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Rf Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
K?r House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c.
JfcV' ,. Hammocks fiom S2 to $7.50.
fgs$?i Wc havo lately received several invoices of
Bfc Plows, made-specially for the Island trade,
txlSSi.1 liv'tho Mollno How. Co., anil nre still ablo to furnish nil stvlns siml kIzi-m. wlfli
lt&& i'v- - estra parts, nt lowest prices.
18k v auuuwii iu .uut ruiuur block, wjucu is more complete man ever below,
Shbbj,.'!' ' 'wo have received nranv NOVELTIES to wlifoli mi Invito t.im nt.tnnttnn'-nf immro
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lBffi!G':" .At tne.jjowcst rnccs ever ouitcu in tne market. j.
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7V C1C3 WB QHARLES T. GULICK, '
t "rfN.V . '- Tte ES NOTARY, PUBLIC,
d j;;:''.'jt , IpU Agent to take Acknowledgments to
lV'fMH' . fcd b" .Labor Contracts,
SfK; '' ., r ISlUi AND GENEK.VL BUSINESS AGENT. ,
Jp.;.V,Uly JJft V li , Ofllcc, in Makec's Block, corner Queen T1
K-'a W VO and.Kaaliumanu streets, Honolulu. 21
: laHHinH' i "OltOVN & PHILLIPS, Practiqal '
BM - ' "" -"riumboie.Ga&FltterHundCopiWr.
lffl8BK,&':-.'.v'. , ,a nMiJi'i umitlis, No. lBNuuanuBt.. lIonolulu.
WgfflMA " C3F" House and Ship Job Work proinplfly
Tho oid-rashioned stories which
the unhappy Imjt? of Uic Inst frencr
ntion read, havo been succeeded by
the manly and fascinating criminal
novel. In the old story books it was
assumed .that truth fulness, honesty
and obedienco to parents were vir
tues, and that the Christian religion
was not wholly devoid of merit. If
these views were not directly taught
in the juvenile literary of our fathers,
at nil events they were never direct
ly or indirectly attached. Boys
could learn nothing from their story
books except'p'repostcrous platitudes
nothing that was of any practical
use, or that tended to develop in
them manly and brilliant traits. No
such complaint can bo made of tho
dime and half-dime novels of tho
criminal school which arc, now read
by all our boys, cither openly or
secretly. 'In these delightful stories
now forms of profanity and slang, arc
taught in the most effective wayli
The pleasures of burglary and, high
way robbery, the manliness Of gam
bling and lighting, and the heroism
of successful lying arc se$ forth" in
what is regarded by youthful readers
as glowing eloquence, wliilo the great
truths that all parents are tyrants,
that all religious people are hypo
crites, and that disobedience to
fathers and teachers is obedience to
nobler instincts of juvenile nature
are sedulously taught. Such stories
as the'so" develop all that is manly
and lawless in our boys, and teach
them lessons that cannot fail to: be
of immense service to them in what
ever criminal carter they may adopt.
There are a fow old-fasliioned peo
ple who denounce the new juvenile
literature iii ulispaxing terms ; but
that nearly all fathers approve of it
is self-evident. They kuow that their
boys are; .reading novels illustrative
of tho excellence of crime, 'but'they
make no pffort to suppress thatsort
of literature, as they certainly would
do did they disapprove of itw No
thing would be simpler than to.
drive those novels out of existence
AH, that would bo- necessary to do
would be to " Boycott " the, news
dealers who keep them .. for sale.
Tho truth evidently is that fathers
either do not care Vhat their boys
read, or that they havo no fault to
find with "Jack Harlcaway " and
tho " Boy Burglars." . It cannot, be
that respectable gentlemen who dis
like crime, profanity and vulgarity,
wilfully refuse to know what their
boys are reading, or weakly hope
that by some happy ;chanco .their
reading will do them iio harm.-;- W.
Jj. Alden in Ilar'fier'a 'MagaziAe..
Union Feedj Comlpany
Largest and Best Stock
HAT, GRAIN AND FEED
, Of all description, and guarantees to keep a full supply
' constantly on hand.
ESTSend orders to A. W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu.
CtEO, f. wfes'
GalVdtid Select one for yourself; ..
Ami' avoid tho risk and oxpeuse from ordering abroad. , : -
At 107 Fort Street vou will find the ;, ,
Largest Stock of Musical Merchandise
' Ever seen in this Kingdom, Including tho
Steinway Pianos, Matlmshek Pianos,
Weber Pianos, Fischer Pianos,
Westermeier Pianos, and
Woodward & Brown Pianos.
Also, a largo stock of ORGANS, ranging from' 45 to $250.
GEO. F. WE)LLS, t
25 107 Fort Street, Honolulu.
TELEPHONE NO. ,179 .connects
with Wells' New Music Store I
If you want your Pianos tuned, 'ring
, us up! 13
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TUSS" RECEIVED' 'THE LAND
v of theMidniiiht Sun," Summer
ind Winter journeys tljrbugh
Bwedoij, Norway, Lapland and
Northern Finland; by Paul B. Du
OliaJIIu;'. with map and '235 illustra
tions. Price, 2 vols,. $7.60.
,. - J. W. Robertson & Co. .
WORN is tlie '
For lo at
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- MONSTR ATION of t!lo ox-
istunco of men boforo Adam," with
(iharts and illustratioiw. l.y Alox.
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