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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, SEPTEMBER 20, 1S87.
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The Court will go into mourning for His late
Itoyal HiguiifMs Prince l-:dward Keliiabonui
from this dale until on vt-ek from the day of
the funeral. CL P. US V. IAUKEA,
Jf. -M.'s Cliamherlain.
It has jilcasfd Hi Maj-tj- the Kiv.i' to a j point
the following gentlemen to Lf n:mi-rs of the
Board of Health:
Dr. X. U. Kuiersou, I'rt sidfiif ,
His Excellency L. A. Thurfto'j,
Hon. W. E. JCowell,
Hon. J. T. Waterhonse Jr.,
The Board of Health is now constituted as fol
low: Dr. N. Ii. Emerson, President;
Hia Excellency L. A. Thurston,
Ir. Geo. Trousseau,
Hon. "VV. E. llowell,
I ton. J. T. Waterhou.se Jr.
lolani Palace, Septcmhe.r l., 17.
Hit veriinieiil Loan.
Notice is hereby given that application for any
portion of the new loan, up to -200,000, 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, 1885, and
15th of October, 1H-;C, and bear interest at 6 per
cent per annum, payable semi-annually, and
are exempt from all Government taxes whatso
ever. W. L. GREEN,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, August lfi. 1887. 792au?17tf
hides, 4 bnndlea goat skins. 3 cases turkeys and
CO bales wool from the former place, and 135
sbtpp from the latter place; also 40 passengers.
Captains Chas Smith and Cbas Dudoit. former
ly of the lost steamer Jaioe3 1 Dowsett, have
been appointed First and Second Officers, re
epectively, of the steamer Likellke.
The schooner Haleakala is undergoing a gen
The steamer Kluau, Captain J A Loreuzen,
sails at t o'clock this afternoon for IIilo and way
The steamer Surprise takes to-day to llilo and
adjacent ports about 40,000 feet lumber, 40 tons
fertilizers, 40 tons guano and general merchan
dise. The steamer Likelike arrived Saturday morn
ing from Maui with CI bags sugar, 123 bags
potatoes, 1 horse and general merchandise. She
sails again this afternoon.
The American schooner Anna, Captain Will
iams, arrived at Kahului, Maui, Thursday, Sep
tember 22d, 18'2 days from San Francisco, with a
cargo of general merchandise. After finishing
dicLariug cargo she sailed again last Saturday,
September 24th, in ballast for Humboldt Lay,
The steamer J A Cummins arrived September
24th from Wahuanalo, Oahu, with 9'JO bo's
sugar, which were placed on board the bark
Ceylon. She leaves again to-day for Koolau and
The schooner Leahi brought 1,800 bas? paddy
from Hanalei, Rauai, last Saturday. She leaves
ward LaiI lu the .Mausoleum.
On Sunday afternoon the fnnonil of His
late Highness Prince Abel Kdward Kelii-
j New Youk, Srt.-iiiln'r Jth. It was
rejKjrted on the tx-k Exchange this
Tle Iteraaiun of Ihp Late ITince VaL j afternoon th..t JavCuild had houjht the
Baltimore ami Ohio telegraph lines r
i C"i;id..Tatioa of t3,.!,00 in Wttern
: I'nion stoek. The announei-im-nt wa
. ... . i t mon eivd, lul!v -JOO brokers jt itli
laie naiuruay nigitt me renuun nt-iu
moved from the bungalow, where they
had been lying since Wednesday, and
carried to the throne room. The service
commenced at 1 o'clock on Sunday. At
the head of the coflln sat their Majesties
the Kin and Queen, II. 11. II. Princess
Liliuokalani, II. II. II. Princess Poomai
kelani, II. K. II. Princess Kaiulani,
His Excellency J. O. Dominis, Governor
of Oahu, and lion. A. S. CTeghorn. On j
the right were their Excellencies the j
Minister of Foreign Atfairs, Minister of j
Interior and Attorney General, Chief ;
! ir.g an.'U.M 1 the sj-ot allotted t it in the j
j Exchange, and their purchases, which j
i were enormous, forced prices from 77'
j to 7078' in les than three ju. liters of an I
hour. Gould wa on Wall street a j
; gxd part of the day and in conference !
with members of the Baltimore and '
Ohio syndicate for over an h..;:r and a '
half. President Green of the Western i
Enion Telegraph Company, refused to !
speak in regard to the matter. '
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Life Assurance Society
, OE THE E MTE I STATES.
LH-ath cIitiuiN paid in t.r;.
Avscts, Jamiarv 1, is.s,,
. . IV) p?r cent
7."i 10.472 7ti
v;'f.' ' hiat'iUties, 4 per cent l.a-is . . .9,lM,5f7 U
Aklr':f:f , , . ...
-j rj-r-J if -?5VV" ' "rpnti. 1 percent i.a- li,355.875 7
'!' t C'ojtitiilioii.
P. C. AiiVKunsKit oiiico
CHU ON & CO.,
, Ar ,T T t. printed t!ie new ( onststution m pam- '
McCul v and Mrs. McCullv. Mr. Justice . ... . . . ;
Bickerton and Mrs. Bickerton. On the
1.ff ITi'j Kvpnllonpr Hen Vr ATrtvrill I"
. . T . t t r I contains tho old C oi:t itutton, ana ;
,.r , , ii t ir si i "ill be sold at the old pnei
odehouso, H. I. M. s CommisMoner i A C()j,v
and Consul General; Senhor A. de I ,
phlet form. It is inserted in the "Hono- I
lulu Almanac and Directory," which '
-tilt v cents
I'OJW OF HONOLULU, II. i.
Alt ICS V.!,!.
Sati koay, Seiteiuler 24.
RMSS Mariposa, Hayward, 12 days from the
StmrKinau, Lorenzen. from Maui and Hawaii
htniT Likelike, Davies. from JIaul and Hawaii
fitrar Mokolli, McGregor, from Molokai
Kehr Leahi, from Hanalei, Kauai
Kchr Moi Wahine from Hamakua
Huxda v, Septemlier 25.
Stmr Mikahala, Freeman, from Kauai
Simr Kilauea llou, from Hamakua
Schr Kaulilua, from Kauai
Schr Kauikeaouli, from Kohala
IniiortorM and lrlerH in Chinese
nul Jaitimese Goodn, 43 Xiiiihiiu
Have constantly on hand Silk, Satin,
Craje, 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
Ivory, Sandalwood and Tortoiseshell
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 received, ex Hawaiian bark
"Lilian," a large invoice of Ebony and
Marble Furniture in sets. Table, Chairs
A full assortment of Flower Pots, Arti
stmr Likelike, Davies, for Kahuiui and way ficial Flower Baskets, Lacquered and
ports, at 5 pin R:vmhnn Hoods, etc.
Ktitip Mntnl l.1, (irpcrnr. for Mrtlnkiif. at .1 !
Saiubdat, September 21.
RMSS Mariposa, Hayward, for San Fran
Am bktne 8 (r Wilder, A H Paul, for San
Francisco, at 2 p m
TmhcW I,evlti:r To-tiny.
Stmr Kinau, Lore nzau, for Maui and Hawaii, at
Stmr C It Bishop, Chaney, for Waianae, Wai-
alua and Koolau, at 9 a m
Stnir lwalani, Weir, for Hamakua, Hawaii, via
Lahaina, at 8 a m
Stmr James Makee, for Kapaa, at 5 p m
Stmr Waimanalo, for Waianae at 9 a lit
Stmr J A Cummins. Neilaon. for Koolau
Htrnr Surprise, Weiabarth, for Laupahoehoe and
Am bark St Luci, J T Erskine, for Tuget
Schr Mol Wahine, for Hamakua
Schr Leahi, for Hanalei
The public is respectfully invited to
inspect our goods. 763 feb2
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTES.
Bargains can now he 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 teaens' store, in oruer to mane
room for the new stock.
The most wonderful values in ladies' and
mis:?s' trimmed and untrimmed hats ever
offered in Honolulu are at Fishel's leading
During my absence the entire stock will
From the Colonies, per Maripo.a. September
24t Mdme Joran, Mls.ua Lulu, Pauline and
Elise Joran, 31 Bahbitt, Master Ward and three
From windward ports, per Kinau, September
24th L Cabot, 1 J dribble, J Soy bold, S Man
heim, C Afonn and three daughters, J R Sneycl
Kynnersley, wife and child, Mrs M J Pairo, Mid.s
A Finckler, Wong Kwai, J K Kaunamano, A
. Sinclair, wife and child, W i-ennell and 73 deck
From Molokai, per Mokolil September 24th- U offered at reduced prices in order to
t ,i t hv.hv. wroh "i.i,w make room for the new stock. .. b. bachs
S Maule, A M Sproul, Mrs Banuing, E M Walsh
and wife h Morrison, miss Agnes Kaiua, u r Come to-morrow and bring vour friends
Wilder, Capt J Love tl, wife and child, Job Nau- . . ,.
kana, 2 Chinese and luS deck passengers, in- to see the mammoth bargains ill ladies
eluding IB lepers. hat from 50c up at Chas. J. FishePs lead-
From nauai, per MiKanaia, ptemoer -oin . fin:n(,PV. Knuse
Col Z S Spalding, H II Wilcox. Mrs J Borland mg MUlmerv llOUe
and 2 children, il Robinson, 11 Dol.son, Mrs J
Mahoe, C Christian, J K Farley, Miss Lindsay, A
Lindsay and DO deck passengers.
For San Francisco, per barkeutiue S G Wilder.
Souza Canavarro, Portuguese Commis
sioner and Consul; Monsieur Laurent
Cochelet, French Consul and Commis
sioner; Admiral Kimberley and officers
of the U. S. flagship Vandaiia. There
were also present the Captains and
officers of the U. S. S. Alams and
Juniata, and II. F. M. S. Conquest and
Cormorant; Captain II. W. Mis.t, II. N.,
Secretary of Foreign Affairs; Hon. and
Mrs. Antone Rosa, etc.
The service was read by the Right
Rev. the Ilishop of Honolulu and the
lesson by the Rev. Alex. Mackintosh.
The ninetieth Psalm was chanted by the
surpliced choir of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, and the hymns, "Rock of Ages" j
and "My God, My Father, While I
Strayed," were sung by members of the
Kawaihau Club. Mr. Wray Taylor pre
sided at the organ. At the conclusion of
the service the Royal party retired. The
arrangements were under the direction
of Col. the Hon. C. P. Iaukea H. M.'s
At 2 o'clock a procession was formed
on King street, under the direction of
Major Kahalewai of the King's Guard.
It started in the following order:
Marshal of the Kingdom.
St. Louis Cadets.
Royal School Cadets.
Major Commanding and Starf.
Royal Hawaiian Band.
Clergy of the Anglican Church.
Bishop of Honolulu.
Bearer of Jewels.
(Monday. Scpteniber '21!, ISS7.
Reappearance of the favorites after iluir nio-t
successful a iul extended Austxaliaii lour.
(The Onlr Rellabl Mood rarifler.)
Scrofula, SaSt Rhoun:,
?eura!giaf Ring Worn;
rtd ell other Skin and Blood Disease-.
it uratTLATrs TUB
LSVER AVID KIDKEYG-
rx InJeAtlon and nil dtefte orj-ilnx lr:r
u enfeeble! condition of the iyfttcm.
M'aktixe, of London, t!.o c;-h-;.;t.'d
spM-ia!i-t, says of PARDEE',
vSilEDY : I have used it for t wens
for Blood Diseases, such ;:.
'ula, Salt Rheum, Teter and Cancer
I cannot recommend it too hij:!i!v.'
i he Ur.v. Dn. Thomas, ot HongKon '
-a. ,mvs: "PARDEE'S REMEDY
i v.-..'nd-rful medicine for tho llo,l
e prescribed it hundreds of time
r ! ."prosy, and when given in t i in
: always cured the patient. 1 -a:
:'c!y say that Leprosy will never bie::l
;i on per.-ons who take 1kii:k
1; mi !y regularly, nnd I advise all jhm
!-. o.'ng in countries where Lepro-v
. prevalent to take Raudl's Ki:mj;i
01 GALE D ALL DRUGGISTS !N HONOLULU.
The surplus is haet on the conservative
amnption that only t per cent interest
( will le re'alizf! on inv'tiufut.
Assuming that llj per cent will be real
I ized. it amounts to lir.17.r 70.
f?-The Sl'lll'l.rs. on cverv basis of
va.'uaiioti. IS L A lU i K 11 T II A X TH AT OF
ANY OTH Kli COMPANY IN THK
! New assurance in lsst; $111 ,540,'JO3 00
; Larger than that of any other company.
: Outtandin!? assurance 4 II, 779.093 00
Larger tljan that of any other company.
; raid policy holders in 1SS,;.. 8,33(3,007 0
; Paid policv holders since or-
ianiz.ition W.M7.783 53
T)tal income 1J,.S73,733 19
; Premium income 10.272,154 02
, Larger thau tiiat of any other company.
IMPKOVKMKNT DCIUNO THE YEAR.
: Incrtaseof prem. income ?2,810,475 40
1 livr-aseof surplus, 4 percent l.asis. 2,4:,C;t8 CR
j Increase of assets 8,957,085 2
j Policies issued on all !.e 1H8, with all th
guarantees and concession Por full particu
j lars apply to
! ALKX. J. 0ARTYVRIGI1T,
) CS2 mayr.' '8$ No. ;l Kaahunianu tret.
OAllIU AG E ( J03IPANY.
Miss Lula Joran,
Miss Pauline Joran,
Miss Elise Joran,
The smallest and therefore the greatest marvel
ot the three, who will he asitdd on this
occasion by the eminent young
Tickets can he oMained at A. M. Ilewett's
hook .store. Merchant street, and at the door.
Hawaiian Opera House.
t i-i :k
Chili House Diiiiiif Rooms,
Lincoln lloeli, Si in-- Street,
Will re-opcu for lm.sinps on SATl'UDAY,
KI RST-C I SS C A i RI A( J ES
At all hours day and night, with competent
drivers and steady noise.
TO JL :k T !
j SADDIdi IIOUSKS, BU(;IES, WAO-
OXlTfKS, VILLACJK CARTS
With good, reliable horses.
The upstairs portion of tin- house will he con
ducted as a IKIVATi: DINING KOOM, where a
most attractive bill of laie will be served up.
Ilute ier eck
FRANK M. CLAEK S
AH-Slar Novcllv Cuiiibination.
Down stairs will he
value in town.
Kale per wee!
provided with the best
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 oh repreHented or no aal.
Prices to tsuit the times. RING UP 32. or apply to
MILES & IIAYLEY,
Hawaiian Hotel Stahles.
A share of public patronage is r
sp ctfuny ! Practical Plumber, Gaslitter
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
September U4th C W Duguette and wife, Mr
and Mrs W Crooks and R Sprague.
For San Frhncisco, per Mariposa, September
24th W S Dubois. C ii Deering, J S Walker, Jr,
S Ehrlich, Miss F.arlich, T C Porter and wife, J
D Lane, wife and child, Mrs S W Wilcox, C Burn
han, B J Lillie and wile, li Waterhouse, W Fen
nell, M Green, M Adelsdorfer, W Anderson, G
Remoff, O W Coffee, 11 Ferguth, wife and child,
M Andiade and 78 passengers in transit.
Th Oceanic Company's staiuship Mariposa,
Captain H M llayward, sailed September 2tth at
noon for San Francisco, with 7 boxes betel
leaves, 1,103 bunches bananas and J,50t pack
ages simdries in transit from the Colonies. Tue
domestic cargo was valued at 51,138.
The schooner Kauikeaouli arrived yesterday
The schooner Kaulilua arrived Sunday from
The steamer Mikahala arrived yesterday from
Kauai with 772 bas sugar, 63 hides, 1 bull and 71)
The American clipper barkentine S. G. Wilder,
Captain A. H. Paul, sailed at 2 o'clock Saturday
afternoon for San Francisco with 18,54 bags
sugar, 14,1CG of which were shipped by Messrs F
ASchaefer& Co. The cargo weighed 1,W.,8J5
pounds and was valued at $73,075 5-.
The steamer Kinau brought CO bags potatoes,
40 hides, 100 bags rice bran, one horse, 120 pack
ages sundries and 13 hides.
The bark Caibarien has been berthed near the
Oceanic Company's wharf.
The Hawaiian steamship Australia will leave
to-morrow for San Francisco.
The American barkeutine St. Lucie did not
leave last Saturday for Puget Sound.
The schooner Moi Wahine arrived last Satur
day in ballast from Hamakua, Hawaii, and will
leave again to-day.
The steamer Kilauea Hon arrived yesterday
from Hamakua, Hawaii.
The Hawaiian bark Lilian, Captain Geo B Hol
land, arrived at Samoa after a smart run of 132
days from Honolulu, with Chinese passengers.
The Lilian was to proceed thence for the Gilbert
Islands, en route for Jalnit, Marshall Islands,
and is expected to reach the last mentioned
plact about the 1st of next month. The Lilian
may be expected at Honolulu about the middle
The steamer W G Hall will leave to-morrow
morning for Maui and Hawaii.
The teamerMokolii arrived Saturday morning
from Molokai and Lanai, with IS head cattle. 50
The Jorans are in town.
Mr. Lewis J. Levey has turkeys for sale.
The Jorans to-night at Y. M. C. A. Hall.
Y. M. C. A. book-keeping class to-night.
Tickets for the Joran concert at Hewett's
The Blue Ribbon entertainment Satur
day evening was well attended.
Ve have been compelled to hold over
Island notes and other local matter.
Mr. T. Wills has been appointed School
Agent for the district of Hana, Maui.
Mr. James F. Morgan will sell valuable
real estate at his salesroom at noon to-day.
If you want to hear how the violin is
played go to the concert at Y. M. C. A.
Hall this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sneyd Kynnersley of
Kohala arrived by the Kinau and are stop
ping at the Hawaiian Hotel.
Messrs. Cabot and Gribble, surveyors for
the new railroad on Hawaii, are in the city,
having arrived by the Kinau.
To-night, at the Y. M. C. A. Hall, you
will have the only opportunity of hearing
Signor Iloselli, the eminent young baritone.
A line twelve-pound carp, taken front
Mr. Henry Macfarlane's fishpond, at Wai
kiki, was on exhibition in Hewett's window
Reserved seats for Frank M. Clark's All
Star Novelty Company are now on sale at
Ilollister ct Co.'s drugstore, and not at
There was a crowded house to see the
All-Star Novelty Company Saturday night.
They play again this evening with an en
tire change of programme.
Seldom, if ever, has a more eloquent rec
itation been delivered in Honolulu than
that by Mr. V. M. Leman at the Blue Rib
bon entertainment on Saturdav evening, j
In our report of the camprire of the Geo.
W. DeLong Post. Mr. S. li. Dole's interest
ing address inadvertently escaped mention,
owing to our reporter having to leave early.
There was a very tine exhibition by .Sunday-schools
yesterday morning at the Ka
waiahao Church under the direction of
Hon. V. li. Castle. Seven schools took
part in the exercises.
Carriage of Her Majesty the Queen.
Carriage of H. R. H. Prince&s Liliuokalani.
Governor of Oahu and Staff.
The procession passed through King
to Nuuanu street ; thence to the Royal
mausoleum, and was viewed by a large
number of people. At the mausoleum
the committal service was read by the
Bishop of Honolulu.
BIG HIT !
irnir A fill
THE GliFAT (HLITnHNU I NSFCT1CIDE.
lealli of C. TV. Hart.
Mrs. C. W. Hart, wife of the ex-Road
Supervisor, died rather suddenly at her
residence, Beretania street, Saturday
evening. She had been ailing for some
time past, but it was not thought she
was seriously ill. The deceased was
about 33 years of age. The funeral took
dace yesterday afternoon from her late
residence, the Rev. Alexander Mackin
tosh conducting the services.
Ami Complete Change of rrnrHiiiuie
To-jj iff lit.
Beware ot imitations,
Which are 'jfins put npon the market.
I fold on'y hj
LAST THREE SHOWS.
Jlondav, Tuesday ami TIi
Among the through passengers by the
Mariposa was the Right Rev. Monsignor
Raimondi, Bishop of Acantho and Vicar
Apostolic of Hongkong. His Lordship
is on a tour lor the benefit of his health.
During his stay here he was shown
round by the Right Rev. the Bishop of
Olba and Very ;Rev. Father Leonore.
Bishop Raimondi was accompanied by
M. Raul Lu Chin, a Chinese student
who is preparing for the priesthood.
Prior to their departure for Australia.
Reserved seats to he had at HOLLISTKR A:
CO., Dniffgiats, Fort street.
URING MY ABSENCE FTU)M THK K1NG-
dom C. J. Lane v ill act for me with full
power of attorney. J. D. LANE.
jiii, Siiiiil & Co.
Sole Agents in the
and Mfg. Co.
STOCKTON, OA L.
71 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
iiorsn axd niiii
JOR WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Bath TuhB. Water Closets. Wash Bow In. Plumb.
tug Goods of all kinds always on hand.
Australian Mail Service.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The new and fine Al steel steamship
Of tb Oceanic Hteamshlp Company, will be du
at Honolulu from Sydney and Auckland
od or about
October 21, 1887,
And will leave for the abave port 'With mails and
paasentfers on or about that date.
For freight or passage, having HUPERJOK
ACCOMMODATIONS. mily to
Win. (t. Irwin & Co.,
For Sydney ami Auckland.
l'ue new and fine Al steel steamship
The Royal Mail steamship MariKsa
arrived early Saturday morning from the
Colonies. She left Sydney September
7th at 4 :58 p. m., and arrived at Auck
land on the 11th at 4:45 p. m. Ex
perienced heavy westerly winds with
heavv sea first three davs out ; thence
'tine weather, light winds and moderate
sea. Left Auckland on the 12th at S p.
m. Stopped of Tutuila on the 10th at
5:15 p.m. Alter leaving Auckland ex
perienced tine weather and moderate
sea to port.
The Mariposa brought as cabin pas-
sengers for this port Mrs. Jorn, Misses !
Lula, Pauline and Elise Joran, Signor !
Koselli, II. Babbitt, Master Ward and j
three steerage passengers. She had in
transit twenty-live cabin and a number ;
of steerage passengers, also an unusually '
large consignment of gold. '
The Mariposa left for San Francisco i
shortly after noon on Saturdav. !
J. E. Brown & Co.
42 MERCHANT STKEET.
Bell Telephone 172. p. O. Box iu9
Mutual Telephone SCI.
Oceanic Steamship Co "ALAMEDA,"
(11 WMIMOMU i : UiiU
- General Agency for Hawaiian Islands of the
Burlington and Chicago
Connecting at Bo.Mon wi;h tLe Azores and
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The A3 steam-hip
V.'i.'! ir-ave n:,oi'.i!ii fur the above port rn
For or '.i--r.c apj.ir f.,
AVm. G. Irvdu & Co.,
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be
due at Honolulu from han Francisco
or or about
Septemlier 30, 1887.
And will have prompt dl.ipatcn with mails and
passengers for the above ports.
For freight or passage, having SUPERIOR AC
COMMODATIONS, apply to
Win. Ct. Irwin & Co.,
iTl'roperties Leased. Rented am! Sold. Lenal
Documents Drawn. Docks Audited and Adjusted.
Authorized Collector Mr. Thomas Iseovesro.
PAUL XEUM ANN'S
The ' HduoIhIu Alni:uuu' atid Iirect.ry''
for lv;7 5 now oil s;iie at J. II. Soger's
and A. M. Hi'W tt' news depnts, and ut
thi? othce. Price. ;yj i t-uts.
a V M. 11 :.(. u or
J rest-nt the In to Mf
M. n!sfiiifr I. II. ilav-fllt-i! will ri-
Hrpteinl er 14, lss?.
s n in. ii. lrw, . .s. 1 k.
1 . M. 11 , -1 I w..
!..., Ml- '.j-Mir v;l
I.. I J.
1 1 t
'i Tin k i t -
, e full d-.iirf .if
1 1 It KuR.i'ifiit.
j ON SALE AT THE
I California Market,
Corner Kinsr niul Alakca Nts.,
Ex S. S. Australia,
RARTLETT PEARS, PEACHES, 3IUS
CAT GRAPES, EATING and COOK
ING FRESH APPLES, CRAB
APPLES, CHERRIES ON
ICE, GERMAN PRUNES
At Iowent prices. feb2C '87
.Mutual Teloi2ione 3io. 378.
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.
Importer A- Commition Merchants
Ouen street, Honolulu, II. I. 27-t
MAOFARLANE & C0-,
TIIOI.r.SAI.K DRALKRN ANl URX
f eral Jobbers in WLNKM and LIQUOK
No. V2 K nali 11 man ti S tree I.
HONOLULU. 21 U