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"As VtMtffhy f JlfiU
When Herbett Semer wai with us
lait winter lie xike some wholesome
worth in favor of the (rojpel of Recrea
tion ami while he did not exactly for
mulatea physical decalogue for in, he did
give uj excellent advice concerning our
abnormal rexllcwncM and the danger of
letting the furmire fires of work ami
anxiety burn so fat, Ai we said at
the time, he did not seem to uiulerMmtil
that our nTtem.tiir.il activity has a
muse in our environments that it re
stilts from the grand opportunities for
adrjm.cment with which e are sur
rounded, ami the competition which
those opportunities lieget. An ling
liiliiiisii, who rMtentl) returned to Lon
don, after a resilience of ten year in
New York, writes back here : " They
tell me I go down the Strand as if 1
were running to a fire, and my sifter
ays, 'Why, John, you'.e caught the
fidgets.' " So the cause of our Ameri
can restlessness is in our air, in our soil,
in the rivalry of success which springs
fromourtseiJcral proicrity Choctaw,
Hottentot and 1'atagoniun are never
in a hurry. Still, Herbert Spencer's ad
vice to "go slow " was good
In the Nineteenth Century late lasi
year Sir Alfred Paget ha a thoughtful
paper on this general theme, in which
he speaks of recreation, or the cessation
of the regular work of our lives and
the Jtctive occupation of mind or
tgnly in something else in which we
find pleasure, a being one of the prime
rcquiiitcs of health. For working men
and women, rich or poor, sleep 1 not
sufficient rest, even where it is Mipple
mentcd by a happy domestic life and
Sunday tranqilhty. To be really 're
freshing, the writer holds, the recreation
should be a sharp contrast to the ordi
nary work. "The desire for change is
as much a part of our nature as the
desire for sleep; it is an instinct to be
scrupulously however cautiously, o
bcyed." The Oriental who saw- some
Englishmen playing cricket, and won
dered why the rich men did not hire
poor men to play it for them, had not
learned the happiness of a willing great
activity and its use in restoring fitness
Among the constituents of a good ac
tive recreation, Sir James mentions un
certainty, wonder, and the opportunity
to exercise skill in something different
from the regular work. "The toss of
the halfpenny brings refreshment to
the routine of the school boy in that
every time he tosses it he creates an un
certainty, enjoys it for a moment, and
then decides it. To the elder man the
deal in whist and eicry hand he plays
bring similar pleasure in uncertainties,
and the counting of the tricks decides
them. Doubtless there is much of the
same pleasure in all sports in fishing,
shooting and the like. Will the fish
bite? Will the bird fall? There is the
uncertainty; and in any case, hitting or
missing, the mind which ha been
wearied in a dull routine is refreshed."
It seems to us that our philosopher,
while hitting on some of the elements
of wholesome recreation, has missed
other characteristics that are most
essential. It is Josh Billings, we think,
who earnestly declares that "thar is
nuthing more oncertain than riming a
drove of hogs." Vet this is not regard
ed as recreation by-those who hate
tried it, but the very opposite of rec
reation A prime element that has
been omitted in the above estimate is
tiiis: a recreation, to give real pleasure,
must be ,1 form of activity that is of no
possible value to anybody except in its
immediate results. Skating is by no
means an amusement in North Holland,
where the peasants have to go on skates
to market. Card playing and billiards
would lose their rest if they were in any
way productive. It is in the great fact
that it is good for nothing that recreation
finds its real value. Very simple-minded
boys sometimes play at shoveling snow
out of the front )ard, but as soon as
they discover that it is exactly what
their parents wish to hac done it be
comes disgusting. Boys like to drive
nails, but the Iwy who inadvertently
made a good box, and afterwards found
that his mother was using it for her knife
and fork receptacle, naturally felt that
he had been swindled.
Talleyrand is reported to have said to
one who told him he did not care to
learn whist: "My friend you do now
know how unhappy an old age you are
preparing for vourse'f." Bishop Hall
says; " Recreation is to the mind as
whetting to the scythe," and Shake
spear: "Sweet recreation luir'd, what cloth eniue,
But mootljr and dull melancholy,
Kintuicn to srim and comfortless despair."
So, let us s.iy with Paget, every map
should have recreation, " that they may
make him more fit to do his work, and,
t the last, more fit to leae it.nFrani
Htm Cttcttfn (lent.
Those who have followed the several
reports which Doctor Koch has made
to the German Government on his
search after the "germ" of cholera will
be quite prepared to learn that in his
latest ami sixth letter, dated February
and, he declares his conviction that the
bacillus which he first discovered in
Kgyp lis entitled to be considered a spe
cific and essential clement in thedUcise.
In this latest rerxm he enters into a ful
ler detail than hitherto upon the char
acters of the microphytes, and enun
ciates the reasons which lave led him
to the above conclusion. The shape
of the bacillus is eqondicuiar ; it is
not a straight rod, but is slightly curved
like a comma , it is very mobile, and
occurs in colonies of wavy masses.
In gelatine it forms characteristic colo
nies, and causes, like so many of these
organisms, liquefaction of the medium.
The research included the examination
of twenty- two cholera cadams and
and seventeen cholera patients, and in
all cases this special bacillus was found
in the intestine and in rice-water
stools. A set of "control researches"
in cases of diarrluch, dyoentry, and ar
senic poisoning that is to say, under
conditions of intestinal derangement
most allied to that of chojera -failed to
detect the bacillus.
That the bacillus is not a mere con
comitant of the disease, nor a normal
inhabitant excited to further develop
inent under the influence of cholera,
was shown by the fact that in the early
stages of the attack, when the evaou
tion. are still fecal, cry few of than
bacili occur ; but that as the stools be
come more watery, the bactli are met
with in abundance. They never oc
curred in the stomach, and were only
lwn e found in vomited matters winch
from the alkaline reaction, wereobwoti
ly of intestinal original hen, as often
h ipens, tleath occurs in the reaction
stage, the bacilllt are found, not in the
contents uf the IhiwcI, but within the
mui out membrane and tubular gland
a fact which it will be rcmemtered was
one of the earliest fruits of the research
in tfgypt. Doctor Koch points' out
that in excry resjieit thec Iwcilli con
form to the bchax lor of other wthogenic
bacteria. The failure, after rotx.iUed
efforts, to inoculate lower animal with
these bacilli is not considered by Koch
as detracting from the value of the dis
covery. He adduces the instances of
typltoid fever and leprosy, in which
characteristic mil moronisms have liecn
found, as example of the same failure
h" veu this defect seems to have leen
removed, if we may credit the telegram
from India this week, reporting the
successful eMTiment of I)r Vincent
Richard, of Goahmdo. It has been
stated, un the authority of the Calcutta
Knghshman, that Doctor Richards has
suet ceded in inuoculating a pig with
these bacilli, and thereby reproduced
the disease in this animal Doctor
Koch further relates some remarkable
facts as to the multiplication of the
cholera bacilli ou'.'iuvllichutnan body
e ;C , 111 d 3i soiled lineti, and the rapid
manner in which they 0111 be destroyed
by drying. The importance of such an
observation in prophylaxis is evident;
equally important is the fact that they
perish in very slightly .acid fluids, only
flourishing in alkaline, the inference
being that they arc liable to be destroyed
in the healthy stomach, but that they
may pass through uninjured when the
gastric secretion is deranged. At the
same time there may, he thinks, be con
ditions of the bacillus itself analogous to
the "resting state" of other bacteria,
which maybe enable them to escape
the action of the gastric juice; but this,
as well as the possibility of their persis
tence as siKires for lengthened periods
outside the body, requires further re-
carclL No doubt the ticrman Govern
ment will comply with Doctor Koch's
request that he be allowed to continue
his research into India during next
winter. The inquiry has lcen so fruit
ful hitherto that we may look for its fur
ther development as likely to throw still
more light upon the mode of origin and
spread of cholera London IaviccI
The government figures just issued,
showing the extent of the foreign trade
during the last fiscal year, are full of
interesting and very suggestive facts.
Passing over many of these, it is of
interest to notice briefly the extent to
which luxuries of various kinds have
been imported from abroad as affording
some idea of the progress of material
prosperity and refinement among our
coplc. On the whole, such importa
tions have increased within the year.
Of paintings, statuary, and other
works of art by American artists, the
importations were valued at $275,281,
against $336,239 last year, and $3:4
735 the year before; while of paintings,
lithographs, photographs and statuary,
the work of foreigners, the imports
reached $3. 1 28,503, against $3,550,683
in 1SS2, the excess this year being in a
measure due to hurried shipments to
this country in order to escape the
higher duty that went into effect on
July 1st. The value of the books,
pamphlets, engravings, and other pub
lications received was $3,651,590,
against $3,330,975 last year. Musical
instruments, many of the finest work
manship, are being imported in larger
numbers year by ) ear; the value reached
the sum of $1,652,58 this year.
Fruits from the West Indies, Sicily,
France, and elsewhere, came in large
quantities; the total reached $10,-1 iv
041, against $18,07.1,700 in 1882. Of
cofiee, 515,878,000 pounds came, worth
$.12,050,000; of cocoa, over 9,000,000
pounds. Tea is not so much favored
in this country as in England, but, never
theless, 73,479,000 pounds have been
imported within a year at a cost of over
$17,000,000, a decrease of more than
5,000.000 pounds, due to the exclusion
of the ixsisonous Ping suey compound.
The silk industry at Patcrson and
elsewhere is sufficiently prosperous to
take increasing quantities of the raw
material every year; it is admitted free
of duty, and while in 1SS2 the imports
were $2,879,000, this year they have
been $3,253,000, Ou the other bund,
the imports of manufactured silk in
various forms this year reach only $36
761,000, against $38,328,000, the
decrease being, however, largely due to
the fact that the quantity received last
year was much in excess of the require
ments. The expenditures for what arc
termed "fancy goods" have been
smaller than last year This term
includes perfumery, beads, fans, feath
ers, meerschaum pipes, and other arti
cles. The item for French dolls, for
instance, sometimes approximates $Soo
000 in a single jear, paying duty to the
government to the amount of over
$275,000, while other toys, valued at
more than $600,000, have paid into the
Treasury something over $300,000.
iYtw York ournal of Commtnt,
-OFFICE OF J. E. WISEMAN,
HKK-PKOOF DRICK UUILDINO,
.Vu. lr .HerrAn n( Atrrel. Honolulu, . I,
Ttia only rootrntiad Geanearal Bualneeet
Agout in tli KtugdouL.
Rett Estate Broker, LIU Insurance Acnt,
Custom Housa Droktr. Biaployoisi.t Ascot,
Money Broker, Plra Insurance Accut,
And General Duslnaet Agent,
Km41 frTATK DtTABTMkMr- Buy and setl Keal
srar la all parts of the Kingdom; Value Real Lstele
and vierly uf all binds, Kent and l.eAwllmit Cot.
tages, rUocna and l.and; Attend 10 Insurance, laiee,
Repeliinc and CoUeetui, of Keulals; Dr. Lc4l
rsr vftvery nature, Searih Title Keverds, etc, etc
Esiriovwsir DaraarxikT -Find emplotnient la
alt beanthca of industry cjnnectcU Uh the I ilamU.
OeniBAL Hutu. Marraae Kttp Itucla anJ
Account!; CrUut BtlU; tuaaaua luveu Money; IW
taatohip, tnsrouin aojall tiiuU of Cofybf dune:
lrucue IVe and lole lotufaace, Ad,eitiwtu&t a4
CcMieiUfice aUctttW! u
Cotou llottt Baixta AlleuJ to all lumi
UvroaskpoetrtiaiWriiey nJ frfSe!, Mrkja
will Sod toil dtpanmeat a tiwvul beoc&l to them at I
alle&4 to the Uemerv of lovoitei cwt4cte,
SouimuQ Acaxr for lU Mutual life loeuraiKe
Company of fceir Yutk, the laxceu, cuttle! and
wuodett InMU-anio CwatMnyia the crlj.
Tuurutt tad 1 reveler, and laote teeUnf perma
aeot KoMce on tho n4fc, out find tt to llwie advaa
use lo cuntuti ibe ereoally tr by fetter la taiiatte
accumnealalMAa are eeluucd, and tltevU find tt to
their ialficU to call MMlrf g'neret iofotulkm per
tkun t the ItUade.
lorTetpuklcnte hoUiUtJ ffiom ateoa.1 aito oroert
eoceiaed aad tUWlfor lUeeuao Curiae, Turn, Coral.
oartta, L4re aoetimcr
tauunc to the tlea-Ja.
ShtlU. Lara S&otimcnt, rhote, Vieoe, etc, ttc, awe.
Oedeit ufeey baiurt atteaded to. coaio: frooa the
AMDURO-MAGDBBURO PIRfi INSUR
ttnet Company of Humburf
4 A.ulR GXT
.titMing Mcuhamlite, Furttittirt nA Mrhnry
trwum! mgn rt I ir j h nwti ffbl irm,
ptnf of Uetl.ii
A Vf HAKFKH O , AV,F. TS
The Above Inwnwce Company, htu rttafcluliM
nwtl Affmcy IWr, nod tnr nJhWtifflnJ, (nrf &1
of llw V a( ifct nvt rntwtfubfe fAl niw. n th
mam fivurftbO Ifim.
RKMUN l.OARtO OP UNDERWRITERS.
A SlJfJ&AFK&C ttt
n mtnt fur eh
Dretifn Board of Uiklrrwrlteri
Vlfnns l)Mt(l of Uit.efwrllrft.
Kot th Hailiti UtumK
GKRMAM LLOYD MARINU INSURANCU
Company of Uertln,
4 CH 4 if X t . AG XTS
Tht ahota ttiMtranre Cufnjuny hi MtbttKd 11 0n
ml Agency hfrr.Attd ih abuve ighf Gmtl AgtM
rt authortmt lo iak Hik .itfainft H tiidHt w th
t m the nvm rnawiuhk taie, aHw. on the woi fa
onWf iefitw. .
HAMDUKG-URBMUN FIRR INSURANCB
r A SCItARPXt sH CV, AGEVTS
lh Abow 5rm liavinc litei ipfjimel Agent & thh
company are rretrd to Irfutt iHtt ctfHt fire en
Stone and IVttfc miildln And on Merctiamlite Maretl
thetrtn, on the nt favorable Urm. Tor jutlteuUt
Aj'pl) at ihetrotTce I
RANS-ATLANTTC FIRU INi-URANCB
Company of Hamhnrif,
. ItACKMl D S r., Attnlt
Cftpttftt ami Kfterve Uekhimarti ttoei,w.
Tht Asenn rf tli alwre Comj-iny. fortlie tlawatUn
UUnd axe prrp-ired to iinure llmMinKk, f urniture.
Mctrhamliu anJ 1'rOtluce, MAghiticf), it,r li Su,ar
Athl Rice MJ, aihI veU in iti harbor Ajittmi Ioi
or danuc ly fire, nn the mol fir.iblc termi t
UTUAL LIPB INSURANCE COMPANY
or New York.
K ILPER A- Ct AGr.XTS,
7-irrjr, Siii( fiml ,ioet VfoHmtcit htfe
litfiitrHnc Cmniitty In tie MnrM,
CASH ASSETS OVEH ?.0",ooo,ooo.
I1' further infonnjtion cona-rrnitiK the Company,
Atd tor rin of Insurance apply to the AkcdU, vr to
J. V. Wise i run, Soticiilnc Azent. 1
ORTH-GERMAN FIRE 1NSURANCH
Com p Aiiy of Hamburg,
if. ItACKFELD fr tV, AGLXTS,
Capital and Rere. Kcidinurk 8,8jo,o
" their KeaJnturanceCo.tipnn.e, " j5,ocxs,exjr)
The Asenti ofihe aUne CoiPpsny, for the Hawaiun
ItUruU, are jtrtwred to insure l.i.ildii furniture,
Slcrchandiw and TVotluce, Machinery t 'c., alo Satfu
nnd Kice Milli, and rceU In the hartwir. a?amt lot
or Uaoukc by tiie. on the moit fArdrhte teruit. t
T50STON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. BRRWRR A- C..
Agens for the Hawaiian Island, i
IHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C BREWER a Ca.
Agenti for the Hawaiian Islands. i
RITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR.
ance Company, (Limited)
TURQ. ff. AI'RSt AG EXT.
Hie boc gtl ha received iaMrnctloni to rt
duce the tatei of Insurance between Honolulu and
Ports (n the Pacific, And U now prej aired to inue pel.
cits at the lone' ntr utth a social reduction on
freight xr steamers. t
HE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Olobe Insurance (.oiupany.
Vullmitetl l.hil'lUtif to -SlocAioMer.
income rOK 1679
Premiums received after deduction of re
insurance .. .T.......3 5,6,o
Ix promptly adjusted and paid here, t
UNION MARINEIHSURANCE COMPANY
of San Francisco.
CASTLE COOKE, AGEXTS
BW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR.
ince Company of Bonton.
CASTLE & CO0RF, AGSXTS
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in the United States.
I'nttcies Jtaucil tm themoMt Faronibtr Trtns
kAAHl-LH or NON-rORPflTCAR PLA
Insored Age 35 )ekrs-"Ordinar) life plan .
1 Annual premium continues Policy a years. 3 day
x Annu.U premiums continue Policy a years, t '
3 Annual premiums continue Policy 6 years, 17 '
4 Annual premiums continue Policy 8 years. 46
5 Annual premiums continue Policy ioyears,n& "
Losses paid throueh Hnoluotn Avrncr, $44,000
TT W, SEVERANCE,
i6 CAuroHNfA St., Cau. (Room No. .)
IUIIJ7M.V VOXttUl. .C COM MISS I OX
CHARLES BREWER & Lo,
j Kiluv Stnsst, Bostok.
AGKXT.S Of UAVAT1AX JMCKJCTJ.
flfittrnt Cimwlfi jlifnl.
Special attention givn to the ptnchailn of joods fur
iht Haw atun trade. IrcUht at lowest rates.
30 Days. - 30 Days.
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE-
BErOXE STOCK TAKING AT
CffAS, . FSIIEL'S
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE,
OIK TORT AND IIOTEU STJ.,
Cunmturing iftndajf, ,lAy lit, anJ lastly
Thirty IXys I
UNUSUAL HARGAIN.S IN
EVERY DEPARTMENT I
EVERY ARTICLE MARKED DOWN
GREAT HARUAINS IN JIII.Ll.NKRY.
LACES. SII.K HOSIERY.
LAWKS" UNDERWEAR, ETC., irt'C
GHEAT REDUCTION IN EUENCIl KID
SHOES. We are Ovemiockeu in Snots I
fx l'.iin of Ladio 4, 6, S and lo button
KID GLOVES, lightly damaged, youi choice
for unly $1,00 a pair llic toy bcit Uand of
Gltc in this matket,
A viiit (o my attire, and examination of my
lock wilt rite laOin a txtlei idea of the piico.
and clau m coult apecthed lluu an enumera
tion of j.iifca in ihlt iuce.
CIIAS, J. FIsllEL, H'ultutr j-J Xtlml,
Cox. I'tel 4 lIceeL an4 Coe. N'uuaiufe MtrKar,t Jhi
Car. Mi;a Main St WAILUKU, MAUI
THE WINDSOR REST AURA NT
tfMCS U3a& TOTKt fOMTi
and wtli b opeaci 4I ready Ut bulaesi oa
aUrUKDW. JANUARY tm,
Gao, CAtrAHCH Pnpnioe,
The. rpuUMi tA t' nbaVt-o.k3il tutUXmrf. for
StfpMl MtaUU waU luivk&f aa4 rvtun oolwiihsi
"ASTLH ft COOKR.
Uo-iutvLC, 1! 1.
Would caA aJterttofi to their Laic nivi
vultd btock or
Ccnsltttnf 0 the nruUafled Psrti Stl
ne MrJ.ne SikI HimVcts, nd Turfowlnc Tlo. Mo-
Iin Sttel P1j-1I lurt riaiitt. Jr., CuJti
vteti, Dirt Scitpis,
Jolui DfMr' Qaimi Pluw
rtaaitrs tie. U lie bci HiakM
OISSTONS' CELEBRATED CAM KNIVES
nade tt teder. Ame4 SSovvli and Spaiea,
CWdo Hoe. Canal Bairowt, 0
Iftwt, Yoet, Ctaios, Facxe
Sugar MU2 Requirements.
SUGAU BAQ5, BUOAH It EOS,
Srtm Oil, Cyliivler. Utra
and Krrocene Oil, Perfit
Lubricator, PlumbajTo, Al
Lany Great, Diiaoa's anJ
S. arid J, Filrt, alttuesao4
kuidi. Strata racking, llat
uA Hound ln!ia UubUr,
Asbestos artti Soap Stone.
flax Packine. Inda Rub
tr Hoe.J to? Inch, Pip
uol Couplinzt, Nuts and
Washers. fiiWaeJ, Mschio
Uolts. all sues. CoU prMd
ULavUcvnuh's, Enfinw'i aixt
Carpeotrr's Hamrnvs, Pip
CXitttTfc, Wiiithes, 8 inch to
94 iovh, Auvili, Vices. Tub
S.raprrt, Grindstones. HeU
ittir Builders' llvdwuj-e,
all kinds and M)!e, Hub
buck's Paints and Otis, rsw
and toiled. Suull Paint in
Oil. In Urce variftty, Dfl w
l'alnts, Urober, eaetlTn,
Rd, Ochres, Metallic. &c.
Wait in;. German window
au'td sues, Manila Rope
Ho. i audi Flour, No. i and Rice,
Crushed Suear, China, andjauan Teas,
Oysters, Claws. Salmon. Lobsters.
Finest Table Hrulu from the Factor .
Hur P.ucUah Spices, Condensed Milk
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES: Th Jr
itee KerOBftt Ott, Maionj Ccii
(r'Vtfif Irlnlnya, 14 Inch, IttilUr
&prhtt nail Ciinri$ lirafie just at
hand, make Steara Pump Valves, Pack.
LDgr. &c, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice, or
Molaafces, Irrieatins & Vacuum Hump
Weston's Patent Centrifugala Complete,
ALSO ON CONSIGNMENT
CahfornU Has, Barley, Potatoes. Barrl
Salmon, Hams, Asbestos Muture for ItoOers
and Steura Pipes, very cteap, I ence N ire
a 1 ipes, very ctp, I ence V Ire
and Staples, GaWanUed Rootn;
UMcok and Gibb's Automatic; Stnrr Manufactunajj
(!omp4or, Assorted: Kemlnjtoa Company. Kanulv;
W1I100 Mavchiike, the best assortment to be found,
and at Bwtoa Pnces.
by erry arrival front BofUad, New
t ek iiftd San Prsaoclacoe
1 Nw Trssotlon Encla. 8-leorva pweur.
Orders from the other Islands filled at best Roles and
M. WENNER & Co.,
9 FoeT Strrit Honolulv, H l.t
Have it-opened at th old staa4 with a tw
audi caiefullv selected stock
AM Clocks, ail kinds,
Cold Chains and Guards,
Sleeve Buttons, Studs, Ac
Ladies would do vl) to call tnd eaamJne our stock cd
Bracelets, Krouches, lvorkits. Karniegs, etc.,
which were ejciallr selected wuh a
view to suit the market.
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made to order.
The re pairing branch of our business we regard at an
inpcnan one, and all oU emnisia-1 to us will
t eaecutcd u m manner secwnd rwue
Of every dchcriplion don to order. PartlcuUf at ten
ttoolspaU to orders and job etk frooi tU other
IsUndv While thanking ht public for past
favors, return to hope that our Ug es
pctierwe tr lhr Islsttds will cnaU us
to obtaU a fair share of pnrooaje
"QttUk Sit9urti Hmull Vrvfit,'
Is our tnuio, and we shall keep fa ttotk cryartuli la
our tint tt busIacM. Uva
PTC, ETC, ETC
VISITINO CARDS. PLAY1KC CARDS, SLATCi
tin.te uui double.
Duplee cap aivi tetter clipe.
"PMn t eun, vap aua lavMe r ihl hub.
tej Copjinj Mieeti, Celiac BlklUe,
aivo4jd iwii iB.uaJuie, I'apeJ
eicnii. aceunf wu-atacaa
oil, aeelin; wu-llackaaj
..-. .- :..r . . - ;
reJ. , fapee raHeiveie,
Il an4 Notarial ieeti, Mgure't UUurv,
PaJk. Horamine lauIt, Ker Rint.
bilk 'I ac, fuk Tajx, togeuiei wutl l!
THOUSAND AND ONE OTHER ARTICLES
waally fguaa la well apiuicteJ iiatSaaery Stoea,
for lu'.tal TUU. U THHVM'S
ataacKAkT Siaiar ao Faer Staaar Sraaaa. '
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C J LEVBV A CO.
Wliolpaitln rtml Hntnll Qrncxn,
OPD eatlowi' MaLt .UlUtNte,
FORT MRKET HONOLULU II, t
Have rrtAUantly en Ken, Fr' h atwt Ch4fe
Staple nntl Finar OrnoorlA
Our Ooo'lt are alteaje of the fleet Qutlity.
IAT.RV AR1 ICLU WARRANT ED
TOWN AND IMAND TRAUI IWLICrTEtt,
Ariergt,fie ht now l,en oiplet ltli tti
(.Vem Steamlhip Line by whlfh we will rrrejvt
EASTERN OVSTF.US t.ii
Oil o 1 01. rreeh OnUforulu Itoll liutt.r,
X Article! wilt be tamed In the itf.m'i
Ite Cheit, artl we hnve built e
Com mo I lull t Ice lloule, 10
To iuflj Our Ctntomert wltti the abore article.
I U S T A S F It F S It ,
Al IF THE WERR IN CALirOllNlA
ak anx NOW KRAUV
To Reee-lvt Order In Advance for
OYSTERS. Cr.I.LUY ANIJ FRESH SALMON,
TO ARMVB EX1, 1, UVtlfOtA.
Qoodi Dtllrerrd Free to all patti of the City.
GIVE US A CALL.
Tilkmionk Nu. ji. (S5ryr
1'Elt " MAJsLSaATi:."
Ht hava leceWtJ a further consignment of
Afeaara. .Virrer,. WnUtonJt Co,' Machinery
And hue now on hand, ready for delivary t
One Triple-Effect, on handiome Uonstajin, containing
3.43! square " of heating surface, wiih Pumping
Engine and diKharftlng Montjiu, complete.
Ooe Double LlTcct, having 9,k)o uruwe feet of halting
surface, with Engine utd Mcntjus
One set of Four Weston's I'atcut Centrifugals, with
Engine and MUcr
One set of Two Weston's Parent Centrifugals.
Hftnn increied facilities for the msnufacture of
thee maclitties, (the Weston Patent, for which, n
Great Ur Stain has expired), we are thus enabled to olTer
them at materially reduced prices.
We have a full ssortmnt of Ccntrifugul sparee
Imings, brassos, rubber bands and bniiies, etc
Two DiAgoual Engines, rsch 6 in. by ix In
Clarifiers, Y)n Coolers, 8 by 6 by a and 6 by 3 by t.;
One Spare Top Roller for aS by 54 In. Mill
One Spare SiJe Roller far do. du.
One Spare Intermediate Spur Wheel for rearing of do
163 tf C. W. MACfAKLANE k Co.
M. OAT, JR. Sc CO
Stutioner anil Xcws l)euler.
HAWAIIAN GAZETrK ULOCK, jj MERC1IAN1
Have luit nxeived, tx Martpoia, a fine attorttntol
Amonz wh ch may be Aauvl
Broad and narrow, Vv the ream ; blocked, or by quite,
MEMORANDUM BLOCKS, &c., c, ic
BUNK HOOKS :
Bound 10 plneae.
DanLers' Uife, Uankera' tinall,
in fact we hare Inkstajadl for 1L
POST OFFICE LETTER SCALES.
Caner! Combined Copying and Writing,
' in quarts, pintf, and half.pinu.
CARTER'S WRITING FLUID.
m quart, pints, hair.plntt, and cooe.
VIOLET INK, quatti, piutl, half pints, an,tcunea
INDELIBLE INK, assorted.
ARNOLDS WRITING FLUID.
u) quarts, pints, half pints, and cone.
STAFFORD'S, in quarts and pints.
Egyptim PerfumeU Ink.
In quarts, pints, half.pune, and eouee
Terfrct Mucllaje Bottle.
MANN'S COPY BOOKS:
10 x is, full bound and half bow!,
10 a 14, full bound and half-bound,
Mann's Cop)!ng Pap r,
PENS and HOLDER'S in real tanetUa.
Auionutlo Pencils. Copying Pencils,
t Faber's Pencils, Duons I'er.c.U, kc
DRAWINO PAPF.R, plain and naunied.
Manills Detail Paper.
ENVF.I.OPES. 150,000 assorted.
Pta)ne Cards, round comer and plain.
MEMORANDUM BOOKS, a Urg variety,
Tine Books, assorted,
Shippiug '1 ags, '1 ourjsl Taga
INVITATION PAPER, arul Envelopes to snaich.
Ball Programme Cards, pencils and taaeels,
LEITER PRESSES, Urge and unall.
Rubber Bands, all aire.
BASE BALLS and BATS,
Guide arui Score Uaokv,
BIRTHDAY CARDS, POCKET KNIV", and
many other ankles too nuosrrout 14 mention.
X. SUilSCRIlntON'S received fr any fweiga
paper or alagaeine publiihed al any lime Alu for all
the Local Papers aiat Magaincs, Seasides, UioUt
sides, I amily Library, etc, always on hand, aod sp
csal numbers sent for lo seder.
Via, SPECIAL ORDERS received U BOOKS, etc
RED RUBnER STAMP AQENCn,
and Agents for the EncschftdU Britanoica.
tTt, All Island orders Ailed prouptly. 'A
I M, OAT, Jr., and CO.,
l6c-tf Garetl Block is Merchaat Siieel
OOKS PBRTAININO TO HAWAII
Jaiees Hutory of the IlawaluA ltUada
Whitncs Guide Uook.
l Is bint's hit Months la the SaoJtrkh tslaods
Mtu GcidoQ Cumtulng'i Fir Ktuatsibu-
Met. Judd's llouolulu.
Hawaiian AlnanAC and AnnuaL
Together uh a largt stuck of aluaU ajbd eateiteia
Ug U1ls, list uf wtuth U pubiibh4 la th supylsuseeit
TM09. q. tmmvm$
rt sW. atwf4
jmLDER A CO,
linvKirtrre mt dealers m
Atttl BnlliUnc Mnta-rUI
of ftlt Vindi, Just tereifed, ee Ule fT,.( Mfira
targe sjJ well suectad eargei of
inmpjlsinf all the usual riotk sire
In Scantling, Tlmbei,
Planki and ButrJj.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
fxajiilnig, Plane surface an,t rough Boards sur
faced and rough Battens, Plckitt, Ruitlc,
Lattice and Clapboards,
DOORS, HASH AND BUNDS,
All sljes, of Keslern and California laake, and lot
sale In qaantities to suit, at low pricee
Alao, in SfuCM,
WHITT. ZINC PAINT OILS,
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS,
GLASS A'ND SALT,
AWD WHITEWASH BKUSHES.
A (tit auortUMnt uf
U lmtext atyliea.
- Locks, Bolts,
AT LOWEST PRICES.
UNION FEUD CO.,
Importers and dealers la
CrsL Hay and Grain
Goods promptly delivered
C,a a Sdlibtrgh are
Telephone No. 175.
P. O. Boa ;.
KX.1IAKK " HF1CA."
oo bbls White Bros. Cement,
300 bales Wrapping Paper,
300 boxes Blue Mottled Soap,
100 Kixes Sardines,
yn Empty Demijohns 1 gaLUn,
o tons Fence Wire, 4, 5, 6,
io cases Plain Galvaalied Iroa,
10 cases Sheet Zinc,
ao cases CC Irons,
jo cases Tin Plales,
s case Saddles, etc, etc, Me.
FOR SALE BY
'yHE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR StrTlNG IN BRICK.
BMMELVTll 4 CO.,
No. 5 Ntruawu SraaT .HoNaitiLt)
Svle agents for thcM IslanJa. The best cooking ap
paratat for tin Planlatlon, Hotel or Family
RANGES FIXTURES swet, as
Hc4 Wt4r Jiallera,
Ortt Mmrt, Kt.,
Alweys In Slock.
EepbcU directions for testing up accaasnafiy every
tyrcuUri and I'riiil oh eiriVili'iM. ut-nr
Few si al Oreesliw JgaJsw.4 JVIw y
xs. h omcsaitao.es. oo.
O ". CARTER S. P. GRAHAM
S. M. CARTER U CO',
rlRIWOOD, COAL,:u FIED
Fiwe Delivery lo all porta of the City
tt, mimv trmmmr,
AaU Teiealwae No. ilaf
rcucntl burvliocmrnto. 1
'T, MATTHEWS HALL, SAN
a s r n o o 1,
fjwtnt in th htiuiiitit vllljee tf Sn Maico. on the
ttia..lUr..tt (n iiA. I tittrttrn IntriKtors rf re wit a.
heated by steam, and tt In f wsjr mngeJ fjr iht
itint July ff. ,
For further tnfitmntlnn sr.fl tslege, ut r.t,
RS. THOMAS LACK,
Nu. 10 Fort StrMt, Honolulu,
tMroatae sho tiaatr. i
J'lie;, Ifiie'itni-iils, Off iinil .lres,-rlaa.
aoartT roe Tile
WHitaandiheLiniiT-RuHKino Naw Hosia Msctdne,
Howard's Machlnt Needles, alltlivlt
L'ortkeir. Silk, In all colors and sires
Barbour's Linen Iluead,
Clsrk's O. N. 1. Machine Cotton.
ilmt. Dtmtrtit't KtlMIt Cut Pafft Pattirn
Dtaler lu RlMtt,
Gums i"1 Sroanxo 0im,
Shot, l'oina. Cam,
Kittwvr.sv. nritrns, Irs ill! .ten.
Sflng.lciiln, Ick and Own Rrpainog prouiplly
tsniirer and Iralr In
Chandelirrs, I.smpi, Pendents, Brarkte Lamps)
U tubular, oiue lubuiar, ooiiin whm.
and Police Lanterns; Nutse, Pocket, and
Table Lamps i Olobes, Chimneys, Reflectors,
lamp IlolJirs for sealrut inacliines.
STOVES AND RANGES Uncle Sain, Ruck's
Patent, Richmond, Ka Mot," Pert, Osceola,
Hawaii Aloha Almeda Flora.
MISSISSIPPI RANGE Cooking capacity vr loo
FRENCH RANOI'.S For restaurants, hotels, and
private residences, with cr without bu water
WESTENHOLM'S I XL CUTLERS' j
A line assortment of Table, Desert, andTea
Knives and Foils j Carv.ts and Steels, with
ilsin and otnainrntal voty handles ; also
Pocket Knives, Rarors, Shears, Button-hole
and Ladies' Scissors, Bread Knivei. genuine
French Cook Knives, Butcher and Kitdtea
BASKETS: , , , , , ,
Ladies' Wotk-sland Basket; Office, Luntb,
Iaundrv and Market Baskets.
DOORMATS .Vssotled sues andpatletnt
SILVER-PLATED WARt :
Roeers Brothers' and Meridell Plating Works ;
Water and Cream Pitchers: Table, Desert,
andTeaKnivff, Forks and Spoons, Srwon
Holders, Napkin Rings, Children's Mum,
PicUe and Ciuet Standi, Butler Bowll,
Card Receivers, Fruit blinds. Preserve
AGATE WARL i '
Nickle-mounted Tea Sets, in part or whole,
very neat and desiiable; plain Cooking
Utensils in Uricc variety.
STAMPED TINWARh.. . . . ,
Milk I'ani, Pudding and plain Basins, Milk
Boilers ; Rice, Jelly, and Ice-cream Moulds
new patterns in Stew Pans.
SAUCEPANS Enameled and tinned iron, from J pint
JAPANNED WARE: ... ,
Toilet Sen, Toilet Stands, Water Coolers
Cke. Cash, and Knife B&xes I Spittoons
Cuspidors, Chddren's Trays.
Fairbanks Platform, Counter, and Kitchen
Moline Plows, Shovels, Spades, Hum, Rakes,
Rice and Manure Forks, Oos, Hoe Handles,
Plow Handles and Ueams.
ICE CHESTS and REFRIGERATORS.
BALDWIN FODDER- CUTTERS Three sires, H
1, 1 J4, and 2'inch cut, an A 1 article.
Watr .rslil .t trrailrf New ork Hinder J.
ur.il carlKlued, ., i U iH S't llltlt
Itose, noitlcs anu ttrinKirn, c.
PLUMUER AKO TIMSMITJ4.S MATEKIAL
hs.t Lsioiit. to ti lLt.Iuar foot I Soil Pipe
lead and can iron; water Closets, Caw
hiteet I in; .ihect vopper, Clean ana unnca
11 to Ca 01 Hole Blbbt. Renin 1 SinVt
black and cnamelfd ; ditto Vailiund ,
Slteet 7ine ; ioft Solder, our own make,
GALVANIZED IRON PIPKJi to a ituM elbowi,
T reducers, plug., buiKing,
PIPE VICES, taiie ,'j to 3 inch pipe ; uocki and die-,
cuts )i to 3 loch pipe.
BIRD CAGES Larreit variety in mirVet. painted
bright, an iWiti wire.
BABY CVRRIAOES. Uoyi' Vhelbarro. and Go
Hall' jusilcelebrated Kire and Burglar proof
Milcv. .. ehtpm tiooc in largcit .mmis
ment of Safei to be found wett ot California.
Cuts mailed upon appiicatton.
GKLETTS ICE MACHINES!
Juit the tlung for um on planiattont h
fleam U available. S.nal.(tlit inaaet is lbt
Lee in four hour; second sire, 70 lb. In mvhq
houri. Cuts, with fu'l du-ccttoti for wotting,
.mailed to your address on application. We
aie authorbed to deliver the uachiuef
alongside at utaaciY prices, adding oJy coil
01 parkingats aua ircignii.
CUSTOM WORK of all kinds In tin, copoer, and
sJttaet'iron working attended to. WofW-iiiop
over store. Work executed by caiojmant
woikmen at reasonable prices.
BEAVER BLOCK, PORT STREET.
NuuUe tl pence Letter than a slow ihilliof " and
tW DON'T FORGET IT.
A I N B A CO
HAV a laaag stocic or T
VERY BEST MAT, QliAIH, TOh
uhlcti is orTercd al the
LOWEST MARKHT RATES,
aud sWhvered frae lo anyfvart of the dt v.
Agenti for the
J'eMilf Mutual Lift sssvurstssrw Css.
Aj.ms for lUe HOOVER TEl.hPHONfc.
Caouaiwioner of Deads for th. Seas af Calsforsvisv.
TELEPHONE NO I4.its
CONTRACTOR aod BUILDER,
HTKAM I'LASISO MILLS,
MaaaJacsur. all kauda W
sVud Deaean ;
ad sUl kioila uf wood-wtxli fiiilaa.
TsWSltJS. IWlll, eUMl ksMaVtt MWtatSJ,
AH kinds 0 Fkuuuf aad Sasrluf, aieeuaiaf, tstsst Tan
ORDERS m014KTLV ATTENDED TO AND
Oeelsw s fcaea kU eaker likseall aalieasael issHs
Seulhetn Tsclhc R. R., II milrs frws ln Kr.ntis.is
lion ami ability. The buildings are estenslvr, are
hralth and eomfort of the radrts. I'riilly Seiilon
Rrv. ALFRED I.F.F. BREWER, M. A
AT Till OLD STAND NUMBLR KAA
SHEET IRON WOHKH,
PLUMBING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
ArtaUn WtB Plp-J1 itia
Mtovns unci ItHuifsssM,
Uncle Sam, Medallion, Rlthmond, 114op, l'ala,
Flora, May, Contest, Oiand Pitre, New Rival
Otern, Deeby, Wren, Dolly, Oywi Qoeen,
fansy. Army Ranees, Ma,na Qvaria,
Ihuk, Superior, Magnet, Osceola, Aisv
sueda, EJlp Charier Oak,
Nliable, Inwoud ajsd
CALVANtZED IRON end COI'I'RR BOILXRK
TOR RANOES, GRANITE IRON WARE,
NICKEL PLATED AND PLAIN
GeUvuiLzeMl iroo water Pipe, nil ie, svn4
laid 00 at lowcstt rates, also'catt iroa
Lead Soil Pipe.
Room rnmlahiB OstU,eaU klarSa.
All slsee and grades. Lift and Torre Psiaspe. Qseeea
Pump, GKlrentemt lresi, Shaef'Copper and
Shaal Lead, L J Pipe, Tin Hue
Walar Closets, Marble slab
and buwia, enameled
CHASDCLIURS LAMPS AND LANTRR
Has just received per Mariposa and ctber lata air trait:
WhittaVer Star Ham, Breakfast Bacoo, CJifuia
Cream Clatete, ralrbinV's Uu.1, Tall rnsiu. Pi
Pruiii, Cranberry iaur, Annear Sauca, Salad
Dressing, Jams and JtUIes, 1'icales, Qki
Od( Comet and Oolurt Tm, Boaee;
Luxlish ltie.al.fast 'Ira, j Boiiet;
Japan Tea, lioned ChlJftn
and Tut Ley, Cunid
Breakfast Cereals, ,
White Oats and Wtwat,
Buckwheat PIaut and Maple
Syvup, Ofaham Hour, Oat Maai,
- Cotu MmI. Wheat, Corn, Barley.
llPs&Ut&ei, Cvbc, Powdered and Crano-
Iaied Sugar, ,Frtah Spices, PUU CWwdar,
Clan Clwwde-r. Atmores1 M'w UMt, Hatjuaa
Keroaene Ud, Crackers of all kinds, 4W.. tc. Ac, cJ
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS.,. OR RINO VP
TIUrHOHK ho nu.
UT GOODS DEUVRD ?Q AffY
PAKT OF THE CTK FRMM ' OP
THU BNTBRPRISE PLANINO MILL.
Tirt'EaterprUe Ptanlnf Mill bad reaaaesvl
To Aiaasta St., naaa Qvaaat Sr.,
C. J, Hards, Propelttaa,
ooMimao-roH am4 ainxBaa
Ptaoioff , Shafiog, Turniaf ,
Band and Scroll Sawiof ,
Doon, Sash, BUnda, Dim,
and Window Praam,'
Stalrt, maaU to
MOLDINGS AND FINISH,
Alea yt on batj,
AR order 1 tiled on shut not ke, and JobWissf sjeea4,
atieaded ta. MoulJiof aud la any patten vkaarat
aalra tbar for Uiv.a ViUSet aVUctssM sssjetj,
f 1 so la Si w po Btsr. ij(
Bills of Ladio,,
Poveis of Auonatf,
Willi of Kackan,e,
Mortiastes, l&arter rariia.
BuiUers' Cossuacts, AiiicUs of Ajwmi,
Deads, oiiotwy In it.
Leases, Purchasers' and Manulaetareis' lavaioM, Ua
rlaaa Ccrlleu.kUa-HasrailaA lore. LajMI
SLm Map of the Islands, PlaaM
fKonvlulis, Charts 4
UK ANY BLANa,. M1NTHB TO
At TM9S. m. TMMVWt .,
MV' ' VafcaVa J&Uw .i, mkW3frfr& , Lte&M