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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AD VERTISEK, AUGUST 2, 187.
f Mr. VV. ,1. Roche has tLi day been appointed St-oreUry of the Brtnl of Health. Dr. Du-ftKl f'uupl.fll bas this day been ap pointed Government Physician for ths district of Waimea, Kauai, vice Ir. John Borland, de ceased. Dr. Benjamin Bond tas this day been ap pointed Government Physician for the district of Kotala, Hawaii, vice I r. I.. 3. Thompson, re signed. Dr. Charles A. Peterson ha this rtay been ap pointed Government Physician for the district of Lahaina, Maul, for the islands of Molokat aud Lanai, vice Dr. liolando Kuehu. GEO. TROUSSEAU, M. D., President Board of Health. OfSceof Board of Health, Honolulu, August I, 1W. 763aug& Chamberlain'. Office. By command of H!s Majesty the King, I here by give notice that from and after this date no debts on account of His Majesty and the Boyal Household will be recognized unless authorized lu writing by the Clmmberhu n. CCRTU P. IAUKEA, H. M.'b Chamberlain. IoLtni Palace, August 1, 1887. 7floaug?l I hereby request thit all persons having claims against His Majt sty and the Royal House hold will please forward them as soon as possi ble to the oftice of His .Majesty's Chamberlain, at lolaui Palace. CURTIS P. IAUKEA, H. M ' Chamberlain. lolanl Pa!ace, Augunt I, JSdT. 7GUug81 The Assessor for nouolulm will be in his office t. attend to the returns from Monday, the 18th, id Saturday, tt.e toth of July, from 8 a m. to 5 p.m. After July 30th the Assessor will be en l. ijjred on the outside limiU of the district. JOHN RCSS, 742 Jy30 Assessor for Honolulu. Ir pnrtmetit of Fiimiic. All persons having claims against the II -vraiian Government are requested to send them in with as little delay as possible, to the depart ments respoa.iib!e for their liquidation. W. I.. GREEN, Miulater of f inance. Honolulu, Ju'y 12, 1-37. 7 Jjyl81f VMIT OF HONOLULU, II. J. AKItlVAIA. Monday, August 1. attar W G Hall, Bates, from Maui Schr Kauikeaoull. troui Koliala. Hawaii ftchr Caterina, from Haunlei Schr Waiehu, from Vaialu:i J7St:lir Kawailaui, from Koolau Schr Mille Morris, from Koolau Ii:iAIl Tt ICKS. MoyriAV. August 1. Stmr Lehua, Clark, for Hainakua Stmr C R Bishop, for a circuit of Oahu, at 9 a m Stmr I.ikelike. Kavies. for Kahuiui ami way ports, at 5 p m Stmr Vaialeale, Chaney, for Haualeiand Kila uea at 5 p m Stmr J A Cummins, Nellsou, for Koolau at 0 a in stmr Walmanal-, for Waianae at -J a m Stmr Kwa, for Kwa Am bk Hope, 1) Y P Penhallow, for Port Townsend, V V Schr Mary, for Kauai Schr Mauuokawal, for Koolau VekNPis i.envluir To-ilay. Haw steamship Australia, Houdlette, for San l-'raucisco at noon stmr Kinau, Lorenzeu, for Maui and Ha waii, at p in Stmr Mikahala, Freeman, for Nawiliwili, Wai mea, Koloa, etc, Kauai, at 5 p m Stinr Kilauea Hon, Cameron, for Hamakua, Hawaii, at 6 p m Am bktue Eureka. 5Ieyers, for San Francisco Schr Canute, for Hilo, Hawaii Schr Waiehu, for Waialua schr YVaioll, for Kuan Schr Rob Roy, for Koolau, Oahu Schr Kawailani, for Koolau Schr Canute, fot Kauai Schr Leahi, for Haualei, Kauai Schr Moi Wahiuo. Staples, for Hamakua Schr Caterina, for Hanalei Schr Kauikeaoull, for Hawaii Vessels in Port rrom Forljfii pons. Haw bark Kalakaiut, C H HenderaoH, from Tal parairio USH Adams, Louia Kempff, from Acapulco, via Hilo, Hawaii II B M'a S Conquest, Charles L. Oxley, from Esquimault, B C Am bktue Eureka, Meyers, from San Fran cisco Brit bk Iron Crag, Jones, from San Franclco N S W Am bktne S N Castle, II W Hubbard, from Ban Francisco Am bk James 8 Stone, C F Barstow, from Bos ton. Haw S S Australia, II C Houdlette, from Ban Fraucisco Haw bk Lilian, J B Holland, from Hongkong Am brgtne Win G Irwin, J EMcCulloch, from San Francisco l(fit Kxperteii front Foreign Ports. Haw schr General Siegel, Sanders, from French Frigate ShoaH. due Nov 20-30 Am bark st Lucl, nailed from New York March 20. due September 3-So Ger I k Peter Goddefroy. , sailed from Liverpool May 3rd, due Sept 1-25. Brit nark Biimah, from Glasgow, due October Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due July 18- 8 Brit bk Velocity, from Hongkong, due July -6-31 Am bktne Ferris R Thompson, C Potter, from San Fmnrisco, due at Kabului July 16-31 Am bk Ceylou, K Calhoun, from san traucis co, clue July -2-i Am bkme S G Wilder, U A Paul, from San Francisco, due July 20- U I.' S S Vandalia v flagship), from Chile French frigate Lmcrex. from Chile French irlgate Florie, fioin Chile Am ok Edward May, Johnson, sailed from Boston June xSJ, due Nov 1-25 Am ship Maulda, Menimau, from Hongkong, due July 12-:U V S s Juniata, from China, due July 3-20 Am tern W S Bowne, W lsluhm. from Port T.)vntend, due Auk io-'i: H BM's S Wild Swan, Jno S Halifax, from N America, due Aug 1-20 Chilean corvette Esmeralda, from South America Ambrgtna Consuelo, E B Cousins, from Port Towii8en.l. due Aug 15-HI RM S S Mariposa (Am), Hayward, from S;iu Francisco, eu route to the Colonies, due Aug 5 Supposed to be lost. ABBIVALS. from windward ports, per steamer W G Hall, August 1st Miss Leihulu Kapena, W F Wilson, F U Newton, J I Dowsett, Jr, wile and child, Alex C Dowsett, A A Todd. D R VlrU, W Muller, T K Robert, Mrs A McDonald. Julian Mounrrat, Rev Fathers Ruault and Victor, Miss Angela WidJiflelJ, Mis JurgcTson aud child, W L Peter son, Capt L Maichant. T Duncan. Mrs C Hacker, Mrs M F Cunningham and child and 57 deck passengers. DEPARTURES. For Maul, rer steamer Likelike, August 1st Rev W C Merrltt and wife. Pror J D Dna aud wife, Miss Dana, Miss Lishman, Miss Hattle Needham, Mrs Needharn, Mrs G W Smith, Miss Afines Kalua, Miss Ellen Copp. Mrs F Scbrim melfenig. V.' H Meyers. J li Siiueona. Mrs Chapman and son, Sister Retiata and two pirls, J McDa'.e. J Ozorlo, Mrs EC Damou and infant, Miss L,(e Alexander, Rev E G Beckwith, 8 Ha waUaus auri lui) deck passengers. For Hanalei, Kauai, per stmr Waialenle, Aug ust 1st R C Spalding, wile and son. Master E I.aine, Miss F.nima Uatheld and sister and HO deck passengers. SIII1'1'INJ XOTFX The hark Hope sailed AufrK Is r ne. uilod. IJV AUTHORITY T!. V .. SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTES. Now is the time to secure ladies and children' hats at Clca ranee sale. bargains in N. S. Saeli's Come to-morrow and bring your friends to see the mammoth bargains in ladies' hats, from f0eup, at t'has. J. I Khel'.-. lead ing Millinery House. - Remnants in colored embroideries can be found at N. S. Sach's clearance salt way below cu-t. Call early to-morrow morning. Genuine bargains iu ladies' underwear and cornets at Sach's store. Call at once. The most w onderful values in ladies' and misses' trimmed and untrimmcd hats ever ottered in Honolulu are at l'i-her leading Millinery House. The 25, .r0 and 75 cent hats are selling like hot cakes at Sach's clearance sale. LOCAL AND UENEKAIj. A meeting of the I'rivy Council is fixed for Saturday next. The steamer Kinau leaves at 4 o'clock this afternoon for Maui and Hawaii. A partnership notice concerning the late linn of Tai Lung appears in another col umn. Rev. E. G. Reck with left by the Likelike for Maui yesterday, and expects to return on Saturday. The steamship Australia sails for San, Francisco at noon to-day. The mail closes at the Post Office at 10 a. ni. The decision of the Supreme Court in the Dodd divorce case will be given on the re turn of the Court ftom Kauai. (1" Mr. "W. E. Howell is Acting Superintend uc ri uoouer tvawauanl hrougtt at ont 'X) bags rice from Koolau August l.,t. It is understood tiat the Quarter:: atr of th Rttamfchfp Australia has ben appointed Capt.-.in of the schooner Moi Wahine. The schooner Canute sails to-day for Laui a hoehoe, Houomu and Hilo, Hawaii, under ti:e temporary charge of Capiain W i..arf h of th steamer Surjirise. The steamer James Mkee will be hauled on the Marine Railway this week to be cleaned. The steamer Kilauea Hou sail this afternoon for Hamakua, Hawaii. The steamer W. G. Hall arrived August 1st from Maui and Hawaii, and reported pleasant weather along her route. She brought 4,8-2 bags susar, 90 bags awa, 47 hides, 3 horses and 10i packages sundries. The schooner Nettie Merrill will be laid up for several months. The stt-aui-r Kinau leaves this afternoon for Maui and Hawaii. The schooner Caterina brought 1,000 bags paddy from Haualei, Kauai, July .'list. M;e will take coal to-day for the same plac e. The American barkentine Eureka, Captam M. Meyers, sails to-day for San Francisco. The schooner Waiehu brought C-Vi bafs sugar from Waialua, ( ahu, August 1st, which we.e put on board the bark Iron Crag. The a.rhooner Mile Morris brought . rice from Koolau, Oahu, August 1st. Chief Officer John Hilo, of the steamer Moko lii, goes as Mate pro tern for the steamer Lehua. The Hawaiian steamship Australia, Captain H. C. Houdlette, sails at noon to-day for San F"run cisco. She will take about 2u,0()0 bags sugar, 2,200 buuehes bananas, 2.C00 bags rice, l.OOo bundles hides and various sn ndry packages. ent of Public Works and Civil Ktigiiieeipror and indignation. vice Julius II. Smith, resigned. It is understood that some spicy articles relative to Hawaiian affairs, published in an Eastern journal, may be looked for by an early mail. If you want to have a good sea bath, lake the 'bus and go out to the Waikiki hath house. Every accommodation will be found there. The "Honolulu Almanac ami Directory ' for is: now on sale at J. II. Sopcr's and A. M. Ilewett's news depots, and at this oflice. Price. oO cents. The Marshal's sale of real estate, under a writ of execution, in the case of Cart wright vs. Kalilimoku, which was to have been held yesterday, has been postponed to the 8th instant. " " " Professor Dana, Rev. W. C. and Mrs. Merritt left by the Likelike yesterday for Maui. They intend visiting Haleakala and the Vulley of Iao. They will remain on Maui until Monday next, when they will meet the Kinau at Maalaea and pro ceed to Hilo, and after remaining there several days will visit the Volcano. About a week will be spent in its vicinity, when the trip will be extended to Puualuu, Kau. and the party will return to Honolulu by the Hall. Vl'recUett. The British Fchoonor Beatrice, ituui Guam, brought up the Captain and crew of the Pritish bark Alton, which left Newcastle, X. S. W., 1-Vbiu.ry -JSth with coal, bourn! tor can Die-go. On March 31st he . truck a reel oil" the island of Lisansky. Considerably cargo was thrown overboard and the vessel was ultimately got oil". She was, how ever, making water so rapidly that the Captain and crew wore compelled to abandon her and take to the boats, with the intention 01 making for Hono lulu, a distance of 800 miles, but ow ing to adverse winds they were obliged to abandon the attempt, and after being in the boats for twenty-nine days, and sailing a distance of 'J.ooO miles, they succeeded in reaching Ciuanv. S. l P.ulletin. TIioiiim .Huar t'oncerl. The following musical programme will be given by the Royal H:waiian Military Hand this evening at '.' :." o'clock nt Thomas Sjuare: Overture "Hungarian" . P.ela Polka "Cavalier" Kahrbach Ballet Muic "Astorga" Abert " KemtniA ences of tiounod" (Joilfrey "Hilo Kupa Loke." Medley "Reverie". . ... P.eyer Waltz "tojld and Hlue" . Lamo'the Quadrille " Madame Angot" Leoocq "Hawaii Ponoi." f AX OLD TIME ACIIOBAT. THE CAREER OF MOUS HENRY THE ONCE FA M. MAJILTCN. His Fall from a Trapee The Wonder of Showmen KemiiiLceiMe of Old Clrcrts Days Saved Money and Fair Com pc tenc e. In a cosy home in ElLstvorth street lives Henry 31. Majilton, who for thirteen years of bis early life was the wonder of showmen and who has le?ri for twenty-five years more than a wonder to those who knew him be cause of the marvelous cheeriness with which he has endured a life of physical inaninity caused by a parah sis of his lower extremities, the result of a spinal dislocation following a fall while doing a flying trar?ze act in the London Alhiunbra in March, lvJl. His first venture in "the business'' was in l"S-k5, when he was engaged as a "tumbler'' by Aaron Turner, whuse circus started from Hamilton. O. , and worked the season ea-t through New York and New England. His salary was i'j a week and found, and the best Iei formers in the show did not get more than thrice the sum. Tim Turner, who was the first to turn a somersault on a horse (with a pad, was the pruicijial rider, and there was a four horse act rider and a scenic rider (chang ing costumes while in full career), a clown, ac robats, slack roi-e dancer, alut ten per formers in all, and about sixty people in all with the sho.v, wbi.-h exhibited in a forty foot ring under u single pole tent of 100 feet diameter, holding, on a pinch, nearly 1,U00 people. There was a stand and two shows every day ; the expenses were not over S'JiK) a day, and when the weather was good about that amount was cleared. In those cheap lays fifty cents adayp.aid for the food for the men, and from ill' teen to twenty-five cents a clay for the hor-s. There were no lady er for iuers w i;h the show and j et it was considered a very good circus in its day. Ma jilton was with Turner two seasons, during which time he invented the three pole tent, which i'i iniLled a great enlargement of the canvas, and which is used by all the traveling tri reuse.-. outnMe of such hi shows as Car num's or Iroivpaiish's to day. In lSoO he en gaol witii Spalding 6c Rogers and remained with them until I'i'i'i, working his way up to the top of his profession by haid work, so briety, a genius for univ.-r-.aluy and a rare invention of iihw and hi'tlit-rio MipjKjsed im ossible acts, and c.imiiiaiiiiing the biggest salary of the .lay. lb- was with Hpal.ling & Rogers when they ran th.-ir i'oating circus up and diTvvn the Misiippi and ir larger tribu taries, and it was while w ith these managers that he made himself fuiuous in hi-i character of Jocko, in "Jocko;" or, the Kruziliuu Ape. "JOCKO" HIS OHEAT I'llAKACTEH. The original of the character was Henry Leech, an Englishman, whose professional name w as Otto llorti. His body was of the size of an ordinary man's, but his legs were only a foot l'ug, yet siu-h was his agility that he could outrun, on all fours, a very fair run ner. His skeleton is in Mine. Tussaud'a exhi bition in London. The Ravels afterward introduced the character in their pantomimes, but it was lelt to Majilton to bring it to per fection, lie had wonderful strength iu his hands ami could w alk w ith his hands hanging under an ordinary floor joist, his whole weight depending uion the grip letween his thumbs and their opjosing fingers, with per fect eae; and -he occasionally astonished a braggart of thw profession by walking on his hands on a slack rope or on the hawser with which the circus was towed by a steamer. This singular faculty made him an expert climber and he would run up and down the interior of the circus and leap the rail of the tiers and run along them with an agility that no ap. could excel. He fairly rolled with laughter when he told how he frightened the colored jeople on the Mississippi. On one occasion, w hen he leaped among them, chattering and grimacing, jmanv ! jumped in their fright through the windows L of the circus into the river and were rescued ! '.with dilHeultv. "For God's sake, ston this." jaaid SpanMing afterward, '-or we'll have aeaa niggers to pa3r tor." lit JJecember, 14, while playing in Charleston, he created almost a panic in the theatre. One of the scrub women was stationed in the third tier with a it tiffed baby, and Majilton, in h3 Jocko act, snatched it from her and, jumping to the side of the proscenium boxes, beat its head against the wood and then threw it to the sta;'e and jumped on it, the women yelling all the while )ind the audience in a terrible uproar of ter- NONK SINCE CAN DO THEM. Many of his acts were of his own invention, and two at least have never been performed since. In one or two of these he laid on his back on the end of a iolo carried by a second on the stage in a waist socket, and in the ap parently painful and perilous position a third performer climbed to him and hunac from his feet and hands, and cut all sorts of didos. It was to a great extent, however, a trick, as his waist was incased in an armor from which protruded in the back an iron peg, which titted in a socket on the top of the pole, the peg being pulled into place before he climbed and after he descended from the pole, and giving no sign other than that his flesh alone bore upon the pole's top. The other act was the double plate spinning, one of the perform ers standing on the head of the other and both spinning and exchanging plates by toss . ing them up and down. In l"y Majilton and four companions visited Europe, performing in France, Spain, Italy, Germany and England, making a great deal of money and astonishing the acrobats and gymnasts across the water by their won derful business. This tour ended with the accident to Majilton in 1S51. He was for six months in London under the care of the ablest surgeons, who could do nothing for him, and since has resided in Philadelphia. That he ha?, a competence is well known. 'T alw ays saved my money,'' he said, "and when other performers would upbraid me for not going with th--jn aud spending my money I would reply that it wa3 my ddty to earn my salary, and that if I got drenk I could not act." During LL European tour he and Lis companions played always for half the gross receipts. He saved his money and is to-day in dependent, u bile all theotbersd'ed in poverty. He has a nice home, a pony phtKlcn in which he is driven out in good weather and employs his time with reading and music, being a vervgOod performer on the violin and flute. Take loin tV-r all and all, and in spite of bis alHictioi:., lb nry M. Majilton is certainly a happv man. Philadelphia Times. To Humble Family 1'ilde. "Why do you want to run for alderman f"" was asked of a 3 omig man atnicted with the mania last niht. "To bumble family pride, my dear boy," was the answer. T think I aai a pretty fellow, and so does my family. After the election is over 1 am going to com pile all the bad things said about me and with Pooh-Hah exclaim: 'Ah, family pride, take that:' Every'time I get too exalted opinions of myself I shall take that prescription. It will prevent my Moating into the ether some time." Elmira Jazette. Faith Treatment. There is an old retainer of a family in the "western addition who is always com plaining. "Well, Tim. how are you to-day?" asked the lady of the house. "Sure, ma'am, an' I'm not well, at all, at all." 'What's the matter?"' "Sorry av me knows, ma'am, but I was thinkin', ma'am, if you had any old medicines alout the house as you didn't want. I'd lo mighty oblceged to yez for thim." San Frauc iseo Cluonicle. The Equitable Life Assurance Society OF THE LW'ITLD STATES. Death claims paid in loO per cent Assets. Janr.arv 1. 1? $75,510,472 7 Liabilities, 4 pe"r cent basis .. 5y, 154,597 00 Surplus, 4 percent ba-is $13.355,,7.5 76 The surplus is based on the conservative assumption that only 4 per cent interest will be realized on investments. Assuming that 4V per cent will be real ized, it amounts to &-The Sl'IU'LL'S. on everv basis of valuation. IS LARGER THAN THAT OF ANY OTHER COMl'ANY IN THE WORLD. New assurance in 10 $111.540,2o3 U0 Larger tliau tbat of any other company. Outstanding assurance.. ... 411,779.09s 0o Larger than that o: any other compauy. Paid policy holders in ls;.. Raid policy holders since or ganization 9o547,7"C .V) Total income I!,s7:'., 7:5.1 19 i'remium income.. 16,272,151 H2 Larger than that of any other comrany. IMPROVEMENT IHRINO THE YEAR. Increase of tirem. iniome 2,810,475 41 li;.rase of surplus, 4 percent hais. 2,4'J.',sC G;f Increase of asseis S,'J.r7 ,0S." '2tl Policies issued ou all the plana, with all the guarantees and coucest-ions. For full particu lars apply to ALEX. J. CAKTWniGIiT, C'.i- iuavl'2 'si No. :t Kaahumauu street. TAK0 FLOUR FACTORY, ailnliii, Hniil, pOMMESfLD OPERATIONS ON THl RsPAf, V May 'Jf'th, and are now prepaied to supply TARO FLOLlt in any quantities. AVith newand improved machinery and other apparatus, the present Manager guarantees to supply Taro Flour that will make a hatter claws of Pot than ever produced. All orders to be sent to W. H. CCMMIN3, Manager, at the Factory, Wailuku. Maui ; or to VV. H. IPAVIN i CO., Agents, Honolulu. t5ft7may27tfd w 3IARSHAIS SALE. By virtue of a writ of execution issued out of the Supreme Court on the ISth day of June, A. I. 1S7, against B. Kalilimoku, defendant, In favor of A. .1. Cartwrtsjht. trustee of the estate of R. W. Holt, deoeabed, plaintiff, for the sum of S-ft'S o5, I have levied upon and shall expose for sale at the front entraiu-e of Kalakaua Hale, iu Hono lulu, island of Oahu, at 12 o'clock m.ou Monday, August 8, A.I). 1887 To the highest bidder, all the rii'ht, title aud in terest of the said R. Kalilimoku. defendaut, in and to the lulluuing property, unless said judg ment, interest, costs, and my expenses lie pre viously paid. List of property for sale; Land at Keanae, Hana, Maui. R. P. 3,'Jf,7 L. C. A. 4.8."7, to Cihiki; area 1 50-100 acres. Land at Pahou, Koolau, Maui, It. P. 3,213, to Kalilimoku; area, 13 7-100 acres. Land at llonokohau, Kapauku.J Maui, R. P. 4,Glu, L. C. A. 5,'JJ7,to Kapoi; area, 50-100 acre. Right, title and interest of B. Kalilimoku in a certain pi-ce of laud at Walane and Pahou, Keanae, Hana, Maui, described in Wse recorded Lib. 4."), fol. 431; area, lu7 acres. B. Kalilimoku -w ith Kulili tw) of Kulihi, Oahu, made a mortgage to Honuakaha of Honolulu, dated Nov. 13, 18S3, recorded Lib. 8i, folio HS-9; B. Kalilimoku mortgaging the above described lands, and Kalili (w; the following lands to wit; 1. Apanal, R. P. 1,4'jr., L. C. A., 1,2:!8, to Hoe nui, Kalihi, Oahu; area 4.10hains. 2. Apana 3, R. P. 1,495, L. C. A. 1,2"8 to Hoe mii, Kalihi, Oahu; area, 25 1"0 acre. Terms ca-di. JLteeds at expense of purchasers. JOHN LOTA KAl Ll KOl. Marshal, Honolulu, June 21, 1887. The above sale is postponed until August 8th, at 12 o'clock noon, by order of the Marshal. 751augl PACIFIC Commercial Advertise! BTKAM BOOK AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE Is prepared to do all feiiuls of Commercial & Legal Work Having just Heceivpil a Complete and New Assortment of ; Job Types ami Ornaments ! Of the Litest Ktvles. fr'-m the mopt Cele trat i Foundrios of tlie Unitccl States, au' eiiiployms only Kxyc-ficru'eJ and i'aety Woiki'pf-n, wc- are prt parPi fo tuiu out Hill llejl.. lr-ll lii--. t- lc-.-li4, Mllll'Il.) UlN, iilMo of l.twlf hit, tV f rni'tn, St J ;l HiT 4 i I i t-1 ,ln Hart kuii ,t i-MH 11.'. li i ( Hli uilrtr. Itlniil f'hvkM, Itii" l " 4 'Hrilw. le.I riieeki, IlilU liehelt, 1fnrrlHS tVrl i fle-H". i lllHllHS. 'HllVii-, Air! in fart fvrvlliinsr which a firt-cIac'-;' ofl'"e fan Jo. drfrltsminits ; BOATS FOR SALE! Three Whale Iv.ts. One leckei 'A h 1- ZWi .to feet l.n?. :t feet d- , B feet wide. Two -fet-t smrl I!.a-. Olje ii-ffet Suif I'.jt. One decked Plunder, 1. f "t b laches wide. - feet 6 t tic lies de-p, with aiat t:d sails. One 2--teet S.uiic Scow, deiktd. with aut and sails. One 12-tcn Lighter, decked. K It. YAX, 710jel',tf Boit bv-.iUVr and cietteral Jobber STKAYED J7EOM THE TREMlsES; ON THE CORNER OF A lake a and Hotel btreef. on the ciht of i July L'Sth er in ti e inoruiu of Julv 'iith, a dark i half-Jersey cow, giviug milk. he had a nickel- j j plated earmark ia th left ear. Anyone return- i j ing her to lue will be rewarded. ! 7tiOjy3ttf JNO. S. McGBEW. I r. 1. BASS 9 H. BBOWK T. J. BASS & CO. j Importers of and Dealers iu I -Artists' - Materials, Paints, tills. Glass, Varnishes, Turpentine. Manufacturers of Mouldings, Picture Frames, etc., etc , etc. 14 Hiul IB KIHh Street urar .Market, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. CM iu a Hit CAKOLAN & CO. IMPORTERS) cjK II ARDWA RE, Iron, Steel, Pipe, Mill Mid Mining Supplies. III to U.N alitornin St.. Suu Fraut-lM'O. f.44 an Kit) Australian 31 ail Service. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. The new and Cue 1 -.tet I s'.eanmhlv 59 Of th 0c'a"l- Ste un.shi Company, will he due at Itoimlnlu from pyin- mm Auckland ! or ttboiii AUGUST 26, 1887, Aut will Irave for l!ie tuve p.n t Mlli mull aud ptt.s.s(-!m-rs on or ,-4toiit lli.t: .Inn-. Kor frr-isiil or phssah. !ih .tig slTKKIul: AC 'OM MliliA l II . np pl.t m Win. G. Irwin & Co.. AllKM'S. For Syilnev and Aiirklaml. r-(w.. -1.5-3 I'be :iew nnd tine A 1 steel stenlilslii)i "MARIPOSA," Of the Oceanic steamship Compuny. will be due at Uoiio'.ulu t ruin San Frrtiiciseo or or nlioiit August 5, 1887. And will hitve proni(i diput-n jvjtii malls anc passeiiKerf for the uhove ports. For fielp?hi or pussiuie, liuvinK Sl'l'EKIOR AC COM.MODATli Cs, apply t, .Wm. Vr. Irwin & Co., AGF.NTM Wm. G. Irwin & Co rO-li:R FOU SALE: SUG A-R S DRY ORANUIATEI) In Barrels, Half B::rr lH, And 30-pound Boxes. Cl'BK- In Half Barrels And 25-pound Boxes POWDEKKL In M0-pouiid Boxes. OOLDF.N C. CTiFFKE :n Half Esrre's TEAS Blue .Mottled Soap SALMON i Caes ConuMl leef. j lp (T) J i : O fL Ft' Kl. am. l.L ll twli AT1NO. i j JLTM K ? C lMllN Tl I ' Galvanized Iron Roofing,; R I I K I 1 TsTO SCKEWS and ASHKRS. Suirar Raii-s x'M. CORDAGE. . Maiiil t rm.l Tv, i he, li.ile I.inc RfOd'.S Ftt StCaill Plpo! and P.oilor Covering l GRASS SEEDS, : 1I1LL TI3IBEHS. "A" TKN'fS, u!tahle for rump j iiiif an 1 mil -vj-Tn(t rftrt!".i 'vvStrtisnjunti. NI2W GOODS! B. F. EHLEKS & CO. 99 Fori Street, Have just oihmkxI a new consignment of oNTEW and SE. CGInspvtion CIGrARS If you want a lino CIGAR, try some arrived at HOLLISTER & CO.S, 109 Fort 73 IT. K. Mclntyre & Bro., JIMPORIKI'.S AM 1'KALKitM IN (Jrpoeeries 3?rovisions and TeerL FAST COHXEK VOHf AND KINO STKKKTH. red ty every pacicet from the K-t-steru Htatea and Kurope. 'renli Calliornla .-iiiiier. All orders faithfully ;.t(end.'d to. and (ioods deilverel to any part of the Island order .solicited. Sutisfuctlou Krauteed. Po-tolhce Hox No. 14i 60 aplT New (toods Prtxloce hy evi i . "ity free of -h Telephone No. i- 1S7B. GEO. W. 13 TT I L 75 and 77 Kincr Street, Bll Tl4pIioii No. 275. H5 Only House making a specialty of Fine Groceries aud Table Delica-ie8. New N'oTeltiea 'alway arrivlug. 11FRRMANN J. SAM.F.R, FSTAKI.ISHFD I SCO O'l 1 I.1A MM'. 1 AL3H:Ra,, Mru & co., IMPORTERS FOREIGN AND ROMESTIC ilancy and Staple Groceries, Correspondence Solicited. Sim FrauoUoa. I. S. A. SOLE AOENTSf FOR Gordon Pilworth's fine Preserved Fruits and Tellies In KlasH; Richardson At Rohhlns Canned, Potted or Reviled Meats. Curried Oysters, Fowl, Plum Pudding: Tbos. J. Mever k Co.'s Oyfters, Vegetables, etc. ; H. O. Wilbur & Sous' Chocolate, Oocoatheta, etc.; E. J Larfabee's fine Crackers and Biscuits; Wilson i (!ass Co., Crystal Soda Wafers; Franco-American French Soups, in glass and tins; Windsor Manor Pickles; Shrewsbury Tomato Ketchup: Mac I'rqu.irhfs only genuine imixirted Worcestershire Sauce; Dandico'.le k Oaudin's Freuch Mushrooms, Veeetahles, etc.. In glass; J. Mottet i Cie.. prize medal pure Olive Oil: (iillbert A: Tessier's French M.-ircaroni. Ver micelli and Pastes; Adamu' pure Maple Syrupy Mattoni's Glessliuhler i Karlsbad F.mjress of Table Waters; A. B. Cleveland Co. (Limited) new process Split Peas; Merrltt's Russet Cider: Robert Norton's Pineapple Cheese; Julius J. Wood Starch Co.; Yoseuiite Fruit racking Co., Sun Francisco, California. 415 augia myf EEADY. 1887. Fourth Year of Publication. 1887. THE jE-IONOI-ULU ALMANAC AND DIRECTOKY ! For the Year of Our Lord 1887, Containing an Astronomical, Civil & Ecclesiastic'l CalencPr FORT Hi. Official and Business rfOUKTHF.K WITH Full Statistical and General Information RI.ATINO TO THE HAW'N ISIiANDS, Greut pains and expense have been gone to by the Publishers to make this Almanac and Director r the rnat useful aiul comprehen sive work of the kind ever published in the Hawaiian Kingdom. It will be found invaluable to men of business, travelers and tourists, and is guaranteed a wide circulation at Home and in Foreign Coun- tries, Its' Gourt aml ffic5al Calendar carefully corrected to the late moment. Articles of special value to the Islands have oeen prepared by ex pert writers, which arc well cah-ulutcd to beget great interest m their condition nn prospect abroad. Send in yonr ordorn LEW IS HI MrM-l.-liHimner nu1 Ii-alr lu Staple and F"ancv Groceries. -:o:- FRESH GOODS ' pv evt.rv steamer from California, atul always on han-1, a full and complete line o ' t,l Satisfaction puirantce.!. Telephone No. 240. I. O. Box No. V97. NEW GOODS! XABLIS GOODS. 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