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VOLUME I.
HONOLULU, H. I, DECEMBER 4, 1880.
NUMBER 14.
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THE SATURDAY PRESS.
a smvsi'Ai'Kii ! u ii m s in: i) weekly
susscnirnox
riVE DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE
Hnlt'crlbers and Mvi'rllsrrs will address Mr Thou 1
Thrum, Ilnslness Mansgrr.
All matter fur th Hatnrtlay Press should be atltlressi-tl
to the " HATUItDAY I'ltKS V
"Good Dogs."
The following nnectlotcs of "Good Dogs"
T lirtvo either first or fccoihI hntid, nntl enn
vouch for tlioir truth.
A friend of initio ivns coming up llontl
street n few weeks ngo nntl noticed a very
iiniidftotnu collio dog le.nnitig tight ngninst
ft door. Ho ni lorn pled to jrt hitn on tho
head which tho dog relented, growling nnd
looking vcty N.ivngc. My friend wim mir
prifed nt this, ns most dogs nrc, oh ho ex
pressed it, "very forthcoming" to him,
their innlitict telling tlietn tlint ho is ono of
tltfivifVulH nnd ntlmircrn. Ho wnlktd on
n hiiort dintnnconu'J " it occurred to him
thnt ptohnhly Iho dog hntl heen stolen, nnd
having mndo hi cfcnpo hntl found his wny
hack to his mnstcr's lodgings, in which enm
tho kindbst thing ho could do for till thu
parties concerned would ho to ring tho bell
nnd lot tho dog in. Accordingly ho re
turned, rnng tho bell, nnd knocked with
tho door-knocker. Tho moment ho did this
tho cjcprcfcsion of tho dog's eyes nllcrctl.
Itifctcnd of looking snvngo its before, ho
gn.cd into my friend's fnco with softened
eyes nnd held out lis paw. This wns quito
volttntnry on his part ns my friend did not
notico him on his return, but rather stood
on his gunrd nnd held nloof, ns far ns pos
mI)Io, wliilo ringing tho hell. When tho door
wns opened tho dog bounded in, nnd (ho
scrvnnt told my friend ho would bo heart
ily welcomed ns his mnstcr hnd lost him
for somo days nnd vnlucd him most highly.
Somo years ngo II. M. S. Ciliopc wns
commnnded by aw Evorord Home, who
wns tho senior officer on tho Australian
station. Ho hnd ti lino Newfoundland dog
whicli wns particularly nttnehed to him.
Sir Evorord wns taken ill, nnd during his
illness, which grew from bad to worse, tho
dog lay constantly outside- his cabin, door.
On tho night thnt ho died, tho dog gnvo n
most piteous prolonged howl. Tho tnnrino
who wns on sentry nt tho door, said , " My
word ! it must bo nil up with tho enptnin. "
And so it wns; ho had pif-scd nwny nt that
vory momont. Ho wns tnken on shore nnd
buried in tho Now Town Cemetery nt Sj'd
noy. Whoti tho dog saw tho coffin lenving
iho ship ho toro himself nwny -from tho
sailors who tried to stop him, jumped otit
of ono of tho mnin deck ports nnd swntn
on shoro. Ho followed tho f unornl pnrty
to tho comotcry nnd thon bnck to tho ship.
Ho wns most kindly troalcd by tho snilors
and offered food nnd wntor, but although
ho wngged his tail nnd showed grntitudo
lor ihuir atton lions, ho wns only nblo to
drink a littlo water. In vnin they caressed
him; and plnccd tompting morsels boforo
him, ho pined awny nnd died within a wcok
ofhis mnstor's death.
There is a goutlcmnn living in Scarbor
ough who has n vory knowing little Scotch
tcrrior. Whon ho is going nwny tho dog
ovidonlly finds it out by hecing his mnstcr
packing up his portmnntoau, nnd nlwnys
superintends tho operation with a very dole
ful expression of countenance. Ono morn
ing lately, ho wns looking on in this man
ner, nnd his mnster went down stnirs to
hnvo somelnuchcon beforo stnrting, leaving
his dog in (ho room with tho portmanteau
packed but htill opon. Ou his roturu ho
found his dog looking more cheerful, hav
ing taken every siuglo thing out of tho
portmanteau and disposed them in difforout
corners of the room. In ono wny ho vory
nearly accomplished his purpose, inasmuch
ns in consequence of this unexpected delay
his mnstcr vory nenrly lost his trnin, having
allowed no extra timo for such an unlookcd
for contra temps. If ho hns missed his
journey tho dog would probably hnvo tried
tho experiment ngnin.
Sir Robert Sheffield htul a vory hnndsomo
hnd clovor Scotch collio called " Scottio, "
whom ho brought to London with him
from his country residence in Lincolnshire.
" Scottio " being in tho habit of travelling
in tho eamo railwny carriage ns his master
iu his own immediate neighborhood, ob
jected strongly to lioing put into tho dog
compartment for his journey. Uowovor, ho
hnd to submit. Ho wns much ploascd
with Loudon, nnd specially enjoyed driving
through tho streets with his mnstcr in tbo
carriage or a Unusotu cab, particularly tho
latter, as he sat up on tho bent nnd could
bco nil that wns going ou, Ono day his
master took him to tbo Grcnt Northern
Station iu order to send him back to Lin
coltibhiro. " Scottio " seemed hs happy as
usual until they came iu sight of tho sta
tion, wbon ho began to whine and fidget,
either from rcminisceuccs of his former die.
.agreeable trip or nt tho idea of kovprance
from bis master. Tho iustnnt tho Hansom
topped ho jumped out nnd mode straight
'for his muster's lodgings in Grosvenor
street. Sir Robert wns afraid ho had lost
him for ever, but when ho renched homo
thero wns " Scottio " arrived -before him,
comnlucentlv wntruiiiir his tail. His soubo
,of locality was very woudorful, enabling
to find the shortest wny through bo many
.sheets, nil of which wcro slraugo to hiui.
Ono of tho most intelligent animals I
ever henid of wnB a spnniol called " Hello,"
who belonged to a geutlemnu in tho north
of Ireland. She was black, with a white
patch ou her chest, her hair being ns soft
as eilk and in long curls. Sho was very
fond of haviug her hair brushed, nnd when
told to fetch tbo brush would seek out ber
mistress nnd beg for it. Somotimos sho-l
would not accept the brush when it was of
fered to her. This was well-known to
mean that she bad been bent for iho keys.
She" understood the ditlercnco between the
woids " keys " nnd " brush " perfectly, and
if bout to fetch ouo would never bring tho
other. " Dollo " was of a very allVctionnlo
and intcnt-cly jealous disposition. Her
master, by wny of a joke, would sometimes
pretend to bestow au extra nmouut of nf.
lection ou his wife. "Hello" would not
object to a moderate exhibition, but if sho
did not como in for a shnro of tho extra
amount, fcho used to try and pull her mis
tress awny and insinuate her own silky
person between her and her mattor, so as
to be included iu his caresses, sitting up
whining and lickiug his baud, aud then
pulliugher wis It-ana' gowu ultuobt savagely,
Then her master would feign nngcr with
his wife, nnd threaten to striko her, upon
which " Hello " would immediately take her
mistress' part, barking furiously, showing
her tcoth, nnd her eyes Dashing with indig
nation. Her mistress wns not to bo mndo
too much of nt her expense, but ou no ac
count wnR sho to ho ill-usctl. Liko many
other good dogs of my ncqunititnucc, sho
know Sunday perfectly.
I know a beautiful King Charles belong
ing io somo ladies in Onslow Squnre, who,
iultuunccd I suppose by tho hospitable
fpirit of his owners, invariably offers re
freshment to any guest who mny enter tho
drawing-room. No matter how comfortably
ho may bo dozing on tho rug, up ho starts
ns soou ns ho hears strnngo footsteps nnd
voices, runs into a distant corner of tbo
loom where biscuits nro'kept for him, seizes
ono in his mouth, nnd offers it in turn to
each new comer. Truth compels mo to ndd
that Fritz docs not press tho ncccptnnco of
the refreshment very warmly ; ho just wnits
for a pat nnd a word of thanks, nnd hurries
off in n wny that rnthcr suggests tho con
duct of tho nmiablo lndy in tho "Old
Curiosity Shop " when sheoffcrs food to tho
" mnrchioiipss, " nnd tells her not to go
nwny nnd say sho hadn't bcon nsked if she
would have .11 ore. Fritz's mistress tells n
remarkable story of n predecessor of his,
another Fritz, who hnd nlso hospitnblo
tendencies. Ho was in tho habit, whon
thirsty, of carrying a littlo cup in his mouth
tip and down stnirs nnd nil over tho houso,
till ho found somo ouo who would (ill it
with milk for him. Ono evening a lndy
enmo on n visit, accompanied by a littlo
dog cnllcd "Tippo. " It so happened that
both tho ladies of tho house wcro compelled
to bo absent at tho timo of tho arrival of
iho visitors, so Fritz at onco took upon
himself the part of host. Ho ran directly
to get his cup of milk filled,. n.nd placed it
beforo tbo littlo stranger dog. When night
came, bo proffered him his own comfortable
bed, which wns graciously accepted. In
telling mo this story, his mistress being a
conscientious person, hero felt obliged to
mention a circumstance- which slightly de
tracted from tho unselfishness of tho net
namely, that ho deprived tho cat of her
basket for his own accommodation. Thcso
civilitios continued for about n week, nt
tho end of which timo Fritz npparently
considered that tho visit had lasted long
enongh, nnd quietly but firmly resumed his
night-quarters.
One moro "good dog" I must montion,
a Russian selttcr, called " Boon, " who be
longed to my father, and who lived with
us nt our home in Wales whon I wns n
child. Ho wns a very " good dog " indeed,
equally strong nud gentle, active nnd con
scientious iu his duties ns a retriever, aud
a most fdrhoaring, nffectionnto plnyfcllow
ty us children. Ho end a wondcrfullv ten
der mouth, nnd would carry eggs in it, nnd
bring thom homo for mo at full gallop,
without breaking them, nnd has beoti
known to catch a monsoand let it go again
quito unhurt. My father tells, amongst
others, tho following anccdoto of him :
Ho was out shooting with a friond, my
eldest brother, thon au Eton boy, nc
compnnying him. Thoy wcro in a patch of
thick clover, nnd my fnthor hnd just shot
a haro, which " Boon " hnd brought to bis
feet, nnd thon lain down besido it. Ho
wns completely surrounded by bushes, nnd
could sco iu no direction but over his head.
As my father rc-londed ho noticed my
brother with his friend's gun nimiug nt
somothing iu a tree; ho firod, nnd a thrush
flew away.
" You'vo missed him ! " cried my fnthor.
"I thiuk not," answered my brothor
cngcrly. " I snw feathers fly, nnd ho seemed
to turn down youdcr ns if hit. I'll go and
look. "
He loft tho plantation, nnd called out
prcsontly from n spot somo fifty yards out
sido, that ho hnd found n, lot of feathers,
nud was suro his bird lay in tho ditch.
" Pull him out, " said my fnthor.
" So I would, " ho nnsworcd, " but tho
ditch is vory deep, and very full of bram
bles. "
"Call "Boon," thon, and sco if he will
hclpyou.
But "Boon " didn't wait to bo called; ho
rushed straight to tho spot, leaping tho
plantation fence, plunged into tho ditch,
drow out the thrush, though geucrally care
less of anything but game, dropped it at tho
boy's foot, nnd then made his way strnight
back to my father, who saw tho whole pro
ceeding, and can dcclaro that ho acted on
no directions but such as ho might dorivo
from hearing my brother's words.
"As I write about "Boon," yot ono
moro " good dog " risos to my mind. I
seem to sco his sleek blaok-aud-tau form,
rather to solid in its proportions for perfect
bonuty, sitting up with raised front paws
nnd bosecohing eyes for anylongth of timo
wuou wo weru nt, uttiiier; never cumpiniuiug
if 110 ouo nttended him, but only loaning
his back ngainst tho wall a littlo whon he
grew vory tired.. I cannot toll you much
about this roobt dear dog of all, because
tho tondorcst associations of my lifo aro
connected with him; but I sometimes think
that for such " good dogs ns this ono,
when thoir short utibelfish lives hero nro
over, there must bo somothing iu store be
sides tbo gravu iu tho gardon.
lll'NANillUON.,
Importers of Gineril Merchandise
KnOM
FJtANOE, ENGLAND, O Eli MAN V, AND
UNITED STATES,
No. 29 Merchant Street, Honolulu, II. I,
NYMAN BKUH,,
WHOLESALE GttOGERS,
XllandSlS Callforul Ulrvet,
nan r maw timiu,
IV- Vartlcular attention paid lo fllllus tnd shipping
bland orders. r
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY,
It. LOVK A BROTHKH, frsprUters,
NttUANU 8KBKT.
1'llot. Vcillum and Naw Ilread always on hand and
made to order Also, Water, Soda and Duller Crack
era, Jenny I.lnd Cakes, f.
Bhlp Bread r-rske4 oa the shortest uotlce. Family
Urad. uisde of the Bt flour, baked dally and slit ays
on hand. , i
Ms .-B-sJW Barvsv Iks Utt t)iMlUy
ly
J. M. DAVIDSON,
Attornny nntl Counsellor nt Law,
Merchant St., Honolulu, II. I.
17
EDWARD PRESTON,
Attorney nnd Counsellor nt Lnw,
W Tort Htrr-ct, lloncluln.
It
1
MRS. D. B. GRIFFIN,
ltW Kort St., Honolulu,
Fashlonnltlo Milliner nnd ITJress Mnker.
1 New floods ami Htylcs received every month ly
DR. N. B. EMERSON,
iirrsioiA.i and auiioHonr
Office at ))r. Hoffmann's Urn? Store, St Merchant Nt.
Hcpldcnce, corner Knkiil anil Kort street (thenld Krnger
premises) OlUce hours!) to II A. . 2 to I v. v. 3 Bin
J. NOTT & CO..
Importer nnd Dcn-lors in Stoves, Ranges,
Metals, llnnsc riirnlshln-r flood". Crockery. Olas. and
China Ware, Practical Mccl anlc, Honolulu, II. I.
.il
A. W. RICHARDSON & CO.,
IMI-OntKllS ANII IlKAt Kits lf
Hoot". Shoes, Kiirnllilni floods. Hats, Caps, Trunks,
Valises. Perfumery anil Unrips, Wnltliam Watches,
Klne Jewelry, etc., eorner of Port ant! Merchant Ms,,
Honolulu, II. I. I ly
M. DICKSON,
Photographic Artist,
IWantI 101 Port Street.
Pictures of all slues anil kinds made to order, and
Frames of all descriptions constantly on hand. Also,
Shells, Corals, and I'nrltisUles of I lie 1'acHlc. 2 ly
L. W. HOPP,
Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer, Dealer In
Tnrnitnre,
No. 89 King Street, between Nuiianu and Kort Streets.
Mattresses constantly on hand or matlu to order.
My
THOS. O. THRUM,
Importing nnd Manufacturing Stationer.
News Affen t. Book Binder, Ac,
Merchant Street, and Dealer In
Fine Stationery, Hooks, Music, Toys and Kancy Goods,
1 t'ort Street, near Hotel, Honolulu. ly
w. Si. WFNNBn. JtniN swknebx.
WENNER &. CO.,
Fori Street, opposite Odd Fellow a' Hall,
Mannfactnrlnf; Jowolora, Diamond Setters,
Knijravers, and Dealers In Jewelry of all hinds. Shell
and Kukul Jewelry made to order. Orders also re
ceived and talthfnlly nttended to for all kinds of Hair
Work in Jewelry or Memorial Designs. 1 ly
D. W. CLARK,
"Watch Maker and Jeweler,
IMronTER or
Waltham and till other American Watches,
Clocks and Jcivclri.
Watrh Itcpalrln made a sjmclilty.
1 ly No. IT .Merchant Street, Honolulu.
FRANK OERTZ,
BOOT AND SH OE MAKER
No. SO Merchant St., next to Thos. (1. Thrum.
tools and Mlioes ."Undo to Oriler, of llrst Jin
Ifrlrtl.niiil nl llensniililc I'rlccs.
Boots and Shoos mado for Cash only
ajy
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
Importers and "Wholesalo Donlers In Gene
ral Merchandise,
2 Makcc's Mock, Queen Street. ly
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
211 California St., San Francisco.
Special facilities for and pnrtlcslar attention paid to
conlgnmcnta of Island produce, ly
T. J. MOSSMAN,
Importer and Dealer in Crockery,
Plain and Decorated Porcelain, Cut and Pressed Glass,
Silver Plated Ware, Cutlery, Chandeliers, Lamps,
Chimneys, Ktc. , ,
Fire Proof Store, cor. Klntr and Nunami Sts., Honolulu.
2 ly
E, COOK WEBB, M. D.,
Homeopnthlst,
(Late Chief of Stan Homeopathic Hospital, Ward's
Island, N. Y.)
Office 60 Fort Street. Special attention to diseases of
women nnd children.
OIBce hours Until 10 A. M. 2 to I r.M. 2 ly
O. BEdELKEN. O. BNflLIMO.
G. SEGELKEN & CO.,
No. SNuuanu Street,
Tinsmiths nnd Plnmhers, Dealers in Stoves,
Ranges, Tin, Shict Iron and Copper Ware, keep con
stantly on hand a full assortment of Tinware, Galvan
ized Iron and Lead Pipe. India Rubber Hose, c, Ac.
g iy
A. L. SMITH,
41 ronT btheet, ivronTau anu dbaleii in'
M'tlden Quadruple Plated Ware, Glassware, King's
Combination Spectacles and Ere Glasses, Brackets,
Vases, Lustral Wire Ware, Fancy Soars, Picture
Frames, Wostenholm's Pocktt Knives, Seizors, Pis
tols, Powder, Shot and Ammunition, Clark's Spool
Cotton, Machine Oil. all kinds of Machine Needles,
"Domestic'' Paper Fashions, Solo Agent for the uni
versally acknowledged
Light Running Domestio Sewing Machine.
n. k. wiiithit, J.-vr. bobkhisok
WHITNEY & ROBERTSON,
(Snrcessora to II. M. Whitney)
Stationers, PuhHahora, News Dealers and
Book-Binders.
1 Merchant Street, Honolulu, II. I, ly
the" honolulubook-bindery
does bindiko of all descriptions.
The work executed at this establishment la tinder the
supervision of Mil. JOHN I.. 11EE8, who is well known
as an experienced workman, and ctiiinof beturpuntd.
WUKH IIU.MK AT THE LOWEST MATEM.
WHITNKY & KOUKItTSON,
Stationers, Publishers, Nows Dea'crs and Uook Binders
Mjf
TIIi:. II. DAVIEN,
Utr Jaxioa, anx A Co.J
IKFOBTEB AND C0KMIS8I0IT MEBCHAHT,
aid Aocsr roa
Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters,
Ilrltish aud Foreign Slariue In.urauca Company, and
Nurtbrrn Asuranc.Coiii.aii-. u' ly
CAHT1.K Sc HATCH,
Attorneys ect XjtT"sV-
W. It. OASTLK. Notary Public, attend all the
C'ourta of the Kingdom.
Particular attention paid to the iieKollatlou of Loans,
Conveyancing, Collecting, etc. SHr Money to loan on
Mortgage.
Dlllcot No, IS ICaabumauu street, Honolulu, Hawaiian
l.lanila. j 7l ly
IIOI.I.INXKIt At CO.,
Dntygittt, Aivlhtcaritt,
Importers of Tobaooo and Clgura,
Manufacturerf of Soda Water,
Arents for P. Lorlllard Co". Tin Tsr; W. 8. Kimball
Co's Vanity Fair; aud Goodwin A Co's Old
Judge. Tobaccos andClKarettes.
6161 So a . ii ilium Hlrrrt. lluiioliiln. ly
4. W. .HAtlFAHI.AIMi: sk CO,.
IKPOltTEHS AMD COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Iloblu.on's t'lrs-proof llulldlnf,
Que.u Street, Hoaululu, II, I.
aoiNia roa
The QUigow and Honolulu Lin of Packets.
Jului Hay A Ci'i Liverpool aud Lourtiiu Packets,
Th alkapn Plant itloii,
Tli. Spsorsr rianUtluu, llllo,
llskalau I'lantslhni, llllo.
illrrlees, T'll A tVaUon, 8iir Machinery,
Th I'liuloaSliesp Itaneh CumpswT. 7f
i.n. oastlr. j. . ATiianroa
(1ANTI.I! 4c OOOMi:.
SUIPPINO AND C0MMI88ION MEBCHANTI,
IMI'DIITEHS ANU
Dealora In General Merchandise,
No. SO King 3tra, Honolulu, Hawallau I.laiids,
... AOKNTb fOK -..-The
Union In. ursne Company of Han franclico. ThsNsw
i:iillu4 Mututtuiulu.urancs uompsny, ll.nu.o.
Tbs Oraznn Packs! Line.
ThsKohslal'Unlalloo,
Ilr, J.yiis A sWtColsbrateJ
Mliclnsi.
The Haiku PUalsllou,
IValtlua Pltntslhiii,
llauukita IMantalloa.
IVlie.ltr A Wliou's 8wlux
Msehlnes. nsui ir
BISHOP ft CO.,
ANKHHI.,
IIONOI.CI.V, till HAWAIIAN ISLAM U
. , DRAW KXCIUMJK 0N
INE lW OF CUIFOfUII, i ill FUftCISCO
ARO tikis lllllll IS
lew Vark.
Hoalusi,
Paris,
Aacklasu,
THE OMENTM IMI CCWMTIM, ; : LON
sap tuna aaiacutsia
" K"lli ,
yUiir,so(l
Mslbantms, -Aai
IrasuctaQsatral Haakla Buslatss. ,. It? J J
ED. C. ROWE,
Honse nnd Slp;n Painter, Paper Hanger, c
rsa ly No III Fnrt Street. Honolulu. 2
w.ii. jom.iMin,
Moi'dinnt Tailor.
T'l No. as IVrtM., below Dr. ftannenn aid's. ly
;. N. Il.tltTOW. , ;!. .nccr.
9ateroom on Queen Ptrest, one door from Ksshttmsnn
0 Street. ly
A . W . II I' ! II ,
GROCER AND PROVISION DEALER.
Family tlrbcery anil Fecit Store,
JM lyl (0 Fort Street, tlnrntnln.
ii. :. ,u:i ,vi-y it : &. iiiioi'iii:it.
OR0CERY, FEED STORE and BAKERY,
Corner of King and Fort streets,
HONOLULU. 7M ly
WIlilM'.lt At CO.,
Corner of Port suit Quern Pttett Honolulu,
Lumber, Paints, Oils, Nulla, Salt and Building
(soo-l Materials of eivery kind.
IIII.I.IIJIIA.lf A CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE
Cutlery, Dry Ooodi, Paints and Oils, anil Oenersl Mer-
ehsmllst, No.95, Kins; Sir. .1, Honolulu. (5l)81y
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
fl "TKAJW K
stciAit Mir.i.M
"jmltUZ llrllers,
Machinery
Lssd Csstlncs
iNJflptlon,
Blackimlthlng
S9-M
Particular attention paid
-JOIl WORK iteculednn His ihnrtest notice. 118IS ly
:i:4'ii. nnosVi'v.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
N0TA11Y I'UIIMC.
Anil Agent for taklns: AcknowlcilRinents of Instrumentifor
tits Island ofOslin.
n7R7 No. 8 Kaahunianu Strert. Ilonolnln. 11,1. ly
:. v.. ;oi.i:.'ia.
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST
llni-MC Mioeliiir, 'nrrlis;e Work,
I'lmilntlou Machinery, stc.
809 Shop on King Street, next Castle ,t Cooke's. ly
THOMAS TANNATT,
No. 83 Fort Street, opposite K. O. Hall A Son.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Mnsie Boxes
For Sale,
Or carefully repaired In a workmanlike manner. Orders
from the other Islands promptly attended to. 788 ly
PIONEER STEAM
Candy Manufactory and Bakory
3i. HOnKT,
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Baker,
818 71 Hotel street, between Nuiianu and Fort. 2 ly
if i ::.!. ii. ,nirv"i;,
oouiraiiiiiioii .v'? tiAW
6IC1 No. 1.1 Kaahunianu street.
-'. A. M:ilAKl'l'.lt A: CO.,
Importers Sl Commission Merchants
o3Jl Honolulu, Ilawsttsn lilnnds ly
o. s. :iilii,in.-iN. i. ..
SUnOEON AND HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN.
Oftlce Comer Fort anil lleretsnls his, Honolulu, si-
V.. . AI1AHS.
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant.
Queen Street. Honolulu. II. 1. "8-ly
i:i. iorrsciii.Ai:i:ic a :.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
llonnitiln.Oshn. H. I. i797 lj
a. s. ji.i:iioiti sc. Co..
IMFOaTERS ISO DSllISS lit
Groneral lUCorobandlBio,
79S Curnsr Queen and Kaahunittlili Streets, ly
II. IIAOKI'KI'I' At CO.,
GENERAL COMU1SBI0N AGENTS,
Queen Street. Ilunululn.il. 1. 701-lyl
EDWARD; PRESTONj
Attorney and Connsellor at Law,
ly CO Fort Street, Honolulu. 817
iii.l,i:h Ac jo..
Ship Chandlers and Commmion Merchants.
mportersandUealersIn General MercHandle,Queen''troet
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands. 770 ly
j.aiki: . :o
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Ami Importers of and Dealers In Hay, Grain, and (lenrral
Produce. Honolulu. It. 1. 791 Iv
JOHN II. I'A'l'Y.
NOTABY PUBLIC and COMMISSIONER of DEEDS,
For Hi Stateaof California nnrt New York. Office at the
llsnk of lllshop A Co.,, lloiiulnln. "Hi 'y
CLAi-a arnECKELa. J'. " www.
wn. a. mwia Ac :.,
Sugar Factors and Commission Agents
llonolnln. II. I. S07
:. O. IIAI,I. Ac HON,
IMPOBTEBS AND DEALEB6 IN HABDWABE
DryKOoods,Paluts, Oils and Oenersl Merchandise,
77g.lj Cornerl'orlnnd KlngSts,
join t. vati:uiioiji:.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN OENEBAL
MERCHANDISE.
823 Qneen Street. Honolulu. II. I. ly
JNO. A. HASSINOER,
A(ent to taiko Acknowledgments to Con-
tracts for Irfoor.
818 3
Interior Oftlce. Hon luln.
6m
J. Bl. WIIIIIM-.V. 91. ., . I-H.
Dontal Booms on Fott Street,
0(Bc o In Brewer's, Block, corner Hotel and Kort streets.
s, Ulfcu, corner iiuiui uiu
Elilraiicc. lloltl Street
811 ly
II. F. aV:HE.i:iti At CO.,
DEALXBS IN DRY OOODS AND OENEBAL
MERCHANDISE.
rir.-prnnlHtnre. Fort 8t..'abovebdil rellow. Hall. ll-ly
H. a. r. CAataii, . r, c. Joaia, Us.
C. BREWER & CO..
SHIPPING I COMMISSION MERCH1NTS,
7J Honolnln. Hawaiian Iilspdi. ly
;. aioi.
Importer, Wholeiale and' Retail Dealer
in General Merchandise
An China Dxnli, In lis rite-Proof Store, corner ol
Klntsnrt Xunsnii .Strssts. l
I, Q.ntcicaos nuiTt twrns, cm. cooks
l.r.iVt'.KM lilCKNOn,
IMPORTERS ft DEALEKB IN LUMBER.
AndallkludioIUulMlngMatsrlali.roriSlrest.llonalula
0 ly
A. W. VEIKCE A CO,,
SHU OKANOLEBS k COMKISSIOH XESCKA1ITS
AOKNTa on
Brand's Ouns and Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis' l'aln Killer,
T8& .t No. 10 Queen Htrest. Ilounliiln. ly
TUONAN. LACK.
OBCZKT X T,
IvZ -A.
no. 49 rrt Hlre, flfj
will attend to All ordera In the "
LOCK. CUM 1 GEnEn.L RENIr. DIE.
lie will five "sp-cUl attention io cleaulnr, repalrlnsT
and reKUlatlnx hewtnz Maehlnet, and all other kinds of
Ll(lit Macl(lnery and Metal Work of every description,
lllacksuilthli.i, eto.
Also, on hand aud for sale cheap,
A Variety of Sewing Maohines
Unas, rislols. !. Ammnstlllstsi,
Machia OU, Weedlea, 4t., tfic, Vc.
hewluB Machine Tuckers. Hinders, and all oilier axlrs
aud duplicate parts of machines supplied ou shot! uotlce.
neat Machine Twlst.'Ca
SiU Agvtt in Ml KtmjJam
Th nnrenei. Sewlnf Machine, from I0 to (10.
Whltu Hewlrn Msclilne. from f IA to (7.
Hum Hhuiliiwnc Machtnt, flout fit to J.
ar liicludlna; all (Ursa SOI ly
KNOWLES' STEAM
AND
Vaouum Funipi,
fHHK IlSrsKasNiaWKn HAVE JI'NT KsV
. CKlVKUoar Auav.Tunirr. frost Uoston.a full aa
rartmni of Ihesa rulabrated I'unips, which arainaiaa
twtl lo lis cheaper ana better tuan auy olfisr stile ol
puap tniportnl. W call lb atianUm uf ptoaurs iwrlle
ularly lo lbs Vacuum Puoap, which la laas complicates!
ana mors wrvicosois pan outr vuuipa.
HI Sat " C WKKWEM
mo in at,
CtTllar-troSTA-AM and
Csajt ! UTF-rVsW?"
SJIasfn
tMITf
t
3-
THE LIVERPOOL ft LONDON ft GLOBE
INSURANCE COMPANY.
Established 1S.K.
Unlimited Liability to Stockholders.
AMe'.r,,. , , 1l.1W,im
Hescrre o,7M,UM
Income for ITVj
Premlnms rccelrttl after deduction of rein
surance ....i....,,....,.,..$ tl,19i,W
Losses promptl) adjusted ant) paid here.
1.1m niHIIOI Co.. Agents.
FIREMAN'S FUND
Insurance Compahy.
A Leading Home Company.
Assets, June , 10th $7C7,WT,17
Additional CasluCapllal (now being called In) 3.v,(.0ti
Total Asset $I,17,:W7.17
rpm: Kjin-jsfANJHTi'uyn iNHtrit-
X ANOK COMI'ANV basis lis claims to the best
patronage upon Its sound financial condition, reinforced
by Its accession of capital, giving It over a million
dollars In assets; Its eitcnsUo system of Agencies, In
suring It a large premium Income, without the neces
sity of heary concentration of lines; Its adherence to
the best principles and practices of tlmlenultlng; by
open, fair and clearl expressed contracts, nntl prompt
and equitable adjustment and payment of legltlmata
losses.
For seventeen years It his been favorably known as a
conservative underwriter, and during that time has
paid-over
4,000,000 IN LOSSES,
Passing triumphantly through the heaviest conflagra
tions Known In modern history.
niNIIOl A Co., Asrrnls,
1.1m Honolulu, II. I.
Floslon Board of Underwriters.
A GKNTH for the Hawaiian Islalttts,
J " Mi C. IIRKWKIl k CO.
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters.
VGKMTM Mr the Ilavrallan Islnntts,
"l-ly C. IlllKWKItCO.
I A. NOIIAI'.FHIt.
AfJKNT nfltrriacn llonrtl ofUntlertrrllers,
Agent ofllresdsn llonrtl of Underwriters,
Anent of Vienna llosrd of Underwriters.
Claims ajtalnst Insurance Companies within the Jurisdiction
of the above flosrds of Underwriters, will h ave to bs certl
flsd toby the aoovsagent to make them valid. 700 ly
Tit A W S - A T 1. A N T I C
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
or iiAnnnnu.
Capital . . Six Millions Reicftsnwrk.
RINKN INNVRKD W IIIIII.nlMJ.S, JIKB
. chsndlse unil Furniture, on liberal terms, by
n72 ly It. IIACKFF.1,1) A CO., Agents.
HAMBURC-MACDEBURC
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF IIAMIIUIIO.
BUll.niXJS, MKIMJIIAMHSR, lUKNI
TUItll ami Machinery Insured ng,itnst Klre ou tbo
most favorable terms.
A. JAEGER. Aient for tho Hawaiian Islands.
72 ly
Insurance Notice.
THF. i'Nii:iiNiNi:n ah v. iiit:iARF.n
to write upon Merchandise, per first-class vessels
between this and the Coast Ports, covering loss or
tlamacc, if amounting to 111 per cent, or more, on tho
sound value of the hole shipment at port of dcllwry,
upon fuvorablu terms.
DiailOP A Co.
Accnts of the Flrcmcn'a Fnntl Insurance Company.
Honolulu, Jan. 30, 1KS0. ' bi'l 3in
Insurance Notice.
THE AGENT FUR TIIK UllITISH For
elgn .Marine Insurance Company, (Limited), has i
eelvsd lnstrticllois to reduce the rales of Insurance
between Honolulu sud l'urts In ttie 1'aclflc, and I. now pre
pared to l.sne Policies at tho lowest rates, with a special
reduction on freight per steamers.
THKO. II. DAV1KS,
ly 778 Aeent Brit. For. Mar. Ins. Co., Limited
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY
OF BAN FUAWOISOU.
Marino.
IHOOBPOEATED, 1805
CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS
810 For the Hawaiian Island. ly
Rhenish Wostphallan Lloyd
INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF X. U I, A Oil A VII. Hheulsn Prnssln.
Aachen and Leipzig Insnranoe Co.,
Limited,
or AAC1IEX. (aixi.a.ciiapi:i.i.eo
ALL VI.AINN FOR PAKTKIUI.AR ATKR
AUK eustalurd by Uooda arrlvlne her, and Insured;
In tne above Companies, have to be made with tho cog
nizance of and cenllled to by the underalencd, In order to
be valid. (780 ly) J. O. (ILAIIE. Aleut.
NORTH GERMAN
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital, Five Millions Relchsnark.
milE VNnF.RNIUNKIa 1IAVINU BRRK
Js. appointed Agents lor the abovo Company, are
now ready to
Issue Policies nRnlnat Risks orFlreon Bnllrl
lucs, McrelinmllsMi sti.il Fiiriillure
on terms equal to those of other respectable companies.
Losses paiu iur ami nujueicti ni-re.
ror pariictiiars
Kir0
78J
II. IIAC'KF
Co., Agents.
s GERMAN LLOYD
Marine lnsuranceCompany of Berlin.
1' O IITIJ N A
General InsuranceCompany of Berlin.
THE AnoVK IMNUKAlttr. COMPANlr.".
have established a General Agency here, and the
undersigned, Ueneral Acenti, are aulhoilzed to take
Itlsks hkmIiisI lhe llainRersasr the Heasa the
Must Ilrnaonnblei Kales, nssil on Han
Most I'atorsble 'lernis.
615 ly Y. A. BCIIAKI'KK A CO., Oeneral AgcnU.
HORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
INSURANCE CO.,
Or LONDON AND KDINHUllfsII.
KSTABLlalUiU 1S0.
CAT1TAI. ,.. atl,0T,Bs
Acaaiunlalcd and InvasUtl VnnU. 11,838,11a
fllllB UNItBRHIONKD IIAVK UKKN AP-
POINTED AOKNTS for the Sandwich Islands, and are
authorlxrd to luiurs axslnst Klra unoa lavorable tsrms.
HUks laksn In anv part uf that Islantlsoa dloaa and Yooden
nulldiosa stinl iiisrchsuilUu stored Iktrsln, Dwslllnc lloa.es
and furnlturo, Timber, Coals, Ships In harbor Willi ur alth
out esricoss, or under repair.
iq ij ed. HorracntAKomtAco
LIVERPOOL and YoNDON and GLOBE
INSURANCE CO.
Assets, $6,740,105,70
HAVR mTAMLIMIIKB AN AUKNUV IN
IIUNOL,UI.U. lor the Hawaiian talanda, sod lb
undersigned arc prepared lo write risks slnst
FIRE N BUILDINGS, MEBCHANISEAND
UHKLLINCH
On favorable terms. DtrclllUK Hlska at fecial-
jr. Detached dwelllnes and eunlents ln.ore.1 for a r'l"d
of three tears, for too- tuemlumi Is adisitc.
urvniplly niUit4 stitil iiajrable lirre.
tao-aa. IHHIIUI' A Co.
FIKENAN'8 VlINU
INSURANCE COMPANY,
or aAJf rBAVoifloo,
Vlr mxX laC J.x-lzi. .
Caafc) t'alial. Uol4. MUO.oea.
aatllHC alalia m apoelamy. eUcbd dwelllsi
and contents In.ured fur a period U three j ears, (ur two pre
mlams laadranca,
f wrlllu aaull Uses on carelallf selected risk well
tlUUIbuled, oCeri
INasSMNlTI ICqKB TO (Oil,
. Prsmpefly Adjustad.
IHP 9.,
'II ly Ageuts lor tki HawslUw Islsad.
IIAIIIIIIKJII-Ultl'.Mi:
FIRE INSUHANfJE OOMPAHT.
flltlK UNDKIISIOPCKU harlns: been atv
M. pointed Ajfnli of Ibe above Company, are prepared
tolniurarl.ksneatn.t lire, ou stlnnrand Ttriek llnlhl
Inna.anilon illereliantllae atoreit therein, ol the most
ftvorsble term., for particular, spplv t the efflce of
'y r. A.'rci!.Krr.R co.
Wl LDE R & CO.,
AfceulH lor Hie llawnllnn lilnittla,
OF THE
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
jir.n- York,
Largest, Safont and Moat
ECONOMICAL LIFE INS. CO.
IN THE WORLD !
Assets (18S0) .$90,000,000
ivriXi cjvsiii.
Now is a Good Timo to Insure
Nona but Flril-Clan Itlikt Taken,
811-Mih
THE
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OF BOSTON, MA88
IXOORroRA'fKI), IS. 15.
lhe Oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance Co. in
tlie United Slates.
Pollelet limed en the moit favorable Termt.
Exninple arXan-I'ornltiire Plnn,
INSUnED AOK, M YKAltS-OftDINAKY MKK PI,A
1 Annual prrmlnm continues Policy 2 years 3 days
2 Annual premium continues Policy 4 years 12 days
8 Animal premium continue. Policy 0 jears 27 days
4 Annual premium continue. Policy 8 years 18 days
6 Annual pretnlumcontlnnea Policy 10 ycarsiO days
iota. I 918,000,0001
losses Paid throng-li Ilnnoltiln Agencr,
$40. OOP
CASTLE ft COOKE, AJENT8
U FOn.THKIIAMrAIlAWlHI.AWim. 1
I IIAVK NKCimiSD A
FIRST - CLASS HORSE - SHOER t
Anil nm prepnrrtl to carry on this Branch
ol lay IIiisIiicns Iu n innnuer sntls
factory to my I'ntron.
OWNERS OPFINE STOCK
Will do well to give me a Call.
Horses sent to my King St. Shop
Will be faithfully attended to.
mim C, WEST.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
HAVJNG SECUTIED THE STjTX
vlcts of the well-known UI'IIOLSTEIIEK and
DHAl'KK. Mil. J. MAltlNnUKK, the only nrsl-clasa
Upholsterer In the Klnctlnm (lato of Dan rranclsco),I
am prepared to do all kinds of
"criBccija73E3iijnKrca-,
Iu the Latest and Best Stj Ic.
WO&S WAHKAHTBD!
Call and See our
PATENT nOCkF.RN,
BED LOUXUEM,
SOFA BEDS, AC.
N. D, Mr. M. has selected a lino lot of Upholstering
Goods, l'arlor Hcta and Lounges, Chairs, Ac, of. tho
latest styles, which havo just arrived from Han Fran
cisco. I havo also Just received a new lot of
The Latest Styles of Furniture !
WINDOW NIIADEN,
PIANO AUD TAni.E COVERS,
riCTUKE conn, naiiji. etc.
All of which will be for sale cheap. It will pay yno to
call at ."- f4 Kort Street and examine the Ooods be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
3 V. A. 1VIL1.IAAD.
NEW DRUG STORE
ON NUUAND STBEET.
Holllter f3 Oo.
KE8PECTFULLY INVITE
THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC,
To tho Fact that they hare
Opened at their Old Stand,
Xo. S3 Nutiauu Street, a Fnll I.lne of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, DYE STUFFS,
AND
J)JtUQ GISTS' SUNDMIES,
INCLUDING
THE. CELEBRATED CELLULOID
T
R
U
TRUSSES.
8
8
THK LAHOKST AND MOST
Complete Assortment of Perfumery
IN THE CITY.
THE PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT
Iain charL'o of NK. W. I.. 1IKLKK. a l'hannacau.
tist nf largo cxuerlincv, thoroughly competent and re
liable. l-eY-l'reacrlpllons compounded al all hours of day or
nlh'lil
NlUlir HUM. MM TIIK VBONT IXMB.
B1H m
INTO BIVOHVB
Hhould bo without lbs far-famed
American Cylinder Cup
vi uicii urer nu i oousauii sro now in use.
THE AME1ICAJT
Is the only
LUBRICATOR III THE WORLD
That can b relied upu,
AND IS WAKKAXTED
To perform
AU that U CUimtd rr It.
A certain number of dmp per
Inula or uer hour fvlslbla to
ths eye), will kntpyuur Cylinder
lubricated contluuouily, (Th
oia siyie or cup ao not reeo
MMfWJsrsssfrfllm'wH-T "
sHssssssT .TW lrW- sssssP1
J f VtaBsS&smfit' i
A 1 &MbbbvSi9bbbbb1IK i
asasa. 5sV
cunitnuousir.i
It will pay for Itself Iu
every two months j In oil
asven to ten meals; In
packing sud labor every
months.
Th above, also Cap
Shaft Bearings. Cyliadw
and Lubricating Compound
U bad of tha Ayr n Is'
DII I.IM2I1AM
M till
H. HACKFELD&CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
TO A1UUVK I'EH
GERM A?,' DARK 'G. F. HAENBEL,'
AND 1KK
"ATALANTA," FHOM Hit EM EN,
(To 1.0 folloneil by Mm "Kale" and "lolanl,")
And per Stonmor. via Panama.
INVOICES OP
The Following Goods
Aro now in onr ixmncMion:
DAHK 15LUK DENIMS:
New Prints, Htnr l'ntla, Ac.,
llrown Cottotia, ilorrock'n WhlUs Cottons.A B
Turkey IJcd Cotton. Tlcklnpa,
Ditto Cotton' Drill, Hlno nnd Fnnoy FLANNEL,
IiiuitltioH. Italian Cloth. Ilenm,
Knncy White and Ulnck DRESS OOODS,
Jnoqnnrd. Mohair, Motustlino, Jnconets, Ac,
llnroRc, Cnrtnilin, Lnmbrcquino, Tuble Covem,
Ac Ac. Ac. Ac.
TAILORS' GOODS:
llucknkliia, DooHkins, CorttlnRa, Diiifronals,
Printed Moleakiim, llrown Cords,
White Li urn Drills, Ac.
An Assortment of Shirts,
Woolen, Flannel nnd Cotton Mixed, j
Merino nnd Cotton Undershirts,
Wool Jnekets, Sunwls, lllanketa, Towels, Ac.
HOSIERY:
Socks nnd Stockings, BalbrlRgnn,
Children's Ac.
Silk Handkerchiefs, Fonlard.1,
T. It. nnd Fancy Cotton IlnndkcrckUfs,
Nocktien, Wool nnd Silk Drnidrf,
Itibboiu, Thrend, lluttona, Ac.
India Rubber Coats and Overalls
Fnncy nnd Toilet Articles : Florida VftitaiT '"
(iennino Enn 'da Colofrne, I'hlloconio,'
Combs, Tooth Ilrnshes, Lnbin's Extracts, "
STATIONERY:
Hlank IJookn.IjcdRcrfl, Journals, ---tf
Day llookfl, Copy nnd Itcceint look,
Gold Loaf, WllAPriNO PAPER,
(Superior Printing Paper, two sizes,
Mnnila Kope nil Hizes, Hpanyarn,
Flax nnd Ilcnip Pncklng,
0-u.selx ets Ooal Bas
Woolpnck, Ilurlnps, Hall Twine,
India ltnbbcr Packing, "
SADDLES Sydney and English.
Powder, Load and Zinc Paint, '
HARDWARE :
Fenco "Wire, 4, C, C; Hoop Iron, Kivets,
Onlvnnized Iron Pipes to 1m inch,
Yellow Metal Hi to 'X or., Nails, Steel Rails,
Perforated llrasn. Backots, Cutlery, Scissors,
jlutclier aud Pocket Knives,
ItazorH, Sbeep Shears, Saw Files, Ac.
CROCKERY in Assorted CrateH. Also,
Dinner, Urctikfnnt nnd Tea Sets,
Uowls, ltico DlflhoH, Caps, Flower Pots.
GROCERIES : )
Sardines. VlncRnr, Darel'B Olive Oil,
Qormnn SnanaKo. ,
Ultra Wnslt llluo, Blno Mottled Soap,
Table Salt, Stearbo Candles, 47. Ac.
LIQUORS :
Bontellnu llrandy, Oin, Ram, Alcohol,
St. Pnnl'n Ale, Mailer's Laser Bier, Champagne),
Cb. Farro and Ilidsieck Irv Monopole, Ac,
Empty Demijohns, Market Baskets,
Molassen nnd Tallow Barrels.
CEMENT :
Stockholm Tar, Fire Clay, Fire Bricks, " ,
Red Bricks, Tiles, Slates, Boats,
Blacksmith's Coal, Steam Coal, Aq.
ALSO STEAM CLARIFIER8, '
AND
Pianos from L. Neufeld, Berlin
FOK HALK 11Y
831 1 II. HACHrEI,B C.
CHALMERS-SPENCE
AIR SPACE
AND FOWLEtt'8
YUCCA BOILER COVERMfi
Fataatad Jsasmatry 19, 18M.
Ilaabeen victorious oyer all other deelcea for corerlnj
boilers with which It has been brought Into competi
tion, both In Knropo and America, for tho past twelrs
years, Knttarsrd by tho SeUntiHe Amttican snd London
Knginurtng everjwheru as belnir the beat Nob-cob-doctor,
tho most llellable.the most KconomlcaU
Tli" Air Space" Is a mechanical device, Ths old
UlCtOvU Ul vu'Vtua ""', "! kiiu ii.iicr huv flie,
was to smear a coaling of plaster over ths bollera" sad
pipes, anil directly In contact with the hot surface.
Common aunao teaches that any compound thu applied
will toou hare the life burnt out of It, sod that Iho ex
pansion and contraction of the metal over which It Is
smeared, will causa It to loosen snd crack, so that It
will, hfter a time, fall off. Besides this, experience baa
proretl that tba lime and other comuouiide used for this
purpose, when applied direct, to tba boiler surface,
corrodes tlm boilers so aa to greatly Injur thom.
The Air Hoace aecrea s two-Told uurnose: Irst It or
vldcs a stratum of air entirely srouud ths boiler, which
I. tin. host known nnn.conductor of heat. Second. It
Krorltles a surface which la entirely Independent of ths
oiler surface upon which the covering compound Is
placed, aud this surface being formed of wlr cloth of
(Inch mesh, furnishes a splendid mesne of cllscalas;
or fasteulug the compound around the boiler.
i ne wire space is anpporiea at in space or aa men or
mora from tho boiler or hot pipe by metal sluda placed
close together, ao that lb expansion or contraction of
the Doner or pipee arouna wnicn ii is uiscao win not si-
nines around which It Is ulacad will
feet the outside covering, becauie Iks etud allows a
sutacleut movement without disturbing ths surrosnd
Inz wire and cover,
Experience and practical teala htva demonstrated
beyond a doubt that the radiation of heat from a boiler
nrroundrd by the " Air bpace '' sad Its eovei.aii.la las
Ibau that from a boiler covered with any of the other
well known boiler coyer lags 1 couscqueutly Ul Is a
greater saving of fuel.
In proof of what Is said about trjo superiority of ths
:halmer-Hpanee Air apace, ea HcitttUU AuurUan,
Dec. 1, 1877, and London KnanttrUg, July II, IsTT.
U, U. FOWLEIt, Sols Owner for I'sclnc Coast.
H. H AOKFKLO CO.. Agant.,
8173
Honoium.
N. NEUFELD.
OaUDD, ga7ASl AID VFSIGXT
piaio-maxik. muv.
S. HMkMd A Co-. AgtmUltr Us Xaliaa IaUAl
Th Byilmy Mail, Saluriat, uaaory IT, !,
pagttWI, IU,
Pianofortes in the Exhibition.
In our previous notice of the Pianos la tba liklM
tloutNu. IV.) Iu connection with Ihoasof the Uersssa
Court, were unable to do more than eiiumvrale Iks
eiblblts of L. NKUfJCLI). of Herllu. and that enumera.
lion wsa erroneous. Blue writing that notice, tba
Uydney agents, Messrs, Ksboae. Ytut A Co , have given
us an opportunity ol seeing th Instruments, of wklcb
four are exhibited Instead of two,' as formerly stated,
Ths t trail s Orand uf full compass. 7H octaves
overstrung, "au acoustical Invlal frame In airssVs, ths
actios I perfect uufalllng repetition," All lbs modern
Improvements are applied I the lualrumeot It
iDrovameuisareautilledi the Instrument la raaad la
walnut, of Hue tone and llirht touch, aud beluir In addi.
lion by far lb most prlcewortby ought to coumaad tha
most ready market.
Ha. a 1 so upright cottage arand, with boa frass
overstrung, well dnlshid. antf cased In a kaasMsa
fuel
every
wear,
four
for
Oil
may
CO.
irame in in loois uuatorie ti. . a is aa aa
right cottage, tlmplw In th eilerlor, bat with isMm-
iii uitiai rrsme, aua su in evidence or worsstsa car
s
wai
susak with couaVlenc on tk eterllsg saartts. of -ska
Instilment, specially wka w tpmyu th ptli
wua lauea oi oiaer vxHioiia. swr rtiasi aw new
war "- ,m r -. kaokmu. &.

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