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ALT, ORDERS FROM
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CAREFULLY AND PE0MFTLY
4 FANCY GOODS
A. M. 3LELLIS, Proprietor.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5. ISS1.
G. BREWER & GO.
OFFBB FOB SALE TO ARBITE
bt the rrxsj
AMERICAN BARS AMY TURNER,
i.w.: TVitr. sow a ben: dr. from Ec'-oo.
Tie Following list of Merchandise
Eieaa Ceal is kA,
CsBberhad Cal in casVs and bnJV.
Steve CSaal in casts xad belt,
Oak PSmir. 1 inch to S isch,
Barrels Tar. Fitch and Beein,
Caral Barrows -with Iron Wheels
Terpentine, Pairt OB. Lord Oil,
Eastern Piie Carrel Shoots,
Boston Card Matches.
Tlie Passage of the Season!
118 Days from Glasgow !
TUX niBDIC C'LJl'l-lUt IKOX SUIP
CITY OF NANKIN
HAS JUST ARRIVED
To ocr coMimmwat. from Glasgow, with a tan euro or
wnl erchasdiie, which is
How Being: Offered to the Trade
VERY LIBERAL TERMS.
IKE CAZGO CCSS I SIS AS TOIiOVS :
In Larjo Variety, Esibracir
Pnrts. Cotton,, Linens. Woofco.. Clotalsr
ftLc Cloths . Victoria Lawns.
KfcK J idio. Crimean shirts, icic.
Tract Wire. Xos. I.IlMI: Hoop Iron. RjTrtf
'""j assortment of sires;
its and Jairo. Bobbm Metal, dost StreL
Anvils aad Ykes, Miatinz Jlrta7" 4cT
C :EL O C IE TL V
A LABGE ASSORTMENT.
NEW STYLES OF rUBXCTlTBE IG-L ASS ZR. E
Parlor and &rdrxm Sets. ' IJr BEirnrn. VAKirrr.
Tocaita ssd Meek Tcrtle Soar, Irish Stew,
Sieved CaKtV Head, Barricot Mottee,
Ldlcrt, CUsf, Core Peas. Tesatce.
Sioaje, CUa Chowder, Lard, FamflrPork
Cotton Duck, Nos. I to 10
Oxkcs, Beat Bards, Whjleboat.
A cbce telecticc of Bceten Crackers in SH
Hiafc Cerjir, oil tires froa e thread to
Oars, Washboards, Bcckits,
Hair Maltrtxses and Pflloi,
Caried Hair, Escekior,
Irea Safes, asMtrted sins,
Miehipia Pine Lcaber,
Eoe Haadles, Wood Seat Ciairs,
Hide Poisoc, ScsarBass.
02ke Chain, 2aby Carriages,
Jcsp ISeaEitessica Cirriigts,
As IcTeice cf Eeficd Iren, assorted.
Ccrrcfolrd Ires. Fesee Vi up, Bolter Eehirj
JLS lSTOIC or
DoTsner's Kerosene Oil
MULE CARTS, I
3OT.ie.retB? wpcdilfyfcrr'liEtaticBBMfarcaz. !
Extra Whttls aad Axles fr Male Carts. '
.1 price TVmT wifi be Hit Xo .ozt.
cm i c BxxiraE a co. '
PETER D ALTON.
SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER
SO. 3 KISG sx. uuouxr.
Si! feoi -UU Zi. El Lrl cuck riia,
Ear Lfaud Oil, iiai Kod CommStaT
Biigrjrring- and Bags.
SUGAE BAGS ASH BICB BAGS
A LAKGE VAKIETY.
COAL BAGS A Splendid Article, ard Large
WOOL BAGGING AND SEWING TWINE,
OF ALL SIZES AXD FCLLTEST.
WAJiJiS AJTD SPIRITS:
Xir",a' AJ and Stoot. Blood. Woife 4 Co'i Ale
OMrS? fSdi?'dJ''Ja B. cs md basket. Glo.
AXD A FEW CASES OF YEET USE
SHERfiT, PORT, HOGK & CORDIALS
ALSO, THE CELEBRATED
CACHET BLAHC AND GREER SEAL
' stoci ad Keel for PlintatSoo. lie.
5UidnUe Jtcl,, l f ui S ton Bfu
Two Hundred Tons Coal,
Tlrt Erktl, Portland Cement, Tirt CUj, Pi- Iron,
and also, from
Mirrlees, Tait & Watson,
OB.polr Cntrtf-al sucnlse.
One SisU Si: i ui GearinZ
, One l tiu.n t'jiiader suaa Ensiae.
Two ralrCoDCoend BaLar. ft Umeter. a tt minis j
Ctountry Orders Solicited.
Fr farlierpaitlaLijLrs, appyto
C W. Macfarlane & Co
Is sxttejijc THixEs roEtnt kijd
peJronecgwMcalnaieceiiwl foe sunj jean. I
.l,k to Kue t&xl I aae cs bud, or IB reaaj to soke
DOUBLE OR SINCLE HARNESS
A2 id of a. t-t Sujck aoCGCTictWcckcr
3Xa' ydiier Jii tidier
tntx. bcjlk i5rrtTios :
XVcbleC2 Trees sod Spcxg Bin. AJ1 fdilec
wll' li. 1 1 orn IT. J ITn i.nn i in ninrTie ill I xwi 1 1 "i
a rcii ASSOSIXEST or
XriCes, gsrrrrgiiVi. XaadK Bap, Sora, i CwTVasi'i CrTtsia, Saffi. CIxSs,
SI.r rmg DALTOX.
THE "BtC COLLAR "
S U13U STUZET.
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER!
f Site axdDouhU B&y Oxrnai,
Concord axd iltle Hxrnat
Pltxxtatien. Bciptas rf cdltoris,
Btditg Bridles, SidrCa, Wlfrs
CtTefkg iilers. Steam Fifts
Saves 25 per Cent, of Fuel
?SICE EEDUfJEDTO S7.50 BEL.
THEO. H. OAVIES.
And crery SecriMrj for SUb! ue at;
BED BOCK PEICES FOB CASH.
C- Efjtlrir! of rrrrj ietoSftlm done fa tie beet
All H"ert GaaraaUcd or ExriaBrei.
AOOK FOR THE BIG COULAB I 80S
. PEE FOREST UUEEF.
QCBT SITGAB 15 33 LB. BOXEV
Brail, roraikbr EOLLES ilu
Haalneoai XAfb In Ancient Rcoae
Of rssaufactories on a larce scale there were
few in Rome, thoogh sotae of the most protai
rcut nobles owned factories in Italy and the
proxinces. Even the emperors did not dis
dain to te interested m ventures of this kind.
M. Anrelics inherited from his mother im
mense brick-factories ; ami CTcn now bricks
are found bearing the name ofCn. Domitius
Tnlluts the Emperor's great grandfather by
adoption. Another Kmperor, rerlinai, for
three years conducted a felt factory in Ligu
rix As senators were forbidden to engage in
trade, tho Emicror had recourse to the usual
expedient to lafie the law. He set in busi
ness trusty freedtaen and slaves who disposed
of his manufactures. Other senators owned
potteries or worked mines and quarries.
But though great quantities of merchandise
were supplied by theso factories, and the finer
fabrics were imported rcady-mada from the
East, most manufactured articles were pro
duced on a small scale in tho city itself. It
was truly a bee-hire of artisans and mechan
ics. Bakers, tailors, shoemakers, carpenters,
smiths, dyers, tanners, fullers, potters, masons,
carvers, and a host of others here busily plied
their trades and earned a molest livelihood.
Of shoemakers there were five or sir varieties.
Even the sculptor restricted himself to one
branch of his art. There were artists who
produced cniyGcsu or Victories nay, some
whose sole occupation was to insert eyes into
statues mado by others. Two statues have
been found in which the bodies were exact
duplicates, though one was surmounted br
the head of Augustus, the other by that of
Agrippa. Some sculptors, therefore, kept on
hand a supply of ready-made bodies, for
which heads were made to order. Of course,
the price of work so produced was very low,
and a respectable life-sized statue of marble
or bronze could begot for 26 to 31, at a
time when from 2,000 to 6,000 was paid for
a Phidias or Scopas.
Jo doubt many of the mechanics and trades
men of Borne were slaves ; but that a large
number were free citizens must be inferred
from the number and importance of their col
legia, or guilds. Their establishment reaches
back into hoary antiquity, for they are said to
have bevn founded by Jfuma Pempilius. They
were associations with corporate rights, whose
aim was not only to further tho business
interests of their members, but also to provide
them with congenial amusements. Not only
each trade had its guild, but sometimes each
branch of a trade. For instance, there were
not only goldsmith and silversmith guilds, but
also a guild of ringmakers. Of their influence
on business life we have no detailed know
ledge. Thev all worshipped Minerva, the
goddess of mechanical arts, whose festival
UIrch 19 to 23) they scrupulously kept;
but, besides, each guild had soma special
patron, whose feast was celebrated by them
with much pomp and display. The bakers,
for instance, were the special wards of Vesta,
the goddess of the hearth-fire; and on her
feast (Jute 9) they marched faith in proces
sion, accompanied by their asses, which were
adorned with garlands of flowers and loaves
The expenses of the artisan wr-re nnfc nrr
larg. fr living at Kome was cheap. Frcra
an edict of the Emperor Diocletian, which
seems to give the maximum prices of labor
and merchandise, Firbiger has conjectured
mas me snop rent cost Iron. 12 to IG annu
man mechanic was from 20 to 26 and board.
ine annual costot food be computes at 5,
and of clothing at 3 per head. The prices of
the mechanic's product ere correspondicglv
low, as appears from the following items :
I telt nat, Is.; I pair mans gaiters, 2s.; 1
pair woman's gaiters, I5d.; 1 pair shoes, Is.
6L; I pair man's sandals, 13d.; 1 pair slip
pers, 15d.t-l tunic, 3 10s. to 7 10 b.; 1
toga, ! t 10. YTe must not forget to men
tion thaf a shave could be had at the most
uunionable shop for 2d.
When their earnings were so exceedingly
racderate, mechanics were cot likely to be
come millionaires. But even under the most
adverse circumstances Fortune will smile on
her favorites. Of theso was Juvenal's barber.
Much to the disgust of the poet, whoso beard
he had rasped in early manhood, he finally
rivalled the richest Senators in wealth. Plinv
tells the story of an ugly hunch-backed slave,
Clesippus by name, and a fuller by trade. At
an auction sale of his master's effects, ho
was thrown in with a candlestick that was
sold to a widow. He gained the favor of his"
mistress, became her heir, and bloomed out
into a millionaire. Thereafter the candle
stick was the principal deity in his chapel.
But, apart from these favorites of fortune,
the artisans of Home had a hard struggle for
existence. They not only labored and toiled
at their trades, but neglected no opportunity
to turn an honest penny by other expedients.
Our modtm distiller at times keeps cows, and
sells swill milk, it is said ; at Kome every
baker utilUed his bran by keeping hogs, and
these, roaming through the streets of tho
metropolis, formed a pleasing feature in the
landscape, and diffused aa exceedingly fra
grant aroma. As we find now and then a
barber who trains canaries to distract his vic
tims and to put a few extra dollars into his
purse, so the barbers, cobblers, and tailors of
Borne educated crows and magpies. Some of
these birds have become historical. Under
Tiberius, a raven trained by a cobbler flew to
the roeta every day and croaked out the name
of the emperor and of his nephews, Druses
and Germaniccs. A neighboring tradesman
killed the. bird through spite ; he could not
have fared worse had. he killed its owner.
Ho was expelled from the ward and then
assassinated, while the murdered pet was
borne to solemn burial by two blackamoors.
A craw was the heroine cf a leas tragical
story- Its master hail drilled it to sav, " Hail
Ca?sar, victorious Emperor t" in the hope that
Augustus would pay a handsome price for so
rajai a Dim. uiten, wneo the scootar proved
tupid, the cobbler growled out, "I have loft
my time and my trouble." At last, the bird's
education being finished, it was taken to the
Emperor. It shrieked, "Hail Caesar!" most
enthusiastically, but to no purpose; Angus
tun obstinately refused to buy the bird. At
last, as if conscious of the situation, the crow
croaked out, in disgust, "I have lost mr time
and my trouble." It was at once installed in
tie palace, and the cobbler went home rejoic
ing. The Roman tradesman was an object of
sccrn to the wealthier classes, and the butt cf
iceirjcifii. .tie was charged with ignorance,
knavery, and filthy habits. The fishmongers
were taunted with wiping theirnoses on their
sleeves, and the tanners reproached for find
ing no offensive smell in the money which they
earned by their unsavory industry. Xo doubt
there was some truth in these accusations.
Still all the mechanics of the Seven Dills were
f. lmm being unlearned; some evidently
;."u ior on me walls ot tneir shops
lines from Virgil, Ovid, and- other poets are
found by the modern explorer.
For the most part, the shops adjiined the
dwellings, and men of the same trade often
dwelt next to each other in the same street
Professor C. G. Iftrlmumx.
country may be bi-rnetalic or mono-metalic, a L.
suita the pleasure of Secretary Sherm
Consequently the Treasury has the option
paying all demands against the United SU
of whatever name or nature either in goli
tilver. " '
Jfo Wanucr Thoy Lose Them, j
Any one who notices tho inviting poc
and tempting purses ladies offer to entcrri
Ing thieves, docs not wonder that cases wl
women lose mt-ucy through the kindly oS
of light fingered gentlemen are coma
Ladies seem to have a delightful confide)
that is extremely refreshing, in their aU'
to handle morey. A couple of ladies in 5
York, m Friday, drew S20.000 from a b
intending to give it to a broker, who wal
invest the money ia bond. The lady cared ,
put the money in an envelop and careft
put the envelop in a pocket, although, wl
pocket the lady cannot recollect. Xow w
lady could drivo down Broadway with
looking at the shop windows, and what 1
looking at the shop windows could resist
temptation to go insidet The two ladies v
into Arnold, Constable & Go's store
shopped. Then they went to the broki
were a man with such a sum in his possess
would have gone first. Xow it will alir .
paralyze our readers with astonishment
know that " when they got there the cupbo.
was lore," or ia other woids the cash
gone. Five thousand dollars reward is offe
for it, " It's all right," says tho femin
loser, who, by the way, is very rich, "
cause my name is on the envelop and
finder will know just where to bring i
This shows her deep sight into human natc
and we assue her that it is a blessing that t
took the precaution to put her nanio on the
velop for the convenience of the " finder."
horrid man would never have thought of si
On tho upper end of Gratiot avenue a lit
old man keeps a sort of a grocery and not
store, and a few dars ago a citizen wanted
buy him out, enlarge the building and csb
lish a first-clars store. The old man exprcst
his willingness to sell, and inventoried
stock at S3S. This wasn't his price for va
ting, however. AVbca ho came to make figu
he wanted 5300.
" But your old dried herrings, jumping-jat
and jimcracks only figure up S33," protesi
" Yes, I know; but I must have somethi
for the good w ill of this business ," said
"Good will ! How much do your sales an
age per day ?"
" Well, about Sl.50."
"And you want over ?250 for tha gc
" But, you must remember," calmly o
served tho old maD, "that it has taken
over five years to work np my gales to whi
they are now. For the first three years I
here I didn't sell thirty cents worth a d:
I've built up a bocra in this neighborhood, a
I'm not going to give it away to a strangei
not until my rheumetix is wuss ! Please cro
in behind the stove and give this womai
chance to buy a darning needle."
Petroleum In Tfpa Valley.
C. Cntler has a mountain ranch on E
Uce, ci,;ut miles northwest of Xapa, a
while working out a slide on a road on tl
ranch some two months ago, ho rolled ou
chunck of blue clay, weighing some fi
pounds, that was saturated with iwtroleu
This set him to thinking and he investigai
further. Below the surface and for a distal
of twenty feet along the bank ho found I
day and decomposed rock, as well as the a
impregnated with oil ; there were traces ol
ia various places ia the neighborhood, and
was found standing on the surface of the wa'
ia the creek above. Mr. Cutler then wcnt
Saa Francisco and got an oil expert, who b
formerly lived at Oil Centre, Pa., to examr
the premises. This gentleman, after careful
inspecting tho place, declared that the indie
tions were of tho lest, and that ho waswillii
to stake his repetition ou tho statement tli
there was oil there ia large bodies. Wheth
this is the case or no we shall soon know, i
stei are being taken to work the prospect.-
PAIlIisIAX AXD AJIEIUCAX
DRESS MAKING ROOM!
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., Up Stain, i
"fItS. POOIVE "VOTJTJ RESPECT
J-L FULLY call the attention of Ladies to ier n
Superior System of Keasnrin? and Cuttini
WbJcn cannot fail to too necesearr eaxe and cr
so essential tn attia; emy ajnre.
SPECIAL ATTENTION WILL BE GIVE
Mourning, "Wedding and
LADIES" RIDING HABITS A SPECIALTY.!
Litest Pori.toa and other leading Fashion Public:
tion on hand for easterners' rehrence. ' tl
Crr-Ocders from the other Islands wilt recetie pnioi
attention. 4 se ir jr
WATER PIPES ! f
PARTIES IS WAST OP GAIVASIXE!
FlpioftoUroafrom the new Mains, will do w
An nnn r . r n 1
ou.uuu reei or baivanizea npirc
Oa hand. Jost BecefTdex-Alatr'.ihl
and con offer i: at
The GoTerniaeztt of Foreign Silver.
In the Green- cf Sot. 5th, we reprinted
from the "ew York Journal cf Omtnrm an
account of a case then pendirg In the United
States Circuit Court in that city in which the
valuations which should bo set by the Cus
toms authorities cn foreign silver was the
question at issue. Since that time the case
has been decided in favor of the Collector of
the pert of "ew York, the defendant in the
case. The judge in rendering his decision
took the ground that there can be no inquiry
into the method pursued by the Director of the
Mint in determining the value of the Mexican
silver dollar, inasmuch as the Secretary of
the Treasury has proclaimed the value esti
mated by the Director to be the value for the
pcrpceea of collecting Customs duties. The
Mint Director, in this case, compared the ifer
ican silver dollar, as pure silver, with." the
American silver dollar, which was made a
legal tender in IS7S. He reported the value
as one dollar and one and five-tenths cent.
Importers claimed that the value of the pure
silver in the Mexican dollar should be estima
ted by comparison with the American gold
dollar, in which case the value of the Mexican,
dollar would be S ( cents. The ruling of the
Court would indicate that Congress has so leg
islated that the standard of currency of tha
THE LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURESj
By tii "Mcrro Caaee,Jast tu hxzd. we hare metre,
a FqH liat o j
EOUSE PLUMBING MATEEIALS
Earth Closets, Cast Iron Sinks,
Enameled Cast Iron Wasbatands,
Marble tops and Basins for Washstands
with Corks and Chains for same,
Hose Bibb Cocks,
Sewer and Sink Traps, Urinals,
Kitchen Slop Sinks, Sink Plugs, j
Light Cast iron Soil Pipe, 2, 3 & 4 inch!
All Work in the Above Line
Will txUitt&td to witl dapatciu Also,Jcat f
.U JUiuf, a W lot cf
UNCLE SAM RANGE,
Three different Scrle, of four sixes each. AUo,
Opera, May, Quartette and Ting. Hot
Together with th j
Cotton Plant, Sunny South
Magna Charta, Osceola,
Demand, Buck's and
Charter Oak Stoves.
SUPERIOR FRENCH. RANGES, I
Tar Prime YxtzSHeSr or Hoiefi.
Ships' and Schooners' Cabooses,
Laundry Stoves, Kerosene Stoves
xr I UL ASK IS 5bU Or
ANYTHING IX THE ABOVE LINE
CO OBSESn TO
JT.B In arlerin; Stoves thranl the man. and le.ii
Ug ate mailer of cimle to oa. please stato Cmit. so4 tho
oamOer of ptopfe yoo wun to cooi f.r.
HoooMa. Jane M. 133. J3, I
BEST AMERICAN f
STEAM ANDWATER PIPE!
UTeTOlSdcaaUieattcnUon of tho rreaixinr Ptolaxi
to oar latitats: of
154,000 Feet On Hand I
VtlirtSuxm. Ttye U to 7 fa. dimeter.
GilTSiized Wiwr Pipe K to 3 in. diameter. E
Tho above otaioderato Prices. Jl
THE HONOLULU IEOH WOBXS COMFTQ
30-1 3m i
Goldea Gate Extra Fatally Flonx.
I?3C-J-AXx" LASTS Jr,- THIS IJAT.
P3 BOIXES Co.
. Wo take the following intercstinc account ot the
installation ceremonies of Hawaiian Lodge, Jfo. 21
F. JtA.M,on tho evening of the 27th ult., from
the SvttnUy PrM ol th 1st inst:
The HawaiHa Ijm So. 21 of F. A A. M.
held their annovl metlnR on St. John s Day,
wh-n the fottowins oMwrs were installed and
invested for the en.alns nwsonio year : W cjshtp
fal Brother D.K.Ktfe. W.1U P. Jones,
G. E. Howe, J. W., P. A. haefer, Trrasnrer. J. &
Smithies. Secretory. Kobert Moje, !.' I
Hopper, J. U- Kev. A. Mackintosh, Chaplain, and
T. Tannatt, Tjler.
The Lodfio was dulr opened at 7M r. M for the
disoitch of masonic huxinesa. which occupied but
a few minutes, after which the doors were opened
... Ih. ..m..r.M14 PSMlS that llSll beVA illTllM tO
witafor the first time in Honolulu, a "public
iuitalUtioiu" The ladies of whom there were
about nitty preaent, were escorted to the seats
allotted to them by the members of the Lode,
and a few miuntes after S o'clock the ISettriiu;
Master, ltev. A. Mackintosh, announced the object
of tho meeting. Ho then handed tho gavel to
v..t Af..tir Haunrwhahad kindlv consented
to twrform the duties of Installing Master, asaist
... .. . , . . ,i t, in.
eu Dy t ost aiosier
Before proceeding to install the officers elect
T.jt M.tr lla-tftinwr remarked :
" lodtrs amJ fietee RrttXrt: To-day, as in
the far distant past the mysteries of masonic art
are veiled in allegory and illustrated by symlwU ;
ml H. .n nnl.r. its intent to faithfullv and honor
ablv discharge all the duties imposed by its obli-
gations. ansnllieu uy mercenary ihoiitco vz oy
01 of aimlause from the world, it rerhsrw tho
chief and one ot the best reasons for continuing
to ohield its workings from tha public gazr. And
yet, it is pleasant in such seasons as these, to bo
permitted to draw aside partially, the veil, and
find seated within the walls of our temple, thox
whJ are dear to us as friends, and doubly welcome
a. tmrsts and whoso nreaence ran onlv serve to
t imomisk ns, that as we continue firm and stead-
last in tho principles ot our veneraoie oruer, so
shall e be the more worthy of your friendship,
vour confidence and your love. In masonry, as tn
all other institutions intended for good govern
ment, there are those who are appointed to rule
and those, whose duty it is to obey. The brethren
who have been selected to fill the offices of honor
iu this lodge tor the coming year, are all tried and
true, and hare shown their faith by their works in
the post. And should any in the labor ot the
coming season grow faint and eary, 1 feel assured
that tha memorv of this occasion and ot those who
have kindlv consented to be present as their wit
netfes, will but serve to strengthen them anew for
the work ot their several stations."
Wor. liro. D. K. Fyfe was then presented as the
Master elect, and Dubliclr installed in the Chair.
On conclusion of this impressive part of the cere-
- ,1 . ..... ..T .... .NitRmt;n,rnTn"ni
admirably rendered by Mrs. Bowler, Misses Smith
ies and Clarke, Messrs. More, Buchanan, Astra orth
and Fishbouroe. The Wardens were then installed,
after which followed the "Larboard Watch" by
Mrs. Pierce and Mr. It. More. The investment of
Secretary and Treasurer was succeeded bjr tha
trio " Ye SheDhenis tell me " bv Messrs. More.
Buchanan and Fishboorne, and that of tha l)ea-
consbythe song of "Nazareth" carefully rend
ered bv Mr. E. C. Fishbourne. The newlv elscted
W. M. mode a brief and pithy address, more par
ticularly to the ladies, who graced the hall with
their presence. He nrged them to join the broth
erhood, or rather to come as near to it as the Con
stitution ot Masonry wilt permit. He alluded to
the "Order of the Eastern Star" which had on
its roll many ladies in the United States and Great
The Grand Marshal, Worshipful Brother Allen,
then saidt "Brother Schaefer, our Lodge has
deputed to me the very, pleasant duty of express
ing to you their appreciation of the very faithful
manner in which von have performed the dnties of
Treasurer of the Lodge for the past fourteen years.
It is well known that no institution can flourish
or do much good without funds, therefore it is es
sentially important tnat tne treasurer 01 an in
stitution like oars should be a man of good morals,
true and trusty, and have the full conrldenco of all
his brethren. That you have this, yoar re-election
and re-installment for the fifteenth consecntive
year to this honored and trust orthy position, fully
Brother Schaefer, you have seen our Lodga
grow from a small beginning to the large and in
fluential bocvit now 1st and oar small room to
this fine large building, and this Fpacious room.
JOSliy to yon oeiong3 some ui &e creuii u. utuig-
in? our Lodge to its present good position: vour
faithful care of our "sinews of war" has greatly
assisted to tnis consummation.
Therefore, in behalf of your brethera of Hawa
iian Lodge, I present you with this clock, as a
token of their regard for you as a brother, and
appreciation of yon as an otneer.
May this time-piece never mark the time, when
other than the present gratifying prosperity exists
In our beloved Order."
Brother Allen then uncovered a handsome black
marble drawing-room clock and presented it to
Rmt-iti irT-Ti in renlv. that a., mch
presents were not customary in Masonry, he was
totally unprepared to make a fitting reply. How
ever, he appreciated the gift and he would through
out his Ufa regard it as one of his most valuable
paeuions. He fully expressed his gratitude for
lois special mara o. ia.ur suuwu iu uwi, nuu
cordially thanked the donors for their generosity.
Than followed the more agreeable and apprecia
tive mrt of theceremonv. to the ladies at least.
vizt donoinu. The chairs were rapidly cleared
and the spacious hall transformed into a beautiful
ball room, and thirty-four couples took their
places for the first "Quadrille." The dancing
was continued till the small hours ot the morning.
Tha music was supplied bv Mr. Bercer and his
excellent Band. Our thanks are due to the Hawaii
an Lodge for the kind invitation extended to us,
to witness the installation, and we congratulate
the promoters on the novel idea of " waiving all
ceremony " and admitting the ladies. We wish
the brethren a "Happy Masonic Year."
NEW DRUG STORE
OS STJCASL STItEET.
HolUster tfc Oo.
I. - -
$6,000 . ,a,k 000
DRY GOODS, FANCY bODS, CLOTHING;
CENTS' FURNISHNC GOODS,
ALL DIRECT FROM SEW YORK, FHLADELPHIA. AND EUROPE.
POPULAR PRICES AND SQUARE DEALING!
T ,1 nnbll- to examine mv Magnificent Stock of Korean Amcriein -J "ch 1.
without question tho
Lanrcst and Best-Selected Stock :n tlio l-ny 01 uonoiulo.
.1 a-.'. if rwi-'iv FlllRIVMUo positively lower than are charged b
lac; off: ;
Don't be Deceived, Come and limine for Yonrselves.
EXAMINE MY BEAUTIFUL ASKUTMEST OF
Dry Goods, Underwear, Hosiery, Fancy Goods, Triirimings, (nothing
q "Pnmishme Goods.
tS- CENTS' NEW CLOTHING AT CREAT BARCAINS.-
ImviteacnrefultaspecUonofmytJoodsandl-rices. KO TltOUBLE TO SHOW GOODS. Order,
from the country carefully executed.
CJtLAS. J. Jt-ton nil.
CALIFORNIA ONE PRICE BAZAR,
iuiisck Fuirr asi iiuti.liitiu
WHAT SHALL WE CiYE
Don't let this question bother yon any lonter. Come
68 and 03 Fort Street.
MAKE YOUR SELECTION
FROM THE LARGEST AXD
MOST COMPLETE STOCK
1.1 THE IU.NUIIOH.
Merry Christmas, girls and boys,
Santa Clans with team and toys
Now has started on his way
With his over-loaded sleigh.
I THE ATTEHTIOH OF THE JUflUGr
To the Fact that they hare
Opened at their Old Stand
So. 83 Xanana Street, a Fall Line of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, DYE STDFFS,
BR UG GISTS' SUNDRIES,
THE CELEBRATED CELLULOID
THE LARGEST AXD MOST
Complete Assortment of Perfumery
IIT TIIE CITT.
THE PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT
Ii fs chsrxe of a Prarreacenti.t of Ir- experience,
ttoroozhij competent sad reliable.
r-precriplIoB compoonded at ail boars of day or
SIGHT BCLLUVTTIC FRUXT DOOR.
DOXT FAIL TO EXAMIXE OCR
23 ct. Table, 50 ct. Table, $1 Table.
Our Goods ire all ew and Freh.Jiot jon will be
uled to paj no more for them than others will k 70a
to pay for old stock.
FINEST ASSORTMENT OF
Beautiful Largo Chromos,
Paintings on Tin,
Picture Mats a Easels
A IX XCW HTTUCM.
Ot e.ery dertriptlon made to order from a larre aesort
aent of Floe Moolding. jaet receired. All kind, ot
Of every description always in atock and tor sale
AT PRICES WHICH DEFY C
"-.EO. F. WELLS,
65 ana 6 fort lStru
THEO. H. DAYIES
UFFER.1 FOR SALE
Tlae O argoes
CITY OF MADRID AXD OBEROX,
(IflH Dny Paac)
JUST KDO s:L3sri
ConlitiD of the aal aeortmrnt of
DEY GOODS & CLOTHING
Galvanized Iron Roofing and Fence Wire,
Portland Cement (While's),
Fire Bricks, Blue Mottled Soap,
Best Welch Steam Coal,
Galvanized Iron Ware,Siddlery,
3 pair Mirrlees, Tait A Watson's Centrifugals,
Wines, Liquors, Ac Ac tc
To Arrive per LIZZIE IREDALE
due i ntcr.JiriEn,
60 Tons Railroad Iron, T Rail,
Hoofing Slates, 4c. 4c
S3I THEO. II. DAYIES.
BY THE LATEST AEKIVALS
mini has ii itast iMo
WE ILVATJ ItECKITvD A luVHGE
addition to onr former stock of Shin Chandler..
chip Qtores, Provisions, ac- JLcn which siT aa the
Greatest Assortment of Goods
Kept on theso Islands, all of which still be sold at the
Lowest Market iTices, as osoal. Oor friends aod the
public generally are reepectlally Invited to examine.
3 613 IIOLLES CO.
PAINTS AXD OILS.
TUMTIC LEAD IS P.tCUAUEJIOF JTO
Zinc White. Habbsck Lead,
lloiled l'alnt OU In balk and in 5 rollnn dnsss,
A fait assortment Fancy Color Paints.
019 BOLLF t-gU, ' '-
Castor Oil 3 and S rsjlon i- f KnIrvJ.
tort to a
of T n
' tho Tr
' Lord 1
- re lory
BOLLES A CO.
F OR S ALB!
OX TH E IXSTALLMEXT PLAX,
THREE COTTAGES AND LOTS
OX I.UXALir.O STREET.
2e- Small PaymenU tn Adraao. rUIance to Salt
Foreaaser.. Ooe Cottrje already train by R. W. Oran
nisattdradrfarocca?aacy Tha others are now belnrl
bailt. Each Cotta. contaias foor nice rooms, both
room and detached kitchen.
w lxia AA ator 1rx cl on.
as. rtiRitrx. b. MjCool
THK JtEMBETtS COMPniSIXf!
"tkc Kekaha Saear Coeipsray, loeatI at K.kapa,
Wimea.KaaJi. are Carl Inber-'. Otio Isabtrz.W.
Brede. Geo. X. Wlicor. A. S. Wilcox, S. W. Wilcnx ant
Pant Isenberz; all rei-ii.-on the I. land of Kansf.
i U KEKAHA SrGAR COMPAXT.
YUCCA BOILER COVERING
Pmtentd Jaonorr 19, 1866.
TIa been Tletnrion orer all other derlcea for toirerlnr
bfrilen with which tl hi been bnrahl Into compete
tloa, both In Ennrpe and America, for the pat twelve
yrar". ndored hr the Scitijfr American and LomJo
EagiAttrisg everjwh'r a brio? the bet .Non-conductor,
the moajt Sellable, the mott cmomIcaL
TheA!rSpe ha mechanical deriee The old
method of cover in? boilere, team and other hot plpc
was totmearacnatinirof pluteroTer the botiers and
Eipe. and directly In cod tact with the hot arfaeet.
orara oo H.sre temcbea that any compound thoa applied
will looa lure the life burnt oat of ft, and that tb ex
paniMj and enntraction of the metal over which It Is
atarL, will us It to loxen and crack, aothat It
will, after a time, fall off. Boidea thl, ezpetlence hat
prored that the llx? and other coapennd ued for tbla
purpose, when applied direct to the boiler anrfacea,
corrodea the boiler to aa to my lojare them.
The Air Space tern a twofold pvrpoce; firft it pro
Tide a etratum of air entirely arnnod the boiler, which
la the bet known nn-cond actor of heat. Second. It
proTides a arface which 1 entirely Independent of the
boiler anrface upon which the coTcrioff compoand U
placed, and tht tQrfacc btlne formed of wire cloth of
JHoch mnh, fornUhe a plendid meaat of ellnchlac
or raatenlo; the eompoond anrand the boiler.
The wire pace la aapponed at ths irec of aa inch or
mere from the boiler or hot pipe by taetal ttsd placed
cloae tozexher. aotlmiheexpanafon or coo traction of
the boiler or pipe anrand which it I placed will not af
fect the outride cortrrin j. becaae the etad aHowe a
rnffident movement withnnt dltnrbin; tha larroocd
iox wire and cover.
Experience and practical imU have demomtrated
beyond a doabt that the radiation pr teat from a boiler
nrronnded by the Air Space " and Ita coTet-s. Ia lea
than that from a boiler catered with any of the other
well known boiler coteringf; coBea,nently there Is a
greater ari nvj of faeL
In proof of what ts aU about the raperiority of th
CluInieriwSjMrnce Air Space, see SeUtUiie JjaHca.
Dec 1, 1577, and Zomdon EtgituerUg, Jafj XZ, 1S77.
G. C FOWLER, Sol Owner for Piclae Coast,
H. HACKFELO St, CO.. Agents,
FASHI0Na4BLEA DRESS MAKING!
MBS. D. B. GBLT7XN
Wishes to Inform the ladle of Honoialc that the hat
re-opened a Cbfldren and Ladles Fahioabk Ires
MikScr department Utiie rear of her JltlltDcry Ktorn
ltXIFortlSLreet. Dretsea trlnimed In the latest andaost
approred stjlcs. B9 ssa
Kizeh a non iiscii to s ixciieh. fob
DOLLES A CO.
ri i.i. AfwxiBTncsr or mzkh runs
. six thread to lire Inch.
BOLLES A CO.
HEMP CORDAGE. AND BOLT HOPE.
A ?f AViORTMKMT or (IIZEH TBOM 3 1-3
Inch to S Inch. Al, Sponjarn, Selalar, Batlla.
Hooseline, Uarline, RiaadiBr, dt-c.
BIS BOLLES A CO.
BLOCKS AND MAST HOOPS.
Fatext irtox TrtrrKT iilocmh.
Vrtalliclron strapped Bioeks, Patent B..tlt.
I'UIn Boshln;, a fall a.ortment of slies.
SIS IIOLLES A CO.
PniKnAXKK- MID IMI1A. S Jt l.lfc.
each. Batter In Jars and Kfzs. Cores.. CaM
Assorted Table rralu. Canned Meats, Jam. and J.ilteo,
Ilonoy la HUs.. Pickle. Ke,:. or Pickles, Vegetables.
Kers of Piz Pork f,r family ne. Bar. of Coffee, l hesu
and I'addies of Finest Tea, bardine. in or and hf boxes.
Vermicelli, Maces run I, Crackers in ..fiery. Cob. b.jrar.
KeKSa-ar. BOLLES t CO.
SMjOn BltCAO 1.1 rtKEH A.ir BUXCS.
nfallom bread, hoda Ciackers In cases. Soda Crack
era in Boxes and Tins, Erg Jarablee. Bassaa Cakea,
Ac, Ac BOLLES A CO.
EXTRA MESS HEEF.
L ?m EATrn.t extha
L for Sale by
BOLLES A CO
HAMS AND BACON.
JrST AT II A.I D. For Dal by
2 BIS BOLLES Jt CO
PEB LTBCUA TO IRniTE, AX ADDI
tlonai Suck of General Merchandise.
2 818 BOLLES A CO.
POTATOES AND ONIONS.
RECEIVED PER CITY or XEVV YORK,
the Finest Lot In Ike Market.
1 (US BOLLES A CO.
GOLDEN GATE FLOUR
A KEITH EXTRA. EXTRA FA MILT IX
qaarter and baJf socks.
Eldorado r lour In qaarter socks.
Corn Meal. Oil Meal. Cracked Wheat In 10 lb
bars, received direct from th. Mills every moalh,
andwarraaud fresh, aad of th Lest qaolltv.
2 ds BOLLES A CO.
rf ntnrtEi-x rurau rALiroBxiav
3tJ Lime Jost receired,
Ziii BOLLES A CO
'trroa the other Isliada pii tS'
jroraanrrr -j TCI 15 BOLLES" S CO", f W " '