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" i i ! m iiinmini n i minimi i ii m iij mum ii i jjauii i
f.'WBn 'w '' . ihm'i. wiw'yfqyav -
The people foully Here cppred
I heard their lamentation Ion I
I heard their tineing clear and strong,
t we Ihelr levnrter in lh West
The captains shout iti' battle-fry,
I"he thousand mtivler In their might
They turn Ih'lr faces 10 the lihti
Tby lift their hin.lt, I hey prophesy.
We unV beneath th master's throng.
Our chafing chains .ere ne'er undone ,
Now clash your lances In the sun,
And blee your banners with a long
(Sal hide III purpose-none shall wn
1. Messing thai the curve conceal,
11II lli Imperfect law reveal
Some portion to Hit perfect plan.
He bide Hit lime with patient ere
Whtle ivrant build upon the land.
He speak the word, lie wave Hi hand,
And from the stone lti temple rise
Now Freedom wave her joouing
Iteyond the foemen'e shields of gold ;
Marth forwanl tinging, for behold,
11ie light tliall rule while God liking
-A 6 flur
An ;.'rt JImhI Ktlttintiiy, iiirif lltlh
(llefore the Mission Clilldren'l Society.)
There icetn lo liavc been lo cleaily ilefinctl
era In Ihe prohibition moement, the first
where the mi of men hail to lie consincnl
that Ihe stale had even the h'rIiI. to prohlliil,
nml ernml the nresent era. where men ccne
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rally admit Ihe rich!, lml fall lisck on inc pica
that prohibition ilocs not prohibit ) i. c.lthat
such a law can net er lie enforced, cannctcr
secure the dclrel end. This I the anll-brolii-blllonist's
stronghold, antl no wonder that he
sticks to it o tenaciously, ami the pica iloc
look very plausible at first irht. It is certain
that prohibitory laws have not produced the
result expected of them. Tor Instance, there
is no doubt that any one who want It can Ret
a drink of liquor In Maine. In the country It
requires sonic cngmeerinR, tine usually hatlnR
Intend to some ncighliorini: town to get it,
hut in the cities there is no doubt that it can
be obtained with little or no effort. And it is
not strange that, In t lew of these and othir like
f.irt. the? faith of tn.inv should I shaken.
Hut the fault Is not, it seems lo me, wilh the
Itw, but with Ihe expectations had of it. Many
expected far too much, and, because all was
not realized In the reaction, fell lack Into the
belief that nothing was realized anil again
transferred their alleuiancc to license.
Hut what is success, -and what is failure?
According to my view, if a license law turns
out one thousand tlrunkarus in a gitcn tunc
and a prohibitory law turn out only nine hun
dred and nlnett -nine (other things being equal),
then the prohibitory law is a better law, and
should be sulMltuted for the old one, but the
old Idea of a successful prohibitory law was
onc'lhat stved, not the single one, but all the
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nine riiiuurcii ami iiiiiiiyiiiiic. i m-j um uw,
consider what they had gained, but what they
had not gained.
However, the prohibitionists hate learned
better, and states which once abandoned prohi
bition are returning lo it with more practical
ideas and better iinchincry to enforce thcin.
We hate hail somewhat the same exierieiicc
here. How often did we hear it said that the
restrictions on the sale of liquor to the mlite,
was no restriction at all, a dead letter, etc.,
but, now that the restriction has been rcmntcd,
we see at once, as we ncter saw before that
the law, as poorly enforced as it was, did exert
a strong influence for good. So with many
prohibitionists, they ncter saw what Ihe law
was doing for them, until they returned to
license, "lie contrast brought the hitherto
unnoticed workings of the law out in IkiIiI re
lit f. l.i.'t tuc here premise that the prohibitory
laws I am speaking of, are not those that are
Kicked up by the ideal warm public sentiment,
so much talked of and so little seen, but of the
ordinary prohibitory law, which his, say only
enough public sentiment back of it to enict it;
such a law as ue hate had for or, as some put
it, against the native, only made tinitcrsal.
What would be the cfTecl of such a law ?
Would it pa) ? Many say no. To secure the
pissagc of such a law, they say, would be sim
pi) to throw it into contempt. We arc not ready
for prohibition, we arc not educated up to it.
We had better not pass the law until we can
enforce it. This may be just and correct rea
soning, but to us, to say that such a law should
not be passed until it can be fully enforced, is
like charging bojs not to go near the water
until they know how to swim.
The 'unties having these two conflicting
ideas have the same object in t lew, It i a pro
hibitory law well enforced, but one tiatty would
obtain that end by not passing the law unli) its
members feel assured of Its proper success; the
other, by passing the law as soon as they can,
as the best means of obtaining that end. One
considers Ihe two-thirds tote necessary to carry
a constitutional amendment a guarantee amply
sufficient to start on, the other apparently does
not or docs as lo all law s but this. Now , w hat
will be the cficit ot such a prohibitory law in
Hawaii nei? We can best judge of this by
sccing what the result has been in other Stales.
In the first place, it would bring out once for
all who were the real friends of prohibition and
who were not; as1 long as the advocates of pro
hibition talk of it as something that is to conic
nluut in the dim future, a time more or less
associated wilh the time when the lion and the
lamb shall lie down together, men of opposite
tiewscarc little alniut it. You will sic them
wilh good natureil contempt signing petitions
for prohibition or tossing copiwrs into prohibi
tion contributions, acting in fact as friends of
the cause, while really looking on the whole
thing as the imbecile nioteincnt of a worthy
but harmlsss portion of the community. Hut
let men who mean business, and no com
promise, publicly denounce its sale as an out
rage on womankind, a nuisance to the commu
nity and a crime in the seller, and at the polls
demand its Immediate abatement, not for the
sakes of the drunkard or Ihe liquor seller, but
for their own sakes and their families, and this
good naturcd smile withers and bitter uncom
promising hostility takes its place, and the two
sides are then naily for the first time to settle
the matter once and lor all. He that is not
with me Is against mc, and the sooner it is
found out where alt really stand, the better.
Again, it would ciritc the sale from respect
able liands into the hands of the criminal class,
from open to secret sale. Many urge these
two Inevitable results as a strong argument
against prohibition here and clscw here. They
say, if liquor is to be sold at all, let it lie sold
respectably, or as respectably as it can 1, and
let it be sold oH:hly, so that it can be regit
latcd and restrained. Don't drite it from the
hands of those who will obscrtc the require
ments of the law , and pay a large ret cnuc ot cr
to the cotcrnment.
If the object was simply lo make Ihe liquor
business the least possible mischief for the
time being, by all means make the business re
spectable: nut un a high license; but if lite ob
ject Is to exterminate it, the more respectable
you make it, the more dangerous It is. One
of the worst thjugs that the abolition niote
incnt had to contend with, was the fact that
many respectable and Christian men were
slaveholders. A St, Clair was far more dan
gerous than a Legree. Legree routed the
sleeping heart of many a man. The St. Clair
unconsciously lulled the leeling at the noilh
gave to the cry of the slate the appattnt lone
of mirth, and ,nade the horrors that would not
down, appear the result not of thcs)stcm it
self, but of a few bad men engaged in It,
So with liquor. While for the time Wing,
it setms better to clothe it with retpectahilit),
In the long run, it Is suicidal. In Ann Arbor,
they hate otcr thirty-nine saloons lo ten thou
sand inhabitants, while we hate only ten or
twelve lo setenly-rite thousand inhabitants.
What a Sodom, Ann Albor mutt be, )0u say,
lly no means. I never was in a town whete
there was a healthier sentiment against liquor.
infinitely superior lo the sentiment here. The
fact Is those futty, lots, grot elhng groggenes
put together, don't wield the Influence for evil,
that one high luense, respectable, w eallhy, le,
tail wine and liouor dealer would here, They
aim tmlirfwit.- tti,tv (.- in lVi.ir lit, t.,v
Stripped ofiespectabihty, and revealed to Hie
public In that condition, they already see the
handwriting on the wall ; and of all the dajs
In the calendar, there Is none more dreaded by
them than the day when the State of Michigan
is at the ulls. Ibis -much any piohtbitory
law will etfccl, ami the law once ussed will
slowly trainer strength as time eocs on. The
State of Maine U mmh Utter able In cany
out her law than she was. There aie three or
four provinces In Not a Scotia where I passed
a summer recently, in which a license had not
been granted for otcr forty )ears, and iw one
ever dreams of advocating a license. Once iu
a while, a man comes In and commences the
illicit sale of liquor, but he is soon cleaned out
like any other nuisance, as a matter of course,
and without any comment. Maine also will
grow Into this. There ate thousands of her
children growing up. who late never seen or
tasted lutuor, and what little they hate seen of
Its use, has always been in cuiiiKctloa wilh
crime, disorder and cter)lhing that was low,
and tby are cowing to look ou Its prohibition
aa matter of course. Already rsmther politi
cal party iu Maine dare (or its life advocate a
return to licsMise, A wobtbltoty Usv'sssmits
stste- Dsuosva use aie M isMfeciau
though a large )iart of the prevnt generation
will catty their opposition to u 10 ineir grate,
as Southerners hue their slate prejudices, )cl
the qmilng generations Vill unconsciously from
their childhood up associate it with other
crlminil practices j anil, when called upon to
scrtc their country as jurors or law makers,
will support as a matter of course what must at
fitst I supported by constraint.
The continuation of a license law, especially
such as we now hate, is to educate the mind
nf tbe trainer to look on Its continuation as a
.. a" -- .. a A. a. ll,nH t i I Is an
matter ot course j iu accusium uivm , ---sight
of liquor saloons and liquor and its use J
to seeing men drinking and drunk, thus dally
ilradeninp their sensitiveness to Its ctlls. A
prohibitory law Is the Ijcst otucator mil can
lc had. and should lie enacted as soon as there
arc voters enough to pass it.
How curious the human mind Is? How
reasonable the most unreasonable argument ap
peals to uswhen wc wish it to apiiearo. We
have made a penal code and filled it with along
catalogue of piins and penalties in our eal lo
prcscttt law anil order and present misery and
crime ten year for this, twenty )cars for that,
and so on, etc. a liook full of it. and getting
bigger ctery tear, and then we sit down and
read, tint titty to seventy-five per cent, of all
the crimes that wc hate filled a look full of
pains and penalties topretcnt, arc produced
by this one agency of liquor, and then get up
and dub the mill a fanatic who thinks its sale
should be prohibited. Wc sacrifice the lite
of others on the gallows tn our real for the
i-nmnion pood and in our tlrtuous Indicnatlon
against crime ( and, after bathing our hands in
the warm hcarl tiiooii;oi a ictiow man inane in
the imaec of his Clod, and having jerked the
life out of his flgonied and quivering frame lo
prctcnt crime, arc not willing to dedicate to
the same end, even Ihe wine wc lake for our
stomach's sake. w. A. NlNNtY,
rm: xKir hti:ami:iii.
1 he Marinosa. described as the most clc'
gantly appointed ocean steamer floating the
American flag, sailed from her 1'hllidclphla
shipyard on May 19th, and will lie due in San
Francisco on the 10th proximo. She is now
advertised to leave there on the 201I1 of next
month, and ought tnarritc hereon the Jtith,
Invini' mi lioard Mr. Claus Snreckcls, his
family, a party of friends, and a number of
island pisscngtrs. inc Amnesia, a sister
ship, was launched at the Philadelphia ship
)ard of Ihe Messrs. Cramp, on the 3d ultimo.
She, too, will soon be seen in lionolulan
'Ihe following Is taken from a long account
reprinted by the San Francisco Merchmt,
from Ihe New York Nautical Uareltc s
"There are many new and striking features
in the Mariposa which will commend them,
selves lo the practical steamship man. She
will be a splendid warm weather ship, being
scry cool in summer time. Ihe fact that her
sides hate been cairlcd tin to her awning deck
Increases the factor of absolute safety, and, al
the same time, while increasing her strength, it
gitcs increased space on her main deck for
passenger accommodations anil the proper
berthing of her crew. It will lie nnliccil mat,
in lieu of the contcnlionil round side txirts.
she has square windowfHrts, which are made
secure in oail wcatlier liy iron snulters, which,
securely fastened, add much to the security
nnd safety of the vessel. The arrangement of
the cargo ports, both In trie sides nnd in Ihe
decks, puarantcc lint Her cargoes can ne
handled with celerity, and at the minimum cost.
The introduction of cargo delators lifting from
the lower hold lo the main ilech, is commcnil
ahlc and economical. Capt. J. Steel, who has
had the general supcrintcndcncyof the Mariosa
and her sister ship, the Alameda, on behalf of
the company, his d!spla)cd rare- good taste
and judgment in the general planning of these
vessels, and has largely contributed in make
them the most desirable ones ever constructed
for a special trade in the Pacific Ocean. '1 he
Messrs. Cramp, the builders, hate certainly
turned out a magnificent vessel in ctery re
spiel. She is of line model and superior work
manship, while in her engine department she
lias already shown that she will be a very
speedy vessel, and will steam in excess of her
guaranteed requirements. Much care and at
tention has been paid to compliance with the
United States liw s in regard to safety to life on
board, the lire department being be) ond stand
ard; she has six life boats, two life rafts, and an
excess of life preservers, and in all things in
this respect is aliotc the atcragc requirements
the Aianposa is comnianuen ny tapt.
II. Z. Howard, chief officer Mr. Colliding,
chief engineer Mr. A. W. Wilson, steward
The vessel built lo Ihe order of Messrs. J.
I). Spreckels & llros., by the Messrs. Cramp,
for Ihe intcr-islaml trade here, has been pur
chased by Hon. S. O. Wilder, who will prob
ably place her ou the route now occupied by
the I.ikclike. She is 800 tons burthen, and is
guaranteed to steam I2i knots an hour. Her
dimensions are length, 105 leet ; beam, it
feel ; depth, l6 feet. Mr. Wilder has gone
luisl to lit the new vessel out. Her saloon and
cahins w ilt be vv ell arranged and handsomely
furnished, and she will undoubtedly prove a
great acquisition lo the islands. The new
steamer will lease for Honolulu, July 25th.
The new inter-island steamer of Messrs.
T. K, Foster & Co., now being built at the
)ards of Hall llros., Port Illakclcy, Puget
Sound, will arrite here some time (luring the
last of August. I'rgincer Superintendent J.
M, Sass will bring her to this port. She will
lie 157 feet long, 12 feet hold, 33 feet beam ;
will have two upper after-decks, will carry 75
cabin passcogcts, and will steam II knots.
A London tuer sa) s that a fancy of the
day Is tlic ssorsliin of children. Victor Hugo
nml Mr. S inhume celebrate their charms and
simplicities in rapturous I) rics, ami now it is
the turn of the artists to prostrate thctmelscs
Iwforc the shrine of innocence. At the l'ine
Alt Society in IlomI Stictt there has hecn an
exhibition of children ami nothing but children,
Millais, .Stone, Ilerkomcr, Kiviere, and Mac
beth all sending some ideal study of childhood.
As It is certain that children cannot makegood
models, this rage for their portraits is all the
more remarkable, but the artist miyforgisc
the sin of restlessness for the sake of features
that are so charmingly unconscious.
VVahbunn, the Christianized chief of an
American Indian tribe called Algonquin, is
gising lectures in the north of England, on the
et its resulting from the use of "fire-water "
among his countr) men. Although tailoring
under some difficulty in the use of the l'nglisn
language, Wahbuno gis cs a scry, graphic and
interesting description of the modeof life pre
vailing among his people. After gising man)
instances of the maddening Influence of the use
of alcohol among the Indians, he expressed J
Homier mat the L.nglisn people, vslro passed
so nuny ss Isc lavs s, should not remos e the
great csil of intemperance front their midst.
The Temperance World sasst "Ur, Town-
son, ot Liverpool, an old abstainer, ami a
medical practitioner of much experience, rec
ommends the following substitute for brandy.
10 te useit in cases ot siuuicn illness or uin t
Tincture of ginger (strong), aromatic spirit of
- . . ... -
ammonia (sat volatile), ciuoric etner, ot eacn
equal parts. In faintne, spasm of stomach,
diarrhea, or suu.leii pain, one large teasiKwn
ful, mixed with one tabfespoonfuT of hot or
cold water, mar be taken, and repeated ever)'
cmarttr or half-liour until relieved, Tn be kept
In a well-corked bottle.'
A horrible discovery, is salj to hae U-cn
iiuJe by the OU Testament revisers. Tlie
hoiiI "rib" in the sccurol chapter uf (!cn
esis, uscil in describing the creation of V.c,
ouijlit more correctly tu be rciulercil " tail I
Tins i, iiuleul, cutifirmatton stioii of the
theoiics uf Uaruiii. Again, the "iaeiis"
which fesl Klijah sscru not rasens al all, but
" a iies," anj so another cherished illusion
A Nevs calami ctlitor wiole the following;
A man vsiiotsowmu us a little lull sam lie
wixilJ call last weet ami ay us, if lie vsas
alise. lie still appears on the street, but as
he did not call U is naturally supposes! that he
Is ilcail ami walking about losase luncial ex
penses, They are altogether elht hundred and
scrcnt),tvto baronets in Gicol liiiiain and Ire
land, some of whom are say poor. The Hank
of Knglaud and the Oriental lianw lxlh have
baronet cleiss. Another is in the Irish police.
A lady inquired. of a neighbor: how A certain
friend of ihcus, notorious for his laaincss, who
had been ill, was getting on i the reply vsas
"I belies c he is now able to sUun at hi
meals, but still has to lie dowu at his work."
An old bachelor recently gase the following
lout t " Woman the inoruisw star of lu
fascy, thst day war of wanhoaJ, the evening
star of age. JUtt our Man, and may they
Iwtvy be ksft at a telascopic, disUBce.
ILLINGHAM & CO.,
I'AIMS, Oll-S and VARNISIIKS,
ki:iiosi:.vi: ami i.viimcjri.Mi ott.i
The largest Rtortment of PI OWS, for all purpose, lo
k lounn on ine isianu.
Harrows, Cultivators, Horse Shoes, Ox Yokes,
Ox Hows, Ox Chains, Fodder Cutter,
Corn and Hominy Mills,
ftarden and Canal Harrow,
Axle (Irease very cheap J
Kr.KosK.sr. oil. stovi.s,
lamp. Chandeliers and lanterns newstjles;
Hose. Helling, Pump,
lAiler, Shot and Caps,
Howe's Stn.niln.nl American Scisles
lor all purpose;
lee Crrttm i'rfeafw,
Call and examine our eoods. Our stock 1 so con
stantly replenished with the latest and most approved
invention that it I imposuM
10 enumerate mem
within the apace of bur advci
rm: i.aiv.st xHrKhrr,
Something which no one should he v, ithoul.lt one of the
Mauncao-Cisloito Fire-Proof Safe,
Ifcmd Case or few el Cases.
Kcad one testimonial out of man).
Kffott of Cvwmitltt tf I'm Imnrana Erftittl
At a meeting of (he Massachusetts Mutual Fire In
surance Union, held at Nantasket lleach, August 36,
1B81, samplesof boxes manufactured hy the Macueso
Calcite 1 lre-1'roof Company were shown. An iron
box, nliotit two feet long and one foot deep and wide,
with tiding three-fourth of an inchthjek of Magneso
Calcite mtterial, wa filled with variou document,
greenlsKk, and jar! of a cird of lucifer matche It
wa then placed uriou a bed of hot coatt, and at least
four feet of drs, hard wood piled upon it. '1 he box was
kept under extreme heat for an hour and n 11111. Not
withstanding the iron cover (if the box wis so liadly
wari'ed that the lining was in immediate- contact with
the ll-unc. on oticning it Ihe whole content were found
in a ierfect state of preservation. A small liond and
hole case, designed to be used inside of vault and safes,
wa subjected lo the same degree of heat for half an
Hour, anu its content were also louna as tree irom Any
appearance of fire or tmoke as when placed therein.
II. C lllGCLOVV,
ClIAS. 11. CUMINCS
ClIAS. A. HovVtANI),
KelJAll HovvK, r.,
. AeFRKI) ln HARBOUR,
Keprcsentative Insurance officer.
AT 'HIE 01.11 STAND. NUMI1F.R 8 KAA-
SHEET IRON WORKER,
PLU.MHING IN ALL ITS HKANCHES.
Artesian Well Pipeall sizes.
Blove II111 Itttll;(!H,
Uncle Sam. Medallion, Richmond. Tip lop, Palace.
Dora, Ma), Contest, Grand Prize, New Rival,
Opera, Derby, Wren, Dolly, Gjpsy, Queen,
Pansy, Army Ranges, Magna Charts,
buck, Superior, Magnet, Osceola, Ala
meda, Kclip&e, Charter OaV,
Nimble, Iuwood and
RAI.VANIZEI) IRON and COPPER 1101 LERS
tOR RANCES, CRAN11E IRON WARE,
NICKEL PLATED AND PLAIN.
Galvanized Iron water Pipe, all sizes, and
laid on at lowest rates, also cast iron
Lead Soil' Pipe.
Hoiua FurnladilaK Goods, all kinds.
All sires and grades. Lift and force . Pumps. CUtcrn
1'uium, Galtanlied Iron, Sheet Cp(r and
Sheet Lead, Lead l'i, 'tin I'lale
Water Closcli, Mattl slakt
and LoU, ciuintlcd
CHANDELIERS twMl'S AND LANIKRNS
OAT Jr., & Co.,
HuNOLULV, II, I.,
STATIONERS tva4 MEWS DEALERS,
Would lake this method uf Inforiuin. lh Itjutiuiils cf
ltoiolu!u. ami ih uibcr ivUivJ irat
Ihcv ruv ojMned a
Stationery and News Depot in the New
Hawaiian Gazette Block, No. 35 Mer
chant Street, where they are prepared
to furnish ,
Ink nml Mucilage,
In quarts, pints, half-pints, and cones.
Letter and Note Paper, FooUcap, Legal
Cap, Envglota, Papeteriea, etc, etc.
OrJtrt titkrn far any jfriWiral r
Mjr IJsiir may m ittrnlrrti.
Prooipc MIcAtioil Jfeill t givfatotW Msiliiuj
A 111. ta suUcrtbcrs on any of tlvs Mhr
UlaJ t also, agents IW Ih.
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Orders rU k'tj KuLUr Stamn. rcclvsd and pcoalf
BREWER & COMPANY
The foUowtnf lot of merchandise just landed from
ttoston, in excellent order,
Ex. American Bark Amy Turner t
NEW AND SVLISII
lWUUIES A XI) I'irAKTOSS,
Yellow Sheathing Metlt tfianJ it ot
Ah I'link, wotted ite
Oak Clank, Atiotleil tltei;
Alto, lo arrive per Stillman II. Alien.
DUMP KAUKOWS, Jacobs Patent.
Ax Handles and Pick Handles.
Kerosene Oil, "Kicctrlc" brand.
Cottage Furniture, In painted set.
Oak Lumber, t. 2, i, 2lif 3 and 4-In.
Oars, iG, 17 and iS 0.
Vcllow Metal N'ails. xtf and l in.
Yellow Metal .Shcatlng, 18. 20 and 22 nz.
Zinc Wath board,
Covered HuikeM, k
ManiU Kojk, aivwted aire..
Dairy Salt, In barrel.
Nnvy Oat u in.
Pine Barrel Shook and Heads
I'ine Keg Shook and Head..
Cider Vinegar, In ti-irreU.
Kx tract of lnion.
I.xtractnf Van. la.
Kx tract of Almond.
1; Qukiand Hlid. Crocker) 1 Glawware, I-awp-i.
46 Catet Crockery, GLw,are and Iamp.
45 Barrels Crockery, Ghmware and Lamp..
Unlit and Heav) Hand Cart 4
Knowles Steam Pump, various sites
PALMER & THACHER,
ANIl DEALRRS I'
Toilet Article and J'Vmic; Gootln,
No. 113 FORT STREET.
In anticipation of the puttie want of a Drue Store
conveniently located, where medicines can Le procured
at all hours, we have opened a pharmacy in the Damon
Block, near Hotel street. We carry a large assortment
of good peculiar to our line, which we ofler at
VERY LOW PRICES.
Onr Store U Kept Open Evening.
Our nock of Drugs and Chemical Ik complete.
Our lute of l'atent Medicine embrace all the popular
J All the New RentrtJiet, I
(All the Old Reliable Kerned!, f
K HAVE Til It LARGEST ASSORTMENT DP
In the Kingdom, such as
Hair llruthes, Tooth Hruilie, Nail, Cloth, Flesh
and Hath Unuhes, Dressing Combs, Pocket Combs,
line and Hack Combs. Cosmetics. Pomade. Hair
Oils, tooth Preparations, Cold Cream, Camphor
ice, renumes. iianuKercmci i-xiracis, uoiocnes.
Toilet Waters and Vinegars, Sachet Pow ders,
Mirrors, Nitd-cUaning Sets, Smelling Hot ties,
Atomiers. Razors. Strops. Shavinr Cups. Brushes
and Soap; Toilet Soaps of every kind.
Ladiee ToUet Article
Such as Came 1 1 ine, Dickey's Crcmc de Lis, Laird's
Itloom, Jiagan s tiaim, oouramt s uricntai cream,
LuUn's, Saunders, Ptuoni's 'let low's, Calvert's,
and a host of other Powders and Rogues, Bando
line, Beauty Spots, etc; fine large Bathing Sponge,
Sponge Baskets, etc
Wit IIAVK THK riNKlT LOT Of
Eser Lruught to this Kingdom
Infant Dressing Cases, Nursery Powsttr,
PretMireil Fuller's Earth,
Putts. Puff-Boxes, Castile Soap,
KuUier'lublng, reeding Bottles,
Night Tapers, Ridge's Food.
Ta)lor's Arrow Root.
Southing S)rup, etc
THE ONLY COMH.HTS STOCK. Or
Spaotaoltsa and Ess-Oli
PhotOKrsspklo Cuasicla ot tvll klavsla.
A LAKCK ASMIHTMEXT ur
Such as Sapotlo, Elceiro-Silicon, Silver Soap, GUnt
l'apcr. Aril PuWmi, KJU Pate, M Kuuah un
Kals r nho. ttlacklntf and Dressing, blacking
llrushcs, Ihes, Diunlcctant,1ol!ct rapcetc.
nuke a tliectalivof H.AVOKIKU KXTRACIll
iit uurown manufactur.; Hoi Water Itags, Kuh.
Ur Cushions, Medicine Oieitt, clc.
SIM iisinonu s.cnicni. insect iowuert ri
Ossr Dalteiom Sodas Watar,
pasvkN ou Tim ranUNT rovNTAiH,
Which eurpawes tn elegance ever)th!ng of the kind ever
trough! to these Ulanda, ts uuraltaUc.
We uanufaciura SCUM WATtK ami C1NT.EK
ALt, and hv ilt. agency fur genuine Kastcrn Apple
sjc nKi.tr kr uvh aooua
Co any part of the city, and ship to the other IvUnds.
Orders from Ih. country will receive careful attemlou
ana be snippet! promptly, noucutng in. puoiic pat
ronage w axe scry respectfully,
PALMKK ft THACIIKR.
TlLsrHONa, No. tor.
TNO, O. FOWLER Co.,
r fnpmrHt fa VtrnMa j'im aaasei '-
tessX 4 for Mtiet
With or without Carl and laeoavolirei. SptMly
ADAPIEU FOR SUGAR PLANTATIONS.
I'ernuneal. Railways, and Lacoaaotlsts and cars, Trc-
ia Maduaen, Puis"
Mosssto and lao-
Aerill Isst ssva. rate
uon anain.. m mtmm
gief 1 as. aan leaps, aw asaslll
ta ara. eeWe. of eW uatWteacw. w. lx fi
U. w. WV'flMII Vf XO.
Urs If '
Vuvniture Coin pan tf
hy the Smet and KuttA wehatt received I.ARC.K
ADDITIONS to our stock of
Furniture lu Every Lliic,
And we are telling
AT THE LOWEST1 RATES.
V alw MANUKACT1 Ultimo order
(of .very kind.)
Lounge and Bed Lounge
made to order.
I'lttriatem rttti futrr tfirlr fhntrn of
COVERINGS IN SILK OR PLAIN RKPI"
E. P. ADAMS, Agent.
Telephone No 72.
HAVE JUST RtCEIVr.I)
Tlus Eaursxeat Lot of Pevrfumary
Ever Imported Into this kingdom,
COMI'KISINOOVKR 60 D1FFERKNT ODORS
CavlaWsstad Lssstdssora; MfssMttfttcrtnr.
OIXJR CASES, i
AGENTS TOR THE HAWAIIAN KINGDOM
Mo. ft9 XuBaatB aUrsssstt
And comer uf Fott and Mcrvbant streets, Honolulu.
HE PACIFIC MUTUAL.
LITE IMtmAMCE OOMPAMY
Dcrc 10 call tha varticular altemvM of f vcrybody to
TONTINE NVtSTMENT rOUICIKS,
Which souala liw " IndbpuutU CUute ,"
, No KcMrktioni on 1 t.ttl or RwUence.
Fr froas Panger U forfeium
Alw Th DaiostT Esoowmhit Poller, rvd the Mu
Susl I. vevlw.nl Pokey,
Tats kouoGfelM i
r .jiiiIi leailii all rlilssl
aUeaaflUafaW I atafaSsVss ksOAalAaLy auaj aftu4V BssV eVat
T for fcsVw lalnaiaila, sveSaja, )&-.
Ill-sf Ciaasal AastM (m ssss WiVvsiiin tela
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON A QUINCY
T. D. McKAV PASSENGER AGENT,
Ho 32 Montgomery Street
Tourlitt and Eaitern-bourul Pauenfreri
Will find it to thetr ad.antARe to make thetmelvei
known to the undmlgnul, w a to ecure benefit not
generally concedeu to pan.ei applying tn tne city.
I. I. WILLIAMS.
Corresponding A sent fur the Uan aiun lilandi.
THR STOCK OF THR
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
HIST MC HOtll WITHIN TSF KKXT 30 IMS,
10 make room Tor the tin mi
f nve new Mock, to arrive with
Mr, Chav J. Fnhel on the mail stromer
lite on the 13th InMant
HKi.ow cosn I
Pt'intSt 1elow coit.
P01 hns. .
.lie low cost.
, lie low com.
Fmbroideries, F.dging and Insertion ,at cot
Silks nnd Sat 1 in nt coM
Kiblions, alt widths and shades..... at Cot
Muttons, all kinds and tIes 7.,.,.,.... at cost
..reduced to 75c, former price $1.50
Sweeping Reductions in
CENTS', UDIi:S nml CHILDREN'S SHOES.
Immense Reductions hi
MEN'S, YOU TIPS and BOYS' CLOTHING, HATS,
CAPS and UNDERWEAR.
White Shirty reduced to cost.
Fancy Shirts reduced to cost.
Straw Hats... , reduced to cost.
Soft and Stiff Felt Hats reduced to cost.
Helmet and Cork Hats. reduced to cost.
Great reduction in other articles too numerous to men lion
THIS IS A GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
CALL AKLY, AND WITHOUT FAIt,
At The Leading Millinery House
CHARLES J. FISHEL,
Corner or Hotel and Fort. Struct?, Honolulu
.. HOU.UTER OO
Nuuanu street, and corner A Furl and Merchant streets
No. lee King- .treat,
OOMTRAOTOR AXO BUILDER,
etc, etc., etc,
a targe UusL of which Is constantly oil hand, enaUuig
ine, un shoit notice, lo rinUh collages and
buildings U every dcaiiilou, In a
thorough ana wurknunuk.
eTalsMavs of atll klavtU ynmXj aUava,
and al low pruev
UANI) AND SCROLL SAWING
al all luaet.
JACK SCREWS AND ROLLERS KKrT ON
Wilh cwBpetent vxekawa. la. tewnji aad liM u
cmion of aH roVsts enlniile.1 sa ass. I has) la
eaarit and ffqsmi a fair shaH sJ SM
aaa a, aeaajaiaaa-se, i.eaBaBaaaBBs
Wll.l. sf.M. 111S t'.NriKr. STOCK
AT REDUCED RATES
illlf NKXT rOUR WKKKS,
tSFVIOUS TO Tltr ARRIVAL OF A LA.r.P ANh W FIL-
TIU: EASTLRN AND EUROPEAN MARKIUS
The Honolulu Clothing Emporium,
MRS. A. M. MELLIS
Dreumnlting EeUbllehment Up Stalri
ILDER ft CO.
Importers and Dealers in
And Building Material
of all Mndi, jiM received, ex lite arrival., eera
targe ana wen eiec leu cargoei ui
i NORTHWEST LUMBER,
comprising all the usual stock sires
In Scantling, Timber,
Planks and Boards.
ALSO "DRY REDWOOD,
Scantling, Plane surface and roucli Hoards ur
faced and rouifh llauens lVisets, KuitiC,
Lattice and Clapboard
BOORS. SASH AND BLINDS,
All ues, of Eastern and California make, and fur
sate In quantities to mi it, at low tricci.
Also, in Stock-,
WHITE ZINC. PAINT OILS.
METALLIC AND OIHER PAINtS,
GLASS AND SALT,
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fin ajtsorttnent at
la Utaat atylaa.
, Locks, Bolts,
AT LOWEST PaUOES.
- BNGLING H. Ces,
No. $ NUUANU St., HONOLULU, II, I.
STOVES ssasst RAMOEB,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron, Shte) l-ead and Leid
'ipe.Cialvanlied Iron Pipe and linings, lrau(oods
all sliei, AnesUn Well and Irrigating l'ie, 11m in
uaHlii and Iron wart, Uathi, Clovets, Slnkv Wash.
stands, Marble and Enameled Iron, in slock and (ur
Sale al reasonable rales.
Ttdrakoavt) Mo. 811. "s'l'
D. K. CROWLEY, UVHOUnrERER,
At J. II. IIRUNS1 Jr.,
Car- Kissaj tufl BaUsssl SSMttta,
Is a Thorough IWtkal Wotknun,
COME AND SEE.
Every Ueil!oni tlm-CU
UetltllHtf hm1 Fmi-uUhi-i)
IK STOCK ANP MAM TO OHU.
riFTY VARIETIES OF SILK
for farls Suiti, Louagte awl Easy Chain, s
socs siAhvrASivata or
Tin tftw tM4hKnUrij( Luxury tf (h A&,
' Nanus's steeat twirow, Halsur kW," Is. lo U as
ayasl ia ska ibjmi iaafiiiiat aayiaiavif aa ska
ixrxAcr most Tin official sifdkt
JUDGES IN HOROLOGY.
In consideration of the facts developed )i this tiamin
atln, artd the prfinrHlftanc of elements of Inher
ent and comjmrntlrc mrrlt ndjttdertl by the
Judges (each in indendtnt Judjtmenl) tx.
tn eiptst to 70 per cent nmre iluin the
nest hlglieM eshitni. tltey have
found tt exceedingly dilticutt
to make such a classfftca
ttnn in degree as will
CllVt: LVf.N-IIANDLI) JUSIIfL TO ALU
WK ADJtlx.K TO THIf
AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY,
Mass.scliu setts, U. S
A first'Clast award nnd such other pilil dUtlnction
diploma, medal, or award as U consUttM with Ihe du
ties and obligations of the hoiioralle Sjdney Intenw
tionat Conirmsston, for the largest and most coinptetfl
eihtbit of horoI'Jiitca! Instruments esamtnetl
They ilso propose, as the only means by which their
appreciation of the merits of the productions of this
company can le adequately or equitably recouniied by
the committee on Judging and Awards that separate
first class award 1e jjUen for Ihe time keepinj qualities
of all grades of these watches.
Ao, n separate first -tlass award for the r feet Ion ol
tills system of watchmaking and the (mruvementfl In
the mechanical tuts of the watch, Iwtng notabl) In the
iitninprtn and eoing Ikirrel. the patent safety pinion,
the perfect epic) louiai lurm 01 all tiie teetn ot tn tram
In every (trade of watch alike, and the isochronal ad
Alw. a first-cLm award for new mole of romj-eruatj
A!. a separate firt'tla award f.r tli Improve
rncnta in rates, the numW of artistic forms arid de.lgnt
used, the beauty and elegance of Iheir fuiUh, and for
their new and indestructible method of ruainelinff.
Alv) toCliattes W. Wocrd. mechanical superintend
ent American Watch Company, ttalthain, Mass.
Ua S. A.
The fol.ov.lnK Is the onlerof awanls mada ty the
Sdnev International Rihiuilloii Commission to the
American Watch Company, of Wall ham, Mass :
Gold and SiUer Watches First degree of merit and
special mention : Gold Medal.
Timekeeping nualitlcs of all grades of Watches-
degree ot merit.
Perfection in SMem First degree of merit
New mode of com ( ensating lalaneei- Ftrit degree of
Improvements, fmiOi antl eleince of ffnves First de
gree of merit.
Kngritinff, chaMnff and enameling of Watch Cases
. First degree of merit and special mention,
Chjules-M, Woerd, Mechanical Superintendent First
degree of merit, special.
nz Mitral wortlile&s watches bearing
the martsS of Waltham Watches dicoerI wuhin (h
pait seven months, palmed off on the puMic as genuine,
the public are hereby notineu oi the lait nnu cautionea
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
M. WENNER & Co.,
91 Fort Stuhkt, HaNoLCU', .l
Have re-otwned at the old Mand with a new
and carefully selected .toe It of
And Clocks, all kinds.
Gold Chains and Guards,
Sleeve Buttons, Studs. &c
Ladies would do well to call and examine our stock ot
Bracelets, llroochcs, Iockcts, Karrings, etc,
which ere especially selected with a
view to suit the market.
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made to order,
'Ihe repairing branch of our business we regard ai an
niportant one, and all jb entrusted to us ill
be executed In a manner second to none,
Of every description done to order. Particular atten
(Ion is paid to orders and job work from the other
Islands. While thanking the public for put
favors, we return to hope Out our long ex
penence In these Islands will enable us
to obtain a fair share of prtronage
In the future,
Qittck SittcBitmt Small Profit,"
Ii our motto, and we sludl keep tn slock every article In
our line of business. i3n
1UTRS. THOMAS LACK,.
Ho. 18 Tort StrtMt HstSssslsUss.
IMKrUa AND DKALKK IN .
Part; Altiirlimrnli, Off mhi! Arcftrln.
ACKNT rOR THK
Whits and th. Lk.iit-Rvnnixci New Hosia Machine,
Howard's Machine Needles, all kinds
Cortkell's Silk, in all colors and tUes I
Harbour's Linen 'Hircnd,
CUik'. O. N. T. Machine Cotton.
Mint. Dtmomt'i Ktliatlt Cut liVr Fatlimt
Ovns and SruariNQ Cooin,
Shot, Fovtusii, Cam,
KKHUHKSK STiiVtCt, U aH .lew.
Sewii'gllachlne, lxk ami. (iun Relrtng proiDtI)r
NION FEED COMPANY
base on hanU and fo; sate,
(whole or ground,)
and In fact everf iWng pertaining lo ihe Feed Iausmm,
Orilcis from the liUndt will have our proof and
All orders 10 la addressod,
UNION IKEU Ct),,
TelephoiM Ko. tjy
KNOWLBS' 8TKAII ANB VACUUM
C, AXEH'EA' sV C ACMHTS.
Having on hand a faN and rinaJalt
stove lafclaaiatl antnpa. w4 wtaivasfjaf .
sssvMasaasseH.SM marawas Haas ssjli.
tSasS SMsMMSMI ( fgeBatMaTaSeS afeaKaeBAaLaBf
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