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Finance Tiepabtment.
BUBEAU OF CtJ8TOM8,
Honolulu, H. I., July 22, 1891.
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Importers of Keio;ene and other oils
are hereby notified that hereafter the
Keeper of oils will deliver oil from the
Kakaako Warehouse from 7 a. m. to 12 m.,
and from the O. R. & L. Co.'s Warehouse
from 1 to 4 p. m., each day except Satur
days and Sundays.
G. E. BOARDMAN.
2822-3t Deputy Collector.
THE DAILY
PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER
B just and fear not;
Let all the ends thou alm'tt at be
Thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's.
SATURDAY,
JULY 25, 1891.
The custom house statistics pub
lished in another column, possess
little interest besides the large ex-
port of sugar during the first half
of this year as compared with last
year. It now looks as though our
total sugar export for 1891 might
considerably exceed that, for 1890,
which was 259,798,462 pounds.
This, however, is not certain, as
nearly all the plantations have fin
ished grinding for 1891, and it is
difficult to estimate what the re
maining half year will turn out.
" THE PARNELL OF HAWAII."
1
On the first page of to-day's
issue will be found two interviews
between press reporters of San
Francisco and Robt. W. Wilcox,
who claims to be the Hawaiian
Parnell. These interviews may be
received as substantially correct
and approved by him, as copies,
mailed by him, have been received
by various parties here. To pose
as a hero has seldom been success
fully accomplished even by the
most ambitious demagogues, and
to be called a "Parnell" will here
after have a two-fold meaning,
and many there be who can justly
claim to be his equal in sinking to
the lowest depths of social and
conjugal infamy.
Were it not that wrong im
pressions are given by these inter
views it would hardly be necessary
to contradict anything they contain.
Every one here knows that very
little weight is to be given to much
that is reported in these interviews.
Passing by the foolish statements
about Mr. Wilcox's princely con
nections, it is of more importance
that he is not American in his
tastes and feelings. He was Ital
ianized by his stay in Italy. He
preached to the people here during
the last election campaign about
the classes in Europe. He talked
with approval of the aristocracy,
evidently classing himself there. It
is pretty well understood also that
he means '' American " when he
says " Missionary." Ee has taken
up the cry of " Hawaii for the Ha
waiians," as a fine catch sentiment
to get votes and it will get them,
too, but it is not for the good of
the Hawaiian, nor for the perpetu
ation of the race, but in order to
get into the government. He can
never get there in the ordinary
course of events, for he has not
sufficient ability, a fact which is
thoroughly recognized by Her Ma
jesty as well as by his own party.
In no country is the government
more thoroughly representative
than here, but Wilcox and others
do not want this, they desire abso
lute control by the minority of the
nation.
THE PLANTERS' MONTHLY.
This sterling periodical for the
current month contains the usual
variety of matter relating to plant
ing and agricultural products gen-
Brson,DA short extract from a
"ower recom-
In advert.
Using Or,
PIERCE'
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the assurance is
givan that we are SJ
offering the Ileal N
Trass in tne worm
Thin Ceiabrated Annli.
ance has been extensively V
'sild for manv rears snd has
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TladlMllv feared thonawu
ands orcses of Kapture! This is anjl I
Electric Trans (the only sacoesBrui pciv i
- bin invented); has no Iron Hoops or Btel
Springs ebout it, and being elastic, can be worn
wUh ease and comfort Night and ax. It s a per
reet reteliier I 9hor further particulars a
JTrnitm send 4c. in stamps for PsmpnietSo.1 an
nCnCP'DCn that Dr.Piercs's Genuine Elect
ft U Eli D L II Trusses contain onr MTa.se SI
' "atu iiactly like that shown at top jjf tliii
dvertlaemeut. Beware ol inferior imitations
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other amusing paragraphs
IS
the
following:
" A kind of harvest-home takes place
at the end of the crop gathering upon
each estate. A cart laden with the last
canes is drawn by mules decorated with
ribbons, and attended by a crowd of la-
borers.the principal women being attired
in wmte musun. xne mm auu umer
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estate buildings are gay with colored
kerchiefs, which do duty as flags. Home
ancient negro is put forward to make a
speech to the planter, which he often
.nes with considerable humor and ad-
ilrfiss: thn the planter replies, and a
trlass of falernum, a beverage com-
pounded of rum, lime-juice ana syrup, is i
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handed round to each, uancmg men
beurins. and is carried on to a late hour
to the sound of fiddles and tambourine.
Sometimes the proceedings are varied
hv the introduction of a 'trash man,'
i. e., a figure stuffed with cane-trash and
tied on the back ol a mule, wmcn is
finallv let loose and gallops about with his
incongruous burden to the delight of the
spectators."
The whole sketch is well worth
perusal, if it be only for compan-
son with hie on our Hawaiian
plantations, and to show how far
hehind us are such ancient estates
as that described. .
CUSTOM STATISTICS.
FINANCE DEPARTMENT.
Bureau of Customs, )
Honolulu, H. I., July 23, 1891.)
His Excellency Samuel Parkeb, H.
M.'s Minister of Finance ad in
terim.
Sir: I have the honor to submit to
Your Excellency the table of the prin
cipal domestic exports of the Hawaiian
Islands, for the quarter enamg o uuo ou,
narativft table of exports
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for r x months. compared wuuwr
responding penoa, iyu.
1 have the honor to De, sir,
Your most obedient servant,
G. E. Boardman,
Deputy Collector.
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Iady Mdcdonald,
The Queen of England has raised
Lady Macdonald to the peerage.
This high acknowledgement of the
services which the deceased Pre
mier of Canada rendered to- the
British Crown is well deserved.
and were Sir John still alive, noth
ing would be more pleasing to him
than this distinction of his faithful
wife, who will be one of the few
English ladies that are entitled to
a vote in the House of Lords. A
seat within the precincts of the
House is granted to all wives of
peers, but a vote is a distinction
possessed only by a very limited
number of ladies. "The loyal Cana
dians are very enthusiastic over
the news, which was officially an
nounced in London recently, for
they feel that the Dominion" shares
the honor of Lady Alacdonald's
distinction. News Letter.
NEW GOODS to the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.
Invoice Lamp Chimneys, Gal van-
8torcnd Buckets, Tea Kettles,
Aral Jnhhi..-
Send or leave orders wic
Central House, Alakea near no..
or with A. Dor ward, at house ad k-"
Honolulu Library, opp. Y. M. C. A.
- CTBell Tel. 622, Mutual 398. $
2747-1tf fe Ice
NOTICE.
FROM AND
this date we wi'
responsible
freight after i
yum
ELI
been landed. Parties to whom .
consigned must be at the landing Lt'd.
their freight ' t '
WILDER'S STEAMS '
Honolulu, Sept. 5,1830. - I
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co;s
IDEAL BOOEING !
EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS:
Ha bdm an Peck Co.,
Piano Manufacturers,
Warerooms. 138 Fifth avenue.
Office and Factories, 48th and 49th sts.
and 11th and 12th avenues.
New York.
Gentlemen Your P. & B Roofing has
been on t.e roof of our Piano Factorv.
vdva. sc. ana xsorin Kiver, during one sum
mer ana winter, and we take pleasure in
stating that it has given us better satisfac
tion than any roofing material we have
ever had With Your Roofing we
have had no tboublb whatever
we have a solid protection aeainst all sorts
oi weatner, ana no aanger ol leakages.
xnere is no piace on tne roof las vour
paint cements the joints solidly) where
any moisture can enter or even fine drift
ing snow find a lodgment. As the New
York Board of Fire Underwriters class it
the same in Fire Risks as a Tin Roof, we
feel as well protected as regards risks of
ignition. We gladly allow you to refer any
one to this factory or to print this letter if
you so desire.
White, Gillespie & Thayer,
Stamford, Conn. .
Gentlemen Whatever value an un
solicited, spontaneous indorsement of
your Roofing may have (and it ought to be
the best kind of testimony), you are en-
uuea to li. ljast iau we covered a large
warehouse with your material, laying it
accurumg 10 your airecuons ana our own
common sense, and we are much satisfied
with how it turned out. Our fac
tories here have gravel roofs, and Ditch
roofs, and tin roofs, but hone give the
satisfaction or promise of Yours, and we
want more of it.
AFTER SIX YEARS.
East Oakland. Cla.,
Aug. 8th, 1890.
Gentlemen We have been using vour
heavy Roofing on our out buildings for
over Six Years, and it has proved itself to
be a very durable roohng.giving no trouble.
thoroughly watertight and even better
than you represent it to be ; we can confi
dently recommend it as a hrst class rooting.
l&lgnedj HIE (JALA. UOTTON MILLS CO.
Per T. Y. Miller, Sec'y.
N. Clark & Sons,
San Francisco.
Gentlemen We take great pleasure in
recommending your Pa ratline Roofing not
only for its superior water proof qualities.
but as a roof that is light, requiring in
large buildings no neavy truss system, as
is the case with shingle or metal roofs, and
as a roof that can be laid with the least
possible pitch.
On our factory at Alameda Point which
is 110 ft. wide, we gave it a pitch of one
men to the foot, which is all that is re
quired.
There is on our roofs over 4.000 square
yards of the roofing, and notwithstanding
tne neavv rains last winter and the snow
storm, not a drop of water has entered tbe
Duuaing tnrougn tne root.
Signed! N. Clark & Sons.
M'frs. and Dealers in Vitrified Iron
stone Sewer Pipes, Water & China
ney .f ipes and Tops.
New York Board of Fire Underwriters,
uoara oi burveys, liowel liuildmg,
New York.
The Paraffine Paint Co., 48 Maiden lane
Dear Sirs At the last meeting of the
Committee, the Roofing Material present
ed by your company was duly considered
and tbe same will rank at the same rate as
tin roofs. Signed. Jas. Harrison,
Maimger.-
A. A. Griffing Iron Co.,
Jersev Citv. N. J.
Gentlemen As we manufac
ture onlv radiators which are finite hnavv.
our works, which cover six acres, are
necessarily but one story high, and require
ft larpfi amount: nf rnnfinc After frvino
nearly everything we could find, we have
n A. I.L. 1 Z X 1 A. SV O T-
cumtj mj vus conclusion mat your r. x Jo.
Roofing is the best, and our continued or
ders are perhaps the best recommendation
Y-
we can oner you.
Signed. . A. A. Griffing Iron Co
P. &. B. PAJNT AS A FIRE-RESIST
ING COMPOUND.
Chinese Camp,
. Tuolumne Co.. Cala.,
June 24th, 1890.
Paraffine Paint Co
Dear Sirs The following experience
mat i nave nad witn your jf . & jb. com
Dound will sneak for itself na in the morifo
of your article, and I take much pleasure
in giving you me iacis.
On June 15 a fire hroke oni in a hm'Mino
adjoining mine. The building was totally
iuusuuicu uy me nitiues, ana me nying
sparks and cinders were failing in great
numbers on mv roof covered with vonr p
& B. The effect was to soften the mate
rial only,, the paint came off in flakes but
did not ignite or burn. Please send me a
bund of your P. & B. Paint. Needless to
add I am highly pleased with it.
Signed. Henry Morris.
Wm G. Irwin & Co ,'LU,
Are Sole Agents for the
PARAFFINE PAINT COMPANY
for the Hawaiian Islands, and keep a
Stock of their Goods on hand, viz.:
ROOFING,' PILE COVERING,
PAPER AND PAINTS,
ROOF PAINTS In BROWN and RED.
2824 1385-1 w
CHAS. BREWER & CO8
Boston Line of Packets.
IMPORTERS WILL PLEASE
take notice that the fine
BARK AMY TURNER,
Capt. Johnson.
Will be laid on the berth in Boston to leave
for this port on Sept. 15, 1891, if suffi
cient inducement offers.
E&'Fot further particulars apply to
2651 1356-q 0. BREWER A CO.
NOTICE.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
started a Tannery at lwilei close to the
Slaughter house, informs the public that
he will purchase hides and do all business
concerning the line of Tannery, and has
on hand all kinds of Leather for sale at
reasonable prices.
2805-3m JOAQUIM DA GRELLA.
Japanese Employment Office
H
AS MOVED TO NO. 23 MAUNAKEA
street. Mutual Telephone No. 574.
2772-lm
PARAFF1NE PAINT
Hawaiian Hardware Co,, I'd,
Monday, July . 20. ,
Every steamer, as well as
sailing vessel, brings us some
thing useful and often orna
mental,; things which you are,
oerhaos. in daily need ot. An
- frvrr is one of
them. They save trouble, pre
vent dyspepsia, and give you
potatoes that are palatable ana
free from grease. They are so
superior to the old style uten
1
sil that you will not be without
one once you have tried it.
You know what it is to have
a miserable light dangling un
der your brake, don t you?
Well, we offer you a lantern
that does not need another one
to show where the light is. We
refer to the " Dietz Carriage
Lamps." A perfect minature
head light that throws the light
twenty feet ahead of the horse.
We've sold a lot of them, and
people tell us that they are the
best thev have ever tried.
Nickel or Japan as you prefer.
I he nnre is the same, bo is
the light.
How do you do about ice
water ; make it in a pitcher or
use a cooler? We like
cooler, (if you don't use a fil
ter), because it saves trouble,
and the water is iced at all
times. The ice lasts longer.
you know, if kept from the air.
This last lot of Coolers re
ceived includes some in imita
tion hard woods, shaped like a
small kegr Others are the
regular shape, and a decided
ornament to any room. They're
all good in quality and will
last a life time.
We have another novelty
this week, -came just in the
nick of time too. It's a little
pocketable dark lantern, in
nickel ; throws a good light,
and is as pretty as it is useful
for what it is intended. The
mysterious individual who
prowls around at night in his
bare feet makes it necessary
for one to look about the house
before retiring. Dirty foot
prints are not desirable any
where, and this lantern is just
the thing to enable one to see
in
the dark corners without
being seen. Policemen in
England use them altogether.
So do bicyclists. We think
they are handy to have about
the house, if only to use in
going to the stable occasion-
m
ally.
More Ice Chests and Re
frigeratorsbest made wheth
er on scientific principles or
on a bench. Earthenware
lined and nothing about them
to become ill smelling, not
even the price. There's no
question about it, food lasts
longer and keeps better in
them than in any other refrig
erator ever brought here.
We're talking about Monroes
make now ! same one we
mentioned two weeks ago. If
you want a good refrigerator
this is the one to buy, - you
are not particular, anything
will do.
The little filters and candle
sticks we told you of last week
are going about as rapidly as
anything we have offered you
lately. Customers seem to
think as we do about them :
everyone says they are a good
thing. What do you say ? -
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., ID.,
(Opp. Spreckels Block),
FORT STREET.
BY JAS. F. MORGAN :::5::
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For Sale at Auction. Fire-Proof, Burglar-Proof, Fir,
have received instructions to Sell at
Public Auction, at my feaiesroora
on Queen Street,
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 1st,
AT 13 NOON",
36
Residence Lob
AT KALIHI,
About a quarter of a mile beyond the
Karaehameha School.
Following is a plan of the lots:
BECKXEY STREET
The lots have been laid out and divid
ed in such a manner and size as to bring
them within the reach of all who desire
a home of their own within convenient
distance from the business center of the
city.
The location and general advantages of
these lots are unequaled bv any property
of tbe kind offered in this city for years.
Situated at the mouth of Kalihi valley,
at a good elevation, pure air and health
f ul conditions are assured
A 11 these lots front on Kaili avenue 55
feet wide.running through the place con
necting King and Beckley streets, and
being the widest streets in the suburbs of
Honolulu.
The lots are situated at less than 3
minutes' walk from the terminus of the
King street Tram Cars.
WATER The plans are perfected,and
it is now the intention of the Govern
ment to lay an 8 inch water main along
the line of King street from the foot of
Liliha street to the road passing the Ka
lihi churches, from which extension
water is expected to be available within
8 months. For the present, water for
domestic purposes can be obtained iroin
Kamehameha School premises.
iMuia- uiNK tiA-Lc UAStl, Dal-
ance in one year at 9 per cent., secured
iC A large map of the property can
be seen at my Salesroom, Queen street,
where all desired informuiiou can be
given. . '
J" as. F. JVEorgaii,
2820-td AUCTIONEER.
NOTICE.
THE STOCKHOLDERS Off thr it a
w aii an Mercantile CVv ra HUI,;rn,.c. r
. uvouvuo KJl
disposing of their Store at Puehuehu, Ko-
uaia, aim win oe pleased to hear from any
one disposed to make an offer.
We the undersiened will h lo fi
nish any particulars regarding the prenii-
(Amount of annual business, $60,000.)
Signed, J AS. RENTON.
JNO. HIND,
tt , tli,0BT- WALLACE.
Kohala, Hawaii, July 10, 1891. 2815-2w
Red ward & Howell Notice
TIDE UNDERSIGNED, BEING FULLY
J- authorized to settle the business of
Redward fc Howell (dissolved), hereby
gives notice to all persons having claims
against said farm, to present them at once,
and all persons indebted to said firm to
make immediate payment to the. under,
signed, at his office over Bishop & Co 's
Bank. W. F. ALLEN,
JnW is "irqi Ass5Snee F- H- Redward.
July 15, 1891. 28I6-2w
Election of Officers.
ATkTSE A.NNUAL MEETING OF
fr. l5e Hanalei Sugar Mill Company, held
this day, the following officers were elected
for the ensuing year:
President. .Cfaas. Koelling
Vice-President J. N. S. Williams
Secretary J. O. Carter
Treasurer Geo. H. Robertson
Am,ltor .......J.O. Carter
. J. O. CARTER,
Secretary Hanalei Sugar Mill Co.
Honolulu, July 20, 1891. 2821-lm
Election of Officers.
LilAL; MEETING OF C.
dav trip fnliX-; pwiy' d- beld this
offfcers to? ?SS!ffiJWtod as
year: oi iue current
Paily Advertiser 50c.; per month.
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ON NEW AND
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West Cor. Nuuanu and Kin
P. O. Box 480.
Honolulu, H. I..
Prompt Returns Made on Goods Sold on
Steamer and Veranda Chairs for sale
Single and Double Bedroom Sets for sale
Single and Double bets Harness, Surcingles, Whips Thin
Saddles for sale v 1 "aies
Books, by standard authors, only 50 cents, for sale
Extra quality balety Matches, 75 cents a gross, for sale
ah manes oi secona-nana Dewing Machines for sale
Meat Pafes Tee Boxes, Stoves Rugs, Sideboards Whfw I
Mosquito Nets, Tables, Chairs, . Baby Cribs'and ? ' H
Mirrors, Hanging Lamps, Chandeliers, Crockerv an
Feather rillows, Uea Lounges, Sofas, Clothes Basket di" ,,u
Spring & Hair Mattresses, Wardrobes, Brown and Blae MottledSoJ
Sold at the LOWEST CASH PRICFS at the I X L inoti. .
House, corner of Nuuanu and King Streets, ,
S. W. LEDERER,
S?"Store Open Saturday Evenings Till 9 O'clock.
ANTS MUST G(
That is, If You Use
HOLLISTEK'S ANT
THEY'RE AN AWFUL NUISANCE, BDT THfc
KNOCKS THEM Oil
IN THE FIRST ROUND.
X7- THERE ARE
MANY KINDS OF ANT
MARKET,
BUT NOlE
SO EFFECTIVE AS THAT
PREPARED BY
TJAT T TUmijTD Q
J JjJJ lO X JjlX ; ffi
CO.,
2651-q
PACIFIC HAEDWAEE
Fort Street, Honolulu
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The EDDY Refrigerators and Ice ChertJ. J m j-- dflrabIe.
njrD given BatiBiaction. iney are pui" ppffZER w f
sold hundreds, nro ono.aiiv l-nnwn and aDpreciaieu T, re
hand from a large invoice just received from the factory,
patterns. varices.
gWtf keep reliable goods and sell pnasonu.v r
inos flfil
E. HOEESCHLAEGBB &
CORNER KING JLkNJ BETHEL sTS
OfrW Wot Sale
ONE WESTERMAYER SEMI-GRAND with mn olJ;'
WESTERMAYER'S CABINET PIANOS in JjSate.
latest improvements and made expressly lor
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