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Mn.'J'OBEI'II BTUAltT ii authorized
,to collect till accounts due Tn
Dai&y Bui.tiKTiK, ou and alter tills diite,
whose rceclpWfo.r lite "nine -vylll bo suffi
cient. Daily Uum.ktix Office,
Honolulu, Feb. lOlh, 1891.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1883.
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TIJ,IS DAY'S DOINGS.
, . EVENING.
Oalm Lodge. No. 1 K. of 1. 7:110.
, Bethel Prayer Electing, at 7:110.
Foit St. Church, Prayer Meeting
at 7 :.'J0.
yt. AiuliewM Cathedral, usual
ncrvlces, at 7 :!)().
Much money might be saved to
the government and much inconveni
ence and annoyance to the people
by n little timely attention to road
repairs. Wc say, timely attention,
because the custom of this country
is, to, make u road and then leave it
untouched until it becomes thor
oughly unfit for traffic. 'Vhc lcsnlts
arc, grumbling and a hcarj outlay
for repaiis. Timely attention would
entirely avert tile former mid greatly
reduce the lnttcr; for it is .immense
ly moic satisfactory to the people
and less costly to the government to
keep a road constantly in repair
than to restore it to a proper condi
tion after long neglect. In road
matters, as well as in wealing ap
parel, "a stitch in time saves nine."
Those who have had the good for
tune in other lands to visit a first
class costumier's establishment will
remember the display of art in all its
forms which met the eye in walkiug
through the suites of rooms. It
seems indispensable to the artistic
designer and creator of costumes
that he or she should be constantly
surrounded by all that is lovely in
the way of decorations, and it is
noting on this principle that Messrs.
Killers & Co. have spent upwards of
4,000 on erecting and decorating
their dress-making rooms. The'
latest novelties in embroidered and
lace hangings, fringes, lep curtains,
baldacchins, cover the walls and
carpet the floor ; the most elegantly
upholstered furniture is distributed
throughout the rooms ; and a judici
ous use' of plate glass mirrors adds
lightness and effect to the salons.
Everything is arranged in true
Messrs. Killers & Co., too, have
been thoughtful enough to provide,
in addition to the reception and fit
ting rooms, retiring rooms for ladies
to arrange their toilet without the
necessity of going home, every con
On the stair-ense leading to the
rooms arc displayed the latest
novelties in cretonnes, and the plain
and l'ompadonr" sateens which are
now so much used in contrasting
costumes. ' '
Wc advise our lady renders and
friends to blep in for a few minutes,
if only to enjoy the luxury of a loll
in the easy chairs while listening to;
the pleasant conversation of Mrs.
K. G. Small, the supeiiutcndent,
or Miss Jones, the exquisite cutter.
We warn them, however, that they.
will want to go again.
consti uctcd so that in the openings
that communicate with each cylinder
are placed valve-seats, lilted for the
reception of the nmc' tdylo of valves
as in the induction passage.
The check-valve in the neck of
each chamber, allows a small quanti
ty of air to enter above, the, water, to
prevent the steam from agitating it
on its Hist entrance, and thus forms
an air piston for pi eventing conden
sation. When thcuater has been displaced
by the steam which follows the water
through the opening to the discharge
chamber, it will suddenly condense
by passing under the water, and the
vacuum thereby formed will cause
the steam ball to change, shut off the
steanij and transmit the pressure to
the opposite cylinder, and at the
same time induce the water to fill the
chamber in place of the condensed
Thus will they alternate, keeping
up very nearly a continuous stream,
as long, as there is steam supplied
and water to be pumped.
It will therefore be observed that
the New Tulsoinetcr, containing as
it does no mechanical element to
absorb power, and possessing the
advantage of the force of the vacuum
in the chamber.-? alternately to laise
the water without the expense of
power, its economy must be apparent
It is claimed that it w ill raise from
25 to 75 per cent, of mud, etc., along
with the water.
consists 'piincipally of
two bottle-shaped cham
bers, joined together
side by side, with taper
ing necks bent tow aids
each other, to which is
attached, by means of a
flange joint, u continuous passage
from each cylinder leading to one
common upright passage, into which
a binall ball is fitted so as to oscillate
with a slight rolling motion between
Heats formed in the junction.
These chambers also connect by
are so formed that
with a veiticiil
the valves, con
an immenso cistern in the back-yard)
dug as low as the rise of the tide.
But, owing to the large roof area,
lilis was not sullloltnt to carry off.
the suiplus water in wet weather. It
ovetfloncd and filled the yard. Now
the ed'wer will bo rcgulaily. flushed,
.so as to entry off everything.
By the Amy Turner we sec thnt
no less than 31 bales of cotton duck
containing 10,'J'J3 yards, were im
pel ted for the Chamberlain. Also
1 case piiuts and I case escutcheons.
Wc would like to know what on
earth is going to be done with that
quantity of duck! If we allowvthat
two suits of it, each measuring 8
yards, arc given every year to each
soldier and volunteer in the King
dom, probably 200 altogether, there
is enough for 0 ycais' supply.
WhakVi8tho,neccssity of getting so
much at once vhcn wc have whole
sale and retail merchants who could
supply it at any time, and whose
taxes help to pay 'for it?
The s.s. Abergcldio is due about
thelstofMav with the Portuguese '
immigrants on boaul.
The baik Kalakaua
bills lime, 301 bales hay, 320 bags'
flour etc., 3,4(iG pkgs drugs, -gro-1
ccries, etc, GOO sacks flour etc, .107
cases green apples etc, 11,000 bricks,
50 hogs, fiOO bdls shingles, 7 Iron
Safes gen mdse 24 pkgs. ,
TheChns. Hanson brouglit44.") bbls
lime, 222 bales Hay, 39 cases lini
ments etc, 74 sacks oats and bian,
1,204 bdls shingles, 1,000 posts, GG
stoves, and 34 bricks. ,
The Haleakala brought l,G0O bags
sugar; the Mile Morris 110 bags
and 100 kgs sugar, and 20 bbls
molasses ; the Gen. Hegel 300 bags
LOCAL &, GENERAL ITEMS.
Tuv.itE arc now 21G lepers at Ka
kaako. Some of these will be scut
to Molokai the fust oppoitumty.
Am. letters maikcd " pei Maria
Smith" "w ill be forwarded if
posted befoic 9 o'clock this morn
ing. She leaves for San Francisco.
Amoni: who is desirous of seeing
a picture of the K. M. S. Scrviii,
about which we wrote a few days
ago, can do so by stepping into J.
W. Robeitson & Co.'s.
"WEST MAUI CORRESPONDENCE.
(Kium Our Own Corrcfpoiulcnl.)
The Chinaman who was arrested
last week for dealing in liquors
illegally is again at liberty. The
case seemed stiong against him, but
he escaped through the legal loop
hole of a mistake in the wording of
The rains have departed fiom this
region, and dry windy weather prevails.
From Our Own CiiriuspoiKlonl.
John Halliday, keeper of a billiard
saloon in this distiict, has been
charged with selling whiskey without
a license, and remanded to Ililo .for
Two kanakas upset their boat at
Honokaa, but were picked up by
the schooner Kauikcaouli's boat.
Result: a wet skin and the Honokaa
.Society's leather uiedal for Captain
Sam, (this has not yet been pre
sented.) Plenty of warm weather, which
brings out some of the old lepers to
sun themselves. People think that
a few might'be sent to Honolulu.
He had a very rubicund face, sug
gestive of a dissipated life. As he
was walking up the street, a gentle
man remarked : "That fellow is so
highly colored that he reminds me
of a .chromo." "He reminds me
more of an engraving than a chromo"
rcmaikcd a bystander. "How so?"
"Well, you see, an engraving always
has a glass in front of it, and a
In this'cilv, Mnrch SUlli, 1333, at the
bride's, lesldence, by J. A. Crunn, Min.
liter, Mis Miny Sinclair nnd Jnmes
Sulhcihiiid, both of Honolulu.
rFMIE undersigned requests all partle"
JL indebted to h'.m to pay at the shop
on the Bnyllort-u piemises, at once, as
he intends leaving Honolulu shorllv.
3(H) :- ...t? JAMES HANLON.
"Thk Prayer Meeting: My need
of it, and what can I do to make it
of value to myself and others?" will
be the theme at the mid-week nicct-i'
ing at Fort' street Church to night.
Wi: noticed yesterday a very fine
and life-like portrait, in oils, of Mr.
Spencer,, on exhibition atJ. W.
Itobeitson & Co.'s, It was painted
by Mrs. O. A. Middlcton. As will
be seen in another column orders
can be left at the above store.
Lyons A. Levey have on
a very line collection' of
d. W e .
aiurtlieir scats, cdnslf licted so as to
sustain the valc-, may be easily
inserted. , , ,
The deliveiv passage, which is
... .....-. In Iw.ili i.ll.l.ltlir,,... la All UJ I
VimilllVil IV ww viiiiiuuvu) v
chromos, panels, to suit all tastes,
and a few fine plaques in oil ami
framed in ciimson plush, attract
the eye. Some of the most elegant
single and double wall photo-frames
are also on view. A very line en
graving of a beautiful female he-id,
entitled " A Gipsy Maiden," will at
once chum) tho ,cye. All should
A sr.wMt is now in piocess of con
sti uetiou from the Beaver Block,
along Queen street to Allen, &
lloliinbp'u's'yard, where it will con
nect witli another that runs into tho
sea. It is being made of blick with
an arched roof, and will carry off
the drainage of those buildings to
tho sea. Up to the present tlmo tho
drainage has been provided for by
MBS. 0. A. MIDDLET0N,
Ordcis can be left with J. W. Ron
3IS0 Mil son & Co. lm
ONE or TWO SERVANT GIRLS, or
WOMEN, for House woikand for
Minding Chlldicn, Apply nt
351) lw No. li behool street.
A PAIR of PUREBRED LINNETS.
Tin: BirujiriN Oitick.
""olA-ife 4 WOOD,
' 98' per Load,
rBear ol Luino'a Feed Wuichoii&c,
aJiUlw at Rout Hliop.
npiIE muluifclgiiul give notice Hint
X thuy luivo obtained a Patent for mi
improved tuiimcu for the Consumption
of tin-en Tiuxli, dlieutly tiom the mill,
and oilier wet luel, by mums of intio
duuitig a cm rent of hot air into the fur.
mice, tluougli hoj.nir nunicd.
This I'nleiil Id IiuhciI upon a Caveat
filed in the Interior Bupuitment, Oc-t.
liOth, 1882, mid is Miperlorto all patents
hfeited after said date.
All persons tiro wnined against in.
fringing this Patent; suit will bo
biouglit ngnin-jt any perbou ho doing.
Full parlieiilius may be obtained of the
undeibigned, or of W. G. Irwin & Co ,
Agents. P, N. MAICEE,
850 lm 8. HARRISON.
HAH OPENED AN' OFFICE at W.
Fl'iuiell's Harness shop, No, ,03
Bill Collected and Book Accounts
Attended to. Orders respectfully solicit-'
ed uiul iiomplly aUomk'uVlo,' U09 lm
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Howe' Stnntlnrrt Scnlc, endorsed by tho United Slutos
J Government. Scales for all purposes. Dormant
WmclioUbu Scales, &c, &c.r , , .
A now and carefully selected nssoitmcnl of
Olmi'iUoliorw, HjiimpN, nmli ukiiicmiw.
Can Inge Lumps of most approved Aineilcan patterns.
tflows ami Agricultural Impl'onts
The huge-it Miiietyto bo found
' on the lMiuuls.
GLOBULAR' & STREET LAfPS,
VHITE LEAD & PAINTS.
Something for Everybody new discovery,
.The Magucso-Oalcite Fire Proof Safe's,
Jewel Cases and Bond Casc.
At n'test of the 'lite proof tmaHtVei of the Mngncso-Cnlcltc, held on the annd-lot
near the City Hull, Sun Frnnehco, Nov 27tlt; apllo of nbotit a"cbrd of'tiUchpTne'"
wood wn-i jirepareu, ahd five gi'iltons of tur poured over it. A small, Iron chest, with
a 1?4 Inch lining of Mngiicso-cnlcltc was placed In tlto centre 6f the plle'nnd 'tho
mas bet lire to. After the chcH had been kept at a red heat for an hoiir, It'was
taken from the lire, cooled with water, and opened, nnd the contents", consisting of
pnpcis antl clrpulnr-s weie found in a perfect Mate of preservation, being, not nf all
ilNeoloicd, only sliijlitly warm, and having n trilling smell of smoke.
Wc, the undersigned, were present at the above test, nnd saw the box opened,
and c,ccitlfy to the perfect preservation of its contents. The entire test was per
fectly Mitisfnctory to us. 11. L. Dodoe, (of Dodge, Sweeney & Co.); C. lis Latok,
and others. i ,'.
A public test ol the quality ol theso goods will bo made al an oarly dato.
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
Between the Hawaiian Islands and the United States, and
between the H.iw.ilinn glands nnd
.r. JS. WISEMAN, .
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Office, 27 Merchant stiect, Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Real Estate Broker tn UiclCingdom '' ' '
Land and properly for stile in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands. , ,
Houses to lease ami rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu. ' '
YO"tT OAJST dBXJTLT .'
V . 1
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMER :& TEACHER'S
3Vev Di'ng Store,
THAN'ANY' OTHER6TORE IN TOWN. r ''
l i.j .c
US' IF-Y0U DON'T BELIEVE IT, JUSTTEY IT.'"
H. J. AGNEW
Begs to jnporm his friends and the Public Generally, that
he has made complete arrangements for ' '
Constant Supply of Hay, Oats, Bran, &c.,
r I lt ,
Ortlitj Very BchI Quality, i " ' i-
Vhieh he will oiler for sale nt the Lowest Possible Rates, ,
From the I st of next month.
All ordci s will meet w ith prompt attention, nnd - ill be filled with dispatch. 349
HAS REMOVED his Office and Rei.
denee to the
Cor. ofltit-liardH anil Berctaula Mti.
Oki-jck Hounh H to 10 a.m.; 1 to U ,
351 p m. : :!)0 to 7 tiiO p.m. 3m
To be lound at O. H. Robertson's
olllce, Queen Mi eet. 331
Asbestos Steam Packing!'
For'covcrlng Uoilorn and'
A Fresh Lot Just Received, .
And for Sale In lots to Mill by
3 17 lm Theo. II, Daviett A Co.
Kotlee, , i
rpilE uudcraigucd has sold hl entire
JL business establishment nt Nos.'IO.j
nnd 107 Fort sticet, to Lycak & Joiix.
son, who will collect all bill duo him,
mid nlso pay nil claim aguhiHt the lute
piopiietor, Tlinnkiug the public; for the
pubt libeuil putronage, I would bepe.ik
for my suceesnorri a continuance of tho
snino. GEO. F. WELLS,
March 17th, 1883. 355 lw
rpHE undersigned luivo this day enter.
JL ed into a Co-piiitacrslilp under tho
linn title of Lycak & Joiixhon, nnd hnv.
lug jmielui'-al tho ct-iblisltmi-ul of
George F. AVells, Nos. 105 and 107 Foil
strict, liic iissumeU nil hlllubiljtles
mid will collect his luc4nud continue to
supply Uio publlo with the sniuo lino of
goods carried by tio Into piopiietor. AVo
would rospoet fully solicit a conliiiiiaaco
of tho same KcaoioiiB putrqniigu which
wns received by our iireilcceisor.
1 Ebwaiid LycXn. V
- VAm.9 uiiiiamw, I
March 17lt, 1683. UM.lw
THE LARGEST AND MOST COM.
Tho lln eit Horses to be founl in any
idrayago business'in the city. ,
Hero is a chance for an active and ac
commodating young man that has
a little capital to invent and
make a good living.
This olfer Is open for two week's.
For terms and paitlculars apply to
ii. II. ROBEUTSOX,
At Brewer & Co's.
Honolulu, March 14th, 1883. 318 Sw
THE OLD CORNER
Haut Bhos., : : Proprietors.
WEALS , ,;
Si'nqd up In llrst-class style at all hours
Open from 2 a, m. to 10 p. m. , , ,
Always on hand 1
Cig, TotacoQ, Pipes
&c.,''&o. 'Also, . .i i-tatv
Iced Xtoiuka! iU,
n .t, ;"
jr tUt iJi. i gnt.toMi
.Ml lldl.ffljW i.
. ,..w .jl ,-y.t ,. . I,. JM, .S. i-j-iUllMa.