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TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 188h.
belli Ehukal fiom Walnhm
Stuir tvlnau tor AVIudwaid puits
Stmr W G Hull for AVIndwiud port
SUnr Pliuitci for Kiui.il
Kchr Balnbow for Koolau
Schr Nettie Morrill foi Laliahia
Stnu Kllaucallou foi Wlmlwnid poits
Stmr Iwalanl for llamakin
Sinn .1 ll)owctt foi Molnl.ul A, Maul
Tern Beulah foi S F
Schr Ehitkal for Wahilita
VESSELS IN PORT.
BUue l)leovciy, Pciiiman
Bgtnc Conuelo, Cousin
Ten Bcuhili, AVilon
Bk Auto.vne, Laino
Bk C O AVhltmoic, Calliouu "
For ICalmlul .mil ICipihulu per stun
l.tkellko, Juno 1 His Eeellenev Hon
Paul Neumann, His Eicellenev 'Gov .1
O Domiiiknndseivant. lIonLMoCullv.
MissDoi.iDowselt, C W Ashfoid, 11 P
Kahauaiiul. J Ncill, J Wilght-, Mr Shcp
pard, M E Slha, and Mis G A' Haw son.
Stmr Kilauca lion sails to-nioiiow
A p in.
The Discovery and Cousuclo aic
lo id lug.
Seln Ehukai will lake the niatcilil
for a In idgo at "Wal ilu i lo-iuoi l o .
The stnn .Tas 1 Dow sett "ails to
nioiiow evening at 5 o'clock foi Molo
kai. Lahiitu and Lm li.
The BoiihU vv 111 tlniMi loidlnsj to-daw
She will ail to-iuoiiow foi S l
The bk Automiic is t ikln,? In lill.it.
She will iil in a day or two for Hum
Any man who would like to go to the
South Sc i Islands and is willing to woik
his parage can hc.u of a cb nice by
calling on Ti. ink Cooke oi C.ipt T.ovcll.
The tnu "Hr II Heed will be con ei ted
into a schooner. Hei michineiy will
all be taken out and hei steam nioti e
power done away with, llcr futuic
i onto is not j et know u.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A'Gr.inrw aiul his wife adveitisc
for a situation.
Tin in: will be music at the Cenlial
Paik skating link this eening.
"Tun Ci attic of Moi monism"
will be found on fnmth page.
A jinuriNO of Excclsioi Lodge will
beheld at 7:30 o'clock this evening.
Tin. machinery of the bteamcr V.
II. Reed m whole or puts is advci
tiscd foi sale.
Foil the past foity bonis thcic has
not been a single auival noted on
Tin: Honolulu Bifles meet foi thcii
usual weekly drill at their Aunoiy at
7:30 o'clock this evening.
Unit Majesty Queen Kapiolaui
starts to-moriow nioining by w ay of
Ewa on n tour round the island.
Jusiicu MoCully left by the Like
like yesteiday to hold a term of the
second Cncuit Couit at AYailuku,
His, Ev. the Attorncy-Oencial left
by the Likeliko j'estcrday afternoon
to attend the second Circuit Couit at
Tim new steamer James I. Dow
sett leaves on her fust tiip to wind
waul to-monow afternoon at 5
o'clock. Jt is probable that Fied
"Wundcnbcig will go in her.
His Majesty the King leaves by
the steamer Planter this afternoon
for a tiip on the island of Kauai,
lie will letuin Sunday morning.
Ari'MC ytions for money outers on
the United Spates per S. S. City of
Sydney w ill be l cceived at the Post
Ofllcc up to 3 o'clock Fuday aftci-
A wiirr.uuiiuow' lace comes off at
tho Yosomitu skating link this even
ing, for which thcie aie four entries.
It will cioalo nn endless amount of
Tm: P. M. S. S. City of Sydney
is duo on Sunday fi om the Colonies
en route to San Francisco, and tho
O, S. S. Matiposa may 1$ looked foi
from 'San Finncisco on tho i allowing
15v tho Alameda Mr. N. S. Sachs,
propiietor of tho popular mlllineiy
bouse, i cceived a laige stock of new
millinery goods in all tho latest
shapes and styles. Call and inspect
Tin: Juno number of tho Friend
comes out promptly on time, and is
up to its usual eccllunt btandanl.
The editors announce that heieaftor
ono page will bo devoted to the
inleiests of education, and will be
edited by Mr. "W. U. Olcson, Piinci
pal of the Boy's School, Hilo, II. I.
Tin: gang of piisoncis woiking on
the Niiuunu, Valley load, after
knocking off hoin woik in the aftci
noon, take a balh in tho slieam n
few yauls above the second biidgo
and ivithin sight of cveiyono passing
on tlio road. Such n prnetlco ought
cnlalnly not to bo allowed in such a
place mid wllhin public view.
Mcisns. W. (J. lMikt'ruid T. P.
Lansing, assignees of the eslulo of
,1. L. Ko30hbcig, will rcecivo bids
up lo Satuulay noon, for the put
chase of ihc entire stock of goods,
as nowin the store, corner of Fort
and Merchant etrccts. They also
lequest all prisons indebted to said
estate to make immediate payment.
Piciunn cord, and gold and silver
wuc, plctuic knobs, hooks, etc.,
also patent books for curtain hang
ing at King Bios.' Ait Store. 35 at
If you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
13 Nuuanukntiect. 980. tf.
Tin: Union Feed have on hand in
addition to their laige and well
selected stock of Hay and Grain,
fine Bice Stiaw for bedding, put up
in convenient si?c bale, and which
they offer at lcasonable prices.
On Sunday morning, at the above
church, Mr! S. I). Fuller, general
secictary of the Y. M. C. A., ad
diesscd the congicgation, the Rev.
A. O. Foibes intcipicting. Mr.
Fuller took for his address tho sub
ject Of the Sabbath school lesson of
that morning Paul's chaigc to
Timothy. He gave sevcial apt and
telling illustrations, and then applied
them to the subject in such a happy
manner that the congicgation was
gicatly pleased and edified. Rev.
Mr. Pali, of Lahaina, next mado a
few lemaiks, dining which His
Majesty the King entcicd the church
and was conducted to the pulpit.
His Majesty made a slioit addiess
to the congicgation, expressing his
giatilication at the successful lcsults
of the Fair, and thanking all those
who had kindly assisted it. He said
ho could not then positively state
what the gioss leccipts would be, as
all the icturns weie not yet in, but
he thought they would amount to
81,500 and peihaps moie. His
Majesty ncs.t piocecded to advise
the church members in legard to
futuic collections. He thought it
would be well not to take up any
moie special collection, or go around
among the community soliciting
donations, asfoimeily, but to post
pone that for a while, lie suggested
the getting up of an entertainment
of some kind eeiy few months, so
that pcoplp could go and have a
pleasant time and get good value for
their 11101103'. His Majesty pioposed
having a grand conceit 111 July or
August, to finthei increase the fund,
and on the 28th of November, Ha
waiian Independence Day, to hae
singing and addiesses in tho chuich
in the morning, and at 12 o'clock a
giand luau (paying) with thiee
tables, one with all kinds of native
food, one for foieigncis and the
other for Chinamen with all their
different styles of eatables. In May,
1886, be pioposed another large fair,
that be hoped would far excel the
one iccently held. His Majesty
finished by saying that one and all
must take hold and finish this
beautiful chuich as soon as possible,
so that it can bo dedicated and set
apait for all time to the woiship of
Almighty God, At the close of the
addiess Mr. Fuller was introduced
to His Majesty and a short conver
sation was held. His Majesty then
ictiicd, the audience standing until
he bad passed out, the choir singing,
Hawaii Ponoi. Quito a number of
the audience came foi w aid and shook
hands w ith Mr. Fuller and expressed
their pleasuic at meeting him. Theie
was a vciy large audience picscnt,
the house being neaily full. A
detachment of the Queen's Own to
the number of fifty, in chnige of
Nahoia Ilipa, weic present dining
the son ices.
LAST NICHT'S CONCERT.
very laige and fashionablo
audience was piesont at the last of
Ihc seiiesof tho Montague-Turner
Concerts last evening at Music Hall.
His Majesty tho King and Her
Royal Highness PiinccssLiliuokalanl
weic present in the Royal Roy.
Tho progianune was a railed and
attiactivo one, and opened with a
selection from Wallace's opera Mari
V.v.u, Mifes Montague w Maiilaun,
and Mr. Turner as Don Ciesar.
Roth artists wcio in excellent voice,
and the pcrfoimancc was a great
success. Mr. Tinner was seen at
his best in this role, it suited him
exactly, and he sung "All the Woild
Ovei " in splendid stylo. Rouquets
of How eis weio freely presented,
applause eame fiom the house, and
it was an aitistic ovation gencially.
The two hingcis loft the stage almost
bulled in llowers. A number of
gentlemen amateurs, with Mr. Rrr
gcr at the piano, next played a
selection in a satisfactory manner.
Mis. Paty was down to sing one of
Millaid's song-, but instead, with
Miss Montague, sang in a chaiming
manner a duct, "Sainted Mother"
by Wallace. Mr. Moiso's lluto solo
was very enjoyable ami played in bis
usual excellent style. Mis. ,1. E.
Wiseman was very enthusiastically
received when she appealed ou the
stage lo sing befoie a Honolulu
audience for llto first time, llcr
number was n very pretty ballad of
PliiMtti's, entitled "Laddlc," to
which she did full justice. llcr
voice is well adapted to ballad sing
ing, her expiessiou i3 good, and
above all she has a clearness of
enunciation worthy of imitation.
She was compelled to respond to an
eucoie. Tho double trio for ladies'
voices wos lemaikably well given.
" Let Mc Like a Soldier Fall" bad
a magnificent rendition by Mr.
Turner, and ho was obliged to repeat
a verse. Instead of a. scene from
Riggolctto down on tho programme,
Miss Montag no gave that touching
song, Katlilc jii Mavouruccn. It w as
sung witli great tenderness of feel
ing, and went direct to the hearts of
the audience. An encore was de
manded but not respouded to. Miss
Cairie Castle gave a cry skilful and
musicianly rendering of two piano
numbers, Skoven by Gado and a
study by llartman. The conceit
concluded with tho Miscrctc scene
from 11 Trovatorc a fine ending to a
very enjoyable conceit. The whole
of the sei ies of concerts have been
much appreciated by our music-loving
HAWAIIAN T.VAMIEI.ICAI. ASSOCIATION.
The tw enly-sccond Annual Meet
ing of the Hawaiian Evangelical
Association was opened this fore
noon at 10 o'clock, in the Kawaia
bao Church. Tho chair was taken
by Rev. J. "Waiamau, moderator,
who called the meeting to order and
opened the pioceedings with prayer.
The 10II was called,, and theie wcro
found to be present:
Revs. J. S. Kalana, S. P. Kaaia,
S. AV. Kckuewa, S. C. Luhiau, S. L.
Desha, G. V. AVaiau, Hawaii.
Revs. A. Pali, J. K. Hihio, J. K.
Joscpa, S. K. Kamakahiki, Maui;
Revs. J. "Waiamau, II. II. Parker,
S. P. K. jNawaa, E. S. Timoteo, J.
Kekahuna, J. N. Paikuli, S. "Wai
waiolc, J. W. Kaapu, Oahu.
Revs. J. B. Ilanaike, S. N. Ka
pabi, J. M. Kealoha, J. II. Mahoe,
Revs. L. Smith, D. D., C. M.
Hyde, D. D., II. Bingham, A. O.
Foibes, D. Kapoli, G. Lcleo, 31cm
Messis. Keliikahi, J. Paakaula, S.
Kaumelclau, Kaanaana, Kaco, of
D. Kapoi, Simcona, Kapa, of
Nalua, Ivia, of Oahu;
J. Paniani, A. Kahananui,
A ballot was taken on the election
of moderator, resulting in favor of
Rev. G. W. AVaiau. On tho ballot
being taken for Secretary, tho Rev.
E. S. Timoteo was le-clected. The
moderator addicsscd the association,
thanking the members for the honor
confeired upon him, and bespeaking
their cordial co-operation in con
ducting the business of the meetings
piomptly and in good oidci.
A committee on ovcrtuies, con
sisting of Rev. J. "Waiamau, A. O.
Foibes and S. Waiwaiole were ap
pointed. The committee after re
tiring and consulting for some time
reported, recommending an order of
business as follows:
1. Sessions opened each day with
a half hour's devotional exercises.
2. Statistical reports from the
3. Annual leports of Islaud as
sociations. -I. Rcpoits on the state of the
5. Annual lepoita of the Treas
urer and C01 responding Secretary of
the Hawaiian Board.
C. Election of olllceis and mem
bers of Hawaiian Board.
7. Annual lcpoit of the Noilh
Pacific Missionary Institute.
8. Obituaiy lcsolntions.
9. Amendments to the Constitu
tion and By-Laws.
10. Considering the question of
pioviding for the cnteitainment of
Pastois and Dclegatcs at annual
11. Piogramine for 188G.
12. The "Week of Piaj-cr and
the 1'iavcr for Schools.
13. Place and time of next an
II. Tho Pew 18 mo. Hawaiian
15. How the woik of the church
may bo best advanced in ticsc Is
lands. Hi. How the foieign work of the
chinch, especially in Micioncsia,
may be cairied on to best advantage.
17. The Pabtor's hand book.
The report was, on motion,
The statistical leports of tho
chinches weie then taken up and
lead by tho respective pastois, those
of chinches whose pastors aic ab
sent being lead by the Societal y.
GAUCHT IN THE ACT.
This noon Ollicor Willian Tell was
on .Smith sttect collecting icnts. On
enlcfmg a house he smelt opium,
and going upstairs discoveied a
Chinaman lying on a bed having a
gloiious smoke. As soon as the
Odlcercnteicd the smoker jumped
up ami was then immediately ar-
tested with all tho pninphcinalta and
taken to tho Station lloueo. Ills
name Is Chung Lock, and ho is
rathsr well-to-do. Ho will piob-ibly
be bailed out this afternoon on a
Mr. Alex. J. Cartwright has just
mode another handsome donation of
books to tho Honolulu Library as
Tho Pi ovlncial l.ettci s of BlaNe Pas
cal. N. Y., 1875, 1 volume.
Thc'lhoutthts and Opiuculcs of Blaise
Pascal, X. "Y., lbTii, t volume.
The C.unpiiia 'l'h nl. Vc, .lean Paul
Itlchtci, Boston. ISO 1, 1 volume.
Last Le ive. Sketches ami Ci IUcImik,
Alex-. Smith, "Cdlnbui rIi, ISO!), 1 volume.
IjUo or i.oru i.awience, u. Uoswottu
Smith. X. Y., 18SJ, 2 volume. (A hook
cveiy Englishman should lead).
Life and Lltonuy RcmliiUceiK.es. TI103
Campbell, London. 1S0-1. 1! volumes.
The Journal of John Woobnan, with
an intioductioii by Jas. G. Whittiei,
Boston, 1S7L 1 volume.
Tim Life of Iloucit E irl of Leieetei ,
Eavoilto of Queen Ellrabcth, Jebh,
London, 1727, 1 volume.
Autolilogiapby of Rev. Di. Alev.
C.ulylc, Minister of Invcrc-k, Boston.
lbGl, 1 volume.
Btogiapbv of Hciuy A. Picico. San
Hawaiian Spectator. Honolulu. 1SJS
A Revised English Bible, the want of
the chuich and the demand of the age,
J. R. Bend, Loudon. 1837.
Nineveh audits Remains, by Austin
lieinyj. ly.iru, London, lb.iU, u volumes.
Xinevcb audits Palaces, by.loseph
Bolivia, London, 1S.V-', 1 volume.
Oieccc Ancient, ami .Modem, Lectin es
UellvcieU ucfoiotlie J.owell Institute. ly
Piesldcut C. C. I'elton. of II 111 v aid.
Boton, 1SG", 2 volume-.
U&s.ijs in Ciltlcisin, Matthew Arnold,
Boton. 1S71, 1 volume.
Tho Voj ago of the "Jcauncttc," the
Ship and Ico Journals of Gooigc W, He
Long, Lieutenant Connuuidcr. U. S.X.,
and comnvinder of tho Polar Expedi
tion of 1879-18SI. Edited by bis wife,
Emms. DcLong, Boston, 1SSII, 2 v olumcs.
For the month of May, 1885 :
The total number of deaths lepoiled
for tho (month of May was J.0, dis-
tiibuted as follows:
Under 1 venr... . !) Trom 30 to10. . . 9
From 1 lb .j 0 From 40 to (iO. . . 5
From 5 to 10 3 Pi 0111 50 to CO. . . 4
From 10 lo 20. . . 0 From CO to 70. . . 3
riom20to30... S Over 70 i"
Mules, 29 Females 17
Havvaiinu 33 Great Blitaiu.... 2
Chinese 9 U.S. America... 1
Portuguese 1 Other nations... 0
cause of Di'.Arn.
Accident 2 Dianluca 1
Asthma 1 rev or 3
Bciiheii 3 llemoiihage.... 1
Consumption.... 8 Ltpto-y t
Convulsions 1 M.uamus 2
Cioup 1 Old Age 3
Dropsy 1 1'ai.UvsIs 1
Disease of Heart fi Tunioi I
Disease of Brain 1 Unknown 2
Number uuittcndul 15
COJtl'AllAIIVE MONTHLY MOIITAM1T:
May 1881 OS Mav 1884 1 1
May 1882 51 May 1885 10
May 18S3 53
Annual death rate per 1000 for month
SICKNESS IN THE SOIIOOLP.
Schools. No. of Stholaii. Sick
Fort Street 1C3 8
Ro3al 310 3
Pohukaina 102 2
St. Alhan's Col. 50 1
bt.LouisCol. ,351 3
Preparntoiy, 100 2
J. II. Bnovvx,
Agent Boaul of Health.
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT.
The election of cnginccia for tho
Honolulu Fiic Depaitmcnt for the
ensuing year took place la-st evening
and created considerable intciest.
For Chief Engineer, John Nott re
ceived 18G votes, Chas B. Wilson
83. First Assistant, M. D. Mon
sairat 107. Second Assistant, Ju
lius Asch 105, M. D. Monsairat 4G,
Robt. Moie 26. Tho following weie
declared elected at the close of the
balloting: Chief Engineer, John
Nott; Fiist Assistant Engineer, M.
D. Monsanatj .Second Assistant
Engineer, Julius Asch.
Tho 1 egular monthly meeting of
the above new company was held at
their armory laBt evening, Capt.
O'Connor piesiding. The constitu
tion and by laws were read, explain
ed and adopted. The picscnt
sticngtb of the company is 1JG, all
told. Regular drill evenings ate
fixed for Monday and Thuisday of
each week. Chuich parade every
.Sunday morning and evening.
Ed. Simons and John Jackson
foi foiled bail of $G each for ill iiiiken
ncss, and loane S 10 for tho bame
offense. Joo Moian -vtaa sent over
tho icef for foity-eight lioiufe for
disorderly conduct, l'ua and Ma-
nuia were chaiged with assault and
battery on Atong. Manilla was
fined S10 and l'ua $5 with costs,
$2.25 each. Ah Choy, Ah Fat, Ah
Kit and Ching Chong were icm.indcd
until the 81 d on a chaigc of gaming.
An Astoria, Oiegon, despatch ic
poitu a sliiko among halinon fisher
men. Non-union lisheunen's boats
liavo been overhauled by thestrikcis
and the llsh thiown into tho liver.
Seven ni rests have been made. A
pioccssion of 900 fisheimon has been
foiined to march on tho jail and ic
Icaso tho prisonci s. Tho Slici ilf and
nn armed pos3e arc guarding the jail.
THE BABY OF THE FUTURE.
A in i
How doth the little buy bee
linprovi1 each "lilnln hour,
And gather honey all tho day
Prom eveij opening llowerl
How does tho little ben do this?
"Why. by an Impulse blind.
Ceae, then, to praUo good work of isueu
An automatic kind.
Let dons delight to baik and bite.
For JiiMvcii hath inado them o;
Let Ih'his and lions giowl and light,
Foi 'tis their naluip to.
Baby ti amenity).
Indeed? A hiatal nature, then,
Excuse hiatal vvaj.
Unthinking glil! you little know
The piolileins tliat jou lal'e.
But. chlldi eti, 5011 should ncvei lot
Your angry passions ile;
Your little hands weic never made
To tear each olhei 'r cj cs.
Xot "mtdo" lolrai.' Well, what
Xo 11101 e, at (list, were claws.
All comes by ad iplatiou, fool !
Xo need of Fin il Cause.
And if we u-e the hands to tear,
Iut as thu note to smell,
E10 manv iges have gone by
'lhev'lt do it veiy well.
Tom, Tom, the PipeiS on,
Stole a pig, and away lie 11111.
Baby (; eft otith fully) .
Come, come! Avv.av ho "urn'1 !
Gianuuar condemns what jou'vo jut
Should we not irad, "The Plpci's man
Stole a pig, and aw ay he ' lan?' '
On tho lice-top;
When the wind blows
'lhe ciadle will lock.
When the boucb bieaks
The cindlo will fall;
Dow 11 w ill come baby,
Ciadle and all.
This, but a ti 11th
So familial, jou bee,
Ashudly to need
lllusliation in mc.
Twinkle, twinkle, little stir!
How 1 wondei what v 011 aic!
Do von icallv wonder, Jane?
Anil to me all cenis so plain!
Go down vt.ih-, my gill, and Hurt
Books w hei ew ith to iiiipi ov e our mind ;
And if lieivenly bodies then
Still lciiiiln he) oud jom ken.
You had hettci go and av
Good Piofcs-oi Pu.1ll.1x.
r.ithci gone a-huntiiig,
All to get a 1 .dibit's skin
To wi.ip tbeb iby-bunting In.
Baby (sit ml)).
the ciucl sport of hiintiiig
To 1u01.1l sense is Munting;
And sine )ii) i"s objection
To ii-eful vivisection
Convicts liini, as it seems to me,
Of signal inconsistency,
I limit, with thanks, decline the skin
For wrapping b iby-bunting in.
Puts Arm sc lo bcil. Scene Closes."
rriHE plnco to buy .1. W. Hinglej's
A. Celebrated Cigais. The Urysuil
Soda Works will be a depot for theso
hue Cigars, wholes do and retail.
rpHE STORE ntcly oc(ii)iert by
X Sinuiel Xott, in Campbell's Block,
on Fort Street. Applv to
L. A. TlIUBbTON,
or 11. F. Dnu.NdUAM.
Honolulu, Apiil 1, ISS'j. 085 tf
THAT veiy desirable and convenient
Faiiilv Bcsidence on Berctnnla
Street, until lately occupied by F. b.
Pratt, Eq , coinplote with outhouses,
stables, g irikns anil pistuie. Also, the
premises ociupiul at present as a Iaw
Ofllco by John Kubtcll, Eiq , centrally
located near tho corner of Fort and
Merchant blieett. Foi particulars, ap.
ply either b lettei 01 otliuwibo to
DH. STANUENATALD, Merchant St.
The above celebrated
Miilllon OLN. HAN
COOK will U-ind for
the scisou, at Captain
CbmevV, corner Queen
and Punehhov.l Streets. Charges, $40.
For pctliKie'u and Iiuther particuhirs,
apply lo ("AIT. CLUNEY.
AlfWA. J. 1'. BOWEN, Into of Now
ItX York, his opened an Art Necdlo
Woik and DicfHiutikl:!'-; establishment
over Frank OciU'h boot and shoo store,
No. Wi I'nrt StrcM. Kenviugton. Arra.
sine, CheniUouud ltlbhon wmkuPlastlo
Clay ami ICensint'toii Painting taught.
Stamping and ilosignlnu done in the
best manner at reasonable rates 29 2w
WE thu undersigned am prepared
to furnish household servants,
collect bills, aud do Anylii-Chlneso in.
terpicllng and a gcneial agency busl
uebs. Chin gci moderate,
bOYONG & AHITIART,
30 6111 18 Nuiuuu tit.
' -zl& - ?i
HAVING obtained the services of a
flnst-clais Piano Inner, wo wish
to Inform lliu public that wo nro able to
Tune and Hcimlr Pianos at Miort nollrc.
All orders left with us will ho promptly
attcudul to, and all work warranted
10.12 ly WEST, DOW & CO
Tlie Matchless MElalMislt
Bast Made Has no Equal.
Oivo it ono trial on TarniBhod Hotals
and bo Convinced.
It Is a vcgctablo polish and warranted
freo from Acids, Poisons or Gritty sub.
stances, and 1b superior to anything of
tho kind heretofore offered toiho public
for cleaning and polishing Metal Signs,
Hailluirs, Snow Cases, Harness Mount,
ings, Band Instruments Brass or Metal
Lamps, Faucets, Stair Hods, Locomotive
Headlights, Gun Barrels, Brass, Coppei,
Silverware, Nickel, Tinware, Zinc, Steel,
AND ALL METALS.
It Is especially adapted to Marine,
llilboul, Statiouar and Flic Engine
Works (hot or cold), and being fnc
from acids or gtit, will not inline
journals, bearings, tho black lettering
on metal signs, harness leatlicr,or scratch
the finest polished surface.
The cleanest and best Polish foi
L ulks to use for Household and KIu.li
en use. It is put up neatly and conveni
entlyto suit all, in 4, 8 aiul 10 07 , and
live pound bo.xc?, and every bo guaran
I'rlt'OH, Sr.o. BOo. TBo A: I.
Aside from its iineim died 'polishing
qualities, its btrongest claim on tho pub
be favor rests in it-, absolute puilty and
cleanliness, being a clein, creamy paste,
easily and conveniently applied. For
S de only at
l'AUIl 1U I1AKUVVAK1J UU.
Cill and get Sample Uo.
Lai. J. Oaiitv, Solo Agent for Hawai
ian Island. 13
Having purchased the above
kstate from the Asjikiiccs, 111-
jj eluding the
I book uiursi:.
All persons owing monev to the I
late Bankmpt Estate aie le-
quested to pay the bame i om 11-
at the Hawaiian Bazar, and bis I
sifniatuie will be a full and sufli-l
C. E. "WILLIAMS.
Honolulu, May 20, 1885.
The Only Paper in California
that Advocates Hawaiian
A Splendid Advertising Medium
For Hawaiian Business Men desirous of
founing trade connections
on the Co ist,
All Hawaiian papers Kept 011 file and
full information piveu concerning
Entiiiitcd to the Proprietor will ho
promptly and caret y executed,
and io COMMI8SIOX ilAitoiiu
TEKMS Three Dollars per annum;
j.1.75 for six months.
Charles It. Bucklaiul,
Editor and Proprictoi.
OFIT01J 323 Front Stieet. Post-Oflico
Uox, 2300, Ban Fiancleco, Callfornhi.
sTlk CULTURE i
My Hook of Inst! notion,
"SILK AND THE SILK WORM,"
Gives all accessary Information,
I'llre, Tvvcntj-l'lvo Critttt per ropj.
Silk Worm Egg?, Hcols, Tree?, Cut.
tings, Seeds, Ac., for sale at the very
lowest market rates.
ThormomoUjr SmTtaromclcr Conil1'
For lies of Silk Itaisel? fr"
only 15 ccntt.
I will liu pleased to give
to correspondents wlto appi.
inclosing two-cent fetamp for rupit,
Nacrlmen Iloxrn of Cocoon JL Ilccl
pil Hlllt, X.1 VntH.)
Nouo but articles of the first quality hold
Address all communications to
Miss Nollie Lincoln Rosslter,
Practical Silk Culturlst,
New LUhon, Burliiigton Co,
014 NKW JEU8EY.
HAW AHAN BAZAR
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