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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, SEPTEMBER 9, 1882.
WILLIAMS. DIMOND & CO.,
Shipping Commission Merchants,
Xe. 2 I 8 Callferala Street.
n,n23 II SAJf FRAS CISCO.
GEORGE F. COFFIN & CO.,
SHIPPING LSD C0SS1SSI01 J1IR(HA.TS,
Mo. 13 PiM Street, Union Block,
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GITKS TO
liiisc Bawaiiaa) order, and satisraetw.o guaranteed.
JOHN HARVEY & CO.,
CUMMU1IUX MRRCIUXTS WOOL
aWfcrwaee Rank of Montreal.
Cash adwaoeee oa Cooaif nsEeot.
H. W. SEVERANCE,
HAWAIIAN' COSSV L AD CO I M ISSIO N
MERCHANT. 314. California. Btreet, Baa fnwiwo,
California, tr No 4. J
W. H. CEOSSMAN & BEO.,
h h 1 p p 1 n ( mid o m m 1 I it
m k it c ii a n t
IIS CaaaaWr tlrrrl. XKW VOUK.
Referenc Castle A Cooke anl J. T. Watrboe.
JOHN FOWLER & CO.
Ufc PRKPIKEI) TO PL'KXIMII lLN
Steal Eatmatea far hurel Portable Tran.waya. with r
wbIimi car or lacoaiotiTr. specially adapted Ux t-ugar
PtectatUxia. Permanent Railways, with liofnotie and car.
Tract mo Kocioee and Road Loeomottrea. Hfira Ploairiinr
a ad Caltieattor Machinery. Portable Steam Enginea fur all
oraoaea. Winding Engine ir Incline.
Catelnguee. wiia ill aalrat loos, Modela and Phitnerapha
the aiwee Plant aad Machinery wjay he Been at the office ol
W. U flREE.V and
O. W. MAC AH LANE A- CO..
aofSOtf Areata fcr John Fowler Co.
By a Ihoroo'h knowkilj of the natural Ua vbicb f -t.i
la operatiooa of di(rtioo and nulnlion, and by a
carefal application of the One propertiea of wrell-eeieetcd
eaooa, Mr. Epp haa proruled oar hreakfaat tatilea with a
deHcalely-Aarored be rr rare which niay ave o tnny ht-ary
doctor' billa. It ia by the jodicvjo use of uch article of
diet that a eooatiUttioo may be gradually baill np antil
afroef enough to reaiat every tendency to diaease. Iluodred
of anbtla naladies are floatinc around na ready to attack
wherever there ia a weak point. We may escape many a
fatal abaft by keeping onraelves well furtinrd with pare blood
and a properly nooruhed frame." See article iu th Civil
Mad simply with boiling water or milk.
Bold only ia packets, labelled :
JAMES pPPS & CO.,
JU CFtS'S CHOCOLJTE ESSEXCC, or Aftrrnuon
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J03. 1I00RE, .-- Superintendent,
IJI ALL ITS BRANCHES.
SNCINES AND BOILERS,
Hit; rressare or Componnd.
STEAM VESSKLS of kinds, built complete with
Ball of Wood, Iron or Composite.
OROIMKT EXai X ES compounded when adnsable.
STEAM LAUNCHES, rtare and Sir. Tom f"
traeted with reference to the Trade iu wliis h tl.rjr are to
he employed Speed, tonnage and draft of w.ttr jtujraii
tred. SCCAR MILLS A.M M A R MAKING
M A.CII I.VKRV made after tl.emosi appr -el plans.
jtto. all it- tier Iron Work connected therewith.
WATER PIPE.of Bollrf or Sheet In-n. of any hv.
made in aoitable letirth. f'.r connecttor toprther. or ?hrft
Boiled. Punched, and Tacked for Shipment, ra y lo e
veted oa the (round.
HTUKAt l.IC RIVBTIMi. Itoilcr Work a id Wa
ter Pi made by thi Establishment. Riveted by lly
tranlac Rivetinf Machinery, that quality of fc in
far saperior to band work.
SHIP WORK. Bhip and Steam rspsuns. Steitn H i.,ch
es. Air and Circulating Pumpi. madt after the nvsl ap
v proved ptana.
Pt'M PS. Direct Acting Pumps, for Irrigation or City Wa
ter Works' pnrpose, buill with thr crlel-ratnl Hat) Valre
Motion, superior to any other pomp JJT'M tf
A CENTS tor Wonhingtoo Duplex Steam Pump.
TRADE JOLKXAL k EXi'OiiTEIi !
37 n. ODUOE
Martets Renew & General Prices Cnrreut !
Published Moably, ami in Ensuah. lodiat. i.a'-k:
tot Pnrehaaers of Continental ;jml..; rives H ti it
aa-' Price. aol jrnnnia ailae I, of
Wines. IlrarHlica. Prervrd I'msisk., r'am-y Cl,
Miihnry lre- Materials. tiU-a. Pirrrl:in.
Ptatrd Ware. alrbea, CSorla. Re il A Im.t.tinn J. ai !ry
R. Ms and Sh-. Perfumery. Tots. I. rrii.la,
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Hcientitte ar.1 Mweal Ifruwm, Irni;. f'hemira's.
Pliarmaceiiiieal rreparar. Stati.oery , iret.
hiiiks. sroibe. Paints, Pper llan;ir,-.. etc , r tr.
jo Price Current of Proi'uee. Market K.rts, N.tir. on
Industrial Xovelitie. Trade Intri:i(enre, etc.
ANXUtL SlXBSCRIPriONS-i f-ir I'.i-ial l'n:m. and 6,
to other Countries.
Mnv order payable to OE'lU iK W AT on Paris nr Lon-
&i av or the equivalent in ary local currrn.-y nr po.t?ge
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aadrM: The rRk.NCH TRAKK JOL'KNAL A hEt OKTi.lt
act ly IA. Hue fie t habrul, I'an-. Iraix-e.
IMoticc to the Public.
HAS OPENED A
Dancing School in Wailuku,
Ami it prepared to (ire leaaona la Iaocir.f at
w-M as to
Tune and Repair Pianofortes
Of At-L KtStt.
ARE HOW OPtM 05
Every Wednesday & Saturday Evening!-
Mr. Macauley U always ready with hi
To atlead panic desiring Maaic.
is m is m m !
I AND DON'T YOU FORGET IT
' A UT OK EXTKA ti'-ALMY
j NEW ZEALAND OATS
j And secure what you want
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UIAS. II. WIlOX HA VIXO PROIX'REI)
aume i:t-Claa Uore rboer. u now prepared to oo
AT REASONBLK RATKS.
NTO 1JW A8KED !
BLACKS ft! ITHIftlG
AH Its 13i'fiiiclie !
Artesian Well Work,
Wagou and Carriage Work.
Bridge Work, etc, etc.
Done by Experienced Workmen !
AT RATE THAT WILL
Defy Competition !
ILL I ASK IS A TRIAL ORDER.
XT Don't forget the Shop, opposite Hopper' and one door
above Lucts lMnlrip Mill.
CHAS. D. WILSON.
DRUGS & MEDICINES
Most Complete Assortm'nt
a a .
i.v l tl a
Hawaiian Islands !
As the greater p-rtion of our Stock
Is Obtained from First Hands,
WR ARC KNABLED TO
Sell at Very Low Figures.
KEEP OHLV THEBEST QUALITY
J. C AYKK
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Homcepathic Medicine Cc,
Gr. Gr. GREEN,
woouiii'itr. x. j.
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By an Experienced Pharmacist !
ANY HOUR of the DAY or NIGHT!
HOLLISTER &c Co's.
WHOLESALE Si. RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
ar4"S!jml 59 NL'CANU STIIECT. dmly
UU ire H. p
TO THE TRADE.
F-H- Sale hy
G. W. MACfARLANE CO.
Fence UWix& I
Ff-r Sale Iw hr
a. W. M.VCFARLANK t o.
Portland Cement !
rJ7ie Jiest English Cement
in the Market.
For Sale io Wun.lili to sa l bjr
ti. w. macfaklank a f:t.
"Jif I contiuuT ta cell cretons nt 23 ceuts per
yanl. A vt-iy siufiil assortrueut left at Ch. J.
IY-BUs' FtrriAR alOi..
vnrrifir nr nriinrii
11U11UL Ur llMUIallJi
ON JUIiY 1st,
NEW WARBROOMS I
Now. T50 i. nt i 58,
Next door to Masonic Hall.
We Are Obiged to do This
Large and Extensive Stock
We sire tow fiSeceivin;
EVEIil VESSEL FliOM SA. FILAMISIO
.. IT IS
The Intention of the Company
TO SATISFY THE INCREASING DEMANDS
Their Customers at the Islands
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
. a A "1
Their New Store,
Seen in t 1 0110I11I n.
.... THIS WIU. I.NCLi rK
Every Variety smcl Style
Their Immense Warehouse
In San Francisco.
Purchasers Will Bear in Mind
.... THAT ...
As we Manufacture our own Furniture,
we sell AT LOWER RATES
than others, for the reason
that there are no Middleman's Profits
fir TO A Y I
We have secured the service- of :m
expet iem-eil Cabinet Maker, MR.
BRADLEY, for .several years Fore
man in our San Francisco House, and
alao a thorough Upholsterer, so that
even want in our Line can be at once
Telephone Number 140. JZl
E. P. ADAMS,
Ag-ent California Furniture Company.
Fore iarn IVowh.
The course or events From the 15th alt. to 27th
when the Mail Steamer left San Frandisco wti as
On the 16th, Sir Garnet Wolaelej with the
concent of the Khedive issued a proclamation to
tne fc.vptian people stating that the eole object ot
the British in their rresent operations is to re
store the authority ot the Khedive in Egypt.
On the 13th, fighting commenced on the Mah- i
momiich Canal. At ibe same time the Aboukir
forts were shelled by the fleet but without any !
decisive result. This was done aa the fleet moved
down to Port Said, and was probtblj only in
tended to divert attentien from tne real object of
the movement which was to seize that place and
occupy the Suet Canal. The occupation of Port
Said was successfully accomplished oo the follow
ing day. The Egyptian troops were cleared out
of one of their strong positions by shell, and
"forwards made no resistance to the landing of
i e sailors aid marines from the fleet, who were
full possession of the place before the trans
ports arrived with the troops. The whole line of
the canal was subsequently Mixed and for two or
three davs until this operation had been success-
luiiy completed traffic through tne canal was in
terrupted. Baron De Lesseps protested vehe
mently against this proceeding, but subsequently
received a caution from the French Government to
moderate his language. At a later date he bad
an interview with Admiral Seymour and assured
Um that he had no li:ile (eeling toward Eng
land, lie h'wever iii-iite no secret of his belief
in and eyiiif Hiliv !r Arabi, and it ha been as
certained tn.it i,e dined with the insurgent chief
three days belore the occuation ol the canal by
The object of Sir Garnet Wol.-eley in seizing
t:e CHtiul upHr io he tv. lold. He deemed it
necesMsiry to drivr i;ie rebels from Port S'.id and
the nei'ihi.r.'i'Mi i. mil J.e also w nhed to change
the base of l.i. j ermions irom Alexandria to Is
mxiliH. During the v ek ending 2Gth, there was some
tilitiiig abour ten miles iu advance Irom lemailia.
Sir Garnet V.,leIey has always been noted for
uanii, ana his uwmrent intention to nunti on to
wards Cairo with the force at his command has
been sharply criticised by military men in Eng
land. It wuii expected that there would be a
gencml engagement during lat.1 week, but Arahi's
policy appears to be to avoid such a thing until
he has drawn his eneaiy far away from the sup
port of the fleet.
The following is the substance of General
WoleleyV own account of the two latest en
gagements. Ol that of the 24tb August be
says : " I advauced, lorming before daybreak.
wuii ti e Household Cavalry, two horse artillery
t;unn, thirty mounted infantry, 1000 men Irom
the lurk and Lancaster Tfcgiments and marines.
Alter some skirmishing we took possession of
a dam which the enemy had constructed across
the canal between the village of Magfar and
Mahuta. 1 soon found that the enemy were
being largely re-enforced from Tel-el-Kcbir. We
could Ree trains of them arriving. The precision
of the enemy's artillery fire was very good, but
fortunately thev bred common shells nearly all
dav, and when they did fire schrapncl their fuse
wire was badly ndiustcd. Our casualties have
been slight. I ehall attack the enemy's position
at Ilolenke, and hope to take possession of the
quay they constructed there this morning." Of
that of 25th he says : " I'ushcd on again this
morning at daybreak. Ibe enemy bad a strongly
intrenched position at JNlauala, and trom the
bold way in which they attacked us yesterday I
hoped they would stond their ground to-day.
They withdrew their guns, however, last night.
They hud twelve in action yesterday. The forces
at my disposal this morning was the first dm
sion and all the English cavalry, with sixteen
guns. My intention was to pivot on my left at a
dam we took yesterday, and swing round my
right to take the enemy's position and drive
them into the fresh water canal. I sent the
cavalry completely round their position to occupy
the railway in their rear, and, if possible, cap
ture their engines and rolling stock. Xtns opera
tion wan very well carried out. The rear of the
enemy had a large camp at the Mesthameh rail
way station, which we took, routing the enemy
with considerable loss, taking five Krupp guns
seventy-five railway carriages laden with provi
sions and a large quantity of amunition and
rifles. Although 1 did not intend advancing
beyond Mahala for some days, such has been the
success of the cavalry to-day that 1 intend to
morrow to occupy the Kaseain lock of the fresh
water canal. I his secures a passage across
the desert lying between Ismailiu and the culti
vatcd land of the Delta.
NEW jork, August z7tn. A oar cable spe
rial from Ismmlia 6ays: Only the Irish Fusileers
and three batteries of artillery remain at this
roint. The remainder of the British forces is
nt the front, pushing on beyond Moscima toward
Tel-el-Kebir. The Indian cavalry are proving a
great success in the ndvance. The horses have
regained their land leg', and appear inured to
the sands. Next to the Indian squadron the
Highland brigade seems tl be in the best trim
for advance. The advance is necessarily slow
The country is rough and broken and desolate in
arneanincc, and the air is tilled with bne sand
which proves annoying to troops. The sand
so loose that the wheels of the guns sink deep
and horses have to be doubled in order to dra
the pieces across the country. The line of od
vnnce is from the fresh water canal. Clusters
liutn, called towns, are scattt ed along the wate
way, and the natives are in hearty sympathy with
Dcerters from Arahi's forces state that the
rebel eoinraander proposes to inakt a determined
stand beyond Iel-el-Kebir, ana not a great ais
fa nee from Zagazig. The latter point will prob
ably be chosen as the scene of battle. Its natura
fortifications are strong, and it is easy of access
from the west alone. Arabi's opportunity for
holding the British in check at Zagazig, even
though he does not give battle nor make any de
termined defence, is far superior to any position
of proiuinenee between Ismailia and Cairo. If
he does not give battle at Zagazig he will retire
to Heliopolis and intrench to defend Cairo. The
military authorities are inclined to the belief that
Arabi can mass no less than 40,000 men between
Tel-el-Kebir and Zagazig. The effective force of
the Britieb does not exceed 35,009.
Our Foreign Correspondence.
San Francisco. August 26. 1882.
The quiet following the adjournment of Con
press renders American news uninteresting.
Washington is deserted. The President and
such Government officials as can get awaj are
seeking recreation at the various summer resorts
The Tariff Commission is listening to the argu
ments of the representatives of the business in
terests of the country and gathering muterial for
subsequent digestion. Congressional nominations
are being made throughout the country. The
Prohibition party has just held a National Con
vention at Chicago, and threatens to exercise
some influence in the next campaign, the move
ment having made considerable advaucew through
out the country within the past year. In Cali
lornia politics are beginning to boil. The Re
publicans hold their convention at Sacramento
next week. It looks aa though the main fight
may bo on the Sunday Law. The Democratic
Conventi on opposed it, while the action of many
of the Republican County Conventions indicates
a disposition to support it in the State Convention.
The mining debris question will also exercise a
powerful influence, as the agricultural countries
injured by the deposits from the mines will niHkc
a hard fight in support of their repressive policy,
and threaten, if something is not conceded to
them, to run an independent ticket. The Chi
nese restriction question has come up in the
Courts on construction of the law in the case of
Chines-e jailors on American ship, and Justice
Field of the United States Circuit Court has ren
dered a decision permitting them to land them.
This however does not apply to the Chinese crews
of the British steamers on the Chinese and Aus
European news is af but little interest. Eng
land and Turkey have not yet been able to agree
upon the terms by which they will the
Egyptian imbroglio, and io the meantime oecefal
Sir CJarnet Wolseley who has assumed command of
the British forces in the Nile delta is making his
arrangements for an advance upon Cairo. II is
last inovo has been to shift his base of operations
from Alexandria to Ismailia in the Suej Canal,
by which he evidently intends to escape the em
birrds.ment likely to meet huu on account of the
overflow of the Nile which is now rapidly increas
ing. During the present week be has advanced
his lines towards Cairo, and a sharp engagement
has occurred in front of the Lgypnan Ionised po-
ition on the railroad, resulting iu a partial Brit
ish succes'. Arabi Pa ha seems disposed to make
no decided stand until the invaders are beyond
the support of the fleet, and at latest reports is
throwing up entrenchments in the vicinity of
Cairo, lie is also in force at his original posi-
ion near Alexandria, although a British suc
cess on the line from Ismailia to Cairo would ren
der that position untenable. The British thus
far have suffered more from sunstrokes than from
Egyptian snot and shell.
A telegram from Hongkong reports that the
Phillipine Islands have been scourged by the
cholera, more than four thousand natives having
been swept away. Among Europeans tne mor
tality haa been light.
At -VI ta moras, Mexico, the yellow tever wbicn
baa been raging for several weeks past is abating,
but at runsviUe, oo U e American aide of tne
Rio Grande the epidemic shows no signs of abat
ing, from fifty to sixty new cases being reported
What the People Say.
Wa iovita azpressiona of opinion from the public npon
II subjects 01 general intvrest for insertion under tni
head of tne Adtietisb. Such communication should
be authenticated by the name of the writer aa a gua
rantee of good faith, .but not necessarily for publica
tion. Our object is to offer the fullest opportunity for a variety
of popular discussion and inquiry.
To all inquirtr we shall endeavor to furnish Informa
tion of the most complete character on any aunject in
which they may be interested.!
Mb. Editoh : Ambition urges me to write to
vou, 1 would lite to see myselt in print, and
entilate my claims and nationality as otbnrs
Lave done. I aia but a recent importation to
these Islands, ami know but very little of the
history thereof. I was induced to emigrate her
by the interest excited from a visit of your King
to my native land, and was surprised to see His
Majesty attired in European costume, alight
from the Mayor's carriage iu my native city, and
enter the portals of our town hall, where he was
suitably cuttrtaiued, actually understood English
and replied to the addresses made to him iu -th.it
I am simple enough to admit that up to th
time of this incident, I had lived under the im
pression that the natives of these Islands were
iu a savage state, and that His Majesty was a
perfect enicurenu cannibal and had stewed mis
sionary every day for dinner, and I was delighted
to have these impressions removed, and was as
sured that it was a civilized country coiuiner
cia'ly prosperous, of a genial clim ite, und that
intending settlers would have equal protection
to life and property, no mutter to what nation
ality they belonged, so long as they respect d
the laws by which they were governed. I be
came anxious to settle here, and an oppoituuity
offering for a cheap passage, I came along and
have lauded here safely, where I trust to remain
and inuke money. Of course I soon found out
that the King does not eat stewed missionaries,
but I fiud that the missionary element stews His
Majesty pretty well (figuratively.)
Well, being unemployed, and of an enquiring
disposition, I try to improve the passing hour
iu learning something about the country of my
adoption, such as the customs of the natives, and
the relative position of the different nationalities,
and have arrived at the conclusion that the
citizens of the United States of America are the
'Boss" crowd, on the job. I very soou found
this out, and a countryman of mine was amazed
at my temerity by making comparative remarks
as to this precedence in a public company (over
a glass of I eer you know) and that
I was foolish to express myself thusly,
and he seriously advised me, if I had any
desire to get on to sink my nationality, adore
the Stars and Stripes, and confine my devo
tions to my Queen and country to the
precincts of my dollar and a half room, where I
would be at liberty to be as patriotic as I liked,
and could quietly and silenty admire the effigy
of Her Brittanic Majesty, God bless her, on my j
last halfpenny j
Out of the four newspapers published here i
three of that number do not disguise their anti- i
pathy to you and the Government, aud as they
all sing the same song I would like to know
what the other nationalities think about this
agitation. I find in one of these papers a
descriptive acconnt of the Farewell Dinner
to ex-Minister Comly, and a detailed report
of the speeches delivered on this occa
son, and it is the tone of these said speeches
thus published to the world that leads me
to criticize what I deem public property without
fear of the inevitable tabu. Mr. P. C. Jones pro
posed the health of the President of the United
States of America, that of most gracious
M-.ijtsly King ITalakaua," that of General Comly,
the guest of the evening, who replied as became
the occaston; aud then followed that of Minister
Resident Daggett and here I must pause, to i
direct special aud earnest attention to the clos- '
ing sentence of this gentle : an's oration the '
italics are mine. ''Discretion suggests prudeacr
of utterance in speaking for others, and especially
in one occupying th" position in which! now ,
find myself. But this I maj- say that whatever :
I can do to advance American interests in these
Islands may be depcuded upon with a Jut regard
to the tqnili't of national in ti'C-.urt and to the
rightt ami prerogatives of the Govi-ru:uent and
people whose hospitality we are sharing." :
Now when I add to these suitable and honor- ;
able sentiments the words composing the creden
tials introducing this geutlemau to our Soverign, '
full of expressions of good will from th Presi
dent of the United States of America, and con- :
trast these harbingers of peace to all men, with
the mal-conteut utterances of most of the speak
ers who followed, I have to ask tLie outside bar-
barians, that is, the other nationalities on these '
Islands, to weigh well what has been said on '
this eventful occasion, and not be dismayed at 1
the vaporings of a few disappointed place hunters, j
but place the utmost confidence in the honor of '
the United States Government who will not ,
usurp the vested and sacred rights of a nation, j
whose welfare they have fostered, aud the good ;
will of whose Sovereign has so recently been so- i
licited by their Chief Magistrate.
I am sure the ex aud present Ministers must !
have felt pained to have heard seditious aud po- j
litical speeches at what was intended for a social ;
demonstration what a left-handed compliment :
it must have been to ex-Miuister Comly to be J
told that he had drawn his pay for five years au;l i
tacitly allowed American Influences, Interest and
Representation to decline and it appears to me
that the whole affair was an intended insult in- j
stead of a compliment to the retiring Minister
and a warning to Mr. Daggett was it covert j
satire that Mr. Comly uttered when he said that i
Mr. Daggett "was like a young cub with his
troubles all before him." Wild speeches like ;
these published broad cast will not add to the j
prosperity of these Islands, and other nations
will wonder how it is, that American citizens I
have been so ill represented as to allow abuses '
such as these to cul initiate. j
The present Ministry is but a clay old aud ;
have had no opportunity to curry out the reforms
which a properly constituted representative Leg- ;
islature have euactdd a representation opt u t;
It is well to have two parties in a State so that '
the balance of power may be adjusted shou'd
one power kick over the traces. Let dissatisfied
Americana air their grievances through the j
medium of their accredited Minister, whom I I
feel assured will carry out the principle em-
bodied in his statement, viz: "with due regard
to the equities of national intercourse, etc."
The American Republic, composed as it is of
every nationality, influences the civilization of
the world, and the throbs of its vitality are felt
to the uttermost end of the globe, the enterprises
of its citizens compete successfully with those
f other nations, and it is unworthy of any of j
its true citizens to give utterances to opinions in j
a foreign country engendering strife, so much
at variance with the priucple of their great Con- j
Ms. Ediob: The history of
nations shows that the fate of
customs and land marks is to
all countries and
be swept away.
Time, the elements, the Land of man, all
busied in destroying the venerable relics of
pant, and it is only here and there that an en
lightened intelligence exerts itself to preserve to
posterity the relics of a former age. We find
great museums established in other countries in
which are stored priceless works of otherwise
almost unknown nations ad races; but here, in
this archipelago there exists but a few examples
of the skill with which the ancient Hawaiian
wrought or of his manners and customs. In this
country, another land muik has passed away;
acother link that bound the past of this people
to their present has disappeared, aud that, that
might have einiohM tke museum has passed
into "the beyond." ? inve been led to pen
the above from having read tut a grass hut at
Ewa was destroyed by fire a day or to ago; and
now I learn that the adobe wall built many
years ogo on King street has vanished. Ais J
THK LARGEST ANO trLNJfiST
ALWAYS ON lEiAlSTX).
the; latest styles of hats i
FLOWERS, FEATHERS, LACES.
RIBBONS. SATINS, SILKS.
ORNAMENTS AND ALL NECESSARY TRIMMINGS
RECEIVED BY EVERY VESSEL,
DIRECT FROtVi THE MANUFACTURER!
Proud to sajr that the Latest Stylo of lints
Can Only be Produced by a First-class Milliner !
o h:is worked iu First-class Millinery Establishments, aud NO OTHER !
Honolulu i?5 a great place for Fashionable I Tats, ami readies
will therefore do well by calling at
Tlie Xaeadizxg IMillixicry Store !
a2GdAw CORNER FORT and HOTEL STREETS.
BROGUE, SPEAR & CO.,
Manufacturing and Importing Jewelers ! !
75 PORT STREET, HONOLULU.
gKU I.K.I V K TO 1NFOHM TIIK I'CIII.IC GKMCKAL.1.V Tlllt TllfclK HTOCK UV
Holiday Goods is Gomplctc.
SCARF RINGS. SLEEVE BUTTONS.
tSOSalS aSIEalTESIS. WaITCMESS
S7WcLlXjL&ixxjL x specialty.
Silver Filagre Jewelry, "
Tasmanian Shell Necklace in all shade, of Color,
Silver Plated Ware. American Clock..
XV 1C WOULD A UNO STATU THAT W K MAM'fMCTlKK ALL KINDS OF
Gold, Kiiakui, Shell and other Jewelry !
Wax tell em Repaired Vy Competent Worknien.
DIAMONDS SET IN THE LATEST STYLES.
J A Speciality Made in EiitfrsiviiiR or sill kind
MONOGRAMS, MODELS, LOOKKTS, fcc.
7- (ll(l)KKS FROM THK OTHER I ML. 4 X DM WILL RKCKIVK OUR pnoMFT
i ATTK.VriON. a
Erery Article Guaranteed as represented, or Money Refunded
75 FORT STItliKT,
Io. 103 Fort Street.
; Ladies Attention Solicited
1KS. V. II. WILKINSON beg a
iJl at ate lu her numeroat friends and pa Irom, both la Ilo
nololu and an the various Islands, that site baa Just returned
from California, where her time haa beeu spent In aelectinf one
or the moat complete and choicest stocks of
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S
That bts erer been exhibited In Honolulu.
gat-t Varied toe It embraces
All the Latest Styles of SPEINCr HATS !
Including the Imperial Trimmings and Ornaments la
A Line of Elegant FRENCH FLOWERS
Of most exquisite beauty.
A Beautiful Assortment of DRESS SILKS,
Ribbons, Fans. KacMugs, Laces, Lisle Tnread Hose and
UIotck, LaCr Mitts, fancy and plain; Belts, C.
In addition to the above I inrite my friends to call and see
my fahionlle Iilmans. L'lstera and Ready Made Salts, Al-
Children's Department for CLOTHING
Which selection is unique and stylish. A most supe
rior line of imported
Hats and Bonnets, Morning Shawls, Veils
Parasols. Dress Shields.
Silk and ll'm-.titehed Handkerchiefs,
Buttons, all in full supply.
DON'T DELAY YOUR VISIT !
All ray prices ar reasonable snd carefully considered
to suit the times.
My friend, on the various Is landi will truat their Orders to
my care, all of which will be attended to carefully and
MB.3. W. H. WILKINSON,
mar 5 tf 103 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Water ! Water !
KKI tTlllX AKTKK TlltS UTK. JCNK
1 2 M, U limited, to Four Hours (4) per Day
From 6 to 8 in tne Morning and
from 4 to 6 in tke Evening;.
rVrmi anion t lrrit during more convenient boars
will be granted on application to the Superintendent of
Peraons found irrisstin- except during specified hours
will have their privi'egee snxpruded without notice.
PER ORDKR. J). FREETH.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved: SIMON IC KAAI,
wjnat tf Minister of Interior.
PLANING MILL !
127 FORT ST., HONOLULU.
PMalus, Shapiig, Taralng,
Band aod Srroll Sawlny,
!iiri, Sk, Cllatls,
Deer aid Wlidew Frames,
Brafkftn, Ballistfrs, Stairs, Etc.,
Hade U Order
MOULDINGS So FINISH
alvvay on niNu.
T A II orders filled on sart notice and
MouIdiBfS made to any pattern without
extra charge for
PRICE OF MACHINE WORK, $1.00 TO
$1.50 PER HOUR.
Orders from the other Islands promptly Oiled. Plana
and speclflcaliena furnished to order.
C. J- IIARDEE,
nelaly U. F. BER TELMANN.
IN IMKT OK
CHAINS. NECKLACES. SCARF PINS.
TO JIFJHIIWS,J'l,l.milS, ETC.
JAM ICS IIUN'X. MKKCII NT. ULASUOW.
Undertakes the purchi.se and shipment or all kinds of Brit
ish ind Continental Goods, and will be glad to receive Orders,
at rates either tree on board at shipping port In Europe, or
delivered -x ship (Imt with duty fur buyer'e account) at
Honolulu. Puch Orders may be accompanied by remittances,
payable in London ot Ban Francisco t or be will draw at 00
days sight ayiinst confirmed credit from Honolulu Baokers,
or otherwUe, to suit the convenience of buyers.
MK.-SRS. WM. Q. Ill WIN CO., lionolula.
1ION.J.P. WALK Kit, Honolulu.
THE AURA BANK.(LiiPited), London.
WM. WENNER& CO.
Jnst Ketnrned from SAN FRANCISCO,
LOOK OUT FOR ADVERTISEMENT
OT2SXT WEEK !
W If II EH TO INFORM THK
PUI3LIO OK HONOLULU
Imports Furniture !
Less than any Other Dealer
IN THK HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
Ills Steam Power Farilitle (ooplcd. with tbe Brut
Workmen, torn nt Itrtirr Murk, aud at Lrsa
ton man any oilier r.MaulMimrnt. If
don't believe It
GO & PIttCE KIS GOODS
GENUINE KOA COFFINS. $25.00 EACH
Cheaper tban any other House la Town.
"f261 J. II. BRUKS Jr.
tZS" Thirty-two pieces all-wool dress good
for only 25 cents per yard at Chas. J. Fwhbl'i
- U-" Gents Complete Business Suitn, $7.50. at
Jy22 tf Chas. J Fishix's PopitLAB Store.
! iJML su,iswajn