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THURSDAY AUG. 20, 1889.
. nn ARRIVALS.
Stmr T.eluia from Hawaii
Stmr J A Ciiminlus fioin Koolnn
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr W G ITall for Liihahia, Mnnlaen,
Konn. Kan and the Volcano at 10
o'clock a in
.Hark Foicst Queen for San Francisco
8 S Australia for San I'imiu'Isco at noon
Stmr O K Bishop for Valanae, Wnlulua
and Kooluu at U a m
Stinr Pcle for Koua poi t? at 11 n tn
The steamer Lehua brought fiom Ha
waii this morning 2728 biigs sugar, 0
head cuttle. 5 horses, and 7 hogs. Sho
sails on Saturday at 4 p m for .Nun,
Hakalati and llouoinu.
The Kinau Is due from Maul and Hn
wall at 0 o'clock to-morrow nioi ning.
A largo number of passengers
leave for the States to-morrow on
the Australia, some returning while
others remain for good.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Hartwell and
family leave for San Francisco.
After establishing his family in that
city Mr. Hartwell will leave for
Washington on business connected
with the Pacific cable, and for sev
eral months will be exceedingly
busy. He will return to the islands
from time to time as business may
Mr. G. F. Allardt, consulting
engineer of the Oakland Board of
Public Works, and Mr. Jas. D.
Schuyler, Chief Engineer of the
San Diego Board of Public Works,
and Mrs. Schuyler return to their
respective homes. Both gentlemen
came here two months ago on busi
ness connected with the Oahu Rail
way and Land Company and have
Mr. T. R. Walker, British Vice
Consul, leaves for San Francisco,
and his future movements will be
known after his arrival there. He
may possibly go through to Eng
land. His many friends hope the
change will be beneficial to him.
Mrs. N. S. Sachs leaves for Oak
land to be absent about two months
visiting friends and relatives.
Mr. J. M. Lydgate, late manager
of the Laupahoehoe plantation,
leaves for the purpose of resuming
certain studies. Mr. Anthony Lyd
gate, manager of the Ilamakua Mill,
goes on a vacation for several weeks.
Master Ben Holliday, who has
been enjoying his vacation in Hono
lulu, returns to Dr. Read's school
Hon. Chas. Wall, wife and son
leave for Southern Oregon where
Mr. Wall has purchased a stock
Mrs. Col. A. G. Hawcs, who has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Frank, M. Hatch, the past two
months, returns to her home in San
Mr. Robt. Lewers, Mrs. and Miss
Lewers leave for the States for the
benefit of Mr. Lowers' health, which
it is much hoped will improve.
They will be absent several months.
,Mr. Hugh Gunn, of the firm of
Egan & Gunn, who will shortly open
a fancy and dry goods store on Fort
street, leaves to select goods and
will be absent over a steamer.
Mr. F. E. Nichols goes to New
York in the interest of the Hawaiian
News Co. He will pay special at
tention to the company's music de
partment which has increased very
much of late, and also purchase a
stock of holiday goods at the manu
facturers. This will ensure a fine
stock which will be sold at bed rock
prices. Mr. Nichols will be absent
The Rev. George Wallace, pastor
of the second congregation of St.
Andrew's Cathedral, goes on a va
cation of four months. After reach
ing San Francisco he will visit Port
laud and then go East by the North
ern Pacific. He nill attend a church
convention in New York and then
Join Mrs. Wallace at Nashotah,Wis--conain.
A pleasant vacation will
no doubt be the rev. gentleman's
Hon. G. N. Wilcox will visit San
Francisco and possibly the East.
Mr. II. F. Wichman, the jeweler,
goeeJEast combining pleasure with
Miss Grace Eddie, who has been
staying at Waikiki Villa for several
months for the benefit of her health,
returns to her home in San Fran
cisco. Mr. A. D. Thomas, special exe
cutive agent of the Mutual Life In
surance Co. of New York, with Mrs.
Thomas and family, returns to San
Mrs. C. U. Alexander with her
eon leaves for a trip toJCaliforniu to
be absent two or three months.
Mr. J, II. Langtry, who came
down on special business for Wells,
Fargo & Co., returns after a stay of
about three months.
Mrs. Lewis, mother of the Lewis
Bros, , who has been visiting them the
past three months, returns homo
much pleased with her visit. Mr.
E, L. Lewis, a member of the above
named firm, will take a trip for his
health and be absent five or six
months. W. Lewis, a younger bro
ther who has been here on a visit,
returns with his mother. Miss Millie
Lewis accompanies them, also Jlisu
Work who has made many friends
"during her stay in Ilouoltilu,
David Dowselt, son of Hon. J. I,
Dowsett, goes to attend school at
St. Matthew's Hall, San Mateo.
Mr. YV. W. Dlmond goes to Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, to join his wife. They
return to the islands in course of
three or four months.
10CAL & GENERAL NEVS.
Whmjomi: back, Espiegle.
A imtDK is expected on the Mnii
posa nn Saturday.
Tun S. S. Australia sails nt noon
to-morrow for San Fiaiicico.
Tun steamer Lobua brought fifteen
lepers from Hawaii this morning.
Thk oilieoia and directors of the
Pacific Cable Company appear else
where. The payment of xevcinl drafts
specified in another column has been
The case of Win. Leo for laiccny
of a watch has been continued until
The Hawaiian News Company sold
another of those fine upiiglit Fischer
pianos this morning.
The medallions of It. W. Wilcox
by Mr. llutchhnon are on hale at
King Bros, and the Hawaiian News
The Hawaiian Tramways Com
pany have a notice elsewhere res
pecting accounts against Messrs.
Skinner &, Co.
Owners of billiard table should
carefully peiuso what Mr. Win.
Howe has to say in an advertisement
in another column.
Mu. A. T. Hartwell, nephew of Mr.
A. S. Hartwell, does not leave on the
Australia. He will remain in the
islands a few months longer.
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A complete and interesting ac
count of the trip of the Espioglu and
tho wreck of the bark Garston on
Starbuck island appeals clsewhcie.
Additional passengers leaving by
the Australia to thofco already pub
lished in these columns are Miss
Eddie, II. E. Frick, N. C. Heislor and
R. L. Auerbach.
Some of tho shipwieckcd sailois
leave on the Austnilia to-morrow for
San Francisco, and others on the
Mariposa for the Colonies. They
have been provided with clothing.
In the office of Wilder it Co. may
be seen an oil painting of Coco.inut
Island, Ililo, with Mauna Kea and
Mauna Loa in the distance, and the
Kinau at anchor in Hilo bay. It is
from the brush of D. Howard Hitch
cock, and a most artistic pieco of
One of the shipwrecked crew of
the Garston slipped and fell against
the handle of a gun on board the Es
piegle Tuesday evening, while at sea,
injuring his ribs. He was taken to
tho Queen's "Hospital soon after the
arrival of the Espiegle in port and is
Drill Co. A Honolulu -Rides,
ADVERTISING THE ISLANDS.
In front of Messrs. J. E. Brown
& Co.'s store may be seen a frame
7ft. Gin.x 9ft., containing 32 photo
graphic views 8xl2in. and one in the
centre 19x30in. Tho views are of
different scenes in tho islands and
ara tastily arranged. A number of
these framea are to be made and put
up in conspicuous places in the large
cities of the States, England and the
Colonies for the purpose of advertis
ing the islands. The frame, an oak
one, was made by the Pacific Hard
ware Co. and is artistically gotten
up, while the views were made by
Mr. Williams and consequently need
no comment. The whole thing is a
veryJine piece of work.
From Pomona, Aug. 11, it is re
ported as follows: There seems to
be no doubt that the American
Sugar Refinery Company is about to
establish its first beet-sugar factory
in Southern California at Chino, in
the Pomona valle3r, six miles from
this place. Richard Gird, a million
aire land-owner of this locality, is
now in San Francisco in connection
with the enterprise, and J. G. Ox
nard of the refinery company has,
during the past week, made the
seventh test of sugar beets planted
on the Chino ranch five months ago.
He finds that they average 18 per
cent sugar, whereas U per cent of
sugar in beets is demanded. Mr.
Oxnard has now gone to Germany,
and his brother, II. T. Oxnard, who
has been in that country for two
months, wjll come to Pomona valley.
It is generally believed that their
visits abroad arc to secure machin
ery for tho sugar factory.
The court of Pope Leo is said to
comprise 1,1G0 persons, nearly five
hundred of whom bear Hie title of
Chamberlain. Ho has twenty pri
vate secretaries in his employ.
Theiecord of tho steamer Aus
tralia on her first round trip to
Honolulu since tho renewal of her
engines and boilers by tho Risdon
Iron Woiks shows that San Fran
cisco mechanics can compete suc
cessfully with those of Great Britain
in marino engine building, When
ever tho United Stutes Government
is ready to encourage American
bteam navigation in tho Pacific, San
Francisco will be ready to build and
engine the ships. San Francisco
Her Return from the South
Seas-Two Islands Annexed,
Part of tlic Shipwrecked
Crew of the Bark Gur-
ston on Board.
A Boat with the Captain and 9 Men Missing.
II. B. M. S. Espiegle, Capt. A.
Clarke, returned to port yesteiday
afternoon from tho South Seas, after
an absence of a month, nil well on
board. Directly after the vessel
had como to an nnchoiago in the na
val row a Bulletin representative
boarded her, taking along a large
bundle of tho "Bulletin Weekly
Summary," including tho insurrec
tion edition, which the officers were
very pleased to receive.
The Espiegle left here July 27th
and wont to Ricrson Island aud
Humphrey's Island, both of which
weic annexed, the British flag being
hoisted and a royal salute fired. The
vessel also visited Penrhjni, Star
buck, and Maiden Islands. The
two islands annexed aro only twenty
miles apart. Pleasant weather was
experienced throughout the trip.
The Espiegle will piobably remain
in port for sjine time.
While nt Humphrey's island the Es
piegle found Chief Olllcer Geo. Davies
and twenty of the crew of the Brit
ish bark Garston which wa3 wreck
ed on Starbuck island July 17th.
Mr. Davics was intei viewed by the
Bulletin representative, aud he
very kindly gave the following par
ticulars of the wrecked vessel.
The Garston was a steel vessel of
1812 tons registcr,owiied by Messrs,
Leland of Liverpool, and left Syd
ney June 20th bound to San Fran
cisco with a cargo of coal. Expe
rienced moderate to fresh W. and
S. W. winds to Now Zealand. The
intention was to go by Pitcairn Isl
and, but easterly winds setting in,
shaped course for the Northern Pas
sage. On the night of July 7 tried
to sight an island about 400 feet
high, one of the Hervey group, but
failed. On the 17th, at noon, the
ship was going five to six knots. At
the relief of the watch at 8 p. rm.,
orders were given to the third officer
and the lookout to be on a close
lookout. About 10 p. m. Chief Of
ficer Davics was awakened by the
motion of the vessel. He ran on
deck and found she was ashore.
Captain Pye was giving orders to
back all the yards and tr' and get her
off. Found live fathoms under the
stern, four amidships and two in
the wake of the fore-rigging. While
in the act of squaring the fore yaid
the starboard fore lower topsail
brace got foul and they had to let
her go. The ship was thrown about
on the reef ,somuch so that the men
could not keep on their feet. The
vessel was making water fast, and
they were afraid she would turn
over. Orders were given to aban
don the ship. The whale boat was
put over first with five men, in
charge of Mr. Annerslcy, the third
officer; Provisions were also put
in. Tho gig was next launched, the
sailmaker in charge, with four men
and also piovisinns, a chart and
compass. After launching the life
boat a casktof water was put in her,
a compass and sonic nautical instru
ments, Unfoitunately, the water
cask was eapsizod and the compass
broken. The Captain left the ship
and took charge of the life-boat,
while Mr. Bruce, the second officer,
was placed in charge of the gig.
The boats kept close to the ship for
some lime with the intention of
boarding her at the first oppoitunity
to obtain more stores. The three
boats afterwards pulled towards
the N. E. point of the island
which vas found to be Star
buck. Tho gig made a little
headway but the whaler and life
boat drifted to the S. W. with a
strong current. The Captain called
to the gig and got into her. Besides
him there were in tho gig tho second
and third officers, sailmaker and
five men. Could not find a landing
on account of heavy surf. Night
coming on all the boats were order
ed to make for the ship. Stood off
and on until morning. When morn
ing dawned Starbuck island became
visible beyond the reef, but a stiff
breeze blowing and a henvy surf
breaking it was impossible to board
the meek. The three boats in close
company pulled all day in the burn
ing hot sun along the shore, but no
place could be found safe enough;
it was at last thought best by tho
Captain and mato to make an at
tempt to land. Night came on and
the gig which was in churgo-of Capt.
Pyo was lost sight of and not seen
again. The whaler and the life-boat
then mode fast together, T)o men
weio very tiled from having had to
pull all day. The two boats hove to
for the night. The following morn
ing no laud was in sight. It looked as if
thcie would he somo trouble between
the men in the whaler, hut it did not
amount to anything, ft was no moro
than a complaint against one for
not doing his duty. The whale boat
was found to be leaking so badly
that the men hi it were transferred
to the life boat, and the whaler was
abandoned. They pulled for twenty
eight hours without seeing any laud,
and there being a scarcity of water,
UOJSiLL,,UJ.U, H,, 1.,
it was pretty hard lines for the men
Besides this the life boat was look
ing and with twuntY'One men it
looked us if it would soon break to
pieces. Ropes wcie lashed around
to keep it together. Made a
mainsail with three gunnic bags, and
one shirt and tiforesuilof four shirts.
The stores consisted of 80 pounds
bread, n small ham, a Dutch cheese
and eleven 6-pound tins of meat.
The chart and nautical books were
with the Captain in the missing gig.
There was a compass in the life
boat, hut it was out of order. The
boat's position could not he deter
mined and it was only by a. mer,e
miracle that after ten days steering
southward land was sighted. When
neai ing the shore a canoo came out
containing some natives and told
the shipwrecked orew in pretty good
English thai it was Humphrey isl
and or Mnlahika, and bade them
welcome. Chief olllcer Davies cjot
into the canoe and went ashore to
icport to Mr. Ellis, a white settlor,
who was all kindness, and the in
habitants in general. The life boat
soon brought up alongside of tho
reef and tho weak and exhausted
crew were helped and assisted across
the reef to the beach. On landing
they were received with the gicatest
kindness by the natives of the vil
lage of Tukao. Having had but
little food and scarcely any water
during the ten days in the boat tho
men were so weak they could not
walk and had to he supported up
the road to the village. Food in
the shape of fish and cocoa nuts
was provided for them. They speak
highly of the treatment of the natives
who are very religious. The ship
wi coked crew patiently waited for a
passing ship. On August 8th the
American bark Hcspcr from Puget
Sound to Sydney passed the island
about ten miles off. Chief officer
Davics went out to her and tried to
persuade the Captain to take him
and his men to Sydney. After a
good deal of talk the Captain pro
mised to take Davics aud nine men.
He was asked to stand in a little
closer, and night coming on Davies
went ashore and proposed to be
ready to board her next morning.
But she cleared away during the
night. This contemptible action on
the part of the Captain of the Iles
per was loudly denounced by the
shipwrecked crow. However, the
following day II. B. M. S. Es
piegle arrived and communication
was soon had with her. The men
were all taken on boaid the warship
with tho exception of one who de
cided to stay on the island. After
leaving Humphrey island the Espie
gle shaped course for Penihyn in
search of the Captain and his boats
crew, but they weie not there. Star
buck island was sighted August 20th
and it was found that the bows of
the wrecked vessel nd half of the
fore mast were gone. The main ami
mizzen were standing. Nothing was
seen of tho. missing gig. Guns were
fired but no landing could be at
tempted. Maiden island was touch
ed on the 21st, but no news of the
missing boat. Tho 'Espiegle then
made for Honolulu. The shipwieck
cd men were well cared for on the
man-of-war, and have been taken
oare of by the- British Vice-Consul.
THE TRAMWAYS STOCK.
All of the -1000 shares of the Ha
waiian Tramways Co.'s stock allotted
to Honolulu has been taken. It is
held by forty-two stockholders, and
represents $100,000 of the total cap
ital of S32,000. After the auction
sale of a thousand shares, among the
first private purchasers of the slock
were native Hawaiians. The com
pany will have resident directors ap
pointed here, and it is understood to
bo its intenlion to consult the desires
of our public in operating the lines.
CLOSING OF MAILS.
The mails by the S. S. Australia
close on Friday the 30th at the Post
Olllce as follows:
Registered letters and parcel post
10 a. m.
Letters and papers 11a. m.
The black spot whlciTrecently ap
peared on the sun is 2-1,000 miles
wide. All things considered, that
is a very fair-sied spot,
TITOSQUITO Powder Urns in fancy
JLYJ designs, tor the economical burn.
Ing of tho Genuine Biilmch Insect
Powder, Jme bocn received by Benson,
Smith & Co. 337 lw
MR. DODD has just received ex
" Umatilla another lot of thai
" PHILADELPHIA L.U1ER BEER"
in kegs, which he is offering tn his
cimtniuorn. 833 lw
SIX First Class Dressmaker?. Apply
to Mrs. A. M. MELLIS,
837,0t No. 17 Emma street.
A GOOD Cook
who is willing to do
Inquire at tho Bul-
rpUKSDAY, between the Marine Hail.
X way and tho H. O. Cemetery, a
Gold Pin wilh tlirro corals in u grape
leaf. Kinder please return to this olllce
and accept reward. 8J7 St
AQU Alt TKHLY meeting of tho Board
of Trusties of the Queen's Hos
pital will ho held on SATURDAY, tho
7lh September, 1B0. at 10 o'clock a. m ,
at tho Rooms of the Chamber of Coin,
merco. Business of Importance Amend,
meat of the By.haws. Per order.
P. A. SCHAEFER,
330 lm - Secretary.
AUftUjSfl 29, 1889.
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- IT STANDS -a
ESMew York Goes Equitable by a Large Majority.-
iNo better example of tho estimation in which this great Company is
i.iri. nawiuuiii, ui mu Musiiiusi uuuo uy lbseu annus cmcr competitors
In New York n man can gut his information direct from tho llome Ofllcc of the largest companies,
re accurate opportunities of judging their respective merits than anywhere else. As a result in tho
and has more
wity ui uw xorit miring uic year iocs me jUquitaDlO wrote a larger amount of new business than was
written by its Two Largest Competitors Combined;-In the Stato of New York the Eauitablo
wrote 1 8i, 808,431 more Insurance than the aggregate of Us Two Largost Competitors Taken Together.
It did the Largest Business u the United States, as well ns in the "World at a time when all Companies
'-" -- VJVUIJT IIUITC K.J IU93 11
x..u reason wiry una universal verdict goes with the Equitable is on account of the Popular!
T 1 u -"oppmess ana xnirness oi its .business methods. As the Pioneer in
x "; nue oeen aim arc uemg extensively imitated by others, a most graceful tribute to their merit,
tie Equitable record for promptness in tins regard. The New Policy of the Equitablo just out is
(HKe a hank draft) a simple promise to pay and is without conditions on its back. .
B-Forfiill particulars call on
...w ...it uu ,vv j k. ajiiki jiiauitiiiLC m hi iiuiviiii- iiiiv uifiiiHV nrrninor immii ;vn
Win. II. TxVYIiOK, President.
Manufacturers of all
Engines & Boilers,
PIPE & FLUME,
;ons & Tanks,
Filter Presses !
Heine Patent Safety Uoilor,
2 Iloll & 3 Roll Mills,
SO?" Capacity ami trsnlti gua
Davidson Steam Pumps.
Specification of Boiler and Fixtures:
1 Boiler, 1 Steam Drum, 1 Breeching, 1 Smokestack, HOO feet Clalvanized Strand for Guys, 1 C.I. Front complete
1 1-oundBtion Pluto for front, 1 sot Orate Bars, for coal or wood; 1 Back Bar Bearer I AbIh G1o,W n IZi
Frame 1 Back Arch Plato, 1 sot Binder Braces and Bnl.a for brickwork; 1 Stand Ff back c, 1 of BoW 1 Steam
?Btt vftiTi ohiTvJSf GaUEC' co,"p,ulc' w,lh Co,un,n "ml3G-e c". iSftilMSs:,
Thesf Boilers are tested to 150 pounds hydrostatic pressure, and are intendedfor a
working pressuro of 100 pounds.
Boilers of the following sizes in Two Sheets keep constantly on hand ready for shipment:
OO inchcH. diameter x 1(
48 inches diameter x 10
gjF For particulars, apply
337 4fd-103 tf-w
tho Ilawaiinn Ulaudtj. In the
mutter of llio Baukroptcy of Rirhurd
Ciiyford, by whom aPctilon for mljiiili
callon was tiled on the 20th dnv nl An.
glint, 168!), in said Conn. Before Mr.
JiiBtloo liickerton. Tho 2Cth day of Au.
Upon rending the paid Petition, and
upon proof before mo taken, I do llml
that tho Paid KIOHAHD OAYKOHD
lina become a Bankrupt within the duo
Intent and inclining of Iho Act approved
on tho 2!)th day of August, 1884. entitled
"An Act to regulate proceedings in
Bankruptcy In tho Hawaiian Ifilumix."
And I do licioby declare and udjudgo
him Btnkrupt accordingly.
And I do further oidor that tho Credi
tors of tho raid Bankrupt come in mid
prove their debts before Mich Juitice of
Iho Supreme Couit as Miull bo Bluing In
Chambers nt A llioluui llulu. Honolulu,
on tho HOth dny of AuguM, 1889, be.
tween tho hours of 10 o'c lock in tho foro
noon and noon of iho tahl lay,aiul elect
one or more Assignee or Absignces of
the Mini Buukrimi't) estate.
And that notice thorgof ho puhlhhed
in tho Daii.V Dum.K'iin newspaper pub.
llshc 1 in Honolulu, In the KnglMi Ian.
And that tho fild Bankrupt shall
immediately Die with the Clerk of this
Honorable Court u schidulo of his Ore.
dltnra and Assets, as required by tho
IUCIID. P. BIC1CKUTON,
Justice of I lie Supreme Court.
Altes': J. II. UuiST, Deputy Clerk.
JJutcd Honolulu, August 21, 1889. i
HHHE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL 2d columns, purely local matter
Mailed to foreign countries, $5 per
Life Assurance Society,
THE UNETED STATES.
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ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
Cieneral Agent Kquitahle Life Assurance Society for the Hawaiian Islands.
S. E. Cor. HOWARD & BEALE
WAfPIHiHH's ..'-1 w
XOHIV DOYJEJR.. "oomfl. Hprrrkpln- Block.
Burmese Cheroots & Indian Tea
ACOSSIONMKNTnf Burmese Che.
roots, direct troni Haiigoou, also a
few boxes Indian To, for salo nl
J. E. JiKOWN & CO.,
28 Merchant street.
MR. ANTON VOQEn is not In our
iiiiiplnv anv more after this date.
tt E. IIOFFSOHLAKGKR & CO.
Honolulu, Aug. 24, 18S9. 1135 lm
brother Qustav Schuinnn will unt
for me durlni mi- nhsi-nm frnm
t , EMU, G. SOIIUMAN.
Honolulu, Ant;. "i 1H"9. UJ5 'Jt
ALEXANDER J. CnrtwriglM, V.tq,,
is authorized lo uci f r me under
full power of attorney during my au.
Huco from Urn Klneilnm.
GEORGE O. BEOKIEY.
Honolulu, Aug. si, 180. iMI lw
J fill iuu
of Piinaluu, Konhn, in.
tO leilVU for (!hlrm nn
tluiucamirnf Seplemtiir lfitli, desire
wiaiiiii iiiiis ualust lilm liopmentid
or. or hotnre September 10th. hue Tin
Wing wl!l collect till uccount9 dun tho
BuM O. Apmiu, y:m lw
During tho Yoar 1888,
Funds on Hand
Doc. 31, 1888, for
held, can bo (riven, than ot
tn their common home, tho citv of
ty of its
B. S. MOORE, Superintendent.
Steam Users, Attention !
Tho tngrnvinir. represents
our standard Boiler. Ihcso
Boikis aro made of clcel,and
the shell, us shown, being in
two pieces, the advantage of
this will ho readily appre
ciated by bteam users.
There are no seams in the
fiu' to leak, .nor loone riveU
to contend with, caused by
the continual expansion anil
contraction of tho pl.ito on
account of tho unequal dis
tribution of tho hunt under
the boiler, the bottom present
ing a smooth, oven surface
which cun he c.isily cleaned.
We pl.ice a manhole at the
back end above tho tubes,
and une in the front end
under tho tubes.
The front manhole gives
free access to the sheet over
the fire the vital part of
every boiler. This point is
often overlooked by purcha
sers, and boilers aro bought
with a Hinall hand hole, and
tho remaining space tilled
with tubes, which allows abso
lutely no access for cleaning,
and in a short time tubes and
sediment aro one solid mass ;
nnd instoad of gain in efli
ciency by a few feet of tube
surface, tho result is a posi
54 inches diameter x 1G feet loiiff.
42 inches diameter x 10 feet lonjr.
Honolulu. II. 1.
T?URNLSUED Rooms to let1,
A? Douiliwest corner of
Punchbowl nnd Hprctania
streets, would bo very convenient for n
small family. 255 Cm
Notice of Change in Man
DURI SG the nbHcuce of Mr. G. YIck
Leone, our Manuring Partner, from
the Kinudom, Mr. U, Din tflng will act
at Managing Partner for our firm, and
will have tho sune powers and author
Ity as C. YIck Leonir.
KWOKO HIP LUNG CO. .
Dated Honolulu, Aug. 2i, 1889.
NEW YORK LINE I
AN Al Vessel will be dcipatched for
Honolulu to leave New York In
all November For futlhcr information
apply to the Agents,
MKnans. W. II. OROS8MAN & BRO ,
77 & 79 Broad Bt., Now York City.
Or CASTLE & COOKE,
32T lm Houolulu, D. I,