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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, MAY 12. 1883.
jortrin Utrtistnirnis.
wtlliajIs. dhiond & co..
Shipping u. Commission !e rcltant,
I H " n 1 1 Torn In irrrl.
U. W. SEVERANCE,
n.4V til I X CuMsn. M) :h-Hi
MKKl II A M T, CM .r.i. :rr-t, .-an r : .t.r
California. Iy Rnm .S t i ..: jj
JOHN HARVEY & CO.,
Ckm iivii aik:i t r-s Ma4 wool.
J KROXLA-i,
HftMtllON. CtHKll.
aWtareuee Bu of Montreal.
T Cab, adv.ace na Coo.if n tern.
W. H. CEOSSMAN - BEO.,
N hlpplna ami CommluNlon
MERCHANT .
118 ClMMktra Slrerl. SEW FORK.
HtfmiM-4;u(l Cook and J. T. Waterbotue.
GBATEFCL COMFORTING.
EPPS'SG0G0A.
BREAKFAST.
"By m thomajh koo.lJ of the natural U. whieh -
r tt opmik..a of 4atioa ami nuiriiloa, and bv a
careful application of in Dm propenire of weil-iec-.-d
eoeoa, Mr. fcppe baa provided oar breakfast taile witb
dellcateiy-flavored beverage b m.y nr. os rrj.ov heavy
doeto' bin. It U by ib Jau.eioa ate of .ach article of
dWt lba s onatilatiua nay be Kradualiy taill up aalil
trorif aaoad lo mm every tendency la tfuruc. Hundred
a subtle sMladiea are floating arand aa ready m altar k
vB.r.vcv ibere la weak pot at. We m.y now ntaoy a
fatal abaft by keeping oareelves well fortiSru ulih para blood
ad a pmperly nooruh-d trar." IV article in lb Cir
Service Cruild.
Made aiaply with boiling vater or silk,
old aoly la paekcla. labelled :
JAMES EI? IPS fc CO.,
nOMEOPATIHU CHEMISTS,
LONDON.
dl EPVSTS CHOCOLATE ESS C. ICE, Jot Afternoon
. lanll.ly
L. P. FISHER,
AljyjERTISIXO AC EXT. 21 MERCHANT
KXCIIANUK. Sao Fraaciwo, California, la authorized
to reeeira adTerUaeaieata tor tba cotamaaof thia paper.
XH:tirl)liliea in
P. FISHER'S
NEWSPAPER
ADVERTISING AGENCY,
Room 20 and 21, Merchants' Exchaox.
California, Street, 8ao FranciMo.
E2T.T. B. ldrertlslag Solicited Tor all
aprs PabUsbed aathe Pafifle CaM, the Saadwirb
Islaads, Paijafsla, Slrilcaa Ports, Panama, Valpa
ralia, Japta, Cblaa. .eir Ztalaad, the lastraliaa
Calaaies, the Eastera States aad Earope. Files el
aearlj ererj Searspaper Pabllshed oa the PaelSe
Caast are kept Ceastaatij oa Ilaad, aad all adrer
tlsen are allawed free acceM ta them darlnr BasU
aeu Dears. The PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVER
TISES Is kept ea flle at the Office ef L. P. FISUF.S.
JOHN FOWLER & CO.
Lceala, Eaglaaid.
ARE PREP REU TO FUKMSII PI.4XS
aa I Eaunatea for titeel Portahle Tramway, witb or
wuboat ear or loeoaKKivea. apecUlly adapted for Coar
PlaaLauooa. Tennaoent Railways, with locomotive and crs,
Tractto Koainea and Road Locomotive. rien Ptoochinc
aad Caltivmnoc Machinery, fortabla iteam Engine for all
parpoara. Windinf Elrti tir foclinea.
Catalot-ors. wild illaatraliooa, Malel anJ Photns-raphs af
the aoove Plant mad Machinery may be aeen at the office of
the oaderVgoed.
W. L. GREEN an!
O. W. MACVARLANE i, CO..
ajr20tf Acenta fcr John fovler Ac Co.
CORKER Of
Beale and Howard Streets,
a a rsANCiaco, CALiroaM
W. II. Til LOR, ... PreMdeat,
JOS. BOOSE, ... Superintendent,
BUILDERS OF
STEAM MACHINEHY,
IS ALL ITS BttAMCIlEd
Stenmbont,
Stcmnsliip, Iiud
Er.ClNES AND BOILERS,
Pressare er Cempoaad.
iTEt.M VESSELH of all kinds, bo.lt complete with
UaUla af Wort, Iroa or Compoaiie.
ORDI.VaRT K.VCI XES eompounde.1 when aJvtsabb.
ITCtM I.AlTXCIIES. Barre and Steam Toa con
atractad with rrfcrence u the I rane in wr.tcn tnry are to
be employed. Speevl, tonnage and draft of watr iunn
toed. H'CIR Ml I. US A NO Sl'CIK MAKING
MAVHi.NKHr mad after tr.e moat appruved plana.
Alao, ail ItoUer Iroa Wars cooorctrd tberewith.
VlTGR PIPE, of Boiler or Sheet Iroo. of any ia-.
mad la aaaabl leo(ihs f- connection t-itrttr. or sbrei
RoTrd. Punched, and Packed for Shipment, ready lobe
eett tbe grnanrl.
HTDRtl'I.IC Kl VETISU. Boiler Work fc.vl Wa
ter ripe marie by Ihta Eatablisbment. Ki Tried by lljr
IraaUc KiVrtln Machinery, that quality of work beirj
tmr superior la hand work.
SHIP WORK. Blip ami Steam Csptan. Stm Winch.
, Air and Clrcalalin Pamp. made after the moat ap
proved plana.
4 GENT tor Worthir.fUa Duplex iram Pump.
POM PS. Direct Actinf Pump, lor Irrisralioa or City W
ler Works' purposes, baill with th- celebrated Davy Valve
Motion, superior to any other pump. d27fl tf
THE FRENCH
TRADE J0IM.U k EXPORTER !
X n O 3D TJOE
Markets Reriew & General Prices Current !
Published Mnt'bly, and in Enjli.h. Indispensable
for Purehaaera of CootinenUI Uuods; gives Whole
sale Price, and UiMoonis allowed, of
Wines, Brandies, Preserved Provisi.-ns, ancy Good..
Millinery. Lrc. Materials. til.. Porcelain.
Plated Hare. Watcbea, Ciock. Real Imiution Jeweiry
Bcoia and boes. Perfumery. Toys. 'Jlcorrspli.
Phototcraphicaod Printing Materials.
Scientific arxl Musical Instruments, Dru?. Chemicals,
Pharmaceutical Preparations. Stationery, eets.
Silk. VamUbes. Paiola, Paper lianging. etc , tic.
Also Prices Current of ProToee, Market Report. Notice on
Industrial Noveiitiea, Trade Inielligence, etc.
AN3U1L 8t'BJCRIPriOS3 6s for Posul I'nica, and 6.
fur ether Countries.
Money order payable to GEO ROB WATER on Pastor tan
dem, the equivalent In any loral currenry or pojt.ge
stamps.
17 UNPAID LETTERS REFLSEI."1
lldroi i The FRkNCU TRADK JOURNAL REPORTER
c9 ly
1 , ztue ae uhiudi, ran, risiicv
FOR
PORTABLE OR PERMANENT
Ipr n. LECTII. 14 lie. PER V IKI)
for etle to arrive r r Duke of Abercrn from
Liverpool. Apply lo
W. L. GREEN, or
tl ttr uirviul lv t f.
A . T T
Administrator's Notice.
-HKRKAS. TliE VNMiB SIGNED ha rfen af-
t pointed tr the Hon. A. I ranria Judd. Chi f jHntir
f t he i'upr. me I "curt. fo I !iiiiri1?rtor f thr -ate of
1 Hi k). late r f Kan. I.litirt :f Hawaii. Uf aiwd ; there
forr. all person who liav in thtir pns.ei.siou any prop-t-rty
Ix.-lougiiin to ! ri-tatt- are bei by requested to fertu-
i i.- :!t ii-lnir the an t to r;;e or to my attorney, Joho
I . ha :uknn at iir.o;r.m. an.i all tbue who Lave riaim
a ;tinet f-aitl e-tntc ":t h.reby iiqactrf lo prexot tbera
v . li-rt tin n.-r!Th froia till-, ilate, .r thev will be forever
lrrl. KAI-EHE.
Administrator f the mtat- f L.no (k, lrcea 1.
-I.HJi I- Kti iiiuf, Aiiorner fr Klli.
jril lu. -ri. ipiuoi
JOST i J0E1VED
EX 44 S U EZ"
100,000 Sugar Bags 22x30
100 BbU Mesa Reef
50 Bbb Prime Mess Pork
100 Bbls lied Salmon
Ilellned Sugar, All Grades
Pilot and Medium Bread
All sizes of MANILLA CORDAGE nnd
SISAL constantly on hand.
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An Assortment of the Celebrated
REEDS STEAM PIPE COVERING
Far Sale by
WM. Q. IRWIN Sc CO.
Apr 14 dwlm
PRINTING and PUBLISHING
In the
CHINESE LANGUAGE.
TiHK -HAWAIIAN CHINESE NEWS,-A WEEKLY
Newspaper putllsbed In the Cliineae language, is
l.naed every Saturday from toe Office of the Company,
No. 45 Nnuonn Street.
Posters. Bi)l Heads,
Notices, Circulars,
Tickets. Frcgrammes, &c
Printed quickly and cheaply. By the
Hawaiian Chinese Hews Co.
No. 45 Niiuanu Street, Honolulu.
Advertisement received at Oftice of the Pacific
Commercial Advebtisfb.
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Best Advertising Mediums
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In the Hawaiian Language.
OVER 4000 COPIES
TublickeJ Every Wednesday.
3000 Copies Sent by Mail
livery Tuesday to the
OTHER ISLANDS.
On Wednesday it is teat to the
Outer Districts of This Island.
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Charges Very Moderate.
All Advertianoeoti written la Coglisb traoiialed into Ibe
Best llaiwaiiao Free.
To imare immediate inaertino all Advertiseaicni moat be
en: to to the odW of publication by 3 o'clock Monday after
noon. The
Ealele Poakolu
I the Moit Attractive and Beat Arranged Paper publt.hr I
her io the Bavaiian lanru( '
Alt bnln eooiBniea:iooa te be adJreeaed to F. II.
II AYSEL.OEN. Uiu I. and nea letter acd cure.
poodeoceto JOHN O. I. SU KI.UO X. Bdllor
aoideiwif
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Kot in the swaying of the eumnier tree.
When eTening breezes 6ing their Yesper hymn
Not the minstrel's mighty symphonies.
Nor ripples breaking on the river's brim.
Is earth's best music ; these mar hare awhile
High thoughts in happy Learta. and carking cart-s
beguile.
Bat eTen as the wallow'a silken wings,
- Skimming the water of tho sleeping lake.
Stir the still silver with a hundred rings
So doth one sound the sleeping spirit vrakr
To brave the danger and to near the harm
A low and gentle voice dear woman" chiefest
charm.
An excellent thing it is, and ever lent
To truth, and lore, and meekness ; they who own
This gift, by the all gracious Giver sent,
Even by quiet step and smile are known ;
By kind eyes that have wept, hearts that have sor
row'd. By patience never tired, from their own trials bor
row'd. An excellent thing it is when first in gladnes
A mother looks into her infant's eyes
Smiles to its smiles, and saddens to its sadness
Pales at its paleness, sorrows at at its cries ;
Its food and sleep, and smiles and little joys
All these come ever bent with one low gentle voice.
An excellent thing it is when life is leaving
Leaving with gloom and gladness, joys and
cares
The strong heart failing, and the high soul grieving
With strongest thoughts, and wild unwonted
fears
Then, then a woman's low, soft sympathy
Comes like an angel's voice to teach us bow to die.
But a most excellent thing it is in youth.
When the fond lover hears the Meved one's tone.
That fears, but longs, to syllable the truth
How their two hearts are one, and she his own ;
It makes sweot human music Oh I the spells
That haunt the trembling tale a bright-eyed
maiden tells.
Edwijj Au.voLD, in .Austrafasititt.
Earth bat a Tarrying Place.
The soul on earth is immortal guest,
Compelled to starve at an unreal feast ;
A spark which upward tends by nature's force ;
A stream diverted from its parent source ;
A drop dissevered from the boundless sea ;
A moment parted from eternity ;
A pilgrim panting for the rest to come ;
An exile axious for his native heme.
FOREIGN NEWS.
Through the kindness of Purser Mauray, of
the steamer City of Tokio, we are in receipt
of late China and Japan papers, from which
we condense as follows :
GfS'KBAL. Footk, the newly appointed U. S.
Minister to Korea, with his secretary, arrived at
Kongkong on the 19th April. He brought with
him the ratification of the treaty between Korea
and the United States, said treaty not seeming
to find favor with the Japanese Government.
The Special Japanesk Embasst who attended
the coronationiof His Majesty, are referred to as
having returned on the 19th of April,' after a
very enjoyable trip to points of interest in the
United States.
Several, Officers of the United States Navy
have met at Yokohama to investigate the recent
loss or the Ashuelot, they being sent out for
that purpose.
Rcmobs are current in Tokio of fresh com
plications between China and Russia, relative to
the old Kuldja and Hi quarrel. It appears that
the ratification of the frontiers are not proceed
ing as smoothly as might be desired, and con
tinual causes of disputes are arising, which may
lead at any moment to the breaking out of
hostilities.
The Japanese Government have issued new
"Newspaper Regulations," containing forty-two
articles.
Latest Foreign News.
London, April b.h.
The dynamite and other explosives which
were found in the factory at Birmingham
were destroyed last night. The excitement
in town was intense.
The panic which has arisen in England,
consequent upon the recent action of the
dynamite party, has extended to the Conti
nent. It is feared that the example set by
Irish agitators will be followed by similar
outrages throughout Europe, and that the
agency of dynamite will be resorted to.
Yew Yoek, April 13.
The recent outrages perp?trated by the
dynamite party in England, have aroused a
strong feeling of digust throughout America
and it is probable that in the event of the
English Government applying for the ex
tradition of those who have taken a promi
nent part in the recent conspiracies, the au
thorities of the United States will accede to
the request.
General Wolseley had announced his in
tention of attending the coronation of the
Czar, which was to take place at Moscow
next month. It is now ieported that the
Czar has decided that his coronation shall
not take p'ace on the 27th May, as origin
nally arranged. The reason for the post
ponement is not known, but it is believed
that recent declarations of the Nihilists
have contributed to this result.
Herr Most, late editor of I-Yeiiet, who
was impnsened for publication of inflama
tory articles recommending regicide, has is-
j sued another manifesto, in which he contin-
uea to urge and justify the murder of
j monarchs.
T n rl a n A nil 1.1 If i nnfAlln..nJ f V. O
lVIUUUll, Af'lll . t 1 II lJU 1A hll.t
the Queen will leave Windsor Castle for
Osborne on Tuesday next. Owing to the
recent activity of the Fenians in Engl-ind,
extreme precautious have been taken by the
police to prevent any attack being mad.
upon Her Majesty.
St. Petersburg. April 14 It has trans
pired that a revival of activity in Nihilists
cirles recently hs been manifested, and
numerous atticks have been made by the
police.
London, April 14 The trial of Mr.
Bradlaugh for the issue of a certain alleged
blasphemous books was concluded to-day,
and resulted in anacquittil.
London, April IS Daniel Curley, the
second or me prisoners co-rgea wun ice .
Prtmnir Pa rlr miiiVi.rc hn hppn fhiin.i
t t . t . I 1 .! I
a aa ii e-av- --'t -"-'- .
rroi'lrv nnrl sntPnrr1 tn rWh.
Quebec, April 20-A fire broke out to j
, . o i i- .u
day at the Provincial Parliament House in ,
this city, and spread with such rapidity that ;
th? whole building was gutted before the
flames could be got under. The origin of !
the fire is so far unknown. !
Later. It has been proved that the fire
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which led to the destruction of the Legislat.ve j
Buildings was cause! by a tenian, but the i
perpetrator of iha outrage lias not yet been
Woman's Voice-
arrested.
Hongkong. April 23 Twenty thousand
Chinese Coolies have proceeded to Brazil
from Hongkoncr.
uow u ana mtks m -
A Boxnance-
A youthful pilgrim called El conde Tvanderinj;
through the world in quest of happiness and
that which is equivalent to happiness a true
and ardently devoted lady love could find no
soul as bright and pure ns his imagination had
conceived. So still he sought new lands aud
traversed distant seas evtr seeking, vt ever
j failiu.i.', to find the idoal image of his heart,
j Through Europe, from the Pillars of liercules
tv the i'rxl M'j.iataias, from the He! espont an 1
the ci.tsr.it.' shades of Gr??. to the Highlands of
!vot!;!!id and the chores of sorrowing Ireiatid,
El c.:tidc hud sf-archtd for beauty and cjii
Mai'.oy embo-lil in a passional-.- refinement '-f
expression wlcii ;'je rlaughrt rs nf earth rArely '
inherit i r ; t-ujrt-, bat whi-.i potts have
described in int? incarnate paTious of augels
who live tiiid love and tl.-;s ! perchance, expire
in the divine coue?p:ions of loity yet chimerical
imagination. Amoaj the bumble voyagers of
life, among the dwellers in sequestered moun- .
tain recesses, and among the inhabitants of the
western prairies of America the youthful adven- '
turer had vainly traveled, led by the inspiring
but apparently futile hope that there he might
discover and win soma virgin flower that else
would "live and die unseen and waste its fra
grance on the desert air." But although re
peatedly baffled El conde was never discour
aged and still persevering he crossed the con- '
tinent of America and finally came to the
Island Kingdom of Hawaii. He landed in
Honolulu only a short time ago and secured
a cosy cottage on the beach. There he remained
in h sort of seini-scclusiou. Now and then
he visited church of an evening and some
times he invited a youthful new-formed friend
to meet him at his abode. Those who we re
thus privileged to examine his apartments, or
converse with him from time to time found that
he was luxuriant in his tastes, and that he pos
sessed a wide knowledge of the world, an en
thusiastic soul and a tender affectionate heart.
He apparently, too, enjoyed a large income, for
he spent considerable money from time to time.
For whole weeks he amused himself about the
outskirts of the city, or in visiting the Puli.
During the period of a month he hired a car
riage every day aud paid the cabmen so hand
somely for his services that he was considered a
great aud immensely wealthy youth, by those
carriage drivers, who were fortunate enough to
to be employed by him. On the occasion of
these extended drives, he was always dignified
aud reticfint. He noticed no one; he spoke to
no one unless first addressed, exc pt to give di
rections to the cabman, or to offer him some of
the rare lunch which El coude was accustomed
to carry in a small Japanese case. But anon
this strauge half necluded and yet perhaps not
nnhappy mode of living was suddenly changed.
The stranger was no more to be seen strolling
about the outskirts of the city or visiting the
Pali. Several young men who had made his
acquaintance casually, he now disdained to
notice either ou the street or elsewhere. He
now seldom hired a cab, but when he did it was
only to go a short distauce aud usually to visit
one particular residence on street,
which seemed to have a magic attraction for
him. One evening, a few weeks ago, El conde
was met by a former acquaintance on the street
in a comparatively unfrequented part of the
city. This young man accosted him with a
careless "aloha" and El conde replied rather
warmly in the-same language, "aloha nui oe.''
It was pretty evident that he had been learning
the native tongue from the euso with which
these words came from his lips, and as he seem
ed in a talkative mood, his acquaintance pro
ceeded to ask him what he was about and what he
had found iu Honolulu to absorb hint so
entirely.
El conde was a little embarrassed at first and
answered evasively, but he finally confessed
that he had found the happiness for which he
had so long and vaiuly sought through all the
world before. And ere many weeks more shall
have passed by there will be a quiet wedding.
The bride will be a beautiful and accomplished
brunette with just a particle of native blood
tinging her cheeks with golden brown. And
the bridegroom will be none other than the wan
derer, El conde, the only son of a banker of
Tours in France, where he intends to take his
young wife to live.
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.
Dandies sre hybrid a cross between a
fashion plate and unpaid tailor's bill.
The more you speik of yourself sid
Zimmerman, "the more you are likely to
lie.'
The man who looks for big apples at the
bottom of a barrel is too confiding for this
tricky world.
Money says the Philadelphia Chronicle,
makes friends. Aye, and enemies, too
when you lend it too freely.
The time wasted by men in feeling i.i
the wrong pocket would make the next
generation rich if they had it.
Advice to wives: Man is very much like
an egg; keep him in hot water and he is
bound to become hardened.
When a man gets into si '.ks now-.i-d-ys
he is very like the culprit of old times, and
suffers in a corresponding degree.
If we could only make the world think as
much of us as we think of ourselves we
should then be properly appreciated
Mistress: -Why, didn't you answer the
be 1, Maryi" Mary: 'Faix, mum. didn't
ye tell me ye had a ringing machine?'
By a scuid'liser, of course: A woman
was offered 5 if she would remain silent
for two hours. At the end of 15 minutes
she asked, 'Isn't the time nearly up ? '
The moralist s.ys: 'Every man is occ;i
s:onally what he ought to be p-rpetually.'
Then, again, some men are perpetually
what they ought to be only occasionally.
'Nonchlant' mens that peculiarly in
different look which is put on by men who
never piy when dunned for money. It
should be writen -none shell out.'
Nature asks, 'Are men's heads growing
smaller? If the men haven't ttken any
thing but a seltzer since they awoke, the
swelling is probably being reduced.
Now then, Thomas, what are you burn
ing off my writing-table V said an author
to his servant. -Only one paper tht i
written all over; I hav'nt touched the
clean.
Some folks don't know how to bb happy.
They can't see the difference between hav
ing a spoonful of vinegar in the molasses of
life and a spoonful of molasses in the vine
gar of life.
4Tis a poor rule that does not work both
Ways. leStl-rd-iy 1 Was al a Ulliner party,
Yesttrd-iv 1 was at a dinner party.
when a glass ot wine was spillea on tlie ,
table. Heir Meier put some salt on it and
no one said a word. Subsequently the salt
d sh was capsized, nnd I poured a glass of
wine on it, whereupon I come near oeing
thrown out of the house.
They were raised in Austin, but she did
not kuow much about gardening; at the
same time, she did not care to expose her
ignorance to her husband. They had only
lieen married a short when he said : 'I
otice tfae r us is about ripe -don't
. : - u 1 n
vou want to cro out in the garden and cet
lnma ? ' Sh ronll 'I'll tell VOtl what
we will do. We shall go out toge ther You
climb and shake the tree, and 111 catch
-a my fls they fa1-,
,Ym musn,t tQUch the top of the ,.baby.3
head. sid a mother to her little fo-jr-year-
old ; 'she has got a soft part there ' that is
very tender.' The youngster g?d at it
T a mofment f Lf K' ?J
all babies have soft spots on their heads?'
,Yes, Dia nana have a soft spo on the
t0p of his head when he was a baby?''
'Yes." renlied the mother witn a smh.
'and he has g t it yet." And the l.d man,
who had overhead the conversation from
an adjoining room, sang out: fiZ? indeed
he has, my dear boy. or hey(fd be a single
G. A. RAWSOtf. II. D.
Homeopathic Physician & Surgeon
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Vv ailukn. Island of Maui, m composed of tbe foll-twing
member: A. B.VliXEi oi Wiiiuku, an 1 F. II. EM.EKd
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1 hi'ie Islan.is for this
MOST USEFUL AND ECdN'OMU' VI.
Automatic Water-raising Machine,
We wiuid resjiectf .illy rail the attention of
Planters, Stock Raisers, Dairymen,
and Ranchmen
To a f-w of ih: advautcSr.H tbnt the
NEW FULSOiVlETER
Possesses over ther methoji of raising watrr.
it is vim t:iTi.Y snipu:.
Any one who can " fire " a raall Ktoam-boiler beln? fully
comp'teii to manage it.
it is FEuri:fTLY tnojiiTir,
Woikiug as it does without any other attention titan to -t
ou the Steam.
IT CAN BE rL.tfEO AM WHERE,
Occupying as It does but 9 by 7 inches for the smallest
size, aud 52 by 45 inches for the larvrest.
Tiir.iti: ARE 10 SIZES,
"Which will deliver from 8 gallons per minute, T09,l SO
OALI.OXS PER MINUTE.
IT WILL DISIIIJIM.E
EXTRA DIRTY SEW.ViH WAT EH, SKIMMINGS
MOL.S5ES, Ml'U, CHEMICALS LI A ISLE TO
CI1YSTALIZF, and from 23 TO 73
Ter Cent, of MCT, (iKAVF.I ,
SAND, Etc., Etc.
IT XF.VEU G':r UlSTY O'l UE JAVCED,
And it can be worked on low ii:"t wi'U EXHAUST STEAM
IT I M'.HlKli'.TE !
And all the parts liuble to wear ere ea tly t at, aud can
always be replaced from the Agency at short notice.
Kor further particulars please ad.li. fS
31. AV. LOWKLL,
II. G.
Sole Agents, Honolulu.
incli31 wlui.
SI JAG
IE,
n A T".TT If a
THE GREAT
(1 E IU I
FOIt
RHSUMiTISl, :
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
liackache. Soreness of the Chtst,
Gout, Quinny, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Hums and
Scalds, General Roddy I
Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains nnd Aches.
i
No preparation on earth equiis .' ic ' il a raft,
tur,i limfle 8nd ehtap Kxten.al K-me.ly. A lril eni.ils i
Thpch r:vuY 1
,,f iu ciitm. !
icuod, m ei-ven ;
SOLD BY ALL D&UGGI3T3 AND DEAL- I
ER5 IN MEDICINE.
A. VOGELER & CO.,
Bnltim .rr, Vd., U. S A
HOLLISTER & CO.,
SOLK AGE 1ST TS
T aU UoaiiT5n Iclonrlc
IUI.IIIC IIUVVUIIUM lOiUIIUO.
ju.'t
TO ISililiVi'S, I'LIHEIIS, ETC.
jamk.s iii xx. u:!:nnr. i.skovv,
(Hawaiian ci.sru:
tn lertakes the purclis an I i.i.in.:.t of !l kiml of lint
isl ml Continental O o.is. and will he ? a I t recrivo Order.,
at rates either irtre on tuard at .liipi'iui purlin Europe, or
delivereJ ex hip (hut lh duty f r buyer', amount) at
Honolulu Suchj3idf my he accc unpanied hy remittaneea,
payable in Xrtidn or Aia Kranclsco ; or he will draw at 60
day itghi ai.Mint counnned ere ii: r ..n ilono:u;u Hanker,
or oth-rwise. to tnit ;he convenieo'-c or bnyer.
- Ftt EiiCE!. :
MK.-tSR3. WM. G.IKWIN S CJ., Uouolul
H'JS J.&. WAI.KEil. Hono ur.
TUE AGRA BANK. (Lilted), U.oJo..
Jjuli.tyr
At the id
taud, r.'c.
rm nil dp
B Qui:
P1LUMBIHG, in all its brandies;
ARTESIAN WELL PIPE, all sizes;
Uncle Saia. McUulli -m. ilicKnioiKl. Tip Ti p. 1'alace. IT ia, .Mav, . nii-ir, tiian.l I'rict', New Itiral,
Ojx.t. Derby. V. itn. Dully. Uiy. gint n. Tansy A Army i'laitcx, .Megi:u ( LaM-J, DucU. Sujiiur,
Magnet. Osc'ola. Ahittila," Eclipse, I'liartcr .ak. Niinlil.-. Inwo. .1 A I.aiirulry Sloven,
Oalvaiiiz.il Iron A Copier Uoilcrs for Hangcs. Uraiutt' lr..u Ware, Nichi-1 l,lat-tl A Plaiu,
Galvanized Iron Water Pipe9 all sizes and laid
on at Xioivost Hates ; Cast Ss Lead Soil Pipe.
-riirnisliimg;
EITBBEE
Lift ami Irc- l'umps, UiMt.-rii l'unips, (!ai atiicil Iron. SLc i-t t'opjicr, Shtt l Li-uJ.
I.ea.l I'ijn!. Tin IMarr-. Water Cloi-ts, Marldo Sl.-iL.i ami 15w!., Knaim-lcil Wnlt Simul.
CIiandeliers9 jLamps, !Laiitrns
BROGUE & SPEAR,
Manufacturing and Importing Jewelers ! !
75
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
gK.U I.HlVK, 111 INFiiK.M IIIK ITItl.lt
C'0MSTI.X; IX cur uv
COLD AND SILVER SETTS.
PINS, RINGS. EAR RINGS,
VEST CHAINS. NECKLACES, SCARF PINS.
SCARF RINGS, SLEEVE BUTTONS
Sail A SlXaVZilt. WATCHES
'STW&LLtlzLzxioa. specialty.
Silver Filagree Jewelry,
Tasmaniar. Shell Necklaces in all shades of Color,
Silver Plated Ware, American Clocks.
VK WDlldi ALSO M ATK THAT
loldjp Kukui, SIicll
J Wartelies rJorrii'el l).v Coni)tnt, Workmon.
j DIAMONDS SE1 IN THE LATEST STYLES.
A Spccilify J3s?lc sci Iiirsivin of sill EiindH
IMM'DI.Xt; OK
Imoxograms, MODELS. .LOCKF.I, &c.
! .?.?I.0..,.l.,?J'::lS yli(" OMIK.K hLl.VDS Wild, KKOKIVK Oil It PROMPT
Every Article Guaranteed as
""2fl,r
A
s9
1 1
I A
KjiAv lists p' .
GK R-Nr3-I,TNrG-
5 Nuuanu Street,
A'iF.NT." I Oil 1HK
55? uperior
h'&'&$:
jan!3 wly
32" C5 "IS?
I T; --i f fir-; - -zr-y
r . ,. iv
8 Kiuhuniatu Street, .
f
Vv 9'HJ'aiyCLv )
A A, KIN OS:
HOSEAI,!, SIZES and GRADES
G V. X V. " A 1. 1. V
THAT TltKIK MOCK Hf
3
is Complete.
W K MA.MP.KITIIIK A I.I. KINDS OF
and other JcwcXrjr I
represented, or Money Refunded
i,olir l)illii,vl,au & Co.
J A J iS 10 O 1
N6
0000S,
V T
sprv AVo"
HgSj rr J
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in
W5&Stoves and Ranges.
2y'.;l l:KHV DESCKIPTIOV v.
SHEET METAL WARE
H.ud or Made to Order.
TinBinr, ?kmn, onttemtr. Etc.
ontrarted for
Water Pipe and Fittings,
ALL KI.i;k.
IeAKe,.intb,.gpIsItndifo
Montague ' Ranco
took- ,9onlara .0(1 rne M
pucation. "
11.
man to-day.' .j.
BAS If
Afeota for Joho Fowler a Co.

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