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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL A I) VE RTIgE K ; OCTOBER liV 1886.
THE OKA NT; I- ;i:ovks. f;xpkxsive oddities ertisrmrnts. I BRIEF DESCRIPTION O ' MANAGEMEr47 IN fLORiD H Jijllne" tli ill Vlr; n X" Tk tnz from the .Se-fl '-;- i I i I Spc lietw-ee-rt ttf Tie :-: and Packing th t rr.it. FonrU-en years a-;-, tl.-;e -r' 'r Z(-n-efiriTi4 orar.'- tre--,;., I-Vr Ihe cultivation of -the i.-.o-t rfrhich nature yfei'l.V i- ff.- !-.f2iri; ;ry in that star-. It n a gr-Ht u.i THLIR lon of lh f ; :; r fieri n ? WHICH ARE . PEOPLE BOUGHT CY 'WEALTHY FOR THEIR DCG3. Oorr unrated li. Ti.W us fvc't r. iri'lu-i-.' ?i kf- f.'i J be '.e..s f 1 4-'iiun?.i)ii L.t lie a .U-trifte'l in f iii:. tvllar., ietct of AvxiiUr. skill Io-. 'if th Varioo Jr. f I) iA" T) A AT?T T li 1 J FOR SALE NOW 1886.1 BEADY. NOW BEADY I-I. ID. AXcIntvre Ss X3ro., I M PORTEK-- AND DEAl.X K- ;73 thr was no ' I appose that .rariK- are ruw n in every art of Florida Only the v-uth r --itral jart is available for th- purp'j.- iullc aut the Industry will yet Near expansion to dimension' now uiidre'imed f,' 'I he do mestic A-.d foreign dman 1 incr a.-- 1 con ttantly. Wild forest land han 1 n mad.- wonior fully productive of inl or-i;. -. in what 'ayi" ,11 the r.i-f;s but the wild orano '.j-een were cleared mwiv, and ti:-e were ;ut down and budded. To df- r- in de tail the manner in which th'-e productive proves were started: In the ."..rest, grew. many kinds of hard wood frees mixed with the natural wild rng". Toe forest ;rees excepting the-.su were cut down and taken away, and their root -i and all small olanta cleared, ho that abiindnn sunlight nd air could got to the wild ... ug: trees. These were then cut down to about three !eet from the ground, arM t li-ir top cov red with wax, to prevent the renjainirijr limber from Hplittirikr In the .pareof three or lour w-jeka IuIs j-.tarted to row out of the mutilated trunks. Two healthy Dries on each side were saved and their growth carefully observed until the .shoots were about half an inch in diameter. At this time one wan selected in preference to the other, whieh was killed, and there wa.s inserted within the chosen shoot a sweet hud. The trunk was then carefully trimmed down to where the saved and grafted shoot wa growing from. r Bt'WJlXO FROM WKI.I. K O VV V YlillT. Tltere are people who' fancy that select ing the best seed of ch ire "n ranges, plant ing them in a nursery ted, and removing tbe yoting trees on the grove when they are about 2 or 3 years . io is letter thao bud ding. The prefera!) e way always is to bud from well Jtnbwn fruit, livery grove-, how ever originated, has its nursery, and there are -besides. ...nurseries throughout ' r.e i orange-growing section of Florida, in which j experiments are made with the.-eed of j choice fruit imported from China uad ! Europe. j Best seerta are plant;'l In the serd bed. ; After growing lire or six months there tho young trees are removed to the nursery bed, where they are nlut i foot apart in In rows three feet apart. As their growth necessitates, in the course of time they are set out two feet from eaeh other, preserv ing, however, the same rows. When a year old the bnd 1 inserted, insuring, the nature and quality of the fruit lobe in time gathered from the trees. ; It waa originally supposed that all . orange trees When set out should be plae:-.l ! In a particular kind of "soil. This i'.'ea has j bc.n exploded by practical tests which i demonstrate the feasibility of growing theia In eT ry tlona being eo The spaces o.-.tv.cen tlie trees nr.- 1 vrlth variously. There sre gnwe.-- take u horse and ordinary cultivatcr. ; i-l ! keep the soil etirrud lip by cw::tn. r- It I- j vatloa, thuHocstroying the weec : and koep- j lut tlw land clear. Others pl,irt cow peas j between the trees, which in t5.t--.-e or four ; weckH cnvr the groui d, and .serve by their arie.-y of soil, other "ondi- grov7th to protect from excessive hea i .'iu ro .?i o Of the sm : ' c trees rnu to let in air. In the tall he cow pea.- a -e ploweil j In and serve to enrich the jo.J. OKTU&RISO ASP VXUUS'-J i Tt " F .ii f.T. ! Orange trer-3 not tmddddo u.' be;ir nn- i til they are at least l) year- :-!d, but those ; budded ' in two or three -.vara from the j time of budding. They improve in pro- ductiveness with age, and ttiei:- fruit -:ru- i proves in quality with the Iap-e of time, .' having thinner rind and fewer 'eds. When trees get in goou bearing they j will run fro n l,f)00 to ;i, ."()) oranges each. : Unlike European producers, Florida j growers do not gather the. fruit until it is ripo or nearly s . In Spain or Italy it is j cut while green. The height of the ITor- I Ida season is the middle of February. ! Oranges are ripe and tit for market in November, but are in t heir prime in -Jan- j nary and February. The greatest care is ; taken in cutting the fruit. His ladder ; having been placed against the tree the plucker ascends it, provided with clipping j scissors attached to a sort of nip. He re- moves the fruit, leaving asnnillgtem to j each orange. The clipped fruit is removed ' from the cup into which it has fallen ; while being cut, into a basket hooked to; the ladder, basket fuls are emptied into ! the boxes, and these removed to the sort- ! ing-house. j There the oranges are "sweated" from ; twenty-four to forty-eight hours, by which I forcible, if not elegant expression, is un- derstood that during the time specified j they are left to exude water through the ; skin, thereby toughening it. The fruit is' then placed in racks allowing the freest access of air and drying it thoroughly.:' ... er ,- - .;rv?vlfrr aproned sort brands in front of an inclined trough perforated with different sizes of round holes. He sends the fruit gently down an inclined plane, with the result that each of the oranges drops through its appropriate hole Rnd the largest remain in the trough. Wrapping in tissue paper comes next in order, then boxing and shipment to market. Cor. Philadelphia Call. The I"utur of Mormon Ion. I asked Judge Ilaskin, of L'tah, what was to be the future of the Mormons. He replied: I believe that the Mormons will have Joe Smith's son as the head of their church within five years, and that they will acjvpt his doctrine. This man is now In Illinois, and he teaches Mormonisni as it was taught by his father before polyg amy and temporal government by tha church was mixed up w ith it. The Mor mons of Utah are being converted to thii doctrine, and if the government continues to legislate against polygam-, I think thej will adopt it. The only thing that keep! the Mormon church together now in political way is the desire to upho'.l polyg amy. This being taken away the manage ment of temporal a flairs will pass out of the hands of the church and it will be come like any other religious denomina- tlon. Then Utah will grow, and it will i take its rank among the v ester n states a I one of the most fertile an 1 wealthy amonjj ! them. "Carp"' in Cleveland Leader. j The marriage and death rate in Loudon ' last year were the lowest on record, audi the birth rate the low est since 1n. Sampson brought down the house, but ! nobody called for un encore. Texas fcsft- ' lags. vsr el.ooo in- i in clog collars, ; annually ex- j . pended J:i this line of canine adornment, j Many a 'log belonging to a Boston or New ; : York dnde or .ludine pos.sess.es a collar j : wh;ch cor.t.s more than the entire ward-I robe of many a man or v, oi:van of respecta- I bie K'-ial standing, and it is said that once ! a Xe'.v Fork gentleman sent a dog collar i wort h ii-' oiV to a young lad ,' whem he fancied rather than hr dog. The collar vas made of gold and ornate with dia- rnoi.-d.-, r bies and garr ars ? is con- sidered a not extravagant sntn in these i fashionable cities to be expanded on their j favorites, or rather is or.ite an ordin- j fi.ry surr. to ray for a dog collar. There Is j as muc h fashion in a log collar as there i j in the cut of r. coat, for eac:h breed of dog j has a different collar to suit his particular j line of beauty or the color of his hair. ; liKM.S afstistk; ?kill. i There are collars which are gems of artistic, skill, then there are other collars wlnc;h almost, strike awe int--, the beholder from their warlike aspect; theu again there are -ilk, velvet, satin and feather red tars decorated with bells a- 1 banirles. In the cities of Philadelphia and New York the bangle collar is extremely fash ionable, and ii. is considered quite a mark of honor for a young lady to ask hr gen tiemar: friends for their monograms or a tif"-. ' jrie-e to attach it to their dog's collars. Many a proud pug, when a pug was fashionable, con id '. seen in the ciiies with a -?-"') Oogeoi'ar and about twen'y o j)ieces attached to his collar. In tiufh, the manufacture of tlie dog-collar has brought about the necessity of the dog. Ladies who before destested dogs hae been known to purchase largely aftr they came under the fascinating in fluence of an expensive dog-collar. Dog men will tell you that fashionable Boston and New,York: ladies generally purchase their collars first, and then l.,ve tbe town scoured for a dog to fit it. Men, too, who have determined to be ultra-fashionable are not unlike in this respect. The Li.m'isome dog-collar brought on the dog craze. Boston, as before remarked, is par excel lence in the city for dogs, it being said that a dog of any pure breed whatever will easily bring fr.r to S100, while in dog col lars Boston spends aO,000. New York can nat show such figures. San Francisco is now spending 110,000 in dog collars and it is estimated that within the next five years this city will more than double that amount. Philadelphia stands high in the estimation of dog men, but there the dogs patronized are of the smaller breeds. In Minneapolis the dog men find a congenial city. It is simply overran with cloy-- curs H.nd good dogs and the peculiarity of the U wnspeopi of Minneapolis Is that they .-ill warn their dogs collared. Chicago, too, Jsl.o'.' well, spending a grvAt rt- al of money logs and on their collrra. The people of ht. Louis are loth to r,art with dollars f.vr dogs and much less so for col lai ?, v hile Den ver, for its small size, is mentioned in terms of respectful admira tion. Kansas City, Mo., is liberal in purchase, and it is expected that within a few years there will be larger purchases thre than in St. Louis. The cities which .spend most in dogs and dog col'ars are in this order: Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Chicago. S-.m Francisco, St. Louis, Cincinnati and H u t ford. But fashion springs in New York, from New York come the rules which govern the style, for New York are especially manufactured the latest novelties. VUi I'GS AUK IN TEMAXI. In the eastern states big dogs are in de mand, the western states are undecided, but take a mixture of large and small, Oiile San Fr;ineip, i-i nrrinrinnrmtlu fni- the small dog. The pug has become vul gar. When the pug was a high-priced animal there was not a woman of wealth in the east of taste and position who did not have a pug. Pugs were imported wholesale. A pug was no longer a rara avis, but has gone decidedly out of fash ion. From the obese and ugly, ill-proportioned pug public dog affection set itself upon the burly mastiff, the huge New foundland, the sagacious St. Bernard, the treacherous collie, and the ferocious blood hound. . Always high-priced, their values rose higher. Fabulous sums were given for any of these kinds. But the sun of popularity of the mastiff, the collie and the Newfoundland is already in the wane end that of the fox-terrier and the SL P.ernard is in the ascendant. A fashionable dog s dress does not al- ! ways solely consist of his collar, as did frta - Maori chiefs full dress when invite-Io'"-ie British ball. There are bocj to a who are afflicted with so- .- for doS3 coats for dogs, a'-'-"1 JA'e eet'- there ar9 all harnes Xn '"dets for dogs, and, above drestay ' J lor tfie pretty pets. The full J nariiess at first a excited little ridi cule, it being made so that a number of strops should go around the dog's body, and so that when he came to a muddy crossing the lady could pick him up and c arry him ncross the street in the same manner a man has to carry to a railway station a number of parasols loosely done up in a shawl. It soon became the rage in in New Y'ork, and the ladies declared that tho boots and the full dress prevented a great deal of pneumonia. It was, after a good deal of thought, decided that clogs should not be led by collar and chain, as the sudden haul upon the dog's neck when he turned a corner against his mis tress' inclination was noticed in many chu's to cause a rush of blood to the dog's head; so invention was brought to bear, and after several sc ientific meetings on the part of the ladies, the manufacturers were told to make an extension harness, so that strain should bc brought upou the shoulders. Sun Francisco Chronicle. .ii- THE Honolulu Planing 3Ii!l. o. 7, S and 9 loot Lengths. IKoctl? Wm. Ii. Irwin 4 Co OFFER FOI! SALE Sugars. OK Y OKAMXATEIj In Karrls, Half Barrels, And 30-ixiurtd Hoxem. CCBK 1 11 Half Barrels And 25-pound Roxt-s. I'OV.'l.KKEI)- Xn iO-pounl Bori. Third Year of Publication. rPPIK HONOLULU 1SS6 Groceries Provisions and Feed, XAST by COILVKP. FORT AM' KlXlt sTKEKTs. i i r r i iii IJUxU A V A f X ) DIEECTOrd In lfc (COFFEE, If Barrel And :iC-pouml Buxw4. Teas. Soap. BLUE MOTTLED, FAMtLY LAU.NDRT. Salmon. 'f Corurtl Beer AND I.uiirli TituiruM, Flour. FA MIL V i'.n quarter rutcka), BAKSit'H EXTRA (1 blf sck8, Cs Medium Hread. Lubricating Oils. Lime and Cement. (nlioiilz.i CvrrujrRted Iron KvoUue. 6. 7nJ S foot lengths. RIDGING- MANILA A n-1 SIM A L OORDAOE, Keed's Felt Steam Pipe and Boiler Covering. 2 "A TENTH, (suitable for camp ing and surveying parties.) 11S 'J PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser STEAM BOOK AND JOB PRINTING 01TICE H prepare'! to do nil kinds of Commercial & Legal Work COKRKCTLY AND WITH DISPATCH. Having just received a Complete and New Assortment of Job Types anil Ornaments A Cure for the Nose IlleeU. An old English charm for curing nose hleed is a curious one. If a person is sub jvet to nose bleed he may ytTect a cure by going to a person of the opposite sex and requestim? him or her to purchase a piece of lace, such n.s nny bo specified, for the person makimr the request. Whn the lace is brought tl;e ieison must take it an-:l neither pay for it nor return thanks for it. He must make u nec ktie out of the lace and wear it nr nine days, an 1 he will never have the nose delphia Call. bh-ed aain. Phila- : : i - ':itTjillnrH A fl'ei It has been de: Sl.-i'er tha' muiciie; ic lU l e!;! -. cU-veli-.'e.uent and ev 15u!-t .-.l by I".le t rieity. -.r ite I hy Mr. .7. V. a're atFeCted by uicli liin-K-r their :i kill them. Boston Tbe Ferstau Heir A pp-.ireii t's Humor. Massood 2dirza (Prince Felicitous;, the Persian heir apparent, is a short, stout man of 27 years. When talking t j a per son Le generally shuts his left eye, which gives a very humorous expression to his countenance. This humorous expression is particularly uoticeabid when he orders a man's htad to be cut off Detroit Fi.e Presi. The SalxuUotiists of Greut Itritain. During the past year r0,0o0 have been contributed to the .Salvation army in Great Britain alone, and 1,U"0 yiris have been rescued from the streets, and nineteen homes for the friendless established. Inter O'ean. (battle from" Arizona now pass through New Mexico with through bills of b.iinj I witL.om.t Ukspection. Of the Latest Stvlet. from the most Cede bra ted Foundries of the United States, and employing only Experienced and Tasty Workmen, we are prepared to turn out letter Head. Bill HefwlH. (ircnlRM, IleHiU, Maten.eulN, HIIIm of IUIhk-, Ctiiitrarlit, .MortKHK' IIInukM, ftliipltiiii; 'nilrROlH. tin Hawaiian fc KiiK'.kni Cnlriidars. ItUnk 4 li-L, Stuck Certitlcalen. RitinenH CardN. nritl -liec4H. Milk Ticket. Rank Ctie-ks Rolit. firrlHtf (rt I tlon tew. Diploma. CntnloKue, IUttlll)C lMU And in fact everything which a tirst-cluss offic can Jo- ILLUSTRATED, For the Year of Our Lord 1SSG, Je cools reet-iTeii etcrv Praluc by every awacar.. a a ors cit? ire o! ci!iir. IsiacJ ervler prtcset from the K;istern atn i and Eufopi. .--"rth California jp;hf lily .t;.-;ide.l to. a:.c! tiwxls diiverfti to nay part of th soLc:ttrJ. 'Sat.ifacwOD sannauvJ. Po-ito:Ect; Pox "o. Ui T ap;r 'ontainint; an Astronomical, Civil k Ecclesiastic 1 CalendT " EUREKA," "PAKAGOX" AM) "RED CROSS Cotton Ztiibber IJnel FIRE HOSE, 99 Kuhfr Hos. Mi urts, I cHiug, P.Jbbrr PACk'.ut!, 36 C'ttliforuiji siret-t. H. an.i L, Truoit an l Kite lpartm-:u supplies n-rIIy. Sqattr Flat ir,, rtr. rej f-r ciri jiUrs h.'s1 VlVe. W. T. Y i--.rf tij.i SCHF.NCK, .un Fraiiclseo, C al FOR TTli: YKAB AN- Official and Business Directory of Honolulu TCMiKTHKK WITH Full Statistical and General Information RELATING TO THE II AWN ISLANDS. Great pains and expense Lave been gone to by the Publishers to make this Almanac and Director- the most useful and comprehen sive work of the kind ever published in the Hawaiian Kin&rdom. It j will be found invaluable to men of business, travelers and" tourists, ! and is guaranteed a wide circulation at Home and in Foreicm Coun tries. Its Court and Oflicial Calendar carefully corrected to the lates moment. Articles of special value to the Islands have oeen prepared by ex pert writers, which are well calculated to beget reat interest in their condition and prospect abroad. " Elegantly Illustrated. THE HONOLULU IHON WOItKS CO. Have completed riiI olfer lor al4 tlie lol low In if Holler. iat 1 PAIR COMI'OUXD STEEL JJOILERS 1 Combination Roiler, 1- ft. x 5 ft. (5 in. 1 Combination Steel loilei 12 ft. x 1 ft., also 1 Second-Hand Tubular Boiler, 12 ft. x 4 ft. Apniy to Tlie Honolulu Iron works Co. M. Y. McCHESiNEY & S0JS? HAVK P.IX'EIVED H. S. CEOCKEI o May 8th Per Mariposa, 1,754 Packages ; May 22d -Per Alameda, 1,922 Packages To Arrive Per Consuelo. 332 Packages, mi? iSSOETED s1 ri,T GE0CEE1ES 215, 217, 219, Bush street, San Franeiso. Stationei'.s T-Viiitei-s, I i tl i o$r: i i 1 1 u v a no Blank- Book Maimfacturer: iy2:i Sin 'Til l k) 1 U I.imlttl STEAMER KINAU, (King, Cormiiaimer). INTER-ISIA.NB Steam Navigation Co. .l.IMfTKD. STEADIER W. G. HALL, (MALl'I.ANI,) WHICH Will be Sold at the Lowest Market Jates-. M:. W. McChesney Son, 97-my22-ly 4-i hikI -if q ! ii Strrt. Honolulu. Comma nde Man!, and Kona Leaves Honolulu as per following fkthule. : tnuoblug at Iitiaina, M;i;tl:i.i, Mak&ua, Malm- : kona, KaWHihae Lauimhot ho-. lliluainl Keauliou: ' BATES CoiafU-iiciii)f on JIOXLiAV. Juiy 2rt, IHHti, and on every alternate Monday at 4 . in., the Kiiifiu ' WUl run ree-ular;y to MaaltM-a will make tne VOI.CA NO 'I HI P. reHcli'.oje Keau- I an J Kan. Iluwali. hou on Wednesday niornliiK. here horses and' carriages sre in waitlns to convey passengers to j tue VOLCANO HOUMK (live ii.iies in the saddle , and nine n.iU. by carriage,. STEAMER IWALANI, Passengers by this route wul liave two days ' and two nights at the VOLCANO HOCSK. ' I TICKETS EOK THE Jiftl .NO Mill' TO THE JrKEEMAN . VOLCANO. FIETY IOLLAHS. WHICH FAYwl ALI.CHAKGEM. j ill run reirnlarl.v The KIiihu will arrive In Honolulu Sunday au'- A'n'. Kaun, mornings on Volcano trips. On II. lo tri;n, , leave Honolulu on Tuesdays, ami return sauirduy j PAS.SE.VOKH TRAINS will connect with the! Kinau at Mahukona j The Kinau WILL TOUCH at HonokaU and ' Paanhau on down trips from IIPo for Passengers j t a signal is rnade I'rom the saore. j Commande :a Naw ilivi-iii. Koloa, EleeJe 1876. GEO. y. LINCOLN, 1886. BUILDER. 75 and 77 Kinp- Street, Bell Telephone Xo. 275. Honolulu, .Mutual Teleitlione Xo. 3. iNEW GOODS JUST RECEDED. -:o:- 0. R. lilSHOP, STEAMER M A CA L'I.EV Comma nder Will run rejfi.Iarly to Kumoa, Maui, and Kukul haele, Honokid and i'aaulian, Hawaii. STEAMER LIKELIKE. iLorenzen, Coniniaiuler;, Leaves Honolulu everv Mondav p - i Wp:ilt.. jtJoi,, 'Aahul, "iftuelo. liana and KipahuluT: Very week: Kettiiae, Mokuiau and Nuu every other week. Heturnins, will Btop at the ai.-ove porta, arrivintr hack Saturday mornings. For mails and passengers only. I ii i r. - i r um SHELF HARDWARE LOCKS, KNOBS, PADLOCKS, HOUSE FUKNISHING GOODS, a full line of A GATE WA li K, Eddys & Jewettftn.ms, u ater Filters and rj Mowers, 1 1 i ict- Chests. White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, new pattern, Eacy Lawn ' JtoUffTir Mats. (Jaruen and Caiml IJarrnws. Axe. H 'e. Pick mid Fork Handles. Krliet und JAMES MAKEE, ..Commander Will run regularly to Kapaa. Kauai. T. R. FOSTEtt, J. Exa. Secretary. President. 7S-ap7-ly STEAMER KILAUEA HOU, (Cameron. Commander;. Will leave regularly for Iihalna, Paanhau, Ko ho.ftlele, Ookala, Kukhlau, Honotdna, Laupahoe hoe, Hakalau and Onomea STEAMER MOKOLIL (McOregor. Commanaer), Leaves for the followirg ports every alternate Monday at S p. m.: Commencing AnKust 2 To l.anai, Kamalo. Pi koo, Lahaina. Oiowalu. P.eturniiiff to Lahaina, I'ukoo, Kamalo, I-anai, arriTing at Honolulu Sat urday morning. Commcnrim; Aue"sl9 To Kaunakakal. Kama lo, Pukoo, Halawa, Wallau, I'elekunu, Kalanji Keturnina to I'ukoo, Lahaina. Olowulu, Lahii I'ukoo, Kamalo, Kaunakakai, arriving at lulu Saturday morning. TLANTEKS, ATTENTION ! l.5?irrS Hoeftt a superior article. Cut-down Muskets, 1'owdt-r, shot und CapH. Fence Wire and Sta)les. Manila and Sisul Rope. The latest Novelties in Lamp Oood'i. The very l.est and second grade Kerosene Oils. ierry Eros. Furniture Varnish. For sale at the lowest luaiket rutes hy tlie PACIFIC HAEDWAEE COMPANY, i Just received, ex l.rig CONSL'EI.O, 1 1 8 Fine 011110 Moles Miiccp-.orM to J'ox't Street (LIMITED), JOilliuIiaiii V Co. " NHHIIiel ott. Honolnln tfW The Company will not he responsible for any freight or packages unless receipted for, nor for personal bagjfaire unless plainly marked. Not responsible for money or jewelry unless placed in charge of the Purser. Which are offered for Apply toj 1 ' sale on reasionahle terms. T T - r . -W--V X T - W T . 1 s . , . All possible care will be taken of Live Stock, but ! 11 lT I l A' III lsk of accident. ' ' " ' ' --' v the Company will not assume any risk NAM'L 5. WILDER, President. S. B. KO.SK, Secretary. OFFICE Corner Fort aud ijneen streets. 9-ly Mar 30 10G sap2'J tf To all HAWAIIAN'S and FKIENDS OF- II A V A I I SKI! Tbe undersifrned pive.o notice that he will lie. in attendance at the Palace grounds from this i date to the 1Mb cay of November, to receive the ; gifts of all who wish to express tl.t-ir loyalty and : aloha for His Majesty Xintf Kalukaua. on thej occaaionof the i Celelration j N. CUHKY & BltOTllLK, IMrORTEP.S AND DEALERS IN SHOT wruns. lUfies and Pistols, Colt Winchester, Kennedy and Martin Magazine lilfles. liemiiuf ton, sharps and Ballard sporting Rifles. Agents for W. W. Jreener. Colt. Parker and Remington Breech-loadinir Double Ouns, Colt and Smith t Wesson Pistols. N. Cl'RRY t BRO.,113 san some street, sari Francisco Cal. 'sifi-ly FRANK CERTZ, Fj Importer and MaMactnrer Of all Descriptions of BOOTS & SHOES Orders from the other Islands solicited. Xo. 114 Fort St.. Ilouolulr. ift-tfwt WILDER &d CO., IMPORTERS AXD DEALKIiS IN Lumber and. Coal, Doors, Sash and Corrugated Iron, more. Blinds. All kinds of P.CILDERS' HARDWARE, Pain,,, Oils, Glass. Mat tint Portland Cement: STEEL NAILS, much superior to Iron, and cost but lit. 101-mv2-ly JO I-I 'a NOTT His Maiesiv's 50th Birllnlay.: ruriiLSiieu ur uiiiiiriiisiieu The articles presented will he duly registered. and cared for as the free-will t;ir'ts of a loving people to their King, in accordance with the custom of our country; an J it is requested that thy may he ivea In charge of the undersigned at as early a dite as possible. JOHN A. (U MMINS. Marshal of PirtLday c'ereiucnie. HooctJttw Stoves, Ranges amlgHoiisekeepins Goods. V COTTAGE ON LVNALH.O AND PIKOII STS., furnished complete for housekeeping, l ae of horse and carriage. lrse garden. Apf lyto 127-octTtt CH As J. IISUFL. Cor. Fort and Hotel t. Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work