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P A C I F I 0 C O M 31 ER CI AL ADVERTISER, DECEMBER 31, 1881,
WING, WO TAI & CO.,
Havo Constantly on Hand
At thai Fireproof skorc, r f.fHit Mo.sisan', Nauci tret.
A I l lX LINK OK
JAPAN :md CI I IX A THAS,
Botti II. atl L' lru-l. i:..r.lj-) Co l)iu!:c;.
lit 1 fill ivl. mf I'iaatatina pplir-. all Lind.
Awtjt on t-n.t i. iter;: srurK ok km k.
they bamf A-m . lhrr plantation
A few rthH HtCs SILK PtELOC SfB.F.E. Iff
Jalaiir wi?;g wo Tai a c
IT I R E ! !
Hacaal X Irkan Safe,
Flre-praaf, Flrr Jl Barxtar Prof, A. Barxlar Proof,
aitVtll'T tiz't rtnix'.iintlij trn l.nuil.
Order far Larre !. lillrd at shortest ttUe.
Old SafraTaLra U Kirhaa??.
Babcock's Fire Extinguishers !
Plat Turn, Parraant. and farablnatiou Cram Scale!
XT tif FrU'ea and Circular, write to
C. O. UEKGKR,
Crnrral Ajeat for the Hawaiim Ilar..'.
1J. V. DJ.AS.
iwr- rri ao ptr m
WINES AND SPIRITS.
Mo. TH KINO WIttIT, near! nf i.iU .fu tbrl St.
IIO.NOLI'I.I', II. I.
On tlarw! nl in Uuatilie la Moil.
EMILUU ASD AMERICA !f
ALESt PORTERS Cc BEERSt
Bnio, tnet lmpr.rtr nf MAIIKIK A WINKSI
am eoanutj t aril a url taiuy article ai very
17 OKOCBH KDM TIIK hUM)S XI
flulifitmt, an4 Prompt ami Careful aiuntioo wil he itiren to
lh want ol all tnU'r
EFJWEIBtll TUE l JIUr.K, 78 STREET.
Having .fust Clcturiictl
From the United States,
GEORGE W. LINCOLN
Contractor & Builder,
JO KlXtJ tX IIONOLCLIT,
TfcEl R K.H TO INFORM
II IS FK1KXDS
and tt. public MMrally, that he ia Bow KT"""'
jcerpt Contract fr
Buildings, Cottages, Stores, or
American, French, Italian, Swiss
or German Styles
And fruio New Dvaifoa. hiH eomh'ne all the owa'y re
joiaulea fat health and cnabirt, ia warm climate.
rUns and Estimates made upon Applica
tion. Having InrmeJ a Uulneiw cuonectio with on of the
Principal Mills on tho Coast,
I AM PREPARED TO Viy
Firit-Clais Work at Moderate Rates.
ofcr A gut for th
Housekeeper's Kitchen Cabinet,
Aa lnalall raaii( r wl IloaaekeTera.
Oneof lh late InnllorMi r r.xitMn AWS b been
brought by M from the Cot. awl U Cotnmer
axl ortr w, are itI le ea.l on aa wtn
their oUl aal wora-al SWI I
will nut Utem as pl as)
new, an4 a m-l-eraM
GIVE tlH A CALL.
F. II. OKDING)
BrC TO INTIMATE TO
HIS CUSTOMERS, AND
81 KI2JG STREET,
Next to Mr. Burgess. Carpenter Shop,
where orders may be left at anytime
of the Day or Night.
German ia TMarlict,
A MIW DEIMKTUKE
i'iO raESH, SEHLY 31 IDE EVIRl MY.
PORK SAUSAGES !
Onr Customers are informed that we
TO PAY SPECIAL ATTENTION
BRANCH of OUR BUSINESS,
Will Gnaraates t3 Please Willi Onr Go
GIY'E US A CALL !
RAUPP & SCHRAEDER,
"Big Collar " Harness Shop
C . H A M M E R ,
SS KING STKKKT
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER!
Fine Single & Double Baggy Harness
. Concord and Mule Harness
. Plantation Harness of all sorts.
New uW hiding Bridles, Saddle. & Whips
yritr, that On at -g,, t Saddle Cloths,
firi ii trie rst-i
XL II S . BURGESS
W,itrt f ir.lora the 1-a.l-c of Honolulu and lb ad-j.r-r.t
..jri. tbi rs mar-ird trrra a it
t Ca::fc.crii ar.d !h? Vetera fiase. ani Las
broaV. ..! tf a ery fla ci
Largo Assortm't Goods 'C Her Line
an J ih.t (. t u-w pr'( ar.-1 f !r.l.e
To Order on Short Notice !
:eh. Car . ani, Cvja-t.
Asv. Hi-., tr., nr., r:c.
ZSL !R S . BUEGESS
Manufacture,, m a rp-ci.aij, tb- do v Celebrated
Watervliet and Lisbon Wave !
AM.MJ TUK AkTICLLa FOK WALK ARE :
Ioirt.l and Mhrt Hair Fin. Invi.ible Hair Xl,
Crimp r Fir.. finchiti Iruu. Coronet.
La.li.-' ha mac a Comb. lrcicg and fine Ccxcrn.
4 hildn-D' Celluloid and Rutjbrr KcuoJ Coatl.,
Hair Ura.l-, Ha r Oil.
Fiuc Uusliue of Cologne. Bay Rom and Florida Water,
Fine race Fowjer and t ia-niclinc, t'x., elc.
Shampoo Mixture !
Warrantrtl to c!:i the ratp and lla.r ttn all
Waves, Coquets & other Hair Work
Kf.irewe! aij'l PlpeJ to tr.er, aol at Short N-ttiee.
Hair Dressing and Shampooing,
AND, IX FACT,
ah lvindH ol Work
AiprrtaiDlr.j to the Trade.
PROMPTLY & ARTISTICALLY EXECUTED
MR.'. IsCRGF.sJ nuU aUo ann-.once that ahe la
the Agent jt the Firm f
A. Bernhard & Co., of New York,
Manufacturing Jeurtlert and tmporttrt tf
biamorul. Tearl aod Prrriooa Rtnnra,
Oajs aod Inamnfwl J?w!rjr,
Hair Jewelry an J lie ice Work
ANY ONE WISHING WORK DONE
Will And it to their alvantaz to fir"nize th!a firm
It bein( the b-t arvi wi'Hit reliable id I be
L oitel SlAle.
All Work Warranted First-Class.
AM AT HK.tSUN.iBLK KATES.
tT 2MH.Z BOOKJ of tfir Work aod I'ncr can be
JOT REMEMBER THE ADDRESS !
ax o 3T o xx r txiest.
Nearly Of.pn.W the Fort ftreet Pcbxl. TCLFP1X0XE
Cararr Fort Hotel alrrela.
Are Constantly Receiving New Additions
FINE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK
ZD xr y C3r o o d s ,
F.IXCV GOODS. SII.KS. .TINS.
LACES mmd EMBROIDERIES.
Following are a few of the Leading Lines :
French. Kncltth and American Silks in all Colore,
China Silk ia all color. Pongee filk.
Oenta' Pongee liik Phirt. Fine ilk I'oilershirta,
Llnrn Lawna, Fancy Molin, lulling,
l-aiiie' Fine I'nderwcar.
FULL ASSORTMENT Or
Men's and Youths' Clothinr, Hats and Caps.
FULL. SUITS AT LOW PRICES.
JUST RECEIVED per DISCOVERY
Fring arvl Trimming.
LJiV Fancy Necktie, all color i
Lace EJg of by e"r steamer can a-ll very lowj
White Ire Oooda nr Ladie.
AMnrtment of Fine llan.lVrrchlef for Christmas,
Other Christmas Oooda.
Como Cuiclc for Bargains !
An the above are being; aolj al the very LOW FST MAE
KkT RATES. (eIT lj) COO KIM CO.
P0RTABLE 0R PERMANENT
" ft. I.KMCTIIS. 14 I be- HEB TARO
I 3 For a.le to am rr per Duke cl AfTCjrn from
Liverpool. Apply .
W. U URKEN, or
O W. MACFAKLANK A Co.
if Airau for John Fowler Ai Co.
TO MERCHANTS, PU5TERS, ETC.
J.OIU Ul'XX. MERCHANT. GLASGOW,
- I . -iK r.rrtm. .nj thinfneftt nf all kind of Brit'
iah ana Cjoi.ohi Coi. a4 wiu be fiaJ to receive Orders,
at rate other tree oo buanl at shippioa port in Eo rope, or
jebTereJ e ahip ua Jaty Ijc buyer' account) at
Honolulu- farh OtVt may be accompanied Dy remittance.
taab!e in Lr.oJ or f a rranclsco or ne win uraw ai w
day nht axaioat cooftrmed crolita frrn Ilon'.Iuia Danker.
or otherwUe. t tu.l the eonrenkore of buyers.
MCfi'RS. WM. 0. 1BWIM k CO Honolulo.
TIOS. W. L. GEEEX, lIoootu!n.
HOV.J.S. WALKER. Iluooluhi.
THE AOt. BANK.ttimlted), LonJoo.
E. S. CTJNHA.
RETAIL WINE DEALER.
IN THE UEAtt OF
UlsnOS PBK3IISESt!t0.iw MERCU1M S1BEIT,
OPPOtllE MUSrms BISHOP k CO.
jan 1 81
ED. HOFTSCHLAEGER & CO.,
wMonnTriKi iM) COMMISSION MER-
Comer ol Fort aod Merchant !treet. Jan 18 1 1
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCH'NT
UADIKS' AND GENTS' HOSIER V.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS !
Ladles Gents' k. Chlldrf Boots A, Shoes,
GROCERIEr? AND CAN Jf ED OOOCrJ.
Hardware, Crockery and Glassware
bacco. Cigars, Pipes Yankee Notion
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
30. 3. AND 34 FRONT STREET.
Pare R-d Aylsbary Doelc.
hl.VU STRHLT. HoyOLVl U.
Home Fed Torkey.
lo 1 Bl
MANUFACTORY and BAKERY,
n...ti..i r,.arrtliiBrr. Pa-trt Conk aad Pakr,
I Iillll V-
V. 15 II I trrt. l-t"n Naau and Frt
j.n 1 1
1 1 i:v v:ri
tli , iwr i; I :'. '
I,,.-', will, n run'ii'ii - u 1 1 !
jnpreme Court of the Hawaiian Inlands
July Term. lbbU.
NAIIIK Kl KI'KWA VS. KUAl'-IN HANCU.
Iltr.-is, J, .-.A.,,. M':C"Hv, J- J. O-n,,-
liill of Excej tii. lis li. in Circuit Cr.rt of
the 1. J u-liL i.-1 i.ircui'-iis Ivilows:
II.c IMjiuTif: i l iitut.I of the liefeu Jant the I
l'l.in.t.r. s pets -i, Mi that the Defendant
i.nl ass.ialte I the Plaiutifl and bitten r.ft the i
in i.er p .rt f tl.e riaintin a lorchncr cf the
And tl ? D' f-tn'.afit ly l.is Attorney, Alfred
S. Ilartwel', di I on the lth iI iy f Ft-Lruary,
a. V. lStO, hlo with the Clerk oi this Court,
Lin answer denying all the facts alleged in the
And it appearing to the Court here that the
riaintiff lad previously Lrotiht liis action
for the eauie matters and things now alleged
against the Defendant before the District Jus
tice of Lihue, on the Island of Kauai, but that
said District Justice had dismissed the same
on thfc ground that lie had no jurisdiction of
cau6e; of this nature, and this Court being of
the opinion that only ti e said District Justice
has original jurisdiction of this cause, the
Court did order that the Plaintiffs said cause
be dismissed on the ground that this Court has
no original jurisdiction thereof; and that the
Plaintiff is at liberty to bring the same action
against the Defendant, before the said District
Justice. It also appeared that no appeal had
been taken by the Plaintiff from the ruling of
the District Justice declining jurisdiction as
And the Defendant moves that instead of re
manding said cause to the District Justice as
aforesaid this Court do order that judgment bo
entered for the Defendant and that the Plain
tiff take nothing herein by reason of the Plain
tiff's failure to appeal from the aforesaid rul
ing of the said District Jastice, but the Court
refused to grant that motion.
BY TUK CO CUT.
On examination of the complaint in this
case, we find that the proceedings in the Dis- j
tnct Court were Bet lorin in uio compianu,
and thus the Circuit Court was apprized of
them. Hut this was an original action in the
Circuit Court, and it docs not appear to us to
have beeu relevant to the statement of the
Plaintiffs matter of action to rehearse a pro-
I ceedinir in the District Court, which had not
come up by appeal, nor was it relative to uio
bill of exceptions as we understand the ruling
of the Circuit Court. The Justices of the
Circuit Court dismissed the action on the
ground that the complaint, laying the damages
at $200, was within the exclusive original
jurisdiction of a District Court, and could not
be entertained by the Circuit Court except by
appeal. Now the question of the jurisdiction
of the Circuit Court could not bo affected by
the ruling of the District Justice; that is to
it would not follow that the Circuit
Court must take original jurisdiction because
a District Justice had held that ho had none,
but only if it was good iu law that there was
no jurisdiction in the lower Court, and there-
. - . - i a? r el.
fore must be iu tuo original junsuicwon oi me
higher Court. And if it were held, wrongly,
by a District Justice that he had no jurisdic
tion in a case brought before him, and after
wards the same case being brought, by origi
nal petition, before a Circuit Court, or the Su
preme Court and it being held, in such supe
rior Court, that it wai a matter of exclusive
original jurisdiction with the lower Court, it
could not be maintained in such lower Court,
upon the action being freshly brought, that tho
nnvimii rnlinfr of the lower Ccurt would be a
bar hereto. The substantial question, for our
review, here, is wneuier me m uu uun,
had original jurisdiction, cither exclusive or
concurrent with the District Court, of the mat
ter laid m the complaint, jurisuicnou ia a
uiatter of Statute, and the jurisdiction of the
inferior Courts is strictly determined by the
statute, and it is not to bo extended by impli
We quote here the statutes atiecting tne
Civil Code S3U3. "i'oiice courts V .
l.nva exclusive orizinal jurisdiction, within
their respective dif tricts, over all police cases
proper, aud over all cases, where the amount
of property, in dispute, shall not exceed one
hundred dollars, wherein one or both of the
parties are foreigners."
Civil Code 015. "Each of said District
Justices shall have jurisdiction, subject to
appeal, to hear and determine an civil cases
wherein tho property involved in controversy
or the amount of the Plaintiff's demand does
not exceed one hundred dollars.
Civil Code JSS0. "The respective Circuit
Courts shall have original jurisdiction to her.r
and determine all civil suits hctwccu muiwu
uals or in which the Government is Plaintiff
involving a greater amount of indebtedness or
claim than one hundred dollars, and appellate
jurisdiction, in all such suits, when the amount
claimed does not exceed one hundred dollars.
jiej shall have power to hear and determine
all nrivate actions arisinjr within their juris-
dic. ion, sounding in consequential injury or
damages without limit as 10 amouiiLoi ciauu.
Statutes or I Mis, pao JJ. Anienus oecui.n
6'J3 to read "Police Courts shall have exclu
sive oricinal jurisdiction within their respect-
aa 1 4
ive districts, over all ponce cases proper, aim
over all cases where the amount of property
in dispute shall not exceed two hundred dol
lais," thus omitting the limitation "'..herein
on or loth of the parties are foreigners '
and iriving the same exclusive jurisdiction up
to two hundred dollars which they had had up
to ouo hundred dollars. The Statutes of 1674,
chapter XXII., amend Section 915 by substitu
ting the word two for one, raising the juris
diction of District Justices also to two hun
It is to be remarked that as tho Civil Code
stood before the amendment?, the limit of juris
diction given t the police and District Courts,
rf one hundred dollars, symmetrically con-
' formed to the provision in Section 8S0, giving
apidlate jurisdiction to Circuit Courts in mat
ters of "indebtedness or chum wnen tne
amount claimed does not exceed one hundred
dollars "and original jurisdiction when sucli
claim is greater than 0110 hundred d liars.
We must therefore hold that, while the grant
of jurisdiction to the Police Courts in Section
803 is made " exclusive " in terms, the juris
diction of the District Courts is intended to be
exclusive, although that term is not employed,
as to cases of the character which Circuit
Courts can entertain only on appeal. For
there is no otheT forum for them.
But there is a distinction made in Sec. s0
v,. mrn involving indebtedness or
" of H,e Circuit Court, a. to the f.,T,er U-
- a a 1
kCS, -V A
ing exclusively original or exclusively appei- j (he gardens or our nonst aiuouc nwjv,...
ateasthe amount claimed may be greater or i .no. the playground at the rear of their
mav not exceed one hundred dollars and as to , OTy J;1 a pjcturc from real life
the'laUer being "without limit as t ai-.ount j ; t think of anvthing more suit-
of claim," that is without a maximum term. anl -' - . .. . ,
Section 015, likewise distinguishes ca.ses aide as a CMinstmas present for children lit re,
where property is involved in controversy or to be st ilt to young folks abroad b lela
and where the amout t is made by the plain-j tions residing in these Islands, than Mrs.
tirr estimation or
demand. ine iormer
..i . ti..nl,l include aiisuriii-sit. '.rover an
rei-Ievin, tie latter maj be taken to inilu lo j
wliat Sec. s0 terms "actions sounding vt
corift'-'iueiitial Injur o
r (Unlade fXf-ej.t hid n ;
"The .liatii- t
nnrtirTl 20 lllllll itH, VIZ I
ahall not have fowcr to try action i. r
tiUini' r, iio i, "o -
,.ros,TUti..li. I.r.aih t-f pronu of m..rn
Jul,,, iir.l.ri-otim. lit or s. .lurti. n -' , . . 1 t - -iluttion
v. li. it .hiiiiau'.s thuui.-l .1 I.- t x.-.
on- I.uiMm-J .loliar-t. l y A t of 1 l.
uhiili fiiH.-!. mu-t th. r. for.- rot..- within tu .
flnive juriH-lution . f the fir. uit (ami '''' )
foiirtl. li'iw.T.r low th.- ai damnum.
i,..u fcevtf.l -ii-H of th- hecon l class art- th. r. -
i I. v.. 1 lnl.ii.inii.ili nf I r Jir 11 It'l . liJiu i-'.i-.
ft t-.- ti:- '. on rr riit ii::iv:uu' 1 1
Courts u ta tno 'iiuw. a o
.... V-l- Ir.-.! .lo'lf-!.
. .. i -.
I Cir-iit Court, without Iiruit as to amount of
! tlai'ii." p-Rvi as the ad damnum did cot exceed
two hx.r.dr d dvllirs, it was alo within the juris-
dir.ion of a District Court.
The ruliug of the Circtiit Court is not sus
tained. Exceptions are held good and the cae
is ordered to le placed in the Calendar of tht
next tvrin cf the Circuit Court.
Chas. C. Harris,
A. Fkancis JrxB,
A. S. Ilartwt'l for the Exceptions.
Iintiii.-rntion by George K. SewarJ. late
.linitT to Chin.
In ....; b'x-k, lately issued from the press, Mr.
ew.;r: !eaU uitli the social and ecouocuical feat-
i uie-i. ii cujiios immigration, so xar as it toucnes
the uiterc-st of the United States. Ilia views will
Chinese. On the other hr.d Lo brings up hi-t
proofs to show that they L ive been of great beue-
proofs to show that thev have been of st
lit to California. He cites the railroad
nt to California. He cites the railroad Luiiainj;
the agricultural operations, the manufacturing
business as having been made possible only with j
Sharp competition fraru the Eastern States has
been met only by the cheap was of thee people,
and much of 'the prosperity of the State is due to
it. No one reallv denies this. No reasonable man
disj)UteS it. It is the future which troubles the
thoughtful. Every man on the Western slope asks
himself the question, when bhall I be driven out of
my occupation by these skillful, industrious
Mr. Seward answers in a most comfortable way.
He insists first that the Chinese are "hewers of
wood and drawers of water." He believes that
when brought in sharp conflict with the white race,
they will fail in maintaining themselves. He cites
the" opinions of many persons on this point. He
believed that if the Chinese remain long in any
country, they will contract expensive habits, and
refuse to work for low wages. He believes their
morals are iui.te equal to other peoples' morals.
The complaint that they refuse to assimilate with
Americans, he meets by saying that the Americans
refuse to let them. Our own experience hsre is,
that they ' assimilate" so rapidly, that the natives
find themselves deprived of wives, and the young
women yoinK to the Chinese iu preference. Mr.
Seward rather intimates that John Chinaman will
uot he.-itate to marry American women, if they
will only consent, ilany pages of the book are
devoted to the subject of Chinese " overflow." He
insists that they are not an emigrating race. If
they were, he says they would have overran Coiea,
Lew Chew, Anaui, Siam and Burraah. They do
not een swamp Formosa. Inferior races, Mr.
Seward claims, never mrve into the territory of
superijr races, with the idea of settlement. The
possessions of the '.'etherlauds in the Malay Archi
pelago, he says, are not far distant from China.
"They are therefore very accessible to the Chinese.
The Chinese are described as uniformly far supe
rior to the natives, intellectually and physically.
They art enabled to buy lands. In 1H5I, eighty per
I ... . . . . - . i : i..
cen. of the lauds belonging to private individuals
were in the h tnds of Europeans, and eighteen per
cent. Chinese owned." There are not over 100,000
Chineau in Java. In Singapore, in 1H71, there were
I7.11l people. Of these, the Chinese numbered
fAJu'J. This indicates, Mr. Seward thinks, a re
luctance on the part of the Chinese to emigrate.
His comparison between the Malays and Chinese
is not very comforting to those who believe in the
divine mission of the Malays to re-people this
Kingdom. "Nine tenths of the traders now in
Singapore are Chinese," he adds. As only a few
hundred thousand, from the several hundred mill
ions of Chinese have emigrated, it is a correct in
ference. Mr. Seward says, that they are not an
emigrating people, and America has little to fear
from them, while Mr. Seward's arguments may be
comforting to Americans, it can hardly be pleas
ant to us. If, as he thinks, the Chinese will at
tempt to crowd in upon the inferior races only, we
may have something to fear. The rapid way in
which thev are supplanting the Hawaiians in rice
culture atid taro plantiug, shows that their "vic
tories of jeace," are bv no means fruitless. Mr.
Seward's book is fall of interesting statistics, but
the literary execution, is faulty. The style is loone,
and wordy. It cives, however, a present.ii.ion or
the case, which will be interesting to those who are
concerned in this subject. The Chinese question
with us is a different affair. If 50,000,000 of sturdy
Americans are startled at the advent of 100.000
Chinamen, it might be supposed that the 53,000
Euroiean and natives would be in a frightful scare
over the coming of 14,000 Chinamen. That they are
not so, may be owing to tne raci mai mey are
terly careless of the future of the country, or feel
themselves perfectly able to cope with the question.
It may be as well to notice this aspect of the ease ;
that if we do not settle these domestic matters
ourselves, some one else may do it for us. We can
hold tho mastery or we can yield it. Which shall
we choose ?
NOTICES OF BOOHS.
" From th' Sword to the Share; Or a Forlung in
Five Yeart at Hawaii.'1 By Captain IIenby
Whalxex Nicholson. W. II. Allan & Co.,
This book of 348 pages, is the produc
tion of a practical observant mind; and not
of a pleasure tourist. The author says,
in his introduction, that the work is the
result of an " expressed demand." He with
many other gentleman, late army officers,
had laid aside the sword, in order to take
up a more peaceful implement, In a new
and salubrious country, like the Sandwich
Islands; and lie, having paid a visit here,
and having had good opportunity for in
formation of a kind that would assist an
intending emigrant to the Islands with a
little money iu his l-ocket, has well used
his opportunities and presented a large
amount of valuable information obtaineu
from official and other sources. The country
is under obligations to Capt. Jsichol
son, for his presentation iu a very influen
tial ouarter of the world, his book being
nublislu'd iu London, of statistics and in
formation of a character to induce people
of means to come here- The gentleman
has worked in some personal adventure,
and a few social incidents, which may not
be regarded as relevant to the general pur
pose of his book. However, it is a useful
book, one calculated to promote the inter
ests of the country. Any gentleman in
Kngland who may be thinking of a move
to the Pacific, and who takes up this book,
will have his attention attracted to these
islands, and he will find just such informa
tion as he will require to guuie mm in
making a venture out here. The book is
also of interest to the reader of these Isl
ands ; and will be read very generally.
The style is vigorous and lively, and be
speaks a gentleman of culture and close
observation. The work is illustrated by a
map of the islands aud numerous portraits.
Our Honolulu Boy; A Storff of Child Life
in the Sandwich Islands. By Mrs. J . A.
This is a pretty little story intended to
convey to foreign readers some idea of the
specialities of life in this capital of the
North Pacific. It is just such a story as
delights young people, mingling with every
day events a sufficient spice of romance to
enchain the youthful mind and make every
boy and girl who reads it in a foreign laud
determined to see the wonderful Hawaiian
Islands when he or she grows up. Where
the original little folks lived whose adven-
- --v . a., . 1 tiifA O Of CtTXT.
"Sfmak. out, even if there
,ia,l t been So pointed a reference mule to
1 it . 1 t .. 1 n n (1 .1 n li 1 AI r
i our Honolulu Jioys."
rnr The Dill intro.lu -. .l ) (leneral Mill. r
int., th- Uuito.l States S. -n.lte to pvc f fleet to
th- t:hin.-s- Troatv -iuIkkIi.-h th-clause renu
litii." fhin.-s- iuimirati.-.n in th.- following
w,.,-,ls Th intro.ln.-ti -.il. or romim into, . r
i.m1. i... ni th- l'iat..l Stat.-.-, of any ami nil
,.tl..r l.in. s... ..ml native of China. f h tt
.... .r 1 or rii-tioii. iiie'.u.lmi; nil
l.tl.or. r-. -kill..! or un-kili.-.:. n. i i,-r
In. -ft Ir. -in t lima, or elst-w n-r-.
an uti- resi.liii,; in the Unit-l
th- 1 '-'Hi f July. 1M. -xc j i. a.
h. r. l'.v .l-cl u. I t' - tiiiiawtui iimi
siij..-n I. .1 "i"l irohihit-a, as oth. r-
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NEW GOODS !
NEW GOODS ! !
Whitney & Robertson
CITY OF XKW YOKIi,
COXS1STI.SG i.V PART OF
CHOICE NEW STORY BOOKS !
FOR OLD AND YOUNG.
Delightful Illustrated Books
On 121 es, ,
Oloeks, aVi., j
Scrap I5ook, i
Elegant Boxes of Papeterie ! ;
Ul'R ASSORT! EXT OP
Leather Goods !
IS VEaV FINE ANI EXTKSStVs.'. NAMELY, j
Glove Boxes, j
Ladies' Work Boxes,
Hand Bags, '
Ladies' & Gentlemen's Purses,
Diaries and Daily Journals
OF EVERY SIZE AM) QUALITY FOR 1882.
Jewel Cases, j
Card Stands, j
Brackets, &c-, &c. '
IX EVERY USE OF GOODS OS IIMII ;
WK HAVE A I
Full and New Assortment
ALL OF WHICH WILL BE SOLO AT
WK WISH to IISIOSK
. OF ALL
THIS rJSiLR !
AND NOT HAVE ANY
Shopworn Ooocl.s !
Carried on to Next Season.
Our Stock of Stationery !
IS SPECIALLY COMPLETE.
We have Good Note Papers
AT $2.00 PER BUM AM) I" F WARDS.
25 PKB. QIIRE AMI PWAUDS.
PASS AND MEMO BOOKS 1
INKS, BLANK FORMS, &c.
Foreign Magazines & Papers
ARK H lfLIKli hV .-
Vt the rowo.t K.ites !
fir All Orders from the other Islands
will meet with Prompt and Ctreful Atten-
LS NOT SELLING UU i.
Up the Dry Goods Business .
$21,500 WORTH OF MY
The Greatest BargaiuscvcrOffen-d in Hoiwlulu
FULL ASSORTMENT OF EVERYTHING !
MY STORE, CORNER of FORT and HOTEL STREETS,
HAS RECENTLY BEEN RENOVATED AND ENLARGED.
More Room, More Goods.
More for Your Money than Elsewhere !
irurX.X XUXISOS OF EMBROIDERIES I
100 rr cent. Lower than any other Ileui can U tl.em in the KinJou..
Berlin Zephyrs 15 Cents Per Ounce,
. Oavdboaaxl. colored, and silver
nr For Facts, all I ask is for you
C ALSFORftJI A' ONE
3-1 IT I BJ A3-
Q R Y GOODS
IIAVINC MADE 1 HAVE CN"
fa ll CLUDEU TO
SELL OTJT MY BNTIEE STOCK
DRY GOODS, FA1TCY GOODS, CL0THI1TG
I want to get rid of everything BEFORE THE FIRST OF JANUARY. I d t
care what the Gooda bring, but th.-y MUST he aolJ.
Look at my Prices and See
Ladies' Lawn Sack, handsomely trimmed $1
l)e Utge Dress Uoods. dark and light, per yard 25
l!Uck and Colored Beree. per yard 30
Lawn Dresses (3 pi. ee). gii.ranteed to wah a 0
Silk Mixed l)re Uoods, per yard - 26
! Ladies' r"oncy Colored Hoe. ier box ol half doxen l
Kummer Silk Checked, per yard
j Every visitor will rerelve a U1SDS01E PH0T0GRAPU of ell-l..w. CJJ J AjJ
I FREE OF CHARGE. P.rtte. bojUS FIVE DOLLARS W0RTU OR OVER, will RLIEHE TLX I LR
' CENT. BACK, on their Investment.
STORK GOODWILL and FIXTURES TO IJiT !
! A. rVL SVIELLIS,
ii. S.-CLEGHORM & CO.,
' ' IMPOETEES OF
NEW YORK, CALIFORNIA, EUROPE AND THE COLONIES,
OFFER FOR SALE
THEIR STOCK OF NEW GOODS
JUST OPENKD. SUITABLK "FOIi.
LARGE ASSORTM'T of DRY GOODS !
black and colored; Cobourgs, Alpacas and Dress Goods,
. , .i t-m. MeVs While and Urown Cotton Half-hose. Lailiea Hoe id e'eat anety. at very low ..rice:
TowelmK an.1 Jowel Men s W c.ie ana ur BIanketi F.ncy 8,ripea Woolen, two ites: White W.wlen. 3M oltit.-,
LANKahrreTHor Blanaeu' VVMK w'oolea Blankeu! all siea k weiKM. W,K,leo CiUn Flannels,
Hlue and Grey Horsa blanlieis. o i j i i ;.... Keiratta and Woolen HUlrt.
Mala, velvet rue, mai anu .
full iwm fu? &u?tft&n&n a ishsIaIsh saoatss i
Bridles, Girths, Saddle Cloths, Whips, ttc
Sole and Saddle Leather, Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins I
Cen on band and Cor ffifiy"'ir' J'
Beautirul Lines of New Plated Ware, Wonderfully Low I
Fans, Purses, Bags and Albums, at Astonishing Prices !
JEWELRY jSTD "WATCHES.
ACENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
Durham Long Cut & Granulated Smoking Tobaccos & Cigarettes
CIGARS-Havana and Manila; CIGAR HOLDERS (Meerschaum).
CIGARETTE HOLDERS, MEERSCHAUM PIPES,
BRI R WOOD PIPES. CLAY PIPES. CHERRY STEMS,
. AMBER MOUTHPIECES and TOBACCO POUCHES.
Grnlvanized Buckets, Tiobs arid. I3asins.
Boston Card Matches,
Zinc, Paints and Boiled Oils,
Kerosene Oil and Downer's Oil.
A CIIOICK ASSORTM'T OF GUOCEItlHS,
T'.l- Fruit. T'.matue.
"""" " potted iau4k-. Polled Jlru. Br.wn.
Hriirht llvil Full AVeiglit Plantation Sa.mon,
N HtHKK I.S A Sit HALF IIAKKKI.S
DKAliKUS IN AII KINDS OF SOAPS.
TOll.l.r S'HIN, a spftlalty; BLIE MOTTtSlD P. twtatyrar kirn In a b,.
r-. vn.fiji t'tentlor P!d W llit- farefal Slectlf of Coj4 fi r Conri-- Or .
Pruif .l! t-
T cents pel snwi
to Come and see for Yourself. 3
CHAS. J. FISHEL. Corner Fort and Hotel sts.
0 U M ESS.!
whether I Mean what I Say !
' a Ml
Miu Mivlna Undrrtilrt.
Large Bie Silk llanrlkerchiK. 30x30
Rubber Tipped Lead Pencil. r doaeu
Not Paper (i ream). P'r pckife...
Large Bice Fringed Tidie 1
Ladies' Ualbrif gao U.w, silk checked, pf bu...
104 FORT KTKEK'l'i NEAR HOTEL.
MARKET RATES !
Tinned Iron oii,
Mackerel, Haked lleant, IMirea,
Pig Fe-t, Clam. Kar.l.r..-., I,.liler., "ugar l
ii.ii.io.uiu, it. l i; L Ii A :i I' -:
f. C ADV:-r.T!Sr.it CO.
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