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Svprom. Covrt of the Hawaiian lalmitda
Is be, Xei Kajiabatta; Application tob
Btfon lift CkbjHtltcr. Opinion ct ( Cort.
It appcan, lliat in Dec. 1670, on the arrival
of a number of Gilbert Ialandera to tbe Board
of Immigration, a married couple among them,
Ti Tan and Toana from Apaianc gave their
daughter to a Hawaiian woman, Kealoha and
her husband, Makanni. The Gilbert Islanders
nnderstood that they were binding their child
for three years, or until their icdcntnre of la
bor here should expire, and it Tvas so inter
preted to them by a Hawaiian named Kaikala
mbo had learned tbe language.
The Hawaiian foster-parents nnderstood
that the child tos given to them absolutely.
The Secretary cf the Board of Immigration so
understood the bargain and had it so inter
preted to the people through a Mr. Holland,
bo is not now in this Kingdom, and cannot
give his evidence.
The parents left soon after for a residence
en the Kilauca Plantation on Kanai, and only
returned to Honolnln a week. ago. On going
to where their child was, they ibnnd that the
Hawaiian foster-parents woold not sorrender
her, and also that the child was unwilling to
go back to them. The llawaiiana demanded to
be paid back $300, as their expense for main
taining the child daring these three years.
Tbe father, Ti Tan then applied to this Court
for a Writ of Habeas Corpus, and the child was
produced in Conrt and a hearing was had. The
child appears to have been well cared for,
clothed aDd educated by her foster-parents, is
happy with them, speaks the Hawaiian lan
guage fluently, and assumed to have forgotten
her native tongue, but it was evident that she
still nnderstood it. Her long residence with
her foster-parents, having had no communi
cation with her own parents meanwhile, has
caused the child's affections to be thoroughly
alienated from her parents, who, however,
profess strong love for their child, which is
apparently sincere, and are very desirous that
she return with them to their native land.
It is the custom among tho Gilbert Islanders
to lend their children to friends but not to give
them by adoption of other parents, and on
marriage, however young, the parents ccaso
to have control over their daughter. Xo articles
of adoption were made in this case.
Iam clear that in the absence of an adop
tion in writing according to our law, tho pa
rents have not parted with their right of cus
tody over their child.
Should I then grant the Writ and remand
the child to the custody of her parents to lie
taken back to the Gilbert Islands.'
Chancellor Kent says, Tho father may ob
tain tho custody of his children by tho Writ of
Habeas Corpus, when they are improperly
Gciainea irom mm; lui mc uourts, litli ot law
and equity, will investigate the circumstances
and accordinr: to sound discretion, and will
not always and of course interfere npon Ha
beas Corpus and take a child, though under
H years of age, from the pofsession of a third
person and deliver it over to the father against
the will of the child." Thoy will consult the
inclination of an inlant, if it be of snflicicntly
mature age to judge for itself and and even
control the richt of the father to the possession
and edncation of his child, when the nature of
me case appears to warrant it." 2 Kent s
It is a general principlo also, that the Court
is not bound to deliver the child into tho ens.
tody of a claimant, or of anv other nerson: hot
may leave it in such custody as the welfare of
tne cnua at me lime, appears to require; and
in au cases it tne cuuu Has arrived at tho age
ui uikcrcuou, it win ie permuted io elect in
whose custody it will remain, provided its
choice, under tho circumstances, does not. in
the opinion of the Court, lead to an improper
custody." Kurd nabcas Corpus, p. 4C1.
It has been well said that the " Welfare of
the infant is tho -polar star by which tho dis-
cieiion oi toe fjoun 18 to VQ guided. Id. C32.
When the parent has voluntarily parted with
tho custody and scekB to recover"! t, if his right
to recover it be doubtful orthc assertion of the
claim wculd be inequitablo to others or inju
rious to the child, or if no legal right to tho
custody be preferred by any one, the reason
able wishes of the child should be allowed a
controlling influence. Id. 533.
In Rexvs Del aval (3 Burr. 1136) Lord Mans
field said, " The Courtis bound ex dtlito jusli.
tiac to set the infants free from an imnroner n.
strain!; but they aro not liound to deliver them
over to anvbodr or cive them anv nrivile "
The Court must judge foritBclf as to whether
tne child is capablo ot exercising a sound dis
cretion and there ia no arbitrary and fixed ago
at which a child's inclination is to be consult,
ed, and I find that infants havo been allowed
to exercise their, discretion from nine years
old and upwards. Chief Justice Shaw said in
Tool vs. (iott, U Law Iteports 209, "There is
BO doubt that the father is prima facie entitled
to tho custody of his child. But this is not an
absolute right. It may bo controlled by other
considerations. If unable or unlit tu take
charm of the child and educate itin a suitable
manner, the Court will not interfere to tako
the child from tho care of persons who aro lit
nu auie to maintain ana educate it properly."
This was a case in whieh lho rlnl.l w.i
girl of 13 years, and tho Court declined to
order her from the custody of her grand.par
cnts, with whom she had been living nearly
all her life, to that cf her own father, though
in a good situation, pecuniary, domestic and
social and of good character, on tho ground
that he had permitted by his acqnicsccuco in
the child's long residence away from him, tho
affections on both sides loins engaged, and a
Btate of things to ariso which could not bo
altered without risking tho happiness aud in
terest of the child."
This case bears so closo an analogy to the
one at uar ana is irom so Ingli an authority
that I regard it as conclusive.
I am of opinion that tho infant in this case
has reached the age when she is capable of
exercising a sound discretion aud sho has
ehtwn a strong desire not to return to the
Gilbert Islands. Therefore to compel her to
do so would be at tho risk of licr happiness
and it is manifestly not to her advantage lo
I therefore decline to order her to tho ens
tody of her father. Sho may go frco.
W. IS. Castle for petitioner
Honolulu, January loth, lbS3.
A Revived Art.
Dr. A. S. I.ovett of Erie, rcnnsTlvanis. has
made a diacovcry which he considers equal to
the lost art of embalming as practiced by tho
ancient Egyptians a disrtcry by which
bodies after death may bo preserved for ages
without decomposing or tho flesh Incoming
discolored by tho lapse of time. And yet the
process is simplicity itself, and tho cxpenso
is comparatively small. A substance comHs
ed of various ingredients is placed with tho
body in a casket, from which the air has been
exhausted, and by means of electric currents
passing through wires into the interior, by the
agency of catalysis tho comnound ia eradnallv
dissolved, forming a gas which takes tho place
vi iijo vacurnu ami pcneiraies w every part ot
the object it surrounds. Its preservative qual
ity lias been successfully demonstrated by a
practical i ci i. bii weens ago on inlant, aged
eight months, diet) at tho Almshouse, and was
in the first stages of decomposition when l)r.
I.ovett obtained permission from the directors
to maKe it tne snlject ot lus hrst experiment.
After tho comse bad been exnoseil in tho
por the unpleasant odor vanished, and decay
was arrested. It is now Ivin? in an nnin
coffin at the Almshouse, cverv feaiuro nrivt
and tho color as fresh as the day on which tho
child ceased to breathe. It has been exhibited
to nearly every visitor, and many havo gone
caprvaaiy io me Aimsuouse to sec tlie body
which lias been kert intact forty days a
longer time than undertakers, with all tho in.
tricate methods in use, baio succeeded in
keeping a corpse from dissolution.
Nor is it only for undertaking purposes that
the vapor can be utilixed. It is equally ap-
I.ivuiq iu iuq 1'iuaerTBiiou oi meats, a piece
of fresh mutton was shown last summer to a
Dispatch reporter after beintr anbieeted to ,li
influence of the gas, and was then hong in a
hot room unprotected from tho air, and though
six weeks havo elapsed since then, tho mutton
is as sweet as on the dav when the ImtrK.r
Kilted me sheep. A fish, partially decayed,
and emitting a strong odor, was placed in the
rcccptacjo at tne same time, and is now in
precisely the same condition, executing that
the unpleasant scent so noticeable then cannot
be detected nothimr aavo the smell neen!i,r
to nan. Ana lucre is uoiiung in tne mixture
from which the gas is produced harmful to tho
human system. Each ingredient can be eaten
with impunity, while water charged with the
gas may be used in any quantity, and for any
length of time, without injurious results. Brit
As Am.rtne Coronation Banquet.
A coronation is always similized bv ao! nt
Imperial clemency, and in this respect tho
ukase issued by Alexander II, on tho 7th of
September, 185G, remains memorable. It
granted a comc-lcte amneatv to all the nauti
cal offenders of 1625-'26 and of the Polish re
beliion of 1631 who were still in exile or in
prison; also pardons to Press offenders, mili
tary defaulters, and to about 5,000 other indi
viduals' in goals. The Empire was entirely
exonerated from military conscription daring a
term of four years. A new and more eouiabla
assessment of the poll tax was decreed. Host
of the disabilities which weighed upon the
Jews were removed. Thousands of Crawn
serfs were manumitted and received grants of !
land. Finally, the children cf soldiers, who; j
under the former reign, bad been brought up 1
by the State to enter the army were restored
to their parents. These truly wise largesses
evoked the most cordial popular gratitude, in
somuch that the Czar began his reign as a peo
ple's darling. lie was so well aware of this
that he conceived the grandees, idea of giving
a banquet to 200,009 of bis poorer subjects
from Moscow and the adjacent villages in the
rlains around Pelrowski. Preparations were
made for this amazing feast by covering a
square mile with tables, and the tables with
hunks of beef, bread and casks of Xiross. TJn
lackily, the impatience of the guests did not
allow them to wait till the day of the dinner.
A fiagstaffhad been erected in the middle of tbe
plain, and it had been arranged that the signal
to " fall to " should be given by the hoisting of
the flag. On the evening before the day of tLe
feast, while some 20,000 mujU were loitering
round the plain snuffing the food, an English
officer named Minakoff, wishing to try if the
ropes of the flagstaff worked well, gave them
a tog and sent tho bunting flying aloft.. In
the twinkle of an eye the multitude of iMiyil
Bwooped upon the table and made a clearance.
o horde of famished wolves could have done
the work better. Beef, bread, beer, every
thing went, and when these were gone tho
wooden dishes were carried off also. Tho
Czar laughed when he was told of the matter.
" Well, well, so long as they enjoyed them
selves that is all I wanted. But we must give
something to poor Minakoff. I am sure he
mast have feared that they were going to eat
him also." London Times.
How to Raise a Colt.
A colt is regarded as an encumbrance be
cause he is useless until be arrives at a suit
able age for work, but it really costs very
little, compared with his value to raise a colt.
When tho period arrives at which the colt can
do service the balance sheet will show iu his
favor, foryoung horses always command good
prices if they are sound and well broken. One
of the difficulties in the way is tho encum.
brance placed on tho dam, which interferes
with her usefulness on the farm, especially if
the colt is foaled during the early part of
spring. Some farmers have their colts foaled
in the fall, this is open to objections. Io the
first place spring is the natural time, for then
tho grass is beginning to grow, and nataro
seems to have provided that most animals
should bring forth their young in a season be.
yond the reach of severe cold and with suf
ficient lime to grow and be prepared for the
following winter. Again when a coll is foaled
in the fall he mnst pass through a period of
several months' confinement in tho stable
without exercise, or else bo more or less chill,
ed with cold from time to time. Should this
happen, the effect of any bad treatment will be
attcrward manifested, and no amount ot atten
tion can elevate the colt to that degree of
hardiness and soundness of body that belong
to a spring colt. Besides, a colt foaled in the
spring w,ill outgrow ono foaled in the fall An
objection to spring colts may be partially over
come by ploughing in the fall, or keeping tho
brood marcs for very light work, with tho
colts at liberty to accompany them always. A
colt needs but very little fecting if the pasture
ia good and there is water running through it.
Ho needs then only a small feed of oats at
night no corn and if ho is given hay it is not
necessary to give him a full ration. What he
will consume from tho barn will not bo one
third his value whcif he is threo years old,
and if ho is welt bred tho gain is greater.
When a farmsr raises his horses heknows their
disposition, constitution, and capacity. It is
tho proper way to get good, sound scrvicablo
horses uu tho farm. It should not bo over
looked that a celt must be tenderly treated
from birth, and must be fondled and bandied
as much as possible. He should never hear a
harsh word, but should bo taught to havo
confidence in everybody he sees or knows.
This is an easy matter if his training begins
from the time he is a day old. Ho can be thus
gradually broken without difficulty, and will
never be troublesome. Xo such a thing as a
whip should bo allowed in a stable that con
tains a colt. Colts should not be worked until
three ycarB old, and then lightly at first, as
they do not fully mature until they aro six
years old, and with some breeds of horses even
later. Marcs with foals at their side should
be fed on the richest and mostnourishing food.
A Romantio Marriage.
Several mysterious paragraphs havo ap
peared in different newspapers stating that
the sister of a well-known Marquess had
lately married a man not only much younger
than herself, hut also greatly below her in tho
social scale. The facts of tho case are simply
these: Tho Rcverncd Lord Archibald Doug
las, a brother of tho Marquess of QuecLsbcr.
ry and of Lady Florence Dine, joined the
Church of Rome several years ago, and
after the usual course of study and probation
was ordained a priest by Cardinal Manning.
Since then he has devoted his life and money
toward the reclamation of boys, "waifs and
strays," from the streets, to whom he gives a
home, teaches them useful trades, and then
starts them in life. At tho institution which
he has founded aud maintains, and where he
always resides, situated in Woodficld-tcrrace,
Harrow. road, Paddington, there are seventy
or eighty of these lads, all of whom are being
trained to be industrious working ineu. But
the housekeeper, the eating and drinking of so
many individuals is naturally a source cf
anxiety to Lord Archibald, and although
-greatly assisted by the subscriptions of his
coreligionists ami others, lie buds mat mo
good old rule of " waste not want not " is not
observed by those who have charge of provid
ing lor mo wants ol so largo an cslablisumcnt.
In order to put matters on a more satisfactory
footing he invited his sister, Lady Gertrude
Douclas, who is also a convert to the Roman
Catholic Church, tc live with him, and since
then somo matters have been on a much more
satisfactory footing. About three months ago
I,ord Archibald went to Canada, taking with
him forty boys of tho Home for the purpose of
csiauusmng mcra as larmcrs in tho lar West.
During his absence he received a letter from
his sister stating that she was about to marry
a young man who had been brought up by
her brother and who was now acting as head
baker of the establishment. His lordship was
greatly taken aback by tho news, and tele,
graphed and wroto from Canada urging his
sister at any rata to delay her intended mar-
riage until ins return, nut it was of no avail
The couplo were married offhand.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
9 MetclUDt Stmt, Honolnln, II. 1,.
REAL ESTATE BROKER
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3, 5, and 7 yards lengths.
Liverpool Salt & Rock Salt,
Dcmijons, 1, 2, 3, 4 and S gallons each.
Galvanized Buckets, Tubs, BasinB, etc.,
Crockery, Iron Bedsteads,
ZINCS, PAINTS AND BOILED OILS,
Worcestershire Sauce, (iroccrics,
F.ngliah Leather Belting, from 3 lo 10 in.,
Topsail Sheet Chains, "Admiralty Tcst.'f
Sizes, 4, V, 7.10, 'j,
WINES AND LIQUORS
"Pig Brand" Stout, in pints ami quarts;
lllooil & Hollo s Ale, pints ami quails;
Bass' Ale, in pints slid quarts;
India Palo Ale, in pints and quarts:
Belfast tiincer Ale.
Fiuo French Brandies, in bulk and cases
Hcnncssy's Brandy, in cases " &
Old Tom, Cheap Brandy in cases,
Cases Scotch and Irish Whiskies.
Duplessis " Red Bar " and other Fine
Clarets in cases,
Best Sherry, in bulk aud cases;
Champagne in quarts and pints.
Powell Duffryn Steam Coal
&c. &c' &c. &c.
Btt TUUO. It. HAYIKS CO
TO OUR FORMER STOCK,
Ex Suez, Kalakaua& City of Sydney,
Ship Chandlery it Ship Stores
II cm n Manila. Cotton Ditrk.
Itlock. tars,tofiin( Mi it VI en,
juirgi .at.nia, ii.' nu mini dic, ino mothl
!ntf ta II locks. Iron Mrap IMorku, How Lock.
Mast lU'ad. .MrtMine ami Talent ltohlnct,
Shleres, a Mid slaest block holm Tar,
lHfh, Coal Tar Tar Oil,
II He hi Yamlth, litarl VarnltU,
" he Kifslaf. Marline,
belalni; llAnseltne, lUtlln,
,minam, CanlUnjr Iron, Cupper Tack.
Iron Tack. Conneellns Mnks.Mtrlln fplkei,
1'aulVlns Mallet. Mst llonin.
Hand Hplket, I'llcta .Mop. Tar Pro.hv, Jc At
Paints and Paint Oil
A 1011 Affortntcnlof All Kind and Colors l
raclftc Itnbber Taint, a new lot, Incladtnc all h
faint. Vanit.li, t'fottl,
Ualtrwatli. paste ArtUI,
Mioo. rub sad M,h,
A OWII Ai-SOltTJI ENT W KACII :
.A2COE C3 XIn.tol3.ots3 !
WWII AXU elllNmiSO;
fit I. INTERNS AND SIIIK UQIITI-TIk Hccla-
GROCERIES vfc PROVISIONS
A foil AoUiuent of Fine Groceries. Including
some Choice Vartvtlcsut Canned Oovdst
Table Tie Fruits. Jam and Jellies, a new article, pit
T "j uvn tit us, mi 14 wsj mu uijiuij moMiimu
them as tulng o tut thin: real! nice;
A New Lot of Teas. Including some superior Japan
varieties; &UUA 11-Kenned and Raw; .
Hams, Dacun, Lard, fmoled Href, In tins, new article)
KITS SALMON liELMES:
KITS TUNUCES AND JjOODS,
Codntti, Cheese, Oxford bausage.la tins
lUI-Ici, in ij, u sntUtsU boxes;
Pickle, In 1 calhf. sl fU. and 5 cal. less t
Mac von Curled Apple,
Flour efc Bread
Golden sat Extra Famllx.
Lldoratlo, Golden Cltj,
(iritiam- f HI attirl ("inn Vr.1
Medium Bread, Crackers, an assortment;
uiojr cots, lanT, pa loon wot lireaa,
bod BtseniU. BICE AND COFFEE.
WI1ALK AMI STEKM OIL,
HI'EliM CANDLES,! and.;
ALL OF THE ABOVE
Se.4at.kc Best Market Rates
Bayer arc mott respeclfsltr lavlted to call and
Examine Our btocs:.
BOLLBS tks CO.
JJTew Goods by Late Arrivals
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
NEW YORK & ENGLAND,
Received by Castle & Cooke
ALSO, TO ARRIVE BY VESSELS DUE FROM ABOVE PORTS, AND
To in: So t at TiOlVEST KATES
Suitable for Plantations, Country Stores
Or FAMILIES. Orler Filled ntSliorlot .Vol Ire anil with Satis-int-tion
to I'tirciin'.rrs. Attention it Called to Onr
Improved Paris PLO
THE ONLY OEM1NE TAUIb FLOW. MADE OF POLISHED t AST STEEL, and Gtaraatetd
Equal, If not Better, than anv Meet lircaklnsi'Iow In tbe Markvt. AliKvothrr makes of
Flows on Hind of MoIInc Fluw Co., Jonn Deere Jb Co.. Ac lianr Flow.
l!oie Hoes Flinrt Jr. Cane Knlte, miwli of beatsteel to our order, FUntrrt" llo,0, 1. Sand V brftNt
oilh. Axe and lick Mattock-. Flck, Hoe. Adit;. O-, Axr and other handle. JUJ1 win Feed iSmer
Leather DetUnc 3 to li tLrh.bt at quality , India Kubber Hom-. V V I. IV t and S Inch. Ox Yokes,
ox Hows, Axle, for horn- and tunlo ran, Fortabl Fors. Eaptsj Anvils Lul Bairoa,
Scan tone and Asbestos Meam Tacking, Uest Flat India Rubber Meant Tacking, to lack.
ITabbet Metal, Lace Leather and Ladnr?. India Unbber tflram Fackln;. roondandaqaaic, allslaea.
Atbcetos Boiler CoTcrlnj and steam Fipv K, Machinery Oils, lard, castor and cjliader. NntsFoctOU,
DISSTOJTS CELEBRATED SAWS AND FILES. ALL SIZES;
pesr & Jackon and Stnbb's Flic, Hammers for Carprntera, Machinist. Dlaknilth Jk Hoesethot.
CntandUrotlgntNalle.all sixes; Horse and Mnl Sho alls, (Jslr 'alls, Ct ft pike, tltrn Jt Male ees
Latest Improvements in Shelf Hardware
Hnbbaeks B L Oil, at Very Low lutes , H attack's White and Red lal. Ziac. Small Talnu In OIL
l!lake Manafartnrlnc Co's Meam Feed. Irrigating and Vaeonin Tnmpe Wc ton's Talent Ceatrtfarala?
Barbed Wire, Flatn Peed a; Ire, OalTaalxed lioofins.
STAPLE ID O O O ZD S !
Denims, Sand 9 ox. Tlckln; At. A. B nnd D Bleached and FnblracheU Cottons. IZhmU Diaper
Brown and Bleached Drills, Linen hht-rtln?. Mosquito Laie Xvt, Blat and Scarlet Flannel.
A Fine Asvortmcnt of Whltu Flanelf AIho.
STAPLE GROCERIES, Golden Gate, Star it Superfine Flour
Columbia Utirr Salmon llajollcan. AUo. taliforata Lime, rorllaad aad Iljdraalie Cement,
For Kerosene Oil We Offer THE PALACE, and Guarantee
itcannottoebeatfor quality or price; also, THE
VULCAN, a good oil and above tests
WOODWARD & BROWN'S CELEBRATED PIANOS!
The Clicniiest (ioort I'inno; New Jlnven Orenn Co.'
. Vnrlor Organs.
OFFER FOR SftLE
DILLINGHAM & CO
The Follow in? Merchantlhe jut j
ltftehi-il per i
Bark Oberon !
AM) TO AKKtVE l'Elt .
STME. (i HANSA "
NOW FULLY DUE:
Oases, R, 7, b ami 0 feel, lest Knglisli I'orrn
gatcil ltoodnfr, Ualvanizcil Iliilgine for
lllits. llcst Knglisli rcttlaml Ct'iucut,
lljls. licst Anncslcil l'cncing Wire, Noa. I, 8,
lljls. lst Miiglisli tlalvaiiitcJ l-Viicing Wire
Noa. n atul (I,
Coils Ualvauiwl Wito llo(, all sites.
Hales Ucnuilio TnilleJ, lllucsttipol
(Of wtiich tliero is a wimltr of uotllilcn
imitations in tlio matktt). Wo aro tho Origi
nal Importers ami KOt.ll All KM S oflkcso
Celebrated Hags, ami tlio great ilcmamla for
tlicni rrom llio lantcrs lias imlucnl somo
nianufaeturcrs ami tliclr sgttiU to get up a
clicap imitation of llicm.
A FinoAssorhnl. of Crockery I
A tiplemlid lot of Knglisli aud l'reucli tiaii-r-.ies,
(particulars will bo given on artival
of tlio Steamship " Hausa." ALSO
A small invoico of Kauliful Irish Linen Dam.
asV', tjhcetingf, ami Camhiio llamlker
thiefs, ilirrvt from llelfast, Ireland.
A small itivoieo ol (.holeo W.TKU COLllliS,
by Celebrated Artists'.
Also, to artivo by Vessel now loading at
A CastIron Vricuum Pan !
0 feci in diam, by 7 feet deep.
1 Vacuum Tumping Kngiue, II -Inch Cylimler
ami llMneli stroVo.
3 Wrouglit.Iron TanVs, catli 1,000 gallons
I Wrooglit.lrou Chimney, 05 feet high, 37.in
diam., I.N.incli thick.
I Multitubular lleilcr, 10 fret long, (1 Feci la
diameter, with laniacc, rronl iloora, itc.
t 30-inch Weston's l'alcut sclfbalaucing Sua.
ndcd Sugar-Curing Ccnliifugal Ma
chines, with tho rcqpliilo imlepemlent
Iron Framing, Wrought-lron Sugar Miier
oi 2,ot)V gallons capacity, Willi stirrer.
Driving tlcar cVc.
1 High-Pressure Diagonal
Steam Engine !
B-incli Cylimler, Is.lnch stroke, with
flovcroor, Fly-wheel and Helling for
2 M'rouglit-lron ETaioralor.
4 o-cIN. Steam Clarlllers.
70 HEAD GOOD WELL BROKEN
WORK OXEN !
FOIt SALE cheap for carb. ft, r.ir icthiiutIic
ajrod oa. ;.i.SO.
4 LARGE BUMP WAGONS,
rou iiavi.i.o c-ixE.
ONE NEW G002ENECK DUMP CART,
jaii. in uuon OHiiEK.
Apply lothe vnderaijnedat Honokaa, Hawaii, or to
STEAM AND VACUUM PUMPS
TItK.T5s'UERSIGJE HAVE JUST
Kctlred per Amy Turn,,, from IkHtoa, a f al u.
ortmeat lie,, celled Wm.tli .reiSr?:
teed to be caepr tod better Ihaa isr oSer atrle of
BKC. TO A'orTrKTlL.VTTllET
are untt ofntBr a Splendid Almrtmeal of Oooda
from w Yofb, aod Kactaad. to whltb Ihey rttpeet
falj tnrlte lhc attrnllon ol bujrra. Tbo tlooda bailns
tn boocbt for eaih at the !of.l rlcfa ratios pee.
tlftn, lo IhameatadTaneo, a-e offered apo esepttoa
ally raroraMt trim.. lTial auction t. tailed to
THElll EUIJ. USES OK
AOHUU'LTrHAL IMl'LKMEXTS !
M,dt opoa Ihe inisetlloai of Jnj,, Ilaatera. k,
been prooonnerd by competes! ladies to be lb a
Ami wi rfferllve ttrtaVer r,.-, latrodact tal till,
FULL LINES OF MOLINE PLOWS,
Fnrrnw Hows, etral slaes and tjle
eabtinxar Ttew. hide 11111 lions
Double ard lttl Miavel flows,
Habsvll FIw. title and Telexraph Flow Jtt
lUttows tr diffrrrnl Mttms.1nc!ndlnEtt.e Tltmi
Talent Harrow, wblch bi navtwlik saOk cen
tral faTrtt darlnc the present season,
ei'LTiv.vTims, iioilsk uoks.ac.
A Lars. Ataottmeht
Oi Yoke., lit Ho... ox I'balof,
... . ,,,'""oplllfr.lrbltimb(metblajtttd
Cnrrige Springs, Cart and CarriaR Axle,
IWdee t'.u. r.. Con. Mill., Itomlne Mill,
Harden and iani mrrow
Mihjfinnlnf lomord Aihr tJttitt"01ls
rapacltjr on hand
LUnUICATINO OILS A SPECIALTY.
.MbanvljIlndctOn tovixrand and tip
la piaalllle. .. -till f tke taoili. KLECTIUC btisl
KEROSENE OIL STOVES
1 pea, eatlel) ,om, lhl, ptatllcal aad tallttlj at.
English and American Paints and Oils
ratal aad Vblma,li lint.be, Tarpenliae
ERRY ..... ALENTINE S
A ttU LtSE
llelllna aad llelt Laclnr.
famp. aad Hldr,.II. li.,.,,
W.iter, hol and -'.!,
Hbeel Lrad. fUbMIl Aetal, bert Zlac
ItoceaTIo I'tite, ttlroClolb,
St r. r?r '""
I. barcn.1 Iroa., Woodca W are
SHELr llARDWARE Or ALL KIltDS.
TjoI. and La Hoe Saetag; Dellcva
A LARGE VARIETY or SCALES
Matron, keale.. Iiormaat Cealw,
r amllj scale, aad Balance,.
House Fui'nisning Goods,
A ',." u't Ttnar. Acau turn Ware.
Iretrfanrreeierarromll 50np.,r. ,,
Mammock, and Hammock Chair,.
Lamps, Chandotlors & Lantorns
tl "b"e"re "'l"f 'tnk "let panaatlii
NO TROOBLE TO SI10W GOODS.
ml'"M' ll"l"lr' "t'ally and protapU
DILLINGHAM A CO.
SUGAR MILL !
FOR SALE CHEAP
I SECOND-HAND MILL !
ItOLLEIlS SVB-Talck Caatlaz. wllk
Spur-Wheels & Pinions Complete.
Everything in perfect order.
,ll7 'orlU ulae. baTlo-noandeax M
tB Applj lo CASTLE I COOKE, or lo
ALEXANDER, a BALUWI.t,
ALL PERSONS SEEKING EMPLOYMENT
AND .ILL l'AHTIES "KITIIEIt I'
lloaoiOu. at aar ot th. I,Und. lo ike Crra
In Want of Employee
Will Uu ta,Va .r- . a ... .Xtr
lened, who will do all In tntl? we;t UUir
- ... tH .neat, pfi crj a
J. B."ATaiTfec, X laalorme
b. r. oiixmeHiii. J r?k.ls
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