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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISE!, A CO U ST IT, 1887.
1 iiV AITIiOUFiY. .tro'r"i!i'iit J.onu. N,.tii is hereby i en that a pplicatiou for any portion of tli new loan, up to S'JOO.bbO, will now he received at tin." Hawaiian. Treasury. The bonds to !.- issued under the authority of the Ac ts ai proved on 11) e 1st of September, lt'3, and l.'iti ot 'October. 1-S'',, an 1 hear i uterest at 6 per cent per anu'im, ja. a'.it- semi-annually, and Hcllll'l ilMll O..M : Illui-ilt taXPS Willi tt-O- t-vtr. w. l. grkln. Minister of Finance. Honolulu. August 1'., Isx7. Tl'iaulTtf I hereby request that all !it.mjus havini; c ) i in is an a! ut His Maje sty and the Itoyal House In, Id will pl ;W' forward tbem as soon as possi l, If to the otlice ot His M t jest 'ft Chamberlain, at lolani I'.il .ice. CLKT1S I'. IVI KKA, """11. M 's Chamberlain. lo'.mi I'.i' a. e, Auuu.-t 1. Je87. "tlau:;i 4'llKllllHTtiliil's iHHi V. I'.y Ciitumand of Hi Majesty tlie Kiny, I herf iv ijiw- notice that from and after this dato no .it l-T on arcouiit of His Majf sty arid the Hoyal ili old will le icconiz. d null's.-, authorized in wniitii,' ly the h .mliirlai u. I'l Ki ts I'. lAfKMA. H. M. 'l;ainierlain. loi.mi I'.il AtiK'ist 1. IsHT. 7ta)aug:tJ Vi.IVY 01 IIO.SOLI IX, 11. I. it it I V A I-. Ti'Kr liAV, A ItHU-t 10. ;-clii Mary K Koster. from K..iai s-hr Ht-ia. from V."aialua rsrlir WBilel--, from Kuan, Maui ii:iAit ri i:ks. Tckshav. August 16. Stmr Mikalinla. Freeman, for Nawiliwili, Wai niru, Koloa, etc, Kauai, at 5 m Stair Wil Hall, U ites, t' or Maui and Hawaii tit 10 a in Sinir Iwalaui, Weir, for Ha-uakua, Hawaii, via I.ahai ua, at 4 p in SrhrMol Wadiue, for lTamiki:a Schr Uaiuiiow, tor Koolau Schr Hob Koy, for Koolau. Oal.u So hr Sarah and F.li.a. for Koolau Sc hr Mary, for Kauai Sclir Waioli. for Kuau '4sels 3.tiii 1'iHinj. Soiir Jam e Maki e, Mai-aulay. for Kiluiwa and K iui, tit 5 y lu Haw Bohr Caoute, Zi'ei-. for Fureka. 'al Sob: Mllle Morris, for Koolau Hohr ?ditv I" Foster, f r Kaui Schr I.eahi, for Hanalt i Schr Watehu, for Wuiali.a Schr allele, for K.ia.:. Maui Schr Heei'l. for Waialua AruititneS N Casll ', H W llulihnrd, tor Saii 1 ran' i,'0 Is in fore I'roiu rorelii ('oris. Haw bark Kal.tkaua, (' ii llendeisou, from Val jiaiaiso li : SS Ailanis, l.ouis KemnfF, from Acapuh-o, ia iiilo. Hawaii H 1? M S ("omiuest, ( ii as I. ( i ley, f rom Vic toria, h f Hit M S Wild Swan, J no S Halifax, from S America Haw bk Titian, J i: Holland, from IIoiiKkouj Am tern V S huwnr, Wni liluhui, f nun Fure ka, t'al Am bktne Flanter, V K I'errimati, from San Francisco Brit bk Velftcitv, Martin, from ltonhkoiife' I entcls ..tpM leil n imi roi eun I'orls. Haw schr tiential Slee!. Sanders, from r neb Frigate Shoal-i, due Nov 2Ci-:m Am I : rk St Lucn?. sailed from New Y'ork March V',. .ill, September S- W tier hi- l'eter (ioddefroy, , sailed from Liverpool May :lid, due Sept 1-25. licit oai k lsiriuah, from t ilasjiow, due October 1'. Am bktne Ferris S Thompson, ('. Potter, f rom S.n Francisiv), due ?t Kahului July H',-M Am bktne S (i Wilder, H A I'aul, from San t lancisi o, due July 'M-'-il 1; S S Vainlalia na(,'shiii, from Chile. French frigate lmerex, from Chile 1 rench triate Florie, from Chile Am ok F.dward Mny, Johnson, sailed from Boston inue Liild. due Nov l-'J- Am -hip Matilda, Merriman, from Hongkoun, due Tulv 12-"1 C SS Juniata, from China, due July 8-21) Chilean corvette Fstueralda, from South A merica Anibrtne Consuelo, F. H Cousins, from Port 'l owiisend, due Aui; 1 5-:1 , Am bark Sonoma, T H OritVuhs, from Port Tomst nd, W T, due Aug 20-.M Haw sclir Waltnalu, Brownell, from Laison Island, cue Aus 12-20 Haw S S Australia, H C Houdlette, from San FnutcJtsco, due August -X Nor bk Professor Johnson, due at Iiilo, Ha waii, August 12-20 lirit bk Min, from Liverpool, due Tec-ember 1-10 Am bk Sarah S Ridway. from Newcastle, NSW , due August 10-25 Am battle John P Spreckels, C S Friis, from San Krancisco, due August 2tl-:U Am bk Ceylon, Ii Calhoun, from an Francis co, via Port lowuseud, due August 15-25 Am hktne Amelia, V Newhall, from Port Town send, due August 15 lil Am bk C. O Whitmore, T Thompson, from Port Towusend, due August 1S-S1 Am liktne F.lla, F C Hust.from S;n Francisco, due August 20-;il Am bk Caibarieu. (J A Perkins, from San Fran cisco, due August 25-.'U Haw schr Jennie Walker, I Andersoa, from i rauuill l-l.mu, u uc .-rit mur-i Sup; osed to be lost. I'AKNKMiFKN. IitT AR ll'REH. Tor Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W Ct Hall, August ltith - Maj-.r W fl t'oruwell, Capt Jute l'U doit, Miss A i? Dudoit and maid, Uev A O I orr.es, lion 1 II Nahluu, Jos A Mcduire, D lieut, Kev Fathers Victor and Selestl ue. Alouzo K.!:la, J C Searle and wife, J d Friis, ?.rr J I .sh r, C Kaiaiki, J D Paris. Jr, C J J.teRer, A Siucliir, A lleadaon, A Kal.iuia and wife, K Ma L ii njki . J Maiia and sister, a ( uine-.e and about 4'! u.-ck passengers. lor Uaiuakua and tIowalu, per stair Iwalani, August hth D K Vid.x, J M Monsairat, Kev 1 .itber Paine aui deck passengers. For Kauai and Niihau, per stmr Mikahala. August lf.ih Mis Hohert Fountain and 3 chil dren. J I'rendec'ist. J II K Kaiwi, Master Alex Kalwl. M.irteis los and t arl Long, Kenneth li i Wallace. F F Itishon, !I F Olade, wife an I 5 children, liev Fathers Leouore, Finnieran and 1 Libert, K A Mactie. Jr. E spencer. Mr unto amt i a. -.ut sodeck passe liters j .....7. . "... . . i The siUn of the bark Lilian for Jal.iit. v,a s.nio,. has been poMpone l till to-morrow. j 1 v 'I he schooner l.uka !m received a new coat of . rit- i , 1L tiarse utine inscevery it uisiuari rai-jjo wh.en the Planter le!t. and w:s to load -.i: tlouolulu. I'he s,!:oo3fr tliinliow took 10,0,i feet luiul .-. lor the new biLlijc at Haiuila, Koolauloa, Oal.a. I he huhoouer Kulanianu is moored iu V.e sire:.. ., and Captaia Kila has gone to Kauai. The American clipper b.u kenti ne S. N. Castle, captain It. I.. Hu'-barJ. saiU to-duy for San 1 rancisco wiiti i f ill carrot sugar, rice, ba- uauas and moia-.-e . The barkeutino FUnter is i.e-ihed ue u- the ... eanlc Company s wharf to unload c..rKo. The s, hooUer Kaulilua took 70o b.ii,'s l o.-.e iw-jkl from the Planter for H n.imaul.t, Kauai , Aug.i.-t lfiih. Uft Aug'ht lf.th fm- Kuui t.y tie stt?:iiii-r Mik:t- Ihe schooner Mary L. roster brought y40 bags HtiL'ar nJ "'.l hai's j.iuldv from Waiiuea, Kau i. iukui it'.th " .. . . . , , . ILa schooner M-ry 1. t.istfr Uki!i loaJ ot bene uitiil from tht, br'.entiue rUoter to ttiua- u.ula. JS.AU&1, lo-Jay. The steamer. MikahuU sailed August 1Mb for I Kau.it with a lars cT--in , and I juice pn ami a ', I'Uin p tor Libue. The steamer J .ii. s Mukee, sails I his aft-ruo. n j fur K.iri aud 1I. n nu.iiilii, Kau.i), with a lohd I nf Ruanu and bone meal t'rotn the bar V-11 1 1 ne j Planter. Tlie Hawaii wi sciio-uicr ('iiiute sail.' to d. i n ; ballast for Lureka, C!. j 'I be Kritinb ark Velocity, Caput a Martin, hich arrive! from Hongkong August l.'ith. was barthed at the old (Mistom House whirf yester day t) discharge raro. i SI'KCUL BUSINESS SO'IT. M. A. io!l;ilvc- .V Co., PV l'.l'i. k. H.-ttl .-trict. will open with mi entirely new !o' K Sejtt-nil'-r 11. l'arKain can now ho oldained at Popular Millinery Ilo:i-c .lurinir the ah-hen-e of the proprietor, Mr. N. S. S.ich-. ll.it.-, triiunied and untrhnnied. at half priee, at Sachs' .-tote, in order to niak room for the new stock. The tuo-t wonderful value- in ladies' and misses' trimmed and untrimmed h it- ever olfered in Honolulu are at Millinerv llou-f. Fi-hel's leadin" 1 Iurinp: my alsenee the entire stock will he ofi'ered at reduced price- in order to make room for the new stock. N. Sach- Come to-morrow and hrin;i your friend to see the mammoth bargains in ladies' hats, from 50c tip, at Cha-. .1. Fi.-hel's lead ing Millinerv House. cm: on & co. Imporler ami I'ilerH in lilneie iiikI JlHlieH- Ooit.lH. X"ti"'i Street. Have constantly on hand Silk, Satin, Crape, lrass Cloth, Knihroidered and Hemstitched Silk and tirass-eloth Hand kerchiefs, Silk ami Crape Sluvwls and Scarfs. A jreat variety of Japanese and Chi nese Tea Sets, Vases, Pron.e and Iu i pie red Wares. Ivory, Sandalwood and Tottoiseshell Card Cases, Paper Cutters, Fans and Jewelry Cases. Gold' and Silver Jewelry, setting w'ttli tiger claws, oat-eyes and amue-r, such as Scarf Pins, Earrings, P.raeelets, 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 hark "Lilian," a lare invoice of lhony and Marble Furniture in sets. Table, Chairs and Settees. A hill assortment of Flower Pots, Arti ficial Flower Baskets, Lacquered and P.amboo (Joods, etc. The public is respectfully invited to j inspect our goods. 7tS- lebL j supreme Courl. HFFOUE I'KFSTON, J. Tcfsoav, August K'.fll. In re bankruptcy of Loo Chit Sam. Order to release property. The following order was sent to the Marshal : Discontinuance having been filed by the petitioners, Ilyman Pros., it is ordered that you release the property of said respondent upon receipt of this order. P.y the Court. Henry Smith, Deputy Clerk. The Marshal tiled a statement as fol- 1 iws : 15y virtue of the order to me directed. 1 dil release all of the property of I.oo Chit Sam on the lath day of August to Loo T-o, as one of his clerk-. J. L. Kvi rt Koc. His Honor ordered proceedings in the matter dismissed that the bond filed be xOIHTatOtl P.EFOKF. ltlCKF.KTON, J. Simon Odin vs. Samuel Khrlich, tax ation of costs. Continued from th PJth. i . . ... I urttier continued to tne juin. A 'oIIy Bronze Door. The New York "Sun" says: P. O. Mills is having a $7,000 bronze door made for the tomb that he is building at Tarrytown. It will be S feet t inches by 4 feet t inches. The style is in imitation of the old fashioned oak door, with lat tice work top. The paneling, cross pieces and wood grooves are to be re- ...v.b-,,1 b, lmtnv.e. Three eomoaninn pieces are to ne liiaue as uie winnows. T,,oy :m. x4 feet, in bronze lattice work. The door will be one of the most i tasteful pieces of bronze work turned out in this town for some time. FifltlM'ard Retoriii 'lub. . , ,, .1... f .-.. -.-c gates elected from the Fifth Ward, w ith the number of votes received : V. F. Allen 194, V. V. Ashford 104, A. Brown 101, M. I. Monsarraf IsS, L. C. Abies 184, (r. McLeod 1S4, McCand- less 1S2, i. Stratemeyer ISO. C. Ni.- dl ! 176, W. C. King 174, J. H. Fisher 17:5. ! IT. ItlCKer lOl, O. I. 1 'Oie o :t, in. ira j 157, M. A. Coiisalves 154, M"cLean 152, B. Emerson 132, Marshal 132, M. i jiander? 12S, J. V. Smith 101, H. Cu ieve ( 5ihlll-in 01. ! j ' The I. C A VERTISHK Ollit'P luiS ,rm js inserted ill the "Hoilo- , , , , , , . ,, , . . lulu Almanac and Ihreetory, which 1 also contains the old Constitution, and I ... j will b sol 1 at tbe old price fifty cuts 1 a copy. LOCAL AND GENEKAL. l'onr pn-o! t r- ar The lark T.iii.-i, 'ed,t -day . The hat k Vcl'M it ' hine-e t " 'ru H 'ii -'I t ki!-- v i : ; t .!:;'. .'ti:.L- The :-u.d pr.i er ni- oti:.- at the e-trv of th" FoM-.-'ro t rhun h ihi- evciiin.ir. i,- j) p j;,j h.,. U, n appointed i S. Ii,,.,! :-.nt f,.r the di-.tli' t ot Iv'li.ik Hawaii. Ther.' will he the t;-ual -et vi. e- at St. j Andrew'- Cathedral thi- evening at 7 :.'. , o'elo, -k -o, t. ,1 ),y Kev. Alex. Ma'kttl-; i to-h The Mini -terof Finanee ye-terday iitel I an ip.terinediate report of hi- department ; ' for the tifteen month- fiom April 1 ,ls-o, to ; j .lune -in. 1--;. I The Honolniu Almanac ami Pirefiorv " ; I for J-s7 j 11,. w or, .-ale at ' . H. sopeC- j j and A. M. Hcwett's new- .iej.ot-. and at '; i this ofhee. Price, ."yi cents. In our "Py Authority" column the "Min- ; : i-ter "f Finance announce- that application j ! for auv l-ortion of the new loan up f : j Jihi.ihh) will now 1 received at the Tica j ' 'try. ; j j Mi-- H, Lewi-, a former a-si-tant j teacher at the Poyal school, and lately oc- J j cujiimr a similar po-ition at Oahu Col- j j lege, leave leaves to-day for San 1 ranci-eo ly i the harkentine S. N. 'a.-:le. ! The harkentine Planter .-ai!- for s'an Francisco at 0 o'clock thi- morning, with a full cargo and passcng"r list. A mail '"loses at tlie FOsl "luce ar - :oo a. m., ai.u all letter.- marke l "'per Piauter wdl Le forwarded. Yesterday Captain Halifax, ot H. 1. M. S. Wild Swan, accompanied by II. P. M.'s Conimis-ioner Major J. H. Wudchouse, called upon lion. A. S. ('leghorn, Acting ( h.vernor of Oahu. Later on they cade! upon His Excellency Codfrcy Hrown, Min ister of Foreign Alfairs. Parrot in Nel of Itet'ormatlc n. "Speaking: of reforming bad animals," said Mr. Iiurns, '"I am now trying to im prove the morals of a had parrot. I saw in the paper that a man is advertising for a swearing parrot, one that can curse up hill and down dale in several languages preferred, but he will do if he is really tal ented nt EnglL-h swearing. That is a most uncommon advertisement. The worst trouble witli parrots is that sailors teach them to swear, and then people do not want them. They are hard to sell. I suppose the person who put that adver tisement iu the paper wanted the bird for a bar room or some other resort where cursing is congenial and amusing. Well, this bird which was sent to me to-da would suit that person. I am sure. Such a swearer I never hoard. It rips out string after string of the most appalling oaths English. Spanish, French, but principally plain sulphurous Saxon. It was sent to me from Brooklyn to be broken of the habit. The people couldn't have it iu the house, and they did not like to part with It, it is such a smart bird. There is only one way to break them of swearing, and that is by keeping them covered up and in the dark until they forget every thing they know. Then you have to begin afresh anil give them their education all over ugain a good moral education. You can cure them this va3-. I have cured many by that plan. Parrots forget read ily if treated to solitude and darkness. This particular parrot had been the prop erty for a long time of a sailor, and had made several voyages with him. The man who wants a swearing parrot can be accommodated if he searches the foivcas ties of ships coming from the tropics." ( Xew York Sun. Itaiii oais iu "War. ; is a wonderful medicine for tho lilood. The first thing for a bov or a girl to re- ' ' lutve prescribed it hundrels of timc; member in convi.lcring war is that sol- i"r Leprosy, and when given in tunc diersmust eat. It is 'generally supposed it always cured the patient. I can that the mo.it important duty of a soldiei j -;' tely say that Leprosy will never bieak is to tight; but this is a mistake. He j out. on persons who take PakoekV must eat before he can light, and more! okvfpy regularly, and I advise all iki battles have been lost because comma u- .-mis i',Vmg in countries where Leprosy ders could not feed their armies than be-j is prevalent to take I'aicdee's Remedy cause they could not fight the enemy. j a a preventive." The control of the railroads is the object j FOR SALE BY ALL DRUCCISTS !N HONOLULU. of every great campaign in modern war. j 6bldecidw Whoever holds the railroads can move j troops and ammunition and food to the j JlWai iail Mlltlial File aild important point more quickly than the enemy. And everything depends upor Mai'lllC IllSl'I'ailCC ( (). being stronger than your enemy at the i important point. One man is nearly as I good as another man. r.t least on the j avermre. Ten thousand men of one nation i subscription Li-t- for stc. k and policies now are nearly sure to be worth 10,000 of an other; and certainly in the great American war, w here all the men were of the same nation, there was little difference in the fighting quality of the opposing forces. One side had more dash, the other more endurance; one perhaps went into battle more furiously, the other I should say held out more stubbornly; but in the end the men on one side were about as good for fighting purposes as those on the other. Whoever had most men, there fore, was most likely to win. But they must be equipped and fed. To have more men than you can feed is worse than not having enough. St. Nicholas. The Irrepressible Office Boy. When the telephone was introduced into the offices of Christendom a great many men sent away their office boys and fancied that they could get on without them. But the" office boys came back, lake truth crushed to earth they rose again and asserted their indispensable value. The office boy knows that he is an autocrat, and while he msy never pre sume upon his position outwardly, he carries the signs of authority and of power around with Lim. He is tardy, he is lazy, he is forgetful, but he looks calmly into the eyes of his reproving em ployer without flinching. He will stay forty-five minutes on a ten minutes' errand and bob up serenely without thought of an apology. If on his return j his superior officer plucks up courage to I 11 le IlHS .Xxn, V t r ? ' hc1 and reply VVTiat, SIT j with a well cultivated stupidity. If an i ofiice boy could be patented who Would' be warranted to take in, or at least smile at. all of his master's jokes, this world of j . toii nu,i trouble would be a sunnier spot Boston Advertiser. A (HifHntlc l.nnd-rIuking Scheme. A philanthropic Detroit naturalist saj'3 that he has got the greatest land-making ! scheme ever known. It is to graft the j marine plants of the gulf of Mexico upon the marine vegetation of the great lakes, j This would, he th'nks, give to the hardy I northern growth the rank and quick j growing characteristics of the tropical j grow ths, and he would ret a plant which introduced into northern swamps and ; bayou lands, would form a foundation that would ultimately result in good land. , That his scheme would require a century or two to develop does not lessen the en thusiasm of the Michigauder. Chicago , Herald. ' '" I am told, dear, by an unimpeachable j authority, that 'git!' is not American, but Turkish. Fancy speaking Turkish with out being aware of the lact ! It is th- im perative of '$:- '.' Hinl is a relic of Crimean daya." Truth. liankne am) Courtesy. Tv. .. nice l.i'i just placed u ruler nrrest at Petersburg infonrb.-d the authorities il..it all they wanted to do m,n to kill all kins?, emperors and princes. Fifteen minu'es later, when they were delivered to the executioner, they disc, ivered that r. II kings, emperors and princes want to i' is to hung such clups as they were. The contest Wtwevn NihiliMn and icipe- ' ri;ilism h being curried on with the ut- tao-t fratikiess and courtesy, it appears Chieaso Ik-rald. il v r r i 3 r c '. c 1 1 ?r-. (ft ROYAL y; Absolutely Pure. Tni3iowuor never r':--. A tiwml of purity, ftrcngth oti'l v:-lesr,:-:.ne..-. Wc economical thanthoordi.: a:. k.n.l -.attdrat... tlK..l.lmcom petit io- vitU the ra-.e.tit ado ot F v'test, short wcight,alumorp.l.a.i.!.:ito .k.wM. i-. NuONi.Tia CANS, ISaUINU il .VL-Sit Co.. loo VaU& V. WJI. T. fOLESIANl E CO.,Aceiit, SN 1 It NClsCt . CAL. tt motts Lfai'.'.TH RhXCMATiH j J Price SftjJ S c wrt-f.." (.4.1 j.' DE?. PARDEE'S (The Only Rellbl Blood Purifier.) A SPECIFIC FOlt Scrofula, Salt Rhoum, flouralgia, Ring Worm And all other Skin and Blood Diseases. IT KEOTJLATE3 THE LIVER AND KIDKEYS. - tire. ludice.tlon and nit dlaea.ea t-Itn(r from uu enfeeble! condition of the .j.teui. Dk. Martine, of Lontlon, the cele ' .rated specialist, sava of PARDEE'S! iEMEDY : " I have used it for t went) .'ears for Blood Diseases, such i ;erofula. Salt llheum, Teter and Cancer ,iii I I cannot recommend it too highly.' The Ki:v. Dk. Thomas, ot Hong Konir liina, savs: 44 PARDEE'S REMEDY open at (it'LICK S AtiFNCY, No. :1H M: reliant Street. 7'.Caul TO TKT. 4 TART Ol A HOUSF., 4 BOOMS. UK NT 13. il Inquire at this office. 7 'It sept IB Partnersliip Xoticc. riUIS IS TO CF.RTIFV THAT THE FIRM OF j J Kwoatf Hun,, Chan A: Co.. genera' spirit and j W holesale meichants, doim? business on corner ; of Hotel and Meek streets, in Honolulu, Oahu, j h .s heen chautted by the withdrawal of Lan , Cheuck and Auwai, heretofore partners therein, j and by the substitution of LauShoulu their ! stead as panner. The Paid firm now consists of j Kwon? liana Totij, rer-idiu at Hongkong, i China, and Lau shun, residing at Honolulu, j Oahu, H. I., w ho will carry on said business at . the place aforesaid uuder said tlrm name ot ; Uwong Ihu.ii Chr.n & Co. ' KON( Iir.Vd CHAN CO. Pi. ted Honolulu. H. 1., Aueust if,, lsss. notice;. LA W.N" TKNMs SKIS. (' 'MIT.LTF, CHICK FIT SF.TS. t i Moil and CMl,!:en Fire Amis and AiDiiiiiiiitioii Of nil land. And c.-o pl.-te stock of SPOKTTXfi MATER IA Ti At fed U..li AT MI TUOr. LACK'S, '. 4; 2''lt l tORT STFFET. Waikiki Hath Mouse! MR. , CROOKS IlAVINii TAKFN CHARdH of the Vaik:ki i-iath II. .use, l.es to Inform i the public that he v 111 ruu the iduce as a. first ! class biitbinK rrsort. i Ml-tS. Cli" Kr will :tterid to tbe UJy patrons i of the plee. and t'.rry ertui t alll he made to ' make It attractive. Tlt-jyls S ir issues frfi V XOTICM. D' kl KINii MY 1.-LN I l.i 'M IHF KINo- iiom Mi . Me 1 Ii-, w ! il b., t-ill chary, ot !u bil-nie--, .!;! bei :a- t . i : 1 ! sut'.'uleiit. 7 .7 any itt . S. -A( lis. BOATS I'OI! .SALE! ! Three Wh.Uv li.-..t. . Hie de. k V t. le V... at a fr, t ide. t ! '1, ' i ri t deep, I Two 22-teef surf Kott : ' ! l!i feet Snrt F.oat. : 'Hie decke l Plunder, l .'i-t lor.;. C lert 1; inches wide. - fe t ! 1 i.cl.i ,b .-p, wit.'i 111 ist and sails. ; ' ' ine a '-t i t sal li uy Scow, .1, . k ed, w n h 'na-taud : ,!ls 1 ')n l.'-ti n Lighter, de.-Vr-d. fr. It. ICV.-l, TlOj. l.'.lf Foat liuiliU i and lu nrrJl Jcbb. r : i. j. ns s. h. nr.":i T. J. IjASS cS: CO. Importer- of anrt nralem in : VrtLsts' - JNIcttei'ialrs, rauit-. Oils, Clla-p. Varnishes. Turprntitiw. ; Manufacturer n Mouldi ii;., Pu lure i j 1 raioe, etc., etc , eic. I It nnl I r.lli hlrcel near MHrkrl, ; SAN FKANC1SCO, C L. CiilntavHU i CAI.OEAN A; CO. : IMPORTFKS OF I II A R D W a R E , Iron, Strel, Pipe, Mill atvd MininR Supplies. ! III to 11-3 all torniii SI ., Nhh I'rnn i. . , Ml auulo Australian 31ail Service. - - r t , FOR SAN FRANCISCO. Th new and fine AI steel fcte&mship "ALAxMEDA," Of thu Oceanic Steamship Company, w 111 be due at HotiMlulu from Sydney hi.i1 A lick hum OH Ol Ul'Ollt august i(?, may, And w ill l-Hve for the ahivve p,u t with malls and ;usHensTs on ,r about tbst date. For freiijhl or passage, ha ui Sl'I'KKIOlt ACCUMMollA I IONS, apt.li u, Win. (x. Irwin k Co., AOKN'TS. For Svilnev and Auckland. 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