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SATURDAY, MAPCII . iMj.
EXTRACTS riiOM THE SAN FRAN
CISCO HOARD OT TRADE REPORT.
Tlic following from President Talwr'j report
lefof e llic bin I'mikUco Itoanl of Trade,
which U.11 adopted uninimoinly, i n strong
testimony In upwrt of the Treaty, ami a my
sls.inirifig refutation of the clnrge that It is on
ly in the interest of the Pacific coaul icfinersi
Wc hue now had nearly seven lcariex
jierience of the worltinc of the reciprocity trea
ty with the llauaiiin Kingdom, ami have
found it results In uint;tnn our commerce
ltli thine Itbrvls, mi-min(j the cctalion
of Its most iinguine frknds and gratifying to
nil. The opiiositlon to It In mic parts of the
Unlletl StatM coinej from those who do not
fully iinderitanil ill workinRS and hive liut a
Minn snare in in iieneiite, n those utio on
pe It would study it as a national policy,
they would lie anxious to procure similar trea
I ii j Willi other countries, which would lrcncrit
the Atlantic side of our country even more
largely than (lie lliwainn Ins Uneliltcil in,
tly this treaty, five small Islands In the Pacific
Ocean, with less thin 70,000 population, some
of whom arc removed only one or rwo ccnera
lions from barbarism, have become as much
dependent on .American products and tnrnu
faclurcs, and as large customers of our mer
chants as any county In the United States of
the same tnntiMtlon. I he licnclits of rccinrocal
trade cannot le esllmilcil by Custom house
statistics alone, nor should the ltd lie over
looked, that if our Government withdraws this
fostering bciiefit to this people so near to us
geographically, ami so alllcit to us In interests,
that In all but nunc they are under our flag
ami our tciiavstcitircns, mat i.urotiean goscrn
merits are looking with cosctous ccs towards
mem lor similar, ami esen more liberal conces
sion, I'roin our missionary times to the nre
sent we hate done loo much for them to op-
iKisc tiicm now ami our interests commercial
ly forbid that we should do so.
The following, also from the same able re
port, Is a subject tint concerns the commercial
prosperity of these Islands, and It Is earnestly
hoped lint San I'rancssco's eflorl to have this
great direct trade and travel continued her,
will meet with rcsponss at the hands of the
government as it certainly deserves,
The contract between the colonies of New
Zealand ami New South Wales and the Pacific
Mail Slcamshiti Coimnnv. for the tracsiiorta
lion of mails between Sxlnev. Auckland and
tamlon, ia Sari Francisco, is drawing near its
termination, nnu the question onts renewal or
nbandoment is being discussed in Colonial,
California and English journals. This scrsicc
has lieen of great advantage to the United
Mates, ami cseciailt' to tins city and coast
It Ins opened n new market for many of our
California products and manufactures, which
has already becowe very important to us and
promises to increase )car by jear if the scrsicc
Is continued until It will become immense.
This growing commerce between the Colonies
and the United States Is not viewed with favor
by l.noiisli merchants and manufacturers, and
they prefer to sec contracts made wirh the
Peninsula and Oriental Steamship Companies
for mail service by direct sea routes, via Suez.
So far our countrjh as done nothing to aid this
service, ami wc nave seen, lor over seven
)car, an American company supoortcil by
English subsidy. 1 submit the suggestion that
11 may ne wen lor tins Hoard to addrcts our
Representatives In Washington on the subject.
This Colonial trade ts of great imgiortancc to
us, ami can only 11c retain uy steamers Irom
San Francisco ami careful attention. Our
trade with China and Japan isgrowing jear by
)car, and wc should sell them more goods
man wc oo.
Mr. Ilelmont then concludes with the follow
I cannot but think that instead of mlnntini'
the joint resolution reported by a majority of
me s.umiumcc on 1 orcign Aiiain, it is tne
uuty 01 congress to immediately adopt a joint
resolution of something like the following
"Kcsolved, &.c, That the President of the
United States be directed to institute an im
mediate inquiry respecting the frauds unon the
revenue of the United States, in violation of
tne act ol Concress. approved Auruit e. 1X76.
chapter 290,entitled, An act to carry into
effect a convention between the United States
of America, and His Majesty King of the
Hawaiian islands, signed on January 30, 1875,
which frauds have been set forth and described
in the printed conv of notes of hcarim lwfnr
the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House
01 Kcprcscntativeson the lull (II. K., 2,924),
to terminate said treaty. And if it shall annrar
to the President that any such frauds uon the
revenue nav e tccn perpetrated, then the per
pctrators and all concerned therein, and csnc
cially all guilty diplomatic or consular officer
,ri. T..Ti o. it .1 1 ., t,
v, me vmicii uucs, 11 any mere ie, snau pe
immediately proceeded against by criminal
prosecutions ; and also civil proceedings shall
he begun to forfeit the sugars or recover the
aluc of any sugars that have been entered at
any custom house of the United States in viola
lion of customs laws.'
"And, further, that the President be directed
to report to Congress all the evidence obtained
by him in respect to such frauds, and what
steps he has taken under this resolution and
the results thereof."
It also seems to me most proper that all
further action respecting a notice to His Majes
ty the King or the Hawaiian Islands of the
wish of the United Stctes that the treaty be
terminated shall be postponed until a message
from the President shall have been receieved by
Congress in reply to the proposed resolution.
AC 1. HtralJ.
THE HAWAIIAN TREATY
ir HtimHt'i miusnly rcvrt n tkt joint
Ytslutitn froviJmgfor tit tliuoittinuanct,
Jan. 29. Mr Ilelmont, from the Committee
on Foreign Affairs, submitted his own niliiatity
opinion in regard to the joint resolution repor
ted to the House from lhatcominttteon January
16, (88j, providing conditionally for the termi
nation of the treaty of the United States with
the HawaiianVovernincnt, signed June 3, 1S75.
After a brief statement of the case Mr. llct
monl proceeds to consider what the treaty
stipulates, and comes to the conclusion that it
provides for the imputation of sugar into the
United Slates from the Hawaiian Islands in all
cases where the customs officers arc satisfied.
1 Thai tin cm,, t lit .,r....ll. ...!
- - --' -- --!,- - ,wniM wim ilium-
lactureof the Hawaiian Islands.
a That it comes within the phrase, "Mus
covado, brown and all other unrefined sugars."
3 That It is of the grade commonly imported
from the Hawaiian Islands Iwrfnn. iihr .,
"Sandwich Islands sugar and of the grade
muwn in ine maikcts 01 ;an Francisco and
Portland as "Sandwich Islands sugar."
Mr, Belmont then considers the questions
raised by the proposed legislation looking to
the termination of the treaty and sayst
The joint resolution reported by a majority
of the committee will, if adopted by Congress,
be a direction to the President to catty on a
negotiation with a foreign Power upon a pre
scribed line, accompanied by any implied me
nace tothat foreign government that if the ne
gotiation fails the American government wilt
Sve notice of termination voudcd for by the
ifth article of the treaty. Would Congress
direct such a menace to lw addressed, under
such circumstances, to a great Power like Get
many or Ureal .liiuln ? There are, as it
seems to me, grave objections to such proposed
Interference by the houses of Congress w lib the
If the Joint resolution should pass the two
houses and be approved by the President, his
approval would be anespression of his acuities
cence in the necessity and propriety of the
prescribed diplomatic action, liut f, n hi.
opinion, it were not expedient to enter uton
the proposed line of negotiation then he might
Ti omlr"neJ ' eto the Joint resolution,
which veto might raise an inconvenient issue
between the treat) making iwwcr and Con
Kress. AN kXECUTIVK QUISTION,
The question whether or not a notice of ter
mination shall be given under an article like
that lathe Hawaiian Islands treaty is primarily
4 eaecutlvc question. The facts requisite for
its proper decision are, or should be, in the
possession or within the teach of the caeculive
0Ptuu;ut. In the prcstmt case there has
bast bo evidence before the committee to show
that a serious application has ev been made
t lfc P"4"' 8'v 'he notice) provided
s j Mmftij,
Mr, fclmonl lha reviews the proceedings
la-ia. ATT..!'.", r,iJW " ""
fact that the consular and customs officers who
have administered the law to enforce the treaty
have been either Incompetent or corrupt. All
the evidence, he days, goes to show that under
cover of this treaty there has lieen perpetrated
one of the most colossal frauds against the
revenue of this govenment that Ins ever lieen
bronchi to hcht.
Mr. Ilelmont then quotes at length from the
testimony given beforethe committee to prove
lint the greater rnrt of the sugir imiorteil free
from the Sandwich Islands, was above No. to
Dutch standard and was therefore not properly
duty tree within tne meaning ol the commercial
test required by the treaty ami the law of I876.
This condition or things he attributes to the
misconduct of the United States consular ami
Custom House officcis. Hesavs;
Can it lie unless Inconiix-tcncy and demo
ralization have reicned supreme amoiu' Ainerl
can officials in the Sandwich Islands, ami
among the customs officers where the sugars
hive been entered that two thirds of the Im
portalinn of sugars from the Sandwich Islands
since the tteaty have been entered and passed
In viol it Ion of the treats; and in fraud of the
revenue laws of the United States? If an in
voice or an entry his lncn made with Intent to
dclraud the revenue ol the United Mates or by
any fraudulent appllmce of practice whatever.
not only the merchandise dcscrilieil therein is
to be forfeited, but if the merchandise has
passed out of the possession of the govenment
or is not in existence the value thereof is to lie
forleilcd and recovered of the erson making
the entry. Those making the entry and all
customs nilicers concerned in such Iraud utmn
the levenue, arc liable to fine and Imprison
ment. If the persons who have the friudiilcr.t
entries of sugars referred to are in the United
Slates, laith civil ami criminal proceeding can
bclicgun againslthembythc government. Cer
tain it is that these fraudulent appliances and
prances can he prevented In the luturc.
SICAR DUTIES AND TOREIGN
Judge Wallace, In the United Slates Circuit
Court vestcrday, handed down a decision in
the case of Ihrlram and others atalnsf Kobcrt-
son, a suit to recover duties alleged to have
pcen illegally exacted ny tncilelcmlant as (Jol
lector of the Pott of New-York on several In
voices of sugar and molasses imimilcd by the
plaintiffs from the Island of St. Croix,
llic island ol St. Croix Is a kmscssioii
of Denmark, ami between Denmark
and the United Stales there has existctl since
1857 n treaty which contains the following
stipulation: "io higher or other duties shall
be imposed on the importation Into the United
States of any article the produce or manu
facture of the dominion of his Majesty the King
01 ucnmaik man arc or snail ic pavalilcon the
like nrlicles lieing the produce or manufacture
of any other foreign country. The jplalntlffs
ciaimoi inai ine as unneii states in 1375
made atreatvwith the Hawaiian Islands where
by the sugars and molasses of those islands
were admitted free of duly, the forgoing clause
in uic ucuiy wiin wcniuaik rcmiereii 11
incumbent that the sugars and molasses of that
country should also be admitted free. Judge
naiiacc, auer an exhaustive rev lew 01 the law
and preccdentsbeanngon thecase, savs. "The
meaning of the stipulation is that there shall be
no unfriendly discrimination in the imposition of
uuiics pciwccn tne products ol Denmark and
when there is no discrimination, according to
.i 1 1 . i .. -1 ,.,,
me iuic aim jHjiicy ooservco wnn lorcign na
tions in general," The Judge then calls auction
to the tacts that similar stipulations exist In
upward of 40 treaties lietwecn the United
States and other jxiwcis. If the stipulation in
111c wamsntrcaiy operated as the planum claim,
the like stipulation in the other treaties would
also operate in the same way, and the result
would be a far reaching abrogatiou of our Cus
toms laws. This proposition, remarks the
judge, "is tooslartlmg to be entertained.
. ... t. - . ..
Judgement Is given for the defendant upon the
demurrer. Ncxv York Times, Jan 17.
By lli Suit and KurtU ueluve reieivtd LARGE
nuuuiuaj 10 our Mock or
FURNITURE IN EVERY LINE !
And we arc ttllnu
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
V sl MANUFACTURE to orjer
SPRING M ATTRES8E
(of every kind )
an J Pillgwt,
rEATHER ' PILLOWS
Lounges and Bed Lounges
pud la order.
I'Mrrhaim ran Aar AWr rAoIr 0
COVERINGS IN SILK OR PLAIN KLI'P
P. ADAM A.t.
ItlciJiOlM NO. 7?.
Oa i-uary iwuw, rly mv, .uj
TWO ACiWS OK LAXD.
Arttu'jH lYuUr tmfflieJ.
For putKvlus, H"l u
1.; tin u. K, UILL1NQ1IAM,
7 'ot MnM, llJtttlalu.
A MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS
-ASTLE ft COOKE,
lloHoiajiv, II I ,
Would oil attention to their Large and
varied Stock of
ComiUing of the unrivslted l'ris Slccl
Hi Moline SkI HreaWr. arvi Kurrowinff Mow, (o
line btftl l')ys all ti l'Uiift, Jr ( Culti
vaiorf. Dirt Skraprr ,
John Doflro'ti Onnic Plown,
I'Unter I loci of tlib4t miVet,
DISS TONS' CKI.KHKATKI) CANF. KNIVUS
maJe o otJer. Amen ShqveU nnj SirtJw,
Oarilen llos, Caiul lUrrowt, Ox
llowt, Vokcsi, Lltalnv I ente
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
ptrm Oil, CjlmJer. I.arJ
and Kcroene Oil, Perfect
Lubricatori, Plumbago, At
Uiny Ore iv!, I)iston'a and
b ami J r ile, all Ixetaml
kind. Steam 1'acklng. I- (at
and Hound Indit Kutber,
Alsto and Soap Slone,
Max Pack Ine, India Rub
ber HoM!f)i loatncli, Pi(es
ami Coiiilini;s, Nut ami
Wavher fintdicd, Machine
Ilotts). all ize. Cold treid
I)Ucksinith', tnguiccr'a anil
.uarpemrrft Hammers, nte
Cutter, Winches, 8 Inch to
34 Inch, AnviU, Vices, Tule
bcra(wr Orindstones. Kent
American liar Iron and lool
Steel, Builders Hardware,
all kinds and f-tles. Hub
buck's Paints and OiU, raw
and boiled. Small Paints m
Oil, in hrze variety. Dry
Paints, Umber, enetun,
Red. Ochres. Metallic. Ac.
Hhilinp, German WimlowJI
ass'tu it ManiU Kopt
No. i and a Flour, No. i and a Rice.
Crushed Sugar, China. andjapan Teas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon. Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory,
Pure English Spices. Condensed Milk.
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES: The i'ut
irr Krwrnrttr Ottf ft rata n CVi
trlfuitl JjttthtfJtt 14 inch. MluUhrv
XprlHft fiiiff Can ran Hrakv just at
hand.Blake Steam Pump Valves.Pack.
Injf. Ate, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating: St Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
ALSO ON CONS1CNMKNT
Cahromia Hay, Itaile), Potatoes Barrels
Salmon, 1 lams, Abejto4 Mixture for Boilers
and Steam Pipes, ery cheap, Fence Wire
and Staples, Galvan'ned Roofinjf,
' SEWING MACHINES,
Wilcox and CiLL's Autonutic; Singer Manufacturine
Company. Assorted: Remington Company, Famity;
wuson machines, tne best assortment to xx lound,
and at llotlom Prices.
New Goods by every arrival from England, New
totk ana aan rrancisco.
1 New Traction Engine, 8-honw power.
Orders from the other Islands filled at Best Kates and
with unpatch r
SOMETHING WORTH READING
J. E. WISEMAN,
ltettl Estate liroher and General
No. 11 McnciiANT Stkeut
Honolulu, H I,
I have now several neat HOUSES and COTTACKS
to let In -artous tarts of Honolulu and suburbs. Also,
some good lluitding Lots and probity to sell.
ExrLOYMINT KOUNII ro TIIOSK SklklhC WoKk.
I AH KUrAKICl) TO ruNISII
M O.N E Y .AT ANY TIME
on fiiistlass stcusirv,
l.tgal ifn of all Vticriftfont Drawn.
Encratingand I'eninanship Tastefully Done. Custom
tiouse r nines ana turivspondeiKe atlcndeo low
AOKNT lOR THE 11EST
Fire md Life Imavrtsaoe CorsspautiM
IN THE WORLD.
Itltls Collected 1 liuoLs and Aniunla IT.ia f nnlM
of every businccs nature Irom lh uhcr islands will
meet with pfomptnes.
..,!'. 0. Box, 31J
HPHE EVILS OF PAINTINO
' It lois been said wilk uiufh imih irw !.. k.-H.u.
uainlin nugtil, with study and aco.uiremenl of uue,
resume in rank as a liberal art.--'oifv UmiuI.
Belies injr the above la be true. A. Il STKHlr h haw
re-ontanued his system of wottuig the business In
Honolulu. In the nru lylace, be has -cured the scnWrs
of that celebrated aitUt, Mr. Mak Komn, fonuctly of
san Iraucbus, whose wuk in the hoe uf
flalH u4 UrrvraHn fur-HuHuifg,
Frescoing, etc. ta un to the twescia tim unumul
and, uu these UUlids, has never bnA equalUj. oe
I louse- Bawling Jobs, tusKUsi uechauks only will be
In future, patrons can depend upon my fulnUing
every order on the dkM srtentinc basis lrw.ii to the
SICN-rAlNTIKU AND LETTERING
Dcuartnsent will be tjrKAMni!w .i.1aI nu f. II.
Cioum bTUTUSviw (further ooounenl urweveasary).'
r. a. otui tor oetlgttt u Imon for ceiluigs and
cornices Meneihliyf new; and If sou want any Glut
put us. oil at the
- BREWER & COMPANY,
IIONOLILII, II I
OrTer for sale the cariro of th1 Mtrihn AtrVr, the fol
lowing lul of Merchandise:
Card Matches, Farmer's Boilers, Barrels
Best Plaster, Franklin Store Coal,
' Hair Mattresses, Double and Sin
of Trunks, Second-hand
Safes In good order
and at extremely
FRASER'S AXLE GREASE,
A Choice selection of
llaxhrt To), Jiffttoit tlyht,
Cut Undev C'arrjalln,
ItvunniU Top JtiiffIcK,
Alw, per bark fitlvant Mayt
Cases Yellow Metal, 1 8, 20, 23, 24 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
"D ECKIVKD THIS DAY,
Ex steamel Suer,
SALMON in barrels
Salmon, in !j barrels,
Salmon Ilelucs, in kills,
Barrels Mess liccf,
llarrels I'. M. Pork,
Pig l'ork, in barrels.
BUTTER , inkegiamd kitU
lluttcr, in glass jars,
An assortment of Case Goods,
Cases Jams and Jellies,
Cases Dried Apples,
TURKEY and TONGUE . . is
Cases Dried Beef,
Cases Soda Crackers,
Cases Saloon Pilot Bread,
Cases Cocoanut Taffy Cakes,
Cases Palace Mixed Biscuits,
Cases Oatmeal, in 10 lb bags,
Cases Corn meal, in 10-ib bags,
Cases Split Peas,
Cases and bags Red Potatoes,
Bags Kcd Beans,
Bags White Beans,
Qolden Gate Roller Flour,
Cotton Duck,Nos. i to 10,
Cotton Kavcn Duck, Nos. S, to, 11
FOR SALE BV
B O L I. E 8 OO,
ijuetn Street.. ....Honolulu
J. WILLIAMS & Co,,
Haviag purchased the Photograph Gallery ol Mr. M,
Dickson, will continue llt tutincuat the oUstanJ
By 1KCKKASKU KACILIHES and cm.
plowing FIRST CLASS ARTISTS, we
ktuircndeaYor to raainuin,lhepreti(e
of the oU and popular Gallery,
and to ntcnt a literal patron
age by fair dealing and
GIVEN TO CHILDREN,
We are prcpaietl to do all binds of work from Mlnia
turc to life sue either In
COLORED, &c, &c
Tne only Gallery In Honolulu, which has a complete
In auMiiton to those Hirchased of air, Dtdrson, we
have the entire collectioa of VIEWS and furtrait
Negatives made by Mr, Chase, thus enabling
us to offer the crcatest sartcty In views.
AND LAVA FLOW VIEWS
AIo, m supply of Hawaiian and South S&a Island cur
io-uics, r inn. Shells, ftc, A fine slock of Kranses,
Alats, and Paisefiarlouti constantlv on hand.
Vharyei JfeueaNM M1 HutlifuctttH
Gire us a c11. J. WUUtuu & Co.
4-qr Numbers toe and 104 Fori Street.
UN HAND LAKGtt CJUAHTITISS Of
HAY AND GRAIN
Of illkindt, which we offer to purchasers as
THE leOWBST MAJUUR RATBS.
Our stock it renewed by each arrival from the coast.
AT ANV TIM.
- GENERAL AGENTS FOR
7 luific Muluul Lift Imuixmh Co. of Oil..
Tit Stalt iHVfitmtHt Juturnut Co., Cl.,
imftviff ieufAUM, Mf Hmutr, nn Mat
(Ataftif taew mm,
THE GERMAN1A MARKET.
tlEEI VKALpMUTTOX, T.AMli,
Poultry and Fth
Constantly on tund, ami of choicest quality Pork
Sausaees, Boloenat, etc., always on tiand Our meals
are all cut arxl put up In raem ttrte. All orders
faithfully attended to, ami delivered in any part of the
city Miop on Hotel Street, tirtween Union and Fort
nrreett, 140.0ml ti KAUIT, Proprietor,
LO.VTRACTOR and IIUII.ULK,
STEAM I'LANIXO MthLH,
Manufacture all kinds of
and Doors ;
and all kinds of wood-work finish.
Turning, 'eeroll, and band nawing.
Alt kindt of Planing and Sawing, MortMnf, and Ten
ORDF.RS PROMITLV ATTF.NDEI) TO AND
Orderf from the other Islands aoliciled. ro6-tr
PNTERPRISE PLANING MILL.
11; Fokt .Stkkt, Honolulu, II I,
C, , Hardy and H, P, Bertelmann,
Contractors and Builders,
Planing, Shaping:, Turning:,
Band and Scroll Sawing-,
Doort,ISash, Blinds, Door
and Window Frames,
Stairs, made to order.
MOULDINGS AND FINISH,
Always on hand.
All orders tilled on short notice, and Jobbing promptly
atienueu to Moulding made to any pattern w itliout
extra charee for knives. Price of Machine work,
$i'oo to $1 so per hour. 10-qr
ohas. j. raunx,
IT1TEST AMD RICHEST OOOOS
Ol. Tra, KTJHiBOlC t
thm LeweiUaj MUltewy Mmm.
Q BMOLINC C
No. 5 NUUANU St., HONOLULU, H. I.
Stoves and Rancsf
Tto.Ti4Hrad Sheet Iron. Skeea UU anJ Lead
Pito.GalvwlMd Iroa tYine and rWais Una. Goo
teal Th aad Iroa ware, Balhs, t-loeeti. Sinks. Waaa
ataaela, MnrUe MM ReUeMeaeJ Iron, la atorh f (W
gate at reejinnkei ralee.
I lake great plraiare In Informing my friend and the
public in general that I have
REM OVE D
To in nnr ,Htnrrt
113 and us Fort Street,
Where I open wilh an entire W W STOCK OF JI.W
I.LkY.SOi.lU OOI.IJAND I'LAIKU,
of ail descriptions, and a complete
Aernt for Simpson's. Hall's, Steel's and Roger's
Silver Filled Hare Depot of the Genuine
American, Waltham and Elgin
Will beat before, A .SFrCIAL HKANC1I OP MfNU
Warranting all Work. A full line ot J
Sptrtttttrn ami Kye(flaMrMt
Thankful fur lite confidence fthown me, I invite the
public 10 inspect my mock uciore purcnaitng cite
My good( standing In this Kingdom, from long ears
ciicitc in un uiiMncM, 11 a Kuaranire inai i nau
ofter the BLSI at the VfcRV LOWKST PRICES. I
have spared no expense In selecting new stock in order
iu .ccl up my icpuiatiuii wiu 10 give oatiMatviiuri.
Next door to HackfeM A Co.'s
Honolulu. H. I..
Of the Hawaiian Islands. All kinds of Repairing and
vt neei making executed on tne most saentthc prin
ciples. At this establishment horses are
In the Blacksmiths department all work will he turned
out in tne tuture, as in tne past, by first uu
We do not confine our attention to Carriage and Buggy
IIWraI.(j EAI.IUlllE, erUCf lUf MIIV KH114 J M
wheeled vehicle receH ed and promptly executed
Our Usual Supply of requirements for the Trade.
Orders from the other Islands will receive our best at'
TTONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
No 104 Kort Street, IIonoiulu, II. I.
Millinery and Dressmaking
Connected with the premises.
10s tf A. M. .MEL LIS, Proprietor
HOPP & Co., 74 King atreet,
ImjvrUrt and Manttfatturtrt of
Ertry dMorlptloa of Formltar.
To the Ladies: Trimmings, Tassels, Gimps, Silk
toru in every snaoe rarior sets reiuitieu,
covered, polished and made equal to
new. Mattresses re made and
cleaned at short
We are noted for firtt-cUss work nod moderate
II, J NOLTE, PROPRIETOR,
Begs to announce to lit friends and the public in gen
eral that he has oyned the above Saloon where
From 3 a. u , till 10 r, u
Clrjan, Pipes aad
Chosen Ly a personal selection from firsl-class raanu
factories, has been obtained and will be
added from time to lime.
One of Brunswick & Ralke'a celebrated
BILLIARD TABLES, .
Is connected with iho establishment, where lovers of
3-r ine cue can pamctpaie.
-ITERY DESIRABLE PROPERTY
Homestead situate III Nuuanu Valley. Pleasant dtt
lance from town, commanding fine view of the town
and harbor. Climate delightful
JtftflM Jfessee rMiM 4 Jtosss.
(about 18 so each.)
$ IVo-afory MmUdimg, contalniDg 7 rooms.
i Carrlagi'ktt; Servants rooms, stalls for
Two Uortft, Chicken House, Wood bhed.
There (1 a wU of the purest dnaklng water, with a good
Uovenuxtent Water Works.
The placa Is la fine order, well covered with
FRUIT et OMMAMXMTAL
and adorned with beautiful Flowers;
Anyone wishing to purchase a plcaual hoas. at . rea
aonaU. price, call at the oSce of
No. 3; Fort Street, Huuotulo, II. I. tl;ea
OTICE.-W. Uj to nuifyth. Honolulu puUw
aiki tboM resuentt oa to owes wanoi, taatw.
wteTcoejause ths Uninssa of lb.
at th. old Hand, and trust by a strkt auealloa to the
wants ot o cewaoeacrs so racra a tacr saars ol patron
aaa. It wtel u oar slat to keep oa haul, at aa l tarn, a
Wa ktut u H asaiu ul issnv
if. K. MatrasLaKg,
H. M. Kuiaoa,
tlTtw Bales CatTwascHT.
THK USE OF UNO
too King street,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
etc. etc., etc.,
a Urge stock of which Is romtantly on hand, enabling
me, on inott notice, to hnun cottage anu
buildings of every description, in a
thorough and wotkmanhVe
Jobbing of all fclnde promptly rlone,
and at low price.
HAND AND SCR01.I. SAWINO
at alt times.
Mac l.Iu n work of nll'klutl.
JACK SCKI.WS AND K0I.M.K5 KMT ON
With comitent workmen, the prontparnl fathful ese
cut Ion of all orders entruMed lo me, I ho to
merit and receive a fair share of the
Remember the til-ice, No. 109 King Mreet, opposite
K, K. nmiops retKience.
Importer and Dealers in
And Bnlldlnic MtrUl
of all kinds, just received, ex late arrivals, severs
large and well selected cargoes of
comprising all llie usual stock stes
In Scantling-, Timber,
Planks and Boards,
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scantling, Mane surface ami rough Hoard-sur
faced and rough Uattcn, Pickets, KuMlC,
lattice and Clapboard.
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
All sires, of Eastern and California make, and fur
.t- : .... a . -. i .r.
teiC III (JUaU'lllICa IU llUll, air, IUW ((.CS,
Auto, in Stock,
WHITE ZINC, PAINT OILS,
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS,
GLASS AND SALT.
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A line assortment of
la lataat atjrlea.
AT LOWEST PRICES.
Manufacturer of Monuments,
AND TILING, N
Black and White Marble.
SUrUe Work orTarjr taaeripUoa
autd to attar at ta lerwaat
MtHuwtHts an J htaJitoMis ilcantJ an J rail.
Orders from tbe other Islarals eom4l) altenjej tu,
No. ije Port Street, Mar Hotel Sis.
TJMON FBHD COMPANY
hare oa KanJ arul foe sale,
MAT, OATS, BRAN, BARLEY,
aij la fact every lUuf perralolo( to IU tcej lusiiiev.
Ol-dcrs froat the islaaJs will have our prueaut aoj
fill orders to Ls aiUreued.
UNION FEED CO, Honolulu.
Telepaoae No. ifs. tcj-jaj
NOTICE.-Noslc U aeeeW (ieq thai Chk Wy
Mass bar ssiuea.il Ik. ousawa at Maaaaer la
rr, ,. . vj
BtTRAfcr moM thk orrtciAL Dtroar
JUDGES IN HOROLOGY.
In romfdention of the facts devetofttl In this exam.n
tsipsi. airii iiig 'it jajimrtrini. 01 rirniriii vt iniifi
ent ami romoaraiive mrrit adjudged by the
Judge (each in lndendeh( judjrment) le
ihjt rifiul to J9 tr tt.t mute lun the
neit hlgheu eshihlt. they have
found it eictedinRljr iliiticutt
td nuke such a claMim a
tlotthi degree ai will
OIVK FVr'N-HANDKD JUSTICK TO AIL
WK ADjUtfia TO Till
AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY,
Massachusetts S. A
A fir.-tUs award and such ether ir-eclat dItlivlion.
dii lortu, medal, or award as is ronWtent with lite du
ttesami buiiifationsoi the rtonoral'ie urty intwna
tlonal Commiioloii. ftir the lariteit ami mmi complrte
eshibit of hoTologtol instniments examined.
They ilo rotose, as the only means by which their
appreciation of the merits of the tnx!uctiuns of this
company can le adeiiualely or equitably recognied by
ine committee on juuttuiif, ami ah a rut, that a seoaratc
nrtt-clas award be given for the lime keeping .jualitlei
of all gr.ulcs of these watches.
Al, a separate Hrttla award for the perfection ol
this syMem of watchmaking and the improvements I n
the mechanical parts of the watch, being notably In th e
mainpr.n and going barret. Ihe patent safely pinion f
the i-erfect eplcloidal form of all tbe teeth of the train ,
In every grade of watch alike, and Ihe iwchronal ad
jnstment of the balince-ftlng
Alto, a fir.ltas award for new mode of compensat
Alw a teparale first cUs award fur the Improve
menu in caes, the number of artistic forms and designs
used, the bruit y and elegance of their fmiUi, and for
their new and !mletructible mellrod of enameling.
Also lo Cltarles W Woenl, mechanical miperlntend
ent American Watch Comjuny. Waltham. Mass.
Tlie ful lowing Is the order of awards made by the
Sydney International hxhibitlon (ommlion to Ihe
American Watch Company, of Waltham. Mats t
Gold ami Silver Watches First degree of merit and
special mention i Gold MedaC
Timekeeping email ties of all grades of Watches First
degree of merit.
Perfection in System First degree of merit.
New mode of compensating balances First de'gree of
Improvements, finish and elegance of Cavs First de
gree of merit.
Engraving, chafing and enameling of Watch Cases'
First degree of merit and special mention.
Charles M. Woerd, Mechanical .Superintendent First
degree of merit, special.
MTThere llng sevral worthiest watches bearing
the marks of Wall ham Watches discovered within the
past sevri month, aJmedolTon the public as genuine.
the public are hereby notified of the Uct and cautioned
ui'tf Agent for the Hawaiian Islands,
1UTAKEE & COURTNEY,
We manufacture the T.HV IIEST QUALITY Paial
from Ail aro.
Owing to the extent of lands cultivated by us, we
can sell cheajr than others, and can guarantee planla
tionsand all cmplo)cesof labor agalmt any failure of
MdT Orders by I'ot receive prompt attention.
a II. MAKEH.
A. A. COURTNEY
In ,! Klno-tlom It eonneeietl trllh
Apuly 01 TGLFPIIONE NUMHEK 70. or kart
your orders at tU Dily Bmllttm olsce, HoUisler
Jr0"'." '" ''k"'",, "" htreet. Tunlof,
V, ' fseuumofc ana Kcauruaiag.
rsv. iwf rat vs., ssaassasa. m.
Ail Wait MfNelry WmiiiM
IN EVERY BRANCH
Bjr O. T. WILLS, Mi
f OWEIX'S STEEL ENOKAVEO CARDS ANI
JL Folds for,Huslo.H CaiJs, Ball Vicnummm,
Menu., etc., resets! I11 Urge variety M h Sati-soAy
I'as Otrus. No. 6 Kaahumaau uraet. las
LRS. THOMAS LACK,
Ma, It Fait I
IMK)TS ANU MULCa IN
Hevlnir VX.oliIiiM .
Pari. Attachment: OU aatel Atwio.
ACthT roil Tua
Whits saj the LtwtT'RuMNikc N.w llous Hacrua.,
Ilowanr. Macuia. Needles, aM slads :
L-uticeirs SUli, la all rolors ar-1 slass 1
UarUwr's I.uki, 'IKieaJ.
Clark's O. N. T. MachlM CUioa.
Mmt. JUwontfi Rifiailt Cut fuftr FWttmt
Cuas and Sro.Tloa Coosc,
Suor, l-owpsa. Cam,
KJCkOSjrJif jc antrM. tm mm Hot.
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