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HONOLULU, .HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MARCH 28, .885.
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"Honor to whom honor" ami it is
right and becoming that even the most
uUra-proicstnrt should rccognuc any
sicns of imnroNcmcnt in the attitude
'anil utterances of the Roman Church
A brilliant writer has lately called at
tcntion to the influence of the refor
mation on the papacy showing that
while it antagonized Catholicism, it also
softened and tempered it It is evident
cnoueh that the papacy has modified at
its extremities though it has not less
certainly intensified at its roots. At its
centre it is in the crio of the ultra
mnnhnie nnt hv tt lntrsl decree it
has done its Iwst to verify the maxim of ,ct him "' "
Vinct that "Komanism is but Jesuitism
expanded, as Jesuitism is but Roman
ism concentrated.'' Hut in Knglish
speaVing countries c sec here and
there remarkable illustrations of its
sympathy with modern progress and
social reform. Would that by heeding
the radical utterances of some of its
leaders it might compel public senti
ment to chance the alliteration which
recently gave such offence, making it
read "Komanism and Kelorm. "Kaai
cal utterances," 1 said. 1 repeat some
of these in the cars of the Protestant
readers of The Watchman "if by any
means 1 might provoke to emulation
them which are my tlesn.
In England the situation on the tern
ncrance Question presents a striking par
allcl to that which appeared in this
country in the late election. The
party at present in power is supposed
to be the most favorable of the two to
stringent tcmjierance legislation. Hut it
has been so negligent of its professions,
and so subservient to the liquor oligar
chy, that of late, notice has been sened
on the Gladstone ministry that unless it
shall take up the matter with more vigor,
it cannot hae the support of the tem
perance people. Great meetings have
recently been held, and strange to say,
the most conspicuous agitators are
clerevmcn of the two most conscrvath e
communions, the catholic and the
anglican. "Alas I the minister in
politics again l" it will be exclaimed
imoatientlv. B-Jt we say, "The minis
ter in applied Christianity and practical
morals I" and if ierchance "righteous
ness, temperance and judgment to
come" should emerge in jolitics, let
the preacher le on hand to reason
about them, as Paul did before Felix.
Well I Cardinal Manning, the emi
nent roman catholic prelate, and
Canon Wilberforce, of the Church of
England, whom some regard as the
first popular orator in that body, have
been among the most prominent and
pronounced speakers in these meetings.
Listen now to Cardinal Manning. He
has advocated moral suasion for a long
time, but he no longer keeps company
with those belated reformers who inter-
jiose the cry of moral suasion to those
who, after mine this method for cars,
have found out that something more is
needed now; that moral suasion is
of as little avail apamst the licensed
dram-shop as it would be against a
whirlwind or an cardiquake. Moral
suasion by all means I Hut that U only
a part of the true temperance creed,
which is :
" Moral kuuioa fui the nun who thinki,
Moral (uauon for the man who ilrinli,
Lral tuauon for the diunliid uuLcr,
I'nxui mavion for ihe vlatue-hteaker."
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yntlmotuUqn, nil woiiui thank net ifltiirr
0 Cptiivr-fvMtf New otk, v)"S tlitl in
ihnf illy thtfrv ntc 10,000 liquor shops,
j.oocL.ofvwrarh imv a lirense for rarylng
on'ihfff nefarious Iralhr. and that of
that 7,000 hicnsctl wloon-kccpers,
6,500 arc Itish nml Gcminii catholics,
Would that a vigorous mimI hull wctc
let loose iih)ii these heretics to human
virtue nnd domestic peace ' Rv.cn pio
tcstnnts would lend a hand at
eufoiiing a vatir.in dctrce that
would shut the doors of these
convi'ntliles of domestic schism and
And now rend the following, from
a toman catholic paper. Its perusal
may pcuhance clear some protcstant
brains of the bewilderment which lends
to oft repeated cautions against "svmp
ttiary Inws" ami "violations of personal
liberty " -as though the ruinseller must
be protected in his liberty to tvrannic
over peaceable and law-abiding citirens,
and be secured in his freedom to hind
intolerable burdens of novelty nnd
crime on society, llete, then, is the
editorial opinion of the Catholic Tem
perance Advocate. Permit us to say
in obituaiy phraseology, "Protestant
papers please copy " 'I his paper says :
There ie Mime petinlc who ihlnk lhal mi.
MMllonUls should walk vti) cllngctl lcl they
tread on some poor rmmelltr s toes. 'Arc jini
lute,' they w, 'thai jou hue n tlRlit to Inter
fere with the liquor Itaflic ? We nrter t 1 he
right of a man to drink hqnot under his own
roof ma) he undlUcd j at any rale, luohlbl
tlnn does not touch lhal right. I'rnnililtinn
only ay, when sou throw open that door nnd
invite the juei by (h drink, and when two
hundred vesrs of experience prove that liy so
uoing sou nouiiie in) tascsanu make 11 n.incr.
dim lor my child to Head on ihme ittectt, 1
have a tifiht tovav whether jtoi shall open the
door or not. 1 don't care whether you sell
poison or food, I don't care whether )ou sell
alcohol or rout beefit docs not matter : all I
know- is that If )ou uuderlake to sell some
thing thst doubles my taxes and that makes
my paisage through the streets more dancer
ous, sou at once invest me with the richt to
interfere, and if any croc-scllcr can Hand here,
and show, in the face of an Intell cent people,
lhal he is richl. under an idea of a democratic
government, to filch from my pocket and make
my passage mroucn tne street unviie, in orucr
that he may coin other men's sins inlo his gold,
could have cut the ('ionium knot, It It
Inil been a twisted shert mount! a
slertnng child's curled up form
No diamond ever dug from the deep
est mliip can show the luster in a child's
eye, that round, wondering opvl of
hnghlnrss Perhaps children's eves are
.perplng through the rnuks of the
How lovingly the little nrtns of child
hood twine niioiit your neck nnd leave
a nko bit of bread and butter on your
How tenderly chihlien nestle into
jour lap, swing their feel anil rap jour
shins with their little boot heels
How pleasant children nre at the
table, how- deliriously wrong side up
do they go through the Dill 01 hire.
Pudding first, with the grand finale of
bread and butter with sugar 011 it.
How- remarkable quick children learn
what you don't want them to. The
inmost sccicts of the household they
retail from the woodshed roof. Then
you feel around for the sensitive part of
their system nnd blister the Hat ol )our
The man or woman who has never
loved, hucged, kissed, pla)cd with,
listened to, told stories to or thoroughly
sMtikcd a child has missed the cardinal
jti)soflifc. iVcia IliWtu A'fisttr.
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tfitiilnt Ittinma ontfnrf Mlrrrl,
" The Vallty of Achot for a door of
hope " we are ready to exclaim. We
have had reason enough to be alarmed
for the future of our republic when we
have contemplated the thousands of
Irishmen pouring into this country,
and erecting their gin forts and their
beer citidels from which to bombard
the purity and sobriety of the people,
Hut there is a ray ol hope, at least m
such utterances as these from Roman
Catholic sources. So also is there more
than a ray of hope in the fact that such
an influential romanist as Ilishop Ire
land with his immense congregation,
should have taken a firm stand in re
fusing communion with liquor sellers.
This indicates a strong uprising of
righteous anti-saloon sentiment ; sp also
docs the fact which just appears in our
city journals, that catholic priests in
the diocese of Uoston are about to peti
tion our legislature for a law preventing
the sale of liquor within 400 yards ol a
church We have one now prohibiting
its sale within 40 yardsof a school-house;
let the catholics get this one putting
iniquity 400 yards from the churches ;
then let romanists and protestants un
ite for a statute prohibiting the sale
within 400 miles of a dwelling-house,
and we would be satisfied. "You
could not enforce it," growls a chorus
of obstructionists. " What is the use
of a law without public sentiment to
back it " That is to say, O wise objec
tors, you 'will do )our best by your ut
terances to prevent the growth of pub
lic sentiment, and then discourage ac
tion on the ground of its non-existence,
like the lad who killed his parents, and
then asked the forbearance of the court
on the plea that he was a poor orphan.
I impeach the liquor-lrafiic of high crime
and mistemcanon against Ihe Cominop-a tilth,"
iays CarJiral Manning, Vnd I ask )ou in the
name of cumroon-tcnx and common justice,
canrou withhold fiom thote entrusted with
Ihe high tetponaitiihly of the ballot and power
bfapl)ing tbtir roles m the form of a veto
when, it Is proposed, without consulting Ihetn,
so pt In the midst of them theie places for
sale of Intoaicaliag drinks 1
And thin the eminent prelate
reaches the conclusion by which he
marches furi fitsu with most radical
prohibitionists of this country. He
Jl is roocWir to ask us to put down diunk
ennest by moral and religious means when the
legislature facilitates (he multiplication of in
temperance on esery side. You might as wtll
call upon tut at the captain of a sinking ship
and say, 'Why don'l you pump the water out r
when vutl aie tcutlAng the ship in every direc
tion.' If such words cem surprising from
a dignitary in that conservative medi
nival cbutch which is charged with
never having caught up with modern
civilization, and least of all with
modern reform, the following deliver
ance from the Catholic plenary council
recently item in iiaiiuuvic win suuuu
not less so. In its pstoral letter sent
out t o the clergy, It says :
And wc not only direct the stlcntlou of all
pastor 1 to the repreuloa of this ibuwe( but we
also oil upon Ihetn to Induce alt their ducks
(hat may be engaged In the sale of liquors to
Hless their hearts, how dirty they get
their faces I
A child with a clean face hasn't been
absent from his mother's washrag five
How pretty the hair of a child looks
just after it has been pasted down
where it belongs by a couple of quarts
The little aprons of childhood ain't
they sweet, with their checks of blue
and big spots of gawm ?
I he children s shoes how cunning ;
with holes in the toes, run over at the
heel, and every button gone off on a fly.
Hut their stockings, wudected in a
little wrinkled bunch between plump
ankles and grimy knees, with "this
little pig went to market" wiggling
through the raveled tip am t they
Their little pudgy fists, half the time
grinding grief out from their eyes, and
the rest well, who doesn't like to be
pounded by a child's weak fist ?
What royal little cooks children are.
Mud pies take on more flavor from the
loving pats of childhood that any vet
eran can produce with the spices of
What questions a child can hurl at
the head of wisdom. It can upset the
tncoiogy 01 tne worm with one ellort
How sweet the lips of children; gill
children sometimes retain this sweet
ness. What an indescriablc conglomeration
of sounds a child's voice can produce,
plaving the most heartrending havoc
v7tth the nerve-cords of grown-up hu
manity. The ulories of Uiildien's laughter.
It is infectious as the mcasels, breaking
in spots all through the neighborhood,
The wonderland children all dwell
in; wouldn't you like to live it over
again, and have perennial freshness
constantly with you ? Perhaps it is.
1 hose childhood tlrcains, rooted in
overplaying and overeating, but blossom
under the guardianship of angels.
These celestial beings must have curious
fun crowding comical fincies into little
How wonsical a child can get the
bed-clothes. Alexander himself never
The latest mint statistics show that
the deposits of domestic bullion at the
various mints and assay offices for the
year ending June jolh, 1884, were in
Kold, $20,070,506, and in silver, $.ti,-
46,1,1 13, or a total of $60,543,709. The
$17,700,818 in gold deposited at the
San l'nincisco Mint came chiefly from
California, Dakota, Colorado, Nevada
and Montana; named in order of im
portance. .The total goltl bullion pro
duct ol California for the fiscal year
1S83-84 is thought to be .1 trifle over
fifteen million dollars. The yield of
this great gold state of the country is
gradually lessening, partly owing to the
cessation of hydraulic mining, but
much more to the fact that the mines
are being exhausted. Of the silver bul
lion dcpositctl at the mints in 1883-84,
$11,931,281 was at the Philadelphia
Mint, and from Utah, Colorado and
Montana, while $8,061,625 was placed
at the New Orleans Mint, and from
Arizona and New Mexico.
One of the hardest things to find out
in the gold and silver discussion, is the
amount used up in the arts antl manu
factures. During this year the direc-
tors of the mints have sent thousands of
circular letters to persons known to be
engaged in such work. Over 5,000 re
plies show that 2,734 firms had used
during the fiscal year that closed in
June, the total of $14,500,000 in gold
and $5,500,000 in siher. An annual
consumption of over twenty million
dollars' worth of the precious metals is
thus indicated. One of the interesting
features of the mint reports is that re
lating to the profits of silver coinage,
which during the last fiscal year
amounted to a trifle over 126 cts. upon
each standard dollar coined, or to
$1,066,673 in all, besides a profit of
$102,6? 1 on subsidiary coins. This, be
it remembered, is the difference bc-
the commercial value of silver bullion
and the stamped value ot the coins
made from them, and it is one of the
anomalies of our legislation upon the
subject that such a thing could occur.
Our silver dollars are not honest dol
lars, as all the world knows, and will
not be until they contain more metal.
The bill which provides for their coin
age is class-legislation of an aggravated
type. The cost of running the various
mints for the last fiscal year was
$1,290,715. One item of expense was
$1,262, for cablegrams from the Lon
don silver markets. The total earnings
of all the mints on all coinage done
As for the gold needs of other coun
tries just at present, England and
France are suffering from a drain, as
Australia, Egypt, and Greece are bid
ding high for the commodity. Greece
is retiring a part of her paper currency,
and has also resolved to retire from the
Latin Monetary Union. A large part
of the $35,000,000 in gold that went to
hurope last spring from the United
States has been finding its way back to
this country this autumn.
In regard to silver, there is no doubt
that we arc getting too much of it in
this country, and if affairs do not
change we shall presently regret that it
is one of the precious metals The
government every month manufactures
several millions of supeifluous silver
dollars. They will not circulate, Out
are piled up in the treasury vaults,
where they remain a constant menace
to the commercial prosperity of the
nation. Unless the coinage is stopped
it is inevitable that gold will be driven
out, and then we shall be left with a de
based coinage. Fortunately, even the
silver men themselves are now aroused,
They have at least some sense and
judgment left, and as the dollars go
niling up in the vaults they have to
admit that it is not political influence
that keeps them there. Judge lluckner
at one tunc suggested that the silver
should be placed in vaults at St. Louis,
so as to be more easily accessible to the
west, but now even he is convinced
that this iv not a severe enough remedy.
M K our.
MnNOU'lu , II, I.
Oflict In llrrwir'i Work, cornet lloltl ao,l Fort
Slrrfli. eniranca on lloul Surd llo-iot
.tttnriirt unit Cmtllttllnr ill 1 qir
.liiif Attrtil In Ink .lr7riMrrViffrmi,Hr,
14 Kaaiiuuanu SmsKT
TNO. A. IIASBINOBK,
.lliMtt In tttK Arknatrltttytntnta to Con
trticti for iAihor
IrrTBRKiK Orrica Honolulu
-ASTLIt A COOKIt,
.lili'i'titt ttml t'ommhtloti Jfrrrlttintf
Nn.ru KlNASraisr .ll'imiiULt
IMMarMI AND DIAIVM IN
'Jin IllliliCiirV ft Comrufiir'A I'lanlAllim,
Irto Alnltr A IUI,Ain riatlAtlort.
It, llAUl'ifl, or VV'nUIiia l'liotallrin,
A, II hmflli A Cotniiny, KoIm. Kauai
J, M Alrtamlrr, llaltu, Maul.
Ill lUlVlt Sugar Cnm(Mlty,
'Hi KoIiaI Sugar Cjttnj-anr'.
Ttia Union Iniuram Loinianjr ot han Krankatn.
'lit Nr I'ngland l.lf Iniuranc Company of IIoaIoi,
I li IIUV Manurliirln Company of ll'nion
I). M WrMon'l I'alrnt Crnln'ugal Matlilnta.
lit New Vorlf aiul Honolulu IVcart Una.
Ilia Mmtianra I.lne. Honolulu anl ban r
Dr. lavntt Sou' '.ilrliralril Mrillcln",
VV'ilcoi A (lIMi't hlr.jrr Manufarlurlni; Company,
Wheeler ft Wilton a :wi,r ftlaclilnet,
pACIPIC HAKDWAUH CO.
imiwttttra nntt limtrrt In fflrtlienre, Cut
I'atnlt and Oilt, an, (leSieral Mmlianilitt.
No. 71 anii 16. Font BraaaT .(.,llovniuie
OIIN II. PATY,
.Sutitry Iuhlto HHif Cnnmi$tnn of Itrttli,
For (tic StAtet of CAiiCoi-ntA anJ New York, Office
at iti H.ink of i!i.hop ft Co,
Honoi uu. Oahu, II. I. tf-l6l
o n. DOLE.
rft(iMirfr ut -sritr tml Vrt(iry fulrtte,
V 15, Kaahumanu Stkkkt.,... Honolulu
SMITH ft THURSTON, J W. O. Sm
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Attorney at f-nr,
W. O. Smith,
No. jS Mkrchast Stkkkt. .
TLT R. CASTLE,
Attnmry ot t.aw ami Notttry i'ubtlr.
No. t9, Mkkcmant SfRititT Honolulu
Attends all the Court i of ttie KincJotn 3to-a6i
Auettf)tffr ttml i'ommt$tan Merchant.
tf. 1J-JI fJUMttHrMRf
II in i
M, OAT, JR., A CO,
tttitttnner mtil Jfetf lltnler.
Hnl thiMirr fthtmi Afltftf
(lAfurr ItUKK ... tta. tj MtHAtr Hr-mi
voj-ij.) HnwniuLV, II. I
f M, OAT A Co.
ttnHmtiUrt 7'ijt nf nil Itttcrlfthtn
mfft rtiMl rrjmlrnl,
Honoiuiu , It, I
!,oft In A F CuuWi mw rtteproof bulMliiK, 1A M
N unarm Sttrct. f ); if
ECKART & HUBASH.
Manufartnttrt and Imptilet I ot
Silver Ware, French Clocks, Etc.
Tltt, t'opitrr iitttl fltitrt Irnn Worker,
fitnvea a tut ItttttfeM.
t,f 11 IxdiJsv, I'tumlVrV ktorlt unit mih, houM furnUh
intf C'"Ji t)ndltri, Urn in, etc.
No. 8 Kaahumanu 5r"rr Honolulu
UMMKLUTH & Co.,
I hutrtttha fiMff Vtumhrt ttttr
Stttve$, Jinny?, Tin,
No. j KbUANU SrmiT ..Honoiulu
No, 4S QuttRN bTntur,
nD. HOPPSCHLAEGEH & Co.
importer unit Coinni(lnn .Jteretittnt.
No. (.KermStupkt.. ....Honolulu Oahu, II I
limine ntnl Slyn fainter,
PAHvIl II a no it r, ttc,
10; KinoStkhrt. Honoluiu
ILLIAM O. SMITH & Co.,
L. A. TltUMTON, I
tW, O.Shi rn. f
Htork nnd Heal J5tate llroker,
No 3 Mrrchant Strpkt.,,. ........Honolii u
EitMitk4 im JJ-o )
Sugar I'UnUtlon. Railroad, Telephone and other Cor
porxticui Stock., llondk and limllar iMcnnties 1
Bought and Sold on Commission. r
Money Loaned on Stock Securities.
Importer and Iteater tn f1taatcnre,
l.-.. Ull IH..t-.1 It',, .d
linntini nttvrr 1 liiiris rriur,
No. Bt Fort STRrsT Honolulu
rklllfL VII.UU-1UU1I tiptt (alts'; Hltkl ,' I
Luiral Wire Ware. Faiicv Soaos. I'icture Itiitim,
Wostenholm's PocVet Cutlery, 11. 1. Chase's UUnd
view j, Clark's Spool Cotton, Muinine Oil, all
kinds of Machine Needles, 'Domestic" Paper Fashions,
dole agent 01 tne universally acknowicugea Ltigni
Running Domestic Sewing Machine.
a 10-36 j
It pre a nml Drayman,
Office. No. 81 King Street.
Residence. No. 47 Pnnchbowl Steret.
Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
t-Vrtjtht. Package, and Haggard delivered to and from
all parts of Honolulu and vicinity. Careful at
tention paid to moving Furniture, with
WAC.ONS EXPIIFSSLY FOR THE PURPOSE.
OlT.ce Tclej hone. No. 86.
I !oue Telephone. No. oj. n6-S-
f EWERS A COOKE,
(SlflCMtOM TO I.RWKRt ft Dt:KV)N,)
Importer nml Itettter In Lumber ami alt
ktiut of Jtntltltity Material,
No. ti Fort .Stkrrt ...... ..Honolulu
If khuta nf leettry nnut In
Hitkul ttetretrti antl tin IHnmnmt Utttlnu
a apeelnity, iri in
urder nni repaired
Watches c.,.fnilj P.rfii::i ui W.mnH
flenrral tfifTStn( and fsfiey ifonAgtami rwailyti
All WORK t)MR Af MOfJtRATR twit
(fT Our cvd4 must I eam(nsI b rrH4id,
Mna mU (torn ih l.avit and Ut maitrlal in lh
rtvm wfttVmanUka inanMf.
Istind Orders Promptly V.frunl,
HNNUK & Co.,
.1. T. WATKIIIIOU.SB,
nk t'MftNm W iIm
Following Goods Just Received
f . Iat trrtrttt
m,.v,K vni'.stui mi:hisoh,
ttatV .lid 0W L'whitlUa.
Tl rWBWTWWg. I faM S(
tlM' tit '
IMf MttMix, hM writ,
IJBlat.' m4 It IIMUff,
rmtmMorm am I m Pnm,
heater In Itrff flood, litre, Tea, filtkm and
I'anry tioodm, It at. Hoot ami
Hhoee, llran, I'eed and I tour,
Vtyar and iotmeeo
Alv prutrrietor of Rice and Sugar Plantation, at
Kaneohe, Ko;Uii. Waipio, f.wa, and Hcela.
Cor. Nuuanu anii Chamain Sts Honolulu
T YONS ft LEVEY,
Auctioneer and Cftnmtaaton Merchant,
CoHNfR lORT ANIJ QVUBH StKMtTS, HoNOLULUi
SalM Df Furniture, Stock, Real Estate and General
Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole agents for
American and Kuropean merchandiM. J J. I.voni,
ija-aBj l J, I rvb
Have re-opn1'! at the old stand No. ot Fort street,
with a new and cartfully wlecled it'k of
Gold Chains and Guards,
Sleeve Buttons, Studs, &c,
Ladies would do well to call and etatnlrt Mir stock of
HtaceMs, Hroochef, Ixxkcts, Earrings, etc,
which were eiecially selected to suit the
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
'Ill rrriatring branch of our Luiinttt we r.card M an
Important one, aifl all j'vtt entrutlcil I'l ut will
In! caeculeil In a manner teond to none.
Of everv detcriultufl rtone In order. Particular alien
lion It la!J to or iera and lob work from the I.
Ladles' and Oont'a Undonvoar,
Vcolon and Cotton Chlrta,
A largt MMftWeril tj
While Linen SlilrtM nnd Collnrn,
W,l Drw fiMb,
IjmUt' Malt, IrlMrMrlMrf umAmionU
JC'llfliilfM niirl IiiHoi't IrtiiM,
All SMt rV
LACES, COLLARS, CUPPS,
A fw lot of
1V!-V IJl.'Mltr'KMl 'J'l'llSttS,
And m great tarieir of Loth
KNGl.ISH AND AMBKICAN GOODS,
Too numerout lu rntnllon.
PHILLIPS ft Co.
P O. HALL ft SON . ...(Limited)
IMrORTKRS AND DKALKK3 IN
Hardware and (loner at Merehandtae,
CcKVtKx T-Kiho o Fort Itrbct, Honolulu
William W. Hall President and Manaeer
l Abies.. .....Secretary and Treasurer
w, c Alien Auditor
Director Thomafc .May E. O. White. 7os-2t
P A. SCHAEFER A i-o.
Importer nnd Cammtaaton Merchant,
No. ao Mrrchant Strrbt Honolulu
importer and tt'hoteaate. Heater in tath-
iny. Hoot, Shoe, Hal, Men 1'ttr
nlahtny Hood, J'unry flood, ICtr.
No. 10 Kaahumanu Stkkkt ........ Honolllu
TiiT W. McCHESNEY ft SON,
leather, Hide, Tattott and Commllon
Agents for the Royal Soap Company.
No. QCRKN STRRRTrt-;?. .;.., nlloROLULU
IVT S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
importer and iriof ran fi Heater in ilen
Maker's Hlock QvKrs Strbkt, Honolulu
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
BOOTS Sc SHOES,
No 80 Fort Street, Honolulu. H. I.
G. BREWER & CO.,
Offer Ua uW ib
Y.j Urk CEYLON, from IIonVont;
Arm CfXrnZERjh- Ladies Cham.
0ill T1 t-hairs. China SvUu
M&ihr-i liiiMlUpbtt Tl
L A hetlt I1UL Lea CaraMwr Ininkt,
ySnmy V'M fJr" Wh.
Camphor U'ootl Trunk (! nmiit,)
Prime ' lUbaoo I'rincetat,'4
Cuet Nut Oil,
Hoot and Shoemaker,
Boots and Shoes made to Order.
No. 10) Fort Strrkt. Honolulu
S. CLEGHORN ft Co.
Importer nnd Heater tn tleneral Mer
Corn Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu.
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
Wfttch ropalrlnp; made a Speciality.
11 orders from the othei UUnds promptly attended to.
No. 35, Hotel brRRRT Honolulu, ILL
A W. PEIRCB ft Co.
No. m Quern St., Honolulu.
Agents lor Urand's Guns and Bomb Lances and I'er
ry LUvis I'ain Killer.
C. W. MACrARLANK, H. R. MACFARLANR.
Q W. MACFARLANR ft CO.
Importer, CommLuIou If erohonta
and Saar Fnotors.
fire proof Huilding,. .,,.... .Queen street, Honolulu.
I'uuloa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii,
J. Fowler ft Go's Meam How and Portable Tramwaj
Minlejs, Watson Go's Sugar Machinery, Glasgow
(ila)Eow and Honolulu Line of Packets,
Liverpool and Honolulu Line of TacLefs,
London and Honolulu Un of bteauers.
Sun I-ire Office of London. 101-14'
TT HACKFELD ft Co.
tie nernt Comtniaion Agent.
A LLEN ft ROBINSON,
Healer its Lumber and nil kind ofjlutld-
iny Material, i'alnl, Oil, Sail, etc.,
N0.44 Qskkn Strrbt Honolulu, H. I.
,,-- AGENTS OF SC MOON BUS
HaleaVala, Kutamanu, Kekauluohl. Mary Ellen,
Uilaraa, Pauahl and LeahL
At KoUmon'i Wharf. io-a6i
Cor. Fort and Qukrv Strrrt
1WT S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
Forwnrdlny and Commlton Merchant,
114 California St. San Francisco.
Snecial facilities for and tartlcular attention Daid to
coruir nmenti of UUnd produce. aio-6l
O J. LEVEY ft CO.,
H7ioteate and Retail Grocer,
No. 95 Fort Strket.... Honolulu
Fresh groceries and provisions of all kinds on hand and
received reeularly from hurope and America which
will be sold at the lowest market rates.
Goods delivered to an) part cf the city free of charges
Island orders solicited and prompt attention will b.
ijiven to the same. 208159
Carpenter ami JtulltUr.
All kinds of jolibins promptly intended to.
Iclenhone No. 130, Wtlliainton't Exprctt Office.
Sitor, No. 4 Kirra STititirT .....Honolulu
TJOLLISTBR M Co.
ITholetale antl Hetall Druaglttm ami To
baetttnltttt No. , Nuuanu Sti-iiit Honolulu
ITOPH & CO.,
No. 74 ...Kino Stmkt, HohOLuiu
VyhoUltrtr., liraperm antl lirnfrr. In all
Irliirf. of l-'urntlur.
It has been discovered by an anthro
pologist, who announces the fact in the
1'aJl Mall Gazette, that the adoption of
garments by barbarous people is lol
loped, sooner or later, by their extinc
tion. He therefore strongly urges upon
the missionaries not to introduce the
lciiicoais among me uncivniicu races
whom they arc tring to convert.
The Iondon Examiner's Washington
correspondent saw that ol the sescnty
six United States Senators at least
thirty-two are professors of religion, in
cluding one Jew, one Roman Catholic
and tvto Unitarians. Of these sixteen,
or just half, arc I'resbyterians.
DISIIOP & CO., Bankers
Honolulu, Hawaiian Inlands.
Draw ExcruDft on
DIG HANK OF CALIFORNIA,
And their aetnt. In
M.un. N M. ROTHSCHILD SONS,
The COMMERCIAL UANKING CO.,
OF SYDNEY, LONDON.
The COMMERCIAL BANKING CO.,
CF SYDNEY, SYDNhY.
The IUNKS OF NF.W ZEALAND!
rilE HANKS OF IIKIVISII COLUMniA,
VICTORIA, U.C, AND I'OkrLAND, OR.
TraaiMl a Gmentl Ijiihttr Jlutiiitii,
TelephotM No. i.
(mportrr of tleneral Merehandl from
JVdisrt, H ay land, Germany and
the United Stat
NO. j5 QUKRN SU-ikl ... ., . HONOLUl
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN
vestment Company (limited.)
Money laired for long or ihort periods on approved
security. Apply to W. U GREEN,
Office Beaver Mock, Fort St. Manager
"TM1EO. H. DAVIES ft Co.
(L.ATE IANION, (JRRRN &K.O )
Importer and C'omnlion Merchant,
No. 4 Kaaiiumant St Honolulu
Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters.
Itrituh and Foreign Atinne Insurance Company, and
Northern Assurance Company. io-a6i
X8T The largest and best assortment cf
Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's
Boots, Shoes, Slippers. Dancing Pumps, etc.
To be found on the Islands.
Trices as low as elsewhere for similar quality of
goods. Island orders solicited and promptly ciecutca.
RS. THOMAS LACK,
I lalf ChU 'TofKhonr V T" Tea,
Hah Chests "roegchong Leu lien Kee"Tca,
Boxes "Loong Cbon Juno Te
Koils Imperial Matting
Rolls Contract Maui
KolU Ijniaa M
KvUs ratxy MattuiX,
Doiet Chow Chow,
ht Cum Quots,
Uoies tire Cr ac Vers
COILS MANILA HOPE.
EST, DOW & CO.,
Importer and Heater In all kind of
Ji awie noon, tancy tftioua,
Nov 105 and 10; Fort Strrrt.... ...Honollli
Furniture Chairs, Sewing Machines, Mirrors and
Mirror i'Ute, I'lcturs Frames and Cornices made to
tiANnsiBCALiroRNU Strrrt .San Francisco
Painlculu alt em Un Daid to filhnjr and sliloutnf Is
land order. tto-xot
E. MclNTYRB ft BROTHER,
Grocery and Feed More,
Cor. Kino anu Fort Sri JIomolulu
ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Uteam Knginaa, Holler, Suyar Mill,
Cooler, Iron, Urn and Lead Catting.
Machltery of evtry deter ij-tton made to order.
I'articuUr at tint ion daU to Ship's UUtVimithing,
Jab wsjrk caetuied ont ha shortest notU. iioa4i
Alf-ONG LEONG & Co,
Ayent for Moanut Sugar, Vatama Jtlce
An4 Kadua Kke I'Untstton and MilL
NUUANU bTMRKT CORKER MaRINK
No, 70 Fort Strewi. Honolulu,
IMrORTIR A0 USALS.R IN
Var, Attachment, Oil and Aeeeaaorle.
ACBN1 TOR THK
Whitb and the LighT'Rjnmnc, New Home Machine
Howard's Machine Needles, all kktdk
Corticcll's Silk, in H colors and sues ;
Harbour's Linen Tliread,
Clark's O. N. T. Machic Cotton.
Mmt, Demertst's Ktliablt Cut Paper rattemi
Dealer In RirLES,
Glns at & Sfortinq Good,
KKHOSEXK MOVES, in all Ue.
St wine-Machine, Lock and Gun-Repairing pnm-ptly
GEO. M. RAUPP,
Fort Street. Oppo.lt. Dodd'a Staliles.
CITY SHOEING SllOr,
(OITOSITF. DODDS STABLES.)
Horse Shoeing in all its Branches
Done in the mot workmaAlike manner
Racing & Trotting Shsos a specialty.
Our Rfttct vUI Im rc.aonatle.
The nnderu2nc4l, hatfoe Wucbt out rbe trtleretl of
Mr Jamet Doa in lha atve rop, aolKtu . cuntim
.rice U the lilMral patrtaiac tcuowni on the U:e firta.
Mr. J W McDouU received the hltbttt
Award and Diploma for hi Hand-tnada boots.
at the Hawaiian Eahlbitloa for Ihe jrcar ista.
tS Monti UVea to the .hop and returned at .hots
imxk. woen aetircu. J. vt. jilC!AinAl.u.
TIT ILLIAM MtCANDLBSS
Itraler In Choice,! Iltef, I'.rif, Jf miion, Hit.
No. 6 Quiin Sraair, Kim Maikkt,
rarailjr and Shipplas order, carefully attended to.
Uv Stock f urm.hcd to VtiKl. at abort notk..
V.sctablet of all ainda aufhed to order.
TltltrHONK. .... .. .Ko.ua.
A sentence containing oscry letter in
the Knglish alphabet, and a favorite
ssith vsnting teacher, is : "A quick
brossn fox jump over the hiy dog."
(ttnertit Mercantile mmt CommlittoH Agent.
(jvs.M Staaar, Honolvlv.
OUicrwl. C Jooaa, jr.t predaot aad aunafcr
Iom(4i O. Carter, ireaturcr and luciituv, Dirtueat
llona. Uul.1 K, Uitbaj? aud II, A. I'. Carter; W. f
Carter I W.
(roaMa.LV WITM MLla. a ca)
sriof ..( mmI . Qr.eer,
Hi. KmubrssiT ....Uausi IUiuont IUu.
FaotUjr. PUrualloo, and Ship aioiea Mpolud ml thort
rtwtlc New couda br S.f atcaoMr. Urdm from
im ocn.7 iwatuiAUAiuuyfaccuie
T.UvtwmN., lit, sarl
TNO. O. FOWLER Co.,
Art prprwH lo furnish latM and KotU
mat. 9 fitr Mt,.t
With or wHltout Cars and LocomUlvea, Seclall
ADArTKD 50R SUOAR TLANTATIONS.
rwnaoeot Railvaa. and Lucumulv. and tan, Tia
koala., or Ind
ijcioes aol Koa4 Locwfuuiivsis. bteans
ntof aau vuistvsuum Macnutssttv. rori
ot and i.
tames fo alt purrnwS Windiof
Beef, Veal. Mutton, Lamb and I'orlu
German and Pork Sausages,
Fish, Poultry and Vest-tablet,
Orders will receive Dromu attcotlvn. Shkisioe sub
iKLKfriONK NO. 104.
1.A.XTV32J & CO.
No. 3. Fort St., Clock Building,
Hate retell ed a ctmujmmeot ofthnwMt Kcontxakal
and VslittUa uJ lur all kinds cf tvttxk, tu
VOOKJW ' MXSKiW MVAta.
It is the greatest ih former. Milk aaJ Unter pr
dirctr in use.
Od Cake Mal tvhowf alwui aj per cent of airtiitit
matter ( this nearly 34 J-Cf trtt.
loo 1U. of this omaI Is equal I'l jw lbs. of oats, ot
tit Its. (corn, or 10767 IU. tf Uat Usa.
AU,otr Unn.skd MIXLI rtr.D.at etlaaor
usual supply U the Uu kibd cf.
Hy, Outs, Wheat, Corn, Etc, Ctt
Which Is ttfrnd at the Lowest Market Katas, aa4
dehvetcd free to any (art ol the uir.
Ajr4S fur the
Pacific Mutual Lift Insurance Co. of Cahltrnia.
Atcotsfvt tb HOOVCK TCLKHION'tu
CommUiloncr of Deeds fwr h State ef CaliforaU.
TKLKI'lfONK Na if. tscV6i
CoaNtk op JIotsx amp Union STstxrs.
BRANCH OP EUREKA MARKET,
C0LU1IIIIA RIVER SALMON
SaJtaou B.U1SM, 1884 Catch.
JaU rwelved from I'ontand, Oregon, vf
T.et. Fish cut b. rell.d upon as FUst-CUa.
Tt. undertlgtttd rut rec.ntlr crrted lais ntv
MarVcl and la prepared to ,eoiarMly f.rDlah alt order
fs tne thoice.l quality of
UELr, VEAL, MirnoN.
LAUB AND lORK.
FatsH Ibk Sataacsa (mad. daHy)
Uou. axo Uioou and Urea !misacis
(a lrUllt)r )
R.Hcir.iiri r.Lo. d. sciiraldlr
Korea Slatlet, TeUohoti. No. )..
tureaa Market, TcWphvn. No. 114 SSO-SSt
No. U Kiko Stater. Homu'ic. IL I
PRACTICAL PLUMDER 4 CAS FITTER,
Cofrptr antl Aneel iron M.rA.r
.I111J Jfrlnl lie. ft r,
TIN WAR.. Etc
i-W All .01, tmaraatMd and all Ofdm fatUnCx
attended to. ttcae. lea., ordett on U. aUie.
altNtuaa anil lUuatriatlona. alodtU and Itioto.
(rai4i oTtn. ahov. fUnt. an,l Machinery mar t. r...
altn.otcuofl.. (.nderwird. W. L.GKk.KN and
U.W. MAOAHLANK4CU,A.oliro. loo. o.
.Excelsior" Ico Cream
Can now U oUalntd st the
Astir Hnsi Oininf Rhms.
tr Oooat Mtil 1. 'clack Emit "If kl U
Hal Juu reltd per Maii)va
DUPEE HAMS AND BACON,
Cata Cb.ete. Kit. SaUun IUU,.., Cam CodrUb,
k.( CamUr Ikef, Saloon I dot llre.iL,
Cretle.f, I ill. Ka'.u.i, Dria4 ..knet,
Drwd Arrlci4, lniMa. (leroMa,
Oalllstrulu Cuiiitt llunt.y,
TaUe r.oat. Jams and JelUes, lamidy flMU,
Wkeal, Con., Pwatoet, Oidjai, C.t-a.s
OU VlriU Svsssit atsd gassr rieklw,
And rnany otner artUUa 104 mtnerop. lo teiiloav
tuck U1 ft. aold u orUts 10 tut la. liiua. aVT Fella-
ractioa iunuee4. CHAS. IIUSTACC,
Ts!um lift. (M-.1) No li KlafSlml
Alakws. noair Qboss St.
C. J llardU, CMtractor and P.3d, at l1t.lelo
MoUUs tod I1..J. a). art en Uad. TU aa
Ve.fi Im salt katd and tUt u voud cm aaj afXs.
T.lookon. Nfc Si- IX al
ras.a's Asanarat) Pamwtvaas.
KABER'S Afffl NKRVOUS ILNHOLIIERS
Raller HoMe.1, Cc.a lldde... Ira. al F-Wny
lalderold aauoJ.i anr and IkaH
tdett and I'tft Cle.v laUr. Takks
Oaten, ISaMMaa'a Vel.el kaM.a,
Cratal RuUax, KukUf in iaood-
tauuil ehata. IbwaakTMla,
CmxU iSotectois KaVUr
hendt of aaitoua
wii e'Ci ssc,
r.r'tUle ml TIIO. II. XMUVM'M "
MiacHaHT Stsut Anu FoaT Slaaxr Sr
1. JtfjVtWs.'at- W WMLfa A
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