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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JULY 21. 185Y.
-. i ! :', AUTUOIUTY. -r-T -T- ' V l "V--"i Thi 4eworM otlce. Th Afr for Honolulu will bln Lis oSc to attend tu the returns from Monday, th ISth, to Saturday, th 3 th cf July, frorn 8 a Di. to & p. tn. After July tU the Am-ur rtll be n-K-g 1 od the outside limit of th dUtrlrt. JOHN Ki-SH, 7i2 -J y 30 Assessor for Honolulu. Department of finance. All ttio&ii biviutf cliiu agalut tht H Hnilaij Go ve riirnrit are requeatrd to eud them la with as little delay a josaiM. to the dej art rxint rnpon at Ld for their liquidation. W. L. ORE EN. Minlater of i inanre. Honolulu. July 1.'. 1137. TJyl.'Jif roin or Honolulu, ii. J. AKIlI VAI.M. VedneDay. July 20. Htrnr KlUua Hon, from Hamakua. Mil r Surpilte, put htck lioj . iviihailow, '25 day" from I'aget Sound tk.hr Canute, from Kuan Hchr Rainbow, from KooUu. Oahu DEl'AItTl'HU. WtbHUDi T July iUJ. Gr bk Cerat. Pruinund. for .loyal Roads Aiu bk FVftat guon, YYludiutf, or San Fran cisco, at.-C M J Newhall, for Port lownseuj !.,v j y Kallt lwal. b.:lir f"r ft0"''1 Sv hr UoN- 'NvT Kool.iU. O i Kallt lwai, hauat iLu tcrti !. v itiic I-lHy. Hi'.nr J A Cuiumlri, N'oilsoo, for YVaimaiialo, tHh;a Ktmr Walmanalo, Underwood, for Walalu-t and Waiana, at 'A a lu Nor hk Oy la, Kiloknen. for Maiden Island Hchr f'anut, for Htlo, Hawaii Kt-.hr Kanlkaoull, iiawail Hchr Uaiiibow, for Koolau. Oahu in INrt rrom roreisii pri. Haw hark Kal iUnua, C H Heudei-HOU, Troru Val ara:no IJol bk Ouillermo, Handmaau. from Tort Townee ml. W T V H H Adama, Louis Kt-mpff, from Acapulco, via tlilo. Hawaii II Ii .M'a H Conqueftt, f'harles L Osley, from I'r.iinault. U " Am hltne Eureka, Meysra, froiu San trail ed HCO Aiu hktneElla. K C Kust, from San Francisco lii it bk Iron Crc Jon-H, from San rrancUoo Nor Lark Uvda, C Lrickriu, from Newcastle. SHW Am bl,iS N Castle, II V Hubbard, from Sau Francisco '' Am bhlp" M:icury, J L Panno, from Hong kong Am bk Jame-i S Btone, C V Uarstow, from Bos ton. Am bk Hoi p. I) W I' Penballow, from Port TowiiMend, W T teoavwr.spft'tfii rnmi rorfiu'ii i'ori. Haw Bi-hr Oeiiial KieKt-l, Sanders, from French Friate SLoaN, Nov '2i-:i Am bark St LucU, Hailiut from Now York March 2fi, duu September 6-ilU (ir bk Petir Ooti'i en oy. , sailed from Hviti nol ilav Sid. dun Seit 1-2S. Brit caik ilirmah, from (ilasgow, due October V,-:i Gtr bark Hydra, from Houskonjt. due July 18-8 Brit bk Velooity, from Hongkong, due July C6-31 Haw bk Lilian. W PhilUpa, from HongVong. due July 19 M) Am bktne Ferris H Ihonipson, C Potter, fiom Sau Fianclbco. due at Kahuli.i July 16-31 Am bk Ceylon, It Calhoun, from a rauci3 co, due July -24 Am bkin S O Wilder, H A Paul, from San Filncisco. dua July V!0- I V H S Vaudalia (flagHbip), fiom Chile Chilean corvette Fcpinialca, from South America French frigate Dncrex. from Chile Fieri-h lilgMte I'lorie, fiom Chile Am ik Fdwaid May, JoLtiHon, nailed from J'obiou June i;-d, due lov 1-5 Am ship .a tlda, Mninau, from Hongkong; due July 12-"1 Haw steamship Australia, 31 C Houdlette, from San F'laucioco. cue July i6 Haw stenrua. lp Zealandia, R van Oterendorp, fron ib 'iitoules, eu route to San Francisco due July 29 C .-;- -uuiata, from China, due July 8-M Amteiu W H l.o-ae, Hluhm, from Port Townwend, due Auk io-a' U B M'a S Wild Swau, Jno S Halifax, from N America, due Aug 1-2U Stppoei to be loat. DEPAKICEK. For Pan Francisco, per bk Forest Queen, July 20 J Wilcock. wife and child. Misa Wilcock, Miss S-raU Koberta, Jamea L purvia and i Uer nians. EXIOJtT. For San Francisco, per bk Forest Queen, July 20 C Brewer & Co. 2.1' 6 bajr sugar; Catle & Cooke, 2,613 do; F A Schafer Co. 6.100 do; Theo H Davlea Ii Co. -1.790 do Total sugar. 15,5o9 tag. Total tonnage, sto tona. Domeatlc value, S(56.9C1 CI. KlIII'l'lXO OI I. The German iron hark Ceraates. Captain Drum und, a.iiled July 20th In ballast for Royal Koada. British Columbia. The Norwegian hark Gyda eaila to-day for Mai den Island. The American bark Hope, Captain D. W. P. Panhallow. arrived July 19th, 25 days from Port Townaend. -with 550,000 feet lumber. 2O.0C0 latha a,nd 49,500 hinlea for Messrs. Lowers k Cooke. Report Yavorabl weather throughout the entire passage. The Hope made the round trip in 63 days. The American barkentine Amelia sailed July 20th iu ballast for Pugt Sound. The achioner Kautke.touli was lowered from the Marine Railway July 20th, aud will 1-ave to day for Kohala and Uamakua, Hawaii. The barkentine Eureka will be Messrs. H. Haokfeld S: Co.'a vessel on the berth for San Francisco. The steamer Kllauea IIou will leave next Sat urday for Hamakua, Hawaii, via Kawaihae. She will taie the cattle expected by the steamer Mi kahala from Kanai to the latter place. The steamer W. O. Hall will arrive this morn ing from Maul and Hawaii, and will be hauled on the Marine Railway to be cleaned as soon as the sugar is discharged. The ateamer Kllauea Hou, Captain Cameron, arrived July 30tb from Hilo and Hamakua, Ha waii with 2,000 brigs augar and 100 balea wool from Ookala. W. H. Aldricn, formerly of the steamer Lehua, baa been promoted to the purser ehlp of the Kllauea Hou. The American brig Lurline, Carta'a Wm. Mat aon, wae to leave Hilo, Hawaii, last Monday, with a full cargo of sugar and pasaenjara for 5an Francisco. The barkentius 8. N. Castle has been moved into the stream. The steamer Surprise. Captain William Wei- barth, put back iuto port July 20th. She left last Monday afternoon with a full cargo for Maul and Hawaii and when oS Houokohau, Maul, July 19tb,at midnight, a leak was discovered in the boiler, and the vessel was pat naca xor pon, auu reached her early July 20tb. The American bark Forest Queen, Captain "Winding, sailed July 20th for San Francisco with 12 passengers and 15,509 hags sugar, weighing 1.7.8,728 pounds, and valued at 36,961 61. The schooner Canute brought 2,600 bags sugar from i iau, Maul. Jnly 20th, and were placed oa fcoard tb barkentine Ella. The il'imrr XVato nlo hr-jnfct 1) j;a t.rv. 13 J .Mtnn, 2' h r-arjut and 5' pvkyea u nd rl-. Tne .irho-.ner Car.ute i(t4v- U-day ftr llwil. Tht t-iL.er Iwilinl 1 row d'; frtta H:i -ku. lUiil, with iKr. 'ECLTPSI SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTES. Now is the time to H-' ur' !arg4ins in &ie and chtMren'i hat-- at N. S. Sach's Clfa ranee sale. Come to-morrow arid hnu u r frienJ- j ti jt-f the mammoth bargain in a'iie' j hats, from .Vx up, al 'lui. J. l"i-hi l - k- i-l- ; iug Millinery IIou-e. Ii. eninant" in colore ern!r;t'i i-- .an he found at N. S. Sach'a ch-arain-e ale wav below cj-t. Call early to-nnrriw morning. Genuine bargains in lali-' underw.'ar and corsets at Such'.- store. ..ill at once. The most wonderful value? in ladieand j misse-i' trimmed and untrimmed hati ever j otrered in Honolulu are at Eihel' leading j Millinery Houv. The 25, " and 7." cent hats are like hot cukes at Such'. clearance -.ale eiltng LOCAL AND GENERAL. This is the htst week of Mr. N. ri. .Sachs' great clearance sale. The steamer V. (. Hall is lue thii morning from windward. The examinations at the Waiawa school, Lwa, will take place to-day. Mr. Malcolm P.rown has been appointed Deputy Kegi.-trar of Conveyances. Mr. Lewis J. Levey will hold his regular cash sale at 10 o'clock this morning. The closing exercises at St. Andrew's Priory vill take place Thursday, July 1'Sth. A meeting of the W. ( T. U. will be held this afternoon at half-past 'clock at the Y. M. C. A. Hall. The closing exercises at t'.e Waiahole School, Koolaupoko, O. i'r.iSon Kenyon, Principal, takes place to-day. The closing exercises and athletic .sports will he held at lolani College school at 2 o'clock to-morrow afternoon. The Forest Queen carried a very small mail to San Francisco yesterday. She had a full cargo of domestic produce. A meeting of Pacific Hose Company No. 1 will be held this evening to arrange for the coming election of Engineers. Captain Oxley ami officers of II. P. M. S. Conquest will ne at home this afternoon between the hours of 3 and 0 o'clock. A meeting of the Heeia Agricultural Company will he held this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the office of Messrs. Grinbaum & Co. I). L. Ah Phart did not make any fpeech at the mass meeting; he dimply acted as interpreter for the Chinese who were present. The regular meeting of the Honolulu Yucht and Boat Club will be held at half past 12 o'clock to-day at the club's boat house. Mr. A. T. Atkinson. Principal of St. Al ban's School, has been appointed Inspector General of Schools for the Hawaiian King dom. His Majesty the King will entertain Commander Kempffand officers of the U. S. S. Adams at breakfast at lolani Palace this morning. 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. The "Honolulu Almanac and Directory ' for 1SS7 is now on sale at J. 11. Sopor's and A. M. Hcwett's news depots, and at this office. Price. 50 cents. It is rumored that Lieutenant Colonel V. V. Ash ford of the Honolulu Rifles will be appointed temporary Commander-in-Chief of the forces of the Kingdom. Mr. A. Wenner. of the well-known rirm of Wenner & Co., jewelers, leaves this morning on the steamer Waimanalo for Waialua to enjoy a well-earned vacation. Yesterday afternoon the old Mclnorny building, corner of Fort and Merchant streets, fell with a crash, startling all the horses on the hack stand nearby. Fortu nately no damage w as done. The Hamakua district, Hawaii, which has been suffering from want of rain dur ing the past two months, had rain last Monday, and there was every prospect of it continuing when the Kilauea Hou left. Invitations are out for the marriage of Miss Maggie Kruger to Mr. John W Winter. The event will take place next Thursday evening at the residence of the bride's parents. The ceremony will b performed bv the Kev. Dr. Beckwith. Tlie New Coiisliditloii. The P. G. 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. NOTICE a REGULAR MEETING OF THE HONOLULU 1. Yacht and Boat Club will be held at their boat bouse at l'-;30 o'clock p. in. on THURSDAY, July 21. lSa". A full attendance is requested. J E. J. SPALDING, 750jy21 v Sec y U. Y. A: B. Club. Dividend Notice. V DIVIDEND OF THREE DOLLARS PER share is due and payable to the share- holders of Ccmpauy. th Interlslaud Steam Navigation J. EN A. Secretary. Honolulu, July 30, IW7. 747jy-M Advertisements. j SIT.CIAL TK.MH-: ALK ALES AND UQHmS In t t, I . at 1 a general aortruect of UlfKliBJUf. to Cl J CMUSU-n- L'j urder wf Mar. O. Mactar'.a-e Co. I will eil at Puil;. A'-ctlwa Saturday, July 23, 1S57, At 10 o'ch-ck a. m.. at my alroo&s. coraer Fort aud 'jueeD u'.Ttr-U. on a literal credit to tLe trade. (iENTS SADDLES ANI Bli IDLES ! Vitfun.i I'-nt Av,.l Furmt'ir-. Cr jckery. Iiryaut it May's Safrty '.Utotr,. Ftc: And nt li o'rlock uimjii. i I'LL L1NF.S OF Ales and Liquors in Bond. Comprising Oreen Cae (ilu. EranJiea, Whis kies, LuUsh Alet and Mont, of the moat wU known rrand. In the market. ic7 T-rini lit eral and Eia-le know u at time of sale. Lewis J. Levey, Auctioneer. 3STOTICK. LAWN" TENNIS SETS. COMPLETE CKICKET SETS. For Men aud Children. Fire Arms anil Ammunition Of all kinds. And romplete ftock of SPOUTING .MATERIAL At lied Heck lri", AT MRS. THUS. LACK'S, 7isjy2utf 61 FORT STREET. MARSHAL'S SALE. POSTPONEMENT. XTOTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE sale of land, etc., un.ler a writ of execution against J. Manuel, in favor of W. M. Gihson, President of the Hoard of Education, has heen postponed to FRIDAY, July 2'Jd. 74Sjy22 L. B. M E U C H A N T TAILOR 27 Mercliant Street, lately received from England selection of large Fine Goods I SUITINGS, DIAGONALS -AND- Fancy Trouserings, Comprising the largest and most varied stock ever opened out iu Honolulu, all person ally selected by Mr. Kerr at the manufacturers while abroad. Cloth and Tiimiiiiiip For Sale to the Trule and others. Boll Telephone, Xo. 4. P. O. Box 306. L. B. 697sepS Special Notice. ON ACCOUNT OF DEPARTURE FOR THE Coast the undersigned requests all accounts due him to be paid before July 23d, and all ac counts standtug over four months not paid by ! that date will be handed for collection without j further notice. N, S. SACHS. ' Julyl3, 1S37. 7U;y23 KERR, KERB. The Equitable I Life Assurance Society ' OF THE UNITED STATES. Death cliitii" pai l in A-iets. Jauudry 1, 1?7. Linbiiitie. 4 percent basia 175.510.4:-' Surplu- 4 per cent ha ll .V',",J The v.irp'u is ba-d on the conservative I assumption that only 4 per cent interest ( will be rear.ze-J en investments. Alumina that iS percent will be real- ' ized. it amounts to iJ,,X.io 7'. gO-TLe si "KI'LL c n t verv ba-i f ! valuation. I LA1I J Kli THAN T II A T F j ANY MTU EH COMPANY IN THE WoKLD. ! New :i-.-urance in Is-' lll.34.J Ou I Larger thiU that of any ether company. Out'tannng assurance 411,. .'..l'U ". larger tLan that of any otter company. Paid pulioy h..lders in l"i 7 ' Paid policy holders mc.- or ganization. . . ;;..Vl7,7Ni "' ' Total income P.7.'J.7; li x'remiuin income. . . lo.J7J.l "t Larger than tt.at of any ether comj any. IMPUOVLMENT DfKINt. THE YEAR. lncr aae of i rem. incom. -J.?10.475 to ' Increase of surplus, percent haii. 2,4',tt'.6 ( Increase of a-jit-i ,0 2) Policies iued on all the plan, with all the auarauteea and concessions. For full pirticu- i lars apply to f ALEX. J. CAKTWUIGIIT, C32 inayl'- 'SS No. 3 Kaahumanu atrest l TAIU) FLOUIl FACTORY, I Walluku, MhiiI. j OMMENCED OPERATIONS ON THURSDAY, May 26th, and are now prepared to supply TAHO FLOUR in any q iantitien. W ith new and improved machinery and other apparatus, the present Manager guarantees to supply 'taro Flour thai will make a tetter class of Po- than ever produced. All orders to be aent to W. II. CUMMINS. Manager, at the Factory, Wailuku. Maui ; or to W. O. IRWIN X CO., Agents, Honolulu. C..Vmay27tfdw LOST. VT THE FOURTH OF JULY HALL, A BLACK three-cornered shawl. The finder will confer a favor by leaving the same at this office. 7jy7tf MARSHALS 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.iu favor of A. J. Cartwright, trustee of the estate of R. W. Holt, deceased, plaintiff, for the sum of SJ'.'S o5, I have levied upon and shall expose for sale at the frcnt entrance of Kalakaua Hale, in Hono lulu, inland of Oahu, at 12 o'clock in. on Thursday, July 21, A.I). 1887 To the higebst bidder, all the ri?ht. title and in tereat of the said B. Kalilimoku, defendant, in aud to the following property, unless said judg ment, interest, costs, and my expenses he pre viously paid. List of property for sale; Land at Keanae, Hana. Maul, R. P. 3.267 L. C. A. 4,857. to Gbiki; area 1 SO-100 acrea. Land at Pahou, KooUu, Maui. R. P. 3,215, to Kalilimoku; area, 13 7-100 acres. Land at Honokohau, Kapauku, Maui, R. 1'. 4,615, L. C. A. 5,y27,to Kapoi; area. 50-100 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. 431; area, 107 acres. B. Kalilimoku with Kulili (w) of Kulihi, Oahu, made a mortgage to Honuakaha of Honolulu, dated Nov. 13, 1883, recorded Lib. 8G, folio 14B-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., 1,283, to Hoe nui, Kallhi, Oahu; are 4.l(.ebains. 2. Arana 3, R. P. 1,495, L. C. A. 1,233 to Hoe nui, Kallhi, Oahu; area, 25-10 acre. Terms cash. Deeds at expense of purchasers. JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU, Marshal. Honolulu. June 21. 1887. 722jy21 PACIFIC STKAM BOOK AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE In prepared to dr all kinds cf Commercial &. Legal Work Having just Received a Complete and New Assortment of Job Types and Ornaments Of the Latest Stvlea. :'.rom the most Cele brated Foundries of the United States, and employing only Experienced : and i'asty Workmen, we are i prepared to turn out j letter Ilels. BUI Heads. Cireulars. i Ktaten.entw, ! KilU of IdlBir, : Contracts, Morttfftsre BlHnks, Lease!, ShipplnK' Contracts, '(In Hawaiian & Engliihi f 'alentlar. Blank Checks, Stock Certificate, BnMne Crl. Meal Check, Milk Ticket, Bank 4 necks Order. Receipts, Marriage Certlflcares, Diplomas, Catalogues, Blottlnic Pads And in fact even-thing which a first-class office can Jo. Commercial Adver Vdrrrtisr::icnt5 BOATS FOR SALE itrt !.! l'-jt. j vr-e drvae-i VU! Ii.t, St1 ff-t lot:. 3 (ert Jrp. j t ifiii. i wo 1"-t '-.rf P-j.au. j Ol Jckd F:--icer. If fet 1:.C-. S ft tt 6 lect.aa ! w;. 2 ft 6 lUvlr dp. n iti U-at ai.d !!. j ..:. ' Ose U'-tvn Lighter, drvked. : i: It. RVAX. I 71ij.It'tf ikit i'us'rr aiiJ t.iiL;erl Jit i-r ; r. j. a T. .J. JiASS .S; CO. l:n p rtr of aud i-eler la j .Artistx - JNLnterials:, i Paint.. UiU, Cili-is. Varnishes. Tur jei;ti c. Maxtuta.-turera of MiMil Iit:', ll. fare J t'riiuct, rU tu- .eto. II mii! 16 Kill Slreel near .Market, SAN KKANC1',CAL. ' CMiuayHtt , CAKOLAN & CO. IMPORTERS Of I II All D WAKE,! Iron. Steel, Pipe, Mill a&d Mining Supplies. J III to 113 ('Mllloriiln Si . .San l'raurlM-i. 1 S auwlO j Australian Alail Service., 7 ..aj jLM. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. The new and f.:e Al Heel steamship ZEALAXDIA, 99 Of the Oceanic steAmxMp f'ompany. HI he due at Honolulu from syln-y Hint Auc klunit on or a:-jU JULY m, 1887, And will leave for the abve port with mads and passengers on or about that date. For freight or pax-Him., hav'ug SUPERIOR ACCOM MulATIO N s, apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., AOKNT. For Sydney and Auckland. l'he new and tlue A I steel stetuxnthlp "MARIPOSA," Oi the Oceanic steamship Company, will he due at Honolulu from sau Francisco or or about August 5, 1887. And will have prompt- d!:uutn with malls and passengers for the at-ove porta. F'or freight or pu.ssa.e, having SUPERIOR AC COMMODATIONS, apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., J4 AGENTS New Photograph liooms. OVER NICHOLS STORE. FORT STREET, next the Shooting Gallery. Pictures, Port raits and Views. Fi rat-class work. Satisfaction guaranteed. Hp2 A. G ON SALVES. Win. G. Irwin & Co OFFER FOR SALE ISTJ GrJTi S DRV OR A N U LATE I In Barrels, Half Barrels, And 30-pouud Boxes. CUBE In Half Barrel And 25 pound Boxes, PO W I) FIR Ell in 50-pound Boxes. GOLDEN t COFFEE- lu Half BarreN TEAS Bliiejrottled.Soai) SAOLON Cases Corned Beef. iJPLOUR i Cs Medium Bread. O IL FUEL a npJ LUBRICATING. LIME i CEMENT Galvanized Iron Roofing, RIDGING SCHEWS and WASHERS. Susar Bags 22 x 30. CORDAGE. Manila and Sisal. Panana Twine, Wfcale Line Reed's Felt Steam Pipe and Boiler Covering. GRASS SEEDS, II ILL TIMBERS. "A" TENT'S (suitable for camp y Id and Furveylr.g parties.) 2? tt llEW (iOODS! B. F. EHLEES & CO. 90 Kovt Street, (Have just o"OtHtl a new consignment of and S32u:VSOsiVBL32 GOODS XEAV X3"Inpvtion CiaARS. It you wAtit ii line CltJAK, try some arrived at JULY IT A I I T IlUUlJlOll !iIV 1G9 Fort 73 1-1. E. JVIcIntyro it Bro., IMPOltTKRN ANI PKALKUS IN Groceries. Provisions and ITeedt KAST CORNER VOHT AND K I N U ST R K KT8. New oi r-'-ivel hy every pacaet from the K.t.Mern stale and Kur. fresh California l"ro4nce by every nicamer. All or1ers (ithfully attended to. and ;ox1 delivered to any part of the city free of rhare. I!aml order no'.iclted. s.ttlafaoiloii Kiiarauteed. Poatofllre lloa No. Mi Telephone No. 92 6apl7 1376. GEO. W. BUILDER. 75 and 77 Kinp- Street, lllpll Telephone No. 273. 65 Only House making a specialty of Fine Groceries and Table Delloaelea. New Novelties ('always arriving. HERRMANN J. SADLER, ESTABLISHED 110 OTELIA MAU. ) ALBERT oVteYTJ & CO., IMPORTERS FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Fancy and Staple Groceries, Correspondence Solicited. Hnn f'ranclico, ('nl,. W H. A, SOLE AGE NTS jFOR (iordon k Dilworth's fine Preserved Fruits and Jellies iu (clans; Rlchardnon k Bobbin' Canned, Potted or Deviled Meats, Curried Oysters, Fowl. Plum Pudding; Thos. J. Meyer At Co.'a Oystera, Vegetables, etc. ; H. O. Wilbur A: Rons' Chocolate, Coc 3atheta, etc.; E. J. I.arrahee'a fine Crac Iters and Biscuits; Wilson k ('ass Co., Crystal Sod Wafers; Franco-American French Houp, lu (lasa and tins; Windsor Manor Pickles; Shrewnbury Tomato Ketchup; Mac Ur iiurht'a only Kenutoe imported Worcestershire Saute: Dandicolle A; Gatidin's French Mushroomt, Veijetalih's, etc., in tciasa; J. Mottet & Cie., prize medal pum Olive Oil; Glllbert& Teaaler's French Mirraroni, Ver micelli aud Pastes; Adams' pure Maple Syrup; Mattoni'n Gleiihiibler (Karlsbad) Empress of Table Waters; A. B. Cleveland Co. (Limited) new proceNg Split I'uaa; Merrltt'a Rusnet Cider; Robert Norton's Plueapple Cheee; Julius J. Wood Starch Co.; Voseinlte Fruit PacklngCo., t-Un Francisco, California. 4J5atijl2 MW EEADY . 1887. Fourth Year of Publication. J1887J r.rKCE HONOLULU ALMANAC AND DIEECTOEY! For the Year of Our Lord 1887, Containing an Astronomical, Civil & Ecclesiastic' Calend'r KOR TIIK Official and Business TOGETHER WITH Full Statistical and General Informatioii ATING TO THE HAW'N ISIaANDS, Great pains and expense have been gone to by the I'ublUhcra to make this Almanac and Directory the most useful and comprehen sive work of the ki.id ever published in the Hawaiian Kingdom. It will be found invaluable to men of business, travelers and tourists, and i3 guaranieed a wide circulation at Home and in Foreign Coun tries. Its Court and Official Calendar carefully corrected to the latest moment. Articles of special value to the Islands have oeen prepared by ex pert writers, which are well calculated to beget great interest in their condition ani prospect abroad. Send in your orders for copies early. EA.G-A.lNr & CO. Corner of Fort and EVlerchant Streets, -IMrOKTKKS OF Men's and Moys' Flne Ciistom-inaae Clolhfntf, l'nrulshiiic f;ood, HATS and CAPS, TRCNE5, VALI3E3, ETC. Island Orders solicited eed. LEW IS & CO., Ill Fort Street. ImKrter and Dealer In Staple and Fancy Groceries. : o : FRESH GOODS By every fcteamer from California, and always on hand, a full and complete line o Provisions, Etc- Etc. dl Satisfac tion guaranteed. Telephone No. 240. V. O. Box No. 297. NEW GOODS! Invito!. -a of Slraitou Slorin. whielvJiAV Street, LINCOLN. 1886. - - - Ho no In lu Sliiiiinl Trlitioiin ATo. 63. YEAR ANT. Directory of Honolulu and prom I tly attended to. Satisfaction guaran 4 si C0.S