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Importer and Dealer iu
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery,
Toilet Articles, Pocket Cutlery, etc., etc.
Gents' Furnishing Goods, TrunJcs, Valises,
Traveling Bjgs, Watches, Diamonds, Jewclery and Sllvcr-waro, otc.
Northeast Corner of Fort and Merchant sts., Honolulu,
AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT
Can always bo found
Full Lines of Superior Famishing Goods,
JUST RECEIVED, ex "Forest 0110011,"
, Tweed & Cashmere Suits of various patterns
Tlio finest suits ever ottcreu iu tins market.
Also, Elegant Blue Flannel Suits. DSy Jnt call and examine those goods and
then compare them with the " trash" offered jou by tliu
"Gah-bags" of the town.
April 12 (32) Jf. McINEUNY.
Union Feed Company ,
Largest and Best Stock
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED
Of all description, and guarantees to keep a full supply
constantly on Iiand.
(JgpSend ordors to
14 Fort St.,
Importer and Dealer in
Ladies', Misses' and Ckildiens'
Shoes and Slippers!
Gentleman's and Youth's
C , Boots axd Shoes !
Just Received, ex steamer City of New
Jirect from Philadelphia,
A ery superior assortment of
BOOTS & SHOES !
ngyGivr, mk a Cxix-ffia
Drink Palmer & Co.'h
75 cents per dozen.
Lilikalani Manifesto !
of February, 1889,
Translated by II. L. Bheldonj published
by T, G, Thrum,
Price, : : 95 cents.
Way bo had at J. W. Robertson & Ca's.
ALL PERSONS SEEKING
- Emnlovini'lit. and all nartlei either
In Honolulu or at any of tlio Islands in
tlio Group in want of Employees will
please mako their wanti known to the
undersigned, who will da all in their
power to fill their orders,
P. C. Jones, jr., J, U. Atherton, B, F.
Dillingham, Emplowaeut Committee V.
M. C. A, 1
Just received from Kona, Hawaii, a lino
lot of Loulu Hats.
01 Iw A. K. Clegborn S, Co.
G. II, ROBERTSON,
Drayman best teams
Telephone No. 65, ia
A. W. Dm.li.
A. W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu.
'HE BEST SUSPENDER
WORN Is the
A. W. RiniAnnsoN's.
A new lot just received by
J. W. IloiiKitrxok & Co.
Honolulu Steam Planing MIIN, Espla
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Frames, Blinds',
Sashes, Doors, and all kinds of Wood
work JlnUh. Turning, Scroll and Band
Sawing. All kinds of Sawing and Plan
ing, Mortlolhg and Tenanting.
Ordors promptly attended to and work
guaranteed. Orders from the other Is
lands solicited. 21
Trial Balance Paper.
A uew lot just received by
J. W. KonFJtTHO.v & Co.
A HONOLULU IRON
fc Works Co. Steam engines, sugar
r mills, boilers, coolers, iron, brass
and load castings; machinery of uvcrv
description made to order. Particular
attention nam to snip' blacksmlthlng.
don wont execuicu on snort notloe, 1
RUBBER STAMPS !
Tho undersigned are the
For these Islands for tho Celebrated
J. W, ROBERTSON & Co,
"DROWN & CO
'lues nnd Knlrlls.
- Denlf-rH III Ainu. Wluna nnrl Knlrllu.
Ho, 'J Merchant St., Honolulu. 12
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"DROWN & PHILLIPS, Practical
JJ Plumbois, GuuKittersand Copper
smiths, No. 18 Nuuunust, Honolulu.
IIouho and Ship Job Work promptly
Cite Bailii ,J!iI!
TUESDAY, APRIL 2o, 1882.
Webster and Burr.
Mr. Webster used to tell with
great rest nn incident in his profes
sional life, to illustrate how pnst
studies may prove of great service in
an emergency. While practicing in
New Hampshire, n blacksmith em
ployed him to defend u contested
will. Thu ease was such n compli
cated one that hi was obliged to
order books from Boston, tit the ex
pense of fifty dollars, in order to
acquaint himself with and to settle
the legal principlsc involved. He
won thu case, nnd, as the amount
involved was small, charged fifteen
dollars for services, mid was, there
foie laigcly out of pocket. Many
years after, when passing through
New York ho was consulted by
" I have n very perplexing case,"
said Mr. Burr, u which I cannot dis
entangle. "I knowl am right butsce
no way of proving it in court."
Mr. Webster listened, and found
the principles identical with his curly
He stated them in such a lumin
ous way that Mr. Burr excited said,
" Have j'ou been consulted before
"No, sir; I never heard of the
case till you mentioned it."
u How is it possible that you
could unravel such a case at sight,
when I had given many hours of nnx
ious study to it in vain? "
Mr. Webster enjoyed his perplex
ity, but finally relieved him by a
statements of the facts. A great
sum was at stake, nnd Mr. AVcbster
received a fee of one thousand
dollars to balance his former loss.
The moral of this incident is that
whatever is worth doing is worth do
ing well. Mr. Webster, when a
young lawyer, acted on this maxim,
and this laid the- foundation of his
greatness as a lawyer.
Cheap Things' the Most
Professor Atwator, of tho Agricul
tural College of Connecticut, has de
duced from tho various analyses nnd
investigations of chemists a tablo
illustrating the comparative nutritive
value of various species of fish, flesh
and fowl. Somo of its conclusions
will surpriso many persons, inasmuch
as they are direotly contrary to gener
ally reouived notions on the subject.
As a basis the Professor takes me
dium beef neither fat nor lean as
having a nutritive value of 100. He
puts fat pork at 1 16, smoked beef at
14G, smoked ham at 157, ordinary
beef at 01.3, mutton at 8G.6, buttor
at 124.1, cheese from skimmed milk
at 159, hens eggs at 72.2. In fresh
fish the highest place is given to
salmon, 107.9. Spanish mackerel aro
estimated at 105.9, bonod cod at 106
(above all frcbh fish, save salmon),
canned salmon at 107, and salted
mackerel at 111.1. Oysters sup
posed by many to be so nutritious,
at 21.8, and lobsters at 50.3. A
very satisfactory point in this esti
mate is that what is cheapest is the
most uotirshing. The exceptional
nutritive character of smoked and
dried preparations is due to tho evap
oration of moisture and compression
of tissue, Tho enormous amount of
nutriment in cheese explains tho vast
consumption of American chcoso iu
England, where one sees laborers
catiijg it freely ,-
"DREADAMITES, OR A'DE-
MONHTHA'l'ION of tlio ov.
Isteuee of men before Adam," with
charts ana illustrations, by Alex.
Wiiichell, LL.D. Bound in cloth,
Price $3.75. For sale by
I W. ItOUKKTSOX Jt C.
17 IRE MAN'S FUND INSUR-
ANCK COMPANY of San Fran
cisco, File and Marine. Cash capital
Gold, $500,000. Dwelling risks n spe
cialty. Detached dwellings and contents
Insured for a period of :i years, lir two
premiums in advance. B v , riling small
lines on carefully selected risks, well
distributed, offers Indemnity uecoud to
none. Losses promptly adjusted.
Bisuov & Co,, .Agents, for the
lu Hawaiian Islands.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
Importers and Dealers in
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Houso Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c.
Have just received from New York, a full assortment of
New and Desirable Tools & Shelf Hardware
Also, from London,
Wostenholm's 1XL Knives and Razors. Wndo & Butcher's Razors,
Garden Shears. Stubbs' Files, all kluds and sizes; Hubbook's Whlto Load
and Zinc, Hubbock's palo boiled oil, dry paints, pummlco stone,
Fine cround black lead, lump alum, enamelled saucepans,
Tinned saucepans, fry pans, tea kettles, galvanized buckets.
Tubs and basins, Babbit metal, hexlgon and square nuts,
Sheet srlnc. perforated and plain; a large assortment of
Door Mats, Fish Lines and Twine,
Limerick Hooks, sail needles, topsail chains, rooting screws, rat traps,"
Rice hoes, Chamois skins, dandy brushes, hand bellows, anvils, vises, etc.
rffVTTjTn f Fcnco wire and staples, galvanized "nTT"!?!? t
We have lately received several Invoices of
Plows, made speoially for the Island trade,
by the Mollno Plow Co., and are still able to furnish all styles and sizes, with
extra parts, at lowest prlcos.
Iu addition to oiu regular stock, which Is more complete than ever bofore,
we have received many NOVELTIES to which we invito tho attention of buyers.
25 DILLINGHAM & CO., Fort Street.
All Ladies having visited tho
CALIFORNIA ONE PRICE BAZAR,
During the lost week have found us guilty of
Selling- Goods at Slaughtering Prices !
In addition to our largo and new stock of Staple Dry Goods, wo have
opened one of tho most elegant collections of
Shoes ! Shoes ! Shoes !
Ever placed before the Ladies of this city, surpassing in quality and price
A full lino of tho
" Sarah. Brenhturdt Sandals."
TGIVE US A CALL.-a
OHAS. J. FISHEX-,
44 Corner of Fort nnd Hotel Sts.
J. W. Robertson & Co.,
We havo mndo such arrangements witn our musio agents, ns will en
able us hereafter to keep on hand a full assortment, and also to receive
the latest pieces as they aro published. Any special orders will receive
our best and prompt attention.
Gall and Select one for yourself,
And avoid the risk and expense from ordering abroad.
At 107 Foit Street you will find the
Largest Stock of Musical Merchandise
Ever seen in this Kingdom, including the
Steinway Pianos, Mathushek Pianos,
Weber Pianos, Fischer Pianos
Westermeier Pianos, and
"Woodward & Brown Pianos.
Also, a large stock of ORGANS, ranging from $45 to 8250-
GEO. F. WELLS,
2 107 Fort Street, Honoltilu.
J. W. ROBERTSON & CO.,
Wo aro prepared to rccoivo further orders for any paper or magazine
published in (Julifornia, tho Eastern States, Canada and Europo.
At tho present time wo rccoivo by every mail over one huudrod and.
fifty different papors and magazines,, published in tho English, French,.
German and Scandinavian Languages, for our subscribers.
As our 'subscription list is large, vto are enabled to furnibh the papers,
at u law rato of subscription.
Shipped direct to
GEO. I. WELLS'
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