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biULX FAOiFLC COMMERCIAL ADVERTI8EB APRIL 30f 1891.
Bn 3ut!)aritri.
To Depositors in the Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank.
Notice is hereby given that on applica
tion at the Treasnry, Coupon EVnd will
be issued in denominations of 11000, $500
and $100. bearing interest t the rate of
Five Per Cent. (5 oer cent.) per annum,
payable semi-annually. These Bonds are
issued under the authority of the Act, ap
proved on the 6th day of August, 1890, and
styled the " Postal Savings Bank Loan."
II. A. WIDE1IANN.
Minister of Finance.
DKPAKTME5T OF FXSAHCK, )
Hosolclu, H. I.. April if, 1891. f
2735 1370-tf
SPECIAL NOTICE.
All transient advertisements and sub
scriptions must be prepaid.
'Carriers are not allowed to sell
papers, nor to receive payments from
subscribers.
Single copies of the Daily Adveb-
naia or Weekly Gazette can al
ways be purchased from the News
Dealers or at the office of publica
tion. 46 Merchant street.
Subscripuonn for the Daily Adver
tiser and Weekly Gazette may be
paid at the publication olfice, 46 Mer
chant street, or to the co'lector.
J. W. Prestos, who is authorized to
receipt for the same.
9"BATd Daily Advertiser, $150
per quarter, or $6 00 a year.
Wkexlt Gazette, $5.00 a Year in
advance.
Any subscriber who pays for either
paper one year, strictly in advance,
will receive one copy of the Toub
I8TH' GriDE " as a premium.
Vn Dollars reward will be paid for
information that will lead to the
conviction of any one stealing the
Daily or Weekly left at theoffice or
residence of subscribers.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
H. M. Whitxey, Manager.
THE ADVERTISER CALENDAR.
Aprlli 1891.
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April 15.
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Moon.
THE DAILY
PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER
B Jai fear nt;
lt all th radt thn clm'st t b
Thf Country'.?, thj God', hcA Truth's.
THURSDAY,
APRIL 30, 1891.
A day or two before the close of
Congress, a bill which had been in
troduced by Senator Sherman, was
p&S3d, which guaranteed to Ha
w&ii all the benefits secured to her
by the reciprocity treaty. One of
the stipulations is that all sugars
commonly known as "Sandwich
Island sugar," shall be admitted
free of doty. Very soon after the
treaty "went into force, the ques
tion was raised whether all island
sugars, no matter how light cr how
high they polarized, could pass in
free. This was decided by an order
frora the Treasury Department at
Washington, admitting all un
washed sugars not exceeding No.
20 Dutch Standard. Senator Sher
man's bill was intended to fiecure
the concession of this and any
other benefits given by the treaty,
wherever a doubt might arise. In
another coium is an article copied
from .Yiiiett& Gray's Sugar Circu
lar, cajling attention to this, and
indicating 'that a considerable por
tion of our white sugars might find
a market if sent to the Atlantic
ports. Doubtless arrangements can
be mad) to secure this Eastern
market for a portion of our crop,
at better prices than can be ob
U'nedin.San Francisco. . -1 .
EXTRACT FROM THE HAWAIIAN
BECIPitOCITY TBEATY.
(From Willett & Gray's Sugar Ctrcukr.)
Aimers-1.- For and in consider;
of tiu rights and privileges granted oy
His Majesty the King of the Hawaiian
Islands in the next succeeding article of
this convention, and as an equivalent
therefor, the United States of America
hereby agree to admit all the articles
named in the following echadalehe
same being the growth and manufacture
or produce of the Hawaiian Islands, into
all the porta of the United States free of
duty.
"Schedule: Arrow-root; castor-oil;
bananas, nuts, vegetables, dried and un
dried, preserved and unprer-erved ; hides
and skins, undressed; rice; pula; seeds,
plants,, shrubs or trees; muscovado,
brown and all other unrefined eusrar,
meaning hereby the grades of sugar
heretofore commonly imported from the
Hawaiian Islands and now known in
the markets of San Francisco and Port
land as 'Sandwich Island sugar;'
pyrups of sug&r-caue, melada and mo
lasses; tallow."
It will be seen from the above
extract from the treaty that Sand
wich Island sugars are not limited
to No. 16 D. S. in color, but are
free of duty for any color of unre
fined sugar. Our Government needs
the Island, and will not be paticu-
lar about color,
The character of these sugars is
JO. fn. W. (Tb. Ft. 8a.
13 3 4
6 7 ! 10 TT
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30 31 33 33 34 It
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of the very best. They are ary,
and of fine even grain.
The No. 16 D. S. in color oi tms
sugar is sure to test almost as high
as trranulated sugar. There will
be a good demand for theso sugars
from confectioners, bakers, canners
and tobacconists, and if above No.
16 D. S. for domestic uses outside
of the sugar bowl. Some portion
of the crop should be sent East for
a market, but only selected high
color and high test.
The present crop of the IslancU
is about 120,000 tons,which is more
than the requirements of the Pacific
Coast: but if we are right m our
expectations, the crop can be in
creased, and find a ready sale in
the Eastern markets for direct con
sumption. Selected dry sugars of No. 16
D. S. and upwards can be shipped
bv sail direct from the Islands to
New York. All lower grades can
be sold for refining in San Fran
cisco. There has been some disposition
shown by the Hawaiian Govern
ment to cancel the present treaty,
but we think it will be found that
a specially profitable trade is wait
ing in the United States for their
production of dry, high color, and
98 to 99 degs. testing augar, which
cannot be found for this sugar in
any other country. No other coun
try except Java produces similar
sugars, and the importation of Java
sugars is limited to No. 16 D. S.
We see no reason why the Sand
wich Islands may not make a No.
20 D. S. unrefined sugar for the
United States trade under the pres
ent treaty, which would come into
direct competition with granulated
sugar for many uses.
It will not be well for the Islands
to abrogate the treaty until they
have tested this new business thor
oughly. The fact that they are
not limited to No. 16D. S. in color,
while other countries are, may
prove of more benefit to them than
the former state of things, as it
opens to them a trade for an un
limited production, whereas here
tofore their production has been
kept down nearly to the limited
requirements of. the Pacific Coaat.
Tms may prove one of the surprises
of the new tariff.
CORRESPONDENCE.
Wdo not ho!d onraalvM rtpeasibl for tbe
statements latAt, jr opinion txpiMMd by our
oomapondentfl.
Public Condemnation.
Mr. Editor: It :s a.pity that tbe
manager of the street car line has
not the vim to have the
brakes of the cars and the
wheels repaired so that the public
can ride in comfort and safety. On
the 7 o'clock car of last evening
the manager was on the car and
saw witb what difficulty the driver
worked under even to fctop, when
a passenger wished to get on, with
in half a block, let alone the pos
bilities of an accident when on
down grades like Beretaoia street.
If a person should ask the driver,
no doubt ha would say that his
breast was sore from bracing it
against the break. Traveler.
April 29th.
Supreme CourtAt Chambers.
BEFORE JTOD, O. J.
Tuesday. April 28.
In the matter of tbe guardianship
of Keknkn, a minor. Tbe mother of
the minor made a sworn statement
of tbe boy's property, consisting of
one piece of land at Aawaiolima and
other small lots, rents, etc. The said
Keknkn nominated his mother to be
guardian; she was appointed by the
Court to be guardian under $200
bond.
Wednesday, April 29.
BEFORE JITDD, C. i.
Guardianship of H. R. H. Princess
Kaiulani account. Ordered that tbe
guardian's acconnt filed by him on
the 14th inst. be approved, and that
the balance in band as trustee be
transferred to this account. A. S.
Clghorn in person.
Estate H. B. H. Princess Likelike.
Ordered that the account of A. S.
Cleghorn, trustee, filed on the 14tb
inst. be approved, and that hereafter
si:d trnstee's account be amalga
mated in his account to the Court as
guardian of H. R H. Princess Kaiu
lani. Sarah Bernhardt in San Fran
cisco. The result of the first day's sale
of tickets to the Bernhardt opera in
3a- Francisco was a total of $20,000.
The price of tickets was $3 for dress
circle, reserved; $2 for family circle,
reserved ; $1 for gallery. The first
performance was to be on the 24th
of April.
"Mine. Bernhardt's phenomenal
success in the East," said Mr. Wil
loughby, her agent, in answer to a
number of questions, 44 is chiefly due
to the remarkable genius of the
great Frenchwoman, and further to
the sensational repertoire in which
she has appeared. 'La Tosca,'
Jeanne d'Arc' and Cleopatra
illustrate a wide range of dramatic
possibilities and constitnte the most
interesting results of that famous
association of Bernhardt and Sardou.
" The business of Mine. Bernhardt
this year has been enormous and the
furor she has created seems to be a
legitimate outcome and compliment
to the business tact and energy of
Messrs. Abbey and Grau, who de
cided upon the repertoire and gave
the plajs the most sumptuous set
tings. Mme. Bernhardt opens her
season here April 24th and the en
FnJ 6nd historic one." S. F. Call.
gagement promises to be a success
LATEST FROM THE VOL
CANO. The Fires of Pele Steadily Re
turn in g
The last breakdown in the floor of
the crater, which engulfed Halemau
mau, Dana Lake., New Lake, and the
11 or 15 active blowholes surround
ing the bluffs over Halemaumau, in
cluding the bluffs themselves, covers
an area of 3,000 feet long by 200
feet wide. The sides of the break
down are nearly or quite perpen
dicular on all sides, with a debris
slope starting part way down the
side of the cliffs, and sloping to a
central point, which point i3 abont
500 feet below the level of the sur
rounding floor of the crater.
The breakdown is slightly larger
than the one of 1886. It also differs
from the one of 188b' in the following
respects: In 1886 the fire appeared
to have entirely gone out, tii-ere
seemed to be no smoke and but little
steam left, and for three months the
crater was absolutely dead and cold,
with the exception of the still warm
lava which had run out prior to tb6
breakdown. The lava then came
back slowly, and it was considerably
over a year before the whole was
tilled up again. The breakdown of
1891 left hot lava still to be seeo in
the cracks aronud the edge of the
breakdown, and dense clouds of
smoke and intense heat arising at
several points from the bank. After
a lapse of only three weeks the
molten lava again appeared in the
pit, and it is now filliug up rapidly.
The news brought by the W. G. Hall
was that up to tbe 26th inst. tbe
bottom of the pit bad filled up about
100 feet, and a lake of liquid lava
formed some 250 to 300 feet in dia
meter. This is the result of only
ten days' action. The bottom of the
pit was steadily rising and the size
of the lake increasing, and activity
snowing itself at new points every
day. Th illumination was very
bright,being visible at night at Pnna
luu, thirty miles away.
The weather is described by tour
ists returning by the Hall as simply
magnificent. A clear sky and no
rair.
Tourists desiring to see the Vol
cano will seldom have a finer oppor
tunity than the present for viewing
its wonders, as they will not only
have an opportunity to seethe liquid
lava, but the results of the stupend
ous breakdown, which will, if the
present great action keeps up, be
entirely filled up and obliterated
within a few months.
Those who visited the Volcano
prior to the collapse, can probably
recti 1 the immense lava piles to the
left of Dana Lake, aDd indeed all
around the eite of old Halemaumau,
several hundred feet in height.
When the collapse took place in
March last, all these immense ridges
snnsided.leaving a noiiow depression
3,000 feet long and 2,500 feet wide,
and 500 feet deep, making a subsi
dence from tbe top of tbe old preci
pices to the bottom of the new
sunken crater of nearly if not quite a
thousand feet. The inference is that
the molten lava was suddenly drawn
oil through some other (perhaps
submarine) opening, allowing this
immense pile of rocks to subside
and fill the space before occupied by
the lava.
To those who need a pleasant Tonic
for any kind of debility, we can recom
mend Clements' as the best. For sale
hv HOLLTSTER A Co
2Ccdj tocrttscmcnts.
C. B. RIPLEY, .
rcliitect,
Office Room 5, Spreckel's Block.
(Mutual Tel. 208).
JJW D8IG58 MODSBJT BciLDISOS.
Complete Plans and Specifications for
Every Description of Building.
Contracts drawn and careful superin
tendence of construction given when re
quired. Call and examine plans.
2753-tf
TO LET.
THREE NEW FURNISHED
Cottages in a ginvi lots My at Wai-
tri Iri A wiA tr fr.
j. t. Water house.
2753-1 w Queen st. Store.
Pound Notice.
Is
THERE WILL BE SOLD AT
the New Government, k'ound.
xkiki. on SATURLaY, May
2d. at 12 o'cImck noon, the lut
lowing describeti :i; 13";
1 Bay Hors. ' t-.cW' W W on right
leg; small white spow o.u icehead; l-Blak
Horse, two white legs.
3. KALE1,
Pound Mister.
2752-2t
For San Francisco.
THE BARK VIVAX WILL
sail for San Francisco in early
part of May. and has good
accommodation for a few pas
sengers. Kor information ap
CASTLE & COOKE,
Ageuts.
ply to
2749-6t
FOR LEASE!
THE PREMISES ON KAAHU
manu street, at present occupied
by T. H. Davies A l.'o.. and ad
joining their new building.
For particulars enquire of
J AS. L. McLEAN,
at Inter-Island s. N. Co.'s offlce.
W I
NOTICE.
ON AND AFTER APRIL 1. DR. DAY'3
Office Honrs will be 'rom 9 to 12 a. m..
i io o r. runaays: ro 11 a. . 7 to
7 :l p. m.
THE
Fact of our selling Aennotors every day
or two is very good evidence that the pub
lic is satisfied with them. An inferior
article in any line may be placed on the
market and will sell, quickly too. for
time, but the people learn of its inferiority
and taboo it. The Aerruotor is 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 ihey are built of
seenrnvly light material, its strength is
such that only a wind strong enough to
wreck a houcte will wreck an Aermotor.
Nor it it built so that the work it ha to
perform is greater than its construction
will admit of. orue people have said that
the fct of the wbeel making three revolu
tions before pumping water is a drawback.
The fact is that a
WINDMILL
Which has too much work to do will give
way somewhere and go to pieces, ihe
Aermotor is purposely constructed on the
three-revolution system so that the work
is evenly distributed and one part will last
as lung as another. The Aermotor cannot
wear out, and if certainly win not rot. I ne
tilting torer is a strong feature with the
Aermotor. because it laciutates oi.ing.
There is no climbing up the mast to oil
tne niachii ery. A cnud can iraw toe
wheel to the ground and place it in posi
tion without as.si-,tance. 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 s well pleased with it that
he bought another last week, and will
probably buy more He nas a g od
supply of water and wants to distri
bute over his land. The Aermotor fur
nishes the iower 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 'hese Aermotors
will do in an advertisement and it is bard
to reaiiz- what they will do b looking at a
model but from tho.e we have seen at
work in this neighborhood we believe we
could flood the
EARTH
With one of them if some m e else would
supply the spring from which we oult get
the wa'er. We do not propose to flood the
earth with water but we intend to flood tbe
HawxiUn Islands with Aermotors because
we believe them to be a good thing and an
article needed by every householder, every
rai.ch 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 ive at dis
tnce a d want particulars write to us
Correspondence solicited nd cheerfully
answered. We are the only people here
who sell them and we wid be glad to trive
anv one particu.ars. A-tdress The Ha
waiian Hardware Company, Fort .-trekt.
Opposite cpr eckela Block, Honolulu.
PorYokohamafi Hongkong
r
Th3 Al Steamship
Yainasliiro Maru,
YOUNG, Commander.
Will sail for the above porta, on
FRIDAY, - MAY 1st
'For Freight or Fassaee. applv to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., LU,
2753 2t
AGENTS.
DORWARD & HOWIE,
Carpenters and Builders,
ARB PREPARED TO CON
tract for all kinds of Buildings,
Store and Office Fitting, and Gen
eral Jobbing a specialty.
Send or leave orders with Mr Howie at
Central House, Alakea near Hotel treet ;
or with Mr. Dorward, at house adjoining
Honolulu Library, opp. Y. M . C. A. hall.
Bell Tel. 522. Mutual 398.
2747-lwtf
FURNISHED BOOMS.
FORT -ST. HOUSE,
No. 184 Fort Street.
ELEGANT FURNISHED ROOMS
either single or en sniie, at reason
able rates. Hot and cold water
baths and all modem conveniences to be
found in a first-class house. Appiy on the
premises to
2710-lm WM. P. CROOKS.
THE WONDER OF THE
A
NEW CYLINDER, GIVING A
chneeof titmg. Music, and Speeches
is plnoed m the Instrument every day.
jpCall and see Jhe marvellous ma
chine NOW-ON EXHIBITION AT
LVJDWIGSEN fc O RON'S
274Vlwtf Ice Cn am Parlors.
TO LET
A HOUSE COMPLETELY FTJR
nished, ready for housekeeping,
with parlor, ihne bedrooms, kitch
en, dininft room, servnnts' room, etc.. situ
ated on School street on the twa side of
the bridge; large yard in connection with
the premises; everyway desirable as a
home; t-rms reasonable. Applr to
J ALFRED MAGOON, Attorney.
2739 tf next to Post i flice.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
OF
John Kakln. of Hanalel. Kinai.
JOIIX K AKIN A OF HAA
LEI. Kauai, hariLg made an tMiznmeot
to me of all of hi property for tbe benefit ox bit
creditor with fall j nwer of Attorney to act for
him. Notice it hereby jlren to all peron hav
ing claims ac&intt tbe. atd John Kakina, to
forwlin pre-nt them to me. at my office in taid
Hanaiei. And all perrons owing aid John Ka
kin a. are requested to make immediate pay
ment to me. and ihoee barlntranyuf h'. pro
perty in their poiiion to deliver the same
tome. W. E. H. DKVERILL. Alnee.
Hanalet. Kauai. April 24. IS9. ISTl It
lT5l-lw
Daily Advertiser -50c per month.
AGE!
Edison's Phonograph !
Royal Bam Opera Hoe
L. J. LETET.
LIMES AND KAY AG EE
Mr. Levey has the honor to announce the
appearance at the Opera House,
-:F0R ONE NIGHT ONLY:-
On the arrival of the 8. S. Monowai, ON
OR ABOUT MAY 7, of
MME.
S
Under the Direction of Henry E. Abbey
and Maurice Grau, in the Great
Play in Five Acts, entitled:
"La Dame anx Camelias"
(Camille),
By Alexander Dumas the Younger.
PRICES Dress Circle. Parquette and
Front Row Balconv (reserved). J5.00; Bal
cony (unreserved). $3 00; Gallery, 12.00.
Reserved Seats can now be obtained
at the office of Mr. L. J. Levey. 2719-tt
Oceanic Steamship Company
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Th Al steamship
66
AUSTRALIA"
Oh
Will Imt Honolulu for tne above port on
Tuesday, : May 5th
A.t IS o'clock noon,
OTot Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.,
27-5261 AGENTS.
Painting !
KERR , & TURNER,
33 Fort Street. Honolulu,
PRACTICAL
House and Decorative Painting
PAPER HANGING.
KALSOMINING,
DECORATING, Ac
All orders will receire tromtt at-
tention. oatisf action guaranteed, lertns
moderate. . Z74b-lm
EJRESEC
IXL LI ME
For Sale by
B.
i
2741-tf
UP-TOWN
Book, News and Stationery Store.
BASE BATS, BASE GLOVES, BASE
BALLS, MASKS, MASKS, Etc
Croquet Sets, Lawn Tennis Sets.
JSrThe Cockroaches went a' walk
ing so a
CLEARANCE SALE
of a quantity of slightly soiled B00K8
at HALK-PRlUEl
Full Lines of Fine Stationery
and Office Requirements.
Sir Edwin Arnold's New Book,
" The Light of the World," 50cts.
5(TT A B LETS , MERRITT TYPE
WRITERS, and other Goods just to
hand.
TH0S. G. THRUM.
1336 134-y Psofkxtok.
DK. JT. E. GEOSSMAN
Will Return by the S. S. Acstnlii,
Due on the 28th inst., and
Resume Practice it his former Office,
98 Hotel Street.
Honolulu, April II, 1S81. 2738-tf
PAINTER!
IF YOU WAJST A FIRST-CLASS JOB
of Painting of any decription done,
call on the practical Painter, G. L.
MEYER only. 130 Fort St. P.O.
Box 3S7. 2748-1 y
TO LET.
COTTAGE ON LI LI HA SEAR
School street. Keya at H. H. Wil
liams Co. 2723-lwtf
Th ADERTIKK la tb Udla
Dally Ppr of tk Isiaada.
SARAH
BI
HARDT
HACKFfiLD
2Cca Hirfrtisnncnts.
ie Sammer season brings itapiitos
BUHACH!
The Freshest Powder
c
The largest Cans!
The Cheapest Place to Buy
The Sole Agents for
BENSON, SMITH & Co.
113 and 115
2651
B. E. EMers & Co,
99 FORT STREET.
The attention of Ladies is rope tfully
ot x.vv uuuua, utukl V hi !
New Silks, New Sateens, New Gloves,
NEW LACES, NEW TRIMMI&G9,
NEW EMBROIDERIES, NEW CURTAINS, NEW PINEAPPLE TISSUE,
LADIES', CHILDREN'S and INFANT'S WEAR.
ar immense Stock surpasses
prices cannot be equalled !
CANADIAN WHISKIES !
The Only Liquors in the World Which ifford the
Consumer a Government Gaarantte,
" Trade," an English journal published in tbe interest of tbe Wine, Spirit and
Brewing trades, has the following article in the issue of July 5, 1890 :
Age has its advantages, notab y in whisky. No otbr quality can
equal that of maturity, nothing else can contribute to even the tinet and
Iamt whiakv the TOOnd, soft nWUw WMt.i.liwM4Md .y n- -
nine aite. We hare it on the highest medical authority that the nse of
pure and fully matured whisky is not only not deleterious, but is even
very benefit ial to the system. Jtis the raw, crude and unadulterated
spirits that work the mischief with one's constitution, ai d until our Leg
islature has mad us as secure from this pernicious stuff as our Canadian
friends are, we cannot claim for whisky an unqualified position aiuong
beverages.
"In Canada there is a most strinjrent law in force, preventing any
spirit trom being sold until it has arrived at the age of two years, ai d to
ensure this the Government retains it in its posseeeion lor that length of
time alter manufacture a precaution that is not taken by any oher gov
ernment in the world. Not oily has the consume ot whisky in Canada
the advantage of an enforced minimum age; they have alj this security
the benefit o which is shared by the producer that every bottle of
whisky has its age guaranteed by tbe Government."
n one particular only, but
arjove quotea incorrect, viz : in tne statement that " .very bot le of hky has
its axe guaranteed by the Government." The distiller, or any other pers- n, may
bottle whisky in Canada awav from the Government control ; but to piovidw a
much needed security to consumers the Government permits distiller, (and dis
tillers only), to bottle under excise supervision ; the p rit in fact remaining in
bond, and the process of bottling closely watched bv officers, until the tfficial
stamp has been placed over tbe capsule. In no other wy can the guarantee
mentioned be obtained
'Wa hiro nnvpr nnt nn a hnttla
mm - i 71 "ut 1 ne vi u r rn in e n i guar
antee, and no goods purporting to be ours are genuine untehB they bear over our
branded cork and caueule the Excise stanin of thm n.
EmmTOxix Whiskies are all matured in barrels, in rack wuvhoui-es warmed bv
steam dunir.g the cold season, with a capacity of 72.000 bam Is equal to 3,500.000
gallons. This has been demonstrated to be the most periect system in use.
HIRAM WALKER & SONS, L'D., DISTILLERS,
Walxektills, Oxtabio, Canada.
WE NOW OFFER FOR SALE:
Canadian "Club" Whisky. 1883, ex - Faust," 306 days from New York,
fit $24.00 per ,ase.
" Imperial Rye Whisky," 1884, ex "Wakefield," at $31.00 per Case.
CJSpecial Rates to purchasers of above Goods in Bond.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.
Sot. Aoests roa the Hawahax Islands, Honolulu, H. I.
P. O. Box 504. 1363 2688-3m Roth Telephones 46.
PACIFIC HAKDWAEE CO., I'd,-
Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
Wladaor &
LUBEICATING OILS!
VACUUM OILS
Fence Wire of Superior Quality; Galvanixed and Plain Fence Staples.
PLOWS, HARROWS, SffiraMS
A. new invoice of Planet, Jr. Cultivators, and Horse Hoes.
MANILA and 8IHAL ROPE, HIGH TE.T KhROSENE OIL. CYCLONE
WINDMILLS, HOUFE FURNISHING OOLBf LAMPS.
CHAN DELI fcRH, LANTERNS.
Lawn Mowrri, Stoves, Tin Ware. A rents for the Beet Brscdi of T?TT"RTar-r
rsK HOSE.
!
the Genuine Buhach!
Eort Street,
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invited to onr complete and eleeant line
NEW PARASOI.S,
in variety all former fieaaona. and low-
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that a very important one. in th nrtiol
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FME TOOIS I MECHANICS
JUST RECEIVED
Ice Chests and Refrigerators,
The favorite paterns ; a large assortment.
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-Ajrt Eooms - Mclneniy Hall
25,000 feet New Picture Mouldings, latest styles.!
A 2s ew Invoice of
ARTC-riPES, ETCHINGS. PHOTOGRAVURES
Ere, Etc.
Newton's Colors, Bmfc.es, mi Iris' Miteriila
A SPECIALTY

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