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Importer nml Dealer In
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery,
Toilet Article!!, Pocket Cutlery, etc., etc.
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunlcs, Valises,
Traveling Bags, Watches, Diamonds, Jcwelery and Silver-ware, etc.
Northeast Corner of Fort nml Merchant sts., Honolulu.
AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT
Can nlwajH ho found
Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Goods,
To all interested in the 11th of Juno RacoB,
Call nod secure one of those Elegant
Only Two Iof.
May 12 (32) M. McINEBNY.
Union Feed Company
Largest and Best Stock
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED
Of All description, and guarantees to keep a full supply
constantly on hand.
52 ESTScnd orders to A. W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu.
H. J. Nolto, proprietor.
Served from 1$ a.m. to 10 p.m.
First-class grades of
Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes,
and smokers' sundries.
A Billiard Tabic !
is councctcd with the establishment.
UNION FKKI) COMPANY, A. W.
JiL'xii, Manager. See advertise
ment on other page. 28
JAMES H. HANLON
Is now permanently located at the
shop on King Htreet, latuly occupied
by Mr. G. West. 112
i Works Co. Steam engines, sugar
mills, boilers, coolers, iron, brass
and lead castings; machinery of every
description made to order. Particular
attention paid to ship's blackimithing.
Job work executed on short notice. 1
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
.Plumber, Gas Fitter, &c.
Stoves and Ranges
of all kinds.
Plumbers' stock and metals,
House Furnishing Goods,
17 Chandeliers, Lamps, &c.
Hereafter taking a back seat
Will not bo dreaded so much
by perboim going to
as has been the case in the past.
Mr. Geo. F. Wells
Has imported a large lot of
that he will furnish to parties do
' siring extra scats at
Reasonable Prices !
4? For further particulars uiujuiro at
$' JWollt' Music fetors, 107 Fort strict,
A. W. Bush.
Per D. C. Murray
A new lot of cloth bncked
86, 42, and 58 inches wide:
Tracing paper in sheeto,
Triangles and Color Slants
Pixon's Drawing Pencils,
Blank" Books, Fools Cap,
Thumb Tacks, nnd a fine assortment
of Notarial Record Books,
Supreme Court Scrap Books,
Register of Actions.
or Bill Cases, &c, &c.,&c ,&c.
J. W. Bobortson & Co.
THE BEST SUSPENDER
WOKN is the
For sale at
A. W. RlCllJUlDHON'fl.
Table nnd Pic Fruits,
Nice Breukfast Goods, such as
Candlo Fish, Salmon and
Mir Tork In Mb. Tins,
Sultadle for families. For sale by
9G A. S. Clkoiioiin Co.
Californian Mules !
Expected per Lady Lorapaon.
68 Apply to C, Brewer & Co.
the flmlii $nllt
WEDNESDAY,, JUNE 14, 1882.
A New Ark.
A few miles below Otho, Alabama,
there is an old negro named Mobch,
who claims ho had a revelation from
the Lord, in which ho received in
formation that the world would again
bo destroyed by water. Ho was so
convinced that the destruction would
be by water, thnt ho at once begnn
the work of building an ark. He has
been thus engaged for several
months, and the result of his labors
may be easily seen from the river.
This ark is very unlike the represen
tations of the one built by Father
Noah, and would doubtless notwith
stnnd any severe gales, such as
might "be expected in a cruise of
forty days and nights. This oddly
constructed vessel or house is placed
on n high hill, ready for the rising
water. Jt is composed of several
apartments, about live feet wide and
ten feet long, which arc placed on
top of each other. Each has a small
portico, and spires with feathers as
ornaments. Approaching the dwell
ing of the negro, one lias to pass
through a.very elaborately decorated
arbor, over the entrance of which
are the words : "Welcome, Peace,
Rest and .Happiness."
A Squirrel's Fight for Life.
A story so strange that it seems
almost incredible comes from the
Zoological Garden, but it is never
theless true, and u recital of the
facts will give all a greater respect
for the weaker animals, whoso pluck
and instinct perhaps it may be
called intelligence triumph over the
strength of their deadly foes. One
afternoon a little squirrel killed a
rattlesnake about to devour it, and
the aggressor became the victim.
It is customary to place live animals,
such as the rabbit, the rodent or tho
squirrel, in the dens of the slimy
repugnant reptiles who tempted oi.r
first parent. The snakes, when they
are hungry, with fearful deliberate n
approach their terrified prey and re
lentlessly devour it. The squirrel
which battled so bravely for his life,
and won, crouched tremblingly in a
corner of the snake's abode, and
seemed to understand that it would
soou be food for the disgusting crea
ture whose fierce, cold eyes began to
glitter in anticipation of the promis
ed feast. Slowly but surely the
rattlesnake , crawled toward the
squirrel, but the buuuiu quickly
jumped on a perch above the deadly
reptile s head. J. he long, tint head
was raised upon the porch, and the
forked tongue spat forth its venom.
But the squirrel, with a sudden
spring, alighted on the back of the
snake and bit off one of bis rattles.
The wounded reptile wheeled quick
ly around and struck the little hero
a fearful' blow, bteakiug the right
hind leg. Brave little fellow, once
more he leaped beyond the reach of
his maddened foe. Another spring,
and the squirrel was triumphant. He
caught the sunke behind the head,
aud with one firm thrust of his
sharp, white teetli, he decapitated
the slimy monster aud fell exhausted
by the wriggling mass ; but the bat
tle had been won and the snake was
At Mrs. A. M. Mellis' Cloak and
Mantle Making Department,
No. 101 Fort Street, : : Honolulu
Orders executed at short notice. 72
Shirts and Hosiery,
Fancy and Blue Flannel Shirts,
White Shirts in great variety,
Imported expressly for this market.
78 lw A. S. Cleghorn & Co,
F .HORN, Practical Confectioner,
1'i.stry Cook and Bakor.
No. 7J Hotel st. Telophono 74. 59
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DILLINGHAM & GO.
Importers and Dealers In
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c.
Have Just received from New York, a full assortment tiff
New and Desirable Tools & Shelf Hardware
AIm), from London,
Wostenholm's 1XL Kntcs and ltazors, AVado & Butcher's Bazors.
Garden Shears, Sttibbs' Flics, all kinds and slr.es; llnbbock's White Lead
and Zinc, llnbbock's pale boiled oil, dry paints, pnmtnlcu stone,
Vine ground black lead, lump alum, enamelled saucepans.
Tinned saucepans fry pans, tea kettles, galvanized buckets.
1 Tub and basins, Babbit metal, hexlgon and square nuts,
Sheet sdnc. perforated and plain; a large assortment of
Door Mats, Fish Lines and Twine,
Limerick Hooks, sail needles, topsail chains, rootlnp screws, rat traps,
Bice boe. Chamois skins, dandy brushes, hand bellows, anvils, 'vises, etc.
WIRE ! --Ire and spmles, galvanized IRE f
We have lately recel cd se oral Invoices of
Plows, made specially for the Island trade,
by the Mollne Plow Co., and are still ablo to furnish all stjles aud sizes, with
extra parts, at lowest price.
Iu addition to our regular stock, which is more complete than ever before,
wc have received many NOVELTIES to which wo Invito the attention of buyers.
25 DILLINGHAM & CO., Fort Street.
THE VEBBIGT GF GUILTY!
All Lndics having visited the
CALIFORNIA ONE PRICE BAZAR,
During the Inst week have found us guilty of
Selling Goods at Slaughtering Prices !
In addition to our large and new stock of Staple Dry Goods, we have
opened one of the most elegant collections of
Shoes ! Shoes !
Ever placed before the Ladies of tins city, surpassing in quality and price
A full line of the
" Sarah Brenhardt Sandals."
l-GIVE US A CALL.-T&t
CIIAS. J. FISHEL,
44 Corner of Fovt and Hotel Sts.
Jo T. Waterhouse
Has just received, ex Atalauta,
A FINE STOCK OF GOODS
Consisting in part of
Prints, French Merinos, Hats,
Saddlery, Hardware, Paints, Oils,
Crockexyware, etc., etc.
J. W. ROBERTSON & CO..
We are prepaied to receive further orders for any paper or magazine
published in California, the Eastern States, Canada and Europe.
At tin present time we receive by evejy mail over one hundred und
fifty different papcis and inagazineh, published in the English, French,
Gel man and Scandinavian Languages, for our subscriber.
As our subscription list is large, we uro enabled to fuinUh tho pasper
at u low rate of subscription.
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