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SATURDAY, (OVRMDBR 4, 1M1.
.MV IRAXCISCO LETTER.
KiItor I'rms Different persons have ilif
fercni ilivislons of lime, or Mllier milestones,
which remim, them of ilutie pcrforineil or
ilutlt to Ix ticeomillrieii, ami sticli has the
departure of )our simmers lieconie, leivinf;
here so regularly, either on the ninth or twen
tieth, ns to remiml one of the oM ilayj In early
California life when cery enqaRement wa
made with lne reference In "steamer day,"
when all was Inistle anil ireMratlon, letter to
write, remittance to make and good lonrdcr,
w hen not to work all daylicforc steamer de
parturc w-a to Ixout of the ftshlon and not up
In the time, hut now Imiw clunked! e have,
to lie sure, a a rl of rellr of tlnw dap, onr
regular collection tlay, nceuirini on the thir
teenth and twenty-eighth of each month, which
are frequently mnctttlrd "steamer ilajV for
'the mVc of old aswiciallun, hut otherwise we
line no clearly matin! date n of ore.
Mall nrrising twice a day from the Dart ami
al) from On gun, Iiwrr California and nil
parts of thi Mate, and miili delivered many
time ilurlni; limine liom with every xwl
hip facility and iliicli, ilivtnncc seem
lessened, anil a slsit to the postolTicc I almost
tinneccuryi and, tpcnkini; of all tlii facility
and concnience, it is also salivfactory to note
that the Htoffice ilcpartmcnt of the United
Slate reports itself for the fiscal year as ncarly
two millions ahead of its expense, while If the
account stood the other way, would not lie
wondered at, considering the enormous outlay.
I'roin the earth to the licsivcn seems n
"sliglil dimiicncc," but hac your rwk! peo
ple seen the comet ? and have the peculiar at
traction of Its tail with nil Its radiance Im-cii
vouchsafed to your fair isles, or hive you Iwen
left out in the distribution and ilctiral to
know of this lieautiful phenomenon only by
description? Well, the unusual visitor has In
duced early rising nnyway, which of Itself is
worth something, many ghostly appvritions
being visible at vnrious hours from 4 to 5 A.
M,, the writer viewing the "critters" tail and
all at the most unseemly hour of 4 o'clock, the
sky being as clear and the light as bright as
the comet of 1863. Hut for a very full nnd
satisfactory description of this interesting sub
ject, with cut showing exact position nnd angle,
the Aixonaut of this date will post )ou In a
manner far bcynml my feeble owcrs to even
The next interesting item which engrosses
the attention is the prepiration for the Au
thor' Carnival, which open on Monday
evening nest, promising even greater success
thin before. Kxperieuce teaches, and as most
of the interested pirllcs directed the previous
entertainments, a line show Is expected
everything that money nnd intelligent action
can secure has been furnished, and the nut
come should be pecuniarily as well as other'
wise satisfactory Certainly' the clniitics are
deserving, the participants arc our best people,
all are enthusiastic, and, if we get tickets,
shall honor ourselves by looking in occasion
ally. STHAM COASTERS.
Judging fiom what is reported, our fricru!
Foster was by no means idle during his stay
here, and while not creditable to your foundry
management in being obliged to come here to
have tliejlrr. Maitt repaired, it is some satis
faction to the owner to know-he had a splen
did job informed In less lime and with the
slight difference In price of over $j,ooo, w hich,
though n mere bagatelle, seemed to warrant
)our enterprising citizen in his venture, and
during hli visit an order for still another
steamer to ply in your waters was giscnand
will soon follow in the wake of the C, R,
Jliihcj', Iwalani and ftimts Ataltt, and sug
gests the query at our elbow if our ftiend
Wilder had not better look to his laurels and
have looked a little more to the accommoda
tion of the Ililo people, which nny base liecn
all talk, for to suit the traveling public, one
should issue free tickets, stop at all ports,
whether large or small, and each passenger
assurctl of the honor he is conferring by trav
eling on this or that steamer. So Its no sort of
use trying to suit cicrybody, either in Hawaii
Sugar stock eems 10 have taken a sort of
lately and dropped fifty er cent wlRle one
was talking at nut it, the knowing ones avert
ing it is only owing In the sudden disxsal in
open maikct of a few shares belonging to a
retired stockholder, but il tuny lie only a game
of freeze-out to scare holder into selling be
cause the prospect of l-iigc and continuous
dividends is to be rtlieil ukii. Ilieia (doubt
less In sympathy) declined two hmiUs, all of
which to one on the outside would seem to
show hawscnsitiic stocks are and what may
lie expected at any lime, no mailer if every
thing is apparently lovely and the goose hang
Ing unusually high) and now comes another,
the "llaknlau" Sugar Coniuny, a candidate
peihaps for public favor, or may lie a close
corporation; but of one tiling I assured, the
more of this eoplc who gel interested in your
country the tatter for you, for, twyond the
comwuativcly few now investing or having
friends or relatives with you, n most lament
able ignorance of your resources seems to ob
tain, and many who luvo commercial relations
with all (tarts of your kingdom have the most
ridiculous ideas about its geographical position.
THE MI7TK1C IIQllr
Has now lieeomc such a formidable rival of
gas and other illumtnants that each day brings
out In the public prints alarming accounts of
inslaulaneous deaths caused by contact with
wire in process either of election or repair,
and while the luwvgc under ground seems at
present Impracticable, some way out of the
dilemma will 110 doubt l found, or the favor
ite method of committing suicide will l by
the electric wire, using ones Uxly to complete
a circuit and ones existence at the same In
slant -a uiulcs and instantaneous death, ami
not open to the same objection as offered by
one who wanted prutsic acid but said she
would lue such terrible complexion and
would not make a liandsoine "subject" for ihc
coroner) tat, in spite of all the objections, the
growth of the business all over Ihc world it
nun clous, and many of our Interior cities are
adopting the light either on high lowers, poles
or ordinary sttrcl lamps, the illlleicnce in bril
lUncy between it and gas being astatween
the clearest gas and a penny tallow candle.
the ain -m m mt-crs.
Although our early rains have pecuniarily
damaged crops of grain, lay, taans, and many
fruits as well, the general appearance of the
country hat greatly tmprqv cd. HilL and fields
already tie green. Nature appears to have
washed herfaeeof the accumulation of dut
sifted over tree, (lower and road) the air seems
clearer, and the casual oWncl Is pleased with
the personal Iwncfit, tat to those lo whom an
aily and unseasonable rah) comes as an un
welcome and Cxiialnly cinetuitc dement Ihe
enthusiasm of Ihe country visitor seems mis
placed. Osveof pur growing Industries, and doc of
ttVic we feel proud, U lh preparation of
I be crop this year, betnc uuterially
I by Ihe tam, will be a ami disaiiooint-
I to many.
Hop are again high) one large raiser hav
ing sold hi entire crop for over seventy cents
per pound, with large quantities held over
from last year, make it a handsome laying
article of commerce and one giving satisfactory
return to skillful and active farmer.
This mail carries to you account of two dis
asters, one of which Is the lo of a fine Eng
lish ship valued at $50,01) and a cargo of
nearly j,ncx ton of coal, wreck and cargo
lielng sold for less than $500, the coal selling
for I65, though the government is buying coal
constantly at $l, In be delivered within a
spine's throw of the wreck, which is so close
In shore a to make a plank walk to place
of delivery and the use of Inflows practicable)
tat, owing to the unnecessary amount of rot
laK-, Ihc time of sale ha been delaycil, and
the ship will In alt probability break up tafore
much can lie recovered.
Our markets remain, unchanged. General
activity continues, but no lioorn a yet, trier
chantslioplngforn share of Mexican and Oregon
trade, which, in Ihe event of even a portion
filling to our lot, will be no Inconsiderable
Professor llugcr returns to hi Ixind this
pniitunlty with renewed vigor, but with no
particular affection for California, Kapcn
and Kaulukou hire received much attention,
their name apearing nt several dinner pit
ties, the accounts of which adorn our society
prints, Judge Kaulukou being spoken of by
vmic a a brother of His .Majesty Kalakaua.
Octotar 21, 1SS1.
Hiirfer's Monlhty for November contains, a
number of Illustrates! articles, the first, "The
IXirl) Quakers in Cngkind and Pennsylvania,"
being a history of the persecutions and succes
ses of that sect from the time of their rise in
Kngtand until they were firmly established in
America. "The Home of the Dooncs," with
numerous illustration, I descriptive of some
charming English country scenery. "Across
Lots," lieautifully illustrated, is a study of
nature In all Its haunts anil Is a most interest
ing contribution. "Southern California" is
continued; several of the illustration accom
imnying it licar the name of Mr. J. I). Strong,
who recently arrived in Honolulu from San
Francisco. "(Autumn Sketches" is n short
sketch of pleasing autumn scenes, as its name
Implies. "The Vertical Hallway," Is a study
of that useful contrivance from it most primi
tive form to the present modern inventions,
with engravings Illustrating the vnrious mode
and devices In use at different times. "Vir
ginia in the Colonial Period," is n valuable his
torical sketch of early day in Ihc " Old no
nunion." " Pordenone," a poem by V. U.
Howell', i not worthy the advertising it has
leceived from the American press. "Her
Tour," n short xeni by Will Carleton, will
not fail to amuse the reader.
'Ihc November Century ha for it frontis
piece a i-ortrait of Florence Nightingale.
"Venice," is the title of a lengthy article de
scribing the famed city of that name, and is
profusely illustrated. A biographical study of
Henry James, jr., the American novelist, is ac
companied by a iortrait of the author. Fol
lowing it is a biographical sketch of Victor
Hugo, Ihe noted French poet. "A new Profes
sion for Women "describe the method of con
ducting the training school for nurse at llcl
levue hospital, New Vork. "Wood engraving
direct from Nature," tells how an engraver, a
lover of his art, engraved without first draw
ing upon a block, a view in New England
wood; the engraving, a perfect gem, is also
published. "The lleginning of a Nation," is
an entertaining account of the first voyages to
the new world and of the colonization of ihe
territory now included in the Atlantic Stale.
Many old sketches and maps arc reproduced.
"Is ihe Jury system a failure?" is a question
asked, discussed at length, and answered in the
affirmative. " England," is the title of an ex
cellent and imputi.d study of a great nation
Ihe careful perusal of which will well repay
The November number of the Callfiniian
tiiiit Ovtrlanii Monthly presents nn interesting
table of contents. "A CoutcmiKirary of Wash
ington," Peter Adolph Groljin, from whose
memoirs extracts arc taken, gives many inter
esting reminiscences of Washington. Other
notable of that period will be noticed in a
future numlier. "Thaloe," Leonard Kip's
story, is continued. "Through Northern
Mexico in '49" smacks of the "far west."
"A llig Indian Wedding" is also an interest
ing western ftketch. " Herbert Splicer's
Political Institutions" Is an Instructive contri
bution. "Suburlian Etchings " is a pleasant
breath of country air. "Evil Literature" is a
contribution which should find many readers,
the majority of whom would do welt lo heed
the suggestions therein given. An excellent
description is given of "The Azores," touch
ing tiHin their geographical position, physical
lccu!iaiitics, their political history, and the
social customs of the icople. "Quinca," a
short California romance, will vary the read
ing and will be enjoyed, as will other short
stories. A biographical sketch ol "Sir Chas.
Has an DurTy," the founder 'and editor of the
Duldin A'-rro', completes the number.
The November Atlantic JAxiM in its open
ing article discusses the question, " How shall
the American Savage lie Civilized?" and re
commends their encouragement to follow stock
raising and farming and their gradual develop
ment lo tradesmen, etc., to ta assisted by
education. "A ride in Spain" gives the reader
a very good Idea of experiences and scenes in
an ever Interesting country. "Studies in the
South" are continued and retain iheir Interest.
"Under the Sky"' Is a study from the wn
of a lover of nature., A very interesting sketch
is given of "lleaumarchais," In which many
tilings of interest lo American readers and not
generally known, arc produced, "Domestic
life in (.recce" is well described by a well writ-
ten article under the alwvc heading. Several
short stories, jhx-iui, and inltccllancous con
tributions, nukes a valuable numlier of this
I-ATRSV FQREIOX NEWS.
The following item uf foreign news .we
K-vH.i ""in a, r. S...H ui inc iiiniusi, rccelveO
by Ihc CduxiuI Arab! I'aUia believes his
lift- i til illni-r Tli.--.. I... .. !.... h.i.Ih t
ddents which might demoralize Ihe Caucus-
fane .-i.-..fli.v I..... rv.. ..r .v.. Ll.i:. -i-
"- - -fc MM.. WIIV ui II1C IVIICUIVCI
entourage has l-een heard to say he would like
lo administer to Aritit a mm ..r I.,. I r..fT. --..1
the Khedive had remarked he and Arabi could
iuh use in tne same country , .The rapid In
flux of the former French officials to IryiH is
tlueatenlng to cause friction. They expect to
ta reinstated, tat their posts will probably be
abolished or tilled with native. The return
of lhc oilirLilk i lili..t..-.t t-i 1 ,k ...!. r
orders from the French consul general ... ,
v..K io me alarming increase of iaupcrixin
iu South Ireland, the liublin Union has taken
the lead In a nmi..wil !-. un.1 nn ..-. 1
allc-boilicd men ami women to Canada, at
cost of 7,000 , A Mexican special says;
The Sonera Railway h within ten mile of ihe
U- i. line, ami Is q be finished on the 35th
instant, when a grand celebration will take
pUce and a gold spike will ta driven..,. The
Srltour fever at Wnc-ii-..!. ITS. r. . --
nsuthcicnl fund make the situation aUruiuu.
All classes ami denominations are asked for
contributions. .. .Rev. John Hemphill of Cat-
arv l-ra-JiitrfiAn Phltrrk, S2.H l......: . L.-
accepted a cat! 10 i,mWelphk,...KM
contribution for the GartWkl Htill frtusss
vitnc-a awe xMtMui wszouairsi 10 syia,Q0a
Williai. ttu- nvtlau&.'-it bin nt SITkh.uI. S...
been raited to ihe rank oJsjonrnBunt coun-xHor,
THE NATIVE MESS.
O, people of Hawaii 1 the country needs a
good government and a set of ministers in
whom we can have confidence and that other
land will respect. Hut that I not the case
with our government now. Our present cabi
net does not possess the confidence of the peo
ple, and is utterly without the resjiectof foreign
governments. It seems to us that a good
and pure government promote harmony am!
peace between Ihe people and the cabinet, and
doe not cause schism to reign In the heart of
Ihe eople as now.
In some of the established governments of
the world, if the people strongly oppose the
ministry for good and sulntantlal reasons,
they are forced lo resign, but It Is different with
this set of ministers, they still remain In office.
It was different with Moreno, because when
he saw that his remaining in the cabinet was
opiwscd he eedily resigned without delay,
Moreno troubled only Honolulu, but these
ministers the whole Ivnd from Hawaii to
The present administration constantly makes
ioor work of carrying on public improvements.
We are not the inventors of this, but It Is evi
dent from the great rascality or from the prodi
gious stupidncss of the present ministry.
Six thonsand dollars $6,000) were appro
priated for Ihc rcpalrand enlargement of the
Insane Asylum for the current biennial crlod.
The present ministry have given $5,800 of
this sum to the brother of Gilon s son-in-law
(Mr. Haysclden) to build a new house, with
out publicly advertising for tender, from bulk!
er. Out of the $6,000 only $joo are left for
repairing and cleaning. Will Ihe sum of $zoo
suffice for the cleaning and repairing of the
Insane Asylum for the next two years?
We have just heard that the Minister of the
Interior ha taught for the government Ihe
right to the water in an artesian well, owned
by a certain one in Walkikl, save that the
owner of the well is to have Ihc right of re
serving to himself as much water a will How
through a pipe 6 Inches in diameter. The
cost to the well owner was $6,500. The
question arises, what fraction of the water be
longs lo the government? And from what ap
propriation has the Minister to ask this sum?
The Minister of Interior is laying an iron
tramway for the government from Honolulu
along on llcrctanla street to Kamoiliili, which
is promised to be three miles in length. Its
object is lo haul stones. I this a wise exicn
diturc? Will not jealousy suggest the thought
that he has taught this railroad for the sake of
making an outside commission out of it?
We have also heard that Mr Haysclden ha
been sent to the island of Maui on government
business, but that when he arrived there, he
went to hunting up agents for the Eltlt,
collecting monies for the newspaper, anil look
ing after sheep. How I this? Is the govern
ment to pay the expense while he employs
himself chiefly about his own affair?
Another thing, there never has been such a
time ns this for Honolulu to lie short of water.
Sometimes, without previous notice, the water
is shut ofT and one lacks even drinking water.
At present, distress, misfortune and division
seem to have settled down over Honolulu, and
are rumored on all sides.
Truly misfortune follows the present admin
istration of Hawaiian affairs, so that il seems
as if one could say with certainty. Let Gil-son
and Hush ta put out; then the country will get
ahead, the people will "tease their groaning
and thoughts of division will come to an end.
PatAina, Oct. 28, 1882.
1'OSTAL DELIVER Y STATISTICS.
According to statistics of the business in the
free delivery cities for the year ending June 30,
18S2, there were delivered in San Francisco
during the year 5,072,346 letters from oints
outside of the city, 601,453 postal cards, 2,
209,969 local letters, 1,388,170 local postal
cards, 70,554 registered letters and 3,064,567
newspapers. There were collected 7,453,551
letters, 1,639,282 postal cards and 1,546,621
newspapers making an aggregate of 23,046,513
pieces of mail mailer handled In the city dur
ing ihe year. In Sacramento there were de
livered 339,513 ordinary letters, 26,545 local
letters, 58,841 ordinary jiostal cards, 25,417
local 'postal cards, 2,274 registered letters and
27495 newspaers. There were collected
288,421' letters, 57,392 postal cards and 31,536
newspapers, making an aggregate of 1,077,446
pieces of mail matter handled during the year.
The aggregregate cost of the service in San
Francisco was $61,650, or $906 per carrier; -in
Sacramento, $4,770.96, or $954 per carrier.
In San Francisco the postage collected on local
matter was $61,930, and in Sacramento, $19,-599-
In any rclerence 10 the physical history of the
sun, Ihe stupendous magnitude cfits sphere
must ta kept vividly present lo the mind. With
a diameter 109 times longer than that of the
earth's, the solar orb lpoks out into space from
a surface that is twelve thousand times larger
than Ihe one which the earth enjoys. The bulk
of the sun is one million three hundred thousand
times that of theearth. Ifthe surface of the sun
were a thin external rind or shell, and the earth
were placed In the middle of this hollow sphere,
not only would the moon have space to circle
in its usual orbit wthout ever getting outside
of the solar shell, tat there would be room also
for a second satellite, nearly as far again as the
moon, to accomplish a similar course. The
weight of the sun is three hundred thousand
times the weight of the earth, or, in round num
lien, two thousand millions of millions of mill
ions of milions of tons. The mean distance of
ihe sun from Ihe earth is now so well, ascertain
ed, through investigations whlcji have been
in several distinct ways thai there can scarcely
ta In the estimate an error of 500,000 miles.
The distance, at the present time given is
92,885, 000 miles. This measure is in itself so
vast that, if any traveler ware to move at the
rate of four miles an hour for ten hours a day,
it would take him 6,300 years to reach the sun
Sound would traverse the interval, if there were
anything in space capable of transmitting sono
rous v ibrations, in fourteen years, and a cannon
hall sustaining its initial velocity throughout
would do the same tn nine years. A curious
illustration, attributed to Professor Mendenhal I
is lo the effect that an infant, with an ami long
enough when stretched out front the earth lo
leach the sun, would die of old age before it
could become conscious, through the transmis
sion of the nervous impression from the hand
lo the brain, that it had burned its fingers. In
order that the earth, thus mo V ing round the
sun with a chasm of 93,000,000 mile of inter
veiling space between them, may nut be drawn
tu ihe sun by the ixeponderent attraction of its
330,000 limes larger mass, it has lo shoot for
ward In its path with a momenta) velocity fifty
times more rapid than that of ikve swiftest ride
ball. But, In mo-iing through twenty mile of
this onward lath,' the earth U drawn out of a
straight line by something Irsa than aa tisthlh
part of an inch. This, deviation U MortMlr
Ihe source from which the auosuat of the solar
attraction has been ascertained. If Ik earth
were suddenly arretted In its ostamtd tight,
and its ruosucatstu wc in thai way dartroy -i,
U would be draw to tht sssss hy shairriiitsstJe
tw..,i.. ... !.- rn r-1f W111n, n,-i, it,,
twsnyth part of U tiss whiok a tssaw
UN would take to cotssplrtt ihe
CHAS. 3. riSHEL,
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FINEST AND RICHEST GOODS
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IN THIS KINGDOM!
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CHAS. J. FISHKLV
Tha Laadlng MiUlaai-jr Hosts?'
'Importer of Staple and
FANCY DRY GOODS,
lt'rrnthe uiitl Fenlhem,
Heal Ostrich Fettlhem,
OiMhis occasion I specially wMi to call lh aiunlton
of th Udivs, to my mag nuuiritciit siw.k of
etc., ,ete etc.,
Every description of Print!
All kinds of
DRBtM TRimaiKM, UhOflS,
nj Buttons. 11m
Is ns4csc wiih lb
In iluwinmmcU vr ufUftminX
Ai4rndi4!y wtJ Mack of LADIES' UNDER
WKAk. l-tTXkMtiny loif cipcfienn in llW If
UthI tnhJ I know cuctlf lb kirn) U
(uuu iu mih imi nuhrcn, ana
ibcriurt, hat na t4J
Mock cm tuikl
flExxr ruBjauavs soods
At t imdinsty LOW rRICES.
OJofvd Sturss wilts ilmtfil Ltwn fronts a specially.
Pula. CWV. tn tiMikbnce. INSHCTIOS IN
VITElX Com Fuel sod llcatl Strwts io$
INOWLIS' STIAIUMB VACUUM
C. BREWSR & Ct ACSXTS.
Ilatuia; on kaaJ a full aaj ctaafOcu hkIi of tu
Uv ubUnleal sawH. )ul raaisl ynAmj Tmtmtt
baa kVMtoav, we wtmmmt taata lo V skusM aaj
tanut iw aay osanr asyM ol ana laasaanuil. W call
tsw MitaiJon of tjliami ftniauuly sa Ik. Vawn
ISiasu abacsv la tail LtaM --1-- Ami hm rit.
Il litaaslwf ssiassw -
CMrtOVMBNT tWBsUU, V, M. C. A.
HawM.su', M, I..
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IIACKFELD A Co,
OFFKR FOR SAI.F.
INVOICES or NEW GOODS.
Juvt received per Kutt snd tthl,
From Ml KM EX,
Confuting tn at( of at follows I
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS,
Denims, Grown and White Cottons, Drills, Tick
ings, Turkey Krd, Merinos black and
colored, 4 qualities, Repps, Alpacas,
Cobourgt, ttntlan Cloth ami
Dlack, Grot-grain, Fancy, Colored and Striped
Barege, Crepe, &c.,
Men's I'liriihlihif (Inoils,
Shirts, Woolen, Mixed, Calico, Hickory, Denim,
cic, merino ami cotiou uuucriiuiii. wiiiie
Uosom Shirts, Socks & Stockings, Glove ,
Handkerchiefs, Poulards, a large In
voice or CLOTHING consisting
ol Fine Black Cloth Coats and
t'ants, Buckskin Sacks,
Pant and Suits, Pelt,
Sacks & Pants,
Boy's Shirts, nnd
Children's Jackets, I.
R. Coat & Leggings, Mon
key and Sailor Jackets. Carpet
Slippers. Silk and I. C. Umbrellas .
andParasols, Fancy nnd Travelling
Shawls, Cotton and Turkish Towels,
White and Fancy Quilts, Felt Rugs and Drus
sels Carpeting, Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads,
While and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sizes,
Scarlet, Orange. White Woolen and a points,
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, Pants, Dresses,
Genuine Tail i!e Cologne. Lubiu Kx
traclt. Toilft Soud4, I'lnfocoinr, Hair
Oil, Combs IouL.ingGI:tAci, I'lpts !
K. !Uih, Matmonica. I Hank I looks
Extension, Arm, DininR room ftnj Parlor Chairs,
Settees Mirrors etc..
Sitiltltrn, Uttlfrtkht, (Urtlt, Stirrup Lcatfirr,
Hemp& I. 1C Tacking, Coal IlaVctc.
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing Males Currt. Teapots llouK. Clumbers
Rice Diuim and lUVers, Itetnijohn 3 and 5
Diuim and I takers. Iicini ohn i and :
Gallons Sample Itottlcs Vo and GlaMware, Manila
nntl 'larred Hope, OkiI Hags GunnrtS Twine,
irlaps Wool pack and '1 willed backing, Linen 11 u
SUGAR AND RICE BAGS,,
of all Mies and qualities.
Sardines in half and quarter boxes.
Salt In Jars, Castor Oil In tins. Matches,
Cocoanut Oil, Wash Blue. 11. White Lead,
Stearins Candles, a, s, and 6, H. & P. Biscuit,
Hubbuck's Linseed Paint Oil, White Zinc Paint,
De Laage tils and Boutellcau Branay
and other brands. Kum, um, bt. f uld
Beer, Ale and Porter, Port Wine,
Sherry, Rhine Wine, Fine and Tabic
Clarets, Champagne, Dry Heid-
seick MonoDole. Ch Faarc. G.
H. Mumm & Co., Sparkling
Hock, Moselle, etc., etc.,
German anil Ifarana Vliars,
l'bteil ware Spomi, Porks, Cruets, Tea
sets, Cups, NapMn RinS Salvers, etc.,
I'uckel and Ilutcher Knives, Kci-wirs. Sheep Shears,
Needle. Smjuii 1-lies, SjKirs, (.alv-ftiuctl llatins,
lloup Iron, KeS Rivets. lUmmers, Vcllow
Atetal and CoiniuMllon Nails CLuificra
llabliilt Metal, Sugar Cooler,. Iror
Fire Ctav. Blacksmith Coal. Fire Bricks, Tiles,
Empty Barrels, Oak Boats, &c.
Orders from the oilier Ivtands carefully attended to.
H. Iliirl.fi I.I .f Cn.
T AINE & Co..
KoKTSrsusrr, llnmuiai-, II, I.,
WE BBC TO INFORM OUR PATRONS
That e are constantly receiving large ad
dilious to our stock ol
HAY AND GRAIN,
AuJ at v purilat in Urge kti For Ctth,
arc eiiatleU to
SELL AS LOW AS ANY OTHER FIRM.
Havlnalh. LARGEST STOCK in Ihe Klncdom
itk tba bast assortmeut. Buyer wouid uo
vrell to obtain onr prices before or
dertog elsewhere. Wahavea
r.l Mill fur Mile, trllt, Hrltt . Ii,r7ry.,
la good order. U1I1 sriru from I lo y tons prr day
Sol (ats for lb
Tkc Cheapest, Simplest and Best In Use.
Wi arc tha only aenit fur lh I'ttttat Hiring Vitri
Snf out rrqutring onof ihto ran, can rw
cur ihcm tli(ef Oixuugh u itun
Uy alioi your tyTtAer" fr
tnim, M Dattm mad
pNTBRPRISB PLANING MILL.
it; Four SjnosT, Hiikoliu', II. I,
C. J, Hardy and II. P, Ueitelmann,
Contractors and Builders,
PUoioar, Skapiag-, Turning:,
Band aad Scroll Sawing,
Doors, Saak, Blind), Door
aad Window Frastsea,
Stairs, saade to or sW.
MOULDINQS AND FINISH,
BBsssssssWv ML avss4sUssssssT assssssW aa aUsW BsssUvMM ssTslssssBll
afeasaaEss aatastasj k.aas.Bass sssssrasaeaa aa alsssass.asakOassra fahaa.sssW
y",Jr' ssjass!". JsvaSI JR sssssstaslsssssMssW MM
U . ssswssassr. y
MIHO. II, DAVIES & Co.,
AGENTS fOR TIIK
OiTer frw tate frbm tlie rarRoei cf Ihe 1hrrnti anil
etlitr recent .twli, the
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING:
Print of I wt M ! fart cfclvirs tttu Drntmt, whit
i,niMi .ineetinjr, iibrnxk ixri UIMM,
I'rown I.iiten UritU, iue rtnen.
Bhio nml Wlitfo Chock Iat(ni1o,
Fancy Dress Goods,
Fancy 1 'la id 4, Ktitsti Craah. Scarfs 'He Cravotn,
irocnet. nmi i aiiry work, iuir no.
ilen' White orxi llrowii Cotton Half
lloe, Men' Rrnilynude
LIolliiiiK. India KuLIkt
Rnftattn nntl Woolen Shirt a.
Uliieanii Crty una lllanketi, While Cotton tthnltia
an cuioti, m;m ami weinmt - ooien anu
Canton I btintW,
Velvet and Tapestry Carpetlngs,
Carpet and Uug,
SUGAR BAGS, 20x36
Coal Bags. large and smalt.
Prime quality, heavy and Iiftht!ltir1.ip, Twine,
Qnlvnnlxoil CorrtiKnttxl Roofing,
In 0, 7, 8, and 9 feet lengthy (94 Knugt) Krcwi and
waieri 10 nintcn. rence ire, no. 5, o, 7,
! I'tatrxt ItoItM ttmt SptkrM rotnittrtt,t t-'trr
HrlciM, 1'trr Vhty,
nttithm, Chntk, Yrltoir Orhre,
A full assortment of GENTS' SADDLES
also a few very nice Ladies' Saddles,
Saddle Cloths, Bridles, etc.,
3, s ami 7 yards length,
Liverpool Salt, Rock Salt, Demijohns, l
z, 3, 4 and 5 gallons each, Galvanized
Buckets, Tubs, Basins, etc., Iron
Bedsteads, Crockery, Zincs,
Paints and Boiled Oils,
from 3 to 10 inches,
superior, Topsail Chains,
"Admiralty Test," sizes ',
)i, 7-", Yi inch, Floor oilcloths,
ALES, WINES AND LIQUORS,
"Pile Brand Stout, In pints and quarts.
Guinness' Stout, Belfast Ginger Ale,
Blood & Wolfe's Ale, pints and quarts,
Bass' Ale In pints and quarts,
India Pale Ale In pints and quarts,
Fine French Brandy in bulk and cases,
Hennessy's Brandy In cases, , , and
Old Tom, Cheap Brandy In cases.
Old Scotch and Irish Whiskies,
Duptessls, "Red Bar" and other fine Clarets In
Best Sherry In bulk and cases,
Champagne In quarts and pints.
Powell DufYryn Steam Coal.
T M. ,OAT Jr., & Co.,
Would take this method of Infurinine tli. IiJutiumtjo
1 Honolulu, and iheulier IUnds that
vlh)' hare opened a
Stationery and News Depot in the New
Hawaiian Gazette Block, No. 35 Mer
chant Street, where they are prepared
Ink nml Muclliifje,
In quarts, pints, half-pints, and cones.
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
-ap, envelopes, rapetenes, etc., etc.
Orfrr. Itikrn fvr iihu rfMfr(f vr ttnr
IHtprr Ikttl stilly be ilrmlrrtl.
IVambui aiiciaiun will bs giscnloiLe Xaili
t-f raprrt la subscriber uu any of Ihc utwf
kUantlt; abu, agent 1 fur lb.
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Ofders fur Kid KulbrV Siaaips reoiitd and uu(4ly
TIIKCOmNNADKI I IIAVK JTIK 1'l.KAS
ut ti auuuiKUi4 lUai I tart iwiied a hew
Kntauniit, si J Haaaakta str.et, mot iU HJi
Marlvel, and aai piepale4 lo furaij, KfesrLAM
IWrakfia, lMu.er, Swtser, v Ijukk, la all tw favur
ib wiih a caU.aa I Imcml the Itilli tar. U lb. Cotua.
ludf t.iacluJatlth4( ibaaurset arTwnla 1 aa my
D.a chief coiA, aisj can zuaramra lbl lh aba
glr. IWSUM r. b. sallrfle! w!i lb. Iu. abd tcr
iix. asoara t.a.a it Waiu ateala aacts-
Almarsoei tsaml ''(ur fop'oaltc WII.I.IA1I
II. MASON. Iu. thief ouok al lb. "OU Cuixr. uA
uliC l l,stts M (Staa aas4 liiiinik
I'ars ass WiaJiM a, 4 hJM soumt aa4 rant SSS
at Sa-sst saj Stvaa ' SJnlan sWaa aUwaJ wul U-
alaaVaW b.asvlAastss Bst-Ssj assssssst ssssl AssssssSasi -"-""'- ssaSssT stasss
Ca-toinnriniir alnJImj mm w V-
rwwy. ft Mb TWBC ff. 'lUHDir fm4
-IASTLE A COOKE,
IIONOLI'ID, II I ,
Would call attention ta their Large ami
varied Stock of
fAmsiMing of the unrivalled Parts Steel
, BREAKING PLOW,
The Molme Sttet I.trnlert, urnl riirrdwttij Plw, M(H
line Pltrl ridnf nil irt-VUnttt Jr . Cnlii
at6r. Ditt ScrSrrt
To1tn Doorn Omit; Plow,
I'bnlcn I fort of thelit m.iLM,
missions cnu.ituArKt) cNk: knivrs
mule lo onlcr, Ame Shotl nntl Smtr,
(iarJen lie, Cflnal tartow. Ox
llowt, Vokcss. ('Iain, rnce
Sugar Mitt Rcqutrcnictits.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Serm Oil, ()(ind(-r, I-anl
nntl Krrmcne Otf, I'crfrct
I.ultricAlrrrfl, riurnUijjOp At
Isany (Jrra?. I )iWon'i and
S.antJ, Mle., ulltirtniul
linOi. Sitmm IMcUinjj, V lit
nml Kouml Imha KulWr,
AOMu tuiij boon Scon,
Max I'ackini;, India Kut
lr llovr, )i to .t inch, 11,
nnd Coi!j.ling4, IS tils and
Walirra, finiOitrtl, Machine
Ikiltftlal) lics. Cold t-rcsd
ItbcLttiiittr. Knginecr'a and
Carenters Ham mcr, Pine
Cullers, Winches, 8 Incn to
34 inth. Anvil. Vices, Tulie
SvraierfL, (irinduunes, Itevt
American liar I run nml Tool
btcrt, ItiuUlers IlardH.ire,
all kind and tles Hub-
buck's I'alnttand OiU,raw
ami lioilcd. Small I'ninMln
Oil, in large variety. Dry
raint. Umber, enttun.
Red, Ochret, .Metallic. fcc,
V tilting, wernvm Wimlow
au'tu sties, Manila Kopt1
No. 1 and a Flour, No. 1 and a Rice,
Cnuhed Sugar, China and.
Oysters. Clams, Salmon.
Cnuhed Suirar. China and Janau Teas.
Oysters, (.lams, balmon, Lolmers,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory,
I'ure lintrllsli Spices. Condensed Milk.
Cocoa, SFKCIALT!ES;-The rat
urn KrroMfttr Hl, M ritntfM
trtfttfjul tJnht(Mt 14 Inch, Ittthbrr
Sftrtf ttmt VuuniH ih'tthr Jusi at
hand, Blake Steam Pump Valves, Pack
Inp.&c, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, lrrigtlng& Vacuum Pumps
Veston's Patent Centrifugals Complete.
AISO OH CONSIGNMENT
California Hay, liar lev, Potato?, Barrels
Salniun, Hatn4, Atbestu. Mixture for Boilers
and Steam Pis, very cl cap. Fence Wire
arid Staple, Galvanised Koofini;,
Wilcox and Gibb Automatic; Singer Manufacturing
Company, Aorted: Keimnetoii Conifun), Family;
Wilum Madtine, tlte xt avsortment tu be found,
ami at Buttotn Prices.
by every arrival from England, New
York and San Francisco.
1 New Tract Ion Engine, 8-horc power.
Orders from the other ItlamU filled al Betl Kates ami
GENERAL BUSINESS INFORMATION!
J. . WISEMAN,
Real ISsuato Brolcor,
Offers the following Bcaedule 1
IIKAUUKUL CmTA(H-V-one of the inm( Usuit
fulcoiugeson Kurt street, to rent, Houe contains
six rwin, Uuh, ttc, uable, Ain)tlc ground, Uiade.
trees, etc Rent $40 a month.
A 1IKAU1IKUU COUNT RV IIOMK 1.1 leaw, at
Faau Valley, half mile from Post Office, siiuaie
mi the main rtad(lurKhbiJwlurvct). Huum contains
7 ruumi, huate on an acre of Kfound. laare mnny
stable, with 4 stalls, hay U and all convenience.
Chklcn yard Ultlcrd neatly, fencing all anvuitd; goml
Iw&turage ; water on the ptctnUcc
Rental on lease, $ijo a year
COTTAGKon Kin street-comnxtaUe, and neatly
lucaied, adjoudng jamea I, Dowmu rctidencc, cou
tain s rooms. Wih, water, net grouiida.
Rental a month.
COTPAOK on LIUba street- -rear Kti2 Mrvet, con
taim j roumis, cellar, stable, carnaj; huUM,iaddavk,
garden and neat grounds.
$y rent a month.
A WXASAKT IIOMtSTKAO.at Kahllii, a miles
from town. Ampl gruumi, suitable fur datry pur
jukcs, goml irrigation.
Lease, $jw a yer
A COMrOUTABLr: KKSIDKNCK on lU Wailiki
rud, 1 is miles from town. Ilou liaa $ rfwms,
with all modem Improvements, tthblc. chicken taut
Rental y a yiar.
SMAU.;COlTAGl.M. Judd street, aJjinintC foe
hki rnwt me 14 ixn. j Al. VrUtuiy, House cunlaita
4 rouait, suut , cMcken nouui, etc.. situate on
act ruuno. i-eat oc a years 10 scU for ho
VUlrUUIt lit larfajllg IU IRC IrUIXIWater.
Reut of land $ a year.
A ftnt-TaUaM Inveatatent
CaiTAGK 10 RENT and LVURNITUKK fur S.VU1:
m a smau j ruwm cutaj on Uueen street, near
lun,bUw street. 1 uruuurw wfl fr $ju.
Cottaf t rents for $aa per month.
HVO HOU.SUS to KKNT am) KUkNirUUK (im
njii.i.ui nM.i. miei. imhh nouic. sutlt Cll
(tap M. r utitcutt so sll chcar
Rcatal Sa) a mouth.
r'l.S'C 1IUII.1H.NC. SI 1 K to SKLU-sIiiui. cm Nuu
wki sines, abot lipl UsJf.. n tikiul
SOMP. n ACKKS M il.. ValUy road, aU lU k.
works. Io lea! M fwU,
VlCAUTIFUt, htSIDK.NCK. ah all unwuencn,
.1 KUIU, wuaic ui a 1 Mi. L.viiltl xrr aJiua
su. tl Ultf.e, nJ.i.li.1 LaitJrikjei. rtC Will
le.M at tm.1,
furl, of kuuti-i l rent III nil arrlluH uf
McnWhIM iiuiI multlilrfl MuHry la (,,
M M.tlamu MtrurlliI UtMrrul V0r lu.
ow Pit ICE. ; Mwchaat .
EsKAYARt: jOriCKI THE UNDKKSIOSKO
f Ui. to noltfv U. maar gl frMod. aad num.
Atrial Mr. N. rtn SUSIISTl... ,k....Ji. j
. Uiwu, aad llul U wil U tataMd so auunaiL.
" !"". I'm watiTHa kr tisms o thi
IUacm, KiijMB'ltUvfcoN. ti .Ui you osm
Tnass 0 ! uiders J Ih. OHk n (Sua Sut.
betwwa Wlhln-i and UoWKtl'a. Dunl lueul il
DOLOGNA SAUS.U;E. IS TIN CAS a, JIJaTT
fo and io (lt dr Vw aJe Uf
p Alf INS AND CUttsUK-rsV-Mtl-TAMA BM-
OLLISTBR A Co.,
WholMaLz ai)d Kstau.
anJ mamifatturer of AKKAIMl WATKRS.
ImiNirtersftriil t)eaters tn
Onniilnn Pntont Mmtlolna.,
1'ntirr nntl Toilet Artlcl..
fir , Kre , Fie ,
Stl Anenl for tlie f leUatfil
TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES
Jtrl'ant (Ihifivv Ale,
59 Niiuantl St, Anil Corner Port ami Mrrcliant Si.,
HONOLULU, II. 10
O. HALL & SON,
Wot-tll CAll. ATTENTION TO
TlirilR StlRNllllt ASMKlMRNr or Ooous,
1 wenty tliflerent sires nnd kind.
Hall s Steel I'lowl, mtling from 5 to 14 inches. Hall's
14 tnl m inch llrealcer.
inch Kula Queen,
Suli-rMiI Plows, Hall's l-urruw I'ows, Side Hill
Flows, 10. it and 14 iikIics. 16 inch Sulky
Flows, made ecially lur Hamakua
FUntaiions, No, a IIuckFeMow
crs, Flow handles extra jwitiiti
and t-ams for all plows
that we keep,
of all lumle,
MECHANICS' TOOLS, SIII'LF HAKDWAKB
all Iciiuls NA1US ami Sl'IKKS. all Units ami
slies, IU:i:i) tc UAKION'S CKI
r.iiKATi:i) sii.vr.is .
In treat variety ami in
VERY BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS.
STOVES AND RANGES
of many kinds and sles.
We malco a specialty of
,W having oter 4 e.un II of HUIUIUCrl'S WIIITK
LI'.MI and INC of (lilTrrelil iiqalitie. besiiles
a full line nf all DRV 1'AINtA wanted, and
oter so,iuicallunof HUIIIIUCK'S Imtu
lule 1I0U.KI) I.INSKKI) Oil,
call sell at ill. lowest figure. Ov.
er a.i.ai icallons tj
BEST LUBRICATING. OILS,
by llie lanel. cae ix eatUin
and LOACH COLORS, llielot Auierlcan
I'Uints known. We have nuw tl
XaATCMt "took Of
tlic Kat ait.1 FraiK., .ser offered
PUMPS, BOLTS, PACKING
Hut w. .ill ikh allem4 to enumerate an mora of Ih.
Ihouunl and ot ankfe. llal w. Veeji, as il oukJ
cover wot. iliaii a wluJ. . of in. " I'Msas."
V. cordially Invtl. our ftivmli .rut r-..u. ... -&il
ami eiamin. our tjJendul ituk uf guiids fur lUruulru
and Ihey will U convincd of wbai w. uy. la-qr
WENNER ft Co.,
91 Koar SrtT, llohriLUU'.H.I I-.
I lav. r-orJ at tli. old uand wbli a nw
anrj ejuefullv Kkctul Uock uf
And Clocks), all kind.
Gold Chalaa and Gaartk.
SIW asiWtMM, StsMh, ftc
ssdi would do well to call ami uanin. our Mock of
UrKelelr, BruiKLn, lkeli. kaniojm am,
hkh wert .occtaUy cUcte. wisJia
Slew to Miil llur ifuuSrt.
KUKU1 AND SHELL JEWELRY
MJ to order, i
11 rsfaUiUs Uantk tom km'uH repaid a aai
b.(waM biw, .! all ivlra Mrull lo u miM
U esecued W a aiaiuarr snd lo mi.
ii einr aeMiuluuaon. loonsv, ranlnrlar assw .
iiwii u fasi.1 w oram and bA. work uai ssss ijasssv.
ksns, w. lesuia la iWy. iluu w kavat .
uvmuisiiIiw rOutJ. wM waii. a.
10 obuio a bir iuv of onrou.
lo ta. rolme. v .
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