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PACIFIC- COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER,? OCTOBER 24, 1887.
fly AUTHORITY.
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IKlMirtment of Finance.
followi-iS persons have been commisioned
. TaX collectors for 1887;
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HAWAl
....Daniel Porter,
llilo
Tuna
Kau
Soutb Kona
Xorth Kona
'ortb Kobala
fjjuth Kobala
llauiakua
. . . . J. M. Kauwila
II. S. Martin
.J. W. Kuaimoku
. . . John Johnson
J. P. Sisson
. . J. Stupplebeen
R. A, Lyman
MAUI.
. Kia Nahaolelua
H. G. Tread way
Chas. Copp
J. P. Sylva
.D. Kalauokalani
Lahaina
SVailuku
MaLawao
liana
Mlokai and lanai..
KAUAI.
Ilanalfci.--
Kawaib.au.
Kolca
I "aue
"Wairuea. . .
Niibau
Jot n Kakina
fc. Na .ao
B. Obeka
S. 1. Hapuku
J. K. Kapuniai
G. W. Mclaraa
OAHU.
Honolulu Geovge H. Luce
Ea and Waianae John D. Holt
Koolauloa J.Paukialani
Wa.alna J.Amara
Koolaupoko James Merseberg
W. L. GREEN,
Minister of Finance.
Government laau.
Notice is hereby given that application for any
j ortion of the new loan, up to 5200,000, will now
Le received at the Hawaiian Treasury. The
bonds to be issued under the authority of the
Acts approved on the 1st of September, 1886, and
15th of October, 18HC, and bear interest at 6 rer
cent per annum, payable semi-annually, and
are exempt from all Government taxes whatso-
eVer V. L. GREEN,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, August 16. 1887. 7D2augl7tf
POUT OF HONOLULU, H. J.
AKK1VALJ.
Saturday, October ?2.
Stmr Kinau, Lorenzen. from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Lebua, Clarke, from Molokai
Stinr Mikahala, Freeman, from Kauai
Schr Canute, Seigener, 22 days from Eureka,
Cal
Schr Kawailani, from Koolau
Sunday, October 23.
Stmr Surprise, Weisbartb, from Laupahoehoe-J
and Hilo
Stmr James Makee, from Kapaa
Am brgtne Consuelo, Cousins, 17 days from
kS&n Frsiiicisco
Am bark Hope, Peuhallow, 35 days from Port
Townsend
Schr Wuioli. from Eauai
Tern Ke Au Hou, from Hawaii
Schr Kaulilua, from Kauav
WEPAKTIKKS.
Saturday, October 22.
R M SS Zealandia, Oierendorp.Jfor tian Fran
cisco Am bk Forest Queen, Winding, for San Fran
cisco 'eHelH i.e;tvin:r To-day.'
Stmr Kinau, Lorenzn, for Maui and Hawaii, at
4pm
Stmr Leb.ua, Clarke, for Kaunakakai, Lanai
and wav ports
Stmr 0 R Bishop, Chaney, for Koolau, Oahu, at
9 a m
Stmr J A Cummins, for AVaimanalo
Stmr Waimanalo, for Waianae at 9 a m
Nor ba-k Vikar, U Magnesen, for Puget Sound
Schr Kawailani. for Koo.au. Oahu
SchrMoi AVahine, for Kamakua
Veel in Port from Forjii iorts.
US9 Vandalia.Rear Admiral Lewis A Kimberly,
from Callao, S. A.
USS Juniata, G T Davis, from Acapulco, S
America
USS Mohican, Day, from Callao, S A
H B M S Conquest, Chas L Oxley, from Vic
toria, B C
Ger bk Peter Godeffroy, Peter Moller, from
Liverpool
Am bktne S N Castle, L H Hubbard, from San
Francisco
Brit bk Margaret Heald, Jas Williams, from
Liverpool
Haw S 8 Australia, U C Boudlette, from San
Francisco
Brit bk B'rmah, H 0 Jour from Glasgow
Am brgtne Consuelo, E 11 Cousins, from San
Fit ncisco
Am bk Hope, Penhallow, from Port Towasend
Voxels J:xieeiei I. om Foreign jporft.
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, sailed from
Boston June 23d, due Nov 1-25
Brit ship- Min, sailed from London August 24
Am bktne Amelia, V Newhall, from Port Town
send, due August 15-31
Am bk C O Whitmore, T Thompson, from San
Francisco, due Nov 15-30
Haw schr Jennie Walker, B Anderson, from
tanning s Island, due November 1-20
Am tern Eva, J O Wikman, from Eureka, Cal,
due Jsov 1-10
w Hktn?, A"gust Orchard, from Newcastle,
.N b , due Oct 1 20
Feb 20-t281STSUUba' frm AcaPulco Mex. ue
Am bkColoma, from Portland, en route or
Hougkong, Ave Oct 25-30
dUAeObtobeV20rlMay frm Swc.S8W,
Am bk Alden Bessie, O'Brien, fro n Portl d
Or en route t3 Hongkong, due Oct l-.5 '
Am bk fcoulhern Chief, from Po ud Or en
route to Hongkon-, due Oct 2C-31 ' en
dnNoVoS6' ;m ROSS' frm Eal ers
Ger bark Deut:hland, from Bremen sailed
beptember 13th, due Feb 1-20 remen salleu
draOctki2-MUnt Lehall0n' f Hongkong,
viriisiuPNri111113' from sa-a
tZSc&&XiSSSS' Mro, San
ABIUVALS.
SaTe. ;ur F-T?rF
Hon H Kuihelanfand DJenre" el.
wife, Mrs J R Renton o cr J Sht a?id
V seal, W BerloUi and lt j ""at'
hian, Misg m Honri- v ii on s c Eu-
HoSm' Per 8tmr Mikahala, October 22
nd 80 deck passengers t,JLVell MrS 8 Kaai
passengers. ' Maor Weeks and 10 deck
DEPASTURES.
2w!awe Q-en Oct
Mary Lyle D pett aandWwf' Mis. Meb er Miss
Bggs and two olners. C & alon, A
A Cumins' cfpt alandla, Oct 2
Cooke. Lieut C 8 RletiSJPP. U
and wife, S B Rose. W U U Dib
and son, G G Gribble, Mr Ichinoi h Hfu,dley
Passengers, including 7 Mormon- ' 468erte
engers in transit mormons, and 76 pas-
snip visa koies.
The steamer Likelike will leave to-morrow
afternoon for Maul.
The Hawaiian schooner Canute, Captain L.
Siegener, arrived last Saturday morning, 22 days
from Humboldt Eay, California, with 130,376 feet
lumber and 1,920 pieces R W pickets for Messrs.
Lewers & Cooke. Reporis heavy southeast gales
the first two days: the nee had a series of he jvy
northwest swells. The Canute is docked near
the Oceanic Company's wharf..
The steamer Lehna arrived last Saturday from
Molok?2 with 175 bags sugar, C2 sheep, 15 head
cattle. 1 horse, CO hides, 8 pigs and about 60 pack
ages sundries. She will leave again this after
noon for various ports on Molokai.
The German bark August Burchard is 38 days
out from Newcastle, N. S. W.,for Honolulu with
coal.
The American bark Pacific Slope, Captain
Barnes, sailed from Newcastle, N. S. W., October
3d, with a cargo af coal for Honolulu.
The Hawaiian steamship Zealandia took 20
boxes betel leaves, 1,131 bunches bananas and
several sundry packages from here for San
Francisco, besides 2.5J5 packages in transit.
The cargo from this port was valued at ?3,829.
The German bark Friederick was loading coal
at Newcastle, N. S. W., for Honolulu, October
4th, and is now on her way here.
The steamer Kinau, Captain Lorenzen, arrived
Saturday morning from Maui and Hawaii. She
brought 1C0 packages sundries, 115 passengers
aad C) pieces awa. The Kinau will leave again
tis afternoon for Hilo and way ports, touching
at Keauhou.
The American bark Forest Queen, Captaia
Winding, sailed last Saturday for San Francisco
with 12,914 bags sugar and 1,813 bags rice. The
cargo weighed 627 tons and was valued at 64,500.
The schooner Haleakala was lowered from the
Marine Railway Saturday morning, where she
was cleaned.
The steamer Mikahala arrived on Saturday
morning from Kauai, a day ahead of her schedule
time, in order to have her condenser cleaned.
She brought 100 bags pia, 20 bags rice, 57 hides,
31 head cattle and 35 bars taro. She"Ieaves again
to-morrow afternoon for Kaua".
The Hawaiian steamship Australia, Capt4n H.
C. Houdletta, will leave to-morrow withsrar
rice and bananas for San Francisco.
The steamers James Makee and Surprise and
schooners Waioli, Kaulilua and Ke Au Hou ai
rived yesterday.
The American bark Hope, Captain D. W. r.
Penhallow, arrived October 2Z1 at noon, about
35 days from Port Townsend, with about COO.COO
feet lumber and shingles for Messrs. Lewers &
Cooke.
The Norwegian bark Vikar, Captain Magnesen,
will leave to-day for Puget Sound.
The American brigantine Consuelo, Captain E.
B. Cousins, arrived October 2C1, 17 days from
San Francisco, with a full cargo of general mer
chandise and 2Z0 pigs for Messrs. Burke & Win
ston. Had southeast trades for the first four
days; taence had calms for four days; thence ex
perienced light wsather to port. The Consuelo
is docked at Brewer's wharf. She brought three
passengers.
MAKItIi:i.
DUNN DOUGHERTY" At Hilo, October 14th,
by Rev. Charles Pouzot, Mr. George Dunn to
Miss Mary Dougherty.
CHU ON & CO.,
Importers anil letlers in Chinese
and Japanese .Goods, 42J Niiuanu
.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
The Breach of Promise Case.
On Saturday Mr. Justice Bickerton
gave his decision on a motion ii the
case of Flora Howard St. Cla:r vs. AV.
M. Gibson, breach of promise. Messrs.
Paul Neumann and F. M. Hatch, coun
sel for defendant, had made a motion on
Wednesday for the continuance of the
-,ie until fie January term, 18S8, on
the f, zounds that it was impossible for
the defendant to be present at this term.
Ft whermore, that the defendant was
s;ck in a he -pital at San Francisco, 2nd
that his doctor had advised him that
any excitement, anxiety or exertion
would be liable to bring about a fatal re
sult. Also, that upon the advice of said
physician he had abstained from mak'ng
any dep osition in the matter.
His Honor said he had looked care
fully through the papers in the case and
could not fid sufficient gjoends to k--ant
the motion for a continuance. It would,
therefore, be denied, and the case would
t.:ke its regular order on the calendar.
There is one case to be heard to-day
and the next to it comes the breach of
promise. It is probable it will be com
menced Tuesday morning.
Supreme ; jurt-Ocf ber Terra.
l. B NCO BEEORE JUDD, C. J., AND M'CUL
LY, PRESTON AND BICKERTON, j'fi. .
Saturday, Oct. 22d.
J. II. Henderson vs. Cecil Brown et
al. Appeal byJNI. S. Grinbaum & Co.
:"rom a decision of the Chief Jr.stice In
the Hana Plantation matter. Argued
and submitted. S. B. Dole for plaintiff,
F. M. Hatch for Grinbaum & Co., Smith
& K:z...iey for the mortgagees.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
There has been plenty of rain at Pahala,
Hawaii.
Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping class at 7
o'clock this evening.
Dr. G. H. Martin leaves for the States
on the Australia:
The tug Pele was not sold on Saturday,
as no one wanted her.
Captain G. E. G. Jackson and famy
leave on the Australia.
Hon. John A. Cummins left for the
Coast on the Zealandia.
Captain Tripp, ex-jailor, tripped off to
the Coast by the Zealandia.
Mr. Justice Fornander is seriously ill at
the residence of Capt. J. II. Brown.
The Kinau leaves for windward at 4
o'clock this afternoon for the Volcano.
In our "By Authority" column will be
found a list of the Tax Collectors for 1887.
A notice to members of Hawaiian Lodge
No. 21, F. and A. M., appears in another
column.
By the Zealandia the Tost Office dis
patched 5,917 letter and 1,345 packages of
papers.
The Oceanic Company's steamship Aus
tralia sa;;s for San Francisco at noon to
morrow". The Royal Mail steamer Mariposa is due
on Friday from San Francisco en route to
the Colonies.
A meeting of St. Peter's Guild wPl be
held Tuesday evening at the usual hour
and place.
Mr. A. T. Atkinson, Inspector General
of Schools, has returned from a trip on
Maai and Hawaii.
A large factory at Magdeberg is making
from coal tar a saccharine which is three
hundred times sweeter than sugar.
Thos. Lundy, the sailor belonging to the
Mohican who stabbed two of his ship
mates, will be tried b3r court-martial.
We are indebted to Mr. William Foster,
C'erk of the Supreme Court, for a copy of
Volume 5 Hawaiian Reports, which will
be noticed hereafter.
Twenty-five shares of people's Ice and
Refrigerator Company's stock were sold
on Saturday for $91 a share. Mr. James
F. Morgan was the auctioneer.
This evening a reception will be tendered
the Rev. Dr. E. G. Beckwith and family,
in the jarlors of the Fort-street Church.
All friends are invited to attend.
Yesterday there was a heavy downfall of
rain, which lasted for several hours. In
the afternoon it cleared up somewhat,
but the indications are that more rain will
fall.
On Saturday, Peter August Anderson
and Marie Christian Gertz, daaghter of
Mr. C. Gertz, were married at St. An
drew's Cathedral by the Rev. Alex. Mack
intosh. Christian Freist, who was found guilty
of assault on Pablo, the Mexican, with in
tent to kill, has. been sentenced to im
prisonment at hard labor for eight years
and fined $50.
Messrs. E. F. Wright and F. S. Rou
mage of New York returned from the Vol
cano on Saturday. They have been visit
ing the islands some six months, and leave
on the Australia to-morrow. Bon voyage.
Last Friday night the store on Quaen
street adjoining the Union Feed Co.'s
warehouse, and occupied by a Pole with a
jaw-breaking name, was entered by thieves
and about $300 and a lot ot papers carried
off.
The children's service at St. Andrew's
Cathedral yesterday morning was well at
tended and very interesting. Special
hymns were sung, and the choir rendered
Jackson's Te Deum in F. An address ap
propriate to the occasion was given by the
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh.
The N. Z. "Herald" says: From New
castle to Honolulu, thence to Port Town
send (British Columbia), and back to Mel
bourne in five months and three days, is
perhaps one of the smartest trips on
record. This voyage was done by the bark
Aurora, which a few days back arrived at
the Kaipara from Melbourne, to load lum
ber for Glasgow. From Newcastle the
bark took 37 days to get to Honolulu,
from there 14 days were occupied in reach
ing Port Townsend, and from there to
Melbourne 45 days was the time taken.
The balance of the time, of course, was
occupied in landing and taking in cargo at
the poris called at.
j 1
The Jo van Farenell Concert.
On Saturday evening the Hawaiian
Opera House was filled with a large and
brilliant audience, the occasion being a
farewell testimonial concert tendered to
tje Misses Joan. The talented sisters
during their stay here have given a
most delightful series of concerts, such
as are seldom heard in this city. We
shall miss them very much when they
are gone.
The programme was a long one, but
had been carefully prepared. It opened
with a duet for two pianos, played in a
mci artistic manner by Misies Lulu
and Pauline. Signor Roselli next sang
a cavatina in a most pleasing manner.
A Romanza and Scherzo by F. Eeis
were brilliantly played on the
violin by Pauline, and an encore was in
sisted upon. She responded with a
cradla song. Later in the evening she
commenced to play Ernsts' Hungarian
Airs, but after a few bars a string broke
and she retired from the stage. Miss
Jennie Grieve sang a scena and aria
from Der Freischutz with much taste,
Mrs. Hanford playing the accompani
ment. The brilliant execution of Miss
Lulu in a piano solo, Scherzo by Chopin,
drew foith loud applause, and a bouquet.
The next number, a duet, "The Fisher
men," by Signor Roselli and Mr. H. W.
Mon;e, was a real musical treat. The
two voices blended together with fine
effect, and they were most deservedly
applauded. Mr. M. H. Jones played
the accompaniment izx a very acceptable
manner. The second part opened with
a duet from Maritana, well sung by Miss
Anna Austin and Signor Roselli. The
charming little pianist, Elise, played
two numbers with wonderful ability,
particularly the finale movement from
Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata." Mr.
II. W. Morse made his last appearance
before a Honolulu audience in the song,
"Thy Sentinel am I." His rich bari
tone voice was heard to great advantage,
and he was most enthusiastically ap
plauded. Signor Roselli sang "The
White Squall," by request, and it was
so well done that the audience insisted
upon an encorel He did not respond.
Mrs. J. E. Hanford sang in a very pleas
iug manner the voice part to Gounod's
"Ave Maria," being accompanied by the
violin and two pianos. It was effective
ly rendered throughout, and encored.
Mr. L. M. Mather then recited "Othelo's
Apology." The concert concluded with
a scene from the second act of "The Mi
kado," Signor Roselli as Ko-Ko and
Miss Pauline Joran as Katisha. The
latter showed a wonderful familiarity
with the stage, her acting being surpris
ing. She sang the music, too, in capital
stle, and every word of the dialogue
was heard. Signor Roselli is quite at
home in opera, and it is a pity we have
not been able to see and hear him in
some of the operas. His acting Satur
day night was perfect, and in the song
"Tit Willow" he made a hit. It was a
grand finale to a most enjoyable concert.
The stage was very handsomely set,
and reflected much credit on E. E. May
hew, who had it in charge.
Mr. Iff. Moue.
Among the passengers leaving by the
Australia to-morrow will be Mr. II. Wal
cott Morse. He has accepted a position
as Superintendent with the New Zea
land Fire and Marine Insurance Com
pany, and will be stationed either in
Sacrament, L03 Angeles or San Diego.
He will know definitely on his arrival in
San Francisco. -Mr. Morse will be much
missed from, musical circles in this city.
Gifted with a baritone voice of rich
quality and good range, he has given
his services at all times when called
upon, and it has always been a pleasure
to hear him. He intends to further pur
sue his studies when at the Coast. We
trust he will have a very pleasant voy
age, and that he may return to Hono
lulu at no very distant date.
ACH!
THE GREAT CALIFORNIA INSECTICIDE.
Beware ot Imitations,
Which are being put upon the market.
THE GENUINE BUHACH
Is sold only by
n, Smith k Co.
Sole Agents In the
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
FOR THE
Buliacli Producing
and Mfg. Co.
STOCKTON, CAL.
78 am:12tf
Oceanic Steamship Co.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al steamship
Will leave Honolulu for the above port on
TUESDAY,
OCTOBER 25tli,
At Xoou.
For freight or passage apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.,
AGENTS.
Notice of Removal.
THOMAS LIOT)SAY
Manufacturing Jeweler,
HAS REMOVED TO
Thomas Block, King St.
2t -
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGEB & CO.
Importers Commission 3Ie reliant
Queen Street, ionoln!u, 11. 1. 27-t
3enso
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TOR SALE BY ALL DRUCCISTS IN HONOLULU.
681decldw
ON SALE AT THE
California Market,
CALIFORNIA TOMATOES (large).
CABBAGE,
CAULIFLOWER,
FRESH SALMON,
FRESH MACKEREL,
Cilt APES,
TEARS,
APPLES.
All arrived in splendid condition by the S. S.
Australia from
Camarino's Fruit Depot,
SAN FRANCISCO.
Waterliouse & Lester,
IMPORTERS OF
WAGON LIHBKR
AND
CARRIAGE MATERIAL
16 to 22 Beale street. San Francisco. aplD
American Biscuit Co.
Corner of. Battery & Broadway Sts.,
San Fraaciweo : : : C, I lorn i a
James Dunn, Supt.
SUCCESSORS to the CALIFORNIA CRACKER CO.
3m
A HOMESTEAD
ITOR S850.
TERMS EASY.
Excellent Location.
Beautiful view of city, harbor and ocean.
Size of Lot.
APPLY TO
Frank Godfrey,
General Kusiiics Agent.
No. 84 KING ST.
Burgess" Express Office
PAUL NEUMANN'S
Law Office,
44 Alercliaiit Street : : Honolulu
tf
J. E. Brown & Co.
42 MERCHANT STREET.
Bell Telephone 172. P. O. Box 409
Mutual Telephone S81.
ACCOUNTANTS
AND
General Commissiou Agents
General Agency for Hawaiian Islands of the
Burlington and Chicago
Railroad
ACROSS AMERICA.
Connecting at Boston with the Azores and
Madeira.
j "Properties Leased, Rented and Sold. Legal
; Documents Drawn. Books Audited and Adjusted.
; Accounts Corrected.
S
S Authorized Collector Mr. Thomas Iscovesco.
S 73Saugl2tf
8
The Equitable
life Assurance Society
of tup: united states.
Death claims paid in 1880 100 percent
Assets, January 1, 1887 $75,510,472 76
Liabilities, 4 per cent basis. . . 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 4J4 per cent will be real
ized, it amounts to $20,495,175 76.
Cr-The SURPLUS, on everv basis of
valuation, IS LARGER THAN 'THAT OF
ANY OTHER COMPANY IN THE
WORLD.
New assurance in 1886 $111,540,203 00
Larger than that of any other company.
Outstanding assurance 411,779,098 00
Larger than that of any other company.
Paid policy holders in 1880. . 8,330,607 90
Paid policy holders since or
ganization 90,547,783 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 f2,810,475 40
Increase of surplus, 4 per cent basis. 2,493,636 68
Increase of assets 8,937,065 26
Policies issued on all the plaHS, with all the
guarantees and concessions. For full particu
lars apply to
ALEX. J. CARTWIUGIIT,
G32 mavl'2 '88 No. 3 Kaahum&nn street.
kii Hote
CARRIAGE COMPANY.
FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGES
At all hours day and night, with competent
drivers and fcteadv horses.
TO LET!
SADDLE HORSES, BUGGIES, WAG
ONETTES, VILLAGE CARTS
AND BRAKES,
iVith 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 the times. RING UP 32, or apply to
MILES & HAYLEY,
Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
727jeJ4tf
, JOHN PHILLIPS,
Tractical Plumber, Gasfltter
" AND
Coppersmith,
71 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
no i si; ad ship
JOB WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Bath Tubs, "Water Closets, Wash Bowls, Plumb
ing Goods of all kinds always on hand.
705-junelStf
Australian Mail Service.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The new and fine Al steel steamship
Of th Oceanic Steamship Company, will be dn
at Honolulu from Sydney and Auckland
on or about
October 21, 1887,
And will leave for the abve port with malla and
passengers on or about that date.
For freight or passage, having SUPERIOR
ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to
Wm. Gr. Irwin & Co.,
AGENTS,
For Sydney and Auckland.
The new and ne Al steel steamship
"MAE1P0SA,"
Ot the Oceanic Steamship Company will b
due atllonolulu from San FraDelfo
or or about - ,
October 28,87.
And will have prompt rti3patcn with mall and
passengers for the abovfc porta.
For freight or passage, having SUPiilOP. AC
COMMODATIONS, apply to
Wm. Gr. Irwin & Co.,
AGENTS
THE
Kill) House Dinin
Uiicoln Block, ILiug fitreet,
"Will re-open for business on 'SATURDAY,
August 27th.
The upstairs portion of the house will be con
ducted as a PKIVATE DINING KOO$I. "rber a
most attractive bill of fare will be served up.
Rate per week - - - - $7 OO
Single Meals .... 50 cents
Down stairs will be provided with the best
value In town.
Hate pcrweek - 01 SO
Single Meals - - - 25 cents
terms cash.
A share of public patronage la respectfully
solicited.
GEORGE OAVEITAGH,
Sep2 IANAa
I Rooms,
irom this date be
jionthlv.
ioiulu, Mai'ih 2,1885.

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