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SATURDAY. MARCH it. tMj,
W,V MM ATSCO tXTTEK.
Si KaAtcisco, ,Mteh 3, iSSj.
KbtTOk PtM: -III to U hofl, now
tht jtwr Coronition hat ln ceompJnltl,
lhl bwsinru in j-r locality ht rt-aonml its
aeaitttttntil Jrtlrhjr, trt the projector of the
great "eitott" M itttt, that the Hawaiian
ttcatury- hat ttl the MMln ktwRht tut by
all trill law I fettrrt. The worlel motrt
on, t lttt we at Ihh it cannot peteette njr
ihtTertnt, no ithiTtVr, nocetip, "no
nothtnci" the only trctrt, no that all it twer,
may 1 fawnd In the abwner of mallti for
jmMk prtntt whkh the aceompHhitit of thU
gtan.1 echwne wm o l.c Httle to talk
aUwt. The Clrrn.VAr, laVIng Hi ok fiom
yntt paper. raM new hobtiy-hortc I ami
tisht loyally K the aheet rklitig Into yot UnR.
ilorn on the I.jney p?tkn. Whereat, be
fott, the ealttente of thl hwtiMe dfceaw was
ijt falily piewntnl, the thane of It being
Vrtown by all H oerfclcslly a matter of factl and
at, tmfcxMnatety, the Mtt rracJiw all claitrt
ami all g, it attiact mh attention and
ifxidiiy. l'attiet who haie leaileil in )iwr
Itlaml ait UnleRfil with all torts of question
wellnc confirmation or tlenul of the tetorta.
Muth that I being vtKl cannot lw dented,
though probably a UVe trouble U In our own
mklit in quite aj bad a way hidden In the
In thU connection, the course of the SATUR
DAY I'ltEM eem to uit those who beliere in
plain talk. A your paper Is not given to
eaaggeratkxi, the statement have additional
w tight. We are glad you place the responsi
bility of this great wrong just where it belongs.
Hut are you not afraid to tall so plainly? It has
not been the custom heretofoie to exprcst one's
mind so radically, and you "hit the nail on
the head " in saying it has lieen too much the
feeling with )or jwple to let matters take
their course if opposing them made trouble.
It is your climatt, probably, which induces
Indifference, precludes unnecessary exertion
and proclaims the easiest way to be the best.
If the CAronitli can succeed here, in conjunc
tion with youi papers, in showing what soon
may be the condition of affairs, a good woik
will hare been commenced.
01 course everybody thinks the Chnnidt
has tome interested motive in thus
harping by the column on your slavery
and leprosy, so that its effort is somewhat
handicapped. Hut good will probably come of it
whether it gets just reward here or hereafter.
Our city has retrograded. We are, so to
speak, living in the daik ages. The city
finances for the neit four months will not ad
mit of paying current eapenses, so retrench
ment has commenced in good earnest; salaries
have been reduced, the wattr supply decreased,
the horses in the fire department sent out to
grass, half the gas cut off what aie we
coming to? Even the Chinaman condemned to
hang to-day, economued the expenses of dera
tion by hanging himself in his cell with strips
torn from his mattress; which, to say the least,
was considerate of him.
We are now called upon to vote for the New
Charter. Hut as apathy in public matters is
the rule, eiccpt with those who have "aaes to
grind," we may cipect the new departure will
be decidully sat down upon, to the regrtt of all
honest men. Vet they have to blame only
their own inactivity and "stay-at-home "
qualities. But it is the same all the worlJ over
do nothing and then complainbecausc things
go wrong, when an interest in all public affairs
is not given at the proper time nor in the proper
The w ar against corporations continues, in
vestigations into wattr companies, gas compa
nies and railroads seem to be the favorite occu
pation. According to the " survival of
the fittest;' perhaps good may result, though
stockholders cannot see it in that light.
Our winter is over, evidently. Yet the past
fewdays have been of our most delightful spring
weather, warm to eicess. It has brought out
light clothes, lain away overcoats temporarily ;
and a general thawed out feeling prevails
Flour advances w ith the absence of rain,
and staple articles in sympathy bring better
prices; while butter, eggs, etc, have dropped
materially. Hay and grain are strong and
much inquired for. The "bulls" take advan
tage of the present dryness and gamble on the
weather gauge, to that matters at the stock
and grain exchange show- great activity.
I mutt not forget to congratulate your coun
try on what you announce as the appointment
of Hon. II. A. P. Carter, Minister to Wash
ington, Where could you have found a better
or more satisfactory representative? He is fully
versed In diplomatic mitten, has the history of
your treaty from its inception well in hand, and
is a succrsiful business man. The selection
ought to give universal satisfaction.
Many of your prominent people seem to be
changing residence temporarily. At present
Oakland appears to be the objective point,
where schooling and other advantages of the
city can be obtained, with plenty of country
air thrown in. Bat Oakland is now a city of no
mean (proportions, claiming to have fifty
thousand inhabitants, though still styled the
"dorroitoty of San Francisco." The Central
Pacific Railroad will run boats every
twenty minutes, commencing this week,
to give Brooklyn half hourly trains. Next
month they will run to Alameda the tame, and
at it it nothing for twenty thousand tickets to
be told oa a warm pleasant Sunday, to
Oakland alone, tboe of your people who are
not familiar with this tight may gain some idea
(if the traffic.
Land it advancing in price in Oakland and
Alameda with a steady growth. New bouses
tit being erected In all directions and not a
house It to rtnt in any desirable locality.
Hoping by the Pacific Mail steamer to
pt esent some matters of interest,
t am yours, AbOLrilus.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
The foHoning items of foreign newt we
clip from late papers received per ttcamct
In the Commons, oa the Jjrul of February,
Foster defended hit own course previous to his
nigaaiion. Hit Prevention of Crimes Act
u not accepted before the release of the sua.
pects, but U had advised it as urgent. But
for trie IWrtit Park murders Ireland would
hate believed I'arnell lucerne and would
therefore have become ungovernable. Keceot
ttttclauiret increased the tuipicioo that the
Land Leant was connected with the outran.
TV pubbc ttpccled that I'arnell would have
tlwriiiitcd itut point. No mere disclaimers
thi nc tuibcwoi. lie crurgeit VimtH with
; oa ujuiuiiwi vuui Karreu an agtt
tie that peosttoted outrages and incited mar
da. Paatll had rcpe.ftdvaatic from the
Httiwa. He iUJ Botjuiat at. Cut connived
MtWit caw mini xt O'KtUy thouted "It'ta
Kr nvwal limes. He was named for tus
inminn, ted unmiiiiM vu ordered 305 to
St. Fontu, nnMrinfr lalctated bit charges
wuniing (rots tpttdxt in which I'aratH uid
urdri M Bccmuy. The wituset who
mwiitui the HmoU Put ssxmUft had
M Mtwl att the tetltr, but accwdmg to the
VMM IfKHU. VM rMMtl t-
14 SXMMI M tfMwHACC he ttHkU Dot
tsSttiHM wWl hiML A tfMlinf w M0V
riaag,riitttikl, aftjtttt Mtut&at, N(
MM hU hi Wt-J had bm s7S4f4
taak4. That was Inurl nil W fteasalL
Mft iMffti-J Mtaavc TtMN M -UmVWM
Dawson ami Oray and other wtll-knonnmem
bert who usually follow I'.unell, have not ap
pealed at Westminster thu teason.
It is said lhat ttittlin revelation regannm;
the murder conspiracy will soon I published.
The police are getting at the bottom of most
ot tne agrarian muruert. jvpiuicmij uuhk
proved that all the murder! were arranged by
the organiralion. The secrtl Inquiry at the
C aslle will be resumed, owing to the many
witnesses coming foiward. Siv prisoners just
committed for trial are said to I informers.
Late last month, anothet liallitTof Lord Ar
dilaun's named Flynn was attacked and left
for dead near Clonbur, County Mayo, and
three member of the Joyce family, witnesses
in the Maamtrama trial, while protected by
five policeman, were attacked in a public house
t i'tiunhlitM. The police firearms weie
taktn ami used on the Joyces. One was badly
It Is stated that letters have been received
by the authorities in St Petersburg conveying
a threat to blow up the Kremlin at Mincow,
where the C rar is to le crowned. Search at
made but nothing indicating preparations for
ihf ilMituetlon of the relate wa rtveatcd. A
close watch Is being kept ami the public are
not allowed to enter the building. 1 he house
of the anarchist here whoenleitaincd Louise
Michel wlien in lliussel was recently searched
br the twlice. who seized three trunks. The
maintilv of the documents contained therein,
written In Russian ami Italian, referred to an
international plot It is rumored that dis-
elnuirpt were made in connection with thi
dvnamitr evnlosiun at Gatishoilcn, and that
..' . . ..in i . ii
tne seliure oi incsc papers win itau u mc
attest of Louise Michel and seseral of her col
leagues. A later despatch saysi It Is reported
that the anarchist documents sciied heie
showed lhat a plot has been organized to mur
der the Crar of Russia on the occasion of his
The expulsion from France of the members
of former dynasties is under consideration in
the French Senate. The bill, if passed, will
seriously affect a great many pctsons who lay
claims to the Flench throne and many more of
their adherents. There are three distinct dy
nasties, the "legitimate" heir being the
Comte de Chamboid, the titular Henry V,
grandson of Charles X. He is the heir of the
elder line of the House of llouibon. When
Louis Philippe abdicated in iSaS It was in
favor of his grandson, the Comic de Taris, and
thus comes in the second claimant to the
throne. The third dynasty came in when
Ilonapaitc assumed the throne as Napoleon I.
It was revived by his nephew, Napoleon HI,
ami another nephew has recently called atten
tion to it. The Bourbons proper would not lie
affected by the proposed decrees, since the
Comte de Chambord lives at Frohsdoiff, in
Ansttia. and the Snanish. Sicilian and Par-
mese Bourbons aie strangers in France. Of
the Bonapartists the decree would affect Prince
Napoleon and his wife, the Princess Clothildc,
with their children, Victor, Louis, Marie and
Mathilde. The Kmprcss Kugenie lives in
England. Thus the decree practically affects
the Oilcans family most of all, and those who
would be affected by the dectee of expulsion
are the Comte de Paris, the Comtessc and
their children the Ducdc Oilcans, who is
pursuing his studies at the Stanislas College,
and three daughters, who arc at Cannes with
their parents ; the Due de Chartcs, who is a
Colonel of the Twelfth Regiment of Chasseurs,
at Rouen, the Duchcsse and their children,
five in number ; the Due de Nemours, a Gen
eral, living in Paris; his son, the Due
de Alencon, a Captain of artillery, his wife
and children and his daughter, the Princess
Blanche; the Prince dc Joinville, the Ducdc
Penthievre, the Due de Aumale, the Due de
Montpensicr ami the Princess Clementine. It
is understood, according to another report,
that only the Due de Chartrcs and the Due de
Alencon will be affected by the enforcement of
this law. It will affect, it is said, neither the
Due de Pentheniere, who is already exempted
from service, nor Prince Roland Bonaparte,
w ho is not regarded as a Pretender.
In the Chamber of Deputies, recently. Prime
.Minister Ferry explained the programme of the
.Ministry ana asked tne commence oi tne coun
try. He said the Government's first care would
be to satisfy the wish of the Chamber by ap
plying the law of 1S44, under which the
Princes would be deprived of their military
pots. The Gov eminent thoucht nothing more
necessity for the piescnt. The Republic, if
in dancer, and in the event of a conspiracy.
would have ample power to protect itself by
the nghts in all governments, witnout inmng
ing upon the essential liberties of the people.
The Government demanded that measures be
taken against the utterance of seditious cries
and against seditious placards. The initiation
of questions and fruitless dicussions, he said,
must be set aside, leaving to the Gov eminent
the initiative, which belongs to it as a right.
The budget ibr 1SS4 would shortly be pre
sented. The Government proposes to facili
tate the execution of public works and intro
duce measures looking to the organization of a.
protectorate in Tunis and the reduction of the
expenses of the occupation of that country.
The foreign policy of the Government would
be peaceful, but not necessarily one of inaction.
The vote of confidence in the Government
passed 36S to 93.
TILLINGHAM & CO.,
PAINTS, OILS and VARNISHES,
KEHUSEXE AXD TATHttlCATISO OILS
Tbc Lvgctt auorunrnt of PLOWS, tor all ptxrpotct, lo
be louaa oa tne uuimiv
Hajtowy, Cult i rat or, Hon SW. 0. YAc,
Ox IWs Oi Oumi, Fotldtr Cuucn,
Corn wttl llonunr M.Qt,
Cemlrn and Caou lUrrovt.
Aile Creawe vwy chrap ;
LvfcricatiMc amd UlumiMtiac Oils
KEROSENE OIL STOVES,
LanpS Chaotic Itrn and Lanterns twuyU
IIom. lWltiaf. I'umM,
Powder, &hx and Cap.
How SAmd&rd Awvrlo&n SoaIm,
Kct all p4trpow;
Mr Crram Freetert,
Call and evanune oar eoodu Our uock U uo
Mantle rjWnufad with UMUim ADd ct appnTd
lotHUMu iku t 1 impuMtUe to enttJncrait tbroi
vitkia the tpc U our advertueoMac.
THK XUTKMT XOrKLTl',
SoMikuc wnkhnaone inouldbtuKoii,UciCfi iKe
Murni CiiU rirarof Bmtm,
llood Ca or Jct Ca.
Read one teuimooial out of haay,
Jttrt if Cmmuttu 0 ftrr mtuntrntt Ejfirtt t
At a mceiuhg of iKe MaaucauMtH Mutoat I've In
twance Unkn, ktU at Nantatkrt lUach, Auxurt .
till, aamjJe oi' lun amactwfd l-y tne U(-e
Cakue lirt'Ioctf CuaaAr wtre non. Aa Wa
toa. about two fnt Iii4 and one tW dWp and Uc.
vdi baiAf three-foariAioi' an incntbkk of alaneto
Cakut MAtenal. a ASed h tahMUv linouitreMa,
CTeeehCaA, and art U a card U Vmkr raaitbe. It
taea t4ated upu a Imt td hot coau, and at Uau
tjur riet td dry, hard ou Jd upon U. TLe tut
,t4 nnJer eitrene beat for an nor and 4 naif. Not
vandm( tne iron rue of tne Uoe na Udl
amd that tne Untax la Wnwdui contact vnn
tne nam, W ike nolecoMeot were fgttnd
U a perfect cue of iervtM- A unatl Umd and
wee cae, deIcned te te d ibMdt of teak and aafeft,
wm toifecied M tne nx decree of Let fee Waif an
kuwr, and to content re eko fuood aa free ff&e aay
tjhfanc.e of nr or umA aa kea siu.ed inem.
H. C Hauf
Cnaa. & Clhiiic
Cm. A- Ilowvano,
EtlJ4M IIOWK, t;
Aificn I Haanms
inrU tUprcntAUT UMtfnce onVtrv
TK YOU WANT A GOOD CLOCK,
If rm Wt m a 4 WmteA,
If You WaM Clock o Watch Kqairlnc Docc
W. TURNER'S Ka la Kim Suair
BMrLOVMBNT SUtUUU, Y, U. C A.
Hooavsue, H, L,
AH we'Xfi?ic2ai "4 ""
C tawijW liUafaUUe (roam, la mat
a, wm tmm wmtt mi
tta ) u H
IIONOII'IP, II I ,
Would call attention to their Larrc and
varied Stock of
Cenwtina ot the umltalled Partt Stt
Th MeSne SimI HrtVer and Fiirrawmt Taw, Mo
line Stttl ri lt liies ItaiMI, Jt , Culti
vators, Din Scrapers ,
John Deuira'a OntiR Flows,
rUnlert Hoes of ttt belt nuV,
DISSTONS' Cr.LKIIRATF.l) CVNK KNIVF.S
made lo oeJer. Ame Shorels and 5rades,
Oinlto I (e, Carut IUrm Ox
Ilows. SCAts. Chains rctK
Sugnr Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAOS, SUGAR KECK,
Sperm Ott, C!inder. Lard
and Kerowne Oil, Perfect
Lubricator. Ptumlao, Al
bany GrtAe, Diioni and
S.andJ. Files atUie and
kind. Si Mm I Win?. Mat
and Round Indu RuUwr,
Ailoto and Suap Stone,
Flax PatUnc, India Rub
ber 1 1 cm, i to inch. Pipe
and Coupling, Nut and
Wahhcrs, nnihrd, Machine
IIoll, all ie. Cold pred
ItUcktmith, Engineer's and
Carpenttr Hammer, Pipe
Cutter, Winch, 8 Inch to
4 inch, AnriU, Vice,Tuh
Scrapers 0indons It
American liar Iron and Tool
Steel, lluilder' Hardware,
all kind and M)ls. Hub
buck's Paint and 0lsrawa
and bolted. Small Paint in
Oil, in Uree variety, Drj
Paintt, Umber, enetun.
Red. Ochre, Metallic. Ac,
Whit inc. (erman Window
au'td sire, Manila Rope1
No. and a Flour, No. t and a Rice,
Crushed Suear, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon. Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory,
Pure English Spiees, Condensed Milk,
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES : The Vai
ner Krrwnr Oil, M'raron'a f.
trlfuffitl J.lntttgt, 14 Inch, Knbbrr
.Sjirliif nntl Vnitrttm Jtrttke just at
hancLBUlte Steam Pump Valf es.Pack
In;, ezc, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating-& Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
ALSO OS CONSIGNMENT
California Hay. liatley. Potatoes Harrtli
aiimw iivm, ...uo.w .ui.iuic ivi tHnu
and Steam Pipe, very cheap, Fence Wire
and Staples Galranurd Roofing,
Wilcox and Gibb't Automatic: Slncer Manufacturing
Company, Auorted; Remington Company. Family;
WUon Slachines, the best atsortment to ,be found,
and at Iloctotn Prices.
New Goods br every arriral from England, New
York and San Francisco.
1 New Traction Engine, 8-norva power.
Order from the other Island rilled at Bett Rate and
OMETHtNG WORTH READING.
J. E. WISEMAN,
Ileal Estate Jtroker and General
No. 17 ilticHANr Snirr ...HoxoLUtu, II. 1,
I have now teveral neat HOUSES and COTTAGES
lo let In tanou nana of Honolulu and wburtA. Alw,
kMne coud Dulldinf Loct and propenjr to ftcll.
EwruTuexT Kockb roa thou Sukikg Woik.
I am raaraKD to rvuniii
MONET AT ANY TIME
oat riatT-CLAti tacviiTT.
Ijgat Faftrl ef all Dturiflhnt Drau-u.
Eorraving attd rcnmaiuliJp TaMrfully Dune. Cutf o
llotu Eolriet and CuerolJOAdenca attended to.
AGENT TOR THE BEST
Fir aaj IAH Iaaaurmmo CaatMualaa
IN THE WORLD.
riiB. CiJUctJ ; Booat and Arcount. Kept; Ordm
U enr buuneM nature Iron th uhcr Ulaodt will
nct with prpfDtacti.
TatstHoKt, 17, P.O. Iloi, jij
qPHE EVILS OP PA1NTIN0
M It bat beea taU with lauch Iralb, too, thai hovtt.
ptliuU; aUtfiJ, with Mady and acqiurtnma vi lauc,
RHiiaa itt raak aa a ULcral an.M-WaPT MmL
IWbiiac Iha.aUfft U U U1M, A. B. KERR hat BOW
rv-oryaaiaad 1m tyHin U nmV'w4 the lina.t b
ot that ttklntal aniu, Mr. Max KoHt, tmrnmlt U
baa traavUn, wIum work la itx lu(
Ma4 aa4 itrH$ fwawr Mmmfim0,
fnmxiag. eu,. U v to the ( li naiurpaated
aAiS, oa wm lUaMs hat Mm lata aqruHil For
lltaua-Pawtu )mIm, lmUat taarlnairi pal will Wa
la fwian. patruu ca iUytoi tm mf fuUeJin
eicrr (w4ct oa the aui Kimtc tana kaowa u iJh
SlCNfAISTlNO AND LCTTtklNO
PuttaaM i penvauotl; prttidtd m W Ui.
Ou.BSruTairM (funkai nana aaaacaaarrl
f. S.-Srod tm 4auaai of rWaoa ht caataaa tad
Mnltai uaabwi aw: aad It w waat aaf Gtaat
'ttmmw f4inr wnu-
H yt Kjm SHaaarr,,,. ,.,.,, Weaxantur
"" BREWER . COMPANY,
HoNOU'tr, 11. 1.
OtTer foe tale ltt carro e lh Mrtl Dtrtl, the fol
lowing lift of MertharkliwI
Crd Mutches, Furmer's Boilers, Barrels
Best Plaster, Franklin Stove Coal,
Hair Mattresses, Double and Sin
gle, Balesof ExcelsiorNcits
of Trunks, Second-hand
Safes In good order
and at extremely
FRASER'S AXLE GREASE,
A Choice .election of
JUtlfkct TopHf Mffirtnt stjlti.
Cut Under Carryall,
lirnniiell Top lluggUn,
A1.0, per Uu-k EJvsint Mmjr,
Cases Yellow Metal, 18, 30, 32, 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
ECEIVED THIS DAY,
Ex .teamel Suez,
SALMON In bunb
Salmon, in J3 barrels,
Salmon Bellies, in kiUs,
Barrels Mess Beet,
llarrels P. M. Pork,
Pig Pork, in i barrels.
BUTTER iakeca and kltta
Butter, in glass jars,
An assortment of Cose Goods,
Cases Jams and Jellies,
Cases Dried Apples,
TURKEY and TONGUE larawi
Cases Dried Beef,
Cases Soda Crackers,
Cases Saloon Pilot Bread,
Cases Cocoanut Taffy Cakes,
Cases Palace Mixed Biscuits,
Cases Oatmeal, in lO-Ri bags,
Cases Commeal, in IO-fb bags,
Cases Split Peas,
Cases and bags Red Potatoes,
Bags Red Beans,
Bags White Beans,
Golden Grata. Roller Flemr,
Cotton Duck, Nos. 1 to 10,
Cotton Raven Duck, Not. 8, 10, it.
POR SALS BT
Qurtn Slrttt. Honolulu
J. WILLIAMS & Co.,
lUvins puixhucd tbc Photombh Gallery of Mr, M.
Dkkson, wiU continue iha buuDcuat Um old sund
By INCKKASKI) KACILITIfcS aod
Joying FIRST-CLASS ARTISTS, w
jkhAircndeavor to miU.nh prcrttg
otf tbe old and popular Gallery,
and to merit a liberal patron
age by fair dealing and
GIVEN TO CHILDREN,
We are prepared to do all klndt of work from Utola
lure 10 Ufa sua either la
COLORED, tc, he
The only Gallery la If oooluUi, ahicat kat a cofapleta
Collect km of
In addition to tboae purchased ot Mr. Picktoa, w
have th mire culkaloo of VIEWS and Portrait
.Negatives made by Mr. CWse, thus enaUlaf
u to offer the freaust variety U views,
AND LAVA FLOW VIEWS
Also, a Mipply ef Hawaiian aad fwoia Sea Itlaad car
louiKt, Ftrnv SheBa, Ic Ah. Mack of Frataea,
Matt, and laHepanoutt canataaily oa kaad.
CaVarfe JtaaeaaaMa araal atattVaawetwat
ClrBa a caU. J. WWiaM & C.
t-tr NuraUn ita and 104 fat SuweC
E HAVE CONSTANTLY
on aaD utaca (ji'aMTITiat or
HAY AND GRAIN
Of all kinds, akkkwtoaW a iarrkiiira at
Oar stock la renewed ly tack aniral frua tae cam
, III HU&,
ur. -T-....--.,,.., 1 -j-llrIf1a.,
AT ANY TIMS.
OCNEftAL AfHKTS 10
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m lnwasswjwj twswswisswisswiswa wssssjsswrwfssssawfaw .awa. aw fcPp SJ
Tta JmrnmrnmrnT 9&afrftAa-aaj Asiat i.laaj' .tntfflaJ
t" efnwfsssssssaw- m t1nwnwaBsssssssssaw fnwasw wssssssssawfsssssssaW -. awaswa SJHP
lie the Smti an.1 Kmrtl wre haTt reeetml IMROF.
ADDITIONS to our .lock of
FURNITURE IN EVERY LINE !
And we are wiling
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
We alto MANUFACTURE to order
(of every kind.)
Lounges and Bed Lounges
made to order.
Furrhaitrt run Art re tftrlr rhotct of
COVERINGS IN SILK. OR PLAIN REPP
E. P. ADAMS, Acant.
Telephone Na 7. k
t fit. ,
, s. 1
sjKauaasw faaa, ajajj. 'Mel saasast ..janavaa.
I take rreat pleasure In Informing my frlendl and e
public In general, thai I have
REM OVE D
To my urtr .Storr,
113 and 115 Fort Street,
Where I open will, nn entire NEW .STOCK OK JEW
KLRV, SOLID COM) AND I'LAIKD,
of all description., and a complete
Aeent for S Imp ion's, Hall's, Steel's and Roger's
Silver riateu Ware. Depot ot the Genuine
American, Walt ham and Elgin
Will beat Ufore.A SPECIAL 1IRANCH OF MINE
Warranting all Work. A full line ot J
SprctttrtfM and EyeyttBet
Thankful for the confidence thown me, I invite the
public to inspect my toclc before purchatlng else
where. My k1 landing In thii Kingdom, from lone years
experience in this bu&inest, I a guarantee that I shall
oflerthe HESTat the VERY LOWEST TRICES. I
have ipared no expense in nelectinp new itock in order
to keep up my reputation and to give satisfaction.
Neat door to Hackfeld & Co.'..
Honolulu, II. I.,
Of the Hawaiian Island, All kinds of Repairing and
v neci maKinjf executed on tne most ncientinc pnn
ciples. At this establishment hotses are
In the Blacksmiths department all work will be turned
out in the future, as in the past, by first -class
We do not confine our attention to Can bee and Buggy
making exclusively, uraers tor, any kina ot a
wheeled vehicle received and promptly executed.
Our Usual Supply of requirements for the Trade.
Orders from the other Islands will receive our best at'
tent inn. 1033111
ONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
Na lot Fort Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
Millinery and Dressmaking
Connected with the premises.
loe-tf A. M. MELLIS. Proprietor.
T HOPP Co., 74 King- atre.t.
Imjvrlirt nd Manufstturtti t
Evarjr dasserip tf on'oO'nrmltnra,
To Tilt Ladiki : Triinmines, Tassels, Gimp., Si'k
lord in every shade I'arlor bets resinned,
covered, polished and made equal to
new, Mattresses re-made and
cleaned at short
Wa an aottd for Crat-claaa work aad mode rata
char ft a.
H. J. NOLTE, PROPRIETOR,
to announce to his friends and the public Itt f
era! that he has opened the above Saloon where
From J a. w., till 10 r. u
Clean, Pipe aad
Chosen by a personal selection from firtl-claat manu.
factories, has been obtained and will be
added from lint to time.
On oBruaiwkk & Halle's celebrated
la connected with the esuUssluaeat, where lovert of
ir tne cue can participate.
CMTBRPRIS8 PLANIHO MILL.
it; Fot Srster, Honoluli', II. I,
C J. Hart aad H. W.
Contractors and Builders,
PhUnmf , Semtfimf , Tettmlnf,
tvmt antl Sooll SmWiaf,
Tltnc'tuk, aWatia, DoOf
m4 WieMtow fttmrntm,
SallfM, tammte W Qt4mt.
MOULDINOS AND FINISH,
wmMSSaSRM taSV SsfrOSmmilBSl SBSatW Itt SrmW MtttrnVSi v4fcnMSUI
Mtaj itaaijl far ttaW fitm 7mmenitr waaeh.
S aataft aaswaraamr. ie
A anaaaaa & ,TWIUa- iqW-tT, fU
SMO, M TIMfMttmleVaamWaCaa,
no King ttrte
CONTRACTOR AND BUI
i Urne ittxk of which U conttkntty on hn-t, enabling
me, on iliott mtke, lo ftnUn cotuges and
LuiUI injt of eterv dewrlptlon, In a
thorough and wotkmanhke
JoblilnK of tall kindi promptlf done.
ami at low price.
HANI) AND SCROM. SAWINO
nt All times.
Machine work of RllTltlnila
JACK SCKI.WS ANI KOl.t.KKS KKIT ON
With competent orVinrn, llie promp htl fatlhful exe-
mi Ion of All retters entruMed to me, I ho e to
merit unit receive a fair slmro of the
KmemWr the iibre, No. 109 King street, opposite
sU k, itiMiops resiuencc.
Telephone itt, ttjiy
IXTILDEIl A CO.
Importers anj Dealers In
AuA Building Materi!
of all kinds Just received, ex Ute arrlrali, tevrra
l.irce and weu Kiecteu cargoes ot
comprising all the usual stock sires
In Scantling, Timber,
Planks and Boards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scantling, riane utface and rough lioards -jot
laceuana rouijh tuiten, ricketR. Km tic,
Lattice and CUpboards,
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
All sires, of Eastern and California make, and for
1. : .:.. - ...:. . 1 .:
ltic in iiuiititio itj auii, Ma iuw i(ii.Vm.
A lao, in .Stock, '
WHITE ZINC, PAINT OILS,
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS,
GLASS AND SALT,
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fine assortment of
In latest t jrle
AT LOWEST PRICES.
T D. LANE'S
' aramaT.r. woxxs,
Manufacturer of Monuments,
AND TILING, IN
Black and White Marble.
lfMklas Wttrk af tjTwnr liesU
tmaaU tt urttar ttt tkat lawetrt',
Monunnnli and JUaJitentt rfiaiuJ an J nut.
Order (urn lha other I.Uiult vocn4ly aiitiwJed to.
Na t Port SUat, ttr Hotel Sta.
On a-ttorf bouse, uearlr sn, ami
TWO ACKKS Of LA.VD.
Artdan It'altr tuffluJ,
Tog tautlculart, apty t
lt;- iC r. DILLINGHAM,
)7 '"l uiul, llunelula.
rSV DBSIRABLI PROPIRTY
lloascateaj shuat In Nauanu VaHtgr. HetaaM dst.
laaca friaa tow, uawakf turn ie U the Wtm
aad aula. 3asu itHAllvL '
Haifa) aVatttj raatalat . M.iasa.
Cmttmf B4lmlm0. 9 Catns. ra,
(atoat iHsu aa.)
t Ttrss-atVtnr BuUmlmm. weaaUaa.,
t CWrlJ.tta, Sareaat' rooau, stall, h,
Ism tVaraw, UWW H,- Wuwt SheJ.
TW b wM tta psnet dfUktaar aatar, itaaaaa.
tW alats) b la 4a. wW, trH twet4 Ha
atulatoaaatskatMsMIVaM, '- "
atniihanii, t tta
tttaACT raoti tm orricui. tiroa
JUDGES IN HOROLOGY.
In fomMft-tlnn of the fact develop d Iti lM rismtn
a l km, ami the preponderance of elements of inner
rnt ami rotipfatlte merit adjudged by the
Jtule (eath tn Imtefiendent Judgment) te
Ins eiial lo 70 jx-r rent more than the
neit highest e Mi-it. they have
fotmd it eiceedingly dilfictilt
to nuke such a tlatiifica
tlonln detirrea will
OtVK KVKN-IIANDKI) JUS TICK TO AM.
US ADjUtXIX TO THK
AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY.
Mauathutetl. U. S. A.
fimtK.laM awai-il and such other steclal dullncthm.
iliplumA, metJal. or award as U comUtcnt with llie du
tiesaihi odi ligations 01 tne nonoratiic ayuney interna
lional Commi.Iort, for the larRcst and moa complete
exhibit of horological Instrument tKamtned,
Tliev itto timtioie. as the ontv mean liV which thetr
appreciation of the merits of the productions of this
company can 1 ailemiatcly or eijiiftaUy reatgnlretl hy
ine cummiuce on juutzinicarii Awarus, mat a separate
hrst-clata award tie given for the time'Vctpfnj( qualities
of all (trades of these watches.
AIjv a tetniratc- Titstilats awartl fur the tieffretinn ot
this system of watchmaking and the lmtrovemenls In
tne mecn antral jansoi the watrn. uting notauy tntne
rtulnprinft and coinif -Itarrel, the patent safety pi 11 ton.
me ieneci rincyioMiAi iorm 01 an me leeinoi ine train t
In every Rrade of watch alike, ami the Isochronal ad
juit merit of the ltalancesprlng'.
Al-o. n firit-clast award for new mode of compensat
Alto, a separate first cU award for the Improve
ments In caws, the number of art itt ic forms and designs
used, the beauty and elegance uf Iheir finish, and for
their new and Indestructible method of enameling.
Also to Charles W. Woerd, mechanical superintend
ent American Watch Company, Wallham. Mast.
The following Is the order of awards made by the
Sydney International Exhibition Commission to the
American Watch Company, of Wallham. Mass!
Gold and Silver Watches First degree of merit and
special mention I Gold Medal.
Timekeeping qualities of all grades tjf Watches First
degree of merit.
Perfection In System First degree of merit.
New mode of compensating balances First degTttt of
Improvements, finish and elegance of Cases First de
gree of merit.
Engraving, chasing and enameling of Watch Case
First degree of merit and special mention.
Charles M. Woerd, Mechanical Superintendent 'First
degree of merit, special.
kK$r There being several worthless watches (tearing
the marks of Wafthain Watches discovered within the
past seven months, palmed off on the public as genuine,
the public are hereby notified of the fact and cautioned
f . MetNEKHY,
lll.tf Alien! for ihe Hawaiian I.IamJs.
In Ihlt Kingdom U ronnrtted wllh
Apply by TELEPHONE NUMBER yo, or ban
youronlersat Ihe lullj DulUUm oftce, Holllttar
& it0" f 'r' - 'nim Fort Street. Taalaf ,
Kepairini;, RtbuffintJ and Readjusting.
No. ley Fett St, Htawtakt. H. I.
All Work tkwMv WtrrtttM !
IN EVERY BRANCH
By . r. WXLLS. Bfmaia
TSyf RS. THOMAS LACK,
IHNiiTca u uaaun IK
&ewiiti 2M" sabklaatSMS
Vrnrt; AHmttumtrntt, Otf atttl Anttmrln,
Acaay roa tms
Wmiti aad ih LioHT.Rvamaa Haw Hotta
Howard", MacUa Naedbt, all klad.J
. . .T' i m waaa ana state
Barbuar t Linen Thnad,
Uaik'a a N, T. MacMa Cottu.
Mm. Dmurufi KrfiaUt Cut hVrWaVnw
.v. i . .. "D fitTioa.
Dealer In Klrlu,
UuHt aad SrotTIMa OeoM,
8aoT, ft'wuaa. Car.
and Metallic Caaraeatien,
KKHOMKKK MTOrBM, In H !,
uJnJjlMa. LtKkaod Una Rtlatii,ttil"
TJNION PISD COMPANY
kav oa aand aad h, sab,
NaT, aa. amaw,
(wlub or irvaad,)
aad la fad mmj tkitaf aaitabb, W urn) f-i
Pi4" Uaaat 4I aaea caw awatjaaa aa,
Mil II I III BtlSWSlSii
vmkwi rrssv ca.
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