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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL aDVEKTISEK, AUGUST Hi, 1887.
t i j t H THi DAILY Pacific ConiMcial Adv IS PUBLISHED Dlii:-.0; EVERY AJOKNING. TKRM OF SI RM jui'i Ktv. rvr annum , ti - iHtJt months ..... ry. ivr month ... 50c -Hiib.Tiitioji Inalle AIuhjhIii CommuntccUons from all part of the Kingdom will always be very acceptable. Persons residing In .ny part of the United States can remit the amount of subscription dje by PuM j Of3P.ce money order, j .natter inionnwi lor publication Ixi tk? K:!r!kl cntnmm should r ndlres'-.e-i to Editor Pa ctft foMKPRcrL aiivkrtjsfb.' Business -fmtu'in!ca'ons and udvprti:er.-,rjV aaouid g.l.lri'1 s!tn;Iv P. '. A !SFR, Am! i:Ot tn -.n :v 'ti;.CH. T Pacific CeiBiiiimil Advertise! In now for m!c lori vat ti e J ilew n t- Jiflcs ; J. H. SOPER - yf erchant str-?t A. M. HEWETT Merchant street T. . THRUM Fort street WM. STRAHLMANN Hawaiian Hotel Five Cent per Vny. TUESDAY August loth. FOUR DAYS LATER NEWS. THi Barken tine IMniiter. Kricix Dates to August , Inclusive. The barkentine Planter arrived yes terday, after a fine run of twelve days from San Francisco. She brings dates to August 2d. The following is a sum mary : liritiih Affair. A London dispatch of July 2Nth says : Gladstone addressed the London Liberal Radical Union this evening. He said that at the last election the Unionists had a majority ot onl 76,000 in the country, and that if the Liberals re claimed 150,000 votes their strength in Parliament, now in the minority, would ! become a majority. The recent election ) had already given the Liberals six or even seats, gains which indicated that the Liberals would triumph if Parlia ment were dissolved to-morrow. In re gard to the Unionist members, he was j sure that the electors who supported, or refrained from opting, them at the! last election, mistook their position. ! They believed Irish autonomy to be a ! . . . , ' . . . i questionanje oiiey, or even mischiev ous, but anyhow they expected that the Unionists would co-operate with the re mainder of the party in regard to Lib eral principals, and esjtocia'ly against coercion. He continued: "Far from dismembering the Empire, we intend to solidify it. Electors are rapidly and almost unanimously arriving t flu rirrVif iii.lirinnnt TIia . . . I ,.f , . . " . 1 . Ul i retaining me insn memoers in West-j minster is htill an ojK'n one, but it w ill j never be allowed to interfere with the j attainment of our object. When auton- j omy is gained, if Uh-ter desires sever- j ance from Ireland, the Literal party ! will not stand in the way. This outfit to le a conclusive answer to thoe who allege that the Liberals are indi-tosed to try the effect of reunion. The land bill, as amended, confers vital and im portant benefits on Ireland." In the House of Commons, August 1st Dillon expressed disappointment at the jorm in wmcn clause Zi ot the J-and bi:i : had been passed in committee. He said j that unless the bill was ereatly amended ; in the latter stages it would be the duty ! of the Nationalists to tell the Irish p-'O-; Jle that they r:oi-t iiut only to toe sys tem of co;:i:n:-tri.-n. tvi: ar 1 the Hp-.vi.- :.h'o !--.r th baciruptcy clause. Mi frv was not re- c Ihni'.aTiv'H of tha T. P. O'Connor said thone clauses had cru.imitted filicide. j Clause 22 was eliminated. The Par- j nellites have decided to adopt a passive ' policy after the passage of the Land bill, to allow a sjeedy close of the ses sion. A committee of the Federation League held a meeting in London July 3 )th. A resolution was adopted affirming the im portance of the British mail service be tween Vancouver and Hongkong. The resolution will Ikj submitted to the Gov ernment. I i Prince Louis of Battenburg has been 1 appointed to command the British iron- ! clad Dreadnaught over the heads of scores of seniors. It is exacted that the Radicals will criticise the appoint ment in Parliament. Murderer MitxHell. The father of Brooks, alias Maxwell, is making preparations to make an apjal for his son to Lieutenant Governor Morr house of Missouri. Brooks wants a sta. of execution, and believes that ins son would be sufficiently punished with im prisonment for life. Mr. Brooks is a Mason in high standing, und the State officers assert that he is bringing .Ma sonic iniluence to bear on the case. Pub lic opinion is so decided on the issue that if any clemency was extended it would call forth great indignation. AlKliHiilHtaii Affair. Advices from Candahar, received at Calcutta August 1st, state that the Ameer of Afghanistan has is5U-.:d a proclamation informing his subjects that the British Government is holding si inhiutry division, ea-:h consisting of nine rogimciits, wit Ii caa!rv and attil- i I-rv, in readme-:- ' j '-'.in to suppr?-;.:-; Ameer's enemies Mar i 'lit' i .-i ii.in- fi'Vf.i't i the in the interior. Hie j proclamation adds : "I can suppres s the Ghilzais without them, but tle-y will re I main rexdy in eae Russia takes al vant age of the rebellion to invade the coun try." The Ame r invites the rebel- to return to their homes and says he will only punish the chief. He also warn Great Dritain against i:-rmitting Ayoub Kahn to approach the frontier. The op lnents of the Ameer explain that in issuing the proclamation fie is playing hi? last trump card, as he tin. Is that the people value his alliance with England more than the Ameer himself. The in surgents in Afghanistan have blocked the roads between Candahar and India. A Salt Lake Properly Suit. Suit has been brought in the Tcrritcr- f ial Supreme Court, Salt Lake City, to ; July Jlst trom Kio ue Janeiro witn sev I escheat the Mormon Church property to i eral cases of yellow fever on board. ; 1 the United States fund of the Territory, Ar, provided in the Edmunds-Tucker bill I oi last winter. The value set on the ; ; property i? 2 ,000 ,000 real estate, and ; !4 1,00 0.000 personal property. Under! the United States laws no church in any I Territory is allowed to hoM more than ! $50,000 worth of property. Tiie appoint i ment of a Receiver is asked lor. to i , . n whom r. i i;pr-ons li.ivoitr anv Dropertv ! 1 ' of the churdi be .llrt-cted to turn over the same. The '.curing of the case is set loading petroleum at .uaaaor, -Morocco, for September 10th next. J'-y 30th, was destroyed by fire, and six The Bm:iisiidi. j persona lost their lives. The schooner-yacht Brunhiide, John j General Ferron, French Minister of J. Phelps Captain and owner, arrived in j War, is preparing a bill for the creation New York harbor July Jlst, two years of a military corps of mountaineers for and one month from New London, i frontier service. Conn., having circumnavigated the! The steamship Umbria, of the Cunard globe. She reached San Francisco on j Hne wa3 Ptruck by a tidai wave on her July 1, lsst;. The trip around the Horn j Ias.t trip to jfew York, and narrowly es has taken ever since, but it has been ex- ! (.aed destruction. tended by a great deal of. cruising. The; , -, , , , xrL,,,, ,n-r Sandwich Island? Eastern Wands, Society Island? an Joan Fernandez and Yalparaiso were visited on the ' Pacific side, and Montevideo, Rio Jan- i eiro and the We?t In dies after rounding into the South Atlantic. Tire at 4'in-iiiuati. Adispiteh in mi 'ineiunati, July 20th. . savs: Six acres of ground, covered by a couple of brick building and a number ; of frame sha- extending from the Cincinnati. ll.uu:u "n and Dayton rail road to the loot i the hill, and from Gest Mreet north on hth ides of State street, was burned over this afternoon. , The burned district was known as Slop- i town, and the tenement houses on it were mostly occupied by poor families. The fire burned so fiercely and rapidly j that none of the houehold goods rre saved, and even cows were cremated in j the various stables. The tire covered ! the most space ever swept by flames in Cincinnati. The loss amounts in all to j $100,000. Probably one hundred people i Hie honVless. ' Faninf in Tnrlicj". r.osroN, July 30th. The American I Board of Comruivsioiiers for Foreign : Missions received a cablegram from the j treasurer of the f amine relief fund at ! Constantinople, saying : "Fifty thousand people about Adena have nothing to eat. The number is increasing, and other : towns are as helpless." Adena is the center of the Cilician ; plain, ordinarily so fertile, but this year ' absolutely barren on account of drought A little over 4,000 has already been contributed in this country for the relief of the starving people, and further con tributions are greatly needed, and may oe torwarae'i to iangaon .. aru, Somerset street, Boston. Gifts can Dei sent by telegraph so that in three days they w ill buy bread. Miscellaneous. A dam burst on the mountain at Wllkesbane, Pa., August 1st, letting the ivfpr dnwn into thp villaiTfof Parsons I The whole town waa flooJeJ and the j people had to flee for their lives. Four bridges were washed awav and much other damage done. At Lauret the ! waters caught fifty loaded coal car's and j hashed them down the mountain side ! like kindling wood. The losses will! probahly reacli .f2J),000. An immense nii;rr.ition movement is proceeding in Central Ru-sia. Peasants and fanner are kroin in large numbers to Western Siberia, where free pasture i and arabie lands abound. The move- ment threatens to result in a serious ag- j ricultural crisis. It is reported the Gov- ! ernment is about to stop the migration, i the Italian Prime Minister, the other ' - - - j-. . ... , members of the Cabinet have tendered - tendpred i their resignations. Signor Crfspi, Min ister of the Interior in the Depretis Gov ernment, will ''orm a new Cabinet, which will be eomiosed of members of the present Ministry. A tire occurred at Pittsburg, July :11st. J by which the glass manufacturing firms i of S. MeKee Co. and Kinson Co. j sustained total losses of $150,000; insur- ance, t-,(hi. several nunareu men will be temporarily thrown out of em ployment. The P.rithh ship Star of Scotia, Cap tain Sutter, from San Francisco April 27th for Queenstown, has been wrecked oil" the Falkland Islands. The (irst otli cer and seven of the crew were drowned. General I'oiilanger telegraphed to his seconds on Augut 1st to insist ujoii Ferry making an immediate apology for his reference to the General in his speech at l'pinal, and, in the event of his iefu-al, t continue preparations for a duel. The town of Sassaw a in ialicia has been destroyed by lire. Fifteen corpses have been recovered from the ruins and twenty children are misiii''. The city of Pcshaw ur, in the north western part of India, in tle Punjab, is infested with cholera of the worst tvpe. Three hundred death fioni the disease occui red during .1 til v . TLrce young Russian Nihilists mur-. de-red General Nestora's widow at Yladi kakas, and stole 8X,000 ruble?. They ; were arrested while trying to escape to j Turkey. j It is stated that France, will juin the j ugar countries' conference on condition that the programme shall be previously formulated. The racing at Goodwood was continued July 29th. In the race for the Good wood stakes Carlton won, Beaver .second and Stanislaus third. The Cuban Government has abol ished the Cuban and Porto Kican export duties on sugar, spirits and honey. ! The Belgian Chamber of Deputies has rejected the proposal to extend the right of suffrage. Two vessels arrived at Philadelphia The Savannah river has overflowed its J banks, causing great damage to corn and I cotton crops, and partially submerging ! the city of Augusta. j ,,rmfrrirt has been made bv the! tj States Navv Department whereby f f itkv,- a branch manufactory for Hotchkis 1 rrtiria icill V.o acta Vli -lioil at WnaViincr- ! e ton. ti.., r u , t "vr.-.:. i.-. j il'tI,cul-u iuicx , . ' i syndicate is reported to have founded an American-Chinese bank at Shanghai, with a capital oi $200,000,000. An American syndicate proposes to ir- rigate and open up the Yaqui valley, in Mexico, to settlement. In reply to questions, Captain Scott, of the British Royal Navy, has explained the manner in which the fisheries regu- iutioo? iiie nuen'ieieo o me v. aii.uiuui authorities. Queen Victoria has taken an active ,., ii- i part in the negotiations looking to the- reorganization of Salisbury's Cabinet. , II. n. M. 9i. V11I .Swan, Early yesterday morning H. B. M. S. Wild Swan came to anchor in the har bor, 42 days from Coquimbo. She came under sail all the way and met with lijiht winds. The Wild Swan is an eight-gun boat, 2 six-inch and t five-inch breech-loading guns. She also carries 2 Nordenfeldt and 2 Gardner machine guns. The ves sel was commissioned January 22, 1883. She is 185 feet over all, .'52 feet beam and 17.'e feet draft, 1,130 tons burden and has engines of 1,000 horse-power. Her full speed is about 11 knots per hour. She has a complement of 131 men. While the vessel was at Coquimbo there was a premature explosion of a torpedo during practice, which blew off one of gunner David Stewart's arms and injured two other men, though not seriously. The gunner was left at Co quimbo in the hospital ship. The Wild Swan will stay in this port i about two weeks, and then proceed to Equimault. officers: Following is a list of her Commander John S. Halifax. Lieutenants Oliver A. Stokes, Alfred E. Tizard, Chas. W. Sutton. Navigating Lieutenant Evelyn 11. Le Marehant. Staff Surgeon Isaac H. Anderson. Paymaster Chas. J. Bolt. Chief Engineer John Moysey. Carpenter Wright Clit't. Fifth Ward Relorui riub. A meeting of the Fifth WTard Reform Club was held last evening at the Lyceum for the purpose of nominating delegates to the Central Convention. The room was crowded in ever.v ParL Messrs. J. H. Hare, R. S. crimgeour, N. Pyburn and W. C. King were appointed tellers. At 10:30 o'clock voting stood as follows: - Ashford 93, "W. F. Allen 92, A i P.rown 91, G. McLeod S9, M. D. Mo sarral T- tratemeyer , .McL and-; I,?ss ' ' L- AbIes Mchols bo,J. j II. Fisher S4, T. J. King S2, Dr. Tucker SI. S. P.. Dole 73. Dr. Gray 70, M. A. J Gonsalves 70, McLain 07, Marshal Co, f N. P. Emerson 05, M. Sanders 00, .1. F. Smith 50, R. Grieve 43, J. Sim- ! monson 41, Cayford 40, W. II. Hoogs 39, I G. H. Martin 39, Gilfillan 37, C. J. McCarthy 35, T. F. Lansing 33, C. Zeigler 25. II. Riemensehneider 25, : McDonald 24, Bishop 24, A. Robertson i The counting would not be completed ! until an earlv hour this morning. I.oeal Iiisiiraiiee 'ontaity. In another column it will be seen that subscription lists for stock and policies in the Hawaiian Mutual Fire and Marine Insurance Company are now open at Maior Guliek's business airency, Mer chant street. As yet no systematic can vassing has been attempted, but already there are eighteen subscribers for stock, and applications for $150,000 jn insur ance. Yesterday circulars were mailed to the leading men on the other islands. The Chinese translation of all the papers has been completed and will shortly be printed. This will show that no reason aide elTorl has been spared to get the scheme in working order without delay. Its success, it might almost he raid, is an established fact. SiprFm Court- or FOSE FFEPTON, J. MorA, August loth. In re Loo Chit Sam, alleged bankrupt. Petition of Hyman Bros., creditors, filed August 9th, for the adjudication of bankruptcy, for an order to the Marshal to take possession of alleged bankrupt's property, etc. At request of counsel, continued until the loth, as there is a probability of settlement of the matter out of Court. Paul Neumann for peti tioner ; no appearance of or for bank rupt. rolice onri. BEFORE POLICE JfSTICE DAYTON. Monday, August 15th. T,.Tjn,al, TIVp PohAiahi. Kahai. Ka- j puake'lii j, Frie(jenberg, Kaai and Simmon!, hj(l oacl to pHy K for drunk- i enness. Wm. Crewes forfeited bail of $15 for disorderly conduct. Sam Kauki, an old Reformatory School boy, was sent on the reef for six months for larceny of fowls. Henriques Gomez, charged with being a gross cheat was remanded to the 17th. Kalua, charged with selling spiiituous liquors without a license, was remanded j to the 1 7th. j Several other cases were continued. .fault of the I. on, Ion Dally. isonie days, when I fetl too bright and jheerful, i buy a Daily Telegraph. It h good a? a sort of mental ballast. I rarely ko so far as to read It, but I keep .t, as the Roman emjxjror kept the death suggesting slave, to remind me that after all this is a serious world. The other day I opened the immense sheet, and on the Sahara called the leader page there was only one head line. There were 500 squrre inches of solid reading matter, .a desert of type with that one solitary oasis of a heading to tell what part of it was ftbout. This is enough to stagger any man. It is quite contrary to everything else that I know of in the world. A chemist labels his bottles. The names of the streets are np at the corners, n Camden bus says it's a Camden 1ms, n book has its title page, a minister announces his text, and a lecturer gives the subjec t of his discourse. I don't j have to go into a train and ride a mile or two to find out whether it is going my iuection or not. l et a London daily with one or two exceptions asks you to wade into a long editorial In-fore you can tell whether or not it is of the slightest pos- aiVl1 intffrPKt to VOll T.nl- ilorn in , Jjtroit Free 1 ves. j The Yo,,,, Exaction. It was in the horsp car, that place in ; whfch the exi)Crieuces ;iie variel enough , ;0 make a man cos:iioroh"tan if he will ! study them. Two yiils v.x're talking of what they read. "Oh, I choose ; novel easily enough," Dne said. "I co to the circulating library and look at the la -t ehapters. If I find the rain softly and sa.!y dnpp?ng over ne or two lonely graves I don't take it, but if the morning sun is glimmering over bridal rol.es f vi-ilo ratiu I know "t's -ill rf'.rhr nti.l 1 t;ili. it DTi.! ttart in j -,uv caramels v. js I r,,-,.l it." Novelists are re-;-.e -i iuilv reminded that :he remark conw-iiM a;i import ant truth .vhich they will do wtiJ to hear in mind if :hey wish to reach th-t constituency of foung women who are said to arbitrate jpon th? fate of American fiction. There s often more in the last chapter which is asually read pretty early in the book to fettle the fate of a novel than in all the est of the volume, and he who aims to be popular will make this, at least, bright tnd attractive. Youth's Companion. An edition of the Bible in two volumes, the first book ever printed, was sold in London a short time ago for 18,000. dmiisfiiUots. Hawaiian Mutual Fire and Marine Insurance Co. Subscription Lists for S'oc'h. and Policies cow open at ti CLICK'S AGENCY. 790auglC No. '48 Me rchant Street. THlfiD WARD. ELECTION OF DELEGATES. TN L the Central Committee, the important busi ness of the meeting exiled for Tuesday event n--, August 16th. at Reformatory School, win be the election of delegates to the nominating conven tion. All enrolled voters are requested to attend. 7jlaugl6 AUCTION SALE I Ey order of Mr Ooo Kirn, we will sell at public I " auction. Ull 1 lieSUay, AllgUSl 10, lOiW , . . At 7 r. m., at the store, Pico Block, N'uuanu street, a large assortment of DRY GOODS. Black Brocaded silk. .Black Moriantique silk. black tiros Grain silk. Chinese Poniree Silk. White Silk Crepe. Sntins In all colors. Ladies' and (teut's Silk and Linen HANDKERCHIE FS. Linen Lawns, colored. Oauiask Tahle Linen. Ladies' Dolmans. Lace Curtains, assorted patterns. Ladies' black Silk Capes. L-idif-x' Lace Parasols, plain and fancy, in all the latest patterns. Lisle Thread Hose, Hair Coiuhs. Hiratiurj Embroidery, all widths. White Kid Gloves. 1 1 t 40 11 Ladies' Corsets, Slippers and Collarettes. Also several lii;e Tarlor P.us.o, Men's r.iuts. Patterns, etc., etc. Thi sale orters spv.inl jnducements, cles beinj the arti- i I NEW AND CfT IN LENGTHS TO SITT PER- I CHASERS. Ohlcece Bamhoo Lounee?. Chinese liamboo Chairs. Bamboo Baskets. Silk Crepe Shawls in all coWs. Reserved seats for ladies. E. P. ADAMS & CO., SaujU; Aucllaer. hi nc'Mniif'cl ; minim UUUllO L. B. M E R C II A N T TAIL 0 11 . 27 Merchant Street, Has Utely received from England x !xet election of Fine Goods SUITINfiS, DIAGONALS -AND- i roujserings, Comprising the largest and most varied stock ever opened out in Honolulu, all person ally selected h y Mr. iKerr at the manufacturers while abroad. (Mil ami Trimmings For Sale to the Trade ami others. BelllTelt-plioiic. .No. 4. IV O. Box306. L. B. KEEE. ti97sep8 J. E. Brown & Co. 42 MERCHANT STREET. Bell Telephone 172. P. O. Box 4u9 Mutual Telephone 3fl. ACCOUNTANTS AND General Commission Agents General Agency for Hawaiian Islands of the Burlington and Chicago Railroad j ACROSS AMERICA. Connecting fct Boston with the Azores and Madeira. tssTPropertles Leased, Rented and Sold. Legal Documents Drawn. Books Audited aud Adjusted. Accounts Corrected. Authorized Collector Mr. Thomas lscovesco. 79ausl--tf BUHACH ! THE GREAT CALIFORNIA INdECTICIDE. Beware of Imitations. Which fare being put upon the market. THE GENUINE RI IIACH Is sold only by Co, Sole Agents in the IIAAVA1IAX ISLANDS FOR THE Buhacli Producing and Mfs:. Co. STOCKTON, CAI.. 7?7auj;12tf in. f. burgess, i j Expressman Sc Drayman, ! R4 KING STREET, HONOLULU. Residence, lSS. Telephone No. 20i. 7lrtjeltftf KEEK Benson Smith & NEW "LOW PRICES -AT Popular Millinery House, 104 Fort St.. Honolulu. 1ST. S. SACHS, Proprietor. .lust opened, a fine assortment ut' FANCY AND DRY GOODS, Whlcb, during my absence, will le sold at exceedingly low figure. POLICA DOT SWISS IN WHITE AND ECRU. A fiue assortment of WHITE AND COLORED WASH MATERIAL. In plain, faury figured and open work. NANSOOKS, LAWNS AND BAITISTK, In white au.l roloreil. In all shades and colors. NUNS' VEILINOS. LACE FLOUNC1NGS, EMBROIDERY and fancy colors. ALL-OVER EMBROIDERY AND LACES, with edgings to match. NEW SILK (J LOVES and SILK MITTS, in the latest Jstyles and newest shades. llYtillineiry and Straw Goods. During my absence from the Kingdom we offer srF.CIAL UAlUiAINS IN THIS PF.PAKT MENT, in order to clone out the stock now on hand, and make room for the new Mtock. HATS TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED Will be pold at reduced priceR. W. S. LUCE7 WINE VTSTD SFII1IT MERCHANT, CAMPBELL TIKE-PROOF BLOCK. MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU Has just'received from Europe per "Jlereuhs," 200 Cases Guiness' Extra Stout, Bottled by M. B. FOSTEK A SONS. ALSO FINE ASSOKTMKNT OF HOCK YjSTD CLARET. These Wines were especially selected for W. 8. Luce, and are far superior to any ever before imported into this market. the'finest assorted stock of CHAMPAGNES, ALES, WISES, ETC. CLypeeial ;itt ti h'.kI Medium), NY II 1 i j! Rum Puiich the Latest Novelty. 57S aprl.Jtfdw W. C. PEACOCK Wholesale Wine and Spirit Merchants, l M IMM NTHIIET, 1IOXOU I.I , 11. I. Have just received ei CJ.i: sTES, HEKCL'I.ES and other late &rrlalti direct from F.urope, (x. U. Mninmas "Extra Dry" C-lmmpagnp. do do MELCHER'S In large flea "Dry In large clear crystal CASES J. D. Each bottles. 4 4-5 tittlloiiH. .). Pellisson's lO-yeiir-old Jirandy J. A tid a full assortment of rTri?tj JL i T T WINES Which aie offered for sale at lowest raten. 7-4niflltf P. O. BuX Str. The Leading Millinery douse -OK- Chas. J. Fisliel COR. FORT A HOTEL STS. For two Weeks Only I ( i Our Semi-Annual ! Eemiiant Sale j will take place i ! r All our remnants will oe placed on the Counter, and marked way down. In Ladies' Trimmed and Untrirnmed Hats, we are prepared to offer BIG BARGAINS. Remnants in all departments. Come and pee what we offer vou next MONDAY. CHAS. J. FISHEL, Leailinc: 3Iillinery House. ATTTIAm "I rAATT 1 Btrtisfmfnis. GOODS -AT- THE NUNS' VEIL1NO: FLOUNCINGS, in white, cream, ecru ALWAYS ON HAND. cb vn to the celebrated ;Wines MALMEY, MADEIRA (Dry rol. SHERRY, etc. SCO. A'erzenay" Cliaiiipariie. In Pint:? and Quarts. "ELEPHANT" (HN bottl, 5 gallons r r case. K. & Z. GIN the iuot favorite hran Is ot 1 i 7 TELFl'HONFS Xo. 4B. MAOFARLANE & CO-, 7IIH.KSAI.K IIKAI.EKS AXf iE T erai Johbers In Wl.NKs nd MQLOK X. I- KliiniiHnn Nlreel. iio.voi.nr, 28-tf cnrt si'KKCKiti.8. mm. a niwm WM. G. IRWIN & Co., UK." A U l AtTORS nml ( oiiiiiiIshIoii O .Mih NTs. Jtoii.jliili) H.I. iH-ttvtt M, PHILLIPS & Co., ImiMtrlerM nutl Vlioleiwale DeHlrrw lu t lothlng, Bo,t8, shoes, Hum, Ml;n'. Kurnisii liiK and Fancy Hoods. So. 11 Kaahumunti strnet. Honolulu, H . I. 25lf-wtf H. HACKFELD & CO., GKTi:ilAL. 4.tI.TlISSIX A(K.TN. -Ci tf yueeu St., Honoiuln, 11 . I ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO. Importers V fflnuniwloii MprrliniilM Vlueen street, Honolulu, H. I. 27-tf GRASS SEEDS. COCKSFOOT, RYE GRASS, ENG LIS II RED CLOVER, COW GRASS. THE ATTENTION OF ALL INTERESTED IN improving the pasture land of the Islands is called to the above valuable seeds, which w ofler for sale in lots to r,uit purchasers. V.'e have also on band sairple lot of 'Whit Clover, Enjzllsh Alsyke. Timothy, Rib Grass, Crested Dop'a Tail, Tall Fescue, Italian Bye Grass and Lucerne eed, which we offer In mall lots for trial, and will also receive oiders for quantities of not less than half a ton we!gb, aud execute same with dispatch. 717 JuuelStldSw WM. O, IRWIN ii CO, ViNl) r rnTnnc V b it n