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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
Morgan'-. ltetort, liy "Ktitnii A" Curr.
All JnbWrv" I'nrr.
Knlili of Slave Trnilrn.
Out of Whole Cloth -Killtorlnl.
Thoy Want llawtiilntu, bv "Civil ltlglitV
1'enlli of an Anglican ltiihop.
Til Hill I'AHt.
lucnl ninl General items.
Foreign New and Ooslp.
Ai Others See It.
She JiniUi &hiUvtin.
1'lnllird to neither Srcl nor Party,
Hut EitablMrd for the lime fit of All.
TUESDAY, MAHOH 'JO. 18W.
Klsowhere will bo found a protest
against the proposed ile.il in sur
charged stamps. Tho Councils should
look well iuto tho matter before
parsing tho pending resolution.
An election of delegates to a con
stitutional convention i appointed
for May '2. The hardest electioneer
ing work will bo in drumming up
enough voters to make a respectable
bite out of tho legitimate electorate
of the country.
Occasionally a sneering remark
appears in print, hero ami abroad,
about the "march of civilization" in
Africa being marked by lire and car
nage. What the lire and carnage
clears out of the way i studiously
omitted in these comments. An item
in this issue, showing some of tho
enormous outrages of tho slave deal
ers, is convincing enough that thu
war against the Sofas is emphati
cally a clearing away of tho most
cruel barbarism. With that work
completod, civilization will certainly
occupy tho burned ground.
Moro than a weok has elapsed
since the publication of Chas. B.
Wilson's intelligent and forcible let
ter in favor of a storage instead of a
pumping system for extension of
the water works. Yet not a word is
heard from our contemporaries
which had previously boon some
what eagerly promoting a scheme to
sink more artesian wells and put on
additional pumping power. If they
or their correspondents cannot an
swer Mr. Wilson's arguments, they
should help the Government to
como to a decision for an increase of
reservoir capacity. Once completed
this system of extension would only
require a moderate outlay for re
pairs, while a pumping plant would
involve heavy expense every timo the
engine started. Then there is the
consideration of increased water
power, tho cheapest means of gener
ating electricity known to the world.
"As Others See It," heads an arti
cle to-day which contains a Mexican
journalist's views on football He
considers his countrymen's bull
fighting as not a patch on the Eng
lish game for barbarity. While
opinions widely diller on the moral
questions involved in football, it
cau hardly be doubted that some of
its worst features might be eliminat
ed by amendment of rules aud then
their strict enforcement. But there
is no question in the moral universe
that tho irregular sports of colleges
abound in atrocities equal to Ukim
of darkest Africa. Tho recent kill
iug of a poor negro woman, accom
panied by the putting iu great peril
of sooral lives of students, through
a fiendish practical "joke"- -and that
after a savage battle between two
clusses of students with more foul
play than would have happened iu
a light between rival tribes of an
cient Hawaii is something to give
one "that tired feeling" whenever
our boasted Wostoru civilization is
OUT OF WHOLE CLOTH.
Mr. Wilson iu yesterday's issue
made citations from the testimony
of Lieutenant Lucien Young before
the Senate committee. Such vigor
ous lying must take away tho breath
of people here who helped that offi
cer in his unremitting endeavors to
make a hero of himself. Lucien did
not try to make a fairly correct story
as a sotting for his slauders, but
decorated his romance with a few
unimportaut facts. These are giveu
not out of compliment to what may
once have been his conscience, but
as beads to relievo tho dull mono
tony of a whole web of lies. Lucien
Young's statement about the tjueou's
condition at prorogation is one of
the most atrocious calumnies over
published against her by the whole
school of her unscrupulous tradu
cers. Tho Queen did not drink.
Thorn is tho best of authority for
the statement that Young was not
spoken to by anyone accompanying
the Queen and was not presented to
hor iu tho Government building.
Lieut. Young gave a certain degree
of grim amusement to his acquain
tances hero while ho bored them
with autobiographical descriptions
of the most vorinlilu geniiu the
Uuited States over produced. His
fuud of stories about Lucien Youn'h
exploits in a hundred departments
' ai'tmty on behalf of humanity
ami tho ilovil, nbuttt slmn ami shnre
aliko, was simply iuoxlinuntiblo. His
intimacy with every public man of '"r':,
any account in the United States was ' . 1L H. J'nrkor v. J. Shaw; appeal
'..,. .,. . fro'" Honolulu District Court.
oueofthestronKestpo.uisuihisaulo. , Halc, for plaiulilT appellant; Attor
biographic recitals. By anybody who , nov-Oeuoral for defendant
knows Lucien Voting only middling In re estate of D. Elm: prolnto ap
well, any testimony ho might give lrol from J ud-je Cooper. Hart well
... 1 1 I I ! i for Kea et al: Magoon for Lizie, ap
on any subject would bo heavily dis-')0)nlf b ' '
eountetl. JJut that his fertilo im- Hawaiian Coininercial and Sttirar
ag.natum should have hit upon in-,
ibriation as a slander of the Queen I
shows that the man's shatueles-'ness
is simply grotesque. What is im
portant for us here to consider,
however, is that on such vile testi
mony as Lucien Young's the Senate
committee partly bacd its white
washing of the American representa
tives hero who, contrary to the con
stitution aud laws of their own coun
try and to international law, con
spired with a baud of residents to
destroy the Hawaiian nation. If
there is yet timo to counteract the
iulluonco of that report, which, by
the way, is studded with gross per
versions of tho facts of what is call
ed the revolution but was teally a
foreign conquest, means should be
taken to that end against the de
parture of the very first mail for
the Coat. So far as the lie that the
(jueeii was ilrunk at prorogation i
concerned, it is not too much to ask
that some of tho lending supporters
of tho Provisional (toverument, who
are fully aware that it is a lie. should
be manly, not to say magnanimous,
enough to contradict the vile slander.
Chief Justice .) udd was one of the
participants in the events of that
day near to the tjtieeu almost
throughout, aud it would be no
more than decent on his part tn
otTur a contradiction to the false
witness of Lucien Young.
They Want Hawniians.
Editoii Iti'Lurnx: -
Hawniians are in brisk demand
just now. It has apparently dawn
ed upon tho brilliant intellects of
the oligarchy that a sprinkling of
Hnwaiians would be a most desirn-
litit fiint urn in I hit t'lliwl ll lllintinl mm.
vention. The possibility or the star
chamber hoim in a liurrv to not n
-,:..: nil i- .. ....t.... I
.INIJIMMIUMI lib !
is an auitisinu
aud suspicious feature in itself, lint
why the kanaka should be now in
vited to take a hand in a constitu
tional convention after he has been
ignored in everything eUe bearing
tho brand of the P. It., proves that
there mut be an absolute nccesit
for his putting iu au nppeniance al
It would not surprie me iu the
loal if it had occurred to the great
ami pious men of the P. It., at the
eleventh hour instead of the first,
that Paul O 'Smith may plant and
Apollos de Brown may" water, but
unless Uncle Sam ami John Bull
and the several other patriarchs
shall endorse the conclusions, vh)
the whole conventional business
would prove a farce ami be laid
away on the same shelf as the
CliiueM persecution bill and the
Dangerous Persons or the "prove
your innocence" bill, and the .Se
dition Act aud other monuments to
the departing giant intellects of the
big Executive 1.
The P. (i. and its organs would
not s-o any danger to our treaty re
lations with I'nelo Sain, until our
I muscular relative, on whose bounty
we have suhMstcd, has at last taken
us by the collar and kicked us out of
doors. Is it possible that the P. (j.
are beginning to realize that iu their
proposed new constitutional conven
tion -without the natives -they will
be attempring the play of Hamlet
with the Prince of Denmark left out?
One thing is Mire, the Unvvaiiaus will
have nothing to do with the oli
garchy, aud Dr. Emerson and the
whole host of P. (1. paid and unpaid
canvassers who aie trying to worry
the native-, into endorsing the bogus
convention, can save their lime and
shoe leather. The Hawaiiaus will
probably be heard from iu their own
way iu due time. At present the P.
(J. can continue at the game of en
tertaining each other, aud their mu
tual admiration society can anscmhlc
weekly as usual, and the native is
not going to bo a hullor between the
Amoricau-Portiiguoso league and the
Chinese. W.O.Smith aud his col
leagues have called spirits from the
"vasty deep," and they have como at
their bidding. W. O. Smith has
only just begun to play his game of
marionettes, aud if the royalists will
but keep hands oil" for thu next two
months, the fun will prove to be
"fast ami furiou," always providing,
of course, that tho P. (J. "ghost" will
continue to walk, of which at the
present rate of private advancing b)
a certain niiinbor,of S.'HHH) per capita,
is altogether problematical.
"PorhnpH yuit would not thin It so.
but n vury Inrn roi(rlinn of dis
unsoH iu Now Vurk nuui'i from faro-
ll.'.HSIIL'MS allOUt Ctltl'llill I'lllll," rn'iyH
Dr. CyrtiH KiImiii. "Il Hhin-h ti Hiin
plo thitif,' ninl so coniiiKiii that vor.v
Imv piiojiUi, liiilonn it it, a caso of
puutiiuonia, pay any attnuliou lo a
colli. Nnvv Vorluhoiinof tlm Imalthi- I vi
tist plai'tiH on (Im Atlaulii' Coait anil '
fnXouuluniXiutu!. A, Victor's Phonograph Parlor
ill many rasi
pi ion which
llutir origin iu this neu'h'ct of tin
HimploKt procatitiou of ovury clay lift.
Tlit most Honsibh, atlviui) ix, wlinu
you liavo ono got lid of it as mmiii in
iiussihlo. liy all niuaus do not iicl'
Ii'cL it." Dr. IMh.ni ilo.-H not toll
von how to euro a rolil but vvu will.
Talio (.'hainlMirlain's Cough Koiucdy.
1 1 will rulinvt) tlit) hum, "'! nxpi't'
toration, upon t In nt'crotioiix and
Mix in olfocl a ptiriuaUDiit uurn. 'St
nuil Ml L'tmt botlloH for italo by all
ilnulnrM. Hoiihou, .Smith A; Co.,
aynutH for tho Hawaiian Islunds
Arguments on Appoal Expenses of
Following is a con'inuntion of
proceedings before the Supromo
Co. vs. ttnihtmu htu-ar to; appeal ,
!;;t'r,;,;or partition, ilntoh for (
plaintiff; Hartwell and (J. V. Ash-
J.... i r ... .i.. i... n.... t..
IMIll Mil Ul'll'imillll-fllflH'lltllll. 1U ... . I . , ,-
this ono .ludge Whiting sat with . Y" Were V'Wi T f ?" "til
Chief Justice .ludd and .lustico 'l,ns" a.ml rabbit hunt in Smith
Bickerlon, in nlaeo of .Justice Trear. ,,0l,nt'' knn" dy lately,
disqualified from having been of ! Many Clunoso in Now York havo
counsel I discarded tho laundry business aud
A. doSouzaCanavarro.CoiHiil for developed into morchants. The
Portugal, petitions that Augustus Oriental goods aro popular in tho
Marques be appointed administrator metropolis.
of tho estate of Autoni i Mouteiro, ( Hevengo -Tuttor Is Miss Nub
intestnte, deceased. The estate con- . bins in? Servant No, sir; sho's
sists of a lot of laud, corner of Met- gone out walking with another young
calf aud Bingham streets, valued at j man. Tutter -All right. Toll hor
?li0. , I camo in a carriage
following is trio summary of ex-
Thau cure, and those who am sub
ject to rheumatism can prevent at
tacks by Keeping the blood pure and
free from tho acid which causes the
disease. You can rely upon Hood's
Sarsaparilla as n romi-dy for rheu
mat ism and catarrh, also for every
form of scrofula, salt rheum, boils
and other diseases' caused by impure
blood. It tones and vitalizes the
Hood's I'ills are easy and gentle
in eu"oct. j
Pittsburg is very h ippy over tho
arrival of a heavy cargo of molasses
, by steamer direct from New Orleans, :
; thu first on record. Heretofore the t
l rule has been to break cargo at Cm
j eiuuati and rcsliip.
By Lowla J. Lovoy.
SUGAR STOCKS AT AUCTION !
' o AVUDXHSDA Y, Miir. 21
AT l-.' OVU1CK Sous.
AT MY SALKSROOM
I HIM. Mtl.l. VT ITItl.lr VI riHN
4 Shares Ewa Plantation Co.,
8 Shares Mikawell riantitlon Co.,
I'.ir Value m.
FOR SALE AT AUCTION.
On FRIDAY. March 'J:W,
AT I'.' OT.ijHC NOON,
AT lY SA.XjB3SK.OOL4.
I Ull.l "Kl.l. VT I'l lll.ll AltTICI.S
One Gray Stallion,
mx vi-nriiM wclHliltiL- II tllli-., xmii'l,
gentle ami partly liroken tn liur-
lie itml fiiiIiIIc.
I4k Out of Inii.orteil "MnriJiin''
i.v 'l.ltllc Wain," l nM hy "Mull
liv "Utile Want." ulit"! hv "Muiuiri'li"
ninl Imported In I'liehanl of Ciiliforuliv
inmi r nun ii. rn miupini inr nuieii pur-
GOOD FRIDAY, MARCH 23d,
lite Ire Cream Parlors.
Y Kirxt li-Mu
.' oVImtk v. si.
of Hot i'ium, Itiuii. at
I nun r lintel iiml Hi tliel xtriotr.
You will lliel all of the l.alot M'IitiIiiii
Iii Km-tern MuMr- MniK". Ilrni". llaiiiN, iir-elie-t
a, l nriiut uiel Xyliiiliniie Snln We
IiImj lllitke ii ..iriall) iif NlttlVJ Miivr,
New llccords Hicclved by Kvery Steamer.
tW l'"ll I foriet the illli it " 'l' l"ll '
imr tile iiiee, uiilv .. ei IH eaeli -eleellnli.
'' ii 1 1
All kind tJ Ctniuiirniiil J'rinllnii
promptly rxniittrtt nt law rulri nt thr
." ' .'':." " "j bird. Sue Wliy do you uso such
U,,.rl! -Wdiwili, Kauai, returned , laKj Ho isn't a bird, for ho has
v H' U,-.,.V lr"rv'N cl,,rlt! ""wlVVn1 ",i,''t'r wlnB8 "or feathers. He- No,
I Jury, fill fiwwi jury, dl I Bpj i,ul , 109 l,ill.vrf ym l'r,,.
Court olllcials, SI2(!.20; total, S7i:i.7U. , . .
... J . . i II IK.lll al - .
Provontion Is Butter
FOREIGN NEWS AND GOSSIP.
A plain woman needs to know
how to talk well. A pretty woman
doesn't need to say a word.
"Isn't Baggs 0110 of tho first set
tlors!" "No; hasn't sottled In six
mouths." Atlanta Constitution.
A gold nuggot weighing 150
pounds has boon found on tho Cam-
pion property at Breckinridgo, Col.
A hypocrite fools hotter satisfied
with himself overy timo he sees a
good man make a misstep. Ham's
AoenrdiiiL' to Secrntarv Carlisln
1 ii... . i.. T.r i't.,1, . if... tr.,:i.,.l
ytn,c, fV&Y&TiB for tho expenses of
,,r0secutions since 187fi.
Five wolves and two tons of rab.
a Bird -He That iras man is a
Roman Catholic Cathedral.
HOLT WEEK SERVICES.
Maundy Thursday 7 a. m., Pon
tifical Mass; t p. m., Washing of tho
feet; 7 p. :u., native sermon; 8 p. in.,
Good Frida 5( a. m., Service ami
Adoration of the Cros; '! p. m., Sta
tions of tho Cross; 7 p. in., Stations
for the Portuguese; S p. in.. English
Holy Saturday -7 a. m., Servico
and High Mass.
Easter Sunday Masses as usual.
We have just rccoivwl an
other cargo of liny and Grain
by the "Irmgui'd," personally
Koleeted by our manager in
California ; and an we buy
the best, a word to the wine
's s,,IHl,e,,l IVoinpt delivery.
California Feed Co.
Oi-Tiei:: Corner Qtit't-n
:md Xiumnii Htrcots. lioth
W'AitKitorsK : King at root
near O. It. & L. Co.'h Depot.
Both Telephones 53.
liy Jaa. F. Morgan.
- - uK -
IU or.t.rof Mi:. tlKO. K. IIO.VitOMAN. 1
will -H at I'iiIiIIo Auction, at my
huii'Toom, IJui'vii street,
On Tl'KSDAY, March '21,
AT IJ O'CLOCK NOON,
The Following City Residences:
ItESIDKNCK OX COKXEIl OF
WIUJCII AVENUE AND KA
I'll) LAN I ST 11 BIST,
lnO fiwi ii" Wllilcr Avenue ninl ItXi feel
on Ktiplniaiii itrtt't. I.urye 1'urlor, DIiiIhk
mom, Tho lleilroimis, Until ami rilore
Itnom, I'aniiy, Kitchen. Out titulilei, etc.
) Inii4t I- m r.nily (milt mii In i in). I repair.
Kxci'lleni view of tint city ninl -ea.
I'KUMISES ON BEUETAN1A
Ail.i .iiiniU the ruxlilt'iiet' of Mr. i'etrle, HI
feel mi lleretnnla xtreet. I.umu 1'urlor.
'Iu i I rout lliiilrooms, Two riiiaru lleil-
riii.in-, lliiiiiiitroom. Kltuliun, llatlironm,
mtv-iiiIh' OnarU'rii, etv., lc.
Ili-lilK for '.'A
CHEMISES ON KINAU STHEET,
' At iireicnt (M'i'ii)iluil hy Win. Wii?niir,
, rmntajje of 81 feet on Kiiiiiuiitrcvt. Itullil-
nit; in Moon lujiuir. i oiiiiiiiim i.urne iiirior
a el I'inIiiltikjiii, Two harn llt'ilroomu,
lit ntr . Kitchen, llutli,8tnlihiuinl 1'itrriiiK"
llmi-e KentH for $t jiur moiuii
Thu uliovt hII Detlntlilo City Iteii-
at tiri'Mint under rental, otter a
verv il.ihlntlilo c'liaiiei' lor Investment ortlie
imreha-o of un luiiruvcil ri'Nlilt'iii'u.
1 I'urther partliuliirs ean lie Iiml of
Jaa. V. lorgan,
HYtlltllKIt OK Mil. M. It. Ctli.lllMlN.
mi I pursuant to the prnvl-lons of
I i mi I til
'iiaoler It, r
iv I'ul.lli) Al
lillllll'l O. hUHMlOll 1.HWN or i
irnnlmi l.itWH of IftlfJ. I will cell
iintlim. fur iiei'oittit of whom II
niii.v eiiiicurn, at my riiilitiroom. thieuii
I.i..:... II......I,.!.. ., UI'I'llllllAV
, Miiri-li !
.'I, !l, lit I'.' o'llloeK IHMItl, U.SK MnlM.
furmerly the provrty of W c, Ai'hls iln
fmtll lillVillK heeii liin.lt hy ""I'l Anlll ill
Iiih nlilluiitlmiH illnlur the provUlniu ol the
i J AH. K. MOIKIAN,
1 Honolulu, Murch U, lhil, U77 S
"i'VVIi iifiiirii..... ... ..... ........ .
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'll '
Saturday, March 17, 18 W. !
While the news received bv
the "Alameda" may not be
favorable to the suirar planters
and consatjuontiy to evury j
resident of the Hawaiian Isl- j
ands it is not of a character
that should cause serious
alarm. After calm considera-'
tion it is difficult to find where-!
in the sugar planter will be '
worse off after the treaty is
discontinued than he has been
since the McKinley Hill became !
a law. When the duty was
taken off sugar in the United 1
States the price of that article ,
dropped out of sight and our j
planters received a blow by '
being placed on the same level
as those in other foreign coun
tries; the putting on of a duty
and the abrogation of the treaty
with Hawaii does not alter their
position in any respect provid
ed the price of sugar advances i
to tne extent ol tlie duty.
It is probable that the cost
of producing sugar in Cuba ,
does not differ materially from
that of this country, and there is ;
no way that it can be reduced. '
It is reasonable to believe that I
if the price of an article is re- i
duced by abolishing a tariff,
the opposite must be the re- I
suit if one is imposed. j
For months the people here !
I have understood that the duty ,
would be imposed and the !
bounty discontinued. Some
people considered the prob
abilities of the discontinuance
of the treaty, but a majority of
them did not, they looked only 1
at the "duty on" and content- '
plated the profits with the '
treaty still in force. To those j
people the news by the Ala '
meda had the most depressing '
The question will be asked. .
"If it is in the power of the
trust to advance the price ol i
sugar, alter the duty ii impos
ed, why has it not done so
since the passage of the Mc
Kinley bill?" There are several
answers to the question but
one, perhaps, will suffice. The
trust, while not posing as a
benevolent institution, may be
considered an American one,
and will naturally protect
American industries when its
purse is not touched. Ger
many comes next to the United
States in its sugar production,
and its planters are subsidized
as are those of the United
States; the low price of sugar
made it undesirable for foreign
producers to compete. If one
Congress saw fit not to protect
its planters through the tariff,
the trust, which must be consid
ered an interested party, did so
by manipulating prices. Under
the Wilson bill with the Senate
changes the American planter
is protected to a certain ex
tent, but the beiu fits he will
derive will not be equal to
those under the McKinle)
bounty clause. If the trust
kept the price down to benefit
the American producer, the in
crease of a cent a pound on
the foreign product will place
him in the same position as
under the McKinley law. Il
the present low price is main
tamed the Louisiana planter
suffers, because he is out two
cents a pound bounty and he
gets no more for his product.
Hut the tariff laws uf the
United Slates will have no ef
fect upon an article like the
Jones Fence. Its quality will
be maintained and every con
sumer will be as well satisfied
as Mr. Monsarrat, who says:
kAI'VI'tl V II VM II,
K A I , II Ml.
Mil. I'.. It. lli'.Mnir, Milliliter Hawaiian
llitnlwure ('.. Honolulu.
Hi il r Sir
I IliiV'u llM ei'iuiil! l.'il i-oiiie tlirei mile
of the 'Joliei. I.o !, I'eiue" ninl iiiu.-t a
that lain veiv inneli ile.ii. with u, in
(net it Is tin fenee for a i.ile'h. i Inul n.ioiil
ti lililetneoliMruet over "i.ilinelioe," w here
It wits nenn.v liiiionilile to (Ji-I n ip-I ilow'ii
ami foljllil, in till-, rn -i e-icel.nh , tin
Jones Kenee wna uiii -.ivnm of l.ihor.
There lire ilaee hi tin- fenee wlnie the
Mi,t a lit at In it i.ileet a arl, the -piee be
tween tllleil in with M.i. I heie i- no hik
to It ami it U as -prlii) nu woe maitie--.
I iiiii eoiilliluiil tli. i' it w ill I urn .miniary
I have -oine Iwoilielii half Hole, inure
tn eoiftriiet over a eiiinii wliere nil. I
eullui are veij pleni nil', mel' i 'ill a-ii
llllH llllill rpilie til' I' t (here will Wiile
vim further. Ilii wiliiirn tin iim I, ,,n
till- tun of the l.nel uiel ain eniillili in
It will, oii can n -i a un. I ili.u it will
turn iini't un.v lluiii! e a lava lluw.
Ver tiuh mi I-.
Hawaiian Uarilwaiii Co., L'd
Oiioltf biircoki'lii' llloul.,
H07 KOKT STW.EIOT.
TEMPLE OF FA8HI0
Corner Fort & Hotel Streets.
J UEG TO IX FORM
THAT I WILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH.
ci BIG INDUCEMENTS
AVill be offered to the Public and it will pay you to trade ut
the "TEMPLE OF FASHION."
... I AM OFFERING NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric and Flanette Waists
Elegant AHsortnifnt of Colors at 20 Centb Eaeh.
Just Received by last "AtiHtnilin" n Large Stock of
To be hold for o.vic wkkk only nl 10c, 12ie., Uc. and lG.Jc.
per yard. Cioodn worth 25rj. a yard.
. . 2 6 O FIEOBS..
In 10-yard lengths, reduced from $1.00 to 75 cants.
Corner Port and ilotol Sts., .... Honoluln, H. I.
The Drug- Uusinchs heretofore carried by Hol
lisler A; Co. has been incorporated under the
name of the ......
Having the largcnt and most complete stock iu
our hue we are prepared to offer our customers
I he bet goods at the lowest prices.
HOLLISTEH DRUG CO., j
l i :m: I T E ID )
R??R Tnovt. Rtvot., - TTon.olu.lia, H.
National Cane Shreddei
I'AIKNTKIt I'Mtlllt T1IK I.AWH OF I'lIK HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.)
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miiK ir.NDKUsiaNKi) iiavk iikkn Ai'i'oiNTKD.sm.j: agi:nts fou
ilti'M SiiiiHiiin;iirt ittiii mi' now irniiitt'il tit rcct'lve otiltirh.
Tin' Kifitt uilviiniiiui-H in Iir dirivi'il frniii tin tit) tf ilto National (!ank
muii;jiiiku inr 1 1 1 t 1 1 ( 14 1 1 1 y I'ntiililMii'tl itml iuiknnvvlt(li;i'il hy I'IiiuIith
Tlic litru'n nutiilinr uf I'l. inter- imiiih tln'in in tlin Uniti'il Stuli's, Otilm,
rj;i'iiliiii' Uttnililii', IVru, AiiKlr.ili .uttl I'l-fwlieni, lii-.tr wiIiii'kh tt tlto
Tho iimi nf thu .SintciiiiKit vit.v littunly iiiiKincitlh tint (iiiuititv of ciinu
iltf null fun (,'riinl CSi in .10 ), uImi il c uxlritutinii of jnico (ft to I'l,).
II ii- n Kiv'.tl iih'Kii'iiil, iii.ikinu kiiuwn at unci) (hi in'Nunuu of ivny
liii'ci'i nf iron, hlitko from Cllt, or uiiytliiny vvhii'h vvotilil Iniliuhlit to iIuiuhku
thu mill, ninl iilliiwiiii; nniili time lo ii'iuuvu miiiiu hoforn (ImnaKii)K tint mill.
Tho Siii(i:niii;it i very i-tmn'y tiiinlc, uml fi'in tin- nuiiiiicr nf it m opfrii-
lion it mil. in- iciite ihf.-it ii uf ivnnil or iron without often lueiking thu
Siiiii.iuiKit ; iiml if imviliin' hrt.tK , it i hiniily miiiiu uf the kiiive or cttttcrH,
vvhii'h r.ui he iiiR'kly .mil ei'iiiiumii'iilly icpl.tceil. The Siiiii:i))i:u, iih Hh
nmiie inilieuti'N, teurr Hie en ne into hhreiU nf v.irviiiK hini.Mh'', ii'ifcetly upnti
ittK il uml ulliiuiiii; tin mill to thurntilily jh'ith out the jiiietc vvitliiml ro
iinnin; the imiitmiM' etlru puwer neeersiry In t,ntiil or urtirli tito vvholt
e.tiii'. The Sunt. illicit HprentU the ."hreihh'il eniie nnifuimly mill evenly In
the mill tulU, unil doer away with the neeri-Hly of bpreailin thu Ilikuvcu hy
iiiilnl helvvein the uiill.s, vvhete ti i inilinj; j in lice. No grimier itiiioiinl of
hniler eapaiiiiy ih niniieil in upetute I lit' MIIii;iiim:k tlinn tlmt winch vva
Kiillleient f.ir the mill, fur tin uliiive le.iruiii', We fiirnifh full working
ilravvmK fur tin iin-l.tlliiliuii nl uur Slliii-.jiUDlif., oiinliliiiK .my eunipetunt en
Kllieer tn Mil efM-flllly IliMull nllli rliul thlUII.'
III ulilertllK SlIKKIHII l(N ftuitl llh, pleilM' M'llll Hllilll hkcU'll, h"VV1IIK tilt'
ill. urn ler .mil u nit It ul ihn null iuIIk with vvhirh Sniii.iint:n i tn heennneetetl,.
al". tin Mile (eilhei iiglll oi Ii (t liulitl u yon f.iue l' ,n lively nile nf I Im
mill;, upon vvhii'h the mill eiiKim1 i Inenleil, uImi the height fium limn line
in c nit i uf limit mill lull M'ntfi, mnl iliMiuice eenter thix r-liaft tu front end
ol ImiI plate. TiiiM- MiiiKiiin.iii' un nutv hi inn ii-iil hy the II iln Snunr t-'o.
.mil ll.itvi Mill. Kuhalii, vvhun liny me kiviiik Kr'"l Mtllffaeliuii.
0ST I'rteiH ami fnnhii p.iilniilii- m.iy he hail h applying lo
VO! 1 1
Drug Co., L'd.
G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
i' .lnill fm Hit minium imni,