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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JULY 2, 1887.
AiTHonm. I'll A-.st-sji.r fur HouoluUi will t iu lus urtii k ttriul t ttu trtmn Iiolu Moiulay, the ls)tU, K SaturJay, ttt Sk. of July, i'tviu 8 iu. to 5 y. iu- A tier Jv.l :vth t ti t Aistor wtll be m jiJuD ttic oumJe limits of ttit Jlstrlct. John ir'sh, y iii -- .r for Honolulu. lcinrliit i l lluuute. All iiiuin l.avlris claims aainut tlie H.i W;ili!i Uovrruiufut are I eiiestril to Sf u.l theia ill wltti an little dtlt us iKiiisit. le, to the tlrpstrt-uitit- i rir.n-i hie lor tiielr linul JatK'U. W. L. UKklEX. Minister of i 1 naucr. Honolulu. Ju'v l?s7. 7fcjylJtf Vinci oj iioM)i,ri,u. ii. i. aiiki ti . ilovois, July "ihr Walehu, from W'aialua S. fjr Uiilele, from Ku:i'i, .Maui tt.f It I t' UK. MoN Dll, J lllv ''". stmr LiUt-iikw. lor Maui, .tt ." J m tiur Wult.ilr, Camp'-fll, ti-r Na 111 will Witnuca, WiUiaiva. -to, K.iual, .it ." t tu tiur I.ehua. I'liirke, tor Mol-Kal, it j p in Strur J A OutiiiuMi'i, Neiliou. for Heeia anil W-.iim.iiialii Siii'r W aiui i iiitl.i, l' ;iilerwr:i, for WaiaUue. Oauu, At 'J iu srmr fc.i. for Kwa s't.r Kaw:illam, for KonUu ('i'ls I.chHik l-(i.v. Miur KuiLiti, I.oifU:eu, for M.iui aud 1U w ill. at 4 j. lu stur W t Hall, fl.ite-;, for Mam and Hawaii, at 10 a m Stuir Mikahala. Froeiuan, for Xawiliih, Wai luea, Koloa. eto, Kauai, at 5 p m S:mr V K Hi.-liop. I'hatiey. for Waiau.ie, Va( lua and Koolau, at y a ui siohr Moi Wahiue, for t'.atuakua Si'hr I.eahl. for Uanalt-i Schr Mauuokawai. for KHlau Si hr Waiehu, for Waialu.t Sclir Wailele, for Kuau, Maul eHtM in Ir! trom riirrlsu Pwrli. Haw jxrk Kalal:aua, C H HeuJersou. from Val jaraiso Bol bk tinilleriuo, SandmaiiQ, frinn Port Tow use ud. V T I' i s. Adams, Louis KeiuprT, from Acapuli'O, via Hi!o, Hawaii H B M's S t'ouiiuest, Charles I. H ley, from Fsquiriault, 1J C Am bktue Earrka, Meyers, from San Fran-oisi-o Brit 'ik Iron t'raj, Jtities, from San Francisco N S W Am bktue S N Castle, H W ltulibard, from San Fraucisoo Am bk James S Stotie, C F Harstow, from Boa tou. Am bk Iloi-e, I W I' I'enhallow, from Port Tow use ud, W f eselH Kp4cieil froiu Foreign purl. 'Haw schr Genfral Sioel, Sauders, from Freuch Frigate Sioals, ifi'.e Nov 'it'-iiO Am bark St Lucia, sailed from New York March 2', J'le Sej temper 5-L'O Ger bk Peter cioduefroy, , sailed from Liverpool May 3td, due Sept 1-25. Brit oark liirmah, from clas jw, due October lo-31 Ger bark Hvdra, from Hooikong, due July Brit bk Velocitr, from Hongkong, due Julv Haw bk Lilian, V Phillips, from Hongkong, due July 19-:)0 Am bktne Ferris s Thompson, C Potter, from San Francisco, due at Kahului July 16-31 Am bk Ceylon, K Calhoun, from .van Francis co, due July Am bktne S G Wilder, H A Paul, from San Francisco, due July 2u--j1 USS Vaudalia (fligshlp), from Chile Chilean corvette F.pinralJa, from South A merica French frigate Duorex, from Chile trench frigate Florie. from Chile Am ik Fdward .May, Johnwon, sailed from Uostun June a.fci. due J.ov i-'23 Ain ship Matilda, Merriman, from Hongkong, due July lo-:sl Haw steamship Australia, II C Houdiette, from San Francisco, due July 26 Haw steamstip Zealandia, R van Oterendorp, from the Colonies, eu route to han Francisco due July 29 L' sis Juniata, from China, due July 9-20 Am tern W H bowne, V Bluhru, from Port Townsend, due Aik 1u-2 H B M's S. Wild Swan. Juo S Halifax, from N Americi, due Aug l-'o Am brstne Wm G Irwin, J E 4McCuHoch, from fan Francisco, due July 24-31 Supposed to be lost. P.VSSEXiEK.S. DLPiitrCBES. For Kauai, per stmr Waialeale, July 25th Misa Kerrick, Miises Johnaon !'2, .Vir Fredeaberg and several deck passengeta. For Kahului, Maui, per itmr Llkelike, July 25tti W Berlowiti, Miss Gusta Berger, J TViln ter, J o W ilder. P Mey-r, lira W tlice and four children. Mis Kate Lishman, Mrs Jos Eras berer, Miss Barba, P H Kahanauui and wife and about 'odeck passengers. MIIPI'FNG XOrtV The schooner Wilele brought 750 bag paddy from Keaeue, Maul, July 2lth. The ftchoonr Waiehu brought 530 Vajs tujar from V.'aialua, Oahu, July 25th. The stearaer Waialeale left yesterday for Faual in chr of Captain Macaulay of the Jiine Makee, Captain Campbell remaining a-hore this trip, owing to nines. The steamer Mikahala leave thi.t Afternoon j of the remarks made by Mr. Kalaukoa, for Kau3t. j rf.fprrjr)g to the tower of removing Min- The schooner Mol whlne in.1 t.viy for IT am- j,. being granted to the people for akua, Hawa.i. the tm(- p.po" continued at The steamer W. O. Hall sails this mornlr. for i . , , , , ,, . . . , . , ,. , . i consideraVle length, urgimr his bearers Mini and Haw-I1, and will arrive here aijain j -" .- - next Monday afternoon to . onnert with the ; to vote in representatives who would re ateanier. I move the present oppression. The s.-hoonr Waioii i.rouht i7 hai -".iar ! r Henry Waterhou-e was next. and AH hiJe from Kiiau, Maui. July th. called UpJtl. He said in explanation The .steamer kin.iu leave this afternoon for Hi lo and way porta, and will return next Sun- day. The steamship Australia U due this morning froii. San Francinco. The steamsr Iwilani will leave to-morrow for Hamakua, Hawaii. The Lark Iron Cra received sugar from sev eral coasting steamers and schooners yesterday. ! FECIAL BUSINESS NOTE'S. m tbo time- to .-e-u re l.nrtiraiii- i .V ladies and children'--hats at -s" iea ran' e sale. :ar-h. ! Cniiif to-morrow and bring your friends', to -en the mammoth bargains in ladies hat-, from .Vk up, at Chas. J. Fi-hel's Iead- ; f,!!,iiriT T f .-! i ; ' riernniints in colored embroideries can be found at N. S. sarh's clearance sale way Mow cost. Call early to-niorrow morni:ig. " " Genuine bargains' in ladies' underwear and corsets at Sash's tore. Call at once. The most wonderful va'iies in ladies' and biases' trimmed and untrirnmed hats ever offered in Honolulu are at Fi-hel's leading ifillinerv House. The 25. ""( and r cent hats are -eUin like hot cake-at bach's clearance -ale. MASS MEETING. XalJtc HHnnluiiit a I iiutkrtill 4 linrcti. It an- YtttT.l.iy uitiinuon a, ma uf luitivt Hawuiiuns was luUl at tin Kaumakaiili Cliuivli, which was at teinjet 1 by abuiit three hunthvil Mr. Kuimi was elcctcl Chairman an. I Mr. Kriix.lt Johnson Sr- rotary. Mr. Henry Watcrhou-, lh-v. 1. Yaivaiolc, acting ja.-tur uf tin? rhun )i, aii.l many niiiin-nt Hawaiian were amuiw those present. The chairman unnuuiH-eil that the meeting hal been ealleu fur the purpose of nominating canlilates for thy lloiie of Nobles a titl Representatives. He vannil the .-peakers iut to ue any ex citing lan-ruae, for it they 1 i 1 he shmilil ! c n-i Icr it his ilutv to call them to ordei'. He t lit ii tailed upon Mr. S. Kane to address the audience. Mr. Kane said V are aemlh'l here to-day tor the purpose ol nominat itl; our eatidiilates tor the eoinin;r elec tion. A short time ao a new eonstitu tioti was drawn up and sLmmm! !' Hi MajestyJ the Kinj' and his Ministers. We Lave? not yet signed it. 1 do not hesitate to .-ay that souse oi the articles in the new (Constitution uie erv irood. hut there are some that 1 do not aree j on Heretania street out towards the plains, with. For the tiist time iu the history i It i-not know ii w ho it belonged to. Ves of Ho- k'burd.mi vi.. b iv.. tb. m.wer to teidav afternoon a hor-e attat bed to an vote for Nobles, that is nrovidiii ' we ! take oath under the new Constitution, j If we do not take the oath, of course we j cannot vote. ?hit in this perilous time ! we are under obliatioi to take) oath under it. No matter whether we j ajTtv with it or not we shall have a ma- j jority on our side, and then will he able j to change it. The wharf laborers who I work tor $2 a day cannot vote for a noble. To have that privilege ;i man ! mut have an annual income of o0'. j Which of us then can vote for Nobles ? Cries of "none." It has been said that native llawaiians can never hold meet ings without having a row. Now, 1 see j before me people of my own race, quiet I and peaceable. I am glad that we I la- ! waiians can assemble and hold meetings without arms. Applause. The chairman then called upon Mr. J. (. Carter to speak, but that gentle man was not present. When the people heard the mention of Mr. Carter's name I they became rather uneasy, and several j of them shouted out. "We shall leave if : he speaks." Mr. W. II. Halstead was next called but did not respond. Mr. A. P. Kalaukoa then addressed the meeting as follows: This meeting; was called for nominating candidates. As none had yet been nominated lie ! would propose bis own name as one for the district of Honolulu. He approved of the new Constitution, and spoke at ; length on its merits. Liberty of voting had never before been accorded the I people. Heretofore the Legislature had consisted principally of olfice holders, j and they did as they were instructed by i their suieriors. We now have the j power to remove Cabinet Ministers. ' Now, tell me, have any of you been en- dangered by this new Constitution? ! (Cries of "Nui ka pilikia!" We are greatly oppressed). j Mr. J. M. Toepoe next ascended the j platform, and was received with a- ! plause. He said that the country which j heretofore bad been jubilant was now in j mourning. Tlie previous speaker had said that they were not oppressed by this new Constitution. He is the anyel of death. Applause. There are two classes of people the rich and the oor. The former are treading on our rights. There is a little goodness in the new Constitution, but there was much to condemn. In the next Legis lature the new Constitution will be finally approved. Its aim is to make Hawaii a republic. The Americana ! have no resjeet for royalty, for they ' have no King. Therefore they want to j exercise the same ower here as they ' do in their own country. They are do ing it little by little, and it will not be long before Hawaii becomes an entire republic. We who cherish our King ought not to allow this to be done. Therefore we must unite together, heart and soul, and elect candidates who will remove this oppression. He disapproved that he had never given any instruct ions for the d'jors of the Kaumakapili Chtircli to be closed against meetings, as had been stated. They could vote for their own Representatives, ntid they would have a voice in the House. Th" meeting then adjourned. LOCAL AND GENERAL. Tbp steamf-r V. . Hall s.tiN at (O o'dotk this morniitsr ori heru-ual rout'. Nfr. ieo. If. Tweedie will take bar-rf of Tlieo. H. Pavies .t ('.' new -tore at jj K;tuaj j Mr. I. ('. .lones wi'l jrepare tb" pro eraimne for thf 1'lue Hibbou entertain- . merit next .-aturday evemng. 1 California produce will be rer-f.jred by th ! Australia by H. K. Mr In tyre v. brothers, : corner of King and Fort -treets. ! All interested in cricket are invited to ! : attend a meeting at the Hawaiian Hotel (m Thursday evening at o'cl-K-k. ; , . ; If you want to have a poot -e;i batti. take the 'bu and eo out t the Waikiki bath hou-e. Fvery n'-comtu.-'datiori i!! be found there. Ky the Au-tralia. Lewis ,v Co. will re' elve j their usual consignment irmu alitorma t j fruits, fish an-1 vegetables on i Leave i otr irders early. po not forgot that luvis. U'ihier's .-tore is the plaei? to vi-sit after the arrival f tlie Australia if you wi-h fre-li California i I nut- ami wt-taMes- ! The -ailing of the Kin.iu liai been p-i-meetin' poiifl until I oYlm k this aturiiuon, m a- ( to take the mail expeiteil I'V tlio Australia, j fur Maui ami Hawaii. j Application tor t'oreiirn money order-. 1 l. or -team-hin Zo alamiia . J ul 1st, will be reeeived at the I'o-t otlice Up to 4 .clock Thursday afternoon. Mr. .V S. !-ach- of the I'opular Millinery House will make a new announcement in a lew days which will startle the commu nity. Keep on the lookout fur it. The Oeeanie Company's -team-hip Aus tralia i- due to-day from San Franii-io. with twenty-one day-' later new-. Her .Majesty iUfrii Kapi"lani and suite are ex pei ted to return by her. At a special meeting of 1'acilie llo-e t. ompany No. 1 held la-t evening MX or 'seven meml-er- were e.(Uipieit. tnneis ! (.re-eiited them-ele-. but the matter of ! eiUipment wa- not acted upon in their ca-e. Tlie l.ikeiike h-it port at o'clock la-t evening lor Maui. When otV diamond Mead -he Wa- een to -top. and one of tier boat- was lowered. It is, learned that -he picked up three men iu a whale boat, who were in ui-tic . About half-past lu o'clock Sat unlay a gray hor-e attached to a brake ran away -'Xl'i'ss wa-on ran away on ttie aine street and in the same direction. atlvfrtijefrmruw. LOST. A CAN'K. WITH HOHSKS HEAD OF SILVFU. Finder will be rewarded by returning name to I'. C. A)ivKKii"Hi oftli e. T54iy2t;tf L. R. K EER 5 M I! It C HAN T T A T L O E 27 3Ierchait Street, j lias lately received from England a large selection of i k :.: j J DIAGONALS AND- Fancy Trouserings, ComprwinK u. largest and most varied stock ever opened out in Honolulu, all person ally selected by Mr. Kerr at the manufacturers while abroad . ami Ti'imiiiiiK 0 f fr Sale to the Trade and others. Hell Telephone. ii. 1, I. 4.Ito :tO. i i i i; i d u. i). i VjI n. f'7i!ei-S 1ST OTIC JU. lawn t knnis sets. comi'ij;tk cihckkt si:t? (r Men and ( hil li ' ri. Fire Arms ami 101 Of all kinds. Arid complete stock of SI'OKTIM; MATLTMAb i lieil llork lrieri. AT MRS. THO-. LACK'S, 7tjyjotf si FORf STRFET. LOST " r 1 T THF F iHRTII OF Jl IV B! I., A PI. At' K tbref ccirt.ere.-l shawl. fhe fimlr-r will """lifer a favr.r bv leaving th same it tbia of'l. :. 7'jy7f in n l W'mn I ifffc ! i dnrj:rr.uii.3. The Equitable Life Assurance Society OF THF. r.NITF.N STATES. Heath claims psiid in l-5b lm.i jer cent I As-cts. January 1, l-:7.. $ 75.olo.-J7J 7, j Liabilities, 4 percent ha-i- it'J, 154 ,5i7 Oo ; .Surplus, 1 percent ba-i- $l,:4.r,?7.; T: The surplus is ba-ed oil the conservative a--umptiin that only 4 per cent interest will be realized op investment.-. Auiuing that 4 bj per cent will be reul ied. it amounts to $3,1h.j.17.j 7b. JEr-'IheM Kl'l.l , on eVerv ba-is .t valiiiition. IS LAKtiKli THAN THAT F ANY TH Kit COMPANY IN THF. W'oltLI). New assurance in lsi; $ 1 1 1 ,."4o.l .i Lin-jjer tliaii tbut ot any other i-uiupauy. Outstanding as-urance.. . 4Il,77'..We n) Larger thitii that i)J' any other i-ouijiany. l'aid jxiliey h"lh rs in ls.si;. m ,:;: i, m C i" 1'aid policy holders since- or ganization t;." 17, 7;t ". Total income l!t,--7.'',7.'' 1! i'reniium income lb,''7,bl bj Larger tlian tiut of any uther comj any. IMl'Itt IVKMKNT Dt'ltlNii T1IK VKAH. Iiii-ifusi' ui' iiein. iiifoine ,,Hi),'J7.' 40 1 iu r-as:. of miridiis, 4 per Cent hasis. -J,4'.l (,i:;ii ti:i Ilicrea.se ot' asset; s,,y."7,i.8." liC I'oiii-ies issued nil all the das. w ith all the f;uaraiitees aud iimoessiolis. b'vr full Jsirtieu lars aj-ply tu ALF.X. J. ('ATITWKK HIT, ClfJ luavl'i 'S3 No. :l Kaahuiiiauu !tret. TAKO Fl.OUit FACT()I5Y,i WitiliiKu, Mam, "lOMMENVKD OPKRATIOXS ON THl'KPAY. j Mh3- ytlth, and arn now prepared to supply TAIU H,(lllt iu auy quantities. With new and improved ma', hinery and other apparatus, the present Manager guarantees to supply Taro Flour that will make a better class of l'ol thau ever produced. All orders to be Bent to W. H. Cl'MMINS, taIlai!er, at the Factory, Waihiku, M.iui ; or to W. u". 1UWIN A; CO., Agents, Honolulu. ;.Ij"m8y27tfdw MARSHAL'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of execution dssued out of the Huprenie Court on the 18th day of June, A. li. lBST.ayainst B. Kalilimoku, defendant, in favor of A. J. Cartw right, trustee of the estate of R. W. Holt, deceased, plaintiff, for the sum of i'.i'JS o5, I have levied upon and shall expose for sale at the front entrance of Kalakaua Hale, i u Hono lulu, island of Oahu, at 12 o'clock in. on Monday, August 1, A.I). 1887 To the highest bidder, all the rijilit, title and in terest of the said B. Kalilimoku, defendant, in and to the following property, unless said judg l:; ot, interest, costs, and my expenses be pre vioe ily paid. I.isi of property for sale; Land a.' Keanae, Hana, Maui, R. P. 3,2f7 L. 0. A. 4,8f7, to Ghiki; area 1 50-100 acres. Land at Tabou, Koolau, Maui, R. P. 3,'215, to Kalilimoku; area, 13 7 100 acres. Land at llonokohau, Kapauku, Maui, Jl. V. 4.C15, L. C.A. 5,027, to Kapoi; area, 50-100 acre. Right, title and interest of B. Kalilimoku in a certain piece of laud at Walane and Pahou, Keanae, liana. Maui, described in lease recorded Lib. 45, fol. 481; area, 107 acres. B. Kalilimoku with Kulili (v) of Kulihi, Oahu, made a mortgage to Uonuakaha of Honolulu, dated Nov. 13, 1883, recorded Lib. HO, folio Hfe-9; B. Kalilimoku mortaying the above described lands, and Kalili (vvi tbe following lands to wit; 1. Apana I, R. P. 1,1'.5, L. C. A., 1.238, to Hoe nui, Kalihi, Oahu; area Cllf'hai us. 2. Apana 3, R. P. l, t'.'5, L. C. A. 1.23S to Hoe nui, Kalihi, Oahu; area, 25-1U0 acre. Terms cash. Deeds at expense of purchasers. JOHN LOTA KAl'Ll'KOU, Marshal. Honolulu, Jmie 21, 1887. The above sale is postponed until August 1st, at V- o'clock noon, by order of the Marshal. 7.1latigl PACIFIC 8TKAM BOOK AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE Is prepared to do all kinds of Commercial & Legal Work f favinfj just Received a Com pie to and New Assortment of Job Types and Ornaments j Of the Litest HtvU-B. from tlie most Colo j braUd Fontifliics of tbe United States, and employtiiK only Experienced arif'. iasty V'orkiof n, we are j prepared to turn out i Iti 1 1 IIet-i. j flrciifnr. Staleii.enf , Hill ol l.atllHKr, Mirtet4, MorlKHKO ItlitnUa, ,eNei, . If f if 'iilriirl4, (111 fluWHliRII t f iiiflbbi i'n leitlnri, ItlHflk Ktofk -rti fln !'. Riil ii ( fnriU. SIHl ll-iK. Vlllk lletKtH, i I'.xiili I betks tprtr, j Keeolpt". j .ffrrlte Ortltlrnr", i Illplomnn. ' h Ion nvn, llfl 1 1 ii if I'ikIi i Atid Fn fjift pvfryf hiHir wliich ft firsf-r Ihh ' of?if"fa i j, ISC) torltsfnirnts BOATS FOR .SALE! 1 l.ree Vl.al I'o.its. Our de. ked Whale !! a(. : tet It 1 B ftt wide. ,i le t de, ) vo JJ-fiet Mil!" lioat.-. Cilie is- leet surf H"al. Olie decked 1'lilLiger, f. tret lot.,.', C tt t C 1 W ldt, 2 fttt t IU lit deep. It L luast nud OLt '-I'cet S.ililliii S. oW, dei kid. With Uia: tichi 1 is . t atld sails. Oae 1 -1 : si Litt.tei . deckt-d. r it. it Y.4.. "lt'jel'-tf lio.it liuiidel and Otljtlal Ji' her r, 1. BASS k. snows T. J. IiA88 & CO. Ill.poit.ls ol jud leaii is iu A-rtistfs' - Materials, Paiuts, Oils, Glass, Varnishes. Tu rt-e u 1 1 la. MatiUIa-ti)r is of ! ui iliit'-, I'U tiire I'luiurM, eti-.. eti- , etf. 11 ami Iti i;lli Mreel iirur .Market. SAN r'KANClSft , CA1-. t;;niuu ntf CAItOLAX & CO. lMroim r.s ok Jl A III) WARE. Iroii, Stetl, Pipe, Mill st,d Mining Supplies. Ill to 115 C'Hli fornix SI.. Shu 1'rau !. r44 aiitrlu Australian 3!ail Service. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. The new and fine Al steel steamship " ZEALANDIA' Of tin Oceanic sieamsiiip fouipany. will be due at HoiimIuIu from Sydio-y mid An. kiana on or uhottl JULY 1887, Au4 w ill leave for the absvi- port with maf! and passengers on or about that date. For freight or pd;snK-. havi'iig .St'PKRIOR ACCOMMuliATlONs.Hpidy to Win. (t. Irwin A Co., AfiKSTS. For Sydney ami Auckland. 'l'he new and line A I steel steamship "MARIPOSA," Of the Oceanic steamship Company . will be due at Honolulu from san Francisco r or ttiiont August 5, 1887. And will have pronipi dl.ipau-n with mails and passengers for ttie above ports. For freight or passage, huvin? Sl'PF.RIOR AC COMMODATIO.NS, apply to Wm. (f. Irwin ASCo., 4i AGENTS New ThotOiiTaidi Uooms. OVER NICHOL'S STORK. FORT STREET, nex t the Shooting Gallery. Pictures, Port raits and Views. First-class work. Satisfaction guaranteed. 114ap2 l. A. WONSALVES. Wm. G. Irwin & Co OFl'I-ll KOIi SAI.K: SU Gr . V I I S DRV ORANULATK1X In Barrels, Half Barrels. And 30-pound Boxes. CUBK In Half Rarrois And 25 pound Roxi-s POWDKRKD In 30-pound Boxes. OOI.1IEN C. COFFKK In Half Parre's TEAS Kino JIottliMl Soap SAUI.ON FLOUR Cs Milium Uiviul. O IL B 1 I'LL M:1I ri'UK'A I j.im i: s c i:.m i:nt (lalvanizcil Iron Iioofmg, m ix; i ts c; scickws jhhI v vshi:hs. Snirar IJas "22 x :5f. CORDAGE. M iiilli in 1 V Hi-ma 1 v, i n, W I.irj? deed's Fell Steam Pipe ami Poller Covering. (iitASS si:i:ns. 11 1 1.L '11.11 m:US. " I KM M. (M"tmi!p for rump lur : Kir it ytue ynrri". SEW (iOODS! B. F. EHLEES & CO. 00 Fovt Street, Have just ojn'ned a new consignment of and SEASONABLE IGOODS. I .r" C7"Insieetion CKxAES Ll" yon warn u fiu CliJAK, try some arme-il at HOLLISTER & CO.S, 109 Fort 73 PI. HI. Mclntyre & J3ro., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IS Groceries Provisions and Feed KANT CORNER FORT AND KINO STREETS. New Ooods i ved by verr packet from the Eastern States and urop. rejih California Prodnceby every -..-amer. All orders (rthfully attended to, and Good delivered to any part of tb "lty free of oharr. Island orders solicited. .Satisfaction guaranted. PontoCirr Box No. 14i Telephone No. Vi eo ap!7 1S76. GEO. W. LINCOLN. 1886. BUILDER. 75 and 77 Kinpr Street, Bell Telephone No. 273. 65 Only nouse making a specialty of Fine Groceries and Table Dellcaciei. New Noveltlea always arriving. HERRMANN , I. SADLER, ESTABLISHED 18fl0 trrELlA MAI'. J ALBERT rA.XJ & CO., IMPORTERS FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Fancy and Staple Groceries, Correspondence Solicited. Knu FrautUco, Cl., T. H. A, SOLE AGENTSfFCR Gordon & Dilworth'o fine Prenerved Fruits and Jellied in glass: Rirhirdson & ItoMiisi' Canned, Potted or Deviled Meats, Curried OvMero, Fowl, Plum Pudding; Thou. i. Meyer & Co. 'a Oyttera, Vegetables, etc.: H. O. Wilbur k Sons' Chocolate, Cocoatheta, etc.; E. J. Larrabee'a fin Cracker and Biscuits: Wilson & Cass Co., Crystal Soda Wafers; Franco-American French Roups, la fflatia and tins; Windsor Manor Pickles; "Shrewsbury Tomato Ketcnup; Mac Crqnarht'a only genuine imported Worcestershire Sauce: Dandicolle & Uaudin'i French Mushrooms, Veifetables, etc.. In class: J. Mottet & Cie., prize medal pure. Olive Oil; Gilibert & Tessier's F'reuch Maccarool, Ver micelli and Pastes; Adams' pure Maple Syrup; M ittoni's Giesshubler (Karlstiadi Empress of Table Waters; A. B. Cleveland Co. (Limited new process Split Peas; Merritt's Russet Cider; Robert Norton's Pineapple Cheese; Julius J. 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