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ITlTIOIA RICE MILL !
BISSIOt . FBE90XT STS., S IX FaU.CI(0, cal.
rpilR INDIA RICC MILL- AFTER SIX
A TLtM YEA Ed of practk-al eiperv-nce and iroprrj Te
nant. s mot Ue DeervaC to perfection of soy of the ltf Mill
f the world la th-tmaf hm of Clrwnatnc aod Poliahlntr It
ataada enrivalrd; and is jre-UJ of lleuncd. Merchantable kice
from the Pa.iii. imiwrt Itoh iu H j-t ceni.o-ore than
Iba CivrmtMl Mill of IDMniltM.
T 11 at I D I A K I C : M I L.I. ia now ia Perfect
Rooamg order for Ut
Wlim k DBESSUG OF P1DDY !
...,.v i. . . AXD
- - UNCLEAN ED RICE,
Teas tae BawaUaa I.lands, to which It to Specially Adapted
' " CONSIGNMENTS OP
PADDY AND HULLED RICE!
Will Receive Prompt and Cartful Attention.
' ' WM. u. OSeCNWOOD,
CJ antral CoaamiMioa Merchant and Proprietor of India Rica
JMV sew T9
EPPS'S COCOA !
By a thorough knowledge of the natural liwi which gov
ere tba operations of digestino and nutrition, and by a careful
application of the One properties of wen selected Cocoa, Mr.
Xppe haa provided oar breakfast tables with a delicately fla
T oared beverage which may aa ra aa maoy hearydocion' bills.
It is ky the judicious aa of such articles of diet thai a eonatl
tattoo aay be gradually built ap ontll strong enoug h to resist
every tendency to disease. Ilandreds of sabtle maladies are
foaling aroand as ready to attack wherever there ia a weak
poiaL We assy eseapa maoy a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves
. area fortified with para blood and a properly nourished
(rasse." See article ia tba CIVIL SERVICE OAZETTB.
, Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold only la pack
eta or Una, labelled:
JAMES EPPS 6& CO.,
Jul 79 Homxop ATattc Cmimlvt, LoK). if
J, 0. MEEBILL & CO.,
igeets ftr the Rfgilir Dispatch Llie ef Packets.
731-79 APVAWCta MADE Q! CONSIGNMENTS. tf
- WILLIAMS, BLAHCHARD & CO.,
Shipping L Commission Merchants.
N.2 18 Calirr.lak Street,
Mhaa it bas frascisco.
A. P. EVERETT,
Forwarding & Commission Merchant
05 raOXT 8TKIET, CORNER CLAT,
Particular attaotioa paid to Consignments of Island Produce
. 777. Hs CEOSSMAN & BEO.,
Hlilpplntr and Commission
era Street. NEW TORK.
' apM W
A Cooks and J. T. Waterhouae.
The Challenge Standard
Tn GOMLT SELF-REG CUT I NO WIND
MILL la lb WorkJ. and whea aaatsrial used. Power.
Workmanship and Durability ars eonaidcred. It ia acknowl
edged ts aa tbd
CHEAPEST WISD-MILL XOW IX USE
, Ws are tba ONLY Uaaofactaren In tba World of
THE DOUBLE-HEADER WIND-MILL
Tor power purposes, soch as running Cos torn
fins Mills and Feed Mills.
ALWAYS VICTORIOUS AT FAIRS
And Practical Tests.
THE ABOVE MILLS, IN VARIOUS SIZES,
Far Irrlgitlea aai Paaplir Water fr
Staek rami ar raall j Te.
E7 Two of tba latter are now here and can be area on ap
plication) to tba andersigned.
for furUter parUculers, apply to
JAMES S. LEMON,
sal Ti llaaalala. II. 1-
THE OLD ESTABLISHED BCSI- f"w
oesa Hooeeof A.t, CLKOHOEM at CO, sit sJ
. stated ia WsJdIo. Hamakoa. Hawaii. coosisU of a
a Store and a Dwelline; Howae, almost new. Also. Store Booses.
Cook House, Ac., with a large and wen selected Stock of
Also, a balance of leas of Walpio Valley for a term of 13
years, comprising aa area of some 8,000 acres, admirably
adapted for Rice or orar en It are.
Alas, lease of Muliwal. which comprises several thoosand
acres of wood land. This to a rare chance for partiee wishing
ta go lata Sugar er Rice, la one of the moat desirable localities
la tns Kingdosa.
Mot aarucoiare. apply to
Messrs. A. 8 CLEGH0R2 A CO, Honolulu,
Or to J. R. M11X3, Uarratoa.
Walpio, March la. 1S7.
WATCH, CLOCK & JEWELRY
CIIC.NG HOT RESPECTFCLLY IN
jTV forms tba public, that be keeps oa band a Fine As
e'" -' sortmeat of Ladies1 and Genu
tTalthia Watches, Cald aad Slltcr Chalaa, Imerl
caa Clacks, Jewelry, fcc,
which be iU act! AT REDCCED PRICES, and
guarantee them as bUlcd.
Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing
Faith fully Attended to. Watch Glasses 25 Cents. Store oo
Haaaon Street, opposite BoIUster Co.'s- jy21 am
A Good Time to Buy !
PRICES VERV LOW t
CALL AND EXAMINE
CASTLE & COOKE'S
SUGAR MILL, &c., FOR SALE
mHG FOLLOWING MACHINERY. NOW
A la ass at tba Kotoa Plantation, Kaaai, ia offered for sale,
to be dslirarad by August 1st t
-i-Bugar Mill, 30x44. - ' " '
1 Tsrtieal Engine, 44 H. P.
1 Water Wbni.
1 Caaa Carrier.
1 Trash Carrier.
1 Juice Pump.
1 Spars T-incb Wrought lr-n Coonect-ahaft.
3 guars New Pinion Wheels for Mill.
1 Spare New Barrel Pinion for Engine Shaft.
1 Spare New bevel Pmioa for Wsterwbeel Shalt.
J Spars Vsw Brass Taire Box for Juice Pump.
The shore to all In good working order. The Mill to capable
of rriadieg cane for 1 to S tons of sugar per day.
rp-ucuaadspp.,. cq Koloa
j,ia Or ti. HACgf iXJ A CO-, tlonolBla.
" There ia Alwaya Two Sides to a Story,"
BCT FOR ALL THAT THE fXDSRSlONED
13 PREPARED TO GO TO
ANT PART OP THE ISLANDS
PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS OR PORTRAITS,
la rirst Class Stjle, i Order,
yyj roAonAl3lo priooaj.
fmfljHI, Cash or Draft oo Hoooluta at the time the
Netaxires ars taken. Orders promptly attended to.
leZJl, Ha L CHASE.
aawjaasssS"..'J T asamssaMaaMaa
A KRAFT t SONS,
MA M'Ft CT I'RKKS IF JEWELRT AND
dealers in M lch-t snd Watch Mslerisls. W e make the
business of Opticians a specialty. Hotel Mrret. a few doors
rat cf fort Street. nar lr. klrtjrew's residence. Honolulu,
and 2Z Brooave Street. New York. mylO Am
' rrsai L. Nrafeld. Errlla.
; Just Received in Splendid Order
A ad for Malr y
mjl7 tf H. UtCKFELP CO.
HAVING S EC C RED THE SERVICE OF
tba well known CPijOLSTkB.tR A DRAPER. MR. J-
i MARINBCRK. the only first class Cpholsterer In the Riof
: doss, (late of Baa fraacleco), Z am prepared to do ail kinds of
Etc., Ia the latest and lest atjle.
I WORK WARRANTED. CALL AND SEE
SOFA BEDS. ate.
N. B Mr. M. has selected a floe lot of Upholstering
Goods, Parlor Suits and Louoges, Chairs. AC-, of tba latest
sry Irs. which hare just srrlred from San Francisco. I bsre
also Just r rcei red a new lot of
The Latest Styles of Furniture,
PIANO AND TABLE COVERS.
PICTURE CORD, NAILS, Ate.
AS of which w ll be for sale cheap. XT It will pay
you to call at NO. 64 Fort street, and examine the gooda
before purchasing elsewhere. C. E. WILLI A.MS.
' A ePLKNLID.
ASST. OF CARRIAGES !
Top Buggies, (Dexter Side-Spring,)
Open Baggies, Eockawayi,
and Concord Wagons,
AU of Briggs A Co.'s make, now oo Exhibit loo at the
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
ALSO, A FEW TRV FINE BAND 8EWED
SINGLE & DOUBLE HARNESSES!
From tbe Celebrated Manufactures, BILL A CO. All ol
the very latest and best styles.
ALSO, A FEW
tSplendid 13ucg-y "Whips
oc4 O. W. MACFARLANE A CO.
THE FINE CLIPPER SHIP
ITV OF PERT!,'
IIS Dajs from Liverpool, Is bow
Discharging her Cargo!
IN SPLENDID ORDER,
THE FOLLOWING GOODS
Prints, Denims, Brown Cottons, Pilot Clothing,
Cubrcllas, kloleskioa. Towels, Velvet Carpets,
Cotton Blankets, linen Drills, Quilts, Tweed Clothing,
Coder Clothing. Wool Whirls,
Oxford and Crimean Shirts, India Bobber Clothing,
Saddles, Leather Belting-, and Laces
French Calfskins, While Lead, Castor Oil,
Gossages' Celebrated Bins Mottled Soap,
Twentjr-four Bars In a Box,
R1XS0BE at SIMS' PARIS STEEL PLOrGHS,
Earthenware, Glassware, Portlsnd Cement,
McOnie'a Clarlfiers, Mlrrlces, Tail A Watson's Ctarinera,
CENTRIFUGALS & ENGINES,
Fire Bricks, Roofing, Slates. Whiting.
Iron Bedstesds, Corrugated Iron, lioop Iron,
Fence Wire, Hollow -ware,
Km pty Petroleum Barrels, Railroad Iron,
BLOOD, WOLFE & CO.'S ALE !
BASS ALE, PIO BRAND PORTER,
Best Double-Screened South Wales
FOR SALE BT
J. 3STOTT & CO.,
DIVE jrST RECEIVED EX LITE ARRIV1LS,
STOVES , RANGES
The Most Complete Assortment,
LARGEST RANGE OF PRICES!
TO BX FOUN D IN
TIN & JAPANNED WARE,
Pumps, a Urge assortment; Kitchen Sinks, Door Mats.
Slow Colters, House Water Closets and Cast Iron Boil or
Wsste Pipes, Tsrd Broom. Stencil. Msrking. Dust and
Whisk Brushes. Nests Woodea A Osle'd Tubs A Buckets,
Oarden Rakes, Tin Ware, Japanned Ware, a full asortm't;
Ox Yokes and Bows. Lanes A Clements Planter's Hoes.
Goose Neck Hoes, t-S shsnkst Picks.- Pick dc Uoe Handles,
Horse snd Male Collars, Trace Chains,
Csne Kntees. Wbifle-trees. Grindstones mounted on frames
Ames Shovels. SpaJes, aorted ; plantation Bells,
Trash. Uay and Manure Forkes.
,--r PLOWS. Steel and Iron,
g-SaTsaar ALL SIZES.
Cul lira tors, Knox's Horse Hoes, Dlnge A Rotary narrows,
Fairbank s Platlorm and Counter Scales, Boring Machines,
Iroo Axles for Ox Csrts. 2 to 3 Inches;
Hubs. Fellows and Spokes, assorted sixes; Stocks and Dies
Steam Cocks, sssorted; Sssh Weights. Portable Forges,
Wheel Barrows, Lawn Mowers, Mission's Files,
Cylinder and Thermometer Churns, Kerosene Stores. Tin
ned Tacks. 0 to 24 ox.; Chopping Trays. Hunt's and Cmsa
man's Handle Axes and Hatcbets. Pics Mattocks, Long Col
ter do., Adses. Broad Hatchets, Grub Hoes, Hide roller, Usy
Cutter. Koad Scrapers, Fence W ire, oiled and annealed; Cat.
vanned Corrurated Hoofing. Galvanised Water Pipe. to 2 in.;
Sheet Iron, Sheet Copper, all sixes; Saucepans, r-beet Lead,
S PEC I A L.- Having a force of Workman employed,
we are prepared to do work in
TIN. COPPER ass SHEET IRON.
At lowest possible rates. Parties in need of work done In this
line, will do well to give ns a call. We shall be pleased to
give Estimates on Work and Guarantee It to aland tbe teat of
Sttam or Asuus.
M J. NOTT 4c Co.
KEROSENE OIL, 'PRIDE OF THE WEST
THE HIGHEST FIRE TEST IN THE
place, as per Government Certificate, 132; and pure
spring WATER WHITE. A small lot of ibis Superior Oil
ust received by my34 BOLLEn dc CO.
E. S. CUNIIA PROPRIETOR
MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU.
Choice Alei, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &o
apt i v
WHITNEY & ROBERTSON
Have Received Direct from
LO,DOx and BERI-IiY,
AN ASSORTMENT OF
Among which are the foUowlcg favorite and prftty pieces:
A Toi. waits; Violets, wslts; Spring Flowers, wsltx;
Always Joyful. psli-p; Kmperor's iCornflawers) Gavotte;
11. M !v Pinal ore. quadriJe;
Macdcrmott's W srsonp, new version;
Tre Little Duke, bouquet of melodies;
The Bells of Cornevule, Nancy Lee, ballad; and others.
Also. J sat to Hand, a Few Gross cf the
KURZ LEAD PENCILS !
TC3E0. E3. DAVIES
OlTers for Sale,
TAB CARGO IW Mill
The Fine Iron Clipper Ship Gleniffer
A FULL ASSORTMT OF ENGLISH PLAIN
MAT GOODS, COTTOSS, WOOLLEXS,
Blood Wolfe & Co.'s Ale and Porter.
Wines and Spirits,
Iron of All Kinds,
Hoofing, T Bails,
Clarlfiers, Etc., Etc.
THEO. EC. IDA. VIES.
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.,
(AT THE OLD STORE)
Queen Street, Honolulu, H.,1,.
WHALING GEAR OF ALL KINDS,
Whaleboats, Boat Stock, Anchors, Chains.
Hemp and Manila Cordage. Duck, Naval Stores.
Paints and Oils, Brass and Galvanised Marine Hardware,
Sailmakers Goods, Boatbuilders' Hardware,
Hay. Oats and Bran. Etc., Etc.
Would Inform our friends and patrons, that wa hare now on
hand tbe moat complete and varied assortment of
SHIP CHANDLERY !
SHIP & NAVAL STORES,
and other Goods in our line, to be found on tbe Saadwith Isl
ands; and having a new lease, for a term of years, of the old
stand, so long and favorably known by the people of the
Sandwich Islands, and by the Masters and Owners of Whaling
and Merchant Vessels, and with our New Fire-proof Store and
Store house near by, giving us unequaled facilities for keeping
even a still more complete and varied assortment of all the
Goods in our line, large additions to which we have ordered
from the United States and Europe, ail of which we offer on
the most favorable terms.
Coils 6 Threads, Coils 9 Threads, Colts 12 Threads.
Colls II Inch, Coils 1J Inch, Coils 1 Inch, Coils 2 Inch,
Coils Si Inch, Colls 2 Inch, Coils 2) Inch.
Coils S Inch, Cogs Si Inch, Coils Si Inch. Colls 8 loch.
Coils 4 Inch, Colls 4t Inch, Coils H Inch. Coils 6 Inch.
Cutting Falls. Manila Bolt Rope, Sisal Rope, Bale Rope,
Hsy Rope, Msnila Lath Tarn. Galvanised Wire Hope,
Wire Seising, Deep Sea Lead Lioea, 00 fathom Log Lines,
Lines for ratent Log, Signal Halyards, Fish Lines.
li inch, 1 inch, 2 Inch, Si inch, Si Inch, 2 Inch,
9 inch. Si inch, 3J loch, 3 inch, 4 inch. 4J inch, 6 inch,
61 inch, inch, Oft inch, 7 inch, 71 inch, 8 loch.
RATLI N 12 thread. IS thread, IS thread, 21 thread.
SHUM'AR N 2 yarn, 3 yarn.
SEIZINt o tbread. 9 thread, 12 thread.
Marline, Ilonseline, HambroUne, Rounding, Russia Bolt Bope.
Noa. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. Ravens, Drills, & c.
Merchant Navy, all numbers; Long Flax, all numbers;
Parslin Yards, Hemp Twine, Cotton Twine,
W hipping Twioe, bail Needlea. Roping Needles,
Packing Needles, Beeswax, Sailors' Pslms,
Sailmakers' Beaming Palms, Sallmakera' Roplne Palms,
Sail Hooks, Galvanised Iron Clewa. Galvanised Thimbles.
Brass Thimbles, Open Thimbles. Thimbles for Wire Kope.
Bister Hooks and Thimbles, Flags,
Anchors from 40 lbs. to 2400 lbs. Chains from i In. to 1 In.
Cspatans. Windlass Gear, Brass Boat Compasses, -Brass
Ship Compasses, Tell Tale Compasses,
Ritcbies' Spirit Compasses, No. 1;
Sheathing Felt, Yellow Metal, Sheet Lead. Fog Horns,
Lilly Irons. Grains. Cork Fenders, Holy Stones,
Cspstan Bars. Handipikes, Mast Hoops, Lead Figures,
Corn Brooms, Hickory Brooms, Ratan Brooms, Cocoanut do.
Pump Leather, Rigging Leather, Galvanised Boat Nails,
Galvanised Scupper Nails, Galvanised Cut Nails,
Galvsnised Sweed Iron Tacks, Composition Nails,
Cut Nails, 3d to oOd; Finish Nails, Iron Tacks,
Copper Tscks, fist beads; Copper Tacks, round heads;
Wrought Boat Spikes, Handled Axes, Wood Saws,
Hand caws. Claw Hatchets, Sblor.ling Hatchets,
Hammers, Screw Wrenches, Top Mauls,
CaulkiDg Mallets, Csulking Irons. Hawsing Irons,
Hawsing Beetles. Jack Planes, Smooth Planes, Bitts,
Bltt Stocks. Rules, Nstl Gimlets, Spike Gimlets.
Handled- Brad Awla, Screw Drivers. Cold Chisels,
Chain Punches, Copper Punches, Marlin Spikes.
Flat Files, Half Round Files, Saw Files, Grindstones,
Grindstone Fixtures, Brass Screws, Iron Screws,
Hasps and Staples, Copper Wire, Brasa Padlocks,
Iron Padlocks, Composition Port Hinges, pairs;
Composition Strap Hinges, pairs;
Galr. Iron Row Locks, Galv. Iron Belaying Pina
Locust Belaying Pins, Hickory Belaying Pins, Lixards,
Fair Leaders, rsrrel Trucks, Msst-head Trucks,
Serving Mallets. Serving Boards. Chain Hooks,
Hay Hooks, Galv. Boat Hooks. Galv. Jib Hanka,
Wood Jib Hanks. Wood Pumps for Water Casks.
Galv. Screw Anchor Shackles, Chain Shackles,
Anchor Shackles, Ship Scrapera, Rigging Screws,
Wrist Shackles, Patent Links, Oars, from to 22 feet;
Sculls, Deck Buckets.
Metalline Blocks, patent; Blocks, common;
Blocks, iron strap, patent; Blocks, rope strap, patent;
Blocks, rope strap, common; Snatch Blocks,
Blocks, wide score lor main sheet;
Blocks, lignum vita;, for jib sheet; Patent Sheaves,
Common Sheaves, Dead Eyes, Hearts, Bulls Eyes.
PAINTS. OILS, ETC.
Rsw Oil, Boiled Oil, Kerosene Oil,
Whsle Uil. China Nut Oil, Lard Oil,
Woodward's S gnal Oil, Tar Uil,
Bright Varnish. Black Vsrnlsb,
S. Turpentine. Coal Tar. Patent Dryer, Red Lead,
White Lead, Black Paint, Green Paint. Red Paint,
Yellow Paint. Blue Paint, Metallic, dry; Lamp Black,
Chrome Yellow. Chrome Green, Prussiln Blue,
Burnt Cmber, Chinese Vermll Hon. Copper Paint.
Potash, Concentrated Lye, Sal Soda. Glue, Putty, Chalk,
Black Lead, for aheaves; Tar. Pitch. Rosin, Oakum.
Pitch Mops, Flat Pai .t Brushes. Round Paint Broshes,
Varnish Brushes, W hitewash Brashes, Marking Brushes,
Pencil Brushes, Stove Bruabe. Shoe Brushes.
Dust Brushes. Long Handled Tar Brushes, Fine Brushes,
Sesm Brushes, Scrub Brusnes. rasb 1 ooM,
Log Books, for 120. 240 snd 360 dsys; 14-second Glasses,
Patent Logs. Steel Shovels. Scoop shovels. Rubber Oilers,
Brass Oilers, Lamp Feeders. Lanterns. Side Lights, tin;
Side Lights, brass; Fresnal Signal Lights, sine;
Fresnal Signal Lights, brass; Csbin Lamps,
Lamp Wick, balls; Flat Wicks, d-s.; Lamp Burners,
Lamp Chimneys, Cotton Waste, lbs.; Bstn Brick,
Brown Soap. Salt Water Soap, Cups snd Saucers,
Tumblers, Knives and Forks. Spoons, Chopping Knives,
Chapping Trays, Sieves, Coffee Mills, Dust Pans,
Wash Basins, Mincing Knives, Blubber Forks. Boat Boards
Boat Timbers. Boat Knees, Boat Nails, all sites;
Mast Hinges, Steering Braces, etc.
Whaleboats, Whale Irons, Whale Lances,
Brand's Bomb Guns, Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis' Pain Killer, Pierce's Magnetic Truss.
Beef, Pork. Bread, Crackers, Preserved Meals, Fruits,
CALIFORNIA HAY. BRAN, OATS, &c.
PAINTS AND PAINT OIL.
HCBBCCK'SPCRE LEAD, HCBBUCK'S
White Zinc. Hubbuck's r-ale Coiled Oil, fioatoo Spirits
Turpentine. For Sa by
jal 19 xtuijt.a.0 m tv.
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 11.
From tbe S. T. Merchant. Sept. 26th. J
More False 'Figuring.
The American Grocer of September 11th had
ao article beaded " How the Uawainn Treaty
Support a monopoly." Now, all these attacks
on the treaty, whether they appear in the Grocer
or the American Grocer of New York, or the
Grocer and Country Merchant, or the Bulletin
or the Call of San Francisco, or the Oakand
Tribune, all come from one source the New
York sugar refinerr,- They might all b written
bj or pen, for tbey all display the same extra
ordinary ignorance of tbe correct figures of the
Island trade, export and import, and thej all dis
play the same determination to sacrifice Califor
nia interests and the same malevolence towards
oar refineries. Oar refineries have, it is true,
fiven them some occasion for this bad temper,
hey hate sold pure sugar against their mixtures,
and undersold tbem in a market of their own
seeking. It is difficult to reply to an article
which evidently gives erroneous figures. For
instance, the American Grocer says at the close
of the firat year there was remitted $165,000 in
da ties', or a sum greater than the Invoice price of
all the free goods from the United State to tbe
Sandwich Islands. Why, from this one port we
ship more free goods in a month to the Islands,
besides what other porta on the' Pacific do, and
in addition to the direct shipments from the
Atlantic. Further on the writer says : " On
staple articles alone there was remitted (in the
year ending June 30th) $1,125,000, while the
entire value of the goods exported from this
country to tbe Sandwich Islands was only $960,
000." The writer gets nearer the truth this
time on the duties remitted, but makes the
double mistakes of assnming that the shipments
of domestic produce and manufacture from this
city is all the trade we did in return. lie lakes
no account of the trade from Los Angeles, Eureka
and Oregon. It would not have suited bis pur
pose to add the trade from the Atlantic coast.
And worse than all. be compared half a year's
trade outwards with a year s trade inwards.
That is, he compares our San Francisco bills for
goods sold in six months with our bills for goods
bought in twelve months!, Further, in the $960,
000 no account is taken of goods shipped from
bond, nor goods shipped in transit, on all of
which California. makes some profit. It is not
true that the Hawaiian treaty discriminates
against home production; on tbe contrary, it is
fostering production by creating a demand for
California manufactures and for all classes of agri
cultural produce not only those which will bear
long transportation, but those which, like batter
and eggs, will only bear short transportation.
Our refiners have no advantage over those of any
other section of the country except in tbe superi
ority of their patented processes and the reputa
tion of their goods for freedom from adulteration.
Tbe price paid the planters for their sugar is but
a shade less than Manilla sugar of tbe same
grade duty added would co6t. If Island planters
are growing rich it is not in coin; that is well
known. Tbey are actually -running in debt to
us, tbey are spending all and more than they are
making in improvements, and their food, clothing,'
all the necessaries of life and most of their ma
chinery is drawn from some part of the United
States. The trade In domestic produce and goods
of the Pacific Coast alone with tbe Islands will
amount to twice the sum of all the duties remitted
ia tbe current year.
Again, it is not true that tbe importations of
sugar into San Francisco have arpused the suspi
cion that a game is being played on tbe Treasury.
Assistant Secretary French has expressly declared
that there is no foundation for . such a suspicion.
Awhile ago we were told sugar was being brought
from Demerara to the Islands. That story has
been abandoned as too ridiculous. Now, the
American Grocer says it is from tbe East Indies.
What are the facts? Our customhouse officers
could detect tbe difference between East India
sugar and Hawaiian sugar blindfold, and there
bas not been a vessel from the East Indies or the
Philippine Islands entered port in the Hawaiian
Kingdom for years. If tbe Eastern refiners want
a share of this sugar, why don't tbey send agents
to tbe Islands to buy it I I he treaty is not be
tween California and the Islands, as tbe editor of
the American Grocer appears" to think, but be
tween the United States and the Islands. Why
does the editor talk of sugar being entered free
at the port of San Francisco which would have
to pay duty at any other port in tbe United
States? Is it possible tbat this writer, in criti
cising the treaty, does not know that Hawaiian
sugar can be entered free at every port in the
nation ? To tell bis readers a lea; that our refiners
are cruelly selling sugar half a cent a pound
below wbat Eastern refiners can lay it down here
for, and in the next line that tbe treaty has not
reduced the price of sugars to consumers, is the
very climax of absurdity. The intimation that
" if the citizens of the Pacific Coast will make a
united effort (to abrogate tbe treaty) it is sure to
receive a good support from both parties in tbe
next Congress" is very kind, but the people of
the Pacific Coast are not inclined to destroy a
treaty if it could be done, by which all classes are
benefitted. There is something else . however
which tbey may be inclined to do.- Make an
united effort to break up tbe practice of adultera
ting sugars and syrups, and similar articlee,
whether the government is defrauded or not, and
this action would be sure to receive a good sup
port from both parties it the next Congress.
In the Missionary Herald for Sept. we find
the following, under tbe head of Sandwich Is
' Mr. Alexander, writing from Honolulu, June
18, says : " 1 was greatly pleased with the pro
gress of tbe pupils of our theological school as
exhibited in the examination. eDr. Hyde bas got
hold of tbe language .wonderfully, and his whole
soul is in his work. The fact that the Lord has
given us such a man assures me that he intends
to bless the work for which he sent him.. He
goes up with me to Maui next week, and we hope
to form all the pastors of Maui into a Bible-class,
to pursue the study of tbe Bible under bis direc
tion. We hope thus to establish a link between
him and tbem that will give him great power to
do them good.
Our female seminaries form a very important
branch of our work. We must have good moth
ers or we cannot have a Christian people ; our
schools at Honolulu, Waialua, Makawao, and
Kohala, are all prospering, but all crippled for
tbe want of pecuniary support.
You may probably think that under the im
pulse of reciprocity a tide of prosperity has rolled
in tnat will enable all such enterprises to go for
ward without any lack ; but this is a mistake.
This impulse has led to the establishment of so
many sugar plantations, tbat the capitalists who
sustain them are sorely tried to saje themselves
from bankruptcy. .The planters are all over
whelmed with debt, and just now can do very
little for such institutions as our schools. Tbe
enterprises now undertaken on . Maui bid fair to
increase greatly our foreign population. Oh that
they might all be brought under the influence of
the gospel j," . .- , .
Is the Earth a Vast Furnace. While en
gaged last May in watching the transit of Mercu
ry, Professor Proctor and his assistant observed
an intensely bright spot in the centre of the
planet as it crossed tbe Sun's disk. It is report
ed that, seen through their powerful refracting
telescope, it appeared as a mere vivid point of
light, central in the planet, like a hole pierced in
the middle of a round cardboard. It was perma
nent from the time the planet's centre touched
tbe one limb of tbe sun until it left tbe other
limb a period of seven hours. " If the observation
was reliable," "says a commentator, " it proves
tbat the planet has a hollow axis. There are hy
pothesists like John Cleves Symmes, who have
long held that the axis of our globe, as well as
the axis of other planetsphereb of our solar sys
tem, is similarly hollow, with a clear tubular
passage from the North to the South Pole." If
such is the fact, it is thought that should any of
the balloonist of Chejne's expedition reached
the Pole they will be rather warmly received,
the theory being that if the earth is a hollow cy
linder, each of the Poles is the mouth of a vast
furnace. In this way a German specialist ac
counts for the Aurora Borealis, attributing the
mysterious "Northern Lights" to the glowing
crater at the Pole.
Havana Sugar. Late advices from Havana re
port that the sugar fields, especially in the dis
tricts of Havana, Matanzas and Santa Clara, are
in excellent condition, and if the Weather re
mains favorable the next crop will be large.
New saplings are being replanted on .the fields
burned last season, and the planters would have
a brighter future before them, with the consider
able reduction made in their taxes, if tbe pecuni
ary embarassment all over tbe island were not
an obstacle to tboir raising tbe necessary funds
to make the next crop. It is difficult to Bay how
Tar this consideration will affect the out-put of
PLANTATION SALMON !
R SALE AT LOW RATE IX Q.VAS-
TITllCS to suit br
Jaalltf CASTLE Ai COOKE.
OREGON FLOUR !
EX JANE A.. rVLlCirs'IlUIiG.
FOR SaLK BY
Jan 11 tf CASTLE A. COOKE-
The Honolulu Book-Bindery,
DOES BINDING of ALL DESCRIPTIONS
The Work executed at this KstablUhment ia under the
supervision of MR. JOHN L. REKd. who la well-known aa
aa expetieaced -workman, and coaaot t ru.rpant4.
Work Done atLowest Rates
WOlTXKT As ROBERTSON.
Stationers, Publishers, Kews Dealers and Book-Biodere.
IROIV T RAILS,
(Slrrlces, Talt Watsoa's Make ;)
M1RRLEES. TA1T & WATSON'S
FOR BALE BT -
THEO. H. DAVIES.
Per Stmr. City of Sydney,
A SEW LOT OF CHOICE TOBACCO !
Of the Celebrated - Lorillard's Tin Taf " Plus;
and Smoking Tobaccos. Also,
A FULL LINE OF VANITY FAIR SMOKING.
In Papers, Tin Boxes, Tin Foil and Jars.
A LARGE VARIETY OF VAXITI" FAIR
AKD OTHER CIGARRETTES.
Genuine Havana Cigars !
XT These Goods are all ot the Best Quality, and can't help
Jas IIOLL1STER St CO.
Something New Under the Sun !
M. J. ROSE, KING STREET,
.Tooting His Own Horn !
HAVING JUST TURNED OUT A XEW
Style of DUMP WAGON for the Waimanalo Sufrar Co.
No one to say ooe word about It. Something useful for Plan
tations It turns in less space than a two-wheel cart.
Width of hind tires, 6 inchea; front, 4 inches-, built light, but
very strong. Those wishing to send in large orders, and wish
them got out on time, would do well to do it immediately, or
they moat stand back and wait their turn. mhlS
, W. G. BORDEIU.
' rilXO, HAWAII.
Dealer in Canned Fruits, Meats, 4e., and a fuU Hue of
PURE KONA COFFEE !
Roasted and Fresh Ground Everyday.
In Stock a good assortment of Picture Frames, Chromos,
Stereoscopes and Views, both Island and foreign, and a
full line of
FANCY GOODS & PATEXT MEDICINES.
' And if yea wilt give him a call," you will find.
That he has the Best Assortment of Candy & Nats
To be found in Hilo.
Also ON ICE And alwaya to be had lee Cwld,
Fisber'a Champagne Cider, and Holliater's Orange Ci.ler,
Ginger Ale, Soda Water and Barsaparilla, and (or those
that use the weed,
Call and See the Best Assortment of
Cigars, plug and fine cut, smoking and chewing tobacco, and
myli ' cigarettes and cigarette paper, Ac. ly
No. 66 Fort Street,
M. Sc N. PIANOS.
No. 66 Fort Street,
M. & H. ORGANS.
No. 66 Fort Street,
"WHEELER & WILSON
N. 66 Fsrt Street,
PERFECT TYPE WRITERS,
ALARM MONEY DRAWERS,
A Perfect Sewing Machine.
The result of an immense outlay of money and years of
labor and experiments by the best mechanics to be found,
BUT TWELVE WORKING PARTS,
(Others require from thirty to forty), each part of
direct action, reducing friction to a minimum.
Simplicity, Strtngtk, Durability,
a?os of Operation. Great Range of Work, combined,
CONSTITUTING TUB ONLY
Perfftt, femplfte 4. FATLTLESSSEWIXG MACHINE
ON THE FACE OF THE EARTH.
VERTICAL FEED !
A SCIENTIFIC MECHANICAL TKICMPH,
Pronounced by the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, (highest
authority in the V. 8 )
'The pest Feed eter InTented for Sewlns Mathloes'
THE ONLY POSITIVE SUCCESS
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS OF SEWING.
All lovers of progressive science and mechanical perfection
should see it, ard every lady In the land should examine and try
T 2x aa 3NT o "W
Davis Vertical Peed
SHUTTLE LOCK-STITCH SEWING MACHINE, before
deciding to purchase an inferior machine or a single thread
plsy thing without a tension.
AG EXT FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
apI2 Ns. 40 FORT STREET. T
A Full Line of Ship Stores and Groceries,
fT RESERVED FRUITS, .
JL Ac, 4C
B0LLE8 tt CO.
CASTLE & COOKE
niicl to rrlvo pox
Lairra J3. Biiimliam from ISTew York,
FREDERICK AXI VIOLA FROM Lll EBPOOli,
A. Full Line of Goods Suitable ' ,
FOR PLANTERS, MILL OWNERS, TRADERS & OTHERS,
And to Be Sold aa Low as the Lowest! DiMonnta for. Cash I
PAILACE AI Vlil.CJAIV KEROSENE, If.,
. THE BEST OILS IN MARKET. AND GUARANTEED.
Amoskeag Denims, Tickings, Drillings, An.osk.sg Bleach! A t0bleaced,lion., America A Kn'jU.b frlntt A Coltoai,
Finest Quality and Medium White and CnbleacheJ Sheetings
J G-R X C U L. T U Tt AL jl JSI J E1JIBNTS,
Paris Plows, extra heavy breakers; Steel Breaking and Uorse Plows, Cultivators, Ox Yokes, Ox Chains, 0 Bowe,
Canal Barrows, Shovela and Spades, Os, Cane Knlvea, Lane'a Planters Uoea, Kxtra Heavy Garden Usee, '
Bees, O-o, Axe, Ads, Pick and Sledge Handles, rortahle Forges, Plantation Bells, Feed Cutters,
Blacksmiths, engineers and Carpeniera Hammers, A v Patters., f hlnglu and Bench. Uakhstk, Ratebet Braces, . '
Coe Wrenches, 6 to 21 in. Pipe Tongs, Bolt Cutters, Babbet Metal, Sheet Zinc, Wheelbarrows, Leather Belling, S to 12 la
India Rubber Hose, to 2 In.j Cut Nails, S to 60d Wrought Nails, ro to T Cat 8plkes,e Id ln.f FlBlrtlal Nafw, n f
Machine and Carriage Bolts, all aises; Nuts and Washers, M to 1 In, I'all Ltae or Carpenters tfiej.v
' House Buuders' Hardware, In full supplyVsteatil Packing, Asbestos Cement, Ac, Giant and Common Blasting Powder,
Hubbuck's White Lead, line Paint, Hubbuck's Raw and Boiled Linseed Oil, Assorted Paints, la oil; Bed Leedrc,
Window Glass, Putty, Whiting. Ac.Tubular Lanterns and Reflector Lanterns, a Large Assorteaeot ol Tinware, Flour,
Hard Brrad.Table Fruits, Corp Starch, Tea. Soap, 8oda,'Ae Fines Assortment of Genuine "pkesQ J J ? ' !
8-Csrd Boston Mstches, Dairy Salt, Agents for and Have on Hand,
Weston's Patent Centrifugals,
Blake's Steam Feed, Irrigating
New Haven Organ Company Organs,
WlI.TIIlll HITCHES. Illllll (1111,11 IM KILVEII
I i ia JU M. AAiSilA aa lav jl v m.m.mj rv w "
At the Factory.
DIAMONDS OF THE PUREST & FINEST KIND
No Chipped or Off Color Goods all are Pure Brazilian Diamonds: The Fineet Display of r 4
GORriAril STERLING SILVER WARE !
Ever offered in this Market. Beware of Goods Stamped Coin Silver, which means eajtblng
from a Nickel to a Bad Peruvian Dollar. Such Goods can and are Bold at anj price. See that ail
Silver Purchases pre Stamped Sterling, or 925 Fine. All Waltham Watches Guaranteed, and
SOLD at GREATLY
Ladies, Gents and Boys V'atches. The Trade Supplied Cheaper than anywhere outside the Factory.
jyl2 3m 1 M. M'INERNY, Agent for these Islands.
Ex Bark Moro Castle, 119 Days from New York.
WE HAVE LARGE LINE OF DESIRABLE GOODS
WHICH Will Bo Sold
A.T LOW PRICES !
. rrnlpnlfmil aTala 111 d II t Pl""' urrnwa- Cultivators, Or Yokes, Chains. Pick
llylll till ell HIIIlflII"oIll.s4a Axes. I'kk Mattocks. Oo'., Orub Hoes, I'lantw's Hose,
Bush Hooks, Csne Knives. Csne tiaicheta. Garden Hoes, asat aisea; 8t-el and Iron Crow Bars. Koad Hcrapers, Canal
Barrows. W heel Barrows, Spades, r-hovels. Hay Forks. Trash Fork., Spading Forks, Coal "-coop., tiu.il Bcylhes and
Snathes, Grass Scythes, Steel sod Iron Rakes. Wool Haj Kakes. Post Hole Diggers, Concord I lames, Trace Chaios, ''
Ox Bows, Pick Handles, Ax Handles, Sledge Handles, Planter's Hoe Handles, Oo Handles, Hay Cutters, Mtone 11 a si
mers. Axes, Hatchets.
HTmli'inIa rV trtlk Saw., Planes, Chiaels, Clsw Hammers. Mason's Hammers, Drill Hammers,
ifal fofj !: I L M 99M9 Blacksmith's ilsmmer. and Sledges, Tyre Irons, Blacksmith's Drills, Jack 1 J
Screws, Swedge Blocks, Vises, Anvils
TV ww SI Vla-sw4 lYassislssrristnt Door Lorks, Pad Locki, Butts, Bolts, Screws. Cut Nslls. Wrough I
aVllR"il"oI Al'Il ell Co Nails, Fitlsh Nails, gpikes, plain and galr 'd( Boat hails, Tacks,
Strap and Bingea, Hooks and Hinges, Ac, tc. '
Hliea4"11l nnnil laf'llr1 IVirr Carriage Bprlncs.balf Patent Axlesj Cart Axles asst , ,.
lTaaLlosolllllatllBA !! UtVall ta ,ig, 6 40 Wheels, Horse and Mule Shoes, llorse "
Nails, Bed Screws, Bed Fastenings, Bed Csstnrs. Counter Flat form Scales, 2400 lbs; Platform Scales, to weigh from 400
to 2500 lbs; Iroo Pots, plain tinned and enameled lined; Sauce Pana, .Enameled Preserve Kettles.
A Full Line of Ornnitc Iron Warc.4Sfe
Stone Polirh. Washbosrds, Chopping Trays. Bird Caires, Lawn Blowers, Bits and Ppurs. Wood Btirrops. Kerosene Oil
Ftoves. Revolving Lawn Sprinklers, Carbolized and Cheap Hose 3-i to 1 1-2 Inch; Leather Belling, Uiugbaoi Buckets,
Yard Stable Brooms, House Brooms, '
TlAlVIIPIa Iw'aOltTattOtne' Oil A Iart line of n,DJ 'nJ RUnd hmP and Lamp Glasses,
alta IVfl ej.agga Tubular Lanterns. Tubular Side Lanterns, Rail Road Lsnlerna.
Low Priced Lanterns, Brass Lanterns, Fish Globes. A tall line of Cband-lirrs, newest and best palteroa. Hanging
Library Lamps, Nick le-plated and Bia.a Student Lamps, and many other goods loo numerous to mention.
my31 3m 37 Fort Street, Iloiiolulii.
HAVE ON HATlTD
and Vacuum Pumps,
& Brown's Celebrated Pianos., j ;j
TO - - -
a. aa rw . 7;
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"v- v v , , 1 -1
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A. New Lot Of
And Wagons, Open Bupgies.Suniih.de Top Burgle., Bide Bar BprtogS
Top BucsVs. Eliptic Spring Top Busgi, Light Freight or Delivery
' Warnm. with fhafi., Pole and Break) carrying Capacity from laVO
to 2000 lbs. These Vehicles are all mads by . .
FI1TST CLASS WORKMEN !
From th? FiEjT MATERIAL and are WARRANTED to be strong sad '
durable. ' '
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