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The World Moves and Progress Keeps Progressing !
A few years ago sugar plantation companies acquired land intending to plant cane and then found means of irrigation an
almost insurmountable barrier. The erection of steam pumps was an expensive consideration and when the profit on the
product was swept away they were not to be thought of. The difficulty has been overcome on the Kahuku Plantation by the
erection of a
I 4 V
16-Foot Geared Aermotor.
A thirty acre tract would have remained idle but for the progressiveness of the plantation company. With this Aermotor
they use a 5-inch suction and discharge pump which forces, a continual stream through a 6-inch pipe to an elevation 55 feet
above and 500 feet from the well, discharging 10,000 gallons of water per hour. Have you ever heard of a mill other than
the. Steel Aermotor that will do this work unless you resort to steam ?
Every Part of the 111 is Galyanized-No Danger of Rust !
There is other land in the Kingdom that is going to waste simply for means of irrigating. People have been skeptical as to
the wonderful powers of the Aermotor and they have been a little cautious on the expenditure of money. The work of the
Aermotor at Kahuku demonstrates the fact that they are the most economical machines in the world for irrigating purposes.
v We have them in three sizes. The 8-foot for one or two acre tracts, for your lawn, and for forcing water into different
parts of your house.
The 12-foot for use on Banana or Rice plantations or the 16-foot for the Banana, Rice, and Sugar plantations.
The 12-and 16-foot mills are geared, and in addition to pumping water will blow a forge, turn a grindstone, and run a circular
saw for cutting timber into any size.
For particulars call on
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Address all communications
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CHAS. T. GULICK,
Notary Public for the Island of Oahu.
Agent to take Acknowledgements to La
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses, Hono
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of J'ittifc
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CHRISTMAS-NORTH AND SOUTH,
Baldwin Locomotives.1, la Hi
ray in tho North tho bleak winds blow,
llio sleot rattles sharp against tho panes,
Tho peasant plods wearily through tho snow
It is cold, bitter cold, in tho country lanes.
In tho fields, tho gaunt trees quito leafless stand,
Tho birds havo fled South to a warmer clinio,
No crops comes forth from tho frozon land,
And tho skies aro leaden this wintor time.
In tho homes, tho fires and lights burn bright,
Tho joking, tho feasting on Christmas choor
Begin in tho morning and last till night,
For tho rich help tho poor from their worldly
Tims it is in tho North, spito of sharp, bloak winds,
Spito of snow, spito of poverty, all is mirth
Tho spirit of Christmas tho rich and poor binds,
And kind deeds mark tho day of tho Saviour's birth!
In the South, on those Isles of the aznro sea,
Whom tho winds aro balmy, tho sunshine glows,
Whoro tho leaves aro green upon shrub and tree,
Whore all tho year blossoms tho swoot blush rose,
Whoro tho feathery forn and tho waving cane
Grow under tho blue of a cloudless sky,
No bleak winds blow, and no chilling rain
J;ik the peasant wish that his homo wore nigh.
But bright though it bo, thoro is worldly care;
There is sorrow, too, and there's deep distress,
And tho poor aro with us, who claim a share
Of tho plenty tho rich in these Isles possess.
Tho Spirit of Christinas reigns over us here,
In this Southorn land, this bright corner of earth,
As it does in tho North for good Christinas cheer
And kind doods mark tho day of tho Saviour's birth!
Ai.atau T. Atkinson,
Honolulu, December 20, 18.)2.
jS rJ,ff. AJ. JU AA JUL. J
The undersigned having been appointed
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Km Tin: I'lcu.iiu vn:n
KHOM THE WOIIKH OK
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Am now prepared to give Estimates and
receive Orders for these Engines,
of any size and style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
AIIE NOW MANUEAOTUUING A
STYLE OK LOCOMOTIVE
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which iiave recently been
rccuived at these Islands, and we will have
pleasiue in furnishing plantation agents
anil managers with particulars of same.
Tho Curtain Lifted.
The Daily Kennebec Journal lifts
tho curtain, and shows to tho public
who tho real disturbors of Hawaii
aro, and havo been for home time
past. Hawaii can snap her lingers
at the saintly fow with their sympa
thizers, as Undo Sam will nev
er haul down that flag, until
tho pure, unadulterated natives
themselves wish for it. England,
Franco, Germany or Russia lias
not shown by action, word or hign,
tho least intention to annex Hawaii,
and I challenge any man hero to
prove to the contrary. It is only a
fow ronognde Americans in our
midst who owo everything they have,
or over they had, directly to Hawaii.
Oli, yo covetous hypocrites and
pharisees, sin no moro against God,
trying to play tho pirate with the
benefactors of your forefathers, as
well as yourselves. Daily Konnobeo
Journal plenbe copy.
.Mr. J. P. lilai.o, an oxtonsivo real
estate dealer in Dos Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped one of the severest
attacks of pneumonia while in tho
northern pari of that state during a
recent blizzard, says (lie Saturday
Jtfview. .Mr. Jilaize had occasion to
drive several miles during tho storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to get warm, and in
side of an hour after his return he
was threatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. ISaizo
soul totho neatest drugstore and got
I a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough l(o
i nii'dy, of which he had often heard,
! and took a number of largo doses.
I He says the effect was wonderful and
' in a short time he was breathing
quito eanily. He kept on taking the
medicine and tue next day was nolo
to coiuo to Des .Moines. Mr. Blaizo
regaids his cure as simply wonderful.
For sale by all dealers. H.onson,
Smith Ac Co., Agents for the Hawai
The Superiority of these I.ocomotlvos
over all other makes Is known not only
here hut Is acknowledged throughout the
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Solo Agonts for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Veterinary -:- Infirmary,
E.M't-llent Accommodations for l'atieiiti-.
I No Kink in Throwing Hones.
1 improved Veterinary Operating Table.
Telephones: $ ,., IM). Hex till
W. T. MONSAItllAT,
Looking for Attractive and Service
able Presents for Gentlemen
should remember that
Has a Complete Line of Tasty and
g& Suitable for Holiday Gifts !
LEATHER GOODS, CIGAR & CARD CASES
Traveling Bags, Umbrellas, Canes, Etc., Etc.
3H M 1 CI?
Vistas of Hawaii,
The Paradise Of The Pacific
As Dainty a Souvenir as Ever Saw Light
KXql'lHim.Y II.I.UHTKATKII ttlTIl fJIOTOIIIUVUIIKii
Tli OPrettiest aiai'istmctQ Present of tlao Season.
tar- l'HICE $1.00; I'HOTOOHAVUUES "So.
All receipts are devoted hy the Kilnuea Volcano House Company and tho Oalm
Itiiilway Company, tho publishers, to advertising the Islands, and to the advantage
of the whole country. '
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
Pianoforte Tuner pJJ!
f AWN MOWEItB TO LET HY THE
Ij day, week or month; Hepalrliig,
Cleaning and Sharpening done; Duplicate
l'leces furnished when required. Machines
called for and returned. Also, Repairing
(larden Hum' In faut, can do anything
necessary around tlie Ikiumi or stable.
King up Mutual Telephouu 1ft.'.
631-U N. t UUKOEBS.
Can lie found, as usual, at his residence,
Alakea street, next to llritUh Club, or by
message at O. E. Willlaini' store, 1'ort
jMP All work guaranteed and visited a
second time. l'rompt attention to all
orders. Tuned the Piano for concert of
Musin, the celebrated violinist. bUS-'Jw
UUINi THE TE.MI'OHAUY All-
senee of Win. (I. Irwin, rrosldont
ami Manager of Win. fl, Irwin .t Co., I.M,
v. .M. liinani, 'ireaMirer ami rjeeretary,
nil to and nerfo
the llr.it mentioned ollicer
WM. O. lit WIN,
President Win. O. Irwin .t Co., l.'d.
Honolulu, Dec. 7, 18U. W3-Sw
AIILM.l V I'tV I IT JBjm!-
wurai. '. ni.iAu.
near rensaenla street.
j'.. ii. nr..iim ,
(j07tf Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
f) NEW COTTA(ii:e ON
it .J'unuhhowl street. Cot
tage contains I'arior. '1 lled
ro.iniH. illnliiLTonm. kitchen.
pantry, and bathrooms. Kent 15. En
quire of I.. ADI.EH,
.'1'J.VJw 13 Nuitanu Htreet.
HOUKE ON MAKIKI
street containing Par
lor, Dluing-rooiii, :t lied
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lir.lllir. lllluiiuiij 11 Ul n It rSlWL
rilled House. Stable and other Outhouses
on the premises. There premises oiljolu
tliosu occupied by Mr. Crolghtou. Aiiiily to
00tf . -J. M, MONSAimit,