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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, APRIL H, 188?.
It has pleased Hi Majesty the King to ap
point HIS EX. HON. ANTONE ROSA
To be Vice Chamberlain of the Royal Household-
It has pleased His Majesty the King to ap
point HIS EX. HCN. ANTONE ROSA
To be His Majisty's Assistant Private Secretary.
Iolani Talace, April 12. 1837. 680aprHdw
Hamakua, Hawaii, April 13th, and reports ex
ceedingly rough and rainy weather, and had to
leave for here with only 7-11 bags sugar. She
will leave again to-day for the same place.
Inspectors were engaged surveying the Ha
waiian bark Kalakaua April 13th, both inside as
well as outside. Their report has not been
The American clipper barkentine Planter,
Captain W. B. Perrlman, sailed April 13th for
San Francisco with 18,175 bags sugar and 600
bunches bananas. The cargo weighed nearly
980 tons, and valued at ? 76,500.
The American barkentine Discovery, Captain
John Lee, arrived off port April 13th, about 15
days from San Francisco, with a cargo of gen
The American bark Saranac, Captain D. B.
Shaw, cleared from the Custom House April 13th
with 31,273 bags sugar, weighing 1,768 tons, and
valued at $144,101 30. This Is the largest cargo
ever carried by any sailing vessel. The Saranac
will sail this merning for San Francisco.
This plaintiff was the Chinaman who
was released from quarantine on a writ
of habeas corpus. Continued until the
loth. W. R. Castle for plaintiff, A. P.
Peterson for defendant.
T. Aki vs. S. K. Mahoe, assumpsit for
$145. Settled out of Court. Costs, ?2.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Office of the Secretary of War and
of the Xavy, April 12, 1887.
It has pleased His Majesty the King to ap
point HIS EX. HON. ANTONE ROSA
To be Acting Commander-in-Chief of the Forces
of the Kingdom (during the absence of General
It has pleased His Majesty the King to ap
point HIS EX. HON. ANTONE ROSA
To be Acting Adjutant General of the Forces of
the Kingdom (during the absence of General
DILDINE At the Queen's Hospital, April 13th,
William Dildine, a native of Alameda county,
California, aged 24 years.
2TFuneral at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon from
the Queen's Hospital. Friends and acquaint
ances are invited to attend.
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTES.
It will pa3r the ladies of Honolulu to
visit Sachs' store and see the immense as
sortment of wash dress materials now exhibited.
His Excellency A. Rosa will act as Governor
of the Island of Oahu during my absence from
CLRTIS P. IAUKEA,
Governor of Oahu.
Office Governor of Oahu, April 11, 1887.
I'ORT OF HONOLULU. 11. J.
Yuen Kee & Co. have removed to Hotel
New summer styles in ladies' hats and
bonnets now to be seen at the Popular ;
Millinery House, N. S. Sachs, proprietor.
Clias. T. Uullck, notary I'ublic.
Wednesday, April 13.
Stmr Waimanalo, from Waianae
Am bktne Discovery, J Lee, 15 days from
Schr Llboliho, from Labaina
Scbr Kauikeaouli. from Kohala. Hawaii
Schr Mary, from Kukaiau
Schr Rob Roy, from Koolau
Wednesday, April 13.
Am bktne Planter, W R Perriman, for San
Francisco, at - p ra
SchrLnka, for Kohala
Scbr Cater in a, for ilaualei
Schr Waiehu, for Waialua "
V'"el Leavhis To-Day.
Am bark Saranac, D B Shaw, for San Fran
cisco Strar Iwalani, Freeman, for Hamakua, via La
baina, at 8 a m
Stmr Waimanalo, Underwood, for Waianae,
Oahu, at 9 a m
Schr Kauikeaouli, for Kobala
Schr Mary, for Kukaiau
Schr Rob Roy, for Koolau, Oahu
Vessel lu Port from Foreign Ports.
H H M's training. ship Kaimiloa, from Apia,
Haw bark Kalakaua, G N Armstrong, from Val
paraiso Am missionary steam bktne Morning Star, H
N Turner, from the South Sea Islands
HUMS Caioline, Sir William Wiseman, Bart
f rom Callao, South America
Am bktne Jane A l'alkeuberg, Clink;r, from
Am bk Caibarien, G A Perkins, fioui San
French bark Julie, E G Clavey, from New
Am bktte Pj3COveryJohnLee, from San
FraiTcr6c6" " " " " "
vessels ft.xpectel front Foreign Ports.
Am bark Timour, Brewer, sailed from Boston
Dec 17, due May 1-20
Brit bark Cerates, from Liverpool, due May
Haw schr General Siegel, Stfnders, from
French Frigate Shoals, due Nov 20-30
Am bktne Makah, 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 March 16--'2
Am bktne llattie S Bangs, Terrill, from Hong
kong, due April 10-30
Haw Bchr Jennie Walker, B Anderson, from
Fauning's Island, due March 25-31
German bark Hercules, Schaefer, sailed from
Liverpool December 14th, 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
Aui bark Julia Foard, Bergam, from San Fran
cisco, due at Hilo, Hawaii, April 10 30
Am bark St Lucie, sailed from New York March
2C, due September 6-30
Am bk C U Whitmore, T Thompson, from De
parture Bay, due May 2u-30
AmbkfVeJonn Worster, from Nanaimo, B C,
due May 20-30
Am bk Hope, D W B Penhallow, from Port
Towusend, due May 1-10
Supposed to be lost.
For San Francisco, per bk Saranac, April 13th
Castle & Cooke, 10,52 bags sugar; Xbeo H Da
vies & Co, H,'281 do; F A Scbaefer & Co, 7,384 do;
C Brewer & Co, 5,0 6 do. Domestic value, $144,
For San Francisco, per bktne Planter, April
13th H Hackfeld & Co, 11,381 bags sugar; Ed
lloffscblaeger & Co, 3D1 do; C Bolte. 55o do; M
Grinbaum & Co, 903 do and 2,000 bags rice; A J
Campbell, 600 bunches bananas. Domestic
For San Francisco, per bktne Planter, April
13th TS Southwick and wife, F E Baker, F J
McCarthy and C H Carter.
For San Francisco, per bk Saranac, April 14th
The sailing of the biijjAllie Ro we for Hong
kong has been postponed till the early part of
The French bark Julie hai been berthed at
Wilder's wharf to unload coal.
The schooner Caterina took a load of coal to
Hanalei, Kauai, April 13th.
The steamer Iwalani will leave this morning
for Lahalua and various Hamakua ports.
The steamer Waimanalo brought 150 bags taro,
15 passengers, 6 pis, 6 cases fowls, 30 bides and
various sundry merchandise. She leaves aain
at 9 o'clock this morning for Waianae and Waia
lua. The schooner Rob-Roy brought 600 bags rice
from Koolau, Oahu, April 13th.
The schooner Liholiho arrived from Lahaina,
Maui, April 13th, with 1,178 bags sugar.
The barkentine Jane A. Falkenberg is still
discharging lumber at Messrs. Allen & Robin
son's wharf. Carpenters are at work caulking
The Hawaiian schooner Ehukai, belonging-to
the Pacific Navigation Company, will leave to
day or to-morrow with stores and provisions
for the company's station at Jaluit. Marshall
Group. The Ehukai will be engaged trading
among the islands. Captain Macey will com
The schooner Kauikeaouli arrived April 13th
from Kohala, Hawaii, with 810 bags suar. Re
ports lots of rain and very.rough weather at
Kobala. She leaves again to day with stores and
provisions fer the Kohala Sugar Mill.
The stern-wheel steamer Ewa arrived April
13th from Ewa, Oahu, with 350 bunches bananas,
which were put on board the barkentine
The schooner Mary arrived from Kukai
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 348. P. O. Box 415
If you want any laces or embroideries
call at Sachs' store, the assortment shown
there is superb.
Nupreme Court April Term.
BEFORE M'CULLY, J.
Wednesday, April 13th.
The King vs. Ah Chui, Akiona and
Tong Hoy, assault and battery. Appeal
from Police Court, Honolulu, where the
defendants were found guilty and sen
tenced to three months' imprisonment.
Tried before a foreign jury, who return
a verdict of guilty against Ah Chui and
Akiona, and not guilty against Tong
Hoy. The two prisoners will be sen
tenced at 10 o'clock this morning.
Messrs. Dare and Hatch, who appeared
for them, noted exceptions to the ver
Vckerman vs. Congdon, assumpsit.
Argument on a demurrer. S. B. Dole
for plaintiff, Ashford & Ashford for de
AT CHAMBERS BEFORE JUDD, C. J.
In re bankruptcy of J. H. Bruns, Jr
Petition of bankrupt for discharge. The
Court granted the petition. C. W. Ash
ford for petitioner.
In re bankruptcy of Luiz Rodrigo, pe
tition of bankrupt for discharge. The
Court granted the petition. L. A. Thurs
ton for petitioner.
BEFORE PRESTON, J.
In re bankruptcy of Jacob Lyons
Claim of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F. and
A. M., amounting to $560 67, for rent
of store and warehouse, 'corner Fort and
Queen streets, from October 1st to De
cember 1st, 1886. The Court rendered
an oral decision that a discharge in
bankruptcy does not release a lessee
from his covenants; that Lyons and
Levey jointly covenanted to pay the
rent due January 1, 1887, they are yet
liable. The Court also ruled that the
estate of Lyons is not liable to pay the
claim at all, and so orders. J. M. Mon
sarrat for.the petitioners, W. C.Parke,
assignee, in person.
The Black Maria is finished. Wh will
be the first to take a ride in it?
Mr. Lewis J. Levey will hold his regular
cash sale at 10 o'clock this morning.
There was a trotting race on King street
yesterday afternoon about 5 o'clock.
Major J. D. Holt will act as Quarter
master General during the absence of Sam
he foreign jury will be required to at
tend in the Supreme Court at 10 o'clock
His Excellency Antone Rosa will act as
Governor of Oahu during the absence of
Hon. C. I. Iaukea.
The total amount of liabilities filed in the
bankrupt estate of Anin is $19,009 55. The
assets are $9,004 41.
Mr. N. S. Sachs has a change of adver
tisement in this issue which our readers
would do well to peruse.
A meeting of the St. Andrews' Church
Association will be held this evening at
7:30 o'clock in the Sunday-school room.
Manuel Brito, the Portuguese who was
recently released from Oahu Jail on a writ
of habeas corpus, leaves for San Francisco
So there is to be a cricket match on Sat
urday between a team from H. B. M. S.
Caroline and a picked city team. Glad to
Attention is called to a "By Authority"
notice in another column, in which His
Excellency Antone Rosa -is gazetted to a
number of offices.
Hon. Chas. R. Bishop has been elected
Vice Presideifof the Pacific Sugar Mill
Company, and Mr. Julius Hoting Vice
Proident of the llonokaa Sugar Com
pany. The bark Saranac, which sails this morn
ing for San Francisco, will carry 1,793 tons
of domestic produce, which is the largest
cargo ever carried out of this port by a
sailing vessel. j
A native named Haawinaaupo received a
rather severe wound on the left side of the
neck from a water pitcher, thrown at him
by his wife in a frenzy of jealousy. The
wounded man was attended by Dr. Brodie,
who sewed up the wounds.
An old native woman named Kauihou
died suddenly at her residence. Fort street,
on Tuesday. She was found dead in the
bathtub. No inquest has been held. The
deceased was mother of Mr. John M.
Kaneakua, and widow of Captain Mahiai,
late of the Honolulu Police.
BEFORE POLICE JUSTICE DAYTON.
Wednesday, April 13th.
Iaea was charged with assault and
battery on his wife Keoki. He pleaded
not guilty. On Monday the defendant
took his wife by the throat and threw
her down. He also assaulted her with
an ax ; in fact, he acted in a very brutal
manner. The Court found him guilty,
and fined him $10, with $3 30 costs, and
befofe he is discharged from custody he
has to file a bond with one surety in the
sum of $50 that he will not commit an
assault upon his wife for the space of
Ah Nee, for vagrancy, was remanded
to the 14th.
W. C. Parke, assignee of the bank
rupt estate of Jacob Lyons, vs. Chas.
Clark, assumpsit for $8 39. Judgment
for plaintiff, with $4 53 costs.
M. Rosenthal vs. C. T. Akana, as
sumpsit for $199 75. Judgment for
plaintiff for the amount claimed, with
$15 95 costs.
Antone Fernandez vs. Paiaina, claim
to settle pound fees under sections 244
and 255, Civil Code. The suit was event
ually withdrawn by plaintiff. Costs,
$2 60. "
John Alapai vs. M. Rosehill, assump
sit for $10. Judgment for plaintiff for
$5, with $5 55 costs.
H. Cannon vs. Ah Lai, claim for dam
ages, $74. Suit discontinued by plaint
J. Emmeluth & Co. vs. E. Ryan, as
sumpsit for $21 25. Settled. Costs, $3.
George and Anna Holt, bv their
guardian A. J. Cartwright, vs. C. Mon
ting and Lee Quai, writ for possession.
Settled out of Court. Costs, $3.
An Gee vs. C. B. Reynolds, replevin.
Dentil of William Dildine,
Mr. William Dildine who met with a
very serious accident at the Pantheon
stables by falling through a hole from
the hay loft, on Wednesday, March 9th,
died last evening at tli Queen's Hospital
at eight minutes past seven o'clock.
The same evening the accident happened
the doctors gave very little hope of his
recovery. During all the time he has
been at the hospital he was quite cheer
ful and hopeful of recovery. Even on
Tuesday evening last, while in conver
sation with Mr. L. C. Abies, he told the
latter he was going to get well. The de
ceased was conscious up to 3 o'clock yes
terday afternoon, and he passed away
peacefully at the time stated.
Dildine was very popular in this city,
and much regret is expressed at his.
death. He was a native of Alameda
county, California, and his parents re
side at East Portland, Oregon. His
death'will be a sad blow to them as he
was an only son. At the time of his
death he was 24 years of age. The
funeral takes place this afternoon at half
past 3 o'clock from the Queen's Hospital.
Friends and acquaintance are invited to
IIouolulu linnnac anl Directory.
The Honolulu Almanac and Directory
for 1887 is now for sale at J. II. Soper's
and A. M. Hewett's news depots and at
this office. Price 50 cents. It contains
complete statistical and general infor
mation relating to these Islands.
.Sociable at Fort-street Church.
This evening at 7:30 o'clock a social
will be held in the vestry of Fort-street
Church.. A literary and musical pro
gramme is promised, in which Miss Ma
lone, Mrs. L. A. Thutston, Miss H.
Dickson and others will take part.
Where Is the Difference?
Uncle Sam Got a new idea, have you'"
Naval Constructor Yes, siree. I can
make you a war vessel now that will meet
every requirement. It's modeled after a
Uncle Sam Can it fly?
Naval Constructor Well, do; but it vrPA
sail like a duck.
Uncle Sam Suppose a Canadian cruiser
sees it and shoots?
Naval Constructor It iH dive, just like
Uncle Sam Dive out of sigt?
Naval Constructor Clear to the bottom.
Uncle Sam Well, I dunno. Sounds
mightily like those we have now. Omaha
Anecdotes of Fox.
When the great Fox, in 1784, ran for
parliament at Westminster, he asked a cer
tain bluff tradesman to give him his support.
"Sir," said the tradesman, "I admire your
abilities, but d your principles!"
"Sir," said Fox, urbanely, "I admire your
sincerity, but d your manners!"
On another day Fox approached a saddler
in the Haymarket with the same request.
He produced a halter, with which he said
he was ready to oblige him.
"I return you thanks, my friend, but I
should be sorry to deprive you of it, as I
presume it must be a family piece!" oc.
, A Distinction by llirtli.
"One of my schoolmates," said an old
man, "was a rich man's son. I was a poor
boy. He had more pocket money in a week
than I ever handled in my- life. He is now
a conductor of a street car."
"I'm tb (Lrirer o tho car. Harper's
SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY.
A Bismarck (D. T.) man has in
vented a freight-car time-lock" which
can only be unlocked at the station for
which the car is intended.
A hot mixture of one-third paraf
fine and two-thirds gutta percha, forced
into the pores of wood, is winning favor
as a means of preventing decay.
A saturated solution of camphor
(alcoho. and gum camphor), used for
drilling hard steel, apparently "bites"
its way through, a marvelous result.
A California woman owns and runs
the factory which makes nine-tenths of
the orange-boxes for the Pacific coast.
She invented the box while trying to
make a cradle for her baby.
A Belgian textile manufacturer has
devised a process for tanning textile
fabrics which renders them waterproof
and proof against decay, without in
creasing their weight.
The increase in the textile produc
tion of the United Kingdom during the
past seven years is estimated at four
per cent. Cotton factories show but
little progress. Woolen and Worsted
factories show the most improvement.
Some idea of the wonderful progress
now being made in microscopical sci
ence may be formed by the fact, as sta
ted by the President of the British As
sociation lateh', that results are now
attained in this line which mathemati
cians five years ago declared to be im
possible. For some months past there has
been in use on the street railways ol
Melbourne, Australi locomotive
worked by means of gas. Four copper
cylinders are employed to hold the gas
which is compressed to 150 pounds a
square inch. These reservoirs contain
sufficient gas for a run of about fifteen
miles. The locomotive weighs about
one and a half tons.
The Northwestern Lumberman
prints statistics as to the lumber trade
of the Northwest for 1886, with com
parisons with the product of former
years. The grand total of the white
pine lumber product of the Northwest
for 1886 was 7,425,368,000 feet. This is
370,000,000 feet in excess of the preced
iug year, and is only slightly short of
the total cut for .the years 1882, 1883
One of the smallest oscillating
engines in the country was made not
long ago by a citizen of Baltimore, Md
It is about half as large as a collar-
button, and is hidden completely be
a t. .1 M 11 t it .
imam a cnuu s tnimuie. its bore is
one-sixteenth of an inch, and its stroke
one-eighth. The wheel, shaft and
crank weigh eight grains, the cylinder
five, and t'i3 stand and pillar twelve
grains, rn iking the whole weight one
pennj-weight one grain. Run by com
pressed air, it makes three thousand
revolutions a minute. .
The fact has been satisfactorilv
established by various scientific re
searches, that many substances absorfc
luminous rays during the day, and at
night emit these rays in such a manner
as to impress photographic plates, al
though they may not be perceptible to
the unaided eye. Artists have not
only succeeded in photographing the
visible night phosphorescence of Mont
Blanc's summit, but have even secured
an impression of a midnight landscape
invisible to the eye on the terrace
of the observatory at Prague.
ft. G. Irwin & Co
OFFER F0H SALE
And 30-pound Boxes.
In Half Barreis
And 25-pound Boxes
In 30-pound Boxes.
oolden c coffee
Id Hal Barrels
The fear that he would turn into a
iTog when he died, and be owned by a
bad man, drove one Reynolds, of Vir
ginia, to suicide.
New cook (to mistress of the house)
Shure mum, it's three avenins in the
wake I musht have till meself. Mis-
trf.-5 fin ilioivrv Tlirpf nvfnln(raf
Why, Bridget, the Irish lady with whom
we boarded last only took two.
Hungry guest 'IIow is this?
ordered a steak and a poached egg. J
see the egg, but where is the steak?"
Table attendant "Dat's all right, sah.
De steak am under de egg." Chicago
A manufacturer out West informs
us, and wishes us to inform the Ameri
can public, that his patent buzz-saw has
just captured the finger of scorn, and
that it will never again be pointed at
auv one. Pack. x
When a sealskin sacque costs $500,
and a diamond solitaire ring half as
much more, what does a ton of coal
come to? The answer ought to be
"ashes," but we find by a close calcula
tion that it is really "clinkers and
slate." Lowell Courier.
Tom "What is Dick doing now?"
Harrv "He does the humorous work on
the II Star." Tom "Indeed? There's
no doubt but he does it well." Harry
"Well? He's the best bower on that
paper." Tom "How is that?" Harry
"Why, because he's the joker."
Cramped for time.
"Oh ! George, I've just read" and her sobs they
"The sun's heat can not
"My crazy quilt, George" her
"Oh! the sun will give out before
. Woman (to tramp) kin give yi
some cold buckwheat cakes an' a piece
o' mince pie." Tramp (frightened)
"Wha-what's that?" Woman "Cold
buckwheat cakes an' mince pie."
Tramp (heroically) "Throw in a small
bottle of pepsin, madam, and I'll take
the chances." Medical and Surgical
We do not believe that a hen
scratches for a living. She scratches
for exercise. If you don't believe it,
watch a well-fed hen in her humble
cage at the market, She will scratch
on the sheet-iron floor with all the vigor
of a gold digger, and affect to find things
to eat with all the innocent assumption
of a man who slips on the ice, breaks
both legs and his back, and trie3 to
look as though he hadn't fallen down
At the Ball: lie Really, Mis3 Airy, you
must pardon me. I'm so sorry not to be
able to amuse you, but positively no silly
thing will come into my head." Fliegende
They Pull Well in Harness.
Henry Ward Beecher say3 money is not
necessary to happiness. Of course not.
Neither is lemon juice necessary to a raw
oyster, but it adds mightily to its succulence.
last but ten million
tears fell un-
Cases Corned Beef.
Cs Medium Dread.
Lime and Cement.
Galvanized Iron Roofing,
6, 6, 7, 8, if, 10-foot lengths.
Sizes 22x36, 20x34, 20x32.
Manila and Sisal, Panana Twine, Whale Line.
25 "A TENTS, (suitable for camp
Ingand surveying parties.)
STEAM BOOK AND JOB
Is prepared to do all kinds o
Commercial & Lega! Work
Having just Beceived 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 2'asty Workmen, we are
prepared to turn out
Bills of luliMir
tf ilk' Tickets.
Blot t Injr Jh!
And in fact everything which a first-class
office can do.
:te have a large quantity of old
newspapers on band, which rill Le sold
for 2a cents a hundred. They are nseful for
wrapping parcels, laying tinder carpets, etc.
P. C. ADVERTISER.
G. D. FKEETH.
W, C. PEACOCK.
FKEETH & PEACOCK,
S3 Nuuanu street
- Honolulu K. I.
Sole Agents in the Hawaiian Islands for
J. J. MELCHER'S "ELEPHANT" GIN,
J. J. PELLISSON'S pure, uncolored, unsweetened OLD BRANDIES,
COATES & CO.'S "PLYMOUTH" GIN,
HY..W. SMITH & 'JCO.'S " THISTLE DEW " WHISKEY
THE FREDERICKSBURG- BREWING CO.
Of San Jtse, Cal.
THE JOS. SCHLITZ BREWING CO.
MESSRS. B. DEE YE US & CO.'S
CALIFORNIA "W I3ST E S
We offer for Bale at the lowest market rates, a full stock of the most favorite
Ales, Wines, Spirits, Liqueurs, Etc., Etc.
Telepboues Ko. 46.
I. O. Box SO.
H. E. Mclntyre & 33ro
IMPORTERS AND DKALKRS IN
Griocexnes Provisions and Feed
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Moods received by every packet from the Eastern States and Europe, fresh California
Produce by every steamer. All orders fxtthfully attended to, and Goods delivt red to any part of th
city free of charge. Island orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Posiofllce Box No 145 .
Telephone No. 2. 60 apl7 '
NEW (iOODS ! NEW GOODS!
B. E. EHLEES & CO
99 Eort Street,
Have just orened a new consignment of
N"EW and SEASONABLE GOO a -
pX"Inspection Invited. mX3
DAYIS & WILDER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Grocers and Provision Dealers,
52 Eort Street, Honolulu.
OFFER FOR SALE:
SALMON-(Columbia River) in bbls., 4 bbltj. and cafes; 15, 25 and;50 lb. kegs.
BEEF (ex-Family) in 100 lb. bbla. and 25 and 50 lb. kegs.
MACKEREL in 15 lb. kits. ,
HERRINGS in 15 lb. kit, HERRINGS (Holland) in ke,'s.
MIXED PICKLES, GERMAN PICKLES, SAUEli KRAUT, "WOr.CESTERSIIIRE
SAUCE in 5 -gallon kegs.
SUGAR Dry Granulated bbls., Vi bbls., and 30Jlb.boxe8.
Cube H bbla. aDd 25 lb. boxes.
" Powdered iu 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 casee, 3. 5 and 10 lb. tins.
CASES L., McN. & L., 1 and 2 lb. Corned Reef.
-.. i a 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, Jams and Jellies, I'op,
Huckin's Soups, Catsup, Eagle and Vanilla Chocolate, etc., etc.
HAMS Buffalo, Whittaker, Dupee, 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 CrosM j A BlacLwell'sMeatH, Sonpa, ,
Jams and Jellies, French Peas and Mushi corns, Salad Oils, Spices and Condiments,
Chutney Sauces, Candies, etc., etc.
BUTTEK-IPlentv for Everybody.'
Woodlawn Dairy in 1 lb. bricks price reduced to CO cts. per Received freh from th dairy
daily. Other Inland Dairirn, 50 eta. per lb. California Freeh Boll Butter on left.
50 lb. kegs Choice Gilt Edge. Whitney's Boll Butter in Una. , 1
BEANS, ONIONS AND POTATO!
(New Zealand Potatoes by every steamer from the Colonies.)
QOur celebrated Family Flour "Fresno" brand, also Golden Gate.
Barley, Oats,- Bran, Wheat arid Corn,
All of which we offer at rery low prices.
P. O. Box S05. f)3tf Itotli Telephone!. Y. S'U,
F'Qilmporter ani Hannfactnrer Jj
i Of all Description of
BOOTS & SHOES
ry Order's from the oUur f alands solicited. i
A. M. HEWE'
No. 114 tort KU, Honolulu.
CAROL AN & CO.
Iron, Steel, Pipe, Mill and Mining Supplies.
Ill to US California St., SaaFraneiico.
Stationer ; Newsiter
IVTer cliant S tre e t?
HONOLULU, II. I. "
Bell Telephone 302. Mntual TeUpnone 3Ti.
Bell Telephone 1?2. 1. O. Box 337.
J. E. BROWN & CO.
CAMPBELL BLOCK. Merchant St.
Ileal KMtate.KtoeW and Money Broken,
General BnslneM AeeuU.
Legal documents carefully prepared. Proper
ties leased. Bents collected. Books kept and
written up. Accounts audited and ov jutted.
COLLECTING specialty. -
EM PLOYMENT. Senra n ts provided promptly
without charge to employer, itf fcbstl