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VOL. VJ.--NO. 180.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, AUGUST 1, 1887.
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ray,iUl Invar'mfily in Advance
A STROKE OF BUSINESS.
How t Drummer Cleared Over 301) by
m Newspaper Venture.
"I made a neat sum on the 4th of July,
16S1, said a drummer, "by a little stroke of
bfc slness which was somewhat out of my
line. President Garfield had been shot
two days before. I chanced to be in a
lonesome corner of southern Illinois on the
day of the shooting. While waiting for a
train to carry me from one little town to
another I heard a rumor that the presi
dent had been killed. A few moments
later the train came in and the train-boy
jumped out on the platform with his arms
full of bits of brown paper about eiht
inches square. 'All about I 'resident Gar
field assassinated,' he shouted.
"I rushed at him and secured one of his
bits of paper, greedily paying 10 cent3 for
it. It proved to be an extra, issued from
the ollice of a country weekly a few miles
to the north. It bore, as well I can rec
ollect, the following words: 4 We hear a
rumor that Gen. James A. Garfield, presi
dent of the United States, has been killed.
No particulars have been learned. God
.save the country!' That was all, and yet
the train boy sold 100 of the dingy squares
of paper at 10 cents apiece before I had
finished reading mine. Everybody pur
chased one and read it over and over. At
the next town, where I yot olf the train,
the scramble for papers was as great as
before. This place happened to be a county-seat
and it possessed a printing office.
An idea struck me. I went and hired the
printing office outright. Then I tele
graphed for a copy of a Chicago news
paper and got it late the next day. As
soon as it reached town I set the entire
force of the printing office to work getting
out a newspaper full of the details of the
assassination.
"Before daylight of tlj 4th of July they
had struck oil 5,000 copies of the paper on
the old-fashioned printing press. Before
surise I had hired ten boys to sell the
papers for me. I gave each 500 copies and
sent him to some little town near by
where a 'celebration' was to be held.
Most of the boys sold out his stock before
night, getting 10 cents for each copy.
Many or the country people had not heard
of the tragedy until my paper gave them
the news of it and scarcely any one in the
ctunty had gathered any details of the
ailalr, so all gave their dimes with the
greatest eagerness in exchange for the
news. I cleared over $U00 by the venture.
I remembLr that my paper announced iu
the headlines, 'President Garfield will
surely be dead before you read this.'
That sentence acted as a wet blanket on
all the country "celebrations' for miles
around." Chicago News.
Pure Air In a Ralluou.
They are now adopting a novel method
in India of giving change of air to people
who can not aUord to go away from home.
Patients are to go up In a balloon, which
ascends to a certain height and is there
made captive. It seems that a few days
passed in this admophere which is quite
dirlerent fi-'-m that of the plains under
neath, firmly iraces up the most limp of
invalids.
Dear Dandies and Their Flower.
The dear dandies are taking dower9 to
their breasts in considerable bunches, and
I shouldn't be surprised to soon see them
putting ribbons and posies on their hats.
How curious it is thitt things charming to
feuuuinlty are so disgustingly foolisn in
men? A siim dude with a lnrnquet on his
lapel Ls enough to make one sick. Clara
Bell's Letter.
The (iuitt auil the I'uvvn.
A Goat which had Fallen oil a Ledge
was loudly Complaining of his Ill-luck,
when the i'awii cmne along and ob
served: "Although you met with a Fall it has
saved from the Wolf lying in wait beside
the Path you would have Traveled."
.Moral: If we didn't have corns we
n;iit break our legs.
The I'er-.iaii Heir Apparent'! Humor.
Massood Mirza (Prince Felicitous), the
Persian heir apparent, is a short, stout
man of ?1 years. When talking to a per
son he generally shuts his left eye, which
gives a very humorous expression to his
countenance. This humorous impression
is particularly noticeable when he orders
a man's head to be cut off. Detroit Five
Press.
Het "Way to Disinfect Clothing.
Disinfection of clothing is best accom
plished by baking in a heat exceeding that
of boiling water. An etfectual heat is 2T0
degrees, which will not scorch or change
the color of the fabric. This plan is
btrongly recommended for infected bed
ding. Hall's Journal of Health.
Etymology of the Word iod.
Rev. Dr. K. Morr'shas just read an essay
to the London Philological society on the
etymology of the word God. He thinks
that it means ' thunder." and is -derived
from the Sanskrit gti, wnich means -to
sound," and is allied to gora, whic h means
"terrible." Chicago Times.
Carrying Out Great Ieter' I'rojeet.
A favorite project with Peter the Great
se rns likely to be carried out at last, the
Russian authorities having re-solved to
commence work this year on a canal be
tween the White sea and the Baltic sea.
Artanaw Traveler.
It Was a CurlouM Coincidence.
The other day while a Michigan Central
train was waiting at St. Thomas a young
man of was observed to be closely re
garding a solid looking old gent of
who had come through from Chicago.
Finally the young man stepped up and in
quired: "Isn't this Mr. B , of Chicago:'"'
"Yes, sir.''
"I am Mr. J , formerly of the same
place, but now of Toronto. Do you re
member me?"
"Really, but I do not."
"I was a clerk in your pork house. I as
pired to the hand of your daughter.
You drove me hence because I had no duc
ats." ';Oh, yes, it seems as if I do recall some
thing of the sort."
"Well, sir. I want you to understand
that you made a mistake. I am now worth
$1S,000 and could give your daughter
every luxury."
Eighteen thousand dollars, eh? That's
quite a sum."
Yes, sir, and I'm the man you drove
h nee."
Eighteen thousand dollars," mused the
tid gent. "What a curious coincidence:
'l at's exactly the sum my daughter's
husband gave her the other day to buy
mi -inner pug dogs with: 1 must jot this
coincidenc e down."
Somebody held the young man up until
the weakness left his knees a little, and
then he went hence some more. Detroit
Free Press.
G. V. as a Kural Fireman.
Charles Levi Woodbury says that
George Washington's last words were,
"Never trust a uigger with a gnu." That
has the air of an adaptation from "Never
take the horseshoe from the door," but
perhaps it is a correct quotation. When
I was down in Alexander the other day,
however, I found no one who recognized it,
but I heard some otllr things about
George Washington Avhich were quite as
interesting. I learned for the tirst time
that he was a great fireman. He was one ol
the founders of the Friendship Fire com
pany, which still exists, and when he first
went to the Continental congress in Phil
adelphia he bought a machine for the com
pany for $40. He used to run to tires
with it whenever he happened to be in
town, like the public-spirited citizen that
he was. It is remembered that a few
months before his death he was riding
through Alexandria, when the fire-belli
rang. He rode to the fire and was sur
prised that the machine was poorly man
ned and very feeble worked. Riding nr.
to a number of well-dressed men stand
ing on the curb-stone, he said: "Gentle
men, I am surprised to see you standing
idle here; it is your duty to lead in these
matters." With that he got off his horse
and himself mounted the machine. You
may be sure it was well worked from that
time on. Washington Letter.
Natural Gas Iturned in Grates.
A Pittsburger was telling me of some of
the oddities of natural gas the other day.
It seems that many houses are heated by
the gas, it being burned in grates in which
are logs of asbestos.
"These look like real logs, and burn very
naturally," he said, "only they are forever
uuconsumed. Well, folks grew tired of
simple logs, and now they have taken to
making thiugs of terra cotta as well as as
bestos, and putting them in the grates to
burn. You see they perforate them so that
little jets of dame come from all parts.
One day last week I saw two life-like Eng
lish bulldogs sitting in a fire-place covered
from head to foot with blue flames. They
seemed very contented, but guess if a
stranger had seen them unexpectedly, he
would have thought it as great a miracle
as that of Daniel in the fiery furnace. Then
again, one grate I know of is fixed up with
a chicken on her nest, while still another
is filled with little bisque French dolls."
"And does the gas really heat houses
nicely?"
"Oh, admirably. Then it is so clean. No
soot, you know, and no coal to carry or
ashes to empty. That Is its great ad
vantage." Cincinnati Times-Star.
Knglinh Ke-tpect for Americans.
"I was talking to Governor Stanford a
few nights since, and he said about the
British: "Their upper classes have very
little appreciation of a joke all England
indeed from its division into kinds and
qualities of men. Yet they will all talk
with an American from the very highest
to the very lowest. In my mind," said he,
"they unconsciously pay respect to our
form of society. We generally discrimi
nate among men with regard to their
manners. We think we can tell who is
fit to be our passive acquaintance. But
in England they will say nothing to a fel
low who is not pursuing a calling that en
titles him to their attention. They go in
a society where they unmercifully cut
each other, while the very best of them
will talk with an American and draw no
line distinction against him. "Gath's"
letter.
IiiHtuntaneoun IMiotography NotMnjf New.
Instantaneous photography, generally
supposed to be of very recent date, is said
by Mr. W. Mattieu Williams to have been
successfully achieved thirty years ago by
the late Charles Breese, the secret of
whose process died with its discoverer.
His picture of the moon, an eighth of an
inch in diameter, was pronounced a paint
ing by many, who demonstrated mathe
matically that the actinic rays of the
moon could not possibly produce an effect
cn the sensitive plate instantaneously, as
would be necessary to preserve tho cir
cular form of the image from elongation
by the earth's motion. The genuineness
of the photograph was established by the
magic lantern, the magnified picture re
vealing details which could not have been
painted. Arkansaw Traveler.
Fating Their Dinner Hack ward.
The people of Yarkum In central Asia
eat their dinner backwards; first fruit and
sweets, then meat, and last, of all soup.
First a colored tablecloth was spread be
fore them, aud lemons, peats, grape,
upricots and nectarines wit h sugared al
monds ami biscuits placed upon it. Next
came the entree consisting of minced
meat delicately seasoned, done up in paste
and cooked by itcjim. Then followed the
hash or pilatl of boiled mutton and rice
with shreaded carrots, the whole bring
iiiiC up with a basin of thick mutton broth
with barley and acid flavoring The drink
during the repast was perpetual cups of
black tea. C. Danvere.
i ROYAL INSURANCE CMP'Y
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OF LIVERPOOL.
! t A I" I 'V A It - - tlO.OOO.OOO
I XI.1M fl Kl LIABILITY.
Tlre IiisiirBtio ut all lecriion
JS will be effected at Moderate Kittes "I I'Tfm
uui, hv the undersigned.
VM. CI. IKWIN & CO
20-ilA.wtf Managers IvT Haw. Islands
XT INT I O 1M
Fire and .Marino Insurance Co.
! 'e 7.elrtinl.
CAPITAL. : tlO.OOO.OOO.
Having F.luMisliel an Agency at
Honolulu, for the Hawaiian islands, le un
dersigned are prepared to accept risks against Fire
In dwellings, stores warehouses aud merchandise,
on favorable terms. Marine riks ou cargoj
freights, bottomry, profits and commissions.
IoHsci promptly adjusted A' payable
19dwtf WM- U. IRWIN fc CO.
Tlie Xisdon
Iron & Locomotive Works,
Corner of Keal and Howard Streets,
SAN rUANClSCO CALIFORNIA
W. H. TAYLOR. . .
JOS. MOORE
President
. Superintendent
1CILPF.RS- op STEAM MACHINERY, IN ALL
its branches: Steamboat, Steamship, Land
Engine and Boilers, High Pressure or Com
pound. STEAM VESSELS of all kind hnilt complete
with hulls of wood, iron or composite.
ORIUXARY ENGINES compounded when ad
visable. STEAM LAUNCHES, Barges and Steam Tugs con
structed with reference to the trade in which
they are to be employed. Speed, tonnage and
draft of water guaranteed.
SUGAR MILLS aud Supar Making Machinery
made after the most approved plans. Also, all
Boiler Iron Work coutieoted therewith.
WATER PIPE, of Boiler or Sheet Iron, of any
size, made in suitable leiiRths for connecting
together, or Sheets Rolled, Punched and Packed
for shipment, ready to be riveted on the
groutid.
HYPRAl'LIC RIVETING, Boiler Work aud
Water Pipes made by this establishment, riv
. eted by hydraulic riveting machinery, that
quality of "work being far superior to hand
Work.
SHIP WORK, Ship and Steam Capstans, Steam
Winches, Air and Circulating Pumps, uiude
after the moat approved plans.
SOLE. AGENTS and manufacturers for the Pa
cific Coast of the Heme Safety Boiler.
PI MPS Direct Acting rumps for irrigation or
city works' purposes, built with the celebrated
ravy VaUe Motion, superior to any other
pump.
J. N. S. WILLIAMS Honolulu
Room No. II, upstairs, Spivckels Block,
5.-lmarll wtf Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
BEAVER SALOON.
. 7 POUT STKKKT.
I Opposite Wilder A Co.'s
II. J. Molte, Propr.
OI'KN -tM 3 A. M. TILL. 10 P. M
F1UST-CLASS LIMHT.S, C0FFEK,
TK.V, SODA V. ATI.U, G1AGKK AI.K,
Cif"ii ;i Tobaccos
OF BEST BRANDS
plain and Uancy 61 1K.S personally selected from
the Manufacturers, and a Large Variety
of BKT QUALITY
SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
Lovers u HII.LIAKI'S will find an Elegant
SHUNSWICK 1 CO, BILLIARD IASLS
on the Premises.
The Piuprlelor would be pleased to receive a call
from his Friends and the Public generally
who may desire a
M H. A MIOKK.OK A AMK
lilM.I ItIN.
H. J. XOLTi
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CHUN HOY & CO.,
M atelmmkers ami Jewelers.
Nuuauu street, opposite Merchants' Exchange
Have always on baiul and for sale, CLo 'KS of
all kiuds,
Gold and Si Ivor Watches,
Various prices, includi ng ladies' watches: IEW
ELIIY of all descriptions, gold and sil
ver: best Spectacles and Eye Glasses
to suit all nges gold, siler
and steel. Also,
CHINESE JEWELRY,
Of all kinds, gold and Mirer. CHINESE FANCY
SILK GOriJ-aml PAINTINGS. Also, an assort
ment of handsome Artificial Mowers i.ChineHe.;
Musical Boxes, etc., etc.
RIFLES, REVOLVERS, SHOTGUNS.
With cartridge to suit.
REPAIRS att tided to and nratly executed with
promptness, including all kinds id' work in our
line of buhl tiess, at very low raies. Workman
ship guaranteed .
The public are respectfully Invited to ionic
and inspect tlie fin assoituient 'f new and ele
gant Bonds at "Mr m-w store, N uiiatiu stieet.
CHUN HOY A CO.;
f JO ail 12
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INTER-ISI.AND
Steam Na vigation Co.
il.lMITKIi.-,
STEAMER V. G. HALL,
(M ALU LAN 1 ,1
BATES Cotuinar.de
Will run regulariV to Maalaea, Maul, and Kona
and Kau, Hawaii.
STEAMER IWALANI,
FREEMAN Commande
Will ruu regularly to NawUiw i'.i, Koioa, Eleele
aud Waimea, Kauai.
STEAMER C. R. BISHOP,
MACAl'I.KY Comma uder
Will ruu regularly to Hainoa, Maul, and Kukul
haele, Honokaa anil i'aauhau. Hawaii.
STEAMER JAMES MAKEE,
WKl R Commander
Will ran regularly to Kupaa. Kauai.
T R. FOSTER, President.
J. E.va, Secretary. s3-ap7-ly
WILDERS STEAMSHIP CO.,
Limited.
STEAMER KLNAU,
ll.oreuzcu. Commander).
Leaves Honolulu as per following schedule
otichlng at lihaina, Maaiaea, Makena, Mabu
kona, KawaihaeLaupahoehoe. Hilo and Keauhou:
Commencing on MONDAY'. July 26, ISSrt, and
on every alternate Monday ut 4 p. in., the Kinau
will make the VOLCANO TRIP, reaching Keau
hou on Wednesday morning, w here horses and
carriages are in waiting to convey passengers to
the VOLCANO HOUSE '.tlve miles in the saddle
and nine miles by carriage .
Passengers by this route will have two days
and two nights at the VOLCANO HOl'sK.
TK'KKTS EOU THE ROUND TltlP TO THE
VOLCANO. FIFTY HOLLARS, WHICH PAY'S
ALL CHAUGKS.
The Kinau will arrive ir. Honolulu Sunday
mornings on Volcano 'rips. On H;lo trips, wll
leave Honolulu on Tuesdays, and return Saturday
morning.
PASSENGKH TRAIN'S will connect with the
Kinau at Mahukoua .
The Kinau WILL TOUCH at Hotiokula and
Paauhau fin dow n trips from Hilo for Passengers.
If a sii;ual is made from the shore.
STEAMER LlKEIilKE.
(Pals, Comiuaiitier).
Leaves Honolulu every Monday at p. m tor
Kaunkakai. Kahulni, Ilnelo. liana and
Kipanulu, ever-week: Keanae, Mokulau and Nun
every other week. Returning, will stop at the
above ports, arriving back Saturday moruiiiKS.
For mails ami passengers only.
STEAMER KJLAUEA UOU,
(Cameron, Commander.,
Will leave regularly lor Labaiim. Paauhan, Ko
holaleie, Kukaiau and Ookala.
STEAMEiTLEHUA,
(Claris, Commander)
Will leave regularly for Hakalau, Ilonomu and
Onomea.
STEAMER M0K0LII,
tMctjregror, Commander),
Leaves lor the following porta every alternate
Monday at 5 p. in.:
Commencing May lt'th To Kaunakakai, K:i
malo, Pukoo, Lahaiua, Olowalu. Returning to
Lahaina, Pukoo, Kamalo, Kaunakakai. Arriving
at Honolulu Saturday a. m.
Coinmenci tit; May vth To Kaunakakai, Lanai,
Kamalo, Pukoo, Halawa, Wailau, l'elekunn,
Kalaupapa. Returning to Pukoo, Lahttiiia, Olo
walu. Lahaina, Pukoo, Kamalo, Kaunakakai.
Arriving at Honolulu Saturday a. m.
Ci? The Company w ill not be responsible tor
any freight or packages unless receipted for, nor
for personal baggage uniesa plainly marked. Not
responsible for money or jewelry unless placed in
hnrRe 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
W. B. ROSE, secretary.
OFFICE Corner Fort and cjueen streets.
6.".-Iy Mar 30
S. P. TAYLOR & CO,
Paper liinuthctiircvs,
AND DEALERS IN
Paprr liit&;H. Titiue. I'.le..
414 and 41(1 Clay sirt-et," . SN FRANCISCO
Pioneer and Sun t-icronimo Paper Mills.
South Coast Paper Mill, Soijuel, Santa Cruz
County, CfU. 4iLi:l'lr' 'WH
(J oo. C. Slnevo k Co.,
M AM I 'l 1 HlNil
JEWELERS
Ami Importers of
Diamonds, Watches, silver and Silver Plated
Ware, D,i:orated Chi tia. Ait I'.rass (inods. Fans,
Canes. 1 mbrellas, Perlin F.nd Vienna Leather
(ioods. Opera tilasses, Cl.u Us, Etc.
JliHilsimifry iiml Sii I tcr Sl..
SAN FRANCISCO. 4 1.11a 'AM
J. IVANCOVICH & CO.
Importer-, Wholesnle Dealers and Coiiiinlss'on
Men hauls in
Foreign te Domestic Trait,
.100 Washington, and t'.Cl, ':n:i X i'? Sinsome StH ,
SAN KflxNCISCO.
This is the oldest est -.Mlstied house in this
1 1! tie of bus) nea-i 1 u San Francisco, and wo are
j prepared to fill orders of all kinds In o-ir litie.
I SPECIALTY I" PACKINi all kind, of J It I IT
for long distance markets,
i 1 our roimue In Sellrlleil'
,tr, ii.irlo'hb
W3I. MrCAXDLESS.
'o. G 4tuei Street.
Fisii Market. Dealer in choicest BKEI", VEAL
ML IT ON. FIsH.etc.
Family arid shipping Orders carefully attended
to. Live stock furnished to vessels at short
notice, and vegetables of all kinds supplied to
order. if
New Photograph Rooms.
OVER NICHOL's STORE. FORT STREET,
next the Shooting Gallery. Pictures, Port
raits and Views. First-class work. Satisfaction
guaranteed. 114ap2 . A. ciONSALVF.S.
JOSHUA 11EXDY
MACHINE WORKS
o. 35 to 31 Fremont troel.
SAN UlANClsCO.
Manufacturers of New and dealers in Second
hand BOILERS, ENGINES,
-AN D-
E A C I-i I jNt E. TIl
Of etcry le-rliiioii.
Have constantly in stork New and Second-hand
WOOD-WORKING MACHINERY,
Machinists" Tools, Irrigating aud Pumping Ma
chinery, Piping,
JPire Fittings, Etc.
Catalogues and price lists forwarded upon appli
cation. C."Jaugll
urn tin co
IMt'OKlKKS DKALfkS
HAY AM ;KA1..
Telephone No. 175.
U'.lf
LEEGE & MILLS,
F. l 1 I It K
Steam, Coffee and Spice Mills.
IiiiHrterH l Tea. 'irVe, friloei.
Chartres Java Coffee, Yeast Towder, Cream Tar
tar, Soda. SaheratiiH, Orouud Coffee, For
eign and Domestic Matches.
HO. 11''H St. hot. Siiiiwonip A' Battery
SAN FRANCISCO, UAL.
P. O. Uox 1'iHo. OA'iuayLl'tfS
TELEPHONE 55
'NTERPHISrp
PLAXIXtJ MILL, f
Alakea. near lueeii St. h.ZH
:ts-tf
To Che lublic.
The Pacific- Transfer Co.,
Office with the Union Feed Co.
Hell Telephone 17.V Mutual Telephone 17i.
I am fully prepared to do all kinds of drayace,
liHiiIim; or moving work, all of wnh h I will kuhi.
an tee to execute f alt I if nil v .
Hi) ly S. E. i.RAIIAM. Proprietor.
J. I T . S O V K T ,
Successor to
J. M. 0;it, A Co.,
STATIONERS a NEWS DEALERS,
ITmvciiuni ('i3f(t, lilock.
27 Merf limit St.. Ilonolul u.
41-tr
THOMAS LINDSAY
.Manufad iii-inn Jeweler,
Ni. 0 X ii 11 mm ii Street, io? v
Honolulu. II. I.
Particular attention paid to repati iiuc.
-E HAVE A I.ARnr (,'C A NTITY OF OLD
nen-spprrs on Imnd. which will be sold
for1.', cents a tnitutied. Thev nr. useful for
I wr-ippl n! parcels. layiOK under carpet, etc.
r. c. aovkhtiski:.
AdvcrlisemfntS.
AnRXKYS.AT.WW
CUHkSCK W.
ASHFUKU.
VOLNXY V,
ASMKORD.
Ailifortl A A.lilortl,
ATTORNEYS, COUNSKLLORS, OLICHORS,
ADVOc'ATKs, ETC.
Orll.-e -Honolulu Hale, adjoining: the Pos
Office. :dwtf
JOHN T. DARE,
Atturiiei niitl 4'uunellur at Law.
Office No. 12, Spreckels Block, Hoiiolnln
176 oct'Jltf
M. THOMPSON.
A TTO R N E Y - A T- L A V ,
Office iu Caiupl ell's Block, corner Fert and
Mercbati! .-.treets, Honolulu, H. I.
PRACI 1 i.S IN THE COURTS.
"Yhen desiird, will give tli law in a writ
ten opinion, as to the probat le result of the
contention upon the tacts stated 4-ttt
J. 1V1. MONSARRAT.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AN O
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Real I'-Mtate In nuy part of t lie KIiik
dom iloiiK hi, Sold aud Leased on Cotnmiaslou
ioaiift Negotiated and Legal Doeuineula Drawn
Ko. 27 MERCHANT NTKEKT,
(Gazette Block, Ifonoliilu. i't-U
A. 0. Cook & Son,
OAK TAX NED
LEATHER BELTING.
I.ace Leather and
Header I)ritier,
No. 415 Market street, San Francisco.
Hi Jan'5'8S
Fouiidation Timbers ! !
We have just received from Australia a few Iron
hai k Foundation Timbers.
SIZES 16sl'I iuclie. 12 Feet Louk.
And 14 ulS I ur lie, 16 Feet Iintr.
I bene timbers, as their name dignifies, are
nearly as solid aud durable an iron, and for
foundation purposes, or others of like nature,
caunot be surpassed.
AV. a. Irwin & Co.
ailnov'JStf
Til .R. JlvTayhew,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
S Hotel Street, llonoluln. If I.,
(Oppxlte Fashion WtahUs).
V. ). BOX :t!5.
BELL THLK1MIONK f
Ail work tn my line falthtolly done. i'U.ns and
Specification made. Jobbing In all detailn done
at short notice. Jood work and low chare n
my motto. .r.8-dec,1-r.
Metropolitan Market
IIIMJ STKIII.
U, "J. WAI.I.KB,
BI'.ril'l'.IFTnH
Tioleet lent Iroirn l'liie.l llerrfs
nillle and .hipping supplied on SHOUT
NOT ICE and at the
Lowest Market Prices.
All mestji delivered from On market r thor
otiilly li!lled linmnilmtPly Hftor kllllnir hr nien
; of ItelM 'oleinan I'atent Irr vAir lierrilfPraior
M.t so trpt.t rtaln all lt JuIct pmpertloa.
land b (irAKANTFK.W TO KKKI" I.oN.lKH
jAKTF.lt t'KI.IVKHT THAN Fit KH I.Y
K 1 1. LED Mr I'. : t
john iririKci
Spruanec, Stanley & Co.,
Importers and Jobbers of Fine
WHISKIES, WINES AND LIQUORS
410 Front St.. Su Frnnrlr.
S tt A w
II. F. 15ERTELMANN,
Contractor ami Builder.
ESTIMATES H'HNISHED ON WOOD, BRICK
1)11 STONE.
lJL A.jNTS DRAAV 1ST
Cit.iuet aud Carpenter Work doue to oriler.
bY. KINO STREET. Bell Telephone 107
Tlljelf.tf
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Biscuit Manufacturers,
tOlt. SANSON E A llKOAltU AV STS.,
Sau I'rMiirlHro, t'eil.
JAMF.S ri'NN, Snpt. iC MgM
THE INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAV
IGATION COMPANY,
(l.lmile4l.
Keep constantly on hand, for sale, STFAM,
FAMILY aud BLACKSMITH COAL, aud a general
assortment of BAH IKON. ;r.'61y
Schweitzer & Co.
Importers and Johhers of
KVISTCY GOODS,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, COESETS,
Wlilte 2mmIsi. Kmhriiiderle. Ilnntllier
-Iiiefw. Iee, RlbtioiiN. I.HtieN A
4'liiltreiiH' I iHlerttear.
29 and 31 Battery St., San Francisco
4h: fehlo'W
E. H. Buckiiam k Co.
Manufacturer, and Dealer, in
SHIP STOVES,
Tin, Copper, frofkerj niiil hheet Iron
VI ares, Ship I.nnlerii nl
SiKiml Oil.
'22 .Stewart .St., Let. Market and Mission,
SAN 1TLVNCISCO, CAL.
Ship aud Joh Work and stove Ke pairing of alt
kinds a specialty. 7 fehlU'M
TO 1'LAXTEIJS.
W have on hand a inlKrmenl of
Automatic Trash Feeding
Furnaces.
Foi four and five foot furnaces. complete with
grht liars, bearers and trash carriers. Machines
of this make are now It. successful operation at
Mpre kelavllle. Mskee HiiRar Company and other
plamatioua. Also, acotiBlgnmeiu ol j
Filter Presses,
Having all the latest Improvements.
PLANTERS AND OTHERS
Interetd are requested to rail and examine, tba
above. For prices and turtber particular, ap
ply to
Win. (i. Irwin & Co.,
Ahreut.
HONE MEAL !!
The rniflerMRnM re now rrPired to re
oeire orders for ihi Celebrate.! rtrlilisr
from the mamifactory of Bark A OLUmH
San Francisco:
The followiuK report of th compo
nent parta, as obtsitu .1 y Chomlcil nly
his:
VUT
Organic Matter
Hilioiotis .Matter
Liinfl
Phosphoric Acnt
Oxide of Iron
Carbonic Acid
Alia ShIIs
1110.00
Nitrogen 2.7 r'r ccul.
Orders Jierrirrd trill Amr Prompt
and Cartful Attention.
W. 0. Irwin & Co.,
Agents or the Hawaiian Island.
ittf
MONTHLY IAYMENTS.
All accounts f r Advertlsliif and Job riintltif
at I lie
lrlftr (oiiimrrrlal ,4lerller
Ofllce will from this date be presented for pay.
ment monthlr.
Honolulu. Mieli ?, IV
. L. BTASLF.T.
A ER CAN CRACKER CO
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