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J f Jr, v 4 I . V "J 1: f ) J 1 1 4 ; r - .'si i V U , v. V- , .i t : f PORT OF HONOLULU, H. I. ARUIVALS. Thursday, May 23. Stmr Waialeale, Campbell, from Kilauea and Jfanalei. Schr Mokuola from Ewa, Oahu. Schr Li-ahi from Kohala. iki'Akti'i:ks. Thuksday. May 2:?. Stmr J A Cummins. Neilson, for Koulau 9 a in. Stmr Kwu for Kwa. - Schr Kawailani for Koolau. VennelM Leaving To-day. Stmr C 11 Uishop, Le Claire, for circuit of Oahu, 9 a in. Stmr Waialeale. mij.l)tll , for Kilauea ami Hanalei, at 5 in. bk Dr. Mezger, Anglcstadt, for I'uget Sound. chr Moi Wahiiic for Koholale'c and Ko hala. Schr Kulamanu for Kona. Schr Leahi lor Kohala and Pohoiki. suhr -Mokuola for Ewa. Dally Keceljit of Product. liiiKfl nujiar. lias rice . Mm. pktfs. Stmr C H Pihop ir52." .... 311 Stinr Cummins. . pmo . .... S hr Moiwahine. 17!u .... .... Schr Mokuola '0 I'ASSKNC.KKS. AKKIVA I.S. Kroin Kauai, per stmr Waialeule. May 'J.'l II A Mactie, Jr. H Harher, wifeand child, Mrs Daniels and children, and two deck passengers From Koolau and Waianae, pe r stmr C U I'uiliop, Mav 22 Hon H A Wideniann, Mr Kmerson, V II Stafford, MrsSorrenson, and forty dick passengers. SIIII'I'IXS NOT KS. The steamer Kaala arrives tliis afternoon f rota Wuianue and Waialua. The. sehoom-r Leahi leaves to-day for Kohala, Halawa, and Pohoiki. The Swedish bark Dr. Mezirer, Captain Anglestadt, is expected to sail to-day for the Sound. The steamer W. fl. Hall will arrive early this morning from windward ports with supar and other island products. The schooner Moi Wahine brought 17'JO bags stigaron Wednesday from Koholalele, Hawaii, for the hark Andrew Welch. The schooner Kulamanu brought fifty cords of ohia firewood from Kaapunu, Kona, Hawaii. She leaves agam to-day for the feame place. The barken'ine Amelia, now loading sugarat Hilo, Hawaii, is expected to leave to-morrow for San Francisco with sugar from the Waiuaku and Waiakea sugar rr"U. je bark Lady Lampson is shifting sails jewer's wharf. She loads after the bark foCW Welch, and is expected to leave Francisco about the latter end of v'?ek. H harkentine Klikitat finishes mi uniber to-day. She is having her AVilked. Next Monday, she will Hast for KahuJui, Maui, to load m i un Francisco. xerC H. Hishop arrived on ; night from Koolau with 1,.'52.; bags awa, lt bags hay, 210 . nd 75 packages sundries. Js.c at i) o'(rJck tin's morning his island, and will take a -c .nianae sugar mill. Fort Sire' , COURT. Flrat cUi iii'ksday. May 2.J. were charged with ."possession; two of wnom wev ft 0 each, and also in ?ach case $1 costs. JSnft 0f v iea. tials was discharged. 1 eter Humphrey wiw charge! with using threatening and abusivo language, and sentenced to 24 hours hard labor and $1 40 costs. Ten Chinamen were charged with gaming, and all of them forfeited bail, $ each. Total 153 40. DEI.INUUKNT TAXES. Annio L. Holokahiki was defaulted. Her tax as assessed amounted tu $" 10, but the costs have increased the amount to $10 GO. A warrant was issued. There were thirteen other cases on the docket, but these were all settled. SUPREME COURT. Thursday, May 23. rnoHATi-: division hkkokk his honor J t STICK DOl.K. In re Estate of Mary Dominis. Peti tion of John (. Dominis for Letters of Administration. Ordered that Letters of Administration issue to John O. Dominis without bond. Cecil Brown for petitioner, and petitioner in person. T-Oay I'rojji'iMine. To-dav being the anniversary of Queen Victoria's birth, the following will be the order of ivlebration : At noon a royal salute will be lire 1 from the Hawaiian battery at Kakaako and II. P. M. S. Kspiegle; and at the same hour the Hawaiian band will play "God Save the Queen" at the residence ol" Major J. H. WodehoiiM, II. P. M.'s Commissioner, who will hold a reception between the hours of 12 noon and 2 p. m. at hi resi dence, Emma street. At 7:30 p. in. the Koval Ian i will give a concert at Emma Square, and play selections and airs suited to the occasion. It is also pro bable that many of the business houses of the city will he closed .luring the greater part of the day. Future Advertising. The advertising mediums of the past have all been insignificant compared to what may be expected in the future. If the following report taken from one of our exchanges be true, it gives an indi cation of what certain kinds of advertis ing may become, and that world-wide circulation on an immense scale will be w. obiect souuht to be obtained. The extract to which we refer reads as follows- "The Germans are constructing a hu 'O floating exhibition palace at a cost Si 250,000. in which to give ocular demonstration of the superiority of Ger man manufactures to the sceptical amongst the distant nations oi the earth. This vesf-el will be caUed the Kaiser Wilhelm, and will be feet long, m feet wide, and 4t feet deep. She will he, it is said, the most magnificently fitted ship afloat. The exhibition w ill be made to ! yield a profit of 100,000 annually from the income derived from rented nice and from the sales of goods. It is teVted that the ship will sa 1 from Himbu?gin the spring of 1S-J0, but her first destination is not known. The. averao natural age of the oat is from 1,500 to 2,000 years; of Hio elm, 350 to 500 years; the maple, &noX) years; Hie yew 'ZgWto l 000- the cedar, bOO; the imuen, ijSKVanatUo cypress 350 years. LOCAL AND GENERAL. There will be racing -jt i- t Park tomorrow afternn. KaI10,ani M. Goldberg comes out stiff in to-d.v' issue in the "stiff hat" line! ' TheSS. Umatilla leaves San Fran cieeo for Honolulu to-day at noon. The Band will give a concert in honor of Queen ictorui's birthdav this even ing at Emma Square. A larse number of seamen from II . B M. S. Kspiegle were on shore yesterday taking in the "sights" around the city. There is a beautiful painting, a basket of lilacs, in the window of the Pacific Hardware Co. Miss Lulu Fannin. r Tt--,a 1 m - I the artist. There was no meeting of the Debating Society last ni'ht, owing to lack of a quorum. There will not be another meeting for two weeks. It is reported that the IJarber's Point lighthouse was without a light on yes terday at 4 :o0 a. m., and how long pre viously on that night is not known. All claims against the late Mrs. E. M. Colhurn, should be presented for pay ment w ithout delay at the office of Mr. John F. Colharn. See advertisement. In the "Fy Authority" column will be seen the appointment of the Hon. Kobt. Hoaiili Paker as Aide do Camp and Colonel on His Majesty's personal staff. A fine photograph of the First Bat talion, Honolulu Rifles, as they appeared at Camp Austin, is on view in one of the windows of the Pacific Hardware store. The employees of the Gazette and Advi:rtiskk are about to organize a base ball club. Several of them went out for practice after working-hours yesterday. The summer temperature on these islands has now set in ; but the trade winds may be expected to be regular while the warm weather lasts, and offset tropical conditions of summer heat. A batch of sixteen native and Chinese gamblers were arrested last night, and deposited $5 each as bail for their aj learance to-day. "With this exception the charge-book at the Police Station was clean at 10 :30 p. m. Mr. L. J. Levey's sale of furniture yes terday realized about $1 ,000. The bid ding was very spirited and a large number of persons attended the sale. The merchandise sale was also well at tended at his rooms, and realized $1,200. The prices obtained were good. Wing "Wo Chan & Co., 23 Nuuanu street, have just opened a large assort ment of Chinese and Japanese crockery. These goods are very suitable for this market and have been selected with great care in the Orient. The display is well worth a visit from those wishing to procure fancy and useful crockery. In the "By Authority" column to-day will be seen a "notice of intention" by the Government "to purchase lands at Waikolu, Kalawao and Kalaupapa, in the island of Molokai." A careful rnmial of the notice referred to should Ztl.:t.,7 those interested. The tliA (Jnvommpnt. imvpii v Pi iquiieu : i by fully. The Waialeale arrived from Kauai yesterday morning, and brought a damaged roller from Kilauea Plantation The accident to this piece of machinery happened last Monday, and the Kilauea mill had to stop grinding until another roller arrives. It is fortunate, however, that there is a suitable one .in Honolulu ready to send, and it will be shipped by the Waialeale to-day. She will sail at 5 p. m. ; and in the meantime the broken roller is being repaired at the Honolulu Iron Works. The sale of Mr. J. W. Luning's furni ture yesterday attracted a considerable number of bidders, and fair prices were realized. Two of Jules Tavernier's framed paintings of the Volcano were disposed of. The larger one was pur chased by Captain Cluney for $172 50, and the smaller one, about 24 by 20 inches in size, was knocked down to Mr. M. Hyman for $77 50. A plaque of the crater was also sold, and fetched $25. The pali scene was not sold, but few articles of much value remained unsold." The sale, upon the whole, the auctioneer considers very satisfactory. I-uldic Concert. The Royal Hawaiian Band will give a concert this evening, at Emma Square, commencing at 7 :30 o'clock in honor of Queen Victoria's Birthday. Following is the programme : 1. March - Queen Victoria Perger 2. Overture Festival liach 3. Waltz My Queen Coote 4. (J rand National Fantasia Kappey Hooheno. Hilo Kupa Loke. Oiwi mi. o. Reminiscences of Balfe Godfrey ;. (iavotte Queen's Own Amillon 7. Quadrille The Times Coote 8. lialop Queen Victoria Hecker tied Save the Queen. Hawaii l'onoi. Saturday' (lame. The next baseball match announced on the schedule will bo between the Stars and Kamehamehas. This being the first appearance on the Geld of the former, coupled with the previous repu tation of the latter, considerable interest is felt concerning the result. Following are the players and their respective posi tions : HONOlXM. POSITION. KAMEIIAMEHA. Chan. Wilder c Robert Pahau H. baldwin p P. Davis A. Perrv 1 b J. Pakele K. Paid win 2 b J. Wise K. Wo.k house 3 b J. Cook W. Uruner s. s J.Makaimeku J. O. Carter jr 1. f -W. Spent er Chas Willder .c. f . . .C. M. Lawelawe L. Torbert r.f J. A. Lawelawe. YV. V. T. V. Kntert atnment. An entertainment will be given in the Y. M. C. A. Hall on next Saturday even ing, May 25th, at 7 :30 o'clock, by the young ladies of the W. C. T. V. Tickets, Iwentv-tive cents each, may be procured from the General Secretary of the Y. M. C. A., or from Mr. J. E. Bidwell at No. 10 Fort street. About 250 tickets have been issued, and every person pre senting one will be entitled to a seat. DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, MAY 24, 1889. CHINESE RELIEF FUND. The Human Heart Mores to Suffering Humanity all the World Over. The collections now being made in Honolulu, and throughout the Hawaiian Islands, to aid in sending relief to the famine-stricken districts of China, are being steadily increased. It is also note worthy that bn these Islands this charit-, able object is not restricted to the offer ings of race, class or creed ; it is a ques tion of suffering humanity, and other considerations in this case are ignored as they should be. We learn that the Hon. W. G. Irwin has given his check for $100; and the Hon. S. M. Damon has also given his check for a like amount, accompanied by the following letter which speaks for itself: Hosoluia-, May 21, 18S9. Mr. C. Alee and Mr. Goo Kim, Consuls for China : Dear Sirs: The papers state that the Chinese residents are collecting funds for the needs of their friends who have suffered by the famine in China. To aid in this worthy object, I enclose my check, payable June 1st, and ask that you will accept it from the people of "Moanalua." I remain, dear Sirs, Y'ours truly, S. M. Damon. Since the above was in print we learn that Mr. A. J. Cartwright has subscribed $)0, and that the Chinese merchants of Honolulu have already given an aggre gate of about $1,200. This makes a total of $1,430 since Wednesday morning not bad for a two days' canvass. The first remittance will be sent on June 1st by the Zealandia to San Francisco, and from that port the amount will be wired to Shanghae. Hawaiian Fossils A Rarity. At the close of the rhetorical exercises at Oahu College on Wednesday after noon, President W. C. Merritt called attention to some specimens of fossil shells and of petrified wood that have been recently collected by Trof. A. B. Lyons in this vicinity. The volcanic character of the formations on Hawaii nei make fossils therein a great rarity, and it has generally been assumed that they are wholly absent except from coral reefs. These specimens therefore have unusual interest. The shells from the lava rock of Rocky Hill, near Punahou, owe their preservation to an accident similar to that which preserved for us in Pompeii so many interesting relics of the old Roman civilization. The other specimens shells from Diamond Head, and petrified wood from Makiki Valley were no doubt buried in a similar manner ages ago. It is interesting, how ever, to note that the 6hells after all, resemble closely those of the present dav. SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS. M. Thompson, Attorney and Counselor at Law, corner Fort and Merchant streets, Hono lulu, gives written statements of law and judicial decisions applicable to the facts of the cases stated to him, and also opinion as to the probable result of legal proceed ings. 20-lm. iu SUiDcrt'tsniunts. NOTICE. att TTrTerkV a i?v TTTr:T?T"!TiV C A T7. tioned against giving credit to persons in my name XkMAEK: Waibee, x.JJfnni. May 4. 1889. 108-3mK Rooms to Let AT 4 n A PTU?V CTP LTT1 jflljl XIUIIOIUIU. FOR SALE. iHltiil If A TOP-BRAKE IN GOOD W$.f- repair. Empaire of Dr. Day, 53 Beretania street. 122-lm Waiakea Mill Co. A T A MEETING OF THIS COMPANY, held on Mav 21, 1889, at the office of Theo. H. Davits it Co., the following officers were elected for the ensuing j-ear : President Mr. Theo. 11. Davies Vice-President. ...-.Mr. Alex. Young Treasurer Mr. F. M. Swanzy Secretary Mr. E. V. Holdsworth Auditor Mr. T. R. Key worth E. HOLDSWORTH, Secretarv. Honolulu, May 21, 1889. 121 Removal Notice. TOOK Ll:N t CO. HAVE REMOVED -I- their J apaue.e Bazaar f nun 130 Nuuanu street to the tire-proof building 10.") Nuu anu street. FOOK LUN & CO. 122-lm NOTICE. VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT x we, the undersigned, have this day bought tlie business heretofore carried on bv Tai Fook Company in the cultivation of Taro and Bananas in l'awoa, Oahu, and that we are not liable for any of the debts and obligations of the said Tai Fook Co. TAI FOOK LIN HOP CO. Honolulu. Mav 23. 189. 122-a NOTICE. T HAVE THIS DAY APPOINTED William F. Allen to act for me under full power of attorney. YVM. C. PARKE. Honolulu, May 21. 18S9. 121 1272-1 m NOTICE. LL TARTIES WHO ARE INDEBTED to the firm of Egan fc Co., 75 and 77 Fort Street, are requested to make an im mediate settlement. Legal actions will be taken on all accounts winch remain unpaid May 1. 1889. .S'j-tf NOTICE. S HEREBY GIVEN' THAT THE power of attorney held by Man Chip is this day revoked. WING ON WO A- CO. Honolulu, May 18. iss. 118. ;t IF YOU WANT ALL THE NEWS read the Daily P. C. Advertiser. StardxsMttius. 0YM r ROYAL PSSo-.S Jl J llli 111 )J U v U ZJ V Absolutely Pure. for quick raising, the Koyal ftafctng Powder is superior to all other leavening agents. It is ab solutely pure and wholesome and of the highest leavening power. It is always uniform in strength and quality and never fails to make light, sweet, most palatable and nutritive food. Bread, biscuits, muffins, cake, etc., raised with Koyal Baking Powder may be eaten hot without distressing results to the most delicate digestive organs. It will keep in any climate without deterioration. Prof. U. A. Mott, TJ. S. Government Chemist, after examining officially the principal baking powders of the country, reported: "The Koval Baking Powder is absolutely pure, for I have so found It in many tests made both for that company and the United States Govern ment. "Because of the facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent upon the proper proportions of the same, and the method of its preparation, the Royal Baking Powder is un doubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. "Da. HENRY A. MOTT, Ph. D.," 51221-ly D. S. Government Chemist. NOTICE. A LL PERSONS ARE FORBIDDEN TO A trespass or wash clothes or to allow any cattle to dirty the artesian water on the land of K'apakea, Waikiki uka, and all parties found on the lands after 8 o'clock at night will be prosecuted to the full ex tent of the law. FOOK SING WAI CO. Honolulu, April 29, 1889. lU2-lm NOTICE. f HAVE THIS DAY MADE AND constituted Joseph O. Carter, of Hono lulu, my lawful attorney, hereby revoking all powers of attorney previously given. CHARLES B. MAKEE. Waihee, Maui, May 4, 1889. lOS-lni NOTICE. MR. H. W. SCHMIDT II AS RETIRED as a partner from our firm. II. HACKFELD & CO. Honolulu, Mav 13, issn. il4-t 1271-4t J. ALFRED MAG00N, Attorney and Counselor at Law and Notary Public. Office 42 Merchant Street, Honolulu, ILL m-lm ) 'LARIMER K. WILDER, . 4-FX , -r- Office Honolulu Hale, Merchant Street. 77 12(-1 y ANDERSON & LUNDY, Dentists. ARTIFICIAL TEETH from one to an entire set in serted oh gold, silver, allum- mum 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 Gas. & Hotel street, Tregloan premises. 55-1 v Manhattan Life INSURANCE CO. Of New York. Established 1850. This old Company now offers to the In suring Public its new Survivorship Dividend Plan Which affords all the advantages of Life Insurance during the earlier years of life, and at the same time makes a provision for old age, as the Policy-holder can sur render his Policy at the end of the Sur vivorship Dividend Period and receive its Fi ll Value in Cash thus combin ing Investment and Protection. gjGT" Any information cheerfully fur nished. JOHN II. PATY, Agent. 26 125G Iiig G has given univer sal sanfact!on la tbe cure of fioiiorrbu? and (Utet. I prescribe Itaod. eel safe in recoiumend Ing it to all sufferers. Cmrtm f s I Id & DATS ifOarantd mot w mom suiewm. vra.BiT tyti Itriaj Citalol A.J. ST05F.R. B.D., Daeatur, III. 1'RICE. 81.00. Sold by Druggists. CKAO. HKNSOX, SMITH X- CO., A pent 3. 01 12Gl-ly rpiIE ADVERTISER IS THE I leading daily papr of the Kingdona dcerti$rmttits. FOR SALE. Si The Lareje Estate lil Known as KAIIUKU, KAU Island of Hawaii. Contains 184,000 Acres. Apply to J. O. CARTE II. 72 12i3-tf For JSale ! 23 Four Lots, 50x147 Feet, ON BERETANIA ST., Next to the residence of 11. Bradley. Also, 4 Lots, 50x147 ft., Situate on Youn street. Artesian water on the premises. &-For full particulars apply to P. DAYTON. 01 Kin St.. upstairs. llG-2w JiMJSS CAETY Cau ba found next door to the P. C. A. Offlce, Merchant Street. Hacks Nos. 18, 37, GG, 75, 180 AND WAGONETTE HO. tdT Uell Telephone 'iOA, Mutual M0. A)3tf Received per S. S. Umatilla A Full Line of Spalding's Baseball Goods KO-lm MRS. TIIOS. LACK, Fort St. WONG S-A.I, sunufactcrkr cf Wool, Calico and Linen Shirts, Queen St., next door to E. B. Thomas'. 82-3111 CUR. GERTZ, Importer and Dealer in Gents', Ladles' and Children's Ioots, Shoes and blippers No. 0 Fort St., Honolulu. 78-ly Firewood For Sale! 38 per Cord, AT C11R. GERTZ' S 20-1 m SO FORT STREET. HONOLULU MARKET. (Successor to Wm. McCandlees.) No. 6 Qnreu Street, Flti Market, IIo- Choicest Beef, Mutton, Pork, Fish VEGETABLES, ETC., Always Kept on Hand. Family and Shipping orders Carefully Attended to. Live Stock Furnished to Vessel3 at short notice. TnlpphoTiRs ISTo. 212 MURRAY & LANMAN'S FLORIDA WATER The Universal Perfume For the Toilet, the Bath and the Handkerchief. In view of the attempts maiie recently by some unvjrupulous dealers, to foit upon the public a worthless imitation, bearing th general outward appearance of the genuine, we call attention to the distinguishing marks of the genuine Mckray &. .La.nma.n , FLORIDA WATER. F.ach bottle of the fenuinf article bers on its neck the Trade Mark, which appears alongsid this notice; and on each leaf of the pamphlet, which is wrapped around it. appears in faint water majk letters the words LANMAN & KEMP, KtW YORK. If elthrrbe lacltinK reject the article a 6iuriou. DOWNING & SCHMIDT Wholesale Agentt an Franc!oo, Cat. r,' i . l- r- 119 2-ly RrtllREsTO, Til Only mat will cure OB. PllRCE'8 EutTc TRrMia tue wor ,d j.Ull)llwts Ires. 111 H btitistctnts. SUMMEE " DilESS GOODS 'AND Are now being Popular Millinery House 104 Fort St., N. S SACHS, Tkm-.. : : ; : HONOLULU, II. I. FANCY PIG UK E and SOLID COLOR SATINES In all the new shades; NEW FANCY FIGURED CHAMBKYS, in light blue, pink, slate, and navy blue, fast colors ; FANCY FLAIL) and STH1FEI SCOTCH GINGHAMS in entirely new patterns and extra tine quality ; NEW ENGLISH and AMERICAN CAMBRICS; a new assortment of BATISTES, CKINKLES CIIA1LLKS A tim- assortment of NEW STl!in:l AMl'.HICAN (ilNlill.VMS; Somelliing new COI.OHKD STKIfKl) .iiul r.I.OCKl.D WH1TK liOODs. LOOK AT OUR WHITE GOODS VICTORIA L.WYN, INDIA LINEN, RISHOF LAWN, WHITE P. K., BATLSTi:. PERSIAN LAWN, CONFECTION. NANSOOK in cream and white. FLOWERED and DOTTED SWISS in white and ecru. A fine, assortment of NUNS' VEILINGS in all colors; ALlOTROSS in gold colors and fanev stries; ALL WOOL RERGF; in the new idiadea. Prices Guaranteed to be the Lowest in the Kingdom ! HALL'S SAFE & LOCK Co. FIRE AND RURGLAR PROOF Plantation, Jeweler's & House Safes Of Every Description. Vault Front and Doors. Extraordinary Tire Tests. Trt,.Rn, Cal., August 19, 18S. Hall's Savk & Lock Co: Gents Doubtless you are acquainted with the facts of the recent tire which com pletely destroyed the business portion of our town. We wish you could see the Sate we iust bought of you. It was opened with diiliculty. because the outer sheets of both doors were badly warped, and the bolts would not turn, but the combination is in perfect order, and by using a wrench we opened the bolts by the Combination. The inside doors, and cabinet work, and everything inside is m perlect order. It is a pleasure to see the admiration ex- pressed bv everyone at seeing it in such good order. We think every other Safe in town was scorched inside, though all the Hall Safes are in good condition. We are satisfied it would be to your interest to send a salesman down at oiice, as nothing but a Hall Sate will sell now. The outer doors of ours must be repaired, and our Safe is aerain new. The old one wnV?! we sold stood it as well as before, I and better' traniiTriTniieworiT-sr fCThis , was the third lire it has passed through)!" gj& ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED. 11G 1271-lm -:- JOHN WIELAjNtD'S -:- HI? o- Philadelphia -o- DODD & For the Hawaiian Islands. lOS-tf The Weekly Gay.ette and Are the liet Advertising - exhibited at the Would be pleased to see or hear from you. Yours trulv, A. T. Cotton. The above was a Hall's No. a. Double Door Safe, and was burned in the great lire which destroyed the whole business portion of the town of Tulare on the night uf August It;. 18SC. As stated in the above letter, all the Hall Safes in the fire, (and there were many of them,) preserved their contents in good condition, ana the same can be said of every tire that has occurred in California or elsewhere. Iturning of the Hamilton Ituilrilng. PiTTsiU KCi, August 20, 1SS7. Hall's Safe it Lock Co., Cincinnati, O. (iKNTi.EMEN In the recent great tire, which consumed the Hamilton liuilding of this citv. we had ia our olbce one-tjf your j No. Hi Safes, containing our books anu-ac- counts ana many vaiuauie papers, con tracts, deeds, etc. The Safe fell from the si-rth floor with doors down. It lay in the ru ns live days and took eight botirs to dig jut. In order to get into it, the back had .o le cut out and to our great satisfaction we found the contents in terfkct order, being uninjured either by lire or water. The contents were in better shape than ' it of any other in the building. Please vise what similar Safe will cost f.o.b. 7ritt"bnfg KirS v '- . 1K- UEPAETMENT T. H. HOBllON, 66 Tort Street, Honolulu. Agent for the Hawaiian Islands. COMPANY! Lager Beer MILLER, Daily P. C. Advertiser ledlums In ths lngiloiu. X r " i& ; coat S1 , I.UI ..I..H. f 1 T i - - a, w mtw""