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SEPTEMBER , iMt.
HOW PROVIDED rOR AND maintained.
As enquiries have Ixcn frequently made with
regard to the Lunalito Ilomej oflts purpose
man Institution; of the fund used in in erec
tlon, and those to lie uwl in its maintenance;
In vsliom itt direction has been rcxsctl, and
sundry other like queries, we have thought fit
for the Information of our reader! to present a
somewhat detailed account derived from per
sonal reservations and from Information kindly
placed at our disposal liy Mr, S. II. Dole, one
of the trustees.
Ily the last will and testament of William C.
I.unalilo, afterwards Kln;, which was dated
in June, 1871, it was provided that, upon the
decease of the testator, his entire estate, hoth
real and personal, should vest in his father, the
late Charles Kanilna, the personal properly to
him and his heirs and assigns, and the real
estate during his life only; that on death of his
father, the whole of the real procrty should
descend In the "hclri of his own body, law
fully licgotlen," should there lc any then liv
ing. Falling these, the estate would sest In
Kamehameha V, should he then lie surviving)
hut In the event of the death of Kamehameha
oceuring prior to the decease of I.unalilo, then
the estate to lie vested in the judges of the
supreme court, in trust, for the establishment of
an ns)lum for the care of Infirm and destitute
Ilauaiians, of "aWiglna! blood or descent."
The will further provides, that the trustees
shall lie appointed by the judges of the Supreme
Court, and that It shall lie tlicir duty to carry
out the design of building anas)lum and manag
ing its affairs.
Under this provision, Messrs. S. II.
Dole, K. O. Hall ami J. Molt Smith have
been appointed ns trustees. Accordingly, they
have selected as a suitable site, a tract of land
containing between thirty and forty acres, and
situated just below the entrance to Makikl
valley. The land was procured from govern
ment in exchange for certain other lands
belonging to the estate rf Lunalilo. It is
pleasantly located, at an elevation of ul mil t n
hundred feet abosc the sea level, and com
mands an excellent view of Kulaokahua
plains, Waikiki, and the ocean from Diamond
Head to the Honolulu harlwr entrance. The
land Is lesel from west to cast, but' forms a scry
graduated ascent from front to rear. The
building itself Is situated somewhere about the
middle of the grounds. It is a long tow build
ing, but of a pleasing and finished appearance,
being built of stone got from Mr. I.ishman's
quarry, at the foot of Punchlxiwl hill. The
centre of ihe building is two stories in height,
with ai'othictoucr in front, risincto thchcicht
of about 55 feet, and is to be surmounted by a
spire 35 feet high. This entire building will
contain, on the lower story, a large and airy
reception room, a dispensary and office, the
upper story being intended for lodgings for the
manager of the Institution. The thickness of
the u alls in this jHirtion of the building, and
also on the tower, is two feet, the walls else
where being but eighteen inches in thickness.
Leading away from the centre, on cither side,
are wings, the terminations of which each con
sist of one large, airy and well lighted room,
which arc to be used as wards, designed for
the occupation of such as arc unusually infirm
and who need extra attention. Additional to
these, each wing contains six well-lighted and
ventilated rooms, with a glass door in front and
back, each of which is intended for two persons.
The walls of the house, on the inside, through
out, arc hard finished, with a redwood base at
the liottom; and the floors arc of wood
painted. In each room is a cupboard for the
Inmates to Mow away tlicii little nirk-nacks.
Running the entire length of the building,
which is about 280 feet long, arc verandahs,
eight feet wide, on back and front, where,
doubtless, the inmates will spend a large por
tlon of their time. At the back part of the
building, and connected therewith by a covered
walk, is a storehouse of moderate dimensions,
one room of which is intended for a kitchen;
the other for a laundry.
Altogether, the building is an elegant and
substantial structure, and well adapted to serve
the purpose for which it was originally in
tended. It will be ready for iiso in a short
lime. The building will cost, when complete,
alxiut $35,000, and is calculated to accoinmo
date about fifty persons. Its construction was
begun in the early tt of 18S1, and the corner
stone was laid in April of the same year. Th
building was designed by the trustees; the
plans and siecifications drawn by Messrs, C. J.
Wall and K. I.ishman, conjointly; and the ex
coition of the work by K. 11. Thomas, on con
tract, Wc liclicsc the work to hase been
faithfully performed, and scarcely belies e that
Honolulu can boast of one stronger or, pros
pectively, more durable building than the
It Is estimated that the income from the
Lunalilo estate amounts to an annual sum of
between $10,000 and $ 1 2,ooo, which will be
devoted to Ihe support of the institution and to
its enlargement, if necessary. About one hun
dred thousand dollars in money has already
been readied by the sale of lands lclonging to
the estate, and there are many large and valu
able tracts connected therewith that are still
unsold, and upon which a realisation can be
made at any time when needed. The will of
Lunalilo has left It discretionary with the Irus
.tees to regulate the terms of admission ; but wc
understand that it is to be conducted purely as
an eleemosynary institute. When the grounds
are regularly laid out with trees and shrubbery,
as is expected to be done, if sufficient water
can be obtained from the Makikl reservoir, It
will add greatly to the beauty and attractive
ness of the place. Ilee will be a monument to
the memory of King Lunalilo that will be in
finitely prouder and more durable than it could
have been made by the most expensive and
A VISIT TO XI LA USA,
GKArillC DESCRIPTION Or THE VOLCANO.
Fro Dr. M. Hagaa'i account of "la Volcano
Laad" to Ik "Milwaukee Sunday Telegraph "
These islands are of volcanic origin and
nine-tenths of the surface is )ct cot crcd with
lava ttone undecomposetl, and about as valu
able for agricultural purposes at a Hag-stone
walk. (Nome of these Islands have not )ct ful
ly accomplished, their growth) year after scar,
risen of molten lava roll down the mountains
from the volcanoes, and spread out on the tut
fee of the country, During the past )tar the
IvUad of Hawaii furnished a stream fifty miles
low, vanrl.se from one to five unlcs In width,
ad from forty to thousand feet deep. The
red-hot lkuid maw, after, tilling up immense
cfcauux ravine aad gulches, spread over lhou
sb4 of acrca of valuable agricultural lands.
Evetytuag within reach of this nautlea flood
WM deatroyed. At ntglU, for a petted of seven
masslha, a red glare could W teen ax far u the
aye could, reach along the line, from one end to
Ike otsVaf, This eruption broke out near the
peak of Minna Loa, 14,000 feet above Ihe
lairai wak atafe.
kW TW aSSSSJ
TMC BUA1MT VOLCANO
Ml llMt'lalswd (Hawaii), and Meed Ike Utsjett
MM vaeaajstt 1st weiU, Is tsteaty. tight
siM eM M Mssswa Loa, pa Ike saatc moan
lajftMMW, TsHkUhlsssMkdUiM leUt it
has been in perpetual activity for more than
500 years, but if we were to estimate Its age
from the work it has performed, we would
make it much older. The volcano has thrown
up fluid lava and spread over forty miles of
country, la)cr alter laer, ris'er after river, un
til an altitude has been reached of four thous
and feet. Al present the lava does not flow
from the lop of this s-olcano, having evidently
found a subterranean outlet that causes the
floor of the crater to sink from )car to )ear.
This volcano (Kitauca) can 1 reached by fol
lowing up old streams of lava that can be dis
tinctly traced for a distance of forty miles, from
the ocean to the brink of the crater. On gain
ing the verge of the crater, the eje can only
sec a vast chasm in Ihe earth filial with dense
smoke. This chasm or pit Is almost round,
ten miles In circumference and one thousand
feet deep, the walls are perpendicular except a
section In the north-cast that has liecn shaken
ilown by earthquakes, and oscr this crumbled
ilown wall the descent to the floor of the cra
ter Is made. Just Imagine that upon the floor
of this great, yawning pit could be built the
city of Milwaukee, and then it would require a
magnifying glass to sec the church spires from
the surrounding cliffs. The surface of the era
ter floor is uneven and disided Into great fields
of different forms of lava; the solid block is
compact and hard as granite; the smooth
stream, congealed In Ihe act of flowing; the
cone, the hummock, the rough clinker and the
pumice or orous cinders. The latter seems to
hasc been a scum or foam on Ihe surface of the
denser molten mass. This cold laa Is streaked
with deep cracks or fissures, ranging from a
few inches to several feet In width,
ANIl RKNT IIV KARTHQOAKKS,
On reaching the floor of the crater, on my
visit here, I struck out for the center of the
great pit, over an ocean of cold boiled lava In
the form of plains, hills, rivers, waves, whirl
iciols, knolls and caves; over a region of black
ness and desolation, over lava twisted and dis
torted in every conceivable shape, and jammed
together like fields of ice. After proceeding a
mile, the lava on which I walked became hot
ter and hotter, and the whole floor was riven
by deep cracks emitting smoke and hot sul
phurous steam, llcforc reaching the center of
the crater, red hot gleaming lava colild be
seen in the fissures and in every crack and cre
vice, and on the lower portions of the floors
streams of livid lava were flowing lazily in
every direction. Dodging from knoll to knoll
and from hillock to hillock, threading my way
among rivers of lava, I at length reached an
immense embankment, built up with irregular
slabs and ropy waves, piled in confused heaps,
leaping from slab to slab across deep, fiery fis
sures, I reached the upper ledge of this gorge,
and found myself elevated one hundred feet
above n lake of boiling, molten lava. The
form of this lake is round, and more than half
a mile in diameter. The walls are absolutely
perpendicular, bold and craggy, and not less
than one hundred feet high. Although I spent
three hours in this neighborhood, the heat was
so great and the fumes of sulphur so stifling
that I was obliged to retire from the brink of
the lake every few minutes (o get a supply of
better air. Here, bevond question,- is the
wildest scene in all nature, and new words
must be added to our langrage before it can be
faithfully described. I will mention only a few
of the acts in the eternal play of
THIS HERV IrURNACE.
In many respects this horrid lake behaves
like a stormy sea, the boiling klva takes the
form of mighty waves; then impelled by some
internal force, these waves are dashed heavily
against the red-hot lava cliff, sounding like
the roar of a stormy ocean. There, seething
blood-red billows immediately re-form and
then roll against the cliffs on the opposite side
of the lake, and continue dashing to and fro as
though determined to break down their prison
walls. Whirlpools would then form on the
face of the boiling cauldron, when great mol
ten masses would wallow round and round in
the most violent manner, tossing gory waves
high in the air, and all was horror and confu
sion. Hut as if weary, this sea of fire does at
intervals come to partial rest, then follows the
most terrific war between internal and external
elements. The surface of the lava rapidly
cools and Ihe external air carrying offthc heat,
is constantly endeavoring to bridge over this
great, fiery orifice. At one of these languid
turns, in the short space of twenty minutes, a
hard crust, six inches thick will form over al
most the entire lake. Then commences the
most unearthly sounds the breaking up of
this lava crust has a voice all its own, the his.
sing, coughing, rumbling and bellowing, is
most deafening and infernal. A new impulse
now seizes the lava; the whole floor of the era
ter shakes and trembles, the crust on the lake
snap up and down, when cracks, as red as
blood, arc seen to shoot across in nil directions,
widening, and looking like great red riblions,
The broken fragments of hard lava arc now
churned up and down and melted in the lioil-
ing flood. Innumerable billows of fire begin
to dash themselves into the air, and against the
led-hot lava rocks on cither shore, then again
to hurl their glowing masses to the center of
the lake in a state of terrific ebutition.
The violent struggles of this lava in its fiery
bed is n horrible sight, not only Indescribable
but unimaginable, and the loud and awful noises
produced by the commotion suggest the Idea
that living monsters arc here imprisoned and
trying to release themselves from their lxind
age, with shrieks, groans and wails of agony
ami despair. Here is the fittest type of an
original orthodox hell the bottomless pit, the
quenchless flames, the lake of lire and brim
stone, Ilevmut this lake there is a vast region
composed of smaller lakes, streams of flowing
lava, blowing cones and hot sulphur banks,
but the heal and sulphurous fumes prevented
any further explorations in that direction.
This stupendous display of fireworks. would
be vastly more cnjovable in a cooler climate,
but standing on fire and surrounded by fire un
der a tropical sun in a pit a thousand feet lie-
low Ihe suiface of the earth, U A square test of
XX7M. WENNER Co.,
91 Kuar Sixxst, Iloxou'iv, II, I.,
llava rc-opntd at ha old ttand with a new
rc-optntd at h) old ttand with
and cut fully Mimed stock of
And Clocks, all kinda,
Gold CkalM aad Cuarda,
Sleeve Button, Sluda, etc
Usdi would Jo well Id nil and c limine our nock of
UmtkHt Hrooctxa, cckcla.-'kanings tc
wtuca were MKUUy takMcd with a
'" ma Uf suit tbi maiktt.
kukui and' shell JEWELRY
M.vk U order,
Tb VtpaUling blaUKk Otf OUT tsUMHCM rvfaMA V Ua
tuiMftautt nu. iJ aU jut cturuucj d U WtU
U tmiicU in mo!wr tcvonti to tuiw.
Of avtry deKripttoM dona u order. Particular alien-
lival U paid lo onkft and Job wmk (rout th olocr
IkUoda. Wlula ihaoaiiia' lha uuUk fn part
avora, w return to hi that our tuftf ca-
ps.lru;it la Ihtx lalaiuta WU cuaUa u
10 obtain a Sur ahare uf Mtrouaa
la lb fwiun.
" 9ifc Mmh aaat MmmU t'rUt,"
l oar mono, aaJ w UuH kap la stack orayanklt in
oar Has at huilima, j.
Thankful for that literal patronage which his been ex
tended to Ihe undersigned, rendering tl
Enlarge hi Printing Department,
and remove to more spacious quarters, he vmuld res
pectfully inform the public of its change la
6 Klhumxnu street,
Flitner's old nund, and more recently occupied hv Mr.
Max Lckait, adjoining Theo II levies' office, ,
where all work in ihe several branches of
NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING t
Job Priming of erery ilescrigtlon will be faithfully
nttenueu to, ami inH)iiw an
Inferior to none; the
Bindery Department at the old stand on Mer-
cnant street nas recently fclcitcu wuhiwu u ,.
machinery, for eipedition and rfecuon of
work, wholly carried on by experienced
foreign workmen, PattroaATiNil, KlU
Ing, I'arimo, Mahmikc, Cito-
and FlNISHim, executed
In a manner
.'it(tl In nnl offlrr nn Iht rorttt,
,M IIIOS O. THRUM.
BREWER & Co.
IIONOtl'IV, II. 1.
OfTer for sale Ihe cargo of the Furnin Atkf, the fol
lowing list of Merchandise!
Card Matches, Farmer's Boilers, Barrels
Best Plaster, Franklin Stove Coal,
Hair Mattresses, Double and Sin
gle, Bales of Exrelsior, Nests
of Trunks, Second-hand
Safes in good order
and at extremely
FRASER'S AXLE GREASE,
A Choice selection of
JUlrtlcl Top, Mffcrcnt ttyltt,
Cut Under Carryall,
Itrimnell Top Jitiffifle,
Also, per bark EJwani May,
Cases Yellow Metal, 18, 20, 22, 24 ounces,
Kegs ot composition Nans,
and Ox Carts.
All of the above roods are in an excel
lent condition, ana will be sold low to
T AINE & Co.,
KOKT SrREKT, IIONOLt'Ll', II, I.,
WE BEG TO .INFORM OUR PATRONS
That we are constantly receiving large ad
ditions to our f-tockof
HAY AND GRAIN,
And as we purchase in larce lots For Ch,
SELL AS LOW AS ANY OTHER FIRM.
Having the LARGEST STOCK to th. Kingdom
wun me ocas asaonmtni. Buyers wouia ao
well to obtain our prices before or
dering eUewkcre. We have a
J-Vi-if Mill fur Salt, u-frA Jlrfi iihiI Vullry,
in good order Will guild from 1 to 3 tons per day.
Sole agents for the
The Cheapest, Simplest and Best in Use.
Wear the Qnly agent fur ihe Patent Nprtttg Cart
ran j misi iiiuiiiiia mtvui iikh vaui, swaaia pas-
cure them Cheaper through u than
by "aiVintt our grocer" for
one. or navinu it made
ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL,
ir Fokt SrHT, Honolulu, II. I,
C. J. Hardy and II. P. Berttlmanu,
Contractors and Builders,
Planing, Shaping, Turning,
Band and Scroll Sawing,
Doors, Saab, BUada, Door
aad Window Framea,
Staks, made to ersJar.
MOULDINGS AND FINISH,
Always on hand,
All orders filled on short nolle, and loLLin unaaullv
attended to. alouUin made la any pall tin without
ura chug for Loivu. Price el Macfclae sHWk,
9ji t to i 1 per hoar. 10-ur
Van loTAtt 01 IhiaUAkiMT
-pO THE LADIES OF
A NUMIIF.K OF SF.LKCT Lt)IF.S Atfll
IIAVK 1IKF.N RECEIVED' AT
MRS. A. MELLIS'
Which will I J
September 2, 1882,
AT HER DRESSHAING ESTABLISHMENT,
104 Fort Street.
F. EHLERS & CO. -'
STAPLE AND FANCY
FORT STRKET, Houotaht, H I.
pipuMi nff-ji Tp-yjg ' Jfl"
HEO. H. DAVIES Co.
AGF.NTS FOK T1IE
from I IttiTSfti,
OlTer for iale from the cm$ t( the Oftfrnn ami
other recent -srelSel, the
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING:
Prlnliof litet M)let tt effort iStue Denim t, tihite
Coritfin Sheetlnjr, Horrorlc'ft lrff C lot In,
Hronn I .Inert Drilhi. pure Utiem,
Blue fttttl WUKo Chnolc IUliulo,
Fancy Dress Goods,
Fancy PLihIi. Kiiwi Cr.uh. Scarf, Tie, ("r.nat,
Lrochett anil Fancy Work. (.ariifV lloe,
Men' White nntf Urown Cotton Half
llov. Men't Ucailym.iiJe
Ctotliinp, India Kuhber
Cu.it 4. LecS-nil't
Rep;ntta nntl Woolnn Shlrtn.
Lllueftml Orey ttorie Ill.tni.ets. While Cotton UbnkrU
all color, fcie anil tteifiht-v Woolen ami
Canton I lamicN,
Velvet and Tapestry Carpctings,
Carj-cti ami Ktigt,
SUGAR BAGS, 20x36
Coal Bags, large and small.
Prime quality, hea y ami light llurl.tp, T ine,
Qnlvnnlrod Comicntod RoofinR,
In C, 7, 8. and 9 feet lengths (-. Range) !crews ami
washers to match. Fence W'ire, no"t. 5, 6, j,
Vtnh rfilf, Itnlt unit Nlilkrn rntttplrtr, 111 r
HrleLa, I'lw f.7n,
Ulilllni, Chilli:, Yrlloii- Orltrr,
A full assortment of GENTS' SADDLES
also a few very nice Lndies' Saddles,
Saddle Cloths, Bridles, etc.,
3, 5 and 7 yards length,
Liverpool Salt, Rock Salt, Demijohns, I,
2, 3, 4 and 5 gallons each, Galvanized
Buckets, Tubs, Basins, etc., Iron
Bedsteads, Crockery, Zincs,
Paints and Boiled nils,
from 3 to 10 inches,
superior, Topsail Chains,
"Admiralty Test," sizes X,
)i 7-'G. 'A inch, Floor o ilcloths,
ALES, WINES AND LIQUORS,
"Pig Brand" Stout, In pints and quarts,
Guinness' Stout, Belfast Glneer Ate,
Blood & Wolfe's Ale, pints and quarts.
Baas' Ale In pints and quarts,
India Pale Ale In pints and quarts.
Fine French Brandy In bulk and cases,
Henneasy's Brandy In cases, , , and "
Old Tom, Cheap Brandy lit cases.
Old Scotch and Irish WhliVlr..
Duplessls, "Red Bar" and other line Clarets In
Beat Sherry In bulk and cases,
Champagne In quarts and pints,
Powell Duffryn Steam Coal.
T M. OAT Jr.,
Honolulu, II. I.,
Would tale ll.Is method of lnfurininz ihe Inliauitanll o
itonoiuiu, ami ine otiicr uuiuis tiiat
they hase opened a
Stationery and New Depot in the New
Hawaiian Gaxette Block, No. 25 Mer-
cnanr, aireei, wnere tney are prepared
Ink and Mucllaae;
In quarts, pints, lulf-pinls, anil cone,
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Leg
Cap, Envelopes, Papeteries, etc., etc
Orilertlukrufuriiiiu iirrlutllrnl ur urira.
jmijmt (Aril limy ! tlrmlrrtl.
IWipt attention svill U glvuttolhc Mailing
of Paper to auowTihcrs rn any of the other
Islands; alto, agent, fur th
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Orders for K4 Kulber .Siamj ritJ anj jfQin(4l
NOWLES STEAM AND VACUUM
tU.it) 2 on lianti a full and comi.lci aotlt of the
above celebrated fJOH ju4 rcitivcd pr-l w Trt
ironi poMuo, w uuaia'ucsv iimtui iq t (ju-ajatr tiui
teller lho auyoihef uU opuiripiiii4iuL VVecali
lt aueiulai suf Unicrt jarti:uurli to ih Vacuum
uwp, whkii U Im Wt tXtUflllAle! aUKj RaOTB faCOlC.
tU ttvia obr pump. $ If
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU, Y. M. C. A.
l0M)M-ur. II. I.,
AH aftrraWHS mrtking KtMfioymtHt, wt nil
M'urilt e (Mr Im Nm.wm
M VTfU th ulwr fUnd in the group la wut
ot mmmmf. win i. nui nnrr wtuit snvu tti
Htt Wnta-Wni-jIWhl, WlatJ H Uat &U Ml IMM MafeCf IO Pl
a. C. laawaa. Lr..
rucM CuduaiaM, V. M. U A
5 LKT. A
Ew COriAOK NKAiT'HK
Hsaiat. on lha laluaa ruraa. uh
ASTLE & COOKE,
Would call attention lo their Large and
varied Stock of
QmsUtlne; of the unritalled Paris Steel
Hie Moline Steel ItrraWrH, and Furrowing Plow, Mo
line Steel Plo all ulres Planet, Jr., Culti-
sators, Dirt Scrapers ,
.loll 11 Doom's GmiK Plow,
Planters' I loes of the best males,
uirs-ions' cr.i.r.iiRAir.i cam: knivi:s,
made lo order, Ames Shosels and Spades,
Garden Hoes, Canal Harrows, Os
Wont, Voles, Clialns Fence
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Sperm Oil, Cylinder. I-ird
and Kerosene Oil, Perfect
Ltilirlcators, riuniUto. Al
Isnny (ireae, l)iMion'flnd
S. nmlji r'llcn, nllnlcnnnd
kinds Steam I'ackinf:, tlat
and Hon nil India Kiiblicr,
AilcMo nntl Stiap Stone.
I lax Pack inc. India Uuli
ler I lose. lo a Incli, Pipes
and Coupling's, Null nnd
Vasher fmislnd, Macliine
Holt I, all itc Cold pressed
II lac kimi tli Lnginer' and
Carpenter's Hammers Pipe
Cutters Winclic, flinrli lo
94 inch, Anvils Vices. Tul
Scrapers (JnmUtones ltet
Amcrirnn Itar IronnmlTool
.Steel. Huilderi' Hardware,
all klhdf and .t)Ies Hub
btick's Paint and Oils niw(
and ItoiUd, Small Paint In
Oil, in farce nriety. Dry
Paints Umber. Venetian,
Ked, Ochres Metallic, &c.
hitinc, German Window
ast'ld sues Manila Rope,
No. 1 and Flour, No. i and i Rice,
Crushed Sucar, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters. Clam, Salmon, Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory,
Pure English Spices. Condensed Milk.
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES .The JM7
11m Krroxrnti O, Urtint$ fVi
trlfuyal LhttuyH, 14 Inch, Itiihhrr
Spi'httf a tut Can i' m Itrtthn just at
hand, Blake Steam Pump Valves.Pack
in?. &c, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
ALSO ON CONSIGNMENT
California Hay, Barley, Potatoes Barrels
Salmon, Hams Asbestos Mixture for Holler
and bteam Pies, ery clieap, Fence Wire
and Staples Gultanled Roofing,
WiIcoy and Gibb'ii Automatic; Singer Manufacturing
Company, Aksorlrilt Hem my ton Coiii)ian) . Fanuk ;
Wilon AlatlynM, the best avjitmcnt lo be round,
41111 Ml ItUitUIII t IIIS7B.
New Goods by every arrival from England. New
xorx ana aan rrancisco.
1 Now Traction ttBtne,8-honttpowr.
Order from the other Ida ml 4 filled at Ilesi Rates and
In IIiIm K 1 11 til mn It ruiinrcleil irllh
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Apply LylBLEMIONR NUMHER jo. nr. lean
siui .ausriaAi ntv t'nifj nmutiim oiitce, IIUHMCr
it Cofjor (iChruni'i, Kwi Street, Tuning,
Reialruif. UebuMinj hm Rcadjiiktinic.
No. qj Fort St., Houolulu H. .
All Work thoraiieMy WnTMtHt !
IN M'KKV BRANCH
By O. r. WELLS, M ssalo al.r.
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haw Juvi r recited tut intu!r 4
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auui a tia Lor or
fNCII IIKLVKdAN KELTINO, lyr CaMrV-
i mil flla
CWilKK rOfc SALK. W. NKW MUOttfiK
MILLINERY STORE 1
llie Iarftet and
Aiwa) son hand.
THE LATEST STYLES
" 1 S f
RIIIIIONS, SATINS, S1I.KS,
And all neceury t rimming! received by every vessel,
direct from the manufacturers.
Pleoftsiwlto say that the lateat tyl
can only be produced by
A FIRST-CLASS MILLINER.
.Such as MISS KMRICK, ho lia worked only In
first claw 'millinery ettablishmenu.
and tn no other,
Honolulu u a great place for
WILL DO WELL
AT THE LEABIMO
OKA. J nSOMXL,
Comer Furl and Kuicl Simla
'-pHE CERMANIA MARKET.
IIUNULVLII, II. I.
UKEF, VKAL, MVTTOX, LAMU,
1'oullry and iVA
CortiUotljr on IuaJ, ami of cliotcea qualuy, lk
Sausaaea, Jloloftnat, Head Ckvf Ucrrnaa njutaaet,
rta.iJwa);ftonlkaii.L OurliM4t ara all cut and but
uu In KaMcm U,lc All order, fail WallyaluudlaL
anddelmrnluiany ut of theCiljr. Sbtiv on Haul
JMICYl, Wt.TIM HMItM IW .31, Wia,
4om auuH Mitmt, rratvlttara.
-llAILUKU POI FACTOSV,
Wailvku, Mai'i, II. I.,
If Quality of CmIuI MoHttfutlurfit Cuh
ttmutiy. All orders Hied with dUfaicK
f " Hfty .
rMILLIPS s Ca,
md TAalraatl tfmUr ttt tWal, !.
Skwca. Mats. Mw'i rwaliHttj Omit,
ratxy OaaaKssW. ' "
tlTIDER A CO,
Importers and DaWs In
And iBnlldlBR Matarial
of all UnJs, Jim rfcfivt.1, tx bit arrirals fra
laree ml well ltl raris of
comprising alt lheusual nock tins
In Scantling:, Timber,
Flanki and' Board t.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scanllinf, Plane surfice ami rousli lUvtnls sur-
faccil ami rouali llalttns I'icltls, Kustlc,
Ijtlire and Claplmards.
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
All slits, of Eastern and California make, and for
sale In quantities lo suit, al low prices.
Also, IN Stock',
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS,
OLASS AND SALT,
AND WHITEWASH aMHTIHXS.
A flne !.wrtnient of
, WALL PAPER,
1st latssat rtyltsa.
AT LOWEST PRICES.
Honolulu, II. I.,
1'ractical Tin, Copper and Sheet
Plumber, Gai-filter and Tin Roofer,
Keeps tn Mock alt kind- of material In the above linca
and of the best working brand, and art
prepared to execute any and
all kinds of work in
Laundry Stoves, Ship' and Schooner! Caboostt,
" Army Range" cooking capacity for too men.
Sheet Lead. bjeet Copper, Sheet Zinc, CaWantied and
flack Sheet Iron, 16 to 16 gauge; Uoxet Tin
Plate ic, U, Ux, Ixxx: Copper Steam
Pipe, to 4 in; Sheet Copper,
16 lo ao 02 to touare
and clean llrai Solder, Tinman's Solder, Copper and
Unus Wire, Calvanlied Water Pipe, )' 1,
Ki iH' 3 ll'- Water CkU, Ca Iron
. and Iead Soil Pipe, Hose
IlibU, Stop Cocks, Plain
Plated and Nickel lla&In Ccckt & Plug ComUoMlo.'
Cocks, for cool and hot water;
Water CWtt, Cast Iron and Lad Soil Pipe, Hose)
MM. Slop Cocks Plain Blbba. SllnrSaltd
andNlcltlUasIn Plugs and Cocks. Com-
UnatluD Cocks for Hot and Cold
Water, I lou Couplings, n
Heads, Bath Tut, Hop and Copper., Cast Iron Ssnlts,
bordering Coppers, Pipe and GaaTonf t, Oal
vanucdClrcuLiling Boilers for supyply
ing bath sink, etc, with hot wa
ne, Lead Pipe, lo '
Soon lo arrive suchasCIIANUELIERS-one'lo tU
ligliis-Library, Hall. Bracket, Student,
and Stand LAMPS. Now on
hand, a fine assortment
GRANITE IRON WARE
Stew Pans, Milk JUIers, UUcuh Cutters. Jsliy Sualnar
Morse Lamps, k.rosei Lanu and Keroaeaa
Moves, Twin Set., Jelly Mould., Dual, n
Scrub, hhoe, Vard and Stable
Hrusbee, Flour and Jetty
beisea. Corn Mroueas,
book mam &n mvssa,
f Wringer., CrlnioUig Iroi, Kauca Pans, Tinned
I EuassKlrd WdLyi WvsSprVln
e Meal Covets Qothei Hu, Sure
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