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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, January 31, 1883, Image 4

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Itcfirffed GOLD Medal
AWARDED FIRST-CLASS COLD MEDAL.
Hie Only Gold 3tTedal: also. Two Special and
Tour Tirst Prizes for "Watcies.
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Agent for the HtoaHsn Islands!
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At the Old Stand. So. 8 Kaahumanu Street,
TIN, COPPER & SHEET IRON WORKER
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Publishers, Printers, Book-Binders and
jSTJEWS DEALERS!
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Mshment in the Kingdom. Keep constantly on hand.
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In Our Subscription Departm't
f iifNi-siiHfraiDiieraiTffiivT:
"We Make All Description Blank Books,
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Having a First Class iRuling Machine
In the PRINTINC DEPARTMENT, we are prepared to do ALL
KINDS OF BOOK AND JOB PRINTINC.
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TBI I MIJCiKrVZD il i
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ONE MILE OF
HaiiwaV KailS, 1 ritted UP Eegant Style, Jthe
t tJL f Iirge, Boamy Cottage,
m 10 IKHTSPH Cttl WAGISlSK?iSS:
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Double and Single ;
SESTS OF TRUCKS
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Waslxinston Chairs.
Frazer's
Axle
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a hvu i Misi-nvN or
Carriages,
Photons,
Basliot Tops
Cut ruder
Cany-Alls,
lirunnell Top Buggies
Al. I CC UtK
" EDWARD MAY,"
Groeerers' TTag;ons !
Democrat Wagons.
Hand Carts, and Ox Carts !
ALLttl1 THE ABU) E
Goods are in an Excellent
Condition,
An ill l-iOLl) A.OTT, t ao-tC-Ir.-Birnt.
BKCWEK Jt (U.
WILDER CO.
Importers and Dealers in
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BUILDING MATERIALS
or vi.l kins
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ts.
LATE ARRIVALS
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LSRGE AND WELL-SELECTED CARGOES
or
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A Melt Ccnplcte Stck of
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF WALL PAPER
5 AILS, LOCKS
BtriTS. HISGES.
BOLTS. SCBEWS.tte
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StMti.ng . Pfani, iarfi Mil rough
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Class.
Salt,
Firewood.
DOORS SASH BLINDS
Of Eastern and California Make.
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Furniture .VaHofi'ftorr
WEPXESDAY. J.UTACT 31. ISSJ.
IatrmiUrr CTt t Oa. HU Vj
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Tnx Him roi rtxriTi( Co, v.
K.utuuvosr Ar Tsn Oraxtt.
Ox Jfwif .Awn tit Ao-irt (Wi y iTK4n.
fJLxi Opt-'-
Tte ikfmluts UVoki ooiitncteJ to
vert tor John McKr;t ud Join McKnne
& Co. ittl hTO refssd to wrV for tho rUia
tii tlte jrocoJ tint tbe rliiEtiCt are sot
tire piTVki iritb hco defecuxnts cratraclol
Aboos tbe rapora iotrolnctJ is criroce
is a dcai of coavtnace datril SOth Jono, 1$$3,
brtb- Joba JIcKftis okl to tie Hpi
Scxr fliBtatioa Co" k corrontioB orj.
izoi vsj txiatia; cniK the laws of tbe btaic
of California, V. S. A, an oarrioff rs bus!.
tc?s tl Hroia, Koolasrko, lilaail of Oabo.
a! tbe proprrtr coaprisis tbo Hii Plista.
ticn, in oocsideratioo of tbe snai of oc jlbr,
aoJ. for ocbor cooil aodTaBablocvoidratocs
which Mr. McKeafW sars vas tbe issca&co
to bin of 1 9,000 sbaros of ibe stock of too oor
fcratka. Tbe flajBtis, tbeo, are a lortipi or-
Soratwn carcis ca bcsicrss in tbb Kin
oa.
Soction 1 ofthap-XIof tleUwsof lS5,cii
titled 44 Aa Act proTidio: for tbe serrice of
process oa foreign coriioratioes, requires tbat
tbere sball be filed in tbe Derartmeat of
the Interior, vithis tweety djys after com
ctescis to do business ia this Kingdom, a
detinatioa of some persoa rraidic- ia tbe
priscirs! piace of bosiaess of tbe corporatioa,
ia this KiDgdco, apoa vboet process be aa
tbcrity cf or ader any law oftbu Kiasdota
may be serted, aad ta Section 2 of this Act it
is provided tbat erery corporation to
comply itb tbe prcrisiocs of tbe first Soctioa
sball be deaied the beseSt cf tVr i3 of tbis
Kiagdoax. Tbe plaiotiSs bare Dot conptied
vttb tbis law.
Ia my optaioa tbis ad Sectioa debars tbe
plaictiCs from tbe ri;bt ta bris; as actios ia
tbe Co arts of tbis Kicgdcm ia its corporate
capacity. It would be taacifcstlr upjust to
allow a corporation which bas no lejpal exist
eoce acder our laws and wbicb bas act desig
nated any person to represent it cpen whom
serrice ot process can be validly be made, to
brie? saits, and tbe statute is clear sad stpticit
tbat a Ccrpo ration in sncb case sUalt be denied
tbe becefit of tbe laws of tbis Kiagdee
Tbe Kir akae bas tbis immunity in tbis
Kiagdom.
Tbe FlaintiSs therefore, cannot maintain
these a dices and are son-saitcd.
J. M. Daridson for plaintiffs. F. M. Hitch
for defendants.
Hoxoirir, Jiauary 3, 1SS3.
J. H. BRUNS, JR.,
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jnvinsiBua.x
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BEST SEASOKED STUFF,
Ajra
Ho Pains will be Spared
TO GIVE
SATISICTM TO US C1STHITSS
Coffins Always on Hand.
FngHb r Aaasricaa tlqvette.
Froca At! Tft Tear Bada4J
Many of the best American worsen who
have travelled much in Europe, avoid fashion
able society ia tbeir own country, because of
tbe uncertainty of its code of enaners. An
American gentleman called upon a distinguish
ed French General in Faris, more than twice
his age. To bis amazement tbe call was re
turned the same day. In his owa coca try no
notice at all woald most probably have been
taken of a similar visit
There seems a strange coatrariety ia the
Washington and JTew York rules of etiquette.
In the Empire city it is the Udy who lows
first, cot so ia Washington, or ia tbe exclosive
circles of Virginia, nor among tbe members of
the oldest families, and men who feet secure
cf their position in society soatleastsaysan
authority ca American maaaers. Among these
the French custom obtains which ordains the
bow.to be given at the instant of recognition,
without hesitation. There is also, between
these several sectiens of American society, a
yet unsettled controversy as to which is the
proper ana to give a lady Xew York stands
alone ia decreeing the right as thp most re
spectful. Tbe left arm she says. " is too ten
der;" but "ew York is not regarded as the ul
timate authority oa matters of etiquette.
Another knotty-point among tho rival ccus
munities is the order to be observed ia escort
ing a lady down suirs, suppcsiaglhe stairs to
be too narrow for two to go abreast. New
York says it is a nutter cf etiquette tbat every
ene descends a man-of-war before -the com
mander; but if a gentleman goes first it may be
belter, is the considerate provision, as the la
dy may have large feet, or thick ankles, or
44 some other reason-" for wishing to protect
her lower extremities from observatioo. Wash
ington decrees tbat the lady tars precedence,
the gentleman following close VeGad to guard
her from misadventure.
InXewYcrk it is net 44 the thins f a
lady to say 44 thank you " for small cenrtesies,
such as passing change in an omnibus, restor
ing fallea umbrellas, etc only a saUe is al
lowable. There has beea a ditfejenee of opin
ion, tci, ca the use of capital Utters for I. P.
C. cn visiting cards, and C S. V. 1. on cards
cf invitation. Since tbe time of the Romans
large letters have been nsed for abbreviations,
but America cow uses small letters, aa inno
vation distasteful to European eyes. There,
too, it was rigid etiquette as, indeed, it was
until quite late years in this coaatry also to
send iavitatiecs aad answers by hand; now, if
at any distance, the medium cf the post is per
missible. In England the formula of intrcv
dactiens is severely simple: '4 Mr. Brown
Mrs. Smith," that is all. Mr. Brown may be
Chancellor of the Exchequer, and Mrs. Smith
the wife of the Archbishop cf York, but these
facts are cot named. Ia America, etiquette
requires cuguiues axu cociai status to be par
ticalarized, as 44 the Eev. Mr. or Dr. Blank, o:
the Ilea. Governor Dash," adding the name of
the state he governs. If a member of Congress
the fact must be added; if aa author of repute
tbe names of his principal werks must be
stated.
It is customary in America for a kdv to be
accompanied to a ball by a gentleman as an
escort, ma oury is to see that ate is provided
with partners and refreshments, aad to look
after her generally. He carries, indeed sup
plies her bouquet, and attends her on her rstura
heme. A young English nobleman on his firt
visit to Washington called on a prominent
mcmcer ci society, ana tendered letters ot in
troduction. Tne lady received him frankly,
aad introduced him to her three damrhtert. A
ball coming off the same evening, she offered
in procure aim an invitation. Un bis accept
ing she desired him to choose one of her dauzb-
ters as a companion far the entertainment. He
did so. It was then arranged that he should
call for the young lady in a carriage of bis
owa providing, aad bring the usual bouquet,
which he did. At the conclusion of the ball
be accompanied his charge home. The rest of
tne lamily Lad retired ior the ci-hr. but ser
vants were ia waiting, and his fair comnanion
pressed him to ester and join her ia a cup of
W X" . . 1 '..I - I .. . .
.,jfc a uiuc surprise, tae gentleman
assented, aad spent a pleasant half hour in the
drawing room alone with his entertainer, dis
cussing tne nance ne naa enjoy ea in ner soa.
err. Vf.r-.T-VItf-ii tiM?TiT..?nM r .
perhaps, but innocent withal. 44 He was a
gentleman," said the mother afterward, 44 ac
credited to me by mutual friends, and I knew
that my daughter could take care of herself."
This incident was no outrage oa A u erica n eti
quette, la America it is tbe custom for the
young ladies of the family to give the balls,
aim is is not at all necessary that you aaoul
be iatrodaeed to their varents.
Courtesy to women ia a coticeab. feature cf
Araencaa society, yet a writer w the Phila
delphia Evening BuSetm has uttered the her
esy that 44 no man who has net travelled has
seen a woman.
" aat may be termed 44 knife and fork eti
quette in refined circles of American ssciety
a nine irem our awn at tne present time;
but not so very lonir a-e. instead nf S-r
riassea now ia reneral use- a lam silver tawl
used to be handed round for general ablation.
.v.uic uce inacsery viseu America, taings
were a degree rougher. 44 1 saw," said the
satirist, "five Americans at a time with their
kniTes down their throats. T said to my
daughter: ' My dear, year grear-great-griad-mother,
the finest old lady I ever knew, also
ai-pueu cow steei ia ner -TUtels.' i
nve at a time vrouMa t.
Traps Car Thieve.
The counters ef down-to era r.3rt t.
aowadays with rjrecieus -im .! T,
trinkets of cold and silver ffr . rk
wishes may inspect these treasures with ap
parent freedom. GKtterin diamond. .Kiti -
watches, and ornate bracelets, rings ani pins
o"enu cn ine oaiie counters belt re a
crowd ef customers. Tbis seems to give dis
honest persons ample opportunitr for thieving.
The large jewelers, however, discount the rs
ibility of such a thing so cleverly that the
icrimtrs si no nonest customer are wnmfmf
while the chances cf the nrnfessieiial shor,);fLr
are reduced to xera. Ia cce st the largest iHx-
ucaa souses in tne trade a smiling negro
politely opera the door and admits the visitor.
Salesmen stand behind mlisbeJ iWni.
aad display far rospecrioa any cumber cf
"ensures, ine negro smiles aad stands Eke
aa auinmaTrcn enecis- and luum. tTu .f .
Should a theft be attempted his demeanor
cnw laszasur cnanre. a nrj. c, ,v.
slightest sign, would (end the door to with a
uan, ami it -would lack with, a spring. 'If
"ea ue, a glistening revolver would appear ia
the negro's hand and be brrtiedia a raoatest.
la less than a gremt. an eleetrii- slim wI.T
trig poTKemen ta the art- The thief wncld
1 cajrht ia a trap ere be cccld escape. An
Mbex chasced deaier. tbe dark nmif w
great safe is sjkw with a myriad of tiny col
cred firesrshowt these gems as freely as if
erery custesex were his besota riend. Ti.
visiters da cot notice the tali gats ef saull
iteei UnmiSil, wtecb sflewly sprhgaiswi
when they enter aad as quietly ckee when
they axe seated at the counter. Yet this gate
effectually cuts eO escape from tbe room
should sesricioo of theft be aroused. It opens
with a catch spring and fleers with an auto
matic clock. Gate of this sort and screens,
more or less elaborate ia construction, are to
be found near glass eases in which diamonds
are displayed in many large jewelry establish
ments, and they also guard the outer windows.
An ingenious foil for the window-smashing
thief is a heavy plate of French glass placed
a few inches behind the cuter gjass cf the
show windows, and rendered invisible bv its
transparency'. If a thief broke the outer glass
he would find himself face to face with almost
the exact duplicate of tbe brokea pane, the
only difference being that the seccod pane is
heavier than the first. Jewelers who resert
to neither of these means of protection secure
themselves in a lees noticeable way by em
pJeving lynx-eyed watchmen, who are dressed
neatly and walk ta and fro in tbe salesrooms
seemingly busy with other work, but always
keeriog their eyes oa the alert. Tbe effect of
these safeguards is to destroy the likelihood
cf tbe recurrence of say of the great jewelry
robberies that have been attempted cr cracts
men in the past. The robbers are driven new.
aJays to attack the safes at night, fur it is
practically hopeless for Jhem to secure booty
in tne aay urae. -ytr i or-
The Cbreaatiem f the Cauv
Tbe wrstery which has snrroended the r-rr-
paratiocs for crowning the Cxar is ia strange
aad painful contrast with the pomp that her
alded the coronation cf Alexander It. Ia
September, 155, Moscow was the scene of a
series of pageants which cost the Imperial
exchequer 6,WX000 silver roubles, cr a rail
lion sterling, and which were tbe talk of the
oewsrarer reading world for a long time alter-
vnnls. It seemeu ntting, it not necessary,
that the absolute master ef eo,W0,000 subjects
should receive the symbols of his power, amid
ceremonies calculated to produce a deep im
pression ca tne minds ot all renotdcrs; and
the less of rrestire which the Russian armies
had ssfiered in the Crimea was viewed as af
fording an additional reason why the Cxar
should show himself ia Moscow like a tri
umphant conqueror: It is interesting at this
date to glance over those brilliant letters, ia
which the srecial correspondent of the Tiw
dvcribed all the stirring sights that were ac
cumulated in a mocta ot wonders; aad il is
truching t note, by tbe light of all that has
happened since, how many were the hopes
termed of the new rein, bow eostatic was the
enthusiasm prevailing among all classes of
tlie people. The coronation ef Mcbolas in
ISta was much less splendid ; it had indeed,
been conducted amid circumstances of gloom,
not unlike those prevailing a short time ago.
in tsrs, tbe "League tor tne rutmc eai,
'recursors of the Nihilists, bad organized
formidable conspiracy against Alexander I
and the riastleaJers; Batenkow. Rieliew, Ka.
towki and Raton Steinbell, had decided that
the Cxar should be assassinated at Taganrog,
where he was going to hold a review of
troops. Katowski had volunteered to strike
the Now. The Cxar arrived at Taranrogoo
the t?th cf November, bat died suddenly two
dars later. He was at once succeeded by bis
brother Nicholas, who usurped the place of
Uonstantine, tne ngnttui, rat less energetic
heir; and on the iith of December, the new
Cxar was within an ace ot bemr murdered,
like hi. father faul, ia the military insnrrec-
tioa wbtch exploded at iL I'eterstxiig. It
bas alwavs been said that Nicholas owed his
life and throne to the father of the present
Lounl iguatieK, a captain, wno, King trusted
by the conspirators, went over at a critical
moment with his company to the Emperor's
skjc. ine mutiny navicg wen quelled, ai
who bad taken anr rart in it, or were in
peered of having leen in the remotest way
privy to its objects, were punished wttu un'
sparing severity. A reign of terror set in,
and for months there were co festivities at
Court or ia anv of the palaces cf the nobility.
When at last Nicholas went to Moscow to be
crowned, bis procTess was not meant to glad
den the people, but to make them quake.
There had been seme rumors of a rising of
serfs, and tne Czar marched lortn wiin an
army as if he were going to battle. Tbe cor
onation took place on the 3d of September;
and when Nicholas left tbe Cathedral of the
Assumption with his crown on his head, "his
face." wrote Alexandre Herxen, 14 looked hard
as Siberian ice." Tbe people were too fright
ened to cheer: thev dropped on tneir knees.
with their faces in the dust, "and this," said
De Cnstine, with his light French sneer, a
dozen years later, 44 has been their customary
posture ever since.
The Halsted observatory, of the Princeton
college- whieh was erected in 1S50, at a cost
of S3C,000, and has since stood empty? now
contains cue cf the three or four largest tele
scopes in the world.- The total length cf the
large steel tube is twenty-eight feet, the whole
focal length of the telescope is thirty feet one
inch. Its diameter in the center is thirty three
inches, and the sire of the object glass, which
the basis ofcomparisonin telescopes, is twenty-
lurcc incues. its total cost was eii,oou.
There are at present but two larger telescopes
in use; one of these is the twenty-sir inch
eouatorial telescope at the Naval observatorr.
at Washington, and the other is a twenty-five
inch telescope owned by Mr. rtewbull, ot New
Castle, England. A twenty.seven inch tele
scope is in process ot mounting at t lenna,
Two twenty-nine inch telescopes are being
made in Paris, one for the Nice observatory
and tbe other for Pans National observatory.
Tbe Princeton telescope was made by Alvan
Clark & Sons, of Cambridseport, Mass. The
same firm have a csntract to build the Lick
thirty-six inch telescope. This gigantic in
strument wilt be the larrest telescope in tne
wotld. It is to be erected, when finished, on
Mount Hamilton. Lai.
There is a 44 terracotta lnmber company
at Perth Ambov. N. J. The ITorSf describes
the visits of some scientists and others to the
works, and states that the product is a very
useful article. Terra -cotta lnmber is nude by
mixing Eaoiiuue or top clay wttn sawdust
until tbe consistency of dougn is obtained,
when it is cast in larre square blocks and
burned in kilns in the same manner as ordinary
nncE. l ne " umber nas no norous texture
like wood "the strength of theimatenal arisin:
from incipient vitrifactioa " obtained in firing
it. naif inch boards, smoothly planed and
jointed. 44 show greater strength and tenacity
than dry oak of equal thickness." Every
snape wmcn can pe given to wood by edged
tools can be given to terracotta lumber. It
is as easily worked as pine or spruce, is half
tne weignt el nuitdtng once, and retains plas
ter without the aid of lathing. The adapta
bility of the new material forboflJingpopoies
is said to oe excellent in omer ways.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
3 M mluxLt StiYtt. nonotsls, tL I ,
REAL ESTATE BROKER
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DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING
Prints of latest styles, fast colors ;
Blue Penieis, White Crodoa Sheeting
ltorrock's Iog ClothisBrown Linen lrills
Pure Linens, Moleskins,
Blue and White Check Iastadbs.
Fancy Dress Goods, Fancy Flaids,
Kussla Crash, Scarfs. Ties, Cravat
Crochets and Fancy Work,
Toweling and Towels.
Men's White and Brown Coltoollalf-llose,
Lad ies Hoee, Men's Beady made Clothing,
India Rubber Coals, Caps -and laggings.
Regatta and woollen Shirts,
Blue aad Grey Horse Blankets,
White Cotton Blankets.
Woollen Blankets, all colors, sire and
weights:
Woollen, and Canton Flannels,
Velvet and Tapestry Carpeting,
Velvet aad Tapestrr Rugs, Carpels end
Mats,
Sugar ItAUS 50x36, Coal lt.VUS
Large and Small.
Rice Bags, Prime .Quality
Heavy and Light Barlsrs and Twine.
SADDLERY !
A Full Assortment or
GENT'S SADDLES
Also a few very nice
LADIES' SADDLES !
Saddle Cloths, Bridles, &c
CALVAN1ZED
CORRUGATED ROOFING,
iJ Wash r to Bute a
RooOag Slfitos
Fence Wire, Ni, 5, 6, 7, and Staples,
mi! is Tin fi mm
Bolts and Spikes complete.
Fire Brick. Portland Cement.
Flrv-Cbj. Whiting, Chali.
Yellow Ochre.
English, Hawaiian, and
American Ensigns,
3, &, and 7 yards lengths.
Liverpool Salt & Rock Salt,
Demijons, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 3 gallons each.
Galvanized Buckets, Tubs, Basins, etc
Crockery, Iron Bedsteads,
ZINCS. PAINTS AND BOILED OILS.
Worcestershire Sauce, Groceries,
English Leather Belting, from 3 to 10 in.,
superior,
Topsail Sheet Chains, "Admiralty Tesl.f
Sues, 4, S, 7.10, -.,
FLOOR OILCLOTHS,
ALES,
WINES AND LIQUORS
"Pig Brand' Stout, ia pints auj quarts;
GamHess Stent,
Blood & Wolfe's Ale, pints and quarts;
Bass Ale, in pints and quarts;
India Pale Ale, in pints and quarts:
Belfast Ginzer Ate.
Fine French Brandies, in bolt and cases:
Heanessj'a Brand j, ia cases & "
OW Tom, Cbeap Urandr in cases.
Cases Scotch ami Irish WhisVIea,
Du pleas is "lied Bar" and ether Fine
Clarets in cases,
Best Sherrj, in Lnlk and coses;
Champagne in quarts and pints.
Powell Dufiryn Steam Coal
&c &ia. &e.
V TUEO H. BiTlES i CO
GREAT ADDITIONS
TO OUR FORMER STOCK,
Ex Suez, Kalakaua.S City of Sydney,
ass
Sliip Chandlery it Ship Stores
Ftax CaaTaf Flaxaii Twfa. BfMii
Dr mt vrnmo. utw saa i ninwe, . inr Block.
Mutcft Blecks. Inm Nrip Blocks. Bw Leek.
Mul CefUi. MetiiiBc PitrsH DtuklB-4..
Sfcie-tr xntd tm. MockkfttnTar.
Plteh. .'! Tit. Tr Oil,
Boski Taniiilk. EUf k Varmfib.
Wire kliar. Mirltai.
-rtiirj Uoselise,lutna.
Smmmruw. Ciikiaj Iramiv, Ceprxi Tckt,
Iran Tacks. Co.atrsx Uaks. JfuKa Bil.
Caalktms M.IIrt.. y it Heme,
Ha4 pik. Pitch Xtr-p. Tm Bnakv. Ac,. c
Paints and Paint Oil
A V1 Aisonmv-at mt All Kl4 j4 Clun
Pir KWk-t faint, a aw Uit. iaclsdlrtr n ta
BRUSH 33 fS
Patat. Vsrstdi. Peactl.
Wliitpira.h. 1-a.t, Jlrtltl.
tk- Scrsh a4 ,,a.
A GOOD AS-OBTVE5Toy EiCTJ.
Axes cfc J3Tr.toxaots
WOOD A5TJ SUUOLIiG;
MI LvyntBSs AXD SIDE UGBTS-Ti Bexsb-
ttoa Article
GROCERIES A PROVISIONS
A Fall timnuii ( rta, Grocerie. raclwflBx
Mna 1 V...rl..,f n.-.ii-. i..
TaWe n Fratta. Jaan aarl JrOvt.a aew artkle. pat
amumttibrKailTiln-.
A S.w IM tt Tea,, taelullaa- tcaM nyrrin Jap..
nrlecf.-ril41l!rSM4 ..jt (rn.
llaau, m, Urt, fM Eerf. ia Uss. ew arCclx
lEKIKD FOWL.
CrEBIED OVSTER.
PLITI rTDDtSO.
sirs SAijiox BixuEs,
OTh HaCEEBrc.
KITS TO-(.CES AST SOCSDS.
c.k, cim. Orrarj htnK Is Has .
Eat"-ta H, is4 eaa belts,
. uk.. tunaitn laj ia. um
yaearcei. Drft ApW,
rrsaef. nm-
Peseke.. Peart,
Flour efc Bread
CU'v Otte rra Fsaiir
EMio,, rloMea CIS j.
SU Wtou, E1CE A5D CCtTZX.
WRALE AXD riKX OH.
PEEX CA3DLC9. U
ALL OF THE ABOVE
mi be
SM at thcldst Market Rats
Bsrm art wnt mrMfiRr totte4 is can sa4
Exsaalat Osv Xtoct.
BOIjIaES 5 OO.
UFew Goods by !Late Arrivals
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
NEW YORK & ENGLAND,
Received by Castle & Cooke
ALSO. TO ARRIVE BY VESSELS DUE TROM ABOVE PORTS. AWD
To in: SNr.ii A'l? liOWKST 1IA.T13N
GOODS
Suitable for Plantations, Country Stores
Or lUJULlKS. Onlet-N Villnl at Shortest Not Ire ami with Stl
t:rtion to Piirrhasfrs Attention U Calkil to Our
Improved Psiuris FLO "W
TUK ONLY -v.ENttNK VR! rtiW. .V.TtK Of fvUMtKO t AST STKKL. aa l.ouraa-t
K5i.tr fa4 IWtirt lb uiy Mrt-t trrk,c rh Im tk Xailrt Alv.4t.i-r tatlrj ef
r-kiwi Uutt of MoJa ftv.w Cpl.. J.i, tvrtv 1, Ar aa r9,
lle Uof I'Wuet Jr. ."uf KWi-. msir Srl trvl if oi onjerr. rtaaMr' llfv.a, I, taa4 11 S-sfW4.
Mtkf, Aiv tmi l"kk VaUerk. PKk. H, AiUr IK Air ti r-lH-r kudlrt . RaMlB M lln
Lcvik'TT Itrltlac, a to 13 tveh. -v-i Hoalin . tn-4U Kabtvr Itow. , V 1, 1. t , aa4 3 lath V kt.
ix AWs fwe aai aali cart. ltl!r rrrrr. Kagta -1lv i-arni ftarreary.
SNlkr a&4 AvbvKw MM tHi ktac ftat 11 Kahrr Mr-n rtklC, S W V rack
lUbbrt Mm I, Lax LrataT aa4 lAcia-r laJta lUMx-t i I'acl;);. rvit4 aai avrr alia
ASntv IVMrft V Tnr aad Mrj nrs aS Marktaty Oil- iaH cUw aa4 ryttaSVt a;s rorilhl.
DISSTONS CELEBRATED SAWS AND FILES, ALL SIZES;
ST" Jack-H-na'a aad MV Vila. lavr for TariMalrra, Mavhla UUckarauika Jt Hot4 (. it.
.1itaatlpHHkt'altv. a)Ittra Horw and MaK- Muk Nail- Oatv NatN. fat Pfitr, Itwi Jt .Mil
Latest Improvements in Shelf Hardware
llasswal n L 1X1. at Vtt Un Rate.. Ilittael's swl M L-. Iin. .-mill l-alau l.ajl'
Httle XaaafatlarlmclV MM Ktl, Irrsilli aMt Vacwm OatM. Vr.(.'. riir.1 lnurr,ii'.
11l.relalr, UtLuised Rer4M.
STAPLE ZD DFfSrT G- O O ZD S !
IValnt. S taJ S im Ttcki.r-. A ' A . B 4 Hltwl4 kntl I asMKknl (.'Mlau. Rama UUpef
Brcnra aa4 B!aad DrllK Ltavn aTvtla-. Mpitttv L-- n Blw, td Hariri n.,..'
A n.e AmHlwil ( Whhc rtaael- ANo.
STAPLE GROCERIES, Golden Gale, Star Siiperlino Flour
.'elianVU River almos llavort-
l.a'ifcf Lii.i r rttanil n.l Hs-lra-il'r la: i.'
For Kerosene Oil We Offer THE PALACE, and Guarantee
H cannot lie beat for qtiality or price: also, THE
VTJXCAN, a good oil and above testt
WOODWARD & BROWN'S CELEBRATED PIANOS!
The Cheapest t;ool IMaiio: New llaten Organ Co.s I'arlor Organf.
K.W.
OFFER FOR SALE
& NEW GOODS!
DILLINGHAM & GO
TO ANNOra'KTILVTTIIKT
rc ckt for caa it tk lewnt yrltn raiiar ft
The FoUowin? 3IercliantlNc jiwt
, . -U irr turn Blnip;-i4i4 JkfeB(-UfCWi
IteCOlTOll 1HT fna lurk anal KaUatL t kt k tk7 matt-
fmJj 1 Iw Ik-? Ittntln t fc-ajfr Tk UooJa kailac
nam to tkt meat adnatr i vSmA spa ttvatm
ia .murm f
TllEtl; 1XLL LINES OF
, .VtiKICn.TlltAL flfl'I.KMKNTS!
TEEIE
STMR. V HANS A"
Jtat saw ta. MfxvutMa Swu puner ft. ,
i r- . . . r- t . a. 1
I iiiHiugvi9,iau9ic9 nanmca.
ASD TO AKH1'E PER
NOW FULLY DUE:
Asel Mttrt (8ellT Breaket ev.x ittre4sf4 ta Lkit
awbt
Cases, 6, T, 6 anl S feet, test Bagtislt 0rra
gatetl Hoc fine;, GalvaBttsd IiUgiBg for
same.
Bill. Best Kogliih ronltnd Ccsscnt,
Bdls. best Acaealed Venerag Wire, No. -I, fi,
acd 6,
Btlls. lest EoglisK (islra&ixel Fencine; Wire
'os. 5 acd 6,
r- "i . . l : l iv.- t 1 1
mis uaiiauutu lint iji, an tiro, ! I'l'l Tl V IT111IC Mni.L-i. .
Bales Oennioe Twilled, IHoe-stripwl 1 1 LTI ' ATOH's, IIOUSK H0K.S, &.(.
I A Lrx Atsteavtatrmi
Ox Tkr, Us Dowa. Ox CkaUt.
1 Sturivr. fmUami nra. It v a. .
FULL LUTES OF SOLUTE PLOWS.
Parww PWa, cttta! tlaet t4 tltlr.
ctst :mv rmt. Ms. inn n.v
Imaai ted HHk Datml rtm,
kwll Ptowt. Etxi. nt TeleaTSk rtras. At
lltt-rovt ol tutml aantra, hKhaOas tk, TV sua
ranat llan... kkk ku am Hk tack s
Cairiagt Springs, Cut aad Carria-re Axis.
ratH-t Cuun. lin Vim. limit; XI'
OartW. i-.d rsui Barret
(Of which there is a nnmlxr af worthless
imitations in the market). We are tae Orii.
nal Importers and SOLK AOKJiTS ofthese
Celebrated Bags, and tbe great demaads foe
them from the planters bas induced some 1
manufacturers ami tbeir agents to t nf a STUDEBAKER WAGONS,
cheap imitation or tbem. i.n.i.vi
Wltk svasltn cOactl AiW-3a) t. XHI at
A Fine Assort'mt. ol Crockery ! : "1
I LUBRICATING OILS A SPECIALTT.
A Splendid lot of Ilalish and French Grocer, i ittjr i rn.sfT 011 otapu.td tss -tries,
dartknlars will le given 00 arrival . -,.
cf the Steamship 44 Hansa?' ALSO KEROSKXaB OIL
A small invoice of bcaatifal Irish Linen Dam-
ask, Sheetings, and Cambric Handler- laiwiu.. in..h ..iittimii. EIX'TBK s
chiefs, direct from llelfttt, Ireland.
A small invoice of choice WATER COLORS, . JtEROSENE OH. STOVES
by Celebrated Artists. 1 ,.,
Al4 to arrive by Vessel now loadint at ! ""' """ " """"
uiassaw : English and American Paints and Oils
Pfiat at Wkltr.a.a BruW, Tnrpe.fs
A Cast-Iron Vacuum Pan !
1
fi feet in ilia to. by 7 feet inf.
I Vacsam Pnmpia; Bagiae, 1 1 -inch Cylinder i
and lUach atrehe.
3 Wroti;hMmi Tanks, each leo rmlloos
carjacitT. i
I Wroo;ht-Irca Cluraoty, feet haifs, 37.m
diam, 15-ineh thick.
1 Maltitnbalar Boiler, 10 feet lotax, 6 feet ia
diameter, with farsaee, front doors, etc.
nmrilafsr.
i 30-incb Weston's Patent selrUbBcroc; Set. '
ERRY
OS.
WALEHTIKES
" ARNISHCS,
A nil USE
IU. e.a. I -r. ...
PltatM iiM lliOi.Bt lUa.
rvtiesr, sts 11SC1M,
Bws m PUW, Wlra Ckwk
l, jud rrf Pa...
CtMtVMl trM, n n War
SHELF HARDWARE Or ALL KIJTDS.
Te. .il take, f.vla
pended Sarar-Cnring Centriforal Ma- , . .
chines, with tbe renoisite iadtrendest A LAHGE VARIETY of SCALES
Iron Framinr, Wroo;M-Iron Sor Mixer ruilm faw. rrHt
of 5,000 callons caps city, with Stirrer.
Driving Gear Arc.
1 High-Pressure Diagonal
Steam Engine !
S-inch Cylinder, Is.iib stroke, with
Governor, Fly-wheel and IWtmc ttt
'"'ft vm.utjt.
2 lVronsht-lron Kraporator.
."-ills. Steam ClariSer.
r.ina eakM. Urt-w. aaa hna ra
rmirj swt a4 fiauaeet
House Eurialslilnge Goods.
A rll Ua.yT1a.tn. A raw tita. V
beCssaariMtnsrrRa i M vv. tt
IlmwcU s4 UsMMta ("kaltV
Lamps, ChanOoHers & Lanterns
a sPEcinnr
QiauieiSSM., tkt ttmk htmf m an - SI
I NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS.
OILLINCHAM A CO,
! FortStreet.
Steel ZFH ails
TOE.
PORTABLE OR PERMANENT
Railways !
IB ft. lenmhs: If tfat. ta th. i
reeeivH set "THke tf Attn. -fits
tatujiMtl
rApplU V l CKEEW n,
O W atArpAEU ,
KNOWLES'
STEAM AKD YACUOM POMPS
JZX JoZZ t?lJ2?Lr-J-V- arm a.
etr2fkSk' r.' vzzhk
" c sfzirErt a rn.
FOR SVTIS!
' 75 HEAD COO DWELL BROKEK
! WORK OXEN !
FTIBMH tkrtplotca.k. mnsr Or' far
1 LARGE DTJSCP WAGOKS.
" rort Ritun rAir.
n vtr ainat n.n. . . v
one ncn WDitrftUH inr txni
ale. ia uifdB it rues.
AselV to iteaarfenimf at IMu UxaH
r. a xnacri-fc a 10 nitat
.ro. w wiLUvxa aw
ILL PERSMS SEEKWS imVtKXT
A3TD AT.r, IMRTiris EmiEItI"
XX llatM. ! t.r it nt I.Uad, ! tVt
!rt Want of Employees)
WW ateax attl. Iki aaU aat. U IM
I4 k. win t an la ifctr s.ev Im ta arte

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