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SESSION LAWS, 1880.
boat, when at anchor,
i r. .
T1IIRTV-FIR.ST DAY OF
(b) A fishing vessel and an open
shall exhibit a bright white light. .
(e) A fishing vessel, when employed. in drift net-fishing,
shall carry on one of her masts two red lights m a verticle
line, one over the other, not less than three feet apart.
(d) A tawler at work shall carry on one of her masts two
out lights in a vertical line, one over the other, not less than
three feet apart, the upper light red and the lower green ;
and shall also either carry the side-lights required for other
vessels; or, if the side-lights cannot be carried, have ready
at hand the coloured lights as provided in Article 7, or a
lantern with a red and a green glass as described in paragraph
t the rules and regulations framed and adopted by of this Article.
tish Government to prevent collisions at sea. and to ; v Fishin vessels and open boats shall not be prevented
ite those rules and regulations which are specific! mlufr aflarenp in addition if they desire to do so.
irst schedule hereto for the rules and regulations , Alf lights required by this Article, except side-lights,
ed in the above-mentioned Act. j giau )Q in Jjobular lanterns, so constructed as to show all
IT1:,S Tt has been made to appear to the Hawaiian ; round the horizon.
" ' . .. . a. it t i e : . it ;a lnnir nrortflVpn riv nnntnpr
ment that the uoveramenu oi iue several luieiu : .article ii. n wiiji wun-u . , . J V-
shall show from her stern to sucn laswnenuoneu snip a wmie
light or a tlareup light.
.r iv Arr APPROVED ON THE
JER, IX THE YEAR OF OrR LORD ONE THOUSAND
HUNDRED AND ' SIXTY-FOUR, ENTITLED AX ACT FOR
:tino Collisions at Sea," and to make .other
ons in lieu thereof.
The Government of the United Kingdom of Great
'and Ireland has invited the Hawaiian Government
cs mentioned in the second schedule hereto are
fullv willing that the rules and regulations con- j
in the saitTfirst schedule shall apply to ships of the ;
jntries, whether within their territorial jurisdiction j
said recited Act, approved on the 31st
A.D. 1864, shall be and the same is
Y. ereas, It is desirable that the Hawaiian Govern-
hould adhere to snch substituted rules and regula-J
icled by the K'uuj and the Leyidatice Assembly of
ucaii'in ltaids, in the JeqUlatnrc of the. Kingdom
i 1. The
s 2. It shall be the duty of all masters of Hawaiian
observe and enforce on board the vessels under
imand the several rules and regulations contained in
r ichedule hereto.
n 3. His Majesty may from time to time, by an
Council, annul or modify any of the said rules and
ns, or make new regulations in addition thereto, or
tutioii thereof : and anv alterations in or additions
emulations made in manner aforesaid shall be of the j
2e with respect to Hawaiian vessels as the regula
he said first schedule hereto.
N 4. It shall be the duty of the Collector-General
ns to cause two copies of the said rules and regula
Hawaiian and English, to be delivered to all masters
ian vessels applying for the same.
n ". This A:t shall come into force and take effect
. atter the first day of September, one thousand eight
SOUND SIGNALS FOR FOG, &c.
Article 12. A steamship shall be provided with a steam
whistle or other efficient steam-sound signal, so placed that
the sound may not be intercepted by any obstructions, and
with an efficient fog-horn to be sounded by a bellows or
other mechanical means, and also with an efficient bell.
A sailing ship shall be provided with a similar fog-horn
and bell. In fog, mist, or falling snow, whether by day or
night, the signals described in this Article shall be used as
follows, that is to say :
(a) A steamship under way shall make with her steam
whistle or other steam-sound signal, at intervals of not more
CLEARING OUT SALE
AT THE .
On Port Street,
FOR ONE MONTH ONtY,
: A i
FINE AID WEIL SELECTED STOCK,
Consisting of a FINK LINK of
Of all Description, too numerous to mention.
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery,
Ladles' White Sacks,
Children's Fine Piqve,
Marseille and Lawn Dresses,
. Ladles' and Children's fine Trimmed Hats,
Ladles' and Children's Fine Shoes,
Slippers and Sandals.
Gents' & Youths' Fine Clothing,
THE FIRST SCHEDULE.
Lk: 1. In the
sail, and not uiuler steam, is to
iin : and everv stcamhii whicl
under sail or not. is to lo con
every steamship which
be considered a
llt'LE.- Concerning Lhmit
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t I .
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The liirhts mentioned in the following Ar-
mmbered S, 4, 5, C, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11, and no others
carried in all weathers, from sunset to sunrise.
le 3. A sea-oim steamship, when uiuler way,
n or in front of the foremast, at a height above the
:iot less thau 20 feet ; and if the breadth of the ship
20 feet, then at a height above the hull, :-.ui not less
. h breadth, a bright white light so constructed as to
i:i unirorm ana unoroKen ngni over an arc oi the
of twenty points of the compass, so fixed as to throw
!iut ten Toints on each side of the ship, viz., from right
. i to two points abaft the beam on either side, and of
character as to be visible on a dark niirht with a clear
lere at a distance of at least rive miles.
)n the starboard side a green light, so constructed as
an uniform and unbroken light over an arc of the
of ten points of the compass, so fixed as to throw the
om right ahead to two points abate the beam on the
rd side, and of such a character as to be visible on a
. ght with a clear atmosphere at a distance of at least
On the port side a red light, so constructed as to show
. orm and unbroken light over an arc of the horizon of
i- uts of the compass, so fixed as to throw the light from
r ; head to two point abaft the beam on the port side,
t . such a character as to be visible on a dark night with
i atmosphere at a distance of at least two miles.
; The paid green and red side-lights shall be fitted with
.u 1 screens projecting at least three feet forward from
'. it, so as to prevent these lights from being seen across
cle 4. A steamship, when towing another ship, shall,
;iori to her side-lights, carry two bright white lights
tical line, one over the other, not less than three feet
j :is to distinguish her from other steamships. Each of
i: jlits shall be of the same construction and character,
. 11 le carried in the same position as the white light
ther steamships are required to carry.
,le 5. A ship, whether a steamship or a sailing-ship,
nployed either in laying or in picking up a telegraph
r which from any accident is not under command,
night carry iu the same osition as the white light
:eamsnips are reouireu to carry ; ana u a steamship,
of that light, three red lights in globular lanterns,
i ii : t -it . a' ii-
than two minutes, a prolonged blast.
(6) A sailing ship under way shall make with her fog-horn
at intervals of not more thau two minutes, when on the star
board tack, one blast ; when on the port tack, two blasts in
succession ; and when, with the wind abaft the beam, three
blasts in succession.
(c) A steamship and a sailing-ship, when not under way,
shall, at intervals of not more than two minutes, ring the
Speed of ships to be moderate in fog, &c.
Article 13. Every ship, whether a sailing ship, or a
steamship, shall in a fog, mist, or falling snow, go at a mod
STEERING AND SAILING RULES.
Article 14. When two sailing-ships are approaching one
another, so as to iuvolve risk of collision, one of them shall
keep out of the way of the other, as follows, viz. :
() A ship which is running free shall keep out of the way
of a ship which is close-hauled.
(6) A ship which is close-hauled on the port tack shall keep
out of the way of a ship which is close-hauled on the starboard
(c When both are ruuniusr free, with the wind on different
ch is under steam, i sides the ship which has the wind on the port side shall keep i x1r,T,S JLr- TTtfT7,
sidered a ship under out Jfthe wav of the other. 1
(d) When both are running free, with the wind on the
same side, the ship which is to windward shall keep out of
the way of the ship winch is to leeward.
(e) A ship which has the wind aft shall keep out of the
way of the other ship.
Article 15. If two ships under steam are meeting end
on, or nearly end on so as to iuvolve risk of collision, each
shall alter her course to starboard, so that each may pass the
port side of the other. This article only applies to cases
where ships are meeting end on or nearry end on, in such a
manner as to involve risk of collision, and does not apply to
two ships which must, if both keep on their respective
courses, pass clear of each other.
The only cases to which it does applv are, when each of
the two ships is end on, or nearly end on, to the other in
other words, to cases in which, by day, each ship sees the
mast of the other in a line, or nearly in a line with her own,
and by night, to cases in which each ship is in such a position
as to see both the side-lights of the other.
It does not apply by day to cases in which a ship sees
auother ahead crossing her own course, or by night to cases
where the red light ot one ship is opposed to the red light of
the other; or where the green light of one ship is opposed to
the srreen lisrht of the other : or where a red lisrht without
a green light, or a
without a red light, is seen
less than ten inches in diameter in a vertical line one
2 other, not less than three feet apart, and shall by
y in a vertical line, one over the other not less than
it apart, in front of, but not lower than her foremast-
ee black balls or shapes each two feet in diameter.
shapes and lights are to be taken by approaching
signals that the shiD nsinw1 them is not nnrlpr onm.
i. id cannnot therefor cret out of the wav.
ahead, or where both green and red lights are seen anywhere
Article 1G. If two ships under steam are crossing, so as
to involve risk of collision, the ship which has the other on
her own starboard side shall keep out of the way of the
Article 17. If two ships, one of which is a sailing-ship
and the other a steamship, are proceeding in such directions
as to involve risk of collision, the steamship shall keep out of
it . . . i 1- l
me way oi me sailing-ship.
Article 18. Every steamship, when approaching another
ship so as to involve risk of collision, shall slacken her speed,
or stop and reverse if necessary.
Article Vj. In taking any course authorized or required
by these Regulations, a steamship under wav mav indicate
that course to any other ship which she has in sisrht bv the
p ii - t i . ..
ionowing signals on ner steam-whistle, viz. :
One short blast to mean 4Iam directing my course to
Two short blasts to mean "I am directing my course to
Three short blasts to mean i4I am going full speed
FINE white id colobed
SHIRTS Ai FOTtMHIXG GOODS,
OP ALL DESCRIPTION'S.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
CENTS' & YOUTHS'
FELT and STRAW HATS.
A FINE LINE OF "
These Goods were selected by S. MAGM
BOUGHT for ClSEC
At a Discount, therefore they will be sold at
Bed Tool Prices I
Although Goods hare risen in Price,
bat we will
Sell TVith-ont Reserve.
tPT The Public will benefit themselves by giving me a
PACIFIC C O M M ERCIAL.
Ikifl ve raises?
The nse of these signals is optional ; but if they are used,
the course of the ship must be in accordance with the signal
Article 20. Notwithstanding auything contained in any
preceediug Article, every ship, whether a sailing-ship or a
sieamsnip, overtaiang any otner, snail keep out of the way
oi me overtaken snip.
Article 21. In narrow channels every steamship shall, when
ove ships, when not making auy way throaarh the t i8 safe anfl practicable, keep to that side of the fairway or
iau noi carry ine siue ngnis, Dut wnen making way miu-cnannei wnicn lies on tne starDoara oi sucn snip.
y them. Article 22. Where by the above rules, one of two ships
k o. a saiimg-snip unaer way, or being towed, 18 Keep ouc oi ine way, tne otner snail Keep her course,
y the same lights as are provided by Article 3 for a Article 23. In obeying and construing these rules, due
lcguru auixii u uau 10 an uangers oi navigation, ana to any
special circumstances wnicn may renaer a departure from
tne aDove rules necessary, in order to avoid immediate
iNo ship, under any circumstances, to
spective sides article 4. JNothing in these rules shall
under way, with the exception of the white liirht.
e snail never carry.
e . Whenever, as in the case of small vessels
id weather, the green and red side-lights cannot be
se ngnts snail oe Kept on deck, on their respective
ue vessel reaoy ior use, ana snail, on the approach
; :her vessels, be exhibited on their resnertivA Kirlpa
1 i i
unbr : f
at U ;
Ar. . -on
h ii r .
ft. - . .
vnt time tO prevent Collision, in finch mannpr tr ShlD. Or the owner or master, or nrew thAPArtf fmm Y.a,
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. m most visible, and so that the green light shall not sequences of any neglect to carry lights or signals, or of any
i the port side, nor the red light on the starboard I neglect to keep a proper look-out, or of the neglect of 'any
preuaunoo wnicn may De requirea Dy tne ordinary practice
c luc use vi lucsc pvnuuie ngms more certain and Ui eaiuen, or Dy ine special circumstances oi the case,
lanterns containing them shall each be painted out-
the colour of the light they respectively contain, ititVATlUxN Ui?' KUL.ES FOR HARBORS AND
ouiu, wuv.i.ii4 4 Eicauisuiu yJL il bill UIJ rr-
BOOK AND JOB
No. 23 Merchant Street,
Is Acknowledged to Possess the Best Assort
ment of Boole and
JOB PRINTING TYPE,
Of any Other Office in the Sandwich Islands.
"Well Adapted to the Superior Printing
POSTERS OF ANY SIZE 1
PLAIN OR FANCY COLORS.
Label , Deeds.
Tax Lists, Leases,
Shop Bills, Circulars,
Concert Bills, Blank Notes,
Road Notices, Bills Lading,
School Reports, Prices Current
Business. . . .
Ministerial Reports, Pamphlets, Books.
Tax Bills, Lectures, Bonds, Briefs.
Concert Tickets, FestiTal Tickets,
NEW YORK &EWGL AND
T.F.Whiton and City of Madrid
AND OTHER LATE ARRIVALS.
(FINE imMW !
HOUSE RIB GOODS.
Direct by rail from New York to San FrancUeo,
(Bought prevUns te Late Advances in Prices, and
for sale at Bottom Bates for Casta.)
A FINE ASSORTMENT
LAMPS & CHANDELIERS
Lamp Goods la every variety.
Kerosene Oils Downer's and Palace,
Kerosene Non-Explosive Oil Stoves,
llabbaclt's Paints and Oils.
House and Carriage Paints ami Brushes,
Turpentine, Varnishes, Olue,
Averiirs Chemical Paint,
Lubricating Oils and Compound,
ALBANY LUBRICATING C03IPOI7XD ANN CI PS,
ALBANY. CYL1NDRR OIL,
Lard Oil, Castor Oil, &c. Ac.
A very complete assortment.
Tatole CxxtloTry -
In great variety direct from the manufacturers.
POCKET CUTLERY, SCISSORS.
SHEARS. RAZORS AXD HONES.
Tools for Carpenters, Machinists.
Masons and other Mechanics.
REED & BARTON'S CELEBRATED
SILVER PLATED WARE!
TP O II
Gash n 1 37 !
Full Suit to Order, $26.50,
Made from Good, Substantial
All Wool CassiEncrcs !
A LARGE ASSORTMENT?
DRESS & BUSINESS WEA1R,
AT MODERATE PRICES.
At Low Fifuresj
LaoES, siding hebits,
ju261y H. S. TRECLOAFJ.
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCH'NT
LAUIFiS' AXD GENTS' HOSIERY,
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS ! !
Ladies, Gents' & Children's Boots & Shoes,
GROCERIES AND CANNED Q00D4,
Hardware, Crockery and Glassware, To
bacco, Cigars, Pipes, Yankee Notions,
PATFNT MF.nir.INF.Q FTP.
30, 32. AND 34 FRONT STREET.
H I L O,
Bx lata arrivaU via Cap Uorn and via Panama
-A. Largo -Assortment
PrtnU, Brown Cotton. TTorrock's White Cottons
Blue Cotton and Drill, Tickings, Denims, etc. '
rcss Goods :
Silas 'and Woolen, MeriiKw, Flannels, Buckikins, Bant
Linens, Lawns, Mosquito Netting , Towels, Threads, eta? '
Fancy Goods :
Necktiea, Ribbons, Handkerchiefs, Foulards,
Socks and Stocking.
Bails, White Shirts M. and C. U. Sblrtg, Blankets,
Table Carers, Skirts, Umberllas. Shawls, Florence Hits
Ban PWwera and Feathers, Stationery, '
Looking GUwes, Gold Lear, Play Cards.
IPcril am cry :
Labia1 Soap and Extracts, Phllocome, Kan da Color m
liair Oil, Florida Water, Tooth Brushes, Combs, etc. '
SADDLES Sydney & English,
Leather Belting, 4, 5, 6 and 8 in.,
COAL BAGS & Gunnies, Burlaps, &c.,
Wrapping & Printing Paper.
Vienna Chairs, Tmnki
PIANOS from L. Nuefeld, Berlin.
Pkklea, Bait, Biacaits, Olive Oil. Banlines, Pepper,
Blue Mottled Soap, Camphor, etc.
t. Paal's AW,
Kngllnh Ale and Porter,
Rltler Ber In pints,
Alcobo' In demlhjons of 1 jail,
FT A W All
Hoop Iron, Bheet Zinc, Banks Tin,
Yellow Metal, Buckets, Tabs, O C Iron,
Shears and tpurs, W. Mann's American Axm.
KEROSENE OIL CAUTION I CcMcnt'
K.lPLEHEf JTS :
Plows, Harrows, Spades, Shovels, 0-os, Forks,
Rakes, Planters' and Garden Hoes,
RICE HOES, Crow Bars.
Grindstones and Fixtures,
Pick Axes, Pick Mattocks,
Grub Hoes, Bush and Grass Scythes, Bash Hooks,
Rice Hooks. Grass Hooks, Cane Knives, Axes,
Canal-barrows with iron and wooden wheels,
Ox Chains, Trace Chains, Back Chains, Topsail Chains,
The Improved Steel Paris Plow,
By some planters said to be superior to any other plow
ever offered in this market, and to require less cattle for the
same amount or work than any otner.
CELEBRATED MOLINE PLOWS
In different sizes.
Gang Plows Supplied to Order.
GALVANIZED BASINS AND BUCKETS,
TIWIRE, IIINf.IIAM BfCKETS.
A Large Invoice of Gun Caps.
Store Trucks, Wooden Whiffletrees,
Douglas Force Pumps, Hay Cutters,
Philadelphia Lawn Mowers,
Platform Scales, Swedge Blocks,
Nails, Tacks, Screws, Spikes, Crow Bars,
Tire Machine and Carriage Bolts,
Galvanized Wash Boards.
Rattan Yard Brooms, Door Mats,
An elegant assortment of Yale Padlocks,
Dixons' American Lead Pencils, a full line,
Galvanized & Painted Barbed Wire
DILLirJCHAaYJ & CO.
jylO 87 Fort street, Honolulu.
"Big Collar "Harness Shop
MESSRS. CASTLE &L COOKE WOULD
call the attention of their friends ;and patrons to an
imitation brand of
Palace Kerosene Oil,
Imported by the CHINESE from
Our PA Li ACE OIL is a high Standard Oil and under
guarantee from the Manufacturers, and every case has the
stamp of our firm on top CJ 4? O as well as the name in
full of our New York, Agents, T-T
"W- H. Crossman Sc Bro.
If buyers will keep the above facts in mind, they need not
be caught with the spurious article. aplO 3m
BEST & CHEAPEST LUBRICATORS
Red Bricks, Fire Brick. -uh. Piles, Coal Tar,
Blacksmith Coal In barrels. Oak Boats,
Empty Barrels, Demijohns, 1,2, 3 and 6j Market Baskets.
Manilla Rope from J to 4 inches.
The Albany Lubricating
Compound and Cups.
The Albany Lnbricatinar CtatMsad ia a hirhiv
refined patent composition. The Cups are specially adapted
to iu nse in automatically lubricating bearings of alt descrip
One dollars worth will last as lone as from two to ten dol
lars Worth of oil with no slop, and with one twentieth the
attention required by the best Oil Caps.
PATENTED NOV. 14th, 1874.
i at anchor, shaU carry where it can best be seen. Article 2d. JNothincr in these rules shall intPrfVr witti
tight not exceeding 20 feet above the hull, a white tbe operation of a special rule duly made by local authority
pobular lantern of not les3 than eight inches in relative to the navigation of any harbor, river, or inland
SPECIAL LIG1IT8 FOR SQUADRONS AND
article lib. iNothinsr in these rules shall intpfcro
ind so constructed as to show a clear uniform and
ght, visible all round the horizon at a distance of
9. 'A pilot vessel, when engaged on her station
duty, shall not carry the lights required for other
. i ii i i i: i i a. j i
snail carry a wmic ugui ut, iue fiuast-neaa, visime
8 team boat Tickets,
Certificates of Stock,
tKewards of Merit,
Dry Goods Tajs,
Certificates of Deposit,
Bills of Kxchang
Orders of Exercises,
C . H A M M E R ,
86 KING STREET
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER! American
Fine Single & Double Buggy Harness,
Concord and Mule Harness
Plantation Harness of aU sorts,
Biding Bridles. Saddles & Whips,
Currycombs, Brushes, Saddle Cloths,
And every necessary for stable use at
BEDROCK PRICES for CASH
From Sydney and San Francisco,
Fresh Butter in tins,
Medium Bread & Crackers,
Ex STORMY PETREL,
6 Steam Clarifiers, 500 galls, each.
Ior Sale ty
H. HACICFELD & CO.
A.MlLi T TZ r- C It I I TIONH
HOLD FHTIB !
PARTIES IN HONOLULU,
or other parts of the Islands,
DESIRING FURNITURE !
CAN IIAVB TBKIR
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
By applicatioa U Mr. E. P. A II A MS, Queen Street,
wbo bav our Descriptivs Caulogoa with Prices.
O 1ST HA. 1ST T I
it Store of L. W. D0PP, King St.,
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets !
Black. Waisrat Sideboards,
Bktck H sin at Ulnlnc Chairs,
Oak Can Seat Dining Chairs,
Ordar Bolmom tteu,
fin kreaas,e., .,.
E. P. ADAMS, Agent forHaw'n Is.
tJT Bepairina- of every descrirtioo dooe In the best Bossible
Bwoocr, who im dcsi Baienaia, ai lowest workmen's rales.
All Work Guaranteed or Exchanged
Look for the "Big Collar.'" -a
Bills oi Fare, Show Cards !
ist-heacL visible I i , , , .. ...v,
e horizon, and shall also exhibit a flareup light or X anTna on uF l'ZUZ??"
tea. A pilot vesseL when not engraved on her
lilotage duty, shall carry lights similar to those of
l fmo 1
lights for two or more ships of war, or for ships sailing under
THE SECOND SCHEDULE.
. 10. (d) Open fishing-boata and other open boats,
way, shall not be obliged to carry the side-lighta
: . f other vessels ; but every such boat shall, in lieu
. re ready at hand a lantern with a green glass on
J and a red crlass on the other side ; and, on the
f or to other vessels, encn janiern snail ne ex
i gufxeient time to prevent collision, ao that the
. .1 .. J . 1
i' - . l. I r tA-m ann nn rnn nnn eiup. liur luk rfn
V-r --': VtfT.T IU4U UKV fcw bv.Ta.ia w i - 7 .
c ri r starboard aide.
7ith ample Ilaterials of Hewest Styles
VAST FBJCSSXS. AMD GOOD WORXHXH,
We seldom fa'din giving Maiisfactionto our Patrons
HO. 23 HERCnAHT STEEET.
J. II. CLACK,
DORTRAITS IN CR.ATON. PASTEL AND
XT Water Colors; also, Crayon and Water Colors con aloed.
Chi an Photographs ia Oil mot Pbotorrapfaa Colored. Old
Pietares Copied and enlarged. PrJcea reasnnaMa and satis-
tactioo raorauteed. Studio and Reaideoce, No. 80 Bitania
Approved this 30th day of July, A.D. 1880.
f AIXSHADES, IW LiROB AND SMALL
Pariaaias. Far Sals by
ialTt BOLLES CO.
TO PLASTERERS & DUILDERS !
Good Fresh Xlair,
FIT FOR PLASTERERS CSB. POR8AL.E
in qoaauUes U rait, and at reasonable rates.
P. O. BOX 49. MTOH MACK AT,
JyS ' Proprietor of t Boaolara Taaaery.
Nearly 7,000 In TUse.
Ho Engine Adjunct has met with rach
Ronin( MiUa, Iron Works aad Olaaa Works, Tnrlaasra al
Bteaaboatsoo the Rivers, oa toe Sreat Lakes hat iU
pecan, Brewers. Coum and Wooten kTaoaiketarera. ss, Mn
ista. Engine Boildera, Water Werka, Stat and JnaidnsTTat
atitations. from aU parte of ths Daiti .M .TfllV.-
have volnntarUy ottered their praises of the perfeeUaTaiti
otaity of the Justly styled
FAR-FAHEO AHSl-RICftEl LUBBICATCa :
Now we sav to vou- Uv u i1
i r caJiu wlu
not pay yea to continue it.
Yotx ISTeed tli American
And the few dollars we ask yea for It will eoaM Uc'k ' !
to yon in e ..o, of oJkwTLj
One Week's Trial Will Convince You '
Albany CyttrxCcr CI3 '
DOES NOT KIT uvl r-a anrwm .v. ' ' . "
ia the case vita Tallow and Lard OU need IsTcy Ha3ernT
LESS OIL nanliri rwtva ua "
!de or rasa to create friction ae Tallow or Lard WiiJT-':
. DilHiiIxaEai ec o, ?
HONOLULU, ?f f
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian islands.
CAUFOE27IA EIVHH flAlSSGST.
N. n Merchant St., Importer and Dealer In
IllLniOITD GOODS I
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
Valtham h Elgin Watches
IN OLD AND SILVKR CASES i
B0UD GOLD JEWELRY,
-, Itc, ia Oreat Variety
irTCrJES & CHRONOMETERS RATED !
. .v.. ..,' -AND
Kijzjfjizg Glasses, Sextants,
- kaadrants, or lfantical Instmmentf.
Impaired and Adjusted
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