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SATURDAY, JUNE a, tMj.
tiii: rtcToniKs or rr.Jcr-
Sotdicrs ! tlrave merf that aathe, here to-day
Veterans, ye Inow what war l- none to well,
For you haw faced, In many a fatal fray,
The stem arhltrament of shot and shelli
Hare fen your comradee, hrothers, as they fell,
SfrucV ont of life, or maimed for life. Ve Vrrtw,
lleiier ltin cWc songs like mine en lell,
Red faille fields where thousands re laid low,
The last victorious charge, the final overthrow I
I'eae hat her victories, no less renowned
Than war, ant ihey more lasting- are ami true;
With ollre leaves not laurels Ihey are crowned,
Anil simple Unlet and rtreavures Ihey pursue.
We owe these vlctoriet to men Me you
Strength such at youra, when nation, are betrayed,
5tittngeonthe foemen certain ttssnMne.
Upon the deep foundation war hal laid
I'eace buildl her steadfast home, and It no more dis-
Ricliarii lltnry SlMitnl.
i.r.vnmv otiimih 111:111:.
Til" II neilrnf nl Tritntillr, .Vein llmnnrlrk.
It Is not easy to ghcan idea of the impres
sion iikIucci1 liy Ihe first siclil of the leicr.
Slicing men have fainteil and turned lck at the
l(jht of such afllictlon. The ward first sisitcd
it tliat ol tne men. 1 lere mete aie cicmpiineii
ailotis stages of the disease. To an Incxiic
dnceil C)c some of these men look 'well and
itiongt hut alail they will tctl )ou that the
ucniiiy syininums arc iiicic, cuuer in uim-uiuiu-tion
of the skin, meltings, contracted joints, or
some oilier fatal sign. One of the suicst indi
cations seems to lw the contraction of tin;
muscles lietween the thumb anil index finger,
this is said to 1 a peculiarity of the disease.
The flesh somctirfics liecoincs destitute of all
feeling, is Insensible to hums or cuts; in these
cases there Is great Internal suffering. There
Is now in the hospital a man vOiosc aim in life
seems to have been higher than that of his
companions In misfortune, and whose habits
aie such that the offensive nature of the disease
causes him Intense mental agony. He is In
appearance strong and acth c, ami his manner
most prepossessing, lie takes pleasure in gar
dening and reading, and pla)s the violin fairly
well. In his case the fatal malady has broken
out after Ijing dormant for three generations.
The most pitiful object in the house is a young
man who presents nn nsrct scarcely human;
he Is swathed in flannel and seated in a chair
near Ihe stove. Ills face and hands arc cov
ered with white scales; his face, from which
the nose has disappeared, is most fearfully dis
torted, an cscry now and then he gitcs a sort
of whistling cough that seems to come from
lungs In Ihe last stage of decay. The Sisters
say that hU whole Ixxly Is a mass ot these dry
white scales, mat Kiep constantly lainngon;
In the morning lilt bed is cohered with them.
His soicc, like his couch, though faint, is most
thrilling, and haunts one for many dan. Some
little boys, too )oung to realize the ought that
has fallen on their lives, are cay and happy.
having a very keen appreciation of the culinary
cuiuiuiis ui wic uuspiiai. jimuiii; wic uccu
pants of the men's ward there is a took of list
less sadness that one is glad to find absent
from the faces of the women, who, with that
facility for accommodating themselves to cir
cumstances pccul Jo the sex, have managed
to give their apartments somewhat of a home
like aspect. Here they sew, knit, weave, and
spin, and when their strength permits, assist
111 iiic aMiing ano nursing, lor wiucn worK
they arc alwa)s paid. Among all the patients,
male and female, there reigns a wonderful
spirit of resignation; their dcotcd iastof and
their no less devoted nurses, have Instilled a
spirit of meekness and fortitude very foreign to
their natures. They bow to God's will and
carry their cross, if not cheerfully, at least
bravely. The fixed Idea of each that his or
her disease is not leprosy and is not incurable,
is a merciful hallucination, for with their com
rades dving before them in all the agonies of
strangulation or suffocation, the prospect of the
same ending to their own sufferings would lie
almost too much for human endurance calmly
to contemplate. It Is not etiquette when in
the wards to speak of leprosy the word is
considered insulting; it is "famaaJie." The
revulsion of feeling since the favorable change
in the management of the hospital and of the
patients would be fraught with one dangerous
result unless checked by prudent surveillance.
The friends and relations who from time to
time come to visit their sick are not sufficiently
afraid of the possibility of contagion, and
would not sufficiently euard against it If they
were not checked by the rules of the institu
tion. An eminent Ottawa physician has given
as his opinion tliat the disease may be inocu
lated, may be imparted through the close in
tercourse of domestic life; that some firesides
where It has lone been harbored would be
dangerous resting-places, and that members of
lamiucs prcuisposcil to the disease are those
who are In the greatest danger of contracting It.
.SOME HTAIITL1XH STATISTICS.
Air. Joseph Nimmo, chief of the bureau of
statistics, in the treasury department, estimates
the sale of liquors in the United Stales for n
single fiscal ) car at $600,000,000, distributed
as follows I
Whit ttey, 60,000,000 cations
Imported spirits, 9,500,000 cation .
lmjiorted winrt, 10,700,000 gatlont .
Ale, beer and porter, 6,500,000 barrelt
Native brandies, wines and cordials.
Here are some comparisons that are, indeed,
"odious." The alue of the manufacturing
Industiics for the tame fiscal year ucrci
Flour and itW mill products . ..... ..$114,995143
Molasses ami sugars (raw and refined). ... 119.35,379
Cotton goods , I77,4'9i7J9
nwien couot. ., 5J.405.339
lljott and thoct. ,...,. ., , 146,704,655
It appears by the same census that the ag
gregate wages paid by alt the manufacturing
establishments of the country for the same) car
were $775, 54,343 not 3 per cent. In excess
The total Income of all the schools of learn.
Ing, public and private, from esery source for
the )car Is gicn as $95,403,726, not one sixth
of the sum spent on liquors.
The whole printing and publishing bill Is
All the libraries In the country, public and
private, ore said to contain 45,S23,g,!i volumes.
Reckon the average value at $j a volume and
It will gle as the aluc $91,057,876, to that
we dunk uti our books in leu than two
months. The entire church property of the
uiiiteti mates is amount $354,493,581. II it
were all to burn up, about six months of abstl
nence would replace It.
The census gives the total aggregate 0f ,U(C
taxation In 1870 (Including therein all territo
rial, state, county, and municipal taxes) as
io,59i,szi not one-nail tne direct tax the
litmor consumers by upon themselves) while
the whole public Indebtedness (exclusive of the
national ucui, 01 course, is set down at $S63,
676.758 which could be swent olT bv th ill
red wving fioin leu than a year and a half of
Sales of liquor, wine, beer, etc., In Great
Ilritain, for the scar 1870 aggregated ,119,.
081,185. This is a somewhat less turn than
ours, but It represents a larger consumption at
a much less price per gallon. The sum for
1873 Is reckoned at 140,014,713. The
x)iuiai.on 01 111c Uimeil Kingdom wa3l,8l7,
108 in 1871, and tliat or tho United States S,
8.i7l in 1870.1'
In 1871 there were 161,144 persons paying
to the United States government a retailer?
license to sell liquors. Consider the number
who eadel, the number of bar-tenden who
jerveU employers, and the increase since, and
it Is to conclude tliat 100,000 Is a moderate
estimate of the number who are now jolely or
nuinty employed In the business. Thus beside
the spending of $600,000,000 per ear for
Urink, an army of 300,000 persons arc with
drawn from all useful Industry, CViY.y lnttr
The King of Siam h again manifested the
excellence of hit literary roate by appoitlng
Mi. l'rank Vincent Jr.. the well-known author
of The Land of the White Elephant," a
KnWht of the Royal Order of lluspa Mala, and
Miuung him an elaborately chased and cm
boscti gold medal, ami a diploma, surmounted
by the legal arms, which exurcue the devout
wish that "the power whicfi U supreme in the
universe may neep ana gutnl " Mr. Vincent,
"and grant him happiness and prosperity.
Our leaders will rosuembcr that the tame tw-
Untalt recently honored anothei American
author, CoL T, W. Know, with the Intiituia
nf lli. lw. ..f.1... Vl-kt.- .M I
tllV VIUM III lUC tlllHC ClCllUll,
Etlw-ard Aakiruun, illiutiatlng the advantage
of t uitsbirwry, aayt it would require sUtecn
aianoa pcratma, vttum itwt tutrtnlae wheel and
eat ofUt4tan aontury 0410 to nuke
lt cetten tMk utl by oiu jwoijlr, which, It
"" mmawwinfii By a Biutureu tai Uxty,
. -. .TRUSSKS.
TRUSSKS TRUSSKS TRUSSES.
TRUSSKS. TRUSSKS. TRUSSfS.
TRUSSKS. TRUSSKS. TRUSSKS
HOLLISTER & CO.
Have juit received a large invoke of
Thn Coletirntnd Collulolil Trussos
blatCT mOM TUB IMCTOKY.
Wt HAVE SPF.C1AL FACILITIES
For Adjnutlnic Trua.ea.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Cor, Fort and Merchant tlreett ami 39 Tfnuanu street
ASTLE & COOKE,
IIONOIULV, II I.,
Would call attention to their Large and
varied Stock of
Consisting of the unrivalled Pari Steel
The Molme Steel Hiealer, and Furrowing Plow, Mo
line Steel Plows all i Planet, Jr., Culti
vatori. Dirt Scrapers ,
John Deero'ii Gang Plown,
Planteri' Hoes of the best maVes,
DISSIONS CULKHRATED CANE KNIVES
made to order.
Ames' Shovels and Spades,
oes. Canal Harrows, Ux
Yokes, Chains, hence
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS. SUGAR KEGS,
Sperm Oil, Cjhnder. Lard
and Kerosene Oil, Perfect
Lubricators, Plumbago, Al
bany Grease, Disston's and
S. and J. i lies, all stzesand
kinds. Steam Packing, flat
and Kound India Rubber,
Asbestos and Soap Stone,
Max Packing, India Rub
ber Hose, Ji to a inch. Pipes
and Couplings, Nuts and
Washers finUhed, Machine
Jlolts, all sues, Cold pressed
lllacksmith's, Engineer's and
Carpenter's Hammers, Pipe
Cutters, Winches 8 Inch to
94 inch, AnvilSf Vices, Tube
Scrapers, Grindstones, licit
American Harlronand Tool
ateel, lludders' Hardware,
all kinds ami st)les. Hub
buck's Paints and Oils raw
and tailed. Small Paints in
Oil, in urge variety. Dry
Paints Umber, cnetian.
Red. Ochres, Metallic. Ac,
Whiting, German Window
ais'td sizes, Manila Rope
No. 1 and a Flour, No. 1 and a Rice,
Crushed Sugar, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon, Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory,
Pure English Spices, Condensed MUk,
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES :-Th fat
tier Keronrn 0(lt HelorfM
trlfttyal iAnlng; 14 Inch, Jtttbtttr
Sprit! ami CVinrd JtraKr just at
hand. Slake Steam Pump Valves, Packing-,
Ac, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, I nitrating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston'i Patent Centrifugals Complete,
AUO ON CONSICNUKNT
California Hay. llarler, rolatoei, lUrrela
balmon. llams, Akbsiloa Mutur. lot Iloilrri
and bteam l'tpea, very cheap. Fence Mre
and tuples, Galvanited Roofing.
Wilcok and Gibb's Automatic; Singer Manufacturing
Company, Assorted: Remington Company, family;
Wilson Machine, tlw best asaurtment to b. found,
and at Ilottoni frices.
New Goods by ..try arrival from Boglaod,
York and San Franctico.
1 Naw Trtwrtlott Ettarjtia, 8-fcnr yowttr.
Order from th. ocher I stands filled al Ileal RiUi and
Nest door la IUcUIJ fc CV's.
Honolulu, ft. L,
Of'!" Hawaiian tO,ndv All kinds ot Repairing and
Wne.1 nuking oeculed 00 Ihe moat ademilK urus-
ciplev At this esuUishmrat tunes are
lalh. BUcksaulha'departnuU all wck will U turned
out la th futuw, u In the pau, by firx-clua
W. da not Con&M our kllealksn la Psir
whi.li J rtakti weired and proaainly eaccmia
tag. and Uu jxy
OrXt hw iks uOkM laluX.ai rwairt osvr bti Ml
ILLINGHAM & CO.,
PAINTS, OILS and VARNISHES,
Ki:nost:sr. ash AWtitvATisa oils
The largest assortment of PLOWS, for all purposes, to
lie found on the Island.
Harrows, Cultivator, Hone Shoe, Ox Voices,
Ox I town, Ox Chain, Fodder Cutter,
Com And Hominy .Mills,
Harden and Canal Ihrrow,
1 land Carts,
Axle Grease- very cheap
KEROSENE OIL STOVES,
1-amr, Chinde lien and lanterns nwitylef
I low, Heltinc, Pumps,
Powder. Shot and Laps
Shelf Hard ware,
Howe's Stnndnrd Amorlcnn Scnlet
For all purposes;
Irr (Jrnttn I'rretrr,
Call and evminc our floods. Our ttotlc is so con
ttantly replenished with t lie latest nnd most approved
Inventions that it Is .imKmibte to enumerate them
within the space of our advertisement.
TltS: LATEST SOVELTY,
Some thing which no one should be without, is one of the
MAgnono-Cftlclte) Fire-Proof Safe.
Itond Cases or few el Cases.
Read one testimonial out of many.
Rffort f Committtt of Ftrt tntu'ranci F.xerttt
At a meeting of the Massachusetts Mutuat Fire In
mi ranee Union, held at Nantasket Heach, August ?6,
t83t. samites of boxes manufactured by the Magneso
Ca telle fire-Proof Company were shown. An iron
Itux, aliout to feet long and one foot deep and wide,
with lining three fourths of an inch thick of Magneso
Calcite material, was filled with various documents,
greenbacks, and (art of a card of lucifcr matches. It
was then placed upon a bed of hot coals, and at least
four feet of dry, hard wood piled upon it. lite bot was
kept under extreme heat for an hour and a half. Not'
withstanding the iron cover of the hot was so badly
warped that the lining was In immediate contact with
the flames, on opening it the whole contents were found
in a perfect state of preservation. A small bond and
note cat t, designed to ( used Inside of vaults and safes,
was subjected to the same degree of heal for half an
hour, and Its contents were also found as free from any
appearance of fire or smoke as when placed therein.
H. C HiGELon,
Cma&. II. Cumincs
ClIAS. A. HOWLAND,
Eli 1 ah Howk. ir..
Alfred L. Dariiour,
Representative insurance officers.
AT THE OLD STAND. NUMBER 8 KAA-
SHEET IRON WORKER,
l'LUMIUNG IN ALL ITS 11RANCIIES.
Artesian Well Pipe all sizes.
Stoves and Ranges
Uncle Sam, Medallion, Richmond, Tip-top, Palace.
Flora, May, Contest, Grand I'rire, New Rival,
Opera, Derby, Wren, Dolly, Gypsy, Queen,
Pansy, Army Ranges Magna Charts,
Ituck, Superior, Magnet, Osceola, Ala.
meda, Ecliise, Charter Oak,
. Nimble, lnwood and
GALVANfZED fRON and COFFER nOlLERS
FOR RANGES, GRANlTr. fRON WARE,
NICKEL PLATED AND PLAIN.
Galvanized iron water Pipe, all sizei, and
laid on at lowest rates, also cast iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
House Ftunlalilatc Good, all kind.
All sites and grades, lift and Force Pumps. Cistern
Pump, Galvaniicd Iron, Sheet Copper 'and
Sheet Lead, Lead Pip., Tin Plat.
Waler Closets, Marble slats .
and bowls, enameled '
LAMPS AND LANTERNS
OAT Jr., 4k Co.,
, llosoici.li, II. L,
AND NEWSDEALERS, '
Would lake this method of infornlng'th. inhabitants of
Honolulu, and the other bunds slut
Ihey have opened a
Stationery tud New Depot in tlw New
Hawaiian Gtuctte Block, No. j$ Mar
chant Street, where they ve anmni
Ink a mI Muctluge,
In ijuaits, jiintt, hilf-)ltits, and cone.
Letter and Not Paper, Foolscap, Legal
s-ap, auiTtuepea, rapeterm, etc., etc
Orsier. IdAfMbruNU jmHn"ssvI ar as.arsj
Mijs.r A( saay tlnJrtd.
Prompt allewioa wiB b. given lo ik Maistag
of Papers to tubsosWrt on any ot sk other
, auu, aenu tr,usi
RED RUMKKR -TAMP..
BREWER & COMPANY
OFFER FOR SALH
The following tott.bf merchandiTTat landeJ from
lloston, In eacellent order,
Ex, American Bitrk Amy Turner I
NEW AND SYLISII
JIUaaiKS AXI I'lTAETOSH,
Vetlow Sheathing Metal, i6aml ta or;
Ali Manic, aswrieit aires;
Oak Manic, assorted sires;
Aho, to arrlte ter Stillman It. Allen!
DUMP I1AKKOWS, Jacobs' Patent.
Ax Handles ami Pick Handles.
Kerosene Oil, "Klcctric"lrand.
Cottage Kutniture, In painted sets.
Oak Lumber, I, 3, t4, 24, 3 and 4-ln.
Oirs, 16, 17 and 18 ft. ,
Yellow Metal Nails, and l in.
Vcllryv Metal Shcatini', 18, 20 and 21 at.
Manila Rope, assorted sues
Dairy Salt, in barrels.
Pine Barrel Shook and Heads
Pine Keg Shoolcs and Heads.
Cider Vinegar, In barrels.
Fxtract of fenion.
Extract of Almond.
17 Caslci and Hhds CrocVery, Glassware, Lamps.
46 Cases CrocVer), Glassware and Lamps.
45 lUrrels Crockery, Glassware and Iimps
Light and Heavy Hand Carts.
Knowlea' Steam Pnmpa, vstrlona altea.
PALMER & THACHER,
AND DEALERS IK
Toilet Articles and Fancy Goods,
No. 113 FORT STREET.
In untie! nation of the nublic want of a Drut? Store
conveniently located, where medicines can be procured
at all hours, we have opened a pharmacy In the Damon
I flock, near Hotel street. We carrv a Larce auartrntnt
of goods peculiar lo our line, which we offer at
VERY LOW PRICES.
Our Store U Kept Open Evening,
Our (stock of Drugs and Chemicals Is complete.
Our line of Patent Medicines embrace all the popular
j All the New Remedies, 1
1 All the Old Reliable Remedies. )
E HAVE TIIK LARGEST ASSORTMENT Of
In the Kingdom, sich as
Hair Itntahet, Tooth Uruthes, Nail. Cloth, Flesh
and Dath Hrmhes, Dressing Combs, Pocket Combs,
rine and Hack Combs, Cosmetics, Pomades, Hair
OiU, Tooth Preparations, Cold Cream, Camphor
Ice, Perfumes, Handkerchief Extracts, Colognes,
Toilet Waters and Vinegars, Sachet Powders, Hand
M irrors. Nail-cleaning Sets, Smelling Bottles,
Atomizers, Razors, Strops, Shaving Cups, llruthcs
and Soap; Toilet Soaps of every kind.
Camtinne, Dickey's Creme d Lis, Laird's
llloom. Hasan's flalm.
n, Mourauu a urtcnui yreara.
Lubln's. Saunders. Poixcara's Tctlow's. Calvert's.
and a host of other Powders and Rogue. (Undo
inc, ircauir opon, cic ; nne targe naming sponges,
Sponge Oasketa, etc
HE HAVE THE FINEST LOT Or
Ever brought to this Kingdom
I nfant s Dressing Ca&cs, Nursery Powder,
Prepared Fuller' Earth.
Putts, PulT-Uoxes, Castile Soap,
Rubber Tubing, feeding I
Tubing, I-ceding Dottles,
Night Tapers, Ridge's food,
Ta lor'a Arrow Root.
Soothing Syrup, etc
THE ONLY COM I-LITE STOCK Of
peotolea aid Et-OUiii
Plurtecrephio Caeemle ef eU klJeeU.
A LARGE AS&OtTUENT Of
Such as Sapolio, Elettro-SiUcoat, Silver, Soap, GUnt
ana umnona . erne ut, insect rowdcr, fly
Ant Poison, Rat Ihsstt.
Shoe lllarkinr and Dresslns;, Wacklng
DTusncs, sy)-vs, iiamccianis. 101 let raper.etc,
Wenmkt a specialty of FLAVORING EXTRACTS
of our own inanuucturet Hot "Water Bags, Rub
ber Cuattlons, Medicine Chest, etc
Otar Balioleaa Water.
caawN raoti THa udust rouNTm,
Which surpasses la elefsmc. everyihlne of the Unit eer
uouf bl to Uses. Islands, Is tniiaitabM.
W. manufacture SODA WATER and OINGER
ALE, and ha i ihe agency for tenulne Eulua Aiid.
N-JC UKCirHH OVM OOOBM
To any part of th. city, and ship to the ether Islands.
Orders from its. country wilt recem careful attention
and be shipped protupily. Soliciting h.-uU: pal
ronag, st are snery nspectrvUly, "
TatarHOSia, No. a;.
TNO, O. FOWLBR ft Co..
4aseesej efye aME f
mn pr0n4 a fitmttk Urn tNtel JMf.
With o snthoat Can aad LocuBsosivea. Stiicially
ADAPTaD rO StOAR PLANTATJON.
InfnsaailT,, assatssta, Trac
frkUB aUaMaSS) HMp BUM
, ,,. ,,.
fly the Suit and Kurttt we hare receleeil LARGE
ADDITIONS to our stock of
FURNITURE IN EVERY LINE !
And we are selling
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
We alio MANUFACTURE to order
(of every kind.)
Lounges and Bed Lounges
made to order.
Purchaser can Have their choice of
COVERINGS IN SILK OR PLA
E. P. ADAMS, Ant.
Telephone Na 71.
iEilif 1 1
HAVE JUST RECEfVEl)
The Zattrtjeat tot ef Perftaamatry
Ever Imported into this kingdoni,
COMPRtSINOOVER'SO DIFFERENT ODORS
Celeetmtea aVejUeetf . HtySaettJisi.
'.FANCYl BOXES,' & a
BOTTLES, ETC., '
AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN KINODOU,
And corns of Fort and Merchant itrsvets. tfonolulo.
Dxslr. to calf th. Wsfa.Uf ineesfae ef ttsnyhody so
TOKriNt INVSeTHKNT NtKlKf,
Akd TtaUa HvAvaif laMJaUte AaaS-Saat atastt Sftatl Mat.
resf ea Masspasssjstsssa ss. ataeafsssasisaraasasssssss ajaja at HV
ttataSa LasJjasssssSatsa BtpM
CHICAGO, BURLtNGTON ft QUINCY
T. D. McKAY TASSENOER AGENT,
If o. 32 Sf ontctmerjr Street,
Tourists and Eastern-bound Passengers
Will find it to their adrantage 10 maVe themselves
known to the undersigned, so as to fecure benefits not
Kenerally concetletj lo parties applying in the clly,
J. I. WILLIAMS,
Corresponding Agent for the Hawaiian tilandt.
TDK STOCK OP TMK
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
MUST BR SOLD WITHIN TMK NRXT 30 DAYS,
To make room for the Immense new stock toairlvewith
Mr. Chas. J. Klthel on the matt steamer
due on the 13th instant.
I1F.LOW COST I
I1KLOYV COST I
AT COS! I
Prints t i ......Mow cost.
Poplins..,,,.., ... .Mow com.
C Ingham', ....... ..... belowcost.
Cottons. .,,,ttf.,.. ..,.., ...tlrtlowcott.
Embroideries. Edgings and Insertions ,..at ctwt
Silks and Satins ..stcoit
Ribbons, all widths and shades at cost
Ruttons, all kinds and stles at cost
Fancy Fringes., .1 at cost
Cretonnes. at cost
..reduced to 75c, former price $1.50
Sweeping Reductions in
GENTS', LADtES' and CfllLUKEN'S SffOES.
tmmense Reductions in
MEN'S, YOUTH'S and ROYS' CLOTHING, HATS,
CAPS and UNDERWEAR.
White Shirts reduced lo cost.
Fancy Shirts , ...reduced to cost.
Straw flats reduced to cost.
Soft and Stiff Felt Hats... reduced to cost.
f lelmet and Cork Hats..... reduced to cost.
Great reduction in other articles too numerous to mention
TftfS fS A GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
CAIL KAM.Y, AND WITHOUT MIL,
At The Lasadlng MUllaerr House
CHARLES J. riSHEL,
Corner or Hotkl- and Fort Strbkts, Honolulu
' s. 4W -.
Nuturw strMS, and comer of Fort and Merchant streets
Ns.it. Ktaf stttMt,
ootTtaAoiOtm axb asnxBam.
etc, etc, ate.
a Ur,e Koch of hkh la coast ami
as., oa short antic., la bisk cottajM and
lasft ot mrt rlaTTtytioss, w a
BAND AND SCROLL SAWING
JACK tCaKWs ABB KOUJUU KKFT ON
jy.yt IWM jataAJ
"1 s, 1
WILL SELL HIS ENTIRE STOCK
AT REDUCED RATES
Tlin NEXT FOUR WFFKS
rRPVIOUs TO TIIK AHHIVAL Of A UROR Nf WKtL
SRLKCTEn INVOICE Of NEW GOODS
THE EASTERN AND EUROPEAN MARKETS
The Honolulu Clothing Emporium.
MRS. A. M. MELLIS'
Preeamehlng Eetahllahmeat Up 8tln
liriLDER A CO.
Importers and Dealers In
Aad BuUdlatc Materiel
or all kinds, just received, ex Ute arrivals, sevens
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 wr
faced and rouh Hat tens, Pickets, Rustic,
Lattice and Clapboards
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
All sues, of Eastern and California make, and for
sale in quantities to suit, at low prices.
Al&o, in Stock,
WfffTE ZfNC. I'AtNT OfLS,
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS,
GLASS AND SALT,
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
1 a A fine assortment of
- la Latest atria.
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No. s NUUANU St., HONOLULU, H. I.
Stoves and Ranges,
Titi, Copper and Sheet Iron, Sbetl Lead and Lead
Pipe, Gafvanlitd Iroa Pipe and ratings, Brett Goods
alt sliet. Artesian Weft and liflfulrif Pipt. Th.ua.
tut Tin and Iron vara, Haifa, Clouts, Slots. Wash,
stands, Marble and Enameled Iron, la Hock and foe
Sat. at letsonaUe rales.
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RXTRACT FROM TMR OFflClAU RRPORT
JUDGES IN HOROLOGY.
In cftMstderatlon of the facts tlettloprtl In this eRsmin-
anon, and tne pre pomirrance 01 elements 01 inner.
ent and "tomparatlte merit adjudged by Ihe
judge (each in Independent judgment) l
Ing e-nml t 70 per cent more than tne
nut hlgheM eshibit. they have
found It exceedingly difficult
to make such a classifica
tion In degree as will
OIVE EVEN-HANIH;i JUSTICE TO ALL
Hft ADJUDGE TO THE
AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY,
OF WA..TIIAM. .
Masvichusettt. U. S. A.
A first class award and such other special distinction
diploma, medal, or award as Is consUient with the du
ties and obligations of the honorable S)dney Interna
tlonal Commission, for the largest and most complete
eihlblt of liorologicat InMrumenls examlnetl
They llso proose, as the only means by which their
appreciation of the merits of the productions of this
company can be adequately or equitably tecognlred by
the committee on Judging and Awards, that a separate
first -class a Hard lie given for the time-keeping qualities
of all grades of these watches.
Also, a separate firstlass aard for the perfection ot
this system of watchmaking and the Improvements In
the mechanical parts of the watch, ling notably In the
mainspring and coing'harrel, the patent safety pinion,
ttie perfect epfcylomal, form of all the teeth ot the train,
in every gran of atch al.kef and the Isochronal ad
justment of the batance.sprlng.
Also, a first Us award for new mode of compeiitat
a triiaiHis in i-v t nwaiiii lut: me iiiisiijii
n cases, 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 W, Woerd, mechanical superintend
ent Amencan Watch Company, Wahham, Mass.
U. S. A.
The following Is the order of Awards made by the
Ssdney International Exhibition Commission to the
American Watch Company, of Wall ham, Mass;
Gold and Silver Watches Flint degree of merit and
special mention J Cold Medal.
Timekeeping Qualities of all grades of Watches First
degree 01 merit.
Perfection In System FIrit degree of merit,
New mode of compensating balances-First degree of
Improvements, finish and elegance of Cases First de
gree of merit.
Engraving, chasing and enameling of Watch Cases
First degree of merit and special mention.
QuuiesM. Woerd, Mechanical Superintendent First
degree of merit, special.
aWT There lelng several worthless watches hearing
the marks of Waft ham Watches discovered within the
past seven months, palmed ofT on the public as genuine,
the public are hereby notified of the fact and cautioned
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
SayM. WENNER & Co.,
91 Fokt Stukst, Honolulu, , I.,
Sf ANUTACmmiNO TEWEIXRB
Have re-opened at the old stand with a new
and carefully selected stock of
And Clocks, td kinds.
Gold Chains and Guards,
Sleeve Buttons. Studs, Ac.
Ladies would do well to call and examine our stock ot
bracelets. Brooches, Lockets. Earrings, etc.,
which were especially selected with a
view to suit the market.
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made lo order.
The repairing branch of our busineni we regard as an
mportant one, and all jobs entrusted to us will
be executed in a manner second to none.
Of every description done to order. Particular atten
tion is paid to orders and Job work from the other
Islands. While thanking the public for past
favors, we return to hope that our long ex
perience in these Islands will enable ui
to obtain a fair shart of prtronage
In ihe future. .
"QuUk aVafee fiHtf HmnU IVefre,"
la our mot to, and we shall keep in stock every article In
our tta of business, j 1 .301
1UTRS. THOMAS LACK,
Re. 19 Fert Street. Hetaelmlm,
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f loward't Machine Keedtea, all llndt
Conkelrs Silk, In all colors and sires (
Harbour's Linen Thread,
Clarke O, N, T. Machine Cotton.
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Dealer in Kirtu, ,"-
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Shot, Powuia, Cam,
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bar. on hand and foe tale.
HAT. OAM, BtRAN. BABXKT
(hole ot around,)
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and In fact every Uiing peitalnln in la. fet Uainex,
Orders from lb. Ultmla trill hat. ow ptoatM and
Alt orders la U addrctwd,
UNION FEED CO.,
Telephone No. ,,j.
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