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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JUKE 29, 1887.
Honolulu Tax Aosor' Notice.
From and after July I, J8?7, the undersigned.
Tax Assessor for the district of Honolulu, island
of Oahu, will be in his office in the new build
ing called Kapuaiwa, in the rear of Aliiolani
Hale, on Monday, Thursday and Saturday of each
week, during the month of July, between the
hours of 8 a. id. and 12 noon, for the purpose of
receiving the returns of all persons liable to
taxation in this district.
ALL PERSONS LIABLE TO TAXATION are
respectfully requested to make their returns as
full, explicit and complete as possible, giving
nuiubei of street and area of land; st iting front
age and depth on street, character of structure
thereon, cost of ame, to whom rented or leased,
and length ef lease; property sold during the
year, to whom and for what sum. State if there
is any mortgage ou the property; give date of
mortgage, name of mortgagee, and for what
amount mortgaged. State property on hand in
your possession belonging to others; merchan
dise on hand or consignment July 1, 1887; cash
iu bank or agents hands same date, etc., etc.
ALL RETURNS MUST BE MADE TO THE UN
DERSIGNED NOT LATER THAN JULY 31, 1887,
OR NO APPEALS CAN BY LAT BE GRANTED
SPECIAL ATTENTION is herewith drawn by
tbe undersigned to the fact that no return is
valid in law unless sworn to before the Assessor,
Notary Public, or some other person authorized
to administer oaths.
Blank forms on which to make returns can be
had daily during the month of July on applica
tion at the office of the undersigned.
FRED. II. HAYSELDEN, '
Assessor of Taxes for the District of Honolulu
Island of Oahu.
Honolulu, June 28, 1887.
729 d angl wjy25
The supply of water from the Nunanu and Ma-
tiki reservoirs will be shut off from the city on
Wednesday, the 20th inst., during the hours
from 8 a. m. to 1 p. m.
Shipping requiring water for Wednesday are
notified to take in their supply ou Tuesday.
' CnAS. B. WILSON,
Superintendent of Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, H. I., June 27, 18 r.
All persons holding water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notified that the
water rates for the term ending December 31,
1887. will be due and payable at the office of the
Honolulu Water Works on the 1st July. 1887.
All such rates remaining unpaid for fifteen
days after they are due will be suhject to an
additional ten per cent.
Parties paying rates will please present their
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Superintendent of Honolulu Water Works.
Approved: L. AlIOLO,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu. June b. 1867. 700dje20-30wjt27
1'OltT OF II!)MtIii:iiU. II. J.
A Kit I VAI.M.
Titesiay, June 28.
Haw steamship Australia, H C Houdlett, from
Stinr Lehua. from Fain?,
Am bgtne John -J. "opreckels, Fris, llL.j days
from San F. Z"
JiViJVr . ;a, Meyers, 11 K, days from San
Schr Mana, from Kuau
Schr Caterina, from Hanalei
Tuesday, June 23.
Stmr Kinau, Lorenzen. for Maui and Hawaii, at
Stmr Likellke, Davies, for KahuluT and way
ports, at 5 p m
Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, for Molokal, at 5
Stmr Mikahala, Freeman, for Nawiliwili, Wai
xnea, Koloa, etc, Kauai, at 5 p m
Stmr C R Bishop, for a circuit of Oahu, at 8 a m
Schr Mary E Foster, for Lahaina
Schr Kawailani, for Koolau, Oahu
Schr Waioli, for Kuau
Schr Waiehu, for Waianae and Waialua
Schr Mary, for Kauai
Schr Mile Morris, for Koolau
Vessel !," viiiur T'o-ilwy.
sftmr Lehua, Clarke, for Hamakua, Hawaii, at
6 p m
Am bk Saranac, D B Shaw, for San Francisco
Bol bk Don Carlos, Jacobsoi. for Royal Roads
Schr Wailele. for Kuau
Schr Kaulilua. for Kauai
SohrLeahi, for Hanalei. Kauai
Schr Caterina, for Hanalei
Schr Luka, for Kauai
chanaise. Reports pleasant weather the entire
trip. Time, 11 days and 16 hours.
The schooner Canute brought 3,250 bags sugar
from Kuau, Maui, June 2sth. The sugar was
placed on board the bark Caibarien.
The new American barkentine S. G. Wilder,
Captain A. H. Paul, arrived at Sao Francisco
June 20th, 52 days from Port Blakely, which is
the best time on record. The S. G. Wilder, after
discharging her 700,000 feet lumber and 100,003
shingles, will commence loading for Honolulu.
The following vessels were in port at Hong
kong loading for Honolulu May 13th: Ship Mer
cury, bark Lilian, bark Velocity, aud Hydra.
Captain Wm. Matson's .new brigantine, the
Lurline, sailed from San Fraucisoo June 17th for
Hilo, Hawaii, and may arrive at her destination
The brigantine Clans Spreckels will be put on
the coastin trade.
The bark Ferris 8. Thompson, Captain Charles
Potter, experienced a very severe gale, which
lasted 48 hours, on her last up trip, and lost
lower fere and maintopsails, fore topmast stay
sail, filled the cabin with water, and did other
The steamer Lehua arrived yesterday from
Hamakua, Hawaii, with 2,500 bags sugar.
The following were the arrivals at San Francis
co from this Kingdom; June 12th. barkentine
S. N. Castle, 13 days from Honolulu; June 17th,
brigantine Claus Spreckels, 21 days from Hono
lulu; June 19tb, bark Ceylon, 25 days from Ho
nolulu; June 20th, bark Ferris S. Thompson, 27
days from Kabului. Following were the departures-.
June 16th, schooner Anna, for Kahului;
June 17tb, brigantine Lurline, .for Hilo; June
19th, bark Colusa, for Honolulu,
The American bark Saranac, Captain D. B.
Shaw, sails to-day for San Francisco with a full
cargo of sugar and rice.
The steamers Kinau, Mikahala, Likelike and
Mokolii sailed yesterday at 5 p. iu.
The steamship Australia arrived from San
Francises June 28th with a miscellaneous cargo.
The American brigantine John D. Spreckels,
Captain Chas. S. Friis, was berthed near the
Oceanic Company's wharf early June 28th, 11
days and 10 hours from San Francisco, with an
unusually large cargo, the cabin being also
partly filled with merchandise. Messrs. Mc-
Chesney & Co. received 200 pigs in good order by
ber. Sailed from San Francisco June 16th. Ex
perienced strong N.W. trades the first five days,
and made nearly 1,400 miles. Thence very light
variable winds to port.
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTES.
Popular goods, popular styles, popular
prices, at the Popular Millinery House.
N. S. Sachs, Proprietor.
The most wonderful values in ladies' and
misses' trimmed and untrimmed hats ever
offered in Honolulu are at Fish el's leading
Ladies, don't fail to see the novelty dress
materials at Sach's store something en
Come to-morrow and bring your friends
to see the mammoth bargains in ladies'
hats, from 50o up, at Chas. J. Fisbel's lead
ing Millinery House.
Best value in millinery and straw goods
can be obtained at Sach's, 104 Fort street.
Clias. T. CJulIeK, notary Piiblle.
Vessels in Port rrotn Foreign Ports.
Haw bark Kalakaua, C H Henderson, from Val
paraiso Bol bk Guillenno, Suiidmaun, froiu Port
Townsend, W T
Am bk C O Whitmore, T Thompson, from De
Am missionary steam bktne Morning Star, G
F Garland, from the South Sea Islands
i3ark Don Carlos, Jacobsou, from Departure
Am bark Saranac, Shaw, from San Francisco
USS Adams, Louis Kemptf, from Acapuleo,
via Hilo, Hawaii
Am bark Caibarien, ( A Perkins, from San
Brit barkCerastes.Capt JBrumnnd, from Liver
pool Haw bk Lady Lainpson, W H Marston, from
Am tern Eva, J O Wikmau, from Humboldt
Am brgtne John D Spreckels, Friis, from San
Haw steamship Australia, II C Houdlette. from
Am bktne Eureka, Meyers, from San Frau-eisco
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
CHO ON A CO,
4' Xnnanu Street.
Just received, ex barkentine .11. N.
Bangs, large quantities of Silks, Em
broidered Silk Handkerchiefs with ini
tials ; an assortment of Scarfs and
Shawls, Gra3.- Cloth, and Grass Cloth
Also, a great variety of Japanese Tea
Sets, Vases, Bronze Sleeve Buttons,
Lacquered Ware, etc.
Satin, Crape, Ivory, Sandalwood and
Tortoiseshell Card Case, Paper Cutter,
Fans and Jewelry Cases, Matting, etc.
Gold and Silver Jewelry, setting with
tiger claws, cateyes and amber.
Arrival of the Royal Party in Ens
laud Enthusiastic Reception.
From Liverpool Exchanges, June 3d.l
Yesterday great interest was manifested
by the people of Liverpool on the arrival
of Her Majesty Kapiolani, Queen of Ha
waii, who has left her distant island in
the Pacific to do honor to the Jubilee of
Queen Victoria. Like the historic sovereign
of Sheba, she has come to see with her
own eyes the glory of a reigning Sovereign,
and especially to take part in the festivi
ties which are to be held in celebration of
an event throughout the Kingdom and
an Empire such as Solomon never ruled
over. Queen Kapiolani. after a pleasant
run 10 an irancisco, wnicn is only a
few days' journey distant from her
island home, arrived in due course in
New York, and embarked there on
Wednesday week in the City of Rome, of
the Anchor line. The trip across the At
lantic in a superbly equipped vessel, com
manded by Captain Munroe, was of the
most agreeable description, and during
the voyage the members of the suite es
pecially proved themselves pleasant com
panions, and left the ship at the bar yos-
AMID THK KEG RET
Of many of the passengers. Queen Kapi
olani was accompanied in her journey
westwards by the Princess Liliuokalani,
Curtis P. laukea, Governor of Honolulu,
King's Chamberlain, Private Secretary,
and Adjutant General; Colonel James li.
Boyd, on the staff of His Majesty the
King of Honolulu, now travelling in at
tendance on the Queen; General J. O.
Dominis, Commander-in-Chief of the Ha
waiian Forces, and husband of the Prin
cess -Liliuokalani: and a retinue or ser
vants, among whom were Charley Kaiaiki,
chief butler; Joe Paiku, in attendance on
the King's Chamberlain; J. W. Maguire
(an In?h Hawaiian), attending Colonel
Boyd; and Miss Hoakama, a native lady-
in-waiting on .the Queen. The vessel was
timed to reach Liverpool early yesterday
morning, but, owing to tne prevalence 01
fogs, she did not reach Queenstown till
midnight on Wednesday, wl.re she dis
embarked about 150 passengers, and after
wards proceeded for Liverpool. In view of
the visit considerable preparations were
made in this city to render the occasion
, A JOYOUS ONE
For many reasons, chief among which
were the special object Queen Kapiolani
had in view in visiting these northern
latitudes and the well known sympathy of
herself and the King of Hawaii with
modern civilization in various forms.
Special instructions were sent from the
Government that every attention and
honor should be paid to the Queen on her
arrival, and accordingly a guard of honor
of the Lancanshire Fusiliers, now sta
tioned at Manchester, arrived at the Land
ing-stage under the command of Colonel
Gore, and were detained there waiting all
day, it being supposed that the City of
Rome would be able to cross the bar with
the morning tide. It had also been ar
ranged that a Royal salute should be fired
from the Seaforth batteries.and a posse of
police, mounted and on foot, were in the
vicinity of the stage, in charge of the Head
Constable, Capt. Nott Bower, to preserve
order and to do honor to Her Majesty.
Orders were also sent from London that as
little inconvenience as possible should be
caused to the Royal party by the Customs
authorities, and the Liverpool Dock Board
likewise resolved to offer a special mark of
respect to the Royal visitor. Accordingly,
about noon the tender Vigilant, belonging
to the Dock Board, with an awning
stretched over the after deck, left the land
ing stage, and proceeded to meet the City
ON BOARD THE VIGILANT
Were Capt. Sweeney, marine surveyor of
the Dock Board; Mr. G. H. Scrivener, In
spector General of Customs; Mr. Sidney
B. F. Hoffnung, Charge d' Affaires for Ha-
the distinctive features of her race. After
the ceremonial introductions had been
brought to an end, the Royal party
prepared to leave the City of Rome,
from which the Royal standard of Hawaii
was meanwhile transferred to the Vigilant.
As the Queen and Princess descended the
gangway, carefully conveyed by Governor
laukea and Colonel Bcyd, a roystering
cheer was sent up from the City of Rome,
and the passengers enthusiastically ap
plauded their departing compagnons de
voyage. The Vigilant steamed off amid a
scene of enthusiasm not soon to be forgot
ten by those on board the ships.
THE QUEEN AND PRINCESS
Were seated on deck chairs facing the City
of Rome, and as the vessels parted there
was a plentiful waving of hats and hand
kerchiefs, and many a pleasant wish for
the Queen's journey expressed, and these
were answered back with great alacrity
and heartiness by the suite who waved
their cocked hats and cambrics to the
crowd clustering along the sides of the City
of Rome, long after th'ey had got out o
speaking distance. The voyage up the
river was uneventful. Queen Kapiolani,
in the teeth of a strong breeze, persisted in
sitting ondeck, and seemed to enjoy the
vista immensely, her interest increasing as
she neared the Liverpool docks and caught
a first glimpse of our island home.
On the landing stage a large crowd had
assembled, patiently waiting tor hours the
arrival of the tender, which came to her
berth opjosite No. 4 bridge exactly at five
o'clock, a considerable while after she had
THE GUARD OF HONOR
Was drawn up in position, and as the
Queen and Princess stepped on to the
gangway the band of the regiment struck
up "God Save the Queen," and the assem
bled crowd cheered lustily. The Mayor of
Liverpool fdr. James Poole), close to
whom was Mr. Hornby, Chairman of the
Dock Board, was standing at the end of
the gangway, and he immediately stepped
forward and shook hands with Her Majes
ty, bowing his dutiful obeisance at the
same time. He likewise extended a warm
welcome to the Princess and the members
of the suite. Boiiqu3ts were likewise pre
sented to the Queen and Princess by Mrs.
Janion of Liverpool, Mrs. Janion, Wool
ton, and Mrs. Armstrong, wife of the Ha
waiian Consul General. The Mayor then
escorted the Queen to the carriage in wait
ing, and the party drove off to the London
and Northwestern Hotel amid many dem
onstrations of popular respect. The fol
lowing was the order ot
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! JOHN PHILLIPS,
Practical Plumber, Gaslitter
71 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
IIOL'SE AND SHIP
JOB WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Bath Tubs, Water Closets, Wash Bowls, Plumb
ing Goods of all kinds always on hand.
TAKO FLOUR FACTORY,
I Los s$f
Vh4(In xperteu rroin foreign lrJ.
Haw schr General Siegel, Sanders, from
French Frigate Shoals, due Nov J0-o4
Am hark St Lucia, sailed from New York March
26. due September 5-30
Am bk James S Stone, Barstow, sailed from
Boston March 12. due July ;"0-31
Ger bark Gyda, from Newcastle, N S W, due
Ger bk Peter Goddefroy, , sailed from
Liverpool May-3rd, due Sept J-2-j.
Haw tern Ke Au Uou, Brownell, from French
Frigate Shoals, due July 10-31.
Am schr Rosario, Roieitaon, from San Fran
cisco, due at Kahului Ju ue 20-30
Have brig Hazard, W G Goodman, from San
Fraucisco, due at Hilo, Hawaii, June 20-30
Brit rark Birmah, from Glasgow, due October
R M S S Mariposa, H M Hay ward, from the
Colonies, en route io San Francisco, due July 1
Supposed to be lost.
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau, June
28-Miss Adele WidTeW'and brother, Miss Ida
Campbell, Miss C iE Vida, Mfss Blanche Corn
Wfc'l. Major AV H Cornwell, Levi C Lyman. Henry
C vi,ia u Rycroft, G P Kamanoba, Major Weeks,
J Brodie, D H Hitchcock, E G Hitchcock, D U
Hitchcock, Jr., Right Rev Lord Bifhop of Hono
lulu. Mrs Alfred Willis, J Cushingham, Y Alan,
Renton, Miss Hoopii Palau, K A Keen, Dr C
Kittredjie, and about 1P0 deck passengers.
For Maui, per stmt Likelike, June 28 Prof W
Alexander and son. Miss Mary Lyle, Misses
Anna and Hattie Forbes, W Lyle, Miss D Lyle,
and about 80 deck passengers.
rF,orT Kauai, per stmr Mikabala, June 28 Miss
L Rogers, A S Wilcox, C Bertlemau, Mrs
nopke, Rev J Mahoe, A Spencer, Miss Spencer, A
v-ropp and wife, A Hanneberg, Misses Maunaolu.
and about fio deck passengers.
The San Francisco refineries, says Di
raond's circular of June 21st, advanced
prices y& cent per pound on May 2Gthbut
shortly after reduced them gc per peund,
making prices of refined June 1st fhe same
as quoted in our last circular, viz. : Cube
6c, granulated 5c, extra G 5Kc, and
golden C 5c. Since then the California Re
finery have made two changes, the first a
reduction of c per pound on all grades of
refined, and afterwards an advance of Jc
per pound. The American Eefinery has
made no change since the 1st.
Latest telegraphic advices from New
York, dated 20th inst., quote Cuba cen
trifugals, 9G test, at 5 3-16c. Market very
firm. Receipts light.
London advices, same date, quote beets.
88 test, at 12s 3d, very strong.
European and foreign markets, strong
and advancing. The Cuba basis for Sand
wich Island sugars under contract has not
changed since our last circular, and is
5 3-16c for 96 test.
The American barkntlne Eureka, Captaia H.
yers' 'a docked at the Old Custom House
1 ,u 28th, with a cargo of general wer-
Concert at the Hotel.
The following musical programme will
be given by the Royal Hawaiian Military
Band this evening at 7 :30 o'clock at
the Hawaiian Hotel;
March "Welcome" Berger
Overture "Hungarian" Bela
Polka "Cavalier ' Fahrbach
Selection "Maritana" Wallace
Medley "Reverie" Beyer
Waltz "Fairies" Thorn
Ballad "Good Night" ,Abt
"Aloha Oe! Aloha Oe!"
. "Hawaii Ponoi'
waii at London; Mr. H. R. Armstrong,
Hawaiian Consul General at London; Mr.
Harold Janion, Hawaiian Consul, Liver
pool; Theophilus H. Davies, British Vice
Consul at Honolulu; Bishop Stayley, now
of Litchfield, but formerly holding Epis
copal jurisdiction in the Island of Hawaii,
and Col. Geo. W. Maofarlane, aide-de-camp
to His Majesty the King of Hawaii, now
in this country in the discharge of im
portant business. These gentlemen were
attired in full court costume, with cocked
hats and swords, and presented a very pic
turesque and attractive appearance. The
Vigilant steamed about a mile beyond the
Bar Lightship, and there hove to for a
while, when the City of Rome was sighted
coming up the channel under full steanii
The tender fell behind her, and then came
alongside, when a gangway, decorated
WITH NATIONAL EMBLEMS,
Was drawn up from the Vigilant to the
City of Rome, the decks of which were
crowded with a curious and admiring mul
titude. The diplomatic body at once went
on board, and were received by Captain
Munroe in a boudoir of the stateroom,
where the Queen of Hawaii, who was ac
companied by the Princess, shortly after
wards made her appearance, preceded and
accompanied by themembers of her suite,
conspicuous among whom, in brilliant
military attire, were the Commanding
General of Hawaii, the Lord Chamberlain
laukea and Col. Boyd, all . redolent of
courtly manners and dignity, but most
affable and gracious in every way.
Were made to the Queen trad Princess,
who received the London Legation with
great cordiality, and seemed heartily glad
of reaching the British shore, though they
had m every respect a mst pleasant voy
age across the Atlantic. Her Majesty,
who does not speak but understands Eng
lish a little, was particularly gracious in
he"r reception of Bishop Staley this, no
doubt, being accounted for not only on ac
count of his personal worth, but because
he is an intimate friend of the Royal fam
ily of Hawaii, he having alike married and
confirmed the present Queen. The
Princess Liliuokalani speaks English flu
ently, and has evidently been well tutored,
for it is difficult to detect in her conversa
tion a single tinge of foreign accent. All
the members of the suite talk English as
their mother tongue, and indeed with an
ease, grace and elegance which should
shame others to the manner born. The
Queen was in high spirits, and the Princess
With the Bishop and others upon native
scenes and bygone mernpries, every one
being perfectly at home. The Queen is a
middle-aged lady of the typical caste, and
the Princess, though younger, has Jail
THE ROYAL PROCESSION,
Which was escorted by a bod' of mounted
First Carriage The Mayor, Queen Ka
piolani, Mr. Sidney B. Hoffnung, Acting
Charge d'Affaires in England, and the
Second Carriage His Excellency General
Curtis P. laukea, Chamberlain; Colonel
James II. Boyd, A. D. C. ; Mr. Henry R.
Armstrong, Consul General in London for
Hawaii, and Mr. R. F. Synge, C. B., repre
senting Queen Victoria.
Third Carriage Colonel George W. Mac
farlane, A. D. C. to the King of Hawaii ;
Mr. Harold Janion, Hawaiian Consul at
Liverpool; Mr. T. D. Hornby and Captain
The route to the hotel was lined with
spectators, all anxious and eager to catch a
glimpse of the distinguished strangers. In
front of the hotel and along the esplanade
of St. George's Hall there were
Of people, who vigorously cheered. The
party was received at the grand entrance
by Mr. Hamann, the courteous manager
of the London and Northwestern Hotel,
and proceeded upstairs to the suite of
apartments allotted to them, where sev
eral presentations were made. The Queen,
accompanied by the Mayor, and followed
by the Princess, the suite, and visitors,
went out on the balcony to view the scene,
and met with an ovarion from the crowd
below. The Queen appeared much im
pressed by the magnificence of the view
which met her eyes, and graciously smiled
and bowed her acknowledgments in re
ply to the cheers which broke upon her
' In the evening the Royal party and
suite dined at the hotel, a cosmopolitan
banquet, consisting of French, English,
American and Hawaiian dishes, being pro
vided. On June 4th the Queen drove out with
the Mayor, and afterwards lunched at the
Town Hall. Several institutions were vis
ited later on.
ARRIVAL IN LONDON.
Her Maiesty and suite arrived in London
on the 7th, and were driven to the Alexan
dria Hotel in a Royal carriage sent from
THE JUBILEE PROCESSION.
A dispatch from London, June 18th,
says: The first procession will start from
Buckingham Falaee at 10:30 a. m. on the
21st. It will consist of state carriages
drawn by bay horses and containing the
Indian Princesses, who are the guests of
the Queen, and the Queen of Hawaii jind
here suite, who will be clad in cloth of
gold. After these will follow in carriages
Princess Frances and Alexander of Teck,
the Princess Federal of Saxe-Meminger,
Prince Albert and Princess of Louise of
Schleswig-Holstein, Princess Alexandria
of Hesse, Princess Maria Victoria" and
Alexandria of Edinburgh, the Duke and
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LOST OK MISCAKRIED.
ON THE OCEANIC COMPANY'S WHARF, ON
May 31st, on the arrival of the Australia, a
larse black leather valise, tishtly strapped,
handle broken and hemp rope substituted. Any
person delivering the same at Paul Neumann's
office will be suitably rewarded.
7H.jel7tf PAUL NEUMANN.
A Lot of the Beat
Havana Tobacc '
All of which will be made into
Smoking Material. :f
Call and sample some of thoje Cigars. Satis
The Crystal Soda Works
BOATS EOE SALE!
Three Whale Boats.
One decked Whale Boat, 30 feet Ion?, 3 feet deep,
8 feet wide.
Two 22-feet Surf Boats.
One 18-feet Surf Boat.
One decked Plunger, 16 feet long, 6 feet C inches
wiae, i reel e inches deep, with mast and sails.
One 2U.feet Sailing Scow, decked, with tnast and
One 12-tcn Lighter, decked.
K. 11. It VAX.
710jel6tf Boat Builder and Ueneral Jobbor
H. F. BEErTELMANN,
Contractor and JJuilder.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON WOOD, BRICK
Cabinet and Carpenter Work done to order.
86 KING STREET. Bell Telephone 107
N. F. BURG ESS,
Expressman & Drayman,
(( TRADE ))
The undersigned invites the Ladies to
inspect new goods just received.
W. C. SPROULL.
84 KING STREET,
Telephone No. 202.
Australian Mail Service.
AT A MEETING OF THE DIRECTORS OF
the Mutual Telephone rnmntiiv hM
this dav. it wan fieri rif-r in reriuoA ths rani nf
instruments to $5 per month in the districts of
tuxuan, twa, waianae ana wauiua.
Secretary Mutual Telephone Co.
Honolulu, January 6, 1887. 402-jan-tf
The new and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be due
at Houeluln from Sydney and Auckland
on or about
JULY 1, 1887,
And will leave for the abwve por w'th malls and
passengers on or about that date.
For freight or passage, havlag BUPERIOR
ACCOMMODATION. apply to
Wm. (x. Irwin & Co.,
For Sydney and Auckland.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
Commercial Assurance Co.
Fire and Marine
Anglo-Nevada Assurance Corpor
ation, Fire and Marine
fAPITAL (Paid up) 2,000,000.;
South British Fire and Marine
CAPITA I, - - $10,000,000.
New York Life Insurance Co.
The new and fine AI steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will b
.due at Honolulu from tan Francisco
or or about
July 8, 1887.
And will have prompt dlspatcn with malls and
passengers for the above ports.
For freight or passage, having SUPKRIOM AC
COMMODATIONS, apply to
Wm. Gr. Irwin & Co.,
C. O. BERGER,
Gen'l Agent Hawaiian Islands. 611apr28tfdw
By virtue of a writ of execution issned out of
the Supreme Court on the 18th day of June, A.
D. 1887,against B. Kalilimoku.defendant.in favor
of A. J. Cartwright, trustee of the estate of B. W.
Holt, deceased, plaintiff, for the sum of f398 o5,
I have levied upon and shall expose fcr sale at
the front entrance of KalaVaua Hale, in Hono
lulu, island of Oahu, at 12 o'clock m.on
Thursday, July 21, A.D. 1887
To the higebst bidder, all the rifht, title and .n- j
terest of the said B. KalilimoXu, defendant, in j
and to the following property, unless said judg
ment, interest, costs, and my expenses be pre
List of property for sale;
Land at Keanae, Hana, Maui, Ii. P. 3,207 L. C.
A. 4,857, to Ghiki; area 1 50-100 acres.
Land at Pahou, Koolan, Maul, R. P. 3,215, to
Kallliraoku; area, 13 7-100 acres.
Land at Honokohan, Kapaukt, Maui, R. p.
4,613, L. C. A. 5,927, to Kapoi; area, SC-lOOacre.
Eight, title and interest of B. Kalilimoku in
a certain piece of land at TValanee and Pahoti,
Keanae, Hana, Maui, described in lease recorded
Lib. 45, fol. 481; area, 107 acres.
B. Kalilimokn with Exilill (wl of Kulihi, Oahu,
made a mortgage to Honnakaha of Honolalu,
dated Nov. 13, 1883, recorded Lib. 86, folio 148-9;
B. Kalilimoku mortgaging the above described
lands, and Kalili (w) the following lands to wit;
1. Apana 1, R. P. 1,495, L. C. A., 1,238, to Hoe
nni, Ealihi, Oahn; area 4.10'chains.
2. Apana 3, R. P. 1,495, L. C. A. 1,258 io Hoe
nni, Ealihi, Oahn; area, 25 100 acre.
Terms cash. Deeds at expense of purchasers,
JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU,
Honolulu, Jun leer. 7n)j?
The nkti Millinery llnnse
Chas. J. Fishel.
COR. FORT & HOTEL STS.
For two Weelcs Only
will take place
AU our remnants wUl e placed on the
Counter, and marked way down.
In Ladies' Trimmed and Untrimmed
Hats, we are prepared to offer BIG
Remnants in all departments.
Come and see what we offer you next
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Leading Millinery House.
T. J. BASS S. H. BBOWR
T. J. BASS & CO.
Importers of and Dealers In
Artists' - Materials,
Painlta, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, Turpentine.
Manufacturers of Mouldings, Picture
Frames, etc., eic, etc.
14 ami! 16 Ellis Street near IlArket,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
CAROL AN & CO.
- IMPORTERS Or
Iron, Steel, Pipe, Mill and Mining Gupplies.
IlltpIISCftlirornfMlS., Nan Fraurltro.