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WHAT'S IN TO.DAY'8 PAPER.
1'aclflc Con.t Note".
SECOND PA (IK.
Throws ofTttip Mal: Editorial.
Tho Labor Ojioatlon, by "Midwinter," -Corr.
"Walk Into my Parlor."
The Station Outrage.
Iah-uI and Oeneral I tenet,
"tjiu-ered by bis Itecoiniiieiidntlnn."
A Iost Art lluvlved.
TElw gnihi ctfuUrtin.
I'ltdyrd to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut Established for the lienetit of All.
THURSDAY, MAKCI1 22, 1891.
In view of an increased interest in
whist-playing lately manifest in Ho
uolulu, tho articlo elsewhere, enti
tled, "A Lost Art lltviutl," will ho
appreciated by many readers.
It appears that tho Star has been
editorially all along in favor of a
storage system for extension of thu
water works. Therefore our remarks
of the other day do not apply to it.
Another period should not be al
lowed to asn without t)io extension
A correspondent defond the
Swedes from a slur and advocates
tho introduction of lrtah for planta
tion work. It tho island are not to
have national independence, there
will hardly be enough politics in
them to catisfy thu Irish. But joking
aside, that nationality can do better
ultuost anywhere than in Hawaiian
cane Gelds, and unless all Asiatic
and colored labor was eicluded, so
Htroug is Irish prejudice in that re
gard, they simply would uot lake
Ueorgo Kilviugton, a special o Ul
cer at San .lose. Col., goes to prison
for seven years for killing a man
who was running away followed by
a hue ami cry of "Stop thief!" His
sentence i confirmed by the .Su
preme Court. Wagner of the Hono
lulu special police swore the other
day his instructions were to shoot
on sight anybody trying to escape
arrest, l'erhaps his superiors are
willing to sacrifice one precious life
to got Waguer on the roof seven
years. It is thu madcap olllcial who
muy have giuu such instructions,
however, who should go to the peni
tentiary or, better, bo kicked out of
ollice before any mischief result
from the turning of bloodthirsty
rullians with badges and deadly
weapons loose ou tho streets.
THROWS OFF THE MASK.
When tho commissioners hurried
ou to Washington in the first days
of tho revolution were interviewed
along the route, they freely gave out
that tho scheme of annexation they
cought contemplated the disfran
chisement of thu native llawaiiaus.
This word coming back completely
dashed any prospect tho revolution
ists might hae had of obtaining thu
adherence of uuy considerable pro
portion of the Hawaiians. Tho
talk of the commissioners was de
nounced by their partisans at home
as a mistake, and a bad one to
make at that stage for the infill
ouco of such talk in tho Luitod
States as well as hero. When tho
Star started into being it worked
hard to rectify this mistake, urging
tho llawaiiaus to come in out of tho
cold aud tolling them there was no
intention of depriving them of their
votes. Somehow or other that paper
has now got hold of an impression
that tho Hawaiians are ready to
enter a movement toward taking its
forinor advico. Whereupon it deli
berately throws olT the mask and
pronounces tho Hawaiiau people un
fit to have a voice iu their own coun
try, which has flourished and pro
gressod in civilization for more than
fifty years, in tho greater portion of
which period there was scarcely any
thing but a native electorate. Tho
Tho kiud of annexation these Isl
ands waut is that which will make
them another District of Columbia,
or at best a territory with protective
qualifications for electors. Annexa
tion of tho Statehood sort, with
aborigiues holding tho reius of Gov
ernment would bo opposed by the
Heform party and the Administra
tion an a thing involving as much
danger to thu property and business
interests as a monarchy itself.
Thu peoplo controlling tho Star
know full well that under tho Amer
ican constitution aud ling tho oli
garchs of Hawaii will never have
their foot placed ou the necks of the
people of Hawaii in tho manner do
4irYd. Therefore this declaration of
tho sort of annexation that will
alone sijisfy them must bo taken us
an announcement that tho Heform
faction repudiates tho cause of an
nexation altogether. Tboy aro hug
ging the delusion that they can per
petuate their military despotism in
these islands. Their disillusionment
may be rudw but it is iuovlUblo,
PACIFIC COAST MOTES.
Tho contest of tho will of James
O. Burt is on trial iu the Superior
Court at Sail Bernardino, Cal., be
fore Judge Campbell. It involves
about SI 70,000.
' A lot of mining property and some
' amalgam wai sold by an Arizona
oiicnu winter iwo judgments aggre
gating $125. At public auction the
lot brought $7.50.
An admittance feo of 15 cents is
now charged at all ball games play
ed on tho I'alo Alto campus. The
(Undents attend tho games notwith
standing thu chargo.
Watsouvillo is now the proud
possessor of a modern stoam fire
engine, aud naturally desires that
other metropolitan addition, an
electric fire-alarm systom.
The Alameda county school teach
er has a botanical prize that ho
values very highlv. It is n black
calla lily, the buffo of which was
brought from Palestine by a friend.
There is iu San lleuito county a
mine of good coal. The vein is six
feet iu width ou thu surface aud in
creases with depth. It is said that
tho railroad company has made au
olfer for the mine.
Tho storekeeper at Eureka Junc
tion, Wash., is going crazy, aud well
he may. The entire male popula
tion nf tho neighborhood gathers at
his store, whittles and talks politics,
but spends no money.
Tho authorities of Kern City have
caused tho arrest of a sixteen-year-old
girl who, it was thought, in
tended to marry a Chinese. Au ef
fort will lw inmfo to send her to the
Whittiur Iteform School.
There is a movement at Sacra-
niento airahist tcachinir foreiirn Ian
guages iu the city public schools. A
paper says: "Good old English is
good enough, aud thu pity is that
we do uot have enough of it."
Experiments have been made with
planting wet wheat by Washington
farmers, aud it has been found that
not more than one third of it will
grow, and that which does grow
yields a weak aud (fufor or stulk.
Credulous persons living in Wood
land have been victimized by a so
called "Oriental seer" and "healer"
to the extent of several thousand
dollars. The contributors to lin
small fortune were mainly women.
Snow has been plentiful iu Yoso
mite valley, and indications nru that
tourists will see the valley in more
than usual beauty this summer.
Lately the snow was fully three feet
deep on tho level of the valley.
Tho Labor Quoitlon.
Will you kindly allow an oIimmito
individual, otic who is uoitlior n io j
(.ml plondur, a political ccouoiiiiM, a I
missionary, nor n royuliftt, n low ,
wonts ou tliu lanor ijuufetiou. lliu
luttur iu thin moruiiiK'fl Advurtixor.
iu ro tho labor nrobluin, it a nail
I'oiuuii'utary on American institu
tions. Thu only conclusion that can
bo drawn from it in that, with all
our DoasU'U progress anil civiliza
tion, tlicAcinue bit! of tho Hawaiian
Ink i in a inoro coinfortnblu am)
superior position than the free ami
uufutturcd citizen of the United
Status. Here is food for thought.
Hut the writer of xaiil article, not
content with proudly insulting oery
American mechanic and laborer in
tlilscuuutry, iniiKt neeiU o aud in
sult Home of our best citizens here -tho
.Swedes. Might 1 axk a iiertiueut
uuest ionwhy brintf .Swedes here?
Ah far as 1 can understand they are
a highly educated people. They aro
also members of that church which
Is noted, especially iu tins country, ;
for its broad, liberal aud charitable i
views. In view of all this what has
theSwedo to (jain by coining hero!
Now, sir, as this Uoverumeul is
essentially a Christiau aud liL'hlv
moral Government, in all humility 1
wouiu suggest inai me meiuoers oi
it cast a beneficent eye ou some of
the benighted countries of Europe.
Take Ireland, for instance. Accord
iug to latest nccounts from there
that country is still overcrowded.
Tho natives of Ireland are Mrong,
rugged aud inured to hardship
both mental aud physical; but, from
a spiritual aud religious point of
viuw, what a splendid opportunity
that would ho for a Bishop aud that
band of pious, nut-elfish men that
have made their homo iu this coun
try? What a glorious reward if they
sueceeili'it where others had failed
Let the experiment bo tried. '
Roman Catholic Cathedral. '
UOLV WKKK M:nH'KS.
Maundy Thursday -7 a. m., Pon
tifical Mass; ;i p. m., Washing of tho
fi-ul; 7 p. iu., native sermon; H p. in.,
Good Friday 1) a. ui., Service and
Adoration of the Cross; it p. m., .Sta
tions of the Cross; 7 p. in., Stations
for the Portuguese; 8 p. m., English
Holy Saturday 7 a. in., Service
and High .Mas.
Easier Sunday Masses ns usual.
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is always
within tho bounds of reason because
it is true; it always appeals to the
sober common seiii-eof thinking peo
ple because it is true; and it is al
nay fully substantiated by endorse
ments whiih in the financial world
would be accepted without a mo
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, consti
pation, bilioiisins, jaundice, hick
A severe rheumatic pain iu the left
shoulder had troubled Mr. ). II.
Loper, a well luionn druggist of l)es
Moines, Iowa, for over six months.
At times thu pain was so severe that
he could not lift anything. With
all he could do he could not get rid
of it until lie applied Chamberlain's
Paiu Ualm. "1 only made three ap
plications of it," ho says, "and have
since been free from all pain." He
now recommends it to persons simi
larly allllnted. It is for sale by all
dealers. JJenson, Smith v Co., agents
for tho Hawaiiau Inlands.
THE STATION OUTKAOE
Senior Captain Andrews Not Ouilty j
of Assault ou Cavanaugh. I
Senior Captain Lorriu A. Andrews
was brought boforo tho District
Court bench this morning to plead
to n charge of assault aud battery
on George Cavanaugh ou Sunday
morning at tho Police Station. Cav
auaugh conducted tho prosecution,
Attoruev-General W. O. Smith ap
pearing for Captain Andrews. Thrco
witnesses testified that they saw An- ,
drew strike Cavanaugh ou tho faro ,
with tho Hat of his baud, and use
him with unnecessary force. Cava-
naugh had submit led to the ill usago
without demur. Besides being struck
ho had been thrown with force'
against tho railing, aud lator hustled
down to a cell.
Four police ollicers including do-'
r..mtiii ui..l..,l.iui(.i n l!lT..r.,1ii ai.irv
Ihey stated that defendant pushed
complainant around so a to face
him toward the clerk, and that was
all. The man they saw asaultod ,
was Arthur Wilder. Ho was struck j
by Captain Koschill, clerk at the
receiving station. Tho complainant
may have been struck, but wit noises
did nut seo tho assault. Captain
Andrews was found not guilty autl
discharged, District Magistrate Ho-j
bertson holdimr that police officers
had the right to use force when I
prisoners resisted. Tho complain
ant had resisted lining subjected to
search. His Honor admitted there
was a possibility of complainant
haviiiL' been assaulted, but in thuisx.. mirncrv v w . ;-..
commotion it was next to impossible j
to fasten tho crime ou Senior Captain
' WALK INTO MY PAltLOIt."
Cnsttn & Cooke's Man Playing1 Spider
to tho Nativos.
For' the past few days au indivi
dual commonly known as "Alabama",
Mitchell, au ardent annexationist
and, it is believed, n shareholder iu
the firm of Castle & Cooke, has been
making tho rounds among Hawai
ians trying to get them to sign a
certain paper, taking an oath before
doing so. Mitchell represented that
he wanted to give employment to
fourteen Hawaiians on the building
for thu Knmohamelia Girls' School
about to be erected. Ho said that
iu addition to theemployment being
lucrative, it would bo comparatively
long, as the building was to be a
large one. Before tho men would bo
employed, however, they would have
to go down witli him to Tim Murray,
president of the American League,
1 and sign a certain paper. They
' would not be allowed to i"ee what
I was iu the paper until they had
igued it. A man named 1'alau was
th" foromaushtp, but this
I alau rtMiixod b.vano In could fjot
a Job on tliu oily front without iu
a job on the city front without sign-'
liiff any paper, not even a receipt for I
his wages. A .'ling was to havo
been held 3oMcrday evening. i
We have just received an
other cargo of lln3' and Grain
by the "Irmgard," personally
selected by our mautu'er in
California : and hh we Imy
the best, a word to the wtae
is Millicient. Prompt delivery.
California Feed Co.
Okfick: Corner Queen
aud Xuiianu streets. Both
W.YHKiiorsK : King street
near O. It. & L. Co.'s Depot.
Both Telephone ft.
; IIOHST HALL.
! LUST DAYS I LAST WEEK !
Saturday, March 24th,
Mecbanical Clock of America!
'I lit- (irtnti'ht Srlunlltlr mid ArlUtln
Acliluvi'inuni of tliu Nine
r..A n, r ,i, d.ia.i. .k.
Grand Procession oi w Presidents ol tbe
United States Every Qmrtr Hour.
Intricate Mcclmnlcal Iovniiicnl
Open dully (except WpiIihimIiiv evening),
from '.' to ! r. i. ami 7 to IU i- u.
iVt.: FIvu Tickets. f;
OS Till: IM OF AFItll.,
a Outlast,' on lni'i'ii
ctri'ct niiir liiivi'rnini'iit
llnlldiliK, ri'nt !.'. Ill-
C OKItTX'S rilltiK HTOItK.
ATA VIIIIY LOW IIKS'
tul u Kino llci.idiii'ii
In upi'ir Miii'inn V.illiu
fiirmcrly kriunii "Tin.1
I'nrtliind " Apnh m
F. W. MACFAKIANK.
U tf t'liinn I'Vud Co 't nlllrt.
ASl'MUKII OF ritYI'OTS. wvrnit
I a-k (Ton ImhiikI u'Vl callniiH caitli),
' lurid llni I,, In iiiantlilt' In milt, didlvi'nd
I hum inlln Irnin tlm I'ntt Olllvo ut 7i ti'litf
IHT lllUll. AlllllV III
T. W. IIAWI.INfl.
U TU. CA. I'. 0. Uui i. Violin
By Lewis J. Levey.
FOR SALE AT AUCTION.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
AT MY BALiH!9ROOM
I WILL BULL AT rUULIC Al'CTIOff
-", t. d1M.
VJlie UTay OtalllOIl,
' years old welRhlnp U.-.Ul!...omid,
t"t,c 'feil '"
. i.,ttt ' hntiortrd "MorKnn" innre
.' "I.lttle (Hunt,0 sired by "Monarch"
ntll m,,orted bv I'ltclmrd of California
from Frutice. Well adapted (or ranch pur-
L.ewia J. Levey,
By Jat. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
wn i ulj;,UA1 jUaien -illl,
AT Vi O'CLOCK NOON,
AT MY SA.Lj1S5H.OOVI
I WILL HIM. AT fUHLIC Al'L'TIO.I
Sbares of Stock, as follows:
PepeeXeo Sogu Co.,
Hawaiian Agricoltaral Co.,
Hawaiian Sugar Co. (Hakawell),
Winder's Steamship Co.,
Honoma Sugar Co.,
Paukaa Sugar Co.,
KanukQ Sugar Co.,
(Mala Sugar Co
t . , .
f II DQQllDnOAQ I
llyonli nil Mil. OKO. K. lUUKDMAN.
Mill n'll til I'lllillfl Anrtlnii.nl my
Hiilciruoin, (ItU'f ii Mrrvl,
TUESDAY. March 27,
AT V2 0'01.01'K NOON,
Tbe Following City Residences:
i uiiuuii w uiwr.m vr
i WlLDliU AVI3NTE AND KA-
teo fiit on WIMrr Awiiiib ntiil ii feet
I mi Hnplomiil Htri'cl. utru l'arler, IMnl'.j,'
! riMite, Tho lli'ilrii'iiim, Until unit Hturn
j Itooiu. I'tiiitry. Klii'livn. Out Klnlilon. rtJ.
I I I.UI-.0 Ih KiroiiKl.v lnllt and In peoJ ri':ilr.
. Cxivllfiit vlnu el lliuvlly mid i'U.
I'll ISM ISKS ON 1JEKIJTAN1A
I Adjulnluv tliu nldciir( of Mr. t'vir'u: HI
nil en uervi nun airix'i. imtisv I'linur,
Two Front llcdroom. Two Hiiaro Ted
reuiie., IMiiliiKrixiiii, Kltclion. Iluilironni,
ticrvniitn' Hnurler. cti., utc. Iti-iilx for $2?
I "HOUSES ON KINAUSTKEET,
At pri'H'iit uri'iiiUil liy Win. Viu;nir,
KrniiliiKc of SI fi'il mi Kiiiiutttri-n. Itulld
Injj In uMid repair. Coiitiiln ltrcc Parlor
leid Hlnlniiriiuiii, Two l.urgu ltvilriHiiiiH,
I'.tntry, Klti Iiuii, lliiili.Huililiuind dorlao
IIiium). IU'iiIh fur tS jiur moiitli,
TlivnlHivi'Fll Dcilrulilo fltv Iti-M-
Iriiivi., hi prt'nunt imdir rental, ullrr a
i vi-ry iluMriihloulniiHT fur luvurtinvnl or llie
I inrrliiif nf nn linpruvcd rt'-ddoucc.
1'urtlifr imrllcularHi'iiii Ih IiiuI of
Jas. F. Morgan,
By oiti)i:u of mi:, m. it. coi.iiukn.
mi l iitirxnmil to tliw irovllnn of
Clmiilirfi, Hoxloii I.iiwh of lKirj, I will sell
liy I'iiIiIIii Amdlnii, fur account of wliom It
nitty concern, m my wiietroom, uneen
Mnit, IIoiidIiiIii, on UATIIItnAY, .March
J -'I, 1MII, ut I'.' o'clock noon, O.nk IIoiik,
, formurlv tliu nmiMirtv of W. U. Aelilidu-
'""It liavnc liven niiulo by hald Aclil In
I hii. niiiiKutiom. under tim iroviH'onoi tim
j ttUm ' atu,,,u' jab. f. moik.an.
lloiioliilu, March I', 1M)I.
Y. M.C.A. HALL.
Thursday Evening, March 22(1,
XI 7:30 0'UI)OK.
Will bIvc iiii IntHiiwdy Interi'ttiiiK
"The Legendary Rhine
ll.l.l'KTUATF.I) WITH -
Over 100 Stereopticon Views 1
Tliu Fini't liver Ulmwn in lliinnlnlii.
Admission, 50c. Cblldren, 25c.
tW Tli'ki'U for a If ut t lit.' Iludketiirr
mid ui tliu lla'l. Ih7-lt
All kiwis nf Commrrvial Printing
j promptly tweulfd at Invt rutss at the
Hawaiian Hinlfiin Co., l.'il
Saturday, March 17, 1M),.
While the news received by
may not be
favorable to the sugar planters
and consequently to every
resident of the Hawaiian Isl
ands it is not of a character i
that should cause serious
alarm. After calm considera
tion it is difficult to find where
in the sugar planter will be i
worse off after the treaty is
discontinued than he has been
since the McKinley I Jill became I
a law. When the duty was ,
taken off sugar in the United
States the price of that article
dropped out of sight and our j
planters received a blow by
being placed on the same level
as those in other foreign coun
tries; the putting on of a duty
and the abrogation of the treaty
with Hawaii does not alter their
position in any respect provid
ed the price of sugar advances
to the extent of the duty.
It is probable that the cost j
of producing sugar in Cuba
does not differ materially from ,
that of this country, and there, is
no way that it can be reduced. '
It is reasonable to believe that
if the price ol an article is re- j
duccd by abolishing a tariff, j
the opposite must be the re-
suit if one is imposed. j
For months the people here ;
have understood that the duty
would be imposed and the i
bounty discontinued. Some ,
people considered the prob-!
abilities of the discontinuance
of the treaty, but a majority of
them did not, they looked onK
ut the "duty on" and content- '
plated the profits with the '
treaty still in force. To those i
people the news by the Ala
j meda had the most depressing '
J effect. ;
i Thu question will be aski.d. !
i ..if . . .1. .- .1
"ii it is in tue power oi tne .
trust to advance the price of '
sugar, after thu duty i-? impos
ed, why has it not done so !
since the passage of9 thu Mc-1
Kinley bill?" Theru are several ,
answers to the question but (
one, perhaps, will suffice. The
trust, whilu not posing as a '
benevolent institution, may be (
considered an American one,
and will naturally protect
American industries when its !
purse is not touched. Cier-j
many comes next to the United !
: e. ...,.:.. :.,. - i. ..:.... i
uiaiua in us oii.u j.;i VHUII.IIWII,
anu us planters aru huosiui.eu
as aru those of the United
States; the low price of sugar
made it undesirable for foreign J
producers to compete. It" one)
Congress saw tit not to protect j
its planters through the tariff, j
thu trust, which must be consul-;
Mirth t nn inlitriiL'liil 'i t r ltri ir !
v u iitbi v.Jtuu imi i) , uiu nw j
by manipulating prices, uuuer
the Wilson bill with the Senate
changes thu American planter
is protected to a curtain ex
tent, but the bem fits he will
derive will not be equal to
those under the McKinley
bounty clause. If the trust
kept thu pricu down to benefit
thu American producer, thu in
crease of .i cent a pound on
thu foreign product will place
him iu the same position as
under thu McKinley law. If
the present low price is main
tained the Louisiina planter
suffers, because he is out two'
cents a pound bounty and he
gets no more for his product.
But thu tariff laws of the
United States will have no ef
fect upon an article like the
J onus l;uncu. Its quality will
be maintainud and every con
sumer will be as well satisfied
as Mr. Monsarrat, who says:
Kai'.mmi.i It V II,
' Ki , II u vii.
I Mil. V,. It. IIkmhiv. MamiKi'i llauainin
; ilardwiiiK ( ii.. Honolulu.
1 Dear Sir-
1 liiivn jii-lcuiiijili'tMl -nun thri'ii mile-
ol ihc 'Join-H i.i. 1. rence" and iiiii-i tu?
! tiuuV;z :;::;; r,;!:;'.:;.,"i ki:,,,.i,,h-1i
I ii hum ni'iir v Inn 11--1I1U1 lo i;i't u n i doui
Tlicn. iiit.'i'l'i 'Vn iIi'in fen. !'' iiciv i'i'.i'
poiti-itM at ie.it ..'tfei't iijuii, the -imi1 iii
I luce i iiiii'ii iu ultn t.i-'. I lure i- ii" u;
to It and 1 1 ln miu iiiij i"- u m hiinim--.
! lain riiulldcni tli.iMtulll turn niiiuiir
I I I unci Mime I'm aiel a liall null". ui'M'c
i t'u'irr " vvr"iVi-n "l f il'-' "iiV '. I u " ''l'.' !ii a ''.I ! ,1f',w"' f"r ""' i"-inU.itioii ..i Mir Miiii:iii.i:iih, emihli.iK any enmpetuiil on-
t'lindiTKiili.. Hi.' l.-,i i'iiiu- ivill icii.mI1 ,,'1 '' "lieiM.fiilly liiMall aud ft.nl them.
i lllll HUillTlM
you tanlu'r. lilt uililiuu ilie ih li mi
I lid" part ef the land, and inn ciiMiut
it will, )oi call li -t a- in I i Ii i u imIi
turn iiiiM iiuylliuii: c"i i n Itn.i lli.H.
Vitv tin I v uiir'.
Hawaiian Iiardwaic Co., h
0iiiilc HprucKi'lh1 Itlnif,
3117 FORT STKMlsiT.
TEiPiE OF Mil
Comer F'ort Se Hotel Streota,
I BEG TO INFOKM MY CUSTOMERS
THAT I WILL HOLD . . . . .
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH.
BIG iUelENTS f&
Will be offered to the Public and it will pay you to trade at
lhu "TEMPLE OF FASHION."
... I AM OFFERING NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only, "
Boys1 Cambric and Flanette Waists
Elegant Assortment of Color." at 20 Cents Each.
.Jtift Received bv I
To be sold for okk vi:kk oxi.y at JOe., 12k, Me. and lG.Jc.
..,. ...., i t r,ic ...-.!. 9,-. " , i
. . 3 S O PIEOES
"7"Tf rT",f",lT T A T A "T5CT "TVT"
V "- ' -1- - -Ev, -i--ca- J-4-. W JM
Ln 10-yard lengths, reduced front $1.00 to 7." cents.
Corner Fort and Hotol Sts., .... Honolnln, H. I.
The Drug IJii.siiie.ss heretofore carried by Ilol
lister Ai Co. has been incorporated under the
name of the . . ....
cluster Drug Co., I'd.
Having the largent and most complete stock in
our line, we are prepared to off jr our ciintoiners
the best goods at the lowest prices.
HOLLISTEE DRUG CO.,
F5? iroi-t, E3t.Tt.
National Cans Shredder
ivrK."n:i UNMimi tiif. i.aw.s of tin: Hawaiian islands.
kszn . $ ) . .x.
f.r'ff& v -a
rnilK tJNI)KItSl(INKI) IIAVK IlKKN Al'FOINTKl) SOLE AGENTS FOU
lliw'ii KiniKiiDhitH nnil aru imw tnuimriil to nxoivi! union1.
Tim uri'itt mlviiiiiitt'H to lw ilrrivi
Tlii In run iiiiiiiliur of I'l.inti-rx iniiiK
t.....t 1. II.. II ... ..I!
I tiKi'iniiii' iiuiniiiir, i itii, iviisiruii.i nun niM'wiii'iu, ni).ir iiuiim to tnu
' .il'uMi claim.
I Tho iimi n tho riiiiiniiiiKU vi-ry lnrgtdy iniKiiifiilH tho quantity of cunn
I llio null can Kriinl (l.r tu .r)(),), ,iUn il.o oMriu-tinn of juiro (f tn 12i).
' II Ik ii khmI iinirKiniid, iiinkiiiK Iciiutvu ill iiiiro tin- jiri'Muicii of uuy
! iii'ci' nf iron. hlulsi'H from oaic, oi anything which wmilil Lolmtilo to ilmnugo
1 llio mill, mill allowing nniili lime tu icniuvn miiic hcfnro il.iinnyinK thu mill.
, 1 ho Mlliiauihli l very htiiiiiKH made, anil fmni (lie manlier nf ito ontra-
tiini it mu or ifii i tlu-f invi- iii M'liutl iii iiuii witliinii ofii'ii tirt'.ikiiit; tho
; ": " -.-i.i.. n..k., h i. ..! r.m;,.f .i,,, k.m,., r c,.t.of,
I tvmi'11 '',, ',l' qnickly and ci uuiii ii'.illy iiilauil. I ho .SlIliKDIiKII, as ItH
I name I in Ilea 1 1. lealr tin cane in In -lneili. uf .uvino !ini'ili nerfeetle ihuhi.
' iiik it and nlli.niiiu ilu null in thfruiilily n- mil tliu jiiii'I'h willmnl ro-
i MiiiK 1"' iniiiieici' Mini powi-r mri-M-uiy to giiml in mull tho whole
1 1'" no. I he iii.'i.iini it -in aiU the fliieililnl ciinc iiniliit inly anil ovouly to
tho mill rnlU, and duet anay with the inveity of t.irc.itlinn the luaht-o liy
hand lii'tuYcii i In- nu, wlieie nuiiniliny i in n.n. Nu greater iinioitnt of
liuiler e.i.u"i i-. niiiii"d In openilo the .Siii;i:niii:u than t lint which win
Mllllclonl f I the null. I'm the iilmw ica.iinw We fiiriiii.li full wurkinc
in iinli iiiik Mini;lilii.Hh Iniin iih, pliaM' rend Hiiall fkelcli, i-lniwine the
ilniiifii'i anil widih u i he null inll with which Sniiciuipu imoliceuniuetiil,
al-.i the Mile (ntlii'i riulil or left h ind iih you f.iee t' . uuliviry rlile .f the
mill), iiptiu uhich I In tii'll enuiui n luciitilaUo ihe height from llnur line
In ci uli i uf limit mill mil i-linfi , and li-lniicc cciilei iIhn r-h i ft In fumt mill
uf Imi plait'. Tin e Mim ni, i.i, . an imw In iug iimiI liy the llilu Sugni Co.
aud Hum .Mill, Kuh.ila, whole ihey mo giving glial Mtitd.u lion.
H& I'uii'n ainl (iiriliei parliculaih ma) he had liy applying to
:tst "Australia" a Largo Stock of
TJonolialvi, EC. I.
d from tin tieo of llio National Oa.nk
oiiClily I'Hlalillhhi'd mid iii'knciwliilgrd liy I'IuiiIl-ih
tlii'in in llio United Stati-h, tJtilm,
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G. IRWIN & CO., LU,
HjI( A)tnli fur th uii a i in it hliiiiJi.