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The Hawaiian gazette. [volume] (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, August 23, 1887, Image 9

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COMMERCIAL
1WXOLCLU AVGUST2S 1SS7
The situation as recards business remains
very much the same as during the previous
vreek if anything trade is quieter The
coasting trade is maintained mostly by car
rying supplies to the plantations The sugar
cargoes from the islands are becoming light
and will probably continue so until the new
crop will begin to move
K G Dunn Co have issued a circular
showing the business failures for the first
half of the year 1SS7 compared with the
Bimilareriods in 1SSG and 1SS5 The total
number of failures iu the United States
during the past sis months were 4912 with
liabilities amounting to jT13S092 against
515C failures and 50434460 liabilities for
18SG and C004 failures and 74722355 lia
bilities for 1S85 It will be seen by the fore
going figures that dnring the past six months
thi failures indicate a decline of 244 while
this is a jaarked decrease the liabilities show
a slight increase
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
PORT OF HONOLULU
Arrivals
Mon dat August 5th
HUMS Wild Swan Coquimbo
Br bk Velocity Hongkong
Am bktne Planter San Francisco
Schr Waiehu Waialua
Tuesday August 16th
Stmr J A Cummins Waimanalo
Schr Mary E Foster Waimea
Schr AVailele Koloa
Wednesday August 17th
Schr Kob Hoy Koolau
Stmr Waimanalo Waianae and Waialua
Stmr Ewa Ewa
Thursday August ISth
Am bk Sarah S llidgway NewcastleNSW
Feiday August 19th
Stmr Lehua from Molokai
Stmr Waialeale Kapaa
Stmr C R Bishop Waianae
Schr Emma Kauai
Satukday August 20th
Stmr las Makee Kauai Z wCfcEi
Stmr Kiuau Marine Uailway Honolulu
Stmr Ewa Ewa
Schr Leahi Hanalei
Schr Kob Koy Ewa
Sunday August 21st
Stmr Kilauea Hon Hawaii
Stmr LiUelike Hawaii and Maui
Stmr Mikahala Kauai
Schr Moiwahine Hawaii
Schr Haleakala Hawaii
Scbr Waiehu Waialua
Schr Waioli Kuau
Departures
Monday Aug 15
Stmr Waialeale Kauai
Stmr LiUelike Maui and Hawaii
StmrLehua Molokai
Stmr Kilauea Hon Hawaii
Stmr Waimanalo Waianae and Waialua
Stmr J A Cumraius Waimanalo
Schr Caterina Hanalei
Schr Rainbow Koolau
Schr Sarah and Eliza Koolau
Tuesday August 16th
Stmr AVG Hall Mauai and Hawaii
Stmr Mikahala Kauai
Stmr Iwalaui Labaina
Schr Moiwahine Hamakua
Schr Kinlilua Koloa Kauai
Schr Kob Roy Ewa
Schr Leahi Hanalei
Schr Waioli Kuau
Wednesday August 17th
Bktne S N Castle San Francisco
Stmr Jas Makee Hanamaulu
Schr Waiehu Waialua
Schr Canute Humboldt Bay
Thubsday August 18th
Stmr Waimanalo Waianae and Waialua
Schr Mary E Foster Hanamaulu
Schr Wailele Koloa
Schr Kob Koy Koolau
Schr Luka Hawaii
Fhiday August 19th
Schr Heeia Waianae
Satubday August 20th
Stmr Jas Makee Kapaa
Schr Mile Morris Koolau
PASSENGERS
DEPABTUBES
Per Likelike for Maui and Hawaii Aug 15
Bro Oliver Bro Albert Bro Francis Bro Ber
tram Bro Arseasus Bro Xavier Bro Gul
stein Bro Joseph Bro Thomas Bro Bona
ventura Mrs Gilman W J Wright Wong
Yick Wm Purdy Mrs Mary Ros3 Miss Katie
Koss C Cplville N Wilfong
Per Lehua for Molokai Aug -15 Mrs
Henry Van Giesen P J Brown
Per W G Hall for Maui and Hawaii Aug
10 Major Corawell Rev A O Forbes D If
Kahmu J McGuire Father Victor Father
Celestiue J C Searle aud wife J DeFreis A
Kuhia Mrs Fisher Mrs Dudoit J D Paris F
Jaeger A H Head and son A Kalama and
wife J Malia and sibter Lam Chock and 100
deck
Per Mikahala for Kauai Aug 1G Mahoe
FatherEmerson Mrs Fountaiu 3 children
Father Leonore Father LeBaire H F Glade
wife and family G C Long Ah Sing and
about 75 deck
Per Iwalaui for Lihaina Aug 16 Father
Paine D R Vida J M Monsarrat R AMacfie
and 25 deck
Per SN Castle for San Francisco Aug 17
Miss Helen Lewis L Way wife 2 children
Mis3 Turner Miss Manross Rev Mr Whalley
wife and child Paul Hammil A Hammer
AEBIYAIS
Per bktne Planter from Sau Francisco
Aug 15 W Leaman and Mr Smith
Per stmr C R Bishop from Waianae Aug
19 Gov Dominis Princess Liliuokalani
Hon H A Wideiuann Mrs Brown Mrs Wil
son Dr Brodie and wife Mr and Miss Dick
son H W SchmidtF E Atwater J D Holt
J F Colburn Mrs Pierce and 25 deck
Per steamer Jas Makee from Kauai Aug
20 A S Wiicox
Per steamer Lehua from Molokai Aug
19 Mr and Mrs Charles Lucas aud child
and 15 deck
Per steamer Mikahala from Kauai Aug
21 Hon P Isenberg W H Purvis K R G
Wallace F Turner Miss M Alexander Mrs
Fredenberg Miss Fredenberg Kev Father
Leonore S N Haaheo A H Smith W H
Wright G K Wilcox E Muller F B Duff G
Frehls Mrs Hiller V L Holokahiki W E
Kowell R C Acerbach G E Thrum and 40
deck
Shipping
The Mary E Foter brought 94S bags of
sugar aud 350 bags of paddy
The bktue Planter Captain Wm K Perri
man came into port Monday evening She
brought a cargo of miscellaneous merchan
dise
The British ship Star of Scotia from San
Francisco to Queenstown was wrecked on
the Falkland Islands Part of the crew was
saved The Star of Scotia was air iron ship
999 tons and was loaded with wheat
The schr Canute Captain Louis Siegeur
sailed for Humboldt Bay on Wednesday
She took 50 bags rice 5000 lbs val 19250
10 bbls molasses 300 gals val fc40 100
bunches bananas val r0 and 23 bags sugar
2300 lbs val 10S50 Total value f 39100
The bark Sarah S Ridgway Captain Town
send arrived Thursday from Newcastle Nb
W after a voyage of 46 days Reports head
winds and calms nearly all the way Was
becalmed off the island of Hawaii four days
She brought 1111 tons coal for Wilder Co
The British bark Velocity Captain R Mar-
fin arrived from Hong Kong Monday night
after a passage of 55 days Reports rainy
weather passing Japan and fine weather the
rest of the voyage She brings 23 Chinese
passengers all of whom had good health the
entire voyage She brought from 800 to 900
tons measurement of Chinese merchandise
The brigantine Wra G Irwin Capt Mo
Oulloch took hence to San Francisco Aug
13 a miscellaneous cargo of foreign pro
duce valued at 10933 and domestic produce
valued at S2S774S3 made np of 12 jpkgs
ELJSmH Sfeitn value S200 100 bbis and 50
uuucv - ti
AT CHAHBEBSBUFOBE TOESTON
Per W G Hall from Hawaii August 12 J a considerable number were natives
nlnn Qlll
half bbls whiskey w Rauous v
COO 63 empty kegs value 63 12 empty
l In 5TX1
irhJ naps sunar iu
lbs value 1012833 2S9 pkgs molasses 12
590 gallons value S2000 415S bags rice
ilk ihs value 166460 Total sugar
107 tous 432 lbs Total cargo value -75783
The bktne S N Castle Capt Hubbard
sailed for San Francisco Aug lth taking
12 passengers and a cargo consisting of 1A
bags sugar 171200 lbs val 73105- shipped
by Castle Cooke 5914 bags sugar G0345u
lbs val 2346804 by F A Schacfer Opj
1845 bags do 224500 lbs val S0S240 by
C Brewer Co 2412 do 260445 lbs val
S107S903 by T H Davies Co 4240 bags
rice 424000 lbs val 1856723 by M S Grin
baumCo 110 bbls molasses 3080 gals
val 36960 by L H Hubbard 100 do 2S00
gallons by J H Brans 500 bunches ba
nanas val 250 by Macfarlane Co 1 ca6e
tinware transhipped by Castle Cooke
Total cargo valued at 6976719
BORN-
In this city August 22d
Geo L Desha a sou
to the wife of
DIED-
W1LHELM At Hilo August 13th G
Wilhelm aged 59 years 10 months and 17
days a resident of Hilo for the past seven
teen years
Tho Notley Rattoon Plow
This plow consists of three plows so ar
ranged that that the whole spaee between
the cane rows is turned over by passing once
in tho row the two outside plows throw a
light coating of soil on the stools aud center
plow which is a duube uiould board throws
the soil toward the cine row thus slightly
hilling the row From three to four animals
are required to draw it and in good ground
it will plow tea acres a day one man being
sufficient to drive and tend the plow This
plow is now iu successful operation on tho
Hamakua Plantitiui Hawaii and can be
seen by anyone so desiring I feel satisfied
that the plainer have only to know the
merits of this implement to adopt it A
Lidgate
A Requested Correction-
Dr Tucker has taken the earliest possible
opportunity of publicly contradicting the
following remark attributed to him in the
Bulletins report of the Reform Convention
viz that he thought that of tho two Mr
W O Smith was far ahead of Mr W II
Castle The Doctor asserts that ho said
nothing of the kind but advocated both
names in tho plural without distinction or
comparison Our reporters notes show that
another speaker expressed tho view in ques
tion but in transcribing thorn it was deemed
best to modify tho expression is th8 speak
ers were all difficult to take on tho stage
and might easily have been misrepresented
many times
Tho Call to Dr- Bockwitli
At the meeting of the Bethel aud Fort
Street congregations August 17th a letter
was read from Dr Beckwith in answer to the
communication addressed to him somo time
ago by them intimating their purpose after
the union of tho two bodies to present him
with a call The reverend gentleman in his
letter cordially thanked the members of the
two churches named for their expression of
confidence towards himself and SAid that so
far as he was personally concerned he was
willing to accept their call but could not de
finitely do so until after conferring with the
Church of which ho is pastor in San Fran
cisco and also with the members of his own
family
Snpromo Court
-HABEAS
COBPUS
Fbiday August 19th
Julio Patricio a prisoner appeared in
charge of the Marshal under n writ of habeas
corims issued on the 16th Mr V V Ash
ford appeared as counsel for the prisoner and
the Attorney General C W Ashford coun
sel for the Marshal
The District Justice of Waianae Mr J P
Kanea by whom the prisoner had been com
mitted was interrogated by counsel Mr
Henry Smith acting interpreter In answer
to the question by what law he had found
the prisoner guilty he said under chapter 56
of 1886 Statute of 1882 section No 23
The Court reminds the District Justice
that he could only fine the prisoner for the
first offense that chapter 56 makes no pro
vision for pnnishment of tho offense of sell
ing liquor only for carrying about and of
fering for sale
The Court orders the prisoner discharged
from custody explaining that he had been
illegally sentenced
A Now Building
Tho contract for the erection of a fine
building on Hotel street on what is known
as the C Brewer estate has been taken by
Mr George Lucas Five tenders wore in of
which Mr Lucas was the lowest Tho plans
of the proponed building were exhibited to a
Gazette representative yesterday As out
lined on paper the building will present a
splendid appearance It will front 140 feet
on Hotel street 40X feet deep and
will bo two stories high The material
will be brick with front of pressed
brick The lower flat is divided into
five parts intended for the same number of
stores Under each of these divisions will
be a good cellar In the second flat there
will be parlors and rooms which with a
kitchen to be added in the rear aro intended
to make this part of the building suitable
for a hotel The upper story will have good
verandahs and awnings which contribute
considerably to the imposing appearance of
the wholo front Tho building will be fitted
throughout with all the modern improve
ments The contract figures are 26210 and
it is expected to be completed wihiu the
next six months
School Extension-
The Boabd Openino new Fields and Enlaeo
inq old Ones
A meeting of the Board of Education was
held yesterday A number of resignations
and applications were considered Agreea
ble to arrangements made at this and former
meetings of the present and also of the pre
ceding Board considerable extension in
English school work may be expected after
the present vacation
A new school house has been completed at
Paia Maui to accommodate 50 pupils An
addition has been made to the building at
Pahala Hawaii capable of accommodating
GO to 70 pupils and improvements and repairs
made on the old school house so that between
the new and the renovated old structure the
school will be well equipped for over 100
pupils
The Board has also authorized new build
ings aud the lumber has been put on the
ground at Paauilo Hamakua for 64 pupils
at Halawa Molokai for 100 pupils and at
Kaluaaha Molokai for 60 pupils
New school houses will shortly be erected
in Makapala North Kohala for 100 pupils
and at Pahoehoe Kona fer 100 pupils
The material has also been shipped for an
addition to the Kapaa school house The
new structure is calculated for 75 pupils
The Kapaa school when the extension is
completed will have seating accommoda
tion for about 180 pupils and will then be
one of the largest common schools outside
of Honolulu in the Hawaiian Islands
It is impossible to remain long sick or out
of health where American Cos Hop Bitters
are used
Why do American Cos Hop Bitters cure
so much Because they give good digestion
rich blood and healthy action of all the
organs
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE TUESDAY AUGUST 23 1837
NOMINATING CONVENTION
Continued from page 1
people and the prerogative His own opinion
was that John A Cummins had always been
on the side of power against the people but
ho might be wrong Gentlemen who knew
him much better than ho did thought he wa3
wrong and if ho thought that he was wrong
he would vole for John A Cummins and sup
port him just as loyally as he would Dowsett
and whatever ticket was voted by that Con
vention he would support because they knew
better than Uo did what was right and what
was wrong
J B Atherton said all of them would recol
lect that they represented in their ward tho
largest Portuguese population in the city
and they thought thev were doing their duly
in nominating J M Vivas and Mr Camara
would now represent that claim
J M Camara was not heard distinctly at
the farthier reporters table but was under
stood to say that Vivas was tho choice of a
large number of Portuguese although they
did not deem it necessary that he should be
run as a representative If however they
wanted a ticket to run without having a name
scratched they should choose Dowsett Ka
laukoa Vivas andHnstace
S B Dole said he found Dowsett had been
nominated by eight delegations and Hustaco
and Kalankoa by seven therefore these
three men seemed to be the choice of the
Convention The question of next seemed
to be between Robinson and Cummins Ho
did not know Cummins public record ho
might have one but the speaker did not
know it Was Cummins going to represent
his countrymen in that Legislature as a sup
porter of rabid popular legislation even
against the Government if necessary
Would he make a good popular representa
tive He confessed he did not know Rob
inson had been a staunch supporter of this
movement since the start Ho had shown
an intelligence and perseveranco and per
sistence which had been astonishing And
for those reasons he supported the nomina
tion of Robinson because they would know
what they were about when they pnt him in
tho Legislature
W B Oleson said they had come lo a
juncture in the affairs of the Hawaiian
nation which was of the utmost importance
to the Hawaiian race The element to con
trol the ballot box iu the future was the
young Hawaiian element They had young
men there who were much beyond their
fathers in overy way and ho proposed the
name of D L Naone as a representative of
this class both as a matter of policy and as
a matter of principle
John Cassidy said the Third Ward nomi
nated Cummins and they proposed to place
Robinson on the list of Nobles Cummins
had pledged to support this party Formerly
it was all power but now the power was di
vided He had had considerable dealings
with Cummins and would take his word in
any matter
Dr Tucker said that during tho past year
ho had becomo acquainted with many good
men How came this Convention About
nine months ago the revolutionary move
ment started It was carried from one man
to another When it came to a head did
John A Cummins array himself on their
side V
Cecil Brown Let me say he did
Dr Tucker Yes when our bayonets glis
tened in tho sun Thgy knew who the men
were who were with them when their hearts
were tried Thev did not find John A Cum
mins there but they found Mark Robinson
there They found plenty of men to sup
port them when tho time came for offices to
be distributed
S Hookano thought tho Convention was
wasting a great deal of time in discussing J
A Cummins when thero were plenty of good
men They might discuss J A Cummins for
24 hours with the only result that he would
be cracked up to more importance than he
deserved Therefore as J A Cummins did
not seem to go down let them get on to the
next name This discussion would only pro
voke ill feoling and prolong their labors
They did not want any wooden men in the
Legislature They wanted men who when
they opened their mouths wonld know what
they were talking about They wanted men
there who would carry out their views One
of tho names was that of a Portuguese If it
was necessary to nominate ono them he
wonld have no objection provided it was for
tho interests of good government
Tho Coniinitteo resolved to proceocl
with tho ballot and tho Chair ap
pointed Cecil Brown W A Kinney
F J Lowroy and J H Fisher as
tollers Tho roll of delegates was
called ward by ward the members
responding with alacrity in coming
forward to deposit their ballots Tho
ballots were read aloud by Mr Brown
while Mr Fisher announced tho tally
At tho closo of tho count tho result
was stated from tho Chair as follows
Number of votes cast 99 necessary
to elect 50 Dowsett 99 Hustaco 8G
Ivalaukoa 86 D L Naono 34 Bob
inson 23 Keliiaa 23 Cummins 19
Vivas 14 Spaulding 5 Carter 2
Magoon 2 Castle 1 J P Naone 1
The Chairman accordingly declared
Dowsett Hustaco and Kalaukoa olec
ted as candidates for Representatives
and called for another ballot for tho
fourth man
V V Ashford said that a very serious ele
ment had crept into the Convention there-
iore tie movea tnat a reces3 of Ave minutes
be taken to enable members to talk over the
matter of the fourth candidate Carried
On tho mooting again coming to
order Mr Bobinson begged to with
draw his name as Bepresontative
which was consented to Another
ballot was taken immediately when
D L Naono received 55 votes Cum
mins 29 and Keliiaa 14 Naone was
accordingly declared elected as can
didato for Representative
Tho Chairman announced nomina
tions for Nobles as next in order
when the Wards reported lists of
nominations as follows
Ward 1 M P Robinson S G Wilder A
loung H Waterhouse W E Foster H W
Schmidt W O Smith J I Dowsett Sr S
B Dole R Halstead T J King A Jaeger
Ward 2 M P Robinson H Waterhousa
E S Cunba T J King W O Wilder J 1
Dowsett W E Foster A Jaeger A Young
W O Smith S B Dole H J Nolte
Ward 3 H Waterhouse W E Foster R
Halstead A Jaeger W R Castle W O
Smith M P Kobineon W C Wilder S G
Wilder J I Dowsett Sr
Ward 4 S G Wilder Alex Young H
Waterhouse A Jaeger W E Foster T J
King H W Schmidt J I Dowsett Sr M
P Robinson R Halstead W O Smith S
B Dole
Ward 5 H Waterhouse J I Dowsett Sr
A Young M P Robinson T J King S G
Wilder WEFoster H W Schmidt ES
Cunha A Jaeger
AVard 6 S G Wilder A Young J I
Dowsett Sen H W Schmidt M P Robin
son W O Smith K Halstead W R Castle
H Waterhouse
Ward 7 S G Wilder J I Dowsett Sen
H J Nolte A Jaeger John Cummins E S
Cunha W O Smith M P Robinson A
Young J B Atherton W E Foster TJ
King
Ward 8 S G Wilder A Young M P
Kobinson W K Castle H Waterhouse
H W Schmidt A Jaeger W E Foster W
O Smith S B Dole J I Dowsett Sen R
Halstead
Koolaupoko District H Waterhouse SG
Wilder A Jaeger WOSmith J IDowsett
Sr H W Schmidt W E Foster
On the nominations ending AY C
Af
AYilder from the chair J B Ather
ton and SB Dole each arose and
thanked those who had severally
nominated them and stated that they
were not candidates
w n Smith wiahprl to sav a few words in
regard to W B Castle with whom he had
served two terms in the Legislature With
the exception of Hon Godfrey Khodes and
Hon C R Bishop none surpassed Mr Cas
tle in the knowledge of parliamentary prac
tice He would be a most useful man in the
Legislature and the speaker would sacrifice
till chances of a nomination for himself if it
was necessary thereby to secure the selection
of the gentleman for whom he spoke
VV Ashford spoke of two important ques
tions that he submitted without comment
T S Douglas referred to H J Nolte as a
man of deep intelligence who would always
vote on the right side
Cecil Brown thought all tho names were
known to every member of the Convention
and that they had all made up their minds
He did not think that any eulogism or any
criticism of any of them would change their
minds Therefore they had better proceed
to ballot
V V Ashford thought the position of some
men on the list should be aired He hoped
the motion to proceed to ballot would be
voted down
The motion was lost
Fred Turrill said one ot the Second Ward
nominees was H Waterhouse and although
he had water in his name yet he had nevor
taken water in this movement E S Cunha
was of Portuguese nationality had lived
long in tho country and was possessed of
extendsive landed interests He had received
a request from the Fifth Ward to speak a
word for T J King who if not exactly a
representative of the younger portion of the
community yet as was said of the ex
Premier although his head was gray his
heart was green
V V Ashford spoko of a prevailing
opinion that members of the old House of
Nobles should have a chance if they wanted
it Of these the names of S G Wilder
and J I Dowsett Sr were available C R
Bishop declining to run H W Schmidt
was in favor of Portuguese immigration to
the exclusion of the Chinese If there was a
question about the ninth name W O
Smith should be taken in preference to
others who had been named T J King
although without legislative experience he
was suro wonld fill tho position with credit
W B Oleson was strongly in favor of W
B Castle as a man who had been in the
Legislature and gone out into the country
and been re elected by a native constituency
If there were any honors to be given now
he thought they should be given to the man
who stayed by the stuff when it meant
something to stay by the stuff
Dr Tucker was for W O Smith and W
R Castle because they were making a Leg
islature and needed lawyers very seriously
He had no fear that the country would ever
be insulted by any such Legislature as they
had last session but would have men who
would know how to vote For that reason
especially and not only that but they were
men whom they know They knew their
record
S B Dolo said those whp knew anything
about parliamentary law knew that last ses
sion ran five months becanse it was conducted
with a want of knowledge of parliamentary
practice And if it had not been for W B
Castle that session might have been running
yet He bad in former sessions represented
Hawaiians and had always gone in for in
creasing their rights and decreasing their
taxes This movement puts Hawaiians in a
new position It was just as good for Ha
waiians to be represented by Castle as by any
man of their own color
S Hookano did not want to discuss the
names all day They wanted men of wisdom
who know the effect of laws made iu tho
Legislature
J A McCandles3 did not believe in putting
in nine lawyers and advocated the names of
A Young and WEFoster as representatives
of the new element
AY A Kinney made brief remarks
which owing to bad acoustics with
open doors and windows escaped the
reporter
Tho ballot was then proceeded
with nine candidates being elected
on tho hrst vote as follows
Yotes cast 100 necessary to elect
51 Bobinson 97 AYaterhouse 97
Young 93 S G AYildor 91 Smith
81 Dowsett 79 A Jaeger 74 Fos
ter 73 Castle G2
The othor ballots gave Schmidt 41
King 3S Cunha 37 Nolte 1G Hal
stead 9 Cummins 9 scattering 3
J H Paty when tho cheering that greeted
the announcement of the result subsided
moved that the nominations of Representa
tives and Nobles be made unanimous which
being seconded by several delegates passed
without a dissenting voice
W F Allen moved that the thanks of this
Convention be tendered to Hon W G Ir
win for the use of tho hall Carried
J H Paty moved three cheers for the
worthy Chairman which were given with
great enthusiasm
J B Atherton proposed three cheers for
the tioket to which there was a vociferous
response
John F Smith moved for short speeches
from the candidates but as the evening
shades were gathering the motion was not
supported
Cecil Brown moved the Convention ad
journ subject to the call of the Chairman
whiob carrying the meeting dispersed
HAWAIIAN
ones
To the Citizens oT the Hawaiian
Islands
The Undersigned has Established an Electri
cal Supply Store and Repair Shop
in the XICHOLS BLOCK Fort Street above
Hotel Honolnlti where will be kept in stock a
full line of ELECTRICAL GOODS
such as Medical Batteries Telegraph and Tele
phone Instruments Call Bells Anuuciators
Burglar Alarm Supplies Dynamo Electric -Machines
and Lamps for both Arc and Incandes
cent Plants also Dynamos and Motors for the
trfhsmission of either steam or water power to
aft distance not exceeding 20 miles from the
pfine motor Contracts taken for Complete
Iflmping Plants Call Bell Systems etc etc
Repairing Promptly Executed Sole Agent for
t e San Francisco Tool Companys Single Acting
ngincs The Best and Cheapest Eufiues extant
jr genera purposes Anyone can run tnem
Can also furnish at manufacturers prices
athes Planers Simpers Drill Presses Laflel
I ldPelton Water Wiieele in fact any Machine
ade in the United States at very short notice
i Can furnish parties in Honolulu with Electric
1 iver for Driving Sewing Machines Lathed
C ffee Mills Printing Presses etc
Also Electric Lights for Saloons Stores or
ajy place where lights may be required A
S raple Plaut can be seen at the Hawaiian Elec
ta al Works Sicbols Block Fort St Honolulu
i crsons wanting Lights or Power are invited
to make early application so as to enable me to
dtfcideisio the capacity of the next larger Plant
Jrc Lighting and the Transmission of Powera
Specialty
ror further information address or call on
H
V
A B FISHER
wanan Electrical Works
FORT St HONOLULU
I
FHXE BOOK A2D JOB WO RK
1 it the Hawaiian Gazette Office
Ntra 5ttDcriisiiiente
THE KAMEHA1EIA SCHOOL
For IBoys
THE
KAMEnAMEHA SCHOOL FOR BOYS
will he ready for the admission of
Pupils the
First Tuesday in October 1887
Onlv a limited number of Pnplls will be re
ceived this year and those desiring to enter the
School most make application previous to Sept
ist issr
Each Pupil will occupy a separate room fur
nished with bedstead table and chair and Hst
of articles to be furnished by each Pupil will he
sent on application to the Principal
Pnpils win be required to perform twelve hours
of manual labor each week Industrial shop
work will be reqnired two hours each day for five
days in the week Either military drill or gym
nastics will form a part of the daily routine of
the School
Instruction will be provided in Arithmetic
English Language Popular Science Elementary
Algebra Free hand and Mechanical Drawing
Practical Geometry Book Keeping and Bible
Study Shop instruction will be provided In
carpentry tailoring printing masonry and
black smithing
THE CHARGES FOE
Tuition will be 40 per Annum
Payable In 5- installments at the beginning
of each term
Each Pupil mnst pass medical inspection and
present letters of honorable dismissal from other
schools
The examination for entrance will be held
MONDAY October d 1P37 at the School
buildings at PALAMA at 830 a zt Applicants
will be examined in reading penmanship geo
graphy the four fundamental rules of arithmetic
the composition of English sentences and the
spelling of one hundred English words
gyFnrthcr information maybe obtained by
applying to the Principal
IIGT Jm
Rev WM B OLESON
BENSQ SMITH CO
JOBBING AND MANUFACTURING
PHARMACISTS
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A FULL USE OF
lETure 33iruss
CHEMICALS
Medicinal Preparations
PATENT MEDICINES
AT THE LOWEST
113 and 113 Fort Street
CONSOLIDATED
THE FIRMS OF
Chas Gray Co TWRawlins
Enaxed in the Manufacture of Soap have
consolidated and will hereafter carry
on the business under the
llrm name of
HAWAIIAN
Soap Manufacturing Company
At the premises formerly occupied at Leleo
KINO STREET HONOLULU
Honolnln Oct 1 16S6 1133 ly
WING ON WO CO
Have Removed to
ST0 5 KING STREET
Between Maanakea and Nnnann Streets
And beg leave to notify the public that they ha e
I JUST RECEIVED Sn
A FRESH INVOICE OF
XXX Manila Giffars
And other Choice Brands at moderate prlee
Also a Fall Line of
1177 3m
General fflerGhandise
Groceries Mailing
China and Japan Teas
A SPECIALTY
CRYSTAL SODA WORKS
Oar fioods are acknowledged the BEST1
WE USE PATENT STOPPEES
In all our Bottles FamllesUseno
Ginger Ale But Ours
CHILDREN CRY FOR
OUR SODA WATER
KB Vfe deliver our Ooods Free
all parts of the City
of Charge to
Careful attention paid to Island Orders
Address
Crystal Soda
Works
P O BOX 397 HONOLULU II I
5ST QUE TELEPHONE IS NO- 298
Orders left with Benson Smith Co
Fort Street will receive prompt attention
No 1
MR W C PARKE
Has an Office over Messrs Bishop Uos Bank
corner Merchant and Kaahnmana Sts and will
be happy to attend to any bnsinesa entrusted to
niscare
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35cdj SUirjcrtisenxents
FOE YOKOHAMA H0M0p
iski
Tfee Steamship
Clff OF NEW YORK
IVill Sail for Yokohama and t
Hongkong on or aliout
Friday Sept 9SIi
Pof Freight and ravage apvrj to
H MACKFELD A Co
Agent
liriPOBTERS
C BREWER Cos
Boston Line of Packets
TnB FI2TX
American Bark MARTHA DAVIS will
load from NEW YORK and
BOSTON TO SAIL OCTOBER IM
If Sofflcieat Indoeemeat Offers
For farther particulars iaqobe of
HTSlmw
C BR8W2X Co United
Qaecn Strt
FOR SALE
A Complete Boilii Bom Apparatus
Made by the Honolaia Iron Works Co
Consisting of One Multitublar Steam
Boiler Vertical Type
Eight Feet High and Four and One half 7ee is
Diameter with Smoke Stack and all Xosnuac
Complete
One Number Fonr Koowles Feed Pnap for
Boiler
Two Vertical Boiler Iron Vats 4 feet diaatetcr
by 8 feet high will stand a pressure of r ne
per square ineh soluble for HOT WSULSor
other purposes In a BoUinc IIoue Thaaa Vats
wonld also make Splendid Mentejos foe Forcing
Skimmings through Mod Prwees fl
For particulars apply to
JOHN I PARKBR
Waimea Hawaii
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W F ALLEN
Honotoln
EISDOX
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SA2f PKAKCISCO CAXA
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IRON FOUNDERS
II
Supers ani Boiler Maters A
BiriuMiRS or yy
Automatic CnUtf Rncine J
2 Roll and 8 Roll Mill Vacuus Pan I
Asvtewav wu xiiyjv mit imp iuc
Clarinet Cleanlac Pans
And all kinds of modern Appliance for the
icoNOMiCAL XAXtrracrcBs or soar
Patentees ami Solo Makers or the Auto
matic Trash Feeders St Usilerj
Sole manufacturers for the Pacific Coast
of the
Heine Safety Boiler
Tabular Fine and Compound Boiler in either
steel or iron
STEAM LAUNCHES IN IEON 0E
WOOD E0E COAST SERVICE
Steam and Iland Hoists Cranes Elevators Ac
Are prepared to furnish
IjtolicAtlacfliiieiiislorCasgll
At very low figures not claiming a patent and
therefore hsring no royalties to pay
Hbtc special facilities for the maaof actor of
Rivited Wrought Iron Water Pipe
And can quote extremely low prices
in this blanch
J NS WILLIAMS
V
Agent in the Hawaiian Island
Room 3 up stairs Sprockets Block Fort St
Honolnln H I
m im PUKES AND JQtilCX DISPATCH
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JOHN A SPEAR
WATGHAIER JEWELER
CAN BB FOUND AT J IICBASHS
Street next to the Shoottnjr
the Mclnerny BnHdina is
Fort Galieq
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4T
The Stock of Jewelry irill be Offered
lor the Jfext 00 Bays at 10 per
cent Less than Cost
KUKUIJEWELB Y
Of New Designs constantly on hand
and made to order
All kinds of Eepairing Neatly and
Promptly Done Watche3 Eepaired
ALL WORK GCARASTMD
ENGRAVINGS OF ML Rlj
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DOSE IS FIRST CLASS STYXE I
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