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1 i J ..''. " . " M rl. l.iiri 7TT, i !!..-',' Q. c ''if'-' A fl.j I f !fi I 1 1 : f 1 1 . X: r t ' . 1 r VOL. III.NO. 325. THE DAILY Pacific Commercial Advertiser IS PUBLISHED Erery 3Iorning Except Sundajs. SUBSCRIPTIONS : Daily P, Daily P, Dail P. Daily P. C. Advertiser, one year .. Advertises, six months... C Advkrtisek, tbree months. C. Advertiser, per month 00 00 50 SO 00 , 3 1 Weekly P. C. advertiser, one year, Korean Subscription, V. P. C. A. (including postage; 6 SO Pajjctble Inturiahly in Advance. KISSED BY A CORNETIST. An Impulsive Performance Whicb Occur red at a Parlor Reception. Clara Belle's Letter. The other night I saw this principle ap plied very prettily by a female cornet player. She was a cirly-girly sort of young woman, inclined to be pudgy, and just ashuggable as they make 'em in thi3 or any other country. The cornet is a hor rid, noi3y, obstreperous instrument, you know, and about as suitable for a girl to play as a bass drum. This dear little - performer treated it somewhat as an animal trainer does the boss libu'of the menagerie with a domin ation which shows at once both conquer ing courage and cowering fear. Her chest swelled, her bosom blushed, and she seemed in danger of explosion when blowing her very soul out through the instrument, but, having finished the strain, she would take the brazen horn away from her rosebud mouth, get her features back from distortion - into their natural amiability and seem to apologize for the unhandsome thing which she had been doing. It.was at a parlor reception that this oc curred, and the girl was an amateur, be longing to one of our warranted families. She had acquired the accomplishment while at school abroad. I had known her in childhood, when we together hunted the same schoolmaster with bean-blowers, and at the conclusion of her cornet solo I greeted her for the first time in several years. Of course, we kissed each other impulsively. . Good heavens! That was my mental exclamation. I felt as though I had been hit with brass knuckles or smacked by a cast-iron image.? I instinc tively pressed my handkerchief to my be numbed mouth, and looked for the weapon with which 1 had been assaulted. It was only the dear girl's kiss, however, that I had felt. Good playing on the comet depends upon the amount of inflex ibility -which can be imparted to the upper lip. LTcrs had became fairly adamantine. It didn't matter much, for kisses between females arc not supposed to be delightful any how; but "what I say to a man is this': The hinge of a door is quite as kissable, from a sentimental point of regard, as the mouth of a cornetist. The I'erlpatetio, Horse-Iladish Grinder. Cineiilnati Enquirer. A German fellow-citizen was ambling alond 55ectnd street, near Broadway, the other .norning, carrying on his back a four-llgged Twooden! table, which was' fitted but with a banded fly-wheel and treadle below, connected with a revolving cylinder above much like the outfit of a scissors-grinder; and ever and anot as the. novelists say, he opened his coral lips and yelled: " Horse raddage ! n 44 What in the name of Jupiter Pluvius is horse-raddage?n asked the reporter, after following the caravan a few blocks. "Hot stuff what bites your tongue on wienerwursL " But there was no time for further con versation, as the landlady of a boarding house beckoned to him from a doorway on the other side of the street. He walked over, lowered his. instrument to the pave- Uicnt, and after passing the compliments of, the morning went to work, llis work consisted in reducing three big horse-radish roots to pulp. The cylinder on the top of his table was like a broad grindstone; a regular up and-down movement of his foot on the treadle made the cylinder spin round so rapidly as to seem perfectly motionless, and when the horse-radish root was brought in contact with the revolving surface it melted away Jike ice on a hot stone. A tin box below the table caught the fine particles - as they fell, and in rtive - minutes the three big roots were handed over to the landlady in the shape of a.pint or more of moist white pulp. . Then tha operator pocketed a nickel, shouldered his Instrument, and went on hi3 way in search of more horse-radish to pulverize. M You can't imagine what a blessing that l, " said the landlady, seeing that the re porter seemed interested in tha proceed ings. 44 We, used to have to grate the horse-radish by hand with a tin nutmeg grater; and when we do it by ' hand it is horrible work. Did you ever peel onions ? n The reporter never did.' The Bell of the Jlighlands. Hartford Times. The mysterious ringing of a bell in the vicinity of the Highlands, on the Hudson ,river is thus accounted for by an old boatman: I was worried in my mind for a month h&forft Saturday night Almost every light when we passed through the Highlands, near the Storm King, we would hear r a bell ring. Sometimes it seemed to come from the mountain iop, sometimes near the base, and now and then we would hear the tinkle overhead. We compared notes, and couldn't decide on the cause of it, but the mystery has been cleared up. Somebody has lost a big American eagle. The bird flew through the streets of Cornwall last Saturday with a steel collar around its neck, to which was attached a good sized bell, and the bell rang every time the eagle swooped out of its course. The hunters are trying to catch the bird alive. They ' wouldn't kill it for the world, because they are superstitious, and believe if they should shoot it there would be no hick in the future I have no doubt lots of boat' men have heard that bell in the night, the .same as I have. 'CYCLE RIDING. SOMETHING BETTER THAN WALK ING, RIDING OR ROWING. What Is Said by Eminent English Physi cians How Tricycling Acts Upon the Muscular System A Relief to Fatigued Brains. The Wheelman. The eminent English physician, Dr. B. W. , Richardson, says in a recently-pub lished paper: 44 The peculiarity of the pro cess of riding on the tricycle- is, indeed, when once the art i3 obtained, so that . much can be done, not only without fa tigue, but with a sense of lightness and relief from weariness, bodily and mental, which is positively refreshing. I can ride forty milei on the tricycle, experi encing, I can safely say, less fatigue than from walking ten or from riding on horse back twenty, although I am a practiced hand in both the last-named exercises all my life, while I am comparatively a nov ice on the tricycle, "The reason of this it is not difficult to explain. In walking the legs carry di rectly all the weight of the body, and as g&ch foot comes down on the ground there is a certain vibration or shock quite through the body, which, though not acutely perceptible, is, nevertheless, fa tiguing." The breathing, also, is carried on at a disadvantage, for the diaphragm, or great respiratory muscle, is not able to act, in walking, without, steadiness, and, it may bo said, purchase, as it is when the pelvis is fixed, the spinal column firm, and the upper limbs steady. The circu lation, too, is considerably quickened, and the heart is toiling at a rapid speed, lift ing very quickly . the whole of its blood over that hill called the ascending aorta, the first part of the great blood-vessel which springs from the heart in the form of a beautiful arch to supply with blood the upper and lower parts of the body. " Another English physician says: "The tricycle is a very safe machine, and with ordinary caution an accident need never happen. Neither extreme youth nor ad vanced age would seem to be any bar against the enjoyment of tricycle riding. In America children positively ride before they can well walk, and in our country it is by no means unusual to find men be tween 60 and 70 who can do from thirty to fifty miles a day easily enough on the tricycle.- Tricycle riding, if not carried to excess and weariness, relieves brain fatigue and incipient congestion of the liver; it causes the kidneys to act more freely and lightens the whole system; it banishes" ennui? and lowness .of spirits, strengthens the-whole muscular system, induces a free action of the skin, braces the nerves and insures a healthful sleep. To shop and office people, to hard-working men of business, but more particularly to Drain workers, the possession of good tricycles would, if judiciously used, in deed prove a blessing. " Dr. Fanny F. Miller, an English lady physician, says in Belgravia: "There is no reason to believe that tricycling is in any way iniurious to even delicate per sons. .Middle-aged men, with thtr ten dency to degeneration of the muscles into fat, which is qne of the dangers' of ? their period of life, will find tricycling to assist the heart's action rather than strain its powers. Nearly all chronic complaints will be benefited by this form of exercise. For ladies I believe it to be especially suit able. n Further! it is added: u Several lady members of the royal family ride the tricycle, and many hundreds of others outside of the palace have followed their example." t , ,; A clergyman, after describing the causes of his "broken down" condition, goes on to say: "My health was becoming undermined, I was nervous, fretful and Mondays oh, horrors! blue is not a word to express the feeling entirely exhausted: . it seems to me that I did not hare a friend in the world; could hardly think of the preparation required for the next Sunday; my heart heavy and dull; could scarcely tell whether it ached or not "Just at this critical time came my bicycle, and, as if by magic, away went the spirits that had tormented me so long. " There is another point of view in which this subject becomes of much importance to all; to the healthy as well as the invalid. IIolme3 says as the result of the want of proper exercise: "I am satisfied that such a set of black-coated, stiff-jointed, soft minded, paste-complexioned youths as we can boast of in our: Atlantic cities never before sprang from loins of Anglo-Saxon lineage. Of the females that are mate? of these males I do not here speak. Anything is better than this white-blooded defeneration to which we ail tena The last expression, "to which we all tend. " is, I think, more or less applicable to the inhabitants all over our country. As a preventive or remedy of this unf or- , tunale condition of things, the professor recommends rowing. "You can row easily and gently all day, he. says, "or you can row yourself blind and black in the face in ten minutes, just as you like. " This was written twenty years before the bicycle and , tricycle made their ap pearance in their present perfected form. This machine, as well as the oars, may be made the means of extremely active or ; gentle exercise, just as we like, while they give opportunity for exercising all parts of the body, which the oars do not Butchers Meat from Poland. Foreign Letter.l Some English capitalists have 'recently had an agent visit Warsaw to learn if butchers' meat could be profitably sent from Poland to England. He is now visit ing Odessa and other places in the south western provinces of Iiussia with the same object in view. If satisfactory arrange ments can be made with the dealers, SDecial railway cars furnished with re frigerators wiU".be immediate' constructed to send meat across the continent The meat could be delivered in London on the third or fourth day alter being dispatched, according to the locality from which it was sent The present time is favorable to such a scheme, owing to the want of fodder. For instance, bullocks bring from $5 to $23 per head in Odessa, and cows, which last year were retailed at $23 a head, now sell for $12. 50. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, iNlAY 19, 1885. SUn FIRE OFFICE OF LONDOK. ESTABLISHED 1710. INSURANCES EFFECTED UPON EVERY description of property at the current rates of premium. Total sum Insured in 1883 - - 310,421,000. Claims arranged by the local agents, and paid with promptitude and liberality. The jurisdiction of the Local Tribunals recognized. G. W. Macfarlane & Co., 353 tf Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. C ommercial INSURANCE COMPANY, OF CALIFORNIA. FIRE AUD MARINE. Capital, paid In full, $200,000 00 Assets, December 31, 1884 443,381 05 Loases paid siuce Company was organ ized 1,133,531 80 C. O. BERGER, Resident Agent, ' OlBce No. 24 Merchant street, Honolulu, II. I. 107-july29-w ROYAL INSURANCE COMP'Y OF LIVERPOOL. CAPITAL. 1 0,000 .DOG UNLIMITED LIABILITY . Iirc Insurance of all description . will be effected at Moderate Rates ol Frt ml urn," by the undersigned. Wit. G. IRWIN A CO. ' l'-9-d&wtf Managers for Haw. Islands TJ wioivr Fire and Marine Insurance Co. Of New Zealand. CAPITAL, lO,O00,O0O; Having Established an Agency at Honolulu, for the Hawaiian Islands, the un dersigned are prepared to accept risks against Fire In dwellings, stores warehouses and merchandise, on favorable terms." Marine risks on cargo, freights, bottomry, profits and commissions. Losses promptly adjusted k payable. 12S-dwtf WM. O. IRWIN 4 CO. GREAT WESTERN; INSURANCE C0MTANT. j. TTTli A "T OFFICE, . 50;f ALL STIIEET, NEW YORK - Tbe above Company bavins estab lished an Agency at Honolulu, for the Hawa iian Islands, the undersigned is authorized to accept and write x MARINE RISKS ON .; Merchandise, Freights. Treasrare, Commissions, and Hulls. -n At current Rates. 3 ; WM. C. IRWIN & CO., 127-dwtf Managers for Hawaiian Islands o n:t a r i o rJEVIJL,L,E & OO., SOLE AOEXTSi SAN FRANCISCO r MADE FROM AIABAMA BOTTOM COTTON, FREE FROM SIZING .ND NOT LIABLE TO. MOULD. WARRANTED Tlie Best and most nnrable Sail luck IN THE VORLD. For Sale in Honolulu. GANDY'S PATENT Made from the Very Best Hard Wove Cotton Duck. NEVILLE & CO., SOLE AGEXTS, SAN FRANCISCO. THE BEST DRIVING BELT, Xeitber Ilent or Dampness afreets tbem. Tney do not Stretch. Stronger than Leather, Better than Rubber, WILL. OUTXAST BOTH. For Sale in Honolulu. 155-tf my A. ROSA, . wrrtovrv AT T AW 1 TT1 VliTlliY PI'B. A Lie. " Office with the Attorney General, Alii . t IT.l ITnnAlnIn XT T TT1 T-R . V" - f f mr26i2-tf i i i PETER DALTOjS7, No. 91 Kins St. Once more solicits tke patronage 'and support of those who for twenty years knew and aetdt with him Plain Talk Pays Always. ;:;): Peter has for mny years worked for and en deavored to please "very class of the community from the highest in the landlown to the humblest of tbe working classes, and he can say that during that time be never made an enemy tr lost a cus tomer. Now he has again put his hand to the plow , and is as well able and willing to give honest work, good material, and fair value for money w ever yet was done in the Hawaiian Inlands. Has always on hand ' r SlnRle and Double Harness, Express Harness, ' i. Plantation Harness, Whips, Spurs, ChamolsKpongres, ' , Brushes, And everything requisite for the . . , Stable. ITA full line of English and Sydney Sadctji-s, Saddle Cloths, , Blankets, etc.,' always In stock. Vhat he has not got he can make. 290 m J 2G-dfcw : G. j: WALLEK, BTJ TO HE JEi, T THE FRONT. A GREAT BOON TO THE Honolulu. jPublic ! Beer, Teal, Slut ton. I'orh and Fish kept for FOL'lt AYS after being killed by Bell; Coleman's ratcnt Dry Air Refrigerator. Guaran teed to keep longer after delivery than FRESH KIJLXED MEATS. rjttJ-'l'o be had in any of Mr. Waller's Markets. Metropolitan Market, On King: Street. MEAT .FOR SALE ALL DAY. City Market. On Mananu St. I i - r i Hotel Street Market. f On Hotel Street. "t'A Eureka Market. At Fish Market. Hawaiian Market. On Maunakea St.'f Chinese Market, ' On Meek Street. BEEF AND PORK Thnkiug the public for past favors. I so licit a continuation of the same. . 397 tf G. J. WALLER. FOREST MARKET. Corner Hotel and Union Streets. BRANCH OF EEREKA MARKET. Tbe undersigned will open this new market with tbe choicest beet, veal and mutton. Also Fresh Fork Sausages made every day Blood and Eiver Sausage and Bo Iogna a Specialty. All orders promptly attended to Respectfully, EO. D. SCHRAEDER. Forest Market, Telephone No. 363. Eureka Market, Telephone No; 114. 484-aplD GRAHAM PAPER COMPANY, St. Eouls. Mo.. Manufacture and Supply all kinds of Book. News. Flat and Eabel Papers. , Binders Hoards, Twines.;Etc. W. G. RICHARDSON, RESIDENT AGENT, 205 EeidesdorfT Street. Telephone No. 47. HAN FRANCISCO. N. B. Special Attention given to Earire Contracts. 474 tfAw NOTICE. ALL APPLICATIONS FOR BOOTHS AT Kapiolani Park for the Hth. of Jane will now be received by the undersigned at his office. J. E..WISEMAX. By order of the Executive Committee of Kapio lani Park Association. , 10S-ap29-t 'MvtritetmtnlS. C. BIRKS & CO-. 5.1 HIGH STREET. Peckham, London, S. E. 'Colonial Merchants. Indents executed for all kinds of English and Continental Goods, against Bank Credits or Produce, facilities for drawing against the latter. Agencies accepted at 26 per cent on' net amount of manufacturer's invoices, including cash discounts varying from H to 3 per cent. Purchases in im orter's own name. Twenty years' buying experience for export. Reference: Continental Bank, 79 Lombard Street, E. C. 465ap5 65,000 Feet of Galvanized Iron Pipe and Pittins , )si , 1. Vi anl Us Mch- For sale, at very low tigures, by J AS. A. HOPPER, ap4-44-3m-jyl BUEEKA ! "We have received a consignment of the most Economical and Valuable Feed for all kinds of Stock, viz.: COOKED LINSEED MEAL. It Is the greatest Flesh former, Jlilk and . ' .Butter produce- in use... t Oil Cake Meal shows about 27 per ceut. if nu tritive matter; this nearly 39 per cent. 100 tt3. oi this meal Is equal to 300 lbs. of oats, or 318 lbs. of corn, or to 767 lbs. of wheat bran. For Sale in Lots to Suit. Also, oui Cnrlvalled MIXED I KED, as well as our usual supply of the best kinds of Hay, Oats, Wheat, Corn, Etc., Etc. LAINE &, CO. 373 tf HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLES, tor. Hotel and Richard Streets, Honolulu, II. I. Opposite Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Wish to notify the public that they are prepared to furnish BUGGIES, PHAETONS, WAGONETTES, ETC. , With Stylish, Gentle Horses. Horsts boarded by day or month. Saddle Horses to Let. Horses Bought aud Sold. Hacks st all hours day aud night. Any Incivility, reckless driving, overchargiutr, etc., by drivers employed by this Company will please be reported at the office. . 3IILES & MACFARLANE.. Telephone No. 32. 30-Je30 ilAw HONOLULU RESTAURANT Cor. Xnnanu and Merchant Sts., Opposite Royal Hotel, HOXOi-ULU. This favorite restaurant will be re-opened on Saturday, May 9th, fcy Leong Nyan, having been thoroughly renovated and enlarged. The down stairs department will be conducted fs a coffee saloon, and npstairs as a restaurant. Hoard, per week, 84.50. Meals at all hours. lttmy22 G. W. MACFARLANE & CO., A Cor. Fort & Queen Sts.t HONOLULU, H. I. Sole Agents for tills Favorite Brand of CHAMPAGNE. 470tffew M. THOMPSON, ' : ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND SOLICITOR IN' Chancery. Office Campbell's Block, second story, rooms 8 and 0. Entrance on Merchant street, Honolulu, H. I. . 417-apG-tf . v MACFARLANE & CO-, WHOEESAEE, DEAEERS AJTD eral Jobbers -In WLNJba and LIQUOR. so. 13 KaHhnmaun Street. HON OLUX.TT. - 375-tf . H. HACKFELD & CO,, G EXEBAL COMMISSION AGEXTS. 363 tx viueen eu, ttouotuiu, u.i. W. MAJCRTENS. r OPFESOKLT ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO., Importers A Commission Merchants. Vtueen Street. Honolulu. II. I. aua-tf A. S.' OLEGHORN & Co., Importers aud Wholesale and Retail Dealers in General Merchandise, Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Sts. 39-t 8. t. BTAJJLBT. JOHN 8FSCANCK. Spruauco, Stanley & Co., Importers and Jobbers of Fine WHISKIES, WINES AND LIQUORS, A 1 0. Fron t Hi. San Francisco. 473 tf fc w ' M. PHILLIPS & Co., Importers and Wholesale Dealer In Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Men's Furnish lug and Fancy Goods. No. 11 Kaahumanu (street Honolulu, H.I. 36Gtf-wtf S; J. LEVEY & CO., grocers and Provision Dealers. VT - - - Family Grocery and Feed Store. , . Orders entrusted to us from the other island will be promptly attended to. 52 Fort fctt., Honolulu 37tf-wtf , . ; , JOHIi : RUSSELL 1 . 1 ' - ttorney at Euw. .'; 0 ; No. ii MERCHANT STRKKTvKARFORI 35tf-w I I -l . ' . wu. a. JRWK. CLACS 8FBECKBLS 'WM. G, IRWIN & Co., SCOAR FACTORS nud Commission AOJB.NTS.' Honolulu, IX. I. , 8M-tfwtt FRANK GERTZ, FQJliwrter kl-IlaiufactiirerO BOOTS & S HOES XT Orders from the other Islands solicited. . No. Ill Fort St., Honolulu. 37(i-tfwtf , , J. J. WILLIAMS . " So. 103 FORT STREET, ' LeaiiiiL' PMograjlier; rdf: Hdnolnla. WORK FINISHED IN Water Colors, Crayon. .,K. India Ink, or Oil, . ' : Photo. ' Colored, Ac. : The ouly Conrptete Collectioii of Island View : ' , 1 . - Ferns, Shells, 1 ,. . , Curiosities, &c. CHARGES MODERATE: 385tf ALVIN II. KASEMAN,. BOOK BIND.333R,' Paper Ruler and .Blank Book Manufacturer.., , fia Bookbinding of all descript'ou neatly and promptly executed, and at reasonable charge.' : ' Gazette Building,. 392tf - MERChXnT HTBEIOT- THOMAS LINDSAT w Manufacturing Jeweler, vn. AD Viiiiniin Sirr(. . j " - - J2 Opposite Ilollister & Co Honolulu, II. I. Particular attention paid to repairing. 3s2tt J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co., STAflOKERS & NEWS DEALERS, Hawaiian Gazette Block. 27 Merchant St., Honolnln. IL.I. 529-tf' PIONEER Steam Candy factory AND BAKERY. F. HORX, Practioai ronfectloner, - - Pastry Cmk'and Baker. Hotel street. 117 tf TeIephone 74 GASOLINE ! GASOLINE ! IX TK3f OA I, I. OX OKI' MS, Ex MEN DOTA, for sale by Gastlefc' Cooke. . , , 155-mF U-tt PRICE 5 CENTS. iiufrttstmrnfs. J. LTONS. I t. LEVKX. - A.ictionoers A.N I) . General Commission Merchant3f Beaver Block, Queen St., Honolulu. Sales of Furniture. Stock, Real Estt and General Merchandise properly attendoa to Sole Agents fort : American & European HerclaiiJlse. 372-tfwtt J. W. 1U-NOLKV. CO. wooo, J. W. HINGlEY. & CO. McnufArturera of HAVANA CIGARS, Importers, Wholesale and Retail Healers In Totacco, Cigarettes & Smote' Articles TRY Of R Home Manufactured Cigars. Bto. 59 Fort St.. In Campbell's New Fireproof Building, and Xo. tS Hotel '" Steeet. HONOLULU, H.I. 410-wtf T3tirr & U'inck, TJ10 Leading Fashionable Tailors OF NA FRAXci.SCO. No. 20 Jfarket St., : Opposite Falace Hotel. Having already a large trade with Hon6rnlu, they respectfully solicit further Island patronage, and are prepared to complete ordvrs at one day's no tice. I'erfeot sntlsfuctlon guaranteed, ' and ' the finest stock of lniest goods constantly on baud. 491 tfftw JOHN TJTSCHIG, Fasliionablo Copt, Maker, No. 328 Bush Ht.,' Ban Francisco, Cal. Will fill orders in his Hue at the shortest possible notice. Planters will find it te their advantage to call on MR. UTHCHIU before going elsewhere. 9 tfdfcw - ST. MATTHEW'S HALL, TATKO,- CAUFORN'IA. Scliool for Boys. UNDER MILITARY DlbCIVLINE. LOCATi.1) IN .THE REAUTIFUJi VILLAGE of Kan Mateo, on tbe Houtbern Tactile Rail roud.21 miles from ban Francisco. Established In 18fi3. Kourteeli lustructors of reputUoa aud ability. The buildings are extensive, are heated by,steam,and are In every way arranged for Hi health and coralort'of the cadets. TWuityftessioii began July 2uh, ntid the Easter Hession wUl corn nience January 8,- 1985. . , , For further Information and catalogue, Juit out, address " REV. ALFRED LEE RREWER, M. A., 63--ap9-diw-JyO . Triaclpal. CONOVER BROS'. pianos;' 105 EAST HTH ST., i NEW YORK. f '4 i ! J- " ' f '.;;;.:.- 1 7. S The most hrtistlc Upright Pianos ever produced, both for quality of tone and wonderful and elutlo actions. The coming upright pianos of tha world. end for Illustrated catalogue, description fcod prices to , j " F. W. SPENCER & CO., . 4. ' ' t. , .. - ; Pacific Coast Agents, j 23 and 25 Fifth Street.' HAN FRANCISCO. ' ' '475 tfw : WENNER . & CO. 92 Fort Street, . Have on hand New ; Foreign and Hcmeisada Jewelry, Watches, Bracelets, Necklets, Pins, Lockets, Clocks, ' And ornaments of all kind. - ' Silver and Gold Plato Elegant Solid Silver Tea Set. ' Suitable for Presentation. ' ' ENGRAVING AND NATIVF. JEFLRY A Specialty,"-"-' '. ' KeiRirliic l" ll 'HmT branches. tijr sole Agenu'for lilni's Eyk Preierrers. S77-inar9-Iy - '. - ' r-r.i.' MONTHLY: ' TAY3IENTS. All accounts for Advertising1 and Job Printing at the1 : '" 11 i' PacIlie-CoinnierelallAdTertlMer Office will from this date be presented .for pay. . merit monthly. . Honolulu, March 2, 19S5. ; I . 1 .' ' . ; 4 ii n t ? .