DAILY VACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, DECEMBER 11, 1888
paauhao plantation, I
BAWin, March 9, 1888. J
Blsdon Iron ond Locomotive Works, San Fran
nntlemen-We have used two of your JU
chainberml Filter Presses this season. They
are eonient, easily handled and are working
SSirefy to our satisfaction. I can recommend
no improvement on them.
Very respectfully yours.
(signed) A. Moobb,
Manager Paauhau Plantation.
These Presses are being carried In stock in
Honolulu and are sold at the vHry low price
of 8650.00 in Honolulu to meet the demand,
A consignment Is now on the way.
Rlsdon Iron & lioco. Works,
82 1234 2m 8an Francisco
Australian Mail Service.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
rhe new and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be floe
at Honolulu from Sydney ana aucjowiu
on or about
THE SPEWED ROADSTER BICYCLE!
WE STILL MOLD OUR OU7E
DSTo. 17 Emma Street.
The undersigned begs to Inform the publio of these fii&n.4 v . .
measurement. Directions for self-measurement will ia cm " ao 18 mak!n d. . t
"CUUB application: aiUt'
Moderate Prices, Good auality, Hill Climbing, Safety, Speed,
are features of merit which are sure to lead.
White Shirts, Over Shirts and Niht
A fit guaranteed by making a sample Shirt to every order.
Bell Telephone 410.
To Arrive !
Eock Salt for Cattle.
&WA few tons still undisposed of.
Theo. H. Davies & Co.
LEWIS & CO.;
Importers, "Wholesale and Retail
Groceries and Provisions.
2Tlco House Goods a NicclnUj-."&&
Family & Sliippiug Butcher
City Market, Nuuanu St.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Veal, Lamb,
Dairy-fed Pork and Cambridge Sausage,
fresh every day.
Corned Beef and Pickled Tongue always
on hand and put up in quantities to suit.
BOLOGNA SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY.
SCT,N. B. All meats delivered every
morning within a radius of three miles
of the city.
My prices are as reasonable as any
where, and all orders attended to with
promptness and dispatch. 114-lm
C. BEEWER & COMPANY,
RECORDS FOR 1 888.
L. A. W. meet at Baltimore, Md., three victories. Woodstock,
Canada, professional track record, May 24. Binghampton, N. Y., one
... cofnfu onri nno milo fnom moo- Tnmnto. Canada, three mile road
An will leave for the abeve port wiin mans anu "aiuij, "" 'Z '
wheel, and one mile saiety race, itocnesier, xn. a., one nine, upeu w
all, track record, 2.442; three mile handicap; five mile, open to all, last
quarter in SO seconds best on record; half mile dash, open to all, 1.15
best competition half mile on record; also, two mile, G.45 class.
J. R. Weld, of Medina, writes:
"In a club of twenty 18 ride Springfield Roadsters, and still we
Dec. . 14th," 1888,
About that date.
For freight or passage, having SUPERIOR
ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to
Win- (x. Irwin & Co.,
For Sydney and Auckland.
REMEMBER OUR HILL CLIMBING RECORDS.
Eagle Rock, New Jersey, 12 times without a dismount. Corey Hill,
Boston, 10 times without a dismount. Stickney Hill, Lynn, Mass., one
time and return.
SHURIV1AN AT IT AGAIN.
The members of the Lynn Cycle Clnb took n, trip down to Portland. The party com
prised J. H. Young, J. H. ISharman, A. H . Carsley , E. Q. Borgholtz, J. F. Allen, J. P. Dow, J.
11. Littlefield, A. W. Lewis and A. Wiswell. On their arrival in Portland, and after a good
breakfast at the Preble House, the Portland Wheel Clnb took the visitors in hand for a
ran to Prouts Neok, a distance of some fourteen miles. On the way out the party passed
Spurwick Hill, an eminence that has never been climbed by a cyclist. To the surprise of
the Down Rasters, Shurman announced that he would ride up the hill if any one of the
Portland men would ride down. This was very promptly agreed to, as the local men
thought the hill unrideable. Some of the men rode down the hill, as also did Shurman,
and then on arriving at the bottom Shurman turned round and rode to the top,
to the amazement of those who had never seen Shurman ride. This was on Sunday,
and the achievement of the Lynn man made the locals anxious to see what the visitor
oould do with the Park btreet Hill, a terror to Portland
never been climbed more than twice in succession. So on
the hill, and after Carsley, Allen and Littlefield had climbed
bnurman went at it and went up and down six times witnout a dismount. To say
the Portland men were dumfounded is putting it mildly. Shurman rode bis Springfield
Koadster. Will some Portland reader kindly give us the grades of the Spurwick and
Park Street mils, and oblige t Ed. liicxcus Would. J
We give you the facts. Draw your own inference. But remember
our prices are moderate, our goods warranted against defective material
ULAllO brrtJlibKlijO & tAJ., an(i a g00a all around road wheel. CATALOGUE FREE.
mi n . j i i . T n l
me iLquitaDie Mie Assurance Socief
OF" THE TJlSriTED STATES
Stands First Among the Leading Lifeissnrance Companies iff if J
XXI WULOLU.ilUlHk; ilDOUiUUlU AAA Jk-M LiOllilkjlj 111 II I1H in 'lTAA.l V ' ,
in Premium Income, in the annual Increase in Surplus a?516'
Assets, in the Percentage of Assets to Liabilities
and in all other. Important Respects. '
Assets. Dec. 31, 1887, : : : 84,478,904 8;
ITie new and fine Al steel steamship
Ot the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be
due at Honolulu from San Francisco
or or about
Dec. 22, 1888.
And will have prompw dl3patcn with malls air
asaoneers for the above ports.
For freight or passage, havlrjg SOPERIOR AC
COMMOBATIONS, apply to
Win. Gr. Irwin & Co.,
New Businesn of 1887 nn55ie
Surplus (4 per cent. Standard) ' 18 104 o?
Increase in Surplus during the Year l'748-i7
Increase in Assets during the Year 'o'iZ
m t 1 'lVPO..
xoiai income... 00 ,,,:-
Premium Income 19 lij'fj?
percentage of Assets to Liabilities
A Careful Study of the ahoye Proves Conclusively that the EnnHaM e ,
is the most Proiitablo and Secure Life Assuraiii Soc!(W
Company for intending: Assurers.
ALEX. J. OAETWEIGHT
GENERAL AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
ORGANIZED 1850. J
xious to see what the visitor r
l7&a&e$iBo Tlie Manliattan Life Insurance Comiiam
bed it once and cried enough, -"jjuuj
tout a dismount. To say that r "xt r--
01 o4 ew x orK.
Win. G. Irwin.
t3T Assets over 911,000,000.
Net Surplus over 83,000,600.
SPRINGFIELD BICYCLE MANUFACTURING CO. 9 CornhiU, Boston, Mass.
FOR SALE BY
Draw Exchange on the principal parts o the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Id
SOLE AGENTS FOB HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
Will receive deposits on open account, make
collections and conduct a general banking and
Deposits bearing interest received In their Sav
Ings Department subject to published rules and
(Successor to Wm, McCandless.)
No. 6 Qtieen Street, Fish Market, Ho-
ttolnln, II. I.
TO THE PUBLIC
Uf a Policy in the Manliattan Life on the New Plan
Age, 30; amount of Policy, 510,000; term, 20 years.
. The Annual Premium will be 8 301 89
The 20 payments will amount to 6,036 00
At the end of that time the Company will return to the holder In cash.... 6,700 00
Thus the $10,000 Insurance will have been secured at the net cost for 20
years of only 335 00
or 81.68 for ?1,000 insurance per year,
or If the Cash be not drawn the Policy will become paid up for 10,050 00
These results are not estimated, but are fixed in a Positive Contract, the full fw
ui.nio oruiiuy liieuiiwuiiu ueiu jjayaoie m me eveni 01 uie ueam 01 tne assurea. iba
On nnnnt ov!r,m AU timoo WJ,!1, !.. 1 18 uv w uicuw uu uiBwuuuuHiwti w puuujr aiwr uine yews, I
now lasted for several months,
MY STOCK OF HARNESS
Has accumulated so that it is too large for the Store
Cash or Paid up Value being Guaranteed by tlio Terms of
the New York Law.
LIST OF OFFICERS:
P. C. Jones. Jr President and Manager
J. O. Carter Treasurer and Secretary
lion. W. . Allen Auditor
Hon. C. R. Bishop. Hon. H. WaterhouBe
Wins Wo Chan & Co.,
Have Just Received New Goods,
Suitable for Christmas and New Year's
Choicest Beef, Mutton, Pork, Fish
Always Kept on Hand.
Sydney Stock and
ge ior tne btore 1 For exarnnlfls at other apps. And nlsn on Uio in ntiri m vnnro' niono tPfttannnii
that I keep : I have therefore come to the conclusion J at the Office of the Agent. '
to sell all my v I
njxsu. j. iie mannauan s is me simplest iorm or policy in existence, and incon
testable after 5 years, this feature haying been originated and adopted by this Compsj
oyer 20 years ago.
AT SYDNEY PRICES. AND ALSO, MY
At Reduced Prices for 60 days only.
EL PATY. .Aet.
B.F.EHLERS & Co.
Family and i3hipping orders Carefully . AB icibiui iii,ob, it ib ui uu use w me io
J make any comments on my class of work . Only. I will sav. thev are made out
of the very best of material, and by the best workmen in the Kingdom, and
-Just Received a Full Une of-
Live Stock Furnished to Vessels at short superintended by myself
With this guarantee, I will give you a chance to buy Saddles. Saddle Bags.
School Bags, Hiding Bridles and Martingals. and Hiding Lecrains of all kinds, and
rpleiDilOIieS No. 212 Harnesses at reduced prices. All parties ordering from the islands will have the
XC? With this assurance on my part, will yon come and look for yourself.
Old Corner Harness Shop.
EUROPEAN TOYS, DOLLS,
Ex Bark H. Hackfeld
Selwig & Lange's Patent
18 to 30 Chambers,
Ebony and Marble Diningroom Sets, I which have proved a great sncceas at Litme.
uanamama, jvexana, uumea, iioioa, Labalna,
LaHpahoehoe, etc, and which are provided
witn tne latest improvements; also,
EX BARK VELOCITY, FROM CHINA,
Heed Cliair3 and Kockers,
Something new in Honolulu ;
Extension Veranda Chairs,
Ebony and Marble Dining
Matting in all variety and colors,
Silks and Satins,
Silk Crepe, in all shades; Pongee,
Mantel and Hearth Vases,
ALSO, TO AHRIVE
Best Oolong Tea,
Choice Manila Cigars.
Also, Complete Stocks in Every Department.
A Good Chance to go" into Business !
GEO W. LINCOLN.
SPARE PARTS OP ABOVE PRESSES
FILTER CLOTH FOR THE SAME ;
ON ACCOUNT OF FAILING HEALTH MR. G. WEST WILL DISPOSE
ot his entire interest in the business known as G. WEST & GO'., 105 Fort
Street, Honolulu. Liberal Terms will be givon to a responsible party. The
Iron Tanks, 3 sizes; . . firm has been doing a good paying business during the last six months, nnt-
Eaxter Engines, I
. Deane s Steam Pumps, withstanding the dull times. For the next Sixty Days we will sell Goods at
75 and 77 IKinp- Street, - - - - Honolnln1
Belt Telephone No. 275.
Mnlnal TIepboD K63,
Steel Bails & Fixtures
Portable Track, Sleepers & Switches,
uorrugatea iron, all lengths ;
Fire Bricks, Slates,
Fire Clay, Asbestos,
o. 73 Nonnno Street.
UES.I10BT.L0VE, ... Proprlelresfl V Y lllte HI OS rOrtiaiKl 06111611 L
Germania P. Cement,
Keg Shooks, Rivets,
Sugar and Coal Bags,
Coal Baskets, Twine,
Stockholm and Coal Tar, Etc.
For Sale at Lo west; Kates by
H. HACKFELD & CO.
-A.. K. WEIR,
- f- t I vV - KESPEC7TFULLY NOTIFY UIS
JX1 I Jj 1-5 Hj J 111 f T ,rlenas ana tn public generally that he
M . "..o.unu iiv uttrriAKB coop
formerly conducted by A. Morcran n.t Xn in rt
-A SPECIALTY. 181 King street, where he la now ureDared to do
an inan oi carriage tainting and TrimmiBe.
lalmifl rri am v.HnmfV u a."u.u nBuu now ua uenerai
- -j ruuwa uiac Kb m lining
just enough to cover cost. gT' For Bargains in FURNITURE, TOYS,
FANCY GOODS, Etc., Etc., see us before purchasing.
G, WEST & CO.
'lEvery Description of Plain and Fancy
Bread and Crackers,
f EEs n
Always on Hand.
wtth promptness and dlBDatch.
Satisfaction guaranteed. 131-tf
Tills First-llass Family Hotel,
having just changed hands, has been
thoroughly renovated, together with
the KAPENA PREMISES now attached
and is prepared to receive gmesta
By the Day, Week or Month
At Reasonable Rates.
TABLE UNSURPASSED. Transient guests
will find every accommodation, a place where
all the comforts of a home can be obtained.
THOS. KROUSE, Prop. .
HonoVnln, H.I, v isf
Steam Candy Factory
i3r -Mmmm'B:-' f
BAKE H Y.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Baker.
Rich and Delicious Ice Cream made by Steam.
71 Hotel Street.
Both Telephone 74.
Stoves, Ranges and Housekeeping GJoas.
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron
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