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s jrarbx)y doctn t care
Jr(,,t j , rr(,.
Sharks bavo cyelidsj wlialos hayo none.
George Augustus Sala is fond o agiod
icirir . i
iiwVsmost influenced by hard times
an? pocket books. I
rro.Wick Douclass is believed toiuo
at least 160,000.
"W ct -winters liavo been found to result
disastrously to insects. !
Next to a ivifo the easiest thing for a
pwr man to got isrto get in debt. j
r. nr, inl.nTirwt sorrow that has mar-
rl i lifphaKhpon lirnnUincl intx IloJlltmnn
w nnt ivpp;Hib with us strengthens
, onr nerves and sharpens bur slnll. Our
I antagonist is our helper.
Senalcr So-well, of iSew Jersey, is sam
; touso more ink in signing his name than
: any man in tliat urancn ui iuu Amjjiyao.
i rroi o;ti irafnr nnd Knaii "will take out
Imnchine grease, -where other moans would
J not ue actvisauie on accuuui jj. w ""
ti, incr iiicln fnr nresorvo
jars etc, is boiled flour paste, mado
ii. n of weak carbolic
acid and ten drops of oil of cloves to tho
pint. f ft
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JIT. vjuapuiau, uuu vwuium
Agent of the Belgian Government at San
Franeibco, announces that a "Universal Exposition
is to bo opened at Antwerp on
May 2d, 1SS5.
This is said. to bo a very good remedy
f.vr lirmvcnnncc. "Ronf. ilin ivlilf.n of an CCC
to a stiff froth, add two tablespoonfuls of
snew. the iuico of one lemon, and a glass
of warm water.
TJ7 flmf line iwrmivr pfimmmids the or-
vice of men; bo that bas not, must be
thankful for whatever ho gets. Consequently,
to i5e poor is to be weak, to bo
neb is to be strong.
"When a woman objects to boing referred
ljasa"woan," and insists upon being
called a "lady,"' it may bo taken for granted
that sbo has more vanity than brains,
end more polish than self respect
Lights should not boJeft burning in tho
sloeninc rooms ofrcMldreniat. night: t Tho
Tho Tirst Thousand Dollars.
Tho first thousand dollars that a young
Iman after going out into tho world to act
Ifor himself, earns and sates will generally
IBettle the question of business life with
Ihim. There may ho exceptions to this
f statement; yet, for a rule, wo think that
" it will hold true.
Tho first condition is that tho man ac
tually can the thousand dollars in question.
He does not inherit this sum. It
i does not come to him by a streak of good
luck, as tho result of a fortunate venture
Sin the purchase and sale of a hundred
shares of stock. It is tlie fruit of personal
' industry. He gives his time and his labor
for it. Vfhilo he is thus earning and sav
ing it, he must earn two or three, or perhaps
four times as much to pay his current
expenses. Ho is consequently held
sternly tQithe task of industry for a considerable
period. The direct consequence
to him is steady, continuous and sohd discipline
in the habits of industry in
Salient, persistent, forecasting and
effort, breaking np all tho tendencies
to indolence and frivolity, and making
him an earnest and watchful economist
of time. Ho not only lcarnshowto
work, but he also acquires the love of work;
and, moreover he learns the taluc of tho
sum which he has thus saved out of his
earnings. He has toiled for it: he has observed
its slow increase from time to time;
and in his estimate it represents so many
months or years of practical labor. His
ideas of lifo are shaped by his own experience.
These natural effects of earning
the first thousand dollars we hold to be
very large benefits. They are just the
qualities of mind and body which are
most likely to secure business success in
after years. They constitute the best
practical education which a man can have
as a worker in this working world. They
are gained in season for life's purposes,
at tho opening period, just when they aro
wanted, when foolish notions are most
likely to mislead an inexperienced brain,
and when, too, there is a full opportunity
for expansion and development in later
years. Men have but one life to live; and
hence, they start? from opening manhood
but once. And tho manner in which they
start, tho purposes they have in view, and
the habits they form, will ordinarily deter
mine the entire sequel of their career on
earth. To succeed, men must have tho
dementi of success in t7icmscltcs. One great
reason why there are so many useless, inefficient,
and poverty-stricken men on
earth or, rather, boys, seeming to bo
men consists in tho simple fact that they
did not start right A prominent reason
why tho children of tho rich so frequently
amount to nothing maybe found in tho
luxury, easo and indolence which marked
tho commencement of their lives. It is tho
law of God that wo should bo uotlirs on
earth; and no one so well consults the
best development of his being as when
ho conforms his practice to this law. Tho
workers in some suitable sphere aro tho
only jeally it ring men in this world. Exchange.
For centuries tbo isthmus of Corintb, separating
tho Gulf ofr Gorintb, whioli is about in
tho center of Greece, from the Gulf of Egina,
has attracted particular attention because of
tho barrier it presented to navigation between
tho Black and Adriatic Seas and the
A canal cutting tho isthmus at
its narrowest part was commenced by the Eo-man
Emperor Nero, and tho canal now being
excavated is on a lino nearly identical with
tho one adopted at that time. Three attempts
previous to Ifero, had been made to build the
canal, and at tho JEgian end thorc is a depression
about 130 feet wide at the bottom and
about 5000 feet long, while at the wost side
the work can be traced for 6.500 feet from tho
shore. Tho route extends in a perfectly
siraigut line, is 20,600 feet long, and tho moBt
formidable riflim pinnntrra1 ?a Fift font lir.ll
The canal will have the same width as that at
Suez, 75 feet and will shorten tho voyage
from the Adriatic Sea to Turkey and isia Minor
by 185 miles. "Work was -begun in 3Iay,
'662, under a contract with a firm for tho total
sum of 55,280,000. Two 300 horse power
marine dredges aro now at -work upon the
canal. The normal running Bpoed of tho buckets
is fourteen a minute, or during a day of
ten hours 8,400 bucket -loads will be raised,
thw being equivalent to 7,560 cubic yards.
The total population now Connected with the
work is 2,300. According the present pro-gross,
it is expected that it will bo completed
in 1886. Tho total expenditure np to June 28
last was SlOOOO.&uJiifc Ammcan.
One of our religious .monthlies, which
has a largo "freo list," lately sent the
names of its subscribers in u certain town
, mi unc oi me nuniuer, asiangninrto report
whether all of them were still living in the
place and regularly receiving tho copies
mailed to them. He replied: "All here
except Brothers r. He went to heaven
last summer. His widow and children
remain here permanently."
Agent to toko Acknowledgment to Con
tracts for Labor.
l(hS Interior omce. llonnlnln. ly
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IK HARDWARE
Catlcr, Dry Goods, ralnts and Oils, and General
1006 Xo. 37 Fort Street. Honolulu. ,ly
Agent to tabo Acknowledgments to Contracts
for Xialior. i
Oiucc at 1 ST. S.Dock, Esplanade,' nonolnln.'lh I.
' W- l CASTLE,
and Notary Tnblie. Attends all the Courts of the
V. O. bMrrn. h. A. TrrtmsTOJf.
SMITH, & THURSTON,
ATTORN EYS AT LAW.
997 ?o. 33 Merchant Bt.isHonolnln,,H4 I. tf
OFFICE 13 Kaahumann Street,
1018J IIonolnlu.H.I tf
ft fcW.".USTiH WH1T1KQ,
!..;&! t t.Vn A,lnnirlMlfTpmrtitiinf ... TndtrnmcntS for
" iii. --
the Island of Oahu.
lftJS No. O Kaahnmann Street. Honolulu. lyr
CxROCERY. FEED STORE and BAKERY
Corner Kinc and Fort Streets, Honolulu.
lAuctioaeerland' ComIsHon Merchant,
1031 Queen Street, Honolulu.
. a. CLEGHOIW &
lironTKns ad bealebs ik
j007 Corner Qnccn and Kaahnmann Streets. ly
Agont to talio to Contracts
In the District of Kona,Islandof Oahn,at the Office! of
the Honolulu Waterworks, foot of Knuanu btrcct.
.IOIIIV n. PATV,
ROTARY PUBLIC and C0MOSSI0HER of DEEDS
Tor the States of California and Tfcw YorV. Office at
the Hank of Bishop & Co., Honolulu. 1010 ly
cues srnECKELS. VM.o.imujf.
win. c . mwir & to.,
Su?ar Factors and Commission Agents
Honolulu. H.I. 1014
HOJL.L1ISTER & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
09 Nunann Street, A cor Fort i. Merchant Sts. lftO
Supplement Feb, 11,1885.
A Jorsoy Pot.
Mr. Charles Aldrich, of Iowa, has published
in The Hamilton Freeman a biographical
sketch of a Jersey cow "Joie," by name;
register Xo. 5,71G. Ho bought her sevon
years ogo, rhen two months old, and several
times refused 5400 for her, and might doubt
less nave realized a large price had he consented
to bring her East among tho speculative
"She 'knew everything' that a cow could
possibly know, and I have no manner of doubt
understood much that was said to her. Her
prominent eyes were mild and pleasant, and
her coat about tho neck, breast and shoulders
tho most beautiful dark 'squirrel gray' that
can be imagined shading into light brown
and the most immaculato white. Her color
was what is called 'solid.' Sho had no spots,
but one color shaded into another by quite
imperceptible degress. The color of her skin
was as rich as orange-peel, her tongue and
moulh very dark and her teeth the very
"One could speak to her in an ordinary
tone, and she would come out of the herd and
follow anywhere. Nothing delighjed her mora
than to como quite close to three or four persons
who were conversing, and, with a hand
upon her neck, listen to what was being said!
One of President Knapp's superb Holstein
cows has this same habit. Tho summer sho
was three 3'cars old her butter for seven days
jweighed twelvo and one-half poundB. This
summer 1 intended to make another test and
exhibit her at tho State Pair. I have no
doubt she would havo yield not less than
eighteen pounds per week."
It will be observed that tho foregoing is in
tho past tense. For this Gnc typical specimen
of her breed beautiful, sagacious, affectionate
and usoiul pet is buried in a deep
grave by tho riverside, under oaks. It is
hardly necessary to add that, notwithstanding
the best care all her life, and overy effort
to mitigate her intense sufferings, at tho last,
she fell a victim to "milk-fever." Her owner
andhis family "parted with her most sadly
and regretfully, and "her death makes tho
farm a lonesome place' Cor. Field & Farm,
How to Spoil a Husband.
The Presbyterian Banner gives the following
Ucnpeck him. Snarl at him. Find fault
with him. Keep an untidy house. Humor
him half to 'death. Boss him out of his boots.
Always have tho last word. Bo extra cross
on wash day. Quarrel with him over trifles.
Never have meals ready in time. Eun bills
without his knowledge. Vow vengeance op
all his relations. Let him sew the buttons
on his shirts. Fay no attention to household
expenses. Give as much as ho can earn in a
month for a new bonnet. Tell him as plainly
as possible that you married him for a living.
Raise a row if ho dares to bow pleasantly to
an qld lady friend. Provide any sort 'of pick
up meal for him when you "do not expect
strangers. Get everything tho woman next
door gets whether you ean afford it or not.
Tell him children inherit all their meau traits
of character from his side of tho family. Lot
it out sometimes when you aro vexed that yon
wish you had married some other fellow that
you used to go with. Give him to understand
as soon as possible after the honeymoon that
kissing is well enough for spoony lovers; but
that for married folks it is very Billy.
A Boar -which Brinks Boor.
An enterprising and good-natured visitor at
Castlo Park, a few days ago, in generosity of
heart, presented the bear with a bottle of beer.
Bruin ascended his throne, and after uncorking
tho bottle, drank it, and appeared much refreshed
and well Batisfied. This amused tho
visitor to such an oxtent that he took a glass
himself and gave the bear another bottle. Tbo
performance lasted about two hours, the generous
visitor drinking his glass each time his
bearship put a bottle of tho "bop-juice" under
his belt. At the expiration of two hours it
was found that bruin had indulged in nineteen
bottles of beer, and his friend had got himself
on the outsido of nineteen glasses of the loamy
The only difference to bo discovered between
the two was that bruin was quiet and docile,
and walked to tho end of his chain with bis
usual dignified tread, while tho man imagined
that he was the Czar of all the Bussias, and
was momentarily expecting to hear an explosive
missile buret about him. Ho waB finally
conveyed homo "upon a shutter," while tho
bear quietly walked Mb beat and looked anx
iously iar mo appoarancs oi anoinor
ing visitor who would "set 'em up." Ex.
Wages op Servants at Home and
AnnoAD. Irx 1870 there were d.075,000 domestic
servants in the country; at this timo
thcro aro undoubtedly at least 1,200,000,
Most of them have no votes, but they have
fathers, brothers and othor relatives to whom
hero earnings aro of importance Tho wages
of servant girls in Liverpool average 0.68
per month, in Marseilles $6.75, in Chicago
S14. Wages of cooks in Liverpool average
$9, in Chicago $20. The consular report
that the average paid to all servants
of this class in England is about $7.81 In
Franco about $6.27, and in this country, while
tho wages aro 8omowha Jower than at Chicago
or in other largo cities, tho average ia
The Onmmcrcial Banklhir Co. of Sydney, Sydney,
The Bank or New Zealand, Auckland, and Its
Branches In Chrlstchurch, Duncdln and Wellington.
The Bank of British Colnmhla, FortJand, Orcson.
The Azore and Madeira Islands.
The Chartered Bank of London, Australia and China, 23
Hongkong, Tokohami, Japan.
AndtransactaUeneralBanklngBusincss. lOlfl ly
II. IIACKFJEX1 & CO.,
GENERAL C 0 MKISSIO K AOERTS,
1048 q,nccu Street, Honolulu, H. I. J
P. A. SCIIAEPJBR k CO..
Importers &. Commission Merchants
10S Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. 7
JLAIIME & CO.,
And Importers of and Dcaleara in Hay, Grain, and
1003 General I'rodncc. Honolnln, 11.1. ly
W. A. KlNNET. A. P. PtTElufc.
KINNET & ETERSOW,
orFICE, Ko. 15 KAAHUMANU STREET.
1008 Honolnln, II. I. . lj
r. O. Surra. L. A. TnonsToK.
W. O. SMITH & CO-
Stock and Real Estate Brokers,
1047 Xo. 38 Merchant St.. Honolnln, II. I., tf
FRANCIS M. HATCR
B97 So. 11 Kaahnmann Street. 1yr
WILDER 4c CO.,
Corner of Fort and Cncen Steets, Honolulu,
nm her, Paints, Oils, Hails, Salt and Building
1007 ly Materials of overy kind.
M. W. McCHESNEY & SON
Leather, Hides, & Tallow
Hoya.1 Qoa.j Comp'y.
103S No. 42 Queen St.. Honolnln. II. I. ly
(Formerly ulth B. F. Bollcs i, Co.)
Wholesale and Retail Grocer,
111 King Street, under nannony Hall.
Family, Plantation, and Ships' Stores supplied at
short notice. New Goods hy every steamer. Ordern
rom the other islands faithfully executed.
Eff- TELEPHONE Xo. 119. 10O ly
S. Jt LEVEY & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
FORT STREET, Honolulu, II. I.
Fresh Groceries, and Provisions of all kinds on hand
nnd received regularly from Europe and American
which will be sold at the lowest market rates. L
Goods delivered to all parts of the city free of charge. I
at loast $15. If wo suppose that there .aro
now 1,200,000 employed in this country, their
wages aro about $216,000,000., At tho English
rate of wages," theso same people would I
enrn about $113,060,000; at tho French rate
of wages tho sanio people wouldearn about
90,000,000.. y. Tribune
Pee Zealahdia. Dates to Peb. 3rd.
An earthquake shock was felt on Jan. 15, over a
wide area extending from "Wanganui to Christ-church.
' ' At Wellington, Blenheim and Nelson,
two distinot shocks were experienced, one shortly Of
after the other; bat at no place was tho disturbance
at all severe.
The Bt. Bev. Dr. Temple, Bishop of Exeter, has
been translated to the See of London, vacant by
the death of Dr. Jackson.
Colonial Office still adheres to tho payment of
the cost of annexation, as set down in Lord Derby's
dispatch in July last.
It is proposed to attach shorthand writers to the
Sapromo Courts oKew Zealand. "i
Qnite an unwonted sensation was experienced
in Auckland during the month in tho shape of
what was believed to be a bona fide move for the
annexation of Samoa by tho Government of that
The fiercest firo and grandest pyrotechnic display In
that has occurred in Auckland since the
days when whole streets formed a single holocaust
for the devouring flames, took place on Saturday
night, January 10, caused by a fire in the Auckland
Timber Co.'s establishment, 'Customs-street
West. The fire had also been observed from tho
American man-of-war Iroquois, and Captain Stirling
immediately dispatched Epign Qilmour in a
whale-boat to tender for shore duty the JBervices
of the vessel's own brigade. The New Zealand
Timber Company's loss is calculated at between Of
8,000 and U,000. There being reason to suspect
that the fire was caused by an incendiary, the
vyompany uave ouerea axvj reward lor
leading to the detection of tho miscreant, and
the Government will offer a freo pardon to any
accomplice who will turn Queen's evidence.
The fall In tbo price of sugar is causing people
to look despondingly at the prospects of Fiji.
Tho dry weather has led to the outbreak of alarming
bnsh flres. A vast conflagration is raging
in the bush near Napier, and on Jan. 26 telegrams
were received stating thaf a terrible fire had got
hold of tho bush at Coromandel.
One of the very oldest settlers in the Province
of Auckland, Mr Hoctor Sutherland, died on
Jan. 20 at his residence, Wairoa South, at tho
patriarchal age of 88 years. The deceased gentleman
was bom in the parish of Clyne, Sutherland-shire, E.
Scotland, in 1797, just within thrje years of
the close of last century.
News had reached Cooktown N. Z. Feb 2nd that
the German war steamer Marie had stranded near
Hanlan, Clifford, and Beach are now in active
training for the approaching aquatic contests', and
are doing good work. A critic who recently witnessed
Clifford's performances sayfl that it is a
pound to a postage stamp on Banian. Beach
seems to be doing good work, but Hanlan has
settled fairly down to business, and will bo very
difficult to beat.
DeanBickerstoth, of Gloucester, has been appointed
to the Bishop of Exeter, vice Dr Temple,
appointed to the See of London. Canon King, of
Oxford, succeeds Dr. Wordsworth as Bishop of
Lincoln. The .Archbishop of Canterbury npprpves
of tho translation of tho Bight Rev. Jlr. Templo
to the See of London.
The Government of Fiji disclaims any intention
to proselytise Christian natives.
Prince Bismarck has accepted in an amended
form the annexation rules proposed by England.
Betheli. & Co, of London, have definitely decided
to ran direct steam service from London to
Fiji, via Tasmania. These steamers will, leave
London m February, May, August, and November.
A bottle with a message, thrown overboard by
Mr Consul Belford from tho California , mail
steamer, off Pango Panpo, Samoa, in August last,
drifted ashore ntjBdtumab, and has been brought
thence by Mr Gordon.
A terrible railroad accident occurred at
S. W. on the 26th. nit. rcsultincr in the
death of 12 persons and the wpundingof twice as
many more. At tho inquest on the bodies of those
killed at Cootamundra railway accident 'held at
Sydney January 30th, the verdict of thd jury found
that the Government as guilty of negligence in
not supplying a large .culvert at tbo scene of tho
accident, and thaj the 'catastrophe might have
been prevented if -the gang of feftlers had 'been
supplied with more than one lamp.
Mrs. Leavett, of the American Ladies Temperance
League, addressed a meeting of seamen at
tho Sailors' Best Auckland .H. Z. Feb. 1st. The
address was of the Gospel Temperance type, and
was marked by earnestness of manner and felicity
of expression. The audience, which was a large
one, seemed to fully appreciate tho sentiments.
Detail Map of Honolulu !
Streets, Lanes, Stores, Dwellings, Blocks,
Hydrants, Lamp-posts, Water
Wains, &c. &&
Useful to all Busintts Men.
Complied and Drawn by M. J. JtONSABRAT.
83- Maps on exhibition and orders received at the
office No. 27 Merchant Street. 10Co
Fowlert Patent . Tramway,
18 ponnd Sails. 14 poandEaJls,
WithPatent Steel Sleepers AT
jc aold to close a consignment.
1042 C. BREWER & CO.
PROGRAMMES, HAHGKK3 k?
POSTERS, Executed at the Gizette Offlc
China Ware, Practical SIcctanlcs, Jlonoluln, J
J. M. OAT & CO., SftTTiMAKZRd,
Loft In A. F. Cooke's New Fire-Proof Building, foot
of Nnnann Street. -
Honolnln, II. I. )
Flags of all desctipMflSWadc and repaired..
PIONEER STEAM . I
Candy Wlanufacton Aria aRery
. coasr j
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Baker,
IPS 71 Hotel8trcct,between'Nnn3nriandFortj 3Jy
J. EMMELUTH & CO.,
o 5 Nnnanu Street,
Tinsmiths andPlum'bors.lJoalori litStVl
Ran"cs, Tin, Sheet Iron atd Copper'Ware, keeb con
stantly on hand a full assortment of Tinware,
lzcd Iron and Lead Pipe. India Rnhbcr Hose, &C.c
1003 ly '
C B.W1IjLIAMS, ,
IMPORTER. HAHUFACXUREB TJPH0LSTJ3EX
AND SEALER IK
FURBITURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Furniture Ware-Rooms No. 61 Fort St. Work Shop at
the old stand on Hotel Street.
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to-
1015 ly .
O. J3. MoD U .faUJEaiE
Carpenter and Buii&er
TELEPHONE NO. 3M.
BUILDINGS MOVED AND WIND WILLS ERECTED.
- Ropairing in all its Branches. "S
Work done in any part of the Kingdom. Shop at iny
residence, Waikikf lload near " Sunny Sonth.,r Town
orders may be left at the shipping office or A.F. Cooke,
Queen Street, Honolnln. 1036 ly
LYCAN & CO.,
iaronTEEs ai.d dealeus rs
General Musical Merchandise Palnilags,
Engravings, Chromos, &, &cv &c
The Cheapest place to Buy
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE IN HONOLULU.
FICTURE FRAMES of all kinds
made to order.
1007 Xo. 107 Tort St., IIOBQlalB.
HONOLTJLTJ IKON WOEKS CO.
STRAH ENGINES. SUGAR MILLS
i Ilolters,CuolerslIron, Brs.'sand Lead Castings
Machinery of Every Description
Mails to Order. "CO.
Particnlar attention paid to Ship' Blacksmlthing
WORKexeciitcilontheahortestnotlee. VSi ly
CAja',JS. tb JbS U XXJU3H2H.,
Shop on King Street, opposite Rose's.
Estimates piv en on all Undo of buildings. When required.
Office i and Stores fitted tip In tho latcstEast
crn styles. Repairing of every description done in
the licit rnanmr. and atrcasonablc rates.
- - t hb, a . w
Offer For Sale ex Recehl Arrivals: K
IN QUARTS AND PINTS ,. ,
Joseph Porrior & Co.'s Chalons,
Carte- Argent, Bouzy Moussenz,
Grand Vin Mousseux,
Carte Blanohe med. d'or.,
Of Ghas. Farro, Boims.
Carte Blanche, Dry,
- Lo Brum Frores.
Gustavo Claudon, Cognac.? ; . ,
M. Formont & Coy Cognaof -
i Otard Dupuis & Co., Cognac,
A. Goudin & Co., Cognac,
" J. F. ChevUle, Cognac
Best Scheidaxn Gin:. '
Stone and Glass, .
Key Brand, Anohor Brand, Crown Brand,
. Or J. T. Benekor'a Scheidam
Fine Port Wines:
Malaga, Sauternes; -
Superior Tablo Clarets.
Marie Brixord & Boger, Bordeaux, such as
Crome de Pralines Grillees, a la vanilla,
Creme do Qacao, Chonva a la vanilla,
Orange Bitters, Curacao,
Strasburg- Beer, pts.,& qts.,
GENUINE MANILA CIGARS
Nueva Habonas and Sheroots,
EfT FOR SALE BY
1042 2m 'ED. HOFFSOHLAEGER & CO.
O.Hall & Son
XiTTVTT.I' Jil J- r ) ".
-1 J J 1
1IA"VE FOR SXJ.tT AND ON.TIIE WAY
Hall's Steel Plows !
Ontilaz from 5 in. to 15 in;
HALL'S HEAVY STEEL BREAKERS
12, 14, 15 anil 1C Inch.'
NEW LINE OF r
Hall's Steel Rock Breakers
14, 15 and 10 Inch,
Conialnini: all thg advantages of other, Breakers and
Tmrnber of new Improvements, all made by 'the
a heat ar.oz.ixE now co.
OF ALL SIZES'". '
.' . tti '
KITCHEN AND HOUSEHOLD UTENBILS of
all kinds; - '
PAINT8 AND ODLS of all kinds;
IiTJBEIGATING ODLS best stock market
KEROSENE OIL Downer's, Noonday & jiustral
SniVEfi ELATED "V7ABE from Heed & Barton:
POWDERS all kinds, from Cala. Powder Works
CARRIAGE AND MACHINE sizes;
A Splendid Assortment 1
!CE4PDBB Ot Ml Descriptions;
th" boat nnalltv: arc ooncht
always new. Forpartlcnlaw, werefernBr
cattomers and THIEXDS to 0UH NEW UtfCnlrMiVt
CATALOGUE, which wo will send to any ona npon appli
cation, or call and examine onrSplendld Stockof Goods
OUR WAREROOMS, comer of Fort and
KlntfStreets, Honolnln. IMP
CHICAK KOW .COKING 1H and for sale la
quantities isnit pnrchascr?, ty
tiy C. AFOKG.
Contracting and Building.
MonIdinss and Finish always on
-& Soft StovriroC Cat
GEO. LUCAS, Is
CT OR I BUILDER
HoikiJMu Steam Planing Mills,
U Slanufnc'.nrcsallklnd! of .
Window Frames, t
lindSf Sashes, Doors
And ll kinds of Woodwork Finish.
Tinting, Scroll and Band Sawing!
AT.t. KINDS OF
PlafliBg and Sawing,
Morticing and Tenanting.
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTEm)EB TO
And Work Unnratttccil.
Vtr Orders from the other Islands solicited.
HonolnIrr,May2,188l. 10 lyr
J. D. LANE'S
130 roRTSTKEKT, SKABnOTELST.
Tablets, Marble Mantels,
"Washstand Tops, and
r Tiling in Black and White Marble.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
DE TO ORDER
EST POSSIBLE HATES,
Jlcnditoiie"! Cleanctl and
r Ixlands promptly attended to.
fort Stn Honolnln.
lines, and Genuine
rd's Machine Needles,
1 kinds & sizes;
in all colors;
I EXD, MACHINE C0TT0X.
s llcliablc Cut Taper Patterns.
ications. Dealer In
aqd Sporting Goods,
hder, Caps, & Mcrallc Cartridges.
iff NE STOVES!
un all hijtcf.
the scrriccs of n Gnn
nron"h5technnIc I am now
tliat line, with nromntncs and
fcra solicited. 1017
nil other Steam Hollers,
(jSE IT IS MORE
table, to Explode
Easier of Transportation
,TS NO MORE !
ion and price can be obtained by
1 bole Agent Hawaiian Islands.
V hTHEET. HOHOliVhV,
3CT ECOTTSH STORE
JEST SELECTION OF
;S OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS:
aramcM. Marsh-mallows. Snsared
in tons. Citron Jelly Ice. Sangage
Lemon Own Drops, O. C. Nonpariel
ersation Lozsngers, Mint Lozcngers,
:o!ate, Chocolate unams am
Plain Mixed Candles,
tecans, a. s. Almonds, urazu.
tc Licorice. Adams' (Jam,
Le Oam, Prize lloxes.
dies Retailed at 50c per lb.
AND TRY TIIE3I 5a
Tobacco. Uollister & Co.V Soda
cr Ale on Ice, and a fall line of
II.Y GROCERIES. yrly
ill soon open with a
ION of GOODS
soars WEAE !
aliased by Himself
EBS1GKBD HAAET JUST
(Amy Turner", from Boston, a fall
Fnmps, nhich are
tetter than any other styls of
tVe'call the attention of plantrrs par
Icnom ramp, wmca is less compa
mcarjle than otherpnmps.
j C BRBWEH& CO.
oi xnc asore pfjoms m umrrrinTfrr
to he ccttlfled ta W tho awrre Agent to make tksa
Tua. "' j
Tti AOEST FOR 1MK BRJ riSltl
Marine Insurance CompanyftlraiJetlTnslf
recelTSflnstnietlbna to Refe e of
between Honolula and PorU inr IkeiPJeMc, aaij
now prepared to Issne Polidr at thetJowrist rate,
wjth speelaliednetlon on freiahlpergteaer
103 31y AjjentBrlt For.Mar.Ins.CorJmiletl
TltE HfSTTBAKCrg CCWPAXY.
ttWll UHBERSnuXXB KATIJIS BEX XT'
JL pointed Acenta of the abots Cowpaar.are pre-
alMlBsft and on Merelwnauwi stoitd ttrrtlnt on
the most faToraolo terns For particulars apply at the
office of 1031 X7 F. A. SCHAKFE R Jk D.
FERE INSTraASCE CQMPkWT,
and Hachlnerr Insured sealant Fire as the
most faTonble terras.
A. JAEGCS, Agent for the Hawjlbn Island.
OP HABTTQRP, CQMKCi!lCUT.
MSrt ASSETS mum 1ST, 1334 : SWH.834.41.
Takes risks against n;s or Damage by Fire on
unimings, Jiercnanaite.jiaeninery ana nirniiar;on
laToraoie terms. A. JAEOER.
1008 Asent for Hawaiian Islands.
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
Caah AusU Jancary lit. 1834. 81,595, W&34.
Takes RIks against toss or" Ilamage oy Flrr on
Balldlngs, Merchandise, Machinery and Furniture on
farorable terms. A. JAEOER,
1U0G Agent for DaTrallan Islands.
The City Of Londoii Kre Insurance
CAPITAL. :::::: $10,000,000
ESTABLISHED AX ACIEXCT AT
Honolnln for the Hawaiian Island, the nnder
signed Is prepared to accept risks against are on Balid
Ings.lMerchandise, Fnmltnre, Machinery, on tho most
losses Promptly Adjusted and TayaWe Here.
C O. UEHUEK,
10(11 ly Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
" CF'LOHOOH,ENCtJWO T
d &jao 0.0 00.' l
10a) A. JAEGER. Agent for the IlaWn I
LIVERPOOL and YoHDGN and GLOBE
Assets, - $31,162,000
Claims Paid, $88,714,000
rVf AVE ESTAJ3USHXI AS AUFJTCT IX
XJL Honolnln, for tho Harallan Islands, anft the un
dersign td arc prepared to write risks against
FIRE OX BUILDINGS, UIERCHASDISE &
On favotablc terms SnrelllnffKiskiiKpeeinUtjr
Detached dwrlllngs and contents lnsnm! for a period
of three years, for two preminms in adrance. Ln
promptly ndjasteil and nnynble here.
1017 6m manor co
Marine Insurance Company of Berlin.
Genera! lnsuranceGompany of Berlin.
A BOYS IXMTJBAXrE COMTAJTOS
hare established a General Agency hcrv. and the
undersigned. General Agents, are authorized to take
Rlshs ngalnst the Dnncert ol the Seas at the
Most Jlcnsonnblo Bates, and on the
Most FrtTomble Terms.
1(W) ly F. A. SCIIAEFEKiCO., General AgwHJ.
Cnpltnt i i UclelMtunrk 3,000,000.
TMLE UNVDKKSIGNKD ll.VVI'G
JL been appointed agent of the above Company for
the Hawaiian IslamM U prepared to accept rl.fcs
agnlnst Fire on Buildings. Knrnlture. MereliniH.c.
l'rodncc.bngir MilKAc.on the most far nbk terras.
LOSSES PROHPTLT ADJUSTED AHD PATABLE .1EAT
lOOi lju At Wilder Jt to'.
General insurance Com'py.
Tor Sea, River and Ioad Transport
HAVING ESTABLISHED AN
Agency nt Honolulu fur tho Hawaiian Nlml.
the undersigned OcmT.il m ni ar anllim UeS le Ui-
Risks against the Danger of the Seas at tie
Most Reasonable Rates, and on the
Most Favorable Terms.
F A hCUAEI'ER CO.
1015 Ij Agent for the Hawaiian Iabndi
WILDER & CO.,
Honolnln, Jlnvrnllnn Inland.
Astnln of thr
Mutual Life Insurance Comp'y
OF NEW TOBX,
Largest, Safest and Most
ECONOMICAL LIFE INS. CO
IN THE W0BLD!
Cash Assets, over 890,000,000 I
09" For Information concerning the CosiMajr and
for Rates of Insurance, apply to W 1LDER Co.,
ipcMm Soliciting Agnr
SOUTH BRITISH AMD NATIONAL
FIRE AND 31 AKIN E INSURANCE
COMPANIES OF NEW ZEALAKP.
CAPITAL - . - $20,000,000
L'nlimltitl Li.ibllliv of Shareholder. l5ols J .ar
Having established an Agenc) at HohoImIo, fer the
Hawaiian Island?, the uadereigneil U prepared to
ecpt risks against Kire on Hnlkling. MercitatHlMe
r urnunre, Jiacmnerj, ,ira me mt. is.orauiv lira
Losses Promptly Adjusted and Payable
Marine Risks on Merchandise, Freights
and Treasure, at Carront Rate.
C. O. BEltQER.
1UUI Agent for Illvtrallaa Istoad.
FIRE INSUHANCE COMPANY,
Capital of the Company & ItMcrTcilflcruanrkOUJUJ
Total Reichsmark VK.&tfiO)
FIEE INSTJBANCE COMPANY,
Capital of the Company A Keserre. .Rflcbsaurb 9SBJBB
" their Companies ' .a.Boe
Total Relchsmark ,SWWB
rilMK USDEKSiCXKl,OESJSKAl. AGENTS
JL of the tbora three companle for the HiwaHaa
Islands, are prepared to Insarejjnlldingi.ZiaBUare,
Merchandise and Prodnce, Slaehlnery. c, Uoat
and Rice Mills, and tmscU in the hattor, against Jo
or damazc by fire .on the laosA farorable terras.
lUBly C UACSTEUD 4 CO.
f levering BiilerssSteai fifts
Saves 25 per Cent, of Fuel
PBICE BEDITCET,Q ttmBBh.
tHeo. h. DAVIES & C,f
10 j, Aseali.
t Aaaaat prmfa j
s Aaaaal pra.ii
3 Anacat tkuS3b
5 Aaaaal ?rrmia
IVons Pnld I
Denire to e. tfcl
Which cod Ulatk
TW Lioneoc tl
ui no (HBerior.
i i ar.i
minbr i a 4
t KKIAGt (1
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AT OUR Wj
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