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.SEPTEMMsR I, iMj
nr.t'iriiiirirr mni iiin.m.
A f'ltnrnui Vieiritttitlntt,
Sinrc the year IS77 a eonsMef.tljte trade. In
proum iipltn Callforhl and (lie I Jawtilfetn
Islands the traffic In niar ami llic inclitt rft
reined to the HJ4roi1tiire. 1 lie island soil
ami cliiiiile art p.itllcnl.irly well adapted to
tlt fjrnsvth of tli! Maple, of vslilch the blander
riKitiil 57,000 fnn In 1SS2, or about I JJ er
cent of llic vsorld's. annual crop, which was .(,
67,ooo torn, afeonllnj! to SpolTord'a American
Almin-ac for 188.!. Nearly all of lire Island
ugar lias. Iwfn conetirrtad hitherto In the
'Hie jitoflm on thll errrp are tlivMeil lietwr)
twiiiurtli.il, the island planter ami the Call
fi.rni.1 refiner. There are nUral ico plan
ttthma In ifWislaiiil, with do sugar mill, and
an iriTeslBlearrftnlnf $10,000,000; uf this twii
Kurds It Ovrnftl hy American. Ily the reel
jiincnlty treaty which went Into Q)iemtiiti in
Sc'.lMiilr, 187(1, the Island planters send
their crmle sugars fieenf duty to any American
irt. They conteipiently send mnt of It to
San I'rancisco, where It Is handled liy a namr
alirtl Oermrn, Mr. Clam Sprcckcli, who has
the largest ii(;ar refinery In the world After
refining the island snj;ar lie elU it to llic
citicn of hi state at n price a little lower
th.in It can h lmKrttil for from the Ivlsl or
from any other quarter, Sllll, like mnst other
iutxrlrd staple, sugir is dearer In Cnlifnml i
than It is in the liist. Very little other than
the llawailin sugar I now lirmmlit to San
I'ioncic. Mr, Sprrckclsthusprovidcsswect
ncss, if not light, for all California, Naturally,
he makes a hrgc profit In the limine of sujj.ir
refilling; halng n )ct no rival in it. And
very niliirally the llastcrn tcfincrs, who arc
u ml ile lo sell their sugar in California ipiitc
as cheaply as Mr. SprecUels can cll the island
sugar, are dlstiiilx-d over the situation. They
call Sprcclcls a grasping monopolist, and
dcmainl the alirogilion of the reciprocity
Now for the oilier side of the question i (i)
The American phnter In Hawaii have found
reciprocity a good thing, became they can
now, and for the first time, make a good profit
on their cn. (2.) The Califnrniaiisyet their
sugai a little cheaper linn they could get it
from the Kut, and much more than that, the
sugar industry has developed their trade with
the islands and also gie supmrt to aliout to,-
000 people in C.ilifoinla. The liciicfit is a mu
tual hentfit. There aie Callfornian, as well as
Hawaiian, business men who think that the
reciprocity treaty Ins done a good thing in
building up the thriving business between San
1 ranciscn and Honolulu. It is a good thing,
they say, that Hawaii and California should
liailc iqion a large instead of upon a small
scale; for Itauaii, namely! to grow a large
quantity of sugar instead of a small, and
to cxclimgc It with Califoruh and the
I'istern Stales for a large Instead of a snnll
quantity of American products. It is true that
on our side wc resign a considerable sum in
duties. Hut we don't lose n dollar. Arc the
interests of the go eminent something distinct
from the interests of the people? and which is
better for us In the long run hen y duties and
a languishing trade, or a large anil growing
trade unchecked b) duties? The California.
Hawaiian trade has but just begun. In 1871-5
the average yearly importations of the island
were, from all sounrs, but $1,535,234; in 1SS2
they imilnl over $5,000,000 worth, aliout
three-fourths of which was from the United
Now, it would certainly seem to be ajmu.
lually I1encfici.1l arrangement that California
should receive her supply of sugar from the
least expensive source, especially when Amer
ican planters nrc the chief producers; nor
would it seem unreasonable that the American
refiner In California should divide with the
American planter in Hawaii the immediate
profit. The Hawaiian Islands arc practically
an American colony already, and from either
the iwlitical or the business )int of icv the
ordinary mind does not H.-rccic nl a glance
what fatal objection can lie brought against the
reciprocity treaty with Hawaii as Is stands.
Tu the ordiinry economist it would seem well
that American interests In Hawaii should con
tinue to be developed, and the 10,000 Cali
rorniaiis and Oregonhm should find their sup
port In the industries that depend iqioi! the
sugar business; nor would it seem ill that
consumers in the I'.icific States should gel their
sugar cheaper, though it be only n trillc
cheaper, from the Califonm than from the
Hut see, now, how completely mistaken the
ingenuous economist may be I This treaty
with Hawaii is assailed by active enemies, who
denounce it as a growing evil, and also are
Sparing no trouble to procure its abrogation.
Who arc the enemies of I lawaii in reciprocity?
The I-hUtii sugar-refiner and the t-niilsaiu
sugsr-growers. What do they say against the
treaty? These are thetr arguments;
l-Trst -Those who are interested in the dis
continuance of llic treaty say tint the California
consumer pays 3 cents a pound more for sugar
than is iiiid by the consumers In the Kast.
That is true, and who is to blame for. it? It Is
the fault of those who lease .Mr, Sprcckcls to
an undisputed monoHilyt and the situation
will last until some Uasicni or other coniH.-ti-tors
enter the field to divide and to lessen the
profits of the California refinery. Hut it is also
true, as I have pointed out, that the Cali
foinian gits his sugars ilicraprr thin ho could
get it from the K.ist. It is sold at a price de
termined by the market of the world, and not
by Mr, Sprcckels. The present monopoly Is,
in U10 nature of things, not one that can last
Indefinitely it Is one of the situations which
will adjust themselves by the natural laws
of supply and demand.
Second -1 ho tattcrn refiners and others
point out that the United Slates liave given
up a large income In icmhling the las on sugar,
and they claim that this is uncompensated.
What are the facts? llcfore the treaty the
Island sugu crojw ranged for live ) ears ( 1S7J-7)
at fiiun 11,500 to I J, 000 tons per annum.
The duties on 12,000 tmi--alioul $oo,oix
were what weic actually resigned by ueaty.
The islands paid in 1SS0 duties on only $401,.
000 worth of American good. On the face of
it, the United .States (jvernment It undoubt
edly so much out of pockit by the treaty, Hut
the country is still a gainer through the great
Im'unes thai lu come through the treaty.
Third It i charged thai Manila sugau arc
ImportiM at Honolulu am) fraduUmly csported
as Hawaiian tu esajy (he duly, I know this
chuvetobe entirely untrue. It ha U-cn in.
vsfcligaled and disproved by the UnlltM States
MiftUtrr to the islands, and it is a fiaud Out If
attempted It would lie imppuuikte lo Lcvi
ruunii 1( is crurgsM trial the treaty i,
rvadwl by the !ntroluetioo of ccmiifugal setvxi
ttursaitd vacuum pans, aivd the production of
a runner grjitc of raw sygar thai) formtrly.
That, again, know to 1 untiuc. As Voruj
au ai 1854 I saw Ihsi ctwlrftigal seurator la
- " -s 1
tc 1- .c .., son im sacuum jun wis
.wiovt ink iru so years ago. TlK
II iKiiuiiiiiir Migar arc the same nosv as they
wire then, as I know by in) having used them
fin the whole, the reciprocity treaty 1 a
reciprocal benefit to the two countries, and for
two lending reawns:
Pint Commercially. At I have Intimated,
there I a great increase of trade n a result of
the treaty liettvtcn the Islands and tin United
State. Daring the years 1871-5 Hawaii im
ported Iwl $505,151 wr annum, on tire
arerar,e, of American goods; In tSS.2 nearly
$4,00,000. Dry Roods, lumlicr ami hard
ware, provision, brick, cement, material for
mifchffrery, and almost the whole plant of the
atignr tmirrein, now including the ntachlnerv
itself, which formerly came from England,
form the bulk of the Imports, Most of the
freights on the island sugars are alo earned In
American vessels. I'.lght steamer are now
required where one waformely enough. T he
return to a tariff will lltruw mttch of thl trade
Into other channels, and lie in o much a ill
advantage to the Urtiteil State, tielilc crip
pling the Rienr sinjsr-refinlng industry In
Scofid--Tlic iwlitical argument for the
treaty is )et stronger than the commercial.
T he fnture of the Island Is unsettled. A a
naval station, they are the key to North Pacific;
they are tending towards American occupancy.
Trance and Kngland have occtipisd naval
stations .in the South Pacific; which owcr is
lo Ire first in the northern waters? "With
(his station say Admiral Porter, "the Pacific
coast Is Imprrgn.iblc; without It, dcfcnsclc,"
General Schnfield wrote In 1S75 : "The
Hawaii m Islands constitute the only natural
oulHiit to the defense of the Pacific coast."
To the United Stales, to Kngland, lo Prance,
or to China the ioscion of these islands must
pass in time. Wc are now practicallj in kis
elon, through our lunlncs Intcrcousc at the
group, of the succession to their control.
Shall wc abandon it and throw the islands
into the IHmls of a foreign xwcr? Tint Is
what the abrogation of the reciprocity treaty
practically means. The Iinilon Times savs:
"The maritime Hwcr which holds Pearl Uiser
llarlior holds the key of llic North Pacific."
If our (ovcrnincnt seeks to make a ness
bargain with Hawaii it will throw away the
advantage that it now kmccs, and put the
"kcj" Into the hands of some further-seeing
ttovu-r. "The great question is," said Mr.
Iloutwell to the Committee on foreign Aff.iiis
las; March, "whether you will surrender these
islands lo somcliody else. As to the half
million dollars Jess of revenue, i. is not lo be
To resume in a word: Under the counten
ance of the present treaty a nourishing trade
bet ecu the United States and the Hawaiin
Islands will be still further developed, to the
advantage of liotli. Pull opportunity will be
given to the I'astcrn sugar-refiners to go West
and wreak his discontent by conipelinc
with the local sugar monopolist. And far
more than this, Amciican predominance in the
island will be assured. If, on llic oilier
hand, the treaty is discontinued, llic island
planters will look to the Kasl Indies for
lalxucrs, and eventually lo I'nglanil for a pro
tectorate. I have lived many )ears in the
islands, and am, I believe, a tolerable disin
terested student of this question. It seems to
me tint I have reason in hoping that our gov
ernment may continue the reciprocity treaty
with Hawaii. 77 Afunson Coan, in Xnu
,,- Ittiitf tmit llic lAmv-liltit Vhth.
The Kcvercnd Penstock- secured the floor to
announce that several members of the club
had referred to him as a dude a saddle
colored dude. He had at first intended to
resign, but after due consideration had con
cluded to bring the matter lwforc the meeting,
anil ask if one of the oldest member, of the
I.imc-Kiln Club could be insulted in this
manner.- Was lie a iliule? Was there the
least foundation for such a fling at his charac
ter? Por the last three month he had been
wearing a vest and a pair of pantaloons made
of an arm blanket. Would a dude do that?
lie went liarefooted in his Irnois for the want
of socks. He wore pajier collars, and two of
them lasted him a whole wick. lie had a
stiff knee, was stoop-shouldered, and he could
no more strike an attitude than an Kgvptian
mummy could yell "hello?" through the
" Will )ou name de pusson what has called
)o:ia dude?" asked the president.
"I I M rather not, sail. I doan' want to
expose any particklcr member."
"Oem'Ien," said Brother Gardener, as lie
looked around him, "de lies' time dat any
member of dis club calls Hrudder Penstock n
dude, suthln will be heard to drap. What
The librarian reported that he had purchased
a copy 01 "I'arailiM; Uist" out of his own
funds, "and expecteil thccluli to reimburse him.
Trustee Pullback inquired what "Paradise
Lost" had to do with Para'dise Hall, ami the
motion to reimburse was laid on the table.
The keeper of the sacred realms reported the
receipt of a chain used in l"g)pt sis bundled
years ago to confine slaves, and likewise a
lamp supposed to be three thousand vears old.
Pickles Smith said he had understood that
Professor Kolinghouse LT.i)ton, of Ojichka,
Ala,, had olTcrcd to deliver a lecture on the
relation of philosophy to pou-rly before the
club for the sum of $7, and he would like to
Inquire if the olFcr had been accepted. If not,
"Ilruildcr .Smith," replied the president,
"$7 fur .1 lectur' looks mighty cheep, but 1
has decided not to cx-nd de money dat way.
One- of de rclathtins of philosophy lo poverty
am dat a pusson who fools away his money
can't have it to buy meat and latcrs."- De
troit l-'rte Vr,
The .Post of Hcrlin say thl llisiimck's
wondciful political career grew- from a very
trilling circumstance. It was in August of
1851 that he wxs intrusted with the legation at
Frankfort. Prince Guillaume, then Crown
Prince of Prussia, hailed there, and look him
among his escort when going from Krankfort
to Mavcnce, where a grand review was to lie
held. Military etiquette Is exceedingly stiict
in (,ctnuny. However, it was so hot In the
rojal car that ever) olficcr and the prince him
self loosened thsre uniforms. On arriving in
Majcnee the distinguished juity were lo lie
met ul the railroad lation by troops under
arms. The Crown Prince ImUonol .up again
his uniform, but he forgot onu button, I'oi
tuiutely, as he was to leave the car, Hismarck,
alwavson the alert, saw the awful infiiiigeniem
of soldierly etiquette, and rushing to Ciuillaume,
"Oh' prince," lie said, "what were )ou going
lodo?"ruul, forgetting that no one is allowed
lo touch a royal tK-rviiiage, he forced the re
fractory button into Its proper place. The
prince thanked the diplomatic soung man
who had lieeu to rigorous, and whose name
and features wcic now- fucsl in his memory.
Hence the brilliant fortune of the "Iron Chan
cellor." Why not? Did not poor, humble
Jacques I jrtittc, son of a carpenter, pick, up a
pm n the yam 01 pcrregaus, the tich lunkcr,
and ikc out of It a fortune of more than
in.- .1...1 r. u:..., , 1 ..
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Frnm lilt mi EX,
Consisting in part of as fullows :
A Lnino Assortmont of Dry Goods,
Denims, Brown and White Cottons, Drills Tick
lugs, Turkey Red, Merinos black and
colored, 4 qualities. Repps, Alpacas,
s Cobourcs, Italian Cloth and
Fine Si I f;s,
Black, Gros-graln, Fancy, Colored and Striped
Barege, Crepe, Ac,
Mch'n FiD'Hishiiiji OooiIh,
Shirts, Woolen, Mixed, Calico, Hickory, Denim
etc.. Merino and Cotton Undershirts, White
Bosom Shirts, Socks & Stockings, Gloves
Handkerchiefs, poulards, a large in
voice of CLOTHING consisting
or Fine Black Cloth Coats and
Pants, Buckskin Sacks,
Pants and Suits, Felt,
Sacks & Pants,
Boy's Shirts, and
Children's Jackets, 1,
R. Coats ft Leggings, Mon
key and Sailor Jackets, Carpet
Slippers, Silk and I. C. Umbrellas
andParasols, Fancy and Travelling
Shawls, Cotton and Turkish Towels,
White and Fancv Ouilts. Felt Huirs and Brus.
scls Carpeting, Silk and Vrlvet Ribbons, Threa ds
IS! (I ill, cl.
White and Fancy Blankets, .
Fancv Striped Woolen, two sires.
Scarlet, Orange. White Woolen and 4 points.
Buttons for Shirts, Coats. Pants, Dresses,
PER KUM nil V,
Genuine l'ati de Coloene, l.uhin's l'i
tracts, toilet Soa ps, rliilocume, Hair
Oil, Ctmihs. I,oiltiijGl.vtfS, I'm-, I.
R. Italls Harinumcas, lllank Hocks,
Gold l.ear, Jewths, Gold Walshes
Tape, Elastic, Scarfs, Albums
Extension, Arm, Dunne, room and lulor Chairs,
Settees, Mirrors, etc.,
.Smlillen, ChIhUii, iSlrllm, Sllrrui t.eullirr,
Hemp & I R. Packing, Coal llaslets,
.CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing Plates, Cups. Teapots Howls Chamlrs
Kiev llishes and Haters, lleuiihJins j ami s
fksllons Ssmple HoStteSj Vases and Idassware, Mands
a -t and 'I arretl Rojt Cut ttags Gunnies, Iwinr,
MriLips Wuuliack and rill-J Sacking, l.inen Hose
SUGAR ash RICK HAGS
of all th-es and qualities
1 racer leu,
Sardines In half and quarter boxes,
Salt la Jars, Castor Oil In tins. Matches
Cocoanut Oil, Wash Blue, H. White Lead.
Stearins Candles, 4, s. and 6. H. ft P. Biscuit,
Hubbuck's Linseed Paint Od, White Zinc Paint,
Herman anil Havana Vlfjars,
Plated wiire Spoons Forks Cruets, 1 ea
sets Cu, Manila Kings Salters etc.,
Pucket and lluUher Knists Scissors, Sh Shears
Needles Sons Hies Stairs tialvanued llauns
110011 irois Neg niseis, Hammers Yelkiw
ill lal aud Ciw:ioii!oa Nails CUrirwrs
lUlUii Metal, Sugar Couls Iroe
Fir. CUy, Blacksmith Coal, Fire Bricks, Tiles
Empty Barrels, Oak Boats, &c.
Orders frvea the other Idiots carefully attended lo.
II. UarkfrlJ S Co
CRANIO STEAMSHIP COMPANY
NOTICE IX) SHIPPEkS.
Hi. new WAUFHOUSKS U the a S. S. Co. are
now csaafdrtcj. Xlerchaadiu inteiulej for -hiLTTnl
by ewh U the aUne but w-U U recused FKlE U
Matf. and Ksreipii tsMfa.d for sums
Isxws" on ashioJfc while la in aaMhouses u
WVL C. IRWIN CO.
44-y Avft 0. S. t V
MMim i m
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Tlio I.nrixost Lot of Perfumery
Ever tntKjtted Into this UngJom.
COMPRISING OVER 50 DIFFEKEN FODORS
Celelirntoil ItifiilborK MauitFisuturo.
' H01T I.ES, ETC.,
HOLLISTER & CO.,
AGENTS FOR HIE HAWAIIAN KINGDOM
No. 50 Ntiuanu Stroot,
And comer of Fort ami Merchant streets, Honolulu.
IMPORTER AND MANUFACTURER OF
BOOTS nntl SHOES,
.V. IH furl Slrrrl, uhnrr llntrl .Slrrrl,
ssolin iNroRst thk runLtc that hk ,
Keeps tho Boat Stock and
Doe the Beat Work
To be found anywhere on thee Islands. .
A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK
Constantly arriving from San Franeico, including the
CHOICEST SELECTION OF
flrntlrmrn'M, Lilillm' unit C'lillilrru't
BOOT S, SHOES and SLIPPERS.
TIIK MANLrACTCRK bF
GENTLEMEN'S Bool's and SHOES a specialty,
Work In all Departments Guaranteed.
All orders attended to wilh promptnrss, andi work
executed w nil dis palrh. Orders from the oither itands
vhcited. - Call and esamine. 15a
npiIE PACIFIC MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
I).re to rail tlie i.itti!ar attention of erylnKly to
TOKMXn INVIISTMKNT POLICIES,
Which co.it aln the " ImlUputaUe CUue ;"
No Urstrictioni on 1 raet or KnMence.
hrre from Uanrr of Korfeiture
AIwTnc Dfi-osit F.NttouurNr Policy, and the Mil
tual Imeitmcru Policy,
Thl one of the mmi rrhaMe coniMnir ektant
ha, no iijci,ort ami few rqiialt. Settle all cUlm
lnniily; act honesty and faiily hy all.
For further information, write to, nr call on
H. W. 4.A1NK,
Iij tf Genet al Agnt for the Hawaiian Utamli
II, J. N0L1E. I'ROI'RIETOR,
Regs to announce to his friends and ihe puhlic In gen.
era! that he has opened the alive Saloon sshere
From ) a. si., till ia r. ul
Cigars, Pipes and
Chosen hy a personal selection from first class manu.
factories, has hren obtained and will he
addled from time to tune.
One of lruniwlcL& llalle'scrlehratcd
Is connected with the establishment, ssWre losers of
"jt-ur the cue can u,rticiate.
I7K HAVE CONSTANTLV
ON HAND LASC.K QUANTITISS Or ,
Hay nnil. Drain
Of all kinds, which we offer u purshaseis al
The Lowut Market Haste.
Our stock Is renewed Ly each arrival from the coast
H' !- i'reMirel o II rliA Orul n tu a(nI
AT ANV TIMC
GENERAL AGENTS FOR
Tit radJU Mutual life Immamte CV. eCal.,
Tie SMe Imvitment murjH.t Co., eCa!.,
Tie lleover TeUfisne, lit iimf!it, ten oW
thijfeit near tu use.
LAI ME a CO.,
P 11010 rKAMlJS, EaK. Trawarewlcs ejc.
AHERS ARIOTV FES, aj.fl, a
'T'HE EVILS OP PAINTING
"It has been saidssiih much truth, too, that house,
painting mtht, with studs- and allurement ofstaste,
resume its rank at a literal art." I'tintm' Mnl.
IMiesinu tne atwse to I true, A. R KERR hasnow
rcorganired his ssstem of wntklng Ihe tmslness In
Honolulu. In the first tTace.he has serureilthe service
of that rrlehrale,! artist, Sir. Mas Emits, formerly of
un r rancico, wuoe wotk in llic nneoi
I'.l til II mi, I Drrninllir J'nirr-illlfllif,
FreseftTnl. etc.. rs up to the present lime unsurpassed
and, on the islands, his ncser len equalled. For
HauA'I'ainting Jolrt, first class mechanics onljritlW
In limire, patrons can dejnd upon my fulfillinit
every onler on the most scientific basis knensn te Ihe
RION-I'AINTING AND I.ETTF.RINO
Dejartmetit will lie permanently ts-estded orer hyMr
(!,Kf;KKrKAf,MrVKii (fuuhrr comment unnecessatj)
1'. S Send for designs of frescos for ceilings and
oomlces aomeihina: new; and If you want any Glass
put in, cull at the
Tinr.it' vM xt .stoiii:,
No. ;9 KlKdSTarir . liosuirLU
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Nuuanu street, and corner of Fort and Merchant streets
O J- LEVEY & CO.,
ArVholoalo ami Retail Grocers,
orm rnt lows' all huiidinc,
roursiui:i;T Honolulu, ill
Hae constantly on hanl, FrrOi and Clrj!c
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Our Goods are always of the Best Quality.
Lvr.uv auuci.i: wakuani i:d.
TOWN AND ISLANtJ TKADI. SOt-ICITtD.
Arrangementsi hae now len coinilted wilh the
Oceanic tteainUiip lane by which we will receive
eery it tamer,
r.Asi i:rn ovsti:ks anu
Choice Fresh California Roll Batter.
These Articles will 1 carried in the Meamer's
Ice CheM, and we lue hi) ill a
CummoJious Ire Hnute, to
To supply Our Customers with the above articles
JUST AS KRFSH,
AS f TIIRV WJKJt IK CALtrUKNtA.
WR AVE HOW KPAtiV
To Receive Orders In Advance for
OYSir.RS. CF.LKRY AND FKF.S1I SALMON,
Til AKUISK F s. S. MAMIISlSAe
Goods Delivered free to all parts of the City.
GIVE US A CALL.
Teiuiiosi: No. 31. 15,3 ir
CONTRACTOR and llUILDEK,
STFAW VI.AXIXU MJ1.LS,
Manufactute all kinds of
and Doors ;
and all kinds of wood-work finish. "
Tmralasj, scroll, mad band sawing.
All kinds iT Planing and Hawing, .Murtlsinir, n Ten
ORUERS PROMITI.V ATIENI1KI) TO AND
Orders from the other Islands tcliciinl. toojr
To Batcbarss, Oraularss,
Alt, ftiKiu it r runcaais.
llic undersigned, hasina: inwle alterations, additions
and irjoratucnls ill his Swan laclorsr, U now liuVd
lo fclie ihe
Highest Cash Value (or any quantity of Tallow
AnJ ssill furnish Coniaincrs M the same, without
c4, to aJi)ooe sU, nay desire.
Orrici IK llaicK IliaiJiHO, Klso Srssar, t.llko.
THOMAS W. ItAWI.INS.
llsoJulu &ap Works.
BOOKS f-r lb. Stut. a tt, Ckwu nisksia.
Cjjww and HatU. Kfsak trTltoX. O
m. KTISTS" MAlEklAIJs'tWUJx a N.wW.S
TAib1 " "-"-ut! HsS buu, uc. as
XIILDEK A CO,
Impotters ami Deilers in
Anil Bull (tine Material
of all lind, ut teretVnl, ex late atrWalt, ittera
targe arnl well stlerteti Mr goes pi
comiirlsinft all ihe usual stosk sires
In Scantllnp;, Timber,
Planks and Hoards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scantling, rianv-surfif? nnd rooclt Ihurdi sur
faced and rough Kittens, I'itkrt, Kuilic,
lettuce and Clailo,irds
DOOIIS, SAS1C AND nT.INDS,
AH tt, of Uiitern and Califyrnu nuVe. ami fur
sale in (juantitles tu suit, at low prices.
Ato, IN STtKK,
Willi K7INC. VAIN r OILS,
MEIAI.LIC AMI 01IIEU I'AINIS,
GLASS ANI1 SALT,
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fine assortment of
In Intent j-lo.
AT LOWEST PRICES.
DEALER AND IMPORTER OK
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
r 1 ' s - 1
ill foil Slrtrl,' llunulnlil.
K. B. Millinery And Drcsiiualriiitr Esiabllsh
ment on the premises. 15'
Ss ENGLING ft Co.,
No. 5 NUUANU St., HONOLULU, II. I.
STOVES and RANGES,
Tin, Cupper and hherl Iron, Shset la-nsl and I.ea4
PilGalianlred Iron PijNrand (itlini;s, llrats Goods
all slcs, Artesian Well and lnlk-illnir 'iie. The us
ual'! in awl Ironware, Ilaths, CIom-is, SlisVa. Wash.
uaiuls, Marble ami E11amcl.1l Iron, in stock and fur
Sale at reasonable rates,
Tclonhono No. 211. "s"!'
D. M. CROWLEY, UPHOLSTERER,
At J. II. 11RUNS' Jr.,
Coraar or KIbk and Bathel Strssssts,
Jt a 'Iliorul(H Prkctkal Workman.
COME AXD SF.F..
Esery Deserlnilont.f ITiM-Class
lIMlllllf IIIISl T'ui-iiUhims
IK STUCK A"l SIAIO TU 0U,
rirn' VAP.it-inea ok isiLK
Aad other Covariaaja aad Trtaualaaa
Tor l'ailor Suits, Lounges and Easy Chas.
ioi s HsNi'CACTi'Sia or
The Xnu lleaUhKeilerhig Luxury 0 Ike Age,
"Tha Basrfsa Svrlas Bad,"
r Nsrure's swetl restorer, lLtwy Wtep," Is to he en
Icnal in Um tout pfifsvond ofutsii wt hr
S thrmtfv(t ou au&n yout4f, tr jot (tUh4,
or ttrn yr tnemy, lu twi aw 11 ej iMiruwcfti tA
tajtuf. tUorduatr 1-im4I1u fprn miiiiiM. IjA-iy
l'e Pasrasta s Fiimt
Hhatlanaasi; itlaaUMf ast kwt SMtistaft
tiracT raorf the orctciAt. Rironr
JUDGES IN HOROLOGY.
In ttlrratitftl of Ihe fatts tltYrlcptil In this ctimtn
6tr6n,aml th prrrfnUcran(f rknifitnof inhr
n flm! tftniMi-itTirt mrfl ailjmfeeit by the
Juflfce (each in lnlt;ntltnt JuJemrnt) !
incetnial to 7t,Hir tent in i tlnn Iht
nfit htfihW fjiMUt, tftcy )ue
fJinml It rr-.hm;lv iliiiKuli
If) imls inch a ihwltisfa
lhn In degree a will
OIVK rA'KN-HANDKI) JUSTlCC 10 ALL
tIR AtijLlrtK TO TUB
AMKRICAN WATG1I COMPANY,
Ma&SAClmurlt. U. S. A.
A fir.t tl,itHnttnnl and sudi ntti?r 'ismUI 4li.titiilnn
til pi. nn, tnriht, or nartl as I ciniMf nt with the ilu
iirsnmi nnii2itioni tn iiunonii r,)iinj intrrna
tlon.il Lonuiijttm. fsir th tarRt niul mo.t comjjIcli
exhibit of harolmitsl mtiiniiiit f x.int.netl,
llipy nlcjmixKe,ttstli ntilj manlij' which their
aprcntisn tf iIm inViiu of the jidKhitrttmi of tliU
tiuniiiny ran In .vfatmatcly or r,jintitly rrtokjnUskJ ly
the cnminlttf nn Jnuintc nnJ AnnK tlmt a Maratn
tint-tln-T.iVsrtnt.lN stcn for tlt tlmk-?cptnj qualities
nf nil grrulc of thec watch.
Al, a wjvtrale ftrM'ctanwnnl for the pcrfntion ot
thii nptpm of xmtchnnl lilt; niul the tniprmeinent. 1
tlir inrchnmc.il inrtsf tho Ufttcli, 1-cinj? notahly In th
iniiiiiring .iml Kointf-lmi-rel, th )itrnt wfrty (ilnton
the ji Tm riU) IsiitJjl ftirm of all the trrtli of the train
in t Kraue nf Match altW, nnJ ihe-Jitxlirotul ad
jitMmcnt ur the Ittlinceapring.
Alw. n rtrntcl.m aw.ml fur mw mode of cvmjnwt
Alvi. n ttrparnle Tin-t diss nvtard fur t!w iinn)ve
nitnts In cum, the niiiulrr of nrllsiic fornix anil tlplm
uwd, thp ln-auty and elsfc.incc of thfir fm1.h, and fur
thflr new nnd imtetruct.T)le methyl of rnamelint;.
Alttto Clinle V Worn!, mchinlud tifxttntfitd'
rut A mm can Watch Conutany, Waltlum, Matt,
U.S. A. '
The following li the onlVr rf anardi made hy tlitt
Sydney Inteniatiimnl I.shihilinii Coin mi tun to the
Amnican Watch Conijrir y, of Waltliaiti, MaM :
Ould snd SiUrrWaicheva-FIrst ilfRfce of merit and
snccl.it mention tGold Medal.
7imcVceInjj nualitiesof nil grades of Watches llrst
degree of merit.
IVrfeclIon In SyMem First decree of merit.
New mode of rOmpenatintr lialances First degree of
Improvement, tiniOi and elegance of Ca First de
gree of merit.
Kntavlnj;, cliattns; and eninirling of Watth Caes
First decree of merit ami special mention.
Chat le M. Woerd, .Mechanical Superintendent First
degree of merit, Kpeci.il.
at-fTTlifre leine several wortliV Hatches lartitf
the murks of Walt ham Watch discovered within the
past seven months, lalmedofruti the puM.c ni Knuine.
the puhlic arc hereby notified of the fact nnd cautioned
Agent for tha Hawaiian ItUiuls.
Jt7-M. WENNER & Co.,
t Post Stssist, Hoioui'l.ti, j I.,
Have re-oiwnrd at the old stand with a new
and carefully selected stock of
And Clocks, nil kinds, (J
Gold Chains and Guards,
Sleeve Buttons, Studs, &c.
Indies Mould do well to call ami examine our stock ol
llracrkls, llroorhes, IM-kcts, l.arrinns, etc.,
flitch were esiieslally iclscled with a
view to suit the market.
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made to order.
The repairing branch of our Imilnes e regard at an
inrsottant one, and ay job entrusted to ut will
be executed in a manner second to nuite,
rtf every dfsrription done to order lUrtkular attea
lion if jwiti to ortiTs ami Jot work from tne other
ltland. Whde thanking the puhlio for pat
favor we rtturu to hope that our long ex
pel lenre hi these hhnd will enaUe u
la ulrtain a fair tlwt of prtronaxe
In the future,
"OulrhS'ilrmttuil Smalt Profit,"
Iour mottit, and we Uiall keep In Urxk every aiti) In
ourhnaof Lutincit. u-im
RS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 79 Fort Straet. Honolulu,
IMhlBTKR, ANI UBAI-S IH
nu raw ins
I'nf'.t, Allurlimnilt, Mi nmt Arteuorll.
AHUNT FOR TIIK
Whits and the Lir,iiT-Ki:sNlM) Nkw Hosik M.'cnloc,
Howard' alathlne NVrdtei, all alnds
Corllcell'. Silk, In alt rolors and strcs t
HaiUmr'l I.lnen 'I hreail,
Clark's O. N. IV Machine Cotton. . ,
Mint. Demoiesfs A'elial'le Cut lier Aillem
Dealer In Kinks,
UlKsaml SrrmTISG Conns,
biuiT, l'iiii, Ca,
- run! )lTtuU.'liw.n
.Kf.uosr.SK MTorr.Mf iilan iitr.
SctsuuE-Mashlne, Uxk and Cun KeAirlnc promptly
atlriHlcd lo. ur
NION FEED COMPANY
have on hand and for sale.
HAY, OATS, BRAN, BARLEY
(.14. or grouid,)
" Hllur.K f.'ON.Y,
. VHALKKU VtlHN,
and lu fact every I Mm ixrlalnlnn to the, K.sd business,
(hders fiirfn ih. IsUruls will have bur promt wh
lareiu, alien, ion.
Kb uders tu Ue aiUlr.ised, sj
union nii;n co,, iiuiuiu.
Tl,lon No, i;j, MJ jsa
KNOWLES' STEAM All D VACUUM ,,
C. Hh'BH'SK sV CV., AGXfTS.
lUsuV on hand a fuN aad ouinslm tsoHt f ta
ahuve tsJehralsd (..., isss. asses' i VfAtt Taimyr
trout Mutism. smram.e aw to-W 'WiSjsr ajasj
Uiite than a ay whee sU sJsytaj It.i .s.4,
the i4uimim of Uwtw tiiiihiiliilr sa tW ViMisssa
IVoiv W)h h Ik. hsvss Hllul.ilmsd astea sSva
u. thai, sisfcw Mimw , ' it
V YOU )'AWT A COOil ClOCK.
tf ra Wmmt m0td Maaak.
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