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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, NOVEMBER 3, 1887.
iUTHOBlTl. FUNERAL OBSEQUIES. 3Mrortisfmnits. f&Uvttti&tt&tnts. dneriisfiufnts J f i ! I I i 1 I I I .irinent of linancp. following persons have beeu couimisioned ..iitnrs for 18e7; Tax to"-1"" HAWAII. Daniel Porter J. M. Kauwlla H. S. Liartin gilo ? OTITIS. .""" ju gjBtb Vurtb Kot-t North Kotala Soutb Kolala J. W. Euaimoku John Johnson J. P. Sisson J. Stupplebeen R. A, Lyman MAUI. Kia Nahaolelua . H. G. Tread way Chas. Copp J. P. Sylva gaaiakua.. Lahaica ffiiluku Slakaww jlolokai 1 and Lanai D. Kalauokalani KAUAI. John Kakina S. Naauao B. Obeka S. R. Hapuku J. K. Eapuniai G. W. Malama OAHU. gjualei" iwaitau. Koloa Lihue Vainiea... yiihau Honolulu : George II . Luce Eaand Waianae John D.Holt Koolauloa J. Paukialani Waialua J. A mar a Koolaupoko ..James Merseberg W. L. GREEN, gidltw Minister of Finance. iOKT OF HONOLULU, li. J. AliKI VA1.J. Wednesday, November 2. Cummins. Neilson, from Koolau Stair Oabu J A i)3:iAi;n i:i . Wednesday, November 2. Am brgtue Consuelo, E Ii Cousins, for San Francisco Stmr C 11 Bishop, Chaney, for Koolau, Oahu, at H m Stmr Waialeale, Campbell, for Hanalei and Ki laaea at 4 p m Scbr Mile Morris, from Ewa vt.Mcis ietivniir' To-day. Stmr J A Cummins, for Waimanalo Sunr Waimanalo, Underwood, for Waialuaand Waianae, at 9 a m Schr Cater ina for Hanalei Schr Emma, for Kauai es.se ih iu Port Truiu rorefjfn lori. CSS Vandalia.Rear Admiral Lewis A Kimberly, from Callao, S. A. USS Juniata, G T Davi3, from Acapulco, S America CSS Mohican, Day, from Callao, S A H B M S Conquest, Chas L Oxley, from Vic toria. B C Ger hk Peter Godellroy, Peter Mollc-r, from Liverpool Am bktne S N Castle, L H Hubbard, from San Francisco Brit bk Margaret Heald, Jas Williams, from Liverpool Brit bk Birmah, H C Jonas, from Glasgow Ara bk Hope, Penhallow, from Port Towasend Brit schr Olive, Wm Ross, from Baker's Island Am bktne Planter, W R Perriman, from San Francisco vesNCisLxpectea irom Forotii forts Am bk Edward May, Johnson, sailed from Bostoa June 23d, due Nov 1-25 Brit ship Min, sailed from London August 24 Am bktne Amelia, W Newhall.from Port Town send, due August 15-31 Am bk C O Whitmore, T Thompson, from San Francisco, due Nov 15-30 1 Hawi chr Jennie Walker, B Anderson, from Fanuing's Island,. due November 1-liu Am tern Kva, J O Wikman, from Eureka, Cal, due Nov 1-10 Am bktne August Burchard, from Newcastle, -s w.due Oct 120 HI J MS Tsukuba, from Acapulco, Mex, due Am bk Coloma, from Portland, en route for nongsong, due uct 25-30 Am bktne Nellie May from Newcastle, N S W, uue uctoDer 20 ao. Am bk Southern Chief, from Portland Or, en route to Hongkong, due Oct 20-31 Ger bark Deutchland, from Bremen, sailed September 13th, due Feb 1-20 Am bktne Ella, E U Rust, from Eureka. Cal, due Oct 14-30 Am bktne Mount Lebanon, from Hongkong, due Oct 12-20 Haw bark Star of Devon, Holland, from Samoa via Jaluit. SSI, due Nov 15-30 Ara bktne Hattie N Bangs, Bangs, from San Francisco, due November 1-10 OSS Belgic, Searle, from Hongkong, en route to San Francisco, due Nov 9 Am brig Lurline, from San Francisco, due at Eilo Nov 1 15 Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson, from Bos ton, due March 1 Am ship Mystio Belle, Cooke, from New York, aue March 1-20 Am bk Jas S Stone, C F Barston. from Hong kong, due Nov 1-15 DEPARTURES. For San Francisco, per hrgtne Consuelo, Nov Mills, Walter H Leman, E 31clnerny and 3 others. For Kauai, per etmr Waialeale, Nov 2 Col Z S bpalding, wife, 4 children and 3 servants, Mrs C vkee Dr Herbert and wile, Mrs JIuller and uua and others. suiri'iso NOTES. The steamer J. A. Cummins arrived from Wai I ni&nalo with 750 bags sugar and 250 bags rice " UuTn Knalnoi TV. ... n r, t 1 x luogugm naa unusiciiru iu liic ktkentine Planter. She leaves again to-day. The schooner Emma will leave to-day for auai with general cargo. Te Peter Godeffroy will leave to-morrow for er'a Island. The Lark Hope "Will finish discharging lumber to-morrow. The steamer Kilauea Hou will arrive to-day irom Hamakua, Hawaii. The Schooner HAlpaVala. iiW1 Iaat evontnir I repeekeo, llilo, Hawaii, with a cargo of bricks I Di lumber.' I American barkeutine Planter will leave i , Bt November 20th with a full cargo of sugar j n Ran Francisco. The steamer Waimaualo will leave this morn- j lB3 for Waialua and Wafanae. 1 . ?IesRr8 H' Hackfeld & Co.'s steam scow will 1 r f Ut 50 ton8 coal om the Margaret Heald to L-S. S.Juniata to-day. ! Te Bteam Lehua, Kinau, Likelike are due j ae Saturday from windward ports. i rr,. I AIle SChOOner LllVa Wtla lnn-ovcl f-stm M. rineKailway November 2d. l8flis ImPerial Japanese training ship Tsukuba ceed" W at 83,11 F rancisc0 and "w11 shortly pro e fr Tahita, from whence she will leave for cre, about the first of next April. Tke schooner Olive has finished discharging Cer cargo of guano. ' ' ' BT American brigjuitine Consuelo, C plain E. c01181118. called Kcvfember 2d for Han Fran SlSZU1 a crrB of '"ceand sugar valued at Che T" shilfcr8 are 64 follows; Yuen C2."Qba33 xice; Hop Yen, 250 bs,gs 380 L EiC3-7ei'bags rice; Sing Chong, rice 2 rr 1 M S" Gribauc & Co., 100 baga P o T Wat,!riofi &Co., 13,823 pounds sugar; AdvtrUserj HI boxes typ. CHTJ ON & CO., f. - . Importers ana Dealers In Chinese nt Japanese Goods, 42 K mi ami Street. Have constantly on hand Silk, Satin, Crape, Grass Cloth, Embroidered and Hemstitched Silk and Grass-cloth Hand kerchiefs, Silk and Urape 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 J jwelry 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 New imported pattern hats and bonnets, stylish velvets, wings and ribbons, now on exhibition at Sach's store. Go to the millinery opening at Sach's store to-day and you will see the latest novelty in hats and bonne Before rmrchasincr elsewhere call and sfi the stylish combination suits, fancy stripes and nlaids. and latest dress Tnterii t Sach's store. The latest styles of fancy in combina tion ribbons at Chas. J. Fishel. Two hundred and fifty embroidered shirts with lace to match at the low price at $4.00 each at Chafr. J. FishePs Lead- ing Jmilinery IlOUSe. New imported pattern bonnets, hats, velvets, flowers, wings, laces and ribbons now on exhibition at Chas J. FishePs Leading Millinery House Grand Millinery opening this day at Chas. J. FishePs Leading Millinery House. LOCAL AND GENERAL. Read the regatta programme. The Legislature opens at noon to-day. Mr. "Walter M. Leman left for San Fran cisco yesterday. The Consuelo took a small mail to San Francisco yesterday. The next steamer from the Coast will be the Australia, due on the 15th. The choir of the second congregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral have commenced to rehearse the Christmas music. H. K H. Princess Liliuokalani will hold her monthly reception from 3 to 5 this afternoon, at her residence Palama. The regular meeting of the Turstees of the Honolulu Library and Heading Room Association will be held this evening. The regular meeting of the St. Andrew's Church Assosiation has been postponed from this evening to Thursday, November 10th. Read Business Agent Frank Godfrey's new advertisement in another column and see what he has for sale, to let and to lease. At 10 o'clock this morning .Mr. Lewis J. Levey will sell the household furniture at the residence of J. L. Bushee, No. 5 Kukui street. The Rev. Alex. Mackintosh gave a very touching address on " The Communion of Saints" at St. Andrew's Cathedral last evening. The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Representatives of the Honolulu Fre Department will be held this evening at the Bell Tower. The Kerosene Warehouse will be opened for receiving and delivering Oil from 7 a. m. to 4 p. m. on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays; on Saturdays from 7 a. m. to 12 m. A general court-martial, for the trial of the sailor Thomas Lundy, who stabbed two shipmates at the Commercial Saloon some time ago, will be convened on Friday next, on board the U. S. F. S. Vandalia. The annual meeting of the Honolulu Library and Reading Room Association, for the election of officers for the ensuing 3rear and other important business, will take place at their rooms 'to-morrow even ing, November 4th, at 7:30 o'clock. - A tull attendance is desired. The Kesratta. In another column will be found the programme of the regatta, to be held on November 16th, the anniversary of His Majesty's birthday, under the auspices of the Hawaiian Rowing and Yachting Association. It is divided into two parts, the first having nine, and the second ten events. With the exception of two races, they are all open to all comers. One race for sail boats is especially for boats belonging to the war vessels in Xort. Entries tor the different events will be open at the office of J. H. Soper, stationer and news dealer, Merchant street, until noon on Monday, the 14th. Mr. Walter M. Giflard, the Secretary of the Association, has general charge of affairs. ... The greatest interest is being taken in the regatta, and quite a number of crews are out practicing every day. The taen-of-warsmen are particularly interested, and our local oarsmen will riave to look to their laurels. The late Mr. Justice FonianUer laid at rest The funeral of the late Mr. Justice Abraham Fornander took place yester day afternoon at three o'clock from his late residence, Beretania street. There was a very large atten dance of the friends and acquaintances of the deceased. Among those present were noticed H. R. H. Princess Liiiuo kalani, His Excellency Governor Dom inis, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, His Honor Chief Justice Judd, Their Honors Jus tices McCully, Preston and Bickerton, His Majesty's Ministers, members of the Diplomatic and Consular Corrjs, Govern ment officers and many of our leading citizens. The beautiful service of the Episcopal Churclj was most impressively read by the Rev. Alexander Mackintosh, who had attended the deceased in his last mo ments. After the service was ended a proces sion was formed and the remains were taken and interred in the Makiki Ceme tery with Masonic ceremonies. Following was the order of the pro cession : Undertaker. Platoon of police. Marshal ot the Kingdom. The Deputy Marshal. Royal Hawaiian Band. Hawaiian-Lodge No. 24, A. and F. M. THE HEARSE. Chief Mourners, Captain and Mrs. J. H. Brown. Carriage of His Majesty. Col. J. H. Boyd of His Majesty's Staff. Major J. D. Holt of the Governor's Staff. Carriages of Private Citizens. The pall bearers were Hons. W. C Parke, H. A. Widemann, W. J. Smith and James Campbell, Col. W. F. Allen, Messrs. A. J. Cartwright and S. Savidge. Ooiiig: Away. A brief notice in another column signi fies the intention of Mr. Jules Ta vernier, the well-known artist, to take his depart ure from these, shores at an early date. Durins: the three vears he has resided here he has ffained a larffe circle of l)ri. vafp fripm? and thfi rpsner-r, nf thft mm t munitv at larere. and his disanDearance from mntllr nR wiii h a snm nf vprv amonc us general regret. Specially devotin 2 his attention to the pursuit of his profession, he has found no time to identify himself with public affairs, but has nevertheless excited an influence calculated to ad vance the material prosperity of these islands in a greater degree than many of those whose careers have been more os tentatious. In a language understood by all the language of the brush a lan guage, moreover, of which he has a more perfect knowledge perhaps than any one else who has ' visited these islands he has eloquently told of their transcendant natural beauties and the weird magnifi cence of their volcanic wonders. The precise measure of the influence thus ex erted how many have been attracted hither, drawn by the spell of the paint er's skill it is impossible to define ; but certain it is that this i nfluence is des tined to be potent. We understand that Mr. Tavern ier will proceed to Europe, there to make arrangements for painting and exhibiting a panorama of Ha waii's great volcano on a more extensive scale than has yet been attempted. We believe that he will carry with him the good wishes of Hawaii nei. Condition of Samoa. The New York " Tribune " of October 18th, editorially attacking Secretary Bay ard for his course concerning Samoa, says concerning ex-Consul Greenebaum's action : Can the Secretary perceive the significance of the virtual surrender made by the local representatives of Germany and England, when ex-Consul Greene baum exceeded his authority and de clared an American protectorate over Samoa ? The presumption is that events would have fallen out quite differently. There is no apparent ground for suppos. ing that the action of Consul Greene- baum, if supported by the Government, would have been seriously resented by the other powers. The fact that the first agreement by which the independence of Samoa was supposed to be secured had already been openly violated by one of those powers, if not by both, gave a plausible excuse for our interference. The action of Consul Greenebaum, more over, was in effect a protest and a re course against a flagrant breach of treaty by the Germans, and because this was the case the repudiation of Greenebaum's proceedings by Bayard was tantamount to acquiescence in German intrigue and aggression. Picture of Rev. J. a. Crnzan. The following is from the Y. M. C. A. department of " The Friend " : The fine crayon likeness of Rev. J. A. Cruzan, re cently exhibited in the window of King Bros'., has been purchased by friends and presented to the Blue Ribbon League and the Y. M. C. A. jointly. The pict ure was the work of Miss Ada Nolte. It is 24x29 inches in size and is incased in a heavy gilt frame. It will liang in our Hall, and we trust it may prove an in spiring presence to those who meet on successive Saturday evenings iu the in terest of that cause Tor which Mr. and Mrs. Cruzan so faitliiully labored while. herethe cause of temperance. The Emperor of Japan. To-day is the thirty-fifth anniversary of the birth of Musto Hito, Emperor of Japan. The event will be celebrated by a reception this evening at the Japanese Consulate, Nuuanu Valley, and a meet ing of Japanese at Queen Eintua Hall. I'M A5S PARDEE'S CEIETOTI3 P WM SEIZED 7 mu nE 1 Prfcggf.ggj .v vste? rrricwf ra DR. PARDEE'S (The Only Bellall Blood Purifier.) A. SPECIFIC FOR Scrofula, Salt Rheum, rJouralgia, Ring Worm .ind all other Skin and Blood Diseases. IT HEQTJIiATES THB LIVER AND KIDHEYS. Cures Indj?etlon end all dlseane arlInff from an enfeebled condition of the ytenu Dr. Marttne, of London, the cele r:ited specialist, says of PARDEE-Z .iEMEDY : " I have used it for twenty years for Blood Diseases, such a! Vrofula, Salt Rheum, Teter and Cancer unci I cannot recommend it too highly.' The Rev. Dr. Thomas, ot Hong Kong t liina, says: "PARDEE'S REMEDY i. a wonderful medicine for the Blood. I have prescribed it hundreds of times i ;f Leprosy, and when given in time it uiwuya curea ine patient. can siuely say that Leprosy will never break out on persons who take Pardee' Ufvedy regularly, and I advise all per son ii ing in countries where Leprosy i3 prevalent to take Pardee's Remedy its a preventive." FOR SALE BY ALL DRUCCISTS IN HONOLULU. 68laecldw , THE GREAT CALIFORNIA INSECTICIDE. Beware ot Imitations, Which are being put upon the market. THE GENUINE BUHACH sold only by Sole Agents in the HAWAIIAN ISLANDS FOR THE Buliacli Producing and Mfg. Co. STOCKTON, CAL. 78 augl2tf T. l. BASS s. H. BROWN T. J. BASS & CO. Importers of and Dealers in Artists' - Materials, Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, Turpentine. - Manufacturers of Mouldings, Picture Frames, etc., eto , etc. 14 anil 16 i:ilis Street near Market, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 634mayHtf Waterliouse & Lester, IMPORTERS OF WAGON LUMBER AND CARRIAGE MATERIAL 16 to 22 Beale street. San Francisco. apl9 J. E. Brown & Go. 42 MERCHANT STREET Bell Telephone 172. p. O. Box 409 Mutual Telephone JWl. ACCOUNTANTS . AND General Agency for Hawaiian Islands of the Burlington and Chicago Eailroad ACROSS AMERICA. Connecting at Boston -with Madeira. the Azores and Properties Leased, Rented and Sold. Legal Documents Drawn. Books Audited and Adjusted. Accounts Corrected. Authorized Collector Mr. Thomas Iscovesco. 7S8ausl2t Notice of Removal. THOMAS LINDSAY Manufacturing J eweler. HAS REMOVED TO Thomas Block, Kiiig St. 2t Sm 1 ; I (6 beiiit o. General Coramissiou Agents REGATTA! To bs held on the ann iversarv'of IHis Majesty's Birthday NOVEMBER 16, 1887. Under the Anspices of the Hawaiian Rowioff k Yachliiiff Association Commencing' S1I.4.R1. Official List of Races and Prizes. PART I. 1 -YACHT RACE FIRST CLASS. xirst prize, ; second prize, 5 ; openM to all. COURSE From starting Jine, passing out the channel, keeping between the buoys, leaving apar and bell buoys on port side, thence to and aronud liag boat on? Waiki ki; Keepirig it on the port side in round ing, to a flag boat off Quarantine grounds, keeping it on thu starboard ide in round ing; thence . to spar buoy, keeping it on the port side, keeping between the buoys in the channel, back to starting line. 2 SINGLE SCULLS SHELLS. Prize, S . Open to all. COURSE To bu bet h the judges on day of race (weatl.er t j mutiny .) 3FOUR-OARED DJNGiES STATION ARY .DEAL'S. First prize, $ ; seend prize, S . Open to all. COURSE From Ui tin line out the chan nel to and around individual stake boats off spar buoy, keeping name on port side in rounding, and back to place of start ing. 4 SIX-PADDLE CANOE RACE. First prize, S ; second prize, $ . Open to all. COURSE From starting liae to and arouud can buoy off the Marine Railway and back to starting point. 5 WHALEBOAT RACE SIX OARS. First prize, $ ; seeoud prize, $ . Open to all. COURSE Same as in No. 6. 6 SIX-OARED GIGS, SLIDING SEATS SENIOR CREWS, Prize, 8ilrer cup valued at $ ; also framed photos of winning crew, presented by J. Williams. Open ouly to clubs of Ui association. COURSE From starting line out the chan nel, learing spar, buoy on port side, thence to and around individual stake boats on a line with bell buoy, keeping same on port side in rounding, and back to starting point, keeping spar on star board side. 7 U-OARED BARGE OR CUTTER RACE. Open to all. Prize, $ . COURSE Same as in No. 6. 8 SIX-OARED GIGS, SLIDING SEATS- JUNIOR CREWS. Prize, cup valued at $ . Open only to clubs of the association. COURSE Same as in No. 3. 9 SAIL BOAT RACE. Open to all sail- boats belonging to the war vessels in port. No restrictions as to rig. Limited to water ballast. Time al lowance to be decided by the judges. First prize, S ; second prize, $ . COURSESame as in No. 1. INTERMISSION OF ONE HOUR. PART It -YACHT RACESECOND CLASS. 10- First prize, $ second prize, $ . Open to all. COURSE From starting line out th chan nel to spar buoy, keeping it on the port side in rounding, to bell buoy; tack around the same, r.nd return to starting point; in passing spar buoy, leave it on the starboard side. 11 CUTTERS OR BARGES-12 OARS. Open to all. First prize, $ ; second prize, $ , COURSE Same as in No. 6. 12 CANOE SAILING RACE. Prize, $ . Open to all canoes. COURSESame as in No. 4. 13TWO-OARD BOATS STATIONARY SEATS. Fir3t prize, $ ; second prize, $ . Open to all. COURSE Same as in No. 4. 14 WHALEBOAT RACE FIVE OARS. First prize, $ ; second prize, $ . Open to all. . COURSE Same as in No. 3. 15 SIX-OARED GIGS SLIDING SEATS. First prlz, $, ; second prize, . Open to all. COURSE Same as in No. 6. 16 BEST RIGGED CATAMARANS. Open td all. Prize, $ . 17 GALLEYS OR GIGS SIX OARS STATIONARY SEATS. ' First prize, $ ; second prize, $ . - Open to all. COURSE Same as in No. 6. 18-FOUR-OARED GIGS-SLIDING SEATS First prize, $ ; second prize, $ . Open to all. COURSESame as No. 3. 19 CONSOLATION RACE. Open to ALL ROWING BOATS, except sliding-seat gigs. First prize, $ ; Becond prize, $ . COURSE Same as in No. 6. All races to be subject to the Regatta and Racing rules as adopted by the Association. In all races where two prizes are given, three boats at least must start; in saving stakes four boats mast start. Two or more boats must start to make a race. Boats will be first called in line by the sound of a bugle, and will start in the va rious races by the word "Go," excepting the yacht races. - . Yachts and sailing boats 'will make a fly ing start, and the signal for starting will be the lowering of a flag on the judges' stand. Time allowance, one minute to a ton. No restrictions as to quantity of sail. Boats and yachts not keeping to the des ignated course will be disqualified. No one will be allowed on the judges' stand except by special permission of the committer. Each boat must be provided with a dis tinguishing color, Positions will be assigned to the cox-' swains of boats by the judges. Tiiafc nf Antripa will Ko nnon of tVio nffipo nf J. H. Soper, stationer, until 12 o'clock j noon on Monday, the 14th. j Col. C. P. Iaukea, : Chas. B. Wilson, j Regatta Committee. j W7M. GIFFARD, Secretarv. The Equitable Life Assurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES. Death claims paid in 18S0'. Assets, January 1, 187 Liabilities, 4 per rent basi. . . 100 pr cent .$75,510,472 76 . 59,154,597 00 .$16,355,875 76 Surplus, 4 per cent basis. , . - The surplus is based on the conservative assumption that only 4 per cent interest will be realized on investments. Assuming that 4 per cent will be real- ized.jt amounts to $20,495,175 76. 0The SURPLUS, on everv basis of valuation, IS LARGER THAN THAT OF ANY OTHER COMPANY IN THE WORLD. New assurance in 18.80 $111,540,203 00 Larger than that of any other company. Outstanding assurance. . .... 411,779,093 00 Larger than that of any other company. Paid policy holders in 1880.. 8,336,607 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 $2,810,476 49 Increase of surplus, 4 percent basis. 2,493,636 6S Increase of assets 8,957,085 20 Policies issued on all the plaHs, with all th guarantees and concessions. For full particu lars apply to ALEX. J. CARTW1UGHT, 632 mayl2'88 No. 3 Kaalmmanu street. t 1 mm CABRIAGE COMPANY. FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGES At all hours day and night, with competent drivers and steady horses. X O JL E T ! 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 sale. Prices to suit the times. RING UP 82. or apply to MILES & IIAYLEY, Hawaiian Hotel Stables. 727je24tf JOHN PHILLIPS, Practical Plumber, Gasfitter AND Coppersmith, . 71 King Street, Honolulu, H. I. HOUSE AND Nil II JOB WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Eath Tubs, "Water Closets, Wash Bowls, Plumb ing Goods of all kinds always on hand. 705-Junel6tf Australian Mail Service. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. Thu nevr and fine Al steel steamship ALAMEDA" Of th Oceanic Steamship Company, will be dua at Hou lulu from Sydney and Auckland on or about November 18, 1887, Ani will leave for the above port with mails and passengers on or abou t that date. For freight or passage, having HUPERIOH ACCOMMODATrONS. apply to Wm. (x. Irwin & Co., '. AUENT8. For Sydney and .Auckland. The new and tine Al steel steamship "ZEALANDIA," Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be dne at Honolulu from Ban Francisco or or about November 25, 1887. And will have prompv di3patcn with mailt and passengers for the above ports.- For ftelght or passage, having SUPERIOR AC COMMODATIONS, apply to Win. Gr. Irwin & Co., 24 AGENTS . THE Club House DiningRooms, Lincoln Block, lUtis Street, - Will re-open for business on SATURDAY. August -i7tn. The upstairs portion of the bouse will be con ducted as a PRIVATE DINING ROOM, where a most attractive bill of fare will be served up. Rate per week Single Meals 7 OO SO cents Down stairs will be provided with the best value in town. Rate per week Single ?IeaI TERMS 01 so 25 cent CASH. A share of public patronage la- respectfully solicited. GEORGE note ournnon 111(111 CAVEITAGH, SIANAaES. p2