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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JULY I'd, lbt-7.
- THE DAILY Pacific Commercial Advertiser IS PUBLISH KD r a r ....... Hi V JIV I U K iS 1 IN jr. TKKM OF M HN4 Kll-I lo, Per MO'ira no Six month 3 Per month 50c -abtirrlitfofiH rllo AIhn)Iii Al VMax. Coram on Ice lion s from all part of the Kingdom will lwj- be very iwrpptable. I'ftrscnd residing in any pan, of the C'nlted sta-s r.Hii remit the amount of subscViptlon due by Tost Ofilce moriey order. Matter Intended for publication In the editorial column!! should be addresaed to Kditob Pacific Commkbcial Auvkrtiseb. Business communications and advertisements nould b addressed simply ' P. C. AnVKETIHKR, ' And not to individuals. T H K Pacific Commercial Advertiser Is now for Bale daily at tlie f r.llswlnK Places; J. H. SOPER Merc nan t street A. M. HEWETT Merchant street T. O. THRUM Fort street ' WM. 8TRAHLMANN Hawaiian Hotel Five Cents per Copy. WEDNESDAY Julv iMth. FIRE DEPARTMENT ELECTION. At the recent meeting of the Board of Representatives of the Eire Department a communication was read from the Minister of the Interior ordering a new election for engineers to be held on Monday, August 1st. A motion was made to have the election ostioiied to Wednesday, August .'id, providing the Minister had no objection. His Excel lency appears to have had no objection, aa the Secretary of the Department an nounces the election for the latter date. It will take place iu the evening. The polls will open at 7 o'clock and close at 9 o'clock. In order to le entitled to vote, members will have to iossess the necessary certificates of membership, otherwise they will be disqualified. The election will be carried out strictly ac cording to law. A Birmingham, England, firm have just beer, intrusted by the Chinese Government with a contract for the sup ply of the machinery for producing a new Chinese coinage. This contract, which is the largest of the kind that has ever been placed, is to supply within a year from date ninety coining pree-es and all the necessary machinery fitting up a mint in China. n;r A Prussian Colonel, one Goltz, who holds the post of instructor in the Turk ish army, was present recently at the outpost exercise of a rifle corps at Lub ber, where some very interesting ex Ieriments were made with dogs trained for keeping up communications in time of war. Goltz Pasha was surprised and pleased at the ierformances of the dogs, and expressed a conviction that the in troduction of such a service in the Asiatic mount un districts of Turkey would be most advantageous. He considers the Asiatic shepherds' dogs especially fitted for tl is service in places where horses cannot be used. In some districts of England the prac tice cf taking opium is said to be very prevalent. Recently a case was re ported from Liverpool, in which the wife of a baker had contracted the evil habit. Her usual three-pennyworth failing to procure sleep, she sent for an other, which, taken on top of the first, effectually prevented her from waking any more in this world. A boy; seems to have been sent in each case, and no objectiou made to serving him, nor does it seem that the chemist in question did anything out of the way in supplying the drug. ne writer, commenting on tha case, declares that "in North Wales laudanum is sold as freely as if it wore as innocuous as ginger beer," but this must surely be an exaggeration. The question is corning up in the States as to whether typewritten signa tures are legal. Owing to the vast amount of matter written by typewriting machines it is not unlikely that an occa sional signature to an important docu ment will be found to have been made in this way. A legal authority of note gives it as his opinion that the intention of the law is to regard such signatures as simply evidence that the maker of the document wished it to be valid. The law would not, therefore, bear so much upon how the maker signed it as to whether he signed it all. A man's name written in his own handwriting is evi dence that it is his signature. A type written signature is no evidence in itself that it was written by the person whose signature it purjtorts to I?. It would Bem, in view of these facts, that tin signature would le good cm nigh in ordi nary caws, but would require evidence to prove that it is what it pretends to lie. Iolu.nl College School. The closing exercises at this school will take place on Friday, the L'L'd inst., at 2 p. in., in the new schoolroom, fol lowed by athletic shirts. Tin parents and friends of thn lioys and all interested in the school are cordially invited, and are requested to accept this not 'we, as lotteri of invitation will not t issued. THE RAPE CASE. lriii-r omnilin i 1 li the Nil. In the Police toutt yesterday he VI j kaawa, who remanded from the join, iiaiM vhiii iuji- o i.j-i.i.i ! carnally abusing a female named Malie j Mahiehie under the ue ot ten year.-?, ; was put on trial. W. (.'. Achi appeared for him, and Deputy Marshal I'aliia con ducted the case for the Crown. The little child as iu Court with its parent.-;. The prisoner, Kaawa, is a surly looking fel low, and did not seem to take very much interest in the proceedings. The first witness called was Dr. F. L. Miner, who testified to examining the child and the result. Nawela (w), sworn, f-tated 'enele is my husband; we live at Makela. I was at home on the 11th inst. Am the mother of the child Mahiehie. .She is three years and threw months old. On the 11th I went to the prison, and on returning found the child crying. 1 went to the Police Station, and when I got back found a doctor and a crowd at the house. Cross-examined Levi, the prisoner, is my uncle. I left him sitting on the doorstep with the child. I had no ill feelings towards him. I have sent him away from my house because he tried to have liberties with me. A young boy named Moses Waiako was examined, and testified to hearing Mahiehie crvinu, and on looking out of the window saw the prisoner running away. The child said Levi had hurt her. Kahaloa (w) stated that she lived in the same house as Nawela, the first wit ness. She saw the prisoner and the child coming away from the bath-house. The latter was crying, and upon exami nation found she was hurt. I took her to Dr. Miner. Counsel for the prisoner said he had no evidence to oiler. The prisoner got up ami said he would like to make a few remarks, but he was advised nol to, though he wai some time before he gave in. His Honor committed him for trial at the Supreme Ceurt. "Supreme Court Jul J' Term. KKl'oKK r:u:sroN, J. Ti'ksday, July lUth. E. P.. Thomas vs. F. II. Hayselden. Claim 15,000 for false imprisonment. The following jury was sworn : T. M. Starkey, J. H. Soper, J. Emmeluth, II. F. Lewis, II. W. Morse, J. G. Spencer, II. Gunn, E. D. Tenny, T. C. Porter and E. H. Wood worth. F. M. Hatch and Cecil Brown for plaintiff; Paul Neumann, Whiting & Creighton for de fendant. Mr. Whiting moved for a non suit on tlu? ground that the fact cf a con viction having been obtained in tUe Po lice Court in the case out of which the present action arose, was proof cf proba ble cause. The Court declined to grant a non-suit. At 4:05 p. m. the jury re tired, and ten minutes later returned a verdict of .$500 damages for plaintiff. 1'oliee tonrt. BEFORE POLICE JUSTICE DAYTON. Tuesday, July PUh. J. Couley, Malihi and Ka;a were each fined i for drunkenness. Kanakaule, an insane -erson. was, on the evidence of Dr. Webb, committed to the Insane Asylum to be dealt with ac cording to law. Mow Oni was charged with being a common nuisance, by permitting a ferocious dog to go abroad. A iter hear ing the evidence, the defendant was ordered to bring the dog, chain, collar and tax receipt into Court on the L'Oth. Levi Kaawa, remanded from Jhe 13th, charged with rape, was, after evidence on the part of the prosecution, com mitted to the Supreme Court for trial. Slats Meet 1 liar Yesterday morning posters were put around town announcing a mass meet ing to be held at noon on a vacant lot on Fort street. At that hour about 300 persons assembled, principally Hawaii ans and Chinese. Mr. Katsura, a Japanese lawyer, was the first speaker, and spoke on the word constitution at considerable length. J. M. Poepoe followed, and stated that there were good and bad points in the new Constitution. He urged all Ha waiians to take oath under it, and do their utmost to carry the next election, to be held in November. --The last speaker was C. Morning, who referred chiefly to the fact of the Chinese being barred from voting. The meeting was carried on in an orderlv manner. Arrival of tlie James H. Si one. The American bark James S. Stone, Captain C F. Barstow, arrived July 1'ith. 1S davs trom l.oston, and was I berthed at Brewer's wharf. Sailed from Boston March I3th. On tlie third day out exjHuienced heavy gales of wind with heavy seas, doing slight damage to several things on deck. Crossed the Equator in the Atlantic. April 5th, 21 days out, in longitude Jv deg. W . Thence to Cape Horn encountered a s'iceesion of heavy seas, accompanied by strong westerly gales. Passed the meridian of Cape Horn May 'J:.M, 70 days o it. Had very heavy westerly gales theie which lasted a week. Sighted a British baik otiCape IIrn, bound for San Francisco, with several of her yards c.itried away. Was in company with othei vessels there. Was Is da crossing i; itn !" leg. S. to 5d deg. . Then.-., to .:! ( -n'rieneed very favorable winds, ( jos- d the Equator in the Pacific Juh 1st. 1P days out, in longitude b'.o deg. W. r the norllnl trades in latitud 11 deg. N., wb'n h la-.!e.l to port. Sighted Maui on the momim' vl .'ulv lstb and wa- in Honolulu b'tone bring about l.lOutonsof general merchandise, con (fetm? of coal, cases kerosene, etc., and 1'; ron-i-ned to Messrs'. C. Brewer c Co. iip probably leave for Hongkong alter '.usi nanrm: It will be remembered that on me last trip of tin: James S. Stone from this port j to Hongkon.: fast year she picked up Captain Stoesen and his crew in open boats, alter being out several days after the burning of the Norwegian bark Josetfarer, laden with coal from New castle, N. S. W., for Honolulu. The James S. Stone met the American bark Kate Davenport and transferred Capt. Stoesen and his crew on board the latter vessel, and they were landed in Hono lulu. IruportHUt TrPle Sale. For seme time past business has been very dull in the city, but there is now idence of it reviving, as in another column will be found particulars of a special trade sale to be held on Saturday next by Mr. Lewis J. Levey, the auc tioneer, by order of Messrs. Geo. W. Macfarlane & Co. The goods to be of ferred at 10 o'clock on that day comprise saddles and bridles, Vienna furniture, crockery, safety matches, etc. At noon there will be offered a full Hue of ales and liquors in bond. The Royal It a ml. Owing to the members of the Royal Hawaiian Band being engaged to play on H. B. M. S. Conquest Thursday af ternoon, the complimentary conceit at the Hotel to the Cap.ain and officers of the Conquest and Adams has been post poned to Friday evening. There will be no band concert at Emma Square Saturday afternoon, as the band will play at the cricket match at Makiki. Tlie Aetv Constitution. The 1. C. Advertiser office has printed the new Constitution in 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. If you want to have a good sH hath, take the 'bus and go out to the Waikiki hath house. Every accommodation will he found there. Lost. A gold enameled bracelet, with a small chain attached. The finder will be rewarded by leaving the same at the residence of Mr. Julius II. Smith, Beretania street. The "Honolulu Almanac and Directory ' for I.sst is now on sale at J. II. Sopor's and A. M. Ilewett's news depots, and at this office. Price. 50 cents. Test for the nest Ivory. There is a fact but little known which well illustrates the ravages rats can inflict on a hard substance by their little, sharp teeth. Many of the elephants' tusks im ported into London are found to hav6 their surfaces grooved into small furrows of unequal length and depth, as though cut out by a very sharp edged instru ment. No man would take the trouble to do this so carefully, but the rat has found out the tusks which contain ths most gelatine a most delicious morsel for his palate and he gnaws away aa much as suits him and leaves the rest for the ivory worker, who is neither unable nor unwilling to profit by the fact marked by the rat's teeth. The ivory which con tains a large amount of gelatine is softei and more elastic than that which does not, and as elasticity is the thing needful for billiard balls, he selects this rat gnawed ivory, and turns it into leautifu elastic spheres, to be used upon the finest billiard tables. The elasticity of some ol these balls is so great that, when thrown forcibly on a hard floor, they will re bound to the height of three or four feet. Boston Herald. A Government Clerk's Penmanship. The most accomplished jionworaan or penman among the 15,000 and more gov ernment clerks is Mrs. Helen M. Avery, of the interior department. Her chirog raphy is a model of uniformity and clear ness. She is also a clever pen and ink artist. A head of Tasso drawn by her a few years ago is said by connoisseurs to be equal to the finest steel engraving. She does her work rapidly, and apparently without effort. Her duties occupy about two hours a day. The rest of the time she occupies as she chooses. Her position in the department is supposed to be as near an approach to a life tenure as the most successful government employe car hope to obtain. Her salary is $1,000 per annum. Boston Transcript. The famous Cardiff giant, once 60 pop lar, is now stored away in an old box at El Paso, Tex. Prisoners' Peculiar Superstition. Tlie prisoners in the jail have a peculiar superstition regarding one of the stones in the jail floor. It is down on the east side, and in the morning about exercise hour the sun falls straight upon it. The super stitious ones l.elieve that when one of the men charged with murder steps on that stone it indicates In some way, supposably by a chauge of color, whether tlie man : will bo hung or not. I have been in formed that it's a' sure sign, and that the indication has never once leen found to lie w rong. The negroes believe that every man at whose step that store changed to dark color "went out in the back yard." which means that he wad hung. Jailer in ( i lobe-Democrat. Western Neckn Hfcoming Thinner. "It is a curious fact." said the mana ger of a wholesale furnishing goods house, "that tin necks of the western jieople are gradually growing smaller. Ten years ago I was in iheotfice of a concern w hich made a p-rialty of collars for men. In stocking uji the ( "hieatro house tlie firm. who-e I actor, was in the east, had put in a lot of 1.: 1 -i collars. For these there was i'o sale at all. and thet 'hicago mana ger finally wrote to the fiutory that they neil never more snd him any 13 1-2 collars, as tlie west had no u.s. fi. them. Well, today every retail stoic in town carri. a line of 13 collars and there is quite a trade in gmN of that hiiiuUf ." t. hit c o llcl aid. afely anchored early July l'Hh. Tli Jam-'.' S A BEETHOVEN SYMPHONY. Tyv, thv wb-i struggle sbiptrrocke'l in the Cound whom th great s'ortns darken; in whose ears Tliir tLuiifiers roar; whosn straining limbs, that Strongly against tb'ir fate, arc dreiicb with foam. Through hreacbej of th rollers seem to hear. Far inland whir tha unht plains extend. The flutinjs of the 9hephrl3 aad tha criea Of harvest reveler, a gracious strain: 5ome rare stop briefly touohed along the pip Of ocean bonjf for nor aain the storm Darkeus and dcafeus thein. JCo more they toiL The cords and saild are shaken by the w ind Unheeded over them; the tall masts train The vessal'a laboring side, but wind or rain Or wave shall do them no more violence Who lie at rest forever. Now the singer Finds Joy of sons unmarred, now love- remains Forever tine, and youth forever young:. Edward Molntyre. A GOOD SHORTHAND WRITER. He Must nave the Firmest, Soundest Nerve What the Trouhle Is. In the first place, to be a good short hand writer ( and a second rate one is not worth the room he takes) requires the fir mest, soundest nerve. No business that can be named takes so much out of one shorthand reporting. Hearing, eye sight, hand and brain are called upon for their highest work and the most intense attention. Sandy haired toys of sanguine temperament or pale lipped dark one3 should choose outdoor work and let re porting in every ca.se alone, except for amusement. Hundreds of such young men are cerried to their graves every year from the offices and newspapers of the city who might be hale, long lived men if they had not mistaken their voca tion. Iean, wiry men and women are best for iesk work, and stand the drain of indoor life with least loss. Tlie young men and women who have a secret desire for easy positions should let shorthand alone. The shorthand writer, like the typical newspaper man, wants to have the widest intelligence possible to know sometlung aliout everything, at least enough to know what is talked about. For not only mer chants and la wyei's, but physicians, edi tors and literary men, to say nothing of politicians, are coining to find the service of a shorthand writer of great use in their professions. .Vnd to lie of use, ha must be a man who takes things at a word, who knows a geographical name or a character in history or fiction when lie hears it, without stopping to ask what that word was and lathering to have it spoiled u process which goes far to drive the prin cipal dictating out of lus senses. The sec retary needs such keen and close attention as to catch the direction and the exac t words w ithout having to utter that irritating AVyat?' every ten minutes or ofiener, breaking the thread of thought and wasting time when hia express busi ness is to make the most of it for an over weighted principal whose moments are precious. Then, as corresponding clerk or secretary, he must liave tha forum of good business address at comxnand, so that he can put curt directions into courteous and well turned phrase. An order worth thousands may be lost the house by too stiff a tone, the offensive independence of a phrase, or one which him something over polite and solicitous about it. 'I want a man." said a Boston mer chant asking for a stenographer, "who can take my idea in three words and put it into shape in a letter, neatly written, spaced and directed. If I can get such a man he's sure of a good place aa long a I'm going." But the clever head of a reference office he applied to could only shake bis head and say, "If we had twenty such men they would all find places to-morrow and us many the day after." A keen business man or wide experi ence in many kinds of work says: "Tle trouble with three-fourtlis of the young men and girls who learn shorthand and typewriting is they don't know anything. They exjiect to get along by knowing their one branch mid nothing else, and it is no use. You get a clever girl at a typewriter one who can rattle off eighty words of the Declaration of Indeiiendenee a minute, or Longfellow's Psalm of Life or am-thing she knows by heart and Bit her down to write a business letter from dictation, and she has to stop and turn her machine up every three fines to see if she has spelled a word right. It puts one out, and makes the mail late. Or she lets it go with a blunder that would disgrace an infant scholar, and there isn't time to write it over. Sometimes the whole batch of a morning has to be done over. If I happen to say Buenos Ayres she w dumbfounded, don't know what heathen I'm naming, and I must write it out ljefore she knows what Is meant, and Chattahoochee would floor her forever. "That's my business. Now, if I'm dictating on time for my paper not a minute to spare, and it isn't the least matter how it looks, and the proof reader minds the spelling, ten to one she'll have her eraser out every other line to correct some fancied blemish, and you can't get it into her head or her either, that all you want is to drive ahead and get that manuscript jerked up to the printer's in fifteen seconds. That's what I call want of intelligence. And out of 200 young men and women we tried to fit for tyje writer secretaries, there were not five I should call good ones, who could le trusted to write a letter without some shabby blunder in spelling or phrase." New York Star. Statistics of Methodism. Figures printed in the Methodist Year Book show that on Jan. 1, 1SST, Method ism throughout the world numbered 35, U00 traveling preachers, and 8.320,000 members. In the United States there are 27,000 traveling preachers, and 4,000,000 uieixdiers. and a population of over 15, OoO.OOo, or more than one-fourth of the population of the entire country 50,000, !U0. The Methodist Eniscor.al church .' one nuuibeis iu tlie United States 12,- 00 tiavtlintr oreachers. and -2 000 000 uieml-ers. having 2U.000 churches, worth fT7,0o0,00O; 7,500 l-arsonages, worth lll.000.0ou; 141 college and other school properties, w orth, including endowments, H 3. 000. 000; making a total of $103,000,-3u0.- New York Sun. Tls KliKliliiiinn s fTiv. The English take their pleasures sadly," somebody remarked once, and the saving has pi(.s.ed into a proverb which the Eng lish themselves apjiear to accept. 1 think it is eery untrue. It is like Sydney Smith's liU I on the S ottish race. It re quirs no surgical ojK-ration to get a juke into a Seoichman's head. He may not roar till the hills echo, nor shoot a "lei-son who will not ltiu.uh with him. as they do in Texa. but his quiet enjoyment of a tfood joke i. none the l.-s.- appreciative on that account. 1 aui beu'lunin to think that tit English know how to enjoy thelllee I 1 1 T t h.l tl allll'istailV otle-1 nation. An Enc'i-huotn d-sn't make an exhibit ion of bis enjoyment. Luke Sharp in iMroit Vin Pre-. hJ ROYAL KR'alfjV M , iBI fJl tk f l ldt Absolutely Pure. Tms pow .'. r never vr.ric!. A riarvcl of purity, strength v ho'.so:uen?. More economical than the or 5 ': y land -. p :ul ran tv-thesr.ldia con -octit'wi wim i'-o multitude of lo.vtMt, short -.veight,ftu:u or phosphate pov.-d.-r. Soldonlvi3 -ass. Roy .l lUiu-va Ve-wctii Co.. luC Waii-sty & r'AriOLES uniiut i 2lodJforTld "fm iitfi " i i"ir DR. PARDEE'S EIEIMEDY (The Only BellabU Blood Purifier.) A SPECIFIC FOlt crofula, Salt Rhoum, Neuralgia. Ring Worn .nd all other Skin and Blood Disease. IT EEOULATES THE! LIVER AND KIDNEYS. urea Indtrettloa and all diseases arUtntr fro. ma enfeebled condition of the Jtem. Dr. Marttxe, of London, the ceh rated socialist, says of PARDEE'. . 1EMEDY : " I have used it for twent. ears for Blood Diseases, &uch a , rofula, Salt Rheum, Teter and Cancel nd I cannot recommend it too highly. The Rev. Dr. Thomas, ot Hong Koiij: hiua, says : " PARDEE'S REMEDY a wonderful medicine for the Blood have prescribed it hundreds of time r Leprosy, and when given in timt t always cured the patient. I cai jfely say that Leprosy will never br eak ut on persons who take Pardee'. Ikvedv regularly, and I advise all per ons jiv ing in countries where Leprosy 4 prevalent to take Pardee's Remedy ,s a preventive." TOR SALE BY ALL DRUCCISTS IN HONOLULU. N.'F. BURGESS, Expressman & Drayman, 84 KING STREET, HONOLULU. Ksuliiice, l.V. TVlepfcoue No. 'J02. TO'.ijelOtf Waikiki Bath House! MR. W, CROOKS HAVING TAKEN CHARGE of the Waikiki Kith House, dem to inform the public that he will ruu the placf aa a first class lathing resort. MRS. CROOKS will attena to the lady patrons of the place, and every efi'ort will he" made to make it attiaotive. " 71-jylS OEDING'S iUUliAGF. EXPRESS JI. X. K.MintS, I'ROP., Deliver Basjgage and Freight of Every Descrip tion wit hTrompt ness and Disratch. Office, HI Klnx Mrol. Uotli Tele- plioiie. HO. Iteslileiiee, 11H .Viiiiaiiu Street. Bell Telephone tor Je,i,leiice, 3. OG-juue 15tf JOHN PHILLIPS, Practical Plumber, Gaslitter AND Coppersmith,5 71 King Street, Honolulu, H. I. HOI SE AJ Mill JOB WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Bath Tubs. Wiiter Closets, W..h Howls, Plurali ing Goods of all kinds alvav on loud. 7f'" junel "tf A. PALADIMJ, Wholesale and Eefnil Pealfi in everv kind of Freli, Salt, Snsokol, i'UKIoii hiuI Iri': Kisli. Removed to Clay-Si. Mmkc, "irv-MT Ierrhantct. SAN IU Nt 'Is( t ). liuy-i. 'fc8 WENNEi; & CO. 2 rrt St reft. Have on hand Ner i',r-Kr! utel Uomeaiftiie .1 t-Iry. Watches, ltmct-K-ts, Nfcklets, Pins, Lockets, ( locks, A tid orimiuiitn ( ail kinds. j 3ilv8r and Gold Plate. Kleg'tnt Solid Silver Tea Set. Sultatil1 fir Pr-ei,tatiun. KNOR AVING AND NATIVE JEWEI.KV A specially. KlAlr Inic iu all Urn iiaurlieM. Hnle Aleuts fur King's Eye Preaeivers. fi-mara-l vfi FRANK CERTZ, 1 A I'Wl lll Hlt'l ' ll.l.LUloJCll Ul BOOTS & SHOES 00rler rrotu tti.r !': ' '.' tt.-l .No, III I f.l !.. Ilii.i.tlulii. v 8dwtt oRViSrr a .x x i vi ! ! ! MAMMOTH ! ! ! CLE A II A N -AT Popul ar Millinery House, 104 Fort St., Honolulu. S. SVCTrlS, Proprietor. aN" To Commence Monday, July 11, 1887. Positively for two weeks only. Bonafide sale and positive bargains. The entire stock will be offered AT COST AND ' LESS THAN COST ! In fact a great many of the Prices Will be Cut in Two. Positively no reserve. All Goods will be marked in plain figures and SOLD FOR CASH ONLY! 36T"Look at the Price-list Circular. iMRS. MELL1S" Dressmaking establishment on the premises. W. S. LUCE? WIISTE ISTD SlIIlT MERCHAXT, CAMPBELL TIRE-PROOF BLOCK. MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU- lias jnst received from Europe per "Heroulea," 200 Oases Guiiiess' Extra Stout, Bottled by M. B. FOSTER d SONS. ALSO FIXE ASSORTMENT OF HOCK AJSTD OLAEET. These Wines were especially selected for W. S. Luce, and are far hiiponor to auy ever before imported into thin market. THE FINEST ASSORTED STOCK OF CHAMPAGNES, ALES, WINES, ETC. ALWAYS ON HANI). rX?Speeial attention drawn to the celebrated Wines MALMSEY, MADEIRA (l)rv and Medium), WHITE PORT, SHERRY, etc. Rum Punch tlie Latest Novelty. 578aprl.itfdw 3 3 S Tlie LeafliM Milliner v House -OF- Clias. J. Fishel. ( OH. FOliT & HOTEL STS. For two Weeks Only Our Semi-Annual Remnant Sale will take place NEXT MONDAY All our remnants will be placed on the Counter, and marked way down. In Ladies' Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats, we are prepared to offer PIG BARGAINS. Remnants in all departments. Come and ee what we offer you next MONDAY. I CIIAS. J. FISHEL, Leadim; Millinerv House. I Hawaiian Hote CAERIAGE COMPANY. FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGES At all hours day and liight, with couipetaut drivers and steady lionet TO , E T ! SADDLE HORSES, BUGGIES, WAG ONETTES, VILLAGE CARTS. AND BRAKES, With god, tellahle hrrfr8. HvUi junt received a l"d of Horses from California, V e are prepared to effer etra li.diiceinerif to fartle watitlr. F!n!ly, P.cad, Fpr-9 or I'ray ll"i-fH O ur-r.teed a rT r-n i.ted or r.o Sale. iTirM t.i unit tl tirnei. ItlNo I P S2, r &M ly to MIUN A HA YLEY, liwau Htl "i.tlt. C E S A L E THE- Cla.ua Sprckela Wm, U. Irwin. CLAOS L'K ECKELS & CO., j HONOl.tl.U HAWAIIAN INLANDS, Draw Kxohange on the principal paru of the world. Will receive depoalm on open account, uiAke collections and conduct a general banking and exchange business. Depomts bearing interest received in their Sav Inp Department subject to publlnhed rules aDd regulations. 17octf MACFARLANE & CO-, WHOLESALE HEAI.F.ICS AND ir. era! Jobbers iu VflSKH and LI QUO K.I. 9To. 12 Kaaljiimanu Street, IIONOLULTT. 28-tf CLA1TS 8PRBCKCLS. mm. a lawm. WM. G. IRWIN & Co., SNTn'ofuJu VUi "miYZ!f M. PHILLIPS & Co., Im.Tt'rHtn",l WliolesBle Dealers In Clothing, Boots, fehooa, Hals, Men's Furnish ing and Fancy Goods. No. 11 Kaahurnanu (street Honolulu. H. I. 2JHf-wtf H. HACKFELD & CO., -8 " Wueeo St., Honolulu, H.I. jED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO., Importers & Commission M ercliatif. Wueen Street. Honolulu, H. I. a7-tf 1C1 Kb Ok COCKSFOOT, RYE GRASS, ENG LISH RED CLOVER, COW GRASS. n 13 i t SEEDS , 'piIE ATT F N'T ION OF ALL INTERESTED IN X improving the pasture lauds of the Ulatids is called to the above Taiuahle seeds, which we i offer for sale In Iota to suit purchaiicrs. I We hae, alfo on katid aiDrle lot of White ' Clover, i:tjKl!h iUyke. Timothy, Rlh (irmn, , I'teited I"''s Tall. Tall Eefrne. Itsllan Rje . (tra and Lucerne seed, wi tch we Ber in I ir. all lot for trial, and will ilm rflv r.riVr for quantities of not 1 than half a ton weight. afid eirriit "lO'ir ulth ilUjuh h. i; j ii.lstiJV w.u. o iP.wiN f o,