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SATURDAY) OCTOnBR r, iM.,
MA I RAXCSL'O 1.1. 7 TKK.
r.DITOR MATtuttiAV I'kMii -Well, here l
another toimtr lUf, another ilithinn of lime
for llime f it h'i kcrp up corrci'milencc
with )our wilf, urn! nrmthcr np.orliinlly for
Ihc oiilnl.lc wilild In Rllfir k ymr little tifnjt
lmlcl uilli nltractivc waimM wliielUe irlee,
ami Msotoforufinl nrw which way Rlaililcn
the heart of many, or tiring orrow, it I lmicil,
for few. Anil how much sorrow or Joy may
Ik; carried In one' Utile hort Idler, nunc can
know except hy actual cpcilcncc the ptcn'inc
or rtln of Inter netting lieing lew a mailer of
ecctitlrn niter many ycanol resilience in )our
Island. iiHil In vuiic rnc lie rather an aihan-
Line than otherle, for Instance, when one
is M-iratrtl frnm ilear friend or relative who
miy he al the (roml of IcjiIi, how tr)lnR I the
wailing for letter, how we client the reception
thereof, fearful of (heir content, )et atulou
to receive them ami know the worst all Oil I
ieallrl more fully with an ocean epiratlng
frieml, with no cahlc lo reilucc Ihc time or
Miflcti ihc Mow. Hut I don't intent lo con
llmic "iniKjnlng" In ihl main, will branch off
on to that fawiiite topic of comrrwtion o con
tcnlctit to fall hack on and nccr falling with
many. I refer lo
i UK wr.uiim,
which, for Ihc traditional Ihrcc ila), ha
mclleil u wllh fenciit heal anil lo ihy plungcil
in Inlo cohl damp nnd foggy wind piercing to
the hone ami making mcrcint n nccewlty and
comfoit. The theinomclcr Mood at 8$' day and
nlghl, languid, lltcd people complained, con
gratulating me a licing acemtomed to Mich hot
cupcllrnce, and lielng much Mirpiiint on a
cerlalnlng llnl jou try seldom know any
thing higher, and that the heat I nothing like
Ihc liiMiiTcralilc vifTocatlng air of Our Califor
nia sallcs anil Inland town! In fact, Ihc pen
al large how a scry ciioneou linpreloii of
your climate, geographical lluation and peo
ple, and white annioii to hear all item rclaf
ing to your kingdom look at one with an
Iiicicdiilou cxprclon eidcnlly taking many
lateincnlfwipniiwf, which licing Iran,
latcd may mean )ou ate drawing the long
In limine circle "nothing new" eem to he
the tegular rcjioil, all merchant agiccingiivn
that one Malcmcnt; no change, Hicct quiet,
no inlcrct to quote. r.alcm aiMcc call at
tention to llll further alliance in Kiik, in it
tinny form, while price arc hardening.
Nail hasc also advanced again incc Ihc 4tli
instant, xclhng now for tamlatd lrc higher
than for sometime put, with intimation of
another change without formal noticej all
building maletinl arc advancing, such a doom,
Mh, lilinil, itc.,()our luinlier merchants al
ready apprise )ou of raise In lundicr salucs hy
combination of price on tiot'wc!,) Carjivn
tcr arc catcc here, all busy, wage higher;
gooil men readily commanding four dollars per
day, many receiving three and n half whose
liictlt arc not equal to the stlK.-iul. All the lum
ber mill hac older for month ahead, and
a Ihc building interest i a gooil an indicator
a any, a good )car i ccctcd pailicularly a
the rcKirt jf our wheat yield makes the crop
much larger than at first anticipated, being in
ccry way satisfactory, the surplus estimated
at aliout 750,000 biKhcl, which a against a
prophesied shortage leave a wiilc margin.
Carefully compiled statistic show an acre
age of three and a half million in wheat thi
season, ttilha yield of lifty million bushel,
and not much of a year for wheat cither;
"greatct country in Ihc world irl"
Onj would think in this city of three hun
dred and fifty thouanil, with so many house
lull a horl time ago begging for tenants, that
all ihc families who have poured out over the
country al seaside resorts, farms, inlandspring,
mountain homes and quietude generally, oil
their return amid find accommodation with
out tumble, but available residences arc scarce.
Hardly one of the many sacant places, the
trial of owners, and whoso dirty unwashed
windows urect one oil every side, arc to be
found, much to ihc surprise of all, and ihc grati
fication of those whoseeinlhistliegreatcst evi
deuce ol improvement and general prosperity.
Our theatrical Ikmiii i over; the Union
Siiu.atc Company, after performing loerovvded
houses si weeks and taking in over forty-five
thousand dollars, relumed last Sunday to New
York, leaving many pleasant memories of their
play and acting, being succeeded by Frank
Mayo who, for the third season, present lli.it
well worn idyl, "David Crockett," which all
have seen, become timl of, and now leave to
half-filled houses. Kmcrson ha a very excel
lent troupe, doing good service himself and lie
ing rewarded with full house, white Tivoli
picsents Rrnaiti and Winter Garden enlarged
give "Masaniclfo" in fine style. To-day is
the last of the fair, which ba licen most suc
cessful, the receipts footing . much larger ttian
for manyycars. The" Authors' Carnival" will lie
presented in Ihe fair building a soon a cleared;
committees ate now preparing the programme
for the coming event.
We have all Ik.ch interested at the flow of
patriotism which obtained at the Coinly dinner,
an account of which Is detailed in your SATUR
DAY I'kf.vs anil Giiullt, and it is also gratify
ing lo find a change of heart in one gentleman
prominent at one time in jour Ministry, for in
the recollection of jour corrcsjiondeiit tic de
clined an invitation to be present at your cele
bration July fourth, 1SS1, saying, "No, I do not
care lo lie present;- I am not an American;
why should I go?" and now to have hi re
marks quoted, as sharing a satisfaction at lwing
wilh American, glorying in the old flag, etc.,
is one evidence that circumstances alter caves,
Ihe liiithright not licing enliicly lost sfghl of
ami Wing 10 Ihe memory de-ar. Hy the vvay,
if one of your present Minister gnashed Ids
teeth and swore at the enthusiasm of your last
fourth of July, saving we "Ameiicans arc get
ling loo strong," what number of teeth could
he have had tu gnavti, after leading the
sK'.clies at the aforesaid dinner. It is gloii.
ous lo see the stand taken for the American
interests in Hawaii, and may the " United
Stale'" langiiagealways bespoken on occasion
and with nounceitain sound. Certainty your
righting parson, Kev, J, A. Cruuti, understands
how-10 ctpress his loveuf country, his senti
ments King heartily echoed from these shores;
long may lie lie spared to preach to your good
pcoptc, and may- hts popularity continue!
I noticed an ads eilisetneiilin your papers call
ing for stiarcs of telephone stock, an enterprise
started in your town with fear and trembling,
considered u a favor lo subscribe and now
sliares sought for; it was exactly so in thi
city. Thewisconesshookthcir head, question
ed the utility, then the expense; and at last
crovsol amljccrottcd our principal streets so
a to entirely preclude kite tly ing, a was Ihe
custom tn early days; until now the number in
use is nine thousand and fourteen, (9,014) the
system dills-ling somewhat from your in that
we pay for each call, the party calling being
ctiMkfd five cer.tr, ami that every ringing
shows at the central office who applies, thereby
saving ihe noting of one's own number when
tiagtag. Subscribers can call Oakland or Al
'nwli a vseU ai San Kriocisco with equal
facility, lo Ihc great convenience of those who '
reside In Ihc country. No doubt ere long )mi
will connect wilh Maui and Hawaii, which
would tie of Incalculable liencfit to your mer
chant. srrwmnr r.ovionr.
The Iwo lrameM, whlcli rcioit arranged fur
your exclutlve line, furnished hy the I'. M, H,
S, Co., are ncatlng our coast; the .Viiw tit
aid to lie one of Ihc iiuinlier( having alteady
reached l'.iriini, and if lhee tteatner have
all the arrangements' for comfort and tpced
which scent to be the rule now-a-day you may
find it more comfoitahlc to travel than slay at
home. The Qiittn oflht 'atit, lately arrived
and now on ihe Oregon line, I certainly a
lieauly and It I In lie htitcil will lie a joy for
ever, for with elcclrir lights, electric bell,
every convenience of n ptivale house, addid In
a good table, a gieat progies ha liccn made
for Ihc conlderallon of those who "sail the
ocean blue," fir lmlncs or pleasure.
Our two grcal pitic Democrat and Re
publican bid fair for a decided split, andon
the Sunday-hw question after all, for Ihc prohi
bitionist claim the Democrat arc working lo
rcticat Ihc law, white Ihc Republican land up
for il, but by Instiling the word "n day for
recreation" offer encouragement lo the liquor
clement, and so, between Ihc two stool), the
prohibition parly ha no leg to stand on and
will fall to the ground, weakening liolh pitlic
in ihc foiinalion of a new party entirely, so all
wc can do 1 to wall (ill November, and may
the licst man win; a I have ald vi much here
tofore oti tint subject will leave il now, await
ing rcutl hereafter, AtiOl mm.
I.ATR roRMGN A7;;r.v.
rilF POVITIAN WAR r.NIIKII.
Arab! I'asha assumed the offensive on Ihc
91I1 of September attacking Ihc Diglidi ikisI
lion with I5,cxx)mcii. IIIlroopfoii(5lil well but
were rcpulscirwilli scsetc los. 'the lliilidi
ttoori sulTcicil gicatly from Ihc heal The
11101 severe, and decisive battle of the war
w a fought on September nth. The Kgyp
liin were surprised by a night march and lost
their first imsilion before sutitise. The balllc
was holly contested, but a gallant charcc by
the English decided Ihe day. Many of the.
enemy were taken prisoners, and ihc army
mtitctl. I tie l.gvplian retreated toward ag
aiig pursued by the English cavalry. The los
in the capture of rcl-KI-Kclicr. Arabi's ik1
lion, I estimated al 2,000 Egyptians and 200
l.ngllsn. rtraoi rana, when lie saw Ihc re
sult of Ihc battle, lioardcd a train and rinle off
atfullpeed. 'the following i (teneral Wot
seley' official rcKiti of ilic fight: Wc struck
camp at Ksssassin Iick last evening and
bivouacked on a high ridge nlnive the camp
until 1130 thi morning. We then advanced
uKin the verycxlcnsivc and very Mrongly forti-
lien K,suion iiclil ny Aralu IMslia with twenty
Ihouund regulars, of whom twenty-five bun
died wctc cavalty, with seventy gun and six
thousand llcdouin and irregular. My force
wa alHiut eleven thousand bavonet, Iwo hun
dred sabre and sixty gun. To have attacked
so strong a imsilion by daylight, wilh tlie
troops I toil Id place in the field, would
have cnlaileil a very great los. I resolved,
therefore, lo attack before daybreak, passing
thesis mile which intervened between my
camp and the enemy's position in darkness.
The cavalry anil two tiatlcric of horse artillery
on the riglil had order to sweep around the
enemy' line at daybreak. The first division
of the Second llrigaile, under (tencral (Iraham,
wassupiKirled liv ihc fool miartl under the
Duke of tonnauglit, and seven balletic of
artillery numliering fotlv-two guns, with a suit
ixitling brigade; then ific second brigade the
llltdiland briuadennd the In-lian continircnl.
Tliese were on the soulh side of the canal vvitli
the naval brigade on the railway, (treat em
ulation was evinced by Ihc regiment to lie
firta in the enemy's works. All went at them
straight, Ihc Royal Irish iarliculaily distin
guishing ilsclf by its dash and manner as It
closed wilh the enemy. All the enemy' wotk
and camps ate now in our iossesion. I do,
not know exactly the number of guns captured,
but it is considerable. Several trains, also,
with immense quantities of supplies wctc cap
tured. The enemy ran away, thousand throw
ing away their arms when overtaken by the
cavalry. The loss is very great...... Many of
the Egyptians officers are anxious to submit to
the Khedive When Arab! Pasha entered
Cairo, where the people were led to believe lie
had been victorious, he was stoned by Ihe peo
ple Arab!, it i said, surrended to den
era i Mc t'herson with a companion saying, "I
am Arab! Pasha; ihi is Toulba i'asha."
A late dispatch says: "Regarding the Egyp
tian loss in Wednesday's engagement, no com
putation approaching accuracy has yet been
made, but including what has been accounted
lor iiy tlie cavalty, it cannot tie shoit ol 2,500
to 3000. In several place the IkkHcs of the
Egyptians were lying in heap of from thirty to
fifty. They lay in dense rows where the l'orty
Second, getting on the flank, enfiladed Arabi's
lines, while they were holding the (losition
against an attack in ftont. The dead extended
for over a mile behind the position, a our pur
suing troops lited after the mas of fugitives.
Altogether ihc field of Tel-el-Kebir presents a
terrible and ghastly sight, fifty gun have
fallen jhto the hands of the Ilritish. The chief
commissarial of the prisoners states that rations
were issued the day before the liatllc for 15,000
regular troops and 7,000 irregulars."
General 'Wolsclcy and Admiral Seymour are
concerting a plan for a simultaneous attack on
Damictta by land and by sea Abdallah
and many other chiefs have surrendeil.. ., ..
The Ilritish cavalry marched through Cairo on
the 23d September for the purpose of making
a demonstration to intimidate the natives and
prevent disorders in the Arab quarters... ...
The Klicdivc ha issued a manifesto declaring
that En 'land ha great interest in Egypt, Ixith
in regard to finance and traffic through the
Suei Cinalj that for protection of those inter
est she Vas compelled to interfere, and that
she lias no intention of annexing the country.
The Khedive announces that he has authorized
(icneral Wolseley to represent him in restor
ing order and punishing relicts. AUIoval Egyp
tians are called iqion lo render Wolseley every
assistance. Any one refusing will be treated
as a tcliel ...General Wolseley telegraphs
(o Guidon that ihc war Is over and that he
needs no more trooiis from England
It is officiilly announced from Juddah that the
liramt suereel 01 .Mecca 1111 oceii neosctt ami
imprisoned at TailTe, where Midhal i'asha is
prisoner. AUlallah AUlerunian has been
namcel as Grand hlierecf. lie is the brother
of the Shereef who was murdered some lime
ago, as is suppose,!, by order of the Sultan, lie
cause lie was favorable to ihc llrilish ....A
dispatch datcit Sept. 23rd, says "there i a
rumor in town late lo-night al tin; clubs that
Ihe Queen wa shot al in the stables at Italino
ral this afternoon." It Is hoped that il is only
a rumor .The relumed survivors of the
(iitntttt were given a grand reception at Wash
ington on the 2 Ud. ult .Since the return
of engineer Melville of the ill-fated taiitllt
Ins wife, has broken down under the
long mental strain during his alisencc, ami
has livcomc insane . ..Disastrous rainstorms
and gales in Ihe Eastern States have destroy ed
an immense amount of property .An order
has been Usucsl by the U. S. war deiurtmciil.
assigning General Schofield to the division of
the facilic to succeed General Mo Dow ell.
IRON WORKS Co.
tuvt Just rcceittJ aji Invoke ut
3 Uoli Btlav-kMt SmmlUk I
also a nut Lor or
) INCH HELVETIAN UtXTING, for Cenirif.
THE GERMAN! MARKET.
ukv.v, vkal, Murray, lamm,
J'oMHry ana 'M
CotutAnily 00 IuimI. rd of choke quality,. I'oik
SAUsaiti, HokMOAA. Head Uiim, Imnuu bauww.
1 AlA)on naud. enu dicais art All cut aiiu vsit
In Eaitrrn usU. AU orilcra lAUhfullv Attended to.
and ikhtctcvl la any uut i to Cilr, bhoo an Hotel
Stmt, U(wca Uuoh aim! Kojt bucrtt.
IUv k ScWaiitr, PrtyrUtar.
NGINC FOR SALE. ONK NkW ao-HORSK
MIOS. O, THRUM,
Tint unrirt, rx l.1 aoivaii,
at SPLtctinn IW
. CKACKI.KI) fl! VASKS,
Wlndor ft Nowton'a
SIKKKJSCOI'K f KAMKS,
riNK i.KAIMhK A'Vt.USII IIAOS, laltt)les,
TOKSKS, CAKII CASKS, MUSIC MOI.I.S,
INKJfrANIlS, OI.AW PAI'KR WKIOIIlS,
CUT PAPER PATTERNS,
A full sorlinf nl lit hirst lls In l Tull'itteil llh
ti-fcuur iiiM'Ik racli mimtli
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
A fine Atsortm'nt ril htot novelties In
Tlie live e(xl are rifeneit at tlie FORT STREET
STORE, (llrrwer's I Hock) sml are .Ucr.l Al tlie
lowest fitfuie fur llie encouragement of lliivers.
II01I1 the (OKI' AND Mr.KCIIANr
on a lilieral a liaM to tlie public
as possible, commemorate wnri
in Alt caves.
Correivnilence reprctfully nolieited And OrJers
faithfully Attended to. '1 . 0. 'I. lakes leaure
In amiounclnic Ihe selection of Ihe Ijirirent
amiruiett Mock of .MISCKI.I.ANH.
OUS and I'KKSKNIAIIO.V
Art and Fancy Goods,
ror the rail irmlc, due notice or uhich will . given
wi receipt of haiieni invoices. Alvj iiAvinp; lcen
ilM)intcil Agent for llie
American Tract Society's
A full stock of their ilewaMc liOOKS. IIHlU.S ami
'lUbTAMKNISwiItbeVcptim tiaml, anJ a hUr.-.!
allowance made ta Sunday School ami 'leather
from lAt I 'rices. 4i3m
" BREWER & Co.
IloNOLUIl', II. I.
OtTer for sale the carco of the Martha Davit, Ihe fol
lowing list ol .Slerttiaiulise:
Card Matches, Farmer's Boilers, Barrets
Best Plaster, Franklin Stove Coal,
Hair Mattresses, Double and Sin
gle, Bales of Excelsior, Nests
of Trunks, Second-hand
Safes in good order
t and at extremely
FRASER'S AXLE GREASE,
A Clioice lelectioti of
Jilts Let Tojim, Jiffttott sly la,
Cut Uiitter L'ari'iall,
Ih'UHtu-U Top llttfjfjteH,
Also, ir Uirk EJuant May,
Cases Yellow Metal, iB, ao, 22, 24 ounces,
'.Kegs of Composition Nails,
arid Ox Carts.
All of the above (roods are In an excel
lent condition, anef will be told low to
A STOR HOUSE PARLORS.
ASTOK IIOUSK DININC, AND
Number 7 and jt Hotel Strtct.
Uoau ay tha Day, Waitr, 01 Thanvknt
llillUds Cljart, Clgaireiits and ToLacco, Soda Wale
aud other ked drinks. (McaUcrved in
HART BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS.
WAKAY ). UA1T.
Illlt A. MAUT.
CMPLOVMKNT BURBAU, V. M. C. A,
llosoiiu-, II, I.,
AU frrMai fkl-m Hmvlofmrttt. i mil
JMrt U tUitr in HvmWaWm
or u any of lb other Idand In ihe groun, tn vaat
of BfBtoyw. ill JAat makt tlu vsaiii knon tu
iwunuerslgncu, VbOO UI IM AU
ui tfieir power la au
0 THE t.ADIRS OP
A NIJMIIfK OF SH.FCT I.AIilt.S' AND
I-I A T S
MRS. A. MELLIS'
September 2, 1882,
AT HER DRESSMAKING ESTABLISHMENT,
104 Fort Sireet.
J. WILLIAMS & Co.,
Having purchased the Photograph Gallery of Mr, M.
ihc.ujtit will continue the bUMiicat iireoiUManu,
lly INCKKASKI) FACILllItS nnd em
.lo)injj n Kl -CLASS AK11S'1S uc
vial I endeavor to niaintain.ihe preuje
of the old and jtupuUr (taller),
and to merit a liberal patron
age by fair dealing and
SPECIAL ATTENTION -
GIVEN TO CHILDREN,
We are Jiretvtrcd to do all kinds of work from Minia
ture to life sue cither In
WAT Kit COLORS,
(.OI.ORf.ll, S.c, R.C.
flhe only (taller) in Honolulu, which tiaft a complete
collect lull 01
In addition to those purthawd of Mr. Dick ton, mc
have the entire cilleLiiun of V1KWS and lVrtrait
Negatives made by Mr. Claw, thut enabling
tutoolferthe ureatett varict) in viev.,
AND I.AVA FLOW VILWS.
Alio, a fcupply of Hawaiian and South Sa Inland cur-
ioMlies, l-ern Shells. A.C A fine Mock of train.-,
.Main, and ra&scpartouti consUiillv on haikl.
Vhttrye Mtttamuthlr umt Sathiirltan
Give us a call. J. WUlUms & Co.
t4qr Number 101 and 104 Fort Street.
A LDRIOGE & HAYBALL. '
Builders and Contractors; Plans and
WII.LCO 10 THE OTHER IS1.ANDS.
Eitbaates glren on all work connected wllh the
ltndjte work, none and Wick ork. sugar mills and
other works erected.
Rapalrlajf. or old IvBlUUaca aroayUjr
Buildings put up on the ln-4Aliucr.t plan.
FIRST-CLASS WORK OUARAN t EEI) AT I1E1J-
WRS. THOS. LACK,
N11. fi Fair Srmsr, llosoii li, II. I .
Importer And IkAler la
And Oenulne FARTS, ATTACHMENTS, OIL ANU
AccesMjrtes. Agent u the Wlllir. Aiu !M
LIUIir-RUNNINU NEW HOME
Machine. Howard' Machine
Needles, all kinds.
Cotttcxlli Sdk in all colors aoJ Sise. Ratutaur', Lbua
Fhread, Clark' a N. T. Machue Cotton,
Agent for Mm Demorest'
Reliable Cut Paper Patterns,
And publication. Dealer to
JrttCwItfr), lHH MHlt
bkol. Puwdtr. Caiai Anl UeuUi; Canrl
buses, law uaet, OtMoee wk at
MuUers, Tetavcce, J"
-pllBO, II, DAVIP.S & Co.,
6nr for sal from tli rr&fn of the Ohrrntt sral
w lir twtnt k!, Ili
DHY GOODS AND CUOTtttNC;
l'ilniY biwi lyt'-l'AU wlwv-l!ln IlcntnH, iilitie
Coril.m Sfi'rtlfirf, llwrwrk' nl t;t-rtlrt,
Itrqwii l.lnn Drill), pure l.lrtns,
llluo nnd Whltii Olmolr Utrulo,
Fancy Dress Goods,
laney I'UhN, Uii
ila Cravh. Hratfi, "lie, I'rarait,
lancy Work, tallies llnv.
. s-rnsrirti arm
Men' While and llron Cutlon Half-
Ho, Men' Heady-made
ClothniK. India Kul.Vr
Ri;nttn anil Woolmi Shirla,
lllue ant Ctey llorne lllankelt, While V.HUm I'lanltll
all color, sires aiwl welgliU Woolen And
Calilon t UnneU,
Velvet and Tapestry Carpctlnp;9,
Carrf-ls and Hugs.
SUGAR BAGS, 20x36
Coal Oap;s, large and small,
I 'rime iiuality. heavy and Iightnurlap4, 'I wine.
Galvanlxod CorrufcrttfiJ RuoHni;.
In t 7, 8 and 9 feet lengths (24 gauge) crewt and
wahert to nuich 1-em.e Wirr, no. 5, 6, 7,
I'inh Vtttlrn, HttltM ntttt Sitl.rM rtwlittrlr, I'll r
' Strir.e, (till,
II l,llhll, Chilli., Vi-llmr ttrhrr,
A full assortment of GENTS' SADDLES
also a few very nice Ladles' Saddles,
Saddle Cloths, Bridles, etc.,
3, s 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 B cd Oils,
from 3 to 10 inches,
superior, Topsail Chains,
"Admiralty Test," sizes ,',
)i,7-id, iiaci. Floor oilcloths,
ALES, WINES AND LIQUORS,
"Pig Brand' Stout, In pints and quarts,
Gulniiei' Stout, Belfast Cinder Ale,
Blood & Wolfe's Ale, pint and quart,
Basi' 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 Whiskies,
Duplessls, "Red Bar" and other tine Claret in
Best Sherry In bulk and cases,
Champague in quarts and pints,
Powell Duffryn Steam Coal.
M. OAT Jr., & Co.,
1 1 USUI. If Ll', II. I ,
Would take this method of Informing ihe inliahitanls o
Honolulu, and the other iklaiuU that
Ihey have oienetl a
Stationery and News Depot in the New
Hawaiian Caxette Block, No. 25 Mer
chant Street, where they are prepared
Ink l ml Mttr Hit ic,
In rjii.int, pints, hair-pint, ami cono.
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
ap, atuveiopes, rapetertes, etc., etc.
iirler tnkrh fur w iirrloillritl ur iieif
MijMr ttmt wy be ifrairnf.
I'rotniiC attention will be giien lothe Mailing
of 1'auers la subKribers on any of tlie other
islands ; aiti. agents fur Ihc
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Ordertfo Red KulUr Stamp received auJ ouijeily
THK COLOKNADKI I IIAVK THE PI.EAS
Ur of announcing that I hae ojened a new
Kroaunuu, at 7 Mauoakta street, iwar th Ih
Marie ei, and am prepared to furnikh a I(T-CI-aw
Uicalv-fau, Duiucf, Nupifor lainch, to all ho Lawt
mt ub call, a 1 intend ih Btllof Fare of tl Colon
aide to Include all that the maiLci artoetlt, f am my
own chief ciaok. and can guaantvc that thoa wba
give m a CH ui be atUne4 uh v toud ami ser
vice, Boer4 4-i.Veck; SlagU McaU accta.
AUays 011 handrCilntief pup" on Ke. SV1LLUI
H. MASON, Ute chief aJk ai lU "OU Coioer. 106
contilning tig, ftt !. ui $saeach.
pan u com anting j of the touHef and rarec pccWa
U 9m "J 9fre eaK Cvden from aUuad uuut la
i poqttgt , s.y eea m tmi repauy ut wt,
i to aqfcniftariy alt dmtn a be m U. N cwi
U f se at THOtC, THUUasS 'on sut
-'ASTLH ft COOKE,
Iframt ir, II I ,
Would call attention to their Lirje and
varied Slock of
IVMmIhc tt tli imrUlt-l lf $tt
Ihe M&fine tlerl MrraVrr, arl f"lirr6tn I'Uir, M-
line gierl Mr-all llrerianet, Jr., Cultl
ali, IRrt liiet ,
John Donro'a Clnllo; Plow;
I'lanlen' lloeer ihe Ut makes,
MOTIONS' Ct.l.KIIKA'IKII CNB KNIVES,
mule In order, Ames" .Shovel, an.1 Sindet,
(Jar Jn lldee, Canal Harrows, ()
Hone, Voket, Chain, t'eriee.
Sugnr Mill Requirements.
SUOAR BAOS, SUGAR KEGS, '
Sperm Oil, CyVtmUr. ImA
and KeroeriQ Oil, Perfect
LuUicai'r. I'himlxiKo, At
wny wrea, Diuon 'xtnd
H ami J files all dMftrxI
klnd. Si earn I'acklriK. Hat
and Jtour.d India Kuller,
AIMo- And Sfjap Siori,
fU I'atltinjr, India Kulx
ler How, ; tosinch. Pipe
arwl Cnuiilingt, Nut and
W'athcri, lirildied. Machine
Jtoltf, alt tte. Cold pf evd
Carpenle'r' Hammerj, I'iihj
Cuiirrt. Wiivliei, S inch to
14 iricli, Anvitt, Vice, 'Iulc
Scraperj, frintl4one. I'et
American lUr Ironar.! Il
bieel, Ilmlder Hardware,
all kind anrl Myle. Hub
buck's 1'ainUarHl Oils raw
arwl Lodrd, Small I'aintstn
Oil, in laree vanet,
rauils, Urnlr, Venetun,
lte.1, Orhres, .Metallic. Ac,
VVhillil, OeriiMH WhhI'fW
nss'ld sizes, ManiU Koie(
No. 1 and a Flour, No. t and s Rice,
Crushed Sugar, China and JananTeai,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon, Lobsters,
Finest Table Krtilti from the Factory, .
Pure Englnh Spices, Condensed Milk,
Cocoa, SPECLALTIES:-The rut
tire Krronenr ff, it fMtnt$M fV
trlfufiil fJntitffM, 14 Inch. Jtuhhrr
Nprhtft ttHfl t'ttitran llrakr just at
hand, Blake- Steam Pump Valves.Pack
In, Ac, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
Cahfornb Hay, Barley, Potatory IUirtU
Salmon, Haras AUesto4 Mixture for Boilers
and bieam I'iiesa very cheap. Fence Wire
and Staples Oalaniied Rowfinj,
Wilco ainl Gihb's Automatic; Singer AManidVttiring
Company, Assorted; Itcniinnton Cum pan y. ranul);
WdvMt .Machines the lrt atvrtnient la be round,
and at Bottom Price.
New Goods by every arrival from England, New
York and San Francisco.
1 Now Traction Englae. 8-borsa power.
Orders from the other IUand filled at Bet Kates and
fpENERAL BUSINESS INFORMATION!
J. . WISEMAN,
Real Estate 3rolcer.
Offers the follow lug ached ule 1
IIBAU'IHUL COrrAOK -o.c of the most Uauti
ful collage un r'ort street, to rent, Houe contains
kix rouiua. Iaih, etc, stable, ample grounds, shade
trees, etc. Rent $40 a month,
A IIKAITIIFUL COUNTRV HOMK 10 lea, at
Paawoa Vallev. half utile from Post Office. Mttute
on the main roadOunchtiOttltrert). I loue contains
7 rooms situate on an acre of ground. Ijirjee toomy
stable, with 4 st-dU. hay loft ami all convenience.
Chicken yard latticed neaily.fenciugaUarouiHl; gootl
paturaje atcr on the (emiee.
Rental on lease, $jjo a year
COP TACK on Klne street comfortable, and neatly
located, adjouiine James I. Ikiwtcjt remtdence, con
tains 3 rooms bath, water, neat grounds.
Rental $jo a month.
CGtTAGK on LUiba street -nar King street, con
tains j rictus cellar, ttatJe, carruge hue,padduci,
garden and neat grounds.
$j rent a month.
A PLEASANT IIOMES'I EAD, t KahlM. a mUes
from town. Ample gruunds suiuhie fur dairy pur
lves goixl Irrigation.
Lease, $ a year.
A COMrORTAIlLU HFSIDKNCK on tU YaODti
riHtd, t-a miles from town. Houve lias 8 rutins,
u 11 hall modern Imptoenicnts, stable, chicken house
Rental 30 a year.
SMALL .CmTAOE on Judd street, adjoining fur.
incr rctideticc of (cn. J M. Cundy. Hisuw cotUiit
4 rooms ftiaUe, chicken house, etc. situate on X
aaregrouniL Lease of 8 ) ears to sell for Jt-jo, iW
IkUildingt to belong to the- purchaser.
I Rent of land $js a year,
A Iret-rlAM Iavtaat.
carrAnKuRENi'anaruRNnuRK u sale
In a unall j-mou. cottage on Queen street, near
lunchUi urcd Furniture sell for )u
Cottage tents for Ju per month.
IWO HOUSES to RKNT and KUKMIUKK for
SAI.ri, on Alakea street. Itoth tioust situate on
deep W. r urn it u re to sell cheap.
Rental $$ a month.
r'INT, IlUU.IUNfi 51 IF. to SEMvsituate on Nuu
anu street, ahuvc firu UUlge. Lot jjiioo.
SOME ij ACRES on the Valley road, above the k
vaufkt, '1 u ea or sell,
UKAiniKUL KFJI1ENCFV with all cpmcnlencss,
at KUiht, situate on a a acre lot, with acres aJjon
lug tjuod paaurae, splendid Irrigation, tC Will
kae at once.
JNirfe ofhitutem $0 rM4 ft ull tc1t 0
H alt trtU OHaicfrUf MoHry tu limtt
sits ilraa4 aewrifyr iftntrml 0c esse
in tnHmtctrit tyt jMivere slrsisrM
HitU ruitrrtrti, rtr
i07-pn OFFICE, j Merchant at
AITAILUKU POI FACTORY,
Waiuiktr, Uaui, II. I .
Airar Quality vf I'ulut MMfriurtl f'w
WUMly. AU unlcrt filled ith duialcb.
I B. H. AUMey.
VIOriCE. UwUn uy iijijary Wuce frow the
Hi Ku.La.u7llAkNHp !HOr U Ucat.
r Jw by MrTNCS- JOHNSON.
W. A. McKAV oiU uul k the deli.etr of k.
6u ike AKt i&IAK ICT WOKS idtaSi
K4)-y W. S. FOtrrCK.
OLLISTP.R ft Co,
WlllH.MSt.lt At ItFtAII.
arvl mjiMfVtnrr of AI'.KAi ttl) WATIIR.
mrttrt'r and f Jeafert In
Umiiilnn Fatnnt Medicine.,
1'rtncy nml Ttillnt Artlnln.
tJt, Lie., f.le...
!W A jeil thr the Celbr iletl
TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES
ItvlJ'tiHl (llimv.i' A In,
$9 Nuuanu Si', and Corner fret and MerihantSt.,
HONOLULU, II. rot
O. HALL & SON,
Would call At tpntiom' to
Turin ritNL-tu asobtwbwt ur Goods,
Twenty different sies and tvlols
Hall Steel Plows cutting from 3 to 14 Inhes Hall
14 and ij Uich Brealers. 14 Inch Kula Queens
Sub-soif Plows, Hall's ruiruw Pos Shle Hill
I'lijws 10, 11 and 14 Inches 1 6-inch SuIVy
Mows, made tp'cbllv' for HamaVui
J'Untations No. 1 Butke)e Mow
ers, Mow handles estra points
and bejms for all plow
thai Me keep,
of all kindn.
Mr-CHANICS' 100I-S, SIICLK HARDWARE
all tlnds, NAIUSand Sl'IKKS, all tiiniU i.d
lire, KEFD K. lUKTON'S CEI
In great variety and in
VERY BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS.
STOVES AND. RANGES
of many Wndtatul sues.
W make a specialty of
An I having osrr 4s.ouo lb of HUMIIUCK'S VVItH E
l.FAI) ami IN'C c4 diffcrcnr iiualiriet, besides
a full line of all DKV I'AIN li wanlej. and
ovrr,oa,i!allonof IIUIIIIUCK'S best
ule iiOILKIl LINSKKI) OIL. v.e
can scllal die lowest figure. Or
Yr a.boa gallons of
1ST LUBRICATING OILS,
Ly the bane), case or nlLn. MASUK"S IIOUSK
and COACH COLORS, (lie best American
Palms known. Wc liavc now Ihc
Larsewt atock of
the East and trance, ever otTcred
PUMPS, BOLTS, PACKING
But we ill not atlewtt la enumerate any more of the
thousand and one articles that we keep, as It would
cover more titan a whole page of the Peass"
We cordially Invite our friends and customers to rail
and eiamineour splendid Mock c good for lWiuiles
and they will be convinced of lut we ). iHr
M. WENNER A Co.,
oe Ki.bt SrnBI, llosouu, II I ,
llaie reiened at the old ttanj with a new
Aikl rarsfutlv seltclr.1 stock of
And Clocks, all kiade,
Cold Ctutiat aad Gtuuds,
Sltvt Bttttoas. Studs, Ac
lUtilies wouUuVs well to call and csaniiiM our Uw.k. U
Itracctcis. UruoctHs I-wkcts. srrums tc.,
whKn werf epcully iwbKtedwitha
slew lo suh the fuajket.
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made to order.
The repairing braitch of wr buUnets e rrjard as an
itupuftajit one, and aUjub cotruurd sous will
be tsecutcd hi a inaiuter secoJad tu notte.
Of very deui!)it!oa dune ta order. Hartkulu allciv
lion U paid lo order aaJ Jot, wurlt frvw lb. other
Idtrelr, U rule IDAiAinf the (eiblic (. oaU
fatvrt, we rciurn tu hcie that our long e.
uerteiice la Caeee IJandl will eoAble us
la 44am a fair abare of (etrotaage
la the future.
"Otlrk Ua4 MmH troUt,"
I wir oiotu, a.4 e shall accfi tn uotk every Aitkle la
' our litw of lewnu. , ,!
au! u I.. Aaeee rueaorue um tea
afiFkie ihe ees vt ASaSahirif 4c
' "JSR jfyl'lrft'"
At v eaWtwaae attd eessaSflaa
To our former fttock- k Kataku,
ief and Chf Sfi!
Cftil'fi', Hmp. MlrviU, ritlMl thl'.l, (lit trT,
rM .hii 1 win, i-frnifA iwort. iwri, i 10
fij Slutll'S, tlt f OaVnnt, H(ie and
IhlmUf, Unb l1i 1, .Smith Hk
Iran Strap llUts, Knfclotts, Mi'
lleadc. sfrlaline an.1 patent Hush
Ua 81ae, (anetetl sites)
StwlhAhn fr, I'inh,
CMl rr. TarOil
BrlRlit Vnrnl.li, BUok V.rnlah,
Wire HhttlM, .sImNw, Mrinc II-nc, Kattin, ipnn
yn, CiinlTln; Irwns, CiejieT lks, Irnn Tacks,
tnnertln Links, Marlin-tpiVe. Canlklrtjt
lalteti, AIaM IfortM, HaiMllrtkei. Irtti.h
Mm. Tar rtnuhee, I'ACIrll. KUII-
IfllK I'Al.vr, m- W nxlii.l
in all tfi4 varlAt Oblors,
I'a'hilH mat Paint Ofln,
AIL KIAW AHtl rrjtOie.
A full AHnrtmeM of imUSIir.S" IMr.t, Varnish,
IVnetl', WhileaUt.,l'ate, Artit-, fkrub-, Shoe,
an.1 9h tlrushe a onl ar.rtinnt
an.1 ihlnzlin:). SHU' LANIr.ltNS
and Aide Ujhli, (rrtulaiiuii
a hoc ultras,
full avtmtff.t ( Cm crwefi, Irtcluttlnff ome
CIIOK.K VAKIfrriKH(C.VNKI (KK)TH-
' all l"i Fruits Jaim atvl JelliM, (a nw ar
lkt ml up by a new firm, whkb we tan
Mttldt rpcrminTtil Aft Ixmx ftuffietnlng
rratly nwe), a neur k uf t ea, In
eluding Mtnt tuperioc Jvpan
varieties, S2ar, (raw an I
refined), tfafu, Itaron,
Swoknt Jtcvf, hi TttHt
(a new artUIV
I'.KS, I'leUM rUI)IH.N(;S, kin of Salmm
I Elites k(ts Mar Lett1, Mu 'Irmgat, SourU,
etc, Clfih, Cf(ee, C)fonI Sauue, In
tins KaWin In ft, am) boaef
kaluns in tins Currants In 4 and
7 Ik tins Moles In I-, J-,
luarts 1 to 5 gallon Legs
Tapioca, Vermicelli, Maclronl,
Irlecl Apples Prunes, Hums I'eaclies, Peats.
pfVo(; Provision, Jivwut,
OotdeeOatr Kstra Family-, Fldorab GoMeti City,
Clraham-, Oat, ami Lorn Meal, Medium Bread,
CratkeTS (an aswrtmettt), Ulncer Stup4,
TafTy, Salorn PitM Breatl, Soda HitcuitS
KICK ami COr r KK, Whale
And Srrrit Oil. hrrm
Caridls, (4' And 6 1)
All r rh- Alnsr ill U SOLI) al ll.r I'.EST
X3T I'nj rr Are rrctfulljr inrlred to cnll arl exam,
ine our trrl. .
r EORGE LUCAS,
CONTKACIOR ami RUII.DCK,
STEAM rr.AXIXtl -I.S,
Manufacture all Wridi of
and Doors ;
and all kinds of wood-work finish.
Turning, acroll, and band tawing.
All Lindiof Placing and Sawing, Mofliuog, and Ten
ORUKRS I'KOMITLV ATTENDED TO AND
Order from the othrr Itlands solirireiL
TNO. O. roWLEK & Co,
arr tirrjuirctl tu Jtrnlmh flana iit! AeI
rrifffee far Stetl
With or without Cars and Locunotite. Specially
AIIAIrlKII 1-OR SUGAR PLANTATIONS.
Permanent Railways and Ixxmnotives ami can, Frat
tion tiiiei and Roal fxcoiurtises. Steam
raouKiitakr iiu a.uiilV3iing, aiacnUMtV. YH
aLie r-ngme tor an aurposes in
r.ngine for all aurposes
.I41(W lor UK It IX W
Citalceues with illuMrat'totts Model and l'jrrfstrsphi
of the abute Plams and Muhinery uuy be en at the
ofneesofthe undersigned. W. L. URKKN and tL W
MACFARLANE 4. CO, Ajtsfof Jnn, rowler& ol
Sleanier Likrhlc will Icare HouJula each Tucfclay
Mahukona. Ka.aUae, liu rahoehue m llilo.
Kctutninn; .111 touch At All ih. Above pom. Arrl.irnr
each bunda) a. m.
CAM KEE. '
Lai. with Chung llui, ti Nuuariu Si.,
hat now mooted lo No. 4) Nuuanu Slreel,
W here he It sho Ing a uew and 4er.lid A.
M'utckrn Clack ami Jewelry,
ofesnydcvrliemiMetccedintly low prices, lilies'
IIHACLLKIS. IOCKKKs' rUkklNiiC
licnt't blllkT blUUS. HLE1.VK-
AirnoNS. c Mfuock
U worth liMpeauig.
Watches and Clocks,
IVtce ljow; (luiluj Cood Oetler froot the uher I,
unde prouiolt aileuued lo. ficsxla lolly
sent byetcry UeAjuer, tot
"po THE PUBLIC
A!4 i'ftiNfera ( faHfrulatr.
A a number of Mauler and other. har leuueeleil am
Kt IYaciuik SnK IW Iheus, I OiaU Uve Hon-
urwiw im in. ya inuant ta Aiienu la lae l
Any unci wbhuuj
u.'nn '"'"Ti " liease saast b their onlee.
which will Iwi.e wy lur rrAtw, NO KlSKs
TAKEN Afttr lUbvery vn uuatw a &Wi
Vuvchiiaa riuibvcut fu, all uurchiwa. laban wbidt
weiiiniMiau thAqK of g si U auxie,
eo-iut j. N. WRIGHT, i
NOTICfc-HKBHARII ft Cft NAVK WH
. day iAu.ed of their dAaa auJ eugaw (aaX
mi U thiaeaywAAUv ftC,3u - W I ' dlllTCl
bniinee.. TXAiuVAtl e lb "- mgi o, lleriedac t$
AJHU4 .. ho- (h. . aJJ& W
1 UhWlM into
AWaeaf it fMav
"f Wi tii nlBn 71H
f t tm