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PACIFIC UOaiMEKCIAL ADVERTISE It, SEPTEMBER 9, 1882.
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jnl0 3in Puhoixi. Puna, Hawaii.
UK. J. Ei.S3E.
AEIV HOLE 0T TELLIXG 5 TIUTII!
IHM YEA KM AfJO. WHEN I WAS AN
IT I auurenticc iu '47 ar.d we h p boya ntied to ico C.n
bant di Huso on the Sou B Branch of the Uaritan River, near
Cull s Mill, new Jersey. Bo ooe nignt we tracceu an oin
Coon to a l.ree S Tcuiore or Buttnnwo d tree, we louna
where the old Coon wei.t in. The hole was about one hun
drnl idj aevent v feet from the from d. " Hold on Roae. can
not von take off a few indie ol that." Ne. I da't think 1
can nnlea that Caril.re Maker that esUblisbed a Carriage
hoD In Kixhteen Hundred and S xty-flve in Honolulu, if
be comes d wn iMt or Ore year. 1 then wiil drop f.ora four
to Sve feet At any rat tbe ho e aas o hih that none of as
bovs euokl ret b iu We called oi the ner of the tree and
be would o4 allow tb tree to be cut. We heard the story.
and our blood was rtiried. 8v we mustered a party of about
fifteen of the beat of US bovs and went for the nl.l Coon. We
wer hourul 1.1 have him anvhow. None of u boys could
climb up to the bole, .o we were poaxled what to do, Anally we
..xe.l out the bole r here the old Coon was. so high up in the
areat tree, and we not bavine tbe grtuumg capacity oi tne re
nowned I'avid Crockett nr the moaical powers to cnarm. we
resorted to strategy Ye., aa Arteinu. Ward woold say.
sirateev mv bova. Three bovs were uispaicoeu lor a iarr,e
boiile of netrolenm oil llld n l.ole. we had no petroleum
hem daws " I mean thev went fiT a Urge bott le of Turieo-
line, aiul Ave boys went for tbe largest pole to atiacn ingemei
to rea-h the hole. I he b ttle of turpentine was hung to the
eidofthe pole, and ihen r-ieJ up If the hole, aou tnru.t
DMrii. into it- we Ihm tuok a shot can aud hol the oottie to
oirre. tbe contents ran down into the tree, but no Coon p-
mml. we thra attached a liithled torch and raited it to the
1 hen came a uu.t oi inuimcriiig unun,
That Conn, Oh. whir, was be 1
A.k of the fljnies that leaped around
That hole, in ibe old Buttotiwood tree.
He Came tearlojc out with a bound.
At one awful leap, be reached the e round.
And found himself in KOr.'s Mll where
We May Go and See
Those iicc Cnrrisiges
icos i : is
We Are Turning Out All Kinds of
TOP PHEATONS. BUGGIES,
Everything that Runs on Wheels
1IX KI.MIS OK
as II M AM FOR 8 (I.E.
poke., floba. Felloe, and Beot Riuis.
IKOjST and COAL
Harinfa large Lot of Coal on hand. I am bjuuJ to get
rid of, at the LOW KT SPOT PKICKS. AIo,
ALL KINDS OF I HON
Having a Large Lot on the way.
All Kinds of BLACKSMITHING
DONE AT SHORT NOTICE.
Artesian Well Work
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
a fact, everything th.t ia oiade of IroD, Wood .wit. f.u.l.
in;. Triumjmg. Plating. lo.
ALL KINDS OF HARNESS I
sJJle. Kritlles. ClUra, llamr.
I tVK A CIIOM'E I.T OK
English and Aiaericn Saddle.. CrT Combs, Whips.
ia fact, one thousand Article worth mentioning.
I HAVE FOR SALE LOTS OF
Blue Rock and Carrier Pigeons,
Nice Berkshire Pigs,
Brown and White Leghorn Eggs, Three
Dollars for 13 good, healthy Fowls,
I alao hare oa hand a large lot of
Imported by me at (reat exene from the Delaware River,
which I keep toGlVK AWAY. Partie bavine Lanre Poudi
wbowi.h to t4k them with fi.h. They wKI do w.'.l in
brackuh or fre.-h water. Any.ne vi-hiC)t tl:ee Ch will
please aeoit direct to me. an I thry will l aui;lird.
Shap ea kins street, Va. 7 j. 77. 9, M and 3
N. All Kinds of FISH NETS constant
ly on hand and For Sale Cheap.
KlCllltirs FltENCII KE-
aja B l l ll?. . apecinc tor cxnaast.-i
V.Uliiy, ImputeDce, phytical debility, wa.te-1 lorce. elc. A p.
proved by the Academv of Medicine of Pari and by the medi
cal celebriile of the world. Agent fir Cajiforaia and the
Pacific State. J. O. ETEKLK It CO.. 63 Market Street
(Palace Hotel) fo Fracciaco, Cal. Feot by mail or expre.
aeaied from observation. Box offlriy, $1 60', of 100. $1 75;
of 100. $5; of 400. SS. SEN O FOR CIRCCLA R
j. hotm- & co.,
71 Ivlinc Htrei't.
Having secured the Services of an
From ir .al Locd, and rereM'J Ir .IH i.n Fran,
cc. me arr prepared to Ijrr.nti lVig!.i and Ka
iii! I St. and Jrijiul ?l j la of
More tai'rd lo Ihe Climate. F.i-,ai.l and
. r than
lo Stock aud to Order.
S0F1S, LOl.NtES, II (IBS. (HIIFOMKKS,
UiRDUOBIiS, DUSKS, CKIBS, tit., Kt.,
At the LOWEST fMwaible Cash Prices.
In every material, Hair, Mo, Eureka and Straw.
Celebrated NE PLUS ULTRA
And a variety of oilier Styles, at the LOWP.ST possi.
XT Window Cornices and ttiiihreain. In New and Ele
gant Sale (u5 If) J KOPP . Co., No. 7 4 King street
SI JACOBS OIL
M .1 11 fia I'j JlUl I
yniralijUi, Sciatica, Lumbago,
liackachr. Sorcne of the Chtt,
Gout, (fuiny, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, JIurus and
S'-ahin, General Bodily
Tooth, r.ir and JTcadarhc, Frosted
Fret nnd Fart, and all other
Fains and Aches.
No preparation im eirth equity St. Jacob. Oil as a safe,
turf, timptf auJ chtnp Kxiernal Remedy. A trial entails
tut the camp. r.ttively trid lii outUv of 5J Cent, and every
one suff-nn; w;ld p.m can h tve a ctieii au l xaitive pro-.f
of its claim.
Direction in Ekven Lir.ga.ig:..
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEAL
ERS IN MEDICINE.
A. VOGELER 6c CO.,
Baltim-.Tt, Md., U. S.
rorjfte Hawaiian Islands.
A Sermon Preached at Fort-street Church
on Sunday Evening, September 3d, by
jar. j. a. uruzan.
rror. 10 : is, 19
, " He that LiJeth Latretl with lying lip, ami
that uttt-retb . a slander, is a fool."
19. In the multitude of word there wanteth
not iu, but he that refraineth the lips, ia wise
The I)vil was the first slanderer. He crawled
into the (iarden of Edeu, with a slander ou
God's t hamcter. With it he deceived a trusting
Fifteeu Lnudred years Uter we find Liin at
the same work, when, talking with God about
Job, he iusinuutmirlv asks: "Does Job fear
God for naught ?"
Ihe Devil wa-i thi- hrst sianaerer; .uJ ie
soiutCim"! thoueht that every slanderer since
the davri of Edi-ti were hid lintal desceudents!
Whatever ita origin, there is no question but
Whoae edze ia sharper than the sword : whose
Oat venom all the worms of Nile; whose breath
hides on the posting winds, and doth belie
All corners of the world kin!?, queens, aud states
Maids, matrons nay. the secrets of the grave
This viprous slander enters."
Slander is of different kinds.
1. We have the careless slander.
This might, perhaps, more properlj be called
Gossip is generally started without any evil
intent. Like Topsy, " It just grows. ' In fact.
there is uo intent about it. Generally, it origin
ates thus : A company got together. Instead
of talking about things, they talk about persons
And now the total depravity of our poor human
nature crops out. Gossip, that worst of poisons.
ever finds an easv entrance to ignoble minds.
If hiiv person don't happen to belong to that
set, every little idiosyuocrasy, and blunder, and
unplcasunt trait of character, will be brought
prominently forward. Inferences, always derog
atory, drawn out. unat Mr. Joun Mmth s
aunt suspected that she might have done Jin the
place where he formerly resided will be related,
and enlarged upon. iiaii-trutns which are
often more calumnious than whole falsehoods
will be told. It is not even necessary that
words should be uttered. A curled lip, an
arched eyebrow, a shrugged shoulder, a signifl
cautlook, nay, even an emphatic silence--these
all are pressed into the service of the set of
careless, unintentional slanderers. They are
thickly interspersed with "Ohs!" "Do tells!"
"Possibles!" " Can it be trues!" This kind of
gossip flourishes nioxt at tea-parties and sewing-
circles it is said, lint it ts not cod tied to
these or to one sei. Young men, standing iu
little groups, inanebly smoking cigarettes, are
guilty of it. The reputation of many a young
lady, who was "pure as the driven" snow," has
been hopelessly ruined, fcy some male reptile,
shrugging his shoulders and smilingly remain
ing silent when he ought to have spoken out like
And all this may be done without any iutent
to injure the poor victim of their carelessness.
But what is the result ? The next day one of
that party mentions the theme of their conversa
tion to some scandalmonger. The inferences
and hints are also given. Then, as upon a
dozen telegraph wires, it flashes through the
community. It gathers volume as it goes.
" The flying rumors gathered as they rolled ;
Scarce any tale was sooner heard than told ;
And all who told it added something new ;
And all who heard it made enlargement, too."
Soon the inferences and hints are changed
into facts. The impalpable nothing which the
thoughtless talkers gave birth, has become a
giant, which seizes the reputation of its poor
victim aud crushes it.
Neither can you stop the consequence of your
carelessness. You may publicly prove that the
gossip has no foundation. You may sift every
atom, explain aud annihilate it, and yet, years
after you had thought that all had been disposed
of forever, the mention of a name wakes tip
associations in the miud of some one who
heard the calumny, but never heard the refuta
tion. Aud here I fear that we must all plead guilty.
Are we not all of us careless of our neighbor's
reputations? Do we not all talk of persons?
Why not talk of something else? ' In the mul
titude of our words there wanteth not sin." We
do not realize the sin of ' this careless talk.
" He that shall talk about his absent friends.
Or hears them scandalized, and not defends;
Sports with their fame and speaks whate'er he can,
And only to be thought a witty man;
Tells tales and brings his friends in dines teem;
That man's a knave; be sure beware of him."
When any one was speaking ill of another in the
presence of Frederic the Great, he would inter
rupt him with, " Well, has he not a bright side?
Come, tell me what have you noticed excellent
in him? It is easier to splash mud, but I would
rather help a man to keep his coat clean." How
many of us constantly seek to bring out the
bright side of our neighbor's characters? But
looking at the responsibility of gossip from
another standpoint, it rests upon us all. We are
all more or less guilty. There would not be so
many open mouths if there were not so many
cars. Gossip would starve aud die if nobody
took it in and gave it lodging. But Low hospi
table we all art! We open wide our doors to the
vile thing and give it shelter. It was one of the
bright sayings of an old philosopher that both
the teller aud hearer of scandal ought to be
hanged, the one by the tongue, the other by the
ears. The n-ct iver of stolen goods is equally
guilty with the thief. The accomplice of the
murderer is almost as detestable as the murderer
himself. The hearer of a slander is as guilty as
the retailer. He is a receiver of contraband
goods, an accomplice i;i the murder of his ueigh
b n's reputation. Let him not try to throw ail
the guilt upon the scandal-monger. With him
rests the guilt also.
2, The next degree is deliberate tale-bearing.
Iu nearly every community you will find a class
of poor unfortunates who crave scandal, and
they always have a large Btock on hand. They
are a peculiar people. Dickens, with a few
pen strokes, thus describes one : ' She was sly
of manner, sharp of tooth, soft of foot, watch
ful of eye one of those cat-like persons ready
to pounce upon aud tear your reputation into
shreds." Analyze the character of one of these
creatures, and you will nnd that he is a com
pound of weakness and wickedness. He is
feared less than bolder criminals, and despised
more. If he were not so weak he would not act
so wickedly. If he were not so wicked he would
not act so weakly. His business in life is to
attend to other people's business. He is never
quiet unless he is diving into the concerns of all
about him. He cannot relish his own dinner unless
he knows what his neighbor had for di ner ; he
cannot sleep quietly unless he ktows just when
his neighbor rises aud goes to bed ; he must
kuow all about his neighbor ; he must know
who visits him, and when and how often, and
who is visited by him ; what company he keeps;
what revenues he has, aud what he speuds ; how
much he owes, aud how much is owed to him.
He is the terror of the town. He goes prying
about inakiug mental notes of every small mis
hap, every little awkward thing, every little
frailty. lie can scent a scandal as far off as a
vulture can a carcass, and will fly to it as
greedily, Their mission in life seems to be to
tear off the bandages from the wounds of society,
and gloat over their putridity. Loaded full
they start upon their tour. From house to hone
they go, their tongues dropping scandal.
There are whose joy is, night and day,
To talk a character away ;
Eager from house to house they haste
To tilast the generous and the chaste,
And hunting reputations down,
Proclaim their triumphs through the town."
And they give themselves to the devil's work
hot from any hatred of their fellows--not
froni any malicious or maliguaut feeling but
from a kiud of constitutional weakness. They
are town tale bearers
The predominant feeling in my heart is always
pity just as I pity any other unfortunate. They
are the victims of a moral disease a kind of in
sanity. When in the army we had a few cases
of rare disease. An appetite for some strange
things would seize upon the poor victim, and
nothing else would he eat. A man in my own
compauy sickene ', craved green, unripe apples,
and would eat nothiug else. Another in the
same Division ate dirt. So these poor victims,
these constitutional slanderers, are diseased.
Their moral st.oniachs crave unwholesome food.
They pass ver all the pure and the good, and
the wholc,siiie social food, and fasten insanely
on Ureftainted and rotten carcass of scandal!
at a strange infatuation. To dine in a se
pulchre! To carry with them wherever they go,
and to feast daily "and yearly on the reeking filth
and garbage of society.
But when I turn my thoughts from them to
their victims then 1 forget pity and a feeling
almost akin to hate possesses me. "I am right
ously indignant!" and very much so. Just
think of their work their mission is to go thro'
community pulling off the roofs of private
houses and laying open alt their secrets; their
keen scent detects every skeleton, and they
wrench the lock from the closet door and give it
free exhibition of their n ighbors' misery. They
pander for all degTees of vicious tastes; they
gorge with coined lies the most voracious ina. ;
impute to every man the coarsest and vilest
motives; toiu-h tho character of every woman,
tho' pure as the Yirgiu Mother herself, with the
canker of suspicion; they scare awav from the
6tabbed and prostrate body of every poor un
fortunate the g icxl Samaritans, aud then chafe
and aggravate the putrid sores and sit them
down aud chant over the poor victim a song of
fiendish glee; with yell and whistle, and clap
ping oi nanus tiKe oiooanounds as they ar
tuey Bum to ice ueain every poor prodigal or
Magdalen in community and all this thev do
from the mere love of gossip from constita
Clonal weakness tor scandal. Does this sin lie
at your door? No, thank God ! But did von
crush that last scandal, that last tit-bit" of
gossip, that came floating into your ears? Did
the dealer find in you an easrer buver? Did von
forthwith haste to pass it on its "war to do its
hellish work? Let me speak plainly. I do not
believe that there is a score of men and women
m this house to-night who are eutirelv innocent
in this matter. This is a "hard saying," but
it's a true one. Perhaps there are but few tale
bearers I hope there are none but we are all
accomplices. We keep a " fence " for the re
ception, for the buying of these stolen goods.
Men and women who would scorn to retail and
peddle a scandal, stand with their great ears
constantly erect and open ready to catch the
faintest breath from every foul mouth. Good
men and good women do this, Christiau men
and women do it. Why, men will strain at a
gnat when a tale of trustfullness and confidence
however fairly won ami deserved comes to our
ears. e wul swallow a whole caravan of camels
if they camo laden with unworthy doubts and
Do you know these constitutional scandal
mongers ; lo they dwell among us ? Dav bv
day their hands are red with the blood of their
neighbor's reputation. But I fear were we to
drag oue of these into the Master's presence,
demanding blood for blood, he would return us
the old answer: " He that is without sin anion
you, let him first cast a stoue at her." I fear
hat we, too, would ' go out one bv one."
3. Last of all is the malignant slanderer.
Here is the picture of his prototype, drawn bv
Slander at last crawls forth from hell's dire
Of all the direfullest ; her black locks hunff lone.
Attired with curlinj; serpents: her pale skin
Was almost dropped from her slack bones within :
Aud at har breast stuck vipers which did prey
Sucking black blood from thence, which to repair
Both night and day they left fresh poisons there.
Her garments were deep-stained in human core.
And torn by her own. hands in which she bore i
A knotted whip and bowl, which to the brim
Did with gieen gall and ju ce of wormwood swim.
With which when she was drunk she furious erew
And lashed l.e.-self, and sped her forth intent on
And she and all her kith and kin are mur
derers, for "whosoever hateth his brother with
out cause is a murderer-" They are lineal de
scendants of Cain. Their tongues not their
hands are against every man and every man's
hands ought to be agRinst them. Scripture tells
of some men whose throats are open sepulchres.
They are the dastardly, cowardly, mean, slink
ing slanderers, that infest nearly every com
munity. In every community almost vou will
find men aud wonien, who like the unfortunates
of Christ's time seem possessed of devils. They
hate purity and goodness and truth.- And with
envy, and hate, and venom iu their hearts, they
crawl through life sticking their fangs into mis
representations. Society is at their mercy and
yet does not raise a finger to protect herself. No
man or woman is safe from their venom. Thev
may strike the dagger to the heart of your re
putation or mine tomorrow, and who will shield
ns? God only:
Whom may not scandal hit? her shafts are shot at
Who standeth not in danser of suspicion? that
net hath caught the noblest.
The Christ himself could not escape theui.
''See! he eats with sinners! He mingles with
lewd women aud vile men! He is no better than
they!" said the slanderers of His day! And
many believed the vile stuff! I tell you we are
all at the mercy of these miscreants.
And the most terrible thought is: no matter ;
how pure your life: no matter how false the
slander: no matter how completely you crush it I
you cuuuui Kin it. iou cannot arrest it.
A 1.-11 X "1 ' . . .. I
You may trace home a slander. You may
cram it down tne tnroat of the viper who crave
being. You may show its utter falsity so clearly
mat every cluid iu the community will see it,
and despise its author What then? Is it dead? !
No. Like the thistle which the Scotchman j
planted round his camp fire in England the i
windsjhave caught it up aud bolne it into every j
nook and corner, there to perpetuate and repro-
produce itself, tho' generation after generation
of sturdy farmers with hoe and plow, and fire !
have sought to kill it. .-'o the scandal, once j
started, lives after yon are dead. You may tame
the wild beast; the fire will cease when all the
material within its reach is consumed; but you
cannot arrest the progress of a slander; that j
will go on slaying, poisoning, burning, inur- J
I pause here. I have no need to plead with '
you to guard your words. All over the world j
are men and women with reputations blackened;
with hearts broken; with aching heads and tear- i
dimmed eyes- these plead with yon. I need
uot plead with yon to close your ears against
slander. You havo seeu fathers and mothers i
separated; friends changed to enemies; brothers
and sisters in deadly fernl these plead with i
you. I need not plead with you to crush the !
next foul slander which come to yon and force j
it dowu the false throat which utters it. Love j
to God, to man, for truth, for right for justice, ;
these all plead for this. What power is able to
conquer this sin ? Only one. This old Bible
says that the " tongue is a wild beast which no
man can tame," and that " the heart is a foun- j
sain of impure waters." lint what man cannot !
do the spirit of God can. He can not only tame ;
but kill the " wild beast " of sin not only this !
sin but all sin. He can cleanse the the foulest
heart so that it shall seud forth only pure, sweet .
But for myself, I make this plea of God for
you also ; O, God, make m to remember
always that speech was given to me not to ren
der myself anJ others miserable but happy : not
to curse men, but bless them, May it be my :
aim always to speak of my fellow men kindly, :
lovingly, tenderly, as the Christ did. May 1
I avoid all hurtful words. When I cannot do
gooa iy speaking may 1 be silent ; wnen 1 can
do good may I be bold !o speak. May my heart
be a pure fountain, sending forth only pure
waters. May I ever remember that I am as
accountable to thee for my words as for my
actions. Set thou a watch upon my lips,'1
WE ISXPECr i'EK
Barli Edward IVlay
Due in all May, a Small Lot of the Celebrated
PJLSOJER BEER !
Which we Offer, a to Arrive," ia Quantities
to Suit Purchasers. Also,
WINES. & LIQUuIlS
r r a n
ED. UOFFSCIILAF.CER ft. CO.
THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP
JN' O W OPEN
ON THE MAKAI
Cor. King and Nuuanu Streets,
OPPOSITE MOBSMAN'S, AND
ISioely Iit ted Up !
First-Class Billard Tables
Have been put into tho LARGE and AIRY ROOM.
A Choice Assortment
Tobaccos and Cigars,
Pipes and Cigar Holders, etc.
CURIOSITIES FROM ALL PJRTS OF THE WORLD
O.V HJXD AXD FOR SALE.
Icod X9x-iu.ls.si of all lx.ixa.dia
ap22tf EART BROS
I W. BOBSBTSOST &' 0
PUBLISHERS, PRINTERS & BOOK-BINDERS.
NOS. 19 & 21 MERCHANT ST.
The Oldest, Lara-eat and Cheapest Stationery Establishment la the Kingdom. Keep constantly oa hand a Lanra A aaorunfnt
Blank Books of all Descriptions,
Foolscap, Legal c Bill Cap,
Journal & Trial Balance Paper,
Letter & Note Paper of all kinds,
Linen Paper & Envelopes,
Writing Sc Copying Inks, in Qrts, Pint k Cou.
AXnCilage in all Sizes, Especially ad ipted to this Cli t.ate.
Drawing Paper fc Pencils,
Tracing Clotli & Paper,
Transit Books, Field & Level Booksv
Adapted for tho use of Surveyors & Engineers,
Memorandum & Pass Books,
Silver & Perforated Card Board,
Shipping Receipt Books and Pads.
Note, Draft and Receipt Books
And numerous other Articles
in a well-kept stock.
OUR SUBSCRIPTION DEPARTMENT:
We are prepared to receive orders for any Paper
States, Canada and Europe. As our Subscription List is large, wi are enabled to
the papers at a low rate of subscription.
BOMIMIM ! IMI'EII-IIMIi HHITIT
Ledgers, Journals, i'ajr and Cash books. Plantation Time Books, Hutclif r Rooks, Pay Roll Books
Check Books, and do all other description of binding. Having a First -Class
We can rule paper to uuv desired pattern. All work done at thin establishment is highly spoken of.
In the PRINTING DEPARTMENT w uiv prepared to do all kinds of
3 O O K
book: ordering oi5ij,vRrrrjcisrx:
We have every facility for obtaining bonks published in the United Stales and Europe, and ar d
abled to deliver them here at a small advance on publishers' rates.
We have made such arrangements with our music agents it ; will enable u to keep on hand a fin as
sortment, aud to re eivo the latest pieces ns they are published. Auy xpecial
orders will receive our best and prompt attention.
Telephone No. 2. angSAtwif.
A.. "VV. BUSTrT, M.inagei
Hay, Grain and isked feed,
Of all kinds Li pt Constantly in s'ock and ml I at a shade brluw regular rales.
OCR MANAGER VISITS SAN FIMXCIM'O IIKUVLAIthV FOR TIIK I'VRPUIC Of
buying us our supplies, and as we buy iu I.Hrjjer Quantities Hmu any other dealer.
AM AT TIIK S.IMK
We are prepared lo Supply our
WK HAVE NOW ON HAND Til K I.AKOKST PTdCK OF
HAY, CiMSvVirV AND lKKO
FOE ILL KINDS OF STOtli, lillT tS UK HI IX II AXV Wlir.Itt: IX TIIK CITY. 1XII IBE PEE-
par Li) to iicxisii oia rnirxDs ox hik omnc islaxds with
CAEGO LOT8 if Xlequired.
WESELL-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
and respectfully solicit older, from the S l A l-I.KIt IIKtlKII! t. whom we ar. prepared
to make pe -lul rate, f ir any puri limc of over
By prompt attention lo the wants of our num-rouj customers we hopo for a contiiiuiiure of the j-atronsje to liberally best!
upon us in the pa-t, and it will be our endeavor to keep on hand at all times
FEED OF THE BFST (iUALITY.
Careful Attention Given to the Shipping of Orders to other Islands.
AND PROMPT DEALING GUARANTEED.
OUll MANAOtR will Tisit San Krinciicj by tin n-x: sta'U-r
and will b bappy to et-cuta any or l-is f r if
All Orders to be sent to
FOR SAL.E C III A I'
First-class Construct 011
XT Enquire at the OlHce of
d&w my 6 tf Hawaiian Motel.
Importer & Dealer
IS Al.l. KINDS OF
Bar Iron, of all sizes,
SOLE AGENT FOR TIIF.
Cortland Wagon Co,
OF SEW YORK.
a l tl
H. SI. WHITNEY.)
iu our line to be found only
or Magazine published iu California, ths
OF BLAiMfC BOOKS,
A. S U
TIMK SKIT HE
Krinil and I'atroni at prices that will
HAY OE GRAIN.
t i p irolns- fr;h supplies fif our already xteosif
kl i Hi it in ty bs require I by our patron.
MAXAUFi: OF UNION FEED
JAS. G. HAYSELDEN,
ABCHITECT & BUILDER,
IIONOIULiU, II. I.
X$etail Or a win gas I
.Made m aplicsll o and at short Dotic.
Estimates Given oh all Work
(,'oijqi ctcd with the
Whether it be lo
IRON STONE. BRICK. CONCRETE.
BRIDGE OR WOOD WORK
Will v;it any prt of the othT Islands to ESTIMATE
ami DIIAW PLANA for proposed
I Mill Works, Bridges or Residences
Modifir-atioHi of Old Buildingi a) Spteialtty.
First Class Work Guaranteed
A UDKKfH i JAS.G. IU1SELDEX,
C"' r wi ... Archltort BulUef
9. O. WiliKr If Co., Honolulu, H. no20 1