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A man' chancer U liV.e n fence it cnnnul
lie licit;litliciirl by ulillcvtnsli,
A noble lull of ecry line life l to leant In
utiil (i nIi.iI ms leeii inii;1y done.
Gwl h liettrt crri In rciUlini n Iniptntlon
to ci! tlmn In miny foimal praters. Wm.
ti-c lenocr Imt. If not rceilprneatnl, If
will flow luck nml Kiflm ami purify llic lir.nl.
Sonic Trench chcmUti Inve sticceilcil In
eoliilifiinu pcliolcum, In which Mate It liurm
l'utc religion nntl timlcfili.il Is "ni!nctcrliiR:"
not the oilier thing, "Iwinu ministered until."
A. .. Slant,
The motnlnjj of lilc like the dawn or diy
hi most of purity, of Imagery and harmony.
Trills nnd suffering arc only to be regretted
w hen they have pro ctl too sc. ere to he liornc
J. A. Ftvu.it.
Il s a tedious thing to lie always U-ginning
life. They lite Inilly who always begin to
Music nnd (low cm arc evangels of purity nnd
faith, redolent of God if we but unlock our
hearts to their ministry.
A history w hich lakes no account of whit
was said by the Tress in memorable emergencies
U fits an earlier age than ours. Hornet Grttlty.
A man ought to keep his friendship in con
stant repaid. I look upon a day as lost ,in
w hlch I do not make n new acquaintance. Dr.
Commend us to the man who holds his faith,
whatcscr it lie, with n manly grip, nnd dares to
defend it in aamanlyway ".speaking the truth
No w ay has licen found for making heroism
easy, even for the scholar. Lalior, iron labor
Is for him. The world was created as an mi.
audience for him; the atoms of which it is
made are opportunities.
The whole railway milage of Europe on
January 1st, iSSj, was 197,306 miles and was
only aliout 2500 miles more than that of the
United States, while against the 0455 miles
constructed in Europe in 1SS1, the United
States can show about 9400.
It is not what we take up, but what we give
up, that makes us rich. It is the heart
that makes a man rich. lie is .rich or poor
according to what he is, not according to what
he has.. W Bttchtr.
I look with scorn upon the selfish greatness
of this world, and with pity on the most gifted
and prosperous in the struggle for office and
Xw er; but I look w ilh rev erencc on the obscure
man who suffers for the right,' who is true to a
good, but persecuted cause, amis A. GarJulJ.
The queen of Madagascar has ordered the
framing of a prohibitory law in her dominions
"forbidding the manufacture or importation
into hcrterritoriesofnlcoholiclquors. A breach
of this ordinance will entail the forfeiture of
ten oxen nnd ten dollars fine. If the penalty
cannot lie paid by any offender, it must lie
worked out at the rate of ninepence per day."
FERNS FOR HOUSE DECORATION.
July and August is the most faorablc time
for gathering ferns, as they arc then at their
best. In pressing, the indispensable requisites
to a good result arc a sufficient quantity of
paper, a perfectly even pressure and a proper
degree of weight. The paper should be of a
soft, porous nature and unglared. Blotting paper
is considered best, but newspaper will do ery
well. Books ars most convenient iflhcy can
be found of sufficient siic, and unglazcd. If
paper is used, fold it to the desired sue, and be
earful to make the edges perfectly even. Tlacc
the first paper ujion a lev el surface, then a la) cr
of ferns, face down, then about fifteen sheets
of paper, and so continue till the (nckage is
completed. Cover with a smooth bit of board
of the same sue and place a heavy weight upon
it, rocking it in every direction untill the ferns
are perfectly smooth. Rcmov e the heavy weight
and substitute one of perhaps ten or twelve
pounds. Be sure that the pressure is exactly
equal, for if the package tilts in the least, the
ferns will be spoiled. If the weight is too
heavy or too little paper is used, they will turn
brown; if the weight is not heavy enough, they
will be rough; and if there is any inequality, they
will be smooth in some places and rough in
others. Three or four weeks will be required
for the drying, unless they are changed to
fresh papers. If this is done, they must not be
exposed to the air a moment or they will curl
past recovery. If perfectly "dry, they will
The only fault of ferns is their tendency to
curl from change of atmosphere. This may be
remedied, in a great measure at least, by waxing
after they arc dried. This is a process of some
difficulty. Lay the ferns down upon paper, tub
a bit of vcllow beeswax over the face of a
flatiron just warm enough to melt it, -and pass
this very micklyoer the fem. Of course the
wax must lie made to cover. If the Iron is too
hot or if the movement is not sufficiently rapid,
the ferns will adhere to the iron. Methods of
arrangement are so numerous and familiar that
it i hardly needful to mention them. A handful!
in a fem glass Is always desirable, and for those
who tack pictures something very pretty may
be made in that shape from ferns and Autumn
jjp -V ' "ffifo:
J. WILLIAMS & Co.,
I living purchasiM Ihc Photograph (Jallery if Mr, M.
IHckvu., mIII rontlnufl (lie lumnrMM llirMnaiul
Ity INCKKASKII FACII.iril.S and cm
ploilna HKSTCIwSS ARIlIS. we
fcfnli truleflvor to niAlnta,n,l.i iTetlP
of Ihc oU Ami popular (taller),
nrhl tomriU a It Ural patron
ftge liy fair iIaIiiir and
GIVEN TO CHILDREN,
We are rf ;nml lo ilo nil Umt of wotk ftom MlitU
tue lo life (tiie cHlicr hi
COI.OKEP, Ac, Ac.
The only Gallery in HaiioIuIu, wliich h.is a complele
In addition to thoe pnrchawil of Mr. Dickton, we
iiae the entire collection of VIKWS and I '01 trait
NegatiM nude by Mr, Ctuv, ihui enabling
u to ufTer tlie Rrentest rty Iti view,
AND LAVA FLOW VIEWS.
Alio, a supply of Hawaiian and South Sea Uland cur
ioitfc terns Shelli, Ac A fine Mock of Frames,
Mats, and Passepartouts constantly on hand.
Charge JtrniOHahlr and Sattiftttttan
Give us a call. J. Williams & Co.
94-qr Numbers ioi and 104 Fort Street.
T M. OAT Jr., & Co.,
Honolulu, H. I.,
Would take this method of Informing thefinhabluntiSo
Honolulu, and the other Islands that
.they have opened a
Stationery and New Depot in the New
Hawaiian Gazette Block. No. Mer
chant Street, where they are prepared
Ink and Mudlaae,
In quarts, pints, half-pints, and cones.
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
Cap, Envelopes, Papeteries, etc, etc.
Onter lahru far any jrloillral or nm
Miier I7mf may be clrWreil.
Prompt attention will be given to the Mailing
of Papers to subscribers on any of the other
islands; also, agents for the
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Orders for Red Rubber Stamps received and promptly
PMPLOYMBNT BUREAU, V. M. C. A.
Honolulu, II, I.,
A II rertnni trrklna Emptoymrtil, ami all
Partln rilhrr In Honolulu
or at any of the other Islands In the group, n want
of Employees, will please make their wants known to
the undersigned, who will do all In their power to rill
their orders. B. P. DQlugliul,
I. B. Athuton.
P. C. Jani,r.,
Employment Commute., V. M. C. A.
T-HE GERMANIA MARKET.
Honolulu, II. I.
BEEF, VEAL, IHUTTOX, LAMB,
Poultry and Fih
Constantly on hand, and of choicest quality. Pork
Sausages, Bolognas, Head Cheese, German Sausages,
etc. always on nand. Our meats are all cut and put
up In Kaatera style. All orders faithfully attended to.
and delivered In any part of the City, Shop on Hotel
blrtet, between Union and Fort Streets,
so-orn Rtupp A Schradtr, Proprietors,
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tficriil JbbciliscIiTctTlD. ,
Importer of Staple and
FANCY DRY GOODS,
Wrenlhe uiul Feather,
Ileal M rich Feather,
On t!iUwcAloit I prcijk1ly wKli caII tlie aitentloti
if lli bdirii, la my mats magnificent t(Kk of
Musi I lis, &
etc., etc., etc.,
Every description of Prints.
All kinds of
DRESS TRIMMINGS, LACES,
and Button, 'fhc
In Hats-tr!mmed or unt rimmed.
A splendidly assorted stock of LADIES' UNDER
WEAR. From iny long experience in the If
land trade 1 know exactly the kind of
goods to suit this market, and
therefore, have no old
Mock on hand.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
At exceedingly LOW PRICES.
Coloied Sli'ntt ilh dressed linen fronts a spccUlt) .
Polite Cleils In attendance. INSPECTION IN
VITED. Comer Fort and Hotel Streets to$
r D. LANE'S
Manufacturer of Monuments,
AND TILING, IN
Black, and White Marble.
Marfcl Work of every deaoriptioa
mavde to order at the'loweat
v poeeiole rates.
Monumtnls ah J htaitstents tltantJ ami rtstt.
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to.
No. 130 Fort Street, near Hotel Sts.
TNO. O. FOWLER Co.,
art prrjmrrtl lo furnitlt iVmn il Jtttl-
utatrm for Meet
With or without Cars and Locomotives. Specially
ADAPTED FOR SUGAR PLANTATIONS.
Permanent Railways, and Locomotives and cars, Irac
lion Engines and Koad Locomotives, Steam
I'louihinf and Cultivating Machinery, Port
able tnjines for all purposes, Winding
.. . . .. .
engines lor inclines.
Catalogues with illustrations, Model and Photograph
of the above Plants and Machinery may be seen at the
ouces of the undersigned. W. L. GKEEN and a W.
MACFAKLANE & CO., Aftifor I no. Fowler & Co.
illOS. O, TIIUUM,
murictrui I v announchs
Till! HKCIII'1, KX IATK AIIIIIVAU,
I1T tKIPlTIOMI IN
L'KACKI.n1 (1I.ASS VASES,
Windsor ft Newton'
FINK LEATHER ft PLUSH IIAC.S, latest tljles,
PURSES, CARD CASKS, MUSIC ROLLS,
INKSTANDS, OI.AhS PAPER WEIGHTS,
CUT PAPER PATTERNS,
A full assortment of latest styles to be followed with
r'eguLir supplies each month.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
A fine assortment of latest novelties In
The alwvejtoods are opened at the FORT STREET
STORE, (ltrewer's lllock) and are placed at the
lowest hgurcs for the encouragement of Buyent
lloth the rORT AND TuERCHANT
STREET ST ORES will beconducted
on as liberal a basis to the public
as povsible, commensurate with
in all cases.
Correspondence respectfully solicited and Orders
faithfully attended to. 1 . C. T. tales pleasure
in announcing the selection of the Largest
and finest slocl. of M1SCELI.ANC
OUS nnd PREShNT ATION
Art and Fancy Goods,
For the Fall Trade, due notice of which will 1 given
on receipt ol tuicrn invoices. iu uaviug; iron
appointed Agent for the
American Tract Society's
A full stock ofaheir desirable HOOKS, IIII1LES and
1 LSTAMENTb will be kept on hand, and a liberal
allowance made to Sunday Schools and Teachers
from List Prices. 4-3"i
JUTRS. THOS. LACK,
No. 79 Fokt Stxhkt, Honolulu, 11. 1.,
Importer and Dealer In
And Genuine PARTS, ATTACIIMF.NTS, OIL AND
Accessories. Agent lor tne sviltie. ana tne
LIGHT-RUNNING NEW HOME
Machine, Howard's Machine
Needles, all kinds.
Cortlcelli Silt In all colors and Sues, llarbours's Linen
Thread, Clark's O. N. T, Machine Cotton,
Agent for Mm Dcmoreu's
Reliable Cut Paper Patterns,
And publications. Dealer In
Revolver, Gun and
Shot, Powder, Caps and Metalic Cartridges. Kerosene
Stoves, in all slits. Clearance sale of Pipes Cigar
Holders, Tobacco, etc. No reasonable offer
XTOTICK. Notice Is hereby given that all Monies
l due for rents on lands under lease in the AHU
PUAA OF WA1LUKU. MAUI, are payable to my
agents, Wm. O. Irwin & Co. . .,.
Uy hit attorney In fact, Wm. 0. law in. lU-am
v a ;
r notion lucas,
CONTRACTOR and IIUII.DER,
STEAM PLANUM MILLS,
Manufacture all Minis of
and Doors ;
and all kinds of wood-workTinUh.
Tnrning, lacroll, and land sawing.
All kinds of Planing and Sawing, MoitMng, and Ten
oning. ORDERS PROMPTLy ATTENDED TO AND
Orders from the other Island! solicited. ro&qr
TJNTERPRISE PLANING MILL.
117 Fokt Stuiiiit, Honolulu, II. I,
C. J. Hardy and H. P. Bertelmann,
Contractors and Builders,
Planing:, Shaping;, Turning:,
Band and Scroll Sawing:,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Door
and Window Frames,
Stairs, made toorder.
MOULDINGS AND FINISH,
Always on hand.
All orders filled on short notice, and Jobbing promptly
attended to. Moulding made to any pattern without
extra charge for knlvev Pries of Machine work,
$t oo to $t 50 per hour. so-or
To our former stock, ez Kalakana,
Suez, and City of Sidney.
AND Sllir STOKES,
Cordage, Hemp. Manila, Cotton Duclc. Flax Canvm
1 lax Sail T.nv, ltcc.wax, Block.., Oar, (8 to 94
ft) bLicklcs, bales of Oakum, Hooks and
'IlniuUes, Quli r.Ioclu., Snatch Ulotki,
I run Strati BlrJcks, Rowlocks. MaU
Heads, alctalincand rutetaUuU.
lng Sheaves, (auorted sties)
Stockholm Tar, Pitch,
Coal Tar, TarOiL
BHcht VaraUah, BUokVarmUk
Wiro Kigainfr. Marline, heuing Houe!ng,t Ratlin, Spun
yarn, Caulking Irons, Copper lacks. Iron 'lacks,
Connecting Links, Mar line-spike. Caulking
Mallets, Mast Hoops, Hand-spikes, Pitch
Moid, Tar Hrmhes, PACIFIC RUIN
lek PAINT, a new lot Indurf.
ng mi ine variout colors.
l'aintH and JPatnt OUh,
ALL KINDS AND COLORS,
A full assortment of BRUSHES Paint-, Varnish-,
renal , Wliitcwakn-,raste., Amst-, dcruir, anoe-,
and Sash llrushcs a good assortment
ofeach-AXtSand HATCHETS, (wood
and shingling! SHIP LANTERNS
and Side Lights, (regulation
A full assortment of fine groceries. Including some
CHOICE VARIETIES oT CANNED GOOlJS
Flour, ProvMon, Hread,
All of the above will be SOLD at the IIEST MAR
gar Buyers are respectfully Invited to call ami eiam
ine our slock.
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