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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, AUGUST .", 188".
Mr. V. I. lioc: tin day beeu
Secretary of tte Board of Htalth.
Dr. Vujihl Campbell has this day been ap
pointed Government I'bysiclan for tbe district
of Wiiuiea, Kauai, vice Dr. John Borland, de
ceased. Dr. Benjamin Pop 1 I-.-ij this day been ap
pointed (iov,i;we:i! -icinn for tfce district
of KotaU, lia.l, vice lr. L. S. Thompson, re
sigiied. Dr. Cbarlea A. Peteisnn bis thin day been ap
pointed Government l'hysiclan for tbe district
of l.Hbalna, Maul, and for the l?land of Molokal
and Lanai, vice Dr. Uolaudo Kuehn.
GEO. TliOL'.SSLAC, M. D..
President boanl of Health.
OrUce of Board of Healtb, Honolulu, August 1,
Iixiiitx rlitiii's Oilice.
Py command of His Majty the King, I bere
l.yxive notice ibat from and after this date no
dt-bta o:i account of His Majesty and tbe Royal
Household will be recognized unless authorized
In writing bj the Chamberlain.
CCIUIS P. IACKEA,
H. II. 's Chamberlain,
lolanl X'alace, August 1, laS7. 76oaug81
I hereby retiie!-t that all persons having
cl iiins a-anist Ilia Maji sty ai.d the Koyul House
hold wiil It ase forward them as soon as possi
ble to ti e olfice o! Ills M Jtty'o Chamberlain, at
IoUni Palace. CUKTW P. iAtTKEA.
H. M 'a Chamberlain.
Iclani Ta'ace, August 1, Jtvj". 761ugSl
The -A essor for Honolula will be in his office
ti attend to the rrturtiK from Monday, the lMtli,
t' Saturday, the : Ith of July, fioui 8 a m to 6
p.m. After July IMth the Assessor will be en
pifje.l on the outnide limits of the district.
742 jy30 Assessor for Honolulu.
iH-pni-liueait of Finance.
All persons having claims against the Ha
waiian (iovemmt nt aie re'iuepted to send them
in with as little delay as possible, to the depart
ments responsible for their liquidation.
W. L. UREKN,
Minister of Finance.
HotnOulu, Ju'y 12, ls--s7. 7a'Jjyl3tf
i'OSiT 01 HONOLULU,' II. J.
A Itltl V A I..N.
1 nCItSDAV, AllKII.-t .
Schr Sarah and Kli.a. from Kw.i.Oahn
Schr Mnkuoia, from Kwa
Hhl'AIM I t!l .V
Thtiihiiat, August 4.
Stmr 'Waimaualii, I'mh rwn v.l, for Walauae.
Oahu, f.t y a m
Stmr J A Curuiiiius, Neilson, for '.Vaimanalo,
Am hk lis S Sione, M.rston, for Honekoii
Schr He"ia, for Waiaune
Stmr ivy Holme, lor Wiiiartae and Waialua
Sour Rainbow, tor Koolau
Stmr W G Hall, Bates, f or Mam and Hawaii
at 10 a m
Stmr Iwalani. WVir. for Ihm.skui, Hawaii, via
l.ahai na, at a m
Iirit liatk Iron Crae, Jones, for San Francisco
bi-hr Sarah and Kliza, for Koolau, Oahu
Schr Emma, for Kauai
in Iort Iron) Foreign l'or(t.
Haw hark Kalakaua, C II Henderson, from Val
paraiso L'SS Adams, Louis Kenipff, from Acapulco,
via Hilo. Hawaii
Brit bk Iron t'ra, Jones, from San Francisco
N S W
Am hktue S X Castle, II W Hubbard, from Pan
Iliiw l.k Lilian, J B Holland, from HonglonR
Am brittle Win O Irwin, J L ,'McCulloch, from
teiifiN Eifriei rrom Foreign form.
llaw schr General Siegel, Sanders, from
Irench Fritrate Shoals, due Nov yfi-3ti
An' hark St l.uclft, palled from New York Marcb
2f", due Sei'teiuber 5-3i)
tier hk Peter Goddefroy, , sailed from
Liverpool May Hid, due Sept J-2n.
Brit iiark Birmah, from Glasgow, due Octol'er
Ger bark Uvdra, from Hongkong, due Julv
Brit hk Velocity, from Hongkong, due JuK
Am bktne Feiris H Thompson, C Potter, from
San Ftaucisco, due at Kahului July 10-al
Am bk Ceylou, R Calhoun, fiom a,an traucis
co, due July -'H
Am bktDe b G Wilder, H A Paul, from San
p'raucisco, due July iu--l
L S S Vaudalia (.flafahipV ftom Chile
Freuch frigate nuciri, from Chile
French irlg.iie Florie, from Chile
Am ok LdwaiJ May, Johnson, sailed from
Boston Ji)ne due Nov 1-25
Am ship Manida, Mernmau, from Hongkong,
due July 12-:1
L' SSJuni.ita, from China, due July 8-20
Arn tern W S Hone, W Bluhm, from Port
TowusenJ, rtne Au lu-a
H B M a S Wild Swan, Jno 9 Halifax, from X
America, due Aug i -'.it)
Chilean corvette Lsmeralda, from South
Amt)igtne Consue':o, E B Cou'jinF, from Port
Towuseiid, di.e Aug 15-. 1
KM S S .Mai ipo-.a (Am , Hayward, from San
Francisco, t n route to the Colonies, due Aug 6
Am oarK Souoiaa, 1" H Grifil.hs, from Port
Tow use ud, W i", due Aug 2.1-31
il.ivv scar Wairtiilu, Urownell, from Lalson
Isiaml, i'ue Au li--0
Supposed to be lost.
.sin ri'i ; xhkv
The schooner SaiU and Eliza brought 3V)
ba,'s paddy from Pu.iloa, Oahu, August 4th.
The American bark James S. Stone, Captain C.
F B-ir.itow, sailed at 11 a. in. August 1th for
Hongkong, having ou board D 3 Chinese steer
age passengers yv laaUs, 1 female and 3 chil
dren. The tern W. S. Bowne will finish unloading
lumber early next week, and will load sugar
for Saa Francisco after the barkentine S. N.
The schooner Mokuola brought about ba's
rice from Ewa, Oahu, August 4th.
The brigantia W. G. Irwin ha finished di
chargiiig cargo, and will leave for San FrancUco
The steamers Iwalani and W. G. Hll call tills
Lnoraing for windward ports.
The Hawaiian schooner Waimalu, Captain
BroA'neU, may he expected to arriv next week
with guano from Laison Island, Sonth Pacific.
The barKentiue fi. X. Castle was berthed at
Wilder' wharf August 4th to take in sugar.
The steamer Mokolli, now having a new boileT
put lu, will also receive a new foremast.
The steamer C. It. Bishop Is expected this
afternoon from Koolau and Wialua.
The steamer J. A. Cummins arrived Augn.-t
1th from Koolau with -'511 b:ij,s nee and - calves,
and left again the same day tor Walmaualo.
The British iron bark Iron Crag Captain
Jones, jails to d.y for San Francisco with 1,-00
The 'Honolulu Alniaiuio and Directory ' i
tor 1S?7 is now on tale at J. II. iSoper's ''
and A. M. Hewctt's news depots, imd t .
this oltce. l'rice, X' cents.
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTES.
Bargains can now be obtained ut the j
Popular Millinery Hou-e during the ab- j
seine ui mc tirojiritior, -ir. . . 3aciis.
Come to-morrow and bring your friend
to see the mammoth bargains in ladies'
hat, from 50c up, at Cha. J. label's lend
ing Millinery Ilon-e.
Hats, trimmed and untrimmed, at half
price, at Sachs' store, in order to make
room for the new stock.
The most wonderful valuer in ladies' and
misses trimmed ana untrimnifd hat- ever i
olFered in Honolulu are at FMiei's leaditi
During my absence the entire stock will
be offered at reduced prices in order to
make room for the new stock. N. 8. Sachs.
CHU ON & CO.,
Importers mid ! lera in riiie
.! jHmui'tc .oii, -I'i Vuaiiuii
Have constantly on hand Silk, Satin,
Crape, Grass Cloth, Embroidered and
Hemstitched Silk and Grass-cloth Hand
kerchiefs, Silk and Crape Shawls and
A great variety of Japanese and Chi
nese Tea Sets, Vases, Bronze and Lac
Ivory, Sandalwood and Tortoisesliel!
Card Cases, Paper Cutters, Fans and
Gold ivnd Silver Jewelry, setting with
tier claws, cat-eyes and amber, such as
Scarf Pins, Earrings, Bracelets, Neck
An assortment of Chinese and Japan
ese nick-nacks and euriordties too num
erous to specify.
Chinese Matting a specialty.
Also, just received, ex Hawaiian bark
"Lilian," a larye invoice of Ebony and
Marble Furniture in sets. Table, Chairs
A full assortment of Flower Pots, Arti
ficial Flower P.askets, Lacquered and
J'amboo Goods, etc.
The public is res pert fully invited to
inspect our goods. 7bS feb'J
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
A mail will be forwarded to San Fran
cisco bv the bark Iron t'ratr, which sails to
.lay. The Koyal Mail steamship Mariposa is
due this morning from San Francisco, en
route to the Colonies.
California produce will be received by
the Mariposa by H. E. Mclntyre it Bros.
corner of King and Fort streets.
Mr. Lowrv will take charge of Mr. P. C. j
.lies' classes in bookkeeping at the Y. M.
C. A. during the hitter's absence.
By the Mariposa, Lewis &. Co. will receive
their usual consignment of fresh California
fruits, fish and vegetables on ice. Leave
your orders early.
If you want to have a good sea bath,
take the 'bus and go out to the Waikiki
Oath house. Every accommodation will
be found there.
The following names have been booked
at the olftce of Messrs. W. G. Irwin A Co.
to leave to-day for the Colonies by the
steamship Mariposa: r. L. Danforth, Jr.,
and wite. and H. J. Agnew.
Will arrive per Mariposa to-day, plums,
cherries, grapes, pears, apples, green
gages, apricots, etc.. which will be offered
for sale at the California Fruit and Poultry
Market, corner of King and Alakea
Electric light polls have been placed in
positions which are inconvenient to public
traffic and dangerous to life from their lia
bility to cause accidents to passing vehicle.
The exercise of a little judgment and care
would have rendered this complaint un
necessary. A working gang was on the Waikiki road
yesterday darning the surface in place
muii 1 1 j jtv-tn-fii - ' i, v. mi ..... .. i
risea. The gang proceeded leisurely, and j
if the prison labor is to be charged for. it !
will turn out to be a very dear job. It is j
to be hoped that the rock will be spread &
little more evenly hereafter. j
Mr. Lewis J. Levey, auctioneer, an- i
nounces in to-tlay's Acvektiib the sale of i
valuiible real estate in Honolulu, the prop- j
erty of John M. Kapena. a bankrupt. The I
auction wiil be hthl at Mr. Levey's sales- j
room, corner Fort and Queen streets, to- j
morrow, Saturday, Augu-t 6th. at noon, j
From the known value and desirable loea- j
tton of thb property the bidding i.-s ex- !
peeted to be spirited.
Mrs. Wray Taylor va buried yesterday j
from St. Andrew's Cathedral, which wa j
neirly llKed by mourning friends. Right j
Rev. Dr. Willi', Bishop of Honolulu, as
sisted by Rev. Alexander Mackintosh und
Rev. H. II. Gowen, read the very impres
sive burial service of the English Episcopal
Church. The choir was in attendance. At!
the grave in Nuuanu Valley Cemetery the j
service was read by the Bishop, assisted by
the clergy named. Many friends nf Hie j 5iaii.l, tcive mi anchorage to the human be
deceased placed wreaths upon the grave, j ing an. I a chance for growth. .Mary A.
Mr. Wray Taylor, husband of the de- I Lh frnmie in The Cbautauquan.
ceased, is generallv svmpathized with in ;
hi, hprpfivprripnt. I A Mighty igr ThlnK.
Reform Club .Meeting... j
larelv attended meeting was hel.I !
at the Lyceum last night to organize a
Young Men's Reform Club in the oth
Ward. A constitution was? adopted,
supported by 112 signature, declaring
its objects to be the maintaining of
honest constitutional Government, and
to as.-ist in the election of Representa
tive and Nobles, and to support tho
political party who organized and car
ried into effect the recent constitutional
reform. The organization i.s irrespective
of clasn or creed, and the doctrine ot
majority rule is confirmed.
! A mimiRT t ivsolutions wore a-loptrd,
, 'ivin: etTct to the constitution, and Ir.
; J. i. Turk'-r wa. c
rf'IdVSellt 1 1 1 '
Colon ! Ahford, wh- was present,
' rejxirted at the . iuse that a similar
1 meeting haI leen lie! I in No. 8 Ward,
! and t!;at -Mr. William Wilder had been
elected a delegate; also, that the pro
ceedings conducted simultaneously in
No. G Ward had resulted in the election
of Mr. J. B. Atherton.
Tne eu 4'oiitti tutloii.
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
FICDSO.v, Wis., April 4. I arrived here last
week jast a little aliea 1 of the biting blasts of
the i. c. b. By th i. c. b. 1 mean to imply
t'uo interstf.te coniPiission bill.
I tii'ti-'d wl.ii-.; on route that tbo r:e law
had stimulated trrtl to a wond iful dt?::ive.
On my way iroia the boata, where I was
during tho winter, I notic-.-d that the sluggi -'u
ai tei-K-s of trade '.-.d already bcun to palpi
tate, aiitt crow.is cf pocpie filled the cai-s on
e- ery traia.
I iid to my'.f, congress has at last solve I
this g .-a: q .1 -itiou of financial stringency
and broken the grea't darn that hoi i capita!
captive. Ou the Piedmont Air lino people
crushed each ether together in a m&d attempt
to travel. Oa the Ricrunond r.iid Danville
and E. T. , N. arid G., as well no Iho L. and N.,
hamaiucy civwded day coaches and slo pers
till the eracked. At Ctnchmati I eouM
tiot set a sle&piijg ear at all, an-1 I had to
tclegiapu twenty-i'viir hours ahead to get one
from Cbicaijo. Every where, as far as the eye
could reach, there seemed to be a wild and
ronless desire to get somen hero else. Several
companies Live to put on extra coaches to
carry th; ea,ci tourists.
I arrived here just in time to witness the
tzt moments of a northwestern jass as its I
spirit took its flight. Had 1 postponed my
journey for a single day 1 would have been
It was still young. Life was before it.
Barely a quarter of the span of its life had
bev-ti passed when it curled up and expired.
It was a cute little thing, with tin olive com
plex!. n a;id large, mournful, upper ease eyes.
A tVw weeks ago 1 notk h1 that it did not
look well. It did not complain of illness or
pain, but I thought I detected a condition ou
its bark, and so I hurried home in order to be
here in ease it should expire. As soon as the
conductor looked at it and felt its pulse he
said thai heeouid do nothing for it. The inter
state cmni'Tee law is one of those things that
will Lave to be tried lie fore we can pass upon
it, I presume, though some claim that it Ls
going to be very difficult to pass iton it even
then. The though; occurred to me just after
the gate keeer pushed me back yesterday
and told nie to go and get Hiy ticket.
I then first realized what it was to be rudely
ground under the heel of a cold eororatioii
that is devoid of heart, devoid of soul, devoid
of noble thoughts, devoid of refined instincts,
devoid of kind impulses, devoid of milk of
human kindness, devoid of bowels of compas
sion. From force of habit I walked up to the gate
wh h a joyous nod and the old password, only
to bo coldly repu'ed by tho hired bouncer of
this heartless, soulless, impulseless, milkless
and bov.-elless corporation.
But the railroads will get the worst of it,
-t. for 1 know that travel on some of the lines
13 fallen oiT since Apr
Ja-ad"- I bave fallen off
ilias fallen ofT since April 1. I can see it
myself since the 1st
of the month and others will do the same.
That is not all. A friend of mine who runs
n pajier, and whoso jxiss got tbe hollow horn
on Friday la?t, says that birs columns are now
open to those ho wish to eomplain of the
management of this road. He states that the
first hot box will ba duly chronicled, and that
he w'll no longer close his eyes to the wrongs
we Lave heretofore suffered at the hands of
this unjust and ruthless vampire that has
been sapping the very foundation of our in
stiiutions and smearing its long, dark trail
with tha remnants of our best milch cows.
y reluctantly paying for them the price set at
tne tan ot an unjust ana enervating trial by
a corrupt, venal and driveling jury.
He says that "the time has come for the
press to arise and assert itself," and when the
train runs off the track and kills a lot of
people who have led exemplary lives, his pa
per will hereafter tell whj and how it was
done. Hc-retofore he has not had sufilcient
help in the olUce, he claims, and he fre
quently ran short of type, but now he is go
ing to give all the particulars of tha first
smash up that occurs on the road if the paper
falls into the relentless maw of a feberifTs sale
on the following week. New York World.
The On He Forgot.
"John, I would like to invite my friend,
ili-s. Smalloy this evening. Will you be able
to Loin?" -'No, my dear, I must attend
meeting of t'.. j Knights of Honor to-cight.n
"Well, to-moi-rovt' evening?" "I have the
Anci-iit Onicr vf Uuittd Workmen, and you
knoA" "What ubo-at Wedi.esdny even-
irg?" "Oh. tho O id '. Vllovs meet that night,
and on Thui-sd.-ty I have a meeting of the
P!:Gsrti Fri.-ii.'ls to fltt,-:r.d: on FHJ.-,v the.
oval Tviunlars: on Saturday there is a
special tuevtin cf Va ilasonic lotlso, and I
couldn't :nL3 that; and then Sunday let me '
set what is there ou Sunday ni-ibt, my
dear:"' "The Grand and Ancient Order of i
Jiui-rian Fellowship.-' "Why, I had ferret- j
ten, aia I member cf that lot ixo see
"Eut you have forgot te-t
John." "V; hat's thatf
: cucther society,
The Millionaire uml tlie lrairtp.
The millionaire ai.d the tramp form the
two estr. .Dies of American society, but ia ona
tc5xct tit- y have a common quality they
a; e for the most part homeless. The-horn e
isi tram).', because of his dire poverty, va;a
bondie.s t- tiny place that will give him tem
porary food and fcheher. Th homeless rich,
beoauso of uhat Matthew Arnold calls
bccitly prosperity,"' "close their houses" by
the seaside, in the mountains and in tho cities,
and wander tbe world over In quest of
pleasure. Both cla-ses are itinerants, and
t-th surfer loss because tLey are not rooted in
homes. ahi h "never so humble." or never s.j
There ore a go.-l many ministers, who, if
;hev -were, to ltar in mind that remark of
Drown if3a mighty big thing for a
Qn to do all he can," would presently find a
notable increase 111 their congregations and in
'.heir pjwer f"i ood over them. Chicago
T THE FOL'K m OF JULV BALL. A BUCK j
tbr -oorncrL-ii .i.iwl. Ttie tinder will j
confer fror by leavlnpt the !tme at this ofiio?. ;
Life Assurance Society
OF THE UNITED STATES.
Death claim? paid in lS?'tj..
Assets, January 1, 1T
Liabilities, 4 ver cent tia-ds
. . luu per cent
. 59,154,507 Cx)
I Surplus, 4 per cent basis
t75 7t; !
The surplus is based on the conservative
assumption that onlv 4 per cent interest
will be realized un investments.
Assuming that 4, per cent will be real-
rzed. it amounts to "t-'U.4'J5.1.o b.
The sL'KPLL's. on everv basi of
valuation. IS LARGER THAN THAT OF
ANY OTHER COMPANY IN THE
: New assurance in lsst $111, 540.203 00 j
! r.aruer than that of any other comrauT. i
j Outstanding assurance 411,779.018 W
Larger tfcan that of fciiy other company.
! Paid policy holders in 13S6.. S,3ot-,607 90 j
Paid policy holders since or- j
Kanizatior. u-d.oi. -o
Total income 19,873,733 19
x'remium income 16.272, 154 b
Larger tlian tnat of any other company.
IMPROVEMENT DURING THE YEAR.
Inrrtase of rem. income t2,S10,475 40
lnv.rase of surplus, 4 percent basis. a.itftt'tJ
Increase of asse.s S,y5T,(j UC
Policies issued on all the plans, with all the
KUarautees and concessions. For full particu
lars apply to
ALEX. J. CARTWIUGHT,
632 uiavl2 'S3 No. 3 KaAhuniatiu street.
FOR RENT, LEASES SALE
rilUE WAIKIKI RESIDENCE OF MR. FRED H.
A Uayseldeo, situated at Kaplolani Pai k, be
tween the residences of Hon. W.O.Irwin and
Mr Frank Brown, is offered tor rent, lease or
ale. Also the premises adjoining tbe Hawaiian
Ure:a House, Palace Square. For te.ins apply to
the undersigned. I Ktl) II. H AYSELDOT.
f'.y virtue of a writ of execution i8tiel out of
the Supreme Court on the ISth day of June, A.
V. 1887. against B. Kalillinoku, defendant, in favor
of A. J. Cartwright, trustee of the estate of It. AV.
Holt, deceased, plaintiff, for the sum of 1398 o5,
I have levied upon and shall expose for sale at
the frout entrance of Kalakaua Hale, in Hono
lulu, island of Oahu, at 12 o'clock m.on
Monday, August 8, A.D. 1887
To the highest bidder, all the ri?ht, title and in- ;
tereat of the said B. Kaliliiuoku, defendant, in
and to the followiug property, unless said judg-
ment, interest, costs, and my expenses be pre
Liat of property for sale;
Land at Keanae, liana, Maui, R. P. 3,207 L. C.
A. 4,857, to Ghiki; area 1 5i-100 acres.
Land at Pahou, Kooluu, Maul, R. P. 3,215, to
KaliUmoku; area, 13 7-100 acres.
Land at Honokohau, Kapauku, Maui, R. P.
4,615, L. C. A. 5,927,to Kapoi; area, 60-100 acre.
Right, title and interest of B. Kalilimoku in j
a certain piece of land at Walanee and Pahou,
Keanae, liana. Maul, described in lease recorded :
Lib. 45, fol. 481; area, ll)7 acres.
B. Kalilimoku with Kulili i wl of Kulihi, Oahu, j
made a mortgage to Honuakaha of Honolulu, i
dated Nov. 13. 1683, recorded Lib. 86, folio 14S-9; j
B. Kalilimoku mortgaging the above described j
laudi, and Kalili (w) the following lands to wit;
1. Apana 1, R. P. 1,495, L. C. A.. 1,233, to Hoe
nui, Kalihi, Oahu; area 4.lo chains.
2. Apana 3. R. P. 1,495, L. C. A. 1,238 to Hoe
nui, Kalihi, Oahu; area, 25 100 acre.
Terms cash. Deeds at expense of purchasers.
JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU,
Honolulu, June 21, 1887.
The above sale ls postponed until August 8th,
at 1- o'clock noon, by order of the Marshal.
STEAM BOOK AND JOB
Is prepared to do all kinds ot
Commercial & Legal Work
Having: just Receive ! .1
suplcfe sriu New
lob Types and Ornamciits
)f thfl Latest Stvieri, from the most Cele
brated rouodriert of the CTuited tititteg,
and emvioyintr only Experienced
and I'asty Vror:r'l'l. we sie
prepared to ti.ru ont ;
.:' tI t.U.
Co it I r( it,
;Ia H.val;n 1 Kcsllflu
JiarrlHje C'erUUrn tnt.
And in fact everything which a Grsf wlaf
orTice can do.
Commercial Advertiser I
D ITU NO MY ABSENCE FROM THE KINO
oom Mrs. Mellis will tiave full charje of
j my business, and her receip. will be sutncietjt.
i 707 aug jtf N.S SAC IIS.
BOATS FOK SALE!
i Three Whale Boats,
j One decked Whale Boat 30 feet lonr, 3 feet deep,
j 8 tvl1- r ,
wo Meet ur Boa s.
One deckeJ Plunder. 16 feet 'ong, 6 feet 6 inch
wide, - fett 6 inches de-p,ithiiiai;t and rails.
One 2--feet Sailing Scow, decked, with Dust and
One IJ-tcti Lighter, decked.
K. It. BYAV
lOjelfjtf Boat Builder and Oeneral Jobber
, T BAS,
s. 11. BROWS
T. J. BASS & CO.
Iiuporiers oi and iealtrs iu
Artists' - Materials,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Varutshri. Turpt'ntl tin.
Manufacturers of Mouldings, Picture
Ftames, etc., etc , utc.
If hiiU 16 IMi Ntret uer Market,
SAS FRANCISCO, CAL.
CAROL AN & CO.
II A R D W A R E ,
Iron, Steel, Pipe, M114 atvd Micicg Supplies.
Ill to 113 California .St , Shu I'i aia icu.
4-l .illkl l
! AustnUIan Jial. iJervice. !
FOR SAN FKANCISCO.J
Tho uow attit fuf At t' staiHShJp
A LAM ETJA,
OX Hi OceanK Steumsliifi 'oinpiiny. 111 be due
at IIotiluiu fn.ni sviii.py Aui-k-lana
AUGUST m, 1887,
u4 will ;eave for the ab-v port wuh mall and
IXtfueiige i s t-a or about tliiit l.iie.
For fieiht or f!iHue, la 1'PK.RIOR
ACll JIODA l lON.N.ai'Hy to
Win. (J. Irwin iV Co.,
A OK NTS.
For Sydney and Auckland.
'I'he new and fine Al stel steamship
Ol the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be
due at Honoiulu ti..m San Franrisco
or or .ibotit
August 5, 1887.
And will have prompt fli.ipHton with malls and
passengers for the soove ports.
For fieikrbt or p:i-irte, bavins HCI'KRIOR AC
COMMODATIONS, apply to
;Wni. G. Irwin & Co.,
Win. G. Irwin & Co
OFFER FOK SALE:
And 30-poand Boxea.
In HaJf Uarreis
And 25 -pound Boxes,
In 30-pound Boxes.
GOLDEN C. COFFEE
In Half Barrels
Blue Alottled Soap
Cases Corned Beef.
j j (y
iVKi. and l.rURlCATIN'C.
L-I M K 5 C KM KNrI
Root 11 tf,
R I Da I XCi
SCKKWS mu WASHERS.
Sutra r ra:s 2 x :5r.
HiUila anJ Ur!, r:tu-inu Tvine, 'Wjale I.lne
Heed's Felt Steam Pipe
and I?oiler Covovinjr.
ri'N t (!'i:tr.bip f r
R F. EHLEES & CO.
Have jusd opened a new conpignment of
LSTETT and SEASONABLE GOODS.
JfXT Inspect ion Invited.
If yo i want u fine CIGAR, try some
HOLLTSTER & CO.S,
109 Fort Street,
FT. H:. Ate In tyre So Bro.,
JIM PORTF.UH ANl UKAlfcHS IX
Qrocpi'ies, Xro visions and Feed.
KAsr lUHNKlt FXHT AND K 1 Nil STKKKTS.
'i-J by every pacttei froni lbe Ktern Suvom and Kurupe. r'reitli ('lif..rul
tmer. All orders fsnthfully aH. u.k-.l to, and fioods delivered to nuy pari of tti
U!anJ orders solicited. Hstlsfartloii tciiarautced. PuMtottlre Box No. Hi
New 'o4ii i . .
Produce by everj -lty
free of clittr-t
Telephone No. V:
1S7G. GEO. W. LINCOLN. 1SS6.
75 and 77 Ivinp- Street,
Hell Telephone No. 275.
Only House making a specialty of Fine Groceries and Table Pelieaoien.
H EHRMANN J. SADLER,
OTKUA MA IT. (
IMPORTERS FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Gordon & Dilworth's fine Preserved Fruits and Jellies In irlass; Richardson k Rolibins Canned,
Polted or Deviled Meats, Curried Oysters, Fowl, Plum Pudding; Thos. .1. Meyer k Co.'s tytrs.
Vegetables, etc.; II. O. Wilbur k Sons' Chocolate, Cocoatheta, etc.; K.J Lsrrabee's fine Crackers
and IliMCuits; WiWon & Cans Co., Crystal Soda Wafers; Franco-American French Soup, iu la
and tins; Windsor Manor Pickles; Shrewsbury Tomato Ketchup; Mac L'rquarht's only ie!iuine
imported Worcestershire Sauce; Dandicolle Gaudtn's French Mushroom. V.,pctablrH, vc , in
tlass: J. Mottet Cie., prizs medal pure Olive Oil; Gillbcrt k TexHler'n French Mnrraronf, Ver
micelli and Pates; Adams' pure Maple Syrup; Mattom's OienHhuhler ( KarlNt.ad ) F.ni)ir Ms of Tahl
Waters: A. B. Cleveland Co. (Limited) new prove Split Peas; Merntt'H HnsHet Cider; Robert
Norton's Pineapple Cheese; Julius J. Wood Sturch Co.; Vosemite Fruit ParktnuCo.. S.m Francisco,
1887. Fourth Year of Publication. 1887.
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