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FRIDAY, MARCH 0, 1883.
WHY THE MINISTER CEASED TO WONDER
AT REMARKABLE MIRACLE.
Apropos of the Egyptian trouble,
wc wish to relate n remarkable story,
the circumstances of which occurred
during our trip to the Holy Land
several ycais or more ago.
He was a devout Christian and
made the study of the Bible and n
proper understanding of the Big
Book the the highest aim of life.
When he arrived at the Sea of
Galilee his heart was tilled with awe,
and lie felt enervated and clcasncd
by the thought that he was gazing
on the very same spot where the
Savior once stood.
Approaching the boatman he
addressed him in his choices Arabic,
and with Bible and commentary in
hand, awaited an answer.
"Ah! what smattcr 'th you?
Why don't ycr talk the United
States?' asked the man contemptu
ously. He was a real like Yankee,
who was picking up a living by
ferrying tourists across the sea.
"So this is the Sea of Galilee,"
devoutly murmured the searcher
"And this is where our Savior
walked upon the waters."
"How much will you charge to
take me to the exact spot?"
""VVa-al. you look like a clergy
man, an' I won't charge you
The devout one boarded the boat,
and at last was pointed out where
the miracle is said to have occurcd.
After gazing on the waters and
dividing his time between glances at
his books and devout ejaculations of
satisfaction, the searcher signified
his willingness to return.
"Charge you $20 to bring you
back," said the speculative Yankee.
"But .you said you would charge
"Now, didn't. Nothin' to bring
you out; twenty to get back."
"And do you charge everybody
$20 to take them back?" asked the
"Ya-as that'? about the figgcr."
"Well, then' said the devout
one, as he went'down in his clothes,
"no wonder our, Saviour got out and
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Riding "Whips and Homes,
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Carriage jHH Builder.
Buggies, Carriages, Express "Wagons
and every kind of vehicles
and all kinds of repairing done.
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Pastry Cook and Baker.
No. 71 Hotel st. Telephone 74.
A Largo Assortment
Fine Wall Papers
Just received, and for sale by
WILDER & CO.
BS. Call and examine. 147
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(t Ceiling Decoration
OF THE LEADINO
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Hemp Packing, with or without India
'Bin bed Fence Wire,
Cane Knives, -with or without hooks,
Hand and Smith Hammers,
Patent Stcam.plpo Covering, '
Cement, Stool Kails,
Sugar ami Coal Bags,
Twine, &c, &c.
For sale by
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FOB SALK, a No. 2
Warehouse Feed Mill
Grinds from 5 to 10 tons per day.
Also, pulley?, belts, etc., nil in good
order; can bo run by steam or horse
power, just the article for a plantation.
HAY, OATS, CORN,
Wheat, Bran, Barley, "Whole and
Ground, Mixed Feed, etc.
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST
BO LA1NE Co., 34 Fort St.
Olllce Sup't Water Works,
Honolulu, July U, 1883.
LL persons having Wajer Privileges
, aro notified that their Water Itntcs
are payable scmi-iiumiiiUy, in advance,
at the olllce of the Superintendent of
Water Works, font of Nuuami stiect,
upon tho lbt dnv of Januai y and July of
each year. C1IAS. B. WILSON,
Sup't Water Woiks.
S. K. Kaai, Minister of Interior. 201
A. New JLoL ol
815 A. S. Clt'ffliorn St Co'.
USPWIiitc open front shirts, at
Chun. J. Fishol'b Leading Millinery
A, S. CLEGHOEN & Go.
Have received a largo nssoilmentof
Boots & Shoes
to suit all classes of purchasers, 181
THE OLD CORNER
Hakt Bros., : : Proprietors.
Served up In flrst-clnss style at all hours
Open from 2 a, m. to 10 p. m.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
&c, &e. Also,
This Space is Reserved
New Stock of
114. JTorL Stx-cct, ,
201 ly Opposite Pantheon Stables
Just Rocoivcd, those Desirable
The most suitable hat for this
climate. For s-alc by
375 A. S. Clcglioi-n & Co.
G11EAT ADDITIONS to our former
stock, ex Suez, Kal.ikaua, and City
of Sydney, of
Ship Chandlery & Ship Stores:
Cordage hemp Manila, cotton duck,
Flax canvas, Has sail ttiinc, beeswax,
Blocks oan 8 to 24 ft; shackles,
Bales of oakum, hooks and thimblci,
Club blocks, rtiialch blocks, low-locks,
Iron htiap blocks, mast beads, shicves,
Metaliue and patent bushing-),
Stockholm tar, pitch, coal tar, tar oil,
Bright and black vainishes, wire ligging
Maiiinc, seizing housclinc, intliii,
Spunyarn, caulking iron, copper tacks,
Iron tacks, connecting links
Mailin spikes, caulking mallets,
Mast hoops hand spikes, pitch mops,
Tar brushes, &c.
Paints and Paint Oil, a full assoitmcnt
of all kinds and colors;
Pacific ltubbcr Paint, a new lot, includ-
nil the various colors;
Brushes Paint, varnish, pencil, white
wash, pahte, artist, blioe, sciub, and
sash a good assoitmcnt of each;
Axes and hatchets, wood and shingling;
Ship lanterns and sido-lightb the Regu
Groceries and Provisions.
A full assortment of flue groceries, in
eluding, some choice varieties of
Table pio fiults, jams and jellies, a new
aiticle, put up by a' new firm, and
we can highly recommend them as
being something really nicoj
Anew lot of Teas, ireluding some supe
rior Japan varieties;
Sugar Itellncd and raw;
Hams, bacon, lard, smoked beef, in Una,
Curried fowl, curried oysters,
Plum pudding, kits salmon bellies.
Kits mackerel, kits tongues and sounds, J
Vsutiumi, uiiuuBi;, u.Mlim BUUM1KV. Ill llllSi
Itatslns, .'11 K, U and boxes;
Raisins, in tins; cnuants in 4 & 71b tins
Pickles, in 1 gal., y, g.il., (jts, & 5 gal kgs
Corn staich, tapioca, vermicelli,
Macaionl, dried apples, prunes, plums,
FLOUR AND BREAD.
Golden Gate uxtia family, Eldoiado,
Golden City, Gialiam, oat and corn meal
Medium biead, assoitctl ciackers,
Ginger snaps, tally, saloon pilot bread,
Soda biscuits, 1 ice and codec,
Whale and sperm oil,
Sperm candles, 4s and Cs.
All of the aoove iotfl be sold at the
Meat Market Hates,
Buyers aro most respectfully invited to
can anu examine our stock,
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3, 49 e,
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(successors to n. m. whitnet.)
Importing and Manufacturing Stationers.
Printers and Book-Binders,
Nos. 19 and 21 Merchant street,
The Oldest, Largest, and Cheapest
Stationciy Establishment in tho Kingdom.
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Blank Books, of all descriptions;
Foolscap, Legal and Bill Cap,
Journal and Trial Balance
Linen Paper and
"Writing and Copying Inks, in quarts, pints and oones.
Mucilage in all sizcB, especially adapted to this climate;
Drawing Paper and Pencils,
Tracing Paper and Cloth,
Transit Books, Field and Level Books, adapted for the use-
,r , ,. , of Surveyors and .Engineers;
Memorandum and Pass Books,
Silver and Perforated Card Board,
Shipping Ta-;s, Shipping Receipt Books and Pads,
Note, Draft, and Receipt Books,
And numerous other articles in our line to be found in a tvell kept stock
Wo have made such arrangements
hereafter to keep on hand a full nwutment, and also to leccive the latest pieces as
they arc published. Any special older will receive our best and prompt attcu.
Made from the purest materials,
Is the best non-Intoxicating
drink on the Islands I
" It will thoroughly refresh the jaded
mind and wcaiied- body."
J. FiMhcr, IS Iiiliha Street.
Town orders may bo left at Mrs.
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Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, Espla
Manufactiues all kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Frames, Blinds,
Sashes. Doors, and all kinds of Wood
work nnish. Turning, Scroll and Band
Sawing. All kinds of Sw ing aud Plan
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Nos. 113 and
Splendid New Stook of Solid Gold and Plated Jewelry;'
Eleuant Gold and'Silver Watches.
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mr l"o present time wo rcceivp by every mail over one hundred and fifty
different Papers and Magazines, publlblicd lu the Euglieh, French, German, and
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with our MiisinAirini:. ni mil onni.i.. .
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Having been appointed Agent for tho
Hawaiian Islands far
Hall's Sale and Lock Co.
1 am now prepared to take orders for
Phe Pi oof, Fire and Burglar Proof,
Jewelers, Dwelling House, and Side.
Board Safes, Jewelry or -Plate Chests,
Vault Fionts, Victor and Novelty Bank
" T. Polk, Gcnoral Agent for
Hall's Safe and Lock Co., at present
staving here on his way to Australia,
will gladly furnish any information re
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115 Fort Street,
ore enabled to furnish tUe PaperB.aad
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