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k J f (I if I M f I ihrm WUI- luw. K.' - 111 I Oat 7 fiir" Nnrr BoU. ( If: n'-tct. Lighter. ,w VOL. VI. NO. 1G8. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, JULY IS, L887. Txir .. ----- - ,; -.-. -"-BVf: A if if riwriss-' 0 IIP ' f'Pf fl 1- I; 1 Hi ' J ( 1 j I' ; 75e 5 N In A V i hktne Am - Cal ; 7 I- '9 r 1 i 5 Tfi DAILY Cfflinercial Advertiser :s PUBLISHED Kvoiy Moniiis Except Sundays. jL'HSCRIPTIONS : Iiaii.y i c. A3v'KRTrsi:R- one yar je oo Daily I. V. a'KRTikk, aix months 3 00 Daily I. ( ,J'KK rtr.n, threp Luontlva 1 50 1aii.y P. c. XO"- Pr month 50 Wekklv 1'. 3KK, one year 5 00 Vi piiiii sub- - ' f. C. A. (including io-itaf,...lMf' - . S 50 Payee f .riabbj in A'Jvance EXEfiuSE FOR THE FAIR. Strenjfthwu'nc the 3Iiuop( of Hie Cheek, fashionable Figures. Can yea imagine a woman .seated on her chair c home anl iokin one cheek with onetingfr by the hour day after Jajv Cuajou easily picture to yourself a.notl er wanan working her lower jaw ii' essantlr and mot vioroulv an hour or two every day for u month? Yet this if. done brour sisters and our cousins and our aunts all over town. The reason thef do tii- is that thev are not s;itisried with their faces. This one lias a depres sion in h?eheek, ami that is what the is poking will her tinker. She expects so to htren&aeii the i ntt.se les in her cheek as to make it full and plump and round, as it ought-to be, and used to re in hr libvhool Tlie other one is working her Iow-t jaw in order to develop the lower Irt of h-r face, which she thinks is not round and curving enough: or, if she is married, she wants her face to look as well as the. plumpest among her lady friends. There is a little book in current use which gives the ladies the necessary instructions for joking this part of the race and working the other, and it is this iittie boci that is giving our women this novel erajJoyiiient. rrVr;..v'inual for encouraging the vanity of worn J'dso gives instruct ion in the art of dev('i.rig the arms and necks and busts of ic sex. but what it proposes for thtui ti" is only, after al!. what they i:i- doitai d have een doing always for thvir x? improvement. A man exer i i- i-s fcS'is health a woman for her lx)ks. lie growth of fashionable life, v-v.h tl-attendant increase of the use of necri reuses, lias set many and niany '.un h eJ.f wonien who want to shine in i- yitrty tracking their brains and busy i.ig tiieijclves toward improving their iV.peari'k ifany women who want to ar k ball and dinner drt-ss find ti'.te. are quite useful in their v. -. Inahave no right to exose them f '. . - jus where a fair, suvioth surface . :esirc." To sink tluse out of sight ;t tljullness of a fashionable neckoi wrhut is giving many a pugilist - -i fet:ir. master anl gymnaaium iiciiagerA-ealth and business just now. The 'Win en are doing much, jrhaps, makerhemselves healthy and pretty an thetever did or had a chance to do mxlen. times before. Horseback rid iwiag. swimming, walking, exercis- is. jrvmnasiums. sparring, playing i-.e--. that strengthen muscles and de r onns:, and studying hygiene with ?'i.vTle4:!idv and aii much fun as rossi- t-are onie of their devices. Why, our.g women are undergoing a revo litj.! Their mothers don't know what t'aie of them though candor com P".he ailmission that a great many of Others are paying a.smuch attention to- subject a.s "any one except that lav not all have the new science dovf-nelv as that lily of the ttage hof-sCTii.ed in the provincial papers a ti- a cold batli every morning to prest'her health, washing her face with 1 .?roarn instead of water so as to avoict-kiea. and walking like a iost- xaan ' herself rnu.seular. New ' ' uif.verinjj I"uiries Letter. .. Eveiin this bu.sinc-ss like age, every--lung i.Ione by system, and not even tho sraiifi inuiry by mail is supposed to reniaii.i.manswen.l, there is now and f ' a f lid a business man who does not ; .11 tc duties .f a corresp indent. Such a ..ne t.is the liead of a large agency in one of ur seaboard cities, who had. in fout r i.is desk, a long row of pigeon holes, a ot them markil 'unanswered letters, 'an', all stuffed full. Wh loi't yu answer those letters?" : vLsitotikd of him one day. 'YVh; would U"; the u .-?" lie nn- ' .envl. Why, they would only go and i to tone aain:' Ilar,U"ti;r :jian. a lawyer, was found bv In the lait .it aller day .-ittin in front of an o',e"ii "Diary of a Ivxsitf . wi a IxU e!bo. s n his knees and hi pnblished. We in on is hand-, watchir-'' a gTeat heap trie- -s'-.r.rl-T- C..t..t - - . . r . , "uri:uuiia.iK fiercely III Uie jriaie, , -M div.n..rviaVV-.r T .,. , ...... I . X: i 1 a buf-'. t;.A . i . I a," C"; 'h' iruiVsai'l the Lnrvor. .-'"w "" "V T'hat art' To1J alnt?" ' ' ev.I'Z'nr t' in In3" com-j cadence !" j :: and tt'nt rVer. as ilf uAnted to the letter j Ph:i iru Gonial ' in :h rat- in the rrate. j orthv of nov that the aciit who J tt hii rcvjxjnilenLs woul.l ; ' She rTarl I'..- LC'ttie Lit--vaite-f'cm.m ajm u fie answc-n-l tJif ir me nad your p!. Ah his iace, vhile the lawyer ; ot hie is very long. of t-anur' ,n income other t Ltxtte A little tLe t rt a' xfssion. U-rc is no jfer I suppc-se. man ca. fAlvi- thn Pon.v,t.hy ..iecidUy That ott ail ,,ur letters are know, tWauo I har ora oi.U-ly aJi-cre ,v ,Uir.. married. chat elv , Ujy if ia L u dalptia Call. 1 (on go Mamr. rood Mother (with baby) ' ,rKimer n ' loes look soI:ke his father, doesn't h hn, will can- a ilr. B- ha: I shouldn't miru- to squirt h,t kt, M lng M ls U fcltby'We-Aa -tiv is to h, dec. , . . - , 'u'11" HOME DECORATION. Hints That Will Kimble Lady Reader to Indulge in the Latent Kiuks. IJirch bark continues in favor for covering waste-paper baskets or catch alls for worsteds. American leather paper, in white ami gold, is a popular material among; London house furnishers. j For cleaning windows use chamois I skin instead of cluth, if you wish bright, pollIied surface. 1 , t .1 . , , j. 1 hciap baskets are made of birch hark. the borders finished with strips of voun'T f birch, twisted into the desired shape am'if held in place by huge bows of ribhA There is a great demand for M-- : mats to paint uon. lite matei; , . .t used for panels in screens, fo; j panels, also as an adjustable t1- ? i t i .d Indian game baskets, whose , : re construction allows plenty of is -in a pair of slippers on either . a handle to hold the odd. arch place. A sensible and artisti. made of teakwood. Th right, having on top of shelf with open front ck- 2! id fas w ic A short eiirt.'iin nf brio ' over the front of the bookcase, a-'uehi.; ' with pi.puant beauty the wholestruct ate. A ke' cabinet is made of 3idn wco. the doors being ornamented with dang ling keys and ribbons, inlaid in mother of pearl. The inside of the cabinet is lined with pale green velvet, while over every- key hook a silver ph.te bears the name of the kev belonging, to it. This is exquisite housework. The old corner cuphoam fixing de veloped in high art style; t MLvver por tion used as a closet whil shelves above are left opeu for A. 4gery cur tain, or covered by close'I'orjf nlate glass, stained glass or open f'Jft-work, lined with bright-colored silk, i, A large wall pocket forthe g eception of newspapers is made of bam 'jl o canes. Select a space between, two windows, have a large block of .rood 'placed on the floor, with holes lored to receive the end of the cane, -Ahich should be well plunged ami secured jby putty if not firm in the socket. Cp tine canes, attach them by br:ues chid;, putting one cane across the t'p. Jdd in place b ribbon bows. CariTtlJ- chains from top of canes to the wall or window enoiign for (.'uiivca.i' TinT" f'.ni CT)rrr- Iort to pojie h iiu mi.i.-)i na e ajci s and magazines at h ind for ready ue. Cellar windows would lose their gloom if over the small panes of glass cine would paste bright Japanese pic tures; the small trail-parent napkins will answer, for tLey can be covered, with pa-te. the tough liber of the paper allowing plenty of rubbing to put the picture upon the glass evenly and se curely. For table serviiedo not buy all color. of fancy glass o Irariegated china. Se lect plain white, 'of good form, addin.? color only in -.mall articles, like the ceU-ry gca-s f lacy salts or the fruil dishes. A plaii, .white service, with glass upon tbc tel tray, ami a bright silk "tea co-y" zf-v the earthern tea pot, is at once -iiiiable in every home, and is purely :ii ;ric and useful. A pretty aJ lgement for hall or room has a coijfr closet of fancy wood, carved over door and along the border of the -fves which till the lower space. In tlfitorner above the closet fasten a leng'S f bright China silk or any bit of dejldive material, allowing the length tfB-l in folds to the iloor on .? iide-',"-e two widths and alioW the drapervfall on either side, draw ing the fula hack hear the center ami holding it i;ace with a bunch of fancy feathers ormpas grass. Umbrelhases for hall u-e are m.id.i of mattinging a straight piece fr the back, tile the front i made Joo-e. caught at tervals bv bow- of ribbon or rope dr n through wooden or !r as rings. Aich to the wall with hook and rinj It i really a huge wall pocket fc umbrellas. A colic girl in tkes delightful little I tables, -eful and arti-tic, by u-ing a .-uppor; two saw hor-e-i. with m t.-ible toj o'J.A-.um Iv.-nrd. The hr-es mi paint-' black and etehe.l with ic-)A paiiitiie tabletop i-cov.-ri-d w it 1; il - t ,ii- fpiiii- o air; ruio iiiiiin' nl i f ii ; i '-. i-:Hi'i2 f- . I the f lii'l" the ii'.vri'l' initl.ll ' 1 li'e ;-oio knottetl into ;t i-o-e bo a knot. i'tn.l P-ibte textil-, are th" h.t.-t nirnio-t cxclu-ivc .Imp-rie- tor artt-tie j it.n-.r. The ,.,ft. yciiow toneS ,w,nv. j h'uin:r n.tnk.-n nnl A in'-ricaii e..tt-n i ;f" jt, natural stitt, jrove la.-titi in ; P or ;lnd erv elT.-i tive in drajdn?. It .i , vvork of Anif-rican w..inen ami i- j )t)r(. hv h;lll, Aue-i iean ..,-, to.m ,.;,,. "irrowii coffof.. ' ( i . ... i . l ....... . ITf lll'l'Ie Of (. .1 J ii ! ,i : u . ii-in; ,i i ii '---'"iriiel'e't il' ( e ,f the h'l'tl d, Avhi ' ll ?I.u'd he covered with -ilk or cretonne, flu' ei!'--i tini-lif-d with cord, 'line. j ece- are ieju ! r'd : j'in tle-m carefully. !i;a'Kin a d.-cj' r-cctacte, three -idvd. L'r j sllDt'Ol't Ue t h l'o; c;i ;i e f i -1 e n i i , ' them ah.nf th- -c;1n with ribbon or fancy cord, and tin- the .- t.e" th.-r uith'a. Imw low f'f ribbon or cord and t.u. Marion A. McLlruU-. i X V 1 .Graphic. ROV'AL INSURANCE C. XMP'Y OF LIVERPOOL. CAPITAL - I O.OOO.OOO UNLIMITED LIABILITY. mnrnue, 01 al! ,lrri,tlo.s F will be effwwd at Moderate Kates of ITf m oin, by the undersigned, vvjt. o. irwix a co 3f'-J-fcwt Managers for n. islands UNION Fire and 3Isiriii(- Insurance Co. r Ke Zesvluna AIMTAL, fclO.OOO.OOO. Having Ustn.I'H-!''! an Aj;ey ni lloiioiulu. lur the Hawaiian Islands, tne un dTs:gned are prepared to accept risks against Fire In dwelli!is, stores warehouses and uierc-haiidtse, on favorable terms. Marine risks on cargOj freights, bottomry, profits and commissions. jAe promptly iMijnsted A iayaMc 19dwtf WM. ('. IRWIN &. CO. Tlie Iisdon. Iron & Locomotive Works, Corner of Beal and Howard Streets, SAN VRANCISCO C ALII OKN1 A W. II. TAYLOR. . . JOS. MOoltE President . .Superiulendeut "F UILDERS OF STEAM MACHINERY, IN ALL l its branches: Steamboat. Steamship, Land Engines and Boilers. High Pressure or Com pound. STEAM VESSELS of all kinds built complete with hulls of wood, iron or composite. ORDINARY ENGINES compounded when ad visable. STEAM LAUNCHES, Eargesand Steam Tu-b con structed with reference to the trade in which they are to be employed. Speed, tonnage and draft of water guaranteed. SUGAR MILLS and Suaur Mailing Mobir.ery made after the most approved plans. Also, all Boiler Iron Work connected therewith. WATER PIPE, of Boiler or Sheet Iron, of any size, made in suitable lengths tor connecting together or Sheets Rolled, Pum bed and Packed for shipment, ready to he riveted on the groncd. HYDRAULIC RIVETING, Toiler Work and Water Pipes made by this establishment, riv eted by hvdraulic riveting machinery, that finality of'work being far superior to naud Work. SHIP WORK, Ship and Steam Capstans, Steam Winches, Air and Circulating Pumps, made fter the most approved plans. SOLE AGENTS and manufacturer for the Pa cific C'oant of the Heme Safety Boiler. PUMPS Direct Acting Pumps for irrigation or city works' purposes, built with the celebrated tfrrr v.t-i umruir . ta.uiv other J. N. S. WILLIAMS Honolulu .Room No. 3. upstairs, Spreckels' Block, 5'lmarl2l.twtf Agent for Hawaiian Islands. A if g & It SO. ' FOIt-T VTREKT. fOpposlte Wlldor tt Co.'S H. J. Holto, Propr. cpin ym s a. m. till if) r. m URST-fLiSS Ll'M'HKS. 10ITEK, TE, SODA M ATI) II, (il.M.l.K Al l;, OiJM stnl Tobaccos OF BEST BRANDS Plain and Faucy II IKS versonall selected from the Manufacturers, and a Larg. Variety of BEST QUALITY SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Lcverso BILLIARDS will find an Elegant mm i a mm mi on the Premises. The Proprietor would be pleaaed to receive a f all from hilt Erlends ai.d the Public generally who ina d-ire a M.N1I. A SJIOKE. OK A AMK OI I'U.I I K1S. II. J. X0LTK.. :',i-tf CHUN HOY k CO., UnlflifiiHkers tinl .1 I r rn. V,;,. .ijii vlreet. f.pi "'it'- Merchant' Yx-"hanice 11 iv il-.v f, all kinds. ,i, Land an 1 f-r .!. CL WKS r.f : (Sold and SiIvcrVatc1ies, V.iri'Hia I -n- , indu 11 fit; la-lies wntcLeo. .lLW il.I'.V'.f all 'le-rrl I :i-. tii. il'' ni.'tcil r. n "t rt,v n 1 Kv'ili"" t'.pnit uu'-i t" ii I , l 1 r airl t' 1. Ali", CHINKSK JEWELRY, Of ill kin-l, 1 and "ilver CHINT-.K f'N( '' j -ILK oo !' and PAIVUNo-". AJ-o, in i-or- j i,,e t f.f i,i,.lm,7nr. Artlf'-lil flowers CMi.-e.; j M .-i' al 'w.t'-s, etr., etr. RIFLES, REVOLVERS, SHOTGUNS, wits r itirti.cH t" fin. RF.PAIIts aOep.l..-; to r.-. tly e.-nte-l with t.rornpr.e. iiifludinK all kl:.-N of work in 'mr lin of l.ut ?!. at very low rili. Workmate "'1 ''eriVi'i'i' ar- re.rrtfiil!v Invited to ('.ii.' . r,..r, , tv.i- f.r.p aortriiei.t r,f ne-,? noielo - iiut K'.'.i at our re-w nff, Nuu arm tre. t. CHUN HOY A CO. INTER-ISIiAND Steam Navigation Co. (LIMITED.) STEAMER V. G. HALL, (M ALU LAN I,) BATE - - .. Cammande Will run regularly to Maalaea, Maul, and Kona and Kau, Hawaii. STEAMER IWALAN1, FRFKM AN.. com niand e Will rim regularly to. Nawlliwili, Koloa, Eleele and Waiineu, Kauai. STEAMER C. R. BISHOP, MAC'AULE Y Commander Will run regularly to Hamoa. Maul, and pultui haele, Houokaa and 1'aauhau. Hawaii. STEAMER JAMES MAKEE, WEIR Commander Will run regularly to Kapaa, Kauat. T, R. FOSTER, President. J. Kxa, Secretary. 53-ap7-ly WILDER'S 'STEAMSHIP CO, Limit !.. STEAMER KINAU, tl.orenzc-n. Commander), Leaves Honolulu as per following schedule oucbiiig ut Lahaina, Maaiaea, Makena, Mahu kona, KawaihaeLaiipsnoehoe. Hllo and Keauhou: Comuienoimf on MONDAY'. July 26, l8, and on everv alternate aionclay it 4 p. m., the Klnau wall make the VOLCANO UUP, reaching Keau bou on Wednesday morning, where horses and carriages are in waiting to convey passengers to the VOLCANO HOUSE (five miles in the saddle imd nine miles by carriage,). Passengers by this route will nave two days and two tilgbts at the VOLCANO HOUSE. TICKET-- FOR THK ROUND 'I' RIP TO THE VOLCANO, FIFTY DOLLARS, WHICH PAYS ALL CHARGES. The Kinau will arrive ia Honolulu Sunday mornings on Volcano 'rips. On H.lo trips, wll leave Honolulu on Tuesdays, and return Saturday morning. PASSENGEU TRAINS will connect with Oift Klnau at Mabukona The Kinau WILL TOUCH at Honokaia and Paauhau on down trips from HUo for Passengers if a signal Is made from the shore. 3 filJ x.jai-Hl 13, (Davis, Commanocr). Leaves Honolulu every Monday at P. M tor Kuiinuknkai. Kahului, Hiieio. Hanu and Klpanulu, every week; Keanae, Mokulaii and Nuu every other week. Returning, will stop at the above ports, arriving hark Saturday mornings. For mails and passengers only. STEAMER KILATJEA HOU, (Cameron, Commancler;, Will leave regularly mr Labalna. 1'aauhau, Ko holaleie, Kukalau and Ookala. steameiT'lehua, 'lark, Commander) Will leave regularly for K&kalau, Tlotioinu and Ononua. STEAMER MOKOLIJ, (Mi.Oregor, t:oinmander), I Leaves for the following ports every alternate Monday at p. m.: Commencing May 10th To Katinakakai, Ka rnalo. Pukoo, Lahaina, OPwlu. Returning to Lat -aina, Pukoo, Kamolo, Kaunakakal. Arriving at Honolulu Saturday a. m. Coinriien.-i ng May 0th To Kaunakakal, Lunal, Kamalo, pukoo, Halawa, W'ailau, Pelekunn, Kalaupapa. Returning to Pukoo, Lahaina, (Mo walu. Lahaina, Pukoo, Karnalo, Kan nakakai. Arriving at Honolulu Saturday a. in. arr-The Company will not he responsible tor any freight or packages unless receipted for, tior for personal baggage uniesH plainly marked. Not responsible for money or Jewelry unless plavd In harge of the purser. All po.si'i!e are will be taken of Live Stork, but the Company will not assume any risk of accident MAM'I. O WILDER, President. S. It. RosE, Secretary. OFFICE Corner Fort and 0.neer streets. 55-1 y Mar 30 S. P. TAYLOR & CO., I'niicr Iniiufacturcrs, AND I'l ALI ItS IN' I'sjmt ID-K. Tn'H, i:m. 11 and 41; CI .y sto cf, SAN FRANCISCO I'H.iiCfr arid a" 1 tro ti i mo Pa jier Mill". S iutli foist Pnj.er Mill, Horjuel, Santa Crur. Omnly, C.il. ....IL'J. (m'o. C. SIncvc tV Co., M NI I c'l t'ltlNO a kv ): I j i-: us A fid Importers of IMn.'.tidi, WCrKei. Silver and Silvr Plated W ire. I'e-ora-'l lii ni, Art P.ra (ioodH. fans. Cones, f iii -rell i-i, piilin ar.'l Vienna I.eatl.er Oo'i-l", Oj.eri liUi i, t If.i In, r.to. "lotittfomer.v mill Sutter St.. n:NCI-"" J. IVAKCOVICH & GO. j imrters. w'i"1';;(r,;;;,t;r;ll"u, ''"-"",',"u j yoroiRii &c Domestic rniit, fn'Ki S hi f,i:..ii. and ''.'-I. ff A "R Hantn . FKtKTWO j ; TM l the oM-'.t e. taV.l 1 iil.eil lioi:e In this i tin. of .iiln- iri Sn l'r-rirtr., ret wt ire t'. fill orOiT" of oil klT.'ti In our lln. ) T- gi.iCIU.TV In I'X'KINO a 1 1 H ii'In ft nil II ' for lotiwr litaii' e inirl(t. 1 1 our I'Hlrmioite l Sullrlll-il ;. 1.1 fle-.l 10'BO NOTICE. 1 V. the Mutual Telephone Company, held this day, it was decided to reduce the rent of instruments to 95 per month in the districts of Koolau, Ewa, Waianae and Waalua. A. JAEGER, Secretary Mutual Telephone Co. Honolulu, January 6, 1887. 402-jan-tf MACHINE WORKS Xo. 35 to 31 Fremont tat reft, SAN FRANCISCO. Manufacturers of New and dealers in Second band BOILERS, ENGINES, -AND- Of every Secriptloii. Have constantly in stock New and Second-band WOOD-WORKING MACHINERY, Machinists' Tools, Irrigating and rum ping Ma chinery, Piping, IPipe Fittings, Etc. Catalogues and price lists forwarded upon appli cation. 62yangll WSS FEED CO,, IMPOKXEKS DE ALKRS In HAT AM) (JKAIX, Telephone No. 175. sr.tf T-Mirm T R Sl PTHTIf ) N niiuinsaiH nun neiail Dealers In loiillry, Jhhi. Itnltor, 'lieee, Dr.. V.U:, F.lr. Stalls Nos. 2, 4 and 6 San Francisco Market, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Dlreet Importers r NmIsh f'hevo. 07;ju'v: I,EE(iE vS: MILLS, K .11 P I It K Steam, Coffee and Spice Mills. IiiiMrterH (il'l t'st. 4'oiIet'H, ftpiren. Cbartres Java '.'offee, Yeawt Powder, Creftrn Tar tar, Soda. SaluiratuH, ('round Coffee, For eign and Domestic Matches. . llO-tl'Z ( lay St. let.SiiiHOiiie V Ilatlory HAN FRANCISCO, CAL. p. o. Hos l5wi. t;:if.iuayi::'H8 TELEPHONE 5ft PNTERPRISf? p PLANIXU .MJhh. Alnkea. near tltiern Hi. :ts-tf To tho liiblic. The .PftVific- Tnmsfer Co., Oftirp with the I'nloii feed Co. Hell Telephone 175. Mutual Telei)mnpl7'. I nni fully jrepnreil to 1 nil klr.'lsof ilrayHKe, hiuilliiK or moviiiK wnrk.ftl! of w nlrh I will truai antee to exeeule full htully. 3ily H. K. oKA HAM, Proprietor. eT. I T . S O JJ I I V , Hu''reruor lo J. M. Oat, Jr.. & (o., STATIONERS A NEWS DEALERS, If'ttrnHdn (InarUc Mock. 27 .Merclmiit St., Honolulu. H.I. 41-tf THOMAS LINDSAY .Maiiuracturiti Jeweler, o. OO Mitinii" Htreet, Honolulu, II. I. Prtteulr Hftentlon i'hM to rpjmlrlnir. lOTl SALlri. 'F. IfAVf- A LA Ft'lK N'l'ITY Of I'M" W jiewnp.per. on tianft . whirl, will L" .old fur Vt rent, a hori'lird. They are n.efiil for wri i'lnif iar el., laying unilir rr't., I, c. Aj'VF.irii.fci:T. JldveHisfment$. ATTORSKYS-ALLAW. CURF-VCK W. ASUKoan. roLNKY V AS B FORD. AsliTord Ar Astlorl. ATTORNEYS, COVXSKLLORS, -SOLICITORS, ADVOCATES, ETC. OfUce Honolulu Hale, adjoining the Pos Office. 42dwU JOHN T. DAKE, Attorney and CouuMellor wtliivk, """ Office No. 12, Spreckels lUoct, Honolulu 173 oct21tf CECIL BROWN, ATTOJ spy.AT, Notary PubUe, Calpi.1p. BiniT S'I stfeet ""rr--uaiit 43-1 ymso M THOMPSON. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Office in Can", L .Us B'v.-i.. corner Tort and Merch u; st etts, Honolulu, U. I. PRACTICES IN THE COCRTS.' hPWhen desired, will giv th law in Ti ten opinion, as to the probable result of th contention upon the facts stated 4 tf J. M. HONSARRAT. ATTOEKEYAT LATT AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Real Km tat in any iart of the King dom Bough i..:. Id and Leased on Commission Loans Negotiated aa i Legal Documents Drawn No. 27 Mr.HCIIANT STKEET, Gazette Block, Honolulu. 4A-tf A. 0. Cook & Son, OAK TASKED LEATHER BELTIliG, Lace Leather and Header Irnper, No. 415 Mi rkot street, San Francisco. 442 jan?5'88 IKOTST -BARKv: Foundation Timbers ! l l)K rouudation iimnera. NIZKH 1'! Iiicliew, 12 Feet I .on if. And llxl iudiea, ltt Feet Im. rbeg timlKsrs, as tlmir name nlgnifies, are tiearly an wolid aud durable a Iron, and for foundation purjioseK, or otliera of like tialnrp, i-an not io irpai."ed. W- Irwin & Co. :Uuor2Stf J". Mayhow, roNTRAtrron ani imhi.dkk, H6 Ifotel Hlrr-et. Ilonolnlii. If 1., i1 slti KiiHliion Ktatlei). P. (. lM?i 3(5. KKI.I. THLKPIIONK 53 llwo kln iny line falthhillv done. Plana ami gpeetflcaU...' inadf. Jolidii In all details done at alien lio:'-e. (Jood worn and Imv charge, la my rno'te. H-dor-S-H. Metropolitan Market KIXJ KTKfll, U,-J. V;.-.LLKK, POPHII'.IOH lioloevt Ri- nl' iroiil Hi. I nillles end .h! plnK atip.lfd on sl'OllT NOT I :!" and Rl the Lowest .Market Trices. All treat, delivered from (Ma rnatltet are Mior nmlr etillh-.l ttnn.e.liat Ir utter UllUm hv me: na of a Itelt-foleri.ati Cteol ltr Air Hrfrlijeral r Me.tw, trented retain, all tt. J.Hev frofert . i. uiriliiMl li t n tct KKKP I.ONOI H f A FT K It DUIVKHY I HAN oir.i-.u.. ' Kll.l KDMe I. " ' Ll', T. J. BASl Imrf-rt of mf tints' - v ' M. no. .. ' U Hill Ttl.A.. r . . y " 0UKC Mini l -v:. ""' -". et AN ii:Acisc,.0M 6MtnayHt B. t. MTANt. SpruaiAjJOLAA'OKs lmpar 4.i iMPt)RTnRSe, WHISKIES, 4 j, D w 410 froc Til. SflllMrt 3 aiu'in s Ml - -w - 1 Conlraclt, 0 ESTIMATES FCR.N SAN FNCl " Jt 'r Work done to n iTer. l- T" j . -x.T r X.i Hell Telephone 1 7 lt;ti" CablTietand Carpe, M KINO BTIEKT. " L Vturei's, Biscuit Maipyjv t on. sAssoni: ' 'Ni Kan J s JAMEJi Dl'NN.' Si ""i. luu. THE INTER-ISpIxr -; " IGATIOJjTCti (I, iA.it), '0S,t," Keep conatantly on ,tat FAMILY and ULACKrf.IB'l aaHOrtiuentof UAR IKON. Com ,,. ,,. ' Kr.ncl" Schweitzi m7- Importera and Jou 'hh nialln at ' NTCY C-'-'-kkior' HOSIERY, GLOVES v , White JHl.F.ibrlleiA' ' rliiefM. .HeeK.Jtltoof.v' . U, lilltireuH t'ttilv K29 and 31 Battery St., ST. A 4 v nil I 1 . "'F''..V..Vfa''''n Tin, 'er, frockcrjaiH arew. Miip I.iitr MKnifl v 22 Stew-ill St., bet. iArjrket i.' SAN FKANt,lsCoTZ'Ai Ship and .IoW Work and l"tove Re; kludu a Hperiulty. - TO 1'LANTEl' V o have on hand a oiWunment t' Automatic Trash Ft Furnacesi Foi four and Bre foot fnrnai ea.cotn gr tiara, hearer and trafli rarrlera. of IldH niak ar now Ir, Mirreaaf ui l Hpiei kelHvllle. Makee Hnaar Company lan atiou. Alao, a roiiMlf uuieut l Filter lresMO llav or all the luteal luivrovcmrntu, 1'LANTKIIS AND 0T1! Intere.ti-d are requefited to call and eXT ahove. For-prhea and timber parue ply to Win. (i. Irwin & C 2(tf A. BONE MEAL!! Tho undei-HiKin'il arc tifiw rorCo ccivu (irdor for lliin Cclcht tcl Fertl from the iiiMitifa.-t'.-ry of Utrk A OM Han FranoiKCo: Tli following ia a i'iot t ot ftiK rr. hi t'A jiartn, rh ol.tRitied hy Ch' .'Cat .f t aia: WaliT Organic Mnt'i r. . . . Hilici-'.i! Matter.. T irnr- .- rhoi'iliiil ! ".l. . . Oxide of Ir rr ('arlmiiio Arid Alka Halta ...MS " .art " " 70 ' "..11 " " ' ' . .m " i t;i(. 00 NitroK- n ?.7 p r c"- . ' Ortlcr Rrcciml irifi ho - m -'': and Careful Attnit ion. W. G. Irwin & Co., At-enta or t'ie lUrtsiian laltno. :itf - v MONTHLY PAYMENTS. 3 .r- Alvertl.ln a k. , All aeeoiinia t.r at the I'arlfle oiiiiiiet c 1 ziuC!(ER CO 1 ll I 111 I I I I A 1 T OrTlre will from VT,'";;;" nient rnotiilif ' ' ! L l', ' i 5 .mm(,(, in fffeventl.: !.l '9iAaAaVWllT'l lfr'l, P".r4urV ' ..y-- -p- firrr- If I '1 ' '! . .