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DA.ihY. i'AUiFlC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, APRIL 23, 1891.
33) Clutfjoritn Board of Health. As it has been openly NaiJ and published that parties 8upcted of leprosy have been sent to the Leper Settlement on Mo-" lokai without being properly examined by the Board of Examining Physician?, the Board of Health Trishe to Inform the public that the records of the results and conclusions arrived at by the Examining Board of Physicians of persons examined for leprosy will be shown by the St cretary to anyone by calling at the office of the Board of Health, between the hoars of 10 a. m. and i r. is. DAVID DAYTON, Attest: President. &XA&X.K4 Wilcox, Secretary. or 471t In accordance with Section 1 of Chapter XXXV. of the Ses-ioa Laws of 183, the Government Pound at Kohololoa for th impounding of estrays in the District of Honolulu, will be removed on the 30th uay of April, 1891, to an enclosure situate at the junction of Pensacola street and tbe new Punchbowl road, and ooposite the Makiki Cemetery, Honolulu, Oahu. C. N. SPENCER, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, April 23, 1S0L Mr. Kalei has been appointed Pout:: master for the above Government I'oun.'.t, his commission dating from the SC;h day of April, 1831. 2747-3t To Depositors in the Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank. Notice Is hereby Riven that on applica tion at the Treasury, Coupon Bonds will be issued in denominations of ?1000, $500 and ?100, bearing interest at the rate of Five Fer Cent. (5 per cent.) per annnm, payable semi-annually. These Bond3 are issued under the authority of the Act, ap proved on the 6th day of August, 190, and styled the Postal Savings Bunk Loan." II. A. V.'IDEMANN, Minister of Finance. Dil-AKTMEJiT OP FlNAJfCE, ) Hokolclc, II. I., April U, li9i j 2735 1370-tf TDK ADVERTISER CALENDAR. April, 1891. Aoril 1, LautQu'xt'r. itr Ap;ll 8. JwXew Moon. y April 15, & 1st Qu'ri'r. Arm 23. Fill. Jloon. EVENTS OF T0-DAT. A. & A. S. R. Karaehnmeha Lodge of Per fection No. 1 at 7:30 r. M. Y. M. C. A. Anniversary meeting at Y. M. C. A. hall at 7:30 P. si. Baku Cokcsbt By the Roynl Hawaiian Band, at Makte Island. at 7:30p m. THE DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER Be Jnst and Oar not; Let all the ends thou alm'st at be Thy Country's, thy God'i, and TrntU'a. THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1891. OE SAN FRANCISCO. LETTER. Fer r. M. S. S. liio do Jciolro, Han Franeltco, April 14, 1831. (From our special correspondent.) Sngar. New York, April 14th. Cuban centri fugal, PG degrees, 3.60c; granulated, 'The agreement between the California Refinery and the firm of Havemeyers & Elder relative to the Pacific Coast mar kets remains the seven-days' commercial sensation. The basis upon which tho combination was made is a sealed book to tho outside. Some assert that the Havemeyer and Spreckels' refineries will be run in alternate months ; others, who claim to know, sav that the agreement will l6t only so long as it is nccessarv to keep prices up in order to avert Iof on tho sugar boucht in Hawaii aid de livered in San Francisco prior in April 1st. Locallv, granulated is qu tr 1 at 6 cent, and railroad rate3 have been so adjusted in deference to the wishes of tho refineries that it is impossible to im port sugar from tho East. Westbound rates at $2 per hundred; eastboumi 00 cents per hundred, precluding any chance of competition. Spreckels denie3 that any arrarge ment has been made by which the out put of the Philadelphia refinery is to be curtailed in return for concessions on this Coast. C. August Spreckels, who is in Philadelphia, says that tho output there is not to be reduced to 2,000 bar rels daily in return for the absolute con trol of tii business west of the Missouri River. . . ' E. L. G. Steele is m New ork, and rumor has it that he is seeking for capi tal with which to build another refinery here The dispatches say that he is actuated by several Hawaiian Pinters. A dispatch from New ork, dated the 13th inst., savs: Reports have been cur rent for some days on the sugar market fhat a combination had been formed be tween the rJ the Eastern refiners itAf Uefijvno.esaie Grocers Association to acqmrt-4 com plete control of the suzar trade. t is known that negotiations have Ijeen nendinK between the independent rc-i- .nMr trust and wholesale dealers I all the sugar refined in this country and boycott the refined sugars of foreign countries. So far the deal has resulted onlv in cn association of re finer It is stated to-day that Cluus SelkcK E.C.K..iaht. Ilarrwon and Frazer.and all dependent sugar re- 8u. Mo. In. W. Th. Fr. 8a. 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 IS 13 11 15 1C 17 19 10 20 21 22 23 21 25 36 27 28 29 90 31 Cners have entered into an agreement with the trast to work in harmony with ts managers and produce only their pro rata hfiare of the entire production. which i to be limited to sales mado in advance by wholesale grocers. Ono of the largest sugar dealers in the city Baid in reference to the agreement: " The refiners aro now making a r,ro Pt of only 1-15 of a cent per pound on the ugar handled by them. Ibey are restricted to this profit because at ?g of a cent er pound between cost refined and soiling price a foreign beet cu:ar would come into the market in such quaniiitrs as to prevent the placing of the product of American refiners. To day telegrams were received asking for quotations in German beet suar, and that article, fav ored as it is by a high bounty to the pro ducer by the- German Government, is looming up promptly as a menace to the refining busines. "Here there seems to be no attempt to boycott it, however, but individual re finers and the trut, acting together, will take whatever steps they deem necessary to prevent it or any other forin refined suar from finding a market here." The Senate Investigating Committee of New York is still industriously driv ing into the affairs of the SugarTrust, though with vry little result. On the 8rh, Henry Gray, the reciver of the North River Kefining Co., stated that he had been threatened by luo trust's officers. Chile's Terrible Plight. The first reliable and authentic in formation which has come from Chiio for over a month was received on the 11th inf-t. from the New York World's correspondent at Buenos Ayres. It is a3 follows: The revolution in Chile now amounts to a civil war. Rapine, violence, con fi -Millions, arbitrary arrests, complete overturning of the laws, treachery and everything else almost that is bad, pre vail. Trade is nearly at a fctandstill.and the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals are closed, a3 the judges found them selves without authority. Piesident iialmaceda has assumed functions which the Czar of Russia would hesitate to grasp. Th actual situation from a purely military stand point is difficult to compiehend. Not a word of reliable news comes Ky trans andine telegraph. The mails afford scanty protection for correspondence and the censorship over the press pre cludes a truthful presentment of the news. The revolutionists have thu3 far won most of the skirmishes and battles that have occurred.' Iialmaceda has no funds legitimately acquired, and he confis cates the property of those who do not support him. He called on the banks for 11,000,000 pesos. The manager re fused, and he was at once thrown into prison. Italy Cooling Off. Baron Fava, the former Italian Minis ter to the United States, has sailed for home, and the New Orleans lynching and the international complications to which it gavo rise have been relegated to diplomatists to settle. There was a flurry in Rome and Washington on the 10th in consequence of a rumor that Italy had demanded reparation by the 14th or would send Minister Porter home and withdraw the Italian diplomatic corps from Washington. This proved a canard, and it arose ont of King Hum berts alleged indignation on seeing some cartoons in the American comic papers, in which he was personated as a mon key. The Italian papers are still thirst ing for war, but Blaine's reply that this country wanted neither to be bullied nor hurried in the negotiations has quited down the Rudini Ministrj. Miller's Party in Central America. Dispatches from Grey town etato that President Warner Miller, of the Nicar agua Canal Co., and the capitalists who are with him, have started inland over the route of the canal and are expected to reach Nicaragua on the 15lh inst. They will go clear to the Pacific termin ous before returning to New York. Reciprocity. It is announced io Washington that the basis of a reciprocity treaty between the United States and Spain ha3 been agreed upon between Presmer Castillo and General E. Burd Grnbb the United States Minister. It is known that Gen eral Grubb had instructions to open negotiations when he went to Madrid. The Now York World has a special .from Rio de Janeiro saying that the Europe'ah mercantile community is mov ing every power that can be exerted to prevent tho ratification of the new com mercial treaty of reciprocity between the United States and Brazil. Whether Brazil will sanction the treaty is deemed very doubtful. A special commissioner left San Do mingo April 7th for the United States to conclude a reciprocity treaty on the iines laid down by Blaine and the Mc Kinley bill. The trade is about $3,250,- 000 annnually and heavy export charges are levied by Santo Domingo. A dispatch has been received by tho Governor-General of Canada, announc ing that Secretary Blaine has fixed Oct ober 12th as the data for the coming reciprocity conference between the United States, and Canada. The Lib erals of Canada have secured several bye elections since the general election ar.d the chances aro considered good for 1 treaty being arranged. JVo Mail Contract Yet. Postmaster-General Wanamaker is evidently in no hurry to give the Ameri can steamship lines on the Pacific the benefits of the Subsidy Bill passed Pt the last se&?ion of Congress. Ue has awarded mail contracts to two South American lines, but up to the present time neither the Pceanic Company nor the Tacific Mail Company have received any attention. His deriiection in this particular is causing much dissatisfaction on this coast. President Griscome of the Inman line, one of the largest transatlanic com panies, is authority for tho statement that another American line of Atlantic steamers, aside from the one projected by Austin Corbin, will very shortly be established. It will consist of a fleet of thirty vessels, all to be manned by American seamen. Two vessels, each to be of 10,500 tons, will be at once built at a cost of $7,000,000, and it is reported that the Cramps have already secured the contracts for building the vessels. They will be 527 feet in length 53 feet beam, and will register 12,500 horse power. v San Prancisco Xews. R. W. Waterman, ex-Governor of California, died at his residence in San Diego on April 12 of pneumonia, after an illness of live days. He caught a cold last week while returning from his mines in the San Jacinto mountains, and although he was a strong and healthy man for iiis years, Ue failed rapidly from tho firt. He was tixty-tivo years of nge at the time of his dtath and came to this state in 1S50. He won suc cess at mining and ranching and left an eetite estimated at $3,00,000, which is divided in Ids will among the numer ous members of bis family. He wa3 sole owner of the Cuymaca railroad, running out of San Diego, the Cuya rnaea ranch cf 2 000 acres and the fam ous Stonewall mine in San Diego Co., one of the most valuable mining proper ties on the Coast. Four years ago Gov ernor Waterman was elected Lieutenant Governor on the Republican ticket and the death of Governor Bartlett, which quickly followed, made Mr. Waterman cliief executive of the etate. His ad ministration was not very popular owing to the fact that he was not a poli tician and that he was influenced in his official acts by unscrupulous ad visers. A private letter from Cajulco, San Bernardino County, gives further details of the reduction of tin ores in the small test mill and the reverberatory furnace, which have a capacity of about eight to:is cf ore per day. The unselected ores yielded over ten per cent of metallic tin. The second run of the furnace was to be begun yesterday, and the results will be forwarded as an exhibit to the San Fran cisco Board of Trade. The present open ing in the Cajulco mine alone will give a daily output of 100 tons of ore. A large mill and reduction works for working 200 tons per day will be ready for work by June 1st. Congressman Bowers has sent Mr. McKinley a large piece of tin and a fine bar of the metal. There is every indication that labor and capital in San Francisco are about to enter into a bitter struggle for suprem acy. On Saturday night last, owing to the exactions oi labor unions, the four great boot and shoe manufacturers of this city Buckingham & Hecht, Porter, Slessinger & Co., Calen, Nkkelsberger & Co., and Rosenthal, Feder & Co., em ploying sixty-five per cent of the boot and shoe makers of San Francisco, closed their doors and announced a lock out by informing their employees that there would be no more work for them until further notice. The lockout throws out of employment 1,050 men, women, youths and girls. Simultaneously with this many of the contractors, painters, carpenters and brickmen have united together for the ostensible purpose of resisting what they term the unjust demands cf labor, but in reality to tight the Federated Trades unions . If all the employers are earnest in their intentions not to accede to the demands of the laboring element a bt niggle such as has never been wit nessed west of the Rockiea will be the result. A dispatch from Pleasanton, Alameda county, announces that a blowing gas well has been discovered in the Odd Fellows' cemetery at that place. The gas was struck at a depth of about one hundred foot. It throws a seven-inch blaze ten feet high. Great excitement prevails in that section. The production of the opera Girofle Gircfla, by the society people, in tho in terest of charity, was a great success, and netted a large sum of money. Donald De V. Graham, the baritone, was presented with a bouquet by some un known admirer, containing a ruby ring valued at $2,000. Henry McLean Martin, a prominent merchant of this city, died during the week. Before the Coroner's Jury Maggie Mc Getty, who killed William Da Rose a few weeks ago, testified that bhe shot the deceased to prevent him from killing her. C. P. Huntington has been re-elected President of the Southern Pacific R. R. Company. Ttie Anaheim Ostrich Company have just sold 1G2 ostriches at private salo for $6,000. They were purchased by a com pany cf capitalists. The Harbor Commissioners have ac cepted bids for the construction of a por tion of the Belt railroad arounclthe water front on the Sea Wall. It is rumored that Professor Ira Rain son of John Hopkins University will be appointed President of tho university of California, vice Horace Davis, re signed. Frank Barnard, the coal dealer, has failed for $SO,000. Preparations are being made to give a proper reception to tbe remains of the late John F. Swift, Minister to Japan. American News. On April 12th Chicago was visited by a disasterous conflagration. It started on the west side near the Madison Street Bridge and destroyed a million dollars worth of property. The fire occurred in the earby evening hour. The loss would have been greater. The Government is strictly enforcing the new immigration law, which pro hibits the admission into this country of tho lame, halt, blind, vicious and pauper peoples of foreign lands. Steamship companies bringing such classes to United States ports are compelled to re turn them to tho country from which they came. The Southern California orange fes tival opened in Chicago on April 13th and was a magnificent success, being at tended by fully 20,000 people. Over 5,000 were turned away for lack of standing room. It is a great advertise ment for the State. General Spinoza the well-known Dem ocratic Congressman, of New York, died in Washington, April 14th, of nervous prostration. Ho was 70 years of age. It is stated that the Farmers' Alliance of the United Stales will nominate Judge Walter Q. Gresham for the Presidency in 1892. The attempt to enlist the Indians in the regular array has proved a failure. On April 11th the citizens of Lealand, Washiugton, formed a vigilance com mittee, captured the County Jail, and shot to death John Rose and John Ed wards, who were sentenced to be hanged for murder last November, but who were given a new trial by the Supreme Court on a technical point. The result in the Chicago municipal election last week was eo close that both Democrats and Republicans claim the victory. Senator George F. Edmunds of Ver mont, who has represented that State in tho United States Senate since 1666, has resigned and retired to private life. Andrew Carnegie, the great Iron King, has been arrested for refusing to appear in Court as a witness in a civil case. Kincard, the correspondent of . the Louisville Commercial, who shot and killed ex-Congressman Toulbee, in a political row, has been acquitted. The great showman, P. T. Barnum, died at Bridgeport, Conn., April 7, in tbe presence of his grief-stricken familv. V Foreign News. The defenses of Canada are Co be strengthened very materially. The European war correspondents are busy fostering a war cloud, and the recent cable dispatches have a very war like tone. Cmp'oyeea of George Westenholm's cutlery works at Sheffield, Eng., have struck against a reduction of five er cent in wages, due to the loss of trade becauo of the new American tariff. Bismarck's candidacy for the Reichs tag is creating a sensation in Germany. His election Ls assured. Hii return to public life is said to be greatly feared by the Emperor. . Parnell has been beaten in the Irish elections. His breach with Gladstone still grows wider. The Manipuris have revolted in India and have massacred Lieutenant Grant of the English army and many soldiers. The revolt has not been quelled. A new republic is being set up cn the Serrana banks, 125 miles cast cf Hon duras. The Czar has just escaped another effort to assassinate him. Shipping News. The Charleston, it is said, is under or ders to proceed to Honolulu, as soon as it is certain that there is no need for her presence in Chile. The San Francisco has sailed for that country and ths; Balti more and Pensacola have already ar rived there. The new Pilotage Bill which has passed the Legislature makes all coast ing vessels liable for pilotage, and will add at least $30,000 annually to the in come of the pilots. A case will ba con tested in Court. Another naval scandal has broken out at Mare Island Navy Yard. Naval Con structor Feaster has been ordered from his post for botching the repairs on the man-of-war Alert, and two of his sub ordinates have been removed from the service. It seems that there was a pre concerted effort made by several inter ested parties to send tho Alert to " Rot ten Row." The Mohican has arrived from Hono lulu and will be surveyed at Mare Island. It is thought in naval circles that she will be iound unworthy of re pair. To those who need a pleasant Tonic for any kind of debility, we can recom mend Clements' as the best. For sale by Holusteb & Co. THE Fact of our selling Aerraotors every day or two is very good evidence that the pub lic is satisfied with t'icm. An inferior article in any line may be placed on the market and will sell, quickly too, for a time, but the people learn of its inferiority and taboo it. The Aermotor 13 a new thing here but not in the United States; it is a tried invention there and has stood the onslaughts of the GREATEST Storms they have ever experienced in the Western States. While they are built of seemingly light material, its strength is such that only a wind strong enough to wreck a house will wreck an Aermotor. Nor is it built so that the work it has to perform is greater than its construction will admit of. Some people have said that the fact of the wheel making three revolu tions before pumping water in a drawback. The fact is that a WINDMILL Which has too much work to do will give way somewhere and go to pieces. The Aermotor is purposely constructed on the three-revolution system bo that the work is evenly distributed and one part will Jast as long as another. Tbe Aermotor cannot wear out, and it certainly will not rot. 'J he tilting tower is a strong feature with tbe Aermotor, because it facilitates oiling. There is no climbing up the mast to oil the mtcbiuery. A child can draw tbe wheel to the ground and place it in posi tion without assistance. We have not heard of any other mill having this, and we do not think anyone else ON These Islands has. One gentleman pur chased an Aermotor from us a few weeks ago and was so well pleased with it that he bought another last week, and will probably buy more. He has a g od supply of water and wants to distri bute over his land. The Aermotor fur nishes the power and three inch pipes tbe channel. It is wonderful what work one of these little machines will do. It is diffi cult to tell people what these Aermotors will do in an advertisement and it is hard to realize what they will do by looking at a model but from those we havo seen at work in this neighborhood we believe we could flood the EAETH With one of them if some one else would supply the spring from which we could get the water. We do not propose to flood the earth with water but we intend to flood tbe Hawaiian Islands with Aermotors because we believe them to be a good thing and an article needed by every householder, every ranch and plantation owner. They are the best investment a man can make who has any pumping to do. because they work all the time and cost absolutely nothing once they are erected. If you jive at dis tance and want particulars write to us Correspondence solicited and cheerfully answered. We are the only peopl9 here who sell them and we will be glad to give any one particulars. Address The Ha waiian Hardware Compaky, Fort street, Opposite spreckels' Block, Honolulu. 35ca SUtocrtistrntnti Painting I KERR & TURNER, 3? Fort Street, Honolulu. PRACTICAL House and Decorative i'aiiiilR PAPER HANGING, KALSOMINING, DECORATING, &c. FAU orders will receive prompt at tention. Batiifaction guaranteed. Terms moderate. 271Q-lm 1ST OTIC E. THE STMR. KINAU will sail on THUKt DAY, at 2 p. m.. for Hilo and wav ports. WILDER'S is. S. CO. 2740-2t April 21, 1591. Notice of Meeting! A MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS of the Hawaiian Agricultural Com pany will be held at the clSceof C. Brewer A Co., on TUESDAY, April 2Sth, next, at 10 o'clock a. M. J. O. CARTER, Secretary Hawn. Agricultural Co. Honolola. April 14. If 91. 2?39-2w TO LET. COTTAGE ON LILIHA SER School street. Keys at H. H. Wil liams & Co. 2723-lwtf NOTICE. ON AND A ITER APRIL 1, DR. DAY'S Ofllce Hours will be from 9 to 12 a. m., 7 to 8 P. 7:80 p.m. Sundays: 9 tO U A. M . 7 tO 2727-tf Grand Mooijlitv Picnic or tfli! THE BOAT CLUB REMOND GROVE FRIDAY EVEMN5, APRIL 24th. Music by the Royal Hawaiian Rand. TICKETS (Including Refreshments) $L5Q. yTraim will leave Honolulu at 6:45 and 7:15 p. k.; returning will Iwe GroTe at 10:00 and ll:?0r. . 2743-Ct PEESH IXL LIME For Salo by y. 2741-tf UP-TOWN News and Stationery Store. Book, BASE jBATS, BASE GLOVES, BASE BALLS, MASKS, MASKS, Etc Croquet Bet, Lawn Tennis Set. CSThc Cockroaches went a' walk ing so a CLEARANCE SALE of a quantity of slightly soiled BOOKS at llAL.b-flilUEI Fnll Lines of Fine Stationery and Office Requirements. Sir Edwin Arnold's New liook, "The Light of the World," 50cts. -TAflLETS. MEERITT TYPE WRITERS, and other Goods just to nana. THUS. G. Til HUM. 1330 13i-y PBOrKIRTOC. A. .1. SCHREIBEB, PRACTICAL MATCHMAKER amd JEWELER, Hotel St., - - - -Under the Arlington. Moderati Peices I 2092-q DK. M. E. GB0SSMAN Will Return by the 8. S. Australia, Due on the 28tb inst., and Resume Practice at his former Office 98 Hotel Street. Honolulu. April 11, 1881. SUN NAM SING, J?"o. 109 Nuuauu Btreeti Begs to call tho Attention of the public to their large and well selected Stock of Japanese Goods, Suitable for this market, which will t sold at lowest prices. 2702-q FURNISHED ROOMS. FORT -ST. HOUSE, No. 161 Fort Street. ELEGANT FURNISHED ROOMS either single or en suite, at reason able rates. Hot and cold water baths and all modern conveniences to be found in a first-class house. Apply on the premises to 2710-lm WM. P. CROOKS. W. ii. SALTER, "WATC H1MAKEE Cine Htreet, next to. Lincoln'. Cheapest and best place to get your Watch or Clock Repaired in a first-class manner. Repairs to Musical Instruments; Fine Mechanical Work ; Electroplating and Gilding. All work warranted for twelve months. 2675-q FOR ! THE PREMISES ON KAAUC raanu street, at present occupied by T. II. Davies & Co.. and ad joining their new building, or particulars enquire of J AS. U MCLbA., at lcter-Isiand 3. N. Co.'s office. 208-lw-tX HEALANI UACKFELD CO. ffl CO-F 2Cct Cliirtrttflcmtnta. Summe i' season ie B U H The Freshest Powder ! The Largest The Cheapest Place to Buy! The Sole Agents for the Genuine Buhach! BENSON, SMITH & Co. 118 and 115 ?65T CANADIAN The Only Liquors iu the World Which Afford tho Consumer a Government Guarantee, ' TraJe," an English journal published in the interest of the Wine, Spirit and Brewing trades, ha the following article in the issue of July 5, 1890: " Age has its advantages, notab'y in whisky. Ho other quality cau equal that of maturity, nothing else can contribute to even tho fineet and purest whisky the round, soft ud mellow characteristics secured by gen uine age. We have it on th'tt highest medical authority that the use of pure and fully matured whisky Ys not only not deleterious, but is even very beneficial to the system. It is the raw, crude and unadulterated spirits that work the mlrchief with one's constitution, and until oar Leg islature has made us as secure from this pernidcus fituff as our Canadian friends are, we cannot claim for whisky an unqtijfiod position among beverages.. "In Canada there jTTWfctsitrfrrBiSr spirit from being sold uatil it Las arrived at tho ago of two years, and to ensure this the Government retains it in its possession for that length of timo after manufacture a precaution that is not taken by any other gov ernment in the world. Not only has the consumer of whisky In Canada the advantage of an enforced minimum age ; they have also this security the benefit of which ij hhared by the producer that every bottle of whisky has its age guaranteed by the Government." X7In one particular only, but that a very important one, is the article above quoted incorrect, viz: In the statement that " Every bottle of whisky has its age guaranteed by the Government." The distiller, or any other person, may bottle whisky in Canada away from the Government control ; but to provide a much needed security to consumers tho Government permits distillers, (and dis tillers only), to bottle under excise supervision ; the spirit in fact remaining in bond, and the process of bottling closely watched by officers, until the official stamp has been placed over tbe capsule. In no other way can the guarantee mentioned be obtained aCCWo havo never put up a bottle of nhieky without the Government guar antee, and no goods purporting to bo ours are genuino unices they bear over our branded cork and cansule the Excise stamp of the Dominion of Canada. ECrOva Whiskies are all matured in barrels, in rack warehouses warmed by steam during the cold season, with a capacity of 72,000 barrels, equal to 3,500,000 gallons. This has been demonstrated to be the most perfect system in use. HIRAM WALKER A SONS, L'D., DISTILLERS, Walkerville, Ontario, Caxauk. WE NOW OFFER FOR SALE: Canadian "Club" Whisky, 1883, ex "Faust," 306 days from New York, at $24.00 per Case. " Imperial Rye Whisky' 1884, ex "Wakefield," at $21.00 per Ca&e. 'Special Rates to purchafiers of W. C. PEACOCK & CO. Sole Agexts fob thf. LI amtaitan Islands, Honolulu, H. I. P. O. Box 504. 13C2 2CSS PACIFIC HAEDWAEE 5 Fort Street, LUBMC ATING OILS! iD" VACUUM OILS A SPECIALTY J2& Fence Wire of Superior Quality ; Galvanized and Plain Fence Staples. PLOWS, HARROWS, A new invoice of Planet, Jr. Cultivators, and Horse Hoes. MANILA and SISAL ROPE, HIGH TEST KEROSENE OIL, CYCLONE WINDMILLS, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, LAMPS, y CHANDELIERS, LANTERNS. Lawn Mowers, Stoves, Tin Ware. Apents for tho Best Brands of RUBBER 79-q HOSE. Tin. Weekly Gazette and Daily P. CAdvertiser AliK TIIIC LKADINO OK THK NuiNGDQJV- J ..oi the uental science, ain by the use of loan premises. AND HAVE THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. Inn A C H ! Cans! Fort Street, - q WHISKIES! above Goods iu Bond. 3m Both Telephones 40. CO., LU, Honolulu. U i FINE T00IS I MECHANICS JUST RECEIVED loo OhestH and Rcl'rigerntoiv, The favorite paterns ; a large assortment. -A.it. Rooms Mclncrny Hall 25,01)0 feet New Picture Mouldings, latest Rtylefi.J A New Invoice of ARTOTYI'ES, ETCHINGS. rilOTOGKAVUKF.K, Etc., Etc. Windsor & Newton's Colors, Brushes, and Artists' Vateriils CULTIVATORS, ASD AGR'L IMPLEMENTS