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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1889. PRICE 5 CENTS. ,0L- 1 iusincss O'ards. 'Bminm awards. - itt v AN ANCIENT SALEM INDUSTRY. I eccial Advertiser 5 re jomiBg Extept Sundays, ifi Merchant St. At .! one year. u. six tns s per iuuu.u fiAZEXTE, one year ..... 5 00 .j'UAZ foreig" Un- v vv fP08tge ..ui: HAWAIIAN ttAZETriS w . 46 Mercha t at., Honolulu, H. I. Wis! riis. LEWEKS & COOKE, to Uvea i Dickson) ui (isci of buiidiuK Material. pjBBfl.HDOOlala. it: U I. ffATERHOUSE, importer ud Dealer in ggii, MECiIANDISE hJl Qtteen Strett, Honolulu, ltf i HACKFELD & GU, I 1 . . r . .furLtQueeu Sts., Honolulu. ltf BEAVEii saloon, ll, Opposite Wilder A Co.'s, H.J. M)LTE, PBOPKIETOR. i Lunches Served with Tea, Coffee, net Wittr, Lunger Ale or Milk. From 3 a. m. till 10 p. m. in' Requisites a Specialty. ltf 5ERMANIA MARKET. mm, . . . PROPRIETOR, firt Street, Honolala. MUTTON AND VEAL. Sausage, Pork, Etc. loatand. Shipping served on short ltf p IRON WORKS CO., team Engines, r Mills, Coolers, Ilruss 1 Lead t as ting, jjwy of every description made to Hobwork executed on the shortest XXI P ROYAL SALOON, Nno and aterchant Streets ttitt the Management of H.P, Wolter, Irla9 0n arau8nt at lljlSee r.-ei ltf fONG SAI, Xmicnixn of Calic and Linen Shirts, xtdoor toE. B. Thomas'. fee p & Redward, ft tors&Builder s i attended to, STREET. 211 tf - Bo 23. uiuzmg Co. 'er8ofand Dealers in leIVnt !lrttedandm-ed, u::C00 Manner. 'U01.- t I w ""itt, I, w.3mil FILTER PRESSES. PAAtHAc Plantation, ) Hawaii, March 9, 1888. j Riadon Iron and Locomotive Works, San Fran cisco. Geutlemen We have nsed tvro of your 30 chtinbered Filter Presses this season. They are convenient, easily handled and are working entirely to our satisfaction. 1 can recommend no improvement on them. Very respectfully yours. (signed) A. Moobe, Manager Paauhau Plantation, These Presses are made extra heavy for high pressures, occupies a floor space of llx 4 ft., and presents a filtering surface of 240 square feet. A limited number iu stock in Honolulu and are sold at very low prices. Itisdou Irou & Loco. Works, San Francisco. For particulars enquire cf JOHN DYER Honolulu Room N . 3 Spreckels' Block: 82 1234 W. G. IRWIN & Co., Agents. The Liverpool and Lon don and Globe INSURANCE CO ESTABLISHED 1836. Assets 4O.0 10,000 Net Income !,0"J,000 Claims i'aid 1 12.59,000 Takes Risks against Loss or Damage by Fire on buildings, Machinery, Sugar Mills, Dwellings and Furniture, on the most favorable terms. 33ish.op tfc Co. 1168-ein l-6m SUN FIRE OFFICE, OF LONDON. Established 1710. Insurance effected upon every description of property at currei. rates of premium. Total Sum Insured in 1885 327,333,700 Claims arranged by the Local Agents, and paid with promptitude and liberality. The jurisdic tion of the Local Tribunals recognized. G. W. Macfarlane & Co. lm Agents for Hawaiian Islands. C. BREWER & COMPANY, (Limited). GENERAL MERCANTILE AND COMMISSION AGENTS. LIST OF OFFICERS: P. C. Jones. Jr President and Manager J. O. Carter. Treasurer and Secretary Hon. W. F. Allen Auditor DIRECTORS: Hon. C. R. Bishop. Hon. H. Waterhouse LOVE'S BAKERY No, 73 Nnuanu Street. MRS. ROBT. LOVE, - - - Proprietress. Every Description of Plain and Fancy Bread and Crackers, F RES H Soda Crackers AND Saloon Bread Always on Hand. MILK BREAD A SPECIALTY. (aland Orders Promptly Attended to. 172-3m WING- WO CHAN & CO. NUUANU STREET, Have Just Received by Late Arrivals A large and well assorted Stock of IVOEY WARE, Comprising Card Boxes, Paper Cutters and Jewelry Boxes. Also a Complete Stock of Dress Silks and Crepes All colors and patterns. A New Lot of Elegant PORCELAIN and BRONZE VASES. Also, all varieties and qualities of Silk Handkerchiefs. Silk & Cotton Bathing Kobe EsThis Stock is well worth an in spection, the Goods having just been re ceived per Stmr. Umatilla. 155-ly F YOTJ WANT ALL THE NEWS read the Daily P. O. Advbjbtisbb. Australian Mail Service FOR SAN FRANCISCO, fh new and fine Al steel steamship MARIPOSA" Of tlio Oceanic Steamship Company, will be due at Honolulu from .Sydney and Auckland on or about July 27, 1889, And will leave for the abtve port with mails and passengers on or about that date. For freight or passage, having SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION'S, apply to Wm. (j. Irwin & Co., AOENT8. For Sydne) and Auckland. l'he slew and tine Al steel steamship c t ALAMEDA 35 Oi the Oceanic Steamship Company . w ill be due at Honolulu from Stu Francisco or or about Aug. 3, 1889. And will nave prompt dl3patcn with mails an aasengers for the above ports. For freight or passage, having SUPERIOR AC COMMODA'ITON'S, apply to Wm. (j. Irwin & Co., AGENTS Claus preckeis Wm. Q. Irwin. CLAUS SfiiECKELS & CO. -BANKERS. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Draw Exchange on the principal parts o the world. Will receive deposits on open account, 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. 17oc3tf NTERPEIS PLANING MILL, ALAKEA, NEAR QUEEN STREET. 174 Telephone 65. REMOVAL ! THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Have moved their Factory to Colburn's Fire -proof Building, KING- STREET, Near Maunakea Street. 103-lm THEO. P. SEVERIN Photographer, Has taken the Studio formerly occupied by A. A. Montano, corner of KING and FOST BTS., and is prepared to take IPictcires in any Stvle 2T Piinting done for Amateurs. !X Cabinets $6 a doz. Work guaranteed. Entrance on Fort Street. 173-tf PIONEER Stan (My Factory AND BAKE II Y . F. HORTST. Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Bake Rich and Deliciou Ice Cream made by Steam. 71 Hotel Street. TILfEi TABLE OF THX THROUGH STEAMERS OF THE OCEANIC S. S. COMPANY. Due at Honolala from San Francisco, on or about. Zealandia July 6 Alameda August 3 Mariposa August 31 Zealandia September 28 Alameda October 26 Mariposa November 23 Zealandia December 21 Leave Honolulu for San Francisco, on or about. Mariposa July 27 Zealandia August 24 Alameda September 21 Mariposa October 19 Zealandia November 16 Alameda December 14 TIME TABLE OF INTERMEDIATE STEAMERS Umatilia and Australia Leave San Francisco for Honolulu at 12 o'clock noon, on Friday July 19 Friday August 16 Friday September 13 Fridav 11 Leave Honolulu for San Francisco at 12 o'clock noon, on Friday July 5 Friday Antrnst 2 Friday August 30 Friday September 27 Fridav October 25 Wernstnettts. GARDNER K. WILDER, -A-ttorney at-Law, Office Honolulu Hale, Merchant Street. 77 1264-ly J. ALFRED MAGOON, Attorney and Counselor at Law and Notary Public. Office 42 Merchant Street, Honolulu, H.I. 121-lm CUR. GERTZ, Importer and Dealer in Gents', Ladles' and Children's Boots, Siloes and Slippers No. 80 Port St., Honolulu. 78-ly CALL FOR DIAMOND CREAMERY BUTTER In lib., 21b., 31b, and 71b. Tins.. Finest Article for "Warm Climates. S. FOSTER & Co. Wholesale Grocers, SOLE AGENTS. 26 and 28 California St., San Francisco. feb21.89 45-ly HONOLULU MARKET. (Successor to 'Wm. McCandless.) No. 6 Qneen Street, Fish Market, Ho nolulu, H. 1. 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 No. 212 S. N. CA&TLE. j. b atherton. g. p. castle. W. A. BO WEN. EDW. D. TEVNEY. CASTLE & COOKE, Shipping and Commission Merchants, -IMPORTERS AND General Merchandise. -ALSO, AGENTS FOR- Grove Ranch Plantation, R. Halstead's Plantation. A. H. Smith & Co., Koloa, Kanai, G. F. Blake's Steam Pumps. Union Fire and Marine Insurance Co., of San Francisco. Etna Fire Insurance Co, of Hartford. The New England Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Boston. D. Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines. The New York and Honolulu Packet Line The Merchants' Line. Honolulu and San Francisco. Dr. Jayne & Sons Celebrated Medicines. Wilcox & Gibbs, Remington and Wheeler & Wilson HEWING MACHINES. tf B. P. EHLEES & CO.'s Gaaiid Opening o European & American Dry and Jaxiey GroocLs -:ov N. B. On and after May our Dressmaking Rooms. YETH'S LIQUID MALT EXTRACT Contains all L.e nutritive virtues of the best Malt Liquors while it is FREE from all stimulating effects. NOT -A BEVERAGE, The following analysis tiib proportion pared with Alcohol. active English small beer.. 3.2 2.4 94.4 Lager beer (Brooklyn) 2.8 2.8 94.4 Malt extract (Wyeth's) 2.54 15.0 82.46 The Manufacturers, Messrs. Jno. Wyeth & Bro., Phil., have appointed BENSON, SMITH & COMPANY, l-3ra JOHN Stores, Ranges and t Plumbing. Tin, Copper DEALERS IN- j Eohala Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co.. Paia Plantation, Papaikou Sugar Co. Pacific Hardware Co,, L'd Honolulu, SpeCipiaerStCel HOES ! New Styles ot Plows, Invoices Just at Hand. FULL LINES OF Agrfeflltara1 Implants NEW :-: GOODS ! Ex Jno. D. Brewer, Umatilla, W. H. Diniond, Alex. McNeill and G. N. Wilcox. Correspondence will receive prompt and careful attention. 1261 57-v 15th, MISS CLARK will have charge of 1-tf 01 in the Malt Extract as Com Malt Liquors: SOLE AGENTS FOR THE HAW'N ISLANDS. NOT T, Housekeeping Goods. and Sheet Iron Work fhe Process of .Hunting Hides lnt Leather Operations In Detail. Years ago tanning was done in tan yards not under cover, so that the me a were exposed to the weather, however in clement. Now, rough wooden sheds are erected over tan vats. The time required to make leather out of raw hides is from four to six months. The hides come to Salem by rail, and now spur tracks take them to the very door of the tannery. Some hides from China, which your cor respondent saw in one shop, were done up in bundles of 120, each weighing about IS pounds, making a bundle of 1,440 pounds. These hides measure fourteen or fifteen feet, while an ordinary American hide covers an area of seventeen or eighteen feet. They were dried and pressed Into bundles and bound with ropes before shipment. These hides are first put Into a soak of clear sea water, and remain six or seven days, when they are taken out and put into the lime vats filled with lime water. There they remain from six to ten days. They are then taken out and unhaired and green shaven, the hairs be ing scraped off on one side and an parti cles of flesh removed from the other side. The next course is to put the hides into the drenches and then mill them to soften them. After being thoroughly rinsed in clean water, they are "put into the bark," that is, put into a vat where there is a strong liquor made from bark, with ground bark sprinkled between each layer. Sixteen days here fit them to be be brought out and laid away for 30 days, after which they are split, shaved and flattened. To split a hide does not mean to split it from one side to the other, but to take off a small piece weighing from one to two pounds, about in the centre. This split is eventually cusried like other le&t&r, and Is used largely-tor backs of shoes. Splitting is done' by machinery, and is a very dangerous I-usiness. Every few weeks the pross records a smashed hand or broken arm from the use of this machine. After spl itting, the hide goes througV the bark liquor once more, re maining Jthis time but a ftvf minutes, when it is again laid away for thirty days, at the end of which time it is put luto the tan vat and remains ten or twelve days. This is the end of the tanning prooess, and when the hides uome out of the bark liquor this time they go into the currying shop. Curring is an entirely distinct business from tanning, and few men who learn one part of the business eyer know anything about the other. The manufacturers mostly run only one business, although now and then a man tans and finishes leather both. In the large majority of oases, one Arm takes the hides into its yards and tans them, and another firm takes them and curries them into leather. Not all tanners and curriers own the hides which they put Into leather. Very frequently they do the work for other par ties. Tanning leather is a very dirty and un savory business, but probably not un healthy, and those who have worked at it a long time say they are not troubled by the smells. But this seems almost in credible to one who goes among the vats and beam houses for the first time and sniffs the odors from the old hides, the fumes from the tan vats and lime holes and the general waste and decay. Salem (Mass.) Cor. Boston Herald. Editor Childs' Stables. "A merciful man is merciful to his beasts." Mr. Childs is a merciful man. That goes without saying, but I will say it nevertheless. His stable is large, fine and fitted with every comfort for horse and convenience for attendants. It has none of the brass-mounted frippery or nonsense that made me think, when I vis ited Frank Worth's equine palace in New York, that there ought to be a law to pre vent men wasting money in such a man ner. Mr. Childs' stable is not only com fortable and convenient, hut it is also architecturally beautiful and in harmony with the house of which it is so necessary an adjunct. The stable for his Jersey cows is plain, but fitted with every comfort de sirable for the beautiful animals. What a blessing it would be if all dairymen were to have their kine as clean and as well kept as hi3 is. There is plenty of running water at Wootton. A little creek is being trainen at present to run with multifarious water falls. Its water is utilized in many ways and cools the milk in the most perfect spring house I ever saw. The trough in which the water runs around the milk vessels is of white glazed tile and tho water flows through it as clear as crystal. The interior of the building itself is of white flint and I never saw anything cleaner or sweeter looking. Cor. Phila delphia News. He Found His Heart. MI remember," said an old physi cian, "a man who in the forty or fifty years of his hard-working but prosperous life had never given place to a tender senti ment. Children had come to him and gone, and his eyes had never been wet with a man's tears, but when four of his group of stalwart boys went away to the army that man found his heart. When these boys in their make-believe indifference and their affectation of jollity came to shake the old man's hand they were sur prised to see tears running down his cheeks, and in many a trying ordeal they remembered that old man's face. From that day he grew in tact and tenderness, and lived in his declining years the emo tional life that should have come to him as a boy and young man. The whole country grew wonderfully during the war. I do not mean in prosperity, but in emotional feeling. "- Inter Ocean "Curbstone Cray ons." The 1 Smart 'pupIL (Boston Journal. It was one of the good little boys from a Sunday-school near Boston who gave this interpretation to a verse taught by his teacher: "Behold, a greater than Solomon is here!" "Hold a grater to Solomon s earl" When at a loss to give the answer "Cain" to a question relative to that individual, the teacher, to jog his memory, asked: "What does a man walk with?' Quick as a flash came the reply, "A woman."