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PACIFIC "COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, SEPTEMBER 13, 1887.
CHU ON & CO.,
BILL NYE ON HOTEL ROLLS,
Notice Is hereby given tLat application for any
portion of the new loan, up to 8200,000, will now
te received at the Hawaiian Treasury. The
bonds to be issued under the authority of the
Acts approved on the 1st of September, 1886, and
1.1th of October, 1886, and bear Interest at 6 per
cent per annum, payable semi-annually, and
are exempt from all Government taxes whatso
ver. W. L. GREEN,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu. August 16, 18S7. 792augl7tf
I 'OUT OF HONOLULU. li. I.
Monday, September 12.
Am bark Caibarien, Perkins, 15 days from San
Sent Haieakala, from Pepeekeo
Schr Harah and Eliza, for Koolau
Schr Hawaiian!, from Koolau, Oahu
venselH Lenvlutc To-day.
Stmr Kinau, Lorenzen, for Maul and Ha
waii, at 4 p m '
Stmr Likelike. Davies. for Kahului and way
ports, at 5 p m
Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, for Molokal, at 6
htmr Lehua, Clarke, for Ilamakua. Hawaii, at
Stmr O R Bishop, Chaney, for AVaianae, Wai
alua and Koolau, at y a m
Stmr James Makee, for Kapaa, at 4 p m
Stmr J A Cummins, Neilson. for Koolau
Stmr Surprise, Weisbartn, for Laupahoehoe and
Stmr Waimanalo, forJW'alanae at 9 a m
Schr Kaulilua. for Kauai
Scbr Moi 'Wahine, for Ilamakua
Schr Mllle Morris, for Koolau
Schr Mauuokawai, for Koolau
Schr Wailcle. for Paia, Maui
Schr Heeia, for Koolau
Schr Vaiehu. for Waialua
Schr Leahi. for Hanalei
Scbr Kawailani, for Koolai
Schr Haieakala, for Pepeekeo, Hilo, Hawaii
Schr Sarah and Eliza, for Koolau
YeNeiH in Port from Foreijru pons.
UR8 Vandalia.Rear Admiral Lewis A Kimberly,
from Callao. S. A.
USS Adams, Louis Kempff, from Acapulco,
via Hilo, Hawaii
USS Juniata, G T Davis, from Acapulco, 8
H B Al 8 Conquest, Chaa L Oxley, from Vic
toria, ii C
Am bktne Mary Winkelman, Blake, from Port
Townsend, W T
Am bark Si Lucie, J T Erskine, from New York
Am bktne 8 G Wilder, A H Paul, from Port
Blakely, W T.
Haw bk Lady Lam pso u, C F Marston, from San
Am bk Ceylon, R Calhoun, from Port Town
wend Am bk Caibarien, G A Perkins, from San Fran
cisco ihoIh Expecteil from roreiirn ports
Ger bk Peter Goddefroy,
Liverpool May 3rd, due Sept 1-25.
Brit oark Birmab, from Glasgow, due October
Am ok Edward May, Johnson, sailed from
Boston June V!3d, due Nov 1-25
Am ship Matilda, Merrlman, from Hongkong,
due July 12-31
Chilean corvette Esmeralda, , from South
French frigate Ducrex, from Chile
French frigate Florie, from Chile
HUMS Kalmiloa, Geo K G Jackson, from Sa
moa, due sept 10-25
H BUS Cormorant, from Esqimault, B C, due
Am bark Sonoma, T H Griffiths, from Port
Tow use ud, W T, due Aug 2rt-31
Brit bk Min, from Liverpool, doe Eecember
Am bktne Amelia, W Newhall, from Port Town
aend, due August 15 31
Am bk C O Whitmore, T Thompson, from San
Fraucidco, due Sept 15-30
Am bkiue fclla, K C Rust, from San Francisco,
due August 20-bl
Haw schr Jennie Walker, B Anderson, from
Fanniug's Island, due September 1-20
Am teru Wva, J O Wlkman, from Eureka, Cal,
due Sept 1-10
Haw brig Hazard, Goodman, due at Hilo, Ha
waii, from Sin Francisco Sept 110
Nor bk Vikir, from Bremen due October 1030
Biit bk Margret Heald. Morton, from Liver,
pool, due October 1 W
Am bktne August Bmchard, from Newcastle,
NS W, due Oct 1-20
Am bktne Mazatlan from Mewcastle, N SW,
due at Kahului, Maui, Oct 1020
Haw S 3 Australia, tl C Hoadlette, from San
Francisco, due Sept 20
R M S S Mariposa, H M nayward, from the
Colonies, en route to San Francisco, due Sept 23
R M S S Alameda, ri G Morse, from San Fran
cisco, -en route to the Colonies, due Sept 30
Am bk Forest Queen, J CM Winding, from
San Francisco, due Sept 12-20
The schooner VTaiehu brought 660 bags sugar
from Waialua, Oahu, September 12th.
The steamer Mikahala will leave to-morrow
afternoon for Kauai.
The steamer W. G, Hall leaves next Friday for
Maui and Hawaii.
The schooner Kawailani brought 330 bags rice
from Koolau, Oahu, September 12th.
The schooner Haieakala arrived September
12th from Pepeekeo, Hawaii, with 1,174 bags
The steamers Kinau, Likelike, Lehua and Mo
kolii will leave for windward ports this after
noon. The barkentine Mary Winkelman will likely
sail to-morrow with a full cargo of sugar for San
TheAmericau barkentine Caibarien, Captain
G. A. Perkins, arrived yesterday, after a passage
of 15 days from San Francisco, with general
cargo. Reports fine weather throughout the en
r The steamer AVaialeale will likely leave to
morrow for KJlauea and Hanalei, Kauai.
The steamer Kilauea Hou will be hauled on the
Marine Railway to-morrow to be cleaned.
The steamers W. G. Hall, Mikahala, Likelike
and lwalani will commence discharging their
general cargoes and sugar this morning.
The barks Caibarien and Lady Lamps on will
commence unloading their general cargoes this
The bark Ceylon will commence unloading
lumber to-day at Messrs. Allen A: Robinson's
MACFIE At Kilanea. Kauai, September 6th, to
the wife of Ed. Macfie, a daughter.
k, ,, t Tlie Sew 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 oM price fifty cents
The result of the elections on the other
islands will be heard on Saturday and
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
Ivor', Sandalwood and Tortoiseshetl
Card Cases, Paper Cutters, Fans and
Gold and Silver Jewelry, setting with
tiger claws, cat-eyes and amber, such as
Scarf Pins, Earrings, Bracelets, Neck
An assortment of Chinese and Japan
ese nick-nacks and curiosities too num
erous to specify.
Chinese Matting a specialty.
Also, just recei ved, ex Hawaiian bark
''Lilian," a large invoice of Ebony and
Marble Furniture in sets. Table, Chairs
A full assortment of Flower Pots, Arti
ficial Flower Baskets, Lacquered and
Bamboo Goods, etc.
The public is respectfully invited to
inspect our good's. 768 feb2
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTES.
Bargains can now be obtained at the
Popular Millinery House during the ab
sence of the proprietor, Mr. N. S. Sachs.
Hats, trimmed and untrirumed, at half
price, at Sachs' store, in order to make
room for the new stock.
The most wonderful values in ladies' and
misses' trimmed and untrimmed hats ever
offered in Honolulu are at Fish el's leading
During my absence the entire stock will
be offered at reduced prices in order to
make room for the new stock. N. S. Sachs.
Come to-morrow and bring your friends
to see the mammoth bargains in ladies'
hats, from 50o up, at "a as. J. Fi.shel's lead
ing Millinery House.
The Reform Ticket Carries the Day.
The election for four representatives
for the district of Honolulu and nine
Nobles for the island of Oahu was held
yesterday. The town wore a holiday
aspect, the Government offices were
closed and business generally was sus
pended. No island vessels left port.
Every preparation had been made at the
various polling places, and throughout
the day good order was maintained.
At some of the polling places speeches
were made by the various candidates
and others. There was a little drunken
ness in town and a number of arrest3
were made. The police did efficient
work and when there was any sign of a
row they quickly put a stop to it. Pretty
nearl all of the hacks in town were
busily engaged throughout the day
carrying voters to the polls. The greater
number of them carried white flags, on
which was printed in black letters "Re
form," 'The Regular Reform Ticket"
and "Hoomaemae." The polls were
open from 8 o'clock in the morning un
til 5 o'clock in the evening. At the lat
ter hour the different polling plates were
crowded with people anxious to learn
the result. As soon as the ballots were
counted the result was sent to Mr. Jono.
Austin, Chairman of Elections, whose
headquarters were at the Pacific Hose
Company's house, King street. Here a
large crowd was assembled to hear the
At twenty minutes before 9 o'clock inY
the evening Mr. Fred Wundenbergl
mounted a chair in front of the engine
house and announced the result of the
election for Representatives for the dis
trict of Honolulu as follows :
Frank Hustace (elected) 2,198
J. l. uowsett Jr. (elected j -',iyo
A. P. Kalaukoa (elected) 2,1112
D. L. Naone (elected) 2,15 s
Antone Rosa 1,513
J. M. Poepoe 1,440
S. K. Ka-ne 1,441
W. C. Achi 1.43$
FOB NOBLES ISLAND OF OAH.l.
The following are elected :
S. O. Wilder 1,215
J. I. Dowsett, Sr 1,214
M. P. Robinson 1.212
A. Young 1,190
W. R. Castle 1
W. O. Smith
W. E. Foster
The following was the result of the
voting for Nobles on the Independent
John A. Cummins 442
P. O'Sullivan 37i
A. K. Talekaluhi 3J3
S. M. Kaaukai 322
James Keau 322
J. Kanui 319
D. W. Pua
E. K Lilikalanu
In the outer districts A. Kauhi is
elected for Ewa and Waianae, receiving
169 votes to 139 for Hue. Cecil Brown
is elected for Waialua and Koolauloa,
and Frank Brown for Koolaupoko.
The hind wheel of hack No. 12 was
badly dished on Merchant street yesterday.
Any person in want of a good comfort
able room in a central part of the city,
should call upon" Mrs. McDonnell. No. 4
Important and retler
autl Japanese Goodn,
The "Bolony Itetlna "Advice to HI
Son on How to llun a Newspaper.
My Dear Son Your first letter written
since you started your iaper at New Bolony
was received yesterday. We ft It glad to hear
that you were located in a Luiinesa for your
seLf, aiul it made me feel proud to c?t a copy
of the paper which you call The Retina. I
do not know why you call it The lit lina.
Still The Bolony Retina sounds kind of ful
some and didactic.
Retina, I always supposed, was kind of a
medical term, and I would be just fool enough
if I started a paper to call it The Sciatica or
The Polypus at Work. It's wonderful how
people run to new names these days, and a
plain man with a common school education
has to go groping along through the world
the lest lie can. I presume that, with your
thorough and florid education, such a word as
Retina don't stump 3011 for a minute, but
with me it's different. I am a rough, hard
working man and always lecn busy all my
life. One of the neighlors asked me night
before last why I u.dn't joined the Knights
of Labor, and I told him that I'd always been
It's a fact, too. I've alwaj's been so con
stantly employed that I couldn't belong to a
labor organization and give it the attention it
ought to have.
I like the tone of your editorial piece, on
the inside of your paper, which is entitled,
'Salutatory." I like it where it gcx-s on to say
"We shall strive, in season and out of season,
to advocate the resources and liabilities of
New Bolony as a health resort and count'
seat. Our voice will ever le heard in clarion
tones, putting its shoulder to the wheel of
progress and tramping on oppression with
"We shall send The Retina to ever y quarter
of the globe, so that New Bolony, with its
wealth of picturesque valley, hill and dale,
together with its new court house and health
giving atmosphere, will be knoini of where
ever the English language is spoke.
"It is true that the editor of this paper has
just emei.-ed from college, and is still young;
but he has had some experience in writing
for a college paper, and he knows what the
needs and the wants of the people are. He is
aware that the class of readers w ho will peruse
The Ret ina will not be so refined or cultivated,
lerhaps, as his college readers were; but ho
will try to make himself understood, and we
think we will be successful.
"We shall constantly improve The Retina,
as growing business and patronage maj war
rant, so that in a few years our readers will
look back on this first copy with ill-concealed
mirth. We are already figuring on a dark
blue job press and a rubber door mat for the
office, bearing the legend 'Welcome1 in large
gothic extended letters.
"We shall espouse the cause of no partjr or
faction for the present, preferring to remain
neutral for the time being, hopping on to the
erroneous, ever and anon, however, as cir
cumstances may arise w hich will seem to call
on us for a word of reproof, admonition or
encouragement. We shall not make any
boasts or fill the air with bombast at this
time, but when hydra headed wrong emerges
from its bole the casual observer will see us
knock seventeen distinct varieties of tar out
of said hydra headed wrong, and those w ho
carefully observe our course while conduct
ing The Retina will notice that there are -flies
"We have quite a number of our best essays
and orations prepared while we were attend
ing school and college, which will appear
from time to time in these columns. They are
carefully and exhaustively written, and en
tirely cover the ground. Among these we
may name the following titles:
"The American Indian His Glorious Past and
"The Care and Discipline of Children from an
"The Disagreeable Results of Crime Neces
sity for Exercise Among the La
"Demosthenes as an Off Hand Speaker.
"How to Reclaim Giddy Parents Where is
Your Parent To-Night?
"Criticisms on the Present Imperfect Plan of
"Duty of Wives What Constitutes a Good
"George Washington and the Misery He En
tailed Upou the Youth of America
by Tehing the Truth and Af
terward Becoming tho
Father of His
"All these essajs are well written, and
would be highly ornamental to any first class
magazine in the land, but we are here to give
satisfaction in our new field, and the best wo
have ever written is none too good for the
people of New Bolony. Wo aim to please.
"With regard to prohibition, we shall be
outspoken at all times. As for ourself we
can use prohibition or we can let it alone.
For the present we prefer to touch not, taste
not, handle not the unclean thing. We favor
a high license with low retail prices. This
gradually busts up tho dealer and finally
wipes this curse from the face of the earth
with the besom 0 statutory wrath. Besoms
of statutory wrath carefully printed at this
office on short notice.
"In closing we will state that The Retina
starts out with a liberal patronage and has
come to stay. Wo use this last term with the
V permission of the man who made it.
UW e expect cur new navy blue jobber in a
few weeks, and little hoys in town who wish
ho see how a newspaper is made, and who
ivould like to contribute a thumb or two out
tf their little collection, may come and
monkey with tho new pre&s at any time. We
.will return their thumbs to them at the end
I of the week."
I I like the tone of this piece as a general
' thing, though I am sorry to hear you allude
to jour liberal patronage and by the same
mail get a request for more funds. I will
send you what money I can sprue, hoping
that you will soon get on your feet again.
I suppose you will be running for congress
tho next thing, and then you will forget all
about your old father, and borrow money of
peopie'w-ho haven't felt near the interest in
you that 1 have.
i Send the naner for one vear and rhanrn
me with the subscription price. You mav
:aiso put a piece 111 your paper
to ill health I will sell at my resi
town . ran. ere IS. west, according
to government survey, one crushed raspberry
colored cow, aged B years. JShe is a good
milkster, and is not afraid of the cars or
anything lse. She is a cow of undaunted
courage and gives milk frequently. To a man
who does not fear death in any form she
would be a great boou. She is very much
attached to her home at present, by means of
a trace chain, but she w ill bo sold "to any one
who will agree to treat her right. She is one
fourth shorthorn and three-fourths hyena.
Purchaser need not be identified. I will also
thi'ow in a double barrel shotgun which goes
with her. In May she generally goes away
somewhere for a" week or two and returns
with a tall, red calf, with long, wabbly legs,
Her name is Rose, and I w ould prefer to sell
her to a non-resident.
You may keep this notice in your paper till
you sell the cow. We areaD pretty well, and
hope vour paper will be self-sustaining.
If I had lour or five boys all engaged in
running newspapers that had liberal patron
age I don't believe I'd have money enough to
pay my poll tax. But I must now clos by
saying so-lonsc, as the feller says. Your
lather. Bill 2s ya in Chicago News.
A VTarnlng Against thfi Macadamized Dla
euit of Modern Cirillatlon.
Gues's at remote American hotels, con
ducted on the YouVe-a-payin' plan, have no
doubt noticed, after a few weeks at the house,
a heavy feeling In the pit of the stomach. At
first this is mistiken for mental gloom, but
this is an erroneous diagnosis. It u gastric
g'ocm. It is induced by the great hand-to-hand
conflict between the bomb-proof biscuit
of the hotel and eternal justice.
E ernal juit co comes out on top, perhaps,
but she is in poor shape to tackle the next
one. TLese wads of gun cotton, plaster paria
and alum are met with at the hotel where
the crape is never taken off the door. Death
and baking powder biscuits are synonymous
terms. The old-fashioned poet used to pic
ture death in the act of mowing down bis
millions with a scythe and a wappy-j wl
snath, but now the bard could not be more
vigorous in his language than to say:
Death shied a hotel biscuit at him,
And he slept!
These macadamized rolls are made now
with a tiap on the top, I notice, similar to
the flap on an old-fashioned pocketbook.
Ti:e hunting -case . biscuit is found to be
superior to the old style, which could be
opened with a naiL The present hotel roll
that is, the ona we have in our mind is
made of condemned flmr that has been re
fused on the Indian reservations and turned
over to the war department This flour,
with amalgam filling and fireproof works,
makes a roll that will resist the action of
acids or the grand jury.
THE BISCUIT FOUNDRY.
A hotel man's life is not wholly destitute of
joy and sunlight, after alL Hotel rolls,
vrhen properly fired, make a fine appearance
38 an ornamental corner on an iron fence.
They have wonderful pcrers of endurance,
also. People who have died suddenly from
eating the hotel rolls have, in several in
stances, been cremated,. When the ashes
were carefully examined the roll was found
to be intact.
I do not soy that the right of way through
perdition is not paved with good intentions,
but I believe that many of our leading citi
zens will be uisrppointed when they get there
to find the hotel roll on all the principal
streets, placidly resisting the wear and tear
Cf rvt"--"- - r-;.'l U- 'TeCtS
A h.O l - A .1
a.K or our modern civiliza-
is carrying thousands down to the
disajrreeable realms of death. It is attractive
in appearance, and when it beams upon us
with its siren smile we are too apt to yield.
But let us beware. No man should put a
hotel biscuit in' his mouth to steal away his
If I had a son who wanted to become a
hotel man, and eat these death balls, I would
say to him: "Buy a hotel if you wish,
Henry (providing his name happened to be
Henry), and run it and make money, but
have a home that you can go to for your
meals. Do not eat your own biscuit. "
I saw a negro a week ago, in a Chicago
museum, eating lamp chimneys and glass
paper wei.hts. His health seemed pretty
fair, and I asked him how he preserved his
longevity. He said he did it by drawing the
I ne at baking powder rolls. Bill Nye in
A Way Candidate Haye.
Arkansaw candidate (to Knight of Labor)
The strikers are right. They have arisen
to maintain a great principle, and I earnestly
Lope that they wdl succeed. I am with
them, openly and above board.
IC of L. I am glad you are with us and I
don't think you will losa anything by it
Candidate Oh. I'm not thinking of any
jain or loss. It is a matter of principle witb
The candidate, a few moments afterwards,
neeting a capitalist, says: "Well, I see that
the str..ers are raising old Nick. I am in
favor of putting down such lawlessness.
Those fellows seem to think that the possession
Df money deprives a man of all his rights as a
fitizen. I have told the strikers that even
though my e.ection depends upon them I
must denounce their actions."
Cap .talis t You shall not lose anything
by your lea rlessness.
Candidate Oh, I had not thought of that.
I do not stop, during a risis of this kind, to
:on-ider gain or loss. I am a law and order
Capitalist I am glad to know it, but if I
were you I would not bo too free in the ex
pression of my opinion.
Candidate Oh, I know there's danger in
It, but I canr.ot refrain from speaking my
mind. I am a law and order man, myself.
When a sitting hen is too indisposed to
itay on the nest continuously, let her rest
ilternat? days and tie the rooster on the nest
while she's resting.
The soot can be thoroughly swept out of a
chimney by dropping a goose in it at the
top. Th? goos , iii vainly striving to fly up
ward, thoroughly cleans the chimney with
By immersing the entire body in soft tar
before taking a bee-tree, you can render
Limself invulnerable to the assaults of the
You can smoke a rabbit out of a hollow by
smoking a cigarette close enough to let the
l.ench enter the bole.
The scent of whisky on the breath can be
subdued by smearing a3afcetida on the
If you make a habit of keeping live mice
In your pockets, your loose change will be
comparatively safe from your enterprising
If you take a small stcpiadder with you
Into the thea :a it will be very serviceable
when the stage is barricaded from view by a
Freckles can be removed from the face
with sandpnper. Life.
"Out, Damned Spot!"
The best way to clean a chromo, Ethel, is
to lay it to soak in turpentine over night,
and then hang it before an open fire to dry.
Hang it clo-e, Ethel, hang it close. Push one
corner under the grr'ue a couple of iuohes.
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703 SALE CY ALL DRUHHISTS IN HONOLULU
P - .A. !
DON'T VOTE UNTIL
You have purchased one of
Godfrey's Ready Reference
List of Voters for jNoble3.
For Sale at the Bookstores
Price, 50 Cents Per Copy.
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Thursday Eevirg, Sept 15th
By Some of
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Death claims paid in 1S3U 1U0 percent
Assets, January 1, 1837 175,610,472 7G
Liabilities, 4 per tent basis. . . 59,154.697 00
Surplus, 4 percent basis J18.355.875 78
The surplus is bated on the consrratire
assumption that only 4 per cent interest
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Assuming that i4 percent will be real
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New assurance in 18S6 $111,540,203 00
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Outstanding assurance 411,779.093 00
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Paid policy holders in 18S0. . 3,336,007 90
Paid policy holders since or
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Premium income 16.272,154 62
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Iortrraseof prem. Income 12,810,475 40
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Increase of aaaeta 8,957,083 34
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lars apply to
ALEX. J. CAKT WRIGHT,
632 maylS '88 No. 3 Kaahumanu strasl
At all hours day and night, with competent
drivers and steady horse.
SADDLE HORSES; BUGGIES, "WAG
ONETTES, VILLAGE CARTS
With good, reliable horses.
Having just received a fine lot of
Horses from California,
We are prepared to offer extra inducements to
parties wanting Family, Road, Express or Dray
Horses. Guaranteed as represented or no sale.
Prices to suit th times. RING Ur 32, or apply to
MILES & IIAYLEY,
727je24tf Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
Practical Plumber, Gasfitter
71" King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
HOUSE ANl) KIIIl
JOB WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Bath Tubs, Water Closets. Wash Bowls, Plumb
ing Goods of all kinds always on hand.
DUBINO MY ABSENCE FROM THE KINO
dom Mrs. Mellis will have full cbarg of
my business, and her receipt will be sufficient.
767auK3tf N ft SACHS.
Australian Mail Service,
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The new and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic eiteamsbip Company, will be due
at Houelulu from Sydney and Auckland
on or about
September 23, 1887,
And will leave for the abeve port with mails and
passengers on or about that date.
For freight or passage, bavlsg aDTERIOR
ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to
Wm. (J. Irwin & Co.,
For Sydney and Auckland.
The new and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be
due at Honolulu from Han Francisco
or or about
September 30, 1887.
And will have prompt, dlspatcn with malls and
passengers for the above ports.
For freight or passage, having SUPERIOR AC
COMMODATIONS, apply to
Wm. Gr. Irwin & Co.,
ON SALE AT THE
Corner King: and Alakea St.,
Ex S. S. Zealandia,
BAUTLETT PEAKS, TEACHES, MUS
CAT GRAPES, EATING and COOK
TNG FRESH APPLE3, CRAB
APPLES, CHERRIES ON
ICE, GERMAN PRUNES
At lowest prices. febI6 '87
Mutual Telephone No. 378.