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' M. MCINERNT, "
Importer and Dealer la
Clothing:, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery,
Toilet Articles, Pocket Cutlery, etc., etc.
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Traveling Bags, Watches, Diamonds, Jewolery and Silver-ware, oto.
Northeast Cornor of Fort nnd Merchant sta., llonolulu.
AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT
Con always be found
Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Goods,-
SF Call and Select ono of those Celebrated "TBa
Gold Medal Waltham Watches
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FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1882,
"W. S. Luco.
A. W. Bush.
Union Feed Company
Largest and Best Stock
1 HAY, GRAIN AND FEED
Of All description, and guarantees to keep a full supply
constantly on hand.
gSend orders to A. V. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu
At Mrs. A. M. Mollis' Cloak and
Mantle Making Department,
No. 101 Fort Street, : : Honolulu
Orders executed at short notice. 72
Per bktno Eureka, a full line ot
Silk, merino and cotton.
Pajama Suits, Etc.
81 A. W. Richardson & Co.
JAMES H. HANLON
Blacksmith and Farrier.
Is now permanently located at the
shop on King street, lately occupied by
Mr. 6eo. West. 112
THE OLD CORNER
Haiit Bhos., . . Proprietors.
Served up in first-class stylo at all hours
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
&c., Ac Also,
Dr. Do Fries,
The Doctor has just returned from a.
tour around tho Islands, and holds flat-
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"lor his skill and capabilities In curing
,all manner of diseases and complaints
All orders to be left at Jas. Dodd's
jfantneon Htanies. 115
Tin, Copper and Bhoet Iron Worker,
i'lumbor, uas t ltter, xc.
Stoves and Ranges
nf fill IrinrM.
Plumbers' stock and metals,
m House Furnishing Goods,
$77 Chandoliors, Lamps, &o.
Per D. C. Murrav
A new lot of cloth backed
86, 42, and 58 inches wldo :
Tracing paper in shocta,
Triangles and Color Slante
Dixon's Drawing Pontile,
Blank Books, Fools Cap,
Thumb Tacks, and a fine assortment
of Notarial Record Books,
Supremo Conrt Scrap Books,
Register of Actions.
or um Cases, Ac, &c.,&c.,&c.
J. "W. Eobertaon & Co.
A Conscionco Strlckon Animal.
A few years ago Dr. Schomberg,
tho superintendent of tho Botnuio
Garden of Adelaide, Australia, took
charge of a select corps of monkeys
and kangaroos, a " happy family,"
he might have called tbcm, if it had
not been for the depravity of an old
babuina, or female Bhunder baboon.
If she had not been tho only repre
sentative of her encciea. ho would
have tried to get rid of her, for her
only object in life Boomed to be to
make herself as disagreeable 'as
possible. Solitary conflnement made
her wildly obstrenerous. but in tho.
family cage she kept the marsupials
in a delirium of terror, and in the
eveninir when her vounerer relatives
ventured to enter the sleeping box
she seemed to consider herself di
vinely ordained to remove them by
force. But one day she attacked
her own keeper, and without anv an-
parent provocation lacerated his
wrist in a shocking way. Schom-
ocrg at once ordered ner to be shot.
Tho noxt mornine tho assistant
keeper approached her eacre with a
shot gun which had often been used
10 snoot tne rats that infested the
menagerie building. Tho other mon
keys eoemed to expect another
razzia, but the bhunder knew better.
The moment she saw the gun she
made a dash into the sleeping cage,
and when the keeper tried to open
the door she yelled as if she hoped
to get off on a plea of insanity.
Meaning to try her, tho keeper
waited till breakfast time, but tho
babuina did not show herself. She
kept out of sight a full hour, till the
mess-boy broueht an extra lunch of
sliced pumpkin, when sho made a
rusn ior tne oucKet is hopes of so
curing a portable pioco. In that
moment tho keeper bolted the door
of her sleeping cage, and wont back
ior nis snot gun. as soon as the
babuina caught sight of him she fleAi
toward her place of refuge, and
finding the door locked, made a mad
attempt to sqneeze herself through
the interspaces of the front railing.
But the bars proved inflexible, and
aftor another desperate pull at the
slecping-cago door, the babuina
flung herself into a corner, closed
her eyes, and was apparently dead
witk fear before the buckshot strck
Names of Hen and Things
It is interesting to notice how the
names of famous men are applied
to various objects in every-day life
We now go into a shop and ask for
a pair of Wellingtons, or a pair of
Bluchers. The boot maker shows
no surprise at such a renucst. ITn
merely brings out a pair of boots.
By such bHmble means as this is a
hero's memory kent preen. Ami nn
Wellington and Blucher have giren
their name to a kind of boot, so
Spencer has to a coat, Stanhope to
one kind of carriage, and Brougham
to another; Petersham to a hat,
Standish to an inkstand. Sandwich
to an eatable, and Admiral Grogram
to the mixture of spirits and water
which goes by the name of " grog."
' JtflLLINGrHAM feO..
t y Importers and Dealers In .",
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
House Furnishing GoodsPaints, Oils,' Varnishes, &c.
Have made large additions to their 'stock of
To which they Invite tho attention of buyers.
Simple and cheap devices for holding Tubular Lanterns
" underneath the body of a carriage, for tho purpose of
, ( Illuminating the roadway. j.
Tho "Warner' Tubular
All styles of Tubular
New styles of Plows, Harrows,
Cultivators, &c. &c.
A full lino of Tinware, and many Novelties, new so this market, too
numerous to mention.
Call and examine our stoclc.
DILLINGHAM & CO., Fort Stroot.
4 . MMSMfSMs $
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J. W. ROBERTSON & CO.,
"Wo are prepared to receive further orders for any papor or raagazino
published in California, tho Eastern StatcB, Canada and Europe.
...u r... ... ..- ... .u ,mj vKij Hiuu ovorone nunuren and
fifty different papors and magazines, published in tho English, Freuoh
German and Scandinavian Languages, for our subscribe!. '
As our subscription list is largo, we aro enabled to furnish tho pasper
at a low rate of subscription.
WORN Is tho
Will be paid for information that
will lead to the conviction of
,.'; whoever maliciously cut the tail
fWhers off, aud plucked the back
and breast feathers out of a Peacock
belonging to me. A further reward
o'f $10 will be paid for information
leading to the conviction of whoever
,' stolo 3 Poacbicks about a month old,
y, nelonging to me, from rawaa on
' Wednesday the 24th ulto.
!,!$'' Geo. H. Ldce.
,,1 Pawaa, Little Britain, June 9, 1882
wSx Shirts and Hosiery.
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nrted exnrcEBlv lor this market.
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If in .
For sale at
A. W. fllCUABDJOX'S. j
The old adago used to bo, " noth
ing liko leather," It should be
"nothing liko paper." Paper is
used for almost evory thinir. Berlin
Exhibition not long since, wore
papor buckets, " bronze" urns, as
phalt roofing, water-cans, carpets,
skirts, whole suits of clothes, jewel
ry material for garden walks, win
dow curtains lanterns and pockot
handkorchiefs. Tho most stirking
of tho many objects exhibited in
tbiB material was, perhaps, a fire
stovo, with a cheorful firo burning
in it. There woro nowly-invented
railway crriacres and carrin.V wlmnln.
ohimnoy pots, flour barrels, cottage
walls, roofing tiles and bricks and
dies for stamping, all mado of paper.
Attention has froquentlyy been
called to tho valuo of ordinary sheots
of paper as a substitute for bod
clothes, or, at least, an addition to
bed-olothos. The idea secraB to
have suggested the fabrication of
"blankets" from therheap material,
and if nil that is said of them is true,
thoy ought to be extensively used.
.A.t $10 a Cord.
137 lm P.M.3.S. Wharf.
FIRE WOOD !
First quality of best Are wood
For Sale Cheap!
Either In cord wood or cut and split to
order. - All wood delivered to
any part of the city without
Send orders to
Enterprise Planing Mills,
71 127 Fort street.
Just received ox Furness Abboy,
1200 Coils of Manila
and Slxal Rope, all sizes.
For salo low by
02 2m A. W. Pelrce & Co.
WILDER & Co.,
General Agents for the
Mutual Life Insurance Oo.
of New York,
Tho Largest, Safest and Most
Economical Life Insuranoo Co
in the world,
Cash assets, - - over $90,000,000
For information ooncerning tho
Company and for rates of insuranoo
apply to Wilder & Co., General
Agents ; or J. E. Wiseman, Solidt
ng Agent. 71
THE Hawaiian Journal, " Ko Ha
waii Par Aina." owned and
edited by Kawainui Bros. ; has a
weekly edition of 3,200 copies, and
is the best advertising modium. Of
fice, No. 6 Merchant st. 1
A. JAEQBR, - - - Resident Agent
Honolulu. II. I. 71
Californian Mules !
Expected per Lady Lampson.
V. Apply to C. Drowor 4 Co.