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Vol. XIV. No. 2748.
HONOLULU, II. L, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER UO, 1800.
80 OENTtt PER MONTH
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- A SONG OF FLEETING TIME.
Wlii-n lovo win rich ivnd youiiR, my dear,
And nil the world wns fair,
Wlmt. musli; beautiful and clear
Motif Biuunicr In the air
Tie rotes bltishoil nround jmir door,
Tlio BiniBhlnotfymblod o'er Jour floor t
And blessed you unaware
From dawn till uto, from fall till spring
Life offered you each royal thins.
Yes, you, who did not cure
When lore m rich and young, my dear.
And all the world was fair.
When lov'o'Waa rich nnd young, my dear,
And nil tho world wns fair,
It was a heavenly thing to hear
Your laughter 11bss the air
To noto j our dilnty ways, and mark
Your ryes innUo Htarllght of the dark,
To know that everywhere
Men's hearts went with you, every one.
Like Aztecs following tho sun
Whoto fleeting left heaven laro
When love was rich and young, my dear.
And oil the world was fair.
Now lovo I poor and old, my dear.
And all the w orld grows gray,
Thero M no music left to chcor
Tho curfew tlmo of day.
About j our lonely door see
Tho i-hndows falling illntly,
Ulco brown leaver from tho Spray;
Down are tho ro3 aud the light.
Gay hearts havo lilddou you good night
And gono upon their way.
Now lo e is poor and old, my dear,
And all the world grown gray.
Now love Is poor and old, my dear.
And all tho world grans gray.
Ilenrt breaking Is It but to hear
Tho laughter onco so gay
To mnrk j our faded charms and know
Tho rose has litid Its time to blow,
And Joy to pass owny.
One thing, ouoonly, of tha post
Ahldcth with you to tha last.
Your poet's song still holds j ou fast
And keeps you fair nlway(
Now loe Is poor and old, my dear.
And nil tho world grows gray.
-Elvira S. Miller In Louisville Courier-Journal
THE MAD LOCOMOTIVE.
"A story of railroad adventure, eh?"
"If you please," I nnswored the vet
eran engineer, as wo eat in the cool
ehude to tbo cust of a big Providence
ronndhoase. I may say that Potcr
Hank,, tho narrator of this exciting inci
dent, is well lcnown by tno and esteemed
as a man of trnth by everybody who
"I nover had but ono son. All my
boys were girls. But when littlo Burn
sido was born I toll you wo wero happy.
Yet I never supposed that chap would
save lny own life and lots of other, peo
ple's. That's just what ho did, how
over. You know I always run tho ex
press: Wo got a big engine some years
ago on tho road. She woighs more than
any machine wo over used bofore. 1
never liked hor when I saw her in tho
shop, that giantess, No. G13. Sho nover
had any namo. And that machino nover
liked me. All because of this." The
engineer took his pipe from his mouth
to look mo squarely in iho oyo. "I was
in tho shop one afternoon just to look
her over. That's when thoy wero paint
ing hor up. Tho painters and varnish
ers wero crawling nil over her.
"Of courso sho wasn't fired up. An
other engineer and I just wero walking
round her hrgo body. I said: 'Jake,
that critter will heat the first trip, and a
hot bos-GQ-her will 'mean lots of work.
I hopo I may never bo asked to run her.'
Well, sir, believe it or not, I Imow she
heard it and was mad. When I climbed
into her cab, j .st to look at her there, 1
naturally enough took hold of hor re-
verso lever. She throw that lover over,
sir, quicker'n lightning, and caught my
leg jnst under tho Jcnee, taking out a bite
as big ns a walnut. My! How sho pained
mo! It was weeks before my stiff leg
was till right."
Then ho resnmed his pipo while that
soaked into me.
"Now, you newspaper mon do not
tako any stock in such things, I know.
But no railroad man would say I was a
fool if 1 thought hard of tho machine.
And all railroad men havo seen engines
act just as if thoy had spirits in them.
Thero uin't an engine on our road or any
othur which will work as well for one
-- man as sho will for another. Every en
gino has her favorites, for whom she will
do anything, and her enemies, to whom
sho acts like a sho demon,"
A fact, by tho way, which tho writer
has einco verified on considerable inquiry
among locomotive engineers.
"Well, fcir, if you "believe mo.that Ko.
04!) hadn't been out o' shop a week be
fore tho master mechanic sent for me
ono night to tako her. I roraembor 1
was eating suppor. It was my two days'
lay off. Littlo Burnsido was sitting in
his chair besido me. Ho was just 8 years
old the Thursday before. It was a very
hot August night. I was asked to put
tho big engine through for a special.
Thoro was a party of big fellows from
Woslungton who wero returning from
tlto White Mountains. 1 was to drlvo
'em down to Wickford Junction for
" 'God help mo, SuBiol' I said to tny
wife, pushing back my chair. 'I don't"
know why, but I'd rather be killed by a
pistol shot hero ut homo titan to go,'
" 'You foolish follow!' sho replied
'Wltut alls youV
"'I don't' know, 1 Biiid. 'But that
machino hain't been run a dozen times.
Besides she hates, me. This is to be h
show oil run, lilto lightning, nnd I know
shu'll kill us all,'
"My wifo sho just ro&o up then. Be
ing u good Christian church uciubor iu
I uin't, (tho uxplodod on me,
" 'I'oto, I'm iuthumed of youl You're
tho best runner on tho road, and thin U
mi honor. Do you wont to got dis
charged nnd lobo our daily bread Qod
will tako cure o' my liutUmd. HunI
It' it hot nlidit, mul you'll hu hack by
II (Moult. Tnku tlm buy llu' nlway
wnntal it night I il.'
"That i;ot mu, I Jtut riwi ii. H)n
nut oil tho hoy' lllllu nip mul kiivii nic
iiln uout, mul I went off, liililnif (lit hoy
1 rumumlw liow liu luuylioil. Ji'iiiiJid
lilui niwtliu rulli in Him ilurU ynnl uii
piy lioi)iiii'( mul liu Lunt puilliia my
flli.ull Ul(t JlMlUf mu ill) J liouaM llllll
lut'( lluushof No Mltf. Ilfivv proud hx
rjr up iImtihhi niy iy buiwwm iuy )ey
"iVulli nuuin. Mwiimiwl l'o, ruli
hlmj fruJl llllllvll ('II III' quwU,
"WmJjIm vmuiml n u uuupM on mil
im ytyl while. W iliyw eur J'iiII-
hot nnd dark. Wo had tho right of way,
hut wero to approach Wickford cautions,
for thoro wo should find tho regular Now
York express, which wo should ovortake.
No. G18 workexl stiff, as 1 know she
would, but she was bo big that when sho
got started nothing could trouble her
much, and sho just tossod tho load along
as light ns n feather.
"I noticed that tho throttlo valvo
worked hard when I had to shut off steam
onco or twieo slowing through a station.
Still I could jerk her iu and out well
enough with ono hand. An ugly throttlo
is a terrible tiling, sir, though. For, you
see. a man can't bo suro. Suppose you
couldn't Bhnt off. Supposo your throttlo
got stuck, full head on, going at fifty
miles an hour, tiud you a-coming into a
station) for insUinco, oven if thoro was
nothing standing thero, I tell you, you'd
feel about (is the Vlmighty would if tho
earth got loose nnd ho couldn't stop her."
Then Hank puffed smokeless whiffs.
"Well, again," ho resumed presently.
Tho excitemont of his own memory had
brought tho sweat drops to his forehead;
his pipe had gone out tho third timo.
"That throttle valve did Btick on mo!
That's just what did happen. Wo were,
I calculated, about eight miles from
Wickford. Somehow, though, there
wasn't auy station to slow mo up, yet 1
had a feeling, nn awful feeling, too, that
I could not if I would shut hor off.
Pshaw I' I said to myself, and I played
with tho boy's curly head with my right
hand. But my loft hand kept pressing
and trying that throttle harder and
harder. I couldn't stir her! I reached
ovor and put my right hand on tho
lover. I could not rnovo hor! I got off'
my box, I seemed to bo in n perfect
frenzy. I sprang at tho valvo with both
bauds and all my weight. Sho didn't
move a hair! And the way wo were kit
ing! Probably wo wero flying ovor fifty
miles an hour. 1 yelled at tho fireman:
"Ho knew it all in a second, and tum
bled in from tho tendor to put both his
hands besido mine.
'Now!' I shouted.
"Wo throw our weight against it. But
that old beast just shook herself and
jumped and jumped, as much as to say,
'You can'Fshut off my wind!'
" 'Petel' cried tho fireman, 'thero's the
Wickford on tho switch! We've only
two miles moro to livo!'
"Then we struggled like two mad
bulls. Wo pulled. Then wo shoved.
Wo planted our feet and pulled and
shoved. Wo had no air brakes in them
days. But if wo had, I vow I b'liovo to
havo put 'em on would havo knocked
out tho cylinder heads or broke a driving
rod, and sent us all to eternity.
"All this while thero sat my pretty
bo j. as calm, as" laughing, because ho
thought this was all play. But 1 know
wo'd all got to die, and I caught up the
boy. 1 held him, kissing him. It all
took but a moment. There, less'n n
mile ahead, stood tho rear of the 'New
York' on our track at tho station. 1
could see her red light Yon better
blievo I forgot all about the big men
behind. I was thinking, should I throw
out my boy into the darkness?
" 'Papa,' said Burnsido, 'what makes
you look so?
" 'Because, boy, we can't stop tho
engine. We're all going to bo killed in
a minute, unless if toss you out thero.'
" 'No, papa, said ho, reaching out his
pretty hand. 'Let me try it.
"Well, I did. 1 don't know why. I
was holding him, you understand. And
sir, tho moment that child'sjiand struck
that throttle valve, sho shut off as easy
as drawing your breath!"
Tho engineer said Uo actually tumbled
over on his scat as if he had seen a mir
acle. Tho train slowed up in answer to
tho brake whistle, and stopped just in
front of tho station. The matter may
or may not have had any miraculous
element. Tho good mother urged tho
boy's going. The behavior of the metal,
ono moment binding by heat or other
expansion, the next moment releasing
itself helped by,iho tremendous steam
pressure in tho dome, is ono of tho many
well known curiosities of metal action.
"Would you really have thrown that
boy from tho cab if she had not stopped?"
"Certainly. . It would havo been the
only chanco of saving his lifo. i should
have chosen a bunch of green, growing
brush and landed him safely up against
the bonding branches. Then I Bhould
havo jumped myself. Wo always jump
when wo can do no more good hero.
My fireman has threo times saved his
lifo so. I have onco, of which I'll toll
you some day. Good-by. Here's my
machino, just out of tho yard." Rev.
Emory J. Hayues in Now York Lodger.
Surilou'i Lucky Step.
Viutorieu Sardou, popularly called tho
"journalist playwright," vuxa born in
Paris on tho 1$ pf September, 1831. His
ftttherwasn teacher nnd the author of
elementary -tozt boohs. Little succosa
met his efforts, and their early days
wero days of privation and hurdship.
Just ovor thirty years ago, on n choor
le&a wet night, ho Bought shelter from
tho storm in a doorway iu tho neighbor
hood of tho Medical School of Purls.
Feeling utterly wretched And with
thoughts of Btiicldo flouting through his
mind, ho moved away from the door
way which had afforded shelter to him.
A water currier immediately took hid
place, audibly remarking!
"Alt, my friend, you do not know
when you nro well off,"
IIo hnd (scarcely tijturod tho word
when ii block of grnulto foil fiom tho
building mid killed liliu, Knrdou look
his tkllvuniiico from death iui good
omt'il mul net lo wuik with removed
ihtk)'. ami Is today tho forcjnm.t nnd
i ic)ut of living jiIh)-writf IiU, Mini 1 1 nn
Ut of (liu u.ndtiiuy,-,4jiiloi) Tlt-UIU.
hily (nnofiilly iiihbliig Miu pratty
ytuuill HVIM (114 lUIVf H( HIMIflf!
Mr roiiMulMtt, ilu tliiiwi urum mw
r. yoliMulMMi do jliiiwi ifruiuxi imwrtfrr
Wr. VoiiiikIm (flmiuu 0 VitMf
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I MMI lljfPtV
rtMuy- ww un raw m .nil m
Huh )( imit MMI Hwm.-
It hns been calculated that thero nro
about 200,000 families living in London
on about 1 a week.
Official figures show that thero nro cut
every year iii Aroostook county, Mo.,
100,000,000 feet of lumber.
Two of tho albums sent to tho inter
national exhibition of stamps at Vieuna
are insured for $12,000 nnd $15,000.
There nro twenty-seven states with
over ono million population each. At
tho previous census there wero nineteen.
A chair 120 years old is in use in nn
office in Spring City, Pa., nnd is Enid to
bo just as good ns tho day it was bought.
It is staled on good authority that the
factories of England, Franco, Germany
nnd Holland produce about 77,000,000
The Italian clergy, unliko thoso oi
France, aud Tor tho most part of Eng
land also, havo nover made nny objec
tion to cremation.
Germany sent to tho United States in
1880 beet sugar to tho value of $10,000,
000. Two years ugo tho amount was less
than a million nnd a half.
An Englishman has purchased a por
tion of Mount Olympus iu order to pre
vent its desecration by it firm which hnd
begun to erect n hotel upon it.
A new stenogrnphic machino in use by
the Italian parliament is capable of re
cording 250 words a niinnto. and can be
readily manipulated by a blind person.
Says au eminent physician: So long as
men uncover their heads in theatres,
halls, etc., just to longTSHtnrrh will be n
national ailment nnd men suffer neural
gia and bronchial affections.
Blackening tho noso and cheeks under
tho eyes has been found an effectual pie
ventivo of snow blindness or tho in
jurious effect of tho glaro from illumi
nated snow to eyes unaccustomed to it.
Wembley paik, about twenty minutes'
ride fioni the center of London, has been
selected as tho site for, the now tower
Which is to be built in imitation of tho
great work of tho French architect
Strawberry farming pays in England.
Fiom a single strawberry farm at
Orpinston the proprietor got 500 tons of
fruit, an amount which, at four cents a
pound, represents a roturn over of moie
THE GENTLER SEX.
Mme. Mancini, of navre, Franco, is
tho largest dealer in wild animals in the
Miss Helen Furniss, of Cheyenne, Wy.
T., is tho first lieutenant of tho only feni
inino company of regular state militia
in tho United States.
Mme. Laurin, ono of the last of the
vivandieres, has received tho French
government gold medal in consideration
of her long and arduous services in field,
in camp and on the march.
Mrs. Miller, the wifo of the governor
of North Dakota, was onco a compositor
in a newspaper office, and it was while
working at tho enso that sho mot the
man who becamo her husband.
Mrs. William H. Vanderbilt intends
to erect in New York city, at a cost of
$250,000, (i "People b Palace," somewhat
after the plan described by Mr. Walter
Besaut in "All Soits nnd Conditions of
Miss Lillian Blanche Fearing, whose
magazine articles and poems nro wtdl
known, is entirely blind. Sho is n grad
uate of tho Union Collego of Law, in
Chicago, and hns been admitted to the
Mrs. Robccca Fishery of Council
Bluffs, In., who has becomo tho wifo of
Francis Murphy, thetemperanro apostle,
is described as "a most charming wom
an, decidedly hnndbomo. a. triflo above
medium height and a brunette."
Mrs. Colt, widow of tho inventor of
the revolver, has soverul millions of
money and lives in tho lmndsomost resi
dence iu Hartford, Conn. Sho has out
of her own lesouices erected a hand
some Episcopal chuich near her homo.
Mis. Mary Davidson, of Junction
City, Kan., is ono of tho most successful
silk cultuiibts iu America. She herself
was self taught to n great degreo, but
sho has written an oxcollcnt practical
manual for tho assistance of other
Mrs, Mary Cleary Dunereux is not
only pwisident oi tho New York Screw
manufactory, hut a practical working
mechanic, who inspects all tho output of
l)r establishment, nnd who can turn
out first clats cabinet screws, gun
screws, wntch screws and machino
BITS OF SCIENCE.
The explanation of tho peculiar dens
ity of thunder clouds in Raid to liu lu
the fact that tho vapor is partially con
donbed "Into drops by tho electrical no
tion. A new tiro, for bicycle and light
wagon wheels, Is made of spring steel
nnd is hollow. It is highly spoken of in
England, and l considered pruforabhi to
tbo rubber tire,
A cork lopo in the latest Invention. It
1b inudu of btniill corks placed end to
end, nnd tho wholo covet rd with a braid
ing of cotton I vvluei over thii iu n coulter
braiding In heavy Mrainln,
The wlru to hu um.i1 for tlm telephone
between J'iHa mid Loudon In uitclu of
brnnyH. It is eittliimtod that thu French
BlllireOf thO (Ufld'IIWt of txduhllflitiitf tin
Hi phono will li about $150,000,
After h Niruof vury em uf ill niwrl
niiiiU I'lofetxHir Colin, of Hrwhin, lm
found that tlm limiting of iump liny to
U)iiik.'inlurt Kii!Jl(iiut to Mltipo )oii'
tJiiicoiH iu)iiiliiiiioii b dim to n fungiu
Tin- lii'itt Hixlii) f?om I liu ll(lil of 11
IMIy U only I wr cul of nnmml
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IiiuiinohmJ Ii jtultJutf llii lh In utypii
hm ulnjlMiilmi iu uii "iij)uflirM ol
OUN T. WATKBHOD8B,
Importer and Dealer In Genera
ii rcUiliulise, Queen st., Honolulu 1
WHjDBH to OO , fl ,
Dealers lu Lumber, Paints,
Ills, Nails, Sul', and Building' Materials
it overy klud, cor. Foil -inil yilei'ii ts.,
i. N. Onstlo -.1 D. Atli in Xi, I. dn)
pASTliB St OOOKIi,
V Ijhlpuihfi mill LWiiIiAyhioi
tfircliantB, I m nor ton. uud'DenictsI'
eneral Mer!uu.itmu, No HO Kiifp t
JUinors, F. J.lOwioy
T BWEBa A OOOKK. '
I I fi.,tnAM.H..i In 1.iiw.i.u V IwiL-.j...
importers and Dealers in Lumber tituUr,
Kinds ot Building Materials, Foil slfbU
Honolulu ittoN wokka
JBleam engines, oUgamiilWJbilit-,
s .oolurb. Iron, brass ami lcuutsust-'
rigs; muciunor) ol ever Mescrfpuo)'
wdo to urdc: t'nrliculiir auetiliou pal.;
o ship', hltiuk atniihiug Job Work ujk
' atud at dhort uollt.c
II.VOltU,Jb21-.l Al Co.
H"inl tiouiralMiou AijonU.
a. W.;mwaHl"&nV& Co.
Ml'OHTKKS AN li CJOMMlHSlOr-
Queen street, - Hotoluln.lt I
GONSA.LV ES & CO.,
Wholesale Grocors & Wine Morchant-i
Beaver Block, Honolulu.
OBBEWBB St COMPANY,
dKNBUAI. Mkik.antilb and
UBT OF OFFinitHB:
P.O. Jones, Jr.
J. O. CAiiTEn .
. .President & ManHget
..Treasurer & Secrotan
Hon-O.R. Bisnoi- 8 O Aixsn
Attorney ut Law & Notary Public
U7. Merchant Street, Honolulu., tf
ALFRED' MAQOONT, , .
Attorney at Law & NotaryTablto
173 42 Merchant' street, Honolulu, ly
LOKBIN A. THiny-TON,
A-fctofkiey-fif - JL-lrfw
HONOLtrLc, n. I.
Office ovor Bishop's Bank.
Will practice in the lower fourta of the
Kingdom as attorneyT attend to collect
ing lu all its branches, reutingof houses
and any other business entrusted to hitn.
01 King street; upstairs.
NATURAL Mineral Water.
sulo only by
W. S. LUCE,
riole Agent & Importer for tho Ha
waiian Islands. 528 tJ
" Carriage Trimmer.
79 & 81 : : King Street
At V. Wright & Son's.
Having received a full assortment of
Carnage Trimming Muteriulu from the
Bust, I um proo trod to execute all ordcrt
with ncattie3i and despatch at very rea
Nr 7 't()-t
Fort Street House,
1S4 Port Htroet,
In the family hotel of Honolulu. All
the comforts of home.
Rooms with or without Board.
Ilonrd. per week, at-eonllng lo roonii
810 to 812
TroiiHlent, iionhiy 9'i 00
Single MenU ,,....50 Ceiitu
Itomiiit ljnrai, lilulit unit ln-. lint
unit Culil Until.
II. II. UttltltY.
lloM'l hi i Honolulu.
J II, I'ISIIKU, 1'iop.
llonl hiiU Lnilglng. pur wrtik, (an.
I'onnut; io loi'wiino oi mourn,,.
..,.., 810 l0 lo tin (Ml
Tnunlt'iil, pur tin)', mi mum 'i 00
'lalilo IIouhI, iinrwfi'U.i,.!.,.... 7 IKJ
irjrVUIliirittJM llml lliUJni.,ir lb
jilQfcl riiiiilniliilliMiiiil coiihiiiIi'IU liuiun
I in ilin ully, ilin luuiuti w)W Ultu, lui
'Mmluliy. niitiitMoli wnirlUii.
pifrnjy Tmw iii4u'-
it muinlfli'! $b i'i
I ' niiiUK
CASTLE & COOKE,
Liio, Firo & Marino
Insurance Agents I
Row England Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
.Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford.
nv Jfc ,11.11 1,,,..
" OK HAN PUANClnCO CALlKlHtNIA.
.Tun 3 !0
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From and after this diito. a Kcgulnr
Freight Train will leave Honolulu for
Honouliuli anil way Stations, Evkky
Day (excepting Suiidaj), at 10
o'clock A. M.
gJSF" Hereafter no Fteiuht will be
lecuivud for shipment, by Passenger
Trains, except by special uriaugu
nient. OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.,
W. 3. Asiii.ky, Sttpt.
Honolulu, Dec. 5), 1890. 7!I0 liu
104 Fort St., Upstairs.
Tho undersigned bets to inform Un
u!lir of these Island)- thnt he i ni.tkitip
Hliit-lH by iro.iNiii-'meii '
Directions for pclf-unasiircment wth
be given on appllcatlrin
White Shirts, Ovcrshirts & Night Go?;li
V tit guarantee by making a ;hio Ii
Hhlrt to every order
liland order solicited Boll Tolephone 411
l ?.! ( -
Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
Will again have on hand thu largest
Ernil, Gilroa, Poul, Jell?
To suit thu moxt fustitlioua tanto and
oriitinienled in F. lloin'b woll-kiiown
style and in great varjuty.
Of omlleBS ariuty of homo manufac
ture, both plain and fancy.
Richly ornamented and plain. Also,
FixingH for decorating Xinas
Rich Mince Pies,
Of IIorn'H well-known good (iiiality.
AlbO, foi eulu
MINCK -:- iII3AT,
Fancy & Plain
IN Till'. aitllATIJbT VAIIIUTY.
Qiiaranlenl to bo of tho liuliect ami
piiroKl(inility; void tit the lionent
price of only
$2 Per Whole Gallon
gjtr'wm call anil convince yoiu
olf anil ohliKo,
1'ioprliilor; Hutu) ftrcnl, htilwiuiii
Fori A- Niniiiiiii,
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7HI I m
CiiitIiik" Mni'HiiK Vm' H11I0 I
ll.U'li foi win in
Kmilrti Idiuvli. b
Young IJMjttu null
Mum( of 1 he Umi
IllUWli, ItHUlOll) III"'
Appl) mkiU Itt mur
iilhei wtko lo
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w m ut&Kr
Will stand for a' short time at
Greenfield Stables, Kaplolani Park.'
Duki: SiT.Ncr.ii is a dnik bay, 1 vcirs
old', Htantls 16,'J hands hli;hj kind and
By Dnke of Norfolk.
1st dam Lou Spencer by Norfolk
2nd dam Ilitllctttia...by Imp iialrownlu
3rd dam llctmie Fa l row
by imp. .Shamrock
4th dam Ida by imp. Ualshazzai
5th dam Madam llosley (Gamma's
Dam) .' ."by Mr Kichai d
Gth dam Nancy Nlchol. . .by imp. Eagle
7th dam liut. Itosley
by Wilkes' AVondec
Sth dam by Chanticleer
ilth dam by imp. Sterling
10th dam by Clodins
11th ihun by Imp. Silvereyc
I2tb dam by imp Jolly Kocr
13th dam by imp. "Partner
14th dam ". ....by imp. Monkey
15th dam Imp. mure fiom the .stud of
llatilson, of Uianilon
KF Host of care taken with animals.
In ctso of accident no lcspouslhillty
will be attuned.
W. II. KICKA.KD,
022 tf Houokaa, Hawaii.
iindei signed having been ajtpolnk'd
sole ageuth for tlie Hawaiian
For tho Celebrated
I'ioiii the winks of
Burhiim, Parry, Williams & Co.,
Arc now picpaicd to give estimates and
receive otdcrs for these engines, of any
slzo and st) le.
The Baldwin I.ouomotivk Works
ate now innnufactiuiiig a style of Loco
motive patticiihuly adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
Atiiunhur ot which have recently been
teceivedat these Inlands, and wo will
havo pleasure iu furnishing plantation
agents ami manager-, with puitiutlluie
The supetiority of these Locomotives
overall other ni.il.es Is not only known
bete but Is acknowledged throughout
tho United States.
Win. G. IttWltf & Co.. LM,
Solo Agents for Hawaiian Inlands.
Wl d-121 w-ly
Watches For All !
O.V A WKKKI.Y 1'AV.MKNT OK
WILL HIVE A
These Cnbos are tho bfht in tho
niurkot; 1110 guarankud to be made
of 'I wo I'lutOH of 11 (Jituit Gold, with
l'htto Con'ipoHiliou between, and writ
ten guarantee fiom the factory .giill
.lowollcd WuHliaiii SIovinioiit,'gii.i
lantei'd to keep line lime.
Thofco WiitelteH aio prefer.iblo to
gold witehuh, beeatibe tlio ciu-ch nro
htill', am) perfeetly uufe for tho niovo-
gjif Kwry ineinlifrgetH liiu watch
within 15 wdcKh. fall and M'ti our
wnloliuH. ii in u line tippiirltiiiily to
got 11 clinip and line waleli in n
CALIFORNIA WATCH CLUB CO,
A. J.HCIIIIKIIIKII, MaiuiKor,
JJulel bl , iiuili'i ihe "Ailingtoii "
HuUuhjIunUHHii I'Uidiig miiu, i:piu.
MuWJhiuUiiu u MmU 0 Muuhlliti
Wmm U'lmlniv I'nuiiM. )mU,
MuQi! riuur. mul nil I.liul ol uootlt
iiuil Um ToioIuk.iU'iuI) miiiI IIujiiI
41) itimt ui hauiim mul
JlwiWub uiw Tiipuilug-
' umm iM-wiipi ) immm iu miiij
,imm&w- uidiM (luiii ilii
J. W. LIMING
Comer Fort & Queen Streets.
Commercial :-: TyBewritiM
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Or Han Frnnr.lHco,
(Proprietor of the Hedforn House, Mar
ket Street, under Palace Hotel),
-IIAK KEMOVKM TO-
I. M lifiiistiiiiiii street,
Between Piikol 6c Keeatimoku sU.
Jtldlug Habits, Genuine Tnllur-niadc
CoitumtiH, Traveling Ulstein, Jackets,
all the Latest Ueglgim lu
DAIRY FOK SALE !
about to lenvo tha
Kingdom liiuiiiirurlly, of
fur (or Hiiltt IiU well-entut)-
lUhud Dairy, hltnntcil ut Kuulpti, In
Mamm Valley, four miles fioni Hono
lulu I'ott Ulllcu, mul now doing u IiiikI
iii.'.ii of lx llinulml dullai per uioiitli,
The Ituliy oiilllt liu.liide l.uud In fee
dimple, wliuii'on Ilia hlllhllngi ntuntl,
wlllnulmihlu Imw of (liu ivinulnliig
Imiili, uhoiil 100 I'uv mul HuKurMof
welloUi'i'ii'il oii, ' Diirlmm Hull,
Ihuilllug lloiuu mul Ouiliillillng, In.
(Imlliig Inn n room for M t:u mul
luU or 7 liurtM IIoim'J, H'ugun,
l) 11H1I nil Um iippoufiiit)ii4 ol
lIuiM'liik lluiry, Mimihl lliitnuluurllHir
hu uiiijl'li' lo iH'ilu u nillWmlory iiulo of
Hi" uli u u Mhoje, iu Kill nUlliti
l'iw, HoiMif mul oilier rlnilit'U J4i.
niini'1)'. AiMiiM'i'llm liliivlud, Mt,
...... .A. AiMUNI'ANO.
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