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TUESDAY, JAN. 1, 1884.
grocory man. "Tho ilotectivo in
this ward says lio id shadowing a lot
of you boys that arc holding clan
destine meetings in a barn, and he
thinks you arc up to some deviltry.
You better look out or tho detective
will have you boys all pulled."
"Don't you worry about us," said
tho boy, as ho gave tho tramp a
quarter to buy the next meal, and
told him not to mention it, when the
tramp began to thank him. "That
detective is too smart for his boots.
Wo have formed a society for play
ing jokes on poor widows, this
winter. I have got nine boys in our
neighborhood to join tho society,
and wo are going to make it hot for
widows, and don't you forget it.
Tho humane society man is going to
toll us when they take a load of
wood to a poor widow's house, and
us boys are going to sneak tip to her
house, after dark armed to tho teetli
with buck saws atid saw bucks, and
axes, and before a widow knows
what kind of a gang wo arc, wo aro
going to saw up her wood and split
ft, and carry it in. We made the
darndest mistake last night, on the
South side, though. Wo found a
load of wood next to a poor widow's
housi, and sawed it up, and carried
in, and after we had got it done, a
dutch cigar maker, next door, who
owned the wood, got mad about it
and made us pay four dollars for the
wood. It took all tho money wo
had, but it was fun, and the widow
never knew where the -wood came
from. I had to sell my skates to
raise my share, but there is no ice,
nnyway. 1 suppose inai ucmjouvu
thinks ho will run on to a kit of
burglars tools when he makes a raid
on us in tho barn, but ho will find
us filing saws. Pa says us boys have
Btruck a lead now that makes him
proud of us, and if we can't find
wood enough to saw he will buy
some. If he does we will give it to
somebody that is poor. We aro not
sawing wood for people that are able
in lli" " PolnoUel lJ oaV it." ,
"Well, you take the cake," said
the grocery man, as ho cleaned up
the single crumb that tho tramp left.
"One spell I expected you would
bring up in state prison, and now I
wouldn't be surprised any Sunday
to go to church and find you in the
"No. von needn't expect to find
mo in a pulpit,' said the boy, as he
scratched a match on his pants to
light the tramp's pipe. "I shall
practice, and not preach."
A lively chase through the woods
rave spice 'to the elopement of Jessie
E. Rogers and Miss Kcna Anderson,
of this country. The young couple
have been laboring under the dis
advantage of parental prohibition,
the lady's father having forbidden
Rogers' young school teacher, Miss
Mulles, who was to ride by the girl's
house and invite Miss Rena to a
drive, but this game was frustrated.
Meantime the young lady went out
into the ilowcr-yard with Miss Mulles,
and upon the latter returning alone,
it was found that Rogers had picked
up his prize and fled. The enraged
father at once mounted a horse and
8 artcd in hot pursuit. The happy
couple had reached a point two miles
from town, and were congratulating
themselves on the success of their
plan, when a loud whoop and tho
sound of horses' hoods from the rear
notified them that they were pursued.
In a few seconds the irate f alitor came
i ito view. Rogers leaped from his
buggy and, followed by his intended
bride, disappeared in the woods.
Anderson followed iu tlic direction
(lie fugitives had taken, but they hod.
the start of him, and, after a fruitless
search, he returned home. Mean
while the happy couple had secured
another horse and buggy, and repaii
iug to the house of Jacob Living
ston, were married. All the panics
belong to well-to-do society. . F,
"See here!" exclaimed tho irate
sigent to the dancing-master who
.hired tho hall, "aro you going
' to nay me any rent any time this
year?" "Well," replied tho "Pro
fessor," "I haven't tiny money just
now, but I'm taking Bteps to raise
some." Ho saying, ho did a little
can-can business that made tho
agent's lmir stand on ends, and
calmly returned to the class, which
was scrambling and shuffling about
tho room in all tho blank verso of
motion. There is notliiug like know
ing just what you say when you
jncun it. -ArqonmiU
J. H. CONGDON & CO.,
Boavor Block, Queen Stroat, Honolulu
Importers, Shipping and General Commission
HAYK JUST IjAX1M A liAUCJK COXHIONaiEXT OF
Barloy, Bran, Oats, Onions, Beans, Wheat, oto. Choioo tablo & dried Fruits.
Ex "Mariposa" Large S ock of CHOICE TOTATOES, which wo offer to the
trndo at swsciAi. riuciss. PARAGON AXLE GHEASE. which gives uuL
585 vcrsal satisfaction. tggTCorrcspondcnco solicited. 3m
n:i King street, next door to Bethel,
Practical Watchmaker & Jeweler,
lias on hand an elegant stock of
Very Superior Cold
Al o. a n-ood assortment oi
Messrs. 6. W. Macfarlane&Co.
HAVE received from London a
special consignment, which is
now on viuw, of LONDON MAUL
Newest and Most Eeohercho Patterns.
Pearl, and Other Gem Rings,
And other OrnnmcntM all mounted
iu fine gold.
ALSO, A Sr-LENDID ASSORTMENT OF
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
Including some fine Minute Repeaters
and Chronographs, in heavy 18-earut
gold casts: some Beautifully Enameled
Watches, In huntlug cases, for Ladies,
and un assortment of fine
Al-oa verv benutiful Assoitmnt of
SILVEtt JEWELRY, of specially new
design and make.
J5gThowliolJconsiguuienl will be
orrurccl at exceptionally low prices, to
clear before New Year's Day.
537 tf b '
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Offar for Sale tho Following
In quantities to suit purchascre,
150,000 ft of pipe composed of Gilvan.
ized Water Pipe, from Jin. to 2in.
Steam and "Water Pipe from Jin. to 7in.
10PO ft. of Gjftin. Artesian Well casing.
The genuine article direct from Balti
more, over BOO TONS, Ex " Spartan and
Henry James "
ALL SIZES, CC0 tons to select from.
Patent lyflranlic Lifls!
6 Tons and 8 Tons
EDDYS WATER GATE9 with Flanges
for Appsian AVclls from Gin. to 10 in.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
600 Chances, at $2.50 a Chance.
Tickets to be had at NordberggS Aaehor
Kil William, Ajg
HanilM of le Kington
. Published In connection wi h tho
PACIFIC COAST DIRECTORY.
L. M. McKENNEY & Go,
680 Twenty. Fourth St., Oakland,
424 Montgomery St. San Francisco.
Frank Du Free,
070 Un Spcciul Agent.
J. II. CONGDON fc Co.,
and Silver Jewelry,
wat iiki aim uiiuuivo.
WENNEE & Co.,
Have on hnnd New Foreign nnd
Home !Mjdo Jewelry,
Watches, Bracelets, Neoklots,
Pins, Lockets, Clocks.
And Ornaments of all kinds
Silver and Gold Plate,
Elegant Tea Sots-in Solid Silver
Suitable for Presentation.
NATIVE JEWELRY A SPECIALTY
Repairing and mending in all
Tlie Sole Agent for King's
CELEBRATED EYE PRESERVERS.
J E-WELER, ijOPTICI AN,
Dealer in Hawaiian Curiosities.
Store In the "Hawaiian Gazette" build
44 ing, opposite the Bank.
rpHE Undersigned Proprietor of the
PIONEER STEAK CAM FACTORY
desires to inform his patrons nnd the pub
lie generally that notwithstanding the
recent DISASTROUS FIRE, has erected
A NEW FACTORY
On a much more Extensive Scale which
is now in Full Or-EKATiON, and which
will be in complete working ordvr by an
Early Arrival of new MuuhinurV' and
Tools. Has received per " ALAMEDA"
tho Largest and Varied Assortment of
For Chri turn Trees; will also have
on hnnd 100 POUNDS of the so much
Of his own Manufacture, and a Large
Assortment of His Own Home Made
As also his Delicious, Fresh
CHOCOLATE CREAMS !
Christmas and New Year
Fruit, Pound, Spongo, and Jelly Cakes,
Richly ornamented, and is again pro
pared to receive orders for his bo well
Known rich and fine flavored
Ornamented in the most Artistic Style.
Of the Finest Qualities, will be sold at
Fifty Cents per Pound,
With largely increased facilities, I am
now prepared again to supply my Ous
tomqrs with PUKE and WHOLESOME
CONfcEOriONEKYof my own manu
facture; thanking tho Public for their
nnerai paironago ueiore tno lire nnu so
liciting a continuance of tho same in tho
71 Hotel Street. qtolcphaue No.. 74.
573 ilm '
IF YOUR HORSE IS SICK or LAME,
or any way put of order, cu on A
v. fjyivigif, utuapt. ti.u.ymncya siu
bles- cqrner qf Onesii & Punchbowl sts
BSyBrcaklng horsos to saddle or par
riage a specialty. 42(1 ly
A Lot of Land
300 ft. wide by 300 ft. deep,
Situated on makal side of Ilerotanla
Street, near tho rcsidonco of Mr. Wong
Qui, Water laid on.
STABLE AND OUT-BUILDINGS
ALSO ON THE 1UIKUI8ES.
Trcc3 nnd Flowers arc now planted and
Grounds arc well laid out.
tST Apply to
'J tf g OI1ULAN & CO.
Holiday Clearance Sale
Fancy Work from Madeira,
INIATI) AVOltK a beautiful lino in
rare woods, such us:
Lndks' Work Doxcs,
Glove and llinilkerchiof Boxes,
Paper Ctittors &c, Fine Albums,
Jewelry Cases, Cigar Cases,
Chess ilonrds. A full Ass't of
Horse Hair Taney "Work.
A full line of MADEIRA HANDMADE
Embroidory and Crotohot.
UndcrwxiU", Chemise Tops,
Hed Sets, Pillov Cases
llaby's Itobes, Night Dresses,
square juounu Times.
EDOINOS AND IN8KUTTON8
Baskets and Chairs.
A FULL LINE OF
Ladies' and Gents' Gaiters.
M. A. GONSALVES & Co.,
570 ltn Hotel street.
EX LATE ARRIVALS
A largo and select stock of Ladios and
BOOTS AND SHOES
A beautiful lino of Gent's and Roys'
Straw and Felt Hats
All of the latest styles.
Wc would call attention to the above
line of Goods as having been selected
by Mr. M. McInkuny. 501
P. A. DIAS
Informs his friends and the public gene,
rally that he will
Open on Saturday Next,
His New Dry Goods Store,
On King Street,
(Near Castle & Cooke's) with an
Gent's Furnishing Goods, &c.
Will open on
Saturday, Dec. 8th, 1883.
with a largo collection of
Chromos, Ebony Ware,
Artists Materials, &c, &c.
No. 108. : : : King Street
Wat's New Block.
078 KING BROS. Imb
STREET LETTER BOXES
HAVE been prepared and distributed
through tho ciiy at tho following
On TelcphonoPolo near King Stroot Stablos,
On Telephone Polo at tho entrance of Re
formatory School, Palama.
At tho East cornor oi Lillha and School sts.
Attho North corner of Nuuanu andJudd sts.
At tho South corner of Nuuanu and School
At tho Soulh cornor of Nuuanu and Borotanla
Al tho WqsJ Qornorqf School and Emma sts.
On, Borotanla. opnoslto Emma stroot.
Af tho Norlh cornor of Borotanla and Punch
At tho South earner of King and Punchbowl
At tho, East coroor otTliomas Square on Bcr
MiJJSS,h cornqr " Pmm" and Bero,an'
. Tllcso boxes will be vifitcd twice each
day, (except Sundays), ntSo'clo k A .
and 2 o'c oc"c r m., by a Post Office
mosengcr, and tho lettcis carried to tho
Post Ollito. All liiter-isliui 1 and fo olc.i
loners that tiro pruuild by rtimpa wll
bo for.vaidcl in the inall-taH promptly
as If they had been Icltat thePoatOlllco.
Letters not prepaid will not lie
It Is tho intention to provide woro
Street boxes, during tho coming yo ir,
and phi'C them at all convenitnt points
will. in t.vo or thrco miles of tho Post
GENERAL POST OFFICE.
1 Ilonolnlu, Dec. Mth, 18tf3. 080 -it b
W. H. PAGE,
HONOLULU CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY,
NOS. 123 an 1 180 FORT STREET,
(opro3lto P tnthcon Stables)
HONOLULU, II. I.
The Manufactory contains a comnlcto
C irriagc Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Paint
S.iop, and T.'lmniing Sliop.
DRAYS AND TRUCKS,
HAND CARTS, &C., StC,
Mndc to Order on most favorable terms
and all work guaranteed.
Tho ClOHCHt Attention given to rc
pnlr worlc of nil kinds.
Having been in business on tho I lands
for a number of years employing mno
but the most Skillful of M-chanics, and
usins; only Al Material, I can strictly
cuarantco all worn leaving my Manu
factory. Give me a oall before purchasing
Don't forget the place.
128 and 180 FORT STREET.
orrosiTE dodd'b stables.
D. SI. CROWLEY.
CROWLEY & CO.
78 King Street.
MAUUFACIUmS OP FURMTURB
IMPORTED and HAWAIIAN
Elegant Coverings and Trimmings. ,
"BOSTOX" and ' CIIATjJjEKUE "
Xot to bo surpassed in
Durability, Comfort, and Price.
Several PAL RS TS from $50 upwards
Any sizad House furnished
On the installment Plan
Ladic3 Needle work mounted and up
holstered, re-tufTM nnd covc-cd in best
Style AT LOWEST 11A1ES.
Remember : 78 King Street
For Christmas or
New Year's Presents
Hollister & Co.,
Foivr St. on Nuuanu St. Stoiies,
Oiler inducements to purchasers in aa.
AND X.OAV IXIIC338 J
A Good Pasture for Horses,
A. A. MO'NTANO. -577
AWA of Palama having mndo un as
signment this day to the under,
signed for tho benefit of bin creditors,
nil persons having any claim against
said firm, will nleiso present them at our
otllco within sixty days from duto here,
of, or they will bo fovovcr burred; all
persons owing said AW A aro requested
to mike immediate payment to tho un.
Honolulu, Dec. 12th, 1883. 581 lm
rnilK ItOOJI recently occupied by
X tho Planters' Libor & Supply Co.,
over Messrs W G. Irwin O 's.
Ai.ply to JOHN II. PATY,
080 U h Trustee.
S 1 s
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