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4 - ', '. ( VOL. VI. NO. 1SS. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY , AUGUST 10, 1887. PRICE 5 CENTS. (Ja t a. If If " II II iff a v-. if! I i i I i I h f fi ? fi ii ! M M 8 I t il ii El n I 5 t-f lit n i3 .4 I THE DAILY Pacific Commercial Advertiser; Kvory Morning Kxtrept Suudnys. slliH'UiniONS : 1.1LV V. I.'. Akvk.kthkk, one 'fr .. JJvlt-t V. C. AliVMil'iKi:, sit mouths. Onuv i". (.'. V lv nsKK, ilirf f iiioiilhi. . 3 . 1 1.ILY I'. ('. AUUKtltkll, pT luOllttl WttibKi.v V. AuviHiiKK,i)iiye4r 5 t e'. i MiiiM-ri(liuu, V. r. V. A . i imiuiiii(4 I'IMtA'f 1 0 Payitb'a Invariably in Adrnnce Otflilltrt-e nuiX tti Uopotter. "In this way," iilil the colonel, ' I sivm liocaino ji conspicuous tl.utv to uewspajH-T rc;nlcrs, until I was probably the Iwst ul vcitiscil man in tht luuntry. 1'ho things that appeared about me were usually written by journalists who were well ac quainted wdh me, but once in n while, they would overstep the mark and put ridiculous things In my mouth words that I had never uttered. Knowing that they meant all riht, I made it a polnt, and still make it h point, never to deny what Is credited to me In newspa pers. Now it has ge-t so far that the av erage editor seems to think that anything that is written about me will be read, and reporters, knowing this, write about ma when they cau't write of anything else. If they have an interesting but ridiculous story and see no excuse to publish It, they simply put it in my mouth so that I am made a fictitious character. On!' one proniineut journalist hna said har-h things about ine, and ho is Charles A. Dana. I ofteu wondered why he did so. 1 c'.i 1 not know the gentleman, but alway had the greatest admiration for Lira. It was only recently that I found out the reason. I met him at a dinner party ;md was introduced to him. As he took my hand he seemed to be greatly astonished iad he looked at me In a very qulczicul manner. Finally he said: 'Can this lc the real genuine Col. Tom Ochil tree, of Texas?' I said that It certainly was. 'Why,' he said, Col. Ochiltree, I am T.e'.i ;hted to meet you, but I expected to meet a far ditTcrent man. I had read so ranch about ou In the newspapers that I had formed my own Idea; I thought you were an ideal looking cowboy.' This is but ouo case that I meet with every day. The majority of people who don't know mo think that there Is actually hair on my teeth." X. V. Cor. Kansas City Times. The ltay at SavannaU. Uetter than the porks and drives of Favanr.ah I liked the pLoce they call the bay. If commerce had cot claimed this spot fashion must have leeu eaer for such a place to drive or walk in. The esplanade is wide, and, though there is always life and a certain busy air there, there" f.re times when you need not be jostled, and can look at your leisure across the river at the cou :itry beyond, which has the appearance of a picture spread out for your benefit. It seems to be great praise to say of a landscape that it looks like a picture. From this bluff, which is forty or fifty feet high, the country of woods is peculiarly attractive, lying be yond the water, with an Arcadian calm contracting sharply with the busy life about you. Perhaps it is the absolute contrast which makes the scene so strik ing. Von are in the very midst of ware houses, of buying and selling, and the din of a large city; there, seem Vug but a hand's breath away, is the solitude of the woods and fields. You cau almost see the rabbit starting away from the copse, and escaping through the long grass; jtu can 6meil the woodland scents. When I think of Ssivanuah I shall always think first of the bay The tall warehouses below the bluff and close against it, with feet in the river, add a striking feature to the place; it is over their roofs that you look off at the sylvan !x?auty beyond the stream. Cor. New York Post. Coultlu't Stand Everything. Two Arkanaus eugriged.in conversa tion: "Say, Uncle Billy, you live in er pretty tough neighborhood, duu't yer?" "Putty tough, Sam; putty tight on ther slacs." "Do yer ever get in fighti?" "No rights." "Whtit do yeu d.j when er feller calls yer r .iht?" " m il. I think that rnebbe he knows more ertint it than I do, and jest let the thing rocK along." "Yes, and spozen he calls yer er thief?" "Wa'll, I jes think that mebbe he's better posted than I am." "Spozen he calls you a coward' ' "I wouldn't argy with him." "Wa'll, !izen he'd say that yer couldn't tell ther age uv er boss by lookin' in his month V "What! me not know ther age uv er hoss? W'y, Sam, f c-r feller wuz ter say that, he'd have me ter whnp, right there. Don't talk teriie, Sam, don't talk ter me, for it makes me mad ter think about it." Tama Herald. IVTiitelaw Keld'a PalatUI Bath lioom. WhiteLaw Heid has long held the honor able position of the dandy of the press. He carries his fastidious tastes into all the habit." of life. He likes Urge spaces, for he is accustomed to fill large pac-s. Accordingly he is the only editor who II ve in a palace. It is the house which was built by the ingenious Mr! Henry Viliard out of money which came lata his hands through what were called blind pool3. This wonderful hottse 1 6aid to contain thlrtten bath rooms, all lineal with Sinr.A marble, the tubs being of crearn colored porcelain. The arrangement was triage for the fccorr,modatiori of the Thirteen :iub. which, cor.i'-trt of tht- thirteen inves 'xrs in the blind .;Ls. This was a J-li-mxe fantasy of Air. Henry Villarch and as cieact to giw each of the Investors m interest in the alnce which is the onlv aionument cf their folly. This wonderful vuaoe w;ta the thirteen bath rooms built f uenna. marble, contains a drawing room jxa largo ns the famcms east room in the .h'te llu-ase; the dining room la' a spacious npartraent forty feet "long, thirty feet wide and twenty-five feet high. Ne"vv i'ork Star. IN A SUN CLUSTER. LIFE IN CONSTtLLATION HERCULES A NEVER ENDING DAY. ! A Story Which the lar Sreliif Astron omer Ueul In the Star A I.uiul of IVip.turtt l)ll;ht-Tht I.tjjJil uf 1 I ft '! MOODS. In the constellation IITcnles there h a compact star clu-tt-r wvll known to i he owners of Hwei f til teleM-opt s ai o!i' of the most interesting and wonderful phenomena to be found in the heavens. To the naked eye it looks like a fame .'tar. In the telescope it appears as a spherical mass of stars, with short, straggling tt reams, also composed of stars, radiating from it. William llersr'iel computed t'.io number of stats in this cluster at not less than Il.UJi). in the tenter they appear so compressed that it is imiossihle to count them. Of course every one of the members of this starry swarm is a sun, and astronomers have sometimes piqued their imagination by wondering what must be the condition of things prevailing in such a system . f" suns, ami what result? liow from ih inevitable laws of gravita tion there. Could inhabited worlds exil in a sun cluster' Take the bright star Sinus, the mnrt brilliaut fixed star in the heavens. Any one who wishes can see it in the southern heavens early in the evening at this sea son. Various estimates of the light of Sirius have made it from one twenty-thousand-milliouth up to about one tlve-thousand-mllllonth of the sun's light. Suppobt we adopt the latter figure as be ing the most favorable to Sirius. Then comparing this with the fraction repre senting the light of a star in Hercules as seen from its nearest neighbors In com parison with that of the sun, namely, one three million -blx-hundred-thousandfh, we l And that the light of the star Is nearly ! 1,400 times as great as the light that Sir- j ius sends to us. In other words, if we could visit the cluster in Hercules, we j should find that its stars, as poen from a distance of i, 000, 000, 000 miles, their aver- j age distance apart, would shine 1,400 j time as bright as Sirius shines in our ; sky. j Sirius is probably 500 times as bright as : the faintest star that the naked eye per ceives on a clear night. Then imagine a star three times as much brighter than Sirius as Sirius is brighter than the smallest star you can see, and you will have some notion of the brilliancy of the stars In question as seen from one an other. A PfinrETCAI- DATLfGnT. Now let us suppose a world revolving around a star situated at the center of the cluster. Assuming that the surrounding stars are arranged ki a pretty symmetrical wav. there would be a dozen ' of them within a distance of 0,000, 000, W0 miles, and each of these would, as seen from th world at the center, appear 1,400 tim; brighter than Sirius appears to us There would be upward of rk'ty stars twice as far away, each of which would be 850 times as bright as Sirius. Thus the stars of the cluster, as seen from the center, . would go on increasing in number. and dJ minishiug in brightness, but as the total number is limited to 14,000 or 15,000, the outermost stars would be approximately 135,000,000.000 miles away, and each would shine six times as bright as Sirius. i It is apparent that there would be a ' sort of perpetual daylight at tho Wnter of such a congregation of suns. Let us cc about how bright this k'ght would be. Of course our supposititious planet might re ceive from the sun to which it belonged as brilliant a daylight as our sun gives to us. but what would be the illumination of it3 nights, or, in other words, of that side of, it which was turned away from it3 i sun? Zollner has estimated the light of ! the sun to be OIS.000 times as great as j that of the full moon. This, upon the esti- ' mate of the amount of Sirius' light as ! compared with the sun's that we have i adopted, would give the moon about 8,000 times as much light as Sirius. j EQUAL TO FIFTEEN MOOXS. Since each of the btars in the cluster i has 1,-100 time3 the light of Sirius, at t,- j 000,000.000 miles distance, and there are a dozen of them within that distance of the ! center, it follows that these dozen stars ' will shed above twice as much light upon -a world in the center of the cluster as the full moon sends to us. And since the ' light received from a body varies inversely : as the square of its distance, while the number of such bodies arranged in the ' roughly spherical way we have supposeu '. would increase directly as tea square of , their distance from the center, it is clear ' that the amount of light received from the . whole cluster would be as many times the amount received from the twelve stars nearest the center, a? the radius of the 1 cluster excels (.C0,000,0;iO miles. This would be about fifteen times, and so the total amount of light shed upon the center would be tlfteen tim-?s the amount shed from the l:m twehe stars, or about thirty times the amount thit the full moon pours upon tne eartn. isut onlv half the ?tar3 ,l the cluster voaM e above the- horizon at oiice, and so the Ilia minatiou of tLe night kj" oa car imagin ary world would belil'teeii times as bright as the light of the full moon ujon tha earth. Tho number of stars visible to us with the unaided eye ou a oleAr night is not over 3.000, and the great majority of these are so faint that they require some atten tion to he een at all. ' IIow contemptible, then, is the f-tarry firmament presented to us iu compArison with the glorioixs heavens in this sun cluster of Hercules, where .more than twice aa many stars we can see biaie nightly with a radiance so brilliant that the faintt of them are six times a? bright as the greatest stir in our sky. New York tun. Without u Single Kit. A native Per?!au who lectured In Iew tf,rk the other day said the Persian youth vi a!lwl to take Jnstcne from lis Tature on the eve before their rarrirtse,. provided Le cfAld find ber in a lark room full tZ otner uhuc. Aiuiougn le waa engaged for three yeArs be never jot out in all that Lime." Over 7,000 houses ' are owned m New tork clty by tha Aator family, who keop ! i larga number of architects constantly j r7- '.- 1 3uDcnisiiifnts. ROYAL INSURANCE C MP'Y OF LIVERPOOL. FiHITiL - 10.000.000 L'NUMI Tkl I.I A 11 I LIT V. I.ir- Iiiiirni4 i nil lf i rlt ion 1 will be ctlVt'tftl ut Moilerule ftatt-s of IT n. uiu, tiy ttie unler(iliiit-it. WM. J. IKWIN & CO a)-d.twtf MuiuiKrrs (or Haw. IsIhihIh j tj x o is? j Fire ami Murine insurance Co. ; OI X Zertlnud. I AIM r A I,. : IO.(K(.iWKj nHvluic l'.Mf Hlllliel mii A:i-iiy t ' Honolulu, for Hie llawaiittn IhIiuhIs, Hie nu- , ill itwelllitKN, nUrt'H Wiirt'liousc! ttn.l itii-ri'tiundl .n fvornl tTtiiH. Marine ri!,k; ia -iu-KO f.t'Isjhtn. lH:tni , profits m.d roniiiuvloiis. I.ts'i iriutll aljiiNll A anh4' lt-ilwtf WM. i. IKWfN A O. The Kisdon Iron & Locomotive AVorks, Corner oi' L'eal aud Howard Streets, SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA W. H. TAYLOK JOS. MOO HE , President Superluteudnt BUILPFRS OF STEAM MACHINERY. tN ALL ltd bm tides: 8teamtoHt, Steaiuablp, Land Engine aud boilers, iilgh Pi-iure or Cum oi ml. STKAM VI'FRILS of all kind butlt complete with hulls of vtood, lion oi coniTosite. ORDINARY ENGINES compounded when ad visable. sT AM LAfNCUFP, Barges and Steam Tiifcs co Hiructed wltL reference to the trade In which they are to be employed. Speed, tonnage and draft ot water guaranteed. NL'UAR MILLS and Rusar Making Machinery made alter tha most approved plans. Also, all Holler iron Work conuccted therewith. WATER FIFE, of Loller or Sheet Iron, of any size, macie in tuiialltr lengths for connecting togeiLer.or SLeeis Rolled, Punched and Packed for shipment, ready to be riveted on the groucd. HYDRAULIC RIVETING, toller Woik and Waier Pipes made l.y this establishment, riv eted hy hydiaulic riveting machinery, that quality of work being fai upeiior to ia&nd Work." SHIP WORK, Ship and Steam Capstans, Steam Winches. Air and Circuluting Pumps, made fter the most approved plans. SOLE AGENTS and maLtifactuiers for the Pa cific Coast of the Heme Salety Boiler. PIMPS Direct acting lumps for itrigation or city works' purposes, built with the celebrated Davy Valve Motion, superior to any other pump. J. N. S. WILLIAMS Honolulu Room No. 3. nptstairs, Srrectels' Flock, 551mar 2diwtf Agrut for Hawaiian Islands BEAVtH SALOC POK I' I K K ft Opposite Wilder A Co. 'si ii. J Norte, Propr. OPEN SOU i A. M. T1LX 10 P. M IRST-CLASS LIXCUKS, IWFI'fcK, TKA, SUDi UiTF.E. (lCHi lit. Oigra fsi si nil Tobacco- OF BEST BRANDS Plain nd Fancy PI PES personally selected fron the Manufacturers, and a Large Variety of BfcHT QCALITY SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Lorerso BlLI.IARiis will And an Klenant mma & co. auuu iasi: on the Premises. The Fioprler vrouM b- pleased to receive a. ch: i . from his Friends aud the Put lie generally I bo mar desire a j I.rNClI. A NMOKE. OK A OAMK j BILMARBS. i II. J. N0LTE. 34-f.f ( CllU IF ill tV i O. , M'fttrtimalicra nml Jewelor, S'unma street, opposite Merchants' Exctanre Rave always on band and for ale, CLOCKS of all kl nds. Gold and Silver Watches, Various price. Inrlndinjf ladies' watches; JEW. LR of ail descriptions, ?o!d and sil ver; best Spectacles nd Eyeglasses to suit all ag's (?"ld, silver and steel. Also, CHINESE JEWELRY, Of nil klndi, (told and silver CHINESE FANCY "ILK GO D and PAINTINGS. Also, an assort ment of handsome Artificial Flowers (Chinese); Musical Boxes, etc., etc. RIFLES, REVOLVERS, SHOTGUNS, With cartridge to salt. REPAIRS attended to and neatly execnted with promptness. Ineti(J)nf all kinds cf work In onr lln of bnsl nei, at very low rates. Workman ship guaranteed. Ths public ar respectfully Incited to eome and t oiipeet tb floe assortmaot of new and sl gaut wood at onr nsw store. Nuotnu street. CHUN HOY & CO. 990 aUf 12 diTrtlSfWfnts. INTER-ISLAND Steam Navigation Co. ll.lMIlKlt.i Si'KAMEIi W. Ci. HALL, ,MAI.lU.M,) BATKH ( 1 ! ! Will run rt-(.;iil.4r y ) M .".lui:;, .wnl K and Koii, H.itiii.i Im r,A. 1H.U..I.U, t r.i- i- . a :- ...! 1 J 1 a Iti.ut (t, 1 . . n-:MKk c. R . iusiiop, M A i ' A I l.i-' V Coaiutuntlt r Wl'.l r'Mi rt'tftilnrli- in I'uuiua. Maul, and Kuitul .nu'lc, lluiiotuiu ul::i i i.uiiliuc. ilitwttji. 6TKAMKU JAMKS MAKEE, WKIH Oeinmander Will run regularly to Kapau, Kauui. T, R. FOSTER. Prealdfcnt. 3. Kma. ecretrv. frt-a,p?-ly WILDER'S STEA1IS01P CO., L.liuile4i STEAMER KINAU, (Lorenzn, Coinnianderi, Leaves Honolulu per following schedule) ouchliiiC ul Luhuina, Mauiat-a, Maketm, Mabu kona, Kan aihue Luiinuiehe. llllo and Keauticu: C'omineui'iiiK on MONLA V.July 2, lsh, and on every ttileriiHte Monday st 4 p. m.,ttje Klnuu wul mukf tne VOLCANO 'UiIP, reHchlng Keau liuu on Wt'dnesduy .iiornlu);, w here horses and currlagt-s ure in wuiiliiK to convey paasi-nf ers to the VuLt'A.NU IiOLK (live miles in the saddle und nine milt by -urrluj,'-y. PaKseiigeis by thin rout- will nave two days and two uitflil ul ihe VOLCANO itOUKfc". TICKET.- FOK Til,". KOL'i'J TRIP TO THE VOLCANO, FIFTY LiOI.LAHiS. WUICli PAYts ALL Oil A HOES. lbr Kiuau will urrlve In Honolulu Bnnday nlonlng on Volcano Tips, ou H;lo trips, wil leave Honolulu ou Tn-sluyB, and return Saturday nioruiiiK. PAxsESaEK TltAIX.s will connect with the Kinau t Mahulcoiin, The Kinau WII L TOL'CII at Honokaia and Paauhau nu down tri:?: from HPo tor Passengern if a signal Is maiio from tho shore. STEAMER LIKELIKE. (Daviit, t'on.mnimet;. Leaves Honolulu cery Mvind.iy at p. u tor Ki.uiiakakHi. Kuhtiltii, llut-lo. Hana aud Klpauiilu. f very week: Kraiiae. .Mnkiilan and Jsuu every )th-r week. IteturnlriK. will stop at the above ports, arriving nuck Saturday mornings For alalia anl panenfeer only. STEAM E: KJJ.AIEA IlOl , Cumeroii . O-nimarirter, "tl' leave reK'Hurly n.r L:.halna, Pauubau, Ko iioia:tif, Kukitiau ;.:iti Ookul i. STEAM E LE II U A, (Clark, Commander) Will leave regularly :'or Utkalau, Ilonotnu and Ouoiuta. STEAMER MnKOLIl, .McOregur, Commander). Leaves for the follitwinij ports every alternate Monday at ft p. in.: Cotmnencing May 16th To Kannakakal. Ka inalo, Pnkno, Lihaina, Olowal'i. Returning to Lahaina, Pukoo, Kainalo. Kauuakakai. Arriving at Uonoluln Satniday a. m Cotuiuenci ng May 9th To Kannakakaf, I anal, Kainalo, I'ukoo, tlalawa, Wailau, Pelekunu, Kalaupapa. Heturntng to Puloo. I .'il.aina olo wain. Lalniliia, I'ukoo, Kainalo. Kaunakakai. Arriving at lionoli.lu Satuiday a.m. The C"Mi'l!. vi!l no n- rt"jii)rnih!t i.-r aiiy freitrlit or :,--Knm- utr. f- r-c i;.td for, ; for pf-rsoiiui hi'.iririi.''- '...'t' pii!-.iy :narV.i't Z. ; responamie fur it.i:;ey or jevrehy inlesM placeii n liitrKe of t li- Purser. AH poimiou- e.tr .'f' t.n ' l.i vi :n-k . ?n t li.e Curiipiir-y w ! t . -:!.(. -' uf : :i -A'.i I, v ;: ;.. i . it. - t- ,ii iir h' 't :ti.tj it;e ii -.rt''s. ft.) i V Mxr S. P. TAYLOR & CO, Puper 3 1 an ii Hi ( ' t u ror s . AND LKALins i:i 1'npcr ng. Tiii', i;tc. 414 and 41C Clay street, SAN FRANCI8CO Pioneer and 9r" jeronimo Paper Mill". Bouth Coast Paper Mill, Soqnel, Banta Crui County. Cal. 41Ja25 '8 Geo. C. Slireve & Co., MANUFACTURING J E W E LERS And Importern of Tdamonds. 'Watches. Silver and Silver Plated Ware. Pecorated China, Art Brass Goods, Fans, Cats8. Umbrellas. DerMn and Vlsnna Leather Goods, Opera Glasses, Clocks, Eto. Montgomery rikI iSnttcr Wis.. RAN FRANCISCO. t482B'S8 J. IVANCOVICH & CO. Importers. VTholessle Pealers and Comrolssfon Merchants in Foreirn & Domestic Fruit, 500 Washington, and Wl, 01 60 Sansoroe 8s., BAN FRANCISCO. Thla Is the oldest established house in this line of hnslnes in Ran Frunoisco, and w r prepri o fill order rf all hinds in mir ltn. aPECMLTT In PACKING all kinds of FBUIT for lonx distance markets. Yar lnf roiifMt ls olteltPtl lUMlO'Dt WM. MeCAXDLESS. Sit. 8 Cue-n .Street, Fish Murkn. lealer In cholc-st UKEF. VEAL MUTTON, i Ill,. tc. Family and shipping Orders carefully Attended to. Live .Stor k f hi n .ln 'i to vi'Mi'la ul ahort ilotlCt-, uiJ.l vexetit'ni s i.f all KiihIt bJpplV t to iT ier. '.' I tf TAItO FE()i; ! I A (TORY, . itllul. u. .! nil, '" .rti:N p.n i i i.M:u: on thflimy, i ' Mav .'' il., :,i me Wj i itjred toknpjly '1 A i O r l.Ot it in a:. j- n:i,ii.s l uh ntw in i ii, r-,'- 1 n .f, ei y i,nl ether up; :ii'iltUi lie rrft ut . (. "r nu I Mi If I'D to -tlll'lV 'H.O llji.l lUl V, li I c I, l; l ! 1 (. M i.ii lifin tvei j r .l tiot i . A'l avri to li ..,t to w H. CUMYINS. .'!:.!: , : . ! .!.: v, W'l-.i u. V.f.ul , or to i.i ;:r.u . co . .:'r- nts, if.yn.-iniu. I ' Inn-. . 'I I lv ..!(). 1HIA IIL.MIV MAOHLNE WORKS o. 35 to 01 l'.i'iiioiit Struct, EAN FRANCISCO. Manufacturers of New and dealers in Second hand BOILERS, ENGINES, -AND- MACHINERY Of every deerlptlou. Have constantly in stock New and Second-hand WOOD-WORKING MACHINERY, Machinists' Tools, Irrigating sod Pumping Ma chlnery, Piping, I?ipe Fittings, Etc. Catalogues and prloe lists forwarded upon appli cation. 6augll UKICK FZED CQ IMPOB1KBS A DKaLEJiS In II AT AND OKA! If, Telephone No. 175. 35 tf LEEGE & MILLS, Steam, Coffee and Spice Mills. ImiiorterH vl Tea. CofTeeM plce. C'ba tres Java ' oflee, Yeast Powder, iem Tar tar, Soda, fcalmratus, Ground Coffee, For elxnand DoineNtic .Matches. 410-41 t lay St. bet. Sniiseme A Knttery SaN iRANCiSCO, CAL. P O. Box I5&-. eaCmajlS'HA TELEPHONE 55 FNTESPEIS f ? PLANING MILL. j A in It cm. iieAr tpirru Si. To tlio P'ubiic. ;Tiie vnnfiv Transfer Co., ; oil c" with th Un'on V-ifi Co. n.-'j rrvpl--.il. i?;. MntM"' Teiet'hr.i.eJia. t I a:- full' pri pxr.-ul to ilor.il lttt;1of f'TATKjre, brtiii'ii .' or nit-.vii'if wnrk, i ' o' vutt;-, r !!i uai 1 a i't'i- to pvpi-iii.' f" : : t f'i !v . I I1-- s. p. (-P.MTAM. Prnrrletor. J. II . SOT IL R V 9 Suoce::cor to J. 31. Oat, Jr., & Co., STATIONERS & NEWS DEALERS, Hawaiian Gazette Block. 37 Mf rrbnut Nt., Honolulu. H.I. 41 tf THOMAS LINDSAY Manufacturing Jeweler, Wn. AO 'Ciinnnn N !-- L!M Hoinolnln. II. I. rartlcuUr attention paid to repairing. 33tf FOK SALE. Vf71 RAVE A LARGE QL NTITT OF OLP- newspapers on hand, which will b setd for 35 centa a hnnrtrert. Tbey are nseful for wrapping parcels, laving nnder carpets, etc. P. C. ADVERTISER. MvtrtteemtM. A IT OHM; WAT-LAW , VOLWKT V, suroiti. A til i lord A Aablord, ATTORNEY. COUK6ELLOR, OLJCITOIW, ADVOCATES, ETC. Omen Honolulu Hale, adjoining the Pes Otllce. 4:14wst ! i:CIL EtOWN, ATTOUNRF AT LAW AND v.y Notary 1'uMio, (Jtwiupbeil's Block, Msrchaut ieei. -,cutu M, THOMPSON, A XT O It NK Y-AT-L A W , Office In Caiophell' Flock, corner Fwrt and Merchant streets, Honolulu, 1J. I. PKACTKLH IN THE COURTS. gsrWben devli.-.i, U1 ive U-s law In a writ ten oplulon. x t.. the .probable re.ult of the contention upon ti.e facts fctatod 44 tf J. M. WONSARRAT, ATTORNEY AT LAW AMI) NOTARY PUBLIC. Kent Kattate lu any trt of the KliJaT dotu BouKbl,oll aud I-aal on Cooaniiaaloo Loans ZVefotiaied sad Legal Doeuuivnu Drava No. 97 MERCIf AXT STBCET, Oasstte Block. Honolulu. 45 tf A. 0. Cook & Son, OAK TAX.VED LEATHER BELTING, Header Drapers, No. 415 Market street, San Francisco. 443 Jan 25 '88 IRON-BAEK Foundation Timbers ! ! VTe Lave juat received from Australia ft few Iron ba k Foundation Timbers. SIZF--16x3 lneLes, 12 Feet Long. Aud llxlH Inrbes, 16 Feet IiOBg-. I bene timbers, as their name signifies, are nearly as solid and durable as iron, and for foundation purposes, or others of Like nature, cannot be surpassed. W. G. Irwin & Co. 3UnoY28tf "E Jr. Alayhew, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, 66 Hotel Btreet, Uonoluln, IF 1., (Opposite Fashion Hiables). P. O. UOX 115. BELL TfiLtPHONK 63 1 AH work Id tny line faithfully done. Plans and i spediVatlons tnnde. Jobbing In all dftallsdone j at hort notice. Oood work aud low chnrpe la ; rnv motto. 58-utA-5 Metropolitan Market j KINO SlIlKET, O.J. WALLER, PROPKIKTOR flioleeat Jfets from Fluesjt Hersls mill sud shipping supplied on MIGHT .NOIICK and at the Lowest Market Prices. All mef rtetlveted from this market are thor onjfly ehUled Immediately after kllltns; hy dihoi of a BelKlulemaii rmtent Dry Air RefrMreMtne Meat so treated retains svll Its Juicy proprt. n4 tn Ol'nANTBtl Tit KEKP I.OTIER APTKR PELlVERT THAN FREHLY KILLED iaiAT. s'-U I.L, U)Ut. JuMM CIIIUNt K Spruance, Stanley & Co., Importers and Johber of Hue WHISKIES, WINES AND LIQUORS 41u 1'ruot HI., IS mii rvut-lC4. 2 tf A w II. F. UEKTELMANN, Contractor aud JJuilder. LrfXliUTLS ri'RMHHED ON VOwD, Bl'.ICK OU 8TONK. Cabinet and Caipenlt-r Work done to ordtr. M KINU STREET. lie 11 Telephone lu7 TlljelCtf Biscuit Manufacturers, VR. NAXNOSli: A BUOAUWAY ST9J-, Kan Frsturlftco, '!- AMES DUNN, Supt. WanglU THE INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAV IGATION COMPANY. (Limited). Keep constantly on band, for sale, STEAM, I A MIL Y and RLACKHUTTU COAL, and a general assortment of BAH IKON. iHOly Schweitzer & Co. Importer and Jobbers of F.AJSTCY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, C0ESET3, WnlteUooU. Embroiderle. ilstudker enlelM. Ijires, Kibbonsv. Ladles' A I'nlldreuit' liidemear. 29 and 31 Battery St., San Francisco 45 fehlu'80 E. H. Bucliiiam & Co. Manufacturers and Dealers in SHIP STOVES, Tin, Topper, Croefcery and Wheel Iron M strew, Nblp Iauterns mad ftltvnsil OH, 22 Stewart St., bet. Market and Mission, KAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Ship and Job Work and Btovs Repairing of all kinds a specialty. 7 fetlfWJ TO PLANTERS. W e have on Land a cnalKiiment of Automatic Trasli Feeding Furnaces. Foi four and IIt foot furnaces, complete with grst bars, bearers and trash carriers. Machines of tMs make are now lu successful operation at ftomkeUvllle, Makse Ktxrar Company and other plan ationa. Also, a consignment of Filter Presses, HaTln ail the latest Improvements. PLANTERS AND OTHERS Interested are reqnested to call and eiamli.s the above. For price and further particulars ap ply to Wm. G. Irwin it Co., 2,tf Aarenl. BONE MEAL !! The andereisrnM are now pre wred to re cfive orders (or Ibis Celebrated FertiliMr from tbe manufactory of Buck A ObUn.lt San Francifico: The following Ii a report of the compo nent parts, at obtained by Che-mlca.1 analy- aia: Water Organic Matter Silicious Matter Lime Phnerihorio Acid 8.10 per exnt 29.1" " " 4.65 " " 31.70 " 23.11 " " Oxide of Iron Parbonie Acid 1.89 Alka 8alte .6 100.00 Nitrogen 2.7 per cent Orders Received will hare Prompt and Careful Attention. W. G. Irwin & Co., Ajeentu or the Hawaiian Islands. 2itf MONTHLY PAYMENTS. All accounts for Advertlslns; and Job rrintins; l tbe Pavel fle cotumerelstl ,tiertter Office will frotn this date be prenented for pay. ment monthly. Honolulu. March 2 Vcvt. ill Miu i ' i ! ! 4 tiiM i'irvs..cy; l".tl.'.ljt . ,!.Jt.,.