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OA.IL. iACIFIC COMMERCIAL. AOVEHTISElt, JUL.Y 2-1. 1!3.
MAUI NEWS. A Tv.-o Day's Convention Waihiku. at Maui, July 22. At 10 a. m. Thurs day, the 21?t inst., the first clay of the second meeting c tho Maui teachers' association had a beginning in the Wailaka school hall, which wai still gayly decorated with its re ception day bunting. After calling the assemblage to order, President H. S. Townsend delivered an inau- garal address enthusiastic in the - . -r. i c(,nT,i cause of teaching and strongb re- commending local circles wun courses or reading lor tcacner3 as a means of perpetuating the interest U increasing tho benefit to bo da- , , ., . . ved frum tho present association. an Miss M. Ti. Nape of tho Makawao school then gave a short but inter- eating exposition cf her methods in teaching language to beginners. ieaiul b i "b . ,? , , Thi3 addres3 was followed by J A.Moore on "Methods of Teaching Knclish to Hawaiians." Mr. Moore's r- words were care-full listened to and excited a good deal of debate,as to the benefit to be derived by the pupils in the use of diagrams in the analysis of He illustrated tho method by send in a class of his pupils to tho black board, and if their neat and accurate work did not convince the opponents t tkn rrttnm tit lp.nst iK wdn tlifir I admiration. After lunch, at 1 p. ji. Mis3 JZ. Mnudon of the Makawao school in a clear antl conciso way ex- plained the lust step in tne ionic soi fa method, end at tho request of Mr. V. C. Crook made tho convention Binrr "doh, me, sol" using tho signs made by the hand. 31 r. UrooK alter- l wards introduced a simple song by 1 the Karoo method. In the absence of Y. L.. haliery cf. Lahaina the talk on readmg was omitted. Then followi d a report by J. Ii. DamRs in regard to an educa tional journal for the islands. He was encouraged by the receipt of letters from teachers on the other islands strongly advocating the plan. The following motion was carried that tho president of tho association appoint one teacher for each district throuznout ino isiauu: to iano lue matter in hand, and arousa nsmnch enthnsiasm as possible within their respective Jocalities. Alter fome talk about diagrams, the meeting ad journed. The attendance during tho day ex rapdfld fiftr. m03t of the Hana teachers beinir prevented from at tending, as the Fchool agent felt that he could not consistently permit tbem to close hcbcol two d:iya earlier than the appointed timu .uLcut any nfTimnl notico to that effect. Frof. and Mrs. G. V. BaM of Kameha meha, were among the visitors pres ent. At 10 a. M. on Friday thu meeting was again called to order, and Mr. H. Dickinson, of Lahaina, one cf tho most successful teachers f the tonic sol fa, gave his views concerning the teaching of music in government schools. He stated that 8G per cent, of the teachers in England and Wales used the tonic methed, and out of 500 New Jersey teachers con sulted, 49'J of them endorsed the sys tem. He illustrated his ideas very clear 'y ly by dividing tho convention into four parts which sang tho soprano, alto, tenor and bass of a Foag written on the blackboard. This event was greeted with much pleasure and in terest. At 10:10 Miss M. de Canuo of tho Paia school, iu a pleasing way, show ed to those present tho three simple principles of penmanship now iu use in Hawaiian schools. ,Sho also ex hibited a triangular bit of cardboard which would aid the pupils much in living tho correct slaut to the letters The subject of common fractious was illustrated on the blackboard by 13?nj. Kahoopai, of Han3, by dia grams, applied examples, explana tions and statements. His neat work on the board was worthy of commen dation and imitation. At 1 p. m. Miss It. E. Crook, of tho Paia school, spoke upon "School Disciplioe," advocating strongly self- ccntrol on the part of the teacher, and explained the marki ng Fystem now uced f uccefSiuiiy in ner class- room Her remarks were well re ceivej ' Mr. J. L. Dnmas, in his address on "Elements of Physical Science," ad- vocated simple lessons on the human bodv for beginners, to bo followed by teaching ideas of form, size, color, composition, etc. Plants and animals should bo introdaced in a systematic way especially those most often en countered. He most enthusiastically advocated object lessons, but upon those object- which the pupil him self could brinr? ioto the classroom, could handle, pull to pieces and describe. A vote of thanks was passed to those who had taken part in the exercises. It was then decided that the convention meet once a year; that local circles for improvement be established in tho different dis iricts; that ".Crowning's Educational Theories" be adopted as a standard; and that tho next general meeting should be held in Wailukn. After the reading of the secretary's report by Miss Mossman, the meet ing adjourned subject to tho call of the executive committee. The teachers were generally much pleased with the convention and are most grateful to their Wailnku and Waihee friends who so hospitably entertained them. STRAY SCKIEBLIXGS. Mr. Willow Baldwin departed last Saturday for Makaweli to resume bis old position. Ihe Makawao school closed on Monday, the 17th, in the presence of a largo number of parents and friends. W. A. Kiha, E:-q , of Kauai, and John Kalama, E.-q , addressed the pupils, ilrs. Avrana entertained most of tho guets by a well ap pointed luau at her residence. Tno Haiku echool in char of Mr. Charles Baldwin and Peter Xoa held rhetoricals in the Haiku church. A larpe attendances luau and speeches j by Kev. Kuia and others weroaacag j the events. Tho Wailnkn school under tho di- j rection of J. A. Moore, Misses Cun ningham, Ilogers and Akana, had its reception day on Wednesday. Crowds of people visited the different rooms in which the exercises were held. Tho Waihee school exhibited a most elaborate programme, a Colum bian piece, which caused the intro duction of thirty costumes. Tho teachers of thi3 institution are Mr and Mrs. J. L. Dumas, Misses Had ley and Horcer. The Paia school, which had its final day on Wednesday, was com- piimented by tho attendance of a large number of parents and friends Among the latter were eight teachers. The teachers in charge are Mr and Mrs. V. C. Crook, Misses K. E.Crook , , crmo T. II. Davies & Co.'s AVailuku store. managed by T. J. McLaughlin, has removed to more spacious quarters the post office building Their opening day occurs on the 2th in- pening day stant. of MrX'T A partv consisting of Mrs.T. F Lansing of Honolulu, Miss Frnser, Mes rs. Dickey, Lindsey and Ketch um, visited Haleakala yesterday. This was the third party of tho week. A pleasant little social gathering in honor of the visiting teachers was held at Sheriff Chillingworth'd on Thursday evening. There was dan cing and a pleasing lunch Mr. Uenson of Honolulu 13 looking : jjr e. R. liiven has for the in;es ent a(iopted the insurance business Th TCnmnh.imftha school bovs wkQ ijave receDtly returned to Maui mnhQ a CC0(i impression by their nf,t flnnMnncfl nnd mannerlv be ,iiavinr. Af th Mnkuwan nnln tournament iast Saturday L. von Tempskv's anartetto of nlavers var.ouished tho 0thor two fours under tho leadership of j von Tmn5kv and L. F Hnirhcs It is reported that the Kahului race track will be extended to a cirenlr mile before next Fourth. Pilot Enlish'd steam launch is ox petted at Kahnlni by the 1st of August. W. O. Aiken is the new dparv tax couPCtor for Makawao district V0fl ,or- T in nsnnl snmraflr vinds, heat and dust, with a littlo rain 0Q te highlands. ASSISTED BY RELATIONS. Koolau is Said to be in Either Man a or Waimea. Mr. George N. Wilcox, ex -sheriff Gf Kauai, ariived yesterday morn ing from that island. He states that word had been received from the natives in Kalalau valley to the effect that Koolau, the leper, had not been seen since the soldiers left the valley. Mr. Wilcox is of the opinion that the leper is secreted in the woods in either Mana or Waimea. It is supposed that he receives food from his relatives, of which he has many. The ex-sherm ieels certain that it. i i 1 i, 4Kr rg iaru vuvii j government will secure the arrest of the hunted man within a few weess. Regarding the supposed addi tional reward offered by people on Kauai, Mr. Wilcox says he has heard nothing about it. Caesars Real and Reputed. Mu. Editor : The parallel be tween the Caesar of old Rome and the pudgy imitation recently set up in Honolulu might have been car ried further than was done in Fri day's issue. As the imperator of old, from the safe seclusion of the royal box, could enjoy the spec tacle of the ilowing blood and dy- j struggles of his miserable vio without the slightest risk to j . lf SQ hi jmitator . . , may perhaps expect to sit safely and comfortably in the seclusion of his San Francisco home, sipping his champagne and pulling his cigar, while he reads the news of il3 hired politicians in Honolulu knocking out their microscopic brains against the defenses of the Provisional government, and, per chance, making interesting corpses of themselves and widows and orphans of their wives and children, all in order that a California mil- lionaire may add other millions to his already overgrown pile by being the power behind the restored Ha waiian throne and running his Hawaiian plantations with cheap coolie labor. Just here, however, the parallel begins to fail. The gladiators of old really fought, and fought to kill. But these Honolulu chaps oh, dear me ! When the time for fight ing comes they will shed their blood precisely as did the leaders of the royalist cause and all the rest of them did on the 17th of January last. It will not be blood, but whisksy that will flow. The flow will be inward and not out ward, and Imperator Spreckels will be expected to foot the bill. The grand counter-revolution, conceived in cocktails and brought forth in champagne, will be finally drowned in bp fWincr howl. ITALIA. Honolulu, July 21, lo. NAVAL AFFAIRS. THE YORKTOWN TO re lieve Tin-: nosrox. Knllgied .'Men in 'l'ncle iiam'" Service Can No iv Purchase their Kls ( liarge. Tt' t . i . r rr i i uASHi.N(,Tc.,juiy u.-ine aia- posal of vessels that participated in tne naval review, continues. .1 ..i and as fast as thev can be made v the white ships are being sent to tne iour quarters 01 tne i . i f . .i lobe. I he latest to receive orders to sail is the Yorktown, now at the New York navy yard. She is in dock being painted and next week, if every thing is ready, she will proceede to the Pacific station by Cape Horn. The voyage will take nearly three months under ordinal cruising power, and it is probable the shin will brin? up at San Francisco unless events in Pei seem to require her to stop there, She will then be cleaned and put in shape for service to relieve one of the vessels at the Hawaiian islands, probably the Boston, which has been a long time stationed there and is in need of an over hauling. The Yorktown will go out under a New York commander, fjr the order was issued at the navy department today detaching Commander Harrington from duty upon her departure. Captain Hol as inspector of the Fourth light- land believes the entire port will house district, and ordering him to command the Yorktown, relieving Commander Frank Wilds, who is detached and granted a month s leave. The cruiser Charleston, which has been undergoing repairs at the Norfolk navy yard, is now ready for sea and will leave for the Paci- Cc station in a few days. She will go from Norfolk to Valparaiso, Chili, and, if no orders await her there, she will proceed to Callao, Peru, where instructions will be sent her. A NEW ORDEK. Enlisted men in the navy will now have the privilege of purchas ing their discharge. Secretary Herbert issued an order on July 12 establishing rules and regulations for the purchase of discharges au thorized by tne last naval appro- priation bill. .No man 13 to be allowed to purchase a discharge while in debt to the government or until he has served three months. The price of discharge during the fourth month of enlistment will be 25 ner cent, of the vearlvDavof the applicant ; during the fifth month, control, not allowing any other na uU per cent., and so on, increasing tion even to buy such control by 5 per cent, per month until the fourteenth month, when the maxi- .nnm nrin rpnAiPfl Dnrinrrthft 11 teentn mom 11 tno price win De .1 ,,.1 I 1 t 93 per cent, of the maximum price, in the sixteenth month JU per cent., and so on, decreasing 5 per cent, per month until the thirtv-fourth month, when he may apply for a discharge without pavment. No man will be allowed to purchase a discharge a second time, and those procuring discharges by purchase will forfeit all benefit due to con- tinuous service or honorable dis- charge. Discharge by purchase is not an inherent right, but a privi- lege wmch may be granted by the navy department. cablegram was received at the navy department on July rz an nouncing that the cruiser Phila delphia was at Rio de Janeiro. She wm remain iti mo lung uuuugn 10 11 1 :.. i. t- i i coal and then proceed to Valpar- aiso. licr instructions, it is said, will be to proceed to Samoa until the state of affairs in Peru and Chile require her presence there. She has beea eighteen davs in zoincr from New York to Rio. Secretary Herbert has accepted the resignation of Commodore Wil son as chief constructor of the navy, arid appointed Constructor Philip Highborn to succeed him. Commodore Wilson has resigned on account of ill-health. Secretarv Herbert has directed a court martial to assemble at Mare Island, Cal., on July 26, for the trial of Pavmaster J. C. Sullivan, charged with embezzlement. There are five charges against Sullivan. The court which will conduct the inquiry will consist of Captains Selfridge and Komvl, Commanders Glass and Clark, Pavmasters liache, Skt-lding and Loomis and Lieut.-Commanders Ilutchins and Gilmore, with Lieut. Garst as i udge-ad vocate. Washington, Julv l'2. Secre tarv Herbert has tken action in wo cases of importance concerning lie navy yard commands. lie has ecided to make permanent the 1 r 1 suspension orders. commodore Kirkland will take command of the South Atlantic station, and will allow him to remain as com mandant of the League Island, Pa., navy yard. This will probably re- suit in sending Commodore Stan ton to the South Atlantic station. The secretary also toJay issued an order making Captain Howison commandant of the Mare Island navy yard. The captain has been in temporary command for some time. The Columbus Iron Works have notified the Xavy Depart ment that the cruiser Detroit, built by them, is ready for delivery to the Government. The reports of the Bureaus of Construction and Engineering, recommending the acceptance of the vessel, are in the hands of Secretary Herbert. The vessel will be sent from Baltimore ta Norfolk Navy Yard, where she will stay until she goes into commission. Washington, July S. Orders for tho Philndelnhia to proceed to 1 - Samoa were signed to-day. They I have been transmitted by cable to uxparaisu, nueie mey m ue ue- i r i. u .it -l .1 Kvered by the United States minis- I on thflrrival of his shir) at th a 1 port. Yellow Fever Rages. Philadelphia, July 10. The brig Odorilla, Captain Holland, has arrived here from Santos. Captain Holland is the only survivor of the original crew, eight men having succumbed to the ravages of yellow fever. Captain Holland's descrip- tion of the misery and sufferings rom yenow lever in cantos is p.ncinpcq nt n. pnmnlete standstill and forty-five vessels were lying in the fcantos river witnout crews. The London and Brazil bank closed its doors before the Odorilla left, every one of its employees having been carried off by the scourge, ine israznian ana couth American bank was compelled to do likewise. On March 3d, Charles Wadsworth, the American vice consul, died, and the vessel could not get any consular certificate in a short time be completeh de- populated. While the Odorilla lav at Santos the death rate daily aver- aged Jiu. .Hundreds 01 corpses were afloat in the river in all stages of decay. Patients die more rapidly than the bodies can be dis- posed of. An English Opinion. " The American policy of refus ing to assume the responsibility of providing for the government of this country as an integral part of the United btates, while at the same time declaring that the inter vention of any other nation will not bo permitted, is, to say the least, a sordid and unjust policy, if, indeed, it is not untenable. Hawaii must get along as best it may, for according to this policy America does not care to shoulder any ouugauon ana win noi permn any other nation to do so. Ur, putting it anoiner way, ine unueu btates wants alt the advantages ot the control ot Hawaii without con- lernng on nawau s citizens any adequate compensation for such providing a stauie government. The morals of annexation are not all on one side. American senti- 1 ,1 U mnm 17" -! o - W I Lut-iib uuiu uuiam irciciigiami, for instance, to enunciate any such uoctrine as mis : u win nut lune the island?, but America shall not have them, and we will not permit tne people in tne lsianus to secure absorption into any other nation ality. In its manufacture a knife is handled by 70 different artisans from the moment the blade is forced until the instrument is fin- ished and smoothly wrapped up for the market Marshal's Sale. -j-j Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXE cution issued out of the First Circuit JL Court, on the 21st day of June, A. D. 1S93, apainst Look Torjg, defendant, in favor of Phillip Peck, plaintiff, for the sum of $993 5S, I have levied upon and shall expose for sale at the Station House, in the District of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, at 12 o'clock of FRIDAY, the 21st Hav of J niv. A. I). 1S93. to the highest bidder, all the right, title and interest of the said Look Tong, defendant, in and to the following property, unless said jngdeiuent, interest, costs and my ex penses be previously paid. List of property for sale : 1 Piece of land situated at Kalihi near Honolulu, bounded and described as follows : Commencing at rock marked X at south corner of this land on west side of the river j lining Kahoewai (Adams), and running north 539 dg 45 min, east 2 ch 34 4-12 ch along Kahoewai to north corner of abutment of new bridge, thence north 41 deg 30 min, west 3 ch 4 ft along Ahupuaa to slight angle, thence north 43 deg 30 min, west 5 ch along Ahupuaa to water course and roaa norm corner ot j this land, thence south 50 deg 30 min, west 1 ch 26 4-12 ft along road and water j course to west corner of this, thence south 42 deg 30 min, ea3t 34 ch along land called Kaihukanamee to corner, thence south 42 deg, west 42 5-12 ft to corner thence south 42 deg 45 min, east 49J2' ft to corner, thence 33 deg 30 min. east S ch 31 ft along Kaihukanamee to commencement. Area 1 49-100. 2 All that piece of land described in R P No G04, apana 9 containing area of 97-100 of an acre, recorded in Liber 83, page 354. (Signed) E. G. HITCHCOCK, Marshal. Honolulu, June 22, 1S93. 3414-5t JEEThe above sale is postponed by request to August 12. 2Cciu vttuurtisnnrnb. "Auarust 95 Mr. Lorenzo F. Sleeper is very well known to the citizens of Apple ton, Me., and neighborhood. He says: " Hight years ago I was taken sick, and sulfered as no one but a " c-speptic can. I then began tak "ing August Flower. At tho. time great sufferer. " thing I ate distressed me so that I "had to throw it up. Then iu a " few moments that horrid distress " would come cn and I would have For that "again. I took a "little cf your rued "iciue, and felt much ''better, and after " taking a little mere Horrid Stomach Feeling. ' ' August Flower my "Dyspepsia disap peared, aud since that time I " have never had the first sign of it. "lean eat anything without the "least fear of distress. I wish all "that are afflicted with that terrible disease cr the troubles caused by it would try August Flower, ns I am sn tilled there is m medicine eqiKii lo it." O BASE CrCSCGllt-S VS, IlilWiliiS Saturday, July 29th A.T :i:30 O'CLOCK T. M. ADMISION ADULTS Uoc. CHILDREN 10c. V 1? YT ( f7T Q L V , , W. Received by late Steamers. COTTON CHAPE! Of New ratterns ; also, GENT'S HEADY-MAD!-- Crape Shirts and Suns ! Of First-class style. Silk Handkerchiefs and Neckties, Handsome Vases of Japaueee Ait, etc. EXTRA CHOICE Pan Fired Japan Tea FOR FAMILY USE. Sold at vcrv reasonable prices for t lie trade as well as retail. ITOHAN, Importer of Japanese Goods 20G Fort St., near Custom Hoaae. Yamatoya, Yokohama, Japan, Cotton Crape Manufacturer ani Shirt Maker, Sole aiient, ITOilAN, L'0f Fortstr.'f t, IIODOIUIU :i3f5 tf Marshal's Sale. BY VIRTUE OF A WKIt' OI Executiou, issued out of the Fir.st Circuit Court, on the JMf-t day of June, A. D. 1893, against William Davie?, de fendant, iu favor of H. Jav Greene, plaintiff, for the fiim of $1G1.72, I have levied upon and shall expose for sale at ihe Police Station, in the District of Honolulu. Island of Oahu, at 12 o clock of KKIDAY, the 4th d-iy of August. A D. 1893, to the highest bidder, all theriht, title and interest of the said William Davies, defendant, in and to the follow ing property, unless said judgement, interest, cots and my expenses l.e previously paid. Lht of property for sale : Two House Lots situated in Funahou, Honolulu, on Bingham and .Metcalf sts. The first having an area of 75-100 of an acre, more particularly described in dt ed of Paty to Graham, recorded in Liber 70, nat'e 391. Aleo Lot containing 30,000 square fec-t and described in deed of Dillingham to Graham, recorded in Liber 83, pag- 420, both being portions of the pasture lot belonging to the O.ihu College and duly conveved to said William D.ivie by dend of W.'H. Cornwell. dated Augusto" 1SS9, recorded in Liber 113, page -.(', together with the buildings and appurtenances thereon. Said property b-.-intr subject to a mortgage, however, of 3 500 to the estate of f. H. Hobron and to a t-enond mortgage of $$00 to W. ii. Castle, dated July 22, 1S92, and recorded in Lib-.-r lo$, page 171. Also, 45 Shares of the. Pioneer Build ing and Loan Association Company, said shares being represented by certitictte No. 489 for 5 share?, and by certificate No. 2S4 for 40 shares. Faid shares of Etock, however, being s-ubject together with the aforementioned rr-al estate to the said mortgage to W. It. Castle. A. M. BROWN', Deputy .Marshal. lu, July 0, 1S9J. 3t24-5t For Sale. A LKilirCOYKlir.D 1JUG gv in irood condition; price $100. Inquire of II. M. WHITNEY, 4 Mnrrlint Street. For Sale. A SURVEYOR'S OUTFIT. CAN be seen at C. BREWER & CO'.S, 3434-lm Queen Street. BALL tains JNT. S. SACHS 520 Fort Street COLORED DRAPERIES ! PKIOJES OUT W.A.Y T30W2ST Bengal bilkahne Drapery, fancy figured in delicate lints, 6 yards for SI. Unbleached drawn Curtain Scrim, 1) yards for SI. Polka Dot Scrims, assorted colors, C yards for SI. Fine, fancy, colored Madras, reduced to 30 cents per yard. gTThese prices are positively for this week only. THE -:- LATEST -:- NOVELTIES AT THE FAMOUS STOItK OK B. F. EIILERS & CO., 501) and 511 - - - Fort Street. Ladies' and Children's Jackets and Caps. Irish Point, Antique and Madras Curtains. Chenille Portieres with fringes from SG.GOapair upwards. Smyrna Rugs in ail sizes from S2 upwards. Knotted Swiss. Silkalino aud Dimity in great variety. Cashmero Sublimes at 20 cents a yard; one of tho hand somest wash material this season, entirely new aud for tho price has no equal. White Lawn in plain, striped and checked. Dressmaking Under tho Management of Mrs. Kcnnikr Golden Rule Bazaar ! SOMK IVrnrdLerina: Business. -to We have sold all our $3.50 Machines and now come with this pretty little machine, S12 complete with cover. 1 - v : - t ' And don't forget we keep the King and Star of all Machines, and that's tho "J30VETiSrr IC." FACTORY 0- Haviug Placed Our Orders lor Largo Lines Goods Shortly to Arrive, we Must Make Koom for Same. -o- Wo Offer Some Startling Bargains in Staplo Stationery GOOD QUALITY PENCILS rubber tipped, at 15 cents a doz-m ; nute hie, L NKTlAN LINEN Tablets, 15 centn 2 for 2" cents ; Letter Tablets, good .lUility, 15 cents, former price 25 cents ; PHO I O ERA VIES, cabinet siz s, new, 50 centn, :i for $1 ; Composition Books, size 7x8J, good qu.ility, 5') cents a dozn ; NOI E PAPER, H ream packages, special line, 25 cmUs; ESVELOI'ES, white gwl quality, per box 500, only 75 cents ; PEN HOLDERS, suitablo for h:hool wvt 15 cents a dozen. NOTIt'E In consequence of cutting prices, we cannot allow any discount to the trade on above lines. We are just in receipt of a full line MARCUS WARDS fine linen Papers, ruled and unruled; Envelopes to match. ALUMINIUM NOVELTIKS Just the thing for Whist and Euchre Prizes; guaran teed not to tarnish; a large variety of these goodain Pla ing Card Cases; prices reasonable. MUSIC DEPARTMENT. Everything to be found in a first-c!a?s Mufic Store; over 25,000 pieces sheet Muh'u- to select from. Our prices will be found the lowest and goods the b'.-st. SPECIAL DISCOUNT allowed to Teachers, Schools and Clergymen. Send or write for catalogues and discounts. PUBLISHERS of Prof. Ce-tr's "MELE HAWAII,' 20 numbers, the only choice eelection of Hawaiian Music in print. GENEFtAIj AGENT8. J. & C. Fischer, Everitt & Schiller PI ANOS ; Storv and Cl.irk and Chicago Cottage ORGANS; YOST TYPE-WRITER, DENSMORIO TYPE-WRITER, the two best writing Machines in the world. TYPE-WRITER SUPPLY DEPARTMENT. We will soon is-u-3 a catalogue of Papers, Ribbon?, etc., for all makes of Machine. Parties desiring a copy, can have same mailed to their addrefH by leaving name at our ofiice. This catalogue will be found very useful to Type-writers generally. The Hawaiian News Co., L'd., Honolulu. The Daily Advertiser 50 CENTS PER MONTH, k On' s AT- Honolulu. iMOUK -o J' , - ' r -V" Z '.i PRICES. a.s o follows: