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OCTOBER it. iHt.
flW SAX ERAXCISCO LETTER.
Sss Frnsusco, Oct. lo, iSSj.
Hi). Pruk: Had it not letn for the famil
lar hcailing on your vicr, at hand tiy the last
stcamei, one would think a new candidate for
Hawaiian honors had anatrd among the
re of Honolulu, ami )tro are certainly to I
cwnplimented Mn the im)itoictl appearance
of )tMir welcome per, and the tone of your
anklet tt certainly monger, more independent
and, cneiently, ntore interesting. I will
My, we have nothing on this coast which
ciimU the ncatne, compactness and general
aparaneeof the STtRl)AV l'Rf under the
Oar city U in mini and rain, hence tligust
ami disappointment. Palmers complaining,
h!pj-er growling, ami no one pleated at the
premature Owners except the umbrella dealers,
ami dealers in (warn and potaloe. hating large
stocks on liaml. Many farmers are caught
with grain unthieshcd, many with wheat weked
lull not hoosetl i ami the weather clerk is
blamed for the whole, when, perhaps, the close
prosimity of the comet may account for it all;
ami, while It may be to blame for the calami
ties and lowcs, should 1 praised for prosing
an Incentive to early rising, for many who ncser
uw the sun rise before arc now to be found
gating, with half-opened sleepy c)es upon the
brilliant and unusual customer to I seen just
before the sunrise, and on a clear morning is
distinctly visible and well worth the trouble
Our markets are lieginning to show the effect
of early rains, tomatoes fast spoiling, grapes
only In fair order, eachcs, plums and other
small fruits hae disappeared entirely; like
wie, melons and cantelopes, while all varieties
of licans has advanced fifty per cent and will
probably go higher, as the rain has undoubt
edly injured the crop, the receipts this )ear
lieing barely what arrived weekly last season.
Potatoes have also ads-anccd and now bring
good prices. Pork commands good figures
and a choice article is hard to get, a general
liardening in prices for pork, hams, lacon and
lard, seems to lc obtaining throughout the I-ast
as well as in this State. Coal oil, which but a
few weeks ago was selling below cost, and
with small stocks in hand has now advanced
nearly fifty per cent, and many beliese can
never lc again as low as now unless new oil
wells are discoscred, the reports from Pcnn
s)ltania being sery discouraging. White Lead
which was considered low at S cents has
dropped to 5J1 caused by some siolent convul
sion, known only to the conflicting companies
The San tie, which rumor has it, is the
first of a direct line for your country has arrived,
and w hile a fine essel in every respect is not
considered up to the Oregon line, in which
may be found the Columbia, Oregon and Queen
of the Taeijit, and though the arrangement of
cabins is after the Knglish line, say the Aus
tralia and ZealanJia, the San Jose cannot com
pare with the Quetn ef the Pacific in point of
modern cons cniences. Of course it may be
all losh criticising the boat as the only
authority is street talk for saying she may never
lie put on your line, and every one not in the
company may lie entirely wrone and not
within a row of apple trees of the truth. Talk
ing of lioats the new yacht built for tin
Sprcckels Ilros. is nearly ready to launch, and
if money, skill and suggestions will avail, the
new flyer will be the fastest on the bay. And
as she is calculated to visit your waters a short
description of her dimensions may not be out
of place. She will be So feet "Jong, 2 1 feet
beam, draw about S feet and will le schooner
rigged, with foremast 72 feet in length, main
mast 75 feet, main-boom 50 feet, with all
standing tigging of galvanized wire and all
iron work galsaniicd ; will carry over 4,000
square feet of canvas ; will be fitted up with
half-a-doren state-rooms and csery requisite
for long cruises, and will cost about $20,000.
If you of the 'rest and your friend of the
Gaulle look half the pains to disseminate the
true condition of )our politics as the " User
noes, what can te callcti in miltl terms " erro
neous " statements you could have counteract
ing influences constantly at work with us.
Hut where the " Tiser" is sent to every news.
paper and is always found on the files at our
Merchants' Exchange, while in many cases it
is the only paper at hand, it is not to be won
dcrcd at llial items are often published from
the one source, and items too which will not
hold water. And in this connection I would
ask what's the matter with the Chronicle, per
haps you have subsidised it or at least I should
susjiect so, did I not know they would never
for a moment listen to any such proHition.
Hut perhaps the truth is the political fight on
hand Is about as much as the Chronicle can
take care of just now. For what with Demo
crats, Republicans and Prohibitionists the case
is fast becoming delightfully mixed, and good
cople are on the fence with no satisfactory
party lo tuin toward, each platform having
most objectionable features, but we must hoc
for the lcst.
I suppose the Sun left at 2 P. M., but find it
Is at 12 M.Instead, so I am forcedjlo close wiih
many hems of Interest not noted. Itettcr luck
nest time. Adoi.iiius.
EATRESS CHARGES .4X1) REGU
LATOXS. KtitrOR Press: On the 2nd the new regu.
bllons relating to csprcss drivers were sup-
ioed to go into effect and officers detailed lo
sec them carried out. Mark the result. On
'his nth day of October Is there one of those
tules earned out as to showing rates of fare
to passengers, wearing of badges by ciprcssmcn
etc; 1 say not so tar as I nave seen. As to
aking passcngcts where, and when Ihcy don't
want to, the ohlc diners simply say that they
are engaged and of course the lady or gentle
man has lo go to other luck men, probably
amid the jeers of other drivers, or seek a new
hack stand. Frequently one hat to give what
cm puce the driver may ask or be abused in
tile language as was the case with two of our
prominent citkens 4 day or two since, when
they offered the driver the usual fare (50 cents)
to take Ihein to Puruhou street. I hear that
they have made, or will make complaint.
They should do so in common justice to
Again, a gentleman coming out of the Music
Hall at j r. St., on Monday, asked a hackman
if he would talc him home. The hackman
said "Well j yes," but was evidently serr loth
to do so. The gentleman accosted the nest
one who said that he was going to the Fish
Market to get fish. He trial a third one, got
In ami diiecttd the diitcr where to go, and on
arrival at hit destination this side of Punahou
street tendered he legal fare, 25 cents, ami
then gut abused luundly. The gentleman re
marked that the Minister of the Interior hal
fiiol the rate of fare, when the driver simply
d d the minister, and said he would take
no such fare, ami would inform other driven,
that bemrttr, Rn he wishes an eipres he
in 1 told that they "are engaged." The
CHttUaaaa said skat it U were tried on Mm he
sM avc a puliwwaij stay by the carriage to
fun b, and if fwttd uMr'uc, smvc the. iMih
taken to the station-house This did not calm
the gentle driver who drose off in great tri
umph at having had a chance of teing abusive.
There Wing no witnesses the ietim was help
less and so remains. The three eases were all
with native drivers and the writer has their
numliers if required.
Of course we know that in all countries
hackmen arc extortionate unless kept in due
control by the law ami its officers. Hut here
one must act as his own policeman, make his
complaint, lose his time, etc. If people will
notify the editor of some aier of such cases
that come within their knowledge perhaps the
publication of the numlerof said hackman may
produce a gixnl effect. A policeman stationed
near the principal stands would lie convenient
and the foreign police officer might kindly
look a little Into such matters instead of all
being up to the court house to do what?
Honolulu. Oct. inli iSSi.
(The idme untttably crowded out Ut wrtV.)
THE NATIVE PRESS.
Tltr. KINO AMI THE COMMONS.
Much has been written in the pers during
the last few months regarding the King, the
Government, and the Commoners.
During the ptcvious reigns, under the K.i-
mehamchas, we do not find that the names of
the sovereigns were much handled in the way
of discussion, as if there was a contest between
the thionc and the commoners. Hut now, in
the reign of King Kalakaua, there ate hot de
lates, and the King is set up as the contestant
on one side In opposition to some of his peo
ple. In this way the King liccomcs as one
wrangling with his commoners. He becomes,
as it were, a contestant In a game of fisticuffs
between King and subject. It is a matter of
public notoriety in this city, that In the last
election there was much talk about the "King's
ticket," as if the King had gone to contend at
the jxjIIs with ihc commoners. Anil in one of
the newspapers of this town during the last
few days has appeared an article approving of
the King's taking a hand at the elections, and
engaging in affairs that lielong solely to the
commoners. This per plainly instructs the
people that it is tight for Ihc King to descend
from the throne and interfere in the conten
tions of parlies in regard to questions that arc
now being raised among ihc commoners.
This way of thinking, which has entered
with the present rulers, is depressing, and the
political fit tnamcnl of I Ianaii's independence
has a bad look. No misfortune that can Wall
us can lie more miserable in its' end than to
create a feud between the King and a part of
Kalakaua is the King of all Hawaiian citi
icns, not of any part of tliem alone. The Ha
waiian nation at the present time is not like
that of the time of Kamchamcha I. Now peo
ple from other countries liavc come to this
country, have united with the old inhabitants,
and have become one nation with them. All
arc subjects of the same king. Very many
children have been born to people of other
races in this land; they have grown up; these
children have themselves begotten children
and some of them have become grand-parents.
Now all of these people are subjects of the
Hawaiian Government, they have rights under
the law of the land the same as other subjects.
The King of this Government is also their
King; the native land of the old subjects of
Kamcliameha I is also their native land. They
are not in any respect different, they are not
in any regard to lw distinguished from the
children of Hawaii of the ancient time, save
only that these arc times of greater enlighten
ment. Hut this enlightenment has come lo
us all. Hawaiians of all colors arc living under
the same enlightenment, and their children are
being educated together at the same schools.
In our opinion misfortunes are in store for
this country if the King is to lie led to regard
only a portion of his subjects, and to jiay no
attention to another portion as though they
belongcd elsewhere. Also, if the King is to
come down from his position and become a
party in the debates, and contest in politics as
if he had a side in the affair and he were con
tending for the victory of his party; then, in
deed, evil and misfortune will lx.-f.ill the land.
This will bring faction into the Go eminent.
This will cause a division in the loyalty of the
subjects, and will weaken the throne. Time
servers alone will approve such doings. Hut
the independent thinkers and people of intelli
gence know- that it is all w rong.
We are jealous for the purity and indepen
dence of the Hawaiian throne. Vic do not
wish to sec the throne devoted to the inteiests
of merely a part of the commoners; nor do wc
wish to see the commoners termservcrs (boo
pilimeoai) of the throne. Let the King stand
apart from all the contentions of the common
ers and from every matter that pertains solely
to them. Thus w ill the dignity and sacred-
ncss of the the royal office be perpetuated.
A'uoita, Oct. 14, 1882.
HIE SON-IN-LAW AND THE DOCTOR.
It lias been rcortcd to us on good authority
that the Hoard of Health is laying some of
the government physicians $1,000 a year.
while the salary of the "son-in-law" is $lSoo
a year. The doctors are at great ckjK'nsc for
many years to gain their skill in medicine,
without being able to ditcrt their attention to
any other pursuit, concentrating their energies
on gaining skill in their an of curing people.
Itul the "son-in-law," a relation of the pri
mate, is the one who adtcrtiscs thus In the
Elele. "AU communications and items for
publication are to lie forwarded to the editor
Kahikina Kclckona, and all monies arc to be
sent lo ihc Imsincss manager, F. II. Hay
scldcn alone, and lo no one ele." The ar
duousness of their labors for the health of I ho
woplc is not equal to that of the doctors, but
their loaf of bread Is bigger (than that of the
The doctor receives $1,000 a ear ami the
"ondn-law" $iSooa)rar. Now to which
of these men did the legislature intend to ap
propriate the larger sum of the government
money, lo the doctors, who cure the human
race, or to Hayseldcn who devotes himself to
his own business, and acts at a secretary at
only ten or more meetings In a scar?
To the lROTllt.RS Kawai.sui,
Gentlemen! I have watched your
course and has c considered the great sen ices
sou have performed for our nation by opposing
Ihc actions of the Cabinet. I have also seen
the esplanations by able men of the time and
the communications made by thoughtful per
sons whose views second your admirable
O, )ou patriotic hearts! we are all on the side
of our nation, the country, the nobles and the
King, against whose throne Gibson ami Hush
arc churlishly plotting.
Do not fear or hesitate; fight on for our land,
our line, and our independence, and lo secure
the respect of the countries with which wc
have intimate friendly relations.
I am an humble ctlUen, but I am opposed
lo the treacherous actions cf the CaUnct. 1
earnestly pray that those two men be put out
of office (ut the country's good, now Out their
black-hearted treachery has Utn Wouidit
clearly to light,
North Kohala, Oct. 5, 1M1,
At MnwuJi VW .lim-j, Oct. 14, 1 Sfe.
CHAS. J. riSHEL.
Jml received per Meamer Sfl, 6 cas of new r.oo!s I
1 Tie Snesl srtment of MILLINERY '
vhown in this Kingdom. Tbete good are not
bought from ony yd or 4th lioue, tut
rnme direct from trie manufacturers.
All thete goods are the the latevt
FALL AND WINTER STYLES,
Come and I00V at our goods and ou are surety tempt,
ed to buy, -
A full line of ZINC TRUNKS, all siies,
A full line or HOSIERY,
A full line of Gent's fine SHIRTS.
A full line of Gent's IIKOADCLOTH Suits, black.
A full line of Gent's soft and stiff felt 1 1 ATS,
at the Leading Millinery House,
CHAS. J. FISI1KL,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets
Importer of Staple and
FANCY DRY GOODS,
IVrenlhfM 11 ml -Feathers,
Ileal Ostrich Feathers,
On this ocradon 1 specially with to call the attention
oT the ladies, to my mag magnificent stock of
I'iques, etc., etc., etc.,
Every description of Print.
All kind, of
DRXM TaUMKUIfa, LACaM,
and Uultons. The
Isteplelt with the.
In IUttsinmmc4 or unl rimmed.
A (Jrdklly ftuotird uk of LADIES UNDER-
WhAK. )'rwu my Ion eiixmncc in the It-
UttA ImJ I know tkjtcily lh kind of
(odd 10 Mill ihit market, ar
thct iforc, luv in U
uock on hind.
OEXTr rUasUflUUMO UOOM
At esceedingly LOW PRICES.
Colored Shirts ilh dreued linen fronts a tpcsUlty,
Polite Clcrls In aticuduK. (INSPECTION IN
VITED. Cortxr Fort sod Haiti Streets 10
MmA MrsVgUa CaastaalasU.
IruuTMUlioil It J.l(nl kin,, ih .ua -LiIa.i.
- .. .. . - v.:.t ' -.-in- r--v- --.-.
.Mr, 1,. a. lir.LKMIKUSI. .Vndc. ha It tun.
puaed to hate stilted at thaw islands In 1 1 it.
J. C GLADE,
llooiljii, October I J. 1 Ha.
OOIGNA. SAUSAGE. IN TIN CASKS, JUST
-yii m"r tm m pxixi orucr,
for ai by"
RAISINS AND CURRANTS-SULTANA RA.
sum sad Zanil Cunul.U ..l .,!.
S. new and fnh. uk by rS VC). Til
NOTJFs!rrA,iL outstanding accounts
aJUctnl !y ftAdattUaaJ: agtj aS -: ka,iaT
WuUt j. 1 Mi.
HACKFBLD A Co.,
OFFEK FOR SALE
LVI'OCES OE NEW GOODS.
Jut rerehed per Klt and u.W,
Cotuttling tn pAtt of m follow l
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP DRY GOODS,
Denims, Drown and White Cottons, Drills, Tick
ings, Turkey Red, Merinos black and
colored, 4 qualities. Repps, Alpacas,
Cobourgi, Italian Cloth and
Black, Gros-graln, Fancy, Colored and Striped.
Barege, Crepe, ftc,
Mm' Film lull hi(f G inula,
Shirts, Woolen, Mixed, Calico, Hickory, Denim,
etc.. Merino ana cotton uuaersnirts, wniie
Bosom Shirts, Socks Stockings, Cloves
Handkerchiefs, Poulards, a large In
voice of CLOTHING consisting
of Fine Black Cloth Coats and
Pants, Buckskin Sacks,
Pants and Suits, Felt,
Sacks & Pants,
Boy's Shirts, and
Children'! Jackets, I,
R. Coats tt Leiretnzi. Mon
key and Sailor Jackets. Carpet
Slippers, Silk and 1. C. Umbrella.
andParasols, Fancy and Travelling
Shawls, Cotton and Turkish Towels,
White and Fancy Quilts, Felt Rugs and Brus
sels Carpeting, Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads,
White and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sties.
Scarlet, Orange, White Woolen and 4 points,
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, Pants, Dresses,
Genuine Kau de Cologne, I.ubin's Ex
tracts Toilet Soaps, l'hilocome, Hair
Oil, Comb. Looking Glasses, Pipes, I.
K. UalN, Harmonicas, ltlank books.
Gold Leaf, Jenelry, Gold Watches,
Tape, Elastic, Scarfs, Albums,
Extension, Arm, Dining room and Parlor Chairs,
Settees, Mirrors, etc..
Sa.lillra, Vnlih In, Glvihn, Stirrup Leather,
Hemp & I. R. Packing, Coal Ilatketi,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Lontaimnz I'late. Cum.
Plate, Cups, Teapots Him.
Rice Dishes and HaVers, Demijohn 3 and 5
she and HaVers. Demn
Gallons Sample I lot ties, Vatesand Glassware,
and larred Kodc. Coal Hairs. L tin rue. lune.
- 1 a- .i i -i 11,... r
Hurlaps V00Ipack and Twilled Sacking, Linen Hoe,
SUGAR AND RICE BAGS.
of all siies and qualities.
Sardines in half and quarter boxes,
Salt In Jars, Castor Oil In tins. Matches,
Cocoanut Oil, Wash Blue. H. White Lead.
Stearin. Candles, a, 5, and 6, H. & P. Biscuit,
Hubbuck's Linseed Paint Oil, White Zinc Paint,
De Laage fils and Boutelleau 0 Branay
and other brands. Rum, Gin, St Puld
Beer, Ale and Porter, Port Wine,
Sherry, Rhine Wine, Fine and Table
Clarets, Champagne, Dry Heid
seick Monopole, Ch Faare, C.
H. Mumm & Co., Sparkling
Hock, Moselle, &c., &c,
German ami Havana Ctaars,
Plated ware Spoons Forks, Cruets, Tea
sett, Cups. Napkin Kings, Salvers, etc,
Pocket and llulcher Knives, Scissors, Sheep Shears.
Needles Spoons, Kile. Spurs C.alvanired Matins,
Hoop Iron, Keg Kivelt Hammers, Yellott
Metal and Composition Nails Clartfiers
llabbitt Metal, Sugar Coolers,, Iron
Fire Clay, Blacksmith Coal, Fire Bricks, TUei,
Empty Barrels, Oak Boats, fkc.
Orders from the other Itlandt carefully attended to.
It. tlatkfrlit X Vo.
T AINE k. Co..
Four Stuekt, UnNoLLLf, II, I,,
WE BEG TO INFORM OUR PATRONS
Thai we are constantly receiving large ad
ditions to our stock of
HAY AND GRAIN,
And a w purchase tn larce lot For Caub,
art enabled 10
SELL AS LOW AS ANY OTHER FIRM.
mum LAKueai aiutKlauii rUnai
itn th boat assortment, Buyers would do
u 10 ootam our prices Baler t
rretl Mill far Hole, with Hellt ami fulley,,
la good order. Will grind from i to tons per day.
Sal agents (or the
The Cheapest, Simplest and Best la Use.
We are llxonlyaentiforlU Patent Spring Carl.
Any UK retmrinjg one of these carts, can pro
cure thent Cheaper through us than
oy "using )uur grocer" lor
one, ur having
ENTERPRISE PLANINO HILL.
11; roT.SrUT, lloxoit'iv, II. I,
C. J, Hardy and H. F, BarttLmatui,
Contractors and Builders,
PUsiaa;, Saafiaf , Ttttssissf ,
aUa4 tvasi Scroti Sawis
DsMrs, Saafc, aNstsfk, Dsmt
asss4 WfaMltn FrMssH,
M0ULDIN01 AMD FINISH,
Always oa I
All onlm iksaJ aa tbort auske. and VAUmm
ZSiiZL &X1 "attS yalSSff"
sz.Trw rr . " '" w
MIEO. It. DAVIES ft Co.,
from I. her pool,
OflVr for ule from the carRot of the OsVron ami
other recent VftwU, the
follow In c
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING:
Print of latest M)tev-fa.t colon lllue Denims white
Cordon Sheeting, Horrotlc'i Lone Cloths
Itrown Linen Drills pure Linens
Blua and Whits Check LLtft.lo.iJ
Fancy Dress Goods.
Fancy Ha Ms KimU Criuh, Scarfs Ties CrxAts
l'l,.i. ..i r-...... ., 1 ..I!. IIV..
,iirsnsi astfsi a asifs. sri rtf imiuio i iuss
Men' White ntul Itroun Cotton Hatf
lloe, Men1 Krailymtle
Ltottiintc. India Rubber
RsftSnttA and Woolen Shirts,
lltue anl Grey Hore Illankft, White Cotton HlanVet
ail cniors, ie ami weidriH" vxx)ieii ami
Velvet and Tapeitry CArpetins.
Carpet anil Hug.
SUGAR BAGS, 20x36
Coal Bags, large and small,
Prime ipMatit), heay and lighifllurbps TVine,
GalTAulisvd Corrustd Rooflnc,
in 6, 7, 8. and 9 feet lengths (?4gauge) cres and
washer to match. Fence Wire, nos $, 6, 7,
llAILROAD 1 nos
Flh Vlntra, Holla rliirf Spikes complete, t'tre
Jlrleki, Fire Clitu,
Whiting, Chalk, Vellme Ochre,
A full assortment of GENTS' SADDLES
also a few very nice Ladies' Saddles, fc
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 Boiled Oils,
from 3 to 10 inches,
superior, Topsail Chains,
"Admiralty Test," sixes ,',
)i, 7-i6 i inch, 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.
Baas' Ala In pints and quarts,.
India Pale Ala In pints and quarts,
Fine French Brandy In bulk and casts,
Henneisy's Brandy In cases, , , and "
Old Tom, Cheap Brandy In cases.
Old Scotch and Irish Whl.Vl..
Ouplessls, "Red Bar" and other ni Clarets In
Best Sherry In bulk and case's,
Champagne In quarts and pints,
Powell DulTryn Steam Coal.
M. OAT Jr., ft Co.,
Honolulu, II. I.,
Would tale this method of Informing the Inhabitants 0
Honolulu, and the other luands that
they haveoned a
Stationer and News Depot in the New
Hawaiian Caitttc Block, No. 35 Mer
chant Street, where they are prepared
Me in o ran it 11 in Hooks,
Ink ami Mnilhiat;
In quarts, pints, half-pints, and cones.
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
Cap, Envelopes, Papeteriei, etc., etc.
Or4ert taken fur iiHU perlmllral or new:
paper tkul may e detlrril.
Prompt attention will be given to the Mailing
of I'apcrs 10 soUciibcrs on any of lh uher'
UUnds; also, agents foe the
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Onlers for Ked KbUr fnainp rcceiieit and (fonipily
TI1K COLONNADKI I II.WK T1IK fl-EAS-ure
of announcing that I hate ipeued a new
Mcstauranl. al afauaakeA street, near the IIJi
Mattel, and an pveuartd lo furuidi a I'lrur-CLasi
DfvHuH, a.uiT, supper, w s-uncn, iq an svn) favor
rne with a call, as I intend the Kid c 1 are of the Colon
nade lo include all lhal the market aflordh I era my
on chief toJkf and can guarantee that those Uq
give me call will be i!tned ayuh the tMm aiMi xr.
sice. Beaua a.gaa whs tlaerhi Maeia aacta.
Ale-ays on hand -(linger Pop" on Ice. WILLIAM
M. MASON, late ckiefTook atthe "Old Covt-r. iJ,
as BHStt la-
ar la II. I. cur.
rtmiainleg isa gflllll at Sae-ea east Ssaeewa.
reaj test neejineag uuitc uulu aad n
allt,aaeja,aeat. Onien SMea elesa
art T r naanr Mr tttti 1 ea
eawf , r"w tale at t HOB. Q. ni
llUaf S rut strees
-ASTLB & COOKE.
lt0N0Mll.l', II. I,,
Would call attention to their Large and
varied Stock of
Conifing of the unrivalled Pati Steel
Pie Molinf Slr-el IlreaVrrsi, anil Currowtnit Plow, Mo
line Stl Mow- all ln rUiifi, Jr., Culii
ator. Dirt Scraprr ,
Joliu Beara's Uauc Plows,
I'Unlrr lloet of it. 1ti rn.il.ri,
IHSSTONS CKI.KimA'tKIl CANF. KNIVKS
maile to ortlcr, Amfn Shovel and 5utle,svg-,
(lArJrn Hot, Can.tl lUtrnv,!, Ox
Howi, Yoke, Cluins Krnre
Sugar Mill Requirements,
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Sperm Oil, Cjlintler. I-ird
and Kerosene Oil, Perfect
Lubricator, l'himhago, Al
lany Grea-, Iision' and
h and J, File, all tie and
kind. Steam Packing, Flat
and Round India Rubber,
A1esto am) Soap ibtone,
Flax Packing, India Ritli
Lrr Hose, J to a inch. Pipe
and Coupling, Nut and
Washers, finished, Machine
Huh, atl sire. Cold rreed
If lack smitlfs, engineer and
Carpenter' Hammer, Pine
Cutters, Winches, 8 inch to
34 inch. Anvils, Vices, Tube
Scrapers, Grindstones, Hest
American Har Iron and Tool
ISteel, Ituilders Hardware,
all kind and st1e. Hub
buck's Paint and Oils, raw(
and laoited. Small Paints in
Oil, In farce witty r'
Paint, umner, Venetian,
Red, Ochres, .Metallic. Ac,
Whitine, German Window
ass'tiT sizes, Manila Rope
No. i and a Flour. No. and a Rice,
Crushed Sur, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters, CLams, 'Salmon, Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory,
Pure English Sprees, Condensed Milk,
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES: The i'ul-
ttrr Krramrur Oil, M'e$ton Crit
triftigtit I.nttnu, 14 Inch, Itubber
.Spring a Hit Taunt Jtrakc just at
hand.Blake Steam Pump Valves.Pack
In?. c, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugal Complete,
ALSO OS CONSIGNMENT
California Hay, Barley, Potatoes, Barrel
Salmon, 1 lams, A&lx.los Mixture for Rollers
and Steam Pipes, ery cheap. Fence Wire
and Staples, Gahaniied Rooting,
Wilcox and Gibb Automatic; Singer Manufacturing
Company, Assorted: Remington Company, Family;
Wilson Machines, the best assortment lo be fuund,
ami at Bottom Prices.
New Goods by every arrival from England, New
York and San Francisco.
1 Nw Timottoa Eugla, 8 -bora powr
Orders from the other hlamts filled
w ith ilU(utch.
al Hest Kates ami
sENBRAL BUSINESS INFORMATION!
J. E. WIIEMAH,
Real Estate Broker,
OaTara tka followltaa; acaastsUa i
IIEAUTIFUL COTTARG on of ihe nosi Uauil
ful collates on Kort street, to rent. House contains
six rooms, batlr, etc., stable, amjile Kroundt, shaile
trees, etc Rent 940 a month.
A I1EAUTIFU1. COUNCKV 1I0MF. lo lease,' at
I'aauaa Valley, half mil from Post Office, situate
on themaln ruulO'im(rttMmlttreel). House contains
7 rooms, situate on an acre of ground. Large loomy
uaUe. with 4 stalls, hay loft and all conveniences.
Chiclen )-artllatlicetl neatly, fencing atl around; good
pasturage ; Hater on the prcmisce.
Rental on lease, $isa year.
COT1A0K on King ttieet-comfoiuUe, and neaily
located, adjoining James I. I)ou sett's residence, con
tains ) rooms, bath, water, neat grounds
Rental f so a month.
COTTAGE on LIUha street near King street, con.
tains 1 rooms, cellar, stable, carriage liouse,rhiildocL,
garden and neat grounds.
$10 rent a month.
A I'l.KA.SANT IIOMI'.STKAD.at Kalilhl, a mile.
from town.v Ample grounds, suitable for dairy pur.
Pums, good irrigation.
Lease, Jj a year.
A COMFORTAUL1-' KCSIDKNCF. mi the Waikill
load, 1 i-s miles from town. Iloim has 8 rooms,
with all modern Improvements, stable, chicken houa
Rental je a year,
SMALL COrrAOK mi Judd street, adjoining for.
nier retldence of lien. J, M. Comly. House cuitaini
4 rooms, stable, chicken house, etc, siluale on 1
arre (round. Leave of sears 10 sell for $403, the
buildings to belong to the purchaser.
Rent of land tyt a year,
COTTAOKto RENT and FURNITURE for SALE
in a snail ) rou cvttage on Queen street, near
IVmchbowl street. Furniture sn tut fauo.
CotUge rents tor In per month.
IWO HOUSES to KENT and FURNITURE for
SALE, on Alahea street. IL.ah houses sinute on
deep Ut. Furniture lo sell cheap.
Rental fa, a mouth.
FINE IIUILDINO SI IT. 10 SKLL-situaie on Nuu.
ajm ureei, aoove roil uiuge. ua jjaioo.
SOME j ACRES on ihe Valley road, above I he k.
isuks. To leave at mIU
rillUI. RESIDENCE, oiihallcouv.nUnces
Uild, situate oil a -ane lie, oiih I arret adlon.
twl luuurate, splendid Irnalkei, esc frill
leave al once.
farlt te.uvi l real In all medium a
MoaeulM mmiI multltlrimi Maney (a Itma
oh Utt-elams teenrllit Utaerml 0te -tmX
traammeledi Left JMJM'ra etressraii
MM, tH.ete4, tt.
iot-v OFFICE, a, Merchaat st
WTAILUKU HOI FACTORY,
waiU'Kf, Maui, . I.,
ref Unmllly e ril Manufacture ('
Hanlly. All order, fitted uh duoiach.
t B. H
TKAVAOK NOriCKI THE UNDtRSI
aae nunn.ii, anal taat H.ate utaaved to usammie
4Jsu saeea U shai be wltk TMa tear Taassa on IMS
faACM. mJetmmamUa. a 4m yve hm
0LL1STF.R k Co.,
WnotMALi ANt) RarAlt.
and rnanufarturer of ACRATHO WATHRS.
Imiioitrrs ami Oralrrs tn
Oanuina Fatant If exllolaaa,
ran or and Tollat AiHIoIm.
Krc, Ktc, Ktc,
Sole Aent for the Celebrated
TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES
IMfant Ghiyv.v Ate,
59 Nmiann Si, ami Corner Fan ami Merchant St.,
HONOLULU, II. tot
HALL ft SON,
Wnt'in CAM. ATTRNTION TO
Thrik rt rnuio assortmknt or (Jfxiirt,
Twenty different sires And kinds
Halls Steel Mows, cutting from s lo 14 Inches, Hall'i
14 ana is Incll llreakers, 14 men rvliia vueeus,
Sub-soil Flows, Hall's lurrow Tows. Side Hill
Flows, 10, 13 and 14 Inches, 16-inch Sulky
'lows, made specially lor 11ama1.ua
Plantations, No. 7 lluckejeMow.
ers, Flow handles, extra points
and beams for all plows
that we keep,
of all kinds,
MECHANICS" TOOLS, SHELF HARDWARE
all kinds, NAILS and SPIKES, all kinds and
sires, KEED & BARTON'S CEL-
In great sariety and In
VERY BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS.
STOVES AND RANGES
of many kinds and sites.
W mak psoiisltr of
And lining over 5,000 !U of IIUIUIUCK'S WHITE
LEAD and 2INC of different qualities, besides
a full line of all DRV I'AINTS wanted, and
over 10,000 eallnns of HUllllUCK'.'i hest
pale IIOI1.ED LINSEED OIL. c
can sell at the lowest figures. Ov
er 9,000 callons of
BEST LUBRICATING 01X8,
bylhelanel, cave or eallon. MASURV'.S HOUSE
and COACH l.'OlOKS, ihe hesl American
Paints known. We have now the
Xttarsaat atock of
the Kat and France, ever c(Tred
in thl Market.
PUMPS, bolts, packing;
Hut wc il not attempt to enumerate any mor of .lit
ihouiand and one article that keep. a It would
cotcr nwre tlun a whole pagt of the ' Pkk.n
W cordUlly ti.v'ut our friend and cuuomer a rail
tiul t lainlne wir tpleitdul Mock of good for ttiettiteUt
aim iney win Pcoiivnaceaoi whai uy. mtr
M. WENNER Co.,
9 Fokt Srater, UllNOLl'Lir.K .sj l.(
Have reopened at the old stand !ih a new
and caicfully selected UikV of
And Clocks, all UtWa,
CoU Caaiaa aa4 Cuarda,
assMtra Mtloai, XueU.aU.
Ijulies would do well lo rail ami esambie our slock of
Bracelets, pruxnei, shekels, lanlngs, elc,
Knh wrte esoKlally veletted Willi a
view to suit iIm inaikel.
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made lo order,
The itoairioc Leansh re our UuiaeH we lefard as an
Inuonant one. and all Jobs culm tied tu us will
he esecuied In a auuiner second to uoim.
Of every descriteton done to order. PenlcuUr atl.n.
lion Is id lo orders aad Job wuk trueea l lie other
iavors, we return to koya that our lone ea.
Ikc hi these Ivkuv4ewdl.rv.bl. .,
10 oUaw a (ak vhaie of setruuee
" VmUh Male asset atsstesN iVe."
mono, od we skall lUeu la s(w frfmnklt U
oaf koe of heweeta, u.aea
To our forsnar itocfc, Kalakana,
Suer, and City cf Sidney.
Ann smr stosss,
Cotdii., Hemp, Manila, Couon Duclt, riae Cansas
Mas Sail twine, lleesa, IUxk, Crs (I lo 4
f IJ dnaekles, liales nl uakum, hiioks ami
'Ihimhtes, Club IlloeVs, Snatch IIKiels,
Ircm Strap IILica, KowlocVt, Mast
Heads, Mftaline and patent flush.
inits Sheaves, (auovted sires)
ifldtVholm Mar, Pitch,
Coal Tar, Tar Oil.
BrlRlst VarnUri, Blaok Varalak,
Wire Rlf Ring, Marlins, SVitinu llouwlnir. Ratlin, Spun.
jam, lnltlkiiifl Irons C,l,r' Tacls, llotl IaiLs,
mnneciin Linus, ftiainne'.piKc., .nui.iiK
Mallet, Mam Iiuoim, Hand spikf. Piicti
alleis, .ma.i Hoops, 11
Mnns. tar Itrulies, P;
tops, mr urusrie, irtuiri nun
1IKR PAIN P, a new lot fnttud-
inK all (lie variciu color.
Paints ami Paint Oils,
all ktNtis and cmoes,
A full assortment of IIRUSIIKS Paint-, VarnUh-,
Pencil , Whlieasli-,l'aiie-, Anisl-, Scrub-, Shoe-,
ami Sash (trusties a gnwl assortment
a each-AXES and IIA'I CII KTS, (oo.l
and shintllng). SHIP LNi KUNS
and Side Lights (regulation
A full aottment r.f fine croreTi'es Inctmlitif wne
CIIOICK VAKIETlKSoTCANNKn (H)OIS-
ToMe Pie I'rulti, Jann and Jellie. (.1 new ar-
ikle iut ttply a new firiti, Hlitrh we can
tilgMy recommend a Uin sv.mf tiling
really nice), a new lot of Tea, In
eluding iom Mipertor Jaj-an
arletie. Sugar, (raw ami
refined), Ham. Ibcon,
Smoked live, hi 77im.
(a new ankle) CUKKIKU POWI.t Cnrrie.1 OVS-
1 tK.V I'UUiVI I'UIJliniO, kll VI Pinion
Hellie, kit MaiLertl, Lit 'lonsue, Sounds
etc, CVstlfiOi, Otere, Oaft.nl .Sauvarff, in
tin, KaUln In , H nd A lS
Hul!n in llti, (urranl in ami
7 Hi. tin. Pickle In I-, , 4
iili.iTt. t to 5 gallon keg.
! ' Tftplootm, VennlclH, Matcwronl,
Dt-ied Apple, l'rune. Plum. Peaclie, Prar.
Flour, ProvtHloHH, Jiread,
Golden Gate Extra Family-, Eldorado-, Golden City,
Gra)iam, Oat-, and Cx.ni Meal, Medium llread.
Cracker, (An nMjrttnent), Ginger Snap,
Taffy. Saloon I Mot Itreail, Soda Itticuii,
KICK and COKrKK, Whale
amPStKrm Od, Siktiii
Candles (4' and 6 a.)
All of the aWe will t SOLI) at the UK ST MAK
atV Ituyers are retpectfully fn!ied to call and exam
ine our Mock,
CONTRACTOR and IIUII.DER,
STKAM PI.AXIXU MILLS,
, Manufacture atl kinds of
and Doors ;
and all kinds of wood-work finish.
TtxmlBK, aoroll, aad Wad, aawiasc.
All kinds of I'laninf; and Sawinf;, Morllvin,, and Ten.
ORDERS I'ROMITLV A1TENDED 'IO AND
Orders from the other (viands solicited.
TNO. O. FOWLER ft Co.,
are prepared In furnlth I'lanm anil Kill
mate fur Steel
With en without Cars and 1-ocumoiUes. Sivlall
AIIAIIKli KOR SUOAR l'IwNTATlONS.
Peruunent Rallwajrs, and l.oconioiives ami cars, Irao
no., r.n.inc. antl Koaa Iromolives. Steam
lor, Knmncs i
Plouehlnj and Cultivating Machlners-, 'Ur.
l'"s lor an ourposes, SVinding
Lnglnes for inclines.
Catalogues with IlluHraiEuns, Model and Photographs
oMIieahoie Flams and Mathinery may I seen at the
MACIARINK K CO., Agtsfor Jno. Fowler & Co
pOK SALE I
Twt Toa Baajilaa,
TWO SF.COND-IIAND KXFRESSES, ONE ,
SEATED BASKET CUT-UNDRR, ONE
REACH WAGON, ONE SINGLE
DRAY, HORSE AND
All Ihe above are In good order, nearly as good as new,
'" (i. WKsr.
lAt. with Chung Hot, la Nuu.nu St.,
lias ivow removed to No. a, Nuuanu .Street,
H here he Is tliowlni a utw and stilendhl as.
Watches Clocks ami Jewelry.
of every dssalixton at eic.edmvlv L.w ,!,.. i ..-.
l!. I.OCKKKK. EAMKINI11
"', SHIRr SIUDS. sleeve'
AUITONS, etc iy stock
is wonn intiieciliig,
Watches and Clocks,
I'rlce. law; Qualliy Good . Orders from ihe Ml,., 1
no .rwoti) uiimu lo. tloods prmulv
sent by every Ueataer,
HE CERMANIA MARKET.
HokUltXl', II, ,
MKKF, VKAL, MUTTOX, LAMM,
FttuUry antl Fish
&'"ulbi!r'',V!''M" t"r- Fo.k
tUisae. A eVaWaatr. rrottUUn.
ENGINE FOR SALE. ONK NEW -HOstW
Fower koglae, lo Deftest order. For , ai"
have Jusi letelved !,;
has aVI4aaa. W
auo a (asf 'W
HtiAKrWf, fm Urn
L.teaaja, sab. Mfet.