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THE GENTLER SEX.
During i recent journey Baroness Al
plionso Rothschild was robbed of jowelrj
valued nt G0.0U0 francs.
Knte Chtifio Sprngno linft n dinry of liei
father that alio cstoeina one of tho mosl
importiiut historical papers in existence
Mis.! Mary Cooper, u daughter of the
governor of Colorado, is a woman ol
stately -presence, with round, full lips,
boantiful yray-blno oyes and a rosy com
A now and remarkably clover Ameri
can novelist Iiii8, it $3 repotted, been dls
covered in tho .person of Miss Lily A.
Long, of St. Paul, Minn.
Misn Wordhoif, a daughter of Clwrlei
Nordhcff. of VnE.l.higton, D. C, bav
ins ttroiu; tapto for bookbinding, if
' studying tho at t from its beginning tc
its finest tesulU.
Miss Emily Hudson, a hello of Now
-. llochcllo, N. ,, has opened a frco hos
pital for invalid pigeons, which flor-k to
it instinctively whenever they feel tut
dcr tho weallior.
Mlba Harriet MoKwou Kimball, ol
Portsmouth, N. II., baa received the lir.sl
prize of 100 for u hymn to bo sung on
hospital days in the churches and syna
gogues of Now York.
Matilda Fromboy, a deaf innto, was
admitted to the at. Lawivnco county,
(N. V.) poorhoufio in 1805. and has prob
ably never been absent from tho Iioumi n
day or night since. She ii now 03 years
Miss Anna Whitney, or Boston, is one
of the bet.t dog judges) in tho world. She
notes at a glance all the defects and
beauties of a dog. She i.t vice president
of the St. Bernard club, of Massachu
Honor Emilia Pardo-Buzan lias luKly
delivered before tlui&pauibh Atheniouiu
at Madrid a course of lectures on Hits
niit. The AUiimiciuii is ill,! nuwt dis
tinguished literary and &cientilic society
in Madrid ,
Miss Virginia Penny, who published
in 1803 "The Employments of Women,"
was tho first to bring forward tho needs
of American working womou in book
form. In her old ago she now findd her
self with very Btraitoned means.
Miss Mattio Thompson, daughter of
ex-Congressman Phil Thompson, was se
lected as tho queen of beauty at tho
celebration of tho Satellites of Mercury,
held recently at Louisville, but chose
rather, to be ouo of tho maids of honor.
Miss Clara Barton, the famous Bed
Cross nurse, Jives quietly in Washington,
D. C, shunning notoriety. . She has an
income of $8,000 a year from an estate
sho inherited, but sho spends only $2,000
of this sum, devoting the rest to charity.
Mrs. Moua Caird, whoso theories on
matrimony havo mado her famous, is a
slender woman of pretty figure. Her
hair is brown and wavy. Sho is very
restless in manner, and is said to bo an
occasional victim of nervous prostration.
Fraulein Mario Essipoff recved as a
wedding present from her father, a
wealthy Vionneso merchant, a book
which is said to be tho costliest volumo
in existence. Tho binding is of tho rich
est tooled morocco, and each of tho hun
dred leaves is a bond for 1,000 gulden.
Florence Blytho. aged 10, of San Fran
cisco, who lately came into an estate
worth nearly :jVt,000,000, asked for an al
lowance of f, 1,,00 n month, or in all
about $103,000, dating from her father's
death in April, 1883. The court allowed
her a back allowance of $300 a month,
and a future allowance of $800.
Old Fashion took firbt prize nt tho
Chicago horso show in the hunters'
jumping class, defeating the famous
Canadian wonder Roseborry.
C. J. Hamlin, Buffalo, N. Y., has pur
chased from David Bonner, of New
York, tho 2-year-old filly Railway, by
Lord Russell (full brother to Maud S.),
dam Rosabella, by Belmont.
Charles Gauntlette. of Milan, Mich.,
has refused an offer of $15,000 for his
4-ycar-old black stallion Coralloid 0831,
by Simmons, dam Coral, by Clark Chiof ;
second dam Cassia, by Cassius M. Clay,
Jr., 22. Coralloid mado a record of 2:10 j
at the Lexington meeting.
Martin Bergen heads tho list of win
ning jockeys for tho season of 1800.
While Iio has brought more horaea first
past tho post than any other rider ho
has also participated in a greater num
ber of races. Borgcn rodo in 750 races,
thus breaking all known records, and se
cured tho winning place in 173 of them.
It is reported that Michael Dwyer- is
now practically sole owner of tho Eliza
beth race track, having traded his
brother Phil oil his Brooklyn Jockey club
stock for Phil's stock in tho Elizaboth
track. Both are good paying properties,
and tho deal is in line with the policy of
baring their racing operations con
ducted separately iu tho future.
Turf "plungers" occasionally do re
markable feats in betting. It is said
that during tho Latonia meeting a Cin
cinnati sport uainod Billy Smith mado a
$3 winning but and succeeded in running
it up to $10,000 before tho closo of tho
meeting, and that during tho Morris
park mooting Jockoy Garrison ran a $10
bill up to $12,000 by desporato betting.
Chicago is to have u first class Tatter
sails and horse mart. Tho Chicago
American Horso exchango has recently
been incorporated, with a capital stock
of 300,000 and Lowis P. Harvey as
president. The association has purchased
laud on Dearborn street at a cost of
$150,000, and tho contemplated improve
ments will cost $125,000. The show ring
will bo 285 feet on the stretches and 150
foot on tho turns, with glass roof.
Whoru Sbo Out It.
Signor Sphngetti Brava, senorital
Your voico li full of iitnbro! From
who you gut zut?
MUy Novitiate Well, really, signer,
I do not know, But I think from my
father. Hu was onco in the Iimibvr buni
uess. New York World-
A I'li'vi'ittltu Milium'.
Mia I')..'.' Udill.', you ought to ha
iiHluunul t i lV i.Iiiji'Miidiiin'rtH""
taylys. Yi ..'II iii.i.' iu wwtr Ilium ouuiu
Kddlo--Vcll, I gniM nut, if I uuuli
Capt. Richard Bainbridgo. the En
glish theatrical malinger, hns petfected
arrangement, lor a new theatre in Now
Yoflc to be called Hie Empire, and eup
able of seating 4.000 persons It is to be
completed by Sept. 1. 1801
The elder Kolhern In "Dundreary" had
a "silent Kcene" which lasted live min
utes. At the end of that period, when
tho laughter partially subsided, Mr
Sothcm simply remarked, "It's a fine
day," which caused (in outburst.
Mary Anderson's first dramas Wore
presented to her by Manager Ford after
her first success, made under his man
agement in the south during the season
of ?fl-'?7 Thoy were set in tho shape
of a cross, anil bIio regarded it as a lulls
man "The Whirlwind," Helen Dauvmy's
now play represents the Now York
clearing house in the third act, In which
a run upon a Pine street hank is mip
poed to be witnessed from its windows
by the wtfo and (laughter of tho bank's
Jerome K. Jerome was an actor for a
couple of years before attaining his ma
jority, and then he became a reporter,
author and playwright "Barbara."
'Suncct," "Fennel," and "The Mitister
of Woodhilrrow" constitute Ills list of
One of the sensible actors Is Neil
Burgess. His 'County Fair" lias been
a bonanza to liini, and instead of throw
ing his money away, as is too often the
habit of theatrical people when they
achieve success, lie lias put every dollar
of it in real estate,
John It. Itogei-s without a joke Is not
liimself His latest is that of approach
ing a group of actors and diluting them
with a 'Hollo, Uiiuilsoniol" and ''the
best, ol the joke is." says John, "that it
is ten to one the must homely man in
tho group acknowledges tho salutation."
'Twelfth Night" was once described
by Boucieatilt in this way "It is a pecul
iar pleco There are only twelve out of
the ttnrty-MX Shakespearean plays that
can be perlorined. the other twenty-four
could not be produced, Well. 'Twelfth
i Night' it between the t wo, tho unfortu
nate thirteenth. I niay say."'
Francis Wilson's song in "The Merry
Mouaich," entitled "'file Omniscient
Ostrich." founded on the story of the
silly ostrich, who put his head in the
sand in the belief that he was therefore,
out of sight, has mado a tremendous hit.
Wilson's imitation of tho strident mo
tions of tho bird excites great mirth.
The price of a good looking female slave
in the United States of Columbia is $100.
Tho old Andersonville prison is to be
turned into a club house- by a Grand
Rat catching by means of terriers has
become quite a fashionable- sport in
France and Belgium.
It is said that tho health of operatives
improves when electric lights are used.
Their appetites and their ability to sleep
seem to increase.
Jersey Cit' has a law under which
fines of $100 each are to be imposed upon
persons detected drinking inrlt or alco
holic liquors in her new parks
The convent ot St. George, situated at
about ten versts south of Kherson, will
be a thousand years old in 1891. It is
the olde.-it Christian institution in Russia.
A young woman of Rochester, Out.,
is only 5 feet 2 inches high, buthertresbes
are 7 fegt 0 inches long. Sho says her
hair gives her no trouble, and she doesn't
(mow what headache is.
It is announced by a pharmaceutical
conference that the growth of the patent
medicine mania has been tremendous in
recent yens, and that tho present gener
ation is much more credulous than the
The smallest lloveriug plant iu exist
ence is wolfiia nrioi-oocopia. a native of
India. It belongs to tho duckweed
family It is almost microscopic in size,
destitute ol proper stem, leavesnnd roots,
but having these organs merged iu one,
forming a frond,
MEN OF" LETTERS.
Mariou Crawford keeps himself in fine
physical trim by fencing urn! indulging
in other athletic exercise.
Rider Haggard's first book was a com
plete failure. It was "Cetewayo and His
White Neighbor." Ho made 10 on his
Charles Dickens was an insomnomaniac
at times, and when suffering from such
attacks tramped tho streets of London
with a pipe botween his teoth.
James Jeffrey Roche, who succeeds
John Boyle O'Reilly a3 editor of The
Boston Pilot, is president of tho Papyrus
club and tho author of some stirring
Rudyard Kipling is tho son of an En
glish artist who was iu charge of the
government art schools in India. His
mother is a sister of Burne-Jones and of
James Wilton Brooks, editor of Tho
University Magazino, has received tho
degree of LL. D. from St. John's col
lege, Annapolis. He is said to bo tho
youngest doctor of laws in America, his
years being 30.
Tennyson is seldom tempted from his
retirement, and if ho meets any excur
sionists or iiujuisiti vu persons staring at
him in his tramps ucross Black'down
will at once make his way back to bis
Old Sleuth, who lias for years thrilled
youthful readers of cheap literaturo
with his detective stories, is Harlan P.
Ualsey His income from his pen is
said to have averaged $15,000 annually
for many years
Illinois public schools wero established
Erie, Pa., is to introduce physical train
ug in tho schools.
For tho first tiino tho University !
Loipsiu will admit women iu full privi
leges. Tho tendency in Massachusetts is to
separate tho high bchool course, uiukiiig
two distinct departments English and
Iu the election of II. S. Jones, of Erie,
l', as superintendent of buhooln at Lin
coln, Neb,, tho great corn htatu has to
cured one of the ablest men of the cast
lluv. Dr. JoMiph 13. King, principal of
Fort fthviiul Collegiate Institute, at Fort
lid ward, N. Y., fui ovur n third of a
wntiiry, uud u tciulivr lor u lunger time,
has hud over 10,000 young men uudui
Sunol will remain in California this
Seattle and Portland nro now clear
J. P. Hardy, n widely known Sacra
mento pioneer, is dead.
William Catilleld, who was shot by
Deputy Coiistablo Lane of Sanger, Cab,
Tno new court house nt Whatcom.
Wash., which cost .$80,000 is now ready
Fiank D. Lowis. a Government agent,
was hold up and robbed by a highway
man near Redding, Cal.
There was a jail delivery at Whatcom,
Wash., recently. The prisoners bored n
hole in the jail floor and escaped.
Tho city council of Los Angeles has
refused to nccedo to tho mayor's propo
sition to reduce the saloon license.
By reason of the census Sacramento
county, Cal., is now rated in tho third
class. Her civil list will bo increased by
No commissions whatever will bo paid
on tho tain of railroad tickets fiom Cali
fornia, Arizona and Nevada to Missouri
A Portland woman is charged with
poisoning her mother and sister in order
to obtain possession of all tho property
in tho family.
Governor-elect Markham has ap
pointed M. R. lliggins of Los Angeles,
his Private Secretary. Mr. Higgins is a
native of Ohio.
The Grand Jury of Plucnix, A. T.,
has indicted K. F. Sill, editor of Tho
Republican, for orhliinnally libeling ox
Chief Justice .1. II. Wright.
John O. Keinble, an editor on tho Se
attle Journal, died in th it city. Hi?
father E. C. Kemble, wan tho founder ot
tho San Francisco Alta.
Millions of fi-di are landlocked in
Washoe lake and mo rapidly being de
stroyed by cranes and pelicans. They
are mostly perch and whj!' ,,k!i.
Butto City, Mont., is to havo water
works capable of supplying 10,000,000
gallons daily. Eastern capitalists have
put $2,000,000 in the undertaking.
Eugeno Hugenin, a well-known citizen
of East Portland, suddenly disappeared
from his home and nothing 1ms been
heard of him. Foul play is suspected.
Paul Shuezer. the right-hand man of
Henry Villard in Washington, says the
Oregon Improvement Company was
ruined by the ambition of its president.
Alexander Schlussel, tho New York
representative of the dry goods firm of
Fleishman, Mayer & Co. iu Portland,
Or., died suddenly from heart failure iu
It is said that a company has secured
the use of water power in the San Ga
briel canon and proposes to furnish
cheap electric light to Los Angeles, Pas
adena and other cities.
Never before in the history of Wash
ington was there such a wJle,lt crop as
there was this year east of tho Cascade
mountains. It is estimated that the pro
duct is ovor 15,000,000 bushels.
Seattle is working hard for a sugar re
finery. " Thecapital stock of tho pro
posed corporation is ijriOO.OOO, of which
Seattle is to raise $200,000 and the peo
ple of Honolulu tho remainder.
The directors of tho Keweah Common
wealth Co-operative Colony wero arres
ted at Yisilia, Cal., bj a United States
Deputy Marshal for tresspassing on tho
government park lately reserved.
Tho Portland grand jury has been in
vestigating tno Women's Refuge Home
in that city and its report charges the
management with grots and in some
cases inhuman treatment of its inmates.
A. D. Barling of Fresno, Cal., who
packed 85,000 boxes of raisins with the
assistance of white labor, has decided
never to employ Chivysso labor again.
Ho says tliat white labor is cheaper in
tho long run.
Great extitement prevails in thoCcour
d'Aleno mining district over a recent
gold discovery. A tramp walked into
the gulch,'mado the discovery and sold
out for $20,000. Samples of oro assay
$25,000 a ton.
Tho Supremo Court nt Sacramento
last week affirmed tho judgment of the
court below in the case of Hurling, de
fendant, vs. Abliott et al.. appellants.
Tho action was to quit title to timber
lauds in Plumas county valued a $200,
Tho total area of Nevada is generally
given as 100,218,500 but tho bust report
of the General Land Office stated that
tho stato contained 72,027,013 acres of
surveyed and 28,005,027 acres of nnsur
vcyed land, making in all 100,092,010
R. MoKittrick, at one time a priest of
Burlington, la., committed suicide near
Seattle. Seven years ago ho gave up his
holy calling without ofteriugnny reason,
nnd became a recluse, never leaving his
place and avoiding his neighbors. Ho
Senator-elect Charles L. Pond of Butto
county, Cal., diod at his home in Nord
of pneumonia. His sudden demise- has
proved a great shock to the entire com
munity, lie was a nativo of Jefferson
,cou!i ty, N. Y., nged CO yers, and a
'brother of Mayor Pond of San Francisco,
Ho was a Republican.
, Tho workmen who took the places of
the strikers on the exposition building
at Seattle in September, and who havo
not received their pay, went to the big
building, tore up tho floors and carried
away the lumber. The city officials
have received a notice- from tho men
that thoy will burn the building if thoy
are not paid ut onco.
Tho operations of Stone and Hyde to
timber land swindlers now in jail at
Portland, iu locating settlers on timber
landi by means of fraudulent outlis,
nro believed to have been very extonsivo
throughout the Pacific const. Both men
have masqueraded under different names
and various dibguises of person uud ura
as cold-blooded a brace of speculators ta
tfivur wero brought to Portland.
A I'ntiiu Aluriu.
Several policemen were summoned a
few nights ago in Brooklyn, N, Y to goH
to a house whero hurujlars wero rejiortou.
According to Capt. liienuiin's story, tho
ofllcera found tho fentalo members of tho
family ubnemblcd in the parlor, crying.
Tim head of the house was iu Ills room,
afraid to come out, A fccaiuh of the
lioiiho disclohoil no trace of niarauduis,
but It was madu clear that tho rchiilonU
had taken alarm nt sounds produced by
u wtmlilng Kurcuu dour. Tim uulnu mado
the family think that burglar woxo ut
work, Philadelphia LwJuur.
iit & Holiflay Gifts!
I have just received a lai go assortment
of New OoocN suitable for wedding and
holiday gifts, coiipistlng of the follow
In all stales and qualities;
In the newest patterns;
After ooi! Tea Cloths,
In Silk & Linen,
Fancy Linen Cloth In sets,
OamasK Table Cloths,
Iu all st."s with Napkins to match
deign, etc.. etc., etc.
'I'lii'-e (iiiii(l are all Imported by
me direct fmm the manufacturers and
am gu ii'.tntecd to give satisfaction to
720 it w. o. srittwix.
Is called to the large stock of
Now on hand mill to arrive on the
They coin prise everything to bo had in
many various lines.
OK ALL KINDS,
uterlio! SilvemliiM Ware,
Umbrellas & Canes
Mounted In Gold & Silver,
Etc., Etc., Ktc. Etc.
figy Store will ho open evenings for
two weeks previous to Christmas.
H. F. WICHMAN.
5,' K BuildBr.
estimates Given on 'trick,
& Wooden Hriildings.
KEEPS FOR SALE
Brick, Lime, Cemont, Plaster of I'arii,
Marble Dust, Who Lath,
California North Beach & Santa
Quiirry 'I'lles 0x0 -red, white and blue;
Mlntou, Plastic and Encaustic Tiles !
various patterns, all kinds of Drainage
8SS" Office Southeast corner Ala
kea and Queen streets.
Mutual -a TELEPHONES tr Boll 351
No. 92 FORT ST
Arc now show! ng a Largo New
Stock of Goods suitable for the
Holidays, comprising Diamond
Jewelry of all kinds; Brooches,
Earrings, Bracelets, Bangles,
Lace and Scarf Pius, Rings,
Ladles' and Gents' Gold and
Silver AVatches and Watch
Chains, Native Jewelry, Clocks,
Silverware, Gold Headed Canes,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
1ST Prices within the reach
of all. Give us a call. 728 1m
fin. mm i en,
Wm. G. Irwin. President & Mnnagcr
Clans Kpreckels Vice-President
. . . , Secretary A Treasurer
Theo. O. Pjirtcr Auditot
AOKNTU OF TIIK
! Oceanic l
or Hun I'ruiirlHcu, !nl.
tj PLANING MILL, Is
I Ml 'l'tiloiiliouo Nu, 08. Ml
HAMMERSMITH & FIELD,
1IH HWTTKIt KT,
Han KrnnrlKco. : Cnllfornln.
Silverware, Silver Jewelry,
Silver Mounted Caues,
Silver Mounted Umbrellas,
Onyx Mantel (.'locks,
Gold Pens it Pencils,
Vino JLc(itliop GooiIm,
Reliable Goods at Reasonable
(gy Catalogue sent to any address free
OSy-Midl orders promptly and care
tifDlamniids and Precious Stones
mounted In the latest styles,
may 3-00- ly
Infalllblo for renewing, Invlcor&tlncr and
beautifying tho hair, removing ecutf, danjrult,
and all affection! of tho scalp, and curing crap.
(Ions of tho skip, dltcaaes of tho glands, mtuclcs
and Internments, and relieving stings, cnts,
bruleci, sprains, etc. Tho affinity between the
membranes which consUtnto tho skin and the
hair which draws Its sustenance from this triple
onvolopo Is very close. All diseases of tho hair
originate- In tho skin of tho head. If the pores
of tho scalp are clogged, or If tho blood and other
fluids do not circnlato freely through tho small
vessels which feed tho roots with moisture and
Impart life- to tho fibres, the result is scurf.
dandruff, shsddlng of tho hair, grayncss, dryness
and harshness of tho ligaments, and entire bald
ness, as tho caso may bo. 8tlmnlato tho skin to
healthful action with Barry'a Trlcophor
ous, and the torpid vessels, recovering their
activity, will annihilate the disease. In all
affections of tho skin and of tho substrata of
muscles and Integuments tho process and tho
effect are tho same. It la upon tho skin, tho
muscular fibre, and tho glands that Carry's
Trlcophcroua has Its specific action, and
In all affections and Injuries of these organs It
Is a sovereign remedy.
Beware of Count orfolts.
From tho Greatest Living Prima Donna,
Madamo Adcllna roiU-Nlcollnl,
Messes. Barctat & Co., New Yorl
juuhtsvidso, uuiy sotn, J68S.
Vtar mrt :l tano picasaro la announcing to
ou that BAnur'a Florida WATEBlsonooftho
iiw articles always to bo found on my drosslnj
ise. In mv cnnccntlon It Is one of tho brat n
iicics always to oo rounu on my arosslni
case. In my conception it is one of tho best o
toilet waters, and for tho bath It is not only de
Melons, but refreshing and Invlimmilmr t
it ih not nmv n.
recommend It without reserve
HOLLISTER & CO
7211 Distributing Agents. Ira
Win. G. Irwin & Company,
OKKElt KOlt SALK
I-jim &: i. "Vmeiit,
PAfiAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Fell Steam . ipe Covering, all sizes.
BUCK & OIILANUT'S
High Grade CKemical Cane Manor
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS.
Aro respectfully invited to exam i no
Unit now on mile, by
H. H. WILLIAMS k CO.,
(Successor to 0. E. Williams),
105 Fort St., i : Honolulu.
Solectcd by Mr. H. II, Williams
in puruon from tlio
In Sun Fnuie.isco. Ladica nnd Gun
tlvmcii will Unci in tliis Htock
Goods, Elegant, Substantial,
ORNAMENTAL md USEFUL,
For u'nneratioiiH to eomo, and very
BIRTHDAY or BRIDAL
0f"KW invoice l.iiuly rwmiycil,
uud niuro on tlio wuy by mill uiul
xtutini, $ 1m
-tJOKNEK IfOTKL A
Ladies ! special attenth&. Ladies !
Icjiiro (o iinnomipi- Unit wo hnvo
"Zenlnndiii," n very lmiro nnd
tno hintes, enpoomliy adapted lor this timrket.
Latest IViovclticG ! Latest Novelties !
FRENCH ZEPHYRS In Litest pattern.,
SWISSES, EMRROIDICIMES & LACES,
FANCY SILKS, SASHES & RI1IHONS,
"RLACK DIAMOND DYE" HOSIERY, gimrniitced fast color,
Lnduw' Diidcrver. Kiel GloveSi
"FOSTER'S" HOOK & REST KID GLOVES, worth .$2.00 sell for $2 a
gj3T Gut your Kid Gloves nt the "Temple of Fnshion." jgCf
GENTS', LADIES' & CHILDREN'S SHOES, sell at reduced priccB.
GENTS' FURNISH INO GOODS, u full nssorl incut.
UOYS', YOUTH'S & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, especially imported
for (lie Holidays.
CHRISTMAS GOODS :
A largo iiFBorlmont of Xtniif. Goods, counting of TOYS, DOLLS,
DRESSED, UNDRESSED &, KID, WAGONS, CARTS, VELO
CIPEDES, Etc., Etc.
LADIES'. FINE TOILET SEl'S, SACHETS, GLOVE &. HANDKER
GENT'S SHAVhNG SETS, Etc., Etc., Etc.
s. kFThTicii & CO.,
I'oriior llolol & Fori Htrttntn.
(X4ui .us..wn-i"xrrj5a mi.nynj vsrwstzivs
For Thanksgiving, Christmas
J 5 0 VXT 'KS-I'UI 1 5 0
SST EARLY ORDERS SECURE THE CHOICE.
J. N. S. WILLIAMS,
R. MORE, : :
Engineers & Iron Founders,
Office & Works, : Esplanade, Honolulu.
Sugar Machinery, Irrigating Machinery, Steam Engines,
Steam Boilers, Juice. Tanks, Coolers, Molasses Tanks, Sugar Cars,
Cane Cars,sElevntors, Conveyors, Furnace Fittings,
Wrought & Ca&t Iron Work for House Buildcre,
Water Wheels & Gearing, Bar Iron, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Diffusion Machinery in all its Branches.
Xmf 1 Wf jT?&. I W&
j- -fl jM I.k. E Mil
mm ?'S mMmS MMv lliiisltaHEk
"te . VTSK3ii3i1 TsJaTislsiiiiiiiMPWI1 S0
Sole AsciitH Hawaiian lMluii(tMtir5llio
PELIOSWWATER WHEEL I
tJF Repairs'of nl) kinds of Machinery done at reasonable rate and
at short notice C9G tf
CASTLE & COOKE,"
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INHUKANOE AGENTS,
Builders1 and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements, 1
Ourpuntenj', BliickKiiiilliH', Machinisto' &. I'liiiiihem' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS I
Kllclieu Utensils, Paints, CiU, VHrnlnlien, Lump Goods and
i! oiit'l'nl fWl i'lisi.iitliM3.
Blake's Sleuiu Pumps, Weston's Centiifogals,
Wllcoi & Glbbs, & HcmlDgton Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Mblm,
received per IurI S. S. "Australia"
varied nloek from Europe mid
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
No. S rort tStrocf
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