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HONOLULU, II. L, TUESDAY, JANUARY , 1881.
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PECK'S BAD BOY.
"Well, I novcr sec a boy change
as yon linvo," said tlio grocery man
to tho bad boy, ns lio catno in with
a poor dirty looking trump, nncl
bought him u pound of crackcis and
a big picco of cheese, and as the
tramp sat down on a soap box and
beiran to go through tlio fodder as
though it was a banquet, and the
boy looked out of the window at the
ruin that was falling, the grocery
man added, "What has got into,
you? You haven't got religion have
"Naw, 1 guess not," said the boy,
as he slyed a picklo out of a bartcl
to the trump. "That is, T haven't got
it by any regular rule, but may be
it is in my system. I tell you, old
oleomargerine, I have always been
in for fun, and haven't cared much
how I had it, but lately I have hud
moiofun making people happy, than
I over had making pa jump around.
Don't you know, if you see a person
who's in hard luck, and .thinks the
world is all a fraud, and who almost
wants to bo run over by a fi eight
train, and you go to work and sur
prise the person with a bit of kind
ncss, smuggle a warm meal down
him before he knows it, it makes
your heart feel as though you hud
got to loosen your belt? I never
knew there was so much suffering in
the world until that humane society
fellow hired mo to go around with
him to hold his horse while he re
lieved distress, but the woods are
full of people who have no drawers
to wear in winter, and who would
faint away at sight of a roast of beef.
Gosh, I wish I had a million
"O, what would you do with a
million dollars?" asked the grocery
man, as he watched the tramp pick
his teeth with a sliver off the soap
box. "If you had-a million dollars
you would buy a dude suit of clothes,
and a trotting wagon with red
wheels, and a norse that could trot
in two ten. And you would part
your hair in the middle and wear
yellow gloves and say 'g-lang.'
That's the kind of a millionaiie you
"No, sir I You aie no guesser,"
said the bov, as he gave the tramp
a glass of cider- "1 would buy oiu
a bakery and a meat market, and
when poor people hadn't anything to
eat I would invite ihem to call on
Hennery. Then I would take a
hundred thousand dollars and go
mound paying a month's rent in
advance for people. If some peo
ple knew they would not be both
ered about paying rent for a month,
they would be so happy they would
ache. Then I would buy ten thou
sand pairs of red flannel drawers,
regular old thick ones, all sizes, and
sell them to poor people and take
their notes' for the pay. You see
some people wouldn't like to have
drawers given to them, but if you
took their notes they would feel as
though they bought the drawers, and
then you could have a boufire and
burn up the notes. But I had rather
bo able to work miracles than be a
millionaire. If I could take stones
and turn them into leaves of bread,
and water into wine, the way Christ
did, I would set up business at a
stone quary and open a free bakery,
and I would take the Milwaukee
river and make it into wine and tell
the poor people to help themselves.
It would make the breweries sick,
but they could ship their beer to
Texas and Colorado. 1 tell you,
what tins country needs is a fellow
that can make a bakery out of a
stone quarry by a simple turn of tlio
wrist, and 1 had rather have such a
job than to be president. If I could
turn hard hcuds into bread it would
be a picnic. 1 would take a big
bto'no and go to the home of a pooi
woman who had nothing to eat in
tho house and tell her I had brought
her some bread, and I would hand
her astono as big as a peck measure,
and she would see it was a stone,
and the tears would como to her
eyes, and. sho would look borry be
cause I was so mean, and then while
sho was wiping her eyes on the un
der side of her apron I would touch
tlio stono with my magio wand, and
turn it into a loaf of salt rising brcud,
or brown bread, with a nuiisard 1001
on, and tho look the poor woman
would give mo, when sin found the
stono wiw brcud, would bo worth a
thousand dollurs, and I would go
away feeling pretty cunning. I
bhould want to bo able to turn cord
wood into canvass hams, too."
"Yes, that is all right for talk, but
you ain't no angel, yet," said tho
Continued on next page,
A GEOIGD COLLECTION OF HOLIDAY GOODS
Laces, Embroideries, Sacliels, Fans, Tidies,
Children's Dresses, and a Splendid Stock of
Flowers, Feathers, Beaver Hats.
Etc., etc., just received por Mariposa, ami now open for Inspection, at
A. M. MELLIS, : : : : : 104 Fort Street.
Store open till 8 p. m. during tho holidays.
The New Golden Rule Bazar !
ea on B
Store lately occupied by S. Magnin,
on Hotel st., near Fort.
T1IE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
Toys, Fancy Goods, Toilet Sets, Vases,
Ever seen. iix tliis DEOiis-dloiii.-
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
No. 71 Hotel st. Telephone 74.
Grocery and Feed Store.
WOLFE & EDWARDS, corner of
King mill Nuu.inu streets.
Fresh Giocirics by cveiy steamer. Or
ders solicited, and goods deliveied in
any pan ot the city. CU1 Gin b
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &c.
Stoves and Banges
of all kinds..
Plumbers' .stock and metals, .
House Furnishing Goods,
77 Chandcliorfa, Lamps, &c.
FOR SALE, a No. 2
Warehouse Feed Mill
Grinds from 5 to 10 tons per day.
Also, pulleys, belts, etc., all In good
order; can bo run by steum 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
59 LAINE Co.. atFoitst.
FX " JIAIIU'OSA "
A Full Assortment
American Groceries !
LOVEJOY & CO.,
N03. 8 and 10,
Merchant Street, Honolulu,
IMI'OUTEIIS AKD JOBDEKS OF
A. S. CLEGHOHN & CO.
Wish to inform old friends aud tho
public generally that they have now a
more complete and
Larger Assortment of Choice and
than ever before, which they will sell
AT LOWEST F0SSI1JLE TRICES.
Wo are constantly receiving additions
to our stock, and fenl sure ot giving sau
isf action to all purchasers.
547 TCIfcY US. 2m
FRESH EASTERN OYSTERS
EX " MAMPOSA "
Frozen in Tins and Shell,
A.rJC THE WINDSOR.
B3TE.perl Openers on hand to fill
orders. 583 tf
Hawaiian Carriage MTg Co.
GENERAL Carriage and Wagon
Manufacturers, and Dealers
in Wagon Materials, &c.
Oldcon Wct President & Manager
J. N. Wright Vice-Pi esidont
E. G, Schuman. . ..... .Sec & Treasurer
S. M. Damon Auditoi
Ofllco Sup't "Water Works,
Honolulu, July 8, 1882.
LL persons Iiaviug Water Privileges
arenoiuieu tnattneir water itates
are payable semi-annually, in advance,
at tlio ofllco of tl'O Superintendent of
Water Works, foot of Nuuanu street,
upon the lbt day of January and July of
each year. CHAB. 13. WILSON,
Sup't A ater Works
S. K. Kaai, Minister of Interior, 201
THE OLD CORNER
Hakt Bnos., : : Proprietors.
Served up in tlrst-class style at all hours
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. ni.
Always on hand
Oigars, Tobacco, Pipes
&c, &c. Also,
COM TO LDNGH
YOO CAN GET THE 11EST IN TOWN FROM
DEI. JT. NOLTE,
THE BEAVER SALOON,
WHERE YOU MEET EVERYBODY.
A Cup of Tea or Coffee I
A.t A.11 1-Iou.i'N,
AND TIIK FINEST IJUNDS OF
Figaro, Flor de Cuba,
Coney Island, etc., etc., etc
N0LTE. N0LTE. NOLTE
HAVING undergone great improve
ments in the way ot Wire Gau.ce ,
Doors and Windows, which keep out
those pests of covet (lies, cordially in
vites his friends and the public general
ly to give him a call, and guarantees
batisf action. 505 lm
KENNEDY & Co.,
Jobbing and Retail
07 HOTEL STREET,'
By every arrival of the O. S. S. Line
and Standard Groceries of all kinds by
the Case, which wo offer very low.
Depot of the Woodlawn Dairy.
P O. Box No. 297.
Ring up Tolcphono No. 240.
204 ly Goods delivered froo ol Charge.
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIERS
and all whom it may concern.
JTfT'feS"' T'1C untcrsignecl lnving
a'i'JJiJinade alterations, additions,
"lSraiu?mVMfan improvements in his
nU&ui SOAJL VACTOKY,
is now prepared to give
Tlio Highest Cash Value
tor any quautity of
And will furnish containers for the same
free of cost to any one who may desire.
TIIOS. W. BAWMNS,
Honolulu Soap Works.
Oillce in Brick Building,
King stiect, Lolqo. 433 lm
Ptfl HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Sgjy3fi8tcam engines, sugar mills, boil.
en, coolers; iron, brass and load cast
ings; machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention paid
to ship's black smithing. Job work exe
cuted at short notice. 1
LOST on Saturday night on Hotel st.
A double English Traveling Rug,
a dyed sheepskin foot rug, and an em
broidered duBUwrap. Tlio abovo re
ward will be paid on returning same to
400 i, W. MACFARLANE & Co
BUEWER & COMPANY,
( iii in lieu;
tilCXUUAIt MhltCANTILK AND
LIST OF OFKlCEItS:
P. C. Jones, Jr. . . .President & Manager
J. O. Cakteh Treasurer & Sccrotary
Hon. C. It. Bishop. Hon. II. A. P. CAm-EB
Geo. W. Macfarlaue II. R. Macfarlanc.
G. W. MACZAELANE & Co.
IMPORTERS, COMMISSION MER
Fiie-Proof Building, 52 Queen stiect,
Honolulu H. I.
The Waikapu Sugar Plantation, Maui,
The Spencer Sugar Plantation, Hawaii,
The Hceia Sugar Plantation, Oahu,
Huclo Sugar Mill, Maui,
Huelo Sugar Plantation, Maui,
Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co., Hawaii,
J. Fowler & Co. Steam Plow andPoit-
able Trains ay Woi ks, Leeds,
Mirrlces, Watbon &Co's Sugar Maehin
Gltftgow and Honolulu Line of Packets.
J. LYONS, h. J. LEVEr.
LYONS & LEVEY,
Auctioneeis and General
Commission Mei chants,
Beaver Block, Queen st., - - - Honolulu.
Sales of Furniture, Stock, Real Estato
and General Merchandise promptly at
Sole Agents for American and Euro
pcan merchandise. 318
Claus Sprcckels. Wm. G. Irwin.
"TI7" G. IRWIN & COMPANY,
TT Sugar Factors and Commission
Agents, Honolulu. i
A S. OLEQHORN & CO.
-CL' Importcis and Commission
Merchants, dealers in General Merchan
dise, Queen and Kaahumanu sts., Hono.
TIT A. GONSALVES & CO.",
lTX No. 57 Hotel Sticet, Honolulu,
Importers and Dealers in Drv and Fancy
Goods, Inlaid Work, Embroidery.
289 &c, &c, &c.
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer in General
Meichandise, Queen st., Honolulu. 1
MS. GRINBAUM & Co.,
Importers of General Mer
chandise and Commission Merchants
"TVf S- GRINBAUM & CO.,
J.TX. Commission Merchants,
124 California strpat.
1 Sau Francisco, t'ul,
BROWN & CO.,
Wholesale Wine and Spirit
Merchants. No. 14 Merchant st.,
FT. LENEHAN & CO.,
,r Importers and Commission
Merchants, Nuuanu St., Honolulu. 1
S. N. Castle. J. B. Atherton.
Castle & Cooke,
Shipping and Commission
Morchants. Importers and Dealers in
General Merchandise, No. 80 King st.,
WING WO TAI & CO ,
Inij.i rt -in an 1 General Dealers
in English. Anvricu.i and Chinese Pro
visions. PI nuiinn Teas and General
Mij Plies. Al -o, liite & Colored Con
tract Maf'iu, all qualities and prices.
No. 21 N ii.n tu uircet. opposite Mr. C.
fang's. 523 Cm
WING WO CHAN & CO.,
Importers and General Dealers
in English, American and Chinese Pro
visions, Plantation Tea and General
Supplies. Also, white and colored con
tract matting, all qualities and prices.
JJS?" No. 22 Nuuanu Street, opposite
Mr. Afoug's. 81
ED. O. BOWB,
IlOUSd AND SIGN PAINTER,
Papek Hanoeii. etc..
No. 107 Ki.vo SntEET, Honolulu.
BROWN & PHILLIPS,
Practical PlumbeiB, Gas Fitters
and Copper-BrnltliB, No. 71 King St.,
Honolulu. Jt2T Houso nnd Shin Job
Work promptly executed. 1?
DT S. TREOLOAN,
ltolcrt Luuort), o. II. Cooko.
L EWERS & COOKE,
(successors to Lewers & Dieksnn,)
Importers and Dealers in Lumber and all
kinds ot Building Materials, Fort street,
WILDER & CO.,
Dealers in Lumber, Paints,
Oils, Nails, Salt and Building Materials
of every kind, cor. Fort and Queen st:., '
G. H. ROBERTSON,
lu town. Telephone No. US. IS