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JULY t9. i Mi
I III! MOIIIIC.ll l.Kl'f.im
A .suitrntrnl frum llnrtnr sinltnul,
r.niroii HaiiikdW I'k'ss Mir I lure
tfi'ifiM ft eny of llie rrHit. IwutJ lijr ill?
Ilnnotutii Ikmil of IImIiIi, and at vimt of my
Nlfllrmrnt hnit licfn ilcnirtl liy ,lt. fiilrwiit
and 111 agcni, yoit will .ilillce inc uy mlilli
Ing .nine olisrrvat Ions In rrply
Mr. (illwm nlrtttvcn tlial "ihf Innlitr iin at
On- present ilmr and any one who confine lii
vitionto aim! U In-fore hint, wlilioul comiilfta
lion of flnlrcnlfnlir ollirr comlillom, may
fiml nc"silim to crllklre ami complain,"
Sut h roniilinl arc lobe found In my rtpotli
Inil, In I tie opinion of Mr. (iltxoii, llirynrr al
jh") mtinvitif h) Mi. M)rr lit niftnii
Itinlanl iif llic leper vlllcmrnl. Mr.Mc)rr
I agent of llie Imaril of lirallh Inil not super
inlnnlfiil at Kalawao, IM. Mr. (lilw.n
ji;itrH a viviil picture oftline antrceilenl con
ilmont, Iml, Illi a view to eronomlcal ton
shlei ittien ratlicr than to the tpiestlon of leper
Itealment. Hi say tlnl in 18G5, Ihe resources
of the Stale "hniillyvarritnletla gi eater tharge
than pi oriiion for it 'Hi 1 liibiiiltnct. " They
Ihrn rnnotrd forcibly mil suiltleiily tcteral
liitiulrt-tl of nick people from Ihelr linnie and
'miilie and "lirrxM them on an iwtlatnl
and compiratlvely ileserlcil ettlciiicnl hIiIi
out any In-tlcr lioulrti than a few pr.1 liutu,
without iteh necessaries a lamp ti)it . noap
ami lint, without terming a supply of the
laplc final of the wople, anil without any
medical attendance whatever." Of all tliis I
w.i aware and I con few to licing one uf llinv;
who have ncm reail nnyllilnu in the hitory uf
med.eval leprmy which .inKif tlic baibar
itv of tlii liealment, and I regaid the
("liinefe nllcilialUe of suicide or Kiion a
eipially jutlifiabtc and mote niUantngenut from
an economical point of kw, Uniler tuch
treatment it ! not uprising that leper died
in 3 ur 5 year and that physician slioulil
rent tint lcptoy wallien more fatal in these
itlanit than it ever a in I'lirope or any
Ilitt I muM aUo join iivie with Mr. (tilison
If lie wMies the public to believe that, be
cause wiiuc of the Kinder feature of thU
barbatity have been noflcned down, the aci
ni In 11 rat ion ii in be considered above the pale
of criticism csen from a strange visitor, capible
at least of seeing what is going on.
I wonder less 1l1.1t Mr. Meyer feels Indig
nant that .1 stranger totally tinaciualnted with
the wants, habits, prejudices and language of
Hawaiian, ami ignorant of the difilculties ami
posrlblliticiof obtaining supplies, should have
the temerity to charge the administration with
" gross neglect," Mr. Meyer is unable In
ilivlnc my purose but he may be sure that it
was not to cuiry favor with either himself or
the minister of health. And here I beg leave
In utter my protest ngiinst the acceptance of
Mr, (iilison' agents as authorities on the sub
ject of leper treatment. These gentlemen
seem to think they have nothing to do but
satisfy the uncomplaining ignorance of natives,
who may be starved on salt-food if they lake
it " iiitliout intonvience" who may be fed on
rotten oi when fresh cannot be had "if they
Clave for if" who, in former days,
got over all their curable troubles epiitr as
well without a doctor a when one lived with
them; who may lie permitted to go blind if
they fail to realire the value of surgical treat
menl; who may rot in their rabin just as well
without a doctor as with one ifvvc accept the
dicta of these agent of the board of health.
If no one else finds fault why should Doctor
Stallard ? r .
"Now Sir, the only viamlard which can be
maintained by any christian people in this
nineteenth ccntuiy i that, the government,
In forcibly removing and detaining so many
hundreds of sick people, for the benefit of the
whole community, is bound to treat tliem on
the broadest principles of justice and humanity,
and if, for economical reasons, this is im
possible no government has the right to in
terfere with thctn.
One word in regard to the location of the
leper settlement. The secretary of the lioatd
of health ha charged me with ignoring clim
ate changis which he regards as fatal to many
of the leper. Hut he offers no pioof what
ever of this statement. And we have nothing
but the lure assertion of Mr. Meyer that
dysentery prevails not only on Molakal but on
Maul and Oahu also. The monthly mortality
proves the contrary for it varies but little in
the year. It Jwas lowest in January 18S3.
highest in January 1884. In Honolulu, where
there is a feeble eflort lo agister the causes
of death there is no returns of death from
diarhiea which are probably included under
the, head of dvsentery In tSSj there were
but JS deaths from this cansc, and In 1S84 only
48, whilst in iSS.j there wcie no death from
cholera infantum and only 4 in 1884, No
region in the world i freerfiom malarial or
iliiuatit iiiHftrt than the Hawaiian Islands
and it would lis impossible to find a healthier
or moie suitable location for lepers than that of
Molokai. Mr. ,M ever indeed finds ii hard lo
see what natural advantage have been de
stroyed by the administration, but it improbable
that even the chaim of paradise would be
destroyed by starvation and neglect. What
then were my charges against the administra.
lion and how have they been answered? I
stated that there was an excessive death-rate
due to dysentery and not to leprosy, and
that it was caused by insuflicent, irregular and
Xow we have lo remaik thai the official
leivoits from Molokai are disgracefully meagre
and Imperfect. They contrast unfavorably
with those from Kalaako. They contain no
account of the admission and discharges.
The H-jHiit of death i inaccurate. There is
no medical history of the patients and note
liable information as lo the progres of the
disease 01 of the causes of death. There is no
estimate of the daily numlier of lepers, and no
account of the distribution of supplies. The
detailed account of eitiliture i full of tin
riplained item. There is no account of the
canle lost uion the Tali. It Is a well known
fact that the rations of the leper are often
shared by kokuas, relatives and friends! there
Is therefore no guarrantee that ;he supplies are
actually consumed by the lejiers. 1 was pro
ini.ed a reluin of the supply of pai-ai with
Huamitirs, dates as delivery and payment; but
either it could not Ik- furnished or was pur
ixuely vviihcld. At Itakaakn, on the con.
ttaiy, every thing Is fairly 1 quirted ami we
lull see without difficulty how the Inmates
have been fed, vvhiUt ftoin Molokai the ad
ministration wraps itself in a cloud ofmysteiy
until it becomes difficult to elicl truth.
"A Iwiir oh may indeed lx unable to see
through this cloud, but it seem to me that
(his I only ihe natutal result of employing a
llinJ and junfit txtruir and by paying
Mr. Mevcr $100 a mouth (or looking after hi
own and other peoples Im-mess. Mr. Meyei
dives not reside at the settlement, lie uys
only a few short visits ju the year, lie swnds
to little of his limclheie thai he does uot
know what is going on, and accoiding to Mr.
Van (Siesrn lie disclaimcs having charge of the
settlement but is only the agent of the Until
of health whatever that may !.
Milk 111011 MOKTAII1Y
In lh absence of exact returns Ihe rale of
uiortalitv can iml Iw broadly estimated, At
the date of my visit there were 7 15 hung lejwn
ml IOJ had died In tin.1 previous I months
r may lake 8V a Ihe average leper mpul,i
lion II I admitted that the return of death
i in complete I found n record of 1511 in Ihe
year iSSj, which I at Ihe rale of .f.7 rr am.
Forty Ihlec death occurred In 88 uiHnllie
71I1 of March which I at the rafe of Jt ftr ,tttt
ftr annum. In my letter lo Mr. CIcRhorn ihe
death rale vva tinderated nearly 15 per cent.
Mr. Meyer ilo nol deny the facts, litil e-
hibil hi profound Ignorance by asking why
thi should lie callrd "tittmw." I.eper el
MtMal, ay he, liarely live five yennaml it
I ray In answer how many have lo die out of
600 or 800, "I'rtm U'liifh II rtV,n 1 llial Ihe
Italh rale tamiel be leu than tjo W annum, "
Mr. Meyer simply reason In a circle. lie
offers no reply (o my siatenuni thai lc-ri
ought to live longer than five yearsand lhat the
rale of mortality i coneiuenil) "etiinnt,'
Why sir, ihe mortality of which I complain
would scarcely be exceeded In a cholera or n
smallpov hospital and it would certainly be
coiHideicil frightful liy any one Iml Ihe flgenl
of a Hawaiian Hoard of Health. We have
the testimony of Doctor Ainlng that Hawaiian
leprosy i not moie tmlignanl or more rapidly
fatal than European. He find (in Honolulu,
I presume and nol in Molokai) lint the average
run Is from ten In fifteen years, In the lltrgeil
Hospital Ihe average duration is at least fifteen
years and Ihe American Society of Dermatolo
glls also put it down it the same figure. If
wc suppose, a 1 most unlikely, thai every
leper hail been already suffering for five year
before ndmlsslon lo Molokai, he ought, If fairly
treated, lo live ten year afterward and Mr.
Meyer is Imund lo admit tl.al he survives but
barely five. That more than five per rent of
the leper should have died In January and
I'cbruary l88, which arc the mildest nnd
most erptable portion of the year, when there
arc neither equinoctial gale nor eiccivc heat,
ought to be proof to the lioard of health that
eprosy was not the general cause of death but
thai It vvi due lo the dysentery which pre
vailed a ltd of the fatal results of which wc had
nc1il.1i demonstration. Life In fact it not easily
destroyed by leprosy. The central organ arc
not often attacked and many leper live to ex
treme old age. Throughout the world Ihe
mortality of leper is chiefly determined by the
nature of their surrounding. They die from
intercurrent dcease especially diarrhira, dys
entery, pneumonia and atrophy, loall of which
leper arc extremely liable ami In which they
speedily succumb, T hese maladies arc not
caused by climatic condition but by starvation,
poverty and neglect, in fact by an Insufficient,
irregular and unwholesome dietary, and hy an
almost total aliscnccof medical and nursing care.
sIM'I'IV Or ANIMAL rOOIl
I affirmed lhat the supply of animal food
was Insuflicent and irregular. Mr, Meyer i
compelled to admit that the statement is true,
lie says the lepcis have not received a con
tinuous supply of beef, "owing to a startily of
cattle a (onilanl supply f betf mil J not he
ohtaintil, " I am not personally acquainted
with the cattle resources of the island nor
with the- herds on Molokai, but I am informed
on the best authority that there i-s no scarcity
of cattle on any of the islands, nor even on the
ranch of Mr. Itishop, and that a thousand
head could readily be purchased. Mr. Van
(Jicsen gives an account of the irregular supply
and its cause. The cattle are only brought
down the Pali when wanted. They arrive in
bad condition after the journey. The flesh is
so H,or that a pot of ointment could not be
prepared from them. Although there are
many thousand acre of good grazing land there
is no reervc;and "many limes the butcher has
Iwcn compelled lo kill cows within a lew days
of calving in order to fill the quota," Hut
let us examine the actual supply. In Ihe
detailed statement of expenditure Mr, Meyer
reports the purchase ol 957 head of cattle in two
year, lie doc not say how much meat was
given to the leper nor how many cut Ic reached
the butchery. Considering that 30 perished
in one day and that few trips were made
without some loss, we shall make a liberal
estimate in supiosing lhat 900 were killed.
The seventy cattle alluded lo in my rciort
yielded on an average 350 lln of meat. The
900 therefore yielded 3l51ooolt,i. This would
supply Soo lepers with .1 fraction over half-a-pound
daily to say nothing of officers, kokuas
and other persons who have no other source
of supply. At Kakaao during Ihe same time
there were distriliutrd 104, 198 lb of meat to
138 leiers or at the same rate 1. 02 lbs per
Tilt. SUI'I'I.Y Of SALT-SALMON.
Mr. Meyer explain however, that 7 lb of
beef were issued on alternate weeks, and that
3lti. of salt-salmon was issued in lieu of it. In
this arrangement we have unmistakable evi
dcnceoflhe ignorance and stupidity of the
administration and can scarcely believe lhat
it wa ever sanctioned by the lioard of health.
No old-woman housekeeper in the world
would projiosc to use 3!!, of salt-salmon as an
equivalent for 7tl of frtili beef. It N
simply .1 starvation or daily fasting diet for
strong and healthy versons, how much more
so for le-peis. I defy Mr. Meyer lo produce.
any medical authority whatever for such a sub
stitution. I have testimony to prove that Dr.
Kitcli to hi honor declared to Mr, Gibson
lhat " sail-salmon ;vas no fit foalfor lepers"
and both Doctors Trousseau and Mc Kihhin
expressed 10 me their disappioval of this kind
of diet. Urn wc must examine these fact a
little closer, Mr, Meyer reports the purcha..
of 237 barrels of salt-salmon and we will credit
Ihe supposition that i( reached the lepers. Each
barrel contain; 20Olbs, so lhat the total supply
for the two years was 47,400 11. This how.
ever will only give lo each leper one pounJ of
salmon on alleranale weeks, instead ofjpotmJi
as slated or it will )erinil a daily allowance
ofalwut one ounce ilailr for the whole time.
There is therefore evidence that the lepers
received only half the beef supplied at Kaka-
ako and that the deficiency was in no way
compensated by the salmon bought,
rut: suitlv or pai-ai.
I slated that the supply ol pai-ai was in
sufficient, inegular and 'unwholesome. At my
visit to Ihe hospital there was but one
bundle left for the ue of to patient. The
leaves in which it was wrapped were black
and scorehed by the heat. The material in-
side was lotlen, stinking and totally unfit for
human food, No ivai-al had liecn received
for a week and there was no proof lhat it was
fresh when imuorlcd. It was said that mi
sellers had not Iseen paid "and had refused to
bring more- until accounts were settled. Mr,
Meyer observes that poi Is the natural food of
natives and lhat ho leper ought lo haw it.
Hut it is certain they did not get it, for hesavs
(hat they had In iiv." bread and rice half the
time-i' nuMf of it. lie states also that
the pai-ai is often old before it leaches the
settlement, but wbelher olJtr not it has (
l ascertained. The natives rruir it and pre.
frr it tIJ to ealing lice. Thi i surely $uffi
cient evidence- lhat it is, Insutlicient in quality,
often spoiled and issued to the lepers in an
unwholesome condition. With regard to the
supply of poi, Mr. Van tjiescn makes someiw
poitant slutcnient. The. bundles arc not
alwav weighed. The InsiJe I not inspected.
TJie poor lers are given 14 01 18 jxiunds in
lieu otsi jiounils. Many limes hall cooked
tato is inlsed with the cooked and when Ihe
patient gets home he not only finds adrficiency
ol laiatriial, but it hat 10 I ic-cooked ot
thrown aw.iy Mr .n Cicven gives a1
melanelmly piiture of tin' dmppolnlment
and despair al the mm arrival of expected
ial al, and no wonder when they do not gel half
enough. He saj the eonlractof are taet
trvrnfln cooking i al, and Ihelr Irealinenl
by the agent of the jrovtrnment I ihn ile
elded. " When the tubal h delivered, Ihe
natives want al tensl a pail ol Ihe money In
purchase little things for themselves. Hut ihe
overseer only gives them a receipt. T hen
they luve lo gimp the I'ali lo Mr. Meyer
seven miles distant (which I no play) and
generally they are tt olf without nyment for
several month." I am Informed 1I111 all
native contract) arc made for cash, and lean
blame no one Iml Ihe Ixiard of henllh for neg
lecting to provide for those ncieswry pay
ments, Mr. Van (Jlesen says the lepers are
contented with their M but say they are tome
To ascertain the exact supply of pal-al we
again recourse to Ihe ",1laiM etptmlilme. "
Wc there find an item of 41,537 bundle of
tal ai fur which $18,7(9 were sild. Allowing
lhat every bundle were of good quality and
full weight, which was certainly nol the case,
we- have a total supply of 872,377!!, of pii-ai,
Tltiv will give one poiimt fivco dally toSoo
leper and nothing to Ihe kokuas and other
friend. Tin I exactly half the quantity
given lolhe leper in Kakaakn, There i also
an item of $21,187 cash allowance aggregat
ing $11,322 made In leper In lien of pai-al.
I.epci 1I0 not eat dollars, and with ,1 very
upcrficlal knowledge of native character I
dare affirm lhat very little of thi allowance i
pcnt on wholesome food, 'I he government
make a prcll) profit al the expense of the
lepers, for it is observed that it would cost
$18,749 to double lite supply of pal-al and
nuke it equal to that of Kakaako.
Ihn Mr, Meyer stales that the lepers have
the choice of taking bread and rice and llial
Ihey are supplied with these articles when
there I no pai-al, Hence we find in the de
tailed expenditure- lhat 230 case of bread
and l25l,agof llour were purchased al an
exxnscof $1226. Allowing lhat Ihe cost of
bread I not greater at Molokai linn ll I in
Honolulu, which i scarcely probable, reckon
ing Ihe price- at 5ccnl a pound, wc find the
amount supplied al Molokai was 21,8)0 ll.
This would give to eacli leper less than three
quarter of an ounce of bread daily or say Iwo
mouthful. At Kakaako the- dally supply of
pal-al i 2. 4 lb or double tint of Molokai,
and in addition there vva also .1 supply of
bread, which cost $2,056. The total weight
of bread issued w.i 37,06 ll of medium,
and 1,317 loaves of soft bread. Leaving out
the latter wc find the dally supply to each
patient lo Ik: six ounces. The cost of bread
to each leper at Molokai is 75 cent per man.
For that at Kakaakan seven dollars and a
cur. sui-i'i v or RICK.
In the detailed account we find Ihe purchase
of 500 bags of rice, but no account that it was
all consumed. 500 lug represent 500,000
lt, which would give to each leper one ounce
and .1 half daily.
Hut there is also considerable use of rice at
Kakaako, where 10,944 pounds were issued lo
the patients or I 7 ounces to each ibilv. And
this nol as substituted for pai-ai.
One othci Item appears in Ixilh accounts.
Al Molokai there is reKirted Ihe purchase of
95 bajs of .ugar M a cost of $731, less than
one dollars worlh for each patient In two
years. Reckoning the 95 bags to contain to,
000 pounds, (probably loo high,) ihi quantity
would supply the lepers with a quarter of an
ounce c-r day.
At Kakaako the consumption of sugar was
16,622 iKiitnils costing $1,178, or aluut$S
for each patient, or rather more than 2ources
The two dictarie may be thus compared:
Men, i.oa p-'unils.
Salt-salmon a. on
I'ai al 3,43 pounds
Rrcatl 6 ounces
Rice t.7 minces
Sugar 3,4 ounces
J. of an umice
i of an ounce
EithcT Ihe lepers arc pampered at Kakaako
or starved at Molokai. I leave it to the board of
health. In a future letter I shall endeavor to
point out which is the proper dieting. Ap
ologizing for this long communication, I re
main Yours, obediently,
W, II. St'AM.ARl). M. D. I-ONDON.
632 Sutter St., San Francisco. July lit 1SS4.
Soultirrii C.Vi,,orWt ,.
This year can truly be called a wet season
in California. During the winter months very
heavy rain fell and now, when the farmers are
wanting to do their haying, it still continues to
"pour" at time. This Is Indeed very dis
couraging, and iti also almost an unheard of
event for rain to fall in this Golden State in
the month of June. It is just the opposite in
the Atlantic States of the Union, for there rain
is looked for at any lime during the summer
months. The fanner has to l careful in cut
ting his hay that he does not cut down too
much al a lime. Although the rain will have
damaged ihe hay considerably it will neverthe
less, lie a pretty heavy crop. The grain crop
also promises well,
Tlie price of cattle ha been coming up the
last few years, is very high ibis year. This
state is just suited for cattle raising, the large
mountain ranges, the absence of snow in win
ter, beii.g well suited for sucii biuiness.
Thi state might also be called a land of
"buccaros,"forthcchicf enjoyment of the people
seems lo be to mount fiery horses and with
spurs and "lass," chasclhecattleoverthehills.1'
The "big talk" of the day now U the presi
dential election this fall. James G, lll.vine,
of Maine ha been chosen by the Republican..
Al this writing the Democrats have not yet
convened. This will doubtless be Ihe most
impoilaut election since the civil war. All the
presidents since Ihe time of Lincoln have been
Republicans Thiswillverylikelyk-the lasina
lioual election when the greal political panic
will lie designated "Democrats" ami "Kepub
licans." About the- only dilTerence now lie.
tween ihem is the tattfl question. Other par.
ties, as history shows there have been liefore,
will have lo be organised and new platforms
The people of Southern California ate a very
sociable (icople. They delight much In dan
ces, picnics and such like. The Jew Is gener
ally the merchant, for he likes "business."
He seldom learns a trade, that being too slow
a road lo wealth. The Gentiles generally do
thewoik. The girls here are of greal variety.
They are different in this. rcH-cl from the
gill of the East, who are very stalely and
either fern fiends or piano or organ players.
Hut I cannot cloe without saying a word
about Honolulu. The lacy climate, Ihe ea.y
going people with theli hospitable manner arc
not seen here. Ilanana and other tropical
fiuit have lo lie imported. The high tempered
Spaniaid and Mexican lake the place
of ihe quiet Hawaiian. The noise anj bustle
so proverbial with the Americans is nol found
iheie. Theloveoflhe"mlghtydollai" is not
there. I wish I was there.
San Louis Obispo, June 1 5. 18S4.
A Washington di(ialch dated July 3rd sayst
"To avoid the ictssibililr of iinnoiiim.' cholera
fioto France into lids' country through the
mails, the llrnish lioveinuient will be required
to thoroughly disinfect the French malls pas,
tog through England tu litis country,"
There is minh htMaI feeling in lit
rope llisin.if. ks reient romphmennry re
ception of the delegation of V,ul!i African
Ihien, who recently walled on him, Islieljevei!
by mnif alarmist to ! inimical lo llrltlsh In
terests In Africa and ililngf rmis lo the auton
omy of I Miami. The Homs are determined
to maintain the new .nlii Mug, Dinlxuhi, on
Ihe throne of hi falher, t'elewiyn. Much
tmeaslnew Iras lnen caused Itngllsh govern-
ient rmVlal bv the IliwsUn Imuerlal an
nnuuecment that Ituwla will extend It Asiatic
Ironllers. It I ruleil lint King William of
Holland ha secretly affiance! hi three-year-old
daughter, l'rinc Wllhelmlna, lo I'rlnee
llamlouln son of the ("mint nf Hinder, heir-
apparent lo the throne of llelglum, In order
to reunite iioiifinn ami iieiguiin. renin has
addressed note 10 England, llussla and Tur
kev. msisline upon a tiromtit M-tllemcrt of Ihe
frontier question. I!ltla uiiirls I'ersU In
her demand for a frontier commiMion. It i
staled in Madrid lhat France ha assured
Spiin that there Is no intention on her part
iniii'turu inc integrity 01 tne Mtlian ot .Mo
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AMBURCBREMEN PIRE INSURANCE
r A, saARFRR & C0.tAGt:STS.
Ihe above firm having len appointed agent of thli
company are wepureii to lrure mM again! (ire on
.Stone nnd Krlclt tjitiMinx and on Merchandise (stored
therein, on the mot favorable term. For particutar
apply at thctron.ee. i
TRANS-ATLANTIC PIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
. tlACKFtlhn & CV.f Agtntt.
Capita; and Reserve . Ueichsmark ,000,000.
their KeInuranct Companies '
lite Agent of the atoe Company, fur the I I&Hatfan
Inland, arc prewired lo inurc Building, Piiriniure,
Merchandise and 1'rolucc. Machincn. etc nlo Suzar
and Rice Mill, and veel In the harbor against km
or damage hy lire, mt the most favuraM term. t
UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
of New Yoru.
Ii It.DRR A Cp., AGRXTS,
fMfffnf, Siif'rat ttittt tntn$ lromnntctt IAf
In mt'tturr CoittjHiHt hi Ihr ll'oi-,
CASH ASSETS OVEH $9000,000.
IW further Information concerning the Com nan v.
and for rate of Insurance apply to the Agent, or in
J. K. Wiseman, Solieitim; Agent 1
ORTH-GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg-,
A llACKf-RLD & Co., AGRXTS.
Capital and Reserve Rcichsmark 8,Sjo,ov
their Kt'lruiirancet.ompanit'S, " 35,ono,ouo
'Ihe Acenti of th above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are priiared to Entire Ilutlding, Furniture,
lrn l.fsnilT ifiI lrrsiliiii M m titiim-. 4Ff.. alxn Suair
and Kice Mill, and escUin Ihe harlmr, against Iom
or damage by we. on the most favorable lerm. t
OSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
Aeents for the Mawallan Islands.
IIIILADELPIIIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. IRHII'j;! Co..
Aeents for tlie Hawaiian Islands. i
RITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR-
ancc e.oinpany. tLlmlted)
TllhO. II. OAI'IKS, AfiE.Vr.
The aliove ajent has received nstnictions to re
duce the lates of Insurance between Honolulu and
Tons in Ihe Pacific, and is now prepared to issue poll
cies 1,1 Ihe lowest rates, with a sjiecial reduction on
freiglir iter Meainer. t
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Company.
HSHOP& Co., AGF.XTS.
Itiillmllril l.liihllllj li, Sloehlinlitrrn.
Assets . $31,130,100
incosir ruK 1879:
Premiums received after deduction of re
insurance S S.jS'.'M
Losses promptly adjusted and paid here. I
or ban Francisco.
CASTLR sV COOKRi AGRXTS.
NEW ENGLAND MUTUALLIFE INSUR
ance Company of Boton.
CAST.R & COOKS AGRXTS.
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in the united states.
I'ottrtrm ue.f on themoit Fitrartthl Term
uxAMtiK or NON-rnRFKiTrkK has ;
Injured age 35 yeart ordinary- life plan f
1 Annual premium continues Policy a years, 3 days
1 Annuxi premiums cunnnuc roucy 4 yeaji, is
3 Annual premium! continue Policy e years, j
4 Annual premiums continue Policy 8 years. 46 '
5 Aunual premiums continue Policy ioyear,v6 '
Losses paid through Hnoluolu Acencv. $41. c
foreign berUocmcnts. 7
IT W. SEVERANCK,
116 CALirovstA Sr., Cau,(Rooh No. 4.)
IMH'.IM.V COXHITi. .r t'OMM i.SSIttS
rHARLES BREWER A Lo.
If KtNV SrKVBTf DoSTOh,
.MKXrS or .Ill.sf.l.V iMCKKT.V,
IJfHerul CohhhmIoh Atrtt,
nSpecUl at lent ion ji.tn to the piArchaitc of e jod fur
k. tl-.tU ..!- L'.r..!.. . I. . .
iianiiikiii tiiMiic. riiirni HS1SC 1 ,,
Lstne ronlrarts ll.llt of I J-Jinc,
flills of KsLiaugf, l,)wrs uf Aitomey,
Monjiajti. Charter l'jn)ns
UuilUcrs' Ci-traits. Anlclss of AzreciHetil,
lk.d, Ituttoouy lijtivU,
Iweases Purshasers' and MatiuUclur.ts' Inviiices, Mar
rUg (.Vrtiuealcs tlAwAiian fuem. littler
..". Ms. slap of lh Istuidt, Itut
V"- of HuuJulu, Chans of
OR ANY BLANKS PRINTED TO ORDUR
,11 TUOI. 17. TU HUM'S
alaaCHsur Stsih sras,
0NEV TO LOAN.
INQUIRE OF J. S. CINSBURG. ,
Comt r U MushaM atU Nsuua4 Sts
Is. Assmtri) I'citiinuiras.
tAlir.K'H ANII-Nf KV0U9 ti:NIIOI,t)f:RI,
RnMf llnldert, t'mli M-, Irnejr an. I llfwiy
Misttt'es K0I1I nweiniM. Iity an. Ismh
toMertaml l'ar Cltlter( r'abr' I.Mr
Yrtatn, lirntam's Vrlt.i lstet,
I ivsitl HriMier, Mnl.lir m wisnl
peffrlt hbny, thumb l.(l,
JVtsdl F'lWertir. Huhoer
IfsfMl til vstVnM
, etc , te
Vnr 1,1e 111 rims. 11. TiiHtni't
Mttuiir&f-rT n I'o.t Sr.esr Sniiii
DENS AND PENCILS.
(.11.101 l-S AND i.Asri.itl!KO0K I'KNS
In all the ilstraM. nmnlrs.
IJifill Pens, SlwimftAn, Onnmerr.ialafr-1 C ttsrmn Hissise
rem. ,si.Mef loil't A C.i)
Rt:i 1 a ni.i: 001. n i'K.v.
r mi "Mi loinHtMr IVns plain and iM mnwited
I'rtneta Idtinlaln Pens, Ski,tin pent. ,
(.agle C'l AhlfnTMIIe PenelHaml liwlsi
Red, Iriua.hd t .recti Pistil-,
I'etKlU, Nn. 1 lo 4 Atllsc.' Pewtll, lrstnst
I'enells In s, ljrtt Pundh, State
PemlU pbin of In wesl,
Ai 11111H, 11, iiiititM'n
Meinitt Srn-i.r ao Pour Sr.urr Strum,
INKS, INKS, INKS,
A I. N O 1,1) WKI'IINO P I. U I Ii R ,
In it,, pts , jtits am cones.
11NK, in it. (its. and H H-
DAVIS- DIAMOND III.ACK INK,
In its,, (.is., ii pts. and rsns.
AK.NOI.D'.S UII'VINO INK, l.iil... . a.,J n.
DA IS' ami I'lXKM'S.S eon. InV in Maelc, Line ami
sWft, and catmlneAndcrimsiHi Iniilsfrom t to r n,
ANIOINI-H tlot'tMvk Lotitliiit Ink. ills, ami pt.
CAW'.s) Ill.uk Hnid Inl, ..,
JtV DAVIS' TREASURV MUCILAOU, TIJ,
Ht , s.. enns, ammtrrrractoryandreliat,leaiticle.
AtirnitATtc ani Vrnru tihsj MteiiAr.r,
for Hill ill rilDI. II. rilHVM'H
Pnttr Sr.eKT anh Mi-iicmant Hra.rr Sromcs.
Now In stock, with additional Kaitern invoices en
route. A fine variety of tlie
C 0 N N r.CI I C U T V A 1. 1, i: V M I I. I.S,
Can. Leral. Letter. Note and Dill Paner.
Assorted weishtil. Also Marcus Wanl's ltlli l.lnen
r iai riHi.i ami null iaM-r, I'lain, ur can ue
ruled up to suit any older,
lirVi:i)l)INO NO I P. AND KNVmoi'l.S.tfJ.
Mourning Paix-r, Windsor and Tttrlcey Mills t.tuen
Letter and SiA I, Trench (uadrillc loiter nnd
Note paper. Copvln ps-r,
for Malr ill THOU. It, TllltlUf.S
MeaciiANT Sr.EeT ash Post Sr.e.T Sro.itA.
i.i.oai.cap pi:rpi:ciion pad?,
iiuddkk'.s i.kitp.r pads,
I-etter, Cap and Note Hlocks of first quality piper,
Leeal (Jap, letter and Note Miiks of ruld
Manilla tiatier, plain Memo, and Note
LlocU, M. & ll-fl.l lilorlia
for Hills, Stal.tiietits,
Vah lists, ete,,
Or Paper PUT UP In ANY FORM Desired,
Ai Tints. 11, riiitu.ws
.MSRCHANT St.eKT AND PORT HmsKT SmKeS.
AND PASS BOOKS.
A full Stock in hand at all timM of variom
t and thtcknc of
Mrimivmutmit lino!, mut unnnilnt Stnrn
I'ttnn I toot;, leal tier, preM Imard and faft cover.
Monthly atid U'eelcly Memo. 'lime lJools, Mitt, nuot,
tfuuhsns' nnd f! racers' I'ass IJtk. tUh lesj.Af.
Scratch H-oVtVuyy Itoutii,Kxrcise Itoubn,
Mann', V tin and I reiitli Copyinj
IIjoCt. letter, isost and aji
ftlrcj, half and full IxHind,
Far Satr nf TltOS. U. TltHVM'S
MraciiANT Stbfft aki Kokt Stkut Stork.
kills uncr.ivAiiLi: an pavaiilk uooKij,
Itrnt A Money Itrrcljit, ,S?il)jttntJ flrr !,
Writer J toot, a t School retnitnt
I'larttatlon linn-Hoot t i'aefcage Keefits, M.Ur. Or-
Jer I Slant, i&, iCj.cnnsiantlyrMi hatnl, ftr
Pcial Porms Made tip to Order on Short Notice
At TIIOS. a Tiiitrus
Merchant Strfkt akd Fokt Stuht Stom-js.
T LANK BOOKS,
A fine Assortment f
now in fttoct consisting of
i.i;ii(n:i;s,.JovnXAi.sf .i vsnuft hash
full hound. In Demy and Medium blzes.
Ledgers, Journals and Records,
Half Hound, jn Cap, Demy and Medium Siei.
Cap I.nng Day Hoots and Single Kntrj Day IlsXtt'
half hound. 'Iwo-tlnrd Day Hoots, Narrow
Order Hoots, I rial Ha la nee Hoot,
Cash Itoots Qto. Record
FOX SALK AT
TIIOH. , Til HUM'S,
Mfkcmant Strfbt and Kokt Sthiet Storks.
TTC, ETC., ETC.
VISITING CARDS, PLAYINR CARDS, SLATES
single and double. Duplex cap and letter clip,
hhtpman'ft letter, Cap and Invoice Kile, Rub
Vet Copjin thcti, Cop)in2 Hruth,
- DampeninaS HowU, InUtanJt, Hape-f
Weiihu, Seal in e W'ak ttacL and
red. I'aper T'ateiicrs !
sal and Notarial !. Moore's Ittatcrs, Hlotting
Ta-U, iVoaram-ne rasIs Key Rinjt, I'inf
bilk 'I ftsie, I'mk Taj, together uith the
THOUSANn AND ONE OTHER ARTICLES
Uiuatly found in well appointed Stationery Store,
lo,-Sucat TltOS O. Til HUM'S
Mkkciiant Strekt and FotT Stbikt hTomiA.
UGAR MACH I NERY.
VElt " MA LLSGJTi:."
Wc hare received a further contsnment of
Mmtrn, Mtrrre,l Hmh( Co.'MMuritttery
And have now on hand, ready for delivery :
One Triple K fleet, un handsome iron ktajing, containioj
3i4 35 "luire feet of heat in hit face, with l'umpin;
Fn.ne ami dtKhirsing Montjiu, complete.
OiW iXHihtcKlTrct, laving 2,190 square fret of healing
kutface, with Engine and Montjm,
One Mt of Four Veton 1'atent Centrifugals, with
Kn,(iiie and Mitci
One tct of Two Veim'a Talent Centrifugal.
llatn increa-scd facihtics for the maaufActure cf
the' niochlue. (the Wciton latent, for which, n
Great Ihitain tut expired), we are thus crulUd to cflVr
them at materially rcduccxl price.
V hate a full aorttnnt of Centrifugal pam-
Unlngt, tra, ruhber tan It ami Lushe, etc
Two plasooal Ilnginet, eaih 6 in. Ly 1 9 In.
ClsU-ifieri, Flat Cooler, 8 by 6 hy 9 and 6 1 j by 1 , 7,
One Spa' Top Roller fur iO Ly 94 to. Mill.
One Spare Side Roller for ill. d).
On Sparc Iniermediate Spur Wheel for gearing of do.
,6tif a W. MACFARUNK k Co.
OOKS PERTAINING TO HAWAII.
Jutci HUtory of the Hawaiian lUnvU.
Wnuney's I J aid UjL
Mi Hud's Su ilosiih In the, Saadwkh IkUnJ.
MkSA tlordsn Cuttbung't Hr Fount!.
llawaiUa AIuuiuc ! AaouaL
Tofvtlvir Uh a Ufte-uxk otfvaluaU and entcrtaut
big UkAs h4 iA wkin U publihd iu tk tvttppltroKDl
U I hi paptiv
For ule u
Vrt - MrW
ASTLK ft COOKK,
tmv, II, I.
Would call attention to their Largf and
tarltd Block of
Omshflnf rf the itntlvstfed l'H ttrt
vatArt, Dirt lrpr,
Joint UnntVt Uaijk Viuwn,
riantn Hoes tA tlie lt males
DISS TONS CKLKIlRAntD CANK K.VIVfJS
made to order. Ames Shot el an I Spade,
Garden I toe. Canal t Hftunr, Ot
How, Voice, Chain, reive
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS, SUOAK KEGS,
Sperm Oil, C)tinir, lanJ
anu r.eroen uii, reriect
Lubricator, I'lurnbaxo, Al
bany (Urease. DisiiWiar.iJ
h. and J. rite, alliMand
kind. Stam I'Acklng, Hat
atid Round India KuWr,
Asbslo anI ISoap Stwte,
Max Packing, India kult
Xitr Ho, Ji toiiwh- I1iet
and Coupling, Nut and
Washer, finished. Machine
Holt, all lire. Cold pretwtd
Miotic smith', Kniner't and
Carpenter' Hammer. I'ii"!
V,lliirisi, 11 im lira, d IIM ii (V
94 With, Anvit. Vice, Tuln
Sraperd, (Jnmisione, Hest
American Har Iron and font
Steel, Hudders Hardvate,
All kinstav ami njle, Hub
buck's Paints aistlO.t, raw
and lulled. .Small Taints n
O.I. in large variety. Hit
Taint, Umt-er, eneiun,
Kid, Ochres, Metalhc rc,
Whiting, trcrinan Window
&id iM, Manila Rope
No. r and a Flour, No. 1 and a Rice,
Crushed Suear, ChinaandJapanTeas,
Oyster, CUmi, Salmon, Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory
Pure English Spices. Condensed Milk
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES The i'.if
nre hrromeiif Off, rtonM feu
titfttfiil JAnttnjt 14 Inch. ItnUhrr
Sjirtttff ami t'ntifiiH Itvuhr just at
hand, Blake Steam Pump Valves, Hack
In?, &cM BUke Boiler Feed, Juice or
Mclatjes, Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
ALSO OH CONSir.NMRMT
California Hay, Uarley. Potatoe, Kairtli
Salmon, Hams, Asbrto Misture for Holier
and Si cam Pipe. ery cheap. Fence Wire
and StapU, (lalvanued RoAfing
Wilcox and Citb's Automatic; Singer Manufacturing
Company, Assorted: Reiuington Coropanj, Fau)d;
W.Isoii .Machine, the best a.ortment lo be founJ,
and at Hot torn lnce.
New Goo by ercry arrival from England, New
t nrb ami SBn PranCKJ'n.
1 Naw TrsvotloB Easjliie, 8'horma powar.
Orders from the other Island rilled at Heft Kale, and
O J- LEVEY & CO.,
WbolKaU aud lUtaU Grocr.,
, ObU at-LUlU' HALV kt'lLDIKn,
FOKTSTRErr HONOLULU. II. I,
Have constantly on, hand. Fresh and Oiok
Stssylss aatl Fancy Orooirl.
Our Goods are always of tit. B.st Qaahly,
F.VF.KV ARTICLE WAKKANTED.
TtmN AND IStAJiU TMDC SULICirrU
Arrangements hav. now lsrn cotu(.lted .llh th
Orranic Seamihin Un. L) which . dl leecis.
EASTERN OVSTER3 ako
Oholoa Fraatt CaliroraU RuU Buttar.
Tts. Articles will Le carried in the tteamer.
Ic. Chest, ap we hai Imik a
Comiuodioui lie llMlse, lu
To supply Our Customers with th. aUov. artlclrs
IUST AS FRFSII,
As ir tHiir itatc li, CAtiroeau.
VK A.K NOW arDV
To R.c.I.. Orders la Advance (or
OVS.LKS. CELERV AM) IRLSH S.LMON,
TO aaaivs a s, , siaairuta.
Goods DelWered Free to all parti of the City.
GIVE US A CALL.
Tatar-Hone No. at.
BUTTBftlCICS CUT PAPER
A new suppljrcUt.4 uilet usi received Iff t re
pleuLaed each nwuth-and ts xaje al their wataed
una or br, irsia.
QT. MATTHEWS HALL, SAM
'a s a 11 o ft i,
l-ateI fn theUastifnl rUlac'eHan MtQ rm i,e
IklatlrlMrrtl trt I Ma. f'ffitesfstt fMntttor nf rffttita.
nHttd lT ", f.J are ht ev; ) trn-.l (m tho
i?irr joijr 4
ir fSmht rfifmmatdw and fti1H, fmt wit,
X7ILI)KH A CO,,
Imrairtet 1 awl deater In
Am, llitllillnit Mntltrlal
of all MrJ jsi't rotelretl, e latt artival. setna
urc ami wen t,n.ifargtM u
.ninMne all the IHual tt(Ji tl.l
III Scantling, Timber,
Planks and Boards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scant tint, I'Une itffat' and rouh ISoardi rur
faretl and rortib l.altn, I'kketl, kuttlc,
ItiKe atd Clpbuudt,
DOORS, BASH AND BLINDS,
Alt tlief, of fUitern and California matie. and for
mI In tuantititi to tint, at lvr price.
Also, im Stuck,
Wlinr. ZINC I'AINT OILS,
MFTTALLIC ANIJ OIIIER FAINTS,
OISS ANI SALT,
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fir. assortment c
la latest tylee,
AT LOWEST PJUCES.
UNION FEED CO.,
InipurUra am dalrri In
Vnt. Itny ouit tit tiin
Goods pttitnpll) deh'tered.
Qn a fJ.UrgS ill.
Telel4iane No. 17J.
V. O. 1!j llj.
KX II A UK " Sl'lCA,"
Sou UJs Wliile Eros. Cement,
5,09 bales Wrapping Fair,
Soo lioses lllue Mottled Soap,
100 boe Sardines,
yo Empty Deniijuhii 4r (allua,
so ton Fence Wire, 4, 5, 6, '
to cases rialn Calvanlted Iroo,
10 cams Slice! Zinc,
ya cases Tin FUtes,
a) rases Saddles etc, etc, .IC.
FOR SALF. IV
THE MONTAGUE RANGE
uiu s Err 1 so in mrick.
No. j Nvvaku Srr ilonoutu
Sol. agents fWthM islands. 111. lea cuedting ap
Latus for the Ftantatlost, Htel or lajewlir.
RANTiES FIXTURES such at
J.l Wuttr Htllmr;
Url Mar, Air.,
Al.ays tn ask.
Eaplicit duevtUw t. sellioj up aconspaiir .reri
Circulars anJ I'ricet on Jttti.J.'ijn. tit ai
'.r ai at UrrmUg U4mod frtfn ay
-' T " V " '
roii itft vs.
Hnr.f l-aelnt R. II., l rM( (im J.n Funeixa
tlwi .aH ahn:i liU lit,rFf,M tit .iifMlte. ar
M.Ith and mnf.rt tJT the ftulels. fAtilf ..tl
F AM RF.lt ft'.r IlKr.Wr.K, M. A..
RS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 10 Fort Htroeit, llniioliitu,
luryiSTr. ami rlrM is
I'nr'.t, Atftirlitiiritn, llll mut Atrntorln.
nrn in Tlia"
Wmih sixllh I.I4HT,KnxIs) Nn ll(ismMaMn.
Mimirsre MkMm N.-dtee, all Vlrri.
Ctjrilrelr'a Sits, In all reWi ami l '
I'aiUif's lfsffl llirea.1,
Llaii't O. N. T. Maealne OmIm.
Ame, Otmoietti lltliabU Cut lter ' 1'allitn
awn m mCAtmsx,
flraUr In RirIM,
(!i-, i. I Sr,r !)'''',
Sir IT, Vimlif.iUn,
Kf.11nif.xf. nrurni, in nil ....,
Senfite.Maftiinr, laa arwl C7ui.R.tinrH; ptmptlf
Importer and Dealer In
KF.KOSK.NF. I IXTUKFi.
tf,mllrs, lmps, F.ndafitf, llrarVei lnpt;
O Tnlsilar, Sid. Tukntar, l.'.4llnt )n,
and I'ulice Ijifileln. i JJuri., I'clet, arl
TaUe lmp.l (!k,v-t.vC.hintls,Refle(t'rf4,
limp Hidden for seair. mafhUies.
JIOVE.H AND K.ANOFS UwleHam, I.'iKk'.
I'airnr, KIchnve.!, Ka .SM," I'ett, Oiceula,
Hawaii Alalia Almeda Utl
JIISSISSII'I'I KANnB-CooUnx eaparltr or 10.
FRENCH RANOIX-For mtaarsnte, hoi.U, and
i.l.d. ...U.mm u.!tl. ,.r vIiImiI la l.t,f
,., I.B.E ..... -,, ".,.. - ... . .. .
WKSTENIIOLM'S I X I, CUTLERY I
A line assortment of Talde, I)trt, andT
Knle and Foil. ; Carsert and Fleelv filh
plain and ornamental irorjr hamllet ; alvr
I'ceVet KnWs, Karoee, Shear. Hutton-hol.
ami Indies' Srlisort, Ifread Knites, eenuuie
Frewh Ck l.l.lin. l:itclr ami Kitcheo
UASKirrsi ' .
Indies' NVofV.tand liailet ; Offitr, Lumh,
Laundry and MarLet tlailtet.
DOORMATS Assorted ies anil routine.
Rrl Itrntls-ri'and Mtrhleo Haling U'orla;
Water and Cream FifcheM : I able, IVett,
and'FeaKtiKesJ KteWs and Spj.Jti. SjJwei
llf.lil-rt, Nai.lin Rincs, Childfen's Mut,
"kLIe and Ciuer JwaMl, Jlslter Ksiwh,
Card Receivers, Fruit htandi, fiatrne
AOATF, U'ARfc: . .
Nwlle-raoumed Tea Sets m part or hole,
eery neat and deiiiahle; plain CoolLinc
Utensil, in larv,. .arietv.
Milk l'ai, FiaUinj and plain llauns, MdV
tluilert ; Kice. I.lljr. awl Icecream aImUi
new riatleriis In Stew Fan.
SAL'CF.I'ANS Enameled and tinned Iron, turn 3 fiat
Toilet Sets, rp'.l't Stand,
ke. Cafth, and Knife llocee; SpiftCKin.
.spidor., Cl,il.lren'e T rays.
FUtform, Cmmter, and Kitchen
ACRICUI.rUKAl. lUH.KMKNTSt . . .
MiJioe Flow, Shu-l, Spades, lloei, Rakei,
Kice and Manure Forks, OsH, Hoe Handles,
Flow llan.llrsanri Oans
ICF: CHESTS aisd REFRIC.F.RATORS,
liALHWIN IODDER CUTTERS-'lhiee nin, ii
I,ii4, and a inch rut, an A I article.
RUHIIER HOSE; . , ,
Warranted best rldc. New Wk standard,
and catLolunl, H. K, '!.', Hi ' I""
FLUMIIER AND TINSMITHS' MATERIAL
Slet lal, a lo 11 lovwiuare foot : Soil I'ipe
lead and cast iron; Wwir Closeie, Cavi
Sheet Tin ; Sheer 'jtpr, clean and tinned.
11 la to m; Hose tiitue. Rosin: Sinks,
l-lack and enameled: ditto Washstatids ,
Sheet ine : Soft Ssilder, our own make,
iJALVANlZED IRON FIPF:- to j inch; elhow.,
T retluccn, pluzs hashing.
FIFE VICES, take J to J inch pipe ; ttocks and diet,
cuts ii ta 3 inch pipe.
ISIRD CARES Ijrreil rariety in market, painted'
Leiiht, an t Ua wii.
BAIIV CARRIAOES, lioya" Wheelbarrow, and Cu
AC.ENT FOR , .; '
Hair. iOstlMeleUaleil Fire airy liorglar proof
Safes, Wc keep In stock lb. Uresc aiwott.
ment of Safes to be found w t of Callfoenla.
Cut. mailed spun application.
nELETTS ICE MACHINES:
Juu the thuiz tor use cm ptantatioos whei.
steam is asaHaUc. Small su. aiake is lbs.
ire in tour hour tsecoeisl sire. 70 lbs. lo se.eil
hours. Cats, with full direction for working ,
puiled to your addresa on amiration.
are aulboriaed 10 ileli.er these niacin,
alongside al mak prices, ajdi.'j only on
c4 packinjease arai freights.
CUSTOM WORK of alt kinds in tut, oecer, and
sheet-iron' workinr atteaided to, wukHop
o.er atorc. Work escruted Ly competcul
workmeu at reasottaUe peters.
BFVEK D1.0CK, FORT STREET.
" Nimble liipnee tetter than a slow stuilin, " a4
bicase . rfl .. s.w
UT DOMT FORCETT Mt lytit
A I N E at CO
m,t a laanti rocK or th
VERY BEST HAY. ORAIM. ETC
which IVosTered at ihe
LOWEST MARKET RATES,
and tieliiercd free la aaypait of the city.
Aleuts lor lb
farlU .afrits! Llfo lutMrume fo-
A(.t.lortlse HOOVER TBI.EFIIONK.
rnumtiniJr of Iteedt for lb Sul. of CalirVawSa.
TKLEFIIONF. NO i,Mif.
CONTRACTOR and UL'ILUEK,
ST A' J Jf r LAX ISO MILLS,
Idansitacmr. aS Uad of
lift II J is CrasVatsssSatrtt.
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