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MA liCIl 18. 1h2
English Notions of Hawaii.
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Somcbodr- linn m(1 "giro mo tho making
of n imtion's b.tllntN, ntitl I caro not who
makes tho laws," nnd from thn earliest
times popular ministrrls lias largely nidcil
In the formation of public opinion, not In
frequently nt tho sacrifiro of both truth
and justice. Of this n notable inslnnco is
afforded by tho well-known Knglish song
"Tho King of tho Cannibal Islands,"
which has for many years formed n favor
ite foaturo in rnuiic-linll programmosin tho
Uniled Kingdom. Tho author of this
nonsensical jinglo is stnttd to haro becoino
ntnnsrd at tho widely spread popularity at
tained by his effort, which is uttorly desti
tute of both literary nntl musical morrt,
like many of tho tongs which havo of lato
yearn ncquircil such an enormous amount
of popularity in England. Still more as
toTiishnd must he havo been on discovering
that which hii wrote as n merry jest, should
have beon taken lis otrnost by thousands,
and tens of tliousimlii of his fellow-couu-trytnen,
dospito tho cnligliloning inllucnco
of ii cheap and sound itiMructiro litcratura.
Ileadablo and Ititelligontly wrillon works
on Ilawnii abound, but thoso aro perused
by the educated few. To tho mioducated
.many, Ilawnii is still tholandof thosavago
canriilml. This mny mom cxtronicly ab
surd, but it in nono the less truo. Ktigland
I.h at onco tho best and worst infurmed
country in tho world. The travelled Kng.
lishmau will deaeriho Honolulu as a cily in
which civilization has reached its highest
stage of development, while his less in
formed brethren instructively regard it ns
thn metropolis of a semi-barbaric power.
Hpiico tho numerous ridiculous, because
ignorant, allusions by Huglish comic ora
torn on I ho occasion of tho rccout visit of
His Mnjesly, King Knlakaun, which has
done much in the way of correcting tho
erroneous improw'oriB which have so long
provailed among tho English people respect
ing the truo character of tho motinrchs of
Hawaii. It is to be regrotted that Ilia
llajesty did not find timu lo make himself
personally known to tho industrial popula
tions of Lancashire nnd Yorkshire, who
nre among tho most intelligent nnd best in
formed of their class in the world, not ex
cepting those of tho United Slates. Their
interest in foreign countries, especially
thoso with which commercial relations can
bo successfully developed, has made thorn
extousive roaders of books of voyage and
travel, ns shown by tho annual reports of
their miuicrouH libraries, mechanics' insti
tutes, and similar institutions. When tho
intclligoiico of tho arrival of King Kala
kaua in London was flashed along tho wires
through tho length nnd broadtb of tho
country, moro than ono North of England
jonrnal treated its readers to a tolerably ac
curate dibcriplion of Hawaii, its Govern
ment, institutions, and commercial pros
pects, while in tho Emrlish metropolis, the
dignillrd yet courteous demeanor of tho
Hawaiian monntch croatcd a most favora
ble impression in every section of English
society. This cannot fail in being produc
tive of good. The cheery nccounts of
English visitors passing to and from Ans
trnlia via tho Califuriiiau mail route, have
dune much townids dissipating existing
Crejudices against Hawaii and its people,
ut tho Europeau tour of His Majesty,
King Kalaknua, has effected moro, by in
ducing the English people to nsk of them
selves whether they have not beon unjust
towards Hnwaii, its ruler and inhabitants.
Somo few years ago, tho members of a
Yorkshiie debuting Bocioty found thotn
sel vos discussing tho question of tho advisa
bility of an English protectorate of Ha
waii, as a naval station in tho Pacific, whou
several of tho speakers hinted at tho proba
ble necessity fur keeping tho "uncivilized
natives" in subjectiun. This reminds us
of a 'similar occasion when a speaker ob
jected to emigration to Australia "on ac
count of tho tendency of tho children of
whito parents to iibsuiuo tho dusky huo of
tho aborigines." All this, however, has
becoino a thing of the past. There may
yet i cumin n kind of misty idoa respecting
tho real character of tho Hawaiian King
dom, but tho popular cotisciencu focls that
both tho country and its pcoplo havo been
unfairly judged, and weie His Majesty,
King Kalaknua, to repeat his visit to Eng
latid hu would reecivo a welcome far warmer
than on tho previous ocensiun. Hut would
thin influence English emigration to Ha
waii? Very little. At- present the favjr
ito destination of the Urilish emigrant is
the United Stales. The reason of this is
simp'e euough. The cost of a passage is
small, the duration of tho voyago is brief,
white tho opportunities of obtaiuiug em
ploy nient in any branch of industrial pro
duction aru abuudaut. The capabilities of
Hawaii as a field fur tho laborer or tho cap
italist are to this day uukuown both in
Kngland and Europo. Hawaii is dostiucd
to become tho England of tho enstsru I'a
cif'ic, although thtro nro many who hold
otherwise, who maintain that the climate
is too enervating for nny save Polynomial)
or Asiatic labor, as of the English work,
man were not found in evory xone. That
too American element should so largely
preponderate in Hawaii in no wise dis
turbs tho equauimity of the English neo
plo. They hnvo long ceased to bo jealous
of Ainorioan influence, regarding thum
sol vol and tho American people niul ery
properly so as branches of ono great and
jwwrrful family. Still they would like to
know more of Hawaii, its capabilities, both
ns a producing and as n cousmning couu
try, and its character as a commercial
market. Should Sir Henry I'arkes sue
cced In persuading the United States Gov.
eriimeut to assist more liberally in the
maintenance of tho Australian mail route
by way of Sou I'raucisco, ono result will
be au iucro.so in the number of English
visitors making use of the same, nudu cor
responding augmentation iu the number of
visitors to Honolulu. This tniut be pro
ductive of good, both politically nnd com.
mortally The positiou of Hawaii in the
Pacific points to its becoming a position of
coiibidrablo importance in these days of
steam iron-clad tleets, sud this is welt uu
dcrstood, not only at Loudon nnd Washing
ton, but also nt Paris, Uerlin and St. Peters,
burg. This, however, is somewhat for.
cigu to our subject, fn the treatment of
which we have beeu led into penuiugnkind
of roundabout article, but sufficient has
beeu said to show that iu vuitiug Eugland,
His Majesty, Kiug Kalaknua, has uucou.
scioiikly doue much to destroy the unwboto.
some and 'mischievous prestige so loug eu
joyed by au iguornut wid reckless ballad,
Hy the arrival of tho JCllu from San
Francisco with news dates to February
18th, nnd the ZcaUwdia from the Colonics
with dales to the 2"lh, we obtain tho fol
lowing items of news:
J. H. Rhode, a neir friend of Mrs.
Onrlicld, says that Mrs. Garfield had re
ceived a letter from Mrs. fccoville, and that
ho was authorized, in her behalf, to fay
that towards tho slayer of her husband sho
cherishc no malice. Ho must answer
only to his God and tho American people.
For tho sister mid all the members of his
family sho feels only profound pity. Fur
ther than this, sho asks to bo left alono
with her sorrow, and to bo spared being
dragged into unless and torturing publicity.
Mrs. Garfield will not answer tho letter.
lieporla from Haverill, Mass., dated Feb.
8th, state that a firo, which started in tho
business portion of the town, spread with
great rapidity. Tho small firo dcpirtraent
was iinabto to cope with tho flamet, and
assistance was immediately telegraphed for
to other towns. Tho town f cems all ablaxe
and tho business portion will undoubtedly
bo destroyed. Engines have arrived from
Lawrence, and nro on tho wny from several
other cities, Tho firo coven tho enliro
track fiom tho railroad station to Littlo
Itiver, and between tho Essex and Wingnte
streets and tho river.
Another dispatch says: The firo is now
under control. Hut ono block reinnins on
Wingnte street, and two nt tho upper end
of Washington street. All eIo in tho
squnro bounded by tho Mcrritnac Itiver on
South Wnshiugloii Square and Essex streot
on the cast, tho north sido of Wingnte
street on the north, nnd Itnilrond Square
on tho west is burned to the ground. This
territory onibraccs tho largost part of tho
boot and shoo manufactories. What yes
terday was tho linost street in tho city nnd
the principal business part, is to-day n
smouldering mnss of ruins. Somo eighty
shoo firms nro cntiroly burned out and
others suffer more or less dninagc. Two
thousand people aro out of employment.
Tho lobs is estimated nt 27,000,000.
It is said on high authority that tho po
sition of United States Minister to China
was somo timo ngo offered to John ltussel
Young and that ho has accepted it. His
nomination will probably bo sent to tho
Senate early next week.
Telegrams from Limn, dated February
l!)th, announce that n terrible mnssncio
has taken places nt Pisco. Since the ces
sation of hostilities with Chili numerous
bands of Peruvian ninrnuderi havo been
scouring tho country, plundering tho in.
habitants. Several of these bands joined
forces, ndvanml on Pisco, nnd attacked
tho town, which tho inhabitants did their
utmost to defend, without success. After
gaining possoision of tho place, tho mnr
audors massacied 1000 of the towiibpcoplo,
including U00 foreigners.
A Loudon dispatch says: Notico of
motion baa been given iu the House of Com
mons by Mr. Dillwyn to tho effect that the
ntiuexntiou of Borneo will be inexpedient,
unless the consent of Parliament is lirtt
Colonial papers say the Queen's speech
at tho oponing of l'nrlianiout wns unim
portant, nud that particular mention was
made of tho approaching marriage of
Prince Leopold with Princess Heleuo of
Waldcck. A dispatch "'from Loudon of
February 21st, says: "Prince Leopold niid
Princess Heleuo of Wnldeck-Pyrmont havo
arrived nt Windsor Castlo, for their np
Sir Henry Parkes, it is said, is convinced
that his efforts to induce tho United States
Government to roinuvo tho duty from
Australian wool will bo futile.
Advices from Sofia report that Lankoff,
Minister for Foreign Affairs, and Princo
Alexander havo beeu arrested by older of
tho Porte, for tho reason that they have
beeu openly ongaged in fomenting agita
tion among the peoplo of that province,
and inciting them to throw off their allcgi
nuce to tho Central Government.
A dotachment of Cossacks has beon
ordered to Mcrv, with tho object of nd
vanciug Russian outposts to that town.
Another plot against the Czar's life has
beon discuveted. Dynamite was coucealed
in the wood fuel intonded for use iu the
palnco, but was discovered beforo nny dum
nge was doue.
Lato dispatches say Gen. SkobolofTs
Pan.Sclnvio speechos made nt Paris con
tiuuo to cnuse dibquiet on tho continent.
Skobeloff has gone to London, nnd there is
increased excilemeut iu Austria nnd Ger
many over the supposed sympathies of
Russia with tho Pnu-Sclavio revolt. The
Emperor William has expressed his indig
natiuu nnd sorrow nt tho continuance of
wim toil provocation, which way only lead
The Russian official gazette has declared
that the foreign policy of Russia is un.
pledged by the utterances of private per
sons. Tho policy of the Government con.
tiuues to bo of u pacific character.
Other Russian dispatches in regard to
thesympathy expressed with tho persecuted
Jes, bays: "Tho intended intercession by
tho British Government, on behalf of tho
Jews in Soutlioru Russia, lu.s beon mot by
a Russian declaration that such interven
tion will not bo permitted."
An ollicial communication published by
the Russian Government, iu referouce to
tho agitation iu England and America for
diuiplomatio action by tho British nud
United States Governments on behalf of
the Jews in Russia, declares, that the Rus
siau Government repels tho idoa of intei.
ventiop, nt tho samo timo giving orders
for tho adoption of rigorous measures to
prevent tho coutinuauco of tho outrages
perpetrated on the Jews.
JNO. FOWLER & CO.
Is tit, Kngland, its prepared to
FURNISH PLANS AND ESTIMATES
Steel Portable Tramways,
With or without Can and Locouiottrrs,
Specially adopted ror Sugar I'lantatlonsj
l'trmancnt Hallways, with locomotive and cart,
traction Kuqinc awl Koad Locomotive,
bteam l'louuliiuR aud CulliTRtiiiK Machinery,
I'orUblo Uiniiira for all purposes,
WindiUK Kiik-iiies for inclines.
Catalo.:iu-s villi Illustrations. MoJtli, and Photo
jrraiiUs or lb soots I'lsots and Slsctiluery tuir be seta
St IBS OUltc, Ot bt imJl'trl-llfU.
W. L. HKKK.V.nJ
O. W. MACTAUI.ANK Jt CO .
31 Agtuls for Jmi, rolfr A Co.
INVESTMENT 4c AGENCY CO.,
MJKY LUANKU tM riKiT-CMN MK.
(amies, (or long ot horl period,. Apply to
Odtct, iufc St., em O. W, MsclttUus do. a if
A. W. BUSH, Manager,
Hay, Grain and Mixed Feed
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
FOR STOCK OF AIX KINDS !
The California liny and drain or the Company I of VIMY .St.TKitiOIt tJUAMTV, Selected
C'arefiillj by the Manager llurlng n iteccnt Visit to the Coast.
OK HII, 20D9 BALESfHE MIB SACKS I1F GRAIN
WE GUARANTEE TO KEEP CONSTANTLY SUPPLIED
Very Best or JEZixy cijdlcX cs-irctixx !
And can St-11 tlin samo ATTHIJ LOWHST HATES, AS WE IIUY LAHOHEY AND FOH CASH.
lo tlnim CoiiHuiiierH who liavo lierrtnfnru IniKirleil for TlivuiHelviH, u Solicit lludr 1'iU.
roimf-e, trusllnn wo cm uie Hatiufnction, thereby BaiiiK them tluiu iiud Inbor.
Ciirerul Altcttl ion Given to the Shipping of Orders to tho Other Islands.
Lingo Atlilitioitiil Supplies are now on the way per Eureka and
Kalakaiia. fc- All Orders to ho Sent to
71 POO .1m
We Beg to Notify
"We ZEaiciTr Iftocexxtly IflecoiTroca. !
A. Xj v x- o -A-dditioM. to
OUR USUAL STOCK OF MAY & GRAIN
Since we Commenced Business
WITHOUT HAY OR FAILED TO FILL ALL ORDERS
of Our Regular Customers, nor Have Wo Advanced tho Price
to them during tho great scarcity of Hay la tho past few months; and
We will Continue to Sell Hay and Grain
as Cheap as it can be Purchased
in Honolulu !
ALL ORDERS PROM THE OTHER ISLANDS FOR
Goods, Waes or Merchandise,
Whether in Our Line or not, will
be Filled at Low Bates, and no
Commission Charged. Telephone No. 147
890 3m' T5
No. 105 FORT ST.,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Large Additions lo Thtir Slock of
11 ikJ MWi lo Ktep it lUfort tht 1'iMie,
That They will NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
WE HAVE THE
LARGEST STOCK !
WE HAVE THE
AM) WE WILL SELL AT
CALL AND SEE
TELEPHONE No. 140
OFFEE-OI.l KOJTA COFFEE
33 E3 3D !
A. W. BTTSH,
JtAKAOUH OP UNION l'EED CO.
Our Many Patrons
AT NO TIMK
LAINE & CO.
AT THOS. G. THRUM'S
MERCHANT ST. STORES
have bpen rccclvcJ further additions to his
Full Stock of
EX STMH. AUSTItAMA.-AI., n full slock of
Flower Garden Seeds !
Base Ball Goods, etc., otc,
tu which the attention of tho pnbllc
If rc"poctfiilly Invllcd.
Ordcr from tho othor Ilaml frtllhfully attended to.
The Germania Market
HAN Ili:V.. TIIOIIOIIMIII.Y KKXIIVATKO,
uud Is now constantly In receipt or the best of
11EEF, MUTTON, VEAL AMI LAMB,
From Cholccut Herds.
l'ork Ssuiace. llolosnat. Head Choi's,', Herman
baiisacei. , Ac. always on hand.us alio tho heat of 1'oul-
Our .Meats nro all cut and put up In Eastern style. All
orders faithfully atUndnl to, nnd deilrercil III any part
iry Dim i nil.
of the city
KAUI'l' .t KClirtAnElt. l'rnprletors.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Ei LATE AUIUVALB,
3LZja,xse Iiotof ECay
01' THE NEW CHOI'. ALSO,
Whole and Ground Jlarley, Oats, JJrati,
and Alfalfa Jlaij.
We csrry thn largest stock of Hone I'eed In this
IviiiKdom. and wears Always prepared to fill all orders
villi arcustomed promptness, and
AT LOW RATES FOR CASH.
OiTGrsIn Qrnuud to Qrder.KI
Wheat, Corn, Cracked Com. Oil Cake, Middlings,
Mixed Feed, etc., always tin hand,
"m LAINE CO.
WE HAVE ON HAND.
M ARK COMO-ANTI.Y IIKCBIVINU
Hay, Brnn, Oats,
Corn, Wheat, Oil Cako Heal,
Klxed Feed Cracked Corn.
Whole and Ground Barley tte.
Which will sell I'UU CAMII. lower thsn any
other firm In town. No IMT:ill.l cuslomsollclteJ.
Wo lime ri'tlhi-d ex Kalakaiia, 3 of I'utman Co,'i
J'atent Murine Carls, which ar In rei 'tridt these
earls arc superior tnanylbliij; of the kind herttofuro
eu here. Tcleithoiio Jso. Hi.
IJJ Jiu I.AINK ACQ.
Homes Miidu Comfortable !!
Tho Reader will Obverve that
"VICKERY'S FIRESIDE VISITOR,"
HAS, KVKN- IN ITS 1'1''ATCY
as yt, succeeded to tho lead of all olhvr l'lclorlal
Moutblr Tapers Iu the Klujilimi Its pages am lull uf
liitrredlui: and l.i.trucllvo stories fur both youui; suit
old sud tho TWO llEAL'TlrTL L.MtOE HUE
Chrouios uteu away nllU the tirt uunilxr arv sullsblo
to adorn Ibu oioit elegant parlor.
at' Each sbterlber for 01 '-iH recelrt. a set of
CIlltOMOh with lbs flitt number of thu pspcrsnd a
copy v( tho paper by ach mall steamer for tweir.
uivnttis, AuUio.s ' JOHEt'li E. H'laEMAN.
. Iiusliitss Aftni.
OlDco 87 Merchant Ht.. Honolulu, II. I. U tosm
oira:i i;iX8i:i:i) iaixt oira
rUw Linseed Falni OIL Wairtnled the ours Aitlcl.
urn uu, ior .gorlcatin;. Laics oi epiru i ur-
peutlne. Atlantic Lead, In packages of lib, and
upwards or CO lbs. Win! Ilruihcs in tttit
arely. All ot which will bo sold at I'rlcst by
!W If UOLLKSs CO.
A MII.I, AMSSIKTMKVT F OBM)KBIK(
yV Ian melted fioui Kurops by the Istttl arrlrals
snd of rT cbolis quality. Also, s !( addllloa of
Oioctrlcs lo vac forwet stock, ui siril from ttu
Franctico, ex Ualakaas, Kurtkt sud ttadls F, Caller,
Willi U icld to suit lbs trade.
Oct. iy. (ST5) SOLLtCS Co.
OFFKll FOR SALE
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
.IUST HECniVKD VTAi
" IOLAN!," H. Carrots, Mnstor,
lMdays from llremcn,
Oonilsllnj; In patlof ns follow ii
A Largo jssl. of Dry Goods,
1'nnry rrltits,THrnj.l'lvr Xpit Sljlcs,
Deiiitiin. Drown nnd White Cottons,
Drllla, TiekftiKJ, Tnrkcy Jtul, Ac,
Merinos, black and colored, 4 qualities
Hr-riiis, CotiotirRi", Altmcas, lintlnn Clolli, nntl
I'rlnlnl Bntlrcnt, I'otiipndonrs, 1'lnliln,
(IliiMlinniH, Victoria Lnwus, Snlln Slfinen,
I imey Klrliei Oruiindinrs,
Wlillo 811k .'nti.uii-nr', Twills, Sprco-i,
I'oplltiH, rjittln nmninltc,
Jllnck nnd Colurcil Velut,
lllnolt, Orosarnlti, Fancy, Colored niul Striped,
IhickoMni, r)ininnalii, Twcods, Cords,
SeruM, Hlledins, Doosklns, C.nHliuirc8,.lc.
A Splendid Asst. of Shirts,
(Woolen, Jllred, C.ilico, Hickory, Denim, Ac.)
MciIiki niul Cotton UndernlilrtH,
While llosom Shirts, .to.,
HocKt ami SlockliiRH, Hnndkcrclilefs,
1 nularilH, (lli)v(H,
A 1,AK0E IXVOICK OF CLOTHING
Finn Ulnclt Clotli Frock Coats nnd l'nnts,
JliitUskin Sacks, I'ntito nntl .Suits,
I pit, Mnhnlr, JJrill, Flannel Sacks and rants,
!mH' bliilts nnd Children's Jackets,
Jlonkcy ami Sailor Jackets,
1. U. Coats nnd JA'KKinKe, Carpet Sllmrars,
fcillt and I. C. UiiilirelhiHnnd riirasofs,
1 ancj and Trnelin Shawls,
Cotton and Turkish Towels,
Whito nnd Fatiey Quilts,
Felt iltiKB nnd llrussols Carpeting,
BLANK XCXS :
Horso lllnnkets. White and Fancy Iilnnkots,
iancy Sttipid Woolen, two sizes,
Sc.iriel, Ornnee, Whitu Woolen,;) and 4 points,
'i hreads, Tape, Ulaitie, Scarfs, Ac,
Silk and Vclvol Itihlxms,
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, l'ants, Dresses,
PEIIF C ii ERY, FLO III DA WATER,
Gcnnino Kan dn CoIokiip, Lnbin's Eitrncts,
ioilet bo.ips, l'hilocouie, llnir Oil, Combs,
Jlirrom, LookltiK Olasses, 1'ipes,
I. H. Hulls, llariiioniu.is, jllnnl: JJooks,
Albums, Oold Leaf, Jeelry, Watohes,
Hemp and 1. Jt. 1'nokiiiff, Coal U.iskuls,
LxtctiHlon, Ann, Oiuinp; Jloom nnd Parlor
Chairs, Settees, Ac,
S.iddles, Calfskins, Girths, Stirrup Leathers,
OIIATES OF ASSORTED OHOOKEIir,
ContainiiiR Tlatcs, Cups, Teapots, Ilowls,
Clianibeis, ltieu Dishes and Makers,
DemijohiH, 3 and fi j!-Hs ; Sample Dotllos,
ase und Glassware, -Manila and Tarred Hope,
Sugar cte DElico Bass
Of all sizes nnd qualititu,
Coil HnKS, Gunnies, Twine.Jlurlaps,
Woolpack and Twilled SactiuR, Lmen Hose,
II. and 1'. llmculta, Salt in jars,
Oistor Oil in Tins. Stmrlnu Candles, i, 5 nnd C,
Matches, Cocoanut Oil. Wnsh lllue,
ifr?,.,!,uVJf'8 L,'',Heci1 1'n'nt Oil, II Whito Load,
White Zinc l'aiut.
Do Lnnco fils nnd Bontcllcnu Brandy, nnd
Itum, Gin, St. l'.iul Hcor, Alo and 1'orter,
l'ort Wmo Sherry, Ithino Wino,
line and Table Clarets. Champagne,
Drj Ili-idheick Munonoie, Ch. Farre,
. ii. Muiuru & Co., Sparkling Hock,
MoKolIe, Ac, Ac.
Cermanand Havan a Cigars
Flntrd Ware Siioous, Forks, Cruets, Ten Sets.
Cups, Ac. '
Fockot nnd Ilntchcr Knives, Scissors,
Shiep Slienis, Needles, Sioons, Files,
Spurs. Giilwtnied Basins, Hoop Iron,
Iumj ltivots, Ilammers,
Yellow Metal nnd Coiupcsitlon Nnils,
Ilnliliitt iletal, SuRiir Coolers,
Iron Tanks, Clanhers Ac Aibo,
Portland Cement, " Whito Broa.,"
Firo Clay, Blacksmith Coal, Firo Bricks,
i'lles, Kmpty ilanula, Oak Boats, Ac.
Terms Liberal. Samples sent Free of Freight
Orders from the othir lilauds carefully
attended to by
Nos. 70 nnrl 78 Hotel Street,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Hoard by tho Day, Week or Transient
Cigars,lCigarettes and Tobacco,
Soda Water and other Iced Drinks
Meals Served in First-Class Stylo
AT A 1. 1. 1IUUIIM.
HKKItY J. HAUT, 887 KLUS A. HAIi'l'
127 Tort Street, Honolulu.
O. J. Hardoo,
H. F, Bertolmann,
Contractors and Builders.
Planning, Shaping, TitrAinp,
Hand and Scroll Satcliuj,
Boon, Satfi, Vtimlt,
boor and Window frame .
limckttt, Ihxlluttert, Stair, ?.,
Made lo Order,
Mouldings and FIhIhIi
AMVAYti OX HAND.
nr-AII orders nled on sboit notice, snd Jcbnlsr
pmciptly atteodml lo.
Moaldlngs tasde to any psttcro without extra chsrzs
Price of JCaobiue Work, 11.00 to
$1.10 pr hour.
HLOUK8 AND MAST UOOI'S.
T14TI'VT lHttH STKtPMI SJM'Ut
f Meulllc Iron btrtpped Blocks, I'slinl BushlBi
isin bujUIii, s fall swUieiil e sties. '
I!. O. HALL A SON
Would Call Attention to Their
SpSendid Asst. of Coods !
PLOWS, 20 DIFFERENT SIZES
l(nt1 Mfirl t' !.- otilitMs tnn. r. i.. ti I... i . ii.im..., . ... ...
r4i.lH.nH Mr.;; Is'lV. r '.,; .. hiTTi'i .'."'
;'",'"' , v.." " " ' """" '"". nine inn ri.i.. iu, I2nil 14
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AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS OF ALL KINDS !
MECHANICS' TOOLS, SHELF HARDWARE, ALL KINDS;
NAILS AND SPIKES, of all kinds and sizes;
Reed and Barton's
CELEBBATFD SILVER-PLATED WARE!
IN A OIIKAT VAfllKTV OK .MOST IIKAUTIPUI. DKSUINS;
aiuvto and RANGES,
VK JIAKE A
PAINT AND OtIS,
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iioi'.ni: t.Mi (iit.icii .:ii,.nt.s. ii,,.
I.I. s I'll i:il from Csllfornla, the Ha-mml l'rs.iee. e.rr ..T-m,i 1.. .1.1. v...... ,. 'f.1 n,.::..'
Hp-it Anitsrlrmi Pet In
c...Vc, I.11I wis lll 110t.1tt.Mi11.lt.. eiii.nieriito.uiym..reof the tlinussmi nn.l on." nrlirlel Inst ..t
MESSRS. CASTLE & COOKE
OFFER FOR SALE
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES,
THEIR STOCK OF IMEW GOODS
KKUUIVED I'KK I.ATJ. AllItlVALf., AM) TO AIIIIIVK l'KJl
W. H. Wliiton, from New York, City of Madrid and Cily of Nankin, from England
TiiKhi: (ioons Am: adaitki) foh
Plantations, Country Store sand Families
And bouRht from FIltST IUNDS FOIl CASH, nn.l will l.o m1i1 for OAKII, with font dlBconnt on
ime, or 011 usual terms to tmrties niproecl. Wo offer on bund nnd to nrrho, "iscoiint on
Palace Water White High Test Kerosene Oil,
Vulcan Water White Abovo Standard Kerosene Oil.
Lnrd Oil, Castor Oil, Ncnta Foot Oil, Cylinder Oil, Klnx Stcnm l'nrklnc.
sHiiiuiv tfiLLiii. xj (i 11 its i.iiiiunn, j jilt 11 iii iiii.it. itii 1 t:it iiniiTiirf :i j 1; m
AViHton'H CfulrifuKnl ltin, n superior nrtielo ; Disston's 61110 jlnltcs, ' '
liiibli hcjtlirs nnd Snnlths, Ox IIowh. Alnlo Cnrt Axles, Mule. Collar., nnd llames, Mulo Bhoci
Heavy (Jniilen Hoes, Lnnt'H I'lnntt-rH' Hoes. Axo ntul Pick Mnttocki, lMrU JlrcakinKl'ImTs.
J. tho old invorite nn.l nnoirolla Molina Bt'I JlreakiiiL- l'low 0 niul 1 HI..I 11.,.;.. 1V1 ...
KnKlo Xo. OT IMowH, l'lnnct Jr. Ilnrso II.H,,a fow Ator.lNfl ajolh l'liOWtl We '
John Uturo nmko Oil Hone. !M. 1. 1 1.1. 1 1." nn.l y i..i, . u 1 1'UWB'
mm v T A " 1- l'c,IUVIaK. ' e """? t1" Q,m l,4 u'cl1' 1,c8t qnnlity ; rortnbln Forwii.
ltaldwin Iced Cuttcrj, luiKlo AiiviIb, bpcnr .TncliHon's j Winston A. Slul.l.i AsBorteiUFlffiT
Disston s celcbrr.tcd Sawn, all sizes ; Jlncliinsts' Mnwuui' and HlnckuniitliK' JlaninieM
SaeclinrometerH and Syrup TliermoiiiolrrH, Cut Nails, all size,. ; Cut Spikes, AVrouuut Nails
llorso bhwg, Horso Nails, Fmisliuiii Nails. J1 "'"'
A FULL LINE OF SHELF HARDWARE
Ixicks. HnttB, Sorows, IIinKcs, AuKcrs, AuKer Hits, Chisels, Saws, Urnces, Jlolts, Catches Ac
Mnchino and Climate liolts, hcfct iiinntifiictiirQ; Smooth, Jack nnd Jointer l'liiues
Plows and Match 1'lanes. A lull Lino of '
Paints and Oils of tho licst English and American Brands !
STAPLE GOODS, SUOIT AS
AmoKkenR Denims, 8nnd0oz. Tickincs, A C A I) nndD lllenrlir.1 Dnilnn. ...... . .
TJnl.lenehed Cottons, Cherp llediuti, Jid Fin'., ; Vrown a, T U lue I DrnaJnenmilir hen"?, ?" f
STAPLE GHOCJURIES :
Golden Onto Kxtr.t Family Flour, Hawaiian Pia. Corn Stnreh. Japan, Comet and Cl.ean Tm
Culm fctiRnr, Hawaiian Kumars, Corn and J'.ns, Condensed Milk. Corned SeVt nnrt TonifiiM '
Sardines, Oxford hausntscH, i cMnrray's ()jHter, Entis & Lee ler's Fincrft SiVlces. - " '
Thn lnvoiito Fancy and WnblinK So.ips, California and Kimtern brands : ' '
Hams, Corn ileal, Avena, Graham Flour, Ac, Ac. Ac.
On OoiiJMig-i.meiit :
The Geo. F. Blake Mfg. Co's Steum Feed Irrigating & Vacuum Pu np
Weston's 1'ulenl Vcntrifugah, '
Woodicard tD Urown's Celebrated Pianos,
A'cw Huvcn Organ Co. Parlor Ortjanit
naahburn A Mom Mfg. Co. Dnrled Wire, the Bcxt Jlarbtd Wirt manufacture
Portland Cement, Sugar Bags, OaU and Jttan, California Hay,
Columbia River Salmon, bbh. and hf. bbls., Salmon Bellies in Juts Very Fine.
INTERNATIONAL CLOTHING GOMP'NY
OF NEW YORK, LONDON & PARIS.
Capital, $3,000,000, Limited. A. FITZGERALD, PrM.
A. H. KELIIS. OF TlBBOMHlfiTUK IMfHUlJM
Special Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Tho umlmlcnrd has nulls arrsnecments with tho almve Cnniiiany to supply the communllr of ths.s I.
n tlivir ivoriu iiiiohiiiU nudo tloiulny, una l.iroby invites tu public lit trmiisl 10 cxsiulua tho ssiisi'
Ubi. WtlK'ss iti. it An J a HI Mr.C.iYi.U lx UUU 41. V.uuk,"u,li'uSltt
lu.ii. niuvu iii,iissi si jiumisu u
fl.i.i.a! K.ta.nl. 'Piu.u.1 .....I r.....l. -.. t5 .. l .
7. . " v. . .v4 iiuu U-1..UUIU E3U11B,
Oents' bcotclt 'Xweed nnd Caaslnieru Co.its,
Gents' rxKitcli Twied and CjuwIuiiuo P1111U.
GeuU Whito Linen Coats,
Genu.' Whitu Linen Pants.
KT'Thcao Goods bare boon mn.lo eniccially to
Sell Tlica at Lower Figures Than an; Other
House ii This City.
Ns B. A Fw Baripaitts in DRY 'GOODS. DRESS GOODS
TRIM MIHG8, 4kC., which will 1, told nwj AT ANY" PKIOK
TO CLI3AH TUBSl OUT.
f i .1
WailukM P Paotry.
IK8T QITAUTY OP PAlAI MAN-
A' MUH CWiaUJlllW
111 orders 1IU4 wMti JlsJ
. H. VAI1.KI
Halt's No. O Stool Plow.
Vn V' '.. n.c. J "V. " l"tl' Kula (i.ifrns,
":..rt - :""". mrmr.
1I1IU WO KlCp(
of many kinds
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viu .1 111 nr . a i ..... . ..
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I.een. n It
cnll niul ex-
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HUU Ii, I', MlasUAY.cuii.lalliiKori
(lent' White LInou Vesta,
..ems nrown Duns,
lloy's Scotch 'I'wttsl Hulls,
1L.VU llr.tun 1.1.... U..1..
Doi' Nuvy lilao Hullor Halts.
suit this mnrkxt. Eimum i,.. ,.. 1 . . .
Mw 1Mb. M. HUM CO. u