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DAILY BULLETIN": HONOLtrLU, H. I., MARCH 21, 1889.
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Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
Y T CORNER FORT AND KING STREET..
' Now Oivtila colvcd by every Packet from tbc Enr-tcni S'ales and Europe
Frosli California .'reduce by every Steamer. All orders faithfully attended to
and UoOdsdullv. ..d to any part of tbc city freo of charge, learnt orders toll,
cited dntlafucUciit guaranteed. Post Olllco Box H5. Tclontione No. 1)2 uwA 85
LEWIS & CO.,
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IH GROCERIES & PROVISIONS;
Frozen Oytlort and Fresh California Fruits, Fish, Games anil Vegetables on ICE by each
stoamcr ol tho 0. S. S. Co. A comploto lino ol Crosso & Ulackwoll's and
J. T. Morion's English Canned Goods always on band.
S TV EW GOOD S
Hldgcs' Iafntit Fowl, French Musliioom hi glass, Ollnardolll la tins, Ground
Chocolate, Unuio k Bhickwcll Fresh Fruit Jams in glass1, Stuffed Olives in
glass, WhIiiuIf, Almoin!?, Filbert, Pcncan & 13rnx.ll NutB, Foiled Sausage,
Cal. Mild Cream Cheese, Eastern Chocso, Oregon Croam Chcoso, Young American Cheese,
Swiss Chcoso. Edam Chooso, Topo Can Croamory Butler In 31b tins,
Kegi Germain Salt fickle, Pclalumn Table Fruits in gloss jar, Finest Dchcsn
Tniile HnUlns, Utyt-tal Wave Muckcrel in 51b tins, Kegs Sauerkraut, American
(Jrmibuiiy Sauce, Capo Code Cranberries, 21b Blocks CodiWi, Audctson Cele
brated Miucu .Meat in ghes jars, Jacob Dold's Buffalo Hams, Whittakcrs Star
lliimu. Old ltcll-iblu Hum it Bacon, fresh lot of Garden heeds, Ulclly Lemons,
Apples, -Yellow Turnips, Parsnips, New Potatoes & Oulcins, Cal. Boll Butter,
ETC, ETC, ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
XtslsxiicI Oi'dei'S olioitecl.
-: HAS JUST
Kit Salmon Bellies, Block Codfish, Smoked Beef, Buffalo Ham &
Uaeon, Boxes Smoked Herring, Tins Norwegian Salt Herring,
Mild Cal. Cheese, Atmorcs Mince Meat, Green Turtle Soup,
Terrapin Soup, Sugar Raisins, Currants, Walnuts, Almonds,
Dried Peaches, Prunes, Dates, Honey, Ccreolinc Flakes,
CAPE COD OXtAJNlSKItlilHJ,
Tomato Ketchup, Cases Sugar Corn, Cases Sugar Peas, Jersey
Blue Potatoes, Uuta Bagas Turnips, Calafornia Onions, Crackers,
all kinds; Choice Teas, .Fresh Apples, Saloon Pilot and Medium
Bread, Wheat, Flour, Butter, Plum Pudding, etc., etc., etc.
General Assortment of Canned
Jffi- Leave your orders, or ring up 119. -"S
Telephones, No. 175.
ITT, lo. 8 Kaaliiiuii
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Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 Sheet Iron Work.
K -'HE TKATWOFWSi
without tools la twlcu tired."
Eii-ouo la tho liouao-wlfo'u lt friend. With
It iho coiiijucru'illrt aui) adds to'Jho appoarjiiro of'
tier homo by LcepluK clcun loii't lo foolish
nod try to clcau liouio without fiutiuo. Quick
norkcan bo ilono with Sai-ouo, Common ioaj
ond elbow ncrvlco belong to ho act (feneration.
Jit is faibjon and two Bxtouo. Xo.' 37,
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Ill Fort Street,
Meats, Fruits and Other Groceries.
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
"UNEASY RESTS THE HEAD
that nenrn a rro u," imleaa if a polished with
It U ft solid raid of BcourlngBoip. Try it In) our
nost liouao pltvulug,
I'vc-ii ii hiuK cju eucUMi riCAl1 comfort nud imy
relief from ilia enrcu of )iotu.-t,Uiiuliif 1) tho lu-
tulment of a few eeult In rnko of Hiiiillo Wth
it woudora ran be accniiijilliihcd in iloimiiiK nn
trourinir. for thlcli airiiocii It Ima tio tijual,
" Dirt defies tho KIiik. bulit abdicates wherever
Saiiolio uiakcu ita ujijiearuuto aud cjulckly, too. Try
a cako. Ko. 89.
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MR. J. M. SASS'S TANNERY.,
The Humboldt Mn.ll of March 2d,
published at Eureka., Cal., contains
a lengthy description of n now tan
nery just completed at Freshwater,
about fivo miles from Eureka, by
Mr. J. JM. Sass, formerly connected
with the People's Ico and Refrige
rator Co., of this city. The "Mail"
"For some months past a large
tannery has been in course of con
struction a few miles from this city,
and it has always been called a
Eureka enterprise. The projector
and executor of the undertaking was
John M. Sass, who returned from
the Sandwich Islands where he had
been engaged In profitable business
for some time to engage in this
enterprise. He has expended
money, time and patienco in per
fecting his scheme, but has continu
ally rebuffed reporters, saying "I've
got nothing to say and nothing to
show. I won't say what I'm going
to do. Wait till I've done it, and
then I'll give it all to you and bo
glad to have it written up."
On Wednesday tho time had evi
dently arrived, for on that day, by
invitation of Mr. J. M, Sass, a re
porter of the Mail visited the tan
nery, which is situated on the site
of tlie old Baird logging camp, on
Freshwater slough, on the Areata
road, about five miles from Eureka.
Hero Mr. Sass has bought four
acres of land m a little valley, open
at all times to thd sun and well pro
tected from sweeping winds. In
clearing the laud enough wood has
been saved to last, for all uses, fully
three years, and an unlimited sup
ply of clear, soft water has been ob
tained by a dam in tho gulch above,
with pipes leading lo a large supply
tank near the buildings."
The "Mail" then goes on to de
sciibe the different buildings, and
the vats. The accommodations for
the workmen arc highly spoken of.
The Humboldt "Standaid" con
cludes a description of the tannery
The capacity of this tannery will
be 5000 hides a year, with a present
lay-away tanks, but the same can be
doubled or trebled with but trifling
expense, as it would only require
the addition of lay-away tanks, all
other facilities being already provid
ed for in first construction. Mr.
Sass has made arrangements for
large consignments of hides from
the South Pacific Islands, but he
will buy all offered here, and if
there is a surplus he can dispose of
Island hides at San Francisco,
through which place they would
have lo pass to reach here. The
lauiior at this establishment is E.
V. Ilurgren, a man thoroughly
competent in every respect for the
position. Operations have already
commenced and many hides arc in
the vats. We congratulate Mr.
Sass on the auspicious commence
ment of work and trust the spirit of
enterprise that prompted the build
ing of this tannery may lead to the
establishment of other industries
gcrmala to it.
WATER AT MEAL TIMES.
Opinions differ as to the effect of
the free ingestion of water at meal
times, but the view generally re
ceived is that it probably dilutes the
gastric juice and so retards diges
tion. Apart from the fact that a
moderate delay in the process is by
no means a disadvantage, as Sir
William Roberts has shown in his
explanation of the popularity of lea
ana coiiee, it is more than doubtful
whether any such effect is in reality
produced, When ingested during
meals, water may do good by waslft
ing out the digested food, and by
exposing the undigested part more
thoroughly to the action of the di
gestive ferments. Pepsin is a cuta
lyptic body and a given quantity
will work almost iudclinitelj', pro
vided the peptones are removed as
they are formed. The good effects
of water, drank freely before meals,
have, however, another beneficial re
sult it washes away the mucus
which is secreted by the mucus
membrane during the intervals of
repose and favors paristalsis of the
whole alimentary tract. The mem
brane thus cleansed is in a much
belter condition to receive food and
convert it intp sojuble compounds.
The accumulation of rnupis is
specially marked in tho morning,
when the gastric walls arc covered
with a thick, tenacious layer. Food
entering the stomach at this time
will become covered with this tena
plons coaling, which, for a time,
protects t from lltu lUHjpn of the
gastric ferments, and so retard
digestion. Tho viscid contents, a
normal condition in the morning be
fore bieakfasl, is not suitable to re
ceive food. Exuiciso before par
taking of a meal stimulates the cir
culation of the blood vessels. A
gliibs of water wasjipsout the inucussl
partially distends thostoimtuh.waUpg
up peristalsis and prepares tho
alimentary canal for tho morning
meal. Observation has shown that
non-irritating liquids pass directly
through the "tubular" stomach, nnd
even if food be present, they only
mix with it to a slight extent.
A Genius Insurance gone to Ca
nada, did you say V Probably stole
something tho beggarly thief!
"Took half a million dollars of tho
company's money." Beat an insur
ance company out of half a million?
What a Napoleon of finance.
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THE0. P. SEVERIN,
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
Printing Jtonolor Amntenrs,
Cabinets $6 a Doz. Work Guaranteed.
figy Knlraiieo on Fort Sttccl. -iH
Artificial Teeth from one to an entire
set Insetted on gold, sliver, allumlnum
and rubber bases. Crown nnil Bridge
Work a specialty. To persona wearing
rubber plates which aro a constant
Borneo of Irritation to the mouth anil
throat, wo would recommend our Pro.
phylactio Metal Plate. All operations
performed in accordance with the latest
Improvement in dental science. Teeth
KUifioled without pain by tho use of
Nitrous Oxide Gas.
3 03 Hotel .street, at Dr. Grossman's
old btund. Fcb.20.89
Club " Whiskey.
Wc have received another Invoice
And oiler the same for sale either in
bond or duty paid.
W.C. PEACOCK & CO,
l'JJ Meichaut Street. lm
To Stand this Season, Jan, 1, '89
At SluUuteln Stoclc Fniin,
Tho Imported Morgan Stallion
&)ir for I'.ncli Klaro.
ilars bred to "GLORY" can icmain
on the farm at a pasturage at $12 per
annum. Every care tiken but no res
BSfJIares not proving in foal may be
returned nexv season free of charge, if I
still own the Horpe. J. GAY.
XX answer to several enquiries con
cerning Whale Boat Frames, wc
have now in course of construction,
Whale Boat Frames 74 feet by 32 feet
long. These frames are bent in ono
piece of oak, and held to shape, thus
requiring little tact to set them up and
build. The full frame for such boats,
iueludlng cants, 45 sections in number,
is bold at 28 ; with large stems on keel,
and ready to plank $10. They are not
intended to be clinker built, nor as the
frail imported whale boats proper, but
are intended for rough use and durabi
lity, yet light withal, for llshing and
trading purposes. Wc have exported
these frames and intend doing so, and
make this offer to amateurs and others
desirous of trying their hand, with
plenty of leisure and small cash to make
a Imsincs:. Will bend frames to any
given model from 5 to 25 tons. Also on
hand for sale Surf and Pleasure Boats,
Stems, Knees and Timbers. Mutual
Telephone No 325.
DOWER & SON.
7C tf Boat Builders.
Steam Works, Sunny South,
Tele.: Bell 186, Mutual 245.
Depot, 28 Merchant Street,
Tclo.: Bell 172, Mutual 360.
l'uteut UIusm .Valve Itottlon
CAPACITY 1,000 DOZEN PER DAY.
The only English Apparatus making
And Pure, Strong Effervescing
BSirOrders delivered lo any part of
the city. Island orders solicited, 38 tf
. J&Y 3&Sxi?at
J. O. Ilox OKI. -C9y JlcU Tolo. 74.
Hawaiian Business Agency.
Corner Fort & Jlerchnnt Btrcels,
Honolulu, II. 1.
AccomitniitN & Collectors
Hawaiian Boll Telephone Co.
Manager of Advertising- Dopartment
DEPARTMENTS of BUSINESS:
Collodions will reci-ivo special nttcn.
tlon and returns promptly niado.
Real Estato bought, told nud based.
Taxes Paid and propoily safely injured;
Houses, Cottages, Rooms and Offices,'
Icutcd and rented, and rents collected.
Firo and Llfo Insuranco eU'ectul in first
class Iiwimncc Companies.
Conveyancing a Specialty Hccouls
scatched and correct Abstracts of Tltlo
Logal Documonts and Papers of every
description carefully drawn and hand
Copying and Translating in nil languages
lu eeneral use in this Kingdom.
Custom llouso Business linusactcd with
ui'ctimcy and dispatch.
Loans 'negotiiitcd nt favniiible rates.
Gold, Silver and Certificates bought nud
Advertisements and Subscriptions soli,
cited for publishers.
Skillod and Unskilled Labor furnished.
Any Article purchased or sold.
Inter-Island Orders will receive parti
To Lot, Furnished and Unfurnished Cot
tages in desirable localities nt reasonable
Several Valuable Properties In and
around the city now for sale and lcaso
on easy terms.
EQSA11 business intrusted to our care
will recuivo prompt nnd faithful atten
tion at moderate charges Feb-4-89
FOB SALE or LEASE
COTTAGE lately occu
pled by Mr. Barney Or-
(Icusteiu. situate on Emma
street, between tlm mansions of lions.
I!. H. Bishop, James Campbell and S. B.
Dole, near Emma Square. No piano
wanted, no dust, no taro patches. Only
a few minutes walk to the new site for
the Central Union Church. No tiamway
cars wanted. Apply to
E. S. CUNA,
148 tf Union Saloon.
SCOTT'S Genuine Midlothian Oatmeal
in 14 lb. tins. For sale by
J. E. BKOWN & CO.,
178 tf 28 .Merchant street.
FOR a plantation, a feteady, well-re.
commended and capable man.
183 tf TIIEO. II. DAVIES & CO.
Its. MONHOti, ladies' nurse, has
removed to No. a, Kukui lane.
MRS. STEVENSON, accoucheuse
nnd ladies' nuito. Testimonials
of 22 years experience at Queen Char
lotte Lying.in-iiospital, London. Other
islands not objected , to. ltcsidence,
"Jordan House," -chool street P ft.
Box 475; Mutual Tele. 37.". 170 Dm
Artistic Engraver on Wood.
(Late of Ilurper Uros., N. Y.)
Contracts Executed on Moderate Terms.
BSySpecimens of work at ofllcc.TBfl
Aut Dept., Haiu'eu Bnos., )
New York, April, 18s7. J
Mr. Felix Uert was for several yenrs
employed in this establishment, and
found a compi tent engraver and in all
respects a reliable and upright person.
J. G. SM1TIIWICIC,
Supt. Eng, Dept., Harper Bros., N. Y.
JJgyOiders received at J. E, Brown
& Co.'s, 28 Merchant street. 100 1m
Will practice in tho lower courts of the
Kingdom a8 attorney, attend lo collect
ing in all its branches!, renting of houses
and any other business entrusted to him.
Onicc 01 King Biraet Upstairs.
Rattan & Rood Furniture.
Pianos & Furniture
Moved with Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
CHAIRS TO RENT.
rOB PRINTING of all kinds exo.
1 cuted at the "Daily Bulletin" Office.
U King st, --mj 74 King st.
Australian Mail Service.
FOlt SAN KMtAKCISCO,
Tho now and flue Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, wil
be duo at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
April 6, '89.
And will leave for tho nbovo port with
malls and passengers on or about that
Fnr frolcrllt nr nnuoonn l.n.-i., CTT
1'EHIOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., Agents
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and lino Al steel BtcMivhltj
Of tho Oceanic Stenmihlp Company, will
bo due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
April 13, '89.
And will have prompt dbpatch with
mails and passengers for the above port
tor treight or parage, having 8U
PEUIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents
The Best Company
Life Insurance Co.
OF NEW YOJRK
Richard A. McCurdy, President.
The Largest Company in tho World
The Oldest Company in tho U. S.
It Gives the Most Liberal Policies
Pays tho Largest Dividends.
Claims paid to policy holders In the
Hawaiian lalunds, during the
past ten years,
Over : SlOO.OOO OO.
B" For rates, apply to
S. BS. JKOSE.
Genernl Agent, Honolulu, Hawaiian
IWN -& CO.,
H SIcrcIinut St., Honolulu, Jl.ff.
Conveyancers & General Agents
REAL ESTATE FACTORS &
Sole Aucnts for the Burlington Route
Across America, and to iho Azores.
Sole Audits tor Pitt & Scott's Foreign
Pateels Etprcas & General Sliipninc
Sole Agents for Sunny South Aerated
Sole Agenth for Masefield BroB.' Now
Zealand Mullet and Canned Goods.
Special Agents for Leading New Zea
land and Australian Mercantile Firms.
Special Agents for the California Land
Special Agents for tho Honolulu BusS.
AIho, Other Special Agendo.
B" Customs' Entries Passed. Pro
pctties Managed. Assignees and Audi
tors' Work lone promptly. Houses
Leased and Rents Collected.
New Business Solicited
Bell Telo. No. 172 Mutual Tole. No. 360.
Ucc-SJ Poit Offico Box 469. 88-ly
Readinq Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alakca Streets.
Open every Day and Evening.
Tho Library consists at tho present
timo of over Fivo Thousand Volumes.
Tho Reading Room Is supplied with
about tlfty of the leading newspapers
A Parlor is provided for conversation
Terms of membership, fifty conts a
Jioiith, payable quarterly In advance.
No formality required in joining exeunt
signing tho roll.
Strangers from foreign countries and
visitors from tho other Islands aro wel
come to the rooms nt all times as guests.
This Association having no regular
means of support except the dues of
members, it 1b expected that resident
of Honolulu who desire to nvall them
selves of Its privileges, and all who feel
an Interest in maintaining an institution
of this kind, will put down their names
nnu oecorno regular contributors,
Chairman Hall and Llhr'ary'commlttee.
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