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SATURDAY, APRIL j, iMj.
The first Ihtce months of the current jcar
have yicldcil the grim reaper hwesl of ilii
llnpilslicd names ueh as he gather selilom In
M brief A period. In the lanRtiAKC of an e
changes "Twelve months often jkiss without
such fatality nmone familiar names ris the lint
six neck of thl rcmarkahlc )eir have wit.
ncssctl. Upon the threshold of the new )eir
CiamlKtta met his mysterious end, and lx.forc
that day's noon Mr Allen, Hawaiian Minister
to the united mates, was many mmckcu us
heart disease at President Arthur's reception.
On Innuarv -illi died General C html . the mil
itary man whom, it Is said, I ranee could least
spire anil ucrmany most icaren. un tnc i iiii
hcnalor It M. Morrill died, and the next day
Clark Mills, the sculptor. On the 22nd the
brother of the Kmneror William of (Jerminv
died. (instate Dure, Dr. Heard nnd the author
of 'Knicht a Mechanical Dictionary, all died
on the 2id. On the JfJth was announced the
death of I lotow, whosi; nsme is so much less
familiar than that of his most successful opera,
'Martha.' Sir hilar June's name is strange on
the western hemisphere, hut his personality is
historical, and his spirit controlled nearly ten
million men during some of the most frightful
times the world has ever known. Ilcdied on
rdiruary 8th. William V. Dodge aud Mar
shall Icwcll died on the nth: Charles K.
Thorne, the actor, on the lothj Wagner on
the Ijth and V.. D. Morgan, the war (unernor
on the 14th. I ranee ami oursehes ime Mil
fcrcd most Knuland and Ccrmanv have cs
rapel more hglilly." The month of March
has licen scarcely lnhind Its Ccllous, though c
hue foreign dates to the I Ith only. So fir in
this month the notalilc deaths hnsc licen Oen.
las II. Simmon, of New lerscv. late of St
l'aul, Minn.l Kolicrt Asa Packer, I'residcnt of
llic fit oik ami I'cnnsylsania II. K. to.,
who left n hrgc sum to I-cliigli Unncrsiu;
Henry bcilicrt.ol riiilidelphti, vslm left Situ,
000 in eitucatlonal and charitable bequests;
cniimourilounos, the Ix-st known recent states
man ofOrccccl and the creates! of contempor
ary southerners, Alexander II. Stiphcns of
Georgia, among recent deaths til less celeb
rity iv Trcnor v. Park, of New York; John
policy lames, ciiicl-i.nginccr 01 tnc t-anntlan
Pacific railway! I). J. Tallinl, n prominent
han I'ranciscan banker; and Wilson roster, for
nearly nine )cars past editor of Sitfitr Cant,
auk A.vit Tin: i.ti:li.i:ct.
"The richer a nature," sa)s Carl)lc, "the
harder and slower its development." Two
li)s were once of a class in the Edinburgh
iirammcr ncnooi, John ever prim, precise ami
dux; Walter ever slovcnlt. confused and dolt.
In due time John became lliilic John of Hunter
htnre, and Walter liccamc Sir Walter Scott
of the universe. The quickest and complctcsl
of all the vegetables is the cablngc." This
slowly developed "Sir Walter Scott of the uni
verse was 33 when he made his first draft cf
" vvavcrlv anil 44 when he rewrote and nub
lulled it. Nearly every one of those tales.
which confined immortality upon him, was
composed after he had reached the age of 46.
Carlylc was 42 whin he published the
"Trench Revolution," the first work of his to
winch he forniallv nut his mine. The mibli
cation ot this work was. It Is true, delated.
owing to the burning of the miiuiserlpt of one
volume, inroiigii tnc carelessness ol .Mrs. Tay
lor, to whom it had been loincd by lolin Stu
art Mill; but if that mishit) had not occurred
Cailvlc would have licen over 40 before his
work could have appeared. His "Cromwell"
was published when he was 50, the first two
volumes of his "Tredrick the Great" when he
svts 63, another two when he was 67, and the
last two when he was 69 Swift was 59 when
11c puonsncii "tjuiiivcrs travels, anil cer
tainly did no woik on it before he was 57,
Tcnnjson was 50 when his idyls "Khinc,"
"Vivcn" and "Cuinivcre" were published,
nun was aooui 02 wncn nc completed the
scries with "llirctli and Lvnettc." Macaulay
was 48 when he issued the first and second
volumes of his "History of Ungland," and the
mini anil loutlli uul not appear till he was 55.
Good ns are the essays of his carlv manhood.
they pale when compared with this work of
ins mature jesr.
lolin Stuart Mill was 53 whin his essay "On
i.inmy was punusneii, anil 50 wlien he gave
us tint on "Utilitarianism." Milton was cer
tainly more than 54 when he began to compose
his "Paradise Lost." He was 59 when he
sold it to Simmons the Iwokscllcr. George
l'.liot composed "Midillcmarch" between till
ages of 46 and 51, and after that "Daniel
iJcronda." Il.icon was 59 before he published
his great wotk, "The Novum Org-tnum."
Cowiicr was over 50 when he wrote "John
Gilpin" and "The Task," and Defoe 5S when
he published " Robinson Crusoe." Darwin
published his "Origin of Species" when 50.
and his "Descent of Man" when 62. Grote
wrote the larger part of his "History of
mute ociwcen ine nges 01 52 nnu 02, anil
llallain occupied nearly the same period of
nie wim ms "introduction to the Literature
of Europe." The two works by which Thomas
IIckxI has survived the grave, "The Uridgc of
Mghs' ami "The Song of the Shirt," were
comiKKi-ti wncn ne was 4b, and on a sick bed
from which he r.evir rose.
Longfellow gave ws "Hiawatha" when 4S,
"Talcs of a Wajsiile Inn" when 58, and after
that was as prolific as he was excellent. We
need unit mention his translation of Danii's
"Illvmia Coiiimcdia,"and his exquisite poem,
"Moriturl Salut-vmus." "The Autocrat of the
Breakfast Table" was published when Holmes
was 48, and "Songs in Many Kcvs" when he
"" jj- "-"""'uii'ii living compicieu ".laics
01 the Alliamura" at 49, published "Mahomet'
at 67 and "The Life of Gcome Washinclun'
after that nee. Prescolt wrote, we lieWse.
"The Conquest of Mexico" between the ages
of 45 anil 47, and "The Conquest of Peru"
between 47 and 51. Motley completed "The
History of the United Netherlands" at ci.
and after that began the history of "John of
ll,.. ..I.I .. l.l.Y. 1.. ....1.1..1' c 1
W.HI.1VIU, iwiiiii ,ic ijuiuiMieii wncn 11c
Frenchmen have produced wry remarkable
books long after the noon-da) s of life. La
place did an extraordinary amount of ivutiic-
nwirai worit alter lliree-scorc and ten, and
victor Hugo scarcely "got under wa)" 1
he was 50. He published "Napoleon the
Little" at co, "Lc Clutlments." at 51, "Lcs
Miscrablcs" at t.7. "The Toilers of tin. Sm"
at 04, "the .Man Who Laughs" at 67 and
"The Annals of a Terrible Year" at 70. 1 he
Kitui piivsiciu ami matncmatlcian Ampete did
"" iit;"! 10 ucvotc ms attention to tlic plie
nuuieim 01 ciecuo-magnctism till lie was 45,
and it was from 51 to $3 that he published his
"Observations," a work cluiactcrln.il, as has
been said, by " profound thought and extra
ordinary philosophical sagacit). ' Racine was
SO when he wrote his drama of "Esther," 52
that of "Alhahe," the finest pro.luct.lon of his
Ktimi, uini a masterpiece ot dramatic elo
quence. Thiers was 65 whin he complited
his "Consulate and Empire," and Cliatcau.
brland 63 whin he published his "Etudis."
Cetv antes had liaised his 58th ) ear before he
published the first luit of " Don Quixote,"
and was 6S when he Issued the second part,
He and Shakespeare died on the same day.
Vitnit Fm Jtrtt. '
-" - , 111
A Judfie full of caustic humor and shrewd
common sense, and remarkable for the brevity
of hi li.iiliitiii-ritii its. I tli trill?.! .lA.tH .. :.
I t C 4 r""" !. IM MIUNWH Willi
which he was wont to cm the much entinclcil
n mi miLiuoii, was .-ir samucl .Martin,
Baron of the Exchequer, whose death at the age
of eighty-two was almost simultaneous, by curi
ous coincidence, with the recent owning of the
new law COUIls of 1 .iimlnn In n (.,... M.
..... ... h vt....... vmv
he sutumoneil up at follows, after a mass of
contradictory testtmoti) and lone siiecihu by
counsel 1 "Gcutlcinen of the jur). )-vju luve
jieanl the evidence and the speeches of the
..... vuuiisci. u tou uciicvc ineoiit woman
In rul, you will find the prisoner guilt) 1 If you
do nut believe her. sou will Cm. I v.,.,. n. ,.,,:i...
1 le hail a thorough liaticil for interpreters in
court, and once, when a Siuntsh sailor was beinc
1 ii.T 1 ,w ""crprner was particularly
unskillful, heesclaimcil; "Mr. Interpreter, tell
Ihe prisoner that he has got Mr. to pro..
cute luru and Mr, to defend him, and that
I on; the Judge, and this Is the jury that will
try nun.' This having been couv c) ed to the
prisoner, the Ilaiotr continued; "Nosy Mr,
Interpreter, stand down," and tried the whole
case in EnjhsJi, pure anil simple. lUron
Maitlu s career was full of mercy and knjdncst
as well as justice.
An eminent Fieiuh iihysiclan, who has
known Prtocc Bisraark well for nearly a ouar,
f ccntun-,sj)- that all talk about the
ehaacellor health breaking down is sheer non.
MWh. His nerve and general constitution
ue In admlrsble condition, and bid foir to re.
wain to (ot twenty years to come
Mvuunl art the, only well beruvevl person
vsu a now Itil in Eg)4.
yjsUM tell you that KoM ban M
T-ILLINGHAM & CO.,
PAINTS. OIIS nj VAKNISIII'.S,
Kv.nmnxn asu tjriutrjrt.a otm
The Urp;eO imortmnt A PLOWS, for nil purpoM, l3
f Uttaw, Ctiltivm t. IIhtm Sfioei, Ot YoVm,
Ox How, Ox Qmmft, lotljer Cuttcri,
Cwn 11 nd Hominy MtlU,
Clnn nd Cnsl llsirrow.
S!Ut)I HAKI K WAOOsVS,
I ami Lams
Ale Or -very cheip (
Imbricating nmt IlltinilnatlntC Olln
KrROSl.NF OU S10VKS,
Ijimp, Uhmdelim and Iantemv nwMyle;
Hotr. ItehfntC Pumr,
Posifif- Shot an J Cat's
Hnwfi'n Stamlnril Amorlonn Bonlon,
r or all pur)mti
icr f'rrnm lrfexrrf
Unit it re.
Call anJ eamm our good. Our oct U Mcon
Manny rtpcnivhtii wiiu the UleM ami mwi approved
fnveniionit that It f lmpoihle to enumerate them
within the ce of on; Rtltertiement
Tilt; LATEST MfVliltTV,
Something which ho one fthotild 1 without, It one of the
MnRiiOsirt-CnloHn Firo-Proof Safes,
Itond Catnor Jewel Caei
Head one testimonial out of man
JCeftrt of Cotmnitttt of Fttv fnihrnm t RxftrU !
At a meeting of the I : hurtU .Mutual rire In
mi r Mice Union, heM at Nantiuket llcach, Aiiftut 26,
loai, Minnie di iiojiei nianutactureu by the .Mnene
Lnlcite ire'i'rooi ConijAny wpre Mioun An iron
liO. aKjuI twufetl Ion if and one fitnt itrrri nd wldo.
ith lining three fourth of fcn (mli thick of MaRnewi
Lalctte material, . filled with various tloaimenti,
Crecnlack, ami prut of a ami of lucifrr matches. It
wai then 1 laced iion a hed of hut coaU, and at leat
four feet or tlr, hard wool piled upon it The tox wat
kefit under extreme heat for An hour And a half. Not
wtthMandinjf the iron cover of the Ikjx wai o badly
war)xd that the lining wi In immediate contact with
trie name 4, on opening it the w hole content ere found
In a erfect iate of rrewrvatimi. A small hond and
note cae. dei7neil to t used Inside of vaulit and .tf.
wn Mihjected to the name degree of heit'for half an
hour, and lit contents were a No found a free from any
i (mudiisc ui iirc vi viiiuKc n wncn laccu ineret"
II. C Hick tow,
Chais, 1J Cuming
CltAt. A. I tow LAND,
F.njAti Htmr. fr.,
At rRRD L, llARWHJR,
Representative insurance olficcrs.
ANOTHER DRUG STORE.
PALMER & THACHER,
AND DEAL KM IN
ToKet Article uiul Jiiirj Goods,
No. iij FORT STREET.
In anticipation of the public want of a Drug Store
contenitntly located, where medicines can be procured
nl all hours, we have opened a pharmacy in the Damon
imuik, near iioici wreei v e carry a large Assortment
of goods peculiar to our line, which we oiler at
. VERY LOW PRICES. '
Onr Store U Kopt Open Evening.
Our itock of Drugs and Chemical is complete.
Our line of Talent Medicines embrace all the popular
I All the New Remedies, )
All Ihe Old Reliable KnncJ.es. )
ME HAV Till LARGEST ASSORTMENT OP
111 thi Kingdom, such as
Hair HruUies, looth ltrushe, Nail, Cloth, Flesh
and Hath llrushes. Dressing Combs, focket Combs
rine and Hack Combs, Cosmetics. Pomades, Hair
Oils, tooth Preparations, Cold Cream, Camphor
Jce, rerfumci;, Handkerchief Kttncts, Cotocnes.
Toilet Waters and Vinegars, hachet Powders, llanii
Mirrors, Natl-cleamn- bels, hmelhng tlotttes,
Atomliert, Kaiorst Slros Shaving Cups, llruihcs
and Soap, Toilet Soan of eer kind.
Ladle' Toilet Article.
Such as Camelhne, DicVes Creme de Us, laird's
llloom, I lagan's Halm, Oouraud's Oriental Cream,
Lubltis, Saunders, l'ozzom's Tctlow's, Cahert's,
and a host of ulber Powders and Rogues, Mando
line, llcauty Spuls, etc; fine large Ilalhing Sponges,
Sponge llaskels. etc.
wl MASK THE KIMST tOT Or
Infant ' Sponses
I'.vtr brought to this Kingdom
Infant a Dressing C&s, Nurser Powder,
lnareit rullcr's 1-rth,
Putts. PulT.iloies, Caslile Soap,
Nipples, 1 eellnng.Ringv
Rubber 1 ubing. Feeding Hollies,
Night Tapers, Ridge's KooJ,
'lo) Iocs Arrow Root,
Soothing S)7tip, etc
THE OM.V COUN-kTE STOCk Or
Speotatoles and Eye-Oli
Photofraphlo ChemicaU of all kinds.
A UlCS ASSOKTUET Or
Such as Sapolio, llectro-Siltcon, Siller Soap, Oiant
and Diamond Cemcnl, ln.ecl Powder, Hy
Paper, Am Pulson. Ral Paste, "Rough on
Rats :" Shoe tllacking aid Dressing, UUcking
llrushes Des Dislnletlauls Toilet l'aper.etc.
male a speualti of rU.VORINt; tvMRACTS
of our own inanufaciure; Hot Water Hags Rub
ber Cushlous, Medicine Chests, etc.
Onr Daltoloua Soda Water,
DEAWN fEOU THE KAblANT FOUNTAIN.
Which survtss In elegance eserylhingoflhe kind rer
ImiUDhl IdlllH. t.t.n.l. I. I.r....t.l.
Wm ra.n.ir..n.a Cnm Sl... ,. ., .......
ALt, and hav. the ,stncy for genuine Laueni Ah
11 k 1iKt.1rr.it uvit aouits
To any ait of ihe city, and ship to the other UWs.
Orders frrui, th nuini.u u.tl ...u. . r. 1 .
klkl M lhin.1 lAunul. kl.. .... .L . II - -
,r" r'""r'l ".4Mij iw usujssc lI
riug are wry respectfully,
T , .. PALMER & TIIACHtR..
TsKrHONE, No. t7. ,3, ,f
PHE "SUPERIOR" STOVE.
G. XXGLrXG .0 Co.,
V. S. Aasuua Si.. imaIm if. r
Sole agents for lb. Islands. Jk full hue of lh
and Hafuies for Ihe same always U nek.
JOB WORK PKOMrTLY DONt
QUNKY BAGS FOR SALE
H. MAOKriLI CO.
' r IJI-asu
-SASTLH & COOKE,
itoKOLILt', II. I 1
Would call attention to their Large and
varied Stock of
Conmting of I He unti tailed Paris Steel
The Moline Steet IlrtaVert, anJ Furrowing Plow, Mo
line Steel How nil ( Planet, Jr.. Culti-
tutor. Dirt Scraper. ,
John Dooron Grins Flown,
Plan ten' Hot, of the bctt nnVen,
IHSSTONV CKLRftKAIF.I) CASK KNIVES
nud. to order. Ame' Sttoel ma Spade,
Cardan I (exit. Caml !Urrow, U
Pow. Soke, Cluint, reme
Sugar Mill Requirement.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
jerm Oil, Cylmdrr, t.nril
und Kerosene Oil, Perfect
1 ttbriOstoM, Plumbago, A!
bany Grenw, DivtorVii nnd
H nnd J r ile, h11 ttiemml
kinds. Stenm Pncklnit, Hit
And Round Indii Kutber,
Abeto nnd Sonp Stone,
Mix Pncklns, India Hub- r
ber Hoe,,K to a inch. Pipe
ami Coupling, Nutt and
Vmher, fmikhed, -Mflclune
HottvaU me, Cold preued
Dlacksmith's, tngineer! and
Carpenter's Hammer, Pipe
Cutter, Winched, 8 Inch to
?4 Inch, AnviU. Vices, t ule
Scraper Grindstones llet
bteel, liuilderit Hardware,
all kind ind M)les, Hub
buck's Paint and Oil, raw
and boiled. Small I'aints In
Od, In Inree variety. Dry
Paints, UmW, Venetian,
Ked, Ochres, .Metallic, &c.
Whitlnj;, German imlow
autd uz Manila Hope
No. 1 and a Flour, No. 1 and a Rice,
Cruihed Supar, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon. Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory,
Pure English Spice-, Condensed Milk,
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES: The rat
act Krrojtru Of. II nttnu'm tVi
trifuynt I.hthtt, 14 Inch, Ittthhrr
Sprint unit Cttnrun Jirakr just at
hand. B lake Steam Pump Valves, Pack
ing, ac., Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irricatlng& Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete.
ALSO OS CONSIGNMENT
California Hay, llarle, Potatoes. Barrels
Salmon, Han., Asbestos Mixture for Boilers
,, and Steam Pines, rery cheap. Fence Wire
and btaplct, Gah-anued Roofing,
Wilcox and Gibb's Automatic; Sineer Manufacturing
Company, Aorted: Remington Company, Famil) ;
ilton Alachine, the best assortment to be found,
and at Bottom Prices.
New Goods by every arrival from England, New
York and San Francisco.
1 New Traoilou Engine, 8-nor power.
Orders from the other I.land filled a't Ilett Rate and
SOMETHING WORTH READING.
J, E. WISEMAN,
Jteat ICnttttc livohev ami Gen era i
No. a; Merchant STKfcKT HosoLixr, II. I,
I hac now several neat HOUSLS and COITAOES
to let In various tarts or Honolulu and suburbs. Alto,
some kock! Budding lxts and property to sell.
KurLOYMENT touNti row tiiosk SrckiNC Work.
I am rKKpAien to funnish
MONEY AT ANY TIME
ON FIRST-CLA.. SaCUBITV.
ltgu! Faftrt of all Dtsmptfom Dmmu
Engraving and PenmanUup Tastefully Done. Custom
iiou entries anu i.orrcspsnuerKX attenucj 10,
ACiENP rORTHV: BF.ST
Tira ad 1.11 Imaratto ComfMUaiea
IN THE WORM)
IlllU Callrf .l t lt..t. .n.1 ImMMt. L'.n. rSr.l.n
(I .very busirxss nalurt truoi ihe Mhcr islamls snlt
mcsi wua jrum(4ncs4.
pHB BVILS OF FAINTING
V U ku Ua saU with uiik.ri HulU. loo. lhat hatua.
paiMisu ratjhi, with sluJv aiul arquirai!it of lax.,
rssuao Us rans. as a llbtraf art." fmmttr Jistat
aVhts ni tb aUvs lo tj. itlw. A.IL KVUB hi. i
rs-orjaniiil hit iiui vt worVln( lh Uauiitss la
lloSKMulii. In iL. fiAa tjr. r. hi. iHitbl K u-...
of lhat ctlcWs.1 aiiUr, Mr. Max Kohh, forma ly of
m-m. m iia.sssus !! JTK Ul sua IUMI Ol
i'fsilH UMil Itttomttrt rufti-HmHiil0,
t'nscolnf , he, is up o lb tat lint, luuurpaaxj
aisj, oo this ssLanJs, has D Uxu tqualUX fur
llous Palnlinf Jout, AnKlass ok)uuuos ooly IU U
la fului. iiairaris can ikpcnj upon njr fulfiUm
tnV "d1 ,l " schaiUk Usu kaowu to Ik.
blOK-PAINTINO AND LETTICKING
DrfunmM tll U twnronrailx prslJJ otu b Mr.
OswxSTATaica (fiutkat coasmal unrnctaryX
V. S. StaJ far dasi.su f frtco fur oUa(t and
surokta-souctliia, mi; taj if rou aat asy OUas
psll in, call at lb
"uokw i-Aiyr aWHr.
BREWER k COMPANY
Th fotlcwinR lots of merchandise tutt landed from
Boston. In excellent order,
Ex. American Bark Amjr Turner I
NEW AND SYLISII
1IUUUW8 ash MAirroxs,
sellow heslMns: Metal, iband arorl
Ash l'lsnk, assorted sirest
Oak Plank, assorted sires
Alsor lo arrive per Stiilm-in II. Allen!
nUMP HARKOWS, Jacobs P.itcnt.
As Handles ami Pick Handles.
Kerosene Oil, "Electric" brand, , -
Cottage furniture, in painteil sets.
Oak I.mnbcr, I, J, l)i, 24, 3 and 4-in.
Oars, iC, 17 and tS A.
Yellow Metal Nails, ij nnd in.
Yellow Metal Shcating, IS, JO and 22 02.
.Manila Rope, assorted sizes.
Dairy Salt, in barrels.
Pine Barrel Shook and Heads.
1'ine keg Shooka and Heads.
Cider Vinegar, In barrels.
-.strict of Imon.
1 xtract of Vnmla.
1 atrnct of Almond.
17 Casks and Hhdi Crocleo, Glassware, Lamps
46 Cases Crocker), Glassware r.ild Lamps.
45 ..arrets Crocker), Glassware and Lamps
Light and Hesvy Hand Carls
Knowlet' Steam Parnps, variotu alstee.
prXIMYED THIS DAY,
Ex stcamei Suei.
SALMON in barrel
Salmon, in 'A barrels,
Salmon Ucllies, in kitts,
llarrcls Mess liccf,
Ihrrcls P. M. Pork,
Pig Pork, in i barrels.
BUTTER inkegsand kltta
llutter, in glass jars,
An assortment of Case Goods, -
Cases Jams and Jellies,
Caseb Dried Apples,
TURKEY and TONGUE lnnuM
Cases Dried Beef,
Cases Soda Crackers,
Cases Saloon Pilot llrcad,
Cases Cocoanut TatTy Cakes,
Cases Palace MixcsT liiscuits,
Cases Oatmeal, in 10-lti bags,
Cases Cornmcal, in 10 lb bags,
Coses Split Peas,
ONIONS- In case
Cases and bags Kctl Potatoes,
Hags Red Ileons,
Rags White Beans,
Golden Gate Roller Flour.
Cotton Duck, No, r to 10,
Cotton KasenDuck, Nos. 8, 10, iz.
FOR SALK DV
fjiirrii Street Jforiofufu
J. WILLIAMS & Co.,
Having purchased the Photocrah Gallery of Mr, M.
Dickson, will continue thebiuineuattheolduand.
Ity INCKtASLU FACILITIES and cm
ploviW HR.Sl'-CLASS ARTISTS, we
shallendcavor to nulntaln.thtprcstic
of tSe old and jtopular Gallery.
and to merit a liberal patron
age by fair dealing and
GIVEN TO CHILDREN,
Wc art prepared lo do all kinds of work from Minia.
lure to life sue either in
COLOKKD, &c, ftc
The only Gallery fit Honolulu, whkh has a complete
In addition to thosa purchased of Mr. Dickson, ws)
nave ine enure collection or views ana iMrrraii
Negatives nude Ly Mr, Chase, thus enabling
us to offer the greatest variety m views,
AND LAVA rLOW VIEWS
Aha, a supply of Hawaiian and South Sea Island cur
iosiues runs, Shelts, &c A fine slock of franes.
Mats, and Passepartouts constantly oa hand.
taercra JtrsiMNaM urid Carlsss'lH
Cite U Call. J. WiUiaaM & C.
sr Numbers lot and 104 Fort Screet.
E HAVE CONSTANTLY
ON HAXP lASCSt QUANTIIIIS 0
Hay aud Oxtail
Of all kinds vhich we eeTcr lo purchasers ai
TXK leOWRIT WUkMMXt BATM
Our stock, is r iotd by each arrival from Use coast.
HA VI NO A.
SUIT MIX. as, ;
AT ANy TIM.
GENERAL AOENT9 rOK
Th rieifit Mutual Lift tnmnmi CJ'Cal.,
TlU SWt Immtmmt Immrjmt C., CsA,
ThlHnr TtlAtmf Hi timfUtt, it mi
Ity Ihe Sit and fnirlii we have received LAROE
Auuiiiu.NS to our slock of
FURNITURE IN EVERY LINE !
And we are selling
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
We alto MANUFACTURE lo order
(of every kind.)
Lounges and Bed Lounges
made to order.
Purehnnern ran nnrc tltrtr thotc of
COVERINGS IN MLK OR PLAIN REPP
E. P. ADAMS, Affent.
Telephone No. 77.
CHAS. J, FISHEL,
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U HACKFELD A Co,
OFFER FOR SALE
INVOICES OF A'Fir GOODS.
Jott received per A"l and ttUnl,
Consisting in part of as follows 1
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP DRY GOODS,
Denims, Drown and White Cottons, Drills, Tick
ings, Turkey Red. Merinos-black and
colored. 4 qualities1, Repps, Atpacai.
Cobourgi, Italian Cloth and
Dlsck, Gros'txraln, Fancy, Colored and Striped.
Barege, Crepe, &c,
Men's J'ltriilnhliiii Uootltt,
Shirts, Woolen, Mlted, Calico, Hickory, Denim
etc., Merino and Cotton Uudrrihlrts, White
Bosom Shirts, Socks & Stockings, Gloves
Handkerchiefs, Foulards, a large In
voice of CLOTHING consisting-
of Pine Black Cloth Coats and
Pants, Buckskin Sacks,
Pants and Suits, Felt,
Sacks & Pants,
Boys Shirts, and
Children's Jackets, I,
R. Coats & Leggings, Mon
key and Sailor Jackets, Carpet
Slippers, Silk and 1, C. Umbrellas
andParasols, Fancy and Travelling
Shawls, Cotton and Turkish Towels,
White and Fancy Quilts, Felt Rugs and Brus
sels Carpeting, Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads,
White and Fancv Blankets.
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sties.
Scarlet, Orange. White Woolen and a points,
Buttons for Shirts, Coats. Pants, Dresses,
Genuine Fau de Cologne. Lubin'n Kx
tract. 'loilet Soap, rhilocome, Hair
Oil, Comb, LooVing Claws, I'lpe. !
K. Dalls, Harmonica)., Wank Cooks,
Gold Leaf, Jewelr), Gold Watches,
Tape, Elastic, Scarfs, Albums,
Exten&Iun, Arm, Dining room and Parlor Chairs,
8tUUe, Cittfakhtn, tUrtha, Stirrup Leather,
Hemp & I IC Tacking, Coat Baskets,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY.
Containing Dates, Cups. Tea Dots, HowN, Clumbers,
Klce Dishes and .lakers. Demijohns 3 and 5
Gallons. Sample Bottles. Vases and Glassware, Manila
and Tarred Rope, Coal Hags, Gunnies, Twine,
Burlaps, Woolpack and Twilled Sacking, Linen Hose
SUGAR AND RICE BAGS,
of all sues and qualities.
Sardines In half and quarter boxes,
Salt In Jars. Castor Oil In tins. Matches,
Cocoanut Oil. Wash Blue. H. White Lead,
Stearine Candles, a, , and 6, H. At P. Biscuit,
Hubbuck's Unseed Paint Oil, White Zinc Paint,
German and Havana Cigar,
Plated ware Spoons, Forks, Cruets, Tea
nets, Cups, Napkin Rings, Salvers, etc,
Pocket and Butcher Knives, Scissors, Sheep Shears,
Needles, Spoons, Files, Spurs, Galvanued.Bastns,
Hoop Iron, Keg Rivets. Hammers, Yellow
Metal and Cotnpoution Nails, Clan fieri
Babbitt Metal, Sugar Coolers, Iron
Fire Clay, Blacksmith Coal, Fire Bricks, Tiles,
Bmpty Barrels, Oak Boats, sVr.
Orders from the other Islands carefully attended to.
11. Uackfrld Jt Co
Nest door to Hackfeld & Cos.
Honolulu, II. I ,
Of the Hawaiian Islands. All kinds of Repairing and
Wheel making executed on the most scientific prtn
ciples. At this 'cuabhiruneni horses are
In the lUacktmiihk department all work will be turned
out in the future, as In the put, by ftntclau
We do not confine our attention to Cantata and Buggy
making exclusively. Orders for any kind of a
wheeled vehicle received and promptly executed.
Our Usual SuddIv of reaulrcmeuts for the Trade.
Orders from the other Islands will receive our best at
TTONOLULU CLOTH I NO EMPORIUM,
No. 104 Fort Strcer, Honolulu, H. I ,
Millinery and Dressmaking
Connected with the premises.
los-tf A. M. MELLIS. Proprietor.
T HOPP A Co.; 74 Klac straet,
tsmt eUswriyUsM off Vevrvattsuei.
To the Ladiui Trimau'nis. T"l, Guapa, Sdk
CorcWln every shade Parlor Sets rvsrusted,
covered, pulished and raade eo.ual to
new, Jdaitrctaes rc-niade and
cleaned at short
We tn noted (or irat-ciau work aad RuxUrata
II. J, NOLTE, PROPRIETOR,
B(S to ajusouoc. to his friends aodlh. public a gen
eral thai be has opened the above Saloon where
Prom j a. si., isil io r. ss
CsheMMtt waeV ft aMavafisaweU alsWWIWn faoM swafMHM
sMM Ml Wm 14 MM.
No. tco King street,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
etc., etc., ete, 1
a large stock of which Is constantly on hami, enablirrg
me, on short notice, to finish collages and
buildings of every description, in a
thorough and workmanlike
Jobbing of nil kinds promptly done,
and at low prices.
HAND AND SCROLL SAWINO
at ail times.
MncliliiB work of niriclntla.
JACK SCRI.WS AND ROLLERS KEPT ON
With competent workmen, Ihe promp and fathful exe
culion of all orders entrusted to me, I hope to
merit and receive a fair share of the
Remember the flaee1, ffo. 109 King street, opposite
, llishop's residence.
Teler hone lit.
trlLDBR & CO.
Importets and Dealers in
And BullilInR Material
of all klndi, Ju received, eft Ute arrivals setera
urge ami well selected cargoes ot
comprising ail the ususl stock sires
In Scantling, Timber,
Planks and Boards,
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scantling, Plane surfare and rough lioard -sur
faced and rough H.ttens, Pickets, Rustic,
Lattice and Clapboards,
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
All sires, of Eastern and California make, and for
sate in quantities to suit, at low prices.
Also, in Stock,
WHITE ZINC. PAINT OILS.
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS,
CLASS AND SALT,
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fine assortment of
In latent atyleta.
AT LOWEST PRICES.
TJNTBRPRISE PLANING MILL.
117 Fort SrsisT, Honolulu, II. I.
C. J. Hardy and H. P. Bertclmann,
Contractors and Builders,
Planing:, Shaping, Turningr,
'Band and Scroll Sawing-,
Doors, Saah, Blind, Door
and Window Frames,
Stain, made to order.
MOULDINGS AND FINISH,
, Always on hand.
All orders filled on short notice, and Jolting promptly
attended to. Moulding made to any pattern wilhout
lira char, e for knives. Price of Machine worts,
f 1 ea to Si so per hour. to-yr
EW BEDFORD AND SAN. FRANCISCO
aas aav e mi ja. a a a aw m s s
6 Thread to ii( Inches.
Also, HEMP CORDAGE of American and RussUn
RUSSIA BOLT HOPE,
MANiUt BOLT ROPE,
SEIZING, MARL1N, 110USHN,
All of hkh U1 he sold as low ai offered y other
panics, In quanftties desired.
II UOLLES A CO.
tsar a sftf a mmtmaAss
No. j NUUANU St., HONOLULU, H. I.
Stoves and Ranges.
Tio.ICopo.raad Sheet Iron, Sfcass Uad and Lead
rV.Cal.aoUed Inn pit. and rinis, Usass Cooda
all !., Arseeaaa Well aad Insjalln; fioa. The us.
aalTloaod trsa van, aVaeha, Ctoscts, Siaha, Waals.
ssaade, Mart la aad f.ssnsleil Ikm, la stodi and lot
SssVi a4 scsSsUMeivUe EatsM tJ
F YOU WANT A GOOD OtOCH,
U T Wmut m iited Vt, .
If Yw WM Cteek er Watet.
itxTitACT rsosi tmi orncisL strosr
JUDGES IN HOROLOGY.
In consideration of the ftcts developed in this eamin
at ion, and h preponderan of elements of lnrttr
ent and eomparntiTe mem adjudfted ty the
Judses (each tn Independent Judgment) V-
Inn eqital to 70 per rent more than the
nest highest exhibit, ther hare
found ft esceedingly difficult
to make such a clasMfiea .
tion in degree as will ,
01VE EVEN-HANDKU JUSTICE TO AM
WR APjUtiOS: TO TMR
AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY,
MasAcliuettst V R A.
A tint class award And such other sfecUl dutinctfon
dtfloma, medaL or nwanl as Is consiitent with the dti
ties ami obligations of the honorable Sjdney Interna
tlonal Commis'ion, for the Urgent and most complete'
eslnbit of horolojtical intrumcnts examined
They ilo propose, as the only means by which their
appreciation 01 me merits 01 ine prnuuciions 01 tnis
company can be adequately or equitably recognlted by
the committee on Judging ami Awards thai a separata
first cUj award le Riven for the time-keeping quahlles
A.f salt rtpa.laa a.f ska .Hall..s
aiiKmicsui iiitro TiUK9i
Also, a separate f,rMclass award for the perfection ol
this system of watchmaking and the improvements In
the mechanical parts of the watch. bfng notably in th a
mainspring and going barrel the patent safety pinion,
the perfect enicyloidal form of all the teeth of the train
In every grade of witch alike, ami the lochronal ad
justment of the blancepring
Also, a firstcKss award for new mode of compentat
Also, a separate fint class award for the Improve
mrnts m cntes, the rumlr of artUtlc formi and deIgns
used, the beaut) and elegance of their finUh, and for
their new and Indestructible method of enameling.
Also to Charles W, Woerd, mechanical fttiperintend
ent American Watch Company Walt ham, Mass,
U.S. A. '
The following is the order of awards made by the
Sydney International Exhibition Comntlstlon to the
American Watch Company of Wall ham, Masst
CoM nnd Silver Watche First degree of merit and
special mention : Gold Medal.
Timekeeping nullities otal I grades of Watches Pint
degree of merit.
Perfection in Sjitem First degree of merit
New mode of compensating balances First degree of
Improvementt, finUh and elegance of Case First de
gree of merit.
Kngravlng. chasing and enameling of Watch Caves
First degree of merit and special mention.
Charles M. Woerd, Mechanical Superintendent First
degree of merit special.
MZTThtte beinz several worthless watches tieartnc
the marks of Wairham Watches discovered within the
past seven months, palmed olTon the public1 as genuine,
the public are hereby- notified of the fact and cautioned
lit if Ascot for the Hawaiian Islands.
UTM. WENNER & Co.,
93 Four Strsst, Honolulu, hL,
Has-e re-opened at ihe old stand with a new
and carefully selected stock of
And Clocks, all kinds,
Gold Chains and Guards,
Sleeve Buttons, Studs, c.
Ladies would do well to call and examine our stock ol
llracelcls. Brooches, Lockets. Earrings, etc,
which were especially selected with a
view to suit the market.
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made to order.
The repairing branch of our business we regardai an
mportant one, and all jobs entrusted to us wdl
be executed In a manner second to nona.
Of every description done to order. VantcuUr alien
tion U paid to orders and job work from the other
Ulands. While thanking the public for past
favors, we return to hope that our long ex
perience In thes I tJands will enable u
to obtain a fair share of prtronagt
in the future.
QuUk Salrmaml Hmntl Jrolla.'
Is our motto and we shall keep In stock every article In
our Une of buuncu, 5tjm
1UTRS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 70 rort ItTMt, IttMtala,
isiroiTia AND niALaa IK
AND CNUINa ,
Vart; Attachment; OU ami Amjnrlu.
ACINT foil TIIK
White and the LiciiT-KvNNisia New Houi M--Ti-it.
Howard's Machine Needles, all kinds'
Corticell's Silk, in alt colors and alas : '
Harbour a Linen Thread.
Clarke O. N. T. Machine Cotton.
Mute. Dtmortit'i A'iiath Cut Fuftr fotUrni
Dealer in KlrLKS,
Guns and .SrostTINO Goom,
Shot, Fowou, Cafe,
and M 1TALLIC CABTHDCaa,
KKHOHKXX BTOrtt. tm ssN .
Sewirui Machine, Lock and Cun-Kefairiss ftamytif
NION PBBD COMPANY
have on hand and for sal.,
(whole 01 ground ,)
HMOIK COHN, ' s'
nd In. fnx every thing peiiaiiilog to ts Fe4.l
Orders from the islands will has. ear swueaM astd
careful allsjnloo.i - '?
All orders to be addrtsaed,
UNION KEED CXX,
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