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TUESDAY, JAN. 8, 1884.
A i LADY EVANGELIST.
Mrs. llnnipsoh, the successful Inily
evangelist, fulfilled the duty of lay
ing tbt foundation stone of tho
buildings for the Young Men's Chris
tian Association. The proceedings
were Interesting and impressive ; be
tween four and five thousand persons
were' 'present, and on the platform
were clergymen of all 1'rotcstant de
nominations, some members of tho
MlfijstrVj and gentlemen well known
foith'cir interest :in all work for the
public "goodr Mrs. Ilampson made
an effective speech, her words, us
usual, going straight to the hearts of
her hearers. She referred at length
to the, .good to be accomplished by
supbi' Organisations, appealed elo
quently for contributions, and con
cluded with: ".Some of them when
they jcamc, here; had riot two shillings
to "rub against each other; but
now they were wealthy men, and
Providence had blessed them. Let
thesQ.ilien give a frank offering to
God for the blessing ho had ex
tended to them when he had smiled
upon thcrri. As they had opportu
nity call it opportunity let them
give, and God would honor what
they .gave, would put it in his treas
ury as she was the witness would
give them compound jntcrst. for it.
They would be laying up stores in
the world beyond, and when they
went thither their reward should be,
"Well done, thou good, and faith
ful servant.." -She ventured to say
that, if all their offerings which
were to accompany the widow's mite,
bore any Just proportion to their
wealth to that borne by her contribu
tion to her wealth, there would be no
more trouble about the erection of
the building or the endowment of it.
By the erection of that building they
would show that the Christians of
Sydney could stand out boldly to the
, front, and in the teeth of man and
devils proclaim to the universe that
Christian men and Christian women
and associations of Christians united
were the grand lover which God was
using just now to. lift humanity out
of the wreck,, the ruin', and (he ter
rible curse that, sin, thud brought; and
while Christians held tho cross, the
glorious insignia of the world's re
demption, in their heart they would
raise humanity, and God would, be
glorified and thousands of men and
vomen would be blessed." Federal
SENSATIONAL MARRIAGE OF DWARFS.
A remarkable wedding took place
on the stage of the Buckingham
Theatre in Louisville last month,
when Mr. John Zmaris, better known
as Mojor' Mite, 30 years of age and
42 inches high, was married to Miss
Marie Nail, aged 33, whose hight is
onlyJJl inches. This pair of Midgets,,
who have been travelling all over the'
world for several years, fell in love
with each other wh6n on exhibition
at Pittsburg' tlirue months ago. On
the occasion of the wedding a great
crowd assembled in the theatre. At
rnine o'clock tlie' curtain was "rolled
up, disclosing a stage set after the.
style oi a iasinonaoie uarwing-room.
After "The Marriage Bells" had
been sung, Juidge H. B. Hoke, of the
Probate Court, came upon the stage
in evening dress. He was followed
by the brides-maids. The little bride
was attired in a dress of white satin,
with Court train, and wore pearl or
naments. A Ipng white veij, inter
woven with orange blossoms, fell
gracefully over her shouldersuntillit.
touched the floor. Her tiny hands
were encased in 14-hutton whit kid
gloves, and. licr feet in satin slippers.
The latter were Nq. 6, children's,
size.' The groom wore the conven
tional suit of black broadcloth, with
' patent leather pumps and white kid
gloves. A few minutes after nine
o'clock the manager's daughter came
.uppit.,the stage with the licence,
W winch she handed to Judge Hoke,
'!who promptly performed the cere
rndhy, and concluded it by kissing' the
bride. Then, amid the wildest ap
plause, the curtain went down upon
A'the fairy-like scene. The Mayor of
the City and other officials occupied
the proscenium boxes, and Louisville
is not. u little elated at the, thought
that it has witnessed one of the most
"remarkable marriages on record,"
A prominent merchant of New
York,' whose1 name'ls suppressed, has
f handed to the Collector of that port
' a check for $10,000, which amount
fio'said had been kept away from the
'government hy fraud. His con
' science drove him up to this good
act. Restitution must be a great
tfalnl. It is an excellent evidence of
repentance, and repentance goes n
long way towards curing sjns,
especially when restitution is made.
This prominent Now York merchant
had suffered more than the worth of
his unlawful gain and conscience,
that true monitor, whlcl( .no one
should disregard, pushed 'tlife mer
chant right up to the good, .act of
restoring that which he liad wrong
f ully'retaiucd. . ThiB.faja.gpc-.uVl68?0-11,
Hartford Times. , .
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIERS
and all whom it may concern.
The undersigned having
made altcrntlbnti. additions.
Hrttwl inimniitiiAnKi It tit a
HK'!mM'll " w ."" "
In now prepared to give
Tli lUrrlwvqf fluali Vn.ln
for any. quantity of " I;
And will furnish contnlnors for tho same
free of coat to any ono who may, desire.
... .JiiiJ L-
Ollluu in Brick Building,
King street, Lelco. 48!i lm
F. HORN, Practical Confecti6hcit.
Pastry Cdolc and -Bilker. JiJ
No. 71 Hotel st. Telephone 74.
a iNti lot of ,; ;!.'
Glutting: of all Grades
BOTH WHITE AND COLORED , .
For Sale at
482 A. S. OLEGHORN & CO
Grocery and Feed Store.
WOLFE & EDWAltDS, corner f
King and Nuuauu "streets. . i
Fresh Groceries by every steamer. Or
dcni solicited and' good$ "delivered in
onv part of thecity. " 501 Om h
J1TST RECK I V
VX " JtfAJUI'OBA "
A Full Assortment
r . oy , , r , T
American Groceries !
245 A. S. OLEGHORN &,CO.
A Good Pasture forTIorses
Inquire t& 7
. A. A. MONTANO.
- iik Ki
600 Chances, at $2.50 a Chance.
Tink'ctsi'o 4)e liadt Narnrgg9 Anchor
CHm HONOHJLU IRON "WORKS,
crt, coolers; ir.on, brass and lead cast
ings; macliinery of, every description
made to order! Particular attention paid
to ship's black smithing. Job work exe
cuted at 'short' notice.' J " ' ' "' 1
INSTRUCTIONS in Gymnastics" will
he given to La'dies and Children
Every Saturday Morning-
From 0 to o'clock, in addition to the
Evening Classes. S. B.-BOUE,
388 Prcwlderit .Athletic .Association
A tdt 'pf Jjpd
300 ft wido by 300'fL deep,
Situated on makai :side of Beretania
Street, near the residence of Mr. Wong
Qui. Water laid on ., r
STABLE AND OUT-BUJLpInGS
ALSO ON THE'PttEMIBES.."'-.
Trees and Flowers are now planted and
Grouhds are well laid out.
Water Notice. l
Office Sup't Water Works,
ilqnplulu, July p, 1882.
ALL persons havJng.Water privileges
are notified tlint their'Watei' Rates
aro payable semi-annually, hi advance,
at the office pf the Superintendent of
'ta(pr. Works, foot of uunu Btrebr,
upon the 1st day of Jahuary'arid July of
each vear. CIIABJB.AVILSONI
Sup't "tt ntor Works,
B. K. Kaai. MihtBtWaflnterior. ? 'iJfi4
THE regular weekly meeting will be'
held over DI AS 'NEW 'STORK,
opposite Bethel, King 8treet. tit
'. 549 '"' i a"1 BocreUiry.
AW A of Paliimu having mudc au as.
signment this day to the under,
signedfor tlie benefit pf his creditors,
all persons having any clniin against
said firm, will please present them at our
office within sixty days from date here,
of, or they Will bo forever barredj.all
persons owing said AWA are requested,
to make immediate payment to the un
dersigned, .TJ" j , O
IIYMAN HROJ5, ,.,
Honolulu, Deo. 12th, 18S!I. fifft 1m
" ' ." '' ' ' . V 'If j. t, 1 -
'PIUS is to certify that N. Cllflbrd has
X full power of Attorney to act for
me during my nbsencc
8, W. BUCKMAN,
Honolulu, Nov. id, 1883. ,60 3w
IK YOUR HORSK 18 BIOK dr'LAME,
or any way out of order, call on A
IV BAKI5U, at Cupt. Ji C. Cluney'd sta
hies- corner of Queen & Punchbowl sts
' CSUreaking liorses to saddle pr car
ringe n pecialty. 420 ly
LOST on Saturday night on Hotel st.
A double English Traveling Rug,
a dyed sheepskin loot rug, and on em.
broidered dust-wrap. The above re
ward will bo paid on returning same to
400 G. W. MACPARLANE & Co
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IHBlBUM mi.! i.i J .'.mAjliL rTntrTMi ' T hi i I
Messrs. G. W. Macfarlano&Go.
c.cclvcd from London a
iiiiininl iin b irntnnnr ttfhlnli lu
njnv on lerr.of LQNDON MADE
Newest and Most Rochorcko Patterns.
Pearl, and Other Gem Rings,
Brcastp'jns,. Dingle's, ;
Autl other OrnnmcntH nil mounted
In niKvdld. ''
AI.8Q, A BfrjKNDIU AB8011TMHNT OK
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
Including "some fine Minuto ltciVfeutcrs
and Chronographs, lu heavy . 18-oarat
i(old cases: sonic Beuutlfully JSnnmcled
Wutclidsf lu hunlju'g (casct, Jic Ijulles, -ind
an assortnicU,o? fine
'-' 1 ' t . , iOhM,
Aho a very beautiful' Assortment of
design and make.
irabTho wfioloVconsicnriichtl will-, be
oflercd'at, exceptionally 16w' .prices; to
lear befbro'New Year's' Day "' ' "
587 tr b
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. FOItT 8TJIKET,
Have on hand New Foroign and
Home Mudo Jewelry, .
Watches, Bracelets, JVIeoklets,
Pins, Lookets, Clooks.
And Ornaments of all kinds
feUver and' Gold Plate,
I Elegant Tea Sets-in Solid Silver
k Sujfable for presentation.
NATIVE JEWELRY A SPECIALTY
Repairing and mending in nil
',, , its branches.
liie Sole Agent for Sing's
CELEBRATED EYE PRESERVERS.
A. ILRAB.T, ,
Dealer in Hawaiian Curiosities.
Store in the'HawallaniGaette" bulld-
ing. opposite the Bank.
P?HE OLD CORNER
rut i.. !. . M , i i j. 1 1
'..' i Established, 1858. (
Hart Bros.-, i: ,:. Proprietors.
pered'up'in' first-class 'style at all hdurs
; Open from 2 a. m.,to 10 p. m.
'' i uv. (u.,.!-. cr Also, , . , r . ,
i. '. Ii. . ... iTt ' ,. .
JSil.iV n.f L.,751 Ju'Ci -
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YOU 'HKH OKT TUEiUKST IK TOWN FllOil
WHERE YOU'MEET EVERYBODY..
A Oupof Teasoi: Coffee I
Jh ANUiTlUS.FPfkBT RAJipB, OF ; ' , ,
Havanas, Mauilns, '
H"HJ ?yfi f .''"'S.VjfH'' r
Ullii r .. J. fl..li..
i' i tConpjj Island', etc,, etfc., etc,
KENNEDY & Oo-.
" - ..! : . ) ,7
t. "i'-' , Jobbing and' (Retail ,
07 HOTEL 8TREET,
By every artfvalVf Wifeb! SS. Line
'' BANNED GOODS,1 ,'
and EtandarcTGfooerles'of all kinds by
the Case, which'' vVoffer very low.
Depot of the Wpodlawn Dairy,
RlO,Bon,Nsfl?07. - , . ', . -
, , ' '.','," 'IrigluV Tolpnliorio Np,'240.
' 8ATiaFA(Jrloji GiIauanteed. '
- "' 'II ;D 't .!. t y V i
204' ly t Goodi'dellveredifreeof Charge;
Mr. j. vr yinpLEY,
QPECIALTIES VIOLIN and the OUL
pT'TIVATION of thqVOJCE.
. Pianos Tuned, Repaired and Polished.
Orders received, pnlyiat the Furniture
and Piano Sfore otUTS. Williams, 111
Fort 8treet-Telfephone '78; or :at hiy.
residence. ' Please send orders one day
)$forti the worki roqujred to ha done..
' ' X'cnbioB LOT OK
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OfTor for Solo tho Cargo of tho
LIST OF MERCHANDISE,
Light Express Wagons,
JEx Top Carriages.
STIEAM CIO AIL.
Com. Wood Ciulrs,
Pine Molasses Shocks,
y Rosin, Soap,
Ice Chests, Nos, 2, 3, and 5,
fibbstcrs, lib tns; Beaut, Hlb tns
Hay Cutters, Nos. 1, 2, & 3.
Falr'bank'ft Scales, Nos. 7,8,10 &'li
' Centrifugal Lining,-14 inch;
Comp. Nails, 1J?, 1-14 inch.
Manila Cordage, Assorted:
Galvanized Fence Staples,
JApRS BOILERS, 20 AND- 25 GALLS,;
Slsal Rope, Assorted,
Y. MBTAX. SHBATHIKG-
1(1, 18,B'20, S2, 24 and 20 oz. ;
Hair Mattresses !
Grindstones, Rubber Hose,
Hide Poison Barbed
Wire, Refined Iron,
ANNEALED FENCE WIRE,
Gnlvanized Screws and Washers.
Miook of tlie Kink!
' Published in connection with the
PACIFIC COAST DIRECTORY.
689 Twenty-Fourth St., Oakland,
424 Montgomery St. - San Francisco.
; Frank Du Pree,
"c.TO'lm ' 'Special' Agcnr.-
EX I.ATK ARRIVALS,
75' Barrels, TTresh
245 A. 8. OLEGHORN & CO.
California Eedwood Oomp'y,
Offices, 123 George Street, Edinburgh.
- California Eedwood Co.,
406 California Street, . San Francisco,
Eureka, Trinidad, Humboldt Co., Cal.
THIS'Oompany is prepared to contract
for, cargoes of California Redwood
to bo shipped direct from their mills at
current market prices.
The Corapapy will load ship, sent to
San Francisco or Humbbldt Bay, or will
furnish cargoes, cos, freight and Insur
ance. , FALKNER BELL & CO., Agents.
,07411m Ban Francisco.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron "Worker,
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &c.
Stoves and 'Ranges
of all kinds,
Plumbers' stook' and metals,
House Furnishing Goods,
7? Chandeliers, Lamps, &c.
FOR SALE, a No. 2
Warehoiise Feed Mill
. Grinds frorii 5 to 10 tons per day.
Also, pulleys, .bolts, etc., all iu good
order; an bo run by ateam or horse
power, just tho article for a plantation.
HAY, OATS, CORN, !
Wheat, Bran, Barley, Whole nnd
Ground, Mixed Feed, etc.
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST
SO , L AJNK Co., 84 Fort it,
rplIE Undersigned Proprietor of tho
PUR STEAM CAM FAGMT
AND BAKERY '
desires to infoi in Ills pati on and the pub
lie generally that notwithstanding tho
recent DISASTROUS FIRE, has erected
A NEW FACTORY
On a much more Extensive Scale wlilch
is now in Fuu. OrnnATiON, Hud which
will bo In complete working oidcr by all
Early Arrival of new Machinery and
Tools. Has received per " ALAMEDA"
the Largest and Varied ASBortnunt of
For Christmas Trees; will also have
on hand 100 POUNDS of ihe so much
SCHAUM CONFECT ,
Of his own Manufacture, and a Large
Assortment of His Own Home Made
As ulKo his Delicious; Fresh" ., .
CHOCOLATE CREAMS !
Christmas and New Vear , . .
Fruit, Pound, Spongo, and Jelly Cakot,
Richly ornamented, and is again pre-,
pared to receive orders 'fc' his so' well
known rich and fine flavored
Ornamented in the most Artistjc Btylc..
Of tho Finest Qualities, will be sbltl aV
Fifty Gents per Pound.
With largoly increased facilities, I ani
now prepared again to supply 'my Cub!
tomers with PURE and WHOUEtJOME,
CONFECTIONERY of my own manu
facture ; thanking the Public for their
llbtiral, patronage before .the firoand so
liclting a continuance of tlie same in tlie
THE OLD STA.IVX.
71 Hotel Street. Telephone ,N.o..74;
072 3m , ,
DRY GOODS STORE
King Street, (Near Castle & Cooko's)
P. A. DIAS
.Begs to inform the public, generally
that he has received a choice lot bf ' '
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Ladies' Underwear, Stockings, MuBlimv
Silks, Satins, Kidpioyes, Wprated,
1 Ribbons, Slippers, &c, &c.,' '
albo - ,
CHILDREN'S RESSES h
Stockings', Socks. Shoes, etc:, ''
, and a fine assortment of
Gents and Boys Clothing
Hats, Boots, Shoes, etc.,
A11 of which will bo SOLD CHEAPER,
than any other store in town,,
Fancy Work from Madeira.
OHBISTMAS GIFTS. '
INLAID WORK a beautiful line in
rare woods, such as:
Ladies' Work 'Boxes,
Glove and Handkerchief Boxes,
Paper Cutters &a, Pine Albums,
Jewelry Cases, Cigar Cases,
Chess Boards. A full Ass't of
Horse Hair Panoy Worjc
A fullline of MADEIRA HANDMADE
Embroidery, and Crotohot
Underwalsts, Chemise Tops,
Bed Sets, Pillow Cases,
Baby's Robes, Night Dresses,
Square Round Tidies.
EDGINGS AND IH8ERTI0KB
Baskets and Chairs.
Ladies' and Gents' Gaiters.
M. A. GONSALVES & Co.,
570 lm Hotel street.
Horse Shoeing a specialty
A first-class man being specially engaged
for that work.
Ship and 'Wagon Stork faithfully
attended to. i
Shop on the Esplanade, op. Hopper's.304
MR. CHAB. FURNEAUX will give
free instruction in free, hand out
line drawing at the Y. M. O. A. Hall,.to
Mechanics only, on Saturday Evemlpge,
from 7 to 8 p M. Tho 'course will 'opei
December 8th, and willconsiit of twelve
CRCWLEY & CO.
7.8 King Stroot. ,
IMPORTED and HAWAIIAN
El'ogoni Covoringaand Trimmings.
"OMTON ' "oiid "ClIAitENOK '
Not't6 be Burpiisactt In
Durability, Comfort, 'and Prloe.
Several PALOliETS from00upwardi
Any sizod Houso ftifnlflhbd '
On theinstalliiient Ilan
,, cix bAsy,4terms; i i,,- ,
, .uuiiiuaii.euuiowurjt iiiuunieu tuiu up.
noistoreu, rftstuiiruianu coveroaun uest
tyle ATlLOWESTtRATES. ,i
New '.'.'Stoiey ''.'
Remember : '8! jKing Sjtieot,; .
APUjRE", WHOLESOME, RE-
Accordiug to thphe.3t and best medi
cal testimony. ' j
Manufactory, : : i; No. 13 Liliha St
j P. O. Box,;S70. Telephone, 884
A11 rdera' receive prompt attention.
.siftn juaiiiSh v yhssu '
'-A.H Xjo-w aft tlie JLoveiat !
and don't anybody forget' U?"ni'' f
, We'-sell New Bedford, Rope, ,and any
retailer knows how it will hold out in,
net weight. "" " "
.We.ialso have the inojt varied assort-
SBLTP CHAPTDLERY "
kejVbyany hoiisethlb dideJofithsiRocky
Mountains, sucJks,, , , , u -,. r.t ,
Hemp and Manila-Cor'dage, all alzeHi '
; r Artesian Wel.l)Bqring, popes, ,r ,
Galvanized Marine Hardware, -. ,
Purebojiper 8heath'ing,'i4,fi6 & 18 02
Yellow Metal and Nails, 14 to 28:ox.
Copper Paint ,(Tarf & Wonsin'u)
'Whale'Bbats1, Boat Stocks,' ?U ,-.
'Gal. Boat' Nails, all'kinds;andsizc3, .
And 1001 other things .t,oo numerous'
to mention Also,.agents for " ' '" "'
erf'Biiiyis' Pttito Miller,
Brand ''PiercVs' B6mb Gun8'Yand,
Bomb Lances, &c.f&c.v'' - 1' 'j I , 1 ; ,
. . All of .which wa'yrill soil at the
.' i-'iiiii- T' .1.11",. , .I.,. ;
390 ly A.y!W. Poirce & 'Co.
KEROSENE, OIL ! ":
Ex ":Spdrtan'"and "Henry James.ib
THESE FavorlteOils, equal to, rf'iSot
BuperioTrito any In this Market-v
, ".' ' Fo'r-Salp at Lowest FJatet
Elqr Wjlpleee pf Jtifrlfa ' '' -1 ,:''
Castle & Cooke,
67i3 8m V And Other Dealers
BONE MEAL 2
' Th qnaMtltloH iujHUIt, rn
FOR BALE BY - . .;.. ,,-,,,,,,
, THE0.,H. DAVE$.&(CpV; f
.'Sip'dni; Agents Paclflc,Fertillzing Co.
' ' ' .'.. ;, : ,,.,$ ny
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Ex "paitan '
Best Anthracite Stove Goal
In casks, of about 1200 Pounds, :
FouSalk at Lowest IUtjsbiiv, ,.
m m Oaitie & Co6k. '
't 601 liA i V '.
' j FISHERJ&'J"