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Importer and Dealer in
iClothing', Boots and Shoes, Perfumery,
Toilet Articles, PocketCutlery, etc, etc.
Gents' Furnishing Goods Trunks, Valises,
Traveling Hag", Watches, Dlamuiuls, Jeweler and Silver-ware, etc.
Northeast Comer of Fort and Merchant sts., Honolulu.
AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT
Can always be found
Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Goods,
JUST UliCElVKI), ex "Forest Queen,"
Tweed & Cashmere Suite of various patterns
Tlie Attest suits ever offered In this market.
Also, Elegant Blue- Flannel Suit. K& Just call and exumluo these goods and
then compare them with the ' trash" offered you by the
"Gas-bags" of the town.
Largest and Best Stock
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED
Of nil description, and guarantees to keep a full Btipply
constantly on hand.
BSTSend orders to
1U Fort St.,
Importer and Dealer In
Ladles', Misses' and Cklldrcns'
Shoes and Slippers!
Gentleman's nud Youth's
Boots akd Shoes !
L Just Hccelvcd,
ex steamer City of New
Direct from 2V lladelph ia,
A very superior assortment of
BOOTS & SHOES !
BSyGivic Mb a Cxur&H
McChesney & Githens,
Proprietors Honolulu Tnnnery ;
Dealers in Hides, 'Tullow & Leather,
Also, Groceries, Provisions,
71 Salt, etc., etc., etc.
Drink Palmer & Co.'s
75 cents per dozen.
Lilikalani Manifesto !
of February, 1882,
Translated by II. L. Sheldon; published
by T. G. Thrum.
Price, : : 33 cents.
May be had tit J. W. Robertson & Co's.
LI, PERSONS SEEKING
Employment, and all parties cither
in Honolulu or at any of tha Islands in
the Group In want of Employees will
please make their wuuu known to the
undersigned, who will do all In their
porter to till their orders.
P.O. Joncfjr.. J. U. Athcrton, H. F.
Dillingham, Eiuploj incut Committee Y.
M. C. A. , 1
3&G. II. ROBERTSON,
Z'f.V'u ur.iyinuu uusi ivams
11 iowii. icepuout avi uo. iu m
A. W. Bush.
A. W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu.
MIE BEST SUSPENDER
WOltN Is the
For sale at
A. W. HiciiAnusoN's.
A new lot just received by
J. V. Roiikuthon & Co.
Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, Espla
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
Urackuts, Window Frames, Blinds,
SaMiuK, Doorc, and all kinds of Wood
work milch. Turning, Scroll uud Band
Hawing. All kinds of Sawing and Plan
ing, .Morticing and Tenanting.
Orders promptly attended to untl work
guaranteed. Orders from the other Is
lands solicited. 21
Trial Balance Paper.
A new lot juct received by
J. W. llOUKKTSOX & Co.
Works Co. Hti am cncinpn. mimir
mills, bollcril. IMM1I-H Iron limn
nd lead castings; machinery of every
docrimlon made to order. Particular
attentlon paid to ultipV blsckumlthinp.
Job work executed on hort notice. 1
The undersigned are the
For these Islands for the Celebrated
J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.
CO., Importers ami
iVles. Wines and SnlrlLs.
Xo. 0 Mcrcliant St.. Honolulu. 12
nitOWN & PHILLIPS, Practical
-- Plumbum, C'usFlttcrsund Copper'
Hinilbs, No. lb Nuuuiiust., Honolulu.
Hout.0 and tSblu Job Work uruui.illv
iwW smw An 'toJj Jffa
t Jpmhi nltefiife
WEDNESDAY, MAY a, 1882.
Voder The Bed.
flu man under the lied docs not
always prove n myth. Perhaps It is
nu actual fact that women who pray
look for him more regularly than
others of a less Rpiritunl turn of
mind ; when the good woman kneels
at the bedside to offer Iter devotions,
it is the most natural thing in the
world for Iter to first explore that
historic territory mid satisfy herself
that no concealed burglar is listening.
It is also u well authenticate fact
that n pious womnn in the suburbs
of London did discover the legs of
a bold, bnd house-breaker sticking
out just as she began her petition.
She did not shriek, but went on
with prayer for that particular sinner
that would hnvo melted the heart of
u Newgate thief. I wish that it
might be added that he was converted
on the spot, came out, and was par
doned, and afterward married the
petitioner. But truth compels me
to add that the 'good woman was
interrupted in the most solemn part
of her prayer by a peal of laughter
from the graceless young brother
who enacted the part of a burglar.
More tragic was the story of the
lady who, traveling alone, stopped at
an inn and mentioned the fact thnt
she hud been followed and watched,
by a villainous-looking man with a
shock of red hair, whom she feared
had designs upon the valuables she
carried with her. As nothing was
seen of him at the inn, she retired
for the night, carefully locked the
door, and was soon in bed, leaving
a light burning in front of a mirror.
No sooner was her head on the pillow
than she had a distinct view of the
man with the red hair crouching
under the bed, She made no sound,
but reached softly for a scarf she
hnd laid near, made it into a running
noose, and waited. The next morn
ing when her servants broke open
the door, they found the lady sitting
up in bed, grasping with both hands
the noose, in which she held the
fearful weight of the dead man ;
she had strangled him, but was
herself a raving maniac, from
whom reason had forever flown.
Some time ago a prominent Judge
in Birmingham, N. H., was found
murdered in his own house, and no
clew to the murderer. It was im
mediately after an adverse decision
he had made in a case of great im
portance, and the murder was sup
posed to have been instigated by a
desire for revenge, but as all the
parties were respectable people, it
was impossible to fasten the guilt on
any one. The Judge was a widower,
mid lived alone, with the exception
of a- daughter and the servants.
This daughter was beautiful, and on
the evening in question had returned
home from a ball ut n late hour and
gone directly to her room, where she
stood before her mirror taking off
her jewels. As she did so, she held
her white and louuded arm above
her head, and conscious of its
beauty, said aloud : " What a beau
tiful anal" little thinking of the re
mark' of such consequence as it
proved to be in the tragedy that fol
lowed. The girl both saw and heard
her father's murderer, but as he was
masked, failed to distinguish his
features, but always 'declared she
should know his voice if ever she
beared it. Several years passed, and
in another city she was standing in a
crowd observing some passing sight,
when she was conscious of the
curious regard of n stranger who
stood near. Looking at her with a
singular intensity, he made this re
mark: "Oh, the beautiful arm!"
She knew the voice in an instant,
and throwing herself bodily on the
man, denounced him as her father's
murderer. He wus arrested, tried
uud convicted, and told how ho had
laid hidden under the bed mid heard
the idle remark of the young girl
which she herself had been scarcely
conscious of. Ho had regonized
heron meeting her, aud involuntarily
betrayed himself, ob he had been a
strauger and nu unsuspected party.
Shirts and Hosiery,
Fatrcy and liluo Flannel Shirts,
Wnitc hhirts in great variety,
Imported cxpiessiy for this market.
-i8 lw A. S. Cleghorn & Co.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
Importers and Dealer In
Hardware, Agricultural Implements.
House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c.
Have Just received from New York, n full assortment of
New and Desirable Tools & Shelf Hardware
Also, from Iondon,
Wostcnholm'R IXL Knives and Razors, Wade & Butcher's Razors,
Garden Shears. Stubbs' Files, all kinds and size; Hubbock's White Lead
and Zinc, Hubbock's pale boiled oil, dry paints, puinmlew stone,
Flue Ki-ound black lead, lump alum, enamelled saucepans,
Tinned saucepans, fry pans, tea kettles, galvanized buckets.
Tubs and basins, Babbit metal, hcxlgon and square nuts,
Sheet zinc, perforated and plain; a large assortment of
Door Mats, Fish Lines and Twine,
Limerick Hooks, sail needles, topsail chains, moling screws, rat traps,
Itleti hoes. Chamois skins, dandy brushes, hand bellows, unvlls, viso etc.
Fence wire and
Wo have lately received several Invoices of
Flows, made specially for the Island trade,
by the Mollnc Plow Co., and are still able to furnish all styles and sizes, with
extra parts, at lowest prices.
In addition to onrrognlar stock, which Is more complete than ever before,
wc have received many NOVELTIES to which we Invito the attention of buyers.
25 DILLINGHAM & CO., Fort Street.
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner, Pastry
Cook and Baker.
No. 71 Hotel st. Telephone 74. 5!)
HOLLISTER & Co.. Wholesale
and Retail Druggists, and Import
ers of Flue Tobaccos and Cigars, and
Manufacturer of Soda Water, Ginger
Ale, &c, ic 18
AH 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 large and new stock of Staple Dry Goods, wo have
opened one of the most elegant collections of
Ever placed before the Ladies of this city, surpassing in quality and price
A full linn nf the
" Sarah Brenhardt Sandals."
J&-GIVE US A CALL.-a
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
44 Corner of Fort and Hotel Sts.
Call and Select one for yourself,
And avoid, the risk and expense from ordering abroad.
At 107 Fort 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 $250-
GEO. F. WELLS,
25 107 Fort Street, Honolulu.
J. W. ROBERTSON & CO.,
We nro prepared to receive further orders for any paper or magazine
published in California, tho Eastern States, Canada and Europe.
At the present time wo receive by every muil over ono hundred and
fifty different papers and magazines, published in the English, French,
German and Scandinavian Languages, for our subscribers.
As our subscription list is large, we are enabled to furnifah the papers
at a low rate of subscription.
"The Planters' Monthly,"
Price 15 cents a copy.
Subscription price $1.50 a year.
Send orders to ,
J. W. BODEHTSON & CC.
THE Hawaiian Journal, " Ko Ha
waii Pak Aina," oMned and
edited by Kuwuinui Bros. ; has a
weekly edition of 8,300 copies, and
is the best advertising medium Of
fice, No. 0 Merchant st. 1
Shipped direct to
GEO. P. WELLS'