawaii
&cbl Sunday, April 3.
ir.tohila frc;u Kauai
StmVu- Planter, W K Perriiaan, 15 days
xrJ ; liaulilu... from aiauae
Satubday. April 2.
V.' S Bowue, A H Paul, for San Fran-
"Lr hurk C K Bishop, II bolters, for San Fran-
cirL 'A ok iiydia. for Hongkong
V.rr i ika. for Kobalalele
?T y rv for Kukaiau
s, ,' ', .ul(., for Lauphoeboe
ifcil Kinau, Lorenzen, for windward
tort?. 31 ; 1 f v,nl at 5 n m
Miur-. , ,ifc- tnr Hamakua. at 5 T m
,urXeliua, -.- . Molokai. at 5
Utinr -okoiii, - o
P m , r li Bishop, for Lahaina, at 4 p m
stair V. . u Z U'danaP at 9 a m
""'jjktte ' Mary V.'insehuan, Captain Blake,
r r' 'I dVakala, for Pepeekeo, Hawaii
Tern Ke Au Hon, for Molokai
el ,ort l"m Foreltfu PorU.
jj H M's training ship Kainiiloa, from Apia,
bark Kalakaua. (i N Armstreng, from Yal-
rhl.rig Allie Rove, J rhillips, from New
U?ittwn Lark Hydra, from Uonskoug
Am i.ktne Planter, W li Perriman, from San
te.M-JH j..ievteI from Foreis;" I'ortti.
Am t .rk Tiinour, Brewer, sailed from Boston
lire 1". Ul V'a' . . , ,
j;-it lark Cerates, inm Liverpool, due May
1 Ami Lark Julia Foar.l, from Departure Bay, due
; ' Am"'' bk Mars, from San Francisco, due Feb
1 m missionary utt amhktne Morni ug Star, H
Y l'urur, from the South Sea Islands; du6 Feb
'"tiNV pehr tif-uer.il Siegel, Sanders, from
tfed ii rri-'ate Suoals, due Nov i!0-3o
am l.ktue Makab, froiu Newcastle, N S W, due
Kin t.'k Scottish Lassie. W Singer, sailed from
I nn'i -'ol Ju,; Mav 2,31
Am i.rif W H Jlji r.i, irom Port Blakely, due at
fUt.ului March 1C-2
Am i ktne Uatlie S Bangs, Tern 11, from Hon?
ko.jt,', ilue April lc-:fi)
Hw -hr Jennie Walker, B Anderson, from
I i"i,nu's Island, due March 25-S1
Ain birkSuk Saranae, l B Shaw, from San
triii''"-'''. due Match 2G-i;l
t,t finuii oark Her, nies. Schaefer, sailed from
Livtrtool LeetmU-r ltih. due May 1-20
Am i.hiue Amelia, Wilham Newhall, from Port
Townseiid, W i", due March 25-31
Am wIj bark Ohio, from New Bedford, due
M.irrti -M-M ,
K Ji S S Mariposa (Ami, H M Hayward. frem
the Colo.iies, en route to San Francisco, due
Am H. lir Ida Schnauer, Robertson, from San
rriii'-isco, due at Kahului March 'JG-31
Am i.ktne Jane A Flkeuberg, Clinker, from
IV.rt ToAiiseud, due March '4-:l
Am bk Caiuarieu. J A Perkins, from San
f ra n isco, due April 5-15
H;uv steamship Ar.strn.lia, ii C Houdlette, from
Sau Francisco, due April fi
Am bktue discovery, J. Lee, from San Fran
cico, due April 4-15
Am brtne Claus Spreckela, Drew, f rora San
Ir.iuci.-co, --.ue April 3-5
!?ui'jKjsed to be lost.
ir San Francisco, per tern V S Eowne, April
2-CHiewerS Co, 4.."73 bags sugar; Theo H Da-vir-H.
Co, 6,:;71 do; Castle & Cooke, 1,360 do; H
k .Mai fr-rlaije, :j imuchts bananas. Domestic
From Kahului, etc, per stmr Likelike, April 2
K li Bailey, Bro Dole, H S Tregloan, Robert
Lewer-t, W It French, Mr and Mis Herbert, Rev
lull. er James, Mis A P Jones, Mrs P M Loomey,
M.st McShaue, 2 Chinese aad 74 deck passen
gers. (rom AVaianae and Waimanalo, per stmr "Wai
miualo, April 2 H Dickson, Mr Oltmann, Dr
Carter, L Kahlbaum, Mrs Titcomb and daughter,
aud 2ii deck passengers.
F.oin Ka iai, per aimr Mikahala, April 3 Dr J
Kiunh, t D Preston, Rev H lseuberg, W A
Wall, Miss.-s Fl'-ra and Clara Glade, J N a Will
iams, A Hanueberg, W L Holokaluki, Rer E S
Tinioteo and wife, 2 Chinese and 41 deck passen
ger. From Hilo, Maalaea, Labalna, per stmr Kinan,
Apul z- lion Johu W Kalua, J McAndrews, J
Mduatfliau, Mr Napapa, Mr Willie. Dr C H Wet
moie, J Cornell, J A Buck, C Uehard and wife.
MUs J K Hebard, Miss M Uebard, David Hebard,
Mrs F. G Hitchcock, U S Hovey, C A Longfellow,
Maj ir A B Uayley, J Renton, V ii Cummings, B
I" Di.liugham, J B Brooks, F S Bryant; R J Ben
nett. J Doherty, A K Kunuiakea, Hon Kia Na
Laolrlua, W C Achi, wife and two children, and
For San Francisco, per tern W S Bowne, April
2 -air Julius Hottug and child. Miss Bruns,
Miss ilait, Mrs F-llis and three aieerage passengers.
MlllTINiJ o i 1.
The Gtrmau bark Hydra, Captain C. J. D.
Uange, sailed April 2d for Hongkong, with 2j
t'liiuts passengers on board, and also 2 Riisian
sailors, deserters from the Russian nian-Cf-War
The lark Saranae left San Francisco March 17th
ladea with merchandise for Honolulu.
The brig Clans Spreckels sailed March 17th for
Honolulu with merchandise.
The i hll au corvette Pilcomayo sailed March
Kth fro:u Sua Fiaucisco, bouud for Tahiti, So
The steamer Mikahala arrived yesterday from
Kanai and Niihau, with -i,f8 bass sugar, 130
p'.a, 10 bags rice, 242 sheep and 2. hides.
Heste.aiu,r Lebua will sail this afternoon for
H e American tern W. S. Bowue, Captain A. H.
fa: 1. sailed April 2d for San Francisco with 12,-i,,-i
suar aud o30 bunches bananas, weigh
lUuit 721 tons, and valued at "6,4S8 12.
The tern Ki Au Hon will leave to-day. under
omi iauu of Captain Browt.ell. with cattle for
Hi -hark Caihaiieu and the barkentine Dis
C0Ver wre to leave San Francisco for Honolulu
l'.-en the 24th and 2MI1 of March.
The American tern Ida Schnauer, which re
Cr'n.y f i-fd between San Francisco and Kahului,
u. u the sugar trade, has been sold to-a prl
T" ;-irty at Cook's Inlet, and will hereafter be
uo 0d iu the fishing trade.
steamer Waimanalo last Saturday brought
ro"- Waialua and Waianae, Oabu, 23 bags taro
-bout 13(i package: miacellaneous merchan
dise I -e steamer Waimanalo leaves this morniug
Jt 'aiaiUil and Waiauae.
ru ciermia bait C. R. Bishop, Captain H.
( 'i-rs, was toved out lass Saturday morning
"J t!.e tug Hleu for Saa Fiancisco, having on
0a'd g sugar and 133 bunches ba-
uas. 'l Le aomest.c t argj is estimated at $120,
fc steamer Kinau avrived from Maui and 11a
u ou Saturday with C,21o bags sugar, 3uo hides,
Cora, 85 bags potatoes, aud about 100
The steamer Kiaau leaves this afteruoou with
rigut for the var.ous windward ports, aid pas
"nstrs for the Volcano.
scuooner Haleakala brought 1 221 bags su-
placef0ni 1'ei,t'fckeo Uart&ii. April 2, which were
acej ia the iK-eauio Co'tipanj 's warehouse.
The steamer C. R. BisbOD arrived last Saturday
Koloa,aaai, with 2.C52 bags sugar, '20 bags
nee and a ... .u
CapUin Blake, will sail to-day with nearly 15,
0C0 bags sugar for San Francisco.
The steamer C. R. Bishop leaves this afternoon
for Lahaina direct.
The steamer Likelike arrived on Saturday from
Maul with 2,481 bags sugar, 91 bags potatoes, 77
bags taro and 200 packages sundries. 8he will
leave again for her usual porta on Maui this
The steamer Molokii brought 20 barrels mo
lasses, 2 head cattle, 3 horses, 20 bags potatoes,
30 deck passengers and various sundry mer
chandise from Molokai, April 2d.
The American clipper barkentine Planter, Cap
tain "W. R. Perriman, was berthed at the Pacific
Mall Company's wharf early yesterday morning,
15 days from San Francisco, with about 1,000
tons cargo. Including 63,000 brinks for Mr. Geo. ,
Lucas. Her cargo is valued at $43,799, and is as '
follows: 325 barrels flour,. 430 centals barley, 123
gallons wine, 6 cases salmon, 629 centals oats,
700 bales hay, 100 sacks middlings, 580 sacks
bran, 75 barrels liuae, 50,400 bricks, 100 kegs
nails, 55 cases canned goods, 25 bales bags, 29 M
cigarettes, 400 pounds tobacco, 1,100 gallons
naphtha, 1,650 gallons gasoline, 340 doors, 44
cases boots and shoes, 45 barrels salmon, 20 bai
rela beef, 15 barrels pork, 120 sacks potatoes, 310
pounds hams, 800 pounds lard. Captain Perri
man gives the following report: Barkentine
Planter sailed from San Francisco March 18th, a
day after the brigantine Claus Spreckels. Ex
perienced light winds and smooth seas the en
tire passage. Passed the Claus Spreckels on the
25tb of March, about 1,000 miles from Honolulu.
On March 31st, in longitude 22 deg. 08. mln. N.
and longitude 153 deg. 05 mln. W., spoke barken
tine City of Pepeete, 16 days out from Tahiti,
bound for San Francisco, with the crew of the
burnt German steamer Raiatea on board. Re
ports all well. The Planter arrived off Diamond
Head at 7 o'clock Saturday evening. Sne is con
signed to Messrs. H. Hackfeld & Co.
The steamer Waialeale leaves to-morrow morn
ing for the ports of Kilauea and Haaalei,
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
SEVERANCE In this city, on the 2d instant.
Mrs. Anna u. Severance, aged 85 years and 10
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTES.
Easter opening of millinery and fancy
goods at Sachs' 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 SANDAL-WOOD WARE. Also,
porcelain and crockery ware, matting,
fans, silk handkerchiefs, shawls and
scarfs, gold and silver jewelry.
Will be sold at lowest prices.
Cliaa. T. Ciullck, notary Public.
Records searched. Abstract of Title
furnished, and conveyances drawn on
COLLECTION AGENCY Mr. John
Good, Jr., authorized collector.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Mr. F.
Marcos, special agent.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY
No. 38 Merchant street.
Bell Telephone 343- P. O. Box 415
Ladies, don't forget to call at Sachs'
store, Thursday, Friday or Saturday, and
see the imported pattern hats and bon
nets, all the latest shape.s and shades.
St. Andrew's Ctlielral.
The St. Andrew's Remembrancer for
April has the following notice of the ser
vices for Holy Week and Easter :
Holy week, the week immediately pre
ceding Easter, is the most solemn week in
the whole year, in which day by day the
sufferings of our Blessed Lord are com
memorated. The Cathedral services will
be as follows :
Holy Communion on Monday, Tuesday.
Wednesday and Thursday at 6:30 p. m.
Matins at 9 a. m. Evensong, evry evening,
except Wednesday, at 7 p. m., on Wednes
day at 5 p. m.
Good Friday Ante-Communion office,
G:30; matins, 9:30; hymns and addresses
on the Seven Words from the Cross, X:30.
Pule Ahiahi,3:30; evensong, 7 o'clock.
Easter Eve Matins and Ante-Communion
office, 6:30 a. m.
Evensong, the first service of the Easter
Festival, 7 o'clock.
The subjects of addresses at evensong to
be given by Rev. H. H. Gowen are as fol
lows -.Monday, the Cleansing of the Temple;
Tuesday, the Day of Questionings; Thurs
day, the Institution of the Holy Eucharist ;
Good Friday, the Descent into Hell.
On Easter Day, the celebration of the
Holy Communion will be at the usual hour
of 6:30. We wish to remind all who have
been confirmed of the duty of communi
cating at Easter. The Church's rule is
that every parishioner shall communicate
at the least three times in the year, of
which Easter shall be one.
Tbe Japaneso Stabbing; Affair.
In the Police Court on Saturday the
Japanese, who stabbed a fellow coun
tryman in Fowler's j'ard on March 16th,
was brought up on remand, charged
with assault with a weapon imminently
dangerous to life. He pleaded guilty,
and Mr. Jono. Austin, who appeared for
him, asked the Court to be lenient. His
Honor made a fewT remarks to the pris
oner, and then sentenced him to four
months' imprisonment at hard labor
and, to pay a fine of $100. Mr. Taro
Ando, the Japanese Consul, and Vis
count Torie, Vice Consul, were present
in Court during the proceedings.
'i'be Amt i ;
an oarLcctiue M-ry Winkeluaan,
Death or Mrs Severance.
On Saturday afternoon Mrs. Anna H.
Severance, mother of Mrs. Parke, wife
of the Hon. W. C. Parke, died at the
residence of the latter, Kukui street.
The deceased lady, who has been ailing
for some years, had reached the good
old age of 85 years and 10 months. The
funeral took place yesterday afttmoon,
and was largely attended.
Yesterday was Palm Sunday.
Ten Chinese were arrested yesterday for
One of the inmates of the Lunalilo Home
The Kinau sails at 4 o'clock this after
noon for windward.
Major Hayley returned from Hawaii by
the Kinau on Saturday.
It is understood that the Waianae Sugar
Company has declared a dividend of 10 per
The "Friend" for April is out promptly
on time, and contains a variety of interest
R. Robinson was arrested on a warrant
yesterday for selling spirituous liquor with.
out a license.
The brig Claus Spreckels, which left San
Francisco March 17th, has four days' mail
for the Post Office.
The Oceanic Company's steamship Aus
tralia is due to-morrow from San Fran
cisco with dates to the 29th inst,
Two Russian sailors, who deserted from
the Vitiaz, were sent to Hongkong by the
German bark Hydra on Saturday.
The "Honoiulu Almanac and Directory"
for 1S87 is now on sale at J. H. Sopers's
news depot and this office. Price, 50 cents.
There will be a confirmation for candi
dates from the second congregation of St.
Andrew's Cathedral on Wednesday even
ing at 7 :30 o'clock.
The April term of the Supreme Court
opens at 10 o'clock this morning, Mr. Jus
tic' McCully presiding. The Hawaiian
Jurors w'ill be required to attend.
The barkentine W. H. Dimond arrived
in can urancisco ittarcn inn, nineteen
days from Hongkong. The barkentine
Katie Flickinger and the schooner Geo. C.
Perkins also arrived the same day, 23 and
20 days respectively.
Captain Da vies of the steamer Likelike
reports fine weather along the various
ports of Maui. A temporary landing has
been erected at Hana, but it is very in
convenient for landing and taking freight
on board. Several whalers were seen
spouting off Maui.
It is understood that the Hawaiian
schooner Canute, belonging to the Pacific
Navigation Company, which recently
underwent a general overhauling, will
leave this week under command of Cap
tain Macey, with provisions for the com
pany's station at Jaluit, Marshall Group.
The St. Andrew's Cathedral Sunday
school Festival will be kept on Easter
Tuesday, April 12th. The children will
assemble in the Cathedral at 2 p. m. for
an Easter carol service, after which they
will proceed to the Bishop's residence in
the Valley, where amusements and re
freshments will be provided.
The Raiatea Burned at Sea Rescue
of the Crew.
The German steamship Raiatea, trad
ing between Tahiti and San Francisco,
was burned at sea. Captain H. H.
Burns, of the barkentine Tropic Bird,
thirty-two days from Tahiti, reported at
San Francisco on March 17th that he
had sighted the Hamburg steamer
Raiatea on fire February 16th, in lati
tude 12.28 north, longitude 148.8 west.
He first saw a column of black smoke,
and on coming nearer saw the hull of a
vessel on fire. He kept off to windward,
and lowered a boat in charge of his Chief
Officer, Jameson, who boarded the burn
ing ship. He found nothing but the
iron ship's hull left, every fragment of
woodwork and furnishings having been
consumed and the ship gutted by the
flames. The great iron beams which
traverse the ship were warped and
twisted by the heat. The charred ap
pearance of the hold indicated that the
fire might have been in progress about
six days, but nothing could be discov
ered to indicate whether the calamity
had occurred in the night or by day
light, or what had become of the passen
gers or crew. The hot smouldering
ashes prevented any search being made.
Mate Jameson returned to the Tropic
Bird. The lifeboat was still intact in
the port davits. She had a crew and
some passengers from San Francisco.
The name was legible on the stern.
The Raiatea was a screw steamer of
368 tons register, 165.6 feet in length,
25.3 feet beam and 12.9 depth of hold.
She was built in 1884, and was owned
by a Hamburg (German) company. She
was what is, in common parlance,
called an ocjean tramp. Recently she
had been making tolerably regular trips
between this port and Tahiti, calling on
the upward voyage at the Sandwich
Islands. She only paid one visit to
Honolulu. From the condition in
which the iron shell of the ship was
found. Captain Burns says ihat it h not
probable that any very terrible explosion
took place, though it could not be as
sured that none had occurred. If no ex
plosion occurred, the crew certainly had
time to take to the boats, and the ques
tion is whether they starved to death or
reached a port. As no traces of the
spars or rigging were to be seen, it is
surmised that they were washed over
board, which implies a high wind and
sea, and consequent enhancement of the
dangers attending the calamity.
RESCUE OF THE CREW.
Captain Perriman, of the barkentine
Planter, which arrived yesterday from
San Francisco, reports speaking the
barkentirfe City of Papeete in latitude 22
deg. 08 min. N., longitude 153 deg. 05
min. W., with the crew of the burned
steamer on board. All hands were well.
They had landed on Dean's Island after
going 150 miles in four days in the ship's
and this will be" the first gathering of
the occasion. On Sunday evening a
mission service will be held in Fort
street Church, when Rev. W. B. Oleson
will preach. On Monday, April 11th,
there will be a general gathering of all
interested on the grounds of Oahu Col
lege. The day will be spent in social re
union and listening to papers, especially
prepared by the honored survivors of
There is on exhibition at the store of
King Bros, four oil paintings of the vol
cano by the talented artist Jules Taver-
nier. They present Halemaumau in
state of activity, taken from four differ
ent points, and are very realistic, show
insr the master's hand. But there
another painting in the store by the same
artist which is so perfect in every detail
that it is almost beyond description. It
is a string of native fish painted with
Wonderful effect, so much so that it is
hard to realize that they are painted. It
is a rare piece of work, and shows that
Mr. Tavernier's ability doea not run
altogether in volcanic effects, as some
people imagine. Several more of his
pictures will be placed on exhibition dur
ing the week, such as landscapes, flow
ers, figures, etc.
Following is the musical programme
to be given by the Royal Hawaiian Mili
tary Band this evening at 7 :30 o'clock
at the Hotel, complimentary to Commo
dore Dickerson :
Overture "America" Claus
Duet "Troubadour" Verdi
Waltz "Queen's Handkerchief". . Strauss
"Reminiscences of Rossini" Godfrey
Medlev "War Recollections" Beyer
Introduction "Rosamunde" Schubert
Gavotte "Sweetheart" Burald
Waltz "Flowers of Joy" Gung'l
"Star Spangled Banner." "Hawaii Ponoi."
m m m
Blue Ribbon League.
The Y. M. C. A. Hall was filled on
Saturday evening on the occasion of the
entertainment under the auspices of the
Blue Ribbon League. An interesting
programme had been prepared, several
of the numbers having to be repeated.
Another entertainment will be given
next Saturday evening.
At St. Andrew's Cathedral yesterday
at 1:30 o'clock p.m. a special service
was held, when the Bishop of Honolulu
administered the rite of confirmation to
six Chinese, who had been prepared by
the Rev. H. H. Gowen. In the even
ing at 6 o'clock two females and eleven
males were confirmed.
Wilder's Steamship Company received
the following report from the V oleano
House: "The crater is on the S. W. and
N. E. sides. On the 27th of March the
lake was flowing and filling in the lower
crater. The thermometer varied from
54 to 74 degrees.- The rainfall 55-100
Ou the Way.
The bark Saranae left "San Francisco
March 17th for Honolulu, with a cargo
of merchandise valued at $12,000.
The Oceanic Company's brig Claus
Spreckels left on the 17th for here, with
a cargo of assorted merchandise valued
A special memorial service was held
at Kawaiahao Church la3t evening for
the late George W.'Pilipo. The church
was crowded, aud eulogistic addresses
were delivered by Hon. S. B. Dole and
the Revs. II. II. Parker, J. Waiamau
and S. Waiwaiole.
On Thursday evening next the ladies
of the Bethel Union Church and con
gregation will give a farewell sociable at
the residence of the Rev. and Mrs. E.
C. Oggel, Nuuanu Avenue, to Mr. and
Mrs. William Waterhouse, who return
to their home in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, by
the Australia, April 12th.
Honolulu Almanac and Directory.
The Honolulu Almanac and Directory
for 1887 is now for sale at J. H. Soper'e
news depot and at this office. - Price 50
cents. It contains complete statistical
and general information relating to these
Sunday, April 10th, will be the fiftieth
anniversary of the arrival at these islands
of thirty -two missionaries sent by the A.
B. C. F. M. The . Hawaiian Mission
Children's Society are planning to cele
brate this jubilee anniversary. On Sat
urday evening, April 9th, the regular
monthly meet in z ' tbe bVvittv will h
held at Kawaiahao F
t Lamar ,
A Death at sea.
"Do invalids usually dread making a sea
"They have no fear of the voyage, but
the dread which surrounds the thought of
a possible death at sea completely un
nerves them. Suggest a trip abroad and
they will gladly attempt it, for they have
the satisfaction of knowing that in case
they die the remains will be returned to
their friends for decent burial. A burial
at sea, however, haunts them from the
time a voyage is suggested until it is over.
Now that the matter of speed and comfort
is the question of the hour with steamship
companies, they should give some thought
to the subject of burials at sea. It is an
important question. Originating when
the only means of transatlantic travel
were sailing vessels, there is no doubt but
that it was necessary to consign a corpse
to the deep, but in these days of rapid
transit and floating palaces it would be an
easy matter to preserve a body for several
days. In the ojden time lack of facilities
for properly caring for and preserving a
body, coupled with the superstitions dread
of the sailors, rendered it necessary to
heave it over the rail, but now these rea
sons do not exist. Every steamer should
have a surgeon capable of embalming a
corpse and a refrigerating compartment to
preserve a body for an entire trip. The
terrible dread of being buried at sea has
deterred many from seeking relief in a
warmer clime than this, and they have re
mained here and died rather than risk
such an end What we need are facilities
and apparatus which will tend to dispel
this dread, and which will tend to add to
the peace of mind of persons taking a sea
voyage in the hope of restoring health."
New York Mail and Express.
Conductor Here, my good fellow! don't
you know that if you pull that strap in the
middle you will ring both bells? , , ;
Mike Faith, an' O: '!rror tirat -s ttpI! cs
vers If. But it ia Loth inds av the car Oi
want ter step. Juds.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
OFFER FOE SALE
And 30-pound Boxes.
In Half Barrels
And 25-pound Boxes
In 30-pouud Boxes.
GOLDEN C. COFFEE
In Half Barrels
Cases Corned Beef.
Cs Medium Bread.
Lime and Cement.
Galvanized Iron Boofing,
5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10-foot lengths.
Sizes 22x36, 20x34, 20x32.
Manila andj slaal, Panana Twine,Wbale Line.
G. D. FREETH.
W. O. PEACOCX.
FREETH & PEACOCK.
0,3 Nuuanu street
- Honolulu H. I,
Sole Agents in tbe Hawaiian Islands for
J. J. MELCHER'S "ELEPHANT" GIN,
J. J. PELLISSON'S pure, uncolored, unsweetened OLD BRANDIES,
COATES & CO.'S "PLYMOUTH" GIN,
.IIY. W. SMITH & CO.'S " THISTLEDEW " WHISKEY
THE FREDERICKSBUKG BREWING CO.
Of San Jcse, Cal.
THE JOS. SCHLITZ BREWING CO.
MESSES. B. DEEYEUS & CO.'S
Wp ofTinr for sale at the lowest market rates.5a full stock of the irtont favorite
Ales, Wines, Spirits, Liqueurs, Etc., Etc.
Telephones Au. 46.
P. O. Box 304.
H. E. Mclntyre & Bro.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IJ
Groceries Provisions and Feed
. EAST CORNER FORTAND KINO STREETS.
New Uoods received by every packet from the Eastern States and Europe, resh California
Produce by every steamer. AU orders faithfully attended to, and Goods dellvt red to any part of tl-
city free of charge. Island orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Posl office Box- No. H3
Telephone No. 92 m apt?
lUUKULERS & CO.
Reed's Felt Steam Pipe
and Boiler Covering.
25 "A TENTS, (suitable for camp
Ing and surveying parties.)
8TEAM BOOK AND JOB
I prepared to do all kinds o
Commercial & Legal Work
Having just Received a Complete and New
Job Types and Ornaments
Of the Latest Styles, from the most Cele
bra ted Foundries of the United States,
and . employing only Experienced .
and Tasty Workmen, we are
prepared to turn out
Bills or IrftdluK
(In Hk.aiian & Knglhb)
Bank C hecks
And in fact everything whicrfa first-class
office can do.
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JjlI UICHLIJ XiCUUOCU JLllCES.
.A-ffcer Stock Taking.
DATIS & 'WILDER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Grocers and Provision . Dealers,
5Q- Fort Street. Honolulu.
OFFER FOR SALE:
SALMON (Colombia River) in bbls., H bbls. and catee; 15, 25 and 50 lb. kegs.
BEEF (ex-Family) in 100 lb. bbls. and 25 and 50 lb. ktga.
MACKEREL in 15 lb. kits.
HERRINGS in 15 lb. kits, HERRINGS (Holland) in kegs.
MIXED PICKLES, GERMAN PICKLES, SAUER KRAUT, WORCESTERSHIRE
SAUCE in 5 gallon kegs. -SUGAR
Dry Granulated bbls., bbls., and 30jlb. boxes.
' Cube H bbls. and 25 lb. boxes.
Powdered in 30 lb. boxes.
COFFEE Costa Rica green, in sacks.
" Folger's Jara in 1 and 2 lb. tins.
Old Kona green and roasted.
FAIRBANKS LARD in eases, 3. 5 and 10 lb. tins.
CASES L., McN. & L., 1 and 2 lb. Corned Beef.
. " 44 1 and 2 lb. Lunch Tongue.
44 Underwood's Boned and Potted Meats and Lobsters.
" Honey in glasB jars.
44 Medium and Saloon Bread and Soda Crackers. -
" Table Fruits, Pickles, Sugar Peas, Corn, Tomatoes, Jams and Jellies, Hops,
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 Limbo rger, etc.
A large and complete invoice jost opened up of Crosse & Blackwell'a Meats, Soups,
Jams and Jellies, French Peas and Mushrooms, Salad Oils, Spices and Condiments,
Chutney Sauces, Candies, etc., etc.
BUTTEK-Plentv for Evervbody.
Woodlawn Dairy in 1 lb. bricks prica rednced to 60 cts. per lb.' Received fresh from th dairy
daily. Other Island Dairies, 60 cts. per lb. California Fresh Roll Butter en lea.
60 lb. kegs Choice Gilt Edjce. "Whitney's Roll Butter in tins.
BEANS, ONIONS AND POTATOES,
(New Zealand Potatoes "by every steamer from the Colonies.)
0Sr"Our celebrated Family Flour "Fresno" brand, also Golden Gate.
Barley, Oats, Bran, Wheat and Corn,
All of which we offer at very low prices.
I. O. llnx. SOS. 5l3tf ' " lloth Telephones. N. ISO
Fy3 Iiperter and Hannfacliirery
' ' Of all Descriptions of
BOOTS & SHOES
3 Order from tbe other Is) And ftolM4
ho. H i Fort ht, life uOJieltt, ,
LADIES WISHINQ A COJIPETENT NURSE
can secure the services of Mrs. CHAMPLAIN
by inquiring at Mrs. Hoyt's, 115 King atriet,
corner of Alakea street. 466-may3
JOHN A. SPEAR, HAVING THIS DAT BOUGHT
out the entire interest of Charles H. Pfeiffer
in tbe late firm of Spear fc Pfeiffer, begs to no
tify his former enstomers 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 & Pfeiffer will be paid by the undersigned.
JOHN A. SPEAR.
Dated March 4, 1887. 638apr?
CAROL AN & CO.
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HONOLULU, H. I.
Bll TelepLona 302. ' Mutual Tslopbona 371.
Bell Telephone 173.
1. O. Cox iO'
64 1 au .1
J. E. BROWN & CO.
- CAMPBELL BLOCK, Merchant St.
Ileal Estate, Stock and Wonev nrekerar
? ' General Basiness Affecsits. j :
Legal documents carefully- prepared. ' Propar
ties leased. Rents Collected. .Boo.'ia kpt a&d
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