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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, MARCH 24, 18S3.
IT K. MII.KM .'! C. It. MII.KN. fdV.-TI.
Tl'TE 1UE KlilM of MII.1 ll.f .1 II 1 I.S,
Iirnf Itimtne.s In M- id th I i-tri. t c f K..haU.
wait : irh b-m an e'jusl art-.tr in nil cinrk ownf'l ly
or controlled l.jr the sai.l i irru in tii. K :ifin.
Kohai.4. Haw an. March l'j. nr in 7 alt.
Notice of Incorporation
VOTICK is ii t-.itv ;ivf: that
AT A MI :l.TIN MKI.ii I. HiiMU.I I.C ON TJIK
4th dav of Jlan b. A. U. lv, of sub..- riln is . th htock
cf the Kei,,rx ity Somr n,uy. it a voted toa.-. M
C barter of ln-orj.orati':i. aniN l t:.-ui ana tli-ir M
ociatra by the MlmntiT of Ik li.tf r;..r bv oti.J witU tlie
consent of tbeKinin IT: vy uuricii. nti.le'r tU rcrrrate
bam ao.l tyl of the It rripr,rity . r -B7.oo
th Tth day of I rl.ruarv, 1--. J. an-l tliatttie-.r-poratton
under the sai.l (,'lnftir t li.-rmr-.u or;aui7.e,l it
aelf an J elected the fullo log cOii rts :
John K- Hash I'rei.lent.
W. . :omrmns.......Vi.r-I'r:.il-iitanJ Manager
V; Uk,n"-- - . S r. tary.
IL Marfarlane .Treasurer.
C. P. Uus.a. ...u.lit-.r.
John K. liuxh. W. II. ururimi-,, J. IiayseMrn. C. I..
Hopkins, T. J. McCroMon....Iioard of Itire. tori.
Notice ia further given that pursuant to th- terms of
ai.l I barter. r.o St. kboMer ahall loilivnlually be liaUe
fr tbedebiaof the rjrj-rali.m beyond I be amount hi h
hall be da noon the share or share hi Id or owned t y
blir.aelf. C. L. Uol K ISH, Serrnary.
Honolulu. Mar. h 6, ISfil. mrhlo wit.
riMIK fNDKRSICXEl) IIAVIX; 1F.KN
1 Duly (,, in trd Aduiintxtrator of ih- tatate of
CUVXti PAL . dKfta-ied, and Kuar.iim of hit adoptel
child, ail prnuM having rlatra.4 a?:iint nai l ltate are
hereby notified to preaent the rame vilhr.at ilelar, ami
within aix month after the date hereof or they w'iii
forever barred ; and all peraona indebud to raid KHtate
to make immediate payment.
AilmlnUtratorof the Katate of Chang Pau derra.t-d.
iioaoLTLr, March 14, 1-saJ. m hlU dklm.
To the Ladies of Honolulu.
FTER J A M'A RT 1al.83, MISS ANNIE
-I MOVLK, a Cradaate of the Decorative Art Society o
CaliioruU, will be prepared to
Give Lessons in
Kensington Embroidery !
At 137 Frt Street.
Notice of Incorporation.
TOTICE IS II CRKBl' CIVKX THAT.
J. at rueetlor held in Ilonolula on the 1'Jth day of
i tbnajr. IsU. of ealMKTiber to the etork of the Inter.
Island Steam Navigation Company (Ijmitnl) it waa Toted
to accept Charter ot Incorporation pranted to them and
their aaaociate by the Minister of the Interior, by and
with the consent of the King la Privy Council, undr the
corporate same and atyle ot the
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Company,
on the Tth day of February, lri&l, and that the corpora
tion under aaid Charter thereupon ortnized itself and
elected the following officers: T. It. loster. President;
W. B. Godfrey. Vice President; J. Km, Jr.. Secretary;
William Foster. Treasurer; Ci. X. Wilcox, Auditor.
Notice Is farther given that, pursuant to the terms of
aid Charter, do stockholder ahall individually be liable
for the debts of the Corporation beyond the amount
which shall be due upon the ahare or snare held or
owned by himself. J. tNA, Jr., Secretary.
fjpiIE PKOPRIETOR UK TIIK
rJiulii Sugar Mill.
Believing that there la
On the line of the
DISTRICT OP KOHALA,
That can be profitably
PLANTED IN CANE.
Ia prepared to receive
For having Cane to grown
Ground at his Mill.
c. r. HART,
Proprietor Niulii Sugar Mill.
Kehala. Hawaii. Dee. 9tb. 182. jaMAwSm
g. w. mmm & co.
OFFER FOR HALE
Tho following Merchandise just
AND TO ARRIVE PER STEAMER
NOW Fl'LLY DIE:
Cafli, 6, 7, 8 and 9 feet, best English Corru
gated Roofing, Galvanized Kidging fur
Bbla. Beat English Portland Cement.
Bdle beet Annealed Fencing "Wire, Nos. 4, 5
and 5. m
BJId. best English Galvanized Fencing Wire,
Nos. 5 and C.
Coilo Galvanized Wire Kope, all sizes.
Bales Genuine Twilled, Elue-etrired
Sugar Sags !
(Of which there ia a number of worthier!
imitations in the market). We are the Original
Importers and SOLE AGENTS or these Cele
brated B.tj!f and the great demand for them
from the Planters has induced some manufac
turers and their agents to get up a cheap imita
tion of them.
A Fine Assortment of Crockery
A Splendid lot of English and French Groceries,
(particulars will be given on arrival of the
Steamship llansa." Also,
A Small Invoice of beautiful Irish Linen Damapk,
Sheeting", and Cambric Handkerchiefs",
direct from Belfast, Ireland.
A small Invoice of Choice WATER COLORS,
bj Celebrated Artists.
Also, to arrive bj Vessel now Loading at
A Cast-iron Vacuum Pan,
C feet in diara. bj 7 feet deep.
1 Vacuum Pumping Engine, 14-inch Cvlinder
and 12-incb stroke.
3 Wrought-Iron Tanks, each 1,000 gallons
1 Wrought-Iron Chimney, C5 feet high, 37
inch, diam., J-inch thick.
1 Multitubular Boiler, 10 feet long, 6 feet in
diameter, with furnace, front doors, etc.,
4 30-inch Weston's Patent Self-balancing Sus
pended Sugar-Curing Centrifugal Machines,
with the requisite Independent Iron
Framing, Wrought-Iron Sugar Miser of
2,000 gallons capacity, with Stirrer,
Driving Gear, etc.
A Hili-Pressnre Diagonal Steam Eniii3,
9-inch Cylinder, IS-inch stroke, with Gov
ernor, Fly-wheel and Belting for driving
2 Wrought-Iron EVAPORATOR.
4 500-Galion STEAM CLARIFIERS.
i h'.f i-.j'i 1.1. a . ':;- (:'. r. .t rl ut ili.(!i( 't
r.o .h- iT-fciii r: r 4 -ii.it an 1 r.ulrtli'-n, ar.J -y a
!. t :.f i'- i; 'f I I.i.c f .. r w of ve.t--i.-c:-l
fr.r ; i. Mr I i,. h.. " i'-l .;r l.r. . ,-l t.J I- .Ci a
f- ;i.-i-'v-ll i.-.r.-: t-eK-ff-,.- wh ch u.y v-. u m.ri, h-ry
A -'7 4 n.i... I: i l.y !i j -j. I ci'u u f f -ur'i an r .f
It I t?.l 4 C'.t.t t'J'M'i ff;A' iT 1 Ji.Ly U:il Up Qbtl
.r 'i ii .u.-'i t r-.: rriri Tcri. y f iiiiHr. Ijuf.'lr'!
.f r.iUI i f!si'-f -r ..i-il u r-i'!y t attark
li r-T- r ili"fr i a w-k i'-ni. VVe my ecjfr many a
f.iv -.fi r k-i'.( .jri-l- o.l f. rl.fl'J wi h f ur? r.l...!
-i I i-r-.fTiy n'iuri-h-d frfTi-' an clc in iLe Cit
Male aimp'y with y..t. w v. r ..r u Ik
S'.Ul only ia pckrt. lilvri, -1 :
JAMESEPPS & CO.,
EPI S'S CHOI OI.ATE ESSHycE. Jor Afttmoon
L. P. FISHER,
l V KIITISI f; AKKXT. 21 MERCHANTS
r.XC'IIANK. Franri-o, California, is au'.li.riiej
receive alvertivmefita (.r the oumrn of this paf-r.
I. P. FXSEJCEXt.'
Ruai! go and 21. Mrrrhatit' l'.x hanc,
Cahiornia Strert. S'an FruicUcn,
."5T.V. B. Advertislns Solicited" Tar all ws
paprr rubll.-htd on the PatiGr ( ;. the Saoduith
llaod, Polynesia, 2Ietlrno Tort-. ?.tii;int;i, lal-in.
ralso, Japan, China, cf Zealand, thr Australian
Colonies, the Eastern States and Knrope. f iles of
nearly every enspaper PnblNlitd on the Farlfit
Coast are kept Constantly on Hand, and all adver
tisers are allowed free areess to them dor In' busi
ness Hours. The P1C1IIC (OMUFBCIIL tDVKB
TISEB Is kept on file at the Offi.-e of L. FISIIEB.
JOHN FOWLER & CO.
VKK PKKIMKKD TO VV R Msill I'l.lX"
and Etinate f.r Steel Portable Tramway, with or
without cars or locomotive,, specially s.l L.r hug.r
CUntaiiorx. tVrinnnt llaila'ay, with l'comitivi-4 n I rnrs.
Traction iMifine, and Road Locomotives, So-Min riouzhinr
and Cultivalinc Machinery, PortaMe leam Crik;iiit- fur all
purpost-s, V iodine; Engines for Inclines.
t'atalo;o-i, with illaalrations. Mo.lels and l'hitvrihs ef
the alxive Plant and Machinery may be sern at the offices ol
W. I.. ;UEF:N and
O. W. MACKAKLANE 4 CO..
aue20tf Asenls fcr John Fowler Co.
Beale and Howard Streets,
HAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
W. II. TAT LOB, - - - President,
JOS. JIOORE, ... Superintendent,
IN ALL ITS URANCIir.S
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
High Pressure or Compound.
STK4M VESSELS or all kin.ls, huilt complete with
11 all of Wood, Iron or Composite.
ORDINARY KNG INKS compounded wh n advisable.
STKAI LAUNCHES, ISartres and Steam Tubs con
structed with rrftrence to the Trade in wl.ich they are to
beempVoyd. Speed, tonnage and draft of water guaran
Hf ,2 A R MILLS ANI Sl'Ctlt MAKING
M AC II I N KKV made after the most approved plans.
Also, all B' iler Iron Work connected thi-rewith.
'iVITKK I'lHK.of Boiler or Sheet Iron, of any size.
made in suitable lcn(ih for connecting topether, or Sheets
Rolled, Punched, and Packed for Shipment, ready to be
veted on the ground.
Iiri)RAi:i.lC 111 VET IN G. Boiler Work and W
ter Pipe made by this Establishment, Riveted by Hy
draulic Riveting SUchinery. that quality of work being
far superior to hand work,
mil p XV IIP W . ifShiii and Sleam CsnrtHn;!. Steam Winch
es. Air and Circulating Punipi, made after the most ap
AGENTS lor Worthington Duplex Steam Pump.
I CM I'S. Direct Acting Pumps, for Irrigation or City Wa
ter Works' purposes, buill with the celebrated Davy Valve
Motion, superior to any other pump. uzi si ti
TRADE MUM k EXPOHTEI
3T n. ODUCE
Markets Review & General Prices Current !
Published Monthly, and in Enslish. Indispensable
for Purchasers of Continental fioods; gives Whole
sale Prices, and Li.nconnt allowed, of
Wines, Brandies, Preserved Provisions, Fancy Good.
Millinery,. Ures Materials. UU", Porcelain.
Plated Ware. Watches, Clocks. Real & Imitation Jeaeiry
tVol and Shoes. Pertumery. Toys. Oleosraphs,
Photoeraphic and Printiiie Matt rials.
Scientific and Musical Instrument.-, I)ru;s. Chemicals,
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Stationery, Sweets,
Silks. Varnishes. Paints, Pr-r Hangings, etc , Kic.
M so Price Current of ProTuce. Market Reports, Notices on
Industrial Novelities, Trade Intelligence, etc
ANNUAL srHSCRllTlONS 5s for Postal L'nicn, and Cs
for other Countries.
Money orders payable to UEOK'JK WATKIIS on Paris or Ijn-
dtn, or the equivalent in any local currency or postage
ErCNI'AIO LETTERS REKfSKI). a
Address t The FRKNCU TKAUE JOURNAL Ac REPORTER
oc9 ly 14. Ruede Chabrol, Paris, France
COAL, COAL. COAL
THE I.DF.KSIGEl IIIVI 15EE APPOIXTEl)
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
OF THE CELLBRATED
Offer this Col f.-r Sale in quantities to Suit Purchasers, at
moderate rat-s. For Plsntation u-, this Coal it heller th in
any other that coajrs to Ibis Market, elvni? Ivl per rent more
steam by actusl tet.
madertf ALLEN i. RORINSON.
PORTABLE OR PERMANENT
Tit nil M ay s .
1.-1 Ft. LENGTHS. 14 lb. HER V.tRt)
3 For sale to arrive per Iiuke cf Anercorn from
Liverpool. Apply to
W. L. OR KEN. or
O. W. MACFARLANE Co.
uoZS tf A(-nts fur John Fowler & Co.
IJTI1RV OR. RICORD'S FRENCH R E-
1 8T0RATIVE 11 LLS. A specirtc for exhausted
vitality, impotence, physical debility, wasted lorces.etc. Ap
proved by the Academy of Medicine of Paris and by the medi
cal celebrities of the woild Agents for California and the
Pacific States, J. O. STEF.Li: t CO., 635 Market Street
(Palace Hotel) San Francisco, Cat. Pent by mail or express
sealed from observation. Box ol fifty, $1 50; of 100. t- 5;
of 200, $5 of 400, $5. SEN U FOR CIRCULAR.
Tliree of tlie Above
PIEE PROOF SAFES
flfavc Avitliin the Iz&st
Attempts of Burglars
Vet to Iiave absolute
security atlvisc mir.ies
OLD SAFES TAKEN IN
For Prices, C'uls, Ktc,
GENERAL AGENT. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
'Ml: l'M)KKSIRF.I) HAVING BKKV
1 appointed by the Hon. Abr Fornamler, in Chambers,
Troestee an. I A Jminisfatnr of the Estate of the lata John Mil
ler of Makawao. I-Unl of Maai. herehy notifies all parties in
debted to skill slate to make immediate pat merit t o the un
dersigned: all parties having property in their charge belonp
inc U said ette. are requested to notifv the administrator ol
the satce without deiajr. All partit a having claims against
said estate are req jested to present the same duly authentica
ted to the undersgned within sit months, or thev will be for
ever barred. W. F. MOSsM A.N,
Trustee and Aduiii'Utratnr Estate cf Johu Miller, decea-ed
Makawao, Slept . .6th, ls-,2. ocT 6m
EW PAINT SHOP
0. IJ8. FORT STKKKT. OPPOSITK
THE EXTKIIPRISE .MII.I..
'IMIR L'NDEKSIGNF.I) KEGS TO INFORM
1 the public that he has
Opened for Himself a Paint Shop
at the above addresn, where he will always he f und
I and prepared to do work in Ins line at reasonable
; House Painting,
ATTENDED TO AT SHOUT XOTIC'K.
XT Work done by the Day or by the Job
mar 11 6m J. NAONE.
rr.oM .rn dws ri.r.?.:;.-Pi ntent. 1
London, Ftbru.try 20. 1883.
Durir t!:c rcccft debate on the IJuJet in tie
I'.irliamf M uT the (lennari Kuij irc; tlie Mibject ol
I'.c Certain Finir.iti on t t!ie Iliwuiiati I-!and
cini!? uj- f r .iij-cfi 'ii. In oor.iJ--T!i'.i-.n of il.e
l n; t ,,rt -i: re 'if tlii tu.tttcr Lr H.iw.sii.m rcuJer?,
I h.iH' 1 m.; ! it verb;i:uii tf-Ttul tl.e ffoceeJ
tn f ir the I'. C. Aivi:rtiskr.
Wi i :, li e t!-:i;u.it.' fjr t':.e I:ii!ri.il Cmmi!
i .rivr n! K;ui;ntii.n e.r.;, up fur J. !iU. I)r.
Friciric i K.-ij : ; Ti'-J :?:-. k ! i!i is :
I uri;i l i t j i-.irr t i v-f-1 1? wi''i iertu.in
laborers law : i : .1 1 1 - . r l:.'-...'ti ( . . r II . n ilulu,
there to bo e.tij 'vui u t fie m::it-j laiii.itioi.s of
a Cuwt'unv. liiii i. ;i labor tit for coolies, but
n A for Cljrunn laborers. Even tlie eo lies die
within eiht years, at the latest, in tl;ese shade
les .lan,s. il.e laborers who are contracted to
work 10 to 12 hour daily, are there entirely de
prived of liberty and free will, they have uo ro
teetor and no assistance, if they fall out with the
plantation-owners. They lend a life like claves,
particularly as there are two crops annually in
thoec trof ie islands. Uy this esf.urt of Herman
laborers the crtdit and reputation uf our Nation
must suffer severely. I call upon the Commis
sioner to prevent this emigration henceforth !"
Herr Ilaecnclever, one of the social-demueratic
members: " According to the prospectus the
conditions of emigration to Honolulu are favor
able ; in fact, they are si only for the agents, but
the emigrants are there placed in a miserable po
sition. Formerly the Portuguese laborers in
Hawaii received ten dollars per month and ail
found ; then Chinamen were imjiorted at 3, but
this was Kill e on.-ideic l too much by the planters,
and now they enlisted Germans and Scandina
vians at with an uninterrupted working time
of eleven hours daily, at SO to 'JO devices Fahren
heit. This naturally completely ruins the p.-oplo
in a short time, making 'hem quite unfit to ac
cept another engagement after the expiration of
their contract, lour .years, on account of enerva
tion. The law is seldom put into operation
against the plantation owners in those islands. A
Chinaman ran awny from the overseer, he was
captured and put in chains. When several days
later the government ordcied him to be liberated,
the general indignation of tlie planters was arous
ed against this act of the government. I consider
the great real estate owners, who misled laborers
by false advertisements to emigrate to unhealthy
countries, like the firm of llaekfeld & Co. at
Uremen, as much more dangerous than the tiuiall
agents in the Country. These pcoiile should not
be spared, and the Imperial Commissioner should
have taken stes to obtain information on this
subject, before this matter comes up in the House.
In conscquenne of several warnings published in
the papers H iekfcM tt Co. have published a replv,
which only confirms the worst accusations ; for
they admit that the laborer receives 15 to 20
marks per week, and nothing found, and for this
no one would go to Honolulu, especially as the
cost of living there is very high. They also say
that in their defense, that the laborers are iree to
go to California, if they were not satisfied in Ha
waii, thereby admitting that their condition in
the islands cannot ho very brilliant. These ure
the evil consequences of the endeavor to obtain
Herr Meyer, ol I'remcn, then come to the res
cue : The emigration to the Hawaiian Islands
rests on honorable conditions. I am well ac
quainted with Messrs. llaekfeld & Co., who have
engaged 177 laborers for Hawaii, and know them
to be very respectable gentlemen. This is al
ready proved by their contract with tho emi
grants, which is correct in every respect. The
laborers are guaranteed free lodgings, good food,
a little land, and enough wages to enable them to
lay up savings if they are frugal and industrious.
Especially lor those emigrants who possessed
nothing, the conditions arc very favorable. It is
also stipulated by contract that the laborer can
cancel his contract at the expiration of two years,
however, by making up for one half of his pass
age money. The climate of the Hawaiian Islands
is highly salubrious all the year round ; there is
machinery on the plantations for all heavy work.
Messrs. llaekfeld also have railroads on their
plantations, even transportable railways with 12
complete railway trains, by which the entire
transport of sugar is effected, and there are Ger
man schools and teachers, and a German Church.
It is beyond doubt, therefore, that the accusations
made here to-day against German emigration to
Honolulu arc unjust and unmerited."
After a few remarks by Dr. Windthorst, the
leader of the Ultramontane party, who still be
lieved that an investigation by the Government
might be appropriate, the subject was dropped.
The S.S. Abergeldie sailed from CardiQ' on the
Cth inst. for St. Michaels to embark emigrants for
Honolulu. This vessel, however, met with nn
accident to her steering-gear during the night of
the 7th and for a few hours, becoming unmanage
able, her cargo began to shilt,and it was thought
advisable to put back to Plymouth to repair.
She arrived there on the .Sth, and is now on the
point of sailing. Mr. Hoffnung, the Emigration
Commissioner, goes with her as far as St.
.Colonel Macfitrlane and Mr. Francis Spencer,
tho Hawaiian Commissioners, failed :rom Liver
pool by the Scrvia on the 10th inst. for New York
t-n route to Honolulu.
The German steamship Ehrenfcls, Captain
Fisher, belonging to the Hansa S. S. Company of
Bremen, arrived at ISrciuerhaven on the 'Jth in
stant, from Cardiff. This vessel will sail on the 221
inst., direct for Honolulu, with several hundreds
of German laborers on board, engaged by Messrs.
llaekfeld it Co. As the subject of German Emi
gration to the Hawaiian Islands has attracted so
much attention, since the debates in Parliament,
several German journals now publish the terms of
Messrs. Hackfeid's prospectus, under which the
emigrants are contracted. The Frankfort Gazelle,
the most influential paper of Middle-Germany, in
Commenting on them, says: "These are cer
tainly not brilliant conditions, without speaking
of the great sacrifice ol personal liberty which
they involve. And if the Hawaiian climate is really
as salubrious and free ol fevers, as claimed by
Messrs. llaekfeld & Co., we must still advise eveiy
laborer, desirous o emigrating, to deliberate most
seriously, whether it is really of any advantage,
and under these circumstances, to exchange Ger
many for Hawaii." F. 11.
IWST01! If MS!
eT. HOPP & CO.,
M ICIntr J-itreot.
Having1 secured the Services of an
Fr..m l'arid and London, and nveialy frotH S in Fran
Cisco, we are prepared to lnriii-ti l'esigns and Es
timates fir New and Original Stj les of
HIGH CLASS MMTEuII
M'jre sui-ed to the Climate. Elegant and Cheaper than
Vn.erior I mporfsitioiis !
BOUBOIR SETS I
In Stock and loader.
SOUS, LOIX.KS, niAIR mil FOMEKS,
WiHDKOIIFS, DESKS CUIUS, ir., i.r.,
At the LOWEST possible Cash Price".
In every material. Hair. Mo?, Eureka an 1 Straw.
Celebrated NE PLUS ULTRA
And a variety of jther Style-, at the LOW EST po-cd-ble
XT W ind'.w Con. ices and Lambrequins, in New and Ele
Zanl Sale. ( iuo It) J. HOPP 4: Co., No. 7 4 Kings'.reet.
fiVKRM TWO PI V
.ta-i-'V-1 c! ' I-a ti i.r.ilish. Tren h and
Mumv MM.tle.a-, Vr, t,,r.-. 1 -i r.i::U-r i artlcu-
lara.:?r, tL-.f!',.. jMi-iUstf
iIOLLITi:ii it C.).,
Wholesale :inJ Retail Druggists.
II A M HL'IIU-M At; OKI! I It ti
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
IJl ll. DINKS. MKRl'll IXIHsK. I-'I KM-
Mi lure ami Machinery insure,! 'a iiiiBt Fire on the roost
-V. .J.V TCS lilt Asreni f.rthe It.iwuiian IslanJs.
ian 1 SI
(iuini Ai IS K M K I) 1
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Cheat,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sjirains, JJums and
Scalds, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Bars, and all other
Bairn and Aches.
No preparation on earth equals Si. Jacobs Oil us a nafe,
lure, simph nd cheap External Remedy. A trial enlai's
but Ihe Comparatively triflnii: outlay nl 50 Cent . and every
one suffering Willi pain can have a cheap and positive proof
of its claims.
Uirections hi Eleven Language.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEAL
ERS IN MEDICINE.
A. VOGEjLER. & CO.,
Ilnthnire, Md., U. S. A.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
For the Hawaiian islands.
v.. r?i r-l
Ex S S lliinsa nisl lair A rriiula,
From the Coast,
CASES OF THE CELEB, RATED
Blue Grass Kentucky Whisky.
In glass and demijohns, superior to any
brand in this market,
discs Hcruiitac ISourbon Wliisky.
O. F. C. Sour M:trili Wiiieky,
Kentucky Favorite Wliisky,
C;i es Cutter No. 1 Wliisky,
" Cases Hennessey 1 , 2 and 3 Star Brandy,
Riehot Star Pale Braidy.
" Burke's Tliree Star Irish Whisky,
' Burke's Pure Malt Scotch Whisky,
" Lochiel Scotcli Whisky,
Extra Superior Fort Wine,
' Kxtra Superior Sherry Wine,
No. 1 C'lliloinia l'oit,
" Best Brands of Claret,
Best Brand-! of Madeira Wines,
'Kev" Brand Jamaica Bum,
" '(' ilden Fleece"' Jamaica Bum,
Bas-kets Best Stone Ju Gin.
Cases (ireen and Bed Care Gin "Key" Brand
I'. Ilaidmakers & Co's 1'iize Medal G'en
uine Holland Gin,
" Foster's Pale Ale, pts. and qts.
Guinness' XXX Porter, jits and qts,
" St. Louis Larr Beer,
" Pilsener Ijirci- Beer, j's and rt.
" Tcnnant's and Jeffrey's Pale Ale,
" Budweier"s Celebrated Lager Beer qts.
and j ts.
C. Farre's Champagne, qts. and pt.
' "Eclipse" Champagne, q's and .
" Rhine Wine,
" Angelica Wine,
.1 small Invoice of the
Celebrated Mineivd Water
Manufactured expressly for trojiical
All the above :oiilr warranted.
F. T. LEN EH AN & CO.
2T s: S3"
i i ( -rrs?rsNv ,( i i is
At the Old Stand, Ec. 8 Kaahumanu Street,
TIN, GOPPEH & SHEET IRON WORKER,
PLUMBING, in all its branches;
ARTESIAN WEIX PIPE, all sizes;
Uncle Sam. .Mia.iUt iw.-limoii,!. Tij Top, l'ulacc, l'lui.t. May. foulest, (iiun.l I'l ice. Ni-w l'ival,
ir. K.tl.v, Wnn. l.,lly. i'sy. t'tinn. I'.uisy ,V At my ilan;, s. Ma-na (Inula. Bin k, Sii.ri',r,
M.i:,-iict. Osceola. Altii. ila. Kclin.-c, ( liart, r Oak. Niinl lc ln",l A l.ttiindi v SI"M h.
tialvanivd Jrm A I'opptr Boiler for Bailees, tiiani;,' lnm uio. Nickt l Plated l Plain.
Galvanized Iron Water 3?ipe, all sizes, and laid
on at Lowest Hates ; Oast 6c Lead Soil Pipe.
Hons jPiirtiisliiii Groods !
RUBBER HOSE AJLL SIZES and GRADES
Lift aul Fore.' rumps. Cistern Pumps, ('alvauii-d Iron. Short Copprr, Klift I'a,l.
Lead I'ipc. Tin l'iatc. Water Closets, Marhle Slabs and Bowls. J'nuiiieled Wnxh Stands,
BROGUE & SPEAR,
Manufacturing and Importing Jewelers ! !
75 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
E LEAVE TO INFOK.M THE ITHI.IC
lidesr C&o-odLs is Complete.
coxsistim; ix i'aiit of
COLD AND SILVER SETTS.
PINS, RINGS. EAR RINGS,
VEST CHAINS. NECKLACES. SCARF PINS,
SCARF RINGS. SLEEVE DUTTONS.
GOSalS LBIlUES!?. WATCHES
Waltliam sijo ecialty.
Silver Filagree Jewelry,
Tasraanian Shell TTccklaces in all shades cf Color,
Silver Plated Ware. American Clocks.
WE WOII.II U,SO MATE Til I T WE MAM'IMCTl UK A I.I, KINDS OK
olcl. KZuIsui, Shell and other Jewelry !
Watclios li?pniiol lyy Compolont Worlimon.
DIAMONDS SE1 IN THE LATEST STYLES.
A SsMisility IVlsMle an BCeii:! viei of sill kind
I N f.I'DI ; OK
MONOGRArS, MODELS, LOCKKTS, fce.
:. '"',i':US ' l THK (irilKK ISLANDS WIl.Is KECEIVE OI'H I'ltllMIT
A 1 I sT IN 1 I I)
Every Article Guaranteed as represented, or Money Refunded
OEWTS' FlE FOIlNgSlllG GOODS,
m c i ft," ' (fir
Gr. PNG-LING & CO.,
5 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, H. I.
A. i:ts ion thi:
"Superior" tovo Dc'"lerH i11
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2ST tOr "SE?
iars9 Lamps, X.anteriis
7 Sep 10 If A" 7
GKVKK AI.I.V TH.iT TIIKIK STOCK OK
STIC 12 KT,
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rorill I'l.Mlill'IHlX t)r
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i it2C-jzr, v'" "sun or .nal- tu Order.
i. M H nmhnifr n.nttnriurr ri-
Water Pipe and Fittings,
Kole Agenla In th IslauJa for the
Montague ' Ranco
AHSizea 1 Stock. Clrcul.,, ,n4 rrlce, cn ,