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WEDNESDAY, SEW. 2i, 1880.
Stmr Vivu from Maui
AtubUWll Dhiioml, Drew, Hi days
from San Francisco
Slmr U It Bishop from Koolnu
Stmr Iwalanl for Iihaliia'anil Ilauta-
ktia at 10 a m
Schr llaleakahi for Pepeekeo
Stmr Kllauea toil for Hniuakuo at 5
Stmr Waliiianalo for Walanae ami Wal-
aluu at !) a in
Schr Llliollhu tor Walanao
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr l.cahi for Kona
From Pan Francisco per bkt W II Dl
niuml, Sept 25-Chas Williams and
wife, Ibos Lawless, J L Mitchell and 4.
For JIamakua per stmr Iwalanl, Sept
23 T K Evans and J S Bartholomew.
For Kauai per stmr Mlkahala, Sept
!Ul)r.T M Whitney, Miss Wilder. F K
TltiH, JI Wood, Mrs Fredenborg, Miss
SeholU and -10 deck.
Tlio baikeiitlno S X Uastlo will be
moved up to Jircwor's wharf to-inoirow
The Japanese training ship IIIvcl Is
taMci: In coal fiom the schooners Cato
rinn and Mol Wahlne.
The bark C O Whltmoro sails on Fri
day for the Sound.
The steamer Kllauca Hon takes this
(veiling machinery for the Papatkou
Plantation and lunibur forf.aiip:thochoe
for limning purposes.
The bark Aron 1-. at the old Custom
House wharf having berths erected for
Chinese passengers to Hongkong. She
expects io leave next Tuesday with
about 150 Chinese.
The bark Ceylon will finish unloading
her cargo ot lumber to-morrow, and
will leave in ballast for Puget Sound
about next Satin day.
The bavkentlnc W II lMmond,
Captain Drew, arrived this morn
ing, 114 days from San Fran
cisco with merchandise valued at f51,
:i;)3, including 110 OS salinoii,880 lbs tea,
1745 lbs eoffe"e,-10.771 lbs sugar, 313 bbls
Hour, CS c Is wheat, 23C ctls bailey. M
ctls coin, 110 sks middlings, 1027 sks
bran, 1-18 ctls oats, 10 cs whisky, 82 bbls
bottled beer, 40 lis leather and 344 cs
canned goods. She also brought 2 lo
comotives and 2 passenger cars for the
Oahu Unilway and Land Company, and
an outllt of machinery for the Uniou ice
Works. Kxpeileneed pleasant weather
during the entire trip.
COMMITTED FOR TRIAL.
In the Police Court this morning
Robt. W. Boyd and Geo. Markliam,
who were both wounded in the late
insurrection, were brought up and
charged with treason. They waived
examination and were committed for
trial to tlio Supreme Court. Mr. A.
Rosa appeared for both of them.
Walii wa3 charged with conspir
acy and Gabriel with riot and un
lawful assembly. They waived ex
amination and were committed to
the Supreme Court.
A COMINC MARRIAGE.
A London paper of recent date
gives particulars of the betrothal of
Mr. Sydney Iloffnung, Acting Ha
waiian Charge d'AffaircsJm London,
and the eldest daughter of Sir Ju
lian Goldsmid, Hart., M. P. for St.
Pancras. Mr. Sydney Iloffnung i3
the only son of Mr. Sigtnund Iloff
nung, who founded the well known
firm of S. Iloffnung & Co. Sir Ju
lian Goldsmid is the tiiird baronet,
and in addition to his English title
is Baron de Goldsmid and Da Pal
moira (Portugal). Socially, his
family are very popular in London.
Lady Goldsmid is conspicuous for
her artistic tastes, and their mu
sical reunions are much appreciated
liy a large circle of friends. The
wedding will take place in Novem
ber. Mr. Sydney Iloffnung is a
nephew of Mr. Abraham Iloffnung,
who with his family is at present in
A PLEASANT RECEPTIOH.
Last evening Madame Morrisscau
and Capt. J. Morrisseau held a re
ception at the residence of Dr. Geo.
Trousseau. Madamo Morrisseau,
who is the doctor's sister, has with
her son been visiting tlio islands
the past two months, and intends
shortly to return home. The recep
tion was an exceedingly pleasant
affair, tlio Hawaiian Quintette Club
furnishing vocal and instrumental
music. Refreshments were served.
Among thosu present were Her Ma
jesty the Queen, attended by Mr. J.
Sy. Robertson, Acting Chamberlain,
and Mrs. Robertson j II. R. II.
Princess Liliuokalani, Hon. A. S.
Cleghorn, Their Highnesses Kawa
'v nanakoa and Kalanianaole, His Ex.
Geo. W. Merrill, Mons. d'Anglade,
French Commissioner; His llouor
A. 1 Judd, Justices McCtilly and
Bickerton, His Ex. S. M. Damon,
lions. C. R'. Bishop and W. l. Al
len. Hon. II. A. P. and Mrs. Carter,
Mons. Bellnguet, Capt. II. C. Houd
jetto and Purser E. A. Iveil of the
S. S. Australia, olllcers of the U. S.
S. Nipsio, members of the Consular
Corps and others.
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
E. McDonald was lined S3 and
Joo $G for druukenucss.
A charge of assault and battery
on a wahine against Kuula was not
All Koon, for having opium un
lawfully in possesion ,was lined 50
ami sentenced to one hour's impri
sonment at hard labor. Costs 8U,
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A i.Aiinn and well furnished loom
Tun noon-day lunches at the Hotel
aio becoming voiy popular.
IIickhiiiuI Sawyers' iniiisticls were
playing in Melbourne at last ac
counts. lb: sure that your foreign mail in
cludes a copy of the "Bulletin Week
Tin: Beaver Saloon has in late in
voices lcccived some very choice
brands of cigars.
It was raining very heavily at one
o'clock this afternoon at Maknha
ranch on this island.
Tun regular monthly meeting of
the Y. W. C. T. U. will bo held in tlio
Y. M. C. A. pailors to-morrow after
noon at 3 o'clock.
Hon. II. A. P. and Mrs. Carter
called at Iolnni Palace (bis morning
to say good-byo to Their Majesties
the King and Queen.
A uiNMKit party was given on II.
B. M. S. Caroline last evening by
Capt. Sir William Wiseman. His
Majesty tlio King was present.
You can get white kid glovcs,drcss
shirts, white lawn and silk ties, and
black frocks of tlio best quality at M.
Goldberg's,, corner of Fort and Mer
Mil. .1..1. Williams has piesentcd
nil tlio members of the Stars baseball
club with it group photograph of the
members. The boys appreciate very
much Mr. Williams' liberality.
Tin: Hon. 11. A. Widcniann leaves
on the Zcalandia for the Colonies,
with b!s two daughters and grand
daughter to place them in school.
Mr. Cail Widcniann accompanies his
Somutimi: ago Mr. B. F. Dillingham
promibod His Ex. Mr. Merrill a ride
on the steam cars before he left Ho
nolulu. This afternoon Mr. Merrill
with bis wifo and n few friends aie
enjoying a ride.
Bv the W. 11. Diniond came the
machinery for the new ice wurks,nlto
workmen to place it in position. The
Union Ice Company's works will be
in the building adjoining the Hono
lulu planing mill on Fort street.
Look out for the "Paradise of the
Pacific." It contains, amongst other
things, the report on water supply for
irrigation on tlio Island of Oahu, by
Messrs. Schuyler and Allardt, Civil
Engineers. It is a most valuable
and interesting report.
At 11 o'clock this morning Mr.
Taro Ando, Japanese Consul, had
audience of the King at the Palace,
and presented an autographic letter
from the Emperor of Japan. The
Minister of Foicign Afl'airs and Mr.
J. W. Robertson, II. M.'s Acting
Chamberlain, were present.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rifles,
Service at Central Union Church,
Oahu Lodge No. 1, K. of P., at
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of P., at
Service at St.Andrew's Cathedral,
CLOSIHG OF MAILS.
The mails per- S. S. Australia
Friday, September 25th, close at
the Post Olllcc, as follows :
10 a. m. Registered letters and
parcels by the piyrccl post.
11a. m. Letter and paper mail.
OAHU RAILWAY STOCK.
There arrived on the barkentinc
W. II. Dimond this morning for the
Oahu Railway Co. two lirst-class lo
comotives with all the latest im
provements and Westinghousc air
brakes. They were made at the
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila
delphia. Also, a smoking car and
a second-class passenger car. The
schooner W. S. Bowne, about due
from San Francisco, has two lirst
class cars on board.
DIG OPIUM SEIZURE.
There arrived among the freight
911 the Australia from San Fran
cisco seven barrels marked diamond
H. II. Thoy were supposed to con
tain shrimps. Mr. Turrill, the Port
Surveyor, and his assistant, Mr.
John Good, kept a fatherly eye on
these barrels. The end of one was
opened and shrimps found to a
depth of two inches and then opium.
The vessel has discharged and no
0110 has called for the barrels. They
are now in the Customs warehouso
and will bu opened this afternoon.
Mr. Turrill thinks they contain
over a thousand tins of opium.
PerS S Australia, Sept 27th:
Mrs M E Shair.itt, Misses Sharratt
(2), Mis H llalsteml, Miscs Halstead
(2), Miss May Bailey, S Elulioli, J A
Hopper, Geo U Caitor, Mrs J Monib
senu, Hon II A P Caitor and wife,
Misses Ciuter (3), His Ex Cleo W
Morrill and wifo, Hon W C Wilder
and wife, Miss Annie II Parko.
One of tho latest additions to
American literature is entitled "The
Life and Battles of Jake Kilraln."
As its author, It. K. Fox, has al
icady established a solid reputation
as a 'biographer by his popular work
on tho early Christian martyrs, wo
have no hesitation in predicting tlmt
his latest effort will bo a go,
The Uctii'cd Amcrlrnii MlnlHtor nnil
Mr. Geo. W. Merrill, appointed
by President Cleveland as United
Stales Minister Hcsidont near His
Majesty's Court, arrived hero with
Mrs. Merrill on June 8, 1885. He
had therefore occupied that import
ant position four years nnd a quar
ter when relieved the other day by
Mr. John L. Stevens, the nominee
of President Harrison. Mr. Merrill
has had the honor as noil as the
great pleasure of leading his coun
trymen in the fitting celebration of
five anniversaries of the Indepen
dence of the United States. It is
stating the case very mildly to say
that this, one of the grandest holi
days 111 the Hawaiian calendar, has
suffered no diminution in enthusiasm
or effectiveness of celebration under
his guidance. The writer's career in
the land being little longer than that
of the retired Minister Resident, any
comparison of these five "Fourths"
with those preceding would here not
bo entitled to much weight. But
there is.no hesitation in bearing em
phatic testimony to the fact that
from the first clay of their occupancy,
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill have brought
the American Legation into increas
ing popularity by means of their
very successful receptions on the
national holidays. By the uncon
strained cordiality of their welcome,
their impartial attentions to visitors
of all nationalities and ranks, and
their very generous hospitality, they
won as host and hostess universal
admiration and esteem.
Mr. Merrill as representative of
his Government earned the most un
qualified approbation of the Presi
dent and Cabinet Ministers, particu
larly that of the Secretary of State
with whose office he had most to do.
His promptness, accuracy, and judg
ment in the despatches transmitted
by him upon Hawaiian, Pacific, and
international affairs were again and
again acknowledged in terms divest
ed of the usual official formality.
These return despatches from Wash
ington are replete with cordial ex
pressions of the Government's ap
preciation of the thoroughness of the
Minister Resident's reports, and the
comprehensiveness and value of his
observations upon matters within
his official view. During his whole
term he has not had to read a single
line of disapproval of his action in
any matter, which, considering the
critical junctures in Hawaii that he
has been brought into relation with,
is a record of which any diplomatist
might be proud. When in the trou
bles of 1887 Mr. Merrill had to
shape his own course, owing to the
impossibility of communicating in
time witbhis Government, his report
to the Department of State was ac
knowledged as having "anticipated
the instructions" he would have re
ceived. He was especially com
mended on that occasion for having
avoided the necessity of calling in
foreign aid, which would have en
dangered the independence of this
country. Mr. Merrill received
special approval of his action in
promoting the renewal of the Reci
Not only under President Cleve
land's administration, to which he
owed his position, has the late Min
ister Resident received expressions
of confidence from Washington. His
views recommending certain amend
ments in the Extradition Treaty
have been acknowledged by Secre
tary Blaine as having been "much
appreciated." lie has been assured
of the approval of President Har
rison of the tenor of a des
patch communicated by him on
Samoan affairs. Secretary Blaine's
letter of recall evinces an ap
preciation of Mr. Merrill's services
to his country, which, coming from
the head of the opposite party to his
own, is a telling tribute to his career
and shows that nothing but the po
litical methods prevailing in the
Union dictated his removal. The
Secretary of State, after announcing
the appointment of Mr. Stevens,
says he is "further instructed to
say thai this decision in nowise de
tracts from the high opinion which
1ms been formed of your intelligence
and zeal in the discharge of the du
ties of your station." The letter
concludes with a courteous request
that Mr. Merrill should remain at
his post until his successor arrived,
and with assurances of Mr. Blaine's
The late mistress of the Legation
lias not only in that capacity won
the reputation of a most amiable
hostess, but, by her cheerfulness,
modesty, and ladylike qualities of
all kinds, she has endeared herself
to Honolulu society. Mrs. Merrill
naturally fell into the heartfelt re
gards of Her Majesty, who esteemed
her as a sincere friend. Puring the
present week the Queen sent her a
large photograph of herself, to
which her autograph is attached,
accompanied with the following
"Ioi.ani Pai.aoi:, )
"Sept. 13, 1889.J
"Mits. Gi:o. W. Mi;itiij,i.i
Dear Ma dam 1 You will bo kind
enough to accept this picturo of my
self as a small token of remembrance
of our very cordial and pleasant
acquaintance while here among us.
Hoping God will bless you on your
way to your nativo country,
"Your true friend,
The Boi.i.utin would sincerely
Under its parting aloha to tho ox
Mjnistcr Resident and his consort,
...': ii ..vi-iii ..iia.ii-JiS... J'.-'i.-.-..ji ,
HONOLULU, H. 1, SEPTEMBER 25, 1889.
upon tho ovo of their return to their
own great country, whoso interests
diplomatic and social they have so
well maintained during their sojourn
in this island kingdom. Wo hope
that the enjoyment their society has
afforded the community has proved
to be mutual, so that they will carry
away pleasant reminiscences of their
residence. Ai.oha NuiI
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
nr.roKE judij, c. j.
Tuesday, Sept. 24.
S. M. Damon, Minister of Fi
nance, vs. Emma Kaleleonalani ct
al. Motion to substitute S. M. Da
mon, Minister of Finance, in place
of John M. Kapena, Minister of Fi
nance and plaintiff when suit was
begun in 18S1 ; also to substitute
A. J. Cartwrighl, Trustee estate of
Queen Emma In place of Emma Ka
leleonalani and to substitute Trus
tees of Bishop estate in place of
Bcrniec P. Bishop. Motion to sub
stitute S. M. Damon granted on
11th inst. is now revoked and Ha
waiian Government -ordered substi
tuted instead. A. J. Cartwriglit,
Trustee, is ordered substituted for
tate for Bernico P. Bishop. Leave is
granted to plaintiffs to answer de
murrer of defendants, Bernico P.
Bishop and C. R. Bishop, having
been overruled July 23, I885r De
crees to this effect will be signed on
presentation. Original suit was a
bill in equity to recover from de
fendants the amount of a certain
mortgage, 7732, paid by tho then
Minister of Finance upon "Honolulu
Hale" in paying Kamchamcha IV.
debts his estate failed to pay. Paul
Neumann and C. L. Carter for
plaintiff; Cecil Brown for A. J.
Cartwriglit, Trustee Estate Queen
Emma ; F. M. Hatch for estate B.
In re. alleged bankruptcy of John
Smith of Ookala, Hawaii. Petition
of M. W. McChesncy & Son and M.
S. Grinbaum & Co. for adjudication
of bankruptcy. Leave is granted pe
titioners to discontinue, the alleged
bankrupt having executed a deed of
assignment to R. W. McChesncy for
the benefit of his creditors. F. M.
Hatch foi petitioners ; John Smith,
respondent, in person.
BY a Man rcccutly from the States a
situation as a house servant, will
ing to make himself generally useful.
Address "S," tl is office USD 3t
A SITUATION by a Young Woman
to do light housework or take care
of children. Cull or address "A," cor.
ner Merchant mid Alakea streets.
PARTIES having Union Feed Co.
Tablets, can liavo duplicate in
sides, by applying at the Company's
office, corner Queen and Edinhurgh
streets. 3VJ lw
A S HEAL) Lima on a plantation. Has
xl had (1 years experience in Jamaica
nnd 8 years on these Islands. Address
A. M. IIEWETT,
53 3t Bui.M'.tin Olllcc.
TlTR. ANTON VOGEL is not in our
LyJL employ uny more after this date.
E. HOFFSOIILAEGER & CO.
Honolulu, Aug. 21, 1889. 335 Ira
DURING my absence from Hie King,
dom my son George Urun3 will
act for mo In nil matters of business
under full power of attorney.
J. II . BRUNS.
Honolulu, Sept. 21, 1830. 353 lw
DURIXG my temporary absence from
the Kingdom my brother William
C. King will attend to nil matters of
business for me under a power of ut.
tornuy. T. J. KING.
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 1839. 307 3t
ANEW Wilcos & White Parlor
Ornn with eight stops. Suitable
for school or church. A line instru
ment. Apply nt C7 Punchbowl street.
0 JN. 1. All
, Mlshion Institute. 273 If
FItlST - CLASS
Phaeton in nor.
feet Older. Apply at
Tlio iipun Viihcii KiiImIiu'hAI
2,fl00 Tons Register.
Will he duo here October 3, 1869, and
will leave lor the above ports
on or about the
7th October, 1889.
SSf For freight or passage having
superior cabin and Btcorago iiccoiutno.
dations, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO..
?57 tf Agents.
THE ONLY "LIVE PAPER of
1 Honolulu "The Dally IJullulIn.'
00 ccuU per month.
- jJiuLi i.ji' .-.vit'i-i ''.'
Tho KIiik rtrrelveH I lie omcei'H of
tho JnpuncHO WnrnhlpH.
At 11:15 this morning Ills Kx.
Jonn. Austin, Minister of Foreign
Affairs, introduced to the King Mr.
Taro Ando, Japanese Consul, who
presented the following olllcers of
II. I. J. M. Iliyci: Capt. Malsu
mura, Com. K. Miyoshl, Chief Kn
ginccr K. Sakuma, Gunner Lieut.
T, K. Ishiwara.Navigating Lieut. J.
Maida,l)octor ll.Tomono, Paymaster
R. Kakao,lst Kngiuecr J. Watanabe,
Lictits. S. Miynnibi and K. I. Ku
naka, Sub-Lieut. T. Katsura, 2d
Engineer T. Shimidza.
At noon the olllcers of II. I. J.
M. Kongo were presented to the
King as follows: Captain K. SamU
jima, Inspector T. Tanaka, Com.
U. Uchida, 1st Lieut. S. Matstiycd,
Chief Engineer N. Yoshima, Chief
Surgeon B. Sasaki, 1st Engineer, T.
Kotulo, Paymaster K. Kishi, Lieut.
K. Iwanloto, Sub-Licuts. Y. Mori
and K. Yotla, Torpedo Engineer N.
His Majesty was attended on
these occasions by II. "II. Prince
Kawananakoa, His Excellency Jona.
Austin, Minister of Foreign Af
fairs; Mr. James W. Robertson,
II. M.'s Acting Chamberlain ;
Col. K. II. Baker, Major J. D. Holt
and Captain E. K. Lilikalani.
Oceanic Steamslilp Coi'r.
Arrivo at Honolulu:
Zcalandia .' September 28
Australia October 18
Alameda October 2(i
Australia September 27
Mariposa October 19
Australia October 25
Zcalandia November 10
Australia November 22
Alameda December 14
Hawaiian Tramways Co.,
CONTRAUTOK'S OPKICn, 1
Honolulu, Aug. 27, 1889. J
The accounts of SIesshs. SK1NNEH
& CO. for the construction, equipment
und maintenance of the Tramway line
and works connected therewith will bo
closed on the 1st day of October, 1889.
All persons having claims against the
aid firm or their agent under the afore
said contract are hereby notified to pre.
rent them ut the above address on or
before the said date. Any rlaims pre
scnted alter the 8th day of October will
have to he forwarded to Loudon.
European Billiard Parlors.
f"piIE Handsomest Billiard Parlors in
X the city, and lilted up in the most
approved style. Four tables with all the
J. P. BOWEtf & CO.,
270 tf Proprietors.
V. O. IIox 351. -ana- Kelt Tole. J47J.
Comer Fort & Merchant Streets,
Honolulu, II. I.
Accountant & Collectors
Hawaiian Boll Telephone So.
Manager of Advertising Dopartment
DEPARTMENTS of BUSINESS:
Collections wlll.rccclvo special alien,
lion and returns promptly made.
Roal Eslato bought, toltl and leased.
Taxos Paid nnd property safely iniurcd
Houses, Cottages, Rooms and Officer,
leased nnd teiiiid, and rents collected.
Firo and Lilo Insuranco dlcclcd in first.
class Insurance Companies.
Conveyancing a Specially Records
seal elicit and correct Abslructs of Tltlo
Legal Documents and Papers of oyery
description carefully drawn and hand.
Copying and Translating in all languages
in general tuo In this Kingdom,
Custom llouso Business transacted with
accuracy and dispatch.
Loans negotiated nt favorable rates.
Gold, Silvorntnd Certificates bought ami
Advertisements and Subscriptions soli
cited for puhlUherR.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor furnished.
Any Article purchased or sold.
Inter. Island Orders will receive parti
To Lot, Furnlshod and Unfurnished Cot
logos in desirable localities at reasonable
Several Valuablo Properties In ami
around tho city now for Bttlc and lease
on cusy terms.
tfTAll bubiness entrusted to our care
will receivo prompt and faithful atten
tion Ht moderate rlmrtres Vob-4-89.
New Zealand Jams !
JUST received a consignment of New
Zealand .lams, assoited cases, For
sale at low prices hv
j. k. imowx & co.,
227 tf i?B JJerehtuit street.
'...i-.. . -- itX
J4E !' A
OPINIONS - OF
Free Tontine Policy
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF THE UNITED STATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
From the New Yoiik Times, June '22, 1S39.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society lias adopted a new form of ' i'
policy which, like a batik draft, is a simple promisu to pay without condi'
Mons on the back.
From the Oiiicauo Invkstioatou.1
Always on the alert, and ever anxious to give the public the most
advantageous contract in life insurance, the Equitable Life As9uranco So
ciety of New York tins, in the past, made many advances on old methods,
nnd 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 not before been known in life insurance.
from the Ki'.ntucky Kr.oisn:n, ltlchmotid, Ky., June i!8, 1383.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has, in the 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 cotnpetitore.
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 the Equitable,
and assure their lives forthwith.
rFroni the Hoston 1'ost.
This company has done more than any oilier to simplify the assurauco
contract, and to maintain public conlldence in life assurance.
From the Pacific U.nukuwiutuii, San Fr.inelsco, July 1, 1SS9.J
The Equitable has already established a world-wide reputation for
liberal dealings with its policy-holders and for its prompt settlement of all
legitimate claims against it, and this new policy cannot fail to enhance its
reputation for enterprise and progressivenes3 in dealing with the subject
of life assurance.
B&- For full particulars call on ,
The Chicago Gash Register
Automatic Adding Attachment !
This is the only CASH REGISTER that has a Self-adding Attachment
which shows the total amount of sales at any moment.
SS Everybody needs ono and nobody can afToid to be without one
THE0. P. SE
View and Landscape
Makes a specially of photographing
residences, iiitetiors, groups, decom
lions and all kinds ot out aud indoor
views. Also, does printing nnd develop,
ing for amateurs and others nt the
lowest rates. Satisfaction given and
all orders receive prompt attention.
Views mounted in books to order.
Office: Corner of King and A.lakca
street. P. O. liox 02. Mutual Tele. USD.
J. N. S. WILLIAMS.
Engineer & Contractor,
Is prepared to design and contract for
all classoi of Sugar Extraction Machi
ncry. Irrigating Alaclfinery, KvaporaU
ing Apparatus, Vacuum Pans, Engines
of all kinds and for till purposes, Water
Wheels, Water Conduits, both pipes
and lluiucsj, Steam Iloilers of various
kinds, Ilailrond .Material und Rolling
Stock, Etc., Etc.
In all its branches a specialty.
Plantations supplied with Chemical and
Analytical Apparatus of Ihe very best
description to order.
8S?" Uloso intention paid to all orders
and satisfaction to the purchaser gua.
rantccd. P. O. Box U80. Fort street,
Honolulu. sept.0 8U.ly
FILTER JESSES !
PAAUIIAU Pi ANTATION, )
Hawaii, March a, 19E8. j"
Itlmloii Iron A I.uromotivo World),
GK.,Ti.r.MKx:Wehavtii!ied two of
your 30-Chambered Filter Presto this
season. They are convenient, easily
handled and are working eiilludv to our
satisfaction. lean recommend no lin
(Movement on them.
Very respectfully yours,
Olgned) A. MOOUE,
Mumper Paiiiihiiu Plantation.
These Presses arc made extra havy
for high pressures, oeeupv a lloor
space II feet by l fret, and" picseiii a
lllterlng hid fare of 240 square led,
A limited number in stock In Hono
lulu and are sold at very low prices.
Ilisdon Iron & Loci. Works,
teH" For paitlciihira eiuinba of
.1011. V DYEH, Honolulu,
Boom No. a i-preeUels' Block.
225Q tf W. G. Irwin & Co., Aeont.
HAS the best and cheapest Black
Hock, Cms), Sand and Soil for
s'llo hi any iiimnthy. Apply at the law
allien of Wllllum (J, Afhi, No. Sll Mer.
,chant street, Honolulu, II. 1. SOI m
, '?iJrn,r fffrr1" -j 'iin'i'r'iir
- THE - PRESS
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Solo Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
Will stand at sctvicc al
KKconn 2:22f, Sacramento, Sept 15,
Pudiguke: Marin was sired by
Quinn's Patclien, he by Geo. M. Pat
clien, Jr.; Mnrin's dam bv Emigrant, he
by Billy McCrncken; Billy McCracken
by McCrackcn's Black Hawk, 7(57, (the
sire of Lady Doolcy, and of the dam of
Overman, 2:lilO. McOrackcn's Block
Hawk, 767, by Vermont Black Hawk, 5;
2nd dam by Marshall's Black Hawk, he
by Eastoti's Black Hawk. The dam of
Quinn's Patclien by Slockhridge Chief,
he by Vermont Black Hawk, 5.
It. T. Carroll of Son FranciFCo, the
foimor owner of Marin, vouches, that
out of thiriy-blx mares served by this
hoisn during his labt season in Cull,
foruia, thlrty.flve proved willi foal.
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General Agents for Hawaiian Ielandt.
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