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" Importer and Dealer In
Plotting, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery,
Tollut Attloles, Pocket Cutlery, etc., etc.
6?c;ifs' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Traveling Hags, Watches, Diamonds, Jewelcry nnd Silver-ware, etc.
Northeast Corner of Vort and Merchant sts., Honolulu.
AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT
Cun always be found
Full Linos of Superior Furnishing Goods,
To all interested in the 11th of June Races,
Call nnd secure one of those Elegant
Only Two JLiei't.
May 12 (:V2) ' M. MclXEHNY.
Jlrwc Cai t riidit.
Union Feed Company
Largest and B$st Stock
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED
Of All description, and guarantees to keep a full supply
constantly on hand.
fi2 jgrScnd orders to A. W. BUSH, Fort. St., Honolulu.
H. J. Nolte, proprietor.
Served from 3 a.m. to 10 p.m.
First-class grades of
Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes,
and smokers' sundries.
A Billiard Table !
is connected with tlio establishment.
:NK)N IT.r.D COMPANY, A. W.
Kraii. Mauier. See auvertlso-
nicnt ou oilier p.u;e. 2S
JARflES 5-2. HANLON
Is now permanently located at the
phot) on King street, lately occupied
by Mr. G. West. 112
'A HONOLULU IRON
(KJ) Works Co. Stcntn engines, sugar
VjnillH, boilers, coolers, iron, brass
and lead castings; machinery of every
inscription maclu to order. Particular
attention paid to ship's blacksmithing.
Job work executed on short notice. 1
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &c.
Stoves and Ranges
of all kinds,
numbers' stock nnd metnls,
House Furnishing Goods,
77 Chandeliers, Lamps, &c.
Hereafter taking a back seat
Will not lio dreaded so much
by peisons going to
Crowded G athorings
as has boon tho caso in this pat.
Jffir. Geo. F. Wells
lias mipoited a huge lot of
that lio will furnibh to parties de
siring o.tru so.atw at
Reasonable Prices !
For further particulars enquiro nt
Wells' MiHo Wors,107 Fort ntreet,
Telephone HH. M
A. W. Bush.
Per B. C. Murray
A new lot of cloth backed
30, 42, and 58 inches wide:
Tracing paper in sheets,
Triangles and Color Slants
Dixon's Drawing Pencils,
Blank Books, Fools Cap,
Thumb Tacks, and a fine assortment
of Notarial Record Books,
Supreme Court Scrap Books,
Register of Actions.
or Bill Cases, &c, &c.,&c.,&c.
J. W. Robertson & C
rPIIE BEST SUSPENDER
-1- WOItN is tho
For salo at
A. W. lliciiAitnsoN's,
Tnlilc faiul Pio Fruits,
Nice Hreakfast Goodfs, such as
Caudle VIkIi, Salmon and
11 ts Pork in nil). Tins,
.Siiltadic for families. For salo by
!)(! A. ti. Ci.i:nnoiiN Co.
Californian Mules !
Kvpected per Lady Lampsou.
53 Apply to 0. Urewer Co.
', i iunvjti ijii ivsri 'm,K t
ffl.e $afla Mh.
FRIDAY, .TUNE 1G, 1882.
It is an awkward thing to be
absent-minded, says Progress. The
story is told of a certain Philadel
phia gentjonmn who discovered this
at his cost. It so happened, tho
other day, that the dining-room pi
the club which he frequents was
quite full, when a man who chanced
to know his particular failing came
in very hungry. The waiter tyld the
newcomer there was no loom at pre
sent. Spying our absent-minded
friend comfortably seated and read
ing tho newspaper, a biilliant idea
struck the hungry man. u. Has Mr.
A. dined yet?" ho questioned. "No,
sir," replied the waiter. " Well,
never mind ; take him his bill, and
tell him he has had his dinner." The
waiter hesitated a moment, and then,
appreciating the situation, went over
to Mr. A. and handed him his bill.
"What is this for" quoth tho poor
fellow. "For your dinner, sir."
"My dinner ah! Have Iteally had
it'r" 'Ycs, sir, J' rejoined tho waiter,
in all innocence. "Dear me, I had
an idea I was waiting for it. What
a curious mistake." And with a
contemplative smile Mr. A. saunter
ed out of the room, leaving his table
for the use of the genius who had
profited by his absent-mindedness.
.For square-toed, lint footed scnc
on the Chinese question, we have
not seen anything emanating from
the pulpit which was superior to
Professor Swing's remarks upon his
Presbyterian bicthren of Illinois,
who expressed themselves in favor
of continued immigration. " It reads
like a chapter of humor," the preach
er remarked, " that a church which
can't abadc a Sunday theater or
stop a drama throughout the week,
nor atl'ect the Sunday mails or Sun
day trains, and which cannot evan
gelize a single city or town on the
continent, should be so eager to
welcome moie millions of Chinese to
our shore. But this is not the first
time in a history of a religion that
enthusiasm has mistaken itself for
ability and usefulness." Alta.
Goon Nkws. " I have good news
for you," said old Buycrton to a
clerk in his office. " Your . uncle
who died last week left his Ohio
farm to your Cousin Ben, and you
get nothing." Tho clerk laughed a
loud .laugh of joyous relief. " By
George," lie said, " that takes a load
off me. Uncle Ezra was so mad at
nic the week before he deid ho swore
ho would, leave me that farm. It
h is two tax titl s and three mort
gages on it; there is a flaw in tho
original patent; five- families are
fighting for it; and there is a
strangor in tho possession. Ben
must have made tho old' man awful
mad boniehow." . And tho happy
clerk turned to his desk with a glad,
At lifrs. A. M. Mollis' Cloak and
Mjintlc Making Department,
No. lOt Fort Street, : : Honolulu
Orders executed at short notice. 72
Shirts and Hosiery,
Fancy and Blue Flannel Shifts,
White Shirts in great variety, ,
Imported expressly for this market.
78 lw A. S. Cleghorn & Co.
F .HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
No. 71 Hotel st. Telephone 7-1. ' 59
Cs Medium Bread,
ox Ciiibaiiun, for sale in
quantities to suit by
!)0 A. S. Ci.r.diiouN & Co.
Something Now, 1C cents each, for sale
by J. W. Hobciteon Co.
Importers and Dealers In
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c.
Have Just received from Now York, a full assortment of
New and Desirable Tools & Shelf Hardware
Also, from London,
Wostenholm's IXL Knives and llazors, "Wade & Butcher's ltazors.
Garden Shears, Htubbs' Files, all kinds and sizes; llubhook's White I.cad
and Zinc, Itubboek's pale boiled oil, dry palntfe, puinmlco stone,
Fine ground black lead, hunp alum, enamelled saucepans,
Tinued saucepans, fry pang, tea kettles, galvanized buckets.
Tubs and basins, Babbit motal. hexlgon and sqnaro nuts,
Sheet zinc, perforated and plain; a large assortment of
Door Mats, Fisli Lines and Twine,
Limerick Hooks, sail needles, topsail chains, roollng scrows, rat traps,
lllcc hoes, Chamois skins, dandy brushes, hand bellows, anVIls, vises, etc.
WIRE ! --ire and smples, galvanized WJRE J
We have lately received several Invoices of
Plows, made specially for the Island trade, ".
by the Mollnc Plow Co., and aro still
extra parts, at lowest prices.
In addition to ourrcgular stock, which Is more complete than ever before,
we have received many NOVELTIES to which we Invite tho attention of buyers.
25 DILLINGHAM & CO., Fort Street.
LOOK OUT FOR
CHAS. J. FISHEL'S
A LARGE IiOlf OF
New Millinery Goods !
. Just to hand by late arrivals. '
ScSTFull particulars in a few (lays.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
CALIFORNIA ONE PRICE BAZAR,
44 Corner of Fort and Hotel Sts.
J. T. Waterhon.se
Has just received, ex Atalanta,
A FINE STOCK OF GOODS
Consisting in part of
Prints, French Merinos, Hats,- Caps, Perfumery,
Saddlery, Hardware, Faints, Oils,
Orockeryware, etc., etc.
W !" I I I ill .!., Cj .
J. W. ROBERTSON & CO.,
Wu aro propaied to reeoivo further orders for nny paper or mnguzino
published in California, tho Kastcrn.Stutes, Canada and Kurope.
At tho present tiiiut wo receive by every mail over one hundred and
fifty different pupeis and magazines, published in tho English, French,
Gorman and Scandinavian Languages, for our subscribers.
As our subscription list is large, wo are enabled to furnish the pusper
at a low into of sub?ciiption.
able to furnish' all styles and sizes, with