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SATURDAY AUG. 31, 1889.
Btl V G Irwin 13 day from Snnrrnn-
Sohr Ev.i from Humboldt
Bark Finest Queen for San Francisco
StiurLchua for llamnkun
VESSELS LEAYINQ MONDAY.
Stmv Mokoltl for Molokal at 0 p m
Sttnr Ltkcllko for Maui nt 5 p m
Schr 0 II Tapper for Victoria U 0
From Sun Francisco per brig W G Ir
win, Aug 31 Miss Helen N orcimon,
Miss Helen lloppiu, .Mis Peter High,
Arthur Cn tic.
For San Francisco, per bk Forest
Queen, Aug .11 h W Holdswtitth imd
wife, Col b Norrls, W McCubhlu.
The Likcllkc is duo Sunday and the
Kilauca llou Tuesday.
The b Ig W G IrwiinCaptMcCulloch.
nrrivi'U this morning llftecn d iyt from
Snn Francisco with u cargo of general
merchandise ami 1-1 llat, one box nd 2
5eciIoii hand ears for the Oabu Hallway
:uid Land Company. apt McCulloc'li
reports ewlng -un Francisco the same
day as the s caniship Xustralla, and ex
perienced pli-as.mt weather diuhm the
trip. The Irwin is in the sticam ami
will dock at the Oceanic wharf on Mon
day. The Moko'li came lii'o port late la-st
evening mid then left again to complete
her usual route.
1IAXSWANN In this city, Aug. 30,
18S9, of paralysis, Mi s. L., wife of
Ulias. Q. Hausiiianu. aged 31 ycais
5 months and 20 days.
MAJOR PARKER INTERVIEWED.
"All Hawaii is greatly elated,"
said Samuel Parker, Sergeant on
King Kalakaua's staff, yesterday to
a reporter, "because of the great
sugar ci op. It is bigger this year
than has ever before been known.
It was estimated before I left that
the crop would reach 127,000 tons.
It is worth 8 cents a pound, too, so
you see how much money will be
received from it. It ought to make
"times very easy there. Sugar from
the Sandwich Islands is worth in
San Francisco only half a cent a
pound less than Cuban sugar is in
New Yort. It has been a good year
down there, and every planter in
the islands almost has a large acre
age of it. It will make money very
"The report that I am here as'the
financial agent of the King to raise
''money for him, so he can go to the
Pans imposition, is incorrect, lhere
is nobody here for that purpose. I
am on the King's stuff, and I think
I would know. I think it wan only
talk anyway, that he intended going
to Paris. How can he go? His
property is all mortgaged, and he
has nothing to give as security for a
loan. King Kalakaua, though, con
trary to all leports, ought to be out
of debt in a couple of years. His
salary is $25,000 a year and he gets
between $35,000 and $40,000 more
as rents from the crown lands."
Sergeant Parker is a native Ha
waiian. He and his uncle, J. P.
Parker, are the largest cattle and
ranch owners in the kingdom. His
daughters, Misses Eva and Helen
Parker, and Miss Mary Dowsett.are
now en route to Europe to complete
their education. J. P. Parker and
bis wife accompany them, while Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Parker will only
go East as far as Chicago. S. F.
Examiner July 31.
It has been found that a nickel
plated bullet will go plump through
a man, where one without will stop
short, and England will hereafter
nickel-plate all her bullets.
There is a giant rose tree in Roos
tocn, Holland, which has held 6,000
roses at the same time. The owner,
Mine. Rcgnen, considers it one of
the great wonders of the world.
The Canadian Anthracite Coal
Company's laud has been Bold to a
British syndicate. The lands sold
consist of 7,000 aores in the vicinity
of Anthracite and ConilF, B. C. The
purchase prico is $1,450,000.
Lord Salisbury says itis impossi
ble tp fix a limit to the English oc
cupation of Egypt. What England
gets hold of she keeps. It will be
very easy to stir up the tribes of the
Soudan whenever Egypt seems quiet
anough to withdraw the lliilish
troops. She is now actively engaged
in acquiring Pacific islands. We
may take a hint from the Egyptian
experience and scrutinize British
loans to Hawaii, or investments in
cable or other enterprises in that
group. Sun Francisco Bulletin.
T)AYMENT of the following Drafts
has been btopped
J. Hind on T. 11. Oavles & Co
101 Older W. U. Holmes, 334.50.
W. H. Hlokaril 011 F. A. bchnefer &
Co., Io 107 order
W. II. Itloknrd on
Co., No. 1030 order
W, II. nirltard on
Co., No. 156 order
Y. II. Holmes,
A. Schnefcr &
F. A. Hcluiefer &
W. 11. Holmes,
F. A. Belmcfer &
W. II. nickard on
Co., No. 1031 order
V. II. Holmes,
A. Mnore on V, G. Irwin & Co., No.
SH44 order W. 11. UolmcK. 28.in.
838 St H. HAOKFELD & CO,
IGDAl & GEHSBAt HEWS,
STUljiKjrn to Icntu telcmpliy nie
A NOTicn legarding tlio Wniinalu
rice plantation appears lsewhcro.
Engism: Company No. 1 pennant. i
flying to-day. Uhal menus bonie
thing. TitKun was quite u bright Hie in
the hills evening last back of the In
Mn. Chns. J. Fishel has had a
tremendous liui on his boy's clothing
department the past week.
Tun Owl is out sparkling all over
with hilt, u Inrge pioporlion of (hum
relating (o the Kite unpleasantness.
Miss Fanning'akindiugnilen school
opens at No. 182, King stieet, cm
Monday morning with seventeen
Tkespafsinu on the landsot Yni
mano and lloaeae lunches, Ewa, and
Wnhiuwa, Wuiunno uka, is stiictly
A list of goods just received by
Messrs. T. II. Davies fc Co. will be
found in a column advertisement in
another part of this paper.
On Wednesday, Sept. 11th, Mr. L.
J. Levey will sell 250 shares of the
capital stock of the lCawuiloa Kanch
Company of tho par value of $100
Mi:. J. F. Morgan will sell a quan
tity of old lumber in lols to suit at
tho Punahou Prepai.itory School
grounds on Tuesday, September 3d,
Tin: Hawaiian Quintetlo Club
gives notice in another column that
it is pieparcd to furnish vocal and in-t-trumciital
miibic for dancing parties,
Miss Helen Soienson, who has
been attending Normal tchool in
California the past eighteen months,
returned thib morning on the brig
W. G. Irwin.
Arrnn sonic minor business had
been transacted at the special meet
ing of Engine Co. No. 1 hibt evening,
the members adjourned to 5 o'clock
Mb. P. C. Jonos will slait a new
bookkeeping-class at the Y. M. C. A.
parlors at 7 o'clock Monday evening.
Young men intending to join should
be present at that hour.
The members of (he Hawaiian
band report for duty on Monday mi
ilrr the direction of Sergeant David
Naone. It will play at the Palace
and Mrs. Dominia' Pal.ima residence
in the moiniug, and Emma Square
in the evening.
Tun Kev. Alex. Mackintosh returns
from a three weeks' vacation on Kau
ai to-morrow. He will take charge
of the Ferviccs of the second congre
gation of St. Audiew'a Cathedral
during tho absence of Rev. George
Deputy Marh.il Hopkins armed
with a warrant made a laid on an
open den on Niui.inu street, between
King and Hotel sheets, hibt night
about eleven o'clock, captuiing ten
Chinamen, tonic opium and a laigc
quantity of biuoking paraphernalia.
Mn. J. II. Maby, manager of the
Volcano House, is in town. HcTe
ports the D.ma lake very active, and
changing moio or less all the time.
Ho thinks that befoic long there will
be one large lake. Much smoke is
issuing from around Halemaumau
and the Dana Lake.
Tin: Mokolii returned from Molo
kai last evening without having com
pleted her route. This was owing to
the fact that bhc came with all haste
with Mrs. Chas. G. Hansmann on
board who was very sick of paralysis.
Unfortunately the lady died before
the vcrsel had time to dock. Tho
funeral takes place thin afternoon at
three o'clock from the family resi
dence, 88 Beretania street.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Auction sale at the store of Mr.
J. F. Morgan at 7 o'clock, when
will be offered an endless variety of
fancy dress goods, silks and satins,
underwear, silk umbrellas, parasols,
gents' underwear, infants' wear,
silknnd tapestry rugs. Special ac
commodations will be piovided for
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Manowai, Joe Foga and Geo.
each to pay SO for
Manuel Jose charged with larceny
of 8100, the properly of AYf Powell,
was remanded to .Sept. 0.
Ten Chinese charged with baring
opium unlawfully in possession were
remanded to the 3d of Sept.
Love is blind, which may account
for tho spectacles young Uvurs some
times make of themselves.
It is the sins of other people that
self-appointed reformers make tho
most fuss about.
When a public man has lost his
grip, lie will not do much handshak
ing witli constituents.
At least five hundred American
panigrapheri have risen up and re
marked with one voice that Hou
lauger is in the bouillon.
She What does a Chinaman call
his sweetheart, I wonder. He
Dovey, I suppose. You know they
speak pigeon English.
Klhtliiida (to her dearest friend)
Oh, Amanda, darling I 1 can't
but spare a minute! I ouly just
ran iu to settle how old wo had bet
ter be this summer,
,. kkixit avi-iKvmi ttufsuujjU) sJ,.i ,t., AUausi hi, IBS).
PUHAHOU PflSPABATOHV 80H00L.
A tJntrnOlit AiMUioii tn the Hdiliol
Arcllllecliifo of Honolulu.
The next term of the Puliation
Preparatory ydiool will open on
Monday, September 0th. Since the
clo9ing of the school at the, end of
the last term tho building has under
gone a transformation, and is now
one of the most convenient and
commodious school structures in the
Kingdom. Yesterday afternoon a
Uui.i.r.riN lcprcscntalivc went over
the new building in company with
the Rev. W. C. Mcrritt, President
of Oalm College, and Mr. Hcdwurd,
one of the contractors. The old
building known as the Armstrong
house was two-story divided into
four rooms, two on the first Uoor
and two on the second. By lower
ing the second Uoor four feet, it has
given one line hall 38x43 feet with a
Uf teen-foot ceiling. The entiance
to this is from the front facing Ueie
Unia street and approached by a
broad flight of steps. There is a
wide veranda, the roof of which is
supported by strong pillars. Large
double dours swinging out admit
you to this due assembly room which
will be used by the piincipal, Miss
Malonc. Over the doors is a plate
glass transom on which will be
"Punahuu Preparatory School."
There are ten windows in this room,
and it is fitted all aiound with black
bomd"?. The ceiling is secured by
two heavy trusses which arc covered
by it. It is a line room in every
respect. At the rear on cither side
arc doois leading into a hail 51 feet
long, 10 feet wide, with a 12-foot
ceiling. This introduces to the new
addition. There arc entrances by
sliding doors up a four foot stairway
from either side. There i3 a win
dow at either end of the hall, and a
closet in the middle for books and
From the hall in the centre is a
five foot substantial stairway with
railings on either side leading to the
second story. It is an easy matter
to traverse this stairway owing to its
construction. At the head of the
stairs are drinkiim facilities. On
cither side arc two large bchool
rooms 2-1x40 feci, with nn abund
ance of light and fresh air. The
doois leading into these rooms
swing both ways so that a jam can
not occur. They are fitted up with
large closets and blackboards, and
painted a light drab with darker
trimmings tho effect is very nice.
There arc transoms over all the
doors, the matter of ventilation
having been given much considera
tion in the.construction of the new
On the first floor ou either side of the
stairway are doors leading into two
schoolrooms 24x30 feet with 12-foot
ceilintr. Thev arc litted up in the
same manner as the rooms upstairs
with the exception of the one on the
left side, which it is hoped may
possibly be used in the near future
for kindeigarten work. The lull
with be fitted up with hat racks.
The old building, which has been
turned into one loom, is built of
coral with a slate roof. The outside
walls have been thoroughly reno
vated. The new addition is of wood
with iron roof. The rooms are all
built of beaded tongue and groove.
The contiact for the woik was
awarded to Messrs. Walker & Red
ward for G,437, but as numerous
changes and additions have been
made the total cost will foot up to
nearly $7,000. Work was com
menced on July 8lh and has been
rapidly pushed forward since then,
and it is all completed but a little
painting. The contractors have ex
ecuted their work in the most faith
ful and creditable manner. Every
detail has been attended to with
thorough workmanlike skill. Presi
dent Merritt is very much pleased
with the school as it now stands,
and is loud in his praise of the
speedy and elllcicnt work of the
contracts. The time given to com
plete the work was August 28th, so
that with the extras and additions
Messrs. Walker & Red ward arc de
cidedly on time.
Outside of the building on either
side'is n tap with aitesian water for
drinking. This is thu gift of Dr.
J. S. McGrew. The grounds will
be thoroughly cleaned, the front
fence painted and everything ready
for tho opening on ScpU-mber 0th.
The staff will be the same as last
term with the exception that MihB
Carrie A. Oilman takes Miss Cham
STUDENTS lo luun Telegrnphy, male
or female For uilicular apply
ut the Hawaiian News Company's hioro
ALL peraons are strictly forhi lden
from Hhoothii; 'or trep$i-in on
the lsJinls nf Miiiimuo ami H'nirae
Ilanohvi, Kwa, anil Waliiun. WnUttttis.
liku A. J. CAMl'BBLL,
!i!0 lw Muii.i;cr.
O EG AUDI NO
the lice nlantHtion at
K.wa, O&lm. mil ice is
civen tint Ho Ou aid Miner Wu have
sold out their interest to the reniulninir
pnrtuer II o Yce, who will piy all dobu
of thu cnmpuny, ilia lva retiring
partucrd lining loji'onaiblu for their nuu
debts. HO YEE.
Ilinviiiiun Quintette Club.
niIIE above club will furnldi Vooil
X anil Instiunienlal Musio for par,
tics. Iiiuiik, diiieei', isle,, at flioit nniicr.
Onlerj left with Mra Ailtu, at J. J
Wllllnini.' btore, Fort street, will bo at.
tended to, IHO lw
. nwa,,.,g-MW '"H1
Tho lime for the little unlive ser
vice wis 10:30; liells began their
summons, but 1 delayed, thinking
that, as I could not understand the
language, it would ho best to go
only for the last part of tho service.
So I set out about 1 1. When I g,it
to church I was tho only person
theie so leisurely and late aic the
Hawaiians. By and by came in
some tall, giggling sdiool girls, then
three women with a baby, then (luce
men and the minister. At last wo
were nineteen, and the service pro
ceeded. The women look just
pleasant, good-natured creations,
handsome, large, fat, with a readj
smile; they have -beautiful curving
mouths, but cheap, unfinished eyes.
They lolled freely, and did not feign
more ntteution to the service than
they felt. (This was, a3 it weie,
only a small country out station.
In "Honolulu I found a large attend
ance of natives at church and -a keen
interest and devout behavior.) The
manners of both men and -women
arc simple and dignified. They
take no thought for to-morrow and
very little for to-day. "V by should
we bother? What (Iocs it matter?"
Mr. Sproull told me that an Hawai
ian did not much mind oven having
something deducted fiom his pay
when he shirked his woik, for the
man felt no poorer when threatened
with the deduction, and when pay
day came he gota good hit of mon
ey anyhow and felt rich. What a
native does dislike is to be
laughed at. Their ways arc very
unlike ours. For instance, a white
man wants to buy a horse, but the
native entirely refuses lo sell it till
a day comes when he wants some
money, pciliaps for hit child's birth
day feast. Then he accepts the
price offered, and it is agreed that
he is to bring the horso in a week
and be paid. But in two days he
comes back and says he cannot sell
it after all, because his mother-in-law
cried and did not want it to go.
At a later stage he again agrees
to sell, but the white man does
not get the horse, for when the
seller reaches homo another bujer
comes in and offers half the pi ice
that had been promised, und, the
money is paid down and the horsc
gone away with its new owner.
Nearly nil the natives make
speeches, but with little tnattcrin
them and full of negatives. "Wliat
do I say of Queen Victoria? That
she is a tall woman, with red hair
and lu&ks? No. Do I say that shu
lias only one lg? No." And so
on indefinitely. The Nineteenth
MOSQUITO l'.w ).t Vtm. in f.moy
ilL'Mgn-. fm die icuno'iiicil bum
ini; of the (!i 11'iiri I'u'uuli Iu'eet
I'o derail u been iceeu'il by I5N M)ii,
Smith fc ( 0, :j!7 lw
MEETING of die Pint Division
of tin: i.iliiiokuljni E'iuculomil
!ocietv will 1) Iielil ut Washington
Plioe, MONDAY, heptenber 'J:,il, fit !
o'clock P M. liiS'.l 21
DURING my aba Mire from the King
dom V O ami h, On. . v, ill act
lor me umlcr pouci of inoini'v
.1. M. LTD GATE.
Honolulu, Aig.!)9, lbi. -:U')2t
TUESDAY, licfveen the Marine Hail,
uny md the I!. O. Cemetery, a
(o'd Pin with throe corals in 11 irrnpc
leaf. FiniliT plinse riturn to tliis "lilcn
ttnil accept toward. 317 !!t
LTR. ANTON VOGEL U not in our
JL rniplnv nn ill re ffier thi date.
E. HOFFSCIILAEGBIl & CO.
Honolulu, Aug. 21, 18S9. '.:jr, lm
MY brother Gutnv Schuman will net
for mo tlutini' my absence irom
thii Kingdom. (S
EMU G. SUIIUMAN.
Honolulu, Aug. ,'1, I81II. u'M 3t
ALEXANDER J, Curlwrighl, Esq.,
is uitliorii'd 10 net for inu under
full power of iitioincy ilurin my ab.
aencu from the Kinmlniii.
GEOItOB O. BECKLEY.
Honolulu, Aug. at I8'!i. ii-U lw
f A FAN A,
Piinnlun, Kooli'i, in
to ltavo for China on
llui tlvumcr of r'epteiiihir inth. (lexlC'i
lliitt all hills auin.-t him ho preamiltd
or, or befoio Sepiu'inlicr intli. SnuTlu
Win;.' w' 1 collect nil accounts iluu the
tiiitl C. Apiimi. 'X)i lw
AQUAUTEULY ineiiinrj-f the Uoird
ofTruni.es of thy tliiuu'j Hut
lilttil will huhtld on SATUUHAY, thu
7ili rjepleinlier, 18"9, at 111 o'clook a v,
at the Hooniif of ilio ChunUcr of Coin
uicrce. Uui-lni'Mof liiipurtiiuce Aiuuml
munt of tlie Uy.l.itws, lVi or for.
F. A. tiCHAEFKll,
A NN U A L BI E ETIN G.
TBMIE iimiunl meeting of the (.teclt.
X liolderd of tho Mutual Telephone
Co. will lm held n '.VEON'ICSDAY,
feoptcmbcr thu llih, ul 11 o'clouU . m.,
t the Couipjiiy's Imllilliit'.
O. O. BEKGKH,
U8U til fiecrctnry Mmual Ttlu Co.
rpHE MeirygorouaJ at WalLiki will
X iuii tonight. US0 It
JT STANDS a
5STew York Goes
No belter example of the estimation in which this great Company is held, can be given, than by a com
parative statement of the business done by itself an 1 its chief competitors in their common homo, the city of
New York. In Now York a man can git his inform.Uiu.i direct from the Homo Olllcc of the largest companies,
and has more accural c oppoitunitics of judging their respective merits than nnywhero else. As a result in the
City of Now York during the year ltftfd thu GauUflblO wrote a larger amount of new business than was
written by its Two Lai'ictt Compti;oiii Coiliniiiod. in tho Stats of New York the Equitable
wrote Si,fS0d, -131 more Insurance than the aggregate of its Tvo Largest Competitors Taken Together.
It did the Ijai'pest HusineSu in tlm "United otatcs, as well as in thu "World at n time when all Companies
were straining every nerve to pass it.
The reason why this universal verdict gucs with the Equitlblc is on account of the Popularity of its
Plants and the JPronrptucss ;md Fairness of its I5usines3 Methods. As the Pioneer in reforms its
Policies have been and arc being ccieiis'vely imitated by others, a most graceful tribute to their merit.
The primary object of Life Insurance h to provide ready money against death. No Company can approach
Hie Equitable" record for promptness in this regard. The TTow Policy of the Equitablo just out is
(liko a bank draft) a simple promise to pay and is without conditions on its back.
CSJ-For full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CAKTWRIGHT,
3110 lin" General Aaent Equitable Life Assurance Society for the Hawaiian Islands.
Wm. II. TAYLOIJ, President.
b;Ia A la s is iv-1 a m h n &l
M.mufncluier3 of nil
Hiigincb it lloilers,
PIPE & FLB6SE,
QiiBflrapIe Ett !
Cooler Wagons fc Tnnku,
Heine l'.iltnt Safety IJoiler,
EST Capacity anil t csuls tftta-
2 P.oll & 3 Roll Mill,
Davidson Steam Pumps.
Specification cf Boiler and Fixtures:
1 IJoiler, 1 Steam 5)rtim,. 1 Jirccching, 1 Smokeslack, l!00 feet Galvanized Strand for tiuyn, 1 C.I. Front, complete;
1 Foundation l'l.ite fur front, 1 sit Grate llnr-, for co.il or wood j 1 Hack Hiir Ho.iier, 1 Ash Cleaning Doorand
Fiame, 1 ll.ick Aicb Fl.ilo, 1 tet Binder Unices and Units for biiekwork, 1 Stand for h.ick cud of Boiler, 1 Steam nj
Gauge for Syphon, 1 Glut.s Water Gauge, complete, with Column and I! Gauge Cocks; 1 S.ifclv Yahc, 1 Fccd'Valvo,-"
1 Blow-oil' Valve, 1 Cheek Valve.
These Boiloro arc tested to 150 pounds hydrostatic pressure, 'and are intended for a
working pressure of 100 pounds.
Boiler.? of tho following bics in Two Sheets keep constantly on hand leady for hipment:
incites (lisunctor :c 1(
iucht.'.s aiumclor x 1 (
&S3 For paiticulars, apply
8157 4t-d-103 tfl-w
.x&x, IUItNIsHEO Booms to let.
tiari01 -- somliwest corner of
Zt!33SC; J'linrlihiiwl ami Jierct.mhi
btnst'ia, vfoiild be voiy conveiiieni forn
Eliiull family UoZ Cm
Notice Of 0iii!O
HI S'G tlienl ijijncfl nf Mr. O. Yiek
eon?, our iimiigiiigiMrttur, iipm
the Kingdom, M . y. lliu sing j1l net
a Maungiim 1'irmnr f.ir our linn, auil
will liiiv, iIihb mepoer,i mid author,
ity M C. Y'ek l.""nir.
KWONO. 11 1 LUSO CO.
Ditoil ilunuliibi. Auf.'. '.'.', IsfO.
N Al Vessel will
hu iluiptiloliul for
XX Hfiiolntit t-i
leave Nuw York in
all Novciubtr ' For futihur lulimuiori
npjily to ihu Aguuts,
Mutffw. W. H. CHQISMAN i"fc DUO ,
77 A ?J Dro.tii mi , Ke York City.
327 lm Honolulu, II. I.
THE UNITED STATE?
VMS- ( 5tSJ A
Equitf.bio by a Large Majority.
1 li'Ss3- a 5'i
int.' ' i
TO Ti 1! if'' W J OitT. J'-J
foot ln:i. . fi-J incites tliamotor x 1( feot lonff.
fooL long. J a jiujlios (liumstor x 1(5 feet long.
JOHN "OTTlEJa, ,too,,&.'riIf.,",ork,
WestermayBr's Celebrated Uprights !
& C. FISCHER PBAWOS !
JSOUDOIIt UI'IUGUTSm CAHINET Ul'KIGlirS.
Oilier PIANOS of Well-knowu American Factories on the Way.'"
FOll SALE AT JlANl'FACTl'IlEH'S PRICES BY
rid. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co..
!52.ri lin King nnd Iletliul Streets. '
k?- tflSOUKR PIANOS -st
tenowned for Tone and Durability !
80,000 In Usei "UA,tASSiF0" Established 1840
ENDORSED BY THE FOLLOWING ARTISTS:
Kl'OK.NT. T may r.u,
CI.AHA I.OUIBi; ICr.M.OfHI,
$t&" Va, or wiito fur I'rttn'oguc,
During tho Year 1888,
' 3153,933,635.00 !
Funds on Hand
De'c3.31, 1888, for
K. S. MOOItE, Superintendent.
pi i we ifunnai
SEA.LE Sts., S. F.
Steam Users, Attention ! z
The ingr.iving represents,
our standard lloilets. These
Boilers aus iniiile of steel, and
the shell, as shown, being in
two pieces, the advantage of
this will be readily appre
ciated bv ste.im ii'-ers.
There arc no beams in tho
lire to leak, nor looso riets
to contend with, canted by
the continual 0:; pant-ion and
contraction of tho plate ou
account of the unequal dis-
tributiou of the beat under
the boiler, the bottom present
ing a smooth, even surface
which can be eihily cleaned.
Wo place a manhole at the
back end nbovu thu tulen,
and one in the fiont end'
under tho tubes.
The front manhole give
free access to tho .huet over
tho lire the vital part of
every boiler. TJiis point -i -often
overlooked by purcha
sers, and boilers 111 e bought
with a small hand hole, and
the lcmaiuing space tilled
with tubes, which allowd nbso-
lutely no access for cleaning,
and in a short time tubes and
sediment arc one solid mass;
and instead of gain iu effi
ciency by a few feet of tube
surface, tiic result is a posi
FOR THIS CLIMATE.
Ivan E. Mokowabki,
.VlUftilO lIJ'.PAXML,IIi:NfX1' -a
HAWAIIAN NEWS COi.uw
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