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Importer and Dealer in
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery,
Toilet AttL'Icti. I'oul.ul Oltlory, rtc., etc.
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Tnuilcs, Valises,
Traveling llgs. Watches, Diamond, .lewelery and Silver-ware, etc.
Northeast Court of Tort and Merchant st-i.. Honolulu.
AT THIS WELL KNOWM ESTABLISHMENT
Gut always be. found
Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Goods,
trfy Call and Select one of those Celobrated "3
Qold Medal Waltham Watches
May l!i ('2)
Hrmv Cartwilxht. W.
Union 'Feed. Company
HAT, GRAIN AND FEED
Of All description, und guarantees to keep a full supply
constantly on band.
J5T"Seiid orders to
FIRE WOO0! .
First quality of best, tire wood
For Sale Cheap I
Hither In cord wood or rut anil split to
order. &?- All wood delivered to
any part of the city without
Bend order? to
Enterprise Planing Mills,
71 127 Fort stiect.
FIRE WOOD I
-A-t SLO u, Cord.
S. Rfl. CARTER,
137 )ro r.M.S.S. Wlmrf.
Joel receded ox I'uriU'W) Abbe.
-1200 Coils of Manila
nud 81ml Hope, all rIji.
4, for sale low by
M 2in A. W. 1'i'lrco & Co.
"VT''lll be paid for information that
V T will lead to the conietion of
whoever maliciously cut jhc tail
feathers off, and plucked tlie hack
and breast feather,-, out of a Peacock
belonging to me. A further reward
ot S 10 will be 'paid for information
leading to the conviction of whoever
Ftole :i' Peachicks about a month old,
belonging to me, from l'awaa on
"Wednesday the 21th ulto.
Gno. II. Leer..
Pawaa, Little. Britain, June 9, 1882
WILDER & Co.,
Tioneral Agents for the
Mutual Life Insurance Oo.
of New York,
t The Largest, Safest and Most
M? Economical Life Insuranco Co
in the world,
'Cash assets, - - over 890,000,000
i' "lrtt in7ininf inn rmnrtftmiiirr tlirt
(Coinpiuiv and for rates of Insurance
annlv to Warm ofc Co., General
penta; or J. K. Visi:m.n, Solicit
A. W. Hush.
A. V. HUSH, Fort St., Honolulu.
lUiJj UJLjJL) LU1"vJN JiiXt'
Hakt Hhos., : : Proprietors.
Bttrvud up In lli.st-clas style at all hours
Open from 2 a, m. to 10 p. in.
Alwajs an hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
5?o., Ac. AIho,
J.oect Ox-inlcs !
rpiIE BEST SUSPENDER
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For idle nt
A. 'W. IlicnAitnrtON's
BOOK and JOB
T.XKCUTED AT TDK
off i ex.
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ht Until 'Wnllcthj.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 3882.
Testing His Sons lor a Eulcr.
Feeling extremely ill one dity,
William Johnson, tlie renowned
.Maori chieftain, being at the time
advaneed in years, deemed it inciini
bent upon him to settle the sucecs
sion to his supremo authority over
the Maori Nation, lie hud two-grown-up
sons flue .spirited fellows
and, with tlio shrewdness that
characterized him throughout life,
in: hit upon the following test of
their respective capacities for rule,
resolving that his choice between i
them hHoiiUI be detci mined hv the
result of his quaiut experiment : As
he was lying on a couch by the open
door of his house las summoned
them to his- bedside, and, addressing
tlie elder of the two, exclaimed:
'Sliorllnnd, lake down my gun mid
shoot, that while man standing by
the hut over there." The heir ap
parent wa in the act of obeying his
Ids father's orders when Thompson's
second Von stepped forward, caught
his brother's arm. and remonstrated
with him saying, Why should you
kill the man ? What "harm lias he
done to you. or, for that matter, to
any of us ? " " Thou hast said well,
my son," ejaculated the dying chief.
" In thee I discern the true qualities
requisite in rulers of men iiitelli-l
gence, prudence, and the love of
justice. When I am dead thou shalt
goxcrn in my stead." And so it
came to pass; for, a few hours later,
Thompson formally presented his
second hon to the elders of his
nation as their future Chief, and up-
on his death, which occurred shortly
afterward, no attempt was made to
dispute his choice of a successor.
London Daily TeUijraph.
1,11 " '
Letter from Arabi to Gladstone
Arabi Pasha wrote tho following
letter to Gladstone a few days bcfoie
the bombardment, but Gladstone did
not receive it until after tho bom
bardment: ' The Koran commands
ns to resist if war is waged against 1 1
us. nonce iMiuinntt may rest assureu .-.. nyoTT
that the first gun she fires against1 JUrllM 1MU 11,
Egypt will absolve Egyptians fiomjTin, Copper and Sheet Iron "Worker,
all treaties; their control will cease,
the propci ty of all Europeans will be
confiscated, tho canal destroyed, and
"Jeiatl" will be preached m Syria,
Aiabia and India. The first blow
with which England strikes Egypt
will cause blood to flow through all
Asia and Africa, tho responsibility
for which will bo on the head of Eng
land. Egypt is still ready to be fast
friends with England, and to keep her
road to India, but she must keep with
in the limits of her jurisdiction. Final
ly, England may rest assured that we
at determined to dio for our
A medical practitioner residing in
Adelaide fancies that he is good at
most things, mtfacile prmcepn as
an oculist. Amongst the wealthy
citizens of the corn and copper
tnlfttii 16 aiia iMtft linn itn f -i.f iini4 jiI
v jttn o ujii; iiw jmn uiuv i i minimi j
been sightless for some years. The '
doctor'-luwl been long inxioim to
cjiamine thisgcntlcman's eyes, believ
ing that he could operate success
fully. After some persuasion the
patient invited a visit from the
doctor, who felt thU a success in
this case would pavo the way to for
tune. After closely examing the
right eye he cabalistically waved his
hand before the sightless organ ;
theie was no shrinking and lie mourn
fully said, "Ah! I'm afraid theie is
no light here!' Raising the lid of
the left eye he went through a simi
lar peiform'anee, and at last glee
fully exclaimed, " I'm positive
there is light here. Now, don't you
observe some thing moving boloie
this cyor " Well, doctor, said the
nuticnt. ' I don't and I don't e.viinet
there Is much light in it for that's
; the glas eye that was put in after
i the accident!"
1 The fwi'o of unt'll nmv bo miirh.i
1 for the tiinf more iituto by filling
, the moulli with verv cnli! water.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
Importers and Dealers In
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, ,,
House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &o.
Have made large additions to their stock of
To which they Invite the attention of hirers.
Simple and cheap devices for holding Tubular Lanterns
underneath the body of a
The "Warner" Tabular
All styles of Tubular
Kew styles of Plows, Harrows,
Cultivators, &c, &c.
A full line of Tinware, and uinuy Not cities, new so thl market, too
numerous to mention.
Call and examine our stock.
lr, . DILLINGHAM & CO., Fort Street.
aj..1 jl'joa! iwa J'-J -
"i-i-tab" w." fgwiy.",
2 s HHHHh ?S1pSIt
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &c,
Stoves and Ranges
of all kinds.
Plumbers' stock and metals.
House. Furnishing Goods,
77 Chandeliers, Lamps, &c.
Table and Pie Fruits,
Nice Ilreakfast Goods, such as
Candle Fish, Salmon and
rid I'ork In nib. Tins.
Sultadle for families. For sale by
00 A. S. Cleohokn Co.
J. W. -ROBERTSON & CO.,
Have just Received
The foliowi vg Mew IUIusic:
J'atlence, . ,
The Pirates of Ponzanco,
On Halle-l.u Hand. It.uijo arraageaient,
Dip me In de Golden Sea,
lllue AKutl.ui Mountains,
Kitiefl Inst we met,
The White Hose from Mother's Qravc,
Tlie World goes round and rouud,
Dili's one nioro rlbbcr for to cross,
d'oln' for tho cows,
The Old Kefraln,
My little baby brother,
I'p the Thames, marlow woods
Jolly litter (Jalloii,
Till" new ltrri)el Galop,
, P.ittlN lA'hO Song,
carriage, for the purpose of
k c y?T&i
c, B) eg
f J HI
At Mrs. A. M. Mellis' Cloak and
.Mantle Making Department,
No. 0t Fort Street, : : Honolulu
Order executed at short notice. 72
Per bktu'e Kiuvkn. a full lino of
Silk, merino aud cotton.
Pajama Suits, Etc.
01 ' A. W. Klchardson & Co.
Mnlth's Musical Album, 1 2 3 4 3 C,
Children's hour of 1'leasuie,
Prize Plauo School, by Karl Urbach,
ueuis of waiuteufel, j
In the gloaming,
Across tin' Ileitis,
. l 3Srf
My dear tittle Homo o'er tho
Lea h Moita,
Poor Utile .Swallow.
Does jour heart beat true
I hold my heart so still,
Her I Iiim' and her alonu,
Hriglil land of gold,
to mel't '$V
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ltur.il I-'cilval a Itoeicaliou, ' fWi 9
lelnfiiuflcs Hevcrie, V 4jv'.
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