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"Two attractive ladies cntne tb
Honolulu some,' montlis since com
mended to--' consigned to,' one might
say - a gentleman whose position in
Honoltilan sorfcty is crnphasired by
his hostility loathe government as an
" These ladles were received every
where with courtesy, cxrcpl at the
p.ilacc. There they were not tetcived
at all, for the very simple reason that
the gentleman under whose charge
they were was not on terms to ask to
have them received, and no one else
thought proper to interfere.
" 1 'resent I) arrived other ladies,
'consigned' to other society people
who wtrt on terms at the palace. The
second arrival were llrcs-entcd and, in
due course, wcreinvitcd to breakfast at
the palace. Hut the elder of ladies
number one was not only a Christian
matron but was also so good a Repub
lican that she could not bear to have
the ladies number two accept anything
so compromising as a breakfast with
royalty, So she went to the leader of
patty number two and begged her not
to go to the breakfast, supplementing
her entreaty with some rash and not
very lady-like abuse of the Hawaiian
court, But the leader of party number
two had already accepted the invitation
--which had been arranged by friends
and declined to be persuaded. On
the following day, mutual friends
arranged n call at the residence of one
of the king's sisters The king was
present and ladies number one were
presented. The king, knowing nothing
about the feeling against his little
breakfast on the part of matron number
one, and finding out that she was an
intimate of matron number two,
thought it would be a good scheme to
have ladies number one present also.
Did matron number one draw herself
to her fullest height and indignantly
refuse to submit her Democratic diges
tion to the blnndishmcnt of the royal
breakfast? Did she, sweet innocents?
She did not I She merely smiled be
hind her fan and said she would be
A true story that and it points its
And now that this long moral preach
ment and this curt consideration of
recent critics draws to a close, docs not
the meaning of it all demand more
thoughtful consideration than it has
ever had ? There is one big fact which
all of us ought to be able to grasp.
Hawaii nci ought to be at peace within
itself, its jangling discords stilled, its
teapot tempests hushed. Must these
isles of peace go on forever at swords
lrawn with their highest good? Is it
necessary that the same old contentions
in other masques, mayhap that
have set the work-a-day outside world,
by the ears through only a little less
than a score of centuries, must come to
vex us in these isles of blessedness?
"A)e," you answer, "while wrong yet
rules, while waiting justice sleeps."
Ah 1 but how usurp, and how awaken?
Hy two wrongs, gentlemen ? By hate
and envy Mid all uncharitablcness ; or
by loe and toleration and all good
Stintr r'orelytt Mttiitlillra
The Sugar Cane for February is at
hand. Us monthly list of patents is an
interesting feature of this publication.
Some tables valuable to the trade statis
tician accompany the number under
Harper's for March is a good number.
It would be noteworthy, if for no other
reason, because of the beginning of a
new story by Charles Rcade evidently
to run only a few numbers. That last
but one of the "Old Guard" of novel
ists George Hliot, Thackcry, Dickens,
Bulwer, Kingsley, Trollope, Collins,
Rcade--is also to have a long serial in
Harper's Bazar, already, or soon to be,
begun. The illustrations of the March
number are not so noticeable as those
of the numbers for January and Febru
ary ; but Mr. V.. I Roe's odd composi
tion, Nature's Serial Story, has some
exquisite examples of wood engraving,
and there are fine cuts of John and
Abagail Adams and of Thomas J effcrson,
accompanying a paper on The Karljj
American Presidents ; anil the oilier
illustrated articles, notably The York
shire Coast, arc, as usual, excellently
done, in both letter, press and illustra
tion. William M. Baker has written a
short story under the title Love is Not
Enough in manifest contradiction of
the dictum laid down in William
Moriis' famous poem. In the Editor's
Easy Chair, George William Curtis says
a good word for Alfred Tennyson,
ancnt the latter's recent elevation to
the rank of baron.
Of St. Nicholas and Wide Awake the
trouble is always to know where to be
gin to say nice things. The publishers
of these generous rivals for the monthly
favor of at least a million juvenile
readers must spend " a mint " of money
in their congenial labor. But it is
money well spent. No child continu
ously may read either of those admira
ble monthly visitors, for a year, without
being distinctly a gainer. Which is the
better? Each "You pays your money,"
Uppincott's Maganne for March suf
fers by comparison with Harper's and
the Ccntuiy as it always does, except
when some special article makes the
Philadelphia magazine especially sea
sonable to some community as was
the number for last January, which con
tained Mrs. Strong's piquant retelling
of the coronation storyctte.
The Atlantic has sixteen articles.
Among them is a satirical story of En
glish "high life" by Richard Grant
While, a poem by OHer Wendell
Holmes, a timely paper on the great
English actor, Henry Ining, an article
on English Folk-Lore and London
Humors, and a biographical sketch ot
Don John of Austria the brilliant
Spanish gou-rnor of the Netherlands
during the gloomy period following the
jucificatiou of Ghent, and which cul
minated in a united Holland and the
final overthrow of Spanish iiowcr in
Western Europe. The article in the
Atlantic is in roiew- of the biography
by the late Sir William Stirling-Mav
well, whose judgment of Don John's
character is my different from that of
The Oseiland'MoiUlily is a iKUiodi
i.l that one naturally classes with the
Atlantic. Neither has better reading
that Harper's or the Cento ry, and' each
lacks the illustrations of those wondcY
ful repositories of popular cultivation,
llut of course, the Atlantic has its New
England follow ini? while thctitalifornian
publication has a coinparathely small
constituency of readers, llut the March
number has one name on its title page
who is always sure of his readers. And
Honolulu must take off, its hat when
the literary world applauds, for that
name is Charles Warren Stoddard.
The second instalment of I-vy Letters
from Low latitudes consists 6f six en
titled Afloat1--Ashore--A Sabbatical
Matinee A I'oi-Fced Kapcna The
Colonial Transit A Day of Rest. Not
every Honoltilan reader will like those
l.vy letters. Not one reader in a thousand-
-the world over- -is toct enough
to appreciate - to understand the
dainty pcrfcctncss of Stoddard's prose.
Many an one will read these lazy letters
to quarrel with them. But surely not
Music-Doctor Bcrgcr, of whom the
singer of l'acific-idyls writes, with un
wonted briskness, bordering on the
newspaper English his fastidious cult
most haughtily avoids- -as a rule.
Do )ou know the re-cord of tliesc liand bo)s,
tier I'rofcwir ? Then here ft is in little s
Twelve ycus ago l'rofessor Henry llcrpcr look
the natise toils in I1.1111I they were sixteen in
number; of lltcsc sistccn cij;hl lire still with
htm i he I1.11 lost two of his best solo perform
ers by ileath. They nil rcail music nt sight
and with remarkable fluency. Professor Her
per, an enthusiastic musician and a, composer
h!melf, receives from Paris, llcrlin, and Lon
don the latest ''music, anil not Infrequently
selections from the last Kuropean operatic
novelty Are played in Honolulu before they
have been heard In the United States, The
Hawaiian band boy arc familiar with the
chief publications of Ilooscy and Chippcll of
I-ondon, and John While of lloston, and they
hac pli)cil more than one thousand selections
in public. There arc three rehearsals per
week, each from three to four hours in length ;
there nrC three concerts per w cek and some
times more. The numlicr of concerts already
given in Honolulu maybe roughly estimated as
At llie Hawaiian Hotel 350
At the Palace , ........... ..43a
At l.mml &uare....f ....... . . 575
This is pretty good work for n liody of eight
and twenty full-blooded Kanakas ; is it not ?
And let me odd, since you base recently had
the pleasure of hearing them play in San
I'rancisco, I lease it for you to t,iy if they lose
anything by comparison with the bulbous
members of your little German bands, who are
wont to distinguish themselves at gusty picnics
by blowing their eyes out of focus I
The author of "The Bread-Winners"
has writcn to the March Century, re
plying to the charges of his critics, that:
(1) "The Bread-Winners" is conceived
from an aristocratic point ol view. (2)
It is not well written. The incidents
are extravagant and untrue to naUirc ;
and (3) It is a base and craven thing
to publish a book anonymously. On
the last point he says : " My motive in
withholding my name is simple enough.
I am engaged in business in which my
standing would be seriously comprom
ised if it were known that I had written
a novel. I am sure that my practical
efficiency is not lessened by this act ;
but 1 am equally sure that I could
never recover from the injury it would
occasion me if known among my own
colleagues, l'or that positive reason,
and for the negative one that I do not
care for publicity, I resolved to keep
the knowledge of my little venture in
authorship restricted to as small a circle
as possible. Only two persons beside
myself know who wrote "The Bread
winners." A fine portrait of Von
Moltkc is one of many good illustra
tions in the number. A lady, Helen
Zimmcrn, is the writer of the accom
panying article. The whole number is
a fine one.
The Popular Science Monthly for
March contains an article on green
suns and red sunsets which ought to
interest. Mr. Sereno Bishop, Mr. C.
J. Lyons, Mr. V. L. Green and other
local scientists. Mr. W. 1 1. I.arrabce
is the writer. He recounts the fact
that while the appearance of the sun is
greenish-yellow in most places at Trini
dad, on the and of September last, the
appearance of the setting sun was blue.
The same aopearancc was noted at
Ceylon, while at Madras, India, the
sun on the oth of September the sun
was " perfectly rayless," though on the
13th it was a bright pea-grten. The
hypotheses of terrestrial dust on one
side and of cosmic dust on the other
arc stated at some length. It is a long
jump from the scientific consideration
of the recent phenomenal after glows to
an anatomical study of the human
foot. Fashion and deformity in the
feet is an illustrated article by Miss
Ada II. Keplcy. It begins with the
following startling announccmei.t : "A
well-formed foot," says Chapman, in
the American drawing book "is rarely
to be met with in our day, from the
lamentable distortion it is doomed to
endure by the fashion of our shoes and
boots." The article quotes Lord l'alm
erstou that : " Shoemakers should all
be treated like pirates, put to death
without trial or mercy, as they hae in
flicted more .suffering on mankind than
any class I know," Every woman who
has ever worn a tight shoe and every
girl who is ambitious to wear particu
larly small ones ought to read this arti
cle attentively. The masculine tight
boot brigade is not worth saving. Air,
Matticu Williams' interesting series on
cooking- reprinted from the London
publication Knowledge is continued
and tells us how to cook those indigesti
ble compounds of casine known as
Welsh rarebits. There is a note on
Mosquitoes and Malatia which might
be worth reading by the doctors.
MIAS. J. PISIIRL.
WHOLESAIX AND RETAIL.
CnKi K)Kl'ii.ullOI'KI.''Sikm...... IIU10
CONnMi'Ki;ilAM'AMuNUUAtNU Ms. I lulu.
Cos ) lull 4K MAIN til at e-rt.WailuLii, M.ui
AMBURG-MAGDEBUHG FIRE INSUR-.
Arte Company of Hamburg:.
flutldtnff, .Merrhan.li, Furniture ami Machinery
In.ured Agaimt I ire on lite, nwl favotaMe terms, t
pany of Berlin,
F. A SCAEFEE cV Co.'AGEXTS
The above Insurance Company, ha Mtahtished a
General Agency hre, and the underignM, General
Ajfentt, are AutiKwired la take rlVs against thedanger
nt the Sea At the most reasonable me and mi th
nwt favorable term, a
pREMEM BOARD OP UNDERWRITERS.
F.A SCtAEFEXfrCa Attn!
Dresden Board of Underwriter.
Vienna Board of Underwtittrs
For the Hawaiian Uhndt
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
VJ Company 01 Berlin.
r. A. SCHARFEK cV ft, AGF.X1S.
The aliove Insurance t omjuwy lias r-MaMihed a (fun
eral A mum here, and thenhaveffimed. General Amil.
are authorized In lake Risk agiinst the danger rf the
"ca at the mmi reasonable tale, ami on (he mM la
AMBURCBREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
-. A, scjaefee o co.agrxts.
Hie aliovc firm hiving hern appointed agents of thi
company are rireparrd ,riro mk Against fire on
Stuncfttui Hrirk Irudding nn! in Merch-indi tmml
tiierrln, on the mmt favor a Me tVrm. For p-ullmlaM
nppty nl their olHce i
Company of Hamburg-.
. IIACKVEU) fr ft., Actnti,
Capitalnnd Urvrve. ...... Ueithmitlc 6,nw,oeM.
' their Ke Insurance Companies " 101,650,)
, .Keichimark to;, 650,000
Tli Afcenttof the nluve Company, for the Hawaiian
Mind, are prepared to injure IIiuMing, I itrnitiir.
Meriliandne and I'ruduce, Mitlnner), cic.f ftNo Siiar
find Rice MitW, nnd vessel in the lrlur Against luw
or dam-ige hy fire, on the mwt favuralle term. t
UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
or New York.
H ILDRR 6 Co., AGE.VTS,
TMryrat, Silfrnt nttil llio.f VeoHttmtrnt l.lfr
Jtmtirfiure Cnmjuittn In thr U'nrtf.
CASH ASSETS OVER $90,000,000.
For further Information concerning the Company,
And for rate of Insurance apply to the Agents, or to
J. F.. Wiseman, Soliciting A cent. i
ORTH- GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of HAmburc
. HACKFELD & ft., ACr.XTS.
Capital and Reserve . .. ..Kcichsrni.rIc 8,830,00a
" their Reinsurance Comjanie " 35,000,000
The Agent of thealove Company, for the Hawaiian
Idind, are (irepired to insure lluddings, I urmturc,
Merchandise and IVoduce, .Machinery, etc. nlo Sugar
and Rice MjIU, and evU in the harlmr. against os
if dimane by fire, on the most fivorahle terms. 1
DOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. flKFM'F.K & ft..
Agents for the Hawaiian IsUnds. t
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. HFCWFR 5- ft..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR
ance Company, (Limited)
Tirr.o, . DAVinst acaxt.
'Itie above asnt hi receUed instructions to re
duce the rates of Insurance between Honolulu and
Purtt in the I'.ictfic, and is now prepared to isiir polt
ries at the lowcsf rate, with a pecial reduction on
freight ier steamers. 1
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Company,
HSOP&' Co., AGENTS.
VtittmUrtl I.hihfllt In StnrLhuhter.
IHCUMK FOR 1879:
Premiums received after deduction of re
Losses promptly adjusted and mid here. 1
UNION MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
of San Francisco,
CASTLE & COOKr. ACKXTS.
Incorporated 1875. 1
AGENCY COMPANY ,
On Mrst -class ecurities, for lone or short icriods.
Apply to W. U C1UF.I.N, Manager,? .
Office On ecu Street, over G. W. MacfarLine A. Co.-.8tf
EW ENGLAND MUTUALLIFE INSUR-
ance Company of lioton.
CASTLE h COOKE, ACEXTS.
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
company tn tne United btates.
I'ttHrti m jMMUnl on f7n mf Fnvufohlr Trrm
KVAMHir. OF NON'FOKFFITI'KK FLAN ;
Insured age 35 )cars-ordiuary hfe plan :
1 Annual premium continues Policy a vears. 1 davs
a Annual premiums continue Policy 4. years, is '
3 Annual premiums continue Policy 6 years, 27 "
4 Annual premiums continue Policy 8 years. 46 '
5 Annual premiums continue Policy ioyears,s6 H
Assets , ,. ..$13,500,000,
Losses paid through Hnoluolu Agency, $40,000
TT W. SEVERANCE.
116 California St., Cat., (Room No. 4 )
UAWAItAS LUXSUt. .1 COJI.UJSSIOX
ARNDEN & Co
sa; SansomkSt,, Nkak Calipoknia, S. F.
tiKxr.itA , rtri:vuAsixa aokxts asi
CominlMnttm MrrrhitutM, i
pRANK H. AUSTIN & Co
OrriCK No. ?o California Stbbrt. S. P.,
COMM1SSIOX AIJKS'TH & 'OKM'-ltti.
Consignments from the HauaiLin Undk dtirr.L
The lcfci prices warranted and sales gunr.uitceil 4
-MIARLES BREWER A Co.
17 KiLkY St hilt, Boston,
AUKM'.H or HAWAII AX fAVKKTH,
General Voutmnmiun .flifiif
Snecial attention eiven to the mirLhaiintr of irrimU fur
the Hawaiian trade, Frritrht at mst rales.
IMPOK'IT.R AND MANUKACIURIiR OF
BOOTS aud SHOES,
Xi. 114 fori Strrrt, lilmrr llulrl Slirrl,
WOU1.11 INfOKM TMK HltUC THAT IIH
Keep, tlio Bout Stock and
Hum tho Beat Work
lob, foun.1 anywher 01 UtcM UlanUs.
A UVKOK AND VAKILJ) S1XICK
CooUaialy urrivin ffum San Kranciwro.liuluJin tli
cuoicr.srr si:i.rCUON of
tlr$tttmru, $Mttr nml i"ifilia
UOO lbHOUS and hLU'PKRS.
tiik MANUracTuat a
(.LN1LKMKN-S HOOIS and SHOPS a nxrulty
VVoik lu all Depart meats Guaraatertl.
All wJr aUtnJed lo with proturtncMi. and wotl
ckrsiiicd wuhdupatih. Otden from thtMihcriUndt
kUktttd. Call and viiaiMiK its
ENGINE tOR SALB. ONK NKW IIOKM:
lrcr tPiui In twifs-st wilf, pu xU
C imtWl k & COMPANY.
A UIIPS i
f In li1 ur 1
1UIS1V MA11:K1ALS(V.1Jw& NMuii)
: AICff10C 1-LU)UV su.ai, rict i
ASTLE A COOKE,
Hi.TnitLtJ, II. I
Would call attention tn their Large and
varied Stock of "
Cunnbtint uf the umlvallM WuU ft eel
I he Moline Sll IfrtaVrrs, anil FutrowTnii PIJ Mo
line Stefl Plows all te I'lanet, Jr., Cuhl
vninrs. uirt Ttrapers,
J11I111 Uiro Guti Plowfl.
1'UnUu' Ho of the U! nitlcts.
DISS10NS' CCLr.llRAIF.I) CANF. KNIVKS
made to order, Ames' Slioels and SpuJe,
(Jartleu Ilo. l!anal It mows, Ox '
Hows, Yokes, CImiiis, Ffnce
Supar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS. SUGAR KEGS,
Sperm Oil, Cylinder. a&
and Kerosene Oil, Pet fret
I.uliritators, I'lumtiatru, Al
lany (Jrrase, I)is ton and
b. and J. Files, all sires and
kinds, Strata I'acUng, rht
and Kouud India KiihWr.
Aslx-sios and buap Stone,
I l.tx PackmK, indit Rub
Lcr Hoh, yx to 3 Inch, l
and Couplings Nuts ami
Washer, fimdietl, Machine
Hutu, all sies, Cold pressed
Hla(.L.sjmih's, I ngineer's and
(Carpenter's Hammer, Piiw
Cutters, Winclie., 8 inch to
34 irich, Anvils, Vices, lulie
Strapcr', Onndtones, llct
American It ir Iron ami Tool
Steel, ltniMets' Hardwire,
all kinds and st)les, Hub
buck's I'.ttnts arid Oils, mw
and loiled. Small Paints in
Oil, in laree variety. Dry
Faints, Umber, enetiati,
Krd, OJirei, Metallic, Ac,
Wlnlinu, German Window
aitfc'td Mies, Manila Rope
No. 1 and a Flour, No. 1 and s Rice,
Crushed Sucar, China nnd Japan Teas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon. Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory
Pure English Spices, Condensed Milk
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES :--The -lire
Ixffuftene (HI, ffrafoit fV
trljitnt J.lithtiM, 14 Inch, lluhhrr
.Sprtiiff mttt VitiirtiH itnihr just at
hand.Blak Steam Pump Valves.Pack
Inff, &c, Blake Boiler Peed, Juice or
Molasses, Irritating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
AISO ON CONSICN1IFNT
California Ha), Harlcj, Potatoes, llirrtlt
Salmon, Hams, Aibtbtoi Mixture for Ho'ilen.
and Steam I'ipe, ery clirat, Fence Wire
tiid Staples, Guivanied Rooluij
Wi!c4j ami Gibb'k Automatic; Singer ManufjcturinR
Company, Assorted; Kemmtun Lomjuuy, Famd;
Witwil .Machines, llie bet uisortmeiit to be futinJ.
and at Uuttom Prices
New Goo by every arrival fiom England, New
1 New Traction Engines H-boi'vo power.
Orders from the other Itlands filled at Hest Katek arxl
M. WENNER & Co.,
9a Fokt Smeirr Honoiulu. H. l.t
Have rc-otxticd at the old Maud with a new
and carefully selected stuck of
And Clocks, all kinds,
Gold Chains and Guards,
Sleeve Duttone, Studs, &c,
Indies would do uII local) and cxnminn our stock, ot
Urattlru, ltru.M.hs, LutAri. raruns( etc.,
which were especially xfette! with a
view lu feint the mar Lets
KUKUI AND SHELL JUWELRY
'Hi. rrjalrUtg branch ufuur lmiineit we reanl as an
niurtaiit uiir. aiul all jaLs rrttrustvil ta us will
Im cscLUtctl ma maimer Mvutul urHii..
Ofct.ryilcicritoniloii. to orilcr. I'aiucuUr atiru
tloii U aitl lu orilcr. anj job uurk fiunl lliuhtr
Iklandv Whil. lltanliug lit. )AiUfc fur ait
hvurs. w. return It lioit, lltal off luii x-
tvririK, it then. Itbnd UI eiiatl. u.
ta oUain a fair .lur o( irtruai;,
"QuUk. SiilfMilHil Small J'ioIj,"
I, trtir mutot ami u, .lull krep tn .lock .l.ryartkl. in
iur line if buUiH-.a. sivu
qPIE "SUPERIOR" STOVE.
AV. J, .Vkaaaa At., ttull II. .,
Sols .(rutt fW tb.M Ifclanttk A full 1m. ul lb.
.n4 FUlurti fur tb kuat al . tiiHc
JOU WORK fKOMKIXV tWNE
O LEVEY ft CO.,
Wliolesnlo nml Rcfnll Orncrr.
ODD fftlJlWs' IIAtl hl'ILniNO,
rOUrSTRKt.T HONOLULU. II. I.
Hare cAntlantlyon hand, r'rfih nn.1 Lbolce
Stnpln nntl Fancy Ornnnrtnn.
Our Goads are nlway, of the tlcst Quality,
f.VFRV AK1ICI.K U'AKKANH'.II.
TUHK AND ISIANU THADK ol ICITP1J.
ArrAnvrmnts lRle now lrn mmi.letpil with th
rl...u. EihihIj.i Itu l.b .l.:.i. .vtn .1. .
j..n. . .vBii..i). ...ii i.j muni we miii rrieite
IMS-ir.KN OVSmiS anii
nimlro IVmlt Cnllrnriiln Roll Ilulinr
lli Atlides will 1 carried inlh. MMmrr's
lcr Chest, nnd e hue built a
L'rnnmiidioiis Ice ltpue, to
Tn supply Our Customers with the above articles
IUST AS I'K I'KII,
Al IP TMFV 8F IN CAtlniHNIA.
WR AHf NOW RTAtlY
To Kecelve Ordrri In AiWance lor
OVR-ir.KS, CT.LI'.RV AND I'RESII SALMON,
TO ARNIVK FtS S MADItoSA.
Good, Delivered Free to all parts of the City,
O I V i: U S A C A I, L.
TetrrMONR No. at. 155 ir
CO.NlRAdOR and HUILDKR,
ST HA M I' IjA XI XV M 1 1. IjS,
.' tmtuilr, llnlinhihl.
Manufacture all kinds of
and Doors ;
and nil kind1; or wood-work finish.
Turning, Nornll, mill Imml anwlnR.
All kinds of Planing nml Kmiii);, Murtiim;, anil Ten
ORDHRS I'KO.MITI.V ATir.NDf.ll -I0 AND
Orders from the other If.l.indi solicited. too-qr
MM " JIu I I.LSiSA TIC."
We liae received a further consignment of
Atrssr. JttrrcrnJ WuImoh K" Co.' Muctitiirry
And hae now on hand, ready for delivery :
One Triple-riTcct, on hanj wine Iron Maging, containing
3,433 square feet of healing furftce. with I'uinping
Engine and discharging Montjuf, complete.
One Doiilile-KiTect, having 7,390 Qjuare feet of heating
surface, with Kngine and Mont jus
One set of Tour WeKton's I 'a lent CenttiFugali, with
One set of 'Iwo Wons Patent Centrifugals.
Hain increased facilities fur the manufacture of
the1 imchine. (the Weston Patent, for which, in
(Treat Ihitain ha expired), ue are thm enabled to oiTer
tharn at materially reduced prices.
V' have a full assortment of Centrifugal spares
linings, Lracs, rutlter bauJs and bushes, etc
'Iwo Diagonil I'ngines, each 6 in, h) ta in.
Clanfiers, Hat Coolers, 8 by 6 by a and 6 b 5 by 1.7.
On Spare Top Koller for a6 by 54 in. Mill
One Spare Side Uotler for do. do
One Spare Intermediate Spur W'eeel for gearing of do '
i63-tf O. W, MACrAUUXNi; ft Co.
TNTUKPRISU PLANING MILL
"; FuhtSthpkt Honolulit. . I,
C. J Hardee,
CONTRACTOR ami BUILDER
Planing1, Shaping, Turning,
Band and Scroll Sawing,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Door
and Window Frames,
Stairs, made to order,
MOLDINGS AND FINISH,
All order filled nnl ort nil ice, and Jubbhig promptly
attndl tu. Moulding nude U any uturu without
fxirachtrge fur lniv. I'rlcQ of Machhm worlt
Si ooto Jt v per hour. io-r
ZHEAP READING MATTRK.
SACK Nl'SIUKMS Of ILU'STKATBll ANU
Story Papon iiuil BfaBsiui
Put up for Plantations w Sraiaen, at rluced rate,
I'y 'IIIOS. 15, TliRUM,
O N U M E A,U.
SU I'E KI'IIOSIMA'.'S, I'O W J BRUT
and other rcildiisr.
I .V UUAKTITIKH TO H V I T..
(fiitra Afitsls I'acllic I'cftiliJtng C.
UNKU00K9ANl. JHICK Sl'Al IONKKV
A larga vv,i1i.jh m l(b. (I. UIKU.Ib
PIKIl'O KHAMV.S K kU. TtatKiwciKK tic
Wi allllCU.1) IIIKUM'h, litut.rt.
TAHliK'i AK 1 0 J YfaS, ii8, a Gi iiu.1.1
AXriLDHR A CO.,
Import eft and iltaltri tn
Anil BnlliUnjc Mat.rUl
of all Units, Jint rrr.tr.il, . j llt arrWaW, srra
brf. and wrll i.lntxl rro.s of
rotnirttii2 .11 tli titinl stixk sir.t
Iii Scantling, Timber,
Planki and Hoards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scantling, I'lane inifjce and rough HuarJ aur
faced and roiifli Itnltent, Picket Kuttic.
LkttKt and LliplxijirJ
DOORS, BASH AND BLINDS,
All irei, of l!trrn and California iaaki. and for
mIc in rpiantitiei to uit, at tow price.
Aij, in Stocit,
WHITE ZINC. PAINT OILS,
.MKTAM.IC AND OIIIKH PAINTS,
OI.ASS AND SALT.
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fint aiaortuient of
In lataat atjrlaa.
AT LOWEST PRICES.
9 ' . '
DRY mud rA'NOY GOODS,
S'o.104: fort Xtr.tt, Htmolulu.
N. B. MUlln.ry and Dreiaraaklng Eaiabtlih.
inent on the premise.. 151
mmim i m
HAVE JUS I UF.CEIVED
Tli leorgMt Lot ef PriSunrr
Ever imported Into llitt ilngdoui,
COMPRISINOOVEK 4VO UIFFERENT ODORS
0lWt4 LwMlbexv MalkMtiir.
AGENTS rOk THE HAWAIIAN KINOUOU
Ma M rT llrtt.
A4 aarosr tl t awl Mervkwt eueeia, tianataki
TT AWAIIAN CARRIAGE MANUFACTUR
PrMtiln( ami Manager..
Secrr larf ami Treaturtr.
A Large nnj Com
WAOON AND CARKIAflK MATE
HitKiiar, hah linn,
NORWAS' IRON, ami
All sort t of forrd anil malleable Materials It ppt In stock
Koln, llramU, Nuts, Vahw, fllm Pistes, Hlrrts,
round aiul a-iuare
W II K K I. .1 it A II
A Larf Slock of SPRINGS and AXLKS, Ha
Itartnf a Manufacturing Dtiiarlmrnt ourselves, we
.. -,,,,, imuchtu,,. u iiimhc n j, ihiijt nl Krejuiig
Carnage as heretofore tliere lias lieen a Kreat want
anil necetMrr in labor taring, ronsiiting in nila)IAbl,
150 TONS nKST III.
For sate Inqus
rWO-Wllirl Kl) BKAKRS MANIIFACTI1KKI) IN
Pitas, call anil ewatntne uur Sto
J. H. CONG
URAVKK lll.OCK, tJUKKN
impvrtmr, Shtwlitif rllirl fV,rt
Special attention given to Importation of
SIGNS, Htc. Orders for (loo.li not
-s BREWER & CO.
Offer for Sale the cargo of tke balk
Jutt arrived, the following lut of MsrcliandUe :
Oj (Utrts, "
Hyht fjtjr& Wiigonm,
KxtenBian Top Carriages,
Common Wuod Chair
Jr r- Pint Banal Shook l.
HKHl N 9
lea CbctU, Not. 3, 3. and 5,
llo M and Us
Lobtrr tt tlb. 'Iiim,
Scans, 3lU 'I liu.
Hay Cuttrrt, No. 1. 3 aud 3,
Vairhank' Sul; No: 7, , 10, it, Ut-V,
Centrifugal Lining, 14 Inches,
Com position Nails, ii inch aud ij inch.
Manila Cordage, Aorted,
Galv. Feme Staple,
Farmer Uo.lcrt, 20 and as Call
Slut Kope, Assorted
lXvftf Meinl HheutMin0t
Hide lQion. 4
t Kefuied Iron,
Anneatl roe Wire.
CiaW, ScreMiaad Waalieri,
ftc, c, Ac 16
KNOWLBS' STHAM AND VACUUM
C. HRRWHH tV Co. AGENTS.
llavuif on hand a full ami coinblete stock of tli
aburt celebrated pumps, juM fecetvM prlM Ttttmr
from bUton, w guarantee them to m theapr and
better than any other Myk of pnniu Imported. We call
the attention of planteit particularly lu the Vaccunt
rump, wntcn 1 met cavi lonipiicaiea ana mora r
vkcaUelhan other pmnp. m tf
TMB WIKMOR RMTAUHAMT
aim) will be opened and ready tor buuut on
SA'IUKUAV. JANUARY tm,
Ceo. Cava ACM, froprietor.
Tfi rcuuiAiIon of lha above named etUtlUhtuent for
Supetiot Ml U well know a, aiwl require uu further
-tSTlNDSOR ft NKWTONS
oil couim uvteM
OILI tvad VABMIfH
) DIHRCr ritOM ILOMDON,
J. N. H'motiT
, . . r., 0. Sciiomsn
...... SM Damon
ptete Assortment of
rial on iiand;anu for sale
ASH, WHIIIt IH)II
mit'Nti imiN, sirri,'
of goml finlth nml superior quilil).
fortneTnde, tucli ns llorte Shoes, FifuS MieeK,
Singletree Plate., I'oelc ej., Asle t'lrfa, Fertnlet,
I'. TO Oil It I'. It,
STANtl ANY Rdt'OII t'SSCKS AT VRV lltw RATHI,
If.palent., and CONCORD AXLRS of all tle..
nre lietter Actiuaintetl with the wants of the trade, and
itraKVTiilNti on hand used for huilJing a Wagon ct
or Stock In our hue, imlrnrlrlo Wagon building
aillcles peculiar til IllacVtmithlng and WooJ.CHking.
ntltlesto tuit ',
fltlK OWN FACTORY 2$ IT.KCrNi. iJiIkAPRR
tk llefore Purctn.ing I ttewhere.
J. tt. conciiion A; to.,
Jt, California Street, San FrincUco.
DON & CO.
trrrif IJiitiimU.liiti Mrrehtluli,
FLOUR, (iRAIN, rr.KI), PRODUCE, PROVI
tn our line will bccarefullf purcriated,
NCF. SOLICIT ED
FORT STR ""
Importer and Dealer In
CliatidIierii, Ijimpn, Pendants, Hrncket Iimpi;
O liibular, hide 'tubular, Hulling homtr.
and Police lantern; Nurv, 1'iM.krt, and
'I able Ijtntu; (Jlobesi, Chlnmy, Kf (lectors,
Lamf Holder for sewin'inachine,
SIOVKS AND RANOCS Uncje Sam, RucU
I'Atent, Rlclintond, Ka Moi," 1'rrt, Otceub,
llawaii Aloha Aimed a Flora.
MISSISSIPPI RANOH Cooking capacity or 104
FRENCH RANODS-For reMaurant, hotels and
private reidetice, with or without hot water
WKSTKNIIOI.M'S I.XI. Cl?TI.F.RV;
A fine assortment of Tab!, l)eert, and Tea
Knives and Fork ; Carver and SteeU, with
Jilain and ornamental tvury handle ; aho
ocket Knivrif Ruor, Shears. Hutton-liote
and Ladies' butour, LI read Knives, genuine
French Cook Knives, Rutcher and kitchea
Ladies' Work stand Ilaket ; OflTic-s-, Lunch,
Laundry and Market lUtrxt. '
DOORMATS Aborted tire and patterns
Roeert brothers and Mrriden Plating Work ;
Water and Cream Pitchers: 'lable, Desert,
and Pea Knives ; Fork and bpoom, Stioon
Holders, Napkin Ring, Lhildreti's Mugs,
Pickle and Cruet Stands Mutter UoWlt,
Cant Receiver, Fruit Stands, Preerve
NlcUe mounted Tea Sets, tn part or whole,
very neat and desirable . plain Cooking
Utemilc In larne variety
Milk Pans l'udtling and plain Ilasin, Milk
Roller ; Rice, Jelly, and Ice-cream Mould
new pattern, tn Stew Pan
SAUCEPANS Enameled aud tinned Iron, from 3 pint
Toilet Sets Toilet Stands Water Coolers
Cake. Caih, and Knifo Itojies; Spit loon
Cuspidor, Cltddrcn'tt Tra.
Fairbanks Platform, Counter, and Kitchen
Molme Plow, Shoieh, Spade, Hoes, Rakes,
Rice and Manure Folks Oo Hoe llaudlee,
Plow Hatullcand Ucaius.
ICE CIIES1S and REFRIGERATORS.
11ALDW1N FODDER CUTTERS-Three sues, t
1, iJJ, aud a inch cut, an A I article.
Warranted best grade New York standard,
and carboliaed, ,4, ;, r, iVt tH. Mich
Hose, noulc and sprinklers, Ac,
PLUM1IER AND TINSMITHS' MA1KRIAL
Sheet Lead, a tn U lbs iwiuare ftot; Sod Pipe
lead and cast iron; Water Clotcls Cave
Sheet Tin; Sheet Copiwr, clean and tinned,
ia to to 02.: How llibbt. Kokint Stiikfa
lu to m. ! Ho Inbbt, Kmin; Sink-
.-I. 1 .1 ..! .I!.. tl. L.a I.
buck ami enanteleit; ditto WashMandi ,
Sheet Zinc ; Soft Solder, our owu make,
GALVANIZED IRON PIPK-J4 tualnch; elbiiwi,
T reducers plugs bushing.
PIPE VICKS. take K 1 bich pipe stock and die,
cuts i to 3 ikIi pipe.
1I1RD CAGES Largest variety In market, inte4
bright, an 1 Wis wire,
UAIIV CARRIAGES, iloyt WhetUrrows and Uu
AG EN T FOR
Hair juitly-celcUaied F(re and Rurglar proof
Safes Ve keep In uock the targea aaorl
ment of Safe, to be found went of California.
Cut mailed u; un application.
(IFLKTrS ICE MACHINES!
Jutt the. tiling for use on plantations whett
steam 1 availbls SmiaU sua watt ialb
ke in four hour 1 second lie. 70 lbs In seven
i- hours Cuts, with full direction fur working,
nuilcd to jour addre uu awJicalion. We
are auiliorlicd lu deliver titese nutchine
alongside at makers' prices adding only com
01 pacKiug cakes anu Iff Ignis.
CUSTOM WORK of all
shet Iron worlii
over store, Wi
t'tln. copper, and
ed to. Work'khop
iled bv Comtlcnl
workmen at rti
PEAVKR HLOCHF FORI SlKEl-n.
M Nimble tlspeiu bettcf than a alow shilUpg "V. and
0- DO N T tOKGkT T, M9 U9l(
DONE M8AUI BONK MKAL
HONE MEAL warranted uxe. fmm lha
wr 04 mh vlanui, nan. rranttssuk.
Orders fur this csUlsraled fcrldltr will stow h re
ceived by the undersigned. - 'S
llanler are requested to send theli wdem b early,
sa that there will U nodiUy hi iMviug i&tu fasiedla
time for the puuttuig smju. t 1
Ariki rta.a von CANE."
Of dart tlietJ U tUAMUliIe lu auk.
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f m. mmwrmm e m,