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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JULY 8, 1887.
t -. s - .it P. HONOLULU, 11. J. A.flAUI. Thursday, J nly 7. jinn. Xeilaen. from Waima- r. j nalo, 0h Stmr Vs. ad VJaIn stmr Kw. Mf,' 1 1 riiicij,'J a'.:1, Underwood, from Waianae i'i Ewa ( ra', Jones, IS; days from San Hohr -f?.R.i;iae,from Ew DEPARTURES. Thubsdat, July 7, St !:i A Cummins, Neilson. for Heeia and r. v- alo ; in Waimaiialo, Underwood, for Waialnaand V , ..ir-ae, at i) a m t'. r Ewa, for Ewa . i.-v.r Mary, for Kauai : ir Rainbow, lor Koolau . far Haleakala, for Pepeekeo, Hilo, Hawaii cnr "Waimaln, for Koloa ichr Mary E Foster, for Kauai Vessels Leminr To-day. Strar Iwalani, Weir, for Hamakua, Hawaii, via Lahalna, ai a m I Haw bk Lady Lampson, W H Marston, for San Francisco 8cbr JoMpnine, fer Ewa Vessels in Port from Foreisu ports Haw bark Kalakaua, C H Henderson, from Tal paraiso Bol bk Quillermo, Sandmann, from Port Townseud, v T Am bk C O Whitoiore, T Thompson, from De parture tfay U8H Adams, Louis Kempff, from Acapulco, via uno, nawau Brit barkCeraates.Capt JBrumnnd, from Liver pool Am brgtne -John D Spreckels, Friis, from San Francisco Am bktne Eureka, Meyers, from San Fran' Cisco Am bk Colusa, C Backus, from San Francisco Am bk forest Queen, J C M winding, from sun rrancisco . Am bktne Ella, E C ltuet, from San Francisco . tr, birV 'vda. C Ericksen., from Newcastle. on i.-anciaco vessels Expectea from Foreitfii porta. Haw scbr General Siegel, Sanders, from French Frisate Shoals, due Nov '20-30 Am bark St Lucie, sailed from New York March 2fi, due September 5-30 Am bk James U Stone, Barstow, sailed from Boston March VI. due July 50-31 Get bk Peter Godsefroy, , sailed from Liverpool May :$rd, due Sept 1-25. Brit oark Birmab, from tilaagow, due October 15-31 " Am ship Mercury, Palarmo, from Hongkong, due July '20-31 Oer bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due July 18--8 Brit bk Velocity, from Hongkong, due July 26-31 Haw bk Lilian, W Phillips, from Hongkong, due July 19-30 Am bktne Ferris S Thompson, C Potter, from San Francisco, due at Eahulul July 16-31 R M S S Alameda, H G Morse, from San Fran cisco, en route to the Colonies, due July 8 Am bk Ceylon, R Calhoun, from San Francis co, due July 9-24 Am tern W S Bowne, W Bluhm, from Humboldt Bay, due July 20-31 Am bktne Amelia. W Newhall, from Humboldt Bay, Cal, due J uly 18-25 Am bktne S N Castle, H W Hubbard, from San Francisco, due July 12-25 Am bktne S G Wilder, H A Paul, from Sau Francisco, due July 20-l H B M's H Triumph. Rear Admiral Sir Culme Seyiuour, from Victoria, B C, due July 10-15 H B M's S Conquest, Cbaa L Oxley, from Vic toria, B C, due July 9-14 U SS Juniata, from America, due July 8-20 Am uk Edward May, Johnson, sailed from Boston June '23d, due Kov 1-25 Am ship Matilda, Merriman, from Hongkong, due July 12-31 Supposed to be lost. EXPORTS. For San Francisco-, per bark Lady Lampson, July 8 FwA Schaefer & Co, 6,708 baa sugar; Castle k Cooke, 3,191 bgs sugar; T 11 Davies & Co, 1,316 bags sugar; C Brewer & Co, 344 bags sugar. Total sugar. 11.559 bags; total tonnage, 649 tons; domestic value, $50,389 10. PAKSEXUERS. DKPABTttKS. For San Francisco, per bark Lady Lampson, July Sth Mrs C F Marston and 2 children. For vVaiiKanalo, per stmr J A Cummins, July 8 C Harrison and about 8 deck passengers. S1IIPPINO NOTES. Captain Brownell of the tern Ke Au Hou has been transferred to the schooler Waiinalu. The stern-wheel stetmer Ewa brought 310 bags rice and paddy from Ewa, July 7th. She will bring another load of rice to-d.y from Pearl River. The Royal Mail steamship Alameda, Captain H. G. Morse, will arrive to-day from 8an Fran cisco on her way to Sydney, via Auckland and Samoa. The American barkentine Ella will load sugar for San Francipc after the bark Forest Queen. The bark Colusa will sail to-morrow In ballast for Puget Sound. The steamer J. A, Cummins arrived July 7th from Heeia with 450 bags sugar, which were transferred to the bark C. O. Whitmore, and sailed again the same day for Koolau. The brigantine John D. 8preckels will sail next Monday for San Francisco with a full cargo of sugar and 239 barrels of whisky. The British Iron . bark Iron Crag, Captain Jones, anchored in the stream July 7thf13 days from San Francisco. The steamer Walmalu arrived from Wai alua Wednesday night and left again yesterday morn ing for the same place. The bark Forest Queen will finish discharging cargo to-day, and will load sugar for San Fran cisco. The steamer Iwalani leaves at 8 o'clock this morning for various Hamakua ports, Hawaii, via Lahalna, Maui. The Hawaiian bark Lady Lampson, Captain 0. F. Marston, sails this forenoon for San Fran cisco with 11,559 bags sugar, weighing 1,297,914 pound, and valued at 50,389 10. The steamer James Makee Is still undergoing extensive repairs near the Pacific Mall Com pany's wharf. CHU ON S CO., 42 Xn iin ii u Street. Just received, ex barkentine H. N. Tiangs, large quantities of Silks, Em broidered Silk Handkerchiefs with ini tials ; an assortment of Scarfs and Shawls, Grass Cloth, and Grass Cloth Handkerchiefs. 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. Inspection invited. 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 Fishel's leading Millinery House. - Ladies, d t v materials a; rV. Urely new.' i ill. novelty dress POUT OF H. F. D. Sleeting: or the Representatives. Roh rd of Last evening a meeting of the Board of Representatives of the Honolulu Fire Department was held at the Bell Tower. There was a large attendance, and Chief Engineer Chas. B. Wilson presided. The report of the Secretary and Treas urer, Mr. Henry Smith, was read, show ing that during the past year the re ceipts had been $2,638 56 and expendi tures $2,403 75; balance on hand, $448 91. The present assets of the de partment are as follows : Cash balance in bank $13149 Investments : Chulan&Co 2,000 00 H. Robinson : 800 00 J. V. McGuire 200 00 Cash in Secretary's hands 93 32 Total $3,229 81 The report was accepted and laid upon the table. The Fire Marshal's report gave the number of fires during the .year. The total loss by fire was $11,451. Insurance, $15:400. The report was accepted and placed on file. The Surveying Engineer's report, em bracing the financial statement of the department, showed the expenses to have been for the past year $25,750 18. The Legislature appropriated $40,000; balance unexpended, $14,249 82. The report, a very concise one, was accepted and placed on file. Foreman J. F. Morgan, from the Com mittee on selecting a Board of Physi cians, asked for further time. Communications were read from En gine Co.'sNo. 1 and 2 and Pacific J lose Co. No. 1, reporting election of officers. They were accepted, and the elected members requested to take their seats on theSoard. Mr. Henry Smith read the report of the Chairman and Tellers on the recent election of Engineers. It was accepted and placed on file. Delegate Herrick moved that the Chief Engineer-elect take his seat. Mr. Smith then read a legal protest against the election, prepared by Chief Engineer Wilson. He also read his recommendations as Chairman of Elec tion, which were printed in Thursday morning's P C. Advertiser. Foreman Norton moved that the pro test be accepted. Delegate Herrick said the board could not elect head officers. It can de clare the election null and void. If t'e last election was null and void they had no officers, because the election in 18S6 was null and void. They could not elect engineers ; it was illegal. Chief Engineer Wilson said it ivas useless to go on with anr discussion. He had done his best to place the matter before the Board. An opinion was required from the Minister of the Interior and the Attorney General as to when a new election could be held. To give them time to prepare it an ad journed meeting would be held next Thursday evening. Foreman Monsarrat said he was glad the matter had been brought up. He received a majority of votes at the re cent election, but he was not legally elected. He hoped the matter would be settled in a fair and square manner. He objected to anything that wa3 cloudy. For 3rears they had been working under a false impression. Delegate Herrick here asked a ques tion which the intellectual members of the Board failed to comprehend. Chief Engineer Wilson said the Court would have to decide when and where the election would take place. The recommendations of the Chair man of Election were adopted, .and the Board adjourned to Thursdav, Julv 14th. The Late Fire. The following is the verdict of the jury on the fire at Cunha & Co.'s store, Nuu anu street : Hon. John L. Kaulukou, Marshal of the Kingdom: Sib We, the undersigned, jurors sum moned to inquire into the cause of the fire which occurred on Nuuanu street, in Honolulu, on the night of June 23, 1887, beg leave to report that, after hearing the examination held at the Police Sta tion, June 30th, and visiting the scene of the said fire, we find the said fire re sulted from accident, or some cause to us entirely unknown. J. B.Atherton, M. Louisson, II . Waterhouse, Wm. W. Hall, M. Davis, John H. Soper. poliee court. BEFORE POLICE JUSTICE DAYTON. Thursdav, July 7th." Kewela, Kamela, Jim Mitchell, Kinoi kaole and Kulolia each forfeited bail of $G for drunkenness. H. Hagermann, for assault and bat tery on Maria Santos, was found guilty and fined $2. Costs $3 20. J. Brown, an express driver, with badge No. 216, was fined $10 for violat ing express regulation No. 2.5. Five Chinese were charged with gam ing and rewarded to the 12th. A nolle pros, was entered in the fol lowing cases : J. Gude for drunkenness, Kapua for disorderly conduct and Dick for selling and disposing of spirituous liquors. Fire Department Bfeetfngrs. At the regular meeting of Engine Co. No. I, Robert More was re-elected Fore man, Louis Toussaint, Assistant Fore: man; T. R. Lucas, Delegate; and H. Barber, Secretary. The Treasurer was re-tT. ( 1. " '" v : ? . ? I fii.3 cr.f i;- iw.rr,5. v.i-i -.'te-.l. At a meeting of No. 2 Company, the Delegate, Mr. Henry Smith, was in structed to present to the Board an amendment to the rules and regulations, limiting the membership of each com pany to fifty. A notice from the Secre tary of the Board of Representatives was received and read. The notice was to effert that a man must be a member of the Fire Department thirty days prior to election day to entitle him to a vote. Jiew Appointment. The following new apointments were made yesterdajT : Board of Education Hon. C. R. Bis hop, President; Hon. H. A. Widemann, His Excellency W. L. Green, Hon. S. M. Damon and Prof. W. IX. Alexander. Board of Immigration Hon. A. S. ,Cleghorn, Hon. J. A. Cummins, Hon. S. G. Wilder and Jlon. J. S. Walker. His Excellency L. A. Thurston is President ex-officio. Board of Health Dr. Geo. Trousseau, President; Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Hon. S. G. Wilder and His Excellency W. L. Green. Informal Keceptlou. Last evening Mr. and Mrs. Lewis J. Levey gave an informal reception at their residence, Beretania street, in honor of Hon. A. Hoffnung, Mrs. and Miss Hoffnung, who leave on the Ala meda to-day. A number of invited guests were present, and the evening was spent in social conversation, inter spersed with musical selections. Re freshments of a vety tempting nature were served. The affair was exceedingly enjoyable throughout. A Mall For San Francisco. The barkentine Ella sails at 10 o'clock this morning fqr San Francisco. f Shg will carry a mail, which closes at the Post Office at 9 o'clock. This will be a good opportunity -to forward corre spondence. LOCAL AND GENERAL. Dr. Martin is expected to return by the Alameda. The bark Lady Lampson sails at 10 o'clock this morning for San Francisco. The steam roller got stuck yesterday on the new street near the Chinese Theater. Hon. Antone Rosa has been appointed a member of. His Majesty's Privy Council of State. Mr. J. H. Soper has laid on our table a copy of "Letters on the Hawaiian Islands" by the Rev. Father Zahm. There will be the usual service at St. An drew's Cathedral this evening at 7 o'clock, with an address by the Rev. H. II. Gowen. The Roysil Mail steamer Alameda is due to-day from San Francisco, en route to the Colonies. She will bring five days later news. The biennial meeting of the Queen's Hospital will be held at 11 o'clock this morning at the rooms' of the Chamber of Commerce. . The "Bulletin" says that two Germans who joined the Reform League, and were given rifles, sold the same to a Chinaman and skipped to Hawaii. A memorial has been presented to the Secretary of the Treasury of the United to admit free of duty Hawaiian products tor exhibition at the Mechanics' Institute Exposition, to be held at San Francisco in September. Tte Oceanic Steamship Com pany has promised" to. transport such articles free. . It ECLIPSE Come to-morrowand bring your friends to see the mammoth bargains in ladies' hats, from 50c up, at Chas. J. Fishel's lead ing Millinery House. Best value in millinery and straw goods can be obtained at Sach's, 104 Fort street. LITTLE LAUGHS. Some day when Uncle Sam isn't rushed we hope he will modify his old mail boxes and cast some new ones big enough to stick a pa per into.-Detroit Tribune. A notice posted in a certain town reads: "Cash paid fcr butchers' bides." This shows what popular indignation against butchers may lead to. St. Albans Messenger. It was very late and they were renewing for the sixty-seventh time their vows. "You'll be true to me," she cooed; "you will never tell a base falsehoddP "Never, my darling," he murmured. Then the bell tolled 1. Lowell Citizen. Henry W. Grady's New England dinner agrees with his Atlanta Constitution, and it has done him much good. New Orleans Picayune. . . A man in St. Paul the other day tripped and fell forward and was nearly strangled by having his frozen breath driven down bis throat. New Orleans Picayune. "I rea;h and reaeh,but cannot grasp," writes a certain poet. We would advise that poet to adjust his suspenders before he puts on his coat and vest. Lowell Citizen. The following line is from James Russell Lowell's poem in the February Atlantic: "Whence? Whither? Wherefore? How? Which? Why?" Tennyson will have to look to his laurels if LoweU keeps this sort of thing up. Pittsburg Chronicle. : While I was standing in a drug store yester-, day a negro boy came in and asked for some quinine. The pharmacist, in order to get at j the size of the dose, asked: "Is it for an' adult?" "No," said the boy, "it's for a Dutch-' man around the corner." Louisville Post. The Long and Short Haul. A few days ago a certain member of con gress his identity Is immaterial took part in the long and shoi haul discussion. u I feel it my duty," he said, " to vote for this measure," The alert correspondent of a San Francisco paper telegraphed this utterance, adding in parenthesis ; after the word " measure " the words long and short haul." But either through the "cussedness" of the wires, or th KimH wo - - !.; - :- -- ' x r; -... ! ;s.,uiW5: : i ;r : ;': iy ' . ' .' : " njca.uTe. . . : .. - 1 : : i - .,, - c v ork A VASSAR COLLEGE SPREE. A Mysteriona Midnight Spread Tht Martyr of the Tin Basin. Dearer to the heart of college students than all public occasions of social life are the cosy private spreads. Only a college girl knows the meaning of a college spread. It is a proof of the depravity of human nature that no spread is perfect unless held after 10 o'clock, when in the midst of the hilarity each feels the in fluence of a prospective summons from her corridor teacher to receive a sermon on the value of law and order? Try to imagine yourself an -unseen spectator at a mysterious midnight spread. You see a large room all ablaze with light, but with blinds shut and curtains drawn, and a gossamer waterproof draped carefully over the transom, lest the rays should annoy some outsider. Within is a medley. Books are out of the way for once, and. the table is covered with a miscellaneous collection of plates, saucers, glasses, a cup or two, a few spoons, rarely a kfo and fork. Among these are scatteea- loaf of bread, a bag of crackers, pots of deviled ham and jelly, a bottle of olives, a pitcher of milk and another of oysters. Half a dozen'girls were in the room, one of them anxiously inspecting the water in a tin basin that she is carefully hold ing over the flame of a drop light. The rest are scattered about the room in atti tudes more or less graceful. The bed, the chairs and the rugs on the- floor are equally . patronized. All the girls are making frantic endeavors to evolve a theory as to the making of oyster soup, and as the theories gradually take defirito shape, they are hurled at the martyr of the tin basin. "You must heat the water first, then the milk, and put in the oysters just be fore it is done," remarks one sage cook from the depths of an easy chair. "No'. -you don't 1 you don't want any water just milk and oysters boiled to gether," says number two; ccSbd like a kitten on a rug. "You must heat the oysters sepa rately," calls a grave, oratorical voice from among the pillows. , "Girls," 6aid the martyr, looking around with an heroic air, "you don't one of you know the first tiling about it. I'm making this soup, and if you don't like it when it is done,you Cin Corne and make some yourselves. Just at present 1 have the floor. ' ' She confirms her statement ly a vigo rous testuro that threaten1? ih. t ?ui'i' rium of the tin basin, and the olhivy own themselves obliterated and appi.'y th ir genius to other topics. The soup done, it is served hi cujs, or glasses, or wmcers, and is pronounced, perfect. The sullcr ing martyr has become a smiling saint, and sits triumpliantly en the eelgt' of tl table, wdiile some one spreads a cracker with jam for her benefit. The tide o. fun rises. Again and again a laugh rings out, to be smothered in the midst by the tragic gasp, "Girl's, somebody's coming!" But no one comes, Jind after oysters have l)een eaten, college news dis cussed, and harrowing ghost stories told in the darkened room, the girl3 steal away with a reckless declaration that they have had fun enough to pay for a whole week's flunks. Lippincott's Mag azine. The Olive and Its Horn. It is not too much to say that the day is not far distant when the olive and the olive oil industry will become one of the most important in the state of California. The first trees planted are still in good condition, although they have been neg lected at times, and are 111 years old. The olive grows from cuttings, like the willow, and will bear in ten years. It comes down to us from our fathers, along with the fig and the vine.' There is a pretty allusion to it in connection with the first riavigator; olive-wood was used largely in the construction of Solomon's temple, while the most illustrious of preachers delivered his greatest sermon from an elevation sliaded by these silver leafed trees. There are many olive trees now living in European countries 1,000 years old and upward. This tree will grow and, thrive in rocky and sandy places, but must not be too far from the sea. In California it does best from San Diego to Point Conception, from one or two to twenty miles from the sea. Its true home is a semi-tropical climate from one to twenty-five miles from the sea; those at Damascus are fifty miles away, and I have seen them in this country in a flourishing condition even 150 miles away from the saline irffluence of the Pacific. California Cor. New York Times. Ylv of Good Health. Health is of such extreme value that he who is cot healthy cannot possibly be wealthy. In his pockets, or in the vault of some bank, he may have title deeds, mortgage deeds and bonds; but if he can not wrork, play or enjoy his food, he is poor man, and the estates he claims to own on this globe are of no more real good to him than if they were situated in the moon. Civilized people, who are pos . sessed of a mania for owning things, un derrate the value of their own bodies. It is said that an Irishman who had only $1 expended the dollar for a purse "to keep it in." There are many Americans who barter their lives for fine houses to dwell in, or swap healthy fivers for gold dollars. Good health cannot be bought in boxes, bottles or buckets, or at so much a pound or foot. It can be obtained only by a healthy mode of living. Without the capacity to enjoy life, no man can be wealthy. No kind of good appetite can be bought with money; and the man who has not a good appetite for healthy work or wholesome food is a poor man. Professor Paley. 6EASS-.SE COCKSFOOT, RYE GRASS, ENG LISH RED CLOVER, COW GRASS. mwrc ATTENTION OF ALL INTERESTED IN l improving the pasture lands of the Islands ids w,o is called to the above valuable seeds, which nffpr for sale in lets to sHit purotiascrs. We have also on hand sample lots of White Clover, English lyke, Timothy, Rib Grass. Crested Dog's Tail, Tall Fescue. Italian Rye Grass and Lucerne seeds, which we offer in small lots for trial, and will also receive orders for quantities of not less than half a ton weight, and execute same with dispatch. 7l7-jnnel8tfd&w WM. G, IRWIN k CO. LOST. VT THE FOURTH OF JULY BALL, A BLACK tlree-cornred ' shawl. TLi. Snder will loeff r a fvor t v lavin? the eatae at tliit ;Sc. 73'jytt SUtaJistratMs. 'IP as Absolutely Pure. Thispowder never vaxies. Amarvel of purity, strength and vholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, a nd carraot be sold in com-petitio-i with the multitude of lo'ar'test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. SoldonlyeS cans. Botal. BAElSa fOWEER Co.. 100 WaliL V Y- mmt REMEDY fries St.C!. 1 DR. PARDEE'S (The OalrRtlUblo Bleed Pm hlor.) a. specific roi .Sat iiMlA SU If J&J. A. Jd. ja 5 it ; & , Scrofula, Salt HSieurr:, . Neuralgia, Ring Worm A ad all other St in antl Blood Disease:'. IT REGTOT1ATE8 THE LIVER AND KIDNEYS. ' ares Indirection and all tilaeane arUtnc frouJ an enfeebled eondttlou of the jrtem. Dr. Maktine, of London, the cele brated specialist, says of PARDEE'S REMEDY : " I have used it for twenty years for Blood Diseases, such at Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Teter and Cancer and I cannot recommend it too highly.' The Rev. Dr. Thomas, ot Hong Kong, China, says: " PARDEE'S REMEDY is a wonderful medicine for the Blood. I have prescribed it hundreds of timefc for Leprosy, and when given in time it always cured the patient. I can safely say that Leprosy wrill never break out on persons who take Pardee' Remedy regularly, and I advise all per sona living in countries where Leprosy is prevalent to take Pardee's Remedy as a preventive." FOR SALc Br ALL DRUCCISTS !N HONOLULU. 6ldecldw Tax Assesses Notice. THE TAX ASSESSOR FOR THE DISTRICT OF Koolaupoko, hereby gives notice to all par ties liable to assessment, that he will be found at the following places: Iulai 12 a me 13. ma kahl o Hon. J. A. Cummins, Waimanalo. Inlai 14 a me 15, ma kafii o Ahina (Pake, Kailua. " 18 19, ma ka Hale Hookolokolo, o Eaneohe. Iulai 20 n me 21, ma ka Hale Asa Kan Ha, Heeia. 25 " 26, " Akaua(Pake),Kaalaea " 27 28, " Kamealoha.Waikane After these dates the Assessor will be found at bis residence at Heeia, on or before the 80th day of July, A. D. 1887. ASA KAUUA, Tax Assessor for the District of Koolaupoko. 735jy8 . s v s The Leading Millinery House Chas. J. Eishel. COR. FORT & HOTEL STS. For two Weeks Only Our Semi-Annual Eemnant Sale ' will take place NEXT MONDAY All our remnants will be placed on the Counter, and marked way down. In Ladies' Trimmed and .Vutrimmed Hats, we are prepared to offer BIG BARGAINS. ' Remnants in all dprrrtnien Is. Come ttTul MONDAY. w:e v h-it v..- oil" r vu next CHAS. J. FISH EL, Leading Millinevv House. T. J. B SS F H. BROWN T. J. BASS & CO. Importers of and tealers iu Artists' - Materials, Paint, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, Turpentine. Manufacturers of Mouldings, Picture - Frames, etc., etc., etc. 14 ami 16 Ellis Klreet near Market, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 631mayl4tf CAROL AN & CO. IIARDWA EE, ircn. 8tel, Kpa, Mil! and Mining Supplies. 4 SUto 115 I'ftlirunifiiCU . Man Prourfsco. 41 a449 f TAKO FLOUtt FACTORY, Wniltikii, Mnni, C COMMENCED OPERATIONS ON THURSDAY, J Mav jr.tli. and are now prepared to supply TAKO FLOUlt in any quantities. 4 With new and JmproveT machinery and other apparatus, the present Manager guarantees to supply Taro Hoar that will make a better class of Pol than ever produced. All orders to be sent to W. II. CUMMINS. Manager, at the Factory, Wailuku, Maui ; or to W. G. IRWIN It CO., Agents, Honolulu. 63"may27tfdw FIHE, LIFE, MARINE IHSDKANCB ! Hartford Fire Insurance Co. ASS UTS, 3,033,000. Commercial Assuiauce Co. Fire and MariLO AfcSKTS.815O,CO0.J Ai'glo-Nevathi Assurance Corpor ation, " : FJ re and Marine r il'ITAL (lnlI up) 92.OO0.O0O. South IJritish Fire and Marine Insurance Company. CAPITAL, - 10,000,000. New York Life Insurance Co. ASSETS, 975,000,000. C. O. BERGER, IIONOLULl Oeu'l Agent Hawaiian Islands. f.llai-r28tfdw MARSHAL'S SALE. Ey virtue of a Mr tit of execution issued out of the Supreme Court on the 1 Sth day of June, A. D. 1887,against 15. K-ililiiui!ui, defendant, in favor of A. J. Cartwrjiglit, trustee of the estate of 11. W. Holt, deceased, plaintiff, for the Bum of i?'J!8 o5, I have levied upon and shall expose for sale at the front entrance of Kilakaua H.ile, in Ifono lulu, island of Oafiu, at 12 o'clock m. on Thursday, Julv 21, A.D. 1887 To the higebst bidder, all the ripht, title and in terest of the said I). Kalilimoku, defendant, in and to flie following property, unless naid judg ment, interest, costs, and my expenses be pre viously paid. List of property for sale; Land at Kea5ae, Haua, Maui, R. P. 3,2f.7 I.. C. A. 4,857, to Ohiki; area 1 r)-100 acres. Land at Pahon, Koolau, Maui, R. P. 3,215, to Kalilimoku; area, 13 7-100 acres. . Land at Honokohau, Kapauku, Maui, R. P. 4,615, L. C A. 5,927, to Kapoi; area, 60-100 acre. Right, title and interest of B. Kalilimoku in a certain piece of land at Walanee and Pahou, Keanae, Hana. Maui, described in lease recorded Lib. 45, fol. 481; area, 107 acres. B. Kalilimoku with Kullli (w) of Kulihi, Oahu, made a mortgage to Honuakaha of Honolulu, 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 nui, Kalihi, Oahu; area 4.10 chains. 2. Apana 3, R. P. 1,435, L. C. A. 1,238 to Hoe nui, Kalihi, Oahu; area, 25 100 acre. Terms cash. Deeds at expense of purchasers, JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU, Marshal. Honolulu, June 21, 1887. 723jy21 PACIFIC r la ST-EAM BOOK AN h JOB PRINTING OFFICE i Is prepared to do all kinds of Commercial & Legal Work Having just Received a Complete and New Assortment of M Types and Ornaments Of tha Latest Styles, from tl:e most Cele bra ted Foundries of the United States, and employing only Experienced and Tasty Workmen, we are prepared to turnout Letter Heads. Bill Hends. Circulars. J?te Ileails. ... Statn.ents, Rlllftor I,hIIhk, Contract. Leaner, Snipping Coutrat i. ;In Hawaiian KuijIUIm C'n!$HInt. . Blank 4 trliS. fitork Certittcti". ' I?ttliic ('url. Men" Clieeli. ' Wilk Ticket mitU Cheeks Orders. Receipts, Marriage Certificate. Diplomas. Chi nitticH, SvA In faclererythijasTvhieh at first-clftes 4 ; oHee c:,;i Jo. . Commerc Adverto Stduerftsriiifnts BOATS FOR SALE ! hree Whale boats. Tne decked Whale Roaf, 30 feet lot u, 3 feet deep, O 8 feet wide. Two '22-feet Surf lloats. One 18-feet Surf Boat. 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