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PAIL If PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, MARCH 5, 1891.
.Xi. OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COSl 0CAI AND general TIME TABLE. To Take Effect From January 3, 1891. A furnished cottage for. is advertised v A'kisrsr A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. Leave Honolulu. ..6:15 8:45 1:45 4:30t Arrive nonouliull.7:15 9:49 2:49 5:28t Leave Honoallall.7:45 10:51 3:51 5:50t Arrive Honolulu. .8:40 11:55 4:55 6:45t t Saturdays only. Sundays excepted. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. J as A KK I VAILS. Wednesday, March 4. Makee, .Macaulay, from Ka- Ihe Waialae Ranch ha3 firewood for sale. A good family horse is offered for 71 rfia sale, bee advt. Peruse the letter list elsewhere There may be one for you. Col. M. Thompson the well-known lawyer, died Jb ebrnary 11th at Bas trop, Texas. A meeting of the Hawaiian Rifle Association will be held at the Hote this evening. The Hawaii baseball club meets this afternoon at 5 o'clock at Hon. A. Rosa's office. 53-tf Stmr paa. Strnr C R Bishop, Le Claire, from Koo lau. 'bchr Mille Morris from Koolau. " Christians, Crime and Prohibi tion," by J. M. Horner, will be found on the nrst page. a DKPA1CTUKES. Wednesday, March 4. Stmr James Makee, Macaulay, for Kahului. fcitmr J A Cummins. Neilson, for all ports in Koolau. 6tmr Iwalam, Weir, for Ilonokaa and Kukuihaele. Stmr Kaimiloa.Dabel, for Nawiliwili and Uanamaulu. Schr Mary E Foster for Hanapepe. Haw bk Mauna Ala, Smith, for San Francisco via Mahukona. Schr Waiehu for Kauai. The Hawaiian Band will give concert at the Queen's Hospital this aiternoon at 3 o'clock. Several whaleships were cruising 'off port vesterdav. More vet to arrive from the Coast. VKSSEI.8 LEAVING TO-DAY. Am bk S C Allen, Thompson, for San Francisco. Schr Kawailani for Koolau. Schr Luka for Kohala. Schr Kulamanu for Kohala. HUIPPINU NOTES. The schooner Ka Moi brought 3,300 bags sugar from Hawaii for the steamship Hounslow. She will sail to-morrow for Paauilo. The steamer James Makee arrived Wed nesday morning from Kapaa with 2,375 bags fugar. She left yesterday afternoon for Kahului, Maui. The whaling bark Mars has about 30 barrels of sperm oil on board. The iron barks Fifeshire and Santiago are at Brewer's wharf discharging. Their cargoes thus far are coming out in fine condition. The bark C. O. Whitmore has begun taking in ballast. The coal is nearly all out now. The steamers Kaala and Waialeale are due this morning. The steamer J. A. Cummins brought 1,209 bags sugar from Koolau. The birkentine Discovery will sail to morrow for San Francisco. The British steamship Eton, 1,746 tons register, is expected at this port from Na naimo, British Columbia, about the latter end of this month with coal for the Oceanic steamship Company. She will carry sugar from here to San Francisco. The American bark S. C. Allen, Captain T. Thompson, leaves to-day with over 1,200 tons sugar for San Francisco. She has taken in sugar at the rate of nearly 7,000 bags a day. The berth just vacated by the Mauna Ala will be occupied to-day by another coal ship to discharge. The schooner Mille Morris brought about 400 bags rice from Koolau yesterday for the Australia. The bark Mauna Ala left yesterday for Mahukona, Hawaii. The steamer C. R. Bishop arrived at 9:30 o'clock yesterday evening from a circuit ot this island. She brought 213 bunches ba nanas, 100 bags rice, and 2,740 bags sugar. SAN FRANCISCO SHIPPING NEWS. Corry Jan. 30, Norwegian bark Sabino sailed for Honolulu. ' Liverpool Sailed, Jan. 31st, Ger. ship J. C. Glade for Honolulu. t Geodetic Survey Report. Surveyor General W. D. Alexan der of the Survey Office has laid on our desk a copy of Mr. E. D. Pres ton's report to the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey Depart merit, of the work done by him in 1888, in Determinations of Latitude and Gravity for the Hawaiian Gov ernment. This work was made at the request of this Government, to ascertain by astronomical and geo detic observations our latitude, Masquerade ball at Waikiki to night. Lots of fun for the boys and mris wno will h thfir. Mr. H.C. Lyon took his excur sionists out to inspect the Kameha meha school yesterday. A special term of the Supreme Court will be held Monday, March 30th for the hearing of banco cases only. t The R. M. S. Alameda is adver tised to leave San Francisco to-day for Honolulu en route to the Colo nies. The Nobles of the Kingdom are to meet again next Monday with refer ence to proclaiming the Heir Ar arent. War on Raietea Island. lbe briar Tahiti arrived at ban POPULAR INSTITUTIONS. Honolulu is justly proud of the Francisco, February 20th, from Ta- m,aD.y l"0?83 hat f onr" , ... j -x. i ish in her midst; be they for edaca- hiti and the Marquesas, with news of tional parpose8 for physical devel- another outbreak on the Island of opment, for amusements and recrea- Raietea, one of the Windward group. Hons, or for whatever Dumoses thev Captain W. H. Ferguson 6tated that are organized; all are popular for the French are making a most des- thir own s racial advantages. An perate effort to assert their authority, institution differing somewhat from I !ei?nst t69 u in f"d yu?n cllowP.artners' U nnt.atin.lMQnnnnl... v,y., unniuams, in iaVOr q-'c, uuu tf1"" oi . yj. Alien, doing business as Allen fc one onermg greater auvumages io its many members; one that is not confined to the city limits, but which spreads all over the islands; an in stitution that, as soon as its doors were opened, was besieged by multi tudes anxious to join; and which is daily growiDg more popular with all classes, is the H. F. "Wichman Watch Club. The unbounded success of these clubs in the few months since they sprang into existence, has as tonished even the skeptical into the ll i 11 1L! ueiiei mat mere was bomeimrjg pentersbencbes.lbundleofmouldinR.il worth joining after all. Just the blocks of hardwood, 3 tables. 5 lockers, l putting away of a small part of ""finished table, 1 cabinet maker's ma- vour sDare cash, brings vou. in a n.ne',tVl3' etc,' 3 boxes of Chinese provi- but with little success. Three men of war the Champlain, Veire and Vol- age had been engaged in shelling the liaietea villages for a month be lore the Tahiti sailed, but witn no further effect than to kill a few na tives, destroy their property and make the others more determined and vicious than ever. It is the old story of the natives declining to submit to French Gov ernment. They are willing to admit the protectorate and all the privil eges pertaining thereto, with the one exception of local government. This the Raietea natives reserve to them- Cf5cncral Stttorrtisrmcnts. MARSHAL'S SALE. WKiUfc Or A WRIT OF EXE- cution issued out of the Police Court. on me zist day ot rebruarv A. D. uoDinson, plaintiffs, for the sum of Two iinnared teventeen and 50-100 Dollars ($217.50), I have levied upon and shall expose for sale at the front entrance of Kalakana Hale, in the District ot ilono- I'lin, island oi Uabu, at 12 o clock m. of j 1 ri l KolJ A l , the 2d day of April A. D. iyi, to the highest bidder, all the right, title and interest of the said Lee Ki n and I 0,uon Chow, defendants, in and to the fol lowing property, unless said judgment, interest, costs and my expenses be previ ously jiaiu. List of property for sale: 1 clock. 4 bed steads (white pine). 18 wooden horses, 1 counter, 2 tool cheats with tools, 1 tool rox with tools, 1 grind stone and stand. 2 car- Such E. H01TSCHLAEGER & CO., KIN"G- AND BETHEL 8X8. Offer For Sale, ex Recent -Arrival! SUPERIOR : RHINE : WINES, as Assmannshauser Auslese, Rauentbaler, Rudesbeimer, Hochheimer, Laubenheimer, Nier&teiner, Piedesheimer. CHAMPAGNES of Beni. A Eu2. Terrier. Chalon'a Carte Iilanoh rnrnoo. St. Hilaire, Carte noir et Carte Blanche. FL STOCK BEER GiiarntA1 lh Honninn AriiVla BAVARIAN BEER of the renowned Augustiner Brewery: also, GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS in a Large Variety. ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co. 79 1313-q King and Bethel 8treeu. This mofAins the Roval Hawaiian Band will play into the phonograph. Mr. W. H. Aldrich will manage the wonderful machine. At the regular meeting of the Y. M. C. A. boys to be held this after noon, Mr. J. S. Emerson will talk on " Roughest Hawaii." Mr. H. T. Walker, engineer of the Eepeekeo Sugar Plantation, is in own, having been granted a three months' leave of absence. Accounts against either J. P. Par ker or Samuel Parker, should be presented at the latter's office on or before Saturday, the 7th inst. : The bark Martha Davis is an nounced to sail from Boston for this port on or about June 15th. Messrs. C. Brewer & Co. are the agents. Tuesday, the 17th inst., will be ob served as a public holiday, it being the birthday anniversary of Kame hameha III. It is also St. Patrick's day. The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Representatives of the Honolulu Fire Department will be held this evening at the usual time and place. Yesterday Mr. Aldrich let a native hear the phonograph, and the aston ished look on the latter's face was something that will not be forgotten by those present. The whaling bark Reindeer ar rived off the h arbor on the 3d in stant, and after the captain and his wife landed, she went oil again on a cruise around our waters. An inquest is being held on the fire on Nuuanu street by Deputy Marshal Wilder. The jury, M. Davis, J. Marden and E. H. Wolter meet again at 10 o'clock this morning. The mourning and picture of the late King has been taken down from the front of the Opera House, and which waa supposed to vary 15 6ec. the Palace and Government building from what it was generally given, are being stripped of their mourning. It occupied several months, and ex tended over the four larger islands of our group. The report is illus trated with several photo tint views and other prints. Mr. Preston is expected here shortly, to execute some scientific survey work for the German Government. Hawaiian Hotel. The following are late arrivals at the Hawaiian Hotel: G.B.Burnett and wife, St. Louis; Capt. Whiteside, Mass.; F. Fieinstein, dpt. Shorey, J. W. Frazer, wife and son; E. O. 'Shaxter, San Francisco; C. M. Ray mond, Jersey Citv; E. A. Ludden, F. K. Taylor, M. D., New York; A. S. Crowder, Chicago; John McDon ald, Thos. Wright, New York; Miss Camille Mouri, Miss Fanny Myers, Miss L. Carmen, Miss R. Thomas, Miss Simmons, Miss L. Thomas, W. H. Hamilton, R. Stantini, E. Torpi, J. Burges, C. Deane, W. Chamber lain, E. Scott, S. Langlois, W. San ford. A Shark Caught at Waianae. While the steamer C. R. Bishop was at Waianae last Friday, a large shark was seen near the vessel. Purser Ross got his rifle and sent a ball into the monster's body. The shark sank, and one of the crew went overboard for the purpose of fastening a rope around the body, and hauling it aboard. The native performed his task, and the monster was finally got on board, but not without making a desperate strug gle for its liberty. The bullet had only wounded it. The shark meas ured eight feet in length. The new menus at the Hamilton House are very pretty and attrac tive, the principal attraction being the delicacies enscribed thereon. The demolition of the Pacific Hardware's Company's building has commenced. Paul Isenberg met with a slight accident yesterday, at his ranch, Waialae, which will confine him to his house for a day or two. He was kicked in the leg by a horse. In another column Mr. A. J. Schreiber, of the California Watch CJub, gives tome interesting par ticulars for those who desire to own a first class coin silver watch. Read his notice. The Hawaiian Hotel is full of guests at the present time, but they are very well taken care of in the dining hall by Chief Steward Lucas, while Manager Tom is obliging and courteous as ever. Mr. J.A.Gonsalves is now prepared to supply complete sets of views of the late funeral procession to those desiring them. Orders may be left at his gallery before the departure of the Australia. At 10 o'clock this morning Mr. J. F. Morgan will hold a sale of ele gant furniture, bric-a-bac and ferns and plants at the residence of Mrs. Riemenschneider, Punchbowl street. Special attention is called to the books which are catalogued. It is rumored that during the season of grand opera about to be inaugur ated at the Hawaiian Opera House, the ladies attending will appear in full dress and the gentlemen in even ing dress. Not a bad idea at all. This is the custom in other places, why not in Honolulu the Paradise of the Pacific. -. " President Harrison, family and party will visit California and prob ably Oregon and Alaska, in the spring, and their visit may be ex tended to Alaska. The Call says that the new cruiser San Francisco will be the vessel on which President Harrison and his iamily will make their trip op the coast. The crniser Charleston will be at the disposal of he rest of the Presidential party. selves, and their young Qneen, the fiistor nf thn TTinc nf fho ornnn Vina patently r7fased torigj-"the shoT months, soSi'orlS ffiT "KK.A.T """"S"' ifdio uun iua guctu- uavinsf ana naving joinea ior. a.n- cnairs, i anvii ana vice, i lot of window other thinff not cenerallv known bv panes. 1 lot K. . boards, 1 lot N. W ,o f0f w it boards. 1 lot iron screws, bolts, etc. etc. you already possess a good watch, you are at liberty to select anything desired of the same value. Is there anything offering greater advan tages than the H. F. Wichman Watch Club? d&w PROF. M. MED. G. JAEGER'S until the ment clause is eliminated. xne natives of tne entire group are m more than half sympathy with the Raieteans, and in warring on them unaided the French sailors and marines are having as hard a time of it as tne tier mans did when they un dertook to follow the Samoans into the bush. c. Honolulu, Mar. 3, 1801. L. HOPKINS, Marshal. 2703-lni THE "BEST" TONIC Th The Opera Season. There was a large demand yester day at Mr. Levey's office for seats for the opera performance Saturday evening, and as a consequence there will be a full house. A few seats remain unsold. The company had a rehearsal yesterday, and astonished several musical ears. It is witnout doubt the finest opera company that has visited these shores, and deserves the most liberal nsirouage. II Trovatore is a beau tiful opera, and on this occasion it will have an excellent representation. Supreme Court At Chambers. Wednesday, Mar. 4. BEFORE DOLE, 3. Intermediary division. Narcisse Perry vs. Otto Ludloff et al. As sumpsit. Judgment was given in the Police Court on February 6th sustaining plea of infancy as to R. Ludloff and against the others for $180. J. M. Davidson for plaintiff, J. A. Magoon for defendants. Heard and decision reserved. The Chief Justice has filed a deci sion in the case of M. A. Gonsalves vs. C. L. Brito et al. Libel. The case was tried at the October Term. the jury giving a verdict for plaintiff for $d,000. The decision overrules the motion for a new trial. To those who need a pleasant Tonic for any kind of debility, we can recom mend Clements as the best. For sale by IIollister & Co. Ntvo 2UJccrft0rjnmts. CHAS. BREWER & CO.'S Boston Line of Packets. IMPORTERS WILL PLEASE take notice that the fine BARK MARTHA. DAVIS Capt. Will be laid on the berth in Boston to leave for this port on June 15, 1891, if suffi cient inducement offers. For further particulars apply to 79 1343-q C. BREWER & CO. Firewood For Sale. DELIVERED AT ouantities to sui'. 2705-3W THE HOUSE Applv at WAIALAE RANCH. IN FOR SALE. ONE BUGGY AND ONE Brake, almost new. Apply at Advertiser omce. 2703-lw FOR SALE. A LGEROBA CORD WOOD. APPLY to W. K. ROWELL. 2C99-lw Annual Meeting. rrilE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE -- stockholders of the Union Iron Works Co., for the election of officers, will be held at their office on Queen street, on MONDAY, March 9th, at 11 o'clock a. m. ROBERT MORE. 2703-lw Secretary. NOTICE. THE WARDROOM S. S. Iroquois will MESS OF THE U. not be responsible for debts contracted by their steward with ou written or verbal authority of the caterer. 2704-3t DR. EMERSON, OFFICE 135 Fort St., (formerly Dr. Tuc ker's omce). Officic Hocks 9 to 11 a. m., and 2 to 3 p. m. ; Sundays, 9 to 10 a. m. Bell Telephone No. 51. Residence 5 School street. 2704-3 niq THE FAVORITE "LUCIDA" CISAR Has just arrived wiih other fine brands of HAVANA CIGARS, Such as VIRGILIO, IRMA, FLORA, &c. For Sale by H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS 2702-1 w iXcro 2ttncrtiscmf.nt3. INT OTICE. CUKES DYSPEPSIA, STRENGTHENS THE SYSTEM, RESTORES SOUND REFRESHING SLEKP, PRICELESS TO NURSING MOTHERS. Genuine Sanitary 0 Underclothing Hawaiian Bell Telephone Company. Tub Question is Sometimes Aske lell us concise! V which ailments TTia FROM AND AFTER THE FIRST OF Anril. 1391. the Rates nf the Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co. will be the same as those of the Mutual Co., namely: Private Residences. . ..$2 00 per month Business Places $3 00 per month J. F. BROWN, 2704-1 w Secretary H. B. Tel. Co. NOTICE. CERTIFICATE TRANSITION: I herewith appoint MR. M. GOLDBERG, Agent for the Sale of my "Best " Tonic will most effectually cor- Genuine Sanitary Underclothing for the Hawaiian Islands rect7 Here is the answer: DvsDensia. All Nerve Troubles. Loss of Sleeo. Loss of Appetite, General Debility, Exhaus tion irom any cause, lo those Recover ing from Illness, nothinz better can be prescribed. TSienedl Stuttgart, the 19th of September, 1890. PROF. DR. G. JAEGER. jC70riglnal to be seen in my Merchant-street window. Hawaiian Bell Telepiwu .Company. A WALKING MATCH. For Athletes . " We the nndftrsin. ed participants in the six-days' walkiug wan.", c-uuiug ai uie iiecnanics l'avil- I certify herewith that I have eiven to WM. BFNGERS SONS. firntfr.rt h 6ole authority for the manufacture of Sanitary Underclothing after my system recognize, as genuine, only the sanitary Under both at home and abroad. I OF the were AT THE ANNUAL MEETING stockholders held Feb. 28, 1891, loiiowing omcers ot tne company elected lor the ensuing year: Godfrey Brown.. President and Treas. Cecil Brown Vice-President J. F. Brown Secretary J. Cassidy Gen'l Superintendent H. von Holt." Auditor Directors Jas. Campbell, W. O. Smith, J . F. Brown. (Signed) J. F. BBOWN, Secretary H. B. Tel. Co. 2704-2W 1365-lm FOR LEASE! THE PREMISES ON KAAHU manu street, at present occupied by T. H. Davies & Co., and ad joining their new building. For particulars enquire of JAS. L. McLEAN, at Inter-Island S. N. Co.'s office. 2699-lw-tf lion? February 27, 1889, fully endorse the clothing made by the original appointees which are etampe'd in blue with thk viaUtiiig effects of The "Best" Tonic, trade mark or Wm. Benuer &. Sons and my piqnature underneath. Beware of Frank Hart, Uhar'.es J. Shprtfan, Gus uuerrero, rat tiuerrero, Old Sport Caifr pana, James Davis, Oofty Goofty, John Brodie, E. C. Moore, Thomas Howarth. George Cartwright, James Leahy, Gus Drown, ij. vrozier. Immitation ! W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Sole Agents Honolulu. 0. Box 504. Telephone 48. 1262 268S-3m FOR RENT! A DELIGHTFULLY QUIET, newly furnished room, midway between Beretania and King Sts cars, or 15 minntes' walk to Fort sireetino emidren); enquire at this office. 2703-4 1 3&rf-xti5fm?ms. LIFE BR if THE 11 MTJTTJAX, COMPANY OF NEW YORK RICHARD .A.. McCTJRDY, President. Statement for the I ear Ending December 31st, 1890. ASSETS ... 1L7,154,901 SO. Reserve on Folloie at 4 per cent ft I3fi.firt8.3fi8 no Liabilities other than Reserve 505.359 88 Surplus.... 9,981,833 38 KecelptH from all sources B. 34.978 778 69 Payments to i'olicy-Holders 16,973,200 05 Risks assumed 49,188 policies 1 GO 985,985 58 Risks In force 206,055 policies 638,226,865 24 THK ASSETS ARE INVESTED AS FOLLOWS: Real Estate and Bond & Mortgage Loans S76.529.231 72 United states Bonds and other Securities Ki.3U.fi3l K& Loans on Collateral Securities 8,624,400 OO Cash in Banks and Trust Companies at Interest 3,556.441 59 Interest accrued. Premiums deferred, etc 7.133,256 35 8 147,154,961 20 I have carefully examined the foregoing statement and find the same to be correct. A. N. WATERHOUSE, Auditor. From the Surplus above stated a dividend will be apportioned as usual. The business for 1890 shows INCREASE over that of 1889. as follows : In Assets 10.753,633 18 In Reserve on Policies and Surplus 10.554,091 94 In Receipts 3,859.759 07 In Payments to Policyholders. In Risks assumed In Risks in force ..4,611 policies, .23,745 policies, Year. 1884.. 18S5.. 1886.. 1887.. 1888., 1889.. 1890.. Risks A Beamed. I 34.681.4-iO .. 46.507.139... 56.832.719... 69,457,468... 103.214,261 .. 151.602,483... 160,935,986. RisVg Outstanding. .$351.789 285 . 368,981.441. . 393,809,203.... . 827,628,933.... . 482.125.184.... . 565,949.934.... 638,226,865.... New York, January 28th, 1891. BOARD Payments to Policy-Uolders. $13,923,062 19. 14.402 019 9.)... 13,129.103 74 . . 14.128,423 60 .. 14.727.550 22... 15.200.608 38... 16,973,200 0.5... Receipts. 1,772,591 67 9,383,502 21 72,276,931 32 Assets. .. $19,095,318 41.... $103,876,178 51 .. 20.214.954 28... 108.90,967 51 21.137.176 67. 23.119.922 46... 26,215,932 52... 31,119.019 62... 34,978,778 69... 114,181,963 24 118.806,851 88 126.082,153 56 136,401,328 02 147,154,961 20 OF" TRUSTEES. Samuel E. Sproclls. Lrcics Robinson. Samuel D. Babcock. George IS. Coe. Richard A. McCubdy. James C. Holdes. Herrmann C. Vox Post. Alexander H. Rice. Lewis May. Oliver Harp.iman. Henry W. Smith. Robert Olyphant. George F. Baker. Jos. Thompson. Dudley Olcott. Frederic Cromwell. Julien T. Davies. Robert Sewell. S. Van Rensselaer Cruger. Charles R. Henderson. George Bliss Rufus W. Peckham. J. HOBART HERRICK. Wm. P. Dixon. Robert A. Granniss. Henry H. Rodgebs. j no. w. auchincloss. Theodore Morford. William Babcock. Preston B. Plumb. Stuivesant Fish. Augustus D. Juilliard. Charles E. Miller. James W. Husted. Walter R. Gillette. James E. Granniss. ROBERT A. GRANNISS, Vice-president. WALTER R.GILLETTE. Gen'l Manager. ISAAC V. LLOYD, 2d Vice-President. WILLIAM J. EASTOX, Secretary. FREDERICK SCHROEDER, Ass't Sec'y. ARCHIBALD N. WATERHOUSE, Auditor. EMORY McCLINTOCK, LLD., F. I. A., Actuary. JOHN TATLOCK, Jr., Ass't Actuary. CHARLES B. PERRY, 2d Ass't Actuary. JOHN A. FREDERIC CROMWELL. Treasurer. FONDA, Assistant Treasurer. WILLIAM P. SANDS, Cashier. EDWARD P. HOLDEN, Assistant Cashier. WILLIAM G. DAVIES, Gen'l Solicitor. WILLIAM W. RICHARDS, Comptroller. Medical Directors. GUSTAVCS S. WINSTON. MD. i E. J. GRANVILLE M. WHITE, M.D. MARSH, M.D. 1364 2697-1 m S. B. HOSE. General Aent Hawaiian Islands. Signed FROF. DR. G. JAEGER. ffJ-A Pull Assortment Just Received and For Sale at M. GOLDBERG'S, 2696 2m COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS, THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., Ltt, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Hardware, Crockery, GLASSWARE, 2, 3 and 4-Light Chandeliers and Electroliers, Metal and Glass Lamps, Lamp Fixtures, PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES, Lard Oil, Cylinder Oil, Mecca Engine and Cylinder Oils, Dynamo Oils, Powder, Shot and Caps, Chamberlain's Patent Machine-loaded Cartridges, House Famishing Goods, Silver Hated Ware, Table Catlery, George Westenholm's Pocket Knives, Wade & Batcher's Razors, Plows, Planters' Steel Hoes and other Agricultural Implements, Handle. PLANTATION SUPPLIES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Hart's Patent "Duplex " Die Stock for Pipe and Bolt Cutting; Rubber Hose, either Plain or Wire Bound ; Sprinklers and Stands ; New " Easy " Pennsylvania Lawn Mowers, High Urass Cutters; Manila and Sisal Rope. AGENTS FOR Hartman's Steel Wire Fence and Wiie Mats. NeaPs Carriage Paints, W. G. Fischer's Wrought Steel Rangis and Fire and Burglar-proof Safes. Gate City Stone Filters, New Process Twist Drills. TTTT? ATTTCAfnTHP Admitted by every ine to be the J- --Ef -tX XL JLYlTl KJ yj Ii , very best Windmill in existence. It is made of Steel and will last longer and give better satisfaction than any other manufactured. NEW GOODS received by every Steamer. NO OLD GOODS TN RTOfTK t "Orders from the other Islands solicited and promptly filled. 79-q UNION IRON WORKS CO. J. N. S. WILLIAMS, R. MORE, : Manages. Superintendent. Engineers and Iron Founders, 9 Office and Works, - - Esplanade, Honolulu, M ANUFACT CKERS OF Sugar Machinery, Irrigating Machinery, Steam Engines, Steam Boilers, Juice Tanks, Coolers, Molasses Tanks, Sugar Cars, Cane Cars, Elevators, Conveyors, Furnace Fittings, Wrought and C ist Iron Work for House Builders, Water Wheels and Gearing, Bar Iron, Etc. DIFFUSION MACHINERY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES SOLE AGENTS HAWAIIAN ISLANDS FOB THE Pelton Water "Wheel. SC7"REPAIRS of all kinds of RATES and at SHORT NOTICE. MACHINERY done at REASONABLE 1354 14d-3m The Daily Advertiser and Weekly Gazette ARE THE LEADING PAPERS OF THE KINGDOM, - - - . 1 -Aoid Have the Largest Circulation