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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14. iM.
THE NATIVE PRESS.
' Untied we stand.
Divided e fall I"
There has liccn no lime in the hittory of the
Hawaiian gownment when lhete hat. lccn
such unanimity ami accortl, on the part of the
people, . i seen at the present time In their
IERing, In private anil In public for the re
nioval of the present treacherous minlstrs.
One half of our lutl week's iwuesva.., at also
the half of the present issue is, filled with
the thought of the people, uttering, at with
one voice, the with that this mischievous calii
nit be removed from the management of our
government. Anil by reason of this expression
of opinion of the nation, which unites with ours
in this one request, the appointing power can
not afford to delay and persist in retaining In
the weighty offices of government these bad
men, as the nation considers them.
These two men arc not merely bad in their
origin, in their unskillful management of the
nffiln of our lind and in their suppression of
personal rights, but they have also degraded
the reputation and dignity of the name of the
government; and such has been the dlvgracc
these ministers have Inflicted on the land that
the jieople can not abide in it.
Now uc set forth truthfully anil fearlessly,
that the government is being manipulated by
some one uitc outside of the ring of the min
' isters, and is lieing led nlxmt by the power of
the moneybags and by those who arc trencher
oully Inclined, a situation which the patriot
and one jealous of his country's honor can not
stomach, and can "be tolerated only by those
who have smirched their hearts with black
treachery and by those who have sold their
civil rights for personal gain.
To lie sure, the ministry can strike hands
with jiersons outside, and can associate with
them, as it were, check by jowl, but when it
comes to their managing affairs under this
cloik, we, as real llawaiiins, can close our
ejes and look calmly on, because the country
and the government do not belong to them but
to the whole nation. There are constantly
reaching our cars report, and indignation is
constantly expressed at the misdeeds of the
Cabinet, regarding large money transactions,
alleging that their first inquiry is as to the
wishes of those who have no interest in and no
love for this race.
That the ministers should rest content with
the title of their office, and that the manage
ment and direction of affairs should be by some
one else, is reason enough for the entrance of
jealousy. Is this the sort of cabinet the nation
can have confidence in ? Will the country and
the race be saved by this sort of management?
No, no, never 1
Tor the good of the Hawaiian iicoplc, for the
stability of the throne, through our jealousy of
the good name of our government, and to unite
all the hearts that yearn over the nation, we
entreat the appointing power to put out this
set of ministers from the places they have filled
so imquitously, ami our etition is amply sec
onded, for "The voice of the people is the
Contemptuous expressions w ere made on the
steamship wharf, on the night of Tuesday, last
week, when the Ambassador to Japan was
about to leave. Such as these: " Why do they
send such a dunce?" "The government
treasury is quite drained." "The Hawaiian
government has no monc) left," and many
others or this kind.
North Kohala, Sept. 28, 18S2.
To thtritmis of one color, Ihe brothers Ka
iiixiimi; OR EAT LOVE 10 You itoni : I suffer the
pain of a love that has no hands to save, on
account of the treacherous action of the Legis
lature in its late session, and on account of the
present misrule ami evil designs of the minis.
tcrs Gibson and Hush, lly the mere use of
...... o vj.a, y wic cacicim: oi uie common
sense Hod has i?iven 10 man. nm- n c... thni
these two men are not fit to be captains of the
ship of state. They arc hoisting more sails than
the small croft can stand, and though they sec
til. mlnnl n.ln -f n 1. ....... .? 1 lt.fi
. ""-' b"" wi a IH..W)- iiuiiunai ueui is uc
gmninc to blow, and the storm nf n million
dollar loan is gathering, and the whirlwind of
an Inflated appropriation bill, passed by an
over indulgent legislature, is rushing on, and
though a tremendous sea is kickiug up at the
alienation of the government of Hawaii into
the hands of the man of money, j et at such
a time as mis uicse two men snout to tlie sail
ors to clan on more sail.
If that is the way these captains manage
when the ship is in such straits, is it good sea
manship? No, no, by Heavens, no 1 How
.mom we passengers on tlie ship ; ir, lwrliaps,
sonic of them know how In nuinarw ih- rmfi
shall thev- simply stand and look on at such
follj ? Not sqj stand up fellow -passengers on
this ship of state, von who mr.- for il... ra,n
of the ship, and arc jealous for the interests of
wc owner; scire the helm; look to the coin
mss; man the ropes; trim the sails; look
sharp after the cargo; knil a hand; nut out
these ignorant seamen at once. Don't stand
and look-on ; don't wait until the ship has
capsized, or run ashore and broken up and
dashed to pieces, and then sicic the vessel.
. nj.1 nuuiu inuccu oc a lony tor us to commit,
and then we should have trouble enough,
weeping, mournino and lwailim ih ,im,i.
Let us at once ctilion and inieach these
mmutvit 111 me name 01 our king, because the
nation has no confidence in this cabinets,
management of the government.
Keen at work. O vl- t.iwnlmii limit.. .. 1 r,,.
the good of our mother land, as the old song
"''!" lilt we leach ihe ocean,
In unu rises from th mjn"
-The tieople here in Kohala creatlv icsrx-ct
your newspaper. I hear that some people of
"" "K""t " iorwhing inc twit VMou and
1 am one oi Mem. Yours truly,
M. N. Koiiala,
Jto.tinj, Oct. 7, i&Sj.
I. One of the mmmnti tOTi.t- 1..... r .... .
1 II. iV f'Wj-1, twit liciiucill
lv read the gushing words of him, who in the
-.i.t ,iciuicr, cttit, continually proclaims
and forever reiterate his love for the native
Hawaiians. Hut niw t .... in t,t. .....: . t
In his management of the Government, that
.... '.urai ..uii.im.1 ii scry miieicnt Irom wliat
t once was. Now we see hi bitter and dis.
.So, also, with his fellow In the ministry, the
,""" "wiiiuiure. i ic is useu to looking con
tinual y at types in the printing office and Is
Uouliticsj familiar with that business. Hut in
his conduct towards the brothers KawalnuL he
has display! the extreme of folly.
It seems to me that the two men are only
JOOklllP out filr l)iir nut. n... ..l.l.-.t. t '
entirely neglecting the oi calabash ami the
'"! ui tut: common people. Mow
strange 1 With their mouths they say lov e. lov e.
lovet love tu Hit. rt. -.l ... .c. '.
I . . - i tllK WII1UIVH1
JHople j but, , i, u only with their mouthsl
and those words are but a noisy wind. Fur
thermore, I am of the opinion that the acts of
these two cabinet officers are sery foolish acts
and It is just that they should be put out of
Ant I mlvtalfn In tlftn. il.i u .,..?.
of the worthy common people of this city lave
no confiilencc in these two men? No, I am
ivs ...i.iaKvu. nii men it mains to lie ilone?
Let us, O niy fellow common people declare
openly, feailcsslt, and without shrinking, our
iacw oi commence in these two men.
AtttiiM, Oct. 7, KiSi,
If the reports are true which are made con
ceruing the doings on the whaif duriiui the
evening In which the ambassador to Japan and
his secretary took their denartur. it is cuts
for every Hawaiian to feel ashamed, of hhauM
and of his go eminent. It would seem u if
some of out government officials desire to di
giace the name of the Hawaiian jace and to
cause the (jov eminent to seeujile in Ux cy
of all men. It is reported that these persons
were drunk and were fighting on the wharf as
welt as on the deck of the ship. They made
a laughing-stock and were hooted at by the
crowds that surrounded them, as well as by
the strangers from a foreign land. Such, for
sooth, Is the honor which our beloved country
receives from some occupying high stations In
this land. The honor of the rum-shop and of
a crowd of wrangling hoodlum on our street
corners. Alas for Hawaii, In the hands of
those who play the fool and guide her astray 1
A'ueUa, Oct. 7, 8S.
OHAS. J. rilHEI
Just received per steamer Sutt, 36 caves of new goods I
The finest assortment of MIXINERY ""
shown in this Kingdom. These goods are not
bought from ony 3rd or 4th house, but
come direct from the manufacturers.
All these goods are the the latest
FALL AND. WINTER STYLES,
Come and look at otir Koodl, and you are surely tempt'
ed to buy.
WO HTM SKKlXai
A full line of ZINC TRUNKS, ill sbej.
A full lux of HOSIERY,
A full line of Cent's nut SHIRTS.
A full line of Cent's BROADCLOTH Suin, bUjk.
A full line of Gent's toft and nil felt HATS,
I the LeJin( Millinery House,
CIIAS. J. riSHEL,
Comet uf Fort sad Hotel Stints
Vl UI SV- ASJ- vv 1st AIIU1BU ACUiUHTS Mm
asr'pf,T ... .reer
' Jt)TMH t.mmiine, y. m. u a;
MIOS. O. THRUM,
Tint urcsirr, tx latf arrivals,
or smn.rtoNS im
CRACKLED Gt-XSS VASES,
Windsor 9t rtowton'a
FINE LEATHER ft PLUSH 11AOS, Utevtst)les,
PURSES, CARD CASES, MUSIC ROLLS,
INKSTANDS, GLASS PAPER WEIGHTS,
CUT PAPER PATTERNS,
A full assortment of latest st)les to be followed with
regular supplies each month.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
A fine assortment of latest novelties in
NAPKINS, Ac., Ac
The lej500di are opened st the FORT STREET
a sunn, t,iireert mock; and are placeu at the
lowevt figures for the encouragement of Iluvers.
ISolh the FORT AND MERCHANT
STREET STORES will lie conducted
on as liberal a basis to the public
as possible, commensurate with
in alt cases.
Correspondence respectfully solicited and Orders
faithfully attended lo. T. G. T. takes pleasure
in announcing the selection of the largest
and finest stock of MISCELLANE-
OUS and PRESENIA1ION
Art and Fancy Goods,
For the Fall Trade, due notice of uhich will be Riven
on receipt of Eastern Invoices. Alo having been
appointed Agent for the
American Tract Society's
A full stock of their desirable HOOKS, I1IHLKS and
1 r.3 1 am bn 1 a win te kept on ttantl, ana a liberal
allowance made to Sunday Schools and Teachers
from Li-t Prices. 4?-3m
BREWER & Co.
Honolulu, H. 1.
Offer for sale the cargo of the Martha Dan's, 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 Excelsior, Nests
of Trunks, Second-hand
Safes In good order
and at extremely
FRASER'S AXLE GREASE,
A Choice selection of
Banket Tops, Jifertnl stylo.
Cut Under Cun-jitiUx,
lirimiull Top lliiiyles,
Also, per bark EJvarJ Majr,
Cases Yellow Metal, 18, ao, 32, 34 ounces,
Kegs of Composition Nails,
and Ox Carts.
All of the above arooda sir in an wral.
lent condition, and will be sold low to
A STOR HOUSE PARLORS.
ASTOR HOUSE DINING AND
Numbr 7 tad ;l Hotel Street.
Uoo iv Tin Day, Wsstc, 01 Tiaksukt
itdbardi. rf.irv rijMiM n.l T.1..N- C.l. VL'...
ud ethei ld duils. Meals served in '
AT ALL HOVRS,
HART BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS.
HMr ). Hatr.
U-LIS A. Hr.
gMPLOVMENT BUREAU, V. U. C. A.
HokOlGU'. II. I .
4U rvAMriazsSi.""' -"
Of at aoruf lite oclur IkUnJi in il. .,.... t. ...
iBHsfaMA &fll tkLkS a bI. AL..f-.-
'O thbIadies of
A NUMBER Of SELECT LADIES' AND
HAVE BEEN RECEIVED AT
MRS. A. MELLIS'
Which will be
September 2, 1882,
AT HER DRESSMAKING ESTABLISHMENT,
104 Fort Street.
SOMETHING NEW I
J. WILLIAMS & Co.,
Having purchased ihe Photograph Gallery of Mr, M.
Dickson, will continue the business at the olditand.
1 1NCKKASKI) FAC1LIIILS ami em
ploying KIRST.CLASS ARIIS1S, e
that! endeavor to maintain.ttie prestige
of the old and popular Gallery,
and to merit a liberal patron
age by fair dealing and
Superior Work. 4
GIVEN TO CHILDREN,
We are prepared to do all kinds of work from Minia
ture to life siie cither in
COLORED, &&, &c
Tlie only Gallery in Honolulu, vthichMias a complete
In addition to those purchased of Mr. Dicltton, awe
hate the entire collection of VIEWS and I'ortraW
Negatives made by Mr. Chase, thus enabling
uf to offer the greatest variety in wews,
AND LAVA FLOW VIEWS,
Alio, a fcupply of Hawaiian and South Sea liiand cur
iosities, Y era. Shells, &c. A fine Hock of rames.
Mats, and I'AS&epartouls constantly on hand.
Charges Jteaiotmbl ! Sat It 'net ton
Give us call. J. WillUms & Co.
4-ir Number 10a and 104 Fort Street.
A LDRIDGB ft HAYBALL.
Builder knd Contractor!; Plan and
WILL GO TO THE OTHER ISLANDS.
Estimates given on all wotk conntcttd with" th
Dridgc work, stone and brick work, sugar mUls and
other works erected.
BUpairUc of old WUdUajfj prwrnpUj
Ituildings put up on the Instalment plan.
FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED AT BED
ROCK PRICES I
URS. THOS. LACK,
KcKji For bramrr, Honoliiu. II, L,
Importer and Dealer U
And Genuine TARTS. ATrACHMENTS, OIL AND
Acteuurie. Agent fur Ihe Will IE and Ih4
LIGHT-RUNNING NEW HOME
Machine, Howard's MacUnc
Ncedlee, all kinds.
Conictlli Sdk In all colors and buea, liartouti . Uneo
ITueaJ, Clark'. O. N. T. Machine Cmioh,
Agent for Ma Dccoorcu'a
Reliable Cut Paper Pattern,
And puUkaUtacu. 0alcr la
Mei'virer, Ohhm and
Sisot, Poder. Caps and Meealsc CartrUjei. KerowM
atea, in an sue, tnar.au tale uf nut. uaar
tobacco, etc. hi noma we lar
THEO. II. DAVIES & Co,
AGENTS FOR THE
Offer for sale from Ihe cargoes of the Ohrron and
other recenl vessel, the
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING:
Prints of latest stales fiut colors Illue Demmi, white
Cordon Sheeting, Horrock's Lone Cloth),
Drown Linen Drills, pure Linens, ,
Blue niid White Check T-ittmloi,
Fancy Dress Goods,
Fanty Plaitls, Ruuia Crah, Scarfs, Ties, Cravats,
Crochets and Fancy Vork, I-aJieV ITose,
Men's White and Drown Cotton Half'
Hose, (Men's Heady-made
Clothing, India Rubber
Regatta and Woolen Shlrti.
Blue and Grey Horse Hlankets, White Cotton DlanVets
all colon, sies and weights Woolen and
Velvet and Tapestry Carpeting?,
Carpets and Rugs.
SUGAR BAGS, 20x36
Coal Bags, large and small,
Prime quality, heavy and lightf Hurlapt, Twine,
Galvanised Corrugated Roofing.
in 6, 7, 8. and 9 feet lengths, (34 gauge) screws and
washers to match. Fence Wire, nos. 5, 6, 7,
Flnh l'liitm, IIoIIm anil .Viffcr romprle, yirr
llrtehn, Ft re Clan,
iriilllnu, Cluilh, Ttllow Ochre,
A full assortment of GENTS' SADDLES
also a few very nice Ladies' Saddles,
Saddle Cloths, Bridles, etc.,
3, S nd 7 jards length,
Liverpool SaltP Rock Salt, Demijohns, I,
2, 3, 4 and 5 gallons each, Galvanized
Buckets, Tubs, Basins, etc., Iron
Bedsteads, Crockery, Zincs,
Paints and Boiled Oils,
from 3 to 10 inches,
superior, Topsail Chains,
"Admiralty Test," sizes ,
Hi 7-i6i 'A 'nch, Floor oilcloths,
ALES, WINES AND LIQUORS,
"Pig Brand" Stout, In pints and quarts,
Guinness- Stout, Belfast Ginger Ale,
Blood & Wolfe's Ale, pints and quarts,
Bass' Ale In pints and quarts,
India Pale Ala 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 fine Clarets In
Best Sherry In bulk and cases,
Champagne In quarts and pints,
Powell Duflryn Steam Coal.
T M. OAT Jr., & Co.,'
Honolulu, It. I.,
WouU taVe this method of Informing the inhabitants o
Honolulu, and the other islands that
they have opened a
Stationery and Newt Depot In the New
Hawaiian Gaxette Block, No. as Mer
chant Street, where the are prepared
Ink and Mucilage,
In (juarts, pints, half-pints, and cones.
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
Cap, Envelope, Papetcrici, etc., etc.
Onltrt taken fur any prrtotllettl or nrira
paper that miii u 6 iletlrril.
IVouijx attention will U glienlathe Mailing
of f apers lo subscribers on any of Ihe utter
itland; aUu, agebU for the
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Orders fje rUd Rubber Stamps received ax4 promptly
THE COI.ONNADKI I HAVE THE J-LEAS-ur
of announcing thai I have opened a new
Restaurant, at ; Mauoaaea ttf eel, near the I ish
Market, and am prepared lo furnish a Fimt-class
llrcakfa, Dinner, Supper, or Lunch, In all to ho favor
sne mu)t a call, at 1 intend the Hill of Fare of Ike Colon
nade to include all thai she market aflurdt, I an my
own chief cook, and can guarantee, that those who
iie lu acall vill beuluxd nh lU foud and ser.
vwa. Baud 4.a week; Siagb, Meals aacta.
Aloays on hand " Oiager Vuv" on Ice. WILLIAM
tl. MASON, late chief cook at the "Old Corner, io
TJAWAIIAN JERKS 1
footaiouig ir, apada at . aaet ta.e each.
ran sets coeiauung tt of ihe smaller and rarer species
WeWf and faaa each. Orders frees abroad sbuu in
dissUNeUete.aaa4)sca, resciectively per set.
I.lish -en Kneaiany all ordcrv can U la U. &. cur-
aaacr. sab at TMO& C. THRUM'S ftm auew
-VASTUS A COOKE,
ItOSOLUIV, II I ,
Would call attention to their Large and
Titled Stock of
Confiding of the unrivalled Paris Steel
The Moline Steel IlreaVers, ami Furrowing Plow, Mo
line Steel Plows all sires Planet, Jr , Culti
vators, t)!rt Scrapers .
John Deft re's Gaug Plowi,
Planters' Hoes of the test maVes,
DISSTONS CKLEHKAIEI) CANK KNIVES,
made to order, Aine,' Shovels and Spade,
Garden Hoe., Canal Harrows, Ox
IJowi, 4Volef, Chains, Fence
Sugar Milt Requirements!
SUGAR BAGS. SUOAR KEGS.
Sperm Oil, C Under, Lard
and Kerosene Oil, Perfect
Lubricators, Plumbago, Al
bany Grease, Diuton's and
S. and J, Files, all Mies and
kinds. Steam Packing. I- lat
and Kound India Rubber,
AsbcMos and Soap Stone,
Flax Packing, India Rub
ber Hose, )i to inch. Pipes
and Couplings, Nuts and
Washers, finished, Machine
I tolls, all siies, Cold pressed
Illactcsmith's, Engineer's and
Carpenter's Hammers, Pine
Cutlers, Winches, 8 incn to
34 inch. Anvils, Vices, Tube
Scraper Grmdt6nes, Ilest
American Har Iron and Tool
Steel, Builders' Hardware,
all kinds and stjles. Hub
buck's Paints and Oils, raw
and boiled. Small Paints In
Oil, in large variety. Dry
Paints, umber, Venetian,
Red, Ochres, Metallic, ftc.
Whiting, German Window
ast'td, sizes, Manila Rope
No. t and 1 Flour, No. 1 and a Rice,
Crushed Sugar, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon, Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory,
Pure English Spices. Condensed Milk,
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES;-The Val
ac Kerovr Oli, McjiIoh' tVn
trt'uffat Unlnyst 14 Inch. lUtbher
Sprtitfi and Vanvan Jtrake just at
hand.Blake Steam Pump Valves, Pack
Ing. &c, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating-& Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent .Centrifugals Complete,
ALSO OH CONSIGNMENT
California Hay, Barley, Potatoes. Barrels
Salmon, Hams, Asbestos Mixture for Boilers t
and Steam Pipes, ery cheap, Fence Wire
and Staples, Galvanized Roofing,
Wilcox and Gibb's Automatic; Singer Manufacturing
Company, Assorted: Remington Company, Family;
Wilson Machines, the best assortment to be found,
and at Bottom lYices.
New Goods by every arrival from England, New
York and San Francisco.
1 Nw Traction Eaclaa, 8-kors pwar(
Orders from the other Islands filled at nest Rates and
GENERAL BUSINESS INFORMATION)
J. E. WISEMAN,
Real Estate Broker,
OaTara tka foUowtac aoheMlula t
llKAUTIKUI. COTTAGE one of the most beauil.
ful cotuges on Fort street, to rent. House contains
su rooms, cam, etc., stable, ample grounds, shade
trees, etc. Rent Ho a month.
A IIEAUTIFUL COUNTRY HOME to lease, ai
Paawaa Vallev. half mila from Post Office, situaie
on the main road (lunchbowl street House contains
7 rooms, situate on an acr of ground, lsrge roomy
liable, wun 4 sians, nay 1011 anu an consenicnces.
Chicken ard latticed neatly, fencing all around; good
pasturage ; water on the premiiee.
Rental on lease, $jy a yea.
COTTAGE on Klnr sttctt-comfortaMe, and neatly
located, adjoining James I, Dowsett's residence, cor)
tains 3 rooms, bath, Hater, neat grounds.
Rental Sao a month.
COTTAOE onLUlha street-near King strecf. con.
lains j rooms, cellar, stable, carriage housepaddock,
garden and neat grounds.
J jo rent a month.
A PLEASANT HOMES! EAD.ai Kahlhl. s miles
from town , Ample grounds, suitable for dairy pur
posr, good irrigation. "
Lease, joo a year.
A COMFORTABLE RESIDENCE on the Waikiki
road, 1 i-a miles from town. House has 3 rooms,
with all modern improvements, stable, chicken house
Rental y a year.
SMALL CO IT ACE on Judd street, adloininz foe.
mer residence of Gen, J, M. Comly. House oonuvins
4 rooms, stable, cnicten house, etc;, situate on H
acre ground. Lease of I earelo sell for $403, tjr
bulldinile lo belong 10 the purchaser.
Rent of land $ a year,
A mnt-rlavaa IaiTeastiaatt.
COTTAGE to REN Tand FURNITURE for SALE
in a small 5 room cottage on Queen street, near
)unchuow street. Furniture sen for Isuo.
Cottage rents for Sta per month.
TWO HOUSES to RENT ad FURNITURE for
SALE, on Alakea street. Huth houses situate on
deep lot. r urmturc to sell cheap.
Rental $j a month
FINE HUILDINO SITE lo SEI L-suuate on Nuu
anu street, aUnv first bridge. Lot TtsttA.
SOME sj ACRES on the Valley road, above the ice
works. To lease ocaell,
UEAIITIFUt. RESIDENCE, with aU coot eniences,
at KLahi, suuate on a a-axre Lt, with I acres adjoo.
ing, Good pasiurag, splendid Irrigation, etc Will
lease at once.
J'nrte vf kvu la rl In all teetlom
Honolulu untl QHltkirtt) Money In limn
h rlaf-rfoae teeurlly ; lltHtrut ogiee ut
lufu IruHMrOti; legal jmparm tfratrte
!, riMirrin,, eer.
OFFICE, sr Merchant tt
T1TAILUKU POI PACTORY,
WaiLUKi-, Mali, H. I.,
Ileal OuuUly 0 ratal Manufacture Can
iaatlu. All orders filled with dispatch.
at. H. BaUey.
XTOTICE, During ray leraporary aoeeoce from the
l Kiftfdotn, ray IIAItNES SHOP will U car
tied ou by leTTjNO. JOHNSON,
W, A. UcKAV.wiil attenj to the delivery of lea
frouitbe ARTESIAN ICEWOKKS luid le collictLti
too-jt W. E. FOSTER.
WMOLMALR AND RtTAll
ml manufactuier of AKRATF.U WATERS.
Importers ami Dealer In
Qannlna Patent MtwMcInna,
Fancy and Tollat Artlole.
Sole AitMUor the Celebrated
TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES
HclfuHt Ghtffev Ale,
Stt i'srtjia villa.
59 Nuuanu St, and Corner Fori and Merchant St.,
HONOLULU, II. ro8
O. HALL, & SON,
woild call'atiemtion to
Their stlendiu assoetsiknt of Ooom,
Twenty different iifes and Mndi,
IU1U Steel Plows, cutting from 5( to 14 inches, IUU's
14 ana 15 men Kreatcers. 14 men iuia yueeni,
Sub-oiI Plows, llall'ft Furrow Pows, Side Hill
Plowsio, iand 14 inches, 16-inch Sulky
Plows, made sfiecUUy for Hamakua
Plantations, No. a liucke)eMow
ers, Plow handles, extra points
and beams for all plows
that wc keep.
of all Minis,
MECHANICS' TOOLS, SHELF HARDWARE
all kinds NAILS and SPIKES, all kinds and
sires, REED 8. HARrONS CEL
In great variety and in
VERY BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS.
STOVES AND RANGES
of many kinds and sires.
Wa male a apaolalty of
And having oserts.ooo lbs of HUHIIUChVS WHITE
LEAD and ZINC of different qualities, besides
a full line of all DRV PAINTS wanted, and
over 20,000 gallons of HURIIUCK'b best
pale ROILED LINSEED OIL, we
can sell at the lowest figures. Ov
er 9,000 gallons of
BEST LUBRICATING OILS,
by the barrel, cave or gallon MASURV'S HOUSE
ami i-UAl.ll L.UL.UKS, the best American
Paints known. We have now ihe
Largaat (took of
th Eait and France, tver offered
to this Market.
PUMPS, BOLTS, PACKING
Uul we will not attempt lo enumerate e)y more of the
thousand and one articles that we keep, at II would
cover niorc lluui a whole page of the " Priss.""
We cordially Invite our friends and customers la call
and eiamlne our splendid slock of goods for themselves
anu iney win oe convtnecu 01 wnai we say, it-o,r
"IAM- WENNER a Co.,
oa Fokt Sihst, lloaoi.lLU,.l ,
Have re-opened at the old stand wilh a new
and carefully selected slock of
And Clock, ail kind.,
Gold Chaicus suul Cuanse
SImti 1-ttooa, Stud, fee.
Ladiet would do well lo call and aaaintna our slock 0
llraceUts, Uroutlics, (aickess, Earrings, etc.,
which were especially selected with a
view lo suit the market,
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Mad 10 order.
The repairing branch of osir business we regard at an
upwat,, twv, uu ti joue eiueuuea 10 ut will
be eseculed la a tttannet second to none.
Of every description don ta order. Particular alien-
iraniaaiwiiunuaiis work rrora im inner
IsUndv While thanking th public fur past
favors, we return 10 hop thai our long es.
peiieucs In thee I slaada will coal4e us
to obtain a fair share of pnroriege
in the future.
itultk Maiea aael eraaM a-raKa,""
Is our aacato, aod w shall keep la sviclt cteryartlcl in
" m "'- S1
CiYcAuif NOT,CE W- iiAM
w, a drajaa aad eaaseat baajpaM kjSSf
To our fbrmar (took, k Kalakana,
Sue, and City of Sydney
and mr iroere,
Cordage, Hemp, Manila, Cotton Duck, Flat Canvts,
1 1 Sail Twine, Itetswit, niocks, Oars ( to 4
llj snsckiee, bales or uaknm, noons ami
ThlmWes, dub Itlocks, Snatch lltecke.
Iron Si ran IttocVs, Rowlocks, Mast
Brads, Mttaline and patent Rush.
Inex Sheaves, (assorted sires)
Stockholm Tar, Pitch,
Bright Varalak, Black Varnlek,
Wire Riggini;, Marline, Seinng Houseing, Ratlin, Spun,
yarn, t-mitkinir Irons, Copper Tacke, Iron Tacke,
Mallets, Matt Hoops, Hand epilifs. Pitch
Mops, Tar llrushes PACII IC RUII
lll.R PAIN I, a new lot Includ
ing all the various colors,
Valuta ami Paint Otis,
ALL KIND) AND COLORS,
r full nswttment of I1RUSIIF.S Pain!-, Varnish,
Pencil-, Vhitewash-,Pastet Artist-, Scrub-, Shoe-,
and Sash llrushes a good assortment
and shingling), SHIP LANTr.RNS
and Side Lights, (regulation
A full assortment of fine groceries. Including some
CHOICE VARIETIES of CANNED OOODS-
Table Pie Fruits, Jams and Jellies, (a new ar
tide put up by a new firm, which we can
highly recommend at being something
really nice), a new lot of Teas lo
eluding some superior Japan
varieties. Sugar, (raw and
refined), 11am, Dacon,
Smoked licef, in Thin,
(a new article). CURRIED FOWL, Curried OVS-
ir.tta, rt,u.vi 1 uui.iimi'', kits 01 aaimon
llellies, kilt Mackerel, kits longues, Sounds
etc, Codfish, Cheese, Oxford Sausage, in
tins Raisins in $, H and )i botes.
Raisins in tins. Currants in 4 and
7 lb. tins. Pickles In ., s-, 4
quarts, t to J gallon kegs,
Corn Starch, ,
Tapioca, Vormloalll, Macaroni,
Dried Apples Trunes, Plums, Peaches, Pears
Flour, JProviHtonn, Bread,
Golden Gate Extra Family-, Eldorado-, Golden City-,
Graham , Oat-, and Corn Meal, Medium Bread,
Crackers, (an assortment). Ginger Snaps,
Taffy, Saloon Pilot Ilread, Soda ItiVuits,
RICE and COFFEE, Whale
and Sperm Oil, Sperm
Candles, (t's and 6's.)
All of the above will be SOLD at the REST MAR
KET RAT ES.
iariluert are respectfully Invited tocall and exam
ine our stock.
BOLLES ft Co.
CONTRACTOR and HUILDER,
STEAM VIjAKJKG MILLS,
Manufacture all kinds of
and Doors ;
and all idsds of wood-work finish.
Turalne;, acroll, and band aawlng.
All kinds of Planing and Sawing, Mortising, and Ten
ORDERS PROMITLY ATTENDED 10 AND
Orders from Ihe oilier Idsndt solicited. 106 qr
TNO, O. FOWLER ft Co.,
are jirrjKti-rif to fit nil 11 flam nriii Jfofl-
tnatet for Steel
With or without Cars and Locomotives. Specially
ADAPTED FOR SUGAR PLANTATIONS.
Permanent Railways, and Locomotives and cars, Trac
lion Engines and Road Locomotives, Steam
Ploughing and Cultlsating Machinery, Port.
able Engines for all, purposes, Winding
Engines lor Inclines
Catalogues with illustrations. Model and Photographs
of the above Plaint and Machinery may be teen at ihe
offices of the undersigned. W, L. GREEN and O. W
MACFARLANE ft CO f AP for Jna Fowlfr 4 Co.
Steamer Likelike will leave Honolulu each Tuesday
at ir.il,, touching at Uhaina, Maalaea Ray, Makena,
Maliukona, Kawaihac, Launahceltoe and lido.
Returning will touch ai all the above ports arriving ,
at Honolulu each Sunday a. M
'"5 WILDER & Co.
Late with Chung Hoi, it Nuuanu Si.,
stiS0" !,mo,,Td ? No- Nuuanu Sl!el,
Where he Is showing a uew and splendid as
Wutche Clock anil Jewelry.
of every description at exceedingly low prices Ladies'
iiUacklEts LOCKER kaVrino
O'n'MIIKT STUDS S.LtEv
AUTTONS, etc. My stock
U worth Inspecting.
Watches and Clocks.
Pricei Lew j Quality Good Orders from the other Is
land promptly attended to. Goods prmptly
KM by every u earner. )e
'pHE CERMANIA MARKET.
llonoiiav, 11, 1.
MtSEF, VEAL, MVTTOX, LAMM,
rouitry ami Flh
fir.tai' &&'.'... -
-- --. . -v www, uerinaa nauwgee,
etc, always oq hand. Our meals are all est and out
"'iS ifjl "'U' AU"W'WullyallendJ.
Sri TV ,, t-rsus iiwc-iiy. Dnop cm noiel
strci. Utnen Union end Fwi blreets
eym naupu scarader. frooriesots.
1 ' '" "f ' ' ' I II T I IBPII I,
NGINE FOR SALE. ONE NEWjo-HOkSe
4 Power Eogvoe, in perfect order. For sal by
C BREWER ft CO.
have Just rccetred an Invoice of
atao a rut ten- or
INCH HUVSTIAN W.Vtm. fa CeasW-
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