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I'ACIFIC . COMMERCIAL ADVERTISE!, JULY U, 1887.
BY ADTHORITY. PP Department of Finance. CAPTAIN JOHN ROSS has this day been ar. pointed Tax Assessor for the District of Hono lulu, in place of F. fl. Hiyselden. resigned. W. L. GREEN, Minister of Finance. Honolulu. July 13, 1887. 740-Jy20 All persons having claims against the Ha waiian Government are requested to send them in with as little delay as possible, to the depart ments responsible for their liquidation. W. L. GREEN, Minister of Finance. Honolulu, July 12, 1887. 739jyl3tf I'OllT or HONOLULU, 11. J. ECLIPSE" SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTES. Now is the time to secure bargains in ladies and children's hats at . Sach's Clearance sale. Come to-morrow and bring your friends to see the mammoth bargains in ladies' hats, from 50c up, at Chas. J. Fishel's lead ing Millinery House. Remnants in colored embroideries can be found at N. S. Sach's clearance sale way below cost. Call early to-morrow Wednesday. July 13. Conqnest, Oxley, 9 H. B. M.'s Esqiuraaalt. Am bktne Amelia, New hall, from Bay, Oal . Stiur W G Hall. Bates, from Hawaii Stmr Kilauea lion, from Hamakua. Schr Canute, from Kuau Schr Wailele, from Kuau, Maui Hchr Rainbow, from Koolau, Oahu days from Humboldt i)t:iMKTiiti:s. Wednesday, J uly 13. Ger bk Cerastes, Brumund, for Royal Roads, B C. Schr Kulamanu, for Hamakua Schr Ueela, for Wai&lua Scbr Luka, for Kauai Schr Emma, for Kauai vessels i.eaYiuir ToJay. Stmr Kilauea Hou, Cameron, for Hamakua, Hawaii Stmr Waimanalo, Underwood, for Waialuaand Waianae, at 9 a m Schr Canute, foi Kuan, Maui Schr Rainbow, for Koolau. Oahu - Genuine bargains in ladies' underwear and corsets at Sach's store. Call at once. The 25, 50 and 75 cent hats are selling like hot cakes at Sach's clearance pale. (M ON & CO, 42 Ximanu Street. essel l ii Port from Foreign ports. Haw bark Kalakaua, C U Henderson, from Yal- paraiso Jol bk Guillermor Sandniann, from Port Townsend, "W T Am bk O O Whitniore, T Thompson, from De parture Bay U S 8 Adams, Louis Kempff, from Acapnlco, via Uilo, Hawaii Am bktne Eureka, Meyers, from San Fran cisco Am bk Forest Queen, J C M Winding, from San Francisco Am bktne Ella, E C Rust, from San Francisco Brit bk Iron Crag, Jones, from San Francisco Nor bark Gydsi, C Ericksfeu, from Newcastle, NSW Just received, ex barkentine II. N. Bangs, largeuantities 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, eateyes and amber. Inspection invited. The Annual Gipsy Encampment. The annual Gipsy encampments have about them a breeziness, brightness, ela tion and interest that you will hardly find among Gipsies of the road at any other season of the year. These pilgriming people have been separated for a twelve month. The same vicissitudes as touch and tarnish us have been theirs. The same good fortunes have glowed upon them. Every one is agog with reminis cential chatter, experience, hopes. They are all alive with overflowing friendships and good spirits. JVo one can do enough for another. Tnrough it all, old Gipsy ballads, roared out by some strapping tinker at one end of the camp, will be caught up here and there until in an in stant, from spaewife to chauvie, all are awhirl with song, ending mayhap in boisterous demonstrations, dancing and laugnrer. Every hour there is a new arrival of hooded wagons which have often trailed their slow wav a thousand miles that their occupants may be with those already in camp. Then, if you do not believo Gipsies have hearts and hold their kind enshrined in them, you should see the rousing welcomes given. The whole camp turns out to meet and greet the newcom ers, lhey are espied and met at a dis tance and fairly vanquished with hand shaking, embraces and kissings. Old ,women are surrounded and led, almost carried. Gipsy children are slung astride oroad shoulders and galloped along mer rily. Men and women are beset by scores pi Kin, who accompany them to the glowing camp fires kindled in their honor Fresh horses are quickly hitched to the dusty wagons and the tired beasts of the road are led to tether and temptin food. And while the wanderers are be- nr - Disadvantages of Barbed Wire. A reaction has set in against the barbed wire fence, the manufacture of which has grown to be one of the greatest in dustries of the country. The wareroorns for the sale of the different patented varieties of the article form one of the most important sections of the hardware district near Fulton ferry. The reason of the reaction is the discovery by the farmers that in substituting the wire for the old fashioned fences and hedges they have driven away the myriads of little birds which used to eat up the worms and similar pests so destructive of the farmer's crops. These birds need the shelter and cover of the hedges which formerly separated the tilled fields. Even if the fence was of wood a thick growth of sedge or long grass grew up at its base which made a retreat for the birds. But with the clean, mathematical division made by the barbed wire the fields be came as smooth a3 a tennis lawn and the unsheltered birds are forced to migrate. In their absence the worms thrive and become legion. The barbed wire became popular with many farmers because it allowed them to sow and reap larger crops, the entire surface of the land becoming accessible, whereas with wooden fences or hedges there was always a margin that could not be plowed or worked. This marginal strip in the case of a large farm made quite a fraction of additional land brought under cultivation. But the ad vantages are seen to be outweighed in many respects by the disadvantages. Not to speak of the injury to cattle, which was one of the first objections against the new article, the farmers now find, after a few years' banishment of the birds, that flies and worms do persistent ctivtrti$mmts. The Leading Millinery' House -OF- Chas. J. Fishel. COR. FORT & HOTEL STS. For two Weeks Only Our Semi-Annual Remnant Sale will take place NEXT MONDAY ing gathered in camp, men, women and damage and are practically insuppres- children radiantlv set about nitrhinrr th.Mr AU upon tne traae nere tents, unpacking their wagons and pro viding every needed comfort with a ioy- ous hospitality putting all more preten tious races to sname. rxigar Lu wake- man in Philadelphia Times. will doubtless make itself manifest at an early day. Brooklyn Citizen. All our remnants will be placed on the Counter, and marked way down. In Ladies' Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats, we are prepared to offer BIG BARGAINS. Remnants in all departments Come and see what we offer von next MONDAY. rvfl IN ram Absolutely Pure. This powder u ver varies. A marvel of purity. strength and vi.olcsomenesa. More economical than the ordinar y kinds, and cannot be sold in com petition with the multitude of low test, short weight, aium or phosphate powders. Soldoklyoi CANS. ROYAb B.UUKQ POWCEil CO.. 106 Wall-Cl S. Y. Mvtt TAHO FLOUR FACTORY, Wallukn, ftlaiu, How " Uncle Tom " Was Written. Hartford furnished none of the insni ration for "Uncle Tom's Cabin." Mrs. A "Word for Criminal Lawyers. I btowe got that when she Was livinsr With It is a mistaken impression people have h.er father on, the banks of the Ohio, but tnat wnen a lawyer defends a criminal he LOCAL AND GENERAL. ei xei'leii rrc-cti roreisfjt lrf. Haw schr General Siegel, Sanders, from French Frisrate Shoal, due Sot 120-3t Am biirk St Lucie, sailed from New York March 26, due beptenober 5-3o Am bk James S Stone, Uarstow, sailed from Boston March 12. due July 50-31 Ger bk Peter Goddef;oy, , sailed from Liverpool May 3rd, due Sept 1-25. Br.t oark Bumali, from Glasgow, due October 15-31 Am ehip Mercury, Palaimo, from Hongkong, due July 20-31 Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due July 18-28 Brit bk Velocity, from Hongkong, due July 26-31 Haw bk Lilian, W Phillips, from Hongkong, due July 19-30 Am bktne Ferris Thompson, C Potter, from San Francisco, due at Kahului July 16-31 Am bk Ceylon, R Calhoun, from fean Francis co, due Julv v-24 Am tern W S Bowne, W Bluhm.from Humboldt Bay, due-July 20-31 Am bktne S N Caeile, It W Hubbard, from San Fraucifico, due July 12-25 Am bktne 8 tJ Wilder, H A Paul, from 8an Francisco, due July 20--1 H 15 M's S Triumph. Rear Admiral Sir Culme Sejmour, from Victoria, B O, due July 10-16 H H M's 8 Wild Swan, Jdo S Halifax, from N America V S S Vandalia (flagship), from Chile U S 9 Juniata, from Ameri. a, due July 8-20 'hilean corvette tspinralda, from South America French frigate Ducrex. from Chile French frigate Florie, from Chile Am ok Edward May, Johnson, sailed from Boston June 23d, due Nov 1-25 Am ship Matilda, Merrinian, from Hongki f. due July 12-31 Supposed to be lost. . PASSE.KSi.S. ARRIVALS. From Maul and Hawaii, per stmr W G Hall, July 13th W R Seal, J M Monsarrat, D T Bald win, W H Cummlngs, E A Bielenbertr, L Turner, W H Halstead and wife, J Seaver, S B Wilson, C H Purdy, Mrs W L Grieve, Hon L Aholo, V J Fagerroos and wife. Miss Kamaua, Mis W J Weight, J Kaoo. Mrs G Velliuth. Ed Smith, Mrs M Butcher, 2 Chinese and 73 deck passengers. SIII1IINCJ NOTES. The schooner Rainbow brought 138 barrels molasses and 150 bags rice from Koolau, J aly 13th. The sailing of tfca German bark Cerastes for Boyal Roads has been postponed, and she has been moved into the stream to be repainted. The schooner Wailele arrived July 13th from Kuau, Maui, with 1,300 bags sugar, which were put on board the bark Forest Queen. TLe Norwegian bark Gyda completed dis charging coal July 13th. She will take in ballast and expects to leave the fore part of next week for Maiden Island to load guano for Europe. The schooner Canute, Captain H. S. Swinton, arrived July 13th in ballast, from Koloa, Kauai. She will leave to-day frKuau, Maui. The tug Eleu has been hauled on the Marine Railway to be cleaned. The steamer W. G. Hall arrived at dawn July 13(h from Maui and Hawaii with 4,997 bags sugar, 91 awa, 57 bags coffee, 5 pfgs, 47 hides and 100 packages sundries. She leaves a?am to-mor row morning. tv ntea.mer Kilauea Hou arrived July 13th The condition of Pablo, the Mexican, i3 slightly improved. A sperm whale drifted ashore at Kau one day last week. Mr. N. S. Sachs has a special notice in our advertising columns. Mr. Lewis J. Levey will hold a special sale of jewelry Saturday evening. The Kilauea Hou reports -very dry weather along the Hamakua coast. The Woman's Church Aid Society meets this afternoon at half-past 2 o'clock. All gentlemen in quest of superior cloth ing should visit Eagan & Co.'s store. A meeting of the Catholic Altar Society will be held at 3 o'clock this afternoon at the Convent. A Chinaman named Aiau stands charged with the larceny of a pier, tht property of Sara Kanoe. The steamer W. G. Hall arrived bright and early yesterday morning from Hawaii and Maui. She brought no particular news. An adjourned meeting of the Board of Representatives of the Honolulu Fire De partment will be held this evening at the Bell Tower. If you want to have a good sea bath, take the 'bus and go out to the Waikiki bath house. Every accommodation will be found there. A. native named Kaia was arrested yes terday for going through the clothes of a Portuguese carpenter who was at work at the Hawaiian Hotel. The "Honolulu Almanac and Directory ' for 1887 is now on sale at J. II. Super's and A. M. Hewett's news depots, and at this office. Price, 50 cents. H. B. M.'s S. Triumph, the North Pa cific flagship, is not coming to Honolulu. She is at Vancouver. The Wild Swan will be due next month at this port. Yesterday afternoon the usual weekly reception was held on board the U. S. S. Adams. Quite a number of our society people were present, and a most, delightful afternoon was spent by all. The Sydney "Herald" of June 10th has the following: "Miss Amy Sherwin, the Australian prima donna, was met on her arrival at Spencer-street Station by a depu tation of the Australian Native's Associa tion and driven to Menzies' Hotel, where a large number of musical artists sat down to luncheon. The toast of Miss Sherwin's health was drunk with much enthusiasm. She will make her first appearance at the Town Hall on Saturday week." is fully aware of his guilt, and that all his efforts tend to disprove liis guilt. It is almost as common as the idea that when a man is accused of a crime it is not for him to prove himself innocent but for the state to prove him guilty. It has been my experience (and other gentlemen m criminal practice with whom I have conversed agree with me) that the men I have defended who have been guilty have invariably told me that they were inno cent, and I have been unaware of the true state of facts until the state has proved them up. Criminals, that is the professionals, are suspicious, and they do not tell their lawyers the exact nature of their cases. They depend upon their the inspiration did not assert itself until years after, when she was living in Maine with her husband. Mrs. Stowe has said that the story of Tom's whipping and death was the first suggestion of the talo that she had, and that flashed itself unon her mind as she was sittinsr in church one bunday. bhe went home, took her pen, and wrote this chapter. She read it to her children and some friends, and thev shed the first of the many million tears that the reading of that chapter had caused to now. So 4 U nele Tom's Cabin' ' was written backward, so to speak, for Mrs. btowe built the story on that chap ter, which is very near the end of the book. It was first published as a serial m The National Era, in Washington, and CHAS. J. FISHEL, Leading Millinery Honse. The Equitable Life Assurance OF THE UNITED STATES. Society COMMENCED OPERATIONS ON THURSDAY, May 26th. and are now Trenn.rrl to annnlv TARO FLOUR in any quantities. With new and improved machinery and other apparatus, the present Manager guarantees to Buppiy iaro r lour mat Will make a hatter f lac oi oi tnan ever produced. ah oruers to be sent to W. II. CTIMMivs juauager, ai tne factory, Walluku. Maui : or to V. U. IK WIN & CO.. Acenta. Honolulu 657may27tfdw BOATS FOE SALE ! hree Whale Boats. vne decked Whale Buat, 30 feet long, 3 feet deep, 8 feet wide. Two 22-feet Surf Boats. One 18-feet Surf Boat. One decked Plunger. 16 feet long, 6 feet 6 inches wide, feet 6 inches deep, with mast and sails. One 2-feet Sailing Scow, decked, with mast and sails. One 12-tcn Lighter, decked. 710JelCtf Boat Builder and General Jobber S. H. BfiOWM T. J. BASS T. J. BASS & CO. importers of and Dealers In Artists' - Materials, Paints, OUb, Glass, Vammbes, Turpentine. Manufacturers of Mouldings, Picture Frames. et ! tr ill and 16 El 111 Mrert liour ftfnrUot SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. C34mayl4tf CAROL AN & CO. IMPORTERSUOF HARDWARE, fron. Steel, Pipe, Mill a& i Mining Supplies. IJI to 113 California Kt., Sau Francisco. auelO Australian Mail Service. hstotfa&uMy LOST. Death claims paid in 188f 100 per cent a Assets, January 1, 1887 $75,510,472 70 A i-iaDinues, 4 per cent Dasis. . . 59,154.597 00 Surplus, 4 per cent basis $16,355,875 76 The surplus is based on the conservative assumption that only 4 per cent interest win oe realized on investments. Assuming that 4 per cent will be real ized, it amounts to $20,495,175 76. KT'ine bUlil'LUS, on every basis of vaiuation.'lS LAK(iKK THAN THAT OF ANY OTHER mfPAW it tup WORLD. . T THE FOURTH OF JULY BALL, A BLACK mree-cornerea shawl. The finder will onfer a favor by leaving tie same at this office. 734jy7tf MARSHAL'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of execution issued 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 R. W. Holt, deceased, plaintiff, for the sum of 9398 o5, "V J I AAV-A UUVU l-L LI. MX I ... . ' I T . , I -r u - , . . - . m . friends to swear them out. Thev tell the ran tnat ratner obscure abolition publi- ew assurance in ib $111,540,203 00 " p ior saie at tain witnesses know and CatKm up to a great circulation. It has n r " . 41iu luaicI any oiner company. entrance oi aiaKana uaie, in iiono- lawyer what certain witnesses know, and these witnesses are summoned. Often witnesses commit rank perjury, of course, but a decent lawyer knows very well that a perjured witness is liable to break and spoil the case, and so, if a witness is sus pected of lying, he is never put upon the stand. No, lawyers are an abused set of men. They have been burlesqued and reviled in fiction and drama and paint ing, and anything will be believed of them nothing sooner than they suborn perjury. It is against their interest to do this, and if they won't give a lawyer credit for morals, perhaps they will for looking out for his own interests. Law yer in Globe-Democrat. . since been translated into more than seventy different languages, and has a steady sale even to this time. T A 1 A 1 1 iiitiit;!- lurougu ignorance or misior- eanization oft sj? 78? m tune Mrs. Stowe profited far less than she Total income ia sts'tjw iq snouia nave clone by the enormous sale of premium income 16,272,154 62 this book. She has received more for the The English "Column Editorial." The column editorial is an abomination and ought to go. A man who can't say all there is to be sid on almost anything in less than a column ought to be sen tenced to six months of hard labor in the "School of Journalism," until ho had learnt the art of condensation. But it is the exact length of the editorials that worries me. I suppose the folks in The Telegraph and Times and Standard offices tliink the world would cease revolving if there were a couple of lines, more or less, than just a column in an editorial. They ought to risk it some day, if only to see how universal chaos would seem after some thousands of years of regular re volving. The most painful instance I know of tliis sort of thing is the even column of the first page of The Even ing Standard. Some unfortunate man is condemned to write every year 313 different columns on 313 different subjects, and each sub ject treated -. is to have exactly the same number "of ? lines! "What mathematical padding there must be to make a half col umn subject stretch the required length! I wonder how long the doomed man lasts under the strain! To what lunatic asylum ages he retire when his column dominated brain succumbs, or does The Standard keep its own private asylum, as the west ern desperado kept a graveyard for his victims? Luke Sharp in Detroit Free Press. copyright of some of her other booka than she ever got for 'Uncle Tom," and she has never received a cent of royalty tor tne dramatizations, some of which have been very profitable. She would have been poor had her income been lim ited to that received from the sale of "Uncle Tom." Her other books have sold well, and she is reputed to have accumulated something like $100,000 from her works. A shrewd book pub lisher of Hartford told the writer that if Mrs. Stowe's rights in "Uncle Tom" had been properly protected she would have realized at least half a million dollars from that work. New York Sun. - - A Polite Man. It TTT1 a m. . v nac a polite man Mr. Geestring, the vio linist, appears to be!" "Indeed? I hadn't noticed it." "Oh, yes; bowing and scraping Outstanding assurance 411.779 098 00 lulu island of Oahu, at 12 o'clock m.on iarger man tnat or any other company. Paid policy holders in 1880. . 8,336,007 90 TilUrSUay, J UlJ '21, A.D. 1887 Paid policy holders since or- io the higebst bidder, all the ripht, title and in terest of the said B. KalilimokuJ defendant, in and to the following property, unless said judg ment, interest, costs, and my expenses be pre viously paid. Larger than that of any other company, IMPROVEMENT DURING THE YEAR. Increase of prem. income .?2,P10,475 4o Incraseof surplus, 4 percent basis. 2.49"!63 63 Increase of assets 8,957,085 26 Policies issued on all the plans, with all the guarantees and concessions. For full particu lars apply to ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT, 632 may!2 '88 No. 3 Kaahumanu street N. F. BURGESS, Expressman & Drayman, 84 KING STREET, Telephone No. 202. 709jel6tf HONOLULU. Residence, 152. H. MORE & CO., Blacksmiths and Special Notice. NO. 73 KING STREET, HONOLULU, H. I. Ships' Flacksmithin? and Oenora.1 Wnrt r1nn in a first-class manner. Sheet Iron Work of all Kinaa attended to. 707-iunel5tf A Heavy Punisbmeut. The man Lewai Kaawa, who stands charged with rape by ravishing or carn ally abusing a little girl three years of age, was brought up in the Police Court J yesterday morning and pleaded not guilty. The case was remanded to the 19th, as the prosecution were not quite ready. The prisoner's defense will be from Paauhau and 40 head cattle from the Island of Kahoolawe. The Kilauea ilou sails again this afternoon. The steamer Waimanalo brought 100 bags taro and 2,000 oranges from Waianae. She leave again this morning. The American barkentine Amelia, Captain William Newhall, arrived yesterday and an chored off port. She brings a full load of lum ber to Messrs. Allen & Robinson, and will come Into port this morning to unload cargo. The steamer Ewa brought 700 bags pjiddy from Pearl River, July 13th. J The bark Kalakaua baa been hauled back Into stream. - Trf?s 9. Conquest arrived July 13th, nine days from Esquimaalt, and -wai moored In the stream between th V. 8. S. Adams and the bark .perastes. v u ' . FT Tlie JSTew' Constitution. The P. C. Advertiser office has printed the new Constitution ia pam phlet form. It is inserted in the Hono lulu Almanac and Directory,' which also contains the old Constitution, and will be sold at the old price -fifty cents a copy. ; - ' . r ' . The moat wonderful values in ladies' and misses' trimmed and untrimmed hats ever offered in Honolulu are at Fishel's leading .Millinery House. - ' - boysvho were near the house. The punishment for rape is very heavy. Sec tion 2 of chapter IX of the Penal Code says: "Whoever ravishes or carnally abuses and knows any female child under the age of ten years, shall suffer the punish ment of death or imprisonment for life at hard labor, in the discretion of the Court.' ' All About Fifty Cent. In the Civil Court yesterday Manuel Reist, a well known hack driver, sued ilr. M.Leslie for 50 cents. Manuel stated in evidence that on June 30th Leslie en gatjed his hack at the corner of Punch bowl and Beretania streets. He toqk Leslie and his wife to Mr, Smith's house, on Kukui street, and charged them fifty cents. Lc?Iie offered twenty-five cents, but it was reiused. The correct fare is fifty cents. The defendant Leslie admitted he en gaged the hack, and with his wife were driven to Smith's. He tendered twenty five cents, but Manuel threw it back at his feet. The Court gave judgment for plaintiff for the amount claimed. Pet Phrases in the Pulpit. All who speak or pray in public would do well to look closely into the words they use and ascertain just how many pet phrases they have. Our pastor was noticed never to use the word prosperity without adding "perfection and glory." The regular tracks of thought sometimes betray a speaker. Thus, one of our min isters, speaking in the pulpit of the late Horace Cooke called him Horace Greeley, there being a well worn track that united Horace and Greeley. And another spoke of sufferings of our Lord in the garden of Eden, the tracks between garden and Eden being better worn than that between garden and Gethsemane. When a mind is in ruins it often runs in these well beaten tracks. A very eloquent Presby terian divine happening to use the word Peter in one of his sermons, paused and said, "Peter, Peter, pumpkin eater." This was the last time he was permitted to occupy the pulpit. Christian Advo cate. The Gems Now Worn. Fancy gems are no longer the rage. Cats' eyes, except those in actual use by the cat, are not esteemed as of old. The alexandrite, green by day and red by night, has dropped in price; pink pearls are cheaper, and spinets, star sapphires, green garnets, opals, turquoise, lapis lazuli, aquamarines, jacinths, topaz, canary diamonds and tourmaline are lower now than for many years. Rubies alone are riding a bull market, and they alone when flawless and of the true pigeon blood hue. AN ACCOUNT OF DEPARTURE FOR THE V Coast the undersigned requests all accounts due him to be paid before July 23d, and all ac counts standing over four months not paid by that date will be .handed for collection without further notice. N. S. ItACHS. July 13, 1887. 7Ujy23 Clans Spreckels Wm. G. Irwin. CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO., HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, Draw world. Exchange on the principal parts of the WM. McCANDLESS. IS o. 6 l ii eenS tree t, Fish Market. Dealer in choicest BEEF. VEAL MUTTON, FISH, etc. Family and Whipping Orders carefully attended to. Live Stock furnished to vAsels at short notice, order. and vegetables of all kinds supplied to 29 tf JOHN PHILLIPS, . Practical Plumber, Gasfitter AND Coppersmith, - 71 King Street, Honolulu, H. I. JOB HOUSE AXD kiiip WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Will receive deposits oa o en account, make collections and condnct a general banking and exchange business. Deposits bearing interest received In their Sav ings Department subject to published rules and reprnlatlo.is. 17oc3tf At the Ciuo "Upon my soul, Dob son, you are the dismalest company I know of since that Brown girl gave you, your conge. I never saw a fellow take the mitten so wretchedly." "Wretch edly! Haw! Vetched isn't a name fawit. You can, aw, f awncey how wetched I am when I tell you I, don't cayaw a wap how my, bweeches fit me.' Town Topics. aw, aw, MACFABLAtfE & CO., XTTOIOIVESAIJE DEALERS AND UEIV IT erai joooers in vv m ana LIQUORS. Jfo, 12 JEIaafinmana Street, IIONOLTTLTT. 28-tf M. PHILLIPS . & Co., I importers and Wholesale Dealers in Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Men's Furnish ing and Fancy Goods. No. 11 Kaahumanu Street Honolulu, H. I. 25tf-wtt CLAUS SFBKCKKU. wm. rmwiM. WM. G. IRWIN & Co., SUttAK FACTORS and AGISTS, Honolulu H. I. Commission 18-tfwtf , H. HACKFELD & CO., GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. 26 tf Queen St., Honolulu, H.I. ED. HOFTSCHLAEGEE & CO., Importers A Commission Merchants. Qaeen Street, Honolulu, H. . 27-tl Bath Tubs, Water Closets, Wash Bowls, Plumb ing Goods of all kinds always on hand. 705-junel5tf Wholesale and Betail Dealer in every kind of JTresh, Salt, Smoked. Pickled and Dried Fish. Removed to Clay-St. Market, 515-517 Merchant St. BAN FKANCI9CO. K7myl'88 VVENNEE & CO. 82 Fort Street, Have on hand New Foreign and Homemade Jewelry. Watches, Bracelets, Necklets, Pins, Lockets, Clocks, And ornaments of all kinds. Silver and Gold Plate Eleg-ant Solid Sliver Tea Sets. Suitable for Presentation. ENOBAVLVO List of property for sale; Land at Keanae, HanjJIaui, R. P. 3,267 L. C. A. 4,857, to Ghiki; area 1 50-10ftacres. Land at Pahou, Koolau, faaui, B.SP'.t2, to Kaliliraoku; area, 13 7-100 acres. Land at Honokobau, 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 laT.d at Walanoe and Pahou, Keanae, Hana, Maui, described in lease recorded lib. 45, fol. 481; area, 107 acres. B. Kalilimoku with Kulili (w) of Kulihi, Oahu, made a mortgage to Ilonuakaha of Honolulu, dated Nov. 13, 188.3, recorded Lib. 8C, folio 118-0; B. Kalilimoku mortgaging the above described lands, and Kalili (w) the following lands to wit; 1. Apana 1, R. P. 1,195, L. C. A., 1,238, to Hoe nui, Kaiihi, Oahu; an a Unchains. 2. Apana 3, B. P. 1,41)5, L. C. A. 1,238 to Hoe nui, Kaiihi, Oahu; urea, 26 100 acre. Terras cash. Deeds at expense of purchasers. JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU, Marshal. . Honolulu, June 21, 1887. 722jy21 FOR SAN FRANCISCO. The new and fine Al steel steamship ZEALANDIA," Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be du at uoneiuiu rrom Nyclney and Auckland on or about JULY 29, 1887, Arft will leave for the abwve port with mail and passengers on or about that date. For freight or passage, having SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., A . .... AGENTH. For Sydney and Auckland. Tne ner and fine Al steel steamship "MAEIPOSA," Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be due at Honolulu from Han Francisco . . or or about August 5, 1887. And will have prompt diapatcn with mails and passengers for the above ports. For freight or passage, having SUPERIOR AC COMMODATION.H, apply to Wm. (h Irwin & Co., -'4 .w.EJVTN OVER NICHOL'S STORE. FORT STREET next the Shooting Gallery. Pictures, Port raits and Views. First-class work. Satisfaction guaranteed. t 114ap2 . T. A. GON3ALVE8. Wm. G. Irwin & Go PACIPIC Commercial Advertiser OFFER FOR SALE: S XJ GrZJ 1a S DRY GRANULATED In Barrels, . Half Barrels, And 30-pound Boxe. Ia Half Barrels And 25-pound Boxen, lu ?.0-pouad Boxes. GOLDEN CUBE- POWDERED C COFFEE In Half Enrrels AN NATIVE A Specialty. JEWELRY Repairing: In all Its branches. ST Sole Agents for King's Eye Presi vers. : ' t-mar9-lyS FRAHri GERTZ, .... . . t - . liiipi icr ana Mniuiiciurer , Of all .Descriptions of BOOTS SHOES B-Ordm from the other Islands solicited. Ill Fort St., Honolulu, 59 diwL' STEAM BOOK AND JOB PKLNTING OFFICE 1 prepared to do ail kinds of Commercial & Lega! Work Having juat Received Complete and New Assortment of i. Job Types and Ornaments Of the Latest Stvleg. from tl,o brated Foundries of the United States, and employing only Experienced and Tasty Workmen, we are prepared to turn out Letter Deads. Bill Heads. Circulars. iVte Heads. O Staten.en ts. , Bills of sutisiar. Contracts. Mortsaxc Blanks. IVeases. WSiIppftij: Contracts. '(Ia Hawaiian A EngUth) Calendars. Blank Cheeks, Stock Certificates. Basf ness Cards. Heal Clxecks, Milk Tickets. Bank CHeeks OrtSers, Receipts, ... Slarrlasre Certltlcares. Diplomas, - 9 Catalogrties. - Blotting: Pails . . Ajid in fact everything which a Crst-class ,' office can do. TJEA.S Blue Mottled. Soap Sl LM.OIST Cases Corned -Beef. FL QU R Cs Medium Bread. O I Ei S FUEL and LUBRICATING. LIME J CEMENT Galvanized Iron Roofing RIDGING SCHEWS and WASHERS. Sugar Bags 22 x 3(5. CORDAG-E. Manila na ial. Panana Twin, Whale Lie RuedV Felt Steam Pipe and Boiler Covering. GRASS SEEDS, ' HILL TIMBERS. "A" TENTS, (suitable tor cadiv . in and" surveying paruea. 22 xl