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DAILI .PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, APRIL 18, 1891.
Zd&vtttitmms. HYPNOTISM. Sulvfrfisements. &fotriitmfttU. Baldwin Locomotives! The undersigned having been appointed 8ole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands FOB THE CELEBRATED Baldwin Locomotives From the Works of Burnham, Parry, Williams & Co., Philadelphia, l'enn., Are now prepared to eivo estimates and receive orders for these engines, of any size and style. The Baldwin Locomotive Works are now manufacturing a style of Locomo tive particularly adopted For Plantation Purposes, A number of which have recer'iy hrm received at these Islands, ana viy will have pleasure in furnishing Plantation Agents and Managers with particulars of same. The superiority cf these Locomotives over all other makes is not only known here but is acknowledged throughout the United States. WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Sols Agents for Hawaiian Islands. 2Col-q City Meat Market JOSEPH TINKER, Practical Butcher, AND MAKER OF THE Celebrated Cambridge Fork Sausage Made by the very best Machinery and cannot be equalled, it is Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal and Pork is of the finest quality. All orders entrusted to his care are de livered with cleanness and dispatch within a radius of three miles of the city. My Coeked Beef and Pickled Tongues Are a Specialty and need no comment. My Celebrated CAMBRIDGE PORK SAUSAGES Are the BEST in the Islands. Upwards of half a ton a week sold. Don't forget the address : CUT MEAT MARKET, NUUANU STREET, (Opposite Queen Emma Hall.) N. B. No connection with anv other Market. 2GG9-q FILTER PRESSES. t'AAUHAO Plantation, ,1 Hawaii, March 0, 1888. I Blsdon Iron and Locomotive Work. Ban Fran eitoo. Gentlemen Wo have used two cf your 30 chambered Filter Presses tblsaoason. They are oonvenlent, easily bandied and are working entirely to our satisfaction. I can rocommnnd no Improvement on them. Very respectfully yours. (signed) A. Moon a, Manager Faannan Plantation IIekia, Sept. 28, 1889. Ma. Jobn Dixit, Agent Risdon Iron Works uonoinia. Dxab Sib: Please ship ns one of your 30 Compartment Filter l'rossos. 210 square feet surface, same as the one supplied ns last season, which I am pleased to nay Las given us entire ansraouon. xouretmiy, GEO. R. KWART, Manager Heela Agricultural Co. These Presses are made extra heavy for high pressures, occupies a floor space of 1 1 1 4 ft., and presents a filtering surface of 240 square feet. A limited number In stock in Honolulu and are sold at very low prices. Risdon Iron . Loco. Works. Han Francls.c For particulars enquire of JOHN DYEB lioDolnJu Room No. S Sprockets' Clock: 2651 1367-q W. G. IRWIN & Co., A yents. WING OIIONG TAI, Carpenter and Painter Contractor, Builder and Jobber, Furniture and Cabinet Maker, etc. Chinese Employment Office, No. 39 King Street. rfirMutual Telephone 670; Bell Tel. 2670-q , RyPTU In adver tising Dr PIERCE 5 Patent AA fMAfiNFTIO ELASTIC N TRUSS. S the assurance is v givsn that we are 3 offering the Beat N Trass In tbe World. V. This Oelebrated Appli-va TirY)RA he.n kTtAnicplvV ' Sfljt) In. min him anH ) i . a Vv'vN " vmaes or Kaplurc! Tbis is an V 1 EIerte Trw (the only wnccesefnl ODe$5v iented: hu no Iron Hoops or SteelC r. wuwui. iw. wjti uringriMbivtr)iD ue worn Eiilefdcom,r N,Chan nar. It's a per KCirelalner! 9&or fnrther particulars a zJITiiXc j? "Amps for lmphlrtSlo.tH( H Ft hfJIRFR ttetDr.Picrce's Genuine Electri. II L III L1I1U L II Trasses oontai n our t?r I rate Ms: failure exactly like that shown at ton or tliii MTfrilienieal. Beware of inferior imitations Addreaa; MAGNETIC ELASTIC TRUSS COMPANY, 704 Sacramento fct.,u Francisco, Cnl at r " . . -sr U . 77 Rep -Vapor-Engine ABE ADA1TED FOR Pumping, Electric Lighting, Running Elevators, Harvesting and Thrashing Machines, Printing Presses, Boot and Shoe Machinery, Circular, Band and Jig Saws, Hoisting, Mill and Mining Mach inery, Coffee Mills and Roasters, Polish ing and Fanning Machines, Ventilating Apparatus, Emery Wheels, etc., in fact everywhere power is needed. NO BOILER I NO FIRE ! NO STEAM ! NO ASHES ! NO COAL ! NO ENGINEER! NO DANGER ! Started Instantly Without Even a Match Always ready to give out its ull power. Cost to Run: About One Cent per riorse-power per Hour. 1 iThe above Engine can be seen in operation at any time at the City Meat Market of Jos. Tinker, Nuuanu St. ffJGPInformation in regard to cost of running, etc., will be furnished on ap plication to JOS. TINKER, Nuu ft i 0,11 U Ul.j 2G74-q Sole Agent Haw'n Isl. WE ARE NOW SHOWING AT OUR MUSIC DEPARTMENT 6 trrwJ Six (Hew Styles) FISCHER smd SCHURBERT (Ncv $0Tk M&ke) PIANOS! Just received direct from the Factory. We will sell them at Trices that defy com petition, on Easy Monthly Installments! 5sy-Call early and get first choice, Also a new line ot Plush Piano Scarfs and Piano Stools. TflE HAWAIIAN NEWS CO. 2651-q 3SJ"JU"W GOODS A Fine Assortment. We have just received per S. S. Australia, a nne selection ot xsew uoods, comprising, one elegant Hand-painted Porcelain Dinner Set. A few of those fine b.and-embroidered SILK and SA.TIN SCREENS, EBONY FRAMES, Assorted colors and patterns of Crepe n:i i i 1- l rM i m i i si and Saucers. A fine lot of Manila Cigars and CUeroots 100 in a Box. Scarf 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 COSTUMES. 'Call early and examine this fin assortment of New Goods. WING WO CHAN & CO. No. 22 Nuuanu Street. 2G51-q fiedward & Howell, Contractors & Builders Brick, Btoae and Wooden Building Estimates Given. .fobbing Promptly Attended to. 76 KING STREET. Bell Telephone No. 9. 2J87-q F. O. Cox 438 EE. PETERSEN HAS REMOVED TO 8G Queen Street cor. of Alakea street. Fresh Fruits and Totatoes by every Stmr. from San Francisco; the best'in the market. A fine Stock of Havana Cigars, Tobacco. Orders for Groceries promptly filled. yCash sales small profits. 2(77-3mq BEAD THIS! JUST RECEIVED va FOR SALE CHEAP Galvanized Ridging, Galv. Screws and Lead Washers, Plain Galvanized Iron, Sheet Lead, Sheet Zinc, Boxes of Tin, Galvanized WATER HPING, y2, t If lJtfi IK and 2 inch; Pipe Fittings, I1AIR FELTING and Asbestos Sionge, for covering steam pipes ; Rubber Tacking, all kinds : BLACK FENCE WIRE, Galvanized Fence Wire, Galvanized and Copper Telephone Wire, Genuine Bell Telephones, Electric House Bells, and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES! sCST'Electihc Light Plants of any size and description furnished ana m stalled . SHIP CHANDLERY: Bbls. Coal Tar, r' Bbls. Stockholm Tar, Bbls. Pitch, Asphaltiun; 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 1 Also, constantly on hand, a full stock of 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 high test for mechani cal and medicinal purposes, just received gQEFAlh OF THE ABOVE FOB SALE BY E. 0. HALL & SON, Cor. Fort and King Streets. ' 1366 2703-q California FEED CO., KING 1 WRIGHT, Props. Have on Hand and For Sale, Fresh every month from the Coast, the very best quality of Jrlay and Grrain Of all kinds, at the very lowest prices 1 JJeiivered promptly to any part of the city. GIVE US A TRIAL! Warehouse, Leleo Mutual Telephone izi ; Jien Telephone lJ. Office with C. T. Gulick Bell Tele phone 348 ; Mutual Telephone 139. 358 2666-q We G. Irwin & Company, (LIMITED), OFFER FOR SALE Hiimo and Cement, PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S Compounds and Eoofing BEEO'6 patekt Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes. FERTILIZERS : "Wool Dust, Bone Rleal, Fish. Guano ALSO BUCK & OHLANDT'S High Grade Chemical Cane Manure. GRASS SEEDS: Cocksfoot, Rye Grass and Clovers. REFINED SUGARS, Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned Beef; 1 and 2 lb. tins. SALMON IN BARRELS, 2702-q . Furnished Rooms. NEAT AND COSILY FURNISH- ed Rooms can be had bv an earlv application at No. 4 Garden Lan (Continued from Page 1.) said Professor Tadger ; "you should dis abuse your mind of any silly idea of that sort. It is a subject wo know very little about; but we should approach it seri ously, because, you know, it is a thing that will, sooner or later, bo probably introduced into ordinary medical prac tice. I am not a doctor ; but I have hypnotised a great number of people.and I have often been able to relieve pain. I'll give you instances. A person comes to me suffering from neuralgia. I hyp notise him. There is no mistake what ever about the neuralgia ; it has perhaps lasted several days ; the face is swollen. I can remove a severe headache in the same way. "I din't like the thing," I said. " There is a good deal too much hanky panVy for me. Besides, I have seen lots of the so-called experiments, and it al ways appeared to me that the poor devils who acted as subjects were simply accomplices who received payment to make themselves ridiculous." " That may or may not be the case," said Professor Tadger. ' I look upon it as a very sad thing that people should be hypnotised for the amusement of their fellow men ; but there is certainly some good lo be got out of hypnotism, and the 6ludy of tbe subject, the ultim ate benefit of the human race being the object in view, can do no harm . There is nothing like a crucial test," said the professor. " We are both going to Ply mouth. 1 am stopping at the Koyal. Here is ray card." lie gave me a card on which was inscribed Pkofessok Tadger, College, Oxford. " Now, I'll tell you what I will do for you.if j'ou will present j'ourself at my hotel with three ordinary individuals between the ages of eleven and five-and-forty old people and young children are bad subjects, that is why I make the sugges tion as to age I will show a very extra ordinary experiment. You shall bring with you a new pack of cards m its wrapper. I will hypnotise one of the Bubjects. You shall select a card your self whose face I shall not see. I will place the card in the hand of the sub ject, back towards him ; I will tell him that it is a photograph of, say, the Prince of Wales. Ho will obey my 'suggestion ,' which I make in a sufficiently authorita tive manner, and he will agree that it is a photograph of the Prince of Wales ; and to him, please to understand, it has ceased to be a playing card, and after my ' nandatory act ' to him it is a pho tograph of the Prince of Wales and nothing else. I will direct him to throw it upon the table. You shall fling down the rest of the pack, backs upwards, upon it; and, well mixing the cards, you will watch U3 both as narrowly as you like. I will then simpiy say to the subject, Which of these photographs is that of the Prince of WTales?' He will unhestitatingly select the card origin ally handed to him." " Professor Tadger," said I, " if you will do that I will believe all you say nay ,more, I will give you a testimonial." " It is very good of you," said the pro fessor ; " but I am not in need of a testi monial." " Can you tell me," I said a little sev erely, " of any permanent benefit to anybody which" has ever been produced by hypnotism." "Oh, certainly," said the professor affably; "there are innumerable rec orded cases . I am not a doctor, as I have told vou, but I have cured three habitual drunkards." "The cures took some time, I should think," I remarked derisively. "One sitting was enough," replied the professor with a smile. "If you do the card trick." said I, "you shall try your hand on Uncle Boultby." The professor expressed his readiness to undertake what he called "the expe riment with the playing cards," and eundenly took an immense interest' in Uncle Boultby. We reached Plymouth. I went to see Uncle Boultby. My uncle's doctor told mo that he didn't think ho would pull through. The same evening I called upon the professor with three "sub jects," chosen haphazard. The pro fessor's triumph was complete. The ex periment with the playing cards came off at the first attempt. I took the pro fessor straight over to Uncle Boultby's place. Uncle Boultby was very bad indeed he didn't even recognize me ; he cauea me Julius Caisar. And when I intro duced the professor, my poor uncle Eaid, "Oh. Professor Petmer. of course. 1 hone he hasn't brought his chost." Professor Tadger stared at him rather sternly. "Sleep I" he said in a firm voice, " Sleep!" There were no passes- no hankv-nankv of any kind. Uncle Boultby's head dropped back, and he went off as sound as a house in an instant. " Open your eyes and listen to me, said the professor "in an awful tone. Uncle Boultby opened his eyes, and the professor shook his forefinger at him. " When vou wake," continued Pro fessor Tadger, "3-011 will hate all kinds of wines, spirits or fermented urints; the smallest quantity will make you horribly sick. 1 ou will turn teetotaller : Wake," added the professor" wake." Uncle Boultby did wake as though trom a refreshing "sleep. "I wish you good evening," said the professor. I hope vou'll cet better." Then he inarched out of the room and I haven't seen his face since. Uncle Boultby did get better he got well ; he turned teetotaller ; he ate his Christmas dinner with us. There was just a little brandy in the pudding which we had forgotten. It made Uncle Boultbv horribly ill. Uncle Boultby is going to be married to-morrow. I am going to the wedding I feel as if I were going to my own funeral. If it hadn't been for my cursed curio sity about hypnotism I should have been the better by 10,000. As for Professor Tadger bother Pro fessor Tadger. St. James' Budget. Just JbieceivecL Per Bark " CHARLOTTE." a number of Pianos ! rrm 1 him : M 1 From the Celebrated Factory of C. BECHSTEIN, LONDON and BERLIN, "45""Now ready for inspection, for sale by; II. HACKFELD & CO., Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 2712-q Tbe ADVERTISEU is the Leading Dally Paper of the Islands. mJ I II Ull ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL PETER HIGH: Office and Mill on Alakea near Queen Street. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Screens, Frames, Etc., Etc. MOULDINGS Turned and Sawed Work. 1 m Having secured the services of Mb. Superintendent,-1 am now prepared to fufnish. Designs for every description of Building, and will Superintend the Construction of the same. 3GPlease call and examine designs before placing your orders elsewhere. Prompt attention to-all trders. PKOF. D, MED. a JAEGER'S Genuine Sanitary Underclothing CERTIFICATE I herewith appoint MR. M. GOLDBERG, Agent for tho Sale of my vaeuuiue oamiary uuuerciuiuwg lor uie Hawaiian lBUinua. Signed PROF. DR. G. JAEGER. Stuttgart, the 19th of September, 1890. 70rigixial to be seen in my I certify herewith that I have given soie aumoniyior me manuiacture ot sanitary underclothing after my system both at home and abroad. I recognize, as genuine, only the Sanitary Under clothing made by the original appointees which are stamped in blue with thb TRADE MARK OF Wm. BENGER & SONS AND MY SIGNATURE UNDERNEATH. Beware of Immitation ! Signed PROF. DR. G. JAEGER. g&'A Fall Assortment Just M. GOLDBEKG'S, 26-lui E. HOITSOHLAEGER & CO., KING AND BETHEL STS. Offer For Sale, ex Recent Arrivals I SUPERIOR : RHINE : WINES, Such as Assmannshauser Auslese, Rauenthaler, Rudeeheimer, liochheimer, Laubenheimer, Niereteiner, Diedesheimcr. CHAMPAGNES of Benj. & Eug. Perrier, Chalon'a Carte Blanche Laurence, St. Hilaire, Carte noir et Carte Blanche. FLENBERG STOCK BEER-Guaranteed the Genuine Article. BAVARIAN BEER of the renowned Augustiner Brewery ; also, GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS in a Large Variety. ED. I-IOFFSOHLAEGER & Co. i- UNION IRON J. N. S. WILLIAMS R. MORE, : Engineers and Iron Founders, Office and Works, - - Esplanade, Honolulu, MANUFACTURERS OF Sugar Machinery, Irrigating Machinery, Steam Engines, Steam Boilers, Juice Tanks, Coolers, Molasses Tanks, Sugar Cars, Cane Cars, Elevators, Conveyors, Furnace Fittings, Wrought and Cast Iron Work for House Builders, Water Wheels and Gearing, Bar Iron, Etc. DIFFUSION MACHINERY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES -SOLE AGENTS HAWAIIAN ISLANDS FOB THE Felton Water "Wheel. REPAIRS of all kinds of RATES and at SHORT NOTICE. H. E. Molntyre & Bro. IKrOBTERS AND DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions and Feed, SAST COBNER FORT AND KINO STREETS. New Goods received by every packet from the Eastern States and Kurope Fresh California produce by every steamer. All orders faithfully attended to, and Goods delivered to ny part o?th2 TifJ.0'!8' Islna oe" ollclted. Batlsfactlon guaranteed. Po.tofflcs 7ox . So. 174 3?rop. Vl 1 " .1 - C. B. Bifley, Architect and Buildine 153-q 'H&JSJNSIjA.n.ONi Merchant-street window. to WM. BENGERS SONS, Stuttgart; the Received and For Sale at COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS. Kine and Bethel Street. WORKS CO. Manager. Superintendent. MACHINERY done at REASONABLE 1366-271fra Til B. MIS & GO. "7 146 Days from Liverpool! LARGE CARGO OF Mew Goods Anchors, Chains, Cocoa Mats, Kettles, Sauce Pans, Fry Pans, Bedsteads, Fence Wire, Sheathing Metal, Roofing Iron) C&neKnivft, Cutlenr Sole Leather Trunks, White Lead, Red Lead Boiled Linseed Oil, Castor Oil, Belting, " Coal 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 Case, Mirrors, SaddleB- Bridles, Felts, Whips, Spurs, Blankets, Sheeting, Dry Goods, Merinos. Shawls; Handkerchiefs, Victoria Lawns, Mosquito Netting, Leggings, Laces, Ribbons, Hats, Helmets. Velvets, Embroidered Dresses. Flannel, Basket Trunks, Picnic Hampers, Rugs, Mats, Carpets, Clothing, Tweeds, Ginghams, Hosiery, Rcaru 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, Common Crockery, Wedgewood War. Vases, Wicker Ware, Fancy Chairs, Hammocks, Tables, Baskets. Umbrella Stands, Decanters, Salad Bowls, Mush Sets, Flower Pots, Filters, Etc., Etc., Etc. 7 Tlieo. H. Davies & Co ' 1350 2G51q 2C51