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HONOLULU, 11. I., Fill DAY lfiVHLSMNO, 1) :,JJflM Mi! U IS), IHIH).
10 Of NTO vrn MONTH
TWO VIEW3 OP LIFE.
Oh, whntUtlfet A nincn no brief.
WnfunrRoilUUriRiiUli Joy from rlf.
A ruIT, n rIrIi, n lirralti n( Air,
Iturl a Imp Uln to coM iliwpilr.
Anil wlwt nra earthly vronltu ami faro
Dut trcaiirns only In the name,
Anil honor, loro and (named tors
But liotiv Imiltupon tlio iJiorof
Ono licatln j of old ooww'a broutt.
Ami TAnUhed nro tlio tlilivpi lored bast
Death comiw to cl.iim hts stiwRlltig pre;
Hah disappear from earth Tor nyo.
And what In llfet A mUtlnR here
Until vro reach that liaircii an doar."
Kneh duty dono nnoti day aright
OI(M tw it holy calm delight;
Each work begun In fear and lore
Ne.irn a unto our Ood nbovo.
To honor hero ih holy naino
Eliould 1m) our roiI of earthly fame.
Oh, dentil Is not tlio end of all,
For fclneo tlio very first man fall
A hem en Is opened to our eye,
And after death comes puradlio.
liulu Wlntxcr In Brooklyn Eagls.
INGEATE WITH 1I0RNS.
I was traveling ntnong tlio mountains
of east Tennessee, and ono day ubout
noon was casting about Tor a place where
I might get BOinotliing to eat whon my
oye was attracted by a number of bo'rse3
that wcro tied lfcar a ruinous old log
Curiosity and a hopo that I might bo
on tho trail of something to cat drew me
to tho houso. Upon entering tho door
way I found a juHtico of tho peaco hold
ing court. It was a criminal cose, and 1
discovered tho prisoner to bo a long, lank
follow, with a bony face and a complex
ion that proclaimed tho clay eater. 1
fancied that having killed soino one ho"
was now on trial to determine whether
or not ho should bo soni beforo the
grandvjury as a sort of sarcastic prelim
inary -to being hanged, and had bogun
to pity Ins probable wifo aud presuma
ble childien when tho judgo said:
"This hero court, bein' sorter tired,
will now take a recess fur halfer hour.
The court lias sot hero an' chewed new
tobackcr till tho hide is about all took
offen the inside of his mouth, an' I
wanter say that if anybody has got any
tobacker that is a little milder in its
parts, pass a chew of it right up to the
The prisoner took out a twist of to
bacco and handed it to tho judge, where
upon the jurist romarked: "This court
thanks you, Jeems, but at tho samo time
reminds you that the law of this great
land ain't to bo bought for a mess of pot
tage nor a chaw of tobacker. How's yo'
"Sorter wallerin' with tho crab grass
an' rasslin' with tho rag weed. I wpulder
had it all right, but this hero trouble
come on me. When a man is bowed
down in the speret he ain't think-in' of
craps. Ho is a-thinlrin' of tho shamo
that mout fall on him an' take all the
color outen his repurtation."
"Yes, that's a fact, Jeems."
"What is all this about?" I asked,
turning to a long haired fellow that sat
near whoro I stood.
"Wall," ho answered, leaning over and
turning looso a squirt of tobacco extract
that might have singed a cat, "Jeems
Timberly ho shot a sheep an' I reckon
he's in fur it."
"They don't intend to hang him, do
"No, wus'n that. They'll hit him
about fifty l"-'ics with a hickory an'
then make him work n country road
some day when thar's n boss show in the
At this juncture the judgo pounded on
tho table. "Come to order now. Tho
court is about to put on the solemn gyar
ment of tho law of this hero free an'
mighty land, an' if any man so fur fur
gits himself as to interrupt tho proceed
in's ho'll fall under the witherin' dis
pleasure of yourn truly. Now, let's git
at this business, fur this court has other
affairs on hand. This court must go
some timo this ovonin' an' reprimand a
man that pizened his dog. Jeems, as 1
said at the outset of this trial, I never
was more shocked in my life. Pur many
years wo havo know'd you to be reason
ably honest, with generally a" putty good
dab of meat in yo' smoko house, an' wo
kain't seo why yon should havo killed
the Widder Dalton's sheep."
"Yes," spoke up tho widow, who for
the first time I noticed was present, sit
ting in a corner, "an' a finer ram never
blew his breath on a bunch of pennyrilo.
But hero comes Jeems an' Bhoots him,
aniiat, too, when he's got more meat
than 1 have, an' ho knows that I've got
three son-in-laws to feed."
"Jedgo," said Jeems, "if yon will jest
lot mo havo a minit I will fling a good
deal of light on this horo subject I
don't deny a killin' of the sheop"
"Well, then, Jeems, you noenter say
no more. You've stated the very fact
that wo air tryin' to git at, an thar ain't
no use in foolin' along horo no longer.
The court 'lows that it will haf ter sen
tence you, Jeems."
"Not -without givin' mo a hearin', 1
"I don't seo what good u hearin' will
do yon when you luvyo inado that con
fession." 'Wall, jest listen to my talk, an' then
mebby you'll boo. I don't want to take
up yo' time, so that you kain't meet tho
feller that pizoned yo' dog, but I do in
sist on bavin' a hearing,"
"Wall, then, go ahead, bufc cut her
"Jeems" got np, roached back his long
hair and thus addressed tho assembly:
"Ouo cold winter night, whon the snow
como down faster titan you ovor seen
Jhaff como outen a wheat fan, I heard a
bleatin' noise, an' goin' to tho door I
thought tho sound como from tho valloy
not fur from my house. I told my wifo
that I had to go down in tho valley, bo
causo I hoard a lamb cullin' for help,
and let mo say right horo that I may bo
bad in a good many things, but no lamb
ever culled to mo in vain. I thought of
Blmon Peter that was told to food tho
Lord'B sheep thought of it as I stood
thar in tho door with tho snow u-dririn'
past mo into tho house, My wifo said
that I hotter not go out in sieh it night,
'specially as 1 wa'n't feulin vory well;
but I 'lowed that I couldn't bleep with
tho pitiful cry of that lamb ii-ringln' in
my cam; so I took my lantern an' went
down inlo the valley Thn snow v
whlrlln' w fast that I could linidly Tie
wlmr 1 war goin', but at Inst comlii
nearer an' nearer to tho blcnlin' 1 found
a liltlo lamb w 1th hi head stlckin' out of
"I took him out: his legs wcro frozen
stiff as sticks. 1 took him to tho houre
an' warmed him by tho (Ire, got a bottle
of milk nnd fixed it so ho could suck. 1
built up n good flro so ho wouldn't get
cold dnrin tho night, an' ovory timo ho
would bleat I would git up an' fix I1I9
bottle. Tho weather staid cold for 11
long time, an' onco whon tho old cow got
out of the lot and wandered off an' didn't
como up in timo to give milk for tho
lamb I Bearched for heron tho mountain
sido an' way down in tho valloy. It was
lato when I got back homo an' long be
foro I reached tho houso 1 heard tho
lamb a-bleatin'. Ho seemed to bo pow
erful glad when 1 camo in with tho mills,
an' tho thought I read in his eyes was:
'I novor will forgit you.' Wal, to make
n long story short, 1 brought up that
lamb till ho was as fino a sheep as you
over saw, an' in overy look out of his
eyes ho said that ho novcr would forgit
mo. Wo called him Dob an' ho 'penri'd
to like tho niuno.
"Ono day tho next fall Nat Sarschet,
that I owed $5, como over to my house
an' 'lowed that ho must havo tho monuy.
I didn't havo it an' told him so. Just
then Bob, ho como up. Til take this
sheop,' says Nat, au' ho dono it in spito
of all my beggin' an' promisin' that 1
would pay him as soon as I could got tho
money. Last spring I heard that Nat
had sold Bob to tho Widder Dalton. Bo
much for tho first part, an' now for the
second: A day or two ago I was goin'
through tho woods, carryin' a bag of
corn on my back, an' all at ouco ker
bhipl something took tno an' almost
knocked mo lifeless.
"As soon as I could git up I looked
'round, au' thar, not more than ten feet
away, stood Bob, a-shakin' of his head.
'Gracious alive I Bob,' said I, 'don't you
know me? Ho backed a little, an' jest
as 1 expected to see tho look that said ho
was never goin' to forgit mo ho shot at
me an' gave mo a biff that sont me
sprawlin' on tho ground I think ho hit
mo three times boforo I could git up, an'
then he followed mo to tho fonco, a
churnin' me every jump of tho way an'
tickled! Wy, I never saw a ram enjoy
himself so in my lifo. Well, when 1 got
homo I sot down an' thought n long timo
about tho ingratitudo of this life, an'
then I thought I would teach that rascal
a lesson; so I got my gun and went back
down into tho woods. I held tho gun
behind me an' poked about. Putty soon
I saw Bob, an' he saw mo about tho same
time. Hero ho comet i didn't say u
word. Ho was so tickled that ho thought
he'd stop an' laugh a little beforo bifiin'
mo, an' he Btopped an' snorted with de
light, an' jest then I tips with my gun
"I never saw such a surprised sheep
When be saw that 1 was fixed for him
he tried to look lovin', but I lot him have
it right between the eyes. That's my
statement, jedge, an' it shows that I
wa'n't out after meat, but revenge, fur I
didn't even skin the rascal: an' now, if
you want to whip me an' inako mo work
on the county road, all right."
"Jeems," said the judge, "any court
that could have the heart to convict
you oughtor be hung. Widder Dalton,
what have you did with that sheep's
"I've got it at home.''
"Wall, yon go homo an" roast a hin'
quarter of it This court an' Jeems air
goin' to take dinner with you to-morrer. "
M3pio P. Read in New York World.
In tho parlors of the Hamilton club, in
Brooklyn, tho other evening a discussion
arose about tho private libraries in that
city Ono gentleman in tho party made
"I maintain that some of tho largest
private libraries in the country can be
fouud in Brooklyn. In tlio first place,
there is Gordon L. Ford's collection,
which mounts up to GO.00O volumes, and
is particularly noticeablo for tho large
number of books that it contains having
reference to American history and to
political science. Charles L. West has a
splendid miscellaneous library of at least
15,000 books, James A. H. Boll has more
than 10,000 volumes in his collection,
and S. L. Elliott has an equal number.
a majdrity of tho latter being publica
tions on American topics. Mind you,
in giving these estimates. I refer to
books, not to pamphlets."
Small libraries, running from throe to
four thousand books, aro owned by
Thomas G. Shearman, tho Rev, John
W. Cliadwlck, Laurence Kehoo, Mayor
Chapin, Eugono G. Blackford, Daniel
T. Trcadwell, It, R. Bowkor and Gabriel
Harrison. Tho collections of tho last
named gentlemen, in many instances,
aro of books on particular subjects. Mr,
Kehoo, for instance, collects works hav
ing speciul reference to Catholicism, and
Mayor Chapin's hobby is tieatises about
tho earlier history of tho country. Now
Careful of lilt lint.
Going uptown on a horso car one
stormy night I saw a man who wore a
new silk hat, but had no umbrella, a
combination of circumstances wliich, oa
everybody knows, is quite unpleasant.
The man seemed truly alivo to the situa
tion, and hung on the step of tho car as
ho approached his street, having a grim
expression upon his face which fully in
dicated that he was about to adopt dos
perato measures. When his comer was
reached he alighted, took off his hut
turned it upsido down and ran like a
wild steer, no was baldheaded, nnd
looking down tho street yon could see in
tho twilight tho baio houd bobbing up
and down as tho rain pat to tod on its de
vastated crc3t. "Ho thiukH moro of his
hat thau ho does of his health," ro
marked tt passenger, who ulso saw the
bald head skipping down tho stroot, ui.d
ho was right by a largo majority When
tho roan who was bo choice of his hut
gets laid up with tho influenza, uud tho
doctor guts tho grip 011 him, he may
wish that ho had kept his haul covered,
and puid twenty-five cents for having his
hat Irouod. Brooklyn Btuuduid-Uuiuu.
A "NeRlljtrnwi l'e" l.mvyer.
Thnrois a 01111 r lawyer in Ilrooklyn
who has MH'iirwl a very considerable
practice by hunting up negligence twes.
They say in MrookU 11 that 110 person can
receive an injury on any of tho Brook
lyn city railroad'! without having one of
Hits young lawyer's cards thrust at hint
beforo tho doctor gets through dressing
the wounds. Tho lawyer advances nil
tho necessary funds and prosecutes the
case to conclusion, taking a good sharo
of tho verdict for his roward By dint
of long practico he has become thor
oughly familiar with all tho legal loro
pertaining to negligence cases, and when
tho corporation lawyer comes in to de
fend tho case he finds au opponent as
woll voibed us himself in all tho nico
technicalities of procedure in such cases;
who knows all the snags nnd pitfalls of
legal chicanery by means of which liti
gation is often protracted and plaintiffs
tired out when thoy havo a good case.
Tho result is that when these cases are
tried thero is lots of fun all around.
Sometimes tho ponderous corporation
lawyer does not happen to bo personally
acquainted with his young autagouist.
and undertakes to snub him, or bully
him, or pooh-pooh him. Thon tho fun is
very lively, and tho result is that tho
ponderous corporation lawyer learns
that in any contest it is wvll not to un
derrate your opponent. Interview in
Now York Sun.
An American In tlio Mountains of Imllli.
Most Americans aro sitisflud with
Darjeeling. It is one nnlo and a half
stiaight up in the air abovo tho bcu, and
if you could pile soveu towers liko tho
Eiffel, built in Paris, ono on top of the
other, or fasten thirteen Washington
monuments into ono long iron cage and
run an elevator through tho wholo, you
would just about reach this altitude 1
doubt whether thero is n villago in
Switzerland so high as Darjeeling, and
I am certain thero is nothing in tho Alps
to compare with the grandeur of its sur
roundings. The plains of India send up moisture
to tho Himalayas which gives them a
thousand clouds whoro the Alps havo
one, and heio you see clouds of all kinds
and shapes chasing each other over the
hills below you You seo them crawl
ing up, tho steep sides of tho valleys
aud climbing to your very feet, when
they envelop you, and for ten minutes
tho mist is so thick that you cannot seo
the horse on which you are riding. A
moment later the cloud has passed, and
it floats onward toward tho snows above.
Frank G. Carpenter's Letter.
A Doublo Ilcndf il Moicusln.
A party of fishermen returned homo
from tho Cut Off, three miles below Ga
lena, Ills., where they had been angling
since early inorniug "with splendid suc
cess. These paiticular disciples of Wal
ton not only seenred an abundance of
black bnss, salmon, pike nnd sunfish,
but brought back with them tho most
decided curiosity in tho shape of an
oviparous monstrosity over witnessed
in this city. It was no loss than a double
headed snake, pure and indisputable, and
a monster serpent at that, of tho moc
casin variety, its length being little short
of five feet, and its circumfercnco around
tho thickest part of its body eight inches
The f-erpent was killed near tho wa
ter's edge by Capt. Leo Heit, an intrepid
old soldier, who was fiercely attacked by
tho reptile, and would no doubt have
been severely bitten had it not been for
his prowess as a marksman and the ra
pidity with wliich lie drew his revolver
from his pistol pocket and fired a couple
of balls in rapid succession into tho body
of hisdaugeious antagonist. St. Lotus
How I'olltonuis Is Shown.
Politeness is manifested by Courteous
inquiries after the friends aud families
of those whom you meet and in mani
festing a coidial interest in them. It is
Bhowu by devoting a lit tlo spaco in ev
ery letter to "remombrances" for friends.
It is a highly gratifying form of polite
ness to write occasionally to all from
whom you havo recoived kindnesses
which warrant you in so doiug.
It is polite to conform your dross and
(in teason) your habits to tho tastes or
feelings of thoso whose guest or associate
you may be. It is polite and compli
mentary to inquire after any ono of
whose acquaintance your friond may
havo teason to bo proud. It is polito,
when you nro a guest, to endeavor to on
joy yourself and make others do so. It
is polito to those who are assembled in
any place to avoid heated argument and
all noisy remarks or "remarkable" con
duct. Jean Johnson in Jonness-Miller
A llotlischlld Sentenced to Death.
A strange story comes from Bjelina,
in Bosnia A rumor is current among
the peasants of the district that Baron
Albert Rothschild has been sentenced to
death, and that his execution will short
ly take placo unless he succeeds in find
ing a substitute prepared to suffer death
on tho scaffold for a consideration of
1,000,000 florins. The authorities at
Bjelina have for several weoks past been
pestered by applicants prepared to havo
their heads cut off for the benefit of the
Austria!! Croesus. It appears, however,
that tho applicants have formed a syndi
cate, among whom tho million was to
be divided, and that lots were to be
drawn for tho victim. The authorities
have experienced some difficulty in at
tempting to convince tho candidates for
death that the rumor is without founda
tion. Pall Mall Gazette.
I)eirediitluna by Klne.
Otto Plock, of Now York, who has a
residence near Port Jurvis, a few yearn
ago imported a number of wild Russian
I swine for his gamo preserve. Four
I years ago thoy escaiied from tho preserve
1 aud have since been roaming on the
mountains. The other day u party com
posed of members of tho Hartwood Park
association, while hunting in their pro
servo, encountered a hiuuII herd of these
wild swine, and one was Mint which
weighed -00 pounds. The autuials havo
committed great depredations oil tho
funus, Philadelphia Ledger.
i OHM T. WATBUHOUf ,
Importer uud l)cnir t Honcr
trrefmndiso, timt'ii t., Hi nii 1
WlliUimt it CO.,
I) cullers iu l.mnliiir. Paint,
Us, Null.-., Sal', ami lili'Mhm Mutcrluli
il uvur) kind, tor. Fort mul Quoim tt.,
i. N. Castle -J 11. Athuiuiti '. I'. ...! 1
CtASTLlS iM OOUlii'.,
' Shipping .lull Oimmiihsliii
dtrehnuts. liiiiiorters nut Douluis "
cnor.it Mer'.'liaiiiilso, Nit tin King t
lAiwors, F. J. 1-mvioj 0. M. O'uoku
LEWEU3 St OOUKK,
(successors to Luwers & Dickson,.
ImporluiH and DenleiM lu L tuiher imif.i
Kinds ot Building .Huloriulb, Port Mri'oi
tttt$(fldi 1.1111 imgiuua, aiigur nulls, bull
is, uunlure., lion, brass aud loud uisi
gs, machinery of over descrlptioi
Mile to oidei I'm uculur attention p:il
i-liip:. liNi'k 'limiting Job vork eL
tied M slim 1 notice
ii ujHrii-icin v- ..
( ii Ooiumiaston Agmits.
Q. W. nlAO?AllLiLNE & Go
Ml'UUTrC'te AND COMMISSI !
Queen street, tlot olulu. 11
GONSALVES & CO.,
Wholesale Qrocors & Wine Morohantti
Beaver Block, Honolulu.
Brewer a compan,
dBNKItAL MUHCAIIUIjK AND
LIST OF OFYIOKKB.
P. O. Jones, Jr. . . .President & Alance
I. O. Oautku, . . . Trcisuror & Mccretur
Hon.O.R. Bifuior SC Xhix
Atloi ney at Law & Notary Public
U7 Muioluiutritrcet, Honolulu. tf
J" ALFRED MA. OON.
Attot iiej at Law ic Notni y Public
173 42 Merchant Ptiect, Honolulu, ly
LOltEKv A T HUES VOW,
Honolulu, II. I.
Olllce over Bishop's B nik. C40 tf
Will pr.icticc in the lower ' ourts of the
Kingdom as attorney, attend to collect
ing iu all its blanches, renting of houses
ami any other business cuti listed to him.
OUlce: 01 King street; upstairs.
A NATURAL Mineral Water. For
sale only by
W. S. LUCE,
riolo Agent & Importer for tho Ha
walian 1b1;uu1h. 528 tf
Gustav A. Schuman
No. 79 & 81 : : King Street
At W. Wright &. Son's.
Having received a full ttspfirtinent of
Carriage 'dimming Materials from the
Kim, I mil pro immI to execute nil ordert
.villi neatec. and despatch it very rea
oil ilile ate'
G. A SO'IUMAN
Fort Street House,
184. Fort teti-uol.
Is the family hotel of Honolulu. All
tho comforts of home.
Rooms with or without Board.
Board, per week, accoidlng to rooms
810 to 812
Transient, pur day ., 82 00
Single Meals fiO Cents
ItouuiM Iiiire. Iilclit ami Airy, lint
anil (!old UntliN.
II. II. KUUItY,
701 2in Proprietor.
Uutul Hl 1 ilonolulu.
J. II. FJSI1KR, Piop.
Bonul and Lodging, per week, (uu
coidiug to location of loo'ins,.,
810 00 to 812 00
TraiiHlent, per day , a oo
Table Boat d, per week , . , , 7 "oo
Mingle Meals fit)
jtjy- Visitors will find IliU one of hu
lu llm ulty, tho looms being luigu, light
aud ally. Hot and cold water baths,
'THE ONLY PAPER mul hy nl
1 uluHkvn -Tliu JJ.lly Itiilluilu." (0
ccuU per iiiiuith.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Lilo, Flro & Muriuo
Insurance Agents !
Now Kngtand Mutual Lire Ins. Co.,
Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford.
Klre A .Murine.
If SN KIIA.NC18CO, CALtPtMtNIA.
Jan 3 !I0
From and after this dato, 11 Regular
Freight Train will leave Honolulu for
Jloiumlitili and wny Stations, Evkiiy
Day (excepting Sunday), at 10
o'clock A. M.
gjSF Jloienftur no Freight will bo
uu'ohetl for shipment, by Passenger
Trains, except by special arrange
ment. OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.,
W. G. Asiii.ky, Supt.
Honolulu, Deo. J, 1890. 7U0 lm
Pioneer Shirt Factory
104 Fort St, Upstairs.
Tho undersigned betrs to inform tin
ubll? of these Islands that ho in makinc
liit-tw Uy Me'twui-emeiit I
Directions for self-measurement wiP
bo given on application
White Shirts, Ovorsliirts & Night Gowns
V fit guarantco by making a aampU
Bhlrt to every order.
Island order solicited Bell Telophono 410
Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
ICR CREAM PARLORS,
Will ngnin have on hand tlio largest
Mii GitfOB, Poind, Jelly
To suit tho most fastidious taste and
ornamented in F. Horn's well-known
stylo and in groat variety.
Of ondless variety of homo manufac
ture, both plain and fancy.
Richly ornamented and plain. Also,
Fixings for decorating Xnias
Rich Mince Pies,
Of Horn's woll-known good quality.
Also, for bale
MINOJ3 -:- MEAT,
Fancy & Plaii Pastries,
IN 'I'lli: OltBATIIBT VAHIKTY.
Guaranteed to bo of tho richest and
purcfltiitinlity ; sold at tho honest
prico of only
$2 Per Whole G-allon
aflTTlcabo call and convince yonr
self aud oblige.
Proprietor; Hotel slreiit, between
Fort & Ntiiiauu,
74-u BOTH TELEPHONES asm
Carriugu llorm'8 For Bulo !
f 1IAYK for sain at
I Kualoa Ititnch, 8
Young lloiitoii aud
MuritK. (if I lut Iih.I
f4h bleeds, it'cently lno-
ken to Inn in1 Apply mhmi by mall or
' At Kualoa, Juiolatipolo, Oahii.
JJocvmucr ti, Ib'JO 7S0 lm
TO THE LAD1BS !
Or Nan FrnnclHro.
(Propilotor of the Ilcdfcrn House, Mnr
ket Stteet, under Palace Hotel),
Intends to tcinalu lu Ilonolulu for the
next tin oc or four months for the bcuellt
of Ids health, during which time he has
concluded to open a
JISWTAi JLilHXJ I ENT.
Ladles wishing to have their Fall anil
Winter Costumes inailo will do well to
call at once to secure their oidurs.
Hiding Habits, Genuine Tailor-made
Uotunics, Tiavellng Ulsters, Jackets,
all thcLatcst Designs in
Promenade and Evening Costumes.
K5T" His universal lcputation its a
Fitter and Dtessniakcr is too well
known to need any further lccommaud
atlon. lie will guarantee peifectsatls
tiou. Cor. Fort & Hotel Ste.
(Over Temple of Fashion.)
Thoroughbred -:- Wo
Will stnud for a short time at
Greenfield Stables, Kapiolani Park.
Duke Si'UNCnn is a dark bay, 4 years
old; stands 15 J hands high; kind and
By Dnko of Norfolk.
1st dam Lou Spencer by Norfolk
2nd dam Ballerina.. .by imp. Balrownle
aid dam Ilenuie Farrow
by imp. Shamrock
4th dam Ida by imp. IJalshazzar
5th dam Madam Bosley (Gamma's
Cth dam Nancy Nichol. . .by imp. Eaglo
7th dam Bet. Uosley
by Wilkes' Wonder
8th dam by Chanticleer
0th dam by imp. Sterling
10th dam by Clodius
11 th dam by imp. Silvercye
12th dam by imp. Jolly Roger
I3thdatn by Imp. Partner
14th dam by Imp. Monkey
15th dam imp. marc from the stud of
Harrison, of Brandon
EST Best of earn taken with animals.
In ciso of accident no responsibility
will be assumed.
W. II. RIOKAKD,
022 tf Honokaa, Hawaii.
Tho undersigned having been nppointtd
solo agents for tho Hawaiian
For the Celebrated
From tho works of
Burbam, Parry, Williams & Co.,
Are now prcpnred to give estimates and
receive oiders for these engines, of nny
size nuu style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Wohks
aro now inanufactuiing a stylo of Loco
motive partlculaily ndnpted
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of-which have recently been
received at theso Islands, and wo will
have pleasure in furnishing plantation
agents ami managers w itli particulars
Tho superiority of theso Locomotives
over all other makes is not only known
hero but Is aoknowledged throughout
tho United States.
"VVm. G. IIUyiN & Co., Id,
Solo Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
402 d-121 w-ly
Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, ICspla
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
llraitkets, Window Frames, Itllmln,
riatlieu, Doom, and all UlniUof wood.
oiL flnlrtli Turning, Knoll mid Itaud
Hum lug. All kinds of Htnvlng and
mining, Morticing and Tenanting
tr Older promptl) niu-udod to unci
work giminiiU'cd. Oideu fiotii thu
other laluiuU solicited.
Beaver Lunch Saloon,
II. J. NOLTE'S,
Will bo found a line otock of
OK KVKKY KIND.
New Moid Licit Room,
Opoil A.11 JNlKllt !
Having fit'fd up tho upper floor of
our prcmifi- aB first-class lunch
room, wo niu prepared to furnish
meals of tlio tiest thu market nilords;
cooked to suit your tnste. After the
next steamer, December lzth, we
will have constantly on hand Frozen
OysterB, Game, Etc., Etc., in their
aSTEntrance by stop, maukn of
Hoping that you will givo us a
call wo aro respectfully yours.
Watches For All !
ON A WEEKLY PAYMENT OF
WILL C1IVE A
James Boss' FiM Gases.
These Cases are the best in the
market; aro guaranteed to be made
of Two Plates of 14 Carat Gold, with
l'lato Composition botween, and writ
ten guarantee from the factory. Full
Jewelled Waltham Movement, gua
ranteed to keop fine time.
Those "Watches aro .preferable to
gold watches, because the cases are
stiff, and perfectly nafo for the move
ment. gjSF"Ecry member gets his watch
within 15 weeks. Call and seo our
watches. It is a fine opportunity to
get n cheap and fino watch in a
CALICORNIA WATCH CLUB CO.
A. J. SCHIIEIBER, Manager.
Hotel st., under tho "Arlington."
H. f. WICHMAN
If you are thinking of joining n Club,
do not delay, but join now and secure
Monday afternoon, December 1st, the
following drew their Watches:
Oluh 1 Member No. 30.
OLim 2 Member No. 40.
Cluii 8 Member No. 1.
Club 4 Member No. 37.
Gluu 5 Member No. 47.
Club C Member' No. 11.
We Have a Few More Places Open !
EST Parties living outside of Hono
lulu desiring to join one of the Clubs
can make their payments by mail.
WeiT Tueo watches aro cased lu Solid
H Karat Gold, with lino full Jeweled
Waltham Movements, and are war
ranted to bo accurate timo pieces.
II. F. WrOIIMAN, Prop.
J. A. LUCKE1T, Mauager. 77 4t
For YokDlama & HongKons
The Pacific Mall S. S. Co.'g Finest
CH I N A,"
Will sail for tho nboe port on or
BgrFor freight or passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
732 td AgOMtu.
'I l !,
OTIOH Is hereby glon that Leong
Nine, of I hit llrm nf Tnl U',. f
Co., No, as Nuiianu Avenue. Imi sold
all his Interest lu thu nforenald linn 011
the 1Mb day of December. All nut
Handing deliU of ihu afurotald linn will
no rciiH'u uy 1; ij, v. ami, Jr., com-
nu'iiclng from December ICth.
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