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JI YK 1, ."-M
I!il in tlw middle of iho (own.
A lull' h .d T-""1 """"'"K I'lofP
A million MtiLlurn lirtslllnq thine
J-mm one rriaII w.1 with filmy winRs!
A .maiden, IdllriR with n frierul,
.ill" i:J-" ilrmmnl tti end ;
And, when lll.rumorn fllled (li Mr.
Uomlere,!, nil .Imply. u could u.r
To bIto aueli piin. Nor dreamed her Jest
Hitd Iwn tho tet for nil the reit.
HtHBimt It. Kmor in 5. .VieAeiir.
By tho Ht, of Sydney, which arrivod on
tho 12th with Cnlifornm ilntc, to tho -1th
instant, wo nro cnnblcd to give tho follow
ing Into items of foreign news :
rximv. Mnv 2.-.lrinco Leopold, tho
Qttccti jont.grst con, will bo raided to tho
peerage w.th tho title of Duko of Albany
Dl'siis, J ..no 1st A ro,,orthasrennhed
I..mer.A that threo policemen have been
killed during an eviction riot in County
Tho rioting in Clonmcll has been re
snmed. Tho police and soldiers charged
Iho mob and many people were wounded,
luo troops finally cleared tliostnets. Dur
me tho terriro of eviction writs on tho
islands around tho coast of DomcimI. tho
ar-.is.tit.co of her Majesty's gIlnboat ;.
W was invoked. The inhabitants at
acked and destroyed the Umhrnrk' small
boats, when the (ioha,ck opened lire, with
what result is not known.
Dui.Li.v, Juno 2d.-Thero was a riot at
Hodyke, County Clare, to-d.iv. KiKhly
po ico assisted a bailiff at evictions. As tho
polico weto nearing tho house fire was
ommil npun them from behind tho fences.
I titi polico advanced in skirmishing order
and returned tho fire. Tho bourn was
found occupied by armed me... The polico
flmashed in the front dour, and after a
severe encounter du.jK-r.ed tho occupuits
nud took possession. Thirty prisoners were
captured. When the polico wcro retiring
with tbopnsonersthey uero again attacked,
nnd somo men wounded. One prisoner
was killed by a blow iwth tho butt end of
n gun. Several civilians nero severely in
COPEMIA0E.V, .May 23d. - Jorgonson,
editor of n Socialist paj.er tho Jhrald
has been arrested on a chargo of inciting
to murder the King and establish a coni.
Tho Danish Suj.romo Court has con
firmed tho entente of death passed by tho
est Indian Commission ou thirty-uino
negroes, convicted of participating in tho
Santa Cruz rovolt.
Atiie.v-, Mny aitt. A decrco has been
signed, granting Do Lcsscps a concession
U cut a canal through the Isthmus of
Corinth. Tho work will probably bo com
menced in 18SJ, nnd be completed in fivo
Co.VsTiXTi.vorLE, May 22d. Abdul Bey,
cs.Chicf of tho Albanian League, has been
court-martialed and condomued to death.
BucmnEsr, .May 22d. Tho fetes in
honor of tbu elevation of Itoumania to n,
Kingdom began to-day with tho coronation
of King Charlos with a crown of steel,
manufactured from cannon captured at
Plevna, which was placed on his .Majesty's
head by the Presidents of tho Senate nud
Chamber of Deputios. There was mi im
ineiiso concourso present, nud tho city is
brilliantly illuminated to-night.
Losdo.v, May 22d A Durban dispatch
says that tho Kaffirs, in a. fight, with tho
Boers, lost 70 men killed.
Duijba.y, May 30th. Tho feeling among
the loyalists throughout tho Trausvnnl is
very disturbed. There are numerous rc
jiorts of Boer outrages since peace was
established. It is rejjorted that the Boers
have attacked bodies of natives and mur
dered ten, because they were loyal to tho
Queen nnd were working for the English.
Tho Swnzies and tho Trnnsvanl natives ex
jiress n determination to fight tho Boers if
they are left in complete postessiou of the
NewYouk, May J.lUi.Tho mammoth
6tcmner7'MriiMii yiMcidny brought 14SS)
emigrants from Glasgow, tho V.himWh,
18-W from Hamburg, and tho Kmjt.tnd
131? from Liverpool. President Lord, of
the Southwestern Kmigrntion Con.p.mv,
had an iuterviow with tho Castlo U.iideu
nntborities yesterday, with n view to in
ducing somo of tho new-comers to tarn
their attention to Louisiana, Toms, and
Arkansas, all of which States, ho says, nro
prejnred to oiler extraordinary induce
ments. Tho railroads havo ngieed to pay
pro rata tho cost of transporting them
from this point. Long, in tho further
prosecution of his mission, will sail for
Kuro.o Saturday. Thirty families of
newly-nrrived emigrants were yosterdny
sont South. Among tho distinguished nr.
rivals was tho mother of Thomas Hughes,
of Rugby fame, who, although 83 years
old, is en route to hor son's Tenneshco
colony to pass tho remainder of her days
Wasiii.no ro.v, May 27th Information"
from ireinia iudic.Uo tlint it,n ,.i. ,. :...,..
held yesterday, so far ns tho returns nro ro
coircd, nio ndrerto to tho Ueadjusters.
n NE,Wr f0Bk"' Mn-v ""'. U is estimated
that 15,000 men weru in liuo in to-day's
procession in honor of Decoration Day.
it iucludiil many organizations, working,
men ns well ns tuo military, and tho G. A.
It. Tho docorations wcro extensive, e
Iecially those on tho gnivwa of tho survi
vara of robel prisons.
St. Louis, May 30th. Great crowds of
poople havo gone to tho National Cemetery,
Jetierson Barracks, where tho decoration
ceremonies will take placu at 3 p. it. Thero
nro twelve thousand graves of Federal aud
Confederate soldiers there, and ull will bo
strewn with flowers.
Louisville, May 30th. The graves of
rtdernl dead wcro decorated all over tho
New Your, May 31st. Immigration
this month exceeds tho figures for tho same
month' last roar by 21,000, and tho num.
bar u larger than for any ouu month in tho
history of Castle Garden. Tho arrival,!
each month since January are as follows ;
January, bOS2; February, 9758; March,
27,788; April, 59.8IS; May, 7(3,812. Total
for the a vo months, 182,103. During tho
correjwndiug period of last year the figures
were: January, 5(377; Febrmrv, 7804:
Msrcb, 21,094; April, 45,078; May", 75,083.
Total for the five monthi, 135,83ti.
Sr. Louis, May 31t. John Fitzgerald,
formerly a messenger of tho Southern Ex.
press Couipauy, was arrested in Knnsas
City to-day, charged with robbing the bag.
gage of Gentrht Grant while ou his wav to
Galveston last pring. On hi person were
found a largo medallion in the form of
a Ruksian bear, n't with diamonds, pre
sented to General Grant by the Emperor
.of Husiia, and a Malteiu cross set with
I seventeen diamonds, four of which had
been removed. H. King, formerly a bag.
, gage-man on tho Iron Mountain road, and
supposed to bo connected with tho robbery,
was traced to Sedalin, Mo. Tho men wore
seen together nt various jioints with quan
tities of costly jowolry belonging to Grant.
A telegram has been sent to General Grant,
notifying him of tho discovery nnd arrest
of tho probablo robbers.
Washisoto.v, Juno 2d. Tho British
Government, through Sir Hdwnrd Thorn
ton, haB jiaid tho .tl5,000 fishery nward
duo tho United States.
Wasiii.voto.v, Mny 27th. Secretary
Hunt to-dny forwnrded instructions to
Commander Cooper, commanding U. S. S.
Atiinnce, now at Norfolk, Vn., to preparo
his ship with all dispatch to proceed on n
cruiso in search of tho Jeannette, between
Greenland, Iceland, nnd tho coast of Nor
way, nud ns fnr aR tho northern coast of
Spitzborgon, if it is jjossihlo to get there
without endangering tho vessel.
New YuHK, Juno 1st. Lieutenant Fred
erick F. Kysi-.glinbiirg, of the Eleventh
Infantry, an ollicor well known by his jhir
ticijntion in tho recent Indian cunjnigns
in tho Northwest, arrived yesterday from
Custer, Montana, and etoj.ped at tho Astor
House. Ho has been selected by the Sec
retary of War to servo as second officer of
tho Lady Franklin Bay cxjicdi'.iou, coin
manded by Lieutenant Greely. Tho ex
jicditiou will bo composed of the commander
nud second officer already mentioned, Lieu
tennnt Loekwuod, third officer, n surgeon,
Mr. Pavy, at present at Disco, Greenland,
where ho his tieen for over a year, nnd 21
enlisted men, selected from tho army for
well-known bravery, strong j.liysiijuo nnd
exeejitiounl ability, as well as a disj.osition
to endure a threo yoars' sojourn in tho
Polar regions. Tho" steam soilcr I'mttus
will sail for cf. Johns, N. F., July 4th,
with members of tho oxjied.tiou nud threo
years' suj.plies on board. After calling at
Disco, and receiving there I0U0 dogs nnd
sledgei, sho will j.roceed Mrnightuny to
Lady Franklin Bay, arriving thero in tho
latter pirt of August. Lieutenant Kysing
linburg, ns well as nil tho other members,
are snuguino that thoy will meet with com
pleto success. The nlso expect to como
across tho Jennnette in their explorations.
1 Ho minting wliero tbo first settlement will
bo mado will bo nbout 81 40' north lati
tude, aud will bo hundreds of miles away
from any human habitation, unless it bo
that of the cnmictti' wayfarers. Kysing
linburg leivos this morning ou the steamer
for St. Johr.s.
Pr.OM tho liiillum Annual wo learn tho
fact that tho United States, so fnr ns tho
precious mctnls aro concerned, is now tho
greatest money-producing nation of tbo
Tho prodnction of tho United States for
18S0, including nbout $3,000,000 from
Mexico ami British Columbia, amounted
to $80,107,1)30, n gain of 4,8 18,435 over
1879. Tho production of gold aggregated
$33,52'2, 132 in 1H80, against f321o3!t,'J20
in 1879, nnd of silver $10,005,304 against
$38,021,812, again of nearly $l,OUH,000
gold nnd about $1,400,000 .silver. Colorado
leads tho list ns n producer, showing $21,
23r,989 to its credit. California follows
with $18,270,100, then Nevada with 5,
031,021. Utah i fourth, showiug an out
put of $n,450,95:j. Arizona is fifth,
Dakota sixth, Montnna seventh, Idaho
eighth, Oregon ninth, Now Mexico tenth,
and Washington eleventh. Colorado, tho
banner State of 1880, presents n very
satisfactory showing. In tho past four
years it has risen from fourth to first
ptnee. It produced in 1830 $21,281,989,
against 14,413,515, in 1879, $0,2-32,747
in 1878 and $7,913,549 in 1877. Its yield
last year was nbout 30 por cent, of tho on
tiro yield of tbo Unitod Stntesj last year it
was less than 20 per emit.; in 1878 it was
nbout 8 per cent., and in 1877 tho ratio
was about tho samo. Tho increai-o over
1879 is $0,871,474, which is principally
mado up by tho increased output of Lead
villo Tho yield amounts to $15,095,153,
against $10,189,521 in 1879, n gaiu of
Asecdote or JJatakd Taylor. A writer
in tho Chicago JXxnl relates tho following
auecdoto of Bayard Taylor: " Spo-iking
of Taylor's reading his own poetry reminds
mo of nn nnecdolo that ho told mo nbout
Tenuysou, whoso stylo of reciting verfro ho
imitated to my hearty delight. Wbilo ho
and bis wife were visiting Tennyson, somo
years ngo, nt tho Isle of Wight, in cou
versing about tbo laureate's poems, Taylor
said that be could tiover road nloud tho
sceno of tho pirtiug of Guinevere nnd
Arthur in tho ' Idyls of tho King without
breaking down. 'lean,' said Tonnytoii
confidently ; ' lot mo show you.' And
tnero in tuo sacred upper room of his
houso, bofore his wifo nnd gncsts, ho
began. ' As he wont on with his deep,
sonorous voice, chanting liko nn old
British bard, nnd was getting fairly into
tho pathetic part,' Tnylor said, 'as I
glanced around, Mrs. Tennynon was in
tears, my wifo was vainly attempting to
repicss her emotion, n groat lump camo
into ray throat, my own eyoj filled, Mr.
Tennyson's voice was becoming uioro
and more tremulous and huRky, till finally
ho choked with feeling nnd broko down
utterly. "I thought I could do it," was
tho only explanation of his failure.' "
KECEIYED THIS DAY
EX BAHK KiVLAKAUA.
f.ir.i:ii-;i,irtit.Mt wx. uti.n oiima
Oats. California Ilarley. California Ground Ilailey.
Lallfort-ULoiu L'ailfurma heat, California lirau.
All fresh and In good order, and for sale low by
IIOLLKS i CO.
Giii.ui:. urn ii.vru.v i'ajiii.y.
Uoldta Gala bakers' Extra,
,....,, . . . ExecUlor Eitra,
ex bark Kalakaua, for sale by IlUl.l.hs LO.
CltUChlllhh I .V UALAKAUA."
1)HITH.V A Jti:illtll.I.' -Iriot I-.Mt.ler.
Oolong Conxi Tea. Knrll.h Urraktaat lea,
( rushtrtl SiUirr. I.tannliif .1 Smuj. . lM ...-.
I or blv by M)Ll.Eb jl CO.
Pitim: i-oitK. i:xni.t .mis.h iu:i:i-i
bairrli. Extra family Iletf In ball fcarrel., Extra
He Pork In h- H and H barrel., Uutir In JO lb ktzs
and I Ibgliis Jits, Hams and llacon (extra nice). Laid,
For sale by buLLLo a Co.
Cii.iimia itivi:itHtijiii.i. iiiiiii:ij(
and bait barrels, Canard salmon 1 and 3 lb tins.
lluLl.r.3 A CO
PAINTS AND OlLS.-ATIiANTIO
Lead. Ilabback's Lead, llubbocx's Zinc.
enllgrts. lilack I'alnl, Chroma Green,
Cbroiu. . How. Pari. Green, and
lull assortment uf r'aacy I'alut.
for .!. by 1IOLLKS A Co.
IIK.MPCOHDAGU. AND HOl.T HOI'E.
AS ASMttHTMr.NT Of NlXUt 1 ItOM 3 La
i iKuh "t? ,Sh' AUol PIMn. blxlo, lUtlla,
IIousiIIb. ilxrllue, ltouudiof , Ac.
1IOLLES i. CO.
IsIXSKKD I'ATXT niT..
I .4 n ... i ....i...i '...".".".-." .'."i. -""
Kaw Liatefti latnl Oil U'srrsni.! th ..,.. ai-iu
(eatlas. Allautlc t4. in packagtAil 1 lb, and
uuttards or W lbs. paint llruihei In treat
Tarlety. All of which ll be sold at rntes by
M ' UOLLKli A CO.
A Ura-sj assonaientot Kraits. Meats, Fish,
LoUu-cs. Olasns, Ojrsiers, shiUups. ie
st rrttlled, and lor tale by IJOLLES at Co.
Ilnvo Jut Rccclvril n LnrRn
STOCK OV GOODS,
Ilf ldi' tinr nml f nil forimrnl of rnfrrtiindlse we
Mivild tall ntlriili.m tu (he fui.wlnc .Unit
OIL! OIL! OIL!
Tti tndnt brnd, Nnnndty snd Ilownrr't, frnh
from the Iltflnfr'rii Tb Noondtr Oil la nt hlrh trtl
and Is noconldr?d I III. I1I..S 1 r..M 1 1,1 nil.
to br hid In the mirk(.
LAHD OIIjlncae snd in barrels,
Lt'UItlCATINO OII-S-Ixiw Priml-Cnstor Oil,
Nents Fixit Oil, Cylinder Oil, Cheap Japan for
Smokestack ami Iron work .
Hall's Steel Plows,
A full line from o 6 to No. IS, with extra Mure and
llandlra A full raf load direct from Mollne
Hall's Hickory Trash Forks,
A new article, nude for tnrnlnc (rath. PIeae
'd. ' auiil- t. irj
Hall'B Cnno Planters or Covorcrs,
A new tool for covering cane teed after being
placed In the furrow, with It one man
can do the work of (hree
Itarttow Stove Company's Celebrated
Stoves. Ranges nnd Cabooses,
Farmers' Caldrons, ns3ortcd.
STl'll-FIno Machinist's Tools,
PACKING All Sizes.
Seine Twine niul I'isli Lines.
Hubbuck's Paints and Oils
Manrr' Color In tint. f"r ltonte or Coach l'nlntlns,
arknou Mgrd ly alt koihI palntert (o be the Out it mil
Water rilter. Ice Crenm Frecreri, Hcfrinerntortt,
IIviIrnulicTiirkii. liftitn; 7 tom li Inrliex, Hur
dick's KoiUler flitters, Nnilsof ccry lU-jcriiitloii,
Ijock's of every description. AtuoikenK IJeiiitu?,
Iiy tlio balo or pieco ; Amoskcnp; Ticking, by tho
l'UWDCH BtastliiK. Giant niul Hercules, Sport
IVrader from i to ;V lb. tins, Giant Powder and
All for ale cheap by
E. O. HALL& SON.
17 Corner Klnir nnd 1'ort .SCreetN.
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
I IlECi TO NOTIFY
Planters and the Public
THAT I AM l'ltlll'AltTKI) TO
FURNISH PLANS AND ESTIMATES
Steam Portable Tramways,
With or without Cnrt nnd Locomotives,
Specially nilupteil Tor Susur Plantations !
Steam lMouKhitiK nnd Cultivating Machinery,
Traction Ktisiiies nnd Road Lucuuiothcs,
locomotives for any flnuco of Jtailwny,
l'ortnblu KiiKii.es for all purport's,
Winding Engines for Inclines.
MESSRS. JNO. TOWXER & CO..
Of Leciln, Kn;Und, whom I reprcrnt. hac supplied
I'orUlilo It.nilnatH for Mi-ar I-lnntnllonn In CnLa, Trini
dad, De.nar.iru. 1'cru and Mexico, for nil or which plncis
they have supplied Mi'fm I-loushliig Machinery.
They have also during the Ust 1.1 j tare niaiiuiaetured
Locomotle fnr Hallway In (lie.it llrilaln and the Col
omen, India, Mexico, Ceylon, Egypt and Peru, from 2U
Inch gauge up to .'. feet 3 inch naucc. and suited for nil
kinds of track" and trallic
They hae nupnlicd ilic Oovernment-of Oreat Ilrltalc,
Germany, Ilusfia nnd Italy with Traction Knglnrt
hlch haveghen ecry satisfaction, as well as larre
number!- for prltatu uee.
Any communicailoni to be addressed to It. II. Konler,
care of W. I,. Oreen, Esq., or (!. V. Macfarlane A Co.,
Honolulu, who will net as their AKeuts
faialncues, with lllutrntion. raodeli and photo
graphs or the above plant und machinery may be seen
at the oillce or G V. Macfarlane A. Co
It. 11. KOWLEIl, for
JNO KOWLEIt A CO.
N. B I propose to visit the different Islands dorinc;
he nett few weeks, and shill bo pleased to s-He any In
formation with regard to the application of thedlflerent
styles of the above machinery to each locality.
It II. FOWLHlt.
THOS. G. THRUM,
IMPORTING AND JIANUFACTL'IUNG
STATIONER, NEWS AGENT
Merchant Street, and Dealer in
Fine Stationery, Books, Fancy Goods
Fort Street (Iltewer'a Illock).
IV US W GO O T S
IteceiTcd for each Department every month, and
Special Orders attended to with promptness.
The Bindery Department
I. the only Competent Establishment in the city to
attend loal work froni Pamphlet to Presentation llook
Hind lnKs, and Illank Book Jlanufactnrlnt: of any de
THE STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
Is belnc renewed with Sliple Goods and mellles
constantly, amonj the most snccessful of which for
lime and money saving and convenience, are
Letter Paper nnd 'ote Paper
In Woeks of Ream each, or Itcam slnrlo sheets.
niamond Head. Can be had
In single sheets to order If desired.
THE NEWS DEPARTMENT
Has special care, and attention, to Intnra accuracy and
prompt delUery. 31 am
T AVITiTi Om: ?5 TO KNOW M'lIO
1 ate the OtUlnMora of the Malicious Stories that hatr
been clicnUlr about me, and I hereby give notlct that
1 will pioaeeutu aujnr cirrulatlni: such reports. This
Is no llankum, 1 mean business. A. ilcWAYNK
Horso Bodding Mattross Hay,
W'jW' CUUKD, BALKJ) AX)
delivered In qualities to suit,
AT ONE DOLLAR PER lOO POUNDS.
Apply, through the J'osl Ofllce, to
. J. II. WOOD, or
x J. W IIINOLKV.
L. G. SRESOVICH & CO.,
IMPOItTEItS AMI IlEALEItS IN
FRESH FRU1TS& CALIFORNIA PRODUCE
iiNiifx oT every Iciiicl
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Froah Eastern Oysters in the Shell
IIKCEIVEU BY KACII STE.UIEIt.
THE HOOVER TELEPHONE
THE HIGHEST PREMIUM
Alth Mechanic's f sir In San Francisco, loot), for the
llrl Tl'.U..iie for aturt distances, lbs Hell oraui
utlit-r Telephone uul execpttd, No trouble to put op
or work, and r
CASH OnfiEH3 nromntlvallsn.ls.l In trn...l....
jttsli on application, These Telephones ar Inraluabla
OS rlanlatloas. L-IISK 1U(I.. Ilnnnlnln
Sols Agtuu fof thi llawalltn Islands
Cablet it nd Anchor
CII4IX i'AUI.IUs AH Ilili.V firiICK AIV
CllpltS-Slj.s from Si Inch to 154 Inch, ex Nor.
,'i foraaJcbjr UOLLEb A Ci
Nicklo Mounted in Sota or Single
Pieces, such ns
Tea Pots, ColToo Pols,
Cronni Jugs, Water Jug?,
Slop .Tors, Sugar Howls,
Ton niul Coffeo Urns,
Iron Stone Ware
The aboro ware l put together not simply to tako tho
eye bat Is well made In every respect.
11 -IVf If Kl-iUrV "iy
Cups nud Stvucors,
Toilut Sota, plain nnd ftiucy,
Dinner and Tea Sots,
Dosort Sots, itc, itc.
OTT Ac Co.
Tractical Tin, Copper nnd Sheet Iron Worker',
1 ty Kaahnmaun Street, Honolulu
ForSalohy A. W. IlICII AKOSOX st- C.
" 3in Corner Fortnnd Jterchant Ms., Honolulu
ARTESIAN WELL TUBES,
The Honolulu Iron Works
Is cow prepared to
FURNISH PRI0ES AND SHOW SAMPLES
ot'Tiu: ahovi; i-jnoi
National Tube Works Co's Works,
And to make contracts to delttor It In larco nt small
quantitlei. In thli. city. (tW SJJ if
"70n CAHUYIKG MEKOIIANDI8W
TV JV21D MAOOAOE. Ofllce, at I'lckerlng .t tV
I. -. L. htcrc, corner Foit and Klntr hlrccls. Orders
liiinrtually attended to. I'rlvato rcsldenrr. 111. Hotel st.
8I' -'' 3"' IVII. OEDINti.
TRTUGATIOX AFT13K THIS DATE
JL if strictly prohlbitrd. escept between the hours of
II to Mil in., nitii (tu Up. in, o. I). FItEKTII,
Apprrncoi Superintendent nf Water Works.
Mcned, II. A I-. Oaiitbii, Jllnlster of Interior.
Ilunoliilu. April 19th. Ibcl. BW 81 tf
COFP li JL3 .
1 to 100 Bags Selected at 16 cts.
FOIt SALE IIY
C. P. WA11D,
ZsL MKM'IHAM' A.M 77 UUKi:! NTN.,
t r at ard'a Dray titand, olfera for ,ne
Uro WooO, Cliuri-oal, Suit niul White Sanil,
Billiard Table For Sale,
TX TKUPECl' OHlHH, STUAIUVE
1. A HJtlllKH make i I'helau A Cullender cushions;
marble bed. r'ur particulars ennulrn at
OOJIMrillOIAL ltll.LIAUU l'AULOIl.
331 Et vrr aiiau
TELEPHONE COMPANY !
I.M'OUIMMIATKIs li;C. Ull, 1HKII.
II. A. WIDKMANN. I'rcsimit
t O. IlCIttlLIt , tiEcutranr avuTmcisiukb
Wi: auk v i-iti;i-Aiti:i to Nt;i.i, or
rent to tho public fur prtratn purposes onlr.tijm
plftooutais of Telephonic Instruments nf the latest
pattern d. Including- ine celebrated ' lllake Trnusiclllcr '
We will also furnish estimates to erect pririle Tele
phonic lines on tho other Islands. Kor particulars.
PI'ly to C O llEItOKH.
HU rn Hec'y Hawaiian llell Telephone Co.
STEAMER CITY Or SYDNEY.
IDA McKAY. AND
J A FALKINBUHQ
BY THi: AlOVK3XA'Y VKSSKUs,
webiis Joit rrcelred. Kxtra lieu Heef n barrels
and half barrels. Cases falrhauk Lard,
(oldeu O.ste tun Katnllr Kloar.
Wheal, Corn, Oils, Ac-, ic.
PACIFIC JlUllltKU l'AINT,
Afalltssottraentof Ibis celebrated paint In H,
I and ft (allort pakajes, all tbe desirable shades and
colors. for salt by tlOLLKa i. Co.
ArVLL 1UB Wf iJIMK'VKIEM AT
) BOLLBt. A Co'.
C. BREWER & CO.
O CoiSJtlio Cargo
BARK ",EDWARD MAY,"
JuBt Arrived from Boaton,
UONSISTIKO IV TAItT AS FOLLOWS-
Sfcnm, CtiiHliorlntid niul Stovn Con!,
Kcroscnn Oil,'" Electric" Brnml.
Keroscno 0il,;"Brcwcr"8 Best," 150 "Test
O ji, l- rl It ji i.i li m,
llastorn 1'itio ll'irrol Slinnk,
Onrn "()pior lippoil," Itonin,
l'ildi, Tur, Kirn I'lny, l'liislr-r Paris,
Ico ltcfrigcrntrirg vnriiuiH sized,
BARRELS EXTRA MESS BEEF,
Pick niul A so Ilamllrfi,
MULE CAHTS, Heavy and Light,
FiiiPtorR Uoik-rn, for I'lnntiition uo ;
An luvolco nt Cut Nails, iissmtt'il j
AiiiuiSSIovoIb, llunt'o Aies imil liulclicls
Stock of Choice Groceries :
Iiowis' Tonuitocs, discs Snus.igo Meat,
Oreen Corn Sluciilmli,
Ulierltins, 1 mill 1 ',j gull,
lluntuii B.ikcil lk'iins, Corn Slarcli,
Toranto nnd Mock Turtlu Soup,
Siinilwich Hum ami Tongue,
Irmh Slew, lluirivnt of .Mutton,
Stoivuil U.ilves' Ho.ul, D.iiiy Salt,
Qr ll.ii il-Ih I'auiily Pork.
Cases Laid, 6 lb tins, lull weight
Boston Crushed Sugar.
FAIIUiAMiS' I'LATKOIlsIL SCALKS
Iron Stiles, Yellow Mctnl mid Nails,
.Miiiiila Ciinliii-e, Now Dedfoiil nniko
Uliltuwoud, tilates, lloHcnilalo Comeiit.
Aii Invoice of .Carriages,
Tlio Xjettosit Stylos
A.MMtl- JSOIIJII .1IA.tll'ArilIKKIt.S.
Baskot Phaotons. Cabriolets.
Susfti" and Coal Hags,
The above Ooodi lll be offered for sale to nmve
UPON REASONABLE TERMS.
V. IIIvI'.tVKK .1 C(),
MURRAY & LANMAN'S
The Best in tho Market.
, MURRAY & LANMAN'S
Tho richest, most lastlrir, yet most dellcato of all
perfumca for uso on tho Ilnndkerchlor, at the
Toilet and In tho Dath, delightful and healthful
In tho sick room, relievos weakness, fatigue, proetra.
Hon, nerrnnsnessnndhoadache Look outfor connter.
felts. , t Always ask for thn Florida Water preparcil
be thn solo proprietors, Messrs. Lankan & limr.
lor Sals ty firfsBiri, Inif cliti 1 r:ej 0::li Bmiti.
Murray & Lanmaa'a
. Tho richest, most last
Ing, yet must dcllcatocf
1,1. u i)(iuoi aiurnra oa
tttho Toilet and In thaltnlti. fli.llphtfnl ..,.1
healthful In tho lick room, relic via vreakneaa, ft..
ttoio. prostration, ncnrouincaa andhcadscLo. Look
ont for countrrfilta, alwajs ask for tho Florida
water prepared by tho aula proprietors, Stcasis.
Ixninan Kemp, New York.
Tor Bale ty erinmori. VmzsltU and Fancy
Kor sale very low. In Dona or amy paid, A irreat it
loz by buj-mu a boi of una doaen bottles
JtJ! J MclNKItNV
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
.Xatazrgro XiOt ol IBCeavy
OK Till: NKW CHOP ALSO,
Whole and Ground .Hurley, OaU, Bran,
and Alfalfa Hay.
Wa carry tho largest .lock of Horse Feed In Ibis
Kingdom, and we are always prepared la Ull all orders
with accustomed promptness, and
AT LOW HATES FOR CASH,
aarCraln Ground to Order.ai
.Vheit, Corn. Cracked Corn.OI! CaVt. Jllddllngs, I
lUt.a'ti.ot.,lwiyionhand. - ''
Uta ' ' tAJNE CO.
Messrs. castle & cooke
OFFER FOR SALE
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES,
THEIR STOCK OF NEW GOODS
iti:ci:iVK ri:u i.ati: AituiVAi.s.AM) to aiiuivi: rr.tt
W. H. Whiton, from New York, City of Madrid and Cily of Nnkin, from Englnnd
TIIKSK HOODS AKK ADAITK1) KOIt J
Plantations, Country Stores and Families
A:uU.uRlit from riltST HANDS FOR CASH, ntul will l.y koI.I for OABli, with hrst tllnrontit on ?
tltno, or on iminl tcrmn to iwutlp.t npproTid. Wo oiler on Imtid niul to nrrn p,
Palaco Wator Whito Hlpli Tost Koroscno Oil,
Vulcan Water Whito Abovo Standard Korosono Oil.
Irfinl Oil, Cnntor Oil, Nontu l'oot Oil, Cyllmlor Oil. l'lnx Stonni J'ncMiiK, rneel.,w
In.lln ltnl,l.r Pint l'nrklnR, MB, 1-S. 3-1(5, Act AnleM;f. Htrnm I ncklim. AMk-Mo-i llollr r (Wrlnc
lirtblilt .Mt-tnl, Cnnnl ItnrniK, Lnco L-ntlirr. Unllier Hrl titiR, .1. I, (. (, IU nnd 1.' Inch
WpMon'HfVtitrifiicnl Hrltliicr.ii fuiporlor nrlldot Illanloii'ji ( niir-Knlvr, .,,,.
llnili Scjthtn niul Hii.iltlm, Ox Howb, Jltilo C'nrt Axlt n. Mttlo CM Inr nml Hniriwi, Multj Wuk-ii,
l.rovy (Innlcn H.k-b, Ijui.I'h I'lmilori.' IIihh, Axn rtii.l Pick MnttocltK, I'iuIii llrrnk nR IMovjh,
!.(!. thn olil fiivorllo unci tinctcpllcil Mollno Sli-nl IJri'nljJim '""lA1 ,n,'VV h,,'rl 1,or" ' ,,w"'
Kiiclo No. 'M rio, lMnnct jr. llorno Hup.ii fw MOIiTNK OAN(l I'l.OXNH, ,
.lolm Drt-in innko l)U Hose. Ill, 1,1 1-1,1 M! ntul '2 Inolit 1
Dent Stnti.lnr.1 WeolonM CViilrlitiii.il IilitiiiK", IS niul II Incli, i.cl nim Itv I 1 or n liln Ji.rRM, r
llnl.lnln Krl Cnllrrn. Knfllo AiitII. Hpcnr .t- .Inrkun'i ! "I""'"" b,lV,r, AI'H,0,r.,,"r., lloM' I
Dlsstoii'n colel.rntr.1 Kiiwp, nil rilrrn ! .Alnrlilnntn' Jlnaontj' nml Jllnckiii tlm Hm "( 1
Hacclinronicti-rn ntul Syrup 'I licrniotnrlrrB, Ctrt Nnlls, nil Hire" ; Cut bplkrB, A roiiRlit Nnllrt,
lloreo SIioob, JlnrFO Nnlln, rinlnliinu NnlU.
A PULL LINE OF SHELF HARDWARE
Jxickp, lluttH. Screws, IHiikch, Aiiritb, Aiir.t llltH, Clili.cls.Snw-, llrnroF. IlollB, CntclicM Ac, I
Slncliiiio mid CnrrliiRt- lloltn, lient tiiniitifiictuio Suiuotli, -luck nml Jointt-r l lnm,
I'luwHiitul Alntchl'liinci). ATullUtioof
Psiints and Oils of tho Rest English and American Brands I (l
. STAPLE GOODS, SUCH AS
AmoflkenR Denlmx. 8 nnd or. Tlr.UltiRB, A O A II nml I) lllcnclu-il Coltoiiri. 1-1 wlilc best niak ;
Unblt-nrhfil Cottoiia, Chnrp, Mrdluin nml ritin Jlromt nnd llluo Drilln, l.lnrii UrlllB, liriiry (
llURsiii DinjHT, l'ttru Linen Slit-etiiiKt Fi"" Miwqnltii Ijiice, llluo I'lnnnol, Scnrlut I'lnimol, fa
A Superior ANKortinent of Aiiieiicmi Wlilto l'lniiurls.
STAPLE aiROCEnilES :
Golden Onto Hit I'miilly Flour, Hnwnllnn l'ln. Corn Stnreli. .Intmn, Comet nnd Clienp Tenn,
Ciibn SiiRnr, Hnwnllnn Stiqnrn, Com ntul IViih, Condensed Milk. Corned Href nnd ToiiRuen,
SnrdineB, Oxford SntiBnccB, McMtirrny's OvBterM, KvmiN A I.eseiiur'H FIiichI SjiIccb,
Tlio Fnvorito I'nncy nnd WnaliiiiK SonpH. Cnlifornln nnd KnHtern brnndsj,
llnniij, Corn Mcnl, Avt-nn, Grnlmin Flour, Ac, Ac Ac.
. On CoiiNijynmeiiii :
Tho Goo. F. Blako Mfg. Go's Stoum Foed Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston's 1'atcnt Centrifugals,
Woodward ib Jiroion's Celebrated Pimws,
jS'cut JIavcn Onjan Co. Parlor Onjans
Washburn d- Mocn Mfy. Co. Jiarbcd Wire, the Jlest JJarbrd Wire vianufacluret
Portland Cement, Sugar Bags, Oats and Bum, California Hay,
Columbia Jlivvr Salmon, bbls. and hf. bills., Salmon Jkllicn in Kits Very Fine.
HOLLISTER & GO.
HEO I.EAVU TO
INFORM THE PUBLIC
That thoy havo moved into thoir
NEW AND CO3l3I0)Ior8 STORE,
In tho Fire Proof IlulldlnRl
NO. GO rriTUANU STREET,
Three iloors IipIoh their old stanil. whero mny bo fonml
tlio most complelo itssortmcnt of
Drugs, Chemicals & Toilet Articles
I. tiii: CITY.
AmonR a few of their Hpcclnltlen may bo found a l'ull
The Grown Goods
Perfumes. Soaps, Cosmetics,
AND THE OELHMtATED
Opaline Face Powder.
These floods received tho highest nwnrd nt tlio late
Sydney Exhibition ovir nil other competitors.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
OF JOHN G03KELL'3
Hair and Tooth Brushes,
CauiL'llliic fur tho Coiiiplcxlon niidTcetli,
LUBIN'S AND PINAUD'S
Soap Cosmetics and Face Powder,
Esjieclally adapted to thin climate.
Jlunipliroy's Hoiiieopiithic Siit-cidcH,
Carbolic Acid and Chloride of Lime, for disinfect
Agents for P. lorillard & Co's Celebrated
Tobaccos, and Drawing Room
Tobacco and Cigarettes,
Buchanan Lylo's Tobaccos,
Which wri have lately Intlodnerd here, and which la
rapidly grotylng lulo faor and demand.
WM. S. KIMBALL & CO'S VANITY FAIR
TOIIACCO ANO OIOAKETTES,
Which ire so well known all over the world as to need
no comment from us.
Goodwin & Co's Old Judge
TOHACCO ANI1 CIO.UtKTTKS,
ALWAYS IN DEMAND!
Anions our One Hundred brands of UlUAlttt, ws
would call especial attention to the
The Favorite Bed Brand, Pedro Huriu,
The Fragrant Stump.
They alsu continue to manufacture
Soda Water In all its Branches,
Tosethr with their
m fl. W
. BEST AMERICAN
STEAM ANDJrtTER PIPE.
We would call tb attention of thorenulrluif riitur
In mir larr afr-lr tf ' m
154,000 Feet On Hand!
Illaclt Wldt Bteaw I'lp U to T In. diameter.
(UliaulifU Water l'l v, ., a ,,, dluuiHer.
tV The abovn it Mcxlrrato I'rlces,
THE H0M0LU1U IRON W0RK8 COMFY
del your Pianos Tnucd
Who has lust arrived front Ha Franelsco.
Or-LEAVB YOOK OltUKKS AT
WKLLH' ML1C HTWHB,
M and M Fort Bn att.
tr Xmm BMf
THEO. H. DAVIES
Offer for Sale,
Of tho l'lnelron
Galvanized Iron Roofing-,
in (i. 7, 8 niii! feet lengths.
Galvanized Iron Ridging1,
lit U feet lengths.
FENCE WIRE & STAPLES,
Hardware, Cement, Saddlery.
I-alnta and Oils, lied Lead, Door Jtals,
Rice Bags. Sugar Bags,
Clothing and Dry Goods,
Il.ahcrdashery, Ar, Vi.
BLOOD, WOLFE'S ALE!
Champagne, , , f
Cider, Ac, Ac.
NOW ON HANpi
IIY LATH AItItIVAI.8,
Ashesloa Kelllng, for Steam I'lpea and Ilollora.
Cement, l'ence Wire,
Itallroad Iron with Spikes,
Ilults, Switches, c., cohiplcto.
tlalranUed Iron Ware,
lllue Mottlid biMp, Vellow Moap,
Saddlery, l.lnerpuol Salt,
Crockery uiid Olaaawaro.
Dry Goods and Clothing,
Klro Olay, Canvas,
Tubacco, 4r,, Ac.
Oottago Planoii. .
Mlrrlcmi, Tult & Watnoji'n
Two 500-Oallon Evaporators.
Ac,, Ac, Ac
, TIIKO. II. IIAY1KS.
SEIBEUT'H AUTOMATIC BTC1M
KOIt HALB IIY TIIK
HONOLULU IRON WOBXI 00
iitTI!r'ill.U,M?,liVsViitUiiVU' "'f JWr eoiistailly ami
ZVI...?, . nu lltllej oil la. uarsl thsit aav nif of oil and
Teaso!,! ' U to" b "tRtiU In in.
rM-?int SUe 46" W ! !. ).
NEW US0CER1T Si FEKD 8T0RK.
HAS.OI'KNKII A GItOOKHY AND
wk v St lc! Kata vomer,
Vrth UUnt Mailer rtctUti every wMk.
Mo Q1VK Hiy A CALL. tT
BOLLS 8 Co.