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In accordance with Sec. I. of chap
ter XXVII. of the Laws of 1880.
All per eon s holding water privi
leges or thoso paying water rates, arc
hereby notified that tho water rates
lor the term ending December
31, 1$S9 will bo due and payable t
$ xxm. office of tho Honolulu Water
"Work bn tho first of July, 1889.
All such rates remaining unpaid
for fifteen days after they are due,
frill be, subjeet to an additional 10
parties paying rates will please
present their last receipt.
Bates are payablo at the office of
tho Water Works in the Kapuaiwa
The statute allowing no discretion
strict enforcement of this clause will
CHA8. B. WILSON.
Supt. Hono. Water Works.
Honolulu, June 18, 1889. 278 tw
Notice io Personal Tax-payers
The undersigned Assessors and
Collectors of Taxes for the General
Taxation Divisions of the Kingdom
would respectfully call tha attention
of the tax-payers to the New Law in
regard to tho payment of personal
taxes, Section 58a, Chapter f8 of tiie
Session Laws of A. D. 1888.
"All personal taxes shall be due
and payable on and after the 1st day
of July of each year, and may be
collected by the proper oilicers at
any time after such date."
C. A. BROWN, ABsessor &. Col
lector of Taxes, 1st Division.
H. O. TKEADWAY, Assessor &
Collector of Taxes, 2nd Division.
H. C. AUSTIN, Assessor fc Col
lector of Taxes, 3rd Division.
.T. K. FAKLEY, Assessoi & Col
lector of Taxes, 4th Division,
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But ettablithed for the benefit of all.
FRIDAYS, JUNE 28, 1889.
The sketch given, in Thursday's
issue of this paper, of the improve
ments that have been made in Ka
piolani Park, within a very short
-period of years, must be convincing
of the expenditure of a great deal
of intelligent energy bj the Park
Association. This body in truth
has not much else to spend unless it
mjkes periodical raids Qn the pri
rate p6Cits its' members, for
the Legislature has in several ses
sions granted it but two thousand
five, hundred dollars a year to im
prove and maintain the' park with.
Perhaps this "ligid economy" has
been justifiable in the past from the
fact that the.park.has been practi
cally inaccessible to all but tke com
paratively wealth classes. Now
that the tramway carries people at a
very low rate to the entrance of the
park, the latter is available to the
. masses as & rendezvous for rest, re
creation, and fresh air. It is there
fore reasonable to anticipate that
popular interest in Kapiolani Park
should intensify, and that the Legis
lature , will be given to understand
that aid to this object will he for
the general public benefit. Then a.
more liberal appropriation than pre
vious ones ought to be forthcoming.
To bring the park to the degree of
perfection which weukl be credita
ble to our capital city, much remains
to be effected in addition to the
very efficient forestry, landscape
gardening, and road building al
ready done. There should be a
large garden at some eligible point,
with a neat pavilion for rest and re
freshment, also a band stand. A
large proportion of the present al
lowance from the treasury could bo
applied advantageously to cleaning
and dredging the stream. The lack
of water adverted to In our report
'requires more money ts remedy
than can be afforded out of the
legislative pittance hitherto granted.
Making a play ground in the centre
. of tho racing arena will take a fur
ther amount. It Is Burely needless
tf this day to urge upon intelligent
people the desirability of having
commodious and well made and
kept public parks in and about
n Jorge twns. Honolulu is not badly
: off, considering its population, in
having Thomas, Emma and Palace
squares as breathing places within
. tho city, 'but it should have the best
advantage taken of the splendid
natural conditions and txcellent be-
v dint(ng, to in&ka Kapiolani Park a
perennial joy to both residents and
Late Forita News.
(PerS. S. Umatilla.)
HA9T.OAN TRl'.ATY HRXKD
The Samoan treaty was signed by
all the members of the conference
in Berlin on June 14th. Its provi
sions nro us previously published in
the Bulletin, except that there is a
stipulation that tho Germans shall
receive money indemnity for their
losses, and a special court ill be
mftntntml tn flpnt wit.ll till Inllfl
question. Tho indemnity matter is
what caused the hesitation at Wash-
ington. The American Commis
sioners made their adhesion condi
tional upon a ratification of the
treaty by the U. S. Senate. Status
quo will therefore prevail in Samoa
till December. The treaty will not
be published uutil signecl by the
C. P. Huntington has subscribed
$50,000 for the Congo railway out
of admiration for King Leopold's
Le Caron, the British spy expos
ed ia the Farnell iuquiiy, has been
expelled by W. S. Hancock Post,
G. A. R., Chicago.
The prohibition amendment has
been defeated in Pennsylvania by
The Chippewa Indians murdered
seven men in Minnesota and threat
ened other qettlers.
The Sultan of Tuikcy has donated
200 to the Johnstown sufferers.
The prohibition amendment to the
Rhode Island Constitution, adopted
in 1886, was repealed June 20th by
a vote of 28,449 approve and 9,853
reject or more than three-fifths of
tho vote necessary to cany the
The Nicaragua Canal Co. ap
proved the repoit of last year's ex
pedition, elected directors and ad
journed. John Gilbert, the veteran actor,
was buried at Boston on the 20th.
Discontented woikmen arc mak
ing disturbance at Johnstown, Pa,
Balfour calls the new gospel of
home rule, that would include Scot
land and Wales, "some kind of
bastard imitation of the federal
government of America.
Pasteur's agents complain bitteily
of unjust treatment in Australia
and have laid their case before the
French Ambassador in London.
Loid Dunraven is confident the
Valkyrie will win the America cup.
The wedding of Grand Duke Paul
Alexandiovitch and Princess Alex
andria of Greece was celebrated in
the chapel of the Winter Palace, St.
Petersburg, June 1C, before a brill
iant gathering of oflicers, diplomatic
representatives and ladies.
PiesidcntBlancjj ims been bounc
ed iv Ytneuela by a peaceful reo-
lution, after a reign of 19 years.
Hippolyte continues victorious
without inteiruption in Ilayti.
The Gcicest agitation in Canada
for twenty years rages, without re
gard to old party lines, against the
Federal Goveonment for refusing to
veto an Act of the Quebec Legisla
ture, which lecognizes the authority
"Of the Pope of Rome and giants
$400,000 to the Jesuits as compen
sation for lands taken from them at
the British conquest.
The burning of Lu-chow, China,
is confirmed, but only 1,200 persons
were killed instead of 10,000. The
latter figuie is the" number made
Lord Cecil, the British evangelist,
was drowned in Canada June 12.
The Mexico-Japan trtaty is rati
fied. THE BANANA TRADE.
The supply of Hawaiian bananas
in this rnaiket is to be regulated
hereafter, so far as possible, accord
ing to the actual demands. An ar
rangement has been entered into by
a leading importer and other local
dealers with the piincipal growers
in the Iblands, whereby all the good
fruit will he taken, not in excess of
the local market requirements. All
poor stock is to bo rejected without
loss to the local parties. The ob
ject of j,the agreement, which is for
lhe yeais, is to establish uniform
and reasonable prices, and to put
only the best fruit on this markot.
S. F. Examiner.
A Chlcogo Diploma Dullard I
see the oldttman Killmcr has taken
to doctoring. Is lie having any suc
cess?' llilghtly Success! Why, lie
cured twenty-eight hams last winter.
Money goes no one knows ;
Wlioie it goetb no one showethj
Here and there, everywhere;
Flush to-day, abort to-morrow ;
Notes to pay, borrow, borrow j
How it goes no one knows;
Where it gouth, no one sboweth.
Some one says that a woman
should never allow a man to propose
marriage to her unless she is willing
to become his wife. Some people
would depiivo tho women in this
world of ull their fun.
young tucn come
"Why don't our
to the front?"
Because tho baldbcadcd
tho seats first.
mum POIHIY-AT OHAMRS,
TIEFORE DOLE, J,
Fiudat, June 28th.
The Hawaiian Government vs.
William II. Cornwell. Ejectment.
Jury waived April term, 1889.
Plaintiff sues to recover possession
of lands known as Kaincharociki
and Pulehuiki, and Waiakoa, Kuln,
Makawao, JMnui. Ileal d and deci
sion lescrved. Attorney-General
O. W. Ashford for plaintiff ; P. Neu
mann aud C. L. Carter for defend
ant. In the matter of the estate of
Anderson O ForbcB, fate of Hono-
tltion of Willi
deocased, Intestate. Pe-
am J. Forties, tho ad
ministrator, for allowance of ac
counts, dUchuigc nnd final older of
distribution. Ordered that petition
be grautcd, and that his bond be
cancelled upon his .filing final re
ceipt. W. O. Smithfor petitioner;
petitioner in person.
TiiuitsDAT, June 27.
C. L. Aliona vs. M. Kekaalua.
Deserting contract service. Achi
for plaintiff ; Kaulukou for defend
ant. Plaintiff's appeal fiom Hono
lulu Police Court. Continued till
next term day.
C. A. Brown, Tax Collector, vs.
Wong Kcaui. Personal tuxes.
Creighton for plaintiff; Achi for de
fendant. Continued as last.
W. C. Parke, assignee, vs. C. O.
Beruer. Assumpsit 155.90. De
fendant's appeal. W. A. Whiting
for defendant. Ordered to stand
over till some one is appointed in
placo of Mr. Paikc, deceased.
Jo9o M. Pedro vs. J. It. Holt, jr.
Assumpsit $3G. Defendant's ap
peal from Police Court. J. A. Ma
Koon for plaintiff ; A. Rosa for de
fendant. Counsel announce case
will ptobably be settled during the
day out of Court.
F. II. Bedwaid vs. E. B. Thomas.
Assumpsit 6191.50. Plaintiff's ap
peal from Police Court. W. O.
Smith for plaintiff ; P. Neumann for
defendant. Heard and taken into
E. B. Thomas vs. F. II. Redward.
Assumpsit $76.95. Appeal f'om
Police Court. Neumann for plain
tiff; Smith for defendant. Heard
and taken iuto consideration.
Hamilton Johnson vs. Joao d'
Oliveira. Assumpsit $87.80. Ap
peal fiom Police Court by plaintiff.
Creighton for plaintiff ; V. V. Ash
ford for defendant. Counsel state
discontinuance will be filed.
The King vs. Sam. Holburn. As
sault and battcr3. A. P. Peterson
for the Crown; Kaulukou for de
fendant. Appeal from Police Court.
Continued till to-monow.
The King vs. Aclnona. Assault
and batterj Peteison ior the
Crown ; V. V. Ash'oru for defend
ant. Appeal frum Police Court.
orAiiUGl 'until a hearing can be
Tha King vs. Win. Crews. Drunk
on May 27. Appeal from Police
Court. Peteison for the Ciown;
Kuulukou for defendant. Judg
ment suspended until moved on by
THE undersigned intending to leave
tho Kingdom requests all persons
having claims aj,'iiiu3t the linn of F.
llaticrmnrher & Co., to prusent pamc to
him nt once'.
2d7 It F. HABERMACHER.
TO purchase on one of the
lliUMiiinn Islands a
Tract of Liiat, 10,100 aerefr,
more or less. Leave ofl'ern
with Btntement of price, put):
"A. S. 89," Bulletin Olllcc. 237 lrn
A GOLD Brooch with small pearl in
center, either on King .strret cars
or on Kurt Htrect.
Tho flmlir will lio
on 'caving at thib
A MEETING of tho stockholders of
the Hawaiian Carriage Mimufnc.
tu.ing Co will he held on MONDAY,
July 1. lflHti, nt o'idock r. m., at tho
olllce of W. O. bmilh. fid Fort street.
Per order. W. O. SMITH,
Seerttan H. O. M Co.
Honolulu. June 27. 1889. 2-B 3t
A(UARTEKLY dividend of Thrro
Dollar.-, pt r HUnrn will be paid to
tho stockholder of Wilder's Steamtldp
Co. on SA'IUIIDAY, 2!ith inM.
8. B. ROSE,
Honolulu, Juno 20, 188!. V?85 8t
NOTICE of HEMOVAL.
CAYFORD is removing
tho 'Chiinibprliiin From).
ses," King Btreet, to no. M AlaKca street,
wheie Hie will he glad to receive her
old nnd new roomcrB on or about July
2,1889. 284 lw
DURING my ulisenco from this King,
iloni Mr. O. A. Peacock will net
for mo' in ull mutters uudir full power
of attorney. W. C. PEACOCK.
Honolulu, June 27, 1HM) 280 at
1 PERSONS who nro willing to sub.
frrll'o towimlH defraying Iheix.
peiiFcs of tho 4lh of July Celebration
and have not hem railed upon by the
Flnnt.re Committee, w ill llnd n fstibcrlp.
tlon lint with Mr. F. K. Mtlinls, nt the
llnwalian NewB Co 's ttore. Merrhunt
fctroot. J. G. SPENCER,
Ohnlrmau Finiiuco Oominlttoe.
Auction Sales by Jaunts P. Morgttu,
For Sale at FiHlc Aictioa
At tho auction room of James F.
On Montlny, July 1, 8t,
AT 1 O'CLOCK A. M.,
By order of Ututlo & Cooke,
Of the New Issue of
Pala Plantation (Consolidated) Stock
Without Dividends from Present Crop.
Tho Pain Plantation issues 8,05fl now
Shares on acquiring Grovo Ranch Plan.
tillon, making lt totnl issue 7,f00
Shares, of the pnr value or $100 nach,
of which nw Issue the above 31 f hares
arc for ta c. 278 lit
Notice to Policy Holders
- IN TIIE--
Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of tho United Stntcs.
YOU aro respectfully requested in
cao nny stiitcmuits are mndo by
agents of other companies against the
Equitable or iu mt'tlio is, io lay tho
matter promptlv hoforo
A. J. OAimVRIGHT,
281 tf General Anent for Haw ts.
For San Francisco.
The Font Hnlllns Ilnrucntlno
i4S. G. WILDER,"
Will have quick dispatch for tlionlove
On SATURDAY, Juno 29th, at noon.
iSf For freight or nsac:e apply to
F. A. SCHAEFEE. & CO.,
2RJ5 St Agents.
KOTICE of REMOVAL.
E. C. KOtVE. P.iintrr. has
moved bii pl.tic of ru'-lniss into
the building lutelv occuphd by the
Pucillc Hose Co., Kinir. street, near Fort.
ALL persons lining claims or de.
munds ngmnst the undersigned
aro requested to present them to Joseph
O. Cnrter for settlement Oj or before the
1st day of July ni'Xt
Honolulu June 11, lBS'J. 281 2w
Lost or Mislaid.
CERTIPIOATR No 24 Lfor-20 shares
Slntiml Te-'.enhone block Btandinu
in, the uanic of V. K. btillmnn, on which
transfer his been .stopped. Finder please
return to Mr. O. K. Stillmmi or to the
Bt'LLKTIN 0111 c. 271d O'.u.tf
Notice to Shippers.
j- riMlK Steamer "1'elc,"
PJriL' "'" hereaftei c.iry
SBeSsi&Ms all freights for the follow-
ing ports in ICon i, i7: ! ni'iia, ilolun-
loa, Kcitihou, IC,i:i aloa and N'upoopoo.
Per Onler, J. ENA,
SecretaivT. I. S. N. Co.
Honolulu, Juno 20, 188!) 2 0 2t
Notice to Shippers.
will be ice-ehcd on
the Steamer " Jllknhala, "
after 4 o'clock p. in , on this day of sail
in". Per Order,
Sccictiry I. I. S.N. i'o
Honolulu, June 20, 880. 2S0 2t
Ants, Mice, Moths & Roaches
IN this country, especially where Ants,
Mice. Mo lis 'and Koiuhes infest
your I'uiiios to the Ue.tructlon ol uie
same, and the unnoyuuee of all called
upon to use them, it would be well tn
pliicc your inttiiimenls in Mil. J. W.
YAKNDLEY'a cure, who will eirec
tuully clear them ol all destructive iu
sects, eto, aud cleanse the strings and
tuning pins from rust Sec to this
before it is too lute!
Let Mu YARNDLEY tuno your
Pianos mill kep them in tuno Many
Pianos biiiler greatly nnd become worth
less lor neid of intelligent nnd morn
frequent attention in regard lo tho
tOnlcrs leceived at the ofllce of
tho Hawaiian Nmvs Co.. Merchant
street, will bo promptly attended to.
Supreme Court of the Hawaiian
islands At Chambers.
DIFOIIIS Mil. JUSTICE I'llUBTO.V.
IN tho matter of tho Bankruptcy of
. F. Cooke. Onh r on petition of
Uimkiupt for diKchargo fmtn Ida debts.
Upon reading nnd flllnc tho petition
of AMOS FRANCIS COOKE, of Bono
lulu, Uuhu, tillering that more than hlx
months have clup&cri blui e lie wax adju
dicated a bankrupt and praingfora
discharge fiom ull his debts.
It I ordered Unit TUESDAY, the 2nd
day of July. A D 1H8, nt 10 . M. of
tt at dny, ui tlio Court Room in Aliioliini
Hale, Honolulu, he unil is hereby ap
pointed the time nnd place for hcuring
of said petition when mid where all ere.
dilors who have proved their claims
ugninst slid Bankrupt may appear and
show cause if any thoy hnve why tho
pinyer of said Bmkrupt should not lie
And it is further ordered that notice
bo given by udvcitUcmcut in tho Daily
Bulletin, published in said Honolulu
for two wieks, of the time untl place of
such hearing aud tint tho Clerk of the
Hupreme Court mnil notioiB of tho time
ii ml plnro of such hoiirlng to all ere.
ill tors of said Bankrupt w ho huvu proved
JukIilu Supi emu Court.
Attest: Aii'iiicu W. Oaiitku,
Becond Deputy Clojk.
Dated Honolulu, Juno 14, 1880. 270 td
Lewis .1. Levey
" FOIt A-"-
Season of Four Nights
Saturday, June 29th.
tST'Dox plan for ecu on tickets now
tSTBox plnn for secured ients for the
opening ntlit will lie opt n nt 0 o'clock
Tiiurcriiiy morning, June 27th, nt L. Ii
CSy'l'ositlvuly no noltro can betaken
for scats except on pereonnl application.
18B9 4th JULY 1889.
A CHOICE LOT OP
Fireworks of Every Description
Just reoelvid from tho
Cnlifornin Fireworks Comp'y
Fon sale rtv
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
2P0 2w Corner of Queen & Fort st9.
SUGAR PLANT I
Tho Entire Plnnt of the
Is offered For Side. Tho Machinery
is in perfect working order
and conahsl of
One 26x48 Mill -with Engine,
Trash-carrlcr, Etc., complete,
1 Pair ol Boilers 6xZ0f-
1 Doublo Effect 6 and 7 Icot Pans,
1 Vacuum Pan 6 feet with Blako Pump,
3 Weston Ccntnlugals and Engine,
Together with the usual ns-ortment of
Glarifiers, Clean'g Pans, Coolers
And other Mnchlncry usually found
in a well appointed mill
Also, a number of
Cane Carts & Gen'l Plantation
Delivery will be piven after nex1 cro;
hit been harvested, suy about Jul 1,
GgpFor further particulars apply to
Manager Star Mil), Knliala. Hawaii
iny.'2I--' -jiino.21 80
" Facts are Stubborn Things."
Jit every age, on every premium
ituhle, and in every year, tho AC
TUAL RESULTS of Tontino Policies
of the New York Life Insurance Co
hao been LARGER than tboso OF
ANY OTHER COMPANY issuing
"For particulars apply to
V. O. MK1CGI-1K,
Gen'l Agent Hawaiian Iblands.
Third and Last Call t
A. S. HARTWELL is requested
JL by us to uring legal proceedings
on all liillR not paid liy JunnliOth. We
respectfully request those who urn owing
and intend to pay not to miko it neces
sary to bring oults.
EGAN fc CO.
Honolulu, June 15, 1689. 877 td
Egg' "V) V '"!
Carriage Manufacturing Go.
Carriages, n&i Breaks
-FOR SAJLE AT
All Kinds of Carriap
Solicited at Very
Our TATENT BREAKS originated in llonolulu by us have bceii
Reduced 25 Per Cent in Price.
-JUST RECEIVED A LARGE INVOICE OF-
Second Growth of White Oak Spokes,
Hubs, Felloes, Rims,
Planketc, Heavy Hiclcory "Wngon,
Single & Double Trees, Etc., Etc.
or ALL AT A GREATLY
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BAR IRON.
The Finest Line of.
Unt rimmed Hate for Misses' and Children,
Flowers, Tips, Hat Trimmings, Fancy RibbonB, Etc.,
Wire Hat Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames,
la ull tvJcw Shades;
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, Gauges; All-over Silk Laces, New Wash Mate
rials, in white, plain and figured ; Boy's Shirt Waists,
Fine Lamb's Wool Under wear, Flnnnel Conta nnd Vcstm
All-wool Oversliirts, Etc., Etc., just received by the "Umatilla" by ,
CHAS. J. FBSHEP,,
The Leading Millinery House, cor. Fort & Hotel sts.
New Zealand Jams !
JUST received a conaignment of New
Zealand Jams, assorted cases. Fdr
sale at low price hv
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
227 tf 28 Merchant street.
NEW Wilcor & White
Or jun with eight stop SifTTa'dc
for tchool or chiiich A. fine instru
meat. Apply nt 57 Punchbowl firci t
opposite N 1'. Mi"hion Insiinite 278 tf
1 MICRO-PHOTOGRAPHIC appa
J. riitii-wili i ainuiu Micro-cope of
fix ponei-i, Eiin ondeoser etc , ull com
pute A powerful and hinily insliu
ment. For fuither piriieuhir-i inquire
of CIIAS. HUSTACE,
277 2w 'KinghHeit
Cot' ace on Mcr.
Ptrcet. near Ala-
STORE TO LET
THE Store lately occupied
by E O. Rowe, Way's
Block, King strei t. at reuson-
runtul. Possesion given at ouco
J. G. ROTHWELL.
FURNISHED Rooms to let,
Houihwubt corner of
Punchbowl and Beietuuiu
i-tiLLlu, would ho very convenient for a
fciwill family. 255 Cm
Stables & Pasturage To Let.
EXCELLENT. Stables con
tabling M Stalin. Cottage
und 7 ucreb Pasiuro Lund, on
oouiii blreet, near King, foimerly oecu.
pied by Mr. White, proprietor of the
I'.ilnma Bus. To let on ery moderate
term-. Appiy to
E. BROWN & CO.,
23 Merchant street.
THE 'Emerson Homestead,'
beautifully slluuted In
Waialua, Oiihu, II. I., com
nriMng n largo uouse with 10 rooms,
klehen, pantry, barn etc,, 11 acres ot
choice land now partly in taro and other
vegetables, and a rich pasture of (lj
acres within half a mile. Pure water is
bioughl to the lioubo and grounds from
never failing springs, the supply of
which can bo indefinitely increased In
quuntity. There 1b a good carrlago road
to Honolulu, 28 miks distant, also to tho
steiiin bout landing, less than half n
mile dibtunt, where steamers from tho
city touch three times n week. Tho pic
turesque tcenery, fine climate and un.
rivalled water privilego iniiko this a
most dHBirahlo place for a country re
treat and sanitarium. Terras moderate.
For further information upnly to
J. A. MAGOON,
257 tf Honolulu.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
NEW Cutuudcr Car.
rinco lust ilnlhiipfi
und htindsoinedy trimmed
in first cIubs stylo must be immediately
sold to close un assignment, can be seen
at W. H. Page's curiage manufactory.
No. 123 Fort t-treet.
HAWAUAN BUbDfESS AGENCY.
Hit, Etc., Etc.
& f agon Repairing
NOMINATIONS will ho received by
tho Secicwry of the Hawaiian
luckcy Club up to June CO, 1889, as
FUTUU1TY STAKES of 1891 For 3
yeiir olds Hawaiian Bred Horses;
sweep-takes of $50, added. FirBt
installment on naming 5 eueli.
HAWAIIAN DKRliY of 1892 For 3
year olds Hawaiian Bred Hotses;
bweepsiukes of $100, Hawaiian Jockey
Club Cun added. First installment on
miming $ t each.
The following installments arc also
due on June 80, 18S9:
Firnrily Makes of 190 2nd im-tall-
incut $15 00
Huw.iiiin Uuiby of IMO, 2nd in-Ull
ment $15 00
Unw.uiin Ucrl.y of 1891, 2nd Insi'd!.
ment $15 00
-C. O. BERQER,
275 14t Secretory ii. J. C.
FILTER BESSES !
Paauiiad PlaKtation )
Hawau, March 0, 1888
IUttdnn Iron &. lincomotlve Work
Gentlemen: yo have used two of
your 30-chambered Filter Prestct jhis
Beabon. They are convenient, easily
handled and are working entirely to
our satisfaction. I can recommend no
Improvement on them.
Very respectfully yours,
(Signed) A. MOORE,
Manager Puauhau Plantation.
These Pressoa are made extra hsavy
for hick pressures, occupies a flor
space ill feet by 4 feet, and presents a
filtering euriuce of 240 square feet.
A limited uumber in stock in Hono .
lulu aud are sold at very low prices.
Eisdon Iron & loco. Works.
CSTFor particulars enquire of
JOHN DYER, nonoluln,
Room No. 3 bpreektls' Block,
2250 tf w. 0. Irwin & Cc-Agenta.
A Delicious Summer Drink I
Dellwed at 60 and 75 cts dm
Tahiti Lemonade Worka
X E. BROWN & Cp.,
307 j 33 Merchant Street. ji
0 i &ukk&&m&&k p "