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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MARCH
7, J3n titljoritn. ! ft'-- .-r,-t-. AS Scaled Tender "Will be received at the Interior (Mike un til I UUKSDAY, March llth, at 12 oVlu. k l noon, for the construction f a Iiervmr near the (iovornmcnt KK-ctric Liht cita tion, Nuuaiiu Valley. PJani ari'l ."iieeifi-ationx for the work can be .een at the ollice of the Superinten dent 'A l'ublic Works. All tenders must he plainly endorsed " Tender for Reservoir." The Minister of the Interior does not bind himself to accent the lowest or any bid: L. A. THURSTON. Minister of the Interior. Interior Oflice, March G, 57-4t 7.,'J,11 Sain of Government I.ihc On THURSDAY, March 7, l'J, at the front entrance of Aliiolani Hale, at uoon. will he sold at l'ublic Auction the L -ae of the (lovernnient Land of Opihilala and I'aauilo, HamiiKua, Hawaii, and containing an area of ITS acles, more or Jess. Terms Lease for ten years, dating from February IS, l,Sf. Upset Price f.2. per acre per annum, payuhle quarterly in advance. L. A. THURSTON, Minister of Interior. Interior Oflice, Feb. 1, ls.s:, ir7-:jt .32 ;t March 17th being named by Resolution of the Legislative Assembly pas.ud May 4, 18S2, as the IJirthday of Kamehanieha III., and falling upon Sunday" this year, SATURDAY, March UHh, will be ob served as a National Holiday, and all Government Offices throughout the King dom will bo closed on that day. L. A. THURSTON, Minister of the Interior. Interior Oflice, Marcli 5, lHS'.K 5k3t 1KJ1-U EVENTS OF TO-DAY. Auction S.u.s-J. F. Morgan, furniture of J. V.. Biilvvell. 10a. in.; cottage coiner of l'unchbowl and Reretania streets, 12 in. Sale or Covkrnmknt Lease Land in Ha makua, 12 m. Y. M. C. A. Roys Meeting, 3 p. in. HoNm.ru: RirLEs-Uompanv A, drill, 7:30 p.m. A. L. or II. Oceanic Council, K. of V. hall, 7:30 p. m. Masonic Nuuanu Chapter of Rose Croix, A. it A. S. R., Lodge le l'rogres hall, 7:30 p. in. Sr. Andrew's Chircii Association Meet ing, school building, 7:3.) p. m. IIo.NoLLLir Fire Department Hoard of Representatives, monthlv meeting, 7 :30 p. m. Dekatinu Society Oahu Ldgc room, Fort .street. 7:30 p. m. Y. M. C A. Singing clas, 7 p. r.i. Skcond Rattai.ion Lcleiohoku (Juards, drill. 7:30 p. m. Honolulu Yacht it Boat Cliu Meet ing, 7 :30 p. m. THE DAILY Pacilc Commercial Advertiser. lie Just anil fear not: Let all the em's thou alu'st at be Thy Country's, thy Go IV, and Truth's. THURSDAY, .MARCH 7, 1SS0. THE SAMOAN SITUATION. The German Training Squadron Ordered to the Islands. K.IMUERLY INVKSTEIl WITH IT'LL AITIIOKITV. (From our San Francisco Correspondent.) Tho appointment of a special com missioner to tho Samoan conference at Berlin has been postponed by Secretary Bayard who will leavo it as a legacy for his successor. This gives tho Germans moro tiruo to settle their scores with the natives. Latest advices from Samoa, via Auckland, state that there has been no moro lighting, but that the British Consul has warned British subjects not to supply tho natives with arms, and to maintain strict neutrality. II. B. M.S. Calliope has replaced tho lloyalist, and Brandeis, the German partisau of Tamasese, has been re called to Berlin. Tho steamer Carondelet sailed from New York on February 14th for Samoa, with 133 cases of ritles, shells and runrnnnition brought from Antwerp by tho steamer Western land. This ammunition is intended for tho Germans. This looks as if moro lighting were intended. At W ashington the State Depart ment officials are very reticent over the tenor of the dispatches from San Francisco relative to the German outrages in Samoa. They claim to have later information that the Ger man officials have been removed and that all is quiet. At tho Navy De partment a different outlook is taken and Captain Mullan'a action in pro tecting Klein is commended on all eides. They also think ho acted right in sending Klein homo on the lirstvo3sel, as the Nipsic was the only vessel there, and K!ein's pre sence would tend to keep up the dis order. With other American vessels to assist tho Nipsic it is thought Captain Mullan would have opposed Klein's leaving Apia. Naval officers aro looking for fighting as soon as tho Varuluiia and the Trenton arrive and Admiral Kimberly takes charge of the squadron. They believe ho will at once stop all further German outrages by force if necessary. The Vandalia left Honolulu on Ftbruary 7th, and should arrive at Apia about March or sooner. The Trenton is duo about tun same time, then it is thought there may be sumo fighting. Secretary Whitney reposes great .1 t II i coniuienea m ivimoeriy, ana nas givull him lull authority Secretary Bayard thinks tho Amer ican people should lead tho nations in substituting pacific methods for force in the settlement of interna tional disputes. Tha military spirit should be discouraged, except for d ;fense. If not, the army will be come a permanent establishment, and with an ambitious leader a dom inant forco likely to lead to a dicta torship and despotism. Ifo did not believe tho people wanted war over Samoa; if they want war they must get another Secretary of State. Tho United States guarantees tho neu trality of Samoa, because it would expose the country to the danger of embroilment in our relations with other powers. Bayard looks upon the rejection of tho Chinese, fisheries and extradition treaties as unfortun ate for the country, lie, however, does not regard the action of the Senato as involving a reflection upon tho actual merits of tho treaties themselves. Bayard still insists upon the restoration of Samoan in dependence, and this condition has, so far, been ignored by tho Germans. Tho Germans in Samoa aro furious over tho escape of tho American, Klein, to San Francisco. Tho Senato Committee on Foreign Relations has decided that it is not politic to take further t-teps in the Samoan matter pending tho proposed Berlin conference, This determina tion was reached as the result of a telegram from tho editor of the Now York World, asking if tho committee desired the testimony of its corre pondent, J. C. Klein, row in San Francisco. The Cologne Gazette says Ger many will demand that the United States arrest and punish Klein, the American correspondent, on a charge of leading tho Samoans against the Germans. Tho Standard's Berlin corres pondent believes a change will be made in tho representation of Ger many in Samoa, and that new and very detailed instructions will be sent to tho German officials there. Tho German papers assert that Klein, tho American, was born at Lahr and served as sergeant in the German army during tho Franco- Prussian war. lie was, so it is stated, subsequently compelled to leavo Germany and went to America. Tho Secretary of tho Navy has contracted with M. F. Pickering & Co., of New York, for tho delivery of '2,000 tons of coal at the coaling sta tion at Apia, Samoa, at $13.25 per ton. Tho coal is purchased from C G. Barber & Co., of New York, at 3.02S per ton. Tho ship Sachem of Boston will be used in transporting the coal, and it is expected to make the vovasro in four months. The vesscd is being laden at New York The shipment will cost tho govern mont $31,000. Tho Mouongahela left San Fran cisco on February 21st, under tow of the tug Belief . She is heavily laden and will go directly to Samoa with supplies for the neet. bhe v acc orded the usual good-by saluta tions from tho ships in the harbor Bismarck is said to have been greatly annoved at the Consul's pro posals to annex Samoa, and the Yossi.-ehe Z itung's question as to what would be thought of a Consu who telegraphed a proposal to an uex Zurich or Luxemburg is be lioved to bo identical with the ojun ion of tho Chancellor. In an article on Samoa the Berlin Weser Zeitung says: "Whether Ma taafa's people were led by an Ameri can or not is of no consequence, as the American Government cannot well bo mado responsible for the ac tions of individuals. Tho German Consul, however, by his actions un doubtedly burdens his Government with such responsibility." The Cologne Gazette, violently at tacking tho Freisinnige Press, re peats its demand for tho punishment or extradition of tho American, Klein, as a common criminal. The North German Gazette publishes a map of Upolu, one of tho Samoan islands, tho study of which, it de clares, leaves no doubt of the pre ponderance of German interests in Samoa. The German squadron that has been ordered to Port Said consists of the Stoach, Moltke, Charlotte and tho Olga. Owing to their small coaling capacity, it would take these vessels three mouths to reach Samoa. The German training squadron will proceed from Port Said to Zanzibar to replace the Pacific cruising squad ron now engaged in the blockade on the Fast African coast. The latter will then sail for Apia. The liOndon Times' Berlin corre spondent says: At a dinner given by Prince Bismarck to the members of the lower house of the Prussian Diet tho Chancellor said he regarded it as an impossibility that tho Samoan question should have the effect of in term pti rig the friendly relations be tween Germany and America which had existed for a century. Tho geo graphical situation of Samoa and tbe imperfection of telegraphic com munication rendered it impossible for him to be responsible for all tho acts of German agents in the Pacific, but the parties in disputo were ani mated by tho best spirit, and no doubt Germany's commercial inter ests would not materially sutler. Two sites have been recommended as a site for the San Francisco Post Office, viz.: at the corner of Eighth and Mission, price 700,000; and at the corner of Seventh and Mission, price 770.000. The amount of the appropriation for purchasing a site is 800,000. OUR SAN FRANCISCO LETTER ! San Francisco, February Australia. 2G, per S. S. (t rom our Special Correspondent.) The S. S. Australia leaves to-day at noon, this hour having been fixed for tho departure of all the Oceanic Company's steamers in future owing to another change in the overland mail time table, the mails now arriv ing in San Francisco at 8 o'clock in the morning. Sugar Newt. The local maket for refined sugars underwent the first change in many weeks on February 23d, ibices being reduced I cent by the California refinery, the American following Knit. This makes list prices for granulated cents and cube cents. The market for raw sugars re mains unchanged at 5 9-1G cents for OG degrees. Stocks are firmly held at tm fitrnrfi. M. Licht has reduced h; nfirrmtn of tho yield in Austria bv 25.000 tons. Tho Cuban crop win show a deficit of ten per cent owing to t.h hurricane of last summer in nnnnnctinn with the low test of the i-nicrt which is not above ) (a, 10 de grees in some localities. The Brazil crop is estimated to snow a ueuu oncv of 90.000 tons, and offerings from there are very liffht. Tho Louisiana crop has all been inar td. conseauently supplies must ho drawn from abroad. The nrico of European beet sugar is about s- cent above tne parity oi me . . , ,i New York market, and the indica tions! ar that there will be an ad vance in the price of raw sugar in stead of a decline, as has been cus tomarv at this season for several years past. The stocks in Eastern ports are 30,000 tons less tnan a yer.r ago, while the total stocks in the principal countries of the world are over 100,000 tons less tnan at tnis date a year ago. Notes FromSan Franctx-o James C. Flood, tho San Francisco millionaire, died at Heidelberg, Ger many, at 10 a. m. on February 21st The West Coast Steamship Com pany has been incorporated to do a business similar to tho Pacihc Coas S. S. Company. It already has twro steamers, tho Puebla and Pomona which wero recently leased to the Goodall, Perkins line. The capital stock of the now concern is 3,000,000. The town of Guerneville, near Santa Rosa, has been laid waste by firo. An examination of Chinese pas sengers arriving here from Port Townsend showed that tho Chinese are coming over the border from Canada in large numbers. Miss Emma Bennett, a young lady clerk in the Kearny Street Japanese store of George T. Marsh, fired two bullets into Emanuel Davis, a clerk in Castle Bros', grocery store on Front street, and she then committed suicide. Davis will probably recover. Sergeant Gano and three police men of the Chinatown squad have been indicted by the Grand Jury for receiving bribes, mei or l'oiice Crowley has been working against them for somo time past and claims to have a clear case. Gano was ob taining $250 per week in addition to his salary. The number of divorces grauted in the United States has increased from 9,037 in 18G7 to 25,535 in 18SG. The total for twenty vears was 328,71G. To leavo by the Mariposa for Hon olulu there are booked: Mrs. J. I. and Miss Annie Dowsett, N. S. Bon ton and wife, Cyrus II. McCormick and wife, John Cook, Amos Grannis, J. A. and Miss L. 13. Folger. Oceanic S. S. Company's stock has advanced steadity with sales of 100 shares at 97L it now being held film at 9S.V asked. Morris Baum, a Battery street dry goods merchant, was found dead in his bed yesterday morning. Daniel Callahan of the First Na tional Bank is dead. Tho next steamer to sail from San Francisco, after the Mariposa on March 9th, will leave here on March 29th. Subsequent sailings will be April Gth, April 2Gth, May 4th, May 24th. This change is made at the request of Honolulu shippers and will give a longer time between the departures of steamers at your port. The Australia will probably remain in Honolulu till March llth or 15th. Shippiug News. San Francisco, Arrivals: Feb. 15, bark Forest Queen, 17 days from Ho nolulu ; schr. J. C. Ford, 16 days from Kabul ui. Feb. 1G, S. S. Mariposa, 7 days and bktne Amelia, 18 days from Honolulu; Feb. 20, S. S. Australia, 7 days and 20 hours from Honolulu; Feb. 22, yacht Nyanza, 1S days from Honolulu; Feb. 23, bark C. O. Whitmore, 17 days from Honolulu; Feb. 24, bark Jas. A. King, 18 days from Kahului, bktne Planter, 19 days from Honolulu, schr. Dora Bluhm, 19 days from Mahukona, schr. Fred. E. Sanders, 17 days from Hilo. Departures: Feb. 11, S.S. Alameda for Honolulu and schr. Sailor Boy for Mahukona; Feb. 13, brig Geo. H. Douglas for Honolulu ; Feb. 15, bark Lady Lampson for Honolulu; Feb. 1G, brig Consuelo for Kahului; Feb. 21, schr. Bosalind for Honolulu and schr. J. C. Ford for Kahului; Feb. 24, brig W. G. Irwin for Hono lulu. Partnership Notice. MESSRS. WIL Edward U.Tt WILLIAM A. BO WEN AND Vnnev have been admitted as partners in the firm of Castle A: Cooke. N. CASTLE, J. B. ATIIER TON, GEO. P. CASTLE. Honolulu, March 5, lsi). 5-lw riio only fngCf)Bj"gint?3 st iri :av .hat will cure Stills' 1 is tlctricitv. I'll. l'UK('V S eiyS S VF iri tho only Elkcthic Tnrs in the world. I'miiiHiiHts mailed fre, H. K.T. Co. TOl Sac'to .St. Sao Francisco, ldl. U.h-4 CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the statements mvle, or or'nions expressed &y our correspondents. The Other Side of the Iieunery Oues- tiou. Mr. Editor : Since the arrival of the steamship Alameda, on the ISth ult., the columns of some of our local papers have teemed with correspond ence, purporting to bo from regular correspondents in San Francisco, predicting ruin to the Sugar Refin eries Company of New York, the American Sugar Refinery Company cf San Francisco, and sore distress to all persons in tho sugar business of this Kingdom who do not send their sugar to the California Sugar Kefmery. These predictions have been emphasized and endorsed, so I am informed, in strangely similar phraseology, indicating, possibly, a common source, by an officer of the California Sugar Refinery Company now in this city. As you cau have no interest in pre venting your readers from hearing the other side of this sugar matter, it seems to bo wise to make quota tions from private letters received by the Australia. Touching the cargo of tho West meath, a writer says: "A decision in thi3 matter has not yet been formally rendered, though it is now an open S3cret that both the New York md Boston experts have been u lable to pronounce the sugar artificially col ored. Tho Custom House people here admit that they have informa tion, making it all but certain that the case will go against them, and I wish to impress you with the fact that we have not the slightest doubt of the ultimate decision in this mat ter. It seems as if the present ad ministration were trying to leave for tho incoming one the settlement of this matter. This we have to avoid, if possible, as we would like the same parties who mado the unjust accusations to be compelled to re tract them." Touching the case against tho American Sugar Refining Company, a correspondent says : " The facts as stated by counsel, two of the ablest men at tho San Francisco bar, aro these: Tho attack against the Amer ican Refinery is an exceedingly weak one, judged from any legal stand point, and while counsel admit tho possibility of a decision adverse to the refinery in tho lower court, they say that the refinery has little or nothing to fear when the case is re viewed on appeal to the Supreme Court. Pending the result of this appeal, which it will take a year and a half to reach, the refinery has a right to a stay of proceedings, and tho business of the refinery will not in any way be interrupted. We aro to-day the lowest market in th work! for refined sugar, taking duty into consideration; this is owing to the depressing of prices by the Call fornia Refinery. Tho American Re finery protects its trade by meeting every decline. The American dis tributed in January fifty per cent, more sugar than the California, and more than double figuring on the local trade exclusively. The same proportion, approximately, will hold good for February. Raw sugars are improving in New York, and we be lieve that higher figures will prevail during the season." Of the Sugar Refineries Company, of New York, better known as the Trust, the writer says: '"Since Judge Barrett's decision against the North River Sugar Refinery Co. was ut tered, a decision by the New York Court of Appeals, in the case of the Old Dominion Steamship Company, bears so strongly against the argu ments of Judge Barrett, that the lawyers for the Sugar Refineries Co. in New York feel more than ever confident of the ultimate reversal of his decision. Certificates of the Sugar Refineries Co. are quoted in New York at 88J bid, formerly 75. It is said that the rise is partly caused by purchases of a German J. O. Carter. iCciu CUuuTtiscmcnts. Election of Officers. 4 T THE ANNUAL MEETING OI- A the stockholders of the People's Ice it Refrigerator Co., held this lay, the follow ing named persons were elected as officers for the ensuing year: J. K. Wilder President W. W. Hall Vice-President W. E. Foster Secretary W. E. Wall Treasurer W. O. Smith Auditor The above named ollicers constitute a Board of Directors. W. E. FOSTER. Secretary P. I. it R. Co. March 5. !Ss9. 57-2 w .LOST! 0 N SATURDAY, A LADY'S GOLD liliOOl'H. crescent shaped, set with pearls and rubies, with a Bangle, marked C. I. A suitable reward wil. he given on returning the same at the Hawaiian Ga zette oilice. 5o-i;t OTICE. riMIE ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEET--T ing of the Honolulu Yacht and Boat Club will be held at their Boat House on THURSDAY EVENING, 7th inst., at Ti.'.O o'clock, present. W-2t Evtrv member is expected to be E. I. SPALDING, Secretary Honolulu Y. A: B.C. Ten Dollars Reward. --,tt" r;f-ir pvtt'ipn wit T T? V pun -- conviction of uy person found stealing the Daily Advkktisfr or "Weekly Gazette" from tbeistore or residence of subscribers. HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO. onolulu, March 3u, 18S8. fafircrtiscmcttt. ANDEKS0X & LUXDY, Dentists. ARTIFICIAL TEETH from one to an entire set in serted on gold, silver, allum- inuiu and rubber bases. Crown and bridge work a specialty. To persons wearing rubber plates which are a constant source of irritation to the mouth and throat, we would recommend our Prophylactic Metal Plate. All oper ations performed in accordance with the latest improvements in dental science. Teeth extracted without pain by the use of Nitrous Oxide (.las. gXF OS Hotel street, at Dr. Grossman s old stand. 55-ly Booms to Let AT NO. 4 Honolulu. GARDEN STREET. 31-lm TO LET. THE TWO-STORY DWELLING situated on the east corner of Fort and Beretania streets, lately occupied bv Dr. Dav. For particulars inquire at the Hawaiian Business Agency , or ot Dr. Dav. oU-lm TO LET. ems THE STORES, Nog. 85 and 87 King street, next door to the cor. of Fort street, will be to let on the first day of Mav next. U 1 J gy-Terms liberal. Inquire of lu-3m HENRY WATERHOUSE. TO LET. A LARGE AND COMFORTABLE House on Punchbowl street, bet. Palace Walk and Beretania street. Applvto DR. J. S. McGREW, 46-tf Hotel Street. NOTIC K. A LL PARTIES OWING TO W. S. tt- LUCE up to January 31, 1889, are hereby requested to make im mediate payment to Mr. Frank Brown, Merchant street (formerly A. M. Hewett's), who is authorized to receipt for all moneys paid to him. J. F. HACKFELD, J. HOTING, H. FOCKE, Assignees of W. S. Luce. Honolulu, Jan. 31, 181). 28-lm 12")5-lm OTIOE. tf XPECTING TO LEAVE HONOLULU for China shortly, notice is herein given that Ng Hon Sai will transact ail matters of business connected with the firm of Tong On Jan Company under a full power of attorney. NG CHAN, Managing partner of" theiirmcf Tong On J an Company. Honolulu, Feb. 15, 1889. 41-lm Firewood For Sale! 38 per Cord, AT CIIR. GERTZ'S 20-lm 80 FORT STREET. For Yokohama IloDffkoii 35 The Nippon Yusen Kaislia's New ami Fine Al Steel Steamship "Omi Mara" Conner Commander, Will leave for the above about Ports on or March. 7, 1889. EX For terms of Freight or Passage, having superior cabin and steerage ac commodations, apply to Wm. G. Irvviii & Co., 35-td AGENTS. Planters' Monthly For February, 1881). TABLE OF CONTENTS: Notes With our Readers P.eet Crop of Watsonvillo Improvement of Suar Cane Gov. Warmouth on Ditrusi'-n Congressional Sugar Statistics Diffusion and the Wanze Sugar Factory Hawaiian Commercial Company's Plantation on Maui Improvement of Sugar Cane Variation and Selection in Plant Cul- J tivaiion Prof. Harrison's Lstter on Cane Seed lings. California Teet Sugar Industry Economy of Suar House Fuel Sugar Pounty in the United States Sugar Industry of the United States Java Diffusion Successful New Principle in Steam Packing Agriculture in China Difference Between Cyclones and Tor nadoes TERMS: Yearly subscription 2 Foreign " ;i Bound Volumes. . : 4 X? Address : G VZETTE PUBLISHING CO., Merchant St., Honolulu. d&w2w ICnu 3u-rcrti5mrnt3. "THE ARCADE," 75 and 77 Fort St., (EGVjST & CO.) Honolulu, H. I. -PirOUTEBS OF French, English and American DRY AND FANCY GOODS ! FINE CUSTOM-MADE CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, Hats and Caps, Trunks and "Valises. T3TJY YOUR Ladies', Misses', Children's & Gents' Shoes At the AKCADE, and SAVE MONEY. o- 50-1 v :n"oticj: i Tho Well-known Bk. Amy Turner Will be laid on the berth in Boston? for Honolulu In CII AS. BKEWHIl & CO.'s Line of Packets, To Sail in July Next ! Persons desiring to ship goods by this vessel will please forward iheir orders as early as passible to insure shipment. firor further information apply to C. BREWER & CO., Queen Street. Honolulu, Feb. 10, 18S0. V2VJ -15-lm TO PLANTEKS! HAVING RECENTLY IMPUOVED and strengthened our construction of 2-RolIer Mills, as also the slat feeding mechan ism for same with Yery satisfactory results, we are now prepared to contract for that class of machinery at short notice. We have patterns on hand for 4nxfiCin., 3Cx6Cin., 32x61 n.. 30xGOin., o0x54in., 2Cx54in. sizes of rollers, steel shafting and steel gearing throughout with any desired type of engine, or they cau be driven from engine in use on 3-Itoll Mill, by compounding tbe same, thereby economizing steam. Results under equal conditions guaranteed unsur passed byanyoTHKB construction or system of FEEDING. J. N. S. WILLIAMS. Apent Rlsdon Iron and Locomotive Works, 13C124:Mf San Francisco. EAGLE HOUSE NUUANU STREET. This I-'irsU-elass Family Hotel, having just changed hands, has been thorough Iv renovated, together with the KAPENA PREMISES now atUched, and is prepared to receive guests By the Day, Week cr Month At Reasonable Kates. TAFLE UNSURPASSED. Transient guests will find every accommodation, a- place where all the comforts of a home can be obtained. TIIOS. KROUSE, pRor. Honolulu. II. I. 15f K. WEIR, AVOULP RESPECTFULLY NOTIFY HIS 1 1 Tiends and ibe public generally that he has purchased tbe Blacksmith and Carriage fchop fonr erly conducted by A. Morgan at Nos. 79 and Sl King street, where be is now prepared to do all kinds of Carriage Pin tin g and Trimming, Carriage and Heavy Wagon Work and General Blacksinilhing with promptness and dispatch. Satisfaction guaranteed. 131-tf MURRAY & IANMN'S FLORIDA WATER The Universal Perfume For the Toilet, the Path and the Handkerchief. In view f.f the attempts made recently by some unscrupulous dealers, to foist upon the public a worthless imitation, bearing the general outward appearance of the genuine, we call attention to the (ii-tinuishing marks of the genuine Murray Lanman FLORIDA WATER. Each bottle of the genuine article bc?rs on its neck the Trade Mark, which appears, alongside this notice; and on each leaf of tbe pamphlet, which is wrapped around it, appears in faint water mark lettersMie words LANMAN & KEMP, NEW YORK. If either Ie lackinc reject the article its spurious. DOWNING & SCHMIDT Wholesale Agents San Francisco, Cal. ' -C 3 ft Sr C 1k Hi 119 1240-ly EGAN & CO., 73 and 77 Fort St. JUST ARRIVED tit Haltiina Cigars, Bavarian Beer, of the Ilackerbrau Brewery, llunchen; Strasslmrg Beer, Flenslmrg Beer, Double Extra Stout Bottled by M.B. Foster & Sons, London; French Clarets, of superior qualities; German Preserves, in tins. C- FOR SALI5 BY -1 Eil, Hoffschlacger & Co., KING AND BETHEL STREETS. 150 1 203-tf Manhattan Life I3STSTJR.IsrOE CO. Of New York. Kstablighed 1850. This old Company now offers to the In suring Public its new Survivorship Dividend Plan Which affords all the advantages of Lifo Insurance during the earlier years of life, and at the same time makes a provision lor old age, as the Policy-holder can sur render his Policy at the end of the Sur vivorship Dividend Period and receive its Fixl Value in Cash thus combin ing Investment and Protection. EXT Any information cheerfully fur nished. JOHN II. PATY, Agent. 2G 125G The Risdon Iron and Locomotive Works, Corner of Eeal ana Howard Street, San Francisc California W. II. TAVLOR.. It. S. MOOKE President . .Superintendent Builders of Steam Machinery In all its branches. Steamboat Steamship. Land Engines & Boilers, High Pressure or Compound. 8TE.AM VESSELS of all kinds built complete, with hulls ot wood, iron or composite ORDINARY ENGINES compounded when d lsable. STEAM LAUNCHES, BargeR and Steam Trigg com 8tructd with reference to the trade in which Vl!rVr? t0 Ve emi loyed- Speed, tonnage and draft of water guaranteed. SUGAR MILLS and Snjjar Maiing Machinery made after the most approved plans. Also, all toiler Iron V ork connected therewith. WATER PIPE, of Boiler or Sheet Iron, of any size, made in suitable lengths for connecting together, or Sheets rolled, punched and packed for shipment, ready to be riveted on th 8 round. HYDRAULIC RIVETING, Boiler Work and Water li pes made by this establishment, riveted 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, mad after the most approved plans. SOLE Agents and manufacturers for the Pacifla Coast of the Home Safety Boiler. PXilDJTct ActinB Pnwpsfor irrigation or illl v k,8 Ptoses, built with the celebrated Davy alve Motion, superior to any othet J. X. S. tVJlHa;,iK Honolnlu Room No. 3, upstairs, Spreckelj Block. 41-3m A Kent for tbe Hawo. Islands. DRESSMAKING. MRS. M. B. CAMPIIELL HAS COMMENCED the business of Dressmaking. Cutting and fitting, at her residence. No. 73 Beretania street, opposite the Hotel. Tho patronage of the ladies t-sycunuiiy solicited. Satisfaction guaran- tiS-tf 1243 1T "