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SATURDAY, APHIL 28, 1883.
K. A. .Sothcrn. the celebrated
"Lord Dumltciiry." was invited to
one evening. One
was u party of
"grown-ups," tho other of children.
Sothcrn consiclcied it would be u
capital joke if he entered the
di swing-room full of children on
nil-fours and pretended to be n benr.
"When the footman announced Mr.
Sothem, the actor carried out his
intention, to the no small amazement
of the assembled guests. 'He had
mixed up the two houses and found
himself in the center of wonder
stricken "grown-ups." Sothcrn gave
u dinner-party one evening to about
a dozen men. One of the guests,
whom we will call Thompson, w as
late. They had just sat down to
their soup, when a loud ring announ
ced the arrival of the late Mr.
Thompson. Sothcrn hastily ex
claimed, "Let us all get under the
table. Fancy Thompson's surpiise
when he beholds n long table devoid
of guests." Sothcrn's love of practi
cal jokiug was well known, so that
the company were not astonished at
the proposition, and in a couple of
seconds every man wns concealed
irom view beneath the table. Soth
crn made a half dive, then resumed
his place at the head of the table.
Thompson entered, stared and ex
claimed, "Hallo! where arc all the
fellows?" Sothcrn shook his 'head in
a lugubrious fashion and in melanc
holy tones replied, "I can't explain
it, my dear fellow, but the moment
they ' heard your name they all got
under the table." The expresion on
the faces of the hoaxed guests as
they slowly emerged, one by one,
from their concealment can be better
imagined than described. London
A man's wife in Hart country,
f4a., has given birth to twenty-one
children, and has been so fortunate
as to raise every one of them. We
heard one of the neighbors say he
was at-their house when astoim was
coming'up. The old lady blew the
horn for the children, and she stood
and counted them as they came in.
Somehow she made the number
twenty-two. This mystified her,
and hlie declared that she couldn't
remember having but twenty-one.
In order to satisfy herself she turn
ed them all out in the storm and let
them in one at a time. She acted as
teller, while the isitor kepi the tally
sheet. Hartford Sun.
HANLON & Oo,
(I.ato T. I). Murry,)
o'.i Kintr sticut.
Wagon Making and Repairing done to
order. Horse Shoeing in his well-known
bhoeing. !i8 tfm
A NEW DEPAJITUKE !
O s l i n e t in aker
No. 03 Hotel street,
Opposite Intci national Hotel,
Between Nuuanu and Fort streets.
THE public will please take notice
that I have just opened in the above
premises, and as I am a thoiough piao
tical mechanic in iny line of business
having done some of the finest work ut
the Palace and other residences in Hono
lulu recently would Ihcioforu most re-j-pcctfully
solicit a call from the com
munity. Fine upholstered work in every variety
Drapery and Laiiibiequine.s of every
description made to order.
Carved and polished window cornices
ncitly made and arranged.
Repairing and polishing Pianos, Mil
blc.il Boxc, etc.
The finest Fieneh and varnished pol.
iehingdone In the Kingdom.
Carpets, Oil-cloth and limiting cut and
laid at short notice.
All work guaranteed and done on the
moist reasonable terms. U04 ly
OlUee, No. 07 Hotel street.
All kinds of Baggage and Parcels de.
llvered in all parts of the city with dis
jfateli. Having a
1 am prepared to haul BAND mid other
material, and make or lepair foot
paths, either by load, day, or
Htand at Ranisay'b Store, Hotel street
V. T. MacDonald, i Proprietor.
1 "Office hours G a.m. to 0 p.m.
jjMj Telephone, No. 311
A. S. CLEGHORN & Co,
Have received a large assortment of
.Boots & Shoes
to suit ttll clauses of purchasers, 181
A Large Assortment
Fine Wall Papers
Just received, and for sale by
WILDEB. & CO.
BSft. Call and examine. 1 17
ART NOVELTIES m
1 WALL PAPER
as Ceiling Decoration k&
', OF THE I.KAUIXO 3X
j'jjjUnited States Factories
y, JUbT RECEIVED KS3
uciwxitta vuuA.i. fto
Hemp Packing,with or without India
t Babbit Metal,
Barbed Fence "Wire,
Cane Kim es, w ith or w ithout hooks,
Hand and Smith Hammer?,
Patent Steam-pipe Covciing,
Cement, Steel Pails,
Sugar and Coal Bags,
Twine, &c, &c.
For sale by
H. IIACKFELD & Co.
Per b.irk Kulakaua
A Splendid Stock
Ill IPovi. Street ,
2M ly Opposite Pnntheou Stables
FORSALW, a No. 2
Warehouse Feed Mill
Grinds from 5 to 10 tons per day.
Also, pulleys, belts, etc., all hi good
order; can lie run by stoma or lioiso
power, just the article for a plantation.
HAY, OATS, CORN,
Wheat, llian, Bui ley, "Whole and
Ground, Mixed Feed, etc.
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST
5U LA1NK Co., 34 Fort fet.
Onieo Sup't Water Works,
Honolulu, July U, 1883.
A LL persons having Water Privileges
are notified that their Water Hates'
me payable seini-miiiually, in advance,
ublu seini-iiuiiually, in advance,
ollico of tl'o Superintendent of
at tue oiuce oi U'O hiipc
Water woikw, foot of Kuumiu btreet,
upon the 1st day of January and July of
ciiciiyear. uua.. u. vyiijIsuj,
Sup't Water Woiks.
S. K. Kaai, Minister of Interior. 204
A. fe-v Iol bl
846 A, H. Cleghorn 4k Vu'n.
fj j0PrimmW:m9mm. H!k x
E- Stlkmeh " Suez,"
Cases Lai'd ami Bacon,
Casks Hams, Kegs Butter,
Butter in 4 lb. glass jars very superior,
Bills Mess Beef,
Bhls Pi line Mess Pork,
Golden Gute lHonr,
Etni Family Flout,
Sacks of Whole Bailey,
Saeks of Ground Barley,
Sacks of AVhcat,
Sacks of Beans
SACKS ol POTATOES
and a gencial as't of (groceries.
April 1M. BOLLES & CO.
Sperm and Whale
TUST TO HAND.a ouantilv of Snerm
O Oil, from(ie Whaling barks
" Abram Barker" and " Orca."
Warranted puie. AUo,
A few casks of Whale Oil
all of line quality, and
FKEE IT-ROM FOOTS,
For Sale in quantities desired by
lIOIiliKH A Co.
Honolulu, March 9, 1883. 314
" Variety the Spice of Life."
SPERM OIL !
We have on hand
Put up in 5 gall, tins
and cases of 10 galls.
Clear and Pure Sperm Oil
Taken by the "Orca," "Louisa," and
"Maiy & Helen," which will be
SOLD at LOWEST PRICES
Castle k Cooke.
I7U0M A MONSTER SPJIKM Whale
JL making 140 barrels, caught by the
Bark " Loui.i,"
WARRANTED OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY
and Nicely Strained.
Polar and Whale Oil
Constantly on hand, and for sale by
U45 sra a. w. ii:i uci: o.
"TCTILL bo conducted entirely by my
V win, JACOB FISHEK, in futuie,
as I have turned my attention to agri
eultuic. All oiderbHiould be addresbed
lo Jacob Fisher, P. O. Box No. 180, or
No. lit Liliha (.licet, This change dates
fioin .Tanuaiy lhl, 1883.
I tiwke this oij)oi tunily to thank the
public for thcii palionngu liltlmilo be.
btowed ou me, and holiclt a continuance
of the biiiuc to my t-cm Jacob.
373 ISRAEL FISHElt.
FIRE ! FIRE ! FIRE I
To Arrivo per barkentlno Discovery,
FIRE PROOF SAFES
Having been appointed Agent for the
Hawaiian Ibhmds for
Hall's Safe and Lock Co.
I am now prepared to tako orders for
Fire Proof, Fire and Burglar Pioof,
Jewelers, Dwelling Hoiibe, and Side
Board Haft?, Jeweliy or Plato diets,
Vault Fronts, Victor and Novelty Bank
Lockb, &c., &c.
Mr. It, T, Polk, General Agent for
UuII'b Safe and Lock Co., at present
slilylHg hero on his way to Australia,
will gladly furnish any information re
garding the above Safes, &e.
2U0 ly Duuvcr Block.
Goods in Every Department Marked Down
Ami Mti.sL le Sold
TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW & VARIED STOCK
To aritvc shortly fioin Eastern and European Mnikels.
The Leading Millinery House of CImh. J. Fishel.
UNION FEED COMPANY
Ih CouNLtiutly Kccoiviiifr !
Fresh Supplies of Hay, Barley,
Oats, Bran, Wheat, Corn, &c.,
Which it offers, Wholesale or Retail
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES. .
All orders promptly attended to.
H. J. AGNEW
Begs to inform his friends and the-poblio generally, that
he has made complete arrangements for
Constant Supply of Hay, Oats, Bran, &c,
Ol'tlio Very JBeHi Quality, '
Which ho will offer for sale at the Lowest Possible Hates-,'
From the I st of next month.
All orders will meet with prompt attention, and w ill be filled with dispatch. 340
J. W. EOBERTSON & CO;,
(feUCCEbSOKS TO 11. 31. WIirUNtY.)
Importing and Manufacturing Stationers,
Printers and Book-Binders,
Nos. 19 and 21 Merchant street,
The Oldest, Largest, and. Cheapest
" Stationery Establishment in the Kingdom.
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Blank Books, of all descriptions;
Foolscap, Legal and Bill Cap,
Journal and Trial Balance Papon,
Linen Paper and Envelopes, all bizes;
Writing and Copying Inks, in quarts, pints and cones. ,
Mucilage in all skes, espepially adapted to this climate; '"'
Diawing Paper and Pencils,
Tracing Paper and Cloth,
Transit Books, Field and Level Books, adapted for the UbC ,
- ol Surveyois and Engineers;
Memorandum and Pass Book?, '
Silver and Perforated Card Boaid,
Shipping Tags, Shipping Receipt Bookb' and Pads,
Note, Draft, and Receipt Books,
And numerous other articles in bur line to be found iti a wellkcj)t stock
We have made such arrangements with our Mublo Agents, as will enable us
hereafter to keep on hand a full assoitment, ami also to receive the latest pieces as
they are published. Any special order will iccelve our best and prompt atten
WM1W I'H HW'IMT IIMIHIIlMllIIWWW HI MW ,,!
Splendid New Stock of Solid Gold and Plated Jewelry,
JSlerunt Gold and Silver Watches.
Silver.PJated "Ware, &e., ifce. 1gG
J. W. ROBERTSON & Go's
i . .
WE aio prepared to receive further oidcis for any Paper or Magazine nublffi.
ed in California, the Eastern Slates, Canada, and Europe. l'"u"
lwr J" prissent limo wo lecehe by every mail over one hundied and fifty
sSmvirLanguaHS,Ui,leb, V"" iU K". Crenel,, German, an5
nwmw.aa imn-m maw iiun.miwiiw
Telephone No. 175.
Watchmaker and Manufactur
Nos. 1JU and 115 Fort Sheet, ',; : Honolulu.
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