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m . t-. M. MCINERMY, . Importer and Dealer In Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Tucket Cutlory, etc., etc. Gents9 Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Traveling Hag, Witches, Diamonds, Jewolery and Silver-ware, etc. NorthcaRt Comer of Fort and Merchant sts., Honolulu. AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT Can always he found ' Full Linos of Superior Furnishing Goods, CST Call and Select ono of thoso Colobrated a Gold Medal Waltham Watches May 12 (33) OBJiBfMiHJMjffiajiNiUJiUPJiIlfiH Bruce Cartwrlght. W. Union Feed Company CARRIES THE Largest and Best Stock -ov- HAY, GRAIN AND FEED Of All description, and guarantees to keep a full supply constantly oil 'hand. r,? 2gTSorul orders to Dr. Do Fries, Veterinary Surgeon. The Doctor has! just returned from a tour around tho Islands, and holds flat- ti.ft.wv vswmmmitrwffitinnu f mm nnmfiroilK munugerh and private owners' of horses lor ma skiu aim cnpaimiucs iu uunug all manner of diseabes and complalftta 411 ti.ww. All orders to he left at J. A. Palmer & Go's Drug Store, Honolulu. no lm JAMES H. HANLON General Blacksmith AKD- ; . Farrier. Is now permanently located at the shop on King street, lately occupied by Mr. G. West. 112 JOHN NOTT, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker, Plumber, Gas Fitter, &c. Stoves and Banges of all kinds. , Plumbers' stock and metals, House Furnishing Goods, 77 Chandeliers, Lamps, &c. Only Fifty Ctn. j)er Pound fi-VANBLLA-a Chooolate Creams ! This delicious and very nutritious Confection Is manufactured fresh every week by IP. IICWRTV, Practical Confcctlonor and Pastrycook t Warranted to be Strictly Piure! For huIc at his Pioneer Steam Candy Manufactory, 71 Hotel street, lit! Honolulu. 2m $10.00 Reward Will be paid for information that will lead to the conviction of whoever maliciously cut the tail feathers off, and plucked the back and breast feathera out of a Peacock belonging to me. A further reward of 810 will be paid for information leading lo the conviction of whoever stole :i lVachioks about a month old, belonging to me, from Pawaa on Wednesday the 24th ulto. Gko. II. Luce. Pawaa, Little Britain, June 'J, 1882 M. McIXEHNY. S. Luco. A. W. Bush. A. W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu. Just Received Per D. C. Murray A new lot of cloth backed Drawing Paper. 3G, 42, and 58 inches wide : Tracing paper iu sheets, Triangles and Color Slants Dixon's Drawing Pencil's, Blank Books, Fools Cap Thumb Tacks, and a fine assortment of Notarial Record Books, Supreme Court Scrap Books, Register of Actions. Stock Wallets, or Bill Cases, &c., Rc.,&c.,&c. ' J. W. Robertson & Go. rpiIE BEST SUSPENDER J- WfiDN Is llm ' ARGOSY SUSPENDER, For sale at A. W. Richardson's, 26 Just Received ex Kalakaua, Table and Pic Fruits, Nice Ilrnnkfnnt. fSnnria. kiipVi no Candle Flbh, Salmon and VlirVnrlc In fllh. Tine Sultadle for families. For sale by OG A. S. Cixohokn Co. FOR SALE TWENTY GOOD Californian Mules ! Expected per Lady Lampson. 58 Apply to C. Brewer i, Co. life 7rat I'flRJiJ'tl the aitii Hgisttefitt, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1882. What a Shark Swallowed. Tho following letter, written by one of tho otllccrs on the British bark " Lutterworth, : Whilo the "Lutterworth" was lying becalmed in tho tropics, a large shark was ob served swimming around the ship. A large hook with chain attached was baited witli a four-pound piece of pork. Tho shark mado for it and bolted it. In hauling him up the chain parted, and ho coolly swal lowed the hook, chain and pork. Another hook was then baited which he instantly seized, biting a three inch rope in twain, and also swallow ing it with another four pound piece of pork. Another hook was then baited w.ith a similar picccof pork, and with this the shark was caught and landed on our main deck. All hands cleared from him for he was in a terrible flutter. His tail was cut off with tho carpenter's axe, which quieted Mm a little.' Some said it was not the same shark we had hooked before. He was cut open, when we found the two large shark-hooks, chain and rope snugly coiled away, with eight pounds of pork, in his locker. It seems almost incredible, but ail hands aro witness to it. A Romantic Quest. A London hospital surgeon relates an incident which furnishes ample food for the fancy of novelist or playwright: A well-dressed, lady like woman, speaking with a French accent, requested a private inter view on a delicate subject. She stated that a young woman, a rela tive of hers, was entitled to some property if she were married, but would lose it if she remained single. Having no one in her eye, she was desirous of mnrrying any dying manf so that, having been legally united to him, she might obtain her property, without, at tho same time, being saddled with a husband. Hav ing failed in their efforts to accom plish this matter in Paris, they had come on a pilgrimage to London in search of a complacent moribund. The aforesaid house-surgeon w.as. re quested to find a suitable dying man, and if he were a widower with child ren, they offered to make a provision for them. The gentleman consulted declined to be a party to such a pro ceeding, but I conceive that a Bearch among the poorer parts of London, or anv larcre town, would sneftrlilvlin rewarded with success. Only it would be terribly awkward if the lhckenng lamp of tho bridegroom, instead of being extinguished, were to Mare up again ana burn steadily. For Sale, 1 Fine Jump-seat Rookaway, nearly new and In perfect order, suit able for tatnily or hack business. 1 Large Furniture Express Wagon, has jiibt been thoroughly overhauled and paiuted. 1 two-seated Spring "Wagon, sound and In pcrfoct running order. I Light Road Sulky, has been used but very little, and is lu perfect order. ' Also a few sets of New Single Harness. Apply at C. E. Williams; Furniture Warerooms, 111 Fort street. 97 2w Just Received, Per bktnc Enreka, a full line of BYCICLE SHIRTS Silk, merino and cotton. Pajama Suits, Etc. 01 A. W. Richardson & co. Drink Palmer & C.o'a GINGER ALE 75 cents per dozen. 43 DILLINGHAM & CO. Importers and Dealers lu Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &o. Have made large additions to their stock of goods To wldch they Invito tho attention of buyers. Simple and cheap devices for holding Tubular Lanterns underneath tho'body of a carriage, for the purpose of Illuminating the roadway. Tho "Warner" Tubular Lantern Holder. WySftE' CWI All styles of Tubular Lanterns. New styles of Plows, A full line of Tinware, and many numerous Call and examine our stock, DILLINGHAM & CO., Fort Street. 125 J. T. Waterhouse Has just received, es Atalanta, A FINE STOCK OP GOODS Consisting in part of Prints, French Merinos, Hats, Gaps, Perfumery, Saddlery, Hardware, Paints, Oils, Crockeryware, etc., etc. WILDER & CO., Importers and dcalors in Lumber and Building Materials of all kinds. Also,' in stock, Paint and whitewash brushes. Metallic and other paints, Glass, paint oil, Doors, sashes, blinds, &c, &c, &c, For sale in quantities' to suit 71 at low prices J. W. ROBERTSON & CO., Subscription Department Wo aro prepared to recoivo further orders for any paper or magazino published in California, tho Eastern States, Canada and Europe." At the present time wo recoivo by every mail over one hundred and fifty different papers and magazines, published iu tho English, French, German and Scandinavian languages, for our subscribers. As our subscription list is large, we are enabled to furnish the poSDer The "Coulter." Harrows, Cultivators, &c., &c. Novelties, new so this market, too to mention. FIRE WOOD ! First quality of best fire wood For Sale Cheap! Eithor In cord wood or cut and split to order. $ All wood delivered to any part of tho city without extra charge. Send orders to Enterprise Planing Mills, 71 lZTFort street. CORDAGE . Just received ex Faroes) Abbey, 1200 Coils of -Manila and Sisal Hope, all sizes. For sale Jow by 92 2m A. W. Pelrco & Co. at a low rate of subscription. .