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Importer and Uealor In
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery,
Toilet Articles, PocVet Cutlery! etc.
Gents1 Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Traveling Hugs, Watches, Diamonds, Jewelery and Silver-ware, etc,
Northeast Corner of Fort and Merchant sts., Honolulu,
AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT
Can always be found
Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Goods,
To all interested in the 11th of Juno Kaces,
Coll anil secure one of thoso Elegant
Only Typo iLeft.
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 KgrSond 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 the establishment.
UNION FEED COMPANY, A. W.
nusii, Manager. See advertise
ment on other page. 28
JAEV2ES H. HANLON
Is now permanently located at the
shop on King street, lately occupied
by Mr. G. West. 112
X HONOLULU IRON
A Works Co. Steam engines, sugar
'V'millH, boilers, coolers, iron, brass
and lend castings; machinery of every
description mado to order. Particular
attention pnid to ship's bheksraithing.
Job work executed on short notice. 1
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &e. ,
Stoves and Manges
of all kinds. .
Plumbers' stock and metals,
House Furnishing Goods,
"77 Chandeliers, Lamps, &c.
Hereafter taking a baok seat
"Will not bo dreaded so much
by pi-rsons going to
as has been the oaso in tho past.
Mr. Geo. F. Wells
Has imported a large lot of
ihat ho will furnibh to parties do
siring extra beats at
Reasonable Prices !
JTor further particulars enquire at
"Wells' Mitbic Store, 107 Fort street,
Telephone 1TJ. 83
A. W. Bush.
Per D. C. Murray
A new lot of cloth backed
3C, 42, and 58 inches wide:
Tracing paper in sheets, '
Triangles nnd Color Slants
Dixon's Drawing Pencils,
Blank Books, Fools Cap,
Thumb Tacks, nnd a fine assortment
. of Notarial Record Books,
Supremo Court Sorap Books,
Register of Actions.
or Bill Cases, &c, &c.,&c.,&c.
J. "W. Robertson & Go.
THK BEST SUSPENDER
WORN is the
For salo at
A. W. RlCHAKDSON'S.
Tabic and Pie Fruits,
Nice Breakfast Goods, such as
Cundlo Fish, Salmon nnd
Pier Pork In 51b. Tins
Huitauie tor lamuies. t or sale Dy ,
9G A. S. CixanoitN Co.
Californian Mules !
Expected per Lady Luropson.
58 Apply to C. Brewer L Co.
t u lnlk
TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1882.
Mochanical vs. Montal Labor.
The tribulations' of tho account
ant, as ho scoops tho perspiration
from his Athenian brow when his
trial balance looms up before him
like tho row of figures which will
represent tho cost of the New City
Hall at its completion, need no
longer bo heard throughout the land.
An Examiner reporter was yester
day shown a simple nnd ingenious
machine, by which a child can add
any sum to tho amount of 999,000,
000 in a comparatively short time,
and without tho possibility , of an
error, l ho instrument is oi raetni,
nickel-plated, about one foot long,
five inches wide nnd two inches
deep. It has ten endless chains,
aud under eaoh, in horizontal lines,
arc nine figures upon a piano, over
which they operate. These chains
move around a roller, on which are
also figures from 0 to 9, and upon
which, at the end of the operation,
the sum total appears. This can be
carried to hundreds of millions.
Differing from other inventions of
the sninc nature, this one carries its
balances automatically. Nine col
umus of figures can be added as
easily as two, and the same accurate
result which represents the sum can
bo reached, whether added vertically,
horizontally, diagonally or separate
ly at random. There is no limit to
the capacity of the instrument, and
its accuracy is true- as steel. A
patent has been received by the in
ventor, Charles Thome, Jr., General
Freight aud Baggage Agent of tho
San Francisco and North Pacific
Railroud. Besides supplying a want
long felt in the counting-room, it
presents a neat appeatance as a desk
ornament, and bids fair to lighten
the labor of accountants, book
keepers, tally and entry clerks, and,
in fact, nearly all who use pen or
The End "of the World.
The age of the earth is placed by
some at five hundred million of years ;
and still others, of later time, among
them the Dnke of Argyll, place it at
ten million years, knowing what pro
cesses have been gone through.
Other planets go through the same
process. ine reason that other
planets differ so much from the earth,
is that they are in a much earlier or
later stage of existence. The earth
must become old. Newton surmised,
although he could give no reason
for it, that the earth would at one
time lose all its water and become
jlry. Since then it has been found
that Ncwtou was correct. As the
earth keep cooling, it will become
porous, and great cavities will be
formed in the interior, which will
take in the water. It is estimated
tlfat this process is now in progress,
so far that ho water diminished at
about the rate of the thickness of a
sheet of writing paper each year.
At this rate, in six million years, the
water will have sunk a mile, and in
fifteen million years every trace of
water will have disappeared from the
face of the globe. Tho nitrogen and
oxygen in the atmosphere are also
diminishing all the time. It is in an
inappreciable degree, but the time
will come when the air will be so
thin that no creatures we know can
breathe it and live ; the time will
come when the world cannot support
life. That will bo the period of old
age, and then will come deatlt.
1 Fine Jump-seat Rockaway,
nearly new and In perfect order, suit
able for mmlly or buck buslnpss.
1 Large Furniture Express "Wagon,
has just been thoroughly overhauled
1 two-seated Spring "Wagon,
sound and In perfect running order.
I Light Road Sulky,
has been used hut very little, and Is
iu perfect order.
Also a few sets of
!New Sine-le Harness.
Apply at C. K. Williams, Furniture
Warerooms, 111 ,Fort street. 37 2w
DILLI;NGrHAM & CO.
Importers and Dealers In
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
House FurnishingGoods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &o.
Havo Just recolvcd from Now York, a full assortment of
New and Desirable Tools & Shelf Hardware
Also, from London,
Wostcnholm's IXL Knives and Razors, Wndc & ButchcrV Raxora.
'Garden Shears, Stuhbs' Files, all kinds and sizes-, Hubbock's White Load
and Zinc, Ilubbock's pale boiled oil, dry pulnts, pummlco stone,
Flue ground block lead, lump alum, enamelled saucepans,
Tinned saucepans, fry puns, tea kcttlcsgalvanlzcd buckets.
Tubs nnd basins. Babbit metal, hcxlgon nnd square nuts;
Sheet zinc, porforated and plain; a large assortment ofv
Door MatSi ffish Lines and Twine,
LlmcrlckUooks, sail ncodlci, topsail chains, roofing screws, rat traps,
Rice Iiocb, Chamois skins, dandy brushes, hand bellows, anvils, visas, etc.
Fence wlro aud
Wo have lately received several Invoices of
Plows, made specially for the Island trade,
by the Mollne Plow Co., and arc still able to furnlshall styles and sites, with
extra parts, at lowest price!. t
In addition to our regular stock, -which is more complete than eTer before,
we have'recclved many NOVELTIES to which we Invite the attention of buyers.
25 D1LLINGU AM & CO. , Fort Street.
LOOK OUT FOR
CHAS. J. FISHEL'S
New Millinery Goods !
.r , Just to hand by late arrivals.
S3Full particulars in a few days.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
CALIFORNIA ONE PRICE BAZAR,
Has just received, ex Atalanta,
A PIKE STOCK OFGOODS
Prints, French Merinos, Hats,
Saddlery, Hardware, Paints, 03b,,
Crockeryware, etc., etc.
J. W. ROBERTSON & CO.,
Wo are prepared to rccoive further orders for any paper or magazine
published in California, tho Eastern States, Canada and Europe.
At the present time wo receive ly every mail over one 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 arc enabled to furnish the pauper
at a low rate of subscription.
Biaplcs, galvanized T87TTJT7 f
plain. JLJ&JCt ;
Corner of Fort and Hotel Sts.
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