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V A (' I F I C C O M M M K U C I A L ' Al) V Iv II T I S E R, F E B U U A R Y 41, 1882.
Oar PortuuMe Immig-Taots.
our nrtiele of ln
turtrM it very dm
r from a fr-v I'-.r-.
Mi'li "we iHik' in
In it main f.- :i
nM- tli rl.-i. ..f
ly (In. I their way
rittfii ty ili-a-
Into Uriri-li J..i ri.U,
roinieii fiuicrunt- rror.i all t.urt-i of th
worM to which th r migrant from tl
countries usually ft ml hi way. Sum
men are, an! will .liati-tl.-.l vhTv-r
their lot In life may cat them. The writer
of ILL letter i. eM-ntIy one of that sort.
The man who look um an olUr of
per month a wjrnethin; akin to an Insult
U evidently JUati-rleI with hi- condition
a a laborer without beiri -juaIitl-l for
any other conJition of life. The man'
complaint ahout what happene! to hiin
elf here are, on the fate of them, silly, arl
would probably be made little account of
by any laboring man who wa content !at
Ing emigration to the. InlamN. The tk-,1
of hifl letter, however, in not harm!?. Hi
accusation against the at-nUof tli- Hoard
of Immigration U one tliat .-liouM h- in
quired into by the I'rcs-i.D-n! of the Hoard.
To the public, a well a- this writer, i- dm:
Mme explanation of thi matter, or om
refutation of a eliare tlmt ojx-nly and cir
cumstantially made. If it be true that,
after chartering a hi at TjO a head, the
ajjwii-i of thta overnm-nt lind it nect-ary
to charge i'JlJD for a pannage, the Hooner
we ar served by more coni.t-nt txhh
the better. We take it for granted that
there 1 muik explanation of tlie matter
other than that given by the emigrant
himneif, who virtually accuse the agent'
of the Ivoard of Immigration of swindling
him. We can hardly conceive of any state
ment that could bo circulate! more calcu
lated to deter thoK who may l- thinking
of emigrating to the Itlaiult at their own
rot than thi, and no time ought to be ot
lefore an investigation of it it made, and
an explanation published Ih.Hi Ikt-and in
the Azore. and l'ortugal.
IhrtideM the matter we have referred to,
thl. letter contains charge of cruelty
agtinMt plantation manager under the
prutae of medical treatment." We note
that almost every letter in which the good
name of these inland i attacked contain
some story or other of thi kind. An- all
thee tale without foundation. The tact
that they are circulated so freely i strong
evidence in favor of the apintment of
Inpector. to whom our if n tract lalMrer
should have the opportunity of bringing
their jfrievanci'j for retire.
The following i a translation of the U tter
referred to ; th original ap-car in the
column of O Junutl Jtotirift of 7th
January ultimo, that pajx-r li ug, a we
have already utateti, ut' !-! I in Kric,
Ma. ' F.ciTot,-lU in ntilm ril r t jour
papor. I Lave f. r iim time i-t lmnri.
Tanon I ttr in it front thr Sand it-It lXniI-..
Thr I Lave rtuii with plrntnrr. knowing them
to b the pnrr tr.ttL. -icau-w.' I Law oiMrriI
aimilar u inre uij arrival iu Honolulu lt
Ma J. l-I).
At yoo eiprrjt your renxhrn s t publidi any
inin.nuii'utiun on tbi nabject. I taVe th; tji
portnaity to uy a f:w word ciiutu m ing from
la day I lantled ; anl I hnre plt tity to uy from
th vrry beginning.
TL Lartjne Hi-L3vr-r w lout to Kail tu it.
ecvnd trip t thr Iitan.In with punMcner.
I al rtoUrd to Iritve my rtMtntry. aud wt-nt to
- th agfney ijt the II)wviir (iDfirnuirnt to pur
my paMMgt, wht.Ii ruoanttd to 'J1.''0 ; then I
embarketl. WLm itoniif tl.ty At sen. some one
complained to th raptiiin that he vro hnnry :
the rply wait, that thr pau'r tuutfy wunlil
eovrr no citra food. I then aid that it u iw
poNMible that $Jl 'JO sthonld have no uiurgin ! and
and to thi the captain replied that he had re
eeivej bat $'') (X). Thi net me thinking tf the
way my pocket Lad been picked by the Sandwich
Inland agency, tm the noil of my own country,
I nhoald'nt have thonLt thy LjuI Wt-n sosiutrt
at it any how. t T'et d f'r the pr.'.'nt I will
. t . . . ft . . I. . ,
aay noit.in a k inr fouuir t. imii jx.a oiiit i
aaae big folk: here.
A I have be-n ! the I-!i !id- ti'Lt luoUth.i.
working like a home. -rh:ip I can npply more
correct information than the man who wa seven
wtk travelling rotintl here, for traveller' nrnl
laborer' Ut lutut.t ditTrr. Well. I have been
oo aeveral plantation n Haaaii. On the tirnt
the following happened.
On arrival. 1 iug tired ont with the jnrn-y.
the btm uent me to rest, so 1 iniht commence
work three day after. Bat he never thought of
giving me Uhm to strengthen me. At the end of
three dayi, and near dark, the lo s-nt fur inn to
contract, telling me he wontd not give uie more
than SlS for twnty-Mi day's work, and that no
one would give me iuurr. I replied it wa insuf
ficient, he Maid if I wonld not take it I niiLt go,
bat an I diI not even know the way out of the
plantation, there Wing nothing but tracks, n of
wild animal rather than Christian people, I re
mained a month, h'tviug no alternative. At the
month's end I got my pay, and usked my boss
for a raise, but he would only give me $2 more,
SO I left him. It scarcely covered my food and
clothe. What do JtU think the lss did ? II
wrote to varioa plantations not t pay me more
than and on my arrival at one of them the
manager offeretl uie jn, Hiid I keep myself, or
$3 and keep me. Such is th kind treatment w e
get here. A the money I had received on the
first plantation was insufficient to take me else
where I was compelled to remain awhile on this
second plantation, where I made a few- notes.
among them the following: One day a man
complained of rhe-nmatism. disabling him from
work. The boss sent for him. the tor snffcrer
went, thinking he wished to K,ve him sonic
clothes. What do j on think it was for? To apply
a pepper poultice to his back, and there he kept
him before hiia for two hoU- hour, the r
fellow cried like a child, and I lcged the Ims j
to taae pounice on. as lie com.i u longer
apMirt it. bat thn other replied by telling him
to (that up. Sacb is the medical treatment the
I'ortagnes? get. Another cao that hal'ptlitd at
thi place wa with a man who came out on the
third vessel. At th Lour id starting out t'twork
the poor fellow was breaking lrt:ad to take aln.
he delayetl a little, aud follow. -d atnt two hnn
tlred st Iwhiud hi companion, and i'l-t lor
thi an overseer came np to Lim mid 'V'' him
two blow with his rist. and tsk him to jail. tLe
poor fellow w as I's ked np for nine days, ainl j
fined $'-t, which was n.ore than he had v l earn- .
From ! re I resolved to viit Ma'ii. u t iuImi k- t
lug at Hdo, I had to pay ". si 1 poll ta. T- for J
iioads, i for Sch'stls. There, now. i.-. what tl.t j
bring u out for J It i to pay for the native school i
ami roiuls, as they s.w that th'irown ji pul i
tioo wa unable to do it. It iii.-tkt s one tleper
ate, because what one earns i t' little t- N- j
called apon also to contribute; to the progress of ;
Hawaii From ull I can n-r til these- Inland, no
PortngTitae will ever leave them w ith a c -lit. th ;
wordd be f jrtouate to leave them with a wh-.l j
body, considering the injnriou crTeets of the
forced Ialsr to w hi' h the y are con U.titly stil,-
Aftivetl at Ma-ii. I stopit.l at Wailukn. and
applied to a manager for lir. he wished me to
work two day to show what 1 could do. I did
o, and on the Ul'.;ht following the two days. h j
told me that a I worked well, he would fcive me !
f'22 for twenty-six days' work, and I find my-.rlf. ,
J wonld not eontiune, btit left, the- wages I t
t.X fcW. The tao nrt days I had worked, he .
lid Dot pay Uie for, litir e-veu speak of. A wtek ;
after, I renestcd a friend who was employed
there, t ask for the amount of the two days' j
work dae me. The bos replied that h could
only pay m a week later. What U yon think j
of thi ? Either he was a short of mone y as
myself, or he was fooling m but he may find he !
it the fool, when he wakes some fine niornin
and fin.L himself alone on the plantation.
Oa the third vcsstl from St. Michaels, a yo.u.
man came out who had some warts tu his hand-. ;
These Laeomiug inflamed by work, hi boss s. ut ;
him to a diirtor for treatment, but wished hnu :
to he cured lth all fpeetl a he hud work for,
Kim. Such waa the hurry that he had his hands ;
fcarned with nitric a.;id. by hi boss' order, to j
och an extent that k ua unable to do any j
work for two months alter, ami during this time !
Ilia bo refused to keep him.
The Urate animnl are not treated iu tj;is way,
on the cojutrary, they are much be tter cared for '
v... than arc- tie Portugese. From thi plantr '
aUoa I paed to that i Mr. Spreekels, against
which. I have. o far, nothiLg to s..y.
lT MlcH4ET.F'sJ5 AtfCAParKK.
jrV ir 13 T E-I P
WINES & LIQUOR
K -Mrs- v -
'..aA-A. ' s-r .
ST J coutnau to ,til 1-n.U-i.s at nuts ptr
v.rl. ;Av.:ry .small itssortmcnt hft at Chs. J.
FlsHEK-i" CoPrLAl: STOKK.
M A RWTWfi
Will ESave Been Sold.
TSf Those mho io nnt Purchase a'uriiiu; the ?sE2T
TKX DAYS, mill have LOST Til II ONLY OPPOR
TUNITY to si:cupi: GOODS AT LESS THAN
ILiLP COST, that has ever bect offered in Honolulu.
Milliner and Dress Maker,
KORT MRKKT, IIO.NtM.HJ .
Ib CONSTANTLY IN RECEIPT OF ALL THE
Latest Novelties in Millinery !
lint. Ribbon, leathers. Flower. Lare. If., at.
W o e Uie nj fki:l urt- t. veil-known to reauir .n-
r .intneDdalinn. it oltll it. ehurge of ihr Milime-ry nj
Trimming D-petm.-ni. whicM a. nuffi. ient Kutriat-v tht
' win f o nn urti.tir m-tntirr.
Europe and United States.!-
THE DRESS MAKING
nil i.n iohpute .usiiiir.iHifv?w;
I :lic la -.lien ol ilonolaiu and ttie c
TIic Usual Auction Sale will "be held.
This Saturday Afternoon and Evening,
"by Mr. E. P. Adams, commencing at One
M GREAT INTERNATIONAL CLOTHING CO.
OF .BiW VOEtlk, 3,0.I0Vaiil 1ABIIS,
Capital, $0,000,000, ARNOLD FITZGERALD,
A . TV I . jVXJfG L L IS.
Honolulu ClofSiizig Emporium,
SptK'ial ALj(?iit lor the Hawaiian Islands.
''UK l'MIKKo.KI II -Mli: (HKlMiKMKNTN WITH TIIK IBItVK TOM
I I'ANV t . -ii;.h ti.- t'. iu;..-. i j ! ill-,- I-Unji ailh lli-ir
WORLD RENOWNED READY MADE CLOTHING !
Art.l b-rlj iDile IL- ri--t. inwnl l'i EXAMINK TIIK HllfT I N OIC K. wl.i-b l.r ti rtrird r hrk
I. C. ML ICtAY. r.Mi:iei4
(iliXTS' ISI.AC'K uesoux lotii suits J
lient Mbth Tweed i flnifrf Sail. f.rnl' Mutrli led k C4imrf (oat-:
i.ttS itb Tweed Jl (a-iurre rant. I f ul l.rle.l Mjle Id Satl c(, (Suwrlhlng ew)
(.eat USilte l inen (Jt, l.rnN Ulilte Llaro Pant',
Lent. Ubite Mar-elllr Tjr!-, t.rnt- Drowo Linen Salt.
D) trli Tweed Siilt. B'- Crown I.I urn Sait.,
5 B.t)' ai Cine vair mjIi..
Tbe U-l kf b-m rif i4N ! U'l lhl lrk-l. Vxiuv hare n-1 l-n lkt-n m C'.n-i-lrHli..ri to facilitate
Id-re ftliirM. n-l tmtriag if., tn trm the Fr:.rjr .l.r.rl, I Bin roal.Ir.1 t-. O.-ui I II L 1 1' Kit THAN AM' Ol'llKR lltJUSK
in thi Ton
N. if. a kkw n A in; I N OK
DRY GOODS, TRIMMINGS & DRESS GOODS ON HAND YET !
WHICH WII.I IIK Mll.ll A'.VAV AT AXV I'KH'K. TO II.KIK Til KM OCT.
A. rV3, lYiELLiS,
Ilonoliilii Ololliin- Kmporium,
WHS. ALES h I
flennessy Brandy, all Qualities;
BOl'T KI.I.KAt lit(.MV, -il qoiiii-.-MAllTKII.
I It A . I V . ll q -.mlilii-j
KOI'VKK. UOI'I.Kr &. ". It K A I) V. all
llUKUVII.I.i: X CO. ItK N lit . a. I (jualitic;
Jl l.KS KOBI.V X . Hit DV. all qualititx;
II A CI" Kit lit X. CO. HKAMr, all qualiii-;
MA KM I KNSK A. 0. ItK A Ml V. all quilit.e;
J I I.C.I I.KI'ltl.M i CO. BRANDY, all
And various other kinds of Me
dium and Common Brands.
Cutter & Co. Whiskies, all Brands;
KKXTI CKV KtVOKITK WHISKY.
O. K. C. SOCK MASH.
Ill K W IIISK KV,
A K I K T W IIISK Y.
tOR TIIK CKI.Kl'RATKb
CYRUS NOBLE WHISKY
ALL QL'ALITIK A X i AUKS.
A.lso, Sole Agents
lot FORT STRKKT. HRKWKRV BLOCK.
THE ONLY OPfllGHT PIANO
Will Remain Permanently in Tune !
This will interest AIXa who con
template Purdiasirxg OlME of
these Slousshold Treasures,
THE MATHysy EIC PIANOS !
JUST BEEN IMPORTED BY GEO. F. WELLS
IIIB MUSIC STORE !
A MARVJJL OF .I.OXClCL,L3i:3S3'C3JL
As will iK'cIart' I: h;iu lia.l the .IiM-tiie of heurin them.
Scvcrail of them Iiuvc :ilrr:al !n Sold, :inl he
points vi$Ji pricS t t'liloMirrj wlio Iisivc
Hie iiuml JikIiem biI to piirclisisc si FIXK
ISra'I5ir.1I2-:T. 31 !pr:t2i. well eillier
lor llieii- tfiKlmeiat or
THEJ I R O Iff FHAME,
is fiititely new ami novel, inu.-t -ul.tantial in its construction, with three
:ros l.ars. reiuK rin it
Impregnable lo Any Pressure Ever Brought lo Bear Upon It.
THE T U TJ I Iff G P I OT s ,
whit h, when mu-e j.laceil, are
UTKKAMiY B5B:M IX A (iKASP OF 1UOV !
and there is now no chance tor the action of the atmosphere to lengthen or
contract the strings, (as is the cae when the j-ins are inserted in the wood
frame), and M t thev have all the advantage of a wo. id hearing, and the j.in is
firmly held to the verv f o'iit at which the spring takes holl. This, is one of
the t eaons why our I'lanos re-jnire hat one-fourth of the tuning necessary
for others. nwwn-
I'I'KT IMS I' KM KK I Ol.K 15 I' I.I.. --Tli-i' t -it rti(. li 1-nil. while txniiuinj the Sc!"
..I tbe Mtal -"'OK ri.N'.',,w.: ir ni.i.iiiy i-mriJ fin ":' "'! r r'. Iml hern (Uiwermj hi haoj t
tmcU w. r 1). I r .
Reuben Earley's Whisky
From Lou K-iiiurky. Uuth ilran li being wt-ll-
knuwu tor I In-re UTinrp.ii.e.l csr- lk-nce
KEY BRAND GHff!
In Soull Butll". Stone Jug nnJ Large Squares,
J Ualltin I'ackagK:
1 1 I &. CO. I'KIZK MKIItl. GIX, very
atnooth mud fine;
Itrcl & Sou", rrli bniit-d OLI) KIM GIX.
Vll-r SC1IIKI) A M iml SCII X A lPS.
Ifiinirl Vlr Si. Sou' rrlrbrnlrd "Git AY
ST A I.I.I (I X " br.tiifl .f GIX
I'or lite Cclclirve.l and Wurld-Rtiiuwtied
Saliratoi? Beer !
CASKS OF SAMK IN I'INTS A.NI Ql ARTS,
Ooiislaiil ly on I lsuicl
Iteeeived by every vessel from the AtUi.t c l'rl
A N It
G 35 R M s 13 K K K
ALWAYS flX HAND.
IBG IUSA,I POIITEK
IN PINTS AND QI AKTS.
GUINNESS' DUBLIN STOUT!
IN I'INTS AND QUARTS.
IS II hZ K JR. Y !
CLARET WINE, in casks and hf-casks ;
CLARET WINE, in boxes. 1 dozen each;
from $3.50 to $25 00 per dozen.
George O on let's
sufervision of Mrs. Wilkiawio,
iui ncitam U well-koowa to
the other Islands.
I. II IKS' DRKSC AI'S OX IIAXD.
j Or made to order. Al),
' ldt.V and Cliil Iren'K Ready Made CLtthiug. Zephyr Shawl,
j SiUniHn-.. Freneh iieiiMdine Silk St.kintt, Lare
j II. ind kerchief. Ja;.n Tidfes, c; c.
A Fine Line of Mourning Goods
( an(iiNil) an hauil.
'I K. V. h.ipe by str.ct alt-mi ni .j the want of ner
(..ittii , m-Hlrte irruis, and fnrn ahiriir onty first cUa rtl-cii-i
in ..er line, t.i uieril a nr? of the public trunn;e
1KS. IKUuKSs HAVING RKTl'RKD
i.'M from the State, ia now preared to KL'RMs'U or
MAKE TO ORDKR on Short Notice,
Switches, Curls. Seams. Coquets, waves,
Wig3, etc , etc-
The Watervliet and Lisbon Wave,
Mil. UL'RfJKSS keeps .in h.nnl fr Sale, a very Select
s'tock of IhvUil.le and older llir I'ins. Invi.ihle Hair Nets,
Crimping I'ins. I'lricliii.c Irons. C-.r-.uela. Indies' Fine Black
f'ouitis. Kre-sing and Kltte Comh. 1 hildren' Celluloid and
Ruhhvr Kouih! i;oiub. Hair Uru-I.r-, tlir iU, Fine Qualities
.f Colognes. Hay Rum and H.iri U ater. Fine Face Powders
ami Cainmudiie, etc., etc. Al.. THK CELEBRATED
Warranted to cleanse the Scalp, and Hair from all
M ll-S, fOQlinS aud OTHER HAIR WORK J
Kedrensed and Piped tn Order, and at Short Xotice. HAIR
DRESSI XCJ and SHAM I'OOI NO. and in fact, all Kinds of
Work appert .ininjj to the trade, promptly and artistically ex
ecuted. M MS. Kl'KGESS would also anii'innce thai ahe is the
A nent for the Finn .f A. 11 Kit N II All l f'O .of New Vork.
Manulacturinir Jewelers and Importers of riarnnd. Pearls
and Precious Stone. Onyx and Diamond Jewelry, Hair Jewel
rr and Devicr Work.
XT Remember the address. 218 Port Street, nearly opposite
the Fort Street School. TKLKPHUNE NU.MUK.K Xh'l.
laTlt'i NIKS. BCKUKSS.
The Undersigned has For Sale
FROM ONE to TWO YEARS OLD,
SIRKD BY THK CELEBRATED BULL
SNO"W BALL !
Imported from New Zealand for MR. MOFFITT, said to
be the finest Hereford Bull ever imported here.
These BULLS Will be Delivered,
IF DESIRED BY PURCHASER,
Price According to Age and Quality,
from $75 to $100-
JaUUm W. II. RICE. Lihue, Kauai.
THE ROYAL ST. JOHN !
Hjis a Large High Arm
IVo Holes To Thread,
The Machine oi-Shuttle,
The Eye of the Needle.
DUC de M0NTEBELL0 CHAMPAGNE,
pints and quarts ;
BURKE &. KINNAHAN'S
SCOTCH WHISKY !
Wm. Rankin & Son's
c iikkkv braxuv,
batavia a rr ac.
bittkrs ok all kinds.
beneuictine. is Simple; it cannot be put out of Adjust
ment. Is Light Running, and Easy
Motioned; it can be run lon
ger without fatigue
than any other Machine.
A Great Convenience !
rJch ROYAL ST. JOHN MACHINE is pr .vi,lrd on front
e'lfie of table with a convenient Yanl Measure.
T li e Only 11 achinc
WHICH IS ENTIRELY HIKE
! FroDi Irreiular, Cams, Cogs and Springs,
j IS THE
t 0 11 1 y .11 achinc II a d e
; RUNS EITHER FORWARD or BACKWARD,
; And continue to sew In the same direction.
Only 11 achinc II a d e
W ITHOUT ....
And is corisrqjentlj Kreest bom Wear and Lost Motion.
V UK MOUTH.
A N I SETT E.
1. 1. ME JUICE.
v! Vi-I li.i that lite I'iin , one of the most expen-
t mil ihr tiit'-:ri. it "I l-'isi! x.ns rrtW. i' h 1 1 l- u :t
tl.-Iimit al in-iruillf t. w.t. t!..--c.ikI "I alit l:til. , . , .1 . .
.N.i ..tlf-r tiiak-r- hy a:.y -cL- h .ve evr I-p al t ' T.! " - t l':an.. that .lid not .U preciate in a few year that US
f..rtifr'l"e. aifl I .-i'ltr s t.i - i.r.tl'i ..1 i: t : .! a tlin. irv .att.l. rendering the l'.ano almost intolerable to any
tna?ii l er.
GEO. E WELLS, Mo. 207 Fort Street-
Sole Agent for many of the Lriding Pianos and Organs of the World
o?' Send for CateiloGrue and Thrice List.
Alld lOO Other Things I , With each Machine we furnish the follow
Cue Hemmer and Feller. Braider, tuiller. Set Hlate Hem-
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION, ALL oK WHICH
XT TXT" T3 1 T . I 1 ! mer and Hinder. Gaoee and Thumb Screw, two Screw Dritr-
-- A-A -- J - - ' ers. Oiler filled with Sperm Oil. one dozen assorted Needles.
! six Bobbins, one extra Throat I'late. and Book ol Instructions,
j Euker. Kaflier, Corder, Extra Braider, Kxtra Qailter.
FOR S A. L E
Lowest Market Rates !
BROWN &. CO.,
14 MERCHANT STREET.
p. S Orders .from the other Islands .
NEW MUSIC STORE !
ots Promptly attended to- 107 port street. f
CLOSfflij OOT SALE Of JEWELET
old 'Milv Watches !
An Assortment of Precious Stones !
DIAMONDS. PEAF.LS, RUBIES. &c. &c.
SS-oifi andL iSiTvoi? laieui UiTaire !
HELL and KUKUI 0EX AMEXTS. GOLD and SILVER SETS.
BRACELETS. BROOCHES, SOLID bILVER SPOOKS.
SILVER CUPS. NAPKIN RINGS.
SLEEVE BUTTONS. SCARF PINS, and a
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF TASTEFUL JEWELRY
Which we will Sell :it Very B-oiv IJ:ite.
As this is a BONA FIDE CLOSIISG OUT SALE,
CALL Ucf'orc You liuij Elscichere, on
! FORT STREET.
JEWSLRY ! JEWBLHY !
Just Received by Late Arrivals the Finest. Largest and Most Select Stock of
DIAMOND, GOLD . PLATED JEWELRY !
EVKR LMPOUTKI) INTO grille KIXCfOOM.
1 11 m: 1 TILL LI.2
Gold & Plated Sets
Etc., Eic Kir.
t . 1..
f fx I 7
- - - - .
OF ALL KINDS
Which I am Prepared to Sell at Most Unprecedented Low Prices j
All wishing lo purchase will Jo wt ll by examining my Slack BEFORE I'URCIIASING KLSLWHEIIK
All varieties of Goods requireJ in the Jewelry Business on hand and For Sile.
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m. ... c m .U.U iirpinuf; ........... v.i,, A,rm,i.in; r auLi noun n .lili.I I tM.
E2T 1 bold ruyeelf personally recponstble for ALL (JOODS enlriixted lo my carp, nod assure til
Patrons of perfict security of their goods, fj?" COME ONE ! COME ALL ! !
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BROGLIE, SPEAR & CO.,
Manufacturing and Importing Jewelers ! I
75 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
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EEoIifiajf siods is Complete 1 1
t'ONSISTINfi IS I'lRT'Or"
COLD AND SILVER SETTS,
PINS, RINGS. EAR RINGS,
VEST CHAINS, NECKLACES, SCARF PINS
SCARF RINGS, SLEEVE BUTTONS,
.t7Vlt;2a.d,2M. zx specialty.
Silver Filagree Jewelry,
Tasmanian Shell Necklaces in all shades of Color,
Silver Plated Ware, American Clocks.
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Gold., Kuliui, Shell and other Jewelry !
Watches XJepaii'Ocl lyy Computiint Worlcmon.
DIAMONDS SET IN THE LATEST STYLES.
A St'c-i:lily .T3:icle in finrss vin or sill ltiiiK
IM'Ll dim; of
lOTOCllVlS, MEDALS, LOCKETS, etc.
r OR DKBS FROM Til K OI'IIKR ISLANDS WILL R KCKIVK OCR htn.tn.i
ATTENTION. "O.ll I
Every Article Guaranteed as represented, or Money Refunded
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Thi Klojanlly Rre-1 T R (IT T I V. ST. 1. 1. ION will STAND TH K SKA SON OK 1X82. Ht ll, ,.1 r. f nUt..r,il.e
FiTlVU-'iv 'rV.Turv '.'wV?'. J kV KV HN" SKI'TKMIIKU I.. TERMS
Folt Til K thAfiX III I K I 1 HO 1.1. ICS. payable at lime ol serviuc. TO I NSt'KE K I FT V Dili I aus
payable when ilie mare i nscertaine.1 lo be wiih fual i,r parted with. .
ItK ii a II. autiful Cual l:uk Horse, with a .mill toot on l be f
i lrt II 4 1 llll:ll u ...I wm .u to,.. . .... '
. ---- - , ..... ,.L1. 0.,ul ,.41,w u,,,,, ln, a VHr. nn(1 in'Hii lurtre full
boaulilully arched urck. heavy hhi.uldt-rs aii.l br ..Tl. in the ol,tt. allowing iiiini.-iMe ung power. h a very mroiia hark
clcwly ribbeil up with g.xA barrel, v-ry round bin.l quarters, lar-e arm, inim .,,. b,,i,e and d u-cle with r ril.-rulwl alifle
and A No. 1 fe-tar.il le(js. Is very co:n partly built and bis l..rm i very bl.wi like, in br ef l.m whole contour a. I ceneral m
I l I i ft n a li. nutnui Lual lilack llorse. with a .m ill toot on i. r.r..i.-u.i i..,. .: .
pea. no other whiie, TA.N'US lo HM.. JIMill, and will weii:li aonut 1.2c0 pnunls, bin a verv fine b.'..,l r..n
it ft. tit. t . I ..m. -.-..I .....I
ia one or exceeding beauty and aymitieiry. and minei as near being a m.alel horae one would aee if be were t.. travel uroui 1
the world. Ilia styie and action ia nam--, .a unsurp ase I, having a prowl carriage and an exceedingly walk
VOl'NG VKNTI K K wa, bred by UI.OIHiE TKKAT.. K.q .of O.ikland, Cal.. and he w4.ire, bv th f..t i,.
tin STALLION VKNl'l'RK, 2 iJTl; U: bv IS-1,,,.,,,1. of Amerira,, ,,ov. and be by S- (lull .otT. I l,n '.rte 1 LvJ m,,?,.
VOIIN.J VKN1 URKS dam wa4 ADA MoKltll.L. a mare pur.haw l in Vermont l, Mr. Tr-at for 1 iroTl "ra.
very fast mare: beit.ir kept as a brood mare and never u-ed I r rarr:c Hhe had no i.uhlir. r..r..r,i i.,,. ... i.. . .
2 30 any day of the week exc-pt Sunday, i-he was sired by Voui,S Morri.l, r-c.,rd I .ad He 2 2x and ire ,.f Kearnauirbt Z , i
2i, and Olide 2.21, Young Morrill by Old Murril , b by the Je.mUon l,,rse, ,., of the Vance hor-e, .on U lurried l iS
The sul ject of breedinc is of ga.-h iroporUnf.- tht it has in tl e I i-t f- v.' ir i lei m ih. ,,j,.i , . t
work, on the .abject by the most abl- II .rs-m-u of the d,v. which are V,t, !. -fLlil J , .. .'. " .UC ."? .f m
tie. all differ to greater or le exten-.. the ,u e iitf ni br. .,ler. after a r.relui p-i usal of them. Is oblige lo adoi.t k 'I
own. and depend upon his own j lament in a nie;i-ur- as to the proper ele,-.,, or the aonu ja to obtai-i tbe b .l relTh. lit
tny own expert- t.ee in the matter I have alwaj s loe., one rule which i. .o s.m.le thst it can Ihj cmtini , a r.ut.heM . I i.
w.s v ore., u me urti in res io-i . ..uui 1 l iu I lie vrv urni slalllotl tfllt I C'.lli't HthI I 1... .... . . .
with the reuults, and I believe thtt every person tn ,l,,io is on th n.ht trark Tune and ex. ' . ,""'lP"inll
i, pay, only to rae the very beat, as the 'preny o, ,fe,ior .ire- am' U " ,o V ,? Ztl .bL , )TZ t 't'i Va "LI" 'l'?
colts from a sUndard bred horse wtll always be sale!, e at rttoi:i.erativ.- raies. t,ut ,hi. m,..t l! 1 . rf h,erea tt.
ident truth. I will not dilate upon it. aumi'ieu a a
I behere that I offer to the pui be, in i OL N V KN'Tl'R I", a combination of blood that is wnbv ,,i,h.
moat critical Horsemen, on the aide of h,9 sire he Ira.-es throu-h .triotly ihorougM red Hne. llr r, , ? ?
mm whom o many fler. have de,c-n W, nn l on the side ol ,T,9 d .tn through the mTl o?.,.?..1:' Imr'r,,!'
in I'lrouKh the most popular trotting bne. direct lo.
Tmn.ir!H4 f euin iff r wt 'h 14 u.4 eVrTV li nrt-mM L- r.r.nr I.U f. . r. t -. ; i .
...... . .iun.ui mii tritLiirie n rir.u hi... ...i:a
lion, tocetner with n; line sie, kijk-, co.or and masn.lleeut trottinj actiou otrihine to mak. l.im . ri .w 1
horse. f..r STOCK I'CRIf ES that cml.l Pos.mly be found. He ..'a ure brei l ii V". Z U I n 6J"taW
both sincle and double, and as a tr .v l.-r excee-lmuly pe.,lv lie has never been reVi.larl7ir7. ii K . f "V.? ?"Hy r' ken
. ... . i.. ..t. i.:.., ; Li .11 r ikli'rnv 14 Lfi .LVii' tit'L itf vi. ...... . . . . . .. " - wui m uw uilurt-
ui nine wiuj Him iu rvm i " -J' rvrni ri f r. ul .tu ir l l.l f 4
which there are now about a doz-n in the countrv. and th-y are without it. ,,;,.,i. V. i " 1 "" ' " c"llm- '
bearittp a atrone r-.emdanaoe to tli-ir ..re. being greatly admired by every one for their bekuty. thu. nrovin . .TS '
an exiraor.unary oreeoer.
auty, thus proving that the horse ia
XT GOOD PAS IT R .K will he furnstied for marea aent from a .1. .lance at the VERY I OW RATF nc nvu ...v. .
PER MONTH, and due rare taken to prevent accidents. I ut no respon.ibility w, he assumed .h ould ao, oic bo"-R
IT I will give "tO G O I.l f"OI N" to the per.un exhibiting the UKPT IJOl.TKOAl FD TV iBa-i .r .. .
O. X3. AXZZjBS, Makaw.o, Mm.