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DAILY PACIFIC noMftlERCIAL ADVERTISER, DECEMBER 19, 1888.
1 ijitattisemtnis. cncral Cffivtvtistmtnts. FILTER PRESSES. . T) i t-tt l TT VT. AVTATTOV. " Hawaii. March 0, 1888. Rlsdon Iron and LocomotiTe Works, San Fran cisco. . . Vtlti.. PaaiathlaunH. ThT are convenient, easily bandied and aie working entirely to our sausiacuoa. iuwuuui"i no improvement on inem. Very respectfully yours. (signed) A.Moors, Manager Paauhau Plantatien Theae Prunes are being carried In stock In Honolulu and are sold at the very low price of 8650. OO in Honolulu to meet tneaemana. consignment Is now on the way. f - Rlsdon Iron Ss Loco. Works 82 .1334 2m 8a a Francisco To -Ajrtdve I Eock Salt for Cattle. 7TA few tons still undisposed of. APPLY EARLY. THEO. H. Davies & GO. 15-1 m LEWIS fc CO.j FOET STREET, Importers, Wholesale and He tail Dealers la Groceries and Provisions, 2Tlce Hunso Goods a HpecIMtjVSSl 181-tf JOS. TIIKIEE, Family & Shipping Butclier City Market, Kuuariu St; Prime Beef, Mutton, Veal, Lamb, Dairy-fed Pork and Cambridge Sausage, fresh every day. Corned Beef and Pickled Tongue always on nana ana put up in quantities to suit. BOLOGNA SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY. XECT-N. b. All meats delivered every morning within a radius of three miles of the city. My prices are as reasonable as any where, tad all orders attended to with promptness and dispatch. 114-lm C. BREWER & COMPANY, (Limited). GENERAL MERCANTILE -AKI COMMISSION AGENTS. .LIST OF OFFICEE8: P. 0. Jones. Jr President and Manager J. O. Carter Treasurer and Secretary Hon. W. F. AUen Auditor DIRECTORS: Hon. C. B. Bishop. Hon. H. Waterbousc Wing Wo Chan 4 Co, NUUANU STREET, Have Just Received New Goods, Suitable for Christmas and New Year's Presents. SX BARK VELOCITY, FROM CHINA, Reed Chairs and Kockers, Something new in Honolulu ; Extension Veranda Chairs, Ebony and Marble Diningroom Sets, 'Matting in all variety and colors, Silks and Satins, Silk Crepe, in all shades; Pongee, Mantel ana Hearth Vases, ALSO, TO ARRIVE Granite Stone Octagon shape. Best Oolong Tea, Choice Manila Cigars. 155-ly LOVE'S BAKERY . M 73 Xanana Street. HR3.BOBT.LOVZ, ... Proprietress. .Erery Deecrlpti on of Plain and Fancy Bread and Crackers, p ens n Soda Crackers A N D Saloon Bread A 1 it &ya on XXsmd MILK BEEAt) A BPECI1LTY. !and Order. Promptly A tt fa. 173-fc Australian Mail Service FOR SAN FRAKCISCO. fha new and fine Al steel steamship 35 Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be dne t Honelala from Sydney and Auckland on or about Jan. 12th, 1889, An willleare for the abere port with mails and passengers on or aboa t that dat e. For freight or passage, having 8UPERI0R ACXX5MMODATIONS, apply to Wm. Qt. Irwin & Co., AdENTS. For Sydney and Auckland. The new and One Al steel steamship at m:ajeii:pos 33 Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be doe at Honolulu from San Fran da co or or abont Dec. 22, 1888. And will have prompt dbpatcn with malls an assengers for the above ports. For freight or passage, having 8 tJPKRIOR AC COMMOD A.TION3 , apply to Wm. Gr. Irwin & Co., AOENTS Clans Hprecfcela Wm. Q. Irwin. CLAUS SPEECKELS & CO., SONOLCTLU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Draw Exchange on the principal parts o the world. Will receive deposits oa open aooonnt, make collections and conduct a general banking and exchange business. - . , Deposits bearing Interest received In their Sav Ings Department subject to published rules and regulations.. 17oo3tf HONOLULU MAEKET. (Successor to Wm. HcCandless.) 3ffo. O Queen Street, Fish XXarfeet Ho nolnlu, II. I. Choicest Beef, Mutton, Pork, Fish VEGETABLES, ETC., Always Kept on Hand. Family and Shipping orders Carefully Attended to. Live Stock Furnished to Vessels at short notice.- Telephones ZSTo. 312 Ex Bark H. Hackfeld FR031 LIVERPOOL, ffiON FILTERPRESSES Selwig & Lance's Patent 18 to 30 (Chambers, Which have proved a great sucoess at Lthue, Hanamauln, Eekaha, "Walmea, Koloa, Lahalna, Laupahoehoe, etc., and which are provided with the latest improvements; also, SPARE PARTS OF ABOVE PRESSES and FILTER CLOTH FOR THE SAME ; Sngar Coolers, (round corners) Iron Tanks, 3 sizes; Baxter Engines, Deane's Steam Pumps, Steel Bails & Fixtures Portable Track, Sleepers & Switches, uorrugatea iron, ail lengtns; Fire Bricks, Slates, Fire Clay, Asbestos, White Bros Portland Cement Germania P. Cement, Keg Snooks, Rivets, Sugar nd Coal Bags, Coal Baskets, Twino, Stockholm and Coal Tar, Etc. For Sale at SLovrest Hates by H. HACKFELD & CO. 1 35.1m GEO. W. LINCOLN, THE WELL-KNOWN BUILDER, IS STILL IN THE FIELD AS A CON tSctort and i i now better prepared to do and all kinds of work . - ' f : , t,, Moca rf -nrnrlr hftloniner to hlS trade, in appertaining xo conimt-uug m thTsame god and workmanlike manner as heretofore ; having curtailed my shop b , .x.u i t .ir anr nnr all kinds of work aDDertain- expenses ana sua reuim picuwy w j , Anouiaa n n ingto the building trade that may be entrusted to my care. 1 jm enabled to do the same at verv low rates, to suit the extremely dull times, and at the same time bearing in mind that what is worm doing ai au is ou 65 Thanking the public for past favors, I remain respectfully yours, ' GEO. W. LINCOLN. B.F.EHLERS & Go., -Just Received a Full Line of- EUROPEAN TOYS, DOLLS, AND -A. K WEIE, WOULD P.ESPECTFTJ1XY NOTIFY HIS .friends and the public ceneraUr that h has purchased the Blacksmith and Carriage Shop forrcerly conducted by A. Morgan at Nos. T9 and 81 Kins street, where he Is now prepared to do all kinds of Carrlas Plnti-nw THmmik Carriage and Heavy Wagon Work and Gensrai uucHaiiajniTiu prompiaess and dispatch. fatisJaetlon giwaatisJ. lfl.tx HOLIDAY G-OODS Also, Complete Stocks in Every Department, i-tf A Good Chance to go into Bnsiness ! ON ACCOUNT OF FAILING HEALTH MR. G. WEST WILL DISPOSE ot his entire interest in the business known as G. WEST & CO., 105 Fort Street, Honolulu. Liberal Terms will be givm to a responsible party. The firm has been doing a good paying business during the last sir months, not withstanding the dull times. For the next Sixty Days we will sell Goods at just enough to cover cost. C7m For Bargains in FURNITURE, TOYS, FANCY GOODS, Etc., Etc., see us beforo purchasing. Gr. WEST & CO, 138 1HE SPRIffiELU ROADSTER BICYCLE! WE STZLZ. MOID OUR OWH. Moderate Prices, Good Quality, Hill Climbing, Safety, Speed, are features of merit which are sure to lead. RECORDS FOR 1888. L. A. W. meet at Baltimore, Md., three victories. Woodstock, Canada, professional track record, May 24. Binghampton, N. Y., one mile safety, and one mile team race. Toronto, Canada, three mile road wheel, and one mile safety race. Rochester, N. Y., one mile, open to all, track record, 2.44 J; three mile handicap; five mile, open to all, last quarter in 30 seconds best on record; half mile dash, open to all, 1.15 best competition half mile on record; also, two mile, 6.45 class. J. R. Weld, of Medina, writes: "In a club of twenty 18 ride Springfield Roadsters, and still we want more." 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. SKURSVIAfJ AT IT AGAIN. The members of the Lynn Cycle Clnb took a trip down to Portland. The Darty com prised J. H. Younp, J. H. tShurman, A. H. Careley, E. G. Borgholtz, J. F. AUen, J. F. Dow, J. H.Littlefield, A. W. Lewis and A. Wisweil. On their arrival in Portland, and after a Rood breakfast at the Preble HoQse, the Portland Wheel Clab took the visitors in hand for a ran to Pronts Neck, a distance of some fourteen miles. On the way out the part- passed Spurwick Hill, an eminence that has never been climbed by a cyclist. To the surprise of the Down Easters, Shnrman announced that he wooM ride np the hill if any one of the Portland men wonld ride down. This wag, very promptly agreed to, as the local men thought the bill unrideahle. 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 could do with the Park Street Hill, a terror to Portland wheelmen, and one that has never been climbed more than twice in succession. So on Monday the party repaired to the hill, and after Carsley, Allen and Littlefield had olimbed it once and cried enough, Shurman went at it and went up and down six times without a dismount. To say that the Portland men were dumfounded is putting it mildly. Shurman rode his Springfield Roadster. Will some Portland reader kindly give us the grades of the Spurwick and Park Street Hills, and oblige? Ed. Bicxcle World. We give you the facts. Draw your own iuference. But remember our prices are moderate, our goods warranted against defective material and workmanship for one year; absolutely safe against headers, speedy and a good aU around road wheel. CATALOGUE FREE. SPRINGFIELD BICYCLE MANUFACTURING CO. 9 Cornhill, Boston, Mass. FOR SALE BY acinic has: SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS 1247-lm d-lm Cigars ! Cigarettes I TOBACCO.1 Choice Iots JTnftt IXeceiretl by CHE. GEETZ, Fort Street, lffl-tf Bet. King aa Mdr.-hant. Steam Fac toy AND 33 .A. KEE Y . F. hoen; PrftOtlCAl Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Baker. Bioh and Delicious Ice Cream made by Steam. 71 Hotel Street. JZilx Tel eplao xac 7&, Christmas Goods Toys, Dolls! Bonbons 1 Fancy Va-e? Glassware Christmas and New Year's Cards, FOB SALE BY THEO. H. DAVIES & CO. Pioneer Shirt Factory, of Honolulu. ISTo. 17 Emma Street. Tne undersigned measurement gned begs to inform the public of these islands that h fa Directions for self-measurement will be given on aVclicati c sWrt fc. White Shirts, Over Shirts and Night Gowns A fit guaranteed by making a sample Shirt to every order. Island orders u -Aj. M. MELLIS . C3" Bell Telephone 410. ' 1 j--IJLKD 1 The Equitable Life Assurance Society OF THE XJ 1ST IT ED STATES. Staiis FiMlmoi fte Lsaiing Life Assurance Companies of Mm In Outstanding ABSurance. in New Business, in SutdIur. in ti in Premium Income, in the annual Increase in Surplus and Assets, in the Percentage of Assets to Liabilities and in all other Important Respects. ' Assets. Dec. 31, 1887, : : : 84,478.901 ax wv Outstanding Assurance 8483.020 Krt New Business of 1887 138,023 loi 8urplus (4 per cent. Standard) 18,l04 2Ss Increase in Surplus during the Year.. 1.748'sro Increase in Assets during the Year 8,868432 . Total Income 23,24o'84 Premium Income 19,115 77? Percentage of Assets to Liabilities... 1271.2 A Careful Studj of the abore Proros Concluslrelj that the Equitable Si is the most Profitable and Secure Life Assurance ooc7 Company for intending Assurers. 90-tf ALEX. 0. CAETWEIGHT .. GENERAL AGENT HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. BARGAINS HOLIDAY GOODS! -AT THE POPULAR MILLINERY BOUSE, 104 FORT STREET, i 1ST. S. SACHS, 3?rop. O I Bargains in Christmas Goods!! Consisting of ornamental as well as useful Gods suitable for Holiday Gifts. I 3? lush. Goods and Fancy Novelties ij At Prices Lower than heretofore. f SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS FOE THE HOLIDAYS! i - 1 We will offer during this Holiday Season Special Inducements in all department! and we invite all to inspect our goods, and compare prices ' before making their purchases. Plush Table Scarfs and Table Covers, a new assortment of Hand Satchels, Fancy Purses, and Fans, at very Low Prices. o HANDKERCHIEFS ! 1 Immense, variety, at very low prices, Fine Embroidered. Fine Silk and Fine INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS. J New Gloves, ISTew Jersevi New Mits,! A variety of EMBROIDERED SCARF AND SHETLAND SHAWLS, .in Light Blue, Pink, Cream. f ct d VOO t-JA.A.JLJ3 -as. Kfiy fwJLJ-JtV y JUX ei5 lOXlXV. I A SILK DRESS, a useful and acceptable present. We have a fine assortment in Black, Gros Grain and Brocaded Silks, Black and Colored Rhadama, Colored Surrahs and Foulard Silks at prices to suit the times. 165 (ORGANIZED 18CO.J The Manhattan Life Insurance Company; of IsTew York, I 3T Assets over 911,000,000. t3" Net Surplus oxer 8?,000,(HW. f POSITIVE RESULTS f uf a Policy in the Manhattan Life on the New Plan.! ) Age, 30; amount of Policy, $10,000; term, 20 years. j The Annual Premltim will be.... 8 301 19 I The 20 payments -will amount to.. 6,038 00 At the end of that tiiae the Company will return to the holder in cash.... 700 CO -1 Thus the $10,000 Insurance will have been secured at the net cost for 23 t : years of only...., 338 00 or $1X8 for f 1,000 insurance per year. ' ' or if the Cash be not drawn the Policy will become paid up for 10,050 inese results are not estimated, but arefixedin'a Positive Contract, tuc 5 of the Policy meanwhile being payable in the event of the death of the assured. i"re? is no forfeiture of payments on discontinuance of policy after three years, a ; i Cash or Paid ud Value Lfiinsr naranpfid bv the Terns cf the New York Law. f For examnles at other arrps. unrf Un r the tn in vpts' clans, wrlteorappljj at the Office ol the Agent. - ' . i testable after 5 years, this feature having been originated and adopted by this unF" x over 20 years ago. JOH3ST EE. PATT. Aet 86-tf 1235-tf H3ST TST.OTT, W-i -fc XM 1 r,. : .'r.i-.-.5fi.: . ,- Stoves, Ranges and Housekeeping Gcofls. Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Wo r