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SATURDAY, MAY i, iMj.
Publication office It at Kaahumamt itreet Ed
itorial roomf nt io Fort treet.
Snbscrlbers and Advertisers will please address
TIIOS O THRUM, Publisher and Proprietor.
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the "PRESS ' In Sn Francisco.
All mutter 'or the Saturday Press should be
addressed to the " SATURDAY PRESS."
Adeertlteme nts mult be lent In by Prlday noon.
No Iniertlon for the current lime can be f-uaran-teed
when tent In later. Advertiser will mark
the number of insertions desired, from which date
they charge any not to marked will be charged j
Double-column advertisement!, cutt and large
types will not be admitted Into our column
neither will advertisements be admitted Into "read
iik" columnt,- at any price Theie rulet will be
rigidly adhered to.
Notice of any eventt of Interest tramplrlnr' on
the other Islands will always be thankfully received
for publication Corretpondentt are requetted to
append their true name to all communication!,
not for publication neeeiiarily, but at a guarantee
that the writer It acting In good faith
An account of the tin tiling of ihc statue at
Kolinl.1 Is ilcferreil for lick of apace.
An nuctlon of ilcairalile real estate will lie
licM !y K. 1'. Ail.unt today.
The regular reheartals of the Amateur Mu
sical Socaty will licgln apaln next week.
Tour hour! a day It the full time allowed
for Irrigation to thine who me water from the
The Julia, bringing foily-fise South Scrtlm
nlgranlf, a third of whom arc women, armed
from aluit last Sunday.
The reoilinc room of the V.M.C.A. will
toon he greatly lnirued hy lictter lamps, to
arrive hy the Sue.
Mr. Crtiran will preach Sunday at the usual
hours. ''Only a Wogl" will he the Ihune of
the evening sermon.
The Unman Catholic Archlmhop of Sjilncy
wa n passenger on the City of New S'ork,
hound home to Ireland.
Mr, Daniel t,j oris hat awiuncil the limine
management of the Advertiser and the print
ing establishment with which it is connected.
The Irtmtrcr of the lltitish llcncolcnt So
ciety says that funds arc urgently needed, and
he hopes that subscriptions now due will lie
Golden (late Park, Sin I'rancisco, will soon
receive an addition to its conservatory jilanls.
Mrs. Sophia Casey, a resilient of California,
has been gathering tliim here as a gift.
Queen Victoria's birthday will be celebrated
In tiiis city on the 2 th instant with appropri
ate exercises. The Kurdish residents of every
where arc always equal to the demands upon
Ashley & Co., drasmen, base moed across
the way Iti'ncw and pleasant quarters at No.
8l King street, next to the Pioneer Carriage
Manufactory, and opposite the express offices
oi -Messrs. uciling ami Wilkinson.
"Arc communities benefitted more than
they are Injured by the accumulation of great
wealth In the hands of Indisiduals?" will be
the subject of a public debate to be held in
v. M. I. A. Hall .Monday ccning.
The funny man of the Aihcrtiscr hail
ctcscr piece nliout chicken-raising in the daily
of the 9th. To find a gleam of unjaundlccil
humor in the Aihcrtiscr is like meeting a
plethoric camel in the midst of Sahara.
A lady's fan, with pink paper body nnd
black handle and sides, awaits an owner, in
the editorial rooms of the Saturday Press. It
is almost unnecessary to state that it is fastened
with the usual hair pin.
Mr. Pclcr Sass, recently chief-engineer of
the Iwalani, has gone to San I'rancisco to
bring over Poster it Co.'s new inter-island
steamer, Mr. John Thompson, his assistant,
has been promolt.il to the chicf-enginccrship.
It is expected that the Zcalantlia, to arrive
from S)dncy on the 3rd proximo, will bring
the Maccabc Comic Opera Troupe of twelve
performers, who will probably remain long
Liiough to present Ihc comic opera "Uegone
The Anglican Church Chronicle for March
is out a well-written, 'suggestive, wholesome
number. How to Influence Young People for
Good Is the title of a paper that ought to be
read by city one Interested In that greatest
of all human questions.
Henri Golden McOrew, son of the elder
Doctor McGrcw, has recently graduatcdat the
Detroit Medical College. After pursuing his
studies for a time, at the Long Island Hospi
tal, )oung Doctor McGrew will come to
Honolulu, and, possibly, will locate here.
Mr, II. J. Agncw has opened business at
the corner of Kdinburgh and Queen streets,
under the firm name of Ihe Enterprise Feed
Company. The premises arc commodious,
well airangcit and stocked with eter) thine In
the feed line which the mot exacting equine
taste could demand.
The Tokio Chinese, now quarantined on the
reef, hail a nice little tea party among them
selves last Tuesday morning, in which naughty
wonls nnd short sticks of IiicwochI were ban-ilif-il
nlxiut 4'nromlskus like." Denutv-Mar-
shal Da) ton was unable to find out what the
row' was alKiut, Ca one was seriously injured,
Last Thursday night the Jenny Walker com
ing down the channel, wing and wing, collided
with the Kaala, bound to Koolau with n full
general cargo. The collision happened oppo
site Cocoa Head. The Kaala wasstruck amid
shin and went down in about ten minutes after.
All on board w ere saved. The csscl and cargo
arc probably a total loss.
The third number of the Hawaiian Chinese
News is nut. It is full of matter which Mr.
Frank Damon and his co-workers of the Chi
nese mission may find interesting reading. To
the usual friend of the newspaper lis contents
are luminous as an essay In Sanskrit, graphic
as a poem in Persian nnd poetic as a chapter
from "The Prison of Wcltcvrcden."
King David returned from the unveiling of
the statue of his greatest predecessor, last
Thursday morning. As Ihe Naj csdnik steamed
into the harbor, there arose the salvos of a
royal salute. The king was taken ashore In one
of the corvette's boali pulled by ten lusty oars
men. The captain, in full uniform, escorted his
rojal guest lo Ihe landing where the royal car
riage awaited him.
The proprietor of the Saturday Press was
arrested list Monday afternoon on a criminal
charge of libel, sworn to hy Dr. George L.
Fitch, and based upon an article In the Issue of
the $th Instant, reflecting uon the professional
value of the complainant in his capacity as a
public officer. The case goes to the July term
of the supreme court.
"It is time that this rubbish-burning bust.
ncss was sat down on," said one of the fire
jmldies Thursday evening. "The man who
can't afford to have his rubbish carted away
from his vanl doo'iit deserve to have a yard.
If any of those uiuttics think it's fun to run to
fires after a hard day's work, I wish they'd try
runnin with No. I, from King and Kichard to
KctclanU and Alapala.
Miss Clarke, eldest daughter of the senior
editor of the AdvcrtUer, gave a delightful little
birthday party last Saturday evening. Several
)oung people were presmt, friends of Miss
Clarke and her sister. The fun of lhatwit
demanding game, "Will Making," and the
mirth of merry small talk, alternated with a
round of jutlor waltiinganil a most tempting
supper oficcs, cakes ami Ihe like.
The following Is the programme for the reg
ular Saturday afternoon conceit at Diinu
square, cuuhuciiciul; ui -t'ju.
Overture, "Joan of Art."
Walls, "My lliend"
Mellon, "Ufa fr lha Cur"
HiLin- "lit lh Crime
The Uiiul w ill gtv c an esira concert on .non
day evening, May 14th, at Emma. Square.
Among those who passed, on the City of
New Y01V, this week, was Mr. K. J. White,
V. K. -S., K. K. A. S., chict-asiUtant Action
omcr Koyal of the Melbourne observatory,
who is making a tour of the woild, and visits
these islands and the United States for the first
time. Judging from the Interest he exhibited
in hi Inquiries and examinations into Ha
waiian affairs, he will cat ry with him luting
iniuesons of his one day In Honolulu. He
certainly left favorable impressions with those
he wet here. ,
-i .- ; ... . . . -
Lit? Chat lias left Uhlnd him a legacy of
tingled debt ror the law)cis to unravel, un
fortunately there seems to I little or no divi
dend fvw litem to di Uc When the creditoH
met on the .tth ln-tant, a total indeb
claims was presented aggrcgiling $"il,oi
10 wnicn ine nrm 01 uuon .Mail vuen nui
the small but well intended offset of Sicis
Chief-lustlcc tudil veslerday passed unon the
claim of C. Afong against the liankrupt 1-ce
i.n.ii, ruling mat the claim must nttniantiany
be allow cd.
it 4 r. st. to-morrow the remains ol the
unfortunate Mrs. Hush wilt be buried In a vault
now being constructed on the premises. Mrs.
Hush was thrown Irom ncr horse at 10:20 A.
v. last Sunday, and died at 4 Ml P. M. of the
same day, 1 he accident occurred on the Nu
llum road, a short distance this side of Ihc pali.
Colonel llo)d, his sister, Mrs, llvrlclmin and
two native grooms were In the trt), Imund
for the resilience of Mrs. Ilovd, at Katlun
Mrs. Hush was once among the hamlvmicst
of Hawaiian belles. She leaves a husband and
six children to mourn a great loss.
List Tuesday afternoon a native drayman
tustained a cnmund fracture of the leg be
tween the knee and the ankle. The man was
at once conveyed to the Queen's Hospital,
where he expressed a ilesirc to hive the bones
set and then be allowed lo return home and
have a native kahuna attend him. This was
refused, he being told that he would either
hive to have his leg set and remain at the hos
pital or return home without being attended to.
lie at once left for his own home and placed
himself under the care of one of the kahunas
and lay, for some time at least, with his limb
bandaged in leaves, while heathenish Incanta
tions were being pronounced over him.
Mr. nnd Mrs. I. C. Glade and their family
sailed on the City of Toklo list Monday., for
a two )cars' absence in Europe. A prosperous
iri).ige, renewed health ami safe relurn were
heartily wished them by unnumbered friends.
.Mr. anil .Mrs. i u. Mall, .Mrs. C. N. .Makcc,
her daughter, Miss Kosc Makcc, and her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. P. N. Makcc, Mr.
nnd Mrs. S. C. Allen, Mr. Godfrey llrown.
Mr. Michael Mclncrnv and Miss Mclnernv.
and several other residents nnd sojourners of
iionoiuiu, iook pastagc in trie same vessel lor
more or less prolonged residences in other
lands. Many were the alohas that went with
Mr. Alfred S. Hart well, attorney for Messrs.
Alee St Goo Kim, Chinese agcnls, has filed
with Ihe Minister of the Interior, who Is also
President of the Hoard of Immigration, a state
ment of the net ntmuin of overcharges inid by
the Chinese landed from the steamers Gtcnclg,
Oceanic, Suet and Coptic during the pist few
weeks. After deducting the hospital tax and a
fair amount for lioard during detention at the
qinrantine ground, and at the Immigration sta
tion, the net overcharge alleged to have been
pam is $4,741. there were landed 2,240
Chinese, which unkes the alleged overcharge
aliout $2.12 per head. It seems probable lli.it
the petitioners "will ever pra."
The attention of readers of Ihe Press is
called to the entertainment in aid of the llono
lulu Library and Heading Room Assochtion,
which is advertised to take jilace nt Ihe Music
Hall, next Thursday evening. The affair is
being arranged under the direction of Mrs.
V.. P. Adams and others fully competent.
Those who remember the lieautiful exhibition
of tableaux, given at the same place about a
jear ngo, will not fail to be present on this
occasion. There is In Honolulu an abundance
of artistic talent of various kinds to provide an
evening's recreation of a high order of merit.
The committee who have this enterprise in
charge will be able lo bring out nnd continue
the varied gifts of our lady and gentleman
amateurs in a lnrmonious and effective man
ner, the pictorial ellects incident to the
grouping of tableaux arc under the immediate
supervision of Mr. J. D. Strong, who is
experienced in that sort of thing. The char
acter of the attractions offered ought to fill the
.Music llau to its utmost capacity.
The fire laddies were out in force late last
Tuesday afternoon. The alarm was occasioned
by the burning of a shanty used by Chinese
workmen in 1 nomas square. Apropos ol trie
usual running to fires. The real and efficiency
of the members of the different compinies, in
cluding the Lluncsc, is unilcmalilc. Hut the
very excess of teal, undirected as it is by rigid
discipline, has the effect of hampering the use
fullness of the service. When a fire is rung,
all the members of each company rush for their
house, and those who reach it in time "catch
on" and run with their cart or engine until
fagged. At present it sceins imjxissiblc to in
stitute any plan of drill that might be thor
oughly effective, because the members of n
volunteer company cannot be alwavs at hand
at a few moments notice, and provision for re
lays of runners cannot be made. A citizen,
however, makes the following suggestion:
"Uvcry one knows how much assistance horses
arc ill dragging engines to a fire. If the fire
marshal might be authorized to pay a regular
sum, say ten dollars, to the horseman with
team or saddle horse who reached each engine
house and 'hooked on' firtl, the aggregate
sum would be repaid by the increased cllect
iitness of the service."
The internal management of Oahu Prison is
of n soit lo commend itself to visitors. Scru
pulous cleanliness, thorough ventilation, due
regard for other sanitary precautions, good
food and just treatment are what appear to the
casual as vv ell as to the special visitor who
goes there. Whether the outside work of pris
oners is managed lo the best advantage of the
public service they perform, has nothing to do
with the internal conduct of the prison with
which this article is alone concerned.
The location of Oahu Prison is well suited
lo its requirements. Its position makes it com
iaratively isolated from the business and resi
dence portions of the city, while it is at Ihe
same time so near the heart of town that a
short walk or a ten minutes' drive connects it
with the covernment hall, while it is scarcely
more than a dozen ordinary blocks from the
IKilicc station, lis site commands a superb
outlook. To the cast is Nuuanu valley, its
narrowing walls coming to apparent conver
gence at the pali. To the west, the bay, broad
ening into the breadth of well nigh Ixnindless
ocean. It is so sightly a residence spot that
Jail-Governor Huckle not unnaturally may be
envied ny more tnan one ol the w canny resi
dents of the v icinagc. The w ritcr, himself not
wealthy and vet not passing proud, would
rather lie governor of Oahu jail than editor of
The buildim? and grounds occunv less than
half an acre on what is familiarly known as
"the reef, a peninsular norm and west ol the
business part of town. The buildings and
vards are surrounded by a stone wall protected
from improper ingress or igrcssby a line of
broken glass embedded in the coping. There
Is an iron entrance gate, guarded of course by
inside sentries. The main building is three
stories built in the form of an L. The basement
contains a number of sleeping cells, three pun
Uhnient cells and the food room. The front
door is reached by a short flight of steps. To
the right of the entrance hallway is the office;
lo the left a sewing room for females. The
other rooms in the second slot) are a loom for
guaids, a store room, a lamp loom and sleep
mg cells. There are in all the building eighth
eight sleeping cells, in each of which two pris
oners may lie accomodated, sleeping in ham
mocks. These cells are whitewashed as occa
sion demands, and look and smell wholesome
and adequate to the uses planned for them.
When seriously ill lutients are tent to a hospi
tal in the rear of Ihe large interior yard. This
hospital has eight beds, and at a pinch might
hold two or three more. Convalescent jiatients
may lie remanded to their cells tt room in ine
hospital is needed by new cases. As a rule
there is little sickness in the prison. When
the writer last visited It, last Sunday, there
were one hundred and thirty-eight prisoners,
classified as follow it Hawaiian males seventy
eiuhti Hawaiian females, eleven I Chinese.
twenty-two; Japanese, two ; other foieignerv
twenty-nvc. ui tins large numuer oniy six
were on the sick list.
The food furnished the prisoners is goal ana
apparently plentiful. The union cooked on
the premises goes foith from a kitchen that is
so dean a piece of bread and butler might fall
on lit floor without lieing soiled. The food
furnished all Ihe prisoners is soft bread three
limes a week, fiesh meat twice a week, salt
beef or sail salmon on the days when there is
no fresh meat, lice and beans alternately, and
liard bread ami tea twice a day. The natives,
or other who desire it, have poi in addition to
the food mentioned.
The third story is occupied by the governor
of the prison and hU family.
Taken all in all, the piison it apparently
creditable to Its management and to the nation,
and it is no unfair compliment to say that it
compares favorably with the similar public in
stitutioot of California the only prisons with
which the wilier is familiar.
Kcligious services are held on Sundays. The
Chinese pastor of Ihe Chinese church in the
place, assisted by Mi, Flank Damon, conducts
a sciv ice among the Chinese prisoners; and
a committee from the V. M. C A. holli one
among ttic English speaking prisoners.
Tiir. tint Kit 11. ts us.
I). U. ida has sold out his planting inter
est In Star Mill, Ihc mill Iwing the purchaser.
The Kohala Mill has done grinding for Ihe
jeart small crop, lnit will have a large crop of
plant cane next jear.
The steamer t.ikcbkc received on lioard May
y, 1,000 Irngs sugar, from the Walakea Mill
Company, to lc sent by the steamer Suez.
The school teacher of llllo who was shot by
Cnper in the midnight attack of April iSlli, is
it now thought will entirely recover, lie Ins
the best attention b) Dr. C. S. Kittredgc.
An effort was made lately to extend the tele
phone In liamakua from Hllo. hut most of Ihe
owners of stock said no. As the line is to Ho
nokaa llurty-two miles, it was thought that
would do for some time to come.
1 he calendar for Ihc May term of court at
llllo is unusually small. It hruan May td.
Judge Austin presiding. Acting Attorney.
ucner.11 vv tilting apicarcil lor the crown. An
unusual number of people arc in Ililo.
The Hawaiian Army, or at least a detach
ment of it, is reported to be collecting stones
In Ihc adjacent fields, for the iiedcstnT of Ihe
statue to be erected in the Alnakca school
house lot. The concrete foundation it alrcad)
Mr. John Hoirdmann, of Makawao, a
resident of these Islands since 1844 or 5, de
parted this life at the residence of his son at
Kahulul, at 6.J0 A. l. on Saturday morning,
May 5, 1SS3. He was born in the United
States, nnd came across the Rocky Mountains
to Washington Territory, in lS43or., and
came shortly after to the Island of Maui where
he has resided ever since, with the exception
of occasional visits to the states, lie was 6S
cars, 7 months, 25 d.i) old. He leaves two
children grown tipt George 1. lloardmann,
Collector at Kahulul, and a diughtcr Mrs.
G, V, K. King of Waihcc. He has been ill
for over one )car. In the forties, he was book
keeper for the laic bhcrmin Peck, at Ia!iaina,
1 1 1 1
ri: .hit vitiTir.
There is a prodigious deal of nonsense
talked and written about "high art." A few
people, by the Intelligent study of a lifetime,
icarn to distinguish Ihc line at which low art
ends and high art begins. The rove of beauty
is generally an inheritance. Artistic apprecia
tion is a gift. The critical talent tiny be
buildcil on love of beauty and appreciation of
ucuuiy ui iiiuiuicsiiru in an ; lull 11 must lie
constructed of patient sjnthetic study, and
careful anal) sis of great principles nnd their
application. No crilic.il opinion is worth Ihc
fag end of the pencil with which it was written
unless it expresses (he opinion of a man who
knows how the thing written aliout is done.
Some minds are able to grasp the details of
work without the actual experience of handling
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iwu. in auun iiuiuis practical, an cuucauon
is unnecessary. Hut even a critic so consti
tuted must have the experience of a catholic
range of comparisons before he or she is com
pctcnt to compare artists or estimate the value
of their work. Outside of New York City and
Hoston, the United Stntcs have scarcly a gal
lery requisite to form the taste of a critic whose
opinion ought to be taken on any art subject
uigiier man ine ineru oi an anvcrtising
chromo. San Francisco has welcomed many
good artists and encouragcil much good art ;
urn no iiumuii ui us nesi wuik nas occn per
mincntly gathered in a collection that might
foster sound criticism. How much worse off
thin San I'rancisco Honolulu has been. Mr.
Furneaux and Mr. Strong may do something.
The clever joung women who arc doing clever
nuwer mis anil iruu uus aim genre uus anu
landscape bits are nutting pretty things in Ho-
nolulan libraries and Honolulan pariors; but
who may intelligently write about them? Surely
not Ihc critic whq,sc artistic horizon is liounded
by Melbourne or Auckland, or San I'rancisco,
or Yokonama, or Diamond Head and Ma la
All this is prcfaetory to the confession that
the writer is incompetent to describe Mr. Fur
neaux's studio, or lo criticise Mr. Strongs's
new landscape. 1 lie studio ol the lormer gen
tlcman is a delectable place to be in. It has
comfortable chairs, a restful atmosphere of
genial repose, a hjqcnic wealth ol doors and
wiiiiiuwa nun uvci iuiiv piciuie. i lie viMiur
looks around and (involuntarily bursts into
There ore skies and waves and cocoanut Ireet ;
1 here are birds'and fUhes and bumble bees;
Tliere are mountains and mcadowt and lakes of flame
And things another than 1 must name.
This islcss than might be said by some of those
voung gentleman who conceal their scintillant
identities under the misplaced editorial "we"
in the older journals of Honolulu.
Hut it is a very well intentioncd attempt to
convince the readers ol the Press, that iilr.
Furneaux's studio is worth visiting, and that
Mr. Strong's new landscape ought to be seen
before it goes to ucimany.
Till: A.VATKUU 3tVSIC.ll. COSCKIIT.
Your musical critic is the fellow one is often
est ill of. He fatigues one with what he docs
not know about music and afronls one with
what he has not learned about wrilingi This
Is a fair sample of his work : " The last chorus
from the Cantata ol the (.auuaRc uarilen com
pleted the first part. This is a somewhat hard
strain upon the voices, and contains a fugue
passage of difficulty, the chorus, however, was
well trainetl anil 111c iiiumi: went uiiuiil;ii vvuii
out a hitch." The critic might also has e ad
ded that the chorus went through without a
liitchinL strap, which was an oversight, as a
well constructed chorus nlwa)S takes along a
hitching strap or a halter 'with which to lead
out the "fugue" who is commonly restive. The
men who like best to put musical slan in their
copy are men who don't know the difference
oetwecn a luguc anu a uuting iron. jvgain
"Mr, Swallowtail's reputation as a mouth or
tranlst is too well known to need comment,
suffice it to say that we have never heard him
play better, that the deep now erful tones and
the very softest notes wailed forth from the in
strument at the command of a master of his
craft." Master of what craft, bubbie? Dojou
mean the master of the l'cle I What was he
doing there, an)how? How could "deep,
powerful tones" wail? How could "the very
softest notes" wail? If the writer were not
afraid of the president of The Society for the
Total Suppression of l'uns he would be tempted
to say that a man wno coum write iikc mat
ought lo lie "wailed" out of town.
jlnit it is all tne lauit 01 tne society. 11
that v crv nice musical organization had been
sufficiently thoughtful and considerate and
alive to its own interests, it would have piven
the concert on Thursday. Then the Tress
w ould hav c sent its musical critic. The w riler
of this would have gone also and would then
hac been in the charmingest of good humor.
He might have hcaul Ihe vocal solos 01 .Mr.
Starkey, Mr. McCartney, Mrs. J. II. Taty and
Mrs. A. T. Atkinson; the part singing of Mrs.
T. II. Davies, Miss Ilcrnice Parke, Mr. Star-
key, and Mr. Hall; the either playing
of Mi. Stroelcin, the fiddling of Mr. Varnd
ley, the chorus singing of the whole society.
It was bad enough to miss It all without being
afflicted bv the hvner-criticism of the Adver
tiser, the super-criticism of the Gaictteand the
colony-criticism 01 ine iiuncuii.
The New Zealand Herald of April a3d
brlnus telectanhie news to that date of which
the following is a necessarily brief summary of
the most Important tacts t t'resiiient Arthur
has been ill ; is better. There have been de
structive fires in Quebec, Canada ; and Delhi,
India. The Oar has put off his coronation
from the advertised date, May 27th.
An enthusiastic newspaper worker was S.
Medill, the managing editor of the Chicago
Tribune, who diedrcccntly of consumption at
Qulncy, Illinois. After eagerly looking over
the Chicago morning papers that were brought
to his bed on the last day of his life, he smiled
and said, "Our boys have beat them on the
llraidwood business." These were almost his
Even millionaires are not always self-posses
sed in the midst of new tunoundings. The
maiden speech in the senate chamber of Mr.
Talior, of Colorado, is reported as follows;
"Mr President. 1 am paired with the Gentle
man from Hampton, Air, South Carolina."
Aleut-ulrc Dumas wai In a crow J which Mat
maVing but slow iirogic&s Ihrouch Ihe doors of
a cnuicn ttneretney were ceieoraung a w
ilinguuis. " I eipect, " taW Dumas, " that
e Hill amve in time lor tne comicmng.
A C-il Just rcturnej to Hannibal from a
Boston hiin school, said, upon seeing a fire
cm-ine t oik 1 "Who ould e ah ha e ilweamed
such a tcwy dlminutive-loollng aaatus
could now so mucn wauan 1
The late Alexander II. Stephens always 00
cupicd in Washington one certain set of rooms
the rooms formerly occupied by Henry
Knplolisnl Park, June 11, 1883.
COMMITTKP op AaaANcesieiTS
I)r I. S.McGrer,
II. A. Wldemmn,
II. K. Macfarlane,
A. S. Cleihorn,
Kactt twV Coxfttnct at to aVv tknrf.
Flrl Hurdle Race, one mite daih. i tiunll frr
for all catch weighti.
Second Mute Haee. one mile di,h ! free Trip all
Third Running Hace, one mile let s In 3J free'for
: Race, mite heati, Lett 3 In 3, to
harness; free foral
Fifth Runnin ir Race, one mil iIajV t.ir ll-uttn.
bred horws not having a letter record than $;.
Sfxih Runnlne Knee, one mile bet In it IW
to nil Itawanan-brtd hones.
Seventh Trntltm? ttnre.nn mtl.1t In . . Cr fn.
all Hawaiian bred homes.
OKAZIKK'S plate. .
Eighth It mining Race, three-quarter mile davhj
free to all Hawaiian-bred horses a ears old.
Ninth Pony Race, one mite ilavh ; open to all ponies
hred In the kingdom not over 14 handi high; catch
Tenth Running Race, mile dash; open to all horses
bred in the kingdom that have never run at Kaplolant
Eleventh Trotting Race, mile heals, bet 9 in 3, to
hsmess, owners to drive.
Twelfth Trotting Race, one mile ; free to atl horvs
that have never run in any public race.
Thirteenth Fool Race, llicycle Race, etc.
Pure wild arranged as soon as the management
camconvcmently do so.
All horses entered for the above races will he under
the control of the Judges, and their decision will be
All Running Races will be under the rules of the
Pacific lllooil Horse Association, excepting as to weights.
All horses to carry n rider.
All '1 rotting Races will lie under the rules of the
National 1 rolling Association
No 1100I selling will be allowed on the Park grounds
All horses that are sold in pools will be ruled out.
l'ermus to Irain horses at the Park track can be ob
tained from the secretary.
Jockies' colors must accompany entrance fees.
In order to secure and maintain orxler, no one will be
allowed on the track without the Association 1-adge,
which can 1-e obtained from the Secretary on the Park
ADMITTANCE 10 Till: PARK.
Pedestrians. . ... ,.,.,.,Free
Horses nnd Horses and Carrisges. soc
Admittance to the Grand Stand. . .. .. .$1.00
Ml J. E. WISEMAN, Secretary.
-pHE HONOLULU Y. M. C. A. ROOMS
Are Now Opened Dally
TOTIIEPUI1LIC FROM 7 A.M. 10 0 P.M.
A pleasant and commodious reading room, at the end
of the hatl opposite the front entrance, is well lighted
anu supplied wun comlortable crtairs.
icals of latest dales and other interesting read'
ing matter Is provided, to which will soon be added a
nterestin? t-lmes are at hand.
stationers and alt
oiner neeuiuls lor writing,
.. .-i -. . '
and a pleasant place for a
prontable evening 5 entertainment Is treely
'The parlor Is fitted un for beautv and
The parlor Is fitted up for beaut'
the weary and indisposed can here find cheer and corn
fort. 'I hese rooms are open to Ihe free use of youni
iiivia wi iiivav iinuivtaf miu III UK fllJ S-UIU-C SIUII1 UUIU4U
and a cordial invitation is herewith extended to come
and make use of these comfort and con emenccs and
feel that you are at home.
Aftide irom central entertain me'its we shall offer, on
Monday evenings, to all who desire, the opportunity of
Riuuwng wok Keeping wit it a competent teacher, ana
shall emleaor soon to provide for othei evening classes
of this nature, requiring aspajment nothing but gentle
manty conduct. a
'Ihe new hall is ready for entertainments, and offered
to the public for all legitimate purpo--.es consistent with
the association, as the most desirable audience room in
We shall endeavoc for the mutual benefit of both
emp!o)er and entploee to conduct as far as possible an
To this end Me Invite communications upon this sub
ject irom an persons on inese uianus wno at any time
may be In want of help, assuring all such that we shall
do all in our power to promptly point out the desirable
perhons, not however, atwajs assuming the responsi
bility for character, as many of our applicants will be
entire strangers to us.
We also invite communications from any who have
comfortable rooms and boarding houses to offer at
reasonable prices as we can thereby direct such as are
seeking desirable homes.
Our aim is to assist young men In all legitimate ways,
and to this end we shall alwas be ready to confer upon
any subject, with all, for who- mutual benefit w e can
work. Address ISAIAH HRAY
141 General Secretary Y.M.C.A., Honolulu.
TNTERPRISE FEED COMPANY,
Corner of Queen and Edinburgh streets, Honolulu,
II. J. AGNEW, pROFaiKTOB,
Informs his friends and the public generally that he
ha opened business at the above stand and has
maue complete arrangements tor a
continuous supply of
FrMh Goods of th Vary Boot Quality,
WHICH UK 1LL OFPBX FOR SALE
AT THE LOWEST POSSIULE PRICES.
He hones, bv eivinz his 1-U attention, to nlease th
puimv; miu iu inert w juri ui uicir psurunajje.
A LARGE STOCK OF
WHEAT and OAT HAY.
WHOLE and GROUND BARLEY,
CALIFORNIA and OREGON
NOW ON HAJ-JD.
Orders solicited and satisfaction guaranteed or no
payasnea, iciepnonc aaa. 141-&U1
"TMIBRE'S ALWAYS SOMETHING
1 tut w feel a little amlous for )-ou to know about.
The Great Aartericaa OlotUac Ho-aa
Respectfully calls your attention lo their
SrVLISII BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS.
With strong, scrvictabl. linings, sihlch w arc selling low
110VS', YOUTHS' and CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
In male, quality and sll to general Importations of
susn gouus l?r inn niaiaei.
Til Laltit Sttlllili i Ct'li Fmmi!faJ Kali
8. COHEN CO
No. 1; Nuuani Siairr - Honolulu,
ROPOSALS FOR LIBRARY BUILDING
Scaled proposals for the erection of lh butMing de
signed for lh Library and Ktajiog Room Association
mil U received up lo and including SATURDAY,
Mty ifrlh. Klllmatcs may b mad. (or lb .holt or
any pari of said work. Tartlet making cstunatet will
gut their figures for th masuory, Injuding slatt roof,
carpenter work, blattering, painting, plumbing and
tkstilting separately. Plans and specifications can
seen, ajtd cuimatct hajided In, at ths otfltt of
A. ,1. CARTVRIUHT,
1 4 1 Jirmaa pf Building Consnutlesr.
OTICE. At the annual meeting at the nock.
boUers U the IIONOKAA SUliAK COM.
tht following officers were duly elected for lb.
ensuing y car t
F. A. Schaefcr, . President.
J. Holing , Ticasunr.
II. Kcnles. .. S-Kntary.
M. Mclncrny. . - Auditor.
II. RENJES, Secretary.
Honolulu, May 10, iMj. i.i-M
TTOR SALE, at tnvolc cost and charges, eat Ult
F of HMIINQ NETS, etc. Just recused frata
the American Net and Twsnt Comoanv 0 llnalo-a Ad-
tfy to F. A.SCHAErEK, Eseculorof lUKslaU of
i. f. vose,uccwtu. ni-v
Office of Superintendent ol Water WoiVs,
Ho vol cut, July 3, iBSt.
All persons having Water Privileges are notified that
their Watfr Rates are payable semi annually, In ad
vance, at the office of the Superintendent of Water
Works, foot of Nuuanu u street, upon the it day of
January and July of each jear. C II. WILSON,
III tf Superintendent Water Works.
ladies and Gentlemen visiting San Francisco will
find very desirable Furnished Rooms En Suit and Sin
git at No. 13; Montgomery St, Cbrner Hush. Mrs.
T. Honey, formerly of Honolulu,
r Successful House 1 A Succesiful 1 lome I A strik
Ing Instance of succeM In a Retail Dry Goods' way Is
afforded by the leading M Ornery House of Charles J.
Mshel, corner fort and Hotel stteets. The Proprietor
Mr. Fishel has acquired the art of holding custom. Any
Dry Goods House can, by freely advertising, draw cus
tomers, once or twice; but to hold them, ad enjoy their
confidence, calls for the exercise of tact and liberality.
Goods must be marked down and wld for what they
are! never misrepresent any article. 1 hat Is the policy
of Charles J. FIshet, and that policy has made the firm
one of the greatest In its tine, on the leading thorough
fare of Honolulu. The Leading Millinery Store of
Charles J, Fischel, Is to Honolulu whatMacy's Is to
New York. Chutes J. Fishel makes a specially of Mil
linery. t& The store Is one of the sights of the city.
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.
1 he thirty eighth annual statement of the old fashion.
ed furtty mkmo life Insurance company whose name
apears above, has been ssued. Organtred In 1843
when little was known by the average public In this
country at least concerning the advantages of this
mott ttnselfi-m beneficent principle In Its application fot
the protection of relict dependencies, the old New
England Mutual Life Int. Co, of Hoston, Massachu
setts, takes rank among the early exponents of this im
port ant auxiliary to the interests of virtuous and provi
dent persons, as also communities, upon whom charity
makes many requisitions in favor of the "always with
)ou unfortunates or earth. Ine history of this com
pany shows such a record of management that any
man who contemplates providing his dependencies with
the Indemnity afforded by life Insurance, may safely
conclude that his contract will be honorably complied
with when the time for p.t ment of his claim stall arrive.
Iteing strictly mutual by its charter, no stockholders or
other persons whatever are entitled to any advantage.
one over another member. The fact that this company
his uniformly declined to entertain any of the many
schemes, catch penny plans or gilded pill Inducements,
by which to rope in the unwary gudgeon, that are in
vogue by less scrupulous companies, Is of Itself an
evidence of dignified management, as also the best
possible argument In favor of Its welt deserved reputa
tion of high merit, than which no life insurance Insti
tution extant stands superior. As will be obvrved by
the annual statement above referred to, the gross A-uets
of this company tin the first of January, i83j, was
$16,310,465.92, against which all liabilities aggregate
$3(374 i57-99i leaving the handsome surplus on 4 ftr
cent, basis of reserve $2,633,894 93 or if estimated by
the New York standard at 44 per cent., the suplus
would be about POUR million IK3LLAKS, or nearly
ONK-QUATER of the entikf assets of the company.
We are not aware of any more desirable institution to
be Insured with than the New England Mutual Life
Ins. Co , and we are confident that no honorable ad
ministration Is exercised by any corporation than that
so long expressed hy this company under the direction
of Pres't Den jam! n F. Stevens, whose personal atten
tion is not omitted in even the minor details of the
business of his trust. An examination of the applica
tion and form of policy Issued by this company Is re
commended before parties Insure elsewhere.
Messrs Castle & Cookr,
King Street, Honolulu.
Agents tor the Hawaiian Islands
Will be found available for all necessary Information
that may be desired relating to the affairs of this com
pany, to whom application for Insurance in or agency
for the New England Mutual Life should be made.
0R SAN FRANCISCO.
The German Dark
C. 11. MSHOV,
H. WOLTERS Matter
Qnlok Diapatch for the Above Port.
For freight or passage, apply to
139 H. II ACKFELDi CO., Agents.
POR HONGKONG DIRECT.
The Fine British Steamship
SPEECIILV. , Master
WILL SAIL rOK THK AbOVH'NAMRU FOHT
Oa or About June 1st.
For freight or passage, apply to
139-Cc C. BREWER S. COMPANY.
'OR SYDNEY Via AUCKLAND.
The Splendid Steamship
Will Sail on or About May 13.
We are now nreoared to Issue tMcets to San Fran
Cisco and return for $125, the round tnp.
Ijootls lor shipment per steamer can now be stored,
free of charge, in the fire-proof warehouse near the
For freight or passage, apply to
138 H. HACKFELD & CO., Agents.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The Splendid Steamship
WILL LXAVI HONOLULU
For San Fnutolwo oa or About Jane 3.
For freight or passage, apply to
166 H. HACKFELD & CO.. Agents.
-NCBANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
.a, FOR HONGKONG, CHINA.
The British Steamer
Will leavt for the above port on or about JUNE 151K.
Freight or passage may t secured In advance by ap
plication 10 n-Pi u. innm .i ,
1)7 Honolulu Agents.
OSTON AND HONOLULU DIRECT.
CHARLES BREWER &
fir-oat aSUa aa or Afcoat Jim let
Orders should U la Boston not later than June itt
to nsurc shipment. For funherparticuUrs, apvly lo
h- pisbnci-.-. s-vjtr--s.s
ll Queen street, Honolulu.
agknt roa thi following coastmi.
WSIULI, I UH A,
AND HAN A.
FLAG --Red with While Bali
Queen and Nuuanu Strttu
Otlict corner of
PLANTER'S LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. JtatXITaTJt Jt COM PA XT, Afl.
Utrtbandia rtccistd Storage Frtt, and liberal cash
aa-wcct iwtnt oq iniptiemt vy toss ttam.
Stcaeaes LILebka win laav Hooolul each Tuesday
at a M.a tnuchiiia-rt Lahalna, Haalaca lUr, Mekraa,
MUM awn pons arming
U HoegWs tack Sudsy a- M.
WILDER A Co,
OFFKR FOR SALE THE
Recently arrived from G1ag-ow
ALSO, TO ARKIVK
THE BRITISH STEAM
ComprUlug one of the Large-st nd
ohandise evor 1m
And which will be offered to the Trade. Town and
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AS
Confuting of fine White Cottons, n nice nuortment
U Muiim-i, in ratternt of the very latent delgn,
Cambric Hem --.inched Handkerchief, in colored.
-Mnall lot of Plain ami Fancy Embroidered la-adit
Frilling, Lacet and Artificial t lowers I a splendid
and a cry large a-uorttnent of Velvet and Ax mincer
color and qualities Ittankets In large variety; n
full line of lijjht and heavy Scotch and i"nchh
Diagonal Coating, 5ileIat, Lining and 'I rimming
just suited to the country trade; -a small lot of
Check and Tartan .Shawls; very fine Perfumery, In
occ of Marcus Ward & Co. i.ujerior Stationery,
hum, In Russia nnd Morroco;
Saddle, Bridles, Har
Rolls English Pelting, j, 4, 6, 8 and 10 Inch ; Ult
No. 4, 5 and 6; ca-tes Smith fc Mclean'a celebrated
G, 7, 8 and 9 feet lengths, 34 gauge. Attention of
1 rand, which never warm, cracks or peels off from the
Portland, German and Koendale Cement ; bale Itlue
the genuine article; bates heavy twilled Coal Hags,
and Roping Twine; Scotch Fire Prick, square and
One Thousand Tons Best
The bet and most economical for Plantation, Steam
no waste; gives very little smoke and soot; bums
bars, and produces 25 per cent more steam than any
peclally adapted for Ranges and Cooking Stoe; a
PAR IRON, a good as-wrtment J alo. Pars Steel;
caks assorted Ghmware, compriing Glass DMics.
Clarets, Champagne, Decanters, Dishes, I.amp, and
sortment of Graniteware, comprising Dinner bets,
ers, Pistes, and many other article In thi line.
A FEW SU PER
In Cottage Stales, from the leading Berlin makers,
Inspection and trial of thec attractive Pianos Is in
and DILS, the most complete thing of the kind for
10, li and 14 inch; Nests Gahamzed Tubs, Gal van
ALSO, THK r
Sugar Machinery of Mirrlees, W
The superiority of whith i acknowledged by all Ha
Manila, Queensland, Fiji, and other sugar
Thi firm has attained pre-eminently first rank In
ture of SUGAR MACHINERY, and their leading
larlty of their make. Elaborate plans, specification
each lot of machiner) , and, ai every article is erected
we can guarantee perfect machinery to an intending
extras, which, in many cases, amounts to nearly 50
of machinery consists of
Five 500-Gallon Steam" Clariflers 1
Mill, 26x54, of most im
Having open sidegap headstocks for the easy removal
itf pinions, all of toughened cast Iron; alo, power
plate, spare pinion and segment for first and
carrier, with driving and tra
PATENT 30-1 NCII CEN
WESTON'S PATENT 30
With Mixer, Stirrer and Driving Gear, with one
stroke one Cast Iron Vacuum Pan 6x7 feet, with
lloruontal Vacuum Pumping Engine, ia inch
Double-acting Vacuum Pump 14 inch diameter,
adapted for driving centrifugals; two 1000
Iron Hot Water Tank, 4 feet In diameter,
65 feet high, 17 Inches In diameter, with
chains; one Multt tubular Steam lloiler
Inch diameter tubes, shell of builcr
m one piece of steel ; boiler fitted
ONE TRIPLE EFFECT AND
Will be shipped from Glasgow this month des
ALSO TIIR FOLLOW'
Railway aad Portable Tramway an
A t)stem of Transporting Cane to the Mills that has
of supplying Sugar Mills, which effects a saving of
miles of this tramway, and a few cars and loconwt
the fields to the mills over 1 y,oo tons of cane, last
hardly any wear ami tear on the plants. This system
& Baldwin, Haiku No. j, Hecta, Pahala, Olowalu, and
Islands not having flumes with which to transport
miles of Portable 1 ram way .hundred of Cane Cars,
throuzhout Queensland. I lit and Cuba, with orders
which affords proof of the great advantage of their
The following article arc
ONE PATENT jKlnth LOCOMOTIVE ENGI
Flrt-Rox and Pratt Tubes, Feed Pumps, Injector,
Urake Gear, Awning, etc.. complete five mile
with Patent Corrugated Double and Single
Complete j four miles Permanent
and dog spikes
Three RIght-hand Crossings, 34 Inch gauge, 14 lb
M-uV 60 feet radius.
Two Three-way Crossings, 14 Inch gauge, MB rails,
da feet radius.
Six Right hand Growings, j inch gauge, 14-th rails,
34 feet radius.
Four Right hand Crossings, 14 Inch gauge, il lb
rails, 60 feet radius. t
Two Three-way Creating, 34 Inch gauge, 18 lb rails,
60 feet radius.
Two Left-hand Crossings, lnch gauge, 14 lb rails,
60 Uet radius.
Fifty bundard Sugar Cane Wagons, 34 Inch gauge.
Twenty five Dogia Sugar Cant Wafxu, with brakes
Spares, conuulngof Eccentric Tongs, Kail
Hammcrt, Sinking Hammers, Picks
ToU Ilexes, with
LOT OF WAGON
Conslalng faf WhcU n4 Ailts 4tiuh
ltf, with ltd and keep Eara Lids,
Spring Studs, -Spuiigc, Draw
THE CARGO OF THE ST
Wat MUcltd with great cart by our LonJo, agent,
runs, sod coaiuu of s beautiful bns of Good not
dm spoc-t for In this advertm-mect. but wkkb will Im
week, sod oa l-h arrival of lb Abcrgtld-U, circulars
Mot to our customers, hudi U fuJm aad tW Udtts
THE CARGOES Of THK SHIPS SKA
Will alto Im givca In lour odvsrtiMBKAta. Tbey
uiud to Us -e-amt of our 1slo4 uads. Ako con
laud, Pvwdrwd. Yellow C4 l Sudani Royal -Wk
Hay, Una, Osu, KarUy, etc. '
ONE TiN-HORSE POWER STEAU PLOW,
LANE & CO.
CARGOES OF THE SHIPS
ami Liverpool repectUtly
.THE CARGOES OF
DUE MAY tSTl
SHIP SH AN D ON,
DUE JULY isT,
ISLE OF ANOEESEA,
DUE AUGUST tT,
Finest Selections of Goods and Mer
ported to Honolulu.
Country Storekeeters. and buvert eenerallv. al ex-
term, as folllows;
SORTMENI OF DRV GOODS,
of fine Prints (small figures), a beautiful line of Del
never Iieiora imported here; a small line ol line
listy liordert, for Indies and Gentlemen's use; n
Handkerchiefs, In small loxes; boxes of Ruche,
lot of ltrussels and Ax minster Carpets, with borders,
Ktig, in all sie ; a line lot ol runnel, ihiierent
small lot of Iadies'( Gentlemen's and llos' Hats; n
1 weeds, of sthsh pattern! a few niece of verv fine
ior iniiors use; n 'tery aiirncme 10101 ooien omni.
Woolen and Cotton Hosiery; a Muill Invoice of
. ..,.', .- - . f. I "1 11 l iVl...
lirce variety; Itrushe, Comb, etc., and n small in
including a few of their lieautiful Illamin.ited Al
ness and Whips,
lest English Annealed and Galvanized Fence Wire,
Galvanized Corrugated Iron, the best iimorted here,
consumers of this article Is called to thi particular
action of sun and atmosphere. Casks be it English,
Sinpe, '1 w died and Plain Sugar Hags, poo to a hale,
best Scotch make, lules 1, 1 and SP')! Seaming
arch; Fire Clay; boxe I Hue Mottled Soap;
Sootoh Splint Coal,
ers nnd general ue ; Is dean and lumpy, consequently
well nwav. and does not clinker and burn un crate
other Iliiuminous Coal; 150 ton best Welsh Coal, es-
small lot ol Anvils anu ice, lor bncksmitns use.
liest Wool Ilurlap, 43inch, In 40-ard pieces; a few
Howl, Goblets, 'tumblers, Sherries, Hocks, Ports,
others article required by housekeepers, A full as
hwer and Masin, itowis, uisnes, iup& and aauc
which will be offered on very fivorable term An
vitcd. 'Ihree cases of an especial makeo! SIOCKS
Plantaton use; Belt Lacings; Galvanized Duckets,
atson & Cos Unequaled Make,
waiian riamcrs anu .lanui.mur-ci m -uu-, ,- ...,
producing countries throughout the world.
flrs-ni- Itritain and Europe for their ftnlendid manufac-
and enormous busines testifies to the universal popn
and detailed lists to facilitate erection, accompany
and fitted in the works at Glasgow before thlpnient,
purcliaser, thus avoid delay in erecting and a bill lor
Ir cent of the cost of original article. Our shipment
One Sugar Mill, 84x48 f One Sugar
of side rollers, and patent tradi turner with snare set
ful double spur gearing on massive Iron bed
second motion wheel ; also. Iron work for cane
veling chain complete ,
1RIFUGALSAND IRON FRAMING; FOUR
Diagonal Steam Kncine. o Inch -n Under. 1 8-inch
complete set of mountings and usual spares; one
c Under, n-inch stroke, working an improved
it inch stroke, fitted with feed pumps, and
gallon Syrup-receiving Tanks; one Wrought
feet deen: one Wroucht Iron Chlmnev.
cast Iron base plate and w rough Iron guy
10 feet long, 6 feet wide, haviug 121 -jK
of best toiler plate tube plates each
witna-u. i.stcamuoine,ana com
ONE DOUHLE EFFECT
criptlon will be given In later advertisement.
INO AKT1CLE1 OF
d Cane Cars of John Fowler Cos
CTURE AND PATENT.
revolulloniied and done away with all former method
nearly 60 per cent on animals and carts. Only six
tves, on Si-fcckelsvillc plantation, Maul, moved from
vear (producing r.eirly 10,000 tons of sugar), with
is now being adopted by Hana Plantation, Alexander
w ill, no doubt, shortly be adopted by cv ery estate on the
their cane. Mevin. FOWLER & CO, have sold
and a large number of Locomotives to sugar planters
at their immense works for nearly two j ears ahead,
system, and iti economy, over all other means of trans-
to hand and to arrive, vlt I
NE, 4-WHEELED, Coupled with Fitted Copper
Sand Dotes and Gear, Chimney and Spark arrester,
furtaiJie j ramway. 4 " K-ug , M n Kaus,
Sleepers, and Clutch Polls, Nuts and Washers,
Line, i8-Ih Rait, with fuh plates
all with side lever brakes, 78 yards curves, Inth
gauge, 14 lbs.
Three I.cf. hand Crossings, 34 inch gauge, 14 tt rails,
60 feet radius.
Six Left hand Croaingst 34 inch gauge, 14 S rails,
34 fet radius.
Two Three way Crossings, 34 inch gauge, 14 t rails,
34 feet radius.
Four Left hand Crossings, 34 Inch gauge, lUb rails,
60 feet radius.
Two Right luuul Crosaings, so-lnch gauge, 14 lb rails,
60 feet radios.
One Three y Crowing, 3olnch gauge, 14 tt rails,
60 feet radius,
on both bogles (stdclcvcl) 1 tot U Railway Toots and
Pender, hcrew Keys. Steel Crowbar Hand
and bhafts. bnades, Spare Clutch Polls,
Outfits of Hand'luoU
gauge, SinzW Wheels, AhU Dgses, cxmd
kccia ajwl Uushes, Spiral S(etngi,
Chains, Astutwl titbits,
nnder lha dtrtd suparslasua of mamUr of our
Ulhcrta Imputed ben, that detailing U hnJ t.
made lk syhiect U m, st-eclal adsenlseinelir Ml
giving a full list aad detcriitua 4 lU gauds U U
NDO.V AND ISLE Or ANCLESEA
ea-Lc full Cm ol General Mmnaodlaa tsp-xUlly
stamhr on haa-rl tranela ftlkd Loses crfCnuhad, GraJlu
is, Vovder, XXX Hour, llawaLan Kite, CaJievrnU
COUVLETE, TO ARRIVE IN JULY
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE,
From the cargoes of ih ULl OCK and other recent
tetsel, the following
Dry Goods and Clothing .
IMnli (if the talcs) stylrs,fat (elors;
Hint Dtnifflt, llrown I.lntn Drills,
While Crovilon Sheettnrf,
llornxk't lnrf Cloths. Waterproof I'eeiii,
rotsli ami Toweltnfr. (.lass lovtls.
Table Oolhs, Table Napkins,
Pure Llurns, Shnwlt, Drcx Gooiln,
Oreiwelines, White ami Colored SHIka,
Colore.! Satins, (Irass Cloths,
Artificial Mowers ami leathers,
Cotton Handkerchiefs, Silk Handkerchiefs,
'I able Covers, oolen, ColornlSatteensaml Crapes,
fancy Mistura anil I Hue ami Cray Hannels,
victoria Iji-sns, Hrooks Spool Cotton,
IJlue and White Check I.l.lados,
rANOY DRISS GOODS,
Kancj I'laids, Recatta Shirts, Wool Shim,
While and Colored Cotton Shtrti,
Fancy Scarfs, 1'ilot Reefers,
Men's While ami ltrtmn Cotton Half Hose,
l-adles' Hoe, Men's Read) made Clothing,
Ladies' Hats fwhlte, black and fancy straw),
India Rubber Coats, Capes and l-eggings,
lllue and Cray Horse lllankels,
Woolen lllankeis, all sues, colors and cl(lili;
1'elrrt 'ir;ie, t'rlrrl llii(t'i
Vetrrt tint! Tttirntry r.Ufile.
A full assortment of Cil'.NI Ll'.Mr.N'S ami LA-DIKS-SAUDl.l.SJ
also, Saddles for llojl and Olils,
and a few
I1KIULF.S, Saddle Cloths and Chamoti Skins.
Coal BnRfl, 20 ill T
Rico Bn nntl Twine.
(hitrnnttnt Varmtfiitcif itoohift (14 gauge),
In 6, 7, 8 and 9 fret lengths.
ROOFING SCREWS ANU WASHERS.
Annealed Fence Wire, No 4, j, 6 and 7, and Staples!
('aUanlmt Iron Hue lets, all sizes; t
(talvanlred Wash Ihuln,
Galvanised Garden Hordtringand Netting,
'Untied Iron Sum e pans, all sies;
'lealtcttles, real Jujun lll.uk Ing
PariHfi IMvhs and UavtUn Tile,
I-amii Seats ami Chain,
THREE iAWN TENNIS SETS
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
Fancy Glaw Flower Stands,
Fern Markets, etc.
PORTLAND CI:.MI:NT riRC 11UICKS,
f.irrrimnl Salt Hint ltnrll Siill, Iflnm, I'ntntt
ami llallril Oil; Worrrtlrr Nunc
English, American and Hawaiian
Three, fie and seven yards lon-j
TOPSAIL SHEET CHAINS,
Admiralty test, sixes , , f9 and .
POWELL DUFFRYN STEAM COAL,
KNGL1SII LEATHER I1F.LTINC, from "jtoit,"
Floor Oilcloth .
One .sx-loiaf rower Vorttthln Kntftttr.
Alto, Om Jirrr-iore Ioic-r Vertlrnl
wwir THEO. II. DAVIES 4 CO.
FOX PoUTAOLt Oil I'KKUANKNT
l j feet lengths; 14 lbs to the yard, just recelftd
per lki AttrttiH from Liverpool. Apply 10 W.
I. Green, or C, W. Macfarlane & Lo , Agents fur Jnof
-ENTERPRISE PLANINO MILL.
I7 FOKTSttUT, H0N01.VI.tl, II. I,
C. J. Hardy ud II, F. Beitelmann,
Contractors and Builders,
PUtnlng, Shaping, Turning,
Band and Scroll Sawing',
Doors, Saab, Bllndi, Door
and Window Frames,
Stairs, made to order,
MOULDINGS AND FINISH,
All orders filU4 on ihort notice, and Jobbing (rfomptly
attefhled to Mo-uk-tuig made to any nitern wuhout
itratUrje lot knUea. JMce of Machine oik,
$1 oa to -ft w per kour. io-r
II, J. NOLTE, PROFUItTOR,
lie gl U announr-e lo hit filemlt ami tli pubJIc U eo
era! that Ive lui tb4 th aWv Sfyoa where
I'roia , A. M., till la r. xl
Clgari, Pipes tad
Chosen Ly a personal stl-xtion Itou IIjsi-cUm tutHi-
fao-xiea, has Ua oUalned and will b
vs-u (H-sui-rM aim i
from ibrae to Iliue,
On cf BniniwUk & UslkVt leliUatad
It ceoMUed itk the euaUuhneat, -ahue lurws U
JIV lW (u cxi panitJpaU.