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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, MAY 19. 1883. WILLIAMS. DIMOND & CO.. Shipping & ('omiaision Merchant, Va.ilM'.lk-mU Irrrl. nhU 4 1 t'liiNCICU "Tl."w."3EVERAHCEt J0II2I H R7EY Cc ro.. c UMMI4IN M KKCIl f WOOL lidMllloa, U4B44a ftsJVrbc oa of Voatml. IT li Ctli) alt .1rs iiH C'fi. j'la W. H. CKOSSLIAN & BEO., H hlplni; ni(t Communion M E R C II A X T . tlS I'lMaWra Hirer. XBW TORK. EdMe I.'mU Cook a vi J. T. WttnbnM. p:a i O HATEFCI-COiIFOIlTING. EPP8'SG0G0JL BREAKFAST. I a Iborcafh koo(fli of th aaiarsl Un which ? r lb pmin of J-tKn an-1 Balritioe. aftl by a srsful apvtUsiloa ,r BD prop-nlpa or sil-neetd oeosw Mr. E pt ku prolil oar limkM tables suit a d!lclir-flsvoc4 Bwrrraca whicai m J t as mao brass doctor's Mis. It U tty tlw Jadcvxis of such an.cics of dim thai anoatiMilua ur M gradually bslll Bp aatll ma ooaf a t mist erery tcadeocy la duru. Ilamtrvd af aaxla maladies ara floating aman4 o read ti nun ttrt lUsr ! a weak point. W m er mui fatal abaft r kap4nf oanrivca well ttrxl&ni wiib para tbd add a properly noalihrd framr. e sri.cls In itn Oct' mna Gass'fs. MaJa simply wit boiliag water or milk. Bold an.! la pseksts, labelled t .XIVIES EI?X3S Sz, CO., HOMEOPATHIC CUKMIST?. LONTON Uw XPrrS CHOCOLATE ZSSeitCC. or Jflernmun ae. laoll.ly L. P. FISHER, A nVERTIHINO AGE.N'Ti 21 MERCHANT X. CXCMlMJK, 80 FraocUco, California, ia authorised C rsceifs adrertiseoaenta lor lb a column of this paper. Xi. P. FISHER'S NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING AGENCY, Roots 20 mod 31 Merchants' Exchange. Calilorala Street, 8 an Francisco. STX. B. Idrertl'lag Solicited for all .e- papen Pikllshti the Tactile Ut, the SaidwWh ItUids, Poljntsla, Mexican Torts, Tunania, Valpa raiso, Japan, Cklaa. Sew Zealand, the lastraliaa Caleales, tke Eastera States and Earope. Files ol earl j etery Newspaper Pafcllshed on the Taelfle Caait are kept Ceastaatly ea Hand, and all adier Users are allowed free aeeess to them dsriaz fnal ess Hear. The PACIFIC COn?lF.CCUL ADVER TISES Is kept ea file at the Office of L. P. FISHES. JOHN FOWLER & CO. Le-f , Ka(laoJ, ARE PRCPkRCI) TO FCKMSII PL..Xsl aaJ Eatmaces for tileel Portable Tramwaja. with or without car or tocooMKieea. opeciaUy adapml for tofar Plaotaiiooa. ?ennaaeot Railwari, alifi locomoliTea and cara. Traetiow Koaloea and Road Locomotives. Bcmun PloahioK aad Calttraiinc Maehioerr. Portable Sieara Enginro for all parpoaea. Windinf EnRinea fnr loclinra. Cataka-a, wtUi llloatraiiona. iloJda anJ thotnrrDb of (be anoee Plana and aLachioery naar be aern at the cScea M Uta nadraiened. W. U UREEN an O. W. MCr.RLA!(E If CO., ao-20U Ageuia fc.r John fowler tt Co. CORNER OK Beale and Howard Streets, UlN rtXCI3Ci, CaUFCRNI W. U. T1T102. .-- Pre-Iifnt. JOS. MOOllK, SaperUtendent, BUILDERS OF STKAM MACHINERY, H ALL ITS CRANCIIfIS Stcnmbont, Stcasiisliip, a.:itn- ENCir-ES AND BOILERS, Ulih Prcare or Cenpeand. WTEAM VESSELS of all kinda. boilt rompWe with Hails of Wood. Iron ot Composite. ORDIN ARV EXCIXESeompoocded when aJnaa hie. STKAM UCXCIIES, Barces and Steam Toes ron atraeted with reference io the Trade in wl icb they are to beewiployrd rpeed, toonage and draft cf water gutran-t-ed. SLOIR MILLS AND SfCAU MAKING MACIIINKHY made ater tt.e moat apprured planf. Also, all B-Het Iron Work connected therewith. WATER PIHE.of BoHer or Sheet I mo. of yiit'. aaade In amiable lenftha .r connectin tnurther. or hla Railed. Punched, and Parked for Shipment. reeCy lo he Ttwl im the frownd. HFORU'LICUIV F.T I N C . Bo:W ork f.-jd a ur Piua made bj Ibis Establishment. Kiretcd be l!y--rsohc Rilof Machinery, that quality of work in, lar saperior to hand work. nip - ORKi Ship and Steam CUi. Sie.ia Winch es, Air aad Circolatini Pumps. mle after the m.i ap. prverd plan. AGENTS lor Wortblnftoo Duplex Steam Pump. PC MPS. 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Maoey ord-r. pi J sl!e tl G EORO E WIKi on Tasjior Loa- dt a. or the rquisaient in any local eurrn-y or por;ge staaips. Tl'VPllll LETT tlltS ItKKfStlO. "V8 AdJ.-ai Tha fRSCI TRADE JOURMAL KKl'UKriB -el ly 14. iLoeae enteral, ruis. riuw STEEL RAIIJ roR. PORTABLE OR PERMANENT , . " Ft- LOCTII. 14 Iks, PER IMKU I fee u i arrire prr Poke of Abermtn frr.ro .i"pi. ipp'rw.L0Rm. O. W UACFAKLA5E k Co. uaM tf A facts for Jobs Fowler Co. 2lHsrrnanf0tt.s N HiMiir.r.?. riiicriT jn r.E, -kcond judi cial litnc-t. Hantaan ItliuAA. In tV rnt-r i.f the Eatata . f J.I II A V E- I . , KOSrof MaVawao, a uc-aJ. Jicrr rrop-r sprl.i-st.rna hs Hi i n with l!-t t'oart htl. W. r rrrr'ttrdi 1'isrdtm.r. akiTiJ tLl ttt'.r ae- io. n a I ut-.rs .f i.- 1 jt1 vt JOftN 1. HAVE- i,r Milii -v. :a I, '!. . 1. b ai pi GT.-d. aii.1 that tr tr I tl'-.r s t-i - I r;iil l.vm fcitli'r r lon- '. :....fj-t-l t. 1 1 i: ..T. T::X Zxk iif M.T. 1W3, ! I ) . y . it ii-.. (itM-ii u- :ri Wsilnku. be act a the tune n-l i n tiarin' aaid i--' itioc.-an t say.otjec- t ona that ii.-it I e t-: l t Uorrt" ; an t a:I r irti. int tested are h.itl.y u. .t ft-l i'.euL AUK. I'D K .V X I K K . M'iU'ulL-. 'vi nJ ,'u:i.ii t.iitri. t. Uo.LCi.r, Avrii Si. !;. way 5 -t. T v en tiiuER, cirm :ir . i !4jr, se onl jcoi CIAL Lltnct. Kini'.ra land. In the icatter cf the folate 1 1 AI.O20 4 K-ON, c f MaVaiao, .MaoJ. oeceaaeo. r-ior appll. atlau hiii. u. ti tiled w.tL this C'.urtLy F 3THtE J ACK-ON. pravir. ' tl.at Letter, of Admlnistia- tlon b Utoed to W. F. fctWEI! aa Adminiatrator firwn tha Kae r f her hu-,b-nJ AIaCZO JAC&SON of Makawao, Maui, deceased. jtiswdcreu that AiU.NDAT, TflE 3STK OF MAT, at .., at tb Coort-bouse In Makawao. ba set as the time and place for bearing ra!d petition and ny oljections toat may be mad thereto ; and all parties Interested axe nerecy nctined to attend. ABR. FOR.N'A.VDER, Circuit Joda-e.-ind Judicial District H. I. 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OVER 4000 COPIES rcM:alid l'-rrrj WrilnraJay. 3000 Copies Sent by Mail Krery TuMilsy to the OTHER JSLIDS. On Wdoday II is rnt to the Outer Districts of This Island. Charges Very Moderate. All Advertisements written to EtglKh Iraoatated into its IV a l Ilaiaaiiao Free. To insare immediate Inwrtino all Adrertis.fce-Is rnosl br f nt Id to the otttre of publication by 3 o'clock Monday af;e noon. The Elclc Poakolu i Is the Moil Attract ire anl Bt Arraoj-d Paper pabliabed hers In ths navailao laortu?-. All cotamuaicfttloaa to Us addressed to D. LYONS, Maaagsr. ss lrJ LATEST FOREIGN NEWS. Dublin, Mat 2. Patrick Delauey and Thomas Caffrey, two more of the men charged with par ticipation in the murders cf Carendih and Burke, were arrainsed for trial this morning. They created u sensation in the conrt-room by plendins gaiity to the cbarpc-s acainst theio, and tioth were sentenced to be hanged on the -uj ot Jane. Before Caffrey had pleaded cniltr he waa in formed that the Crown cave no bore for the mitigation of the sentence of death which would be passed upon him. When Delaney wua called he pleaded guilty. He said : ' I was brought into this at first foolishly, not knowing what it was. I ras forced from my work to go to the park. We had to obey the orders of the society or take the con sequences. When I got into the park I could not get ewer. I .w the mnrders committed, but took no part in :).:n. The murders were committed by Joe Brady ar;d Timothy Kelly, and by nobody else." When Caffrey was placed in th dock his face wore smiles. The consequence of pleading truilty was again fully explained to him in open Court, but he persisted in hi plea. On being asked whether he had anything to say why sen tence should not be passed upon him, Caffrey replied : " All I hare got to say, standing on the brink of the grave, is that I did not know what was going; to happen until ten minutes before the murdeis were committed. I was bound to go to the park under pain of death' The sent-, ncc of Delaney will probably be com muted to life rervitude. Joseph ITanlon, who is awaiting trial, has finally been accepted as an approver. lie will confirm the evidence of the two Careys against thirteen prisoners in Kilmainham Jail, charged with conspiracy to murder. New York, May 3 The Star's Dublin cable gram of May 2nd says: The city is in a fermei.t of excitement to-day. A new act in the terrible tragedy in 1'na-uix Farlr. a year ago was pre sented in the Green-street Courthouse this morning. It tunnot be said to have been an un rehearsed effect, for you will remember that at the commencement of the trials I forshudoved plished facts, venturing the opinion that after the conviction of the principals als in the murder, pleas of gunty would bo accepted from the others, and this has occurred. It h- s been ex pected that there would be conditions of mercy annexed to the pleas, and though this has been strenuously denied in Court by representatives of the Crown, no one believes that there is not a mental reservation in the denial. The pleas of guilty by accomplices constitute the most posi tive evidence for the prosecution, far beyond the testimony of the informers in effect, and force is lent to the opiuion of an understanding, direct or indirect, between the Crown and the accused, by the circumstantial statements super added to the plea and the solemn assertions of the men convicted on their own confessions that the actual perpetrators of the crime were Brady and Kelly. You will remember that Kelly has already been tried twice, with the result of the' jury dis agreeing each time, whila Brady is under sen tence. Killy is to be tried again and the effect of Delaney's declaration to-dAy will be disas trous to the prisoner. It is supposed, in well informed circles, th-t Delany will be produced as a witness for the Crown. His name had already been mentioned as a probable informer. He was convicted and sentenced to penal servi tude for an attack on Judge Dawson and was ( subsequently included in the indictment for the ! Phoenix Vark affair. i The general feeling is that the Crown has scored its greatest victory in the proceedings to ! day, but there is the accompanying suspicion : that the scene of the forenoon was a well j devised coup de theatre, reseaved for final effect, if' New York, April 11th. General S. C. Arra ,y strong read a paper last evening before the Long 1 Island Historical Society iri Brooklyn upon "The i Hawaiian Islands," before a very large audience. He said : " The darkest shadow on the Islands i at the present time was the irruption of the j Chinese. Their vast immigration had caused ; an inequality in the sexes, the men greatly ont- numbering the women a result always fatal to ; morality. The Reciprocity Treaty with our j country has stimulat d business and made j money plenty. If abrogated, it would ruin many ! of the planters on the Islands, and would cause i the Government of the Islands to form an al liance with some European nation. We may not know our need of these Islands until it is too late to obtain them.'' Xew York, April 12th. Speaking of the new Sandwich Island coins, the Times of Philadel phia says : Colonel Snowdeu showed a reporter seme drawings for dies to-aay. On one side of the coin will be the King's face, and on the other a portion of t:.e great seal of this country. The denomination of the coins will be indicated in the Hawaiian and English languages. Ihere will be Akihi dala," "Uapalua dala,'' and "Uapaha,'' or dollars, half-dollars and quarters, respectively. There will likewise be dimes, but the Hawaiian signification of that piece of silver has not yet been translated. In size and weight the money will be equal to United States de nomination?. The dies will probably be sent to San Francisco, wh?re the first batch of money, to the value of one million dollars, will, it is said, be made, the mint at that place being the nearest to the Sandwich Islands. Washington, April 30th. Colonel Iaukea of Honolulu, sent by King Kalakaua to attend the coronation of the Czar, is, with his Secretary, stopping at the Grand Hotel, no said: " We find that Chinamen who come to our couutry without their wives only wish to make a certain sum of money, and then return to their country and spend it. This is not what we want. We desire permanent settlers. If the Chinese come with their wives, we are very willing to receive them." Cairo, May 3d. A telegram has been received from Colonel Hicks reporting that on the 29th ultimo he had an engagement with SOOQ rebels. The battle, which lasted half an hour, resulted in the defeat of the rebels with 500 killed, in cluding the Lietenant-General of El Waheli (the False Prophet) and many wounded. The Egyp tian losses were slighter Hicks praises the gallantry of the Egyptian troops. St. Petersburg, Aprl 21. The Emperor and Empress will reach Mc scow on May 21st. The coronation will take place on the 27th. The festivities, including eight grand balls, will be prolonged until June Htb. The state entry into St. Petersburg will Le made cn June 10th. The sugar trade is as active as it always is at i j this stason of the year. It is even better than j usual there being a much larger distribution ! than ever before. There has been vo change in the market and will not probably be for some ' time. The Abermaun, the Sue, and the ("has. ! Hansen brought 3,578,715 pounds f Hawaiian ' to hand. ! Stocks in the leading centers of tha w-.rid are i given as follows by the Bulletin de H.iiles of j Pans: , J 1SS3. 18SJ. 13.-1. lon. Tons. Tons ...223.6ST 1T9.iiT 1G6.154 ..214.230 19",815 1H5.482 .. 5U.B44 32.3 M 31.214 .. 81.800 7!U3i) i:i.9S.-. ... 38.416 24.089 24.7."i France. Mar. 1 England, Alar. 31 Holland. Mar. 15 Germany, February 1 Uelifiuiu, March 1 Total Europe Cu8,967 United States Mar. 22 48,827 Total 657,794 Harana-Matanzaa, March li... 61.055 Afloat, April 6 93,676 419.69 83.566 503,255 71.595 99, :6 Grand total 3j0,535 714.206 C74.156 In.-icaso 18H3 over lJJSi Tbe recent d- mand for an abrogation of tho existing Reciprocity Treaty with Ilawaii, it will be remembered, says the New York Comviercial Bull'lin, was predicted npoii a widespread im pression, if not actual belief, that its provisions were fraudulently evaded by tbe importation of large quantities of Chinese sugar into United States ports. Statements to this effect were quite specific, and what is more, they were vouched for by numbers of Congress whose official position as representatives of commercial constituencies was accepted as a guarantee that they could not speak without the fullest information on the Mihject. An official communication from ur Ilesident Minister, to the State Department, has been published, which goes to show (1) that tho alleged illegal importations of Chinese sugar through that channel could never, by any possi bility, have taken place ; and (2) that there is now'a stroDg presumption that the allegations to the contrary must have been the ingenious device of some person or persons interested in putting an end to the importation of sugar from those islands duty free. Wko those per on 3 are, it i9 not for ns to say, but Mr. Belmont, who championed their cause at the time doubt less nuder a conviction of the rutire justice of his c.isp has an opportunity to explain. A New Word. The NihilisU are said to be not dmrnetricallj, bat " dyuamitrically " opposed to the crowning of the Czar. 05.413 31.4SC 336,929 81.8ft! 95,474 A Hawaiian Legend- If the native had jxjssessed a written language tor any great length of time, there would be some means afforded for analyzing: the various ancient superstitions wliu-h they undoubtedly cherished in remote times. As it is we can only conjecture as to the real foundations of many Miisrular traditiot s which have been handed down from comparatively primitive days by vi rd of t iiiriie, undergoing' with each ieetitioi! inevitaM. alteration, nddiiion or omission, until, after ; s ni! through many jrenr -tion, we at this day are only able to gather son.- fragments of the mutilated original. Almost every Jov.-i ity on thesf Inland has, according n tr.tdition, been the scene of some remarkable or suju-riiiitural event. On the Island of Kauai, in the upper part of the Ilanrtpepe Vailey. a email sr am of water dashes over a precipice of more than one hundred feet ii to a gieat gorge or nar row deep valley. This waterfall is called Hanawai. The scenery In the vicinity is graud and impressive. There is something rather dread and solemn about the place. Except the splashing of the water as it takes its tearful leap iuto the air and is dashed to spray upon the rocks below, there is no sound nor sig..t of civilization to dispell the spirit of wild grandeur which still seems to reside there, as if a diety ot long past times had taken refuge in some neighnoi ing cavern, and continued toesert his sway in that somewhat inaccessible and seques tered place, although no lonffer able to maintain ins noM over an enlightened people who have discarded the super stitions which give a multitude of ; gnomes, elfs or gods an opportunity ! to thrive. It was perhaps in the days ; wnen me imaginary Ueit.v which Is till ; presumed to haunt this place exerted wide ! aud terrible influence over the minds of I the Kauaiaus that a fearful tragedy occur- , red, according to tradition, at thi.T fright l ful precipice. Long before the time of i Kamehameha the Conqueror, so runs the . legend, n mighty chief who had subdued all the inhabitants of Kauai dwelt with his lainny in ins naie pile up in tin e mountains j """ Y'-',1.ar .B""U1U1 la"3 f Hanawai. Near by lived an old kahunn. the dausrh tt-r of a former ruler of the island who had been vanquished in battle and slain bv the then reigning chief. This old kahuna cherished a secret, bitter resentment tigainst the haud that killed luer father and usurped his authority and confiscated his taro lauds in the vahev. For a loner time she had meditated a plan of avenging hei fathers death and destroying the trreat chief, who now occupied his pluce, tnerether with all his family, but this design she had carefully concealed and resorted to everv possible mode of deception to make the : : . - I . I c i i. . i . . reigning uuiei ueneve mat sue nau en tirely forgotten her father's cruel fate. In this she succeeded and eventually hecam a favorite of the great chief, so as to become intimate with all I113 habits. At length there wa3 a great luau given in honor of some important event on the smooth pla teau or prominitory partially bordered by the frightful precipice.- From nil parts ol me island, multitudes ot men and women had gathered. An abundance of food was provided, and after all had eaten heartily, me young ana June began the ancient games and dances, keeping them up until the sun bei.au to descend into the sea Then the plays were gradually suspend.-d, large quantities of awa were brought in calabashes and all joined in repeated liba tions and freely imbibed the stupefying liquid. Tho stupefaction soon became quite general and contrary to his general custom, the great chief drank to excess, and together with several of his sons was soon Quite insensible. When most all of the assembled multitude were in au unconscious condition the old kahuna, who had still nourished her re scntment with the hope of revenge, came lorward irom a neighboring jungle where sue nau concealed iierselt to watch an on portunity for vengeance. Her black with ered form, her long bushy hair almost white with age, the lerocious and demon iacal expression of her features and her at titude as she crept stealthily towards her intended victims, gave her all the real terrifying appearance that! imagination could attribute to the Prince of Devi s. She approached the spot where the stupefied cnier lay, sue raiseu ner niooa-siiot eves to ward the sky, and, with frightful convulsive grimaces uttered an invocation to the spirit of her dead father, calling him from the repose of the tomb to come with the spuit powers which she controlled and hurl his murderer and family over the neighboring dreadful precipice to eertaii destruction. Instantly alter t lie iucanta lion was uttered a tern lie sound liive the clash of thunder was heard, a cloud came sweeping down from the summit of the nearest mountain and obscured the light o tile moon ami stars which were shining sa. .a V . a . uruianiiy. 'jui 01 ine cloud lino the shadow which it cast over the scene ad vauced the spiritual form of the dead father and vanquished chief accompanied with the ghastly inultitiufe t his slain followers With the rapidity of lightning fhev pize the prostrate insensible chief ui:d all hi children and relatives ai d hurled them headlong over the precipice. The frantic kahuna, like one possessed of a demon, ut tering a piercing sereani, ran to ?he brink of the chasm and sprang over after those whom the spirits had precipi ated to de struction. Next morning when the as sembled people had .recovered from the effects of ava drinking they were filled with awe and horror lor many of them claimed to have witnessed the supernatural tragedy. They hastened to their respective places of abode and ever after avoided the awful spot where the spirits had destroyed their chief; and for years the place was haunted with gnomes, ghosts and terrible spectres. Massacres in the South Sc:s. Mr. Col em m Phillips forwarded to us the fol lowing list of massacres and casualties in the South Sea Islands from October, 1SS0. It is compiled from unofllciui seouroes, and the d ites are uncertain : .qSSO. October 13 Commander aad five seamen, II. M.S. Sandfly, killed and eaten. November 27 Captain and rrew of Annie Hrocks killed and eaten; party of naturalists killed at Moresby Island. December 1 Town Hall of Cooktown draped in black for the mur der of 30 Europeans, besides kanakas and Chi nese, at New Guinea, during the pist three rears. December IS Sohootier Leslie reported a vessel wrecked ou Bougainvile Islau l: captain eaten aud s - of the crew poisoned. upSSI .T iiiiary 11 Captain and crow of the Zephyr murdered at the Solomons. January 18 to March 15 Crew of the trading ship Ilong kr.ng all killed except the captain; crew of the schooner Prosperity massacred at Mor shy Isl and; the Tauna natives fired upon the Jabber wok boats; crew of the Uorealis murdered at the Solomons; reported also that Captain Laurie, of the Black Hawk, has been killed. April 1 The following murders also reported to date: Capt. Mcintosh, of the Esperanza; Captain Ferguson of thoKipi'le; Captain Murray, of the I.npJia. June 20 Seven kanakas and one European, of the schooner May Queen, murdered. November 7 schooner Atlantic attacked at the Solomons and several of kanaka crew killed. Nov 'cr 22 Schooners Ariel aud Dancing Wave att. d nt the Solomons by 20 canoes. December 12 Ir. II. Mair, the mite aud tw of. the Fijian crew of the schooner Isabella, killed and eaten j at the New Hebrides; Mr. V. H. C. Lyttelton ; murdered at Tort Webber, New Britain. P332. March 12 Lieutenant Lnckeraft. of i H.M.S. Cormorant, killed at the New Hebrides. yiaj 2 The labor agent, the mate, and four of the crew of the brig Janet Siewart murdered at the Solomons, and the vessel burnt. September 14 Three French traders and one kanaka mnr dered at Santo. December 11 Reported in Sydney that the crew of a vessel (tho Favioni), 16 in all, have been killed and eaten by New Guinea natives. "The Mystery and Dauntless massaeir-s must also be included in this period, but of these two atrocities I have no notes.' Sydney Morning Herald. Here comes an Eastern detective," said a joker in a Deadwond church ns the con gregation was kneeling in prayer In seven teen seconds every worshiper except the chief elder had risen from his knees and slid out of the window. The chief elder had fainted. -iNisrrllnnam.s. s Corporation Notice. Noii r is MAS. V 1 1 v;-y t: IAT AT Tl! W- - u i ! :!: ( ' li ' .. : .. -. tr-.u , i Aj-iU. lai-X Ti i? t:jr K anl f M; a- Mill rr-.. ." ;. 1 r.i u - !;.li..L 1 ' a.-i' CO., 11 2 ! I;. ! f ;io-.vi:i ' jii. t gt-ro air. If 1 1.1 1 i tLc cr:.-niii.: sr. xiz. : w. i:. J. U Wis. ' :-tl- I'r :d.if. . Vice I'r; i it ut. tir., Ii I m:u I r-as-nrc:. . . t:d:tr. v tt..- ..! Vi.la k a- 1 J. H. far Xi'tu-t i a all Hit- 'k. 94'hdat-Ml w:th ife 1 u:i;i'st!i, au:. rrnvtti-! It t- C-arter :r t'i? (Yt;.r thhi,. It f 1 iji'.i.! ffti-: a in creased f.-oi: $Wi.'.'vi"U 10 f .v.!K-i. by s:i inse l-"J i.e.- shart a r.r SOW) rau, wherttr lie 1 !ji uuu.bf:' l sire ot said Company cow stani a- (S'J four huudrea. !?ignei W.M.C. IKW1X. Ho X: .1. tr Mil. ; a. ai-r.'i wl.11. Administrator's Notice. . iilf. ::V-i T..SMNE1.' HA Br KS V- 1-cintiii fcv tin lion. . irn!:ci3 ;i'iJ, C'ui' f I K'lice tbe 5tTr.r-u.c t '.iv.rt. to r dn!inti'mti.ir cf the eiiattj cf Luiio :k). late cf Km. Inland of Hawaii. 2eotssd : tbeiv f re. all rrreor vi ho liave lu tiit ir Tossemwii snv rr"r- erty be ougiaa '" ss'd estate are h'-r-.ty rp-questetl tv fortli- wiih delivrr tue ssiue over to uie cr t ) lay attornfy. John L,. Kaulukon at Honolulu, and all tbue vaa Lave claicis against said estate are hereby requested to present tliem MM'rnn six moatlia Irom tliU tiRte. or taey wiji te lorcver barred. KAPEHE, administrator of the esrst of l.oso tt), deceased. Johs I KaCLUKOC, Aitornev for Kapeba. a pril 10. 1?. apltwGt Copaxtner3liip Notice. 11 i. ALUEX KEUIT and IAIM foilPANY " Or tliL- andwich Isla;i..I, at pre-nt doing business at WuiliiiU. Island of Miai. -s comcosml of the followit.K raeiubfs: A. B.VKXKS of Wailuku, an 1 F. 11. EXnEi:." ol t:if sauie placi. Al.Uil.V r'KT'ir it TAliO CO V.'a:Li cc. Aii' ISsJ muy5 :Jt. I " .V 31 T".V 1 Y MANUFACTORY and BA.'tRY. FH. liLO R X. Prartiffsl Caiirfrtioner. J'alry aaa o.tfr. Ni. T 3 tl i'e tre-t, bvt wp'ii NEtti-iiu mml For' janl bl THE bl biii AViN.i s 1: c 1: it f.p 'I licse iHlan is fur this MOST VSEFCI. AND ECONOMICAI. Automatic Water-raising Machine, W e wruld resperlftiliy call the attn:in of Planters, Stock Eaissrs, Dairymen, and Kanchmen To a few of the dautau"! that th- IUEW PULSOLETER IT IS PLEiFEiTLY SIMPLE Acy or.e wlin inn " flre iMrnii.-' ' a Knir.ll stcan2-biler lit ins fully i n' to u:nnaa it. IT IS PERFECTLY AlTOllllK, Wovklriif os it does witlicut any other a' tciitl iu than to let oa the Stf.am. AYYME!iE, inches for the smallest Orcupyiug aa it does but 9 by " size, and 52 by 4.1 hes for the lanieM. TiiilKK VdH 10 SIZES, IVhl.-h will deliver from 3 callons pr-r tuinnto, TO 2, 1 SO ;ai.i.on pf.k MiNurr. it ili. ms'iniiu: EXT it A WRTY bF.W.Vii: WATEi.', SKIMMINGS MOLASSES, MUI, ( HEMIC U.S 1.IAUIJ; TO CRYST4EIZ7, and froui 2 3 TO 7 5 Per :e:it. of MIT, UilAVKI, SANP, Kt, Kt.-. IT SV.M'll GMi -i lil nlY Aud It fanbe worked on !. "dft- .i h i:l?.rST STEAM. it ! irsi;::t t te w vzi: Aud all l-f: parts ilaulfc io wesr are a sUvays be replaced from the Age:n-' liy ,; t ar, and can at short jiotU-p. For further par'i.-ulai s pleav ad-ir. as M.AV. EOWEEE, IT. . CUAmtK. s:-le A gents, Honolulu. inoUal w. i'i. TRAUK THE GREAT 10 ii Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Soreness of the (Jht.f. . Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell ings and Sprains, Hums and Scalds, General. Bodily Pains, Tooth, Ear and Headache, Fronted Feet and Ears, and all other Pains and A"hcs. N.i preparation ou e:irih rqa iN -I. J-.0 -l ' ii a raft, sure, timplt i aud chrap rxceri l ii-niely. A tri-il enii!a IjUI ll.e comparative! triflm imiltTo: ;" 1 t'ent. and very une mfferin? wi'h pain can h '.v a !-; in.! !" 'I-v. lrn..f rf ii cii:m. l irC'.iou it" r.'eTrn l.n-s SOLD BY ALL DRUGGlSI D DEAL- ERS IN MEDICINE A. VOGELER tfc CO., HOLLISTER & CO., SOLE AGENTS I For the Hawaiian Islands. juI to Miiiinus, nmm, nr. 1 1 M I.V IW VV HfRCHlM r; i. n:. (HAWAIIAN C".)Nt :-. Cii leitaktrs the pure!i;ile aii'l sliipnu-i.i i,( an vir : .i. .. .,..,;.,.,...! r: iiU ami wiU he 3 h ! I" rri- l:r.: ISII y-.l . at rarM riihr Irtwon toarj al .shipi.in.' i-n ii E.irui, or .1 1 1 .....I o hin fhut with iluir f-r Iju't's acrount) at Ilonulu'.u Sach Order my be acr-cmpmie.i r.y r..i'. ua Table iu Loml ja or Sah Fracclsco or Sit will cm Ji I1 1 1 Mlil SI JACOBS RHBUMATISffl. days sigiil a-.lastcor.arm- ! crli-s fro flono:u ti linkers or o'.u-riri-c. to uit thi; cweiAeife ot biyr. aEFBBKSCCS : MESSRS. WM. G. ia IN it CO.. li.m. iulu HUN J.S. WAI.KEll, lIonu;u!a. TUEaBA. 0SK,(Li3lieJ). Ltnloa jonlS.lir .7 . KiaaWVaTaaKWiKaBBjaVKPaSSZZV - -T " " i ; t tin Id . c. TIPJ, GOPPER & SHEET IRON V PLUMBING, in all its branches; ARTESIAN WELL PIPE, nil sizes STOVES Uncle Sam, Medallion. ISiounionJ. J'ii t"..;.. Pal.icj. Fft-a, t'o :.-!. lirsiul Pricf, Now l'.ival, Oper, Derby, Wreu. Dolly, tJyi. . guu.'ii, Paiy v Amy Kt.ii;;' . -V.ni! Chart.t. litirk, Superior, Mairnet, Osceola. Aluieda. Lclijie, Charter Oak, Nimble. Inwuod V Lcnr.drv Stoes, Oalraniztd Irou A- C.ipixir loil. rs for Cannes, s-aii;- li- n aif. Ni'-Kd l'latHl A Plain, Galvanized Iron Water Pipe, all sizes, and laid on at Iiowftst Hates ; Cast fs Xead Soil Pipe. House FnrmsMjQLg; G-oods ! ALL KINDS: EIIBBEE HOSEAIiI. SIZES and GR ADES Lift and Forcrf Pumps, Cistern Pumps, Galvanized Iron, Sl.t il I'.-ju-er. Shift lad. Iad Pipe. Tin Plate. Water Closets, Marble 81al and Kuwl. I'naiucled Wa-h Stands. BROGLIE & SPEAR, Manufacturing and Importing Jewelers ! ! 75 FOKT STREET, HONOLULU. EO LE.4VB TO IXFOKM YIIW ri'HI.IC Li i5 Ui r3"Q f"a ' . M - 1 I .V ; COLD AND SILVEF! SETTS. PINS, RINGS, EAR FilNCS, VCGT CHAINS, NECKLACES, SCARF PINS, SCARF RINGS. SLEEVE BUTTONS. 'STU'sxJLtilJL dieses. specialty. Silver FilagTee Jewelry, Tasm.i!iii!i Sbe-il Necklaces in all shades of Color, Silver Plated Yare, ALnerican Clocki. WE WOULD ILS: 1 iTH THAT W V M A XI T.I CT I' fi K A I.I. KINDS OF Gold, H.ulsui9 ISlicll asui otlici Gvuclir I Wntclies X?irii'cl Vy Competent AVorlimens DIAMONDS SET IN THE LATEST STYLES. A Speciality 33 side sii B'ebjjbs vir.,- of all fiiiiclA 1.V4 M'DIMJ F MONOGRAMS, aMODELS, Aairrr9 Ac. tt-.?- OKDKKS HtOM IIIK OlfIK.il v. 4S':s WILL K F.C'KI V ll:l PROMPT ATT 10 X T I X ' Every Article Guaranteed as represented, or lYionoy Refunded 7G FOB8T STEIgKI1, no28 lyr J-"" s; 5 . I . GEiW! h. I z.l. v ti! s n - a. U ML:. EH UV.ll t ii 0)- rjr GK ENGLINQ &c CO., 5 IKTauaira Street, Honolulu. H. I. a-.ents in:: inj. Superior" stovo lfe-.spS SHEET METAL WARE WMUfP TiEiiiu2 PinmUing, Guttering, Etc. JSIilwSW Watcr Sittings, jan!3 wly ' 1 ' .14 1.14 W i J 0 KaahUHiaLU Street, amps, iLaaterns V. X A I.I. V Tllif 11IKIK MOCK tY 3 is Complete. K?, IX I'AKT III' OM.ti- Dilliuuhiitn At. C. I . I TS' 10 ! I00DS, t Healers in Stoves and Ranges. r.r.iii UlJiCKU'TION OK A 1.1. 8II:s. ole Agents in these Island, for tU Montague ' Raniro AU Size In Ptoot ri . . -V TSkT "W-- . yORICER. i4 a s - i m i J LIT. 4 6-1 X A hV t KS 13 11 r AT 1 it t V 1 r 'I I1 . 3 t I i. "t rbf W-v If''?" ''V - ' ' auvk hve i nlsliei by Mr. a. " r?:,f. iiu Maletv wtta tue cunomury no more i r..