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The above is the title of Gilbert and
Sullivans new opera. It was produced
at the Savov Theatre, London, Dec. 7th,
for the first'time, and was a decided success.
It is said to be the best since
"The Mikado." The music is light and
catching, while the libretto is in Gilbert's
best manner. One song describes a
democratic Ctopia thus :
Lord chancellors were cheap as sprats ;
And bishops in their shovel hats
Were plentiful as tabby cats.
In point of fact too many.
Ambassadors cropped up like hay;
Prime ministers, and such as they,
Grew like asparagus in May,
And dukes were three a penny.
On every side field-marshals gleamed,
Small beer were lords lieutenant deemed ;
"With adtnirals4he ocean teemed
AH round his wide dominions.
And party leaders you might meet
In twos and threes in every street.
Maintaining with no little heat
Their various opinions.
Vojage of tho H. Hackfelri.
The German bark II Hackfeld, Capt
"Wolters, which arrived on Wednesday,
sailed from Liverpool August 31, 18S9 .
Had light variable winds down to the
trades, thence a light north-east wind ;
was thirty-five days to the equator, which
was crossed in longitude 20 deg. west;
fresh south-east trades to 23 deg south,
where they met with strong south-west
winds. Was days to Cape
Horn 'While off there fell in with the
iron full-rigged ship Young Robert, on
fire, and already abandoned. Was
twenty-one days from 50 deg in the
Atlantic to 50 "deg in the Pacific To
48 deg in the South Pacific had a
hurricane; the vessel was on her
beam ends and damage was done to the
sails From port to ths equator in the
Pacific was 119 days, passing it in US
dec west Got north-east trades in 12
deg north and kept them until arrival
off port Captain Wolters, her commander,
is well known in Honolulu,
having been here several times.
A report was recently circulated by a
semi-official German journal, to the
effect that Knapp, the German ex-Consul,
whose arbitrary conduct nearh
brought on a war, was to be returned to
Apia. The report created (something of
a ripple in Washington, and Secretary
Blaine was soon assured that there was
no truth in the story. Knapp has, however,
It is understood that as soon as the
Senate takes action on the Samoan
treaty, Harold M. Se wall will be returned
as Consul to Apia. Mr. Sewall is a
Democrat, but the administration has
about committed itself to the policy of
returning him in recognition of the firm
stand lie took to protect American rights.
Dalgety & Co.'s monthly circular
dated Newcastle, N. S. W., December 2d
contains the following: For the Hawaiian
Islands the Merom with 1,650
tons coal, at lGs. freight, and Andrew
Welch, with l,3Sp tons, at ISs. freight,
have gone forward. The Hesper, G64
register, and John Smith, 564 register,
the former on ship's account and latter
at ISs. freight, are loading, all for Honolulu.
We despatched the Wrestler,
with S4S tons coal, and are now loading
the Newsboy. 559 register, both on ship's
account, for Kahului.
I Tlie Liverpool and Lon
don and Globe
Assets S 40,000,000
Net Income 0,070,000
Claims Paid 112.509,000
Takes Bisks against Loss or Damage by fire
on Buildings, Machinery, Sugar Mills, Dwellings
and Furniture, on the moat favorable terms.
Bishop & Co.
J. N. S. WILLIAMS,
ENGINEER AND CONTRACTOR,
TS PREPARED TO DESIGN AND
J- contract for all classes of Sugar Extraction
Machinery, Irrigating Machinery,
Evaporating Apparatus, Vacuum Pans,
Engines of all kinds and for all purposes,
Water Wheels, Water Conduits, both Pipes
and Flumes, Steam Boilers of various
kinds, etc., etc.
In ail its branches a specialty;
Plantations supplied with Chemical and
Analytical Apparatus of the veay best description
Close attention paid to all orders and
satisfaction to the purchaser guaranteed.
r.O. Box 380, Tort St., Honolulu.
i PiAUHiU Plaktahos, J
glj Haw ah. March 9, 1883. J
" BiEdon Iron and Locomotive Works, San Fran-pi
p? Gentlemen We have used two of your 30-O?
chambered Filter Tresses thlsseason. They
ivj are convenient, easily handled and are 'working
lQ entirely to our satisfaction. I can recommend
qt no improvement on them.
of. Very respectfully yours.
Yi (signed) A. Moons,
tU Manager Paauhan Plantation.
an, Heeia, Sept. 23, 18S9.
"t5piB. Johs Dyeb, Agent Blsdon Iron Works,
f Deab Sir: Please ship ns one of your 30
-Compartment Filter Tresses, 210 square feet
Prisurface.same as the one supplied us last season,
tnvrhlch I am pleased to sayas given us entire
satisfaction'. lours truly,
Hjru" GE0. k. EWABT.
UH Manager fleeia Agricultural Co.
"Pi These Tresses are made extra heavy for
ckhlgh pressures, occupies a floor space of llx
nt ft., and presents a filtering surface of 240
rrakquare feet. A limited number in stock in
Honolulu and are sold at Tery low prices.
1 Itladon Iron & loco. "Works,
th gas Francisco.
2t lror particulars enquire of
- rfTOHN DTEB Honolulu
yfi Boom No. 3 Spreckels' Bloct:
tfcT 23 "W- G- TBVnS & Co., Agents
rAIIAN GAZETTE, TUESDAY, JANUARY 21. 1890:
PACIFIC HAEDWAEE CO., Icl
ATEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED !
A FULL LINE OF
DILLINGHAM RICE PLOWS, ,
BREAKERS, NEW DEAL,
HARROWS, HORSE HOES, Etc,
Fence Wire and Staples
PAINTS, OILS, AND VARNISHES,
STOVES, RANGES, TINWARE.
Rubber Hose of Superior Quality.
Lubricants, Plantation Supplies, Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
" ' TMnE.HAIlld,
For Sale, bv the MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.
Tlie Genuine Article, In Quantities to Suit.
SOAPS :-: AM) -:- PEEETJMBS
A Full Assortment Just to Hand ex Stmr Australia.
Depot for Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla.
Extract IVLalt, Etc.
HOHJSTER & CO.,
109 .Fort St.,
5 5 I c 15 h i -Iven
jssi - .lioiuciinn :n me
;.3 .Mirf .t (jouurrhcra and
Zsg;" V 1 scribe it and
, T cruwn m.t..
azciBx&xma ,;.:,. ,
otio. jm .,,-,- : a
arvl Sold ty Druggists.
Hollister & Co., Wholesale Agerjts.
Bexsos, Smith & Co., Wholesale Agents.
ADVERTISER IS THE
THE daily paper of the Kingdom
Ghas. Brewer & Co.'s
Eoston Line of Packets!
lease take notice that the
E ne bark Martha Davis will
r - Lfc iiuu jik iuc uc lla ill uua"
iZfc&rT' tAn tn InnH fnr tliiQ Tinrf 1n
ing February nest, to sail on or about the
first dav of March. 1S90.
9Fot further particulars apply to
C. BREWER & CO.
AS ISVOICB OP
Also: Now Landing from the " ROIAL
ALICE, " an invoice of
IN PART AS FOLLOWS:
Assorted Pie Fruits, Assorted Pieties.
Pie Cranberries and Ehnbnrb.
Pickled Walnuts, OricnUt Pickles,
JIuehroom Catsup, Walnut Catsup.
Mano Kelish, Soyer'f Belish.
Manso Chutney, Black Currant Vinegar,
Raspbury Vinegar, Raspbnry Syrup,
Mayonnaise Sauce, French Peas,
French Mushrooms, English Peas,
Leiershe Blaek Mushrooms, Cod Roes
Kippered Herrings, Flndon Haddock,
Bloaters, Fresh Herrings, Jugged Ilare,
Liebig's Extract Beef, in S oz and 4 oz Jars.
Oxford Sausage, 1 and 2 lb tins,
Copeland Peas. Pork Sausages, Ham,
Tongue and Chicken Sausages,
ALL KINDS OF
Ground Spices in Glass
Tins Neapolitan Maccaroni,
Tins Pearl Barley, Epps Cocoa.
Chocolate de Sante, Chocolate Men!er,
Schuertzers Cocoatine. Coxes Gelatine,
Fresh Plums, in Glass Jars,
Essences of Anchovies, etc., etc.
Also: per steamer from San Francisco;
ALL KINDS OF
Fr visions !
FLOUR, GRAIN, CEREALS,
In Great Variety;
MM Bitter, Gilt ip Bitter,
In 50 lb Kegs.
In fact every thing required for Family
and Plantation nse, etc.
We have always on hand a Choice Selection
Chinese & Japanese Tea
In Small Boxes;
FRESH ROASTED and GROUND OLD
Parties wishing to send something very
Choice in Coffee to their friends abroad
will find just the Article.
" FOR SALE CHEAP AT
H. MAY & CO.,
Tea Dealers, Coffee Boasters, and
FORT STREET, : : HONOLULU
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Importer and Manufacturer of
Ladies', Misses', Gents'
BOOTS & SHOES
Of the Best and Latest Make.
Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock p. m.. touching
at Lahaina, Maalaea Bay and Makena the same
day; Mabukona, Kawaihac, and Laupahochoe
the following day. arriring at Hilo at midnight.
Tuesday, Oct. 15
Friday.,. Oct. 25
Tuesday, Nov. 5
Friday, Nov. 15
Tuesday. Nov. 25
Friday Dec. 6
Tuesday, Dec. 17
Friday Dec. 27
ARRIVES AT HONOLULU:
Wednesday, Oct. 23
Saturday, Nov. 2
Wednesday, Nov. 13
Saturday, Nov. 23
Wednesday, Dec. 4
Saturday, Dec. 14
Wednesday, Dec. 25
Saturday, Jan. 4
DAYIES : : : : Commander,
Leaves Honolnlu each week for Kaunakakal,
Kahului, Huelo, Eeanae, Hana, Hamoa and
CA3IEKOS : : : Commander,
Leaves Honolulu each week for Paauhan,
CIiAllKE : : : : Commauder.
Leaves Honolulu each week for Hakalau, and
McliltEGOR s : : Commander.
Leaves Honolulu each week for Kaunakakal,
Kamalo. Fukoo. Lahaina, Olowalu. Lanai,
Halawa, Wailau, Pelekunu, and Ealaupapa.
TICKETS per S. S. KETAU for the
VOLCANO : : : $50
W. C. WILDER, President.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
Cait. J. A, Kisa, Port Superintendent.
OFFICE Corner Fort and U.ueen Streets. Ho
OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT.
CASH flSSTS JAN 1ST, 1884
Takfs risks against Loss or Damage by Fire
on Brildins;s,Merchandise, Machinery and Furniture
on favorable terms. A. JAEGER,
U13 ly Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Marine Insurance Company,
F O H. T XJ r A
General Insurance Company,
Ths abore Insurance Companies have established
a General Agency here, and the undersigned,
General Agents, are authorized to take
Risks against the Dangers of the Seas
at the Host Reasonable Bates, and on
the Most Favorable Terms.
1223 ly F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.. General Aets.
Fire Insurance Company,
TL UXMIHGS,MERCH A XDISE, f
JB L ITURE and Machinery Insured against
Fire on the nost favorable terms.
,nnn , . A- JAEGER,
1500 T Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO.,
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
Cash Assets Jan. 1st, 1884 $1,595,550.34.
Tk Risks against Loss or Damage by Fire
on Buildings, Merchandise, Machinery and Furniture
on favorable terms. A. JAEGER
JT Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
A. JAEGER. Agent for the Haw'n Is.
ESTAEUSHBD - - 1845.
: Relchsmarks 9,000,000.
The undersigned having been appointed aent
of the above Company for the Hawaiian Islands
.?IfparedT,to ,aept risks Fire on
Buildings, Furniture, Merchandise. Froduce.
bugar Mills. 4c, on thr most favorable terms.
A!S,?rPER?MPTLY OUSTED Af?AT.
1211 jy At Wilder ACo.s.
Northern Assurance Company.
Accnmalated Funds; .... 3,000,000
The agent of this Company in Honolulu has
receWed instructions to
Reduce tho Rates of Life Insurance
In this country to a minimum rate, without
any extra premium for residence in the Hawaiian
t iAn,nS the,Pril;:ipaI advantages attaching to a
Policy In the "NORTHERN." attention
is specially drawn to the following:
. SVImE.N.?E?. VALUES f Lapsed Policies
P f th Aa3Ured f" Six
IMMEDIATE PAYMENT of Claims, without
deduction of discount.
ABOLITION of restrictions on Foreign Travel
and Residence. THEO. H. DAVIES,
TRANS - - - ATXANTIC
Fire Insurance Company,
Capital of the Co. and Reserve, Reichs
Capital tbelr Re-Insurance Companieo.101,650,000
TotaI Reichsmark. 107,650,000
NORTH GER MAIM
Fire Insurance Company,
Capital of the Co. & Reserve
marks - g 53 qqq
Capital their Re-Insurance Companies 3o',000',0C0
Total Reichsmarks 43.8.y,000
The undersigned. General Agents of the above
three companies for the Hawaiian Islands, are
prepared to insure Buildings. Furniture,
and Produce, Machinery, &c, also
Sugar and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor,
against loss or damage by fire .on the most
favorable terms. H. HACKFELD & CO
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
LOKJOOBf ASD EDIXBl Oil
REsorntcEsorTnE Compaxtas at Dec. 31, 18a;
1 Authorized Capital 3,000,000
3 Paid up " 635,000
i Fire Fund and Reserves as at 31st
December. 1889 1,788,112
5 Life and Annuity Funds , 4,455,01.S
6 Revenue Fire Branch 1,279.3
7 Revenue Life & Annuity Branches 653.006
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
1237 ly Agents for tte Hawaiian Islands.
The Liverpool & London & Globe
ASSETS .... $31,161,000
NET INCOME - - - $9,000,000
CLAIMS PAID - - - $88,714,000
Have established an agency in Honolulu for
the Hawaiian Islands, and the undersigned are
presarea to write risks against
FIRE ON BUILDINGS,
MERCHANDISE & DWELLINGS
On favorable terms. Dwelling Bisks a
Speciality. Detached and contents
insured for a period of three years, for two premiums
in advance. Losses promptly
ami payable Iiero.
1183 6e BISHOP 4 CO.
Boston Board of Underwriters.
A CENTS for the Havrallan Islands,
J. 1210 ly C. BREWER & CO.
Philadelphia Board of Underrrriters
for the HaTrallan I ilands,
AGEXTS C. BREWER & CO
Fire Insurant Company.
Tho undo nedhaving been appoitted Agents
of the above Company, are prepared to insure
risks against Are os Ntoao and JfcrlcK Buildings,
and on Merchandise stored therein,
oc the most faroraole term. For particulars
apply at the office of F. A. SCHAEFER 6 CO.
GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY'
For Sea, River & Land Transport
Having established an Agency at Honolulu for
the Hawaiian Islands, the undersigned General
Agents, are authorized to take
Risks asraiast the Sanger of the Seas
Most Reasonable Rates, and on the
Most Favorable Terms.
P. A. SCHAEFER & CO.
2S61r Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
The Agent for the British Foreign Marine Insurance
Company (Limited) has received instructions
to Jtednce the Bates of Insurance
between Honolulu and Ports in ihe Pacific,
and is now prepared to issue Policies at the
lowest rates, with a special reduction on freight
per steamers. THEO. H.DAV1ES,
1193 ly Agent Brit. For. 31ar. Ins. Co..Limlted
Mutual Life Insurance Company,
-OF NEW TORK.
Assets DEC. 31, 1SS3, .... $126,062,153.56
Reliable, Profitable, Prompt and Certain.
Those who desire safe Life Insurance are
Invited to apply to
S. B. BOSE,
1S12 ly Genreal Agent Hawaiian Islands.
The Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
HARTFO RD, CONNECTICUT.
Total Asst Jan. 1, 1888, $5,288,643 97
Haying established an agency at Honolulu for
the Hawaiian Islands, the undersigned is prepared
to accept risks against fire on Buildings
Jlerchandise, Furniture, Machinery, on the most
favorable terms. Losses promptly adjusted and
payable here. c. 0 BEKGEK,
lga,6ln Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
- FKOM -
FAMILIES AND SHIPPING
AND AT THE
Lowest Market Prices.
Meats delivered from this Market are
thoroughly chilled immediately after killing by
means of a Bell-Coleman Patent Dry Air Refrigerator.
Meat so treatod retains all its juicy
properties, and is guaranteed to keep longer
alter delivery than freshly-killed meat.
Ayer's Vill you wi! relieve the system
of those genus of which surely,
though often slowly, undermine health
As a cathartic, they are unexcelled.
They are gentle yet searching, healthfully
stimulating both the secretory and
excretory organs. They are composed
of vegetable ingredients only, and aro,
therefore, free from the objectionablo
qualities found in other Pills
are sugar-coated, and agreeable to tho
eye and taste. By apportioning the doso
in accordance with the directions accompanying
each package, these Pills
may be administered with Perfect
Safety to patients of all ages. As an
after-dinner Pill, takgn to assbt the
process of digestion, they are of great
benefit, and as such are largely used
throughout Europe, America, and all
the countries of the civilized world. For
Constipation or Costiveness,
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Biliousness,
Headache, Foul Stomach, Loss of Appetite,
Disorders of the Liver, and Kidney
Complaints, Ayer's Pills are invaluable,
and should be at hand with every
family for use In emergency .
fr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A.
MM by Druggists and Medcine Vendors.
HOLLISTER & C SO
Sole Agsntuwn.Isda 11,
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Office at HILO, HAWAII.
asr "S. B. Bats Peoxttlt Collected. "K
G. J. WALLER, Prop. -
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