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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVEBT1BEK, ' MAKCH 4, 1891.
IXtm Obicxlistmmts. Mbtztistmnis. CHICAGO FAIR IN TROUBLE. sr.. - fives! The undersigned baying been appointed Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands FOR THE CELEBRATED Baldwin Locomotives From the Works of Burnham, Parry, Williams & Co., Philadelphia, Penn., Are now prepared to give estimates and receive orders for these engines, of any size and style. The Baldwin Locomotive Works art now manufacturing a style of Locomo tive particularly adopted For Plantation Purposes, A number of which have recently beei received at these Islands, and p will have pleasure in furnishing Plantation Agents ana Managers with particulars oi same. . The superiority of these Locomotives over ail other makes is not only knowr here but is acknowledged throughout tht- united estates. WM. G. IEWIN & CO., Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands. 79-q City Meat Market JOSEPH TINKEE, Practical Butcher, AND MAKER OF THE Celebrated Cambridge Pork Sausage Made by the very best Machinery and cannot be equalled. His Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal and Pork is of the finest quality. All orders entrusted to his care are de livered wnn cleanness and dispatch within jajdiasifFthree miles of the city. My Cobbed Beef and Pickled Tongues Are a Specialty and need no comment. My Celebrated CAMBRIDGE PORK SAUSAGES Are thft BEST in the Islands. 9 Upwards of half a ton a week sold. Don't forget the address: CITY MEAT . MARKET, . NTJUANU STREET, (Opposite Queen Emma Hall.) N. B. No connection with anv other Market. 125-q FILTER PRESSES. FAAtTHAU PLAXTATIoa, 1 Hawaii. Much 9, 1888. 1 Rlsdon Iron and LocomoUvA Work. Rn Frta- elaco. antlmn W b used, two of your 30 ehMiberd Filter PrBathiai0won. Tbej xa eonTanlent, easily handled and r working ntiraly to oar satisfaction. I ran rwemmend no Improvement on them. Very respectfully yours. (slgnea A. Moobi, Manager Fuiah Plantation Bbkia, Sept. 28. 1889. 3U. torn Dtkb. Agent Bladon Iron Work Cor ol a la. Dbaa 8i: Please ship na one of yoar so Compartment Filter Frfteaea. 240 aquare feet surface, aama ae the one aappUed na laat season, which I am pleased to ay baa glTen ua entir satisfaction. Your trnly, GEO. B. EWART, Manager Heela Atrrlcnltnral Co. Theae Preaaea are made extra heavy foi blgb preaaarea, occuplea a floor space of 111 4 ft., and preaenta a filtering- an rfa.ee of 24C qnara feet. A limited number In atock It Honolulu and axe aold at very low prices. Bladon Iron Loco. Worka. Hen Francisco. For partleulars enquire of JOHN DYER Honolulu Boom No. 9 Spreekala' Block: 79 1344 W. a. IRWIN A Co.. A cent. WING CHONG TAI, Carpenter and Painter Contractor, Builder and Jobber, Furniture and Cabinet Maker, etc. Chinese Employment Office, No. 39 Kins Street. Mutual Telephone 670; Bell Tel. 98-3m y objure In adrer tlsins PIERCE Palanf u a n u r riA ELASTIC X TRUSS,, y Sio that we are I nffurinv tha Ettt W ' .ThU Celebrated Appli- & 1 a -il .1 t . L l Kftlji.l I . . . . Y """ vmmcm or Hapiure: this it an Kleetrto Trnae (the only successful ona'ttv vr nnuted: baa Be Iron Hoops or MteeKX ' Spring about It, arid b-ingltlr. n be worn ntta m and comfort Nlihtand Mirny. It a per rrrt rlmlner 1 ef-fcor farther partionlara o LrJ, "n,l c. In atatnpa for Pamphl-tJIo.l ant U C M t M D C D that Dr. Pierce's Oen u I ne Elect ri I L III LI11D LU Trusses oonuin our Private ftlr r eiaotly like tha shown at tot of tbc taaJvertlaement. Beware of inferior imitation. augnm ; MAGNETIC ttASTJC TRUSS COMPANY, aeraaeeite ft.taua VreMacaeeW Cevl Baldwin Locorao tm e If ykrr S N READ THIS! dUST RECEIVED ud FOR SALE CHEAP Galvanized Ridging, Galv. Screws and Lead Washers, Plain Galvanized Iron, Sheet Lead, Sheet Zinc, Boxes of Tin, Galvanized WATER PIPING, , 1. IK and 2 inch ; Pipe Fittings, HAIR FELTING and Asbestos Sponge, for covering steam pipes ; Rubber Packing, all kinds : BLACK FENCE WIRE, Galvanized Fence Wire, Galvanized and Copper Telephone Wire, Genuine Bell Telephones, Electric House Bells, and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES! lJ30"Electric Light Plaxts of any size and description furnished and in- Stalled. SHIP CHANDLERY: Bbls. Coal Tar, Bbls. Stockholm Tar, Bbls. Pitch, Asphaltum ; Blocks, in great variety ; Manila Rope, to 7 inch ; Iron and Steel Wire Rope, Iron Seizing, assorted ; Yellow Metal Sheathing, 14 oz. to 26 oz Oakum, Oars, all sizes ; Patent Logs, Nautical Almanacs, Bunting, assorted colors ; American and Hawaiian FLAGS. A great variety of SHIP HARDWARE of latest designs. NO OLD STOCK ! Also, constantly on hand, a full stock oi SHELF HARDWARE, Tools of all kinds, Agricultural Implements, KEROSENE OIL, of good quality ; SPERM, and all other LUBRICATING OILS; Boston Card Matches, Rubber Hose, assorted ; ALCOHOL of hieh test for mechani cal and medicinal purposes, just received aLa!T All of the above fob sale bt E. 0. HALL & SON Cor. Fort and King Streets 1362 2684-lm WE ARE NOW SHOWING at oua MUSIC DEPARTMENT PtS 6 fcrrJ Six (New Styles) FISCHER and SCHTJRBER1 (New York Make) PIANOS ! Just received direct from the Factory. We will sell them at Prices that defy com petition, on Easy Monthly Installments! y-Call early and get first choice. Also a new ime oi Plush Piano Scarfs and Piano Stools. the Hawaiian news co. 79-q W. R. SALTER, WATC H MAKER King: Street, next Geo. Lincoln'. Cheapest and best p'ace to get your Watch it . - -i manner. Repairs to Musical Instruments; Fine Mechanical Work; Electroplating and Gilding. CC All work warranted for twelve months. 154-lm &UiN NAM SING, No. 109 Nuuanu Street; Begs to call the attention of the public to their large and well selected btock of Japanese Goods, Suitable for this market, which will tw 40ld at lowest prices. 49-ly ANDERSON & LUNDY, Dentists. ARTIFICIAL TEETH from one to an entire set in serted on gold, silver, allum- inum ana rubber bases. Orown and bridge work a specialty. To persons wearing rubber plates which are s constant source of irritation to the mouth and throat, we would recommend our Prophylactic Metal Plate. AH oper ations performed in accordance with the latest Improvements In dental science. Teeth extracted without pain by the use of Nitrons Oxide Gm. Hotel street, Tregloan prem ,l31q . G. hi & C (LIMITED), OFFER FOR SALE Lime and Cement, PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S Compounds and Eoofing BHD'S PATENT Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes. FERTILIZERS: Wool Dust. Bone 3Vleal, Fish G-uarxo ALSO BUCK Ac OHLAXDT'S kl Grade Chemical Cane Manure GKASS SEEDS: Cocksfoot, Eye Grass and Clovers. REFINED SUGARS, Falrbank Canning Co.'s Corned Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins. SALMON IN BARRELS, 131-q 3STE"W GOODS A Fine Assortment. We have just received per S. S. Australia a nne selection ot ISew Goods, comprising, one elegant Hand-painted Porcelain DinnerSetf A few of those fine hand-embroidered 8ILK and SATIN SCREENS, EBONY FTLAJVIKS, Assorted colors and patterns of Crept Dua onawis. iwegani rete-a te Cups and Saucers. A fine lot of Manila (Jigars and Cheroots 100 in a Box. 8carf Pins in great variety, Lily Bulbs. A few of those handy Mosquito Urns Also, an assortment of new styles of. Rattan Chairs and Tables Also, a small selection of JAPANESE 'Call earlv and examinA fhia fin assortment of New Goods. WING W0 CHAN & CO. No. SS Nuuanu Street. 79-q LOVE'S BAKERY. Mo. 7S Konann Street. MBS. HOST. LOYZ, ... Proprietrai vary Description or Plain and fncy Bread and Crackers T BIB H Soda Crackers Saloon Bread Alwajb on Hand. MILK BREAD A SPECIALTY. CalanU Order Promptly Attended t 79-q THERISDON Iron and Locomotive Works, Corner of Baal and Howard 8treeta, San Framclaeo California W. H. TATLOB President a. 8. HOOBK Bnpertntenden Builders of Steam Machinery In all Its branches. Steamboat, Steamahip. Land Engines a Boilers High Pressure or Compound. 3TKAM VES8KL8 of all kinds built completi Wltb bulls ot wood, Iron or composite. ORDINARY E NOISES compounded when ad visable. dTEAM LAUNCHE8, BargM and Steam Tugs eon atrncted with reference to the trade in whiol they are to b employed. Speed, tonnaga an?- araiioi wiwr guaranteea. 4UGAR MILLH and 8nar Making Macblnen made after ttie most approved plans. Also, a) uoiter ix uu rrora connected merewitn. WATER PIPE, of Boiler oi 4heet Iron, of an-, slse, made in suitable lengths for connecting totetber, or Sheets rolled, punched and packet for shipment, ready to be riveted on tht ground. HYDRAULIC RIVETING, Boiler Work and Wate; Pipes made by this establishment, riveted b: hydraulic riveting machinery, that quality o work betni; far superior to band work. . SHIP WORE., Ship and Steam Capstans, 8tean Winches, Air and Circulating Pumps, madt after the most approved plans. BOLE Agent and manufacturers for the Paolfl. uoaai oi we iieine Baiety Boiler. PCMP8 Direct Acting Pumps for irrigation o Davy Valve HoUon, superior to any otbei pump. JOHN DTKB Honolnlc 18m Boom N6. 3. opatalrs.Spreckels Blocl .Red ward & Howell, Contractors & Builders Brick, Stone and Wooden Building Zstlmatea Qlvsn. Jobbing- Prom p tlx Attended to, 76 KING 8TKEET. UM Ttl.pbobt Ho 115-3uiy ompany It begins to look as if the Colum bian Fair at Chicago might have to be abandoned, owing to a strike on the part of laborers. The follow ing is from the Alta of February 15th: " The situation at Chicago is such as to warrant the gravest reflec tions. The capital and credit have been secured, after much exertion, to make certain the needed pre paration for the Columbian Fair. Much concession and compromise have been required to accomplish this, and at last ground was broken and the work began. Then appear ed the local labor unions, declaring that no work shall be done except on their terms, and that the Direc tors shall not look elsewhere than in Chicago for the labor needed. The first squad of men put at work . I i i rt ou ice grounds were driven on with clubs, and the first carpenters who went to erect some temporary tool houses, were ordered off, and had to go or be mobbed. The Fair is held to celebrate the discovery of a new world by an Italian; but the first workmen clubbed off the grounds were his countrymen. If Columbus himself should materialize he would be knocked down for manipulating a spade and shovel on the Columbian Fair grounds. Those who have hoped and hoped for a betterment in the labor situation seem doomed to disappointment. Every year it grows worse; every year the peace and order of the land are more dis turbed by the evidences that there is not work enough in the country for those who need work. The threats made in Chicago, if carried out, will end in a bloody straggle which will be a nauseating com mentary upon the lesson intended to be taught by the Fair. It is something for American statesmen to think of. that at Yienna. Paris and 3Ielbourne,expositions equaling wnat tnis is expected to be were prepared for and held without such disorders as are now rife at Chicago. Is it because the classes tnat are incapable of self-restraint nave iorsaxen tnoso countries and become domesticated here? " Jitaasfliwus. , Notice ot Election. AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Ewa Plantation Co., held this day, the luuuwiug uuicers were eieieea ior toe ensu ing year: C.M.Cooke President J. B. Castle Vice-President E. D. Tenney (Secretary J. B. Atherton Treasurer J. H.Paty Auditor The above-named officers also constitute tne .Board of Directors. E. D. TENNEY, Secretary E. P. Co. Honolulu, Jan. 31, 1891 2078 1300-lni Election of Officers. T1HE FOLLOWING PERSONS WERE A. elected as officers and directors of C. Brewer & Co.. IAi ting of the Company held this cay, ior the cur- iciu year; P. C. Jones President and Manager J. O. Carter. ..Treasurer and Secretary W. F. Allen Auditor Hon. C. R. Bishop, Hon.H. Waterhouse anu o. kj. .alien, directors. J. O. CARTER, Secretary C. Brewer & Co., L'd. Honolulu, Feb. 4, 1891. 2681-lm NOTICE. FROM AND AFTER this date we will not be responsible for anv frpitrht: after coma haw beeu iauuett. Parties to whom freight is consignea must be at the landing to receive WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO. Honolulu. Sept. 5. 1890. 112-q A. J. SOHBEIBEB, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER and JEWELER, Hotel St., - - - Under the Arlington. Moderate Prices I 120-q New Model Lunch Rooms! BETHEL, STREET, (Next door to the Postoffice), Open Niht ! Give it a trial. -5 38m The Enterprise ifcick Co. HAS BEEN RE-ORGANIZED and has removed to Carnage Stand No. 13. ounosite the Po- iue ciaiion. 1 eiepnone orders will receive prompt attention and the public guaran teed satisfaction. Wagonetu furnished at a iew minute s notice. IWBellTel. 113; Mutual Tel. 630. WALLACE JACKSON, 150-lm Manager. Pianos For Kent. PIANOS IN GOOD ORDEK from ti.00 to $7.00 ner month. I MUSIC DEPARTMENT O THE HAWAIIAN KF.WR CO VP A NY. 79 B15 hRstriv'' uti:ei 51 satisfaction :n ib enre of Gonorrhop and AZ-vir Co.tj la 1 TO S CI mm Strtotufc , Uh et. I prescribe it and feel &! e In recommend lot It to all sufferers. A.J. ST0XEB, I.D Oeeatar, III. PRICE. 1. 00. Sold b Draftflsu. H0LLI8TEB & Co., Wholesale Agents. Besboh, Smith A Co.. Wholesale Aaenta' 61-13131y IT ' W H t3 Mraralr by tfc CtadnaMfjrS ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL PETEH HIGH: - OProp. Office and Mi ? I on A lakea near Qneen Street. Doors, Sash, Bids, Screens, Frames,1 Etc., Etc. MOULDINGS-Turned and Sawed Work. ' Having secured the services of Mb. C. B. Biflbt, Architect and BoildiDg Superintendent, 1 am now prepared to furnish Designs for every description of Building, and will Superintend the Construction of the same. "Please call and examine designs C7"Prompt attention to all orders. . ;j . .153-q GEO. W. LINCOLN, BUILDEJR and CONTEAOTOE J"V Is prepared to furnish Plans and Specifications for, and Construct all Em I I kinds of Buildings, either Brick, Stone, Iron or Wood, in a satisfactory uiauuci 'Beinor a, Practical Architect an1 SruuiiflAatiAna and PA.eAn.lltf Q.. Thankful to all who have entrusted their work to roe heretofore, I hope to merit a continuance of their patronage, by giving the same my personal supervis ion and employing competent assistants, thereby enabling me to guarantee satis faction. 567"ALL KINDS OF JOBBING and REPAIRING promptly attended to. Offices and Stores Fitted up with neatness and dispatch. Bell Telephone 275. WAIALAE BEEEDIM EANCH 3?edirrees of all BREEDING DEPARTMENT The following Fine Animals will stand for Service at the Ranch, YVaialae: Well-bred Stallion "MARIN." Norman Stallion C.AJPT.A.IN" GROWL." Thoroughbred Stl. "MIDNIGrllT." Two Native Stallions PILIAOAO" and " FRANK." A. "Well-bred Kentucky JACK. FATJL E. 1314-ly J. L. tical House and Prac PAPER HANGING A SPECIALTY. No. 130 Fort St., 8651-q CRYSTAL SODA WORKS, HARE & CO., Props. Soli Manufacturers of the SARSAPAEILLA AND IEON WATER! GINGER Sarsaparilla, Lemon, Cream and Plain Soda (Jliampagne Cider, Etc., Etc. gXT ALL AERATED WATERS Mutual 330---TELJS;PHONKS- Bell 298 CO-ISLAND ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ' H. E. Molntyre & Bro. IMPORTERS AKX DKALXB8 IX G-roceries, Provisions and Feed, CORNXB fORT Kw oo4s rseslred by erery paeast from the EmMi-b iiaiMUi hu preduw. by ry stumer. AU ordtrs talthfuUy stMBdM u,mi itQoVu d.lTi J?" Cmltler , - 1 77j before placing your orders elsewhere. mvfMlf. T urn nrenaroH tr moka 11 Plana .4 " - - G-. W. LINCOLN, 65 q 75 and 77 Kxso Rtkekt. Horses Kert. j" SALE DEPARTMENT. FOR SALE: JLtallion of "Variona Breeds. RIarea witb or without Foal Horses Tor any Purpose, BREAKING DEPARTMENT A Skilful BREAKER and TRAINER ts employed on the Kanch. Satisfaction is guaranteed in Breaking ana xrsiaiDg xxorses ISENBEEG. fi2-lv MEYER, Decorate Paioter. Honolulu. No. 81 KING- STREET Great Blood Purifier ALE, GUARANTEED PURE. AND KINO STRUTS. . H. BATO & CO. Arrival of Blengfe 141 Days from Liverpool! LARQ iO CARGO OF New Goods Anchors, Chains, Cocoa Mata, Kettles, Sauce Pans, Fry Pans, Bedsteads, Fence Wire, Sheathing Metal, Roofing Iron, Cane Knives, Cutler Sole Leather Trunks, White Lead, Red Lead, Boiled Linseed Oil, Castor Oil, Belting, Goal Tar, Water Tanks, Fire Brick, Red Brick, Alum, Red Ochre, Fire Clay, Bags, Twine, FilterCloth, Soap, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery, Flags, Rope Brushes, Croquet Sets, Dressing Cases, Mirrors, Saddled Bridles, Felts, Whips, Spurs, Blankets, Sheeting, Dry Goods, Merinos. Bhawta, Handkerchiefs, Victoria Lawns, Mosquito Netting, Leggings, Laces, Ribbons, Hats, Helmets, Velvets, Embroidered Dressas. Flannel, Basket Trunks, Picnic Hampers, Rugs, Mats, Carpets, Clothing, Tweeds, Ginghams, Hosiery, Scarfs. Suitings in latest styles, Underwear, Braces, Sofa Pillows. Gloves, Flouncing, Embroidery. Curtains, Table Napkins, Table Cloths, Water-proof Coats, Artificial Flowers. Dust Cloaks, Pajama Suits, Fine Hosiery Silk, Lisle, Cotton, Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Desert Sets, Fancy Crockery,1 Common Crockery, Wedgewood War-, Vases, Wicker Ware, Fancy Chairs, Hammocks, Tables, Baskets. Umbrella Stands, Decanters, Salad Bowls, Mash Seta, Flower Pots, Filters, Etc., Etc., Etc. Tbeo. H. Davies&Co THEO 2 1843 79 qj