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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISE it. SEPTEMBER 9, 1882.
DEPOT OF THE
a x E
1,1! OFEffi'G, I II STOCK
I take great pleasure in informing my friends and the public in general, that
HAVE REMOVED TO f,1Y NEW STORE
WHERE I WILL
iVew Stock of Solid Gold mid Plated Jewelry,
Oolcl iiikI Silver Watchew
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. AND A COMPLETE
II y good standing in this Kingdom, from long years of experience in this business,
is a guarantee that I SHALL ONLY OFFER THE VERY BEST AT THE LOWEST
PRICE. I have spared no expense in selectirg New Stock, in order to keep up my repu
tation and to give satisfaction.
WATCH HAZING will be as before, A SPECIAL BRANCH OF MINE. WAR
RANTING ALL WORK DONE BY ME. Also, a Full Line of Eyeglasses ASpectacles.
Thuklng for tlia confidence shown to me, I invite the jmblic to inspect my 5tovk before purchasing elsewhere.
! tf w M X ECK A RT. Jeweler and Watch Maker, Fart St.
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO HIS FRIENDS AND THE OENE
ral public that he lias opened a
flew Stove & House Fiiniishiiig Hardware Store
r IN CAMPBEIx'S NEW BXO CK,
Opposite S. O. Wilder & Cjs Lumber Yard, about JULY 1st,
inriTH a fxjimIm xiana of stoves, cc..
Goods per Discovery " from San Francisco, from
. Hew York ; and also from Liverpool per Oberon.
By the 'Discovery 1 1 have received the following Stoves & Kanges
it f-r m w m jr a IT I ,, 2:ir. A fix liol- Range wilb BROILING UKAKTllaod LARUli 90-inch
M. . MJim. irtk.m mJ . OVEN, beiog a new feature la a f.imily Kautfe.
' Havaii,' 'Aloha' and 'Oahu' Ranges
Built to Stand Hard Work.
Wrought Iron Ranges for Plantation Use
Large Assortment of
House IPxirnisi&ixig 22a2dLware,
Well Casing and I-Iydranlic IPipe
Made to Order, and Work of All Kinds in my Line promptly attended to
P. O. BOX 294. jn24
Ut Volume of Hawaiian Heports
fst- which a hbeial Price will he given. Ad lre
v na.KSlUNKO II
u a-J-nx 1 lv ;
. nTxle -'C P-' " on Nuuu .tree.
tT CcL Hotel ,.re-.. a he l-n
ThTntL of Vb pea-.t rrtre.l .. cal Unl the
- ----. aaa
he sore of
rooveniroce of the gueata.
Tarue always moderate.
flinniwm - - -i j
A few more ROOMS mri vani
B lb runaK Sov b-mm-r.
J. T. WHlit,
, -lit nrm-mber Mr. w bte 1-r.ipr.
etre id the ? guea . coi.fna'le ho.ne u-lrr
Pantbeoo Btablea. whK was suco a .3,a
A FULL LINE
c E( a r t'sri
Sol Agents for
MILLER & CO.'S
Factory i Wallingford,
cfcs lis Fort St
OPEN AS EXTIKK
WKLL - KNOWN
THE COLONNADE XL
II t VKTIIK I UK tSI RK OF
Ing that I have oiffxf'
...Vo. 7 .llaiuisiUca Strcrt,
Near il Fih M.rkH, aod am prepared to furnbh a
ir us r-ui-i a:
n r. a s s
To .11 ski Ibvoi tne with a call, as I intend the
UllL. OJP FAEE
tf the C LOSN A IE m include all that the Market
I nm my own Cliier Cook
Ai.d c-n ftu.ran re that lh who give me a call
be .tisfied w1:h tfce fd aod eervice.
Board. 84 50 per Week; Single Msals, 25cts
Al.VYS ON IIAXD
WJIJLIAM H. MASON,
,o3 i, Lata ChieX Cook at - The OU Corner."
r HI IS IS TO CERTIFY THAT WE, THE UNDER-
signed, hare this day entered into a Copartnership
for the purpose of carrying on buKlneso as Builders and
Contractor, under the firm name of ALDRILMiE
A. E. ALDRIDGE,
Honolulu. Sept. 1st. 1882. se2 3tw
TIROPBR APPLICATION HAVING BEEN
BL made to roe for the settlement ot the boundaries of the
I LI of the IIAAHALOA-IKI. situate at Waiklki. Kona,
Island of Oahu. Notice la hereby given to all adjoining
owners, and all parties interested in the settlement of said
boundriea. to be and appear at my office, on Merchant St.
Honolulu, on Thursday the 21st day of September 1182. at I
p.m. at which time and place Mid application will be heard.
RIC'D F. B1CKKRTON.
ee2 3t Commissionner of Boundriea for Inland of Oahu.
WS CHA MBERS- CIRCC'IT JUDGE. 24
m. Jodicial District. Hawaiian Islands. In the Estate of
JOHN MILLER ofMakawao, Mui. rieceaaed. On reading and
lling the petition of W. F. MOSiM AN. asking that the last
Will and Testament ol JOHN MILLKKor Makawao, Maui
be admitted to Probate and Letters Testamentary be baaed to
him (W. F. UatimiD) a. Kxecntor ui-der the Will.
It la ordered, that TDKSDA Y. the 'Wth day of September,
A D. 1882, at A. M , at the Court House in Hakawao.be
at aa the time and place tr h'rin said petition, and any
objections tbat may be made thereto; aud all persons interest-
M are neceny notioea to atteod.
Lahaina, A o rust 18ih, 1883.
ao38 St Cireuit Judge, 2d Judicial District, II. I.
K. MILKS AXDC II. MILE (OX
slitute i he Arm of MILKS BUUd-. doinr buninesa in
Block at Makawae. Maui, each being an equal partner in all
Stock and Lands owned by the said firm in the District of
Makawao. (aol9 4t) MILES BR OH.
NOTICE OF HEARING.
THE PETITION' OP PHILIP
ts w.M. Gibaoo. E. Preston and U. H. J odd.
Commiasionra of Crown Land, praying that a fence may be
built between the lands of a id Milton situate at Pololo, Kona
Oahu, known as Kekio and Waiupe, and the Crown Land
known aa Pukele, notice ia hereby given tht a hearing will
be had on aaid petition on WKDNEftDAY Sepeember 13th,
at two o'clock p m. on the premises, at which time and place
all per ions interested are notified to b present.
Honolulu Aug, 25th. 18S2. J NO. H.M ITHIE8,
D. KAII AND.
aog26 Si Commissioners of Fences.
French Consulate, Honolulu
Notice to the Trade.
'MIK FURNISH I XG Or'
1 ER'S MKAT and livestock;
i Oxen. Sheen. Pius, for
the use of the. garrison and ot those receiving allowance. In
Papeete aa well as H-r the provisioning of the fleet and hos
pitals, during the period between the 1st of May, 1883, and
the 21st of December, 1880, will be put up to contract publicly
on sealed tender, on the 8th of January, 1883, at 2 o'clock r.
M.. iu the office of the OZDONNATCDK, at Pa PKETK.
The condition" ol said contract are deposited at the Office
of the Fn-nch Consul here, where persons desirous to lender
can consolt them. aul9 Ira
Contractor & Duildcr !
86 KINO ST., HONOLULU,
DKMIU TO IXI'.pRll Ills FRIKXUS
and the public genera! y. that li is now prepared to
accept Contracts f.r
Stores or Dwellings,
After AMERICAN FRENCH, ITALIAN, 3 WIS, or GKK
M AN BTYLtS, and from NEW DKSIGN.S, which combine
all tbe neceasary requiaitea 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 i-leige ACCURACY and COM PI.ETKN KS In all res
pect., and will vi.it any of the Islands io person to examine
BIThe. LOCATIONS, etc., upon payment of travelling ex
penses. My siraiirements enable me to supply competent jyn-ulo
uniiicna me construction ol Uuildmits and Vorks on any
of ihe Iland. Having formed a buninu'-uection with
one of the
Principal Milt on the Coast,
. - I AM PREPARED TO DO
First-Class Work !
AT MODERATE RATES.
i tisf action Guaranteed.
rr One of the Latest Inventions for retoothing 9AW8 has
ern hr-uht by te from Ibe Coa.t. and Id Customers and
ih their old and worn-out
SAW and I will make them as good aa new, and at moderate
. ... ... ii.tiiAl la ration me
GlVJil IVX 33 A. w3 i a 1 "
Switches, Curls, Seams,
MR" 8fB0KiS keeps on haud fir Sale, a very select Stock
ol Invisible and other Hair Pins. Invisible Hair Neu.
Crimping Pins' Pinching Irons, Coronets. Ladies Fine
Black Combs. Dressing and Fine Combs, Child
ren's Celluloid and Robber Round Combs,
llair Brushes, Hair Oils, Fine Qualities of
Colognra, Bay Rum and Florida
Water, Fine Face Powders and
Cammelline, etc , etc Also
HAM P O
vv.r.nifd to deaDM the Scalp and Hair from
WAVX COQtCTS aid OTHER HAIR WORK !
Krdreaae-I and Piped to Order, aod at Suort Notice.
lr Remember tbe address, 818 Port t reet, nearly opposite
'2ap2Mf MRS. JBl SlUJLSB.
L A ii S A M A N A ;
THE GREAT HERO of tie MALAYS.
Ey WALTSS HUEKAY GIBSON.
Originally published in the Hawaiian
language, and written especially for the
instruction and entertainment of Ha
Laksaman and tbe Princes1 after retiring from
tbe rojal chamber or audience were condac-ed
by tbe venerable Chamberlain into a spacious
court-jard, or garden filled with trees loaded with
delicious fruits ; aod abounding io shrubs, cov
ered with most beautiful flowera ; and amid fol
iage and flowers were heard the caroling of
sweet singing birds, and the murmur of manj
fnir itaint. The air of this lovelj retreat was red
ol a with .weet odors, and it was melodious
wnh the tender tones of wind harps. The lovely
maidens that had beeo seen in the Hall of Prom
ise were moving about io this paradise, and
singiDg and disporting themselves with all the
grace and gnjetj of joutb. And as Laksamana
looked upon the beauty of tbe scene, aod ob
served the charm of the lovelj occupants, his
mind was dazzled for a while, and he thought of
the pride and joj of being Ki.;g, and master ol
all he now beheld.
The Princee Uiub.i wltn had recosjufw-'d many
friends aitior: "the ladii-i ol the court, was led
away hv t! eui. ntnl itromruriieil liv the vpneriihle
Chamberlain. u thut ehe milit nee the place ;tp-
pointea mr tier reinnie. Meanwhile a Lmkea-
mana wan admiring tliu beauty til the acene of
enchantment in which he n'oud, the fafcinating
muiden Komal.i 'ippr-Mci-ed him emiimglv, and
aid : O, grem i- iel. you will nn)ck at us.hh
cluiaren. ibe wiee Guru, says that great men
must despite women. And you who hive killed
iuoniierx timers, win acspioe sutt women. Ine
hero smiled und said : " O most beautiful
fluwer, in till tliir- burden of flowers. think vou
that fighting a ticr will make a man a tiger ? Not
so ; strong hand have soli heart. And the
more men fijjht, the more they love." The beau
tilul Koiuula r-turncd bewitching noiiles ; and
bade the admiring hero (allow her, tn see more ol
the beautii-s ol the garden. She had evidently
taken advantage ol ttie al.ee nee of the Prince
L in bit, to approach the heto lor some object.
She spoke to her companion in a captivating wav
of his marvellous deeds. She littered him, and
looked up to him tenderly ; and Lukeamana not
withstanding the fidelity of his heart to his
I'rincecs, was bewildered and enchanted by the
beauty and conversation f Komala. She re
queeted him to accompany her, to look at a curi-
ouc pet ueer ; ana be followed after this ailurin
girl, with the same readiness with which great
men. ol all countries, and of all ages, have
blindly followed pretty and even silly girln, who
wanted to deceive them.
But beware now, U, LakMawanu ! There is
danger near! Ibou wilt have need of the
friendly goddess, or widadiri of the forest to help
thee ! The sweet face of Koiuala, ind her gra-
cionf eunles arc hut traps to capture and destroy !
'! 1 .'.e.ttr i-t ... , . .
i iie oeauuiui ivomaia is use one ol the oeuutiiui
einginjj birds ; but she is a oerpent with a deadly
sting! And yet she is only an instrument. She
is not doing her own will, and perhaps feels a
pang ai me idea ot nurting a true ana brave man.
But she smiles and takes Laksamana by tbe band.
ana lures him on to his danger !
They had looked at tbe pet deer, a rare little
creature, called a Kanchcel, of perfect shape like
a deer, a lull grown one of its kind, yet not larger
than a ranoit. And now they entered an arbor
in the girdeu, provided with feather mats and
cushions. A large wind harp was suspended
near by, and the tender melodious tones waked
up by the passing breezes touched the sytnpa
thetie heart of the bravo man.
In the bower was a beautiful beaufet, staud of
lancy woods richly inlaid with pearl shells ; and
upon this stand, was a number of porcelain
dishes and flagons filled with dainty sweetmeats
and cordials of different kinds. Komala pressed
Laksamana to partake of some cordial from oue
ol the flagons which she hid poured into a small
crystal goblet. The hero at first refused : but
as I lie beautilul young lady tasted, or appeared
to taste the liquor with her own lips, he, the
xtrong, resolute, temperate men, affected by the
beauty and smiles of a designing female, as to
many strong men have been, placed the goblet to
his lips, and drank down its contents.
The liquor cpeedily began to produce an excit
ing effect upon Laksamana. He seized the band
of Komala, and pulling ber towards him. clnsped
her passionately in his arms. But suddenly a
dhunes began to affect bis vision. Objects be
came confused, and the beautiful Komala seemed
to undergo a transformation before his eyes ; so
that she began to appear to tbe hero, large and
ugly like the IlakeLashn with whom he had Con
tended, lie felt a sick feeling like that of death
coming; over hiiu ; and now he felt the painful,
despairing uonsciout-ness that he and his beloved
Princess were betrayed unto death. He now
tried to seize the wicked girl, who was going
away with what appeared to him a mocking ex
pression on her countenance ; but his strong arms
trembled. Ins loet tottered, and with the ago,.
of despair he sank down upon the ground, cryi
out ' O, Umba, my faithful love, why did I If.
get thee, I die because I am false to theo'j
Then darkness came over his eyes, his arms ft,
limp and nerveless by bis side, and as be lay ut J
conscious, strong men came ana miea mni up; .
ana bore hiui away. w-,
Now we must leave Laksumana in the hands of
a bitter and cruel enemy. lie was in the hands
of Jahat. This villain had not been executed, as
was promised ; but as soon as Laksamana had
been carried away as a dead man, the wicked
chief had been liberated.
The Princess Umba wha was now full of hope
of great joys and good fortune for herself and her
dear chief, hud accompanied the Chamberlain
with u gay and playful spirit to look at the cham
bers of the Palace for her accouiuud itioa and
honor. She asked a multiuid""oT questions
about objects of curiosity, or beauty : tut after a
time ; she spoke to the venerable official waiting
upon ner, saying : iy aear ira unamoer
lain, I have seen so tuut-b of the delights of the
Palace of Forty Towers, tbat I am not content.
unless 1 can share this t.leasure in company with
my own oeioveu isoiet. j.
The venerable omeenj endeavored to persuade
the Lady to walk witli'Viiin still farther, to ob-
-a a . I ? T- e
seive tne oeaunes 01 ruiace; out sue stood
Bt ill , and expressed her determination to retrace
her steps. Then the Chamberlain stood before
her, and raising up both hands in an imploring
manner, spoite to ner jgeutreatingiv : 44 U, most
noble Princess, daufsbSer of tny best friend, the
renowned Kin; Sapid! n of Nia, listen to mo, and
heed my words, rorsakc the chief Laksamana ;
he is hateful to the great Kio; my Lord, who has
resolved to put hiiu .o death. Laksamana can no
more help you. He is I feel assured a prisoner
bv this time : ami has been b.und in tbe very
arms of the Lady Komala, whom he followed.
Tb"e iJoriyi.-faha4 is now free ; you must consent to
be one of his and he can confer 00 you
riches, and make you dv,,e 0r Iu0 raTorjtes of the
Palace or the Forty Tuwck., -
Umba had been wringingi,,r bands, and mak
ing passionate interruptions of tu oJd mht1 a)l
the while he spoke. And when he hi4(I cead
speaking, she made a disdainful. rer --jl. ex
pression with her right hand in the ra,of tlie
Sid officer, as she spoke, or rather creamy QUt
"Laksamana. my Lord, my love! Help. 0
helD !" And as she screamed, several of the j
of Laksamana, who were within tne fajnce
grounds ran into tbe Garden of DelightsjaJ,..
ing the voice of their noble mistress, AroaieWth
their dirks or krisses in their hands. But .Je(j
the life of the venerable Cl tmberhtin--ri ., t,n
the earden was filled with the royai .y- . r4e
1 & . , over II.
great Kin. who se
1 sea ana tico i -- c ,f
:.,m-'' the cii
A.aA.wuiaoa. -v oJ Oon ""biche tbeui such as I have iittt injited to describe
wall Of the garden and escaped ou it a o.n- a f tijiclilonr voutb
And the Trincew Lmba was led awn, the athlete ;ire of the ,,odJ. the wiitt-hwor.1 of
fined in a cbamber of tbe 1 alace. 01 aIJ th- is mojt.ratiou aiKi temperance " iu
Laksamana. except one
The Princes lay and moanea upon too m. r
tbe floor of ber cbamber ; ananeou.u
1 r 1 a w i n ! r is- r 1 1 j i r. 11 1
. . 1 irent tllfl Kltlff
to her. as tine laineuieu oou -t -
Sri Rama entered the chamber unattended ; and
i. ... .i. r.a.Iw. 44 daachter of
my cousin of Nia ; listen to me. and I will apeak
in the spirit of your father. I have impmoned ,
vour lover Laksamana, because he has fought
againat mj chief, and boctu.e be wouia noi.nm
down in idt presence. And I have ordered Laky
samana to be put to death, but jou may save his
life." Then Umba cried out with tears in her
uplifted eye, " O, great King of Kings ! tell me
what I uiuftt do to save my dear Lord Laksamana ,
and I will obey your dread command, even if I
mutt aect-pt death."
Then said the King: It is easy, what 1
shall ask you to do. in order to save "the life of
Laksamana." Umba replying eagerly, said : 44 I
will obey your command, even if it is to jump
from the t-p of the highest tower in Menangka
bau." Ihe King said: "Follow me." And
aa he spoke, be beckoned with bis band, r.nd the
Princess rose up and followed tbe King.
As the King and Princess advanced, walking
onwards through chambers and passages of the
Palace, the curtained drops of many entry ways
flew open and closed again, after tbey two had
passed through without any person being seen.
Ko servant dare cross the path of a Malay King,
under pain of death. After proceeding ttrougb
many passages and coarts of the Palace, they ap
proached a small square tower built of very mas
sive atones. The entrance was closed by a thick
iron door, which opened at the approach of tbe
King. And when he and the Princess had entered
the chamber of the Tower, they beheld a specta
cle, which caused the Princess to utter an excla
mation of agony.
By a dim light which gleamed between the iron
bars of the prison, she beheld her dear Lord
naked to the waist aod chained like a wild beast
to a stone pillar, in the centre of the floor of the
chamber, and that supported the solid stone roof
of the Tower. Each foot of Laksamana was
bound by a chain rive tied to the ancle, and then
fastened to an iron staple in the pillar. An iron
band tbat was rivetted around bis waist, was also
fastened by a strong chain to the pillar ; but the
hands of the hero i.ud been left free, to enable
lii ut to take hold of his t'd. while he was yet
permitted to live Aud a I'uiba threw hersell
upon the breast ;f her ohiol, he cl.teped ber. sod
preseed her t hi breast, giving utterance to a
deep and agonizing groan.
Alter a time, when the Princess had rccvirt-d
from her past-ionate and ajjontztd emotion ; aod
bad approached King Sri Kama to cnpplicate his
mercy, the Kiti iaid : ,4 Now d:iug:iter, be pre
pared to e.tve I In: li!e ol the man ynti love. Be
hold here is another man, w ho loves yu, my chief
Jaliat." And as the Kmij spoke, the villainous
chief entered the prioi., and at sight of him the
bound hero groaned in agony, and the unhappy
Prince arieimed in terror. Listen!" cried
the Kin I, if ten, my daughter ! If you
would iave the life of I.nk-amana . you inuxtnow,
here before htiu. embrace and cart us my duel
Jaliat. and allow him to ocr-i- you in the pres
ence ol the man, wi.oxe life you would save. If
you do not, I will older Laksamana to be rlowly
tortured in your presence, by having his fiveh
torn from him in little hits with rd hot pincers.
Laksamana groaned forth thcee word O,
Arjuno, save thy child, my dear Ciuba from the
hands of these luoiielers ! '" Umba looked on
with terror and distraction for a ftnv moment.
She saw that this Muooth Hpokcn Kin. a
moiifter more cruel than a tier. And ehe be
held the hideou.t face ol Jahat gloating over her
aony. But, her love for Lakamana did not
cause her to het-itate or an instant, as to what
she would do. for with a cry and a bound he
ypraiiji lovnrdr Laksiim.iria, and clatpinz her
arms round his neck, ciied out O, dear Lord,
kill me with your strong hand, rather than I
shall be defiled, or have to witnees your agony.'"
The King with angry voico, now ordered the
guard within the chamber to tear away Umba
from the arms of Laksamana. The hero glared
at the approaching soldiers with the fierce eyes
of a caged and enraged tiger. The foremost of
the guard had seized Umba by the shoulders,
when Laksamana raised his right hand, and
struck the soldier a blow on the bead, that was
like the kick of a horse. The blood spirted out
of the man's itoce and mouth, and he dropped
senseless to the floor, and the rest of the guard
were so terrified by the Htrength and fierce out
cries of Laksamana, that they stood off beyond
tbe reach of bis arms, notwithstanding the wrath
of tbe King. Then Sri Rama in his fury gave
orders tbat certain savage dogs used to hunt run
away men, should be brought into the orison,
and let loose upon Laksamana and Umba to tear
them to pieces.
. The dogs were led forth in couples, chained to
gether. They were most ferocious creatures.
They wanted to attack and tear everybody that
came near, except the keeper who fed them.
They pulled at their chains to get loose. Eight
of them were led inside the prison chamber ; the
King and Jahat, having gone to a safe place out
side, to observe throngh a grating, the terror
and agony of Umba, and the torment of Laksa
mana. The keeper let loose the dogs. They
dashed forward barking havagely, and were about
to seize and tear the tender body of the Princess,
who stood in front of Liksamana. The hero
lowered his head, shook bis shaggy hair, glared
with his now intensely fierce eyes, and gave a
shout, a savage yell, a terrifi- e wild beast yell,
the squall of an enraged lijjer. s real and so
terrible, that the ravenous ere .1 urc were checked
in their fury; and as tbe Icirhil yell was re
Iea(ed, the dogs oveicoiue with terror, turned
tail, and slunk awnv toward the entrance.
The King now cried out m lury. Bring the
ten slaves of IJorneo. tht.t Were d loitnil 10 bo de
voured by liers !'" The elavee irr brought
forth to the prioti in chains. And (lie King
said: 4 Slaves, 1 will spare your live,, suv
you fiom the jaws o! timers, ami let you return
to your own country, if you wi'l fa.stt n. and after
wards torture and put lo death this man who is
""M and this woman "
To be ro-ilii ncl.
What the People Say.
Mk Editor, How are we to utilize our spare
time ? Imnrovp th mi..,l. , tfrwi.i
propouuu some scneine lor tne uenent of your
fellow citizens, do not let p:iss as useless one
moment of your life thus your knowledge will
increase, your comprehension quieken, and you
will receive pleasure from your studiea-
I feel assured many iu . our oommuuity prac
tice in their spare - time religious offices, and
study poliliotkl - economy, science and art, each
one to his desire, but wlntt strikes the stranger
is the absence of athletic exercise, designed to
improve and keep healthy our bodies. You
have a cricket club, but u match is seldom
played except with a man-of-war's crew. You
have no racket court, no boating club, with
the finest water for exercise in the world. When
this matter ie discussed the reason assigned is
that the climate is tco enervating, etc. indolent
habits would be a more correct reply.
The only exercise indulged in is horse-riding,
horse torturing would be a better term ; the
poor brutes being ridden without the slightest
mercy, and I trust some ubl'.-r pen than mine
will take up the subject of cruelty to animals,
especially to horses, so very prevalent and almost
The skilled artisan who settles here must
either sit and study in his close room, go the
round of the saloons or low dance houses, or
walk up and ilowu the miiu streets until bed
time; they soon get disgusted, the dulness palls
on them, they sicken, and leave us after a two
years to them of exile, I am pleading for na
tives as well as foreigners, and I call upou the
upper ten of our community to take the subject
of athletic exercise and pnblic recreation into
consideration, remembering that a 44 healthy
mind should have a healthy body." A suitable i
plot should not be difficult to s-.lt et, with suffi-
cient space to erect a r-teket court, g3-mnastic
apparatus, cricket, base ball, and quoiting '
ground, bowling green, tic. Boating club should
be encouraged, and the improved health aud
tone of the community would repay the outlay.
Fonuded on the limited liability principle, with
free grant of laud froiu the Crown, a small fee
for membership, and the proceeds of exhibition
matches, would make the scheme almost self
supporting. Athletic exercise beyond every other accom
plishment stimulates healthy rivalry and a de
sire to excel, aud the desirable trait here de
veloped is curried into the athlete's daily avoca
tions. As the time approaches when the na
tives will have liquor at their disposal, our
rtsiuc; irencrMtiou siioniit n.tv niijoct iilo oil
- We an can affor.1 at least one bour
r bodily exercise iu tbe open air, ia
irv ' '
AUJ cy I . - . . p
ine occasionally by our amateur musi
cians, wiT- eamitar tilaviui' aud singing are so
much esteemetT-j, - , A ,
I athtt crromiilht in lii li nil dnmirr
61UUUUU il3 I'l W(".-tr. .
l,rn.i to rp.ivmcile our toreicu wi
otherwise very dnll commnuity.
y You can
for only $1,
bny a most beautiful straw hats t
at Chas. J. Fishkls' popclar
-pelijl,. s rEiEr.j
CARRIAGE MAKER !
KESPKCTITLLV AXXOIXCES THAT
Opened a Shop on Fortstreet,
Above Botel (in Ihe Old iovernmenl Buildings), whero
he is prepared to Build
LATEST and BEST DESIGNS !
. istojstji: but
First-Glass Mechanics Employed
And Nothing' IB ut
Carefully Selected Material Used
E5T Particular and Prompt Attention
given to All Kind of liejviiring.
OKOKKS KRDM THK ill 1IKK ISl.tVDS
Wll.l, UK F 4 I I III'l I.I.V
VI TKXDKU iO. maris 0m
Practical Harness Maker,
92 Kins Street.
Tlie Best Qualities of
LAIUES & GEMS' lillllXG SADDLES
Always on Hand or to Order-
Buckskin, Hogskin or Stock Seats.
English, American and
A I.I. SADDLES I SELL.
Warranted Not to Hurt the Horse !
I RE STUF them W1TU0DT COST any lime
within aiz months, if needed.
Of all qualities For Sale aod to Order.
Bridles, Bitts, Whips,
Spurs and Brushes
Of all qualities always on hand.
All Harness I sell is madehere
under my own supervision. I keep no
slop factory work. If you want a
GOOD ARTICLE in my line, call and
see me. I will sell as CHEAP AS
ANY, and give you a good article for
P. O. BOX 133. jyltf
A X D
Three of the Above
FIRE PROOF SAFES
iSsivc within the lust
3 111 out lis Micccssfiilly
Attempts of Burglars
Vet to have absolute
security advise parties
OLD SAFES TAKEN IN
For Prices, Cuts, Etc.,
'l AGENT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
o is ira im ri
IT ill syj p if
WINES & LIQUORS
.j u .-rr itii:ci:i"i5i3
Lb AT HI ARRIVALS
Europe and United States.
Fill ASD COMPLETE ASSOBTMEST
WHS ALBS & SPIRITS;
Hennessy Brandy, alj,Qualities
BOl'TEl.i.KAt; BRA Nl V7 all qualities
M A IITKI.L II It A N DtVail qualiti-s)
KOl'VKIt. tiOl LtOT V CO. liHANDV, a
IxmOVILLK Ai I'll. Mil A I) V, all qualities
iVX.V.S KOIilN' A, t o. lilt A NOV. ail qualities
II A V T K II tl( A CO. HIU.VDV, all qualitieai
MARIVIIKSSIT Ai CO. BRA MV. all qualities j
Jl'I.E I.KKIt A f JL t'O. BHAMir, all
And various other kinds of Me
dium and Common Brands.
Cutter & Co. Whiskies, all Brands;
KKVT CKV FtVOIIITK WIMSKV.
. . t MM' It M ASH.
It v : s iiisii 101 ,
t'A lil KT V IIISK r.
SOI. K AQ-JSTSTTS
I i-It lilK Ctl KIH TfcD
CYRUS NOBLE WHISKY
ALL QUALITIKtt AND AdKK.
A.lso, Sole -Agents
Reuben Earley's Whisky
From lu sville, Kenmrky. Buth Krsnds lieing well
knuvn for there unsurpassed esrallence
and flavor. '
KEY BRAND GIIM I
Ja mull Bottles. Bione Jufs aod Large Squares,
i Uallon I'ackafei,
Iloulsssain V t'O. PK1ZK f lKUAL GIN, very
smooth and flr.et
Board t lisa's relebraiird OLD IOM OIN.
Watlter'a SCIIIF.DAM and SCHNAPPS,
Uaalrl Vl..rr aV Sou'a or Ir braird 'GRAY
STALLIU.N" brnnd rf OIN'
Kor the Celebra'ed and Wnrld-IleDoajDed
CABliS OF SAUK IN PINTS A.N O QUARTS,
Ooiirsrsintly 011 TJmicI
Reeeived Io twrry r.-el from the Atlantic Poru.
Gr V: VI r IST 15 K 15 R
ALWAV0 ON IIANU.
pio Hi: vs iMirri:it
IN PINTrl AND Qt'AKTS.
GUINNESS' DUBLIN STOUT I
IN PINTS AND QUARTS.
S II 111 K, LI Y I
CLARET WINE, in casks and hf-caiki :
CLARET WINE, in boxes, 1 dozen each ;
from $3.50 to $25 00 per dozen.
DUC de M0NTEBELL0 CHAMPAGNE,
pints and quarts;
BURKE A. KINNAIIAN'S
IRISH WHISKY !
SCOTCH WHISKY !
Wm. Rankin & Son's
CIIHKItV CO It lil A L.
t'HKKKV Bit A NUT,
BATAVI.l A KR AC.
B ITT KKS tF ALL KINDS.
C II A K TKKLSK.
A I S KTT Km ,
I.I.MK Jt ICK,
And lOO Other Tiling !
too nu'mkhous TO MP.NTION, ALL Of WHICH
W T r : 1j 73 TZ SOLD
Lowest Market Rates !
BROWN & CO.,
14 MERCHANT STREET.
P. S. Orders from the other Islands
oci Promptly attended to.
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