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Pacific
Commercial
Adyertiser.
VOLUME 3.
NO. 211
HONOLULU;- HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, I8S5
PRICE 10 CENTS.
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THE DAILY PACIFIC
COMMERCIAL AD7ERIISEB." :
IS PUBLISHED
Every Morning Except Sundays, j
SCfliCRIPTIOXS !
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Dally P C. Advertiser, 1 year, (Casa ..t oo 1
Dally P. C. Advertiser, 6 months, (.Cash; 5 GO j
Daily P. C. Advertiser, 1 week, fCaah) ..... 25 i
Weekly P. C. Advertiser. 1 rear. fCash-, 5 CO
Foreign Subscription W. P,
postage) ....
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(Including
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FALLTT3 A. MILE.
Propping Like a
vt
Clouds to the ifa.
A. Startling Adventure f n a i
TIsandIcr and Gower's 'i'rip
from Antenll Timely
Precaution.
Pari3 News.
Very recently a startling experience of
Jlessra Gaston Tissandier and Frederick
Cower, husband of Nordica, the American
prima donna, showed that the practical
dangers of ballooning are ' still far from
being surmounted however well actual
disasters may be avoided by coolness and
skill. These two gentlemen ascended
from the Tissandier establishment at
A.utcuil about 1 o'clock, to continue a
series of scientific experiments upon cer
tain theories advanced by M. Gower.
They sailed slowly across Paris to the
southeast at a hight of about 1,500 feet,
and disappeared in the direction of Vin- I
cennes. In answer to the inquiry of a
Morning News representative M. Gower
relates what befell the voyage afterward.
44 "We were at a hight of 6,000 feet above
the village of Fontenay, A fete was
going on there, and the faint echo of j
drums, mingled with the cries of children j
and the barking of dogs, just reached our !
ears amid all the awfui silence of tho
heavens. We were among the clouds of
the lower stratum, and had before our
eyes the magnificent spectacle ' of their
formation. The forces of nature moved
them to and fro in a kind of sullen
majesty, now piling them into a mountain
just above our heads, and then, as the
mass toppled to its fall, dispersing it sud
denly, as by a blow from the hammer of
Borne invisible Titan, making , rifts
through which wo saw the fair green
lands, and then quickly closing them, as
the vaporous monsters rolled into fresh
combinations. It wa3 the inner temple of
creative power, perhaps the grandest
sight revealed to human eyes, and wo
stood entranced in silent admiration.
" "Suddenly we felt a breath of cold and
biting air, as though the world had re
volved beneath us and brought us over the
pole. At the same moment, the needle
upon a vertical scale (from which I had
been rending indications of level) began to
travel with a startling speed. A sound
like the roar of surf filled our cars for aa
instant, and then gave place to the noise
of the fete, which had now swelled into a
cry, as it seemed, from every living thing
below. Tissandier thrray out sand, and
the sand flew up in our laces. Our breath
came short and hard, and we felt the rush
ing air as on a steamer against the vind.
We were falling, suddenly, as though the
gteat globe aboe our heads had give
way I Yet nothing visible had happened,
save that the under surface of the envelope
had all at once grown hollow and wrinkled,
like the face of an aged man. The clouds
' were gone, as by magic, and the ea ih wa
rushing at us, with its thousand voices in
full cry. Tissandier stood cool and firm,
dealing out ballast with steady hand and
counting the bags that remained.
" 'Stand by the anchor,' he said, quietly.
as if at his study-table, 'and be ready to
cut away when I tell you.'
"Down we vent; the drag-rope touched
the earth trailed across the fields, with
scarcely perceptible difference in our f alL
The ground seemed alive with men hurry
ing from every side, with here and there a
: horseman among them. A meadow was
just beneath, and a quick glance beyond
6howed the edge of a forest. The Walloon
trembled as from a blow, and our speed
across the field was suddenly doubled.
We had fallen into a squalL
"'Cut aay, said the steady voice of
the aeronaut, and the anchor felL Over
went a bag of ballast, too, and thus sud
denly lightened by thirty pounds the bal
loon regained its poise at fifty feet above
the ground, and our fall of a mile through
the air was safely ended.
"Never was sound precept more quickly
followed by practical illustration. Less
than an hour before Tissandier had been
dwelling upon the need of reserving bal
last as a precaution. 'There are in the
air,' said he, 'occasional rarefactions into
which a balloon can fall without the
slightest warning. When you are near
the ground it does not much matter. But
no prudent aeronaut, at a height of
1,000 metres or more, will allow his ballast
to become even nearly exhausted.' And
this was precisely what our own case
showed so shortly afterward. We en
countered a partial vacuum, a veritable pit
in the air, where the lifting-power of gas
suddenly fell to almost nothing. Air was,
of course, on the way from some area of
a greater density to restore the normal
Sressure, and of this we had ample evi
ence upon reaching the ground. Tho
anchor struck the soft earth in the most
f avorablo ' position, buried half its flukes
in the soil, and was snatched out with
scarcely an effort by " tbe flying car.
Again and again the heavy iron bounded
fifty '. fct into the air, and it was only
When a score of stout laborers had laid
hold of the drag rope (at cost of a few
tumbles) that the gambols of cur playful
monster were brought to an end. And
then Tissandier, while obliging hands
folded and packed the balloon, produced a
note-book and his map, and calmly com
pleted his record of the excursion. "
A Cnrlons Experiment.
San Francisco Chronicle.
A physician in this city, whose imagina
tion naa been excited by the recent use of
the tuning-fork by German practitioners
in cr-es of neuralgia, has been experiment
ing with that instrument on the ears of
persons congenitally deaf, and finds that
the vibrations are evidently appreciated
by the rudimentary auditory nerve of the
deaf-mute almost as acutely asbyjhe
perfect car.
"'Me deali boy, do you knaw I ve got 8
Kaactltr fcAA "
I
-How did you catch it. old fellah?" ukvi jewelry.
"Lavrst evening I drank a glaws3 of ; And fine diamond setting a specialty.
wine, don't you know, and I sat too neab
thewaUah when he opened tho bottle, n kinfls of jeweiry mil(c to order and re
dout yOU knaw. Tho dwaft C.USed by paired. Watches carefully repaired and war-
S cork flvin"" thrOUCh the air Was tea i ranttl. Gen ?ral enirr aving and fancy monogram
lTiZ,K J?t-rTo neatly execnted. AU done at moderate prices.
Xtosinens. (Cards.
MAOFAELANE & CO-,
TYTJIOI.ESAI.E DEALKKS AMl F.X
ral Jobbers In WINEo and LIOCOR-i,
Xo. 13 Kaabumanu Street.
hokoluxt:. m-tf
H. HAOKFELD & CO.,
fTIENER At, COH.HISSIOX AGEJfTS
m
100 tf
jueen be, Honolulu, U.I.
ED. HOFFSOHLAEGER & CO.,
Importers & Commission Merchants.
Wueen Street, Honolulu, H. I. JOti-tf
A. S. CLEGHOEN & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale nut Retail
Dealers In
Ceneral Merchandise,
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu sts. 107-tl
W. AUSTIN WHITING.
ttorncy and Connqellor at J-aw .
Agent lo Take Acknowledgments to Instru
rnents lor the Island of Oahn. Ho. Kaahumanu
."street. Honolulu, II. I. 108-tf
CLAUA ."FRKCKKLS TM. O. IRWIS
WM. G. IRWIN & Co.,
V&AK I' ACTORS and (ommisloii
O A OI-. NTS. Honolulu, 11. I. lui-tfwtf
TH0S. J. HAYSELDEN,
A uetloneer, Kohala, Hawaii. Sale
of Heal Kstate, uoods and I'roperty of every
lescription attended to. Commissions moderate.
O-JU-wtf
JOHN RUSSELL,
tforney at I.iih.
No. -12 MERCHANT STREET, NEAR i'OBT ST,
it. n-v
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Men's t'urn'.s j-
iiig and fancy Goods. No. 11 Kaahumanu (Street,
Honolulu, H. I. iOJtf-wtf
sTjTleveyToo "
G roeer.s and Provision Dealer.
T Family Grocery and Feed Store.
Orders entrusted to us from the other island will
b promptly attended to. 52 Fort St., Honolulu .
' lO.jtf-wtf
K. CHAN. ri,L,
PHYSICIAN asi) SCTiGEON,
Cor. Nuuarui Ave & Kukui St.
Oflico Hours from 8 to 10; 12 to 2, and 5 to 7.
Telephone . 373. 232felb
Dr. E. Cook Webb,
Residence arid Office, cor Richards & Bvretunia St
Special Attention given to Diseases of ths
Kidneys and Urinary Organs.
Offick Hours:
8 to 10, ")
2 to 4, V
7 to s. J
Telephone No. 3.
21 tf
A. 0. ELLIS & CO.,
RE X. ESX ATE,
STOCli. AJitt MO:!'; 1IKOKKKS,
Oflico, No.
Campbell Block,
273 tf
Merchant St.
J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co.,
STATIONERS & NEWS DEALERS,
Hawaiian Gazette Block.
27 Merchant St., Honolulu. II. I.
03 tf
J. M. M0NSARRAT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
' AND 1
NOTARY PUBLIC.
i eal Kslate In any part ol the Kinsr-
il, dom Bought, Sold and Leused on Commission
.oans Negotiated and Legal Dopunients Drawn.
o. 27 MEIM'HAXT STREET,
Gazette Block, Honolulu. 109-tf
FRANK GERTZ.
. I?
importer ana Manniacinrer jj
Of all Descriptions of
3QOTS & SHOES
lyOrders from the other Islands solicited.
o. 114 Fort St., Honolulu.
lU-lfwtf
4. LION. Z.. J. LKTET.
LYONS & LEVEY,
.-V-iictioneers
AND
General Commission Merchantsf
Beaver Block, Queen St., Honolulu.
pities ofFnrnitiire. Stock. Real Estate
O and General Merchandise properly attended to
Sole AentH lor:
inpsan & Enrujean Merchandise.
Ho-t wtf
THOMAS LINDSAY
Manufacturing Jeweler,
Xo. CO iii(iiiii Street.
(Opposite Hollister & Co
Ilonolnlu, If. I.
Particular attention paid to repairing.
12 nr
f. M. HESIKS. JOS. IICBASH
Ilanaiian Jewelry Factory,
No. F0 Hotel Street, Honolulu, II. I.
-Til THE LADIES-
I CHI BAR!.
We beg to inform our friends and customers that
wss have been appointed Sole Agents for
this well known arm, and have much
pleasure ta tnvliin? Inspection
of ocr large and varied
assortment of
Japanese Goods,
JI.HT IMPORTED.
Comprising the following
EJIIJHOIDERED SILK SCEEEXS
Of the most beautiful colors, and of astonishing
beauty and finish.
. BED: SPREADS .
AND '
TABLE COVERS,
Embroidered In Silk by Japanese
A LARGE VAP.IETY OF
"XT & 3E3 &
Of the linest porcelain, reniarkablo lor uniqueness
ia color and shape.
ALSO'
JPorcelalu Figure, Japanese Tea Sets
Or the Finest China.
Tete-a-Tete Sc,
Ilntter Dishes.
Al Receivers,
Silk Lanterns.
Silk Embroidered Kimonos,
Easels.
Carved VTooueu Cabitref.i.
Hand Screens,
Trays,
Wall Pockets,
Parasols,
Paper 9Iats,
Fans,
Photographs
Of Japanesq scenery, colored and plain.
A Earjce Selection of
Japanese Bronze Jewelry,
, CONSISTING 0
Sleeve Rut tons,'
Chains,'
Scarf Pins, Ac, Ac.
Also a variety of goods suitable for house decor
ation.
G. W. MACFARLAKE & CO.
' lis tf
Mirrlees, Watson & Co's
Sugrar Machinery.
WE HAVE ON HAND
One Triple Effect,
One Double Effect,
One Set of Four Centrifugal.
Engine and Mixer,
Spare Spindles, bushes, Ac., lor
Centrifugals,
One 26Jux5Iin Mill, with engine, jirear
ingr, Cane nu:l Meg-asi Carriers
Complete,
Ojie Spare Roller 26in.x51iii.
One Sparc Intermediate Wheel lor
tirariiijf of 26iu.x5 iin. Mill.
One 6in.xl2in. Diagonal Engfiue,
One pair Compound Coiiers.UxHM I in.
and 13H.8ii.
We have to arrive per Varuna.' in August,
N '
A set of two Centrifugals and Mixer.
One Centrifugal and 9iixer for adding:
to existing set of Machines.
Centrifugal Linings, ilubbers, Belting and
Sugar-carrying Bauds and IlolleiB, Clar
itiers, Crab Winches, Drilling Ma
chines, ..Fiat Coolers, Tilting
Coolers, Cooler Wagons,
Filter Presses,
Cane Top Cutters.
Chain 'Blocks to . lift
10. ' 207 30 ' and 0 cvrt.
Glass Saccharometers graduated
from 0s to 15 and from 15 to 30 Eaume
Vacuum and Pressure Gauges, Ther
mometers for Vacuum Pans, Hand Ther
mometers, liubbvr Valves for Vacuum
Pumps, Hammers and Filets.
Estimates Given for Ma
chinery not in Stock.
G. W. Macfarlane & Co.
Agents for Mirrlees, Watson & Co, Glasgow
117-tf
John fowler & Co's.
PORTABLE TRAMWAYS
AND
Permanent Railraods
- lO, 11. and 18 lb. Kail.
Locomotives, Cars, Ties,
Spares. Duplicates and Tools.
' FOlt SALE BY
G. W. Macfarlane & Co.
Agents for John Fowler A. Co., Leeds.
..113-tX
NOTICE.
rpHE ANNUAL MEETING OK THE SHARE.
X boldersof the PuuloaSheepand Stock Hanch
Company will be ht-ld at noon of the syth of De
cember at the counting room of G. W. Macfarlane
it Co., Honolulu.
J. UOBIHNS, Secretary.
Honolulu, Dec. 23, 1SS1. 3Z9 deSo
Sioiiey to Loan
ON GOOD PROPERTY SECURITY, HTOCKa
Bonds, etc. Apply to
M. THOMPSON',
Attorney-at-Law,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.. Honolulu, H.I.
235tl
SECTIOXAI, MAP OF
noxo,ri.r.
WATER-PIPES,
o no WIN 3
BUILDINGS,
O Lamp-posts, Hydrants, etc., on a large scale
All part? drawn accurately I o seal.
Copies tor sale by
M. D. VONSARRAT,
330 dwtf "Gntetf"'' Enildlng.
mi
1
G TV. HLVCFAELAXE & Co.,
Have received from London a ape
ciel ponMlmnent, wbicb la now oa rlw, cf
LONDON MAUa :
Diamond Jewelrv
OF THE
Xewest and Jlosst Recbercbe Pattern,
consisting of
Diamond. Dnby Emerald, Sapphire.
Pearl, and Other Vera .lug.
BREA4TPIN3, BANGLEy rnd other Ornaments
all mounted in fine gold
Also a splendid assortment of
GOLD WATCHES,
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
Including some line Minute Kp.-atera and Cliro-
nograpna, in neary ls-carat goia case ; some
Beautifully Enameled Watches, in hunting cased.
or Ladles, and anassortruent of fine
Silver W atch.es.
Also, a very beautiful assortment of blLVEK
JEWELRY, of specially new design and make.
OdS"The -hole coustgnment will be placed at
CEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES. 127tf-
Pantlieon Stables,
Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
LIVERY, B0AEDING,
AND SALE STABLES.
Carriages for hire at ail hours of tbe a:-y or
night; Hlto, conveyances of all kinds for parties
going around the Island.
Excellent Nail die Horte for fjAdies
and Geutleiueu. Guaranteed Cleutle.
Carria; Xos. 3, 24. 40, 47, 48, 49,
50, 51, 53 a ud 53.
Double and single teams always to be had on
liverj- at the most reasonable rates.
Large and s.nall omnibus for picnics and excur
sion parties, carrying from 10 to 40 passengers, can
always be secured by special arrangements.
Omnibus time tables can be obtained oy apply
ing at the office.
The IjOjij Branch Bathing House
can always be seeured for picnic or excursion
parties by applying at the office.
Corner Fort and Hotel Street.
Telephone No. 31.
JAS. D0DD, Proprietor.
152tf
CREAM CANDIES
ir. 3EoJLneiaii.V9
Importer &. Home Aranuiulucrurer o
CASDIEii OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
No. 112 Fort St., Just above Hotel St.
Has just made large additions to his establishment
ana is now orepared to furnish to the trade,
the Honolulu public, and residents on the
other Islands, the very tin est of
U03IC3MUK ii lilP.HilKI 4.NDIKS,
Of ali descriptions at very reduced Prices.
Receives Fresh Candies by every arrival. He
Guarantees the purity of his goods. The CREAM
CANDIES are a speciality with him, and are
a specially with him, and are made by the best
manufacturers in California, and received fresh by
every steamer. .
5o3L, Water,
And all Kinds of ICED DRINKS.
The best Ice Cream in the City.
t he best brand of choice CIMAKS always on hand
112-tf
ALVIN 11. KASE31AN,
BOuK BINDER,
Paper ltnler and Blank Book
Manulaeturer.
Bookbinding of all descriptions nearly-and
promptly executed, and at reasonable charge.
Gazette Building:,
134 tf MERCHANT STREET.
A NEW DEPAKTUitE.
M1
form his friends and the public generally
that he has opened a
Depot at No. 77 King St.,
FOR THE SALE OF
HAY & GRAIN,
As well as all kinds of FEED FOR FOWLS, etc.
In LAR3E and SilAIL quantith-s,
as may be required.
Telephone So. 354.
311 Janll-wjanS
W. HlXGLKT. GEO. 'WOOD.
J. V7. HINGEEY fc CO.
Mpnufacturers of
HAVANA CIGAKS,
Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Tobacco. Cisirettes & Smoiers' Articles
TRY OUR
Home Manufactured Cigars.
Xo. 59 Fort St.. In Campbell' New
Fireproof Brtlding'. and No.
7H Hotel Steeet.
honolvlu, n.r. m-wtt
DIAMOND
JEWEL
H.ljtrthrmrnts.
Hawaiian Caniap MTg Co.,
JUST RECEIVED
Second Growth Ash & Oak,
A UST LOT OF
For Sale at Lowest Market Rate.
Also, a complete Stock of
Carriage & Wagon Material
Constantly kept cn band, and for sale.
153-tf
TEZXPHOXE 55.
PNTERPRIS
PLANING- MILL.
3
!
Alakea. near Queen St.
-C. J. HARDEE. Proprietor.
Contracting & Biiildiiir.
MOULDINGS AND FINISH
ALWAiS ON HAND
FOR SALE Hard and Soft Stovewood, Cat
and Split.
Ila-tf
LAINE &, OO.
Have a Ijrge stock ot the
VERY BEST HAY,
Grain, Stc,
Which is offered at LOWEST MA tiKET PRICES
AND
Delivered Free to tiny part cf the City
AGENTS FOR THE
Pacific Mutual Lifs Insarancj Co
OF CALIFORNIA.
Agents for the Hoover Telephone.
Commissioner of Deeds for California
Telephone No Ua 111-tf
A FRESH LOT
OF THAT
MA.DISIRA
WICKER WORK,
"Etc., Etc.,
JUST RECEIVED
EX 'BORDEAUX.
31. A. G0NSALVE3 & CO.
57 IIOI'EI. STREET.
96
CH0 WING & CO.,
2t. 81 Nonauu Hvveet,
Crockery, Glassware,
AN1
O II I 2ST .A. ,
Now offer for sale at Rea sonable Rates a choice
variety of
Tea Sets, Va393, Plower
Pots, Birds, Banyan Trees.
New and Beautiful Articles of the most Delicate
Workmanship Just Received from Japan.
1. O. BOX 259, Honolulu. 257 Jal 1
Christmas Number
OF THE
T7w7" A d T3 7
A Grand ana Ilealistie Picture
of the Burning;
Lake of Kilauea,
BY JULES TA VERNIER.
CHRISTMAS
In
Snnsaine and St
ow
COLORED FRONTISPIECE
FULL PAGE ILLUSTRATION OF
CHRISTMAS FOLLIES.
Copies of the above will be received by the S. S,
Mariposa. Orders to be left with
J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co.,
ducdiscmcnts.
G. J. WALLEK,
BUTCHER,
TO THE rno5T,
A GREAT BOON TO THE
Honolulu. 3?ublic !
Beef, Teal, Mutton, Pork and Fimh
kept tor FOUR DAYS after being killed, by Bell
Colemaa's Patent Dry Air Refrigerator. Guaran
teed to keep longer after delivery than
rnE.HH killed meats.
ffarTo b had In any of Mr. Waller's Markets.
Metropolitan Market,
On Kluff Street.
ACHAT FOR SALE ALL DAY".
City Market.
On Xanana St.
Hotel Street Market.
On Hotel Street.
Eureka Market.
At Fish Market.
Hawaiian Market.
On Manuakea St.
Chinese Market,
On Sleek Street.
BEEF AND PORK.
&4rThnkiiig the public for past favors, I eo
liclt a continuation of the same.
14 S tf G. J. WALLEK.
ONTARIO"
S-X4L, IDTJCIS.
IVli:VlL,L,E & CO.,
OEE AUEXTM.
SAN FRANCISCO
MADE FROM AI BAMA BOTTOM COTTON,
FREE SIZIXtt
AND NOT LIABLE TO MOULD.
WARRANTED
Tbe Best and mot n-urable Sail IMiek
IN THE WORLD.
For Sale in Honolulu.
GANDY'S PATENT
Made from the Very Best
Hard Wove Cotton Duck.
JSEY1LLE & CO.,
NOLE AOEXTS,
SAN FRANCISCO.
- - THE BEST
DRIVJnIC 3 z LT,
Xeitber Heat or nmnpuvm au'ectv
them.
Tlaey lo not Streten.
.Stronger tkaa Leatbcr,
Better ttiau Itubber,
WILL OUl'LAbl UUlil.
For Sale in Honolulu.
Jao-tf tuyj
J. J. WILLIAMS
No. 102 FOI6T STKEF.T,
Leading PiBftOTiGr 'of Honololn.
WORK FINISHEU IN
Water Color, Crayon.
India Ink, or Oil,
I'hoto. Colored, Ae.
The only Complete Collection of
Iiland Views
Tarn, Shells,
Curiosities, &c.
CHARGES MODtRATE.
BEAVER SALOON.
no. 7 roar stkekt.
Opposite Wilder fe Co.'s(
Hi. JT. Nolte, Propr.
oricx rou t a. m. till io p. m.
FIItST-CLA.yS LlXtUKS, tOFFEK,
TEA, SOai WATEK, GI.GKC ALE,
CifZiir? ixxid. Tobaccos
OF BEST BRANDS
Plain and Fancy IHES personally selected from
the Manufacturers, and a Large Variety
of BEST QUALITY
SI1 OILERS' ARTICLES.
Lovers of BILLLARDS will lind an Elegant
on the Premium.
Tho 1'ioprie tor would he pleased to receive a cal
ora his Friends and the Public generally,
who may desire a
LUNCH. A SMOKE. OB A (JAJIE OF
nll.MAKItS.
THE 'CASINO
AT THE PAHI
IS OPEN EVEEY DAY.
WPThe only HeaSlde Itesort In the
U Inffdoni.
II. J. NOLTE,
f.2-tf
St. Matthew's Hall.
SAX MATEO, CALI10XNIA.
A SCHOOL I OB BUTM."
UNIEl:ptf lLITArfc DlfiClrLrNK.
Located In tbe fceaoilrol rlllfrt cf fce Jfatoo.
on th 8ontbern l aclfic R. R .21 fcUes itcia Sn
Jrancb-ro. EMblthrd in l6. Krumet. i,
tructor of repoutlt.n and ability. 1 h lnii4ioM
re eitenslve, re heated by .team, atd are in
every way trrartred lor th braltb nnd udert ef
the carets. 1 rlidty S. wlon bnn July 14, aid the
Easter Session will c n.m. cci Jaruary t, iu.
For further InformaUoD and catalocue, juat eut.
add res
... - .
RET. ALFRED LEE BREWER, M. A.
136 Ja24 8&-wJa27 H8 fdtat
riis co .
Queen f Ediiilinrrih Street,
WHOLESALE tlkTAIt.
Dealers In "
IIAY AMD 41KAIN.
Telephone No. 175.
Goods delivered promptly.
Inlaud Order KoIIelteiU
lif
Stallions at Marsicll !
JO
Bazaar."
(Thoroughbred. i
By Jack Malone, be by Lexlngtoa. Jot tfaan
Ivy Lea , by Imported Australian; 2nd ddm. Say
Flower, y Lexinfrton; rd rtnro, By Leal, by Ici
ported Yorkshire; 4th dam, Imported MarU Black,
by Philo daPutah, etc etc.
Bar.aar was bred at the gTeat Woodliurti Farni.
near Lezieirton, Ky, by the lute It. A. Alexander,
and was Hold to W. L. Prltchard, of Sacrament,
Cal., for (5.000. He stands I5M hands, weighs
1.0&5 Urn. and la a bright cheatuut color. Jurius
bis racing career he downed many a favorite, au4
won many a batful of o-.oney tor his owners, a"
proved himself one of the great t of horcs ever a
a distance, moat of his ritces belnf at two .nd four '
miles. He has already sired severnl eoiU In Call .
forr.iu that are winners amonfr which are UztJ.
Dunbar, Younff P.aaaar, Sophia, and another
called the Bazaar Minerva colt, be beicif; out
Minerva by Imported Leamington, tbe sire of
Parole and Iroquois. Lfszie Dunhar treaUy tils
tiiijrulshed herself last year In her two year old
form by defcathia one ol tbe largest fields of two.
year olds that ever started in California, amous
which were the two hexutlitil Allies brou 2) t hers
lHHt spring by Mr. Aguew, (lintaace, H ml in; tie,
1.o4eI the fastest on record for two-year lds at
tbe distance. This year she bas won. sevtra :ra
portunt events, and has provi-d herself to be a
crack three-year-old. 1
Bazaiir has no" been brought back to Honolulu,
and will remain here tbe balance of this j car, and
breeders, horse owners, and stock raisers shoals'
avail thfiiiselves of the opportunity to otcain his
services while they have the ebence. Term,
$iO. Payaolo at time of serhc.
The Imported Clydesdale Stallion DON A JLI
DINNIK, Jr., will stand at the same time and
place at H&O for tbe season. He was bred in
Canada, sired by Imported fionnld IMiinle, and out
of an imported Clydeslale nare. He la a beauti
ful dapple grey, 18 bunds high, uad weighs Hi0
lbs; Is very active, and as ttue a large horse as
could be found anywhere.
Also, the fine large Imported KetaucVy Jwct
NA9I1S4N. This Is one of the large Jacks
thut we could Hud In California, and M aa ajilmal
of immense bone: Is a very sure brenier, and
should be liberally patroniz.- d as be Is con t-f tb
the very best unimals cf Lis kind. Tei titm, S20
for the season. . " ' . v
The public are cordially Invited t. call and in-
pect the above animals. '
9fII.CN BSIOH.
Proprietors.
Marsh field. Sept. 15. 1M. l&C-tf
"ELITE 99
Ice Cream Parlors.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED, HA VINO JUR
X chased the above well-known rtsort, ;ako
pleasure in informing tbelr patrons and ths puhli.
generally that Uiey intend to susuUm tb high
reputation of .
Hart Brothers' Ice Cream
And solicit a continuation of th. liberal putroaajr
bestowed ou their predecessors.
Constantly on hand, a full assortment ot
The Cboleent Imported . . CmattlM.
And New stock received by every steamer.
Also, a very fine collection ct
Carl on, ftauaple Boxes nt Mnella, Corals .
And other specimens for parties vUUin
the inlands. -
eSTOrders for SUPPERS, WEIDfMC1
BALLS. PARTIES, ETC., leJt at tbe JtLITS
will receive prompt attention. ,
Teloplxoiie 182.
3f. W. McCHINEY 4c HON.
HOTEL STREET.
HENRY nART, Manager. UhU
THE CURRENCY ACT.
The New Gold Law.
FEW COPIES OF THE WEEKLY
l Paelfie Commercial Advertiser
of tne 29IIi July. coMtalalBC
tbe riEI. TEXT of the Cnrreney
Art, can be lial on applleatloM to
the P. C. Advertiser Office.
Price 25 cents each.
PnblJsber P. C. ADVEHTWES.
FOR SALE
nWO ENOLISH BCLL TERRIER rrPSf 8
L months old.
Apply by letter at one to
W. B. STARK EY,
Kaapo Raack, Uitil.
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