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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, MAY 4, 1SS9.
lisairtiitaifaa. 2Vfivmi.snnm!s. (general Uurrtisnurnts. THE LIME KILN CLUB. and A Witch Craft Cao "Tookon "Do case of r.ni-l l.-r Jjmv.-s Wnnvn, of JIiik r Hill, Tonn., will fut t.k.-n up," h:i'ui fJi' tln-r Ganlii' r ns Kj v.l Hit- ii!- t mi'l wlnke-i ti Klk-r Toots to j,u-b anoiht-r empty herring box into tin- stov. I5ni'Mfr Warren clair;stl;it Lenin U wiu Lol, an' L. has written to iis clul to n.-k it to 1 Buntliin' to ilrivo lo evil sjwerits away. It has pot to mVL n I'ass lat ! viuh. tak1 his olo jnul'J outer ! l.a'n ut niht an' ii.!. him nil olwr .h? kentrv, an' Uruller AVarren f..- Is Fjxrit hands jms ,in' oU r Lis f.i - an1 ul!in Lis h'nr nights. Dis clut will uiitliin' for hijn. If he war a l al innjiUj.- w.-'-l curs him in ulxiut Uniuir.it.-.. As h" am an h .Hor ary, an' fur away, we shall cross his oiT tie looks an' wml him olIi.-Lul uoti.-. lat he am a boun--d man." ' I li-v r'j-at'Hlly relVrrM to l.s matter ! fciiwrst i-htin, an' if ni-ml. rs can't I- en Jilit ie(l (h-y kin he ti: el out. I 1 ly of ghol.s, liohoMiris an1 wit h.-s h;ts uwuy, an' le i-nlil iii.in who eant l-lieei' Las no hiziKvs in discluh. MM d:ii-' wn- a time when witches went cha-in' Vour!l Io kentry on an M rawl.iie.l nine-, waiin "' I'le half to leat!i an' !-Mvi:f a trail of Huh an' ni"ke, l.ut things ;. chanl. Ii- weMvr liain't ri'ht fur 'em now, an' -J" purl.-eeo ive 'em l" collar an' m-ipI Viii to wrkhi " ''Meli.'ie sjH rit hand-, hrv hin laid on UlU'l der Warren, hut I douht it. I K"'" s 'i ;:i !.--ke whisky had a p.mI deal to d w id it. All o' you j l-t li-teii to me when I uylat tie fu-t C'.inj'l.iint of sjwi rit hand-, in Detroit will he follefed hy a svn- Vi make r uneho.ly .s heart ache! 1Jj ke,-iful ho.v unknown hands u!l J tr ha'r. ! in-inl-r f ths clu! w ho a wit. h had 1 f ter Uf' mvv rful jui. t a. .out it or iio'll 1' turned oh. r to de ki.-kin' commit tee to th alt wid. Ie set kreUry will wiite to Jlru 1 1. r Warren dat we h v dun Mintkiu' fur liim, an' notify our I .ranches at Chatta' nooa un' Know iiie dat he has 1. in fired. Detroit Vn-i I'iv.-s. Shaved with Pli.irp Shells. Tl) South .'V.i l;u U r is iirvcr at .a Insa for a. slioj or utt -nsils. imr i.s ii'.' at a ls-s to find a lul r vlnrt all alike are ca abIo of iK-rjictratin a t-have. hair cut or fclianix, tiji only UlTi ixnci lx-in that fconie d it worst tlian others. His shop is always with him all he wants is some thing for a peat an 1 as in ojH.ratin-; he himself stands he d x.-s not feel the siime lively rejuinanee tliat his j'atient dtxvs to resting on a spray of coral. His soap ho limLs in the lare fruit of a vine that prows c trywliere in the huli ami along frhore; hroken oeii and ilijied in water salt or fre;di is all one it produces, when ruhln.il upon the face, a tine, creamy lather that looks all that could bo desired, hut which, in fact, i;; a vain de lusion, as it cultivates no intimate ac quaintance with the skin or hair. The shells on the Leach alToid that against which he cuts when lie is not gashing the tender fckin of the white man; his bhark's tooth razor is at hand, enugly wrapped in a leaf and stowed in the perforation of one ear, the balance leing restored by carrying his tobacco and pipe similarly situated in the other. When the operation is over the lather is swablxvl out of the mouth. "yes and other cavities with a wisp of grass, the ashes of another bunch of grass are carefully rubled over the face to prevent the hem orrhage which seems inevitable to the victim, and finally head and face are washed with a shaddock as big as a can talope, whereof a half is held in either hand of the operator and the head of the victim letween. As an obatract fact in economic lotany it may bo state 1 that the juice of this shaddock is not pleasant upon raw tlesh. Sometimes the barber finds that relic that civilization always leaves upon the path over which it has passed, the broken bottle. Then he edvaacos a step toward luxury in shaving, the acme of which is reached when he can use a piece of hoop iron. There is one grxl point a!out him, and that is that he does not talk: yet even this is blunted by the fact that he usually sings monotonously. Some few words of liia weird, wild and lot:ely chants as the hearer succeeds in catching cause chills of the coldest kind to run up and down his iback as he reflects that but a few years ago were the days when his bailo r, in stead of shaving, would have cheerfully engaged in dissecting him with a view to Melt ling the question of the dinner hour. Cor. San Francisco Examiner. The loi:wi tiitlonallj- Tired. ;r.st.m Hu K-et "sauntcrT." The sub ect of loafing is a prolific one if any person is inclined to treat it in all of its bearings, but the aunterer has only space at this time to refer to the number of haunts that the listless and idle have. They will invade the busiest places, and occupy the time of all who are good natured enough to listen to their wretched dribble. " They are pre pared to criticise everybody and every thing about them, "ami though thev have been notorious failures . infill thev have undertaken, owing to their indo" leueo, they are always ready to say how much better they could do the work which really industrious people are per forming to the best of their ability. The !atiuterer has often noticed that apothecary shops are favorite lounging places for the constitutionally tired, and ho has wondered if tho fatal mis takes that druggists some times make are not the result of an attention dis tracted by the remarks of some hanger on, who has nothing to do but retail' the senseless gossip of the hour. I'iKMinioii ir mill Oritur. !Scki ... a ll.,-;,.,ln i Dr. Draper, of tho meteorological ob wrvatory at Central park. New Yorl city, has called attention to the fact that during the past eight years there has been an apparent co-.iik ctioa be tween the death-rate from pneumonia in New York and the presence of o on; in the atmosphere. The epidemic has been particularly fatal during the pres ent year, - :i I it is stated on good au , -;... . . i. . .f...i. .. . . . .i 1'ivun ii. i me ue.i i u-1 iron mis ceded that from cholera hi has not U-en determined connection between th- disease ; the oone in the air is sim ply a coincidence, or whether there are scicnuiic reasons pearauce. cause has . whether tor tneir joint ap- A 1 fTrpnoo in I) 'lic it y. "It is true," o' serves M. OT.ell, with n smile of superioritv. "that in Ung'.aucl you find soap in hotel bedrooms, but i nglish people and their American cousins will perhaps be surprised when wo tell them that a I'rench gentleman would feel perhaps as much repugnance to using a well-worn cake of hotel soap it mi 1 nh.-hiuan would feel to putting in Lis mouth a tooihhrush that he hap jtened io ti n . I on t ho dressing table of a lo'ling bone". VYo will even venture to iidd Hint many V rench lalies carry ! In ii.,T n f.ir at Ut tako their own U'il linen with them on their ..ourmys." J u lulu lnt.rt weighed l.f.OU pouuda. HAWAIIAFJ FOREIGN OFFICE LIST. M. It., Minister lU-ident; C d'A., Charc d'Affairs; D. A., Diplomatic Agent; Cum., t'omii.i-ioner; C. O., Oonul General: C. A., Commercial Agent; ('., Consul; A. C, Acting Consul; V. C, Vice Consul. Foreign Legations and Consulates In the Hawaiian Kingdom. CotNHY. I nutd States, Ckeat Jil.Ii ain, l'OHrLL, Japan. Name. Kask. Date of Exeqca tcbob Commission. His Excellency Geo. W. Merrill, M. K. : .lajor James II. Wodfehonse, ((.'om., C. G. St-nLor A. de Souza Canavarro, .Com., C. Eli A M E, Mr. Taro An do, Toitchi Takaeusi, F. Tanno, ! S. liayakiiwa, G. G. JJosaeront d'Anglade, AI. L'on Bellaeaet, ,D. A., C. G. Attaches. !Com. C. ;Chan. iJane 12, 18. Jane L1, C, Sept. .r. 1882. 'Jan. 12, 1883. Feb. IT.. 1880. March 10, 1888. April 4. 1888. I Aug. 24. 1888. iDec. 28, 1888. IJan. 16, lS8y. IMarch 10, 1888. List cf Foreign Consuls Resident in the Hawaiian Kingdom. CoCNTLY. Name. Hank. L'mikh :l'iatfh, J. Ii. I'atnaoi, K:'.hu'..ii, M ini, IE, li.' Hawaii, Ni:i iiKKi.ANrs. Vl'TKo-iil'N"ttABY, i n a , KI'EN i NOSWAY. jIexico, Dl.SKASK, ICM. I i s Empiue, -J 1S, Kcssia, lii.nr UlilTAIN, F. P. HaRtincs, A. W. lichardson, A. F. Horke, C. I. Wight, C I'urneanx, F. A. Schaefer, A. J. Cartwright, J. H. Tatv, 11. F. Glade, C. A lee. Goo Kim, il. W. Schmidt, U. V. Laine, II. It. Macfarlane, J. F. llackfeld, IE F. Glade, It. W. Laine, J. F. llackfeld, T. II. Walker, C. G. V. & Dep. C. ,Con. Clerk, Con. Agent, Con. Agent, Con. Agent, C. (Dean of j Con. Corps . C. c. c. Com. Agent, "Asst. C. A. C C. C. c. V. c. Actg. T. C. V. C. G. the ) Date of exequattjb. C. July 10, 188',. Oct. 23. 18'. April 23, lrCj. Oct. 18, 1885. Ang. 20, 1880. Oct. 23, 182. Sept. 22, 1888. May 30, 1809. Ang. 20, 1878. Nov. 20, 1880. Nov. 28, 1882. April 17, 1884. April 17, 1884. May 28, 188.r. (Original Feb. 24, ; 1881.) Re-app. : Dec 2, 1885. Jan. 22, 1886. March 14, 1887. !Aag. 4, 1887. Feb. 17, 1880. ,Sept. 24, 1H&G. Oct. 17, 1888. Diplomatic and Consular Representatives of Hawaii. CoCNTiiY. United States. Wiifhinytun, D. C, New York, San Francisco, I. ston, FortUnd, O., Fort i'ownsend, Philadelphia, Mexico, Mexioo, Manzauillo, Centkal it South Ameuica. Valparaiso, Lima, Ct'allao, Colon, Guatemala, Monte Video, Assumption, Gbeat Beitain t lUELAND. London, Name. Ilia Ex. Hon. H. A. P. Carter, E. H. Allen, I). A. McKinley, Lawrence Bond, John McCraken, James O. Swan, Col. W. J. De Gresa, uastatio Obregon, iiobert James Barney, David Thomas, It. H. Baddy, Sylvanu Crosby, Henry E. Cooke, Henry Tolke, Conrad Hngb.cs, A. Marsngo, Bank. En. Ex. and M in. Feb. 9, 1883. Plen. C. G. July 21, 1875. u. vi. tor racinc Jane 29, 1885 t. t. 't- i C. Date of CoMillSSION. 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Paris, I ,L. Falcon y Quevedo, J. B. De Laguna, B. Mattheu y Battaller, C. C. C. C. C. c. c. c. c. c. V. c. c. !C. C. G. for the Dominion, C. V. C. V. C. V. c. v. c. iv. c. c. I ;V. C. C. G. for Aastra j laxia, etc. V. C. c. 9r v.c. ;c. c. C. G. C c. C. d'A. & C. G. !C. C. C. C. July 31, 188,-;. July 31, 1885. Feb. 15. 1887. (Orig.Feb.7. 1856.) Oct. 14, 1885. July 10, 1884. Sept. 28, 1878. Oct. 12, 1882. July 10, 1857. March 14, 1887. July 30, 1879. Oct. 18, 1873. Nov. 18. 1870. IJuly 25, 1881. 'Oct. 12, 1882. jSept. 10, 1888. Feb. 26, 1886. Mav 14, 1885. Aug. 'Si, 1883. March 12, 1884. March 12, 184. March 12, 1?84. March 12, 18S4. April 28, 1887. March 12, 1884. March 12. 1884. Jan. 14, 1879. Jan. 11, 1885, Oct. 1, 1888. Feb. 7, 1873. July 10. 1884. July 12, 1878. June 3, 1887. July 9, 1878. Feb. 5, 1871. Sept. 21, 1886. Nov. 17, 1881. Oct. 5, 1882. C. G. C. C. c. c. c. V. c. V. c. 1 .sbon, A. F. De Serpa, IC. G. Oporto, N. f. M. Ferro, jC. Madeira, J. Hutchison, jC. 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JUST ARRIVED PEK BARK llackfeld, from London -BEST- Fence Wire, Galvanized Buckets, Best Coir Matting, 2TFor Sale at Lowest Prices byTEl 0. W. Macfarlane & Co. 129 tf FILTER PRESSES. Paafhau Plantation, 1 Hawaii, March 9, 1888. J Risdon Iron and Locomotive Works, San Fran cisco. Gentlemen We have used two of your 30 cliaii)berl Filter Presses thisseason. They are convenient, easily handled and are working eutirf-ly to our satisfaction. I can recommend no improvement on them. Very respectfully yours. (signed) A. Mooke, Manager Paauhau Plantation. These Presses are being carried in stock in Honolulu aud are sold at very low prices to meet the demand. A consignment Is now on the way. Illation Iron & Loco. Works, San Francisco. For particulars enquire of JOHN DYEIi Honolulu Room N j. 3 Spreckelsi' Block: 82 ITU W. (I. IIIWT.V & Co.. Apents. The Planters' Monthly Devotetl to Hie Kncouracrenient of, A ( i U 1 C l ' LT U It E , HORTICULTURE, STOCK RAISING and INDUS TRIAL TURSUITS GENERALLY, An l more especially to the develoi-nif-nt and jerfection of Cultivation of Cane and the MANUFACTURE OF SUGAR. This popular journal has entered on it eighth volume, and having been Enlarged to 43 Pages Monthly, makes a yearly volume of nearly 600 pages, devoted to the agricul tural and commercial prosperity of the Hawaiian Islands. The attention of the business men of Honolulu and of all persons engaged in industrial pursuits is called to this per iodical as a medium for Advert sing & Information Which can be obtained in no other pub lication, here or abroad. 3TThe price of subscription is very low Two Dollars and a Half ($2.50) per annum, or $3.00 when mailed abroad. A tew copies of bound volumes of the years 1SSG and 1SS7 can be obtained : $3.50 each. JfT.ark Volumes ot the Planters' Monthly bound to order. Address : H. M. WHITNEY, Kdiiok ri.ANTKr.s' Monthly, 4t". Men-bant St., 16 1254-Siq Honolulu, II. I. 1 C. BREWER & COMPANY, l r 4 mm. 2 tf v. GENERAL MERCANTILE COMMISSION AGENTS. LIST OF OFFICERS: P. C. Jones. Jr President and Manager J. O. Carter Treasurer and Secretarv Hon. W. F. Allen Auditor DIRECTORS: Hon. C. R. Bishop. Eon. H. Waterhouse W'm Wo Chan & Co, NUUANU STREET, Have Just Received by Late Arrivals A large and well assorted Stock of hand-painted China Dinner and Tea Sets To which the attention of intending pur chasers is directed, as no goods of equal quality have ever been imported into this market. Also, all varieties and qualities of Silk Handkerchiefs, Of Chinese and Japanese make. Also, TO ARRIVE by bark " VELOCITY," now due, an assortment of GRANITE Paving and Curb Stones and a few CLINKER BUILT BOATS. 155-ly LEWIS & CO.; PORT STREET, Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Groceries and Provisions. tfSTlee House 4omI h Neclalty "Si 181-tf HONOLULU MARKET. (Successor to Wm. 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