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j ii ii ii m ti n n fi ft ti i VOL. VI. NO. 179. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY, JULY 30, IS87 PRICE 5 CENTS. -a THE DAILY '0 i IS PUBLISH KI Every Morning Except Sundays. HCBSCniPTlOXS : Daily 1. C. ADVKHTiSKR.fiiie year LlAILV I. A UVItKTIMKK, Hi.t UlCUJtil.1 Daily 1. (..'. ADV tRTi.HKK, Uiree months... Daily 1'. C. A uvkktimkk, per month 15 00 .. 3 .. 1 W &h'. klv I. C. A uvkktiskr, one year.... eitfii Subsorljitiou, V, P. .'. A. (lncluiling 9 50 Payable Invariably in AUvajtce womx AXi) home; HOW FASHIONABLE LADIES RESIST KITCHEN TYRANNY. Inipertiiieuc of ?Ien How to bo Agreo uble liuAhing the FhionM A Worn n' Kx perl euro A Faluting Hrld. llflH In the Kitchen. The cooking school was only born to the world a half dozen years ago Now they have become so popular that they are alinoat as common in New York as the "drug store" in a prohibition state. 'It sounds a littb odd," remarked the fair director of one of thexe institutions, "to say that no young lady is considered to have fin ished her education and to be ready for so ciety until she has taken a course in cooking. Nevertheless, that id getting to be the fact. It is beginning to be realized that a knowl edge of bread making is of at least as much importauee as a knowledge of Greek roots, and that good soup is worth more to the hu man race than the ability to demonstrate a problem of Euclid. After a fashionable young woman has got through her boarding school, and erhai been abroad, she comes here and gets a thorough grounding in the ait of cooking. Work? Well, there's not much play about it. She has to mix dough, knead bread, and wash dishes, just like the second cook at home. "There is no college nonsense of sitting off and taking notes from a lecture. She has to do the actual work until she thoroughly under stands it. Bread is the tirst thing, then meats and soups, and finally pastry and fancy dishes. Practical experiments in all these things are mixed with a great deal of instrue tionabout the care of a house and the details of marketing. When the 3'oung woman llnishes a course in a good cooking school she has the art at her fingers' ends, and can get up anything from a hand made and double jointed sandwich for a railroad eating house to a ten course dinner of the most elaborate kind. Many of the young women who are learning these things will never have a chance to use their knowledge practically, but you may be sure their households won't be the orse off because of it. "The same practical spirit which has devel oped the cooking school has made other kinds of instruction popular which a few years ago would have been frowned upon. Great num lers of young women of wealthy families and s-ocial rank are now learning millinery and dressmaking. Indeed, I understand that some fashionable modistes draw no Inconsid erable revenue from the instruction which they regularly give classes of such pupils. Of course, it is extremely Improbable that any of these young ladies will 9 'er have to make dresses for themselves or anybody else, but riches have wings, and a competent knowledge of these arts is ft good possession for any young woman. "C. E. R." in New York Commercial Advertiser. Kus'alug the Fashions. The room was ruling fast when in stepped a pretty girl. She had the elastic tread, the clear skin, the bright eye, the blowing hair that lelong to American young womanhood, but nobody looked at her for these. Every eye was bent on gown, on hat, on wrap. The rest of the assemblage were winter; she was spring. I have no memory for the details of the costume. I only know that it was in browns and grays with a touch of red here and there, a ribbon sash fluttering from the skirt, a bunch of posies nodding in the head. There was no tournure. The drapery fell in simple and natural folds. A modest, unob trusive garb In every particular, quietly worn. Every one gazed at the flowers and liecame consc ious that the season for feathers was gone. Every woman noted the tailor jacket and feit a sudden pang of disgust at the weight of a belated sealskin. A moment before they were uneasy. They had been on the verge of a transition. The young girl had precipitated the crisis It was upon them. It was past. They would not appear in pub lic again till they were dressed as she. Two women behind me were talking about her; a "walking lady" from So & So's estab lishment, they called her. One met her at the picture galleries, in the book stores, on the promenade, wherever women congre gated they said. It was her business to rusk the season, spring ana ran, ami to muou.uuo a. new mateival or a novel shape, by looking pretty in it and drawing eyes wherever she wore it. '""I am going to ask her what she calls that jacket and whether bustles are really going out," wound up the bolder of the pair, as she left her companion and walked up to the graceful young girl. A moment later the two were in conversation, the walk ing lady answering her inquisitor's questions with apparent readiness and ease. Th walking lady is a unique advertise ment. I am inclined to think she is a new one. She does not seem, at any rate, to be extensively employed as yet. Most of the firms at which I have inquired after her dis own her acquaintance. Eliza Putnam Hea ton in New York Mail and Express. A "Woman's Experience. Whenever I offered to help in any house hold duty I remember I was told that it was more trouble to how me how to do it prop erly than to do it alone, und so my poor, patient, hard working mother buked and churned and swept and ironed alone, and whan she had worked herself into an un necessarily earl- grave, she left behind her a daughter who could "neither wash dishes nor &ew up a seam." Per hups I should blufch to confess that I could "fed the swine," aye and the rest of fctock, and I could harness a team and drive It, too, as well a any man on the place. For X had led a wild, nomad sect of lilts uui of school hours, and when 1 followed my fntLcr and brothers to the fid they did not st-em to find it a trouble to teach me, so in my way I became quite a farmer, but I was none the less unable to keep my father's hou. I learned it all later, but through much tribu lation. It is true kindness to children to give to each some daily duty, and insist on its being promptly and thoroughly done. I often wonder how much of rny husband's dyspepsia U due to the fact that the means of our early married life were something calculated to produce that disease in an ostrich. Don't let your daughters wait to learn their house keeping by experience. The air that some homes have of going at "sixes and seven" is a strain on the affections that few men are able to endure. Make your children self helpful and helpful to others. Cor. Rural New Yorker. Helps iu the Kitchen. The head of the family has all kinds of la bor saving machinery in his field of action, but too often it is the case that the woman of the house has to get along without the assis tance of such labor saving devices as are ap propriate to her sphere, and the work she has to do. This is not as it should be. The man who seeks to save labor in the field by the use of machinery, ought to have in mind the fact that his wife has to work quite as hard in the kitchen as he ha3 been in the habit of doing out of doors, and that it is his duty to pro cure for her such helps as will lighten her toil and do away as much as possible with the drudgery and housework. In buying ma chinery for himself and not for her he la guilty of that form of selfishness which is al most, if not quite, a crime. Husband and wife are partners in the work of life, each having charge of a special de partment, and what each does in that depart ment contributes to the general welfare and benefit of the "firm." Neither has the moral right to consult his or her interests alone. The interests of both should be re garded, and the kind and thoughtful bus band will not care to monopolize all the bene fits resulting from the labor of both. For every machine that he buys for himself to save lalxr, or make work easier and more effective, he will buy one for his wife. He will furnish her a good washing machine and a wringer. There will be a good churn, and the stove will be one with all the "modern im provements." There will be a cistern, and the cistern will have a pump, and, of course, there will be a sewing machine, and, perhaps, a knitting machine. Why not? Knitting by hand is something like going through a corn field with the old hoe. If he has a cultivator to do that work with, w hy should she not have a machine to do the family knitting with! She can knit evenings, do you say What will you be doing then? Reading the newspaper, or magazine, eh? Well, perhaps she would like to read some, rather than be obliged to spend the hours until bed time ui knitting. Think of it. "Put yourself in hv place," and do as you would be done by. American Agriculturist. How to He Agreeable. Very rarely, If ever, young persons acquire the ability to converse with ease and fluency. This Implies, first of all, good ideas, clearly and sensibly expressed. An empty mind never made a good talker; remember, "you cannot draw water out of an empty welL" Next in importance is self possession. "Selt possession is nine points in the law" of good breeding. A good voice is as essential to self -possession as good Ideas are essential to fluent language. The voice, from infancy, should be carefully trained and developed; a full, clear, flexible voice is one of the surest in dications of good breeding; it falls like music on the ear, and while it pleases the listener, it adds to the confidence of its possessor, be he ever so timid. One may be witty without being popular; voluble without being agree able; a great talker and yet a great bore. It is wise, then, to note carefully the following suggestions: Be sincere; he who habitually sneers at everything, will not only render himself dis agreeable to others, but will soon cease to find pleasure in life. Be frank; a frank, open countenance and a clear, cheery laugh are worth far more, even socially, than "pedantry in a stiff cravat." Be amiable; you may hide a vindictive nature under a polite exterior for a time, as a cat masks its sharp claws in velvet fur, but the least provocation brings out one at quickly as the other; ill natured persons are always disliked. Be sensible; society never lacks for fools. If you want elbow room, "go up higher." Be cheerful ; if you have no great trouble on your mind, you have no right to render other people miserabl by your long face and dolorous tones. If you do you will be gener ally avoided. But above all, be cordial; true cordiality unites all the qualities we have enumerated. American Agriculturist. A Iftnt to the Thoughtful. A recently published pamphlet on "Wed lock," by an anonymous author, undertakes to show that matrimony is not so bad as is represented by many who make up their picture from the scandals of divorce courts, the quarrels of uncongenial partners, and the disease and wretchedness that follow excess and ignorance as inevitable consequences. He assures the candidates for conjugal hap piness thnt there is a golden secret by which lov nun- oo made perpetual. The great error, he thinks, is the traditional fiction that husband and wife are one, and th- husband is that one. They should both preserve their individuality as they possessed it before mar riage. They should maintain reserve the same as in the days of courtship; they should respect, as then, each other's personality ; they should each preserve a sphere apart from the other in which to exercise good tastes, judg ment, will and activities with which nature has endowed every person, and which are essential to the normal development, health and continued enjoyment of existence. In a single word, his remedy for the evils and abuses of the institution 19, live under the same roof but apart. Home Journal. Little Tot's Logic. Bright and early the other day so early that it seemed to the head of the house that he had just fallen asleep he was awakened by a vision of a white flannel nightgown, a fair face above it, with fairest tair encircling that, big blue eyes and a rosy mouth, with one wJ.ite finger thrust falteringly between the bps standing by his bedside. "What is it, Marcherita?'' he asked. "It's it's it's morning in myrcv-in, papal'' It was morning throughout the houne after r that Boston Transcript. ROYAL INSURANCE CVMP'Y OF LIVERPOOL. CAPITAL - - 1 0,000.000 UNLIMITED LIABILITY. Fire Insurance oi all IecrJ iIIon will be effected U Moderate Kutea cf yrew uoi, by the undersigned. VM. O. IRWIN fe CO 30-difewtf Managers for liaw. Islauda UNION Fire and Marine Insurance Co. Of New Zealand. CAPITAL, : 10.000.000; Having Established au Agency at Hoiiolulu.for the Hawaiiau Islands, Uie un dersign ed are prepared to accept risks against Fire Id dwellings, stores warehouses and merchandise, on favorable terms. Marine risks on cargOi freights, bottomry, profits and commissions. Losses promptly 1J listed payable 19dwtf VM. O. IRWIN A CO. The Irtisdoii Iron & Locomotive Works, Corner of Beal and Howard Streets, SAX FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA W. H. TAYLOR JUS. MOORE President .Superintendent T)UILDERS OF STEAM MACHINERY. IN ALL I Its branches; Steamboat, Steamship, Land Engines and Boilers, High Pressure or Com pound. STEAM VESSELS of all kinds built complete with bulls of wood, iron or composite. ORDINARY ENGINES compounded when ad visable. STEAM LAUNCHES, Barges and Steam Tugs con structed witL reference to the trade in which they are to be employed. Speed, tonnage and draft of water guaranteed. SUGAR MILLS and Suear Making Machinery made after the most approved pltt?is. Also, all Boiler Iron Work connected therewith. WATER PIPE, of Boiler or Sheet Iron, of any size, made in suitable lengths for connecting together.or Sheets Rolled, Punched and Packed for shipment, ready to he riveted on the groucd. HYDRAULIC RIVETING, Boiler Work and Water Pipes made by this establishment, riv eted bv hydraulic riveting machinery, that quality of work being far superior to band Work. SHIP WORK, Ship and Steam Capstans, Steam Winches, Air and Circulating Pumps, made sfter the most approved plans. SOLE AGENTS and manufacturers for the Pa cific Coast of the Heme Safety Boiler. PUMPS Direct Acting Ptimps for irrigation or city works' purposes, built with the celebrated Davy Valve Motion, superior to any other pump. J. X. S. WILLIAMS Honolulu Room No. 3, upstairs, Spreckels' Block, G51mar'.2dwtf Agent for Hawaiian Isdands. AVE XO. 1 FORT STREKT. Opposite Wilder A Oo.'s II. J. Nolte, Propr. OPES KUM .1 A. M. TILL 10 P. M F1RST.CLASS Ll'MIIKS, COFFEE, TEA, SODA WATER, GIGER ALE, Cigars and Tobaccos OF BEST BRANDS Plain and Kaucy PIPKS personally selected from the Manufacturers, and a Large Variety of BKST QUALITY SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Lovers o BILLIARDS will find an Klegant BRUNSWICK I CO, BILLIARD TABLE on the Premises. The Pioprietor would be pleased to receive a call from his Friends and the Public general'" who may desire a LrNCII. A SMOHK. OR A GAME OF ItlLMAROS. H. J. KOLTE. 3t-tf CHUN HOY & CO., Wit teli maker anI Jewelers, Nnuauu street, opposite Merchants' Exchance Hare always on banc', and for sale, CLOCKS of all kinds, Gold and Sil verWatelies, Various prices, including ladies' watches; JEW ELRY of all descriptions, gold aud sil ver: best Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit all ages gold, silver and steel. Also, CHINESE JEWELRY, Of all kinds, gold and silver CHINESE FANCY I SILK (iOi D and PAINTINGS, Also, an asson inent of handsome Artificial HowerB (Chinesei; Musical Boxes, etc., etc. I RIFLES, REVOLVERS, SHOTGUNS, J With cartridges to suit. i j REPAIRS attended to and neatly executed with ! rmmptniFf, including all kinds of work iu our 1 lint of business, at very low rates. Workman ship guaranteed. The public are respectfully invited to come and I nspect the fine assortment of new and el ' gut goods at our new store, Suiuim street. 63 I CHUN HOY M CO.; jpmtssnnem.s. INTER-ISIAND Steam Navigation Co. O.IM1TKEM STEAMER W. G. HALL, (MALLI. AXI.) BATES Com inauJe WU1 run regulariy to Maalaea. Maul, and Koua and Kau, Hawaii. STEAMER IWALANI, FREEMAN. t'ommande Will run regularly to Xawlliwlli, Koloa, Eleele and W'almea, Kauas. STEAMER C. II. BISHOP, MACAULEY Commaadsr Will run regularly to Hamoa, Maul, and Kukui haele. Honokaa and Paauhau. Hawaii. STEAMER JAMES MAKEE, WEIR Commander Will run regularly to Kapaa, Kauai. T. R. FOSTER, President. J. Esa, secretary. " S3-ap7-ly WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO., Limited. STEAMER KINAU, O.orenzen, commander). Leaves Honolulu as per following schedule ouchiug e.t Lahaiua, Maaiaea, Makena, Mahu kona, KawaihueLanpanoehue. Hilo aud Keauhou: Commencing ou MONDAY'. July 26, ISSfi, and on every alternate Monday at 4 p. m., the Kinau will make the VOLCANO TRIP, reaching Keau hou on Wednesday morning, where horses and carriages are in waiting to convey passengers to the VOLCANO HOUSE (live miles in the saddle and nine miles by carnage). Passengers by this routfc will have two days aud two night at the VOLCANO HOUSE. TICKETS FOR THE ROUND TRIP TO THE VOLCANO, FIFTY' DOLLARS, WHICH PAYS ALL CHARGES. The Kinau will arrive In Honolulu Sunday mornings on Volcano 'rips. On H;lo trips, wli leave Honolulu on Tuesdays, and return Sutuiday morning. PASSENGER TRAINS will connect with the Kinau at Muhukona The Kinau WILL TOUCH at Honokala and Paauhau in down trips from Hi'o for Passengers if a signal is made from the sliore. STEAMER LIKELIKE. (Davis, Commanner;, Leaves Honolulu every Monday at p. m for Kaunakakai. Kahului, Huelo. Haua and Kipanulu, every week: Keanae, Mokulau and Nnu every other week. Returning, will stop at the above ports, arriv ing back Saturday morniugs. For malls and passengers only. STEAMER KILAUEA IIOU, (Cameron, Coruman.ler;, Will leave regularly tor Lahalna, Paauhan, Ko holaleie, Kukaiau and Ookala. steamer"leiiua, (Claik, Commander) Will leave regularly for i.akalau, Ilononm and Onomea. STEAMER MOKOLTI, iMeGregor, Commauder), Leaves for the following ports every alternate Monday at 5 p. m.: Commencing May 16th To Kaunakakal, Ka malo, Pukoo, Lahaina, Olowalu. Returning to Lahaina, Pukoo, Kamalo, Kaunakakai. Arriving at Honolulu Saturday a. m. Commencing May 9th To Kaunakakai, Lanal, Kamalo, Pukoo, "llalawa, Wailau, Ptlekunu, Kalaupapa. Returning to Pukoo, Lahaina, Olo walu. Lahaina, Pukoo, Kamalo, Kaunakakai. Arriving at Honolulu Suturrlay a. m. 82The Company will not be responsible lor any freight or package unless receipted for, nor for personal bugsage unless plainly marked. Not responsible for money or Jewelry unless placed In harge of the Purser. All possible care will be taken of Live Stock, but the Company will not assume any risk of accident SAM'L o. WILDER, President. S. B. ROSE. Secretary. OFFICE Corner Fort and Queen streets. 55-ly Mar 80 S. P. TAYLOR & CO., Paper 3raimfactiii'ers, AND DEALERS IN Paper Bast". Twines, Etc.. 414 and 416 Clay street, SAN FRANCISCO Pioneer and Pan tiemnliuo Paper Mills. South Coist Paper Mill, Sequel. Sauta Cruz Countv, Cal. 4il.ja25't8 Geo. C. Shivvc & Co.. MANUFACTURING Anil Importer of Diamonds, V'atrhes, Silver and Silver PKted Ware, Deooruted Chins, Art Brass (ioods, Fans, Canes', Umbrella, Berlin and Vienna Leather Goods, Opera Glasses, Clocks, Etc. .Tloiit j;'M'r:' aiitl Gutter Stt.. SAN FRANCISCO. 44:ja23 'S8 J. IVANCOVICH & CO. Importers, Wholesale Dealer and Commission Merchants iu Foreign Sc Domestic Fruit, BOO WMiifc'toi), and ;ol, 'O'J Jk GoO S.icsonie Sts , SAN FRANCISCO. This in the oldest established hon In this line of business n San Francism, aud we are prepared to ft 1 1 orders of all bttxls in our iitiw SPECIALTY in PACKING allkiudsof 1K1 f.r long distance markets. . V.ur I'slrunsitr fcllclll" Of. ;...lo SB. IT WM. McCANDLESS. Nu. H queeu Street. Fish Market. Dealer iu choicest BEEF, VEAL MUTTON, FISH, etc. Family and Shipping Orders carefully atteuded to. Live Stock furnished to vessels at short notice, and vegetables of all kinds supplied to order. 2tf tf JOSnUA 1IEXDY MACHINE WORKS Xu. 33 to 31 I iemout Street, SAN FRANCISCO. Manufacturers of New and dealers in Second hand BOILERS. ENGINES, AND- . MAO H I IS" K R Y" OI every description. Have constantly in stock New and Second-hand WOOD-WORKING MACHINERY, Machinists' Tools, Irrigating aud Pumping Ma chinery, Pipiug, 3?ii:e Fittings, Etc. Catalogues and price lists forwarded upon appli cation. ti24augll CHIOS llii CO,, IMPOBTKRS A CEALKRS HAY A X I (1K A1X, Telephone No. 175. mm: LEUCINE & PICHOX, Wholesale aud Retail Dealers in Poultry, tliiiue. ISuller, lieese, Ejjifs. Etc.. Etc., Elc. Stalls Nos. 2, 4 and 6 San Francisco Market, SAN FRANWSCO, CAL. Direct Importer or SuIhh li'liece. 67Cjul:ii LEEGE & MILLS, E M 1 I It E Steam, Coffee and Spice Mills. Importer ol'Tcnt, Colfees, Spices. Chartres Java Coffee, Yeast Powder, Cream Tar tar, Soda, Sals-rat us, Ground Coflee, For eign and Domestic Matches. 110-112 C lay St. bet. Sxiisoiue A Itstttery SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. P. O. Box 1580. G3SinajT:r88 TELEPHONE 5f fk-r m m -r tr Y c i PLAXIXU MILL. f -Alakes, uenr Qtfeeu St. ;w-tf To the lvifolie. The Pacific Transfer Co., Office with the Union Feed Co. Bell Telephone 7'.. Muttie.l Telephone 17S. I am fully prepared to do all kinds of drayHtfe, haullm; or niu vintr work , all of w uli h I will sum. antee to execute fait lifull v. 88 ly s. K. GRAHAM, Proprietor. ,t. it . s o is re successor to J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co., STATIONERS a NEWS DEALERS, Hawaiian Gasrfte Block. 27 .nercliiuil SI.. Honolulu. II. I. 41-lf THOMAS LINDSAY Manufacturing Jeweler, JS'o. 0 N ullum! Street. Honolulu. II. I. Particular attention pitld to repairing . '. tf irore SALE, lt,r HtVF JH-,V OfAVTITY OK OI P , w-r.;, Mnrf.'wMrh will be sold f'rV. rents' arhn.r,,l. Tfy ar useful for par-,., laying under ca, pels. V. ( AI)Vi:iiTl.l'i:i;. A i I 4 It XL1S-AT-LA W . CUKKSTK W. ASMKoau. VOL.NKT V ASMKoBlJ. Asl.forU A Ahlortt. ATTOKNFY,. COUNSELLORS, SOLICITORS, AUVOCATF-S, KTC. OihVe Ilouoiulu Hale, adjoining the Pos OtUce. 4-Jd.twif JOHN T. DARE, Ailoriic) ami 4 ouuHellor at Emm-, Office Xu. U, SprecVels Block, Honolulu 176 octJltf M, THOMPSON. ATT01INEY-AT-LA W, Office in Camp! ll's Block, corner Fort aud Merchant -tireti, Honolulu, H. I. PRAC-I !C! S IN THE CO CRTS. -S"When desired, will giye tha law in a writ ten opinion, as to the probable result of the contention upon ths facts stated 44tf J. M. MONSARRAT. ATTORNEY AT I AW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Kenl Etttttte iu any part ortlie King dom Bought, Sold and Leased on Commiasiou Loana Negotiated aud Legal Doeuwenta Drawn A'o. 27 MERCHANT STREET, Gazette Block, Honolulu. 45-tf A. 0. Cook & Son, OAK TANNED LEATHER BELTING, I.aee Leather and Header Draper, No. 415 Market street, San Francisco. 442 jau25'88 ireoisr-33reis: Foundation Timbers ! ! We have just received from Australia a few Iron bail. 1 ouudatiou Timbers. SIZES 16x1 Indiea, 12 Feet Eu. Ami ltxlH laelteM. 10 Feet Long. These timbers, as thuir name signifies, are nearly as solid and durable as iron, aud for foundation purposes, or others of like nature, cannot ie surpassed. W. O. Irwin & Co. llnov2Ctf TO R. JMayhew, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDKIi, fc6 Hotel Street. Honolulu. H I., Oppilte Fashion StabUt). P. O. hOX :i)5. BKI.L TBI Kl'llUNK r All work in my line faithNilly done. Plans and speeiacations made. Jobbing in ail details done at short notice, (food work and low chafes is my motto. "'H-dec.S-n.S Metropolitan Market 14 IN 41 STREET, a.J. WAI.I.KK, I'KOI'KI KTOR Clioleevl Meat Ironi tin ex I Herd illtea nd shlppliiK supplied on '-mOHT NOT ICR and M the Lowest Market Prices. All men!" dHlverrd from his mm ke r thor ! nogty hilled Immediately sfter killing hy means of a "!!- 'oh-man Patent lrr Air Itef rlgerU.r j Meal m Ire.. rlns aU Vkm'TO.'iKH ; '"t j , K VV ! it Y VllAN rHl.lN" kjllkomkai. . : u 5?u5lntjss Cards. a. n. iriNLkr. ;om ranaNrx Spruanee, Stanley & Co., Importers and Jobber, of Flue WHISKIES, WINES and LIQUOKS 410 Front M.t Nan Fran rl . :tia . . P.EKTELMAN.N, Contractor and Uuilder. ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON WOOD, BRICK OR STONE. Cabinet aud Carpenter Work done to order. 80 K.INU 8TRF.ET. liell Telephou 107 711 jICtf mi nn imhi 1 Biscuit Manufacturers, CK. NAXSO.HE & RhOAIIWAT STS., Sau FrnncKro. I'hI. JAMES DVNN, Snpt. HC, auglO THE INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAV IGATION COMPANY, (Umltetl Keep constantly on band, for sale, 8TFAM, FAMILY and BLACKSMITH COAL, and a general assortment of UAR IRON. XiCly Schweitzer & Co. Importers aud Jobbers of FlISTCY goods, hosiery, gloves, corsets, VIilte iool4, EuthroiHerle. Ilnmlkrf cliiel. I.Hrex, Itiltboiiw. I.nttlen" A Iilliireuf luuerHear. 29 and 31 Battery St., San Francisco 485 feblO'SS E. H. Buclmaiii & Co. Manufacturer and Dealers in SHIP STOVES, Tin, Copper, Crocker h ml Sheet Iron re. Slilp I.nleru autl Signal Oil, .12 Stewart St., bet. Market and Mission, AN FRANCISCO, CAL. Ship and Job Uoi and Move Repairlcg of all limds a specialty. 487 fblfl"t8 TO PLASTERS. V e have a band a ( iiilkitnuent tf Automatic Trash Feeding Furnaces. Foi four and fire foot furuceM, complete with g rat bars, bearers and traHh carrier. Muchlne of tbU make are now Ii. auccessfui operation at wpie keUvtlle, Makee Snitar Company and other plantation. AIho, a roimiif iirneut f ITilter Irresso.s, Ilavin all the latest Improvement. PLANTERS AND OTHERS Interested are requested to call and eaamlne tb above. For prices and lurVaer particular au ply to Win. . Irwin & (N., 2-tlI Agent. BONE MEAL!! The nrtileriiiKueJ are now v-rei-areil to re ceive order for tLin Cf lebratfil Ff tnlizr from the manufactory of Buck A OUiainU Sau Francico: The following i'h a rc jwrt of the ronix nent arts, a obtained by Chemical analy. 81 rt Water 8,10 per rnt OrRanic Matter 2'J.1 " " Hiliciotm Mattor "'' ' " Limo Sl.'O " " rhoBlioric Aci.l 23.11 " " Oxi.Ie of Iron 5 " " Carbon if Acid 1.89 ' A.lka Halt M " 100.00 ' : Nitrogen 2.7 yvr cent. Order Received trill have Pititript and Careful Attention. W. G. Irwin & Co., Amenta or the Hawaiian Inland. 2 lit MONTHLY PAYMENTS. All account f- r Advertising and Jh rr1ntl t tli- I'nrlfle -oiinnercleil terller Office will from llil date presented f.,f pay. nu-nt nmntlilv. Ut;i.otulu. Mauli 2, l"J. 111 DDK i) nn UlAWVEi I IU MaiJcyaa,wli.'.gSJ;'.i-;", '".u 1 . "'.'.'Ml. ; If '