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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JUNE 15, 1889.
(Seutrd atomistmtntg. HAWAIIAN FOREIGN OFFICE LIST. MIBfntLad. EfeSSSMS Cm-' Delicately Put. 1 l9Mm&?m$mf 7.? Baiber (to subject who breathes heavily?-. Excuse me, sir, but have you been eating garlic? Subject No, z h-ir. Bar ler Well, won't you please go out and eat a bit before I go on? I'll pay for it Tid Bits. The Happy Land of Freedom. Political Boss (in great straits) Say, the election i pom' against me. I'M give you $5 apiece for their votes. Omaha Museum Man Those are nothing but freaks and curiosities from the Cannibal Islands and Mich places, half idiots mjst of them, and, besides, they've got no right to vote. "That don't matter, I'll fix that. I must have twenty-five more votes." "Well, th?ro aro only twenty, anyhow." "Great snakes! Can't ye' scrape up five mover "Impossible." ""What's them freemen locked up in that there cage for ?" 'They are ourangoutangs. 4tThemil do. Dress 'cm up an' bring Vm wound." Omaha World. 'Civilities of the Sarvlc. A citizen of Bourbon proclivities strolled Into the postollioe this morning with botb hands in his pockets and- a short pipe be tween his teeth, walked up and down the corridors, looked over the building as if he Siad just bought it, and remarked to a f rien I, "Begorra we've a Dimmycrat for postmas ther." When ho caught sight of two colored letter carriers going out with their mail he rushed exc itedly to tho postmaster's private office and demanded: "An' is it here Con is?'' "Meaning Mr. Gallagher?'' inquired a clerk. "It is that same mon that I mane. "Yes, sir, but he's out." "Wal the loike av yees tell mo isn't he posthmasther?" "He is." Just then a friend of the excited citizen en tered and tho latter caught his arm and ex claimed : "Wud ye belave it, Jerry! Con's running tho office wid nagurs!" "Whist a bit tid I tell yees." "An' haven't I seen thim wid mo own eyes?" "Kape tho clothes on ye, till I tell yees. Thim Bohaymian letther carriers is naded for raydin' Boyhamiam k-tthers an' thim S wades for raydin' Swadhdi an' thim naj-gurs av coorse for raydin' naygur. Don't yez be af ther making a ruction in Con's office till ye lain the civilities av thosarvice." Omaha World. "Tall Arlien from Little Toe Corns Grow." Did you ever reflect that the corn is an in dex of refinement and enlightenment? You may seek for it in vain in the miserable habi tations of the native of Terra del Fuego or the bushman of Australia, but in the gilded homes of statesmen and men of letters you will find them by the score. Gaze upon the generous feet of the king of the Cannibal Islands, who never had a corn in his life unless it was appended to a roasted mission ary and then search the embossed pedal ex tremities of Mr. Gladstone, or Lord Tenny Bon, or Lily Langtry, and you will realize that it is not the shriek of the locomotive or the gaudy uniform of the somnolent tele graph messenger, but tho humble and unas suming corn that speaks loudest of the on ard stride of civilization. Sedalia Bazoo. Two Lords of Creation. Political Boss You are a renegade, sir. You promised me you'd vote against women's nuffrago, but when the bill came up you voted for it. I've a great mind to thrash you. Legislator I've a great mind to thrash you, sir. You took an oath to me that you would u3o all your influence to get the other members to vote against it, and when the lime came you just sat in the gallery and didn't do a thing. "Well, but my wife was there." "So was mine." "Say, let's go take something." Omaha World. A Case of Mistaken Identity. i Avsn It "Wide Awake Officer I've got you now! Ain't you the galoot that's been beatin' the Bon Ton restaurant out of those $5 table d'hote dinners? 1 111 iT3L w I rlfiSk m tin,. Ltfxm. - a Suspect No, sir; this is the first time Tva been out of the museum in three month.- Judge. Odd Errors of Speech. The correspondent of a weekly contempo rary supplies a few moe genuine instances of Malapropisms. Thus, we hear of cholera morbus being tumed into "mollery corbus," and of a local "light" bidding some one bo ware of "inundations" in religion. Amusing, too, is tho unintentional perversion of a well known line "From Iceland's greasy moun tains." A villager, asked if Mr. JL lived in n certain house, replied, "Yes, he lives there, but he is dead." But that is rather an Irish Ism than a Mala proi London Globe. 'THE ARCADE" 75 and 77 FORT ) STREET. J EG AN & CO., 75 and 77 FORT STREET. Cheaper Than Ever ! GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. THE IBLAJSTC-EC OF OUE SPLENDID STOCK Will be Sold During -the Month of June AT 25 PER CENT. t ttit s--x-r m m 3 JCLrfJLJ W VV JL 5G 1261-3in EG AN & CO., 75 and 77 Fort St. PUEE AND SPARKLING IS TIIE- Ginger Ale, Lemonade, Sarsaparilla, Cream Soda, Plain Soda, Mineral Waters, OF ALL KINDS, MANUFACTURED BY HOLLI8TER & Oo The Water used in preparing their Goods being purified by the "HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM," S3F" In operation in the Hawaiian Islands in their Establishment onlv 78-tf HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY, Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. GENER AX, .A-GrElSTTS EXPERT ACCOUNTANTS AND COLLECTORS, REAL ESTATE, FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS, CUSTOM - HOUSE, LOAN AND EXCHANGE BROKERS. 0 ' Departments of Business : Books and Accounts accurately kept and property adjusted. Collections will receive special attention and returns promptly made. Conveyancing a Specialty. 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Having had an extensive business experience for over twenty-five j-ears in New York City and elsewhere, we feel competent to attend to all business of an intricate and complicated nature, or requiring tact and discretion, and respectfully solicit a trial. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY. Bell Telephone No. 274. 29 1256-tf EE. E. Mclntyre &, Bro. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN G i-oeeries, Provisions and Feed EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS. New Ooods received by every packet from the Eastern States and Europe Fresh California Prcdnce by every steamer. AH orders faithfully attended to. and Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Island orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Postofflce Box No. 416 Telephone No. 92 0apl7 U., bonsai; n.. v., awhaik wu"ju'i - COUNTBY. United States, Gbeat Bbitain, pobtugal, Japan, Fbakce, Name. His Excellency Geo. W. Merrill, Major James H. Wodehonse, Senhor A. de Souza Canavarro, Mr. Taro Ando, Toitchi Takasagi, S. Ban, F. Tanno, S. Hayakawa, M. G. G. Bosseront d'Anglade, M. Lon Bellaguet, Bane. M. K. f.nm . (I. CI. .Com., C. D. A., C. G. Attaches. Com. C. Chan. Date of Exeqtja- tdb ob Commission. June 12, 18S5. June 21, 18C6. CM Sept. 5, laa-J. Jan. 12, 1883. Feb. 25, 188G. March 16, 1888. April 4, 1888. Aug. 24, 1888. Dec. 28, 1888. Jan. 16, 1889. March 10, 13S8. List of Foreign Consuls Resident in the Hawaiian Kingdom. Countbt. United States, Kahnlai, Maui, Mahukona, H., Hilo, Hawaii, Italy, A. J. Cartwright, J. H. Paty, H. F. Glade, C. Alee, Goo Kitn, Sweden ANoeway, H. W. Schmidt, Mexico, Peeu, Netheelands, austbo-hunoaey, China, Name. J. H. Putnam, F. P. Hastings, A. W. Kichardson, A. F. Hopke, C. L. Wight, C. Furneaux, F. A. Schaefer, Eank. Denmabk, Belgium, Geeman Empiee, Spain, liUSSIA, Gee at Beitain, It. W. Laine, H. R. Macfarlane, J. F. Hackfeld, H. F. Glade, K. W. Laine, J. F. Hackfeld, T. It. Walksr, C. G. V. & Dep. C. G. Con. Clerk, Con. Agent, Con. Agent, Con. Agent, C. (Dean of the Con. Corps.) C. C. C. Com. Agent, Asst. C. A. C. C. C. C. C. V. C. Actg. V. C. V. c. Date or EXEQUATUB. C. July 10, 1885. Oct. 23, 1885. April 26, 1886. Oct. 18, 1886. Aug. 20, 1880. Oct. 23, 1882. Sept. 22, 1S88. May 30, 1869. Aug. 20, 1878. Nov. 26, 1880. Nov. 28, 1882. April 17, 1884. April 17, 1884. May 28, 1885. (Original Feb. 24, 1881.) Its-app. Deo. 2. 1885. Jan. 22, 1886. March 14, 1887. Aug. 4, 1887. Feb. 17, 1880. Sept. 24, 188G. Oct. 17, 1888. Diplomatic and Corn. !ar Representatives of Hawaii. COTJNTEY. United States. "Washington, D. C. New York, San Francisco, Boston, Portland, O., Port Townsentl, Philadelphia, Mexico, Mexico, Manzanillo, Centbal fc South Ameeica. Valparaiso, Lima, Callao, Colon, Guatemala, Monte Video, Assumption, Gbeat Beitain & Ireland. London, "Liverpool, Bristol, Hull, Newcastle on Tyne, Falmouth, Dover and the Cinque Ports, Cardiff & Swan sea, Edinburgh and Leith, Glasgow, Dundee, Dublin, Qaeenstown, Cork, Belfast, Canada. 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His Ex. Hon. H. A. P. Carter, E. H. Allen, D. A. McKinley, Lawrence Bond, John McCraken, James G. Swan, Col. W. J. Do Gress, Anastatio Obregon, Robert James Barney, David Thomas, 11. H. Rsddy, Sylvanus Crosby, Henry E. Cooke, Henry Tolke, Conrad Hughes, A. Marengo, Abraham Hoffnung, Sidney B. Francis Hoffnung, Mauley Hopkins, Harold Janion, Mark Whitwell, V. Moran, E. Biesterfeldt, W. S. Broad, F. W. Prescott, Hyam Goldberg, E. G. Buchanan, James Dunn, J. G. Zoller, It. J. Murphy, G. B. Dawson, W. A. Ross, C. Elliot Anderson, Dickson Anderson, Col. Geo. A. Shaw, J. D. Buell, A. Brown, G. Itichardson, J. N. Pouliot, Q. C, A. O. Crookshank, E. F. Clements, R. P. Rithet, Ernest O. Smith, H. E. Stokes, Captain G. N. Oakley, A. B. Webster, Captain Hon. A. Coete, Geo. Collins, D. B. Cruickshank, H. Driver, Hon. J. Bell Irving, J. J. Keswick, H.Schott, Alfred Houle, A. Couv, E. de Boissac, C. Schaessler, J. T. Cognet E. F. Weber, J. F. Muller, J. Kopp, A. P. Rnss, H. Muller, E. Mineuez, G. Scham, V. Chust, F. T. De Navarra, J. Paris, L. Falcon y Quevldo, J. B. De Laguna, B. Mattheu y Battaller, A. F. De Serpa, N. T. M. Ferro, J. Hutchison, R. See roan, C. Martins, J. Clinton Hooker, R. De Luchi, L. Colombo, A. Tagliavia, J. D. van der Made, P. R. z. n., Victor Forge, E. Coppieters, J. Blanpain, E. Vanden Brande, H. A. Burger, L. Samson, H. Bergstrom, G. Kraak, V. von Schonberger, J. Holmblad, His Excellency R. W. Irwin. S. Endicott, D. H. Schmiill, Rank. En. Ex. and Min PJen. C. G. C. G. for Pacific States &, Terr. C. C. c. c. V. c. c. C. d'A. & C. G. C. d'A. &, C. G. c. c. c. c. c. C. d'A. Sec. to Leg. (Actg. C. d'A.) C. 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. V. c. c. V. c. c. C. G. for Austra lasia, etc. V.C. c. c. c. V. c. c. c. C. G. C. C. C d'A. & C. G. C. C. 0. C. C. C. C. C. C. C.G. C. C. C. C. C. V.C. V. c. C. G. C. C. C. V. c. C. G. C. C. C. V.C. C. G. C. C. C. G. C. V. C. V. C. C. C. G. Min. Rea. C. C.G. 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LINCOTv THE WELL-KNOWN BUILDER, IS STILL Tv Tl ' tractor, and is now better prepared to do o E appertaining to contracting or any other class of Wortn ar"3 a!i A,, the same good and workmanlike manner as heretofore iii-'n expenses and still retain plenty of room to do any aiS oSc'i ing to the building trade that may be entrusted to rnv ! ofivt the same at very low rates, to suit the extremely dull r 1 am 4v i bearing in mind that what is worth doing at all is wort??8 atn Thanking the public for rast hr ei Pioneer SMrt Factory, of Honoh ISTo. 17Emma Street. The "undersigned begs to inform the public of these islana v measurement. Directions for self-measurement will be civT he ' KTeaa applied ! White Shirts, Over Shirts and A fit guaranteed by making a sample Shirt to every order, j, tST Bell Telephone 410 STEAM USEES, ATTEST hi O O f S3 Q o o 5: e S 53 2, cc CO S S" H o cc p ST 2. 2. rf S3 to W r o h k CD 0 OD rf CD 0 r H o CD Ul P to 0 ui " !; iStllW. : ' ' I 'i ll'!: . 1'; ; v ;! s ..' 1 ' -Ml !!;: 'ni".i ' pi j : 'mm ! i - 1 mm - w4- 1 lip:.p xd0kt'x tSfm--- m&- -x f Tliere are no Seams in the fire to fc X7" THERE ARE NO LOOSE RIVETS caused by the ccd rJ expansion and contractions of the plate, the bottom presenting a EVEN surface which can be easily cleaned. The folio wins: sizes kept constantly in gtotk: CO inches diameter by 16 feet length. 54 inches diameter by lb 48 inches diameter by 16 feet length. 42 inches diameter by 14 fe RISD0N IKON & LOCOMOTIVE WOBE SAX FRAXCISCO, C For particulars, apply to 1271 114-2m fllII H nil. nonoiui- ALL'S SAFE & LOCK ( FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF n Plantation, Jeweler s & House Of Every Description. Vault Front and W Extraordinary Fire Tests. Tulare, Cal., August 19, 1886. Hall's Safe & Lock Co: Gexts Doubtless you are acquainted with the facts of tbe recent fire which com pletely destroyed the business portion of our town. We wish you could see the Safe we just bought of you. It was opened with difficulty, because the outer sheets of both doors were badlv warped, and the bolts would not turn, but the combination is in perfect order, and by using a wrench we opened the bolts by the Combination. The inside doors, and cabinet work, and everything inside is in perfect order. It is a pleasure to see the admiration ex pressed by everyone at seeing it in such good order. We think every other Safe in town was scorched inside, though all the Hall Safes are in good condition. We are satisfied it would be to your interest to send a salesman down at once, as nothing but a Hali Safe will sell now. The outer doors of ours must be repaired, and our Safe is again new. The old one which we sold stood it as well as before, and better than many, new ones. (This was the third fire it has passed through). t Would be pleased to seeog The above lZviV Door Safe, and was bg , , fire which destroyed g portion of the town of of August 16, ISfiJ. e jjrj As stated the Hall Safes m fefij many of them.) i pre- fl in good condition. hsi said of every bre w California or elsewhere. f Burning of tbe B , PrrrsBURG, counts u - jhe r; Vj ; j tracts, deeds, etc. D . Sixth floor wiiflk-jrf ruins rive aaj t into n. , l" tr, onler to ge . bobeculoutandto;,; we fourid. f&er The contents e ti , that of anyt?Si&S?S advise what simi Js w Pittsburg. ! 0X7" ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED. T. H. HOBBON 116 1271-lm fifi Fort Street Agent for the TTtl0i