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SEPTEMBER ij. .Mi.
.MA' TRAXCSCO LETTER.
Udhor Satokiiw Press): The sntlln
of the Jfa on I he morrow gU me "oppoituni
tjr lo prevent llic evWenees of my ilhtlnguishetl
consideration," ami white Ihe slock of nesst io
ilrsw from i meagre in the extreme, a ssortl
or so may not prove amiss, for uith the ad
journment of your "loo too" IciMature, ami
n consequent alnenee of id interesting proceed
ings, your print mmt mi the "fat tales," ami
consequent editorUI comment on the wivlom,
finaneial ability, legal acumen, and economical
ideas of the many claw-hammercrated orators,
of which, the aforesaid legislature was largely
composed. It has leen my good fortune to
have seen some, of these tame silrer-tongued,
after a hard day's work in the arena, sitting
cross legged alnul a dish of poi and fish, Kint
claw-hammer, taut while-shilt, and t might
almost soy taut cver)thingj ami can assert
without fear of contradiction, that Ihe last
state of that man seemed more appropriate
than the first.
It may be in order for me lo enquire if there
are enough of our good old friends among the
foreigners still residing in Honolulu, to pro
perly represent the mercantile community, for
with the arrisal of every vessel, scores of )our
citirens are visiting us, the last two steamers
proving no exception. Messrs. Atherton, To
lcr Spencer, Kennedy, Glade, I.osc, Col.
Allen and wife, Charles and George Carter,
Koth, llelmckenand Kennedy formerly with
Dillingham Co., Mc Chesney, Madie, Cha.
pin, and last, but nescr the least, Gen, Comly
and family. Some are about returning by this
steamer, some ha e gone, or arc gofng Ilist,
while those remaining here make the most of
their lime, enjoying the fair, theatres, rides,
and certainly two young men of the Hawaiian
community hac caused a corner in the peach
market. William Wilder and the twins have
gone In Ohio, while Col. Judd and family are
still enjojing the city preparatory to seeking
crowns forthe hereafter in the kingdom of the
San Francisco is busy with orders in all
branches of trade, but no complaint of over
work as jet; groceries and in fact staple goods
In general command good figures. Freights
are lower with much idle tonnage. Lumber
is in demand at usual rates; all grades being full
of orders, and many large mills declining lines
from inability to saw sufficient for regular cus
torn. Interest continues favorable for borrowers;
building reports are satisfactory; sacant houses
for rent cannot le obtained at favorable rates
in clegible localities, while the disposition to
foster manufacturing local interest continues,
all of which induces the belief that we have
entered upon a career of prosperity, based
on a solid and enduring foundation.
STOCK OAMltl ISO.
Heretofore, our state has lecn cursed by the
p-rotlieil stock excitement, which, while
drawing fiom saving banks the earnings of
mechanics, has enriched only the few million
aires, but the disposition generally seems to
lease gambling to the "profession," while the
stock excitement becomes less frequent. Val
ues in stock matters increased very rapidly for
a week, many well-known shares grew as if by
magic three hundred per cent in a few days;
but happily before the public fairly "caught
on" the bottom dropped out, allowing a few
to make wages, with little hope for further
deal; the only explanation of the mosement
being that assessments had to be uid; the only
way to the desirable end seemed lo raise stocks
for people to buy, which they would not touch
at lower figures.
The accounts from South America note the
completion of telegraph lines through to Val
paraiso. Messages can now be forwarded and
answered in one hour from San Francisco,
while electricity in another form has been suc
cessfully ulilucd by Cdison, in New York, with
the same facility as gas with meters in each
house, the consumption being regulated at will
by the occupants, while the expense of this
most brilliant light is less than Ihe most un
satisfactory gas of to-day.
Reports from Kansas claim they lias, c there
at least ten thousand negroes unemployed, and
many in a starving condition. Why may not
these people be utilized to solse the labor
question of) our country; accustomed in most
instances to field labor, raising cane, and, for
the last few years to short rations. The diet
of your plantation, as claimed by ihe Ckronitlt
might suit them, and the enervating influence
of your climate might not effect them.
Talking of the Chrenult, can't you manage
lo ship us a few renegade I)ing loafers who
will not work, to beg arc not ashamed, and
whose accounts of the treatments on planta
tions made out of whole cloth, for the Chtviti
(It to sputter oscr? For the attacks on the
Hawaiian Kingdom are not sufficiently fre
quent lo remember where the last tirade left
off, ami is il not singular, that while the Chron
iftt abuses the candidate claimed as the spe
cial henchman of the Hawaiian sugir mono
poly In w ords almost actionable, it docs not
object lo an Insertion, at usual rates, of the
nominee's card in its columns as "Hon. I'aul
Neumann, candidate for U. S. Senator on the
Republican ticket;" but then, "bishnes Is
Reports of your musical society arc not en
couraging. This is to lie regretted, for with
the natural taste for music which jour society
lias, the many excellent: musicians (herein, and
the facility with which they read and render
difficult pieces, it Is certainly a matter of sur
prise that the attendance and interest should
decline, their last concert being csidcncc of
Iheic aliility in giving pleasure to all who hear
them, lly this slcamcr Mr. J, W. Varndlcy,
for many years a resident of this city, leau-s
lor Honolulu. Well known as a trainer of
some of our best choirs, proficient in teaching
the violin, piano, and cultivating the voice,
being a fine law singer and leader, also, he
cannot fail or a satltfactory reception at jour
What Is the cause of all this great outburst
of United Slates' enltuiUuu? l'crhap you arc
stalling a duplicate of the order which has
gained so many incuiUrt through this country
called the " l'atiiolic Sons of America," an
order in which every native-born American
citUcu is glad to join, ami whose power is be
ing felt in the brller administration of our
naturalization laws, ami it is to 1 hopcl will
prevent foreigners who can neither read nor
write, swearing to understanding a constitu
tion which they never saw, or, if seen, could
not read. The order it not "know-noth
ing" organisation, but, simply a gathering of
Autencan-bofii from ail parties and conditions
of men, itginllcw of politics, or religion; and,
as its name implies, aunVw- order. Il is lo
be la future, I hope, tint no foreigners ran be
come t cilUen any sooner than ' native-born,
hico U, after a resilience of twenty-one jrcari.
iUKSAV rLATi-OlM IN tOLITICi.
A noted la y lut, the RcpubUcau adopted
the SwvUy fJuk, so called, and it la be.
earn mas proatWu put of the pUtfona.
pus gvWnwerU) nm taiga thb ,w ,, ( u
b$t on this .nwttiaa, StwM 4 ktyc Sn.
day law or shall Ihe law be repealed; Ihe Sun
day law meaning with us a day for rational en
joyment and Iteedom from labor, closing of
nroom, c The Democrats on their part in
sist upon a repenl of all Sunday laws, and de
lire a general "go as yew pteae" style on that
day; band playing, liquor ad libitum, no quiet,
with general license, and the law-ofa Sabbath
set at nought.
THE MARKET, ETC.
Vour good people who are making purchases
in our stores must 1 gratified at the largains
offered; for all gonls of wearing material, dress
gcxals, and, in fact, everything pertaining to
one's wardrobe, can be purchased low for cah.
The stores are full of articles at from len lo
fifty per cent lower than cser liefore. Fruits
arrive daily in the greatest profusion and
variety, at prices within the reach of all; many
tons being each day dumped from the wharf
for want ofdemind. On the first three days
of this months, during a temporary spell of hot
weather, thirteen thousand (I j.ouo) fine sal
mon w ere also throw n Into the Iny. August
leing a "close" month for these fish, the greed
of the fisherman had induced them to catch
out of season this large quantity, hoping for
a few cool days In which their ill-gotten gxxls
might be sold, but the fates and w'cathcr were
against them, with the foregoing result, which
is only mentioned as n ort of aggravating item
to your islanders who have salmon only as a
high priced, iced luxury. adolmius.
IAO VALLEY AX D llALEAKALA.
A short Ramble amid Enchanting Scenery Views
In the Clond-Land of Maul.
Ilound for Hateakala, we et foot for the
first lime on the Island of Maui, at Maalaea,
at half-st three o'clock in the morning, after
spending the greater part of a lieautiful moon
light night on the deck of the Likthit.
A number of two-horse "expresses" were
here in readiness for passengers, several of
which were soon loaded and ssent off, each
striving for the lead, those in the rear rapidly
acquiiing real estate.
A ride of seven miles over a fairly good road
and we sserc in Wailuku. A lath and break
fast were then in order, after which wc were
also. A little delay occurred before we could
procure horses, but finally mounted on good
animals, engaged for a sveck at the rate of
three dollars per day, we started for Sprcckcls
ville, leaving Wailuku by one of its gates (as a
gap in a wall of low hills might lie called), wc
entered a region of what arc (no matter what
they might be called, norwhat withwater they
might become) bad lands, sand, sand, red
sand, white sand, sand holes and sand hills
with a little coarse grass here and there ; wc
plodded through this for several miles until we
reached a smooth hard lieach. A short gallop
on this lieach, just out of the reach of the
waves, and wc were in the seaport of Kahu
lui. This is a busy little spot and w ill probably
grow rapidly if the artesian well sshich Mr.
Sprcckcls is putting down as an experiment
proves a success. The tools were invcry hard
rock at a depth of one hundicd and forty feet.
Continuing on through several miles more sand
wc arrive at SprcckcUville.
Finding that a friend, whom wc expected to
make the ascent with us, could not be spared
for se cral day s, we concluded to improve the
intervening time b) seeing all sse could of the
plantation, including the immense mills with
their new- and v aluable machinery, and the
ssorking of the steam-plow; also, in visiting
the surrounding country and spending a most
delightful day in Iao valley.
This is like the Yosemilc valley and yet is
different ; it is more beautiful but less grand,
and although we had expected much we sscre
not disappointed. For miles we rode between
nearly perpendicular and impassable mountain
walls, not lure falft or cliffs, but what
appeared to be mountains of moss, prodigious
ruins covered with ferns and vines; turrets,
ramparts and lowers covered with Ihe freshest
verdure, while here and there gigantic sentinels
in green uniform seemed to stand on guard.
The trail led through luxuriant vegetation,
groves of guavaand kukui trees, forests of koa
and beds of feathery ferns; while beside us
leaping from rock to rock, dashing against and
around the boulders in its course ran the
brawling Wailuku. Perhaps this stream may
have received its name, " Waters bf destruc
tion," when Kamehameha dyed it red with the
blood of his enemies, the day he drove Kahc
kili's army over the precipice above- it and con
leaving our horses to fiast on the abundant
grass, we had a delightful ramble further up the
stream and several narrow escapes from a
ducking while crossing on slippery stepping
stones. Returning w c found a party of nativ c
women and girls picnicing near a pretty water,
fall which they had evidently been nearer, as
they were letting the wind dry their long
glossy black hair. A number of boy s scattered
among the trees, calling to each o'.hcr while
they filled lugs with ripeguatas, revived mem
ories of school holidays spent in New l'ngland
woods gathering nuts.
Before leaving the valley we ascended to a
plateau enclosed between two fords of the
stream ; from here the valley had the appear
ance of a crater of which this plateau was the
center, the walls being circular, only a small
jxiition towards Wailuku having been destroy
ed. Wc longed to linger in Iao, "the beautiful,"
but we legan to be aware that while our eyes
were feasting, other portions of our bodies com.
plained of. neglect and called for food also.
We returned overflowing with the satisfactory
feeling that if anything should prevent us from
ascending Halcakala wc would still be repaid
for our trip.
Hut the chapter of accidents contained no
such veto for us, so one morning our party of
three. Toko, I mut lieg your (union, though
not a " fealherless biped " like the rest of us,
you area companion w ho should not lie ignored,
of four then, three of which were mounted and
provided with rubber coats, blankets canned
food ami canteens, started for the beginning of
the end of our trip. TJie weather wasdclight'
fully bright and fresh. After leaving the cane
fields Ihe road led us through rich rolling pas
lure lands. One of the horses, having de
veloped a tasle for crackers and larceny just
before starting, we had lo stop and replenish
our stock at Kawaapae; a small board pro
jecting from a jxt beside the store attracted
my attention, and upon it saw the name of
"Dr. Kraft;" a little back from ihe road stood
his cottage in Ihe prettiest pari of a beautiful
country, We did not have Ihe pleasure of
scemng Ihe doctor as he had ridden over to
Lahairu. Beyond this, on getting Into the open
country we unsaddled and tethered the horses,
lunches), rested and enjoyed the sicw : from
here on the ascent was more rapid, ami the
country uninlubilcd until we reached Olinda,
Mr. Alexander's summer place ; here we found
a cottage with an ex-confnlerate major In
charge, w ho show td us heic w e could water our
horses, and invited us In: had a little chat with
him, admired the pretty flowers surrounding
the house, but declined his cordial Invitation
to stop over night, as we desired to reach llie
summit before dark ami It was already neatly
three o'clock the distance remaining was but
six miles lull lu ascent averaged a thousand
feet to Ihe mile.
Up to this pfljftt k had been plain sailing and
wc had but little trouble in finding the trail)
Beyond hit thanks to the directions and a
rough sketch of the way given to us by one of
the Civil Fnasewrs at StwecfcokviUc, two
hills make good land-marks. We steeresl
for the first, called " i-uu Nianiau." The trail
passed to the right of this then turned off in the
direction of the other which has a monument
of stones on top, this must be left a short dis
tance to the right; the rest of the trail Is
marked at intervals by imill piles of stones.
We continually expected lo reach a point
where vegetallor. would gise way to utter des
olation, naked lava and boulders, as is the case
on Mauna Ixt, but were surprised to find so
much bunch grass and scrub ohelo, almost to
Ihe very edge of Ihe crater.
When within a mile of the lop we passed
"the cave," but lining been warned that Its
occupants sscre bolh loo numerous and sociable
for comfort, sse continued onward and upward
and had a look into the crater just at sunset,
with only a single glance however, for wc had
to hurry and arrange our camp lefore dark,
and were, lwsides, lioth cold and hungry, and
Ihe horses hot, hungry ami tired.
Ticking out a place partially sheltered from
the wind about a hundred yards lower down
wc went lo wotk lively, unpacked our traps,
tethered out the horses, and got a fire started
as it liccamcdark; half an hour more of day
light and we could base gathered a supply of
firewood which would hase lasted through the
night, as it wai, we were obliged to scramble
around among the rocks and feel for it.
A cold supper and then to lcd, and a hard
one, but wc passed a bctler night than we had
been led to believe it possible under the cir
cumstances, iipwcvcr, ihrcc persons, arc
most too mtny lo lay comfortably under the
At four o'clock next morning wc iscrc up
gathering wood for the fire; everything wc
touched ssas very cold.
Just before daybreak wc started for the top
to sec the sunrise, it ssas only .1 short distance
but wc were several times out of breath before
getting there, it is, I belies e, a common ex
perience that the first sight of nearly all of Na
ture's greatest works and ssondcrs is disap
pointing. I had found it so many times before,
and again experienced it. The crater of Ki
lauca is more impressive at first, though it is
only a few hundred feet deep, while the liottom
here is two thousand bclosv us. Hut if this
big, yawning, sepulchral hole was a disappoint
ment, the- cloud scenery as lit up by the rising
sun was indescribably grand and beautiful.
Oceans of clouds, icebergs, floes, avalanches,
glaciers, surely this must be the long sought
for North pole and around us is the ever frozen
sea. As the sun rose higher the clouds in ad
dition lo their beautiful shapes and forms took
on new beauties of color. The view might
have been painfully long drawn out if the sea
had not risen up and formed a limiting wall.
Returning to camp we waited for one of our
parly and breakfast. At last the missing one
returned vv ith a bunch of silv er sw ords w hich
he had had much trouble in finding and getting,
He had seen two other bunches grosving in Ihe
crater but had been unable to get them. Taking
a rope with us vs-e secured these also by lower
ing and slipping a noose over them from the
rocks above, it is said that this plant has
never been found except here and on Mauna
Loa. The descent into the craler can easily
be made, but wc did not attempt it as sse
dreaded the ascent. Toko went down part
way after some sheep, but concluded he did not
care to make their acquaintance long before h
had got near them.
The longer we stayed, the larger and deeper
did the crater become. Instead of being round,
or cup shaped, it is very irregular, and has two
great arms branching at aliout an angle of sixty
degrees to each other, ending in gaps, or
breaches, in the crater wall; through which the
clouds lcgan to drift in and fill the crater
ln'fore sse left. The bottom also is very irreg
ular, ss ith a dozen or more regular cones, or
minaturc volcanoes, scattered about, which
appear like sand hills, though some of them
arc said to be seven hundred feet high. The
whole circumference is staled variously at from
nineteen to twenty-seven miles, and its appear
ance has been described as being "like a bird's
eye view of a dead city half hid in ashes, and
carved in cold grey lava."
We amused ourselves for a while rolling big
stones into it, they started on a comparatively
smooth slope, gradually increasing in velocity
until rougher ground was reached when they
would make immense leaps, breaking off shrubs
every time they struck, and after lliey had dis
appeared we heard they were still striking out
for the- liottom by the dust they kicked up at
every jump. Our return trip was a little varied
by our getting into a cloud and losing the trail
We wandered around for a while and liegan to
think wc might have to wait some time, when
the curtain lifted, and we discovered wc were,
and had liccn for quite a while, almost within a
stone's throw of the Major's house.
From there wc returned to Sprcckelsville
without any further trouble, tired, sun-burnt
and hungry, but well satisfied with our trip,
A. VV. D.
M. WENNER & Co.,
91 r'OKT Stkkkt, Honolulu, It. I.,
Havvrc-optned at ihe old stand uith a new ,
And osrcfullY selected stock of
And Clocks, all kinds,
Cold Chains and Guards,
Sleeve Buttons, Studs, &c
suites would do well to call and examine our stock of
llraceletL llroochci, LncLcIL Kirtinjs, rtc,
which werv espnUlty- ftelcclcd with a
view to utt ihe market.
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Midc to orticr.
Th ttiuirinc branch of our Lutinc t regard at an
,nijuruhi oac, and all join entruued to us will
te xrcuitd m n nunor fcccond lo noo.
Ofcrery defeai(tiondon to ortUr, ParticuLir atten
tion (t paid to cdert and Job wot k from th other
ttiuklv While thanking the public fur part
fan, w return to hop that our Ions
penenca tn the iland will tnatU u
to obtain a fair liurt of prtronagt
la the future.
"Quick Haltu and Small VrojH$t"
Uour tnutto, and Utall keep In ttock every ankle In
our line uf Luuncit, Sl'l1
Thankful foe that liheial patrona which has been t
leiMjcM tw sne unucrMgncu, icoutnaf u
EaUrca hi Priatiac aVyrt,
and re not lo luuet trucioua quarters, h vvsudd ret.
tfull)r iocna live puUac of ill change to
Flitnrr old uaad, and more recently tAtuoled by Mr.
Mat telatt. djnu( Thex 11. Ihvses oftce,
white all wotk in the tes-craj branches vf
irawi am book ranrrnra,
Job !naiu( of tsery dcKrigtloa will I (tUhfuUt
Infenor 10 two ; lt
Men nirtM at tka old tUU Mec
machinery, for aipeduua and perfeottoo of
week, wkoMy earned on by etpenenced
kress sTuekaaea, PiaroaaTlws, Kvl
laii, Fagimu, MawtUMO. Cue
and Fiaituiac; eaecuud
KmJ any Je Ik rtmtt.
"0 THE LADIES OP
A NUM11ER OF SF.I.FCT LADICS' AND
HAVE IIF.EN RECEIVED AT
MRS. A. MELLIS'
Which will be . -.
September 2, 1882,
AT HER DRESSMAING ESTABLISHMENT,
104 Fort Street.
F. EHLERS & CO.
STAPLE AND FANCY
FORT STHEET, Honolulu. llvl.
HEO. ft. DAVIES A Co.
AOFNTS FOR THE
Offer for tale from the cargoei of the Offeror, ami
other recent tenuis the
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING:
Print of Utel M)le fjtt colon llluc Den.mi, white
loruon kneeling, itorrock lone Cloth,
Itrown IJnen Drill, jiure Linen),
Blue and Whito Chock Llnfndna.
Fancy Dress Goods,
Fancy Plaids Riwla Oah. Scarf, lie. Cravat,
Crochet ami Fancy Work, Ladie Hone,
Men'i White and Ilroun Cut ton Half
IIoe, Men's Keadmade
Clothing, India Kut.Lcr
Rogfttta and Woolen Shirt,
Ittue and Ore) Horse ULinVets While Cotton Uhnlett
aii colors sues ami weight Woolen nn-I
Velvet and Tapestry Caipetlngs.
Carpets and Kug.
SUGAR BAGS, 20x36
Coal Bags, large and small,
Prime tpialit), heary and light Ilurlaps Twine,
Galvanized Corrugated Roofing,
in 6, 7, 8 and 9 feet length, (a 4 Range) ftcrews and
wasners 10 mat en, fence wire, no. 5, 6, 7,
Flth l'lnlm, JloltM ,l,i(7 SilLfK ronijilrli-, I'lrr
Jlrlrhit, Fire dittf,
nhltlnu, Chalk, Vrtluw Orhrr,
A full assortment of GENTS' SADDLES
also a few very nice Ladies' Saddles,
Saddle Cloths, Bridles, etc,
3, 5 and 7 yarj 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 tf,
" M, 7-'6, i inch, Floor o ilcloths,
ALES, WINES AND LIQUORS,
"Pig Brand" Stout, In pints and quarti,
Gulnneas' Stout, Belfait Ginger Ale,
Blood & Wolle'i Ale, pints and quarts,
Bass' Ale In pints and quarts,
India Pale Ale In pints and quarts,
Fine French Brandy In bulk and cases,
Hennessy's Brandy In cases, , , and
Old Tom, Cheap Brandy In cases.
Old Scotch and Irish WhtikUe
Duplessls, "Red Bar" and other fine Clarets In
Best Sherry In bulk and cases.
Champagne In quarts and pints,
Powell Duffryn Steam Coal.
T M. OAT Jr., & Co.,
Honolulu, II. I.,
Would tale this method of informing the inhabitants o
lywomm, ami ine uner Istamls Hut
they liaseoiened a
Stationery and News Depot In the New
-""" wtnt uiuva, nu. jj mer
chant Street, where they are prepared
to furnish r
ink ami MurUayt;
In quarti, pints, half-pints, ami cones.
Letter ami Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
Cap, Envelopes, Papeteriei, etc., etc.
Unlert tnkrn for nw vrrtodlcut or ue.
llrr that may (, ilrtlrtit.
Proail4 attention will be riven lo ihe Sl.ilinf
oi Tapers to subscribers on any of the other
islands ; alio, agents for the
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Order for Red KuLber Sfuaps received &nd (4vmptly
NOWLRS' STEAM AND VACUUM
C. SRSU'SK 6 Co., AGENTS.
Havine on hand a full and nsmt-l, norl rJ .It-
above celebrated pumps, iai received t.imj Turult
fioa, Bauon, sv guarantee them lo L theaper and
better than any uhnu)le of puupiinponeJ. We call
Ihe aiiention of planter t particularly 10 the Vacuum
PuP, which is the leaM ctwphcaled and more servKa.
bis than other pumpa, . ,f
rMfLOYMBNT BUREAU. Y. M. C, A.
IIOHOUIV, II, I.,
4if ftrHt ktMy tCmplymtl, unit mil
rmrtlf fier in McMowiM
tmr ssnssf it ilk tjliMW lal kn.U t !,& ..-. I. . m.
t llsysss. wiH please auk e their want, Vncnro lo
Mm wudeuoe4, whs will do aU in their puwer la HI
CLmt Ham," on tW jtkmMd. vtth
ASTLE & COOKE,
Would call attention to their Large and
varied Stock of
Consisting vt the iinmalird I'arU Sletl
The Moline Sltel Ilrrflicere, and Kurrowlnjr, PI-)-, Mis
line Steel I loss oil itreel'Unet, Jr., Cult t
vatore, I)irt Scraper ,
John Dcorn'n OmiK Plowa,
rianlers' Hoes of the lt make,
disstons" cri.i:iiRATt:ti cani: knives,
m-vde to order, Ame ShostN and Spades,
tt-mlen Hoes, Canal Ihrrowe, Ox
llosss, Voices, Chains, IVnce
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Sperm Oil, Clmiler. I-ard
ami Kerosene in, re r led
Lubricators I'tumbaffo, Al
bany Gre.ie, DtatotVs and
S nn J J. file, nil sizes ami
kind. Steam r.icVing, I lit
ond Hound India Kubl-er, '
Aitcto and Soap Stone.
I xx Packing India Hub
Wr How, Jj to a Inch, Vit
and CouplinRs, Nuts and
Wahers, finn.lied. Machine
Hc4t, all mim, Cold pressed
IIUcLsmith's. Engineer's and
Carenter' llAmmers, Pipe
Cutters. Winches, 8 inch to
94 inch, AnuU, Vices, lube
Scraper, Grindstones, Hcst
American liar Ironand Tool
Steel, Ihnlders Hardware,
vall kinds and stjlei, Hub
buck's I'atnts and Oils raw
and boiled. Small Paints in
Oil, in large artety. Dry
laints Umber, enetun,
Red, Ochres, Metallic, ,1c,
Hlutine, German Window
ass'td sizes, Manila Rope,
No. r and a Flour, No. 1 and a Rice,
Crushed Sugar, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters, Cfains, Salmon. Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory,
Pure Enellsh Spires, Condensed Milk.
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES: The IW
rc Keroiirttf W, II entoit '
trlfityal LininjH, 14 Inch, MuhUrr
Sprinff it tut Can mm Jtrahr just at
hand, Blake Steam Pump Valves, Pack
ing:. Ac, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete.
ALSO OS CONSIGNMENT
California Hay, Barley, Potatoes, Harreli
Salmon, Hams, Asbestos Mixture far Boilers
and Steam Pipes ery cheap. Fence Wire
and Staples Galvanized Hooting,
Wilcox and Gibb's Automatic; Singer Manufacturing
Company, As-sorted: Remington Company. Family;
Wilson Machines, the bet assortment to be found,
and at Bottom Prices.
New Goods by every arrival from England, New
wtk and San Francisco.
1 Now Traction ngini, 8 -horse power.
Orders from the other Ubnds filled At Ile Kales and
In thlt KlHyilum In roimrcltil ivllh
ApiJy by TELEPHONE NUMIIEK 79. u leas.
-'.' mW1 "T i'iiiH onice. llbllisler
&.9o,,.0r r- U.llsfBni's, tx Street lunini.
Kepairme. Kebsiffinj atij Kea.llustiic
Ho. sc7 Fort St, Honolulu. H. I.
IN EVEkV URANCII
r O. r. WELLS, If use Dstsslar.
IRON WORK Co.
have Just leceived an Iavitc U
S ItMk B4UM-kst4 -g'-'1 1
auso a risa Lor or
J INCH HELVKTIAH, BELTINO, U Cwursf.
EMCIKK lOtt SALE. ONE MEW so-HORSE
PiHTtsr laaUe, bs fmtUu W, IV wla W
MILLINERY STORE !
The Ijirgett and
A!a)s on ImnJ,
THE LATEST STYLES
UlllllON'S, SATINS, SILKS,
Ant all necessary triinminss receiscd by every vessel,
direct front llic manufacturers.
Pleased to day that the latest (tyle
can only be produced by
A riRST-CLASS MIXUNER,
Such as MISS I'.MKiqK, sslio bas worlnl only in
first class millinery establishments,
and In no other,
Ilonchilu it a ereal place tot
WILL 1)0 WELL
II V CALLING
AT THE LEADING
chas. jr risciux.
Cor""" r" "d Hotel Slteets, 4jjr
'T'HE GERMANIA MARKET.
Iloxouai', II. I.
IIKKF, VKAL, MVTTOX, LA Mil,
I'aultru anil Fltth
Constyntly on land, and of cKoknt nuahtr. I'tek
SaUMfet, Holocua.. Head Cteew, Uerihan fwubges,
etc., la)f tn lurL Our laeati are all tut aisd put
. . . ' . ". nu oroers laiihiuliy atlcuOcU lo,
and deusersd In any; parts the City. hia,p wi Hotel
Nrcet, tctssceu Union aid Feet Streets.
" tup stkrastor, Pioprtoton.
Koa 1'onrana os I'sauANSxr
IDHR Ac CO.
Importett ami Uealtrs In
Anil iBnllttlriR MntorUl
of all llmls, Jut trcelseil, et late nrrlsals, sesera
large ami well selected rariroel of
comprising all the usual stock sires
III Scnntlitig-, Timber,
Planks and Boards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scantling, Vlan. urfire and rough Hoard ur
rcn and roufsjh ....tieri, l'icket. Rustic,
(jittice am! Claptioard
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
All ftict, of I'aMtrn and California mattf, and for
kc in quantltid to xuit, at low price.
Auo, in .Stock,
WIIITK ZINC, TAINT OILS,
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS,
GI.ASS AND SALT,
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fine awortment ot
in latent stylo.
AT LOWEST PRICES.
Practical Tin, Copier and Sheet
Plumber. Gai-fitter and Tin Roofer.
Keep in Mock all Unds of mat trial i In the above line
and of the bc&t working brands, and are
prepared to execute any and
all Unds bf work in
Laundry Stoves, Ships' and Schooner's Caboose it
"Army Ranges" cookine capacity for too men.
ShetJ Lead, Sheet Copir, Sheet 71nc Galvaniwd and
Illack Sheet Iron, 16 to 26 gauge; Itoies Tin
Plate ic, Is. U, lxxa: Copper Steam
I'lf'tK o 4 in; Sheet Copper,
to to jo 01 to vmare
Hra aSolder. Tinman's Solder. Copper and
Wire, (jalvnniirtl Water Pipe, , , i.
t r " ""strr .tusvcis, .m iron
and Iad Soil 'Pipe, Hose
HihU, Stop Cocks, plain
lit hhn, Silver
Plated and Nickel UaVm Cocks & Plugs Combination
Cocks, for cool and hot water;
Water Closets, Cast Iron awl Lead Soil Pipe, Host
llibU, Slop Cocks, 1'laln llilbs, bilver-pUted
and Nickel llasin I'lugs and Cocks, Com-
Linailon Cocks for Hot and Cold
Water, Hose Couplings,
Heads, Hath TuU, Hop and Coppers, Cast Iron Sloks,
boldenng Coppers, Tipe and Oas Tongs, Raj.
vanucd LircuLttliig Uoilera for supyply.
big lath sink, etc, with hot ssa-
ler, I cad 1'ipe, y, to
Soon to arrise, such
1 arrise. such as CIIANUELIEHS-one 'to
ighu-IJbrarjr, Hall, llracket, hlud.nl, .
and Mand LAMI'b. Nose on
hand, a isna assortincnt
GRANITE IRON WARE
Mm. FaHta)' HUrimt,
Ste Pans, Milk ll.,iler Uiscsiit Cutters, Jelly Strelners
AIstasTsVst lAHlIaH. IClrtsana I illlld asao.l L'... .
Stotst, toilet Ssts, Jelly WouUs, Oust,
ixrub, blsoe, Vard and neaUt
llrushe,, flour aisd Jelly
Selves, Corn brooms,
DOOIt MATS AN BUeSS.
CUIsts Wrhgm rilmping Irons, Sauc Pain, TiiuseJ
nd.!i?v",i.,d Vf ' ClMjiJiig Knlses and Trays
Wirt Meat terj. CMhes Pirn, Store '
Polish, Gem Pans.Uk. Boies,
SachasCups aoJ Saucers. Plasssa. jtostts., Bakers,
Soup Tsueetjs VetjasaU. bsshas, TUJktHi Casstass r
PUiiWi, Csrefs al fi-if. Tsjiketr. (JosV-
lets, Tualssars, nasur Mi , asssttaf ud
btsar Usaass, Cake fssveda, tt ,
B Ls se .assssssr
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