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SATURDAY, JANUARY ij, iMj
OUR SAN fLANCSCO LETTER.
SAV Francisco, Jannary IS. 1S82.
Editor SAivitriAY I'rtRMi H h Rtnctally
coneetlcsl that a perion hoe tock conversa
Don tccnM to always intiwloee Hie weather
his piincifKil topk mini lc liut few Ideas or
tittle else to talk or write shoot, tmt wlien one
liat fat tlayi ami nltjrltt to try awl olc the
problem of "how to keep warm" one eoulil
well be exctital for harping upon It. Our
winter so far han lieon one of few storms or
faint, tmt the coldest of eoM nights and (Uy,
frost and Ice everywhere, and no one pleased
outside of dralcri In fuel ami warm clothing.
t hildren mclen from eaponrc, phyticiant are
more than buny, awl all ate wuhing for leaacr
illsrotttfoiu, even tleairlnsj rain In unlimited
li much needed for crops now, ami holders of
stock In the Spring Valley Water Company
have to take their medicine at well as others
in the prospect of cemation of dividend tern
(orally, as the water in reservoirs is to low a
to necessitate pumping from other receptacles,
which means unusual ctpense, and in conse
quence the quotations of S. V. V. V. ate
somewhat lower, the bears taking advantage
of everything calculated to tlenrcM the Hock.
Talking of scarcity of water, the trouble docs
not seem confined toour own Mate but extends
cast and through the Middle Slates, telegraph
newt telling us that In Maine the flow has not
lieen no low for over a century, the loss to mills
being Incalculable, mi that water Is ttill a nec
essary adjunct of man's happineta and welfare,
the whisky tlcalcrs to the contrary notwith
standing. PR KM DISPATCHES.
Our dispatches rom the associated press are
full of the horrible disaster In Milwaukee by
the burning of the Ncwhall House. This trap
was capable of accommodating eight hundred
people, but fortunately had not quarter that
number at the time of conflagration. The
structure being six stories high was neverthe
less without a single Interior brick partition,
built entirely of light material. It was but a
hort time after the fire broke out lieforc egress
from the building by regular means was im
possible, and at this writing fully seventy-five
lives have been lost either by jumping from
the windows to lie dashed to death on the
pavement, or burned In the building itself;
the details arc too awful for repetition, the
daily papers furnishing every item ttithsufil.
clcnt fullness to satisfy the most sensational
reader of blood-curdling romance. Truly the
grecil for money passes all understanding, and
In this case although parties interested In this
building admit that they thought it unsafe In
case of lire, little or no means of escape were
furnished, when many appliances are to 1m: ob
tained for small expenditure. It is not un
charitable to wish that the owners should
themselves have been first to be scorched.
Has at last lecn awakened to the delay of our
American shipping and the necessity for a(
once doing something for Its relief, for, look at
it as one may, though benefitting a few ship
owners and builders, it must also benefit the
country at large. The condition of affairs now
is and has for sometime been a disgrace to
our great land. "God helps those who help
themselves," and when we can so legislate as
to drive away one of the great helps of the na
tion, we must expect to take the consequences.
It savors too much.of "saving at the spiggot
and running at the bungholc." The "Shipping
bill" is expected to give new life to the ship
building interest, particularly in iron, and it is
believed just as good if not better iron vessels
can be furnished at from ten to fifteen dollars
per ton less than foreign yards, certainly a
'consummation devoutly to be wished."
Another good thing Congress proposes to do
s to furnish us with a new postoffice, but the
sum spoken of is entirely Inadequate for our
requirements. What is $150,000 for such a
building as this large and rapidly growing city
neeos, inc utstnuutioti point to all parts of the
g'.obc, and in the face of such appropriations
ns $800,000 for a little town of 40,000 inhabi
tants it seems unjust to us of the I'acific Slope;
but the amount will be a beginning with the
trusting to the generosity of another congress
to make it a million. The amount of it is
there are not a few people who, living in the
Kastcrn States, caring little for interests out
side their own county, reading the paicrs but
seldom, happy in their own secluded lives, still
think of and believe California to be in the
same sparsely settled semi-civiliicd st'ate of
thirty vcars ogo, and as they are not progress
ive themselves cannot realize that the world
has moral on, leaving them in the background.
The evidence of Holy Writ is to the effect
thit our Saviour drove from the temple monev
changer and others, savings "It U written my
house shall Ik; called the house of prayer, but
)c have made it a den of thieves," which lay
ing was very forcibly brought to mind this past
week, first by the announcement of a "sparing
match" to lake place at Metropolitan Temple
on Monday evening. Many of vour readers
probably know this is where a Ilaptivt society
hold their services. The building, I believe,
was dedicated as the house of God, ami the
pastor has always been the notorious Dr. Kal
loch, but the building having reverted to the
heirs of an estate, whose principal interest is
to receive wuie returns on the investment.
rent the audience-ruom at they do the stores
underneath, which, In this case, they did with
out respect for the eternal fitness of things, to
the intense indignation of the society and the
cityal large. The pulpit was removed, plat.
form,camasicd, the pugilists made their ap."
pcarancc from the (vattor's study, tlUrultcd In
the ladies' meeting room, and made their ap.
carancc before the motley crew in full fight
ing costume, amid the thouls, curses, liquor and
smoke-laden air of the auditorium. Thecrowd,
made up of gentlemen (?) roughs and the rifl".
lair of the lowest haunts in town, presented
themselves in church for the first time probably
and listened to the organ plaving jigs and
dance music for their delectation betw cvn the
Inning matches and legalkeil prire fights with
haul gloves. A statement of the facts is made
w ithoul comment, escept the question, Whither
are we drifting? A church desecrated in the
most disgraceful manner, a governor whc In
augural speech Is against the Sunday Uw, and
proposed reductions in tax un whisky and in
toxicating liquors, the )ear 1 SSj commences
vscll and bids fair to distinguish Itself, and
tsith the dominant jvver with the Democrats,
untc4 they have become purified by their long
ictirement, we may see the air fairly blue be
Out mutual friend, the CKrmitlt, teems
bound lo hurt itself with its wrathy frothing
over the Hawaiian treaty, and every little thing
said in CongicM or the Eastern pr$ is pounced
upon, and, if oppocd to the treaty, Is enlarged
and dilated, upon to great length, but if favor
Ue It to distorted that the original remark. It
lot sight uf in the new reading given by this
inott unprejudiced Journal. Hut perlup the
New York f,M lot the most venomous
liwut about your country, its sovereign and
Pll, and as ibete sue eliki tiiitlan o
ftoyil by ob, wcU ported In your political
Railroads are constantly stretching towards
the different poinS of the compass. The
Southern Pacific have completed their route so
as to furnish continuous steel rail to New Or
leans. Vanderbilt and lttrty are to visit Call
fornia, which may mean further railroad facili
ties but none too many to move the enormous
quantities of freight and paengera constantly
Increasing in advance of carrying capacity.
In August we have a grand meeting of
Knights Templar, when from 30,000 to 50,000
arc expected to visit this city. Arrangements
are being made for their transportation, and
accommodation while here, at greatly reduced
rates. No doubt this gathering of people from
all sections of the United States will ultimately
mure toour lenefil, as many will be so pleased
with this California of ours as to return ami
make homes amonp ns, as the trip once taken
distances seem decreased, and the far off land
of the I'acific clow at hand.
In view of this Influx of population many
attractions in the way of amusements are hold
ing off tilt later in the season. I'atli and I Jtig
try are promised in July or the realwuls, but by
that lime the unprecedented run in theatricals
may have abated, livery theater now- has un
usually interesting plays, mostly made xpular
by frequent representation in New Vork
"Ilsmcralda," "Voung Mrs. Winlhrop" and
ethers, being enacted by the Madison Square
Company, sent out for that purpose, and nliout
to appear at the llatdwin.
The conservatory In Golden Gale I'ark,
which was much damaged by fire lately, it
about to be rebuilt, and funds for the purpose
arc now being paid byjirivatc subscription, as
suggested by David IIusli, whose ctlorts in col
lectlng seem to he appreciated, his method
being exceedingly practical, as he heads the list
and personally solicits from citizens. The in
jured building was a gift originally from James
I.lck, and now bids fair to be miile as good as
new by tile generous exertions of the aforesaid
In view of proposed action of Congress on
what so greatly interests jour people, I had
hoped to give a report of the continuance of the
treaty for )our kingdom, but up to the hour of
the steamer's departure, nothing definite will
The Chronhle is savage this morning and
reiterates the call of the New Vork JtraU for
Queen Ilinma, and gives the partial history of
" Kalakaua, familiarly called Dave."
Possess your souls in patience, good eoplc
of Hawaii Nci; the next mail will assure vou
of the continued cv ulcnccs of distinguished con
sideration with which these United States have
so far favored vou. So mote it bet
DRIVING POSSUMS LIKE HOGS.
The Charlotte, N. C. Obitrver is authority
lor 111c statement mat 1.. -MCLcml 01 mat city
left Thanksgiving day for the mountains to
collect a drove 01 ossuim, ami that on Satitr
day last he w as heard from on his wav back
with 1 2fl possums, which he drove along the
road as if they were so many hoes. I Ie canincd
out at night, securing his drove by means of
Iiuics, naving ten possums to tnc xic. lie
.ept three dogs barking all night, and these
kept tne possums so inglitcneil that they held
a firm grip to the poles with their tails, and
H ..v l.nr.l. nf In.Lnll..!. !.. ...!!
ill. 11 uiwuwiii ui insult tutu UII Ulllll Still-Up.
This may lie regarded as the champion pos
sum story of the season.
tUst RECEIVED I
' ami for sale at M RS. TIIOS. LACK'S
Mine. JietnorenVn Jleltuhle Vattrrna,
Tlir r.liilit-ltunnlna .Vet- Jlnmr .Irirliiu
Maeliliie ami the i;irrr,l Itnmr Shut-
utr jutmi nririHtr Jttirtiine. ia4-im
CHAS. J. riSHEJt
riNEST AND HIGHEST GOODS
IX THIS KINGDOM I
Tk UtMmm MUUmt, lb...
-'ASTLE & COOKE,
llonoii n, II I ,
Would call attention to their Large and
varied Stock of
ComHlfnit of tli unrlrAllcd Paris Steel
Th Molfae Steel HreaWl, and Kutrewlnj Plow, Mo
Wise Sleet Plows n e I'Unet, Jr., Culti
vators, Dht Scrapers ,
John Dooro'a Gaiik Plows,
Planters' Ifoes of the best makes,
OISSIONS" CEI.KtlRATKI) CASK KNIVF.S
made to order. Ames' Shovels snd Spades,
Garden lloes, Canal Harrows, 0
flows, Voices, Chains, Fence
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Sperm Oil, Cylimler. I-in!
ami Kerosene Oil, Perfect
Lubricator, Plumbago, Al
Uuiy (Ircac, DitotA and
S.nnlJ. rilc allMfcaand
and Round India UuLber,
At"Mo4 and Soap Stone,
Flax Packing, India Rub
ber Itote.K to a Inch. Pipes
and CmiplinQi, Nut and
Waihers, finished, Machine
Holt, all ie Cold-pressed
IlUcItumith'i, Kngtnerr't and
Carpenter' Hammers, Pipe
Cutters, Winches, S Inch to
34 Inch, Anvil, Vices, lube
Scraper, Grindstones, licit
American Ihr IronandTool
Steel, Ituilders Hardwire,
all kinds and styles. Hub
buck's Paint and OiW, raw
and boiled, Small Paints In
Otl, in larjte variety. Dry
Paints, Umber, enetian,
Red, Ochres. Metallic, Kct
Whiting, Uerman Window
ass'tu sizes, Manila Hope'
No 1 and a Flour, No. x and a Rice,
Crushed Suear, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon. Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory,
Pure English Spices, Condensed Milk,
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES :-The JMf-
iirr Kertmrur iHlt Mentou On
trtj'tttfni LhihtfM, 14 Inch, Jtubbrr
Sirhtff anil Canvn Jtrnhv just at
hand.Blake Steam Pump Valves, Pack
Ing. &c, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
ALSO ON CONSIGNMENT
California Hay, lUrley, Potatoes, Barrels
Salmon, Hams, Asbestos Mixture for Boilers (
and Steam Pipes, very cheap, Fence Wire
and Staples, Galvanized Roofing,
Wilcoeand Gibb's Automatic; Singer Manufacturing
Company, Assorted; Remington Company, Family;
Wilson Machines, the best assortment to be found,
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 Rates and
SOMETHING WORTH READING.
J. . WISEMAN,
iteal Estate Jt raker ami General
No. a; Merchant Street Honolulu, H, I,
I have now scleral neat HOUSES and COTTAGKS
to let irt sarious parts of Honolulu and suburbs. Also,
some good Building lots and property to scIL
KurLOYMKNT FOUND FOR THOSK ScEkING WoKK.
1 AM rSEMRKD TO FURNISH
MONEY AT ANY TIME
ON rikST-CLASS SECURITY.
Ltgat J'jftrs of all Dturiptioni Drawn.
Engraving and I'ninuiuhip Tsstcfully IXn.. Custom
,, House duties uitl CorresijnJoc sltenjtj 10.
AGENT fOR-l HE BEST
Fir MA Ufa laatsraao CcwsssuUm
IN THE WORLD.
BlUl ClkctCil t H00L1 liul Arcountt iTj-tJ rtr.U
iA cstiy business tulura Iruui lh other isUnJt suit
met stub roin4Mt&.
TturMui.1, it P.O. Hor.j'j,
MIH EVILS OF PAINTING
' It ltA& Ln Ul:t With tniu-k rtilt -- !.. I
luiatuH iniihl, stub study sod siunnsent of ju,
rsuiiw its fwV u a dUraf ut." '., J4, w.
1 vinsuijc s iwii 10 u tru, aiw IslwKK has now
truluiLinl ku Hteoi of vflU ih. busiuctt la
lliUuilillil ll. ! J... 1..L.. l.L. ..
of tuai rtltkntki atuu, Mr. Mas K0nK.lxm.1ly of
baa r luvrfsto, hos v. in lb. Uh of
I'UIh uiiif ltrronttir l'ir-Untulml.
Flnfolnf, tt, It uv Is lha prtstot lima luuurpasscd
aad, on Un Uaais, has nascf Un uualkA for
ltL(-l'ai(UinjJo', tuvKlas, mechanics only will U
1 la liltura lulmii m A I . r ..
smj ord on. lh isua auati4c batu baa loibi
sign.paint.no and lettering
t)UArl Hbartit hill 1 ......U- . I 1
UKUKSaftbTaAruvYsa (furtbec tmrnrm uuAcvesMry).
P. SwScAal falT llariK.at nt fmns. -- !1!.. -
uX'snrsi10 ' " u mu cu
"Tiatsu" iui.vr mtvmm,
No. : Kikv, Star...M,...,Hio.iu
r BREWER : Co.
IIONOLI LI, II I.
OCcr for sale the atrjra of the .Atrtfi Varii, the fol
lowirift list of Merchandise!
Card Matches, Fanner's Bolters, Barrels
Best Plaster, Franklin Stove Coal,
Hair Mattresses, Double and Sin-
gle, Bates'of Excelsior.JNests
of Trunks, Second-hand
Safes in good order
and at extremely
FRASER'S AXLE GREASE,
A Choice selection of
lUtnkct Tops, ttiffirtnt sfto,
Cut Uitttrr Ciirrimlls,
ISniimitl Top llitfilcfi,
Also, per Lurk Ettwani Mayt
Cases Yellow Metal, 18, 20, 32, 34 ounces
Kegs of Composition Nails,
and Ox Carts.
All or the above goods are In an excel
lent condition, and will be sold low to
IXXIVUD THIS DAY,
Ex steamei Suez,
SALMON In barreli
Salmon, in 'A barrels,
Salmon Bellies, in kilts,
Barrels Mess Ucef,
Barrels 1. At. Pork,
l'ig l'orfc, in ft barrels.
BUTTER in keg and Icttta
Butter, in glass jars,
An assortment of Case Goods,
Cases Jams and Jellies,
Cases Dried Apples,
TURKEY and TONGUE larasti
Cases Dried Beef,
Cases Soda Crackers,
Cases Saloon Pilot Bread,
Cases Cncoanut Taffy Cakes,
Cases Palace Mixed Biscuits,
Cases Oatmeal, in io-lt bags,
Cases Cornnical, in 10-lbbags,
Cases Split Peas,
Cases and bags Red Potatoes,
Bags Red Beans,
Bags White Beans,
Golden Gate Roller Flour,
Cotton Duck, Nov t to 10,
Cotton Kaven Duck, Nos. 8, 10, 13.
FOK SAL.R DV
BOLLES & CO.,
Queen Street .....Honolulu
A LDRIDGE & HAYBALL.
Builders and Contractors; PJansJand
Specifications furnished. '
WILL GO TO THE OTHER ISLANDS.
Estimates nlen on all work connected
nriJge woik, stone and brick svoik, sugar milts and
(otner svorks erecteiU
Repairisisj of old bulldiag promptly
Huildincs put up on the Inf.stmenCi'Un.
KIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED AT BED
ROCK PRICES I
J. WILLIAMS & Co,,
Hating purchased the Itiotozraph Gallery of Mr, M,
Du.kson( ill continue tho business al the old stand.
HylNCREA.SEH KACILHIKS and em-
ploiint URSr-CLASi ARIISTS, .
sliali endeavor to iiulnuin,the nestit
A lb old and popular GaUcry,
and to merit a liberal patron
age br fair dealing and
superior is oris,
GIVEN TO CHILDREN,
We are prepared to dj all kinds of wwk from Minis
luie to life sua cither In
WATER COI ORS.
COLORbU, Ac., ic
list only Galles-y in Honolulu, ishkJi has a complete
la addition to those purchased of Mr. PUio,
have the entire cuUesiUn U VIEW'S and foetnii
Negivea made bf Mr. Chase, llms tuabHng
us to oeter the greatest varietjr ia v
AND LAVA t LOW VIEWS
Abo, a suBsJy U Uavauan and South Sea Island car
kauiea.Teriw Wheels kc AtnesiockoffraB.ee,
Mats, and Hssesssnosin rsmsliritlT ws band.
Oesna aVeeneanM. asasei BaH&uUm,
efleMtleTealesi a 1 J
THE GERMANIA MARKET.
II0NOUL1, II I
niUir, vv.a h, muttox, hAMn,
Poultry ami I'l-h
Constantly on hand, and of choicest iualily. Pork
Sausaen, Iloloirnai, rtt, alwajrs on hawL Our meats
nre all cut and pnt up in (.astern le. All orders
faithfully attended to, ami drlirere.1 In any part of the
city, bhop on Hotel Street, between Unwn and Port
Streets. l4o-fm (i. RAUPP, l-roiyjetor.
CONTRACTOR and liUILDER,
hti:am PhAXixa mills,
Manufacture all liivji of
nnd Doors ;
and all kinds of wood-work finish.
TttrnlnK, 'scroll, nnd band erswlnu.
All liimls of Planing and S.ilnc, Mortising, and Ten
oning. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATIENDUD 10 AND
Orders from the other Islands solicited. io6r
ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL.
137 Font Strrkt, Honolulu, II I,
C. J. Hardy and II. P, Bertetmann,
Contractors and Builders,
Planlngf, Shaping:, Turning;,
Band and Scroll Sawing:,
Doors," Sash, Blinds, Door
and Window Frames,
Stairs, made to order.
MOULDINGS AND FINISH,
Always on land.
All or d erf filled on short notice, and JobWng promptly
attended to. Moulding marie to any pattern without
extra charge for kniev Price of Machine work,
$1 00 to $1 50 per hour. io-qr
pHEO H. DAVIES & Co.,
Offer for sate from the cargoes of the Ohrruii nnd
other recent vckscIs, the
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING:
Prints of latest Itsles fast colors ISlue Denims, white
Cordon Sheeting, Horrock't Lone Cloths,
Itrown Linen Drills, pure
.Bine and White Check Llatndo.,
Fancy Dress Goods,
Fancy Plaids, Russia Crash, Scarfs, Ties. Cravats,
Crochets and Fancy Work, Ladies' Hose.
Men's White and Itrown Cotton Half.
Hose. Men's Ready.maile
Clothing, India RubU.il
Regatta and Woolen Shirt,
Blue and Grey Horse P.lanliets, White Cotton IllanVets
all colors, sires and Heights-. Woolen and
Velvet and Tapestry Carpetings,
Carpets and Rugs.
SUGAR BAGS, 20x36
Coal Bagp, large and small,
Prime quality, Jieavyand light llurUjn, Twine,
Oalvanlaed Cornmated Rooflnc,
in 6, 7, 8, and 9 feet lengths, (34 gauge) screws and
washers tu match. Fence Wire, nos. j, 6, 7,
t'lth Vlatei, HoIIm ami Hflket eomielr,flrt
Urlcht, Vlre Clay,
Whltlnu, Chalk, Yellow Othre, .
A fuU asortmentof GENTS' SADDLES
also a tew ytnr nice Ladies' Saddles,
Sad41 Cloths, Bridle, etc.,
3, and ; yards length.
LtTcrpool Salt, Rock Salt. Demijohns, I,
, , a aa4 Sjpaiont each, CalTaoUed
Bucatets, Tub, Beuiaa, etc., Iron
JsUdeteadt, Crockery, Zinc,
Paiato andBolletf Oils,
fraa 3 to ia iackes,
superior, Topsail Chalas,
"Atlaiiralty Test." sisti U,
)i, 716, i lack, Floor oilcloths,
ALES. WINES AND LIQUORS,
La aaaaaaasst aasajrta
atvjf mraaseW ts catei, ", , aa4
asm. Ckau frsavib la caaes.
, "id t aMMsW Sav ClarsvU La
ssaTBwff la bass svasj a
CsBaatsaaaateaasHst aaS aaaasUtW alateaA
I tale great pleasure In Informing my fnendt and the
public in general, that I hare
REM OVE D
7o in if nrtc .Storr,
113 and 115 Fort Street,
Where I open with an entire NEW STOCK OK JEW
LLRY, SOLID GOLD AND PLATED,
of all descriptions, and a complete
SIL VEIt-I'LATEIi ll'AltE,
Agent for Simpson's, Halls, Steel'i and Roger's
bilrer Plated Ware Drpot of the Genuine
American, Waltham and Elgin
Will teas before, A SPECIAL HRANCH 01" MINI."
is arranting all won. A mil line oi ;
Siieetaelen anil .'j-('nr,
'Utanttful fo(rthe confidence shown me, I insito the
,'uuiit tu iiisjicci my siock oeiore purcnasing else'
MgcsxHtanding In this Kingdom, from long jesrs
.avviiciiic 111 mil UUMIIC.S. 11a Kuarinice inai 1 snail
Oder the IIESTat the VERY LOWEST PRICES. I
have spared no expense in selecting new stock, in order
to keep up my reputation and to gise satisfaction.
Next door to Haclfeld & Co.'s,
Honolulu. II. I.,
Of the Hawaiian Ulinds. All kind of Repairing and
Wheel nuklnar executed on the most scientific prin
ciples. At tliU efitablUlnnent liorse are
acLsmiiliV deiurtment all work will t
n the future, n in the past, by first c
In the Blacksmith deiurtment all work will be turned
out In the future, n in the past, by first cLi&s
c do not confine our attention to Cnrriace and Buggy
makinc exclusively. Orders for any kind of a
wheeled ehiclc received and promptly executed.
Our Usual Slltitilv of renuiremtnli fVir lha 1Va,t
Orders from the oilier Islands ssill receive our best at
lent ion. 105.3m
TJO.VOLUI.U CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
No. 104 Fort Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Millinery and Dressmaking
Connected with the premises.
'oj-tf A. M, MELI.IS, Proprietor.
P J. HIGGINS
Invites attention to his
FINE STOCK Or CARRIAGES, '
Extonalon Top Cut.unrW,
(R. F. Drlggs S Ca, Amesbury, .Mass.)
Eureka Two-wheeled Cart,
Concord Open Wagon,
These carriages are of excellent workmanship, the pro-
uusiiou m ursi class nvanuiacToncs, are attrac
tise, and the latest designs, lliey
will be sold at
THE LOWEST PRICES.
He also keeps a good supply of desirable second hand
carriages, which he will sell at low prices.
SINCLF. AND DOUHI.E HARNESS-all kinds.
Repairing and painting done at short notice.
T HOPP Co., 74 Ktartreet,
Imftrtirt mt Mmnfiuiurtrt 9
Every desoriptioa or rarmitBre.
To Tin LADIts:-Trimmini(S. Tasuls, Gimps, Sills
Cord In every sluule lraik;r Sets restulfed,
covcredl iolishcd and made eual to
new, Mattresses re-uiade and
cleaned at short
We art noted for trtt-clasa work and nsoderatt
II. J. NOLTE, PKOPKinX)k,
IWgt to announce to hie friends and the- public In gen.
cral that h has ovesued the above (saloon wiser
Froui j a. si., till 10 r, m
. list tnesl
Cigaia, Pipes and"
Chosen bit, a pmooal seleasw froia fusllau bwsiiu
WW VI..WWU SIMS
led root ilnse to tune.
One of rVun.wlck 4 llalke's celebrated
lacuuaetted wish lU esuUishauM, where losers ca
cst she tsit caa panstnausv ,
-nHU HOTBL STRHIT UARKIT
Is now la isiiUi to suaajf iWr autuawrt wish
Prime MultfMia Vel
a4 evaistesuss; je the awn asx. J
-U t ssaear rsiM. aiay ilillMiai
109 King street,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
etc, etc, etc,
a large stock of which is constantly on hand, enabling
me, on shoit notke, to finish cottages and
buildings of every description, in a
thorough and wotVmanhle
Jobbing of all kinMa promptly done,
and at low pilceL
HAND AND SCROLL SAWINO
at all times.
Machine work of nU'klntla.
JACK SCREWS AND ROLLERS KP.IT ON
With comietent workmen, the promp and fathful ese
cullon of all orders entrusted to me, I hope to
merit and receive a fair share of the
Remember the place, No. too King street, oppntite
C. R. Hnhop's residence.
Telephone n. ttviy
-11TILDER & CO.
Importers and Dealers in
And Building Material
cf all linds, Just received, tx late arrivals, severa
large and well selected cargoes of
comprising all the usual stock sires
In Scantling-, Timber,
Planks and Boards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scantling, Plane surface and rough l!oardssur
faced and rough Ilattens, Pickets Rustic,
Lattice and Clapboards
DOORS, SASH AND BUNDS,
All sires, of Eastern and California make, and for
tsale in quantities to suit, at low prices.
Also, in Stock,
WHITE ZINC, PAINT OILS,
METALLIC AND 01 HER PAINTS,
O.I.ASS AND SALT,
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fine assortment of ,
in latent style.
AT LOWEST PRICES.
AST, BUT NOT LEAST 1
Would like lo announce, In a mild manner, that at
CUII.VKH of fOIIT anil HOTEL STHKETS,
WILL kit rOUNU Till NEW
SUITABLE 1'OR PRESENTS.
ladies would do well lo call and eiamlne our
Fancy Drew Materials,
Feathers ami Artificial Flowers, -
Goods in Great Variety,
Jf , Ha,' and YhIMm' Clothing.
IK VOU WANT
A CHEAP OUTFIT OF CLOTKaaf,
Soawthlug Ku in
Hats, afearfc, Necktie. Ettv.
Call and liujct fur Yourselves.
Con. Four and lnira Statin..
"pO MECHANICS, SPECULATORS
AND OTHERS f
.1 Han (- Secure- a VomfurtUm
House IfessaoHtselsi Trrsssa,
WITHIN AN EASY DISTANCE OK TOWN.
)?,' f lUffUaat twsvssunr DWELLING
IIOUbE in the swM and saJubilos lacably of Kaisa
Uina; siarssbussosst-tosin U aa acre, man ot leu, of
araUa Uud. IVe house cwstauss fva rooou on the
snasad raux and four rusasss un the snood Sou, .,
sMCtosts laksasy, and sat stt 101 a losjtoul U isMsuse
1-.... Lit-J. f -Jla,.. .-J uutL.u. -.-.l
Jusijfy cossU tusia U aaasad w a WosTsuU. scale
vnt CAVANACH-8 AflMeCV-
PLANTATION fsWaUlaWW sTfeAarffi
Tac;T mom tii osriciAl atroar
JUDGES IN HOROLOGY,
In consiJsratten cf lh facts developed tn this examin
ation, and the prcpondrraneeef elements of Inher
ent and Cfimnaralire merit ad'tnlfed by the
Judges (easji in lndeiKleeil Judgsfteflll be
ing e.ial to ; per essst more tlun the
nevt highest eshibit, tlity have
found It exceedingly dilticlllt
lo make such a elasstfiea
tion In degree at will
OIVK F.VEN-IIANDLD JUSriCH 10 AI.I
Alljl'txia TtS TIIR
AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY,
Massachusetts, V S. A.
A first-class award and suth other special distlnrtlxn,
diploma, medal, or award as is consistent with the du
lies and obligations of the honorable Sjdney Interna
tional Cnmmmlon, for the largest and most complete
eshibit of horological Instruments examined.
'Iliey llsu propose, as the tuily means by which their
appreciation of the merits of the productions of this
company can be adequately or equitably rrcognlted by
the committee on Judging and Awards, that a separate
first-lass award I given f.ir the time-keeping qualities
of all grades of these watches.
Also, a separate firsKliss award for the peifectlon of
this s)stem of watchmaking and the improvements I n
the mechanical pans of the watch, being notably in Ih e
mainspring ami going.bartel, the patent safety pinion ,
the ietfect etilcjloidal foim of all the leelli of the train ,
In every grade of watch alike, and the Isochronal ad
justment nf the balance spring.
Also, a first-class award for new mode of compensat
Also, a paute first-class award for the impose
inents in cases, the numUr of artistic forms ami designs
used, the lieauty and elegance of their finish, and (or
their new and indestructible method of enameling.
Also lo Charles W. Woerd, mechanical superintend.
Jf American Watch Company, Waltham, Mass.
The following Is the order of awards made by the
Sydney International Kihlbilton Commission to the
American Watch Company, of Waltham, Mats!
Cold and Sdier Watches First degree of merit and
special mention : Gold Medal.
1 Imekeeping qualities of all grades of Watches First
degree of merit.
Perfection in S)stem First degree of merit.
New mode of comicnsating lulancca First degree of
Improvements, finish and elegance of Cases First de.
gree of merit.
Lngraving, chasing and enameling of Watch Cases
First degree of merit and special mention.
Charles M. Woerd, Mechanical Superintendent First
degree of merit, special.
tST There being several worthless watches bearing
the marks of Waltham Watches discovered within the
past sesen months, palmed ofT on the public as genuine,
the public are hereby notified of the fact nnd cautioned
in-tf Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
AKEE & COURTNEY.
WemanuUlurethe VI'.RY III3T QUALITY Palal
from At Tatu.
Owing to the extent of lands cultivated by us, we
can sell cheaper than others, and can guarantee planta.
lions and all employees of labor against any failure of
- a"ar Orders by Post receive prompt attention.
C II. MAKKE. 111.3m A. A. COURTNEY
In tlitn Klnailotn It eonneeteil irllh
Apply by TELEPHONE NUMUER n. leave
' .v . . ,. -"' :i.in vmci. iiouisser
Jr0" '.! r tLITirum'a, Port Street. Tuning,
Repairing, Rebuffing and Readjusting.
No. 107 Fort St., Honolulu. H. I.
IN EVERY IIRANCH
By O. P. WELLS, Kraaia BratUtw.'
T 0WZ-V? ST,EI, L KNCRAVKD CARDS ANH
JLw lolds, fur liuslnesa Canls, Hall Prugrauusisi.
.Menus, etc., received lu large variety al ih. haTVMMV
I anas Uretca, Nu. o Kaahuinaim stieet. ill
JsjJRS- TMOS. LACK,
Ntt 79 Kot Stt, IIonolvlv, II, I.,
Importer and Dealer In U
tnd Oenuin. PART?. ATrACIIMFNTfl, OIL AND
AaesaorU. AxensiWihs) WHIfK and te '
Lifil-T.HONNINO NEW HOME
MacWue. Howard's MachiM
, 1'iwws an ansus.
Cortscellj bilk In all odors and Suea. IUiUmis's l.ioasi
inreao, Liarvs u. N. T. JlaiUrn Cs4tn,
Agent fU Mm Deosorttt't
Reliable Cut Paper Pattern,
And publications. IHtltt la
MtyoUtr, Ouhb hhU
Shot, Psrwdee, Cape ad Mesa Ik CamsJe. 'furiaa
Stavea, bt all suet. " m
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CAOO, IN TINli, rWsWastsVassM'iC
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