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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, AUGUST ir, 1887.
HY AUTHORITY. j sufjar, 2t'.o Lags raddy, l'l has rice, HI LiJe aud i 4 Lor.-trs. I lit-reiiy r.-.ii.st U.iit all pfrsons having rl liinH :ij4:tui!-t li i M.jity ami thcUoyal Hoiise Lcl l will j lt-.i-e forward tl.em as soyn as possi l!f tu the (iflire of His M.i jetty's Cliaiiil.t-rluili, at l il.mi I'll.i. c. , t'l'KTIS P. IAI'KKA, II. M s Chaiu).er!:ii n. l.iui l'afurt', Aiitfint 1, )fH7. 7;;i ingr;i IX larliiifiit ot E'iiutiice. All .frsiiin t;ii;i i-lniiu against the Ha wr.uuii (iovvrmui : t aic ri-iittfPtftt to semi them in with uh little ilel.iy as jx.-sil.le, to the dVpart inrtitM rrs hie for tlieir liijuidatiou. W. I.. (H'.KEN, Minister of i'iiiancr. Honolulu. .In'y 12, 187. Vii'.ijylxif TORT OF HONOLULU, II. 1. A It It I V A .M. S.rcr.DAY, Aug. 1:5. Stmr I. ikelike, D;ivi-.-i, from Maul Stmr l.ttiiui, Clark, from Mo'okai Steamer J A C'uiinni us. N'ei lsen. f rosu Waiuta n ilo, Dalai Si N DA Y, Any. 1 . II 15 M S fotKinest, C'.as 1, ()ley, from Matil Mid Hawaii "-tirir Ki n in, I.ireiieu. from Mai and Hawaii siiar James Mikee, M i. aiUay, from Kajaa Kauai Mi hr Sarah and Eliza, from Koolail Si hr Mille Morris, from Koolau nr.awuri ni-.s. S. rcuD.iv, Any. 1:1. Am hrytne Win G Irwin, I V. McC'ulloc-h, for Sa'i Ffanoisro at 12 noon. Si-!ir Kailikeaoiili, for Kauai lrii(li I. cit i I it if I-(HJ'. Stmr I.ikelike. Iuvits. for MAi aud Hawaii, at 4 p in Stmr Waiah ale, C'hauey, for Haualeiaud Kila liea at 5 l iu Stmr Lehua, Clarke, for Kauuakakai, Laaai aud way ports Sfmr J A Cumniiin, Neilsou, for Wairuanalo, Oahii Stmr Ewa. for Ewa Sehr Moi Wahine, for l-aniakiw Sc-hr Cateri na for Haiialel Sehr Mary, for Kan ti ' Sohr Haleakala, for Pepeeke,), Hawaii csseli in fr( from lorel;rai rorf. Haw hark Kalakaui, (' H Henderson, from Val paraiso L S S Adams, I.euix Kempff, from Acapiilco, via Hilo, Hawaii HUMS Comine.it, Cha.i L Oxley, from Vic toria. 15 c Am hKtne S N Castle, IT W Huhhard. from San 1 rulici.co Haw t.k Lilian, J 15 Holland, from Hongkong Am tern WS Jiowne, Wu l'luhm, from Eure ka, t'al esi'is f.x peeteti from lorecn iori. Haw mhr (M-neral Sier;el, Sanders, from Eiench Frits. it Shoals, due Nov 20-U0 Am hark St Lucie, .sailetl from New York March 2f, due Septemhrr ;"-:(u tier hk Peter (ioildel coy, , sailed from Liverpool May :5id, due S--pt 1-25. I5r;t iiark Hirmali, from G lusgow, due October 1S-:51 Brit hk Velocity, from Hongkong, due Julv Am hktue lerria S Thompson, C Potter, from San I raucisco, due at Kahttlui July li'.-:il Am bktne S CI Wilder, H A Paul, from Sau Frani-co. due .Inly 2u-:-l I S S Vandalia ttta;sl.ipi, from Chile trench friyate Dncrex, from Chile t rench f riate Elorie, from Chile Am ok Edward May, Johnson, sailed from Hostou June a "id, due Nov l-2" The schooner Mol Wahine sails to-day for Ha- , makua, Hawaii. Mr. C Kihhliiiy acted as Purser of the steamer ! Likelike last trip, while Purser (. W. Smith j went to Kauai hy the Mikahala for a vacation. j The utearuer Waialeale was lowered from the j Marine Kail way Saturday. The hark Lilian was berthed at Krewer'a wharf last Saturday, aud will leave to-morrow for Samoa. II H M S Conquest, Captain C. L. Oxley, nnivnl August 14th from windward ports. The steamer Likelike brought 3 r. bags snar from Maui August 15th. The tern W. S. I5owne will be moved to the Kiuau wharf this morniu? to take in suyar. She Is expected to leave for Sxn Francisco about the 2:Jd instant. The steamer Kinau will he hauled on the Ma rine Hallway this afternoon to be cleaned aud repainted, aud will remain there .several days. The American brigantine W. (i. Ii ... i, Captain J. E. McCulloch, sailed August i:t!j for -an Francisco with 10 passengers and l,f-2 bags suar, 2,2:52 bags rice, I'D barrels whisky, 2'J bar rels molasseb aud 'J'J packages miscellaneous merchandise. The cargo was valued at 757 S.5. The barkeutine S. N'. Castle .-ail.-! to-nioi r w for Sin Francisco with about Il.lKHt bags .si gn and 4,cu() bags rice. The steamer J. A. Cummins broug'it 5(K) l ags paddy and 50 bav-s Tice from Kaueohe, and 3o'i bag sugar from Waiuianalo, August 1 d!i. She leaves again this morning. lhe steamer Lehua brought J't slieep and sun dry packages from Molokai August 13th. She leaves again this afternoon for the followi ug ports: Kaunakakai, Kamaloo, Pukoo, Halawa Pelekunu, Kalaupapa, Molokai: Lanai; aud La- haina :iud Olowalu, Maui. The steamer Likelike, Captain M. Davies, flails at 4 o'clock this afternoon for the follow ing pdaces on Maui aud Hiwaii, takiug the place of the steamer Kiuau: Lahaina, Kahu- lui, Iluelo. Keaiiae, Uana, Hamoa, Kipalmlu and M.ikeua, Maui: Mahukona, Kawaihae, Laurahoe hoe aud Hilo, Hawaii. She will arrive her next Sunday morning. The" fcteamer Kilauea llou brought :5,425 hags sugar from Hamakua, Hawaii, August 12th. Leaves again this afternoon for Paauhau; Ko holalele, Kukaiau, Ookola, Hakalau and Ouomea. The steamer Kinau arrived yesterday from Maui and Hawaii with 3,510 bags sugar, CO sheep, tK5 hides, 120 packages sundries and CO bag a po tatoes. Pursers G. C. Kecklev and G. W. Smith will go on the steamer Likelike this afternoon. LOCAL AND UENEKAL 11. A. MiKtif. Jr.. d Kilauea. i- ii; i t j SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTES. M. A. (jonsalves t Co., irey Block, Hotfl street, will ciien with an entirely new stork .September 1st. r.artfams can now be obtained at the Popular Millinery House during the ab sence of the proprietor, Mr. X. Sr. Saehw. Hats, trimmed and tintrimmed, at lialf price, at achs' store, in order to snake room for the new stock. Am ship Matilda, Merriman, from Hongkong, due July 12-H 1 he most wonderful values in ladies and mis-sen' trimmed and untrimmed hats ever V SS Juniata, from China, due Julv 8-20 11 h M's S Wild Swan, Jno S Halifax, from N America, due Aug 1-20 Chilean corvette Esmeralda, from South A merica Am brgtne Consuelo, E B Cousi us, from Port Townseiid, due Aug 1 Ci-:'l Am bark Sonoma, T II (irirli'hs, from Port Towusetid, W T, due Aug 2u-:51 Haw i-chr Waimalu, Brownell, from Laisou Island, t'ue Aug 12-20 Haw S S Australia, 1IC Houdlette, from San Francisco, due August 2:5 N'or hk Professor Johnson, due at Hilo, Ha waii, August 12-20 brit hk Mln, from Liverpool, due Fecemher 1 10 Am bk Sarah S Pddgway, from Newcastle, NSW, due August 10-25 Am bktne Planter, W H Perrimau, from San Francisco, due August 15-25 Am bj?tne John f Spreckels, C S Friis, fron Sau Francisco, due August 20-vd Am bk Ceylou, R Calhouu, from San Francis co, via Port lownsend, due August 13-25 Am hktne Amelia, W Newhall, from Fort Town send, due August 15-111 Am bk C Whituiore, T Thompson, from Port Townseud, due August 15 :51 Am bktne Ella, E C Kust.froin San Francisco, due August 20-151 Am bk Caibarien, G A Terkins, from San Fran cisco, due August 25-M1 Haw schr Jennie Walker, li Andersou, from Fauning's Island, due September 1-20 Suppused to he lost. iAsK;i;its. AHH1VALS. From Kahnlui and way ports, per stmr Like like, August 13-.M J McLean, Mrs S Chapman, Miss tieorgiana A Williams, Master W Chapman, .Mr A pa, J tl Simeoua, J MJiyhew, ClSaldwiu, Hon W 1) Alexander, A'loi, T Aiu, Rev AO Forbes, Mrs M J Forbes, Miss Hattie G Forbes, Wm J lories. Miss Annie J Forties, Miss ?daria Forbes, J it Carter, Jr. Miss P A Carter, Miss Airnes J tldd, A l.iios and wife, Mrs liinton, Miss Kenton, Mrs F M Simpson, H Harrison, S G Wilder. Jr. From Molokai and Maui, per sMnr Lehua. August 1:1 J C Cooke. J McColgau, and Mrs (.'aid Clark add child. From a circuit of Kami, per stmr Mikahala, August 11 U A Macrie, Jr. V J Smith, G W Sin th, S Macauley, Mrs Florence Nicoll, Hon H A Wideminn and wife, J I Freeth, J i' Searle, wife and family. K Mossm in, wife and family, C.I Parsons, C Ap )i, Julian Monsarrit, E Mau ray, 1 L Af it, M.s L Lyman, Capt J Cameron, C Michiels, s K Mahoe, i Aio, J M Poepoe, 5 Chi nese and 50 deck passengers. r'lOiu Maui aud Hawaii, per stmr Kinau, August 14 Hon Wm G Irwi u, lien tlollidav, G P Wilder, I H Vida, C T Wilder, W Hseal, C F Pet-'rson, Theo P Severin, Misi A Walker, Miss M Walker, Miss H L Kimball, Mrs W C Wilder, Mrs C M Walton, Mrs S Now lei n, Kev H F E Wh.illey, Kev J Waiamaii, J Cooley and wife, C A J li iiiuing, Kimo, W Akui, Kum Sun and ll'J deck passengers. IiKPARTfRES. For San FrarcisCo, pr lirtne W G Irwin, August 1) Mrs A Jeuks and liild.S G tionlan, lather KletU, Mrs Cavanugh and three children, Mrs J K Marsh, P Mcluerny, Harry Shaw, lleorgd and Henry Cooper, J J KeV-ey, aud Mr an irs J uliu.- Smitii. o He red in Honolulu are at F'ishel's leading Millinery House. During my absence the entire stork will be offered at reduced prices in order to make room for the new stock. N. S. Sachs. Come to-morrow and hrinjr your friends to see the mammoth bargains in ladies' hats, from 50e up, at t.'has. .1. Fishel's lead ing Millinery House. CHIT ON CO., Importer iiml elfr in 4lilnes ami Jnnnee ooils. IvI Xiiiiriiii 1 lave constantly on Iiand Silk, Satin, CrajH, (irass Cloth, Embroidered and lleinstitclieil Silk and Grass-cloth Hand kerchiefs, Silk and Crape Shawls and Scarfs. A tzreat variety of Japanese anil Chi nese Tea Sets, Vases, liron.o and Lac quered Wares. Ivory, Sandalwood and Tortoiseshell Card Cases, Paper Cutters, Tans and Jewelry Cases. Gold and Silver Jewelry, setting with tiger claws, cat-eyes and amber, Mich as Scarf Tins, Earrings, liracelts, Neck laces, etc. An assortment of Chinese and Japan ese nick-nacks and curiosities too num erous to specify. Chinese Matting a specialty. Also, just received, ex Hawaiian bai'k ''Lilian," a large invoice of Ebony and Marble Furniture in sets. Tabic, Chairs and Settees. A full assortment of Flower l'ots. Arti ficial Flower Baskets, Lacquered and r.amboo Goods, etc. The public is respectfully invited to inspect our goods. "tiS febl? Mr town. Hon. ':n. i. Irwin returned t Uvn by the Kinau. There was considerable fa-t riding in town yesterday. H. 15. M. S. t'ouquet returned to Hono lulu early Sunday morning. When the Likelike left Kahului there were no vessels in the harbor. The Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping class meets at 7 o'clock this evening. A number of the sailors from the T. S. S. Adams were ashore yesterday. The Kev. H. F. K. Whalley returned from Kohala yesterday by the Kinau. We regret to say that Mr. John Iliown is lying quite seriously ill at the u en's Hospital. The steamer W. !. Hall sails at 10 o'clock to-morrow uiornin g for Maui and Hawaii. The members of Engine Company No. 2 had a tire drill on Emma street Satuiday afternoon. The steamer Mikahala returned ye.-ter-day from the excursion trip around the island of Kauai. The attendance at the churches yester day was somewhat thinned, owing to ihe verv hot weather. The Likelike leaves at t o'clock this afternoon on the Kinau's route. The i;.t- ter will tin on the Marine Railway The barkentine Planter should be aloi g .sometime this week from San Francisco with two or three days' later news. There is oiute a demand for copies of the "Honolulu Almanac and Directory" con taining the Old and New Constitutions. His Majesty the King, accompanied by Col. C. V. Iaukea, Chamberlain, paid a visit. to the V. S. S. Adams on Saturday afternoon. A Chinaman named Ah Foo was arrested yesterday on a. warrant, and stands charged with assault with a pistol on Ah Sing. A cricket match was to have been played on Saturday afternoon between married ami single men, but only eleven players turning up it was abandoned. The brigantine Wm. G. Irwin sailed on Saturday for San Francisco. She took between rive and six hundred letters and a paper mail from the Post Office. The sermons at St. Andrew's Cathedral yesterday touched upon the centenary of the consecration of the first Colonial Bishop of the Anglican Church. X Last Saturdav Mr. Lewis J. Levev sold the Kapena homestead on Nuuanu Avenue .o Mr. J. T. Waterhouse for $3,750. The lease of five pieces of land situate at Ewa twas not sold. The sale was well attended. i On account of all the public halls being engaged for Tuesday evening, the meeting for nominating delegates from the Fifth Ward to the Central Convention will be held at the Lyceum this- evening at 7:30 o'clock. i The sale of Goo Kim's goods on Satur day by E. P. Adams &. Co., at the store, Piko L'.locl Nuuanu street, was well at tended and a success. It will be continued Tuesday at 7 o'cloc k p.m. at the same place, and bargains may be looked for. Mr. J.J Williams is getting to be as good a rifle shot as he is photographer. On Friday he beat Mr. Nicoll for the second time at 2oO. 40"i and 500 yards, ten rounds each. It was a close shave though, the score standing : Williams, llfi; Nicoll, 115. The "Bulletin" says that last Tuesday morning at 2:30 o'clock, people on Molo kai and at Lahaina saw a very large meteor. The meteor, which appeared about the size of one of the electric lights, shot from the heavens toward the island of Molokai. While the people were trazing in amaze ment (the descent occupied about five seconds) the phenomenon disappeared. The Eahnoral machine of thr p. reseat cTp-y is but the outgrowth of the little hosiery knitter. Its manufacture fol lowed iu the wake of the demand for striped hosiery, for, in order to mr.ke the Latter, such improvements had to be made in the ordinary hosiery knitter that the idea thus developed was speedily followed up, and the result is seen in the perfect Balmoral that is now turning out hun dreds of thousands of yards of jersey, boucle, bourette and other elastic cloths. Boston Budget. -AM mis men is. NOTICE. 'Uicrti..scmcnt.s. J it ROYAL 3t J . (my) illi Absolute!" Pure. . Thispowdcr never van -. Ar.ian'el of purity, etrensrth ant vhoiesoaa-m-s?. More c-onomicaj thanthoordhiaiy kiiwl.;. an 1 e:!iot , IkibcU in com pctitio i v.ith tiic i::i.:lt:,tinlc of lo v'tost, short weight, alum or rhsp!)iito'1i.jvili rs. SjudoklyQJ CANS. IwOVAL. BAKlXi l'OWDlt, Co.. IWJ Vali-gW V V WM. T. COLEMAXJAJ fO .lf Asent, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 9d wtt TARDUS CElElfAIU in fEMEOV Mr. F. II. IIny4elleii t'ae. On Saturday morning Mr, F. II. Haysehlen, though still ipiite ill, at tended at the Police Court to answer to the charge brought against him by the Attorney (ieneral. The charge was read by His Honor and -Mr. Hayselden pleaded not guilty. The first witness calleil was Colonel Iaukea, who was Secretary of the Foreign Office at the time of the Coronation. lie was exam ined at length by the Attorney General with regard to vouchers anil other mat ters eitaining to the Coronation. After the cross-examination had proceeded a short time the Court adjourned to Mon day at 1 o'clock. Messrs. Paul Neu mann, F. M. Hatch and W. A. Whiting apeared for defendant. DR. PARDEE'S (The Only EelUbU Blood Purifier.) A SmCIFICFOR 3crofuIa, Salt Rheum, Neuralgia, Ring Worm And all other Skin and Blood Diseases. IT REOUXATES THE LIVER AND KIDNEYS. ;ufei Intimation and all dlaeasea arising fron. an enfeebled condition of the ayetem. Dr. Martixe, of London, the cell ' crated specialist, savss of PARDEE'.' REMEDY : " I have used it for twent years for Blood Diseases, such a Vrofula, Salt Kheum, Teter and Cancer and I cannot recommend it too highly.' The Ukv. Dr. Thomas, ot Hong Koii; i.ina, says: PARDEE'S REMEDY is a wonderful medicine for the Blood I have prescribed it hundreds of time, for Leprosy, and Avhen given in time it always cured the patient. I cai au-l v say that Leprosy will never breal nt on persons who take Paudki:'; .h'vniv regularly, and I advise all per on?, i',',ing in countries w here Leprosx is prevalent to take Pardee's Remedy i a preventive." ro:: sale by all obuccists in Honolulu. eesldecldw NOTICE I KXI'OKIS. K.t San l'rrici.si-o, ifr hr'tne W ci Irv In, A u u-t i;i K lluux I'll u n iu, i'm r en; hMj! Vm .t Co , m-'-o ilo: M 1'Liillij's x Co, do; mhi; 'iiDiij? .v Co, l.cS'J do and a'.5 s. ar, llj.iiiiiu i'-r is. l.tj-") l..s su-.ir and -Ji: .aM .ce; I "i '.t ih'iUKH, 2.- i-m hiiar; W ii lri Co, .iu ds mi.!,i-r. mi nd i ii-s, T5 emt'ty r ifU, lVi l,arr-l wtiisky :m 1 v'U'k.itfes l r-cli.i!nll-ir. K'j!t'l'U vjluc, Js'lU.ya.i; duiue. tic value, sf, 4 s i. Mlli'l'IMi O S kis. Irwunnl. Ani'jng the passengers leaving by the barkentine S. N. Catle for San Fran cisco to-morrow will be the Kev. H. F. E. WhalUy, wife and child. Mr. Whalley arrived in the Islands about five years a:o from St. Augustine's Col lege, Canterbury, and at once assumed the duties of head master at lolani Col- - j lege. He was not there long, for there ' was more imjiortant work for him to do. This was at Kohala, Hawaii, where an English church had been started. Mr. Tli? schooner K.v.ircia hroulit lit.ag- va ldj, O.Wk ..... J aM 'Ql t. 'li tT lirt'.-TM fr.ltlt K.tlj " . , , , I Whallev was appointed rector, and dur TLe steamer C. It. Hl-bip l.rniiht i.t.t, l.nys ! . , . .. ... il.-v frctii Koolau ajid Wainlu:i Au'ist ll-tli. The hai kentlCH S. N. Ca-tlH tH'flvnl a' out 5,UA Ijs susr list S.ttnrdiy from coanllnj "tearjit rs. The htearm-r W. o. II,ill -"ills to-morrow uiorn int; for !a'ii and Hiwau. Tie sU-ainiT Wulm inalo hivuht T.r l.a.H taro, J5 packaiiPM ciindi i'-s aud ten i.ansi- n (Jtrs from Wai.tlua aud Waiauae. The tstfaTi.er lwhiil will l-aK to-iuorrow nftfrnoou for Hamikui, Uawail. I'he at.umer Mikab al arrived yc-Mrrday from a circuit of th isUud of Kuai with 7J haijs S IIERKHY (ilVKN THAT TJ1K I.KAHE OF A piece of land of Kaiumkolo, Honolulu, de scribed iu Royal 1'atent No. 7,4!H, com menci from the mauka side corui-r of Kikauliki street and Kakipi's place, feet 5 inchet, heari 11 up on the side of Kaiiakanui and Alika's place 120 feet 5 inches; hearing east on a small lane to the place of James Love 18 feet, and 011 the west to the Kaulika street 13'J feet, with buildings thereon, was purchased by Chiug Hoy from Ahi, on account of Sain Sang & Co., on the 1st July, 11-87, arn' that Cbing Hoy aforesaid will not he responsible for any debts upon the said land or building's which may have been incurred prior to that date. 78laugl5 OTICJJ. LAWN TENNIS SET; COMPLETE CIHCKET SETS For Men and Children. 'I' lie New 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. liriiiginsr Waiter to Tiru. A traveler obtained a satisfactory break fast at a southern hotel in an ingenious j manner. Having called for different items on the bill of fare with the unfail- i ing result of hearing, "All gone, sah," j he fixed a stern look upon the colored ! waiter and exclaimed in deep tones: "Do j you know where you will go to when you j die?" The waiter trembled and did not ! Fire Anns aiiil Ammunition Of all kiuds. And complete stock of SPORTING MATERIAL At IJi'i AT MRS. risjvL'otf lt.M'K I'i-ic-s. THOS. LACK'S, 81 FORT STRFFT. Co-Partnorslii) Notice. D THING MY AHSFNCF FROM THE KINO- i lioiu Mrs. M.-llls w ill h.le lull chaise of; my bi.Miiess, and her receipt will be siiTMcient. : 7i7 aim:f N. s SACils. j . KW ( J GODS ! N EW G GODS ! v B. P. EHLEES & CO. BOATS FOli SALE!! '0 teet !.UiC, I! feet deep. Three Whale Hoats. One decked hale Boat feet w ide. Two '.'J-feet Surf P.oats. One lS-feet Surf lioat. One deckeil Plunder, 10 feet lou, 0 feet 1". inches wide, '- feet 'i I Lcht s deep, i 1 1 1: mast and sails One 2-'-feet Sailing S. ow. decked, w ith uiast aud i sans. ! One 12-tcn Lighter, decked. 1 i:. K. IS VAX. ) ilOjelt'.tf I5oat Iluilder and Oeiieral Jobl 1)9 Fovt Street, Have just ojened a new consignment of ISiiAV and SEA SONAIL Jtfiflnsjiection Invited. frt1 1 r. J. HASS s. H. UHOWK T. J. J5A8S & CO. Importers ot and nealeis in Vrtistts' - ALuterials. Faints, Oils, Glass, Varuisl.es, Turpentine. Manufacturers of Mviil lms, l ictuie I rames, etc., etc , etc. 11 niul IB i;lSi, Ntret near MmKet SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. (;;ilmavl Hi CAKOLAJN & CO. IMPORTERSJOF II A R D W A R , Iron, Steel, I'ipe, Mill and Mining Supplies. Ill to 113 ( alilornia St., Shu I'raucisco, 'tl auu'lo Australian Jlail Service. V. 1". t'OR SAN FRANCISCO. The nuiv and fine. Al .steel steamship " LAMEDA," Of th Oceanic Steamship Company, will be du Ht Honolulu from Sydney and A nek land on or about AUGUST 20, 1887. And will leave for the abvc port with mailn and passengers on or ubout that date. For freight or passage, ba inif SUPKRIOR (.:cO M M O I ) A 1 It) N S, up idy to Win. G. Irwin & Co., AOKNTS. For Sydney and Auckland. Th new and tine A I stel steamship "ZEALANDIA," Of the Oceanic St.-amship Company, will bn due at Honolulu from San Francisco 01 or about CU-.J. 1 w 1ftnr? OUpiUlUUlT Z, 100. And will have prompt ill.-ipatcn with tualla and passengers for the uhnve ports. For freight or pussaifH, having SUPERIOR AC COMMODATION, apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., OIGrAJElS. If yon want a fine CIGAR, try some of Straitoti & Storm's, which h ive iust arrived at HOLLISTEJi & C0.S, 109 lort Street. 7J II. E. Alclntyre & J3ro., IMI'ORTKRH AND DKALEKS IN Groceries, Provisions and Feed. KAST COKNER FORT AND KING STREETS. New (loihls received by every packet from the Kahtern Stales and Europe. Jrenh California Produce hy every steamer. A 11 or.ler faithfully intended to. and Hoods delivered to aoy part of the ity free of charge. Island orders solicited. Satisfaction ftuaranteed. Pontofttce Box No 14. I'elephoue No. 92 60pI7 1876. GEO. W. LINCOLN. IftftR BUILDER. 75 and 77 Kino- Street, Hell Telephone o. 275. 65 - - - I-Ionoliilu Mutual Ti-Ieiiliono Xu. 60. 24 SCENTS hi G. Irwin & Co OFFKIl FOL SALK: SUG-AKS DRY GRANULATED In Barrels, Half. Barrels, And 30-ponnd Boxes. CUBE In Half Barrels POWDERED And 25-pound Boxes In 30-pouud Boxes. GOLDKN C. CO EE EE '.n Half Barrels TEAS Bine Mottled Soap Cases Corned Beef. FLOUR Cs Medium Bread. O IT j s 1 1,'EL. and I.CBRK'ATIXCi. LIME a CEMENT iNOW EEADL 1887.! Fourlh Year of Publication. 1887J rrmi: Honolulu ALMANAC AM) DIEECTOEY! For the Year of Our Lord 1887, Containing an r FOR THE YEAR AN- Official and Business Directory of Honolulu KH1KTIIEK WITH IUIS IS TO CKl'Tl FY THAT THE I N'DErt- nntrh lirmi'rht out ft smokincr breakfast of i fl1 rM,l-0n n,l t-.r fnr.tnrf.enf n rrvn! rnwil ! Ineil are oc-part rer.- iu trarte, carrying . in his stay there built n the church very materially. About a year ao he wa appointed Principal ot the (iovern jnent School at Kohala. Of late his health lias not been :ooil an.l he is com pelled to take an entire change by order of his physician. Mr. Whalley will be It seems tlint he had reserved these deli cacies for hims.elf, but had been touched by superstition to produce them for the traveler. Chicago Times. The Statesnif n of Parliament! Mr. Crawford, the London correspond ent cf The New York World, saya the members of the house of commons are not h.s strong a looking set of men n? the members of our house of representatives. Of the house of lords he remarks: "I have criticised the United States senate for a number of years ns a correspondent at Washington, but after seeing the upper, house in Kngland I don't think I shall ever venture affain to say one word on bnsln ps on tLe Island of O.ihu, and that the ! rartcers are j ! YEE CHIN AND SHEAR LAM, ; Tbe former resl 11 ng at Honolulu, the latter in i Han Francisco, O.l-fornii: tl it the n.iture of the i business earned on N that of General Retell Prv linod Merchant", ai;d the firm name, WO j HlS'O & CO., and t' e pUce of hUMinesB on the : corner of lintel and Nuuanu street' : of Hoii.i'm'iu ! Dated HonolH'u, Atll?nxt P. l-s7. Galvanized Iron Uooliiig, RIDGING SCREWS and WASHKltS. Sugar Bags 22 x Full Statistical and General Information RELATING TO THE HAW'N ISLANDS, Grent pains and expense Lave been gone to by tho Publishers to make this Almanac and DiRBCTOur the most useful and 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 Court and Official Calendar carefully corrected to the latest moment. Articles of special value to. the Islands have oeen prepared by cx pert writers, which are well calculated to beget great interest in their condition aal prospect abroad. Send in your orders for copies early. COKDAGE. Manila and Slal, I'anana Twine, Wbalfi Line in the citr 7-laulG ! Waikiki Bath House! Reed's Felt Steam Pipe and Boiler Covering. LEW I fe CO., Ill Fort Mret. Importer mid Denlern In Staple and Fancy Groceries. much mUel at Kohala where he was i Kyin1 f nate or me tuitcu Mates. , , .... , , . ! it is a brxlv so superior in character and verv voi-uLir. Wo wish him and his ; aVJity and !witive force to the fossilized family a very pleasant voyage, and hoje house of lords that every American has that the change will entirely restore his I ts'"fl renon to be promlof it." New Or- health. loans Times-Dfiuoerat. MK. W, CROOKS HAVIVO TAKEN CHARGE of the Waikiki Cath Uoue, V.pc to Inform ! the rut, he that he will run tl.e plac" an a flrst- clas ImtMtiK resort. i MRS. CROOKS will atteii'l to th Iidy patron j of the v.lacf-, an t cvf n -ftort will ma-le to make It attractive. ' Tlri-JjTS grass si:i:ds, HILL T 1 31 RE ItS. A" TKNT, !n!wMe fir Injf Hii'l Hiirve "lnij pai ties 22 'J -:o:- FRESH GOODS By every pteamer from California, and always on hand, a full and complete line tf Provisions, Etc -. HDtc. 61 Satisfaction guaranteed. Telephone No. 2-10. P. 0. Box No. 29f,