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PACIFIC COMMERCIAI ADVERTISER, OCTOBER 5, 188?.
BY AUTHORITY
Cioveriinseiit Iorii.
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, 1886, and
loth of October, 1886, 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 16. 1887. 792augl7tf
i0KT OF HONOLULU, H. J.
Tuesday. October 4.
Stmr Wiialeale, from Hanalei
Stmr W G Hall, Bates, from Maui and Ha
waii IK1 A KTITRES.
Tuesday, October 4.
Stmr Kinau, Lorenzen, for Maui and Hawaii, at
4pm
Stmr lakelike, Davies, for Kahului and way
ports, at 5 p m
Stmr Kilauea Hon, for Paahau, Kohalalele,
Kukaiau and Ookala, at 5 p m.
Stmr Mikahala, Freeman, for Nawiliwili, Wai
mea, Koloa, etc, Kauai, at 5 p ni
stmr Surprise, Weisbarth, forLaupahoehoeand
Hilo
Schr Moi Wahine, for Hamakua
Schr Luka, from Kauai
Schr Kawailani, for Koolau. Oahu
Schr Sarah and Eliza, for Koolau
i-chr Mile Morris, for Koolau
Schr Waiehu, for Waialua
Schr LiholiLo, for Kauai
Vessels lchviks: To-tiny.
Stmr Iwalani, "Weir, for Hamakua, Hawaii, via
Lahaina, at 8 a ni
H B M S Cormorant, Xicolls, for the South Sea
Islands
Stmr C It Bishop, Chaney, for Waianae, Wai
alua and Koolau, at 8 a m
Vessels in Port rrom roreiun Hons.
US S Vandalia.Rear Admiral Lewis A Kimbely,
from Callao, S. A.
USS Juniata, G T Davis, from Acapulco, S
America
II B M S Conquest, Chas L Oxley, from Vic
toria. B C
II B M S Cormorant, Nicoll, from Esqimault
BC
II H M S Kaimlloa, Geo E G Jackson, from Sa
moa -
Am bk Ceylon, R Calhoun, from Tort Town
send Am bk Caibarien, G A Perkins, from San Fran
cisco Nor bark Vikar, H Maguesen, from Bremen
Am brgtne WG Irwin, McCulloch, from San
Frccisco
Haw bk James A King, H H Berry, from Puget
Sound
vessels JKxieei'l from Foreign I'orfs
Ger bk Peter Gbddefroy,
sailed from
Liverpool May 3rd, due Sept 1-25.
Brit oark Birmah, from Glasgow, due October
15-31 , , ,
Am Lk Edward May, Johnson, sailed from
Boston June 23d, due Nov 1-25
Am ship Matilda, Merriman, from Hongkong,
due July 12-31 4l
Chilean corvette Esmeralda, from South
America
French frigate Ducrex, from Chile
French frigate Florie. from Chile
Am bark Sonoma, T H Griffiths, from Port
Townsend, W T, due Aug 20-31
Brit ship Mi n, sailed from London August 24
Am bktne Amelia, W Newhall.from Port Town
tend, 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 Wikman, from Eureka, Cal,
.duesBept 1-10
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 Newcastle, N S W,
due at Kahului, Maui, Oct 1020
HI J M 3 Tsukuba, from Acapulco, Mex, due
Feb 20-23
Am S S San Pablo, Wilson, from San Francisco,
due Oct 8
Am bktne Klikitat, Cutler, from Port Town
send, due Sept 22-2G
Am bktne Nellie May from Newcastle, N S W,
due October 2030.
Am bk Alden Bessie, O'Brien, from Portland,
Or. en rotate to Hongkong, due Oct 15-25
Am bk Southern Chief, from Portland Or, en
route to Hongkong, due Oct 20-31
Haw schr Canute, from Humboldt Bay, Cal,
.tue Oct 10-25
Haw S S Australia, H C Houdlette, from San
Francisco, due Oct 18
Haw S S Zealandia, II van Oterendorp, from
Colonics, eri route to San Francisco, due Oct 21
ABK1VALS.
From Hawaii and Maui, per steamer W G
Hall, October 4 Walter Hill, C N Spencer, Hoa
J D Paris, Or M Hoedicke, J Meinecke, Right
Rev Lord Bishop of Honolulu, Mrs Alfred Willis
Mrs C N Haley and 2 children. Mr3 J Jerkeusen,
C W P Kaeo, A Alai, 3 Chinese and 108 deck pas
sengers. DEPAK TURKS.
For Kauai per steamer Mikahala October 4
Mr Ju Id, Hon Paul Isenberg, Paul Isenberg, Jr,
J F Hackfeld, H H Wilcox, C Borchgrevink,
Miss J F Spear, Miss M Hill, Hon W H Rice and
wife, Miss M Lindsay and about 30 deck passen
gers. For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau, October
4 Hon Fred H Hayselden, Mr Morehead, Miss
Hattie Dunn, Levi 1 Kaiama, wife, 3 children
and servant, R liycioft, Miss Millan, Rev J Wai
amau, P A Dias, C B Wells, J II Kenton, Jas Ren
toh and wife, Mrs Stroehback, Mr Farlinger, J A
Beckwith, E G Hitchcock, D II Hitchcock, Dr
Sheldon, Dr C A Peterson, wife, 2 children and
nurse, II H Webb and several others.
For Maul and Molokai, per stmr Likelike, Octo
ber 4 Hon E U Bailey, Wm Smith, A R Row at,
Capt J Lowell and servant, C J Gunning, D M
. Crowley, Ed Hughes. A M Sproull and about 40
.deck passengers.
SUK'i'LXi liOTESi.
'The steainer Likelike took two boilers from
;he Honolulu Iron Works for Kipahulu, Maui,
Jctobr4tu.
The German bark Peter Goddefroy, Captain
Moehler, is due any moment from Liverpool.
The bark Hope may be expected to arrive dur
ing this week with a cargo of lumber from
Puel Sound.
The steamer Waialeale arrived October 4th
from Hanalei and Kilauea, Kauai, via Waialna,
with 1,100 bags sugar and 10 passengers. She
.will leave again tc-morrow afternoon.
The steamer W. G. Hall arrived October 4th
from Maui and Hawaii with 1,675 bags sugar.
439 bags bones, 68 bags awa, 16 bags coffee, 86
hides, 4 horses and 93 packages sundries.
The steamer James Makee took 23 mules to
Kapaa, Kauai, October 4th.
The steam dredger suspended operations last
week.
The bark Ceylon wants 300 tons more sugar
before she completes loading, and therefore will
not leave to-day for San Francisco.
The steamer Iwalani sails this morning at 8
o'clock for Hamakua, via Lahaina.
H. B. M. S. Cormorant, Captain James C. T,
Nicolis, is expected to leave to-day for Fanning's
Island and other islands in the South Pacific.
The steamers Kinau, Likelike, Kilauea Hon
and Mikahala left ye terday afternoon for their
ual ports.
CHU ON & C0.Y
Importers and Dealers In Chinese
anU Japanese Gootfs, 42 Nnaann
Street.
Have constantly on hand Silk, Satin,
Crape, Grass Cloth, Embroidered and
Hemstitched Silk and Grass-cloth Hand
kerchiefs, Silk and Crape Shawls and
Scarfs.
A great variety of Japanese and Chi
nese Tea Sets, Vases, Bronze and Lac
quered Wares.
Ivory, Sandalwood and Tortoiseshell
Card Cases, Paper Cutters, Fans and
Jewelry Cases.
Gold and Silver Jewelry, setting with
tiger claws, cat-eyes and amber, such as
Scarf Pins, Earrings, Bracelets, 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 bark
' Lilian," a large invoice of Ebony and
Marble Furniture in sets. Table, Chairs
and Settees.
A full assortment of Flower Pots, Arti
ficial Flower Baskets, Lacquered and
Bamboo Goods, etc.
The public is respectfully invited to
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 FishePa leading
Millinery House.
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 50c up, at Chas. J. Fishel's lead
ing Millinerv House.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Joran concert Thursday evening.
H. B. M. S. Cormorant leaves for the
South Seas to-day.
Merchant street is being repaired and
the sidewalks attended to.
The Bishop of Honolulu and Mrs. Willis
returned from Hawaii yesterday.
The usual prayer meeting at the vestry
of the Fort-street Church this evening.
Box plan for the Joran concert Thurs
day night is now open at J. H. Soper's, 27
Merchant street.
Mr. Mark P. Robinson has retired from
the firm of Allen & Robinson, as will be
seen by a notice in another column.
Full particulars of Frank Godfrey's
Ready Reference and Directory will be
found in a notice in another column.
Read it.
There will be the usual service at St. An
drew's Cathedral this evening at 7:30
o'clock, conducted by the Rev. Alexander
Mackintosh.
Annual meetings of the Hilo Sugar Com
pany and Hutchinson Plantation Com
pany at 10 o'clock this morning, at the
office of W. G. Irwin & Co.
The Superintendent of the Water Works
has an important notice in another col
umn, with regard to the supply of water
from the lower Nuuanu reservoir.
Eighteen of the students at Lahainaluna
Seminary, Maui, came down by the
steamer W. G. Hall yesterday. It is
understood that only a few students re
mained at the school, nearly 50 having
left on account of the change in the Prin
cipalship. Supreme Tourt October Term.
BEFORE BICKERTON, J.
Tuesday, October 4th
The King vs. Lyons, forgery. Tried
before a Hawaiian jury, who return a
verdict of acquittal. A. P. Peterson,
Deputy Attorney General, for the Crown, )
Antone Rosa lor detenaant.
AT CHAMBERS BEFORE PRESTON, J.
In re guardianship of John M. Ka
pena. Petition of Alexandrina Leihulu
Kapena, daughter of John M. Kapena,
that a guardian be appointed to have
the care and custody of his person and
the management of his estate. The
Court ordered the petition granted, and
appointed Chas. T. Guhck guardian, he
to file usual inventory, and that the cost
of these proceedings be paid out of the
that debts for his maintenance since his
bankruptcy be investigated, and if cor
rect be left until report of . property is
found.
BEFORE JUDD, C. J.
In equity. J. H. Henderson et al. vs.
W. F. Allen, receiver Hana Plantation,
et al., and Oscar IJnna vs. Cecil Brown,
executors of the will of A. Unna, and
others. Hearing of receiver's statement.
Continued from Monday.
Police Court.
BEFORE POLICE JUSTICE DAYTON.
Tuesday, October 4th.
Keane Kalawela was charged with
malicious injury and mischief in break
ing a canoe. Remanded to the 6th.
Henry Robinson was charged with as
sault and battery on Aia. He was found
not guilty and discharged.
Akana and Moeipo had each to pay
$6 far drunkenness.
Several other cases were continued.
William II. Uppincott.
The citizens of Honolulu will be
amused and entertained for an hour on
Friday evening next, commencing at 8
o'clock, at the hall of the Y. M. C. A.,
by Mr, William H. Lippincott, late of
Philadelphia, but who now proposes to
remain on the Islands as a general mer
chandise broker and correspondent for
several Eastern papers. He is also pre
paring an illustrated magazine of articles
to attract attention to our Isles to induce
travel and settlers. The audience may
get glimpses of it prior to its publication
in the East.
Death of Josiah Haaukai.
Josiah Kaaukai, a promising young
Hawaiian, died yesterday afternoon at
his residence, Merchant street, of ma
larial fever. For the last five years he
has been employed as copyist at the
Record Office, and Mr. Malcolm Brown,
the Deputy Registrar, speaks of him as
a very steady and industrious young
man. The deceased, who is about 20
years of age, was a drummer in the
King's Own and a member of Hook and
Ladder Company. The funeral takes
place on Sunday.
Tlie New 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 old price fifty cents
a copy.
The "Honolulu Almanac and Directory"
for 1887 is now on sale at J. H. Soper's
and A. M. Hewett's news depots, and at
this office. Price. 50 cents.
Trinkets That Are Popular.
It is some years since the jewelers made
the lucky pig a popular trinket. Every
one for a time wore lucky pigs as charms,
bangles or what not. When pork became
a surfeit the elephant took its place. Men
dangled them at their watch chains and
women wore them in their ears. They
were made into pins and pendants, and
even adapted to the embellishment of
finger rings and bracelets.
The eye of destiny an Egyptian
emblem, was the next fad. Now it is a
mouse. Mouse jewelry is already the go
in London and Paris, and is commencing
to find favor here. And women, who
stand most in dread of the little living
beast, will do him honor in effigy for
fashion's sake. What with pigs and
elephants and mice, the adaptation of the
animal kingdom to decorative purposes is
well begun. Before the work is done we
shall probably be able to muster a com
plete menagerie in a collection of the
average belle's obsolete jewelry.
Some very queer charms have come into
vogue lately,, in the shape of South
American beetles. These insects are
caught and dried. They become quite
hard, and their backs afford a beautiful
play of iridescent colors. They are set in
rims of gold, and often whole necklaces
are made of them. But they are costly
trinkets, for their shells are easily crushed,
when they drop to dust in their settings.
I saw a wonderfully pretty and odd neck
lace at a big jewelry counter the other
day. It was made of little crabs, united
with wire links. The metal was silver,
with shadings produced by oxidization.
In the same shop was a monkey necklace,
also in silver, enameled. The little mon
keys were umied by their claws and tails,
and they made a very quaint and unique
though decidedly ugly ornament. Indeed,
the only uglier thing in this line that I
know of is a spider necklace in gold and
jewels, which I saw displayed several
t'iues this winter on the voluminous bust
ei a lady in an opera box. Alfred Trum
$ttt In New York Nsws.
Sea E.ions in Central Park.
The eight sea lions at Central park are
just now attracting much attention. They
were captured about anonth ago on St.
Paul's and St. George's islands off the
coast of Alaska, and arrived here last
week overland from San Francisco. The
animals made the journey in big crates,
reaching their destination in just six days
and eight hours. They were badly fright
ened by their trip and would not eat any
thing at first, but they were nevertheless
the eight happiest sea lions in existence
when they were set free in the cranes'
pond at the park and found that the water
was really wet. They plunged into the
pool one after another as fast as they were
released and speedily congregated in the
center, where they poked up their long,
silng neses at the moon, and bellowed
''Ov! ow! ow!" with a masculine, Wild
TVest show accent. Then they turned over
and over like acrobatic dolphins with big
flippers and made the water foam until
they were tired with their exertions, when
they reassembled in the center of thj
basin and rubbed noses and caressed eacP
other, in their excess of joy.
There is a nice little house on the banks
of the basin filled with soft hay, and the
ground for some distance around the
house is liberally strewn with hay. But
the lions at first preferred to huddle to
gether in the basin, where nobody could
get a good view of them. Keeper Shan
non tried to rout them out with a long
pole, but his efforts only resulted in set
ting the sea lions snarling like tigers.
Several expedients were tried with a sim
itar result. Finally an assistant pro
duced a family umbrella and holding it
toward the lions opened and shut it as
fast as he could. The lions gave a terrific
chorus of "ows," which they changed to a
prolonged snarl of "b-r-r-r," and with
awkward, ungainly flounders clambered
over the sides of the basin and flopped
along the bank in great haste to escape
from the umbrella. New York Tribune.
Stage Make Up on the street.
The stage make up is now exceedingly
well done by the majority of artists. Few
leading actors fail in transforming nature
or so imitating her that the imitation is
not better than the original at a distance
of fifteen paces. When, however, the
make up is carried into real life and the
actor wears his facial war paint by the
light of the day, the effect is decidedly un
pleasing. A woman who thus aids na
ture to put it mildly may be forgiven,
but a man with painted lips and darkened
eyes is a ghastly spectacle, even though he
does belong to the profession and is of the
"mashing" order of his sex. This seems
to be the verdict of a number of critical
people who chanced to meet a young Eng
lish actor recently, and thought he wa3
the most elaborately touched up work of
art they had ever seen off the stage. Bos
ton Herald.
Gen, Sheridan's increasing stoutness
has caused him to make friends with a
oair of Indian clubs.
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Absolutely Pure.
Tn: -' ncwdcr never varies. Aniarvei oi purity,
;4.ir'u ri v', , V jn-"f7iojr More economical
thin the orU:ic:rv kinrI- and cannot 1 e sold in corn
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WM. T. T I.EM AN" A- CO., Agents,
5 AX I IL J CISCO, CAL. (? ft
Water Notice.
riIIE SUPPLY OF WATER FROM THE LOWER
JL Nuuanu Reservair will be shut from the
city ou Thursday, the 6tb inst., during the bours
from 7 a. m. to 4 p. m.
CIIAS. B. W1LSOX,
2t Superintendent of Honolulu Water Works.
3STOTIOH5
MR. M. P. ROBINSON HAVING RETIRED
from the firm of Allen & Robinson, the bus
iness will be conducted under tbe same style
and name by S. C. Allen, who will pay tbe lia
bilities and collect all outstandings
3t ALLEN & ROBINSON.
1ST OTICE.
riUE ANNUAL MEETING THE STOCK-
JL holders of tbe HILO SUGAR COMPANY
will be held at the office of Messrs W. G. Irwin
& Co., on Wednesday, th 5th inst., at 10 a. m.
W. M. GIFFAUr,
2t Secretary II. S. Co.
NOTICE,
MP HE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE HONO
1 LULU ROWING & YACHTING ASSOCIA
TION will be held at the lolani Boat Club House
on Thursday evening, af7;30 o'clock
W. M. GIFFARD.
3t Secretary.
nMHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK
1 holders of the HUTCHINSON PLANT CO.
will be held at tbe office of W. G. Irwin & Co. on
Wednesday, the 5th inst., at 10 a. ni.
W. M. GIbFARD,
2t fii-ciPt try II P. Co.
Hawaiian Opera House.
THE MISSES JORAN!.
Assisted by the eminent Primo Baritone
Signoi? jRoselli.
Second Grand Concert .
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6th.
Admission (Konerxal Seats) . . Si
Halt mi y ... 50 Cents
3T BOX PLAN now open at J. H. SOPER'S,
27 Merchant Street.
Revised Edition Just Published.
Beady Reference & Directory
Containing
Complete Election Returns.
S3 of the legislators tor 1SS7-0,
Table of Names registered and Votes cast,
(1) For Nobles,
(2) For representatives,
In each Ward in Honolulu.
Names, Occupations and Ward Residences of
1,628 Residents of the district of Honolulu, hav
ing an income of $(k0, or over, ptsr annum.
Just the book for Merchants, Storekeepers and
Business Men generally.
JPrice, SO'Cent per Copy.
On sale at Hewett's and at Soper'a. or for
warded by mail, postpaid, on receipt of the
price.
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P. O. Box 345.
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THE GREAT CALIFORNIA INSECTICIDE.
Beware ot Imitations,
W'hich are being put upon the market.
THE GENUINE BUHACH
Is sold on'y by
Beoii, Smith k Co.
Sole Agents in the
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
FOR THE
Bnhach Producing
and Mfg. Co.
STOCKTON, CAL.
78 auglStf
J. E. Brown & Co.
42 MERCHANT STREET.
Bell Telephone 172.
Mutual Telephone 3S1.
P. O. Box 409
ACCOUNTANTS
AND
General Commission Apfe
General Agency for Hawaiian Islands of the
Burlington and Chicago
Eailroal
ACROSS AMERICA.
Connecting at Boston with the Azores and
Madeira.
itsTProperties Leased, Rented and Sold. Legal
Documents Drawn. Books Audited and Adjusted.
Accounts Corrected.
Authorized Collector Mr. Thomas Iscovesco.
738augl2tf
1STOTICE.
ANT PERSONS HAVING BILLS AGAINST W.
M. Gibson or F. II. Hayselden will please
present them to Messrs. Wm. G. Irwin k Co.
F. H. HAYSELDEN.
September 14. 1887. lm
ISTOTICE.
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THE KING
dom Mrs. Mollis will have full charge of
my business, and her reepipt will be sufficient.
7C7auK3tf . N.S.SACHS.
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tiueen istreet, iionomiu, h. J. mzi-
ON SALE AT THE
California Market,
Corner liinr ami Alakea St.,
Ex S. S. Australia,
BARTLETT PEARS, REACHES, MUS
CAT GRAPES, EATING and COOK
ING FRESH APPLES, CRAB
APPLES, CHERRIES ON
ICE, GERMAN PRUNES
GREENGAGES, etg.
At lowest prices. fbb2C87"
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The Equitable
Life Assurance Society
OF THE UNITED STATES.
Death claims paid in'lSStt . .100 per cent
Assets, January 1. 187 $75,510,472 7
Liabilities, 4 peV cent Lasis. . . 59,154,597 00
Surplus:, 4 per cent basis $16,355,875 76
The surplus is based on the conservative
assumption that only 4 per cent interest
will be realized on investments.
Assuming that 2 per cent will be real
ized, it amounts to $20,495,175 76.
jyThe SURPLUS, on cverv basis of
valuation, IS LARGER THAN Til AT OF
ANY OTHER COMPANY IN THE
WORLD.
New assurance in 1830. . . . . ..$111,540,203 00
Larger than that of any other company.
Outstanding assurance 411,779,098 00
Larger than tbftt of any other company.
Paid policy holders in 1S86.. 8,336,007 90
Paid policy holders since or
ganization 96,547,783 53
Total income 19,873,733 19
Premium income 16,272,154 62
Larger than that of any other company.
IMPROVEMENT DURING THE YEAR.
Increase of prem. income $2,810,475 40
Increase of surplus, 4 per cent basis. 2,493,630 63
Increase of assets 8,1)57,085 '26
Policies issued on all the plans, with all the
guarantees and concessions. For full particu
lars apply to
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632 mavl2 '88 No. 3 Kaahumann tret.
Hawaiian Hote
CARRIAGE COMPANY.
FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE?
At all hours day and nigM, with coiupeteut
drivers and steadv horeei.
TO LET!
SADDLE HORSES, BUGGIES, WAG
ONETTES, VILLAGE CARTS .
AND BRAKES,
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 tale.
Prices to suit the times. RING UP 32, or apply to
MILES & HAYLEY,
Hawaiian Hotel Stable.
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JOHN PHILLIPS,
Practical Plumber, Gaslitter
AND
Coppersmith,
71 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
1IOL SK AND Nil 1 1
JOB WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Bath Tubs, Water Closets, Wash Bowls, Plumb
ing Goods of all kinds always on hand.
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Australian Mail Service.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The new and fine Al steel steamship
ZEAL AJSTDI."
Of the Oeetinle Steamship Compans', will be due
at Honolulu from (Sydney and Auckland
on or about
October 21, 1887,
And will leave for the abve port with malls and
passengers on or about that date.
For freight or passage, having' .SUPERIOR
ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to
Win. GL Irwin & Co.,
AOKNTS.
For Sydney and Auckland.
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The new and fine Al steel steamship
"MABIPOSA,"
Of the Oceanic Steamship Companyi will be
due at Honolulu from 8an Francisco
or or about
October 28, 1887.
And will have prompt dhpatcn with mails and
passengers for the above ports.
For freight or paBsage, having SUPERIOR AC
COMMODATIONS, apply to
Wm. Gr. Irwin & Co.,
AGENTS
T I I IH
Club House Dining Rooms,
Lincoln Block, Kin Street,
Will re-open for business on SATURDAY,
August 27th.
The upstairs portion of the bouse will be con
ducted aa a PRIVATE DINING ROOM, where
most attractive bill of fare will be served up.
ICate per week
Niuffle Meals
7 OO
OO cents
Down stairs will be provided with th beat
value in town.
Rate per week - - Qi HO
Sniffle aieals - - - 25ciit
TERMS CASH.
A share of public patronage is respectfully
solicited.
GEORGE CAVE2IA0H,
801sep2 MANAGER.

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