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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JULY 2i, 1887
BY AUTHORITY.
Tax A.eftors Kotlr.
The Assessor for Honolulu will La lu hi office
to attend to the returns from Monday, the ISth,
to Saturday, the .?Oth of July, from 8 a lu. to 3
p. lu. After July 30th the Assessor will be en
gaged on the outside limits of the district.
JOHN RO&S,
72-Jy30 A nnor for Honolulu.
Depart me nt ol I'iuRnrf.
All terjom having claims atfainat the Ha
waiian Government are requested to send them
in with as little delay as possible, to the depart
ments responsible for their liquidation.
W. L. OREEN',
Minuter of Finance.
Honolulu, Ju'y 12, 188T. 7)jyl3tf
FORT OF HONOLULU, 11. 1.
AKKIVALS.
TaritsDAT, July 28.
Steamer J A Cummius. Nellaen, f rom Waima
nalo. Oahu
Srhr Mokuola. from Ewa
Schr JosHi)liine, from 1'wa
Schr Itainhow, from Koolau, Oahu
IKIVIM I Itt.Si.
ihurhdat. Ja ly 28.
Sttnr Waimanalo, Underwood, for Waialuaand
Vi'aianae, at a m
Stmr J A Cummins, Neilaon, for Waiinanalo,
Oahu
Schr Haleakala . for Pepeekeo, Hllo, Hawaii
Htiur Ewa, for Ewa
etiels l.cnvlnic To-day.
Haw schr Man, Neilsou, for the South Sea
IslanrU
Am ship Mercury, J L Panno, for Port Town-
end
Hchr Rainbow, tor Koolau
Bchr Wailele, for Laupahoehoe
Vessels 1 11 Port from Foreliru Ports.
Haw bark Kalakaua, C H Hendeaoa, from Val
paraiso Bol bk Oulllermo, Handaiann. from Port
Townsend, WT
(JS8 AdaniH, I.ouis Kempff, from Acapuloo,
-via Uilo, Hawaii
H li M'a B Conquest, Charles L Oxley, from
F.squimault. B C
Am bktue Eureka, Meyers, from San Fran
cisco Brit bk Iron Crag, Jones, from San Francisco
X S V
Am bktne S N Castle, II W Hubbard, from San
Francisco
Am bk James S Stone, C F Barstow, from Eos
ton. Am bk Hope, D W P Penhallow, from Port
Townsend. V T
Haw S S Australia, H C Houdlette, from San
Francisco
Haw bk Lilian, J B Holland, from Hongkong
VeitseNKxpectcil rrom Foreign porta.
Haw schr General Siegel, Sanders, from
French Frigate Shoals, t e Nov 20-34)
Am bark St Lucie, sailed from New York March
20, due September 5-30
tier bk Peter Ooddefroy, , sailed from
Liverpool May Sid, due Sept I-2j.
Brit oark Birmah, from Glasgow, due October
15-31
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due July
18-'8
Brit bk Velocity, from Hongkong, due July
26-31
Am bktne Ferris S Thompson, C Potter, from
San Francisco, due at Kahulul July 10-31
Am bk Ceylon, U Calhoun, from San Francis
co, due July '.'-24
Am bktne S G Wilder, H A Paul, from San
Francisco, due July 20-31
USS Vaudalia (flagship), from Chile
French frigate Ducrex, from Chile
French frigate Florin, from Chile
Am ok Edward May, Johnson, sailed from
Bouton June 23d. due Nov 1-25
Am bhlp Matilda, Merriman, from Hongkong,
due July 12-31
Haw steamship Zealandia, U van Oterendorp,
from the Colonies, eu route to San Francisco
due July 2
V HS Juniata, from China, due July 8-20
Mu tern V S Bowue, W Bluhm, from Port
Towu.iend, due Au 10-25
U li M'b S Wild Swan, Juo S Halifax, from N
America, due Aug 1-20
Am hrgtne Wm G Irwin, J E McCulloch, from
San Francisco, due Jnly 24 31
Chilean corvette Esmeralda, from South
America
Am brgtne Consuelo, E B Cousins, from Port
Townsoud, due Aug lft-31
K M. S S Mariposa (Am), Hay ward, from San
Frac.cisco, en route to the Colonies, due Aug 5
Supposed to be lost.
NIIIPPIXJ XtH E!.
Th Hawaiian bark Lilian was berthed at
Brewer's wharf July 28th, where she will dis
charge cargo.
The steamers Llkelike and Lebua will be due
to-morrow morning from windward ports.
The steamship Australia has begun receiving
sugar.
The steamer' J. A. Cummins arrived July 58th
from Waimanalo, Oahu. with 1,000 bags sugar,
which were placed on board the barkentine
Eureka. Khe will bring another load of 1,000
bags from the same place to-morrow for the
same vessel.
The sloop Kahibllanl brought 100 bags rice
from Puuloa, Oahu, July 28th.
The Hawaiian bark James A. King, formerly
the British bark Huron, and lately the Nor
wegian bark Oulllermo, will sail to-morrow In
ballast for Port Townsend. VT. T Captain H. H.
Berry has command of her.
The American full-rigged ship Mercury, Cap
tain J. L. Panno, sails to-day in ballast for Port
Townsend, W. T., for orders.
The schooner Wailele takes a load of fertil
izers to Laupahoehoe, Hawaii, to-day.
The schooner Rainbow brought 53 barrels mo
lasses and 75 bae rice from Koolau, Oaha, July
28th.
The bark James S. Stone has commenced dis
charging her coal at Brewer's wharf.
The schooner Mokuola brought 240 bunched
bananas from Ewa, Oahu, July 23th.
The Hawaiian schooner Mana, Captain C.
Neilson, sails to-, lay for the South Pacific.
The steamer C. K. Bishop, Captain Chaney,
will hereafter leave this port at 9 o'clock every
Monday for Walanae, Walalua, Mokulela, Laie,
Hauula, Kaneohe and Punaluu, returning every
Friday afternoon.
The barkeutine S. N. Castle will commence
takiug in sugar for San Francisco next week.
The schooner Josephine arrived Jaly 28th
I rom Pearl River Harbor with 133 bunches ba
nanas for the steamship Zealandla.
The steamer &tnau will be due Sunday morn
ing. The Hawaiian steamship Zealandia will arrive
to-day from the Colonies, en route to San
Francisco.
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTES.
Now is the time to secure bargain in
ladies and t hilclren's hats at N. H. Sach's
Clearance sale.
Come to-morrcw and bring your friends
to see the raauimoi nrpains in ladies'
hats, from 50c up, at t. J. Fishrl's lead
ing Milliuery Hoii!e. 0
Kemnants in colored embroideries can
be found at N. S. Sach's clearance sale
way below cost. Call early to-morrow
morning.
Genuine bargains in ladies' underwear
iid corsets at bach's tcre. Call at once."
ECLIPSE"
The most wonderful values in ladies' and
misses' trimmed and untrimmed hat ever
offered in Honolulu are at Fi-hd'? lending
Milliner v House.
The 2.r, 50 and 75 cent hats are selling
like hot takes at Such's clearance s:tle.
OAHU CRICKET CLUB
Tlie Xaiue or a- Sew Organization
Formed Lait Evening.
Last evening, pursuant to a call by
Mr. T. Lfchman, about tweinj. -ntU1-men
interested in the game of crick, t
met at the Hawaiian Hotel. Mr. A. M.
Hewett stated the object of the meeting
was either to resuscitate the old club or
form a new one. He nominated Uev.
Alex. Mackintosh as Chairman and
Wray Taylor as Secretary of the meet
ing. The Chairman said thev were met to
devise some means to establish a per
manent Cricket Club. His experience
in the matter had not been a brilliant
one, but if they could come to some
good resolutions and become a body, it
would be a good thing physically and
mentally.
Mr. Hewett said the first thing to be
considered was funds.
Mr. F. Yates thought that before the
fund question came up they should form
a club and elect officers.
Mr. Hewett said they would require
funds to get the grounds in order. He
only considered this a preliminary meet
ing. Mr. Yates moved that a club be
formed and officers elected.
A long discussion then took place as
to the advisability of reviving the old
club or forming a new one. Finally Mr.
Lishman moved that a new club be
started, and it was agreed to.
It was decided to call it Oahu Cricket
Club, and the following officers were
elected to serve for one year: Presi lent,
Kev. Alexander Mackintosh ; Vice Presi
dent, Thos. Rain Walker; Secretary and
Janitor, A. M. Hewett ; Treasurer, E.
B. Giffard; Captain, T. Lishman.
Mr. Hewett moved that the iuitiation
fee be fixed at $5, and the dues $1 per
month. Agreed to.
The same gentleman also moved that
the officers appointed be a committee to
draw up rules and by-laws, to be pre
sented at a future meeting to be called
by the President. Agreed to.
The Chairman asked how much it
would take to clear up the grounds and
whitewash the pavilion and fences.
Mr. Hewett thought it could be done
for $200.
The following committee was ap
pointed to solicit subscriptions to carry
out the work: A. M. Hewett, Chairman;
T. K. Walker, J. II . Wodehouse, Jr., H.
M. Whitney, Jr., T. M. Starkey, T.
Lishman and J. W. Carter.
Mr. Hewett stated that a subscription
list would at once be opened at his
store.
The meeting throughout was very en
thusiastic. It would have been better
attended if there had not been so many
other things going on. However, the
club is formed, and good results mav be
expected.
The Australia.
The Oceanic Company's steamship
Australia sails on Tuesday, August 2d,
for San Francisco. The following pas
sengers are already booked at Messrs.
W. O. Irwin & Co.'s office to leave by
her :
Thos. R. Walker, wife and son, I. O.
Tewksbury and wife, S. Roth and son, D.
Choote and wife, L. A. Dickey, A. W.
Goldsmith, W. II. Coney, Dr. Lanig, W.
Todd, J. A. Hopper, Miss M. Hopper. Mrs.
McDonald, Jas. Kenton, Miss E. Kenton,
Jas. Mclntyre, Miss M. Mclntyre, Palmer
Woods. Charles Maguire, II. N. McChes
ney, wife and four children, R. Davis, Jas.
Wilder, Mr. Wolfe, Mrs. Hansen and son,
A. Shepard, wife and daughter, Charles
Mure, Rev. Geo. Wallace, wife and chil
dren, Mrs. J. S. McGrew and 2 children,
Mrs. M. M. Scott and two children; A. E.
Iliggins and wife, Mrs. H. Waterhouse,
Misses Nellie and May Waterhouse, Mas
ters Fred and Ernest Waterhouse, Mrs.
Harris and daughter. Mrs. II. Robinson
and maid, A. M. Goldsmith, T. J. Vivian,
Mrs. Denning and daughter, Miss F.
Hirshbnrg, Miss A. McGown, X. S. Sachs,
Mrs. Haalelea Coney, J. Willis, Miss Wills,
John Mclntyre.-
Wetldins Bell. v"
Last evening Mr. John W. Winter was
united in marriage to Miss Maggie
Kruger at the residence of Mr. S. Roth.
The front of the house was most bril
liantly illuminated with colored lanterns,
and presented an attractive appearance.
A large lanai had been erected in rear of
the house, and it was decorated with
flags. The ceremony was performed by
the Rev. E. G. Beckwith, D.P., the
bridal couple standing under a hand
some wedding bell of white flowers.
After the ceremony a reception was
held, which was attended by about two
hundred invited guests. An elegant
supper was served in the lanai. Hon. S.
B. Dole proposed the health of the bride,
and called upon Mr. Charles Creighton
to respond. The latter did so, and then
proposed the health of Mr. and Mrs.
Roth, the host and hostess. The Royal
Hawaiian Band played appropriate se
lections during the evening.
The 'ew Constitution.
The P. 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.
4.
I ST. ANDREW'S PRIORY.
i
i
' Ilxaminatinnt ami Cloning t'.xerfl.
at Till lustituttou.
j The St. Andrew's Priory School for
i Girls closed another year yesterday with
i a programme of very interesting exer
j cises. During the past three weeks the
; examinations have been going on, and
the result is very satisfactory. In
Scripture, arithmetic and algebra the
pupils have been examined by the Rev.
Herbert H. Gowon, S. A. C, and that
gentleman expresses himself well pleased
with the papers, which are characterized
by great accuracy and neatness of writ
ing. The examination extended over a
wide range of subjects, and reflects
credit alike on teachers and pupils. The
drawings and paintings deserve special
mention, particularly those by the first
class. It would be difficult to find bet
ter work in any school on the islands.
Arithmetic reached a very high stand
ard, and was well done, especially in the
more difficult rules.
The school is in charge of Eldress
Phoebe, assisted by Sisters Beatrice and
Albertina, Miss. S. M. Martin and two
pupil teachers. During the past term it
has been very full of pupils, indeed
in the early part a number of applica
tions had to be refused. The Board of
Education very liberally appropriated a
sum of money to Eldress Phoebe, which
enabled her to build a large and com
modious schoolroom, and also repair the
other buildings. This done, quite a
number of new boarders entered the in
stitution. The greatest attention is paid
to the religious and moral training of
the pupils, and all possible is done for
their enjoyment of good health.
THE CLOSIN'Q EXERCISES.
At 1 o'clock vesterdav afternoon the
closing exercises took place in the new
school-room. It was most beautifully
decorated with fl.igs, flowers and ever
greens, and looked more like a fairy
bower. A platform had been erected at
one end, and it was decorated with
flags. The room was crowded in every
part and many w ere unable to obtain ad-mitrar.e--.
Vnong those present were
tioTi, :- , . r. ,'ir Majesty's the King and
Queen, 11. R. II. Princess Liliuokalani,
H. R. H. Princess Poomaikelani, 11. R.
H. Princess Kaiulani, Hon. Chas. R.
Bishop, President of the Board of Edu
cation ; Right Rev. the Bishop of Hono
lulu and Mrs. Willis, Rev. M. L. Ons
low, Chaplain of II. B. M. S. Conquest;
Revs. Alex. Mackintosh, II. H. Gowen
and V. H. Kitcat, Hon. J. L. Kaulukou
and wife, Miss Stella Keomaikalani,
Hon. Kia Nahaolelua and wife, Mrs. J.
W. Robertson, Mrs. Malcolm Brown,
Mrs. L. J. Levey, Mrs. P. Jones, Miss
Alcala, Miss Lucy Peabody, etc.
The programme opened with a greet
ing and song by the infant class, consist
ing of some twenty-five bright and inter
esting looking little girls, neatly attired
in white, who at once won the hearts of
the audience by their clever re
citing and singing. Nellie Hingley
next recited "Chicadee" hi a very pleas
ing manner. A piano solo, "Overture to
Masaniello," was well played by Emma
Mossman. It w as followed by a dialogue,
"Helps to Read," with the following
characters :
"Ben Magicus" ..Emma Kawewehi
'Goody Green" Etta Daniel
It caused much amusement. After Roso
Mossman had recited "Queen Victoria's
Promise," the third class gave a calis
thenic song, "The Clock." It was cap
itally done. A scene from "Dr. Dil
worth" came next, the following being
the characters :
"Dr. Dilworth" Nellie Cook
"Peter Paddington" . . . Zoe Haimoipo
"Syntax" Eliza Kanehaku
"Zoe" ... lied wig Holstein
It was given in costume, and pleased
the audience very much.
Fannie Malulani gave a recitation in
French, and showed that she had taken
great pains in the study of this language.
A calisthenic song, "The Bird," fol
lowed by the fourth class, and then
came the best thing in the afternoon,
"Casket Scenes from the Merchant of
Venice." The characters were alloted
as follows :
"Bassanio" Cate Rowland
"Prince of Morocco". . .Dora Mossman
"Prince of Arragon" Julia Ross
"Gratiano" Emma Hatfield
"Portia" Mary Rowland
"Nerissa" Emma Mossman
A messenger Mary Leleo
Pages, attendants, etc.
Words can hardly express the excellent
performance given by the pupils of these
scenes. The costumes were elaborate
and the stage settings unique. Mary
Howland was perfect as Portia. Pos
sessing a pretty face and figure, she car
ried her part along with all the dash of a
professional player. Her sister, Cate
Howland, was exceedingly good as Bas
sanio. All the characters were well sus
tained, and, taking it all together, it is
safe to say that no better performance
has ever been given at any school
exhibition on these Islands. It must
have taken hours of labor to prepare the
pupils and their costumes. Their Majes
ties the King and Queen were so pleased
with the performance that at their re
quest it was repeated. The music intro
duced in the scenes was capitally ren
dered. Atter Fannie Malulani and Bertha
Smithies had played a piano duet the
first and second classes gave apart song,
"The Star and the Flower," in capital
style. An epilogue by four small pupils
followed, after which the entire school
sang "Hawaii Ponoi," the audience
standing. The Royal visitors then re
tired. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES.
After a brief interval the prizes were
presented by the Bishop of Honolulu. His
Lordship took occasion to congratulate
the Sisters upon having a new school
room and also upon the great success of
the closing exercises. It showed that
roat pains had been taken with the
I
pi-.;.'.iS. ami tnai tney naa made mucii
1 4. iL 1 s i
pi ogress. The following is the prize
. list:
CLASS I FIRST DIVISION.
Cla-s Prize Cate Rowland and Fanny ;
Malulani. !
Astronomy. Arithmetic and scripture
; Cate Howland.
Music Cute Rowland and Fanny Ma-
lulani.
I Frtnch Fanny Malulani.
! Physic- Emma Mossman and Bertha
.Smithies.
I Grammar Eliza Kanehaku and Coiv
! Horn. j
i Geography Julia Hunt.
! Painting Emma Mossman. j
I CLASS II SECOND DIVISION. j
! Class Prize Marv Rowland and Maud ;
' Niaupio. !
; Grammar Mary Leleo and Redwig Hoi- j
stein.
j Arithmetic Mary Leleo. j
Geography Louisa Harper and Lilian j
Cook. ' )
i Scripture Lilian Cook. j
Composition May Horn and Bernice !
Cook. j
Music Emma Hatfield and Bernice i
Coofc.
CLASS II FIHST DIVISION.
Class Prizes Priscilla Kaulukou and
Esther Moauli.
History Ellen Copp.
Geography Kauaui.
Grammar Etta Daniels.
Scripture Priscilla Kaulukou.
Composition Emma Kawawehi.
Industry and Arithmetic Louisa Baker.
SECOND DIVISION.
History Carrie Rowland.
Geography Ekekela Solomona.
Grammar Hattie Kuihelani.
Scripture Carrie Howland.
Composition Ekekela Solomona.
A large number of prizes and rewards
were also given in the, third, fourth and
fifth classes. Every pupil in the school
was remembered with a present. The
school now breaks up for six weeks, and
the sisters will enjoy a well-earned va
cation. LOUAL AND GENERAL.
The engagement of Mr. F. M. Swanzy to
Miss Julia Judd i3 announced.
The Rev. Dr. Beckwith will probably be
the new pastor of the new Congregational
Church.
Mr. Julius R. Smith, Superintendent of
Pubiic Works, wiil retire from the position
the last day of this month.
Engine Company No. 4 has nominated
the Monsarrat-Asehe Souza ticket tor the
coming election of etigiueers.
The usual service at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral this evening at 7 o'clock, with address
by the Rev. H. H. Gowen.
A special meeting of Engine Company
No. 2 was held last evening, when one of
the members was tried for making certain
remarks.
Mr. Wenner has just received by last
steamer a fine lot of watches, clocks and
fancy articles, which will well repay one
for inspecting.
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 sale of Mr. McChesney's furnitura
yesterday by Mr. Lewis J. Levey was well
attended, and good prices were realized.
The house was not .sold.
The "Honolulu Almanac and Directory
for 1S87 is now on sale atJ. H. Soper's
and A. M. Hevt'ett's news depots, and ut
this office. Price. ."30 cents.
Last evening an elegant luau was given
at the residence of Ron. Samuel and Mrs.
Parker. A large number of invited guests
were present, who thoroughly enjoyed the
occasion.
The Royal Mail steamship Zealandia is
due to-day from the Colonies, en route to
San Francisco. She will carry a mail to
the latter place, due notice of the hour of
closing of which will be given on the Post
Office bulletin board.
Last evening about half-past 8 o'clock an
alarm of fire was rung from the Bell
Tower. It proved to be in an upstairs
room in a house on Maunakea street occu
pied by Chinese. Some Id clothing and
rags had caught fire and filled the room
with smoke. The damage was slight.
Mrs. J. S. McGrew, daughter and son,
leave by the Australia for Paris. It was
the tfltention of Dr. McGrew to accom
pany them, but he has been obliged to post
pone his visit. Mrs. McGrew will stay for
some time with Dr. Henri McGrew, who is
pursuing his studies in Paris, and then
proceed to Germany.
Itojal Breakfast.
Yesterday morning His Majesty the
King gave a breakfast at Iolani Palace
in honor of Mrs. A. G. Hawess and Miss
Alice Hawes of San Francisco. Her
Majesty the Queen, II. R. II. Princess
Liliuokalani, General the Hon. J. O.
Dominis, Colonel C. P. Iaukea, H. M.'s
Chamberlain, and Mrs. Iaukea, and Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Macfarlane, were also
present. The Royal Hawaiian Band
was stationed in the pavilion, and played
during the breakfast.
The "Uasette" I.IIxjI Case.
At the Supreme Court yesterday, be
fore Mr. Justice Preston, II. M. Whit
ney was charged with the publication of
a libel in an extra number of th "Ha
waiian Gazette," reflecting upon the
character of F. S. Pratt, Registrar of
Public Accounts. The circumstance
were the same a3 those under which A.
T. Atkinson was lately acquitted upon
a similar charge. The Actorney Gen
eral and Whiting & Creighton appeared
for the prosecution ; S. B. Dole for de
fendant. The indictment having been
read, Mr. Dole asked for time until this
morning to examine it. The request
was granted.
Advertisements.
ISTOTICrE
IS HEHEBY GIVEN THAT THE BUSINESS
hitherto carried on by Akong and Koo Nan,
doing bustnes under the arm name of Tat Lung,
at 82 Nuuanu street, ha besn sold and trana
ferred to Kal Luin and Kaui Chow. 7S"jy2
-3Ldrfrtl5fmrnt5.
LOST.
VCANE. WITH HORSF'S HEAD OF SILVER.
FinUor will le r- unled bv nmirniiiii n:e
to P. C ADVKBTlsi.a oSce.
Oceanic 'Steamship Co.
33
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
A TTi2rnT) T T A '
Will lt-tne Honolulu for the above port od
TUESDAY.
AUGUST 2d,
At "MHI.
For froight or passage apply t
Wm. (x. Irwin & Co.,
5.V
AGENTS.
ON SALE AT THE
(QUAKER MIR Y,
COR. KING AND ALAKEA STREETS.
Ex S. 8. Australia,
BARTLET PEARS, PEACHES, MUS
CAT GRAPES, EATING A COOK
ING FRESH APPLES, CRAB
APPLES, CHERRIES ON
ICE, GERMAN PRUNES
GREENGAGES, etc. '
At Lowest Prices. 7!6jy27tf
L. B. K EER,
g
HER C II A N T
TAILOR.
27 Merchant Street,
lately received from England a large
selection of
Fine Goods
SUITINGS,
DIAGONALS
-AND-
Fancy Trouserings,
Comprising the largest and moat varied stock
ever opened out in Honolulu, all person
ally selected by Mr. Kerr at the
manufacturers while
abroad.
doth and Trimiiins
For Sale to the Trade and others.
Bell Telephone, No. 1. I. O. Box 306.
L. B.
Li
6J7HtpS
1ST OTIC "HI
LAWN TENNIS SETS,
COMPLETE CRICKET SETS.
For Men mi Cfcildrec
Fire Anns anil Ammunition
Of all klnda. Aad complete stock of
SPORTING MATERIAL
At Bed Rork Prices,
AT MRS. THOS. LACK'S,
74jyi0tt SI I CRT 8TF.FET.
LOST.
VT THE FOt'RTH OF Jt'LY HALL. A BLACK
three-cornerf d shawl. The Under will
ponfrr a fvor by leaving the flame at thla ofnc.
THsyTtr
KERB
The Equitable
Life Assurance Society
OP THE UNITED STATES.
Death claim paid in l."s.
Aets, January 1.17. ...
Liabilities. 4 per crnt bais
. . luO per cent
. 170.510.472 7t
W.154.W7
Surplus, 4 per cent bais. . J I i.Soo, 7. 7f
Tht snrivlu i ha-vl on tlit rimtrvtivt
will be realintl on inve.-tiut nts.
Assuming that 4 V per cf nt w ill be real
ized, it amount to $J"', 41V), 175 7(1.
r'Thi. si 'VMM rs ovr.. ..t
valuation. IS LAKiiKK THAN THAT OF !
ANY tiTHKlI COMPANY IN TIIKj
WOULD.
New assurance in lsST Illl.MO.lVG CO
Larger than that of any other company.
Outstanding assurance 41 1,779 ,t.W l
Largf r than that of any other company.
Paid policy hMer in IsVI d,3.'i,tH7 0i
Paid policy hoMers iiu e or
ganization ;;,ri7,"vt m
Total income n,s7.'5,7.U l!
Premium income Pi.27'2,l 4 HJ
Larger than that of any other company.
IMPROVKVKNT IH'RlNti THE YEAR.
iDcreasfi of prei'i. income t'J, 810,475 4.)
lKCraeof surplus, 4 percent li. 2.4'J;,6.; K?
Increase of aNei.s 8,'JS7,t8.' 2f
Poiiciea issued on all the plaas, with all tbi
guarantees and concession. For full particu
lars apply to
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
6:f- uiayr: 'iH No. 3 Kaahumanu BtreaU
TAK0 FL0UK FACTORY,
Walluku, Maui.
COMMENCED OPERATIONS ON THURSDAY.
May 20th, and are now prepared to supply
TARO FLOUR tn any qNantitiea.
With new and Improved machinery and other
apparatus, the present Manager guaranteaa to
supply Taro Flo-. ril .it will make a better clana
of Pol than ever pn. luced.
All orders to .o sent to W. II. CUMMINS,
Manager, at the Factory, Wailuku. Maui ; or to
W. O. IRWIN & CO., Agents. Honolulu.
657may27tfdw
MARSHAL'S SALE.
By virtue of a writ of execution isued out of
the Supreme Court on the 18th day of June, A.
D. 187.agalnat B. Kalilitnoku.defendant.tn favor
of A. i. Cartwrlght. trustee of the eatateof B. W.
Holt, deceased, plaintiff, for the sum of t398 oS,
I have leried upon and shall expose for sale at
the front entrance of Kalakau Hale, tc Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, at 12 o'clock tu.on
Monday, August 1, A.D. 1887
To the highest bidder, all the rl?ht. title and In
terest of the said B. Ealllimoku, defendant, In
and to the following property, unlet said Judg
ment, Interest, costs, and my expenses be pre
viously paid.
List of property for sale.
Land at Keanae, Han. Maul, H. P. 3,'JC7 I.. C.
A. 4,857, to Oblki; area 1 So-100 acres.
Land at Pahou, KooliU, Maul. R. P. 3,21, to
Kuliliruoku; area, 13 7-100 acres.
Land at Houokohan, Kapauku, Maul, R. P.
4,ein, L. C A. 6,tfli7, to Kapol: area, 50-100 acre.
Right, title and interest of B. KalilimoLu in
a certain piece of land at Walanne and Pahou,
Keanae, Haua, Maui, ueHcilI.ed lu lease recorded
Lll.4.r. ful. 481; area, 107 acrt fl.
B. Ealllimoku with Kulill vwi of Kulihi, Oahu,
made a mortgage to Honuakaha of Honolulu,
dated Nov. 13, 1M3, recorded Lib. 86, folio 148-9;
B. Kalilimoku mortgaging the above described
lands, and Kalill (w; the following lauds to wit;
1. Apana 1, R. P. 1,495, L. C. A., 1,2.8, to Hoe
nui, Kalihi, Oahu; area 4.lif:halci.
2. Apana 3. R. P. 1.49G, L. C. A. 1,238 to Hoe
nul, Kalihi, Oahu; area, 25100 acre.
Terms cash. Deeds at expense of purchasers.
JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU,
Marshal.
Honolulu, June 21, 1837.
The above eale is postpone t until August Ut,
at 12 o'clock noon, by order of the Marshal.
7tlaugl
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ihre Wbf lkt
un'J7J wfcle Bat. Slfert lon. 3 feet dp.
wo ii t, Surf Boat.
One is-feet Surf Boat.
One dack-jd riunK,r. 16 feet Ion. 6 ftet G IncbM
o1 - 6 ,tiCt,, dep, with ruaiit an t tail,
alia ' ,llaS Scow, decked, with ut and
One li -U n Lighter, decked.
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importers ot and Dealer In
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III lo I1.1C'llforniMt.. Smm m
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FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The new and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be due
at Houelulu from Nydney and Auckland
on or atom
JULY 29, 1887,
Ami will leTe for the abeve port with malls and
pa-ssengers on or about that date.
For freight or passage, having MUl'KRIOK
ACCOM MODATIONS. apply to
Win. (I. Irwin & Co.,
aOKNTN.
For Sydney and Auckland.
Wis
The new and Sue Al slefl steamship
"MARIPOSA,"
Of the Oceanic Meamshlp Company, mill be
due at Honolulu from baa Francisco
or or about
August 5, 1887.
And will have prompt dlapatcn with malls and
paaneuger for the abovt- port.
For freight or passage, having SUFKRIOR AO
COMMOUA I IONS, apply lo
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.,
OlCNTS
New riiorograph rooms.
OVER MOHOL'S STORE, FORT &TREET,
next the Shooting Oallery. Pictures, Port
raits and Views. First-class work. Hatlsfactlon
guaranteed. 114ap i. A. OONHALVF.S.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
OFFER FOR SALE:
SUQ-AES
DRV GRANULATED
In Barrels,
Half Barret.
And M-pound Boxes.
CUBE
In Half Barrets
aUU .9-pUUUU BVl(j
POWDERED
In 30-pound Boxes.
GOLDEN C. COFI'EE
la Half Barrels
TEAS
Bine Mottled Soap
SALMON
Cases Corned Ueef.
FLOUR
Cs Medium Bread.
OIL
FUEL a WD LUBR1CAT1XO.
LIME g CEMENT
Galvanized Iron Hoofing,
RIDGING
SCHEWS and WASHERS.
Sugar I?ags 22 x 'Ml
! CORDAGE.
! Manila and 31ml. P.nana Twins, Whale fine
Reed's Felt Steam Fipo
tilt ASS SEEDS,
MILL .TIMIIERS.
"A" TF.NTH, (suitable for rann
fiif aiT Hurvrylog parties, i
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