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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, SEPTEMBER 22, 1887.
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Offick or II. M.'a Chamberlaiv,
The Court will go into moirni ng for His late
Royal Highness Prince Edvvanl Keliiahonui
from thin date until one week from the day of
the funeral. CURTIS P. IAUKEA,
n. M.'a Chamberlain.
Offick of II. M.'h Chamber i. mx, J
Septeuuher 'tl. 17, (
The funeral of Ilia late Royal Highness Prince
Edward Kflitubonui will take place from lolani
Palace on Sunday next, the 231 h instant, at 2
o'clock p. in. CURTIS P. IAUKEA,
iit II. SI.'s Chamberlain.
It ha3 pleased His Majesty the King to appoint
the following gentlemen to be members of the
Board of Health:
Dr. N. 13. Emerson, President.
Ilia Excellency I A. Thurston,
Hon. W. E. Rowell,
Hon. J. T. Waterhouse Jr.,
The Board of Health 11 now constituted as fol
lows: Dr. N. B. Emerson, President ;
His Excellency L. A. Tburdton,
Dr. Geo. Troussea u,
Hon. W. E. Rowell,
Hon. J. T. Waterhouse Jr.
lolani Palace, September 19, 187. lw
Notice i hereby given that application for any
portion of the new loan, up to ?200,G0O, will now
be received at the Hawaiian Treasury. The
bonds to be issued under the authority of the
Acts approved on the 1st of September, 18HG, and
15th of October, l&tSfi, and bear interest at C per
rent per annum, payable semi-anuually, and
are exempt from all Government taxes whatso
W. L. GREEN,
Mluiater of Finance.
Honolulu. August 16. 1887. 7i2augl7tf
VOWV OF HONOLULU, II. J.
Wednesdat. September 21.
Schr Manuokawal. from Koolau
Schr Waloll, from Kuau
Schr Waiehu, from Kuau
Wednesday, September 2i.
Stmr Walaleale, Campbell, for Nawiliwili,
Walmea, Wahiawa, etc, Kauai, at 5 p m
Schr Sarah and Eliza, for Koolau
Schr Waiehu, for Waialua
Vessels l.eavlnir To-day.
Strar Lebua, Clarke, for Uamakua. Hawaii, at
Stmr Wainianalo, Underwood, for Waianae,
Stmr J A Cummlna, for Waimanalo
Schr Waioli, for Koolau
Schr Hawaiian!, for Koolau
eiseis in Fort rroin Foreign forts.
USSVandalia.Rear Admiral Lewis A Kimberly,
from Callao, 8. A.
USS Adams, Louis Kempff, froru Acapulco,
via Hilo, Hawaii
USS Juniata, G T Davis, from Acapulco, S
II BM 8' Conquest, Unas L Oxley, from Vic
toria. B C
H B M S Cormorant, Nicoll, from Esqimault
Am bark St Lucia, J T Erakine, from New York
Am bktne S G Wilder, A H Paul, from Port
Blakely, W T.
Haw bk Lady Lampson, C F Marston, from San
Am bk Ceylon, R Caihoun, from Port Town
send Am bk Calbarien, G A Perkins, from San Fran
cisco Haw SS Australia, II C Houdlette, from San
Vessels iKxpecie.'f from Foreign ports
Ger bk Peter Goddefroy,
-, sailed from
Liverpool May 3rd, due Sept 1-25
Brit Dark Birmah, from Glasgow, due October
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, sailed from
Boston June 23d, due Nov 1-25
Am ship Matilda, Merriman, from Hongkong,
due July 12-31
Chilean corvette Esmeralda, from South
French frigate Ducrex, from Chile
French frigate Florie, from Chile
II II M S Kaimiloa, Geo E G Jackson, from Sa
moa, due Sept 10-25
Am bark Sonoma, T II Griffiths, from Port
Townseud, W T, due Aug 20-31
Brit bk Min, from Liverpool, due Tecember
Am bktne Amelia, W Newhall, from Port Town
send, due August 15-31
Am bk C O Whitmore, T Thompson, from San
Francisco, due Sept 15-30
Haw schr Jennie Walker, B Anderson, from
Fanning's Island, due September 1-20
Am tern Eva, J O Wikmau, from Eureka, Cal,
due Sept 1-10
Nor bk Vikir, from Bremen, due October 1030
Brit bk Margaret Heald, Morton, from Liver
pool, due October 1 20
Am bktne August Burchard, from Newcastle,
NS W, due Oct 120
Am bktne Mazatlan from Mewcastle, N S W,
due at Kahului, Maui, Oct 1020
R M S S Mariposa, H M Ilayward, from the
Colonies, en route to San Francisco, due Sept 23
R M S S Alameda, H 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
MI J M d Tsukuba, from Acapulco, Mex, dxie
Am S S San Pablo, Wilson, from San Francisco,
due Oct 8
Am brgtne W G Irwin, McCulloch, from San
Fraccisco, due Sept 22-2t
Am bktne Klikitat, Cutler, from Port Town
aend, due Sept-22-26
Am schr Anna, from San Francisco, due Sept 22
The schooner Mannokawai arrived last even
lug from Koolau, Oabu.
The steamer Waialeale sailed September 21st
for Kilauea and Haualei, Kauai.
The barkentine S. G. Wilder has been moved
from Brewer's wharf to the Pacific Mail Com
pany's wharf. She will sail next Saturday at 2
p.m. with a full cargo of sugar for San Fran
cisco. Hon. S. G. Wilder visited the barkeutine S. G.
Wilder September 2ist,and expressed great satis
faction. Captain Brownell takes command of the
schooner Waioli to-day.
The schooner Waiehu arrived from Kuau,
Maul, September 21st, with SCO bags sugar, and
left the same day for Waialua, Oahu.
The schooner WaJoll brought 100 bags sugar
and 70 packages sundries from Kuau, Maui. Sep
The steamer Waimanalo brought COO water
melons, 4 cases eggs and 16 passengers from
Waialua and Waianae. She leaves again this
morning for the same places.
The barkentine S. G. Wilder received 7,000
baga sugar augar yesterday from Messri. F. A.
Schaefer & Co.
The Hawaiian barlt Lady Lampeon, Captain C.
7, MaratOB, tb eld Cmtom House wbarf
at 1 o'clock to-day for San Francisco with
bags sugar, weighing 672 tons.
The American bark C. O. Whitmore, Captain"!
T Thomrxrn. nailed from San Francisco 8ep-- j
tember2dfor Puget Sound to load lumber for" Ielli at au Early ASe nt lolnn
The steamer Lebua leaves at 5 o'clock this
afternoon for Uakalau and Onomea, Hamakua,:
er iwaiani is due to-day from Hama -
, to-day with sugar for the barken-hjFor
tine S. G. Wilder.
The bark Ceylon has completed nioad!ngViuateo California, and about two weeksyond the sum of $100 from Frederick L.
lumber, and will amoved to Fort-street wharf M k T residentIslie. Thev were remanded to the 22d.
to-day to receive sugar. She will leave for San- f . . . c.fc . . , , , v . ... . ,
Francisco about October 5tn. physician at St. Matthew's, Dr. lald-W. A. kmney apears for them and 1.
The steamer J. a. Cummins is due to-day fromlswin, thought it best for the younggM. Hatch assists the Crown.
Wiiimanalo with sugar for the bark Ceylon. rnnce to be sent to his native land, anci
The steamer Surprise will arrive to-day fromV,consenuentlv he arrived on the Austra-t?2
The steamship San Pablo is expected to leavt
San Francisco for Honolulu about October lst.
And will be due here on the 8th.
The Japanese training ship Tsukuba, which 7 . J . , . ...rf ., . . . .
was here not long since, will leave San Franf was found lie was sutienng trom anJnietit lor plaintiff for the amount claimed
Cisco during this month for Acapulco, and is ex-jjattack of typhoid fever, with very littlefwith 13 45 costs.
pected here next March. fchope of recover). At 1 o'clock yester-j J. K. Iirown & Co. vs. W. H. Penni-
Tbe barkentine s. g. wilder has received atg(jay afternoon, Drs. Robt. McKibbin andcuick, assumpsit for $32 73. Settled.
new coat of black paint. Trousseau, after a brief consultation,t?jCots, $1.
saiil it wa.s impossible for the voungfi J. K. Brown & Co. vs. W. H. Penni-
CHU ON & CO.,
Imiorter and Dealer lit Chinese
mid Japanese Goods, f-i Ximaii
Have constantly on hand Silk, Satin,
Craie, Grass Cloth, Embroidered and3i8ter to Her Majesty Queen KapiolaniPPfrty !?Joiiging to the estate of Moa-
Hemst itched Silk and Grass-cloth Hand-F
A great variety of Jaianese and Chi -
nese Tea Sets, Vases, Bronze and Lac -
Card Cases. Paper Cutters, Fans andNbantized bv the Rev. Dr. Stalev. latel
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 received, ex Hawaiian bark
' Lilian," a large invoice of Ebon' and
Marble Furniture in sets. Table, Chairs
and Settees. I
A full assortment of Flower Pots, Arti-
ficial Flower Baskets, Lacquered and!
Bamboo Goods, etc. t
inspect our goods. 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 untrimmed, 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 Fishel'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 f riemh
to see the mammoth bargains in ladies'
hats, from 50c up, at Chas. J. Fishel's lead
ing Millinery House.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The Kaimiloa cometh not.
Go and see Ouda to-night.
James Keau is going to sell out.
All-Star Novelty Combination to-night.
Lots of fun at the Hawaiian Opera
The Royal Mail steamship Mariposa is
due from the Colonies on Friday.
Yesterday morning a native committed
suicide by hanging at Kahului, on this
There was a very pleasant reception and
dance on board the flagship Vandalia -es-terday
Mr. L. B. Kerr, the well-known tailor,
has received another consignment of new
goods by the Austraiia.
Ths City of Sydney carried a mail from
the postoffice consisting of 3,147 letters and
I,2i33 packages of papers.
Applications tor foreign money orders,
per steamship Mariposa, will be received
at the Post Office up to 4 o'clock this after
noon. At 10 o'clock this morning Mr. James F.
Morgan will sell the household furniture at
the residence of M. N. Kennedy, Merchant! J
The sale of the furniture belonging
T t , "n i ifrjship Champagne, for Havre.
F. Morgan vesterday was well attendeds'i t
and good prices were realized.
We regret to announce the death of Mrs.
May, mother of Messrs. Tom and W. S.
May of this city, which took place quite
recenth at her residence, Neithrop. near
On Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock Geo.
W. DeLong Post No. 45, G. A. R., will
hold a camp fire in celebration of the fifths
anniversary of the organization of the;;
Post, in the old Armory, over Brewer 4H
Co.'s, Queen street.
TheS. F. Call" of Septembe
following: "The charge
monej' unler false pretense
McLaughlin, now in the fcandwich Isiands.t - Jt
was taken oif the calendar of Judge Sulli-EJolutionists and Government troops is re ft .Pi ,a , ,
van's department vesterdav to be re-F i . , , fj "Hum; that reminda me, murmured
vans aepanmeni esceraay, to De r ported to have been severe. One thou-lj Torr,
stored m the future, should he set foot on V , , ., ,jao3'
. . ., -fee sand Government troops left the capital ofwiBtM
American soil. The case is one ofe-,3 . , , 1 . ,M wlwiiai;
the offshoots of the Sharon divorce case.&J"1 u,werutIH!,,tl "iUJd' UUL 11 wlij
and the $25,000, it will be rememberedlitake them two days to reach Port La vi
the $25,000, it will be remembered ,t!take them two
obtained on the celebrated decoyllUnion. General commotion is feared inH
I ij Ah Fat and Joseph Sara wero charged
At 3 o'clock ye.-terday afternoon Hiswith affray. The former was fined $2 ;
Highness Trince Edward Abel Keliia -
iihonui breathed his last at lolani Palace.
some timi lie has been prosecuting
his studies at St. Matthew's Hall, Sanliciously conspiring to extort money be-
Slia Tuesdav, but in such a weak condi
tion that he had to be carried from theJ J. W. Luning vs. Charles Michiels,
vessel to a carriage. Arriving at theljassumpsit for $100 for services rendered
Palace, medical aid was summoned, and waiter the fire at defendant's store. Judir-
jpiPrince to live longer than a couple of
rs. Their prediction proved true,issue. Nonsuit granted. Costs, $t 40.
ig died at 3 o'clock. J. E. Brown & Co. vs. C, Molteno, a-
The deceased Prince was
Honolulu, Mav 13th,
ff1809, consequently was IS years 4
months and 8 davs old at the time of 1
death. His father was David Kahale-i,
Jpouii Piikoi, and his mother Her latef'jf
fa decendant of tho Keawe lino of Ha4n;l,l! loc ked, after payment of all
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ijivauai oranca, rvaurauaui, me iasc rvingr-
0f Kauai. When young, as is custcf
1mary among the Chiefs, he was adopted
Kfand brought up by H. K. H. Princessf?
iBishon of Honolulu, and probablv re-S
J.-o?vol tlio rita rf nn fi rin ( t inn Vv tliot-
Reived the rite of confirmation by theVf
Rev. Alfred Lee Brewer. Rector of $tM
Matthew's Hall, San Mateo. He wasjnon as follows:
Ifirst educated at St. Alban's School andM TotaI of Mrs- D- Manaku's portion,
Ft also at Punahoti before he entered St. f:
(Matthew's Hall. J Total of Kalanikapu portion, $6,001 07.
His health has never been good atp Total portion of the widow Mahole
.any time, and it has only been by ten-fe"iIoanauli 1'500-
Ider and careful nursing that he has The Waikiki property is to remain in
flived to reach the age of eighteen vears.fethe hands- of the tenants in common,
iHevas a bright youth, and his fnturegf
jwas full of promise.
The funeral of His late Highness will?
take place from lolani Palace on Sunday jcompiled from gan Franciaco journals
next, the 25th inst.,at 2 o'clock p.m.tgand published in yesterday's Adyer-
'HI. 1-1 x ill JA . ; tT
vyumtwmgu into mourning nuLU;Tk.. tnppA 9nnP!lgn ;f0m fl)fi,af.
this date until October 1st.
r j aiiu icmains ric ui ili siaic last
f i'pvpninor in thp hnncrfllnw in thn Pillars
grounds, and were viewed by a large:
number of Hawaiians and others.
The All-Star Novelty and Specialty
Company makes its first appearance ira j
Honolulu this evening, at the Hawaiian!
Opera House. The sale of seats has becn f
quite large and a full house may be
looked for. The company will be found?
to be one of the very best that has everfi
visited these Islands. Ouda, the great!
gymnast, is the inventor and perfector oft:
an entirely new method of gymnastics.! 1
and his act is startling. Then there isi
Mile Garetta with her flock of trained!
-m t 9
Ipigeons, doves, monkeys and dogs,v
wh?ph lnn is mom than worth thpl Ii
price of admission. Messrs. Field and
Hanson have a world-wide reputation as
musical artists. As to Miss May Cam
eron, the human serpent, she must be
Iseen to be appreciated. Messrs. Frank
M. Clark, with his songs, funny sayings
and recitations, and Wilson and Cam
eron, the grotesque commedians, are
highly spoken of by the press wherever
they have appeared. The box plan is
now open at A. M. Hewett's bookstore,
Mrs. J. S. McGrew, daughter and son,
arrived safely at New York, August 25th,
after a very pleasant trip across the con-
tinent. Mrs. McGrew is loud in her'
praise of the attention paid them by Mr.1
r. D. McKay, Pacific Coast Passenger
Agent. He telegraphed ahead to eon-'
luctors and hotel people, requesting their?
attention to the party, and traveling was?
made so easy and comfortable as to be aV
real pleasure. At New York Mrs. Mc-!
Grew met quite a number of prominent
society people who had visited these
Islands, among whom was General J. M
Schofield, who served in the war with!
Dr. J. S. McGrew. The General visited!
the latter about twelve years ago, remain-.
ing on the Islands three months.
Mrs. McGrew and family left New
York August 27th, on the fine new steam-
The sew constitution. i i
P. C. Advertiser office has! I
Iprinted the new Constitution in pam-f J
... . . !
phlet form. It i inserted in the Hono4g
lulu Almanac and Directory," whichgj
also contains the old Constitution, and:i
will be sold at the old price fifty centsj
I V . t 7
Panama, September 7th. The
land Herald" says: A revolutionary force
L II 1 7 A UL11I UV L Tl Uli WltV. A . f - .
Jban Salvador, Ouatemala and Honduras.
. o.l . InnTor Rilmnn Icnit nirrlit anririnl nniliiJ
l .JVl lias l lirs jl .-v.v..k uuv . i pk. . v ... - . X..i rr '
of oht.iininpt; itoot oop;ion of Port La TTnion. Snn i -iiitiu
pfJ 1 '
i against J. F.F 3-5 ,1 varlnr Tha tr,rrir.n KpfrnvPr! Kv3 "O"- a"1
BEFORE FOLIC J2 JUSTICE DAYTON.
Wednesday, Sept. 21st.
Ioune anil Charley had each to pay $0
rv t. i i
'the latter, J.
George Hawkins and Joseph Silva w
charged with conspiracy to wit, in r
S. W. Mahelona, replevin.
artlv heard and continued
assumpsit for $34. Plea of general
l)ornfsumpsit for $16.
Settled. Costs, $2.
I5EFORE Jl'DD, C. J.
Wednesday, Sept. 21st.
matter of the estate of J. M.
IMMoanauli, deceased. A schedule of real
debt.-, whs riled bv Cecil Brown, nuar-
r' - iii:iii inr fx ;i hi ni k 'i i ill i r i li-i ii ! i fin in .
v " v
- f iOU :
l- House lotion King street.
lj0t on Kln SIreor next IO
J House and premises at Aala
4- Property at Kapalama.
ierey ai ivapaaicea.
r- T a a 1
division of the property was agreed
uu ",at 1 -v
The CnoIerA In Cuile.
In the course of our foreign summary,
I Jiect that cholera is spreading in Chile.
Through the courtesy of the Foreign Of
fice we are enabled to publish the fol
lowing extract from a letter received
from H. H. M. Consul at Valparaiso,
under date June 15th, from which it is
'evident that the previous statement was
"The cholera epidemic which prevailed
in this country for some months past
ha3 entirely disappeared, there being no
case of such disease in this port and the
adjacent country, as is officially re
ported by the Chilean authorities."
Yesterday afternoon a friendly shoot
ing match took place at the King street
range between Frank Hustace and J. H
Fisher. They fired ten rounds each at
J - . . .. ..
200 yards with ttie following creditable
Fisher 3 44445454 441
54 5 535445 545
53 5 4 5 4444 442
The "Honolulu Almanac and Directory"
for 1837 is now on sale at J. H. Soper's
and A. M. Hewett's news depots, and at
this office. Price. 50 cents.
uennant Ahead m we jEu jjilsn.
Is England losing her grip? There was
a time when that nation had a way of
gobbling np all the trade of barbarous
peoples. English commerce and English
shopkeepers penetrated to the uttermot
corners of the globe, and fattened on thd
possessions of the unsophisticated barbar
ians on whom they descended. But
within a few years other nations have
been reaching out for a share of the
spoils. Even such uncommercial coun
tries as France and Italy have been at-
1 tacked bv the colonial fever, and Ger
many in particular has entered the field
as a serious rival. And the Germans go
into the contest with all the fervor of new
converts, and with even more than Eng
lish phlegm and stubbornness. It is Saxon
against Anglo-Saxon, with the odds in
favor of the parent stock. All through
the east, in Mexico and in other new
markets German traders and German
goods are pushing their way into favor at
the expense of the English.
And now comes a startled err from
Stanlev that the Teutons are carrying all
before them in the Congo region, driving j
OU uie ngusn, who uo not even mane
Ant tl-if "P-n rrl iil Tx-lir rlr T-i ri jaT-ar nrvol-n r
continues we mav ve to change
our theories about English becoming the
universal language, owing to the spread
of its trade, and substitute the German
X' AT 1. , 1 .1 t
Kilted by His Own Medicine.
a newspaper account of a
ho forgot to turn off the gas
and was killed by a?phxiation," said
-Of that doctor who was killed last
summer by takinsr hia own medicine." I
r rlii 'Km - - ;
(Tha Ool J BtllabU Blood Portiter.)
i SPECIFIC FOR
Gcrofula, Salt Rhoum,
flourafgla, Ring Worm
And all other Skin and Blood Disease.
IT ILXQTTLATZ3 TUB
LIVER AFJD KIDriEYS.
" area Iadet!a ma A mil dlaM itrUlnf fronf
mm eafebld eoadttlon of the jtttin.
Dr. Martine, of London, the coh
'rated specialist, says of PARDEE'S
REMEDY : " I have used it for twentv
years for Blood Diseases, such i
v crofula, Salt Rheum, Teter and Cancer
and I cannot recommend it too higb.lv.'
The HEV.DR.TnoMA8,ot Hong Kong
China, savs: "PARDEE'S REMEDY
is a wonderful medicine for tho Bkxxl.
I have prescribed it hundreds of time.-,
for Leprosy, and when given in time
it always cured the patient. I can
safely say that Leprosy will never break
out on persons who take Pardee
U f.med y regularly, and I adviso all per
sons living in countries where Leprosy
is prevalent to take Pardee's Remedy
as a preventive."
FOR SALE BY ALL CKUCCISTS IN HONOLULU.
8TKAM BOOK .INI) JOB
Is prepared to do all kinds of
Commercial & Lea1 Work
Having just Received a OimpJete and New
Job Types and Ornaments
Of the Latest Stvles. from the most Cele
brated Foundries of the United States,
and employing only Experieuoed
and Tastv Workmen, we are
prepared to turn out
Wortjf Rjte Blanks,
(In Hralian & Englifh)
And in fact evorj'thiBg which a flrst-clas
office can do.
Club House Dinios 'Rooms,
Lincoln Block, King: Street,
Will re-ofx-n for business on SATURDAY,
The upstairs portion of the Lous will l.e con
ducted aa a PRIVATE DINING ROOM, where a
most attractive bill of fare will be served up.
Rate per week
Down st&lrs will be provided with the best
value in town.
Bate per week . - - fel 50
Niugle Meals ... 23 cents
A share of public patronage 1b respectfully
I 1 1? 'jr. - i V
j The Equitable
Life Assurance Society
OF THE UNITED STATES,
Death claim paid in 1UO r cent
Asset, January 1. lSsT $75,510,472 7i
Liabilities, 4 percent basis. .. 59,151,507 00
Surplus, 4 percent basis $10,355,875 76
The surplus is based on the conservative
assumption that only 1 jer cent interest
will be realized on inve.-tments.
Asuming that IJi per rent will be real
ized, it amounts to JO,4i",175 7G.
IXT-TheSl'UPhrs.on tverv basis of
valuation. IS LARGER THAN THAT OF
ANY OTHER COMPANY IN THE
New assurance in IS.. $111,510,203 00
Larger than that of any otbtr company.
Outstanding assurance 411,779,003 00
Larctr than that of any othr company.
Paid policy holders in lsst;.. 8,330,(107 90
Paid policy holders since or
ganization nfi.547,783 53
Total income 10,873,733 19
Premium income lfi.272,154 t2
larger than tiiat of any other company.
IMPROVEMENT Pl'MSd THE YEAR.
lDrcaneof prem. income ?2,810,47 40
Increase of Hnrplun, 4 per ceut ia. 2,493,63ft
Increase of aaeta 8,957,05 5
Policies ioued on all the pUns, with all tha
guaranteea and concessions lor full particu
lars apply to
ALEX. J. OA RTWKIGHT,
fi'JZ mayl2 '88 No. .1 Kaahumanu atraat
CAR El AGIO COMPANY.
FIUST-C LA SS OA Kill AG ES
At all hours day and uibt, with competent
drivers and steady hoise.
TO JLi 15 T !
SADDLE HOUSES, BUOCilES, WAO
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, Hoad, Express or Dray
Horses. Guaranteed as represented or no sale.
Prices to suit the times. KINO UP 32, or apply to
MILES & IIAYLEY,
Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
Practical Plumber, Gastltter
71 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
IIOI SE AN D ftllll
JOB WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Bath Tubs, Water Closets, Wash Bowls, PlomU
tng Ooods of all kinds always on hand.
Australian Mail Service.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The new and ftne Al steel steamship
Of th Oceanic Steamship Company, will be dna
at lioueluln from Sydney and Auckland
on or about
September 23, 1887,
And will leave for the abere port with mails and
passengers on or about that date.
For freight or passage, having 8UPERI0R
ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to
Wm. (j. Irwin & Co.,
For Sydney and Auckland.
'j'he new and fine A 1 steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be
due at Honolulu from Han Francisco
or or abont
September 30, 1887.
And will have prompt dlspatcn with malls and
passeDgers for the above ports.
For freight or passage, having SUPKKIOIt AC
COMMODATIONS, apply to
Win. Gr. Irwin & Co.,
OX SALE AT THE
Corner Kintr and Alakea StM
Ex S. S. Australia,
BART LETT PEARS, PEACHES, MUS
CAT GRAPES, EATING and COOK
ING FRESH APPLES, CRAB
APPLES, CHERRIES ON
ICE, GERMAN PRUNES
At lowest prices. feb2 '7
Mutual Telephone Xo. 378.
ED. H0FFS0HLAEGER & CO.
Importers &. Commission Merchants
Queen Street, Honolulu, 11. I. 27-t
MAOFARLANE & C0-,
UOLFMLE DEALERS AND EJI
eral Jobbers in wwra ana liiwuun
No. 12 Uaahiimanu Street,