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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ' A1)YEKTISKK, AP1UL 22, 1SSU.
L A CrvrEjo of IVpj.er Cn the National r.-.: ih other day tiicro w:uh a mountain f .-nniT eo!on-d lugs juot out of tli- shij. When the tt?redons hauled them .ib 'it v r. lxrly'a How v.ai tiekl.d. "That's iioihin hut TnxT. all tho wav from .Sin 'aiiore vii Lovidon," hiiil tho tjUiK i-intt nd.-rit. j "How much is tin to of it?" he xvaa 1 asked. Not a pi-eat th ai; '.JOO or 400 tons,' .-aa the answer. A muscular 'lor-dioreman at hand Raid: "Sure we dhrink it. Tlio Lar Ueojwrs know v.o like a dab of it on tho head of tho growler." Just then a el. rk rani' aloncjand 1an making complaint of the way tin men v ere Uai in tin- has with their hooks. Ho tinted to u trad of tin- sj.ice alon the dock and said that his house would make th" hhij pay f-r tie- lo-.s in w i.ht. Tho Riirf-rintoii'iont oi d. red th'' m-n to tew tip all leaky l and the merchant':! Bi Lreiitieo Miiilod in satifad ion. In re- Kill.se to fjUe.it i Un h" leoiii'd: "La-t D-;- ct ml r iej per was hiniuii: r. Lvt ry iKKly thought there was j.',.in:; to j farcity of it, and they all wanted to buy, tmd they did buy. This is that t-urue iew r yil coming in. It is worth about a rent a iund kiW to-day than they j ai l for it. 1 think th most 'if it co.-,t tho buyers Hnn .-tiling like Mtiui cents a Kiiind. Agil ;nany of them are stuck. IVjiper iifij-t to wei-h less when it ar rives trirm what you find charged for in your invoices. Some of it will leak out of tears in tin ba;"T; homo of it will bt hamj'Ied' when r.oltody is looking; but tho proal loss in weight is b lievctl to re fcult from tho fact that it dries out. The native chaps that row tho berry f hip it down nil forts of little bt reams in all sorts cf junks, and it eaUhea a'od deal of halt water by the time it is fahipjd from Sinu poro. Valcr doen't hurt whole iieppor in tho least unless it is kept wet tj long nd allowed to rot, but it adds to its avoirdupois. When you reflect that 00,000,U')0 of us iuo shaking it Uueti times a day on almost everything wo eat, la it any wonder wo pyt ft way uitli hC much iK'jijH-i? Iduchof it I sujtjose is pob Lled uj) liy those concerns that make saladi and unices and itL-klfs and cutsuna." No"r York Sum. I'nrN nt Music. Frank I.esli.-'s Ilhistrnt -.1.1 A college of music is about to bo built in Pari. It will compriso a, free school of music, a theatro capably of holding L',000 persons, concert and lect ure halls, a dancing school, an exhibition of paint ings, sculpture and architecture; a free school of painting on china, an artists' club, in which gambling will be strictly prohibited; an immense iemingdiall, billiard rooms, conservatory, shooting gallery, library and reading-rooms; and finally a wing containing forty small unites of apartments, which will be re served for tho foreign members of the IrliiH Funds. Blakely Hall. On man unlucky as to bullets Is lucky ai to tho resultant dollars. Ho is O'Donovau liossa, whose income from contributions has been niultiplied.sinoe ho was shot. I Lavo taken a great deal of pains to find out how much has been given, f rat and last, to the various funds for tho dcatructico Er. land. At tho close of tho civil war in lSfto Fen-ianL-m under O'Mahony in this country, and Stevens in lveland was in full blast. Utile rs In the Union and Confederate armies who were Irish, or of Irish descent, joined tho Fenian ranks, and hosts of them were quietly chipped over to Ireland to work tho organ ized fighting material thero into military share. The men were paid out of the Fenian treasury, according to the rates paid to United Mates olncers. 1 tans wcro tuade, and the money was rapidly gath rod for tho arming of tho "men in tho gap." It Is said that at ono time as much as J10,0;x a day were jtourod into the treasury, out of which Stevoni got f.,000 a day. Iho dis ruption of tho organization and tho invasion of Canada followed. Tho Fenian Sisterhood brought exactly 4,000 iuto tho treasury. Out of that $1,000 camo all tho lamentations ovor tho robbery of tho poor Irish servant girls. luo bonds oi too lristi nopuoiieans aro be lieved to be tho creation of William It. Rob erts. Killiun's nam is allixed to them as tinaacial secretary, but it is said ti.y were already In existence w hen he juimd tho or ffuuiz'ttion. These bonds brought SotiT.uoy. A million dollars of them were i-Miel. All the remainder over the 507,000 wore found by the investigating coninuttto of the Mutl'at mansion, e.t tho virtual t lese of l-euian:-m, in tho safe, and were m-nt around ai curlosi ties, and m all probability wvie Id for thoir face value to fools of both texes ly rascals of nearly all nationalities. I'atrick Fcrd's more recent emergency fund amounts Altogether to Jt0,tXX), and Ressa is under stood to have collected, w ithin ten mouths, aLout as much more. C lothen-W ringer AVil! IJursN New York Sun. 'Why, yes, of course, clothe wringers will burst." said a Barclay street hardware dealer, in reply to a reporter's inquiry. "The pressure on them when they are l l u-kel with wet clothes in a laundry or shirt factory is often enormousf but unless tho boiler at tached to them bursts too I don't poo how much damage can bo done. Even tho hand machine sometimes bursts when tho ojvrator tries to hasten the completion of her own Mrork by making tho w ringer do more than its share, but except the probability of her leing discharged by her mistress, if f-ho has ue, or having to buy a new wringer if he owned the broken machine, I don't think she runs any risk of being hurt. "I can't imagine how the world would got cn now without wringing machines. Of course it did so once, and our clothes were just as clean is they aro to-day, and lasted longer; but the time has gone by when a servant girl wou'd wring a tub'ul ttf clot lies nearly dry, w ith her strong hands and never complain. A.k her to do half the work now and hear what she w ill say." Not So lCo'itan tic. Albany Journal. It was at Hie roller-skating rink. They were gliJin gracefully around the wide ex fan.fo to tli entrancing strains of "Seo-S.iw."' lie was on." f the proud but so bahful rink prof 'rs. and she a giddy young miss and so preity. See. she lnds her grace ful head to catch the encouraging words he is whispering to her so full of llatery. How aweetly she smiles as she whispers: "And were you ever at Albany K-forei ' "O, yes," he replies; "a few years ago I lnid tho pleasure of visiting your leautiful city, and, I remember it well. I stopjxvl at the Kenmore," 'ot 60 romantic when, a few Jays after, the proprietress of tho Ken:n io happened to bo one of the on-lookers at the rink, and while talking w ith this sweet young miss, spie 1 the dandy professor who had stopped at the Keumore. "Win-," she exclaimed, there cos eno of my old elevator boys." Philadelphia Call: Yes. it is true that mocking birds sometimes stop singing and never aro heard again, but 6uch cases of compUU reformation are uu'oitunatoiy fare. .ilvtrtlsimtnts. C. UKEWEK & COMPANY, (Limited). GENERAL MERCANTILE COMMISSION AGENTS. LI.ST Of OFFICERS: I'. C. Jo hps. Jr J. O. C arter Hon. W. t . AlU-u. . . I'rc-aitJeut aud llauer ..Treasurer and Secretary Auditor DIl'.ECTOES: Hon. ( . V.. Ilisl.op. Hoc. II. WaUrhouue Wing Wo Chan & Co, NLTLWNL STREET, Have Just Received by Late Arrivals A large and well assorted Stock of hand-painted China IDinner and Tea Sets To which the attention of intending pur chasor.s is directed, as no goods of equal quality have ever been imported into this market. Also, all varieties and qualities of Silk Hiindkercliicis, Ol Chinese and Japanese make. Also, TO ARRIVE by bark "VELOCITY," now due, an assortment of GRANITE I'iivini!; and Curbstones and a few CUNKIOR P.UILT BOATS. 1 -.."-ly T.TCWIS & CO.; FORT STKEET, Importers, Wholesale And Retail Denier In Groceries ami Provisions. 4iTI- Elusive iMl Specialty 181-tf HONOLULU MARKET. (Successor to Wm. McCandlese.) Xo. G Uncoil Street, FImIi Market, Ho nolulu, 11. I. Choicest Beef, Mutton. VEGETABLES. ETC., Always Kept on Eand. Family and Shipping orders Carefully Attended to. hive Stock Furnished to Vessels at feliort notice. Telephones USTo. 212 LOVE'S BAKERY. AO. 7.1 Xiiiiu'iu Street. MliS. UOhT. LOVE, ... Proprietress. Every inscription of Tlaln and Fancyi Bread and Crackers, -F K E S H- Sotla Crackers A N D Saloon Bread Abvnjs on Hand. MILK BEEAD A srECH LTT. InIhikI rler lroititly Atteiilel to 17 2- 3m JUST ARRIVED liavarian Ieei of the Ilaekerbrau Brewery, Munchen; Strassburc: Beer, Flensburff Beer, Double Extra Stout Buttled by M.B. Foster Sons, Ixmdon; French Clarets, (f superior qualities; German Preserves, in tins. ?- FOB SALE by -ea El llotklilacicr & Co, RING AND 1JKTHEL STREETS. 150 12u3-tf general -lliccrtiscincnts. FRANK HAS JUST RECEIVED A. Iaxge 1 M y$ i , h Mlt0 'M 103 Fort Sti-eetJ-I ilj j Ladies. 3Iis;-es. (Wilts', and Children's BOOTS SHU SHOES OF Latest Style and Best Quality 84 EVER IMPORTED HAWAIIAN GAZETTE Printing Establishment Merchant St., Plain and Fancy INCLUDING- Law Books and Blanks Lawyers' Briefs, Statistical Work, Lithograph Colored Cards, Business and Visiting Cards, Ball and Wedding Card:?, Programmes, Billheads, Letterheads printed in Copying Ink, Etc., Etc., Etc. PROMPTLY AJiD NEATLY EXECUTED. Address all business THE HAWAIIAN GERTZ, FEB ST3IB. 1DIATILLA, Stoclv of THE INTO THE KINGDOM. lm Honolulu. Printing Pamphlets of any kind, Freight and Plantation Book.s, Colored Poster Work, :o :- letter? : GAZETTE CO. H. M. WHITNEY, nuMuiv. Mana.-r. 1 SJUtrtisBBtnis. Amimimmi. THOMAS LINDSAY II u KeiuoveJ Hi MAUufcturirig From "uiianii Street to Tliomas Block, King Street. Particular attention paid to repairing. FOOK LUN & CO., 113 Xuujdu Street, opposite Emma Hall IMPOKTERd AND DEALEUS IX Chinese & Japanese Goods, Fire Crackers, New Pesiciifc in Cups aiul Saucees, Tea, Cigars, and all kinds of Fancy CrOOds At i really Kelneet Iriee. Regular shipments by erery steamer. TOST OFFICE BOX NO. JUST ARRIVED PEii BARK I HackfcW, from London -BEST- Fence Wire, Galvanized lUickets, Best Coir Matting, 5tv Sale at I.out st .l'rlces hya Gr. W. Macfaiiane & Co. 129 tf FILTER PRESSES. Paavhau Plantation-, I Hawaii, March 9, 1888. ) Elsdon Iron and Locomotive Works, San Fran cisco. Gentlemen Vie have used two of your 30 'liamlfrMl Filter l'r'Se this season. They are convenient, easily handled and are working entirely to our satisfaction. 1 can recommend no improvement on them. Very respectfully yours. (signed) A. Moobr, Manager Paauhau Plantation. These Presses are being carried in stock in Honolulu and are sold at vory low jn-lces to meet thedemand. A consignment !s now on the way. Klsdon Iron & Loco. Works, San Francisco. For particulars enquire of JOI1N DYER Honolulu Room N . 3 Spreckels Block: 82 12M AV. ii. IinVIX A- Cn., Agents. The Philters' Moiilj Devoted to the Encouragement of AGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE, STOCK RAISING and INDUS TRIAL PURSUITS GENERALLY, And more especially to the develop ment and perfection of Cultivation of Cane and the MANUFACTURE OF SUGAR. This popular journal has entered on it eighth volume, and having Leon Enlarged to 48 Pages .Monthly, makes a yearly volume of nearly i00 page, devoted to the agricul tural and commercial prosperity of the Hawaiian Islands. 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