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PACIFIC COM MM E R C 1 A L ADVE RT I SE R. MAY 20. 1882.
PACIFIC C O M M M E R CIA L ADVERTISER, MAY 27. 1882.
Will Eemain Permanently in Tune !
THis will interest HImXm vzlio con
template Purchasing OltfS of
tli esc Household Treasures,
JUST BEEN IMPORTED
HI MUSIC STORE !
A MAEVEL OE JXCKiLlUiSrCJE
As all will declare who have had the pleasure of hearing them.
Several of thcni Iisivc alrc:i2y Iccn Sold, smd lie
points Willi pride to his Customers who have
the Good Judgment to purchase a FINE
IIYSTRUxlIKiT. It speaks well cither
tor their Judgment or
THE I R O I FRAME,
ia entirely oew anl nvel, mo.t ul'tant!al in its construction, with three
. cross Lars, rendering it
Impregnable to Any Pressure Ever Brought to Bear Upon It.
THE T U BI I PJ G PINS,
which, when once placed, are
IJTERALLY IIi:i.fi IX
and tliere 13 now no chance fur the action f the ;itinosjihere to lengthen or
contract the strings, (as is the case when the j.ins mo insertetl in the wood
frame), and yet they have all the advantage of a wood hearing, and the pin is
firmly held to the very point at which the srii.ir takes old. This is one of
PCKTIRXT KK.M KK OF UX.V. HI" I.I. Th-. mi: ent ani.t. tlr PiiM. while exaniiu:.i Hie eka!e
a b MafHl'dUKK PIANt, Bwwt truthfully remarked I'nt tli- hi-tor-. i.r til ili-r Piat os ha 1 he n (lowering dit band at
aebvord). CT U'iW.N,
vr D VN,
Catil ih lnveotica of aar Eqoa,I sin( ?e il'. U h t l- to- ati et t'-l s'if I l-t that Ibf W itio, one of the most expen-
st asasicaJ iostrmats. was the aianel of all ( fail.
Sa ndier makers by any scle bare ever K-n alle l prralnre rian thai d d not m drpreviate in a fear fear that il '
sraMT Wd and Inapirtof tones rduilly gv place to a linn, airy ..iiT.d. rr.ih rii.g the P.ano almon intolerable to any i
GEO. F. WELiLiS, ITo. 107 Fort Street, j
Sole Aeat for many of the Leidia Pianos and Organs of the World. J
Send for Catalogue and Price List.
A rvEW ikpai5TUe:b:
LIVER PUDDING ,
J1D FEhSII, SEWLY3HDE MIK1 11. !
fork: sausages s;
Oar Customers are informed that we
TO PAY SPECIAL ATTENTION I
TO THIS i
BRANCH of OUR BUSINESS,!
Will Gnarantet5 13 Pleass witii Oar Goads!
IF TUEV - j
OIVE US A VAIAa !
RAUPP & SCHRAEDER,
'. 83 II frl .trrri.
"So family shoitld he without Palmer fc
Oa.'t Ginger Ale. apt.
je aasr W
BY GEO. F. WELLS
A GltASP OF IKOX
hut one-fourth of the tuning necessary
rr GONK. I
K I M A? o.,
Coiarr Krt A. !! I trrelt
Are Constantly Receiving New Additions
FI.1E AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK j
ZD r sr C3s- o o ds.i
r ixcr uoDii . mi h. s. i i.. j
,U'r ass KMHKOIIIKBIKS. j
Following are a few of the Leadinr Lines : j
Kifrh. r'nKli-h anl Aimrican -ils in all C'-tur;
Int. ?'lk i'i all etlors. Poniree I'llk. !
.i t.' I ..n-' r i;k Mi rl. Fine Jvlk l'i..k-rliirH,
l.in n I n. nn. y Mualtns, rJfinga.
l.a !i-' tne I is.l-rrar.
FI LL AS.-OIITMKNT OP
Ken's and Youths' Clothins, Hats and Caps.
ITLI. HI I ! AT KtV I'RICKM.
JUST RECEIVED per DISCOVERY
Friniff and Tri-i.mins.
I.1m-' rnry Ne-kties, all colors,
l.ace EJi! err Mnmrr- can sll rrv low j
M Lit- lres Gtfvta l-r Ladies.
Auortinriit Fine Handkerchiefs f- r I'lirixuiaa.
Other Christinas Uuoda.
Ooirie Ciuick fbi Bargains I
All th-abo are beii.f s-.'d at the Tere UjWfgT MAR
KLTRATE3. (s17 In fif KIM at CO.
H i C
Notice to Creditors.
rHIS IS III GIVK NO'l'ICP. THAT ON
I the loth day i.f Aril, 1S02. M;rhK-t Jiy. of llonunpo.
IaUnJ or Huwaii. Made and Kverutvd a Herd ot
Aseipnaient In the undrrsgnrd. ol all hi property, of every
name and t.ature." for tfce benefit of his Creditors, all persona
having in their poars.iin anv rnwrty belonging to the
aaid Joy. are requested to deliver up the same.tn the A
sinre. without delay. And all 'rditor having chums agaiuM
tbe said Kittate are notified thai thry inu-l be presented i n or
before the fiiat day of Jane next, duly authenticated, oih-r-wie
tbey will not be allowed.
H. F. ItOI.LKP. Afsijinee c,f M J..y.
Ilonolula, April 29, 1882 pJ9 4t
AT TII K ANM'AL MEKTIVU HP THE
Stockholders in the lionokaa Sugar Company li Id
this day. the following were -Wted officers for the ti
nning year :
K. A. St haefer. l'rtwideut
Heinrich Ilenjes, Secretary
Julius 'InttDg. Treasurer
l. Mcluerny, Auditor.
HEIXKICH KEXJES. Seeretsrv.
Honolulu. May 10. 182. dmll-lt-
Susjar Planting Copartnership Notice.
IK 18 TO INPolOl I.I. HERSMXS
I that we. J. K. Hanuiia, P. Kawaiku. P. Ku niikao't
(J. KapelHlM. I. K lino'ulii, J. Napualii and W. K Kalel-.
Lave, on this lit aay of April. A. I. 1182. resolved ourc.v"a
into a copartnership for the purpose i.f Planting t int at Han.i.
Maul, under tbe firm name of The Irucar Planting Cotnpain
of MokaenuL" lor tbe period of Twenty-Are Years.
myS:t TIIK fcCGAK PLANTINt) CO. of MOKAEXll
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
rtMIIK FIRM OP J. M. I.AVI.OIt Ac CO.
coiiKlKting of J. M. Lawlor ami Allan Herbert, is
this day dissolved by mutual consent.
J. M. I.AWI.OB.
Honolulu. May S, 18X2. myf. 4t
Saqdwlch Islands Posfape Stamps
Bocuiit vr o ckxts hkr noz.. mi
Hare Foreign Stamp civen in Kichane 5 tiniiHed
Servian stamps 10 cents. 100 varixtles rare foreign 25
cent, AOO assorted stamps 50 cents. Send at once to
I. A. VINDON. Dump Importer. 1. O. Box 660. Sydney,
N. S. W.. Australia. my 13 In,'
vkitiikr tiii: ;.pt.i OR v.-
EHS of the British hip Fiona " ill he respt.nstble
U'T a"y debti contracted by the crew hle in (his Port.
ap2 tfdfcir. G. W. MACFARLANK is. I.U.. Ayetita
THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP
OS TIIK SJAKAI
I Cor. King and Nuuanu Streets,
0PP1TE MOBSMAN'S, ND
ISicely rirtod Up!
Firsl-CIass Billard Tables
Have been put into llio I. RUK mid AlKY HK)M.
A. Choice Assortment
Tobaccos aiid Cigais.
Pipes and Cigar Holders, etc.
CURIOSITKS FROM Al l. PARTS OF THE WORLIi
O.V HAHU Ay I) FOR SALE.
of nil JjL.ixx cri r-t
K HiL.KS IS TO 1'KOIHTK A
VMIICII. FOR ITS
Delicacy of Flavor,
THY IT AXD YOC WILL USE XO OTHER
75 cts. a. Dozen.
C75- We I VITF inspec
tion of our Premises,
We will cheerful ly show
nnl explain Hie process
of manufacture of our
HIIOLKSALE iXD EETAILDUI (iCIxTS.
TOBICfOMSTS, AM) M1M FICTIK
t:US OF iKRlTKi) Af.lTF.KS,
60 Xl lMXt' STRKKT, II tl.VOI.LI.L'.
ap29 tf dinyl
r A very large assortment of fine while rn-t-mlroi4l-rif8
at figures never offered before, at
CUH. J. FlKHALH POPCT.AB STORK,
Monday May 22, 1S2.
The House met at 10 a. pursuant to
niijournmc-nt fnun the 1Mb instant, I'resi-
kiit nixxles in tliecliair. Praj-er by Cliap
laiu Kuat'M, followeil by tlie reaiiing of the
iijintiU jf !;tt meeting.
At the fiicIuioii of the reading: of the
minutes, and after their approval, His Ex
cellency Walter M. Gibson, Minister of
Foreiyn Relations and Premier of the Cabi
net, asked for the indulgence of tbe As
sembly to allow hi m to present, for himself
arid colleagues, some few points of the line
of policy to be followed by them.
His Excellency said:
li By command of the King, I and my
colleagues take our places here as Ministers
and advisers of His ilajesty.
"It will be our hope that the choice of the
Sovereign represents also the approval of
the community to an extent that ina3' assure
u a reasonable share of the confidence of
" We si nil endeavor to deserve your con-
The welfare of the people to promote
their health ami interests will be a para
mount consideration in our policy of
government. And, at the same time, we
will hope to prove that we will not neglect
any interest pertaining to the material
welfare of this kingdom.
"In our foreign relations, we shall en
deavor to compensate for the smallness of
the. State by active and judicious diplomac3;
and to continue to deserve the friendship of
all treaty Pout is.
" We recogni.-e the great importance of
our Treaty of Reciprocity with the United
States, and shall De ready to make all due
etiorts for its continuance ; ami, at the same
lime, we will endeavor to prepare the
countiy for the contingency of its abroga
tion. Eet us put our house in order.
" We desire, audaim, to promote adminis
trative reform in all the branches of the
44 We advocate increased facilities for
the transmission of information, and the
transportation of people and products ;
and shall recommend to you liberal expen
ditures for postal service, highways, har
bors, cable communications, and ocean
44 We propose to call your attention to
some features in our labor laws which may
44 We shall submit for your approval esti
mates in an Appropriation Hill, in which
we have sought to apportion the revenue of
the kingdom in a judicous and economical
44 We shall recommend a scheme of
immigration to promote the repopulatiOii
of this kingdom with families of races
whom we may hope will assimilate with
the chief population of this Archipelago.
Also, a scheme for internal improvements
which may require the negotiation of a
His Excellency Simon K. Kaai, Minister
of the Interior, moved that the Chief Jus
tice be requested to attend to administer the
oath of otlice to the newly created Ministers,
and His Honor A. Francis Judd, Chancellor
of the Kingdom, waited on the Assembly
and administered the oath as requested.
-His Excellency the Minister of F'oreign
Relations informed the Assembly thai it
now became his duty to resign the honor
of a seat as Representative from ihe district
Hon. Mr. Nawahi, moved that the rules
be suspended, and that the Secretary of the
Assembly be instructed to notify the In
spectors of Elections for the District of Ho
nolulu of the existing vacancy.
11 is Excellency the Minister of the In
ferior thought that'll was not necessary to
suspend the rules, as he believed the law on
the subject instructs the Secretary to take
..is Excellency Edward Preston, Attorney-General,
being called on for an expres
sion of opinion on the subject, promptly re
plied that by the amended law of the Ses
sion Eaws of 1S7G, the duty is cast upon the
Secretary, in case of a vacancy occurring
by reason of death, resignation or other
wise, to inform the Inspectors of Elections
of the District in which such vacancy ex
ists. He tlid not consider a resolution ne
cessary, the law stating that it is theSecre
Hon. Mr. Nawaiii withdrew his motion.
The regular business of the Assembly was
then procteded with, and the following pe
titions were presented.
By Hon. Mr. Kamakele, from residents of
the District of Makawao, Maui, that the
law relating 44 To mitigate" be repealed.
The Hon. member from Koolaupoko,
moved that the petition be laid on the table
until the introduction of a Bill on the sub
By Hou. Mr. Palohau, from residents of
the Districts of Eihue and Koloa, Kauai,
in favor of a $10,000,000 loan. Ordered to
be laid on table, ami be considered with the
Bill on the subject already introduced by
Hon. Mr. Eilikalani.
Hon. Mr. Richardson, from residents of
the District of Wailuku, praying that the
laws relating to fisheries be amended, also
that the terms of the Circuit Court be held
Hon. Mr. Aholo thought the petition
was not in order, not being properly en
dorsed, ami suggested that it would be re
turned to the presenter. Petition returned.
Hon. Mr. Kalua a petition from the dis
trict of Houuaula, Maui, in favor of nego
tiating a SlOjOOOjOOir loan. Ordered to be
considered in connection with Hon. Eiiiki
Hon. Mr. Pilipo a petition, praying that
the Assembly do not authorize the negotiat
ing of a i?10,0(R),tKi0 loan; and also that
the restrictions on the use of intoxicating
drinks be continued. Referred to the Com
mittee on Miscellaneous Subjects.
lion. Mr. Kalua from residents of the
district of Honuaula, praying that the said
district be made a separate taxation district.
Referred to the Select Committee of Nine.
Hon. Mr. Palohau from the district of
Haiialci, praying that contract liborer6 be
exempted from services on Saturdays. Or
deied to be laid on the table until the Intro
duction of a bill on the same subject.
Hon. Mr. Kaluhi from residents of the
district of Koolauloa, in favor of the
Sl0,oti0,000 loan. Laid on table, to be con
fcidered with the Bill on the subject.
By Hon. Mr. Pahia, from residents of the
District of Honolulu, that the restrictions
on fie use of intoxicating liquors be re
moved. Laid on table to be considered with
Bill on the subject.
Bv Hon. Mr. Nakookoo, that the sum of
$3,tHH) be appropriated toward building a
Hospital at Wairuku, Maui, and also that
the sum of $10,'00 be appropriated to pro
vide anchors and buoys for the iort of Ka-
hului, Maui. Referred to the Committee
on Miscellaneous Subjects.
lion. Mr. Xakalekt, that the sum of
000 be appropriated tv,rard the linking of
four artesian wells on the Jsiaini ot Molo
kai. Referred to the Committee on Public
Lands and Internal Improvements.
Hon. Mr. Gardner, from the District of
liana, that the pay of mail carriers in that
District be increased. Referred to Commit
tee on Internal Improvements.
Hon. Mr. Pilipo, from the District of North
Kona, from one, liaelo, praying that the
sum of S145, balance due him for services
as mail carrier for the biennial period
JS'iiJ-iiS, be paid to him. Referred to Judi
Hon. Mr. Kaluhi, a petition from resi
dents of the District of Koolauloa, praying
that the schools in which Hawaiian is
taught be abolished, ami that hereafter the
school exercises be conducted in English.
Hon. Mr. Nawahi that the object of the
petition was nonsensical, and moved that
it be rejected.
Hon. Mr. Kalua moved that it be referred
to the Committee on Education.
Hon. Mr. Nawahi said that there were
a great many reasons why. this petition
shou'd be rejected, and that it would take
up more,than a day to etate them all. The
Assembly now had under consideration a
Bill to make the Hawaiian the legal lan
guage of the statutes, the petition desires
to do away with the Hawaiian language,
Another Bill to be considered is that the
pay of teachers in common schools be in
creased. This petition docs away with the
schools. By-and-bye he thought some one
would iotroduoe a petition forbiding
Hawaiian to eat poi, and bidding them eat
Hon. Mr. Aholo favored referring to the
Committee on Education, thought there
were many good reasons m favor and
against the petition.
On motion the petition was referred to
the Committee on Education.
The Premier His Ex. W.M.Gibson, stated,
for the Ministry, that they were uuxin-js to
forward the business of the Assembly ; and,
although more time would hp desirous, he
moved that the House adjourn for one day
to.enable himself and co ieagues to prepare
the Appropriation Bill for "presentation to
Hon. Noble Widemann thought that the
Ministry should have all the time desired
by them; he thought one day was too short
Hon. Mr. Richardson moved thnt the
House adjourn for one week.
Hon. Mr. Pilipo thought the Assembly
should grant the time 'asked for by the
Premier. The members who favored one
week's adjournment undoubtedly desired to
take a flying trip home in tin 'meantime.
He tvas willing to vote for a reasonable
time, but thought one week too long; was
in favor of the short adjournment asked for
by His Excellency. As it was the com
mittee could not do anything ; the Finance
Committee were short two members now,
and the present Minister of the Interior was
the Chairm n of the committee, to whom
was referred a resolution censuring the late
Minister of the Interior. ; Laughter.) lie
was not in favor of a long adjournment.
Hon. Mt. Kauuamano was in favor
of adjournment for one week. He judged
that the Ministers were a little de
licate in asking for time, and he hail
doubts about that time being long
enough, yet as that was the limit men
tioned he would vote for it. He heard
chairmen of committees continually asking
for more time, and he judged the present
Ministry nquired a reasojiabN? time to get
their 44 house in order."
Hon. Mr. Haupu ws in favor, as was also
Hon. Mr. Palohau, both speaking for a
On the vote being taken the motion to
adjourn for one week was carried by a large
majority, the Ministry not voting, ami the
Assembly stands adjourned to Monday, the
(From the Daily P. C. Ailvrrtistr.)
Is speaking yesterday of the policy of
the Ministry, His Excellency the Premier
referred to the possible contingency of a
non-renewal of the Reciprocity Treaty with
the United States, and to the'desirabiity of
being prepared for such an event. Minis
ters 44 will endeavour to prepare the country
for the contingency," but this is a matter
on which the action of th. GovernnctH can
only be auxiliary to that of our producers.
Bringing in cheap labor, and plenty of it,
will helpto put -the country in a condition
to meet the loss of the special privileges it
now enjoys under the Treaty. The Govern
ment can aid in this, and has indicated its
desire to do so. And by judiciously foster
iug all improved methods of communica
tion within the country, and with over-sea
markets, it can assist in the same direction,
reducing the expenses to which our staple
products are subject in their transit from
the field to the hands of the buyer. This is
about all that the government of the coun
try, can do or attempt. The real business ot
41 putting the. house in order" must rest
with those primarily interested in produc
tion. By accepting the latest appliances, by
entrusting the management of their enter
prises to tried men only, by a study of
economy as applied at all points of their
periodical expenditure, our planters should
be able to place themselves in such a posi
tion that the loss of the Treaty shall mean
loss only, and not disaster, debt, and ruin.
In drawing attention to this matter, we
have no desire to assume Ihe position of
croakers. Our exceptional privileges under
the Treaty cannot last forever, but we feel
a good deal of confidence in looking forward
to its renewal, and absolutely no fear as to
its abrogation before the date at which it
wou:d expire iu a natural way. Still we
know that we are not alone in recognizing
that the contingency of quite a contrary
fate hangs over us, and we do not think it
well that that fact should ever be out of
our minds. If, as we hear, sugar can be
produced on some of our plantations, even
at present high rates of labor, at two cents
a pound and less, all that is needed to
enable our planters to grow sugar profitably
without the Treaty is, that they should all
44 put their houses in order " after a similar
Rces ut preckels-vilie.
FROM ofB OWN COKRKsl'ONnKJtT.'
I have to-d.iy enjnyed myself in a manner so
much resemo'iinji thut iu whieh one can in tbo
States, that I thought it might perhip.i 1-e re
gargded by yon as news, if communicated. Two
of ear numerous horsemen having, for some
time past, become possessed, of the idea that
each had the faster steed, there seemed no alter
native but to arrange a regular race. To-day was
finally decided upon, and a long, straight four
fifths mile course iu the outer tiield toward the
west side of this plantation, was selected. The
best two heats in three was the understanding.
The weather was everything we could wish for
the ocoasion. The hot rays of the sun inter
cepted by clouds, and a cool breeze fanning us.
The most competent men we have were stationed
att he goal, and termination of the course, to attend
to all matters there. The horses were known here
as the "Black," from Camp Xo. 3, and the "Bay,"
from Camp Xo 2. The appearance of the former
made him the favorite with those betting on the re
sult. The rider of the other made him the favorite
with many others. The first heat illustrated the
folly of relying upon the appearance, as the
Bl.ick and not to he induced to spurt, and was
rather badly beaten. About the middle of the
second heat, the girth on Camp Xo. 2 animal gave
away, and hs the rider could not free himself of
the saddle, the girth not being entirely stcured,
he stopped and allowed the other to piss in,
winner. The third heat was considerable of an
improvement on the first but the same result.
The winner was decorated with a beautiful
wreath. The aft ndauoe was l uge for this
place. The bet of order prevailed.
After this there was airangrd a foot race :
four entered ; twenty dollars, the prize ; eighty
yards, the distance. " A Hawaiian won ; he ran
very well indeed. After this, a free for all
horses" was arranged ; catch weights for riders,
four ran. A Black, also from Camp Xo. 2, also
won. A great deal of horse talk is now naturally
the result, and another race on the tapis.
May Hth, 1882.
FR05f OCR SPKCMI. I'ORRKSPOSOK-NT.
Why don't some one see tliat the trees are planted
about' the Parsonage groiuid.-. No place in the dis
trict looks so devoid of beauty.
' Kohals needs a cemetery, and thfc live people of
the district should he making a move towards se
curing a suitable location.
' We notice that the leantiful avenue letvveeri the
Foreign Church and Kaiihi lias lieen about
ruined by the traction engine, causing one of our
citizens "a fall from his horse, fhat mifjht have
proved serious. Where i our Jioad Superintendent
that he should permit the big plantation to destroy
What is this jietition pre.cnro.d by Mr. Aiwohi re
garding the appointment of a new (jovcriuncii:
surgeon in the place of Dr. Thompson V The
petition was only to show the great friendship of
the district for Dr. lfagan. lnf not to take attiy
thiiij; from our long known and trusted fiovern
uicut surgeon, who ha the coiuideiii.e of the whole
people. A large pe tition is now lx ing circulated
by the signets of the one for Dr. llagan. stating
that they did not expect or th-.-ire any interference
with Dr. Thompson. It will be- forwarded to the
President of the Board of Health.
It seems to all the liest jeople of Kohala that our
justice should either receive more- pay, or have
Jess exieoteJ of him. He jives the best of satis,
faction in his important position, and should rer
ceive a coiniH-nsatiop commensurate with his
duties. We notice that twice a week he is at the
the Courthouse from early to late distributing
justue, while he hihise.f does not by any. means
receive it. Give tis fair pay for our oftieers of the
Jaw. and we will show yon a district well governed.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
DAILY P. COHHERCIAL ADTE1IT1SER
FIRST PH1JB IE
HQIUSTER & 00M
Si AW1 B I A INK A SDN.
UlSlIrS TO INFORM TII K
PUKIulC OF HONOLULU
N ! Til K
TII I UK
Imports Furniture !
If U HSriTXJIiE !
sells Turn itu re i
Less than any Other Dealer
I N TIIK HAWAIIAN 1SI.I)S.
!iU Strum Powpr Facllitirs Coupled lth the Rrt
Workmen, turn wut Brttfr Wrt. and at 1.r
Cost than any other Establishmrnt. If )on
don't be-lifvr it
GO fc PRICE HIS GOODS
GENUINE KOA COFFINS, $25.00 EACH
Clienper than any other Moose la Town.
mr.alv J. II. URUNN, Jr.
New Store !
!DJcw Coods ! !
J. HOTO & CO.
I i.f. nil th'ir frioids and the general public that Uinr
Mew Furniture Warerooms
NO. 14 KINO STREET,
Is now storked l;ti Laofeand Vine Assortment of Fnrulture
Red room Sett,
SOUS, L0IXGKS, TABLES, CHAIRS,
f MFFOMKRS. WARDROBES,
DECK'S, . CRIBS, &r., kr.
AH of which will he sold at t trnrJinary low prices for Cars!
We ra niraciur to Order R'l kinds ni Maitreta-s in Hair. Ex
celsior and straw, un I have alo on band Feather,
Hair. Moi. urena an t Straw pillows.
Just leceivtd an Invoice t f ti e
Celebrated Non Plus Ultra
SPRING 13 TUX) S !
Cosy, Comfortable, ( heap snd CoriTenienf.
Window Cornices made to Order, and
Matting laid and tken np.
RetriKmher the address.
J- IIOPP Jt CO.,
dmy25 No. 74 KISfi STRKKT.
HAYING l!j: K.Vlf.Y ARRIVED FKOM SAX
FraiicUco with t!i intention of cntablishing
myself here permanently, 1 fake mtii-h pleasure in
auiiouiK'ini,' that I hr.ve l-ii unpaged by Rome of
the must prominent musical institution and lead
ing artist of thitt City in
TUNING & REGULATING PIANOFORTES
I am also prepared to adju.it all dc-fectn in the
inii imi' iit in the most urti-ulc and natifactory
ma mil -r.
, K' r iHTly iii chnre of the Pianos at tbe
vll-knnn CuHt-pe of Noire Dame.)
Anions the many 'le-riiin.iiiai.i feretved, I leg to
stihmir the fallowing :
Sas hevoi.r-, -Ian. 2It, 1HH2.
The undersigned, founder and Direr-tor of the Italian
Musical Institute of this city, do hereby tko pleasure In
certifying to the ability and fkill of Mr. Inidor Rosen
crantz in tuning and regulating pitnos. I furthermore
certify that he uas bad the cxi lusive tuning of the pianos
under my control iu and out of ihis Institute and ever
ha-f "iven the uiofd pet feet satisfaction.
IKSTiTI-TE SEAL, j
I 'OMhMt'O SPERAXZA.
San Fmsr:s( . February 20, 1SS2.
It t;i vi me much pleasure t;i ftnt- that M r. Inijor Ros
encrnni has tuned and regul.it d my pisno with (rreat sat
isfa tO'ii. My di.ubts as to his ability were entirely
dispelled when, after a most critical examination. I founil
the t utc-b and tone much superior to whs- it had previ
ously been. ).; (i KXIfj BIAXCHI.
Care Hawaiian Hotel,
or Palmer's Diug Store.
HAIR TCXFtlES. !
Switches, Curls, Sea-ns. Coquets, Waves,
Wigs, etc , etc
MKS. B.'RGI..aS keep on hand for Fale. a very select Flock
cl Invisible and o'her llir Pins. Invisible Hair Nets,
Crimping Pins' pinching Irons, Coronets. Ladies Pine
lllack Comhi, Drexsing and Fine Comb, Child
ren's Cllul id and Rulber Hound Combs,
Ilsir Hrosties, Hair Oils, Fine Qualities of
Cologn s. Bay Hum and Florid
Wier, Fine Pace Powders and
Ciunmelbne, etc . etc Also
Warranted to cleanse the Scalp aiyl Hair from all
r.AVFS. fOQIKTS and OTHER HAIR WORK t
Kedressel and Piped to Order, and at Short Notice.
XT Keiiietnber the address, 21S Port street, nearly opposite
the Fort flcreet School. Ts-l-EPUON E N UMBKK 153.
'8iaP3i-tf .MR. BURGESS,
W.rJES Ik UQUOBS
Europe and United States.
WINES, ALES ft SPIRITS.
AS 1OLL0W8 -
Hennessy Brandy, all Qualities
BOl'TGLLKAV BKANDV. all qualities,
M A RTEI.Ii BRANOY, aU qualities!
HOCVKK, GOl'LKT t CO. UKAIV. a
liOROVILLK At CO. BR A XI1Y. all qualities
JCTL.KS ROBIN i CO. BRA NOV. all qualities
II AC TKB A R t CO. BRANDY, all qualitiest
MARMIKSSK Si. CO. BKAJa DY. qosllts
JPI.K1 MCFRAM' Si. CO. -BRANDY, all
And various other kinds of Me
dium and Common Brands.
Cutter & Co. Whiskies, all Brands;
KKNTCCKY PiVOHITK WHISKY.
O. V. C. SOI R .M.4SII.
Ill K W IHk Kl ,
C A III N ET WHISK Y.
FOR TIIK CH.KIiR ATKl
CYRUS NOBLE WHISKY
ALL QL'AMTIKS ANI ACEP.
Also, Sole Agents
Reuben Earley's Whisky
From Lou avllle, Kentucky. Both Brands beiiiK well
known for there unsurpassed excellence
KBIT BRAXVTD GIIU !
In Ktnall Itotllea. Stone Jug and Large Squares,
I Ualloo Packafesi ,
Ilonlmnn V CO. IRIZK MKIIAL GIN, very
mooth and line;
Board Si. erlrbrnlrsl OII IOM GINT.
Walter' SCHIF.IMM am C II N A PI'S,
Daailrl Vi-xr t. Sou's rrlr krHlrsl "CRsV
STAI.I.ION" brnI rf GIN
For the Celebra-ed and World-Renowned
Sal.vatox Beer t
CASKS OP 8AMK IN PINTS AND Ql'ABTS,
Ooiit,iitly on IIilikI
Keeetved by every vessel from the Atlantic Porta.
Gr 3rt V J IS BEEK
ALWAYS ON HAND.
IIG I5ItAiI rOItTEK
IN PINTS AND QUARTS.
GUINNESS' DUBLIN STOUT !
I.N PINTS AND QUART?.
CLARET WINE, in casks and hf-catki ;
CLARET WINE, in boxes, 1 dozen each ;
from $3.50 to $25 00 per dozen.
DUC de M0NTEBELL0 CHAMPAGNE.
pints and quarts ;
BURKE & KINNAHA'N'S
IRISH WHISKY !
SCOTCH WHISKY !
Wm. Rankin & Son's
B ATA VI A A RR AC.
IIITTKKS OP ALL KINDS,
CII A RTREL'SE.
And lOO Other Thin- I
TOO MMKROUR TO MENTION, ALL Or WHICH
WILL BE SOLD
Lowest Market Rates !
BROWN 6l CO
14 MERCHANT STREET.
P. S,-0rders from. the other Islands
Promptly attended to-