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Mr II I L"-i rtl in S:,n Rvli Call
fomt, on ihr Jd instant
The schooner KhuVai, from Waialua,
trosnfht H hV paMj "' 8S '"C" ul"1"
TTw Ke An Hon will HVely Mil for the Gil
brrt Iilindsnfst KiMey. Donations of books,
lpt, etc, lll h reeeited at the o" f
the I'ldrSc Kaffgttion Coinitinjr.
Thellsrden IMnil (irtnvlc was Riven an
o'rrerltiStiirdijreveninat the l.tpla
nale. ThejetlifbirtonuftheErentdes' merl1'
wit entirely satMaetnry tlili lime, o it ii wid.
A few more of the I'rms' I otirth of July
pimphlet, JotI the thing for wrvdinc abroad,
my be hid at Oml's, on Merchant Street, and
ai Thiuni'i, on Port Street Trice, 15 cents
Die league Kme of base ball at the Makikl
ground) lint Saturday afternoon between the
Married Men ami the llonolulut was on by
the latter club, the score st.indlnu 15105.
The game In the morning between the Ko)al
ami Port-Street schuult was won by the Fort
Street nine by 17 to 15 rum.
Memoranda of I'. M. S. City of Sydney,
Ueailiorn commander 1 Discharged pilot at
ban frnclo 4IJ " . Jul 5h. !
nerlencAl Unlit btlllinr: winds with fine
weather-ine entire tnyace. Ileccited Mono
Jjfu pilot at 5.01 P. M., July lillt. Drought
6 1 oaweneer lor Honolulu together with mer
chandise; and papers, S package and 0 bags of
mall. Through passengers for the Colonics,
'I lie members of Mr. P. C. Jones' book
keenine cta hate given their teacher a hand
tome cane. More public ipiritcd and iintclfith
pemonil sacrifices of time hae not often, If
ever, been recorded in thu town than me
various chss-tcacliintu done by mcmbcri
the V. M. C. A. of which Mr. Jones hat
done a larcc pitt. Header of the Guide will
with Mr. Jnnct and those ol hit family vtho
accompany him a pleasant trip to tin cmtt
Mr. II. N. Cattle our orator of The
fourth tailt on the Marlpnu to morrow, en
rojlc for Merlin, via. the United States. Mr.
Cattle, a graduate of Obcrlin College, Ohio,
goes to Germany fiiilhcr to pursue certain
indict. Mr Castle's recent effort hat given
many nf lilt friendt a foretaste of hit power.
We thall be gicali) disappointed if jears do
not bring Mr. Cattle to the forefront of that
great army, now fighting the Inttle of modern
The steamer Planter will tad next Monday,
July 20th, for her regular ports on Kauai, with
Princess I.iliitokalanl, Princess Likchke and
others for Kauai, Nihoa, Kaula and Niihau.
She will leave Waimea, Kauai, Wednesda),
r. M., and will airite at Nihm, Thursday
morning. Remaining there all day, will leave
Nihoa. Thursday, r. M., touching at Kaula,
Triday mornliiE. She will also touch at
Niihau, arming at Waimea, Friday, r. M.,
and wilt return on 1 cr regular route, arriving
in Honolulu, Sunday morning. A large party
of excursionists are already booked for the
List Salurdly afteinnoii trie trotting race
between Mr, 1'.. 11. Thomas' horse Mack ami
Mr. J. S. Shanes' horse Dick, at Kapiolani
Patk track, for $100 a side, best three in five,
mile heats, was won by Dick in three straight
heats. Time t Jill, 3110J and 3:loJ. V..
II. Thomas' Mack came 111 ahead on the first
heat, but the judges gave it to Dick on account
of 1 foul. The running race of a mile dash
between W. II. Cornwell't May D. and
Kealla Ranch's Itosita, came otf tcstcrday
afternoon at Ktpiolani Park. The race,
which wat a ver pretty one, was lor $250 ptr
tide, and was won by Uo.it.i in t:i9j-
Since our Saturdays issue the following
domestic cargoes have armed in port: per
stmr. Klnau, 2,551 bags sugar, 67 sheep, 20
tons junk, I cow, 2 hon-is, to bales wool and
173 pkgs. sundries t per stmt. Lehua, 1,071
bags sugar, 2 hoitet and 90 bags potatoes; ptr
schr. Kawailaai, 420 lugs rice and 2 calves;
per schr. Manuokawal, 00 bags rice and 215
bags padd) ; per schr. Hob Roy, iSoliags rice;
per stmr. James I. Donselt, 60 shiep and In
head cattle; per stmr. C. H. llishop, 912 bags
sugar, It tons junk and 25 head cattle; per
stmr. Iwalanl, .(.liS bags sugar, 4 bbls. tallow
and 152 pkgt. sundries; per stmr. Planter,
2,125 hai! sugar, 90 lugs rice, 20 bags pia, 18
hides, too sheep and 1 horse.
The San Prancisco llullttin of the 2nd In
stant sats: " It would appear from the
elaliorate tables furnished concerning the work
iag of the beet-root sugar inanufactury at AI
varndo that the per cent of sugar acluall)
ticldcd by beets grown in that s icinity is greater
than it derived Ui-a beets cither in France or
Germany The maximum of succrose from
beets worked at Alsardn is set down at 15.6
and the minimum 10,4, Thejield of granu
lated sugar, known as first product, at AI
varado, for nine vccki Is set down at 9.5 per
cent. With n Jield of beets per acre at fifteen
lout, tho lowest aieragc en good land, the
pioduclion of licit sugar would lie 2,850
pounds. Willi to-day only ona successful
beet-sugar factory in the United States, it dues
not look as II this product would scry soon
compete svith cane-sugar on this side of tin.
country. Hut the immense production of beit
sugar in France and Gcinnii) was from jutt
suc'.l tv small beginning, and who knows what
Is yet to grow out of this one beet-sugar mann
facloty cf Altarado."
IIVfliirfiij, Jnly ISIft.
Mr. Charles Warren Stoddard was In San
Francisco on the Tourth of July.
The schoomr Vaiehu, which arrived-from
Kauai jcstciday, brought 30a bags paddy and
too bags rice.
" lUnanas equal to these grown In the
Sinawlch Islands are raised at Yuma, A. T,,"
according to the Sacramento Ktcoid-Unlon.
The father of Mr. L. C. Abies, cashier of L
O, Hall and Son, died recently In San, Jose,
California. He was an old and esteemed citi
ten of that place.
i The stmr Walmanato which has been on
the marine railway fcr She past week for an
eitmlatlon was k.tcrc.J scstmlay and her
Classification as a first cl'. vessel was extended
10 luclude the next four scars.
Gen. L. II. Allen, a graduate of West
Point and an officer of the Union army during
the hie war, has been sliicken with paralttit.
Me it an old resident of Sacramento tin.
known to scleral en these Islands.
The Honolulu Library hate received an in
teresting list of new books from San Francisco
among which will be found the Life and Letters
of llayard Taylor and the new successful series
of talc Compiled from Man) Source! the
writings of livirig authors.
Bishop and Mrs, William Ingram KJpp of
v-auiomuwell known to many here cele
brated there golden wedding In San Francisco
on the 1st lost. Their friends gave them uiani
beautiful gifts, including a number of goldta
baskets filled with " Gold of Oiihir" and other
"The very latest photographic trluntpta ut
those of Professor Mach, ol Prague, st ho bat
.uiade a good picluw of a p.slol bullet in iu
stijhl, and on of waves of sound. Ttssttc Uat
are made visible by taking advantage of the
irregular refraction f light by the wares set in
vibration of tound " Mr. James Williams,
professional f and Mr. Jamie Wilder, amateur,
must be n their nettle, or they'll get left.
riiirr.ii, Jult Itlth,
The new Iwiler will be placed In position in
the stmr Likclike to-day.
The schooner Anna arrived at Kahului,
Ujf days from San Francisco, with a general
cargo of mcrchandlie.
1hech Mary I'.. Toiler brought 1418 bags
tugar Tuesday, and the tch Mile Morrlt
brought 200 bagt rice and lew bunches ol
The KhoonT Korln, Swift, mister,
tilled for San Francisco, from Kahului, July
nth, with the following cargo of sugar 1
Waih'e Plantation, 355 bagt i Waikapu
Plantaiion, 72S bagt ; 1 jl Maui Plantation,
711 bait I II. L. 4. b. Co., 2,028 Ugl. A
total or 501,507 iuund.
Mr. Charles llroglie was an out-going pat
senger by the Miniusa, He It evidently a
favorite with the band bo)s, for, as he was
about to go on board, the hoys surrounded him,
each willi a large lei and turned him into a
floral pillar in lest time than it would take to
say Jacquc Kohblilsonne. Then they sang
Good live Charlie, and he went on loard
Ihe public examinations of the St. Louis
College classes will commence with the pil
mary department, next Monday, the 20th Inst,
at ) A. si,, aud continue for several days. The
commencement exercises will take place on
Friday, the 24th inst, at 4 I-. tt being pre
ceiled by omnastlcs and military drill of the
boarders at three o'clock. The parents al.d
Iriendt of the pupils arc kindly Invited.
yesterday morning, the nnc-armetl man
nimcd Dick Cahil, assaulted Mr. J M. Mon
sarrat in the police court room, striking Mm
in the face. Mr. Monsarrat had just finished
the prosecution of the case where Cahil wat
charged with niuiciouly injuring a lioal be
lunging to Charles Piirdy, of the Mvttle lloat
Club, and Judge Ilickcrton had sentenced him
to pay a fine of $6owhcn the assault was made,
We arc to be visited within three years by a
party of Vale College men, headed by Mr.
John J. Phelps, son of William Walter
Phelpt, the distinguished congressman from
New Imcy. The party will leave New
Haven this or m-xt month in Mr. Phelps
yacht llrunhilde. The tosagc will be around
the world. Ixmdou, Alexandria, Calcutta,
Singapore, Hongkong, Yokohama, Honolulu,
San Francisco, Valparaiso and Rio dc Janeiro
will be among the orts visited. Rev. C. M.
Hide has kindly furnished the facts for the
r, htiiu, Ji'ty 171ft-
What is a " special loan," anyhow, Mr.
The stmr James Makee goes on the marine
railwa) to-morrow to be cleaned. She has had
new tubes put in her boiler.
The Kc Au IIou it engaged In taking in
ttorci. She will sail for Jaluit, one of the
Gilbert Islands, probably some time to-morrow.
Dick Cahil, the assailant of Attorney Mon
sarrat, at noted in yesteday'i Guide, received
the light sentence of two months for the
The schr Jennie Walker leaves to-morrow
for Fannlng's Island. Mr. W. G. Greig, her
owner, and his son go with her. She take a
cargo of lumber aud roofing.
The new Uatile on Merchant and Mr.
Flshel's new store on Fort and Hotel arc
"looming ilp," " as It were." Legally speak
ing, hereditaments is ru.
At a meeting of the llasc 11)11 League held
vestcrdav at nooon it was icsolvcd that the
seiics ol games for this season be extended from
3 to 5 games for each club which will bring the
season to a close on the 191I1 of Scpteiiiljer,
instead of on the 12th. The new schedule of
games will be published in to morrow's Press.
Callixte Lccomte, aged S7, who died on
the 14th inst. was buried vestcrday morning.
He was connected with the Roman Catholic
Mission. Shier Julia, a member of the sister
hood of the Sacred Hearts, died vestcrday
morning of dropsy. She came here In 1S70.
The funeral takes place at 9 o'clock this morn
ing from the cathedral.
Orir Iiland .Voir.
During th; month of June 6,000 shingles
were stolen from the lumber yard of Richard
son .1- Coan, In Hilo. Application will be
made soon f.r a night police force.
The brig Hazard, Captain Goodman,
siilid from Hilo June 291)1 for San Francisco
with 3,127 bags sugar from Pcpeekeo, 4,400
bag) from Waiakea, i,75ofect koa luinbcr,and
one passenger, Mr. J. McNicliol.
Kuv. l:. C. and Mrs. Oggel arrived at Ko
hala shortly after noon on the Sth irtlanl and
report the weather exceedingly pleasant, and
the evenings miile cool. This week they pro
ceed to II ilo and the Volcano by the new route.
The Press savs, that "there were nuiet Ameri
can demonstrations" at Kohalaonthc4th. Yes,
they were very quiet. Yon would hardly
tuve known it was the "Glorious Fourth."
The principal event on that day was the open
ing of the liquor saloon in Ohanaula, wfvV-h,
they say, took in $200 (imt da).
Jhf fourth ul II Ud.
An extraordinarily large ciowd assembled at
the court house and vicinity to witness a
tariet) of amusements gotten up by the com
mittee apo!ntcd by Americans. A printed
programme was issued "t follows I Song,
America, by the choii ; prajcr, by Rev, F P,
Baker ; song, Star Spangled Manner, by the
choir 1 reading, Declaration of Indepen
dence, by J, A. Ileckwith, V. S. Consular
Agent t oration, by Hon. D. II. Hitchcock ;
and song, Columbia, by the choir.
After an intermission for lunch the following
amusements took place 1 Foot race, ico
)ards, pilic $5 i fool race, 200 yards, prize
$51 foot race, 400 )ards, prize $10 1 slow
donkey race, jockeys (in costume) to rile
opoone-lf't donkey, prize $101 tug of crar
first prize $10, second prize $5 ; catching the
greases) pig, prize, the pig, value $12 1 eat
ing the bun, prize $1 1 potato race, prize $5
climbing the greased pole, prize $10 1 sack
race, prize $5 ; and Japanese wrestling match,
Some of the games were very amusing.
The American Consular Agent won in one font
lace. The wrestling matches showed the
great muscular power of the Japanese. Climb
ing the greased pole wat a scry difficult mat
ter, the prize was won by the same native that
won it last )ear.( The "eating of the bun" wat
a hard matter, at it wat reeking with molassea
and the buns were kept continually moving;
but a boy, with an extra large mouth, won
the prize. The slow donkey race was very
Tbt oration by Hon. D. II. Hitchcock was
one of his best titbits, to coocetded by all who
lad the pleasuit to hear it. It Uicitcd much
applause. The reading ol the Declaration of
Independence u well done by tbc Aweriw
Consular Agent. In lh avtnjng the wu a
small disolay of fat work t is th court Ml
plaza. Au NDuaual amount of nsonaf W cosy
Uiuvittvl few list MtnttiifBU.at1 Ika stay.
Vatlflf Cnrint-llenrrnl Jinrrtntn Knr
prnnThr lift if thr irrW.
Hlltsbro, Oregon, lias a temperance revival
which promises good results.
The Supreme Court of California has ordered
a new trial of the Sharon-Hill Divorce Case.
The " grape blight" hat appeared In Cali
fornia and thit )ear's crop will be lest than
A first-class lighthouse will be erected on
Destruction Island near the mouth of the Col
The S. F. Ilullctln ta)t that the ship
Gatherer recently made the run from Liver
pool to San Francisco in 113 days.
Mrs. Mary J. Holmes, the novelist, has
been making a tour of California for several
weeks past, in company with her husband.
Hon. W, W. Morrow was orator of the day
In ban Francisco on the Fourth.Mr.R.P.IIam.
mond, Jr., son of Major H, P. Hammond who
was here this spring, was giand marshal. They
had the oration before the reading of The
Declaration, in 'Frisco.
Lieutenant Money, of the Alaska exploring
expedition, reports to the United States Navy
Department the arrival nf himself and party at
Ilinlink, Ounatatka, June Cth. !fci)sthe
patt winter wat severe, and that Dehrlng Sea
was never before seen with such heavy ice.
He will go northward as (at as the Ice will
Secretary Whitney hat revoked the follow
Ing naval order, Issued Inly 5, l8Sj 1 "Naval
officers Mlachcd to cruising war vessels are ex
peeled to leave their families at their usual or
fixed place of abode, and not to attempt to
transfer them to more convenient visiting
points. Officers disregarding this Inunction
will be liable to be relieved from duty."
mNFKAl. AMSRICAN NOTES.
General Grant is still alive.
Mrs, Yseult DuMlcy has been sent to a New
Mexico has at present a war with the Yaqui
Imhar.s on its hands.
The United States troopt 'cccntly defeated
the Apaches near the Mexican borders.
Ilroiher Waller will rejoice to know that
541 Mormon immigrants reached New York
city from Europe recently.
Under the highdicinsc law the number of
siloont in Chicago hat been reduced 513 In
two scars, and the annual revenue derived
from saloon licenses hat, in the meantime,
more than trebled.
The village of Stoughton, Wisconsin, has a
ease of genuine leprot). The suflerer is An
drew Ivcrson, a )oung Norwegian twenty
)eart old, who hat been afflicted with the dis
ease for two and a half years.
The Canadian Government has issued a pro
clamation establishing quarantine against ves
sels from Mediterranean ports, as welt as from
London, England. Victoria, 11. C, and
S)dncy, Nova Scotia, arc created quarantine
Hanlan, the oarsman, has a new invention
by which he claims to be able to walk on
water. It consists of large, galvanized tin
shoes, filled with air. Considerable curiosity
was awakened to see the trial, which was par
The cholera still rages in Spain.
Emperor William was better when last re
ported. Sir Peter Lumsden hat been given the or
der of the Hath.
France, England and Germany are at
present talking to each other in the sweetest
Lord Randolph Churchill has been re
elected his American wife doing the most
England hat a great scandal. It is claimed
that insurance policies are cflected upon the
lives of babes, who arc murdereel in order o
obtain such insurance.
The outside coating of the cocoa-nut is to be
used as the armament of ships, under patent of
a French inventor. It will not burn and re
sists water, as manufactured.
On June 27th Dradstreet's, as quoted by a
contemporary, savs that one Frnbach, of
Ilerlin, claims to have discovered a method of
extracting juice from cane which promises to
revolutionize the sugar industry. Alcoholic
vaimr and liquid alcohol are used. Particulars
anon. It sounds tishy.
TlIK REST OF THE WORLD.
Sickness prevails ill the Russian cainii near
.Maxwell, the St, Louis murderer, will come
up from Auckland on the not steamer. "
French commanders have lieen authorized
to raise the blockade of Chinese ports and
permit the resumption of trade on the same
conditions as before the war,
A large quantity of the cargo bit been
saved from the steamer City of Tokio, from
San Francisco to Yokohuna, ashore off Yoko
hama, lierc is no chance of the steamer
being put afloat.
'I he latest official census of Japan gives a
total population of 37,442,96c, of whoii 8,
492,807 are females, being 457,352 test than
males. The number of houses In the empire
is stated at 7,674,224, an average of five per
sons 10 a dwelling.
A dispatch from lllagovcschensle, a town of
Russian Asia and the capital u( Acr.oor, 10 the
Russian Government, i)s that fresh trouble
hat occurred on the Chinese frontier. Accord
ing to the dispatch the Chinese Government
sen) detachment of soldiers to protect the
Aigun gold fields from invasion by unauthor
ized parties. The troops ire instructed to
behead all persons found engaged in mining
operation and not having the necessaiy per
mit. The Russian Government prohibits lit
subject! from mining in the Aijitn gold fields.
Monsieur Prudhorame laudt the advantages
of gymnastics "There is nothing like it for
health," he sa)t; "it increase! a mansatrcogth,
prolongs his dayt "
"Hut our ancestors did not practice
gymnastics, and yet"
"They did not, and what U the consequence?
They tic dead, every man of them."
Examining a candidate for the gendarmerie 1
"buppotc you are going along the road with
two prisoner aud one of them ran away, what
would you do?"
"What would I do? Why I'd shoot the
other out and pursue the fugitive."
lit wat at once admitted to the fore.
t'Mjr learned brother," tayts the court kindly
but tigaificantly to young lawyer who U
about to sum up hit first case, "my learned
racotrwr will otttct v that it b near dituur lime,
aud ibuWcvby WsUttoul of mataltsg up."
"May it pksaa yosixhonoi, I wiUavot long
detala jrva. I aza right! ay wal ' bUtW
la tfrotw, Cots im asvod Jmr , H ra
I natssssi i js
,"rwrr(f lit runny
What ftccboffi American wduidli.ivc
stood on a barrel on the public square
twenty tears ago arid predicted that the
day would jet come when every grocery
in the land ssoultl brazenly tack up the
sign of "Don't Ask for Credit?'
"Aunty,havc you seen the money-box
Goorgic gave me last Christina,?" "No,
Willie; but I suppose it's one ol those
jou can get the money out ofT." "I
don't know, auntie, because you see -I
hasen'tbeen able to get any :moncy
into it," was the suggestive reply,
My friend, if thou wouldst have
knowledge of men, take all thy
possessions, etcn unto the uttermost
shekel, and enjoy thyself in the
enicrt.iiniiietit of each and every one
who will gratuitously partake of thy
bountiful goodness. This, so long as thy
purse shill last. 'I hen, when thou hast
spent thine all, shalt thou h.ive great
wisdom, for thou shalt "have learned
that for v.hat thou gavest
thou shalt find none to offer unto thee
a dinner in return; nay, not not so much
ns a s.Adine.
Two tramps got employment in in
Indianapolis hotel. The first day they
reported to the landhdy that two gold
watches lay exposed on a bureau in
one of the rooms and requested the
jewelry be removed for fear tt should
be stolen and the blame attached to
them. The landlady was so delighted
at this proof of their honesty that she
bought them each a new suit of clothes.
The tr.imps were so delighted they
next day removed all the gold watches
themselves along with ever) thing else
they could lay hands upon, and cleared
for parts unknown.
We would rise to remark and stand
up to explain this will not be a good
year for silver-mining companies formed
on the wild cat plan. The feeling is
agin 'em. An old bull on Wall Street,
who has bought a little of everylhing
ever sold on earth, was saying the other
day: "Gentlemen, if a man says silver
stock tome he has got to die!" "Don't
ou believe the prospectuses?" "If
President Arthur had his name to one,
and General Grant, Jay Gould and
Rnsscl Sage euaranted the stock worth
twice its face value I wouldn't pay ten
per cent lor it! "Hut there is paying
silver stock." "Possibly: but I should
want to see the hole in the ground; I
should wjnt togo down theshaft; I should
want to reach up and knock down half
a ton of the stuff, carry it to the assayer,
hold a cocked revoler to his head, and
have his certificate written on parchmen
before I invest a dollar. Then, before
I could credit the fact of a dividend, I
should want some one to swear I 'was
sane, two othes to testify I was sober,
and a fourth man to hold the money
down to the table, so that it couldn't
blow away!" This docs not apply to
Here is a tolerably good ghost story.
There is a certain well-known country
house in a certain English county which
has the advantage or the disadvantage,
of being haunted. Lately the liouja
was rather full, and a visitor, an emi
nent London clergyman, was put into
the famous haunted room. His host
did not tell him of the fact that the
room was haunted, thinking, no dotiut,
that his religious character, would be? a
sufficient guarantee against any distur
bance of his slumber through visits
from the spirit-world. At the same
time he felt a little anxious, and was
greatly relieved the next morning to
find the reverend gtntleman at break
fast with as cherry an air of successful
fc'.umbcr as possible. The next morning,
and the next, he came down with the
same light-hearted aspect which only
Ihosc who have enjeed peaceful
dreams can wear. At last the host
thought he might safely mention to his
clerical visitor that he had been sleep
ing in .1 haunted room, and congratut
lated him on having seen nothing out
ol the common. "Seen nothing 1"
replied the visitor. "Oh, stop a bit
though ; I did see something." There
was a grave silence round the breakfast
table ; all clatter was hushed, and every
eyo turned upon the speaker. "Yes,ycs
of course," the clergyman resumed;
" on the very first night which I passid
here I was awakened in the middle of
the night by what seemed like a touch
upon my shoulder, and, on looking up,
I saw the figure of a man in the room."
Here, to the intense horror of the whole
company, the clergyman gave a very
correct description of the particular
apparition which always honored this
room with its wanderings. "How could
you bear it?" "What did you do?"
were questions which immediately suc
ceeded upon the awe-struck silence.
" Do?" replied the clergyman. " Why,
I asked htm for a subscription to my
next Sunday-school picnic, and the
spectre vanished immediately,"
H. I .VOLTE, PRQVklKTOKj
Baft to aUMonaci (a blY fricnl ni tht public (a gta
rel (bat tU Uov Sfcja ijvUa V
from j a. m.. tilt la r , "
Cl-art, Pipe, 9
COHSTANTLV OX MAXI1. ,
One ef rras Ick Ualke'e celebrated
Ueaanected wlta Ike eauUuidrfeut, kere lovera ef
ske cue can participate.
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Cairiafea all deMrlfiioat esade t azdef en
ae t sefeui
-sASTLtt ft COOKE,
HtH'jULU, It. 1
WoaUcillAtUiifloHta their Li uJ
varied Stoelc of
CvmUthjsj vf tlt4 oailr.JlJ Fart 3uJ,
tht Moline Stfl l!ieVri. nj Furrowlnit Ho, Mo
lut Sietl riowt ll ( l'lanel, Jr , Culn-
raiori, iJirt Scriperi.
John Doiii'i Ottnic Plow,
rUniwi' Hoo of th Utt make
UISS10NS' CELLBKATED CANK K.VIVF.S
dihJc to ordr. Amei' Shovtlt nj 5paJc,
Garden Iiom. Canal Uarrowi, Ua
How , YoVei, Chain, rtp:t
Sugar Mill Requirement.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Svcrm Oil, Cylinder. liru
ana Kcrowne uu, reneu
Lulriaiton, I'lumbapci, At
buiiy Grrase. Dmton'i and
b. and J. t lies, all Meland
kinds. Steam I'acklng, Hat
ac.d Kound India Kublrer,
AiLcitos and Soap Stone,
Flax Packing, India Kiitx
bcr I lose, i 10 a inch, Pipe
aud Cuiiplinj, lSut and
Wattier, fuii&hed, Machine
ltolti, all lues, Cold preifd
lllai.kb'nith'i. nzineri and
CariKiiier' Hammers, Pipt
cutters, incnes, 9 tktn 10
4 inch. Anvils, Vict, Tuba
Scraptr, Grindstones Vat
American liar Iron and Tool
bteel. Builders' Hardware,
all kinds and st)Ies, Hiib
buck'a Taints and Oils, raw
and boiled, bmall Paints in
Oil, in larre varirty. Dry
I'alntt, umber, Vciwtian,
Kcd, Ochre. Metallic. Au,
Whituij, German Window
ass'td sues, Manila Rope
No. 1 and riour, No. and Rlc
Crushed Sugr, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters, Cutns, iMlmon, Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory
Pure English Spices, Condensed Milk
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES: The PuU
nrn Keroene Otl, )' Cen
trlfugttl IJntnvst 14 Inch. Xtuhber
Sprtnn itmt CttnrttM Itrttke just at
hand, Blake Steam Pump Valves, Pack
tny.&c, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molassas, Irrtsatins; A Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
AtSG ON lOSMONUkhT
California Hay, Barley, Potatoes, Barrel
lams, Abctos Mixture Jt-r Uodcra
and Steam Pi
very chean, fence Wire
and StapUs, Galvidzed Roofing
Wilcox and tiibb'a Automatic; Sincrr Manufacturuiic
Company, AstortcJ: Kcnuntou (.otnpaay, Pamil;
Wilsou Machine, the best astoitiucot to b found.
aud at Itottoin fries.
by every arrival from BnUad, New
ork and Saa Francisco.
1 Naw Traction Easts, iMson powssr.
Ord.rs from tl.-lvlhet I llands filled at UeM Kaiet and
with dupauh tS3"&
CONlKACiOk aod UUILUEH.
STEAM PLAXIXO MILLS
Manufacture all kinds se
sad all kinds of wood-work faith.
Ttsmarzag, asnll, svawt Waul tmwfaaa
AUUadeof rianlaiasd Savin. Manltinf. and Teu
ORDEKS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO AND
Orders float ike other Islands solicited. t jf eos
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
BOOTS 5e SHOES,
eW SP eatvnirw SsSreaSVvtJ sVeS&tNtslSBWVSSSVM eavaM faSat
W The largest and best attoetateat ef
OeaHeasen'e and CWMrass'a
T ta (etatd, sv sss Ulande,
slew M ! 1
(ttav Maw. an
TJOLLISTER & CO.,
.M'rv ritr ATrn.STios or iiik
I'CHLtO ,t LUVS ritr MKIUH.tM.1
In (seattkuteU, u tliIr li i,l
Mi II J HSt.udtUMfllt wf
iwynnojiu's ruurmuutv, j
un ttnlied 1hl ll acLnooledzeJ
to te tbe finett pcrfunie In the
world. Alt of one quality.
Cleat variety of odors ityle
aud (.ricee. alto
(all thaftee and Kyle)
and the liteet and uiost complete et(M.k of
orer kept In this Kingdom, a
large Invoice of
ir.lSUKV ItEDlTEUHASKAX Hl'OStU:
duect from Europe, free fiom
tend or dirt. Agents for
PARKS DAVIS ft GO'S
J. O. AYEK tc. GO'S
Horseford'a Add Fhotphatea,
Green's Angust Flower & German Syrnp,
AUcock Porous Plaster Co ,
Murray At Lanznan's Florida Water
Verba Bueaa Bitters.
OLLISTER & CO.,
are also Proprietors auJ lUautao
facturcrs of ths ctlaltrated
Rhtutnatlc Lloluieut ' '
Agenti for Win. S. Kimball & Co's
fruffranl Vanity Ftilr,
Tobacco unit Ctyitrettem
which have no rtva'k fhe
largeit avsortinent of
PLUO TOBACCO AND C1GAUI trt
OUK GINGER ALE 5r" SQOAH'AIBK
has always been recozulied at the
best In the market.
OUK VIKGEK ALB BXTKACT
being manufactured from our own
private formula In
New York. 1
AERATED WATERS In Patent or Cork
Stoppered bottles si desired.
WHOLESALE t RETAIL, NUUANU ST
RETAIL-; Con. PORT MERCHANT STS
N. F. BURGESS,
CAKVKSTEH AND HVILMtKtt,
Respectfully announces 10 the (utile .har
h hat iurchaied the
bu4ont rotl)r cuwluasii by Mr O. M, Lake, at
No. I4 King atrsKt.whkh will U under lha maut;s
rn VI Ul SOU Ta IWItUABilt
Tht Kspress will alt end tbait...UoJ tvsry Ucaoasr
FUEIGHT, PACKAGES 4 l)AGGA-E,
In llonolula and vicinity.
ST7XiZ4'rXT3SHS etc FXAJSTOS
Moved with care
HE, ALSO, HAS PURCHASED THE
Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water,
Bntlheta heratolai k.nt bv Sir. I. W. llln.Uv.
No. U King; ureal, witch will be Conducted by kit
ton, u. w. asuatusseta, and wtMtre eventnioa in
the line of SMOKERS' ARTICLES can be found, ol
tke keel auaiuv.
Tkanktng ike public for past favart and kuaranteelntf
la promptly eaecute all orders in either line of butt,
neet, at reasonable (barges would respectfully solicit a
skate of public patronage.
M Xrtpkm0 It .
MttUtmn IXaaAvtM . lit-
JV, 4 King Street, foHoulu.
GEO. M. RAUPP,
IWt gMeMtA Oypsstts BssU's auUs.
vraWs? VsaeT ttWlaSstrezeVBat agTHa' sHeW attV
BaSJslsfjgM SlgjM BSktSXaSat
Tmatil Ha aae
At the Old Stand, No. 8 Kaahumanu St., Honolulu,
IMPORTER AND UI.ALLI. IN AI.I. THE LATHST IMPROVED
STOVES AND Xt A. TV O E ,
Cranlta Iron Ware, Tlala and NlcktMlattJ J
fin Ware, of a.l Limit;
Plumbing, Tin, Copper
OP ALL KINDS,
UT A variety of Home Fnrnlihini Ooodt ten numerous in mention.
E. 0. HALL & SON, (Limited.)
Hate just received Ex Bark Mcmtota ami otlr atrlvalt
lloston Card Matches. Dovrnt r's Kerosene Oil, Frezer's Axle Grcast,
Cotton Waste, Icj Cream Freezers, (all sizes),
Eddy s Refrigerators, (all sizes), Lawn Mowers. Iron Agate Ware.
STOVES A.:LVI BA1VQEN,
A NEW LOT OF
" Owing to the unusunl tlemantl for the
reduced, and tills shinment hat nrrKrd lust in tini
nee desciipthe catalugucs, sent on upplication.
WE KKEI' CONSTANTLY ON HAND
LAKQE STOCK O DP SO-A-IFS,
Colgate's Toilet Soap, Hornets Soap, No. I Laundry Soap (in case),
Sterling Soap (in case), L'rasite Soap (In cue),
Boiled and Uaw Linseed Oil,
Lard Oil, Skidegatc Oil, Peanut Oil, Ncats Foot Oil, Castor Oil,
PAIJTTS OJF EVBltY &ESC11IPTIOK,
And a scry Superior Stock of all Kinds of
23! -tA. -E5, 3D TXT A BE ,
AU to be had at the
TjOWEBT m a. k, ic e t bates.
Pacific Hardware Company
Successors to Dillingham & Co., and Samuel Nott.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Imjilcmvntti,
House FumlsJifua Goods C General Merchandise.
Just rcceited Ldd)'s Refrigerators and Ice Chests, new st let of Chandeliers and Library
Lamps, Stotta and Uangov Kerosene Oil Stovct.
PAIRBAKTK'S Ss HOWEg SCALES.
All oi which arc uifered upon favorable terms.
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.Wr?"
We are Comjletc Outfitters for Men, Ladle and Childrt)fiSJ,aU m, Mttl
all atatioiis in lift. '
Residents of the Hawaiian Islands will find it of advantage to tend for our
large Illustrated Catalogue, descriptive ol the latest ttylt in' ' ' f
Dress Goods, House Supplies,
White Goods, Notions,
Hout iVee, I?oNt pisid to sauy sVddr
We aim to have our prices lower
towers who order from us through the
h pesent at our counters.
SauU orders nllejd wkh the hum
Oatvanlxtd Iron snd Lad Itp
&hcst Lead tod Coppsr;
trea5ior Drala V$ f
and Sheet Iron Work,
abme our stock on huitl was vety much
Itii fhr nritpnt tratnn. For Linde and alflea
E. O. HALL Sc SON,
Corner Fort and King Streets, Honolulu, II, I.
Jiaby Carriages, Draptiis.
aiaiwncry, f wrafs,
Boots and Shoes, Fancy Grxstk,
'Trunks, Etc, Etc.,
Furnishing Goods, Etcf Etc' "
Silverware, Etc, Eic
titan those of all ottwr iiAm Cm. '
stutw, sttn in awtac; tsmtjt mm,mvm m
cm d MMMlsk m iMM
1 . .x i
1 " 4
i; it,. 50 '"
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