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PACIFIC. COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, APRIL, 1), 1887.
.i'OUT OF HONOLULU, Jl. 1.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
A KICI V,ll,V
Friday, April fl.
R M S S Mariposa i Ain), H M Hayward, 11. days
from the Colonies 1
H B M s Caroline, Sir Wm Wiseman, from Cal-
lao, s A
Strnr Kilaaea Hon. f roinTlamakna
t-trar Lehua. Clarle from Haiii.ikua
Simr WAialeal-;. eir, from Har.alei and Kll-
auea. Kauai
Strnr Jaiiie9 Makee, Camp'oeil, from Waianae,
Uaau
Strnr W G Hall, from Maui aai Aiawaii
Am bktne Jane A FalkenLerg, Klinger, from
Port Townend
Schr Mokuola. from Ewa
5
ii:iAitTi:iti:s.
Fripay, April 8.
Strnr James Makee, for Kapaa
Sebr Mokuola, lor Ewa
ve.Mels I.eivJisr ToIay.
R MSS Mariposa (Am) Hayward, for San Fran
cisco at 12 in
htnir Le baa, Clarke, for Hamakua, at p m
Sebr Kawailani, for Koolau
Vessel lu Iurt from Foreign Ports.
II H M'a training ship Kalmiloa, from Apia,
Haw bark Kalakaua, G N Armstrong, from Tal-
caraiso
Haw brig Allie Rowe, J Phillips, from New
Hebrides
Am bktne Planter. W li Ptrriman. from San
Francisco
Am br.tce Claus Spreckels, Drew, from San
Francisco
Am bark Saranac, D B Shaw, from San Fran
cisco Am missionary steam bktne Morning Star, H
N Turner, from the tkuth Sea Islands
Haw steamship Australia, II C Uoudlette, from
Kan Francisco
K M H S Mariposa (Am), U M Ilayward. frera
the Colonies, en route to San Irancisco
E B M S Caroline, Sir William Wiseman, Bart,
from Callaj, South America
Am bktnt- Jane A Falkeuberg, Clinker, from
Port Towns end
Joe Wiseman is a through passenger by
the Mariposa.
The services at St. Andrew's Cathedral
yesterday were well attended.
The sale - of J. B. Castle's household
furniture realized $2,100 and Captain Ful
ler's $550.
Mr. A. M. Hewett has just received a
new stock of stationery and a full line of
pocket knives.
All accounts against George S. Hough-
tailing should be sent in to him within the
next six daj'3.
An English sermon wa3 preached at the
Roman Catholic Cathedral last evening by
the Bishop of Olba.
The Hawaiian Mission Children's Society
will meet this evening at Kawaiahao Sem
inar' at 7:30 o'clock.
Purser D. E. Brewster, of the Mariposa,
has the thanks of the Advertiser for full
flies of Sydney and Auckland papers
alto, Mrs. J. F. Brown, will sing a solo,
and by special request, Mrs. Cruzan will
sing as a solo "The Little Bow of Blue."
Headings will be given by Mrs. V. L.
Hopper, W. G. Armstrong and Henry
Bing. Mr. Cruzan will deliver a brief
address. All are invited. Come early
so as to secure a good seat.
il. B. 31. S. Caroline.
H. B. M.'s corvette Caroline, under
command of Captain Sir William Wise
man, Bart., arrived yesterday afternoon
from Callao, South America. She sailed
from Coquimbo February 4th for Uallao,
and on arriving there was quarantined
outside. But after receiving the mails
for the Pacific fleet, she sailed again on
February 24,and met the fleet the follow
ing day, 200 miles off Callao. The vessels
were : Flagship Triumph, and corvettes
Conquest, Pelican, Hyacinth and Wild
Swan. After sailing in comnanv with
w f
The stockholders of the Pacific Sugar )hem fL0r ei-ht the Caroline parted
Am bark 1 imour, Brewer, sailed from Boston
IVc 17, due May 1--J0
Brit bark Cerates, from Liverpool, dne May
Am wii bk Mars, from San Francisco, due Feb
10-
Haw scbr Grneral Siej-'el, Sauders, from
French FrU'.ite Si-oals. due Nov
Am bktne Makah, from Newcastle, X S W, due
1 ebi-uary "J5-i;8
Biit bk Scottish Lassie, W Sinifer, sailed from
Liverpool Jan 10. du May 'Hj-iil
Am hrij,' V. il Myers, from Port Blakely, due at
Kahuliu March
Am bktne Hattie K Bangs, Terrill, from Hong
kong, due April 10-)
Haw scbr Jennie Walker. B Anderson, froui
Fannin's Island, due March iii-:-il
Cierman bark Hercules, Schaefer, sailed from
.iMrtool l-e-r nit er liUi.-due May l-'20
' Am bktne AiudU, Willianr ?-.rhal!, fro!.. xort
jwnsend. W '". due March 2o-'Jl
Am wh bark Ohio, fnm New Bedford, due
ctrch
Vni bk CaibarieJi. G A Perkins, from San
ncisco, due April 5-15
m bktne i'iscuvery, J. Lee, from San Fran
co. due Annl 4-1")
: ui bark Juiia Foard. Beream, from San Fran
co, due at Uilo, Hawaii, April 10 30
- Am bark St L.ui. sailed from New York March
dtie September 5-i0
. - Am bk C Whitinore, T Tboiupson, from De
s rture Bay. due May 2u-''0
Vui bktue John Woister, from Nauaimo, B C,
: May 2i -J
m bk Mope, D W B Penballow, from Port
'ynseud, due My 1-10
uppoaed to be lost.
i
ARRIVALS.
mm the Colonies, per K. M. S. S. Mariposa,
; 8 Rev F W Merrill, wife and three chil-
?MrandMr3EG Fleming, Mr F O Lloyd,
t.iald Trower. Mr C li de Betham, Mr F L
"., W OHume and Mr Kodwell.
n Hawaii, per 3trnr W ii Hall, April 8 S
11 It Hiu iicock, Ur S E Craidock, T C
" MissC Wilis W 11 liowell, Mis A M Paris,
"ri. wife an t child. J 1) Howie. Isaac H
od, D L Wuii and 15 deck passengers.
Mill held a meeting at 11 o'clock this morn
ing, at the office of F. A. Schaefer & Co.
The "Honolulu Almanac and Directory"
for 18S7 is now on sale at J. H. Sopers's
news depot and this office. Price, 50 cents.
This evening Major Hendershot, the
drummer, makes his first appearance be
fore a Honolulu audience at the Hawaiian
Opera House.
The bark Kalakaua, her boats, tackle,
apparel and furniture will be sold at public
auction at noon, at the Interisland Com
pany's wharf.
A beautiful orchid plant with 93 flowers,
grown at Mr. George Engelhardt's con
servatory, is on exhibition m Mr. J. li.
Soper's store window.
The first of a series of three races be
tween L. A. Myers and W. G. George took
place at Sydney March 26th, distance 1,000
yards. Myers won easily.
Mr. C. J. Fishel is opening out a spendid
stock of boots and shoes. Such goods have
never been seen in this city before, and the
prices are within reach of all.
The Rev. F. W. Merrill, formerly of the
Anglican Mission in these Islands, ac
companied by his wife and three children,
were passengers by the Mariposa. They
will remain here visiting friends about a
month, and then proceed to the States.
Mr. J. O. Corlis, evangelist, and editor
of the "Bible Echo," is a through passen
ger by the Mariposa. At 9:30 o'clock this
morning he will speak at the T. and M.
Society's Hall, Fort street. Subject of im
portance to the generation in which we
live.
At a meeting of the trustees of the Hono
lulu Library held Thursday evening, the
Auditing Committee made a complete
financial statement of the condition of the
Association's monetary affairs for the last
eighteen months, embracing all the re
ceipts and expenditures fer that period;
also, the necessary expenses for the con
duct of the institution and its income.
from them for Honolulu on March 5th,
and arrived at II Ho, Hawaii, last Tues
day, April 5th. Early the next day
Captain Wiseman, accompanied by five
of the officers, rode to the Volcano, and
after remaining there fully 24 hours,
they returned to their vessel, and set
sail on the 7th for Honolulu, arriving
here yesterday afternoon. As she en
tered the harbor she saluted the Hawa
iian flayr, which was responded to by the
shore batterv at Kakaako. The Caro
line was built at Sheerness in 1885. She
is of the same type as the Constance,
though much smaller. Her tonnage is
1,420 tons. The engines are of 1,440
horse-power, which can attain a speed
of 13 knots an hour. The officers were
commissioned January, 188G, and sailed
-March 7th the same year to join the Pa
cific squadron.
following is her list of officers : Cap
tain, Sir Win. Wiseman, Bart. ; Lieuten
ant Lewis P. Sampson, Lieutenant
Richmond IT. Powell ; Lieutenant Alger
non Grenfell, Lieutenant John
de M. Hutchinson; Sub-Lieutenant
Haworth-Booth ; Staff" Surgeon, Michael
Fitzgerald; Paymaster, Horatio Howell;
Assistant Paymaster, Robert R. Hast
ings; Chief Engineer, Wm. H. Mat
thews. The Caroline has a complement of 171
officers and men. She is a fourth-class
corvette and carries 14 guns 5 breech
loading guns, besides machine guns;
Nordenfeldt 4 and 2-barrel, and Gardner
4 and 2-barrel guns. The rifles used on
board are the Martini-Henri patent.
The Caroline, when boarded as soon as
she came to an anchorage, presented a
very neat appearance. She will proba
bly sail on April 18th for Esquimalt,
B. C.
S3IIl'IXi XOI'LS.
"iruer Likelike is due this morning from
Pmers Kina-u and Mikahala are due to-
t lLrniug from their respective ports.
i-
v,,;ier W. O. Hall brought 4,234 bags
ags awa, 10 bags coffee, 63 hidea, 2
asltgs and 94 packages sundries from
maawaii April bth.
whc;r Ewa brought 210 bunches bananas,
crr-pj , Out) goat skin from Puuloa, Oahu,
won
a 0jr Lehua arrived from Hamakua
r a.luu bs.gs sugar from Hakalau.
tlOllS northerly swell in the channel.
V 1 "e Planter will finish discharging
notlC s aireaUy 8,000 bags suar, and is
amOTl.i next Tuesday with 1,000 tons
anil (VrauciBco.
most Mokuola brought 280 bag9 rice
chubby bth.
in the brig Allie P.owe has been docked
Village)-f, and is on the berth for Hong-
for the
totteril'-itoleale arrived from Kauai ye
past. al011 6u'ar and 210 bags rice,
hood tiut0 barkentiue Planter.
there a! Posa S'M" a noon to-day
Their sn itU about 24,000 bags su;;ar,
" -acas, etc,
ous wat
theil ref isooverJ' Captain John Lee,
'.is port from San Francisco.
uncertail
, lf.;ea Hou arrived April 8th
the one "
qwaii, with 3,500 Lags sugar,
, appreheU j OQ h0Alll lbe steamship
j jHusb'.UldAiught 50 head cattle from
SWeetnoaiud landed them at Kalau
bosoni of lament t Molokai. Reports
-i
bound, pe
distant Wag wiu leave this afternoon
life among
keeps ho)1 Pckels will sail next
woman's he4 ,ll,ar aud ,ice for
fills it with)
-Jtantly vatCtine Jana A- "alkenberg.
nio-ht to HstT" ,'ertbed at Messrs.
f .1 i.VI arf Arril 8th, 37 day"
w hether ther ,,,... ' ...
. "--Hilton Territory, with
the dreaded t a 100i0oo ehingle8 for
of the surf OK Co. Sailed from Port
that the tori-ued Cape Flattery six
the Strain of .V0U5U weather and suo
milft follow th'ieb ,lutl1 within th
longing destra
and beuutv iriaeiih
t "eiween mis pori
women, ami pi; H,w uUn trA)1or
Of ft.-TP While tb: withdrawn from this
i'et the
tho iht of :
with but one obj
tlieir visions of ! 'OlES.
Go anion? any .
rru, in any of t" :uia I;l,l,T
It. M. S. H. 9Iarlpo.ia.
The Oceanic Company's Ro3al Mail
steamer Mariposa arrived at two o'clock
yesterday afternoon from the Colonies.
She left Sydney March 23d at 5 p. m.
Experienced fine weather throughout
the entire passage to Auckland, which
was made in 3 days, 22 hours and 5 min
utes, the Mariposa's reputation for fast
sailing being fully kept up. Left Auck
land March 28th. Called off Tutuila
April 1st. Experienced fine weather
and fresh trades, the northeast trades
beginning in 12 degrees south, and last
ing to Honolulu very fresh. Running
time : Sydney to Auckland, 3 days, 22
hours, 41 minutes; Auckland to Hono
lulu, II days, 19 hours, 13 minutes ; Syd
ney to Honolulu, 15 days, 1? hours, 54
minutes. The Mariposa docked at the
Mail wharf. She brought thirteen pas
sengers for this port, and has in transit
one hundred and fifty. The Mariposa
will take in a large quantity of sugar
and bananas, and sail for San Francisco
at noon to-day.
Colonials In Transit.
rrsi .
mere are aixut lou passengers in
transit from the Colonies for the Coast
by the Mariposa. Among these are Mr
Hector Mackenzie, a prominent con
tractor of New Zealand, who is going to
his native home in Nova Scotia after an
absence of thirty-five years in the
"Britain of the South," to visit his
mother who is still alive. Mr. Macken
zie has a large family in business in
New Zealand. From the same colony
are Mr. Firth, Jr., Auckland, son of Mr.
J. C. Firth, who recently passed through
here on his return to his home; also
Mr. Harry Wilson, son of Mr. W. S.
Wilson, one of the proprietors of the
New Zealand "Herald," and Mr. Wm.
McDowell, a relative. These gentlemen
were delighted with what they saw in
Honolulu.
1
1 Hiil ?J'CilJV"ii,
tCHk.
invited
without
Additional lnse users.
The following additional passengers to
those published yesterday are booked at
the office of Messrs. Wm. G. Irwin &
Co., to leave by the Australia, April
12th : Her Majesty Queen Kapiolani and
two servants; II. R. II. Princess Liliuo
kalani, Lieutenant-General Hon. J. O.
Dominis and one servant; His Excel
lency Governor C. P. Iaukea.
to Hotel
y Public.
nine. out of ten of
a union 'With soini
his life fishing int.
iu in the winter; 'oved
might be anr othei., '
which is to come to
wives, or that the 1
wife is any tiling
, . rat. 1 01 iitii
natural stnimce of 4,uu
seems to occur." is diawiun
press.
There are over fc Mr. John
in Cairo, Erypt, wher
not one was open, s
owned b- Englishmei
Y Mr. "r.
' Experiments in ,VENCY
South Florida, sayi
Fetes, have been ma'
ing suits' on a lim"itbox
' ' t
r fi
1
Concert at the Hotel.
The guests at tli3 Hawaiian Hotel and
the passengers by the Mariposa had a
rare treat provided for them last even
ing by Manager Bartlett. Two of our
native vocal clubs Iolani and Kawai
hau discoursed sweet music for about
two hours on the spacious veranda. A
large audience was in attendance, and
all enjoyed the different selections. Both
clubs sang finely. ,
Blue Ribbon League.
The entertainment this evening under
the auspices of the Blue Ribbon League
at the Y. M. C. A. Hall, promises to be
a very successful one. In answer to ur
gent requests, Mrs. Cruzau and Mr.
rmstrong have kindly consented to re-
ea$ the "Quaker Courtship," which
Robbery at llouuap).
T ) t C' Til .
jrurser v. nnnerson 01 me steamer 1
W. G. Hall reports that some unknown
persons entered the warehouse at Honu
apo, Hawaii, last Wednesday night.
The boards were sawed, through which
an entry was effected. The thieves en
tered the I. I. S. N. Co.'s office, which
was in the warehouse, and removed the
safe to the place where they bored the
hole, but found it too large, and left it
there. In the safe was $89 in silver, and
$36 from a drawer, together with a sil
ver watch and other trifling articles,
were carried away. The nexi lorning
when the keepers entered the wiehouse
they found hammers, crowbars and
other tools lying carelessly on the floor
There is no clue to the thieves.
Art Xoies.
Mr. Jules Tavernier has been very
busy of late, and his studio presents an
appearance of close and incessant work.
Among his perfected pictures is one of
the Volcano, showing Halemaumau in a
state of great activity. This painting is
intended for presentation to the Emperor
of Germany by' Mrs. Neumann, wife of
the Hon. Paul Neumann, who is pro
ceeding to Germany with her daughters
to complete their education. This picture
is one of the best of the Volcano series,
which is saying a great deal for it.
Mr. Charles Michiels has bought two j
Volcano pictures by Tavernier, one of
which is intended for presentation to
King Leopold of Belgium.
Mr. F. A. Schaefer, Consul for the
Kingdom of Italy, some time since
t t. w r
uouertiL a mcture or Ki aiiM otvuiu .j i
J " J B...J0 ur
general view of the Volcano, from Mr.
Tavernier, which is on . exhibition in
Bremen. On his arrival there Mr.
Schaefer will finally dispose of it.
Dr. Brandt, who recently visited Hilo,
gave Mr. Tavernier a commission to
paint a V oleano picture. He visited
Kilauea in company with this artist in
1886, and was charmed with what he
saw. This picture, which is nearly com
pleted, will be forwarded to its destina
tion in Sweden by an early opportunity.
Mr. J. B. Castle has secured from
Tavern ier's studio views of Diamond
Head, the Volcano and the Pali. He
leaves by the Australia on Tuesday
next.
Mr. J. M. Monsarrat has bought a
Volcano and two panels one of native
fish and one of Hawaiian flowers.
Mrs. Dickson, Beretania street, has
also bought a Volcano picture showint?
the New Lake.
Two otl ler Volcano pictures have been
disposed of recently by Mr. Tavernier for
parties abroad.
fc. G. Irwin & Co
OFFER FOE SALE
Sugars
DHY GKAXULATIlU
In Barrels,
Half Barrels,
And 30-pound Boxes.
(TJiE-
lu Half Barreis
And 25-pound Boxes
! OWDKRED
In ?.0-pound Boxes.
GOLDEN C. COFFEE
In Half Barrels
Teas.
Soap.
BLUE MOTTLED,
KAJJILT LdUNDHT.
Q. D. FREETH.
EEEETH
23 JNTxruairu street
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Sole Agents in the Hawaiian Islands for
MELCHER'S "ELEPHANT " GIN,
J. J. PELLISSON'S pure, uncolored, unsweetened OLD BRANDIES,
COATES & CO.'S "PLYMOUTH" GIN, "
HY. W. SMITH & ICO.'S " TIIISTLEDEW " WHISKEY
THE FEEDERKUKSHTTRIt
Of San Jose, Cal.
BREWING CO.
Salmon.
Cases Corned Beef.
Flour.
Jubilee Anniversary.
To-morrow will be the fiftieth anni
versary of the arrival at these Islands
of thirty-two missionaries sent by the
A. B. F. M. The event will be cele
brated by the Hawaiian Mission Chil
dren's Society by a meeting at the Ka
waiahao Female Seminar', and a mis
sion service will be held in Fort-street
Church Sunday evening, when the Rev
W. B. Oleson will preach. The exer
cises will be continued on Monday, full
particulars of which will be given in the
next issue of this paper.
TUe Jorau Family.
The Sydney "Telegraph" of March
11th says: "The Misses Joran, the well
known musical family, who some months
ago appeared in Sydney, are passing
through Sydney on their way to Mel
bourne, after a tour through Queens
land. They will be in Sydney again in
a few weeks, when they will give a final
performance before returning to America.
Holy Satiinlay.
The following is the order of services
at the Roman Catholic Cathedral to-day :
At 7 a. m., service with High Mass, pre
ceded by the blessing of the Baptismal
Font.
0s Medium Bread.
Oils.
Fl'F.L
-And-
THE JOS. SOPULITZ BEEWING CO.
Of Milwaukee.
MESSES. B. DEE YE PS & CO.'S
CALIFORNIA WINES
Co
We offer for sale at the lowest market rates, a full stock of the most favorite
brands of
Ales, Wines, Spirits, Liqueurs, Etc., Etc.
Telephone N. 46.
373
1. O. Ilox 501.
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LUBRICATING
Lime and Cement.
Galvanized Iron .Hoofing,
6, 6, 7, 8, S, 10-foot lengths.
RIDGING.
Sugar Bags.
Sizes 22x3. 20x34. i0x32.
Cordage.
Manila and Sisal, Tanana Twine, Whale. Une.
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 shapes and shades.
Heed's Felt Steam Pipe
and Boiler Covering.
25 A TENTH, (suitable for camp
ins: and surveying parties.)
22 J
FI. K. iMdntyre & , BrjM
IMPORTEKS AND DKALKKN IN
Groceries, Pro visions and Feed,
EAST I'ORNKR FORT AND K ING STKEETR.
.' Goods received by every packet from the E mern States and Europe
by every steamer. All orders faithfully attfiided to. and Goods delivered
New
Produce
city free of charge
Telephone No. S2
Island orders solicited. Satisfaction Kiijiran toed.
resh Pallforcfa
to atiy part of the
roNtolhee Mox No. M5
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The Voleaiio.
The Wilder's Steamship Company re
ceived the following letter from the
manager of the Volcano House, dated
April 4th: The crater is still active.
The small lake on the southwest side of
Halemaumau is still boiling and there is
a bright reflection on the northeast side,
but the smoke will not admit of approach.
Mr. Selig, who has just returned from
the crater, reports plenty of fire.
Police v.'ourt.
BEFORE POLICE JUSTICE DAYTON.
Friday, April 8th.
Owen J. Holt, charged with assault on
Kam Chan, was remanded to the 11th.
Chiin Yung Fee, charged with using
threatening language toward Yung Yan
Tsuk, pleaded not guilty and was re
manded to the 11th.
Three other cases were remanded.
i-ldi! erf term ruts
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Special Notice.
A IX PARTIES HAVING CLAIMS OF ANY
kind against the undersigned are hereby
rionneu to present the same, properly attested,
to Geo. s. liougn tailing at the "Bay Horse" Sa
loon, on Hotel street, Honolulu, within six days
from this 9th day of April, 1887, or they will he
forever barred.
O. W. HOUGHTA1LIXG.
Honolulu, April 9, 18S7. 575aprl5
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
C'ttucert at Liunia Square.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will give a
concert this afternoon at 4 :30 o'clock at
Emma Square. The following is the pro
gramme:
Overture "Hungarian" Bela
rolka "Cavalier"-. rahrbaeh
Selection "Belisario" Donizetti
Hymn "Eastern" Welly
Sons: "The Palms" Faure
Waltz "Marianne" Waldteut'el
Grand Entertainment
AT THE
Hawaiian Opera House,
HONOLULU,
Saturday livening-, April 9, 1SS7.
GIVKX BY
Coal w from XcwcaMIe, X. S. V.
Alexander Brown & Co.'s report for
March contains the following i Hono
luluThere have been no sailings, but
the Charles B. Kenney, 1,073 tons regis
ter, is loading, and the News bo v and
Gyda are expected shortly, the former to
oad on ship's account and the latter
chartered at 10s 6d.
Major E. H. HENDERSHOT,
The Drummer Boy of the Rappahannock,
A GALAXY OF LOCAL TALENT.
1.
2.
8.
4.
Tue Mall.
The Mariposa sails at noon to-dav for
San Francisco. The mail at the Post
Office closes at 10 :30 o'clock. A late let
ter bag will be kept open until 11:30
o'clock.
Major I leiitiersliot.
This evening Major Hendershot, the
famous drummer of the Rappahannock,
will give an entertainment in the Ha
waiian Opera House. The programme
appears in another column, and is . one
that should draw a very large audience.
N one should fail to hear the Major,
who is complete master of the drum. The
jlas so -taking when given at the OIdf box pla.n is now open at the otSce of J.
Iplke's Concert; Honolulu's favorite 1 E. Brown & Co.'s, Merchant street. -
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PROGRAMME.
March Reciprocity Hawaiian Band
Exhibition Drill Honolulu Rifles
Introduction of Major Hemlerghot R. W.
Laine, Com. Geo. W. DeLong Post, G.A.li
Gen. Grant's Favorite March
Major Hendershot an j Son.
Vocal Song Going to Market
Mian A.C.Austin; Piauo, Mise Hopper.
The Queen's Favorite April 12 Life on the
Ocean Wave Major Hendershot & Son.
.Cornet Solo and Piano Accompaniment
Messrs.-Michiels and Berber
Medley-Echoea of the Night.. Hawaiian Band
Gen. Phil. Sheridan's Favorite March
Major Hendershot & Son.
Saxophone Quartette Hawaiian Band.
Imitation of a Locomotive pulling a heavy
train over the -ierra Nevada 'lountaina
on the C. P. R. R , or over the coming
Hawaiian Railroad .... .Major Hendershot
Reading Mrs. E. H. Hendry
Song """e Old-fashion White Army Beau. . .
Mai " Hendershot, accompanied by Miss
Hopper.
Medley War Recollections Haw. Band.
Honolulu Rifles Quickstep
Maor Hendershot & Son.
Song Angela' Serenade Eraga
Miss A. C. Austi n
Violin Obligate Prof. Yarndley.
Imitation of Battle, introducing the picket
' filing, the attack, the rattle of musketry,
the roar of cannon, the bursting of shell,
and the charge -Olajot Hendershot!
Tableaux The Result of fVe Fight.
Commercial
Advertise
Doora open at 7:30; to commeat &Q'clock.
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BTKAM BOOK ANH JOB
FEINTING OFFICE
fn prepared to do all kinds o
Commercial & Legal Work
Having just Received a Complete and New
Assortment of
Job Types and Ornaments
Of the Latest Styles, from the most Cele
brated Foundries of the United States,
and employing only Expei-ienccd
anri 1'asty Workmen, we are '
prepared to tjrn out
Letter HcadN,
Bill IlentlM.
Circulars.
Sote Heads.
Maten.oitM,
Hills of E.aiii
Contracts,
Horaag:e Blauks,
Leases,
Sniptkiitc Contracts,
"(In Hawaiian fe Knglith)
Calendars,
Blank Checks,
Ntork Certificates.
ISnsiness Car(s.
Menl Clieeks.
Wilk Tickets,
Rank Clieeks
llrders.
Receipts.
WarrJaa: Certificates.
Itiploiiiits, t
'atiIoiies,
Blotting Ia!s
A.ni in facteverj'thig which a first-class
office can lo.
FRANK GERTZ,
FQilinprtcr n& Mancfastiirer J
ALL GOODS
At Greatly Eeduced Prices !
Stock Taking.
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DAVIS & WILDER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Grocers and Provision Dealers,
52 Fort Street. Honolulu.
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OFFER FOR SALE:
SALMON (Columbia River) in bbls., H bbls. and cates; 15. 25 and!50 lb. kega. ..
BEEF (ex-Familj ) in 100 Vs. bbls. and 25 and 50 lb. kegs.
MACKEREL in 15 lb. kits.
HERRINGS in 15 lb. kits, HERRINGS (Holland)-in kegs.
MIXED PICKLES, GERMAN TICKLES, SAUER KRAUT, WORCESTL MIRK
SAUCE in 5 gallon kegs.
SUGAR Dry Granulated bbls., H bbls., and SOflb. 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 Reef.
1 and 2 lb. Lunch Tonirue.
Underwood's Boned and Totted Meats and Lobsters.
Honey in glass jars.
Medium and Saloon Bread and Soda Crackers.
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Table Fruits, Tickles, Sugar Teas, Corn, Tomatoes, Jams an
Hnckin s Soups. Catsup. Eacle and Vanilla C,he,o.nWit. tn eit
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o uuiioi", MHiimnfr,- uupce, ana ualifornia Covered.
)N "Thistle," and II. M. Dupee.
TelJi
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uali .iiiiHue, ana il. M . ljnnee.
CHEESE California, New York, Young America, Edam Liin burger, etc.
A large and complete invoice jnst opened up ofCnwc-; A Black ell'oMeat a, Socprt.
Jams and Jellies, French Teas and Mushrooms,! Salad Oils, Spices and Condiments,
Chutney SauceB, Candies, etc., etc. "
BXJI'TEK-neiitv for Everybody.
"Wood lawn Dairy In 1 lb. bricks price, reduced to GO dp. por 11. Received frfeh fiom the dairy
daily. Otber Island Dairie8, 60 cts. per 11. California FresL Koll Butter on lee
60 lb. kegs Choice Gilt EdKe. Whitney's Koll Butter in tins.
BEANS, ONIONS AND POTATOES,
(New Zealand Potatoes by eve ry steamer from the Colonies.)
CFOur celebrated Family Flour "Fresno' brand, also Golden Gate.
Parley, Oats, Bran, Wheat and Corn,
All of which we offer at very low prices.
I. O. Box 5Q5. 513ff Itotli Tflcpiionrx.
Of all P3f rlptions of
OOTS & SH
jOrders frora the other Island) 4:Htd.
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Administrator's Notice.
A. M. HEWETT,
THE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING BEEN DULY
appointed temporary administrator of the
estate of Wong Kim, late of Honolulu, deceased,
all perftona having claims against the said estate
are notified that they must present tbe same duly
verified, and with proper vouches, to the node;
signed within six months from date of this
notice, or they wilt be forever barred, and all
persons Indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment to me at tiy office, Kaa
humanu street, Honolulu.
"W C. PARKE.
Temporary administrator of the estate of
Wong Kfm, deceased.
Honolulu, April 7, 1887. 673aprll
IVTerclia-iit Street,
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HONOLULU, II. I.
Bell Telephone 302. Mntnal Telephone 171.
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Bell Teleplione 172.
.Miilual 72.;
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1". . Itox 307.
CAROL AN & CO.
?;R3 of
J. E. BROWN & CO.
CAMPBELL BLOCK. Merchant St.
fteai ItateSfoe!i nud Money Tf Ur
'r OUABANTISCT TOlKKKP LONGER
AofZ3mv lowest.
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' KILLED MKAT.
thVn
FREHHLY-7-U
frjfcj Commerctfil . ci lNor
Offlce will from this date be presented for car.
merit v. . .. . !
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