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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, AUGUST 1, 1887.
5 C7 V- t mm ' ' 'Mr , - .v V,. , ' f . ,-.,- I m u i V k I.' i K.Ut , It . .'v.i. .i. 1... H. (he.li.Hl.t r.si t,r Honolulu. rtriiitfiif t l liinurr. ''i'.i'-'"..! stv n-,(v.pli .1 tv ru.l Ibrin L. hMlr .! U x sii U, to the ilepart tfl -iV!t !r t!.rir li.iniilalion. v. I.. viRKKX, iluiter of Finance. . . a. . i ! u . voin of iiii.Noia i.r, ii. i. Alt It IV. II.?. Stirmva, July 30. Haw sleohfp Zrmludl. OtrfuJorp. li Jaj from tL Colouie iir.r Llkelike. Pavie. trom Msui i:iur Lehui, CUrke. from Molokat Stcur Waji!rIe, from KauI .nr Moi Wablce, from llaiviakua sctr Leabl. from Hanalel. Kai'.Hi Si nbat, July 31. $tmr Kin.iD, Lorecen. from Maui and Hawaii Stmr Mik.it.ala, Freeman, from Kauat Ain brgtne W G Irwiu, McCullocb, 13 days trom San Francisoo Schr Canute, from Kuu lK.IAlt 1 I HI S. SatcBDav, July 30. stomiiip ZealaudU, Otorendorp, for San rriurleo Haw bk Jarjea A King, Berry, for I'ort Towu aend Sthr Waloll. for Kuau veel l.eavinif Io-Ih . Stmr C R Bishop, for a circuit of Oahu, at 9a m Stiur I.ikflike. Davies. for Eahului and way ports, at 5 p ru Stmr Waialnale. Clianey, for Haualei and Kila uea at 5 p ni Stuar J A Cumiuius, Ni-ilnon. for Koolau at 9 a in Stmr Walmanalo, for Walaiiae at 9 a in Btmr Kwa, for Ewa Am bk Hope, 1 V P lVnh:dlow, for Port Townsend. W T Schr Mary, for Kauai Sctir Manuokawal, for Koolau chr LuabI, for Ilaualei. Kauai Hchr Moi Wahiue. Staples, for Uaniakua Schr Kob Roy, for Koolau, Oahu essoin iu Port mini Foreign rts. Haw bark Kalakaua, C H Hendersou, from Val paraiso US3 Adams, Louis Keiupff, froiu Acapuloo, via Ililo, Hawaii H B M's S Conquest, Charles L Oj ley, from Enquluiauit, B C Au l.ktue Eureka, Meyers, from Sin Fran cisco Brit bk Iron Crag, Jones, from San Francisco N S V Am bktne S N Castle, H W Hubbard, from 8an Francisco Am bk James S Stone, C F Earstow, from Uos to a. Haw S S Australia, 11 C Houdlette, from San Tranclsco Haw bk Lilian, 3 B Holland, from Hongkong Am brgtne Win l Irwin, J i. McCulloch, from San Francisco vessels Vx pectei rroin roreiirn pons. Haw schr General Siegel, Sanders, from F'reuch Frisffite Shoal-i, due Nov 20-30 Am bark St Lucie, sailed from New l'ork March 26, due September 5-30 Ger bk Peter Ooddefroy, , sailed from Liverpool May 3rd, due Sept 1-25. Brit oark Birmah, from Glasgow, due October 15-31 Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due July 18-28 Brit bk Velocity, from Hongkong, due July 2C-31 Am bktne Ferrla S Thompson, C Potter, from San I ranclaco, due at Kabului July 18-31 Am hk Ceylon, R Calhoun, from San Francia co. due Julv !'-24 Am bktne 8 O Wilder, U A Paul, from San r raD'iisco, uue juiy ai-u IT 8 S Vaudalia (flagship), from Chile French frigate Ducrex. from Chile French frigate Florie, from Chile Am uk Kdward May, Johnson, sailed from Boston June 2M, due Nov l-'25 Am ship Matilda, Merriman, from Hongkong, due July 12-1 U S3 Juniata, from China, due July 8-20 Am tern W 3 Bowne, W Bluhm, from Port Townsend, due Auk 10-2-5 H B M'a S Wild Swan, Jno S Halifax, from N America, due Aug 1-20 Chilean corvette Esmeralda, from South America Am brgtne Consuelo, E B Cousins, from Port Townsend, due Aug 15-31 RM 3 S Mariposa (Ain, Hayward, from San Francisco, en route to the Colonies, due Aug 5 Supposed to be lost. PASMEUER!. ARRIVALS. From Maui, per atmr Llkelike, Julv 30th Mrs Q W Smith. A H Smith. J K Smith, Mlss Hattle Kaili, A M Spronl, Brothers Thomas and Joseph, J W Davidson, Hon C H Dickey, I.yle A Dickey, Mrs Mnui-OQ, Mrs M M Tuylor, Mrs Harris. Miss A L Harris, Paul Hamlll, Robt Levers and wife, W C Crook, A W Horner and b2 d-ck passeusers. From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Julv 31st Hon Paul P Kanoa, J H Kaiwl, E Miller, Miss M Dole. C U Dole, C M White, F B Auerbacu, MUs A Uaneber, R C Spalding. W O Smith. G N Wil cox, J Puniilio, U O Norton, C Christian and 59 deck pa-senders. From windward ports, per stmr Klnau.July 31st- W B Studholms, J Studtiolms, J Twlgge, H 1 orr, M M Wilson, K Witschy, A Kenway. Miss M Kinney, J Vierra, C I.utz. L Aseu, J Renton and wife, U Renton and wife. Miss Alice Renton, MUs Emma Ronton, Miss Jessie Reutou, Miss t'lara Low, J MoGuire, W P Lvimaheibel, Palmer Wood, C Magulre, Geo Nawaakoa and wife. Mrs R MeKeniieana sou. W Klster, wife and child. Rev U WhalUy. wile and child, Mrs U R Ewart and 2 children. Mips L Duschalsky. C McLennan, Kokl and sou, W Y Horner, Jr, and 86 deck pas sengers. From San Francisco, per brgtne W O Irwiu. July 31st-Mr J E McCullocu nd family. Mr Jordan and 2 steerage passengers. Tlie kteamer Klnau arrived from windward ports July 31st, with 30 bags potatoes, 34 hides, 5 bales wool und 150 package sundries. The Hawailau bark James A. King sailed July 30th for Port Towtuud. The American bark Hope, Captain D. W. P. Peuhallow, sails this forenoon lu tnlUst fur th Sound. The steamer Llkelike brought 1,240 ba- sujar. 110 bags taro and a cargo of miscellaneous mer chandise July 30th. She sail again this after noon. The sti-amer Kllsuea Hon arrived last Saturday from liilo and Iiaiuukua, Hawaii, with 4, (H O bags sugar, 3.10 bides fend H5 head l ittle The augar was put on tioard the steamship Australia. The steamer Lehua brought 21 bead cuttle and ".7 3heep l'rota Molok.it ami I.anai July Sotli. Stie leaves aitin this afternoon. TLe sreamer Walmaualo brought .r,0oi onujn, A 1 t aww.a.f.,, L.. .,p , iaw..w. , . ..m...,...,,,,, , , , . .. .,,Jmj,.. . ( , y n , . ... . itajiimiiii.... ... . .. . i . 1 1 i n nirm i , .ttl.ji, ... . . . ; n ,i ... i, m . am i nju. , p .. " o. i o ' i, - ' . .... , ';' lynmnun' j If-, (r ' ij:.! t.', rjt O. r I, if - 1 1 ri .-la, f. .. . t. i. ... I l.v I. . il t. j j i 1 1. I. ........ v ait ra'.uriiy ' t iiJ , t ri...l. will. o I . i. .II,...-..., f.iij the r lr i,,e. W . U I v I ) ) jm e t!.n :ter- I 'In- ilri,,.i t u. hi. hop arrived Inly 3.-tii 1lt'tt ktail ut XVlUi, ith bags augir. co t tin.' bra i auasiKa, 4-) !a.a paddy and iVO bjs t'. r M: lrr -ain at 9 o clock thlsmorLlng Lu VXaisnt. W'aiair.a aud '.l ports in Koolau Vhe Uiiii tt aiu.n.ip Zeslandi. Captain K. Otnendorp. smled July ,.th at noon for S.n i,, i,o, with .Ti t-a ur. s;jipj-ed Vy W1U 4. Irutu Co.. T5 bs r' -e. '2.224 t iip.'Vx 'rtn. 1 t-o, l.etsi .tid anidr j . Vi;m. and :!so l,4tl p.i. i -a, nmiv V n. ie t u t T-ni t fro'n tlie I'olouira VV .. cArjjo v ,:ed t .r2.1S7 Vt . l',. o i-.er t.eahl sirtNevl Saturday fi'iu Kovilrl, tvauat, ith SiV 'a paddy. Vt p Mil iluU arrived urly yr-stenl..y 1 com Jxanal itli 572 bas'sutjor, t"i bafc's paddy. a vi,-e. 1 horse and 22 h- 1 cattlr. The uiiwuill beplaieil on board the !'.rkentlne f'un lii to day. to-morrow j lb barke nti ne Eureka will le.tve j with niiir for Sau Fraucisco. j The tVautc Company's britrantiue- Wm. i. j It wl ii, ("aptal n J. E. Mcculloch, w:t.s berthed at i the Pacific Mail Company's wharf July :lt, 13 j dis from San Francisco, with an unusually large carfo of general merchandise, including several cases of laiit powder. She had alsoou deck 12 horses, 1(5 mules and o0 pie, consigued to Messrs. W. U. lra in A Co. Reports pleaant weather and moderate tiades the entire iasat;e. ECLIPSE ) SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTES. Now ia the time to secure bargains in ladies and children's hats at N. S. Saeh's Clearance sale. Come to-morrow and bring your friends to see the mammoth bargains in ladies' hats, from fiOoun, at Cha-. J. Fihel's lead ing Millinery House. Remnants in colored embroideries t an be found at N. S. Sach's clearance sale way below cot. Call early lo-morn w morning. Cenuine bargains in ladies' underwear and corsets at Sack's store, (.'all at once. The most wonderful values in ladies' and misses' trimmed ami untrimined hats ever offered in Honolulu are at Fishel's leading Millinerv House. The li"). W and 7.r tent hats are selling like hot cakes at Sack's clearance sale. The I.ate Dr. Morlaml. It was with great surprise and regret that the people of Kauai received the news of the sudden death of lr. John Borland on the afternoon of the L'lst inst. On that day he had made his usual visits to his patients; he returned home, and then proceeded to make a friendly eall with his family. He had just left his friend's house and had driven a short distance, when he was seized with a very severe hemorrhage, lie at onee drove back, but though everything was done that kindness and anxiety could suggest, he expired shortly after return ing to the house. ' The suddenness of his demise startled all the people on the island who knew him, and they were many, for though it was well known that he was in a delicate state of health, yet no one had given it a thought that his hold on life was so slender. The deceased physician was a native of Greenwich, Scotland, and studied medicine at Glasgow University. While an undergraduate he acted as prosector to the Professor of Anatomv, and after graduation he became house surgeon in j the Glasgow Royal Infirmary to Dr. Mc- j Ewan. a man of world-wide fame. After i gaining much practical exerience there, he began practice in Islington, London. There he was gradual' building up a good practice, anil had just got well es tablished when, under the strain of his arduous labors, his health gave way. He was compelled to leave London, and ho sought a more genial climate in the Hawaiian Islands. He came to Kilauea. j Kauai, in 18S3, having received the ap- i pointment of Government physician to j the northern district. l'ut the north j was not quite suitable, and two and a 1 half years ago he came to Waimea. where his useful career has so suddenly j and unexpectedly ended. j IU' his death the community of Kauai j has lost at once a faithful and a skillful i public servant, aiuj those who knew him better a genial companion and a kind hearted and true friend. In the midst 1 of much weakness he did his duty cour- j ageously and well ; his natural cheerful- j ness of disxsition sustained him when j many another man would have broken ; down, and he went about his work when ! many looking upon mm ttiount inm well and strong, but his last day's work has shown how delusive were the ap pearances of strength. The public mourn his loss and sym pathize heartily with his w fe and chil dren, for whom he worked with perse verance, and bv whom he wlis sustained and cheered in his work. Tlie ftoitil Divorce 'h. The evidence iti the divorce suit of Dodd (w) vs. Dodd, which occupied the attention of the Supreme Cour on Friday and Saturday, was completed on the latter day. In the morning coujel for defendant Med a cross-bill charging Mrs. Dodd with adultery. His Honor would not allow it at that stage of the proceedings. Mr. ,lu tice Preston will give his decision in the case when he returns from Ivauai. REV. GEORGE WALJAC2 ItcTlcMH Ins Fiw Vf-arV Iator to at si 4n.ir liefore I,cavl!i- tin an Y. tendril taclifln. ' 'n iin-tay .itii-ir.-.l, thf morning, at r. Andrew's KeV. tififiir Wallace, pd tor oi the hit ?rmon before leaving for the ttAte-s on a vncativju. Ht- tex: wa-? taken irwra the 4?:h Chatter of Jererriiab. lltb verse: -Moab hath been at ease from bis youth, an, I he hath e::icl ujn hi? lee?, and bath j not been emptied from vessel to vessel. . I neither hath he gone into captivity, there- ! I fore his taste remained in him and his j ; scent is not changed." " j Alter brieny reternng to the text, the ' speaker said : j For five ear. dear friends, I have been j your pastor for over three years as minis I ter in charge of the foreign congregation of r. Andrew Cathedral: for nearly two year" as pa-tor of this distinct parochial : body. For several mouths this relation . v, ill be interrupted. 1 am painfully conscious that meiitallyt ! and spiritually 1 need the refining proves. ! the change, the interruption, the ventila tion for the removal of crudities and evils in me to a netter Use. I trust, of the priestly and iator;d othYe. During these five i years we have had in our church, it is true, agjtJti,n Hnj unsettling, in many respects, i doubtless, for our good, l'.etween you and j myself no difficulties or differences have I come. It has been my privilege, undis i turbed, every Sunday for weeks, with ! one exception, to look into your faces in i the House of Cod and to lead vou in Divine worship, to preach to you the Gospel of the Kingdom, to break to vou the bread of j life, and oiler to you the cup of salvation, i I have buried in the consecrated ground of j lod's acre some who were very dear to you I ! and to me. I have been with sonie of you j in trying hours and have had sad secrets f submitted to my counsel and my sympa thy. I have been welcomed in your homes with generous hospitality and myself and family have realized the sweet blessings which flow from kind and loving hearts. The age of the mileunium has not yet come to us, nor have we yet entered within the gates of Paradise. There are many re spects in which we fall short of our Chris tian profession. and we have much to learn of the first principles of Christ's doctrine and of Christian duty. We need constantly to resist the tone and tendency of our Honolulu hfe. which seems to take the reverence and seriousness out of human existence, to make our men sel fish and sensual ami our women heartless and frivolous. Most earnestly would I implore you, as though it were my last word to v ou on earth, to use all means and agencies which God has placed in your power to make your children reverent to God. to His Churc h and His Word. God forbid that we should have any thoughts of this holy house as of a place w here the things of earth and the things of heaven are profanely mingled! God forbid that any should disparage the sacraments and ordinances of the church or come to them carelessly with no effort to break from habits of sin! Cod forbid that any should imagine that an Easter or Christian com munion can atone for six months' neglect of public worship, prayer and Christian service, or wipe out the stain of ungodly living! And it there be any man or woman in high place or low place, who. I steppingaside for the kour from a drunken, licentious and prolligate career, dares to profane this holy altar by coming thereto, may Cod grant to faithful stewards of the sacred mysteries the courage to say to such: "I'ntil you have given the evidence of repentance and amended life you bare neither part nor lot with the people of Cod." We have been looking and longing for years for improvement in our temporal surroundings, for an accession to our mem bership of those w ho can give of the earthly Mammon to finish this beautiful temple of praise. To trut to such a hope is tolean upon a broken reed waiting for such a future we settle upon our lees. It has been my ambition and hope that we should grow up as a Christian congregation in the development of a robust type of church manship. It matters not whether we be known as Ritualistic, High, or bow, or Broad, so long as we be fruitful in good workn, so long as our worship and Chris tian service be sincere, hearty and rever entsincere in that we live through the week according to what on the Lord's Day we repeat from ou r prayer-books; hearty, in that no Sunday laziness, no needle?? Sunday engagements keep us from the house of Cod and from the full-voiced ex pression of our common prayer and praise, making our service a reality ; reverent in the subdued demeanor, in the eye that is blind, the ear that is deaf and the tongue that is dumb save to solemn realities in the presence of the All-holy and in restraint from the world s chatter as we come and go. It has been my aim to preach to you the simple truths and claims of the everlasting Gospel, to set forth to you the Divine Fatherhood, the redemptive work and the atoning sacrifice of the Son, the glory of His manhood as our only example, and the power of His help conferred by the Spirit, through the Church, His mystical body as our help and stay. I have done this with many flaws and failures. The visible results are not such as show well upon records or sound well abroad. There have been some to say as 1 have gone on my way, "We wish you good luck in the name of the Lord." If in any quarter 1 have been faulted or unkindly critieired. I know not the person by whom, the time when or the terms in which. I have come to trut. you as my friends, and to know that you can never be less. Mv roots had gone out and downward I among vou. and the feeling of security and i establishment has grown upon me. P.ut it is questionable if such a state of mind is good for any sinful man. as if it were for him to decide where he shall live or work j or die. God wid not allow him whom he j is purifying and perfecting to settle upon j his lees. However long we may continue j together as pastor and people. Cod's dis- j cipline will be necessary for us. He will j unsettle us from the plans and project which we have formed not He. He will j drive us from our places ami our vrk to ' bring us more closely to Himself in the ; changes wherel-y He works our purifica tion. A little incisure of 'prosperity has come i i to us. l.jok on ourselves as lieginning j to grow up from teelileness to strength i but let me beg of you all a righteous eon- j cern tor the growth oi this utile (lock. Leave it noi practically to me or in two or if we i.iji.j take care of it. ,ur t-r.iw r- to God that He .ill mjr person! re.-pori e :.oC i ri v which dgether well performed b-'ly strong. He a nianlv Chris- I.'lake th ti.tii. -tt'.'i.,' I'T purity a:il hun-r, duty truth ari'i '""J. rjtber vvIJi oiie trj.itr iike'vi-,-. arid '(.Hit IKtW feeble Jj y taii.j l;y your side l'-e a devout, unstained, hit'h ujinde-1 '.'hri'lian woruan. and one a ?viu .... - - - - V.L. Open to vou the erur-'tion : Ler eruj-'.'Oiis oi heart, and vou will be able to help bet ii it with end r- ii:g satisfaction. Be reverent, earne-t and attentive in vour Christian worship at the Holy Cora- i munion frequently and regularly, and I some will certainly find the way to worship j with you in spirit and in truth. Be punc I tual and faithful in any work, however i simple, to which yon may be called in the Chun h. and it will form in you a habit which may decide your character and de-tiny. Above all. dear brethren, carry your re ligion into your homes and your business. Make no parade of your piety, but lead Consistent Christian lives, and the time must come when many will say: "We will go with you, for we have heard that God is with you." I ask you this day to join me in devout thanks to God that during these live years past He has not found it necessary to pun ish us by heavy corrections still, whether we have been conscious ot it or not. He has been separating us from manifold evils. He is pouring us from vessel to vessel, cleansing out the impurities, ven tilating away the bad flavors and scent of our lives. There are old heads among us who could tell us much of the surprises and losses, the pains and trials of life. For all there must be emptyings, dislodge ments. agitations, loosenings and purifica tions. e must have them, ami we suau one day thank God for them ami sav, "Before I was troubled 1 went wrong, but now have I kept thy Wwrd." Will you willingly be without them, aud retain the bad flavors of your worldly habits, the scent of your unhallowed ambition, your pride, as you remain settled and settling on your lees? Will you Ik4 as Moab, unpuri fied, unchanged? Shall God deal with you as with Moab. and leave you alone? We are Israel and not Moab. May He deal with us as with Israel, and not spare us until our purification be accomplished. We will submit ourselves to His deter mining will and correcting hand. We will look forward to a reunion in our work and worship, in the meeting of our losses, our troubles and our opportunities, in the helping of each other to live the life which He appoints, to do the duties, make the sacrifices, and finish the plan for the completion of which He has brought us together here. LOCAL AND GENERAL. jMr. P. C. Jones will leave for San Fran cisco by the Australia. Mr. P. C. Jones' bookkeeping clas meett this evening at the Y. M. C. A. hall. The Royal Hawaiian Band win 'give a moonlight concert to-morrow evening at Thomas Square. Mr. S. D. Fuller will leave for Hawaii to morrow to extend the Young Men's Climb ing Association. In our "By Authority" column will be found two notices from Col. C. 1'. laukea, H. M.'s Chamberlain. Mr. Justice Preston haves for Kauai to morrow to hold a term of the Fourth Judicial Circuit Court. It is reported that H. S. Swiutou. of the Canute, is to be appointed Station House keeper in place of James Keau. The steamship Australia sails at noon to morrow for San Francisco. The mail at the Postoflice closes at 10 o'clock. The Emersonian Minstrel Company, in cluding Walsh and King, will come up from the Colonies on the next steamer. News was received by the Australia that Abraham Rosenberg, better known as " Holy Moses," has turned his iocs to the daisies. Rev. II. F. F. Whalley, wife and child arrived from Kohala, Hawaii, by the Kinau. They will shortly leave for Eng land. 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 Likelike took Mr. E. D. Preston andh party from liana, Maui, to Kaupo last ! Wednesday. They will probably return to Honolulu next week. j The "Honolulu Almanac and Directory ' for 1SS7 is now on sale at J. 11. Soper's and A. M. Hewett's news depots, and at this office. Price. 5 cents. The ladies of the Portuguese Ladies' Charitable Association will hold a meeting this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the residenc e IV of Mrs. Caua arro, Beretania street i Mr. Walter S. Hanks left on the steam-, i ship Zealandia for San Francisco, to pay a short visit to his family. He will return in about five weeks with Col. G. W. Mae-, farlane. Mrs. C. (J. Bull, wife of the Government physician at Makawao, Maui, was thrown vinlentlv from her horse while riding one day last week. She received rather severe injuries. When the Likelike left hereon dition was slightly improved. Concert al fliiima .Hiiro. The following mu-ical programme will be given by the Loyal H.iwaiian Military Land this evening at 7:''.i o'clock at Emma Square: March, "Detilir". . Faust Cluck Luealossi .... Verdi ! ivert lire, " 1 phigetii.i Waltz, La Gitana" Selection, "Nabucco Wai Mapuna." Selection ." Erminie" Jacobowsky Wall. "E Kip.i Aloha.'" new Michiels hottische, "Slightly on the Mash". Send I'olka. " Ionian" . . Wart rope " Hawaii I'onoi." Jidvfrtiscmettts. FOR RENT, LEASE; SALE T Mil. WAIKIKI I!WHH:Ni K 'F mk. frki u. linvt-ehleu, Kituittril at Karioldnl Park, b. twet-n the resiliences of llou. W.G. Irwin and ' Mr. Frank Brow ti. in ottered for rent, l.a.e or j .ale. Alao the .renilnes auljotai the Hwluu I 4 .i era Mouse, I' hu e S. iisre. K.r te. ins apt'l? i IUuinItT.lKUe.1. FK'iT' H. UUStl.l'KN TOJaiigltf th". drfrtisrmrnts BOATS FOR SALE! Three Whale Boats. One decked Whale Bo: 3 fert Wide. it i left ov.t, :Jtft doi'ji. Two 22-feet surf Boat-. Ut,e l9-fefct Surf Boat. i Oae decked Plunder, lti feet loaj. e feet C icchss i wide, 2 feet 6 iccte deep, with mast and sail.. j L'Ee --t?et s;iin$ svww, decked, wOh msta2d sail. Oae 12-tc n Lighter, decked. . K It. RYAX, TlOjeltltf Boat Builder and General Jobber STRAYED IT1 ROM THE PREMISES OS THE CORNER OF Alakea and Hotel street on the night of July 'jSth or in the morning of July 2th, a dark half-Jersey cow, giving milk. She'has a nickel plated earmark in the left ear. Anyone return ing her to me will be rewarded. 7tsjjy30tf JNO. S. McGKEW. T. i. bass s. a. brows T. .7. BASS & CO. Importers of and uealers iu Artists' - Materials, Faints. Oils, Glass, Varnishes, Turpentine. Manufacturers of Mouldings, Picture Frames, etc.. etc , etc. 11 and 1H K.I I Is Street uenr Market, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. OiHmayHtf CAKOLAN & CO. IMPORTERS OF II A R D W A R E , Iron. Steel, Pipe, Mill an j Mining Supplies. Ill to 11.1 California Mt., San f'raiioiseo. &4 aunlO Australian Mail Service. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. The new aud flue Al steel steamship ALAMEDA," Of thu Oceanic steam? hip 'ompauy . will be duf at Honelulu fn.m Sydney uinl Auckland on or about AUGUST 26, 1887, And will leave for the abmve port with malls and passengers on or about that date. For freight or pa.S'Utsce. lmviiig SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to Wm. G. Irwin iV Co., AGENTS. For Sydney and Auckland. The uew and fine Al steel steamship "MARIPOSA," Of the Oceanic St -.viruship Company, wlJJ be due at Honolulu trmn Sun Francisco r or aix.iit August 5, 1887. And will have pronip. dnpatcn with malls and passengers for the above pu t-s. For freight or pttssaup, having sr-pFRTOR AC COMMODATION'S, apply tu Wm. G. Irwin A: Co.. 21 A a ENTS3 Wm. G. Irwiu & Co Ol-TKK KOIfcSM.F.: :s it g r? s DRV GRANULATED In Parrels, Half Barrels, Aud 30-pouiid Boies. In Half Barrel CUBE And 25 -pound Boxes POWDERED Iu ao-pound Boxes. GOLDEN C. C'OFFKK I n Hulf Carre's TEAS Blue Mottled Soap SALMON Cases Corned I5eef. a - 1 - ,-HE LOUR Cs .Medium Uread. OILS Ft EL Ar LI PR1CA 1 1NG. Galvanized Iron Hoofing, RIDGING' SCKEWS and WASHKHS. Sinrar lidirs 22 x 'Ml MnlU aid Sll, Panaua Twin., Whale Line Heed's Felt Steam Pipe and Hoi ler Coverlnir. UK ASS SKI.US, mill mini: us. A" 1 KNls, jiulu.lile for rmp Hi au.t siu ve tin; ptirtlrii i 5&Dtrtistmttus. SEW GOODS ! B. P.. EHLEES & CO. 1M) Fovt Street, Have just opened a new consignment of and SEASONABLE GOODS. COInIction CIGrARS If you want a tine CIGAR, try some arrived at HOLLISTER & CO.S, 109 Eort H. E. aiclntyre & Bro., .IMPORTERS AND PEithRs IN Ghroceviesj I?ro visions and Feed. KAJT CORNER FORT AND KINO STREETS. New uoodt re-. ivrd by every pariet from the Eastern Staves aod Europe, .'resh California Produce by every atuer. A II orders fsMufully attended to, and Goods delivered to any part of the Tity free of iluir(-. Island orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. PoMoOW-e Box No Mi Telephone Sc. ti 60plT 1876. GEO. YV. LINCOLN. 1886. BUILDER. 75 and 77 Ivinrr Street, Bell Telephone No. 275. 65 Only House making ft specialty of FiB. Groceries and Table Delicacies-. New Noveltie. always arriving. HERRMANN J.SADLER. 1 FSTtKLlSJTFn 1IJO ALBERT AIcYTJ Ss CO., IMPORTERS FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC SEancy and Staple Groceries, Correspondence Solicited. Sau FraneUro, Cal.. V. H. A. SOLE AGEXTSJFOR Gordon i Dilworth's fine Preserved Fruit atd Jellies in glass; Richardson k Robbina' Canned, Potted or Deviled Meats. Curried Oysters. Fowl. Plum Pudding; Thos. J. Meyer A Co ' Oysters. Vegetables, etc.; H. O. Wilbur & Sons' Chocolate, Cocoatheta, etc.; E. J Larrabre's flue Cracker. ud Biscuits; Wilson i Cass Co., Crystal Soda Wafer; Franco-America u French Soups, In cla. and tins; Windsor Manor Pickles; Shrewsbury Tomato Ketchup; Mao t rquarhl's onlv genuine imported Worcestershire Sauce; Dandicolle & Gaudlu's French Mushrooms. Verelable'-. etc iu lass: J. Mottet & Cle.. prize medal pure Olive Oil: Gilibert k Tessier'a I mi. t. l .-.r.w,. v... rnlce.111 and Psstes; Adams' pure Maple Syrup. M tttonl'a Giesshubler (KarUbadi Ftnpret.a of Table Waters; 4. B. Cleveland Co. (Limited) new process Split Peas; Merrill's Runset Cldrr; Robert Norton's Pineapple Cheese; Julius J. Wood Starch Co.: Yosenilte Fruit f i f. c. NOW READY. 1887. Fourth Year of Publication. 1887! 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