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Honolulu, Hava.iiari Islands: Saturday, September 22. 1SS3.
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A Jtfj'tf In A i Oflleer' trifr."
l'niTon Saiuriiay I'rkiw .57r In lie
Imlf of the junior officers of the United .Stated
Navy, I here slate thai the " new order," for
MiMing wive of officers to travel all om the
world, etc., etc., I one of the lt If not the
bel order ever promulgated. A young lady
fresh from Itoarillng nchool where she should
have remained longer In one ol tier prome
nade", or picnics, meets "an officer 1" pre
sumably a midshipman, of course they hac nt
once fallen in love J result, marriage. Shcdoes
not stop to nk almut .salary, duties, his ability
to support her. Oh, no I When too late she
finds that $500 a year Is hardly enough lo fol
low her hushand around the world on, and sup
port them both but, did she stay at home,
live economically, and wait for her husband's
promotion, she would be better ofT In ockct
as well as health. The principal reason t pre
sume of the Issuance of "the order," was
something like this i Lieutenant A j being a
married man, and attached to a vessel In port,
receives an Invitation to a party, lie has the
first watch (8 to is). He asks II. a midship
man or ensign, to stand his watch for him. II.
has an Invitation too, isn't married nnd wants to
go ; ami, as is his night, declines. Lieutenant
A. goes to the Incentive Officer nnd requests
that II. may stand bis watch j Midshipman
II. Is onttrttl to do so, Of course II. is
incensed and, Instead of going to the party,
writes to his father, who perhaps is a member
of congress from Missouri. The father forth
with rushes, to the office of the secretary of the
navy, and asl his conundrum why his son,
who is a midshipman and not a watch officer,
should be ordered to take the watch of Lieu
tenmt A., who it a watch officer, and thus be
debatrcd from attending the party. This is an
everyday occuirencc in almost every ship in
the Navy. Some limes there Is an alteration
in the routine; A ship is at a port and is or
dered to another. Mrs. A. is to go by rail, of
course Lieutenant A. wants to go with her, it
will take the cars a few hours, but the ship a
week Kxr II. comes in for A's. watch again.
Sec 1 Officers below the rank of caplain arc
net expected to entertain in the general accept
ation of the term oftentimes a hop is given on
board, which costs little but to say "every
entertainment costs from $15 to $20 each is
rather steep take for example the Lackawanna
with say twenty officers, an entertainment such
ns her officers have given here, which were ns
nice as nice could be, would hardly cost $400
but 'if for example the officers of the Hart
ford who are all married men w.ird room
officers I mean had bad their wives " travel
ing 1S00 miles in the last ) car " at a cost of
say 5 cents per mile, or say $900 for each one,
an entertainment -would be likely " to cost $15
or $20 each.
The husband of "the indignant wife" has
been in the navy fourteen years, and is only a
'ub-lieutenjnl " (sic) and it strikes me that
with the education be has acquired gratuitously
from the United States Government, that he
might do better than to remain in the navy
with all its attendant hardships. That officer
has been on shore or other duty four years nnd
six months, At sea, seven years and ten
month; unemployed, eleven months not such
very hard lines.
The " ration " of officers and men Is com
muted at 30c per day or $9 per month It does
cost from $15 to $30 according to the rank ol
the officer, per month for his mess bill but
the ration as furnished by the government U
the best, the most varied, and, the largest fur
nished by any nation in the world, and no
win living can consume his ration and The
officer who cats " hard tack "at sea or in port
docs so from choice, as every ship carries flour
of the best.
I cannot vouch for "Dead Man's Island"
off Panama, "being peopled for many feet
under ground by the corpses of officers and
sailors of the navy etc.," but I will cnturc to
say there aie not two hundred graves of all
nationaltics on the island, which has been
used as a cemetery for a century or more.
I believe it i the Intention of Secretary
Chandler to fit out a few of the largest ships,
which arc to be officered by married men only
who will be allowed lo carry their wies with
them, and to moid being obliged to live in the
usual small rooms, with " bung holes," every
officer will be allowed to build such additions
as he may wish. " Wics obey your hus
bands." An i'x-Ofhckr and IIusuand.
Honolulu, September 15, 1SS3.
"The I'niicc of . Turtuiid."
At one of our hotels, in the capacity of
butler, or steward, or caterer or something of
the kind, there is a man who is dignified in
nunner nnd stately In carriage. The soulful,
far-away expression in his e)cs; the studied
reservation in tils Intercourse with the "com
mon heid," and the lean and hungry Cassius
like exprevdon of too much thinking depleted
In his every feature, tells us that he is of higher
rank p ml nobler lineage than those upon whom
he wails, lie is the "Prince of New
Tacomaj" at least the iKxudcrs says that he
mutt be such in disguise, fium the proud div
daln which, in unguarded moments, he ftingsofT.
A few days since one of our young men, who
it liliiwlf of rather lordly mien, suggested to
the ditguiurd that a fork would not be amWs
in the dUcusslon of his matutinal meal. The
fork was brought; but the keen oWtu-r could
see Out iK-rformancc of this menial duty racked
cmy nerve in the tcnilfite s)stcm of the
prince, at he flung the fork with lordly con
tempt upon the table and frownlngly muttered t
"Nest time intimate )uur orders to a waiter;
if my observation pleases not, )ou are at lib
erty to Icnc the hostelry pa) ing first )our
Iward bWV'-Stattlt Herald.
Said 1 com I Honolulu brKtrgroom, who
did not w'uh lo offend his bride or die of In
ternal dUtuibancc, " My dear, this cake looks
delicious; but it Is the first you base ecr
made. I cannot think of eating it, but will
preserve it lo show to our children iu after
)ciu as a sample pf their mother's skill and
1 1 1
How much plcaiauti'r this world would be
to live in were it as easy to go lo bed at night
s it Is to remain there in the morning, and as
easy to get up tn the morning as it U to talk of
gelling up when ou go to bed.
I'tifttjljilnlrt milt llatrnllnn Vnlngr.
On the nrsforOctobcr the postage on sin
gle letters in the United States will be reduced
to tun cents, and that sum prepaid will carry
a letter between the two most distant points In
the Union from South Florida lo the cxtre
mest settlement of Alaska- a distance of about
five thousand miles. To accomplish this
change in the nation's routine and habit where
there are about forty-seven thousand ost
offices and a population of over fifty millions
of woplc, a large majority of the builncss por
tion of whom must hae considerable amounts
of the old stamps on hand to lie disposed of
for the new ones is no cvcry-ilay feat, for it
amounts almost to a commercial revolution.
The revenue of the United States post-office for
1882-3 is estimated at om $50,000,000, with
a surplus of $3,000000.
The reduction of one-third in the rate of
postage on Idlers, will not reduce the total re
ceipts to that amount, for experience basshonn
that every reduction of postage results In an
Increase of correspondence, So that, if the
United States post-office revenue for the past
year has been fifty millions, as estimated, the
loss, arising from the charge of letter postage,
will probably not be more than six or eight
millions for the first year after the- reduction,
with a very rapid increase In the receipts each
following year. And within ten, or at the
farthest twenty years after the postal depart
ment has again reached a self-supporting basis,
the public arc very likely to again demand a
further reduction to 6nc cent, which may ulti
mately become the domestic single letter rate
in all countries.
A new scries of United States stamps has
been issued to come into circulation on the
first day of October, of which the following is
a list : One cent, Franklin ; 2 cent, Jack
son ; 3-cent, Washington ; 5-ccnt, Garfield ;
6-ccnt, Lincoln ; 7-ccnt, Stanton ; 10-ccnt,
Jefferson ; 12-ccnt, Clay ; 15-ccnt, Scott ; 30
ccnt, Hamilton; oo-ccnt, Pciry.
Hawaii, also, is to have some new postage
stamps. By the next steamer stamps arc ex
pected of the denominations of 25, 50 and
ico cents. The smallest denomination will
have for its devise a picture of the statue of
Kamchameha I. The 50-cent stamp will have
a portrait of Lunalllo. The largest denomina
tion will be a portrait of Queen Emma.
Stamped envelopes have also lecn ordered, in
denominations of 1, 2, 4, 5 and 10 cents. In
the right hand comer at the top will be a pic
ture of Honolulu considerably larger than the
ordinary twstnge stamp. The picture w ill rep
resent ihc town as seen from a steamer on
rounding Diamond Head. Thedcnominations
will be expressed in Arabic figures to the right
and left of the picture and in lmth Knglishand
Hawaiian in a line above the picture. Noth
ing so pretentious in the same line has hitherto
been attempted by any country, one Spanish
American state only employing any similar tie
vice. The colors or the pictures will corres
pond lo the colors of stamps of equal denomi
nation. The I -cent stamp will be for circu
lars, the 2-ccnt and 4-ccnt for domestic cor
respondence, and the 5-ccnt nnd io-ccnt for
t'lirlttlnillti I'att unit I'reaent.
A long editorial in the San Francisco llulle
tin of August 1S1I1, concludes as follows:
"There is another class of facts which invite
attention. The statistics quoted by the
Pacific Churchman, and which arc attributed
to Sharon Turner, do not differ widely from
the data derived from other sources. They
show the approximate number of christians in
each of the eighteen centuries.
No. of Chris
No. oT Chris.
16th . .
The nineteenth century has not yet closed.
Hut the estimates for 1SS0 represent
410,000,000 of people nominally allied to the
christian faith. These figures of course In
clude the outside number. Hut taken in this
way Ihcy are as correct as those which are
made to represent olhcr religious faiths. One
other fact Is of leading imjortance. To-day
the numbers nominally represented by Chris
tianity represent the leading and controlling
thought of the world.
If reference Is made lo the progress of Chris
tianity in our own country, the same nuthority
is quoted for the following facts f
Year. PoiAilation. Communicants.
1S00, 3,3"3,483, 303,000,
1850. 31,191,870, 3,339,986,
1S70, 3B.s3337t. 6,073,A
1880, s4.i3i.iW, 10,063,803,
Now when some apostle of unbelief affirms
that Christianity is on the decline in the world,
he might do well to look into the facts. These
all point to nn entirely different conclusion.
The weakening of theological dogmas, the
modification of creeds, the more modern inter
pretation of written revelation, do not signify
that what is called a christian faith has less
hold of the world than formerly. We see the
growth of nuuiliers. The marshaling of all
the forces of the new ami freshest civilization
in this Interest. If it were possible o separate
what is spurious, sentimental and non-effective,
we shall still have such a residuum of power on
the side of Christianity as the world has neer
known before. This evolution of the new from
the old, of life from apparent death, is one of
the marvels of Ihe times. looking at the
forms of religious faith in Asia and of Africa,
which lave the nominal assent of seven lo
eight hundred millions, we nowhere find any
remarkable growth, There are no powerful
modern agencies enlisted in that behalf. Mod
ern cluluation is doing nothing to halite their
beliefs or to resuscitate the nations where deca
dence lias already set its seal.
On the house No, 7 Cavcn street, London,
a circular tablet has been (veil, jith the
wordsi ''Lived here, Itcnjamin Franklin,
printer, philosopher and statesman. Horn
1706, died 1790,"
A Harlem uiUs (outs because she can't be a
real reporter and "go to see the dead bodies in
the morgue and things like that."
"Eat onions, sis," is the Uoslon Post's adi ice
to a )oung lady who wanti to know how to
avoid having a mustache on her upper lip.
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS,
No. 70 Qvtzx SttlKT, IIOf-OLULf.
Blacksmith Coal, Iron,
Oak, Ash, Spokes
Felloes, Shafts, Etc,
A COMFLnTK AND rINR ASSORTMENT Or
Comtantly kept on hand.
Carriages and Wagons snatlo to order,
SUITABLE TOR ANV RhqUIREMENTS.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
ILLINGHAM & CO.,
PAINTS. OILS and VARNISHES,
lcr.itosESii axi r.uniticATixa oils
The largest uiortroent of I'LOWS, for all purposes, to
be found on the island.
Harrows, Cultivators, Horse Shoes, Ox Yokes,
Ox lovs. Ox Chainst fodder Cutters,
Corn nnd Hominy Mills,
Garden and Canal ltarrous,
Axle Grease vcrv cheap ;
Imbricating and Illuminating Oils
KEROSENE OIL STOVES,
Lamps, Chandeliers and Lanterns- newstjles;
Hoe, Belting, Pumps,
Powder, Shot and Caps,
Howe' Standard American Scales
For all purposes;
Ire Cream eeer,
Call and examine our roods. Our stock is so con
stantly, replenished with the latest and most approved
indentions that it is impossible to enumerate them
within the space of our advertisement.
the r,ATEiT xorizT.Tr,
Something hich no one should be without, is one of the
Mngneio-Colclte Fire-Proof Safe.
Uond Cases or jewel Cases.
Read one tastimoniat out ot many.
Rtort of Cffinmittu of Fite tmnrance Jixfeitt:
At a meeting of the Massachusetts Mutual Fire In
urance Union, held at Nantaslet Beach, August 16,
t83i, samples of boxes manufactured by the Magncso
Calcite lire-Proof Company were shown. An Iron
box, about two feet long and one foot deep and wide,
with lining three-fourths of an inch thick of Magneso
Calcile material, was filled v.ith sarious documents,
greenliacks, and part of a card of lucifer matches. It
was then placed upon a bed of hot coals, and at least
four feet of dry, hard wood piled upon it. 1 he box was
kept under extreme heat for an hour and a half. Not
withstanding the iron cover of the box was so badly
wartwd that the lining was in Immediate contact witn
the dames, on opening it the whole contents were found
in a perfect state 01 preservation. A small bond and
note case, designed to be used inside of aults and safes,
was subjected to the same degree of heat for half an
hour, and its contents were a!o found as free from any
appearance of fire or smoke as v. hen placed therein.
II. C ItlGELOW,
Ciias. B. CUMIKGS
Ciias. A. HoWLAhU,
Elijah Howe, r
AlFKlD L. llAKBOl'll,
Representative insurance officers.
M. CARTER & CO.
S. SI. CARTtH,
S. r. GRAHAM.
No. 82 King Street, Honolulu,
KITAIL DEALERS IH
FIREWOOD, COAX. AND FEED
( We would notify the public, and housekeepers tu par.
ticuUr, that we keep on hand and for sale, in quantities
lo suit purchasers and at lowest rates, fuel, as follows;
HARD AND SOFT WOOD,
Cut any lengths 1
N. S. W. -NEWCASTLE COAL,
SCOTCH COAL, and the
CELEBRATED WELLINGTON MINE,
DEPARTURE HAY COAL.
1 he abov can be ordered by Telephone or otherwise,
and immediate delivery guaranteed.
GIVE US A CALL Telephone, No. 30'
WE ALSO KEIf IK STOCK
II AY, QATS-CalifomU and New Zealand 1
BARLEY-Whole and ground ;
WHEAT, CORN-Wbole and cracked ;
BRAN, MIDDLINGS, and other feed.
Order (he above through Telephone No. 395
AkO WE WAIMAKT
Qssick Delivery ajU FmU Welcfct
ORDERS FROM OTHER ISLANDS SOLICITED
free Descry w AH hull of the Clt).
Wr, Me. 18 Kins Street.
TELEMIOkl N. SOS- I))
CAUTION. All persoos ore hereby warned not to
negotiate draft No. 60, drawn 00 the (th of
August, 1 Mi, by Frank Uuvli. Eleele, on E. Hoc.
nUuger & Co., in favor of Wolupkee, amounting to
$100. the same being either stolen or lost. Payment of
said draft it supped; ALIU.
ICE LAND AT WAIKIKI
On MONDAY, September 24th,
at is o'clock noon, at my Sales Room,
I will tell, at public AjCtlon, that cettairl
1'IKCE OK LAND
in WAIKIKI, mauka of premises of
Hon. A. S. CLEGIIORN,
containing an area of 09 too acres, now undercutiiva
tton with rice.
The land Is entitled to water.
Title perfect, and possession given immediately,
i it E. I'. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Importer and Dealer In
Chandeliers, I.amp, Pendants, Bracket Limps;
0 Tubular, Side 'Iubular, lloilinghoute,
and Police Lanterns; Nurse, Pocket, and
Table l-amns ; Globes, Chimne s, Reflectors,
Lamp Holders for sewing.machines.
STOVES AND RANGES Uncle Sam, Buck'k
Patent, Richmond, "KaMoi,' Pert, Osceola,
Hawaii, Alolia, Almeda, Mora.
MISSISSIPPI RANGE Cooking capacity for too
FRENCH RANGES For revtaurants, hotels, and
private residences, with or without hot water
WESTENHOLM'S IX L CUTLERY:
A fine assortment of Table, Desert, and Tea
Knives and Forks ; Carvers and Steels, with
plain and ornamental ivory handles ; also
Pocket Knives, Razort, Shears, Button-hole
and ladies' Scissors, Bread Knives, genuine
French Cook Knives, Butcher and Kitchen
Ladies' Work-vt.ind Basket ; Oliicc, Lunch,
Laundry and Market Baskets.
DOORMATS Assorted sires and patterns.
Rosen Brothers' and Meriden Plating Works ;
Water and Cream Pitchers; Table, Desert,
and Tea Knives ; Forks and Spoons, Spoon
Holders, Napkin Rings, Children's Mugs,
Pickle and Cruet Stands, Butter Bowls,
Card Receivers, Fruit Stands, Preserve
AGATE WARE :
Nickle-mounted Tea Sets, in part or whole,
very neat and desiiable ; plain Cooking
Utensils in large v ariety.
Milk Pans, Pudding and plain Basins, Milk
Boilers ; Rice, Jelly, and Ice-cream Moulds ;
new patterns in Stew Pans.
SAUCEPANS Enameled and tinned iron, from 3-pint
Toilet Sets, Toilet Stands, Water Coolers
Cake, Cash, and Knite Boxes; Spittoons,
Cuspidors, Children's Tra s.
Fairbanks' Platform, Counter, and Kitchen
AGRICULTURAL. IMPLEMENTS : 1
Moline Plows, Shovelt, Spades, lloes. Rakes,
Rice and Manure Forks, Oos, Hoe Handles,
Plow Handles and Beams.
ICE CHESTS and REFRIGERATORS.
BALDWIN FODDER CUTTERS Three sues, K,
i, lM and 3-inch cut, an A i article.
Warranted best grades New York standard,
and carbolued, M. H tjf. 'H, a inch
Hose, norrles and sprinklers, Ike
PLUMBER AND TINSMITHS' MATERIAL:
Sheet Lead, a to 14 lbs. snuare foot ; Soil Pipe,
lead and cast iron; Water Closets, Caes
Sheet Tin; Sheet Copper, clean and tinned,
14 lo bo oz. ; Hose Uibbs, Rosin; Sinks,
black and enameled: ditto Washslands J
Sheet Zinc; Soft Solder, our own make,
GALVANIZED IRON PIPE-tf loalnch; elbows,
T reducers, plugs, bushing.
PIPE VICES, take H to 3 inch pipe ; Hocks and dies,
cuts to 3 inch pipe.
BIRD CAGES Largest variety in market, painted,
bright, ani brass wire.
DADY CARRIAGES, UojV Wheelbarrows and Go
carts. AGENT FOR
Hall's justlv'-cclchrated Fire and Burglar proof
Safrv We keep in stock the largest assort
ment of Safes to be found west of California.
Cuts mailed u;ion application.
GELETTS ICE MACHINES:
Just the thing for use on plantations wheie
Meain Is available. Small size makes la lbs.
ice in four hours ; second size, 70 llts. in seven
hours. Cuts, with full direction for working,
mailed to snur address on application, e
are authorized to deliver these machines
alongside at makers' prices, adding only cost
01 packing-eases and freights.
CUSTOM WORK of all kinds tn tin, copnc,, and
sheet-iron working attended to. Vv ork-thop
over store. Work executed by competent
workmen at reasonable prices.
UIWER BLOCK. FORT STREET.
" Nimble sixpence better than a slow shilling "and
t3T DONT FORGET IT. J 150 tf
-NE HUNDRED AND TEN DAYS
O. W. MACTAKLANE Co.
orrss ron sals thkcaugo or T"E
Extreme Iroa Clipper Skip Iheaden
NOW UEInO LANDED
IN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE CONDITION,
coksistimg or rie LiNrs or
BAR onj SHEET IRON.
ENGLISH STEAM COAL, Etc
all or which will s orrEii
Te the TrsseU mm yery r ! Tn
KJOTTCE.-George Gray Ugt la notify the public
IH and his customer, taat he hat receatl) opened
the HOTEL &KREET MARKET, lie b now
DrCsDeUvki to uiDCtlv fAHeiLauti ml that mil-Lei lien !
j nooa frtw. 4 to y g'tkxl. Uh frh cut tm-Ml. ! j)
r-"ASTLE & COOKE,
Honolulu, II. I.,
Would call attention to their Large and
varied Stock of
Consisting of the unrivad'tcl fan's Siccl
The Moline Sieel Breakers, and Furrowing Plow, Mo
line Steel Plows all sizes Planet, Jr., Culti
vators, Dirt Scrapers,
John Deoro's Gang Plows,
Planters' Hoes of the lst nukes,
DISSTONS' CELEBRATED CANE KNIVES
made to order, Ames' Shovels nnd Spades,
Garden Hoes, Canal Barrows, Ox
Bowl, Yokes, Chains, Fence
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Cumberland Ccml, .
Sperm Oil, C)lmder. l-ard
and Kerosene Oil, Perfect
Lubricators, Plumbago, Al
bany Grease, Dmton't and
b. and J. Files, txllitzeiand
kinds Steam Packing, Flat
and Round India Rubber,
. Aibestos and Soap Stone,
flax Packing, India Rub
ber Hoe, J to a inch, Pipes
and Couplings, Nuts nnd
Washers, rtniOied, Machine
Holts, all sites. Cold pressed
Blacksmith's, Engineer! and
Carpenter's Hammers, Pipe
Cutters, Winches, 8 inch to
34 inch, Am lit, Vices, Tube
Scrapers, Grindstones, Rest
Steel, Builders' Hardware,
nil kinds and st)les. Hub
buck's Paints ami Oils, raw
and boiled. Small Paints in
Oil, in large varietv. Dry
Taints, Umber, enetian.
Red, Ochres, Metallic, &ct
Whitintf, Gei man Window
ass'td sles, Manila Rope
No. 1 and a Flour, No. s and a Rice,
Crushed Sit par, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon, Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory
Pure English Spices, Condensed Milk
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES :' The J-Vif-ttcr
Kri'OMrnr tHtt VetonfM CV11
tvlfutnl Lltthitg, 14 Inch. Mtuhbev
Spflttff tititt t'unra Jlrnhr just at
hand, Blake Steam Pump Valves, Pack-ing-.
Ac, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
ALSO ON CONSIGN HUNT
California Hay, Parley, Potatoes, Barrels
Salmon, Hams, Asbestos Mixture for Ptoilers
and Steam Pipes, ery cheap. Fence Wire
and Staples, Galvanized Roofingi
Wilcox and Gibb's Automatic; Singer Manufacturing
Company, Assorted: Remington Company, Family;
Wilson Machines, the best assortment to be found,
and at Bottom Prices.
New Goods by every arrival from England, New
York and San Francisco.
1 Now Traction Engine. 8 -horse power
Orders from the other Islandi filled at Rest Rates and
nnHE EXPRESS BUSINESS.
Ashley & Hebbard, having the largest wagon
In the business, are prepared to carry passen
gers and move freight of all descriptions to and
from any part of the town or vicinity, with
quick dispatch, and at the lowest possible rates.
If you want to reach your work and be re
turned always on time, at the most reasonable
figures, go to Ashley A Hebbard
If you want your furniture moved with care,
go to Ashley ft Hebbard.
If yon want your baggage moved with quick
dispatch, go to Ashley At Hebbard.
If you have heavy freighting to be done, go to
Ashley & Hebbard.
If you have light parcels to be delivered, go
to Ashley & Hebbard,
If you have express ge of any sort to be
attended to, go to Ashley ft Hebbard.
Mr. W, G. Ashley, having the Honolulu
agency for Wells, Fargo ft Co., and being
promptly on board all lac om log steamers. Is
prepared to look after freight or baggage with
promptness and certainty.
Ashley ft Hebbard will deliver aU the Wells,
Fargo business at this end of the line, and will
call at bouses for Wells, Fargo packages, when
notified by telephone or otherwise,
A&hlby & IUbbako,,.,., Telephone 938
Wklu, Fahco & Co .Telephones
A COMFORTABLE HOME I
The undersigned has recently fitted up
III elegant tt)lc, the large roomy Cottage formerly bej
tinging to the Lctnon estate, on Nuuanu street,
beyond the Commercial Hotel -rcmUes,
for the purpose of conducting
A smyrter I ijiBg Mossae,
lit nam of this pUaiinl retreat li lU "WIIITF.
HOUbK." It cannot U surpassed in th kingdom for
comfort and clcanlineu.
THE GROUNDS ARE SPACIOUS
and ornamented with shae trees.
Persons of respectability may always be sure of aebcer
ful home titer. A sutuig-routn Is set apart tq? the con
venience of guasu. A FEW MOKE ROOMS ARE
VACANT. Terms always snodcratc.
MRS. J. T. WHITE. Pioprktc.
JksTMany of our readers will remember Mrs. White
as proprietor of the lodging hou- on Fort street, ad
lowiag the Pantheon Stable. hkh was such a com
fortaUe home under hex inasajicjneat. 1 1 v
RUSSESI TRUSSES I
TRUSS KS ,
TKusans. i uussfS. i ru
-TRUSSES. IKUSSliS. TKU?
HOL1ISTER &, CO.
!lrf jutt rtctiiej a lirgs invoice of
The Celebrated Celluloid Trnne
DIKKCT FUOM THE FACTOKY.
WE HAVE SPECIAL, FACILITIES
For Adjusting TruMe.
HOLLISIEH & CO.,
Cor, Tort and Merchant streets and 59 Kuuan'l street"
pALMER & THATCHER,
Puro Drug and Chemicals,
ALHAtS OH HAND.
A full assortment of Patent Medicines
KEIT IN STOCK,
St. Jacob's Oil,
Warner's Safe Care,
August Flower, Etc
A FINE USE OF
Celluloid Trusses and
Hot Water Bags.
A SUPERIOR LOT OF DATHING SPONGES.
WE CAKftV TUB LARGEST STOCK OF
Eye-Glasses and Sneotaoles
IN THE KINGDOM.
PALMER 4: THATCHER.
113 Fort Street.
T M. OAT Jr., & Co.,
HONOLULt', II, I.,
STATIONERS and NEWS DEALERS,
Would take this method of Informing the inhabitants of
Honolulu, and Ihe other islands that
they have opened a
Stationery and News Depot in the New
Hawaiian Gazette Block, No. 35 Mer
chant Street, where they are prepared
Ink and MuclUigc,
In quarts, pints, hair-pints, and cones.
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
Cap, Envelopes, Papeterles, etc., etc.
Ortlerttakrn famuli prrlotllral or lieics
yapcr that way be tlrmtrrtl.
Prompt attention will be siren lo lh. Mailing
of Papers lo subscribers on any of the other
islands ; also, agents for the
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Orders for Red Rubber Stamps received and promptly
pALMER & THATCHER,
I) FOKT STT..,., , ...lIOhOLVLl.', II, I,
Toilet Artlolee and Fancy Goads.
LADIU' AND ClfcTLIMtN'a
Toilet Dressing Cases,
ELEGANT IIA1IV TOILET SETS
IK MVSILAL STYLES.
Saehet Pewders and Face Powders
IN CHEAT VAUICTV.
A UMrUITE44N or
EasdWrg's Celebrated PerfaiBery,
EaUacts. Cologne, Lareader Wttsr, Etc
Dr. Tkatehav's Teeth PewtUtr.
Our Piles Are Aiarajrt Bpilallj Lew.
TSLSrHONS No. )7. IJJtf
firAILUKU FOI FACTORY,
Wauvkv, Man, II. I,
Qumtltv tf rmimi MmmttflK4ttr4 C-
ssatsMy, AU orders Used with dispatch.
B. N. Seatf.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
OFFER FOR SAM',
From the cargoes of ihe GlrnUivie and other recent
sessels. the following
Dry "Gods Tlrid" GlGilliJl-PcJ
Prints of the laiet hIm, fat colors;
lllue Denim., l!roni Linen Drills,
White Crotdon wheeling,
llorrock'j xmt Cloth., Waltrfroof Tweeds,
lottelsftnd'lowetinjf, (lla.s Towels,
'lable Lloihe, lable NapVlns,
Pure Einens, Shawls, Dress Goods
Grenadine., While and Colored Silks,'
Colored Satin., Grass Cloth., '
Artificial f lower, and Ftathers,
Cotton Handkerchiefs, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Table Covert, woolen: Colored Satteem and Crapes
fancy 'Mixture nnd lllue and Gray Hannelt,
ictorla I,awm, llrooks' Spool Cotton,
fllue and Vhil Check I.l.tados,
FANCY DRESS GOODS
Fancy Plaids Resptu bhlrt.. Wool Shirts,
hlle and Colored Cotton Sthlrts,
Fancy Scarfs, Pilot Reefers,
Men's While and llrown Cotton Half Hose,
Indies Hose, Men's Keadi-made Clothing,
I jdies' Hats (white, black and fancy straw),
India Kublier Coats, Caries and Leggings,
lllue nnd Gray Horse lllanlrts.
Woolen Illankets, all sires, colors and weights;
Vrtret Cll'wfi, 1'rlrrt Iliifft,
I'elrrt nmt Tiiprntrtf Ihmr 3IiHm.
SAD D EERY.
A full assortment of GENT M'.MI'.N'S and I.A
DIES' SADDLES J also, Saddle, for Dojs and Gills
and a few
IIR1DLES, Saddle Cloth, and Chamois Skins.
SuRftr Bars, 20x36.
Cool Bags, 26x37.
Rice Bates and Twine.
(hilrmilxrit Corniiialril Jtni)hii (14 gauge),
in 6, 7, S and 9 feet lengths.
ROOFING SCREWS AND WASHERS.
Annealed Fence Wire, Nos. 4, 5, 6 and 7, and Staples;
Galvanired Iron lluckets, all sires;
GaUanLed Wash llasins,
Galvanized Garden Itordering and Netting,
1 inned Iron Saucepans, all sizes;
Teakettles, real Japan Illacklng.
I'nvluu Uriel; and Garden Xilcs,
Lawn Seats and Chairs,
THREE LAWN TENNIS SETS
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
Fancy Glass Flower Stands,
PORTLAND CEMENT FIRE I1RICKS,
Liverpool Salt a ml HotU Sail, Zlnet, I'ahilt
and llollcil Oil; Warmttr Saute
English, American and Hawaiian
Three, lite and tcicn yards long.
TOPSAIL SHEET CHAINS,
Admiralty test, sites J.'i (, 1 and V,.
rOWELL DUfrTRYN STEAM COAL,
ENGLISH LEATHER IIELTING, from "3 ton,
ll feel lengths; 1$ and IS tt per yard.
Fish PUles, llolls ami Nuts.
Railroad Spikes Iu match
Oho MUe'lTorte 1'oietr I'artaM Eualut
Alto, One Three-liorme ij'otrt-r Yertieat
c-qr THEO, II. DAVIES CO.
FANCY COLORED GLASS,
Juu rcceiied and for sale e Abergildie and
Hankow, from London,
AT THE HONOLULU STEAM PLANINU MILL,
Tin ris.ur AssoiiMiaT or
funey Colonel 3040 lath
May L found a! the above euabUshjncat,
Also, PLATE GLASS, from o,au laches lo mis fees
tug AtOVK IS
OFFERED AT REASON U)LK KATES.
Aa Early Call b Solicited.
. MmJulu bsAM PVsale, Mitt
ChYS,4L?.0DA' Dorics, AV -
PALMim & THATCHER,
"' FoT SmtfT II njlm , II !
, K MANCrain Kit
Ginger Alo nntl
that li Superior In Quality and Flavor
To an)lhini; eier produced before In this kingdom.
Puro Fruit Acids,
ONLV IUSO IN Tim WAN! FAi. I Br.
AGENTS I OR
Puro Eastern Apple Cider.
SODA..'. (Per Doren) . 50c
SARSPARILLA " . 50c
CIDER. ' . , joo
GINGER ALE. ' .. . ?5c
Patent Wire Stoppers used on all our bottles.
Orders solicited. Good, delitered lo any .ut of ihe
vtijr, n.iu uiicu iu me outer i.iami.i
TrLKriioNK, No. o;.
Ue t!ciretoc-.II iltentlon to the fn Mfxk of OWi
which we now h.ite on hand, compritrt.T
FrtMh SpormOll. iu quantlttcn to unit
r& Oil, tn barrel's ami caie ;
(J) limler oil, in batreli And in caw ,
Cut or oil, (lo (i untitle,) In csueii ;
1'arafTine oil, in barrel ;
A cheap article for light-running machinery, ami, for
mon uict, fully equal to the more extxnsive oils.
K AIO KKRf IN STOCK
SKIDOATH OIU in caev
This oil li rn-ulk from shark's liven. an! It fully equal
to lard, and U much cheaper.
DARK r.UllKICATINO OlUInUrreb;
Juu the thine for Su-pir MUU, Cane Car riem and Cars,
or any ilow movinj machinery, and at half the
price of ihe expciuhe oif now in uae.
In addition to abote. we keep
Keroene Oil Downer's, Noonday, Luitrat,
Neatsvfoot Oil, boiled and raw:
Mnieed Oil, in quantltiei to suit.
And of llie best qualities. Also, contan and,
In oil and dry, and Uhttr Lrmt ittn! XI nc, of
diHerent qualitiV. Jut reccUed
TWO BUCKEYE MOWERS.
Just the thin-; to cut Htlo craw
rLUHaAWU AUIUtUl.IUKAl. IMrMeMKNTS jl
of everv descrintiou uuilnna I'Lant.-ttlrm. '
FCNCU V!RB AND HAHDWAKK of all linJ
constantly on land and for ate cheap by
E. O. HALL & SON,
131-tf Cor. Kins and Fort nru, Honolulu.
J. E. WISEMAN,
Real Eitate Broker, Custom House Broker,
Employment Affcnt and Genera.
Oitick No. i Menchakt Sthtkt .Monqlviv.
TKiKruoNK, t;- I'.O, Box, 315.
The only reeosnl-Kd Real Estate IIwiUEtt, Cl'&tom
lloi'sc Hbokek and (JtNrKAt. BiitiKKSH Agent,
on the Hawaiian Ulandt,
Usn.a Itnli... Iiilli.i B...I l,nA.. 1 ll ......
" ..WU.W.., vuH.K., auu ,uwill. Ml Hll 4ri. Ul
iionoiuiu. oeusanu Lar propel ly all os cr Ihe- King,
Attends to makinz entiles at Cu.toni House by power
of attorney, and otherwise.
AGENT TOR THE REST
Fir and Life Insurance Cosapaalee
IN THE WORLD
Legal Voawieiitt cf all Deurifliom Vraum,
Hills Collected : Hoolce and Accounts Arranged and
General OrTtce WoiL. Transacted,
Osuku rOM Tiis OrnsH Islnus Sulicitsu.
Money To Loan On t'lrH-Clam Security.
VICTORY riREalDE VIBITOK.il
A.alontlily Illustrated Paper, WltK 3 Oiroinot.
I.M. .1 1J
ENTERPRISE PLANINO MILL. v
It; KoT bmit, IluNbLlUtH. 1
C. J. Hard and H, P. Uertelmsns,
OONTRACTORS aad BUsXBER
PlaBlag, Shaping, Turning,
Band and Scroll Sawing,
Doors, Sun, Blinds, Door
and Window Frames,
Staks. mads to
MOLDINGS AND FINISH,
All orders filled on short notice, aodtUiuiz
attended to. Mouldiaf tuada to any patter tj
lira inarge (ur kulret. Prfca ol UasasM
at ea to ai w p.r aour. io-r
TO LET A lloussoa Cnuua street, ilsllss f I
ereii rowus, paulrr, Litchan, batSKM, . I
IsKjulrs at T tun street, ot SI fcuiau slrt. IS ST
tW TLt3 ot Cmuutt, UmUwtosw smI
Ttdlstt tuu cn kavsi vur fkniaa. m A. sVC 1
I.H.n , 9j IHXei WICU U
M0TICC.VA1I persona art kenLy waroej SaSSHt I
tNaMUig or tre.asaslsw la any way sposiSa I
.if lh KAWAI iZlA sTANCH radPANV TsJ
n i.i.i., uw.we.w4 vj in. sypeeuw snw aasu sis. WSJ.
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