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mm i iwmm my iiy i ? fwapiw
kvi-jninq liuriiiiyriN, jonh k, i8im,
IimIv'h work "
lJut wo nitwit now try to gal on
with our "toxt," or our tmtiout
roadoru will got out of Hortu.
My Hislors frioiiiis) of my
clioBon lifo-prcfoflaioii, "Toaoh
lug," .nllow mo to Hpuulc a word of
kind couiiaol with you ns if it
woroiliolast will auiI tostiunontof
ono who has tried to faithfully
"walk tho Hooi1" of hor school
rootn; who hna nt least trod its
boards for more than twonly
years, and lnnylifivo something
worth your whilo to offor. It 1ms,
with hor, boon a labor of lovo and
sho trusts that it will not ono
day, porchauco, prove to ln
"Lovo's Labor Lost,"
And in iho beginning let mo Hay,
emphatically, that J am not ask
ing tho attention a non-professionals,
those woman (or men)
who have ontorcd tho sanctity of
tho school room as uu expediency
or for pin-monoy or until
"when the day is set" of thoso
who como to tho work in tho
morning fagged, sleepy and cross
from tho night's danco thoso
who como from homes of
ofllueucG and drive up at
the last minuto or five mmutos
later my words aro not for their
care; thoy and I, norther and you,
my faithful toner, have nothing
in common. They are the count
erfeit coin of life, the mockers in
tho market place, tho idiom; in the
vineyard. Tho words I would
preach aro for the substance not
the shadow, tho ghost "roal
work" "real folks" true, earnest
teachers bread-winners, honest.
"How now, Horutio?" "You do
not liko Miss Prescott's sovoro
words?" I cannot help that, my
dear. "My Fathor's business"
means, tolerates, no shams.
'Hum m m!" is tho motto of
tho real toachor. When you loave
your schoolroom at niht leave
your school cares behind you.
Follow out, carefully, somo ono
or moro lino of study, aftor that
hour. Go to tho play, to a concert,
a lecture, a sermon; go, to be
amused, instructed, inforjned; go
to bo widened, to bo kopt out of
ruts; but not to bo wearied.
Your health your strongth,
vour evo-sicht, your aood-tomper,
for you tell mo you have no com
petency, is your "stock in trade."
Allow no ouo to intrude (to assort,
to demand) upon you or to ask
of you, from your, comparatively,
small store, what you ought not to
afford to give out. As to money,
your little income, you know the
saying: "If you want to know
tho worth of live dollars, seek to
borrow it." And as to your talents,
your accomplishments, it is well
not to bo stingy; but if
tho using of any ono o
them for an evening's charity in
volves now gloves, now dress, ilow
ors, etc., that you cannot well
afford leave that charity for tho
well-to-do, and tho woman of lazy
Have tho courago of your opin
ions, for your judgment may prove
as good as your neighbor's; and,
while you aro courteous, havo tho
will to say " no." Buy books, oh,
yes! and road books, but lend
them not or to your sorrow. You
will not bo thanked in tho end,
and if you get thorn back, will
often find thorn dog-oarod and
And lastly, pray do not lot
down your bars for ovory boor
(bore) to cross your commons.
Ono dav. at least, is none too
much to bo given by tho woalthy
to. tho needs of social etiquette
tho making and receiving of calls;
and two or moro are perhaps too
littlo for visiting tho poor and the
siok hospitals, houses of morcy
and tho rest thoso whom God
has soon fit to visit with povorty
and suffering, or who havo boon
directly and indirectly "blind"
the makers of thoir own misory.
It matters not we need not stop
to question them if there is any
little wo can do to holp got thorn
out of thoir mud puddlo on to tho
Down on Back Bay ("Holy
Ground") in tho capital city of
tho "Old Bay State" lived a wo
man, and if she's not gone she's
liviug thoro still, of very largo
store of this world's vanity
goods houses and lands treas
ures of art; tho chisel, loom and
brush, all tho patient labors of
tho artificer, all wore at her com
mand. How rich sho was! It
makes a poor hoad Bwim to count
up hor gold oven lumping it in
Was sho happy ? Wo hopo so;
but hor burden, her cross was
nttlglit full where one time of Pain
Killer would succeed. If you lmvc
n cough or cold or uny other winter
complaint, try Puln Killer at once.
It never (nils to give instant relief.
L -l'" Y Davis lit Sow, IWidcnc;, R. 1.
By tho S. S. "Toyo Mnru" wo rucoived an
itnmoiiHi' lino of - ....
Will cure n cold before it settles
or nftcr it bottles. The right
time to tnkc it is wucn you
iccl the cold coming on.
Prepared only v
Perry Davis & Son,,
illr. carf tfieB, pur2isling Qooda, caters
And many other varieties of and pancy Q00rJ3l
JK3" Wo need monoy and will soil everything cheap to got it.
Hotel Street, Robinson Block. Noxt door to Ordway fc Porter.
410 Hotf'l Mrret, nor Nuuanu.
Of All Kinds of Provisions,
LOOK S -:- LOO
W conic -without any previous wnnt-
be prepared. Keep a bottle of
Perry Davh'PUN KLT.i;iibyyou.
It I also a euro cure for Cram in, Colic unci
antlnil imtruai jiam.
HoSlister ::- Drug
lM-tf Agents (or the Hawaiian Islands.
ISfow J apanfro Jilupjs, TPai'lor Scroeiis, . ,
JBamboo Blinds. Silk Goodss
- ' Ci'epe Shirts, all sixes:
BS3T JUST RECEIVED gfl
Chinese Tea and
GROCERIES, -:- RICE,
All kinds of Canned Fruit, Cigars,
find n largo assortment of goods too
nnmcrons to mention at tho very
MUEATA & CO.,
Com or Hotel and Nuuanu Streets.
The Union Express Co.
87 jciMi .NTiti:i:r.
Not n Trnst, but organized for tho publio
Office King street, opposito the Hawai
ian Gazctto Co.
Express 'wagons and drays always teady
for tho pitrposu of removing baggago and
Checking of baggago to depot or wharves,
from hotels or residences promptly and
carefully attended to by competent men.
Wagons rocot all steamers and bapgage
placed in our charge will bo stored or do
livered as requested.
Charges, tho lowest in tho city.
The . . .
Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand.
Estimatos givon for house wir
ing and Electrical plants.
Marino Wiring a specialty.
NEW . GOODS
. .Tvist Xieceivetl
next to Lucas' Mill
ALL KINDS OF MANILLA CIGARS
roil SALE AT -
JK A.M TA rs,
Opposito Pantheon Barber Shop, at Lowest
Prices. Try my
Hor Fina, La Pcrla Del Oricntc,
La Pucrata Del Sol and
The Smoker's Favorites.
W. W. Ahana
Make Clothing to OKDEK of the
very Iwst nintcriuisaud In tho my
latest stylo. . . . ,
A. l'ovl'uot Kit
ALL OF MY WOPyKMEN ArE
Cleaning and Pupairihg a Specialty
W. W. AHANA.
Sin.gr f X-.ee Co.,
502 KING STREET,
FEESH :-: IPRTJITS
By overjr California steamer.
Importers of all kinds of Groceries, Fruits,
Canned Goods, Cigars anil Tobacco.,
at Lowest Prices.
Fresh Vegetables Always on llnnd.
jSf Como and examine Stock at
Bobinson Block, Hotel Street.
Hats! -:- Hats!
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nuuanu street.
Importers and Dealers in
Ciiuiici'iil -:- nicvcliumliNc.
Fino Manila Cigars, Chinese and Japa
noso Crookerywaro, Mattinus, Vases of all
kinds, Camphorwood Trunks, Ilattan
Chairs. A lino Assortment of Dress Silks.
Choicest brands of Chincso and Japaneso
Teas oi latnbt importation.
BX3T New Goods by every steamer.
Mutual Tel. 2C0 P. O. Box 1C8
To Whom It
This is to cortify that C. Akima
has made eovoral suits of clothes
for mo and tho workmanship Las
boon of the best. I take pleasure
in recommending him and his
JAMES P. OCERTUEFFER.
Suits to order. Fit Guaranteed. Kltin Duck
Suit, $5 up; Fino Tweed Pants, $4.W)upi
Fino Suit, $13 up. Clothes cleaned and re
paired. 200 KING STHEET.
P. O. Box 144:
Corner King and Bethel streets,
Dealer in Cigars and Tobaccos
Best brands of Manilla Cigars
and finest Cigarettes. . .
At lowest prices.
J. J. Sullivan,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sullivan & Buckley, Mon'g'n..
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in tho City, with Competent and Care
Siand at tho Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Fort nud Hotel Streets.
Ilnw'u Hotel Stables, 82.
Pnntboon Utnbles, 11,
Fashion Stables, 148.
BAGGAGE delivered and check
ed to any Steamor. Furniture
and Pianos carefully moved at
Fort and Queen Sts.
Day Tel. 912, Residence Tol. 643.
Drays, Carts and
For PULLING UP Trees
T. B. MURRAY,
Dealer in Chinese Tea, Cigars,
Peanut Oil, Sugnr, Soap,
Candlos, etc., at lowest
market pneo. . i . .
Corner Kuuanu and Fauahi streets. 143
Chock Chee & Co., Merchant Tailors,
Clothes Cleaned and Bepaired.
No. 322 Nuuanu Street.
215-ly P. O. Box 233.
If you wnnt your Clothes Dyed and made
to look new, call around nt
Mercliajifc :-: Tailor.
48 Nuuann street, P O Box 153.
Ladies and Gents.
Now Stylos Every MONDAY and
BeSt Straw Hats,
No. 325 Nuaanu Streot. ?32-tf
To Ej Patrons ;
Continued on 0th Piuje.
It gives mo muoh ploasuro
to announce that MR. M. R.
COUNTER, ono of tho most
sullied wutchmtikora ovor in
theso Islands, is now managing
my repairing departmont. Iso
watoh is so complex in its
mochanisrn hut wo can givo por
feot eutisfaotion in correcting
tho evils to which watohes aro
hoir. Watches are dolicuto
things to hundlo. Wo guarantee
that they will receive no injury
at our hands and will leavo
our Btoro iu perfect ropair.
E. A. JACOBSON.
Fitted up with all tho Modern
Manufacturing and Repairing Vehicles
of Every Description.
Blacksmithing and Horco Shooing.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
128 & 130 FORT STREET.
Blacksmithing in All lt3 Branches.
W. IV. WRIGHT, Proprietor.
(Successor to G. West.)
TOM CHUNG KEE,
No. 47, ... . Nuuanu street.
Dealer in Ladies' and Gentle
men's Shoes. '
Boots and Shoes to order. I use the best
material. Godtls warranted towear well. 143-
TIJB Yokohama Specie Banl
Subscribed Capital Yon 12,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 4.WX),000
UoBerve Fund You 4,130,000
HOP HING & COMPANY,
Wlioleeali, Dealers In
Chinese Silk, Ten, and Matting,
Liquors and Manila Clgurs, Englleh and
403 Hotel street. - Telephone 147.
QUONG SAM KEE & CO.
Importers and Dealers In
145-tf Corner King and Maunnkca SU
HO YEN KEE & CO.,
and dealers In
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ETC., ETO
Water Pipes, laid and repaired,
and plumbing neatly executed.
143- No 41, Nuuanu street
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES.
Kobo, London, Lyons, New York,
San FranciHco, Shanghai,
Bombay, , Ilong Kong.
Transacts n General Banking and Ex
Agency Yokohama Spotio Bank
New Republic Building. Honolulu, H. I.
'Wholesale Dealer in Japanese
Liquors ati'.l Provisions, Sakl a specialty,
AllCn Sthkct. Telephone 703.
Formerly tho Bay Homo Saloon
Comer Bethel and Hotel Streets, Honolulu.
srEoiAL eatinq nousc:
Privato Rooms for Ladles and Qontlemen.
Upcn from 5 a. m, to 1 in morning.
Trico o( TicketH, $1.00. Singlo Meal, 2.ro.
FOR . . .
Best Imported Chinese Tea,
TINWARE, CROCKERY, HARD
WARE, CIGARS, ETC,
At lowest prices, go to
WING TAI LUNG.
141- 331 Nuuanu street
LAI SUSTQ KEJE.
ALL KINDS OF TINWARE, CROCKERY,
etc., at tho very lowest prices. Klug street
makal and Ewa of Mauuakca.
To all mlTcrlng nltb Throat, Long or W'5il "'!"
Itv, etc.. will l.e Riven n Baiiipte loUl of I)lt. QOlt.
DrN'8 bllOCOLATH KMITWION for trial. Call at
Itoroof HoLUKTi'ii limn To, Honolulu, U. I. "It Is
guaranteed at 1'alatablo as Willi or lloney.
TOOK ON & CO.,
Jubt oponod now supply of First-class Shoes
Ladios' & Gonts' Shoes Made to Order
From Amorloau ami French Leathers.
Bethel street obovo Post Ofllco.
NICE AND CLEAN.
Chicken on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays. Ico Cream on Sundays. Fino
Salads with dinnor each day.
Meals, 25c. 22 Tiokotn, $4.G0.
(AH CHOCK, Propr.)
Meals 25 Cents. SleeaaYn.d. .
Private Boom for Ladies.
Count-h Uom, and Union Sts.
CHEONG KEE CO.
All kinds of tinwaro, crockory,
otc, at lowest prices. ....
141 Nnnnnu and Hotel slrceti
LIN SING KEE,
Plumber fc Tinsmith
Dcilcr In Tin and Agate Ware.
All kinds of Plumbing dono In a Satlstactorj
Mauuer at Lowest Rates.
C T. AKANA
No. 324, Nuuanu street.
MERCHANT ' TAILOR, v
Fine Suitings made to order at lowest prices,
145 Clothes cleaned and repaired.
"W. .A.hiu & Co.,
320 Nuuanu Street.
Fine Suitings from Best American and
Olothe.i Cleaned aud Repaired.
Y. MA.DST SING-,
Fashionable Dress Maker,
131 FORT STREET.
Dressos mado to order. Sowing gua
ranteed. If the stitches break I will re
pair without extra charge 307-2m
P.O. Box 274
4Ci Hotel St
YEE SING TAI CO.,
Furnituro Dealers and Painters.
Fort Street, opposito Clnb Stables.
CHIN WO & CO.
Young Ah In, Mgr.
Comer Dcrctanla and Nuuanu ete., Honolulu.
RICE PLANTERS-Aluays havo for sale the
best quality or rlco. Our rice marked W O C
Is guaranteed to bo Al,
Agents Tor the following rife plantations!
Palatna, Halawn. Moanalna, Waiklkl, Walplo.
Kalawao, Kawalkapu and Waloll, Oahu, ana
Tel. 218. TO Box 242.
STEBER : AND
EB :IN . . . .
Furniture, Bedding, Etc., Etc.
Contractor and Builder,
No. 89, Nuuanu street,
nas on hand Coffins, Camphor Trunks.
Matting, Wardrobes, Desks, Mntrcjscs, etc
Uaii in ana inspect goods.
Orient Planing Mill,
VING EAT & CO.,
CONTRACTORS AND 11UILDERS,
Furniture of all kinds mado and repaired
ISuUiIIiil' houses aud making rice mills a spe
cialty. P. O. liox 1W, corner King aud Uotlicl
YEE ON CO.,
317 Nuuanu St. P. O, Box 143.
Watchmakers and Atanufactur
Repairing of Watches ami Jewelry, ALL
Importers of Watches and Clocks ol Finest
No. 408, Nuuanu street.
Has just received a new lino of
DRY GOODS, LADIES AND GENTS
SHOES AND GENERAL MEBOHAN.
Agent for tho following rice plantations.'
Waipio, Waiawa, Waimalu, Wnialua,
Kaneoho and Kapalatua.
JCW My rico from Kaneoho is marked
L A and is guaranteed Al.
P.O. Box 114, .... Telephone 199,
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