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- t- - ..w"v- ' . ' . V. .-V VOL. VI. NO. 175. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1887. PRICE 5 CENTS. THE DAILY Jvdvrrtisenunts. Oil! COAST IXDIAXS. Zlubtrtisfnitnts. asiJiBHliiBftf I i i i ft WW II v r i i U Hi IIS 1 U g ii t H Pacific Commercial Advertiser is PLBLLnKD Every Morning Except Sundays. SCKSCRIITIONS : Daily R. O Daily P. c Daily l '. Daily P. e. Wkkki.v P Advkkti.skb, One year 00 AuvtltrhKR, six month-: 3 00 A uvKuriSKK, three months 1 50 AbVKHiKKii, pr mouth 50 t'. A uvi:nr!.sKii, one year 5 00 (?! S.Tiltloii, W. P. C. A. , Including Oi.cf.-tv) 6 50 Payable 1 variably n Advance THE "BOB VEAL" TRADE. How the Traffic Is CoiidMrted in tlie Vicinity of r York. March anl April are the busiest months of the season in the bob veal aini jerked beef traffic. During thee months the calf butch ers, s called, swarm throughout the dairy districts, collecting of the farmers their green calves, seldom more than twenty-four hours old, and their skinny, worn out and tottering cows, that are past giving milk on account of old ae, or of the exhaustion and decrepitude brought on by stimulating and unwholesefne feeds. Green calves weigh forty to fifty pounds each, and cost the butcher $1 to while for the bony wrecks of the dairy he pays ?" to 1 apiece, according to the ani mal's condition. In pursuing the trarllc each calf butcher has his territory, through which he maives regular semi weekly rounds during the calv ing season, or from February 1 to June 1. This part of the business is carried on in all of the dairy districts within 150 miles of New York, without any attempt at concealment by thj trallkkers, or any interference by the local authorities. Concerning the extent of the traffic, it may be stated that in the height of the season from seven to ten meat cars are run into Jervej City every nigh., each car load I with several tons of the unwholesome meat. Occasionally a car load or a wagon load is seized and cie stroyed by the health officers, but the business pays so well ia tho lonjj run that the butcher or the city dealer can lc.-e one shipment out of three and itill not a handsome profit from the tratSc. The principal customers for this class of meat aro the sausageuikers, the canning factories, the cheap restaurants and tha butch ers in the poorer quarters of tho city. Irge quantities of the veal are packed and sold as canned chicken, and it is also largely used in making Frankfurters. Too beef tinds its way upon the food market in the form of canned corned leef and Bologna sauseige, and of the soups, roasts, and steaks of cheip restaurants. Most of tha stuff thus filmed off upon the public is shockingly unfit for human food and certaiu to breed disease wherever freely con turned. New York Sun. Marrying an Heiress. V'hen a 3'oung man marries an heiress the changes in Lis outward condition are subtle but none the less interesting. Very soon miraculously soon indeed he becomes a little stouter, and hLs ualk is slower, his feet being planted more solidly and more carefully than they were when they carried a bachelor. His clothes turn darker by ona shade at least, and his watch chain is certainly a thought heav ier. The handle of his umbrella, also, has become i erceptibly bigger, whereas his scarf pins are undoubtedly more quiet in character, less fantastic and trivial. Observe him on h's way to a church wedding, for example, and mark how different H his mode of pro gression from that of an unattached and mis cellaneous youth. The rogue knows that a good seat will be reserved for him near the head of the aisle, and that he has no occasion for hurry. When he drives out it is in a substantial dog cart or mail phaeton, and he escheweth not, perhaps, altogether without regret the sidebar buggy which he ud to think the kind of vehicle that he would have if he were rich. He is now a substantial person in the com munity a fatndy man, a capitalist by proxy and he begins to have serious views on political and financial matters, which he is desirous of discuising with older men. In fact, he is rather given to shunning Lis con temporaries, and is not altogether easy in the society of his former companions. He has deserted thoir ranks, and although he has gained in dignity he has lost in freedom. His chains are golden, to be sure, but they bind with the force of a less costly metal. No k-nger for him are the delights of a midnight cigar or refreshing brandy and soda at the club. He is now the victim of times and sea sons, and must go discreetly home when the proper hour arrives. The Kpfwh. XJow Electricity It Measured. An electric current has beu well compared by Ampere to a stream of water flowing in a pipe. Just as the water must have a certain "bead," measured in feet, to mak it act, so a i un ent of electricity flows in a "pressure," or 'tension.' or "electromotive force" always written e. rn. f. which is expressed in volts. The liquid may have a high hf ad with but little watr, as in the mountain stream, while an electric current may Lave great tension and yet contain but little electricity. I-Ul't-j.iiig is a gool example of enormous tf-iisiou with only a little electricity. Cm the other hand, a gr-t river may have a low Lead, and an ei trie current may have a low tension, pressure, or e. m. f., while con tainlng a vast quantity of el- tri ity. Or tLre may be both a hih head and a large supply of water a Niagara falls and siniii arly a hiirh prerure and a large quant ity of alectricity. Electric currents, then, are praf tic-ally of two kinds of high and of low pressure. There is ft distinction 1-etween Uiw number of feet of fali and the water itself, so also J there a di-f inctk-n r-tneen thpresurr or numU-r of volts of electricity and tli quantity or current itself, and the current i" measured in amx.res. Arkansn w Traveler. .4 1 hrillliic Moi J. I remember when 1 a yuji and nut - L-un"ieritious fis 1 am now . I w.is tnii'iin, on th Central ftation r.teps lis.-u-siisr, h bhiuju-t v;th ttnu' Le- reporter. A man who La i r .-ently entered the profession endeavored to Lear the conversation. Well, I made up a 'LrJii.-ig story, poured it into th- ears of my fi iend, but jiMt loud enough fur the listener to hear. After hearing all the story h rushed to thu office of th patter he repr-lent-ed BJid published it. He i- my enemy to thU day.- Observer" m FhlUJelphia Call. MARRIAGEABLE MAIDENS SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDERS. What u Dusky Vouii; IVifo Can Be Itonght t or I ml lan Women on the Klamath Abnolutely Sla if-1 mpotenry of the law. 'T have been teaching school among the Indians," said a pedagogue to a reiorter the other day, "and Sx-ak from what has fallen under my personal observation. You are aware that there is a reservation located at the mouth of the Klamath for the accommo dation of tribes living in northern California, but very few of the Klamath Indians are dis posed to leave the white settlements scattered along the river and adjacent territory, where whisky Is easily obtained for the 'dry' district on the borders of the ocean. "Along the Klamath, therefore, are a num ber of clans, speaking different dialects, who Lavo their own laws and enforce them ac cording to their own idea of political and do mest ic economy. 'The squaws or young women are vendible commodities, and are put upon the market at a price supposed to correspond with their charms. Her choice is not consulted in the matter, and if a rivalry exists between bid ders for her possession she is knocked down to the most liberal offer. "A maiden of comely apiearance, and hav ing a talent for plaiting hats, baskets and other ornamental wicker ware, is of couise a more merchantable article than her sister without accomplishments and without beauty. "The price paid for a girl of the desirable kind is in the neighborhood of twelve red headed woodeckers, a broncho and a breech loading rille, the woodpecker heads ling valued .t &!.r0 apiece and the pony ami gun At about '- each, making the price of the girl $70. This amount varies, of course, ac cording to the financial standing of the pur chaser and the avarice of the parents. It oc curs occasionally that as much as $50 is given for a girl, but she would be possessed of unusual allurements and the purchaser a nabob. "The lazy and oleaginous bucks, when they have purchased a rominal wife for they do not consult the laws in respect to marriage at once require their lady loves to enter upon all the hard work obtainable. They, in fact, are required to neglect nothing which might contribute to the comfort of her lord, who confines himself to an occasional hunting or fishing expedition with the otium cum digni tata for which the aboriginal American is celebrated. "The women pack wo.xl from the forests in baskets, which are carried on the back and supiorted by a band which encircles the fore head. They also collect gold dust from the exposed fed rock in abandoned mines, w hich Is handed over to their consorts with religious regularity. "It is a fact that the Indian women on the Kismath are absolute slaves, but they are faithful and loving, no matter how harshly treated. You can readily imagine, however, that on account of the hard life they lead by the time middle age is reached they lose ull feminine charms and become hags. 'T suppose it is generally known that white men here purcha.sed squaws for matrimonial purposes, but it is not generally known how happy such unions are. White men who have espoused squaws almost invariably cling to j them through every vicissitude of life. Divorces are unknown among them, and 'squaw men" take a pride in boasting of the good qualities of their purchases. "So far as the California penal cole is con cerned in its application to the Klamath Indi ans it is a dead letter. When an injury is supposed to have been committed the perpe trator is by common consent considered the proper prey of the party injured, including his relations, and ambuscades and assassina tions naturally ensue. Dead men tell no tales and the live ones won't, so that investigation never amounts to anything. "Let me tell you an incident illustrative of the inqoteney of the law to reach the abo rigine in the mountain fastness of Del Norte county. I was teaching school in Happy Camp, and one night a parcel of boys, princi pally half breeds, were making a troublesome noise outside of my window. After several admonitions I sallied forth and laid about me with a walkmgstick. It was very dark, and not beiug able to distinguish forms I struck a squaw on the 'funny bone.' She set up a fear ful howl, but quieted down when I offered her $o, being ashamed to have hit a woman. "The next afternoon when scIko1 was dis missed a big, burly Indian buck marched into the school room with a pistol in one coat pocket and a club in the other. " 'I want that money,' he said. "'What money do you want, HyUe,' I asked. " 'That money you owe my mother,' he re plied. He had Lis hand on the handle of Urn pis tol, and I imagined that Le was prepared to use it, but I was also satisfied that it would never do to show the white feather, so, grasp ing a hatchet, I chafed him from the room. "In turn he drew his weapon on a w hite man and chased him home. He was then r rested, carried to Crescent City, and escaping tefore trial, has ever since Urti lying around Happy Camp, protected by his friends from arrest. "That is but ono instance. The Scott Bar trile and the lower river residents meet in joint session as often as circumstances require and settle dispute without recourse to law an 1 in utter defiance of it." San frVancivo Examiner. I'll- Old oioiiioner' l'eoioaiis)ii The Hon. Thadleus Stevens, when in a hurry, wrote a hand that was ulmost also luteJy unintelligible. A gei.tlernan whom I knew once received a letter from him of which he coold scarcely read a word, and yet he had quite a gift at deciphering iiyro glyphics. He knew ic was from the (). com moner 1 ! rise of the printed letter bend and tho signature, which f simply a Th fol lowed by something that looked like a ziza ; fia-di of lightning. Some six mouths after- ! ward the recipient of the letter had btiM!ie-s j in Lancaster, and he took the epi-tle with ! L;?il "Mr. Stevens," he asked, "w hat i tbi- ; l.-tter a!ut Mr. Stevens stared at it for i soni" f imp, and I k-p within the l.oui; I-,of truth when I ilt'lue that he wrwrt able to read it himself. "Had you addressed niiv in quiry to me '" he asked " Yes," was the re ply. "What about'" He was informed ; that gave him the cue. Hi face brighU-ned, and ; he read his own letter aloud in a voluble ; manner. It wasn't o hard for hirn to do. sfter he knew what it wasatout. "Observer" ' ROYAL INSURANCE CVMP'Y OF LIVERPOOL. CAPITAL. SIO.OOO.OOO UN1.IMI TKI M ABILITY. I .lire Insurance oi all lerition will be effected at Moderate Hales of Prcm uai, bv the undersigned. V M. . IKWIX & t O 2iHl&w-tf Managers for Haw. Inlands TJN IOIC Fire ami Marine Insurance Co. r New ZphIhikI. Capital. : tio.ooo.ooo; Having- KsnlliIiel an Ascenry 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 cargOj freights, bottomry, profits and commissions. I,osnO! promptly HIJuwtel V i&nMe 19-dwtf VM. U. IP. WIN A CO. Tlie Ivisdoii Iron & Locomotive Works, Corner of P-eal and Howard Streets, SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA W. II. TAVLOR. JDS. MOOUK... President .Superintendent IUILDERS OF STKAM MACHINERY, IN ALL its branches; Steamboat, Steamship, Land Engines and F.oiWrs, liiyu Pressure or Com pound. STFAM VESSELS of all kinds built complete with hulls of wood, iron or composite. ORDINARY ENGINES compounded when ad visable. STEAM LAUNCHES, Eargesand Steam Tups con structed with reference to the trade in which they are to be employed. Speed, tonnage and draft ot water guaranteed. SUGAR MILLS and Sugar Making Machinery made after the most approved plans. Also, all Boiler Iron Work oounected therewith. WATER PIPE, of Uoiler or Sheet Iron, of any size, made in suitable lengths for connecting together, or Sheets Rolled, Punched and Packed for shipment, rady to be riveted on the grout, d. HYDRAULIC RIVETING, Roller Work and Water Pipes made by this establishment, riv eted by hydraulic riveting machinery, that quality of "work being far supeiior to hand Work. SHIP WORK, Ship aiwl Steam Capstan., Steam Winches, Air and Circulating Pumps, made after tho most approved plans.. SOLE AGENTS and manufacturers for Le Pa cific Coast of the Heme Safely Uoiler. PUMPS Direct Acting pumps for irrigation or city works' purposes, built with the celebrated Davy Valve Motiou, superior to any other pump. J. N. S. WILLIAMS Honolulu Room No. 3, upstairs, Spreckels' Block, 5olniarl2d&wtf Agent for Hawaiian Islands. BEAVER SALOON. NO. FOIIT .vfRKKT. Opposite Wilder A Co.'s H. J". Nolte, Pr opr. OPEN FOM 3 A. M. TILL 10 P. M FIRST-CLASS Ll.VCHKS, COFFEE, TEA, S0II.1 W.A1EK, GIMI R .ALE, CijEffix!-? :i ii 1 Tobaccos OF EF.ST BRANDS Plain and Fancy PI lK.S personally selected from the Manufacturers, and a Large Variety of BEST QUALITY SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Lovers o BILLIARDS will Hud an Elegant imiUl 4 CO, BILLIARD TABLE on the Premises. Tho Pioprietor would be pleased to receive a rail from hi FriendH r.nd the Public generally who may desire a LI VI II, A SMKi:, K A OA.MK OF IIIM.IAKOH. II. J. X0LTE, :n-tf CHUN HOY & CO., W nl Milliliters mill .! r I . Ni ii.inti "trect, opposite Mercl.auts' FxclmtU'e 1'ive ,'iKv.iw on bund and for s ib-, CI. " KS of all kinds, (Join and Si 1 vcrWalclies, Various prfcen, inclmli iin ladies' w.-if- lies: .IEW I'LRY'if all depi-ji ptioii, gold and sil ver; best Spectacle an-l Ej e Glassed to pnlt all aten -.'old. si 1 v tr and ste. I. A lsi, CHINESE .JEWELRY, Of all kind-., k"M and silr. r. CHINESE I A.WY SILK GO D- and PAINTINGS, Al-o, mi aort merit of bail, Iso rue Ai tifi' ial I lowers t-,Jueae-; Mush :1 Boxes, etc., etc. RIFLES, REVOLVERS, SHOTGUNS, With cartridge to suit. R E PA I RH att-r,,If d to and iifil'y fx'"it 1 with prompt iie. in' lud:ng nil kilcN "f work lu our Jiii of business, a veiy ,,w rates W..ikrn,ui s t.ip (.'uii rant "ed . "1 be i ubiic ate rep cffu'ly Invited f,i rume and I w pec t t h " fi lie ji,rl men t if new and ele gant Kood4 at "iir new store, .Niiuanu tre t. ( " 1 1 1 T N HOY aVICO. r. i.j any INTER-IS JAND Steam Navigation Co. (DIM ITED.) STEADIER W. G. HALL, M ALULA N I . i BATES I oni niande Will run reguiariy to Maalaea, Maal, and Kona and Ivan. Haw nil. STEAMER IWALAN1, FREEMAN. .. t'oniumnde Will run regularly to Nawlliwili. Koloa, Eleele and Wjtimea, Kauai. STEAMER C. R. BISHOP, MAOAULE Y C'omiusnder Will run regularly to Ilamoa. Maui, aud Kukul haele, Honokaa and Paauhai!, Hawaii. STKAMER JAMES MAKEE, WEIR Commander Wilt ruu regularly to Kapaa, Kauai. T. K. FOSTER, President. J. F:xa, Secretary. 53-ap7-ly IVlLDER'o STEAMSHIP CO., Uiuiteiii STEAMER KIXAU, tl.orenzcn, C'omnitnder), Leaves Honolulu as per following schedule ouchiug ut Lahalua, Muaiaea, Makeua. Mahn kona, KawaihaeLaupnhoehoe. llllo and Keauhou: Commencing on HONDA Y, July 26, IsSK, and on every alternate Monday at 4 p. nr., the Kluau will make the VOLCAM) THIP, reaching- Keau hou on Wednesday morning, where horses and carriages are In waiting to convey passengers to tlie VOLCANO HOUSE (live miles in the saddle and nine miles by carriage). Passengers by this route will nave two days and two nights at tho VOLCANO HOUSE. TH KKT'S FOR THE KOUNO TRIP TO THE VOLCANO, IT FT Y DOLLARS, WHICH PAYS ALL I'll A UG.KS. The Kitiau will arrive in Honolulu Sunday mornings on Volcano 'rips. On H.!o trips, wil leave Honolulu oa Tuesdays, aud return Saturday morning. PASSENGER TRAINS will connect with the Kin an at Mahukoua The Kinau WILL TOUCH at Honokain nnd PrhuIi.hu on down trips from Hito for Passengers if a signal i i made from the s:iore. STEAMER LIKELIKE, (Davis, Uommaiiiiei ;, Leaves Honolulu every Monday at r. m for Kaunaki'.kai. Kahnlui, Ilnelo. liana anl Kipauulu. every w eek: Keanae, Mokuliiu aud Nuu every other week. Returning, will stop at the above ports, arriving back Saturday mornings. For mails and passengers only. STEAMER KILAUEA HOI', (Cameron, Commander-;, Will leave regularly ror Laha'na, Paauhau, Ko holaleie, Kukaiau and Ookala. steamei7"lehua, (Clark, Commander) Will leave regularly for Hakalau, Ilonomu and Oiiomea. STEAMEJt MOKOLI1, (MJregor, Commander), Leaves for the follow ing ports every alternate Monday at 5 p. m.: Commencing May lf.th To Kaunakakai, Ka mnlo, l'ukoo, Lahaina, Olowalu. Returning to Lahaina, Pukoo, Kamalo, Kaunakakai. Arriving at Honolulu Saturday a. m. Commencing May '.'th To Kaunakakai, Lanai, Kamalo, Pukoo, Halawa, Wailau, Pelekniiu, Kalaupajia. Returning to Pukoo, Lahaina, Olo walu. Lahaina, Pukoo, Kamalo, Kaunakakai. Arriving at Honolulu Saturday a. m. BtJ-Tlie Company will not be responsible lor any freight or packages unless receipted for, nor for personal baggage unless plainly marked. Not responsible for money or jewelry unless placed In hnrge of the Purser. All possible care will be taken of Live Sfcx-k, but the Company will not assume any risk of accident SAM'L II WILDER, President S. B. ROsE, Secretary. OFFICE Corner Fort and Queen streets. GS-Iy Mar SO S. P. TAYLOR & CO., Paper Maiiui'aciiii'ors, AND DEALERS IN lm'r Ituat. 'I'tii". F.lr.. 4l and 4 !'. ("lav street, SAN FRANCISCO pioneer and San ttcronimo Paper Mills. South Coast Paper Mill, Souel, Santa Cruz County, Cal. 41.ia'J5 'H8 ;m. C. Sliirvc iv ('o., M N I I- XCTI 'RING Ami IinMrJr if Dlnnionds, Watches, stiver and Sllvr Plated Ware. Decorated China, Alt I'.i.ijs Grinds, Fans, Cans, I'm brelboj, Letlin and Viiiin.1 Leather I t.jiids. Opera lmt- s, CI", k-1, l'tc. Moiil;inii'r,v nml Suitor Six.. S N II! VNCIM-o. 4HJa'.'- RH J. IVANCOVICH & CO. Importer", Wholesale Dialer and I 'orntii bn'o n Meri h-iuta i n ForeiKii fe Domestic Fruit, r.iHi W.t.,tii ru;ton, and Col, -n 1 ,V t'Ji", s ib-rome St , SAN 1 It N I-' O. -J),lai the oldest cat ii lil,'"l b.nioe Iti this li iih of biiwi n'a i n S in FiuiiNro, and we sre prepared to fill order of all kind- in our line. SPECIALTY in PACKING a II k inds of iltITT for long distale e iinik'ti. l our Piilrinmuc I- SoUrl ImI f.C iii oIU'oS W3E 3IcCANI)LESSf No. H Qon SI reel. Fish Market. I'ealer in choicest REEF, VEAL MUTTON, FIsH.etc. Family and shipping Order carefiuly attended to. Live stock furnished to vessels at short notice, and vegetables of all kinds sujiplied to order. 2 tf JOSHUA HEXDY MACHINE AVOliKS So, 3- to oi FiciiiuiiI Street, SAN FRANCISCO. Manufacturers of New and dealers in Second hand BOILERS. EXULN'ES, -AND- , MACHINERY Ol'eerj" Ieerlit ion. Have constantly in stock New and Second-hand WOOIWV OKKIMI MACHINERY, Machinists' Tools, Irrigating aud Pumping Ma clii uery, l'lping. Catalogues and ju ice lists forwarded upon appli cation. (i'JUaugll feed co IMeOKIKBS a US.tl.KRft HAY A 1 (JK AIS, Telephone No. 175. 35tf LEMOLNK & I'lCIIOX, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in I'oiiltry, (lame. Iliillei, lieese. I'.tfv, i:te.. i:tc, i:i-. Stalls Nos. 2, 4 and ! San Francisco Market, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Ii re-t IiuporterH of ShIns 'Iieese. C7Cjuly:il LEEdE & MILLS, 1; n i i it i: Steam, Coffee and Spice Mills. IiiiMrteiM ol 'I'eitM. i olfeen. Spleen. Chartres Java Coffee, Yeast Powder, Cream Tar tar, Soda, Sala ratns, Ground Coffee, For eign and Domestic .Matches. 1IO-I12 4 Ih Sf.Itel.S.niiooiiie.V Ilallerj SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. P. O. Box 1580. c:irniayi::'88 TELEPHONE .rJ.F fNTEEPSISf? P l'LANIN(i MILL. P huZ3 Alnltea. near lHeen Si. LU M-tt i v II1C .1 UUlltJ. The Pacific Transfer Co., Office with the Union Feed Co. Hell Telephone 17.r. Mutual Telephone 175. I am fully pieparcrl to do all kind of dravnge, hauling i.r moving vv,,i k, .ii) of nlcli I w ill glial. antrw, to exer-ute (ni; bmilx . M ly S. E. GRAHAM, Proprietor. T. I I . o r : v 9 Su ce'.snt to J. M. Oat, Jr., ix Co., STATIONERS . NEWS DEALERS, UdiCfiiiuu (w'rtzfftc Mock. J7 .Mere lin lit St., Honolulu. 11. 1. I - tf THOMAS LINDSAY Miimifiiclurintf Jeweler, . no vniiitiiii Street. lit- llonoliilii, II. I. I'm tlr-ulHr sttr-nlloii psld to repairing. H'.'tf 1 )1 : SA T.K. MM HAVE I A1K OU ENTITY OK (LI Iir WU1-.1 pel u ,, ), (id , w bich W 11 I be sell fr;', cent fi hundred. They re nrfnl for -vppl ii pn ", laying n udei ci pr t, etc. r. c. aivi.ktisi:i. AT TO K X K Y.H. AT- I.AM . CUKKNTK W. ASHHIKU. VOLNKV V, ASHKOKU. Aliforl A- Asliforil. ATTORNEYS COUNSELLORS. SOLICITORS, ADVOCATES, ETC. Oince Honolulu Hale, adjoining the Pos Office. 4-MAwif JOHN T. DAKE, Allornrv mid 4'oiiiielIor at I,ah, Office No. 12, Spreckels Block, Honolulu 176 octi'ltf M. THOMPSON, ATTOIINEY-AT-L A W , Office iu Campbell's Block, corner Fort and Merchant Mrects, Honolulu, H- I. PRAC-.! :S IN THE COURTS. i9"When de-;;,!, will give th law in a writ ten ope lou, a- io the probable result of the conteuticu ujmjii liie facts stated 44tf J. M. MONSARRAT. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. K enl EHtnte in any part of tlie KIuk dom 5oug tit, Sold and leasea on commission Loans Negotiated and Legal Doeumenla Drawn No. 27 MEItCHAXT NTKKF.T, Gazette Block, Honolulu. 45-tf A. 0. Cook & Son, 4AIi TASSEI) LEATHER BELTING, I.,-e I.ralher and Header lrapen. No. 415 Market stivet, San Franristo. 442 jan2S'H8 IKON-BARK Fouiulatioii Timbers ! ! We have just received from Australia a few Iron hark Foundation Timhara. SIZES-1' 1 lueltes. 12 Iff t I.OUK. Ami llxlH iiielien. 16 Feet Ioiik- These tiruliers, as their name signifies, are nearly as solid and durable as Iron, and for foundation purposes, or - others of like nature, cannot V- surpassed. AVr. a. I r win & Co. ailnovy.Mf Til .R. A fay hew, rONTKACTOU AN1 1UHLDEK, S Hotel Street, Honolulu. IP I. (Oppeslte Fiudilon Stables). P. O. P.OX SIS. REEL THLEPHONE .VI Alt work in my tine faithfully done. Plans and ,perli'icatlons made. Jobbing in all detail done at short notice. Uood work ami low charges In mv motto. S8-WV1S Metrojiolitan Market lilMJ NTIIKI'T, (l.-.f. WALLER. PROPHIETOR Clioleeot Meal from lineal ller( nilllei, ami shlpptnii supplied on SHORT NOT ICF and at the Lowest Market Priees. All ,n ntfl deliver"! from Hit market nrn hrr onglv wlillled linioedi lei v utter Wtlllne br rnenn f a Mi'll--l'rT'n Patent ltr Air Refrigerator Meat so trr-aied retain H It Julr'v proertl'. and t (lI'AHAM'f. F V TO K K K I loMitH ATIKH PKI IVKHY THAN HIK.HI.V K II I I I' Ml1 I'. 47-M jo us amrt.vrK Spruance, Stanley & Co., Importer and Jobbers of Fine WHISKIES, WINES and LIQUORS 4lO Front St., San rraurUeo. : it a H. F. HEKTELMAXX, Contra rt or aiul ItuiMrr. ESTIMATES IT'JiNTSHED ON WOOD, RltlCK OR STONE. PLANS Cahiuet and Csri-enter Work doue to order. 8; KING STREET. Hell Telephone 107 :il.ieirtf ) m i Biscuit Manufacturers, (OK. SANS031K A KllOAlWAY NTS., San 1'ranelseo. 'nl. JAMES DUNN, Supt. 48ougl0 THE INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAV IGATION COMPANY, (Limited,. Keep condtactlv on hand, for sale, STEAM, FAMILY and BLACKSMITH COAL, and a general assortment of RAR IRON. Scliweitzer & Co. Importer and .lid hem of ivist cy a o )DS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, CORSETS. lilte (iooiU, l'ui liroiilerle. Itanilker 'liiel. I.sce. itililMiiiH. tjitli, h' A 4 lii I lre us I iwlei H ear. 29 and 31 Battery St., San Francisco 4.'. febni'bH E. H. Ikicknaiii & Co. Manufacturers and Dealer iu SHIP STOVES, Tin, Copper, t'roekery anil Stieet Iron W Nrm. Slilp l.Hiileriai ami SlKiial 2'2 Stewart St., Wt. Market mid Mission, SAN ERANC1SCO, CAE. Ship and Joh Work and stoe Hi palrlDg of all kinds a specialty. 4S7 feblw't8 TO l'LAix'TEUS. W e have on hand a nsicnment of Automatic Trash Fee,Iiiig Furnaces. Koi four and five foot furnace. complete with urati tiara, bearers and trash camera. Machine of Oils make are now It. successful operation vt spie kelsville, Makee Niutar Company and other plan;atioyi. Also, a consignment of K'ilter Presses, Having all the latest Improvements. PLAXTEKS AND OTHERS Interested are requested to call and examine the above. For prices aud turther particular ap ply to Win. (t. Irwin & Co., 2M Aventw. BONE 3I.EAL!! The uiulersik'ticd arr imw ,rearb1 o re reive onler for Hits Cr l Lrateil Fertilizer from tlie mannfactorj- of Hu.-k A; Ohlindt Han FrHncisco. The foIIowi.iniH a rejmrt of U.e compo nent parts, a obtaini . I by CLi tnical analy. ai: Water .!0 per rent Organic Matter 2!.l " " SiHciouH Matter 4.CT " " Lime 31.70 " " Phosphoric Aci.l '2:. 1 1 " " Oxi.le of Iron S5 " Carhonio Aci.l !.! ' ' Alka Salt !2 " 100. (HI NitroRen 2.7 per cent. Order Rrciived trill have Irompt and Careful Attention. W. 0. Irwin & Co., AKnitH or the llawaiitn Inland. Mtf MONTH liY PAY3IEXTS. A II account t .r A d vert lb' '' Ji lrtntl"r at the I'arltle inninierflal .! ertlaer Office will from Ihi dale be rreenleil for rT- infill nionthlv. linn, ,lulii, Mairh ?, Ins, a. L. STA.NLKV. AMERICAN C1UCKER CO 1 jMWWiHAM !,,H.4. t'-i!1 VPS -." A-'-.TL' '.1.