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SATUIsDAY. AUGUST 4. 1M1
tiii: .inn: hi: ur .1 lit: nt it. in: 11.
I am a reformer, theoretically t I hae Iwen
fine ert since I can rtmemlwi. When I vsas
a small 1)0), I ssas full of cheme for the
Ix-nrfit of my fellow mall children. 1 re mem
lier one plan in rlicnlr, Ix-rnnse it glihftl
me innie local erlelttily at the lime. 1 e.uly
acrtulrnl rrtnrnantl ptly for lliosr unfottnniite
ml'hcailnl children ho liecame Ihrrehj the
target of nienlle rlilirtile.
One ilay I came home ainl fftwml tint
Deacon (iooilhiie ami llrother IlULsler hail
haiicnnl in to tea Nest to hrr only nephew
ami thriinp snlml, my bikvI Aunt allxrlne
Isrst Invcilmlrtistrrs. When it wa iraclicahle
he alwaliaj) the nrlhlot iiinrrant of the
loni; (ircuitfriin San I randtro to San Lran
ilrrs home for Siinthiy ilinnr-r, ami Ilftn tinrwl
hue that was Im lure he marrleil trawl to
mine alone Vnist fur luck," Ixaahl.
I remrmipcr that rscning ilisiinril), for
srvrial reaaom In the lirst place, we hail
fridl clikhrn fur teas ami 1 rcnuMiilier it ssas a
)cllow Irnc'l pullet that vsas killol, "Iwcame
slie vsas plump, ami Mmil.l ail up lemler, ami
In-cant millnoK was lni rioI for llrnlhcr
Itlakilee." In ihe sccnrnl place, Deacon
(Hxlhiie ale ui many svseet iIoct tint there
i-ic none left for me. In Ihe thin! pUce,
lietausr of the sequel.
Sxin after sv hail taken mir scats, Deacon
(looillitie Ik-stum in talk aliotit mmlonarv work
in Ihe Islamls, ami what a Mcsseit tliliif; it was
to Klre ami rerrltei ami how the MRlng
iieamrii in uic isi.inus --way on in tlie l.wiin
i.f Ihe sasly ilecp " which svas a very f.ne unv
of coveting up the ilntcii'i's lack of crngraiilit
cat lotc were "a lwln' down in llielr lil'ml
ness In sticks an' Hone nn'slclis" and hnn
much Ihcy needed Mime one In no and nrracli
In Ihcmi and wouldn't llrother llhkslce like
liijo? Hut llrother lll.ikslce lliiniulit he could
do n heap of vi in "that dure circuit," as
Ihe deacon called ll. The trulh was, ihdt ihe
neacon ami tnu minister were Imlli rather fond
ol my Aunt Catherine.
W hen Ihcy had lold all thev knew aliout the
poor heathen, I Ihouuht it ss-as lime to sptlng
my scheme on 'em, mi I oicncil lire with this
tKilnl black iim-stiim to my dear L'ood aunt :
" I say, auntie, don't sou think il would he
nice to ilium n scliml lor reil headed little
Imys and clils ? Then nolxnly couliln'i call 'em
orick top or 'carrnta' or 'stravslicity
Monde' or 'lilim,' When ou die, auntie,
I want )ou In lease mc nil milrinones-, and
lour Un-.icic lot up at Mmr.iv's Corner, ami
I'll liulld the lii;et school for 'linnet heaiU'
you tier sass.
Aunt Calherine Muhed mul lnoliil nnrnm
fortahle, and lliolhrr IILiktlre rnuplinl; Imi
Deacon Condhue hiii;lied, a fecMc, rasping
chuckle, and Mid i "Why, Tan", loti'.l Imrn il
iniwii uic ursi nine sou lorfjot lo put sour head
iiiulcr Ihe imiuii ln-tore uuinir to lied.
That was more linn I hid Inrpained fori I
wanted to ink iIiioiikIi the lloorj I wailiil for
Ihe other to I ni;h, hut Ihcy didnl. I f.mcieil
my aunt looked coldly nt the deacon; and
llrother IlliUlce Midi ".My dear Alfred,
your principles do joii a great deal of credit; I
sliouhl lie proud lo call you my nephew," ami
then he hxikeil sheep's eyes al my aunt, ami
(he looked sheep's c)es hack. The deacon
went Home alone lhal night, nud it wasn't
many months luforc llrnlhcr lllaklec did call
So one of my eaily reform schemes did sonic
KmkI, whether any little children except my
self wcie benefited liy it or not.
lli.ivetoldili.it brief circumstance at some
lenKlh, because I whh In establish my statin
as a theoretical reformer, and In prepare the
citizens of Honolulu for this ideal scheme i
1 want to establish Ihe siesta in Honolulu
uikhi the following Insli Open stores and
business houses al from six lo eight a. m.
Close them from eleven till iwn, keep them
open again fioiii two till lulf.pnst sii. ltctwccn
those hours let all men, by rn).il edict, rest,
I-et them sleep, diwe, snooze, loll, recline, sil.
It Ihe Kct of ihe Catctlc delay his dels ing in
the rich mines of old Hawaiian melcs. Let ihe
rabid ihtmstcr of the I'rcss deodcrue his pun
gent pen. Let the locomotive thinker of the
Hullclin, whistle "down brakes." U-t Ihe
tilous pilgrim of Ihe Advertiser refrain from
iiksomc sclf-cxaminalion, Ia-i aslois ancl
barristers foigct their disputations. I.ct cixiks
forln-ar to perspire, and hotel clerks forget to
put on tljlc. Let the rnustalmui and his I dm
desist to haggle about wiges. I the piebald
prisoner neglect to oerw ul. himself unin the
blistering pave. In the language of the imcl,
"Ois'c us a rest I "
Said a professional man to me, only la ..
night, "I lielicve it would pay. I believe just
as much would lie sold, lust as much renliied,
and twice as much comfort promoted, as by
Ihe existing order of things." Said a business
man lo whom I repeated the plea of the pro
fessional, "I endorse thai writin.'"
I.et us then organise the Siesta Society. Mr.
Ellis will procure for us the charier. .Mr. Nolle
will lend Ihe scheme (he weight of his inllu
ence. Mr. Clnrlcs Warren Stoddard will lend
us bis valuable example. Let us then initiate
tlie "wnoopup. Ai.mi.ii IIakiiie.
iMMoit.ti.irv i. ii inn ri.,ivi:s.
Kiiirim .SAi'tiuiiAY l'KisSir- Noticing
the decision of the jury in the late libel suit,
in which a sheriff sued the Ko Hawaii I'ae
Ain.1 for excising Ids Immoral style of living,
the whole community can now congratulate
themselves that a unanimous verdict was ren
dered in favor of the press, thus, thereby,
recording a precedent for all time that those
holding government positions cannot break the
laws with inipiinliy. That there arc many
officials leading just such immoral lives is a
fact which Is too well known. It is lo lie
hoped an " Exponent" will lie found in each
district, who will male it his duly In hold
Ihem uji to ridicule, thus comclliiiij them to
admit lives of rectitude or resign their already
It is a mailer of extreme regret that a peo
ple, the miloiity nf whom live m,,ril in,-.
should lie compelled In iv taxes which .in. in
Ihe smallest projmrlion whatever paid out to
As there Is a likelihood of a society for the
prevention or cruelly lo aniuuls Mug founded
on the islands, it is lo Ik hoped that its atkn
lion will be called to this subject, as there
certainly is no surer way of hurting a mm than
through his feelings, and to I coerced into
u)!ng taxes which ate to lc uvcd.in supimrt
ing immorality must assuredly lie repugnant lo
Ihe feelings of any man who respects his
mother or sisters. A government which will
close its r)cs lo Die failings of its servants Is
not "fur the people and by ihe people," but
is an unconstitutional monarchy,
Leprosy, rum and immorality are the main
channels through which lids Hawaiian nation
is running Inln ihetewcmif extinction. Those
who lend helping hands to arrest the on
sweeiilng tide should leceivethe praise and aid
of all friends of the genlle Hawaiian.
It Is lo lw hoped hat those officials who are
leiding lives which they would lw ashamed to
have said that their parents had led will take
warning and reform, or that n public sculimmt
will Im created against Ihem strong enough in
compel ihem In retire lo a privacy from where
their sl)tc of life will mil lie conspicuous
enough lo have them aitc.ted for bieaking he
lw. WML Willi in.
The Amciicait Register says thai one of ihe
prettiest and weirdest suicrsliiions of the
wrecLcis on Ihe Southern nu coast of the
United Slates, is lhal which oskcxtcs ihem on
a storm) night, when muttering sionn clouds
angrily agitate the seaward sky, emitting
blmding llgtatf flashes of clectiicily from thiir
idoom and accouqiait) ing the howling gale
with pcali of nature's ehuiuence. When Ihe
ttotin-diiven, white-capi-cd. breakers break
luuiblingly over the sandy beach, adding their
ghostly phosphorctceni glare la Ihe lightning
Hath, il is then that the grim and U-ardol old
wreskcrskce a suiwrnatural panorama alomt
trie siirar-itrcVcsl. fivtmliic licach. f'.iini ulisn
tmns of lllfalrsl nuiincis ho fouiui crarcs
I..1. I. ...I M..I t . "...
ui uic aiy uccii line m uixn tlie mllins I i . ." j-" - ii "u u
ssasts, Ihcir inisly forms enshr.Hi.lcl m Lh ' " ' he middle of a nied.lcr,
pine Ua.,et, nf BlU)ily sluiw, and ,,, j"ha U at,t , Ire. arj' wal for a coss
aisa,Hcari.iC hoh- ssiihin the sxaiery ..l"1 V up loyvui.i lw lr,l.
-.l'.L-.. .-...!. .... .... . . .'."
insii aiivann; upon me tuitiuicnt lirrakn
lop as if lit an ciulcatoi lo reach the land,
beyond hkh a j;i')' halre.1 motlicr, pr
chance, assails ihe csuuini; of her sailor fjy,
u a ifc, and ihe "little one at hotnc" kio
old sshile ssaitiiijj and sighing in vain f.
4u s vlilp to cxime. The scnc as ilcscrito
ly ihe. stircLers, altlwuh plainly told, is
eloquent. They H-al of n lescicntlally, and
Uki nu condilioii will some of ihem srnture
out uK)d ihe sioriii'losu-d U-ach duriiij; the
ptcvalcnec of au olVslnne storm.
IjeoiM Klioti AH'cctlon ii the broadest
basis of a uod life.
jails. .' i.ls, , ji
flllrt:il M I HTML
The dm promts wire the iailn-i jnd
iMiblrst linr')rNin tin rativ of humanity and
utilization Ihe fate of ( ntcman, who was
I Ihe secretary of Ihe Dnke of Vork, ami one of'
Ihe fust primers, is a sad commentary on the'
despotism ami brutality of the early stages of
Artfin-!sknn character ami society. He was
charKed with high Irrason for printing the)
news, and was one nf the first tictlmsof the I
Infamous Tims Oale He ws dcnieil coun-1
el liy t'hief Justice Vrwgs, who fouml fault
with his religion, ami ridiculed his defense as
he stood at the bar Jeffre) was Ihe prose
entor. (Males was circumstantial in his ier
Jury, and ( olenian was condemned. His
crime was urging Ihe religious views which he
helil, with great learning, diffusing lliical
knowledge, and enlightening mblie opinion.
Tor this he was drawn on a hurdle from New
gale to Tjlitirn, anii.l Ihe noisy insults of the
mob, ami there kirlmrmisly liehended and
ipiartereil. A fen )cars later, on n thill Oc
tober night In Ifij, Sir Itoger I.'Ittrange,
the licenser of Ihe press, and his cowardly
assUtanls, caught a r old printer named
John I wjn, In Ills hmisc al Clolh I'alt, which
was Milion's hKbtig place in dark and evil
day A few sheets and some It pes scie
i found 'viiiic printed words argued "I hat ihe
exciiiiiou of in Her and iudgment is as well
Ihe icnple's ns the magistrates' duty) and if
me uiagistnifs preseni jiingmeni, t lie people
are hound b, ihe law of ,il In execute il."
1 w)n admitlol that he piinletl the sheets, hut
he said he saw no hurt in them, and he had
I. en paid forty shillings for his work; that he
was or, ami he nail a lamily ol small cliiiil
ren depcndinl upon him for bread. I le bcirneil
lor mere) i but I l)de, the chief justice, grossly
insuiieii ami aiiuseu nun, ami neciareil that he
was guill) if the most wicked and infamous
lienvm. I'.ior old Twjn was draggeil on
hurdle to the place of execution, hung till
nearly dead, then cut down, and his tmlyso
miitilaliil mat Its atrocity Inrhiils recital, his
lieail cut o(T, anil his four quarters hung on Ihe
city gates. 1 ncse arc grave anil unusuil re
citals; but in I lice d.i)s of iiiilniunded and un
appreciated freedom, men sometimes forpet
what It is, liecausc Ihcy cither never knew or
have lorgiillcn what ilesjiotism has In-en.
In ItVil, Sir K. Decring was cxiwllcil from
pariianiLiii ami cnntineil In Ihe lower, lor
printing his sweeties. Itffrcvs. when he uol
. . -. . -... .
on the bench, pursued the imor printers with
4hc direst whip of judicial scorpions. The
venerable Itlchanl llixlcr was Imprisoned and
fined for printing his holy works. Richard
Steele was expelled from parliament, and im
prisoned and lined for Priming the most harm
less and beautiful thoughts. In l6So, Chief
Justice Sctoggs declared that, by the law of
l.ngiano, no icrson whatever coulo cxjhisc to
the public knowledge mi) thing lint concerned
the afliirs of the public without license from
Ihe king. The Inrmless Hook of Srts was
solemnly Purneil Py llicpulilic hangman. I.ong
acts of parliament were passed to shut the
mouths and silence the tiens of men. T he star
clumber perjielraled its most disgraceful acts of
I) ranny ami crime In Its cllorts lo sululuc Ihe
press ami promiul piinletl thought. 1 ines,
imprisonment, the pillory, the branding iron,
the rack, the hangman's lire at Smithheld, and
all Ihe inventions nl despotic cruelty and in
gcniiily nnd wickedness In ihe iwer of lb;
stale were brought, with unrelenting fiendish-
ness, in punish ihe punters. ISut all the acts
of paih.uuent, all the judgements nf corrupt
courts, all (he top I priKtauulions, all the old
inilcy iriais, all the atrocious lyburn execu
lions, did not subjugate (he press. The lives
of heroic men were found for sacrifice until the
lemon of persecution was aic.ised, and the
day began lo dawn. Those who died for the
lilierlv of Ihe press, in those lone and blond
years, chillenge the lame of the mirtjrs of all
times. The holy men who laid down their
lives for the sake of their religion, died with
the glowing hope of immortality in heaven be
fore their enchanted vision, and cheering them
at the stake. They died in the firm and un
faltering lielicf that thereby they secured an
cicrnuyoi puss. Ihcmattvis lor the i icilv
of the press died with the sublime and godlike
lielicf lint, liy their death, humanity might lie
ushered into light and ficcdom. Theirs were
the most unselfish and purest and most match
levs motives which ever inspired and imiclled
men to dare and die. The preat and irrrsist.
ible revolution which liehcaded Charles I. laid
the foundation of newspaper freedom, ami
consequent newspaper prosperity and growth
in England. Then Milton, after imprison
ment and almost death, stood out as the
bravest of the chatnpions.nf the press, and in
his Arcopagitica fought its battles with classic
eloquence and (lower. In the ensuing war be
tween lhe Koyalists and Knundhcads, each
army carried a printing press in its baggage
train, and lite belligerents used lead in types as
much as m bullets, and fired pamphlet when
they were not firing cannon. Then came the
implication ol parliamentary debates, which
was an enormous and almost ine.ilcid.ihli rnn.
cession to the lilicity of the press, since it
gave the ieoplc the right and wcr to know
ami unnersianii trie arts ol their representa
tives. The ivr World.
This is an American version of an historic
incident, somcvvli.it differently exploited liy
Englih historians: "King Canute, being desir
ous of leaching his Haltering and insincere
cnurtiers a lesson, caused his throne to lie set
up on the sea-shore as the tide was comiim in.
and, summoning them to his presence, where
iic sioon surroiinneii ny an the great dignita
ries of Ihe kingdom, including the' royal heads
man, asked Ihem if Ihcy believes! the sea
would rccoiiiiise his aulhoiitv. 'Tin.-., mull
be no doubt of It. Your luaicstv has but in
command, and )ou will lie nhejed.' And Ihe
nisequious courtiers joined in a chorous of 'So
say wo all ofusf 'Very good' said the king.
'Now do sou, each in your turn, take your
..aim on uie ieis oi )oiider intone ami liiu
the sea retire.' Ills behest was olievcd; and
courtier after courtier cssaved the nreform.iiiri-
and was fain In retire lialllcd amid the Jeering
-iiigiucr in me popunce. in tuts manner the
time was hilly occupied until Ihe hour of flood
had sseil and Ihe tide was iqxin the ebb,
when the king ascindcd the throne, and, bid.
ding the waves retire, was soon h-ri ul.
uiiiiihantiy uxm dry ground, aniKI the plaudits
of his lo)al subjects. 'You see, gentlemen,'
ne saui, turning to the cresthillen courtiers,
'there is all ihe difference in the world
Pctweena legular Ihrecply all-wool him like
myself and a lot of insignificant subjects like
)ou. Let this experience teach) on humility f "
The lindon I-ancct says the people who
sneeie often arc Ihe healthiest, A snecre sets
ihe Mood-circulating, and throws off a cold
thai is lring In scllle. Whereupon the
Demcrara Argosy taysi "Thismcdicalopinlon
is evidently made in Ihe interest of snuff, and
the public is not )ct up lo it."
Science Is a big thing. It has discovered
lhat the cockroach antedated Adam by a great
many centuries, and jet the cockroach has
ueser secmeo like an.anslocralic animal.
A young man loved a girl so wildly that he
wrote her htecn letters a dav for fin- u.L
At the end of the lime she clo-nil with another
iviiiict in a maiier oi scnpioiecllon.
If you have a fight with a fellow about a girl,
make it a point lo lie walloped and hurt.
UiiUaresjuipalhctic creatures, and she's l.iuud
to pity you, and think Ihe other fellow a horild
Drasslnc.riitHii K)imiastictt Miss Note.
lunRerhiil just finMrnl a "ilifficully" tiirce
of music upon the plannfoitc. " ltrauliful.
tsnt IU rrmail.nl avounu Inly, "Yes,"
xiicsi rugc, .-iieniim rxrrclse. uiiermr
to Inilun clulis sir llunili.;lls, lu ral,ct
cxluuslinu Id n lirginnrr, I shouM say,"
"See hcref exclalinol a icturncil Iritli
uilillcr in a canine ctoss.l, as he txh.tl.Itot vsiih
untie pride Ins tall hal xsilh a lidlrl hnlr In Ii
"Uiok at lhat hole, villi s.m? V,. .. - .1 i,
Iml liccn a loss ciownnl Iial, I shoutit'liase
Iwcn killol outriklit,"
An felil Knlish fjniier i.svi lii. ntKt.. ir.
his oni "Iloji don't eser wail for suunnli
to turn up, Vou iittht Just as vxell go and sit
A little Uiy, thice jcars old, wlo has a
brother of three numihs, qase, as a reason
the laltci'a cixsl iiimluci "lLsliv.l.vsn't
lears, Ucausc he doesn't drink any water) and
he can't cry milk."' '
11 is i
"Time work wonders," as the woman said
when she got inarrini after a thirteen years'
ii. i I.
"Wete )ou eset in an cii;aeincnt ?" in
riuire.1 au inuocrnl rustic of a militiaman.
"Vcs, one," ifulitd the son of Mars, heating
adcep sight "but she jillcsl me."
ILLINGHAM & CO.,
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I1w Urfl nmrtmrflt tt !'LOHS, fdr atl hrp6ttt to
i iwimi ran in ismntii,
Marrowt, Chlratnn, Horv SWt, On Vpfctt,
Oi Ilown, rti ( Italns 'orfitst Ctmert,
( urn Ami Hominy MilK
(anjrt ami Uirul IUrmw,
a urn utTv.
Kr.HosrNt. oil siovr.s.
I mj, C hanlcliri ntkl lnnirni- new fttylt J T
lltw. Itrll inc I 'un I
rowiirr. Shoi onl Lm,
IlownV Stntitlnrti Amnrlrmt ficnlf
for nil purpu;
Irtt Vrrtitn lrrrrrf
m Ayttlr trutttfftrr,
Invrntioiif that it It imirutuMe to enumerate tliem
within the space of our ndtermenietit.
tui: laths r sovki.ty,
Romelhinii wlilch no one should be wliltout, Uottof the
Mn(neo-OAloItn Fire-Proof Safe,
lloml Ca cr fewel Cawv
Hentl one trt ltnonI.il out of many,
Rtfrrt ef Cemtnitttt ff Tirt tnutramt Rrftrtti
At a meting nf the Mawchinrin Mutual Fire In
mi ranee Uniuti, hrM at NantaLct Heach, Anoint ad,
lB3t( amj.l nf Ihmm manufactured t the Magneto
Lalcite r ire-Proof Cotnp.sny were nhnwit. An iron
Uivf alMiut two frrt lung and one foot derp and wide,
with lining tlirte-fmirtln of an Inch thick of .lngne
Lalcitr mil trial, wat filled with various dtxtituenti,
grer niacin, and part of a card of luclfrr matches It
wat then placrd uHn a hed of hot malt, and at Iat
fnur feet of dr, hard woj1 pded upon it l he nx wn
kept under etre m heat for an hour am! it half. Not
withstanding the iron enter of the Imt wat to ltdly
warprd lhal the lining wat In immeiliite contact wuh
Ihe tlainct, mi opening it the whole commit were foiiml
in a (K-ifett Male of preservation. A untall Umd and
note tae, detined tu I utd In&ide of vault and nafes
wat tuhjecteil to ihe tame tlegree of heal for lialf an
Jnnir, and in content were also found at free from any
nppeatance of fire or tniuke at when placed thetein,
II. C llir.nnw,
' Amiw Hat is,
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they lust Gcned a
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' ' " ' I i 1 1. n.
Jnk find Muciliiuf,
In rpiaiU, pints, half-pints, and cones.
Letter and Note Paper, FooUcap, Legal
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Onl.rttfkrHfvr jsrrixKral r M,.r.
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l)s9tton, in eteellent order,
Ex. Amr-rirnn Hftrk Amy Tnrtifir J
n tiawKH Axn vua i:roxsf
VHtew AhMtt'nSfff Mm ul, ifiafM ib
Aih lnt awnrtetl fe-;
Oak Hank, MMMietl lre;
AIm, to arrive jr Stillman I!, Allen t
DUMP IIAKKOVSf Jncwlis' Intent.
Ax Uam1lc4 mul Tick Ilamlles.
Kctmrnc Oil, Mlcxtric" hraml.
Cottage turniturcf In m!ntI sets.
Oik Lumber, l, 2, ty2t 2)4, 3 and .(-In.
Oars, 16, 17 and lS ft
VelloA Metal Nai. lj and Vt in.
Yellow Metal Sheatlng 18, 20 and 11 ox,
Manila Koi-e, atwirttj tiret. '
llairy Salt, in tarrelt.
Pino Harrol Slinnltn ntnl If otitis.
I'ine Krg Shotkt and lleadl.
Cider Vinegar, in barrel.
Cotoane. " '
t'.strart of Imon.
Kttratt of Almond,
17 Caikt ami llluli Crockery, Gtattware, tjunjrt.
46 Cact Crockery, Olauware and Iiinpt.
45 H-irrcIt Cnnvkery, flLi'Sware and lampt
Light and Heavy Hand Cartt.
Knowlnn' Stonm PiimpiT vnrloim Mlren.
PALMER & THACHER,
AND DEALERS Ut
Toilet Art Mrs ami Fancy Oootln,
No. 113 FORT STREET.
In anticipation of the puhlic want of a Drug Store
conveniently located, where mcdicinei can be procured
a tin mviik, ssic isrtTT.Vvitru liMUJi;) III I IIC J S3 mOU
It lock, near Hotel Mreet ( We carry a brjfe astortment
VS (WUSI1SUIMI IU SJSII IIIIX7, SIIS,II WCUIICI II
VERY LOW PRICES.
Onr Store U Kopt Open Even In ct.
Our stock of Dniirt and Chemicals ! trim. .trio.
Our line of 1'ateiil Medicines embrace all the popular
J All the New Kemedin, )
(All the Old Reliable Kerned let. f
UE MAVK THIS LARCEST AORTMBXT Of
In the Kingdom iuch av
Hair Itmdie. 'looih Uruthei, Nail, Clolh, Flesh
and llath Itrushes, Dretin? Comlrt, 1'ocLet Comb.
l-tne and Itack ConiU, Cometics, I'omadei, Hair
Oili, lout. 1 I'reiuralioiis, CoM Cream, Camphor
, , """' iiniiusvercmei i.xiracit, uoii
!.. 1..1.. 'urn . ...:
, 11 and
iuuci stirr anti inecara.aacnei ruwuert,
Nail-clcanina; Set, hnitlling lUtles,
Atoinier, Uazors, blrop. bhating Cupt, llruvhei
MW vJJ( UIIS71 MWfS (J
e cry land.
Ladle Toilet Articles,
Such a Cainelline, Dkley' Creine de U, Ijiird'i
lthjtmi, Hasan JUlm, l.ouraud" Oncraal Cream,
I.ulin't, Sau ruler, l'atnm'k 'let low, Calvert's,
and a host of other t'owder and Rogue, Mando
line, Heauty Spots, etc.; fine large l.athin.c Sponges,
bitonge ltakcts, etc
WK HAVK THK riNUT U1T Or
ler brought to thi Kingdom
Infant lieun Casrt Nuriery I'oudcr,
1'reiiarea tu(Irr IMth,
rulis. rulT.loe, Catile Soap,
Nipple, 'teething King,
K libber lublntf, (eetluiir llottlet.
Night Taner, KLIg' Food,
Ta) lur's Arrow Hoot,
Soothing hrup, etc.
TUB only cmtrutTK stuck cr
SpeotAolei nd feOUnti
Photosrapblo CnemleaU of all kinds.
A LAKGK A&KOHTMFNT OF
Such a S.-sivJ'',, i;iriiro-Sili(in, Silver .Soap, filant
aiul Diamond Cement, Insect I'nwJcr, rly
--,, , ivHsiii, t 1 asic. nouin on
Our Delioloua Soda Water,
usassN rsnu th nunusT rotiKTati',
Which surpasses in eleganc ter)lhingof tht. VlnU ever
Lrouglu 10 then isUnJs, it iumulaHe.
W manuLiciur. KHIIA Wlll'U .K.l isrss.u
ALU anUluvsitia agency Mr genuine l-julern AppU
hk nr.i.niut uvu unit its
To any fan cf lh iiiy, an.1 ship" to Itie uherliUndt.
Onlcrs from lh. bwntiy still ,.(ei,e careful alleiuion
ami U shininl proiuplly. Soliciting the. public lal.
roiuge sivi sery icsstfutly.
PALMER & THACIIUR.
Trisrimm. No. .97.
J NO. O. FOWLER $t Ca,
urr prrpaml to AirNha 1'fun, uhiI KH-
mulri jur Ulrrl
With or wtihout Cars and Locoovcaises. Specially
ADAIMEI) FOR SUGAR PLANrATIONS.
Prrusaneot Railaays. and lcmnolives and cars, Trao
in k-u"s and ktiad lcwoutiics, steam
. waMi m uuiiasiB sacniAery, ttirti
abu Lii.um afJr alt purpottsi
CsiiUsn with llluurukau. ModVU and Ptwao
IJtsiJis a the abust Plants aaj Macluimy luy U iea
at lh UScs U lU und.nl(ael, W, L. (ikr.KN aul
IL WiMACMKUNk 4. Ca, Agsu. fur Jssu. i7
riainssi or instifaes.
j .. f .?. 1,ainBim lireasing, UUcklng
.' ItmshMjlrjas, lliliilcrtants,To.lei Isaper.elri
W.nuV. a specially of ILAVOKINC L.VIKACIS
of our own numiUnur.; Hot Water Itigs, Rub-
vkw s.uions .tieuisine I.IICSI1, etc
HAVE just Ki:cnivnn
Tlie 'TjnrKesit Iot of Perfttnirrj
t'.vcr tmfvrttd Into this kfngdoi
COMPKfSlNnoVKR W) DIFKKUKN r ODORS
Celebrated Lnmlborg Mannfnetnre.
HOLLISTER A CO.,
AGCNTS FOR THi: HAWAIIAN KINGDOM
Wo, 50 Nunann Street,
And corner of Fort and Merchant street. Honolulu.
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Desire to call the particular attention of everybody to
TONTINE INVESTMENT POLICIES,
Which contain the " Indisputable Clause ;"
No Restriction on Travel or Residence.
Free from Danger of Forfeiture
Also Thk Deposit Endow mf.nt Policy, and the Mu
tual Investment Policy,
This I one of the most reliable companies extant
ha no iirior, and few equals. Settle all claim
promptly; act honestly and Tairly by all.
Vitr futlh-r Infarrnalion, writ to, or wJI on
R. V. I.AINK,
117 tt General Agent for tlie Hawaiian Islamli
HERE'S ALWAYS SOMETHING
That sve feel a little anxious for you to know about.
The Great American Clothing Home
Respectfully calls your attention 10 their
STYLISH llUSlNHSS AND DRESS SUI1S,
With strong, serviceable linings, which v. e are selling low
HOYS', YOUTHS' on.l CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
In male, quality anil stste to general Importations of
"i .uuui iur ,111s luar.ci.
Tit .atttl AVlWriVr im Gtmti FmrMilkiHC ami fftttl
8. COHEN tt CO.,
No. 17 Ni'uanu Stkkkt....
II. J. NOLTE, 1'KOI'UIETOK,
llgs to announce to his friends anil the public in gtn.
cral that he lias ojieneit the above bafooii where
Kront 3 a. st , till 10 r, Ml
Clears, Pip, and
-. Smoker'a Sundries
Cttoseii liy a rsonal selection from first-clast mauu.
factortes. has been obtained ami will be
added from tint 10 lime.
One of llrunsftkk & llalke's celebrated
Is connected sv'uh the eitablishment, whert lovers of
31 ur lliecutcaaiurticipate.
TWO TOP ItUGOICS,
TWO SECOND-HAND EXPRESSES,
ONE SEATED IIASKET CUT-UNDER,
ONE REACH WAGON,
ONE DRAY lORSE AND HARNESS.
All the atv art In order, nearly iss good as new.
K HAVK CONSTANTLY
on hand lasci qi'Axrmts or
Jlay 11 tut Drain
Of all kinds, which, we offer u rairchawrs al
Tav. LawsHt Mark.1 Rata.
Our stock U renewed by cash arrival froca the coast
ST, an fnynrnllm Ovlu4 Ormln aisU a tenia
AT ANY TIME.
GENERAL AGLNTS FOR
Tit lutjts Mutual Lift f mutant C. cf Ca.,
Tht Statt luvtilmtnt iurjn;t Ct 'Col.,
Tht lltntr TtltfKmt, lit limfltit, hit ami
thtaftti nrtv (m utt.
-MIICAGO, BURLINOTON A QUINCY
r I). McKAY I'ASSKNOER AOI.NT,
Nn. Hit Mnnlfjomerr Street,
Tourists and Hailern-bound Passengers
Uill Und it to their sdtantage to make thrmsetves
known ta the undersigned, so as to secure benefits not
generally conceded to parlies ap If Ing in the city.
J. I. WILLIAMS,
Corresponding Agent f the Hawaiian Islands,
B EVILS OP PAINTING
' It Im n still with much tnilh. too, thtt houses
pnintinjtj might, with study ami aiiiiremfnt of laste,
resume it rank a a liberal wxi.'t'atnttn" Mamuttt.
Pelievtnff the altovetdbei true. A. II. KnftK hasnriw
re -organ! red hi ystem of working the tuslnes In
Honolulu. In the first place, he ha secured live service
01 inai ceieurateu aniti, mt. max koiin, iittmerly of
San I raiKlsco, whose ork in the line of
I'MDi MHil Itrmrtittr if;terr'f(ir7fNf.
Frescolnc, etc.. I up to the present time ttnuupassed
ami, on the island, ha never Uen equalled. For
lluue Painting Johi, fir&t-tlat mechanic only will be
In future, patron can depend upon my fulfilling:
every order on the most scientific basis known to the
SION.PAINIINO AND i,KITF.UINO
Drptrtmnt will be permanently presided over by Mr
(.KOKf.r.STRATMMrii: (further comment unnecessary)
l S. Send fm design of fresco for ceilings am)
tornice sonn-thinc new; and if you want any Glass
jiui in, can Hi me
"Ttatin" iM.vr htohk,
No. 78 King STftrrr IlnnoLULu
IIOX.X.ISTER"&' CO. ,
Nuuanit street, and corner of Fort and Merchant streets
CONTRACTOR and IIUII.DEK.
STEAM VIjASINO MILLS,
Manufacture all kinds of
and all kinds of wood-work finish.
Turnlac, aoroll, and band eawlasa;.
Al kinds of llaning and Sawing, Mortising, and Ten
ORDERS l'ROMITLY ATTENDED 10 AND
WORK GUARANTEED, ' '
Orders from the other Islands solicited,
t. O- irE&Eiuxai'a
PAPER - RULING DEPARTMENT
HAS JIKEN f
TO OVER HIS rOKTSTKEET STORE.
ErAcs rsou Post oa Hurst. Srssars.
All work will hast Iha same cart and on alleuion
BOUND TO ORDER IN ANY DESWEU STYLE
Paras- RtsUd aad Siaatk
TO ANY VATTSkN.
PAPER OR KILLS BLOCKED,
Or any work rrsa!nla(, lo a wtlltaantssl
BROCADED PLU&UES. aU sUdts, vsi wdlaaj
MA.M. MttLrT, losTwtsusrt. lj. -
'taj s.jA.' is .amuses . ; -If- jj jLv- 4ar
ILDEK A CO.
Importers and Dealers in
Ami Building MutorUl
of all Vindt, Just rrceUtd -ei bte arrival, setera
larft and well nelected cargoet of
rvrnpritinc all the usual stock sires
In Scantling, Timber,
Planks' nnd Boards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scantling, Hane turfirp am! riHiRli IVtards iur
faced and rpiithIUttens rkkets, Uuttie,
tj.it tc and ClapLoaM
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
Alt irrt of M-sitern ami Cahftimia male, and fot
sale In quantities to suit, at low prices.
Ato, tN Srocif,
winrr. ZINC, PAINT OILS,
.METALLIC AND OTHER I'AINIS,
CLASS AND SALT,
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fine assortment of
in latcat atjrl.
AT LOWEST PRICES.
r 1 5?L"'
DRY and FANCY OOODS,
fin. loi FultNtirtt, II iihvI ill 11.
N.'B.-i Millinery and Drctinialilng" Establish,
ment on the premises. ii
UNCLING ft Co.,
No. $ NUUANU St., HONOLULU, II. I.
STOVES a4 RANOEI,
'Pin, CiHiwr and Sheet Iron, Sheet Lead and Lead
I'Hw, Galvaniied iron Piiaand Fittings, Brass Goods
all sires, Artesian Well and Irrigating Pipe. Itie us
ual Tin and Iron watt, Baths, Closets, Sinks. Wash
stands, MarUtand Enameled Iron, in stock and for
Sale at reasonable rales.
TalaalsctM Ha. 211.
D. at, CROWLEY, UPHOLaTERER,
At J, H IIKUNS' jr.,
Oaraw ar Klas aatat Rsstassl HirswU,
Is a Thorough Practical Workman.
COMK AKD SEE.
Every l)eriHion of FirM1au
llaMstilujr hii1 ITurntluro
IH a-rtXK All UA.HI TO OSUSB.
FIKIT YAKIlTIIES OF SILK
AaU etaaw Ccrariaaja aa TriaaaUac
win Fallot Sum, lounges and Easy Chalrk
son UANurlcTtttn or
7t h'nu Itattk-Klltcriitf luxury of tkl Ap,
"lal atsrta Rtsst,"
'Nusrt's tweet restutr, llalasy SUrp," ft l?U en.
Joytd la tat tuost ptodaind prUsuidily 00 tht
Huston brainc ban.
Sea thtfiUfuca yosi conugn yourself, or your friend,
ot tstn your twasy, la Uul aatbiualed laMiuiatnl of
lonurt, tht wssasary Hatulattt spring suitress, tyt-iy
rua FoarAiia oa fsauAKtuT
A It. WAYS,
!r Gf t MtrantaiM a Ct.JitSrL hud
tosMttavo. , j
- - iiJt&tt!'. '4. jts.
rsTJtAfr raost tmk orrtctAi. atrsiar
JUDGES IN 1J0R0L0GY.
In consideration of the faeft develop! In tht eimin-
alltMi, ami the irertttlerancor element of inlier
enl and mmjsarative merit adjudged by the
judcc (each in Independent judmHJt) t.
Ing ial to per rent nwrt than tnt
neit I.UI'nt eshiUt. ihty hie
fwind It enceetlinjfjr diffirult
U male mkIi n tUisifua-
tion In decree at will
oivr. nvr.N-HAStir.ri jus no. to au
WI ADJITXIK Ttl TAP
AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY.
Maachusettf U. S. A.
A first-clas award and inch other mal distinct Ion
diploma, medal, or award at Uronsitttrit sitlt the du
lie anil obligations of the honorable Sidney Inleriia
I tonal Commission, for the largett and muni complete
etlitl'it of hondottcal instrument examine J.
Iltey ilso propose, a the only mean ly which their
nppretlatiou of the merit of the prodtirtKin of thl
rompany ran Z adm.iiely or etputatly rrvognufd by
the comnititea on JuUtnjf ami Award, thtt a sepirata
first -e las BMardt1e given for the time-keeping iuahtie
of all grades of these watch-.
Also, a separate firtttla Award for the tt faction ol
this ) stem of watchmaV tni antl the lmirovement 1
the niechankal ikhW of the watth. tveintr iKstaMv In th
malnspting and suing Uuret, the iatent nafety pinion
the iwrfect r:
Houm lorm oi ail the teeth ol ihe train
in every crade of watch alifcr, and (theitochronal
justment of the balance-spring.
Also, a firit-tlas award for new mode of rominal
Also, a separate first -cUs award fvH- the niprovit
menu in fas, the mimlier of artistic fori.i and design
used, the Isranty and elrgance of their finUli, ami fur
ihcir new and indestructible method of enameling.
Ali to CliAile V, NVoerd, mechanical siierintenl
ent American Watch Company, Waltham. .Mats.
The following I the order of award made by the
Sydnry International Inhibition Commission lo the
American Watch Company, of Waltham, Main
Cold and Siher Watches Pint degree of merit an.l
special mention! Gold McdtU
Htnekreping nualille of all grade of Waiche Flrtt
degree of merit.
Peifection !n Sstem-
Flrst degree of merit.
New moile of compensating balances Flrtt degree of
Improvement, finish and elegance of Cae FUlt de
gree of merit.
Kngraving, chasing an.l enameling of Watch Cases
First decree of merit and special mention.
Charles M. Woerd, Mechanical Superintendent-'
degree of merit special.
HTThere being eeral worthless watches Uaring
the mark of Waltham Watche discovered whhiii tho
lasi seven months, palmed off on the public a genuine,
the public are hereby notified of the fact ami cautioned
Agent for the Hawaiian Island.
M. WENNER ft Co.,
9 Fokt Strrrt, Honolvu, I. I.,
Have re -opened at the old stand with a new
and carefully selected stock of
And Clocks, all kinds,
Gold Chains and Guards,
Sleeve Buttons, Studs, ftc.
Ladir would do well to call and examine our stock ot
Bracelets, UriNxr.cs, Ixjckets. haning, rtc,
which were e.pially selecied with a
view lo suit the inaiket.
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made to order.
The repairing branch of our business we regard a an
mportant one, and all job entrusted to u will
be executed In a manner second to none.
Of every desrtiptlun dtc to order. Particular atl to
tlun U uid lu order and job work fmni Iheothar
Iilandt. WhiU tlianking the public fur tt
favor, we return to bupe lhat our luu ea
perience In these UUndi willeiiaMc u
to oMain a fair si Lara of prtronage
In the future.
44 Quirk Srttr ami Await JVofe,"
I our motto, and wc shall lrp In stock every article lu
our line of bo sines. i'V
AJTRS. THOMAS LACK,
No, 7B Fort Strsssst. Horaolala,
IMKT ANU litALSS IN
I'nrti, .iltarlimrtili, HI anil Arrtmrltt.
AOBNT rilk THK
Whits ami ihe Ugiit-Kukkimi Ntw Hnua Machine,
Howard'. Mach'uit NeeJIes, all kinds
Cortkclr. bilk, In alt cohxs anil sles I
llill.iui's l.liien ll.rra.1,
U.ik't O. N. T, Mashlnc Cotton.
Mmt, Vontrtlt't KtUablt Cut ltftr J'alliiul
anu rb'auCATiosis. v
Dealer lo KtrLa-S,
Uvns ami SraaiiMO Ootns,
aitor, liss urn, Cam,
KVUOHKNK nruVKM, (h 0ll (.
Stln2-lachiivr, Lotk aruj Oun.KrUlii(irouiplly
L'TNION FEED COMPANV
have on hand and for, sale ,
MAY. OATE, aULAM, BARXXY
(whole ot (round,)
CM A VK Ell CIIMK,
and In fad tstry thin, ijeilrJnUi lo ll.t t'td UauMta.
Orden from tha Islaiuls ta all has. our .mMii anj
AU orders lo tt addressed,
UNION FEEU Ctt, llcnolulul
TeleJiont No. IJJ. MA
KNOWXES' STEAM AND VACUUM
C, OZtoU'Et & Ct ACRttTS.
Ifaslne ualnml . r.ill .n r...J. ...L ,J .L
alwit (tlehraud taitaot, )ua ttctltedHraeji Tit ml
JrveaBoaon, v. iviuaMca ttMsa la U'ctaniass- aad
Utttr than aarosSee Milt of oH,luHitd. W. caJt
lU autuiMr. of sJaMtts iiLfM. so Ik Vacwua r
liiaw, ertka it lit lta ustsawat4aal aaora wwaAi
Ua naA wtstr pauoot iif
IV VOU WANT A GOOIJ CLOCK,
V rat. rsnsl sVasaal rMk,
K You yu Clock of Watt HtftMt Owm
W, TUltNEll'S .........Ko. U Kms tH
. . at&rlv J&tl'ite