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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, MAY 27, 1882.
LAIvS A 31 A X A ;
THE GREAT HERO af lie MALAYS.
7 WALTS 2 CTS2A7 GISSOIT.
Originally publMerl in the Hawaiian
language, and icritt'n rj,rr.inlly for thr
instruction ami rnfertainincnt " of Hawaiian.
U Ha fQ)
-Y. AV. 13 USTrl, Manager
OAI AND MIXED
TIIOS. 13. WVI.IvlIi,
Contractor and Builder.
PARTICl'LAK ATTENTION PAID !
to the at-uinx of mil kin.!s of MrAtu Buicm. Furnaces,
Oven and Ranter. Brirk or Mune i- hi.cue a. any :
hciaati Competition Munumen: and Head .tones, i
I marble or grani e. IT sstifactf y Keirrvnce civcn when
' required, idilrru f O. i.V)2Jif rjis 1 81 j
Combat of Laktamana with Spearmen ICesciie Uv
thtf I'riut;- l'uil.
Ltkaaman wu a willing cblar wben the
Prince Umb commanded Li attentiou. When
alne with the learned Guru he avmed dull and
tapii, an J did not want tt le urn. Bat when
the Princes apparel hi attention vaj aroutcd,
and he n ear to learn wh.tt the taught.
A.ter orue month L.kiui.ni cuull talk in
the language p-kcn at the Palace of ifm-urna.
II learned .Uo to write after the manner of the
ancient .Miliva. Pfr was not known at thnt
time l the peoj le of Nia. or to any m the eople
or the Milit Hand. They wrote on the leal of
a palm called the Jonfar; ,r they wrote
on f'leces ol mqooIIi haiuboj. AiJ they
had no ten" or ink. hut wr tc with a eii-irre-
pom leu instrument an. cn tel. eil certain mjra
Ur-shajed character upjii the tuiooili turfitce ol
the ln tar or the h iu !.
Lak-amana became rktl.ul in engr.u Mala?
character uin rieceaof bamboo. He .rureraoJ
rapidly in acq airing knowledge, and, alter a
ir, he began to stu ly the law ol rsia, and
earncJ the regulation ol tlie Court ol banftuiu.
Iltals uecaaie lauiili.ir wit'i the orginisitioij
and discipline of the army of Sin. It wu IT tub
who pruiopteil him to acquire all the knowledge
proper lor a greii ctuei to Know.
Lnk.-taoi m:i had 1 ng ceaed to he epoken or a
a wild wan. Me w.i quiet and dignified in hi
in inner. And all the people of the Palace of
Kin aapidin feared him all but the Prince
Cental, who -knew that tin man. n terrible to
all ot!ier, wu eira'le and playlul lilcj a child in
Iter presence. Erery day he liked hi in better
and better. She aw that he wa endowed by
Mature not only with rUrciiJUi, but also with
great courage and wiidjiu. S'ie had taken
much care of hiiu. t assist in hi training and
education, and had tell - much interest in In
behalf, that he teemed to her like a brother,
bound by peculiar tie.
Now, many of the 'un chief ot iia were
cry ji!ou or Likauiaria. They desired hi
death, because they feared that midio day the
Princes Umba would ite her lore to L-tkxamana,
n l not marry a chief ot Nia, who should e-ucceed
King Sipidin on tlie throne. They often designed
in their wind me wean to injure hiiu J and,
at a time of great festivity , they organized some
game for the dim i ty of ctrenth, at which they
planned for Likaaman to meet with accident, and
perhaps be alain.
On tlie great . occ.iaion. Kins Sar.idin and the
Prince Umba sat together under a rich canopy
of yellow ailk, fringed with strings of pearl.
All the ladie and chief of the Court were
grouped around ti e royal father and daughter,
and many thousand of people were assembled
under an iintnenee circular parilion, or tent to
witness diplays of strength or agility.
Thoe who took part in the games were etripped
of their robe, and only wore a breech cloth, like
the Hawaiian malo.
Firt. some famous runner appeared, who
made wift course round the stadium within the
pavili n. After them came wrestler, who
struggled upon the sand strewn upon the ground.
Next were leatere, who sprang over bar a high
a a x .
a a man neao. Aow the people became ex
cited, and wanted a moredangerou kind of play,
ami cried out for the spearmen. A band of stout
warriors came forward in two lines, or file
each man with a spear in hit right hand, and a
round brass shield on hi left arm. The spear
had blunt end, and, when burled by the men,
were received by the opposing party on their
shield with a great clatter of sound. But thi
kind of game did not seem to have enough of
danger to satisfy the people, for they cried for
sharp-pointed spear, and for brave men who
dared to risk their fleih and their blood. A
King Sapidin was anxious lo leae the people,
he ordered a band of the moat expert spearmen
to bring forward long spears eigM leet in length,
with a heavy iron head and sharp steal point.
Only five on each aids stood up to fight with
tbee heavy, dangerous spears. And now there
arose a cry among the young chief calling out
the name of Lakamana. They a-iid : Where
is the mighty il l man the favorite of the
palace, who is only fit for women lo teach him
to read and write ; he cannot throw a spear, and
would fear to stand before one hurled at hiui."
Laksumant heard and understood nil these
taunting word ; but 4e did not reply, or wove.
He watched tf.e countenance of hi beloved tuis
trens the Prince L'wba. For a while she paid
do heed to t tie taunt of the young chief ; but,
as they continued their eric, and had aroused
the attention of the people, she looked at Iiksi
mana, and pointed lo the arena wt.cre the spear
men sttod in array. Instantly Laki-awana sprang
forward into the centre ol the arena, and culled
for a spear. Hi appearance called forth a shout
of admiration Iroiu the Court and people. He
leaped with the ease and power of a lion ; and,
as he std up with a proud, erect head and
Hashing eyes, the people said he looked like a
god. He wn offered a shield for hi left arm ;
bat he c.it it away, and stiod with only spear in
band, and bade the opposing spearmen hurl their
weapons at him . one. two, three spears came
wbizziug past hi b-wly, he springing aside
quickly, or fending off the weapon hurled with
the one he had i:i hi hand. Still more spear
were hurled, but he fended them or caught them
in hand with the case of a skilled eladiaior.
After a time Kn bapidin cried out to the spear
men to stand on defence, and let Liksa::iana hurl
spears at them. The spearmen were ten in
number, and ten spear were placed at Laka
m i n.i's feet. One by one he threw the spear,
and they were all receive! by the warrior on
their shield ; and the young chief raised a laugh,
and said that Lakiamana wa only fit for boy'
rlav. and to make music on the bra discs with
. J . . - i i
his spear-points, iney wanieu u provoae inn
. ki .-! kr;.! tv
. n"l i oc ii t t.,:S At a i'hj o-l'.w rvi-u'.r r'.
t il V( lCO KtOt UKLl' FOR THE ITRPOSfi OF
OtR M t lUF.K
bjy.cr at t-ir tay-p ir, ir.liirf buy ia LAff.t iix3UiIe hxi any other dnler.
JP j Y CASH
AND AT THE sa.MK. TIME SECt RE
zii iSOHI Mates,
sr- tt (. iiH to f'jpplj ' rtt Frisuiu nil PiruC.- ai rrkr li.t will
Wt HaVE NjW O.N HAND IHK I. AEGtiT STOCK Of
WANTS D !
IT TO BE K.XUWX THAT !
J. WILLIAMS & CO., 102 Fort St., !
(Successor lo M. Dickson. J
ARE PREPARED TO DO FIRST-CLASS
WORK OF ALL KIND?
Special Attention given to Children !
WE ARE PREPARED TO DO
ALL KINDS OF LARGE WOEK J
MINIATURE TO LIFE SIZE !
Ink or O.l.
HVK JtST RECEIVED
T OICC of the CelrtrJ
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering I
of the follci
iug tit: I
II.VY, ,VirV AND FEED
lo wound a man, that
would excite the lury of
be would be killed in a
all the spearmen.
Laksamana now poised a long, heavy iron
headed spear in hi hand, and bade a warrior
Stand awaj from him ten paces. He held tlie
long, deadly lance uplifted in his right hand.
He held it easily poised, yet firmly grasped. He
swung it to and fro. and. with a shout and a
spring, be hurled the weapon like a thunderbolt.
It struck the shield, and the point bursting
through the covering of orn, pierced the man
in the left side to the heart, so that he dropped
Now, there arose a fierce shout or rage from
the spearmen, as Ihcy all rushed upon Luksamana
with their speais pointed at hi breast. He
struck down the men one by one with savage
fury a they charged upon him ; and several
or the young chief and warrior, who hated
Likaiwana, rushed into the arena with an out
cry, striving to overthrow I ita, and crush him
with the number of assailant. In tho midst ol
the ternCo me.V. a the mighty man with surer
buman strength, with a broken spear wielded a
a club, struck down hi foes as they advanced,
the lord Princes Uoiha eptang from the rojral
scat near her father, and, lifting np her beautiful
arms among the combatants, sought to protect
Lakmmana from the multitude ol hi enemies
At the sight of the Princess coming to hi rescne,
Laksamana tx-cauie terrific, like a lion among
sheep. He whirled hi club among hi foe with
fatal force and celerity, bruising and stunning a
man at every blow. King .Sipidin. meanwhile,
bad called forth hi guard, who ruled into the
arena to separate the o.mbatant. Laksamana,
being relieved from the pressure of hi foes,
rushed forward to the Princes, and. reizing her
in hi arms, bore her to the royal seat of King
Sapidin. and he, kneeling down, cried out :
O, King gie the Princes lo me, an3 I will
be your slave to serve you .and be in your battles as
ten thousand warriors." The people shouted out
wondenngly : Laksamana is a god ! " as tbey
beheld the marvellous hero, who had handled
men like a great dg would mere rats. The
people ahro cried out Long live Laksamana
and Cmba ; they will rear great chief for Nia !"
But King Sipidin was heavy-hearted when he
beard this, and saw the devotion of his daughter
to Laksamana as he did not wish that a wild
warrior, without known parentage, bhould become
bis son-in-law and successor on the Throne.
( 7V be continued.)
FOR ILL klVLS OF STOCK, IMir lit BP. FOl.VD AMWIIERK IS 1HL Clll. AMI
Pturi) TO ri'EMSII OIK FCirADS 0. TBF. OTlir.R ISLANDS WITII
CA.TR.GrO LOTS if Required.
SELL WHOLESALE' -AND RETAIL
anl rep-:ifii!i moVr-.t :l-r ir 'in iis S A I.I.EK DRl I. Eft tivh'.ra we ars prepared
to mikcp:Ul rte fjrn purchtsof over
Either la Craj on, ater Color. Inji
Pboion Ct-lorI. tie.
We empkiy FIR.r-CLASS ARTISTS, dolne work t-ou-l to
that of lh- tisst Galerin of San Kranclsccj an.1 -t Irntu-i.
A irett varwt of Nlard Vie. Loriositirv. Si.rlis and
Corai Iroui all part of (be Pacific. Hawaiian Mo'ac and
rrrna, Latrat Mylet ol ramrH. t ssepariouta cd Jiat coa
' siaotly on band.
TOT Chare reasonable and aatuT'Ctinn euarantscd.
frill J. WILLIAMS CO., Proprietors.
m H a..
Y OR GRAIN.
By prompt atter.t ion to the i:li of our luurrcai caaicir.ert we ho, fur a continuance nfibs patronage fdliberollr hestoaej
up-. 'i v In tl.e ; and it w.ll b-r car endrxTr 13 keep on band at all timra
raEl) OF THE 15 EST QUALITY.
Careful Attention Given to tho Shipping of Orders to other Islands.
AND PROMPT DEALING GUARANTEED.
Ot'lt MAN AUi it will :'.t ?a:i Fr.iiri-c.i bjr lh next au-amer to parchasa fresh supplies for our already extensive slock
an.l will b ? happy lo exit u'.-'any or lrr. fjr j(Otdi th it in iy be required by our patron
All Orders to be sent to
MAXAOER OF UNION FEED
IP Hilt ll HiL iJEX . , .iflYill d
. J. FISHEL'SPQPULAR STORE
ENLARGING MY PLACE OF BUSINESS !
Cornel of lTort and Hotel Streets.
DISCS OF m 00DS M. THE WAY
From London, iSTew York fc T3 li i 1 a cl e 1 pli i a ,
WISTT OF ROOM: !
M.j Full Assorted Stock of FASCY and STAPLE DRY
GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS
and CAPS, wdl be and MUST be sold li EG ASH
LESS OF COST.
ICT Call laiirly siikI Sccium yoiar Ilargsiiiis.
Claas. sT. jL"22LOl,
(,'tlifornht One I'ricc IS'tZ'ir, rn':ter j-ori ona jtoiei afreets.
THE ROYAL ST. JOHN!
A FEW- CFIOIOI
7J:i c !i i 11 c
.12 ;a d c
RONS EITHER FORWARD or BACKWARD,
And c.ntina? to vn in the ain- d rc!l ..
FOR SALE REASONABLY
J? O I:
S J L T
L W. 1MCFA1LI1 & CO.
jr xr; xs xs ' s
HEV f.lUSlG STORE
lOl FullT SrilEKT.
iotic to Travellers !
ran. n. p. vuooji
' II AS ItEKN AI'rt)!NTrD ACKNT AT
MAHUiCONA and KOHALA
AMERICAN DRV GOODS !
'.Imported Free f DalTi)
Ex. Am. S. S. "City of New York,"
and Am Bk. "D. C. Murray."
And Co.-isiMins; of a Large Assortment of
PRINTS &. DRESS GOODS
Trin'ei Piques, Lan, Topl ns,
Itroctile, Monicm, Silk, Fancy
II p. Handkerchiefs, Shawls,
Sp wl Cottun, Towels, Blanket
S. F. L IIO.MIU .TILIKFEII ).jfassimeres I
O V F I C E AT IK. WIIJIITS SIOUK.
127" Baggage landed frcm tlie Steamer
and Delivered as per Address :
S. F. HONOLULU TRANSFER CO.
e 2 tf
DEAL IB VH
White and Rroa-n Cottons,
Canloa flannels, Cottonades,
Coats and Pants of Cassimere,
Diagonal, Cottonade, Duck,
&c &c. &c, &c.
blanket Lined Suits.
hiie, fnc, scarlet, etc.,
S-jCks, L'nder Shirts, Drawers, vie
XJ" Fcr ?ale at Low Rate by
H. HACKFELO & CO.
AEW Ii01E0T TELLIXG THITII!
m aw vkars icn. it iiev i was av
1 M. apprentice in '4? ard '44, we ?h' boys used to Corn
hunt to" down on the Sou u Branch of tlie Karitan Kiver. near
Cull's Mills, New Jersey, bo one mghl we (racked n old
Coon to a Urge gycamore or lluttonwo d tree, we f und
where the old Coon went in. The hole was ahout one hun
dred and seventy feet from I lie grout d. " Hold on Rose, can
not you take on a lew inches ol that." Ao, I dn't tl.iulc I
can unless that Csril.ge .Maker that estah:ihed Cirm;.'
Shop in Kixhteen Hundred and S xty-flve in Honolulu
he vuiiies down four or fire year. I then wiil drop f.om .ui
to five feet. At any rale the ho c was so hmh that none of u
boys could get to it. We called on tbe owner of the tree and
he would not allow tbe tree to be cut. We heard the story,
and our blood was rtiried. iv we niuterel a puny of abou
Ofleen of the beat of Us boys and went for the oi l Coon. W e
were bound to have him anyhow. None of u b could
ciimb up to the bole, ao we were puzzled what to d lluxlly we
S'azed out lue bole where the old Coon was, so bch up In the
Sreat tree, and we not having the priiinii g enpadty o( the re
nowned Uarnl Crockett or the liiuaicil powers lo chxrm. ire
resorted to strategy. Yes, a Arleinu Ward would sty
ttrategv my boys. Three boys were di!piched lor a larce
bottle of petrol- urn oil. - Hold on Lake, we hd no petroleum
Ihem days. " I mean they went f r a large boll le of Turien
tine, and five boys went for the Urgent polos lo attach togetl.et
to rea'h the hole. The bitlle of turpentine was hung to the
end of the pole, and then rti'eJ up to I he hole, and thru. t
partly into it, we then took a shol gun and shot the bottle to
pieces, the contents ran down into the tree, but no Coon in
pea red. we than attached a lighted torch and rni-eil it to the
Then came a buat of thundering sound.
That Coon, Oh, where was he f
Ask of the d lines UmI leaped around
That bole, iu the old B-iltonwood tree.
lie Came tearl.ig out with a bound, -
At one awful lep. he reached the ground.
And found himself in ItOSfe'd cHlul', waere
We May Go and See
Those $icc Carriaircs
We Are Turning Oat All Kinds of
TOP PHEATOSS, BUGGIES,
Everything that Kuns on Wheels
ALL RI.VDS OF
OX IIAM A Mi FOR S I.E.
Spokes, Hubs, Felloes and Bent Rims.
IROIST and COAL
Having a targe Lot of Coal on hand, I am b mnj to get
rid of, at the LOWEST SPOT PRICKS. Also,
ALL KINDS OF IRON
Having a Large Lot on the way.
All Kinds of BLAOKSMITHING
DONE AT SHORT OTICE.
Artesian Well Worlk
la fact, everything thnt is made of Iron, Wood
ing, Trimming, Plating. lso,
ALL KINDS OF HARNESS !
Saddles, llridlea. Collars, llames.
I HAVE A CHOICE LOT OF
English and Ameririn Saddles. Curry Combs, Whips,
in fnct, one th u4ti'l Articles worth mentioning.
1 II V. V I S 1 LE LOTS OF
Blue jock and Carrier Pig-eons.
Nice Berkshire Pigs,
Brown and White Leghorn Ests. Three
Dollars for 13 good, healthy Fowls,
I also have on hand a Urge lot of
C2 A T FISH,
Imported by me at great expense from the D-l iware River,
rlncu I keep to G1VK AW Ai . Parties having Large Ponds
who wish to stock tbem with fish. They wi.l do well in
br.iciuh or fresh water. Anyone wihiig these fish will
please send direct to me, and ttiey will be supplied
Shops ou Klug st reft, o?. ., 7, !, M and S3
N. B- All Kinds of FISH NETS constant
ly on hand and For Sr.ie Cheap.
TO THE PUBLIC !
Any other slie will be ordered, if desired; also,
Drums, Vacuum Pans,
Triple Effect, &c, &c.
13 O sT E 1 E J L ,
We wiil rece ve orders f r tuis Valuable Fertiliser, w hich has
given k,ou saticfaCLory reu u ia tbe Hilo District.
II EPWORTH S
The Attention of Planters is called to this Superior Ma
chine, and Circular containing particular will be forwarded
on api I cation.
apSiin V. G. IRWIN Si. Co., Agents.
West t Page.
Shops on Queen Street, adjoining
II. Hackfeld & Co..
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS
Cane and Dump Carts.
ALSO, ATTEND TO
3E3IOX-S3 e - slio elng
Jill Order x Filled with Promptness and Dit patch
WEST AND PAGE
The Oldest, Largest, Best and Cheapest Fur
niture Store iii the Kingdom.
C. 'E. WILLIAMS, - - -
San Francisco and the East,
'it tarLcntins ELLA an. I ImiU I. V.
stioiiiiT LARGL 1'1I1I0N to liia
Ml' UK AY.
Importer & Dealer
IV ALL KINDS OF
Bar Iron, of all sizes,
SOLE AGKNT'FOR THE
Cortland Wagon Go,
OF NEW YORK.
TE HAVE RECEXTLV OFEVKI) THE
premises at 2io,
on business as
1 8 Kuuanu street, intending to cairy
PLUMBERS, GAS FITTERS
Our Ion experience as MECHANICS warrants us in sav
in that our new venture will meet a want long f-lt in this
All Orders we may be Favored "With.
Attended to under our own Fersonal
And executed in a thorough, c mi elent and workmanlik
lb am er, on the moat approved Sanitary Principle.
BY STRICT APPLICATION to BUSINESS
WE TRUST TC MERIT A
SHARE OF PUBLIC PATRONAGE !
And we shall at all times endeavor to give our Patrons
the utnio't satiftaction, both in pertection nl
Work and Moderate Charges.
ZXouso J Slxiio T ofc Woi'ls.
BITIIS, WATER CLOSETS, WASH BOWLS, Etf.,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Special Attenimn given to the fitting np of the STRINQ
FltLD GAS MACHINE:.
BROW.V V PHILLIPS.
Plumbers, Gas Fitters and Coppersmiths.
Opposite F. T, Leueban A Co.. No. 13 Nuuanu St. mir-l 3m
Real Estate For Sale.
Tiiree of tlie Above
FIRE PROOF SAFES
Slave within the last
3 months successful I v
Attempts of Burglars
Yet to have absolute
security advise parties
Havinjt bad over 23 years experience iu the Furniture Buinoss In Honolulu, I am p'eoreJ to tueet
the wants of all, as I have lh. Latest S o.-!i, tlie Lvic'l S yles ami SLLL AT LOWEST I'HICES. Call
and fee our
New Koa Chamber Sets, trimmed with. Kou !
Manufortured evp.-ess'y tit me In S in Francisco, under l'ie p 'rs m l suprrt'in:n i rf M it. C. T.. W ILLl AM1,
Clack Waloot Bonk Cases and Vanlrlos, trimm.il with Kou; l:;n V VV i!n it hid- b-ir.l, bureau. Cl.itT..nier,l
French Dressing Cses. Ued-tendr, ashstMinU, liuinoln, II :u'i W liiui Wnlinit lv Uvttnsiiin lliuing Tables,
Library and Parlor Tables, Uouqut-t Si iiuls, Maaic htan Is, !euk r'tainit, ic.
4FuH Isiae of Walnut Painted. Stained & Vamishod
Painted and Stained Sidelioar.la. Bedsteads, Bureaus, &., Dirng, Kltrhen, l-aloin arid Kide TaliUs,
Chairs and Kockers of every description, China Chairs and Mailing AU.. ,
A Complete Assortment of CHEAP FURNITURE,
Children's Chairs. Cribs. Crrd:esand Dcrks, Wall Brackets, Chronics.
Oem and Jewel rjulj.ni? Carr.age an. I Roetiai t.'tiairs, Curpet Cti;iir.-, Feather DuHti-rs, Ac. A Lrrpe Amtortment of
Parlor Sets laOunes, Pat. Bed Lounges & Sofa Beds,
Easy Cliairs, I'ateut Spring Rockers, lutet designs-, Ottomans, fnot Itexis, Piano r'lools, .VC,
A Full Assortment of UPJI0LSTKR1NG JlATE RIALS,
Comprising Silk Coleliae, Silk PI ifhes. Raw Silks, Cashmeres, Serges, I'aiiiasks, Reps in all colors and Hair Cloth.
A NEW LOT OF CRETONNES,
Silk Cord Tassels aod Gimps, Gold and Silver Picture Wire. Piorur." Nail, Cornice Hooks. Ao ,
Straw, Excelsior. Mom, Eureka, Huln. Ilm'r ami Feather Mllre a a it I'iU wj un li nil and mild to order.
CIUMI'ION MfltlMI He: OS I The biai in u-ej ill I .-I a liC- I in--. Alwi,
PINAFORE and THKM'IllM ilKI).' and WO V KN WlKK M ATI I'.K.-.-rM. a-iiid s -s(
8priog Mattresaes made to order, Win .ow rihaUes, Plain nnd Patent plll: Kulk-rs.
I slill have with me MR. WM. I) KW Kit I I Z. the uell-kruiwii rfan Franciaco I'pliolstorer and Draper, who
ha been with me for the past six nMiulu. and has niven entire atisfairtiun, having had lara rxjH-rience In Ibe finest kiosl tt
Upholstery. I am prepared to do all kind of work in hi line, in the b.st and lat.it at) le.
CURTAINS, DRAPERIES and LAMBREQUINS.
Also, Loose Covers rut and made in tlrj Latent iiyle.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF MIRRORS,
Mirror Plate and Picture Glas-, also, a great Variety of Fancy PL-lure Friim-s, card, c.lnnrt an I larger sltes Hi Very
Latest Style of Picture and Cornice Mou di'us. I'ii'ture Frames and Window Onrtiio'i niada to order. A lare variety of
BAB V CARRIAGES and KOIIKS, Children's Express Wngons, Carls and Wheelbarrows, Base Ball Hals.
The Latest & Best 'The Williams' Solving Machines,
gold only by C. E. Williams, IWIICK 35; also, Machine Needles and Oil.
$xawos iron sa.25 01? zzxnx: t
Tiolina,CoQcertinas, Guitar, Banjos, Tambourines, and All k:nds of Mu'icil Instruments alwsvs on hsnd snd For Pal Clioaper
than elsewhere. Violin, Uuitar and lUi j ) Miins of the Best Make, at 76 Cent Per Si t or 13 1-i Cent Kanh.
AIJIFIV A afTG aawwa1 ,,aVtf LARGER FTOCK THAN all llm olh.r Furnitur Dealer
M? JEA TT M? M. J mmmmmtn Honolulu combined. I huve the l!et Matlrras Maker and I ha B.
First-Cla Upholsterer in tlie Kingdom. Our Prices are the LoWKr and all wora fuaianlnd. Orders from tbe eihar
and promptly attended to.
C7. J3. vv 1 J 1 1 n 111 M , Honolulu, If. I..
Ofllce and Wareroom 111 Fort Street. Telephone, No. "JU. Work Hhop GO llolel Street.
NT) E T j
p Undertaking in ail its Branches
Thoroughly and atisfimtorlly atlendrd to.
Of all Descriptions and the Latent Styles of Trimming, Llnlug
ami Burial lubes s:.ij tin band
AT RKASOXAItLK HATES.
Office. No. Ill Fort Street.
mtr2S Telephone and Night Alarm No. 76.
with Tart), Garden and Outhouses, in a desirable location and
a short walking distance from the p mi office. It contains a
Large Parlor, IH .tag Rooia, 3 or 4 Bedrooms, 2 Pantries,
K lichen with Brick Chimney and has Verandahs at the front
and hacx. Also Servants' ll.u Btth House, Carriage gheri.
Stable for two Horses. Wood shed. etc. PKlCK L-ilV AND
TEKMe) EASY. A large portion of trie purchase monev may
remain on mortgage on the p emies. Title pertect and war
XT FUK SALE a Smaller Cottago, a.lj .Ining the
above, suitable for a Small Fam.ly, and :lil uuder lease.
Enquire of i
maxlgtf HUGO STAN'QKN WALD,M. D.
OLD SAFES TAKEN IN
For Prices, Cuts, Etc.,
GENERAL AGENT. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
FOR SALE CHEAP
ijj Enquire at the Office of
d&w mj 6 t ETawaiian Hotel.
GEORGE W. LINCOLN,1
Contractor & Eluildcr !
8G KING ST., HONOLULU,
DESIRES TO INFORM III FRH.XDS
and Ibe public generally, that he is now prepared to
accept Contracts for
Stores or Dwellings,
After AMERICAN. FRENC IT , ITALIAN, or O KK-
M AS STYLES, and from NEW IiKSIfilS, whi h combine
all the necessary requisite for health and comfort, in a warm
Orders Respectfully Solicited for
Designs? Plans and Specifications,
For Dwellings. Stores,
Public Buildings, Halls, Hotels,
Mills and Works of Every Description,
Wood, Brick, Iron or Stone Constructions.
I pledge ACCURACY aid COMPLETENESS in all res
pects, and will vmtanyof th IsKndi in person to examine
SITES, LOCATIONS, etc , upon payment ol travelling ex
pense. My arrangements enable me to supply competent men to
superintend ihe construction i,t lluiid ns and Work on any
of the Islaudii. Having f.ru;ed a baii.e connection w.th
one of the
Principal Mills on the Coast,
I AM PREPARED TO DO
First-Class Work !
AT MODERATE RATES.
XT One of the Latest Inventions for retoothlfg SAW3 ba
been brought by me from tbe Coast, and old Customers and
new ones, are invited to Call on me with their old an I worn-out
SAWe) arid I will make them as good a Dew, and at inoJerate
'IIIIV llt. ItlCOUO's Kit ION CM RR.
HI UtATIVi: IMI.L. A specific tor eahausiad
II y ri
j viliility, impoleure, physical debility, wat1 lores, etc. A p.
j prov.d by the Academy of Mt Jic'.ne of Paris and by the medi-
j cat celebriip of Ihe world. Aeeuts f..r California and lh
Pacific Hut., J. G. fTEEI.E h CO.. .'! Market flreel,
(Pnl re Mote ) San Frar.cinco, Cal. feot by mail or I press
sealed from bervi,t; m. 11. x i.rnfiy, fl 6) of 100, (2 75;
-f 200,15; r.f4';o. fS. SV.Sl) F()R CIRCULAR.
WO CHOPJC &, CO.,
Boot &, Shoe Manufactures,
No. 41 Xuuanu .tr.it, beiwc.n Hotel snd King l ,
DESIRES TO CAM, THE ATTENTION
of the 1. .!. s enp.-eiall) and Hi ui. lie (enerally. that
iliev are rn.w n.ak im fr.-m Hie very fln'-l and best of French
Kid li ..1 Import d flr.c L.ntli. ri.l all description.
BUTTON E0OTS, SHOES & SLIPPERS I
For l.i.iii. . (iirls and ('1.1'ilren A perfect fit guaran
teed nnd warranted to 'ant Dure lime a
long a. impiried sli'ie wear. Also,
MEN'S and BOYS' 6II0E3 and GAITERS
Made to outer from tl.e liest Material.
XT Our price, are 1,0 W Kit than are beii g paid for Inferior
imported liouts and cl.e..
mar 2i 3m
WO CllO.VCi A CO.
SPECI AI-JlUOTICSS !
AL.U PERSON'S WHO WISH TO I'CR
ehaae SPLENDID CARRIAGE UK
TO SUGAR PLANTERS.
Will do well to call on the undersigned,
Nos. 75, 77, 79, 81 and 83 King Street.
Where they will be shown THREE PAIRS OF
BEAUTIES presented to him by oar much esteemed Fellow
Citizen J. T. Waterhouse, Esq., In token of bis appreciation of
good work Dd honest dealing.
More of the same and a Uo of a different pattern may still be
obtained at his well known establishment on King Street.
Mr Waterhouse will please accept my warmest thank for
hi generous gift,
d myi 6t w m6 4t M.J.ROSE.
f3T I continue to sell cretons at 23 cents per
yard, A very small assortment left at Cns. J.
FlSHXLS POPCXAB STORE.
Having tested the Efficiency of
IMTEM WIRE HOPEWAV
I have purchased from Mr. A.. Ilallidl
The Exclusive Right of said Patent
EI si w :t i i : n In I studs
And hereby Kive notice that I m preired
To Furnish Material or Contract to erect
Lines of any desired Length or
Pai4ie, interested in the ransriortation of Sugar Cane
Su.-ir, I u 'l or Merchandise, Specially over broken and dim.
emt pround, are invited lo inspect Ihe line working upon say
plontat.on at Kealia. or the profile of the sam on view at lb
i tCceof Meaa.s. W O. Irwin at Co . Honolulu.
Any information will be rherluliy given by th nnderalgned
or by Mil J. M. TIIO.UPXON, lure Mori Irwin Co., who
will visit lo-alitie where lines may be demird. and make pr
profl.es and entimaus for the same.
Z. S. SPALDING.