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P. O. ADVERT!
SUPPLEMENT MARCH 19, 1881.
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1 Wo ar not rpniitble lr opinion nprfiwi by cor-
respondent, unr cnlnwna Ix-iti opn to .11 for the dls-
naton of public affairs from every point of view,
cmpondent will pleM obwrre that all lHtm.
71, '?or"7blU-.Uon. tar V gntl Jond
fit thn Rl'dor of Pacific Commercial Advertiser:
Sib: L"t me call nttention to an article
in a cotemporary, entitled Keply of the Min-
ii,t-r f the Interior to the Memorial on East '
jn-li n Immigration."
This article afford evidence that pains have
ix-en taken to elaborate a document which
hoaIl make gentlemen to whom it i adlretsel
undr-rstand what sort of assistance they are
likely to receive from its author.
The writer dwells npon the undesirableness of
East Indians as laborers, and endeavors to sub
stintiaie his assumstion by copious extracts
from a pamphlet of which he possesses the only
copy in the country. He gives other reasons
. why those people should not be brought here,
; bat does not avail himself of the assistance of a
i writer in last eones.iay s paper, wno gave a
i harrowing account of the sufferings of some in-
dividual) from cholera in an inland town in the
1 lnitl States. This is a pity because it would
j have come in with good eflVct, and would have
,' been quite as pertinent to the matter in question
a what w actually given.
Memorialists ask how are the obstacles to East
Indian immigration to be overcome. If they
; consider that this reply affords the information
akel for, they mast be easily satisfied. As a
work of art the performance is tolerable. The
artist has made a fancy sketch ; but it is not
I what was required. It takes up four columns
,nnd a half of the paper, but does not once
; touch the question. If that does not open the
Tts, what will ? It is a stone instead of bread;
'a mockery to present such a document as a reply
tt the information asked for.
Extracts have been selected from the pamph
lf t alve alluded to; but not all that might
Lave Iwtn drawn from it had due care been ex
ercised and information the only object sought.
1'or iustmce: On page 51 of the pamphlet
qauted by the Minister, occurs the following
p;usnge, There can be no doubt that if
Africans in sufficient numbers are unattainable,
the Bengal and Madras coolies are the laborers
' K'st suited to our climate and institutions; " and
; on paje 9 the following: " They will .bear a
very favorable comparison with laborers in any
part of the world."
Other similiar passages might be adduced, but
to what purpose ? Surely after all that has been
s.iid and written, planters and others desiring
Uhe services of East Indians, will not fail to see
!th.it to succeed in obtaining them they must
juke the matter in hand themselves, and iuore
' over make up their mind to encounter all the
opposition, open and secret, that can be brought
; to tear against them by some few prominent
individuals. Iam, etc. .Tlantib.
To Vie Ellior of Uit Pacific Uommercurf Advertiser :
Kohala, March 1st 18S1.
The weather during the latter part of January
and the earlier psirt of February, we experienced
nothing but the time honored olt! fashioned
Kona. Till this winter, we have not had for the
past four years such strong wind from that direc
tion, but seemingly (and to make up for all
i previous shortcomings) we were visited on the
V 20th Jannary by such a Kona, tts for force and
t evident mission of destruction, has probably
never, or hardly ever been excelled ; it was
j simply a hurricane of the most determined
I nature. At times, it would seem as though the
! stoutest building conld offer no resistance to its
awful violence. During a ride, a day or two
' following, I saw that the road from the big
? gulch" and on towards Halawa, usually preent
! lng uch a delightful and charming ride, it being
plantl on t ither sile the whole distance with
Eucalyptus and Ironwood tries, was in many
t plai'CH Iitraily betrwu with the leafy and
; nmbrageons foliage if that stately line. This is
the portion of our district which presents such a
park-like appearance and lerefr, as it is, of so
much of its verdant leanty it is something to de
plore, while it may take years to make g'xxl the
destruction caused by the recent gale. Further
on; and mauka of the road, further evidence of
its fury was only too clearly mauifest. Messrs.
' Thompson .t Chapin, have recently at great
ep?ne. ereetrd a line of lluming from their
fields to the Halawa mill (it crosses two deep
ravines) a portion of which was blown down,
f necessitating temporary stppage of grinding
and repairs. They have since finished the
i grinding of about on h-lf of their plant cane,
some yielding very nearly 5 tons to the acre. I
prennme that my letter would fall singularly
short of acceptance were I not to include the
movements of our plantations and the state of
cur crops. Hawi, 11. It. Hind, doing good work
averaging 15 clarifiers a day. Cane so far, going
about 4 tons. Puehuchu mill working full time,
they are now grinding Chulan's cane, which I
fear will give but a very inadequate return, a
t possible 3 tons to the acre. Messrs. Holmes k.
Woods though, have cane to cut which gives
j promise of a much handsomer yield. The Star
works. Kapaau, are fully employed, and are now
grinding cane belonging to the Kohala Sugar
i Company, the canes are not particularly large
but very jney, some guaging 10 per cent., they
I speak of 4' tons as a probable result per acre.
' i Apropos of this mill, I am informed that it is
I n w incorporated a full fledged, " joint stock"
f company, the principal stockholder being D. It.
,' Vida, the others include C. N. Castle, W. It.
Castle, W. l. Irwin & Co., Geo, C. Williams
nd Bev. E. Bond ; total stock, nominal, $100,-
000. This plantation will, no doubt, soon pay
very respectable dividends, they have just com
pleted a deep cutting through the cliff, have
built a very commodious sugar house, and
indeed now possess every convenience for carting
and shipment of sugar, 5 trips a day can very
, easily be made from the works to the landing.
The Kohala Sugar Company are busy grinding,
and though their cane does not seem quite equal
to that of some former crops, yet they will come
out with a fair averge crop. Halawa, Dr. Tis- '
dale, grinding the whole time, these works have
just completed the grinding of a portion of Smith
Johnson's crop, over y tons. Niulii, Hart
& Co., I learn that this mill has a crop of 180
acTes plant cane and 150 acres of rattoons, from
which, judging from the return so far, they hope
tor at vi uuu ions. it acres plant cane
recently ground, gave 84 tons sugar, while the
rattoons turn 3 tons to the acre. A small uid
of 8 acres of plant cane (land never plow
cane simply being planted iry teles,) gave; -
The weather continues most . c.hle he
young cane. I am told by those who ha a
planters many years, that we have never '
better season. 1 heard some weeks ago of " -. -ties
being arrested for furnishing liquor' io
natives, that, with the finding of several delin
quent laborers, is about all that we have had
exciting in the police court. A smart shock of
earthquake was noticed on the 5th ult, about 6
a. at., which lasted but a few seconds. Our railway
cannot make much progress till your vigilant
Board of Health send us the 150 Celestials now
under their paternal cse. The work accom
plished so far is confined to the erection of a
blacksmith's shop, a dwelling for some of the
foreigners, and a residence for the engineer Mr.
il a they wjre united, they presenterfi
Nichols, who, with hi wife are at present
domiciled in the afore mentioned dwelling till
nwn honse ii in a star fit tr rwrnnv -Thpv
"ls ,n S a fetare nt to Otcnpy. - iney
nave found very good water near the beach by
Kinking 14 feet. Quite a powerful derrick has
I en ertted C,OSf to the
uun, suu neirriu tucu are riupiujeu u jnu 1 1 111
deepening the small harbor and forming a break
water. I hare nothing special, Hocially, to
report, indeed the weather till very recently has
been most decidedly against any demonstration
within the way of public entertainments or
private parties. March 3rd, rain has set in
again in good earnest.
IOFFER FOK SALE
Belonging to the Kaalaea riaotatioo, viz:
1 Sugar Mill, 54 inch x 21 rolls.
1 40 feet Caoe Carrier for tame, nearly new.
3 500 gallon McOnies Clarifiers in perfect order.
3 COO gallon Precipitators.
1 Cleaning Pans, copper coils and iron shells, with
Skimming Trough, complete.
1 Circular Evaporator, copper coil and copper shell,
6 feet dia.
2 Evaporators, copper coil and iron shells.
5 Syrup Tanks supply to Vacuum Pan.
1 6 toot Vacuum Pan set oo cast iron coluaioa, pan
strikes Z ions of sugar.
1 Blake's Direct Air Pump for pan.
2 Weston Patent Centrifugals, with irou frames.
1 Sugar Trough to take a strike of pan. with sugar
spouts and columus, all of iron, nearly new.
16 Coolers in first-rate order.
1 CUke's Sieam Molasses Pump.
1 Molaesc Blow up.
1 Blake's Steam Fee l Pump.
1 Pair Compound Boilers with Steam Drum and
1 Coal Boiler, 19iftx6ft. with Internal Furnac-, as
at present ma-le at the Honolulu Irou Works
for upinct coal on Plantation, nearly new.
2 Iron Smoke Stacks, 75 feet higbx37 iucbes dia..
made of 3-16 inch plate, wmpletc, with cast
iron bed plates, slay bands and galfauized
wire rope stays, nearly new.
Trash Cars, Tee Bails, Spare Pieces of Machinery,
Tlie aNve Machinery i now
TAKING O 1?
18 to 23 Clarifiers Per Day !
If in 8wvt order", and can bo Imaght as It now stand a
on KuUca, or on Wharf at Honolulu, to be de
livered after April 1st, 1S8I.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
J. H. HANLON
II removed into his new premi.se at
HIK poor OK ALAKKA xTRKKr.
aixl is oo prepared to do all kinds ol
Horse Shoeing and
Sick and Lame Horses
Taken care of and CL'RKD on (he premises.
Stabling Provided for same if Required.
The Coderaigoed intends by
Strict Attention to Business
Tocontinne to enjoy a fatl share of politic patronage.
FIRST CLASS HARNESSES
SINGLE AND UOl'BI.K.
For Sale fbi? Cash. !
At Wm. Levy's Pony Stables, King Street.
WILL SHORTLY ARRIVE
FROM SAN FRANCISCO, A NEW LOT
HORSES.BUGGIES, HARNESSES. WHIPS
ANI A LOT OP FIRST ROALITr OF
EEA1T ilOTD GR.AIHT !
At "Wm. Levy's Pony Stables, King Street.
ja25 81 If
FOR SALE TO ARRIVE
SUPERIOR DURHAM COWS
12 Well-Bred Fresh Calved Milk Cows,
NOW ON HAND AT THE KALIKI RANCH
.... ALSO ....
THIRTI nEAD PL4STATI0X MULES
fU SI tf
To he Continued.)
PERSONS WISHING TO HAVE VIEWS
of houses or any oat doer photography done, can bare
Pictures in First-Class Style,
By PP7i'1ff to (be undersigned, at 1 37 Fort street.
Honolulu, Jan. 18th, 18S1. iaZS
JIacaeale . Irbai afes,
Fire-proof, Fire A. Bor-Iar Prtf, k Btrglar Troof,
smaller sizes constantly on hand.
Orders for Large Sizes Filled at Shortest Xotlce.
Old Safes Taken la Exchange.
Babcock's Fire Extinguishers !
Platform, Dormant, and Combination Beam Scales !
XT for Prices and Circulars, write to
C. O. UERCERi
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands,
my IS' 80 lr
"Big Collar " Harness Shop
C . HAMMER,
86 KING STREET J
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER ! j
Fine Single & Double Buggy Harness,
Concord and Mule Harness
Plantation Harness of all sorts,
Riding Bridles, Saddles & Whips
Currycombs, Brushes, Saddle Cloths,
And every necessary fur atable use at
BEDROCK PRICES for CASH
ET Repairing of every description dme in tli- hr t iHM-siMe
manner, with the best materials, at luwcM w.irkn fii" rlea.
All Work Guaranteed or Excluded ,
tST Look for the "Big Collar!1' "333
jal 81 II
P.ACiriC C O M M EliCl i I
BOOK AKMD J O
No. 23 Merchant Street.
Acknowledged to Possess the lle.il A.ort
menl of Look and
JOB PRINTING TYPE,
Of any Other Office in the ixindtcich .;..
Well Adapted to the Superior Trinting
PASTIJIt.S! OP WV Vl'li1 1
EITHER. IN .
PLAIN OR FANCY COL KS.
Tax Lists, Leases,
Bhop Dills, Circtilirs,
N E W.S PA P K It S, It I L L . 11 i; A l S,
Concert Bills, blank Note.
Road NoUcea, Bills Lading,
8chool Reports, Pries Current
Ministerial Eeports, Pamphlets, Books,
Tax Bills, Lectures, Bonds, Briefs.
Concert Tickets, festival Tickets,
Steamboat Tickets, Excursion Ticketa,
Deposit Checks, Shipping Receipts,
Insurance Policies, Certificates of Deposit,
CertiBcatea of Stock, Bill of Exchange
Tagso erery style.
Apothecanea' Labels, Orders of Exercises,
Reward! of Merit, Letter Headings,
Dry Goods Tags, Note Headings,
Lecture Tickets. Bank Notices
Bills of Fare, ' Show Cards !
Bcbool Records, Check Books,
Wood Cats. Stock Lists, .
M sgasioes. Way Bills,
Win Ample Materials of Newest Styles,
FAST PRESSES, AND GOOD WORKMEN,
Ur seldom fail in giving satisfaction to our Patrons
K0. 23 MERCHANT STEEET
P. C. ADVERTISER CO.,
LN ODC"DERTFOR 8ALlTVf '
JAME3 I. DOW8ETT.
To the General Public.
THE PROPRIETORS OF
In Consideration of the Patron
age Bestowed on them
Itjr the Residents of thee Islands, hare conrinded to
Show Their Apprecialion
DV GIVING Til KIR-
TO BK HELD IN THE
HEW MUSIC HALL.
MARCH 25th, 1881.
TO BE CIVESM AWAY
.T S2.00 E ACH
Kach admission ticket will have a Coupon attached, bearing
a Dumber on it.
So that those entitled to a Pres
ent will simply refer to the
Newspapers or Printed
I Lists, after tne Commit-
:teo have awarded the Presents.
AU holders of tickets, unable to attend the Musical Festival,
will be as full ad? ied of the results of the awards aa though
bey were present on the occasion.
XT Tickets should be secured al once as the sale of the
limited number will psss off rapid I jr.
PICKERING & CO.,
P. O. BOX 97, Honolulu.
Tickets can be bought at Mr. A. McWA YNE'S Drug Store
and aeats secured in advance of the Concert,
Due notice will be siren of the Attractions to take place in
connection with the
PRESENTATION EXHIBITION I
Dress Circle especially Reserved for
Ladies and Families.
It ia the Manager's wish to render this
PRESENTATION CONCERT !
Beneficial Enjoyment in Every Way,
( And as some of the Presents are
Magnificent Adornments to the Home Circle
As well as all being Useful and Ornamental, it may
be readily perceived that as
Every Second Ticket Receives a Present,
That the Proprietors only desire sufficient finances to defray
All parties desiring to sea the beanlihU Pianoa, Organs and
Musical Boxes, ate, can view the aame now ou Exhibition a
XT The tallowing schedule comprises a partial list of lb
Presents to be award ;
9 Matsstificeait PIsibim. wish Slla,
(oblique, by Bool of Paris) just received by atmr.
2 Saiperir Alexandre OrgaMst received
per stmr Zealandia, vlua -
"owse '. "mm or mue ol an ei-
H r' 'MWELL,
Present afio n
IXT Terms to Salt Pnrchtsers. Apply to
fe6 8l tf
S M ataical BexefplsTing six tunes each, va ne $260
35 iccsrdetns, ranging frOtn 10 to $20 each.
FOR FURTHER I A RTICl'LA RS SEE
em Merateu CIRCULAR LISTS.
WtilC.lX BE HAD BY ADDRESSING
Orders from tbe other Islands for Tickets filled with
Al! orders for tickets, which are placed at Two Dollars Kac i
muat be accompanied by the CAfcll, addreased to
PICKERING & CO.,
I. O. BOX 97. HONOLULU.
TO ALL CONCERNED.
rmwt LA WVKRti. DOCTORS. MINISTERS.
I Fire Dopartnicuia, Military urganizalioiia, and all iu
this Kingdom, lo know that
We Have Just Imported, Direct from Glas
gow, Through Our Agents,
Peelhack & Co.,
100 Suits of Scotch Tweed
Made Expressly for thia Market Shape and Style,
Unequal td, to bi Sold at the Lowest Rates,
COMPLETE SUIT FOE $15.00.
Our Very Fine Geneva
SCOTCH TWEED PANTS I
. At $5 a Pair Most Durable.
Our Whitney Pilot Cloth Over-Coats, at $7 each;
Fine Canton Flannel Shirts and Drawers,
Tender Feet 3ock. 10c., 16c., 25c., 60c. and 75c. a pair;
Genu'. Fancy Neck Ties, 75c. adoxen;
Genuine Florida Water, 75c. a bottle;
1,000,000 Other Articles too Numerous to Mention.
The Great Arctic Soda on Draught Daily,
Fine Cigars, Fifty in a Box, for $1.
All to be Had at the Great IXL Store,
Premiums for 1880-81 !
5 LARGE 5
Being determined not only to keep up with the times, but to
keep ahead of all competitors, I have bad gotten up FI V 1
LARUK CHROMOS. 13 by 18 inches In aixe, and
shall (five TIIK r'lVK FKISK to every subscriber to
the FIR ICS I OH VISITOR I in addition to this, I
shall not only keep the V 1MTOR up to its present stand
ard, but shall materially improve it during the year. Our
Chromos are made in pore Oil Colors, and are printed in 20
colors, and any description I mipht attempt to give of them
would rot do them justice, yet I will rive our readers a partial
decern-' ion of them, in order that they can get some idea of
their lovt-iioess :
No. 1 u a ne Chromo done in pure Oil Colors, in 20 print
ings, sun 13 t-r 18 inches, entitled:
Bevars ! for
She la footing thee,
the Is fooling ib.ee,
Trol her not
Oh. tmst her not ! "
This Deject is rept ecented by a beautiful young lady sitting
in a ru: tic chair, bei.lj the overhanging branches of at fine
old el.-n tree ; she ia fruitlessly dressed, with her long, golden
riogih;inti: e down over her shoulders; lo bar lap is a show
er of bfnu'itiil flow - by is a beautiful waterfaU. while
in tbe distance tow uin peaks. Taken as a whole, at
U a lovely picture tbe bvautiful lady in the maths chair to st
thoughtful mood, luxuriant foliage all around, the beaatiful
gowers, the land. -vape, with tbe blue canopy of heaven e'er
all combine to lorm an enchanting acetic, and one that can
not fail so aatiafy a!l.
No. 3 is a fine Oil Chrot.no, in SO colors, :..;- 13 by 19 in
ches, entitled t
A beautiful girl of eight years la r-at gathering ferns she la
barefooted, with no hat on her he 1, ttn wind playing with
her golden locks. he has her iprua tell of fcroe. It is a
beautiful picture of childish beauty nt tannteece, and cannot
fail to find favor in the eyea of a!L l.' a coloring cfthe land
scape ia very fine. In the distance ia seen the little one's
home. The picture, ss a whole, is very beautiful a-d true to
nature. It is well worth the price of a year's subscription to
the FIR "! IE VISITOR, yet every subscriber gets
the VISITOR a year, and the five chroasoa tor the small
sum of One Dollar.
No. 3 ia a fine Oil Chromo In 80 colors, sine IS by IS looh
es, entitled i
Happy Dreams of CliUdliood..
This Beaatiful Chromo represents a sleeping child, s beao li
fe! girl of three years of age. 8ue is sweetly sleeping with
her doll clasped in her hands- Over and above her are seen
angel forms scattering flowers and blessings on the bead of
the dear one. Beside her conch is sitting her mother Intently
watching her child, while her baada have paused In the laney
needle-work on which she is engsged. it ia a beautifully
aweet picture, and will find a warm place in every mother's
heart in the land. Tbe child sleeping so sweetly with a smile
noverintr around its lips, the angel forms oVr head, the mother
watching her dear one, the rich draperies and furniture ot
the room make a rare picture of loveliness. It is taken from
a rare painting by one of the old masters, and cannot tail to be
appreciated by all.
No. 4 U a fine Oil Chromo ia 20 colors, sise 13 by IS Inch
The Muto Appeal.
" . PAHCY, FAST
H. 3. AGNKW. j -
This subject repteenlsa beautiful Ilaliin girl. dreeed in
ber native cotiume. the is what is known aa a etreet Music
ian, anl earns her lirtlihood by her violin nod n ice. Che
has ljTd and sang to the rrowil.ai d baa quietly folded her
rishc a rni over and around ber violin, hile her left arm is
oulstreched, thus mutely pealirg to ihr ublic to give her
what they may. It ia a lovely picture. Tbe frirl. though nl)
a strnllii-g player, i.- rarely hraulilul the i t I, beseeching
expref ion of the face could but uiakt tbe mi sordid And the
way into their pockets, and give her a few pennies. It is one
of the richest pin urea we have seen for many a day. It ia
brought out in Oil Color?, and ia tqnal in evr-ry rrect, to
any oil printing, and few ran tell whether it ia aa Oil Cbromo
or an Oil t'aiminp. so faithfully it is reproduced. To see it is
to fall in hive with it! once, and every one w bo sees It, will
No. 6 is a fine Oil Chromo in SO colors, site 13 by 18 indi
es, entitled i
'The Itcwsii'd I
This is a companion piece to No. 4. It rrpreteola a beauti
ful Italian girl (entirely unlike the other.) 8 he is aUoa
Street Musician, earninpf her livelihood with her voice and
violin; she has played to her audience, and baa received ber
reward in the share ol a shinins; silver piece which she ia
l.o'dins in her hand, while a smile of delight, at her rucceas,
hovers on her lip, and t er face is radiant It hi a very lovely
picture. This Chromo alone ia worth twice the co.t ol a
y ear'a subscript ion to the FIRESIDE VISITOR, yet
subscribers will receive the FIVE foregoing Inige Chromo
FREE, and the VISITOR a year for a single dollar.
That each subscriber receives" the foreging FIVE
LAIIGK IIEAUTIFI L CIIKOMOS. and the
FIRESIDE V I SI TO II a year lor a aingle dollar, and
both papers and chromos are send postpaid in every case. No
publisher in thla country ever cffereil o much for a single
dollar and ful tilled it. 1 promiae only what I know I cau
The undersigned. Solo Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
would respectfully notify the inhabitant of thia Kingdom that
the above only covers postage throughout the United States,
that the Hawaiian postage is EXTBA lor Chromos and Ta
pers. Subscription covering all eatpenHea. .2b a year in advance.
XT Subscription List now open. JCt
Agents wantrd all orer the Kingdom; Write for
PICKERING & CO., Honolulu, H.I.
WING WO TAI & CO.,
Have Constantly on Iland
1? O SATIS
At their Fireproof Store, opposite Mobsman's, Nuusna street,
A FULL LINE OF
JAPAN and CHINA Tli AS.
Doth High ami Low Priced, according to Quality.
llso-1 fall asst. of Hautatlon Supplies, all kinds.
Alwaysonhand a LA KG E STOCK- OF RICE,
they being Ageuts lor three plantations.
A few or those I A.VCY SILK PARLOR S(RKK.S left
Jal'81 ly WINO WO TAI A CO.
THE J. H. BRIIKSWICK k BALKE
THE LARGEST BILLIARD MANUFAC
TURER'S IN THE WORLD,
Established in Chicgci. St. Louis. New York and Cincinnati,
and having besides branches iu sll the principal Cities ol the
Our object in these islands, is for the purpose of supplying
all who may feel the nectasity of ornamenting the saloou and
substituting With billiards.
TABLES WHICH ARE T1IK
Non.Plus Ultra of the Trade !
Our Tables are undoubtedly the heat ever manufactured,
and our Cushions are highly pprecintd, having leoivrd the
endorsement of the best l'rofeional and Amateur l"U)er
throughout the world. Our goods are admitted liy even, our
boldest competitors to be unequalled in beouty. quality, and
finish, and we have the most extensive establishment of t-e
sort in the world.
We can fill orders with greater facility, and afford better
satisfaction than sny o her Billiard Table manufacturers
The unders gned would most respectfully ask the attention
of the citizens ol the islands lo the
FIVE BILLIARD TABLES,
Now in use and imported from the above manufacturers.
And would venture to say I hut these Tables cannot be in
any way excelled. All Champion i'layers and expcits pro
No. 1. & the Rest Tables Manufactured.
All Champion games and the biggest runs are made on
these M.aarch Tobies) throughout the I'uiu-d (Hales
All information required can be had by applying to the un
dersigned, who will be most happy to receive orders for any of
the Tables, such aa
ECLIPSE CAROM & POOL,
ECLIPSE POOL & CAROM TABLES,
Which are the Tables of the Day.
Orders solicited for any part of or full outfiu In the Billiaid
Line, such as
Cloths, Balls. Cnes, Racks, Markers,
Bridges, Maces, Chalk, Tips. &c.
I would also call to notice, tbe Besutifut
Revolving Parlor Billiard Table, with
Stationery Parlor Billiard Table, with
the Monarch Cushions.
The Parepa, Bagatelle and Pigeon Hole
'Which are of superior quality and finish.
Tbe last but not least comes the
A beautiful Table, much suited for saloon purposes. Tnese
Tables are both useful and ornamental and moat suitable lo
parties bavins; smsll parlors and rooms.
The above Tables, oat flu, Ac, and everything in the Bit
Hard Line, wiH be put down to the Lowest figure and war
ranted in every particular, or no sale. Tables in use generally
on the Coast are 4x8 and 4Jx9.
tot full particulars pteaae address
Honolulu, H. I. JAMES 8. L.KMON.
A (eat fwr I be J. M, Bratajswlck sV Balke ('
THE GREAT MONARCH'S
Prize Standard Nonpareil Novelty Tables
Are in daily oas and asm be seen at the Commercial Billiard
Parlors, corner of Hassan Avenue and Berelanla street, nn
der the superior aaaBagea&eBt of C. H . Fox, Esq , who ia al
ways la atter.danc to in. tract and attend to wanta of tae
Lovers of the CUM.
.THIS PIEIB BAR
(I'nder the charge of MR. ROBkHT KOBI30ON)
Attached to the Saloon is liberally supplied with CHOICE
VARIETIES of fine WINES
With liquors of the best brands, along with potii. attention
combine to make it ta most pleasant place at resort and
refreshment is tits crty.
JAS. S. LEMON,
8oZ7 StfOta frwatrlwior.
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ESTABLISHKO tS63. CHOICEST WINIS,
ALKS s UQU0&S la the Market, AT CABS PRICK.
Jan 1 II