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Importer and Dealer in
1 Clothing, Boots and
Toilet Articles. l!oaket
: Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Traveling Hugs, AVatches, Diamonds, Jewelcry and Silver-ware, otc.
n.frlt..nat Hnrnnr nt T?trt im Mnrolmnf st.. TTminllllll.
f; AT THIS WELL KNOWM ESTABLISHMENT
f Full Lilies of Superior Furnishing Goods,
8ST Call and Select ono of thoso Celebrated "S
Gold Medal Waltham Wa'iches
Union Feed Company
CARRIES THE -,
Largest and Best Stock
s HAY, GRAIN AND FEED
Of All description, and guarantees to keop a full supply
JSTSend orders to
FIRE WOOD !
Tirst 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
Bend orders to
Enterprise Planing MillB,
127 Fort Btreet,
FIRE WOOD I
j?Lt $53LO a. Coid.
8. M. CARTER,
187 lm P.M.8.S. Wharf.
Just received ex Furuess Abbey.
1200. Coils of Manila
and Sisal Rope, all sites.
For sale low by
03 2m ' A. W. Polreo & Co.
Will be paid for information that
will lead to the conviction of
whoever maliciously cut the tail
feathers off, and plucked the back
and brent feathers out of a Peacock
belonging to inc. A further reward
of? 10 will be paid for information
leading to the conviction of whoever
.i stole ? PeaehickH about a month old,
belonging to me, from Pawaa on
Wednesday the 24th ultq.
, Geo. II. Luge.
Pawaa, Little Britain, June 9, 1882
WILDER & Co.,
i Goneral Agents for the
Mutual Life Insurance Oo.
of New York,
The Largest, Safest and Most
Economical Life Insurance Co
' . in the world,
$ Cash assets', - - over 890,000,000
Ifr4 For information concerning the
& Company and for rates of insurance
r npply to Wilder & Co., General
' ' Agents ; or J. E. Wjsemak, Solicit
,' g Agent.
CntlerVi etc., etc.
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A. W. Bush.
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A. V. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu.
THE OLD CORNER
Hakt Bkos., : :' Proprietors.
Served up In first-class' style at nil hours
Open from 2. a, m. to 10 p. xo. ,
Always on hand.
Cigars Tobacco, Pipes
die., &c. Also,
THE BEST SUSPENDER
WORN is the
ARGOSY SUSPENDER, ,
For sale at
A. W. HicniRDSON's
BOOK and, JOB,
.EXECUTED AT THE
TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1882.
"How do you and your pa get
along now?" asked a storekeeper of
the bad boy, as he leaned against
the counter instead of sitting down
on'a tool, vrhilo he bought'a bottlo
of 'liniment. '
"Oh, I don't know. Ho don't
seem, to appreciate me. What he
ought to have is'tf (leaf and dumb
boy, with only one leg and both
arms broke, tb"6n ho could enjoy a
quiet life. But I am too gay for pa,
and you needn't be surprised if you
(ncver see mo again. I talk of going
.off with a ciftjus. Since I played the
'variegated dogs on pa there seems to
have been a coldness in the' family,
and I sleep on the roof."
"Variegateddogs," said the store
keeper, "what kind of a game is
that? You have not played another
daisy trick "on your'pa, have you?"
"Oh, no, it was nothing of that
kind. You know pa thinks ho is
smart. He thinks because ho is
forty-eight years old that he knows
it all,;, but itdon'r-ecm1 to rne as
though a man of his age, that had
sense, would let a tailor palm off on
hira'a pair of pants so tight that ho
would have to .use a button hook to
button them: but they can catch
him on everything, just as though he
was a kid smoking cigarettes.-' Well,
you know pa drinks Bome. ' That
night the new club opened he came
home pretty fruitful, and next morn
ing his head ached so he saidjhe
vrould buy mo a dog if I would go
down town and get a bottlo of polly
nurious water for him. You know
that dye house on Grand Avenue
where they have got the four whito
spitz dogs? When T went after the
penurious water I noticed they had
been coloring their dogs with the
dye .stuff, and-1 put up a job1 with
the dye man's littlo boy to help me
plaj' it on pa. They bad one dog
dyed pink, another blue, another
fed, land another Jgrceh, and' I told
tlio boy I w'ouldfltreat him. to", ice
cream if he would let one out at a
time, when I came down with pa,
and call him in and let another out,
and when' wo started to go. away to
let them all out. What I wanted to
do was to paralyze pa and make him
think hebad.got 'em, got dogs the
worst way'. So about 10 o'clock,
when his head got cleared of! and his
stomach got settled, he changed ends
with his cuffs,, and wo' came down
town, and I told him I knew where
he could get a splendid whito spitz
dog for. roc for five, dollars,! and if he
would got it I wouhrne'vcVdo any
thing disrespectful again,-and would
just set upjnights to pleaso bira, and!
help him up-staire and get seltzer
for him. So we went by the dye
house, and just as I told him I
didn't want anything but a white
dog, the door oponcd and the pink
it is a whito dog, paj'i and just then
ihe green dog camo out, and I askod
pa if it wasn't a pretty white dog,
and pa he, turned pale and said:
'Hell, b6yr that's a green dog.
What'B got into the dogs?' I told
him he must be 'color-blind, and was
feeling in my pocket for a strap to
tiol'tho dog, and,vtclling(h'im' ho must
bo carcfnliof his health or ho would
see something worse than dogs, when
the gr,ccn dog .went jn'aud,.tho bluo
dog.came rushing out and barked at
pa. Well, pa, leaned against .a ree
box, and his eyes stuck out like
slops on an organ, and the sweat
was all over his face in drops aa big
as kernels of hominy.'
(TO BE CONTIXUED.)
dog camo out and. uarkeaat us, and
I saidi 'That'shinii' ;aii'd ho boy
called4 him" back.' Pa - looked as
though liehad.tlie cpyoand.hlB eyes
Btuckjout; 'anctfnb' fluidIIennery,
that Is'a'pink'dbgVShd'lBaia; 'No
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DILLING-HAM & OO.
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Importers and Dealers in ' V
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
,. JIouso Furnbhing Goods, Paints, Oils, Tarnishes, &c.
Have made large additions to their stock of
To which they Invite the attention of buyers. . ,
Simple and cheap devices for holding Tubular Lanterns ',
underneath tho body of a carriage',' for tho purpoao of v-
lllumluatlngtbo roadway. .
Tho "Warner" Tubular
All styles i of Tubular
New styles of Plows,
A full line of Tinware, and many
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
number, Gas Fitter, &c. -
Stoves and: Manges
.of all kinds.
Plumbers' stock and metals,
House Furnishinjr Goods,
77 Chandeliers, LampB,f&c.
Tabic and PieFruits,
Nice lircakfaBt Goods, such as
Candle Fish, Salmon and .,
' Pie Pork In 61b. Tins,
Sultadle for families, fc or sale by
A. S. Cucohorh ' Co.
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J. W- EOBERTSOS: & CO?,
Havd just 'Received ' . I
The Pirates of Penzanoo,
Mothers's Birth-place, -- .
Dn.,Hallc.Lu Band. Banjo arrangement,
Dip rao in ae uaiaen.eea, w
Ii1.i. k 1 1 (i If Aiititnlna
JJ1UC aillltUilU 1UUUIIUUIU, ' -.,
Since last wo met, It
Ulfe. ' uflHS-
Tho Whltelltoso. .from. Mother's. .Grave,
Tho world goos rouna and ronpa,:'
Dars one more rlbber for ta cross,
The Mclntyre's, ,
Goln for tho cows,
The'OldTlcfralnT' ' --" -
My little baby brother, ' t'vt
Days of Youth, , . .
Up the Thames, mtrlow woods.
La Diva Polkk1 ' ' .
Jolly Utter Gallop, '
The new Racquet Galop,
I'atti's Echo Song,
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Novelties, new so this market, too '
Call anV examine our stodc. ..u
, DILLINGHAM & CO., Fort Street.
At JMrs. A. M. Mellis Cloak and
Mantle Making Department,
No. 104 Fort Street, : : Honolulu
Orders exocutod at short notioe: 72
Per bktnc Eureka, x full line of
'Sllki merino and cotton.
Pajama Suits, Etc
01 A. -Vf. lUchardson & co.
ifa Mascott, .. , t-, , , . f i" m r
Smith's Musical 'Albuinl 3 3 4 5 6?V?
Children's hour of Pleaimro,
i-nze i-iano tscnooi, ny Karl urbach,
Oems of Waldtcufcl.
Blessed' I)reama ' . '
Inithe gloaming, ,
AcrosR the tfelds,
My dear, f Ittle Home o'er the Sea.
Lea K Mortaj' " . "
Poor little Swallow.
DqM.ycjur heart! bpat thio'tojncj
iteminiscenco," i r,Vl
l hold my heart so still,
Her I love and her alone,
Bright land of gold,
IfinrlM T.niin , I'l. 1 "fl
linrai festival a uecreauon, ' ar.
Vlctsrithdes Itcvcrie, .! ten.v,
Boochcronl's celebrated Minnetlo,-,;
Hazel Klrke Polka. .., , ' ..
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