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"Are you on friendly terms with Fatty
l'No, I am not intimate with him, but we
were thrown into each other's society a great
deal at the skating rink."
Not Suited Cither Way.
Kentucky State Journal.
"See here, Robinson, I hear that you are
flirting with my wife?"
"Flirting with your wife! I am neither
flirting with her nor want to do so. I don't
like her well enough for that."
'You don't? I'd like to know why you
don't. She's just as nice a woman as there Is
In town, and you've got to like her just aj
well as any other woman or I'll know why,
and don't you forget it."
The angry husband then walked awajk
swearing vengeance because Mr. Robinson
didn't like his wife. Some men can't be
pleased any way.
The Infantile Match-Maker.
New York Mercury.
"Good evening, Tommy. 13 your sister
Clarissa at homer
"Yes, sir; he's out in the kitchen popping
corn for yoi.''
"Popping com for me! Why, how very
thoughtful ! I like pop-corn very much."
"Yes, sir. She said she was going to put a
pan of pop-corn under your nose, and if you
didn't take the hint she'd give you the
Something besides corn was popped that
"Winter Sports in Canada.
lill.ll V V "- i V T ' , 11 1 llL, :.-?
Depending on Ilia Mean Neighbor.
Detroit Free. Press.)
"There are some awfu -j . ean men in this
city, and don't you forget it!" he said, as he
got a fresh brace for his back against the
"Anybody been swindling youf
"Amounts to the same thing. The man
next door to ipe didn't look out for his water
pipes when the cold snap came on, and the
result was a frreze-up whjch has lasted two
"But how does that affect youf
"Affect me? Why, our water was shut tff
for non-payment of taxes, and we were de
pending on him."
The Day After His Birthday.
The day after: FarsonWYou exchange
goods in the way of barter sometimes, I-Sup-pose."
rchant "Take trade for them? O, yes;
"Well, I would like a ham and some po
tatoes and flour."
"AU right, sir. What do you want to trad
"Ninety-five pairs of slippers."
The Plape to Sit When Married.
ew York Mercury.)
A countryman and his bride applied at the
box office for tickets.
" Orchestra chairs, parquette or family cir
cle P asked the ticket seller.
" WhichTl it be, Mariar ?" said the groom.
" Well," she replied, with a blush, " bein'
as haw we're married now, p'rhaps it would
be properer to set in the family circle."
When lie Can flight the Job.
Robt J. Burdette.)
Young man, you must do your best and
hardest work now. When you get fifty dol
lars a line for your poetry, my boy, as Mr.
Tennyson does, then you can afford to write
as poor portrv as 3Ir. Tennyson does.
The Genesis of Nye.
Bill Ntz's TVinter Resobt. i
Hudson, "Wis., Dec. 31, 184. S
Editor Reporter, Skowhegan, Me. :
A copy of The Reporter has been sent mt
recentlywith the following paragraph marked :
WHERE WAS "BILL" NTE BORN?
Maine has again and again proved that this
is the place to raise men and women, and the
crop by no means diminishes. Edgar W. Nye
commonly kna - 13 "Bill," says he was bora
in SkowhegE-i In . Who can tell us of his
As the item closes with a query, I will state
for the benefit of the curious, that Bill Nye
was born in Maine, in 1850, though not in
Skowhegan. As near as I am able to learn
from my parents, who happened to be present
on that solemn occasion, I was born in the
village of Shirley, in Piscataquis county.
My father's name was Franklin Nye, a man
for whom I have always entertained the
highest regard. Many is the time he has gone
out of his way to do me a favor.
My mojher's maiden name was Eliza M.
Doring. These historical facts of course, are
of no interest to the general public, but I
write thus fully in order to relieve Skowhegan
of an unjust imputatiou. If I ever said I was
bo'i in Skowhegan I did not do so malicious
IyT It was a joke.
I would not write this letter were it not for
my parents who are still living and in no way
to blame. Whatever I may have been, I
hope their names will not be in any way mixed
up with it.
Wishing you a happy new year, and hoping
that Mr. Blaine is doing as well as could lie ex
pected. I am sincerely yours,
Edgar Wilson Nye (Bill Nye.)
President of Sorosis.
JENNY JUNE, MRS.
The name of "Jenny June," otherwise Mrs.
J. C. Croly, of New York, is known to more
newspaper readers than that of any other wo
man writer in this country. Practically she
pioneered the way for woman in journalism.
Some 30 years ago she wrote a note one day
to a New York editor, asking him why it waa
that of all the mass of matter which went
into newspapers there was nothing printed of
eny particular interest to women, who con
stitute half the race. The result was that
shortly after this the lady herself was engaged
by the editor to write something for his paper
that should be of interest to women. She
begun the task, and has been at it ever since.
Jenny June is an indefatigable worker.
Her weekly letters have made her writings
familiar wherever newspapers are read. For
years she contributed besides these a letter
ach Sunday to the New York World. She
u the author of a number of excellent book.
Moreover, she has been the associate editor of
Bemorest's Monthly from the time the first
copy appeared, 24 years ago. Not more than
two or three newspaper men in the country
have written as large a quantity of matter for
the press as Mrs. Croly has done.
She is extremely popular among her own
sex, and her sympd.hy with them amounts to
enthusiasm. As an organizer, a promoter of
the corps spirit among women, she is without
an equal. She was the founder of the Sorosis
club, and has been its honored president f oar
many years. She originated the idea of the
Woman's congress, since become so popular.
Besides the literary gifts that have made her
famous, she p ssesses a fine tact and kindli
ness of nature that are as rare as the other.
In personal appearance, Jenny June shows
no trace of the life of labor she has led. Her
rich brown hair, softly tinted complexion,
and slender, erect fisrure. rive her a look of
eternal youthfulness. Her face is full
purity and sweetness. She is a native
Leicestershire, " England, but came
America in childhood.
Editor of tlie London World.
The imprisonment of Edmund Yates in a
British jail for a term of four months, for al
lowing a libelous article to appear in his
paper, The London Word, has attracted
universal attention. Mr. Yates made a tour
of this country in 1S?3, and later was the
London correspondent of a New York daily.
He is best known as a novelist. "In 1S74 be
established The World, "a journal 'for men
and women," which has had a most extraor
dinary success. The fearless style he adopted
in his paper has brought him into trouble be
fore, but this is his most humiliating ex
perience. He edits his paper from the prison,
and the day after bis incarceration sold 20,000
extra copies of it.
J. C. CROLY.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1885.
ISTo. 91 Kino: St.
Once inort- solicits the pntrotniije and support of
tliose who for twenty years knew and
nw.lt with him
Plain Talk Pays Always.
Peter has for umnyyiurs worked for and en
deavored to please every class of the community
from the highest in the land down to the humblest
I of the working classes, mid lie can say that during
tAat time lie never made an enemy or lost u cus
tomer. Now he has again put his hand to tlie
plow , and is as well able and willing to give hom st
work, good material, and lair value for money hs
ever vet wus done in the Hawaiian Islands. Has
always on hand
Single iind IotilIe lljnic,
Whips .Spit rs, . ; W .
And every iliins rciHls'l for th'
ft3A tall line of English and Sydney Hadd-cn,
ncUle Cloths, Blaukeis, etc., always in st.i:k.
Vhat he has uot got he can make.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLES.
(for. Hotel and Kit-hard streets, Honolulu, 11. 1.
lIosite Koyal Hawaiian Hotel.
Wish to notify the public that they are prepared
With Stylish, Gentle Horses.
Horses boarded by day or month.
Saddle Horses to Let.
Horses Bought and Sold.
Hacks at all hours day and night.
An.v incivility, reckless driving, overcharging,
etc., by drivers employed by this Company will
please be reported at the office.
MILES k 31 ACFARL AN E.
Telephone Xo. 02. f!0-je30 dA-w-
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
Cor. Fort& Queen Sts.,
llOOLULl II. I.
Sole Asesitror this Favorite Ilraml of
O II IPA GrIV JE.
P19 tf !t w-
G. W, MACFARLANE & CO.,
Cor. Fcrt& Queen Sts.,
HONOLULU, II. I.
Sole Agents for this Favorite Urantl of
VTTOKNEY-AT-LAW AND SOLICITOR IX
Chant-ery. Office Campbell's Block. second
story, rooms 8 and 9. Entrance on Merchant
street, Honolulu, H. I. 447-ap6-tf
MAOFAELANE & C0-,
W1IOI.F.SAI.K DKALKKK A.D UF..
eral Jobbers iu WINKS and LIQUORS.
o. X'i Iiaahumanu Street.
H. HAOKFELD & CO.,
1 i:KKAL COMMISSION AtiKXTS.
Qien St., Honolulu, H.I.
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
LuiMrter A ('oiiiiiii.H.sioii Mereliaii t.
Queen sireet, Honolulu, II. I. Ktis-tf
A. S. CLEGH0RH & Co.,
1iiiMrler.s nuil Wholesale nud Itetail
Comer Quevu and Ktuthumanu Sts. HI :-t
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Oenlert in
Clothing, Roots, Shoes, Hats, Men's Furnish
lug and fancy Hoods. No. 11 Kaahumanu Street
Honolulu, II. I. 36tf-w tf
S. J, LEVEY & CO.,
(i roeers ami Irovifou Dealer.
I Family Grocery and Feed Store.
Orders entrusted to Ud from the other island will
bn promptly attended to. 52 Fort St., Honolulu
Attorney at I,idv.
No. MERCHANT STREET, NEAR FORT ST
a a. IRWIN.
WM. G. IRWIN & Co.,
SKiAU FAt TOKS and oiinniHsioii
AU. NTS. JI')noiulu, H. J. 304-tfwtf
J. i.vo . i.. j. li:vki'.
LYONS 6Z LEVEY,
General Commission Merchantsf
Beaver Block, Queen St., Honolulu.
Sale. ol Furniture. Stock, Ileal Estate
and (Jeneral Merchandise properly attended to
Sole AjjrentH for:
American & European Mercianiise.
J. M. iYlONSARRAT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Keal Extate In any part of the King-.
lom Bought, Sold aud Leased on Commission
Ixtans Negotiated and Legal Documents Drawn.
'o. 27 MERCHANT STREET,
Cazctte Block, Honolulu. 371-tf
Dr. E. Cook Webb,
Residence and Otlice, cor Richards fe BeretaniaSt
Special Attention given to Disease of the
Kiiluey mid Urinary Organ.
S to 10,-)
2 to 4, V
V to . J
Telephone No- 'I.
J. 31. Oat, Jr., & Co.,
STATIONERS & NEWS DEALERS,
Jfttwaiian Gazette JJlock.
J7 Mer. limit St., Honolulu. H.I.
No. ttt Nitiinnii Street.
,Oiposit lIo!Iist-r t (,'
Honolulu, II. I.
Particular attention paid to repairing. 32tf
t. M. IIKlilNO. JOS. Hl'BASH.
Hawaiian Jewelry Factory,
No. :0 Merchant Street, Honolulu, II. I.
nl FINE DIAMOND SETl'INCi Specialty.
All kinds of Jewelry made to order and re
paired. W:ir--lics carefully repaired and war
ranted. Gen ral ei-.raviug and fancy mouograuis
ueatly executed. All done at moderate prices.
THE CURRENCY ACT
The New Gold Law.
. FEW COPIES OF THE WEEKLTT
Pacific Commercial Advertiser
of tlie 29th July. 1SS1, containing:
tUe IT'LL TEXT of the Currency
Act, can be bad on application to
the P. C. Advertiser Office.
Price 25 cents each.
Publisher P. C. ADVERTISER.
S. L. STANLEY. JOHX SPRtJAVCE.
Spruauce, Stanley & Co.,
Importers and Jobbers ol Fine
WHISKIES. WINES and LIQUORS,
410 Front St.. San Frnnelseo.
4T3 U A v
IBurr & Finck,
The Leading Fashionable Tailors
OF SAX FKANCISCO.
No. 630 Market St., Opposite Palace Hotel.
Having already a large trade with Honolulu, they
respectfully solicit further Island patronage, aud
are prepared to complete orders at one day's no
tice. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed, and tiie
finest stock of latest goods constantly on hand.
Fashionable Boot Maker.
No. 3-:0 Bush St., Sau Francisco, Cal.
Will fill orders in his line at the shortest possible
notice. Planters will Hud it te their advantage to
call ia MR. CTSCHIO before going elsewhere.
J. W RINCLKY. 8KO. WOOD.
J. W. HINGLEY & CO.
Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Tobacco, Cigarettes & Smokers' Articles
Home Manufactured Cigars.
Bin. 50 Fort St.. iu Campbell New
Fireproof Building-, and No.
7H Hotel Steeet.
HONOLULU. II. I.
pImprter and Manufacturer JJ
Of all Descriptions of
BOOTS & SHOES
- tTOrders from the other Islands solicited.
No. Ill Fort St., Honolulu.
Corner Hotel and Union Streets,
BRANCH OF EUREKA MARKET.
The undersij-ned will open this new market
with the choicest beet, veal and mutton. Also
Fresb Pork Sausages made every day
Blood and Liver Sail saxes aud Bo
lotfiia a Speelalty.
All orders promptly attended to
ttEO. I. SCIIRAEDER.
Forest Market, Telephone No. 363.
Kureka Market, Telephone No. Hi,
ALVIN II. KASEMAN,
BO 1C BIISTDEIi,
S'aper Ruler aud Blauk Book
a"Hookbiiidinsr of all descriptions neatly aud
promptly executed, and at reasonable charge.
J. J. WILLIAMS
No. 102 FOltT ST BEET,
Leaiins Platoiranlier of Honolulu.
WORK FINISHED IN
Water Colors, Crayon.
India Ink, or Oil.
Photo. Colored, Ve.
The only Complete Collection ot ,
1 LAiNliNu JllliL. U-
Alakea, near QHeen St. L...T3
C. J. HARDEE, Proprietor.
Contracting & Building.
MOULDINGS AND FINISH
A LW.V S ON HAND. j
FOR SALE Hard aud Soft Stovewood, Cu j
and Split. I
All accounts fur Advcrtlsiug and Job Prluti-i
Office will from this date be presented for pay.
Honolulu. Mach 2, 1355.
G. J. WALLER,
TO THE FRONT.
A OREAT BOON TO THK
Honolulu IPublic !
Beef. Veal, Mutton. Pork, and Flii
kept for FOUR DAYS after being killed, by Bell
Coleman's Patent Dry Air Refrigerator. Guaran
teed to keep longer after delivery than
FRESH KILLED MEATS.
-To be Uad in any of Mr. Waller's Markets.
On Hluff Street.
MEAT FOR SALE ALL. DAY.
Oh Nuuanu St.
Hotel Street Market.
On Hotel Street.
At Fish Market.
On Mauuakca St.
9 Chinese Market.
On Meek Street.
BEEF AND lOBK.
tfTThnnkintf the public for past favors. I ho
licit a continuation of tlie same.
307 tf O. J WALLER.
NEVILLE & CO.,
MADE FROM ALABAMA BOTTOM COTTON,
FREE FROM SIZINO
AND NOT LIABLE TO MOULD
WARRANTED The Best and most Durable Sail Duck
IN THE WORLD.
For Sale in Honolulu.
Made from the Very Best
Hard Wove Cotton Duek.
ISi EYILLE & CO.,
Neither Heat or Dampness afreet
They do not Stretch.
Stronger than Leather,
Better than Rubber,
WILL. OUTLAST BOTH.
I'or Sale in Honolulu.
SUN FIRE OFFICE
OF E O N D O N .
INSURANCES EFFECTED UPON EVERY
description of prop rty at the current rates
Total sum Insured in 1883 - - 310,421,000.
Claims arranged hy the local agents, and paid
with promptitude and liberality. ,
The Jurisdiction of the Local Tribunals recognited.
G. W. Macfarlane & Co.,
353tf AgenU for tho Hawaiian Islaudu.
C. BIRKS & CO..
53 HIGH , STREET.
I'eckham, Eondou, S. F.
Indents executed forali;kiuds of Euglisb
and Continental Goods, against Bank
Credits or Produca, facilities for drawing
against the latter. Agencies accepted at '1
per ceut on net amount of manufacturer's
invoices, iucluding cash discounts varying
from to 3 ier cent. Purchases iu im
orter'a owu uamu.
Tweuty yca' buying experience for
Reference: Continental Bank, 7tt Lombard
Street, E. C. 4S5ap3
105 EAST UTII ST..
The most artistic Upright runoa evr product,
both for quality of tone and wonderful and elwel'
actions. The coming upright planoa of tha war
Send for Illustrated catalogue, description
F. W. SPENt'ER A CO.,
Pacific Coast Agents,
23 and 25 Fifth Street. BAN FRANCISCO.
65,000 Fest of
Galvanized Iron Pipe
. JJ. U, 1. V4 Y& Inch. .
For ule, at very low firures, by
JAS. A. HOPPER,
We have received a consignment of the tnoat
TVnnnmlnA and Valtiahl fnr )l
klDds of Htock, vU.r j
COOKED LINSEED( MEiVL.
It Ls the greatest Flesh former, fl!lc and
Butter producer In use.
Oil Coke Meal shows about 27 per rent, of uu
tritive matter; this nearly 39 per cent. -
100 Bs. of this meat U equal to 300 a. cl c&M,
or 31S ts. of corn, or to 767 ts. of wheat fcrtu.
For Sale in Lota to Suit.
Alrto, out Unrivalled MIXED FEED, U WfU as
our usual supply of the best kinds of
Hay, Oats, Wheat, Corn, Etc.. Etc.
LAINE & CO.
373 tf '
California Rose Company.
MU. C. W. MACFARLANE TAKES riXAA
11 ro In Annonnpinir Ihnt ha h.a hff.:l
polnted SOLE AGENT of the
CALIFORNIA ROSE COMPANY
For tho Hawaiian Inlands. Parties who dftsire
to add choice and beautiful varieties of , t
THE QUEEN OF FLOWERS f
To their flower gardens will be furnished with;
CATALOGUES containing; names,, pricw n'
other Information concerning over 250 vsH'"' ..
OROWX OX THEIR OWN T.i
HW Prices astonishingly low for guaranteed
C. W. MACFARLANE, Agent.
Honolulu, March 27, 1685. mar28-22-dWtf
WENNEft & CO.
12 Fort Street,
Have, on hand New Foreign and Homemadi
Watches, Bracelets, Necklets,
Pins, Lockets, Clocks, . .
And ornaments of all kinds.
Silver and Gold Plato
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Seta.
Suitable for Presentation.
ENGRAVING AND NATIVE JEWELRY
lteairinj? In all Itf branehf.
S?y Sole Agents for King's Eye Preservers.
' ST. 3IATTHEWS HALL,
SAN MATEO, CALIFORNIA.
j. School for HBoys. $ -
UNDER MILITARY DISCIPLINE.
i f OCATED IN THE BEAUTIFUL VIUiAOIJ
of San Mateo, on the Southern Pacific ,&rTji
! road. 21 miles from San Frauclsco. Eoubl '
iu 1&65. Fourteen instructors of r.paU-tloa tf
ability. The bulldiogs are extenBive, are be' v
by steam, and are In every way arranged for t
health aod comfort of the cadets. Trinity Kesri-,'
began July 21th, and the Easter bessioa iil-tf
mtoce January e, 1885.
For further luformatlon aud etlogu, Just
REV. ALFRED LEE BREWER, 31. A., -59-ap-Uw-jY9