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POUT OF JIUAOLUIjU. il.
SATT7r.UAr, July 2.
Stmr Kinau. Lorenzen. from M.nH ami Hawaii
Strur Mokolii, Moiire'or, from Iolokai
Stmr Likelike, Da vies, from X u;t
l.-i fnim Wainiau.iio
ctmr .T A Cummins. :seiison, nu
nd Waianae ,
Stnir C R P.ishop, Chauey. from Koolau
Stmr Waialeale. Camphell. from Kauai
Stair Iw Holmes, Dudoit, lrom V.;ualu.i
Stmr lwalani, Cameron, from ilaicaiaia
Schr Half-akala, from Pept-ekeo
Schr Liholiho. from Waiau te
Schr Mary K roster, from Kauai
Schr Mnu3kawai, from Koolau, UaliU
Schr Waieir.i. from Waialua
Sohr Kawailani. from Kool ui. Oauu
ScbrKob Koy, from Koolau
Sebr Kaiubow. lrom Koolau, uanu
siitkday, July 3.
Stmr Waimanalo. from Waif
Stmr Mikahala. Freeman, f-
Schr Wailel. from Kuan, J - - - - 7
Stmr J A Cummin. Ne;!-n, from Koolau
Stmr Lehua. Clarke, from Maui and Hawaii
So lr Moi Wahine irom UainaKiia
Scbr Sarah and Kliza. from Koolau
Schr Rob Uoy, from Waiaiiat
Schr Heeia, from Koolau
SchrMokuola, from Kwa
Schr Rob Koy, for Waialua
Stmr Lwa, for LVa
sr.M'AY, July 5.
Stmr J A CuuimiUH, for A'a: : mai.alo
Haw steamship Australia, 11 C Houdlette. for
San Francisco, at 12 in
Stmr Kinau, Lorenzen, foro!.ano ami way
ports, at 4 p m
Stmr Kiiauea Hon, Cameron, for Lamaku.,
at 5 p m
Stmr Likelike, Davies, for Karmlui, at uy m
Stmr Mikahala, Freeman, for Kauai, f'-. ; p in
Scmr Mokolii, Mcireor, for Kavaiakakai, I,au;u
Tiiirti at 5 1) lit
Stmr W G UalULates, for Maui, at V,ia m
Stmr NVaialeal, Chauey, for ilanalei am- Kiia
uea, at a p in . . ,
Stmr O K Bishop. Chanty, tv.r Waianae, Wa.-
alua and Koolau, at a a m
Stmr J A Cummins, Neilsou, tor V.an.anaio,
Stmr Ivy Holmes
Stmr Waimanalo. for Waia:iue
chr Canute, foi Koloa. Kairn
-Ut Manuokawai. lor Koiaii
t-.ciir Kawailani, for Koolau
Si hr Vvaiehu, for Waialii t
Schr Wailele, for Kusui, Maui
Schr Ilaleakala, for rei.eekt-o, liilo, Hav,:ui
Am missionary fct am bkuie Moruiiiij S.ar, G
F Garland, for the South Sea Inland, at 2 p m
Schr Sarah and Lhza, for Koolau
Schr Heeiii, for AVaiaiua
Schr Kob Koy, for Makera, .Maui
Schr Rainbow, lor Koolan
enl i n Fori from Foreign fori.
Haw hark Kalaka'.a, C it Henderson, from Val
paraido I5ol hk Ciuilleriuo, Sa:-.lmaiiri. from J'ort
Townsend, W T
Am t-k C O NVhiimoie, T T!iinpou, fio. . uo
USS Adams, Louis K mpil', lrom Acapnlco,
via liilo, Ui-wai
Drit hark CerasU-a.Cajit J l!i uiiiiind, from Liver
pool Haw bk Lady Lampson, X,' II Mar.-dou, from
Am tern Eva, J O Wikmau, from iluitii-ohlt
Am brgtue John D Spici-tt l'riis, from San
Am hktue Kureka, Meyers, irom San Fran
cisco Am bk Colusa, C Uackus, lrom San 1 rauci. sco
Trv-iHVln Kxiwelf'i lV4u rr'ti ri.
Haw schr Oeiieral Sieel, Sanders, from
French Friiiate Suoals. iu. ov '.'i-'M
Am hark St Ln. ie. aaile.l from .-w Vork M-tirW"
vd lr-t Ser;teiuher r.-.io r
. . ' . a
Am tik James S Stou:. liarstow, 'xjr''"1)
Boston March VI, doe Jnlv ait-:,! ,
Ger bark lyda, from lse'tf.'.t..i!e, N" H AV,
Oer I k reter (toy rr-' r . , sailed
Tjvernooi May .'t:dL'ii1'-. m : f px I-'.:..
vt oark l-? u -'-iiuUi, froin viia.".'.
'gow, due October
y to in
f" li"-' ' y' I?. " ' -rteroury, I'alarino, from liouirkonir
Mercury, I'al.irmo, fi
i.u.n Hongkong, due
2fi5l Lk Velocit-v' froin "onKkoi.f, due July
d5 Zly 59-30 ia"' W PIjillipS "o..Kkong.
iiS S 'BJ-'. "! Han Frar:ci.sco, en route
to okoliama and iIoukon, due July 4
K M S S Alameda. 1 ii M
Cisco, en route to the Colonies, due July 8
Am bk Forest Qwecu, J c U Wiadin-Mrom
San Iranoidco, dne July J "0
cof Sue JniS K CAlboa' "am Sa '"
duJuly11"' E nUSt' f ro, Francisco.
BaenjSyS2SUe W lnUh,U' f rni IIU,buWt
Am bKtue Lurlinr, W Matson, from San Fran
cisco, due at liilo June 30 ujn
AiiibktiieSXC.iatio 11 w ui.i ..i
FraocUco. due July ii'-iS n
Sipposed to be lost.
From 3Iani, per stmr Likelike, July 2-Miss
-- . 9 , T x. X I
From Hamakua, per stmr lwalani, juy w
H Purvis and 28 dt.ck nasse n-era S
MJSi-fl- erIrStr0r MikHlKvla July 3d-A
S. .dolPht Hunneber. hUtfa H.Lioith,
McGrVw cLJUFUtiC,'m!l!i M McGrew, -Master
Jilcorew, d Chinese and 40 deck passengers
Juiports. per stmr. Kinau,
The steamer Kinau brougbt last Saturday from
windward 2,050 Lags 8UgaP autl J60 puckv4ges
The schooner Liholiho brought 1,200 bas
sugar from Waianae, Oahu, on Saturday, and
were put on board thi steamship Australia.
The Norwegian Bark Gyda has been berthed
near the Pacific Mail Company's wharf to dis
Tte steamer Mikahala arrived yesterday moru
ing from Kaua.1 witTi jtn .
nuy.vr, a. Dags
Iddy, 24 baga rice, 50 ba,s Pia, 2- head cattle
02 hides, a well-boring machine for Mr. C. m!
Cooke and sundry merchandise.
The Hawaiian steamship Australia, Captain II.
nemiier, r W Damon, J Coerper Dr 111 t
uencock, Mr liaymond, W Eaton Cu t r
Kaai, J Kekipi. Miss A B , Mti l'..1 J.
cr r 1,111 vi i ( m
- '!! a .
I TiAl " "uuu u-moriw with a
jijiMUjllP1. "'-e, bananas, etc., for San
i-'A Yr x Miive.t yesterday from
7t!JhiJr A J.i.4&sengers by her.
9taU Z58 rlsliaM. Staples.
ame? - u, with
ane - m, irom uo aiatcnes.
tisb iron b"1 Buttery.
; A T-XTATT ..3
.rbe Axaerican pft1r iBeTry kind of i from
if Jot nsou, sailed fnuok.. I?ctiIHl atrrf
4 "nla, consigned t'1 ViU.
teamship A.-KANCU JO. 677rcji't3
paddy, 510 bags rice and 5"
sugar, 1,471 bags
bags rice bran.
The bark Colusa has been berthed at Brevre-'
r chA will unload her cargo.
ThP stPAiuer Mokolii brought ouu Dags "6-'r
from Molokai last Saturday,
The schooner Kawailani brought 600 bags ne
from Koolau, Oahu, July 2d. i
The steimer Waimanalo arrived July.Slilora
Waialnaand Waianae with 600 bags paddy, 100
bunches bananas, 100 bags taro, 3,000 oranges,
2o packages sundries aud 15 passongors.
The steamer J. A. Cummins arrived Saturday
vith l.OtiO baga sugar and 18 hides. The susar was
placed on board the bark C. O. Whitmore.
The steamer Likelike brought 112 bags taro
and 3o bags corn from Maui, July 2d.
The Hawaiian brig Hazard, Captain W. G.
Goodman, arrived at Uilo, Hawaii, Monday,
' ith the following cargo, valued at
fb bbls flour, 87C ctls barley, 69 ells
wheat, 31 C3 salmon; 19: galls wine, 50 ctls oats,
5J1 bis Lay, 72 cs canned goods, 875 lbs coffee.
41 b'ols .salmon, 40 sks potatoes, 1,522 sk3 bran,
lbs butter, 1.472 lbs lard, 1,014 lbs hams, 253
lbs bacon, 440 lbs cheese, 100 M shingles, 40 bbls
lime, 115 kegs white lead.
SPECIAL BUSlxNE-SS NOTES.
Popular goods, popular styles, popular
prices, at the Popular Millinery House.
N. S. .Sachs, Propiictor.
The most wonderful values in ladies' an
misses' trimmed and untrimmed hats 'er
uifercd in Honolulu are at "Fidel's IcS
.Milliner- House. ' 0
Ladies, don't fail to see ti.e novelty drcjt pi
i t.ringyour friends
to see the main.,v yArgA m ladies'
nats, irom -x-c-jf- rVias
lU-stvahrfi .:.,0n an""11 ,'oods
can mjjt e t 01u
se3-rciel .al-yce8 vlra,An
nolVi.k' Tnlin k in the afternoon.
COLLKCU;1.' ,w CU
;,,.! Ir ..flii.ViA. ..oUecw
- ' J.L.r.rl7XVi " "VAr.
. w-T V. .11 '1" . 1 . 1 .X . .
'v 41 1 pnone ,i4H.
CI ON I PO.
Just received, ex barkentine II. N.
Bangs, large quantities of Silks, Em
broidered Silk Handkerchiefs with ini
tials ; an assortment of Scarfs and
Shawls, Grass Cloth, and Grass Cloth
Also, a great variety of Japanese Tea
Sets, Vases, Bronze Sleeve Buttons.
A Trip 10 M'aiinrnIo.
jai iy vesteraay morning bv invitation
of J-ni 11,-. T 1 ? , -.
v,. .. -i... cummins, me Masonic
, r . . . . j.
lacquered are, etc.
Satin, Crape, Ivory, Sandalwood and
Tortoiscshell Card Case, Taper Cutter,
Fans and Jewelry Cases, Matting, etc.
Gold and Silver Jewelry, setting with
tiger claws, cateyes and amber.
cuiMun parry an.iotlier guests left ffne threatened to destroy the whole
vVaimanalo by the steamer John Jf. Fortunately, however, the German
Cummins, arriving thereabout 8 o'clock or vette Adler -was in port, and a large
after a somewhat rough"trip. Several '..ortion of her crew, under the direction
me party amused themselves by lee
ing the hshes. Soon after their arr;
they all sat down to a luau and par'
of he princely hospitality of the ga!
host. Purine the dav tba rTa'on
and mill were inspected, and musjth
yocal and instrumental was irded'
Tiie party left Waimanalo ah ha!f"
past 4 o'clock last evening,, aAng in
Honolulu a little after 8 o'cloc As the
steamer passed Diamond HV with the
American flag flying, a num, of rockets
and other lire works were-"1 ne
whole party were loud irieir P"aise cf
tha day's outing, everytlo Tossible be
ing done for their cormV
This monthly pubtion for July ap
pears on time. Theitor in a leading
article on "A CVsure" says: "We
know of manv r'i'e agreeable duties
than that of takg the role of censor ;
but in the prese.' lay we feel bound to
spread out iii- tho strongest language
against some c the habits our young
people are fal'ing into, more especially
that of over-hidulgence in strong drink.
We do not speak: from any feeling against
any pareular person, but against the
rnicrms habit of drinking, not only at
tl --h of saloons, but at any time
othe tban at meals, or when a
stimuja-iit is actually necessary."
An explanation is offered for the
omission of news items. The amount in
fiilf Treasurer's hands from the. boxes is
' 30. Local and foreign church nws,
i'ith another instalment of "Our Pil-
gnmagc ' is given.
Royal Jlftaiian Hole.
The following are the late arrivals at
the Hawaiian Hotel :
Parker N. Makee, Waihee; D. R.
Vida and wile, Maui; W. H. Lewes,
Hawaii; C. H. Hartwood and wife,
New York ; Moris. Henri Feer. Mrs.
Feer and two daughters; Mr. and Mrs.
Mayer and daughter; K. D. Walbridge,
The "Honolulu AlmaHac and Directory '
for li37 is now on sale at J. H. Soper's
and A. M. Hewett'a news depots, and at
this office. Price, 50 cents.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
To-day is the Fourth nf Jnlv
jt y r
tuiujr lue r. i ADVERTISER was
thirty-one years old.
Hon. John A. Cummins will take a trip
to the Coast by the Australia.
Miss Am' Sherwin gather first concert
in Australia at Melbourne, June 11th.
Lady Stuart, widow of the '.ate Sir Alex
ander Stuart, died in London, June 8th.
Prince Edward Keliiahonui returns to
his studies at San Mateo by the Australia.
James Crow was arrested on Satu rd.tr
for selling spirituous liquors without a li
The missionary barkentine Morning Star
leaves on .Tuesday at 11 a. m. for Micro
nesia. Mr. and .Mrs. T. It. Walker have post
poned their visit to the States for the
. '-A'j I'endleton iett Melbourne April
th's n,ntnamer f"rPriae arrivea in PO'Tth for Newcastle to V,ad coal. Arrived
tnis morning at ten minutes i.asL V-'i , .. ,
Crand Master Atkinson and fup",'-
turn to San Fmn,.; . -Uld u"
rW Vil lUC
The Oceanic Conmav!'m?lli? Aus"
tralia i!c -rvorrow tor fcan
Miss AileneIveaMi s "linnie Car
roll leave tnr a iancisco to-x.iorrow on
A UrifIiian-of-war .vas reported off
Coco JJi last evening. It turned out to
be trTleamer John A. C .amins.
e Hon. V. C. and Mrs. Parke, Misses
Jenny and Bernice Parke leave on the
j) Australia to-morrow for the States,
jf The regular monthly meeting f St, An
il drew's Church Association will be held
Thursday evening at the usual hour and
John Sheldon was arrested on Saturday
morning for using inciting language to
native Hawaiian. Mr. J. O. Carter caused
The steamship lielgic is due any time to
day from San Francisco, en route to Yoko
hama and Hongkong. She will bring six
days later news.
Monsieur Henri Feer, Mrs. Feer and the
Misses Feer leave on the Australia for
France. They will be much missed in
otiThe steamer w- G- 1Iali sails at 10
5pck to-morrow morning, the Kinau at
u-nrdav evening tlie Hawaiian
. - 'uo gave n concert in uie iront
e Hawaiian Hotel, which was
Tky large audience.
-'teir services yesterday, ow-
vrs having been dam-
ma-lew. H ,,
Oa;gcl leave on
WATER PIPE, cJ.s jjcviiev will carrv
size, made in sulw ltyf "ie VU1 t jrr
.togetber.or Sheets L. ,xJtfifi.a large circ le
j-VJinent. ready to be n,tuturewe(
of frieims i.nXGf Boiler A
Copies can b
4a nd a large
, . ..... 1
to San Fran-
'During his brief
Cisco on f
Fghly posted him-
and at the same
self on 11
a much-needed rest.
tte" of Fiji recently
iient of the assets and
olony on December 31,
are set down at 64,201
jilities at X333.350 14s. ; ex
otics over assets, ,269,088
;th a fire broke out in the main
nia in a large store kept by a
(? Mi named Ah Suy, and as there
. - a1"
long WinU DIOWlllg ai Hie time, uie
fcOM,(i ,vith .rrp.it nmiditv. and at
jr. vl""" r. I
and supervision of her commanuer, cap
tain von Wietersheim, landed and ex
tinguished the flames.
Denth of Frank Marcos.
Last evening about 8 o'clock Mr.
Frank Marcos died of consumption at
the Queen's Hospital. The deceased
was born in Parcelona, Spain, about
forty years ago. He came of a good
family, his father being a very intimate
friend of General Prim. Marcos came
to the Islands about ten years ago in the
interests of Sresovich & Co., the com
mission merchants. Previous to that
he had traveled for the firm all over the
United States and Mexico. He left
their employ in this city and after th
trouble with Portuguese at the Immi
gration Depot was appointed a police
officer. About a year ago he received
his discharge, and since then - up to
quite recently lias been in several occu
pations. He was quite conversant with
the English, Spanish, Portuguese,
French and. Italian languages. During
his illness at the hospital he has re
ceived every attention from the Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh and others of the Ma
sonic fraternity. He leaves three orpluin
children, who will be well taken care of.
The funeral takes place at 3 o'clock this
afternoon from the hall of Lodge Le
Progres, of which he was a member.
The members of that lodge, Hawaiian
Lodge and friends and acquaintances are
invited to attend. Free carriages v. ill
The JforuiiiK Ktar.
The American missionary steam bark
entine Morning Star, Captain Geo. F.
Garland, will sail to-morrow afternoon
at 2 o'clock for a nine months' cruise
among the islands near the equator in
the North Pacific. She will touch first
at Ruk,' where Rev. Mr. Frieber and
wife will land. Then w ill proceed to
Ponape to land Miss Ingersoll, M. 1).
The Revs. Z. K. S. Taaluhi and Martin
Lukela with their wives will be landed
at Apiang, in the Gilbert Group. They
gave their farewell addresses last night
at KaumakapiliChurcli to a large audi
ence. The Morning Star will carry a
lumber and provisions for the mi
: 4. ...I. t V.. C V
iines, iu niidic wais lur me Hawaii'
missionaries in which to cross r
island to island. Services will hr
on board prior to her depart lire,
Captain Chas. Neilsen.
John A. Cummins broi'
Saturday a small- lay
the "Ocean ChronK
found in a bottlp
manalo by so.
of the paper
u.' June 27, 1887.
compass W. 25 miles,
Newcastle, N. S. W. All
n&f?li" The "Chronicle" whieli
.-3intpd. conta?rs a number of
ements ui! the log of the vessel.
at me latier Vlcli -"ay i st, anj sauea
again on the 12th for Sun Diego, with a
load of coal.
The staff of the V. C. Advertiser will
celebrate the Four! is of July by taking a
holiday. Consequently no paper '.v ill be
published Tuesday morning. A com
plete report of to-'iay's doings will ap
Fr San rrniioisro- Iy tle Ausiralla.
The folion ine passengers are booked at
the office of V. G. Irwin & Co. to leave by
the Australia to-morrow at noon:
Hon. "W. C. Parke and wife. Misses J.
and Ii. Parke, Mrs. W. W. Hall and fam
ily, Miss Watkins, Mrs. Brown and 6 chil
dren, H. II. Hitchcock and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Wright, Jas. Cowan and wife, W. G.
Hunt and 'wife, Miss Hayes, Mrs. J. P.
Baneeroft, J. P. Cooke, Mrs. T. Furlong,'
W. Alexander, J. P. Stephens and grand
son, Ilev. E. C. Oggel and wife, Miss Ailene
Ivers, Miss Minnie Carroll, S, C. Dozier, E.
C. Atkinson and family, W. Johnston and
wife, E. J. Croly and wife, D wight Hollis
ter and wife, Mrs. P. B. Green, Miss Carrie
Goodhue, T. J. Crowley and wife, E. It.
Hedges and wife, G. E. Whitney, Miss E.
Tucker, Mons. Henri Feer, wife and two
daughters, S. F. Dunne and wifet Emannel
Lewis, T. Varney. Mrs. Graham, C. R.
Dempster, J. V. de Laveaga, Dr. Pugh, E.
M. Miller, Mrs. Hawes and daughter, L.
Hart, Mrs. G. D. Hall, Miss J. Watson, W.
T. Ellis, F. H. Newton, II. D. Walbridge,
Hen. C F. Hart and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
Roberts, Hon. J. A. Cummins, Tom P.
Cummin". Miss Alexander, F. H. Austin
and wife, R. M. Cheeseborough, Prince
Edward Keliiahonui, J. B. Wood, C. W.
Dickey, Mrs. Small, Geo. Poulet, L. R.
Mead, C. L. Mitl, Mis? Goldsmith, Mr.
Goldsmith, Major Stonehill, Captain J.
A. King and H. Young.
For sale to-day at COST PRICE at
L. J. LEVEY'S AUCTION ROOMS
From 7 to 10 a. m. and 6 to 7 p. m., consisting of
ROMAN CANDLES, SKY ROCKETS, TORPEDOES.
STAR MINES, BENGAL LIGHTS, FLOWFR
POTS, BLUE LIGHTS, PIN WHEELS,
TRIANGLE WHEELS, FIRE
CRACKERS, ETC., ETC.
8TKAM BOOK AND JOB
Is prepared to do all kinds of
Commercial & Lega! Work
Having just Received a Complete and New
Job Types and Ornaments
Of tha Latest St vies,' from the most Cela
brated Foundries of the United States,
and employing only Experienced
and lasty Workmen, we are
prepared to tnru out
Letter Ilea Is. ;
Bill lle4l. '
- lJe, ' ! ' .
'(Is Hawaiian fe Ezgll-b)
j e III a ii U Checks,
Jarrlae Cert I lien
And in fact everything which a first-class
office can do.
very large cargo, consisting chiefl
Cfnc: written in tel 4t liel
r"hi3 powder n wr varies. A mar cl or r -unty.
etrergth and !.olosomcnes3. Jloro ec :.oiuicaj
than theorlir-r r kind.?, r.nd cannot be sold ja com-pctitio-i
with multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or h aspliate powders. Sou) orrLTtS
T1N3. ItOYAn EAliiXi l'OWDEll CO.. llW
. (The Only .Sellable Blood Purifier.)
A SPECIFIC FOK
scrofula, Salt Rheum,
Neuralgia, Ring Worm
Vnd all other Skin and Blocl Diseases.
IT REGULATES TUB
Curei Indireatlon and ell diseaae Arising frost
an enfeebled condition of the 7tem.
Dr. Iaktine, of London, the cele
brated specialist, says of PASDEE'E
lEMEDY : " I have used it for twenty
years for Blood Diseases, such at
Scrofula, Salt llheum, Teter and Cancer
and I cannot recommend it too highly.'
The Rev. Dr. Thomas, ot Hong Kongr.
( hina, says: " PARDEE'S REMEDY
i.i a Avonderful medicine for the Blood.
I have prescribed it hundreds of times
for Leirosy, and when given in time
it always cured the patient. 1 ca .
safely say that Leprosy will never break
out on persons who take Pardee
Kfmedy regularly, and I advise all per
sons living in countries wrhere Leprosy
ij prevalent to take Pardee's Bejiedy
as a preventive."
FCR SAU BY ALL DRUCCISTS IN HONOLULU.
Win. G. Irwin & Co
OFFER FOR SALE:
And 30-pound Boxes.
In Half Barrels
And 25-pound Boxes,
rOW DK RED
In 30-pound Boxes.
GOLDEN C. COFFEE
In Half Barrels
Blue Mottled Soap
Cases Corned Beef.
Cs Medium Bread.
O IL S
FUEL asd LUBRICATING.
LIME I CEMENT
Galvanized Jrou Roofing,
I:t L 13 GM 1ST Gr
SOKE tVS and WASKEES.
Snar Basrs 22x3C? i
I Manila and Sifal, Panana Twine, Whale Line
Reed's Felt Steam Pipe
and Boiler Covering.
"A". TENTH, (suitable for camp
Ins and surveying parilos.)
2 2 J
I? 'ROYAL PT.fJ J
"'overboard from I X& J Mi i
J4k Vr' -V'i
FOURTH OF JULY.
A cordial invitation la hereby extended to the
public of Honolulu, without distinction of sect
or nationality, to le present at the 4th of July
literary exercises, picnic and field sports to be
held at "Little Britain " King street, on MON
DAY, July 4, 1M7, commencing at 10 o'clock,
in. Busses will run every ten minutes from the
corner of King and Fort streets, beginning at 8
o'clock a. in., to carry the people out to the
grounds free of charge. HoreAs and carriages
can be fastened on the premises occupied by Hon.
II. M. Whit oey, adjoin? ng the ground on the
west side. No horses will be allovsd within the
picnic grounds. THE COMMITTEE.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
T!i A 1 steamship
Will leave Honolulu for the above port on
JULY 5 th
For freight or passage apply to
Wm. GL Irwin & Co.,
T A MEETING OF THE DIRECTORS OF
iV. the Mutual Telephone Company, held
this day, It was decided to reduce the rent of
instruments to 5 per month in the districts of
Koolau, Ewa, Waianae and Waialua.
Secretary Mutual Telephone Co.
Honolulu, January 6, 1887. 402-jan-tf
TARO FLOUR FACTORY,
COMMENCED OPERATIONS ON THURSDAY,
May 26th, and are now prepared to supply
TARO FLOUR in any quantities.
With new and improved machinery and other
apparatus, the present Manager guarantees to
supply Taro Flour that will make a better class
of Poi than ever produced.
All orders to be sent to W. H. CUMMINS,
Manager, at the Factory, Wallnku, Maui ; or to
W. G. IRWIN k CO., Agents, Honolulu.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
Commercial Assurance Co.
Fire and Marine .
ASS ET8,-$ 130,000.
-rire and Marine
CAPITAL (Pall up 92,000,000.
South British Fire and Marine
CAPITAL, - - $10,000,000.
New York Life Insurance Co.
C. O. BEEGEB,
Gen'l Agent Hawaiian Islands. Cllapr28tfdw
By vjrtne of a writ of execution issued out of
the Supreme Court on the 18th day of June, A.
D. 1887 .against B. Kalilimoku.defendant.ln favor
of A. J. Cartwright, trustee of the estate of R. W.
Holt, deceased, plaintiff, for the sum of f3'J8 o5,
I Save levied .upon and shall expose for aale at
the front entrance of Kalakaua Jlile, in Hono
lulu, island of Oahu, at 12 o'clock m. on
Thursday, July 21, A.D. 1887
To the hlgebst bidder, all the ri?ht, tltlend In-
terest of the said B. Kalllimoku, defendant, in
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, E. P. 3,267 L. C.
A. 4,857, to Gblkl; area 1 50-100 acres.
Land at Pabou, Koolau, Maui, II. P. 3,215, to
Kalllimoku; area, 137-100 acres. -
Land at Honokohau, Kapauku, Maui, E. P.
4,615, L. C. A. 5,927, to Kapoi; area, 50-100 acre.
Eight, title and interest of B. Kalllimoku in
a certain piece of land at Walanoo and Pahou,
Keanae, Hana, Maui, described in lease recorded
Lib. 45, fol. 81; area, 107 acres.
B. KaNlimoku with Knlili (w) of Knllbi, Oahn,
made a mortgage to Honnakaba of Honolulu,
rlatorl Vrtir It 1QQ1 T Ik Oli H It O O.
B, Kalillmoku mortgaetng the above described
uuui, aua &ami (w; ine ioiiowing ianas vo wit;
1. Apana 1, R. P. 1,495, L. C. A., 1,238, to Hoe-
nui, Kalihi, Oahu; area i10"cbains.
- 2. Apana 3, R. S 1,495, L. C. A. 1,238 to Hoe-
nui, Kalihi, Oahu; area, 25 100 acre.
Terms cash." Deeds at expense of purchasers.
JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU,
Honolulu, Juno 21, 1887.
A Lot of the Best
All of which will be made Into
Call and sample some of those Cigars. Satis
Tlie Crystal Soda Works
BOATS FOE SALE!
Three Whale Boats.
One decked Whale Boat, 30 feet lony, 3 feet deep,
8 feet wide.
Two 22-feet Surf Boats.
One 18-feet Surf Boat.
One decked Plunger, 16 feet long, C feet C inches
wide, 2 feet 6 inches deep, with mast and sails.
One 22-feet Sailing Scow, uecked, with mast and
One Lighter, deci.
F tl. II TAN,
710jel6tf Boat Builder rnd General Jobbei.'
H. F. BBKet-
t n tractor uuug
Cabinet and Carpenter Work
86 KING 8TREET.
N. F. burgess;
Expressman & Drayman,
84 KING STREET,
Telephone No. 202.
Australian Mail Service.
. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
- The new and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be due
at Honolulu from Sydney and Auckland
on or about'
JULY 29, 1887,
And will leave for the abeve port with malls and
passengers on or about that date.
For freight or passage, having WUPICKIOK
ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to
Wm. (j. Irwin & Co.,
For Sydney and Auckland.
I (i iWHIiH nMilii I
'1'he new and fine Al steel steamH)'s
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will w
,due at Honolulu from Han Franclnoo
or or about
July 8, 1887.
And will have nrnmni dlnatn with imhIh.
COMMODATIONH, apply to
Wm. GL Irwin &Co.,
. ' Af EJ"(TB
The Leading Millinery House
Chas. J. FisheJ
COR. FOItT & HOTEL HTS.
Kftf t,V0 Wfiftks On V
will take place
All nnr rpmninta will Ko Tilnrol r
Counter, and- marked way down.
Xn Ladies' Trimmed and Untrimmedf
TI.l. . 1 A. . THO?
BARGAINS. i ? ; ; :
Bemnants in all tlepartments.
Come and 8ie what we offer you nex
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Leadiiijr Millinery House
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Importers of and Dealers in3 '
Artists' - Materia f
Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishea,1 Turptrl
Manufacturers of Mouldings, Pictu
Frames, etc., etc., etc
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CAROL AN & CO.
Iron, Bteol, Pipe, Mill and Mining Supplt'wf
111 to 119 California St.. San FrftiuW
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