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ANDS, OCTOBER 4, 1 884.
Whole Numher 214.
VOLUMF- V, NUMIIKK 5.
, l TV l (it lOttit, or ri Willi' Ijtlrr,
Tlic following facctlou. skin arc
from The Woman' Globe, n paper lo
lie published In the Twenty-first C'cn
tnry, nntl iucd, in ttJtante, ly the
HoMon Dally Globe. The pacr h
illustrated by a nvmbcr of wood nit
among tlicm the following subjcrti
Man Scared almost to Death by a
Mouse; Mr. Walker Tending the
llables, etc The extracts exactly as
printed In the Globe arc publishrd
according to the promise of last week's
Itrlrnordlnnrtl Aetlrlly timonu the Volt
Helmut Letters of Acceptance- .(rraiml
lleail'iunitert-Sranitnl mny be mel
with Sett mini.
The ollowing admirable and states
manlike letter of acceptance by I'resi
dent Cleveland of her nomination has
just been given to the press ;
Anthony, Wy., August 29
To Colonel I'ortia HiggiiM and other
lad ei of the Democratic National
Gkntli'.womi'N I have the honor
to acknowledge .the receipt of your
favor of the Ht!i tilt., informing me of
mv nomination by the Democratic
National Convention to the office of
president of the United States.
To say that I gratefully and reveren
tially accent would but faintly indicate
my condition of mind on an occasion
so momentous. I feci that in accept
ing this nomination 1 assume a respon
sibility so great that, were it not my
manifest duty to face it with womanly
couiuge and hope, I might, well be ex-
,cuseu lor snrinsinK irum
AX OUTHAOi: HV.1MTV.D.
A loilli llihj fitly f lllll'liet .1 I'niinr;
.trtii II.0 Srornrii tier Lore,
Hurling roN, la., August 31.
Louisa R. Talbot, if? cars of age,
jestcrdayshot Martin S. Wilcox, with a
revolver, because he rcfuscd( longer to
reccfte her attentions. Miis Talbot
had appeared to be deeply infatuated
with Wilcox, who diu not reciprocate
her affection. .11 he preferred another
young lady, who had also been paying
him her addresses. Yesterday mornin
she railed at his boarding place am
reouestcd to see him. Wilcox came
into the parlor, having in his hand
Never in the whole history of the
Republic, O my sisters, have women
been called unon to deal with a crisis
more danecrous than the present,
The hungry and rapacious hordes of
our opponents aic once more ranked
against the forces of law and order as
represented by the Democratic party,
and unless we rout them, as wc have So
often done before, posterity may welt
tremble for the result. .
The hollowncss of their pretensions
upon all matters is sufficiently apparent,
but when they trench upon the subject
of tariff reform they become especially
ridiculous. Their referring to it at all
is a species of monumental audacity all
the more offensive when we consider
that during the brief time theywerc in
power it was unprecedented!)' high up
on most needful artirles, Ih fact, it is
doubtful if women ever suffered so
much for the actual necessities of life.
Hangs, crimps and switches were held
at a figure which can only be called
atrocious, and, as wc all know, the
duties upon laces and ribbons were
simply ruinous. As to this vexed tariff
question I entertain no doubt but that
It will e luity aim .saiisiaiuoiiiy ucaii
with by the coming Congress.
The platform of the convention 1
accept unreservedly; firmly believing,
as it so vigorously expresses, that un
less our party is continued in power
forever the country will inevitably go to
the dogs. All the multitudinous bless
ings which have fallen like manna upon
this favored land are plainly due to the
fact that our party has had control of
the government, lo this truth tncre
cannot be any testimony more striking
and. significant than our utterly unpre
cedented increase of both population
anil territorv a domain cxtendinc
from the pole to the tropics, realizing
the patriot's wildest dream of an ocean
bound republic, comprising within its
ample borders 400,000,000 of free
women. And such, my sisters, is the
result of the beneficent rule of women,
as expressed by the Democratic party.
I do not exactly say that wc are res
ponsible for the crops, but if We are
not, I would like very much to know
who is ?
I have the honor to be, ladies,
Your obedient servant,
DKLAlXfS LKlTf.H AT LAST.
A Weak a Mil Flimsy rrotluctlon Another
flffarK tjMii vur jhum enfiMerrtre.
The following is the long-delayed
and anxiously awaited letter of accept
tance of the Republican nominee :
Busikrville, Me., August 3. 1884.
To Hon. Hannah Hunan and Others :
Ladies 1 joyfully accept the nomi
nation for the presidency of these
United States, tendered me by your
honorable body at Skowhegau ; and if
hard work, a willing voice and a big
barrel can rout the enemy and purify
the body politic from the miasmatic
nd pestilential presence of the Demo
cracy, you can confidently coUnt on
Jane Delaine to do it
I am the woman for the hour, and
can1 fill the imminent deadly breach as
well as the next one. The vital and
., indeed the only issue in this campaign
" is the tariff. That is the target at
-which we must point all our guns. The
-, Democracy may preach virtue, econ
omy and a strict political morality, mu
wnai is virtue-, wuai la iiiiitiiug, mini
the tariff on batting is 1 jo per cent, ad
valorem, and false hair, cotton-batting,
whalebone and face-powder are out of
reach of the poorest amongst us ? The
UrirT is a question that comes home to
, every woman. Wc must undoubtedly
1 have a revenue from imports, but let
them be laid upon articles of luxury,
riot upon the necessaries of life. If
bread is dear we can eat cake, but when
it comes ta whalelwne and cotton-batting
there is no alternative.
, '1 Countrywomen, sisters and mothers,
, let thit be )our rallying cry : Fight for
, your altars, your fires and your face
powder I Respectfully your obedient
. servant, Jans Delaine.
Ammkong a. aM tnlmtl it Chicago,
V 'Chicago, August 31, Anthony B.
Satan lectured before a small audience
-' hre to-nkht on " Men's Rights." He
' rlalaud that the men's rights lurtv was
Mowing every day, aitd he predicted
-- that at'no ytry dfetant day men would
at least haw the Drivilett of voting on
AKatioMl quanta, - The audience
? ' p r pin RMNtly of Mroog-minded
ta AM, fc r m'e syni-
piece 01 cmuroiuery, iijkmi which he
was engaged. Mr. Henry II. Greene,
with whom Wilcox boarded, lift "the
room, but paused behind the door, as
he went out. He heard Miss Talbot
ask Wilcox if lie would accompany her
to the theatre that evening. Wilcox
replied that It would be Impossible, as
he had already accepted an invitation
from the young lady alluded to aboc.
"You shall never, timer go wJth that
horrid thing," said Miss Talbot, in an
excited tone, and, drawing a revolver
from her' hip pocket, she fired three
shots at Wikox in rapid succession.
Wilcox screamed, and Mr, Greene,
rushing in, caught Miss Talbot's hand
as she was about to fire 'a fourth shot.
Wilcox's injuries are severe, but not
necessarily fatal. One shot struck the
left arm. breaking it ; another (danced
from the check bone, inflicting a slight
wound. The third shot did not take
Miss Talbot was arrested and de
taincd at police headouartcrs two hours,
and then released upon her ow 11 re
cogniranrc to appear to-morrow morn
ing, before Justice I.izrie Wallace, for
Much sympathy is expressed for Miss
ialhot, and there is much indignation
over" Wilcox's heartless conduct.
IFronl th Cntury
My ilear mamma, what can I wiy ?
You know ht l 10 brave ami true t
Anil then ha such taklnc, wayr-
Hcr cjres, lc, mich o heavenly lilue I
It Kcmi In me that heaven mutt lie
Forever In llime eyes to lik '
My dear minima, 1 IhlnW you ee,
She came lo nik.
Oh, mammi dear, ll'i o alminl,
Awl jet kite is m brave anil slronp ;
Ydii r little Jimmy, like a liinl,
Could flutter round her all d.iy long I
Hut nettle, when the nlftht ifioulil fall,
Uon her bosom happy task !
And now, mamma, jou know l( all -.She
came Irt auk.
mi.iri'r.oi'i.r.AiiK tai.kimi ,tnovr.
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jo me Juiiitiat oj me uiom . tmitii
Vnnr rnrrpllllitnnl "f'.irolll" Cfim- .
plains in this morning's Globe because JL
ccntlcmcn are often compelled to stand jt j mcuht stnr
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nn iiinpr iniuiiK -w.
II1.1 ,),nV MV ho IV. Hi llitr ! ?
This is a question that comes home
to ecry true father.
As nurse, friend and constant com
panion of his children, it behooves him
to think seriously of the future of his
Woman has too long been considered
the natural and only bread-winner.
The entirc'burden of responsibility has
fallen upon her shoulders, and man has
been a drone in the hive. Hoys have
been brought up to be little more than
beautiful playthings. In marrying one,
a woman secured something unques
tionably ornamental, but of little prac
tical value or aid to her in fighting the
fierce battle of life.
Wc rcioice to see that fathers arc at
last waking up to a realizing sense of
their duty in this matter, and that there
is a general tendency among the young
men ol the present day to choose a
vocation and strike out for themselves.
Attnnt'i nl tir.
in crowded cars
places, anil aKS wny laotcs oo nowiriLLIAM o. SMITH 4
offer their seats as courtesy requires jytv
they should do. 1 minx tnc lauit oipi w. o. swim.
(..'.. .. . .
I this discourtesy, il discourtesy it be, xtnrk m.t iunt i:,ti- m.-w-,
ics more with the tccntlcrncn them- it mpkimkt srtr iiowu'te
selves than with the ladles. Coming in j (.CiiMnhiJ i .)
from Kamschatka this morning by jtitt PUnmion, K.iirMd, Tii,hot J 'r &
II I t I . i r hnttlinn ttlnrli tlUi.la ( alulta Uitlfla
Acroiinc in a crowecu compartment n if
saw a lady rise and give up bet scat to' f
.1 fnnliinn.ilik- ilrcsscd centleman.' tt
Without even looking at her, and with"' u-
link it nuiu ui iiiuiirv lib nbuibii viw,.
in the place vacated, as though it W
longed to him as a matter ot course
II is just such ungentlcmanhkc actsja
incsc mat maKc inuics unwuungii
show to gentlemen the courtesy whii
they would otherwise be glad to ren'dci
If gentlemen were more willing to're'4 a
cognirc little acts of politeness,- IKeyJ .
would find that there would vi$p
cause for comiilaint'in the trcarrticfit
they would receive. .As it is, if they
arc compelled to stand while ladies arc
provided with scats, they have only
themselves to thank for their mis
fortune. M. a, v,
pnranon SlocVl, llotiil an,! timiUr Scurlll
llmniir An Sm 01 CowuiMion,
Mofly lanM on Slock Sairtli
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The steamer Martha Washington ar
rived in port this morning, three days
out from Liverpool, having on board
the ofiicers, crew and passengers of the
The second mate of the Zcnnbia,
I.izic Simpson, in answer to the Globe's
marine reporter, testified as follows :
" I was called at four bells this morn
ing by deckhand Flattie Snow. 'Get
.III 11711ri Inlit thr Ortfht of Mn 11.
This interesting and profound vol
ume, by l'rofessor Sarah Daruinia
Smith, has at last solved definitely and
forccr a question which, tor the last
two generations, has simply been the
despair of scientists.
No one has ever denied that there
are a sufficiency of icasons for man's
existence, thai he has rights which
should be respected, and that he
occupies a certain position which, as
long as he keeps within its legitimate
bounds, should not be intruded upon.
But the moot point, and the one by
which the justness and propriety of our
present social condition is tojbc tested,
wnicu, oy tnc umnc uai men, was
intended to be the dominant sex ?
Which of the two, man or woman,
was the primal conception of the
creative mind ? In short, which was in
tended to rule ?
The fact that woman to day is the
ruling sex docs not by any means settle
the question finally. Our present
ascendancy might turn out, after all, to
be a mere temporary triumph, due to
our superior strength, wisdom and
sagacity. It must be remembered that
for many ages man was dominant,
mainly -by thi skilful exercise of a
shrewd mixture of low, cunning and
brazen audacity, backed up by indivi
dual strength. This bubble wc hae
long since pricked, proving by our
present ascendancy that the segregated
might of individual prowess is as no
i,hing when weighed in the scale with
the conquering weight of organized
But to demonstrate conclusively that
our. present' predominance is not a
snare and. an evanescence ; not the
chance and irresponsible result ot a
fortuitous concourse of insentient
atoms; but on the contrary the full
flower and consummation of a based
and perfected plan, the final ethic and
philosophic solution of the complex
problem of life, has been a golden
dream for whldli" our pundits have
toiled in vain.
But, thank heaven, the doubt is
over, the night is past and Professor
Sarah Darwinia Smith is the evangel of
the dawn. Or rather, the Hill day it
self, as the irrefragible results of her
volume leave no room for discussion.
Wc shall not attempt in this brief
review to analyze the crushing array of.
Tacts presented, as that would he merely
to forestall the reader's enioyment.
Suffice to say that she has conclusively
proved by the geologic record, the
handwriting of the great First Cause
itself, that woman was created before
man. Exactly how long docs not con
cern us. Whether a matter of minutes,
days or centuries is of no consequence.
1 he vital and incontrovertible fact re
mains that she was created first.
Man remains, as we have always
shrewdly suspected, merely a iide issue.
Published by Harper Sisters.
plain sewing ant
the chief occupations of those belong'
ing to the poorer classes, while the sons
of the rich had no more serious em
ployment than shopping and paying
visits, and no ambition beyond that of
making cray-qiults and rich marriages.
While girls have irane out to plant
and reap, to barter and sell, to sail
great ships and settle new countries,
boys have stayed helplessly at home lo
be petted and coddled by foolishly
fond fathers, and to grow up fit for
nothing not even for husbands.
We do not share the popular belief
that the fact of helping on the world s
work will make them less lovely or
desirable as husbands, sons or brothers.
In certain vocations they cannot
hope to compete with the horny-handed
daughters or toil ; but there are many
fields of labor in which they may dis
And, though they do woman's work,
they may still preserve the modest
grace and virtue that make the especial
and peculiar charm of mail
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Jinn mill thr Itallot.
That the man of to day is fit for the
franchise even the most ardent advocate
of male suffrage can hardly claim. If
he is ever to be endowed with the
ballot he must be educated up to it;
and it is an open question if this can
be accomplished without a radical
change in his nature.
While the suffrage is in a certain
sense a privilege, it is also a right that
inheres only in those who can maintain
and defend it. Those aione should
vote who can govern.
Thus women are, properly speaking,
the only natural voters. They have
not only the intellectual ability to make
laws, but the physical strength to en
That individual men are bright and
brainy no one denies ; but even their
intellectuality is of a spasmodic, evan
cscent and inconsequent type. There
is neither continuity nor coherence to
the male mind. It is a whirlpool of
Man is the creature of his emotions.
Sympathetic, impulsive, hysterical,
hckle and illogical, he would change his
candidate as often as his costume, and
vote in every precinct, on the principle
that you can't have too much of a good
Aside from their fitness or unfitness,
there is a moral aspect to the question.
Ms?h would inevitably become coars
ened by their contact with the crowd j
and the spectacle of tender and deli
cately nurtured gentlemen crowding to
tho polls and hustled about by rough
and eager politicians would be a pain
ful one to every. right-thinking woman.
But, after all, 'the best argument
against male suffrage is the fact that
men themselves do not want it. Xo
organized demand lias ever been made
for it, and the whole movement is kept
alive by a few demagogues and cranks
like Henry U. Anthony and John
TrauUr nl IA J'llfrHl Oj)(cc.
A very strange case is now puzzling
the heads of the efficient ladies at the
patent office. A man has applied for a
patent 1 The affair is so unusual and
without precedent that the officials are
simply at a loss how to act. Not within
our day or generation has a man ever
been known to invynt anything worth
the trouble of a paunt, and it was not
supposed that it wat, in the nature of-
the male intellect to originate any thing.
At least the wise founders or our excel
lent government took no note of its
probability. The iiatcnt laws contain
nowhere the mention of man. It is
troubling than1 now to know whether a
man can get a patent in his own name,
or will De obliged to appiy mrougn a
female relative in her name. There
was much discussion among lawyers
about this during the day. The general
sentiment seems to be that if it is a
good and useful invention the young
man ought to have a patent. There is
a growing liberality on the sex questiqn
in the community. Who knows, if they
give it to him, it may start the men up
so that we shall hear from them in the
mechanical if not the intellectual world
n the course of time. Most people
are in favor of male .education to day,
though the old declaration of prejudice
alwava comes in that the proper place
ior itic man u 11 nomc wun me cnu
A few years ago it was an almost un
Jicard of thing for the boys of a family
tn tnVo tn nnv nrlivr liimini"; nr ftttt-
door pursuit. Dressmaking, milinerrfsom.c.othcr.8irls! if .vou ,9ac "attic
I domestic, service were i :i " wasii uown inc uccks. i
then proceeded to arrange my hair; and
had nearly finished when I felt a severe
shock, as if the vessel had struck a rock.
Hastily throwing on a loose wrapper
and a shawl, I seized my sunshade and
gloves and rushed aft, passing on the
way the prostrate form of the first mate,
Captain Samuel's husbands It was his
watch I The horrible truth flashed
through my mind ; the male wretch
had become intoxicated and abandoned
his post I
"Upon reaching the companionway
I was foincd by Captain Samuels, who
had not had time, it seems, to arrange
her hair or brush her teeth, and who
was clad like myself, in a loose wrapper
and a shawl, I noticed, too, that she did
not have in her ear-rings.
' Heaven, Lizzie," she said, hastily
aatenipting tq arrange her hair, "what
has happened ? "
"I I fear I said, 'that '
" ' I divine all she said, hurriedly.
' I missed a bag of potatoes a few days
ago. My husband has distilled whisky
from -them, and again degraded himself
to a brute. Am I not right?'
"I nodded assent, and hastily amen
ding the companionway we stood on
on deck. The scene that, met our ej es
beggars description. Loosely-clad men,
witb children in their arms, ran to and
fro in the dim light, moaning piteously
and begging to be saved. Even stout
women wept and put on life preservers.
Captain Samuels took in the situation
at a glance."
" ' Please lay aloft, girls she cried,
'and cut away the rigging.' Some of
the girls 'had not had time to dress, but
sprang aloft at the word of command.
Right abaft of our forward starboard
gangway was the Martha Washington,
just swinging clear of us.
" I noticed this particularly.- Our
rigging, when cut away, came down
with a crash on the port side, and we
came up head to the wind. There was
quite a heavy sea running. Sending
below for a glass of water and some
hairpins, Captain Samuels gave the
order to woman the boats. The Zeno
bia was filling rapidly, but Captain
Samuels, seating hersell on an ice
chest, kept perfectly cool.
" ' To the boats, women she shouted,
ind a moment later not a soul was left
on the Zenobix
"Captain Samuels was the last one
to leave, and her gig had hardly pushed
off, when the Zenobia, rolling heavily
from side to side, went down like a
deep sea lead I
"'There goes another sacrifice to
man's perfidy said Captain Samuels,
bitterly; adding, in an undertone:
That I was ever so foolish as to trust
one!' It sounded like a benediction,
and struck home to the heart of every
woman on board.
"The officers of the Martha Wash
ington treated us in a very ladylike
manner, and brought us in safety to
the city. Several of our able-bodied
seawomen arc now prostrated with
colds; we are otherwise quite well,
Several of the passengers were inter
viewed, but no new facts were elicited,'
The Zenobia was built in 1998 by
Eliza Makemtight, and was valued -at
more than the whole navy was worth
under man's rule, $1 1,100. She was
insured lor ner iuii vaiue'in tnc Lauies
Marine Insurance Company,
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Cor Kino ahu Vati St
Tteatm tn ftenrrttt Jfrr-rtiMtll$f4
Corner Queen nnd Kuhurrunn StreMi, llotiolnla.
fEQ L. BABCOCK,
(LATP OP OAKLAND)
TeaclW of the P.ino-Frte. Addreu, LVCAN h CO.
Rrsidencr No. io Km ma treeu i$5'tv
OfHrrnl Commtlon Ayrtttg.
Qt'REN STrKT Honolulu
O M. CARTER,
.tntt to taftr .iekHwlerttfntM tn C'-
trnrta to Labor.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Iilanm ij
Cnmmtioir of tieetta
(PORUEtLV WITH BOLLri ft 0.)
lt'hotriitf rtnrt Ftrttttt Otorrr,
in, Kxuq Stkikt ....UNDrn Harmony Hall.
Family, Plantation, and Ship itorei lopplwd at hort
notice New roxlt bv every t earner, Order from
the other Itland faithfully executed.
Telephone No. 119. I7JJT
OLLISTER ft Co.,
H'holfMnlr mitt Jtrtatt Itrnnalitn mitt To.
No. j, NuuANtr SriFBT .
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
T W. IIINGLEV ft CO.
Mnnfntiilrrrn of llnrtinti Clanr.
iMaOKTKN AHIJ DIEA LR t't K
oj Smobert ArticM
,1 V rnmt complete Mock in the ilncdom
Kin? lr-'t, (H'ar Alalea) Honolulu.
M. OAT, JR., ft CO,
StatlnnrrM nmt Xein Denlrrn.
lletl itutthrr Stamp Affrney
OAiirrr Hlack. .. . No. u iliaciiAKT STatFT
aoj Hoxolulv, II. I.
Trantacl a Gtniral flantiitg nullum.
I'lonrrr Strain Cmnly Miiniifnrttiry nntl
HosottiLti II. .
Practical Confectioref, Patry Cook and Baler.
Number jr Hotel Kreel, btween Fort and Nouairo
C BREWER ft COMPANY,
tlenrnil Mrrrantllr mitt Coimnttmlon Agrixtn
Qtraair STaecT, HoNOLt;Ltr.
Ofljcer P. C. Jonet, jr., prettdem and manager;
JowJaFO. Carter, treararet and ecretary. Directors s
lloni. Charlei R. Uuhopand II. A. P. Carter; Henrr
Majr, auditor. tij
O. W. MACfAilAUri, II. . MACMIlAHr..
( W. MACFARLANB CO.
lamporton, Comaalawloa MareluaaU
ad efacar FaMton.
Fiie-prooi' Builllng Queen meet, Honolola
Kilauea Sdgar Co. Kauai,
Ttie Wailtapu Stifir Plantation, Maul.
The Spencer Sofsr Plantation, lll.nl
llonohina Sugar Co, Hawaii,
Huelo Sugar Mill, Maul,
Huelo Sugar Plantation. Maul,
Reciprocity Sugar Co , liana.
OoVala Sugar Co. Ililo, Hawaii,
Olowalu Sugar Co. Maul,
i-uuioa sneep KAncn u, Hawaii,
. Fowler It Co'a Sfam Plow and Portable Tramwu
MirrleM, Wal vm i Co"t Sugar Machinerr, Ola,row
r,la,gow aivl Honolulu Una of Paclett,
U,erpool and Honolulu Mn of Packrtf,
Ijndon and Honolulu Line of Steamer,,
Sun Fire Insurance Co. of Imdon.
(i C. COLEMAN,
lltnrkunilth, Marhintut, Carriage. Work,
Home Shoring, .
HOMllt-MI ". .II. I
Plantation Machinery, etc Shop on King Street,
nert to Caatle b Cooke a. 7S-ryr
P P. ADAMS,
A uettonerr nntl CominltMloii Jlrrrhmit,
For the State of California, for ll-w Hawaiian Itlandi.
and Ceneral Agent for tbV Pacific Mutual Life In
surance Couipany of Cal.tbmia. 14
JOHN H. PATY,
Notary 1'nbllc and Commtttton of Deedt,
For the States of California and New Vork. Office
at the Hank of Ilishop & Co.
Honoii-u.-, Oaiiv, H.I. 1
JN0. A. HASSINCER.
Agrnt to take: Aeknoirletlgment lo Coil'
iNrmiio OrriCE ...Honolulu
Jloat and Shoemaker.
Boots and Shoes made to Order.
No. 114 Fort St., oeroAtTK Panthrom Stables.
A frying Kelt.
One of the chief causes of domestic
discomfort at the present day is man's
utter inability to discipline and control
Woman, although well-nigh omnis
cient, is not yet omnipresent, She
cannot guide the ship of state and
attend to the petty details of the kitchen
and the household at the same time.
It is pitiful to see man, who should
be the presiding deity of the hearth
stone, utterly helpless in the hands of
Ins domestics, the cost ol house
keeping under his management is ap
palling, anu 1 tie cooncry in inc average
family simply aiiominablc. Ihe hus
band and rather-rknows nothing about
it himself, and his male servants know
still less. Only those households rich
enough to employ a female house
kScK.'r, nnd skilled female labor, know
what decent food is like.
Women whose time is not altogether
occupied by political and business
cares invariably do their own market
ing and supervise the menage, and in
their homes it goes without saying that
life is worth living.
There is talk of establishing a cook
ing and training school for husbands,
and it is certainly needed
In 1880, man, poor weak, whimsical
man, "ruled the rooL" In aooi, he
is trying to rule it again. But woman
knows Belter than give him an inch
A L. SMITH,
Importer and Dealer In lllataiearr,
Jlerlden HHeer-l'Inted Ware,
No. 44Fort Strfet ., Honolulu
Kinz's Combination Spectacles and Eyeglasses,
Lustra! Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, Picture Frames, Piv
tols, Wostenholm's Pocket Cutlery, Powder, Shot and
Ammunition, Clark's Spool Cottou, Machine Oil, all
kinds or Machine Needles, "Domestic" Paper Fashions.
Sole agent of the universally acknowledged Light.
Runnin Domestic Sewin Marhine
KIT W. McCHESNBY ft SON,
Leather, lltdm, Tallotr and Com 111 laalori
Agents for the Roal Soap Company.
No. 4 QutEtf Street Honolulu
A LLEN ft ROBINSON,
Dralera In Lumbrr nnd nit kind of Build.
lug jtairriait, rami; nut. .yam, nr.,
HoiOLlLU, II. L,
agents op schooners
Haleakala, Kulunanu, Kekauluohl, Mary Ellen,
Ullama, Pauahl and Leahl.
At Robinson'a Wharf. 1
nntr In Chotrtat ilf, Vrttt, Mutton, Kte.
So, 6 Qucpn .Stukp-t, n.ii MAticrr
Family and Shipping orders carefully attended to.
lire Stock ftirai.h'd to VeU at ibon notice.
Vegetable of all kind, supplied to order.
r R- WILLIAMS,
ImPORTJEX AND DcALKK IN
Fitrnittirr of Krery Drtrrtjtiton. Alto
Upholsterer and Manufacturer,
Furniture Wareroom Na t-v) Tort Street. Work.
fhop at old stand on Hotel Strt. All order. promptJjr
mended to, j
10- and tru Four Stieet Hoxolvlu
Picture Of all Ui and Virvl nuift In twrltrr. sru!
frame of all devripttoa comUntly oo'haJwL Also
Coral Srtellrand Curioitle of the Pacific.
CASTLE ft COOKE.
Hhtpptny nntl Commit! nn Merchant,
NO. So KlKCSTVEET ..IfONOLULt
turorrcni ano dealer i
A sent for
The Hitthcccfc & Com pan)-' Plantation.
lite Alexander A llaldunn Itaitation.
R. lUtoead, or Waulua Jl ntnimu
A. II. .Smith A. Company, KoLa, Kauai.
J M Aleunder, lUiVu, Miul
The llxiVukaztr Company.
Tht Kohalaiwcar Company.
Tlit Union I murine c LtMni-anvd Sn Pnru-un
The New Cnrtand Life Inturinct Company of IVHton
'Ihe BlV Manufactarinr Company of Kocon
w. .!. ttwon raien. ucntruugal w1acx.io.
The Nev Votk nd Honoljla Prcket lift.
The Merchant Urn. Honolulu and San Franciwj
Dr. Jaynet 4 Son Cdchrsted Medicine.
Wilcox ft Gibb' Siner Manofactnrutr Comoutr.
WhMUr Sk Wila' SwHr Machlnei? tA-trr
r YCAN ft CO,
Import era and Dealer in alt kind of
Mnslc Goods, Fnnfy Goot,
No, ioj and 107 Fofr Street
Furniture, Chair, Sewinj Machine, Mirror anj
Mirror Plate, Picture Frame and Cornice mode to
Watchmaker, Jeweltr, Engraver, and
So. hi Fort Street . . .. HinoU'lu
AH order faithfu'dy eiccuted. 31
-TVILLINGHAM ft Co.
Imparttra and Dealers in Hardware, Cut
Palnd and Oil, and General Merchandise.
N0.3J Fort Sheet . .Honolulu
1 il-,j. afuM.
" ' 7 "z, . a
IKrom tha Men's alazannei?
Oh, brother who In slartrjjltiunil 5 f
So long have bin J .- ? c? h
nown-lroJilen brothers, let tu rise 3
n " "v- """ ' tf r
Combining, let tit try anl give!
Uurschcs boost I vCt.if-
The t)tsnt vranun all too long
lias ruleil ihe roost.
Man' frrt'lom neer can be oit
lly imile or ruui i
The only way to Jo ihe trick.
I slugging out.
Our fathers were the daisies once
The ilamly bucks ;
Hut we, their weak descendant, don't
Amount lo huckv
Down-tiodJcn brothers, let us brace I
Although to cope
With women we ate nol yet (it.
Stilt let u hope. ,
Who dares be free nustjvase no fear
Of bump or thump ;
Throw babies la their mothers, boys,
Ami take the Mump I
-tWONC LBONO CO.,
.4.ule far Moanul Sugar, ralamm Kite
Anj Kailua Rice Plantation and Mill.
NvvANi- SraEET., .,, Coaxia Maiisi
irdfcAiHoJlr mioT Jeieeler,
Watek rayavlrlma aaavda SpawlavUti-.
AU orders from the othet Islands jromptly attended to.
No. js, Hotel Stet..... Hoiolulu, ILL
TJOPP ft CO
TS King Steeet
Vpliotaterera, Drapers and Dealers In aU
kinds of t-'umlture)
T YONS ft LEVEY,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants.
IlEAVEa Blocs.', Queen Sri let, Honolulu.
Sales of Furniture, Stock, Keah Estate and Ceneral
Merchandise prorauls attended to. Sole irMH far
American and European merchandise, j J. Lyons,
a-VT I U Ji I.EYEV.
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN'
vestment Company (limited.)
Money loaned for lone or short period on approsed
security, Apolyto W L. GREEN',
OAk Ueater Klock, Fort St. Marnier.
T W CIRVIN,
Comml.afou Merchant and General Dealer
In Dry Hoods,
U'aiLlKti, Maui , H.I
Groceries, Hardware, Stationery. Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and Glassware. i
CONTRACTOR and IWILDER,
STEAM PI.AXrXQ MILLS
Manufacture all kinds of
and all kinds of wood-work fiaiab.
Tmrmimaj, tcroU, aaat Wa4: MWia
All kinds of Planini and Sasrinf, Monlslnc and Tan
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO AND
Telephone No. 143.
"pHEO. H. DAVIBS ft Co.,
(Late Ianiov, Geeem & Co)
Importers and Commission Merchants.
Lloyd's and tha Liverpool Uodersmten,
British and Foreign Mann. Inswanc Company, and
Northern Assurance Company. I
neater In Dry (I noils. Hire, Tea, Milks and
, fancy Hoods, Hml, Moots and
Shoes. Hran, feed and Flour,
Cigars and Tobaero.
Also proprietor oT Rlc. and Sugar Plantation at
KaoeotK, Koolau, Walpio, Ea, and HteU.
N,iR'ANi' shu CiiAriAii Set., .Hokolllc
Importers of General Merchandise from
yranee,. Kngland, Qormmny and
the Vnlled Males.
No. l Ijl'EEN STBSET . .. ItONOLVl
at akd ail Califoseia Steuet San Feakciko.
Patticulsr attention paid to ailing and shipping Is-
-pHOS. O. THRUU,
lurorTIKO AEO MAEVrACTUEIkD
Stationer, Stirs Agent, t'rlnler, Hook
And puUIvher c( ih. Satuedat P.ass, and lle-oit.
mm Almmmor mmj Amnuml, Mtrchant ttrau. LVtal
r la Ci Ssatlooary, Books, Masac, Toy and Fancy
Goods. Fort sirvst, nasur llotal, HosvJulo.
YTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co..
Nmm Knglnes, Boilers, Sugar Mills,
Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead Castings,
Honolulu II. I
Machinery of .very description made to order.
Particular attention nald lo Shio'a BlacksmilhinE.
job work .secured on the shortest notice, 10
Tin, Copper anal Skstt Iron Worker,
Stores and Mangos.
ot all kinds. Plumber' stock ana meuls, hoase furnish.
lag goods, chandeliers, lamps, etc.
Na I Kaahuuanv Steeet . .Hoxolclu
O, HALL, ft SON
IMTOETEEt AND CEALTES K
Hardware and General Merchandise,
COBNEE OP KlXO AND FoET STEEET, HOMOLULT
WlUtara V. Hill . Prisldent and ManaEer
I-C. Atlas... ...Secretary and Traasurer
Gjrgt E. How.. ... Auditor
Directors-II. Mas, E. O. Whin. its
Carpenter and Builder.
All binds of jobbing promptlv Attended 10.
Telephone No. m Wuliamsoa's Eaprt
o. )i Kiic St.i.t.
1 St. I
W. PEIRCE ft Co.
Skip Chandlers and Commission
Hqnoulu, Hawaiian Islauds.
AEents for Brand's Guns and Homo Lances and Per.
ry LksTis' Pain Killer,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor In Chancery,
Practices tn the Courts, and prepares Deeds, Wills,
Mortgages, Leases, Contracts, Agreements, etc., and
negotiates MeijiJ Ceost etc.
HCKOLVIU ,,,., , ,.,11. I.
,OrICE Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
Orders from the other Islands soUdlad.
S. W. GRAHAM
S. M. CARTER & CO-,
FIREWOOD, COAL, -d fttD, rinV .-
t- - aJfeflSL
HAY ao OATS. ltS.I ?',
Fre.DeU,T'joname,s,ciiy, " 'T 'lug
Irmemoer S, MXfl STMKMT, S. '
And Telephone Ka, 1 1;
-pHB GERMAN 1 A MARKET.
. HoaoLlLU, H. I.
Meef, mi, Mnetmm, Immth, ratrg
Cowlswry on hand, asvj sfcavosctat otaaKiir. Pork
Sausa. L aViensnias. esc.alasMis u hand. Ossr meals
anal sat tsi pal up lo Tauam style. AH aider
aaREwawaakssy sBErtaMapEaJ 13. 1
3sHr. aWsUS fiO ldl
1 ilaliiaeail la any part of ih
f AIN8 ft Co.
Importer and dealer In H), Grain and General
Honolulu, ...,,-.. II. I
M. OAT ft Co.
SmUmmher, flags of ail Description
aw aril, and repaired.
Hoaou.it' ,,,.... II. I
Loft lo A. F Cooke's betr nreprooT buildiag, tout ol
Nuuaail Strvec. , t
W PHILLIPS ft Co.
$aut triers meut Tkslesajo Dialers In CteaA-
ae nli, .aeVeea, AT atfe, JR.ss'a 'ssr-
tKaVtasf ilomma, inney Hoods, Mte,
Xo- it KAAawUANV Staaar .., , , ,Hoollli'
"-THE ENTERPRISE PLANINO MILU
Alaeea St., keae Qi iem St.,
TELEPHONE Na jl.
C. i. HardM, Proprietor,
CMTlnAOXOm tsBtl .WIUU.
Plaataf;, Saanint;, Tyrnlsf ,
Band and Scroll Sawing-,
Door, Saab, aUiads, Door
and Window Frames,
tssPVsMsTV) aasaasEalEtsW WW WwWl
Hard and Sep Tree Wood for Sale.
MOLDINGS ANU FINISH,
Always on bi&d.
All order (Had on start aouVe, and lobbing promptly
aitrodast to. Mssdduig snade 14 any pallera wltkont
extra charge (ot kaitcl. l-r,r
f NO. O. FOWLER ft Co.,
,lr. prepared to furnish rlmnt aawt Jfasi-
stsnlr. for Meet
With or vUhout Cars and Locosaoiirea, SseclaT.
ADAPTED FOR SUGAR fLANTATIONl
Permanent Railway, and Loconaotive and caaa, Tsac
lion Eagsoet and Road Locsanourea, Saeaat
rlouafin. and CuUimling Msdkinmr, Part.
able Euaine lor all twswees. Wnadwne
Eaawe toe asxasees.
Catalogue wah Thssatratlona. Models arse) It mi
lose runts ana Jsacuaerr raw a aean
ihe .nJjrsiawed. WTlT GCTtN asm
iRLANtaO., Aeeat he Ino, Fos,.
grapha eflaa atane rtaau and M.
G. W. MACFARLAN
NEATEST JOB PRINTING
eaeevted so oriee al vka Satv tuY Fan cant
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