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PACIFIC COMMMERCIAL A D V ERTISER, JAM! A R Y 21, 1882
H. W. SEVERANCE,
UA V .1 I H HNI I. IMII (IMMISSIDN
MKH1 II NT, u!4 r,i...r:i, tiv., .-an rrar.r.ro.
Calianmta. XT Nj i. olt j
WILLIATdS. DIKCXD & CO..
Shipping L Com minion .)Itrch:i.!t,
N . J I S t'nlir.miii .irrrl.
BbJ9 II MN lliMI-tJ
CO. r. ' Ti HltlriT TJltll.
GEORGE F. COFFin & CO.,
SUlPPIib U! fM1lNSM MllI'MlMS
I J fine itt'-l, I. i.n u k .
I RTIC'I.A K TTKMH) CIVI.N TO
ailing Hawaiian rlr. d '.!. ri..n ijru,:cl
JOHN HARVEY & CO.,
0IM1U0N MKRCJHXTJi na.l WOO I.
II umilUii. ('lawn .la
&Wfern-e Bank of Montreal.
jail l Cah 'in Consignment
A. P. EVERETT.
Forwarding A. fonjiuiion Merchant
40.' fllD.M rTKtCT. C'OKNKK '.LAV
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Partl.?alr attention pai l tt Cnnnoi'firf of I. n I Pr -lu -
W. H. CROSSMAN BRO.,
f-t ti I p p I ti ic ! Com iiitMHlon
M K K C II A NTS.
118 (kaxlKri Mrrrl. NKW VOKK.
fceVrnec 4'aiitl A L' ' k - an-l J T. Wit- rhnu-.
(ft tlk.T"Cj.h knowlrtli nf the n ilanl Uoi hu:b g .
era llut ovralkooa r.f d j-iiwn ami outrilioo. anl i a
CAaful appUcattfio of the fine jrfpri r j rf wr!l-iM'iH".H
coena. Mr. -pt bu prtriirl our br-k'l UMn .lh a
4lbraMly-Aaf ceH aeric hu:k m j mt o moy brary
Aictair'a till. It k ly thv jul rt'u u of urh arlirlra of
wt that cmCtlata may eriloIly tmili op antil
at roue nutiib to rrsut f-ry Wniracy ! Ilumlrcl
of anbtle Balailiea ar doatiiC arming oa rra.Iy to attack
wa ttvt -ir la a t'int. H my escape many a
fatal Ibaft ay kwpinf ourirlfrt wi-ll f.rlirl--'l with purr M-mmI
anal a pmon iy ooariallrtl frannr." article in lh i'iril
Made aim ply wifi boiling water or milk.
Bokl only la packeta, lahellea :
JlIIT.S KIIS & CO.,
Alt EPI'S'S CHOCOLATE LSSE.1CE, far Afttrnoon
AIVKRTIHI ACEVT. 81 MERCHANTS'
EXC.II ANOK. fan Frncico, California, ia aathorixed
la receive alTettiiienienia Uf the column of ;hia paper,
10.Mtnlliliicl in 1,1:2.
R.wea-i tO nj 2 1. Merrhat.U Etcbangr,
Calllornia Hirert, Sao ft ktu-Uco,
J3T t. B. l4frtliB Solicited for all
ffn PablUbrd the rclficUat,theS adairh
IUi4i, Pal J -!., J!fUaa Port. P.ia ini i.
rl4. Japia, Cklaa. ew Zfa!aol, the .Utrallaa
Calaalrs, tit Fatrr State aoJ Earope. Tile or
aearlj tierf epaper Patllhed to the Parlflr
Caai.1 art kept Caataati) ao llaad, aad all adier
tler art allaweJ Fret aee-4 ta them dariar Ea-1-
natM. Ti nunc comuf.kci il i fu-
T1SEZ li lept aa flit at the Office af L. P. FISHKE.
TR10E .I0UU.U k EXrOHTEU !
X" xt o
xt o as
liilzli B87i6?r i General Prices Current !
Pahohml Monthly, an.: in (. la.lif-n.hle
urrbav'r .f Oinlinentl U .!; iea Wbolp.
ml rrtr, arvl l)nnBl all"l, of
Wine. Bramlur. Preera rroUUoa, Fancy flmti;
Millinery. lr- M..tiila. !. l'f-(rin.
Ptotett r. Wli-hr. I.'lork RU A la liluxi Jewelry.
B an.l i'h-iea. r-rtumery. T-v. 'U.r.
Phudirraphte ami Print inir Mt-rUla
actvtit du anl M tiwtrumn:. ttnt. OteoveV,
Phariaeiillrl rTept4r4iin. ?iti.mery. S-t.
Jliik. tmlle PiMnta. Pper lluinii, tc , Kte.
AIo Pfh ea Care-nt J Pm. are. Mrk-t Kr porta. Notice oo
Iailunirial Xoaelitiea. Ird Inll:itffce, etc.
A.NSUat. l RjK;RIPrnNJ 5 f"C Pvll Cnioa, aa.1 t
tu otbr Coontrw.
M xwy ae!-r payable t- iirnR iK W.tTI R PriaorLn-
4c a. o the nuiane In any fctal eurrney or pjt.ije
XT 1P1IU I.K rt EHH REKl JiEII. 'a4
..r. The rRkCH TRIR JiiI'RNaL A REORTER.
If It. Rar ile Cbbrol. ParU. t'ranoc.
Beale and Howard Streets,
MAN FSANCIfCO, CALIIORMA
W. H. Til LOR. - - " Present,
IN ALL ITi BRANCHES.
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
lllii Prepare ar femptan.
TE1 VKWKI." ' " ba ,,t 'V'Jftt m,lU
BaUa af Wuul, Iron ; C'.aipoa'e-
O R D I A K IT K U I cp an.1 a ..ble.
YSaM I AlfllF. Brra anl .u.ta Tue. eon
1 AC' II l" V: K "d- aff r t l I ' ' u'
i.-JI B. utr -ra c.ote, ib.r--.th.
IVA-Tru PIHF.af rUHler or .bet Iroo. f any t.ae.
ad.laa.tablr rtta''""'" ' ,V,, lobe
veunt on In (rowxl.
Trauii R.rt.- M.cf...ery. itt .,l.y f
fa aaparto ti' hanU .
au IVOR M. ""'f " t'C-1""- Wi'"'h
F, J; Wk.' par-... bu.l. with ta-rea.a,..e. ;.' '
Mono?. V- " V""
iUtT, Worthingwo tuple M' '"-P
10 JmillMTS, PUJTERS, ETC
ja.mi; i)i . iKK( inr, i;i.am;ov,
rfrVrTiik- the fjurrU and Mjnie..i of all kind ol Br-l-i-'i
i.-t C I .i -ti t 1 !. '-J s l t" receiva Order..
i i4t'i -nd-f lr-:.n o.irJ t i.ipi-iii -rl ta Kur..oe, or
delivered ex (I.u: wub duty .r haver', account) al
ii'M.wlu u ?i.clj l kr tuv I acrcuiuuej by reaiiluce.
l f: tu Ltt.a ur ."u rrrlo ; or h. will draw at SO
;. .ht ir.t co5riiil rie-lii. fram ilonolu.u Banker,
3r oiLerwi-e. to iai! In- Cnencuce of buver
MK-.-Hi MM a IRWIN Co., Honolulu
11 iN W L. OREK., llonolu u.
II-jV J.i. WALKER. Honolulu.
THE AfiRA BANK. (Limned . Loo.loa
ZSnSW OPENING ! !
FASHION STABLES I
N. :l (' Si., aril Nw. 2 Eaflww
C... mmm S: 03 flwtel St.
Express Nos. 7. 9, 32, 34, 53. 91, 193.
First Class Horses and Carriages
To K'nl al any Hoar of the Day or Nigh:.
All Orders Promptly Attended to-
Trlrahai- Na 148.
Teraaa Kr avaai kle.
Psrilrular attnia pil to Boarding IIor by ibe bay
H.k or Month. oct
JAS. G. HAYSELDEN,
ARCHITECT & BUILDER,
IIOIVU.L.TJ. II. I.
Deia.il Drawings !
M.lc no spplicilico and at tborl Doric.
Estimates Given on all Work
Connrrteil ailb the
Wbnbrr il be in
IRON, STONE. BRICK, CONCRETE.
BRIDGE OR WOOD WORK
Wul Ti.it any part of the other lalamla to ESTIMATE
ami bit AW PLAN for propoaed
Mill Works, Bridges or Residences
Modification of Old Building a Speciality.
First Class Work Guaranteed
CHARGES MODERATE !
ADDKKa: J1S. G. IUYSELDEV,
Care of Architect Builder,
d O. Wilu Co., Uooolulu. II. 1. do28 ly
TO THE PUBLIC !
TK II.1VK RECKNTLl OPENED THE
premioea at No. I H Nuuaou tr-et, intending to carry
oa baaiucM aa
PLUMBERS, GAS FITTERS
Our Ion experirace aa MECIIANIO warrapU aa ia -ing
lbt oar oe Tenlnre will meet a waul long fell lo Ibia
All Orders we may be Favored With,
Attended to under our own Personal
ADfi eeoteJ in a tboroogh, eanpeleul and workmaolika
avanner. oo Ibe moat approved eatiitary rrtocipiea.
BY STRICT APPLICATION to BUSINESS
ME TRlr TC MERIT A
SHARE OF PUBLIC PATRONAGE !
Ao.1 we han at all thneaeodearor to fioar Patrooa
the anno aaUleUoo. boUi io per lection ol
Work and Modrrle Charged.
ZXouMoi fcla.lr Job -w orli.
B1TIH, W1TKB CLOSETS, WlSrJ BOWLS, Etc.,
always ox- uad.
Fpeciit Attention leo lo the Siting Bp of the 8PRINO.
FICLUUA4 MAC II I N R.
BROWN at PI1IL.I,IPM.
- - tfla.ai W,tm ami 17r)tntr ftlTI UKtf .
a -.. - v t i Kan m 4o. No. 18 !ittunn l. dc3 3a
" l ""
A BTcw Depatrture !
r a 1 1 1 I .i i.ni .i t.i' " . . , .
........ . . . r. iiL-ns Til INFORM
I a i riirrau ana rm"". T
prnnw. oo Fort .lieet. rear Loca' Planing Mill, and baa ra
rnoeed lo a
Large and Commodious Premises
Especially built bin.
On Iiilxviieu. Street !
B .rk of tbe Cbloec Tltre, and nt to Latne'a
Varrh' ne. where be baa every facilitiea to
Carry on His Business
Boat Building and Repairing 1
IX ALL If. BRANCHES.
-V ur TiTiiicl ol" Boat
MAlK T-i OLDER ON rllDRT NOTICE.
Repairing Promptly Attended to
At MoJerte Ralta Thorouh Korkmanahip Ooaranterd.
nol'M-.m H. B. RYAN.
I her-by itlve public uotice that I WILL NOT be te-
.p..n-iMe t.. the public when they po elsewhere and pay
it! pri. r, IlEEtiRE . ailing at my New Store, i n Fort
Street. ( ampbell a new bulMln), here they will And the
l.reta..rtHiei.trf S..1I.I Walnut aud LOW PRICED
riirnlture. 1'arL.r Stt. Ixmngea. Mattraeaea. A
I'ian. i. an.l ork'an an.I every deacnptioB of MuaKal
,o.r.ha.i.li-e. rainttn. EuKravlus. Albrotypea
t brotuoa. Mvltoe. he. Pi. ture Frame. iua.le to order
All klu.U of I'u ture Frame and Cornice Moulding.
llra-ket-. Hat Kat'k. Wltatnt. Moalc Standa. if., at
t-rtcea hitherto nuknown in Honolulu.
We al have the Three Lea.lintf ?ewln(f Machines.
ST. JOHN ! ST. JOHN ! ! ST. JOHN ! !
The only machine runuintr bth without rliang
iriir the direction of the work.
M KINtiFir.I.I)! SI'KIxr.HELI!! SPRINGFIELD I
AMERICAS ! AMECI'.'AS ! ! AMEP.ICAS ! ! !
The lar;-!.t au-1 bent ajortiuent of Kotxla (per-oujlly
f.ele. led) f..r tbe holiday trade. 107 Fort St.. Honolulu.
4btH JAPANESE DECORATIVE FANS
at U ELLS' Ml'sIC STOKE lo7. 113, and 113 Fort t-U
3 00 KII Ac OO.,
C'tairr Earl A- llwiel airrrla.
Are Constantly Receiving New Additions
FINE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK
fancy odoD'. silks, satin.
I.iC'ES ... EMBROIDERIES.
Following are a few of the Leadine Lines :
Ff-nrh. r ni:lib and Am-rican Silk in ail 4urB,
i h.n. -11. io all col-ra. pongee rik.
iiU' Ponitee ?lk fbirl. Fine !ilk L'ndrrhirta,
Lin.n l.aan. Iw Muiliui, rUlgioce.
I.lu" fine I'tulrraear.
FILL Ae.-IIRTUENT OP
Men's and Youths' Clothins, Hats and Caps.
K M.M I1S AT WW FRICEN.
JUST RECEIVED per DISCOVERY
Foil- and Tinnmi"..
LaJie.' Fancy Ne ktie., all color. ,
MCr EliTn ky ee.ry t aner ran aell rry low;
bite lire. Ood a Ladiea.
.,.rfin-nt ..f Fii.e IUn.Uerrl.ief. for I liriUma.
Other Ihriatiii.a Uooda.
?pin QiiM'k HarKiiiiif !
A lh, ,h.e are be.of .1 the er, WWMT MA
KETRATE. (aei; M) wi BI1 CO.
...JANUAIiY 21. lsvi.
The Chinese Classics.
CONHCIIS AND MEXCIt'S.
We continue extracts from the saying of
these distinguishetl Chinese sajf :
" Ke Loo asKed about serviug the spirits
of the dead. The Master said : While you
are not able to serve men, how can you
serve their spirits ?' "
"Tze Kung asked which of the two. Ze
or Kung, was the superior? Ze goes be- j
yond the due mean, and Kung does not i
come up to it. Ze must be the superior. !
The Master said : To go beyond is as wrong i
as to fall short.' '
Confucius said : "Behold Huys. He has j
nearly attained to perfect virtue. He is ;
often in want. But there is Tze who does !
not acquiesce in the judgments of Heaven '
(celestial powers), and his gonJs are in-
The above is a reminder that the believers j
are not always the prosperous ones in this
Now follows a remarkable sentence, to '
be uttered 2,W years ago :
" What is called a great Minister is one '
who serves his Prince according to what is j
right ; and when he finds he cannot do so :
he retires." Chap. 3.3.
"Ordinary Ministers will always follow j
" Yen Yuen asked : What was perfect
virtue?' The Master said: 'To subdue
one'8 self, and act rightly.' "
Again, Chung Kung inquired about per- i
feet virtue. The Master said : " It is, not
to do to others what you would not wish J
done to yourself." The golden rule uttered j
by the Mongolian sage. ;
" Ze Ma Niew spoke about anxiety and j
fear. The Master said : When self-ex- J
animation perceives nothing wrong, what !
is there to fear ? "' j
"Tze Chang asked what constituted in- j
telligence. The Master said : 4 He over i
whom neither slander that gradually soaks
into the mind, nor statements that startle
like a wound ia the flesh prevail, may be
called intelligent indeed. Yea, he with
whom neither slander nor startling state
ments prevail, may be called far-seeing.' "
Tze Kung inquired about the requisites
of government. Confucius said: "The re
quisites of government are, that there be
sufficiency of food, an efficient military
force, and the confidence of the people in
"Tze Kung asked: 4 If it cannot We
helped, aud one of these must be dispensed
with, which of these three must be forgone
first ? ' The military equipment,' said the
Tze Kung asraki asked : 44 If it cannot be
helped, and one of the remaiuing two must
be dispensed with, which of them should be
foregone ? " The Master answered : 44 Part
with the food. From of old, death has been
the lot of all men ; but if the people have
no faith in the rulers, there is no standing
tor the Btate."
"The Master said : 4 If doing what Is to
be done be made the first business, and
success a secondary consideration is not
this the way to exalt virtue?'"
44 Fan Che asked : What is benevolence ?
The Master said : 4 It is to love all men.'
What is knowledge? 'It is to know all
Confucius said: "The superior man is
afCible, but not adulatory. The mean man
is adulatory, but not affable."
44 The Master said : When good govern
ment prevails in a State, language may be
lofty and bold.' "
44 Heen asked : What was shameful ?
The Master said : 4 When good govern
ment prevails in a State, to be thinking
only of his salary ; and when bad govern
ment prevails, to be thinking iu the same
way only of bis salary.' "
" Who is a complete man ? The man
who, in the view of gain, thinks of right
eousness; who, in the view of danc-r, is
prepared to give up his life ; and who does
not forget an old agreement, however far
back it extends. Such a man ma;, be
reckoned a complete man."
44 Tze Loo asked how a sovereign should
be served ? The Master said : 4 Do not im
pose on him ; aud, moreover, withstand
him to his face.' "
44 Tze wrote these counsels on the end of
44 The man of virtue will not seek to live
at the expense of injuring virtue. He will
even sacrifice life to preserve virtue com
plete." The above was Roman principle about
the same period of time.
" The superior man is distressed by his
want of ability. He is not distressed by
men's not knowing him."
44 What the superior man seeks is in him
self. What the mean seeks is in others."
44 Want of forbearance in small matters
confounds great plans."
"Ts'e had a thousand teams, each of four
horses, but, on the day of his death, the
people did not praise him for a single
virtue. Shuh died of hunger, and people
down to the present time praise him."
This is like the case of Camoens, the Por
The Master said : 44 1 hate these who pry
out matters, aud ascribe the knowledge to
their wisdom. I hate those who make
known secrets, and think that they are
straightforward. '' These words are as ap
plicable to-day in Honolulu as they were in
China 2400 years ago.
We commend the following declaration
to careful consideration at this time :
4 The declaration of the Prince of Tsin :
4 Let me have but one Minister, plain aud
sincere not pretending to other abilities,
but with a simple, upright mind, and pos
sessed of generosity, regarding the talents
of others as though he himself possessed
them ; and where he finds perspicacious
men, regarding them in his heart more
than his mouth expresses, aud really show
ing himself able to bear them. Such a
Minister will be able to preserve my sons
and grandsons, and black-haired (native)
jieople ; aud benefits likewise to the king
dom may be looked for from him. But if
it be his character, when he finds men of
ability, to be jealous and hate them ; and
when he find accomplished and perspica
cious men, to oppose thena, and not ajlow
their advancement, showing himself really
not able to bear them ; such a Minister
will not be able to protect my sons and
grandsons, and black-haired (native) peo
ple; aud may he not also be pronounced
danyerou to the State?"
Tue subscriber of $02,500 for tbe relief of the
aufferera bj the Vienna Theatre fire is a natural
ized American citizen named Goettel.
Lokd Macaclav's. IUddlk. The folk wiui; rid- I
attributed to Lr.l Mai-.i'sliiy. was iuliiL.I ;
iu thf tjtcuHan Oastt'e in lsTt. anl it -as
ht.itt-tl at tht- tlluf. that it L.nl aj'i:iTnl in a
jrmt uiHiiy Kn;ih ;ml Ann rie.in j;iin:t!-.
Lh1 i-T livt-n anuvr-l. Avails tL- ri-1 is ;
rei-ittfl. as w' in an Kastt ni jyiunu!, ai:l !
th statt-iii.-iit nia.lt- that it has lit v r h.- u an-
sw-reil. However, thf ,"i.Aou f ApiilT. 174.
iih!ishfil an niiu-, i, w'uk-h i ivi u ll w :
A Ridrflr I hHrar.
Tbt followiaic citaraile i attrituta t.i L-T.t Mnly.
' We presume aome of our reader will Vw able to .'lve it
Come, let il l.iok at it rliaiely ;
It' a very njly wont.
Ami one that make u hitd'ler.
Wbenevt-r It i h-arl.
It way not be alway. wi.-ke.t :
It tuUHt be alway sa l ;
Aud pak of sin au l s:itfrrin.
Enongh t make i ne mai.
I hey a.y it is a . oinp .uii.l wurj.
Aud that in very trua ;
And theu they decotupoHe it.
And that they're free t i do.
If, 'f the dozeu lett'-r
We take off the first three,
H e have the nine remaiuing,
A nail at a.l can tie.
For t!iouth it " -ems t m.ke it le-n.
In tact it iu it more.
For it take the brute creatiou iu.
That waa lett out before.
Inntead of tUrtr aud nine.
Let u make It four aud rijh'..
You'll ' it makes uu Jiffereu. e.
At leant uotie very great.
But only see the consequence :
'l ia all that need, be done
To change tbi luaa of aaduesi
To unmitigated fuu.
It clear aword. and piatol,
And all those horrid weaiou.
By which men lose their live.
It wake uatious' Voice ;
And now, uioHt joyfully ia heard
The native aouud of Kladuess,
Compressed into one w ord
Yea four and eight my friends,
Let that be your, and miue.
For all tbe host of demon
Rejoice iu three and nine.
Aa.wcr la Lrd M.m.Ui'a Riddle.
The riddle of Lord Macaulay
May seeut to you absurd ;
But we did not have any worry
Iu luakiug out the word
Iu thinking of sad, Rad thiug
We thought of a Koiuau daughter
And how that a woful father
Sot wicked but driven wild
Tu save the honor of a child
Did a deed of mnnslawjhter.
With a dozen letters! traced
Thi word that is go sad ;
Aud if the first three are displaced
There ia one that is twice as bad :
The work of Jew iu promised laud
When man and beast fell by his haud
But if just four you take away.
It in fuu that yon are after ;
liecause then you plainly say
Let's have moa'r Umylttrr
The Torture in China.
How the method of torture is used in the
Central Kiogdoin way be inferred from the fol
lowing translation from the Pekin Gazette of a
Kepori on certain abuses in its use. it will be
noted that the objection taken by the reporting
officer is not against the brutality disclosed, but
merely against tbe use of forms of torture not
recognised by law :" " September 2nd. 1. The
censor llovi K'o-kung brings to the Imperial
notice the nature of the judicial procedure at the
Office of Geud.trmurie. The preliminary hearing
ol uny case, whatever may be its gravity, is en-
trusted to the hired clerks of the office, who give I
in their report to the secretaries wben these latter
arrive al tho yamcn, which is seldom before 4
o'clock in the afternoon. Of the two rooms pro.
Tided for the detention of prisoners or wituecce
in any pending suit, that labelled No. 4 contains
a bucket and a rope bed, and No. 5 a bucket
emitting a . moat onensive emeu, anu a n-any
warming with vermtn. ine men who are so
unfortunate as to be confined in No. 5, what
with the damp and stifling atmosphere and
tbe horrible stench, despair, on entering,
of being able to endure their sufferings for
a single day. In tbe hearing of any case
before the Secretaries, a queue of twisted hemp is
wound tightly round the prisoner's loiebead, and
be is made to kneel upon chains this method of
examination being styled the slow prucces of ob
taining evidence, and lasting, as a rule, six or
seven hours, throughout which time the ques
tioners appear utterly indifferent to the pain the
prisoner undergoes. Memorialist will take one
case as an lllustrutiou. A certain Sun TO-ch'iiig,
a youth not twenty, has been the victim of a plot
eutered into by Chiang Tuan-mu and a cashiered
eunuch, who have forged u document purporting
to be uu acknowledgement of a debt of tls. 10.000
odd due to them from TO-ch'ing, whom they have
indicted at the Office of Gendarmerie, 'the case
bus been pending for eight months, and, during
tbe course or his examination, the unfortunate
man has been subjected to severe torture no less
than thirty times, not reckoning the lorm of tor
ture known as ying ko chia, and that which c in
sists in being made lo kneel on chains. He bus
tainted frequently under his sufferings, und his
lile lias been deepuired of. All this has taken
place in open defiance ol two laws one of which
forbids the excessive use of torture during the hot
weather, and the other of which provides that
the bearing of no case at the aforesaid yami-n is
to extend over forty days. Memorialist begs that
the Board ol Punishments may be directed to in
stitute a thorough inquiry into this cure, and
that the Office of Gendarmerie be lurbidJcn to
use forms of torture not recognized by law.
Decree has appeared."
wlncb you have been bo loug in quest.
the very tiling you Lave most denired, too
trouaera real brocaded silk trousers ! The
London World describes the new 6ilk dress as
lollow : " I hud heard and rend of the Ludien'
Drees Reform Ast-ociation, with I lie Vi.scouniesd
llaberton lor its High I'riestecs ; but 1 hud no
idea tbe reform hud m de any racticul progress
ia England till the other day, when 1 actually
tnm)ilm1 t(ainst ladies in the new iarb in the
treets or London one in Bond-street, and the
other in Cromwell Hoad. Well, I am hound to say
I like it. To be sure, the ladies I happened to
see in it were both handsome aod well setup,
carrvinz themselves like queens. But really in
itself there appears DOthing objectionable, and I
tbe drees certainly contributes freedom to move- '
ment, und, I should imagine, tbe comfort of the ,
wearer. It is for all tbe world like a riding
habit cut short to just above the ankle, exhibiting
merely tbe extremities of tbe trousers. 1 must
mention them. Only instead of the dress ami
nether garments being in cloth, those I saw were
of a black brocaded silk etu3.that fell gracefully
and looked quiet and ladylike. Trousers worn ,
tbus, with a long skirt over them, are very :
different from the loud vulgar Bloomer costume
of former efforts in this direction ; and it is just
possible that the reform may spread. But to do ,
do it must come Irom above, elie society will not j
have it on any consideration. At the Ladies' 1
Drees Reform Association may be seen a epeci- I
men of this rational dress,' as it is called. In ;
this the trou-ere are made very wide, with a deep i
flounce at the extremity, which combines with '
the skirt worn over thetu. so that in all ordinary
situations no person could poseible tell there was
any difference from the present dress of a lady." :
MRS. HEWLETT, !
Medical & Surgical Nurse '
Orailuate of King. College Hospital. Lon.lon, Knglan.l. ;
Royal Lying iu Hospital, Etlinhurgh. collauJ j
RKSIDKNCK PAL'OA V A I. LEY Kllll), near!
Nl"DNL' STREET. J
VadJrfM car General foal Office. ocl5.3m j
E. S. CUXHA.
RETAIL WINE DEALER.
IN Tl.i; !.tJ: i-r
CI sIULnn ! ill MiMS. u. i .11 K( Ij tM' s iUl KX
ni'i -'.-i : :
!!'; A. Cl).
ED. HOFFSOHLAEGER &
1MI'ORTr:i! . M j .s(,
on an r..
Coru-r : rorl aU Merchant trr-t
Jin 1 si ly
.'r m .v . i v
MANUFACTORY and BAKERY,
F. HO R X,
PrArlirl Cu'ifV'tiiitier. took, jnj Ujkrr.
V 7 H-c.el s:re-:, hetwr-ii N uu-it.u aod fi:
j.n 1 t
A. M. IIKWKTT.
j Freight anfl General SMppinj Clerk,
41.1. Ollllr.liS I.KIT .41 K. 10 4VS AitUON
i uoou will K ra.nsiMu u ikmikuto.
PONTOPPIDAN, M. 1 .
111 Slt'l A N A M M li(;i.(l.
K llhEASES a risity. He!,-t,re and ortlve
H A !3T Fort Mitft i.,l Chapiain l.ii:ie (M' C.'iar' pure )
Ullii-e huur-, 10 lo i . m , hii l.iuir a. o-s v,ux'
MRS. J. SIMMONS,
1 K C 1 1 r K i K
llll'll lSIT,OIET.U lllSIf,
No. 31 Beretai;ia Street-
O. WALLKU, Proprietor,
nor vi. v uxiox tkvvts.
CHIOK'K M K I FKO.M TIIK FIN EST
' Herds. Fih. i'oultrv, eetnliles. c. iurn slied to
Older. Miiiiii sucpli il .-u ln.rl lu liee.
Jan 1 Si
IosIs B Cooks.,
I. cuts ICootiss aV Ileuses.
A. d dross
HONOLULU, H. I.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Kristiania University, Norway,
o. 12 kukui street, opposite the l.teuiu.
KKO.M 1 TO ti A. At .. A X I I'KOM (1 TO
S I. M .. KXCEI'T St'M.S.
XT a3" I C3p II rI" B SIj Ij. JOI
Ttf Of. j TVioTirriantc
! A " lUePCnantS,
w TAKE Tins orctsiov fF SOTIPI'
j ins ou'- "us'mes. c.m.uiun-.ty n.at
j & BILLS left With llie for Col
lection at the Closing of
WILL BK CIVEX 1'KO.MI'I- A TTE.VTIOX.
BOOKS 4Y1 41.TOIMS
UiUAVUK..' .il B.4HXCKD
FOR THE Oi'KNINT OK THE NEW VEAU..
ll-m-rul OUlce Work nllen.leil In at Mixlrrnle Charge, ilrs
pertlnlly. J. r.. WlfEMN.
ilt-lT -it C-inrai I'.usiiits Ai;. nl, 27 Merchant St.
H8 Kl.NU STIIKET. VKIt LVN'CU'S SHOE MToKE.
i CO P I G s E f lif 1SS I G DiimiECTS
j A M- -
'SPECIFICATIONS DRAWN UP!
.Merhnniciil i ml Sm vt-vor'a Drnaght
lax Do.!', iiinl l'luua t'uualrnrleil
I'rom l-'ti'lil Xoli'n.
KUKMII. IT.4 1.1.4 .V, t;KftIl, vl'AMSlI,
i'OIH I til KsE AM) CHI.NKSE.
'. T..ttt M! nnd lciimiiitJ
Written in ill'.- above liini;ii:ig .
IS .4 L.I. TRANSLATIONS (U'AKAXTEED
Iitlltl llfforiN Seiirt'lii-il lind
nol2J Ioti iin-il t !-i H.-icIwt4rrl. lm
W. G. BOEDEN,
AUCTIONEER S COMMISSION HERCH'NT
LADIES' .'.NO UKXTS' IIOitfKV.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS !
Ladies, beats' it lliildreu'.s Hoots 4. Shoes,
tiROCKKlKS AM) I'ANXKI) GOOD.
Hardware. Crockery and Glassware, To- !
bacco Cigars. Pipe? Yankee Notion. I
! ' '
; DATFNT rYlFniflNFS ETC.
1 rA 1 tH 1 lllLUll",C"3' j
SO. 'ii. AM :t I r KIlXT STIIKKT.
M 1 I. I r A W All.
uivia SO ly
Geiias? losts I
,T U ST iiEC TC I VFi 13
KX MARTHA RIDKOfT,
JV JTllXK LOT OF
7 FEET CEDAR POSTS !
Far Soii-rior to 1J.m1w.mk1 in all particulars.
d3i tf ALLEN & ROBINSON.
K V K NING CLASS K S
WILL BF. FORMED AT
St. Louis College,
For in-'.ru. ti. n in !h. v.irL.m l.r.in :. . of a
COMMERCIAL EDUCATION !
TKRM HKIV (K.MN HKK V EEh.
teudaore ou MOSDA V t EN I Ni, al Irom , U. 9 V M.
7 .Jt. JAMES DOSNELI.V, Principal.
?rX" 10 10 1 1 .-V 11
PORTABLE OR PERMANENT
t n f i l. km; Mi". i b. I'r.it i
W. I . liltKE.V ..r
ti M At K KLM: A '.
AC.-t.t f..r J.hn Foster Co.
IK' 2d If
KISTLER & SMITH,
M) so IRiTEL STREET.
Stoves & Ranges,
11 , SilKKT IUO WD OIPPKU UKK.
Keep Cuolaiuly ou hand a l-ar$-uJ fap ru.r Atmrnt ot
l.tHlMZlli IRON and I.K41I 1MPIX
1 1144 K THIS 11.4 Y KSTAliLISHKH MYSK1.1'
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT,
Dealer in Dry Goods, Hardware, &
F. D'A. MARQUEZ.
llO .M laO. KAl". HAWAII.
Au,-ut l'ilh, ISM. augZT.Sm
it i r r'EiT
Marueale I rban Safes,
Hre-proof. l ire A. liarlar Proof, & Burglar Proof,
smtiUrr izr.s ciiiiii.'y mi Imml.
Order for Large Sizes l ilted at Slioile-t otlte.
Old Safes Taken Iu Kxcliaue.
Babcock's Fire Extinguishers !
Platform, Dormaut, and Coinblnatlou Beam Stales!
XT Eur Price, .ml Circular, write to
:. O. BKKIiKK,
(eneral Aeul for the Ilaw.ilan lilaniU.
my 15 '80 ly
E. B. THOMAS.
BRICKLAYER & BUILDER.
1AltTICi;i.AR ATTEXTIOX l'Al TO
Srttme 8tem ttoiler.. KurnacrB. Baker . Oven, and
llange., and all kiml.of lleatini; Apparatu. Alio, Variegated
Concrete Miilewalk.. All Work entruMe.l to me will lie enecu
teti promptly, anil on reanonahle terms.
Aiiilres.thnmgh the Cost Ofllce j.n 1 81
Notice to Travellers!
MR. XI. P, WOOD
HAS IlEEN APPOINTED AfJEMT AT
TflAHUKONA and K0HALA
S. F. k IllHAlM TIIAJiSrilE fO.
OFFICE AT DR. Wlf.llTVS STOIIK.
ST Baggage landed from the Steamer
and Delivered as per Aaddress:
S. F. & HONOLULU TRANSFER CO.
T II 13
"Big Collar " Harness Shop
C . HAMMER,
8li KI.VU STKKIOT
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER!
Fiue Single & Double Buggy Harness
Concord and Mule Harness
Plantation Harness of all sorts,
Riding Bridles, Saddles & Whips
Currycombs, Brushes, Saddle Cloths,
AnJ every necessary fur .table u.e at
BEDROCK PRICES for CASH
XT Kepairing of every ilem ription il.'iie in the iet poible
nanner, wiih the bent materials, lit lnwrnt workmen', rale.
All Work Guaranteed or Exchanged
fear Look for the "Big Collar!"
jiil 81 t
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN BOOT,
.41 Na. Ill Fori Street, opposite the
IH ti I lieu ii SlnblfM.
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS ! !
I riMIKI'NDEKMUXKI) HAS JI'ST RECEIVED
J I ilirect from l'lii'i.ile.hia anj t'a ilurnia Manufacturer.,
I a very Huie-rior Amnrtnient nf
i Ladies', Misses and Children's Shoes
Gentlemen's & Youth's Boots & Shoes.
; IS GREAT VARIKTV.
ALL THE ABOE AT LOU PRICKS HR CASH
FIRST CLASS BOOTS & SHOES !
FOR LADIES, fiEN TLK.MF.N an.l CHILDREN.
GIVE CVTJ. !
CHOICE CAIFQRNIA STOCK
FOR SALE TO ARRIVE
SUPERIOR DURHAM COWS
12 Well-Bred Fresh Calved Milk Cows,
NOW ON HAND AT THE KALIHI RANCH.
.... ALSO .a .
THHUl IIE.1II PL.tATI0. MILES.
tmm l H itk i .4
. i -
li.W.t ,ri.-U..U.r I. H of CHO.CE
tT. II KAXi IIAKI.KV.
(-OKV Ktl"l KUI.K.
II tV. F. I
Uhlelioe ';l -,0a dS -B,",':,,, "
ALMI. M KAUKU'A.TWO II'
Putnam & Co.'s Spring Brake
Carts, Easy, Light and
and are a Math Superior U br UrJlnrj T-
herlrtl t art. UiM
li t an t) (Art.
XjjfVINK & CO.,
A iKW DKIMKTHKK
Al IUI.MI, YM. VAUF. E I'Kl 1HY.
PORK SAUSAGES !
Our Customers are informed that we
TO PAY SPECIAL ATTENTION
To Til It
BRANCH of OUR BUSINESS,
Will Guarantee to Please Willi Our Goois
RAUPP & SCHRAEDER,
No. N5 Hard airrri.
i in: iiM)Ei,si(2Kn
)KSIK('rFI'I.LV IN Kolt.M. TIIK !'' It-
i. Lit; I hat hey have puirh.mil the Clahlinhmeuf
INTO. 127 FOIIT Sl,
S. D. Burrows' Planing Mill
AnJ are noir r. reil to carry on l'r luitie( of
Conlrsicf oi'N V ICiiilflerM
Tnlr tli" rororiitlve Ilrlm of
PLANING TilILL ! !
127 FORT ST., IIONOI.n.r.
Anil Ihm hy atrii t atlenliun In tiuxinr.t Ihi y ill be war
ranted Iu reducing ptice. tu a .tandaril lhal will make il an
inducement lor all mrtie winding any wnrk iu their line tu
give them a rail, and th y will ue ih.'ir ln .1 endeavor, lo give
PUuIuk, Shaping, Turuluc,
Bnutl and Stroll Sanlti?,
Doors Sash, Bllnd,
Door and Ulnduw Frame.
BiarUts KHlluslrra, Slain, Elc,
Made to Ordrr
MOULDINGS te KINISIf
ALWAVH ON HAND.
J j- All order, filled on .horl untiee, an.1 JoI.Iiihk riM.tty
Moulding, made In any pattern without extra rl.artf lot
PRICE OF MACHINE WORK, $1.00 TO
$1.50 PER HOUR.
a;j- Order. Irom the other IhIhii.U prniiiptly llilet. I'laua
ami eriliratiofi. furiiintie to order.
V. J. II A R OK 10.
II. F. liEKTF.LMANN.
no 2 1 y
HIS OWN !
liy muling of the vehicle-i of the nation, of tha
Antique World, we learn that their chariot whecla
ere ruaileof soliJ Mocka of wood, nimiUr to tboaa
made up Ly the achoollio, of to-day in hi. firat
effort at carriitge innking ; arid it must be said,
nol withstanding the prripieHH made in the means of
locomotion in these modern tinii n, the primitive
"olid Dock wbeela are hi ill in ure in the wine grow
ing Inlands of the Eastern Atlantic, and on thtt
const of Africa. However,
M. .J. HOSK,
in hit ttaLlihment on King .Street, offer tha
finest specimens of mo lern art in carriage manu
facture. He presents the furthest leiiK.ve from tha
solid block, in the production of the moat perfect
combination of ligh'neh. and strength in Lia
wheels, and nflere the mont aurpriiing resulti of
vehicul-ir mechanism iu hi-i Hilinirable
.llnle Carts :ml
MR. ROSE imports the best of Eastern
timber, and executes all orders in the
most thorough, workmanlike man
ner. He has also opened a
and will fill ordeis for
Fine SinL' mu
.11 ii I e Harness
And si kinds or
As we are frugal in our style, we can
afford to sell cheap. You can go farther
and fare worse than by calling on
M. J. ROSE,
j noi ----- - oibui,
.. . iva. ib. hi a m kill1 4:invB.