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toNTittri) rnoM rtMr r'
oltil hit whole lime lo the nnblc elmlty
wlilclihehiililc-vUeil, During the iptlng lie
went from town lo town InlcicstlnR the py
lori In hit Prolyl nixl rino fiw wotili
ntmit It M thuttli Mtvlee mt In SjIiIkiiIi
Kiioolt. In all he mailc lty mllrrc, anil
wm wholly tenlinl on loit one ilriRle occa
Ion. 'I he "CUnnct Sermit;e"ln llil lnlnee,
ncleiR)min, wlm cvlilenlly ilM not eomMcr
iermnl contact with the poor any putt of Mi
iluly. He HthI In n liirolnome ilwtlllnR, In
the rnjojmenl of every home comfort, hut Itml
altogether firptlen the OM Tt.imcnt niRe
which mint "li not thl the font tint I hue
chmtn, to tlml thy lirwil to the litinRry, nnil
thnt thmi lirlni; the poor thit arc cml out into
thy Ikmihc"? lie ilhmhueil the application
wllh the wonN, "I ilo not ace how uiir people
rn iln anything If they are fck children
we certainly coiild not think of taking them
int'i our home. If they are not tick let them
May where they are." It wmihl require a klll
ful cruul't to determine whether or not such a
man na thl hml until, or. If ho hid one,
whether It were not olnfinl(etinll)(imill lint
nothing Iml rt powerful mnRnlf) Inp glaixwoutd
liring It Into Wcw.
In connection wllh the untiring exertion of
Mr I'ariom ocr il'rcc thnuinl Indhlduil
liccame icclpienl of the vacation's plcniirc
during tlili mimmcr'a otk a larger numlier
Mill during Ihe following ) ear, and the tnmi
succt-ufiil eaxin In the history of thU lilciwcil
mid summer clnrlty came to n clme In Oclti
licr hst, when the final irty of little pilgrim.
t. nafcly lindcd In the city, hrlnging the
whole number of liencficltrlcj up to 5,599.
Thc gencrouv puhllc furnished ample mean
dining the whole rnimmcr, contributions being
ncnt in until the fund reached the hindtome
uin of $31,556. Volunteer helpers, were ready
to go with the children toand from the country,
10 tint not a dollar wi used for ilaric.
llarly In the spring the liitning Pat trans
ferred Its share In the management of the fund
lo the New York Tribune, which arrangement
teems to have furnished greater facilities than
before for prosecuting the work. The reflex
Influence ol this churning clnrity upon those
who line aided It can hardly lie estimated.
Many n hard and tinlinprcssiblc nature has
lwcri softened, awakened, ami won even to
tears, by the gentle touch of n baby hand, and
the loving prattle of one and another of the
tiny summer boarders, "angels unawares,"
whom theylmc received into their homes.
Good Christiins, also, who hue listened ail
their Hies to eloquent sermons on the beauty
of charity, have had their hearts touched as
never before by the ttrlklng object-lessons
which this vast benevolent enterprise .has
placed before them.
This article would be incomplete were the
"Story of the Scotchman omitted, a story
which Mr. Parsons frequently relates lo his
audiences with telling effect:
As n city missionary was one day collecting
a band of children for him to take into the
country, she cajnc upon a miserable family
which hail just been turned out of doors. The
parents being both intoxicated, the mother, if
possible, in n worse condition linn the father,
paid no attention to their children, so the lady
took two of them by the hand nnd brought
them with the rest ot her parly to the North
Uivcr boat, which was just about to leave.
A Mr. l'arsons speaks of these two children as
Iwing "the most pitiable objects he ever be
held." They were In rags, shoeless nnd hat
less, their hair was matted together, and their
faces were M begrimed with dirt they seemed
to defy ev en soap and the scrubbing-brush.
The contrast between themselves and thcothcr
children, who had been washed and neatly
dressed in preparation for the trip, was so
gnat that the two little fellows slunk off by
themselves, curled up on a coil of rope, where
they were somewhat hidden, and went to
sleep. On arriving at the New York village,
whither the party was bound, a tall, lank,
great-hearted Scotchman came to invite some
of the children lo his house, and said, as soon
as he saw thciniseiablc-looking little brothers:
"These arc the ones I want; we have plenty
of soap and water, and are not afraid of dirt."
When he returned them 10 the station a fort
night later they were altogether different chll
dren were two as fine-looking lw)sasonc
would wish to sec, holding their heads erect,
and the proud and happy possessors of two
full suits of clothes. The kind-hearted Scotch
man could not keep liack his tears as he kissed
Ihcin good-b)c, and the tittle fellows cried ns
though their hearts would break. The father
was so astonished at the transformation in his
children that he deci.red there must be sorrac
thing good about a religion that taught people
lo perform such deeds as these, and he then
nnd there made up his mind to reform. "And
now," says Mr. l'arsons, "1 can show jou a
little airlment In one of the large New York
tenement houses, kept spotlessly clean, a
Christian home, and the parents Iwth consist
cnt members of a mission chaiicl. One such
result as this would amply repay for the work
of a .summer."
This good Scotchman must have "sat for
his picture," in the touching little poem pub
lishcd In Jfarferi Witkly not long since. In
recognition of his Christ-like deed the lines
are here reproduced:
"Co set the labia Mary, and let the clolh b white t
The hungry cil) children ara comin? here to-nlitht :
lTc children from th city, ilh features .inched anil
Are comm' here to get a breath of God t untainted
They coint from out the. dungeons where ihey with
want were chained ;
From placet dark, and dunial, I.) tears of sorrow
from where a thousand shadows art murdering all the
Set well the laUe, Mary dear, an' lei the cloth he
They ha' not seen the dottles made for the heart's be.
They never heard the ralifilrops upon a cottage roof:
1 ney uo noi anow int msscsoi rehir auol brecje;
They never lainUcd -vild an' fret, leuealh Iht forest
Th fraraut water Idles have never smiled on theui
1 ney never iciei a lid nower Iron off lu dew item ',
Thtyncter saw a green sward that hty could safel)
Unless ihey heeded well the sljn that says, ' Keep ufl
pod Mesa the men an' women of noble brain an' hcait
Whj ga down in the folW-sauiiM on' taVt Ihe children a
ri. i.. -t .liii i .. ...
1 its iiuugtj mceiy cnuuicu wm aceri us la ineir ueoi,
And never (art to gut us ruort of ideaturt than they gel 1
Set well ihe table, Mary; let naught be scant or small J
Cht little ones an comfng ; have pluuy for 'cm all.
There's nothing wt hoild fumuh cicenc the very bebt
To IhoM whomjetus looVed upou an' called to him and
A llaitlord Woman lias ust received letter
froiutviovoung Chinamen, who wire formerly
students (11 Uiatcil). ltoth letters complain of
me uiiiuiuicM iK me -ninee mil rccenllv
ivvsaed by Congress, and say tlul the bill his so
uik.ciRii v.ninas eoniulence tn this country
that It is doudtful whether thestudints will ever
be allowed to return. One of them say that
the twisted freedom of ihe United States Is
nol what It nught be, China il.lfis the home
01 i) rants, lie thniocs on: Yc hive lust
been released from that prison house which Is
leniicd the Jmjer!il telegraph college. More
freedom is thus allowed but often we receive
many dire threats of punishment If we dare lo
lisplciw them, Sev eral of the Iw) , ow ing to
lire ncavjr jninuiiiucn Willi which incy Have
been InlhcttM, have lied from Ihe country, two
being at the present In the Sandwich islands
nd one In America. I am now studving
le.liiu.wlth a Dane. There ore eight cf us,
md each shall at ihe end of the year t,ke
general chugc or. station, Kavh station at
fwnl U uudit the clurge of a Uinej but
on Ihccombigfirsiof the tenth moon, that is
.., v,,riuucr, incy will be ilUcharBw', "id
e ate the one to fill the positions. All for
tHsnert that are .employed V, ihe covernment
ecv e very high wkute. Gen Gordon alone
wwiw vAwucupt-r monlh, woichii iui-
AODIItONS IA our itxlt iif
FURNITURE IN EVERY LINE !
And we are telling
AT T1IK JiOWKSTj KATES.
We atw MANOKAlfl IIKI. lo order
(of every Hn.l,)
Lounges and Bed Lounges
made to order.
Vitrrhntcra run hare thrtr ttoirr nf
COVERINGS IN SH.K OR PLAIN Rl.l
E. P. ADAMS, Agont.
Telcj hone Na 7J.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
FINEST AND RICHEST GOODS
IN THIS KINODOXt
fCII AS. J, FISHEL!
The Ldlm MUIUwrr Houae,
E.L LSTATK FOR SALK
IX WAIALVA, OAUV.
The 1'ieoiixi In Watalua, foe the Ji4 sltteca yean
r- - j " ...... u.a.w wiuiiim, v, naainuijr
.iVf "J4 5 ,ou c",' wuh riA WMings rhcraoo.
t or further loformatlon. aruly U
Honolulu, I)xmber t, ilia. imf
VJOl ICE. All partiea having Caul running upon
1, IhalaowujJoelcaMdbyihtKoHAiA Rakcu
arthntby WAKNtUaganus hirJui oc dnving notk
eaout oa the Monday of each week, and any out
round Intoawina' or dnvuvf stuck unon Iha aald Us.U
at any tlata but lae day above tuaud, uokae imh-irrl
m ua w ey , ewiM lieuaccuica TrfiStn to Saw.
Itus reguUlwu wdaU mttlv eafomuV, .
t-4t ilnif UUau KJakKaath.
-"ASTLH ft COOKtJ,
llrtKfll.l'U', II I ,
W011I t tall attention Ir) thlr Large and
varied Stock of
OmUiIng nf the unrivalled Paris .Steel
The Molme Sll llrnlfrt. anil Furrowing I Idw, Mu
UneAleel 1'lowe all ftlreriAnel, jr, t,uill
vaturt, tint Scrr ,
John Donrn'a Onnc Plnvra,
Plantert' lloet of the bel maVee,
DIS.TIONS' Cl'.l.l IMATi'.lr CANI'. KNIVF.S
made lo order. Amev' ShovcU and Slrtdet,
Harden IIim. Canal llarrown, 0
Howe, Vole", t.lnlnv, Fence
Sugar Mill Requirements.
HUOAR BAGS, SUGAR KEOS,
Sperm Oil. C)linlcr. Ijinl
ami Kerosene Oil, 1'crfcct
bany Oreiiw. I)iiion'i nnd
S. Ami J. r 1 lei, ftll auesand
Vlml. Sicam rncKit))., (-Ut
ami Kountl India Kutlcrt
AlrtiM And boap Stoiie,
H.1X PackinCj Indii Hnl
ber lloM.)i to s inch. Pipe
and Coupling, Nutt and
'Aher, fintil.ed. Machine
I loll 4, nil itc Cold pressed
lllncksniiut t, engineer a nn
CarpcnterV llatnmers. Pipe
Cullers Winches, 8 (nth U
34 Inch, Anvili. Vices fill
Scraper, Grindstones Ilet
AmcriCAn Hir Iron and Tool
hteel, 1 Jui Mem' Hardwire,
all kinds and style. Hub
buck's l'ainli and Oils, raw
and 1iled, Small J'alnts in
Oil, In hreo variety. Dry
I'aiints, Umber, Venetun,
Red. Ochres, Metallic, ftc,
Whiting, German window
awtd sizes Manila Hoica
No. 1 and a Flour, No. i and a Rice,
Crashed Suear, China and J apan Teas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon. Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory,
Pure English Spices, Condensed Milk,
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES : The mi
ner Krrnnrnn Oil, II mliiu'n f'rii.
Irlfiitnl J.ltilni', 14 Inch, ltiibbrr
Strlntf anil Curirn. Ilrukf Just at
hand.Biake Steam Pump Valves, Pack
Inir, &c, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrlgatlng-oc Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
ALSO ON CONSIGNMENT
California Hay, llarlcy, Potatoes. Uarrels
Salmon, Hams. Asbestos mixture tor
and Sleam 1'ipei, very cheap, rence Wire
and Staples, Galvanued Roofing,
Wilcox and Gibb's Automatic; Singer Manufarturing
Company, Assorted: Kemington Compan), Family;
rilon Alachtnes. tn
VV'iIson Machines, the best assortment to .ijc louno,
and at Bottom Prices.
New Goods by every arrival from England, New
York and San Francisco.
1 New Traction Engine, 8-hone power,
Orders from the other Islands filled at Best Kates ard
SOMETHING WORTH READING.
J. E. WISEMAN,
Ileal Estate Broker and General
No. a; Merchant Strict Honolulu, II. 1,
I have now several neat HOUSES and COTTAGES
lo let in various parts of Honolulu and suburbs. Also,
some ood Building Lots and property to sell.
EsirLOYMENT Found roit those Seeking Work.
I All rREMKEO TO FURNISH
HONEY AT ANY TIME
ON FIRST-CLASS SECURITt.
Legal J'aftrs of all Dtstriftiont Drawn,
Engravins and 1'cnuianshlp Tastefully Done. Custom
I louse Entries and Correspondence attended to.
AGENT I OR THE BEST
Fire ausd JLIH Imastrssaoe CaasBasmlM
IN THE WORLD.
Hills Collected ; Bools and Accounts Kept ; Orders
of every business nature troni the other Islands vtill
meet vuth promptness.
TRLEmohE, i; ...!'. O. Bo, 315
'HE EVILS OP. PAINTING
" It has been said vnlh much truth. loo, that house,
painting might, lih uudy and aoquircment of taste.
resume ill rank as a liberal art." I'mmUn' MumimI.
Believing- the above 10 U true, A. 11. KERR hat now
re-or(anLwl hit system of working the business hi
Honolulu. In the first blare. It has irmrfil ,h unuv.
of that celebrated artist, Mr. Mae Koiim. focmerly of
bn traoUsco, whose otk In IhaluMuf
flaln and ieevraf( JM-r--Jfa-f(M-
Frescolnif, clc.Isuu 10 the present time unsurpassed
and, on these Islands, has never been eo,ualUL tor
House-l'alntuif Jobs, finKlua mrrhinlcs otily will be
In future, patrons can uepend upon uy fulfilling
every ordcf on she most Kkillnc basu known to Ihe
trade. The a
S10N-PAINTINO AND LETTERING
Department will be permanetuly presided over by Mr.
Gaonia bTRATstavaa (further cuuuncui unrMCeury.
P. S. Stud for designs of frescos for ceUlaf and
awiilcrs.snifhinj nawi and u you want svny Glass
put lo, call 41 Use
"Xiamw fAiirx uitum,
No. -fl Kim Stsvutt , MetU'U
r BREWER & Co.
HONOIUIU, II I
Offcf for sale the him rf th Mlht tUrti, tho fol
btwlng ht of MeritundUef
CAnl Mutches, Parmer's Dollers, Darrcls
Ikst Plaster, Franklin Stove Coal,
Hair Mattresses, Double and Sin
gle, Dales of Excelsior, Nests
or Trunks, Second-hand
Safes In pood order
and at extremely
FRASER'S AXLE GREASE,
A Cliolt ' Imlon of
Banket Top, ttlfftrtnl tlyltt,
Cut Under Carryalln,
Jlrunurll Top Jluiiflm,
Also, per Imrk wniinf May,
Cases Yellow Metal, 18, 30, 22, 24 ounces
Kegs of Composition Nails,
and Ox Carts.
All of the above goods arc In an excel
lent condition, and wilt be sold low to
iicnivnn this day,
Fx itcamei Suez.
Salmon, in 'A lnrrcls,
Salmon Ilclfics, in kills,
H.irrcls Mess Ilccf,
llirrcls I'. M. Iork,
Pig l'ork, in yi barrels.
BUTTER lis kepi ssnd kltta
lluttcr, in glass jars,
An assortment of Cnsc Goods,
Cases Jams and Jellies,
Cases Dried Apples,
TURKEY rand TONGUE lnrtue
Cases Dried llccf,
Cases Soda Crackers,
Cases Saloon Pilot Dread,
Cases Cocoanut Taffy Cakes,
Cases Talacc Mixed lliscuits,
Coses Oatmeal, in lo-tb bags,
Cases Commcal, in 10 lb bags,
Cases Split l'cas,
ONIONS- -in cast
Cases and bags Red Potatoes,
Bags Ked Ucans,
llags White Beans,
Ooldon Qato Roller Flonr,
Cotton Duclc, Nos. 1 to 10,
Cotton Raven Duck, Nos. 8, 10, 12.
rOR SALE DV
B O I, X. E S & GO
Queen Street,. . Honolulu
A LDRIDGE & HAYDALL.
Builders andContractors ; Plans and
WILL CO TO THE OTHER ISLANDS.
Estimates given on all work connected with the
t)ridev.ork, stone and brick work, sugar mUls and
other works erected. '
Raptvlrlna; of old building prosnptljr
lluildings put up on the Instalment plan.
FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED AT 11ED-
ROCK TRlCt I
J. WILLIAMS &'Co.,
Ilaslnx purchased the Photograph Gallery of Mr, M.
Dickson, wdl continue Ihe Lusincssat the oldstand.
Hy INCKhASbl) KACILITIEb and em
plosW HKS-l-CLASS ARTISlb, we
shall endeavor 10 maintain, the prestige
of the old and popular Caller),
and to merit a liberal patron
age by fair dealing and
GIVEN TO CHILDREN,
We are prepared 10 do all kinds of work from Minia
ture to life tUe either In
WATER COt ORS,
COLORED, 4c., &c
The only Gallery In Honolulu, which has a complete
luaddiikw. lo those purchased of Mr. Dickson, we
have the enure collection of VIEWS and rWak
Negatives uuule Lv Mr, Chase, thus ensiling
at to offer the tfieattst varuly la slsws, "
-AND LAVA PLOW VIEWS
AW a supply of Hawaiian and SossthSM Island cw
UiiUs,7crtu, SJheJt, ftc. Atatuatkotfinmm.
Macs, and Passepartouts cisnsnrsHy oa isistsi, '
'T'liE GERMANIA MARKET.
ItoNOtlLI, II I
nt:i:r, n:ji., Murray, t.amh,
I'onltrit ami I 'Mi
Constantly rm haml, ami ef rhotcesl qnality. fork
Hausaeefl, ItolitnAs, eic , always on haml Onf meat
are all cut and c sit up In Msfern style. All orilfs
falilifully ailemled to, and dtliv.red In any rt of tins
nnpp nn notei ireei, iien union ami tors
(l KAUI'I, l'rmfir.
LONrKAClOll ami HUILDIU,
hteam rtiAyiyii Minns,
Manufacture all Mndi of
and Doors ;
arid all kinds of wood-work finish.
Turn Inn, 'unroll, nnil 1m nil anwlnir.
All kinds of 1'laningand Sawing, Mortising, end Ten.
ORDERS FKOMl'Il.Y ATrENDni) IO AND
Orders from the other Islands solicited.
TJNTERPRISE PLANINO MILL
it; FortStit, ItotoLVLV, II I,
C. J, Hardy and II. P. Dertelmann,
Contractors and Builders,
Planing, Shaping, Turning;,
Band and Scroll Sawing,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Door
and Window Frames,
Stairs, made to order.
MOULDINGS AND FINISH,
Always on hand.
Alt orders filled on short notice, and Jobbing promr, tly
Attended to Moulding made to any tiaticrn without
exira cnarce lor knives, crice 01 jviacmne worx,
$ 1 ooto$t 50 per hour. io-qr
MIEO II. DAVIES &. Co,
AGENTS FOR THE
I rom Liverpool,
OtTer for sale from the cargoes of the Ohrron and
other recent vestcls, the
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING:
Prints of latest stles fast colors IJlue Denims, white
-oruon sheeting, iionock ione Lioms.
Drown Linen Drills, pure Linens
Blue and White Check LlHtado,
Fancy Dress Goods,
Fancy Plaids, Russia Crash, Scarfs, Ties, Cravats,
Crochets and Fancy Work, Ladies' Hote,
Men's White and Drown Cotton Half
Hone, Men's Ready-made
Clothing, India Rubber
4 Coats. Leggings,
Regatta and Woolen Shirt,
Blue and Grey Hone Blankets, White Cotton Blankets
aii coiors, sues ana weigms nooien ami
Velvet and Tapestry Carpetings.
Carpets and Rugs.
SUGAR BAGS, 20x36
Coal Bag, large and small,
Prime quality, heavy and light Burlaps, Twine,
Galvanised Corrugated Roofing,
In 6, 7, 8 and 9 feet lengths, (74 gauge) screws a
washers to match, r ence Wire, nos. 5, 6, 7,
rlh Viatel, Jlulf anil Spikes comi-lele, fire
llrlekt, rin Clay,
Whiting, Chalk, Yellow Oehre,
A full m rtmentof CENTS' SADDLES
also a rew Terr nice Ladies' Saddles,
Saddle Cloths, Bridles, etc,
3. ) and ; yards length,
Limped Salt, Rock Slt, DctSiiolma, i,
3, 1 4 tad snlloeU emck, GklTamised
f ucktU, iiitt, BsuOm, etc., Iron
sU. Crockarv. Zlaca.
mat sum avouea uus,
from 3 to i iadtM,
suoerior, ToBoait Clusia,
"AiminMf fW 1m X,
)i, 7,16, yi lack, Floor oUclotks,
AXES. WINKS AND LIQUORS,
awajaiHRaav m CHet,
9tJXmtf ,aa Mb tat) cum,
flaaaSaaleM B asHte aiaaft SsA.
Nrtt d-w to MacVfeld ft Co.'.
Ilonotnlu, II I,
Of lli Hawaiian l.bls. All lln.ll nf Repairing ami
SMl maKInc esrcuieil on Ihe most srimtilV prln
dp). At this esraUtshment horve are
In ili tlUtlcrn.ih ilfMn.etit t worV will 1i turntl
Mil In Iht (ut tire, ma in th jtt, if ftttUn
V An fmt crnfl" mir iiltrnllon in Carrbrr? ami Ilu
mjiin(f tthtUrf Ordef tor any klrul of a
Otir lnsl Sumvfv of imulrrmnlt tar ih Trade.
OriVrf from lK other LWUi-hm will rcctlvf our !! ut
kti toym .
HONOLULU CLOTHING EM
porlum. Tomal. room for a NEW CONSIONMKNTcf
on the way from r.UltOI't'., the csem stock i!l U
tjlj rrfjttnltrM of Cot,
A. M.'MCI.I.IS, 104 Fort Street,
OS Honolulu, II. I.
TJONOI.UI.U tlXJlllINO KMI-OKIUM,
N11. 104 Kort Street, Hokolvlv, II. 1.
Millinery and Dressmaking
Connected with the premises.
A. M, MF.M.IS, rroptietor.
P J. HIGGINS
Invites attention to his
FINE STOCK OF CARRIAGES,' I
Exteinalou Top Cut-nndor,
(K. I'. Uridgs & Ca, Ameshury, Mass.)
Eureka Twowheeled Cart,
Concord Open Wagon,
Iliese carnages are of excellent workmanship, the pro
uuciion 01 nrsiiass manutictonest are attrac
tive, and the latest designs. They
will be sold at
THE LOWEST PRICES.
He also keeps a good supply of desirable second hand
carnages, which ne will sell at low prices.
S1NCLK AND DOUIILC HARNESS all kinds.
Repairing and painting done at short notice.
T HOPP & Co , 74 King atreet,
fwforiers and Afanhacturert tf
Every description of Furniture.
To THE iMDin: Trimmings, Tassels, Gimps, Sdk
cons in every snaue I'arlor aets restulletl,
covered, jolished and made equal to
new, Mattressc remadeand
cleaned at short
We are noted for firit-claai work and moderate
"0 THE LADIES OF
NUM11ER OF-bELECT "LADIES' AND
H A T- S
HAVE IIEEN RECEIVED AT
MRS. A.- MELLIS'
Which iU U
e- I (1J '
September 2, iSte,
AT HER tpSSIAIW ESTAKtSMNT.
199 Klnc street,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
eta, eta, tie,
a latje stotk of hlth l constantly on liatyl, enaUmf
rne, on short nMfct, to finUh nvtlair? nl
IttiMEncs eA avrry riWrltafun, In a
Ihorouch al wotVmAiiIiVe
Jotiblns; of nil kind promptly tlonn,
and at low frkea,
IIANfl AND MIROl.t. SAWINCI
Mrirtilnn wnrll of rill lilnila.
JACK SCRI'.WS A.VI1 R0M.1!K"J KBIT Oil
With comrtrnt worlmfl, the rofnp anl failifat eae
cuiion u ail wderi enintsteil to me, l hoj to
merit antl receive a fair shara of tla
Hememler the t.lsc. Wo. to Kins; sireet, otiosite
, K. vjtt rcitclence
-IXTILDHR & CO.
Importer atvl Dealer In
And BnllillnR Material
of All limN, jutt recetvetl. ex Late arrtrafi. Vetera
Urg and well tckited cargoes of
' comfirising all tltf usual stock sbei
In Scantling;, Timber,
Planks and Boards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scantling, I lane surface and rouzh Hoards, ur
faced and roujfth Ilatten, VkIcI, Kuitlc,
lattice and Clapboard
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
All Ut, of Eatern and California malce, and for
tale in quantities to iuit, at low price.
Also, ik Stock,
WHITE ZINC, PAINT OILS,
.METALLIC AND OTHER TAINTS.
GLASS AND SALT,
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fine assortment of
in latMt atyltM.
Firewood, PIANO TUNER m
f- , l
Nails, Screws, In thU Kiuff(iom (s connerUd $j
Locks, Bolts, ' .-
Butts, etc., -J!
AT LOWEST PRICES. MUSIC STORE. ei
t ast, uut not least i Tuning f
G-OO KIM Repairing, ,fj
WouM hVe to announct, la a miU manner, thai at f t if
THE STORE, '-T"
wtu. c rovKts Tna mew y-.j
holiday stock and readjusting, 'H
....or,... , t
SUITAULE FOR PRESENTS.
Ladies would do cll to call and examine our
Fancy Dress Materials,
Feathers and Artificial Flowers.
Goods in Great Variety,
Mrn't, ; asset Ttmthtf Cltllng.
V VOU WANT
A CHEAP OUTFIT OT CLOTtUM,
Something Neat tn
, Call and lruiit for Yourselies.
Or O O
Con. 1'oar and HriTixStsisrra.,
-pO MECHANICS, SPBCULATORS
A Korr Ckaavr a isxssre ComfortaU
Mmt om JlesmsisitU Term,
WITHIN AN- KASV DISTANCE OF TOWN.
Pot aak, a ssuynlncau wu-atory DWELLING
HOUSBU ta. asZl aad aahjUhwa UahiyoC tUu
Uasa; stands oa ux-tMus U u tat, man tr kss, 4
taXM Uad, Ttsa hottat coiliuss lv rogau on l Be
rasusd sour last iassr raooss ass law aacuad luv. Isk
Hsacisau) Lsdwajr, assd oa the not a luahssii ssf isussua
dasjspi; Uw rwa, aad tsratrctaweniaaw 1a laa warU
llsafcn, ransay hnsiia, Wsiai. eat.
lasfacMM bmusl. I sitae aad ssnillsmu tsawayaj
'' jaW WaTaWaapa PVeV iaf VeaSaUpea
laattaa la SaUaaVal aaal at naTl.atf til ataaltat
ntf w CAVAWACWS AGtltOr.
DLANT ATKMf OVSHtUUt WANTSa
mtf ttiu tin brrrclAt, fror
JUDGES IM HOROLOGY.
fti CttmU'falWi of th fM.U ileTttaftl h ihl samln
at ion, ttml ih rrMwlrfKor tkfnr.t rtf lnhr
cm il ChmjrjiifT mtftt MMcd try lh
ttt hl(he4 t4lHtf ry b
ftmrHl It itteedfntljr difficult
14 maW imch ft claM.frrjt
lion In UsTtAi il1
0(VK F.VKN-HANOEn JUSTICK TO AL(.
WU APUI41S TO 7HI
AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY,
MattacrniKtts. U. & A.
A fifM-Uii award and imh tAt ipefUl dtttnclWt,
diploma, mdat. or award at tomUtent with lh da
tii and 6bli2atloftf of t) hotporaUe Sydney Interna
tWial Cbmrnijn, for the target ami mmt cotnpkte
CJihiUt of borolotftcaJ Inttrament etamlned
They ilv j-ropote. at the onJjr meant by whkh Ineir
apiUtlon of the meritt of th jfoducliont of tM
comjiany can 1-9 adennattljr or equitabl recosnlefj by
the committee on Jndlnj atl Awardt, that a viartte
firtltat award t-t given far the tlaK'keeplnc quahlte
01 mi grauct ot inrw wiiutea.
Alio, a ttstirale fittt-tli Award far th tr(rttnn 1st
thU tyttemof watchmaking and the ImfrroTementt tn
(he mechanical pari of the watch, being notably In the
mainspring ad jrotftg barrel, the patent aafety pinion,
me pcnrci rytcyiotaa. form 01 au me icetn 01 tne train ,
tn every grade of watch alike, and the Itochronal ad
4twi. m hi scvaau wru itn- ;w ithmc oi cnnipcrnat
AIsa a af.a sf.a m.l a-. .. ..1- -a - - .
f aKpaUsltV tlMVayia( alMU 1UT lltaj IIRITVTC
n tfte. the nomter of art lute formt and deiigrrt
Ufd, the bauty and elegance of their f.mh, and for
tbctr new and Inde&tructiUe method of enamel ing.
Attn to Charlct W. Woerd. mechanical ttroerintend
ert Amncan Watch Company, Waltham. Matv
j, o. i
The following U the order of award maJe ry the
Sydney International Kihibttlon CommlAion to the
American Watch Comply, of Waltham. Man ;
Gold and .Silver Watche Ftril degree of merit And
ipectai mention t uoid Medal,
Timekeeping nualitiet of all grade of Waicbe Plrit
acgrec oi menu
I'erfection In Syirtem First degree of merit.
New mode of compensating laUnces--F(rt degTee of
Improvement, finish and elegance of Case First dt
gree of merit.
Engrailng. chAting and enamelinj of Watch Cae
First degree of merit and special mention.
Charles M. Woerd, tethanIod Superintendent First
degree of merit, special.
aT There betng several worthleM watthe bearing
the marks of WjJtham Watches ditco-rercj wahui the
past teren months, palmed off on the public aa genuine,
the public are hereby notified of the fact and cautioned
Agent for the Hawaiian Ittanda,
TUTAKRE A COURTNEY,
We manufacture the VERY I1EST QUALITY lalal
Owing lo th extent of lands cult i riled by na, we
can tell cheaper than other, and can guarantee planta
tton and all cmpLo)eci of labor against any failure of
aCdT Orders by I'ost receive prompt at tent loo.
C . MAKEE. 1 1 i.3i7i A. A. COURTNEY
Apply by TELEPHONE NUMBER yo. or tear
your orders at tU lUtty BulUUm oAca, HoUiaur
& Co.s or T. G. IVum't, Fort f-lrret. 1 umng.
kTuiDg, KeUiffing and Keadluuiiaa.
No. soy Fort St.. HoMkla. H7t7
IN EVKXV BRANCH
V-t O. r. WBsUV UmU
J DWELL STEEL ENOkAVEU CARDS AKI
j lolJs, for llusiaesa Cards, Hall I'rofranssar,
eooa, etc, meiJ In br( ranetjr al ska Saiviuav
Paasa Osric. Na Kaahuasaaa aim. in
WR&, THOSs LACK,
Na n fo'T Sraair, HaHai.vi.ir, H. I.,
AalGeuulo. PARTS, ATTACHMENTS, OIL AND
Accnsuno, Arm Cur Ik. WHITEkl sk.
LIGHT.KUNNING NEW HOfil
alcKM, iltfararda ytfinaa
Nm.IU .U LIh.s
ConicaUl Silk la all oam and Sssea, Hwbgwre'a Uaaa
iuhu, swsi vf. ;, i, atacAsssa voues,
AeM t Urn IMrawetsi'a
Reliable Cut Paper Pattcraa,
AoJ iiUkajJoiu. iJcsler la
Metntlreri, Ouh hmI
Shot, Pomiu Cfttai Uxalsc CaruUaM. r.nia.
"7!Vi " Varaaat ttM nf nwa. tsat ,
leaders, Tt&acto, aac H ratsiassaai lafat ,)
ATTIKVS. a THRUM'S fOUT-WT. fraut
T WUssMssWsiM sssstaaid IMli
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