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SATURDAY, MAKCII 10, 1883.
THE ELEPHANT WHO DID NOT SEETHE
The Rev. Mr. "Wntson gives n very
curious story in illustration of this
animal's wonderful long memory of n
wrong suffered. One of those pests
of society, "a practical joker,"
visited n enrnvnn in a West of Kng.
land fair and tried his stupid tricks
upon an elephant there. lie first,
doled out to it, one by one, some
gingerbread nuts, and when the
grateful animal was thrown off its'
guard, he suddenly proffered it a
large parcel wrapped in paper. The
unsuspicious creature accepted and
swallowed the lump, but immediately
began to exhibit signs of intense
suffering, and snatching up a bucket
handed it to the keeper for water.
This being given to It, it eagerly
swallowed quantities' of the lluid.
"IIul" cried the delighted joker,
' lI guess those nuts were a tritle hot,
old fellow." "You had better be off,"
exclaimed the keeper, "unless you
wish the bucket at your head." The
fool took the hint only just in time,
for the enraged animal, having
finished the sixth bucketful, hurled
the bucket after its tormentor with
such force that had he lingered a
moment longer his life might have
been forfeited. The affair had not,
however, yet concluded. The follow
ing year the show revisited the same
town, and the foolish joker, like men
of bis genius, unable to profit by
experience, thought to repeat his
stupid trick on the elephant. He
took two lots. of uutstinto the show
with him, swtct nuts in one pocket
and hot in the other. The elephant
had not forgotten the jest played
upon him, and therefore accepted the
cakes verj cautiously. At last the
joker proffered a hot one ; but no
sooner had the injured creature dis
covered its pungency, than it seized
hold of its persecutor by the coat-tailp,
hoisted him up by them, and held
him until they gave way, wlicn he
fell to the ground. The elephant
now inspected the severed coat-tails
which, after he had discovered and
eaten all the sweet nuts, he tore to
rags and flung after their discomfited
owner. Chamber J Journal.
By the slmr City of Xcw York,
&. DIRECT FROM AUSTRALIA.'
Iindies.' a ticntlcinen's
Embroidered ami plain seats.
Bridles in Rnsset & Blk leather
Hiding "Whips nnd Harness,
The finet ever imported into these Is
gf Solid Leather Portmanteaus,
Carpet Bags, Touches, nnd
Busset Leather Saddle Bugs,
J. II. IWVCII'fM,
:-800 ,"' No. 88 King stret.c
If yoa want to see the
Largest Stock of Leather
In the Kingdom,
t 4 qnren Street.
If you want to see
The Best Quality of Leather
In the Kingdom,
t 4S qurea Htreet.
If you want to
Buy Leather at the Lowest
. Prices in the Kingdom,
U t 4 (urea Htreet
If you want to Buy tho
Best Quality of Groceries
In the Kingdom,
o to Hueea Mtreet.
If you want
More for your Money
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Z-i than you can miy eiscwncre in
Go to 43 Queen St.
4. HI XV M. fill VHNV.V.t HON.
Carriage gjjjj. Builder.
Buggies, Carriages, Express Wagons
and every kind of vehicles
mid all kinds of repairing done.
F. HORN, Practical Coufectionet,
Pastry Cook and Bnkor.
No. 71 Hotel st. Tolcplnni 74.
A Largo Assortment
Fine Wall Papers
Just received, and (or sale by
WILDEB ft CO.
Call and examine. 147
S3 ART NOVELTIES
I WALL PAPER m
OK THE LKADISS
United States Factories!
LEWERS & COOKE. V
Fire Clay, '
Hemp Packing, with or without India
Cane Knives, with or without hooks,
Hand and Smith Hammers, x
Patent Slcampipc Covering,
Cement, Steel Bails,
Sugar and Coal Bags,
Twine, &c, &e.
For sale by
II. IIACKPELD & Co.
I'OH SALE, a Xo. 8
Warehouse Feed Mill
Grinds from 5 to 10 tons per day.
Also, pulleys, belts, etc., all in good
order; run bo run by steam or horse
power, jut the article for a plantation.
HAY, OATS, CORN,
Wheat, B'rnn, Barley, "Whole nnd
Ground, Mixed Feed, etc.
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST
50 LAIN'E Co., 34 Fort st.
Office Sup't Water Works,
Honolulu, July U, 1882.
ALL persons having Water Privileges
aru notified that their Water Bates
nru payable semi-annually, in advance,
Ht the olllco of tl'c Superintendent of
Water Woiks, foot of Nuuanu street,
upon the. lht dav of January and July of
each year. CHAB. B. Wl LSON,
Sup't Water Works.
S. K. Kaai, Minister of Interior. 201
Just Ucceived ut
845 ' A. M. CIcKhorn Vw.
JSfWhite open front shirts, at
Chan. J, Fiahcl's (Lending Millinery
A. S. CLEGHORN & Go.
Have received n largo assortment of
Boots & Shoes
to suit nil classes of purchasers, 181
THE OLD CORNER
Hart Bnos., : : Proprietors.
Served up in first-clnss style at all hours
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
&e., &e. Mho,
This Space is Reserved
New Stuck of
1 1-1- Fori Street,
201 ly Opposite Fnnlheon.Stables
Jmt Received, thesa Decirabls
The most suitable hats for this
climate. For sale by
275 A. 8. CIcghorji &, Co.
G.BEA.T ADDITIONS t our former
stock, ex Suez, Kalakaua.nnd Cit
of Sydney, of
Ship Chandlery & Ship Stores:
Cordage hemp Manila, cotton duck,
Flax canvas, tlax sail twine, beeswax.
Blocks, oars 8 to 24 ft; shackles,
Bales nf oakum-, books nnd thimbles,
Club blocks, Biialch blocks, rowlocks,.
Iron strap blocks, mast beads, shieves,
Mctalinc and patent bushings,
Stockholm tar. Ditch, coal tar. tar oil.
:k varnishes, wire riir-'lntr
Mail liie, seizin?:
ii housclinc. ratlin.
Spunynrn, caulking- Irons, copper tncyks,
Iron tacks, connecting links,
Marlin spikes, caulking nmllcts,
Mast hoops, baud spikes,, pitch mops,
Tar brushes, &c.
Puint6 and Paint Oil, n full nsM-tment
of nil kinds nnd colors; V
Pacific Bubbcr Piiint, a new Jot, includ-
all the various colors;
Brushes Paint, varnish, pencil, white.
wash, paste, artist, shoe, scroll, nnd.
sash a good assortment of iacli;
Axe. nnd hatchet, wood und xliingling;
Ship lanterns and side-lights the Begu-
Groceries and Provisions.
A full assortment of flno groceries, in.
eluding some choice varieties of
Table pie fruits, jams nnd jellies, n new
article, put up by a new firm, and
wo can highly recommend them as
belng'somethlng rcallv nice;
A new lot of Teas, ircliiding some supe
rior Japan varieties;
Sugar Belined nnd raw;"
Hams, bacon, lard, smoked beef, in tins,
Curried fowl, curried oysters,
Plum pudding, kits salmon bellies,
Kits mackerel, kits tongues and sounds,
vimiiru, ukl-csu, vAiuru sausagv, in nils;
Balsins, in f, if and 14 boxes!
Balsins, in tins; currants in 4 & 71b tins
Pickles, in 1 gul., gal., qts, &, 5 gal kgs
Com starch, tapioca, vermicelli,
Macaroni, dried apples, prunes, plums,
peaches and pears.
FLOUB AND BBEAD.
Golden Gate extra family, Eldorado,
Golden City, Graham, oat and corn meal
Medium bread, assorted eraokors,
Ginger siians,.tauy, saloonpllot bread,
Soda blocpfts, rice and coffee,
Whale and sperm oil.
Sperm candles, 4s and Os.
Jl qftht above will be sold at the
Jieat Murket Jtutes,
Buyers are most respectfully invited to
call and exam I no our stock.
" B0LLES & C ).
J. M. OAT,
' Stationer nnd Nowh iOenloi , V
Have Just Received, ex Suez,
CABIXKT rilOTO AMIUMH, Al'TOMItAni HOOKB.
MtOSIKXAOK BA 1'CltHKH, PAl'KH, KXVKLOrEtJ,
Base Balls and Bats
Now is the time to subscribe for Newspapers and Periodicals for 1883.
CBT All orders will be tilled promptly..iJ
253 Gazette Block, No. 25 Merchant Street, 3m
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J. W. ROBERTSON & CO.,
(st'ccr.ssoiw to n. m. wuitket.)
Importing and Manufacturing Stationers,
Printers and Book-Binders.
Hos. 19 and 21 Merchant street,
The Oldest, Largest, and Cheapest
Stationery Establishment in the Kingdom. -v
Keep -constantly on hand a large assortment of '
Blank Books, of nil descriptions;
.Foolscap, Legal and Bill Cap,
I Trial :
journal nnu auai uainncc
Linen Paper and
Writing and Copying Inks, in quarts, pints and cones.
Mucifcige in'nllslzes, especially adapted to this climntej t
DruwingPnper and; Pencils, ' ..,
n'.-t.... t..,. .'-.I rn..,i.
Transit Books, Field and Level Books, adapted for the use . ..
of, Surveyors nd.Engineers;
Memorandum nnd Pass Books,
Silver nnd PcrforntcdiCnrd Board, (' ,'i ,TtV ".
Shipping Tags, Shipping Becoipt' Books and Fads, -Note,
Draft, nnd Itcceipt Books,
And numerous other articles in our line to be found in a well kept ttock
Vc hare made such nrrnngcirfEJV
hereafter to keep on hand n full rfrff
tliey are published. Any spcelnK-d
Mad from the purest materials,
Is the best- ndn-lntoxlcatlnn , J ,
drink on the Islands 1
" It will thoroughly refresh the jaded
iitind and wearied body."
J. Fiejhcv, 13 Iiilllia (Street.
ar Town orders may be left at Mrs.
Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, Espla
Manuf uctui res all kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets , Window Frames, llnds,
Sashes. .Boors, and all kinds of Wood
work rtnJsh . Turolnar, Seroll and Band
Sawing. AH kinds of Sawing and Plau
tng. Mo rtlelng 'nd Tenanting...
Ordei promptly attended to and work
(TiinKinuwd. Orders from the other Is
lands so Belted
SploncEi d Now Stock of Solid Gold and Plated Jewelry,
JCkffant Gold and Silver Watches.
SUM ir.riateil Ware, &c, &c.
i J. W. ROBERTSON & Go's
Si inscription Department
WE on ' prepared to receive further onlcrs for any Paper or Magazine publish
cd In Ciilifornin, the Kastcru States, Canada, and Kurnjie.
It the' present time wc receive by every mull over one hundred and fifty
dill'e .int P& pers and )lagazlnes, published in the English, French, German, and
Scan dluuvio, u Languages. -
. iu mir u-ubscrlntlon list is larirc. wcare enabled tufuraleh the PaDers and
Mag ailqes ot a low rate, oi ouufccjipuuot
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Jr., & CO.
to Wenr, at
Envelopes, all sizes;
s with our Music Agents, as will enable u
ftment, and iiIm) to receive the latest pircrs as
fder will receive our best and prompt atten-
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FIRE ! FIRE ! FIRE I
Te Arrive per barkentine Diseevery.
FIRE PROOF SAFES
Having been appointed
Hawaiian Islands for
Agent for the
Hall's Safe and Lock Co.
1 nm now prennred to take nrdrrs for
Fire Proof, Fire and Burglar Proof,
Jewelers, Dwelling House, and Side. .
Board Safes, Jewelry or Plato Chests,
Vault Fronts, Victor and Novelty Bank
Locks, &c, t&c.
Mr. B. T. Polk, General Agent fr
Ball's Safe and Lock Co., at present
staying here on his war te Australia,
will gladly furnish any Information,
gardlng the above Safes, Ac.
! 280 ly
Walchnwilcer and Manufactur
Nos. U and 115 Fort Street, ; : Honolulu.
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