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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER," DECEMBER 16, 1882.
PUBLIC NOTICE !
rmMIK l?flKRSIGXKr II4VINO
chased from. II. K. M
Koto KerlikolaU th la Mia of
KIHILIPILI JL niLF.t.
Kind, nnr.i and Murium. i Kbtnia,
LiMLiri.i, RKJiir, ?; uu.ur.Kr rd
KllPlirLl, sltaated l Ilto-.ka . Ki ill;
niSlKlOO i DO.IOKIUir, mailed Maui;
1101111. a l.aial;
Also, lb lot l bed situated in Honolulu. and known a., the
WILDES Jl CMIL1 BLOCKS.
Nolb-e is her 7 fives that ail boom fallir.f due for rn.U
of saiJ land, art Miable to !. H M. U. IRWIN
Best White and Colored
sw ill U ar-, a a AT-m a a is
America t Euronc !
Xinen and other Lawns,
Prints, Fine C lotns, etc.
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
1ST rORT ST., IIOVOIX'LL'.
Piaala-f, Sliaplnsr, Tiralas,
Bab and Srrall Sawing,
llaitrs. Si-.'t. ttiiad,
Dr aaJ UlaJaw Frames,
Brackets BallaWrr, Sl4rs F.tr.,
Mad to Order
iLWATil ON HAND.
XT AP orders. Blle-I so iowi it-Mica anj
Mosldiuj uJ to any ptlion without
extra charge for
PRICE OP MACHINE WORK. $1.00 TO
S1.50 PER HOUR.
ir Order from lb. other I.UimI. prompt It BIk-1. PUus
al sM-cidcatioo furnished to orlT.
C. J. 11 RDUfc:.
olitr II. F. BKRTKIiUA .
Importer iS: Dealer
IX A 11. KINDS OF
CARRIAGE MATERIALS I
Bar Iron, of all sizes,
SOI.K AGENT FOR TIIK
Cortland Viagon Co,
OF NEW YORK. apl
FIRST PRIZE MSBALS.
HOLLISTER 6c CO.,
CkSOdoi 1 U
W14IIK4 Tt INFORM TUB
PUBLIC Of HONOLULU
Imports Furniture !
FTjRisrirp" RK !
sells Turn itu re i
Less than any Other Dealer
IX TIIK HAWAII Si
UHStana Pawrr Fjcllit.r.. -japl?J . U lie llrsi
Warksiea, tara aat tfrftfr Xrl. J-d t
t "T t"r :-'"'- ir
alsaH kelleTS It
GO & PBIOBJHS GOODS
GENUINE KOA COFFINS. $25.00 EftCH
maDr thaa aaj ataer lUm la Toa.
J. II. II1II XS Jr
THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP
NOW O K 1ST
OH TflK MASAI
Cor. King and Nuuanu Streets,
OPPOSITE MOSMA?(d. AND
TVicely littod Up!
First-CIass Billard Tables
A rjlioice Assortment
Tobaccos and Cigara,
Pipei and Cigar Holders, etc
CURIOSITESFROM ALV fJRTS OF THE WOHLB j
- jjrinJs. offall ls.ind
Ki S 9 Ilsaiu. a ad late Arrival.
c.isx of tiii: cklkhratkd
Blue Grass Kentucky Whisky.
In giant and demijohns, superior 'o any
brand in this market.
Caea Hermitage Bourbon Whiskj,
O. F. C. Sur Maab Whiekj,
" Kentuckj Fatorite Whisky,
Ca-ea Cutter So. 1 Whiekj,
Cases Hennessey 1,2 ai.d 3 Star Brand j,
Ricbot Star Pale Brand,
" Burke'a Three Star Irish Wbiakj,
" Burke'a Pure Malt Scotch Whisky,
" Lochiel Scotch Whiokj,
Extra Superior Port Wine,
Extra Superior Suerrj Wine,
" No. 1 California Tort,
" Beet Brands of Claret,
Best Brands of Madeira Wines,
" "Key" Brand Jamaica Rom,
" "Golden Fleece Jamaica Rum,
Baakets Best Stone Jug Gin,
Cuaes Green and Red Case Gin "Key" Brand
P. Raidmakers & Co's Prize Medal Gen-
uine llolland Gin,
Foster's Pale Ale, pts. and qt.
Guinneas XXX Porter, pta and qta,
St. Ljuia Lager Beer,
PiUener Lager Ber, qta and pta.
Tennant's and Jeffrey's Pale Ale,
Budweiser's Celebrated Lager Beer qta.
C. Farre's Champagne, qta. and pta.
Eclipse" Champagne, qta and pta.
" Rhine Wine,
" Angelica Wine,
A small Invoice of the
Oolebratotl Mineral Water
Manufactured expressly for trojicil
All the above goods warranted.
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.
oct 14 IT
To Fruit, Flower and Vege
taple Growers I
HlVIVO MADR A RR A NGEMKN'TS TO
II iwiT., doriDf the mooth. of FKBRUART NEXT.
10, 000 ORANGE & LEMON TREES,
Routed O rapt SeedUafa and Cutting.
A UbooJ, Waloat. Prach, A prioot.
Plum and Pruoc Treca,
ALL OF TUB
- war . m a
I Choicest varieties urown in uauiorma :
I I kkall be bappy to racele and fill ord ;n tor any oamlr
' thxt may be required, at reasonable price.
The Crapea and many ol the Fruit Trees are oe f rowinf
: on my place la Kalibi Valley, where I have been experiment
' liii (r Hit la.t few years with gratify ing reay Us; the vines
hearing (rail in FiPTKKN MONTHS from the time of aetling
out t be colling.. 1 ill also have
t Small Prnits of all Kinds !
' riucb as Blackberries. Raspberries, Currants and Strawber
ries, all of which do well in proper localities in these Islands.
1 shall be bappy to furn wb parties with such plants and
: ru ttiogs as they may select; and. if correspondent will for
; ward with particulars in regard to tbsir locaiioo, eleTatioo,
: kind of soil and condition, of moisture, I can make such selec
i tloos tur theui as will be best adapted to their requirements,
j A large variety of ROSES, GERANIUMS and FLOWCR.
! INU BL'LIW furnished to order. 8 KE D3 for the Flower and
! Vegetable Garden. VRRtfH from the Growers, and true to
Order left at this Office will receive attention.
oo24tr HONOLULU, II. I.
IL'KIG TIIGTEMPOKARV ABSKNCB
mm -1 .i. vi' ,i i . tr.im f ! W in:? l'os. Mr. v M.
n t rvriD ri . rn.l ,t ik. hn.irxa rtf our hoo.
JL'.x ., WM. O. IRWIS CC
Notice Is Hereby Given
THAT ALL MONIES DUE
Rents on Lands Under Lease
Ahiiniiaa of W.iilukii,
Mal. are pavable to niT Aceuts. WM. G. IRWIN A Co .
By his Attorney in Fact.
WM. G. IRWIN.
HAVING HEK.N APPOINTED BT THE
Umlth. Physician for the lJistrict of
Makawao. has taken bis residence at the bouse in the
rear of Norton Ac Co. 'a Store; and having established
Telephonic Communication with the various points of
business in the vicinity .will attend promptly to all calls,
either h telephone or bv uessaes. He will also
vi.it rLfiilrW. unless ureveuted bv crofesslonal
eneagemeuU, Paia. 8precklsvile and Eahalui n Tues
day and Thursday of each week, arriving at Spreckels
ville by 12 o'clock, and remaining over each night in his
Grace at Kanuiui.
octU 3mo w F. E. BAILEY, M. D.
B. W. MnCFARLM & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
The following Merchandise just
HSark dDberoii !
AND T ARRIVE
NOW KL'LLV DUE:
Uasei. u, 7, o and V lect, bctt Lnglntb Corru
gated Roofmir. Galvunizeu Iiidgmg fur
Bbls. Best English Portland Cement.
Bdln. beft Annealed Fcncioz Wire, No3. 4, 5
Bdld. IcHt nilixh Galvanized Fencing Wire,
In os. 5 and 6.
Coils Galvanized Wire Hope, all sizes.
Bales Genuine Twilled, Blue-striped
Sugar Sags !
(Of which there is a number ol worthless
imitations in the market). We are the Original
mportcrs and SOLE AGENTS of these Cele
brated Bazs. and the creat demand Tor them
from the Planters lias induced some manufac
turers and their agents to get up a cheap imita
tion of them.
A Fine Assortment of Crockery
A Splendid lot ol English and Frencli Groceries,
(particulars will be given on arrival of the
Steamship llansa." Also,
A Small Invoice of beautilul Irish Linen Damask,
Sheetings, and Cambric Handkerchiefs,
direct from Belfast, Ireland.
A small Invoice, of Choice WATER COLORS,
bv Celebrated Artitn.
Also, to arrive by e.-rvl nor Loading at
JL Cast-Iron Vacuum. Pan,
C feet in diam. by 7 fcot d -ep
Vacuum Pumping Engine.
H inch Cylinder
and 12-inch stroke.
Wrought-Iron Tanks, each
Wrought-Iron Chimney, 03
feet high, 37
inch, diam., J-inch thick.
multitubular lioiler, iu leet long, u leet in
diameter, with furnace, front doors, etc.
30-inch Weston's Patent Self-balancing Sus
pended Sugar-Curing Centrifugal Machines,
with the requisite Independent Iron
Framing, Wrought-Iron Suar Mixer of
2,000 gallons capacity, with Stirrer,
Driving Gear, etc.
A Hili-Pressnre Diagonal Steam Engine,
9-inch Cylinder, 18-inch stroke, with Gov
ernor, Fly-wheel and Belting for driving
500-Gallon STEAM CLARIF1ERS.
TO M E lif 1! A MS. l'L A XT E US, ETC.
JAMES DUXX, MERCHANT, GLASGOW,
Undertakes the purchase and shipment of all kinds of Brit
ish and Continental Goods, and wit. be glad to receivo Orders.
at rates either tree on board at shipping port in Kurope, or
delivered ex ship (lut with duty fur buyer's account) at
Honolulu. Such Orders tnay be accompanied by remittances,
payable in London or San Francisco ; or be will draw at 60
daya sight against confirmed credits from Honolulu llaukers.
or otherwise, to suit the convenience of buyers.
MK33R3. WM. G.IRWIN k CO., Honolulu.
HON. J. S. WAI.KKR, Honolulu.
THE Adit A BANK, (Limited), London.
NEW STORE ! NEW GOODS!
ej. HOPP & CO.,
T-t ICIiir street.
Having1 secured the Services of an
From Paris anl London, and recently froffi San Fran
Cisco, we are prepared to lurnisb Designs and Es
timates f r New and Original tMjIes of
fllHH CLASS DFHQLuHi
More suited to the Climate. Elegant and Cheaper than
Inferior Importations !
A N D
BOUDIOR SETS 1
In Slock and to Order.
SOFAS, I.OIM.FS, CHUBS. ( IIIFFOIEES,
WIUDUOU, DIKS, (BIBS, if., &.C.,
At the LOWT H..,itile Cash Prices.
In every material. Hair, Moss, Eureka and Straw.
Celebrated NE PLUS ULTRA
And a variety of other S;k, at the LOWKST possi
XT Window Cornices and Lambrequins, in New and Ele
ant Sale. (o5 If) J. IIOPP Co., No. 14 King s.reet.
Vhat meniorif cnnc, O Heart,
To tlife in the Autumn cliill.
When the leave that have done their part
Art to!MJ at th? cold wind will?
When tho snn that larucd so Lrischt
tiyfth down ere the dar is past.
What liaJs diwt thou see in the fading li;,0it ?
What nihs ust '-n il0ar lu 'asl
Ir;b'ht lu 1- hav, dlt-d liVe the leaves.
But, unlike them, n - more shall bloom ;
An.l ti. e voice ff tue waul i4 luiC one who 'i ;evei
Alone, in a world of gloom !
The shadows I see are thoe
Who have passed from my side a a ay,
And I hear them sjeak at the short JayV ch
When the li;ht is d ill and griT,
And of in the midnight lone,
When the world ia wrapt in rest.
The fond hopesj once called my own
Rise living within my breast.
But soon, with a throb of pain,
I think of the leaves that fall,
And liken thoir forms to the hopes ao Tain
Which no Spring can recall.
A Kainy Day.
It is a genuine rainy day not showery
or dull and drizzling Dut tnere is the
sound of abundance of rain.'
'This thirsty earth soaks up the rain,
And drinks and gapes for drink again.'
it is likely to nave enougn ot it this time,
for the windows of heaven are open, and at
this rate, before night, the dry ways will
be turned into brooks and the brooks into
Suppose there are some persons to whom
this rainy day is a grett disappointment
it interferes with their plans and disturbs
their appointments. But to others it comes
as a benediction it is the just the day for
in-door work; we have a rood excuse for
not leaving the house, and the weather is
an effectual protection against the intrusion
ot vexatious visitors. We can settle down
to our writing or reading, or whatever else
we have to do, without the danger of inter
ruption, and this gives a ch:irm to our
work. We are, of course, very sorry for
those who are not allowed to stay within
doors, let the weather be as it may for the
milkmen, the butchers, the bakers, the post
men and the railwdy employees who must
lace the storm, even if the ram must come
down in torrents ; but, tnen, they are used
to it, ana nave long since accepted tms as
one of the incidents of their vocation.
We would not care to live in a region
where it seldom, if ever, rained. By scien
tific irrigation good crops may be made to
to grow, but the artificial ditch is a poor
substitute tor the rain. .People want a little
variety in the weather, as they do in every
thing else. Who would wish to have bright
sunshine and the thermometer at seventy
degrees all the time ? We enjoy things by
contrast, and the long,, driving storm makes
the morning all the more glorious when
the clouds break and the sun comes forth in
ita miorhr. Thf sivpi.t nnn hpantifiil ruin f
Just think of the good that comes of it..
In the first place, it washes the atmos
phere of its foul and contaminating odors,
sweeps away into the rivers and through
the rivers into the ocean those decaying sub
stances which would breed pestilence on the
land : replaces the stagnant waters with the
sweet dews of heaven, and furnishes to man
the only effectual material for his purifica
tion. We are told that the Arabs in the
desert, where water is very scarce and pie
cious, try to cleanse themselves by rubbing
their bodies with sand. lhe standard of
cleanliness among that people is not very
high. A sandbath would not satisfy us
Another thins which tne rain does is to
regulate the temperature. If the process
of evaporation and condensation were sus
pended the earth would soon become unin
habitable, and whatever was net killed by
the frost would be withered by the heat.
This would be a zone of ice and a zone of
fire, and in both life would become extinct
In place of the gentle winds which now
gradually cool the equator, and bear away
its superfluous heat to the artic, there would
be either dead stagnation in the atmosphere
or the intermittent tornado pursuing its path
Another function ot the rain is that ot a
vivifler. Life would be impossible if there
were neither rain, nor dew, nor moisture.
Not a blade of grass would grow, not a
flower bloom, not a grain of wheat ripen.
Every bird would drop his wing and fall,
every beast of the held lie down and die,
and the inhabitants of man would be deso
Still another office of the rain is that of a
fertilizer. Water is the medium by which
all that goes to form the substance of living
things is brought into contact with them,
and assimilated by them. The roots of a
tree may be embedded in the richest soil,
the warm sunlight may play upon its
leaves, all the materials that are indispen
sable to its growth may hover about it, but
unless there is moisture to open the pores
and convey to it its food it will never add
one iota to its bulk, and will soon only be-
a a . frit 1
come a withered stick. ine uesert is a
desert simply from want of water; let the
rain come, and after a little while the
wilderness will bloom with verdure.
Palestine was once a land flowing with milk
and honey it is desolate and birren now,
because the rain has in a great measure
ceased to fall.
One of the profound sayings that has
come down to us trom antiquity is tnis:
When it rains, let it rain.' We do well to
accept this without qualification, for we
doubt whether it is in the power of man to
regulate the rain and the sunshine to any
better advantage if the matter were put un
der his control.
Dcst and Dusting Do not Just, but
wipe! lhe duster, that peaceiui emblem
of domestic Iabor.under certain circumstaces,
becomes a dangerous weapon to handle.
We are in earnest. An eminent scientist
declared it to be a fact. Do vou know what
vou are doincr when vou brush away dust ?
Vou desseminate in the air, and conse
quently introduce into your own interior,
into your tissues and respiratory organ.-s,
all sorts of eggs, spores, epidemic germs
and murderous vibiones which dust camtains.
One movement with a feather duster may
be enough to poison both you and your
neighbors to inoculate you all with typhus,
varioloid, or cholera strange as it may
appear. Instead ol a iratner ouster take a
damp cloth ; wipe away the dust instead of
stirring it up. In short, wipe never dust.
For a short time after the disruption an
unkindly felling existed between the min
isters of the Established Church and their
protesting brethren. Several free " parish
ioners of Blackford, fertshire, waited on
Mr. Clark, the Established minister, and
proffered the request that they might have
the services of a non-Erastian sexton.
" Will you allow us, sir." said one of the
deputation, " to dig our own graves ?"
"Certainly, gentlemen,'' said Mr. Clark,
you are most welcome ; and the sooner
the better !"
What the People Say.
We invite expression of opinion from the public upon
al subjects of genrrai iutvreyt for insertion under this
hesd of the ADttsnstii. f uch communications should
be authenticated bv the came of the writer as a gua
rantee of good fMth. bat Dot necessarily for publica
tion. Onr obUi t is to offer tlie f u!lrt opportunity for a variety
ff poi-'r iliscuasin and inrjuiry.
To all inquirers we shall endeavor to furnish inferma-
tion of the :u.t complete character oa any subject In
which they jnny bi interested. I
The Scimiific ltrtwrr.
11k. rjii7.R :- A person vrho sitins
Benjamin Leo. b wiiiij occupied nearly a column
iu last Friday's 1 C. Advkbtisek iu giviug his
views ou beer mJ other matters, I hope you
will alk-w me sj-.u-e to make a few comments
Mr. Lee sas, "I am a brewer, and though
not try old j:i t?ars, profess to be so iu ex
perience, having giau m tch study to the scientific
brow hes of my prtjss'ton." The italics are uiiiie.
Further on this gentleman who thus assures us
of his scientific attainments, uses this language:
" English ales have, generally, a specific gravity
of 24 pounds to 2G pounds to "the barrel, and the
lager beer as brewed in America 14 pounds to
IS pounds, i. a barrel being so much heavier
than the same quantity of water ; so where does
the 14 ounces of water to the pint come in."
A gentleman who has given so " much study
to the scientific branches of his profession,''
ought to know that specific gravity is not calcu
lated or stated in pounds or in ounces, but in
per Cfiitiges. The specific gravity of any liquid
(beer included) is the comparative weight of
any given bulk thereof as compared with an
equal bulk of some other liquid which is ac
cepted as a standard ; the standard generally be
ing pure distilled water at a temperature of CO.
When we say that the specific gravity of any
liquid is 1050 for instance, we mean that its
weight bulk for bulk, as compared with the
standard liquid, (geuerally water, ) is as 1030 to
1000. Specific gravity being therefore a com
parative matter, is not dependant on quantity.
The specific gravity of a teaspoonfull of beer is
preciselj- the same as ihat of a gallon or ten
thousand gallons. To speak of the specific grav
ity of a barrel of beer beiug so many pounds is
simply nonsense. Possibly your correspondent
understands all theso matters, and onlr writes
in the manner he does, as a concession to the
ignorance of us outsiders who have not given so
' much study to the scientific branches, etc."
If Mr. Lee's words mean anything ihey prob
ably mean that a barrel of English ale weighs
from 24 to '2( pounds more, and a barrel of
American lager from 14 to 18 pounds more than
a birrt-1 of water of tho same size. Assuming
these figures to be correct they afford us no data
for alisproing Mr. Cruzau's statement about the
composition of a pint of ale, for the simple rea
son that he neither gives tho size of tho barrel
or the actual weight of either the water or the
beer. His proposition fairly stated is this
given two barrels of equal, but unknown size,
containing one water and the other ale, the
weights of both the water and tho ale beinc un
known, it follows that if the barrel of ale weighs
from 21 to 20 pounds more than the barrel of
'water, then a pint of ale cannot consist of 14
ounces of water, a little extract of malt and one
ounce of alcohol," more or less.. I fear your
correspondent's studies in "science" have been
at the expense f his mathematics. If a pint of i
ale does not cousist substantially of tho ingre
dients or in the proportions as stated by Mr.
Cruzau, the proper course for your correspondent
is to tell us what it does consist of and in what
proportions. It is useless for him to stigmatize
Mr. Cruzan's statement as absurd unless he is
prepared to show wherein the absurdity consists.
This ought surely to be an easy tsk to a gentle
man who has given so "much study to tho scien
tific branches ot his profession." By the way,
we are not accustomed in the United States to
speak of beer making as a "profession." To Mr.
.Liee s glowing eulogy on Leer a as beverage, I
have nothing to sav I understand that the
gentleman contemplates starting a brewery in
Honolulu, and it is but natural that he should
like to " puff'' his own wares. "
New Englanders Dying Out-
It will not flatter the native New Englauders
to find themselves compared with the Sandwich
Islanders. But the comparison is made fcy a
New England physician. The two peoples,
according to him, aro alike, however, only in
their tendency to die out. Besides the " strictly
native New Englauders, ' says Dr. Allen, in the
Popular Science Monthly, " there is only one
other people or race where there has been such a
natural decrease in numbers that is, the Sand
It is well known that since their Christiauiza-
tion the people of tho Sandwich Islands have
fallen off rapidly in numbers. The decrease
within fifty years has been two-thirds. Iu 1830,
wheu the first census was taken, tho population
was 130,000. That was ten years after the
American missionaries began their work. Ac
cording to the lust census the total was about
40,000, or less than one-third as many as fifty
years ago. The trouble is that civilization has
carried into the Sandwich Islands diseases in
duced by licentiousness aud intemperance.
which have caused a physical degeneracy in the
people. "The law of propagation has been
violated to such au extent that it threatens the
extinction of the people," says Dr. Allen.
The decrease iu numbers among the strictly
native New Englanders, however, is attributed
by Dr. Allen, who has long made a special study
of the subject, ' some change in phvsical or
ganization." In the last century the colonists
of New England, made up mostly of English
stock, multiplied rapidlv. Their natural in
crease waa so great that they doubled in num
bers in twenty-five 3'ears. "Malthus regarded
them as the best specimens iu this respect of
any people or race, and based upon facts from
this source his great principle of population."
But within the last hundred years a remark
able change has taken place. Carefully kept
records show that the average number of chil
ren to each family has decreased with every j
generation. They commenced with large fam
ilies, averaging eight or nine, but it is now
doubtful whether the average will exceed three
children to a family, scarce enough to keep the ;
original stock good in numbers." And M this
change has occurred in the same places, the
same people, having the samo climate and
plenty of food."
lhe roam cause, says Dr. Allen, is that "the
men are not so strong and vigorous as their
grandfathers and ancestors, and the women have ',
deteriorated physically iu a surprising degree. ;
A majority of them nave a predominance of
nerve tissue, witn weak muscles and digestive
organs. The most marked change in this one
hundred years, in organization, is this loss of
balance or harmony in the organs; and especially :
in women it is far more stnkiug. 1 hey have
been diverging more and more from the normal
standard upon which the law of propagation is
based.'' Only about one-half of tke New Eng- f
land women can properly nurse their offspring, j
and this incapacity for nursing is constantly in-
creasing, lhis Jjr. Allen regards as very sigmn-
cant of some change in organization to which i
the natural decrease is due.
The facts ou which Dr. Allen bases his con
clusions are known to everybody who is familiar
with the present New Englanders of the old
stock. We mean those who are still to be fouud
in the region inhabited by their ancestors the
New Englanders who have remained at home.
Their families are small. They are not physi- i
cally as vigorous as their fathers. The women .
are not symmetrically developed, and their ner
vous organization is apt to be morbid. Of
course, tnere are esceptious, out tuey generally
occur when some other blood has been mixed
with tho native New England.
The best of the New England stock has not re
mained at home. It Las for generations gone
to regions of wider opportunities, where there
was more chance for vigor and enterprise. The
strong men and the handsome women have
emigrated : and while the physical force of
New England has been declining, its intellectual
strength has also fallen off perceptibly and in
evitably. Boston and Massachusetts are not
what they were intellectually a generation ago.
Vigor and courage, originality and power in
literature, have been succeeded by finicism and
dillettanteism, timidity, emasculation, imitation,
aud dread of all spontaneous expression. X. 1"
Laving a mile of railway track involves
carrying and placing in exact position frem
yb4U to ouuu tie.-?, bringing iorwara ana
laving down, exactly the right distances
apart, 32 rails (if of 00 pounds to the yard).
each 30 feet long andweigliing 600 pounds,
or an aggregate of nearly 94.J tons, or
21 1.200 pounds, and fastening the rails to
each other by fish plates and bolts, and to
the ties by four spikes to each tie.
It is said that a beer garden has been
established on the Mount of Olives in the
At the Old Stand, No. 8 Kaahumanu Street,
TIN, COPPER & SHEET IRON WORKEE?,
PLUMBING, in all its branches;
ARTESIAN WELL PIPE, all sizes;
STOVES and RANGES
Uncle Saru, Medallion, Richmond. Tip Top, Palace, Flora, May, Content, Grand Price. Nnw Rival,
Oper, Derby, Wren. Polly, Gypsy, Queen, Pansy A Army iiangfis. Mana Charta, liuck, Butx rior,
Magnet, Osceola. Aimed. Eclipse, Charter Oak, Nimble. In wood A Laundry Htovra,
Galvanized Iron & Copper Boiler for Range, Grauite Iron Ware, Nickel Plated A Plain,
Galvanized Iron Water Pipe, all sizes, and laid
on at Lowest Hates ; Cast & Lead Soil Pipe.
Mouse Furnishing Goods I
RUBBER HOSE ALL SIZES and GRADES
Lift and Force Pumps, Cistern Tumps, Galvanized Iron, Sheet Copper, fclnrt Lead,
Lead Pipe, Tin Plate. Water Closets, Marble Slabs and Bowls, Ennmeled Wash Stands.
Chandeliers. Lamps. lLanterns
sp 16 If
SaTOli 1,3 I
J. T. WATERHQUSE.
No. 88 tit n vnn
Kingst. King st
District of Honolulu, Oahu, 1882.
TlX CATERS IN THIS DISTIIICT A 11
hereby DoliQcl that the undersigned will
Commence the Collection of Taxes
for the Current Tear at bis office, mules! of the Government
ON MONDAY, NOV. 6th, 1882,
at which date the Tax Books will be open for inspection
And in conlormity with Section 60 i of ths Clril Co le, all iT'
sons lUble to Taxation sre required to nuke payment of the
same to him on or before the 30ln day of November, lnti.
GKH. 11. LI CK,
Tx Collector, Honolulu.
Tax Office, Honolulu, Nov. 2nd, 1882. nn4 Ira
THE CNUKRSIGNKI) llAVK K.MKK KI
into co-Dartoerbiu for the transaction of a Uei.erol Ke-
ail Business st llonmnu, Ksu, Island of Hawaii, under tbe
tnameand style of McKenzie Hood.
j. v. Mckenzie,
A. S. HOOD.
Ilonuapo, September 1, 1SS2. n4 lm
SELLING OFF ! SELLING OFF !
As I am about to move into i
New and Larger Store,
I will offer my present Stock of
Clocks. Watches & Jewelry
COST ! COST ! COST !
This offer holds good for
S Only Thirty Days
Now is the time to get jour
Christmas Goods at Low Figures.
COME ONE !
COME AI.L !
Jcst received por linacon, a connigriiuent of
Biiperior Carriages, TLn-tons and Buggies from tlie
Columbus Buggy Co. Tlie.so Carriages are a nani
pllot connigued direct from tlie manufactory and
coming out per said ship are being sold very low
at Phil. Stein's Carriage Repository.
fX Gents Complete Business Suits, $7.50, at
j-22 tf Chas. J. Fishel's Popclab Stoue.
TO THE LADIES I
. BOMK VERY
FOR LADIES' AM) CHILDREN'S
Taese Hals will be exhibited In ths
Dressmaking Establishment, No. 101
Fort street. tf
COAL, COAL, COAL
TIIK l.MM BSlGi:i IIIVIVG liEKJf AITOIXTED
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
OF THE CEMCBRATEIt
Offer this Coal for 6ale In quantities to Mult Purchasers, at
moderate rates. For I'ljniatlon use, this Coal la bstisr tbas.
any other that come, to tbls Market, giving 10 per rut mors
steam by actual test,
ms'leaif ALI.GX At KOIilNSON.
THE COLONNADE !
1IIAVKTIIK PI-KASURKOr" ANNOUNO
lug that I havs opened
No. 7 i?l:iiiii:iltc:i Street,
Nenr the Fish Market, and am prepared to furnish ft
F I R S T -CLASS
Din n or,
To alt who favor me with a call, as I Intend lbs
BILL OF FAEE
Of the COLONNADE to Inrluds all that the Market
I am my own CJiieT Cook
And cm puaranlee that (hone who Rive me a call Will
be satisfied wiih the food and service.
Board, $4 50 per Week; Single Meals. 25ct
A1.WAY8 ON HAND
r o i" o ii loo.
WILLIAM II. MASON,
Late Chitf Co.. at - Tin Old Corner."
I l'N. rXlllllJIM IHOliV
0. 70 mill STK KRT, lliOL.UL,U
ll IMPOKfhK AM 1I A Lfc-H. IX
Sewing Machines & Genuine Parts
Attachments, Oil and Accessories.
A O K N T Jf OH T II IC
While, JVu Home, Uavi. Crtu-n.
Howe and Florence Machinei,
Howard Mtckint Needles, all tvCu if tlses
Cortical li Silk, in all rlr
Clark's Mite End Mac kin Csttsn
Agent for Madame beninreoi's KelUhle Cot Paper Patterns
aod I'unliraf umi.
Dealer in Kifl.-a. Pistols. Guns ami Snnrtln nuwt.
Powder, Cups snd Metallic Cart rid AUo.
Kerosene Stoves in all aizea.
IT" Mr Flock of Pines, Cigar Holders, Tuoacoo. tts .. sU
be sold at COST PRICKS. ,p2a ly-
i " inrcriamc navinif neon secured,
all jobi entrusted to me will be tiroinutlv anJ aaiuf4i
Notice to Travellers!
XVTR. H. p, WOOD
HAS BERN APPOINTED ACSNT AT
IYIAHUK0NA and K0HALA
S. F, k HOMlll TRAXSFER ffl.
OFFICF. AT DR. WIGHT'S STORK.
S Baggage landed from the Steamer
and Delivered as per Address:
S. F. & HONOLULU TRANSFER CO.
CT7" Gent Complete Business Suits, $7.50 ut
Chas. J. Fihhel'k Popclab Stobe. jy22 tf
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