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FRIDAY, OCT. 5, 1894.
Elsowhoro will bo found an article
from tho Chicago Times on the
Noi'kar Island incident. If Hawaii's
action will lead to tho landing of tho
cable at Honolulu, it will hare prov
ed all right. Othorwiso, it is hard
to boo anything gained.
BINE PUMPING XNOINBB.
Aa article copied from tho Call on
the rofunding scheme of tho Pacific
railroads contains a suggestive) les
son. Prating about liberty on tho
moro naruo of popular government
is grim folly when bloated monopo
lists havo their heels on the people's
Elsowhore is a description of tho
now designs of Blake pumps being
iustaltod in American cities. What
ever may bo said on present appear
ances of the awarding of tho con
tract for tho Honolulu pumping
plant, it is satisfactory to know that
a concern so well and favorably
known as Blake's Is to furnish tho
W. F. Allen, guardian of tho
Opforgelt minors, bas petitioned tho
Circuit Court for leave to sell real
W. O. Smith has filed his final
account as administrator of the us
tato of KoberL Brown, deceased.
Receipts are S3231 and expenditures
HlUD.Trf, leaving a balance of $2051.
22. Tho inventory shows property
of tho value of i3J31.22.
Argument ou the Wailuku water
case is being heard by tho Supremo
Court this ufturuuou.
1'ablo Artime has brought n suit
for SfuOO, with interest from March
15, lb'Jl, agaiubt tho Hawaiian Gov
ernment, claiming that ho earued
tho reward of hotii) offered by Mar
shal C. B. WiUou on April 18, 1W2,
for evidence that would lead to
tho conviction of tho person who
murdered ft Chinaman whoso body
uau been louuu iu the liaruor near
tho barkentiue W. (1. Diuioud.
Artimo alleges that it was informa
tion ho gave to the authorities of
California which led to tho confes
sion of Illinois Wise, tho colored
cook of tho Diiuond, of tho crime
Judge Wliiling has approved tho
accounts of Father Sylvester, guard
ian of 1 'a trick Uleason.
J. A. Alagoon tias filed a supple
mental account as guardian of the
Manuel heirs. Receipts $2818.81 and
"A Wife's Devotion."
Tho presentation of this touching
and exciting melodrama last even
ing wus another success. Despite
the inclemency of tho weather a fair
audience sat out the bill with rapt
interest. All the parts were well
taken but Mr. feuow as Medlaud.
MissDalgleish as KatoMedluud auu
Mr. Uallelt asSolomou Isaacs, parti
cularly distinguished themselves by
their excellent characterization.
From the second act ou applause
was incessant, and at times so con
tinuous as to intorrupt the stage
action. Miss Mollie Uockmejer, in an
elegant costume, becamo an imme
diate favorite iu her fanciful nud
finished dauco. Saturday night will
be presented AugUbtiue Daly's
"Night Off;" which has achieved
such success lu Now York with
Henry Dixey "Adonis" in the
character of Juulus Brutus Snap.
This part will not sulfer iu the skill
ed care of Mr. Uallett. Louis Beimour
aa i'rof. Babbitt aud Miss Dalglnibh
In Ada Rohan's old role of Nisbo
aud others iu congenial parts eusuru
success. 'J ho piece itself is ouo of
tho most laughable ever put ou a
stago, and the cast is in every way
''Many of tho citizens of Rainnvillo,
Indiana, are never without a botllo
of Chamberlaiu'a Cough Remedy in
tho house," ".ays Jacob "Brown, the
leading uierchant of tho place. Tim
UbmoUy has proven of bo much vaiuo
for colds and croup iu children that
few mothers who kuow its worth
are williug to be without it. Fur
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
6i Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Isl
J. W. Chapman caters for ban
quets, socials, private dinners aud
garden parties. Weddings a special
ty. He can be fouud at all hours at
Bans Souci or will call on any ladies
or gentlemeu who will address him
through the Post Oilice.
Commissioner Daly Awards a Big
Contract to tho Ooorge V. Blake
After tho investigation lasting
about Ihroo weeks, tho Commissioner
of Public Works has awarded tho
contract for tho high duty pumping
engines for tho now aqueduct to
Tho Oeorgo F Blako Manufacturing
Company oi this city. This contract
consists of four of tho most econo
mical type of vortical triple expan
sion crank and fly-wheel pumping
engine. They are to be operated
with 10) pounds of ateam pressure,
and built on tho most advanced ideas
of engineering at the present day.
Thoo pumping engines are to
be placed in a beautiful struct urn
1' catod between High Brideo and
Washington Bridge, just west of tho
now speedway, and tho contractors
ray tho plant is to bo one of tho
Client over built in this country. Tho
engines, when completed, will bo
tested under the supervision of tho
best ouinueeriukr taleut. with a view
to establishing tho superiority of
this class of pumping engines over
any other type matte.
With the reputation that The
George F. Blake Manufacturing
Company has already attained by
oreauiug an recorus in mo ouuuiug
of duty pumping ongLnes, the results
(if tho tests of the engines referred
to will consequently be looked upon
ly expert engineers with a great
doal of interest: for Lho reason, that
with thoso newly designed engines
many of tho olu-timo customs will
bo abandoned, such as low steam
pressure, slow piston speed and com
plicated mechanism Ln tho way of
attachments for securing economical
working, from an examination of
tho oxtensivo works that The Blake
Company possoss and with the mo
dern systems and thorough equip
ment, it is without doubt one of tho
finest manufacturing plants of the
kind iu this country.
The city of Boston has also fol
lowed New York in the selection of
a high duty pumpin u engine, having
JuRt awarded tho contract to Tho
Ueorgo F. Blako -Manufacturing
Company for a ten million gallon
pumping engine of thio vertical crank
aud fly-wheel com pot md condensing
t) pe, to run at a spe rd of over 400
feet of piston travel per minute.
This company is ah io largely inter
ested iu the manufacture of pump
ing machinery for mariao purposos.
aud their pumps have bvon adopted
by tho Navy Departoiont. Tho
famous three-screw cruisitr Columbia
that recontly made such a successful
trial trin is equipped wil h au entire
outfit of Blakn steam pun ips (includ
ing independent air put nps) as are
also the U.S. cruisors Now York,
Brooklyn, Minneapolis, Philadel
phia, Marbluhead, Mont (j ornery, De
troit, Chicago, Boston a nd Atlanta;
tho battle-ships Maine , Iudiaua,
Masrachusotts, and low-; the gun
boats Dolphin, Macbias. Castillo; the
monitors Puritan and Mlantonouioh;
lho ram Katahdin aud tho dynamite
cruiser Vesuvius and uij uy others.
.Wit1 York jhi)h r.
Hawaiian HarOwars cm
The nnderil?ned hare receive'!
aud Varied Aimrttutnt oi
ato,, into, Hjto,
ouratsiso tiik tATicar dbmu.ik I
Dress Goods, Etc.
1U0 A rUIX LINK 0
Domeitics, Cottontdes, Etc.,
To which lospfotlon li InvlteJ.
H. HACKFELD & GO.
Mr. Chu-c, tho General
I'lthHuiiger Agvnt of tho Vol
cano iloubu Oouipuny, wiyH
something 'ih tfoing to Imppeu
to Madame, Polo. Ho thinks
she htm hoard of our Quick
sales and &nuU Profit l'olicy
mm is determined, one will do
Komctluijg to got up a Wgijfvr
sensation, we are too busy
to go and Hue what is going
on; no hero is u chnnco for
you to go uh our representa
tive. You am awuro of the
fact that for every purchaho
made at our htorc ou receive
a check. Kkep kvery one
The. amount of purchase
mulccs no difforenco. On De
cember 2(ith (tho morning
after Christmas), tho man,
woman or child bunging in
tho LARGEST NUMBER CHECKS
to tho Store before 12 o'clock
noon will receive a first
CLASS ROUND TRIP TICKET to
ti o Volcano, and a kttor of
introduction to Madame Pole,
asB. F E11LEKS& CO 'S
repnsuiitative. This ticket
gives you choice of route and
time for leaving. Remember
every pureiiase, great or
small, entitles to a chance.
It's worth working for.
In the meantime, we are
going to try and make things
lively here Quick toales and
Small Profits and plenty of
new novelties will tontinue to
The Mariposa came just in
time. Wo have been looking
forward with pleasure to th
arrival of those dark iLun
and HLACK lawns the very
latest out; also Si otcii ging
hams and colored dimities.
A full line of these goods.
Special attention is also cadod
to our new white and un
ijatistes and magnificent sin
gle and douiilk width Cre
tons suitable for Curtuius
and Kurniture Coverings.
KS Do you want to go
to tho Volcano V
Mondny, Oct. 1, 1894.
It is astonishing what high
prices good1? will bring at auc
tion in Honolulu. Take for
instance the sale of the articles
recovered from the wreck o
the Wilcox, thre w.ts really
very little difference in the
prices of the cloth from what
would be paid in the stores.
Perhaps it was because a man
dressed in flotsam and jetsam
would feel head and shoulders
above his neighbor who pur
chased his clothing on credit
from a tailor. There's goods
and goods and as the articles
in the sale were imported by a
reliable firm the purchasers at
the sale know they are getting
first-class articles even if they
are a little bit damp. It is to
be hoped for the sake of the
men who invested their money
in the wreck that everything
will turn out to their satisfac
tion. Speaking of the wreck
and the effect of the waves
upon the valuable cargo re
minds us that we have a can
vas bag made waterproof and
to be used in districts where
ice is not available, for the
purpose of cooling water. It
is remarkable what a difference
there is in the temperature
after the water has been in the
bag for a few hours. It is an
indispensable to the man who
works away from a water sup
ply. We have them in several
varieties, for hanging on a ver
andah; on a horse or under a
brake. The cheapest is a dol
lar the larirest two dollars.
The next thing to ice and pro
bably better for the health.
Among the novelties shown
at the Columbian Exposition
was a traveling water sprinkler
one that may be set to carry
any number of feet of hose
and water every part of the
lawn without your touching the
hose. We have a sample in
the store, and there are others
in use in Honolulu. They
have given satisfaction in the
States as well as here for the
work they do as well as for the
fact that they do not get out of
order. It is not a toy, this
Little Giant Sprinkler, but a
A Mr. Wolff, of New York,
father of the gentlemanly sales
man of M. Phillips & Co., is
the inventor of a lawn tent
which for comfort, utility, etc.,
beats anything the world ever
saw. It is made on the plan
of an umbrella, ribs, cover and
all. The center rod is of gal
vanized steel passing through
an antique oak table around
which a dozen or more people
may sit with comfort When
the umbrella tent is hoisted,
and if you feel too much wind
blowing on you, sides may be
attached in a moment so that
your party may be out of a
draught or out of the gaze of
the outsiders. We are the
only people handling these
tents and we are confident
they will have the same success
here that they have had in the
States. An umbrella tent is
the lum turn proper at New
port or Long Branch. Why
not make it so here? We've
other novelties in stock not
mentioned in the last ad and
your inspection is invited.
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LOOK m? LOOK
Out mm Out
Benson, Smith & Co.,
For New Stock of Furniture
Dally expend on the "Wilder" nd the "Andrew Wlck"
C Then Yon Sue With Yottr Own Eyes -
lcE:p 8o Co.,
No. 74 TZirxs Street
"Tin King ol Mineral W-itcrs."
HuMli'd ith Special Cue for thin imtikct, and
Every Bottle Warranted
From Recent Direct Importations
MAWS' TOOTHBRUSHES !
Tho Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A. LARaX ASSORTMENT,
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
Agents for ttie Isleixicis.
- am r
litri ami vuried ntock th unrlcruijned wmilrl
piirtmuliir attention to tin following :
.Miiinniitjf California Hay, Barley, KnllwJ Hurley. Bihu.
Middlings, Oat, Corn.
K3P In addition to our umial ntoek of them' we n'n- now
currying Washington Bran, Oato and Rolled Barloy
Thtiw; are each pOHsesHed of Htroug feeding properties and
are well worth a trial by all interested in stoek.
Wuktef tea Mat
Royal and "Cleveland " Baking Powders I
No. 1, Alway In 'urn u 'txnwt mar
S, 5s, lflspurbale.
Liverpool Coxruu, iw. itatf
KnKlihDalr), flli ha
HAM, BACON, CH12ESK.
liarrela and Uall Barrala
KolMer'l In tin and paimm
A oholoe variety of Inadltm iiianda
T. Morton's Encilisu Groceries.
OB088K te BLACKWULL'B BNOLIBH GROCERIES.
MnBY, McNeil & Lidby's canned mkath
RIOQARDHON As BOBBIN'S CANNED MKATH
Hawaiiu Harlwart Ct., 1'4
Oppoalte Hjireckeln' lllook,
307 FORT STREET.
Wo, Tahle and lirtxi
A large variety
HeiolsLa and SiJirreys:
Leather Hind Cushion with Fall and Springs SHOO
Leather Front Cushion with Fall S 9.00
Leather Hind La if back S 9.00
Fiietetons and. Buggies:
Leather Cushion with Fall and Springs S1 1.00
Leather Cushion with Fall S 9.00
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G GO.,
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
J.AKOK BTOOKB OK
PIsDMiim ftiuiiliK Barflwiire, Dry Go,
Crockery. Fnrnitnrt, Bit., Kit.,
tl.WAYH ON HAND AT MOUKKATH PK1URH.
FINEST I1ST ini-,A.-VOFe.
Of uny imported. JiiHt received by
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
B. F. EIILEKS & CO.