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I H. HACKFELD & CO. HAWAIIAN GAZETTE
Offer for Sale
THE FIXE IRON
BARQUE "CSRN TUAL"
The Follow ins: GtHwk
PEK HAWAIIAN' BARK KAMOI
ax isrtrninxr jocksax,
PKYOTEP Tli HAWAIIAN
The jxx-l Goethe tc!N a sad and beauti
ful tory and it u the utorv sad and Ivau
tii'ul bevau it it truv k4" a young girl,
Johanna Sehos, who, ia lb vwur
when tho a broke J.-au the dike and
overflowed her native Ulajje, proved hor
siflf worthy of a jrrvat song.
Johanna, or Joanna, as we arvutd call
obIt eaoogh with our experience ol her, was oatj term tern tws old, but no
at home. Pay and nicht, and sutu- iu the rillaev bad the noble snirit and
Amatrevliam I JO- at Vaaiirn.
Frvei ti Laavana
Then- is much of what we art) told
abeeat fife in Aastraha whieh contrast
FROM aY ERI'tWI. pttr ran pttom, lari.e iat
Is landing her Carr? in
?Iliulitl Order !
VERV FILL ASSMTUSI
CHEAT CASE FOR THIS HA&KET!
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Bate, aad; Wasa IVsas. F-.C.-S
HaaTT Mn KWaaaBaK i.ia sad. tiejaa.
Biaw awl VU Sto'f Ba TVrkwc.
kaaa Ceaaeaae. aawrai taJi-we.
B.e Catt-va. Wai2a CwtWa.
aoaajaaa VU La( CbcA. A ml F. JS lack
aad 3? taca weAe.
Uata kaaMtBaj, n. SL and 1W iacowa arid.
CatJaa fiMUj. C 72. SI aad W iwaaa aaafta.
Tatcaria lama. 7 jari fame, aawrttd fiiiuo.
ladxjri B-aa rnaiL Ka.-t 5ik A yacaj.
B-aca. CitbwTfi. laa aai
Sc- a Walipnat Tnaali. J
Stk Crai KuvUaraaUae.
Tttrtaa KaU xi TiC' 0 xn ExilarA vtj
Uia' 0rj HuJtaraMfj.
aVavaajaaat Caataai Saaajaaaci aa4 wA.
I in Tijaati aaaunaat.
laaa aaat Oataaaat Stt Nackcaa. aam tsj'xt.
Jt oiay JacAaO afaurtvj a-iCr.
Ha." WAi.aa B-a-4U, S.-ria. Otma. B:
MOWS ASP WHITE COtTOSS. rKSUii,
wftajtiisf BDrF vf.vrr.-
r.-i- lA.'S.- EA5.rASr?.T
V. U -AT15TIS As. A : .
raix i-aaro. I'i i SaaVctt, CaaAaai Aa.
r Tins Vjiar.-. Cut:o CaalaaaaaMa
aaar and wintrr, ivrae at very didervat
titnw to ws and M oar Australian brethren.
Our midourht is their noon, oar mklsum
mer is their midwinter, and tkv tvrsiL It
b delU:httuI to bo reading, in our Mel
bourne evrwporHientN letter dated at the
beginning of Xorraiber, of gardras jut
I'lvvtuing viih early rvajes, and of iceearts
g:ng their rvutxls to distribute, not to
collect their kvads. While we in England
are shivering over fire, or. at best, ven
ture forth, somewhat doubtfully, in our
oar inrariable umbrella, iHtr tmw fortu
nate kursosen on the other skle off the
globe are enjoying the agreeable reality
days and a clear and sunny sky.
Christmas itself, wlik-h, by old usage
SOawtinM bappi'y. as this year, honored
in the breach oar imagination is taught
to connect so cioselv with eld and snow.
:...4.v..... ... 4 v,..v ,;-.tfv-rv::t gnwe.
; . i : courage ot th: trug, true hearted
When the waters rose around the
houses, and the wares washed up to the
very vKvrstejs, Johauua knew that there
course it ia tuy husband wy Jolui lleury one-third oJ all our productive imiuilrj i
ik. all that ww can hoe ultimately to keep
" And I infer that he has dew rted yon." going. Two-thirds, of our artisan popuU-
"That what he's done deserted me lion, therefore, rourteea. to bo -or to re-
aovl run off with a girl natueii Sarah oone- main. That vat prorMirtion of onr im-
thing or other, and I am left here without port which is now paid for by our rail
a friendl" lions of export will have to be foregone,
" He shouldn't hare done that.'" re- or to bo purchased by other tunds. To
marked the Sergeant, after a long pane. sinvak broadly, the population of tin .' l
" N he shouldn't," she repliet "Why j amis, which i now maintained by ajtri-
what was he when I married him! Didn't culture, rvmmorce, and manufactures, will
have to ho maintained by agriculture and
commerce almost alone. We shall, there
fore, only bo able to support !0,H0,000
people, instead of :lO,fHVO,000, A at pn
cnt Kntrland will leoome a second Ifol-
I take him when he was a good-for-nothing
whiffet of sixteen and bring him up to
what he is ? And now this is my return!"
She sobbed away for a while and then
went on. " He called me his darling, his
whs no longer atV:v vecpting on the huh 'bar gaaelle, and he s.n.i :h.i: I a sugar laud, creator, richer, more powerful than
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SaMtts aid (anay
Tovs, Books, Piano Forte.:
Ala. KaaaT Aim tffiiln.
inmt i nan 11 Cwpc a laJk a.
F pvt. Fxraisua. FaaaWkOO.
BRASS AD IROK BEDSTEADS
FatBaai Caaiaax CumjuaJ L-jo. Sxp Ina.
Fffictf Wn, Bjuew-vsrt.
BEST WEIasai iTSAX CCAL.
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- Baar OB. taaat't Extras i .
aTaaf laiia K nfthaj Tftawiix v jaii .
Fta W...jIao Satana tad TraraJuij Ftaai.
r aaai Caaawa Paaj mad Puckac Eiiaaa,
F;.aa aari f i faaati. Omaw Faaajaii.
Taaaaii spa- aa Caraa, Ina TaakacUas,
ua.rajuac FaaJ. H Uli II
lNaJariieti Xaca: BB Caaatfafat i
Otanual B-;x Ina.
z-41: 7t::-4 " rt. N 1 3 tad '.
Ml Iwniiat af Baat Sadaau Eif Ear Iras,
Xau TaCaa Macal JSaaAtaf . ui Cua4aV
't-r-ta:i L-.-c i.pt. V. -;: Ik:
Facaa iar X:aktj. F9ai Iiablan.
Hill 1 . Fataac Wiisa aaat PaiaC
EiiM i Pause Wica LI Faial,
Eibinek's Pa B-iCaJ IiaaaJ 03.
Ejc Fj-.. Farj Snaa, KaJ LaaJ.
I Caaatir Saaht. Bate laaea Pa2m 0L
A Urja Ajacnaaat af
Serman, Engfeti and FrBircti Groceries
Uo taey tKt. uteeu. urnler alterea r- three children, seeiug ber leave them, werx
emastancw to keep up old customs; but with a ,udJ;n tem,r No, untU
our Christmas writings and pictures must th5s momen, theT know -aow muoh
be to natives of Australia as strange as it lha,T depended on the'brave Johanna, the
is N M to hear of their enjoying Christ- j only person to whom they could look for
r.-.a day iu the open air, and of their sit- counsel or help in this hour of periL
ting late in the December evening under After a word or two of encouragement
the oaal shadows of their trees, and pro- to her mother, who trembled as she saw
"g: g ' ' . r. i..r: :'::i waters Ivi'.it-g Kmeath her so terri-
hour, were itupossible through the excess
ive heat. They will iluly have, like our.
selves, daring the year tbeir share of the
dtsexaaafiorts of bad weather. They will
undergo their pen.ttKV. but it will be at a
different time from ours ; and as we are
less concerned for our neisrhbor's suffer.
tneltcl over and all that, and I believed it
yes believed it, like the fool I am."
" And he's gone, eh?"
lioue! lbdn'i I say he'd gone? loan
hardly believe it, though, when I look
over the letter he wrote me, and see how
ho called me his shiniug angvl and bis
novuidav star. I can hanllv rali-c that
he has left me and takeu up with a freck-
" It's very sa.l," sighesl the Sergeant.
" You don't know my feelings," she re
plied; '"don't begin to realize bow this heart
of mine is wrenched. 1 wish you'd catch
him, sir. I wish you'd bring him back
here and staud him over there, and leave
me over here, aud look the door for about
" Be calm madam," remarked the Ser
geant. "Carm! How can I be earm? When I
think of John Henry and Sarah and dear
gazelle and shining angel aud uooudar
star, can I bid my heart be earm?"
She left her husband's description and
blv near to hor-Johanna turned to her tho PoUc wiI1 it they can. ie-
grounds uear the village. But how acre
they to reach those high grounds? The
water was nearly knee deep and rising ev
ery moment. The rvaring and surgiug of
the waxes and the wind was heard in ev
ery direction, and the dike was giving
way. piece by piece, beiore tho rusliing ,
dood. Every uouieut the danger iu
awaasad. There was no time to hesitate.
Johau.;a's mother, au aged woman,
could not force her way through those
raging waves. But Johanna was tall and
stroug. She took her old mother in her
arms and stepped boldly into the water.
, The waves dashed aamst her. but she
I hey aurMeaatal tin l?.r nkthK.iM n...Oa. n.t
neighbors and called to them to rly to the
. lose by. whieh was vet dry and would
afford them safety for a time, and assured
them that she would return to them
as soon as she had placet! her mother
on the high ground. "And tuv poor
ings than tor his prosperity, we shall hear goal," she cried, as she heard her favorite
less about it. Melbourne at the height oft liholiiig after her ; " take him with yon.
its season, enjoying the luxury ol' its sun Pcn't leave him to die."
and shade, and gay with all the bright- i As soon as she reached a nlace of f, i
troit nre .fVeaat.
Pal as n Hecaaiater.
In Charles Lever's delightful "O'Don
ohue," there ocenrs a remarkably rich
passage, illustrating the relations subsist
ing between an improving Euglish land
lord and an untutored tenant. The scene
is on the lawn of the O'Donohue's castle
in Kerry. The tenants have assembled
to meet the worthy English baronet who
the tirst. lint she mav le a prosperous
and happy Holland still, if only ho ces
her destiny in time, and girds up her loin
to await it a a groat uation should. Mr.
W. K. tlrog, in the f'uMeiiiHTfary AVnVw.
Vterrle I nuLni.l.
A copy- of the London 77me. of October
3, I TUS, contains the billowing programme
ot sports to he participated in on the anni
versary of the birth of her Moral High
ness, the Pitches of Wurtemburg :
All persons of jovial, friendly and loyal
dispositions, are invited to 1h present at
and partake of the undermentioned coun
try sports, which, with others to ho de
clared on the ground, are intended, if the
weather be tine, to be exhibited at Mars
den Castle, near Porehoster, this day, at 1 1
o'clock in the moruiug, in honor of the
birthday of her Koyal Highness the Pueh
ess of Wurtemburg :
To be played for at cricket, a round off
beef, each man of tho winning set to have
A cheese to In? rolled down the hill
prue to whoever stops it.
A silver cup to bo run for by ponies
best three heats.
A pound of tobacco to be grinned for. '
A barrel of beer to be rolled down the
hill price to whoever stops it.
A Michaelmas-Pay goose to lie dived for.
A good hat to be cudgeled for.
Half a guinea for the best ass in throe
A handsome hat for the most expert
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
jaa o. rawar as Oa. -Anta, ata
PnJ Mftkaa.Ha. raaa4aa1 lr "" MflB
IllTn a 4faaaa aa alaaa.a btlm.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
aOJ o. Browor Co, Asanta. SOBk
aUaV rfirW aaraaala a alja WVBSA
ZTDT. .Waaal at OU, aaa, Waat,
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A. W. PEIRCEACO.
Offer for Sale
SHIP II A NDMHIY
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK.
FTLcxvur c5 Bread. !
Lime and Cement,
By steaate r fron San Franrisra,
Potatoes, Onions, dec.
Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry DtU' Palnklllsr,
Puuloa Salt Work
THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE
. 11 tv v v . I v ""rv" v-iiur-u -n.'i.i. who .v 1 . ,i t nai lor ine most expert in
acts of an early summer, is too marked a tv, Johanna set her mother upon the u v , ..,.,. -. -. . .... .. F,
, . - , , , . has purchaevl the pnipcrtv, and who. catching a roll dipped in treacle, and sus-
contrast to London even in an exceptional
December like this, for us to endure the
comparison with patience. The very
name of Christmas recall other associa
tions, and demands other surroundings,
than those which are so perversely joined
with it in Australia. Our one consolation
Bust be that the somewhat solid mate-
groun.t. and. without a moment s pause
turned around to hurry back through the
ever-deepening water. Her old mother
cried out :
u Oh! where are vou going ?
with his agent standing iu the parlor
wiudow, watches eagerly for some result
of the many " improvements " whieh at
great cost he has endeavored to introduce
The path . .v -11 1 untutored ncasanU of lhn
:. . t t i-ki a v . 1 ni
is asum aaay . uu, uiy uauuicr. win
you go into that dreadful flood again ?"
" Mother, they must be saved!" said Jo-
One rvlr of
WESTON S PATENT CENTRIFUGALS !
Wil - -K v. ., L-au XmiSar Ca
iBfi. Zaxl-ma rrwi,
now ox vnrw.
THEO. H. DAVIES.
L, I M B.E R !
AU SORTS, SUES & DESCRIPTION!
BUILDING MATERIALS !
The Yard and on the Wharf!
WWrM vyaiUiis. TiatWr !
ScamT2 Caaii'aa. 4. 3.
Caaatr vat. a cias aa4 $Us.
Era;or 3 . n bili v.- : :.. ie.
Saata af Traaka. Sank Braaat.
Wrapptos tHsar. Xaffcat faaatato,
traas ;:ct :
district. The agent presents the tenants
to the worthy innovator, who enquires
into the condition of the grumbling and
dissatisfied recipients of hisafavors. At
lenth. on a tenant nrosentinc himsolf
The dike was now on the point of civ- . . c.:l, ,
r s whom the agent fails to recognize, the
tag way entirely. A hill of water seemed barone, tQrns t0 ,he n l&hn him,
roaring and foaming toward the village. jfa wUh hcaJ am, face svroUen out of
But Johanna press,! on over the path aU proportion ant, showing ,,istortod
wch she knew so well, although it was teaturt?s and fiery eves through the folds
now covered with water. The waves of a handke'rehief, awaits hb ad
dashed against her, almost knocking her ,1, jn sniien silence,
down, and drenching her from head to Who are vou. mv cood man ? What
has happened to vou ?"'
where she had left her neighbors. But al-! Fail, an' it's" well ve mav av ' mn
Sfoarara. Ttf Liaa. Lof Ua.
Jlvr" 3 aai Kiizsiaf.
Saaaaak Jv-'acr M:.-!la.
tam'i Ecr.MM vi. is paean: eas.
1 A Cut CTriaipaaaj. a ,a tad pcj.
: Para A F-j' '.lia:. i- A.
Eaactaaa; Baa. la aa,U aaat pica.
1 ataaaaaaaa 0ax. ia jxca tad baaAata.
ia. ia fa. jraan aaaaa,
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i a Cav Flaay. aa aaaaa.
la uiUprbr. ia at. tad ta.
Tt-i'i Waaa.-ri Ala tad Sua. ;u tad pu.
Aaautaaal CLarao. nrj faa bi
SaaaJaaaaiiainl afEujyjj WTaat.
. aiaaWi ia 1 aai. aaaafaaaaw
300 SCANTLING, TUBER.
&c. Sec.. Sec.
Ha CSaj, Caal Tar. '"- Tar,
ta, U-r fce., u..
Tie tkvrm tiifSil Cilia. ta(aW a. nl
itai f:r aaja h - ...--, u t. tmd.
B3- vntaa -na zim acAar Laaaak auad at kvaat
Bart ac raLaa. ; i
rials of Christmas fare, which, in spite of hanna, as she plunged into the water, by
all obstacles, they consent for once in a this time more than knee deep.
way to share with us, are far less suited
to their climate than to oars.
Such differences as the above are, how
ever, a; most, slight and superficial. If
the English visitor to Australia can once
make up his mind to the transparent para
dox of the seasons, there caa be few
places in the world where he will find
nimseti more thoroughly at home. Ot all foot At ,ht? Kache, Urte m
our numenus aescen-iints, the Austra-
v-; . ..hsth, dike war; own mnther VobimmiAum
. . , . . , fe : . mad wge rushed in, sweeping over cd morning: 'tis all your own doin' en-
wmi, and by a more mixed race, and be- ererytbi MoK Md UfJe . , ,
r - hul soon boiled a turbulent sea rising above xr .i.;, mni;.,. .. :.u j
O I uutuj; . 1CLIK3 LUC 0.1UUL?IIIU
1 baronet " What can I have to do with
As the great waves roll over the ground the state you are in. my rood man ?"
, 1. . x. - . aaaaaaai mc, nauu. v-nujiiag iu letiur 10 ). eS, It WIS VOnr OWmlOln ,' answers
bianco ; but in matters of was importance ' ..v .v t v . . . , J
, r" t each other. Johanna s noor npn-HK-ir- "tn.l !. 1 -r ,v 11.
tlm 3 7 vuugcu uruurieior 01 ine swollen
habhs, wh:ch are very dissimilar to oars.
... v.. v V
a tot cctmtrv, but not long enough 72 I , 7k J I J W bnsht
to have grown oat of the old likeness. "ffSS TZ ITV nisht'
There are many obvious points in which ?nd dn7h'm down- " bat J , where did we put them but in the pig's
- - - ti, hn?"eIort- . . r 't corner. Well, after Katty an' the childer
, . , , - Johanna stands alone, still hrm and
cannot exist anywhere without a free and . , . ...
I strong , but the waters are rising an d rising
constitutional goverament. They most j .
have the nht ot frv srv,-h mnrt . .. ....
. .. . ho is there now to save this noble
oe governed oy e-juai laws, ana they are
ponded by a string, a
A leg of mutton and a gallon of porter
to the winner of a race ot 100 yards iu
A good hat to be wrestled for.
Half a guinea to the rider of the ass
who wins the best of three heats by com
ing in last.
A big prize to whoever catches him by
BY THE UNDERSIGNED
Print im Establishment
Possesses a good assortment of
JOB PRINTING TYPE,
Well adapted to the Printing of
POSTERS OF ANY SIZE!
EITUKH I. FLA IS OM
HOTEL BILLS OF FA UK.
developed into its present form. Both 1 is hicrbest b
3 . t ,.., rr f. i c . . 3 r
L4uij i .. . v Lu,cu --.a.o regain, ac
cordingly, the main outlines of resem-1
her ctuaren cannot keep their foothold, head ; " tis all our own doin', and well
They are washed away and disannear he. . - k . ... ... 1 :. rv .1
, j 1 1 c ifv uwuu vi 1.. 1 nas ,ueui
NEW GOODS :
Just Received by
ATONG & ACHTJCK,
Sltiogies. FROM H ON CKONC!
White Pine Boards,
Dwrs, R. P. lm-)., 2mo., d: basii
SASH ASD BLTSDS.
If AILS AID GL iSS,
Wall Paper and Border, f
White k Cc.on
' Cbrna Hi.t:,
Japanese ribreZiS.As.-.rte-I Silk,
silver rv are, Ivorv V are.
Sac ial Wood Ware. levered Ware,
I China Ware, Canvas Sboea
Tortoise SkeO at Crystal Jewelry,
Ciina Brick fc Side-walk Stones
scy jix uj a
an' meself was awhile in bid, the pig goes
rootin' about the honse, and he wasn't
aisy till he hooked his nose into the hive,
and spilt the bees ont about the dure;
fftpl sh Vi-t minr fVi..n.lc nr.l muni. . .-. v: T . . c 1 1 a 1 . .
. - . .. :f all contrary ar- r ; " ' T ' "
rangements. Xor are these the onlv links , ' " T the P' tlmt WM thwah the
stffl between ourselves and the TV V m
rnanv reSoTwe have colonic To like owhm Can she even mgm' me, an' I jumped into bid agin
and "to dislike the same things is the . , v i v wid the whole of thim after me into Katty
closest possible bond of uni be nC P heareD' and n the Wilder; an' thin, what with the
nations, as it is between iaUUa T. ! h.to"al8e h". ' - -buuin', an' atingin' us under the
speak everywhere the same Ianemvge we i "t T- v u a M ' thc
carry everywhere the same general char-; 1 W ""f? " ight W" eersPint in Irelan'1
acter. and' everywhere alike we ar ,., VuUge St0od Wt of waUrs' we 3Pint lart niS- What wid Katty
dieted to the same aerion, nursuits and .Wtth . l .StepIe r a tree ' 3nd tbe chMT -renin' an' a-bal!in'. an'
ing up aoove tne nooo. the pig tann', up an' down like mad, an'
But as the survivors gare upon the , Katty wid the besom, an' miself wid the
.'Jn J amI.m.. .l... V . ! 1 ay ..' - 1 , . .
r,w.'. . .v, ,.-, i unjr.ouuouuu.ju, iue uiuugu.ui i.ue iryan -pan nauenm tne Dees agin" tne
aii .1 xt- brave an-1 beautitni girl who gave her life
m.iistifigui?habfy the same. We are more . . .
..... vui uirw0 m unjKi giwul upuu LUC
And even when the waters snbside and
tK Itn.l iaanriaivarw aawa .- kn ipn T
aver, who are better able to form an op n- v ,r . , , ,
-71 u 7 1 v , hanna can be glad. They weep for her
ion will acknowledge the correctness of I Tl , v... 3 V
Ik. !,.. 3 i J
TONS BEST SMITHS'
Tuat Bait Gla(ow Splint Hiram Coal,
Bar Iron, in ajiorteu aiaaa.
LIME JUICE CORDIALS!
In 1 doi. eaaaa of tha calabmcJ manufacture of
JOHN GILLON k Co., Glaigow.
HOOKS and PAMPHLETS,
Ae., Ac, Ac.
A PEW OP
CELEBRATED STOVES and RANGES,
Hifhrr raeommended bj thota who hare triaj
tham. itill on hand, and will ba difpotaU
f at LOW Rat, to init tha times.
pursuits, and -
nasst upon the same conditions as neces
sary to a tolerable existence. To foreign-
like one another than we are like any peo
ple else, and this aicne would be sufficient
to decide their judgment. Those, how-
wall till mornin', an' tbin the sight we
wor in the mornin' begor it's ashamed '
yerself ye ought to be !"
Now, let us face boldly and state in the
plainest language what the industrial de-
we have pointed out. This is a sad storv of a noble girL Only cJenc of onr conntry, whether i comes
ire a ciater IiVr.- . . . - ' 1.4 :n v. -
Tr-t- aril I rwnmita a r4 I7V,, v. 1
' r rt. it : those who have read it as Goethe so ten-
tween Englwhtnon and Austrauans than 3 . , , . . . . ,.
, r i-v , , . ; dcriy and dramatically tells 1; m hrj poem,
between Englishmen and the inhabitants u , 1 c , .
,.t r.i. .. lr .c. r--a . Johanna Sebus," can appreciate its true
, IT r " ' Pto d force.
to give a reason for it, or to show pre
cisely in what particulars it is displayed.
It coBssts. probably, in this that' the
sooner or later, will mean when it arrives
will in a great measure mean when it
begins. (Statistics are unnecessary here ;
they cannot be precise, and might give
rise to useles controversy.) It will mean
that we shall lose one foreign market after
" ., i . .1 .
"He's eeooted with another woman!" '. ,notfier; ltst e snaB gradually cease to
najaaaaaaal lmmnW female affliVft .:.u manatacture for other manafacturinL' conn-
Aafn r" oT ni the ' Mtfa. M 5he herself throagb j trk whkh tiu "PPg tbemelve,
KnOU tlMIIII Of life, bm m its lOnttV .U- A r .v. r i . , I will m.t n ir. A H r,aa...I
taw - - - - " m - I 'I aa. - - a aa . . . .
SrfiAB lit B4(iS
cgiti ft Lisa
A aSreau Tava-tt7 at
II PUULMS.LT. ETC.. ETC OTHER CHINESE GOODS
Jar own popeiar tastes ire enri- fntvnfn TT.e PA; , I kets ; finally that we shall be reduced to
oosly reproduced in our antipodes. We - Msil, tfc - ;; .na ... the supply of our home demand-iMMwiblr
s- . i . ax a r 1 - i - p a
one in charge of the station looked at the 10 ecure even ttx1 market by recurrence
woman and didn't even nod his head for ' to protectionist policy. This will be a
her bo go on. The woman took a chair j tCT"b'e reverse a momentous, and it may
or nearly two chairs, puffed away like a j mierabIe cnge. It must involve a
hack-horse for several minutes, and then as j Tt M gra metamorphosis; it may,
the tears came in her eyes, she ccntin- i bnt lt need not involve rxun. Tbe extent
ned : I and depth of suffering we shall hare to
PI! never forwrre him. and if h' undergo during the sad proereas and the
weary struggle will depend upon how
WILDER d, CO
F -. aa
Philip Phillip's Songs.
recognixe there are not only the general
laaHriaitrf the Anglo-Saxon race, bat, in
atiataon to these, the special tastes of
modem Englishmen, and this is not true,
in anything Eke the same degree of our
kinsmen in the United States or even in
Canada. In great matters, in nor laws
and oar iaagsnge and onr religion, we are
tack the aaaae in every quarter of the
globe. Such -Merenee as exist are man
ifest rather in the leaser details of every
lay lire, and m the answers given to the
! war a BaataYaWal
iday i - best to be enjoyed. Bat it hi
' thW taw r.-r rc
awaaltlaTace between Englishmen and Aus-
BBtiar.- most r.x:;;ra:.r mm umt
tnkaUy rereais itself
The Following Machinery,
One Sugar Mill, Complete
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGAL MACHINES.
STEAM CLABIFIEBS, 400 and 500 Galls.
DRY GOODS !
Of Various Descriptions,
Per Bark D. C. MURRAY.
Caaaa Haidaaiek'a Cbaopafaa.
'' Ataoitd Braadj Cbaaparat,
Cam Hannuj'i 1, ; n 1 3 -tar Brandy,
Caaaa A "i- rt 1 Braada Brandy.
Caaaa Baat Clam,
Caaaa Baat Bcotah Wbikr,
Caaet Baat Holland Gio,
Baakau Bait Holland Gin, itona jart,
Caaaa Baat OM Tom Gia, Caaaa Aaaortad Clarta.
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES !
Occidental, HaTmiUfa and O.P.C.
Caaaa Baat Pale Sherrr,
- - Caaaa Baal Old Port,
Qaarttr Caaki Heanaaty'a Pala Bran Jj
Quarter Caaka Pala Shatrj,
Qaartar Caaka Iriab Whiakar,
Waartar Cf a Jmi RaB.
McEvan's India Pale Ale,
Flat v. i Qaartf.
Biood. Wolfc A Co'i India Pal Al. pU and qt. '
Baai A Co'a India Pala Ala, piata aad i jart. i
BOLLIX Ac CO.,
No. 34 Quean Street,
HATE FOB MALE,
Hemp and .Manila Cord, all list.
Patent and Plain Baab Bloaaa. all aiaaa.
Anchor and Chain Cabiaa, naawilail aiaaa.
Cotton Duck and Hemp Canvas,
Cotton and Hemp Sail Taiaa.
Stock bolm Tr,
, . . W lianas Pk.
Whala aad Sparm Oil
Paiata aad Paiat OJ.
And a Uaaaral Aaaactaaaat of
Groceries and Ship Stores
r-9- All of which will a aoM at la laaraat inti
I'. .nl md I . nii nt.
For ! br B0LLI8 a CO.
A FEW PHOTOGRAPH VIEWS
Zhot n. . 3Vt O B Za Zj XI .
I-n-1 r fraaaa TaMSA,
pAJI BE OBTAIW ED 4T THE HTOBE
or the nodanirnad. Araoaa than are th-
View ,.t tha C
from Punchbowl aaqaaa
picfora of nonoTnla eafant
Viaw of Port aad HarW of Paaaaka.
Viw la - -Till. Oaka. ' "
Moiitl -XDaaarr m Kaslaa. Osaa.
Poiat Vaaoa. Tahiti.
AoitraJUa Staauaar a Wharf ia Hi
McKaacae'i Son Plaatatisa, Koolaa.
Tamarind and Coeoaaot Treat.
Bap of Tahiti tad Mooraa.
Thtt art all rarj latlj taiaa, aad aaa We had
moontad or ar.moaatad. Far Matt by
" n. b.
(M Para, r PtM-lftit iitUSw .'
a -': AniarrT, tsar sw at
the Book aad Xa Lwnot af
, W. at. m BUM i.
20,000 Chinese Fire Bricks
caught yon may sentence him for life! To
think that after we've Lived together these
five years he should desert his own true
love to mn away with a girl named Sa
Yoa refer to yowr husband, I suppose,"
said the Sewseant, eantiotjsly.
" What other woman's husband would I
be referring to?" she demanded. "Of
soon and how distinctly we roconixe the
coming revolution, and how wisely and
courageously we meet it. The great, ulti
mate, naked fact we have to look at is
this: The home demand for our iron,
eotton, woolen goods, Ac, may be about
one-third of the whole ; we manufacture
mainly for foreign consumption. About
Bet KiWKs rum stai
a aaaaaw aa
ALSO. JUST RECEIVED PER U MO I ' Little Neck Clams, or
kiu.ii a "
asra XXX wTOCT. la aaw. jOCa.
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POBTW1XE. la alaa. raaaa i Miutwm
, afamwrlaar ajutllr .
reltp. t.. I.
T. HMKHAM at CQ.
EBOLIBH IKON-HT'JCK ANCHORS WEIGHT
from IN Is. t iSM rbt. For ale kv
BOLLES A CO.
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mmjm a tw
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ltalaPar-Mal I aa. iwaTaarawav
Fta. Baled Latter rwaweT
riwata aaaaa) bm aa
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Fresh Split Pea.
DEB BCBBAT. roa a a lb arr
at it waiisaT