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THE DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.
All persons are hT"y fortiidden to bathe in
the pool at Kapena Fulls, in Xuuanu Valley, or
In any way to defile th water supplying the
same, or to trespass on the adjacent grounds.
Any person disregarding this notice will be
prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
(HAS. K. WILSON,
.Superintendent Water Works.
Ofliee Honolulu Water Works, March 25, 1935.
Approved: CIIAS. T. OCLICK,
rur2;-13-lmd4w Minister of Interior.
Pliae ol tlie Moon
I r. M.
The Kiting and Netting of the Nun.
The sun rises to-morrow morning at &:3fi o'clock.
The sun sets this evening at 6:21 o'clock.
I'OIIT OF HONOLULU, H. I.
Saturday, April H.
Stmr Kinau, Kii', from Hawaii and Maui
Stmr Likelike, Lorenzen, from Kahului, Iukoo
and way ports, Molokai
Schr I.eahl, from Kohalalele
Schr Mana, front Ilononiu
.schr Rob Koy, from Koolau.
Schr Waimalu. from Maliko
Ki-ndav, April 1.
.Steamship City of Nydney (Am), Dearborn, 7
days from .San Francisco
.Stmr W G Hull, Bates, from Jilaalaea, Kona and
Stmr I'lanter, Cameron, from Nawiliwili, Wai
mea, Koloa, Kleele and Kekaha, Kauai
schr Nettie Merrill from Lahaina
Nohr Haleakala, from 1'epeekeo
Schr Malolo, from Laupahoehoe
Schr Liholiho, from Waimea, Kauai
.Schr Caterina, from Hanalel
JSchr Waioli, from Waialua
Schr Rainbow, from Koolau
Saturday, April 13.
Wttur C R Bishop. Macauley, for Hanamaulu.
Kilauea and Hanalei, Kauai, via Waianae, Oahu,
at f a. m.
Stmr Lehua, Davis, for all ports in Hamakua,
at 12 in.
Sunday, April 19.
Steamship City of Sydney (Am), Dearborn, for
YchhcIs Leaving Tills nay.
Stmr Likelike, Lorenzen, for Kahului and Mo-
lokai, at 4 p.m.
Stmr Waimaualo, Nelson, for Waimanalo.
Schr Wailele. for Maliko.
schr Waimalu, for Maliko
schr Af ana, for llllo
Schr Rainbow, for Koolau.
Schr Sarah and Eliza, for Koolau
Schr Khukai, for Waialua
Schr Rob Roy, for Koolau
Schr Caterina, for Hanalei
Vessel Expected from Foreign Port.
Steamship Alameda, II G Morse, from San Fran
cisco, due April 22
L'SS Hartford, Perkins, from Valparaiso, Chili,
S A, duo Mar 23-2.
liivrk W H Meyers (Am), 1'aul, from San Fran
cisco, due April 15-20
Bark C O Whitmore (Am), Calhoun, from Port
Townsend, due April 27 '10
Bark Ceylon (Ami, Barstow, from Departure
Bay, due May 10-15
Bark Thos it Foster (Haw), from Newcastle, N
S W due April 15
Am bark Neptune, from Newcastle, N S W.due
Am bark Autumn, from Newcastle, N S W, due
Bark Chasca (Brit), from Liverpool, due April
Hark Mendota. from New York, due March
Brit baik James Ci Bain, Irom San Pedro, due
Brit bark Birmah, Witts, from Glasgow, aue
Brit bark Orient?, Hughes, from Liverpool, due
Am bark Amy Turner Newell, from Boston,
due April 30
Bktne Amelia (Am), Newball, from Tort Town
end, ilue May 10-15
Am bktne Katie Flickinger, Young, from New
castle, N S W, due April 25 30
Am bktne Beulah, from Newcastle, N S W.
Due April 15th,
Bgtne Claus Spreckels (Am), Drew, from San
Francisco, due April U-H
Am brgtne John Smith, Fas3, from Newcastle,
N S W, due April 510
Am tern Reporter, Cook, from Newcastle, N S
W, due April 1015
j'okkiun vr.vsr.iA in port.
Am M jsusjnnary steam-bktne Morning Star, I.
Bray, from lUigtou
Nor ship fmporijior, M C Hoie, from Liverpool
HrigAllie Kowe, J K Holland
From San Francisco, per City of Sydney, April
19. Miss M Richardson, and TK Chinese : the
From Spreckelsvllle. Luhuinu, Maalaea aud
'HJlo, per Kinau, April is. His Majesty King
KaUkaua and 3 pages, Col Claus Spreckels, Hon S
U Wilder, Col Adams, Gov N Booth His Ex Paul
Neumann, Hon II A Widenmnn, Jules Tavernier,
Mr Nakamura, C Afonsr, M N Saunders. Moon
Wa. J 1. Richardson, J M Lidgute, A D Marshall,
tvwoiig Ye Sing, J Oderwirk, L Aseu, J Benton,
ti W Cusile, F C Mowrey, A W Richardson, Mr
Davis, A Kaualiilil, Mrs Lnhulahi Kaapa, Dr S E
Craddock. S W Kaai, Miss Alloc- Renton.Miss
Km ma Renton, Master Henry H Beckley, Miss
JIaltle Notwln, Miss Annie Dowsett, C B Makee,
wife, maid and child, and 123 deck passengers.
From liana, Kaunakakal and Kahului, per
f I.ikelike, April is. Rev Alexander Mackintosh,
' His Ex tiov J O Dominis and 3 servants. Count F
Morbotter, T F E Ittmann, Lord Elphinstone, F
l'ahai, S W Kaai, Mr Kawaiku, II Sheldon, M II
Renter. Hon J K Hanuna, C E Williams, Oscar
Unna and servant, Mrs J E Barnard, Mrs F Sor
ftmson, Hon Cecil Brown, W H Cummings and
vvii.. J D Strong, Mrs Hanks and child, Mrs C
i'art.-r. Mr Wolff, O H French, Hon J W Kalua, A
N Kepoikaf, Hon Ashbury, C Akiona, G Kong, O
Asee, Rey Father T Lauter, W H Bailey and
servant, A B Barnes, MrSchotield, Heil Kapu.and
,7 deck passengers.
Arrival of the City or Sydney.
The steamship City of Sydney, H. C. Dearborn
commander, discharged r San Francisco pilot
iit 3;47 p. m and received the Honolulu pilot
April lih, at 7:05 p. m. She has 41 cabin and 62
teerase pa&seiigers and 700 tons of freight for
Australia. First our days had light baffling
winds and Uue weather thence to port strong
southwest winds and rough sea; April J6th passed
steamship Australia; April 17th passed steamship
larlposa. bound north; April ISth paseed a three
masted schooner, bound nogrth.
The schooner fali'rlnu brought CtiO bags sugar
from Hanalei yesterday.
The schooner Huleakalu brought 1,600 bags
wtigar from Papeekeo yesterday.
The schooner Mana brought l.too bags sugar
from Honomu, and the schooner Leabi C.orw bags
from Kukaiau last Saturday.
The steamer Kinau brought 0,721 bags sugar, 29
bale wool, 79 hides, 3 horses aud 100 packages
sundries from windward ports last Saturday.
The steamer Likelika brought front windward
ports last Saturday an unusually large crowd of
both cabin and deck passengers, and 3,092 bags of
The steamer Planter brought lrom Kauai yes
terday 5,000 bags sugar, IS bags fish, 39 hides and
250 sheep. The ship Imperator will receive sugar
from her to-day.
Tbe schooner Nettie Merrill arrived yesterday
from Labalna with 1,600 bags sugar. She left here
last Wednesday, arrived at Lahaina on Friday,
loaded and left there on Saturday afternoon.
The steamer W. G. Hall arrived at daybreak
yesterday from windward ports, and reports very
fine weather. She brought 3,573 bags sugar, 295
bags awa, 103 bides, 30 cattle and 21 begs coffee.
She sails next Wednesday afternoon.
Bethel Union Cliurcli.
"Nature Advocating the Resurrection"
was the theme which the Rev. E. C. Ogeel
discussed yesterday morning, taking for
hia text the 36th verse of the loth chapter of
Corinthians: "Thou fool, that which thou
sowest is not quickened except it dies." The
preacher conducted the argument that
Nature, by its teachings, is a most eloquent
advocate for the reaurrection. The thought
was developed, that "it is as easy to find
objections against Nature and the material
world as against revelation and Christianity;
and that, if we refuse to accept because of
objections the divine origin of the Bible
and of Christianity we should also, to be
consistent, refuse acceptance to the facts of
Nature and to the testimony of our senses
In the evening the sermon was the first
of a series on "The Lord's Trayer." These
eermons are to be preached on successive
tort Street Churclt.
On Sunday morning Mr. Cruzan asked
his audience for a collection for a new Sun
day-school library, to which they responded
most liberally. Announcements were made:
Wednesday, 7:C0 p. m., prayer meeting,
i with the topic, "Wandering Thoughts in
Frayer;" Friday, 3 p. m., ladies' prayor
meeting, and 7:30, the Society of Christian
The morning sermon had for its theme
"Salvation by Work." In the evening Mr.
Cruzan delivered tke second lecture in the
series to young men, taking for his theme
"Solomon, the Brilliant Failure." A rapid
sketch of Solomon's life was given; his great
success as a statesman, naturalist, poet and
philosopher was portrayed, and then the
following were given as the causes of his
moral downfall and failure: First, his
superior endowments became a snare to
him. Great talents involve great liabilities.
One of God's laws is: Use a talent or you
lose it. Solomon was not exempt from this
law, and his wrecked old age was the
penalty of unused talents. Second, Solo
mon fell through the power of that prince
of deceptive devils, policy. Out of policy
he married a heathen princess, and erected
temples to false gods. The same temptation
and peril beset young men to-day to substi
tute policy for principle. Third, Solomon
fell through great worldly prosperity. It
takes a strong head and steady nerves to
walk safely upon a lofty height. Fourth,
Solomon fell a willing victim to the seduc
tive charms of pleasure and carnal indul
gence. Of all the insidious, corrupting,
dangerous influences that ever wrought the
ruin of man. the influence of bad women is
the most fatal and irremediable. Fifth, Solo
mon fell through attempting the impossible
to serve God and this world. Thousands
of men have tried it since his day, and none
have ever succeeded. The man who tries it
loses what pleasure this world can give him,
aud gets no joy or benefit or strength from
the half-hearted service of God.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Ehlers' grand opening to-day.
The foreign jury is called for this morn
ing at 10 o'clock.
Forty whalers in the harbor on this date
' sixty-three years ago. .
Mr. Morgan, acting for auctioneer Adams,
will sell some fine horses at II. Macfarlane's
paddock, near the roller coaster, to-day,
commencing at noon.
Advertise in the "Weekly P. C. Advertiser
if you wish to sell your wares to advantage.
It is more generally read than any other
weekly paper published in the Kingdom.
Entries for the skating contest to come off
at the Central Park Skating Piink next
Wednesday night must be made at the
Astor House Billiard Parlors this morning.
His Excellency Governor Dominis re
turned from Maui on Saturday. During his
absence the Governor suffered from anjat
tack of rheumatism, from which he is still
Mr. Adams will offer at public auction
to-day at noon, at Mr. Macfarlane's pad
dock adjoining the roller coaster, a number
of fine horses, all young and sound in every
respect. Also, one buckbord and one brake.
Dr. Frank Cowan of Greensburg, Pa., who
has been visiting these islands daring ,the
past few weeks, took passage yesterday in
the City of Sydney for the Colonies. Messrs.
F. Morbotter and L. F. G. Ittman also went
forward by the City of Sydney.
Subscribe for the Weekly P. C. Adver
tiser and mail copies to friends abroad. A
Single cofty will give them a better idea of
the progress and condition of the islands
than twenty letters, however voluminous,
News has been received from Ililo of the
death on Tuesday, the 15th instant, of Mrs.
Nihoa Kipi, an aged Hawaiian, relict of the
late Governor Kipi. The deceased was a
pensioner of the Government since the
death of her husband, who was a member
of the Legislature that elected His Majesty
to the throne.
The Principal of St. Mathew's Hall, San
Mateo, California, has forwarded the school
report for the mouth of March last, of the
Hawaiian scholars, J. K. Kalaniahole, E.
A. Keliiahonni and David Kawauanakoa.
In punctuality, deportment and military
conduct, they stand 100. The following is
their average in their studies: Writing, 88;
. spelling, 69; reading, 84; geography, 87;
grammar, 82; practical arithmetic', 79.
David, in French, stands 95, and music 100.
The reports make a very good showing,
quite equal to tUe greater part of the other
Xew Fence at the Ieper Ilospltttl.
The close board fence that is now being
built around the leper hospital at Kakaako,
by direction of the President of the Board of
Health, will effectually prevent the inmates
from communicating by touch with people
on the outside. Heretofore the open pickets
have allowed friends of the lepers to pass in
articles of food, also pipes of tobacco to be
smoked for awhile and then returned, and
in various other ways to come in contact
with tho lepers. Whether the disease be
contagious or not this was not to be desired.
The new fence will prevent such occurrences,
and the President of the Boardf Health is
to be commended for having ordered its
.1 An Interesting Budget of Jfewa.
KAHcxri, Maui, April 18th.
The tarkentine Geo. G. Ferkins will
finish loading sugar for San Francisco to
day, and will sail on Tuesday next.
The American schooners Ida Schnauer
and Reporter are both folly due at this
Yesterday was a very lively day here,
People from about all paits. of this island
came by steamer, rail, carriage and horse
back. Our friend Mr. Lowrie succeeded
in shippinpr between five and six thousand
, , , , . . .
sacks of sugar, and quite a lot Ol sumdry
freight as well; so that with that amount
01 work and other business it Kept mm
busy, as usual, up to the time of quitting
work at o o'clock p. m. i
The Likelike left at her usual hour, ;
with a number of distinguished persons ,
among her passengers.
Kohala, Hawaii, April 17th.
Niulii mill is grinding to the tune of
twenty-four clarifiers a day, and saving
fuel to a great extent, all in consequence
of improved machinery.
A dog belonging fo Mr. G. W. Thomp
son has adopted a flock of chicks deserted
by their mother, and it is a peculiar sight
when she has them all gathered about her
us well contented as with a mother wear
ing more feathers.
Very warm weather, sandwiched be
tween hhowers, still pleases those who are
striving to keep ahead in the sugar
Mr. Kobert Mooney has left the K. S.
Company, after haviug been with them
about eight years.
All the Sunday schools of Hawaii are
soon to make a raid oat Kohala, and the
supply of poi and fish therein.
The calm weather has made the sea as
smooth as a pond, and our shores are
dotted with the giant powder fiend, and
the oceau with legitimate fishermen.
'The Jewels I Irize.".
It will be remembered that the Advertiser
recently printed a charming song under
this title. Professor Berger is now engaged
arranging it for the piano, with a view to its
publication, the words and music being by
Dr. Frank Cowan.
M l.: SIC HALL
The San Francisco
Monday Eveuii, April 20
THE BEAUTIFUL CLASSIC PLAY,
With the full strength of the Company.
Doors open nt 7:-t0 ; performance commences
at 8 o'clock.
Tickets, f 1, 75 cents and 50 cents.
Reserved seats at WISEMAN'S. Box plan now
Horses at Auction.
XAM INSTRUCTED TO OF FEB. AT PUBLIC
MR. IT. MAC FA R LANE'S PADDOCK,
Bc-retania street, adjoining the Boiler Coaster,
On Monday, April 20th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
1 very tine span of Bay Carriage Horses, good
sized and well mated; well broken, double
1 very neat, well-matched Brown Spun, broken
double an J single.
2 Fine Family Carriage Horses, one of which is a
well trained Saddle Horse.
1 Heavy Draught Horse, well broken.
1 Handsome Bay Mare, of hue action, broken to
4 Head of Good Horses, suitable for Express, Car
riage or Dray Work.
Also, the well-known Stallion, " GENE UAL
HANCOCK," at an upset price of One Thousand
This lot of horses are all yuunt; and sound,
raiigiiik,' from four to six years, and are the finest
lot of horses ever put up for sale in Honolulu.
Further particulars from MESSRS. SMITH A
THURSTON, or 15. x. HOMER, at Kapiolani
All accounts for Advertising aud Job Printiug
I'acitir Commercial Advertiser
Office will from Jthis date be presented Vor pay.
T" Y OKDEIt OF M. GREEN AND W. F. BEY
1 NOLDs, Assignees of the Bankrupt Estate of
Kennedy fc Co.?
We are instructed to sell at Public Auction,
, Ull W eUlieSllay, April LLtl,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At our salesroom, corner of Queen aud Fort
i streets, tiie .stock in Trade, Book Debts and good
I will of said firm of KENNEDY A CO., said stock
. being now at No. 109 Fort street, Honolulu, and
aVn iw t,. 1, v ,
! The stock on Fort street wiU be open for in
, specuon on
AfniKLav illll TWs:1flV
April 20tli aud 21st, from 10 a. m. till 2 p. m
TERMS OF SALE
Cash, iu L'nited States Gold coiu ; 10 per cent,
of purchase money must be deposited with the
Auctioneer, as a guarantee for completion of pur
chase on the tan oi me tiammer.
UPSET miCE, $5,000.
For further information apply to the Assignees,
at tne omce or ji. 1'h.uiips & Co., Honolulu.
LYONS & LEVEY,
MK. B. F. DILLINGHAM has instructed me to
offer for Private Sale a portion of bit Splendid
tin lleretnuin ami lliiiglinm St.
Lot Xo. 1 Is 111 feet front and 300 feet deep,
with a Fine House and out Buildings, Stables,
Carriage House, etc., upon it. and is the property
lately occupied by Kev J A Cruzan. The House is
comparatively new, is in fine order and will be
open for Inspection for any person desiring to view
it. The upset price for this splendid piece of
property will be $6,500.
ONE-FOURTH CASH, BALANCE IN 1, 2
AND 3 YEARS, WITH INTEREST
AT 7 PER CENT.
Lot No. 2 to 90 ft by 200 ft: upset price f 1,325 00
Lot No. 3 is 85 ft by 200 ft; upset price 1,300 00
Lot No. 4 is 65 ft by 200 ft; upset price 1,300 00
Lot No. 5 is '.5 ft by 200 ft; upset price 1,200 00
Lot No. 6 to 75 ft by 200 ft; upset price 1,200 00
Lot No. 7 is 80 ft bv 200 ft; upset price 1,000 00
Lot No. 8 is 80 ft by 200 ft; upset price 1,000 00
Lot No. 9 is 80 ft by 200 ft. upset price 1.000 00
And upon the same terms as for Lot No. 1, so
that payments can be very easily met.
A plan of thess lots can be seen at the auction room
The new Tramway, for which a Charter was
recently granted by the Legislature, will bring
tins Property within 15 minutes of the Post Office
and will naturally increase It value. We Invite
an examination and inspection of those Lots as
they are well situated and very desirable
' 17 mar 27-1 m
Cor. Port 6c Hotel Streets.
AND SALE STABLES.
Carriages lor hire at all hours of the dry or
night; also, conveyances of all kinds for parties
going around the Island.
Kxeellent Saddle Horse for Ladies
aud Gentlemen. Guaranteed Gentle.
C'arria? Xos. 3, 21, 46, 47, 48, 49,
30, 51, 52 and 53.
Double and single teams always to be had on
livery at the most reasonable rates.
Large and small omnibus for picnics and excur
sion parties, carrying from 10 to -10 passengers, can
always be secured by special arrangements.
Omnibus time tables can be obtained oy apply
ing at the ofliee.
TUe JLoiisr Branch Batliiu&r House
can always be secured for picnic or excursion
parties by applying at the ofliee.
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
Telephone No. 34.
JAS. D0DD, Proprietor.
Carpenter, No. 31 Alakea St.
Will attend and contract for all kinds of work in
REMOVING, RAISING or REPAIRING old
or new buildings.
Work to be paid for when complete.
Satisfaction guaranteed, or no pay.
Charges as. low as the lowest in the town.
Post Ofliee box 135.
65,000 Feet of
Galvanized Iron Pipe
1-4 anJ 1' inch.
For sale, at very low tigures, by
JAS. A. HOPPER,
pKOM A CARRIAGE WHILE GOING ALONG
King or Punchbowl streets. Volume 5 of
Hooker's Book of Ferns,
(Species Filicum). Illustrated.
A suitable reward will be paid upon the return
of the volume to MR. W. M. GIBSON'S resi
dence, or to the office of this paper.
April 13, 1935. 93-apl5tf
J. E. WISEMAN.
ESTABLISHED IN 1879.
IJIPLOVMKSI AGESI, LUK UsSlTKAJiC E AGKSI,
FlRK iNSURAJfCE AGKXT, KaILBOAD AGENT,
ADVtBTISINO AGEXT, AXD GEXEBAL
BrstNEss Agext. Also, Ctstom
Ilorsv: Broker Monet Broker
AND HOUSE BECKER.
Campbell's Fireproof Building,
28 MERCHANT STREET.
Honolulu H. I.
Buys and Nells Ileal Estate.
Lcas and Rents Property of all
Collects Rents. Pays aud Discharges.
Takes Insurances, and attends
generally to Property Owners'
Is the only recognized Passenger
Agent for the noted Chicago,
.Burlington aud Qmncy Route.
.Vttends to Custom House Business;
Enters Goods, Discharges Freight
and Duty iiills, and Delivers
Finds Employment for all seeking
work on the Islands.
Attends to Books and Accounts; the
Distribution of Quarterly Bills
and collects the same.
Loans Money on good Real Estate
Insures your. Life and protects you
in Losses ry Jtire In the best
Companies in the World.
Is known to be the only standing
General Business Agent oa the
Answers all Correspondence of every
Receives orders of every descripiton
rrom the v arious Islands, and
attends to Shipments Promptly.
'S ofliee is conducted on Sound Busi
ness Principles, and all Patrons
tind him Energetic and Attentive
to their business wants.
Give Wiseman a Call.
Queen S: Edinburgh Streets,
WHOLESALE fc RKTATI.
HAY AND GRAIN.
Telephone No. 175.
Goods delivered promptly.
Inland Orders Solicited.
Tie Celebrated Matchless Polisl,
FOR SALE AT
MCLEAN'S CIGAR STORE,
No. 78 Hotel street.
Sole Agent for Hawaiian Isl mds.
ON AND AFTER THIS DATE ALL OUR
accounts will be rendered monthly instead
of quarterly, as heretofore.
S. J. LEVEV & CO.
Ilonolulu, Feb. 2nd, ISS5. 497 tf
TTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUB
LIC. Otlice with the Attorney General. Alii-
olani Hale, Ilonolulu, H. I
ri, a T Tz i' ti
Mtuve iuur iie rmmn.
yOU CAN MAKE YOUR WIFE HAPPY BY
X purchasing her one of them
Lately imported by MESSRS. E.
SON, and supply the same with
O. HALL &
I O JE
From the People's Ice and Refrigerating Com
pany's works. Said Company's Ice contains eight
degrees more cold storage than any other Ice
made at the Hawaiian Islands.
t3T Orders for Ice left at the store of MESSRS.
S. J. LEVEY & CO. will receive prompt atten
SALE OF FURNITUKE,
Taken upon a Distress for Rent.
BY DIRECTION OF JAS. STEINER, I AM
directed to sell at Public Auction, at niy
salesroom, Queen street, on
Friday, May 1, 185,
At 12 M., the following Furniture:
1 Walnut Bedstead ;
1 Bureau ;
1 Washstand ;
1 Spring Mattress :
1 Toilet Table ;
Being the same distrained from the premises of
JOHN BROWN, in rear of Hotel street, No. 99,
Honolulu, on March 20, 1935, for non-payment of
rent, by said Jas. steiner.
E. P. ADAMs, Auctioneer.
Dated Honolulu. April 9, lSO. 61-aplO-td
G. W. Macfarlaiie & Co.,
JNXirrlees, Watson fc Co., Glasgow
John Fowler & Co Leeds,
Have ou haud, for immediate delivery,
OXE TIUPLE EFFECT 0 feet pans, 3,435 square feet of heat-
iuij surface, with pumping engine complete.
ONE DOUBLE EFFECT G feet pans, 2,290 square feet of Lea
iug surface, with pumping engine complete.
Iron staging for cither of tho above apparatus.
ONE 26x54 MILL, with engine, gearing, cane and niegass carriers
complete; one spare 26x."4 roller.
SPARE PINIONS, wheels ami segments for 26 inch mills.
ONE PAIR OF COMPOUND BOILERS, 6x19.0 feet and 15.9
feet; complete mountings and spare boiler tubes.
ONE 24 INCH GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE, 6 inch cylinders.
PERMANENT AND PORTABLE RAILROADS, 10 and 14 pound
WESTON CENTRIFUGALS, single and in gets of two and four
with Mirrlees, "Watson & Co.'s new and improved arrangement of mixer
and framing. Spare spindles, bushes, pulleys, etc., for centrifugals; cen
trifugal linings, rubber buffers, Helvetia belting, sugar carrying rubber
IRON CANE CARS.
BOGIE CANE CARS.
TIPPING WAGONS, for excavating- and road making.
PLANTERS studying economy should inspect- tho Glasgow Filter
Presses, Cane-top Cutters and Drilling Machines.
G. W. Macfarlaiie & Co.
Also offer for sale
Clarifiers, Flat Coolers, Tipping Coolers, Cooler Wagons, Crab Winches,
Chain Blocks to lift 10, 20, 30 and 40 cwt., J3ourdon Pressure and
Vacuum Gauges, Rubber Valves for Vacuum Pumps, Steel Sleepers and
Clutch Bolts for Portable Track, Car Springs, Railroad Spikes, Plate
Layers, Spares and Tools, Hammers,
etc., etc., and they would call particular
and Thermometers, imported specially
Also, to a few samples of Iron Fence Railing.
Estimates furnished for any machinery or ironwork on application to.
G. W.. Macfarlaiie & Co.,
PACIFIC HAEDWAKE COMPANY,
Nucceftsora to Dillingham A '.
Light Steel Plows.
" They are the BEST DOUBLE Fl'llHOW TLOWS we ercr used." C. A, CAAI'IN, Manager
"It is the BEST BREAKING PLOW I ever used." J. L. RICHARIKSON, Manager Waianae
"The VERY BEST BREAKING PLOW 1 ever used in this or any other country." WM. Y.
HORNER, Ihaina, Maui.
New Goods received per " Morning .Star " and other late arrivals : Hilver Plated Ware, Htoven.
Ranges and Tinware; Refrigerators and fee Chests; House Furnishing Goods, Chandelier, Lamps
and Lanterns; Koap and Candles. Balance of consignment of Clocks very low.
OIL ! OIL ! OIL ! OIL ! OIL 1 OIL ! OIL !
Skidirate, Genuine Albany Cylinder, Lubricating, Lard. Peanut, Cantor and Neatsfoot. PalntK,
Paint Oil, Turpentine, Varnishes. California Wind Mills, the best In use. A very complete stock of
Hardware and Agricultural Implements. Correspondence solicited.
5u52-aP7 iy PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY, Ilonolulu.
IL'. O. HALL & SOILS" (Limited),
Have just received from Boston, ex. steam barkentine MORNING STAR, at.d by other late
arrivals, the following, viz:
DUWXER'S KKOS.F. OIL, TIBPEMIXB A'I l'AI.VT OIf
BOSTON CARD MATCHES, IU'XT'N H'1L.'1 AXES,
HUNTS HATCHETS (All Klml , X Oil WALK LOCKS,
ICC CIIEAM FltEEZF.US, .lEFKMiEKATOUS,
ERASIVE SOAP, COLUATirS TOILET SOAPN,
YELLOW MIXDKY SOAP. CASTILE A HARNESS SO A I.
Stoyes and Ranges
OF ALL SIZES.
And Kitchen Furniture
Of Every Description.
Iron, Granite Ware,
Wire Cloth (all KiZf-s,,
Packing, all kinds,
AXLE GREASE. Also, Neat's Foot
Just to hand, a new lot of Hall'M Celebrated Plow and Breaker, and about two
hundred pairs of Plow Handle of all sizes. Also, extra Plow Share to fit all our plowi.
Plow neaniN. All kinds of Agricultural Implement needed for rice or cane culture.
A Fine Stock of Shelf Hardware Constantly on Hand.
We make a specialty of tilling orders :or country stores and plantations, and with our superior
facilities and long experience, can do so with the greatest dispatch.
All our Good are of the Bent Quality, mid are Mold at LoweMt Market Rate.
32. O. HALL & SOjST.
Rail Benders, Rail Tongs, Files,
attention to some Saccharomcter3
for boiling-house use.
nul Samuel Xotf.
Made from our
Tin- LitKt Stock In th
AI.ii l.. t. Including
Lurd oil, in !. und ibl,.,
l'.l.K'k Oii, : i barrels, -Skidtv;te
Oil, in cttneH,
Cylinder Oil, in cunt e,
J I 'a Dili ne oil, in cam s,
Sperm Oil, in drums
and Teauut Oil by the case or gallon.