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SATUKOAY, APRIL it, ii
Out InwtMtmn 1'itailf Wairen SlwhUnl !
a r pit at Hot y In the Apttl Orrrfami "Tl
Scliteni off St. AMcnr." li It tiUnic tlllt
1 I tttnc teatt It with nrtsth nojmnt, Ihe wilier
hope ll OrtrititJ I Milt is will give thtm
wist x Urnlnl vAMte liy ilolne; likewise.
Alfred A. heekt ha vtull mlt ami pie-
trntlotit stinty, each itcttunl to Wagner In lrt
tltamttrc astvert "An Oakland UtttMty In
Winter it an eritnUlntin; paper ti) llwilrt
O, Vale wlwh OTl' nl helpM In nil
"The Htn(vmrc I'anctlnn nf Vk " h lli
nwwt sttllltii: article In tlie IWuhr Stirrer
MenlUr let April. It InHlsil sentence h thhi
' 1'fli kkm IrvxmtabeV trass, uhkh the Km
at set rirn rvn hint of inwHin, Natme U
won.lftHl)r wwteftil In the matter 5nttlon.
She mate thotiMnH iiwtt she mtenns to
maVenenfonrM lit ewKhwkm km follow
"The prtvpssttkm of tail men k stewilily tllmi-
nithtnc became tod meet itle nonf. ami pnv
vacate fewer thn cn on." There are
twelte other article ami the wsl department.
Prrvft'iSheWonAtntw, MbtAralwIUll. Ilnck
ley, I)t. V. A. Ilamnwrxl tnl Dr. 1'elU 1.
OtwaM are among the contiibutor.
Tlie Atktntie, the CtnrHty ami lUrfert.
for April, twite tiether lhl month mating
an emluirawnient of literal)' ami piclml.il ildi
e. Henry lame Ixvim In the Alhnhi lift
lotig ptomlseM ttimlr sereton of the "Daisy
Miller" slot)-. Ml will I in three acts, the
first of the three being given entire in the
April numttr. "Pillow Smoothing Night
Cap" by OHer Wendell Holme, is an ap
petiring sttuly of Itnrtnna "Anatomy of me
lincholy" Klclunl Grant White iliscuwes the
"ShaVespeare-llicwn Crare" ami suggest
that a lunatic home be pmvMed for those who
Urate that Ilaccn wrote llanlet, Olltlt and
t.ttr. The CVfifHri" open with a portrait of
Kalph Wahlo Kmcrson, concerning whom
Edmund Clarence Slrtlman conttibulc a chnl
arly essay, Charlc noilfrey Inland write
Intrmtingly about Gjpsics, Ina vscll Illustrated
article. Uarfer't i out with a frontispiece
engraving of Uillbcit Stuart Newton' portrait
of Washington Irving. William Mack's
"Shandon llells" Is finlhcnl ami a charming
tale It Is. In the "Easy Chair," Mr. Curtis
toils through a tame and rather labored lie
feme of Mr. Ilowclls, whose recent buffeting
by the London QuMterljr A'men; by Jllatt
uand by the Sin Francisco II uf has leen
o keenly relished by the minority of Amerio
ant who Vnecl not at the shrine of the great
prophet of American commonplace.
The April tjffintctt ha a thoughtful ami
Instructive paper on "The German Element
In the United States," by IX V. Smally. "The
Climate Cure," by Frank I). V. Carpenter,
is worth reading. The other paper in the
number have less interest, at Inst superficially
In the AV4 American Xtvint' for April,
Rev. Dr. Theodore D. Woolvey and Judge
John A. Jameson unite in a brief symposium
to discuss " Divorce" "Canadian annexation
from the Canadian View, " meaning annexa
tion of Canada by the United States, is the
subject of a somewhat sensational article by
Dr. P. llender. Scnater John A. Logan, Rev.
Dr. Howard Crosby, and several other pro
minent public men have more or less timely
papers on more or less important topic.
Dainty Sf. tYitWas and not less dainty
H1Jt Anute cotuc hand in hand this month.
Two tripping household fairies arc they, bring
ing good gifts for all who have at once the
willingness and the opportunity to welcome
Ihero. We would that no doors might ever
be closed against their merry faces. Alack 1
grim Poverty and surly Sir III Taste shut many
a postern where they fain wtmld enter.
The former we forgive. The latter wc would
send to Fiji.
Ciatittn' Journal for March has much mis
cellaneous matter. A timely article of two
short paragraphs, by a "Government Analyst"
calls attention to the falsely o called " Tem
perance Beverage" consumed in England;
and rhink that " In the absence of healthy
non-alcoholic beverage designed to take
place of beer, etc ed the writer would strong
ly recommend the use of such drinks a milk,
tea, coffee, &c; and would respectfully draw
the attention of temperance reformer to the
comparatively small number of house where
these can be had. An increase in the number
of these houses would probably do much for
trse spread of temperance."
JOURNALISTIC AND LITERARY .NOTES.
Robert Clarke & Co., of Cincinnati, the
well-know publisher of valuable scientific
book, have recently issued a Manual and
Dictionary of Phonography, that embody not
only the general feature of the standard system
of the inventor, Isaac Pitman, of England,
but the well tested and accepted American
improvements of the last twenty-five years.
They have published an elaborate circular on
the subject of leaching the phonographic art
in the public schools, showing its value a a
philosophical tudy, as a mental drill, a a
manual aid to the student, and as a money,
The Ckiiutt Amtrian has recently ap
peared. It is the first Chinese newspaper
ever published in New York.
One of the teccn: volume of the "English
Men of Letter " series, is an interesting
ketch of Macaulay, by James C. Morrison.
The Crumbier, published by P. Pvne & Co
New Ytrk, announce itself as "a Journal for
everybody" and offer itself a "a medium
through which the puUic effectually may
ventilate its grievance.
"Hiawatha" ha been done into Greek
F. T, Hall haawriten, and Trubncr ACo.
of London have published, "The Pedigree of
the Devil- which treaUof "tlie modern or-
thodoa devil, of Christian belief," under the
fallowing bead. "Evil, Satan, Demons,
Devil, Divine Ancestor, Hell and it mon
xchs, Fire, Dragon and Salyi, and A1
T, G, Thrum has just published " IUilcyi
Hawaiian Ferns," which will be of use to
every fem collector and of interest to every
one who care for ferns in even the most
"The, Childishness and Brutality of the
Time" i the title of a New English book by
AWnony Trollope left an antobicraphy
u am vk cuucu ami isauea by bis son.
Ke&'s Shakespeare sale U no complete.
to the pUy( VnYft and 71 7tiv XtNt
Atmimtn betag the last volumes Issued.
Tk hat perw been an edition of Shakespeare
Ut hat vua so much appreciative praise alike
tree ttudeat, KhUr am general reader.
The Hon. Jamet G, Wake will shorty
pttwM) "iweaty Veart of Congiot, from
Ml to W. It it said thai the work will
be tMiodiiccd by "an elaborate etuy upon the
tit ami iairatdate cause of the civil war
1 the United State." It will also contain
of linseln, Sew aid, Douglas,
tsvunser. TW. Stcvtfet. Gar-
UU Md atwty others." Few American pub.
Ik mm hart deserted Ul of their hour than
" lUai of MW." Few bow Ihfeg are to
ll. . r,if . r y u t wlu her i at r v.rti ui
I.Vj and m.igjint', au nu itde.iialK, tcemi,
t hivt lakul a vvi.l. r.vii;i WrUlhtr ir no
Ibini'luhi originated the preuy link stabile
it will In of interest li lil readers to knuvv
that New mk, I'lill.viltlplit.v ami IWwtwi bvv-e
taken np the nibject. The Atfr' ll'ttklj
lt rrcently mtlte mt of roniimdeic
on this tea puthhly tfmpium topic. The
I'liiKiilelplita flwi yi
The vtry name principle apptte In rending.
A piHti wlm ihwt not take plcniure in dell
lietalely rnttlmt the leave of new mgarine,
k nn rrAiler. lie Is a mere drninier. He It
not nnlv Inmrwble of itmlerttndinc the true
intttlectnal en)iyintiri to le had In the act of
lewiwr, inn lie r in ton grmi nc rrwny in
iwhI willi profit, IheHragt wlmgttoi at a
magftrlne m tirnk ullh a lend encil, A Italr
pin, r I he dexter finger, leaving Jggt olge
to RMik their lrviitlttlng track, are rather
wvMt than tlmw wlm do not rut the leave at
all lint miel) it-aillnc eotle might mt In
t atkevi to wennee inetr MMKie ami pit-
hie ke ir eiiner ei oi ntimrMn.
rnr iwrirnwirv rnrtrr.
Few snbjeets Itave enme Mnn tliK ronntry,
rurlng tlie Wwt )r, InvoWtvgmore inteifttlng
and important questions ilwn tlul nf this
'edpipctty treat). It k Intimately connected
with tlie niprtmairyof tlie United State on
the Pdfi i Venn, ami the pitwpectlvc markets
fot mu pmliidive Industry In the pomlnut
eountiie ofAtia ami the ljvst Indie. Hut
the ctmimereial apect of the treaty neemeil to
attract the special attention of Congress. And
it it highly proper that c vltotild notice a
very lucid amiable review of the commercial
aspects of the treat), which wt presented to
the Ilnancia! CommHtctofllicScnalr.lnl'clini
ary last, by Mr. Frederick II. Allen, Hit Ha
wniian Majest) ' Charge d'Aftairb luinltn'm),
and son of the late lamented Elidia II. Allen,
Minister from Hawaii, He is n young man of
high promise and great merit, as the follow
ing extract from his argument before the com
mittee will fully show:
A the Island commerce is almost entirely
confined to this omntry, the llawaiians send
ing neatly nil their exits here and never
having bought In anyone )c.vr much more
than $l,tv,ooo woitli of good elsewhere,
and generally buying less, it seems clear that
were there A balance of trade of some two or
three millions a year in favor of the Islands
that the shipment of cold and silver to Hnwaii
must hav e been very heavy, ll is in this way
only, or ny giving tnc isiamicr mils ot ex
change on other countries for goods bought
there, that the United State could nay their
Indebtedness. What as a matter of fact ha
Wen the movement of gold and silver to
I ilnt ffgvJJ an J jitvr rein an J iullicn im
vrfcit anJ t.TerttJ since mitj:
ifN . IHV
tMl . x,Ms
Itts .. io.499
Hut turn account for the fact that in the
fiscal year I SSi (taking the year in which the
balance of trade against this country is appar
ently the largest) Hawaii sent the United
State $7,621,690 worth of her products, anil
the United State returned $3,272,172 in
goods, 5,102,499 of coin, and less tlmn$!,oco,
000 of bills of exchange on foreign countries?
If these were all the figures it certainly would
not be matter for complaint that Americans
should buy for alwut $4,450,000 worth of
mcrcnanuisc, com and bills ot exchange, goods
vaiucxi at 57,021,000. .o trader or merchant
would object to exchanging something worth
4 ror something worth 57. t
Wc must no below the surface to explain
this apparent discrepancy, and here three.
points are to be noted of ureal importance:
I. That the treaty has opened a field for
tnc prontaotc investment ot American capital.
II. That a large amount of American
money has lieen loaned in Hawaii.
III. That all the carrvinrr trade, commis
sion business, insurance, etc., is done by Ameri
The returns of these investments, the interest
on these loans, and the sums necessary to
liquidate them, and whatever is paid fur
freight, commissions, etc., are paid by rice,
sugar, etc., shipped to San Francisco. The
price they bnrm appears in the import tables.
and swells what is called the exaggerated
balance of trade in favor of Hawaii; but the
money cot from their sale is paid into the
hands of the people of California, Ikbton and
New York, who have invested, loaned, or are
running ships there, and is used by them and
not by Hanaiians. That is to say, $4,231,.
673 worth of sugar, rice, etc., the difference
bctw ecn the value of our exports (coin and
merchandise) and that of the Hawaiian im-
Corts, was paid to Americans or expended in
ills of exchange on London, Paris, or Austra
lia. The amount of bills so bounht was. in
i&2, about $o;S.ooo. (beinc the amount naid
for goods bought in countries other than the
United Staes, for a nearly all Hawaiian pro
ducts are sent to America, llawaiians can only
pay this indebtedness elsewhere by bills of ex
change drawn upon foreign countries, and
lunAiuu inijiunanons irom countries otner
than America must give us the exact amount
of such bills). So that of the $7,621,690
worth of Hawaiian products something over
Si2S',67i must have gone into American
pockets, being the returns received upon their
investments, loans, shipping, agency and
other commercial business. For it can be
accounted for in no other way.
TROFITS OF AMERICAN'S IN TUB ISLAND BUSI
.NRSS. The profits of Americans in this Island busi
ness are very great. Estimate have been
made with care of the amount of capital in
vested in sugar plantations b Americans living
in the Slates of what has been loaned in Ha
waii and invested in shipping. These invest
ments amounted to about $15,000,000. Of
thu $3,200,000 is In ship and wharvc,
$3,300,000 in loans, and about $8,300,000 in
plantations. The average return on planta.
lion investments was, in 1SS2, I2 per cent.
ini wouw amount, on $6,500,000, to
5 1 1 060,000. The rate of interest on loans is
10 pet cent.; on ftooo.ooo, therefore, $330,
00a The price paid for commissions, freights,
insurance, handling of good in port, come to
about 16 percent, of the Invoice value of all
goods. This on the $1 1,000,000 w-rth of
export ami import handled in I0S2 would
amount to $1,760,000. The approximate cor
rectness of this last estimate can be shown in
another way. The returns on capital Invested
in the hipping business are about 20 per cent.
On 4? nrt rw ,1. ....- . ..!. I I & ...
The commissions are 7H per cent. This on
$11,00,000 worth of export and imports
would be $823,000, which give $1,465,000
for commissions and freights, leaving $295,
000 for insurance, handlinn of roods in non.
etc. J a toul, therefore, of over $3.ooo,cooJ
iuiu mj.m- me reason lor me lact that the
import to this country exceed the exports to
Hawaii, at they must do to in order that Haw
aiians can pay their debts, and In order that
Americans can get returns on their capital.
The principle of the American trade with the
Islands U exactly the time at that sbon by
Eoqland 't trade with foreign countries, Eng
land' imports every year greatly exceed het
exports, 1 believe generally to the amount of
over Zloo,ooo,oo The reason is that the
doe the earning trade of the world and hat
immense amounts of capital invested abroad.
At American do the Hawaiian carrying trade,
and have Invested there largely, imports to
America mutt exceed extorts, or else HawaJ.
lans would lie running into debt and Ameri
can! making no profits on their Imtinest,
r c.vriTA co.NU'MrTioN ok Karonn 1 kom
UNITED STATM BV HAWAIIAN.
Hut if it still be objected that exports are
loo small, consider (or one moment ihevr
fjitj consumption of American exports by
Hawaiian. It UW timet that of any other
nation. ligUml stand. net on the list, the
Uritish province third,
i!'2tiM .. VH.t,M.. w
- ., .. .-. I,MVM
KaiurlaJ 10 tiruuh ruvuwei.
I lusfta tjae Latvia.
l-iu 10 Hawaiua IsUaJt,
v.. .. . '
-"jCs pw srajJSia , 41 44
Trstt U ottaklv not a bad showlnc?. Am,..
-T;.l.tt,Uiy lauroe, lao.,, "mtl" wooUU
These woundt heal Dl that ntm do give tbcsiv
tclv'c. 7tMir aJ CrtuiJJ.
rAILUNQHAM ft CO.,
DIUI.I K, IN
I'AINIS. 0114 trul v,knisiii:s,
ki:mi;.v: ami i.i'iiitimri.Mi ,.
The IfiriMl Mwrlmrnt f ' OWS, for all itine, la
t found (n list Itlinits.
llmi, Cuhlnlort, Hmm SlWt, Ox VuVit,
(U IV, Ot lluhK. 1'e.Mer Luiltrt,
Com an.! Itnmlnr Vllltt,
OnrsJffi nl OinAt llxmiw.
KKUOSI.Ni: Oil. STOVhS,
jjimt"!, Uumlelltrt and I.nl,m-ntwiiyWij
1111 iiiiiii(, lump,
INwrrfer. Sikh smt Oa
Howo'n Stnnilnrit Anirricnn Scnln
Foe all (mrrsweat
e- (Verim IVerter,
1 hunt rr.
Call and etAmine our
cniwlt. Our ilwlt I. MMn.
tlanily rtlfnWiil with lh litest and most mivtit
IntrnllAiu that tl
it ImtwMtlM In niim.Pla lli.m
xlllifn Hi Vc cf our aJtertixnient.
run iiti:st .soriu.rr,
Somelhliie lilch no on shouM be otthoul. Is one of ihe
MtKiieiaoCnlcil(ei rirei-Proof Sntm,
llonj Cases of Jee! Caov
c Head one testimonial out of mAny.
Rtrtrt tf Cemmiltet tf Fin tmimmnce A'r;r:
,l a meelinirof tlie Masuchimrts Mulusl Virc In.
ufanc Union, held at NtntasWet llrach, Ausust sd,
iSfll, samplrt of Uitesinanuractiired ly the MasrKso
Calcite Hre.lVnof Comiany were shown. An Iron
box, aliout two ft long and on f.iut deep and wide,
with lining Ihrrcfounhl of an InchttiicV. of Masneio
Caklle nultiial, was filled with various toruinenti,
irrenliacl.. and art of a card of locifer matches. It
was then placed Uon a bed of hot coals, and at least
four feet of dry, hard woo.1 piled upon ir. The Ipos was
Vej under extreme heat for an hour and n half. Not.
withstanding Ihe Iron coeer of Ihe tox was u ladly
warped thai the lining was In Immediate contact witn
the flames, on opening it the whole contents were found
In a perfect stale of preservation. A small bond and
nole rase, desirnedto be used inside of vaults ami-safes,
was subjected to the same degree of heat for half an
hour, and its contents were also found as free from any
appearance of fire or smote as whn placed therein.
II, C itlCRLOW,
ClIAA 11. Ct'MINCS
Of AS. A. HOWLANU,
Klijaii IIowk, r.,
Alpkxii K IUkdou'm,
Keprescntalne insurance ofneers.
AT THE 01.1) STAND. NU.Mnr.R 8 KAA
SHEET IRON WORKER,
PLUMMNG IN ALL ITS HRANCIIES.-
Artesian Well Pipe all sizes.
Stoves and Ranges
Uncle Sara, Medallion, Richmond, lip-top, Talace.
Flora, May, Contest, Grand Prbe, New Rival,
Opera, Derby, Wren, Dolly, Gypsy, Queen,
Pansy, Army Ranges, Magna Charta,
UucV, Superior, Magnet, Osceola, Ala.
t meda, Eclipse, Charter Oak,
Nimble, Inwood and
GALVANIZED IRON and COFrER BOILERS
FOR RANGES, GRANITE IRON WARE,
NICKEL PITTED AND PLAIN.
Galvanized iron water Pipe, all sizes, and
laid on at lowest rates, also cast iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
Horue rxirnUhlnt. Good, axil kind.
All sties and grades, Lift and Force Pumps. Cistern
Pump, Galrulied Iron, Sheet Copper and
Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Tin Plale,
Water Closets, Marble slabs
and bowls, enameled
CHANDELIERS. LAMPS AND LANTERNS
OAT Jr., ft Co.,
1 1 001.1. IV, ll. I.,
Would ule thu method of Informing the Inhabitants of
Honolulu, and the other islands that
incy nave ppened a
Stationery and New Depot la the New
Hawaiian uazette Block, No. as Mer
chant Street, where they arc prepared
Ink dull Mucilage,
In quarts, pints, half.pJnls, and cone.
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
Cap, ErtTelopea, PapeUrie. etc, etc?
Ordtrm laktH for ay prl4Uml r Metrtw
lftr that may tv ifeaJresf.
l"rosJ Ulcmioa will U gives W iJw UaXn.
slapen ta wUaAm uu u U lie h.r
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Ord,i;. ttUrSiaiost(ia aaj W04.W
r BREWER & COMPANV
OFFER FOR SAI.r.
'Hit Mlawtng lots nf merthandrs JSt landed from
Itoston, in c srellcnt order,
Ex, Anmrlonii Bark Amy Turner I
WAV AND SVLISII
itt;iaii:s xv nrjnroxs,
ellow .Shtaililng .Meial, 10 and it ni
Alh Plank, assotled sTrest
OaV 1'lanV, aisoited llifi)
Also, 10 arilte per Stlttman II, Allen I
DUMP HA KHOWS, Jacobs' IVilenl.
Ax Handles mid Pick Handles.
Kerosene Oil, "Klcctric" brand,
Cottage t'tiriilttiic, In painted tcts.
Oak Lumber, I, 3, l',i, 1)',, J and ,.Iti.
Oars, iG, 17 mid 18 ft.
Vcllow Metal .Nails, i; and t'jf fn.
Vcllow Mclol Shcatlnu, 18, jo and 12 m,
Manila Rope, assorted sires.
Dairy Salr.ln Urrelt.
Plus Bitrrel Shook nnd Head.
Pine Ke Shootts and Heads.
Cltler Vinegar, In barrets.
Extract of I.emon?
Kstract of V'anila.
Kxlract of Almond.
Extracts, assort ed
17 Casks and Hhds Crockery, Glassware, Lamps.
46 Cases Crockery, Glassware and Lamps.
4S Barrels Crockery, Glassware and tamps.
Light ami Heavy Hand Carts.
Knowlo' Steam Pumps, variovu lUe.
PALMER & THACHER,
AND DEALERS 1ST
Tottct Articles ami Fancy Good,
No. uj FORT STREET.
In anticipation of the public want of a Drug Store
conveniently located, where medicines can be procured
at all hours we hare opened a pharmacy in the Damon
Ulock, near Hotel street. We carry a lime assortment
of goods peculiar to our line, which we offer at
VERY LOW PRICES.
Oar Store 1 Kept Open Evening.
Our stock of Drugs and Chemicals is complete.
Our tine of Patent Medicines embrace all the popular
All the New Remedies,
. All the Old Reliable Remedies, i
WE HAVB TUB LAKCEST ASSOKTME.ST Or
in the Kinrrdom. met, a .
Hair liruihes. Tooth P-rushes, Nail, Cloth, Flesh
and Bath Brushes, Dressing Combs, Pocket Combs,
Fine and Back Combs, CosmMics, Pomades, Hair
Oils, Tooth Preparations, Cold Cream, Camphor
Ice. Perfumes. HandLerr-hicf l-!ctrrfs tVL.anj.a
Toilet Waters and Vinegars, Sachet Powders. Hand
MlrmK nfmit-'lisnsn v Ca Cn..ll.
Atomuen, Karors, Strops, Shaving Cups, Brushes
and Soap; Toilet Soaps of every kind.
Camclline. Dickev'a fiMne d IJ
I.loom. Haffan's Balm, touraud'a Oriental lY.im
Lubin's, Saunders, PoKom't Tetlow's, Calvert's,
and a hoyt of other Powders and Rogues, Bando
line, Beauty Spots, etc.nne large Bathing Sponges,
Sponge Baskets, etc
si iiavk the riNuT tor or
Ever brought to this Kingdom
Infant s Dressing Cases, Nursery Powder,
Prepared Fuller's Earth,
Puffs, rulT-lio.es, Castle Soap,
Rubber Tubing, Feeding Dottles,
Night Taitrs, Ridge's Food,
Talur'i Arrow Rout,
Soothing Syrup, etc.
the only coururrs- stock or
Speotaolaa a-atl Ey o-Olae
PaotsxjrsBUo CauralesU of all kUttav,
A LAKCK ASWatUENT Of
Such as Sapolio, FUrtio-Silicou, Silver Soap. Giant
and I'umoml Cement, Insect Powder, Hy
Paper, Ant IHiuon, Hat I'aste, M Rough ok
Kalsr iihoe Blacking tod Dresung, Hacking
llrushes. Dies, Iliunfrctanls, Toilet l'air. etc.
We make a
. smialivo I'LAVriui
of our on nuriufacture: Hot Water Bags, Hub.
U Cushions, Medsone Chcxs etc
0r D.lioia.a Satla Wttlar,
PAWM rtOM THK UHUST rOVNTAU,
Whkh urasa in il.ganc eserUngof the kind ever
brought so these Islands, ll inuuiable.
Ve manufactuni bODA VATER and GINOEK
AsLKa aikl havt thai aaTttfitTV tr irsmntiu Pa.ia... Is.l.
Cider. " "
tfj: IWliYKH UVH UUUUM
To any part ot lU tlty, and ship l the other Uluds.
Orttcrs bom Ihe couatnr silll nf.i, k..r..l ...u.,1.
tad be shipped proupsly. Solsdtuig the public Ml
rouge art sery respfctfuUy, "
PALMKK & THACHER.
Tui-triiok, No. i,,;,
QUNNV BAGS F0 SALE
H. MACiriLI OO.
'LAOS I FLAM 1 1
!- tevusj aiao, AWBRieANw. HAWAIIAN.
It the .fort and Kmtti w liaseterelved IMtflF,
FURNITURE IN EVERY LINE !
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
We also MANUFACfURi: to order
(of every kind.)
Lounges and Bed Lounges
made to order.
l'urchnter rnii Afire their choice of
COVERINGS IN SILK OR PLAIN REPP
E. P. ADAMS, Agent.
Telephone No. 7a.
CHAS. J. FUHEL,
nXMT AMD KIOXMT GOODS
IX TUB KIXSDOIf !
CHAS. J FtSHKL
ft IIACKFIlLt) A Co.,
OFFI'.R FOR SAI.F,
INV01CKS OF mill' GOODS.
Just received per AVi and Ithtl,
I 'nun It 1 1 KM I. X,
Consisting in part of at follow! 1
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF DRY OOOOS,
Denims, Drown and White Cottons, Drills, Tick.
Inge, Turkey Rett, Merinos-Mack and
totored, 4 qualities, Repps, Alpacas,
Cobourgs, Italian Cloth and
Hack, Gros-graln, Fancy, Colored and Striped.
Darege, Crepe, Ac,
Mrii'it I'll nihil I nn (IooiIm,
Shirts, Woolen, Mlied, Calico, Hickory, Denim)
en., iviciino ami v.011011 uuurrsniria, wiuie
llnsom Shirts, Socks A Stockings, G'oveij
Handkerchlrfi, Poulards, a large In.
voice of CLOTH INO consisting
of Finn lllack Cloth Coats and
I'antt, Uuckskln Sacks,
Pants and Suits, Pelt,
Sacks & Pants,
Doy's Shirts, and
Children's Jackets, I,
R, Coats ft Leggings, Mon.
key and Sailor Jackets, Carpet
Slippers, Silk and I. C. Umbrellas
anill'arasols, Fancy and Travelling
Shawls, Cotton and Turkish Towels,
White and Fanrv Oallte. Pelt Rura and Ilriis.
sell Carpeting, Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads,
White and Fanrv Blankets.
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sites,
Scarlet, Orange. White Woolen and points,
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, Fanti, Dreuei,
Genuine Hau tie Cologne. Lutm.'. K
tmctt. Toilet sSoat, T'hllocome, Hair
Oil, Combf, Looking Glaive, I'lf, I
It, Haiti, Harmonicas Manic lUxAt,
tloM Leaf, Jewelry, Gold Watche.
Tape, Elaitlc, Scarfi, Albumi.
Klenkion, Arm. Dining room and I'ailvr Chain,
SathUt, Cntfahtn, tltrthn, Stirrup faalhtr,
Hemp A I, K. Packinir, Coal Daiketi.
CRATES OP ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Cont amine Hates, Cun. Teapot, llowls, Chamber,
Rice IJMki and Haters, Demijohns 3 and 5
Gallom, Sample Hot tie. Vae and Clauware, Manila
and Tarred Koje, Coal Haes Gunniei, Twine,
Hurlapi, Wool jack and Twilled .Sacking, IJntn II o
SUGAR AND RICE BAGS,
4 of all sires and qualities.
Sardines In half and quarter boxes.
Salt In Jars. Castor Oil In tins. Matches,
Cocoanut OIL Wash Blue. H. White Lead,
Stearlne Candles, , 5, and 6. H. & P. Biscuit,
Hubuuck'i Linseed Paint Oil, White Zinc Paint,
German ami Havana Cigar,
Plated ware Spoons, Forks, Cruets, Tea
sets, Cups, Napkin Rings, Salvers, etc.,
Pocket and Butcher Knives, Scissors, Sheep Shearst
Needles, Spoons, Files, Sours, Galvanucd Basins,
Hoop Iron, Keg Kisets, Hammers, Yello
Metal and Composition Nails CUrificrs
Babbitt Metal, Sugar Coolers, Iron
Fire Clay, Blacksmith Coal, Fire Bricks, Tiles,
Empty Barrels, Oak Boats, &c.
Orders from the other Islands carefully attended to.
It. Uuthfttd X- Co.
Neat door to Hackfcld 8c CcV
Honolulu, II. I.,
Of the Hawaiian Itlandt. All kinds of Repairing and
Wheel making executed on the raou naentificpnn
riple. At this csuLlithment hortcs arc
In the CUckwnith department all work will be turned
out in me iiuurc, as in me past, by nru-cuu
We do not confine our attention to Carriage and Buggy
making esclusircly Orders for any kind of a
wheeled vehicle received and promptly ciecuted.
Our Usual Supply of requirements for the Trade.
Order! from the other Island! will receive our best at,
HOPP Co., 74 King street,
fmartrt mJ Manufacturers
Etwjt sUssoripttoJi of aTsarmltsar.
Tp Til LAriln:-TrimmWs, Tassels, GImpa, Silk
lord in every thadParlor bets restufltd,
covered, idithed and made iv)uai to
new, Mattresses re-made and
cleaned at short
Wt art noUd for sVrtt-cla work aad moderat
II. J. NOLTK, PROPRIETOR,
Begs to announce to hit fri-nj, and Ihe public In gen
eral that he has opened the above Saloon where
rom ) A. si., tOI 10 r. u
Cigars, Pipu and
Chosen by a personal hUciLw from arsKlass auuiu.
factuslta. hat been obtained ami will be
added from time to time.
On of UruaswU & Balke's celebrated
licuoctoad with live tsuUislusMat, wkere lovers of
IMi lU cue cao participate.
OK SALS I
TWO SECOND-HAND KXFRBWKS, ONE
SEATKD HASKKT CDT-UNDKK. ONE
EACH WAGON, ONE UNCLE
DAV, HOME AND
All Us aWn as k ami eagsv, ssatalf at asnl a atm'
No, loo King itrecl,
CONTRACTOn AND BUILDER,
etc., IC. etc.,
a large slock of which ll constantly on hand, enabling
me, on thtet notice, to nnlslt cottages ant
buddings of evety description. In a
thorough ami wotkmanlike
Jobblngj of rill Unite promiilljr ttono,
and at low pices.
HANI) AND aCROI.I. 8AWIN0
at ill limes.
Mrschlnn work nf nil Itintla.
JACK SCimvS ANII ROM.KRS KlilT ON
With comtietrnt workmen, the teomp and falkfu! est'
rutlon of all orders entrusicd 10 me, I hoj e to
merit an,l receive a fair share of the
Remember the place, No, loo King slrett, ttposle
, Bishop's residence.
AITILDHR A CO,
Importers arid Dealers In
And Building Mmt.rUl
of all fctmli, juvt received, ex late arrival, wrtra
larje arid well le.ectnl cargo of
comietsing all the usual stock sires
In Scantling, Timber,
PUnlcs and Boards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scantling, Plane surface? arid rouch Koardi ur
faced and rotiijh Italtent, 1'icketi, Kutvtlc,
Lattice and Clapboards,
BOORS, BASH AND BLINDS.
All iii-ei, of Eafttern and California male, and for
sale In quantities to suit, at low price.
Also, in Stock.
WHITE ZINC, PAINT OILS.
METALLIC ANII OTHER PAINTS,
OLASS AND SALT,
AMD WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fine assortment of
In Uttssrt style.
AT LOWEST PRICES.
ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL,
is; FoTSrKT, Hoi.ou.Lf, , I,
C. J, Hardy and H. P. Bertelmann,
Contractors and Builders,
Pianino;, Shaping, Turning,
Band and Scroll Sawing,
Door, Sash, Blinds, Door
and Window Frame,
Stain, made to order.
MOULDINGS AND FINISH,
Always 00 hand.
All orders fillxl on short notice, and Jobbing promptly
attended to. Moulding made to any pattern wuhout
citra charge for kaiees. Prk eTUachtM week,
$1 a to a per hour. ir
XTBW BEDFORD AND SAN FRANCISCO
6 Thread to K Inckea.
Alto, HEMP COKDACE of American and RussUa
RUSSIA HOLT MOPE, .
MANILA I10LT ROPE,
SEIZINlS, MARLIN, II0UJL1N,
All of which will U sold as low as csTered by other
parties. In qtunlUies desired.
I UOLLES k CO.
Q BNGLItfO ft CtK.
N NUUANU St., HONOLULU, II. I.
Stoves and Ranges
TU.tO.ppM and Sheet Iron, Sheet Uti and Lead
Pipe. CaleaabeJ Ina Hlpsi and fining. Brae Ooods
all slias, Arusian. Wei) arsd Irrlaatiag f1. TWut,
tul Tta aad lion ware, Baiaa. Uaeett, Ssaks.' Waatv
Sale at reaeosuUe rale.
F VOU WANT A GOOD CLOCK.
V rf Wtml m Ha4 Wmtak,
II Von Waa( CMk oc WaUk wUftit Ds
Go ta S
W. TVKNgH.., K, g. Km, tmm
-r moi, ,
MTfArr rsost tn nrrmtt neroar
JUDGES IN HOROLOGY.
InrMistderailonof the farta dessbif.! Inlhls etamln.
alkm, arnl 1 e prertridrsne of alementi of ialr.
M awl ivonsiiailsi Merit adjuda'etl by IM
JnJgee (rash in Independent )tflgmnl le
Ing e'pial to 74 per lent more tlian in
nest highest eihfbli. lUy hare
fonrnt it eereeilingly difhcsilt
to rnate sosh a dasstrVa
tlon In degree as wilt
oivp, i;vkn-handi: jusrici: 10 all
WK AllJt'lKlll M till
AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY,
Massachusetts, V S. A.
A firsKlasi award arnl inch Mher ipeclat dlsiiiKilon
diploma, nvMal. or awani as Is consistent with the rlu
lire ami obligations of Ihe lionoralJe t,dney Inttrna
ttonalCoinm.sslon, fur the largest and most complete
eahlbit of liorotoglcal instrument! eiarolned.
Ihey slso prntner, as the only means by which their
apjeeciaiton of the merit! of the production! of 1M1
company ran be adequately or equitably recognlred by
the committee on Jodcing and Awards, that a separate
nrsKlass award be given for Ihe time-keeping qualities
of all grades of these watches.
Alv, a separate firstIass award fer the rfectton ol
ll,! lstem of walcrnng am llie Improvement! I n
Ihe mechanical parti oflhe watch, Uing nolably In th e
mainspring and going barret, the patent safety pinion,
the rfecl clilcyloidal form of all Ihe teeth of tlie train ,
In every grade of watch alike, and the Isochronal ad
Justment of the lAlarxeprlng.
Also, a firstlaii award for new mode of compentat
Also, a separate first-class award for the Improve
mentl In case,, ih number of artistic forms and designs
used, the beauty and elegance of their finish, tand for
their new and indestructible method of enameling.
Also to Charlel W. Woerd, mechanical suiierlntend.
ent American Watch Company, Wallliam, Mass.
U. S. A.
Ihe following Is the order of awards maile by Ihe
Sydney International Fhibh!.,n Commission to the
American Watch Company, of Waltham, Man ;
Gold and Silver Welch.
First degree of merit and
special mention : Cold
Timekeeping qualities of all grades of Watches. First
degree 01 merit.
Perfection In Sytfem-Flrst degree of merit.
Kew mode of compensating balances First degree of
Improvements, UnUh and elegance of Cases First de
gree of merit.
Kngraving, chasing and enameling of Watch Cases
First decree of merit and special mention.
Charles M. Woerd, Mechanical Superintendent First
degree of merit, speclaL
jWThere being several worthless watches bearing
the marks of Waltham Watches discovered within the
past seven months, palmed off on the public as genuine,
Ihe public are hereby notified of the fact and cautioned
1 1 1 -if Agent for the I lawailan 1 stands.
XXTM. WENNER & Co.,
91 KotT Sranar, Honouitr, . I,,
Have reopened at the old stand with a new
and carefully selected stock of
And Clocks, all kinds,
Gold Chains and Guards,
Sleeve Buttons, Studs, etc
Ladies would do welt to call and examine oar stock of
llracelets. Drenches, Lockets, Earrings, etc,
which were especially selected wuh a
view to suit the market.
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
MaatJe to order
The reps-trine branch of our buiineu wt rrtf&rd as in
mportant one, and all jobs enirurted to us wilt
be executed lo a nurst? Hcond to nooe.
Of every description done to order. PuttcuUr stten
IkmiU paid to orders and job work from ttacttlW
Itundc. While thanUnjr the public for pail
farors, w return to hope that our Ion ei-
pentnee la these ltiandt will enable u
to obtain a fair lhare of prtrooaKe
In lite future.
"Quick Salt amt Smalt Proit
I our motto, and e UuUI leep Cn UocV every article In
our hoe of buslnetJk Si$m
1UTRS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 79 Fort Strssett. Itnte4Ut,
iMrcarca and duui im
Varl; Atluctimriilt, Olt are J Atftri.
acixt roa THK
Whit andthe Licitr-Rl'irittKa NswIIomi Machine,
Howard's Machine Needles, all kinds
Corticella Silk, In all colors and sires :
Harbour's Linen Thread,
Clark's O. ii. T. Machine Coll an.
Mine. DtniorttCt KtliaUt Cut irvr Patterns
Dealer In Ririsu,
Gi'Kt and SnianxG Gooras,
Shot, lnwta, Car,
KKUOHKM-: HTOrtClt. in H iuwa
Sewuur.Machloc, Lock and Gun-Repairing peoe.pt!.
TJNION FKED COMPANV
have on hand and for sale,
HAT, OATS, aAN.
(hole or ground,)
and la fact every thing peruisvlruj 10 Ihe feed V -'m
Orders from lb, uUaodl wUl nave oar teveut aael
All orders to be addressed,
UNIOfJ FtEli CO., UtaaUmt.
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