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THE DAlLy PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.
tbe Moon Daring May, IH5. D. 11. 10 M. llr.u Last Quarter s The Rising Setting of the Sun The sun rises to-morrow morning at 5:25 o'clock The sua sets this evening at 6:Z7 o'clock. L'OKT OF HONOLULU, 11. 1. ARRIVALS. Tcksbay, May r. stmr Waimanalo, Nellson. from Waimanalo. Stmr Kaplolani. from Kw :ichr Ehukai, from Waialua DEPART PRES. TCKS.AT,May S. Stmr Kinau, King, lor Maul and Hawaii, at 4 P Stair Planter, Cameron, for Nawlliwili, Wal iuea, Koloa, Eleele, and Kekaba, Kauai, at 5 p. m. Stmr Kilauea Hou, Welsbartn, for all ports f Hawaii from Paauhau to Onomea, at 5 p.m. Schr Manuokawal, forKoolan Schr Kauikeaouli, for Kohala fcehr Caterlna, for if analel Vessels Leaving Till Day Am brgtne J I) Sprcckels, Frlis. for War. Fran cisco Schr Emma, for Waianae Schr Leahl, for Kohala Schr Ka Moi, for Laupahoehoe Schr Wailele for Maliko Schr Mana, for Honomu FOKKIUN VESSELS IX PORT. Bark Forest Queen (Am), Neilson, from Han 1 tja n c i SCO Bktne W II Dimond (Atn), Houdlett, from San Francisco . , ... U H Hartford, Rear-Admiral Upshur, from Val paraiso . . ,. , Schr General Slegel (Haw), A Lovell, from Mouth Sea Islands Am bktne Katie Fllckinger, JC ouDg,froru Newcastle, N S W Am Missionary steam-bkthe Morning Mar, I. Bray, fraai Boston Brig ATlie Howe, J B Holland Bktne John Smitli (Ann, Kustel, from New castle. NSW , RgtiieJohn D Sprcckels (Ami, Frits, from San t'rnii ci sco Bgtne W II Meyer (Amj, Paul, from San Fran- Cisco Bark Neptune (Am), Cozens, Irom Newcastle, N S W " BarkThos K Foster (Haw,. Rugg, from New castle, N M W Vessels Expected from Foreign Ports. Kchr Jennie Walker (Haw). Anderson, from Fanning' Island, due May 25-3 Bgtne W O Irwin (Am), Turuer, from San Fran cisco, due May 25-30 O S S Mariposa (Am), H M Hay ward, from San Francisco, due May 8 U M S S Australia (Brit), H C Ghest, from San Francisco, due May 17 Bark Ceyloti (Am;,, Barstow, from Departure Bay, due May 10-lo Am bark Autumn, from Newcastle, NSW, due May 510 Brit bark Oriente, Hughes, from Liverpool, due May SO Am bktne Mary Winkelman, Radius, from San Francisco, due May 35 30 Steamship Zealandia, H Webber, from the Col onies, due May 10 Brit bark Tvcoon, from Sydney, due May 2530 Am bktne Eureka, J Lee, from San Francisco, due May 20 25 Brit bark Jupiter, from Liverpool, due July 110 vessels okri1'k. Bark Ferris S Thompson (Am), Matsou.froui San Francisco, due at Kahului April 28-ao Bark CO Whit more (Am), Calhoun, from Port Townsend, due April 27 S0 Bark Chasca (Brit). Irom Liverpool, due April 10-15 Bark Mendota. from New York, due March 25-31 Brit bark James O Blaine, Irom San Pedro, due March Brit bark Birmah, Wltta, from Glasgow, due April 30 Am bark Amy Turner, Newell, from Boston, due April 30 Am bktne Beuluh, from Newcastle, NSW. Due May 15th, PASSENGERS. Fr Waimea. Llhue and Kekaha, Kauai, rer Planter, May 5 R;L Auerbacb, T K Kalaeone, J Simpson, and 40 deck. For Lahalna, Mahukona and Hilo, per Kinau. May 5 Ills Excellency Hon Paul Neumann, Hon Si O Wilder, Mrs H O Wilder and servant, Hon A F rnd Mrs Judd and child, Hon K Preston. W K Castl and child, M Louison, W F Reynolds, b L Oow, E Macfle, Hon Jos Nawahi, W Turner, C J Falk, Rev Father Oliver, R R Hinds, JKHoo kano, A Mahaulu, and about 73 deck. IMPORTS. From San Francisco, per bark Forest Queen, May 4 Allen Herbert, 85 cask beer; H Hack leld & Co, C cases dry goods. 1 bale rubber belt, 0j tous sand, 4r,224 hard bricks, 150,000 shingles, 500 sks bran. 520 qr sks Hour, 371 sks barley and 191 sks wheat: H May & Co, 85 sks bread W bales hay and 8.i tins crackers; Colonel C H Judd. 85 sks bran and 40 bales hay; C Afong, 100 bales hay and i::5 sks feed. Orders ; 12 cases clocks, 50 hales hav, 225 kegs nails, 30 doors, 43 cases fix tures, 12 Ibis tar. 25rt pkgs feed and about 200 pkgs miscellaneous mdse. SHIPPIXG XOTES. The steamer Waimanalo, on the 5th instant, brought 500 bags ot sugar from Waiman..!o. The steamers Mokolii and James Makee will arrive to day. The schooner Klmkai, on the 5th Instant, brought 3,010 oranges and 3j basis corn from Waialua. A. F. Cooke expects the schooner Jennie Walker, Captain Anderson, to arrive here from Fanning' Island on or about the 25th instant. The American biigantine J. I). Sprcckels sails at 1 o'clock this afternoon for San Francisco, with 7,325 bags sugar and KOO bags rice. She carries six saloon passengers. Tbe Hawaiian bark T. U, Foster, which since her arrival has been moored in the stream, was hauled alongside the 1. M. S. S. Co.'s wharf on the 5th Instant to discharge her coal. The American bark Amy Turuer, Captain Newell, consigned to Messrs. C. Brewer fc Co., sailed from Boston on March Sth with a general cargo of merchandise for this port, and some In transit for Hongkong. She w ill arrive here on or about July Otb. The steamer Kilauea Ilou, for Uaajakua, loaded about 200 tons of general merchandise and 20.000 feet of lumber, on the 5th lustaiit. The Ameii -an barkentine Katie Flickinger took in sugar from the schooners Caterina, Leahi and Emma on the 5th instant. She will sail for San Francisco on the t'tu Instant with about 750 tons i.f hU','ar. She will finish loading ou the SUi in. slant. Ofliciul ll''itions lJ Admiral Miur. 'eU?rday, the 5ih instant, a number of ofiieial visits were paid to the U. S. S. Hart ford. At 1 o'clock, a. m., their Excellencies, W. M. Gibson. Minister of Foreign Af fairs; C. T. Gulick, Miuisttr of tbe In terior, and Paul Neumann, Attorney-General, were received on board. At-11 o'clock His Excellency, J. O. Douii nis. Governor of Oahu and Maui, accom panied by JIujur An tone Bosa and Major J. D. Holt, Jr.. of his Staff, were received. At 1:30 p. m. Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief Jus tice, and Mr. J. H. Soper, Marshal of the Kingdom, were received. Upon the arrival of each group of official thev were received by Admiral Upshur, the members of his Staff, and the officers of the vessel, in full uniform, while the Hawaiian flag was displayed at the foremast head. Upon their departure they were saluted by seventeen guns. ThU morning His Majesty the King will pay a risit of courtesy to the ship, when he will be received with the customary onors Phases of LOCAL AND GENERAL. The Trustees of the Sailors' Home Society will hold a meeting to-morrow, at tLe Home, at 10:30 a. ni. The wooden building on Fort street occu pied by Oertz's shoe shop and Marchant's cigar store ia having a galvanized iron roof put on. The Lox plau of the Music Hall for next Thursday evening's performance of " Hazel Kirke" will l open to-day at noon at J. E. Wiseman's. The Minister of the Interior is ornament ing the grounds about Li3 handsome resi dence on King street by having some fine palm3 set out. There are twenty-fire cases on the calen dar of the Third Circuit Court, which will commence its session on Thursday next at Hilo. The term will be terminated in time to permit the members of the Court returning to Honolulu on the 16th instant. The sale of tickets for he Montague Turner concerts at Mr. J. E. Wiseman's has been as successful as was anticipated. The plan has been adopted of issuing five coupon tickets for the entire season, and single tickets, and single tickets, there being a dis tinctive color for each night. Some applications have been made to offi cers of the U. S. S. Hartford by men wish ing to join Uncle Sara's naval service, but owinjj to the rule that the commanding ofQ cers of United States vessels cannot ship more than their complement, and the Hart ford having tilled lip at Valparaiso, these applications have been refused. By permission of his Excellency Governor Domini, the Royal Hawaiian Band will participate in to-morrow evening's per formance at the Music Hall, on tho occasion of an entertainment to be given by the San Francisco Dramatic Company, in aid of the funds of the Fost of the G. A. R., Honolulu. The band will play in uniform upon the stage. The past three months have been the coldest recorded on these islands for a num ber of years. It is very soldom that the use of blankets as part of the bedding in nil wall regulated familes in Honolulu has been th rule for weeks together, as it is now and has been during the past Winter. Probably this " cold wave" will be found to have ex tended over a large part of the habitable globe. Dr. J. II. Clark, surgeon, and Dr. J. M. Murray, past assistant surgeon of U. S. S. Hartford, accompanied Dr. E. Cook Webb to the branch Leper Hospital and Lunatic Asylum, and expressed themselves as being greatly pleased with the order and good management observable in both institutions. It is understood that Dr. Murray will write a report on the subject of leprosy for the Medical Bureau of the U. S. Navy Depart ment. Tlrf Crater of Kilauea A Fine lie tn re. . At the picture store of King Bros., on Ho tel street, there is on exhibition for a few days a beautiful picture of the burning lake of Kilauea, painted by Mr. Jules Tavernier for W. G. Irwin, Esq. The picture is some what smaller than the one exhibited last winter at the Hawiian Hotel, and is, in our opinion, even a finer work of art than the first one. The composition is more artistic, the points of light and shade being better balanced, and the tone, though brilliant, more delicate. The first pic ture is faithful in depicting the burn ing lake as one would see it for the first time ; the present view is that brought out after a more deliberate study of the subject and its surroundings. Greater prominence is given to the sky beyond the lake, and with admirable effect. We con gratulate the artist upon his success, and Mr. Irwin upon having secured so fine a work of art. Police Court. BKFOUK TOI.ICE JUSTICE BICKEI'.TON. Tuesday, May 5th. Edmunds pleaded guilty to the charge of drunkenness, and was fined S3 and $1 costs. Kaauaaupu, remanded from the 4th in stant on the charge of larceny of a tumbler, was remanded again until the Gth instant. Mr. Knssell for defendant. Ah Man, remanded from the 4th instant on a charge of larceny of sundry fowls, leaded not guilty. It being clearly proved that defendant was caught in another man's fowl house at night, with four chickens not his own in a bag, and that ho tried to es cape, he was found guilty and sentenced to six months' imprisonment with hard labor, lsotopaySl 20 cost?. Kahele, Kauakaole and Limu were charged with malicious mischief. They pleaded not guilty and were remanded until tho 6th instant. W. A. Kihe, remanded" from the 2Sth ultimo, was re-remanded until the llth instant. Man Francisco Dramatic Company. The play of Damon aud Tythias " was well rendered last evening at the Music Hall by the San Francisco Dramatic Com pany. The acting was spirited, and tho tableaux effective. The audience was larger than on previous nights, but not what it should have been in point of numbers, con sidering the really good acting displayed throughout the piece. To-morrow niht the interesting play of "Hazel Kirke" will be given, for the benefit of the l'ost of the Grand Army of the lie public located litre. Combined Concert at the Royal Ila. wniiaii Hotel. There will bo a graud concert this even ing at the Hawaiian Hotel by the combined bands of the U. S. S. Hartford and the IJoyal Hawaiiaus. The concert is given in honor of Admiral Upshur and the officers of the U. S. si. Uartford. The following is the programme : PART I KOYAL HAWAIIAN BAND. March, ' Tannhauser. ." Wagner Overture " Titus" Mozart HACTFOBD BAND. Selection" Le Fetit Dua" Le Cocq Fantasia "Oh How Delightful !" Catlin PART II COMBINED BAXDS. Overture " Light Cavalry " Suppe Selection ' Faust " . Gounod Waltz " Southern Lreeze " Meisler Medley War Recollections " Beyer "Aloha Oe," "Star Spangled Banner," " Hawaii Ponoi." A Great Business Agency. Our advertising colacin3 contain au an- J uouncement cf the various branches of the I agency business which Mr. J. E. Wiseman j of Honolulu has ppecially made his own. Established in 1879, Mr. Wiseman's house i J now one of the recognized business institu- I tions cf this city, and the energy and push j of its founder has done much to make Hone- lulu known in foreign parts. The advan tage of such a responsible business agency to local traders and others who cannot a fiord to keep trained book-keepers will be appa rent, when it is stated that Mr. J. E. Wise man is a thorough accountant and under takes the keeping and examination of books and accounts, making collections, etc., upon reasonable terms. He also acts &3 insurance broker, house agent and valuer, and trans acts a general commission and agency busi ness. His functions are so varied, however, that readers are referred to his advertise ment for more elaborate details. Happy Married Life. The Honorable If. A. Widemann and Mrs. Widemann celebrated the thirty-fifth anniversary of their wedding day at their residence at Tunabou last evening. Be sides their family, consisting of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Uerger, Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Macfarlane, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Macfar lanc, Miss Minna Widemann, and several younger children, there were some thiriy five or forty friends present, to do honor to the occasion. The house and grounds were brilliantly illuminated, and the genial host and hostess, as young for the nonce as any of their guests, received the many congratula tions and good wishes of all present, in which they are joined by many absent ones at home and abroad. .Supreme Court. BEFORE CHIEF JUSTICE JUDD. Tuesday, May 5th. The Wo Keo Company, on petition of Chun Chan Kee, represented by A. S. Hart well, was adjudged bankrupt. Ah Chong, on petition of II. Hackfeld v Co. and M. Phillips & Co., represented by L. F. Bickerton, was also adjudged bank rupt. May 19th was set as the day for prov ing claims and electing assignees in both cases. MISCELLANEOUS. Esquimau and Victoria, 15. C.f are to bo made almost impreguable, Great Britain having determined to hold these points at all hazards, in consequence of their value as outfitting and coaling stations. Colored men are not admitted to the practice of law in Maryland, yet it was the only State in the Union that manu mitted its slaves by its own free will months before the Emancipation Procla mation of President Lincoln. The suicide mania in Vienna is assum ing alarming proportions. On January 29th no less than six killed themselves and attempts at suicide were recorded. besides three cases in which it was undecided whether they were suicides or crimes. The largest vessel on Lloyd's fifty years- ago, when the register was established, was the George IV., of 1.34S tons. Now there are 195 vessels of over 3,000 tons, one of them, the' City of Rome, being more than six times as large as the George IV. Germany is taking steps at once to safe guard her possessions at Cameroon by sending out a standing garrison of some thing like 800 men. The old wooden sloop-of-war Ilerlha, at Kiel, is to be rigged up without delay aud proceed to Cameroon as a barrack ship. There are COO acres of laud under culti vation at the reservation at Pyramid Lake, Nevada, from which the Indians raised last year 20,000 pounds of grain, besides potatoes, cabbages, onions and other veg etables. There are over 60 Indians ou the reservation. All have wagons and farming utensils. The Government sup plies are all freighted from Wadsworth by Indian teams, for which they receive $10 per ton from Uncle Sam. Navy blue and olive green are an- nounced as the ruling colors of the day. . An additional $150,000 has been subscribed for the American Catholic University, making the fund now $450,000. " Marriages a specialty ; acceptable at all hours; strangers particularly invited,'' is the unique advertise ment of a clergyman at York, Pennsylvania. Of the French Senators elected on the 25th of January, ten are Protect ants, which is three times as many, in proportion to the population, as the Catholics have. The Pope reached the age of 75 on the 2d of last month. The semi-centenary of his ordination to the priest hood occurs not this year, as has been stated, but in 1SS7. The fourth centenary of the birth of IJugpnhagen, the associate of Lu ther, will be celebrated on the 25th of next June. A statue of him is to be erected at "Wittenberg. The statement is made that the average salary of Congregation;!! ministers in Connecticut, the strong holu of the denomination, is $l,.'ioo, the highest being $j,X0, and the low est $400. Shaw Bros., the most extensive tanners in the world, who failed two years ago for neaily $5,000,000, have settled with their creditors aud re sumed their extensive business in Maine. In Chicago there is one Evangeli cal church to 4,117 souls. There are thirty-six Roman Catholic and ten other churches not counted as Evan gelical, with fourteen Jewish synagogues. 1 ik atcrrtis.-rariiis. guvrmstramw. THE PACIFIC GREAT REAL ESTATE AND General Business Offices! OF. J. E. WISEMAN, HONOLULU. II. I. O. BOX 315. TELEPHONE 172. tEtablinet 1S79., The following various branches of business will f-nable the public n thP Islandi and from abroad to j?ain general information on all matters in the following departments: Real Cstate Department Buys and sells Iteal Kstate In all parts of the Kinzdom. Values lieal Kstate anl Properly in city and suburbs. Rents and leases Houses, Cottages, Rooms and frauds. Attends to Insurance, Tuxes, Repairing and C'ollectiiier of Rentals. Iravs legal papers cf every nature searches Titles, Records, Ktc- Employment Department Kinds Kmployinent in all brandies of industry connected with tbe Idtauds. General Business Matters Keep Rooks and Accounts, collect Rills, loans or invest Moneys. Penmanship, Engrossing: and all kinds of Copying done. Procure Fire aud Life lusurauce. Advertisements and Correspondence attended to. Information of every description connected with the Islands coming from abroad f-illy answered. Custom House Broker. Merchants will lind this Department a special benefit to them, as I attend to entering goods tnrough power or Attorney and delivering the same at a small commission. Soliciting .Ijrent for the "M L'Tl'A I, LIKE INSURANCE COMPANY OK NEW YORK," the largest, grandest and soundest Insurance Company in the world, AGENT for the Groat Burliiixtoit Railway Kouto," Iu America. Travelers Journeying by rail in America will end this route the most comfortable and most delightful. The scenerv i.i the grandest going East, and with the PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS and good meals along the trip, polite attention from employees and reason able fare no route can excel this. MR. O. K. MILLER, my Chief Clerk, specially attends to this Department, and for information, guidebooks, maps, etc., he will extend every courtesy. AGENT for the Iloiioltilii Kojnl Opera House. Managers of first-class companies abroad will address me for terms, etc. DEPARTMENTS. Ilal Estate Broker. Custom IIoohc Itroker. Money Itroker. I ire aul Lite Insurance Aent. Employment Ajreut, Itailroaii Ascnt and General Husine Ageut. Al)MtlS: J. E. WISEMAN, 1 -nijO-SC HONOLULU, II. I. I?or Hongkong, TO SAIL ON MAY 7TH. THE FAST SAILING CLIPPER BRIG .1. IJ. HOLLAND Master l j- For freight or p.isnge apply to KRKETII A PEACOCK, A?ents. 1 'J-niy7 Lease of Valuable Land. AKCTION SA LE. I wiil si 11 at Public Auction at the Court House in the TOWN OK HILO uu SATl RIUV. the :i:nl day or 'June Next.at I.' o'clock noon, the leas? for TEN YEARS of a valuable tract of land in Ponahawai, near the Town of Hilo, containing 325 acres more or less This land comprises a large area of fertile cane and kalo land, and lies in clese proximity to the town. Least at expense of purchasers. I'ptet I'rice per Annum. 93.10. I.. S E E II A SCE, AUOTIONKER. 131-je30 H1I.O. April :)0, 1885. NOTICE. t Ml 2 Y tees of the Sailors' Home Society will be held at the Home on THUKDAY next, the 7th Mar, 1885, at hall-past 10 a. ni. The attendance of the members of the Board is particularly requested, as business of importance will be transacted, l'er order, ;iny6-Ut.. F. A. SCHAKFKK, -Sec'y. XOTICE. -1HE T.UX l'LAX FOK THURSDAY KVKX J ing's performance, " HAZEL KIRKE," will be open to-day at noou, sharp, at the otlice of J. K. W1SEMAX. This play is under the auspices of the iraiid Army of the Republic. I'ome ami secure 5otir peats. 134-mK GREAT WESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY. IliJAD OPFICB. .) W ALL STREET, . fcVT VOKC T Hhe above tompany liavlns enfab lis'ned an Agency at uononuu, lor trio Hawa iian Isl.iiKl.i, t lie ini'iersie "n r muhiui i 10 accept and write M i i 1 IN L . UN MfS'chaudise, Freights. Treasure, t::nmissions, ?.nd l.u-is. WM, C. IRWIN & CO., ijy.'wlf Managers for Hawaiian Inlands UNION Fire ami Marine Iusurauec Co. or ch Zealand. CAI'II AU : : 1 0,000,000 Having Established an Ajfeuey at Honolulu, for the Hawaiian Islands, the un dersigned are prepared to accept risks against Fire in dwellings, stores warehouses and merchandise, on favorable terms. Marine risks on cargo, freights, bottomry, profits and commissions. L.oes promptly adjusted Ji payable. 123-dwtf WM. G. IRWIN & CO. Commercial Advertiser STKAM BOOK AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE H prepared to do all kinds of Commercial & Legal Work COBRECTLY AND WITH DISPATCH. Haviuy just KeceireJ a Complete anJ New Assortment of Job Types mid Ornaments Of the Lit'-st Styles, from the most Cele bra ted Foundries of the United States', and employing only Experienced and Tasty Workmen, wc are prepared to tutu out Letter Heads. Hill Head. Cireiilam, Note Heal. Statement. lMllnor I.atiHK. oniraeiM, Mortaye lllauk, I.easte, Sliippini; tuulraeU, (In Hawaiian A English; C'aleuilarM. lilank Cheeks, IIoimI. Stock Certificate. IStiHiue Cards. Meal Cheeks, Milk Ticket, Hank Check, Orders. Keeeiit. Marriage Certificate. Diplomat, Catalogue, Itlottiiiur I'ads, IkriiK'n itH I.ahelw. Eiiveloie. Shiiiiu- Iteeeii't. Halt I'rorammet. Theatre l'ro-f rammeM, And in fact everuthinq which a Firxf Clanx Office ocin do. P. 0. A. Jot) Printing Office FEED CO,, Ml WVil Quefti d: Edinburgh Streets, WHOLKSALK 4 KKTAIL Dealers l. II A V AM ORAI.V, Telephone No. ITS. (iooils deliver'.1 pio,ptly. Iiland Orders Solicited. 361 if Pantheon Stables, Cor. Fort &, Hotel Streets. LIVERY, BOARDING, 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. Excellent Saddle Horses for Ladies and Gentlemen. Guaranteed Gentle. Carrin? "os. 2, 21, 40, 17, 1, 19, ."SO, 31, 52 and 53. Double and single teams always to he had on livery at the most reasonable rates. Large and small omnibus fr picnics and excur sion parties, carrying from 10 to W passengers, can always be secured by special arrangements. Omnibus lime tables can be obtained oy apply ing at the otiice. The Eon;; ISraiicli Itathin House can always be secured far picnic or excursion parties by applying at the oilier. Corner fort an. I Hotel Streets. Telephone No. :i 1. JAS. (). IVopnVtor. Notice of Copyright. 1; it r.-tiieiulii-reil rlixt iri the l.'.fh il:iv of Al)r)I. I A. D. lVi, THE "PACIl IC COMMERCIAL AD- ; VERTISER COMPANY of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, In accordance with section 3 ot "Au Act to encourage learning in this Kiugdom by securing the copies of charrs and books to the authors and proprietors of such copies, approved on the 31st of December, A. D. 1st; I.'' have deposited in this oflice the title of their book, tnUtled "THE HAWAIIAN LIVE STOCK BOOK AND REG ISTER," contaiuing the names, ages, pedigrees and other particulars concerning foreign and do mestic (native) live stock within the Hawaiian Kingdom, compiled from information given by owners, the rights of which they claim as owners and proprietors. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the Interior Depart ment to be affixed at Hoifolulu this 16th day of April, A. D. 1865. (Signed) CHAS. T. GULICK, ap21-2iadJtw Minister cf Interior. G. W. Macfarlane & Co, AGENTS FOK JVXirrlees, Watson & Co., Glasgow, AND John Fowler & Co- Leeds, Have on hand, for immediate delivery, OXE TRIPLE EFFECT G feet pans, 3,435 square feet of heat ing surface, with pumping engine complete. ONE DOUBLE EFFECT (J feet pans, 2,290 square feet of Leu ing surface, with pumping engine complete. Iron staging for either of the above apparatus. ONE 26x54 MILL, with engine, gearing, cane ,and megass carriers complete; one spare 26x5 1 roller. SPAKE PINIONS, wheels ami segments for 26' inch mills. ONE PA1K OF COMPOUND JJOILEKS, 6x19.0 feet ami 15.9 feet; complete mountings and spare boiler tubes. ONE 21 INCH GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE, 6 inch cylinders. PERMANENT AND PORTABLE RAILROADS, 10 and 14 pound rails. WESTON CENTRIFUGALS, single and in bets of two and lour with Mirrleeb, AVatson & Co.'s new and improved arrangement of mixer and framing. Spare spindles, bushes, pulleys, etc., for centrifugals; cen trifugal linings, rubber butters, Helvetia belting, sugar carrying rubber bands. IRON CANE CARS. BOGIE CANE CARS. TIPPING WAGONS, for excavating aud road making. PLANTERS studying economy should inspect the Glasgow Filter Presses, Cane-top Cutters and Drilling Machines. -:o:- G. W. Macfarlane Also offer for Bale Clari tiers, Flat Coolers, Tipping Coolers, Cooler Wagons, Crab "Winches, Chain Blocks to lift 10, 20, oO and 40 cwt., Bourdon Pressuro 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, Rail Benders, Rail Tongs, Files, ete., etc., and they would call particular attention to some Saccharometers and Thermometers, imported specially for boiling-house use. Also, to a few samples of Iron Fence Railing. Estimates furnished for any machinery or ironwork on application to G. W. Macfarlane & Co., 4C-m3 PACIFIC HAEDAVARE COMPANY, (LIMITED), KueeeMori to Dillingham t Co. nml Samuel JVolf. BKF.AKKR. l.ttiibit Fnrro. a n i I.iSjt.l Steel l'lo.vs " They are the RKST DOUBLE FI'ltRoW I'LOWK we ever used." jr. A. CHAl'IN, Manages. Kohala Plantation. "It is the BEST BREAKING PLOW I ever used." ;J. L. RICHARDSON, Manager Walinae Plantation. "The VERY BEST BREAKING PLOW . I ever used in this or any other country." WM Y. HORNER, f-nhaina, Maui. :o : New Goods received per Morning Star " and other late arrivals : Silver Plated Ware, Stoves. Ranges and Tinware; Refrigerators and Ice Cheats ; House Furnishing Goods, C'haridelieri, Imp and Lanterns; Soap and Candles. Balance of consignment of Clocks very low. OIL ! OIL ! OIL ! OIL ! OIL ! OIL ! OIL ! Skidgate, Genuine Albany Cylinder, Lubricating, Lard. Peanut, Castor and Neatsfoot. Paints, Paint Oil, Turpentine, Varnishes. California Wind Mills, the best In use. A very complete stock of Hardware and Agricultural Implements. Correspondence solicited. ou-r-apriy PACIFIC HAHDWAKE COMPANY, Honolulu. Ul. O. HALL & SOIST (Limited), Have Just received from Boston, ex. steam barken tine MORNING STAR, and by other Iat" arrivals, tbe following, viz: lOWEKS MEIOSEE OIJL, TlKl'LXTIM; AN'I 1AIXT OIE, HOSTOX CAHI MATCHES, IHXTS H'II,I AXKS, I IE NTS HATCHETS (All Kinds , XOKWAEK LO((N, ICE CREAM FREEZERS, ERASIVE SOAI YELLOW EAI XIIKY SO .11. Stoye; and Raii-s OK ALL SIZES. And Kitchen rcriiiiuic of Every Pcscripfoii. Iron, Granite Ware, Wire CI t.'i :i!l h.i s , Cotton Waste, Packing, all kiuiis. AXLE GUEASi'J. Also, Neat's Foot Just to Laud, a new lot of Hair Celebrated Plows aud llreaker, aud about two hundred pairs of Plow Handles of all sizes. Also, extra Plow Shares to fit all our plows. Plow Ilea in. 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 for country stores and plantations, and with our sujwrlur facilities and long experience, can do so with the greatest dispatch. All our Goods are of the Best quality, mid are sold at Lowest Market Hates.-- E. O. HALL & SON. Co. Honolulu, Madf- fri.ni our ill piitterii'l. llli.SI 1 Jill , .tEFRIGERATORS, COLGATE'S TOILET SOAPS, CASTILE AMI HARXESS NOAI. Mricatinz OiLs, 'I In- L.u;;i st st,ck in the M.irK' t. Including l.nrd Oil, In s and bids., Idack ' i oai r l, sui leute Oil, in oise-i, Cylimler Oil. In cases, l araliue Oil, in cases, sperm Oil, In Vrums and barrels, aul Peanut Oil by the case or gallon. f 2 is ay 20