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VOLUME III, NUMBER 8.
HONOLULU, H. 1., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1882.
WHOLE NUMBER 112.
TFI Jij HVV IUPPIIWA -WJWB-JWVWV-t-
A Newspaper Published Weekly.
RLnHrwRinHM 15.00 1 urn, n .duxf.
$6 50 to $7-50, according" to their destination.
Subscribers and Advertisers will please address
TIIOS. O. THRUM, Publisher and Proprietor.
R. C. DAKE Is the only authorised a rent for
the "PRESS" In San Francisco.
Publication office Is at Kaahumanu street ; Ed
itorial rooms at 6 Merchant street.
(Written at the request of the Mautuans, for the nine,
ternth centenary of Virgil's death.
y Al.rron tknnyson.
KnwAN, Viroh , thmi th.it sinsrst
Won lofty temples rolied in fire,
than falling, Rome arising.
Wars, and filial faith, And Dido's pyre t
l..ndscaie.lover, lord of tangoace
More than he that ang the Works and l),
All the chosen coin of fancy
Flashing out from many a golden phrase
Thou that slngest wheat and woodland,
Tilth and tines ard, hlse and horse and herd ',
All the charm of all the .Muses
Often flowering in a lonely word!
Poet of the happy Tityru
Piping underneath his beechen linwers;
Poet of the poet-ftutsr
Whom the laughing shepherd Imund with flower;
Chantrrof the 1'ollio, glorying
In the blissful )ears again to lie,
Summers nf the snakeles meadow,
Unlaburiou earth and oar'es sea ;
'Ihou that seest Universal
Nature moted by Universal Mind:
'lliough majestic in thy sadness
At thy doubtful doom of human kind ;
Light among the vanlsh'd ages;
Mar that gildest vet thispliantom shore;
(iolden branch amid the shadows.
Kings and realms that pass to rise no more ;
Now thy Porum roars no longer,
Fallen es-ery purple Ca-sar 's dome
T1io thine ocean roll of rhythm
Sound forever of Imperial Rome
Now the Rome of slaves hath perish'd,
And the Rome of freemen holds her plare,
I, from out the Northern Island
Sundrr'd once from all the human race,
I salute thee, .Manlovano,
that losed thee since my day begun,
Wieldrr of the stateliest measure
F.ver molded by the lips of man.
Xinttttntn Cttitmry for September.
REMINISCENCES OF HONOLULU.
The more important measures. iasscil liy llic
"loni- parliament" of 1854, were as follows:
Confirming the Charter to the Hawaiian
Steam Navigation Company; To regulate the
Kctail of Intoxicants in Honolulu; To remove
all Disabilities of Aliens by reason of not ob
taining Certificates of Nationality; To further
remove the Disabilities of Aliens to acquire
anil convey lands in Fee Simple; To proile
Foreign Juricsin the 3rd and 41I1 Judicial Dis
tricts; Tor the Kncouragement and Support
of English Schools To repeal the Law relat
ing to the King's Chamberlain ; Relating to
the improvement and disposition of the Hono
lulu Water I-ots (esplanade); To make Vac
cination compulsory; To almlish Tonnage
Dues; To establish Mail Routes and employ
Carriers; To create a Court of Prok-itc and
Divorce) A joint Resolution authorising the
Minister of the Interior to procure an Estimate
of the probable Cost ofsupplsiug the town of
Honolulu ssith Water from N'uuanu Valley.
The Appropriation Itill f3r the )car footed up
the sum of $431,430.46 a most extravagant
figure, it was thought.
On the 29th of September the steamer Ala
mai (S, II. Wheeler) went to sea for the last
time. She started for Lahaina, having on
lioard Imtw ecu four and lite hundred passen
gers and nineteen horses. Among the passen
gers were the Prince Alexander and Lot, and
a large number of well known Honolulu resi
dents. When she left her guards were under
water, and apprehensions ere expressed that
she would meet with some disaster. With
calm weather she might have made the passage
to Lahaina in safety; but almut 10 o'clock at
night she was struck by a heavy squall, a heavy
sea arose, and she sprung a leak. She was
fortunately got about and kept afloat into the
harlxir, much to the relief of her passengers,
who were justly alarmed from the fear thit the
water was over ankle deep on her cabin llooi.
This was the last trip of the Akamai, she hav
ing liecn condemned as unseaw-orlhy and event
ually broken up.
Sept. 12, arris hd Ihe U. S. sloop of war
Portsmouth, Capt. Dorniu;and on the 22nd
His Netherlands Majesty's frigate Pn'iue FrtJ
ttiri, 36 guns, Commander Colonel A. C. Van
llraam Houckgeest. She was tn reute for
Japan. Oct, 17, arrives! U. S. SusjiuManna,
Commander lluchaiian, and on the 33rd, the
Missiiiipfi, both from Japan, The latter had
been Commodore Perry's flag-ship, he having
gone home, ia Ceylon and Suez.
Eatly in Oct., 1S54, he Hawaiian Steam
Navigation Comuny, after endeavoring for a
long time to carry out their contract with the
little Akamai, put on the steamers Sta llirj
and Wat Point in the inter-island trade,
These, however, like the fust named, were side
wheel Ixiats, ran at large expense, and although
they were well patroniicd the business was not
a financial success, as was prosed by the fact
llut it did not permanently continue.
It was in October that Messrs. Swan and
Clifford built an Ice House at the foot of
Maunakea street, for the sale of a cargo of ice
Imported by them from Sitka, ex litig JVVcVr,
In November the first steps were taken at a
public meeting for the establishment of a "Sail,
ins' Home." Prominent in the movement
were Kev. S. C. Damon, Hon. S. N. Castle,
Hon, O. M. Robertson, J. T, Watethouse,
Re A. Armstrong, and Captains Walker,
Elliot and Neil. The outcome of this was the
election of the building which stands 011 the
corner of Merchant and Bethel streets. At the
date mentioned there were over one hundred
foreign ecls in the harbor of Honolulu,
It may lie interesting to note bete, that the
the lot on which the Home stands was donated
by the King in Plivy Council, by the follow
"RtstitvJ, That ,he lit.oii for a lot of
land for a Sailors Home lie granted, provided
it shall be a rule established in such Home,
and strictly enforced, that no intoxicating
liquor shall be drank on the premises) no
woman of lewd cluractcr admitted ; no gam
bling allowed) nor any dUonJer tolerated.
This resolution shall not be binding on the
King's Cowinment unless the sum of $5000
le raised by subxriiption for the Mirpo-e afore
said, within 6 months and on the further con
dition that such Sailors' Home shall be equally
available to the tailors of all nations, including
those of this Kingdom, and when said lot
ceases to be used for the purpose of a Sailor's
Home, the same shall leveit to the Govern,
lly order of the I'livy Council, Nov, JO, 1854.
Lorxin Anurkws, Sec'iy.
DcCsHnbcr IS, KJ4, died Kamcrumclu HI,
aajed forty-one years and nine months. He
haul bessn in failing health for a ) eat previously,
Ink im wiiouJy iil only five or six days. At
h IvosM of bwi h aiwovwcemcnt was Battle
if tovwissjf Us Koy-al Sundni to UKbuh
and the firing of minute guns. Iirgc numliers
of people assembled near the Palace, who tes
tified their grief at the loss of the good King
by loud and heartfelt wailing. At half-past 12
Gov, Kekuanaoa, escorted by n detachment of
guards, caused the Proclamation of tlie new
King to be read at the corners of the principal
streets. Alexander Liholiho, as Kamchameha
IV was King. He came to the throne by the
will of the late King, antl by appointment and
proclamation of the King and Noble,, The
funeral of Kauikeaouli was set for December
30th, but continuous storms dined its xt
xinemcnt until the loth of January, 1855.
On the 2nd of December, Judge Lcc ad
dressed the King a letter in which he tendered
his resignation of the office of Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court. His health, never robust,
had been falling nf late, before the advance of
that fell disease consumption, to which he
eventually succumbed. A joint letter from the
Cabinet requested that the King would not ac
cept Judge Lee's resignation. A resolution to
the same effect was passed by the Privy Coun
cil; and the members of Ihe ll.tr of the Su
preme Court, consisting of Messrs. Hales, Mont
gomery, Harris, lllair, Robertson, Chamber
lain, and Griswnld, at a meeting on the 16th,
passed a series of resolutions, one of which
read thusi "That should His Majesty accept
the resignation nf Chief Justice Lee, it would
cteate a vacancy in the Judiciary Department
tn fill which another person, equally qualified,
could not be found. We therefore indulge the
hope that vuiie means may lie devised of avert
ing a result so much to lie deplored." The
result was that the resignation was not accepted
by Kamehamcha IV, who in a characteristi
cally forcible and touching letter to Judge I.cc
made use of these words: "Hut I hope I am
as tender of your comfort and health as any
friend that you pisses--; and consequently I
not only assure you, beforehand, that I shall
always be willing to hear of your relinquishing
for the moment, )our official duties whenever
your health may require a change: of nir or
scene, uut that I wish to inixsc it upon you,
as a duty von owe to Ihe nation and voursclf,
to employ every available moment in re-estab-lishing
your shattered strength, that So I may
long be happy in jour services."
The first public appearance of Kamehamcha
IV was on Sunday, Dec. 17, when he at-
tended divine service in the Kawaiahao Church,
leading his sister, the Princess Victoria, and
followed by the Ministers of Kamehamcha III.
The Rev. E. W. Clark, the pastor, preached
in Hawaiian, from Genesis 26: 2S.
It was remarketl by old residents of that
time, as a matter of pride and congratula
tion, that on the occasion of the death of Kau
ikeaouli and following it, the utmost quiet and
good order reigned throughout Honolulu and
the entire island. It was remembered that the
death of mi high a chief in the olden time
would have been the signal for an almost un
limited degree of crime, disorder and debau
chery, and for the practice of heathenish cus
toms. Drunkenness and its attendant licen
tiousness would have been seen in everv
direction; teeth would have lieen knocked out;
theliodics of men and women of every class
would have been scarified and tattooed, and
passion would have run riot. All this was
now happily past. There was sincere mourn
ing and loud continuous wailing by the na
lives, for the death of a King greatly beloved
ami revered, not only for his high rank but for
his amiable qualities of heart ; but the demon
strations were restrained within the proper
limits, and the Hawaiians thus exhibited an
evidence of their advance in civilization.
11. u s.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
We Rather the followim? items nf Iniprei
from our exchanges by the steamer fames
.iiuxii, which arriveu on tne 15111 invt Ironi
San I-'rancisco, with dales to Oct, 3rd, the
Sunon the iSth, with dates to the idthinst:,...
Arahi Pasha says the fivrt tiling the EnglNh
could do for Kgvpt would lie to send all the
notatilcs and other leading men connected
with the rebellion out of the country. If they
do not do so vengeance will surely be wreaked
upon these officials after the departure of the
troops. He asserts that he never thought the
English would send a large army to assist the
Khedive and so was led into war. He denied
mat ne nan any communication with the Sul
tan during the war . . . . Il is said that the grand
shireef of Mecca was delved on account of
having had treasonable relations with Arabi
Pasha.... The Khedive, with the approval of
Kngjand, has offered Itaker Pasha the reorgan
uatinn of the Egyptian army which he accepts.
...,It i-i officially announced that General
Wolscley and Admiral Seymour will he raised
to the peerage, in acknowledgment of their
recent distinguished services, , . .A closer con
nection is foreshadowed between England anil
Ucrinany upon the Eastern tpiestion .... Admi
ral Seymour his accepted a decoration at the
hands of the Khedive, hut declines ihe honor
ofateeeragc....Two courts will lie consti
tuted to try Arab! l'asha and other rcMi, one
a court of first instance, and the other a special
tribunal to deliver judgment. . . , A private ex
amination of Arab) l'asha was held on the ami
inst..,. Gladstone who had been suffering of
iaie, oviier, iicurovcout yesterday, not
withstanding the wet weather, and visited in
the neighborhood of Penmaen Maw r.... An
imperial decree orders that the father of the
King 01 corea lie kept for life under guard
I last Tilll! Fu The Corenn nffair sv
Japan has been happily adjusted through the
prompt action or the Japanese Minister liana
subai the ringleaders arc to lie arrested and
punished, (0,000 veil is to be ml.! tn th f-im.
dies of the killed Japanese and 50,000 )cn 10
the Government, and an envoy with letter of
apology sent In Japan ...The sugar refinery
or Harnsson, llaveinevcr s; Co., Philadelphia,
an Immense brick structure at liont and Al
mond streets, was iiarlly iltstroved by lire,
on the 25th ult. The block (minded by Dela
ware avenue ami by Svvanoii, Almond and
llainbridge streets was burned, and contained
the mold house ancl filter house. Tli-- build.
ings were lillctl will) sugar in the process of
,..u.i.,u,v w isauy km uciivcry, anu twin
structures and Ihcir contents are in ruins. The
loss will Diobablv reach n iivlllhui ,t..ll-rG
General Monciiun lias resigned his podtion as
Colonel on the leliied list of the army to ac
cept the Democratic candidacy of Governor
of California ... Secretary Folgcr is said also
to liave resigned to accept ihe nomination for
Governor of New York... V. H, Wycker
ham, U. S. Minister to Denmark has resigned.
....The jury on the Star Route trtal Ims not
Iveen able to agree ujioii a verdict . . . French
innuencc is actively oposing the reciprocity
treaty between Mexico and the United States.
. . .At Chicago, on the 2jnl ult, the four-)ear-old
tfallioii, Jay E)e See, beat the best four
) eat -old trotting record twice In succession, by
three-quarter oTa second lAjrilUtd's Aranra
won the Great Eastern Railway handicap at
Newmarket, England, on the 25th till, by six
lengths.... The new comet is supiwsed by
Professor Uarnard, of ihe Dubley Observatory,
to lie the Pons comet of 1812 In her inter
view with the Secretary of the Navy Sept. 29,
ait. ie 1.001; nunc a personal ropiest lo
luve turned over to her all the private and
i(soui ciicvvs ncionging q net late nusband,
and the request will by granted. All the relics
from the Arctic region brought back )y Mel
ville were unpacked at Ihe navy department,
and a record taken. ...The first detachment
of household cavalry startesl fin Alexamlria
Oct. 4th on the y hoiue. The rot follow
Thursday or Friday.,.. A transport has cone
to Sue lo embark the Indian troops.,.. Arabi
Pasha demand a trial by Englishmen, saying
thai he uurHvlcrcd to them, and he would
have tcapd if he had known that he was to
be trUst by Kgptiaas, frost vshoui he eaixcts
bo Mfty, n
"txrlLLIAM O. SMITH,
A TTOltXE V A 7 LA II',
jOIrKsJIANT SriT, llotOLLU, 50
T M, DAVIDSON,
' .inoH.v.T.ir ,.. 11;
S'o. 4 Merchant Street, Honolulu, I)
Uf R. CASTLE,
Avronsv.y at law.
And Notary Public Attends all the Courts of the
rJ6 Port SraKKT, Honoilh , 1
a rrimsr.r ,t cnv..si:iA.ou at i.au:
pRS. CUMMINGS & MARTIN
Ornrr cornf Port ami IIcrktania Srs ,
.s into :o.v.s ,i,v mnni:i:triiit' 7M-
Otncc Hours Until 0 v. il.,anilfrom t-i.amtu:jo-8 P.M.
TNO. A. HASSINGERi
Intioii Orrtcp, tlusmul u,
AUKXT TU TAKi: AVHSottl.EIHIK
went tn t'onl-irfvVu- Mtmr, 3
TNO. S. McGREvVTm. D.
I'll vs wiA x unit siritti:ox.
Hotel street, between Port and Al.tl.ea sliects.
From 7toua.n1; ltui.ftrkl6to8p m
Telephone No. 164.
OIIN II. PATY,
IIONOIULIT, USUI', II, I.,
XOTA III' VUHIAV.AXn ro.HMISSIOXKII
Tor Ihe States of California and New YorL. Office
at the llanlt uf lllshup Jt Co. 1
O M. CARTER,
HoSOU'Ll', II. 1
Attr.xr'rt) take aukxohi.kikii:.
fm-rlfs to fJiwtrtlrtH tn l.nhov.
Office at Pacific Mail .Steamship Dock, Ksplanade. 15
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
HoSOLtLU, II. I,,
iikxtai, itoo.u.s ox Four sritiir.r.
Office In Itrevver's ISIock, corner Hotel and Port
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street, 1
lV HAGAN, M. D
IIOSOLUU, II. I
riirsiviAX axj svii.ikox. orrici:
lt),l fort .srr-r-w.
Office hours from 10 to 1 a a. m., and 3 to 5 p. ni.
Residence 195 Nuuanu Street. 49
B. EMERSON, M. D.
IIOSOLULU, II I.,
rirrswrAX axi suuoeox,
TpLErilONn XttMHEtt 149.
Office hours from 8H 10 io$ a. m.J i'4tojii p. in.
10K a. m
Office and residence
corner Fort street.
fit A CTICA U ffA TVIIMA KlUt,
t And Importer of American Jewelry of every descrip
lion. (Formerly ot ban Francisco, California.) so
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE",
Qckf.n Street, Honoli'lv, II. I.,
istvoHTKK axii jn:.ir.i:i: ix ai:x-
rrnl .llrrrlmiiilhi: t
P T. LENEHAN & Co.
Nuuaku SrHtKr, Honolulu.,
i.ui'oitn:its axii cojuiissiox .;;-
elm tils. 19
lVTRS. A. M. MELLIS,
No. 104 Pokt Stkkkt, Honolulu,
J'ASIIJOXAlll.l-: JHtHSS AXII CT.OAK.
A W. BUSH,
No. 50 Fokt Strut, Hosolulu,
tntocKit axii 1'itorisiox tn:.n.Kit.
family Grocery and Peed Store. 1
XM. G. IRWIN & Co.
IlllNOLULI', II. I..
SlUlAll i'AOTOItH AXII VO.HMISSIOX
CLAUS SrRLCKIILS. I Wll, a. HVVIN.
" OREWER & Co.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islanus.
siui'i'ixo ,txi coMMissiox .vt:it-
H. A. r-. CAKTLK. I r. C. JONES, jr.
T-MLLINGHAM & Co.
Na 37 Foiit Stkret, Honolulu,
IJIVIUtTKUSAXn IIKAhKltS IX llAltlf-
tearr, Cuttrrij, Tunli,
Palms and Oils, and General Merchandise. 1
A W. PIERCE & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
sitir viiAxohnit.sAXit co.uMissiox
Agents for llran.l's Runs and llvnili Linres and Per
ty DjvIs' Pain KiL'cr. 1
T A1NE & Co.
llONOIULU, II. I.
CO.UMI.S.1IOX JIKUCUAXTS IMfOlt.
tir tm lleatm In
Hay. Grain and General IVoduce. 1
No. eg MmciUNr Skirt, Honolulu, II. I
i.uroitTMts or ohxhha i. mkkviia
dine J'rom l-Vrllirr, Knulnnit,
Germany and ihe United Suucs. s
116 and tit California Stkbkt, S. V.,
iniOf.K.S.I LK UltOCKitS.
PartlcuUr attention juij to fitUnj: ml iM(-iiig 1.
and oidert. t
T OUIS ADLBR,
NUMIEK I) SlVAKV STBbKT.
MAXUKWTlUtKIt 4X1 MKAt.KK iX
Hoot dti.l Shoe uf rrir HemcrtfttoH,
Ladtti and Children v. ear. My uocV U worthy of
Jnc:t.on. 1'ncei cry low.
T WILLIAMS Sc. Co.
los AMI 104 FoT StHT,
I'llllTOIlltA I'll IV A IIT1TS.
Picture, of all slice- and Vinds mad. to order, and
fiaines of all dsol(4lons constantly on hand Also
Corals Shells and Curiosities of ih. Pacific j
A LLEN & ROBINSON,
IIOSOLUt1, II. I.,
llKtlrrm In Lumber ami till KIhiIm uf llnllil.
ing Malrrlnlt, I'nlnlt, llllt, Xall; rtr,,
Ascnti of scivooitera
Haleakala, KuUmauu, Keksuluohl, Mary Ellen,
UUama, Pauahl and Lrahl.
Al KoUnson's W turf.
-pilEO. II. DAV1ES,
(Lath J amx, GsikH & Co.)
tnromi.it, vo uuixsiox m nun axi
ilrlif .Ifefil fur
Lloyd and the Liverpool Underwriters.
Bntuh and Foreign Marin, loaurancc Company,
And Northern Assurance Company. s
DISHOP it Co.
IIONOI.1.11', 11 1.,
Prat. EichMs-.or.ih. BANK OP CALIFORNIA,
Saa Francisco, and their atrnii In
Th. OR1BNTAL BANK CORPORATION ot
Loadau. auvd their Uauthta in
Aim tnataci a (atwwl Makiaf Bsutsust. i
CD, C. ROWE,
itovxi: mi.f .siax I'AiXTi'.it,
Paper H sigfr, etc.,
107 King street, Honolulu.
T EWERS & COOKE,
(StCCESSORS To L ERS i DirKSOt.)
i.uvttitrr.ns axii iir.AiAU'.s i. mm.
hrraiul ittt litmtn nf IIhIIiIIhi Mittrrlnl,
Fort street, Honolulu, II. 1, 1
P O. HALL & SON,
Cornpr Port asp Kino Streets,
uivtmrr.n.s, ih:ai.i:i: tx Hint)-
irrlrr, Itrjt tlnmtn, f'rrif.
Oils nnd General .Merchandise 1
II V McCIIKSNEY & SON,
t.t:. 1 1111:1;, imif.s, rAiA.mr, axii
Agents for Ihe Uovnl Soap Comiuny No. 4s Queen
street, Honolulu, II, I. 0
"" C. COLEMAN,
H0Nnl.u1 1', II. I ,
iii.AtUxSMirii, MAtmixisi; hah-
fltltr II nrht Itnmr .Sinrrrr,
Plantation Machincrs, etc. Shop on King street,
nest to Castle & Coote's 1
llosoiult', II I.,
i.vrmtriut axii ii:aia:ii ix Mn:s,
Itillltei, Mrtiitn, foils- 'm-fijsirif
Goods, Crocker), Chini an.l Glassware, Practical
M, OAT & Co.
HllS.tLI'LU, II. I.,
sAiirVAHiuts. ri.Atis of a hi. :-
icifioM ttutttf unit rejmlmt.
l.ofl In A. P. Coole'snew fire proof building, foot of
Nuuanu Street jS
tlnsoi.l tu, H. I.
io.v::; sii:am t'Axm MAStrrja-
or ami Hahr-vy.
Practical Confect loner, Paltry Cook ami Ilaler,
N1.r1.Ur71 Hotel street, Iwtweett Tort ami Nuuanu
M recti. 2
r ENGLING & Co.,
No. 5 Xuimmj Stmibt.
rix.sMirti.s Axn vuJMiiiuts, ;.!.-
In Storrt Ilaiiffrv, Tin,
Sheet Iron ami Copfwr Ware; Lcep constantly on
hand a full assortment of I inware, G..IvanieJ Iron and
j.ead Pipe, Imlia KnMer Hoe, etc., etc. 3J
Waili-kh, .Mai i, II. I.,
fll.VJII.SSloX MKHVHAXT AXII OKX
rrnl Driller In Dry tlnmln.
Groceries, Hardware, Stationery, Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and Glassware. i
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
IIOSOIt-Ll', II. I.,
STV.AM KXOIXKS, llifll.KltS, SVOAIl
Jlttti, VnnlrfM, Iron, Jtratiti
IT'And I-cad Otbtinv. Machinery-of every description
made to order. 1'articuUf attention riatd to ShitV
lllacksmithtns. Job work executed on the shortest no
T H, ROGERS,
No. 9 Kaahumanu Strkkt, Honolulu, II. I ,
ll'ATCJr AXJ CLOCK MAKEll,
Ilritttrinf o Sjircltilti.
O ". MEEKAPU, (KAUKAIWA.)
Numrpk n N'uuanu Strpkt,
TAILOIUXG OF El'liltV
Krrijition ilitin; to onfci:
Men's, boy s and souths svork.
NusiOERJ4 Hotel Strlet,
mjcals suit rim at all
hour of the !!,
Special terms fur regular lioarders. The only suita
ble private room in town fur Ladies.
Mrs. Leon dejean, Proprietress.
No. 6j Js'uianu Strpkt, Honolulu, II. I., ,
aoLit axjsili'i:i: won he n,
U'dtcniKil.f'f ami Hejwlrri:
Quslity good and cheap prices. In stock a varletyof
Closks, Watches and Jewelry.
T H. NORTON & Co.,
So. 13 Ma UNA Kit A SrKltfcT,
Horn xftortniffSliOfM rrmotfil ami ult let mt.
' ilUtrhnmlth It'ui'k ttnn onlfi;
Caniac nuling and repairing done by competent
u-GiUien. Mr. M. Murray, well knuvVn fur UU suiw
lior wurk oil carriages, will l found lieie. Hie Lsrt
liorse-iliocr in the country wjrk at ihi pUre. tos-r
7 0UCANO HOUSE, ' "
CHATm OP KlUAfKA.
II. I. UIXVX, MAXAOHIt
Viitor rcfiuinnzanv unusual dUrd.iv of i.lfinie at.
tloti will kindly uie t!ie Marucer at Icj ten iLiy no
lice in fine weather, and frum eleven to tldrlecn in foul.
Plenty to ear, a routing lire, clean lds, and the ie&t
atleudance on (he llauaitan Ulandi. 5
No. 6 QvtBH Sntnir, (Kisil MARkk.T.)
nr.Ai.tu: ix ciimcr.tr .:, .uijto.v
I'riil, I'ltli, fir.
Family and Shipping Orders carefully attended to.
Live stosk. furnished lo vessels at short notice, and veg
elables of all kinds supplied lo ender, 34
- E. WILLIAMS,
IHTOICTLR AMI DlALKR IS
rvitxrrtnti: or vrnitr vksciiivtiox
.lfo uiatuuicrcr aim Majtnfartarrr.
Furniture Wareraims No. 10, Port street. Wort.,
shop at old stand on Hotel blreet. All urdcrs promptly
It tended to. 41
A W, RICHARDSON & Co.
Itlt-OKTSKS iSNU DeAtltKS IN
hoots, shoes, rvnxisiiixii noons,
Mlata,Vni, TrnnhM, Viilttra,
Ferfumery ami Soatis, Walihain Watches, Fine less,
clry, etc., ror. of Fort and Merchant streets, lion.
olulu. H. I. i
pHOS. C. THRUM,
IMK)TXG ANII .MVKUrACTfriMQ
sTATtoxKit, x t:is .uivxr, viaxrr.H,
And publisher of the Satl'sosv I'RFS&.and Il.tuiil.
as.-fw.iN.acri..f Ammuat, Merchaut street. Heal
er tn Fine Sullonery, II00L.S. Music. To)-s and Fancy
(loods. Port street, near Hotel, Honolulu.
OSUI'H E. WISEMAN
HONOlULf, II I.,
IIKA I. K.ST.I TB JIIIOKHU AXII KMI'LOV.
Rents Rooms, Lottacs. I louses, and sells and leases
Rcl Kuatc in all partsuf the Kinjdoin. FrurJovment
found for thv seeVinv; work n all the various tranches
U Iissiicm vonuectcu vsun tnesc Islam!. !.e;A! Oocu.
menu drawn. Uills Collected, llooks and Accounts kepi
and general uifice work transacted. Falrorugt sulicileii
Connnis.iu.vs moderate. jf
p W. MACFARLANE & Co.
IJu.ir.si Srau r. Hakim u , II I.
iiijiorlrr. ! CtiiHiiiUtioit JfrrrAuiiff.
Mobliuon'm rlir-1'ruof llull.lhig,
The Glasgow and Honolulu Lint of Packets
John Hay & Co.'a Liverpool Lin of Packets
Tin Watkapu Plantation
Th. Spencer Plantation, HUo
Hakalau PUnUtlon, HUo
MUl.es, Talt Watson. Sugar Machinery
Th. Puuloa bheep Ranch Company
A L. SMITH.
luroKtaa A,p Daaifi m
aUtSS-AKK,MKHIUKS HIUKH fh.t-
InJ rf-s", Urathrlt, Iatr4,
Kiut' CcMsblnaiiua Siwaacle and E)eLss,
Latural Vvu.Hare, Fancy Soups ISaure Frame, Pit.
loli, WoueOi.Jwsl'oclrt Culler)', Powder, Sswt and
AuuBoouUi, Cuik's Spool Cuius, Maclwae O.I. all
kiada o MachtiM NenlUs. "Donsasic" Paper Fasbioo.
S.4. el of lU wtlvfiuUy utknowlestaed
Usjbt-RuuiJiatlloiuaatlc Sniai MaUsv.
No. Mf- llwssVl lilfclsl ' ,,
tl E. MclNTYRE & BROTHER,
j Con. Ki-sr. and r'onr Srs., Honoli I l,
ifiuuci:ii' axo ri:i:i .si out:.
QirltN SinlttT, HoNoLlLi, II. I.,
jfiKxnuAi. to i.'f.sso.v AtinxT.s. i
i' HoNOtl Lt , II. I.,
I'itAtmvAi, I'lixrint, imrtiit.i rott,
ttltilrrp tlritlnrr antl htttrrrv.
IIOPPSCHLAEGER ft Co.
HnsriLi 11 . Osni, II. I ,
IMVOIITIUIS AX It fOtl.tl ISSIOX MUll-
jl . rhrtnj,.
SaTsCHAEFER ft Cq,
'1 HiiNniuii, Hawaiian Isianoh,
. UTIUt AXII fOMMIKSIttX Ml'.lt-
f , " ' rhmiln. I
--yin' m - " .I,....
W.ILDEU ft Co.
Cor. Fort anii (i kkn Srs,, Honoli'IJ'.
hVMIir.lt, VAIXTS, OILS, XAIhS,
ami lllltt.tlittr MatrrlatMttf rrrl'lt lAml. I
P P. ADAMS,
QirpN Strppt, ItiiNiiiKit',
J ri'Tioxr.i'.it axii coM.iii.ssiox .ur.it-
A S. CLEGHORN ft Co.
ISiniKTPRS AMI l)PSI FRS IN
tir.xr.lt Ah MIUlfllAXIIlHH,
Corner Queen and KAnhuunnu Streets, Hunoliihl.
DOLLES ft Co.
QurKn SrRPKT, IIonoli-iu, II. I.,
Mini' tniAXin.r.iis axii fo.i.w.ssn.v
Imjuvrters an,l Dealers in (leneral Merchandise, t
TNO. H. BROWN, " "
ioj IIfretania Street,
xsi'KCTon or r.iti iits .
Orders can he left at the Police Station.
TWT S. GRINBAUM & Co.
.Maker's IIlock, Ql-cln Strrrt,
uiroHTiijisAXji unoi.r.sAi.i: ii:ai.-
! tn (leitrral MprrhamllMr. 3
No. in Fhkt Stri rr, Hiinolill,
watcu3iaki:ii, .ir.wr.i.r.it, r.xtin.i-
rrr, ami Ittaiannit .Srttrr.
All orders faithfully eseculed. 33
TUT S. GRINBAUM & Co.
it. California St., Ssn Prancisih,
FOItWAlllUXd AXIt fOMMISSlOX
Sficcial facilities for and ii-ulicular attention mid to
consignments uf Island produce. 3
No. ii. PoktStmOpiosithPantiiponStarlps
iiootaxii siioi:.ua nr.it. jioots AXII
Aioe mattr tn nrtlvr.
Of best material at reasonable prices, and foi cash. 2
TTOLLISTER & Co.,
WllOI ESALK ANII KPTAIL
nitirdoisTs axii roiiAcvoxiyrs.
No. J9 Nuuanu street. Honolulu, H. I. r
DROtN' & PHILLIPS,
No. iS Nuuanu StrfrT, IIonoluiu, II. I.,
I'rttrtiral J'lnnilxia, !is-flttei:
Particular attention mid to lh rutin., m. nf ,1...
prmi;tield (lis Machine. 1
IIOTRLSTKRKT, ItONOIUt.U, II. I ,
DEALEJt IX LAI) t ES' AXJ
Gent's Shoe. ttiul Co iters,
Try my store, after one transaction sou will lie sure
tocunieaatn. Kepairtng done to order. Formerly of
rvan 1 rancisco.
OAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
0. 4. .MFKCIIANTbrRFET, ItOMll I I.T, II. I.,
(oh-omtg sailor's IIUMR.)
C lS TOM It O O V A XII S II O E
Good work : low nrices. Iseitalrini? ione vsiib ue.-ir
ness and disjulcd.
P II. OEDING,
xpreu and Droymnii.
Krelglit, Packages, and IlacnaEe dtlivered to ami from
all jvarts of Honolulu and vicinity. Careful at
tention paid to moving 1 unuture, vvith
WAGONS KXPKKSSLY FOR THF. PUItPOSF
'Felephone M i residence 135 Punchbowl Mreet.
Office 86 King street. tiAif
DAILEY & Co.
limit 10-Vent .Sldic .' Sumrlhinu Xrw !
Fen thousand dilTerent nrtisles; cser)thtnK III rrntM 1
Vnmr unit are, at
Old Bland, 109 Fort street. 106-3111
PHILLIPS & Co.
ami tt'totrMiitr jPrutrr In Cluthtnu, iltntln.
Short, Hat, Men Furnishing Cooh,
Fancy (uod, etc
Nix 11 Kaahumanu street.
CIKVKSTKK ami HVII.UKIt.
All kinds of joUhinj; promptly attend? d lo.
Telephune Ny. 130, Williamson's Tspress OlTice, ,
Shop No. (4 Klue street. ufl
9 nrriinirii .fiirgrmi,
Iliveasesof Horses and oilier domesiicated Anlnvals,
treated n, the most pracilcal and wlciilific manner.
niOAsas or riu iimr a srhCiAi.Tv.
Residence! Fort street, Honolulu, vv here all orders
left will receive ronipt attention. 5-ir
r P, WOLFE,
ii.iMn.m-, 11. 1.,
mtOVKHV, t'KKII AXIi I'HO.VISIOX
Would like heads of families, f)urdinj.hoti.e keetiers
ami other to know thai he at all times sells at prices
lowest of the low. Orders solicited and goad jOTrniiilly
delivered in any part of the CUV- ur .utiurlts. Number
io, Kins; Street, between Abko and Fort Sis. ji-6m
AinLLtAM O. SMITH,
No. Mr.KCHANT SRKKT, HONOLULU,
(ICuabluhcd (n 1879.)
Sugar Plantation, Railroad, Telephone and other
s.orporaiton oiocsi. raonus ana sirutur
securities bought and' sold cut
Commission, Money leaned
on Stock Securities.
Honolulu, II. I.. (XTohcr IM, liSa. llolf
-ASTLE ft COOKE.
.Ml, to, MHqblllsr, IIOKoU'U, II I.
Shii'iAng unit t'muimluluii Mrrrl,auli,
Importers and Dealers In
lb Hiiihcusk & Ccfsunuiy's llanution
Tli AlcsaAtbr ek ltald.ia PUntaiion.
R, HabicadL or Waiaiua llanutlon.
A. II. bauib tt Coiuiiaiiv, Koka, Kaiub
J. M. Alesander, Hailu. Maul
flic riaiau nsigar sHsuiajiy.
lb. KohaLa3vugar: CsMupany.
Th. Uoloo Isutiraac Cwapiny of San Francisco.
Tk. Mt bsjsUast Us ! Co. ot Bmsw.
tim WjM ssWitilirismsyf t.isM,ias;u asaaua.
SS, , Vtrjrasi SSWSvSISJslM SBSVASSSSM
4k tsjsflsylsihV aut Uy.
gsHsssssstltsV A tssssssssssssst'sL. MlssKasSk ksjskgaJsk4ssUsWsBsT sOAbsssUIAAM
Manufscturer ml Dealer in all kinds of
SAhMjIittY .! IIAIIXESS
Orders from the other IsUnds promptly attended lev
Corner Fort and King Streets, Honolulu, II. I.
pHARLES T. GULICK,
Al.RNT TO TAKI! AlKNOVVLRIKIMRNTS TO I.AhOR
CoVTRAt TS, ANII
(IRNMUt. IIL'SINKSS AOPAT.
Ollire in Mackee's Block nt mrner Queen anil Kaahu
manu streets, I Innolultt. i-i)
DOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. nKKII'KK & Cr.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. IlKiiriK V Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. i
of San Francisco.
t I.SA cV (.OOKIi, AGK.Vrs.
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRE INSUR
ancc Company of Hamburg.
Ihulding, Alercliandise, Furniture and Machinery
Insured .itfainst I ire on the most favorable terms, ija,
D HENISH WBSTPHALIAN LLOYD
Op M. (it.vhnALii, Uiihnisii Prussia.
AlUlalms fur jnrlicular average sustained by )och1s
arriving here, and Insured in the above Company, have
to I made Willi the cognizance of and cerlllied to, by
the undersigned, J. C. Glade, Agent.
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM
pany of Berlin,
f. A. SG1I AX MR & Co., AGKXrS.
The nhove Insurance Company, has established a
Oneral Agencv here, and tho undersigned. Oenernl
A?ents. ars. authorted to lake risks against the dangers
of the Seas at the most reasonable rates and on the
moNl favorable terms.
TJREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
F. A. SCltAKrhK &- Co., As'kU.
AIo agents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
For the Hawaiian Islands.
AACHEN AND LEIPZIG INSURANCE
Of Aurhrii, .ttr-la-Cliaiirllr,
claims for particular average nuslalned bv rands
arrivinR here, and insured in Ihe above Ccintwiny, liave
to be made with the cognirance of and certiricd by the
undersigned. J, C. Glade, Agent.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
: A. SCIIAr.rT.R c Co., AGVXTS.
The above Insurance Comtianv hasvsrablislird.i Cm.
eral Agency here, and the above signed, General Agents,
are aulhorued to take Risks against the dangers of the
?cas ar ine rnosi reasonauie lates, and on Ihe most fa
SCHWEIZER1SCHE LLOYD RUCK VER.
slchenines Gesellschaft of Wlnterthur.
. IIACKFELD & Co., AGfiXTS.
CnpiL-vl of the Com(iany ., francs 5.000,000,000
'Ibe Agents of the above Comjiany, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared lo Insure Buildings, Furniture,
..ns.M,-n.oiiu i iwviuvi, .lav.iituci j . CIV., UIU OUkjaf
and Rice MilU, and eswlt in llie hartior, aR-aiiKt Io
vt nainaKc oy nre, on me itiom iaoraMe term.
RITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR-
ance Company. (Limited)
TU VO. . DAI' IKS, AGi:XT
The aboe agent ha received instruction to re
duce the rate of liuurancc ttctucen Honolulu and
I'oit in the Pacific, and it miw nre na red to iiMie imli
cits at the lowest rates, with a iccbl reduction on
iixikiii per fctciiucrs.
TJAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
X X uompany,
'. A. SatAEFER & C., AGiWfS.
I he aboe firm laving been appointed agent of lliis
company arc irciared to iiuure rik against fire on
Stone ami Uriel building and on Merchandi-w: btorcd
therein, on the most favorable term. For ituticular
appiy ai incir ouive.
TVTORTH-GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
X company 01 itamuurg'.
. HACKFELD A Ca, AGF.XTS.
Capital and Keserve . . . RtichsinarL 8,83(oo
tneir KeluuranceLonipnuic 35,ocoiol
'Ihe Agent of the alwve Company, for the Hawaiian
IfsLnuU, are ineturcd to insure liuildlncv Furniture.
JsIervliundiM: and 1'rtHluce, Machinery, etc, alo Sugar
and Kice Mill, and eeU in the harlior, agaiint os
or oaniage oy inc, on me mou lavorablc term.
TRANS-ATLANTIC TIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
A HACKFr.U) b Co., Asntu
Capital and Kre KeicliMiiuk 6,000,000.
" their Ueliuuraitce Coin xi nir " 101,650,01
. . . . Ueichsniark 107,650,000
The Auentfcf the nlwe Company, for the Hawaiian
Ifclaiuls, are prr,iared to iniurc Hmldingt, Furniture,
Men.handic and Prixluce, Machinery, etc., alj Sugar
and Kice Mill, and invclt in the IuiImjt againt lo
or damage by fire, on the mot favorable term. 1
or New York.
ItlLDKK i' Co., AGKXTS,
hargmt, Snfvut unit llliiMt i.Vonoinrrf htfr
limaranrr CnnifHitii lit Ihr liuitil,
CASH ASSETS OVER $90,000,000.
Tor further information concMninc the Com ban v.
and for rate, of Insurance apply lo the Agents it io
Jt It T 111111, S7MIIS.II IIISJ illt.
LONDON AND PROVINCIAI.
Fire Inaurstnoe Co.
Siilitrrltml C,i,,lltil .... $.1,onu,otltl
'Ihe ale Company lure now esrablished an agency
here, ami are ieeparrd to take risks on rok
trty of every dessTiplioii wilhiii these
J. T. WATEUHOUSK, Jr.,
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Company,'
UlSUOPSf C AGENTS.
Viithiilltit hliihllllg la Mutkliililrr:
Reserve. ... a,;.,.)
INCOMK rOB ll;i):
Premiums r.ccived after deduction of re
insurance $ !).,,,
losses promptly adjuaesl and paid lief I
NEW ENGLAND MUTUALLIFE INSUR.
anca Company of Boaton.
(ASTLK k COOKE, AGKXTS
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in the United States.
I'ollrlfi limtil nit llir matt I'amratA Trrutm
KMMU or Kiih'-rtiaraits'aK rkN '
Insured age i) sears- -ordinary life plan
I Annual premium continues Policy a years, days
a Auuui ui.uiiuin. tumulus rwicv . imaim. . "
3 Annual piemliuns continue Policy . years, j "
, Annual prtmiuans contlnu. Policy I ysuvr.as ''
Annual prvouussis ctweinu roavcy s.ysNari,B "
JF f t $iiw&fWWl99
Lx3 daU (brougb Hooolol A&rncj. tf.m
TJ W. SEVBRANCB,
jit) Cautoi.il Sr., Cat,, (Rush Nss.f(
U.mW.illAS VOX VI. VUHMWUVM
TTARNDBN A Co.
iirft 119 Makkt Sr., Ssn Fkancisco,
or.xr.HAi, vvueiiAHisd aokxtsaxh
Ommf.Wnri Merrhnntn. t
PRANK II. AUSTIN ft Co.,
Omen No. joCAiironxtA Srttrtrtr, S. F.,
coMjtisMux Atir.xTs .t FomrAittu
Consignments from the Hawaiian Islands desired.
The best prices warranted and sales guaranteed. 4
S-MIARLES BREWER ft Co.
; Kildv SrnrtrtT, Hostov,
Altr.XT.H or IIAHAIIAX VAt'KKTS,
flrnrrnt I'nnnnlnilnn .lren.
Special attention given lothe purchasing of goods for
tlie Hawaiian trade. Freight al lowest rates. 1
PIANOS AND ORGANS 1
io,otk Pianos J 1,000 Orcans save half Jlrtiyyf the
manufacturers i from iiy to $rm; cash," rent,
or installments; catalogues free.
corner Market and Powell, San F'ran-
T GUS BURT,
For country merchant and mining tompamr and Ken
eral Coinnrn.ion Merchant. Insurance efTecteil in
good companie at loMet rate.
Ofller 40.1 Front Strrrt, .Sun FrttnrUrti, Cah
pALMER A RBY,
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS.
Hie largest and only complete Tpe Foundr) and
Printer Warehoute on the Pacific Ccat,
05 and 107 LeldetdortT and
$9 Commercial streets,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAU
c leep on hand the lament Mock of American Fancy
Ipeever kept on tin coat, together with a
mo.t complete Mock of Miller & Rich
ard's Scotch Type ; and can
funmh, at short notice,
Anything la tne Printer! line,
from a Ilodkin to a C) Under Pre. We hae a large
stock of new and .second hand Printing Irefte of
all make and lire. We are sole agents for
Campbell C Under Pre, Cot (ret I and
Hancock Pree; alio Peerleu. Clip
per, Jewel, (Jordon and Waih
WASHING'ION HANI) PRFSSES;
new Itaxter steam engine, which are juu the thins for
printer. Tuerk Water Moters, Gem Pair Cutters
and a full line of Sanlporn's bookbindeis
OUR FIDELITY ROLLKR COMPOSITION
ami Peerle Printinfi Inks are convdered the let In
ue. Hae jou used our Perfection platesT
Thyave editorul work and conipo.!-
tion, and therefore sate money.
iTSKND FOR OUR CATALOGUE.
Remember No lioute on tli'i cuuvt can connate with
u in quality of good.
Chicago office 171 Monroe street
HAWAIIAN INVKSTMKNT AND AC.KNCV
On First .clas securities, for lonz or short periods.
Apply lo W. U CKF:KN, MaiuRtr.v Urn.
Office ljueen Street, over (J. W. Macfarlane & Co.-s8tl
(Kepresentini; UorrNUNO & Co., of Sydney,)
having arrived per "Cily of New York," is now ready
Saddlery and General Merchandise.
Sample Room, BRhWER BLOCK,
(upstairs, next to Dr. Whitney.s.)
IHiolt$.tlt Onliri Solicit,!.
OTEL STREET MARKET.
Kit. It. WAIA.KH, I'raprlrtnr.
PKIMF. MKATS, IORK and VF.AL, ON HANI)
AND FOR SAI.K IlAII.V, Uiween the
houis nf s until 11 a. m. and a p. m.
L II. Customers calling at the Market can be sup.
I'sicu MiicriHAJiis, 11 mj ucsireu.
Tesephone No. a,sV.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
The Lates) Styles In
limiued ami Untrimmed, Also tn Straw and Rough
Tluilu l!cautiful Plume and tlowcrt.
Call arid eiamlrve them ; alto,
a fine lint of
jm. loS Fdrl Mreet
BNGL1NG ft Co.,
'Hit itlCTllr, finding their ijrclout torc totally In-
aiicuuai to carry on ineir urytiy irwrrfaiinK
tuIiei, found It ruHevtary 10 enlarge
their Store, In order to facilitate
the notng ot an im
tucne uock of
RANGES, STOVES, TINWARE.
Sclal attention Is called to th. following
eshibits now on haud 1
NEW PAKACON RANflLS.
Sutuble for Uarvuilon use, the relebraud " NIMIII.E
aiuvt, and "rMllY MAY KArstlC.
set In Ukk, .lib hoi water aluchruenis t Copper bo
ers, li every desciipikMi, mad. la order Iron
Pipina all tisri-Mad iipe. Iron and
Hr.u Cosks sikI aiiiugst also
A stsyw atfU sT Itsrltt Mrtf.
Il li not rvrceuarylo .numeral. ir slock U1 IN
WARE, a w. are rpare4 lo supply .very
artlcU U Ik. trad., and al PktlC'tS
IO hUH THE TIMES.
E, k Co, thank ihelr palious ty lU kUral soppntt
actwdesl lbas dstriasj uw pas four years, avn4 ai tk.
saase itss wosvkj sum ikM bWr a skh. U kassw
pewiunlkanesn la sstcwe onlers wilssvkraMsisna.'
Osiers, bun Us. sMsssarl lataatls Wad aaw) pinasaaly
a. ly II IfTM
I take great pleasure In Informing my friends and the
public in general, that t have
REM OVE D
Tn III) lien- Stnrr,
113 and 115 Fort Street,
Where I open wlih an entire NF.W STOCK OF JEW-
ELKV, SOLID OOI.I) AND FLATF.D,
of all description, and a complete
SIL VEU-l'LA TE1 WAKE.
Agent for Simpson's, Hall's, Steel's and Roarer's
Silver Plated Ware. Depot of the Cermlne
" American, Waltham and Elgin
Will las before, A SPECIAL IllsANCII OF MINE
Warranting nil Work. A full line of
SirrtarlrM anil iVfrfrir,
iltankfut for the confidence shown me, 1 invite the
public to inspect my stock liefore purchasing else
Mygood slandinvT in llii Kingdom, from long sears
eslierience in this business, is a guarantee that I shall
olTerthellESTalthe VERV I.OWrlSF PRICKS. I
luve sjsired no ciense in scleLting new stock In order
lo keep up my reputation and Jo give satisfaction.
NEW GOODS T
Kjt. atrngalirr," from LIVEHVOOU
MAS at- GONZALVJUS,
57 Hotel StrsMt,
wish in direct pub!k altention to their recent tirliorta
Clothing, Fancy Goods and Hand
We purchased the Good For Cash, and will therefor.
oe in a i.Miiioit io oner
Great Advantages to Patrons!
The Fancy Ancles are well worthy of liisitectlon,
comlstlng In pan U
Work ssoaes Inlaid Fancy Wood. Card TaUot
TabUts and Trtyt, tar suparlor to Jauaaaa.
Goods. WUk.r Chairs. Fancy Work
Baskets, Hors. Hair Watch ChalM,
Roles. Paper Kultr.a, etc., site.
A larg. lux of LadWa'
work) Under Clothing, Cro
chet Work, Antimacassars, Paavcy
Pin Cuaklntu, nsnsr styles, Glot., Hasvd
karchlsrf and J.welry Cases, rmtlklif
new. Baabrolstor.d PUstron aavd CtwianA
A gio.1 ifortmrnt of I'erfamorg.
j Hotel Street, Grey's Block.
t, Nuuanu Street,
0Uavt BCavkar tsatt UfsltiUww-.
Jrrr, Chair; huungr; tUf$, Wk
tana; Toll ft TilUrt, HrmrkrU,
and all cnher good arpcrtalnlng to, r,lilast
Order s"wkd fW
BEDROOM AND PABLO MTB.
On liand, a Lag. Uosk of Japan.. Wasw. (asHssstssssi
Busineu dun9 on ike usual r-reinersial TsMaa, sssst ki
Ik. KtsgliUi and H r-rsnsn tavjssssMa,
WrssVr ewast IHkff Msstsstsi IHitlaw.
K. wstwi. ceelsij
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