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DACLY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, SEPTEMBER 27, 1830.
TI13U ltl ItitTfqfin FRIDAY, SEPT. 27, 1889. ARRIVALS. Sept 27 Stmr W O llnll from Hawaii ami Maul Stmr Walalealc from KUauea ami Ha- nnlcl Stmr Polo from Hawaii DEPARTURES. Sent 27 Haw S S Australia, Hoitdlctte, for San Francisco at 12 m Am ukt 0 O Whlttnore, Ward, Port Towpsend Stmr O H Bishop for Walanae, Walalua ami Koolau at i) n m Stmr Lull u a for llaniakua ami Hllo ports at u m Schr Kaulllua for lCalialuu - VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW. Schr Mol Wnliliio for Koliala Sclir Loahl for Kona Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, for l'ugct Sound PASSENGERS. For San Francisco per S S Australia, Bent 27 Ilia Ex II A P Cartcr.wlfe and ;i uauu:htcr,Hou G W Men 111 and wife, Mrs C L Sullivan and child. O 12 Sid ney, MlssK II Ulokuull, G It Carter, Miss A II Patku, Mrs .1 Monisseau, MIssM Ilroderlck. Mrs S Savtdge, Mrs 11 Halstcad, M!sos llalstcad (2), G Gal. braith, J A Hopper, Mrs 1, A Thurston. S Klirlich, J O Carter and 19 steerage. From windward poits purtmr G Hall, Sept 27 Mr bilvciwood, .1 Mc Carthy, Miss Apiki, MKh Miiniiiii, J D Sllva, Kla Nahaolelua, J Coep r, M Gouvcia, V T Thompson, V A lla.loy, Airs K.ra and child and 02 deck From Kauai per stmr Walalealc, Sept 27 Gcrkc, F E Titus and 10 deck. SHIPPiKC NOTES. The bktnc S N Castle Is discharging brl.sks at Bi ewer's wharf. Tin) bark J A King Is discharging lumber at the Fort street wharf. The bark UO Whituioie sailed to-day for the, Sound, The steamer J A Cummins old shaft was roplaeediby a new one this morning. The bktue Kllkltat, lias been shifted to the Fish Market, the will sill for the Sound on Sunday or Monday. The new passenger cars for the Oabu Railroad & Land Company are being landed from the bktnc W II Dimond this afternoon. The bark Ceylon, Capt It Calhoun, is at the Kiuau wharf receiving ballast. She will tail to-morrow for 1'oit Town send. The Pabala Mill will resume grinding about October 7th, and the Naalehu Plantation about November 1st. The stmr Pele arrived this morning from Kona, Hawnll, with 20 head cattle. The steamer W G Hall brought this morning lflUO bags sugar, 18-t bags awa, 1!) pkgs bides, 01 pkgs sundiies, 10 calves and 2 bags coffee. The Hawaiian steamship Australia sailed this noon for San Francisco with the following shipments: W G Irwin & Co, 5019 bags sugar; C Afong,1482 bags sugar; sundries: 11 boxes old types, 2 bags taro, 5lJ4 bnebs bananas, 1700 pes sugar cane, 11)50 bides, 8G!) skins and 43:12 bags riee. The cargo was estimat ed at (i'J,10l.l0. Auction sales to-morrow. BV J. F. MOItOAN. At 12 o'clock noon, at salesrooms, a collection of ancient Hawaiian stone implements, comprising adzes, sling stones, disks, polishing stones, poi pounders,pestIes anil mortars, hula stones, etc. SUPREME COURT-AT CHAMBERS. BEFORE PIIESTON, J. Fuiday, Sept. 27. In ro estate of Alexander Camp bell, deceased intestate. Adminis trator's final account and petition for discharge. Accounts referred to master for report. J. M. Monsar rat for adraministrator. A. J. Campbell, administrator in person. POLICE COURT Dick forfeited PROCEEDINGS. bail of 30 for drunkenness. Three Chinese charged with hay ing opium in possession, and threo natives and three Chinese charged with gaming, were all remanded. Kolohaua was fined $30, and Ho lokana $15, for assault and battery on Aiau at Ewa. At Lewiston, Pa., what is called "ajthundcrbolf'was found imbedded in a tree which had been shattered by lightning. It is egg shaped, three and one-half inches long, and of a metal so hard that a file does not affect it. A bill was lately introduced in tho Nebraska Legislature forbidding the "firing of any pistol, revolver, shot gun, rifle, or any firearms whatever on any public road or highway, ex cept to destroy some wild, ferocious and dangerous beast, or an officer in thedischargo of his duty." The news comes from Mannheim, on the Rhine, that two youths, each aged 10, have blown their brains out in a neighboring forest. They have done so because they were un able to endure the disgrace of fail ing to pass their examination. In tlMjm, then, education 1ms this re suit? to Buuject'tjie reuson to the passions to so work upon th'cir aiutytlon, vanity, and self-conce(t j."hat tie terror of hejpg thought lit tle of by the public ovoroarae the terrors of death. Is it education V The Misses Spiller, of Conway county, Ark., were preparing a chicken for a dinner when a mo9t unexpected event occurred. The chicken's hoad had been chop ped off, and the body was being scalded, when a ground rattlesnake crawled out of tlie crqp, urtccl Qijt its tonguo, and' speedily cleared the kitchen of Urn ladles. A iuae inem her of tlie family came In and killed, tlie Intruderi LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS. CmcKKT mulch to-morrow. A cottacik at l'alnma is to let. Mtt. C. O. Merger oilers for sale line Havana cigars. A nr.WAtti) is offered for the return of it largo brown dog. Tim It. M. S. Zralandiii is duo morrow fiom San Francisco. lo- Thk four Ministers were down on tlio whaif to sou tho Australia off. Mn. J. O. Carter left on the Aus tralia on business connected with tho house of Brewer & Co. The Tost Office despatched on the Australia tills noon, 4,001 letters, and 2,002 packnges of papers. . ! Hok. W. G. Irwin, who lias been confined to the bouse for several days through sickness, was out again to-day. It isrcpoitcd that Mr. C. Afong has sold a two-thirds interest in his plantations on Hawaii to Hon. Alex. Young. . - . ' Grkat preparations aro being mode at tho Hotel, for tho reception and ball this evening to Admiral Kinibor ly and Staff. The teachers of the Central Union Cliuich Sunday School will meet this evening, at 7:110 o'clock, in the church parlors. Am. banco cases for tho October term will bo in order for healing on Monday next, the 30th inst., com mencing at 10 a. m. 3'iie U. S. S. Nipsio is being lower ed from tho Marino Railway as we go to press, nnd a ciowd has gathered to see the operation. Tin: mate of tho bark Thor was crushed between the vessel and the wharf this morning. Ho was taken to the Queen's Hospital. The ancient Hawaiian stone im plements to be sold by Mr. J. F. Morgan at noon to-morrow, are now on exhibition at his salesrooms. Thrkr will be a bluo ribbon enter tainment at tho Y. M. C. A, Hall Satuiday evening. The programme will appear in to-morrow's issue. The Hawaiian band plays at the reception and dance this evening. The usual concert will be given at Emma Square, Saturday afternoon. List evening, a number of Mr. Carl Widcmann's friends gave him a dinner at tho Hawaiian Hotel. Mr. Widcmann is going to tho Colonies on the Zcalandia. Peteh Coerper,manager of the new Holualoa plantation, Kailua, Ha waii, and his father-in-law, Manuel Gouveia, have gone to San Francisco on business m connection with that enterprise. In the matter -of the estate of Ed ward Everett, trusteeship, Mr.Justice Dolo has ordered that the final ac count of Win. Foster be appioved, his resignation accepted, and lie bo discharged. Mr. Henry Smith Iuib been appointed under Jf-1000 bond. It having been stated that prison ers were occupied last week making bullets in the prion yard, Marshal Sopor was asked this morning if sucli was the case. The Marshal stated, that a quick firing gun had been placed in tho prison, and Jailor Staples had had some grape shot made for it. The following is the team that will probably represent Honolulu in tho cricket match to-morrow, against the Caroline and Espieglo team at Ma kiki : A. Hatfield, A. St. C. Piianaia, T. Lishman, It. Mossman, T. M. Starkey, A. M. Hcwett, Hay Wode hoiiBC, II. Wtinsey, R. L. Auerbaeh, H.M.Whitney, Jr., and E. B. Giffard. .. The Complimentary Concert at the Hawaiian Hotel last evening to Hon. Geo. W. Merrill and Mrs. Mer rill was a very successful affair. There was a largo attendance of their friends. Tho front of tho building was illuminated with colored lan terns. The band played finely, and one of tho selections at the end of tho programme was "Aloha Oe." . Theiie was not so largo a number of passengers departing on the Aus tralia as nsual. The wharf, though, was crowded with people to see her off. Tho Hawaiian band played se lections for half an hour previous to her departure, and as sho loft tho dock, Auld Lang Syne and tho American, French and Hawaiian national anthems wore rendered. The steamer left punctually at noon. Mn. J. J. Williams, tho photogra pher, has been notified through tho Foreign Office, that ho has been awarded a silver medal for liis photo graphic work at tho Paris exposition. Mr. Williams is certainly to bo con gratulated on his success. Scurcoly a mail passes but he receives let ters, which bear evidence that his photos and views sent abioad to fill oiders, are Jookeil. jtpon a,s par ex cellence. EVENTS THIS EVENING. Service St. Amlrow's Cathedral, at 7. Hawaiian Council No. G89 A. L. of IL, at 7:30. Drill Co. D Honolulu Rifle3, at 7:30. Reception and hall to Adinirql Kimbcrjy at t(c Hawaiian Hotel, ut 8':Hq. Pacific Degree Lodge Io. 1, I), of It., at 7:30. Meeting Teachers Central U'lion flunday School, nt 7:30. MASS MEETING. Itrnolntton UnaiilmotiHly PoshciI---C'ommlttco Appointed, I'.tc. Pursuant to published notices, and long before the hour predicted, people began to Hock from every di rection towards the Chincso Theatre, and nil the sitting room was taken up, both up and downstairs, neverthe less a great number were obliged to make use of their legs, occupying every standing space available around the spacious hall. Although the meeting was called for 7 o'clock, it did not open till 7:30, at which time Mr. J. E. Bush, promoter of tho movement, called the people to order, and an nounced the meeting opened for nominations for chairman. Amoug three or four names proposed Mr. Bush's name was seconded and he was unanimously elected chairman of the meeting, and Mr. J. Sheldon interpreter, but he did not have the occasion of acting as such, as the speakers interpreted their own speeches except Kaulukou, Hush interpreting for him. Before pro ceeding further, J. Kckipi of Ko liala was called to open the proceed ings with prayer. After which, Mr. Bush, thanking the audience for the position, begged them to help him in keeping the meeting in perfect order throughout, considering well the question in vogue as the only means of retaining the motto, "The commonwealth of the country is maintained iu righteousness." And after briefly stating tho object of the meeting, he proceeded some what as follows : To you, native Hawaiians, who can understand only one language, it is very hard for you to trace the scent of certain secrets, as in our language facts arc very slightly ex pressed, while in English know ledge of which fortunately I pos sess very short expressions con tain deep meaning. For some lime past I have labored hard to get to the facts ofniy suspicions, but only in the last two days have I been rewarded by my suspicions being more definitely confirmed. I have been informed, which I really be lieve to be true, that there was a document in the nature of a pro tectorate treaty placed before the King for his signature. After impressively urging upon the natives the effects of such move ment if carried out, he concluded his discourse by calling Mr. A. Rosa on the platform, who ascended it amid loud and prolonged applause. Mr.A. Rosa spoke substantially as follows: It is pleasing to hear Toices from every part of an as sembly welcoming a man to address them." After stating some facts re lating to the cause of assembling, he said that the proposed treaty was, in some particulars, very good"; but there were certain clauses which need paying great attention to. One of these clauses the speaker paiti cularly noticed was the one referring to the landing of arms he' could not remember the exact wording of the clause, but something to that ef fect to check any tumult or defend their people and interests in case of insurrection. Such a thing, the speaker thought, if carried out, will bring the independence of Hawaii to nought. He also stated that the intention of this proposed new treaty was the free admission of articles of merchandise from the United States, which, he thought, ir acceded to, would enable the wealthy people to import all their furniture ready made from the U. S., and thus de prive our mechanics of jobs. He seemed to think that this trouble was due to the unsuccessful attempts of Wilcox, who, the speaker be lieved, if educated cither in Hawaii nei or in America, would have waited for tho ballot box instead of fire-arms as a Frenchman or an Italian would have it. After assur ing the audience of the superior power contained in the ballot box over that of fire arms, lie retired with the same applause which wel comed him to the platform, and was immediately succeeded by Mr. J. L. Kaulukou, wlio spoke at length against adopting such a measure. He said that this propos ed treaty was a very good one, but as in any oilier case it has its evils. We, native Hawaiians, the speaker said, are not tho only ones to be af fected by this scheme, but the whites also. 1 do not say that all the whites are bad, neither are they all good. But, as in a flock of sheep you will find some black sheep among them, so it is with the whites among us to-day ; there is a black sheep among them, ami it is he who has gotten up this scheme. ("Who is he?" asked several voices from the audience.) The speaker satis fied them by coolly replying to find out for themselves, as accounts were often published in the newspapers. Oirlug to Mr. Kaulukou's length ened speech other intended speakers were deprived of their rights. But tho people had made up their injurs not IP g wai' without seeing a wjilte man on the platform. They insisted on .calling Hon. W. A. Kin ney to ascend the platform, and to hoar what tho whlto residents feel on the protectorate scheme. After a few minutes' delay tho lion, gen tleman ascended the platform amid loud cheers, and addressed the au dience in Hawaiian without inter pretation. H.e said, that he under stood tho c'hah'iiuni to, Im.yc said, that if there was any yliite man in, the hall who had the same fccliiujq as those of liuwalums, and was wishing to. express hs idea.s, he should come forward, ho waited, to see somebody else tnljo the oppor tunity, but failing lo ace' any, and as he did not like, to sec the meeting dispersed without the foreign resi dents being represented, ho seized the opportunity, so they saw him there. Ho coincided mostly with A. Rosa. He said that not only the Hawaiians were to be affected by this now treaty, but also the white rcsidonts of different nationalities, who resolved to make this country their home. After assuring the au dience of the sympathy with them of white residents in this matter he remarked that he himself was inquir ing into the fact of the matter; and only the day before he interviewed a member of the Cabinet on the matter, but little was given him to know, and he believed much has been reserved. Mr. Bush again appeared and hinted nt Kinney's romarks being water poured on the fire. Ho thought that they were enemies right alone but now he was con vinced of the fact that they were not. After reading the resolution for the second lime, it was unani mously passed, as follows: Wheueas Grave rumors aro cur rent that a proposition has been sub mitted to your Majesty containing clauses almost amounting to a pro tectorate by the United Stales Gov ernment, which rumors have se riously alarmed all loyal subjects of Hawaii ; Theuefoiie, Be it resolved that we, a large and representative body of your Majesty's loyal subjects in mass meeting assembled this 26th day of September, 1889, in the city of Honolulu, do hereby publicly and earnestly pray that Your Majesty will withhold Your Royal assent to any agreement, treaty or proposi tion which may affect the indepen dence and autonomy of Your Maj esty's Kingdom, and. further we your Majesty's loyal subjects hum bly pray that in tho event of any such treaty, arrangements or pro position being submitted, Your Maj esty would be graciously pleased, before any final decision is arrived at, to allow the feeling of the nation to bo expressed, through their duly elected representatives in Legisla ture assembled for that special pur pose. The following committee was ap pointed lo present the resolution to his Majesty: A.Rosa, (chairman), J. Kekipi, J. E. Bush, J. L. Kaulu kou, J. F. Colburn, W. C. Achi, J. A. Kahoouei.J. Kanui, A. N. Tripp, W. L. Ilolokahiki, G. Kunlaku, J. Pekclo, J. K. Kaunamano, J. Ka noelehua, and A. K. Kunuiakea. Notwithstanding the immense au dience, the meeting throughout was exceptionally peaceable and only the frequent applause of the most enthusiastic listeners which inter spersed the several speeches broke the assembly's silence. After the appointment of committee the meet ing adjourned. The committee was to present the resolution at 10 o'clock this morning. Shortly before eleven o'clock this morning, the Committee presented themselves) at the Palace, and were received by the King. Mr. A. Rosa made a few remarks to the King and then presented the resolutions. The King in reply said that though requests had been made to him, he had signed no document. JUST rcreived Celebrated Foochow Teas, direct from China; a splen. did assortment of line Teas: The Ha waiian Mixture, in H packages; Tho Rose Brand Tea, in lb packages, de lightfully fragrant; Bxtrn Superllne Black Tea, 10 lb boxes in bulk; First Crop 1889-1890 Congou, in 10 11 boxes, 0 packages to a pound; to be had o.ily of Uonsalves & Co , Honolulu. 802 I f NOTICE. "r EITHER tho captain nor tho agents IN of tlie British ship "Eskdale" will be refponslble for debts contracted by the crew without a written order. 302 3 1 NOTICE. PARTIES having Union Feed Co. Tablets, can have duplicato in sldos'by applying at the Company's olllce, corner Queen and Edinburgh streets. 3W lw NOTICE. M- R. ANTON VOGEfi 13 not In our employ anv morn after tbU date. JJ. HUKJ'SUJlliAEUKK. & UU. Honolulu, Aug. 21, 188'J. U35 lm NOTICE. DUIlINU my absence from tho King dom my son George Brims will act for mo lu all matters of btHnuan under f.ill power of attoniny. J. II. 11RUNS. Honolulu, Sept. 21, 18811. 58 lw FOIt SALE ANEW Wilcox & White Parlor Organ with el glit "stop, Suitable for bcIiooI or church. A flue Instru ment. Apply nt 67 Punchbowl street, opposite N. P. Mission Institute. 273 if lI.UIITKO.) CONTltACJTOIt'U Ol'KlUK, 1 Honolulu, Aujf. Sh lSj8t- JT The accounts of Mehjiis. SKINN.EII & CO, for the coustructum, equipment and maintenance, of the Tramway lino and wo.iU connected therewith will ho closed on tho 1st d.uy of October, 1831), All persons having claims against the cald firm, ar their ngcut under the aforu. said contract aro hereby notified lo pre. cent them at the above address on or before io said date, Any claims pre. scaled after tho Sih day of October will have to he forwarded to London. una lot QcBanic Steaislii Uomii'y. TI3IE TAItLIi: Arrivo at Honolulu: Zcalandia September 28 Australia October 18 Alameda Octobor 2G Australia November 15 Lcavo Honolulu: Australia '. ... .September 27 Mariposa October 19 Australia October 25 Zealandia November 10 Australia November 22 Alameda December 14 218 tf European Billiard Parlors. THE Handsomest Billiard Parlors in tho city, and lilted up In the most approved style. Four tables with all tho latest Improvsmcnts. J. P. BOWEN & CO., 270 tf , froprielors. Carriage For Sale Cheap. NBW Cnlunder Car. rlairu lust niilslmil Itntl tmnrlerminlv trtmrMml in nrsi ciiits Myic; imisi oe immediately soldtocloio an alignment. Applv to HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGKN13Y. COTTAGE CONTAINING 1 large and 2 small rooms, veramla with bath room, diuinc room and kitchen detached, on Kekaulikc street, opposite Hotel street. Kent $10 per month. Applv nt HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY. Cottage To Lot. ANEW one story Cottage on upper part of I.lliha street, contalnim; room1: nlcoly papered and painted, bath room, kitchen, nice lawn, shade trees, etc. Will be lented reasonable to a good tcu aut. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY. Speltevino. rpUE best remedy for X wounds, ulcers, gall's, proud llesh and boiesof every descrlp- Si -- tlon to persons or ani mals. Adopted by leading horse rail road, club and livery stables, etc., lu the United States aud elsewhere. We are prepared to prove this statement by testimonials aud leferences to plaurci's and liverymen In this Kingdom. Apnly to HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY Island Views. AI.AltGE assortment of 1 holographs and Stereoscopic Views of the most attractive scenery, buildings, etc, In thesj Ilands, for salu at reasonable pi ices. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY. Corner Foit and Mcichaut htieets. 2S0S tf THEQ. P. SEVERIN, View and Landscape Photographer. Makes a specialty of photographing residences, interiors, groups, decora tions and all kiuds of out and indoor views. Also, does printing and develop, ing for amateurs and others at the lowest rates. Satisfaction given and all ordcrB receive prompt attention. Views mounted in bookao order. Office; Corner of King and Alakca street. P.O. Box 02. MutualTelc. 259. 122 tf J. N. S. WILLIAMS. Engineer & Contractor, Is prepared to design and contract for all classct of Sugar Extraction Machi nery, Irrigating Machinery, Evaporat ing Apparatus, Vacuum I'ans, Engine of all kinds and for all purposes, Water Wheels, Water Coiuluit, I both pipes and lltime.s, Steam Bollora of various kinds, Railroad Material aud Boiling Btock, Etc , Etc. DIFFUSION MACH1NKHY, In all its branches a specialty. Plantations supplied with Chemical and Analytical Appiratus of the very best flpRnrinlinn In nrrlor 8 Uloso Bttcntlon pnid to all orders and satisfaction to tho purchaser gua. rantced. P. O. Box U80. Fort street, Honolulu. sept.0 80-ly "MARIN" Will staiid at service at lti'.coni) !2:22Jb, Sacramento, Sept. 13, 1887. PEDianEEi Marin was Micd by Quliiu's Patchen, he by Oeo. M, Pat. chen, Jr.; Marlu'adum by Emigrant, he by Billy MeCraQkch; Billy McOraokeu by McCracken's Black Hawk, 70?, (the sire of Lady Dooley, and of tlio dam of Overman, 2:l!UO. MoCracken'a Black Hawk, 7U7, by Vormnnl Black Hawk, 5; 2nd dam by Marshall1 Black Hawk, ho by Knston'g Black Hawk. The dam of QuInn'R Patchen by Stockbrhlgo Chief, he by Vermont Ulack Hawk, S. It. T. Carroll of Ban Kranohco, the former owner of Marin, vouches, that out of tliiriy-siv mares served by this horso during hU last seapon in Call, forula, Ihlrly.llvo proved with foal. I'AIJIi IC. IKKNllKKU, jly.39.30 y. 1 lw 1 liorouglibrcd Stalhou OPINIONS - OF ON New OF Free Equitable Life Assurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY. From the New Yohk Times, June 22, 1939. The Equitable Life Assurance Society has adopted a now form of policy which, like a bank draft, is a simple promise to pay without coutit-. ' lions on tho hack. From the Chicago Investioatok.1 Always on the alert, and ever anxious to give the public tho most advantageous contract in life insurance, the Equitable Life Assurance So ciety of New York has, in the past, made many advances on old methods, and has been the means to liberalize life assurance in a greater degree, perhaps, than any other organization. It is not nt all surprising, there fore, that this great company now comes before the people witli a now contract, the like of which has not before been known in life insurance. From the Kentucky Kkuistku, Ulehmond, Ky., .June i!3, 18SJ. The Equitable Life Assurance Society has, in the past, done more to create and maintain confidence in life assurance than any other company. Consequently its business is lnrger than that of any of its competitors. Furthermore, it has now taken a step which practically sweeps every ob jection of the character referred to out of the way. The result, undoubt edly, will be that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked confidence in life assurance, will examine the new policy offered by the Equitable, and assure their lives forthwith. ITrom the Boston Post.T, This company has done more than any other to simplify the assurance contract, and to maintain public confidence in life assurance. H'roiii the Pacific Unihuiwritkii, San Frauclsco, July 1, 188JI.J Tlio Equitable has already established a world-wide reputation For liberal dealings with its policy-holders nnd for its prompt settlement of all legitimate claims against it, and this new policy cannot fail to enhance ita reputation for enterprise and progressiveness in dealing with the subject of life assurance. S&f For full particulars call on ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT, General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands. 330 lm 101 FOOT STREET, UONOLUIiU. NEW GOODS JUST TO HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT OF Colgate (6 Co.'s Celebrated Perfumes & Toilet Soaps, Photographic Goods of All Kinds. WAItKANTED GENUINE & IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT. Fine Chemicals. Patent Medicines, Cigars. Cigarettes fc Tobaccos. The Ohi cago WITH Automatic Adding Attachment ! o This it, the only CASH REGISTER that has a Self-adding Attachment which shows the total amount of sales at any moment. BJ8 Everybody needs one and nobody can afford to be without one. 33G lm B. P. EHLEES & CO. JUST RECEIVED PER if n i nrnmTn nnnnnnm unTJiMu Laces Sc JEwiUroicleries, IN GREAT VARIETY at VERY LOW l'RIOES. o JB Dressmaking Department under the management of MISS CLARK. The Crandall TYPEWRITER Change of Type in 5 Seconds ! ' Writing In Plain Sight I Simple and Durable ! tST L'ftH and see sample machine at the HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., Ucncral A gouts for Hawaiian Itluids. nam - THE - PRESS THE Tontine Policy THE Gash Register C. O. BERGER, Solo Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands. S. S. "AUSTRALIA" FILTER PRESSES ! Paauiiau I'iantation, ) Hawaii, March 0, 1S68. ltUdou Iron A l.ororaotlvo Worka, Han Fi'uurlNro. Giisti.kukn: We have used two of your 30 Chambered Filter Preim till fi'iihon. They aio couvotiiciit, easily handled and are working entirely to our KntUfaetloti. lean recommend no lm pinvciiitMit on them. Very respectfully yours, (Signed) A. MOOKK, Manager I'aauhaii Plantation. Thrso I'ii'bsos aro made extra he try for high pressures, occupy a floor space II feet hy l fret, aud preseut a filtering surface of 240 squire leet. A limited number hi stock In Hono lulu and are-sold at very low prlcei. Rlsdoa Iron & Loco. Worki, San Francisco. fetT For particulars enquire of JOHN DYKR, Honolulu, Room No. i Spi-cekels Block. 2260 tf w. Q. Irwin & Co., Auent. MMulMMo & nUHTft .? t WX. ?AS . te&. 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