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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1885.
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THE DAILY PACIFIC
Every Morning Except Sundays.
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Foreign Subscription W. P. C. A. (Inolinliiig
POSUIKG) ta 5q
"Alwato," the Universal Language.
New York Letter.
Stephen Pearl Andrews is a man whom
his enemies call a fool, whom his friends
call a prophet and pantarch, and whom a
great body of the unclassified allude to by
the generic ?vmc of ' crank. " He .un
conventional. He calls himself reformer
and revolutionist. I dropped in on him
the other day at his study on Thirty-fourth
itreet. A woman, pen in hand, was sitting
down on either side of him, writing down
his thoughts as uttered. I knew it was
Alwato, the universal language." I in
quired about Its progress.
" We are making a dictionary, " he said.
"The new language will be much shorter
than any existing tongue about twice as
short, I should say. It is founded on my
discovery that every vocal sound meant
something not arbitrarily, but intrinsic
ally. Every vowel and consonant has itd
analogue in nature. Existent languages
are a clumsy and unscientific effort to get
at this. Show me a thing and I will give
you a natural name for it so of a thought,
feeling, or what not Vocal sounds have
a .natural meaning in speech, just as they
have In music. "
"How many words will the new lan
guage have in it? " .
"Millions. That Is, there will be cer
tain fundamental bases of speech ex
plained, and from these every speaker will
make whatever new words he needs, and
these will be at once understood by alJ
bearers. Every word will be only a com
pound of well known meanings. Do you
Kound the World.
There has returned to St. Paul an hon
ored citizen, Judge Flandrau, who ha$
been round the world ; and in his recital
to The Pioneer Press lie has said more in
half a column than most authors havo
been able to squeeze into a whole volume
of travels. Canton surprised him; it ha3
1,000,000 people. He saw CoL Mosby,
the ex-Canfederate, at Hong Kong, and
Arabi Bey at Colombo, Ceylon Cairo
is the most cosmopolitan city in the world;
the mosque of Mehemet AH is the finest
building the judge ever looked upon. lie
saw an ostrich ranch with several thou
sand birds; the eggs are hatched by steam.
All Egypt is in the hands of the British,
just as much as India. Uome is having a
great building boom; it reminds the judge
of a western town; money could be made
there by a western real-estate speculator.
Vienna is us handsome as Chicago, and as
full of life. Blarney castle is the finrst
ruin the judge saw. He was gone just six
months, the exact length of time he de
sired to spend, and his opinion of the
earth has not been lessened because he
could so easily girdle, it with railroad imd
San Francisco Chronicle.
A newly patented method for emptying
letter-boxes has been adopted by the Prus
sian postmaster general, Dr. Stenhan.
The letters and packages are taken from
the boxes in such a way as to render it
absolutely impossible for the official to
handle the postal matter. Thistinvention
will not only do away with letters being
tampered with, but will also control the
carrier both as to time and the thorough
emptying of the box.
Carlyle 011 the X'lano.
I recommend the following passage in
Carlyle's Life, " to those young pests who,
without a real notion of music, make the
air around them hideous by their everlast
ing strumming on a piano: 44 The miserable
young woman in the next house to me
spends all her young bright days, not in
learning to darn stockings, sew shirts,
bake pastry, or any art, mystery or busi
ness that will profit herself or others; not
even in amusing herself or skipping on
the grass plots with laughter of her mates,
but simply and solely in raging from dawn
to dark, to night and midnight, on a
hapless piano, which it is evident she will
never in this world render more musical
than a pair of barn clappers! The miser
able young female!"
Krick of Silica.
It is said that the sand used in the man
ufacture of mirrors is now used by a
Paris company to make white bricks and
blocks, said not to be injured by frost,
rain, etc., and to be verj- light, the specific
gravity being only 1.30 to 1.83 of clay
bricks. The sand is first strongly
pressed by hydraulic power, and then
baked in ovens at a very high tempera
ture. The bricks are almost pure silica,
A Novel Enterprise in London.
A novel exhibition is to be opened in
London in Ma3 1S80, its object being the
representation of American life for the
benefit of Englishmen who have never
crossed the Atlantic ocean. It is proposed
to have a complete display of all the pro
ducts of the United States, manufactured
and natural, and an immense panorama is
to be provided for the presentation of
Generous to a Faun.
You may talk as much as you please, w
remarked the irascible man; "but let me
tell you that I consider your arguments as
well as yourself beneath my notice. I
don't give you so much as a thought. " "I
hope not, " was the rc-sp-ons?; " I wouldn't
have you bankrupt yoarth' on my ac
A company in 2sew Jersey is making
counterpanes and pillow-shatns of- paper.
MAOFAELANE & C0-,
II(H.i:SAI,E DEALERS A) OK.V
eral Jobbers In WINKS and LIQUOKs.
Xo. 12 Ikitnli tiimuiii Street,
H. HA0KFELD & CO..
G1EXERAL COMMISSION AtJEXTS.
W W-lU Queen St., Honolulu, II. 1
F. BANXIXO. tV. .lAKUTKXS.
ED. H0FFSCHL AEGEH & CO.,
Importer A 'onniiisioii Merchants.
Queen street, Honolulu, II. I. :iiis-tf
A. S. CLEGH0RN k Co.,
Importer and Wholesale and Retail
Corner Cjneen and Kaahumanti Sts. Si -t
M. PHILLIPS & "Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
Clothing, Doots. Shoes, Hats, Men's Furnish
ing und Fancy (Joods. Xo. 11 Kaahumanu Street,
Honolulu, 11. I. :st;f)tf-wtf
S. 1.. .sr.lXI.KV. JOHN hl'itCAXCK.
Sprusmcc, Stanley & Co.,
Importers nnd Jobbers of Fine
WHISKIES, WiNES AND LIQUORS,
11 I'ronl St., San I'raiu'iscii.
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The Leading Fashionable Tailors
OF SAN' FRANCISCO.
No. t20 Market St., Opposite'alace Hotel.
1 laving already a large trade with Honolulu, they
respeetfully solicit further Island patronage, and
are prepared to complete orders fit one day's no
tice. TYrfect satisfaction guarantees-, and the
finest stocK of latest goods constantly on hand.
S. J. LEVEY & CO.,
1 roeers ami I'rovision Dealers.
VJT Family Grocery and Feed Store.
Orders entrusted to us from the other island will
be promptly attended to. r2 Fort St., Honolulu
IFM. Q. IHWIS.
WM. G. IRWIN & Co.,
(KJAlt FACTORS ami Commission
O AUtNTS. Honolulu, H. I. .1 t.l-tf vitf
lloruey at I.hu.
No. 4--' MKltCIIAXT STKKKT. NEAR FOKT ST
JOHN UTS CHI G,
Fashionable Boot Maker,
Xo. '''2i Bush St., San Francisco, Cal.
Will till orders in his line at the skcrtfst possible
notice. Planters will find it te their advantage" to
call on Mil. UTSCHIU before going elsewhere.
Importer and Manufacturer J
Of all Descriptions of :
BOOTS & SHOES
(tjr Orders from the other Islands solicited.
W. AUSTIN WHITING.
ttomey anal Counsellor at I.au .
Agent to .Take Acknowledgments to lustru
ments for the Island of oahu. No. 9 Kaahumanu
Street. Honolulu. H. I. 10S-iorJl
Solicitor in Chancery,
Ofllce, S. W. cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.,
HONOLULU, H. L 4iZ tf
J. 85. MONSARRAT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Keal Estate in any part of the It i nf- j
dom Bought, Sold and Leased on Commission I
Loans Negotiated and Legal Documents Drawn.
No. 27 MERCHANT STREET.
Gazette Block, Honolulu. "71-tf
Xo. 11 1 Fort St., Honolulu.
i. W HlNOI.KY. OKO. WOOU.
J. W. HINGLEY & CO.
Inipoi tcr.s, Wholesale and Hetail Dealers in
Tobacco, Cigarettes & Smokers' Articles
Home Manufactured Cigars.
N'o. 5 Fort St.. in Campbell" Xew
Fireiror l!iiiliin', and Xo.
7S Hotel Steeet.
4 10-w If
Crner Hotel and Union Streets.
BRANCH OF EVREKA MARIi ET.
Dr. E. Cook AVebb,
Kesldence and Ollice, cor IUchards it Ileretania St
Special Attention given to Diseases of the
Kidne and Urinary Organs
8 to 10,-)
2 to 4, y
7 to 8. J
Telephone Xo. :t.
A. G. ELLIS & CO.,
STOCK AXD MONEY RROKERS,
Oflice, Xo. 2;' Campbell Block, Merchant St.
J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co.,
STATIONERS & NEWS DEALERS,
Hawaiian Gazette Block.
27 .Merchant St., Honolulu. H.I.
Manufacturing J ewel er,
Opposite HollLster !i Co
Honolulu, H. I.
Particular attention paid to repairing. 3S2tI
I. M. UEHI.VO. JOS. HL'BASH.
Hnualiau Jewelry I"aelory,
No. 30 Merchant Street, HonIuln, II. 1.
The undersigned will op-.rii this new market
with the -hoicesi heel, yeal iaid mutton. Also
Fresh 1'orli Sausages made every tlay
RIood and Liver Sausages sii1 Ito
loiia a Sneeialty.
All orders promptly attended" to. ; ,
c:e. d. schraeder.
Forest Market, Telephone No. :Jl5.
Kureka Market, Telephone Xo; 11 1.
ALV1N IL KASEMAN,
;'ler Ruler ainl Blank Rook
JI n ii lae t it rer.
And FINK DIAMOND SE.TTINU a Specialty.
All kinds of Jewelry made to order and re
paired. Watches carefully repaired ami war
ranted. Ueneral engraving and fancy monograms
neatly executed. All done at moderate prices.
J. LYONS. I,, j. Li.vr.v.
LYONS 6c LEVEY,
General Commission Merchants
Beaver Block, Queen St., Honolulu.
Sales ofFiirnitiire. Stock, Real listate
and General Merchandise properly attended to
Sole Agents for:
American & Enropeaii Merchandise.
HIWAIIAX I. VESTMENT & AGEXCY CO..
Money Loaned on First Class Securi
ties, for long or short period. Apply to
W. L. GKKEX, Manager pro tern.
OEice on Queen St., over a, W. Macfarl.me & Co.
tfjS'Bookbmding of all descriptions neatly and
promptly executed, and at reasonable charge.
3;itf MERCHANT STBKKT.
- J. J. WILLIAMS "
XO. 103 FORT STREET,
Leading PMoOTler 'of Honolulu.
WOIiK FINISHED IN
AVater Colors, Crayon.
India Ink, or Oil,
I'liolo. Colored, Av.
The only Complete Collection of
Alakea. near Queen St. LJZI
C. J. IIAIIDEE, Pfoprietor.
Contracting & Building.
MOULDINGS AND FINISH
A LVT A IS OX HAND.
TOU SALE IlarianJ Scft StovowooJ, Cu
JOHN A. PALMER.
Will Ii.(ril)Hte and Collect
Also attend to Oenera.1 Office Work.
OFFICE CAMPBELL BLOCKr
Room N'o. 7, Upstafr?.
GI 1ST !
(J. J. WALL Ell,
T O T H i: E R O X T .
j a tillKAT IHJON TO THE
" lPV Kraiirl ItIII ! Honolulu lnblic !
For Sale in Quantities to Suit,
At Lowest Market Rates.
FREETH 4 PEACOCK,
23 Nuuanu Street,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Notice to the Public.
ICE CREAM PARLORS !
Ice Cream will be served at the SARATOGA
HOCSK, on Hotel Street, until Further notice.
ttrOjen naily until 10 1.5I.
Orders received and carefully attended to.
Weddings and Parties supplied.
Our cart with Celebrated Ice Cream will make
its usual route it) the evening. 3&5tf
Cor. Fort & Motel Streets.
AND SALE STABLES.
Carriages for hire at all hours of the dry or
night; also, conveyances of, all kiuds for parties
going around the Island.
Excellent Saddle Horses for Eadies
nuil (Jentlemeii. tiuaranteed Gentle.
CurriaffS Xos. , 21, 46, 17, 4S, li,
50, 51, 52 nnd 53.
Double and single teams always to be had on
livery at the most reasonable rates.
Large and small omnibus for picnics ami excur
sion parties, carrying from 10 to 40 passengers, can
always be secured by special arrangements.
Omnibus time tables can be obtained by apply
ing at the oflice.
The I.oii Braucli Rathing; House
can always be secured for picnic or excursion
parties by applying at the oflice.
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
Telephone No. 34.
JAS. D0DD, Proprietor.
SUM FIRE OFFIGE
OF I O X I O X .
NSUHANCES EFFECTED UPON EVEBV
escription of property at the current rates
Total sum Insured in 1833 - - 310,421,000.
Claims arranged by the local agents, and paid
with promptitude and liberality.
The jurisdiction of the Local Tribunals recognize
G. V. Macfarlane & Co.,
333tf Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
THE CURRENCY ACT.
The New Gold Law.
FEW COPIES OF THE WEEKLY
l I'aeitlc Commercial Advertiser
ol' the 29tb July. 18S4, containing:
the FUEL. TEXT of the Currency
Act, can be had on application to
the P. C. Advertiser Office.
Price 25 cents each.
Publisher JP. C. ADTERTISER.
Reef. Veal, Mutton, Pork and Fish
kept for FOl'R DAYS after being killed, by Bell
Coleman's Patent Dry Air Refrigerator. Guaran
teed to keep longer after delivery than
FRESH liII.EE! MEATS.
tt"To be hail in any of Mr. Waller's Markets.
On King: Street.
MEAT FOR SALE ALL DAY.
City Market. .
On X'uuauu St.
Hotel StrGGt Slariet. ....
ii Hotel Street.
At Fish Market.
On Mannakea St.
On Meek Street.
BEEF AND PORK.
ife&'Thftnking the public for past favors, I so
licit a continuation of the same.
af7 tf O. J. WALLER.
NEVILLE Sc CO.,
MADE FROM ALABAMA BOTTOM COTTON,
FREE FROM SIZIXO
AND NOT LIABLE TO MOULD.
The Rest and most Durable Sail Duck
IN THE WORLD.
For Sale in Honolulu.
Made from the Very Best
Hard Wove Cotton Duck.
IS'JLVJLJLIi: & CO.,
SO EE AUEXTS,
Xcither Heat or Dampness affect
They do not Stretch.
Stronger than Leather,
Uciter than Rubber,
WILL OUTLAST BOTH.
Por Sale in Honolulu.
XO. 1 FORT STREET.
Opposite Wilder Co.'sl
II. J. Nolte, Propr.
OPKX FOM 3 A. M. TILL 10 P. M.
F1UST.CLASS LIXCHES, COFFEE,
TEA, SODA WATER, CIaCKU ALE,
Cigars o,ncl Tobaccos
OF BEST BRANDS
Plain and Fancy PIPES personally selected from
the Manufacturers, ai.d a Large Variety
of BEST UCALITV
Lovers of BILLIARDS will lind an Elegant
:'.:;"::;-; i co, mum tasle
on the Premises.
The Pi oprietor would tie pleaded to receive a cal
om his Friends and the Public generally
who may desire a
I.l'XCH, A SMOKE, OR A CiAME OF
AT THE PAR'i
IS OPEN EYEUY DAY.
arThe only Sea-Side Resort in the
H. J. XOETE,
Brunswick, Balke-Golleiicler Co.
V- ' ::Av. : v .
THE MOST EX TENSIVE BILLIARD HOUSE IN THE WORLD.
Manufacturers of Billiard 6ml J'ool Tables.
Importers and Dealers in all kinds of Billiard Materials. Sole Agents for Hyatt Billiard
Balls, which will stand any climate. Ten Tins,' Balls and Tinu. Sporting
Goods of all kinds. Sole Owners and Patentee of the unrivalled
44 MONARCH QUICK CUSHIOM."
the best in the world for accuracy, correct angles and durability, and lined excluHirely for
all Championship Games. 4
D3?"Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Trice List. X!
Office and Salesroom, 653 and C53 Market Street
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
" ' 6r Vv. TttACFARLANE & CO.,
76 tfAw .5entH lor the Ilnwallan I.Ia;j,V.
LOXJIS LAGEE BEER,
(Jokl Medals aud rremlums awarded l'hiJadelpliia, 1"7; Tarls, IS78; nnd Amsterdam,
MACFARLANE & CO.,
Kaahumanu Street, Hoiiolulia, H. I.
SOLE AOEXTS FOR THIS CEEERRATER REER.
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ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL.
JOSEPH TILDEN '- Manager,
The Koyal Hawaiian Hotel is one of the leading architecture
structures of Honolulu. The ground upon which it stands comprise
an entire square of about four acres, fronting on Hotel Street. This
large area affords ample room for a lawn and beautiful walks, which
are laid out most artistically with flowering plants and tropical trees
There arc twelve 'pretty cottages, within this charming enclosure, all
under the Hotel management. The Hotel and cottages afford accom
modations for 200 guests. The basement of the Hotel contains the
finest billiard hall in the city; also, a first-class bar, well stocked with
fine wines and liquors.
The main entrance is on the second floor, to the right of which ar
the elegantly furnished parlors. A broad passage-way leads fromithe
main hall to the dining-room. These apartments open on to broad
verandas, where a magnificent view of the Xuuanu Mountains may bo
seen through the wealth of tropical foliage that surround the
The fare dispensed is the best the market affords, and is first-class
in all respects. Hotel and cottages are supplied with pure water from
an artesian well on the premises. The Clerk's office is furnished with
the Telephone, by which communication is had with the leading busi
ness firms of the city.
EVERY EFFORT HAS BEEN MADE .
And Money Lavishly Expended under the Present Able
Management to make this establishment the
" MODEL FAMILY HOTEL."
A Reputation it Enjoys nntl
MOST JUSTLY MERITS.
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