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MONDAY, SKIT. 23, 1889.
Stmr Mlknlmla from Kauai
Ktmr J A Cummins fiom Koolau
Schr Kniilllim from Kauai
il It M S l'pleglc fiomllanalcl
Slmr Kil.iuea Ilou from Uiuuakun
Schr l.cahl ft out ICulmla
II IJ Si's 8 Kongo from Japan
Schr ICuwallani for Itoolnu
Schr Wulmnlu for Oiioiucu and l'ohoikl
Stmr Likellko for Staui at fi p m
Slmr Kaalafor ICaual
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal at 5 p in
Schr Luku for llamakua
Schr Sarah & KUza for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Slmr Klnau for IUlo anil way ports at
2 p in
Schr Haleakula for I'cpeckeo
Stun- Sllkahala for Kauai at 5pm
Stmr Kilauca Hon for Hamakua at 5
Stmr J A Oiuimiiiis for Koolau ut 1) a in
Stmr Walaleale for Kilauca and Hatia-
lcl at 5 p in
Schr Mot Wall Inc for llamakua
From Kauai per stmr Miltthnla, Sept
2211 C Uamllcld. S Mueaulcy, Mr
Hume, J Kaac and wife, Sirs W Weight
and child, Sirs F Brown, Sirs l' J King,
A Dreler and sou. Miss i-charsch, 11
Anahu, 11 Wood, I. SI Vctlc-on, Miss A
Johnson, -1 Chinese and -17 deck.
The steamer Iwalaul will leave on
Wednesday moruingfor llamakua ports.
Tlio schooner Lcnhl arrived tilts
morning from Kona with -lOeoidsof
The steamer Kilauca lion brought 050
bags sugar from llamakua.
The hark 0 O Wliitinore will leave for
the Sound on Wednesday.
The .las A King is still in the stream,
waiting for a berth.
The steamer Siikahala brought on
Sunday from Kauai 770 bag- sugar. 110
bags rice, 170 bales wool, 151 sheep, 11
horses, and 10 hides.
HACKENZIE-KEUTEU In Honolulu
September 21st, by the Key. II. II.
Parker, J. F. Mackenzie to Nellie
3j. Renter, both of liana, Slaui.
McTIGHE In Honolulu, September
20th, to the wife of Thomas P. Slc
Tighe, a son.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Mass meeting at the Skating liink
Band concert at Emma Squaro,
Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping class,
Harmony Lodge No. 3 I. O. of O.
F. at 7 :30.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a public concert this evening
at Emma Square, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following" is the
March Crown Prince Krai
Overture Semiramide Jtossini
Finale Tannliauser Wagner
Selection Bohemian Girl Balfe
Like ho a Like, Sloaula, Nua o Palai.
Selection Reminiscences of All Na
Fantasia Mill in the Forest.. Ellenberg
Waltz Vienna Chronicle Strauss
Quadrille Tnllpatan Offenbach
AN INTERESTING CAME.
There was quite alarge attendance
at the game of baseball Saturday
afternoon, ntMnklki, between teams
representing the houses of Thco. II.
Davies & Co., and the Pacific Hard
ware Company. The former team
worn in blue and white, the latter in
grey and red. Some good playing
was Bbown by both teams. At the
end of the eighth innings, the score
was even. The Dairies nine entered
upon their ninth innings and made
three runs. The Hardwares had
two men out and then scored four
runs, winning the game amid much
excitement. Benny Baldwin of the
Stars pitched several innings for the
Hardware team. Robert Parker of
the Honolulus olllciated as umpire.
Following is the score by innings:
Davies nine 0 3 C 0 1 0 0 2 3-15-Hardware
nine 10 2 0 0 3 0 0 4-1 G
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Nineteen drunks had lo pay the
Panaewa for violation of Rule 25
express regulations was fined 10
with 81.30 costs.
Ah Lung wai fined S50 and sen
tenced to one hour's imprisonment
at hard labor for having opium un
lawfully in possession.
John Hanson forfeited bail of 810
on a charge of disturbing the quiet
of the night.
Charles Bolabola was sentenced
to threo months' imprisonment for
escaping from prison and also three
more months for larceny of clothing.
The husbaiuTwho shoots hl3 wife
first and himself subsequently con
tinues to bo heard from. The re
peated suggestion that lie shoot him
self first, and his wife afterward does
not seem to catch on.
MR. DODD Iws just received ex
"Australia" another lot of tl'iu
' PHILADELPHIA LAUKK BKLH"
in kegs, which he is offering to his
customers. J53 1"
& GENERAL HEWS.
A small furnished collage or
rooms are required.
A younci woman advertises for a
Chief Justice Judd presides at
Chambers this week.
Tiikki: are six man-of-war vessels
in port at the present time.
ttacnxi: Co. No. I will have drill
Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock.
II. 11. SI. S. Esi'iKCH.K is back from
her cruise around the island of Kauai.
Tub Kiuau sails at 2 o'clock to
morrow afternoon for Maui, Hawaii
and tlie Volcano.
Tiik 11. SI. S. S. Zealahdia is due
on Saturday from San Francisco en
route to the Colonies.
The Hawaiian Hand gives a con
cert at Emma Square this evening.
At 10 o'clock to-morrow morning
Sir. Morgan will sell 100 boxes fresh
California apples at his salesroom.
Tut: Board of Health lias a notice
in our By Authority column rcgaid
ing tenders for supply of drugs, etc.
A unoKi'TioN and ball will bo given
at the Hawaiian Hotel Friday evening
in honor of Admiral Kimberly ami
1'ai.au, tlio native soldier who was
shot at the Ivakaako battel y on the
17th, died Friday night from Hie in
juries and was buried Saturday.
Look out for tlio Bulletin Weekly
Summary to-morrow. It will contain
thirty-live columns of interesting lo
cal and island news. Order early.
Tin: Auckland Herald reports that
ex-King Maliotoa twice attempted
suicide by jumping overboard during
the voyage of the German warship
Wolf from Jaluit to Apia.
Api'I.es giown at Ellcnsberg, Kitt
itas County, Wash., are on exhibition
in the window of the Hawaiian News
Company's store. They were brought
here by Mr. SIcCandless. .
Sin. Walter Jones, who arrived from
San Francisco on the Australia, has
been appointed stenographer in the
Supreme Court. He was recommend
ed by Dr. Beldcn, his predecessor.
Tiik Hawaiian Commercial and
Sugar Company has declared tlio
regular monthly dividend of 30 cents
per share, payable October 1st. At
latest date the stock was quoted at
Tins evening a mass meeting, ad
vertised in another column, will bo
held on the Chinese amendment
question. There will be brief addres
ses from men representing different
The ship Carnarvonshire, that
sailed hence for Howland Island last
year, waB kept off the island seven
months by bad weather, so reducing
her stoics that she had to run to
Auckland for fresh supplies.
The India tea lately introduced by
Messrs. J. E. Brown & Co. is very
well liked by many who have tried it.
Less of it is required to the cup than
China or Japan tea, and to some
tastes the flavor is peculiarly agree
able. It will be remembered that some
time ago tho Union Feed Co., with its
usual enterprise, distributed a largo
number of small memorandum books.
Recipients thereof requiring duplicate
insides can obtain them at any time
by applying at the company's office,
Sru. J. F, Mackenzie, book-keepor
at liana plantation, Slaui, and Sliss
Nellie L. Router, daughter of the De
puty Sheriff of liana, wore unitud in
marriage Saturday evening at tho re
sidence of Sir. B. Ordenstcin. Tho
ceremony was performed by the Rev.
H.ll.l'arker, pastor of the Kawaiahao
Hon. John A. Cummins gavo ft"
dinner party at his residence Satur
day evening lo celebrate his return
homo from Europe His Majesty
the King, Capt. Houdlctte of the
Australia, and Sir. and Sirs. Geo. C.
Beckloy were among those present.
The Hawaiian Quintette Club fur
nished nuibic during the evening.
II. 1. J. SI.'s training ship Kongo,
Capt. K. Samoshima, arrived this
morning, -12 days from Japan. She
is 2218 tons.cariii'bciglit Krupp guns,
and has a complement of 325 men
including -10 cadets. Capt.T.Tanaka,
a Japanese naval inspector, is on
board, The Kongo will remain hero
threu weeks. On coming into tlio
harbor oho saluted tho Hawaiian Hag
and also Admiral Kiniberly's ilag.
SUPREME COURTHVT CHAMDERS.
IHCfOHE M'CL'MA, J.
Satuiuuy, Sopt. 21.
G. R. Keomaka v. II. B. Lolie
laui and Kalaoa. Ejectment. As of
July term, 1889. Defendant's mo
tion for a new trial. Heard and de
cision reserved. W. C. Achi for
plaintiff; S. K. Kaue for defend
ants. JIEKOItr. juuu, c. J.
Monday, Sept. 23.
In re bankruptcy of S. Kapela of
Ivawailiae, Hawaii. Petition of SI.
Phillips & Co., as creditors, for ad
judicating of bankruptcy. Return
day. Adjudged a I'ai'kriipt, and
Wednesday, October 2, 188U, ap
pointed tor proof of claims and elec
tion of assignee. Cecil Brown for
The (Statu nml Honolulu; Kutrrlnin
ril nt Wnlnlno liy Mr. Inenlicrc
A JKInc Z'rnst.
On Saturday evening Mr. Paul
11. Iscnberg gave a luaw at his resi
dence, Waialne, in honor of the
Stars and Honolulus of the Hawaii
Baseball League. The house is
very pleasantly situated within a
stone's throw of the seashore. A
large lanai had been erected on one
side of the house and was most
beautifully decorated inside with
evergreens, Hags and llowcrs. At
tho upper end was hung a framed
photo of the champion Stars. Two
tables running the entire length of
the lanai were loaded down with
good things. There was everything
one could imagine to constitute a
truly Hawaiian feast. The tables
looked very pretty, decorated as they
were with ferns. Mrs. Mary Ailau
had charge of the getting up of the
feast and it was exceedingly credit
able to her.
The Hawaiian band under direc
tion of bandmaster Berger was sta
tioned in front of the house and dis
coursed excellent music during the
repast, also before and after. The
invited guests began to arrive soon
after four o'clock. The Honolulu's
team were driven to Waialac in a
wagonette, while the Stars occupied
one drawn by four horsc3, the ve
hicle being decorated profusely with
llowers and evergreens, stars pre
dominating. Each member wore a
brown plug hat with u lei around it.
Mr. E. R. Sliles, of the Hawaiian
Hotel Stables, furnished the four-in-hand
out and back for the Stars
As the guests arrived they
were welcomed by Mr. Iscn
berg wh made everyone feel
quite at home. Those present
were His Majesty the Xing, attended
by Mr. J. W. Robertson, Acting
Chamberlain; Hon. W. F. Allen,
Prosidenl, and Mr. Jas. G. Spencer,
Secretary, of the Hawaii Baseball
League ; Hon. Paul Neumann, Lieut.
J. M. Hutchison, II. B. M. S. Caro
line; Paymaster John Corwin, U. S.
S. Nipsic; Slessrs. II. F. Glade, IS.
Muller, C. O. Berger, T. E. Evans,
Geo. E. Boaidinan, W. E. Wall,
Major Seward, Major W. II. Corn
well, Messrs. Chan, and Chas. Wil
der, B. and E. Baldwin, E. Wode-
house, W. A. Kinney, A. Perry,
J. O. Carter, Jr., J. W. Winter, E.
F. Bishop, II. Overdid and L. G.
Torbert of the Stars baseball club ;
Messrs. II. SI. Whitney, Jr., Hay
Wodehouse, Robt. Parker, Fredcn
berg, W. and A. Lucas, F. B. Oat,
J. II. Fisher and W. F. Thrum of
the Honolulu baseball club ; Messrs.
T. F. Lansing, A. Rosa, II. von
Holt, II. F. Hebbard, II. Turton,
A. Rowat, E. II. Burrell,-J. Davis,
R. L. Auorbacli, K. R. Miles, and
Wray Taylor of the Bulletin.
Shortly after five o'clock, the
guests sat down to the feast, His
Slajesty at the head of one table,
Hon. W. F. Allen at that of the
other. After ample justice had been
done the many good things, Sir.
Isenberg rose and proposed the
health of His Majesty the King, the
band playing Hawaii Ponoi.
His Majesty, after thanking the
company for their kind expressions,
related an instance of how they used
to play ball when he was a boy,
stating that if any dispute arose
it was generally settled by the Cap
tains of the teams. Sometimes there
was a regular set-to. He hoped
baseball would always continue to
incite a friendly challenge as long as
the League continued. He did not
think if a team came from the States,
that they would be able to'score a
victory. His Slajesty, before sitting
down, proposed the health of "our
host," who had provided such a
bountiful feast which everyone pre
The toast was enthusiastically re
ceived, the whole company rising
and singing, "For he's a jolly good
The next toast was tho President
of the Hawaii Baseball League.IIon.
W. F. Allen (a voice "The father
Sir. Allen, who was received with
applause, said he was not so old as
to be the father of baseball. He
could say that great interest was
taken in the game on the islands,
and particularly among the ladies.
He was very anxious to keep tho
game up, and also the good feeling.
He hoped that next year they would
have many good games. lie pro
posed the health of the Umpires.
Calls for Mr. Geo. E. Boarduiau
brought that gentleman to his feet.
He said that the umpire was the
worst abused man in the community.
He was responsible for a great deal
that ncvev happened. It was a very
difficult position, as an umpire had
to please both nines, mid at the same
time do justice to them. He pro
posed the "Champion Stars."
This toast was .responded toby
W. A. Kinney, who said that he
thought a great deal of sport. It
might be that next year a Hawaiian
team would carry off the honors.
He did not think that the Stars
were going to twinkle as they did.
The Houelulus, in II. M. Whitney,
Jr., had got a leader who was a
prince among baseball men. On
bchulf of his colleagues, he (Sir.
Kinney) thanked them sin
cerely for all that had been done for
llicm that night. Sir. Isenberg had
been the first gentleman to give them
public recognition, and he hoped
Ids kindly face would be often seen
amongst them, and that he would
back up manly sport. Sir. Kinney
I then proposed the health of the Ho
HONOLULU, If. 1., StiP'riilMHlilK till, 183).
nolulu Baseball Club. (Calls for
Whitney, the prince.)
Sir. II. M. Whitney, Jr., said he
had not been In the speechifying
business as long as Sir. Kinney, and
he was not going to put up any pol
itics. He thanked I lis Slajesty for
the interest, he took in all kinds of
sport; Sir. iscnberg, for inviting
and treating his team as they had
never been treated before, also the
President of the League and tho
umpires. The Honolulus had done
their best lo win and Ihcy congratu
lated the Stars, on winning the
championship after a hard fight.
In response lo numerous calls
Sir. Chan. Wilder ro3c, aud said he
was like Whitney,no public speaker.
He thanked them all for honors con
ferred. He had done his best as a
ball player, and his club had come
out ahead. He did not think that
was due any more to his playing
than the rest of the boys. He pro
posed tkc toast of the guests here
At this point Mr. Jas. G. Spencer,
the holder of the league's cash,
jumped up and said that they had
been puffing up the umpires, and
yet not one had been killed or
maimed during the season. He
then startled the company by giving
particulars of a recent discovery of
the North pole.
Hon. Paul Neumann replied to
the toast of the guests in his usual
felicitous manner. As long as an
honest game was played he would
say, Godspeed to the game of base
ball, it would make men of- them.
He referred in amusing terms to the
recent game between the hackdriv
ers, of which he was a witness. He
had seen excellent games in Califor
nia. The umpire was the man out
siders depended upon. Let the
sport continue, it had taken a world
wide hold, lie asked them to drink
to the noble game of baseball, the
American game. (Cheers.)
Mr. E. F. Bishop proposed "The"
Ladies," who had attended the
games. (Calls for Major Cornwell.)
Slajor Cornwell said he never
went back on the ladies, but when
he saw so many young men present
he could not see why he should be
called upon. He asked Mr. Harry
von Holt to respond.
Mr. von Holt said he had got
nothing to do with the ladies. (Sen
sation). He did not know what to
say, aud they ought to call on some
one with more experience to res
pond. He had not been here so as
to see what interest the ladies look
in the games. However, he could
not help but say, God bless the la
dies. He then proposed the "Scor
ers," saying that if it had not been
for them the Stars would not have
Sir. John W. Winter said he was
not Jim, the penman, but he had
kept the records of the season's
games. On behalf of Sir. G. K.
Wilder and himself he thanked them
for the honor and assured them they
had done the best they could this
year. He concluded an amusing
speech by proposing "Tin: Daily
Bulletin, the friend of baseball, a
paper which upheld the manly
Sir. Wray Taylor of the Bulixtin
staff responded to this toast. He
had attended nearly all the games
under the auspices of the league,
and the Bulletin was the only pa
per that had published the full score
of all the games. When the season
opened next year they would find
the Bulletin on deck again. He
thanked them for their kind expres
sions. The next toast was Bandmaster
Berger and the Hawaiian band, for
whom three hearty cheers were
Mr. Berger said he had witnessed
baseball games 'during his visit to
San Francisco, and the clubs over
there bungled and muffed in their
play. lie hoped they would not
introduce coaohing at the games in
Honolulu, it was worse than the
The last toast was the Hawaii
The company then retired from
the lanai and for the next hour were
entertained with excellent music,
vocal aud instrumental, by the Ha
waiian band. Slessrs. Isenberg and
Bishop also sung songs. A heavy
shower of rain came on which some
what delayed the departure of the
guests. All went away loud in their
praiso of the magnificent hospitality
of lhegenerous and affable host,
Sir. Iscnberg, and the occasion was
one that will long be remembered
by those present.
T)Y a Man recently from
tlio Statcx a
xj situation as
a house servant, will
ing lo make himself generally useiul.
Address "B," this office 350 3t
A SITUATION by (V
to do liclil housework or luku care
of children. Call or address "A," cor.
ner Merchant and AUkca streets.
ANYONE having a 8x10 Camera,
anil desirous of selling the sumo
can hear of a purchaser by addressing
"Camera," this office. 357 If
WANTED to RENT
CSlAUi Furnished Collage,
i-r"-5 kJ or 2 or 1) Furnished
Kooms, about 10 minutes
from Pojt Office. Statu terms.
35U JK G. II.
'PHE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
JL "Tho Dally Uullctlu." GO ceu's
MASS MEETING !
A MARS MEETING WILL BE
HELD AT THE SKAT
This - Monday - faing,
Sept. 23rd, nt 7 ;30 o'clock.
IN SUPPORT OF A PROPOSITION
TO SUBSIIT TO THE VOTERS,
THIS ELECTION, A CONSTITU
TIONAL AMENDMENT RELA
TIVE TO THE CHINESE.
gjtT All Invited I mgCt
T ARTIES havine Union Feed
JL Tablets, can have duplicate
sides, by applying at tuo
otllcc, comer Queen and
GOLD Scarf 1'in and Scarf, be
tween town and Waikikl. Finder
will please return to this offlcc. Reward.
A S HEAD Luna on a plantation. Ha
3l. had 0 years experience In .Jamaica
aud 8 years on these Island. Address
A. Rr. IIEWETT,
358 3t Buli.ktin Otllcc.
MR. ANTON VOGEL is not in our
employ any more after this date.
E. I10FFSOI1LAEGER & CO.
' Honolulu, Aug. 21, 18SU. 335 lm
DURING my absence from tho King
dom my son George Brims will
act for me in all matters of business
under full power of attonioy.
J. II. URUNS.
Honolulu, Sept. 21, 13S9. :J58 lw
TOURING my temporary absence from
J tliu liiui'uom my oroiiier William
C. King will attend to all matters of
business for nie under a power of at
torney. T. J. KING.
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 1839. 357 31
Secondhand Kioou's Patent Filler
l'rese3, as cood as new, havinir
been used but a few mouths; 2, 42
Chambers, 3, 30 Chambers, 8 Second
hand Clnrlflcrs, 800 gallons capacity
ench. This machinery has been thrown
out of use by the Diffusion Process
being introduced; and is ollered for
sale at very low prices. For particulars
.1. N. S. WILLIAMS,
Fort at., Honolulu. P.O. Box 380.
NEW Wilcox & White Parlor
Organ with eight stops. Suitable
for school or church. A flue instru
ment. Apply at 07 Punchbowl street,
opposite N. P. Mission InBiltutc. 273 tf
FIBST - CLASS
Phauton hi per-
order. Apply at
European Billiard Parlors.
THE Handsomest Billiard Parlors in
the city, and fitted up In the moat
approved style. Four tables with all the
J. 1'. BOWEN & CO.,
270 tf Proprietors.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
Tim Al Steamship
Will kavo Honolulu for the nhnvo
Friday, Sept. 27th,
Foi Freight or PiiBinge, apply to
WM. Q. IHWIN & CO., Agents.
Tho Nippon Vimen IIuIhIiu'hAI
'J,r00 Ton3 Hogister.
Will l.nduo hero October 2, I860, and
will leave lor thu above ports
ou or about thu
7th October, 1889.
SOT For freight or passage, having
supuiiorcahlu and Bltcrago accommo
dations, apply to
Wm. 0. IEW1N & CO..
357 tf Agents.
OPINIONS - OF
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF THE UNITBD STATUS
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
From tho New Youk Times, June 22, 1SS9.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has adopted a new form of
policy which, like a bank draft, is a simple proiniss to pay without condi
tions on the back.
From the Chicago Invkstioatoii-I
Always on the alert, and ever anxious to give the public ths most
advantageous contract in life insurance, the Equitable Life Assurance So
ciety of New York has, in the past, made many advances on old methods,
and has been the means to liberalize life assurance in a greater degree,
perhaps, than any other organization. It is not at all surprising, there
fore, that this" great company now comes before the people with a new
contract, the like of which has Hot before been known in life insurance.
tfrom the ICgntucky Rkgisti:u, Richmond, Ky., June 23, 18SD.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has, in tho past, done more to
create and maintain confidence in life assurance than any other company.
Consequently its business is larger than that of any of its competitors.
Furthermore, it has now taken a step which practically sweeps every ob
jection of the character referred to out of the way. The result, undoubt
edly, will be that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked confidence
in life assurance, will examine the new policy offered by Lhe Equitable,
and assure their lives forthwith.
Troin the Boston 1'ost.
This company has done more than any other to simplify the assurance
contract, and to maintain public confidence in life assurance.
From the Pacific Unueuwiutku, San Francisco, July 1, 1S31) J
The Equitable has already established n world-wide reputation for
liberal dealings with its policy-holders nnd for its prompt settlement of all
legitimate claims against it, and this new policy cannot Jail lo enhance its
reputation for enterprise and progrcssivencs3 in dealing with the subject
of life assurance.
JH3T For full particulars call on
Automatic Adding Attachment !
This is tho only CASH REGISTER that lias a Self-adding Attachment
which shows the total amount of sales at any moment.
Everybody needs one and nobody can afford to be without one.
THE0. P. SEVERIN,
View and Landscape
Makes a specialty of photographing
residences, Interiors, croups, decora
tions and all kinds of out and Indoor
views. Also, docs printing and develop,
lug for amateurs and others at the
lowest ratos. Satisfaction giVcn and
nil orders receive prompt uttentlon.
Views mounted in books to order.
Office: Corner of King and Alakca
street. P.O. Box 02. MutualTcle. 250.
J. N. S. WILLIAMS.
Engineer & Contractor,
Is prepared to design and contract for
all classes of Sugar Extraction Mucin,
nery, Irrigating Machinery. Evaporat
ing Apparatus, Vacuum l'ans, Knu'ines
of nil kiuds and for all purposes, Water
Wheels, Water Conduit?, both pipes
and ilumcsj, Steam Uoilers of various
kinds, Hail road Material and itolling
Stock, Etc., Etc.
Iu all its branches a specialty.
Plantations supplied with Chemical and
Analytical Apparatus ot the very best
description to order.
0" Close Attention paid to all orders
and batisiucuou lo inc purciin&er gua
ranteed. l O. Uox 380. Fort Hreet,
Honolulu. sepl-0 6'J.ly
FILTER PRESSES !
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Hawaii, Mureh 0, IH68. f
Irou A lioromotlvu WurtH,
Oi:sti.i:mi:n: Wu have used two of
your 30-Chamb3rcd Filler Presses thin
reason. They ure convenient, easily
handled and arc woiklngcntlrelv to our
satisfaction. I can recommend no lm
piovenient on them.
Very respectfully yours,
(.Signed) A. MOOHE,
Manager l'naiilmu Plantation.
These Presses me made extra heavy
for high piessures, -occupy a lloor
spivo M feet by 1 1 et. aud piesent a
tillering Hilt face of 240 square teel.
A limited number In Mock in Hono
lulu and arc sold at very low prices.
Risdon Iron & Loci. Works,
gxif For particiilnrs cmiuirn of
.1011 N DYKlt, Huno'iilii,
Ilooin No. a fpieckels' Itlock.
2250 tl W. G. Irwin & Co., Aceat.
HAS the best and cheapest Ulack
Hock, Corn), band utid b.iil for
sale in any tiimntl'
i'y. rtiuilv at Hie law
office of W llbiiu
C. Achl, No. lilt Mt-r.
cuuut Mruil, Honolulu, 11. 1
- THE - PRESS
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
C. O. BERGER.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Hie Thoroughbred Stallion
Will stand at scivico at
Hf.coiid 2:22J, Sacramento, Sept. ID,
1'KnioiiRB: Marin was sired by
Qui nn'a Putclien, he by Geo. M. Put
clicn,Jr.; Marin's dam hv Emigrant, ho
by Hilly McCrncken; Milly McOruckcn
by McCraeken's Black Hawk, 707, (the
f fro of Lady Dooley, and of tho dnm of
Overman. 2:1U1. McCracken's Black
Howk, 707, hv Vermont Ulack Hawk, 5;
2ml dam by Marshall's Illack Hawk, he
by Easton's lllnck Hawk. Tho dam of
(Jiiinn'fl I'atclien by Hlockhridgo Chief,
ho by Vermont Ulnek Hawk, fi.
It. T. Carroll of Hnu Frnnclfco, tho
former owner of Marin, vouches, that
out of thirly-Mx mares served by this
horse during his last soason in Cali
fornia, thirty-live proved with foal.
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