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FRIDA r. SErTTMBKR 5. 1873.
Under th lnfl mmct of immbrr of arrival from
abroad during th week, boalnea ha been lively along
th city front. In comparison with nmi time put. Th
D C Mwnf, lUscoverr, and UUa from Ban Francisco
brought la Ui acgregat about . In Talna of -oTt4
ajerrhandiiw. aud th Jc rkina from port liani
BM broajht lumber to th rain of ahont Miia ,,
wxporta for th week pr City of New Tort and Kalak.ua, I
Wr In Tain, by th. former nl, IXS.'M'iJt. and by !
th Utter. t-KJM.U. I'm prtiMrd tn theae eiport wen t
,jin ptriiKM. i Qgr, valued at 7U.&1.
Tk rlalt o( tbt RiirewnUUtn of Han x'ranrtaco capi
talist to Honolulu, ba reultil, a we arc informed, in
prftrtinsr of arrangement whereby our planter
aacciva coruaiUerabl advance on their growing! crup".
amounting In ta irr-Kte to about a million of
dollar, on term conaulerad to be qmte. favorable. It la
wuienrt xxl that mora aaalatanca will b forthcoming if
naaxlaa. Tn Investment 1 undoubtedly a f one;, tn
Tlaw cf th fact that th agax crop for the nnul year
la fairly atlmaUd. at 40.0UO Una. worth about I5.0irfr.nij0.
It 1 corrvmUy r ported alao tnat a branch of a banking
inn from San Franclaco will erelong ba established in
. this el ty. Under all the indications of well-foande-i
cosftdenc la th fa tar prosperity of th Island, there
la gooi can for anticipating that th trlngncy in the
moc7 market under which w hav been sn3ermg. will
oon L abated.
W qiota th following statement of the angar trade of
Can Franclaco for the an months cueing Jane 3, from
th a. W. Maxat of Aog. 13:
rirat 6 mo. 19.
Stock la warehouse Jan. 1, 1879
Firat mo. 173.
Cantral America .
. 1,31. An
Available for consumption
Stocks la warehouse Jnn 30. Is7.
Consumption first six months 1879 35.013.C59
Th noteworthy fact in th above figures is tbe
great railing oS in th Importation of sugars from every
quarter, except th Hawaiian Islands, and the Increase of
th receipt of th latter of about twenty-nil per cent,
cv- ta corresponding period of last year, th supply
thane blng within ten million of pounds of our ton
sumption for th six month nnder review, giving th
promt that th period 1 not ramote when lb Island
? rod act will supply all the consumption of this coast,
h sugar w receive from th Islands we pay for in part
la proddc and local manufactures. ben we draw
sugar from Manila or Rata via w pay for it in exchange
Th Ant sen Custac. is at Tibbet A Borenson s wharf .
'wher thy hav succeeded in stopping the leak, which
Was caused by a place of oakum having been left out tbe
last time she was on the ways: she will now wait for a
cargo of Sugar, for Baa Francisco.
Toe Am tern Hera, baa hauled Into the Old Custom
Bone wharf, to load for Han Franclaco.
Th Am bi DC Murray, is at Brewer It Co" wharf, dis
charging a general cargo from nan Francisco.
Th Haw bk Lilio. has docked at Allen Av Robinsons
whsrf. where sh is discharging.
Th Am ship Gov. Ooodwln. is discharging at the old
at earn hip wharf; ah will sail probably, some time next
week for baa rranclaco.
At th Esplanade, foot of Fort street, tbe Am bktne
Discovery, la discharging a gev iI cargo from San Fran
cisco. Jos Perkins, lumber from Port Gamble, and Brit
ahJu Bavncrag, a general cargo from Europe.
Th P M 8 S Australia, may be looked fur on Monday
afternooa naxt, trout nan Francisco, witb u o Mali.
POUT Or 2ZOI70Z.TJZ.TJ,
11 Am sch Caul Harney. Trpp, 25 days from A relic
I FMII City of Nw York. Cobb, from Sydney
1 Am bkta Jos Perkins. Johnson, 30 days from Port
3 Am bk U C M array. N orris. IS days from 8 F
S 1 bkln thacovery. Fuller. HHdayafrwn 8
6 Haw bk Llliu. O'Brien. IS day from 8 P
Bnt bk etonav Petrel. Eeed. 144 days frocs GUf
chr N t tie Merrill, Wallace, 42 days from Tarawa
1 T MIS Cttr of Sydney. Cobb, for Saa Francisco
3 Haw bk atalakaaa, Jenka, fat eaa Fraociaco
Ion or Csr-r. Tarrr. or raannia B HOoxra GtJi-
iil IdiiiT A.rrlrd from the Art-tic on Sunday. Ang
si. HaiaxD whalebone, lb walraa ivory, and
six) Tn akin. Beoorts th catch of whaler as spoken
and heard from up to Ang. 1st as follows: Helen Mar 7
bilMf John How. and. 3 do: Elixa. 2 do; Northern
Ujht. 1 do; Thoa Top. 6 do; Abraham Barker, 6 do;
X'jrman. i do; Alaska. 1 do; Hunter, a do; Rainbow. S do
8ebrxe. S do; Coral. do; Progress 3 do; Dawn. 2 do
Rrhr c M Wsrd. 1 IX) Bta whalebone snd 1.2U) Iba ivory
Olovanal Apiani. 4oO Pia whalebone lJ)0 tba ivory. The
Jrannette. of Bennett's exploring expedition wsa lying at
Kotsebae Hound tn company with a revenue cutter. Tbe
V. of th Swedish exploring expedition. w reported
by th natives aa having passed through Bbering btraita
between th )th and ilt of July. Capt Tripp reports
that th las winter was very severe in tbe Arctic, and
Timber of reindeer had perished from the excessive
eold. Alao that many of the nativea have died from
star ration, w hoi settlements being depopulated. This
is result of th killing oil of the walrus by whtler. as
that animal was the main reliance of the natives for
food. It seems peculiarly cruel that tbe poor Indians
should be thus sacrificed to tbe greed for gain of tbe
a kerne see.
Kseert of P M 8 City of New lock, Wm B Cobb. Com
mander, -sailed from erdoey. Aacust 14th. Cast off from
ti bane altUi m. and discharged Pilot at S S p m-, ar
rived at Aackland 11 ltta Aog 19. Running time from Syd
ney to Aackland. 4 dsr 6 hour U minate. Left Aarklsud
lulttllsB. discharging pilot at 8.40 p m. ABJg 23 at 7 a
m. 1st 2t4-r' 8 Vwg 174 t'W. exchsnred lgns with PM
lii o' W. Arrived at Hcaolnla sept 1 at Z34 a m. Han-
oing im 13 dsys 4 hours and 10 ssloaie from Aackland to
lieeotalu. E J Putt. Pnner.
Report of bktne LIUu. O'Brien Master, sailed from San
Francisco on the 19th at 4 r si had fine weather the entire
teaag. Got the first of tbe trades la 1st Ti sighted
Hani at daybreak of the 5th Bept, and arrived off the port
r Honolnla at 10 r M. 18 daya and a hours out.
Report f Bktne. " Discovery " A. Fuller, Master. Left Pan
Francisco Sunday, August 17th, at 1 r. m. In tow of lug &t-
na" With a light breeze from Sand W snd fffzy weather.
First nart of psssaee light airs and calm. The first 8 days
coo clous lion of fight Westerly winds, when sfler reaching lat-
21 N and long. 134 W we rot the trade light from a a to
M N B and carried them In that way to port. 8epc 8th at 11
A. at. sighted Motokal bearing 8 W by r. diatanc about 30
P ASSES GEKS.
, Tram Auckland, per City of New Tork, Sept 1 Mrs Barker,
-A Holme, Mrs Butcher, Mr Herrick, snd M In transitu
yor Ban Francisco Per City of Sew Tork, Sept 1
Fernet, wife and child. T W Thomson. Hon F Low. F
McCoppia, Hon w Money snd wife, Hon Dr Owinn, and
dsmrhter. Miss Nellie Hoi brook. C B Wells and wife, r
Hack. W Slmm. H F Wed. Chss Poor, Hiss Dowsett
MisxsKsrv Dowsett. w K castle, n. ti 10 wnsena. wue
and daughter. Mia M Kianey. Mix H Hempstead. T T
Pnrter. alias C K Ooulding. Mrs Child. H Waterhonse
Miss Pldder. Miss Blanche Corn well. Mrs Cogswell. X S
Caroenter. J M Davidson. B T McGinn!, wife and child
Mrs HAP Carter and daughter. J H Coney. W N Berrill.
Henry Dimond. Jaa Mclada, Geo Brown, Anton Perry
a MtVinu. Henv Kiltan. and M other.
Frosa Bydney Per City of New York, Sept 1 Mrs
Barker. John Henrirk. Mra Butcher, Thoa Holmes, Free
maa Bennett, and 62 la transitu.
From Puget Bound Per Joseph Perkins, Bept 1 C A
Hammond. A B Gordon.
Vena Ban Francisco Per D C Murray. Sept 3 Mrs
Anna Long Dr C Speirs, Jonas Jsnson, George Zimmett,
Frosa Baa Francisco Per Discovery. Sept 4 Mr Wash
tinra ana wife. Bchimming and wife. P Cook. T Mathews
O L Barnea, B B Lavlnder. M Noble. Joseph E Wiseman,
L O Benson, 78 Chinese, male, and 3 female.
For 8aa Francisco, per Salskaua, Sept 4 Mrs Daly and
child. John Patter on, James Bryant and family.
From Baa Francisco Per Li Liu, Sep 5 E Moses, 8yd-
Br. Lowery. W Henry. J O'Brien. B Phillip. N ernon,
Juxh r A mo R J Green and wife. A T William. F Gar
dner. H C hurch, C Carter, N Robinson, J E Kipp, J Shea-
star. II Telaey.
rrom Sydney, per City of New Tork. Sept 123 pigs
wvrw. iol esse and caaks brandy. 200 boxes soap, 12
nkn alM mrhdse. 1252 okgs in transitu.
r Pnri Qunbla. nev Josenh Perkins. Sept 2100 m
shingles, 88 at dressed lumber, 272 m rough lumber, 5 m
iwm Ran Franclaco. oer D C Murray. Sept. 3. 3fiO
sacks bran. 2UO cases coal oil. 60 boxes cub sugar. 200
canned goods. 7 tierce ham, lessen grain, iu
pickles. 2 casks wines. W bales hay. M bale straw
pspsr, 1JU ears potatoes, wj mu nuur.
DMal. S do crackad wbaat. 11 bbla nsh. 4 boxes do. 170
case bread. 20 bbl beer. 23 pkg stationary, 34 pkg
chairs. W boxes soap. 1 boat. 2tf cask linie, 2 m B W
poacs. 200 pkg efalnglea. 20 pkgs fnrnitnre, 27 pkgs dry
gondii, 1 esses crockery. 2S m brick. 323 pkgs misc. mdse.
From Baa Fraaciaco, per Li 11 a. Bept 5 casks claret.
14 wagnva. 80 mule, t horses. 31 bulla, cows, heifers. 33
bogs, IS chickens, turkey. 2 bbl salmon. liJO bale
hay. 100 eaaka lim. 69 keg nails, a bbl win. 20 m brick.
17 m ahtnglea, 37 in ft lumber. 1J0 r w posts. 33 cases
frosa 8a Francisco ar Diaorery Sept. tb 3 fl Sl;les
26000 brick. B P Adaau 228 pekfs mdse. Vim Quotig 4- Co 30
ca wla 1 pekgs ada BOW dder 731 pekg alse, Tbeo H
Davis 372 pekgs mdse, A W Pierc A Co 63 pekgs mdie,
Lewars and Dickson 19 pekr avl, tlo4 pnsts. 150 Mng.cs,
Tim QuoogA-C 100 hlf scks flcur. U My 20 pekr te.
Mscfartsoa 4t Co 92 pekgs mdse, O W Mac far lane A Co 97
pekgs ssds, BaUes A Co lOo rs eoal oil, M 3lclnerny 122
pekca sadaa, H HackMd A Co 204 pekg ssdse. 35000 ft dress
sd btsaber AUea and loMisoa 85 pekg ade. R McKibhio
9 pekg drags, O West 1 12 pekr mdse, M a Grlobsnm a Co
10 pegs tooaeaa, Uonschlaeger A Ca 19 pekg mdse. J T
Waterhoas 347 pekgs sras. s O HaU a Son 335 pekr uxise.
Hystaa Bra 4 pekg asdss. A W Cash 210 pekg mdse, II II
William 37 pekr furniture. Lain a Co 362 pekgs mdse. C
Brewer A Co 323 seks fced, 44 males, 14 cow sod calv-. 4
Bu!la.l boras, 8 Aagora goats. 80 bales hay, Quong Sam Kee
889 pekgs mdse. ding Cboug Co 83 pekgs mdse, and 736
pekg sads la order.
Fsr 8a Francisco, per City ef Sew Tork. Sept 1 167 J pkg
sugar, 8U bsgs lie. 10 baa betel leaves, 4M bchs bananas, 11
bod is w hah boa, I rs shoe. 8 pkgs miac atdse. Don value.
1U.B40 OS; fireiga do, ite.3a.
fc Ban rraneaeo, per Kalakaua. Bept 4 3233 pkg sogar.
gS bois BBOlsaaea. 941 bags rice, 68 bales wanl. 1 bos betel
leaves, a pkg saisc atdse Dom value, $37,3-6 2i; foreign
Hoaaa In this city, at tbe Queen's H capital. Sept 2 1, Daa
IU. llooss. of Saa francisoo. He came to the bland in June
m passenger a board the W U Meyer, hoping to On J employ
ment as a paiotcr. His health tailing be was placed in the
hospital, wher ha was supported snd hi funeral expense
paid by th Ladies' Stranger's Friend Society. From a cerU
tcat funnd sasoug hi paper, it appear thtt he served dur
ing th war a a private In th Forty-Brt Regiment of Ohio
Voiantaers. and was drawing a pension of eight dol'ar a month
harinf "ea wounded while in the ervice. This eert:Dcsie
a bws. piaeed in the heads of tbe V 8 Consul, llonolalu.
Hi brotaer. Michael, resides at 81 Herman street. West Side.
Cleveland. Ohio. CT n Francisco paper please cpy.
OtmmuMicaU'i by & C. l)twutn.
A Jull Cargo of
BARK "STORMY PETREL,"
Which wUl b e Erred for sal oo very liberal terms, t thg
esof uiviorivfa r.
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 6.
During t!ie week art tf.cre has been heurd no
little complaint because t!c Puetrnater General
declined t di-i'atcli a mail for tbe Eiat by the
bark Ka'akaua which railed on Thursday. The
t mail went forward by the P. M. steamer on
M n.Jay, somewhat ahead of time, and took a
are aiaunt oT exchan; ar.d many business
letters, and parties interested were desirous of
Bending duplicates by the first following reesel.
Moreover a mail was received from the East by a
sailing vessel on Wednesday, and the opportunity
to answer letters on Thursday was considered a
fortunate circumstance. For these reasons, no
little dissatisfaction was expressed at the failure
to make up a mailTrom hence by tbe Postmaster
General. That official has stated bis intention
however to dispatch a mail on Monday next by
the ship Gov. Goodwin, if she goes, and gives
a . i
as a reaeon lr not senaing Dy me naiakaxia.
that the cost is two cents a letter sea postage.
and that an economical management of the office
forbids the too frequent sending of mails.
U is true that letters may be ana are sent
through the consignees of veseels, who when no
regular mail is dispatched are generally kind
enough to keep a letter ba open for the accom
modation of ti e public. But still this mode is a
departure from the legitimate course, and is not
satisfactory; besides the general public cannot
avail themselves of it. The Poet Office is estab
lished for the use of the public, and in no coun
try is expected to be a source of revenue; on tbe
contrary if it at any period pays its own expenses
from ltd receipts, it will generally tie conceaea
that the time has then come to reduce the rates
for poetage. We doubt if any one could be
found to make Complaint if, by reason of fre
quently dispatching of mails from our Poet
oc..,ue cijuauures tor the year snould ex
ceed the receipts by a huudred dollars or more.
The intelligent tax-payer would consider the
money well spent in the public service.
The Hon. Mr. Mon-y, who recently visited
these Inlands on a pleasure trip, and who holds
the important position in the U. S. Congreos of
Chairman' of the House Committee on Post
Offices and roads, mude a remark in our hearing
which struck us as quite pertinent here ae well as
el.ie where. Said he: "No reform in Post
Offi'ie affairs ever comes from the Post Office
itself : it must be effected from the outride." If
our community desires to see a change in the
mode and the number of mails dispatched hence
to the East and our business relations abroad
seem to demand it the movement must originate
in the community itself, aud it must consist of
something more forcible than a mere grumble
among business men.
Last Wednesday and also on Thursday, for
several boursthe water was shut off from the
city without any previous notice beiog given.
This is not the first, nor the second time that a
similar inconvenience not to call it by a worse
name has been inflicted upon the payers of
water rates during the incumbency of the pre
sent official in charge of the Government water
works. In the cae of steam workshops and of
families, the shutting off of the water without
notice is quite liable to result in a serious trouble,
and something more than a mere annoyance.
Occurring as it did on Wednesday about the mid
dle of the forenoon and lasting until past one
o'clock, we may imagine the trouble it must
have caused the bouFewifo, thus deprived of the
means of cooking her husband's dinner, due
promptly at 12, and the good man's maledictions,
not loud but deep, in consequence. It may have
been to the profit of the saloon keepers, for the
strongest inimled teetotaler in town could not
have got a drink of water from the taps. We do
not doubt tlut in equity a cause of action would
lie against the Superintendent of Water Works,
who on behalf or the government lor a stipulated
sum contracts to furnUh the rate-payer with
water, but which be fails to do without reason
able excuse, lhe excuse in this instance as we
aro informed is that a Chinaman in the employ
of the department ehut off the water in the
to the public, but the Superintendent is, and if
not the latter, then the Minister who
s Minister who appointed . .
in office. Former incumK MRS. COLGATE BAKER'S
riably gave ample notice X?,lEc,, A S!ERM,N v "P
J 6, r . " r Boardmg and Day School for Yonng Ladies an
him, or continues him
bents oftheomce invari
whenever the necessity occurred of shutting off
the water. The official in question (of Water
Works) has really too many irons in the fire.
and it 1 therefore not surprising that some of
fdjicm should occasionally get burned. The duties
of Superintendent of the V ater orks, in their
present and prospective enlarged condition, if
thoroughly and carefully attended to, ought to
occupy the time and attention of one person ;
but when the same individual holds in addition
to that office those of Road Supervisor for the
Island of Oahu, Superintendent of Public Works
and Clerk of the Market, with probably per
quisites, besides attending to outside business, it is
no wonder that some of the irons are burned, and
the public regard it in the light of an omnibus
affair, with a decidea squint towards lavontism
The attention of the Minister of the Interior is
respectfully directed to this view of the case.
As Road Supervisor, this same official of many
titles and much emolument has been the subject
of frequent complaints from a patient public, of
neglect or ignorance ot the proper discharge of
Jus duties. As a case in point it is only neces
sury to state that we were informed on Wednesday
evening last, II. li. 11. trie lleir Apparent nar
rowly escaped a serious acciucnt while passing
along Beretania street, from the close proximity of
an excavation maae ana leit unienced and untight
ed (the nizht was quite dark) in the centre of
Punchbowl street and mauka side of Beretania
street. A visit to the spot by a representative of
the Advertiser, disclosed to view a pit Tour feet
in diameter and two or three feet in depth, and
up through which a stream of water was pouring
from an orifice in one of the main pipes, some
six inches in diameter. Thia beauty-spot on the
fair face ol our vigilant ana carelul ICoad super
visor's domain, might have been regarded with
only curiosity in daylight ; but we involuntarily
shudder when we suppose a happy family re
turning from a drive or a picnic with no thought
of danger children prattling and parents happy
in their children's happiness when, without a
sign of warning the horse suddenly shies and
a wheel goes into the pit, the carriage is over
turned, limbs are broken and perhaps lives are
lost. Are we to wait tor the occurrence of some
such accident before we censure? An ounce of
preventive is better than a pound of cure; and
therefore In the interests of the public we declare
that through ignorance or gross negligence, or
both, the prewnt incumbent of the office of Road
Supervisor is unfit for the position.
We repeat, the result is damaging to the pub
lic service when several important offices are
heaped upon one individual. As Clerk of the
Market, another performs his duties while he re
ceives the emoluments. As Superintendant of Wa
ter Works, be is utterly regardless of the conveni
ence or tbe rights of tbe public, and he neglects
the interests of the government by allowing the
water to run to waste. As Road Supervisor he i8
guilty of criminal negligence and disregard of tbe
comfort and safety of the public. Thus this per
son of many parts stands indicted at tbe bar of
Q.U 4 RTERJ.V MEETING OF THE
board of Trustee of the Queen's Hospital will he held
at the Konm of the Chamber of Commerce. THI3-D.W,
(Saturday), reptember 8th, at 11 a.m. Per onW.
eVpt S. F A. SCHAKFfcR, Sec'y.
JUST RECEIVED per STORMY PETREL
6 STE1M CL1BIFIERS, 500 GALLOMS EACH.
For sale cheap by (e6 if) II. nCKFELD A CO.
r VI KTl'E OF A .WRIT OF EXKCtTION
issued frnm the !uprene Court of the Hawaiian Ialaml.
dated Am. 27th, 1979. in bvor of Charles W. Ory against
Catherine W arrt-n. f.r the no of $204.10. I have levied opon
and ahal expewe for aale all the right, title and interest of lhe
aid Catherine Warren of, in and to that, certain parcel of land
liluate oo Noaano street, sou lb of the property of J. II. Wood,
together with the buildiors and Improvement therein, and
the right of way thereto. Thia property being a portion of the
premises conveyed by Denry Cornwell to James Campbell,
and all of the same premise by said James Campbell conveyed
to said Catherine Warren, by Ired dated March 31M, 1870,
and recorded in the Honolulu Registry of Deed in Book 69,
on Page 2o7, for the consideration of $2,300. James Camp
bell hold a nmftciire on the premiars for aecuring $1900,
with nine percent, interest, payable March 31st, a. n ISSi.
Tbe said Catherine W arren's equity of redemption in aod
right of poseUn of the premise until default in payment of
Id teres I as aforesaid, will be sold aa aforesaid at I'nblic A ac
tion, at E. P. Adam Auction Room, on SATURDAY, October
11th, 1879, st 12 noon, unless aid judgment, interest and
costs be previously saiufled. W. C. PARKS,
Marshal of th Hawaiian Island.
Pr DAVID DAYTON,
Boo JoJat EP- 6tb,379. Deputy Marshal,
IT I. suitable lor business purposes of any kind- Keot
reasonable, aod further infocmauoo may be obiainedoy
appljing at the fantiieoo. corner Hotel ard rort at " "
a r- XI I FT V V I lilJtiia-ra r.r.r-
:r ii m ecraraneol of some month. Ap
ply, ttatitg references,
Ac, to ibis
vnr vr: mi a SlTtns
ie c i 11 T . L-,-.t- rmi!v or Hot-1.
log to make b.me:f generally nstfal; tborouhly knows hi
business ..dwel. recomn.eoded.
RfcSIOKNTS fIF IOOL.l'L.L CIS T
OUAlN FkD TCRKKY8 by the piece or dosen, at the
j If .. ... Usnnskaa trtt.
americau uu v sorTHU.
delivered In th paw at K.lukalu or at the bck
Kealakekoa. Haaali- Frlce, $19 per Head. et
lgblrom400to600 lb. Applyto
sclm. II. N. UKhhX WELL, Koo. HsU-
Dl'RINO Mr TEMPORARY ABSENCE
from this Kingdom, 1 hav ppointed Mr. J. . i.
VYATEKHoCeE. inn, to act as my pn7.w.,B,;".':
nowlcdcmenu to Labor Contract in
th Piatnct ot noua,
Oahu. se 4t
T Creditors f Estate f J. D. Watson, deceased.
ALL. PERSONS W II O ARE ESTITLED
to payment on claims sgaioit th Etie of John V
W.uon. dressed, late of Kat.eohe. Oahu. are rNMMdtti
call immed.ately at the office of the underi,ned on Kaahuma
ou street, Honolulu, and attend to the same, as Admimslra-
uon on in sai . ' ... .urrn
Honolulu, Sept. 4, 1870. se8 it Admini.lrator.
miiL' rvni-Rir.ED IVOl'I.D
1 FCLLY inform tbe public that he has leased
i ..MUkmni! ill endeavor to carry it on in a
fliat-class manner. Confectionery. Ice Cream, CoM BeTer
ace of all kinds. Cigars, 40., alway on hnd. W ith ciriUty
aod kind atteniioo i to all. .trmrvrr.
onolalu, Bept. 5, 17. seB 3t G. C. BTRATBMaYnB-
rmnm. tntUERSICNEI) BEG TO INFORM
A tbe Ladies of Honolulu and vicinity that they bare se
cured the service of
A First-Class Dressmaker !
Of mn of experience In San Francisco and other Eastern
title. Order promptly executed
and warranted to please.
GRANT at ROBERTSON.
a R K CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT
Ih Wanted br FieDtetiiber 1st. of this year. $50,000 to
160.000 oo 0 rat morttage, on a first class Sugar Plantation,
valued at $200 000.
The ernn of IRHO will be from 1000 to 1200 ton. Will com
mence taking off 300 ton in October, 1879. Tbe Plantation ha
180 laborer, and I well found in Mules, Carta. ac. Machinery
In first class order, and can crush seven or eight tons per day.
For further particulars apply to tbe undersigced,
Ju28 A. J. 1 ART WRIGHT.
A L.L. ANIMALS FODND TRESPASSING
A nnnn the Crown Land of HONOKAWAL. Maoi. on or
after November let, 1879, will be impounded according to law,
C. II. JCDD,
sola 3m Croyn Commissioner and Laod Agent.
a l.f, PARTIES INDEBTED TO THE WAI-
LCKH STORE of T. J. MOSdM AN, are requested to
make Immediate payment lo J. 11. HARK, a these accounts
are overdue, aod a a certain disposition was mane juij xoo,
of the Block snd Bills receivable of said IHore. and as the said
bosineea is being wound op, all Bills unpaid will have to be
collected bv Drocess of law. Prompt settlement will save
August 15th, 1878 n tt
MJ Kingdom the lion. Chas. K. Biabop will act for me un-
der a full Power of Attorney.
. M0TT SMITH.
Honolulu, July 7, 1879.
TOTICE IS IIEREBT GIVKN THAT THE
uoderaiirned have been appointed Executor of the will
of Alexander Hutchinson, late ol N'aalebu, Hawaii, deceased,
and all person are hereby noli fled to present their claims
dolv authenticated, whether secured by morlgsge or other
wise, within six months from the date hereof or tbey will be
forever barred, and all person indebted to said estate are
notified lo make Immediate payment.
JOHN 8. WALKER,
J. O. CARTER.
Executors of the will of Alex. Hutchinson, deceased.
Honolulu, August 19, 1879. au23 lm
LOR RENT. TO A SI XGLE GENTL.EM A N
f a Room, a hort distance up theNouanu Valley, com-
mandinr floe view of tbe orrounding scenery, harbor and
sea. Addresa A. B. 88 box Post Office. u23 lm
rQLDME 13 eflhe P. C. ADVERTISER
January 20, 1878.
bound or unbound
Volumes 2. 3 snd 4 of Til K FRIEND,
1 Set CONVENTION PAPERd, bound
or unbound. 1 Volume
i to ooenptcte seta, for which lair
pnees win Be
THOS. G. THRUM.
ran 848 and 860 Van Ness a venue, San Francisco, Calilornia.
The School Year begins A ogust 1st, 1879. For further in-
fortnation, letters addressed ss above will reach Mrs. Baker. or
shs refers by permission to Mr. Joseph Cooke and Mr Charles
A. pi lion of Honolulu, aod to Messrs. Williams, Blancbard tc
Car, San rranciaco. jy 6 scoff
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale I
lJOTICE IS IIEREBT GIVEN THAT
1 I SAMUAL STAINES, tbe Mortgagee named in a cer
tain Indenture of Mortgage, dated 18th April, 1879, made by
Henry Cbamberlaine and Kahoaka hi wile to me, the said
Samuel Staines, will tell at Public Auction on Thursday, the
Uihdty of September, 1879, at 12 m. at Kohala, Island of
Hawaii, that certain Lease of Land, mane by Kukukarnoku
to Henry Cbamberlaine, dated l.-t September, 1876, for 20
years, of Record in Liber 43. on page 305, as Jy said Lease
more particularly appear. Also that certain premise situate
in Makawao. Island ol Maui, more particularly described in
Rnyal Patent, No. 2885, issned to Kauwe. For further par
ticular enquire or MMUCL f lAl.bS,
Or CECIL BROWN, Attorney for Mortgagee.
auJ3 St Honolulu, Oahu, 8. 1.
$1,300, 01,000 c3 $ooo.
UTAXTKD TO INVEST THE ABOVE
V T amounts either in First-Class Securities or Govern'
au30 4t Address: CAPITALIST, this Office.
PACIFIC SUGAR MILL.
Capital $100,000, ditlded Into 200 Shares of $500
eath, One-half Paid Tp.
AT A MEETING OP THE STOCKHOLD
ERS in tbe above named Company, held at Honolulu
this day, tbe undermentioned were elected as lhe first Officers
of the Company.
F. A. S('HAKFER.V President
JCLICS HOTINU Treasurer
H El N RICH RENJE Secretary
JOHN U. PATV Auditor
II KIN RICH RENJES, Secretary.
Honolulu, August 27tb, 1879. au30 It
Life Insurance Company.
TIIIRTY-IOIRTH JXXrAL BEP0CT.
IT. IIA K1TLI) & CO.,
C. 0. BERGER, Special Agent,
For the Hawaiian Islands.
The only Company that Usues
Tontine Investment Policies,
Bring practically an
Endowment Policy at the usual Lile
FORGETFULNESS of PEOPLE !
ET US SEE WHAT IT AMOUNTS TO.
Tbe Rev. Dr. Hale was said to represent thi class of
persons to a charm. He once went to lha poet office lor bis
letters; the Postmaster asked Mm hi name. After a few
moment hesitation he said. truly, I have forrot." On his
way home to ask hi wile, he met a friend who extended hi
hand, saying. "Good morning Dr. Hale." 44 Ah! yes, that's
It," aaid tie, and retraced bis step for his letter
You may aee many in Honolulu equally forgetful. For in
stance, see that man on the street trying to smoke hi clear.
Puff, puff, puff, but its no go; it ha lot it heat. Cast your
eye around and observe that other (tentleman chest thrown
forward, head buck, hat on three hairs, and his every move
ment indicates a feeling of superiority. His forgetful friend
aajrs " W here did you get that cigar ? "
Vl bere else but at M A Rt'll A NT'S I "
" I have just passed, but forgot to get some," and be imme-'
dialelv retraces his step to Marchaul'c. "here is to be iouod
tbe Choicest Cigars, Pure Spanish. Best Brands. Near
York Club House, and the other fancy Brands of California.
An entire new lot of Manillas kept in the finest Tra. To
bcco Smoking and Chewing, fresh from the manufacturer;
also on hand and constantly manufacturing Old Virginia and
justly Celebrated Medicated. Pipe of choice kinds
Meerschaum, Wood and Clay. Cigar aod Cigarette Holder.
Cotlery at half price.
Snw for an entirely new thing in Honolulu. Paten t Sil
ver Pocket Tobarco Boxe, warranted to give nice flavor to
poor tobacco. Silver Match Boxes, so bright that they will
light a cigar by the mere touch. Cassea of all sorts and
sixes, from a nice switch lo a large club. Tbe finest goods in
the city. Send along your orders to
Kcst side of Fort street, just above Dillingham's, for anything
or everything;. C O. X. to any part of the Kingdom.
Great Reduction in Prices
IX EVERT DEPARTMENT
DURING SEPTEMBER CURRENT
EXGLISII k ANEMIAS MARKETS!
1 LARGE AD WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
Black & Colored Silks,
REAL IRISH POPUlt, STEEL COVD MOB AIR,
JCAMEL HAIR CLOTH, PARAMATTA,
: HEAL :
Maltese, Honiton and Valenciennes
Xj.CjS. c&3 O.
jr- we respeetfill j solicit aa exaHlattUn before
2T NO TROUBLE
TO SHOW GOODS
GRANT & ROBERTSON.
EX BKS. D. C
MURRAY & DISCOVERY
KEB.OSEJ4H OIL, -GOLDEN GATE FLOUR, LARD,
COTTON SAIL TWINE,
OYSTERS, dec, dec.
Received this day, and for sale low.
co B0LLE3 CO.
XTRA FAMILY FLOUR,
Kidondo Flour at .
Corn Heal in 109 bars
- Cracked W heat in lOSk bags.
Oat Heal in 10 tt bags,
Received this day by
tea BOLLE3 CO.
MEDIUM BREAD AND CRACKERS.
B EC El V ED THIS DAI BY
BOLLES A CO.
DOWNER'S AND Til E PRIDE OP THE
WEST 132 Fire Test,
sefl BOLLES As CO.
SE) lib AND 2 Ik TINS. FRESH AND
in perfect order.
CASKS HAMS AND BACON.
ASKS LARD, 51b a act lOlb Polls.
BOLLES A CO.
LIME ! LIME ! !
QOO BARRELS RECEIVED THIS DAT BT
aeo BOLLES & CO.
SMALL LOT OF SUPERIOR QUALITY
t in SMALL BALES, ex Murray. For sale low by
sale low by
BOLLhS at CO.
G. BREWER & CO.,
Now Offer For Sale to Arrive,
Per Amer. bk. Amy Turner
DDE OCTOBER 2d, 18:9,
Franklin Stove Coal, for family aee;
Wilmington Tar, White Lead, Puttj,
Damar Tarnish, Axle Grease,
Boston. Card IMatclies I
La Croix Green Corn, Tomatoes,
Lobsters, in 1 and 2 lb. line; Clams,
Green Pens, Sausage Meat,
Boston Baked Beans, Clam Chowder,
Fish Chowder, Gerkins, in and 1 gall, jars;
Corn Starch, Asstd. Crackers
Tomato and Mock Turtle Soups,
Sandwich Meats, Corn Beef, Tongue, Ham,
CUBE SUGAR, Family Pork, qr. bbls.;
American Mess Beef and Pork !
Axe LTandles, Pick Handles,
Farmers' Boilers, Asstd. Oars, 15 to 22 ft.
An Invoice of Refined Iron,
Cut Nails, 3d to 60d;
Charcoal Irons, Steel Shovels, Haj Cutters,
Fairbanks' Platform Scales
Leather Belting, Babbit Metal,
MULE CARTS, COMPLETE !
Mule Cart Materials, Hubs, Spokes, Rims,
Aetli and Oak Plank, 1 in. to 3 in.
CENTENNIAL ROCKING CHAIRS
IluDt's Axes and Hatchets, Spunjarn,
An Invoice of New Bedford Manila Rope,
C thread to 4 in.
Newmarket Brown Cotton,
Iron Safes, with combination locks;'
Surf Boats, 20 and 22 feet;
OX CARTS, Complete !
Light and Heavy Hand Carts,
KNOWLES' VACUUM AND FEED PUMPS ?
Wheat and Gunny Bags,
Downer's Kerosene Oil !
AN INVOICE OF
Burnett's Cocoaine. (
Florimel and Tooth Wash.
AN INVOICE OF CHAIRS, various styles;
AN INVOICE OF
M'MURRAY'S OYSTERS !
1 and 2 pound li'is.
5 MERCHANT STREET,
IMPORTER OF WINES AND LIQUORS,
Offers at reasonable price the following
Louis Roderer, in bond; Dry Monopole, in bond;
Eugene Cliquot, lieidsieck, Bouzy Grand Vin,
Thoreao, SUlery Moaaeaox, Sparkling Bock, dec.
Alia, the following Brandt of
CEKM1X BEES OS D1AD 1XD TO ARRIVE
6o30 Boca, Milwaukee, 8A. Louis and MaUex'a. lm
. . ......... .-A- - -
Ex GOVERNOR GOODWIN
X3 0.11 el
BEST POUTER. XXX STOUT !
QUARTS AND PINTS.
II. UACKFKl.O & CO.
An Invoice of GENUINE
MADEIRA WINES !
DIRECT FROM MADEIRA,
3?er Ship "Eavenscrag,"
IN BOND OR DUTY PAID 1
Gr. TV". 3kfacfarlano fc Co.
TO ARRIVE PER DISCOVERY
A FINE LOT OF
Broken to Harness, and
H. HACKFELD & CO.
KX FOREST QCEKN, A CONSIGNMENT OF
8CC II A8
Condensed Milk, Aklerney brand; Camden Corn,
Superior Stearic Acid Candles,
Adamantine Candles, Amber Sosp, la boxes of 20 bars;
Extra Olive Soap, In boxes of 12 bars!
German! Starch, Dooley's Yet Powder,
Superior Columbia River Salmon, in barrels cases; etc.
For sale by U. HACKFELD & CO.
AT WAILUKU, MAUI,
On WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 24,
Will be offered. If not previous!? dipoed of at Private
Sale, tbe valuable property of T. J. M0SSM AN, which Include
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
NEW DWELLING HOUSE
All of which U situated in the central business part of Wailuku
ALSO --on the same day, a
Large & Great Variety Merchandise
CONSISTINO IN PaKI AS rULLUWS:
Clothing, Print. Boot and Shoe, Saddle,
Blanket. Tobacco, Hats, Shawls,
Stationery, Patent Medicine,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE,
HEAVY SILVER-PLATED WARE
Groceries, Hardware, Paints,
Water-proof Flannel, Merino and Cobourgs,
And a General Assortment of Dry Goods aud other
Merchandise too varied to particularize.
XJT For further particular apply to
auDtf T. J. MOSSM AX, Honolulu.
BEALE AND HOWARD STS.
Sun Francisco, Califrnint
W. H. TAYLOR, President; JOS. 3100 EE, Sop't
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
ENGINES AND BOILERS
HIGH PBESSI RE OR COMPOl.VD. '
STEAM VESSELS, of all kind, built complete with
Hull of Wood, Iron or Composite.
ORDINARY 10 X ( I ' ICS compounded when adrisahle.
STEAM I A UN C II KS. Bara-es and Steam Tuga con
structed with reference to the Trade in hLh tbey are to
be employed. Speed, tonnage and draft of water guaran
SUGAR MILLS AND SUGAR MAKING
M A CHI NICKY made after tbe Most Approved Plan.
Also, all Boiler Iron Work connected therewith
WATER FIPE.of Boiler or heet Iron.tf any size,
made in suitable lengths for connecting together, or Sheet
Rolled, Punched, and Packed for Shipment, ready to be
riveted on the ground.
HYDRAULIC R I V KT IXC. Boiler Work and Water
Pipe made by this Establishment, Riveted by Hydraulic
Riveting Machinery, that quality of work being far supe
rior to band work.
SHIP V URK, Ship and Steam Capstan, team Winch
es, Air aod Circulating Pump, made after the Most Ap
PUMPS. Direct Acting Pomp, lor Irrigation or City
Water Works' purposes, built with the Celebrated uavy
Valve Motion, superior to any other pump. juzi am
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A Choice Selection of
Superior in style and durability
to anv thl cn be hought ic thia
town at tbe same price.
01' K 310 TTO Sni:ill Profits
aud Quirk Returns
Sample on application aent to any
part of the Kingdom
au23 3t GRANT a ROBERTSON.
Best Contract Mattiog,
both colored and white,
JUST RECEIVED FROM HONGKONG !
By the Bktn. M1QNON. Also, a Small Invoice of
Very Fine Tea, Camphor Trunks 1 j
Beat Quality in this Market, etc., for sale by
Jali 3m Comer r King and Naoana Street,
King Street, near Fort.
m a rn V air. B ATI NO
retnrned lo Honolulu, would rpectiuH snoouncet
ISO bm orn" ptro sod the public fwrl'y. that he
k.. nnnnt hllOllPM In hi Old UO t Ul
above piac. and v ill fix hi attention to the
Repairing of all kinds of Light Machinery
ana metai w?tjl
rirr-lrms Scuias: 3Iffctcs a SpfflaltJ i
Ju2S Sle-cl Sissipi Ml Orler.
Water Tight Boots, .
AT ll'Ml'S BOOT k SHOE FAtTORV,
AIM EZLEGrAlMT FIT
Order from th other Island promptly ecntd. mhl tf
NOTICE TO PLANTERS !
1 of the ftaffof the Hawaiian Government Surveying Party,
having carefully examined peraonully snoct parts of tb ever-
al Islauda ol tbl Kingdom, now reapectruny oner nis aervioa
to Sugar Planter aod older woo my requuw
and other modes of transport, a a purchasing
Aent or Advisini Engineer.
He proceed direct by thi stemir to Boston, V. S. A., and
having every facility for so doing, will furnish, oo application.
Plans, SptcSficatlans and FU nates of Cast far Iraa
Bridges, Iron Douses, Railways with Bridges
and Rollins Stock of All Descriptions.
Also. Machinery of Every Description
lor the Manufacture of Sugar and Cleaning and Preparing Rica
for the Market.
Address lo Boston, UWM utnui,
Civil Engineer. Room 6, No. 131 Devonshire Street.
P. 8. Inauirie addressed to C. T. Culick, lo Honolulu, will
receive prompt attention. J " "
1W GOODS JET RECEIVED
No. 1 Manila Cigars, Best Matting, Lacquer Ware,
Ivory Ware, Camphor Wood Trunk,
Sandal Wood Ware, Tortoise Shell and Feather Fan.
In great variety;
Crape Shawl, Silk and Grass Cloth Handkerchiefs,
Grass Cloth, Fine Gras Cloth,
Best White Pongee, Best Striped Cause,
VARIOUS OTHER FANCY ARTICLES
C. A PONG.
RECIPROCITY TREATY !
DOES TREB I, OA N IM
PORT all hi Goods Direct from
New Tork, London and Pari, telrct
lu? all the Newest flyJes, tbe Choi
cet Pattern and the Finest Makes t
TUB BEST ARK ALWAYS TUB
A tts MEN MUST FEKL
an additional pleasure on seeing
a Larea Assortment of Elegant Goods,
perfectly New, and Warranted to be
the Finest Produce of the Loom.
WELI, KNOW THAT
a perfect knowledge of Cat
ting not only ensures Garments
Moulded to the For so. bat immense
economy on material.
ANOTHER PROFIT BAYED.
KNCEaaa Buver. Cntter and
Fitter hundreds of the Inhabitant
of these island. In everv erade of so
ciety, are willing to testify.'
BRING ONE OP THE
Dolt Mn,iilitthU lian. nf .
msn's ezrjenditur. It hfhnnmiiim
study economy, combined with dura-
oiiiijt ana style, in tne purchase
thereof Satisfaction Guaranteed on
thnae Three Point.
HEADS OP PA MIMES
desire an r.ttnnrtnnll n
tin their Rati inin wail wnmA- w..:.
of Genuine Scotch Tweed so durable
tnat even Hoys cannot wear them oat.
A FULL LINK HAS JUST
fP POSSIBLE. A MAKE
i. "TOBine ecnicn
n?r7r man svnriHB sa. i
cal Climate cool, gtroDjr, all wool
7" ""ouric, Vy auii or the Real
Us,,.,,.,e vaii tune uooai.
CALL AND SEE THEL
rMl EC LOAN'S A I.I. THE
Vw tin 1. .K fJ- .
Cords, Scotch Tweed. Serge. Diago
nals. noy' fultlnr, Trowaering.
Vpfltinira C.rttt t i ri ira HrMil.'ntk.
"III be diopoced of fully Thirty Per
Cent, ( hen per than ever before offer,
ed in Honolulu.
r-EST SUITS MADE TO
I Order Scotch Tweed War-
j iMieu aii nooi, couuu.
lrCQlOan S ITREQLOAN, Tailor and OuUfllter,
au3 Fort St., Honolulu. 3m
FOR SALE !
npilAT VERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
M on Judd Street, adjoining the spaciou premise now in
coure of erection by the Hon. 8. G. Wilder. The lot contain
about one acre, with a large frontage on Judd Street, and i
ell planted wiih Fruit and Ornamental Shade Tree. SKA
VIEW, UNSURPA8SKD. Government Mater I about to be
laid on. There i on the lot a Dwelling House, containing Sit
ting Room, Dining-room snd fc.ur Bed-rooms; a two-story
Kitchen, with servants' rooms above; Bath House. Carriage
House and other Out-hoae. Also, a Si ream of Water run
ning through the lot. Title perfect If not disposed of by
November next, it will be offered at pnblic suction. For par
ticular. apply to CECIL BROWN.
abb tf Kaahumana BtreeA.
108 Days from GLASGOW.
-"-i "i7i-(-i ' -'r
Woald Call Atuntloo of
Planters: and A cents
To lh roHowtot
SUGAR MACHtNBRV t
Frrm ib Celebrated aUoufaclurer.
Messrs. Mirrlees, Tait L Watson,
J nit to haod by the American Clipfwr Ship
After a remarkable patf 101 dy from GLA80OW
Whlch will be offered For Sale
Oo very Libera! Terms, rbti
1 Patent Horizontal SugarMill
(IS Tmm oer diets eatwcltv.) villi epfs bead ta:k.
for the easy removal of kl Hollers and Patvnt Wrought-irws
Trash Turner. Kallrr. 80 Ineea diameter aod 66 Inch
long. T Kollrr Jassrmal. 18 in diavMr ay
1 inches king. Top aod Megaa roller pinion of saallaabt
cast-iron and can rollor plntou of fcmghmiod ct4rua, a itfc
one spar et of M ll Pinion of toughened cast-iron.
Heavy Tonllo fJpiir
Gearing for above, mounted oo a anawlv Cast-troa lad-
plate, with Tail bar Connection to Mill, 1 spar Brat moltoa
I'inion ana l spare negroeni eaca, wr 1st and xiw notum
Iron Work for a Cane Carriage,
40 leet long, with Driving aud Traveling Chain, and ,
for driving above Mill. !
1 HIGH I'BKSSIRE HOEIZOMiL
STEAM ENGINE WITH CYLINDER
20 inches diameter and 4 feet stroke, fitted with Vd and
Cold Water Pumps, Fly- heels, arlth Centre-arm aod Ha
ment separate, for convenient of ehlpaieul, Governor Iqsill
briam Vajv Cheat, and set of holding down Plato and Hilts.
One Patent Horizontal Sugar Mill,
(8 ton per diem capacity), rollers 26 Inches dlamatar and
4 feet 6 Inches Ions; l complete shov. with doabl spur
gearing, cane carrier aud Mega elevator, and for driving
1 High Pressure Horizontal Steam Engine
Cylinder 16 Inches diameter and 42 Inches stroke. Also,
2 High Pressure Compound Steam. Boilers,
Each consisting of a CORNISH and MULTITUBULAR Sec
tion. The former o 0". dla. by !' 6" long, vim I V4"
Flue, and the latter. 6'. 0." dla. by 16'. 6." long, Contain
ing 82 Axed Tube, 4" external diameter, each ectia fit
ted with Internal 8 team Collecting Pipe, and th Motions
conne -ted by copper and cast-iron piping, ach Boiler
provided with S Safety Valve and a eomplei Ket of
Mounting, Including Furnace and Damper, spar Boiler
Tube and (pare Fire-bsr.
4 500-Imperial Gallon Steam Clarifiers,
Each with Patent T rem ion Pipe, and solid draw braaa
1 Pair Centrifugal Machines,
(Weston's Patent.) SOIn.. self-balancing with strong Mon
itor esse. Independent Iron Framing and Beltiog, ana
1 Diagonal Steam Engine,
Cylinder 6 inche diameter snd 1 foot strok lor Irlvlng
above Centrifugal. Also, received per
Lulln, JEtooUli & IDovcni'by
WROUGHT IKON COOLERS. eftxirtxWIii dfi.
CEN'TKIFUGAIj WIRE CLOTHS, old a ad now
iitnia nunHKn ntnns, mr Trntoa Crmuiragasa
SC IEW CUTTING LATH K for Plantation two.
I JANKEK or 2-WHEELED FOLK CAR
RIEH, fur lifting and carrying heavy machinery from
landing to Mill site. Alao,
Fire Bricks, Fire Clay Steam Coal, &o.
W. L. GREEN,
G. W. M ICEARLANK tt CO.,
Agents for Mirrle, Tait Watson.
' Have Received by the Ships
And are also DAILY EXPFXTIXG by Bark
STORMY PETREL and VIOLA,
Glasgow & Liverpool Respectively
Full Ass't of Merchandise,
Which Ihey Offer for Kale, to
Planters, Traders, Store-Keepers
And Other, on very Liberal Terms, Yls i
White Linens, Whit Cottons. Tweeds, Shawls,
Handkerchiefs. Shirts, Drills. Denims, I'rlnM,
Biii;;nt, francy Goods, Tailor' Uooda, Sheeting,
Table Linen and Napkins, Waterproof Tweeds,
C. Ac, Ac.
IROISr WARE, "
BICH AS - r ;
OtVil, Corrogated Roofing. Fenc Wire,
Bar and Mheet Iron, a very full aaaortment;
Oalv'd Bucket .nl Tub, all sizes Iron Kettle,' '
Galvanized and II lack Iron Water l'lpe, 3-8 to 2 In., . '
Iron Water Tanks, Hydraulic Jacks, ,
Hoop Iron. lo li in.
&EO CE HIES,
In Full Assortment. Ylsi
Cases Fie Fruits. Fickles. Jams and Jellies. Raisins,
Currants, Chocolate, Split Peas. Sardines, Halad Oil,
Chutney, Fan s, t'lnegar. Candied Fruit and I'reserv.
Cossaqurs, Bon Uoi s, Ac. Ac,
All from the leading maouficlure.
Cachet-Blanc and R. ederer Ch mpaitne of highest grade
. . ...... u n rau . uKquica uaet nine,
V meat Hherriea and Porta, Amontillado and o'njrr Brands
Ginger W ine, Vino Moictel and Madeira Wine '
Mefiuesay 1. g and 8 Star llr.ndle. In wood or glaas
Jlartells, Bisquits Dubuche Co and Boatelleaoa
Brsndies in Variety,
Cutter, Hume Sour-Maab, A Kentucky Favorit WbUkles.
Iri.b and So tcb Wl.ikkie. tl.. best Kranda
Baa. , Allsopp., Mctwan and Foster' Ale and Porlers.
Mineral W .ier, aurh a Seliser and Hitler Waters.
Bet Portland Cements. White Uad, While Zinc.
Red Lead Paint oil. Red and (Wn Compoaition.
Co .,11, Mr- Brick. . Kire Clay. Wlr. Hope. '
Ptent Packing Babbitt Melal,
Bttrlap Hu.ar and Rice Bairs. Cotton Watte.
Heavy Bur.ap. Tap. and Lie. I'etroem Barrels,
Bolar Kti and Siearlne t'andlea,
ra.lly 8.p. lo M Boxe, lloxe Tin Plate asaorled.
Floor Oil Cl..lh. Leather rlellmg, Blue Mottled Soap,
Grind Stones, Steam and Stovs Coal,
And a Large Assortment of
Crockery and Classware.
With mint mh.r smIm.. r,. . .
other Islands, and atlraclion guaranteed
C. W.MACFARLANE & Co.
Pr.s. I.. NrafrM. Eerll..
Just Received In Splendid Order
t w. wmm k co
AsjcI for Sal by f
' wn.0AcrM.D co.
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t . r
Kptft- u. nr.
f. 'KT STREET.
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