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Honolulu, HEa-wa.iia.ii Islands: Saturday, November 17, 1SS3.
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The lltiltetln ay "trmle wild the Snml
vvicli Islamls tt Increasing " and 1mc Id words
of Irulh nml wtollOm on the statement that " the
Mariposa entile fit the tdarxlj to-morron the
largwt cargo erer sent ffSm thl port to the
The above 1vthe lieiit evidence of your con
tinued prosperity, looking at it ofi one tide
only, Imt how almt the new Artter of tltlnjjt
which "corrals "all (lie freight, learing the
old timers not In the cold and forcing ouch
vessels aa the .Murray, Kalakatii, I'nlkenlnirg
and Lamjwon, whoee "sighting" In jeara
gone Iry line gladdened many hearts, and
whose occupation In now nearly gone. It III
)ecoinc one wielding so weak a. pen M mine
to prognosticate the remit of too much mono
poly, bttt many whotirc interested in the wel
fare of your country and jwople, do not hesi
tate to express Ihcir doubt of the new arrange
ment being aught else than a very lirgc
nail In your coffin so far as the treaty is con
cerned. Of course the Chronicle is "only the
Chronicle," but cerylody rctils it, cverylrotly
li IntcrcMcri In the "Opera lioulTe Kingdom,"
and the general belief 1 in the cnTrectncss of
much that is contained in it column notices
and lint notnc one thoroughly posted furnishes
Sugir is lower, so snjs report, first notable
change since March. What docs it nil mean ?
And It must be something llils fcllir can't
End out. Hut it looks as though there might
lie method in lowering the price, as the pros
pect of rive in freights seems so good.
The current news of the day has little Interest
for you. We are all preparing for winter which
promises plenty oi moisture and in some sec
tions the "wise-acres " prophecy n flood be
cause the experiences of past earj have shown
a most slngulir n-gjihrity in the recurrence of
those flood which base done so much damage
to towns and crops in the interior. However,
as many believe eastern Immigration lias trans
formed our climite, perhaps the change may
extend to the watery elements as well.
1'erhaps the railroads are not getting plen
tiful witli us, for here comes the United
Mites Central Hailroad.to whose prospectus is
affixed a georgcous array of names, the array
being more brilliant than the names, for if the
stability of the new enterprise depends upon
the fortune of wmie who-.c names adorn the
charier, the glory will be short lived. "United
Slates Central Railroad," how impressive it
sounds on paper j but wcU-sec. I'cople
did not billet c in the success of the Suez
Canal, but look at it ; its duplicate would
never be started at Panama, but the " war Ins
licgun," and thousands are laving down their
lives for the enterprise, kindly assisted by mi-'
ssrr.atic influences over which they have no
Hut we have one enterprise now fully in
slnpe which admits of no doubtful rendering, I
refer to the incorporation of the Pacific Whal
ing Companv,, comjoscd of successful business
men who have b) jcars of experience become
fully (pialificd to make this a grand success and
a very important adjunct of our manufacturing
tnterests, the calculation being not only to treat
all oils and other results of Arctic ventures, but
to build here steam whalers, Iron ship?, and in
fact to furnish most every means of transporta
tion, at some convenient point for our shipping,
and fit out in every particular such vessels as
maybenceded forthcirtllfiercntvojages. The
stock is high up in the millions, and the cor
poration will certainly prove a strong one, be
ing composed of monej, brains and energy.
As a paper truly siys, "The merchant prince-,
of New Ikdford have amassed large foitunes
at this business, assing our doors to do so ;
and we are pleased to sec, at last, men who
have grown up with our city and state reach
ing out for the business."
Soutli San l'rancisco with its sugar refinery,
oil works, and abattoirs will soon rival the
odors of Araby the lllcst, for the combination
is something not soon forgotten. The new
coinjuny of oil refiners have secured a site
500 by 200 feel, at deep water ,so that the
whalers may discharge cargo at easy distances
from the refiner), thereby saving expensive
handling, cartage ami-much leakage. Know
ing how much Interest jour old residents had
years ago in the whaling business, I have
quoted thus largely.
From oil stock to any other stock seems
easy work nfter so much lucubration, and so I
note 1 awaiian Commercial as selling at 9),
O Ttmftntl 0 "AmciI" Shades of the
departed 1 Where now aic thy dividends ? Is
there no balm in Gilcul ?
Some people think the new freight rate be
tween sour slime and ours will be $5 per ton
Imth w a) . And a captain of one v esscl about
to draw oir rcmirked he would contract to
carry both wavs at $3.50 per ton, going or
coining, mi evidently somebody intends to
make money, unless the figures are all wrong.
Amusements with us are at low ebb 1 " Ro
many R)c," at the California j scenic edicts,
automatic scenery, blood and thunder, poor
acting and fair houses j town posted with life
site scenes from the play In gorgous colors,
fall In keeping with the piece itself j which,
though a drawing play in New York, suits not
fastidious San Francisco. Minstrelsy holds the
boards on Hush .Street, two companies pla)ing
viiit-fit, A new- joke commands premium,
old ones being the rule. Grand Opera House
furnishes "Maicppa" at J5ccntssight,thestar
Jieng Ae Gaylon, who tssuved "Pinafore"
at the Hawaiian theatre in 18S0. 1'ootc gives
" Chimes of Nornund) " and Vienna (ijrdcns.
' Tbe hpauUli students," whose guitar pla)
log though considered TCrytine, I have heard
as well done by native bo) in Honolulu sere
nading for a "hapalua," but then languish
eyes and a picturesque costume as agsirut
sleepy eyes and a few clothes may take some
of the glamour,
Talking of music, we arc really developing
considerable talent in the way of insttumcntal.
Uts, and several of our societies have amateur
performers who furnish most excellent enter
uiuuwm, and when one andcistands the
anuiura if pothtye hard work and application
rcquiir-d for one to acquire anything like pro
ficiency, the insult is really grattfving. nCon
eecls arc fairly attended, provided the location
it i4, the tickets gratuitous and the evening
fine, but our best attended muslcales are thox
of the IxwiKg dab, which i nrtetly Invitation
ami by all considered as very swell, full drew
lwmg exneeted, and "creme de la creme'j
more prominent than "skim milk."
The Chinese question will probably furnish
the material for many a newspaper dfscmetnn for
sbme time to come. It Iras Iwen the cmtom fer
some people to rather depie the pigtail race,
to lxliale their Intelligence and give tbein
credit for submission nndcr insult. Not that
011 r own people hare, a a rule, thmtght all
this, way, Init foreigners vfhoee right to dictate
is questionable. I think die Chinese have
shown themselves smarter than our govern
ment In the management of the restriction liw.
Many arc constantly arriving with proper
certificates entitling them (0 lind, bringing up
questions which Our judges are psvrlctl to
answer, so that at present the despised race
hold llie fort and " many more countries to
hear from." Judge HolTmin seems to think if
much peddlers and the like can be classed as
merchants, the door will be opened wide
enough to let all in, and for my part I trust a
sufficient number may soon be at band that
good Chinese servants may be obtained at
suilable wages; for now Ihey command lluir
own hgurc and return unsatisfictorv atten
dance j they know the value of their libor
and do not abate one jot j they demand full
piywcckl), promptly and no credit which
plan. If adopted by our own people, would
make money easier and the truth realised of
short credit making long friends, An)wav,
our restriction policy is awfully lame some
where, and so long as there Is a vulnerable
point in our armor the almond-C)al will go for
it, and with good show of success,
The Saturday Press has alwajs "held the
edge" for typographical appeirancc, but imist
look to its laurels, for our new Alta California
comes out in fine stjlc under the new regime,
and has not only changed its politics from
' Republican to Democratic, but comes out in
beautiful tjpc, as an extra inducement for
people to take what has not heretofore been
a popular sheet. The Call, Chronicle, and
Bulletin arc not as easily read as sonic old ivcs
could wish, so the handsome clear cutlinis of
the Alta are a great relief. The Alta has taken
a new lease of life and has everj thing In its
favor now lmt its politics that is, so far as the
writer is concerned.
Yellow fever seems to have a hard tune ob
taining a foothold, for though trving by each
steamer to give us a dose, the cold weather
soon drives it awa. Another steamer arrived
jestcrdi) having three cases on board, and our
officers in the quarantine department were so
negligent as to allow the vessel to approich
within nearly one hundred j arils of the wharf
before the true condition of the passengers was
ascertained, much blame being attached to the
captain for not hoisting the yellow flag.
Yclluw fever is too terrible a disexsc to be
trilled with, and the difference of climate
should not warrant our doctors in carelessness,
for the fever his been known to attack people
months after danger had apparently passed.
Whooping cough is very irati in San
l'rancisco and across the bay. Some schools
are completely demoralised by the non-attendance
of scholars through their illness or that
of some member of their household, and while
the cough is not by an) means necessarily fatal,
the poor little ones are racked and tortured
till life seems almost n burden, the sharp
"whoop" causing many sleepless nights to
parents, and a prospect of continuance through
the winter months is not pleasant to contem
San Francisco, October 31, 1SS3.
A pastoral has been issued by Rev. J, A.
Cruzan, of Fort-Street Church, inviting the
co-operation of Ids parishioners in the many
phases of church work, classified under the
following heads and sab-heads: Worship
Regular Sunday Service, Pra)er Meeting,
Ladies' Pra)er Meeting, Young People's
Society of Christian Endeavor, Family Wor
ship; Instruction The Sunday School, the
Meeting for llible Study; Aggressive Work
Sunday Evening Service, The Y. M. C. A.
Service, Neighborhood Meetings, Saturday
Uvinlng Gospel Temperance Meetings; Mis
sion Work Missionary Concert, Woman's
Hoard, Missionary Gleaners; Social Depart
ment Ladies' Society, Welcome, S)inpathy
and Help, Y. M. C. A. Temperance Enter
tainments; Miscellaneous Work Church
Decorations, Temperance. Sixty-six que,
lions are asked in the pastoral catechism,
covering every essential phase of the most
active Christian life. If the pastor's icalous
generalship receive the hearty support of a
majority of his parish, there cannot fail to
follow good results. It-is dev outly to be hoped
that the heavy burdens now laid upon the
shoulders of the devoted leaders in Ilonolulan
church work may be lightened by a more
general awakening to the need of full and self
A lul,,Ut mi.
Thejiainmcr and longs writer of the Press,
who is never so happy as when (laying a con
temporary for his faulty English or dipping the
nib of his pen in the gore of the t)ro satirists
ujionwhom he wages such pitiless war, was
severely sat upon week before last. He came
into the office Saturday morning with marked
copies of the Bulletin, Advertiser and Gaiclte
In his hands. Grinning as nearly from ear to
ear as was possible for one of his chiselled
features, he pointed out to the city editor a
number of typographical errors upon which he
purposed to comment. His senior opened the
drawer in his desk and pulled out a marked
copy of last Saturday's Press. "Young nun,"
he taid, "before )Ou kill off any of the fellows
on the other papers you'd better kilt oil' the
proof reader and one or two of the compositors
on this." And then be pointed out to the
hammer and ti,ngs young man five "simple,
plain, common, onlinary" typographical errors,
a brace of inversions which completely altered
the sense of the paragraphs in which Ihey oc
curred, and half a dcucn example of false
syntax. The young man went over to his own
desk and sat down pensively. The city editor
winked at his reflection in the mcqullo-bittcn
window pane. Tell it not in Gath the
hammer and tongs young man had read the
Tlf I titrrlrttn Thrrrrttt Sfffi,,
Oood hy old stamp, il'n nily lk
Tht milt nnr frildtilfi n,
Yt hn ohcrs filled vou Kamtlr Mock,
Hut now jwft'rr got to 90.
So herc'i flood of hone lers,
And hn's an hottest slah
(lood hjr, old friend of Bifiy years
Oood-by, old tainr, good by t
Your life Km been a varied one,
With cnrloM r-hnew fraoaat
dometlnvss a check, sometimes a den,
Your daily coming brought
Snttfee to a wafting torera face,
Tears to a mother eye,
Or Joy or pain to every place
Gond-h) , oM ttant)f, good by I
Vou brftrcl) tolltd, ml Utter mwl
Will vouch for lnt I say!
Although yen hare been Hewed, 'iwiu s hen '
Votir face turned t'other way,
Twaa often in a bo you Rot
(As you uill net deny),
Fr olnt?ihroii(h the malls I not
Good b, oh ttamp, good Ly I
Ah, In our lat expiring breath
The tale of j ears I heard
The ound of voices hmhed in death
A mother's d)tng word,
A maiden's answer, ft and eet,
A life's regretful sijh,
The patter of a baby's feet
Good b), old stamp, good by 1
VV hat wonder, then, that at this time,
When you and I must part,
1 should Aspire to speak In rhyme
'Hie promptings of my heart,
Go, biJe with all those mem'ries dear
That live when others die
You've noM) served our purpose here,
Good b), old stamp, good by I
M, LcCat, in a memoir reid before the Acad
cmyof Scicnccsat Kouen, gives the following
account of giants that are said to have existed
in different ages: " Profine historians have
given seven feet of height to Hercules, their first
hero, and in our day we have seen men eight
feet high. The giant who was shown in
Rouen, in 1834, measured eight feet some
inches. The Emperor Maximus was of that
sire. Shcnkins and Platerus, physicians of the
last century, saw several of that stature, and
Gorepius saw a girl who was ten feet high.
The body of Orestes, according to the Greeks,
was eleven feet and a half, the giant Galbira,
brought fron Arabia to Rome, under Claudius
Cesar, was near ten feet high ; and the bones
ofSecondillaand Pusio, keepers of the gardens
ofSalluat, wcrcbutsixinchesshortcr. Funnlm,
a Scotchman, who lived in the time ofEuecne
II., King of Scotland, measured eleven fcetand
a half; and Jacob Le Maire, in his vo)age to
the Straits of Magellan, reports that on the 17th
of Dcccmlwr, 1615, they found at Port Desire
several graves covered with stones, nnd having
the curiosity to remov e the stones, they discov el ed
human skeletons ten and clcv en feet long. The
Chevalier Scory, in his voy age to the Peak of
Tcnerifie, sa) s they found in one of the sepulchral
caverns in that mountain thelieael ofagaunche,
which had eighty teeth, and that the bly nits
not less than fifteon feet long. Thegiant Ferra
gus, slain by Orlando, nephew of Charlemagne,
was eighteen feet high. Roland, a celebrated
anatomist, who wrote in 1614, says some years
before there was to be seen in the suburbs of
St, Germain the tomb of the great giant Isoret,
who was twenty feet high. In Rouen, in 1500,
in digging in the ditches near the Dominicans,
they found a stone-tomb containing a skeleton,
whose skull held a bushel of corn, and whose
shin bone reached up to the girdle of the tallest
man there, being about four feet long, and
consequently the body must have been seven
teen or eighteen feet high. Upon the tomb
was a plate of copper, whereon was engraved
' In this tomb lies the noble and puissant lord,
the Chevalier Ricon de Vallemont and his
Ixmcs.' Platerus, a very lamous physician,
declares that he saw at Lucerne the body of
a man which must have been at least nineteen
feet high. Vallancc, of Dauphiny, boasts of
possessing the bones of the giant Uucart,
tyrant of the Vivarias, who was slain with an
arrow by the Count de Cabillon, his vassal.
The Dominicans had a part of the shin-bone,
with the articulation of his knee, and his
figure painted in fresco, with an inscription
showing that this giant was twenty-two and a
half feet high, and his bones were found in
1705, near the banks of the Morderi, a little
river near the foot of the mountain of Crusal,
upon which (traditibn says) the giant dwelt."
Corner NUUANU and QUEEN STREETS.
(.1. o a ktj: yu k 1:0 ,
Dry aad Faof- Good,
House Furnishing Goods
Boots and Shots
Genu' Furnishing Goods, Clothing,
ruLL us. a or Korios,
DOiS AND SOUTHS CUOTHINO A '
SPECIAL! TV, "" ""
64-ia ' '
ARTISTIC STATIONERY, la grufvwtty, at
THOS. G. t likUM S Kon street,
,VH JtlST RECfllVti.) Till', bAUOtiST
ART AND HOLIDAY GOODS
Ever brsni'gWtnlo this country.
amo.no Tim riCTUnES hat be siev
fTtie Popular Paintings of Flowers and
All of the above are
Flowers and Fruit in Water Colors and Colored Lithographs, Studies of Madame Vouga
said to be the finest ever made.
i - s-
- '-,' &F
20,000 feat of Moulding for Fraune
f Card, Cabinet, and Doudoir FRAMES,
.tTATPA Itl'. InJtarbtet'JiltqiiennmlKl'Intitr. Cv
JAPANESE TEA-SETS, MOUSTAUCH CUPSandSVUCERS In many styles, etc'
' WORK DASKETS and BASKET STANDS
Glove and Handkerchief BOXES,
Jewel cases, Oil Cases ,
Brackets in all sizes and styles
Bgquet and Cigar Tables,
The very latest Styles of CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR'S CARDS.
All kind, of Nc-.?WS
PIANOS, - ' ORGANS, GUITARS,
ACCORDIONS, VIOLINS,. -
DRUMS, FLUTES, HFES,
. ' AND BRASS
The very best Strings, for all String Instruaitnis.
" " - ODD CHAIRS,
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We 'wlttjb; pleased ! every body tall and veitmU our goods, as we ore confident that many ' the
artkUt la our uoreare entirely new to this couauy." ' K' "
IT-IS NO TROUBLE
' aM'ORDERSlfromllse.OTHeR ISLANDS wiU hast oar careful atteatlonl
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IMPORfAtlfcN OF v '
Fruit, by Mrs. GUIert.
Fruit and Landicapes, by Professor Strong.
subjects of this country.
and Corniotx, including every style new and old.
Velvet, Native Carved Wood, Ebony, etc
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I" "" I"'1 "
JsasatM Wall pastrami rami Screens, etc
TO SHOW GOODS.
.r Af v"vt
DENSON, SMITH, & CO,
DRTJOaiSTS & PERFUMERS.
ttj FoT Srari-T Honoiiili;, II. I
Tollat Artlolne nntl Frtnoj- Goods.
LAmtn' akii (ir.RTLOirN's
Tailot D r o I 11 K Gnno.
ELEGANT IIAI1V IOILKT SETS
IW St.VfHAL StlLM.
Saobot Pnwilon nntl Fnco Powdors
lt r.KEVT VARIItTV.
A costriRTit tlNa or
Iittmlborg'a Colofirntotl Perfutnory,
Eatracts, Colognes, Lavender Water, Etc
Our Prices Are Always Exceptionally Low,
TnLSruosE No. 107. 111 tf
FANCY COLORED GLASS,
Just received and for sale ex Abergeldic and
Hankow, from London,
ATTIIE HONOLULU STEAM PLAN1N0MILL
THE rtNEST ASSORTSIENT Or
I'nnci Colurril ainm ,...30x10 hirhea
May be found at the above establishment.
Also, PLA1 E GLASS, from 9x13 Inches to isxia feet
THE ABOVE IS ,
OFFERED AT REASON MILE RATES
An Early Call Is Solicited.
lloiotulu Steam Planing Mill.
,E U C A,LibF O R M
f "X .
HOLLISTER k CO
Nuuanu street, and corner of Fort and Mcrchanlstrccts
E W G O.O D.S
just CEirio ex
" Martha Davis," " .Msllijste," and eipected ex
Marinota" and other vessels
Boston Card Matches,
Horse Shoes and Nails,
DOW NERS and NOONDAY Oil,
. .' Lubricating Oils of all kinds, , ,
. Cut Nails, all site.,
n 4- Clinch Nails, all sl.es,
. , . Cotton Waste In bales,
' BUelsmllh's il.llo.s.
" , Cheap Rlra Clocks,
, - Garden llroonu
Urowtt Soap, in cases.
Wire Hanging Baskets for Ferns, c,
line's Plantation Hoes,
i Inch Goose neck Socket Hoes,
Ice Cream t rccrcrs.
I,avr4 Mowers, best kind,
Case's Genuine Amoskeag lenlnii.
Case's Geoulue Amoskeag MannelA Snipe,
Besides a thousand anieles la the Hardware line always
Sooa expected, not by the "Spartan," a most com
plete assofttneru of
Hull't Htttl flw$ ana Urtaktrt,
With extra Handles, Beatu and Points.
All these etstl be feuad at the ourner brick store J
Its E. 0. HALL. & SON, Limited.
JEW STYLES of Cvrteuss, UsoUejuios and
sf ndMs: isms can have your chows at A. XI.
ELLIS', tAlltcel street. lis
CRUSHED S1KAWBERRV, Tea sja, and
aU oshc thtd lA plsmea, you Sf at Al
MELLlT, ts PwrstresL ' it
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
OFtER I OR SALE,
From the eargwe of I lie Malltgate and other recent
veisels. llie fallow ln
Dry Goods and Clolhiiur:
I'rlntsof the latest n)!w,f.i colors:
Blue Denims, llroon 1 Inen Drills,
While Crovilolt .Sheetlnsr,
llorrock's lini( Cloths. Water,rsef 'I weeds,
1 oels and Fowehnir, C,las 1 owcls,
'Iable Ctolhs, Table Napkins,
Pure Linens, Slinwls, Dros Gootli
Grenadines, AVliItc! and falorrd hilks.
Colored Sallns, (Iras Cloths,
Artificial I lowers and leathers,
fotlnn llandkenhlers, bilk Handkerchiefs.
I able Covers, woolen, ColoirdSalieensaml Crapea
fancy Mixture and Blue and Gray Hlnnels,
v ictorlv J ns, Brooks' Spoil Colton,
Blue and W hlte Check Llslados,
FANCY DRESS GOODS
Fancy Tlalds, Heeatta bhirts. Wool Shins,
White and Colored Cotton Shirts,
Fancy Scarfs, Pilot Reefers,
Men's While and Brown Cotton Half Hose,
Ladies' Hose, Men's Ready made Clothing,
I-adiet' Hats (white, black and fancy straw),
India Rubber Coats, Cnnes and laggings,
Blue and Gray Horse Blankets,
Woolen Blankets, all sires, colors and weights!
Vrlrrl Ci-irM, I'rlrrf JCti;
Vrlrrt ami Tiljtrtlry Ifimr MM.
. A full a.ortment of GENILLMEN'S and I
DIPS' SUOI.LS i also, Saddles for Bovs nnd Gills
and a few
1IRIDLU, Saddle OotKs and Oiamols Skins.
Sugar Bnga, !20x36.
Coal Basra, 20x117.
Rice Bnt and Twine
liter Press Bags ax3, something new nnd In great
demand a few only remaining. I hese hags ore made
to fit Otto's Press, and are of the right sire and proper
UiilcHliltctl Coritignlnl toolnp (14 gauge),
in 0, 7, 8 and g lect lengths.
ROOFING SCREWS AND WASHERS.
nnealed I ence Wire, Nos. 4, s, 6 and j, and Staples;
.alvamred Iron Buckets, all sues;
ilvanted Wash Basins,
GsJvanircd Garden Bordering and Netting,
Tit.ned Iron Saucepans, all sires:
Teakettles, real Jafan Blacking.
J.'44-litjf J,.fAv ,r,., 7,rf .("trie -Ttwr
l.awn Seals and Chain,
THREE LAWN TENNIS SETS
Clothes JlttahttB, ,
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE..
Fancy Glass Flower Stands,
(em Baskets nr.
PORTLAND CEMENT KIRK 1IRICKS,
Liverpool Sail nml Hock Sail, Zlnct, Valnlt
and Uollrd Oil; Wartesttr Hnuct
English, American and Hawaiian
Three, five and KYtn yrJ long.
TOPSAIL SHEET CHAINS,
Admiralty test, sites X, )(, sail H-
POWELL DUFFKYN STEAM COAL,
ENGLISH LEATHER BEL1IN0, from "1,1011,'
rioor Olio lot ha.
if feel lengths; 16 and it Vb per yard.
Fish Plates, Bolts and Nuts.
Railroad Spikes to match.
Ossst aU-ltorn 1'ou-er PorlaU JCittln
Alto, On Thrtcllorie i'osrer Yt eml
-jr ' THEO Hr DAVIES k CO.
MR. J. W, VAK.NDLEV
Will give lutrucilwt to limited number of pupil.
la Vlollsv-Playing and
The C'ultlratioa of the Volet.
CoButakitIosH reepeitUig the above stay be left al
Mr. C Iv. ilnaiiss' MUw aL4 i unsture htor e. Tele,
phone No. ;4l Mr, I". U. rtuum's Sums, TtUpnvsie
No. so) and at the Kasisteece of Mr. Varudlei, No. i
ON SMOT kOTKK,
e adiresJ as aWvel
M. CARTER & CO
9. r, I.SAIIAM
No. HV Klttrr Street, Hnnolults,
RKTAII tvRAI KRS tM
FIREWOOD, COAL AND FEED
We would notify the ptibllr, ami lukeepers 11 par.
titular, that we Veep on hand ami for sale. In nui-llllllel
to suit purtlmsers and at lowest rites, fuel, as follower
HARD AND SOri WOOD,
N.S W NF.WCVSrLECOM,
CF.LEIIRATr.D WEI.I.IN010N MINE,
DEPARTURE IIAV COAL,
The above can lie ordered by 1 elephone or otherwise,
and immediate delivery guaranteed,
OIVUUSACALI 'telephone, No. jo
VVR AISO KrBK IN SIOCIC
IIAV, O rS-Califonl!a and New Zealand ;
BARI.EV-Whole and ground ;
WII EA I CORN-W hole and cracked ;
BRAN, MIDDLINGS, and other feed.
Order Ihe above through Telephone No. joj,
AND WC WARRANT
Quick Delivery and Full Weight
ORDFRS FROM 01HER ISLANDS SOLICITED
f ree Deliver) to All Parts of the City,
Remember, No. 82 King Street.
lELSrilONK No w ijj
HACKFBLD tt Co,
OFFER FOR SALE
INVOICES OF NEW GOOD,
Ex Baik C R. Bishop and Steamship r.hreufels '
Consisting in part of as follows :
A Large Aaatortmeat of Dry Gootta,
Dealms, Brown and White Cottons, Drills, Tick ;!
tags, lurkey Ked, Merinos-black and
colored, 4 qualities, Repps, Alpacas,
Cobourgs, Italian Cloth and
nt.L- r-.. I- rr .-,-. . . . .
vv-, wiwiihh, i-Mtey, uuiorea ana autptti
Barege, Crepe, &c, , "
Mcii'h Ftdnhihif Oooilit, -
Shirts, Woolen, Mixed, Calico, Hickory. Dealest
etc., Merino and Cotton Uudershl--.' wnit
1 , anu cotton uuoersn'
Bosom Shirts, Sock utucsUngi.tili
Handkerehiera, Foulards, a large
voice of CLOTHING conslstlni
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ui s-inv ssiacst ,iosn woati ana
Pants, Buckskin Sacks,
Hants and Suits, Felt,
Sacks & Pants,
Boy's Shirts, and
Children's Jackets, I,
R. Coats Leggings, Mon
key and Sailor jackets. Carpel
Slippers, Silk and I, C. Umbrellas
andParasols, Fancy and Travelling "
..S1."1"'-. Cotton and Turkish Towels,
White and Fancy Quilts, Fell Rugs and Brus
sels Carpeting Silk and Velvet Rlbboas, Threads
White and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sixes,
Scarlet, Orange, White Woolen and 4 pelsttt,
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, Pants, Drsssees,
I'KRFUM KK V,
Genuine Fau de Cologne, Lubln's Ex.
tracts. Toilet Soaps l'hilocome. Hair
Oil, tombs. Looking GlasMs, Pipes, I,
n, imiis. Harmonicas, liianx nooks,
Gold Leaf. Jewelry, Culd Walclies,
s ape, ssiaauc, acria.
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Extension, Arm, Dining room and Parlor fassUeL'" : - -,
octtecs, Mitrors, etc., ' 1
Hatlttlee, Caltktn; Ulrtks, Stirrup Lemthif,
Hemp ft I, R. Packing, Coal Baskets
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing Hates, Cups. Teapots, Bowls, Chambers, .,
Hlceblh.s ami ll.l.,. llomiL.I,,,. , .S . '
Gallons, Sample Dottles, Vases and GUsswaae. HsnHq.
.. "" l.V,.a K.' fV1 ,U?,A Cunnles. Tsrlet.
Burlaps Wuulpack and 1 willed Sacking, Lbtea Meat
SUGAK ami HICF. HAGS Jr '
of all slies and qualities.
Sarduses la batf and quarter boxes,
Soil In Jars. Castor Oil la tine. Matches
boceonui uts, wash Blue. H. White Mast,
wotessaus wis, ee oast " ts. wniw s.SVa, -. i
Hstbbuca a UaJ;w'fal "w U IttTrwa.. jM
Oermun and Havana Viffar;
Spoons, Forks, CrueU, Tea
sets, Cups, Napkin Kings Salvers "
-uvkel and llulclier Knives, Scissors knees, IM
Nsedles, Spuons . il, Htwrs (iatvaimed
Houu Iichs Keg Rivets, Hamnwra,
Matal and CtufjDoutlun Nails. CI
Balb.it Metal, Sugar CwieM.
Fir CUy, Blacksmith Cool, Fir Me, TetlaJ
Hrnpiy HarreU, Oak oVaaM, .
Orileri frwa the Mhei Istaalt carefutty 1
if. Mumel4 e) ts
XTEWtSfr STYLES ARTISTIC
i-sj stationery ir wetMusgs a
(tawines, tSMtenaiiwieuu, us,, etc,
tecelved tiui fnUJiut seileH Uif aalsie 1
scuted, al ike cte J ikia far, Hi SJ
QROCADED PLUUU. ail 1
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