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OOK AND JOB PRINTING
i i r iix-HK9.Ti9rruo. acsisasa asdaddrua
j saw - -
AD 4 thrla were a taovsand long eraplght
Of acD'lry kind aaJ. sundry quality ;
lonis wers of U.,ga, that barked day anl Bight,
" Jiui u of rata, that wrswliatf iUU dij cry.
tiiJ some of bear. UTat groan a continanly
4uJ auiue of tltf.ra, that did seem to area.
And snarl at all thai ever passed ky ;
f ut moat of I a era ware tongue of mortal men, '
: Ji a spake reproachfnUy, sol raring where nor when
And th.ta aoiontfat were mingled, here and there.
T tuooaa eg swrpamts with thr-forked string.
Tbat spat ont poiaon aud gore, bloody gere,
; It all who caaae within ku ravening. '
- And spake Urentloaa words aad hateful things
Of good aad bad alike of low and high ;
1 Xe Keeara spared be a whit Bur Kings,
S jt aUher blotted tba with lalaiay.
Or Ml them with bia banrfol teeth of Injury.
Zjrncrr'i fit try uem.
Tet well thy aol bath brsck'd Ut turalag UOe '
i'fta thai natangtt Innate philosophy
bleb, be It wiaduiu. coldaeaa, or deep pride.
I gall aad worsawoud to aa eaesny.
hen tb whale boat of hatred atood bard by,
j wab-k aaa! muck thee shrinking, tboa hast soiilei
lA'ith a sedate and all-ndartbg eye ;
When fortaue fled her spUM and faTorite child.
r 4'hmI nnbowed oeaeath the ills apoti Lisa piled.
i 'Child HanJJ.
Ui r A cornea t, saj Mr. II. J. iJjron, the well-
. f L-jwo actor aoJ dramatist,,' ta like a cirar. If
i iiVgood eterj one wants a box; if it' bad do
r or :ii t:. j
uauuai ui puuuij( win uiaac ik uiaw .
-yfruf( waa fuuod in a New York milk-can one
O?.. Ihe milkman belteTe that tne cow
line doctor' (laughter : Janet, are you never
Cinjj to leave on that uobecouiiii; old bonnet?
Arl, Villager: Weli, Miaa, I've worw it for
ll.C.l jeara, and the vicur aaja I maj be took
TJve Eloomirjjjton Eje pallisLef birtbi, uar
; tlig-3B, and deaths under I be beading : "Hatched,
! IliUshed, Dispatched." It would take leas type
f n?the Plwladelrjlwa Bulletin, to aa v : Bred,
f Jt.DeadVt . : . '. . . , . . i ; .
1 'arson : Seated alone, in tlie eeniDj; of life,
' j:sr thougtita, mj friend, muat ol times wander'
to sutay tubject." Aged Kuttie : " lea, they
di s. air. Mostly a-Sundajs, when yuu be
a-j reachiag." '
t)id you ever notice tbat if you go into an
c"e where the man ta on the street talking poli
Ul all the time lie ian't in bed, you will always
sets a framed cbromo banging up over the desk,
Time is money."
Charlea Lamb was playing whist with Martin
Turner for partner. The bands of the latter
-i wefa anything but aa clean as they might have
j bean. I any. Burner, if dirt were t rum pa
1 wUat a band you would bate ! " was Charles's
Tifjaark. . , .
I 3 earefal about handling new books. Some
Vcfthem are ao interesting tbat reviewers say
you ennoi lay it down before reading it
through." Sucb a volume might keep a man
; fsoca going to a funeral or meeting an important
- eofagement with a poker party.
A iutieravS'uitlemin bad recently wedded
I:! Lizzie Dollar. If be haabands bis fortune
! t U ho oaght never to be witboot a Dollar in
, t i i boose. Rome Sentinel. Wrong again.
,,r le married ber she badnt a dollar to her
ririe. New Haven Register.
A man' who firmly believia that a second flood
. '! come next November to cover the whole, lace
' of ikm earth is building an ark at Helen. Texas.
; Tie craft will bold City persons, with food for
; U.tty days and forty nights, and he will take
r.it:ogers at $500 each. Kvery other vessel
! L explains, will be wrecked.
! . When a man sneaks into the house at uiid-
t' ht, and tnes to get into bed without waking
fu? the family, every stair and floor board creak
l ie a rusty swinging sign in a gale ; but a bur-
l'it can go through the same bouse aa noiselessly
as a floating tepbyr.
;' Inquirer asked : Is tle Cireat Eastern
tiUlargest vessel ever built?" An impression
txi got abroad tbat she is, but such is not the
, c.- The Mayflower, in which the Pilgrim
JV.iers came ta this country, was the largest
slip that ever plowed the water. Tbeoldfurni
tu;f scattered over tbia country, brought over by
tij'May Hover, would tml the ureal jastern a
itea times or more. VWriJowa Herald.
Tbi i a nice time of night for you to be
. aai . a j
"HiU in. stiiu a, motner to uer uauguier,
o returned from a walk at ten o'clock,
'fben I waa like you," continued she, my
. Xer would not allow me out later than seven
lock." Oh, you bad a nice sort of a
.her, murmured the girl; 1 bad, you
Jig jade, said the mother, a nicer mother
l.,. 3 ever you bad. AaJem 2un.
"Look here, Matilda," said a Galveatoo ladj
n Sectored cook,. you aleep right close to
1.4 chicken house, and you mast hare beard
ll Jse thieve alealtng the chickens." Ye,
Lt'tm, 1 beerd de chicken boiler, and beerd de
iicea of de men." Why didn't you get out
LLsaf Loe, ma'am (bursting into tears), ease,'
M'tu, I knowed my ole ladder was out dar, and
I wouldn't nab him know I'se los confidence in
Lta fjab all de chickens in de world. If I had
r ne ool dar and kotctied him ' It would bab
t roke bi ole heart, and be would bab made me
IXe de chicken home foab him beside. He done
toie me de day before dat be gwine to pull dem
cijekeft dal night." Gahtston yews.
l. i (detune tdler was arrested in Paris, and
carried before the tribunal of correctional
plJiew.) kYow know bow to read fortunes ?"-aid
a man of great wit, but rather fond of a joke lor
a magistrate. ! do, sir, said the sorcerer.
In lata case," said the president, "you know
tv judgment we intend to pronounce ?' t'cr
UtnlyJ" "WLat will happen to you?'
tling !" "You are sure o that ?" Ye ; you
Jl acquit me." Acquit you?" There is ou
t Mb about it." Wby ? fBeeaase, sir. if.u
I id been your intention to condemn me, you
vould not nave added irony to misfortune. " I he
"esident disconcerted, turned to bi brother
I Jgt and Lh sercerer wa ducharged. j ; .
'Among the railway traveller eating dinner in
t hotel in Baltimore the other day wa a fellow
am r'ayctte, Ohio, who swallowed meat, po
toea, and bread a U be bad been a week witb
,t eating. A second cup of coffee wa brought
him, and in bis bur ry be picked it up aod
- Ok a large swallow. It was considerably bot-
r than pepper, and in bi excitement be opened
4AouUi and shut the liqutf aerossj tbet utile
inst a young man's shirt bosom. Gosb
- boo p hot beg pardon and blaze !" be ex-
'aimed, reachiog after water. "You are a bog,
t f " replied the young man, a regular hog !''
lata. ew V rle, sir.. -Aa4 f oi briK
t, ?" 'Ye. yH bate. 'And 1 grunt ?' 'Ye.
'itraager, said the Ubio man, a be reached
tier another slap-jck, stranger, I'm not a bog
-I'm oclj a politician, bound fur Washington.'
Aoj Ecglisbxaan, who di4 .not tyeak a wortl 6(
i rencb. went one day into a Pari restaurant to
i x Li dinner, when be took a lancj to eat
.me mushroom. Not knowing how to Irans--'ite
the word in French, be call the waiter, and
craws tor him witb a pencil, on a slip of paper,
a bcaaiXul mushroom. All right.'? tars the
Vaitar witb a knowing look. "And two "mlnatea
literward be comes back witb an umbrella.
( On the lion.' Harry 'Erakine receiving bi ap
ooictmeat to succeed Mr. Dundaaa Juaticiarv
JX, Siutlaxd, be cbserved tbat be mast g and ar
4ar bi silk robe. Never mind, " said Mr.
Dundas, for the abort time you will require it
you bad better borrow mine." "No," replied
lakiAcf "aJ matter (or bow short -a tkne'eoefef'
I may need it. Heaven forbid tbat 1 commence
my caxeer by adopting tb aiandontd habit of
it s urn wm aw fa n w ' a a aa
; j ';
VOL. XXV-NO. 10.
How High Chinese Dignitaries are Treat
ed in New York. !
The Chinese Embassy, hid Excellancy Chin
Lan Pin ; the 'Ambaador Chin JSong Ling;
Jiecretary Shin IreTung"; 'Avistant Secretary Ho
Shen Chi, Ting Tan Chang, Len Seong and Chen
Jloh, accompanied by Captain- relix II
March, arrived in this city from Washington
thinking that by coming here they would avoid
the annoyance of the hot summer in the Capital
uere. howerer, they nare met with olher annoy
ances. by reaaon of which they will shorten their
visit. When they arrived they took quarters at
the Fifth Avenue Hotel, but desiring to live more
privately, hired the bouse No. 21 West Thirty-
brst street, where they bare been subjected to
public insult, and even assaulted by the dwellers
iu i ue iwcDij-nmin precinct, who crowa arouna
their carriages whenever they venture abroad.
and have behaved so outrageously that some of
the members of the embaaey bave determined not
leave the house until they return to Washington.
" During July, while bis Excellency Chhr Lan
Pin was driving home after visits to some f oreign
and resident officials in this city, bis carriage
was followed down Ibirty-fourtb street from
Sixth avenue by a number of loungers, who pelt
ed it witb stones and hooted at it. - The driver
whipped bis horses np and drove past the bouse.
being afraid to stop. The next assault was upon
tne secretary, woo was out driving, and occurred
aDout a week: later on tsroaaway. Kubbieu and
garbage were thrown into the carriage, striking
both ol the occupants and soiling their clothes.
On . neither of these occasions did the police in
terfere. . About the beginning of August Ho
ooen mi anu nog -rang vnang went out lor a
walk at about t o clock p.m. the former being
then in the city for the first time. They went
up Broadway as far as Thirty-third street, and
crossing, turned down sixtn avenue. Hero one
of the crowd tried to trip up Ho Shen Chi and
struck him on the back. He is a tall, heavily
built man, and grasped his nnsailant, holding
him until a rjoliceman came an. When he made
complaint, the officer only said : "Oli, he didn't
mean any barm. Ho Shen Chi accordingly let
the man go, saying to the officer at the same
time, You know your duty. I leave it to you.
Since that time the Ambassador and bis assist
ants bave been subjected to continual Insults, even
at their own doors. At No. 21, last night, one of
the attaches said, "I bave been afraid to go ont
for some weeks, and bave not left the bouse, ex
cept in a closed carnage. W hencver they see
our dress the mob insult us. and I cannot walk
through the streets of New York . in my national
dress without annoying the class of citizens who
are so active against us. I will stay at borne. ' I
was standing one evening on the steps of this
house, and a woman who pasoed, accompanied by
man, pulled my queue." The gentlemen of the
Legation hare borne these insults in silence, but
an American friend, who was told their stories
recently, has applied to police head quarters for
protection to the rmbassy during the remainder
of their stay in this city. Aeic Yvrk .World,
UxKXPFCTcn Results or Expkrimex
meal. Cob-meal asd Cobx
We bave, on many occasions, expressed the be
lief tbat lb greatest good to the cause of progres
sive agriculture would be derived from the practical
work of t armers Clubs and local organizations co
operating in a common cause. Such associations
may accompliah much in experiments, not only with
fertiliier. bat in different modes of culture.
varieties of seed, also in the economical feediug of
Illustrating this idea, we are t leaded to record
a series of experiment recently conJucted by the
Fouifiet, Ct., Farmers' Club, and the Woodstock,
Ct., Farmers Club, both live, active, and intelli
gent organizations. At the Hingham meeting
of the Massachusetts State Board of Agriculture
laat year. Dr. Nichols ventured tbe assertion from
what be then knew of tbe analysis of Eastern aod
Western euro, tbat the Eastern grown corn grouad
witb tbe cob would be equally nutritious with tbe
clear Western corn. Tbe Pomfret Club above men
tiousd, ia a discussion of this subject, also raised
the querry as to tbe comparative feeding value of In
dia meal aod cob-meaL Beiog unable to arrive at
any satisfactory conclusion concerning ' this im
portant question, tbe Pomfret Club finally proposed
to tbe Woodstock Club a series of joint experiments,
which proposal was accepted by the latter.
A joint committee was accordingly appointed, oue
of their number being selected to conduct tbe ex
periment Nine thrifty shoats were purchased, aod
divided as uniformally aa possible into three pens
Tbe experiment was began April 1, and ended Jane
6. Lot No. 1 waa fed 1,332 pounds of corn ground
into meal clear meal wet in pure water. Lot No.
2 wa fed cob-meal and water. 1.8C1 pounds of corn
and cob-meaL Lot No. 3 was fed 1,192 pouuds of
clear corn witb water.
Results of feeding as follows: Lot No. 1, weight
at the commencement of the experiment 4o3 lb.;
weight at slaughtering, 700 lb.; gain in live weight,
307 lb ; dressed weight, CI 54 lb.
Lot No. 2, weight at commencement, 4C7 lb.;
when slaughtered. 7C1 lb.; gsin in live weight, 294
lb.; dressed weight 603 lb.
Lot No. 3, live weight on the start, 4561b.; at
slaughtering, C89 lb. ; gain in live weight, 233 lb. ;
dressed weight, GC7 lb.
Lot No. 1 gained ia live weight for every bushel
fed IS 797-1332 lb . No. 2 gataod 15 1C6 13C1 lb ,
and No. 3 gained 11 CC6-1192 lb. Witb lot No. 1 it
look 4 1 lb. of meal to sec are a gaia of 1 lb. of live
weight, and lb. to make a pound of dressed pork.
With lot No. 2 it took 4 185-294 .lb. of cob-meal to se
cure a gaio of 1 lb. live weight, and . trifle lees than
6 lb. to make a pound of dressed pork. Reducing
tbi quantity of cob meal to clear meal, it will be
foaod thai 3 lb. of clear meal made a poaod live
weight, i while the equivalent t f 61 of clear meal
made a pound of dressed pork. With lot No. 3 it
took 6 3-79 lb. of clear corn to make a pouod gain
ia live weight, and 6 40-197 lb. to make a pound of
pork dreaaed weight. Thiu tbe feeders received for
every bushel of corn fed in meal lo lot No. 1 C6 78
444 ceils; for every bushel of corn fed as cob-meal
7011301361 cents; and for every bushel of corn fed
without grinding, 66 61-298 cents. r
These expetiments show as that when we compare
aualysis of food with results of feediog there is some
thiag w fail to discover. Neither chemistry nor
theory weald expect that corn ground witb the cob
woald prv a feeding material of nearly eqaal
value to tbat of elear meal; yet this experiment
proves such to be the case, and further proves that
cob-meal is superior in feeding value to that of feed
ing corn without griodiog. Corn fed with tbe cob is
greatly enhanced ia value. This is somewhat con
trary to generally received opinions.' We ba6 loog
bea satisfied that a certain amount of eoars ma
terial fed to cattle with a concentrated food was botb
judicious, economical, aad profitable, but en account
of the peculiar coast met ion tl tbe pig's stomach we
were not prepared for a result showing fbe desira
bility of feeding a coarse material in connection witb
Cora meet. ' ' '
Thus tbe earefal experiments of these Farmers
Clubs become superior to theory and above chemical
analysis. Tbi same authority also sop plies other
interesting figures. In lot No. 1 a certaia pig
weighed before slaughtering 1C4 ILs . dressed weight
160 lb., shrinking 22 13-194 IU. per cent-ofhve
weight; while another weighed 2C3 lbs. live weight,
dressed weight 217 lbs, shrinking 17 147-263 Its.
per cent, of live weight; while a third at slaughter
log weighed 303 lbs-, dressed weight 218 lbs.
sknakag 17 149-303 lbs. percent, of live weight,
showing that tb shrinkage of a w tilled animal is
leas Ibaa that of one half-fat. ....'.! (
Again il was found tbat tbe shrinkage of lot No. 1,
ia slaughtering, was 19 60-760 lbs. per cent, of live
weight, this lot beiog fed on corn meal; the shrink
age ia the slaughtering of lot No. 2 fed on cob-meal
was 22 per cent; while lot No. 3 shrunk 15 365-C89
lb, per cent. Those fed on cob-meal shrunk the
most. Perhaps this was eaosed ' by the distention of
the stomach tbroogb tbe use of coarse food, enlarg
ing permanently the stomach, and eooseqoeatry coo
tainiaf tbe eaost food. -Tbsee ted on corn consumed -the
fewest poaads and shrank tbe least in slaughter
ing Botlot Cult ivalor. . ...,)
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A K4T COTTaGH ON BERET AM A.SJT-.
containing luur rooms Walr lakl on. Vice pmrJ-n, etc.
for particalars, address X.V.Z ears P: C. ADVEKTI8-
. JAMES M. MONSABBAT,
ATTORNET 1D COUNSELLOR AT
LAW. Special attention paid to the negotiating of
Loans, Conveyancing and all matiere appertaining to Real
CmmUslsafr ef Deeds for tke State sf !few York.
OFFICE:' No. 9 Kaahumana St.
sosolclc, m.j. "21
.-taw. ra o- at !, .m4 'nvor D. W ClsVrk
A. WJL UIIHT, lW. at as --. a x - - - .
JTaT.lrv EML&bli.hinent.) Honolulu- n if
ALLEN & STACKPOLE,
WILL CONTINUE THE GBXKRH
MERCUANDI3K and 8HIPtfINO BU9IN1CS8 at the
. . ... hnl.li ih. Initll Ml.
aoove port, wnrrc uicj aic i tu . -
b rated Kawaibae Potatoes, aod each other recruits as are
required by whale ships, at ihe ahorteat notice and on the
moat reasonable terms. v--.
t DB. BBODLE.
I Graduate of McGill College. Montreal.)
m t,- pnnrr.ssORsr MEDICAL JL'RIS-
. 1 . - n,4 fnrmrlv Demonstrator of Anatomy in
tbe Onieeraity 'of Bishop's College, Montreal, Canada, and
for some time Uouae Surgeon in the London Hospital, London,
Or" PICK Corner of llolel and Fort streets, (over Mellis a
HOURS from 8 lo 10 A. AT; 2 Is 4, and 7 to 8 P. M
y XIOUT BELL. J jmoij-
DR. E. STEVENSON,
-11 EMBER. COLLEGE OF Pll VSIC1 A K
11 M and rlurgeona of Ontario. L.anaa.
rr OFFICE aod Residence, cor. of Chaplain Lane and tort
maris f v
EICHABD F. BIOKEBTON,
' .. . vnrntTKsrl.nR IT Ll W
.tA . . . . r tha other lalanda
w,,"T"a".B '::r."'rT":ri.T: office, no.
Money 10 ieau ou mui 0aBc" ,l , - -
VI Mercriivni oireei, uuurs iruui --
Uiy a ow
G. W. MAOFABLANE & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS RobinsoD'. Fire-proof Building, Queen St., Honolulu, H. I.
The Puulos Sheep Ranch Company,
. ina npencer riaausnuu,
The Waikapu Plantation,
Iluelo Dugar Mill.
... w U'.iun). Mnir.r U.rhlltfrf .
Blirrieea, lan. at k.-,-. . , -
ii. s, Uveruonl and London Packets,
.,,911 The Qlassow and Honolulu Line of Packets. 80
TAILOR. 38 FORT
Honolulo, 11. 1.
XI ERC'II ANT
CHAS. T. GULICK,
1VT O T A. It "XT 0F XT 23 1
AGENT TO TAKE AtaNuni.iuuaniio u
LABOR CONTRACTS and
General Business Aeent.
Office in Makee's Block, corner Queen and Kaahumana
Streets. Honolulu. apJ-80 ly
A TTOlfTfE'l' AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
flKTTARV PUBLIC and Agent tor taaing Acasowieng
luu of Instruments lor the Island or uaou.
No. 8 Kaahumana Street, Honolula, H. 1. fe" 80
DR. E. H. THACHER,
IETIHT. WOULD RESPECTI'llbbl
1 9 inform the ciUzena of Honolulu that he Is prepared to
uracils hia nrofcaaion in its varied branches, giving particu
lar attention to the PRESERVATION OF THE TEETH, in-
trndaeing the LATENT melbods and appliances known to the
In Artificial Work UoUl, Celluloid and Vulcanite, used lor
Hue Plates. Makissic lis. afs Kerewl Palest for
their sureegflful retention in the mouth.
By strict alien) ion lo buaiuess, thorough work, and reasona
ble prices. I hope to bave a liberal snare ol tne pumie patronage.
Ok'FICK AND RKaDlENCE between Queen Emma'a and
Fort Street Church, Beretania Street. mar27 80
H. E. McINTYBE & BBOTHEB,
GROCERY AND PEED STIIKE,
Corner of King aud Fort Streets,
o4 79 Honolulu. 11. I.
W M PORTER AM) DEALER IN t'LUTH
M. INO, Boots, bhors, Hau, Caps, Jewelry, Perfumery,
Pocket Cutlery, aud every description of Uent's Superior
Furnishing Uoodt. XT Benkert's Fine Calf Dress Boots,
I ways on band.
si. a. Coasaa or roar no mkbcbabt btbbsts. jbiu bo
CASTLE & HATCH,
ATTORNETM AT LAW. W. R. CASTLE,
.Ta. NOTARY PUBLIC.
Will attend all the Courts of the Kingdom. Particular at
tention paid to the negotiation of Loans, Conveyancing, Col
lecting, etc. XJ" Money to Loan on Mortgage. UvtlCb.
3T Fort ftreet. over Dillingham a Co't, Honolulu Hawaiian
Islands. jail 80
IMPORTER. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
. Dealer in Oeaeral Merchandise Fire-proof Store, Nuua-
nu sueet. ja3 HU
H . WBITSKT.
t. W. BOBSBTSOX.
WHITNEY & E0BEBTS0N,
(Successors tu II. M. Whitney.)
STATIONERS. PUBLISHERS. NEWS
DEALERS St BOOK BINDERS.
a!7 80 Merchant Street, Honolulu. ly
J. M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
ENTAL OFFICE. FORT STREET.
corner Hotel, in Brewer's New Block. d20 70
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
M PORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
aL ert in Clothiog. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Men's Furnishing and
Pancy Uivxls. (nolS 79) No. 11 Kaahumana St.. Honolula
BBOWN & CO.,
M PORTERS AND DEALERS IN ALES
WINES AND SPIRITS, AT WHOLESALE,
t Merchant Street, lal 79 Honolula, H. I.
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M. RETAIL DEALERS IN
Corner Queen and Kaahumana Sts. oc4 79
OHULAN & CO.,
IM PO RT E RS OF AND DEALERS IN
of all descriptions, and in all kinds of Dry Goods. Also, con
stantly on band, a superior quality of Hawaiian Rice.
o4 Nuuaua Strest, Honolula. 79
A. W. BUSH,
GROCER AND PROVISION DEALER.
Family tf roeery and Feed Store,
XT Orders entrusted to me from the other iaiands will be
promptly attended to. it Fort Street. Honolulu. (apl2 80
PHTSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE.
Oa Fort Street, near David Burrowa.
XT E'pecial atteotioa given to Diseases of the Eye, Ear aod
Throat. n8 79
. E, COOK WEBB, M. D.,
w ATE CHIEF OF ST A FF HOMFOSPA
aLi THIC nOsPITAU Ward'a Island. N. V. Office. 00
Fort at re I. )pclal alt eat ion to diseases of woanea and chil-
XT OUem Hear Until 14 A. M..2 to 4 P. M.
yJ ly v
BENJ. H. AUSTIN,
OUNSELLOR A T LAW.
NO. 13. KAli
icy 29 SQ
FA XIIIOXABLE DRESSMA KER,
NO. 129, FORT ST., HONOLULU. sell
Teacher of Vocal & Instrumental Untie.
129 FORT ST. TERMS REASONABLE.
WM. O. IBWUi.
WM. G. IBWIN & Co.,
Sugar Factors and Commission Agents,
Jy3 80 HONOLULU, II. L '
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGEB & CO.,
TTMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MSB
Comer of Fort aad Merchant Streets. Bhl3 80 ly
DB. H. N. VINEBEEG.
(Gold Medallist, McGill College, Canada.)
Attended the Hospitals deroted to diseases of women and
children while completing bis stadies in London, England
OFFICE 60 Fort street, next door to the Library. Hours.
8 to 10 A. 2 to 4 and 7 lo 9 P. M.
irr KIonT BELL. Xa sel8 3m
JOHN S. McGBEW, M. DM
LATE 8TJIIGEON XJ. A.T131Y,
Can be consulted at bis Residence on Hotel street,
between A lakes and Fort streets. se4
JNO. A. HASSINGEB,
CENT TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDG-
ments to Contracts lor Labor.
1 atari or Ottiee, Honolola. sell 6m
WILLIAM AULD, 1
a Ob". VT TO TAKE A C aC K ( W LXD6 MENTS
A. to Csntracts for Labor io ibe District of Kona, Iiland of
Oabu.atiue OSce of the iioooluiw Water Works, foot ol
N nuanu Street. ae4 ly
JOHN W. KALUA,
ATlUKAlil a.t u iuu.-i3i.nijua
a sent to take acknowledgments of instruments for the
Island of Maui. - Also Agent to take acknowledgments for
Labor Contracts for the District or wailuku. aep4 ly
JOHN THOS. WATEBHOUSE,
IMPORTER AND DEA LER IN GENERAL
au28 Queen Street, , Hooolula. 80
i o. oicssoa.
0. M. COOKB
LEWEBS & DICKSON.
EALERS IN LUMBER AND BUILDING
aul Materiaia. roixnireet. so
A. 0. STAND ABT, M.D.,
ClDRVETOR. WAIMEA. HAWAII.
S3 N. B. Surveys of importance on other Islands attended
to. J&3 80 "
A. W. PEIBCE & CO.,
CJHIP CHANDLERS AND COMMISSION
S MERCHANTS. Importers of General Merchandise.
A cents for Brand's Gnns and Bomb Lances, Perry Davis'
Pain Killer, Pierce's Magnetic Trass, Whalemen's Shipping
List, Arc. Queen Street, Honolulu. (jaa so)
WONG LEONG & CO.
Corner wf Nwaaww asd Marine Streets
Honolulu. II. I.- Dealers in Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots
aad Shoes, Hau and Caps, Fancy Goods, etc. Bave also
constantly on hand, llawaiiau nice in quantities to suit. Also
China Choice Te. unma aeine t wine, vmna cub uanaaer
chiefs and bashes, etc.
A Mewl--Kailua Rice Plantation, Kaopa Rice Plantation.
and f alama Kice fiantation. jaiu su
HABBISON & PEDDLEB,
RICK AND STONE MASONS AND CON
TRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
King Street, Honolula, with W. II. Gibbs,
To Undertake all Kinds of Mason Work.
8tecial attention riven to setting Ranges, Bakers Ovens
and all kinds of Cooking apparatus. Chimnies, Foundations
and Cisterns built, etc., etc.
Plantation Owners and Superintendents would do well to
entrust us with business in our line. We wish the public lo
understand tbat ail work done by us is guaranteed to give
satisfaction. Jyl SU
IIIIII 111 larriBpr Slliari, saw sa.Ba.ai.,
Honolula. (ja24 80) Island orders promptly executed.
J. II. WICKE.
Oalolriot 3VT . ltc ox,
ONE DOOR BELOW HOTEL STREET.
Furniture of all descriptions made and repaired at reason
able rates. Good workmanship guaranteed. ap20 80
S. M. WHITMAN,
King Street, near Bethel, Honolulu.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
Horse-Shoeing & Carriage Work
No. 83 Fort St., opposite E. O. Hall & Son. Honolulu.
WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY
and FINE MACHINERY carefully re
paired ia a workmanlike manner.
try Orders from the Other Islands promptly at
tended to. J ou
o. SEeiLKB. o. IIDLIIO.
C. SECELKEN & CO.,
NO. 6 NUUANU STREET.
Dealers in Stoves and Ranges,
Tls, Sheet Iroa k Cspperware 1
Kisp CosataSTLV oa Havd
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF TINWARE
Calraalze Irai aad Lead Pipe,
apl9 80 ladla Rahfccr Hsae, cM ate.
CEO. S. HARRIS,
SHIP & GENERAL BLACKSMITH
SUIP WORK. BRIDGE. HOUSE. AND
Heavv Waeon Work. Mouldine Bills. Planing Knives,
Anchors and Anvils repaired. Goosenecks, Crank Axles
and Wagon Axlea made for the trade on reasonable terms.
Wagons for Traction Engines,
ARTESIAN WELL TOOLS
With all their Fittings, a speciality.
All Orders Promptly Attended to and
rr Shop on the Esplanade, in ibe rear of Mr. Geo. Lucas'
Planing Mill. ' ju80
Contractor and Builder,
f PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID
All to the setting of aU kinds of cteam Boilers, Furnaces,
Ovens aod Ranges, Brick or Stone Chimneys, any
I beisht: Comnosition Monuments and Head stones.
marble or granite. XT Satisfactory References given when
required. Address P.O. ja3I80
V. E. FOSTER.
SADDLER and HARNESS MAKER.
l Fort street, next door to T. Lack,
HABXEdS AVD B40DLB9 COSSTAXTLV OX BAUD.
XT Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. XI
P. D ALTON,
Maddlc and Unrness Itlaker,
ATliVO STREET, HONOLULU.
Baraets, Saddle it She Leatfc-
r er, Caastaatly aa Haa.
enters tjrom tbe other Islands promptly attended to. au7 80
MANUFACTORY and OAKERY,
Practical CoftUtr, Patry Cask aad Baker,
No. 7 & Hotel street, between Nuaanu and Fort.
aplO 80 ly
E. D. THOMAS,
BRICKLAYER & BUILDER.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
SettinsT Steam Boiler. Purnacea. Baker's Ovens and
Ranges, aad all kinds of Heating Apparatus. A lea, Ysriegaaed
Concrete Sidewalks. AU Work entrusted to me will be execu
ted promptly, and on reasonable terms.
Address through tbe Post Office. Ki so
C. C. COLEMAN,
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST.
Carriage Work, aSco.
Shop on King street, next to Castle at Cooke.
Fort Street, Hoaolnln. - ; , Hawaiian Islands.
H af W
OCTOBER 16, 1880.
B XJ I L D E Ifc ,
Na. 62 Klag M.."oppelte the Siatloo tlwwse
tsaT UEPAlttLVt 1)U.E1T SU0MT AOTItl-!
JOHN BOWLER & CO.,
Ornamental & Stucco Plasterers.
. i i .
Artificial Stone Sidewalks Laid,
Cementing In all its Branehes,
Whitening, Calsomlalng and Jafcklng
Promptly attedded to
Islestos Stesat Pipe and Bailer Covering,
Done in tbe best manner and by experienced workmen.
As to abihtv to perform work in our line, we beg to refer the
public generally to the residences of His Ex. Sam'l G. Wilder,
tl. II. Kutu Keeua-oiant ana non. u. nrjnaa.
try Leave Orders at S. D. Burrow's Planing Mill,' Fort at.
3VX A. O T3C ZXZST
NO. 40 IORT STREET.
will attend to all orders in the j
XNtfrV LOCK, QVN k GEXEKAL REPAIR LISE
He win rive sneclal attention to cleaning, repairing and reg
olaUng Sewing Machines, and all other kinds of Light Machinery
aod Metal Work of every description, BlacUanailBiWsfi
ALSO. ON HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP,
A Variety of Sewing Machine,
Gins, Pistols, Shot, Ammunition,
MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, Ac, Ate.
Sewlne Machine Tuckers, Binders, and all other extra and
duplicate parts of Machines supplied on short notice
XT Best Machine Twist. XS
SOLB AOBBV IN THIS KISOBOat VOB
The Florence Sewing Machine, from $0 to $80.
White SewiDg Machine, from $45 to $75.
Home Shuttle Sewing Machine, $18 to $35. 1
Including all extras. au7 80
J. M. OAT & Co.. Sailmakers.
Queen street, in Makee's Block, over the D. S. Consul's
Office, Honolulu. H. I.
Sails made in the Best Style and Fitted
with Galvanised Clues and Thimbles. ,
Flag f all descriptions made aad repaired.
Thankful for past patronage, we are prepared to execute all
orders ia our line, with dispatch and in a satisfactory manner.
I HAVE SECURED A -
And am Prepared to Carry on this Branch
of my Business in a manner Satis
. .... factory to my Patrons.
OWNERS OF FINE STOCK
Will do well to give me a CalL .
Horses sent to my King Street Shan will a Faith-
fallT attended ta.
Honolulu, April 27th, 1878. oc2o 70
W. C. BORDER
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCH'flT
LADIHS' AND GENTS IIOSIe'.RV.
t ' ,. ,i .1
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS ! I
Ladles, Cents' k Children's Bngts k Shoes,'
GROCERIES AND CANNED GOODS,
Hardware, Crockery and Glassware, To
bacco, Cigars, Pipes, Yankee Notion".
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
3ft. 32. AND 34 FRONT STREET, '
BRICK and STONE WORK
. . Done on reasonable terms. ;
Address 187 Nauanu Avenue, or through tbe Post Ofnre.
(mylfim) , .
Of the purest Imported strains, and of all ages,'
Boxed aad delivered to stair, or sebn.
At jEbderate Prices.' ",
Persons wishing ts start with the Best Stack ar ta
Intprnve what taej nstr have, can bnf
. : ii pairs ant akin.
do Address,. A. HERBERT. Hawaiian Hotel. .
SomethiBg New TJnder the Sun !
H: J. ROSE, KING STREET,
Tooting; His Own Horn! .
HAVING IUST TURNED OCT A NETT
Stvle of DUMP WAGON tor the Waimanalo Sugar Cv
Ns one to say one word about it. Something osefai for Plaa-
tations. It tarns in leas space than a two-wheel ox carl.
Width of bind tires, 6 inches-; wont, 4 inches; bnilt light, bvsv
very strong. Those wishing to send in large orders, snd wist,
tbem got oat oa time, would do weli to do it immediately, ssr
taer most stand back and wait their turn. sr mhls
".."'Fisher! Champagne' Cider. "' '
Speaks far Itself. t. .;,
rrHI BEVERAGE, SO WELL ENOWr
a io this community, can always be Coond ON ICS at,
Jacob Weik's, No. 61, King street, near the Bethel Chare b.
Call in durvsg 'Jm hot weather aad cool foorselves. -'
Tyl7 1 j 3m ,
3v WftAvrrw M&ti&
WHOLE NO. 1272.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDOW AND EDINBURGH.
CAPITA L H.OUO.OOO
Aeeaasalated aad lavested P wad. 1 , 097,24 8
rilHE L'KDERSIGNKl) HAVE BEEX IF
I. POINTED AGENTS lor the Sandwich Islands, and are
authorised to Insure against Eire upon favorable term.
Risks taken in an Dart of the Islands on Stonbanp Wuon-
KB Buildings, and Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling Houses
and Furniture, Timber, Coals, Ships in harbor witb or without
cargoes or under repair.
IspS 80 ED. H3f FSCHLAEGER A CO.
Fire and Marine Insurance 'Co.,
Of NEW ZEALAND.
OiMl'iLf i1'i-it" " v1 0,000,000.
rvivin kstarlisiied AN AGENCY
11 at Honolula, for the Hawaiian Islands, the undersigned
are prepared to accept risks against fire in dwellings, stores,
warehouses and merchandise, on favorable terms. Mariue risks
on cargo, freights, bottomry, p roots and commissions.
Lwsara promptly adjusted and payable here
mh6 80 J. S. WALKER.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
BUILDINGS, MERCHANDISE, FIRM
UK and Machinery insured against Fire on the most
A.. JAEGER-AteDt t"t the Hawaiian Islands.
SWISS LLOYlT MARINE INS., CO.
rvvHE UNDERSIGNED ARE AUTHORIZED
I , TO INSURE
ON CARGO FREIGHT and TREASURE
TO ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
COASTERS. BV SPECIAL PERMISSION
' On the most Favorable Terms.
J. 8. WALKER,
, dl3 79 Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
gamtslir Jjrolnu f .
' Tan Bred Aylesbury Ducks. Home fed Turkeys.
A-fiVtf STREET. HONOLULU. o2 0
G. WALLER. Proprietor,
' hotel uriorr streets.
ClIIOICE MEATS FROM THE FINEST
: Herds. Fish, Poaltry, Vegetables, Ate. furnished to
Order. Shipping supplied on short notice. jy!9 80
WAILUKU POI FACTORY,
EST QUA LIT V OF HA I A I MANUFACTURED
constantly. All orders nlled with dispatch.
at. II. BA1LKY,
my5 80 ' M'ailukn, Maui.
UAUPAKUEA PLANTATION SUAR
NOW COMING IN,
A NO FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT
HONOtUtU SOAP WORKS,
rrvhe Bssisrsi of the aborr rsnerrn having
Jl been transferred lo
T. W. RAWLINS,
: He hereby gives notice that the manufacture of
All Kindts of Soaps
Will be continued by blm. SOFT SOAP always on hand.
Will bay beer, mutton and aoap grease, and solicits
consignments of the same from the other
jalO Islands. 80
HONOLULU STEAM BAKL.1Y
R. LOVE & BROTHER, Proprietors,
, . i. . . NUUANU STREET.
31 LOT. MEDIUM AND NAVE BREAD,
always on hand and made to order.
AUo, . Wafer. Hoda and liulttr Cracker.
JENNY LIND CAKES. Ac.
SHIP BREAD REUAKED on the shortest notice.
FAMILY BREAD, made of the BcHt Flour, baked daily and
always on band.
Pi. B. BROWN BREAD OK THIL BEST QUALIT)
Guests Entertained on Either
the American or European
, , Flan.
, , Is an Adjunct to the Hotel.
Rooms with Board ...Two Dollar and a Half per day
Rooms with Board Tbree Dollars per day
Rooms witboot Board One Dollar per day and up wants
Cottages la Caaaeetloa with the Hotel at Spetial
aa7 . , A. HERBERT. Proprietor.
a . '
s c 5. 5 .
a c m
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E. . CUNHA- PROPRIETOR
MERCHANT STREET. HONOLULU.
Choice 'Ales, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c
( i ' i aua ou
STABLISIIED 1853. CHOICEST WINES,
AtCS 4r JulQUOaVa in tbe Market,-AT CASH PRICKM.
fe21 ly '80 .
The Honolulu Oook-Dindery,
DOES BIUDING of ALL DESCRIPTIONS
The Work aecated at this Establishment is under the
mZ m t a
supervWoaea MR. JOHN I.. REED, who is well-known as
an experieoesl arorkaan, and cannot turpattti.
Work Done at Lowest Rates
. (il, .1 WUITNET Ai ROBERTSON.
Stationers, PaUliben, Sews Dealers and Book-Bindera.
: IROH TAHKSI
naXIIIGHFLTER. NEARLY NEW, AND
USA LN GOOD ORDER. FOR BALE BY
foMtt JAMES I. DOW8ETT. -
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Whole CoIubiii . . . . . .
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XT Advertisers residing in the Eastern I'mled Plates, can
pay for their cards by enclosing Oreei.barks or United BtatsS
Pntitace f tamps for such amount as thev wish to pay and their
cards will ! inserted as per alxive talde. Tor the time paid for.
XT Business Cards, when raicraio roa a vsib, are
alkwed a discount from these rats. which are tor transient
advertisements when paid or charged uusrterly.
Single copies of the AnVKaTisra. T-n Cents when charged
Fifteen Cents; hy thedoren.One Pollsr.
Contractor and Builder.
W MWy PI a nine
ESPLANADE, Honolulu, H. I.
Manulsrlnres allkliMls ol '
Baaldligs, Brackets, Wladaw Fraaies, Katies, Daart
Bllasli aatl all klatts af Wawslwark Aalh.
TURNING AND SCROLL SAWING.
All kiu.la of
Planing and Sawing,
Morticing and Tenoning.
Plaaa, Sprrincallwaa. Drlullrd Drawlaga
aad raiiinaloa furalakrd apwa A ppllcatlwa.
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED,
and Work Guaranteed.
Orders from the other Island snllrlted. ' '
Honolulu, May 2, 1879. w3 tf .
JAS. DODD, Proprietor,
CORKER FORT ct- HOTEL " JSW.t
T O XJ I S T Q
And others vl.iiitis- Ha. I die Horses, (for Ladies or tlentlemeu.)
Carriiise Horses, hinsle or Double Teams, Ac, can lie furnish
ed with the same at auy hour of tbe day m night. ..
JUST KKf'EI V ED a li.rjrr aad roosay
four house h e m m; WAGOK,
Capable of romfortalily accoinuiixUting pleasure parties w till
ing to visit Ihe I'ali. WwiUikl, H pit lai sm a . or
other Kiints nl Interest on the I. laud. Competent Drivers
furnished when desired.
Particular care ami attention given lo the boarding of horses
by the day, week or month.
No overcrowding, a my rUahle lias capacity for comfortably
tabling Dfiy horses.
Reasonable Rates and Satisfaction Guaranteed In all trans
actions with me.
Give Me a Call !
Tativli-G NTotlCQ !
j. & cTTane's
BETHEL rTREF.T, NEAR KI Ml.
MAN U FACTU R E RS
T1BLKTS, MAKULK SUVTI LS,
U ASUS T AM) TOPS, aad
Tiling In White & Black Marble.
MARBLE WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
MADK TO ORDER AT THE
Lowest PoHiblo J fates.
aioDBDieDtn aid Headstones Cleaned aud Iteset.
Orders from the other Islamls prnuiplly atlendad to.
se2H V. II. II KKDi Agent lor II Ho
Gash On ly, !
Full Suit to Order, $26.50,
Made from Good, Substantial
All Wool C?.iMMimeics !
A LARGE ASSORTMENT :
FOR ' , ' .
DRESS & BUSINESS WEAR,
AT MODERATE PRICES. '.,
At Low Figures
LADIES' BIDING HABITS,
H. S. TRECLOAN.
IT I JEl , E ! !
Macaeale k Trbaa Safe, i
rire-preof, Fire k Barglar Proor, 1 Barglar Praaf,
nmtdler sizes constantly ott hand."' ' ?'
Orders far Lare Sizei Filled at Shortest A'allee.
, , , Old Safes Tatea la ExckaaRf r
Babcock's Fire Extinguishers. I
duffalo scales ,"
Plitfarai, Darraaat, aad Coaiblaatlaa Braa Sealai 1
XT Prices ami Circulars, write lo ! ' .J'
V C. O, DsCRCER, I ". , i
fieneral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands. ' I
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Fire Risks on Cane JFields. ;ifl
flUE UNDERSIGNED, lOKNTS tfer M
CMOS FIRE AHD.BlBirfE 'ISSTIUSCE.COXP
Of New Zealand are authorised lo accept Fire Risks oo Su
gar Crops io tbe Held. For particulars, apply tb ' " '
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. do V ! : Agents (ur BawallaB) lals.ndSf.
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