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rtfr Imritffn rtre
great a career. Hit oruc alorioui sun
is ikkv etlinn Mm behind M.k nit I
lutui timid a gtootny ami awful co'c
, Irasi to (he "splendors of the new tlaf,"
the trn of whit h o fondly lwiiletl
he lVohiWtion party of Rhode In
land met in CotiTirniton lebenary if th
fur the purpose of nornitmtittjt. a State
In ket. 'ITwre win a gotx.1 attendance.
lhc foHowinn tKket w rlectel
(.ocmor, lid. II Stodcof 1'rovhlenre, the office of the Krcmh Consul (itinera.,
1 icntewint (iomnor, William II. Iran,, ratisctl considerable commotion, and
Im. of Newpott. AttorrteyCieneral, M I it was stated if the report is true a cable
win Mctcalf, rrovidence; Secretary of' tliiatch wwiM be sent ocr to London,
Stjte, 1'iedericV. A. Warren, of Ilrfetoi, , try and stou the arms and ammuni-
rneral 1 reawrer,
w, John ti 1 erry, ofitiotj from proceeding any further than
I h announcement made in the
Ilntish House of Commons, February
-;ih, by I-ord Mtimaunce, Under
S.-retaryof the I'orcifcn Department,
ti it France has been ikHified by Kng
Und that she could not assent to
I '.incc's declaring against rice as
contraband of war in (. hina, is proing
unnoymg to the 1 rench Ciovernmcnt.
It is believed that the attitude taken ly
the ltntish tinernment will proilucc a
U nsion in the present relations between
I ranee and I'ngland.
I he time honored Mardi Gras com
menced at NVw Orleans, February 17th.
the weather was partly cloudy and cool.
At the hour of 1:30 the streets were
filled with spectators, the gallanes and
windows beiiiR occupied all along the
route announced for the carnival xige
ncjnt. The leading feature of the dis
play will consist of twenty tableau, re
presenting beautiful scenes from Scott's
romance of " Ivanhoe." There were
only a few maskers on the street, )et
the number was increasing rapidly.
A colony of about one hundred
Japanese people of various trades hae
established a complete Japanese ul
lage in London. The object is to
famili.irire Kngluh people .with their
customs, arts and industries. Visitors
arc shown through the little' streets,
whose show are filled with workmen
engaged in embroidering, fan making,
china paiiiting, metal working, screen
amting, umbrella making, etc. The
Milage Hsscsses a theatre and a Hud
dhist temple, with its priests and idols.
I'he following awards have been
made in the Agricultural Department
of the World's Fair at New Orleans:
Fleeces Thomas Tajlor of Va)ncs
ille, III., took the first premiums for
best ewes, washed, best Southdown,
best merino and liest middle : C. I'.
Ilailcy of San Jove, Cal., took the first
and second premiums for Angoras.
Fruits W. S. I'lummer of Leaven
worth, Kan , took the first and second
awatds for the largest and best collec
tion of evaporated fruits by any process.
The Japanese Legation at Washing
ton, has reccicd a telegram from the
Japanese gocrnmcnt announcing the
apointmcnt of Count Ito, as embas
sador to China to negotiate and settle
the differences between the two gov
ernments with reference to the distur
bance in Corea early in Decemlicr last.
The telegram added that the mission
was to leave Tokio March isi tor Tien
tsin, ua Shanghai ; that it would be
pacific in its nature and the demands
of the Japanese go eminent would be
General Grant's throat trouble which
commenced last June, has become so
seriously alarming that his physicians
declare that his life will end inside sk
months. He has not left the house
since the 18th of February and his beard
is grey and his hands thinner than
when last seen on the street. The dis
ease has been pronounced by Dr. Dar
ker to be a cancerous growth in the
throat at the root of the tongue, which
is so located, however, that a surgical
operation is out of the uuestion. There
is little or no hope for his recovery.
Tnc World's sjccial from New
Orleans says : Official returns ol the
gate receipts at the Exposition during
the week have just been published and
arc causing considerable comment.
Some of the officers claim a mistake in
the returns, while others boldly assert
that there has been a clean steak Many
of the exhibitors and some of the State
Commissioners say they expect a final
crash to come in a few days. It is all
nonsense to t.ilk of holding the "exhi
bition over for another season, as not
one exhibitor will remain a day longer
than he is compelled to.
Secretary Frelinghujscn has written
another long letter to Senator Miller of
California, chairman or the Committee
on Foreign Relations. This letter is in
explanation and support ol the Nicar
guan treaty, and the secretary holds that
it does not conflict with the Cla)ton
Ilulwcr treaty. I Ic enters into n long ex
planation of the provisions of the latter
document and recites at length the ob
jects of the Nicarguan treaty, and makes
an extended argument to show the
necessity of the canal and the impor
tance of the American Government
keeping control of it if built
The Archbishop of Paris is about to
issue a pastoral against the excessive
use of morphine. The morbid fashion
has spread so widely tliat " small-anil-early"
morphine parties are now com
mon in the most aristocratic society
and the instrument of injection has
passed from the surgical instrument
maker to the jeweller and is made in
Paris in diily increasing beauty. 'I he
custom is for the hostess and guests to
sit in a circle and while listening to a
conceit in a distant room they apply
the drug to themschos and recount their
sensations to each other. Novices are
described as acquiring peculiar beauty
from the practice.
The Italian Alpine Club is laboring
to rc-afioicst the mountains of the pen
insular, and is having a measurable
degree of success. In 188. it had made
plantations of greater or less extent,
which are thriving, on the Piano del
Re, near the sources of the Po; on l-akc
Coma and I-igo Maggiore. Plantations
liad been made ln twenty eight com
munes by twentyone private persons,
one of whom alone had set out 15,000
trees. Large plantations were laid out
ncarSondrto to resist th ravages of
inc wim mountain tirooks. in tlic Ap
ennines, Professor Magni rector of the
Unim.ity at llologa, had planted out
50,000 fir trees near Scdaletio. These
are only beginningv The club fs sup
twrtcd ip its work by the jieoplc of the
north, but the jicople in the southern
lH ui in; ininsma oppose it.
Miw Wk di.it.h of IebruU)
.Hili, m)s t oiiiidcrablc mystci) and
mutKMHiiew liac been notucd at the
Mmmn'h line pier, in Jersey City, iltir
it(? the pan week, white their steamer
F.ftypii Monarch was licing loaded. A
few hour after the steatner rtill, e
terday, it was learned that she carried
.1 Inrjte mmilver of caw of arms and
ammunition, which, upon her nuivnl in
I otidon, were to lie mhippetl liy
another strainer, and taken to Shang
hai, China, for the Chinese army.
When the report of the farts reached
Gt,nc:a' Gordon's Inst defiance was
uttered when the Mahdi sent an auto
graph letter last October to General
Gordon exulting over the wreck of
Colonel Stewart s steamer and the mur
der of that officer and companions, and
in proof of the knowledge that disaster
hail oertaken Stewart, he endorsed
copies of documents found on the
steamer and an account showing the
state of the munitions and supplies at
Khartoum at the time of Stewart's de
partnre. Hy the messenger who brought
the letter, Gordon sent luck a defiant
reply to the Mahdi. Hcs-tld : " I do
not care how- many men you killed or
what successes you gained. It makes no
difference to me." After more in the
same ein, he concluded with : " I do
not care what forces ou hac, I am
made of iron and intend to hold on
A gooil loi i tiiKI, that fast jounc, Inly,
iletcrminwl to bcnoticeil by lticnniclcal lull,
appraichol him ami jikot Ifhe woulil fasten
her bracelet which she ha J purposely loot
cnrU. Hut the man of iron beckoned up a
joung .lideile-camp, ami saM: "My sight is
hardly good enough; but I can ce jou are nol
o handsome as )our mother."
While Cockhuin was at the bar he defended
a prisoner who, in spile of all his efforts, was
sentenced to le hanged on the Ijlhof next
month. .Trie com id, aflcr his condemnation,
reproached the counsel for having failed to get
justice done Mm. " Xeser mind that, " said
Cockburn, "hasca little patience and justice
will be done )ou on the 17th."
When Ralph Waldo Cmcrson, itisielated,
was recently reading his essay on the future of
America to a small audience, he happened to
saj "the" instead of "this" country. His
faithful daughter. Ellen, intcrrunled him.
" Kaiher," she said, " it is tkn country." A
smile crept over the face of the Concord philoso
pher as he replied, with a fine failh in the great
republic, " Well, Ikit country is tkt country."
"Ah! I have an impression!" exclaimed
Doctor McCosli, the 1'resident of I'rinceton
College, to the mental philosophy class.
"Now, )oung gentlemen," continued the doctor
as he touched hU head with his forefinger.
can ou tell me what an impression is ? " No
answer. " tut no one knows? No one
can tell mt what an impression is I "exclaimed
the doctor, looking up and down the class.
" I know," said Mr. Arthur. " Animprcssion
is a dent in a soft place." " Young gentle
men," said the doctor, remosing his hand from
his forehead and growing red in the face,
")ou are excused for the day."
Seseral different versions of an old Indian
jam are going the rounds of the English press,
started by Sir Charles Dilke, anyone of which
is good. One says lliat Ihc incident occurcd at
Sanganccr station, on the then Kajpulana State
railway, and was outlined by the telegram of
the native station-master to the traffic-super
intendent. " Two tigers fighting on the plat
form. 1'Iease arrange." The neatness of the
message will be appreciated most by those who
recall that, " please arrange " U an official for
mula in use among railway men. Either this
incident, or a arallet caw, is given in Prinscp's
Imperial India, " published half a doren
years ago. The station mentioned by I'rinsep
wasKundwa, am) the telegram, according to
him read, "Tiger dancing on platform.
Pointsman run away. Line not clear. What
to do? "
On one occasion, (vays a writer speaking of
I-ord Stratford de Kedcliffc) an attache had
made one or two mistakes in cop)ing a dis
patch which he took to the embissador for jig
mture. "Mistakes may be made, " said
Lord Stratford, after pointing ihero, out, " by
the most careful attache; how much more by
Ihc most careless! " The high spirited joung
diplomaiisi got ocecdiitgly incensed, and told
Lord Stratford that, although he was his am
bas&dor, he had no right to reprimand him
for what was untrue, at he was not hvbitually
carcleu. "You accuse me of untruthfulness!
D )our e)esl" exclaimed Lord Stratford.
"D jour Excellency'! eyes!" retorted the
south. The Etchi burst out laughing. Mold
ing out his hand to him he begged the attache
to excuse the infirmity of his temper, and they
shook hands most cordially.
Doni l'etlro when first sisiting Paris said to
M. Theophile Gautier fill. " 1 have now
seen ever) thing I want to see here except
Victor Hugo." "There is no reason, sire,
why )Ou should not also see him. He would
be greatly flattered to receive a isit from jour
.Maiesly." " 1 Uo not doubt that he would
treat me with courtesy. Hul I am afraid thai
he would not return my Mill. What do you
Ihink ?" The question was repealed by M.
Theophile Gautier to the poet in the presence
of a lady, the wife ol a struggling Journalist
whom Victor Hugo particularly cttecmed for
the consistent dignity of his life, which had
lieen an obstacle to the acquirement of wealth.
Tell the Emj-eror that I shall regard his call
a a high honor,naniwerol Victor Hugo, " but
thai it would be impossible for me to call on
him, for the simple reason lhat I has e never
yet found lime to call on Madame II. (the jour
nalist' wife) or on other ladies who often come
to see me, and who merit my respectful friend
Mark Twain tell thi story of Mr. Ilcrghs
A lady was talking with Mr. Kerch one day,
and chanced lo speak of a friend of hers who
had lately been Iratcling out West. In cross
ing the frontier it became nccccasary that the
lalhcr, moibci and three childrcit should cross
a somewhat swollen ford. Their only beast tf
Imiilcn was x mule. So the father placed two
of the children on Its back, then plunged In and
'cl the beau in with him. Its ant obediently
hchinj him, and all leached the other shore
in safety. At the man's bidding the intelligent
mule returned to where the mother and child
were waillng'm cross. The mother, tearing to
put soo heavy a burden on the already tired
animal, put only the child upon its luck', bade
him hold fast, ami, with a prayer, led (he ani
mal to the vim's edge. They plunged In,
twain bratcly for a time, then were tcco to
struggle and go down. " Oh, think, Mr,
llergh, " said the cicllol and pitying lady, "
just think what'tnutt have been ihc feelings of
Out mother, at she saw her darling child lost
In the depths of that daikwalerl" "Tiue,
oh, too Hue!" sighed Mr, llergh. " liutdid
jou ever think, my dear tidy, what must have
been the feelings of the mule?
OSTON BOARD OP UNDERWRITERS.
C JJtKlfAK - O.,
Arrntt for the Hawaiian Islands.
RITISII FOHRION MARINIt INSUR.
ante Company, (Limited)
TNMt II P4UFS, AGKXT.
tlitbe ra at Inwiram ttwtft llmNkfata ftm!
I'om In lh ParlSe, Jknri Is nw prtpamt ! ft psrtl
rlt Ito tmvf rl, with a fcil rttlwrttnn en
rVvigta prr MHSMtt u-6t
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r A ?rMAtVO Aftt
Ata ftfsHtn for lK
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Vienna Fioard of Underwriter.
Per the IUnt.(ti Ibfirf. nmli
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pany of Berlin.
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TIW al-m-e I murine (.Vmninv. h maWWwil a
(wherftl A tern y hit, and ihe umtctvitnrd, Gtmtal
AmM. mt ftutnonml to uV Hk again Im dt?f i
of h m at the mmt rtatonaWa mte and cm tht
mM ravorwhl term. i-6t
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company o Berlin
a scfAKfix: v r, Aaxxrs.
Tn ttlxiva IrMtimnce Camninir K eitjtistitiiml a Gen
rx .Vfency Kere, ml tKeaUttt kittnnl. (tMwrl Aaf
are ftnlntxtml to take KnVt afkint the djWiier of the
ut Mt lh mol rrAnutJ lales, and vn (be mo.t fa
vtjcahk lefmt, it-t
HAMDUHO.URHMIiN F1RU INSURANCE
F A SCIIARFRR A O , AGKbTS
rhs aburc firm ItAViflt? t-ft iDnnnteil aent of ttm
cvwtijany ire wrttared to Inure tiki againu fir on
Sinn ami IIikk PuddiHit! ami on Mmrundi Mured
lherin, on the nwM fvorbl term, (or particular
ply at thru ofle io-t6f
ORTM GERMAN PIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg,
ACA'FCIO V Ca, AGKXTS.
C pi tit and Itefterve ReicluntAik 8,8jn,m
their Ke ln&uranccl,amp.inie " 3S,ouo,t:j
The A ft nti of the. above Comtanv. for tie Hawaiian
KUnds are prepared to Injure lluilJinjS Furniture,
iMiiiihSiruise mint iiuuuii) tMitiiiiirei j civa miu ,ju(i
and Rice Mill, and vewli tn the harbor, int kn
or danuse by me. on the nxrtt farorabte term.
AMDURG-MAGOEDURG PIRE INSUR.
anc Company of Hamburg.
Huildin;, Mrchandie, Furniture and Machinery
Insured agatnu I ire on the mmt favorable term,
a to 76 1
NEW ENGLAND MUTUALLIFE INSUR
ance Company of Uolon.
CASTLE Ts. COOKE, AGEXTS
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
company m tnc united states.
Ifllctr jvfirrtf on the most f "itromMV 7rri
Loises paid through Honolulu Agency $40,000
llULADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. EKElt'EK & O .
Agenti for the Hawaiian Iilands.
RANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company ot Hamburg.
. ItACKFELD & C., Atntt.
Capital and Reserve . Reichinurk 6,olk,oxx
iiieir Keinsurance v,ompamc 101,050,000
The AfrtH of the abote Company, for the Hawalun
Iftlaml, are prepared to injure Huildtngs lurmture,
MrrchandiMtand lruduce. Machinen. etc also b u car
and Kice Mill, and wel in the harbor against Iom
or damage by (ire. on the most favorable tettn.
9 to-20 I
HE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance? Company,
BISHOPS Co., AGEXTS.
VnllmUnt Unbtttty to .Stoehhnhlrr.i.
Reserve ........ 0,750,090
1NCOMIC FOR 1879:
Premiums received after deduction of re-
Insurance . .$ 5,381,195
Iose promptly adjusted andpnid here.
UNION MARINEINSURANCE COMPANY
of San Francisco.
CASTLE A- COOKE, AGEXTS.
Incorporated 1875. 110-361
EW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
insurance Company of Boston, Mass.
tscoRrORATin 1815. " .
tirtM iTttHttfirif lt.t JSSSf tint 1 1 y St 7,
Polices Issued on the most favorable terms, and
absolutely Nonforfeitable after Two
LXAMfLE OF KOM-rOtfElTUKE FLAN :
Insured ae 3$ )ear 10 ears Endowment Plan for
.Imitm? 1'mnttitn jt'.'iV'.JO
Csh Surr. VTc. Pd-up Int.
At the end of the id Vear. $ 189.85 $ 54$
3d ' 46' 7 840
4th " 64315 1,130
5th "' 831 85 1,415
Din I.OM DO I.DQ5
th 1,135 15 I 070
th i.ao.Tti 1.111
oth I 6t6.cx a.cno
th ' 1,911 65 1,755
nth " . 57 9a 3.005
nth " a,4i5 45 3150
Jth 1,685.00 3481
Mth 1.96; 70 3,710
yh J63ft 3 94$
1 tt .! 375.3S 165
'Zh; 3 95 4,3o
18th ' 4.148 50 4 590
19th M 461370 4,oo
oth " 5 000.00 5ooo
I'he Second and ubeqeni premium are likely to
be reduced by i-crt? manual JtttnbMtwnt 9 iur
1ST Applications can be hadof; and full Information
ill be gtten by the A genu,
CASTLE V COOKE.
CHARLES BREWER & Lo.
7 Kaiy SritiKT, Doston,
AOF.XTS OF llAtf.tllAX VACKKTS,
iJrntrttt Commmion .l(eMf.
Special attentloa given lo the purchasing of coodi ft
the Hawaiian trade. trcUht at beu rate.
TJ W. SEVERANCE,
i6 CaurokMtASr ,Cau,(Koom No, 4)
f.IH'.llM.Y L'OXStTI J- Kt.UMJSSIOS
AVolls, Fargo & Co's
ILRCIIANDI!iE, I'ACKAOW, PARCELS,
GOM SILVKR. HANK Naija.
ctc, era, eiu
FAVORABLE RATES ON FREIGHT
IT TrwiMf hiuiukM Us I. CofJcctluM .ml
G. W. UACFARLANB ft CO.,
Ji-MJ (U4t(4r lU.UIu ltblk
T I OLLISTER & CO.,
i.rin: ntr .1 rn: ro.v rm:
vvni.m .i vovsritr .:.,. t.vr
In prlkiiUrt tn ihetr Ur( an.1
vnrlrtt Atutotmtnt of
just I ft tired. Hits U acinewleded
to be tht finest perfume In the
tt-vxIX All l one quality,
Ore-at variety of ndor style
atnl price 1, alto
(all shapes ami style)
and the hrje'i and most complete stock tf
ever kept In this Kingdom, a
larc;e invoice of
ir.i.si:) jiKDiTt:iut.txi:.tx xrosa:
direct from Furope, free from -
sand or dirt. Agents for
. PARKE DAVIS &. CO'S
J. O. AYER & COS
Horseford's Acid Phosphates,
Greenes August Flower & German Syrup,
Allcock Porous Plaster Co ,
Murray & Lanman'a Florida Water
Yerba Buena Bitters.
OLLISTER & CO.,
are also Proprietors and Manufao
facturers of "the celebrated 1
Kheunutic liniment y
Agents for Wm, S. Kimball &. Co'
J'ratrant Vanity Vair,
Xotxtcca nmt C'frrtrrJfr
which have no rivals. I'he
largest assortment of
PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN
OUR GiXGEK ALE & SODAU'ATEK
ha always been recoRnlied a the
be)t tn the market.
OUE aXGEE ALE EXTEACT
being manufactured from our own
private formula In
AERATED WATERS tn Patent or Cork
Stoppered bottles as desired.
WHOLESALE A RETAIL, 59 NUUANU ST,
RETAIL, Cot. KORT& MERCHANT SrS
Crystal Soda Works!
Our Goods art acknowledged the Butt
WE USE PATENT STOPPERS!
In all our Uuttlti. FatnilU u no oiltcr .
GINGER ALE'BUT OURS.
CHILDREN CRV KOR OUR
Y lnitt parttcular attention to our Patent Filter,
recently Introduced, by which aU water used In our
manufacture (s bulutcly freed from all Impurities.
jfT ' dclitcr our ttuwl JVeeU Lhvg to all
pans of the city.
Cartful attention paid to I tJand Orders! Address
"THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS,"
P. O.JiOX mj - HONOLULU, II I.
ur OUR TELEPHONE IS NO. 398 T
tlT OrJrt Mi .!lk lUnua, Smiih Co, No. n,
li.1 !Kfft, .111 rclvt ioin(4 allcMluk t-SS
.Vu. 1V unJ ISO fori ilrrrl.
(orrotira bubu's stasuu.)
W. K. PAQC
tW CanUfit U U doikns id a orjeroa
m-M favocU terns. '
Th cloaca attest too gh n to repairs of til klada.
All wwk ruaJtiaiad to i saiufaaloa.
ASTLE A COOKE,
HftffMUtt, H I
Would rail attention to their Largf and
tarird Stock of
Omitting of the unrivallej Pari Sleet
Ihe MtMine Steel HieaVers, dr-l Hit rowing Dow, Mo
hn Steel I'lo! all sues Planet, Jr., Cutti
vators, Ditt Scrapers
folin Doetro'is Qntiu Plow,
I UnterV I toes of the bett males
titSSlONS CrLFHflATr.lY CANE KNIVPS
mada to order. Ame ShoveU and Siajet,
Garden line. Canal Harrow. tJ
lto, Yokes, LhAlnt, Fente
Sugar Milt Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS.
Sperm Oil, Cylinder. I.aru
and Kerosene Oil, Perfect
Lubricators Plumbago, A1
lianj (!reae. Dmton 'i and
b. and J. riles all siies and
kinds, team Packing, Flit
and Round India Kubltcr,
Asltestos and Soap Stone,
Max Packinft, India Rub
ber Hose, i toalnch. Pipe
and Cou lings Nutt and
Washers fnihed, Machine
Holts all sues. Cold prevd
iiAiktmith's Engineer ' and
Carpenter' Hammers, Pipe
Cutlers Winche, 8 inch to
94 Inch, A nvil, Vices, lube
Scripcrs OrimUtones, llet
American lUr I roil and Tool
Steel, Itudder' Hardwire,
all kind Snd tjtes Hub
buck'a Paints and Otis raw
and boiled. Small Paints In
Oil, In large variety, Dry
Paints UmWr, enetian,
Ked, Ochre. Metallic. &,
Wnitlnj, (lerman Window
ast'td sire. .Mamb Rope
No. and a Flour, No. s and a Rice,
Crushed Suear. China and Japan Teas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon. Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory
Pure English Spices, Condensed Milk
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES t-The IVif
tttr KrroMruf OUr llraimi
trlfuffttl lAnintm M Inch, Jluhhrr
Hprtutf it tut Van ran J t rater just at
hand. Blake Steam Pump Valves.Pack
inp. &c, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrlg:attnjr& Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
A LAO ON CONSIGNMENT
California Hay, Barley, Potatoes Barrels
Salmon, Hams Asbeto Mixture for Boiler a
and Steam Pipes, try cheap, Fence Wire
and Staples, Oal vanned Roofing
Wilcox and (jibb' Automatic; S!ngf r Manufacturing
(2ompau A&rled: KcininEton Lompan), Kamil);
Wilson Machine the best assoitment lo be found,
and at llollon) Prices.
New Goo by every arrival from England, New
' ork and San Francisco.
I New Traction Engine, 8-horse power.
Orders from the GthcrJtUnds filled at Desl IAles and
CONTRACTOR and 1IU1LDER,
STEAM PIjANI2fO MITjTjS
Manufacture all kinds of ,.
Blinds, , sashes
and all kinds of wood-work finish.
Tsuvissgi seroU, and lsssasd HswlaLaj.
AU kiudiof rUnmeand Sawiu;, Monisinf, and Ten
ORDERS I'KOMITLV ATlENDMl TO NU
Orders from th. other Islands solicited. fo&qi
II, . NOI.TE. PROlRIE10U.
DegS to announce to his friends and the pubCc Im gen
are! that the above baluorr rovU
I'rom J A. St., nil g i, si.
CONIfAKUV um HkMU.
One of Pnins.kt) & lUlke's celeUateJ
llcuDnected with U esUblutiiisent, abet. Iveert of
in. cue can artKitMie
' at Kariuca.i Pask,
Is now oven daily, .her, sUfiesbmeus may U had
sol tlaae. m short svotlce.
II. ;. NOLTE, rioufiwoc.
The Great California
rosrn vj: i ea th
Plies, Fleas, Cockroaches
Chicken Lice, Etc.
To Human Ccinps and Anlninls.
AN AHSOIaUTI! NECESSITY
III tlie Iloute, Garden, Cortiervatory, or Wre
The Buhach Insufflator,
For Dlslrlbullng the Ducliach.
BENSON, SMITH & Co.,
113 and us FORI' STREET, Honolulu, II. I
IMIORTEK AND DEALER IN
BOOTS &c SHOES,
AND y ff
No 80 Fort Stroet. Honolulu. H. I.
A3 The large.! and lxt aortmcnt of
La die i', Gentlemen's and Children's
Boots, Shoes, Slippers! Dancing Pumps, etc.
'lobe found on the Itlinds.
I 'not as low a elsewhere for similar quality of
goods. Island orders oticiied and promptly executed
ENNER & Co.,
Hate re-opened .it the old stand No. 97 Fort street,
with a new and carefully selected stock of
Gold Chains and Guards.
Sleeve Buttons. Studs, &c,
Ladies would do well to call and examine our stock of
UiaceMs, Urooches, l,ocket. Earrings, etc,
which were especially selected to suit the
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made to order.
The repairing- branch of our business we rtga'rd as an
important one, and all jobs tutrusted to us ft ill
be eiecuted in a manner second to none.
Of every description done to order. Particular atten
lion is paid to or !era and job work from the
has removed his stock to
No. 70 HOTEL STREET,
(adjoining Mr. II. S. Tregloan's
Where can bcfnind large and varied assortment of
Ladies! Gentlemen's anj Children
BOOTS Sc SHOES,
Also, all iis and styles of
Ladies Fine French Kid Button Bouts,
Lad.es Common Sense &Iipirs,
Gentlemen's F.mlroLicrcd Velvet Slippers.
Gentlemen's Dancing Pumps,
Lawn 1 cnnls Shoes, tic,
At prices which defy competition.
.tiT Ntw Importation jutt received per AUmeda.
HAY, GRAIN and FEED.
llunry P. Hebbard has
opened a depot at No, yj King
street, telephone 258, for the
sale and delivery of hay, grain
and feed, in quantities to suit.
He is also ready to supply
COAL. CHARCOAL Ml WOOD.
"Excelsior" Ico Cream
Can now be oUalneU at the
Astir Hmsi .mrc Hums.
tr 0sm aastt s. .'clock H7 Nlfit "M
(General rJUHicrliocincnto. 6citcr.tl bbcrtwcmcnlo.
PRESS PUBLISHING COMPANY,
NEWS, BOOK and JOB PRINTING OFFICE
Cinnil,rll'i Sew lliillilliifl, Mrrrtiiiul Stirrl.
Wetldinc, Visiting nr Business Cards,
Invitations, Menu CauIi,
Dull Prop;rnmmcs, Letter,
,,,,,, .. , Note, Statement or HIM Heads,
Sliipplnp Receipts, Money Receipts,
Certificates of Stock, Contracts,
mils of Lading, Checks,
, , . . Drafts, Orders', Notes,
Tickets, Legal and Mercantile Blanks,
Labels, Hooks, Pamphlets, ctc,
NEATLY, ELEGANTLY, PROMPTLY..SURELY and REASONABLY DONE.
TUOS. a. Til HUM, Mnnaucr.
Pacific Hardware Company
Successors to Dillingham & Co., and Samuel Nott.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
llai'iluiavc, AffrlviiUurnl Implements,
jrouse F 11 ni I Hhl mi G dixI s ,t General Mevvhnni1ine.
The combined stock of the two firms gltc us a Very full rind complete line of goods, at
lowest market rales. All orders sent to the undersigned, or to Mr. .S.imucl Notl fur specialties
In Ihc class.of goods formerly sold by him, will nt present receive his personal attention and
Tho Corner Harness Storo Still to the Front I
Large Invoicei of Good (of all description) having
len received by me they
WILL DE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than the name quality of Goods can he nirchaied ehe
where In Honolulu and natUfaetfon guaranteed. MvMw.lt
ccmUt of all kinds of American, tnglili and .Sydney
Saddles. Delta, Ponchei, Lepglngi,
Saddle Clothi, School Bags, Etc.,
Bits, Spun and Stirrups. Etc.,
In Nickel and Sliver Plate,
The Reputation of my HOME MADE HARNESS
For superiority of workmanship and materinl remains unchallenged during my ! jcars residence here,
'lhanlvful for the generou patronage or the (last, Its continuance and Increase In the future 1 rcipeclfully
solicited at the old stand.
')-33 Corner of Fort and Kins Streets, Honolaln, H. I.
A. S. CLEGHORN & CO.,
Importers, Commission Mftrolitsnt. and Dealer, in
Anr.Nrs for Tin; ih:st kona coffi:ix
We are In receipt of Fresh Kona CofTei direct from Ptantatloni hy every arrival. '
J'arttrular AttenHvn (llren to Inland Onlrrm
Of every description and Goods no in stock purchased or ordered from abroad to suit buyers.
FIRE-PROOF STORES, Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu, H, I.
Auotionersi, Importer and Dernier la General Merchandise),
At (he Old Corner, Front and Waianucnue Streets, J. II. Majby, Manager.
KookENA, Hawaii William Maxwell, Manager
HoNOKAA, Hawaii , , J, K. Mills
PaaVILO, JlaHad... J R. MttU, Manager, Tho. M. Hart, Deputy
At all our Branch Stores will he found a full line of
Clothing, Fancy Goods, Notions, Hoots and Shoes, Hardware, Crockery and Glassware, and all Goods 1
kept In well found country stores. iy3
QT. MATTHEWS HALL, SAN
A SCJrOOZ. FOH BOYS.
Under Military Discipline.
Located In the beautiful village of San Matro, on i'he Soulliem I'acihc R. R., .1 mile, from San 'Francisco.
Established in 166s. Fourteen instructors of reputation and ability. 'Ihe buildinz. are extensive, an
heated by atearo and are in eveis way arranged for the health and comfort of the cadet.. Trinity Session
begins Jul) 24. "
ror further information and catalogue, lust out, address
Kv. ALFRED I EE IIREWF.R, M. A.,
" The Glory of His Nostrils is Terriblli."
M HORSE-BREAKING. fi
Bv C. U.
The undersigned, having leased the commodious premise, of Caca!n Cluni., ailuated at the comer of Queen
and I'unchbo.l Stiecls, take, this inethud of Informing the general public lhat he Is prepared to lake colls and
matured horse. 10 Ueak, in the most scientific manner, shortest ossibl. time, and at the lowest rates. Having
practiced th. profession of hcese-breakinc for five years In this Kingdom, and many year, before coming here,
under such great light. In the rofession at Profs. Tapp (lamer of Ihe man-eallng stallion Cognac), Flynn, Mar.
sluli, 1'ratt, Rockwell, and others, I oflcr my services to the public, in Ihe above-mentioned capacity, with per.
feet confidence lhat 1 can give cntlrl satisfaction hi every Instance.
I am not a Ivors, tamer , at least not of the so-called school lhat pretend lo take a wild hoeeei and by sons,
in stetioui influence render tbein in a few lioui. so as to be handled lti any manner with safrly. for pwpUi do not
take much stock in such nonsense nosv.a-days. '1 ney know more now than they used to, ana ar. not so easily
deceived. Chose who have iuveslsd inoocy with this class se individuals, find out sooner or later that they and
the vile methods lhat they practice ate humbugs, and worthless. While till, sort of Ihlng ha. sometimes, appar
enlly, been done, it was only for the lime being, and Just at soon aa the horse 1. out ol the so-caUs.1 tamer s
hands he becomes a. wild and unmanageable a. ever.
The real, true and semi an of breaking, laming and training wild and vicious horses I. a subject that ha.
received a great deal of discussion, most people bvlievtn.1 1 to be something shrouded bl mystery, and entirely
beyond the comprehension of ordinary mortals, if not even bordering upon the sujttrnalurel. Now, svhil Iher.
are a great many appliances to be used in the practice that are indiensible, a pcifcct knoe ledge of the use of
which can only be gained by experience. I will siv. three of th. nsust lmrunt sestet, conncrted with the
business, in the possession of which anyone can, with experience, become a successful handler csf colts and horses,
I care not how wild or vicious.
Ihe first 1. common sense, which w. all know cannot be learned, but which on. must be gifted with by
nelurt. The second It perseverance t and Ihe third, th. most Important of all, Is patience. Th. mure of the lau
named material the better, and I think that about ten lima. a. much of It is fcuuved in thi. profeeairet theo any
oilier thai 1 know of, unless it U the management of childrsnlhe different type and dispositions of both requir.
log to my notions exactly ihe same methods ol lieatiacnt. kindness and gentleness bring the bee and only
course In the majority of cases t hiU nrmues. must be practised with an occasional one, and someliBxes srep th.
same kind of correcllnri resoited lo that any good housewife would administer lo a Ktuallln. yjungslsr, when
fott-earaie luvs ceased to become a virtue.
While our Creator ha. endowed every living and creeping thing:, from I lie ant to the elephant, wild th.
means or weapon, of defending themselves, It Is the right instead of the wrong use of these weapons lhat .4 ha.
Ihe power of educating them id, 'I ale ihe elephant la a wild stale, and enraji. him, sad he can tear down
massiv, trees, or evenbouset with hie tundcrau. trunk, but msn with hit tutrir intellect can tarn. Ibis lease
elephant, and make him as gieat s benefit at a beast of burden aa he ... en object of terror In a wild state.
Ksactly In Ihe same manner the horse, in a wild stale, use. his lege, or hit heels rather, upon the near approach
of man, a. a meant of defend t but a. soon a. he Is rightly educaled In Ihe oper use lof hi. legs, and becomes
coanncesl lhat man is his friend, Instead of hit fe. he wdl aulTer himself to be handled m any manner, and why t
tlecause his fear ia all gone and he will even suffer pain ralher than di what he thinks or what ha has been learned
would not be right. ISO we i4 ae. horset working in our streele nearly erery day that are lame, or bate ka.
backs, sore shoulder., or similar aUmcniet Vol he has been educated lo know that he mus submit to any lee.
lhat hit cruel inaslef ace. At lo Impose uwm hml i when, if Ihey had reason like ourtelree, Inalnsd of lutiad,
llf would be prmy sure lo lererte Ihe nglu and wrong use of Ihetr legs by kicking out a few dashboard
Iuru.ji my long experience In the practice of my profession, as handler of all t lasses of horses, fr.wlhe pet
coll of a lady, that will male sou promise a doaen tiroes or Wore Id never show bins a whip, 10 I be wild tuuemed
steedof Ihe prsliie, lliat will Msvet ai J ireietee with fear at Ihe approach of apian wiihin euone'e throv. I
have studied Iheir haUl. ami disposusons so snucli that I have long ago made up my miud'lhal th. Iiorse la.
mud Intelligent of all the Uuie srealUm-l. tloser releaed p the human family in sympathy and asTecllo laaa,
Ih.y liardly ever get credtt for, aiji al.i thai they apptesUe kbsd iieaimeni bl every way fully es much at
do. I have many lime, taken cull, that .ere so wild they would run over each other lo gel away from tha
spieoach of a person, whan after a very few daft by gentle and careful lmlm.nl would become en laavs and en
affectionate, and remind one ea much 1 of the dear creatures of our own kind lhat one could not help loving leases) J
and I will here give anyone s lip. thai in Ihe managepMnl of either wild or lam. horses, leal th. newer yae)
Heal Ihera hie ihey wer. human beings, and could talk and think lik. yourself. In. bailer you wM get aketfc
ami lis. snoie . i" w". .-. "- ". ..---.
Is regard 10 the sua
1 of the whip, 1 regard It at a very Important factor la th. Management of hoeeea, teal
r hctulr la kurnlng them lo stall j bat after they are broken U I he tsus. that a whin U
reli Uuften kors. wdl be a asor. proM4 and cheer ful diirer If a. kaows saal tesst, la eucji
sol on coils, esirpt very I
ik nisi sinful 1 every well
aa iftstrusneiet always Ukiad bias.
All vlcluui and unruly kaUlt like kicking, biting, strlkbig. shying, balking, lascklag, pultusg last) at lis.
halier. runtdng seay, 'rearing up and falling backwaisls, paatf.hrses. eboul ill. beasl in LHVtrg laVs reaedl sxf
cruet treatment, ar. all quickly and thoroughly cared, and la hoes, made safe and feaeU. g,
Katremely wild aaj vkluus aorses, and those that have Uea giveet .p by sehers soikstei. U sVt aot sks tvH
that 1 tlawa I will make sw charge.
All ardovsU t ami sled In my (barge wilj be well fed and tared fir, and toy latins aa itasocssU. as any.
The fault's Obedient hervaul,
ON HAWAII i - ,
Groceries, received fresh hy ecry steamer Dry Goods,