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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, MAY 5. 1883. V is foreign totrttstcitnis. "V7ILLIAIIS, DIMOND & CO., Shipping k Commission Merchant. X.2I8 California Mrrrl. H. W. SEVERANCE, n-4 VA II t N t'OXHI, (IM llii MEtUIIANr, uia C.i.r.r..: ir..-ei, in rai.ri..M. California. TT H i-inj No. i j.j j JOH2I HARVEY (5c CO.. c oMMISSItl.N )lr.H('HiMtiiiil WOOL HltanMlMt.. Ctf '!;. Rcfroce Back of Montreal. IT 81 Cah ad :- on Consignment lo. r.corm ciurroioa. GEORGE F. COFFin & CO., SQIPPUG A.0 conmssiox jieuciiixts. So. 13 PIm Street, L ni-D Block, SAX FRANCISCO. PlRTICrMR ATTENTION CIVKN TO ftUlnf Utctiiu order, od atulartico guaranteed. W. H. CEOSSMAN & BEO., 8 hlpplna unci C in in 1 h n 1 o ii M ERCIIANT 118 t'k.iakfr. 3rY. NEW YORK. Renrrvne Castle ft Cook an.i J. T. Watrrhou. GRATEFUL COMFORTING. EPPS'S00G0A. BREAKFAST. "By a tboroach knowledge of the oatarml law which gov. ra the operaikxia of digestion and nutrition, ana by a careful apvlicattus of lira Doe properties of we:l-eiec:ed ocoa, Mr. Cppe baa pruvuied our breakfast tablea with a srlicawly-aaroroit be.erage which majr ve c m.oj hear 7 doctor' bill. I: U by the Jndmoaa use of such articles of dlt I ha I a eonatilotioa nay b gradually tmlt up ami! elroag ooa-tt 10 mm every lendeocy 10 duru. Iluodred of subtle wMladie ar floating around as read to attack wh rarer I bore la a weak point. H e may escape many a fe:al aaaA by keeping oarselvr welt fortified with para blood aad a property aooriabed frame." See iri rli in the Cin Mmiem Otttttt. Mad aim py with boiling water or Bilk. Bold 00 ly la packet, labelled 1 JAMES EPPS & CO., nOUEOPATHIC CI1EMIST3, LONDON. EFI'TS CHOCOLATE ESSEXCE, or AfUrmmon iho11.1t L. P. FISHER, 4 OVERTIMING AGENT. 21 MERCHANTS X. EXCHANGE. 8aa Praociaco, California,! authorised lo reeeir advertisement if the col urn oa of this paper, Esit.l3liwlied in 1H5S. Xj P. FISHER.' is NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING AGENCY, Room SO and 2 t. Merchants' Exchange, CalUoroIa Street, Eaa Francisco, G7.T. B. idrcrtUla S!icitcI far all Xewt pa?rs Pikllshed the Pacific Coast, the Saadwich Iilaadt, Pl jaesla, Mexican Ports Panama, Valpa ralto, Japaa, Chlaa, Xetr Zealand, the listrallaa CoUales the Easter- States and Europe. Files of earl j e?erj Sewspaper PablKhed oa the Pacific Coast are kept Ceastaatlj on Hand, and all adrer Users are allowed free access to then daring Busi ness Ooars. The PlflFIC C03IMFKCI1L ADVER TISER Is kept oa file at the office of L. P. FISUER. JOHN FOWLER & CO. Ieeala, Enzlnaid, ARE PREP RED TO FURNISH PI,4NM and Eatmate for tileel Portai Tramway, with or uhont car or loeooaotire. specially adapted for haar Plaatauoo. permanent Railway, with locomotive and cars, Tractioo KoKioes and Road Locomotiees. Scearo Ploaghio; ad Caltieatmc Machinery, Portable Steam Engine for all purposes. Winding Engine for Incline. Catalocae, with Ulalrs:loa. Model and Photograph of lha ato Plant and Machinery may be seen at the offices ol tbs aaderiired. - XT. I GREKN an 1 a. w. macvarlane co aarHHf Aceats fcr John fowler A; Co. a a 1 a vi 1 1 u t- s n.- mmmm. iiililii CORNER OK Beale and Howard Streets, AN PRASCIiCU, CALIFORNIA XT. II. T1TL0E, ... Presides!. J03. HOOaE, ... Snperlatendeat, BUILDERS OF STEAM MACIJINEUY, IX ALL ITS BRANCHES Steamboat, Stcmnsliip, fsmd ENGINES AND BOILERS, lllgh Pretare or Conpoand. TEAM VESSELS of alt kind, built complete with Usila of Wood. Iron or Compoaii. ORDI MKT ENGINEScompoomled when aliaable. TEA 1 I. UN CUES. Carres and Mem Tain run wtrscted with reference ta ths Trade in wr.ich they are lo b employed Speed, toanaf e and draft of water Kmr-m-tesd. Uf3AR MIL.IJ AND SlK.tlt MAKING MACIII.NEKT made after tte mo approreil plans. Also, all aV Uer Iron Work connected therewith. WATER PIPE.of Boiler or Sheet Iruo. of any aiar, mads in suitable leocth for connect in m;ether. or Wheels Raited, Pancned. and Packed for Shipment, ready to be weted oa the frrmnl. IITUR4CI.IC RIVETING. Boiler Work and Wa ter Pipe made by Ibis Eatablxbmeni. Kiteted by II iraalic Kitlnc Slachioery. that quality of work b-icj mr saperiur to hand work. IUIP VO R K . Ship and Steam Cspatana. Steam Winch es, Air and Circulating Pomps, made after the most ap proved plans. AG ENT toe Worthlnjton Duplex Steam Pomp. PCM P ntrect Acting Pomp, for Irrigation or Cily V jrf Works' porpnoe, balll with th-r celebrated lavy Valee Mruioo. auuertor lo any other pump. i2?'Sl tf THE FRENCH TRADE JOllim k EXi'iliiTEIl ! Mariets Rensw & General Prices Current ! Pohliahed Mot'hly, and to Enclish. IoJisn-nsabl for Pnrchasr of Continental Gooris; (ires Whole, ale Price, and l)Lconni allowel, of Wines. Brandies, Preaerved Provision, Fancy Good. 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Apr 14 d w 1m PRINTING and PUBLISHING In the CHINESE LANGUAGE. rHE -HAWAIIAN CHINESE NEWS," A WEEKLY X Xrwupaper publlabed In the Chinese lanicuage, is larued every hatarday from the Office of the Company, No. 45 Nnnanu Street. Postcrp. Bill Ileids, Notices, Circulars, Tickets, Programmes. &c Printed qnickly and cheaply. By the Hawaiian Chinese Hews Co. No. 45 Xuuanu Street, Honolulu. Advertisement received at Oftice of the Pacific Cummf.rciai, Advertiser. apr23 diwtf. Elele Foakolu Oaie f Iter llest Advertising 3Iediums lm Ileiw.lsilia. In the Hawaiian Language. OVER 4000 COPIES Published Every Wednesday. 3000 Copies Sent by Mail Every Tuesday to the OTHER ILVTSTDS- Oa Wednesday it U sent to the Outer Districts of This Island. SS f SS ti M O ; I S; ( 1) Charges Very Moderate. All Advertiaments written in Eogllsh translated into the IVt Daiwaiian Free. To insure immediate insertion all Advertisements must be snt id 10 the orllce of publiratioo by 3 o'clock Monday after noon. The 331elc Poalzolu lathe MMt Attractive and lteat Arranged Piper publiahed here in the Hawaiian Unfroait-. A I ha-ireia coatmanicanoD ta be adJresed to F". II. II 4 YSELDEN. .Mams r. and new letter acd orre iponneoceto JOIl (U. .M. S II EI.DO N, Editor aoldicwtf - My Captain- O Cajitaiii '. my Ci;:ai:i : our fearful trip ii done ; The hliip l.as veattcrM every rack, the prize we tonglit : Tlv p'jrt t-xnltiiii sron ; i;?ar. lc;l I Lear, ti.e per'lc all i. iif aaJ -V !- trady keel, the vts.-K-l grira i.at O l;i n r ! lir: heart ! n.i of red, . () the l.Ioedln" .1-- Where ui. i)-.e d-ck my Captain lies, Fallen cold and dead. O Captain! my Captain! rise up bells ! and Lear the Rise uj fur viu the ?!a m flung for vou the bugle trills ; For you bouquet and ribbon'd wreaths for yon the shores a-crowding ; For you they call, the swaying mans, their eager faces turning. ITere, Captain ! dear father ! Thin arm beneath your head ; It is some dream, hat on the deck You're fallen cold and dead. My Captain does not answer his lips are pale and still ; My father does not feel my arm he has no pulse nor will ; The ship is anchor'd safe and sound, its voyage closed and done ; From fearful trip the victor ubip comes in with object won. ' Exult, O shores, and ring, O bells ! But, I with mournful tread. Walk the deck my Captain lies. Fallen cold and dead. Walt Whitman. The P,sionPlay. There Las been a great squable in New York city recently over the proposed public rendition of the Passion Play by Salmi Morse. At tempts have been made to suppress the play by legal procedure, but so far, Morse hns triumphed and after many delays, it is probable that the representation of the play on the stage will have taken place before the arrival of the next mail. Iu order to give our readers some idea of what the Passion Flay really is, we abridge the following from the Century for April, cn the production of the play at Oberam inergau. The representation cannot be con sidered solely a drama, neither in it to be con sidered simply as a historical panorama, pre senting the salient points in the earthly career of Jesus, called Christ. Whatever there may have been in the beginning of theatrical show and diversion and fantastic conceit about it, has been gradually eradicated. The presentation of the scheme of redemption seeks to portray not only the scenes of the life of Jesus' on earth, but typical foreshadowing of it in the Old Testa ment narratives. To this end there are given before each act of the play, tableaux of Old Testament events, supposed to be directly typi cal and intended to be prophetic of the scenes in Christ's life which are depicted in the act follow ing. These are selected with skill and rendered with marvelous effect. For instance, a tableaux of the plotting of Joseph's brethren to sell him into Egypt is given before the act in which the Jewish priests in the full council of the San hedrim, plot the death of Jesus. Last Supper with his Disciples ; the sale of Joseph to the Midianites before the bargain of Judas with the priests' for the betrayal of Jesus ; the death of Abel, and Cain's despair, before the act in which Judas, driven mad by remorse, throws down at the feet of the priests the price of blood,'' and rushes out to hang himself ; Daniel defending himself to Darius, before the act in which Jesus is brought into the presence of Pilate for trial ; the sacrifice of Isaac, before the scourging of Jesus and his crowning with the thorns ; these are a few of the best and most relevant tableaux. The Play is divided into eighteen acts, and covers the time from Christ's entry into Jern saleni.'at the time of his driving the money changers out of the temple, till his ascension. The salient points, both historical and graphic, are admirably chosen for a continuous repre sentation. In the Second Act is seen the High Council of the Jewish Sanhedrim plotting measures for the ruin and death of Jesus. This is followed by His Departure from Bethany, the Last Journey to Jerusalem, the Last Supper, the Final Interview between Judas and the Sanhe drim, the Betrayal in the Garden of Qeth semane. The Performance of the Play up to this point consumes four hours ; and as there is here a natural break in the action, an interval of an hour's rest is taken. It comes none too soon, either to actors or spectators, after so long a strain of unbroken attention and deep emotion. The next Act is the bringing of Jesus before the High Priest Annas: Annas orders him be fore Caiaphas, and this is the ninth act of the Play. Then follow: The Despair of Judas and his Bitter Reproaches to the Sanhedrim, The Interview between Jesus and Pilate, His Ap pearance before Herod, His Scourging and Crowning with Thorns, The Pronouncing of His Death Sentence by Pilate. The Ascent to Gol gotha, the Crucifixion and Burial, The Resur rection and Ascension. The whole lesson of Christ's death, are thus shown, taught, impress ed with a vividness which one mtist be callous not to feel. The quality or ceudition of mind which can remain, to the end, either unmoved or antagonistic is not to be envied. But, setting aside all and every consideration of the moral asiue an anu every cousiuerauon 01 me uiorui quality ot the 1'lay, looking at It simply as a dramatic spectacle, as a matter of acting, of pictorial effects, it is impossible to deny to it a place among the masterly theatrical representa tions of the world. One's natural incredulity as to the possibility of true dramatic skill on the part of comparatively unlettered peasants melts and disappears at sight of the first Act, the entry of Christ into Jerusalem. The Century. True Education- Written for the Pacific Commercial Advertiser All true education is the leading on of j the mind from the known to the unknown. For every fresh advance in knowledge we J require a found t ion of knowledge already theie to build upon In arithmetic, for ex- 1 ample, we lead a child on from the addition ! and subtraction of concrete things, of mar-; bles and of apples, t the addition of abstract 1 numbers, to the conception of mathematical ' relations. So in geography, we lead him j on from the hills and streams and fields that ! surround the schoolhouse, to knowledge of j the streams and mountains that define his j country, and so on till he can grsp the ; great truths of physical and poht cal geo-i grphy. A cnud has tne political knowl edge of many things. The great and all important question is how best to enlarge the youthful idea. A man may beschoo ed and yet not educated. He may hold diplomas as from one or more of our great est institutions of learning and yet be un educated in its true sense. There is not time in our public schools to develop intellect very far. During the school years pupils should give their atten tion to such knowledge as every one must acquire for suecess in after life. They should know that an education should be ob tained so as to enable them to be useful to themselves and to others. But education does not consist in passing through a :ertain number of text books. In arith- ; metic the fundamental rule?, common 1 and decimal fractions should be taught. I In geography about a quarter of what is found in our tpxt books would suffice for any one. Maps are always at hand. Why . burden the mind with details ? Every one I ought to have some knowledge of our gov- . ernment. its use and advance. All should have a knowledge of the human body. All : should be" able to speak and write correctl. j Good morals are essenti-ds. Also industry, j neatness, frugality, carefulness, thoughtful- j ness, pobteness and thoroughness No ! doubt most teachers t?y to impart all tktse, J but the work should not stop here Educa- ' ilon must promote the seeking finding and ; dissemination of all truths. Let us seek, ' find and scatter the proper truths if we ' wi-uld have our boys and girls to become ornaments instead of disgraces, for, ns some j one has poetically said, " Who would not give a trifle to prevent what he would give a thousand to cure ?" Why should we not teach our boys and girls to be proud of a horny hand? Why should we not teach them some useful knowledge whereby tbey may thrive ? As a common rsle we take not one bit of stock in the s-jp?rfluuies We do not, like some people, consider one uneducated under a degree of A.M. or a Norm 1 Diploma. Education of a certain kind it is that causes many bovs and qirls to look down on r er O the artisin or mechanic. Education of the wrong kind it is that causes so many of our 6oy to leave the country, t!ie world as God has :t. t i congngate in the cities, the world s man has it Better f r better, tench a boy more of griculture. moie of mechanics, more of the useful trades than so much stuff. True education then, as we under stand it, is to fit our boys and girls for the great battle of life The truly educated man is the one who, in addition to the knowledge of books, has a perfect knowledge of one or more of the bread-getting occupa tions. He must know the ways of the world, else he is not truly educated. Will such education ever become general ? Yes. some day, but we fear not till Our pupil3 cease from troubling And we teachers are at rest. HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Tomatoes ac Gratin. Dip the tomatoes in hot water, and peel them ; cut them in half, and remove the pips. Rub a baking tin with garlic, butter it, lay the tomatoes m it side by side, and till each half with the following composition: Two parts bread crumbs, one part mushrooms iinely minced, a little parsley chopped fine; pepper nd salt to taste; put a small piece of butter on each. Bake for ten minutes, or fifteen min utes, and serve. Pickled Plcms. Pickled plums should be prepared with sugar nd spices in this proportion : To 71bs. of plums add 2lbs. of sugar, loz. of cinnamon, loz. of cloves, and ene quart of vineg- r. Put the plums in a jar, with first a lyer of plums, then of sugar and spices, and so on until all are in ; he t the vinegar and pour over them. The next day and the day after repeat the operation, driwing the same vinegar ofT, heating it, and pouring it over them again. Let them stand untouched for three days, then put plums and vinegar in a porcelain kettle; let them heat to the boiling point. After that they are ready for use. If canned while hot they will keep well all the winter. A Tirsv Charlotte. One large stale spongecake, one pint sweet rich cream, one cup of sherry wine, half ounce Cooper's gelatine, soaked in a cup of cold water two hours; one teaspoonful vmila or bitter almond extract, three eggs, whites and yolks beaten together but very light ; one pint of milk, one cup of sugar Heat the cream almost to boiling put in the soaked gelatine and half a cup of sugar, and stir until dis solved. Remove from the fire, flavor, and when cool, beat or churn to a standing froth ; cut off the topof the cake in one piece and scoop out the middle leaving the sides and bottom three-quarters of an inch thick. Over the inside of these pour the wine in spoonfulls, that all may be evenly moistened. Fill with the whipped cream, replace the top. which should he moistened with wine, and set in a cold place untill needed. Serve with it, or from around it, a custard made of the eggs, milk, and the other half cup of sugar. MISCELLANEOUS. A good hotel-keeper is a man that one can always put up with. A young parson married against the wishes of his parents, and in telling a friend how to break the news lo them said 'Tell them first that I am dead, and gently work up to the climax.' Those people who want to know why printers call the boy 'the devil' can readily bring themselves to understand it by em ploying a boy for a few days. Let me see,' si id Mr. Struggles, 'Mary isn't engaged yet. Well. I'll have to get another mortgage on this house and give her two more parties right after this annoying Lent!' Percy 'Are you asleep, Rosey : Kosey No, Percy. Why?' Percy 'I'll tell what I wish, Rosey.' Rosey What d u rj ' . r i . i juu wiau, i city : i wiau vvc n.t-1.11 u guusc berry shop and couldn t sell 'em.' 1 A corresponueni writing 10 a yacnting j newspaper, askedWhat is the best thing to j do when a yacht is becalmed 7 ' The reply i WdS, 'Tell a secret to your friend on board. It is sure to get wind.' i 'Heaven lies about us in our infancy,' says trie poet liie lnierence is that as soon as we get big enough to talk we c n be relied on to lie about ourselves. If we do not, our enemies will. 'Ain't that d.-g got fleas?' uneasily queried a woman near whose feet a dog was reaching alter his spine. I think not,' said a small man. 'It looks more like the fleas had got the dog. It is gainst the law to have fun with a boy in New Jersey. A blacksmith asked a little chap to pick up a hot horseshoe for him, and the lad"s blisters'felt a great deal cooler when the jury gave him S200 dam ages. Is there any opening here for an intelli gent writer? ' asked a seedy, red-nosed in dividual of an editor. -Yes my friend,' replied the man of quills; "a considerate carpenter, foreseeing your visit, left an open- inr for vou. Turn the nob to th- right.' 3 r 0 Scene: An Irish Cabin. Pat is ill. Doc tor has just called. 'Well, Pat, have you taken the box of bills 1 sent you f ' 'Yes. sir, bejabers, I have ! but I don't feel any better yet; maybe the lid hasn't come off yet ! ' Maraschino Jelly. To one pint of clari fied syrup add 2ozs. of clarified isinglass, the filtered juice of two lemons, and a gill and a half of genuine maraschino; pour this into a jelly mould ready set in rough ice. The Governor' Now, Tom, this won't do, I come in at 12 and you are net home yet; 1 come in at 1 and still you have not arrived. It is too bad your mother doi't like it." Tom" Never mind, dad, I'll take your part with the old lady." j She said she wanted a ticket to Wyan- j dotte and return, and the pale gentlemanly ' clerk with the dark moustache asked as he took up the pasteboard "Smgle ?' It j ain't any of your business, as I know," she j responded tartly. I might have been j married a dozen times if I'd a felt like pro- j vidin' for some poor shiftless wreck of a , man !" j You may say what you please, but there is luck in horseshoes. A man nailed t one on the fence not long since, and week : afterward his wife, who used to wear out the : furniture on him eloped with a friend to ; whom he was owing S40. so he got rid of j two incumbrances at once. The shoe worn by a tiorse is a wrought ! iron shoe, but when the horse loses the shoe ! from its foot it becomes a cast iron shoe. i A western youth, the guest of his rich city aunt, was present at a fahionille din ner, and when thf elegant little coffee cups, holding about a thimbleful were brought on, he politely replitd. in atiswrr to a waiter's quetion : 'Thank you. I btl eve I wili t ke i a smell.' The CvJiunerci il .lli'tr(i,ii' tells of a g rl in New York who was recently arrest ad i for being disguised as an old woman. If all j the old women who appe r in the disrjuise ' of g:r!s were arrested, the jails would have the app.'irar.re of snrdi t Dr. L iler -utes t!i:it die f t of a cfii d conta us less oleic tcid, but more palmitic and stearic acid than that of adults, besides being richer in the butyric and caproie cids. People who like childn-n f r dinner should , make a note of this People who went from Arkansas to see Mrs Langtry at Memphis are delighted with her beauty. One gentleman who operates a sawmill not lar from Little Rock, in speaking of the fmous beauty. sid: 'She is a magnificent creature, a beautiful wo man. Now, when I say that a woman is good looking, you may buy pools on it. I had always been of fie opi- ion that my wife" was good looking, even though she smokes a cob pipe and wears No. 10 shoes, but Mrs. Langtry can knock the eternal socks off her.' Libouchrre hs pointed oui that the ad ministration of the German Empire is con dueled on more economical principles than that of Great Britain. In England 2.5.000 a year is the salary of the seve leading Cablet Ministers. At Berlin the Chan cellor of the Empire and Prime Min ster receives only SI 4,000, with a house, and an additional S.,OoO a j-ear to keep it in order. The Secretary of State's salary is SI 2,500 with a free house. Prince Bisin ircU's con fidential permanent s cretary get SI 500 year. Thf British Ambassador at Paris re ceives $50,000 a year, and his st ff cost nearly $25,000 additional; but the Ger.nan Ambassador there gets only &y0.00). and their represent. tives in England and Russia receive $37,500, which are the highest salaries paid to any public functionari-s 5y the Imperial Government, except the Governor-General of Alsace-Lorraine, who re ceives St.T.OOo a year. England pavs her i Minister to the Porte. $40 000, and $25,000 1 for the staff Germany pays S'JO.OOOt I At Vienna Engl nd pays $40,000. At Rome it is S35.000 against S2 ,000. A. Pekin $30,000 against Sl5,( 00. and so on xVetr Letter. dvrvtt.sctttrui. fo a PORTABLE OR PERMANENT "R si i lways. . Kl. LKNGTHS. 14 lb. l'KK V I Kl) For .ile tu nrrive fwr Dnk ol Abercoio from l.iTsrp-Mil. Apply to W. I.. GRKKN, or ). W MACFAKLANK & Co. no26 if Agent for John Folr & Co. The Finest Brands OF 3? O C3 O By the la.it arrival from th; ' 'oast. Including all kinds ol ALfO The New Brands PACE'S PRIVATE HORSE SHOE HORSE HEAD For Chewing. MAR0HANT. apr.l wit. THE GREAT FO It 1 Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Soreness of the Chtxt. Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell ings and Sprains, Burns and Scalds, General Bodily Pains, Tooth, Ear end Headache, I'rosted Feet and Ears, and all other Pains and Aches. No preparation on earth rquiln St. Jacob Oil m a raft, turt, simple and cheap Kxien ai Itrme ly. A trial email liut ifce Comparatively trifling outlay nt 5i Cent, and every one differing with pain can hre a ctiea kiid positive proi.f tf its Claims. Direction! in Eleven Language. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEAL ERS IN MEDICINE. A. VOGELER fc CO., Baltim.rt, Md., U. S. A. HOLLISTER & CO., SOLK AGENTS For the Hawaiian Islands. ju24 10 M E Rt II A T S,P H XT E HS , ETC. JAMKS llfN-N. MKRC'II i NT. l,S;OW, (HAWAIIAN CONSUL: I'n'lertakeJ the purchase and slii.m-;iit of all Und of l'-rii isll int lmtii.enll fJ O.U. and aril! h- g al u r.ceivo Order, at rate either tree on roird at shipjiini )' i'l Ko rope, or delireretl ex ship (out with duly f-ir l.mer' a -count) at Ho iolu u Such Order tn ' le accompanied 1 y remittance, payable in Londoo or San Kranclscj ; or lie iv:!i draw ht day ight against confirmed credits from Hcmij'uiu Hanker?, or otherwise, to suit the convenience of buyers. BirlRlNCES : MISERS- WM. G. IK WIN Cn., Honolulu. M'.iS J.S. WAI.KKR, llonoule. THE A (1 R A 11 N K.i.l.irrit"d). I-0 Ion junl,!; r fiy Thirty-two fiircfs all-wool circus goods or n;.lv ll ent per ytir.l n.1 Cuts. J. FlsHEI.'s porci-AR Store. TRADE JMAJUf. y , . .... EST 'JEar At ths Cld ?t3nd, fTr. 8 ira:humaxm Street, , eoppEe a sheet mmi mmm, PLUMBING, in all its brandies; ARTESIAN WEXX PIPE, all sizes; Uncle Sam, Midallii n. iwc'.imond. Tip Tup, Palace. I I. ra. May. t'oiil.st, tiian.l l'liif, New Kival. Ojer. Derby. Wren. Dolly, tiyphV, Queen. Pansy A Army llane, AiH;;na I'harla. Duck, Siq erior. Magnet, Osceola. Almeila. EclipNe, Charter Oak, Nimble. Inwocd A Laundry Sloven. Cialvauiztd JYon .V OopjxT IJoilrrs for Halites, (iraniie Iron Ware. Nic!i M'Uted Si Plaiu. Galvanized Iron Water Pipe, all sizes, and laid on at lowest Hates ; Cast Sz Lead Soil Pipe. Mouse Purnislimg Goods ! ALT. KINDS: EUBBEE HGSE---AXI. SIZES and GRADES Lift and Fore- Pumpx, Cistern Piinipit, Galvanized Iron, Sheet C j;er, Sheet Lend, Lead Pipe. Tin Plaic. Water Closets, Marble Slabs and D.nvb.. Lnaim-led Wush :ihiiJ. Chandeliers, ILamps, JLaiiiemis BROGUE & SPEAR, Manufacturing and Importing Jewelers ! ! 75 FORT STREET, HONOLULU. I.KAVE TO INFORM TIIK I'UIII.IC GKNKItAM.Y THAT TIIKIK S I l K K CONSISTING iS I'AIIT O V COLD AND SILVER SETTS. PINS, RINGS. EAR RINGS, VEST CHAINS, NECKLACES, SCARF PINS, SCARF RINGS, SLEEVE BUTTONS OEfllS A SIEalTEES. WATCHElS, "WxXti3L3CO. zx specialty. Silver Filagree Jewelry, Tasmanian Shell Necklaces in all shades of Color, Silver Plated Ware, American Clocks. VK Wori.il ALSO STATE THAT V K M AMFlCTl'RK ALL KINDS OK old, HZulsux, Shell and other Jcwclrjf ! Watches rfepsxir-ed yy Computont Workmen. DIAMONDS SET IN THE LATEST STYLES. A Specisslity i?3sile itt EvBiraa vinjj of sill kind INCLIDINO OF MONOGRAMS, MODELS, r.OCKKTS, etc. B7- OUDHHS ( ROM TIIK orilKIt IM.IMIN WILL KKCDIVI! oL'lt IMtOMI'T A TTKXT ION. Every Article Guaranteed as represented, or Money Refunded 75 FORT no28 lyr GENTS' F .v rr XT) cm i tr Gr- ENG-LING & CO., 5 Nimann Street, Honolulu, H. I. AGENTS FOU THE 14 Superior" Stove DeHler,j 1,4 anltJ wly TELEPHONE Sll. o . - STREET, Ctp.lir l)illi((iHni ti Co. I' UMJl II. Wf I I 000DS, Stoves and Ranges. KVEHY DESCRIPTION OF SHEET METAL WARE On Hand or Mtde to Oder. Tinnine, Plnmliiiii, Guttering, Etc. t'ontrctel for. Water Pipe and Fittings, ALL BIZES. Sole ABenU in these I.land, tor the 6 Montague 9 Rango All Size, m ctrk . r,rniUrBd prt " ' ' " mi ii ' t Is S1 I i I f 0- : ! 1 ' rllAiWl-' ;4 3f "tff'Mfttf..