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"-"'J m oti(i ji,,nj
IJY E. P." ADAMS.
Tills ID tx yr.
AT AUCTION !
On Saturday, January 8th,
AT in V M AT I'tSII .MAItKKT WllAltf.
Ten Cords Fire Wood.
I!. I. ADAMS, Aoct'r.
On Thursday, January 13th,
A I in A. M. ntNalc llooin,
Amos A Son'n. Stignr Cured Hums,
I'rosh Uncoil, McMnrrnyV Oysters,
Ynrnioulh Oorti, I'icklos, Olives,
Candies, Oxford RuiiRnffo,
YnnHt Powder, Trmich I'oan,
Urown Sugnr, Ac, Ac
Itoxns Onions, Hags I'ointoos,
Sucks Siniill Corn.
K V ADAMH, Anctr
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
PARTIES IN HONOLULU
Or othf r part of tlio Inland,
CAN IIAVK TIIHlIt
Orders Filled at Lowest Kales
lly application to Mr, K 1' A PAMH, quncn Street, who
tumour HcscrlptlvuCutiilogiiu with prices.
ON HAND AT THE STORE OF L.W. HOPP
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets,
Hliivl Wiilnnt Si ilc hour dn,
JJIuck Will nut Dining Chairs,
Ouk Ciine Sent Dining Chillis,
Cedar Ilcdroom Sols,
E. P. ADAMS, AGENT FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
HAMB U RC TEA.
T IN I.MI'ONHIIII.i: TO .NAY TOO ylUCII IX
"prnl no of till" good (ilil standard Family Medicine
Itciiiiiint lxi tnolitchly recommended, ns It is truly n
Hnrv.'l of tlio Aw, and no hoiischcltl should bo
without It, It prevent" nn well as cures NKI11 III
nwe, fsniil. ItlioilliliitlNiu, 49rnvcl and all Kill
iscjr Ilcne. AITrcteil Liver, llrnilrfrlir.
Nnuwn, Illlo, Wliiil, Indigestion, Comtlpii
tlon. fvsr nml As;"". NlecplcMsiiifv. t.iis!
fttnle. I'ottl llrsnllt, and every disease brought on or
nKKravntod by a disordered stomach.
It purities tlio Wood, demises tlio Stomach unci How
flu, und glies tlio uholo system a Healthy and Delight
ful Touc. There never was a incdlc'no for tlio Nursery
equal to It, and holng composed of Herbs only, It can
bo given saldy to infants. It If a triumph In ineillcino
--harmless, yet ofllcacloim. Invaluable in tlio family, on
tlio road, at sea, and uveryM here.
For aula by all Druggists, and at wholesale by
BUI McLLAN I1ROS.
The Germania Market
AN IIKt'.S TIIOKOIKHII.Y ItKXOVATIin.
and U now constantly In receipt or tho belt of
MKUF, MUTTON, VKAli AND LAMII,
From Choicest Herds,
Iork Sausages, ltolonas, Head Cheese, German
Sausages, Ac, alnays hnud, as also tho best of 1'oultry
Our Meals ara all cut and put up In Kusteru stylo. All
orders faithfully attended to, aim delivered In any part
of tho city.
17 tim HAUI'l' Jb SOHHAliKK. Proprietors.
J UST REC Kl VJKJD !
A NKW 553 LOT OK
NO. 1 SPRING SALMON,
In llwrril miiiI llnlf llnrrU,
Whlcli 1 will noil itt Low Itnti'.s.
15 lm J. 11. IIHUN8. K.planadc.
SCHOOL OF COOKERY RESTAURANT,
ioluurd Street, between Merchaut and
llonril SI per Hook, with fresh ogKs each monilnj.
Fur Siilo Fresh Kxgs, Chickens dressed, or aa re
quired. Ileef Tea, and Soup, at all hours.
IW-'Jl Mrsl TlvUrU-MI.OO,
II .lm ALFHKI1 H. HOUailTON. rroprlrtor
r 1 UK lINIIKKNItl.Mlll IIAVK J INI' HE-
I. HKIVKUper Amy Turner, from HiMtoii.a full u
(Dttuittin of thise cott'brstcil l'omis, whlelfuruKUttisn
lord to loclu'i'r mid bellur than any other stylo ol
iuiui luilmrml. Wo call the attention of planters pnrllo.
nlarly to tho Vacuum I'ump, wlileli la less coiupllculiMl
mud tuor rTlcvsbla liuu oilier pumps.
si am n tr ti. itur.wnu . co
rpilK UNDKllSlfiXKD 1IAV1XO
X 1h'H apHliitvd by the Court " AdmlnUtriilnr of
the Kstuloot Charles Long, dicensed, renuvsU all par
ties Indebted to tho llstatu. to make. InimeilUto imyment
and nil parties having claims against tlio said Estate to
present them for settlement to tho imilfrslgmil wllulu
(lx month fiom dato or they will bo foievet luired.
F A. hCHAKFUH,
Administrator of tlio estate, of Ciiah. I.iisii. deceased.
lUmululu, Nmciuber 1st. IbN) h.? II m .
FRANK II. AIST1N & CO.,
Commission Merchants and For
Oftke 'o. !W California St., Sun Fruntlsco.
ConslitumonK from the llaualtan Islands desired.
Tho llest 1'rlics Warranted, and bales lliursutccd.
bill -I ly
Just to luuhl K "Eureku," niul for Brtle
100 bbls. I'rhno VluiitutloH SuIiuoh
At tltt Lotctit Market Jiuln.
TOBACCO AMD CIGARETTES,
Extra Mew Beef
IWK KAIK UK
UOLLKb & Co.
BY C. S. IJAIITOW.
S. Ml l'sirl HlrrM, nlmii lln rtunln,
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12th,
At 10 o'clock A M , on ace onnt of departure,
Centre Tables, Chairs. Heilsleads, Pictures.
One Klrirant .Marble Top Walnut lledroom Set,
.Meal H ife ( roc kcry are. Matting,
Laiire Hii(r. New ook .Store,
And Oilier .Articles of Fiiriiilurc.
O. H. 1IA11TOW, Anel'r,
FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1881,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A M. WILL HE (,!)
Dry Goods and Clothing;!
A NEW LOT OF CHOICE GROCERIES
Tins of Oysters, 1 and 2 lb., Salmon, lnm.
llo'ist I lilrken. Milk. Hriinr l'as and Corn,
HikI, Milk and Assorted Crackers, lloxes Candle",
Hearts, Turk and lieaus. Crackers, Tea, Soap,
Table I'riilts mil Jjtii. Hags l'otatoes, t orn, llran
Alo, Superior lliiritc.ss, SiiiIiIIcm nml Whips.
C S IIAHTOW, Anct'r,
ATinr. iti.sini:.ci:or.Mii .vioiur.,
Hchnol Street, near the Tllg IlrldRC, former reshknee of
SATntDAY, JAXUAKY 15, 1881,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M WILL IIK HOLD
PARLOR, BED ROOM AND KITCHEN FURNITURE
One Solid lllnc k Walnut I'lllar Extension Table,
Illnrk Wiilnnt Dining Chairs,
Klne Loiince, upholstered in raw silk,
Choice Oil 1'aliitliiKS. HunKing Lumps, porcelain
Ono very m at and new lied lloom Set,
Crockery nnd Glass Ware, mid other Kurnlliirc.
0. S. IIAHTOW, Anct'r.
oivi: c'ottaui; piano, a hooii
- f-K IUIIIU 11131 Mlltl-lll
. Til 0- HA11TOW.
MULES AND HORSES.
Ibo uiidersb'iKd fortlia purchase of Mules and
Horses, nml persoii'il attenllon qlveu by a tier
win In San Francisco to pclictlnc and pur-
chaslnc tho same actordliiL' to order olven.
U. S, IIAHTOW,
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Vnliinlilc us mi Inrestinent.
lteiited In j-nnd tenants ror n lone period. Hnildlnss In
good repair and pUasitntly located. Apply to
C h IIAHTOW
YUCCA BOILER COVERING
PntontoA Jnnnnry 10, 1866.
Has been victorious over allother deilces forcovprlnc
boilers with which It has I n hroujilit into competi
tion, both In Huropo and America, for tho past twclvo
jenrs Kiidorsed by Ilia Kclrnt(Rc Amerlran and Loudon
Knglneerlng cierywheru as belnjr the lust Non-conductor,
tho most llellublc, tho moit Economical.
Tho "Air Spaco" ilsa nieclianlcal device. Tho old
method nf roertnB boilers, steam and other hot pipes,
was to smear a coating of plaster out tlio boilers and
pipes, and directly In contact with the hot surfaces.
Common sense teaches that any compound thus applied
lll soon have tho life burnt out nf It, and that the ex
pansion and contraction of thn metal oier Hhlch It Is
smeared. Mill cause It to loosen unit crack, so that It
will, after a time, fall nil. Ilc-lilcs this, uxperieuce has
proved that the lime and other compounds used for this
purposo, Mhen applied direct to the boiler surfaces,
corrodes the boilers so as to preatly Injuru them.
Tho Air Spaco series a t unfold purpose; first it pro
vides a stratum of air entirely around the boiler, iihlch
Is tho best known non-ennductor of beat. Second. It
provides a surface which In entirely Independent of the
boiler surface upon Mhlcli tho covertmr compound is
placed, and this surface bdrii; formed of n ire cloth of
it-Inch mesh, furnishes a spb udid means nf clinchtnt;
or fastening the compound around the boiler.
The Mtro space Is supported at the spaco nf an Inch or
moro from the boiler or hot plpo by metal studs placed
clostf together, so that the evtmnslnn or contraction of
thu boiler or pipes around which It In placed villi not af
fect the outsido covering, because the stud allows a
sulllcient mniement without disturbing the surround
Inu wlru and inier.
Experience and practical tests ham demonstrated
beyond n doubt that the radiation of heat from a boiler
urrounded by the "Air bpace "and its roiei.,11:, Is les
than that from a boiler covered iilth any of the other
Mell known boiler coicrlnus; consequently there is a
greater saving of fuel.
In proof of what Is said about the superiority of tho
Chnlmers-hpenco Air Space, seo Scitnt(llc American,
Dec. 1, IS, 1, and London KtujiMcrliig, July 1J, 1877.
(1. C. r'OWLUlt, Solo Owner for I'aclilc Coast.
H. HACKFELO & CO., Agents,
INTO E5 3XT CSr-1 3NT E3
Should ho without the far-fumed
American Cylinder Gup
Of Mliich over Ten Thousand aro now in use.
Is tho only
LUBRICATOR IN THE WORLD
That can bo relied upon,
AND IS WAItHANTIM)
All that li Claimed For It.
A certain number of drops per
lnluuto or per hour (vlslbie to
tho eje), will keepyourCj Under
lubricated continuously, ('1 lip
oid style of cups do not feed
It will pay for Itself In fuel
ci cry two mouths; In nlleiery
seien to ten months; in near,
packing and labor eiery four
Tho aboie, also Cups for
Shaft lleurlugs, C) Under Oil
anil Lubricating Compound may
bo had of the A? nls,
DILLINGHAM & CO.
Ml IE! m
JMriu't from llnstou uml Now Hcilt'onl
Ui bark Amy Turner, Me have tccclied
CorroN hick non. i to i. cotton
Havens S oz. lo 10 ox, CnltooSall Twine ft, b, 7 and
H ply. New Bedford .Manila Cordage, slies from l!l to
ft Inch. Sisal Hope, u, V and U thread. Spun) urn,
3 lam and - uru. louseliii Seining, 11, U, I-' uud 1ft
thn'ad. O.IIIS -Ash Oars, sires froinV to'.M feit.
All of nhlcli Mill bo sold as Ion as can bit bought In
lids market. Nil 15 1IUI.I.KS A CO.
Notice of Meulliity r StmUlioldiTh of Will
Itoo Silent' Cuiiiitiii)'.
AM13HTINO Ol'' Til 10 STOCK
hulders of thu Wallito Sugar Company Mill be
held at lh Utiles of the Company, at Walhte, Maul, on
Monday, January lilh, 1M1. Hy dlrecllnji or th l'resl
dent of the Coiupauy A. A. CoritTUNK Y,
secretary Wallico Suar Company
Walheo. Maul. Diremher tM. IWI. Is Ml
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
tiuvj. l.v sl..u.l n.t ,...t nAlil .l.kln.1 I. ..A lit I. lUslI
V !. ' UI VI Hill I lllt It t UIM l"'.
keen appolntid assignees of the Kstate of Ahaua, nil
nersons liavlnc claims against the said estate are herebv
reottested lopresrut thesameiandall persons ludebteil
to the said estate to uiako Immediate luij meut lo the said
BsWucis. T It. WALK lilt.
Honolulu. December!! 1. 18A1. IT 3t
rpilK UXJJKHSIOXKl) IIAVJXO
X. been apiMdnted assignee of the estate of V W
lUrlels, of Honuapo, Kau Island of Hawaii, gives
nollco 10 all pcrtous Indebted la the said estate to make
Immedl tie payment lo the ungersigned, and all parties
claiming to be creditors to present their claims without
delay at the oltlcc of M. l'nllltp S Co., 'o. U Kaahu
uiauu St., Honolulu,
IT A. LOKWKNIIEIta,
T1IK UDKKSIGXKD HAVING
X been appointed Atslgnces for the estate of Lam
bun, of Wallaku, Maul, hereby glva notice la all per
sous Indebted to tho said estttu to make luiumdlate
pa in cut toT. W Eicrr'., WailuWu, or to th under
algued; and all parties claiming lo bo creditor to pre
aeuttbstr claims without delay to tho undf r.lgued, at
Honolulu, OiUu. 'm. PHILLIPS i CO.
Honolulu. December 17th. ISeJ). 17
Bran and Oatt-
EX I.4MV aUAMIliUM,' 'THIN OAT.
tK) HOLLKS A Co.
VVK SAN FIlAiWISCO.
SfEESSl' .TKNKS. Master.
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
For freight or passage apply to
MS U F T LHNKIIAX .t CO., Agents
FOll SAN FRANCISCO.
"-I 'A Till! VAST clipper nitio
&$&. J- D- Spreckels,
tGZ& HANSEN, Commander,
Will have qnlck dispatch for above port.
For Freight or passage, apply lo
(TO WM (1 IRWIN A: CO.. Arcnts.
PO R S A N FRANC I SCO.
'" IK At I,ItIr,s" "ARK
rhv Lady Lampson,
fkT3SSbL' MAHSTON, Master.
Will have quick dispatch for above port.
For freight or passage, apply
H2 17 C Hltnwnn A CO . Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
y i iic t (mi, niiinc j.nrkcminc
Ln-ir'. FT 1 IT", -rr a.
Will have Quick Dispatch for above port.
For freight or passage, apply to
H-W17 II. II ACKI'HLIi CO., Agsnts,
Tho Al Swedish Hark
Will rctnrn with dispatch to Hongkong.
For freight or passage apply In
H7" II. IIAOKl'KLI) A Co., Agents
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
Tho A 1 Clipper Schooner,
2L " 31 A JL, O J O," 3L
Will sail from Honolulu to Illlo direct, and will call at
Intermediate Ports on the return trip.
For Freight or Passage, npply to the Captain on board.
1 or A. FRANK COOKE, Agent.
-Ti n ,-r r'.-
III.NtJ, t MANTi:it
Tuesday, December 7th. 5 p m Illlo
Tuesday, December 1 II h,r p m Circuit or Hawaii
Tuesday, III comber 31st, R p m Illlo
Tuesday, December th. ft p in Circuit of Hawaii
Or)" X 'r'illt for I'assnuc .llmic. -sn
Wo po.lllvelj decline to open accounts for Passages,
and we particularly tall tho nltentlon nf the traicilng
public In the nrcesslly nf having Ilnggago and Freight
plainly marked; mo Steamer will not bo responsible
for ary unmarked llaggage, or for Freight or Parcels,
unless Itwclptril Inr.
Froirht Money TJno on Domand.
In all ca.es nf freight for parties not responsible, or
unknown, the freight money will be required 1 11 advanic
I'ACHAtlKS ol I.IUIIOIt.S null IVIMS .1HI.S.
UK PI.AI.VI.Y MAIlKi:it
For the party whom they are for, or plainly staled In the
receipt tn whom they art consigned.
All denianilB for damage or loss must bo made wllhln
In no way liable for los or accident to Hie slock.
Xf Hack Driver", Hoys, ami such like, will not be
allowed on board the Steamer on arrhal, until after tho
passengers have been landed.
Ml WILDER Si CO.
PACIFIC WAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
THE NI'I.l:.MII NTKAMMIIH'
CITY OF SYDNEY!
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday, Jan. 17.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
THE NI'I.KXlillr NTEAalrlHIP
ZE A.-L .A. ILSrDI.A.
On or about Saturday, Jan. 22
For Freight and Prbsbco, apply to
M3o. II. HACKl'KI.Il.t CO.. Agents.
OimhIh lr .Sliliiiirtit por Nlciiinur ran now
bo Mtoroil, Free l Cluir);.'. In Hie t'lre-prvol
n'arcliuiise noiir tht- Slriiuirr MlinrT.
A. FRANK COOKE
AOKNT FOR THE FOLLOWING COASTERS:
Wallolo, gZj Malolo
Watoll. jfitfa Z.iUu,
AVniehn, lftVli Wnimnlu,
Goii. Slot-ol SsSissS KbIuuo,
FLAO Red iiith While Hall. Olllco-Corncr of Queen
tCH and Nuiianu Streets. I
PLANTERS' LINEfOR SAN FRANCISCO
jftBt C. Drowor & Co.-Agonts. fit
BsLS? Merchandise received Mornire I'rcs". STiS
and liberal cash alliances mado on shipments by this
Hue. 780 ly C. HREWEK & CO.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. Browor 4. Co. Agents.
o- ViiTOPil filn nminnniiiiiiilii rati iluavi n tkl
maile for storuge and shipment of Oil, Ilone. WoqI,
Rides und other Merchandise o New Iledford. Hoslon,
New York and other Eastern Ports, tlryCash ndiancrs
ir, h t- vorimuiuiitr
c. Iirewer CO.
jT , V
i fm --aJ
KJi u " ii d
? e- S . 1
...".a. et :.s
Wailuku Poi Factory.
B1SST tJ'lTAIjITY OF 1A1A1 MAN
iifactured constantly. All orders tilled with dis
patch. E. II. 11AILKY.
a ly Wailuku. Maul.
ATjT. VKKSOXS INDKnTKD TO
he nderslgned are riltietcd to make settlement
wllhlr. o moiillis from data or their accounts will bo
put In the bauds of a colleUor,
II. A. IIEEN
Mskaivaii. November 19. Ifif). Vi 2m
MIMV. II. COUNWIIIil. AND G. A'.
Macfarlane constitute the firm of Coruwell A
Co , doliiv bu.lnessa bugur Planters at Walkapu Plan-
lauua, uisirici oi iiaiuapu. isianii oi Jiaui,
Honolulu. December St. In.1). 17 3t
AN INVOICE OF
' DRY MONOOLC,"
And Fot Sale by
S 11. 1IACKFEL1) A CO.
BEIBEXTS AUTOMATIC STEAM
FOR HALE BY THE
HONOLULU IKON WORK! CO
This Itttl apparatus oils the cylinder couslautlr and
perfectly. So little oil l used that a sailug of oil and
Hear equal to font time Mi cost may be effected la out
PUt BiM, $43. Half Pint Site, $30.
O -s5 .:
c i-n -u l:
P'Z sSi s
DILLINGHAM & GO.
37 Fort Stroot,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Et "Amy Tnrner" and "Mohican," and by Rail from
New York via San Francisco,
Direct From (ho .MniHifiictnnjrs I
Invoices of MOLINK PLOWS,
made extra stnmg, specially for os, as
sorted slr.es, Extra parts constantly on
1 1 GILPIN SULKEV PLOW.
Jowett's Wnlcr Filtcrit A Goolorn,
Jewell's Coolers, Jewell's Refrigerators,
Zero Refrigerators, Ire Cream Frvcicrs,
Hygienic Water Fillers (no Ico required ).
Disstoti's Sawn, Uatitl Saws,
Otic Man Sans, U( to 8 feet: Iluck Saws,
Oreat American Cro'S-cnt Saws. t'Uo T ft ;
Haw Hucks, Saw Handles.
Mnydolo it CIioiioj'h llntnincrn,
lllacksmlths Hledges, Coopers' and .Ma
Carpet nml Upliolslcrer'fl Tacks,
" Pulnim" and"(llobe'' Horse Nails, Cut
Nails, 0alvanl7ed Nails, Wrought Nails,
Light Pattern Ilorso Shoos.
Ohio GriiidstoncM, Family Grind
stones, Ottndstnne Flxlflrcs.
.Hunt A Day's Axes, Hatchets,
Mattocks, Rice, Oarden nnd PJanlcr's
Hoes, Manure and liny Forks (S Ip 0 lines),
Picks and Pink Mattocks.
Kinsley's Axles, Sealant! Cnrringo
Springs, Whlnielrees, single and double.
JJiish and Grass Scythes nnd
Snaths, Sandusky Planes and Plane Iron,
Cue's (Icnulno Wrenches, Am Us, Vises
Anvils and Vises combined. '
Planters' Hoo Ilnndtes, Hickory
Pick, Sledge, Axo and Hammer Handles,
Rake and Chisel Handles.
Shovels and Spades, (long nnd D
handled), Sanderson's Slcel Scoops, lloya'
Spades a full assortment direct from the
Ilnrrows, Road Scrnpcre, Hay
Cutters, Scales, Lawn Mowers, Clothes
Wringers, Wheelbarrow s. Portable. Forges,
Hand nnd lllacksmlths' llcllowv
HiiiKhnm Thickets, Step Ladders,
Wooden Trays, Clothespins, Washboirds,
Wool and Ilorso Cards, Curry and Mane
rilmkcr Sockot IJtootns, Tlattnn
Yard Ilrooms, Mops and Mop Sticks.
Bed Scrows and Bed Koys, Englo
Carriage Holts, Holt Ends, Holts,
Square and Hexagon Nuts, Wahers.
Standard Rubber Hoso, 3 and !
ply, CarboJIzed Rubber Hose, Sand I ply.
POWDER, SHOT AND GAPS.
Candle fc Keroseno Wick, Lamps,
Chandeliers, Lanterns, Chimneys, Ilnrncrs
and Fixtures, Kerosene Oil Stoves, Wrap
ping Twine, Tumblers, Fish Globes,
Itur.4 Jjimiii- U.
Toilet Sets, Chamber Pails, Cns-
pldores, Trays, Child's Trays, Cash and
Lunch Boxes, Cako Hoxcs, Spice Hoses
Pieced Pans, Cako l'ans,llread Pans, Dish
Pans, Rinsing Pans, Cullenders, Milk
Strainers, Egg Whips, Egg Poachers,
Funnels, Seines, Skimmers, Jolly Moulds.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
FULL LINES OF
House Furnishing Goods,
Paints, Oils, Varnishos,
Turpentine, Ac., Ac, tfce.
Tho Bain Wngon,
Cortland Wngon Company,
llallidio's Barbed Wire nnd Staples,
Hnllidie's Patent Wiro Rope,
Avcrill's Chemical Paints,
California Wiro Work,'
Albany Lubricating Compound,
Albany Cylinder Oil.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
37 Fort Street. Honolulu,
CHRISTMAS HAS COME
AND SO HAS OUIl KAI.L
STOCK QF GOODS,
Just como to hand by tho
Amy Tunic F, Mohican, uml Euroka.
llesldes our usual full assortment oi merchandise, wo
MO'lUilull attention to till. folloHliiK Itimsi
OIL! OIL! OIL!
Tho standard brands. Noonday mid Downer's, fresh
from tho ltetluer'es, Tho Noonday Oil la of Midi test
and la now considered '. BsJsa' r.MII.V Ull.
to bo had In the market. It '
LAUD OIL in oases and in barrel's,
LUIIUIOATINO OUii-Um i'titol-Cnstor Oil,
Noats Foot Oil, Cylinder Oil, C'hc.ip Japan for
Hmokuntuck und Iron iiurk .
Hall's Steel Plows,
A full line from No. 3 to No. II. with extra Hhttres ami
iiuuuirs, i iuii car loitu uirtrci irum Jioline,
Hall's Hickory Trash Forks.
A new article, made for turiilnj: trash. Plcaso
order sauipks lo try.
Hall's Cane Planters or Covorors,
A new tool for covering cane sel after belug
placed In the furrows -allh It uuo man
can do the Hoik of time.
Dlvtton's Saws, Files, Cuno Kuhes & Tools,
ISantow Stoic Company's Cclcbrttcd
Stoves, Ranges and Cabooses,
Farmers' Caldrons, assorted.
BTUH Fine Machintat' Tuolu,
VACK1NG All Sizeu.
fck'lno Twine and Fish Lines.
Hubbuck's Faints and Oils
Masury' Colors In tins, fr House or Coach Painting,
acknowledged by all good painters tu be the IS ft iOile,
Water Filters, Ice Cream Freeze rs, itefrifterntora,
llydrimlio Jacks, llftiut; 7 tons '.'4 inches, llur
dick'B TiMltUr Cotters, NaiU of ovorydoicriptioii,
l.Dck'H of cverv dracriolioii. Amokkttav Dniims.
by tho bale or pioco Ainogkeag Ticking, by the
FOWDEU-UlastUig, GUut and Herculoa, fiport
I'under from ( to 35 lb. tin, Giant I'uwiier and
All for U cheap by
K. O. HALL SON,
IT C'ssrMcr lilM aa4 t'sirt Mreels.
LOCKS OF ALX S1ZKB AND
btyks, for sale by
Ml IS BOLLEb 4 CO.
JANUARY 8, 1881.
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THOS. (I. THRUM, Ilnslntss AgcnU
NOTES OP THE WEEK.
The llitnl ltnAR3ito to Mruil with tlio KitiR.
The .fnntinry term nt Onliti ColltKO bpfjiiin next
AtoitK butlilltiR U boltiu ilono on tlio plain cant of
Tup Impmvoinont nf Kurt Rtrrot nboTO KintfRt. U
Hatuiidat, Now Year's ilny, wni generally ob
serTeit its a holiday
KtattTi-roun CliltiCRO left hero for IlntiRkottp; by
tho Ciiftimlrti lnRl Meek.
J. M. JtoNsinniT lms recelveit tho nppolntmei t
of Not.try l'ublla for Onhn,
B Into mlvicoi from tho Const wo learn that
Rinnll-is)! Rtlll exlnln lit Han Francisco.
Lrt Hnintny, HiuiM itiRt,, wns tho forty-flflh
blrthilny of Queen Downier I'nimn Knlclcuitntnul,
CcNsttiKnAiii.r. cxcltcnicitt wns cnttmil by a rtin
nwny horso on Nmiann street yewtenlay nflcrnoon,
Ht tlio Cliff q'AVir i'ork, (HI tinBRCiiRors nrrlveil
licro from tho Coast, ruul 12 (Icpnrtud for tho Colo
nics:. Titk Doiton Kitnliig Trnicrlt at December 4th
refers to tho tiuissiljlo visit of lllrf Majesty tho
Klmj to that city.
Tub sheil beltiu erected by l'oster it Co, on tho
wharf at tho foot of Fort street, Is nearly com
pleted, tho roof is nmv beiniimt on.
Tins KlttK returned from Knttnl by tho Jamtt
ilnkte Inst Bnturdry ninrniiifr, and left tor Maul
on the Liktllke on Tiiesilny.
Amonci tho arrivals by tho City nf Xtw York; was
MIhs A. W. 1'oyHcn. for ninny years connected
with tho Atncricnii Mission at loo Chow, China.
The California 'l'hentro Company plnyod'Tomp
tnlion" on .thuradiiy ovonlng to a uood hottso.
To-nicht thoy rIvo tlio comedy " David Onrrick"
nnd tlio fnrco " Tlio LnUKhitiK Jlyonn."
ON Wcdnesdny last Mr. John Itnssoll of 1'hila
dolpliia was, on motion of A. 8. Hnrtwcll, Ksq..
admitted to iirnr.tico as an Attornoy nt Law in nil
tho Courts of this kingdom
The bark John M. Clerk; wlilch sailed from horo
for San Francisco on the fith of December mado
tho run up in twelvo days ono of tho tniickest
paHsaKO on record,
Tho exorcises of tlio " Wcok of Prayer" havo
been very largely" attended. Services wore held nt
tho Jlethcl in thu Homines mid at tho Fort Street
Church in tho oi onions. It is likely thoy will con
tittuo noxt week.
A mi,ii lias been introduced in thoU. S. Congress
providliiK that tlio 12th of October, tho anniver
sary of tho day on which Columbus discovered
America, bo nindo a legal holiday.
Tiifbe was a military roviow at Kapiolnni Park
on NoivYonr's day. Tho Kinj; who had returned
that morniiiK from Kauai, was oarly on tho
Rrounds to witness tho proceedings.
Col. Samnol Norris arrived hero from San Fran
cisco on tho Hist ult.. by thobarkiiiiiririiirt, and
will roturn by tho sarao vessel. Ho is taking
a sea trip for tho benefit of his health.
Twkt.ve passengers loft hero for San Francisco
by tho 1). C. Murray, and tho snmo number for
tho Colonies by tho City of AVir I'oi. Hy tho llo
Chung 117 Chinese loft for China ; of tho number
five wero children.
The structnro known as tho wash hou bo, at tho
month of tho Nuunnti stream, has been used for
quarantining of tho Chinese, yet remaining among
us, who nrrived by tho Canandru. All, however,
aro healthy at present.
Mn. D. H. Guiffin, convicted somo timo sinco in
tho l'ollco Court of having opium in hla ponnon
sion, nnd of soiling tho drug, and whoso caso had
been npocalod to the Supremo Court, escaped on
tho D. C. Murray last Tuesday.
TnrnE was a violont north wind last Sunday
night that destroyed a nnmbor of trees, and blew
down old fences, ohcdii and other unsubstantial
structures that wero spared by tho gnlo of tho 24th
nit. There was a heavy wind also all day Monday.
At Kuikuihnole, JInmakun, Hawaii, a nntivo
recently was wnshed into a cavo whilo discharging
cargo from a schooner. Ho was rescued by Dr.
Trousseau and two natives, but not until he had
been imprisoned fifty-four hours without food or
Unusuaixt dry weather hns prevailed in Hilo
and othor places on Hawaii sinco tho commence
ment of tho eruption of Mauna Loa. In Decem
ber, 187U, tho rainfall at Hilo measured 4.72 inches,
and in November, 18b0, 3.71! inches. Of Into, how
ever, there havo been no rains of any consequenco
nt Hilo, and fow showers, and tho roads havo boon
UuiLiiiNii operations aro going on on Merchant
streot in tho lenr of the Union saloon. Iho
builders aro very considerate in allowing to tho
public tho use of tho foot-mth, with only a cask
or two of limo, a hoso and a little mortar to ob
struct tho way, and porhnps leas than half of tho
width of tho street is occupied by tho pilosof
bricks and building material generally.
J. n. 'WiLiion pleaded guilty to a charge of tm
bozzlemeut nt tho l'olioo Court, and on trial in
tho Supremo Court, to which ho was committed, wns
sentenced to 18 mouths imprisonment with hard
labor. In passing sentence tho Judgo remarked
that it was only tho other day ho sentenced a man
to threoyenrs imprisonment for a similar offeiice,
with tho exception that tho money embezzled was
lmrt o! the public funds, whoroas in tho presont
prisoner's case tho property belonged to a privato
The sUaajerio Chung arrived horo last Tuesday,
the 4th iiusU from S. F., which portHhe loft on the
23d ult.. briuningdntos of paper two days Inter than
thoso received by tho Cilu of AVir York. Hho expe
rienced very rough weather and mado nn uncom
monly long passage (or A steamer. On thu 30th
ult. her main-topmast was carried away, and on
tho morning of tho 3d sho shipied a heavy sea
which broke in her ciImxibo nnd ice-chest, ami
sho had to hcavo to for three hours. Sho de
parted for China on Thursday evening.
On Wednesday a meoting was held of tho stock
holders of tho Hawaiian Hell Telephone Corotiany,
nt tho rooms of tlio Chamber of Commerco for tho
pnrKwo of organizing tho Couiimny, electing
ofllcors for tho rnsuins year, and discussing, nnd
mssitM by-laws. Hon. O. It. liishop was voted to
the chair, and Mr. 0. O. Ilorger acted ns Secretary.
It was decided to tako tho proosed by-laws seria
tim, nnd each was road, debated and passu! with
or without amendment. Tho following wero thu
officers clocted. Hon. H. Wldeinann, I'realdent ;
Hun. H. C. Wilder. Vice l'rcsidelit t Mr. 0. O. Uor-
ger. Secretary nnd Trpasnror ; 4Ir. John l'aty,
Auditor. Mr. E. l Adams iicUhI as proxy for Air.
Hubbard under I'uwer of Attorney, There wure
twelve share-holders present. Aftor an iidjourn
mont at noon the Company ro-nssembleil at liW
u., and concluded tho bitsiuess In hand.
The rnccsat Kapiolnni J'ark 911 New Year's day
drew out a largo crowd of people. Tho weather
was fino but tho heavy rains of tho early art of
tho week had loft tho track in bad condition. The
trotting raoo for $300, mile heats, lct two ill
three, was not as at first laid down on tho pro
gramme. Fumpkin Seed and Ilismnrck wero with
drawn, and tho nice was between King William
Little Giant and Dolly Vardon. King William
the winner of two previous races, trotted to buggy.
After some difficulty tbe horses got a satisfactory
start, ami Dolly Varden took the lead from tho
tlrst nnd kept it to the end of the bent, limo 11.03. lit
tle Giant followed close behind and King William
brought up the rear. In tbe second heat, which
was won hy Dolly Varden in 3.07, Kiug William
was distanced. Then followed two running races.
The first between Telephone and tady McClellnu,
half mile and repeal, for a purse of 41 9, was won
by the latter. The other between 'telephone and
another Horse naino not Known jor a purse 01
$0, was won by Telephone. An exhibition of
peed by Oliver and Thomas li. was also given,
Last Monday morning tho schooner Slaua re
tamed to this port from Maul, having on board A
Chinaman aick with the amall-pox. The ilana
left here on Thursday, December 23rd, with a
number of the Chinese who bad arrived a few
days before by the steamer C'usMiuni. After
leaving Honolulu one of the paaaengeni became
ill. and word having been sent to Maui from Mr.
Atnerton, by steamer, that suiall-pos bad been
discovered ainsdg the Cuttuiulra't passviitfera, the)
Afnnn wns not allowed lo land nny nnn at K.llinlul
nnd hnd to return to Honolulu. Dr. HntclMnn
iKvmled her soon nftor her arrival and found Iho
Rick Chinnmnn nnd seventeen others In Uto small
cabin. 'Iho sick man wai immediately convoyed
tn tho hnnpltnl on tho roof, nnd tho other pnRHen
pors nnd tho Mnna't crew to Iho iptnrnnlitio btillil
ing. llesldes thoso of tho fiirtiiilm' passengers
jet remnining in Honolnltt.nlKitil irfl aro scattered
about on vnriotta pnrta of Onhn, Knnni nnd Ha
waii, among plantations, nnd wn would not bo
surprised to henr nt nny limo of other cases lelng
rejiortrd, though wo enr.testly hojio that tho dis
enso ntny not spread any further.
'Iho brigantino.Sfoim lllitl nrrived In Honolulu
Thursday evening, thirty dajs from Jnlttlt having
on lioard sctenty-threo Pottlh Sen iRlandcrs, II of
whom wero women or children, several infants In
nrms. They nro nit tho wholo a good looking col
lection nnd show that they wero well fed and cared
for on Iho voyage. Tho ship is reported clean ami
In excellent order inside. Sho touched on a coral
reef in Iho South Fnclfle, nnd may probably havo
tolio hovo down nnd hnvn Iho Injured port Ion recon
IMircd. Cnpt. Whitney of tho bark Hawaii writes
from Jnlttit under dale of December 3rd, that ho
Is sangtiitio of success, nnd wishes Iho Storm Hint
to Ikj returned, nnd nays that ho can fill her nt
once. Tho I'omni t hnd not been heard of for
some seven weeks when tho Stoim Hint m ll.nl
from Jnlttit. Tho Militate' of tlio Interior, tho
Secretnry of tho Hoard of Immigration, nnd Dr.
Kmrnoit, vaccinating physician of tho Hoard of
Health, weroat tho quarantine station when tho
South Sen Inlanders wero landed, nnd vaccinated
ench ono of them. Itov. It. Ilingliam was present
rfl interpreter. Mnny of them hnd bci 11 lo Sntnoa
nnd Ronio of them npenk a llttlo English. Thoy
wero litulml nt Iho jetty, tun out by Cntitniu
Drown from tho quarantine ntntion, mid tho Imnln
got nlongsldo nt halt tido and landed thcmwilhout
FoLHiwixn aro tho l'ollco Conrt sontonces for
tho week : Onbo Holmes, ilninkntiiicss, forfeited
ball $(); Kolomona k., samo charge, also forfcilcd
( bail. Manoin k., drunkenness, plead guilty and
wns fined ?5 nnd 1 cosln. J. II. Wilbur, charged
with eml)c77llng from 12. 1 Adams, pleaded guilty
and was committed for trial to tho Supremo Conrt.
John Kalnmn, charged with assault and bat
ter' on Loko his wife, wns fonnd guilty nnd fined
?8 nnd 1.20 costs. John I'Iny, for fnst riding,
wns fined iff, nnd $1.0 costs. Moa k., charged
with driving a dray fnstor than n wnlk, pleaded
guilty, nnd wns fined ?.". nnd $1 conts. Ah l'otig,
chnrged with proctiriut; intoxicating drink for
natives, was fonnd guilty and fined $7f, or in
dofnnltof payment 1M) days imprisonment. Tho
costs were tot nt$t. Caso wns npponlcd to tho
Supremo Court. It. Schricver and Wnialtia w.,
fornication, both pleaded guilty. Schrlever was
fined $2.i nnd ?2J costs, and Wnialtia IR nnd
?2.fi3 costs. Knmnunn, jierjury in tho second do
greo ; oxamination waived and defendant commit
ted to tho Supremo Court. Totnjnnl Cola, assnult
nnd battery J defendant, who was onlv ten yoars
of ngo was committed to tho Hoform School dur
ing his minority. Kamalnn, furious driving, for
feited bail ?12. Mcktiolial k. nnd Nnki w., nilnl
tory, both plead guilty. Tho former wns fined $33
mid $2.t". I costs, and tho Inttcr $10 nnd $2.I7J costs.
Nnmnknlnno, drunkenness, pleaded guilty and
wns fined $r and $1 costs. Ioc-la k., nssanlt nod
linttory on Kenloha his wife, was fined $ nnd
$3.2J costs, l'il k. chnrged with assault and bat
tery cm Knlniwnhen, wnH fonnd guilty nnd fined $S
nnd $1.10 costs i and Knlniwnhea, for assault on
I'll was fined $fi and $1 costs.
Tlio fnllowinp; communication lias been for
wanlctl to us liy Mr. .1. Urown, ono of tlio con
tracting parties. This gentleman lias lived
several years in various parts or China ami Ib
well acquainted with tho people, and bcliovcs
that tlio proposal to bring Cliineao females
hero is perfectly prncticablo on the forms
herewith Bet forth. Tlio class of women it is
proposed to cngago aro accustomed to fiold
work with their husbands, nnd wo sco no roa
son for ilotibting that n very valuablo acces
sion to our laboring population may ho pro
cured by this means; and moreover, sotno
redress may bo effected in tho groat ovil of tho
undue, dispropoition of sexes amongst tho
Ohineso in these Islands. In order to iiisuro
tho success nf this attompt, tho co-operation
of merchants, planlors, ami agents is absolute
ly necessary, as it may bo seen by tho
stipulations of tha Hoard of Immigration that
tho agreement with Messrs. Afoon and Brown
will bo vitiated und fall through unless the
immigrants bo all engaged 'within fifteen days
aftor arrival. Now as the peoplo must como
hero ub fret- laborers, it rostB with tho em
ployers resilient in, or represented by, agents
in Honolulu to ongogo thoso whom thoy ueotl
as Bpucdily as possiblo aftor tho landing.
Tito Government having brought tho middle
men or shipping masters tinder some sort of
control, will no doubt facilitato tho arrange
ment nf tho engagement to bo enlored into
between tho respectivo partios. Abovo all, it
is imporativo that employers should tako tho
matter in hand seriously, and that they should
icorA: together : '
" DEr-AIlTMENT OF INTUUOB,
" Honolulu, 30th December, 1880.
" Memrs. wfonn and J. Jlrown, JIoiioluluQtH
TI.EMEN: Tho Hoard of Immigration has con
sidered your proposition regarding tha immigra
tion of Chineso females with tholr husbands Into
this Kingdom; nnd tho Hoard, desiring to encour
ago tho Chinoso male immigrants to bring their
wives, and thus movent, to somo extent, nn
increase) of tha present disproportion of sexes
among tho Chtncso immigrants, will agree to pny
ouo-half tho passages of healthy Chineso female
immigrants who accompany their husbands here,
and ono-hnlf tho pnssigos of children over six and
under twelvo years of age, nnd all the passages of
children ovor ono and under six yoars, on tho fol
lowing conditions :
"1st. All theso assisted in, and thoir husbands,
to bo in good health, nnd the adults to bo lietwccn
eighteen and forty years of ago, and to bo agricul
tural laborers or domostio servants.
"ltd. The total passages for adults not to exceed
SCO per ateauier and sjift per nailing vessel. Chil
dren over aiz years and under twelvo years to
count two for one ndult ; children over ono year
and nader six years to count as four for ono adult.
Of these amounts, tho Hoard pays ouo-half, except
in tho case of children over ono year and under six
years, which tho Hoard pays in fall.
"3d. Not less than twonty-flvo fonialca to oro
hundred males in this shipment or no payment to
lie mado, and not moro than two children to each
'Mlh. All theso females, with their husbands,
to enter Into contract for labor for two or three ( 1!
or 3) ysars withia fifteen days ot thoir arrival in
"Mil. This agreement tn nxtend to the number
of two hundred females. I'ayment of iiaBsnges as
aliovo on proof of thoir having signed contracts
for two or three years.
"Tho immigrants to sail from China not later
than April 30th. 1831, and written information in
full of such sailing mailed to the l'rusiduut of tho
llonrd. ISigned.l "H. A, V. Oaiiteii,
"Miuistor of Interior and l'residont of Hoard of
Rain Record for 1879-80.
0.75.. 8. II..
. HI., 4.M..
Juno ... .
Totals 31.M 7, Sl.C) tV.13 UVII l.)
A cricket match was played on Saturday
last at Maiklki between the l'acifio and
Foundry Wide-Awake Clubs, and resulted in
an easy victory lor the Pacific. Tbe Wide
Awake is composed nf nativo employees of the
Honolulu Iron Work and considering their
light knowledge of the game, their playing
was very good. The ecore stood 130 to 07 in
favor of the i'acillo.
Jnmcs' Singlc'TrncIc Rnilwayi
The following letter In regard lo tho James'
single-track railway; which wo bolipvo well
calculated for theso islands, was written by HlO
inventor, in answer (0 Infinities from 11 s re
garding tho cost of tho road, locomollvesy fee
"Tito principal features of this system of rail
way Is in tho groat economy of costnlid Opera
tion over nny other railway in use, and lis
adaptability to the transportation of freight
mill passengers ; and it is tho only plnn of
raihvny in which wood enn bo used Instead of,
and supplant, iron or stool for tho track and
rails for the cars to run upon.
Tha track consists of two pieces of timber
(lid laid sido by sidu 2 inches npart, on 4x0
tics 5 feet long, and Iho rails aro fastened lo
tho tics with nnglo irons. Tho cars linvo 0110
broad-faced wheel 10 or 18 Inches wido at each
end of tho car, nnd in tho ccntro of tho fnco
nntl nrotind tho otilor periphery of each wheel
stntitls out a V llango J Inches In tloplh, snd
1 xi inches wido at the heel or base. Tho
llatigo rutin in tho spaco between tho two rails
and is a permanent guide. Tho frames of tlio
cars tiro suspended below tho nxlcs or ccntros
of Iho u heels within thrco inches of tho track,
lowering tho ccntro of gravity of tho load and
car. On thin principal a car that is supported
on wheels Hint havo 16 inches bearing on tho
track, hns tho snmo foundation nnd support of
a car that carries its frnmoaud loatl abovo tlio
wheols whero tho gauge is 3 feel, ns an fuels
Lolow (lm ccntro Ir tlio samo as two nbovo.
Tho whtuls having a broad surfaco cvonly
distributed over tho surfaco of tho rails, thoro
is no unusual wear on thorn 5 tho locomotives
also having broad-faced wheols, thero is mora
oclucicnt traction, whilo thoro is no grcKtor
rolling rcslslntico. An engine weighing nln
tons wns tested nt Anlloch on Oxrt rails over
grades and on curves, and was pronotincod by
ovciyono ns a success, nnd iho Company now
aro building a road that will bo 100 miles in
length. Tho cars wsro tried with a hundred
persons mid carried thorn with perfect safety,
Tho cars aro provided with safety wheels on
each side to provunt any nccidout ingoing ovor
trcsscl work and bridges.
This system of railway can be operatod in a
mall way, with light cars, and on small mils
1x0, and n largo amount of freight transported
front ono point to another. Material for tho
track will cost about 31200 por mile, and tho
rails can bo laid and grading tlono on a lovol
country for S300 per milo. This is for a road
of tho capacity of 000 tons daily. As tho cats
on this system of railway only rcquiros tho
weight actually necessary to curry thu load,
thcio is a saving of seventy tons of dead weight
to every ono hundred tons of freight over tho
broad gaugo, consequently n saving of powor
to moro tho trains of cms.
Locomotives that will draw 200 tons- of
froight on alovel, can bo furnished for 82,000 all
complete nnd reatly for tho roatl, and tho froight
cars will not cost moro 8200 oach passenger
cars according to tho finish. Twenty men can
build ono milo of tho road a day after tho grad
ing is dono. Tho ongino will climb nnd niror
como very steep crudes." I). U, Jamks,
A Tkn-Inck Railway. Ono of Iho most
curious railways in tho world is tho ton-inch
gaugo road running from North llillorica,
.Mass., to Iledford. It was first hootod nt by
tho people, but tho road was completed, mak
ing a longth of nbout eight and a half miles.
Thoro nro olovon bridges on tho road, ono of
which is ono hundred foot long. Tho rails
weigh twenty-fivo pounds to tho yard. Tho
roatl is well built antl equipped ; ono grade is
onohundrod nnd fifty five foot. Tho cars and
engines will nt first sight create wonder and
admiration. Their perfect proportions givo
thoni a handsomo appearance Thoy aro con
structed vory near the ground, giving them
groat advantages of safety. Tho cars havo an
nislo with ono seat on each sido, in tho samo
manner as ordinary cars-linvo two Boats. Tho
longth of tho cars allows thirty seats,. each
person having a soat to himsolf. Tho cars are
supplied with closets, wator tank, aro heated
by steam and havo all tho modorn improve
ments. Thoy weigh but four and a half tons,
ordinary cars woighing on nn average eight
een tons. Tho trains run at tho rato of twenty
miles an hour with perfect Bafoty. Tho on
gino is placed bohind tho tender, giving greater
adhesion to tho track. Thoy weigh eight tons,
and draw two passenger and two baggiigo
cars. Tho cost of tho road was about 4,500
New Air' Engine.
With roforenco to our remark in a lata nnm
bor that locomotives on tho compressed air
system scorned to offor somo advantage ovor
steam locomotives, for our plantation rail
roads, wo observo that tho ScientifloAmerican
of December 18th last Bays :
"A valuablo improvement in compressed
air enginos baa recently boon patentod in-this
country and in Kuropo by Col. F. E. lleau
mout of tho lioyal Eugiueors, and wo loam
from accounts given in tho London nnd pro
vincial papers that it has proved highly effi
cient and satisfactory."
Without going into technical details it would
seem that tho principle taken advantngo of
by Col. Ileattmont is that of the compound
steam ongino, using two cylinders, ono much
larger than tho othor into which tiie nir is
expanded after doing its work at a high pros
auro in tho smallor ono. Wo think our plant
ers should keep mi oye to this improvement,
whero thoy ubo locomotives amongst thoir
Fowler Co'. Steel Railway th&
Having boon tho moans of introducing to
theso Inlands, and having boon engaged dur
ing tho last eight months, an agent for Ihe
" All Steel Halfway, " manufactured by tho
eminent firm of Messrs. John Fowler Si OV. of
London, Leeds, Edinboroiighand Mugdeburgh,
which (in my opinion, baekod by tho superior
knowledge of thoso most interested, yi: tho
capitalist, speculator and leading sugar plant
ers of this Kingdom ; in viow of tho exceed
ingly high prico pf labor), is Ihe thing most
required far tho spoody removal of caner from
tho fiold to tho mill, and also for the trans
portation of crops to tho fields. I deem It 1117
duly to tho firm, (and my reasons for so doing
will bo obvious to any of your reader at all
acquainted with or having had any experience
in tho construction of tramways), to request
tho publication by you iu tho next Issue of
your valuablo paper, of tho following Jotter,
from the firm to wjtelf.
Leeds, December U.t 1880,
A. It. McUausland. Esq., Honolulu, Sand
wich Islands. Dear Sir : We aro iu receipt
of your favor of the 25th of October on our
London houao. Wo fully appreciate your ex
ertions in our behalf, and our Mr. B. II.
Fowler will bo In Honolulu in tho steamer
which arrives thoro tho last week in January,
antl will eudoavor to make such arrangement
us will meet with the approval of yourself und
Mossrs. Mscfurluiio & Co.
Wo remain doar Sir yours vory truly,
JoiiN Fowlkh & Co.
Plans and pricos of railway plant, including
locomotives and othor rolling stock, steel rails,
corrugated steel ties etc. to be had on applica
tion td me,
Trusting you will excuse my thus Ireepaatw
jug 011 your valuable space
I am Sir your obedient servant,
A. B, McOausland, Agent.
Gable m4 A-akeri
Cmaim - Am law Tc-t ah.
CUOHM-ttlsta from li luck tolSiluch, exiluf
ham Caille direct from Ulax-ow.
7-1 for aile by BOtL.e Co.
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mw LAWsH Mart)BTM.Y r-
X uituea Huorns. Avoir al no, uaiotw u, iwk
door, front Utrttauls street. '
Jew ZmU-s FaUUaa.
PKB NTH. SBA-aNM. A M4U UT
et Ke w Crop, last received. . . . : '.:
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