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In accordance with Sec. I. of chap
tcr XXVII. of the Laws of 1S8G.
All person holding water privi
lege! or thoi paying water rates, art)
Heteby notified tbAt tho water rnts
for thg, term onding December
31,' 1&89, will be duo and payable at
tht office of the Honolulu Water
Works on the first of July, 1889.
All such rtes remaining unpaid
lor flftea days after they are due,
will be subject to an additional 10
Parties paying lutes will please
present their last receipt.
Bates are payable at the office of
the Water Works in the Kapuaiwa
The statute allowing no discretion
strict enforcement of this clause will
CHAS. B. WILSON.
upt. Hono, Water Works.
Honolulu, June 18, 1889. 278 2w
Notice to Personal Tax-payers
The undersigned Assessors and
Collectors of Taxes for the General
Taxation Divisions of the Kingdom
would respectfully call the attention
of the tax-payers to tho New Law in
regard to the payment of porsonal
taxes, Section 58a, Chapter CS of the
Session Laws of A. D. 1888.
"All personal taxes shall be due
and payable on and after the 1st d.iy
of July of each year, and may be
collected by the proper officers at
any time after such date."
C..A. BROWN, Assessor & Col
lector of Taxes, 1st Division.
HGV TREAD WAY, Assessor fc
Collcclor'of Taxes, 2nd Division.
H. C. AUSTIN, Assessor & Col
lector of Taxes, 3rd Division.
J. K. FARLEY, Assessor & Col
lector of Taxes, 4th Division.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1889.
Gen. S.'C. Armstrong has' an
article in the New Yoik Independ
ent, urging wisdom in the choice of
a Minister ,to Hawaii. The Gen eral
assumes that Hawaiian affairs are
"on the verge of a great crisis,"
and American residents "once more
facing tb possibility of a great dis-j
aster." Perhaps the President of
Hampton Institute is tired of keep
ing school and would not object to
come here himself, as"a man of
force, experience and uprightness
sufficient'? to -, make ,him virtually
master of the situation," which is
the description he gives of the man
who should be sent.
Apropos.- of the sentiments of
Hon. HA. P. Career regarding the
want of thoughtfulness in the af
fairs of life, the following anecdote
from an old jEnglisu novel may be
given? "Three countrymen were
pursuing a Wiltshire thief through
Brentford. The simplest of them,
seeing ' Wiltshire 'house' written un
der its sign, advised his companions
to enter it, for there most probably
they would find their countryman.
The'secbnd who was wiser laughed
at this simplicity, but the third who
was wiser still answered, 'Let us go
in, however, for he may think we
should not suspect him of going
amongst his own countrymen.' They
accordingly went in and searched
the house, and by that means miss
ed overtaking the thief, who was at
that time but a little way before
them .and who, as they all knew, but
had 'never once reflected, could not
The Hilo Record's editorial of
June -Hhistoolengthy for reprinting
in full, but it contains some import
ant suggestions. It says that "be
fore 'the year 1876 we raised and
produced most all that was needed
for our consumption, of Irish pota
toes, i corn, beans, onions, hay and
feed, butter, lard, and cheese, but
now what is raised or produced here
5s but a drop to that which we im
port!'ThVl$ecord goes on to tell of
schooner- loads 'of potatoes and
onions sent to California from Mo
lokat and fcaui in 1850-58, thou
sands of pounds of potatoes shipped
from Kawaihae semi-annually, and
tho Iftvne flfaft of whaling vflsaeli.
supplied with vegetables nt Lahaina
and Kaunakakai. Tho occupation
qf lnrgc tracts of former potato land
by cattle ranches at tho present is
deplored by the Ililo writer, also tho
fact that onions, cabbage, and but
ter arc imported in large quantities
when the best of each can be produc
ed at home. Tho Recoul concludes:
It is time we were looking after
these tilings and stopping those
small leaks, which collectively make
a large sum) we can ill afford to
send out of our country one dollar
that we can just as well keep in It.
In order to do this, small formers
must bu induced to settle here ; and
tho only way that can be clone, is
by opening to them lands in small
holdings, which can be bought by
them. Again, Government roads
must be made to connect with the
various places o shipment of pro
duce. A government road from the
slopes of Maunakea to Puoko, a dis
tance of perhaps 10 or 15 miles,
would opeti the most extensive tract
of upland, suitable for the produc
tion of all the tilings mentioned,
there is to be found in the islands.
Water could easily, for all house
hold purposes, be taken there in
pipes from the Waimca mountains;
and a population of several thousand
could find a home there. But this
matter will never be attended to un
less our public-spirited men take
hold of it. Attention ought to be
called to it fiom time to time, and
it would perhaps help on this thing
to have a homestead company form
ed who would take the matter in
hand and would push it on. The
railroad of Wilder, if it had been
completed as designed, would have
been easily connected with a line
running along the base of the high
lands of Maunakea, and have
brought in to maiket thousands of
acres of the finest land for semi
tiopic.d productions that can be
found in the world. It would be a
good thing for the Government to
take up the Parker lease of Kaoho,
the large land that takes up so large
a part of Maunakea, and cut it up
into small homesteads.
Ily Uaillcu XI.
Howtv towty, here's a rowl A
mutiny in the prison, marry but it
is! JNot among tue convicts, now
ever, but the physicker has risen up
against the chief keeper and reviled
him with burning words. Particu
lars of cause and the exact nature
of the altercation have not transpir
ed, but it is known that the combat
was for blood. The keeper will al
low no independence of any other
officer within the prison walls, while
the physicker is not going to sink
the dignity of the faculty by allow
ing any dictation as to his methods
of treatment. At last accounts the
Government was asked by each
to "choose between him and me,"
as there is not jail room for both.
- Mr. John E. Bush has reciprocat
ed my friendly attentions. He has
nls'o in a slight degree endeavored
to follow my advice by keeping his
garments intact. But he goes back
sadly upon the dead in whose be
Tialf he waxed wrathful in his first
' letter. To attract sympathy he not
only says "no thanks" to Mr. Gib
son for bis appointment to Samoa,
but mildly "cusses" that statesman's
memory for neglecting him at the
coil it of Malietoa. Galileo is not
afraid of the Hawaiians acting upon
ths precedent of 1887, at least un
der the lead of Mr. Bush. If, how
ever, history repeats itself in repro
ducing the antecedents of that pre
cedent, Galileo hopes to see the
Hawaiians that are opposed to Mr.
Bush helping out the sequel. That
will be a colder day for Mr. Bush
and all who strike hands with him
than that on which Mr. Gibson's
letter of recall reached the Mini&ter
Plenipotentiary lamenting exhausted
stores at the Embassy.
late of Samoa formerly of Nevada,
met the other night at the rink, a
large number of members being ab
sent. Owing to the numerous mem
bership the meeting was called for
three places, at intervals of half a
mile. As a miss is as good as a
mile thoso who missed meetings at
the two arsenals must have found
the gathering at tbe rink worth
going two miles to see. The re
turned "Plenipo" conducted tho
meeting, the graduate of Italy's
Royal School of Engineering man
ipulated the throttle valve, and a
Blackstone apprentice acted ns
stoker. It was a reyolutio!lary, as
semblage through and through, as it
overthrew the mildly radical pro
gramme u nil or which it convened,
railroaded a new constitution
through in a manner creating a vio
lent "precedent" one of those
things the "Plenipo" delights in
ane! adopted the Reform Party's
platform with an improvement that
would mftko (imonaiQliloal nttu.
lions as they exist" a considerable
shndo moro democratic than the
"precedent" of 1887 loft them.
A STEAMER DISAPPOINTMENT.
EoiTon " Bulletin : Allow mo
space to mention an instanco of dis
courtesy and neglect with which
Wilder's Steamship Co. has treated
the public. The advertised time for
tho sailing of tho Kinau from Hono
lulu was Friday, 21st of June.
Without the slightest notice being
given to the MaUi and Hawaii pub
lic, the steamer left Honolulu on
Thursday, the 20lh inst., passed
through her regular route, and left
behind her all passengers, mail and
freight from Maui to Hawaii, the
result of which is that people intend
ing to go to Hawaii from hcic have
to wait about two weeks before an
other chance offers. Anybody will
realize the inconvenience and tiouble
which will bo caused by no mail be
ing forwarded for so long a space of
time, and the people on Hawaii, who
get their taro, etc., -from Maui, will
have to starve for two weeks. Why
could the steamship company not
take the trouble to give notice of
the change in their time table. 1
am informed that the dispatch of
the steamer one day earlier than
advertised is due to the request of
the patriotic, goveinment-suppoit-ing
Hawaii planters, who want their
sugar sent off before July 1st to
shirk paying tho taxes due on it.
OUR SAVINGS BANK.
EuiTOit Bulletin: The Govern
ment Savings Bank having out
grown its legal dress, it is tbe duty
of its friends to supply it a more
suitable and a more lasting one than
its infant dress has proved to be,
and until it is supplied the bank's
influence for good cannot much in
crease. Already it has passed the
point of being profitable to the Gov
ernment, and if it is not endowed
with more liberal poweis, it must
cease to exist or become an elephant
on its hands instead of a blessing as
intended and expected by its
We believe if the bank was wisely
endowed it would piove a greater
blessing to both the Government and
the people than the most hopeful of
its fiieuds ev$r dreamed. It would
exceed their calculations to a great
er extent than it has yet done. It
has now some strength, but not be
ing ab'e to use it, its strength be
comes a source of w eakness to the
Government. Certain it is, our
next parliament must give it a bet
ter standing if its existence is to be
It appears the bank's oi iginators
did not think that any one could or
should be beneGted by it except
the Government and small deposit
ors, thus ignoring all other citizens.
This Act seems rather to work
against ihc naluial law of right. A
measure that is only intended to
benefit a few, while all are held re
sponsible for any shortcomings of
the bank, at the same time all but
the few are absolutely prohibited
from participating in any of its ad
vantages, is certainly unjust "a
It has been suggested that the
Government loan the surplus to the
"local banks." We think the local
batiks should have the tight of bor
rowing if they pio.duced the lawful
secuiity (but suppose they don't
want to boirow?) and every citizen
bhould be accorded the same right,
and every citizen should have the
right of unlimited depositing in the
i bank. T
his being the people s
t bank it -ee
eeras every way just for
all to be allowed to use it should
they bo desire. Why not? We re
peat, Why not? These powers
granted would make the bank pro
fitable, creditable and useful to'
both Government and people. It
would be the "people's bank" of
saungs, the industrial money foun
tain, and a constitutional govern
ment duty performed.
It is no doubt a proper thing to
do at this time, for anyone that can
muster any 'original or practical
thought upon this important sub
ject to make it known. Then it will
be doubtful if our law makers will
know just what to do about the
bank. Jno. M. Hohnek.
IN accordance with terms of the char,
ter. the memhirs of the Qiiioii'k
Uoapitul Corporation nrc hereby noli
lied that tho biennial meeting "ill take
plncn at the room of the Chamber of
'Commerce on SATURDAY, July 22ml,
at II o'clock a, u J. II. PATY,
2b2 4loaw Scoietary, pro tern.
""TMIK Residence and PnMure
1 of Mrs. A. Long In Pamm.
Inquire No 45 I'unchliowl
Mlis. A. LONG.
FOR SALE CHEAP
animal for a boy), and
Colt Saddle, bridle.
etc. thrown in to make
Apply at this otllce. 251 if
Third and Lust 'Call!
MR. A. S. HARTWELL is requested
by us to hung legal proceedings
on all bill not paid by Juno HOlh. Wo
respectfully request thoso who arc owing
and intend tb'pay not to'mako it neces.
sary to bring ults. QAN & co
Honolulu, Juno IC, lBbtf. 377 td
Auoiton 8&.165 by fom t Moman,
Auction Sale !
On Saturday Evening, June 22,
AT 7:!I0 O'CLOCK,
At the Sto'o of EGA V & CO., Fort St., I
will si-ll at Public Auction, tho
Balance of Stock, com
prising: CLOTHING, SOCKS, HATS,
UndurhhIrK Drawer;, Nqk Woiir,
bILKS arid SaTINS,
Lnrgc variety of
Pi.rasols, Lncc Toilet Articles,
lirii'hps and Comb',
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Goods to bo sold. No lie
JAS. F. MORGAN,
MONDAY, Juno 24th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 91 ,
At the residence of H Cujfoid, (Cham
i erlain rrtmi-'L's;, cornir
f KiiiE stnet
I'll 1)1 1c Auction
L'Uie I will sell st
UPHOLSTERED PARLOR SET,
3 Light Chandelier',
li. W. Marble top Tables,
Largo Rugs, Pictureg,
Painted Bedroom Set,
Matirust-", Veranda Chairs,
Cnuary IMids, Etc , Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On TUESDAY, June 25th,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 91.,
At the residence of Mrs. Mendoncn,
King htreet, opposite Kawaiahao Church,
I wdl sell at Public Auction, the House,
hold Furniture, toni rMng:
Upholstered Lounge !
B W. ha-not, Pictures,
Lace Curtains, Rugs,
Bedsteads and Miitttasses,
Crockery and Glassware,
1 Osceola Range & Utensils,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On Wednesday, Juno
AT lO O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the resilience ol Mr J 13. Waller
uua'-u Avenue, above the residence ol
ltt-v A. Muckintuch, 1 will sell at I'liblic
The Entire Househ'd Furniture
1 Handsome Upholstered Parlor Set,
Vienna CliuiTs, Lumps,
1 JLarfje Cabinet .Orchestrone,
In Hue tonu;
1 Hl.ck Walnut l3idnom Set,
B. W. Wardrobe & Bookcase,
lion Ikdsieads. Wooden Htdiieail,
Antique Oik Dining ruble,
HOukeri in, d Oliis. ware,
Stove & Kitchen Utensils !
Carpenter and Gmdeu Tools,
1 Fint fch a Gun,
1 Gentle Oarriuge Horse,
Brown Leghorn Fowls,
Etc., Klc, Etc.,
RAi tides will he on view on TUEm.
DAY, June 25th
JAS. F. MORGAN,
270 (It Auctioneer.
Fir Sain at Public Auction
At the auction room of James F.
Ou Moiuluy. JT uls', I, 'SO,
AT 10 O'CI.OCIt A. M.,
By order of Ca tlo & Cooke,
Of the New Issue of
Paia Plantation (Consolidated) Stock
Without Dividends from Present Crop.
Tho I'aia Plantation isues 8 050 new
Share-son acquiring Grove Hunch Plan,
tiiion, making its total ifsne 7,500
Shines df (lie par value of $100 each,
of which new issue the above 21 Shares
are for nale. 278 lit
European Billiard Parlors.
THE Handsomest Billiard Parlors in
the city, and fitted up in tho most
approved si) le Four tables w itli all the
J. P. BOWEN & CO.,
370 tl Proprietors.
Auclluu Galea bj UwU I Lfivoy,
. , . ,
NOTICE CF SALE!
WHEREAS, the mortcnjro herein
nftur mentioned hath been duly
foreclosed, by ndvcrtlscmcnt of ninrt.
gagco's notice oi Intention to foreclose,
now. theroforc, by order of Curtis I',
laukca, gua.'dlan of Knnua, mortgager
of a certain indenturor f mortgage, dimd
Feb. II 18-2. of recnr.l in Olllro f Heg.
Isirnr of Convey-inrcs In book 78. on
pages 2IV-0 of Mibccllnncniit Kecnnls,
I am directed to tell ni Public Auction,
On Wednesday, Juno 26,
AT 18 O'CLOCK MOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen sired, in Hono.
lulu, the Property included In said
mortgage, ah follows;
All of that Certain Tract of Land !
Situate In Punn, Hawaii, knounntt
the "Ahupuaii r f KulmuiUea,"
said in contain
Heine Mm same premises aunrilrd to
William C Lunalllo as Apmn 14 of
l.antl Commission A Mini 8559 B, ntl
moro pirtloiilnrlv de-crlhed in deed or
J. M nt Smith, Edwin O. Hull and fat
ford U. I)o)o, nt Trii'lct s of Iho KMat
of sal I Willi im 0. Lunnllln, d ttcd tl e
iid dny of February, IS83, recorded In
Libir 73, pigc! 81.1 mid 21 1
TKUMN CAM II.
jpjr Deeds nt expense or purclnscr
For further pirticuUis apply to
LEWIS J. IiEVEY,
Orto W A Whiting, Attorney at.Law
Dulail Jutiu4 k8- 2i Ht
Lbwi8 J. LnviiY
Colored Minstrels !
Season of Four Nights
Saturday, June 29th.
(PWBox plan for beasou tickets now
J-Rox plan for secured scats for tho
opening night will he open ut 0 o'clock
Tnun-day morning, June 27lh, at L. i.
tar Positively no notice can he tiken
for seats except on personal application.
1889 4!h JULY 1889.
A CHOICE LOT OP
Fireworks of Every Description
Just received f om the
t'alii'oi-uia FircitorliH Comp'y
FOIt 8M.E nV
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
2C0 2w Corner of Quec fc fort sts.
Lost or Mislaid.
OERIIFIVTB No 241 for 20 shnres
Mutual Telephone 'lock Hlandin
in l lie name of ('. IC. Millman, on which
iiunsfi r h ts been hloppu-i Finder pleisi
return to Mi. O. K. Stilln an or to the
iri.uc-rtN 0-m e. 27ld O'.w.tf
Notice to Shippers.
rniIE Steamer "Pele,"
?k I "ill he.e.iftei c.i iy
3KruC7cfSf u1 Jiuiiui lur me iu iuw
inc; peris in Koui, lz: ai tin, olua
loa, Ke.iuhou, K.iuwaluj imdNapnopoo.
Per O tier, .1. KNA,
SeceU y I. I. S. K ' o
Honolulu .June 20, lfc8fl 2 0 2t
Notice to Shippers.
nr.lt AFTER no fi eight
will be eeelvcd on
the Steamer "Mlkahala,"
.'Iter 4 o'clock p. m , on th day of sal -iiiR.
J. EN A,
Secretary I I. S N. o
llonolu'u, June 20, 8b9. 280 2t
J OTICE of REMOVAL.
MR. E. C. ROWE, Painter, has
moved liin I'lui c of In incss into
lliu building luti'h ncciiphd by the
Pacific Hoi-o Co., King stieut, near Fort.
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
NOTICE is heich given to all per
sons having claim-, against tl e
estate of A Kauiuu, di ccieed, to present
tliu nimo to the iiniluiHigmd executors,
within six months from the dale of this
notice or they will be fnnver lured,
E II BAILEY,
Wailuku, Maui, .iunu 1, IbbU. 272 lm
Hew Zealand Jams I
JUST received a consignment of New
Zealand Jams, assorted cases. For
Bttle at low prirei bv
J E. BROWN & CO.,
227 tf 28 Merchant street.
Dissolution o! Partnership.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
paitncihlp in the "Ciiterion t-a.
loon," in Honolulu, lately nibsMing be.
twieu James Dodd iind Harry Miller,
under the linn nairtn of Di dd & Miller,
wa dissolved on the 18th day of June
1WF9, by mutual consent. All debts
owing lo the suld rmrtmr-hip are to be
rccoivid by tho said James Dodd, and
all demands on tho t-ald partnership bid
to bu presented lo him for pnment.
Honolulu, June II, 18K9, 378 lw
Carriage Manufacturing Co.
-FOR SALE AT
All Kinfls of Carriase '
Solicited at Very
Our PATENT BREAKS originated in Honolulu by us havo been
Reduced 25 Per Cent in Price.
-JUST RECEIVED A
Second Growth of White Oak Spokes,
Hubs, Felloes, Rims,
Phuikotc, Heavy Hickory Wagon,
Single & Double Trees, Etc-Etc.
4WALL AT A GREATLY REDUCED RATE. Jg3
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BAR IRON.
' 281 2m
The Finest Line of Millinery Goods !
Untrimmed Hats, for LViisses' and Children,
Flowers, Tips, Hat Trimmings, Fancy Ribbons, Etc.,
Wire Hat Frames,
Tn all the New Shades;
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, Gauzes, All-over Silk Laces, New Wash Mote
rials, in white, plain and figured; Boy's Shirt "VaistB,
Fine Lamb's Wool Underwear, Flannel Coats anil Vests,
All-wool Oycrshirts, Etc., Etc., just rpceived by the "Umatilla" by
The' Leading Millinery House, cor. Fort & Hotel sti.
LAND, H-use and Fnrni
turu forstlciit Kamanu
ai, Honolulu. Enquire of
Fi h Miirkct.
ANEVT Cottaco on Mcr
chant f-lrect. near Ala.
.. i HMI1-.R ciliii!l in Tfn
rTvf&PS ' lib laid Park. Good-'
kaQ-y.i.- bit invr Apply to
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
279 lw yucon.KiiLet Store.
STORE TO LET
bmv rpHE btore lately occupied
'm L by K O. Howe, Way's
fcfggSBfta Hlr ck, King fitrei t, at reason,
a'de rental. Possession given at ouce
J. G. ROTIIWELL.
H. 17URNlrtIIKD Rooms to let,
i-tnets. would bu veiy convenient fftr n
-mall family. ' 255 Cm
Desirable Cottage To Let .
COT I'A-tE, corner King and
Sou'h Muels, less than
10 minuies walk from Post
Mllce. Lofty looms all conveniences
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
255 tf 2-) Aleichaut street.
! . . t
Stables & Pasturage To Let.
T7XCELLBNT Sfibles con
ta in nc 1H Stalls. Cottnue
,ii.d 7 acres Pasturu Land, on
ftoulh htn-et, near King, formcily occu
pied by Mr. White, proprietor of the
P.dama Bu. To let on very moderate
term. Apply to
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
255 tf 23 Meichaut street.
JL beautifully biluated in
Waiaiua, uiiliu, n. i., com
priidng a largo houso wjth 10 rooms,
kitchen, puutry, barn etc., 11 acres ol
choice bind i.ow partly in taro and other
vegetables, and it rich pabture of V
aoris within half a mile. Puro water is
brought to the hotihu und grounds from
never falling springe, the supply of
which can bo indeUnilely incrtused in
quantity. There is a good carriage road
lo Honolulu, 28 mjli-s distant, Uo to the
steam boat landing, less than half a
mile dUtaut, wheio steamers from llie
city touch three limes u i cok. 'Iho pic
turctquo fceueiy, flno climate and un.
rivalled water prlvllego make this a
must ileslrahlo nlaco Tor a countiy re
treat and sanitarium. Terras moderate.
For further Information apnly to
J. A. MAGOON,
257 tf Honolulu.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
1NJSW uoiunuer unr.
riago jutt flulshtd
und handsomely tt luimed
in first clasH style must be Immediately
sold te clofe au assignment, can be seen
at W H. Page's curiage inauufactury,
No. 128 Fort street.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Etc Etc, BtB.
& Wagon RepairiDg
LARGE INVOICE OF-
Wire Bonnet Frames
NOMINATIONS will bo rccoived by
tho Secretary of the Hawaiian
lockey Club up to Juno 80, 1889, as
FUTURITY STAKES of 1891 For 2
year olds Hawaiian Bred 4Iorsts;
guccp-takes of $50, addtd. First
insl-illment on naming $5 each.
HAWAIIAN DMJBY of 18!t2 For 3
year olds Haw itian Bred Horses;
swcpstukes of $100, Hawaiian Jockey
Clu'i Cu ndded. First installment on
naming $' each.
The following installments are also
due on June 30, 1889:
futurity Stakes of lf90. 2nd install
ment I5 00
Hawaiian Derby of lt-90, 2nd install
ment $lfi 00
Hawaiian Derby of 1891, 2nd install
ment 1 15 00
j, C. O. BERGER,
275 Ut Secretary it. .1. C.
FILTER PRESSES !
Paaoiiad Plantation. , )
Hawaii, March 0, 18&8 f
RSadon Iron Jt Locomotive Works,
Gentlemen: Wo have used two of
your 30-chambored Filter Passes this
season. Thty' aro convenient, easily
bandied and ure working entirely to
our satisfaction. I can recommend no
improvement on them.
Very resncclCully yours,
(Signed) A. MOORE,
Manager Paauhau Plantation.
These Pressor are mado extra he ivy
(or hleh pressu-cs, occupies a floor
spiice 11 feet by 4 feet, and presents a
filtering turitico of 240 square fuet.
A limited number in eurek in Hono.
lulu and are bold at very low prices.
Eisdon Iron & Loco. Works.
MSPFor particulars enquire of
JOHN DYER, Honolulu,
Room No. S Spreckels' Block.
2250 tf W,O.Iiwin&Co..Agenta.
A Delicious Summer Drink I
Delivered at 60 and 76 cts per dozen.
Tahiti Lemonade Works
J; E. BROWN & do.,
807 J , 83 Merchant Street. lm