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"") f at' . v 9? . !f: Is Mi- f' ' iioitluni r.n iik.i.yt AorlriiHiirnl nml .Mini Tntlri Mutlr, Art nml Iiltrri -hnrnlllht .llnrr nr tn Viffnl Nuppni"! In he I'lllinff. A(IRICUf.rUKAI. AND AM.lt U 70PIC1, Hlghl million pounds l the estimated )rin tli of wool in Oregon. 'I lie land of Holland ii cultivated by i. $,() persons, of whom fio per cent, nrc owncri of their own holding.. A Maine tc.mutcr layi. " I can start the most obstinate home fy taking him out of the .h.iftinn(l Icwjlng him around In a circle until he is giddy. " Kipcrimcnts in the culture of sor ghum, as fodder for stock, have hcen suuvHsful in Tiiolumuc county, C!al lthaslcen ascertained that no better forngc for rattle ran be provided. 'I he great advantage of norghum is that It Is available hi the fall, when all the native grassci arc dried up. The Pacific Rural I'resssays; Chem ical analysis shows blue grass ( 1'oa J'litUntis) to be the most nutritious of nil the grasses. According to this test, five pounds of the blue grass rontains us much flesh and bone-producing ele ments as ten pounds of timothy, six pounds of red lop, or six pounds of or chard grass. Owing to the much greater yield of the latter, however, it is undoubtedly the most profitable that can be growif upon soils adapted to its production, . The following table, published by1 the lliceder and Sportsman, gives a list of the horses that nave m succession lowered the mile trotting record since 1810, together with the time made and the year of the performance: Year. I'ciformcf. Time, 1S10 A liouc from lltntnn. ..,. atj8i 1834 Topi;ill.inl , 3:40 lSo lluriKr , asja iHjt Ulwln Finest ti!i i8)3 Udy Suffolk .. ,3u8 i8 I.i'ly Suffolk i:i(ii l8ci Tncony ,...,,,, 2:26 .2!5Ji ii2l) ailotf MX 2tl8 ... ........ aitf 2117 ..anGtf 2II.1 i3tf 2112I iSSo-M Jml S 2:lo;,' lK8l Maud S. 2110X 1884 J ty.IIyc-Sce 2110 88 M.1111IS .., 2:091c iSSt-MaudS ivii 185 j Tit cony 185O I'loci Temple l8w Hoia Tcmjilc litoj wester ,,,, i860 Dexter , I Bf7 Dcxler , 1871 WoMtmllli Mniil 1872 (nlilainllh Mold 1874-OoMnnllli ,M.i!.l 187K Kartu l7! SI. Jiilien, LOCAUTICS. That is agreeable information which Lieutenant Schwntka imparts in refer ence to the value of our latest territorial acquisition, Alaska. When the pur chase of Alaska was made there were those who denounced it as a waste of money; but Lieutenant Schwntka puts a ilmerent complexion on the matter. itu believes that the territory has a great future before it, and says that in Us southern part " is timber enough to build great commercial cities," and that " the Aleutian islands can furnish beef for a score of San Kranciscos." If this be true, the government made a grand speculation when it bought Alaska. The Yukon river, he said, was so long that if its sim roe were at Salt Lake its waters might empty into New York bay, and Its mouth is so wide that New York would be on one side and Phila delphia on the other. The Oklahoma Region, about which there is so muclj excitement, is a tract of land extending from Red river, in Indian territory, to the Kansas line, containing about 14,000,000 acres. The tract is some 300 miles in length from north to south, and 200 miles in breadth. It was purchased by the government in 1866 of the Creek, Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw and Seminole Indians, with a view to set tling freedmen and friendly Indians thereon. A good deal of the land is of excellent quality, well watered anil - tempting to land-grabbers. It is said that none of the purchase money has been paid, while the lands obtained of the Cherokccs were, by the terms of sale, to remain in possession of the tribe until occupied and paid for. Some interesting discoveries have been made in Florida by Prof. Law rencc Johnson of the United States Geological Survey. Just south of Ala chua county line he found several speci mens and skeletons of animals which relatively belong to a not far distant period. In piles, and somewhat mixed, there were the remains of a mastodon, two or three specimens of the rhinoc eros, a large stag, a camel fully as large as the Arabian camel, but in structure more allied to the llama; also a tapir very much like the South American tapir, wliich lives in swampy places; two teeth of some carnivorous animal allied to the tiger and panther; one set of teeth and bones of a hippopotamus; several crocodiles or alligators, and In numerable other bones not identified. Apparently the territory south of Ala chua was at one time a large fresh water lake. MUSIC, ART ANN LKTTKKS. ""Imperial Federation" is the title of a forthcoming volume by the Marquis of Lome. "Russia under the Czars" is an nounced by Charles Scribner's sons, New York. In the recent "authors readings" in New York City, George William Curtis, Julian Hawthorne, H, C. Itunner, Will . Carlcton, Edgar Fawcett, R. H. Stod dard and Frank Stockton were the best known persons present. The Wagner craze is beginning to be felt in a modified form at Paris. TheJ .orchestra, under the direction of God ard, recently played many selections from Wagner's compositions, and they were in almost c.eiy case redenunded. The attention of the Honolulu Rifles and the King's Own is directed to the announcement that Prince WillUm, eldest son of the Crown Prince of Germany is about to publish "The wars of Cxsar in the Light of Modern Strategy." A new contrivance for strengthening the fingers for piano-playing without going through the drudgery of endless exercises and studies has been invented bji aa English gentleman, and is on ex hibition m New York. It is called a Mchnicon, and its purpose is to rtwscthcn the muscles of the lingers by submitting them to a system of gymnast tc. tw "inventions" Exhibition in London has brought tcVetlier all nun metronomes, instruments for noting the pitch 01 violins, pianos, and lor record Ing Improvisations, 'I he display of (ilatios is not so extensive as was antlci paled, as manv well-known manufac turers, fearing too little spare for their exhibit, arc not represented at all, Among this class ate Krard, llcckstcin, and Chlckerlng but Pleycl, Collard, and Stcinway nave contributed to the show. The twenty-guinea ptl,c offered by the Philharmonic Society In London, for a dramatic orchestral overture, has icen awarded to a German resident of the Kngllsh capital, Gtistav Krnest by name. I he subject ol the work, which is said to he interesting, is the primitive forces of nature finally conquered by love. This somewhat vague and mcta phsra! topiu is not perhaps ill chosen, as in music the vaguer the idea and the more susceptible ol poetic license in its treatment, the better. The compcti lion for this prize, which is said to have been active, brought forth many crude Instances of amateur composition. Hut the effort to produce at all Is happily a sign of vitality in that direction which promises greater success on another occasion. MORI, ok i.rss VAI.tMlll.t:. The Australian rabbits, of which so many complaints have been heard, are to be utilized by being killed, chilled, and shipped to Kngland in a frozen state. A monster cannon Is being made at the foundry of Call at Crenelle. It is to be .i feel long and will send a bomb of 1,700 pounds n dislancet of some nine miles. lis price will be $100,000, and it will be exhibited at the Inhibi tion of Antwerp. Photography has recently been rend ered so easy by electricity that one may he photographed unknown to ones sell. At a reception at the Paris Observatory, President Grcvy was not aware that more than a dozen photographs had been taken of him until the soiice was nearly over, when he was given an album containing them. The English newspapers recently re corded the fact that a cabinet council had lasted four hours, as if such a sit ting was something quite- unprece dented. In 1820, when the trouble some affairs of Queen Caroline were under discussion, Lord Liverpool's Cabinet once sat thirteen hours, and on Sunday, too: and there was a sittini! of uinii hours on another day in the same week. So oleomarginc is not as black as it has been painted. The essential differ ence between the fat of butter and that of olcomergarine is comparatively small. This substitute is said to differ from butter in not possessing the derivatives ot the more volatile fat acids, especially the butjric, but this difference is re garded as unimportant, by at least some whose opinions are worthy of considera tion. It is the opinion of many eminent British engineers that the English coals will gradually cease tone sent to the Mack Sea, or to the Mediterranean, and even to the Red Sea, as the use of petroleum refuse in engines becomes better understood. Already it is the only fuel in use on the Caspian, cither in the mercantile marine, in the Rus sian gunboat flotilla, or on the railwas, and even in domestic stoves it is in favor throughout the Caucusus. At present, in the countries of the East, much oil refuse is poured into the sea, as the only way to dispose of it. An exchange has the following for making an economical filter : Take a good sized flower-pot and chip out the bottom hole to such an extent that the corner of a half-brick can project through it. Break up sone other bricks into fragments about the size of Spanish nuts and pack them mto the pot until it is three parts full. Soak the whole in a pail of water over, night, and let it drain dry. The fitter is now ready for work. Allow the water from the supply to drip on the broken bricks, and after a few hours the water which runs from the portion of brick projecting at the bottom will be as pure as it can be made. Even this filter will require cleansing occasionally, but that is easily done, or a new one made, for cost is not in this instance a consideration. Those bricks known as well-burned stocks arc about the best for the pur pose. SUPPOSED 10 UK FUNNY. A raffle for a fawn was held at a re cent fancy fair in London, but when the winner asked for it, he was informed that it was out on the hills with its dam, and all he had to do was to go and fetch it. State Senator Crockett of Arkansas, reported by the Little Jtock Gazette, "clonuants".as follows: "Sir, fbrwhom are we legislating? For ourselves alone? Alas, sir, heaven will neer smile upon sucn scuisn legislation, in a nine while you, Mr. President, and my ven erable friend, the father of this bill, whose snowy locks arc even now being tossed by the breezes of another world, and I will have asscd away and quietly sleep beneath the sod. The winter snow will drape the mounds above us with a winding sheet, but the sting of its bitter cold will be unheeded by us. The spring birds will sing their sweetest notes in the swinging branches above our graves, though their music will not Ik: heard by us. But Arkansas God bless her I like, a gentle mother will fold us to her loving breast and drape our licds with flowering vines, sing soft lullabies oer our dreamless rest with the low, sweet music of murmuring winds. After us will come another generation, who, il they And our state standing shoulder tp shoulder with her sister states in the battle for develop ment and material prosperity, through our wise legislation, will rise up and call us blessed. But, on the other hand, if they find her dwarlcd by un wise and restricted legislation, they will spit lijMjn. the graves of those whom they should honor. Let us remember that Arkansas is a growing state, and legislate for her on the plan that my dear old mother, of blessed memory, was wont to cut my clothes in my boy hood days. She always cut my breeches two years ahead, and I always grew to them, and, alas, sometime 'got too bis for 'em,' and when, I did but that was my mother's business. Sirs, 1st us cut Arkansas's bnwebes but I ate I swat drop the tUustfaliou or change the sex of our state, which I would not do for iir.u.i r. The state of Herat as a fortress is abominable. There Is more dirt and decay in and about it, just because it it umger than the other places, like Kiisan or Pcnjdch. But in the opinion of the lew r.ngiisiiiiien who nave vmicu Herat in the course of the present century, It might lie made capable of offering the most stubborn resistance even to I'uropeau besiegers. It has never yet been besieged hv a European army, though European officers have assisted in its defence anil its nssult, Russian officers were pitted against an Englishman the brave Lldred Poltinger In 1837, They accompanied the Persian army of ,15io men, which besieged Herat at that period, and which, after ten months, was forrcd to give up ihc.attempt, 'I he Persians pounded the town with fifty pieces of artillery. The success of the resistance was entirely owing to the genius and the personal Influence of the young English soldier. If ever there is lobe another siege of Herat, the assailants will be much more formidable than the raw levies of the "King of Kings," Mahomed Shah, were In iH.1,7, Poltinger, found the fortications of Herat in a ruinous condition, and tittle or nothing has been done since his day to repair them. Herat is fortified by "outworks and wall round the town." The outworks, however, are very few. The main line of fortifications inav be described as a wall about 25 feet nigh, built on huge earthworks, and surrounded by a ditch about 40 feet wide and sixteen deep, The whole enclosure is In the form of a square, or rather oblong -about 1100 yards long by 1,500 yards wide. The ditch is, or may be, flooded from the Heri Rud River, which flows westwards to Kusan, and thence northwards past Sarnkhs, and onwards to the Turcoman desert. Hut though strongly built, the quadrangular earthworks, with their supcrincubent wall are, in a military sense, extremely weak. Each side of the quadrangle is straight in other words, there are no outrunning angles for (lank firing purposes. There arc no outworks at the corners of the quadrangle. The northern side, however, is more strongly defended than the catsern, southern, or western. An enemy in possession of the surrounding country would soon starve out the garrison, and, by intercepting the Heri Rud, render the vast ditches useless. In the center of the town there are a vast cisterns, in which it has been alleged water may be stored in sufficient quantity to supply the civil population and the garrison, for twelve months But it appears, too, that the water-stores might be destroyed with the urcatcst case by cannonade from the elevated ground on the northern siue 01 uic city. The population of Herat is supposed to be about twenty-five or thirty thousand the mearest fraction of its population in the days of its prosperity. Christie, who visited the city in 1800, estimated its population at one hundred thousand, Conolly, who saw the town in 1828, said it had sixty-five thousand. In Pottingcr's time it was believed to have forty thousand. After .the siege the number dwindled down to less than ten thousand. General Fcrrier, who was in Herat in 1845, thought there were twenty-two thousand inhabitants. These remarkable fluctuations indicate the troublous char acter of the timesand the lawlessness of the tribes inhabiting the surrounding regions. Since the days of Ghcnghiz Khan and Timour, Herat has perhaps been assailed and sacked more often than any other city in the world. The Herat of modern history is but the paltriest ruin of the "Arian" city of the olden time. There is no reason to doubt the statements of old historians that. Herat contained one-and-a-half millions of inhabitants, and that its architecture was the wonder and pride of the eastern world. One or two buildings which (in a crumbling condition) exist since the time of 1 imour are stll among the best spec imens of Mohammedan architecture, The ruins of Herat, like the ruins of Delhi, cover the country for many miles around. There has perhaps been a slight improvement in the state of Herat since its last conquest by the Afghans; but the only reason for the supposition is the slight increase of its population, bince the year 1813 up to I863 Herat was incesantly fought lor by the Afghans, by the 'Suddozye Princes of Herat itself, by the Persains, who always claimed suzerain rights over it. In earlier years of Lnglish intervention in Centcral Asia, the fixed policy of the English Government was the mainten ance of Hcati independance, not only as against l'ersia, but as against Cabul. But in 1863 Dost Mahomed, the ables of all the Afghan Ameers, conquercdt and annexed the principality, since which time Kngland has regarded Herat as an mtergral part of the dominions of the rulers of Cabul. There was an- - attempted chanue of olicy by Lord Lytton, who, when Governor-General of India, bad elaborated a remarkable scheme for the separation of Candahar from the Ameer's kingdom, and the transference of Herat to Persia. The first portion of this programme was put in force. The latter never was but it would have been, if the Conservatives had returned to power in 1880. Herat the magnificent is now one of the dirtcst dens in the whole world. Arthur Conolly expressed his wonder how the Heritis could live in the midst of such filth. "The climate is fine," replied the Heraties, "If dirt killed qcopie where would the Afghans be?" As a centre of trade Herat should be, what it once was, the key of Central Asia. All the great roads from the principal towns in Central Asia meetthere the roads from Mery, from Candahar, Meshed Balkh, Bokhara, and bamarcanu. I he country about Herat is "the garden" and "the granary" of Central Asia. If political questions could only be decided right off on the principal that those should have who know how to use and Improve there would be very little hesitation in making a choice between barbarous Afghans, indelent cnetn Persians, and the Russains. New York World, Itimmmce loticco. DOSTOM BOARD OP UNUtlRWRITBRB. C IWnWhR fV C AgrnUfot thr llnwillin tiln!, l-t'jl BKITISII I'OKttlOfl MAKIHK IHHUH n(a Cnmptnjr, (Limited) TlllsO, It PAt'lKt, AGRttr. 11 aIjow ns'nt Iim rcelffJ ImirtKilofi in r. tlu"lhe ft of lnurfK tlrn Honolulu an.1 l',u In ihi l'irie, ntxl l now pcparfil lit lout ll ti4 At U tot.t rte, wiih 11 tlil rtlticllon on fielglitjv.fM.nm.fi jo-l plUiMItrt IK) A NO OV UNOnilWItlTP.RS. A-,, I SUIAMFRb-Ct Aftml Alf urcntft for II DfM.lan lloiM of Undtrwtltf f. VltnM Horn, I of Urvlr rwrlttri. For lh lUttaiko liUfHli. f oV,! FOKTUtJAGIUIHKAI. IH.SUKAHCP.COM. pAnjr of ll'ilin. A". A SaiA.rit tf C, AtthNTS. 11i lv InwtrihfB Comtrtiny, li iui,liih., 4 C.ncrnt AgrrKv Ixr. nnl tliitt:n.l'ngn!, On.tkl Ajcrtit. nrtjMitfi'jfij.,1 VI UVf rlW ftitalntt tlitdirigrri of lliff Sen At Ih tnmt rcfiunul'lt mIM uaJ un iht hvmi '4tiaH iffm. tio-6i GI'.KMAH LLOYD MARIKR IHSUKANCrt Company of Uf tlln ', A. SCIIARFliK O, AOn.WI.I, 'Ifii. qI.,. In.iiriirK Cffiranlr Lm p.t f JLIitrj fltn. rrt Agency ri'rtvan,! the nlovh(gnM, (WktiI AgeMr Are AitOwjileil In IaVa KLkt Agftlmt lit llang.M of lh SeA At lie mo.1 rfvniAl lle, Affl on llic rwm M voultto letin. fio-fil TjAMi!Uuo.nrtnMP.Ni'iininsrjHANCK 11 ' Company. '. A, SCIIARhl.R b- d AGKNTS. 'I1i AOjv firm iiAtr'ttg tie.n at iiMe! Agent of thit cornmny are tiritru to Irturs mkt agalmt lira on .Stone awl tlflilc titillilingt aM on ,Mcrtlian,lue atorrtl (forum I bcrtiocnicnto. H OLLISTER ft CO,, Central bbcrtiotmente. 'ASTLB A COOKE, thrmrt, on ifW tnot,t favotM lerrnt, p ly hi thftr rtlutf For 4HlciilaM t twit N OKTM-ORHMAM FlftR INKURANCB Com pan y of llarntmrc. . HACKihM) sV c.( tawrs, CajiiaJ ftrwt Kritrvi! Keith "nark B,iy,foa " limr K li.MirntCornni, ' js,fAi,wj 'lii Agent uf the Uve ComjtfWiy, for ihe llawalijn KUiii!, nre rmiml lo tnaiire luiUing, f-tirniture M-rchaniliw- itt( IVoJutc, Machinery, etc. lw Sugar a it I Hltf Milli, and vtwfiu lh lurW, aaainsl fm or ilainaKe by me, Oil tli mot faf;Ue term. aio-6t HAMBURG-MAGDBBUKG FIKB INSUR nc Company of Hamburg A,jAr.c,ht$,Aniwr. Ilmtfliiitf, MVuhantlitve, Furniture and Machinery I mitred atCiinM Mre on the nvwt bvoraMe term, NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR. ance Company of Bout on. cas run a cook:, AGuvrs. tNCCX-fOKATtn iSjJ. The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance Company in the united States. 1'tittrtrn tmtufd on the moat J-'ttvoruMe Ttrtn$ Lone paid through Honolulu Agency. $43,000 110-101 )HILADBLPIIIA BOARD wrlteri. OF UNDER C. BKCU'KK .V Co . Agtnti for the Hawaiian lilandi. TRANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE Company of Hamburg. , HACKFRU) V Ca, Agtnti. Cj.plta.nrid K nerve, .. Keifhimark 6,ono,t3t ineir ie inturaiKC vumpamc) ioiatylcvjr) Total - .KeichMiurV 107,650,0 he A genii of the above Company, fur the Haaiian nd). are wpnired to inture llu tiding;, furniture. Mrcl.irid.e ami Produce, Machinery, etc, alw Stizar or damage by lire. rn the trout favorable tetm. 3I(WI tXrtTK MP ATTP.XTMN OV TI1K rUHf.lt! 4 VOVXTHY MKHullANTH In particular, tothflr Urge and varied awtmnt A hUXhitoHG'S vKitruAtmtr, Jut received. Thft I acknmldti to be lh finett rtfume In the world. All of on finality. Great varl'ty of odM ntylw and prlcei, aJw Collulold TrusMMHi, (all thapei and ilyU) Hnrploftl InatrnmctiU, Photograph. SupplI and the largtit and moai complete oV of DRUGS, CHEMICALS. PATENT MEDICINES, cm Vejt hi ihii Khifdom. a large Invoice of WAHUV.U MKDtTKHHAXKAS M'iiSMK direct (torn t'urope. free from tend or dirt. Agentl f'f PARKE DAVIS GO'S Pharmaceutical Preparation! J. O. AYER At GO'S Patent M.dlclual, HoTieford'i Acid Phosphate,, Green', Anctiit Flower Ac Gormaji Syrup, AUcock Portui Plaster Co , Murray St Lanman'a Florida Water Verba Bucnt Bitten. HoNoMmr, II, I WonM celt attention la their Large and rarltd Stock of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Coni'tling of tli. linrtvalUd Tafia 9tl Jtrr.it I: inn J'low, Hie Molme StI Mff-aWM. and Furrowing I'lo. Mi tin. Sul Il4-all tir.l1anf, Jr., Colli. vatora, Dirt frap.M, John Drs'o anna Plow., rlatiurs' Hot of th. Uit miV DISStONS' CEi.KUKArED CANK KNIVF.R Central hbcrtiortncnlo. (Cicncntl bdrmufments. That by Ihe "Siramer A!amt, due on Mon.lar neat (nii Imt., I will receiie my nmal tnpply of Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods. ife Am,' fshovtll and SpadM, JK mad. 10 ord.r. (Jarrlrn lfn4. Canal Harrow, (. It ir. needless to enumerate the fine variety of goods which are alway.'i kept on hand in this old establishment : here always will be found everything necessary to complete a GnNTt.KMAN's OirrrtT. 1 have everything usually kepi in utock in the best appointed Gent's Furnishing Store. I have, also, thin day received by the Steam Barkentine " MORNING STAR " From Boston, The finest and handsomest line of TRUNKS AND BAG WARE, Ever displayed in any one show-room. It will afford me pleasure to show these nice goods to my atrons and Friends. Anyone contemplating traveling ought 1 call and examine these fine goods, I'rices very low as usual. Corner of Kort and Merchant Streets. Honolulu, March 2istf i88;. 238-249 THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND Globe Insurance Company, RISHOP& Co. AGENTS. MTArtlillEt tBj6, VnltmUrtl LUbUUy to Storhhottteri. Attets ,,, .,. $31,136,100 Reseive 6,750,090 tscoMK for 1879; Pre mitt mi received after deduction of re Insurance. . .. ...... .$ S,3.oS Lot promptly adjuued and paid here, -39" . UNION MAUINEINSURANCK COMPANY of San Francisco. CASrLE V COOA'f, AGENrS. , 1 Incorporated 1873. .10-361 N EW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE Insurance Company of Boston, Mass. INCoarOHATKU 181s. . .iiiiiiMr '., IHH-if nearly $17,-000,0110. Polices Issued on ihe most f.Yorable terms, a absolutely Non-Fotfeltabla after Two Payments. KXAMTLK OV N0N-ruKr8ITUMK riAK Imurad atic 31 ears 20 ears Kndowment Man for $5,000. Annual fremlum $942.30. At the cud of lh ad Year. 1 . 4tt .th" Sth " 7th ' 4th- h oth ' nth" nth " tjth " isih " liih " trth'' ith ' loth" 10th " Cali-Surr. VT. PJ-up ln, S a.8l .- fta.7o 43-as 1..U 1,0.00 l.ajs.15 l,,ll.6j a,I7 9 .4'5-4i a,W.oa Atl-7 t-tn-is 4.alj 4.J.7 S.OOO.W 9 MS .970 a.ajj a.soo a.TM J.$ J.as 3.4V j.;k iai 4.jfa its S.MO The ianil an.1 uiberit nremtums are llkclv to be reduced by (Hcnattrng annual dutninhcu of tur. flat. A4T Applications can be hadof ; will be given by the Agents, and full Information 8nf CASTLE f COOKE. orttgn ' JUibtrtiermente. -HARLES BRBWBR Lo. a; KiL.r St,t, Boston, AOKKTH OF HAWAIiAS PACKKTa. Ornrrol Cmnaiarlia Afnt. Soeclal attention slvcn lo th. purchasing of eouds foe the Hawaiian trade, Krelekt at lovreit IM. a 10-367 IT OLLISTER &. CO., aft alto Proprietor! and Manufac fnxtureri of the ctteLrattnl KhutTUtic LIn!mnt -. EU'CALOFORM. Acents for Win, S. Kimball & Co. frafrnn( Vanity Pair, Tohnteo and CifnrHea which have no rival. The argent aksortment of PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN THB KINGDOM. OUR GINGER ALE & SODAWAIER hat always bfn recognized as the bcit tn the market. OUR OtNCER ALE EXTRACT being manufactured frum our own private formula in New York. AERATED WATERS In Patent or Cork Stoppered bottle aa desired. WHOLESALE & RETAIL. $9 NUUANU ST, RETAIL, Cot, FORT 4 MERCHANT STS t.$Q-. 5 Yoke, Chain., Clialnt, - SuBT-tr Mill Requirements. SUGAR BAGS. SUOAH KCOS, Owmbcrlawit Coal, Sperm Oil, CyUrnltt. Lam nmi p.rrvvcna jt 1 cricvi Lolricatorf. I'himhaito, Al tanjr Create, DiHion'i and S. nd J rites, alUuetand kind. Steam Pack inf. flat ana Round India Kutlf, AtMo and Soap Stone, rlK Packintf, India KuIm ber Ilow,4 to?lnch, 1'ipe arnl Oiuphntft, Null trvl Waihera. ftaished. M&'Mfie Ifotti, all !, Cold prenvwl lILuktmith't. Kncuieer' ami Carpentn'a Hammri, Tim L.uitertt vv men, e men 10 4 Inch Anvil. VicenIut Scraper, Orinduon, llt American liar Iron and YtiA Steel, llmldcra Hard (rare, all kind and ntylei'. Hub buck'i i'aintft and Oil, raw and toilet!. Small I'alntt In Oil, in larae variety. Dry J'ainti, Umber, Venetftn, Red. Ochre. Metallic, ftc, Whitin;, German Window ait'td ie, Manila Hope Stitple Gpoccrie, No. t and a Flour. No. t and a Rice, Crushed Snrar, China andJapanTeai, Oysters, Cumi, Salmon. Lobsters, Finest Table Fruits from the Factory Pure English Spices, Condensed MUk Cocoa, SPECIALTIES s-The Val ue KeroMMtti Off, M etonf Cm trlfHfnt lAning, 14 inch. Itubhrr A' r I fir untl CVinrd ilttthe just at hand.Blake Steam Pump Val res, Pack lng.kc.t Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or Molasses, IrrlffatlngAt Vacuum Pumps Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete, ALM OH CONltr.NMKHT Cal.fornia Hay, Barley, Potatoes, Barrels Salmon, Hams, Asbestos Mixture for IUilers ami Steam Iipe, verj tlap, Tence W ire and Staples, Gafvanued Rucfmj SEWIHO M AOHIMES. Wilcox and GiMs Automatic t Sinzrr Manufaciurinz C!ompanv, Allotted: Remington Company, Family; Wtlvun Machines, the best astotlment to be found. and at Bottom Prices. THE PRESS PUBLISHING C0MFA2TY, (T..TT.C r.'II!D. NEWS, BOOK and JOB PRINTING OFFICE C'amtfirtl'ii Xrw HtilhlUifi, Mrvchtlnt Hlrctt. Wedding, Visiting; nr Busincsi Cards, Invitation,, Menu Cards, Ball Programmes, Letter, Note, Statement or Bill Heads, Shipping Receipts, Money Receipts, " Certificates of Stock, Contracts, , Bills of Lading-, Checks, Drafts, Orders, Notes, Tickets, Legal and Mercantile Blanks, Labels. Books, Pamphlets, etc, NEATLY, ELEGANTLY, PROMPTLY, SURELY and REASONABLY DONE. TJWS. a, TllttU.tr, Manager. TT W. SBVHRANCH, 1,10 UAlirOBNIA ST., VAUtlKOOH no. 4.1 HAWAtiAN COS MIL m COMMiMMIOM Merchant. ,i6-si mm A wordly lather, alter the styl of Ijoxd Chesttrfitld, u giving ijoodalrCt to hit ton, whoU abcrtit toentwtocMty. "And, above all, avoid SirtalioM, but it you mut dirt or tall in love, sir, be ture that it U with a pretty wowak It it always safer." "Whyl" "Bcu tome other (eDow will be sure to be at' traded tma cut, you out uewie any BUBXNK8B ; ooLLiea, 84 Pott Bt 8. F. Sand for droila.. tin Kull Husixtu Coua. Includes Stnfl toi DouU Entry llouk-ka ln, a. applMtl la ail 4.&stn ro.nls bustivsi; Conwfrctal Arnhmrtk; tsuain... lnmansntp; Uocartil. Law; Buslnctf Cgrrtspoo4, encaj LcctuTttl on Law: fHiaincu Forma, and tH. Sklant. ol Accounts: Actual IluuMa Prealc. In Whobtak an4' Kttail Marrkandblng, Cfrauilaaian, Jubtias, Importui,, KAUrojMlui;, suptMa Kusuwas, Ilral.ran. and Kankin: Krwuap HranclMS. tncroduw Itcodinf. SutUiflf Cranunajr, atcl Pranruxs; and alixlrn Lansuafts, consiMina of prajckal InstructioJl In Frsnch, Gwaaan, and bfinoMli. S.aft.L ll.aucUKa arl tjniaaa.u.1 PsnmnniUD. Iliwk.r Maiti.i.lrL Survavlnrf. Naviaalinn. Civil u. Kiimring, Awayinc Shan (land, Tyc.Wnsk, t.la traphy, ate. r s rull IntormaUm addnsa, m. r. hcjmccs, -8l Sam raaacuco, Cac a-mmmmmmmmmmMammmmmmmmmmrm Crystal Soda Works! Our Oooda an acknowledged tb. B,st I NO CORKS WE USE PATENT STOPPERS! In. II our Bottles. Cl Families us. no otkar N.w Goo by trcry arrlial from England, Now ' ork and San Frandsco. 1 Now Timotiom Exlaw, 8korM powar. Orders from the other Islands filled at Best Kates and wilh dnimlch 4o-5 Q1NQER ALE BUT OUR& CHILDREN CRY rOR OUR BODAWATEB 1" Wsi Invtta tk&rlscular atlcnlLun to our Paiant Fllttf. rtccrtly tntroduoad, by which ait wattr usftj In our manuiauf is aMowttiy iru iron sui uspwuM. $$T W ikltvrr or Good t of Chrg to all DartsofUaf city. Canful atuntaoa pI4 lo IslaoJ OrUmt Addru 'THE CRYSTAL SOIJA WORKS," P. a BOX m - HONOLULU, II. I. r OUR TELBPHOB IS NO. aet vi mW Ordart Ufl aitk Buuon, SiailH Co., No. II, Fon Slnsst, will receive pioms altcntlon. ,.) GEORGE LUCAS, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER, STEAM VLAXITfO MIIjTsH Kmplanode, Itonolulu. Manufacture all kinds of f lfouldlaffs, Brackets, Window 'frames, Blinds, saahea and Doors and all kinds of wood-work bsIsb. ' Twmtac ssesll, mm WaS Bssvtaa All kinds of Plaoiog anj Sawing, Mortising, aid T ouing. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO AND WORK GUARANTEED Orders bus the other Islam's soliciwd. aao-e. Dr. H. Johnstone Speer A Regular GiaUi Pijsitiu tf fimaii Oairalj, Would most respectfully inform his patients and the afflicted generally, that he still continues to treat chronic and nervous diseases with unparalleled suc cess, l-atlies and Ocntlcmcn, remember, mat procrastination is tnc tniei oit. time, so come and lie healed 1 It matters not what our troubles may be, cornel and let the Doctor examine your case It will cost you nothing for consulta tion, so please call and satisfy yourselves whether the Doctor understands your case. If he can curefyou he will tell you so: If not, he will tell you that, for he will not undertake a case unless he is confident ol cnecting a cure; Dr. H. Johnstone Speer is a Specialist For ill afarou Imku From Wluisfer Ciue Hot Kir b BmrM . There arc many of the age of thirty to sixty who arc sufferinc from loss of rigor and nervous prostration and d weaksning of thesystem in a manner they cannot account for. There are many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the cause. Dr. S. will guarantee a erfect cure in all such cases; and a com plete restoration of the physical and nervous powers. OFFICE HOURS 9 to 12 a. m., i to 4 and 6 to 8 v. m. Sunday, from 10 to n a. m. only. Consultation Fee. Thorough Examination and Advice $5.00. fc- Call or address DR. II. JOHNSTONE SPEER, 239.351 " No. 29 Bcrctania Street, near Nuuanu Street, Honolulu. E. 0. HALL & SON, (Limited.) Have just received Ex Steam ltaiktntine IsALOTlSTXlSTO- STAB, Boston Card Matches. Downer's Kerosene OH, Fraaar'a AJa Crsasw, Cotton Waste, Ice Cream Freezers, (all aiata), Eddy's Refrigerators, (all sizes), Lawn Mowers. Iroa Agate Wtw. .. STOTES A.PTI BAPTGEM, A NEW LOT OK Hill's CtltlllHw PLOWS AND BREAKERS, MlBaaaf a OF ALL SIZES - wScntral JNmtiHwMU. ENTERPRISr PLANING MILL t C.,mmm.QuuumilUmiti,tfimtmtm, MauUUa usl Hoiik aisssf a kassi lis. pats kawfa far aae kwd Mai as ass, ssaas) ass asst ajU HONOLULU CARRIAGE FACTORY, Jfsv l aasat l$m rr mtrtmJ. (orroslt. won', stasuas.) - tf Cttrmmtt a tm Imeislhii aaaj. f tweWc ywUMsjUnei-aUasia. B EAVER SALOON, H. . yOLTE. PROSRIETOR, Bs la aounw to his friends aaj tlu pUic la tea . that Uu atone Saloua proeislea t torn j A. as., um la r, u. TVaCawst Twasftasi. fajir,. rva aaal 'V I -1 oalkaadfMf ror see JeictlptiTc dialogues, tent on application. WE KEEI CONSTANTLY ON, HAND stock or Owing to the. unusual demand for Ihe above out stock reduced, ami this shipment bi aimed Just in time for the present season, J. X.AXIGXJ "V . ' Hi!k o INCLUDING --.;: j Colgite't Toilet Soap, Ilamcu Soap, Kct(;Tuia&rj Suatf ($ casw),, Steilineivoipfirrtaic),- '" Eral,e Soap (la cat), lloiled and Raw Liruewt OU, ' ' , Lard Oil, Skldegale Oil, I'ranut Oil, Neat, Foot OB, Casta OH, PAIXTS OF EVEHY JJXHCHIl'TIOM. And a yenr Superior Slock of U KW of . t -'& J . ,' All to tie had a. the , '4 $, xao-wsawx jacjsvmjcsv jvnm. -E. O. HALL ic SON. j8-49 " Comet Ktnj, and Kia htmt vHfwwlias. HU, I... i""" ' 1 J ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . ' " "; The Corner Harness Store Still totlwFw. Lftf U4ct U Coftl (iaJ) Uniota) havlftf wn. twvmmwwm wj COMTAlrtlV OHAJl. vMMiM PPisBawisSsit A ipaisjwi a cvatavwaisst Urmiwil ew sWimlsjisiail. twM Ml tswasB aHwasMaswawMw. U aWtAawawUwat 6 At Kwiwiai aUawj," ' Is: .4k lll- 1M aeswMISHaaSSaa. . i. " WILL H SOLB AT 1.911 MttCES," Tkais ta hw quality of Cootscais tcpautlUMj else. ... - r . t. i. , , .t.f....? rt a..ft.. Urt,Krt csnaiMS U att kinla of aiiraa, Eluak and bjdatey msajtiam. Caaa Scasssl s)aca gtr. hMkheltaat 'w'v. ,; ?iatav am- W Lf" S "C .awSwawawaV, I assawK B IssssssssKsw 'IssssssWftssssBsi' - " t awassssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssM ! 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