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.ire lorrlftn ftr
Cardinal McCa'jc of Dublin i cl(.ad.
Samoa has been annexed ly (Vr
'I here is a negru cxrxhu from North
I'rarteU A. Dacxcl, the Philadelphia
banker ii dead.
Dc I.cscpi say the Panama ranal is
so far, a sucrim
Another exploring expedition i to
be 4cnt to Alaska.
No bigamist or polgamist ran here
after vote in Idaho.
In San 1'rancisco, Mcxiran dollars
are qoted at 84 i (3 85 rents
There is a bill to legalise cremation
before the California legislature.
(Gladstone's residence has been plat ed
under special police protection.
Dr. Leopold D.irnrosch, the eiiiirv
nent New York musician is dead.
On the 15th instant.Quccn Victoria's
health was rcortcd precarious.
I'rancis Dc Long the well known
dair) man of Marin County, California,
The roller-skating mania has caused
boxwood to jump from $38 a ton to
Four Portuguese men of-war have oc
cupied the mouth of the Congo in
The Prince of Colonnaand Miss Ka
Mackay were married in Paris on the
1 oih instant.
Samuel M. Wilson of California is
spoken of as Cleveland's secretary of
I .aura Wilson has been convicted in
San Francisco of selling a white baby
to a Chinaman.
A revolution in the United States of
Colombia has placed the town of Panama
under martial law.
A recent census gives the population
of Japan as 27, .1.12,016, of whom 1 8,
950,159 arc males.
Martin O'Connor, of Pittsburg, con
fesses to complicity in the London
dynamite explosion. .
Restriction of Chinese immigration
to Canada is being considered in the
M. V.iuvcrt de Mean, late French
Consul at San Francisco, died in Swit
zerland January 20th.
Captain Ito of the Japanese Imperial
Navy has been appointed to the com
mand of the Middle Squadron
The Pope has appointed Bishop
William H. Gross, of Savannah,Oeorgia,
to be Archbishop of Portland, Oregon.
Japan offers to deed in fee simple
with the United States, for legation pur
poses, a valuable piece of land in Tokio.
The New Orleans Exhibition had not
been a pecuniary success up to the 1 1 th
instant being then some $500,000 be
hind. Mrs. Laura- De Force Gordon, a
California lawyer, has been admitted to
Hopes arc still entertained at Wash
ington that the Nicaragua treaty may
be ratified before the adjournment of
It is proposed to terrace Telegraph
Hill, San Francisco. If done, the hill
can be made one of the most beautiful
in the world.
A bill to prohibit the introduction of
contract labor into the United States
has been introduced into the United
On the 5th instant two railway trains
at Avignon came into collision. The
Prince of Wales was on one train. No
one was seriously hurt.
Five hundred employes of the Lowell
Manufacturing Company, at Lowell,
Mass., hae struck against a reduction
of ten per cent, in their wages.
The missing steamer San Pablo
reached Yokohama on the 6th instant.
She ran out of coal and had to put
into the Ilonin Islands to get wood.
The Prairie Cattle Company has
about concluded negotiations for the
purchase of 1,000,000 acres of land
from the Atlantic and Pacific Railway
The French hne captured Kclung
and the Kelung mines, in the northern
part .of the island of Formosa. The
capture practically destroys the Chinese
control of Formosa.
A cousin of O' Donovan Rossa visited
British-Consul Stanley in San Fran
cisco, on the 3d instant, and informed
him that unless bis cousin recovered be
would kill the consul.
Germcn men of war have destroyed
two negro towns on the Cameroon
River in Upper Guinea, West Africa ;
and fears arc entcitained of serious in
On the 8th instant the United States
Navy Department was informed that
the crew of the United States man-of-war
Lackawanna, while at Panama,
have contracted yellow .fever.
It is oflicially confirmed that the Ger
man squadron in the South Pacific has
hotsted the flag of Germany at twelve
points on the islands of New Britain,
New Ireland and New Guinea.
A " fast freight line" from Chicago
to San Francisco is to be set in motion
by the Union Pacific and Central Pa
cific railways. It is planned to beat
the Atlantic and Pacific line a day and
The legislatuies of Illinois and Ore
gon were "deadlocked" at last' ad ices
neither being able to elect a United
States Senator. The Illinois Republi
cans tack just one vote of teing able
to return J one A. Logan.
The wrestlers of Jain, to the num
ber of 1,200, have petitioned the gov
ernment to be allowed to serve with
the land transport corps in the event
of war with China which, however, is
not at present considered imminent.
O' Donovan Rossa the notorious
Fenian agitator was shot in New York,
February 1st, by annglish woman,
callir,g herself Mi Dudk) Mie'u,
she shot Ro si because- Ik was an
etumy of both Lngland and Inland
Several of the l.ordon papers have
siccial editorial leaders on the new
rules to be enforced in the house of
commons. The tapers threaten to re
taliatc on the rules barring out icporters
by ignoring the debate in the house.
Kartoum was captured b the Mai
di's forces on Januarj 26th. f iordon is
believed to have been assassinated at
bis post on the ramparts of the city,
though hope for bis life was expressed
by the London Times of the 14th inst.
Preparations are being made in New
York for another meeting of what is
called the Socialistic I-tbor Party to
denounce the recent dynamite outrages
in the British metropolis, and formally
separate from those who defend them.
One of the trans atlantic steamship
lines is about to issue tickets entitling
passengers to mcrclv lodging and con
veyance, meals to lie charged at the
end of the voyage. This is a conces
sion to passengers susceptible to sea
sickness Evidence is forthcoming that Knglish
cotton spinners have some grounds for
continued complaints about the deteri
oration of American cotton. Micro
scopists affirm that through livhridmng
and forcing the growth by stimulating
fertilizers, the fibre is affected.
It is announced that the government
of Portugal .mil tho International Afri
can Association have been enabled,
through the mediation of England.
France and Germany, to reach an un
derstanding in regard to the. rights
claimed by each along the river Congo.
Mrs. Mary Pruyn, a missionary, died
in Albany on the 1 ith instant, aged 65.
She was the widow of the late Colonel
Samuel Pruyn, and for years had been
prominent in missionary work. In
1871 she went to Yokohama and estab
lished there the American Mission
Home for girls.
President Arthur has sent a special
message to the house of representatives
informing that body that Mrs. U. S.
Grant has given to the United States
the swords, historical relics and mem
entoes returned to her by William II.
Vanderbilt. Congress is to be provided
for their custody.
Over 300 Chinese were expelled from
Eureka, Humbolt Co., California on
the 7th and 8th instants. A Chinese
riot had taken place in the town and a
prominent whitcman had been acci
dentally killed. No Chinese were hurt,
but all were forced to leave the town,
and all went to San Francisco
The British War Department has or
gani7ed a corps of baloonists from the
Engineer Corps for experimental ser
vice in the Soudan. The balloonists
will be provided with three large bal
loons, capable of carrying a number of
men for twenty-four hours at a time,
and many small baloons for signalling
The Hong Kong correspondent of
the London Standard says that the
wealthiest man in the world is the Chi
nese banker, Han-Qua, of Canton. He
pays taes upon an estate of .90,000,
000, and is estimated to be worth 1,-
iaa aaa Ann IiJl ,i I.iaI. In TTnlt.wl
UUU.Wl'.UUI l.ll.-t, HI1IVI1. III WII11I.V1
The German Gcnernment intends to
introduce in the Reichstag, after the
final reading of the corn duties bill, a
hill forbidding the importation of cere
als from certain countries. The ex
isting duties on re, imported from
such countries as receie from Germany
"the most fax ored-nation treatment
will be continued.
There are within the limits of Tulare
County, California, in round numbers
1 00,000 acres of plain land, 1 20,000 acres
of foot-hill land, and 45,000 acres of
mountain land subject to entry under
the homestead, pre-emption, desert
land, and timber culture acts and by
other methods of acquiring title to
General Grant's health continues to
be a source of solicitude to his friends.
Intimate friends of the General said
last night that the wish which for years
has been nearest his heart is, that he
should b.o placed on the retired list of
the army, simply as an act of justice.
His disappointment that it has not al
ready been done is keen.
A dispatch dated Vienna, February
3rd, sa)s : Herr Smatka has written to
the press stating that a committee ap
pointed to investigate the recent trouble
in the Reichstag, which caused the
newspapers to cease publishing the
parliamentary proceedings, reported in
favor ofccnsuriag Scholncrer, who in
sulted the reporter. It was decided to
grant the reporter's demands and the
trouble is now ended.
A bill introduced in the United States
Senate to reie and amend the act of
congress to promote telegraphic com.
munication between America and Asia,
authoiizcs scscral named persons, resi
dents or Laulunna, New York and
I'crmsvlvania, to construct a marine
telegraph, or cable line, between the
I'acific coast of the United States and
the coast of Asia, the work to be com
menced within three cars from the
passage of the art.
The Call of the 12 th says "Last
Monday, when the Alameda's hatches
were opened to discharge her cargo of
sugar at the Calitorma btigar Kehncry,
a small yellow dog, his fore lei; badly
broken, was discovered among the sugar
sacks on the second deck. 1 he arrival
hail come from Honolulu to this mit,
and must have been without water for
ten davs. When offered water he drank
a half bucketful before he could be
stopped. His leg was set by the ship's
surgeon, and the little fellow will be
kept on board as a pet."
The l'atl Mall Gazette says . "The
American Republic is nt last beginning
to have a foreign .olicy. The doctrine
of complete isolation so long maintained
by American statesmen has perished.
Minister Kasson's presence and activity
in the Uerlin conference on the Congo
question must be taken as a xment of
things to come. America will continue
to exert a great and increasing influence
in the work of pacifv ing Africa. Amer
ica will ere long claim admittance into
the huropejn areopagus whenever it is
dealing with questions iwtaining to in
terests outside of the boundaries ol the
European continent. England's duty,
thtruK 1 t mik (lit. luo t uf this
gnat fact Uluud thicker than walcr
I he tnned States is I ngland s natural
ally fter the federation of the British
Empire there will remain for the British
statesmen no task comparable in im
portam e to that of the conclusion of
and alliance between Great Britain and
the great republic which sprung from
England's loins This alliance should
be as close and useful to the two great
English speaking peoples as that be
tween Austria and Germany.
OSTON BOARD OP UNDBRWRITHRB
f MtMVF.il O .
Agents for the Hawaiian lilandi.
RtTtSII FOREIGN MAKINB INSUR.
Ance Company. (Limited)
77 O DAI fES, AGRXT.
The above agent lias received instructions to re
due th ratw of Insurance between Honolulu and
Pott In the Pacific, and I now prepared to Issue poll
d m the lowest rate, with special reduction on
freight per teamrri .toi
REMBN HOARD OP UNDERWRITERS.
h A SCIIAtf-RR ACV A tint
Alto aeents for the
Dretden Board of Underwriter!.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
J W the Hawaiian I .land. 10961
ORTUNAGENERAt. INSURANCE COM-
panjr of Berlin.
f a scaafer v ct agexts
The above Insurance Company, hat established a
General Agency here, and the undenignd. General
Agents, ar authorised to take risks against the danger
of the reas at the mvt reasonable rate and on the
rnot favorable term. a 10-363
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin
F A SCHAhFER fr C? , AGEXTS
lite atwve Insurance Company ha established a Gen
era) Agency here, and th almve tlgned. General Agents,
are authorized to take Risks against the dangers of the
ea At the mot reasonable rates, and on the most fa.
vorable term, 110-16
HAMBURG-BREMEN PIRH INSURANCE
b A SCtlAEFER cV Co, AGEXTS.
The above firm having been appointed agent of this
company are prepared to Inure tV against fir on
Stone and Brick building and 011 Merchandue ktored
therein, on the most favorable trm For particular
apply at their off.ee aio-ga
ORTII-GERMAN HIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg',
IACKFELP V CV, AGEXTS.
Capital and Reserve Keichsmark 8,8,30,000
" their Re Insurance Cororuniei, " 35,000,000
The Agents of the above Corrrwny, for the Hawaiian
Inland, are prepared to inurt Buildings, Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machlrery. etc, alto Sugtr
and Rice Mill, and vessels in the harbor, against loss
or damage by Inc. on the most favorable terms.
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRE INSUR
ance Company of Hamburg.
A JAEGER, AGEXT
Iliiilding, Merchandise, Furniture and Machtner)
Insured againt Fire on the most favorable term.
NEW ENGLAND MUTUALLIFE INSUR
ance Company of Boston.
CASTLE k COOKE, AGEXTS
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurwice
Company in the United States,
I'ollrte Jttmtcft on the tnont JVirnrnMii Term
Losses pnld through Hno'uolu Acency, $40,000
(HILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. EHKlt'EK Co
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
TKANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Ham burg.
Ji UACXFELD tV Ctf, Agtntu
Capita! and Reere . Keichsmark 6,000,000
' their Ke-Insurance Companies 101,650,000
The Agent of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
IUnd&, are prepared to Insure Uudduigs, Furniture,
MTChindite nnd Produce, Maehtii-ry, etc , also Sugar
and r.ice rlin,nnn toi TT-tr-nimTrTicatmr ",M
or damage by fire, on the mot favorable teim.
2 1 0-3 5 j
HE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Glebe Insurance Company.
MSIIOP& Co.t AGENTS.
Xrnlhittttft Uitl'tUty to StocKholders.
Assets .. . . .$ji,j4,ioo
Reserve. . . . . . 6,750,000
incomk roa 1879
Premiums received after deduction of re
Insurance . . . . $ 5,3ft, 95
Low promptbuuljutted and paid here 1
of San Francisco.
CASTER V COOKE, AGEXTS.
Incorporated 1875 io?s6a
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
Insurance Company of Boston,Mjiss.
,IW Jtntuurif tut., tHH4, tmarti $17,
000,000. Polices Issued on the most favorable terms, and
absolutely Non-ForfelUble after Two
tXAMMK ftr NON'FOartlTURK FLAN I
Intured aft 35 jears o ears Endowment Plan for
Annual t'rrmtum $V4V.S0
" Ih. Scvoiu and tubtnt ptemiumt at. hVily to
t rJuctJ by ii,rtuitHC annual dutrihuHtnt if ikt
flut. Ji'J" Application can Ltthatjof, and fulUnfomiation
Mill t Ktvn by th Aficnu,
CHARLES DRBWBR & Lo.
17 Kimv Stukkt, Boston,
A(U:XTS Q$ ItAUAUAX PACKETS
fJnifitif C(iiixioi Agent.
Special attention gticn to tbe purchailng of goud ft
the Hawaiian trd. tiettht at lowtti rates
lift CAlUOKMtf Sr,CAU,(RooM No. i )
HAlVAtiAX CONSUL Ji VtiJIMISSION
Mtrrhu nt, 1 HVs4
J. B. RUSSELL,
"Eashton Shoe Stove."
Mr. J. 11. Russell, proprietor
of the "Fashion Shoe Store,"
N. E. Cor. of Geary" nd Du-
Cih-Surr. VI t.
At th end of lli ad Year $ a8o Bj
3d M 4.70
4th " M3 "S
Jth " 831.8$
6th ' 1,0.900
7th " M3S.S
9th ' 1.676.03
loth 1,911 6s
"th ;; .j7o
lath " ,4i5 45
13th " .,685 00
4th '' ,67.7o
15th " 3,a63 9
lJ:h " 3 575 3J
h I 3'3lS
18th ' 4.4 S
19th " 4 613 70
aoth " 5.000.00
pont streets, ban I'rancisco,
begs to inform his numerous
Hawaiian patrons thai he is
now prepared to fill their orders,
through Wells, Fargo & Co.,
or in any other manner they
OLLISTER & CO.
tSriTV. Tllf ATTR.T1UX Of TltK
vvnuc .1 cov.vriir mkHvIiasti
In ptrttcuUr, to their Urs iffal
varitd Mtonmtat of
I, OXDHOJUPS l'EHVUMIUl V,
jut received. ThU li acknowledged
to t the finest ptfum tn the
world All of one quality.
Grat variety of odor style
and prk, alo
(all shape and style)
and the utrgei anJ t m.tt( ttecii of
ever Vej t in thi Kingdom, a
large Invoice of
1VASUED XIRDITIZMIAXEAX SVOXOK
duvet from Europe, free from
sand or dirt Agents for
PARKE DAVIS A GO'S
J. C AYER & CO'S
Horscford'i Acid Phosphate,
Grean' August Flower ft German Syrup,
AUcock Porous Plaster Co,
Murray & La n man a Florida Water
Verba Buena Bitters.
OLLISTER & CO.,
arc alto Proprietors and Manufatc-
facturers of the celebrated
Agnt for Wm, S. Kimball ft Go's
Frttgmnt Vanity J-'ittr,
Tobacco and Clureiicd
which hae no rival. The
largest assortment of
PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN
OUR GINGER ALE 6- S0DAWA7ER
has alwajs been recoftnlied as the
beat In the market.
OUR HtXGtR ALE EXTRACT
being inanufac lured from our own .
pilvats formula in
AERATED WATERS In Patent or Cotk
Stoppered bottles as desired.
WHOLESALE A RETAIL, S9 NUUANU ST.
RETAIL, Co. FORT ft M MICH ANT STS
jQrystal Soda Works!
Our Ooodi ar. acknowledged tb Biat I
WE USE PATENT STOPPERS!
In all our Ugtiltt, FAmllies use no other
GINGER ALE BUT OURS.
CHILDREN CRY FOR OUR
We Invite particular attention to our Patent Filter,
recently Introduced, by which all water uud In our
manufactures Is absolutely freed from all Impurities
1JT Wt deliver our Goods Free of Charge to alt
parts of the city.
Cateful attention paid to Island Orders Address
"THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS,"
I'. O. UOX 7 - HONOLULU. II I,
tr OUR TELEPHONE IS NO. 398 "
MT Ord.ra Ufi with Bnson, Smith 4 Co., No, I(
Ion Strati, will tciv piompt alt.ntlon. a-tss
So. HI and lao fori Htr.ml.
(orxiii bovu't tah.ii.)
W, H. PAOE.
IdT Carnajes of all detcriptioa toad, to order 04
moat favorable terms.
The closest attentloa givea so repairs of all liods.
All woilt guaranteed (o glv. satisfaction
ASTLR A COOKB,
HoMOLirur, It 1
Would call attention to their Lars and
varied Stock of
Corn. tun of the unrlvalWl Tarli Steel
th Mollne Steel Ilrealtert, and Furrowing Plow, Mo
line Steel Plovi-ll sues Planet, Jr., Culti
vators, Dirt Scrapers,
John Donr'e Onus Plow,
Planters' Hoes of the beat makes
DISSTONS CELEURATED CANF. KNIVI.S
mJ to order, Ames Shovels and Spades,
Garden Hoes, Canal ltarrow, 0
Hows, Yokes, Chains, Fence
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Sperm Oil, Cylinder. I ara
and Kerosene Oil, Perfect
Lubricators, Plumbago, Al
bany Grease, Dmton's and
S and J, Files, all sites and
(,..!. Cl.. 1). (,! Plat
and Round India Rubber,
Asbestos and Soap Stone,
Flax Packing, India Rub
ber Hose,; toainch,Fip
and Couplings, Nuts and
Washers, finished, Machine
Dolts, all sues, Cold presd
II tavk smith's. Engineer! arwt
Carpenter's Hammers, Pipe
Cutters, Winches, 8 inch to
24 Inch, Anvils. Vices, Tube
ScTapers, Grindstones, lieu
American liar Iron and Tool
Steel, Builders' HarJware,
all kinds and .tes. Hub
buck's Taints and Oils, raw
and boiled. Small Paints in
Oil, in fare variety, Dry
Paints, Umber, Venetian,
Red. Ochres, Metallic. &.C.,
Whiting, German Window
a.itd sites. Manila Rope
No. 1 and a Flour, No. 1 and a Rice,
Crushed Surar, China andJapanTeas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon, Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruiti from the Factory
Pure English Spices, Condensed Milk
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES: The J'nf
(tee KcroKcna Off, Huatort'a Cen
trifugnl Hainan, 14 Inch. Itabbrr
Sprlntf ami Canra Jirahe just at
hand.Blake Steam Pump Valvek.Pack
Iny. Ace, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugali Complete,
AL40 ON CONSIGNMENT
California Hay, Ilarles, Potatoes. Barrels
Salmon, Hams, Asbestos Muture for Dollers
and Steam Pipes, very cheap. Fence Wire
and Staples, Galvanlted Roofing
Wilcox and Gibb's Automatic; Sineer Manufactunng
Company, Asned: Renjington Company, Family;
Wilson Machines, the beat assoitment to be found,
and at Rottom Price.
Nar Coo by every arrival from England, Hew
1 one ana aan rranciaco.
1 New Traction Engine, 8-horm power.
Orders from the other lalands filled at Beat Rates and
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
STEAM PLANING MILKS
Maitufectura all kiiwii of
ao all kinds of wood-work finish.
Turalufe ocroU, and baud aawlng.
All Modi of FUnkij aoj SaoHoj, MartMot, and T.a
OKDF.ItS PROMPTLY ATrENDED 10 ND
Ord.rl from Ih. oltttf JtlanJt ao!icUd. ,o4-ir
II. I NOLTE, PROI'RmTOR.
Isegs tn announce to hit fneitis and th. public la geo
era! that th. abov. Saloon provides
from j a. si., till tc r. m.
COXSTANTLV ON HAND.
Otno HiunUVA Ulla'clUtKl
Is cona.itd uh the sublUhueot, itkere levers of
tbe cue can .MJtKipatc.
AT KAflOLAMI pAliK,
is aowooea daily, hr Ksfrvthfisentt way be ha4
all times oji short rwtkc.
U. . NOLTE, Hoj.ior.
The Great California
Flies, Fleas, Cockroaches
Chicken Lice, Etc.
H AR MLESS
To Human Heine ft!"l Animals.
AN AHSOLUTB NECRSSITV
In th. lloui, Oatdtn, Couiciralory, or Wara
roornt. The Buhach Insufflator,
For Dlatrlbutlnf the Bucbach.
BENSON, SMITH & Co.,
mj and its FORT STREET. Honolulu. II. I
Wells, .Fargo & Co's
MERCHANDISE, PACKAGES, PARCELS,
COLD SILVER, DANK N01ES,
BONDS. VALUABLE PAPERS,
ETC, ETC., ETC.
ForwarileJ by Rapid Conveyance to all paiti of th
World and Promptly Dtllveied
FAVORABLE RATES ON FREIGHT
&S Prompt attention gtven to Collections and
Commmiom of .very description.
G. VV. MACKAKLANH & CO.:
i)t-4, Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
G. J. WALLER,
5a BUTCHER Sa
To tlie Front.
A GREAT BOON '10 HONOLULU PUBLIC,
BEEP, VEAL, MUT10N,
PORK AND FISH.
Kent for four tlass after beinc killed, bs Bell Cole
man Patent Dry Air Refrigerator. t Guaranteed to
keep longer after delivery than fresli killed meats. Io
be. had at any of MR. WALLER'S MARKF.1S and
On Klne Street.
XJT MEAT FOR SALE ALL DAY.
M3T Thanking th. public for past favors, 1 solicit a
continuance of the same. G. ), WALLER.
ENNER & Co.,
Hare reopcned at (he old stand No. 9a Fort ttreat.
with a new and carefully selected stock of
Witchw, Clocks, ,
Gold Cbalm and Guards,
Sleeve Buttons, Studs, &c,
Ladles would dj well to call and eiamint our stock of
Biacelttt, Broochts. Locked, Earrings, etc .
Uch wii especially selected to suit the
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made to order.
The repairing brancb of our buslaess we regard as an
Important oat, and all jobs intrutttd to us will
be eaecuted U a manner second to none.
Of every desalt tloadgne to ordsr Particular atltn
tlon Is paid to or ttra and Job work from th
No 16 Kiha SraiKT. Hokolvlv, H. I
PI1ACT1CAL PLUMBER & OAS FITTER,
Copper mill tihtet Iron Workor
Ami Mta Uooftr.
UN WAKK, F.Tt
$ All work gyaramttd and all orders fathfult)
aiunJrd to. lipase leave ordfrs on fht slait.
HAY, GRAIN and FEED.
Henry F. Hebbard has
opened a depot at No. -jy King
street, telephone 258, for the
sale and delivery of hay, grain
and feed, in quantities to suit.
le is also ready to supply
COAL, CHARCOAL ml WOOD.
SATURDAY PRESS t
NEWS, BOOK and JOB PRINTING OFFIGE
Campbell' Xetr HulltHiiu, Merchant Stnet.
Wcddlnjf, Vliiting ft Dullness Cards,
tnvltatloni, Menu Cards,
Ball Programmes, Letter,
Note, Statement or Bill Heads,
Shipping- Receipts, Money Receipts,
Certificates of Stock, Contracts,
Bills of Lading, ChecVs,
Drafts, Orders, Notes,
TlcVcta, Legal and Mercantile Blanks,
Labels, Bootes, Pamphlets, etc,
NEATLY, ELEGANTLY, PROMPTLY, SURELY and REASONABY DO NE.
TJIOS. G, TlillVM, Proprietor.
The Corner Harness Store Still to the Front !
Large intolcti of Goudt (of all demerit tlom) hiving
bn received by me they
WILL OB SOLD AT LOWER PR1CUS,
Than the umt quality of Goods can Le purchased cite
where In Honolulu and tAthfact on euaratilred. Mv toct
contuti of all kind of American, nngtitli and Sydney
Saddlet, Belts, Pouchet. Ltggingi,
Saddle Clotlu, School Dagi, Etc.,
Bits, Spurs and Stirrups,' Etc.,
In Nickel and Sliver Plate,
The Reputation of my HOME MADE HARNESS
For superiority of wo'Vmanihlp and material remains unchallenged during iny tin yean residence here
Thankful for the generous patronage of the past, its continuance and Inctaie tn the future It reepectfulty
solicited at the old stand
!-)! Corner of Fort and King Streets, Honolulu, H. 1,
A. S. CLEGHORN & CO.,.
Importers, Commlsilon Merohants and Doalors In
AGLNTS FOR THE IJC$T KON'A COFFEE.
Wt ate in receipt of Fresh Kona CofTe direct from Plantations by every arrival.
VarHcutitr Attention Olren to Itlitml Orilrr.
Of ever) description and Goods no In stock purchase or ordered from abroad to suit 'buyers.
FIRE-PROOF STORES, Queen and Kaahumanu Stretts. Honolulu. H. I.
nRANCH STORES ON HAWAII :
u.. S. C3LElC3-liOI5aiT cSc CO.,
Auctioneers, Importers and Dealers In General Meroliantllsie,
" At the Old Corner, Front and Walanuenue Streets, J. II. Mayby, ManageK
HoOKENA, Hawaii Wdliam Maxwell, Manlier
IIonoicaa, Hawaii , J. It. Mills
Psauii-u, Hawaii ....J. R. Mills, Manager, Thos. M. Ilatt, Deputy
At all our branch Stores will be found a full line of Groceries, received fresh by every steamer Dry Goods,
Clothing, Fancy Goods, Notions, Hoots and Shoes, Hardware, Crockery and Glassware, and all Coods that are
kept in well found country stores. 319130
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rHK KLKrKXTH YKAH Of IBSUK.
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Titos, ja. Tit hum,
CosttStslAr and Ptef(.iir.
QT. MATTHEW'S HALL, SAN MATEO. CAL.
Located in the bwutiful villaac of San Mateo, on the
Established in tS6s. rourtcen instructors of reputation and ability. fht buildinis ar. eatenstvr, an
heated by steam and ar in every way arranged for the health and comfort of the cadets. Trinity Session
begins July .4.
ror further Information ami catalogue, lust out, address
41 The Glory of His
M HORSE-BREAKING. Jfi
By C. B.
Tbe undci sitrned havtnz leased th commodious
and Punchbowl Streets, takat jhls method of Informing
matured horses to break, tn in mot, scienunc manner, uwnin poitiote umt, ant at ustioweai rates, natiag
practiced the profession of horse breaking for five years In this Kingdom, andjnany yean before; coming here,
under such great lights tu th profession as Profs. Tapp (tamer of the man-eating stallion Cognac), Flyuo, Mar
shall, Pratt, Rockwell, and others, I offer my services to the public. In the above meulonad capacity, with per
fect confidence that I can give entire satisfaction in every Instance.
1 m. i,m s. hsv.s iimrr f di Ua&t not of ih id-called
ru) sterious uiilucnce render them In a few hours so as to be handled in any manner with safety, for pevple do not
take much stock In such nonsense now a dayv n.ey know mors now than they used to. and ar not so aaaily
deceived. Those who have Invested money with this clan ol individuals, find out sooner or later Usat they ad
the vtle metltods that they practice are humbugs, and worthless. While tnls sort of thing has sometimes, appan
ently, been done, it was only for the time being, and Just M soon as the horse Is out of the so-called tamer's
hands he becomes as wiU and unmanageable as ever,
n,- rasil ru ami tort, art (jf hrcallntf. lamina1
received a gtcat deal of ducuttioti, most people believing It 10 1 wjuthtnc shrouded la mystery, and entirely
beyond tbe comthenIon tuf ordinary mortals, If not even bordering upsjn the supernatural. Now, while thera
ar a gret many appliances to be used in the practice that are indupensibl-i, a perfect knowledge of (be ute of
which can only be galneUby tipricnce. 1 will cive three of the raju Important secrets connected with the
business. In the possession of which anyone cau, with experience, become a successful handler of colts and horsee,
I care not now wuu or Vkious,
The first Is cotnown .sens, which we alt know cannot be learned, but which one must be giAtd with by
nature The lecond Is perse veranrc; and the third, the most Important of all, W patience. The nwreof the laU
rnt...l ins,trUl (K laetftfr. a n J 1 think that about ttfl tioitS AS HlUCh of It U required in thU lrofcslon than SJ.V
otlterthat 1 know tf, unl.t it Is the tnanaaeinent of children the ditfcrent I) pet and di.pnajtjnns of both requlrs
lng to my iKftlon exactly th umt methods pI treatment, kindness and uentlenesi Ulnf the best and only
COurs. in In. sisajorlty ot cases I vnu tirinness iruh vm ytm.nw ...... ..iwim w., p.m. vwutviuuei even in.
same kind of correction resorteii to that any guoi housewife wouM ajmlnlsler to a riuaJunf younguer, when
fotbearance bas ceased to Ucome a virtue.
While our Creator has endowed every livinu and creeplnii lluii, from the ayt 19 th. elephant, with the
means or weatons of defending ihemselics, It Is the right instead of th. wrong use of these wea-uo that wt has
the power of educating them to. lal.lh. elepluiit in a will state, and enrage him. and h can tear down
nvasslte trees, or even houus with his ponderous trunk, but nun with his superior IntelUcl can urn. this sam.
elephant, and nsle him as great abenerilas a Ua.1 of burden as h. was an object of terror In a wild Hare,
Kaactly In the sain, manner the horse, In a wild stale, uses his legs, or his heels rather, upon the near approach
of man, as a means of defense; but as soon ash. is rightly educated In the proper use of his legs, and becomes
ror.s tnced that man is his friend. Instead of hit foe, h. will suiter himself to be handled In any manner, and why
Ilecause Ms fear is all gone J and he will even suBee pain rather than da what 1st thinks or what ht has bwu learned
would not b tight, Ixi v.. not lie horses worklnn In our streets nearly every day that art lame, or have aura
backs, sure shoulders, or similar ailments! tint h. has Itett educated to know that he must submit to tuy task
that his cruel master sees fit 10 impute upon hinit when, if they 'had reason like ourselves, instead of Instinct,
they would he pretty sure to rtverx the ri.ld and wrung use of their legs by kicking out a few dashboards.
Itoring my long esperwnc In tin practlst of ray profession, ai
coll of a lady, that will make jou promise a dou llines or mor. 10
u...l,x,k. ,,. il.il will snort andlrembl with fear at th. a;
sterdoflhe prank-, that will snort and tremble with fear at th. aproach oftrnun within a Mont's throw. I
have studied their tabus and dieij..tus much lliat I has. long ago mad. up uiy mii.d that th. hoest lb.
moa Intelligent of all ttsw brute creation It llo-cr related to Ih. human family in S)nipatby and affection iun
Ihey lurilli ever get credit for, and also that Ihey appreciate kind liealmem In every way fully at much at wt
do. I have usanj liiaes taken colts that were so wild they would run over each other to get awty from Ih
approachof apcrvin.whcu after a very few days by gentle and careful treatment would become so lain, and sa
aHectionate and remind one so much of ill drar creatures of our own kind that on could not help loving then ;
arid 1 will her civ anyum a HP, that inlh management of cither wild or Ume horses, that lb nearer yosi
treat them like they were human Mings and could talk and think like yourself, the belter you will gel along,
and th more servK ou will gel out rf stuns.
In regard tolh.uv of th. whip, 1 regard Uasa very Important factor In the management ofhorses, but
UOt ON CollS, eaCept Very UtiuiV h ,iwu ,w
th. most useful ! try weU Wen nors. will
.ill he a snort
an Instrument always k -
Alt vicious and unruly habits like kicking, biting,
halter, running sway, rearing up aod falling Usctwarua,
cruel Ireavmeiit, are all quickly and thoroughly enred, and
Fslremely wild and tUlous horses aad lhos that have been given up by others sollvlled. Jf I th) net do alt
that I claim I w ill make no charge. .
All aclmals eutrusted 10 my charg wdl b well fed and carcJ for, and ai) tcrtut aseasooabl at any,
' "t Kespectfally,
Th Publict OUttm tttrant.
Southern Pacific R. R.. at miles ftam San Fianusco.
KF.V. Al.tKMJ 1.1. r. lIKbWl.K, 11. A.,
Nostrils is Terrible."
O ! ?
premises of Captain Cluitle, s!ttut4 at tbt corner of Queem
the general publiu thai he It prepared to lake colls and
t.hool that oretend La taV a wild lu.ru iul fav mm
and train inn wdd and vicious hvwt a aublcct thml has
actn.1 of ray profession, at handler nf all classes of horses, from the pet
a doen limes or mort to never show him whit, to lha wild untamed
m,, , cut iiwjr .w.tii ,s un iuh ,na m whs ,
prom(4 and cheeiful driver If h kisowt lliat tbert la such
striking, shying, balking, bucking, pulling
back at th
o4J,stinct auait In fceaa In usaungl
lit bora maj safe and gcntl.
the result of
O. M. MlaCKMe
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