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In ncconliuico with Sec. I. of chap
tor XXVII. of tho Laws of 1880.
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water rales, are
acroby notified that the water rates
lor tho term ending December
8.1, fe"89, will We duo and payabl at
the office cf the Honolulu Water
"Works on the first of July, 1889.
All such rates remaining unpaid
lor fifteen days after they are due,
trill be subject to uu additional 10
Parties paying lates will please
present their last receipt.
Bates are payable at the office of
tho Water Worts in the Kapuaiwn
The statute allowing no discretion
strict enforcement of this clamo will
OHAS. B. WILSON.
Supt. Hono. Water Work?.
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 personal
taxes, Section 58a, Chapter 68 of tho
Session Laws of A. D. 1888.
"All personal tuxes shall be due
and payable on and after tho 1st day
of July of each year, and -may be
collected by the pioper officers at
any time after such date."
C. A. BROWN, Assessor & Col
lector of Tuxes, lit Divibion.
11. G. TREADWAY, Assessor &
Collector of Taxes, 2nd Division.
H. C. AUSTIN, Assessor &. Col
lector of Taies, iird Division.
J.. K. FARLEY, Auseosor &. Col
lector of Taxes, 4th Division.
PMced to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, JUNK 27, 1889.
Following i the order of
cises at the Kawaiahao Church, this
Thursday evening, June 27th, at
7:!10 p. in.:
Music Te I cum.. Buck
'Jteeitation What Might Happen
Fractions on Fire.
Recitation The Knvions Wien
Music Achieved is the Glorious
Recitation Moc on Ncbo
Blackboard Xxciclsc in Penmanship.
Composition Early Training
Music Blight Sparkles
Indian Club Exeicise.
llecltation. . . The Old Clock of Prague
Music.T-he Skylark's Song.MendeKsohn
Recitation What Whs It?
Declamation Elijah the Prophet
Itecitation The Victory
Music Over the Dark Blue Sea
Our Artists at Work.
The Kamehameha sentinel
J. Wise, Editor
Music Gentle Night Abt
llecltation. . .The Everlasting .Memorial
Declamation... Glailstoue and Bessemer
...The Royal Line of Kamehameha
Music. . . .He, Watching Over Israel
Mubl.'.... Hallelujah Choi us... .Handel
Samples of worl; done in the shops
will he displayed at the exhibition.
The dumb-bells and Indian clubs
to be used in tho exercises were
made by the boys.
TuniasJese gets less than S30 a
month for playing King in Samoa,
yet he clings to his job with as
much tcilacity as a Democratic
Mrs. Cumso Jimmy's always
getting into fights with other boys,
I'm afraid when he grows up he'll
be a professional pugilist. Mr.
Cumso I see you don't know much
Hostilities between General But
ler and Admiral Porter have now
reached such a pitch that it will pro
bably take the monthly magazines
a quarter of a century to finish the
Judge A. S. Duck ley has been
committed to the Insane Asylum at
Stockton. lie was at one time a
prominent lawyer of Stockton. Kx
cessive'uso of liquor had destroyed
One night six ostriches confined
in their corral in North Fa6adena,
Cal., jumped "over the garden
wall" and took a stroll through the
Sn Gabriel Valley. Deforo uoou
all but two hud been captured.
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Chief Pleasure Ground
Description of Improvements Effected
and In Contemplation Grand Pos
sibilities of a Liberal Policy.
Mr. W. M. Gifiard on Wednes
day drove the represeutitlYe of the
Bulletin out to Kapiolaui Park to
give him a view of the improvements
made there within the past few
years. At the entrance of the Park
Mr. McCullum, park ranger, was
called for at his lodge, and the trio
et forth on a tour of exploration.
While taking a stroll first among the
beautiful islets and ponds, the
ranger gave some particulars of what
had been done in road making and
forestry. During the past two years
two and a half miles of rock road SO
feet wide had been built, skirting
the park boundaries and with the in
ternal drives making a total of
about five miles completed. Five
thousand ironwood trees have been
et out, chiefly in lining avenues
and encircling the racing track. A
large number of other exotic trees
have been planted, including ban
yans, imported varieties of cocoa
nut, araucania, caoutchouc, cy
press, etc. There is a nursery near
the l anger's lodge for propagating
trefs from seeds. The great draw
back in thio hpartmentis the lack
of a water system, in consequence
of which is incurred the prodigious
labor of watering the innumerable
young trees, after their fiaal plant
ing throughout the jjreat area, Wy
hand out of buckets. This defici
ency cannot be remedied without
tbe'granting of enhanced appropiia
tions by the Legislature. The park
roads are daily watered by sprink
Near the nursery a wire net coop
is visited, which contains a number
of peacocks and a Japanese phea-.
sant cock. The latter is a beautiful
bird, belonging to Hon. W. G. Ir
win, but unfortunately lias lost his
mate since coming here. Another
consignment of the species is, how
ever, expected by a future Japanese
steamer. Passing along the banks
of the concentric stream or canal at
this side of the park, a foot bridge
leadu to the lovely Makec island
and is crossed by the party. Tliis
is a very favorable aud favorite pic
nic ground than which, well shaded
as it is with trees of many kinds ami
covered with a deep and luxuriant
carpet ef grass, no prettier or plea
sant can be found within reach of
the city. The beautiful croton
shrub is planted between the bor
dering row of trees, and requiiing
much watering it is creditable to the
rang'T that the plants are kept quite
healthy. This and several other
islets have been reclaimed from
swamps within the past four or live
years. The surrounding water, ex
cept where it is adorned with varie
gated lilies, is robbed of its charms
by a prevailing coat of limu moss,
that some means is necessary for re
moving. Perhaps the substance
could be utilized as a fertilizer for
the market, as it is now used to
some extent in nourishing.the young
park itrees. Among other pictur
esque objects assisted in the produc
tion by "it are a conical mound cov
ered with verdure, standing in the
midst of a circular pond, and a rock-
i a luun-
ery jiuig mio me canai ana we.
1 ... . . ., , .1
bulrushes. Specimens of the Mon
tereyi Cyprus and the umbrella tree
are observed in. passing. Before
leaving this section a suggestion fa
vorably canvassed by the trio of ex
plorers may be mentioned, which
was that in addition to the necessity
of cleaning the limit off it would be
an, attraction to place swans on the
water. The adaptability of the
stream for pleasure skiffs was also
remarked, it being even now availed
of for that purpose to a limited ex
tent. Returning to the road Mr. Giffard
divulges an impoitant intention of
the Park Association with regard to
the race track. The high board
fence now surrounding it, which lias
been somewhat of a grievance to the
public and an especial bete noir of
legislators in discussing the appro
priation, is to be taken down. It
will bo replaced with a low paling
and a hedge of some suitable shrub
in addition to the complete row of
ironwood now planted all the way
round. Within tho inner circum
ference of the track, where there is
a perfectly level surface, it is sug
gested that a first-class recreation
ground can be made for baseball
games and other holiday sports.
When street car accommodation is
increased &o as to be equal to carry
ing the people, the park will un
doubtedly become the popular ren
dezvous for outdoor amusements.
Coming back to tho exploring bu
siness, the party mounts 3Ir. Oif
fard's brake and rolls over a well
made drivoway, runningg northcijy
between the race track and the west
ern boundary of the park till it
meets the new Government roatl to
Moiliili. Mr. McCullum draws uu
tention to a brood' of inudlieii3 nt
work on their nests in tho canal
bank, and stops the vehicle to point
out a bpot of considerable legendary
interest. This is a deep place at a
turn in tho stream, where natives
assert the moo, or mermaid, has in
time past been seen. It is hence
CftUert Mortnnid pool and lmq de
creased in depth from the tradition
ary figure of 10 feet to a present
one of 15 feet. From this point a
glimpse of Princess Lilluokalani's
VVsikiki residence is obtained across
a Chinese plantation. At the Junc
tion of the Moiliili road, that, hy tho
way, being a splendid-looking thor
oiiEhfaro of coral rock, the vehicle
right wheels into Lcahl avenue run
ning past Hon. Cecil Brown's hand
some park residence, Mr. II. .1.
Nolte's beautiful retreat wcll-knoiwi
as the "Casino" property, and Mr.
II. J. Agnew's lot containing the
large stables for his racing stock.
Thence the drive swerves into Cleg-
horn avenue to the east of the track,
named utter the pnthusiastic Presi
dent of the Park Association. This
ts lined on both sides with ironwood
of very uniform growth and trimmed
to a height of about seven feet. The
road is smooth, hard, and in
every respect one of the most
attractive sections of driveway in
the park. Toward the track
are seen many , young cocoanut
trees, and the avenue leads itito the
extensive kiawc groves on the sea
ward side of the park. On the left
of the route Mr. McCallum indicates
a splendid place for a military en
campment, being a sequestered area
of five acres as level as a billiard
table and free from scrub. A diver
sion is made 'tin ough a very shady
road to the quarries overlooked by
Diamond Head, whence the park
road niateiial has been excaated.
Here aie a seiies of tunnels, one of
them said to be a hundred feet tu
length, which the Secretary face
tiously suggested might at a moder
ate outlay be metamorphosed into
verr respectable "arcluvolotiical at
tractions," equipped with a grotto
and garnished with prehistoric re
mains. Another avenue, probably
the only one well-known to the gen
eral public, leads from the track
entrance to the stalling point of this
tour, whence several avenues run to
the main road and the biidgc,all be
ing lined with the ever-present iron
wood in various stages of develop
ment. Besides those mentioned previous
ly herein, there are magnificent es
tates of park stockholders stretched
along the beach. Beginning at
Diamond Head is the princely resi
dence of Hon. James Campbell.
Next is the Park Beach Hotel pro
perty (now advertised for lease by
W. G. Irwin & Co.), then Mr. Allan
Herbert's beautiful place, Hon. W.
G. Irwin's seaside mansion, Dr.
Wight's retreat, and Mr. E. S.
Cunha's charming villa at the
bridge. If a lot could be obtained
between any of these giving access
of the public to the beach, nothing
could bo better designed to popu
larize the park.
The Kapiolani Park Association
was charteicd as a private corpora
lion in 187G, the late (.'apt. Makee
being its chief promoter and first
President, who that year with the
assistance of some of his coadjutors
laid out the plan. The present of
ficers are as follows: Hon. A. S.
Cleghorn, President; Hon. W. G.
Irwin, Treasurer; Mr. W. M. Gif
fard, Secretary; and Messrs. Jas.
Campbell, W. G. Irwin, T. II.
Walker, 1?. S. Cunha, A. S. Cleg
horn, II. II. Macfarlaue, II. J.
Agncw, Tom Mav, 11. J. Noltc,
Cecil Drown, and" W. M. Giffard,
Diiectors. The President and
Treasurer form the Executive.
For the public spirit of the mem
bers of the corporation from the
start, in giving the city such a
splendid resort for recreation, the
appreciation of the public shown in
i. ..:.,.: !...! i..,
lemsiuuYU iumiuui ..iLiuna nits
lllotleraa. Verhal,s U.c
site liberality for making the best of
the very favorable conditions of a
llrstclass paik njny be promoted by
the foregoing description of what
has thus far been accomplished.
Anctlon Salos by Lewis J. Levey.
Regular jDash Sale !
'ipOIOltliOW, June 28th,
,&T JO O'CLOCK A. 31..
At my Salesroom coiner of Kort and
Queen otrceta, I will Bull nt
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Ska I'otntOL'9, Omon, Corn, Barley.
Middlings i; Wlicnt,
Ilardtvaro S Groceries,
Sets New Buggy HnrneFK,
3lllrt HAI1" N.V3j3JC. T3to.
Also, n lot of
Artist's Material, Frames,
By Mr. Strong.
And at 12 o'clock noon, for account
of whom it muy concern,
300 bx. Reeling's Blue Mottled Soap.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
the btoclthohlera of
Hiring' Co will he held on MONDAY.
July 1, 180, at !l o'clock i- n., at the
offlco of W. O .Smith. 01 Fort Iri-ct.
Per order. W. O. SMITH,
Btprrtirv 11. C. M. Co.
Honolulu, June 2f. HW', 2IJ !H
QST - - -
THUHSDAY innrninc on Nuuanu
aienuc, hetwecu Hon. 8, M. Da.
mon'it and tho hridec, a Smnll Iiron
I.i-iither IJujr, containing letters, hills
and a puuo with a small amount
Finder will please icturn to this olllro.
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
SPECIAL SALE OF ELEGANT
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
my Salesroom, Qucon street, I will
tell at i'uuiio Auction, a lirgu
Lot of Elegant Household Furniture,
1 Hnii Parlor Sot !
Upholslctcd in Silk .fcSnlin;
1 JPo-rloi' SSvt,
Upholstered In Daw Silk & PluMi;
1 New Ilcil Lounge,
Mack Walnut I nun Seat Olmiis,
Lirgo Mmblctop Center TaMts
Carved B. W, Bedroom Set,
2 II. W MarMctnp Hedtwm ScH,
Spring & Hair Miiurc?,
B. W. Extension Ittniug TaWo
1 New Wtuvd luv;v.
1 OipV ljue"i wh,
Mont !rulV, Kto IS to.
jay- Kuitnuvo.r8; Vulva VHl'US
For Sals it PiUic Audio!
A' tae ajviuv rv."ttt ir! Jrc V.
On Motultiy. ..1 uly 1 . 'SO.
A'V ll OTUOfK A. W...
By order o' Otle Jfc IVoke,
Of the Xevr Is-ue of
Paia Plantation (Consolidated) Stock
Without Dividends from l'resent Crop.
The Pain Plantation issues 3,05fl new
Shares on ticquiring Grove Itanch Plan
tilion, making its total issue 7,r00
Sliarus. (.f ilio par value of $IOOcicli.
of which iitfiv issue the nhoveSl Shait-B
are for sale. 278 lit
ice to W icj hoiws
Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United States.
YOU arc respectfully requested in
cae any statements are mnde hy
agents of dther companies against the
Equitable or its methods, to lay the
ni'itlur prnmptlv hefmr
A. 'J. OARTWRIGHT,
281 If Central Agent for Haw !p.
For San Francisco.
The I'nst Satlins KnrKeiitinc
Will have quick dispatch for thcalove
On SATURDAY, June 29th, at noon.
CS?" For freigh' or pikasc; apply to
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.,
2R5 fit Agents.
A QUARTERLY dividend of Throe
Dolhirb per fhur will lie paid to
the stockhnldora ot Wildur's Stcamsiliij)
Co. an SA'IUKDAY, Silth int.
S. B. KOSE,
Honolulu, June 20, luF U85 Ht
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
RS. R. CATFOKD is remnvinc
frmn the 'l'hambi,rliiin Frcmi.
ses," King si ici, to JNo. at Alukc.i Mrem,
where she will be glutl to iccuvu her
old and new roomers on or about .Inlv
2, 188!). 284 lw
PKHbONS who are willing to sub
bori c towards defrnyinj; the '.
penses of tho 4th of July Celebration
and have not been called upon by the
Finance Committee, will find a MibsCrip.
lion list with Mr. F E. Nichols, at the
liiiuniimi News Co.'r SIoip, Merchant
fctreet. J. G. Sl'KXUER,
Supreme Court of the Hawaiian
Islands At Chambers.
iii.rojiE mu. juwipK imu:bto.v.
1 A. 1
lie matter or llm liankruptcy ot
F. Cooke. Crd r on pitltion of
nt for ducharcc from his dchls
Ui on rt-ailini: anil flllnir tho petition
Of AMOS KP.ANCJS CQOJfE, of Hono
lulu, Utjhu, .illep wig ill it more than fix
moritl.h litvd fc',pfCil fcn(j ho wuh ntlju.
rlicited a bankrupt anil prilling for a
discharge from nil hi debt.
It 1, ordered th it 'I UKSDAY. the 2nd
day of Juh, A I) ltSt, nt 10 m. of
li st day, fil i lie Court Ifoom in Aliiulani
Hale, IJfiriolulii, m and is hereby up
P"ifj t-l lh time and phtcu for huuring
of tairi petition when and "hern nil ore
dl'ora hu have pmwil their clfdms
iigiiiutt ild Hutikrupt may appear and
fcli'iw cuute if nny they h-ive ul.ytho
m.ycf tif JjiiJ P'Uikrujit should not he
And it is further ordered that notice
Ik- given hy advertln'inisnt In Hie Daii.v
ItiiM.cn.v, puhlUhul in (aid Honolulu
fur two wecltb, of the time and place of
such bedilnjj and Ihtl the Clerk of the
Mipieine Court mull notices of the time
and place of Mich heiriug to all ere.
dltors of said Bankrupt who have proved
.liKticu Supt emu Court.
Attest: Alfhk'd W. Cmikh,
Bccond Dcpuiy Clcjk.
Dated Jlonolulu. Juno 14, 1RS9. 270 td
"-HE ONLY LIVE PAPER o
1 Jlonolulu "The Dally Dulhtiu."
00 cents per mo ith.
Lewis J. I.nvr.Y
r-1 KOtl A
Season of Four Nights
i v-vC0M.MKNCIN() OX'
Saturday, June 29th.
RTlhu phut for reason ticket now
tWBos plan for secured M'tits for tho
opening night will bu open tit tt o'clock
Tliun-duy inornltip, Juno 37lh, at L. I.
CST Positively no milieu enn he tiken
(orsraU except on poiMitial application.
1889 4th JULY 1889.
A CHOICK LOT OF
Fireworks of Every Description
Jut received from the
Cntlfornln Firework Comp'y
TOIt SAI.K HY
liEWIS J. JLEVJ3Y,
Cm" 2w Corner of Queen & Fort sts.
SUGAR PLANT !
The Kntire Plant of tho
Star 111 Gonial, Mala:
Is offered For Sale. The Machinery
is in perfect working uider
and consist of
One 26x48 Mill with Engine,
Trash-carrier, Etc., complete,
1 Pair ol Boilers 6x20,
1 Double Effect 6 and 7 lect Pans,
1 Vacuum Pan 6 loci with Blake Pump,
3 Weston Ccntrilugals and Engine,
Together with the usual assortment of
Clariflers, Clean'g Pans, Coolers
And other Machinery usually found
in a well appointed mill.
Also, a number of
California k Mail lies,
Cane Carts & Gcn'l Plantation
Delivery will he given after nexi crop
has been harvested, say about July 1,
EJfFor further particulars apply to
Manager Star Mill, Kohnlo, llavaii
Assets, : : $90,000,000.00
" Facts are Stubborn Things."
age, on every premium
in every year, tho AC-
TUiMRESULTS of Tontine Policies
of the NSivYi" Life Insur.mco Co
have been LARGE It than those OF
AJfY OTHER COMPANY issuing
$SP"For particulars apply to
C. . BKltGF.lt,
Gen'l Agent Hawaiian Islands.
Lost ox' Mislaid.
241 for 20 shares
J Mutual Telephone
in the name of C. K. Stillnmn, on which
transfer has been blopped. Finder please
return to Mr. O. K. ritillman or to the
Ui'M.ktin Oflli'e. 27ldO'Jw.tf
Third and Last Call !
MK, A, S. HATWELT, is requested
by us to In ipg legal proceedings
on all hillh not paid hy .Iudu tlOlh. Wo
respectfully rcijucbt those who am owing
and intend to pay not to inuko it neces
sary to bring Milts.
KOAN & CO.
Honolulu, Jure 'i, 18tW. 277 td
Notice to Shippers.
rpiIK Steamer "Pelo,"
J will heicnfter carj-y
all freights for tho follow-
ng ports Ju Koin, vizt Kailitn, llolua-
oa, Keaiihou, ICaawaloa and Napnopoo,
Per Older, 'J. KNA,.
Secri'taiv 1. 1. 8.
Honolulu, Juno "0, JSS',)
Notice to Shippers.
HEUKAFTER no freight
will be lecelved on
after 4 c'clook p, m , tin the day of sail
ing. ' Per Order,
" J. ENA,
Secretary I, I. S. N. Co.
Honolulu, June 20, 1889.' 280 J2t
-FOR SALE AT
All Kinds of Carriap
Solicited at Very
Our PATENT BREAKS originated in Honolulu by us lmvo been
Reduced 25 Per Cent in Price.
-JUST RECEIVED A
SecDnd Growth of White Oak Spokes,
Hubs, Felloes, Kims,
Flunkotc, Heavy Hickory Wagon,
Single & Double Trees, Etc., Etc.
tfflTALL AT A GREATLY REDUCED RATE.jf
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BAR IRON.
The Finest Line of Millinery Goods !
Unt rimmed Hats for Rflisses' and Children,
Flowers, Tips, Hat Trimmings, Fancy Ribbons, Etc.,
Wire Hal Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames,
In all the Now Shades;
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, Gauzes, All-over Silk Laces, New Wash Mate
rials, in white, plain and figured; Boy's Shirt Waists,
Fine JLnmb'tf Wool Unlerwer, Flannel Coats and Vc8ts
All-wool Oyershiits, Etc., Etc., just received by the "Umatilla" by
CHAS. J. FBSHE!,.,
The Leading Millinery House, cor. Fort fc Hotel sts.
ANEW" Wilcox & White Parlor
Orpau with eight slop1 Suitable
for Echool or chuich A fine instru
ment. Apply at 57 Punchbowl street,
opposite JS P. Mission Inslitute. 273 tf
nitus with tame a, Microscope of
-ix powers, sun romlciiser elp , all com
plete. A powerful and huwlylfiiisiiti
ment. For fuitlicr ptrtionbir inquire
of CHAS. HUSTACE,
"77 2 w KingMrert
LAD, II. use and Furni
mru fursiilcnt Kamanu.
a., Honolulu. Enquire of
NEAT Cottatre on Mer-
chant street, near Ala-
ken. Apply to
STORE TO LET
3. Uuwe, Way's
JL hy 10 C,
r?.'1? ui.i. tr:.. .-... . .....n
rental. Poesesshm given nt once
J. G. KOTI1WELL.
37UKNISHED Rooms to let,
J soiuhwcst corner of
Punchbowl and Berctunia
.streets, would bo very convenient for a
small family. 2155 Om
..- I..I , .1 l ...1 ......HI I - f "
Stables & Pasturage To Let.
EXOKLLENT 8tables con
taining l!i Stalls, Cottage
ui.d 7 ucies Pasiuro Laud, on
booth street, near King, foimeily occu.
pied by Mr. White, pioprletor of the
Piiluma Bus. To let on very moderate
term. Apply to
J. E. imOWN & CO.,
255 tf 28'AIcvolirint street.
THE 'Emerson Homestead,'
heautifully situated in
YValulua, Oahu, II. I., com
pricing n largo housp with l.p rooms,
kitchen, pantry, barn clc, Jl acres ot
choice land now partly in turo and other
vegetables, and a rich pasturo of (i
acres within half a mile. Pure water Ib
brought to the houbu and grounds from
never tailing spring, tho supply of
which oan bo indefinitely Increased in
quantity. There 1b a good can iago road
to Honolulu, 88 miles distant, nlno to tho
steam boat landing, less than half a
mile dibtunt, wluuo steamers from the
city touch three times u week. Tho pic
turcMiuo tcenory, fine climate nnd un.
rivalled waier piivilcgo niako this a
most desirablo place for a country re
treat and sanitarium. Terms moderate.
For further informal ion apnly to
,f. A. MAGOON,
2p7 tf Honolulu.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
NEW Cutundtr Car.
rlace lust lluishcd
nnd handsomely trimmed
in first class stylo must bo immediately
sold to close an assignnunt, can bo seen
nt W. II. Pago's carriage manufactury,
No. 128 Fort street.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
& ffapi Repriiig
LARGE INVOICE OF-
NOMINATIONS will be received by
the Secretary of the Hawaiian
Jockey Club up to Juno SO, 1889, as
FUTURITY STAKES of 1891 For 2
year olds Hawaiian Bred Horses;
sweepstakes of $50, added. First
installment on naming $5 eacn.
HAWAIIAN DKHbY of 1892 For 3
year olds Hawaiian Bred Hotses;
sweepstakes of $100, Hawaiian Jockey
Club Cui added. First in-tallment on
naming $5 each.
Tho following installments are also
due on June 80, 1889;
fr'utmity htakes of 1Q00 2nd install
ment $10 00
Hawaiian Ucrhy of IfcQO, 2nd install,
ment ,. $15 QQ
Hawaiian Derby of 1P9,I, 2nd install-
ment ,....$15 00
C. O. BB.RQEK,
275 14t Secretary H. J. C.
FILTER PRESSES !
Hawaii. March 9, 1888. J
Itixdon Iron & Locomotive IVorks,
Gkntlkmen; We have used two of
your 3l)-chambered Filter Prestei this
season. They are convenient, easily
handled nnd are working entirely to
our satisfaction. I pan rccouimontl na
improvement on them. ' ' v ' "
Very 'resrieclfulJy 'yours,
(Signed) -A. MOOBE,
Manager Paauhau Plantation.
These Presses are mado elra heavy
for hleh pressures, occupies a flipj
ppirol feet by" 4 feet, and presents ft
filtering surfaco of 240 squaro fcpt. '
A limited number In Stock in Honor
lulu and arc sold at very low prices,
Risdon Iron & Looo. WorkA
t2TFor particulars enquire of
JOHN DYER, Honolulu,
Room No. 3 Spreckcb' Block.
2250 tf W. Q. Irwin & Co.. Agenta.
A Deliolous-saiahicr Prink
Delivered at 60 and 75 cts per dozen,
Tahiti Lemonade Works
J. E. BROWN & Co.,
207J " 89 Merchant Street. lrjj
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