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SATURDAY, APRIL 14, iMj.
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On this ht of March, which escapes) liclng
an April UvA by oneilay only, sscof Califointa
re rejoicing over the suflicientir watered
country. At one time this promised to be a
very much dried up state, hut a continuous rain
for every day since I-uter afternoon has Messed
us in many svapj assured our crops and changed
lone faces Into smiling ones. So I can find no
lieller beginning for my usual letter anil trust
California may accept our congratulations.
Kainlinot such a necessity with )ou In
beautiful Honolulu as to make it a subject for
serious coniecturc whether there shall be
enough, for your heavens "drop their garnered
fullness" on all occasions, whether in season
or out of season. With us, however, many
feel a sympathy for the man who said lately
"hang a country where the prosperity of its
jeople depends upon the rainfall." Hut then he
wasadcalerU wheat and had gone short on the
market. The same individual said yesterday
that h hvl concluded that this was "not so bad
a country after all." Which goes to prove that
we arc apt to see things through the spectacles
of our own circumstances.
foster Sunday was celebrated here with more
circumstance than usual. While Episcopal
ami Catholic churches always do their lcst in
floral decorations and music, this cnr all the
churches had citra music and profusion of
flowers. Grace Cathedral, episcopal, which
always leads in the clatioratlon of its trim
mings, was the finest ever seen in this city 1
ferns In most ingenious arrangement all around
the Immense building, camctias, magnolias,
aialcas, tuberoses, orange blossoms, white roses
nnd choicest Mowers of all kinds, were found
In every conceivable design which ingenuity,
taste and plenty of money could procure.
While many of these mmed (lowers nre not
tare with you, they arc scry expensive here;
but our wealthiest contributed from their hot
houses until the display was well worthy the
occasion, and deserscd all the enthusiastic ad
miration bestowed by those pmilegcd to wit
Lent has held in check many entertainments
which now will have additional interest from
being temporarily withheld, and while people
will "marry and be gls en In marriage, holy
days or holidays, stilt it is considered rather
the thing to marry early In Kastcr; so that,
what with projected weddings, parties and din
ners, all arc busy, one-half of the world furn
ishing belongings for the other half.
San Francisco has now nothing to comphin
of. Kain enough has fallen to assure crops
throughthecountry, which means plenty of ord
ers from Interior merchants, real estate chang
ing hands at prices to suit bucrs and sellers,
homes going up everywhere and none to rent,
and hotels full. The business outlook is alto
gether satisfactory. It is true that money con
tinues to command high Interest, though with
a dlsusilion to weaken. Hut, if New York
merchants have to pay 14 per cent )cr annum,
we must not expect to get any here for less
than 8 or 10. In fact, some considerable ship
ments hisc been made Last on account of high
Our "boss" corporation, the Central Pacific
Railroad Company, is about to hasc a bank for
its own use, probably; inasmuch as Charles
Crocker, William Crocker and it. W. Wool
worth; now President of the l'irst National
Gold Hank, are to open a bank on Pine
street, opposite the Stock Exchange, with a
capital variously stated at from one to ten mil
Henry Villard, the coming railroad man, is
said to have in icw the purchase of the nar
row gauge railroad now in operation from
Alameda to Santa Cruz, extending the same
north to connect with the Northern Pacific,
south to the Atlantic & Pacific and thence
cast. It looks as though the center of railroad
conflict was to be through the South and there
was some foundation for the rumor that the
Central Pacific was selling out stock in the
Northern route via Ogden, placing earnings in
Southern Pacific and letting the United States
take the upper route by default. At least
that's the talk now on the street.
Talking of corporations, n new enterprise is
now on paper, nothing less than sweetening
rancid butter by a process which is but little
more than placing the article In hot water and
charging the whole with electricity, when in
stantly the before useless stuff becomes as
sweet and palatable as when first manufactured,
and as tit for the table. So confident arc the
projectors of grand success that the stock has
been immediately taken: so there may be
"millions in it" or "to get."
The new cable road on Market street is be
ing pushed with great vigor; gangs of men
as thick as tilackbcrric wotk not only all day
ami night but Sundays as well. As the land
from Ilattcry street down is "made" ground,
the whole length to the ferry has to be piled.
For this purpose a pile-driscr is arranged on a
set of car wheels, and to the enlivening strains
of the emphatic bang the car horses dance and
the crowds gate as though the sight were not
an ever) day occurrence.
Market ,trcet property still ads anccs. W. W,
Montague & Co., pioneers In the stose, iron
ware and plumbing line, and whose art rooms
of tiles, mantels and brass-work are well worth
a tlsil, will soon take their stand on Market
street, opposite Kront. J. C, Flood and others
of the bonanza firm have insetted nearly a mil
Hon, and Intend putting as much more, into
improvements on the corner of Fourth and
If opposition is the life of trade, your people
should be sated, for if the P. M. S. S. Co.
give you two steamers a month, the Oceanic
furnish the Mtrioia and Alamtifa, and the
Chinese direct line by agency of Coodall,
Perkins & Co,, take regular trip sour way,
ou ought to be satisfied that you arc not en
tltcly neglected, The Oceanic steamship line
evidently mean business If the AfarifuJt
model Is any Indication, as the best points of
both American and English steamers now
running to your port have been adopted. The
rearrangement of the company office on Market
street U In keeping with the "SprcckcU en
ergy," and will lie of grot convenience to
those having business with the firm.
A word about the S-tunlajr Jieit' If I ex.
pressed my own personal opinion solely, I
should not expect It to'carrv much weight; but
then tt is the unanimous opinion, among those
with whom I have talked concerning Island
topics, that )our couise U the only proper one
and that you ileitis e to succeed for your manly
and outspoken way of dealing with the Ha
waiian (jOtetnmciU't follies, frivolities and
lapse of duty, I admire the sentiment of )Our
editorial of March 17th; and trust you will
have alt needed moral and financial support to
"figlU it out on that line as Grant did," and if
possible "out Grant old Grant."
Extracts from the IsUnd paper ate attract
lag attention. Mr. Serena lluhop In his letter
lo the Bullitt doe not, to my Idea, put the
leprosy matter In a satisfactory light. lie
atwats rather to brg the question. When the
dupoakkm is to g4 to the bottom tacts, he
aardly doe more than straddle the fence. Per
aaaa h did not expect his communication to
W puhtiihad without comment. It would not
to (W tkc BulUtiu to say pro 01 coa on the
wkjasx fat ( of ike CkniU, but then the
Kinley to play off ngiinst the letter of Rev.
Island people come and go, and meeting so
many keeps one posted as to all your matters.
The family of Hon. S. G, Wilder, as learned
from private correspondence, are to return In
May ; and it tt sincerely to be hoped they will
find the energetic head of the family In his
accustomed health, though a rumor traced to
iSiitt passenger reports him attacked with
serious illness Just before the steamer's depart
ure. Young Hackfeld promenades California
street as though "native and to the manner
lrn ;" while Lowrey and Robinson are fre
quently within hailing distance of the writer.
Your volcano has again a rival Etna has
commenced "erupting." As It costs more to
visit Sicily than Hawaii, of course the average
traveler will take the more expensive trip.
Perhips the eruption of the Old World vol-
cano has induced the shocks of earthquake
which visited us this morning at 80 clock,
much to the chagrin of nervous people and
invalids. No Ironcs seem to lie broken though;
and "it was really no great shakes of a quake,
Have vou seen Gray, John S. Gray, who
has just defaulted from Frisco with from fifty
to a hundred thousand dollars ? Expert ac
countants are daily turning up differences in
this retiring secretary's accounts. What first
.appeared a clerical error of perhaps five thou
sand dollars now foots up fifty one thousand,
and the end is not vet. As the gentleman
stands six foot four, he will have difficult) In
keeping out of sight. Many think he has taken
the route towards Honolulu others believe
him still here.
Our city finances do not Improve, our streets
are dark as Krcbus, nights, and the merry
song of the girrotcr Is heard after he has em
braced one affectionately and taken all one's
tangible belongings' Hut what will the Inno
sent footpad do for a living if the electric light
illumines all the city as It now ilocs many
places? Certainly as a street light the gas
' cannot hold a candle lo it." This depriva
tion of lighted streets has forced more thin one
man to forego his club or his " business ap
pointment" down town. AliOLl'llUS.
San Francisco, March Jl, iSSj.
latk yotiKtas xtf-irs,
Secretary of the Treasury Folecr is scri'
The "Star Route" trial still drags it weary
The new tariff regulations in the United
States increase the duty on steel wire.
The Arizona Apaches are on the warpath
again, ami have killed several settlers.
There has been a smallpox epidemic in Min
nesota, now happily under complete control.
There has liccn an increase of salaries of
iiosiimstcrs in the United States, all along the
Work is to be prosecuted on the Portage,
Washburnc and Northwestern Kailwav. in
The New York Timer says the new tariff
law in the United States is only a step towards
Genial John McCullough, the actor of whom
San Francisco is proudest, has"bcen ill, but is
A recent telephone test in the United States
resulted in distinct conversation, heard a dis
tance of 750 miles.
The Texas cowboys are on a strike and
trouble is feared. The Trenton, N. J., iron
workers are also on a strike.
A "Federal Marriage Law" has been pro
posed, in order to equalize the marriage and
divorce laws of the several United States.
Money has been oflered to O'Donovan Rossa,
the Irish Socialist of New York, for "blowing
up the Parliament buildings in London." The
money was declined,
A number of German capitalists have pur
chased a million acre land grant in Mexico.
A report that Prince liismark is connected with
the scheme is denied.
Mrs. William II. Vandcrbilt announced a
fancy dress ball. Some of the New York So
cialists threatened to throw bombs through the
windows; but did not.
The " Anti Monoply Party in many states,
including California, has issued calls for dis
trict conventions to formulate some plan for
action. The Republicans and Democrats are
A two-months old Jersey heifer calf was re
cently sold at Kamsey, N. J., for $12,500, and
the trotting stallion Jerome Eddy, ith a
record of 2116, recently sold'at Uuffalo, N. V.,
The national bankinc system of the United
States will receive an impetus if the new rule
prevail that none of them shall in the future
be required to pay any tax except a " tax on
Reports continue lo arrive from all sections
01 rsova scoua regarding the tlamage to prop
erty by the freshets. While the losses will not
reach a very large amount, the aggregate of the
damage will be most serious. In nearly every
county the bridges have been swept away.
Washouts are reported and great damage has
uvcu uoiic iu itiiccb, suiaii uriugcs, etc.
The New York Timtt, noticing the appoint
ment by Secretary' Teller of Mrs. Helen Hunt
Jackson, special agent lo investigate California
Indian land titles, sayst "It is an unprecedented
thing, but there is propriety in it. In the phil
anthropic work of ascertaining the equitable
rights of these poor people, dispossessed of their
ancient holdings, Mrs. Jackson will have the
good-will of all honest people."
It is reported- that the new road from St.
Louis to San Francisco via the St. Louis and
San FrancUco to Halstcad, Kan., the Atchi
son, Toixka and Santa Fe to Albuquerque,
New Mexico, the Atlantic and Pacific to the
Needles, on the Colorado river, and the Ari
zona and Southern Pacific to San Francisco,
is expected to be In complete 0ratlon by May
1st. The line will be three hundred mile
shorter than the present one via Dcming, and
promises t berjume very popular in all seasons
of the )ear.
Commissioners, from the several little Stain
of Central America have under consideration
the terms of a projected federation of their
Uov emments. The New York S,i say r "The
scheme of a. Central American union is old.
In lad, should the present movement succeed,
it may properly be described as a revival of the
former confederation. There ought to be no
great difficulty in bringing about a necessary
agreement uiion all the questions at issue.
It ought to be easy lor the States to establish
a union upon terms that are honest, fair and
directed to common Internt. Let Central
America lie united.
The Coast and Geodetic Survey steamer
IIUU ha returned to New York with the dis
tinction of having made the deepest sounding
ever before made in the Atlantic Ocean. On
the 10th of January in latitude 19' 41' north,
66 24 west, about 105 mile northwest of St.
Thomas, the lead did not touch bottom until
45,61 fathoms of the line had been paid out.
The greatest depth heretofore found in the
Atlantic has leen 3262 fathoms. The location
of this sounding was close to that of the present
one, and wa made by the CMalltttr, which,
sent out by the Royal Society of England,
made sounding in the Atlantic between the
vcirs 1872 and 1876.
There was recently a report In Washington
that the lliitish Minister resident had received
Instructions from the London Foreign Office
dircctloj inquiry Into the incendiary nttcrance
ot irtsb. rvationaiuu In America. Apropos of
-...v.. w"""" nm-auj 01 state uavi sail
if there had been any communication received
from the llritish government. It would not be
proper matter to discus witji the public. 'It
was. no doubt, very anaoyins to the Eiwlkh
government and people to reel that men an
ruuiwrcu in anoint country, and to aome ex
tent encouraged in their ayupavtaie with and
indirect aid to aaaatiin and dvssaawke nkstixa.
who are giving them 10 muck trouble; but thu
government can deal only with facts, and act
under the law at they Mand unon out saaiuta
book. Much more Importance a attached in
mbm cowKna to lanmioaai nturt and ni
moo inilMinail la our napat than v gust to
them MS. TaWV do aVX J ... 1 7kn-J
'ASTLE ft COOKE,
lloiouit., II !
Would call attention to their Large and
vsrled Stock of
Coo lining of the unrivalled Paris Steel
The M.line Sieel BreaVeri, and Furrowing Plo, Mo-
tin Steel rol all sues rianet, jr , (.mil.
vatou, Lhrt Scriptn ,
John Daara'a Gang Plowa,
Planters' Hots of the Lest makes,
DISSTONS' CELF.IIRATED CANE KNIVES
made lo order. Ames' Shovels and Spades,
rucn uuva. wiiui m
I (own, Yokes, Chain 1, rence
Sugar Mill Requirement.
SUGAR BADS, SUGAR KEGS,
SprrmOil, Cylinder. Unl
and Kerosene Oil. Perfect
Lubricatori, I'lumliago, Al
bany Greatc. Uttston's and
S. and J. rilei, all Mies and
kinds Steam Packing, Mat
and Round India Kublr,
Atttitoi and Soap Stone,
tUx Packing, India Rub
ber How, X to s inch. Pipe
and Coupling, Nuts and
WAMiers, nmsneu, Aiacninc
llolts, all si Cold pressed
UUck smith's. Knsincer'i and
Carpenter'. Hammers, Pipe
uuiiers, vincnes, s men 10
94 inch. Anvils, Vices, Tube
Scrapers Grindstones, HeU
American liar Iron and Toot
hteel. BaiMer' Hardware,
all kinds and Myles. Hub
buck's Paints and Oils, raw
and boiled. Small Paints tu
Oil, in urge variety. Dry
Paints, Umber, Venetian,
Ked, Ochres, Metallic. &c.
Whiting, German Window
ass td sixes, Manila Rope
No. 1 and a Flour No. 1 and a Rice,
Crushed Surar, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon. Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory,
Pure English Spices. Condensed Milk,
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES :-The J'al
nrr KrroKrne Oil, lleatoM'j f"Vn
Irlfugnl r.lnlnu'i 14 Inch, Jtuhber
.Vprtnq nwl Caurat Hratte Just at
hand.Blake Steam Pump Valves, Pack
injr. c., Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irritating- A Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals 'Complete,
ALSO ON CONSIGNMENT
, Potatoes, Barrels
Salmon. If ami. At Lett 0. Mixture for Boilers
and bteara Pipes, very cheap. Fence Wire
and Staples, Gaivanued Roofing,
Wilcox and Gilb'i Automatic; Singer Manufacturing
Company, Assorted: Remington Company. Family;
Wilson Machines, the best assortment to be found,
and at Bottom Prices.
New GoocU by every arrival from BngUod, New
York and San FrancUco.
1 Nov Traction Eaglaaa 8-korM powar.
Orders from the other Islands filled at Best Rates and
J. E. W HEM AM,
Ileal Estate Broker imI Qenentl
No. 1; MshciiantStkht., Hcmoiuui, II, I,
1 have now uviral neat HOUSES and COTTAGES
to let in various parts of Honolulu and suburbs. Also,
some good Building Lou and property to sell.
KuriovuaKT Found run those SaaxiNQ Vobk.
1 ah raa.AUD to ruamsii
MONEY AT ARY TIMX
on riasT-ciAss skcubitv.
Ugal Fafiri tf all Dttcrifliam Drawn,
Engraving and Penmanship Tastefully Dmw. Custom
isoum ajurun ana corrtsponatne. attaaucu la
AOENT FOR THE BEST
Fir mmk Lifts lassnmnjao OssmmsjIssi
IN THE WORLD
IliUa ColltctaJ ! Dookl and Accounts Km Ofttn
of .vary buutxta naluit tram lh othar Islands still
rattt Sfitn Dromptucsa,
TaumsOMB, i;t, , .P.O. Bos, jij
HB BVILS OP PAINTING
" It has lam aatJ sriib much truth, loo, that aouw
palailna; might, sruk study and acqulnaMiit of taala.
vwun. u reus .a a ue.ni an. f avawrir jrMMfc
Beli.rinx lb. abor. 10 U lru. A. B. KEAR Kaaaow
rorganlafti kia sysum J wwUb- iJm buaioasa la
Hooowu. lalha till uLac.h. kaa aacimd tha tatvicM
of that nkbraud aitiai, Mr. Max Kohm. farsMrtr of
Saa PrAnciw kjM mk Im I ka tin r
pfaias aaval DifrmtU awr Tafia,
Fimcoing, ate. la up to Ik. pnaam liatt aaiaramji
aad, oo Urn UasJa, hat nan Uao iiilij for
HouPattaiag-joU, tmiim asaskaaka olyialU
l rWssn, patroaa can tWpaal stsjaa aty fuMagiig
n vrjm oa Ik. aaats sciautafc kiaia aoa la Uw
SIGNPA1NTINO AND LETTtRIKO
Dafautaaaat will U pwaaanenlly
Gauaca Sraarssnaa ttssnlm e
prsMaWd cm tsjr Mr.
ia aini aiaitiiisry).
'; SSaa far shsicaa ofaatce far aasSaa aad
JJJsWyo-jkia, aw, m. 4 m saaaalf
-wmum- nun am.
BREWER & COMPANY
orrcR IOR SALK
The following lots of rrtmhnlt.e Inst laoJed from
Boston, In ttctllenl order,
Est. Asntiricavn Bark Amy Tnraar t
NEW AND SVI.ISII
nUOOlEH AXl) PltAKTOSS,
Yellow Sheathing Metal, 16 and jioi;
Ash Plank, assorted tires;
Oak Plank, assorted sites;
Atso, to arrive per St ill man II, Allen :
DUMP HARROWS, JacobV Talent.
Ax Handle anil Vick Handles.
Kcroiene Oil, "Dectric" brand.
Cottage Furniture, In painted seM.
Oak t.umlwr. I, 2, U 2it 3 and 4-In.
Oars, 16, 17 and 18 ft. ,
Yellow Metal Nails, J and xi in.
Yellow Metal Shearing, 18, 20 and 22 ou
Covered Duckets, '
Manila Ropt assorted sires.
Dairy Salt, in barrel.
Pin Barrssl Shook and Heads
Pine Keg Shooks and Heads.
Cider Vinegar, In barrels.
Extract of I emon.
Kxtracl of Almond.
Kx tracts, assorted
1; Caiksand llhds Crockery, Glassware, Lamp,
46 Cases Crockery, Glassware and Lamps.
45 Ilarrels Crocker), Glassware and Lamps.
Light and Heav Hand Carts.
I JCnowlW Stam Pumps, varions alse.
IXEIVED THIS DAY,
Ex stcamei Sues,
Salmon, in 'A barrels,
:llics, in kitts,
Hands Mess Deer,
Barrels P. M. I'ork,
Pig Pork, in barrels.
BUTTER Inkecaauid kltta
Butter, in glass jars,
An assortment of Case Goods,
Cases Jams and Jellies,
Cases Dried Apples,
TURKEY ssmd TONGUE
Cases Dried Beef,
Cases Soda Crackers,
Coses Saloon Pilot Bread,
Cases Cocoanut Taffy Cokes,
Cases Palace Mixed Biscuits,
Coses Oatmeal, in lo-tti bags,
Coses Cornmcal, in 10 lt bags,
Cases Split Peas,
ONIONS. In cues
Cases and bags Red Potatoes,
Bags Ked Beans,
Bags White Beans,
Ooldaa Oat Roller Flour.
Cotton Duck, Nos. s to to,
Cotton Kaven Duck, Nos. 8, lo, la.
rOK SALK BY
gurrn Slrret. Honolulu
J. WILLIAMS & Co.,
I la vine purchased the Photograph Gallery of Mr. M
Dickson, will continue the busmen at thi old stand.
My INCREASED FACILITIES and cm
ploying FIRST-CLASS ARUSTS, we
shalfendeavor to maintain, the prestige,
of th old and popular Gallery,
and to ment a liberal patron .
age by fair dealing and
GIVEN TO CHILDREN,
W. ar. prepared to do all kinds of work from Minta
tur. to lif. aire cither in
COLORED, &c, Ac
Th. only Gallery lo Honolulu, which Has a couplet.
In addition to Ihoac purchased of Mr, Dkkson, w.
ha, th. enllr. collection of VIEWS and Portrait
Negative mad. by Mr, Oiase, thus'enabtuux
us lo offer th. greauat variety In twws.
TOWN, PLANTATION .
AND LAVA (LOW VIEWS
Also, a supply of Hawaiian and South Sea Island cur
toanUs, fcrn. Shells, ftc. A An. stock of rames,
Mats, and Pasaepartouta coniumly ci hand.
(.Itaitrr. MtannUe sihiI ((aeir(f.N
Ci-siiwauU. J. WiialijM&Co.
f 1-o.r Numbers toa and 104 Port StiMt.
"SITE HAVE CONSTANTLY
ox uaD LAica cft'AvriTiu or
Hay and Gfialu
Of all kinds, which we offer la purchasers at
TUB LOWaT MARBLBT RATm.
Our stock la rtnaawi by , anlval frost lb. coaM.
AT ANY TIMK.
OINIRAL AGENTS JOK
TU Aik Mttmtl Lift tniunmt C. of Cot.,
rsf ajMiaf fHtttHH0H MfMtttfiMft Ct 4jf frs
T JUtfttataasSr 7aStfsSalataSSat tkd ldmAU .!.. mJ
f m Jul " f f SjSjasiaiaj mm aMA
mmwW Psw aapsja
VAIaTS st e,
Ily She Skti ami Fntrin n.hare tfc.irfj LAKOE
AUDI! IONS la our stock of
FURNITURE IN EVERY LINE !
And we are scllinf
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
We also MANUFACTURE to orJ.r
(of every kind )
Lounges and Bed Lounges
made to order.
Purchaieri can hare tirtr cholre of
COVERINGS IN SILK OK PLAIN REPP
E. P. ADAMS, Agent.
Telephone No 7a.
CHAM. J. FIBHEL,
rnnwr aht riohbbt goods
m rum jammaomx
HACKFELD A Co.,
OFFER FOR SALK
WrOICBS OF EH GOODS.
Jnst received per Kali and hUwft
Consisting In part of at follows I
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS,
Denims, Brown and While Cottons, Drills, Tick
ings, Turkey Red, Merinos-black and
colored, 4 qualities, Repps, Alpacas,
Cobourgs, Italian Cloth and
Black, Gros-g-raln, Fancy, Colored and Striped.
Barege, Crepe, &c,
Men' Furnifhliiff Uoodn,
Shtrts, Woolen, Mixed, Calico, Hickory, Denim
etc., Merino and Cotton Uudershlrts, White
Bosom Shirts, Socks ft Stockings, Gloves
Handkerchiefs, Foulards, a large In.
voice of CLOTHING consisting
of Fine Black Cloth Coats and
Pants, Buckskin Sacks,
Pants and Suits, Felt,
Sacks Si Pants,
Boy's Shirts, and
Children's Jackets, I.
R. Coats ft Lea-tinn. Mon
key and Sailor Jackets, Carpet
Slippers, Silk and I
cr and TraTeuinsr
Shawli. Cotton and Turkish Towels.
White and Fancy Quilts, Pelt Rugs and Brus
sels Carpeting, Silk and Velret Ribbons, Threads,
White and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sixes.
Scarlet, Orange, White Woolen and a points,
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, Pants, Dresses,
Genuine Eau de Cologne. Luhin's Ex
tracts, Toilet Soaps, I'hifocome. Hair
Oil, ComU, Looking Glasses, 1'ipes. I.
R. Halls, Harmonicas, Itlank 1 looks,
Gold Leif, Jewelry, Gotd Watches,
Tape, Elastic, Scarfs, Albums,
Extension, Arm, Dining room
and Parlor Cliairs,
HtuUtlra, Calfuktnn, Olrtm, Stirrup Leather,
IIemp& I. R. Packing, Coalllaskets,
CRATES OP ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing Tlates, Cups Teapots, Bowls, Chambers,
lJishes and Makers, IJemnolins 3 and i
Jemiiohns 1 and
is. Sample Rottles, Vases and Glassware, Mai
id 1 aired Rope, Coal Uags, Gunnies, Twine.
)s, Wool pack and 1 willed Sacking, Linen H
Burlaps, Wool pack a
SUGAR AND RICE BAGS,
of all sizes and qualities.
Sardines In half and quarter boxea.
Salt In Jars, Castor Oil In tins. Matches,
Cocoanut Oil, Wash Blue. H. White Lead,
Stearlne Candles, 4, s, and 6, H. P. Biscuit,
Hubbuck's Linseed Paint OU, White Zinc Paint,
Germ an nnd Havana Cigars,
Plated ware Spoons, Forks, Cruets, Tea
sets. Cups Napkin Rings, Salsers, etc.,
Pocket and Dutcher Knives, Scissors, Sheep Shears,
Needles, Spoons, r ilea. Spurs, Galvanized Basins,
Hoop Iron, Keg Rivets. Hammers, Yelkm
Metal and Coinoosition Nails. Clanfiers
uaDout Aletai, sugar uooiera, iron
Fire (nay, Blackamlth Coal. Fire Bricks, TUea,
Empty Barrels, Oak Boats, ac
Oidera from the other Islands carefully attended to
II. Uatkftia Co.
Neat door to Hackfeld & Co,s.
Honolulu, H. I.,
Of the Hawaiian Islands. All kinds of Repairing and
Vt heel making executed on the most scientific prtn
ciples. At this 'establishment horses are
In the Blacksmiths1 department all work will be turned
out in the future, as in the past, by first-class
not confine our attention to Carriage and
We do not confine our attention to Carriage and Uuggy
making exclusively. Orders for any kind of a
making exclusively. Urders tor any kind 01 a
wheeled vehicle received and promptly executed.
Our Usual Supply of rwtuirrments for th. Trad..
Orders from th. osner Islands will receive our ttl at.
TTONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
No. 10. Fort Stmt, Honolulu, II. I.,
Millinery and Dressmaking
Connected with th. prvmlscs.
lof-tf A, M. M ELLIS. Protrlelor,
HOPP Co., 7 Kb,; strasst,
Imftrttri mmd Mnnfctitrtr 9
XVaT sUassrtsatlaas af .Taumltsuss.
To th Ladiss: Trlnurunrs. Tass.1, Chnpa, Silk
Cord-ln every shad-Parlor Sats rotuaM,
covered, polishl and rbau. wjual to
new, MattrMsM r. nad. and
cleaned at short
W. ar aoUd.for lrsttlaas work aad asadarata
II. J, NOLTE, PROPRIETOR,
B(S to announc. to his frUnda and th. poUic In g
.ral that h. has opeoad th. abov. balooa srtwr.
Frosa a. si., liO 10 r. is4
taj a pmeaal salsttl ia feasa arsxlaa. ssaaa
taWatsl sVeet lassB W Massft
Ossf of fciaanvka tt liiti'i vssssssiatarl
No. 109 King street,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
etc, etc, tic,
a large stock or which Is constantly on hand, enabling
me, on short notice, to finish cottages and
buildings of every description, in a
thorough and worVmanhVe
Jotting of all kind promptly dona,
and at low prices.
DND AND SCROLL SAWING
at alt times.
Machine work of all klnda.
JACK SCREWS AND ROLLKKS KEPT ON
With competent worVmen, the promp and fathful eve
cut ion of all orders entrusted to me, 1 hop 10
merit and rtceWe a fair share of the
Remember the place, No. 109 King street, opposite
C K. Bishop's residence.
Telephone it a. HJ)
1LDER ft CO.
Importers and Dealers in
And Building Mtrtal
of all kinds, just received, ex late arrivals, severa
large and well selected cargoes of
comprising all the usual stock sires
In Scantling-, Timber,
Planks and Boards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scantling, Plane surface and rough Boards
faced and rough Battens, Pickets, Rustic,
Lattice and Clapboards,
BOORS, BASH AND BUNDS,
All sizes, of Eastern and California make, and for
sale In quantities to suit, at low prices.
Also, tM SrrKsr,
TTlfcLlte Lest d.,
WHITE ZINC. PAINT OILS,
METALLIC AND OTHER .PAINTS,
GLASS AND SALT,
AMD WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fin. assortment of
ia latent at7.Ua.
AT LOWEST PRICES.
pNTERPRISB PLANING MILL.
11; FoT Stt, Honolulu, II. I,
C. J, Hardy aad H. P. Bert.lmann,
Contractors and Builders,
PUaJng, Shaplnf , Toraiac,
Band and Scroll Sawing-,
Doors, Saab, BlJsda, Door
and Window Framca,
Stain, made to order,
MOULDINGS AND FINISH,
All ixAu, filled on short notlu. and lobLlna nrosntalr
aitendnl to. Mouldlnf nad. to anr oattero without
.atracharj. for knives. Prlt. olMacWM srssrk,
lisstoai stpu aoar. soir
1W BBDFORO AND SAN FRANCISCO
Th.sad lo K lochea.
Also, HEMP CORDAGE of American and Russian
RUSSIA DOLT ROPE,
MANILA DOLT ROPE,
SEIZI NO, MARLI N, II0USL1 N,
All of hkh will be sold as low u ottnd by other
parties, In uuaraiiies desind.
is boi4.es a ca
S" BNOLINO ft C.
No. j NUUANU St., HONOLULU, M. .
Stoves and Ranges,
TtofCntW and SfcaM Iroa, SUM Lead aa4 Lead
IV.OalraAlaad Iron Km aad Flstiaaa, BraaaGood.
ssUraasUtrsrlww., Bha,CaMSa,Ua. Waah
ataoda. Marts, aad Faassstad Iroa, ia asadi aad tar
ttWf as) assa-saaassmSAA IBtaSa
F YOU WANT A' GOOD CLOCK,
U Wmt Warn m Crasasl
If Van Wat Ctofc at Watafc Hayilalat Pwm
EXTRACT VKOM THI OrtlCIAL MFORT
JUDGES IN HOROLOGY.
In enmfderatton of th facts deTflorml In this examin
ation, ami the reomIefanceof elements of tnher
ent and comnnrntlTe merit adjudged by the
judge, (each in Independent judgment1 H-s
(ng e,ual to 70 per cent mor than the
next highest ethlbit, they have
found it exreetlingly dmicult
to nuke such a dassifica
Hon In degree as will
OIVK F.VKN-1IANIKI) JUSTICE TO ALU
WB ADJLHr.n TO Till
AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY,
Massachusetts, U. S. A.
A fint -class award and such other sjteclal distinction
diplomi, medal, or award as Is consistent with the du
ties and obligations of the honorable Sydney Interna
tlonal Commission, for the largest and most complete
exhibit of horokigical instruments examined.
Thev ilsn nmrase. as the onlv meant bv which their
appreciation of the ments of the productions of this
company can 1 adequately or equitably recognlred by
ine commmee on judging ami Awarus, inas a separata
first-class award le gUen for the time keeping qualitlet
of all grades of these watches.
Also, a sennrate first-class award for the nerfecilon of
this ssttem of wsttchmakintT and the tin movements In
the mechanical parts of the watch, being notably In th
mainspring anu going itarrei, the patent saieiy
the nerfect rtilcifloiiUl form of all t
1 teeth of the train
In every grade of watch alike, and the Isochronal d
Just ment of the balance spring.
Also, a firt -class award for new mode of compensat
Also, a separate first-class award for the improve
ments in caes, the number of artistic forms and designs
used, the beauty and elegance of their finish, and for
their new and Indestructible method of enameling.
Also to Charles V, Woerd, mechanical superintend
ent American Watch Company, Waltham, Mass.
U. S. A.
The following Is the order of awards made by the
S)dney International Kthibition Commission to the
American Watch Company, of Waltham, Mass I
Gotd and Silver Watches Pint derrea of merit and
pedal mention t Gold Medal.
Timekeeping qualities of all grades of Watches PIfit
degree of merit.
Perfection In Sj item First degree of merit.
New mode of compensating balances Plrtt degree of
Improvements, finish and elegance of Cases Plrtt de
gree of merit.
Engraving, chasing and enameling of Watch Cases
First degree of merit and, special mention.
Claries M. Woerd, Mechanical Superintendent Plrtt
degree of merit, special.
the marks of Waltham Watches discovered within tiis
past set en months, palmed off on the public as genuine,
the public are hereby notified of the fact and cautioned
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
UTH. WENNER & Co.,
5 j Kokt Strikt, Honolulu, . I.,
ISAM u t AOTURINO JHWIIfiTiTSIS
iu carefully selected stock of
And Clocks, all kinds,
Gold Chains and Guards.
Stecre Buttons, Studs, ftc.
Ladies would do well to call and examine our stockrot
Uracelets, Uroochet, Lockets. Earrinn, MC,
which were cspedallv' aetected with a
view to suit the market.
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made to order, "
The repairing branch of our busin.es w. regard aa aa
roponans one, ami an jous enirusiea 10 us win
b executed in a manner second to none.
Of every description done to order. Particular attest
iionispaiuioortiersanujot) worn Irom tbeotber
Islands. While thanking the public for pass
favors, we return to hope that our long ex
perience In these (standi will enable us
to obtain a fair share of prtronage
In the future.
"0s4i7 Me and Btmatt i'rU."
Is our motto, and we shall keep in stock every article In
our line of business. )
lUTRS. THOMAS LACK,
Mo. 19 Tort Stroot, M alalia,
isiroaTax and Daaua in
l'urfa, Allarhmtnl; OU mmd Atttmrt.
ACKNT .ON TMK
Winn and the Licht.Rvnninq NkwIIom. Macaja.,
Howard's Machio. Nell, all kinds
Cortiotll's Silk, In all colors and slm I
narboura Linen Thread,
Uark's O. N. T. Machln. Cotton.
Mmt. Dtmorttft KiHakli Cut Faftr PUttrni
. . , ANU rU.LICATtONS,
Dealer In Ririait,
Ousts and SrorriNO Gaoca,
Shot, Powoaa, Can,
and MaTALLic Caarnagaa.
KMMOMKKM MTOTMM, im aw aataa.
SVelnf-Machln., Lock ami Oun-Ralrlag iwipsl
TJNION PBID COMPANY
hav. on hand aud for aaks,
MAT, OATS, BAM,
(whola or (round,)
and In fact .very lalac MrtaUin (a tW read
Ordmfromth. Uaada will have gar
All orders to U addressed,
UNION FEED CO.,
T.arshoM No. ijj.
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paint ma Mr m
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