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M Mi.MRiifr... VrtfritioH,"
Suite wtitinit my uniittlcntioui
Vaxa) on Jnuin.ttmit, ! him- ionic
amm the follow ng, toV.cn fiom ihr
New York Hour It ) rrilnln thing
I should IIVc In ) wulcteily llmt I
trnturc In pilnt It. In the hnpo thai
tlnwc who ic.tl my own nttlcle nml ap
liot'l of them lll rr.nl tint one with
pleAMirr timl pmfil. U. B. S,
Sunr l lutcn, piearhrr nml tmb
Ik puttie" re much phen to tolling
about the ptew nml jounmlmu m a
Urge way. NcmiMpct work i, railed
n nofrlon, nml the puhliaitimi of the
ser U regarded n one of the Iml
waik of llhcrty in n fiec .tote. Other
public speaker ami writer who look
on the ri.wk lde of life arc intirli rtm
reined aUnit the cn.ilt) of noMis
anil the llrcntlmnncw of Jmirnalum
I'hcy wniihl hate prcat admiration for
a Journal "of noble, imlciwiulcnl Ideas"
w filch wh ptintcil rcnanlle of its rir
million. Hut If a Journal ban any
party bi.n, ami that hl.n I illirov
cird, it i lost. Nobilit), indccnilence
and ftccdom from nitty bin are .up
mkcI to Iw Indicated by n gcncnil
tone of fault finding with all thing
earthly and mihI thing rclrli.il. A
in religion, diinontcut with the ( uncut
combtton of affairs is support to show
Rreat liroailnc of mini). I.ct a news
iucr dccliie that there I no one who
is hihmI, no, not one (except ourselves,
of rouise), nnd il i Mipixncd to be
Itul) liberal. It I well for cicrjlwdy
to be Jtenlom in a good came except
a newspaper writer. If he U nil earnest
advocate of any p.uticul.ir mcaiuic, his
ivicr Ik-coiiu's and organ ami is an oh
jeet to be wept over.
This is the kind of lalk commonly
indulged in by sensational orators,
writer, preachers and humbug public
teacheni generally. Soinc of then), to
be sure, make a comfortable ndditinn
to their wage by writing for these
same unworthy organs ; but that is only
an aside, and is not allow ed to mollify
their mournful iews of ucw.ipcrs in
The common ever) day public, how
ever, look at the ncvtsp.icr business in
a different way, but a way which is
perhaps quite as incorrect. 'I'hcy buy
the daily journals in order to learn the
new, and they never stop to think, ns
they pay out their one, two, or three
cents as the case may be, that Ihey arc
suporting the "free press" which is
the twin protector of our liberties,
counting free speech as the other twin.
They haxc a jjood deal of hearty con
tempt at the liottom of their hearts, we
fear, for the newspaper profession,
trade or business, or whatexcr you
choose to call it. Gossip everybody
likes but feels obliged to condemn.
Newspapers everybody reads but often
regards them ns a circulating medium
for gossip of the liest and the worst
kind. The result is a decided scorn
for the business of newsgathcring as
well as for men who arc the news
gatherers. In their opinion the typical
ncwspacr man is, of course, connected
with a daily journal Attached to any
other publication he loses in great
measure the supposed characteristics
of a "journalist." Weekly publications
arc not so suggestive of news. They
arc more reflective in style ; and as
they are not got up in a burn1, the
writers and publishers arc supposed to
be more trustworthy. The man on
the daily, in public estimation, is al
ways on the lookout for news. He
goes about the city searching for items,
and kindly disposed people arc often
disoscd to give him a bit of news
because they think it would put a little
money in his pocket. He is commonly
supposed to le jaid for what he gets
and for that only, and so be is regarded
as a cross between a liar, a gossip, a
" dead beat " and a paucr. Many
leople hesitate to say anything in his
presence which they would not like to
sec in print. They cannot conceive
that most ncwspacr men would no
more rcjicat in tyje what they hear in
confidence than they would repeat the
same orally. It docs not matter in
public estimation whether the daily
journalist is an editorial writer, a copy
reader or a reporter he is believed to
have his cars always pricked up to
catch an item of news. As represented
on the stage he invariably has a note
book in hand in which he constantly
takes notes a habit seldom followed
by a really good reporter.
Thus the public pretty generally feel
at liberty to dislike most heartily the
members of the ncwsapcr profession.
It never admits them to the same place
of confidence and esteem accorded to
other men who write for a living.
They arc purxeyors of gossip at two or
three cents a dish, and " it really is not
nice, you know." It is also a notion
" of the public's, that newspaper men
can easily lc ' used," and this notion
causes the unfortunate people con
nected with the daily papers much
more unhappincss than the low esteem
in which they are held It is not agree
able to a sclf-rcsnccting man to be
approaencu oy one oi ms leuows who,
alter a lew moments agreeable con
xersation, suggests that a concert, or a
lecture, or a fair, or the owning of a
railroad, or the beginning of some
other enterprise is at hand, and that it
"would be a capital thing to write up
for your taper." As newspaper men
generally have much self-control these
contemptible job workers arc always
treated with more consideration than
they deserve and rarely get the insults
These opinions of the newspper
man arc founded on misapprehension
of the ncwspafcr business and the xvay
in which it is conducted. The public
has little idea of the workings of a daily
journal, cs(ccially of its news depart
ments. It does not understand that
the city detwrtment, which collects the
local news of the city, is made up of
auout liny men; mat these men arc
stationed all over the city in the
courts, in the exchanges, the police
headquarters and that the txstcm of
observation ot what Is going on IS most
complete and open-handed. The re-
prcscnlatixe of the paper in any of
uiuc ii.u.i.-s n ncu Miuwn, nit position
it recognized, and due weight is given
to hit character, ability and reputation.
Ann wiuic tie keeps liimscK well in
formed in his particular line, he lines
himself no concern about getting othcrl
"items." tie would beiiold a railway
accident or a great fire with at much
calmness as any other observer, and
txpect as much as any one else not to
know the details of the affairs until he
rad them in the ncwspaiier next day,
like exer) one else. In fact, a good
new-piper man is very free from prying
curiosity. He can tell at a glance
whether there 11 . (mint vf new in any
malum ur hnpcniiiK. nml he hears,
twifime, so miif h trash that he learn
to despite mere gossip, and to forget it
HHinrr than the average man,
The eilliorl.il writer, nioreoxcr,
nexcr ronrertithrimelve. about "Item."
They depend tinm their new columns
for information a well in the public,
ami tlirv st it V i!dfly to (heir business
ofionimen! on public nff.nr. A news
wpcr cih'oil.il writer would no moie
think of using newt hcird In private
conxcrwtlon than nil) other person
would. II it Is mi exlr.iordin.il) fact that
I related, he may request permission
to haxc the matter invcutlgntcd ; but
unless he nsk pcrmiion no one need
fear that the conirtsation will be re
pented Hundred of ncwsiupcr men
rany with them excry day knowledge
of ictl.iin thing to rcxcnl which would
make a gienl sanation, suih nil the
puuiic loves ami i rios lor , but tlicy
do not divulge Iheli knowledge or think
of doing so.
it will tic exlilcnt. therefore, that the
H)slliou of n iiewsiuiper Man is mil an
agreeable one from a certain point of
view. It ha it great compensation ;
but it i looked upon with disfavor by
the misinformed public,, or the public
faxors it only so farns the public thinks
to use it. jmiriialist haxc a position
something like nrtor.s and musicians.
reople nic glad to know them, to talk
with them, or to use them : but they
stop decidedly short of taking them
Into their cnumlcnrc or to their bosoms.
Yet the newspaper men, the actors and
the musicians arc a happy lot, and
would not change place. with their
Mr. John Gilhcit, the actor, recently
made a caustic and pertinent remark,
to a professional Interviewer. It was to
the effect that the newspapers inter
ested themselves entirely too much
about the private concerns of actors.
Mr. Gilbert is right. No actor i too
insignificant or contemptible to attain
a paragraph in a newspaper. A facti
tious taste is deliberately engendered
and fostered by the newspapers. And
then, having manui.icturctl the taste,
the newspapers declare that they arc
merely satisfying an existing demand.
It seems to be universally admitted
that a comic journal is a desirable
thing. The trouble is, that idea ns to
what is funny vary widely ; or, if any
thing like a standard be agreed upon,
it is next to impossible to find nn edi
tor capable of maintaining it. In the
entertaining "Recollections" of Mr.
l-.Uniuml Yates, several of the former
editors of the London Punch arc
sketched. The only man really made
for the part, it apeas, was that modern
I'nlstnff, Mark Lemon. Corpulent,
jovial, bright-eyed, with a hearty laugh
anil an air of hmlwmie, he rolled
through life the outward impersonation
of jollity and good temper." Taylor,
weak, vacillating and fidgety, was, "at
his worst in his Punch work, which was
badly chosen, long-winded and dull,"
John I.ecch was melancholy in person,
but bright in the paper. Ye arc at
times almost inclined to say that the
reverse is true of Mr. llumard, the
present editor, who gives us two grains
of wit hidden in a bushel of puns. It
is only within the last few years that any
axowedly comic journal has received
popular support in the United States.
The work ol editing such periodicals is
said to be serious, and the work of
reading them oftentimes is depressing.
This is because nothing is funny after
we grow accustomed to iL Hebdoma
dal wit cannot flash spontaneously.
We arc a nation of humorists, but our
best tilings arc not heard in after-din
ner seeches, nor read m printed col-unins-hcadcd
A new business has developed within
the past few years, and is now being
conducted in London and New York,
perhaps in other cities also. The idea
is a simple one, and only derives its
value from the thoroughness with which
it is carried out, and it seems to have oc
currcdsimultancously to several people,
who proceeded to put it into execution.
There are two forms of the system,
both of which aim to supply subscribers
with newsjaper clippings at a definite
rate. In one form the subscriber is
supposed to receive all newspaper slips
in the original text, which in any way
refer to himself. Literary men artists,
actors and oliticians, arc the chief
patrons of this form of inquiry. In the
second method, subscribers file lists of
subjects upon which they desire all
editorials, news items and special arti
cles, and the amount of material that
can be thus collected for purposes of
book-making and magazine-writing is
practically limitless. If agencies xvill in
vest sufficient capital to procure copies
of every newspaper in the world, in
every language, and will perfect some
system by which trained clerks examine
and classify their contents, including
advertisements, the direct benefit to
thousands of persons xvill be very great.
Historians, economists, novelists, politi
cal leaders, professors in colleges, and
learned societies of all descriptions,
will csjiecially appreciate the saving in
time and money effected by such a
system. It is in the line of .the labor
saving demands of this enegctic age.
Nevertheless, it is one of those things
that are not worth doing unless they
arc uninipeachably well done.
iHARLES URBWER & to.
7 KlLfeT SriSAT, IkSTONt
Aoi:xr. or miimi.i.v packnts
(riirnil C'oMMilloii .rfif.
Special at tent km twt to tha purthatJni: o4 gds for
the llaMaiUntraile. rrelht at tea rates,
IT W. SEVERANCE,
tt6 CaurosbiASr., Cau,(Rooh No. 4 )
HAIt'AiiAX VOSSVI. d VOMJiiSIOX
J. B. RUSSELL,
"Fashion Shoo Store."
Mr. J. II. Russell, proprietor
of th "Fashion Shoe btorc,"
N. Ii. Cor. of Geary and IDu
noiu streets, San Francisco,
bees to inform his numerous
Hawaiian patrons that he is
now prepared to nil Uieir orders,
through Wells, Fargo & Co.,
or in any other manner they
onroN iiuaiui or unoiiuwiutiihs,
f tXAIffiS Al,
Aifnti for tit lUwtllir. Iilan.1i,
Biunsii r'oiuttoN mahink insum.
nc Coininy, (t.lmlOit)
THKfl it IUVlKt AftKS'T
U almv nt h fcltft liHtrmikm II n
lliM 1 1t I MM It IftMIFAIM ltA IImmIiiIu tn
iSttti in 111 l'rtfir, nml nnw )f4rl In ! t
44 M li .mrt Tt, ih tfxvtbl inliHllHnmt
iiHirM yt Mfmm ttrlt
niUlMHM IIOAHO Ol' UNDIUIWIMTHHU,
A' A saiAKtKRfrt Atnt
DiMiWn llrtAht rf tJnlrrwfltei.
VUntiA (loAril of tJmtfiwtltrit,
Yof li Alti Itlitttt, intA
(Any of Milln.
r A CHARMN Mtt AOAXrs
Tim nlnivt InMiiAM towiivtuy, ) ruMitis a
(Unrrat Aufnrtr litrt n1 (It itnleftlft1 (Wmtit
AjtiU, At aiiI1mmImI la aL llVA;Ainl liiUff4i
of IK $ Al lit rnml iAonb iim tt n llr
moi rAtiM: tttmt. i-t6t
G HUMAN M.OVI) MAUI Nit. tNSUMANCK
Com p a n r of Heillti
f A SClAKMR A ct Aahxrs.
It aIkiva InturniKA CtmUKifw ttAtrOAMitlirilnOtn
tral Atftt f hl,n llw Alimfblgitrtt, (irnrrrtl Aitiil,
Art AuilHiftfrxl tuUl Htl araIh! Ii ilAiigtitnf lli
n At tti m.M iMottAM iaim. Ami mi lli imwl ia
hTAtl Urm iMftA
HAMimim.MAomtnu.m imhu insuu
nt ConiAiiy nf lUmbiirKi
MiiiMliitf, MmttAifcli, I'mnilnrt ftml .MatMntry
Iiuiirttt Agnhil HittHi (he mi ftmirftlil irniH.
: A. SVMAMKft V i, ACK.VrS.
lit aUiv firm tutting lfi APiNiininil nsrnlif lliU
rniiAny nr i-iriwiinl hi iriitr iik A)(aIiiM fu un
SiotiA Ami lltlf L ltiilitinit nnl nn McriliAinlie tcfnl
lticiliii tm lit moi fAVumliU Irrnt. Tor imfllftiUf
Aitljr a! iht fT.t e n-n6i
NOKTIUOUUMAN IMIUl INSUKANCU
CompAny nf lUmtmftf.
. iiACRn;t.n v r, A(;t:xrs,
Ca'(ia1 nn! Kfvrve . .UUlimiik ftBjn.nm
Ihctr Kl InMirfllitft unmiunie, ' j5,oi,wi
'I1e At"i if On ftltove L'nintiany, ft tl.e IIawaIIah
UUnils Af jxtruiifil lu lnnit Hiiiltlinai, l'limliiirv
MrrUunOi' ni IVthlucv. Maittlnrtt. ric. U SiiilAf
ml Kiev Mill. Ami rtcU In hatlxir, pgdlnot un
cr ilAniAjtQ li nit on I lit moi fAVDrAMe term.
AtiCf Company of Uniloii,
cAsr.t: ft cook:, ackxts,
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in tnc uuitcu states.
loltrlri tiirif mi fifiiniff ltninohtrTrrmn
Lossci p.iUl through Iliioluotti Agrncy, $44000
MllLAOnUMUA UOAKD OK UNDBK
r A'lrTA' & Co..
AKott for the IlawAlUn UlatttH,
TRANSATLANTIC VM INSUKANCU
Company of Hamburg.
. itACKFELO A O, Agtntt,
Cnpita! A ml Kecrve ...... Ueichimark 6(orio,r
their Kelnttirance Cumwnic " ioit6jo,uu
Tlie Acrntsof tliaU)ve Cotnpnny( for the Hawntun
UIaimIs Ate jurpnreil to Injure lluiltlint;, Fiirmiuie,
Merchandise ami 1'nHtttce. Maclilncr. etc. at) bimar
fltut Rice Mills ami eseli in the harliur agatntt ow
or ilama ge hy fire, fin the moM fawrahle tcim.
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Company,
RISHOP& Co.t stGiAVS.
Ontttiiltnt UtttAtittf f SI or, hnlilrva.
is com it roK 1879:
Premiums received after deduction of re
Insurance ...,...$ 5,3fl,9S
l)ues promptly adjutted and uid hcte. 1
NION MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
of ban Francisco,
CA5TLR & CO0KK, AGKXTS.
!ncotKrated 1875. flio-afii
EW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
Insurance Company of.Doston(Mass.
.lAfrfx Jintuurif tt., tSS4t nrrri $17,
000,000. Polices Issued on the most UvorabU terms, and
absolutely Non-ForfcUable after Two
rXAMfLK OV NON-IORr8ITl'RK TLAN ;
Injured aw 33 jear jo ear Indjwmcnt Plan for
.tmiHfff 1'rcmhnn '.IV.fO.
(Tsh'Surr. VTe. lM-up In,
At ihe end of the sd Vear. $ 389 85 $ 54$
3d " 461,70 840
4th ' 643 aj 1,130
5th 831.85 1,415
6th ' 1,01900 i(6s
7th " i.s-tS-sS .97o
8th M 1.450,73 s.i5
Ol h ' 1.676.05 1.500
10th ' 1,911 65 7,75$
nth 1,15793 3,005
lith ,4'5 45 3.5o
13th " s, 685. 00 3,48
14th '- .v7-7 3.7o
15th 3.oJ9 3-MJ
16th " 3575-3S 4.6j
I7th " 3.903 is 4,30
8th " 4.45o 4.S
19th 4.613-7 4Bo
aoth " 5, 00a 00 5.00a
The secornl and subseqent remiums are likely to
lc reduced br itcrfitttHe annual Uittrtbutiett fif xnr
t4T Applications can be had of ; and full inforr-nion
will be fin en by the Agents,
Hau-4 icceied an
Invoice of Now and Dos Iraki e Good
Suited to the w ants of this market,
llnthtrr ilirihr V,
and a ROvJ line ol
We would call the icul attention
of 1'Unttfe loour
lUtttnt Double Muuhl Htrl Vfatr,
which has been unountcd the best of
the kinj ever uud In I Ms count iv,
W'e hs also tceted a
new lot of he
DILLINGHAM BREAKING FLOWS
10, It, 14 tn.i which art rUIih jrf.it
satlsfactliin wherever they
r, m a x 0 1 x a it r a x 1 x tt.
The eoJle4 varlcl) t4 foods wkkh
. art now constantly rt
ccltlne art iww Lui
OFF.NEI) I'OU INSFECflON ANU SALE
AT THE LOWtbT FRIC&
If OLLtSTKK ft CO.,
f.vri 1 it tnr .1 1 rfi.v no.v or tin:
ft'iii.ii) ,k roi'Miir ,ui:n,,ii.i.r,i
l MniUuUr, In th.tr Urgti n.l
llt Allltiirtil fif
Jtltt tiit.l,"1tll , A(Vnnril(.1
In I ttm tttn ffum tit tliA
wmI.I, Atl of imi ipiality,
UifAt vAtUty iif mlritt t)r
nttit rUr, aUi
(lUllApr AIkI tl)l)
and tli Uf?nt and mott rumpltt Uxi. if
ty rr kept In ihU Ktnuilum. a
larjtf linniie of
WAstir.it .!; ntnitASKAN xvosuk
direct from ltiri e, free from
tandnrdiit. A(fiil fr
PARKE DAVIS St COS
J. C AYER A COS
gllorseford't Acid Phosphates,
Green's August Plower St. German Syrup,
Altcock Porous Plaster Co,
Murray A Lan man's Florida Water
Yerba Uuena Bitters.
1TOLLISTER & CO.,
are alv Proprietors and Manubc
facturers of the celebrated
Asenls Tor Win. S. Ktmliall & Cn'ft
JVii(rfiii t'ttttlty t'lttr,
Tolmrhn ami C7wnrpMr
which lue no rival. The
target! atirtment or
"plug tobacco and cigars in
OCX GWGKR ALE & SQDAWATEK
has always Uen reconicd as the
bet in the market.
OVR UIXCF.R ALE EXTRACT
being manufactured from ouron
private formula in
AF. RATED WATERS in Patent w Curls
Stoperel l-.ltles as desired.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, 59 NUUANU ST,
RETAIL, Ci. FORT & MERCHANT STS
UNION FEED CO.,
Importers n dealers la
Vttl, liny hi drain
Goods promptly delivered.
IiUh.1 Qrdirt StU lit J.
Qunm A Ulmtir9k St.
Telephone No. 175.
P.O. Eos ir;,
A fin. A.wwlm.nl of
now In umW cunftlMtitg ot
IMIHJKUM, JU t'li.V.I IS, HA I'M u C.I II
full Louihl, it Ibiny nd MfUium SIkc
Ledgers, Journal and Records,
II. If HuunJ, til Op, Ikmy ikl Mnliuin bill.
Ci Umie l).y lluutit m4 SlnU Entry U.y llouki'
lu,,kt Uhl MnU Entry U.y llv
Iwo-lhinl l.y UAs Nurow
OiJr l!uAs IrUl IULuk. ILjuLi,
C.Ui lluuks lK KKWvIt
roa .Ale At .
THOU. . Til HUM'S,
MtuiLNT Sit.iT u Foi Sr.TSro'
EATEST JOB PRINTING
.Kut.d la ce der a Ihf SaUdakI'ium i.ftk
-"ASTI.U A COOKII,
llANAii'iri, II. I
Wnut.t mil llrnllnn In lliIr I. Of. ami
Mlr.l :inli o(
Li.f.llnn .f ihr hnrlrll.l IViU rl
lh M pi jp Sirtl IttfAUr and Iiiruwlot l'lm, M't
hn St1! Plow nil ttt4-'Uutit Jr., Otlil
VAiriri, Dirt Krirr,
J11I111 Ifernii Otiii; l'lown,
I'Unlffk Ifetfif h Ut rnAVes
ihssionr cr.itt:iip.A'ii;n cask knivkj
..1. I ... ...I..
in mi it iu uTiirr. Jiiiira ri i
Aiii'a ShovrU and Mimli(
(lardit tfo Cntul Maiiuw, t
I tows. VnW, CIiaIii. Ni"
SiiRAf Mill Hcqnlrfiiienti.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Hptrin Oil, Cjliii.Ur. I.nnl
aihI Kproen M, I'fiirci
l.iiMtCAtort, l'lumlnifo, Al
hkty (Irfjw. DisihM.'i and
b. andjt rile, alUWet And
kindi. Steam Patllnif. I Ut
and Round Indii Ituhtr,
AOektut and Soap Stw,
Hit PackfniCf India Knit
Ur How, ) to Inch. Pipe
and CuuphfRf, Nut and
Walters, finhpit, Machine
Holts, all kiies, Cold prel
lllaLkimlth's, Kniiineer's and
Carpenter's Hammers, Pipe
butler, wincnet, b men 10
34 Inch, AuviU. Vices, Tul-e
bcrapers, Orlndtone, Hett
American liar Ironand'Ioal
Steel, Jtiulders Hardware,
all kinds ami M)lcs. Hub
buck's Paints and Oil, raw
anil IwiIetL hmall Paints In
Oil, in IarK variety. Dry
Paints, Utnlicr, Venetian,
Red, Ochres. Metallic. Ac,
Wltitlnj, tier man Window
ast'td siics, Manila Hop
No. s and 1 Flour, No. 1 and a Rice,
Crushed Susar, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters, CUms, Salmon. Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory
Pure Enirttsh Spices, Condensed Milk
Cocoa.. SPECIALTIES : The JM-
ir Krumnt Oil, II fn
trljutfal tJnlittM, 14 Inch, itubber
.Hpi-tHft miif VnitrtiM Ural, just at
hand.Elake Steam Pump Valvea.Pack.
Inn. Ac, Blake Bolter Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating A Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
AISO ON CONSir.NI.tKNT
California Hay, liar ley. Potatoes, liarrels
11, Hams, Asbcotos Misture for I loiters
nd Steam Pipes, ery cheap. Fence Wire
and Staples, Galvanized Roofiii
Wilcox and Cibb's Automatic; Sinj-T Manufactuting
( onipany, Assorted; Remington C'oinuiny, Faiint) ;
Wilton Machines, the bctt aismlment to W fount I,
and at Rottom Price.
by every arrival from Eusland, New
ork and Satt Francisco.
I Now Traction Engine, 8-horae power.
Oiders from the other Islands filled at Rest Rales and
CONTRACTOR and UUILUER,
STRAW VTsAXINi MJKKS
Manuactur all kinds of
-.and all kinds of wood-work finish.
Tarnisc. woU, nd ImumI mwIb(.
All ktikl ol l'Un'.is .ml Sarli), luilliinj, nd Ten
ORDERS I'ROMPTLY ATTENDED 10 .NU
: ' WORK GUARANTEED
Orilcri from th. oih.r l.landi wltclvJ.
Hm, jys aHil 130 Part MrttU
(orruii( uiub't ita.ik)
W. U. PAGE.
MT Caniagti of all JKritioiu tnad. 10 order on
luoat favoraU. tcrina.
To. clknl altetulon liven I. iealrt of all lirkU.
All work cuarantecU to git. ulUfaclion.
KTTBR HBADi. AND BILL HEADS
FiiiucJ neatly anJ at rtarvnall. rate, at ih. Satur
r ruiRWUK a co,
()f!r f MaI tht csr4 bT iIia ltkf
"mahviia da vis;
Jutt snlvt.l, il rtl.fn litl rMerthAndU
tAfftit t'.rpm irffrH,
n 1:110, hum: otlt
IttCH t tt
Ur Ct ili NfH. , j, and 5,
I lii Maml'en,
ttUtrs, i-H, Tim,
tIeAii, jib. Tins,
I (Ay Ctitlrrs, No. It arij j,
Ailv (ire a,
falrl'iinK Scnlr, So: 7, H, IO, It, It I. 'J
Centrifugal I.tnltiK, 14 Inches,
CtirnjMIiiou NaiU, Inch anJ th
MAtnU CurdAgt!, Astoittd,
w Kicehifjf Maltresici,
Oatv, Fence hiaples,
Farmer's Ikileri, o and 1$ Coils
Sisal Hope, Assorted
Ycltuw Mriut Xhritttttnv,
Annealed Fence Wiie
Oal. bcrcwsnd Wash a
Ac., Ac, &c
II. I. NOLTC, I-ROPRIETOU.
(legs to announce to his friends and the public in cen
eral lUM the above Saloon provides
First-CI ass RefrepshiuonU
From 3 a. M., till 10 t. si.
1 he fincU
CONSTANTLY ON IIANU.
One of Rrunswictc& RalVesceIetrated
Is connected with the ertablWunent, where lovers of
the cue can participate.
AT KariOtANI I'AKk,
is now open daily, where Refreshments may be had
an tunes on snort notice.
II. . NOLTE, Proprietor.
has removed hi. stock 10
No, 68 HOTEL STREET,
(adjoining Mr. II. S. Tregloan's
Where can he found a large and varied assortment of
tallies', Ce nt le men's and Children's
BOOTS Sc SHOES,
Also, altsliesand st)lesof
Ladies Fine French Kid Hutton Hoots,
ladies Common Sense Sl! p -rs,
Gentlemen's Embroidered Velvet Sli per.
Gentlemen's Oanclng Pumps,
Lawn Tennis Shoes, etc.
At prices which defy competition.
gV New Importation Just leceUed per AUmed.
Crystal Soda Works!
Our Good. ar. ackiiowi.da-ed th. Beit I
WE USE PATENT STOPPERS!
In all our ISottlei. Faroili.t um do ether
GINGER ALB BUT OURS.
CIIILDUr.N CKV FOR OUR
Wm Inilttt uoitlcubr aitcnlLui la our Pltnt Filter.
recently Introduced, by rikh alt aier umJ In our
manuftiu-t is aUwIutely Iiee4 from all impurliies.
flT We Ulir our inwds lrU Charge to all
Careul at 1 em ion jU t9 lUarU Orders t Addrtt
"THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS,"
I'. 0. 110X 3 IIOKOU LU, II 1.
M- OUR TELEPHONE IS NO. 39 "
tf Order, left itb lientoo. Smith k Ca, No. II,
Forlhlrwl. iH r.i.. (.QWH attetuinft. 1.
WALBNT1NES. , ,
A (n. twcetucnl llhe aU. In Ul.u U)les r.
lorully Mleonl, taiielher uh a .atiely ccunio, ar.
now on l. at 1IIO$. a IIIKUM'S.
Ctfi Fo.i Str S5re.
fjtncv.il blicvllocniciito. (TjciicvuI bucvllocmcnlo.
NEWS, BOOK and JOB PRINTING OFFICE
t'llliiphrtl AVllr lltlHithtfh Mri'rtitmt Htrrrh
WnMlrifj, Vliltlriff i r Ilulnc Cftrda,
Invltatloni, Mrim Card,
1111 I'jOKrAininfi, I.'ttff,
fJotc, Sttmfnt or Hill Htmd,
Shipping Keceipts, Money ttecrlpt,,
Certlficato of Stock, Contract!,
Illlla of I.mllii, Clicck,
Dmfti, Orderw, Notti,
Ticket, Lentil nnd Mrrcantlle DlanU,
tt, Doolii, I'ampliltti, etc.,
NAETLY, ELEGANTLY, PROMPTLY, SURELY and REASONABLY DONE.
TlfOS, a, Til HUM f PrnprMnr
"I OSEPH E. WISKMAN,
Tun Only RiiooKnlrsxl Cntirl Mnaliia A(iit on Xhm fawaIUu IaUada
Offloa In Campbeiir Flr-proor BnlMlnix, tt7 M tire hunt Mt. Ilunolnlut H. I.
V. O. It or UIS I t t t t I t I I t Trtihune 11V.
Real Eatatfi AKillt. nu '! 1U KcalKttate lu a!I pAiti & lU Klnjdxn. KeMs OOVm,
Houies, CottAfte ami Rooms
Solloltlnic Aijnnt for Wlldor'si Inter-Ialand SUnmnrsu-Toyrlrfs and the Travtlina;
I'ulllc will l-ty to me fur Tickets and Informailon tv the Volcano.
SolloitltiK AkoiiI for thn Mutual Llfo Insuranov Co of Now York. '".
Iargest, Ciendvt and Sourtde! lnt!fiitUn of ittklndlnlhe Woild.
Aunitt for the Oroat Burlington Hallway Routo In Ainrlca,-TMs Route ccU
all other routes tAn Fat, the scenery Irftnj the gtandet.1, the meals the chotceM and lie I'ilact Aft-l
Dining Cars the handsomest ami moM comforuM
Emplormnut ARout--Uruls KinpIomrt for all fteeklnic work In the v-ulous LiaiKhesof Industr)' tn
Soliciting At;ent for tho City of London Tire I nan ranee Co. 'H. Um Uon
Coir pan y In the IslamR
Cuatom Hoiii Broker. Fjiters Goods at Custom House, pars and diVhauei FrtitcU aitd Duty
Hills under Power uf Attorney.
Money Broker Ioans Money at all limes on firt-clais security.
General Busiuois Atlont.- I-egl Fapers ol every dtcription drawn. Hills diii Voted ami CcJ
Ircted. IUxAs and Accounts kept and adjusted. Record Searched. Rents Collected. TAes and In
surance oa Property looked after, CopInj;and lnirostn2 done. Advenlement, Newspaper Article,
CorrcsMjtidence and Commercial lluslrtcs of every nature protnfrtly and accurately attended to.
A Rent for tho Now Music Hall at Honolulu Companies ahroad will cofTeipoml with tm
for terms, etc Orders for Island Shells, Curios, Itva Specimens, Native Views and Ilwtoi careutly
filled and forwarded to til parts of the World.
tcT Information appertaining to the Islands jiven and
P. ssr tf
THE HAWAIIAN ALMANAC AND ANNUAL
A HAND-BOOK OF INFORMATION ON SCATTERS RELATING tTO
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS ORIGINAL AND SELECTED, OF
VALUE TO MERCHANTS, PLANTERS. TOURISTS
Tin: Ki.Krr.NTii rr.Ait of issvk,
Price per taeh number 50 cts., or. 60 cts. by foreign mail, including postage.
Persons desiiing copies mailed abroad will please forward instructions", for at
tention as soon as issued.
Til OH. tt. Til HUM,
ComiHlrr utt't Publlhhrr.
OT. MATTHEW'S HALL, SAN MATEO, CAL.
a s c 11 o o17 r o n it o vs .
Under Military Discipline.
tattled In the beautiful villas, of San M.leo, on the Soulbcrn Patihc K. R-, 11 mile from fan Fr.nctico.
E.taUitherf in l6o. Fourteen inuructors of reputation and ability. The buiMin! arc eal.ntir, at.
heated by Meant and are in eveiy way Arranged for th. Iielth and comfort of lh cadetw Tnmty ShI.
becini July ...
ror further information .ml catalogue. u.t out, aUrca
Kv. AI.FKKD I.EF. IIKF.WF.R. M. A..
DILLINGHAM & Co.,
h'orl Street. Honolulu.
have received recent additions to the'r stock of goods and are prepared to tU
orders upon most favorable terms.
Double Furrow Plows, Breaking Plows & light Still Pltws
ARE NOW IIF.INO OPENED.
Agricultural Implements of the most approved patterns. Cutlery, Ijmja,
Chandeliers, lanterns, House Furnishing Goods. Kerosene
Oil of the best quality, in quantities to suit.
DETROIT CYLINDER CUPS,
The bet in. the market. Albany CYLINDER OIL and COMPOUND
LUCRICATING OH.S of all grades.
tr SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO ISLAND ORDERS. Tr
Fani'l Amo.i.u PanBOib.n.
FAWEK'S ANTI. NERVOUS PENHOLDERS,
KuUxr llulU.i, CV llotdm. tray u4 Limy
llolki.-IuU Duvnird. Iy and ItoM!
FoU.r. aid Papee Culler., I.Ur. ll.Ut
kr.Kn, t)nlwB-. Velrel Era-rs
Crvual Ruhher, RuhUrw J
J-e.-uU Protestors KuUUr
Uand. of tufcu
aus .tc, .c,
for al rUUM. a. THBVM'M
U.ncuaHT Sratar au Fo.t Sjt Stv.W
all correspondnce fithfully answered.
AOHIZPII K. W1SKMAX,
General Business Agent, Honolulu. H. I.
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
These Mills are now in siiccesifuP
operation on a number of Stock
Handles, where they are giving en
tire satisfaction, notably iiixir. the landt of James
Camimiixl, Esq,, Hon. J. 1. Dowsctt, Kawauoa
Ranch and jAMr.s Gav, Esq. Full lurticulars will be
furnished upon application. 4
DILLINGHAM & Co. beg to announce Hut they
TJOOKS PKRTAININQ TO HAWAII.
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udr.v. pKlIoaary, "
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