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SATURDAY, HOVKMBHR n, tMi,
San I'rancisco, Octolxr n, iSSi.
The mull steamer Ciljr tf New lira1 sriouM
have left to ilsy for Honolulu, Imt for ome tin
cipblncit catrte lier ilqmturc has ln post
jneil until .Hunilay, which l 'he usual il.iy, a
only one steamer lut left on ailvetllseil time o
far tliti year. The l!nj;IWi malls for Austrnlh
reacheil New Voile on the 1 2th, so that the deli-
can hardly lie atttihtiteil to that source.
There has liecn rjitltc a flurry In comnierchl
circles during the wt few i!ays In conrcucncc
of the catraonllmry depreciation in the Mock
of the ltaalltn CommereUI Coinny. Un
der the hewllng of "Had Ilreak in Sugar
Stock," the lluUtlin hirntltc an article on the
origin and management of the Hawaiian Coin
tnerefal Comny' affairs.
"Aliout two )mm at;o articles of lneoror.v
tion were filcil here for the Hawaiian Coinimr
cial Company, with a capital of $10,000,000,
In I,ooo sluics of $lo,ouo each. The iailirt
orKanifini; the company arc largely interested
In aiiRar plantation at the Hawaiian l,l.ituli,
and in sugar mill. It was a close cotiralion.
Very little of the stock was sold, liecausc of
the high figure. The wealthy gentlemen In
terested nit up considcraMc money In the pur
chase of ground, machinery, and other apir
tenances lor a hrgc business. The amount paid
up In -coin on account of caplttl was two
months ago stated to lie $1,300,000. Profits
amounting lo$i,joo,ouolia! also at the same
time to lie imested In mills and other improve
ments, the stockholders preferring to make
that ditpmition of the money rather than to
submit to further calls on account of capital
stock. In order to mike the shares impular in
the market, the capital, a few months ago, was
divided Into 100,000 iartt, ol the par saluc of
$100 each. As soon at this was done there ap.
carcil to be sonic demand, for the stock was
advanced to 60 and upwards. This was aliout
two months ago. The first dividend of 50c
per share was declared August 151I1 and paid
on the Jlst of that month. The second
dividend of the same amount was paid last
month. Ileforc the time for declaring a di idend
for this month arrived, one of the largest stock
holders returned from the Hawaiiin Islands
and reported to the directors the advisability of
investing in more land and other improvements
so as to extend the business, which is already
said to have liecn ftirly remunerative. The
recommendation was adopted and the dividend
for this month was ed. It is feared that
they will not lie resumed again this ) car. The
effect on the sjock his been lad. Aliout two
months ago sales were made as high as Cl)4.
As soon as it became known that the dividend
would be .ivd, prices receded rapidly until
)estcrday, when sales were made as low as
32)4, a decline of nearly 50 per cent. Though
there has been a good deal of the stock sold
this month, we are Informed that it has been
principally on account of a single holder, who
at one lime owned one-twentieth of the capital
stock. It is staled that 01.000 share, nf ili
capital arc held by iicrsons who will not sell.
This statement appears to be confirmed by the
report that the transfers this month have not
exceeded 6,000 shares. Thoscwhohavelookcd
into the affairs' of the company saj it has done
well during the past scar, and bids fair to do
better next )car."
As is alwavs the case when stock lakesn big
drop there is sure lo lie more or less excite
ment and all sorts of rumors. At one time it
was asserted that the stock was being manipu
lated in the interest of the Sprcckcls sjndicatc
evidently to get control of it. It was also as
serted that the banks had refused to handle it ;
but those who arc in a portion to know any
thing about the affairs of the Hawaiian Com
mercial Company deny that there is any cause
for excitement, although several smill ccu.
lators who had invested all the way from three
lo six thousand dollars under the impression
that they had struck a bonanza, are rertcd to
lc badly victimlrcd. A leading broker on
Montgomery street, w ho has handled most of the
shares that have W-en nut on the market, in
forms me that the stock has only mil with the
usual fate encountered by average investments
under similar conditions. There is evidentlv
somcthlng in the wind, however, as it has
since been made public that the llakalau plan
tation, to do business in the Hawaiian Islands,
has been incorixiratcd with Claus Sprcckcls,
Win. Center, Claus Mangels, Nicholas Oh-
landt and Claus A. SincckcU as directors. Th
capital stock is $1,000,000, which is divided
Into 10,000 shares nt a par value of $100 each.
The Sprcckcls Ilrolhcr, of course, arc the
agents of the new coniiiany.
Another item of comnierchl interest to the
people of the ishnds is the formalist! of a com
pany for the manufacture of logus butter. The
factory is already turning out a large quantity
of olconntgarine butter, and when all the dc
tails are complete, the supply will be about
thirty thousand (x.unil er day, which will be
put up in rolls, kegs and bands. It is said
this remarkable counterfeit will keep for six
months. The cominny buy up grease of nil
kinds, including ship's slush, for this purxc.
I am told that n prominent provision firm,
doing an extensive trade with the islands, has
been offered the agency for this market, and
that a ptopOMtion has been made with another
of rice In the same way. These gentlemen
have entered upon these enterprises with a
view to a permanent business. They have in
vested many hundred thousand dollars In lands,
mills, buildings, irrigation works, shipping,
wharvoand other improvements, the result of
which has been lo develop the resources of iKc
ishndi on a scale never licfore attempted.
Custom House statistics show that our imports
from the Hawaiian Islands for the first nine
months this )ear aggregate a value of $6,675,
800, against $5,183,700 for the same time last
)car. This trade has been rapidly expanding
ever since the treaty went Into effect. It has
firm to send tegular quantities to various por
tionsof the interior and have it shipcd here
in rolls os the genuine article. An experienced
provision dealer sampled a keg of this bogus
butter the other day and pronounced it an ex
cellent article, under the Impression (liat it wa,
the genuine thing. Many of the restaurants In
this cit) use this article exclusively and their
patrons do not seem lo notice the deception. I
have reason to think the Honolulu maiktl will
lie liberally suppled with it Iwfoie long.
The Ctnmtnwl Retiew for the last nine
months, according to the lUilhtin, gives some
Interesting statistics regarding our trade with
the Islands, and the following is the Iwst argu
ment I have )ct seen In I'avur of the treaty,
which it again attracting the attention of the
Eastern press 1
"The Imports fiom Japan this ear are
nearly double vslut they were last )ear. The
totals arc $S,JM, 50a and $4,447,200 icspcct
Wely. The total from Japan this seal is nearly
one-fourth ol the total Imiurlcd by sea from all
foreign countries. This Ua signllicant fact.
Equally significant Is the fact that we receive
the net largest value of foreign goxls from the
Hawallaa. Islands. This U aUo wnucthinj; new
uaiW the sun, and I the direct fruit of the it
dprodty tiuty iuiw in force. Frequent at
trapu hat been made, loth m and out of
s-ongress, to have this treaty suspended, and it
Se probable that these cftmi will U i
J!1 fctlheoudnj session of CongrvM.
tUwaUiocotttidw that the dcvcloptuMt of
this trade Is due to American capital, and the
fruits of it are largely enjoyed in this country.
Our capitalists have taken up land at the
Hawaiian Islands that would never have been
cultivated by the natives, lly means of ex
tensive irrlgptlon, they have made this land to
)ield large quantities) of sugar cane. I-arge
tracts have also been put under thccultivation
not let reached in clim-u. The trade Is
largely reciprocal. It is carried on with very
litlle money. The sugar, rice and other pro
duce received from the isltnils are paid for by
the shipments of California produce and mer
chandise. There is probably no market with
which California has dealings that requires, in
proportion to the volume of trade, so little coin
to adjust lialance, Congress will carefully
weigh nil these considerations lcfore it voles
to suspend the treaty In the manner prescribed
at the end of seven )ear. In the cave that
event should occur, it is hinted that a recipro
city treaty would be formed with Canada. That
country takes about So,O0O Ions of sugar per
annum. The sugar could le shipped lo Ilrilish
Columbia, thence over the Canadiin Pacific
Hallway direct to Montreal. It Is worthy of
mention, that, according to the statistics, the
Hawaiian Islands this )Mr have liecn of mote
Importance to California linn Ibaigkong and
the vast Chinese Umpire.
"1 he value of the imports here for the past
nine months coniixue as follow :
Hawaiian Ititmlt ,. $6,6;j,Bcj
China and UongVMijc 6,o?i,too
In favor of tti Mamls. $601,7111
Ihe- Arctic whaling licet ought to put in nn
apjiearancc very soon now. Next j ear's Meet
will receive the addition of n steam whaler
from this rt called the Sviiter, which will lie
launched from the yard of the Dickie Brothers
a week from to-day. She will be commindcel
by Captain Colson, formerly of Ihe wrecked
lurk .S'.4;7y. The Svntr Is owned, prin
cipally, by Gnodall, Perkins S. Co. and Cap
tain Millcn Griffith.
The last of the cod-fishing fleet, numbering
fourteen vessels, arrived on the 161I1, the total
catch of which amounts to 1,302,000. The
Kirtion of the fleet from Ihe Ocholsh Sea re
potts that whales were quite plentiful and ex
ccedingly lame In that locality.
BATTLE OE TIIR NILE.
we arc innclilcii to a Iricnd lor a genuine
copy of the I.ondon Timet, bearing date of
October 3, 179, which has long been in pos
session of his family. It is in an excellent
state of preservation, yellow with age, but
still as legible as if printed a jear instead of
eighty-four ) ears ago. The Timts was then n
four-column paper, as neatly made up and as
perfectly printed as the Ixindon Txmts of to
day. The first page is filled with advertise'
ments, the second with the announcement of
the glorious victory obtained by Admiral Nel
son over the Krcnch licet near Itosctta, fol
lowed by the rather dry official dispatches of
the Admiral himself, giving in detail the names
and numlier of the ships engaged on both sides,
the number of the enemv's ships taken or lies'
trojed anil the number of officers, seamen and
marines killed or wounded on the Ilrilish side,
and some brief local accounts of how Ihe news
was received in London. On the third page
are extracts from le-ttctcrs from Ireiind, giving
an account of the progress of the llritlsh troops
in putting down the reliellion there. The
fourth jiagc is given up to court news (legal)
There is atriking similarity, it will bcobserv
ed.inthc general situation of Kngland at that
lime nnd the present war in Ugyptand rebel
lion in Ireland; the old troubles in a modified
shape come liack to plague the English after
Ihe lapse of nearly a century.
I lie battle ol Isile, winch put an end to
Napoleon's dreams of conquest in the Uast,
was fought on the 1st of August off the mouth
of the Nile, and the official dispatch of the Ad
miral, who was blightly wounded on the head
during the engagement, rmd in which he an
nounces that "Almighty God has blessed his
Majesty's arms in the last battle by a great vie
lory over the Heel of the) enemy," licars date
of August 3. It was forwarded overland by
Captain Cowc, and received at the Ad
miralty Office in London October 2, and given
to Ihe public in the Timts Octolier 3, or
quite two months after the great victory.
Now, by the aid of the telegraph, the news
of such a victory would lie flashed to the tit
tcrmost parts of the earth before the smoke of
Inttle had cleared away or the flow of blood
hadliecn stanched in the wounds of the victims.
As the dispatches of Nelson has lmsed into
lustoy it is not necessary lo reproduce them.
IMitiorially the Tiiiut, after recounting these
details of ihe action, sa)s:
e-aptain (.owe nas orouglit over a va
riety of important information respecting the
landing of the French at Alexandria and their
progress towards Cairo. It is known that they
landed 22,000 infantry and 500 cavalry at
Alexandria, and wc have heard it stated from
very responsible authority that not more than
1 1, 000 men have reached Cairo. Certain it
is that, independently of being harassed by
ihe Arabian horse, the Krcnch have lost a
great numlier of men by disease, principally
from the badness of the waters. General
Ikmajwitc was on very lad terms with his
officers, wliowtic generally dispirited and out of
humor Willi the expedition,
"The victory gained by AilnV'sl Nelson is
one of those events which will lie less consid
ered with respect to the glory which the llrit
lsh arms derived from it, than as it relates to
foreign politics, and giving confidence to those
who are on the point of entering on a new
war with the French Republic. Already we
know that a considerable army of Russia is
approaching the Austrian territories to give
confidence lo the, we fear, vet undecided pol.
ilics of the Kinperor of Germany) a Russian
fleet is arrived at Constantinople, on its assagc
to the Mediterranean through the Dardanelles;
and the Grand Seignor, from the decision and
vigor which guide his councils, and hasten his
preparation by land ami sea, see-ms anxious to
emulate his tlval in laudable exertion."
In fad, all I.'uroic was getting ready for
that tremendous strugg!c,which convulsed the
civilited world, Uw:t thrones anil made wrcckx,
of nations, and was only ended by Ihe irrc-
liicvahle defeat of the trench l.mperor on ihe
field of WatVrloo.
In the lame jwiper that conveys the great
news from 1'gypt the alitor summarizes the
newt from Ireland, which took from the 2S1I1
of September to Ihe 2d of October to reach
tandon from Dublin, in this sententious man
ner! MYcsUrday a mail aniicd from Ireland, and
In contradiction to the discredit that was at
tempted to he given in the Opposition papers
to the newt of Ihe defeat of the rebels In the
North of Ireland, we have the pleasure (o as
sert in to-day's paper the bulletin published at
Dublin Castle iesiiing that affair. It ap
pears that the few Krcnch officers who -were
left at KilUla to organiiefhe raw dish recruits,
found tlsein w savage and untutored that they
hid lust all their credit and Influence ulih
them, and at length we're obliged to have ic
Course to self defense to protect themselves.
We have the pleasuie to add that by the
process of General Trench'n operations, a dc.
ciJvc Wow has been given to every root and
fiber of rebellion in that quarter of the Uru;.
dom. . CiH.iHHOi Cunmtniul.
Alw)t do light.
THE CXOIM.ESS CZAR,
Twenty thousand troops, more or less reli
able, stationed along Ihe line of march to
Mocow. Hundred of police sent out from
St. Petersburg to patrol the streets of Moscow
and arrest all suspicious persons. Hereditary
ruler of Ktissia cowering cmwnless In his
caslle, in mortal terror of his loving subjects.
Irving subjects, w ith glass bombs and daggers,
hovering ominously everywhere, and auda
ciously declaring that the hereditary ruler shall
not lie crow ned on earth. Such are the pre
parations made so far for that imposing specta
cular ceremonial, the coronotion of Alexander
III., autocrat of all the Uusslas, omnipotent
ruler of millions of men, dearly-lielovcd father
of his people and head of the church. One
other and most essential preparation the Km
mess his a "cloth-of-silvcr train six )ards
long." Amlmsadors, tired of wailing for the
coronation, which was to have liecn last May,
have "alisentcil themselves" gone home in
disgust nnd with contempt in their hearts for a
crownless Crar, who has neither the determi
nation lo defy destiny nor the courage to ab
dicate. A pitiful picture this for servile tottering
rojolty of Kurojie to gae tpon. A mm arro
gantly assuming the liulit lo hold absolute
jxiwer over the lives, liberty nnd prntierty of
minions 01 either men because one 01 ins bar
Irttian ancestors was selected, for his strength
and courage, In lead their bnrliariin ancestors,
dire not place iion his head, in the presence
of his dutiful serfs, the mere symliol of his
authority. Custom, I lie most Inexorable of nil
Itws and the very essence of the divine right
of hereditary rule, decrees that n Crar without
a crown is no Crar at all, and therefore Alex
ander must wear the miraculous bauble or con
fess himself no more thin other men. Hut the
other men have learned bv successful experi
ment that Jour imperial Incarnation of divine
rignt may be blown asumicr by ujinnllcas
readily as any mere drudge, and some of them
arc in the humor to repeat the experiment.
The loyal servants of the Ciar have sent away
to Siberia and otherwise distxxed of a great
many iicrsons inclined lo dangerous cxcri
ments, but they cannot scndilt Russia to the
mines nor to the dungeons of Kicff, nnd all
Russia has ideas concerning constitutions anil
Ihe progressive qualities of dinamitc. Twenty
thousand soldiers guard the railway, but any
one of them may be only a Nihilist with a
government gun in his hand and absolutely no
regard lor lus own iile. such a man may pull
a trigger, even though a thousand (oval bay
onets hedge him In, and a pull of a trigger
may send even a Czar groping around in the
dubious hereafter for headgear and harps.
Nihilists arc even more active than the 1 111
pcrlalists in preparing for the great event at
.Moscow, but the urar docs not appear ttriecl
flattered by their manifestations of interest in
the long-delajcd ceremony. Their solicitude
seems to lie burdensome to him, and he has
evidently lost confidence In them and himself.
Strange that he docs not lose confidence in his
own right to kill them anil oppress them.
Locked up in a castlcand surrounded by armed
men, afraid to come, within arms' reach of al
most any human bcinir. fcarinc poison with
ev ery mouthful of food, know ing no peace of
mind sleeping or waking, expecting death at
every turn, and living only from hour to hour
unuer uic ivranny 01 terror, it is strange mat
the man called Alexander III. docs not per
ceive there is some radical defect in the doc
trine of divine richt. If he cannot sec the
fallacy of the theory he must at least realise
that there arc practical olistacles in the way of
e-xe-reisuit; amocrauc auiiiority over people
who Ihinkand know how to make glass bombs.
Hut the preparations for the coror.ation go
on. 1 luofi me oeing niovcti iiuiicr anu inn
her, police are active, ministers arc plotting,
and the I'mpress has a train six yards long
which she dares not don. And )et tile cere
mony may never take place, for Nihilists are
watching and sharpening their daggers. 1 ruly,
uneasy lies the head that wants a crown.
Hoiou AJvti liter.
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Andy by TELEPHONE NUMIIEK 79, or leav.
iur ordtn t l! Daily llullitim office, HollUer
it Co-'sorT. (l.'lltrum'i, Fori Street. Tuning,
Repairing, Rebuffing and KcaJlutting.
No. 107 Fort St., Honolulu. H. I.
IN EVERY 11KANCH
By O. F. WELLS, CtuielDeaJer.
Real EaUta General Basinet Agent,
No. 8 KING S1RKET.
Soliciior for Tin Satvkuav l'mcss. lU-jn
American Eagle Association
(Of lh UniUrd Slstes.
I Incorporated April 11, 1881.I
Irur.lm.iit anj i'rotecllon Combined. Pirslle In to
1 . wiim .i uiuvinu Hreci. aon rrauci'cu,
MARTIN ClllKIMtAN, Secretary.
Gr.OKOE CAVANAC.II I '
Local Aieenl, Honolulu.
Ei Steamer Majru, now Unjinf ,
Caeee at taoee las aCaalU Cigar,
so in the Loi,
lo tul it usually nJJ in IhU uailct.
Cues of MANILA CIGARS, joo In a lux, all ol
hith Kuaiaote tdtelu genuine Mawla
Hiim For sale by ISOLLESftCO.
QBE HOPP ft Co.,
jj Mauukta street,
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Ilooaea Wilt anj lU tepairiivt of rwuaes aiteadaj 10.
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Importer of Staple and
FANCY DRY GOODS,
Wreathes ami Feathers,
Ileal Ostrich Feathers,
On lhi occauon I specially ili to call the attention
of the ladies, to my mag magnificent itock of
etc,, etc., etc.,
Every description of Prints.
DRESS TRIMMINGS, LACES,
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It replete wllli the
AipUnJMly .UMKU4 stock of LADIES UND1.K-
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lliricfurc, ltAva no bid
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GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
At ewcl!nly LOW I'RICES.
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Cunier Eon aJ Hotel Street! 10)
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from llsMton, kuu.iw tbtn t b tlM)cr and
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JttM refetvftl .r Rite and AAW,
CbmKtinK In (art nf fnllw I
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS,
Denims, Drown ami White Cottom, Drills, Tick.
tugs, TiitUry level, Mrrtnos- black ami
coloreil, 4 qualities. Repps, Alpacas,
CobourRt, Italian Cloth anil
n lie. SI l l.i,
Dlack, Grot-grain, Fancy, Coloreil and Striped,
Uarrge, Crepe, &c,
Men's I'lirnlslilna (luwh,
Shirts, Woolen, Mlscd, Calico, Hickory, Dentm,
etc.. Merino ami Cotton Uiidertlilrtt, White
Uotoni Shirts, Socka ft Stockings, Gloves
Handkerchief, Foulardt, a' large In
voice of CLOTHING consisting
of Fine Black Cloth Coats and
l'antl, Buckskin Sacks,
I'.lnli and Suits, Kelt,
Sacks Ac Pants,
Doy's Shirts, and
Children's Jacket, I.
R Coats & Leggings, Mon
key ami Sailor Jacketi, Carpet
Slippers, Silk ami I, C. Umbrellas
amlraraiolt, Fancy nnd Travelling
Shawls, Cotton ami Turkish Towels,
White and Fancy Quilts, Felt Rugs anil tlnis
sels Carpeting, Silk ami Velvet Ribbons, Threads,
White and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sizes.
Scarlet, Orange, White Woolen and 4 p
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, Pants, Dn
Genuine Fan de Cologne. l,..b!n' Ii
lrtcn, 'loilct Soajiv I'lulocome. Hair
Oil, Lon.b-, Iooking(!ljses, I'ifc. I
K. ItilU, Hflrmunicas Ithnk Hooks,
Cold I-c-if, Jewclrj, Gold W..tclie,
Tape, Elastic, Scarfs, Albums,
Extension, Arm, Dining room nnd Parlor Chairs,
Settees, Mirrors, etc.,
Stttttltrt Cntjuhhi, (Itrttix, Stirntjt Lrnthrr,
HempA. I. U. l'acking, Coal llaskttt,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing riite, Cups. leaiot Ilowli, Cliamcr
Rice I)ihcs and llakers, l)cinijotins 3 and 5
Gallon., Simple Uottles Vavsand GlaMware, Manila
and'larrcd Hope, Coal Uacs, Gunme I wine,
Uurlap Wool pack and I willed Sacking, Linen Hose,
SUGAR AND RICE BAGS,
of all tiics and iuahlics.
Sardines in half and quarter boxes,
Salt In Jars, Castor Oil In tins. Matches,
Cocoanut Oil, Wash Blue, II. White Lead,
Stearine Candles, , 5. and 6, H. & P. Biscuit,
Hubbuck's Linseed Paint Oil, White Zinc Paint,
Dc Laarrc tils and Boutelleau 0 Branay
and other brands. Rum, Gin, St. Pnld
Beer, Ale and Porter, Port Wine,
Sherry, Rhine Wine, Fine and Table
Clarets, Champagne, Dry Hcid-
scick Monopole, Ch Faare, G.
H. Mumin & Co., Sparkling
Hock, Moselle, &c, &c,
German anil Jfuvunu Cigars,
I'lated ware SjHion, Tott-t, Cruets, Tel
sets, Cup, Wapkin Rings, Sahers, etc,
t'uclvet and Butcher Knhcs, Scisson. Sheep Shears
Needles, boon, RH'S Spurt, (,ahanued Basins,
I loon Iron, Keg Kitctt, Hammers, Ycllo
Alctal and Coniiokilion Nnih, Claiifiert
llabbilt Metal, Sugar Coolers,, Iron
Fire Clay, Blacksmith Coal, Fire Bricks, Tiles,
Empty Barrels, Oak Boats, &c.
Orders from the oilier Island carefully attended to.
It, llurhftlil X- l'i
T AINE & Co.,
Kokt Strfkt, tloMoiutv, II, I ,
WE BEG TO INFORM OUR PATRONS
'Hut He are constantly rccehing large ad
duions to our stock of
HAY AND GRAIN,
And a we iiurdiate in tarce lots For Cash,
are enabled lo
SELL AS LOW AS ANY OTHER FIRM.
Ilavtnc the LARGEST STOCK In the Klnzdom
with the best attortment. Buyers would do
well to obtain our prices before or
derlng elsewhere. We have a
J-Vcr MM fur Sale, irllh llrllmauil I'ullrli',
in good order. Will grind from 1 tu tf turn per day
Sole agents for the
The Cheapest, Simplest and Best in Use,
WoarolheontyacrhUfof Ihe J'.leH(,V;,rliiyt'ilr.
Any one rcquumi o of these carts, ran pro
cure them Ihcaiier llirou(h us Itun
by "asking our crocer" for
one, or lasin It nude
'NTERPRISE PLANING MILL.
u; r'usTSiMir, IIonolvu1, II, I,
C. J. Hardy and II, F. Beitclmann,
Contractors and Builders,
PUning, Shaping, Turning;,
Band and Scroll Sawing,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Door
aad Window Frames,
Stairs, made to order.
MOULDINGS AND FINISH,
Always on band.
AH orders WW or to,t stake, and Jailing pretufsly
Hvukiuasr made ta any twUlein siit
sittn ssvujte Ut kM. ek l MllMsW
nTtii ''in- "1 ir"-n'lriAl
?' UMi i , I, ,kliW.Ml1Mafci' 'JSfttayiHftsJ-
plino. II. DAVIBS & Co,
aoknts rou THE
Offrr fftr lefrm Iht MrffbH tf ifi" Ohernn nml
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING:
Print of btl ftttt.ift-.Vt rotnrt tllnc l)iim, uliite
Hnn Llntn IMII, imre rinetw,
111 no mitt Whtto Clinch Llvtnttixi,
Fancy Dress Goods,
Panc I'laidf KnU Cn.rt. Scarf, Tim, Crrt-att,
Liotlictit ninl raricv Work, IdieV Him,
Mm' White ami I trow n Owion Hair
llosc, Mni Iteady-nudts
CMlnnK, Indfi Rubber
RoRattn u ml Woolen Shlrtx
Itluc and Grey Uort I'bnkctx, White Cotton IlUnlrU
nil colors, kii nnd wriglm Woolen and
Canton 1 lanncU,
Velvet and Tapestry Carpctlngs,
CirirtU and Uur.
SUGAR BAGS, 20x36
Coat Bags, large and small,
Prime iimlity. heavy and ItKlitJItiirtapi. Twine,
Qalvanitotl CorniRatotl Roofing,
in 6, 7, 8. and g ftret lenethi, (34 gaiifie) xcrews and
uasncrft 10 mattn 1 ence ire, no. 5, o, 7,
iUnh Vhttritf Itotti ttmt fipthrv rout ;W VrV, I'll
tlrtrK.i, t'lrr t'ttifh
Uhltiuu, Citato, VtUotP Ortnr,
A full assortment of GENTS' SADDLES
also a few very nice Ladies' Saddles,
Saddle Cloths, Bridles, etc.,
3, 5 and 7 ) arils lengtli,
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," sizes ,',
H 7-C, H inch, Floor oilcloths,
ALES, WINES AND LIQUORS,
"Pis Brand" Stout, In pints and quarts,
Guinness' Stout, Belfast Ginger Ale,
Blood & Wolfe's Ale, pints and quaits,
Bass' Ale In pints and quarts,
India Pale Ale In pints and quarts,
Fine French Brandy In bulk and cases,
llennesty'i Brandy In cases, , ", and ""
Old Tom, Cheap Brandy In cases.
Old Scotch and Irish Whiskies,
Duplettls, "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., fie Co.,
Honolulu, It. I
WouU taVe this iiiciIumI of Iiiforiniiic the nlubilants'o
Honolulu, and the other IfcUtult tlial
Jtiey have opened a
Stationery and News Depot in the New
Hawaiian Gazette Block. No. 24 Mer
chant Street, where they are prepared
to furnish ,
ilia nk Hooks,
Ink ami Maritime,
In ipiarls, pints, lialf-pints, ami cones.
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
Cap, Envelopes, Papeteries, etc, etc
llnlrrn taken far huh jirrlW i .if or nrir
Htjer Ihtit mny 6 ifrfi-rf.
IYoco4 attention oill U citen to the Maihnz
of Papers 10 toUcriters on auy of 1U0 other
WUoJt also, aicnlt for the
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Onlirs Cut KrJ KutUr Sf.nipt meive.1 anj fomptly
Till'. COIDNNADKI I IIAVK HI I. I'l.FAS
ure of aAHMUiKUtg thai I oftMil a nc
Ucuaiuani, at 7 Mauaakea street, near ilx riJi
MaiUl, aol aw eufe.l lo furnish a Iiiit-cuii
ltiealf4si. Iliiuwr. Suiocr. or lainth. la all ho. favef
m with a call, as I tmchtltl Itillbs I'are of ltt Colutt.
iud to Imlutle all that the nurVet affords. I ant wy
ofl chief cuuk, and can asswaotee that 1msm wIhj
givenseacalt vtAlbe ulis(W.l wiih the ft and sr.
k. Board It so a trcek) Slnjle Meals sscts.
Alan on hnd-(,ucr l-up'on lu. WILLIAM
II JIAMl.-s, Ul iUmI Cool l 11.4 -un l-ointr. loo
rmnil.int irt ? at $tva aa4 (- cuh.
o assjosuoaMy Ws tftlrsa4t U, h U. &.'tr4r
rew,,. rut ak M I HUH. U. THktUM " street
tsef. ' loVe
r-sASTLE & COOKn,
Kowhuiv, II I
Would call attention to their Large ami
varied Stock of
Cowry! of the umlntlM I'atK ftttl
In? M6liI llfeKlrTH l NWS I'tow, Mo
lint Sc4! riwi-eli --iWrt, jr., Cditi
Vtrta Utrt Miertl ,
John Dporo'a Oull; Plow,
I'ltnters I loes of llie il males,
inssiNS' ci'.LiimiAir.i) c.tr. knivf.s
made to vtiltr, Ames' Mioselt ami Sude4,
llinleti Hues, Canal Harrow, 6s
llows, Voke4i, Chains I'cme
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUOAR BAGS. SUGAR KEGS,
Sw:rm Oil, Cjltmlrr. I-inl
Atkl KertKrne Oil. I 'effect
LuWicatyrn, I'luintago, At
Itnny Jra. Disstun' an J
S ximlj. I ile, nllslcnnd
kinds htcitn I'ackinp, I Ut
ami Round Indu KiiMr.
AiltfM a oil Skiii Stonp,
1 l.ix 1'ackinz, liulia Kn1-
lr Iliwe. ) toiincli, I'ipc
and Coiiptincs Nut Ami
WaUitr. fmiOicd, Mnclilne
ljhs.all hc. Cold ijresil
Carpenter' Hammer, Pipe
Culler, W Indies, 8 inch to
9 inch. AmiU, Vices Iul
hcraers (irimKtones, Hcai
American It.ir Ironand'lool
ISltol, Itnilderft llardarr.
nil kind and M)le, Hub
buck's I'aintt nnd Oils raw
and .Miled, Small I'aintttn
Od, In larue varieu. Dry
l'aints liniticr. cnetian.
Red, Ochres. Metallic. &c,
lihint?. tier man indow
ais'td fcifc, Manila Kujiti
No. t and t Flour, No. s 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 I'nN
ttcr ICrnrvriti tttt, MmiohN (Wi
trlfuytti I.I nt tiff 9, 14 Inch, Ituhhvr
.Sj.W'if finrf 1'tinrttM JVfi.r just at
hand.Blake Steam Punm Valves, Pack
In . he, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, IrrlfratintSc Vacuum Pumps
Weston's P.itcnt Centrifugals Complete.
ALWI ON CONSirHRNT
California lla, Itailry, I'ulitoe. Itarrt-U
bulmun, Hams Aleiot Mixture for I toiler
and Strain lie. erv (.hcau. I ence Wire
and Stailcs, (itlvanized Uoolinn.
fc Wilcox and (Idtli'it Automatic; Sincer Manufaftttrinc
Comruny, Anoricd; Keiiiiin;toii Loniiany. Kantdv;
anuai luuoru rnces.
New Goods by every arrival from England, New
ioric anu san rrancisco.
1 Now Trnctlon Unulno. 8-hormo power
Orders from the other Kbndi filled at Hot Kates and
mill un: at ch.
jpENERAL BUSINESS INFORMATION!
J. . WISEMAN.
Real ERtato 13rolcer,
Offer the folluwluK schedule t
IlKAU'IirUI, COITAC.r.-onecf ll. mast Uaml
ful Dtlai;es on 1 oit meet, to rent. Home contuiut
six rotims. bath, etc., stable., amiiltf eroundi, sliadv
irce, tic. ttcnt 4Ho a montli.
A 1 LUIM-U a LDUNIKV ()1 In .Vat i
1'oaHaa Valley, half mile from Post Office, kituale
011 the main road (I'mtchtuw I street). I tout contains
7 roumt, situate on an acre of gtuumL Lnrs loomy
kiaoiv, nun 4 Kiaii. nay ijii mm nu conveniences.
ChkLcn yard latticed ncaily, fencing all around J nouil
(taurase ; water on inc prcnuev
Rental on lease, $130 a year.
COn'Ar.K on Kint treet-cotiifofu!ile, and neatly
tsviu sHjjv.iiM'.t j.iist t, 'VPMita iriiufiitsT, vu'
tain 5 tooms. lutli. water, neat croutwlt,
Rental $ a month.
COITAnK on Llbha street near Klnir &lrl. rnn.
latu j rucftis teiiar. stuue. carrUfie ItuuHr,TiaUaxk,
. i " .. . . - -.---.-----.-"-.
K.trucn anu ncai Kiuunus.
$jo rent a moiitli.
A PI.UASANT IIOMKSIKAD.at Kahlhl, mUet
iroin town Auiic ijroutiJs suttaUe fur dairy pur
lUMs C irrijcaliwnr
Lease, $y a year.
A COMFOUTAItl.K KKS1DKNCK on lU WVilill
riuti, 1 t-a mues from town. itou iiasBruonis
uith all riKidtrn iniiiQenints UitU, thkLen Ikhim
Rental 30 a year.
SMALL COT! A OK on Judd street, adjoining f-
trier iewiKnc i .tn. j i. vauiu lioux cvntatni
4 rnis stable, thicken Uoutx, etc.. Mtuatt mi k
acrefruuiHL txavof t )cars to sell fur $foo th
buiMin to Ultmi to (Im ountuuer
Rent of land Sy a year.
A ftlrWlw lHvetateai
COITAOKtQKKNraiklrUKNMUtu; f SM.V.
in a uiuii jfxmn CMtage wi uuteu street, near
PuuchUfM I MreeC r unuture sell ( ..
Cottagv rents for $1 per month.
TWO IIOUSK-S HKNT and FUKS'irUUK U
S.LL,onAUkea street U4I1 Ikmucs situate ou
dcrti M, r unuluit tu svll cheaji.
ReuUl 5ij a month,
1INK IIUILDINC. SirKtobFLIss-situaieDtiKuu.
anu Ut, abu first UWj;, lxt tjuua
Pi ice $s,ooo.
SOM K t ACKV.S on the Valley road. Uv th ke
wmVs- I U lcae m sell,
HKAinifUl- KhSIDKNCT. Mhalwenkncs
at Kmhl. iiUAt(4iaafiL4, ttitha atrev mlr-.
inj UvuJ iutHraiets4aJMnriie4ttvii.K. HiH
lUM ftt MtiCM
l'rt ofhuMmtM tu rnt tu ttt mretloiiM vf
llunt4uln mikI utmkirtm$ Mmnry lt hmn
u jttrlitM ren rltvf ilnntt uMcm but
aiW sjsvtrtrif 1 rtr
iot-w OFFICE t; Ucrchant t
KAVAfiK KOriL'Ll '1IIIC UNDl.KSKlVcii
U lii to tuofe lus ui frir4. an.1 (suaum
... ihilMr. N. I'V.'IKKMIN baa tUr. U bis .liar.
a & Usuwss, anj that U IH U iJasued t4 unoaunir
sUt.th.uiq thai tine okh'his! Ilwr isaus on in
Ii.ach. Hlii(up1VswKa. it hea yiMI M
;1mu... wtsMorJciiaiiUQlCc. oa !,. Ktis.1,
U4.M ikl..'. u.1 1UK4I'. t)l Mgtt lb.
imtnUe, tj. lot 11. 11 KOIit.KlSo.V.
B0IaX)NA SAUS.K1K, IN TIN CASKS, JUST
w sassj, f(. ami la wfs seOw. far ii, ty
AlilNlJ AN l O.IKKAN 18- SULTAMA KM
ma au4 tuul CnniiM. In twajW
POK SA.V FRANCISCO.
The Hawaiian Daik
Miukk. Mas trw,
frttunt or Mite M&y to
in? r. t. gy.iiniirr.is. a W( n'""i
poll SAN fKANCISCO,
T)i Amettean Ilatlenttrrt
"; L LA,"
UHI sail on or alwil the iih lost. For Freight or
I'aswce art'tr t" C liltKU KH Ox
POK SAN FKANCISCO.
In. Amerlean llttkenttne
Will lv tiutek cNttch tw th ftlvvi! pmt Kof
it4 tT AtthU
Aornr ton 11IR rotumirro cossikss
(tl'.N. SIFtlllU KAUJNA.
I'LAO :-Ke.l lili Uliile HalL
Ofliee rwner ff
Queen art.1 Nmiami Street
CLANIC STF-MSIIIf COMPANY
HieAl Ittillsh Steamer
Will leave San Praixtisco for llonolnhi the
9U1 Day of each Month,
Itetiirn'uiii from Honolulu on llie eiml Jar ef each
month. San lramia. Aeenis.
J D.Hl'KI'CKI'.I.Sft 11UOS.,
Honolulu Agents. )l Mallei St..
Wm. 11. IKWIM SCo, 01
nn: nu hi xixiro,
llavinjr umlereone estensire remirs, with a Rrl in
venlory, ami well found In Sails, KiecinsS 'c is
now pflcreil for sale. For Faniilitars iiwlture nf
pl.AN'IF.R'S I.INi:i'OK SAN IIUNtlSCO
niimri:n ,v Co., Agents,
Merchandise receisetl Kloiaee I'rre, and literal cash
advances mide on tliininenlt iy this line
STJU jV E 11 JjfKJSL riUJ,
Steamer I ilehle will leave Honolulu each Tuetdiy
at 4 r. m . touching at 1-ihalna, MaaUea H.iy. Maleru,
MahuVona, Kawauiae, !at.nahfclKennd lino.
KeturninK will touch at all the a1e xitt, arriving
nt Houutulu each Sunday a, m
When other boot and other shoes
Have nut been wearing well,
Ami by the hngtiaee tint yotf ue
It's I'hln there Wn a sell.
With worn out sulcs buckles off
And buttons too
"lis a shame to sec.
In such a scene all we nOc
And Mrarm or hulton too,
"1 would be a fchamc to see;
Then nil t aik that ton
May go and growl no more
Itut buy our liuots and bhoes
At .r.kl'S 114 Fort Street Store. Si.ijt
Neu door 10 HacUcId ft. Co.'s
Honolulu, II. 1.,
Of the Hawaiian Islands. All kinds of Kepairine and
Wheel link in j executed on the mott scientific pnn
cifrlcs. At this 'ettatliOiment horfces are
In the P. Jack smiths detaitment all woik will lc turned
cut in the future, as In lhca4. by first -tlass
We do not confine our attention to Carrlace and Muggy
nuking eidiiMvcl), Orders fur any Ltudof u
wheeled vehicle received and iiroinptiyeacculrtl
Our Usual Supply of requirements for the Trade
Oiders from tlie other Islands will receive our best at
ONOLULU CLOTHING EM-
To make room for a NMV LONSIONMKNT uT
on the way from KUROI'I', the present ttocL. wilt be
S6ld irjuiittrmit itf Cunt
A. M. M IM.l.lS, 104 Putt Street,
toj Honolulu, II. I.
ONOLULU C1.0I1IIN0. KMl'OUIUM,
K11. 104 I'ort Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Millinery and Dressmaking
Connected, with llie cmlses,
105 If A. M. MK l.l.l S, iVtiiitieior.
P J HIGGINS
Insllet nltenllun la lilt
riNE stock or OASUSIAQSS,
ExUauloa Top Ostt-ssmtlar,
tic, t. HiiJds j Co., Ameslniry.'Mass.)
Enreltit Twtwklttd Cart.
Conoortl Ojm WnajoB,
11 rariUnes an ut encetlciit orVnunsl.li, lU l.iv.
musimmii. iimsHH utanuiasiorteSf are aitlac.
lisc, and Hi. UeH ilesljivt, 'Diet;
THE LOWEST PMOBB.
II. also keeps a (uel un4f ut tlesiraU. ssvsvhI lujsi,
lAiTUgnt vthklt t. U1 sell SI low Ust.
SINtll.i: AND lKJUUI.r. 1IAKNK.VH-.II ktmis.
ktiiln anj yauttin doue al tliurl uuitsv
I HOPP Ik Co., 74 King tlr.et.
Ifri,l ami ilxJ4itriri
f wfj uBGwwWwBb SsS SJtSSsfwaWS
Ti tH. IWrt iTiU.n.l.MS 1a4i, W'
C4fa tMy sibs4RiilNt Ss4 leatsswilV
trwwsJ, HuMwhej imJ Huuim t4 Le
MWf H4UtM Pfstt4f 4Vk4
s4sSswsyNj m ssf4
W Art ooU4 for it-ieu
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