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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, iMj
Oh, lovely earth f awake lo welcome hef.
And spread a llow'ry path beneath her feet ;
11 new b,m Spring in beanty re appear,
Ami V t her temples with Its odours sweet.
tMhe all thy banks whh mow, that she may rest i
W real he in tl h folkete each protecting tree !
1 win r.wy garlands o er her liljf UHt,
And wMlrr sunl,em on the verdant left.
Ilird- ifT Ihe the sylvan grove, sing sweet and low,
rt hush to hear her answering voice divine ;
Ye balmy Wind, your melody bMnw,
In praise of her, my own, mv Valentine 1
Your brightest rays y Stars t, evening, shed,
And BiW her home with your enchanting lieoirw !
Willi sjv'ry splendour wreathe her smmbetriig hrad.
And imile, ye llanet, on her peaceful dreeim ;
Then t'rfne Wet jpsil, hold your walth around,
t mard Willi your prewe of All rnot deaf ;
Ilraw near ami shield the consecrated ground
W here lovely Innocence it tleeph( near,
ho earth ami sky, with all their glittering host,
In Jealous care shall Kill their powers combine,
While I alone, who fain would olfrr mmt,
Have n'lae.ht but tali to give my Valentine I
GEORGE E. PRENTICE'S ADVICE.
To a ouni; man away from home, filcndlcM
ami forlorn, in a Ktcat city, ihe hours of peril
are lliow lietucen sunset ami lictltimcj for the
moon ami the stars sec more evil In a single
hour than thr; nun in a whole tl.iv' circuit.
The loct's visions evening arc all cintxxcd of
lender ami "nothing imagci. It brings the
..... 1 . .. 1.1 - . u ll.. .Llt.l InEl. Mrjtiii.'t
wanucrcr to nit iioinu, un-um" u,n. muiim
arms, the ox to hi stall ami the weary laliorer
(o hit rctt. Hut to the gcntle-hcartcd youth
who it thrown upon the rocks of the pittllets
city, anil ttamlt homclcs amlil a thotttantl
home!., the approaching evening brings with
it nn aching sense of loneliness ami desolation
which comes down upon thcsplrit like darkness
upon the earth. In this mood his best Impulse
liccomt a snare to him! ami he is led astray
liecause he Is social, affectionate, sympathetic
ami warm hcarteil. II there lie a young man
thus rireiimttanecd within the sound of mv
voice, let me say lo him that liooks are the
friends ol the friendless, and ft library Is the
home of the homeless. A taste for reading will
alwayjt carry jnu to converse with men who
will influence you with their wlvlom and charm
sou by their wit, who will soothe you when
fretted, refresh jou when weary, counsel on
when nr-mlriril. and svmmthlC with VOU at
all times. IMI spirits in the middle ages were
exorcised and driven away by a bell, liook
'and candle, and you want but two of these
agents, the liook anil tlic camllc.
A aiTA TION IN NORII'A V.
Further particulars arc to hand with respect
to the journey of King Oscar, of Sweden, into
Norway, and the Insurance of his life for (too,.
ooo crowns, which, as already mentioned, was
effected by him Irelorc he starlet!. I lie agita
tion which is going on in Norway has been
conducted by the well-known writer, lljorns-tcrnc-lljornsen,
who has made no secret of his
determination to try and overthrow the llcr
nadultc dinasty in Norway, to abolish the
union between that country and Sweden, and
to establish in Worway a leilcrai rcpuuiic,
The strucclc between Norway andtheSwed
Ish Government commcncitl when the Storlh
ing of tire former country called in question the
King s right ol absolute veto, Inn the tiiitcrenec
would probably hae been smoothed over if the
writer, lljorsternc Itjornsen, who considered
l.!....-la" I... 1 ..1...1 1... .n..,.ll,!nil tliaa L'tewa. lolil
himself Inslutcd by something the King had
said, had not challenged his sovereign. Tor
this he was sentenced by the court of justice
Ion jcar's imprisonment, but he escaped lo
Germany and has been allowed to return lo
rvorway ami resume his campaign against me
monarchy. As the general elections are impend
ing in Norway (they base since resulted in a
crushing defeat of the Government, some
four-fifthsof the new deputies beingrepublicans),
King Oicar, with the view of showing that
there was no truth in the report thai lie in
tended to abolish the Norwegian constitution
and occupy the country with the Swedish
army, determined to (jo to Christiania himself,
and bis object in insuring his life was to let the
Norwegian" understand that, though quite
aware of the danger he was incurring, he was
not afraid of facing his adversaries. Whether
this attitude will succeed in disarming the
oposition yet remains to be seen; but if the
republican party obtains a majority in the new
Storthing, King Oscar's osition will be a
very dillicult one, as the only power which he
ixkscsscs is to veto a measure twice, and the
nwctlisliannyhas no right to enter rvorway.
HILL TO PROHIBIT ASSESSMENTS.
The following isthc rigid bill of thejudiciary
Committee lo pruhilut political assessments, re
twrtcil by lMmtinds to the U. S. Senate. It
provides: First, that no person in the service
ot the Government, whether legislative, execu
tive or judicial, shall, directly or indirectly,
solicit or receive or be in anv manner concerned
In soliciting or receiving, any assessment for
any political purpose whatever, from anyofficer,
clerk or cmplojce of the United States, at or
Ironi any person receiving any salary or com
cnsation from moneys derived from the Trea
sury of the United States. Second, no person
shall, in any room or building occupied in the
discharge of his official duties, by any officer
or employe of the United States mentioned in
this act, solicit or receive any contribution of
money or any other thing ot value lor any poli
tical purpose whatever. Third, no such officer
or cmployccof the United States shalldischargc
or promote or degrade, or in any miner change
the official rank or compensation of any other
officer or cinplov ce, or promise or threaten so
to no ny reason ol any vote sucli oilicer or em
ployee has given or withheld, or may purpose
to give or withhold, at any political election,
or forgiving or withholding or neglecting lo
make any contribution of money or other val
uable thing for any political purpose. Fourth,
no officer, clerk or other person in the service
of the United States shall pay Jo any member
of either House of Conntcss anv money or
other valuable thing an account of or lo lie
nppueu to the promotion ol any political oo
ject whatever. Conviction of the violation
of any provision of the act is made punishable
by fine not exceeding $5,000 or by imprison
ment not exceeding three years, or lioth. It
also proiioscs to repeal Section 6 of the act
approv esl August 15th, 1S76, entitled an act
making anapprtipriation for the legislative, execu
tive and judicial expenses of the government
for the year ending June 30th, 1S77, and for
other purposes, with the provison, however,
"this reH.'.tl shall not affect the proscution and
punishment of any offences committed against
THAT OLD SAN DIEGO INDIAN,
Since the artlci nnblUhcil in the Sun in
regard lo this aged Indian, many inquiries
have liccn made as lo wether anvthlng further
could Ik: learned of him, or of his exact age.
It lui been found that he was present at flic
laying of the corner sumo or Ihe old Mission
lao years ago, thatlioluvl with him his wife
and three sons, one a young man who could
not have been less than eighteen years of age,
the second Iwy fifteen or sixteen vcars old, and
the tliiid nine or len years of age. Men living
now who knew the lwys when they were alive
MV tliat the bo old men when known here
often told of seeing the old Mission built, of
wis ic.vh wncntno woik was begun, ami the
ceremony at la) ing the corner-stone. All then
remembered it well. Juan .Melcmlrex, of the
Krai del Castillo, who had known the family
for over 50 years, savs that old "I.ong Hide '
was believes! to be over loo j ears old when
he first knew him over fifty vcars ago. The
old people who have known him the longest
believe liiin to Ins over loo years of age. Until
about awn ago he walked with case, and until
sithiri the past three years was as straight as
on arrow, of a large line frame, splcnditT phy
sique, head erect, and looked and appcarad like
one of those old veterans we read oUn Cooper's
ami other nov els, .Vutiei in the Heal Intended
lJ .? ,he 0,J man' 1'hotograph taken for the
New ork ffruJif and .rrV' ll'utfy, but
the old Indian did not want to come to San
P'W' .'llcrc nc'alJ M nny of his people
had died. Down to two vcars ago there was
not an Indian, old or )oung, lit Ins whole band
that could liandlc him. 1 le very seldom tlrank
any liquor of any kind, and neer was seen
ifi.', ?l ,,bcliwl lhatihe record of the
OI4 Mission, when it was begun, contain the
old nun' signature (ruarkF. M he said he
ugncsl his name to a paper that day. A few
incredulous people who, because ihey were
not present at his birth, or at the building
of the Old Mission, or because their names
were not mentioned as present when the old
man died, have seen lit to laugh at the fact of
ihe oil man's age being 155 j cars or more,
even without taking the pains to Icain whether
true or not, The opinion of such people is
worth jut as much on this question as on any
other, which is but very litllc Indeed. The
old Indian lived. He is now dead. Secrets
nave died with him which 'now never will be
known. All while men Mexicans and Indians
speak only in his praise. When the Indians
Were akI bow old the old man wis thev
nswered, God only knows. " Sih Meg,
Anecdotes of Anthony Troltope are without
ci, I Thtflati.t a. tjldby amly fair,
that the novelist once heard two women In a
wajsule inn, discussing one of his "eternal"
characters, of whom they were tired. He
rose, acknowleilgeil himseii 10 ic tne nut nor
ami promised to go home ami kill lliecnaracter.
In Ihe following installment she died of
THE SUTKO TUNNEL,
Now completed, discharge. 3,000,000 gallons of
water daily from the Comstock mines. This
water has a tcmicriturc of 195 degrees, and
it ermveved through a closed nipc-fluine to
prevent the escatie of vaiior After a pavsage
of four miles through the first tunnel it loses
suddenly 70ilegrcesof heat. A second tunnel,
t.loo feet lone and an open water-way a mile
and a-half lung conduct the water lo Carson
Klvcr. Along Its course arc hot-water baths
and laundries, and a plan is on foot to conduct
the hot-water through pipes under ground to
lie made available for purposes of irrigation
and for supplying artificial heat to hot-houses.
tgi SURG KM. DISCOVERY.
A new way of dressing wounds, which was
discovered by accident, has been Introduced
In the clinic of Professor Ksmarch, at Kiel,
by Dr. Nculierg. Tw oycars ago there appeared
at Ihe clinic a laborer who Ind sustained a
comiound fracture of the lorearm eight or ten
days lieforc, with considerable laceration.
He had got a comrade to surround the whole
forearm at once with a thick paste of peat
mold, on which was laid a rough splint of
wood. When he came to the clinic he was
in good general health, and on clearing off
Hie mom the nocior louml the wound to lie
healing beautifully, without any sign of sup
puration. Dr. Ncubcrg was led by this ex
periment to Investigate the properties of peat
mold, and his conclusion is that it is peculiarly
valuable for the purpose ol dressing wounds,
chiefly because ol its great power of absorbing
the products of tlccomjiosition.
THE STINGING-TREE .
The " stinging-tree " of Queensland, is a
luxurious shrub, pleasing lo the eye, but dan
gerous to the touch, it grows from two or
three inches lo ten or fifteen feet In height, ami
emits adisagrceablcodor. Says a traveller 1
"Sometimes, while shooting turkeys In the
shrubs, I have entirely forgotten the stinging
tree till I was warned of its close proximity by
its smell, and have often found myself in a
little forest of them. I was only once stung,
and that very lightly. Its tlfccts arc curious.
It leaves no mark, but the pain is maddening,
and for months afterwards Ihe part, when
touched, is tender in rainy weather, or when
it gets wet in washing, etc. I have seen n
man who treats ordinary pain lightly, roll on
the ground In ogony after being stung, and I
have known a horse so completely mad after
gelling intoa groove of the trees that he tushed
ojien-mouthcd at every one who aproached
him, and had to be shot. Dogs, when stung,
will rush about whining pitcously, biting pieces
from Ihe affected part.
A IIONAiVXA OF HONES.
A man who is exploring the wilds of Mon
tana and Idaho writes that not far from Custer's
battle-ground, on the Little Horn river, is a
place where are to be found regular drifts of
jietrificil wood and bones of extinct animals.
There arc to be seen great numbers of petrified
logs, with one end buried in the side of the
bluff and Ihe other protruding out and break
ing off in blocks, lie savs: " Some of these
arc three feet in diameter with each year's
growth plainly visible in the grain. In the
same bluff arc tusks of the .Meagcalhcrium as
large around as a man's lxnly, which are like
wise iuibedcd at one end and breaking off info
blocks at the other. The porous inside under
the enamaled surface is unmistakable proof
that they are liones. lloth the trees and the
Ittsks are as black as coal at the exposed ends,
but gray in color where covered by the hill,"
JUST RECEIVED I
" ntid for sale at MRS. TIIOS. LACK'S
.Mine Drmorml't Itcllitble Vntterni,
Thn .t,fi-fiimifMf ynr iornr. rirfnr
Jiaeihtr antl th Jlnitrorni ttotnrt Shut,
lic Jliintl tririm Mnehhte. 134.1m
CHAS. J. FISHEJL,
FINEST AND RICHEST CrOOM
THIS KINODOlf I
Th- jUaAUc kUUUasrr Hmsvo.
-ASTLH A COOKE,
HoNolULU, II. I ,
Would call attention to their Large and
varied Stock ot
Comi-lingof th unrivalled Paria Stect
The Moline StrrI IlreaVert. and Furrowing Plow, Mo
line Steel Plows all ie Planet, Jr , Culti
vators, Dirt Scrapers ,
John Doorn'a Onner Plow,
Plantert' 1 Iocs of the best malcel,
DISSTONS" CF.LF.HKATF.t) CANK KNIVF.S
made to order, Ames' Shovels and Spades,
Garden Iloei. Canal Harrows, Ox
IIows, Voltes, Chains, Fence
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Sperm Oil, Clinjer. Lard
and Kerotena Oil. Perfect
Lubricator Plumlugo, Al
bany Ore.ie, Disarm'), and
S. and J. Files, all sues and
kind. Steam Packing, Flat
and Round India Rubber.
Asbcito and Soap Stone,
Flax Packing, India Rub
ber IIom, J to a Inch, Pipes
and Couplings, Nuts and
Washers, finuhed. Machine
Bolts, all slies. Cold pressed
Illacksmtlti'i, Kngineer's and
Carpenter's Hammers, Pipe
Cutters, Winches, S Inch to
14 inch. Anvils, Vices, Tube
Scraper, Grindstones, Ile&t
American liar IronandToot
Steel, Builders Hardware,
all kinds and styles. Hub
buck'f Paints and Oils, raw(
and toiled. Small Paints in
Oil, In farce variety. Dry
Paints, Umber, Venetian,
Red, Ochres, Metallic, &c,
Whitine, German Window
ass'td sues, ManiW Rope
No. 1 and a Flour, No. i and a Rice,
Crushed Suzar, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters, Cunis, Salmon. Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory,
Pure English Spices, Condensed Milk,
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES .-The Val
ue Keronen Olt, Went an CVh
tflfiifnl LlninftH, 14 inch. Jtitbber
NjtrlHft iiwf Vnurua Itmiee just at
hand, Blake Steam Pump Valves, Pack
Ing-. Ac, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
ALSO ON CONSIGNMENT
California Hay, Barley, Potatoes, Barrels
Salmon, Hams, Asbestos Mixture for Boilers
and Steam Pipes, very cheap. Fence Wire
and Staples, Galvanized Rooting,
Wilcox and 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-horse power.
Orders from the other Islands filled at Best Rates and
with dispfltclu ,
JOMETHINC- WORTH READING.
J. E. WISEMAN,
Ileal Estate Broker and General
No. J; MKKCllANTSTMIavr HONOLULU, II, I,
I have now several mat HOUSES anj COTTAOES
to let In various toils of Honolulu ami suburbs. Also,
eonio good HuiUinff LoU and procrty to sell.
LurLovMENT Found for tiiosk Sikking WoaK.
I AM ratFAMD TO rUNISH
MONEY AT ANY TIKE
ON FIRST-CLAM IKCUMTY.
Ltpit. Pjri ef all Discripthn: Drawn.
ErjTavuig and Penmanship Tastsfullf Done. Custom
Houh tunics and Curmpondence attended to.
AOENT FOR THE BEST
Fir utd Life Iaaonueo Coapeualta
IN THE WORLD.
U1U1 Collected i HooV and Accounts Kepi ; Ordera
of etepr biuineu nature Irom the other itUiult will
taect with promptneu.
Tiii.inion, tji ,..,p, o. llox, jij
'HE EVILS OF PAINTING
" It hai been ald with much truth, loo, thai hout.
lalntui miihl, with Mu.lv and acquirement of lute,
luiiine in rank u a liberal art." foinltn' AUmini.
ftctievuia' Ihe atuvre la Im in, A. It IfKBD tmiw
re-orianucd hi. lyuem of woiiing ihe bualoeu In
Honolulu. In the 6m place, he hat mcutcJ the lenkea
of thai celebrated anU, Mr. Max Komn, formerly of
San t ranclKo, whoie work In the line of
J'fafM MHd iferoraftr l'nprr-Hntiitu.
Fraceuif , etc. It up to Ihe pnaenl tiaw muurpaued
and, 00 the Ulanda. hu never been quailed. For
Houw.raiating JoU, firu-clut mechanka only will be
In uturt, itttrons can depend upon by fulillW
tfCfV Latitat nn iKa mJ arlMlru l..:. 1 ' . . IlT
SIGN.PAINTINO AND LETTERING
fWnartmefie latll Im rniiuML vtl I u-
CEoacsSTKATaiKiiiii (further T-Tirmeot iioiMceaaaryX
P. Si Send for deuraa tj ftn t .IIIh !
ooroioet aoeaelhint Mv; and if yo wutt ao, Claaa
"tibkm" rntr btvmm,
No, II Kiw Stwwt,.....,,' lltuKX.iu
r BREWER & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.
Offer for tale the careo of the Mttria P.ttit, the fot
lowing lilt of Merchandiiei
Card Matches, Furmer'a Boilers, Barrels
Best Plaster, Kranklin Stove Coal,
Hair Mattresses, Double and Sin
gle, Balcsjoi Excelslor,,Nests
of Trunks, Second-hand
Safes In good order
and at extremely
FRASER'S AXLE GREASE,
A Choice telectlon of
llashct Tups, diffirtnt ttyttt,
Vat Under Carryalls,
JlrunucU Top Mayflies,
Alto, per balk EJwanl Ma,
Cases Yellow Metal, 18, ao, 33, 34 ounces'
Kegs of Composition Nails,
and Ox Carts.
All of the above goods are In an excel
lent condition, and will be sold low to
"DECEIVED THIS DAY,
Kx tteamet Suer,
SALMON in barrel.
Salmon, In Yi barrels,
Salmon llcllies, in kitts.
Barrels Mess Ilecf,
llarrcls P. M. Pork,
Pig Pork, in barrels.
BUTTER in keg and kltta
iluttcr, in class jars,
An assortment of Case Goods,
Cases Jams and Jellies,
Cases Dried Apples,
TURKEY and TONOUE la case.
Cases Dried Beef,
Cases Soda Crackers,
Cases Saloon Pilot Dread,
Cases Cocoanut Taffy Cakes,
Cases Palace Mixed Biscuits,
Cases Oatmeal, in lo-lti bags,
Cases Commeal, in 10-fti bags,
Cases Split Peas,
ONIONS- i In
Cases and bags Red Potatoes,
Hags Red Brans,
Bags White Beans,
Oolden Oats Roller Flour,
(.otton Duck, Nos. 1 to 10,
Cotton Raven Duck, Not. 8, 10, 13.
FOR SALE DY
Queen Slrtet. Honolulu
A LDR1DGE & HAYBALL.
Builders and Contractors; Plans and
WILL GO TO THE OTHER ISLANDS.
Ettlmatet given on all work connected with the
Drills work, atone and brick work, tugar mill! and
other workt erected.
Repairing of eld Iraildlagi promptly
Iluildio2S put up on the InitalmenCptan.
FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED AT BED
ROCK PRICES I
J. WILLIAMS & Co.,
Having purchatcd lh Photograph Gallery of Mr, M.
Inckton, will continue Ihe buuneual the old ttand.
lly INCREASED FACILITIES and en.
ploying FIRST-CLASS ARTISTS, we
1 tnall endeavor lo mainlalnhe preallge
of Ihe old and popular Gallery,
and 10 merit a liberal patron
age by fair dealing and
GIVEN TO CHILDREN,
We are prepared lo do all klndt of woik from Minia
ture to life aire either in
COLORED, it. ac
The only Gallery In Honolulu, which hat a cotavlete
Collection of r
In addition to thou purchaMd of Mr. Dtckaoo. we
have Ihe entire collection of VIEWS end Portrait
Negatives nude by Mr. Chaae, thui enabling
tu 10 offer ihe greatest variety la viewa,
AND LAVA FLOW VIEWS
M10. a tupply of llavaiiaa and South Sea Ivlaod cur
wiva, rnu, owvan, esc a ase etoca or rnawt,
Matt, and Hiatparueu m net entry on head.
Ghere-ra Jteeeeteeel eet laeiaywe.tee
'T-'HE GERMANIA MARKET.
IIONOll'LV, II I,
JIEEF, VEAL, MUTTON, LAMll,
Poultry anil fish
Constantly on hand, and of choice! quality. Pork
QeillAne lUIAHHa At alatrt . l.ea.1 .. a.aa
Han,. iivkjcimi, ctif aeiieeej uu theinj. UIII 111 rail
Are all cut an put up In Ktern t)Ie. All orders
iBiiuiuiir stticiHicu iu, ami 1 uciivrcu in itnr ar 01 inc
city, ihop on Hotel Street, lrtwen Union and Kort
Cl.ula f..af1 l Ueltrtll II
"" wmn .r, ijji 1 . j ropnciOfe
CONTRACTOR and IIUILDER,
STEAM VLANIXO MII.TjS,
Manufacture all kindt of
and Doors ;
and all kinds of wood-work finish.
Tnrnlnp;, aoroll, and band enuring.
All kiiitli of Planing ninl Safttng, Mortising, nnil Ten.
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATI r.NDED 'IO AND
OrtVrt from the other Idand aoticited. f&6-qr
pNTERPRISE PLANING MILL.
it; Fot SriET, IIimoLULf, It. I,
C. J. Hardy and II. P. Derteimann,
Contractors and Builders,
Planing-, Shaping, Turning,
Band and Scroll Sawing,
Doors,ISash, Blinds, Door
and Window Frames,
Stairs, made to order.
MOULDINGS AND FINISH,
Aiwa) 1 on hand.
All order filled on short notice, and JobUng promptly
attended lo. Moulding made to any pattern without
extra ciiaree iur kimei. trice ot Machine work,
$ oo(o$i iq per hour, io-qr
HEO H. DAVIES & Co.',
AGENTS FOR THE
Offer for sale from the cargoes of the Oberott and
other recent vessels, the
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING:
Prints of latest ttyle fat colors Blue Deninn, white
cordon aneetin. Jiorruck t-oiff Llotlii.
lirown Linen Prills, pure Linens,
Blue and "Whit Check Idatadot,
Fancy Dress Goods,
Fancy Plaidi, Russia Crash. Scarfs, Ties, Cravati,
Crochets and Fancy work. Ladies' Hoc,
Men's White and Itrown Cotton Half
Hose, Men's Ready-made
Clothing, India Rubber J
Regatta and Woolen Shirts,
Illue and Grey Horse HUnkcts, White Cotton Ulankcts
all colors, sues and weights- Woolen and
Velvet and Tapestry Carpetings,
Carpets and Rugs.
SUGAR BAGS, 20x36
Coat Bags, Urge and small,
Prime quality, heavy and light Hurbps, Twine,
Galvanised Corrugated Roofing,
in 6, 7, 8, and 9 feet lengths, (44 gaugr) screws and
washcrttto match. Fence Wire, nos. 5, 6, 7,
t'lth l'lales, Jlolli mill Uplkr coonttete, Pirn
Jlrleki, Fire Clay,
WhitlHU, Chalk, Yelloic Orhrt,
A fuU assortment of CENTS' SADDLES
also a few very nice Ladies' Saddles,
Saddle Cloths, Bridles, etc.,
3, anj ; jranla Icogih,
Liverpool Salt, Rock Salt, Demijohns, I,
a, 1 4 and sjpOlooa each, GalvanUed
tickets, Tub, Bain, etc, Iron
Bedsteada, Crockerr Ziacs,
PaiaU and Boiled Oils,
from 3 to to laches,
superior, ToaeaU Chains,
"Admiralty TesV' Ues X,
)i, 7-'6. X iack, Floor oilcloths,
ALBS, WINES AND LIQUORS,
r sVee Stent, la pleU aa4 qusrU,
MSB) BjadBtB. BssatBBaM WssaMFflaT aiaV
I ft. WaMi CTUi jurti,
saats aad vutta,
i, ", ", aa4 "
4 ether (h cisnU la
r.aa aw aw rim.
1 la eatfts Me seats, '
. NEW STORE.
I lale jTtal .lraure In informing my iricmli and lh
puuic in general, lliat I tart
To nut urn1 .Norr,
113 and 115 Fort Street,
Where I eiien with nn entire JJKW SIOCK OK JP.W
KLRV, SOI.II) r,OU)ANU PI.AIKD,
of all tleaiplion and n cutnplele
srhriCtt-PLATisn iva hi:,
Ac;ent for Simpson's, Hall's, Steel's and Roger!
biUer Plated Ware. Uepwt of the (lenuine
Anir rican, Waltham and Elgin
Warranting all ork, A mil line oi
StertttetrM ami EyrfhtMMeM,
Thankful for the confidence shown me, I invite the
public to inspect my Mock before pirchating else
where. MyKood( standing In this Kingdom, from lonj: jear
experience in ttiii buvine, is a guarantee tliat 1 shall
oderthe HF.STat the VUKV LOWKST PRICKS. I
have spared no ckpen in selecting new Mock in order
tn la.n , m., .....!.. .n. 1 V. ,.:.. !..
av rivji Hjr in lljiuiflliuil (tint IU 1,1 C ! ISiaVIIUII.
Next dour to llackfeld A Ci.'.
Honolulu, II. 1.,
Of the Hawaiian Ulands. AH kind of Repairing and
?i iicci ma King cxecuieu on uic inosi scieniiiic prin
ciples. At this establishment horses are
In the Blacksmiths department all work will be turned
out in me 1 utu re, as in the past, by first -class
We do not confine our attention lo Camace and Iluggy
m.ihiiiK cxtKimcir. urtiers ior any Kinu 01 a
u heeled chicle received and promptly executed.
Our Usual Supply of requirements for the Trade.
Orders from the other Islands will receive our bcu at
ON'OLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
No. 104 Kort Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Millinery and Dressmaking
Connected with the premises.
01 If A. M. MIXLIS. Proprietor.
P J. IIIGGINS
Invites attention to his
FINE STOCK OF OARRIAQES,M
Extension Top Cut-under,
k r unggstt (.0., Amcsbury, lau.
Eureka Two-wheeled Cart,
Concord Open Wagon,
Tbese carriages are of excellent wotltmanship, the pro-
uui.,iuii u, iirscciass manuiactones, are attrac
lite, and Ihe latest designs, Tliey
ill be sold at
THE LOWEST PRICES.
He also Veens a gooj supply of desirable secondhand
carnages, which he will sell aj low prices.
SINGLE AND DOUHLK IIAKNESS-all kinds.
Repairing and painting done at short notice.
T HOPP ft Co., 74 King street,
Iwftrttrt ami MaHMfiuturtrt of
Every description of Furnltur.
To Tin La tins: Trimmings, Tassels, Gimps, Silk
Cord in every shade I'arlor bets reslutJed,
covtreu, pousneqanu mace equal to
new, Mattresses rc-madq aud
cleaned at short
Wt ue noted for 6rst-cUs work and moderate
II. J, NOLTE, PROPRIETOR,
Ugs 10 announce to his friends and th public In geo
era! that ha hat opened th above Saloon where
From 3 a. ai., till 10 r. ul
Cigars, Pipe and
Chosen by a personal Mlccllon from first-class nanU'
factories, has been obtained and will be
from lime lo lime.
Oua of UruusvU.li & Dalke'a celcbraled
II connected with the cUUihmia, hcr lovtr U
J " i-amil IWIaUUaUf,
pHB HOTEL STREET MARKET
Is w la a position 10 supply their customers kh
Prime Mutton, Veal
and sittythw- la ike meal line.
tl U rr OfWr. freanjal BtUnrp.
109 King; itretr,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
etc, etc, etc.,
a large stock of which Is constantly on Irtnd, enabling
me, on snori notice, 10 linwt cottages ana
buildings of eiery descriniW, in a
thorough and workntanhke
Jobbing of nil klnile promptly done,
and at low prit.es.
I1ANH AND SCROLL SAWING
. at all times.
Mnclilno work of nU'liliuU.
JACK SCKKWS AND ROLLERS KCIT ON
With rompttrnt wotkmen, the promp ami falhful e.
cution of nil otders entrusted to me, I hope lo
merit and receive n fair share of the
Remember the place, No. 109 King street, opjimite
C R. HUhop'a residence.
Telerhone 111, ,,.
Imfioiters and Dealers In
And BnilditiK Material
of ell kinds Just received, ex late arrivals, seura
'"Kc a"u wen sciccieu Largocs 01
comprising all the usual stock sizes
In Scantling-, Timber,
Planks and Boards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scant liiijj. Plane mi rfarc and rough llonnUmr
fated ami rough--II. itt cm, PicUu, Kutic,
Lattice nnd Cbiibonrds,
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
AH ues, of EaMcru and California make, and for
.sale in quantities to suit, at low prices.
Also, in Stock,
Willi i: ZINC, PAINT OILS,
METALLIC AN6 OTIIKR PAINIS,
GLASS AND SALT,
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fine assortment of
in latest styles.
AT LOWEST PRICES.
Manufacturer of Monuments,
AND TILING, IN
Black and White Marble.
MavrbU Work of siTsry description
auavde to order at the lowest
Mcnumtntt aiij htaJUenet tltaneJ anj rtitt.
Orders from the other ItlanJs promtly attended lo.
No. ijo Fort Street, near Hotel Sts.
TTNI0N FEED COMPANY
lave on Land and for ule,
HAY, OATS, BRAN, BARLEY,
(whole or ground,)
and to fact every tMnj pertaining lo ihe Feed business.
Ordcn from lha Islands will Lava ntir ttfMMt4 .n.1
AU orders to be addressed,
UNION FEED CO., Honolulu.
Telephone No. 17J. It;-)ra
PLANTATION OVERSBBR WANTED.
AllJv tmiuadiaulv lo f I1UEWEU trn Il..
lulu, or to D. tWr, Pakala, Kau, llaaii. u4if
'OTICl-'rheparinenhipof J. M. OAT, Jr.
jiaiUIlV La iWlai efasu i,uJ..J sVJ aTV.
1. arui sim u. nam. W. L. liaiass.
ule H.JTairs. W. L. liaia.s,
wwu,juri!u, im). j. ae, ut, it
tJUKNIbUKU KOOMS-ln sl a siaaiTC
mtiact raost Till OfFtCIAL nirour
JUDGES IN HOROLOGY.
In consideration of the facts dtvektptd in this examin
ation, and the preponderance of elements of inher.
ent anil comparative merit atljudirei! by Ihe
judges (nch in indernilent judgment) be.
ing eiul to 70 per cent more than the
nest highest exhibit, they have
found it ekceedinttly dillicult
to mate such a classinca
lion in degree as will
rilVK UVKN-IIANIJi:i) JUSriCK 10 ALU
KK AIIJUIV.K TO Tll
AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY,
, OP WAI.TIIAM,
Massachusetts,' U. S. A.
A firstclassaivn'i and such other special distinction,
diploma, medal, or anard as Is consistent with the tin
li,inmloblii(lloMof)li honorable .Sydney Interna
tional : Cnuiimsxiouj (oitliv Inrneit ami most complete
exhibit of horologtcal Invtmments examined.
They ilso propose, as the only means by shicli their
apmiatlon of Ihe merits of the productions nf this
comian)r can lie adetiualel) or eiiuilably rccngnlred ty
the committee on Judging and Awards, tliat a serrate
hrst-class nard be Riten for Ihe time-keeping qualities
of all grades of these watches.
Also, a eiarate first -class aanl for the perfection of
this ssstrm nf watchmaking nnd the Improvements In
the mechamuil iarts of the watch, living nutably in the
maimprlng and going barrel, the patent safety pinion ,
the perfect enir)loid.ll form of all Ihe teeth of the train ,
in esery grade of watch alike, and the isochronal ad
justment of the balance-spring.
Also, a first-class award for new mode of compensat
Also, a separate first-class award for the imprnte
ments in cases, Ihe number of artistic forms and designs
used, the beamy and elepnee of llieir finish, and for
their new and indestructible method of enameling.
Also lo Charles W, Woerd, mechanical superintend
ent American Watch Company, Wallliam, Mass.
U. S. A.
The following is the order of awards made by the
S)dney International Kshibition Commission to the
American Waicli Compan), of Waltham, Mass:
Gold and Silter Watches First degree of merit and
special mention 1 Gold Medal.
'1 imekeeping qualities of all grades of Watches Firat
degree of merit
Perfection in S) stem First degree of merit.
New mode of compensating balances First degree of
Improvements, fmivh and elegance of Cases First de
gree of merit.
Cngraving, chasing and enameling of Watch Cases
Flrat degree of merit and special mention.
Charles M. Woerd, Mechanical Superintendent First
degree of merit, special.
STTIiere lieing several worthless watches bearing
Ihe marks of Waltham Watches discovered within the
past seven months, palmed ofT,on the public as genuine,
the public ore hereby notified of the fact and cautioned
in-tf Agent for ihe Hawaiian Islands.
TVTAK.EE & COURTNEY,
We manufacture the VfiRV IIHST QUALITY Paial
from Ai Taro.
Owing to the extent of lands cultivated by us, we
can sell cheaper than others, and can guarantee planta
tions and all employees of labor ngainst any failure of
3T Orders by Post receive prompt attention.
c 11. .Maker, m-3m a. a. courtnf.v
In IIiIh Klnnilom In connected with
Apply by TELEPHONE NUMIIER n, or leave
your orders at the Daily llullcliH office, llolhster
ti Co.'s or T. G. Thrum's, Fort Street. Tuning,
Repairing, Rebuffing and Readjusting,
No. 107 Fort St, Honolulu, H. I.
IN EVERY IIKANCH
Mr Q. T. WELLS, If asio Dealer.
T OWELL-S STEEL KNORAVKI) CARDS ANP
11 KMi, for llusluesa Cards, Hall programmes,
l. .... a. Ll I. I... I-...-, .l- cT '
.-.,.., ., .vi,.u Ma tmki, ai tne asivsusr
Pa ess Orrics. No. 6 Kaahumanu street III
RS. THOMAS LACK,
Wo. IB Fort Street. Hoaelala.
mroatsa and bsAUta in
shewing- JMTaoliii&oM '
t'urii, Attachment!, OU and Acetuorlf.
acknt roa tm
Wima and the LiGiir-KuNxma Niw Howl Machine,
Howards Machine Needles, all kinds ',
CurtkcU'a SUk, bi all colors and sics t
. Itarbiwr's Linen 'thread,
CUrk's O. N. T, Machine Cutoa.
Mmt, Imortil', Rdiahli Cut Iliftr luUrni
AMI, .11.1 -...,.
Ovm and Sruatma Couce,
Shut, I'owuta, Cars,
KKHOHKKK MTOrMM, 4 etf tU.
Sewina-Machlne. Lock aad Oujs.lLaualriaa' ' -jt-
A T TIIOS. 0. THRUMS FORT-ST. STQKK
f has been rereitn) a fine aasutassnKiS IsOOCC
Coss the AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY te ksj
the aiisniion of bunday-School Ubfaries, Tankers,
and heads of rsusdMS are lavkesl. III
AGO, IN TINS, fee sale raUsMftCe.
te, Faet annaL
PwU DuSryB kHMM Coal,
H-u CAVKXAOK ft Co.
sjest, n a- - m
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