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DAILY PACIFIC COJMERCIAL AD VE UT ISE II, FEBRUARY 21, 1889.
13n Clutijority F.iur.KiN Offh e, ) iroNOLr-Lf. il. I.. Feb. 'JO, j" The Minister of Foreign Aflnir.s h.ii been rif tifie-1 by the Japanese Co:i-ul-(ieneral, that by tt-W graphic message has been informed by His uvrrnnunt that on the 11th ins-t. the Constitution ot the Empire of Japan wa - proclaimed by His Majesty the Emperor in person ariiM: great uitlinLi.5in of the People. 43 1249-1 t Water Notice. The supply of water will be shut oft" in the district bounded by Al ipai and I'lina hou streets, Kiii street and Wilder'. Avenue, from f a. rn. to 4 p.m., on FIJI DAY, February 22, lv:). CI1AS. . WILSON, 43-21 Si:pt. Honolulu Water Works. ' .'aletl Tender Will be received at the OHi.-e of the l'.oard of Health u.itu Tl'F.DAY, February 2s, l'J, ut 12 o'clock noon, for the ercetion of a building to be uied as the (iovern inent Dispensary in Honolulu. and Njxciieations iikiv be seen af tlie Ollicc of the Superintendent of l"ubli-Work.-. The Hoard does riot bind itself to accept the lowest or any bid. W. (J. ASHLEY. Secretary. Honolulu, Feb. H, iss;. -U-st Senlel Tender Will be received at the O.Tice of the Hoard of Health until SATI'UILYY, February 2.5, l.ssi), nt 12 o'clock noon, for the addi tion to and repairs on u building on the i'iaruntine (Jround, at Maulio'.a, Hono lulu. Flan and Jpecificafions may be seen at theOlMceof the Superintendent of Public Works. The F.onrd does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any bid. W. G. ASHLEY, Secretary. Honolulu, Feb. IS, 1S0. 12-(lt In the Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Jslanl. Onlcr. Fy virtue of the power vested in me by tlie Nll'd Section of the Civil Code, I hereby order a Speei d Term of the Supreme Court to be held in the Court Room of Ahiolani Hale, on MONDAY, the 11th day of March, A. D. ISt'J, at 10 o'clock a. in., for the hearing of Banco Cases only. Witness my hand and the Seal of the Supreme Court, at Hono lulu, this 11th day of February, t.. a. A. D. IsS'J. A. F. JUDD, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Attest: IIe.vhy Smith, 40-it Clerk. Irrigation Notice. Holders of water privileges are hereby notified that the hours for using water for irrigating purposes are from o'clock to b o'clock a. in., and from 1 o'clock to o'clock p. in. All those found violating the above notice will be liable to have their privileges cut olT without further notice. CI IAS. I!. WILSON, Supt. Honolulu Water Works. Honolulu, Fob. 5, 1S-U 3:5-2, v EVENTS OF TO-DAY. liovAt. Hawaiian i:am Hawaiian Hotel, 8:30 a. 111. W. C. T. V. -Meeting, Y. M. C. A. par lors, 2.30 p. in. Y. M. C A. Singing class, 7 p. m.; monthly meeting Association, 7:30 p. in. JIoNoi.ii.n Kuucs-Company A, drill, 7 :30 p. m. Second p, attamon LeleiohoLu C-urds. drill, 7:30 p. m. Dkhatixo S- r-TV Oihu Lodge room, Fort stuei. 7::'i p. in. UrsTCAi. Organ recital and sucred concert, Kuumakapili Church, 7 : F p. m. THE DAILY" Pacific tarcial Aivsrtiser. I'e j'mt an.l fe.ir not: I.f t nil the etuis tliou ahn'st at l j Thy Country's, lay Go I , uinl Truth's. j THURSDAY, : FF.I.RUARY 21, 1 S THE DANGERS OF GASOLINE. The recent deplorablo mishap by which three persons lost their lives, and sovoral others, including the popular host of the Beaver Saloon, received painful injuries, ought not to pass out of the public memory until the practical lessons which such an occurrence is calculated to i teach, have been taken seriously to heart by all concerned. Importers and merchants who deal in gasoline and analogous substances as merch andize, as well as those who have the immediate handling of such goods. should understand thoroughly their ! riaturo rnd properties, the condiiions ' under which they become dangerous, and tho precautions which need to bo taken in consequence. Gasoline, benzine, naphtha, and other lighter products of petroleum J are all dangerous. Tho danger arises from tho f;ict that they are very volatile, giving ofl' vapor at compara tively low temperatures, and that this vapor is very inflammable, so much so that it may bo lloated con- siderablo distances by the atmos phere and then ignite by coming in contact with llamo. This is pre cisely what happened at tho Beaver Saloon. Yapcis from a gasoline container opened in tho yard, or under a shed, v.ero carried into the kitchen and there tool: lire, produc ing t he disastrous results with which we are ail familiar. Like, gun powder, dynamite and other powerful and dangerous agent, t h e .s o v o 1 a t i ! e a n d i n fl a m rn a b 1 e 1 i q u i ds are too useful, too necessary to bo prohibited. They must,liko powdc-r, bo handled with care by persons who understand their properties, and especially be kept at a safe distance from lire. Now and then, as with powder, there will bo carelessness, and some one will sufler. In tho recent instauco there is no blame of mismanagement except such as grow out of ignorance of the proper hand ling which such a substance re quired. There are a considerable number of gasolino arrangements in this city, for lighting both public build ings and private residences. We trust the tragic lesson just given will not be lost upon the owners of any of these, and that they will omit no possible means of impressing the tamo upon their servants. In addi tion to tho ordinary risks arising from tho nature of tho substance, gasoline is likely to bo especially dangerous when it has recently been' shaken np by transportation. Under theso circumstances it tends to diseugago gas in considerable quantities, somewhat as sj)ont soda water will do if shaken. If, tinder theso circumstances, the vent of tho container is opened, gas will issue with no littlo force, and in such quantities as to bo dangerous even at considerable distances from any fire. It follows also from the volatile nature of gasoline that it not only gives oil' vapor quite freely at ordi nary temperatures, but that a differ ence of a few degrees makes a marked difference in the quantity evolved. It is to be remembered, therefore, that when its temperature has been raised by any means, as by being exposed to the rays of the sun, in the course of transportation or otherwise, it should never be opened untir it ha3 remained sufficiently long in some cool place to havo parted with its extra dangerous qualities. In tho Beaver Saloon case, wo understand that the two barrel gaso lino cylinder which caused tho ex plosion had just come iu ; it had not only been shaken up, but probably exposed to tho sun as well. Could it have been sot aside for a day or so the accident would most likely not have happened. That there was a heavy pressure of gas in the cylin der when opened is shown by the rushing, hissing noise, like that of escaping steam, which those in the saloon tit the time describe as pre ceding tho explosion. "Va seo too that the evil would have been much less had tho gas escaped into the open air instead of under a confined shed. Bnt tho most essential precaution which must bo enforced on every mind by this painful experience is, that lluids which give ofi inflammable vapors should never bo opened or handled in the vicinity of fire. In connection with this it should bo re membered that the tiniest flame coming in contact with the gas will ignite it as effectually as a stove full of glowing coals. GORDON'S TAKING OFF. The last hours of Gordon at Khar toum are described in dispatches to Loudon on .January 18th from Gen oral G ion fell tit Snakim, who was at Khartoum tho night it was taken. 11 w;s a dreadful night. Near day break Grenfell was told: " All the great otiieers of the Mahdi had gone to kill Gordu 1'asha." lie saw Gordon smoking a cigarette on the balcony. He was told to fly, but in dignantly refused to leave his post. As Gordon boldly stood facing the dervishes several superior Afahdist Generals came up. The dervishes all allowed them to pass. They ascended the steps and asked for tho Pasha. Gordon met them saying, " I am he." He haudod them his sword in military fashion, intimating that ho knew t L-oy hail takon tbo place, ami coiiPeqsieutly he surrendered accord- to the u.-:iges of war. 15ut Nassas, ! one of tho Generals, snatched hold j of the swonl, at the same time, in a brutal and most cowardly manner, striking Gordon an unexpected blow. The Pasha would have fought desperately had ho thought he would not be treated in an honor- able manner. Ho ivll, rolling down the stairs. As he rolled another General speared him on the left side, inflicting a dangerous wound. Tuns died Gordon. I was there a spectator to tho ghastly deed. I got out of the way when he rolled to the bottom of tlie stairs. OUR SAN FRANCISCO LETTER, San I'raiit-isco, February 11 ler Alameda. (From our Special Corresionlent.) Sujjar News. Receipts of sugar havo been very heavy lately. The ship MacFarlane has arrived from Manila with a cargo for the California Refinery. The bark Diono has arrived from Java and Hongkong to the American Re finery with a cargo that goes into the unclaimed warehouse. From tho Islands the following vessels have arrived with full cargoes: Sailor Boy, Lady Lampson, Rosa lind, J. G.'North, C. D. Bryant, Y. S. Bowne, Rosario, Ida Schnauer, Consuelo, V. G. Irwin and Sonoma. In addition to the sugar frauds at tho New York Custom House, which were operated through moistening samples and the allowance of exces sive damage claims., tho Treasury Department exposes one in a cargo of Havemeyer & Elder's sugar. Tho importers refused to give the plan tation marks of tho sugar and entered it at S5 degrees. An examination showed that it ran from 95 to throughout, and, on a cargo of 17,000 bags, Havemey?r & Elder had to pay :j0,U00 additional duty. Air. Havemeyer is reported, in an Eastern paper, as saying that the Trust regretted ever having inter fered with the Pacific Coast sugar business or taking the American Re finery into the Trust. Judge Barrett has appointed Air. Henry V. Grey as receiver of the Brooklyn Sugar Refinery under the decision lately rendered in the Su premo Court. rolitical Matters. Tho California State Legislature bill against trusts has passed the As sembly. In addition to tiie common lawT it provides that all trusfs or com binations may bo punished by line, forfeiture of franchise, and impris onment of persons. Foreign corpor ations entering into a, compact are to be debarred from doing business in California, and to pay a lino of 5,000. It is made the duty of the Attorney-General to enforce the law. The extradition treaty with Great Britain has been rejected by tho Senate. It is believed that Senator Allison has declined to accept the Secretary ship of the Treasury in General Har rison's Cabinet. The House Committee on YrTays and Aleuns is busily engaged con sidering the Senato Tariff bill, which will be reported back to the House this week. Tho Democrats estimate tho total reductions of the bill at only $42,000,000. One-half of the re duction in the sugar schedule is wiped out by other changes that will increase tho revenue. Cleveland will associate himself, after Alarch 4th, with the New Arork law firm of Bangs, Stetson, Tracey and Alacveagh. John C. New, Ben Butterwcrth and Windom are spoken of as possi ble Cabinet appointees, besides Blaine and Wanamaker. Evarts is mentioned for Attorney-General. Large additions havo been made to the Fortification and Naval Ap propriation Bill. X'oreign A flairs. Advices from Burmah announce that iUandalay was recently" visited by two immense fires. In tho first the flames destroyed 032 houses, the bazaar and Buddhist monastery, and in the second 500 houses wero burned. The workmen iu tho glass works at Charleroi havo gono on a strike. A number of collisions have occurred i between tho police and strikers, and many persons have been wounded. Tho severity of the winter is in creasing tho distress caused by the famine in Shan Tung and Manch uria. It is estimated that 250,000 persons are freezing in Chen Kiang. A slight shock of earthquake was felt in Canada at Grand Aletis corn ing from tho west, and lasting a few seconds. A storm of exceptional severity has raged throughout Holland. The rivers were greatly swollen, and Rot terdam, Dordrecht, Schledate, Zwollo and Kampen were inundated. There havo been many shipwrecks and great loss of life is reported. Heavy snow storms have occurred in all parts of Germany. The snow was a foot deep at Berlin and six feet in the Bavarian Highlands. Thunder and lightning accompanied the snow fall in tho west and northwest. Traffic was nearly sucjended at Schleswig and Jutland. Death of Frinee Kul.:lf. Tho sudden death of Prince Ru dolf, the Austrian Crown Prince and heir apparent to the throne, has been shrouded in mystery. At first natural causes were assigned as the cause of death, but it leaked owl that he died from a large bullet wound in i tho head. This was said to have j been accidentally inflicted while j hunting. It is definitely assorted, I liaison with thf Baroness Aiarie Yes- j cera Prince Rudolf had a.-ked the ! Pope to procure a divorce, and he j hail riiilcoii t(iA r.mrArrsr tn jillnn.- In m to renounce his rights to the throne in order to marry her. Ono story states that tho Prince was shot by the lady's husband, but the following seems to be tbe more correct. On January 2bih tbe pair started; for Meverlinir, where they na:-ed the next day together. ' ' oaiue morning v.-t January 6'Mh. tbe two were found dead in la-tl. ! Aiarie had been shot through the forehead, lludolf also had l;een ! shot on the Bide oi the Jiead. , It, was evident that the two had : resolved to die together. The cov- i erlet was strewn with tiowers. Tho body of Jlario was secretly ; taken to the cottago and thence re- ! moved for interment. 1 Two letters which appear in Fi- ' t)"'-' fc-' twum 111 Cll'i VttUli OX tne doublo suicide. The tirst 1S a short note to the Duke of Braganza, which is as follows: j Dear Friend : I must die. I can- j not do other .vise. Keep well and j happy. En-oLF. The ether letter is from Baroness Vescera to her mother, and says: Dear Mother : I die with Rudolf. We love one another too much. For give me and farewell. Mafue. Troul'ie in China. News has been received of a not at Chin Keang Foo, a treaty port about 200 miles up tho river from Shanghai. The British Consulate and the houses of a number of for eigners were wrecked. A British man-of-war was dispatched to tho scone at ol-co. Ching Keang Foo is one of the most important Chinese pois. its imports are greater than those of any other place in China, except Shanghai. As a consequence the place has many foreign residents. Further advices say that the Am erican Consulate at Ching Keang Foo was looted by a mob, that a Eui'opean hotel was fired, and that the foreigners, were fleeing over the hills for their liv?s. The whole of the foreign commun ity of Ching Keang Foo, with tho exception ot a . dozen Customs and Consular officials, arrived safely at Shanghai. They report that the foreign concession hits been almost, destroyed. The American Alission chapel outside the concession has been burned, and tho place is in the hands of tho Chinese. It is stated that Chinese officials and soldiers abetted tho conspiracy. American and British men-of-war have arrived there. Some Canadian Concerns. Vailanc.:y E. Fuller of Hamilton, Ontario, has assigned. Liabilities, $1,000,000; assets, considerably less. The schooner Triumph has been chartered to proceed to the Sandwich Islands from Victoria with the sub marine cable now on its way from England via the Canadian Pacific. The cable will be used in connecting the islands, thus giving telegraphic communication from one end of the group to the other. Mr. FoiiCuer, a leading Conserva tive, put the following question to Premier Mercier: "What position does the Government of the Province of Quebec intend to take with regard to Mr. Butter worth's joint resolution introduced in the Congress of tho United States which authorizes the President to negotiate with reference to the union and assimilation with the United States, of the Dominion of Canada or of one or more of the provinces thereof?" The question of a commercial union or annexation is daily assum ing greater importance in Quebec. The Liberal members 01 Parlia ment, in caucus at Ottawa, decided to continue the present policy, which favors unrestricted reciprocity with tho United States. A resolution to this effect will be introduced in the House shortly. Tho biggest storm ever known is raging in Canada. Traffic is practi cally at a standstill. Passenger trains have been snowed up for from ten to thirty six hours. No trains are ruuning - except two through trains to Chicago and New York. Seventeen hundred passengers are on these two trains. x t iu '3 u u c v t i s c i u c n 1 5 . jSTOTICIS. T TIIE ANNUAL MEETING OF the Ka;io!am I 'ark Association, held on the 20th day of February A. D. 1SS!), the following shareholders were duly elected to serve as members oi the Roard of directors : Ji'S. (niq,1C-'l, Tom M.iv, W. M. Citfard, YVm . (b I rvi:i , T. R. Walker, il. J. Noire. A. S. Ch -horn, Cecil lb-own JL J. A-new. H. lb Mar-r-iriane, E. S. Cunha, and W. M. (i I FFM1D, t-b-erelarv Kapiolani Park Ass'n. 4,3-lvv 'NJ O' i- - -v.' . 1. T A MEETING OF THE ROARD OF 'ircetocs ot" tlx- Kauiolani I 'ark Asso ciation, heid on the 2Uth day ot" February, I y '-'.), the following officers were duly ekete'A to serve during" the ensuin- year: A. S. Olchorn President CV-eil brown Vifo-l'resident W. b Irwin Treasurer Y. M. Guibrd Secretary VT. M. GUT-WED, .Secretary ivaviolarii 1'ark Ass'n. 4.Vlw Comniiosionor of Boundaries Notice t pri.icATioN ir.wiNt; been made for the eTtiei'".e:u o-' the Innndari ot the laiids .t llooh-I .lea. "M iIcaKUpai: ami remnnnt of "Xuhi- nui.'' on the I!a;.d .u Moiokai. nil parties interest;-.'.! in said i.UMi- or laiid- adjoining -;aiii. are lu-rei-v im r iI .- 1 tii.it TtlFRS D A Y , l-Yi.ruary Ifs, is. '.. :it 12 o'"!ock in., at (Y'iirt Hu-e in town i Lahaina, Maui, is time aud piaeo set for hearing irotV. ot survey of said lands and any oljt.-etiou thereto. .AM'E V. CIIlLLINtSWiirni. !in:i;ci;cr ..f Roa!.iai ie.j Si-cond Judi cial Circuit. 4.-.-1W 12:) 2i Co: Xo Contractors jt-rofosais for Crcuiing. Ofi u f. or Tiik ).iii" Kau.v:ay ) Ft hruarv 13. CE.LFI 1'ROrt'AI.s A In!Ji:.s-.:FJ) ,.to tS,e ".d.-rsfu-nv.l wM.l i-,- r ".-:ved at !; ""he ;S!'r way ( rari Kiv. r f-'.-nnaion with fo nivi-i. .ii . F rtlu-r in- n:.t'MH virii f in - : o) w.'r'ch nil Ul JVV - b roVcrvah ' e .t'tu::so t tfii? t am a::.! ail bi.i:i ! P.. DILLINJ'.HAM, v'lCiiractcir. Ten Dollars Eewarcl. 1 i:n Ai ovr: r.iiw vuo n.'ill hi: paid on Oili-. ii'Li'n of .n;v jr?oii fr.uii,' sinliEii the Daily A i-vi i nsF.r. orWctkly uzctt" trctu ; f. ."tore or rt : i K- me of su'.-sori' f-r1-. I HAWAIIAN OAZETTH t:o. oiiolulu, March o'j, i&iis. n tj n l 1 By or.ter of Messrs. II. II ACKFELP A: CO., I will sell at Public Auction, On Satnrdav. February 23, At 10 o'clock a. m. at my Salesrooms, Queen street, uii a LIBERAL CREDIT TO THE TRADE! a large assortment of ISTew Goods, Comprising: 'oeeries ! iSsr.lines, Canulrs, Salt, Vinesrar, Wash Blue. Olive Oil, Rears, Jams, Chocolate, SOAPS, Etc., Eh. Bales of Wrapping Taper, Kimllers, .Market ami Large Baskets Demijohn?, Rire Ba, Sugar Bags, PaiMv Bags, Saii Twine, GOLDEN SEAL TOBACCO, rived. Also, Just Ar- II H X) W.A. Tl E Cialv. Buckets and Tubs, Saucepans, EN AM BLED WARE. Wire Nails, Cane Knives, Iron Bedsteads, etc. Also, a small invoice of Crockery & -Glassware iJTerms Liberal. 13-td AlVTlONF.ER. Wii Wo Chan & Co. NUUANU STRKF.T, Have Just Received by Late Arrivals A large and well assorted Stock of hand-painted China Dinner mid v:rt iets To which the attention of intt !:dir.j: pur chasers is directed, as no poods of equal quality Lave ever been imported into this market. Also, all varieties and qualities ot Ik IfcuHlkerchiels, Of Chinese and Japanese make. Also, TO ARRIVE by bark "VELOCITY," now due, an assortment of GRANITE Paving and Curb Stones ar.d a few CLINKER BUILT BOATS. 155-ly For Yokohama & HongkoDg The Jiippon Yusen Kaisha's Nev. Fine Al Steel SU-amsiiip ami "Gmi Man il COXNEK Commander, Will leave for the above Forts on or about iVXarch. 7. SS9. For terms oi Freight or Passage, having superior cabin and steerage ac commodations, apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., 35-td AGENTS. Boundary Commission Notice ! PFT.Tf'AI TDV HA VIVO HETV VATII.' Ji. 'for tiu st't tlerueiit of the boundaries of tiie lands of N-'.iwa, Kr.tt inui, Ki;u. Iloli, M:inawf.iin;j and M:ikap ..jihi, on the Island of Moli-Lai, nil parties interested in said land or lands adjoiidntr snme are heret.y notined tinit TiiL'K-L?AY, February 2 Itr'S'J, s-.t 12 o'clock noon at the Court House in the town of Rahain--, Maui, is the tiuie anu piace s?t for h- irir.r proofs of Kntvty of said land, and tnv ot j-( i: ias theivto. SAMUEL F. CHILLINGWOiM U, Commissi'Mier of Ro'ituiarirs .icorid Judi cial ire jit. 12."7-2t ci-ot. EAGLE HOUSE NUUANU STREET. Tliis rirt-cla Family ITolfl, biviug j:i--r chatigrd ha'i.fs. his I te:: tr.oro-.ifiiily ret.ovai-'l. tujjetLicr "uitli the K.i'N ritEMISES now atMrhtd, and is prepared to receive gntst.i By the Day, Week or Llonth At Ile.nscnaMe Hates. TAPI.R PNSlTipASsFn. Transient C'iss v.-fll ::id wr c'-'ii-,!i.f.i;.tioii, a j ! loc 1 eie all the coasfortd of a houe can I c ottaintd. TIIOS. KJiOUSK, IV.oi-. n--.uolUn, H. 1. jf HARRYS LUNCH ROOMS iioti:i. STitr.hT. Special '': Open all Night! Meals at all Hours. Keeps the lirst f oilVe, Tea rtiifl Choco late to le liii.l i: the C ity. Muli rtt:l ?Jilk every lnm-r.irg. A Ciiasge of Dinner Eveiiy Day! 105- tf 3Urrt:sf2!fnts. n Co. TIME TABLE: From lr.AM a for Rifle Range only 5.30 a. rn., and every hour until s.30 p.m. Last car 10.10 p. m. From r.w.AM.v for Rill? Range and Waikiki 7.10 a. m. and every hour un til 0.10 p. m. From Rifle Range for Pa i. a ma 6 a. m., 7 a. m., and every half hour until 0.30 p. m. Last car 10.30 p. rn. From Waikiki for Palama 7.10 a. m., and every half hour until 10.10 . nr. Kxtra cars from Palama for Rifle Range 12 noon, 4 p. in., 5 p. m., and from Riflo Range at 12.50 p. m. SIXDAYS. First car from Palama for Rille Range only at 0.30 a. m. First car from Palama for Waikikf. at 7.10 a., m. First car from Waikiki at S.10 a. m. First car from Rifle Range at 7 a. m. No extra car at 12 noon, -1 . m., 5 p. m. from Palama. 187-tf On and after WEDNESDAY, the 20th inst., Cars will nm to and from Oahvi College as under : wr.nc pays. Ll-ayi: Palama 8.20 a m, 0.20 a m, 2 1 m, 4.20 p rn, and 8.40 j m. Leave Oaht College 7.50 a m, 8.50 a m, 10.50 a m, 2.35 p m, and 0.50 p m. Sl.XDAYS. Leave Palama 12.12 p m, and 8.40 p m. Leave Oaiii College 9.20 rn, 10.20 a m, and 0.50 a m. Election of Officers. T TIIE ANNUAL MEETING OF stockholders of C. Rrower it Company, R'd., held this diy, the following persons were duly elected officers of the Company, for the ensuing year: President it Manager. . P. C. Jones Secretary & Treasurer. J. O. Carter Auditor Col. Yv. F. Allen DIRECTOIIS: Hon. C. R. Ibshop, Hon. II. Waterhouse, and Mr. b. C. Allen. J. O. CARTER, Sec'v. C. Brewer & Co., L'd. Honolulu, Feb. , ls). 33-lni TO PLANTERS! A.VIXG RECENTLY IMPROVED 2-ltollf r Mills, as also tbe slat feeding mechan ism for same with very p-vtistactory results, -we are now prepared ta contract fjr that class of machinery at short notice. We have patterns on hattJ for discern., 3foc6;;in., SxCin.. SOxOOin., 30xMin., ?s"54in. sizt-s of rollers, 6teel shafting and stf-el glaring throughout -with any desired typo of engine, or they can be driven from engine iu use on 3-Roll Mill, by compounding the s uiie, thereby economizing steam. Eesnlts tinder kcal conditions guaranteed tjnsuk pa.sscd l.y any oniEit construction or system of FEEDING. J. N. S. WILLIAMS. Age at Pisdon Iron and Locomotive Workp, 1361243-tf San Francisco. rijo ciiiv crip 5 r fts hntwill cure S-'StS KHfrt i- -JV, "l'i:"i tl,t worid. i'..,n,.u,-ls niuilci frr-. 1. Z. !... O 1 Sao'tii St. San 1 r .n--isco Ol. U.S. MURRAY & UMIAK'S FLORIDA WATER Tlie Universal Perfume Tor the Toilet, the Hath and the Handkerchief. In view of the attempts made rc-eu'ly by some unscrupulous dealer, to foi;t upon the public a worthle.-s imitutic.ti, bearing the ?-?iiera! outward appearance of the gcr.u:iie,we call attention to the t'i-'.ini'uihm -j maiks of the genuine M"lkray k Lan.man FLORIDA "WATER. Fach b-ttlc of the gevitint article berrs on its neck the Trace Mark, which appears Alongside this notice ; and on each lei 'f 'he pamphlet, which is wrapne'l ..round it. priear; in faint water ma;k letters the words LAN MAN & KEMP, NEW YORK. If Pittic-r te rack! ii tr rrjpct tlie article as turiourt DOWNING & SCIDHDT WkoUsale Agenix Snn Franclsoo, Cal. V r Jen I ) .1 OvA,V V V V V e 0 DtnisrnuTits. Manhattan Life INSURAXCE CO. Of New York. Kstablilied 1850. TIi is old Com nanj- now offers to the In suring Public its new Survivorship Dividend Plan Which a fiord 9 all the advantages of Life Insurance during the earlier years of life, and at the same time makes a provision for old age, as tbe Policy-holder can sur render his Policy at the end of the Sur vivorship DrvrntXD Period and receive its Frrr. Yau c is Cash thus combin ing IxviTn:.vr and Protection. gST" Any information cheerfully fur-ni.-hed. joiin ii. PATY, Asrent. 2G l'2o6 The JRisdon. Iron and Locomotive Works, Corner of Heal and Howard Streets, San Francisco California "W. H. TAYLOR... K. S. MOORE.. r.. .President Superintendent Builders of Steam Machinery In all ita branches. Steamboat, Steamship. LaDd Engines ti Boilers High l'rc88ure or Compound. ' STEAM VESSELS of ail kinds built complete, vrith bulla ot wood, iron or composite. ORDINARY ENGINES compounded when ad visable. STEAM LAUNCHES, Barges and Steam Tngs con structed with reference to tbe trade in which they are to be eiui loj ed. Speed, tonnage and dratt of water guaranteed. SUGAR JIILLS and Sugar Making Machinery made af to. tue most approved plans. Also, all Boiler Iron Work connected therewith. WATER PIPE, of Boiler or Sheet Iron, of any size, mado in sutUble lengths for connecting together, or Sheets rolled, punched and packed for shipment, ready to be riveted oi th ground. HYI'RAULIC RIVETING, Boiler Work and Water Pipes made by this establishment, riveted br hydraulic riveting tuachi nery, that quality of worn being far superior to hand work. Silir WORK, Ship and Steam Capstans, 8team Winches. Air and Circulating Pumps, made after the most approved plans. SOLE Agents and manuacturera for the Tacifia Coast of the Home Safety Boiler. PUMPS Direct Acting Tumps for irrigation or city works' purj oses, built with the celebrated Lavy Valve Motion, superior to auy ottar pump. J. If. S. "Williams lion ol til u. Room Xo. 8, upstairs, Sprecktl' Block. l-3m Agent for the Hawn. Islands.. JUST ARRIVED Habaiia Cigars. Bavarian Beer, of the Ilackerbrau Brewery, Hunchcn; Strasslmny Beer, Flcnsburg Beer, Double Extra Stout Bottled by M.B. Foster tfc Sons, London; French Clarets. of superior qualities ; German Preserves, in tins. FOIl SALE BY -1 i 4 r lUi J lIMi AND BETHEL STRHET8. iso Uti:;-tf FOR SALE. Island - bred Mules! Broken and unbroken; Superior Durham and Hereford Bulls; Thoroughbred JEBSEY COWS, Or.e very fine bred JERSEY BULL, (Sire atnl lum both registered); I-T ORSES:, Carriage and Saddle. Also for sale or exchange, the celebrated l atclien-Jlesjcnyer Stallion ' Billy Vernon." liolchlaeffcr & Co Apj.ly to 21-lm 0. i ! . i i C. f J. II. FISIIEK, At Hank of IUaliop Si Co, 119 12i0-ly