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J . Y: . ! BOATS 1 a IT rr: of l'KICE 5 CE VOL. VI. NO. 107. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATUUDAY, JULY 1(5, 1887. 1 'f S If A H 1 si lTilr ' i -if "'it I IB - I- f ft! '.it ; t i TIIK DAILY Pacific Coiutiiei cktl Advertiser IS l'l'BLUIIRD Kvt'iT Mornini: Except Suiuhiys. SI'IIM'ICU'IIONS : A ivkk nKK, iie t'.ir AllVKKlliK.K, Sl UlUlltllt A 1V Kit I lsicK, t!ir-e uiitiith.t IAir.y I. C Daily 1 ' 1i i.v I. Daii.v i. C. v K I lKii, t-r imiitti WkKKLY V. . . IJVKKI'InKK. Ullf your 5 00 F SurHTlpUon. V, lnitai,'yj r. i'. a. i inciiiHijj 6 50 Some Strmii;t l.iti'Hiy l.!L.iu llev. . Half's remarks tMi the in Hut.'tK'e f Kn.ks in th, formation of cliaructt-r rail to iuitt-1 the strange lit tr&ry likings of some crlrl-ratol nu-n. NapoKi'ii na.l and rt-rt-ai.l Tho Sor rows of NVfithtr." In tho suikIs of K.:y;.t, in the mud of I'olaud, on the :-;-;'.'U limut'e or r-..-. uf the is utiuumtal ttila. he carried ''u-luorivetl volunit' with liim and almost ,4(l'ltl"l; it. He Jetighte,! iJ..vthe by -Z I how h had fr:i-;iirJi I tin litrln i .. tirst Lx ur. and how he had read to aa a-3i-in rroiiu of ofticert.. ' ' shadovJ tlie pyramid. NarxleoJftoia. very tT'erent Ukks. the rninam-ta of Kestd de la Divtoinie, and had a marked predilection f-r thts.lo.ical treatises as well. ( Jvthe loved The Vioar of Wake field." ar:d Cowjvr. the hymn writer, a child in purity of life azid thought, who would have shrunk from a Tom Jones a? from pollution, yet delighted in the his tory of Joseph Andrews. The question is, were any of these men greatly in tiuenoed by what they read, or did they possess dual natures, one of which in sisted on U.-in satL-tied? Anybody who chooses may auswer tnis ltoa Transcript. Tlit j psi-4 h M uiiiaiei. As far tan k as tht gypsies can tell any thing aUuit themset-.-es they have U en u wamlering jieople. In Hungary the nu feicians are the highest class of Ronuinies and are lu-eded on all occasions. Every body loves music there, and no christen ing, wedding or funeral would bt complete witlmut it. The pieces most liked are those of rvpsv orisrin: we caL them czardases. The musicians learr. only by ear. ami practice by following a leader bit by bit through the entire piece until they have memorized it. The or chestras are made up ciostly of violins, with a ci upie of clarionets and the eym laLs a harp like instrument that lies Mat oi a table and is struck by the player with t o small sticks. iSueh bands wan der all o er Euroje and parts of Asia anc Africa, and everywhere tliey find theii Romany brothers speaking the Roman j language. Of course it is tUtTerent ir every country, but we can always under stand one another. Before I learned English or French I could speak intelli gently with English or French gypsies. Globe-Democrat Interview. The Chameleon's Coloration. But of all the parti colored reptiles the chameleon is by far the best known, and on the whole the most remarkable for hLs inconstancy of coloration. Like a lacer tin Vicar of Bray, he varies incontinently from bull to blue, and from blue back to orange again, under stress of circumstan ces. Tlie mechanism of this curious change is extremely complex. Tiny cor puscles of different pigments are some times hidden ir the deptlis of the chame leon's skin, and sometimes spread out on its surface in an interlacing network of brown or purple. In addition to this prime coloring matter, however, the ani mal also ixv-sesses a normal yellow pig ment and a bluish layer in the skin wh'h acts like the iridium glass so largely employed by Dr. alviati, being seen as straw colored with a transmitted light, but assiuning a faint lilac tint against an opaque absorbent surface. While sleep ing the chameleon Ix-comes almost white in the shade, but if light falls upon liim lie slow ly darkens by an automatic pro cess. Cornhill Magazine. Artiste Model in Position. Shifts are usually employed to help artists" models in ilit'ncult' positions, and often display considerable ingenuity. Zolfany'a celebrated figure of the "Academy Life School" in 1770 shows how the model's uplifted arm was sup ported by a string from the ceiling, as it would be now; for instance, in Mr. Birch's "Last Call," the falling horse man is ' hung ia chains," suspended from the rafters in a position he could not otherwise assume. '-The Headlong Fall of Lucifer" has. ere now, been painted with the model standing in a suitable attitude on a mirror, the neces sary apiiearance of foreshortening being obtained from the reflection. ."Young Bacchus" has been kept vivacious and laughing for hours by an assistant shoot ing sweetmeats into his open mouth, while an expression of wondering and complacent admiration has l ?en planted on Galatea's" face by the simple ex pedient of placing a looking gloss for her to gaze into. The Argonaut. Omaha Boy "Say, i-. Mr NieefelloW be-.T'd Oil 1' you know pardon for -r-ooin' on voin ai'" ;in I'Miin .i ii - i i hole in it: J" Om tha Mi-' "Well, what An" '"U said it didn't matter of it?'. ' dad of it?" "Yes. .. l.ii. an' vou was . i M . ..1 t . . - . . , ' fi r- i -t' . i i 1 : . I r , t "C iu-e vu us. 'i oj .i.. ...... . inow what vouM do with yoiir-elf if hadnt nuv tnniiT io meimr eu. you ii h-it of d. 1 sav? "U w a-n t nr. t i i I T i m Vicefellow that stepped on your dress. It was me." O, you horrid, awkward little '--'-! TU jakiu you alive." 'Vf9 - - THE JANESE. KIraI trunk an 1 iitrro;; leiliiiti. rlit out-s, (ioud ;irure llim-itr. Iii his leituu' J'lvesso Kduaid S. Mur..e U an by coriti't'"of tht very mm mon but erroneous iJc tyhat tlie I'hinesc and Jajanese rcM. UiMt t'Jrh other. Thev aiealhliateil in blovd. ttf he could aluio.-t say that the AnuuVfiis risemble the I'hine.-x more th;i:i o their inulai neihUrs. The niilt'. hurrying crol. Ujn.n the 'lune.e streets, the bti-tliii;.; mercantile .spirit, the customs of th t d ie. the aicliittvture- almost every peculiarity in detail, when held up and compared with those of the dapane.se, how that tlie Chinese resemble Aineri caim moie i lowly than they do then .Mongol ticihU'fi The Japaiii-.e-t!o not, as their tradi tions say. come hom mih, but are the re.-uit of an aihnixtiuv if many bloods from many uiirce.-,. 'i'he Chinese would, as i-ne ha- aiJ. "d:o!d ilear at a platter of rice u sinio fact as to the eau.es of things." '1 htf Japaueao seek coiistaiitly for caitsutioa. and their .jtienth comes from the constant scircii for reasons, v hde thv diiiit se are content t accept results wijluut cm. sik n. Tlie JiHiaue-x1, in po! iteiuSo, gent Icihn-, kindliness, and all that nuies life s eet and graceful, aiv as far in advance ti us as w i are of tln.i ra del Fue '.cans. The Japauo.se have i,.. lvv wdi,iVrent lanmia-Cs. H'O.vsjvak pv,h syllabic and write a ""'(KKsydabic Lm'uaV.e. As if wo were Pertl .. ;,!:!'-sh I (o mvuk .17 " Klltllsfi Jill. I . nr. in " " '-itten hin- Thev cannot SfjeOK tlit'ir .... guage. When a Japanese youth leaves school at IS lie knows perhaps tj.oOU or 3.(n0 words, each representing a distinct idea. Later, if he studies, he mav know 10.100 or l'. 000. If he Uvomes a pro found student he will master ."O.OOo or GO.ooo. The written lannaLre is simnlv an archaic Chinese. The sjieaker then descril wd the political status of the mikado, the llst miuarch of his name, and the social distinctions of the empire. The records of the dynasty are scarcely valuable, a.- the priests" of the days when Buddhism first gained a hear ing in Japau tampered with their records in order to give their church an anti.iiitv equal to that claimed for Buddha. The present mikado is the first of twenty rulers who has Uvn known to set his foot upon the grot-ad. or ujion whose face the vulgar havebver been allowed to look. In JajKin. tlie farmer stands above the merchant, the teacher alvi the farmer. and the Samri at once the lighters, poets and artist highest among the com moners. Below the merchants are the laborers, the coolies on the street and, lowest of all, a class of outlaws. Tlie Japanese are at all times iolite they never have an imjMilite mood. American slapping on the back and "how are you. Bill." manners are utterly in comprehensible to them. Japanese do not kiss. shaki hands or embrace. Thev simply Ikjw. sometimes for five minutes at a time. Their bows are so nicely grad uated as to express a wide range of sen timent. They are never petulant, and they laugh when they see an American lose his temer. They never swear they have nothing to swear with. Thev haven't even the feminine profanity of "Oh, my!" "good gracious" or "dear me." rioting upm the street is consid ered a rudeness, even among children and the very poor. It is not only rude to contradict another, but rude to have a different opinion. This ha its disadvan tages, especially when one is in search of information, as no one will ! impolite enough to eonv-rt his errors. Women are the servants at their own tables, as they do not sit with their husbands or neighbors. It is rude to criticise food or service at a hotel or restaurant. There every comer is a guest as if at a private house. No matter how pressing one's business at a house, it is rude to mention it until the very last thing, and then only inci dentally. The same is true of a letter. There may le a roll of paper sixteen feet long, with fifteen feet and nine inches of humbug, and three inches of business, the only tiling for which tlie letter is written. No woman is ever insulted or even an noyed on the street. A lady may travel by night or day, unattended, throughout Japan quite safe from any affront. Kind ness to animals is universal, and has be come proverbial. Crows are the scaven gers upon the city streets, and are never harmed. Bird build in city houses; wild fowl alight in the jonds of the parks. If a dog g'es t sh-ep in the busiest street, the crowd will turn aside rather than dis turb him. A dog does not know what is meant when a stone is thrown at it. In a busy village street in the inland sea. the speaker ha.- walked with tlie wild deer which has come- in from the f--rest trott ing, at either side of him. waiting for the rinds of the watermelon whleh he wa, eating. The people study nature with a true artistic instinct which shows its ef fect in their wonderful skill in the me chanical arts. The Japane-e have neither corns nor other miseries'" of the feet, and have wonderful command of th-ir toes for various useful purposes, which speaks well for their shoes. The partitions in Japanese houses are nimply movable screens, and not only can these be removed and all the rooms thrown into one. but most of the outer walls may also 1.- taken out, and in hot weather the family inhabits an oen. airy position. In jeakiijg of hoii-ehold mat ters, the sj aker referred to the harming diversity of finish and ornamentation, the exquisite finish, the entire abseiiee of stiffness and formality and the bilateral monstrosities which mark the arrange ment of so many of our houses. The speaker said that for a Japanese to come to an American table and see a man heaving at a gory piece of meat with a knife is an experience peculiarly CUSTOMS OF j horrible. Knives are unknown ujjou ' Japanese tables. The chopsticks are uni j versal, and they have some decided ad- vantages over knives and forks. Detroit Free Presa - - - ROYAL INSURANCE CMP'Y OF LIVERPOOL. CilMlAL - H.tUU.tHK I'M.lMl l KD 1.1 AUII.Il V. l.iir' liisiirtiiK't' iii all tloKiipUuii 11r' lusiirtiiK't' in Hi I I' Will 1C f!lf U-ll tit Mo'llTUtH ItlllfS Of iTr-Ui UUl, by tin; IHulf I aisl,"l. W.M. il. 1 IX A l 20-KtW lt Mtttnuii-I'.-i lor llaw. 1 rlrtl l U 1SJ I O N Fire :uul Marino lnsur;xiuo Co. Xetttiiiitl. : tio,oo,ooo CAl'lli l' UniiiiV IXiiUIMkiI J'i-3 ln.imlulii, tur Uie Hiiwulruu Ulnn.U, Um mi-tt-rs.iiiu',1 ure irep:ir.-a l U' i ei't iisWfc.it;iiiiisl tiro In lw t-aintsK, MUHfS wtirs'lu.iisi-n tui-1 uu-ritiuaulWf uii fuviratl tiTins. M.tilue rNUi on CttrOj Uitijl.H. toUoi.uy. v rot'ilH Hint loiiaul.Unii. I.o-hih promptly a.l.tuStMl A iniyuMo lyUvlf V'M U. lliWIN A ' O. Tho. .Kisclon Inm aV Lotomotiw NVtvks, I'tTUci- of lu-ul au llutt u U stiootM, S r'K NClSl'i. . I'll II OKN1A i ana -.-u-. l'lt-al.tllt . Sur-m.u-iivlout . It. I.ll !... . JoS. MOOR P.. . "ther by Julius Lou ' CXLPET.S OK STEAM MACHINERY. IN' ALT its r-rstichvts; SsteiilnJxrv.t, !:auiibi-. Land tilt in" and l'Oilevs, HiL treasure or Coiu- pound. STEAM VESSELS ot all kinds bu.lt compute w ith hull ot' wood, iron or composite. OKIUNARV ENolNES t onii.ou ndrd when ad visable. STEAM LAl NCIIFS, Ears aud Steam Tuns fen-structt-d witL rtteretie- to the trade iu which they are to he euij ioy.d. sjn-e.1, tonnage and draft ot water guaranteed. Sl'OAR MILLS and Sugar MaUii Machinery made alter the most aj ioved jdaus. Also, all Boiler irou Work connected therewith. WATER PIPE, of lloiler or Sheet Iron, of any size, made in siutaMn lengths foi con nectiriy together, or Sheets Rolled. I'nnched and Packed for shipment, ready to I e riveted on the grout d. IIVPRVILIC raVETIN'G, i:..iler Work and W ater Pipe made hy this estahli.shme ut. ri v eted hy hydraulic riveting machinery, thit quality of work heing far superior to nand Work. SHIP Wt)RK, Ship and Steam Capstans, Steam Winches, Air and Circulating Pnmp, made after the most approved plans. SOLE AOENTS and manufacturers for the Pa cific Coast of the Heme Safety Boiler. Pt'MPS Pireet Acting Pumps for irrigation or city works' purposes, built with tlie celebrated Pavy Valve Motiou, superior to auy other pump. J. X. S. WILLIAMS Honolulu Room No. 3, upstairs, Spreckels' Block, Sjlmardiwtf Agent for Hawaiian Islands. AVER XO. ' FOItT STREET. Opposite WIMt & Co.'s S. J. Nolte, Propr. OPE.N jfoil 3 A. M. TILL 10 P. M FIBST-CLASS Ll'Xf HKS, C0FFKE, TKA, SODA VfiTF.Ii, (,I.GKIi ALE, ss and Tobaccos OF BEJT BHASDS Plain and Fancy 1I PUS personally selected from the Manufacturers, and a Large Variety Of BEST (JUALITV SMOKERS1 ARTICLES. Loverso BILLIARDS wilj flad an E!egaat I C9, SlUUSD TAS1 on the Premises. The Pioprletor would be pleased to receive a call from his Friends aii'i the Public generally who may desire a SMOHE, OK A NAME IflM.IAHIlS. i.rxcn. a H. J. NOLTE. 3-tf CHUN HOY & "CO., Watchmaker ami Jeweler), uuiuu street, eriosite Merchants' ETchanee Have alwaj ali kinds, on baud atit for file, CLOCKS of Gold and SilverWatclics, Various priees. inrlnding bvlles' witch?: .tE'V 1 I.ll Y of all derrii tlon, k'ol 1 ana Ml er, t ect Spectacles and Eye filasses to suit jH aj7r, fc-oli, Ml.-r and t,fel. Also, CHINES?: JEWELKV, Of kini?, n'A 1 and silr-r CHINESE FANCY SILK GO I- aii.l fAINTlNOS, Al-o. an assort ment r,f hati.l-ome Artifi ial I lors ,Chi:te,.e.: Musical l:,,ert, etc., etc. RIFLES, REVOLVERS, SHOTGUNS, With cartridges tofu't. I'.EI'AIIi attended to and neatly execute. w:t!i yr i!n pt nf , m ludim; Mtul f work in our line of lousiness, at vry low rates. V ,,rk n n stiip uarant-ed. The public are rejpe, tfillly invited to clue and inspect the fine assortment ,f new and ele gant goods at our Hew store, Niiuanu street. OHUX HOY & CO. t aug i: tortiMMnit.s. INTER-ISI.AND Steam Naviuation Co. IL.1MI 1 Kl.) STKAMKi; W. G. HALL, MAlA l.AMv, ti.v r n cuii uiuuii- Will oil uijil Kail, r.-Kiiliry t" Muulttru, Muii!, mitt Koiin UuWrtti. STKAMKli IWALAN1, fUKKMAN Will run rt-ijuliiiiy to una WuUUt'tt, Kan.ii. Coin umiiilt N Ul ill, Koloit, KUtflf STEAMKU C. M AC A V Lti V k. uisuor, OounuuU'lfr Will run rf(iiilrly U lUiuuu, Muul. ml Kukul bitflt), luutokmi ui'il l'uuulriu, Utiwull. STEAM Kit JAMES MAKEE, ....(.'oiimmil Jer WEIU.. Will run refciilurly to Kuoua, Kutial. I'rfSiilfUt. 64-M7-ly J. Kna. -eiTouiry, WILDER STEAMSHIP CO. STEAMKR KIXAU, a.orenz'.n. Comnianclerj. Leaves Honolulu as per following schedule ouchln ut Liihaina, Maniaea, Makena. .Mahu kona, Kaft aihae Laupanoelme. 11 Humid Keauhou: t'oinmenoiujf on .MuXbA Y, July 2S, isss, ami on every alternate Monday it 4 p. uu.tlie Kinau will make the VOLCAXO I ltll', reacbinif Keau hou on Wednesday niornina;. w here horses and carriages ure in w aiting u convey passengers to the VOLCANO HOl'sk(tive miles in the saddle and nine miles by carriage). Passengers by this routv will have two days and two uU'ht-s at th VOLCANO IIOL'sF. TICKETS' EOK THE Ufll'.v I ) TRIP TO THK VOLC ANO, ElETV JHJLLAUS, willl.'H PAVsi ALL CHAl'.tiKS. The Kinau will arrive ia noiwdulu Sunday ruorninifs on Vulcano Tips, on Hdo trips, wll leave HonoiuUi on 'Puesilays. ami return saturday ruorning. PAssKNfjKK TRAINS will connect with the Kluau Mahukoiib The Kinau WILL TOCC1T at ITonokaia am! Paauhau on ilown trips from Hi'o fur Passengers if a siscnal is made from the shore. STEAMER LIKELIKE. (Davis, C'ommanner), Leaves Honolulu every Monday at p. u. for Kaunakakai, Kahului, Hueio. liana and Kipanulu. every week: Keanae, Mokulau and N'uu every other week. Returning, will stop at the above pons, arriving back Saturday mornings. For mails ami passengers only. STEAMER KILAUEA HOD, (Cameron, Commander,, Will leave regularly tor Iihalna.. Paauhau, Ko holalele, Kukaiau and Ookala. steameiT"lehua, iClark, Commander) Will leave regularly for Hakalau, Honomu and Ouomea. STEAMER M0K0LI1, (McGregor, Commander), Leaves for the following ports every alternate Monday at 5 p. m.: Commencing May 16th To Eaunakakai, Ka malQ, Pukoo, Lahaina, Olowaln. Returning to Lahaina. Pukoo, Kamalo, Kaunakakal. Arriving at Honolulu Saturday a. m. Commencing May 9th To Kaunakakal, Lanai, Kamalo, Pukoo, Halawa, Wailau, Pelekunu, Kalaupapa. Keturning to Pukoo, Lahaina, Olo walu. Lahaina, Pukoo, Kamalo, Kaunakakal. Arriving at Honolulu Saturday a. in. 6Jg- The Company will not be responsible lor any freight or packages unless rr-celpted for, nor for personal bftgKaye utuess plainly marked. Not responsible for money or Jewelry unless placed in harge of the Purser. All possible care will be tiken of Live Stock, but the Company will not assume any risk of accident AM'L (4. WILDER, President b. B. KO:K, Secretary. OFFICE Corner Fort and Queen streets. 65-ly Mar 30 S. P. TAYLOR & CO., Paper fainifactiirers and rr.ALF.r.s ix I'ftpor Bs. Tlne, Ete., 414 and 41i Clay street, SAX FRAXCISCO rionperand 9nn jerorlrno Paper M'lls. So-ith Co st I'per Mill, Soquel, Santa Cruz County, CaL 441.ja25 '88 Geo. C. Sin-eve & Co., MANl'FACTmiXG JEWE-LERS Anil Importer of rtanior.d. Watches. Silver and Silver Plated "Vare, I.er -crated ( na. Art Brass (roods. Fans, Canes, t'mr rellas, I'erlin and Vienna Leather (roods, Oper'l CilaHea, Clmd-H, Etc. .Montgomery nml Sutter SI.. S AN I RA NCIS 'I). 4 t:tja2S '33 T.lVANCOVICH & CO. Importers, AVholesale Pealers and Commiss!on Merchant in Foreign fc Domestic Fruit, ,"ii) Washington, and t;o , t;,i:j .t; ft in Sansorne Sts , SAN FKAXCISCO. This i tlie oldest established house In this line of business in San Francisco, and we are pre ared to fill orders of all kinds in our line. SPECIALTY In PACKINU all kinds of Kl'IT fur Ion distance markets. 1 our J'alroiiajte. tn Soil?' i.5luaiUB3 ....,, INrOrlMCK. T A MEETING Of THE DIUECTOItS Of i' tb Mutual tb Mutual Telephone Company, held this day, tt wan decided to rtduce the rent of mati mm ntd to 5 per mouth In the districts of Kuolau, Ewa, Waialiae and Wa'alua. A. JAEUEK, Secretary Mutual Telephone Co. lluiiolulii. January i, 18t(7. i'J-jau- tf JOSHUA UENDY MACHINE AVORKS o. lo 51 rieiiiont Mreel, SAN kRANClSCO. Mauufctuieis of New nud dealer lit Socoud halld BOILERS, EXCISES, -ANI- l ACM 1 1ST KHY Otur) UeMTltloii. Have constantly In stock New and Second-hand WOOlMVOUIUMi MACHINERY, Ma. hiin-.tn' Tools, IrriRMiu and Pumping Ma chl nery, I'iplii', Pipo Iittins, litc. Catalogues and rice lists forw arded upou ap U cuuou. tl'J'.'anKll Mil our remnants wv; cu w ' ' v. mt FEED ci;' IMPOKTKRS A DF.LKK II A V AM) UK A IN, Telephone No. lib. Milf LEM01X1J & PICHOX, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Poultry, ame. Butter. lieee, F.tc. Etf., i:tt-. Stalls X .. 2, 4 aud 6 San Francisco Market, SAX FKAXCISCO, CAL. Direct Importers ol Swiss C'lieeie. 676julyai LEEGE & MILLS, E M I I K E Steam, Coffee and Spice Mills. Imitorf er ol Teas, Cofreew, Pi es. Chartrts Java Coffee, Yeast Powder, Cream Tar tar, Soda. Hal;eratust Ground Coffee, For eign and Domestic Matches. 410-112 lay St. bet. KaiiMOitie A Batlery SAX FRANCISCO, CAL. P. O. Box 15Ho. C3Sinayl3'88 TELEPHONE 55 PNTERPEIS P PLAXIXW MILL. Alakea, near Qneen Nt. 3H-tf To the I3ublic. Tlie Pacific Transfer Co., Office with the Cnlon Fee.l Co. P.ell Telephone 173. Mutual Telephonel"3. I am fully prepared to do all kinds of drayage, hauling or moving work, all of wulch I will guai. antee to execute falthfullv. 36 ly N. F. H1U1UM, Proprietor. j. i-i . s o r- e n , Pucce-rsor to J. 31. Oat, Jr., & Co., STATIONERS & NEWS DEALERS, Ifawaiiaii Gazette Block. 27 Merchant St., Honolulu. II. I. 41 tf THOMAS LINDSAY Manufacturing Jeweler, 3Vo. 60 Nnnann Ntreet, Honolulu, II. I. Particular attention paid to repairing. 32 tf KOTt SALE. TF. HAVE A LARGE QITANT1TV OFrfH.D newspapers on hand, which will he sold tor'lTt cents a hundred. They are useful for wrapping parcels, laying unler carpets, etc. P. C. ADVERTISER. All O US K H-AT- LAW. VOl.NKY V AHHMIH1I. AbHrOHU. Aililord 1- Awlilurtl ATTORNEYS, COVNSKI.LOHS, KUI.Il llOKS, A1IVOCATES, ETC. Oltlce lloiiolulii orllce. Hale, adlolntnj the Von JOHN T. DAHE, Altor'3 ami t'ouict'llor at I.hh. Offl No. SprecWeU Block, 170 ot t'-iltf Honolulu y'lKOIL HKuWN, AinOl- SK V-AT-LA V AND Notary I'ulillc. Cauiptnll'ii Biuck. Merchant street 4:MfluX0 M. THOMPSON, ATTOHNK Y- AT-LA W, Ofllce In Campbell's Block, corner Ftat and Merchant tieets, Honolulu, 11. 1. PRACTICES IN THE COURTS. "When deaired, will (jive th law in awilt teu opinion, aa to the prohable result of tba contention upou the facia Btated tf J. M. MONSARRAT. ATTORNEY AT LAW AN l NOTARY PUBLIC. Uenl jtate lu ay V (loin BoiiKht.Hol.l aud l. itart of the KIuk- .eased oil Commission 1 Aaiis NesotUtevt aud l.eal Uo'Uuieuta lrawu IV o. 27 MKHrilAKT NTlltr.r, ilazelte Block, Honolulu. 45 t( A. 0. Cook & Son, AU 'I'AXM'.ll the U-., . . . , Yl,) 1 mi T1 lulu. T 1? ?rif 1ilv I.aee I.eallier and Ilealer Draper, No. 415 Alarket street, San Francisco. Hi Jan lit '68 IEON-BARK Foundation Timbers ! ! We have just received fiom Australia a few Iron bark Foundation Timbers. MZES-J6x-i in eh cm, la Feet Eoiij. And lixlH in eli en, 16 Eeet Iiif. these timbers, as their name signifies, are nearly as solid and durable as Iron, and for foundation purposes, or e thers of like nature, caunot be surpassed. W. O. Irwin & Co." 311nov25tir E K. Ma CONTRA CTOl' 86 O: .wX 315 BELL TJsi.r.. ..OfT. 63 All work In my line faithfully done. Plans and a Dedications made. Jobbing in all details done at short notice. Good work and low charges is my motto. 5B-decJS-85 Metropolitan Market KIKU KTflEET, 0,J. WALLER, PKOPK1ETOR CboIeet 91eatn from Fine I Herds mllleb and shipping supplied on SHORT f NOTICE and at the Lowest Market Prices. All meats deliveied from this market are thor ooglv hllled Immediately after killing by means of a Bell-Coleman Patent liry Air Refrigerator Meat so treated retains all lu Juicy propertied, and is GUARANTEE H TO KKKP IISTUF.R J AFTER DELIVKRY THAW FRFSFTLY KILLED MKAT, 47-U Hotel Strfu- Z 4.t - ...,,f.c0Vvv irtnttrt Jf Co., il H. 1 , STAMhr, Spruanco, Si Importers and J'"" WHISKIES, WINES 1tai.V V 410 Froul Wl.. "Vi1l,ftllC SApES. BRICK II. V. BKK T. r 1 ('outran or teU jm ffO' F.STlMVTLri Kl'llMSHt 0t -. order. OH ST one Ll7 P LANS Ii ;i 'te'ji' Cabluet au l C'riB,er 80 Kl.VU HTRF.ET. m ISO augll) VOU. NAS.SOME A- y .-ni ,M NAV. JAMES DUNN, Hupt 3 an j-Jw beanie , THE 1NTER-1SLAW'?. sr K 1GATI0N t i:w? 11 FAMILY and ULAC' TfJ A rnTi-r-assortuifutof liA ? AUil iXUlXU (l.ifi.t. t AMILY ami ULACKS JW,7 ' aasortiuentof BAR IROX. S, ' 'Wr- 0 . r SCO 1. XT' A TVTC J-1 -i-A JN V Inilxirlvi, ....l r"- HOSIERY, iNCY C . fillet. EacHSIERY, CLOVES A l.il.lr 00,t. r.,.ltP.llei-1 29 and 31 Eattf1"-';" ". JiiMHir : 4 31 Blttery St.! d E.H. Mar SI snip ST(Y Tin, ' Ma.t.Morjier t rover, a, ' SU.u- Nliriinl !- Newarl fit., het. Market t. Ship at- HA-V FRAXClscuTrYu. kinds . hul and Job Work u,i w 3 klua a specialty. "F Itr TO TO l'LAXTKl in at We have ot have on hari'l a nn.lirl....&. r Aut0Iio.natic Trash; ; Furiiace.s.fV Foi four and Ki . . ri lfrirt hars, beared five foot furnaces eomr of this make are bearer ami trash carrier Spref kelsvllle, Mdte are now lu snccehsf ul ot 1 plauiatioBs. Alsode, Makee Kiutar Compsr.y P . '''''ciiMigiimeiitof FilFilter IPressct Having all the , C3 t ' U the latest ftnprovemeDts . PLANTE'TEBS 'AND 0TII Interested re req above. I'or prlcere requested to ell And i"7w, f'.pn ana iiirtDer H.rtl.T, Witsr- m. G. Irwin & C 2.1ti nr eiVA -""ucioiKDOa irn i.n. now f7;,r orders or this nI .. erB, nent pj loUowinx in a report of 1b eo-' r't Parts, as ri.;r,..,i ... ". bib; -- ..mmoi. V j tviemical Water.: I ai Orgarjif; . .. PilicnT10 Matter. Lime....? Matter 8.10 per cen . 29.18 4.C5 . 31.70-" . T3ai .. .85 " 1.8a ,52 "J f 100.00 , tc Acid. CEtbouic Aci4 ron. Alk 8alt..i,a ivl, - Ptr cent JTt If. G. Irwin & Co.. TntH or the Hawaii. Islands. gTHLY PAYMENTS. kywi. Lt.-f l hunt. t. . j. . . V "' rriuinr al y iosf! CarueBc Conimert 'It il..! from 4.rliUM IU ',-1 iicturers, A11EHI0AN (VC-' -- J I T a II' I il I'll t 5 Vl Vll ,11 111-! Iff I ' a I rfjrt 3 - I" ion, t-XLa-lSHfnmiiL"1 OiVE MEAI!.' fr If S Si 4 x. I. . ' 'X I i. , 1, -- - 4 ; 5Sa-k- ' . 4