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, i..lnlil liMiili.it n tnany traders uf
in I'rrs I will ' lo- this letter with an
aixotint of how the Halilill printed the
,un .n tolil Iy tlie Ontiiliji Indian, a
translation of who legend I fouiul a
ft w ilny ngo in the 8initlnonlan He
, .itt of the Huremi of Ethnology. The
rendition is an neatly literal a pouiblc:
"Owe upon a time the Rabbit dwelt
in a lodge with no one but hi grand
mother. And it wan hi? custom to go
hunting eatly in the morning. No mat
ter how early in tl.c morning lie went,
a person with very long feet had been
alunx leaving a trail. And he (the
Kabbit,) wished to know him. 'Now,'
i night he, T will go in ailvnme of the
H.ron.' Having arisen very early in
the morning, lie debited. Again it
li.iipencil that the person had been
along, leaving a (rail. 'I hen the Rab
bit went home. Said he, 'Grand
mother, though I arrange for myself to
,'ci first, a person anticipates me every
time, ('.rand mother, I will make a
narc and catch him.' 'Why should
you do it,' said she. 'I hate the per-
on, he said. And the Rabbit de
parted. When he went the footprints
had been along again. And he lay
wailing for night. And he made a
noose of a bow-string, putting it in the
place where the footprints used to be
seen. And he reached thcic vcty early
in the morning for the purpose of look
inn at his trap. And it happened that
he had caught the sun. Running
very fast he went homeward to tell it.
'(irand mother, I have caught some
thing or other, but it scares me.
Grandmother, I wished to take my
bowstring, hut I was scared every
time,' said he. He went thither with
a knife. And he got very near it.
'Von have done wrong; why have you
done so? Come thither and untie
me,' said the sun. The Rabbit, al
though he went thither, was afraid, and
kepi on partly passing by him. And
making a wish, with his head bent
down and his arm stretched out, he cut
the bowstring with his knife. And the
sun had already gone on high. And
the Rabbit had the hair between his
shoulders scorched yellow, it having
been hot upon him. And the Rabbit
airivcd home. 'Itcitci I O grand
mother, the beast has left nothing of
me,' said he. She said, 'O my grand
child 1 I think that the heat has left
nothing of him for me.' From that
time the Rabbit has had a singed spot
on his back between his shoulders."
A verbatim translation of the first
few sentences of the legend (in which
it will be noticed the articles follow
tin; nouns,) reads as follows:
"It came lo pass Rabbit the his
grand-mother the only dwelt with his
own, they say. And mornjng very
habitually hunting went thither, they
say: morning very went, they say, not
withstanding person onc'foot long very
as a rule trail had gone, they say. 'I cr
son the now 1 first I go will I who,'
thought they say. Morning very arose,
they say, having went, they say. Again
it happened person the trail had gone,
they say. Iucanie to pass he reached
home, they say. Said as follows, they
say: 'Grandmother I first I go I
make for myself in spite of it person
one getting aheaitof me he has gone.' "
The remainder is fully as interesting
and intelligible, but already the wearied
reader who has followed thus lar cries
"Enough 1" Gro. V. Stewart.
I'rcscott, Arizona, July 20, 1885.
.11.11. Ill I, .lllfIKl lllli.
Mr. A. C. Smith lias moved into his new
The liaikenline W. II. Dimond, having
linUheir unloading her cargo, was hauled into
thcstie.nu vesterday morning.
Tlie sum Kinau brought 3.133 IkE -"'gar,
30 bales wool, 46 goat skins, 41 60 bags.
lKitatoes, a hoises, 90 pkgs suiulncs.
Tbe schooner Catetlna, brought jo tons of
li-.ie stone fiom the.Wriinianalo liincquaiiy
for th! Hawaiian Utile Company, yesterday
The Diucscurrlculum eipicscunlculaled
eipiesciuiiculously last Satuiday afternoon to
the piodigious UcliRIH 01 several iiuwhcu
joung lolks and many oldsters.
The American sJiouncr Ida Schnauer
anived al Kahulni last Monday from San
Francisco. 'She commenced taking in sugar
last Satuiday, and will sail Tor San Francisco
sometime this week.
Jamie Wilder went away laden with leis.
So diil Major Itendtr. When last seen Jamie's
gucclut form was propped against the major's
majestic bulk. The twain we "beating
one another's buiiiens."
.Judge Dickey, of the Illinois Supreme
Pencil, sllcil wilhln a lew hours of General
Grant, his old chief of stall. Chicago honored
lersclf In doing him honor at the funeral
ceremonies In that city.
The sclioonet Kulamaqu, brought 3,171
bags sugar from Kolialalclej the schooner
ManuoVawai, 644 liags rice fiom Koolau, and
the steamer Walnunalo, 600 bags sugar, horn
Tlie superintendent of the wharves, Is re
pairlug the cap-log near the 0. S, S. Co.'.,
whaif. 1 le hat ready at the esplanade, frames
for the construction of new mud scows, now
ready, and work will be commenced soon.
The band give a farewell seienade lo our
distinguishes! visitors by Ihe Mariposa on
Saturday last, and immediately iherealter ic
liicd to ihe solitude of their, summer vacation.
"We shall meet, but we shall miss them.
The steamer Kilauca Hon brought 3,599
bags sugar from Hanukua I the steamer
Iwalaul, I,8jj bogs sugar, JJ head catlle anil
459 bags paddy from Kauai ) the sleahier
lames Makee, 1,419 bags oca and paddy from
Kauai and Walalua ; and Ihe steamer C. Is.
llishoplrought 1,417 l' K" from H1"
Tb sunt Lchiu brought 64 bags sugar and
is bones from liana and Kahutui; the strut
laiuct I Dowselt brought 164 sheep, J horse
and 40 bales wool from Molokai; the schr
Walmalu brought ito bags sugar fiom Ho
noniu; tlie schr HalcakaU brought 1,384 lsgs
sugar bom Pcixckcoi and the schr Mile Mor
iis biuujht Joo bunches baiuiua fiom Kwa
the nnirtiicni'H will return Ij t..wn
Tiiexljjf evening m iheer the M 1 low ami pro
iet( iht filherlrw loma had cairn fle lalirM
cilrn when hit heard from, ami Cecil hail
leleplroneil MeOnitlcw to put up tlie price of
l. 1'mfrssor Seott I now welnhlnR alwut
ilo.'an.l the ptomoter-ln-chtef Vtcki the le.int
al aUrnt the tame figure. The n;tlcnllur.il
eililoi of the bulletin, however, illll Uke till
Turtihtft .fif,Mf MIA.
ThestMmcrs KlUuea I Ion ami James
Makee will null to-moirow.
The Matileil Men were ilefeileil lijr the
Honolulu! last Saturday, 15 to 14.
A small opium seTwe was made last Satur
day morning hy Officer Melitteni.
Mr. P. C. Jones' book-keeping classes al
lire V. M. C. A. Iwijm woik again lust night.
Mr. C. II. Miles purchased nil (he horses
lold at Wailuku last Thursday liy Mr. W. II.
A "young gentleman" (presumably also a
)oung man) adveilises for .1 situation in a store
The liaikenline Discovery finishes unloading
hrr cargo this morning. She has already
begun taking In sugar for San l-'rancisco.
A party of compositors from the Press and
Advertiser, paid a visit lo the Volcano last
week, and enjoyed the trip thoroughly.
The schooner Kauikeaoull brought 555 bags
tugir from Kohala yesterday. She will be
laid up for a sseck for general overhauling.
The wheel house of the stmr James t. How.
sen was left on the wharf vevterday. It will
be put on the hurricane deck on her return.
The stmr James I. Dow sett took last even
ing U the leper settlement at Kalawao, Moto
kal, five lepers, three of whom svere women.
The bktne V. II. Dimond was hauled back
to the old custom house w half yesterday, from
the stream, where she received sugar from the
stmr James Makee.
The lug Kleu is now laid up for a week,
during which time hrr machinery svill lie
cleaned, and her steering Apparatus refiseil.
The tug Pclc will act In her stead.
O I.uso Hawaiiano, the new or revived
Portuguese piper, under the editorship of Mr.
A, Marques, made its appearance yesterday
from the Gazette office. May success atlmd it.
The 1'ort-slrcet lortion ol the late One
Trice Mechanics llaraar Is lieing put in order
for occupmcy by the City of Ilrusscls Kmior
lum, establishes! for some two ears past at the
corner of King and Alakea Streets.
Viscount Tonic, the young Japanese noble,
who came here by the stmr Vamashiru Maru
to assist the. Japanese Consul, returned last
Saturday from a visit of inspection to Waianac
Plantation, where he found the Japanese well
treated and happy.
The following genllamen liavc been elected
officers of the Halawa Sugar Company, Ko.
hila, for the ensueing year : Messrs. J. H.t'aty,
president-, P. C. Jones, ticasurcr; J. O. Carter,
secretary ; George J. Koss, auditor ; T. H.
Foster and J. A. Hopper, directors.
Mr. George L. Torbert, who came here
from tlie coast recently, expecting to take a
position in the Hawaiian Hotel, was accncd
last week by Mr. L. Montgomery Mather,
K)ct nnd clerk of Mr. Sprockets' paper, of
stealing s pair of socks from the lattcr's room.
The prosecution failed to prove the thell and
Judge llickeiton dismissed the accused last
lr(tfirf(, AitguMf ilHh,
The schooners Nettie Merrill, Malolo and
Waiehu aic in the stream, being repainted and
The circus changed its programme last ni(,ht
and reduced its prices. The new bill is a
The steamer Iwalani and C. K. Ilisliop
look ycstciday 60 and 40 Chinese laborers to
Kauai and liana, Maui, respectively.
The steamer Kilauca Hon sails at noon to
day for various Hamakua potts, with a cargo
of machinery and general merchandise.
The crane which was uscil in hoisting In
the new boiler of the steamer Likelike, has
been taken down, there being no further used
The American harkentine, Ella, Captain E.
M. 1 1 owe, may be cxjirclcd to arrive from San
Francisco, eaily next week. Mevns. C.
Urevser & Co., arc her agents here.
Il was a fine sight to see the "immigration
excursionists" gather at Node's yesterday.
The nose of the agricultural editor of the
Ilulletin nude the atmosphere of the place
Thcchooner .Malolo will sail next week lo
Hilo, Hawaii. She will lx engaged In con
veying cargo from the biig Hazard, (which is
expected at thai xnt next week) lo the vaiious
plantations on Hawaii.
The Hawaiian schooner Jennie Walker,
Captain Anderson, returned yesterday, 13 days
from Fanning's Island, with 24 Ions lime
stone for Ihe Hawaiian Lime Company, and
about 30 tons of guano for Mr. A. V. Cooke.
Master John A. ltabcock returned by her.
The Jennie Walker is consigned to Ihe Pacific
Thirty three tins of opium were telicil yes
terday morning In the office of Wells Fargo &
Co. The opium was invoiced as merchandise
and consigned to a Chinaman. The China,
man who called foe them objected 10 the
packages being examined. As no one re
lumed to claim the goods, the boxes were
openetl and the fraud discovered. The find
was Immediately put Into the hands of Ihe
While the colonisation patty was slaying at
Kahuku Kanch, they were silling in the ranch-
house veranda one evening, discussing the plan
of salvation for Hawaii, when the conversation
shifted Into the realms of theology. "What
do you consider the strongest natural argu
ment in favor of the Intervention of divine
providence ?" asked the scientific sharp of hc4
aipeilition. VVlut I nave ridden tne mule
that Jack built and still live 10 write cuitouais
for the Dullclln," said the journalistic Don
Quixote as he placed his anatomy carefully in a
cushioned chair. "But there is a legal way of
escaping this divine retribution," exclaimed
the lawyer, starting up, "How?" eagerly
gasped the crowd. "Uy refusing lo read the
Uulleiln," cjuoth the lawyer U he slid off to bes!.
TANrofcay, jtmnuti tU
The creditors of J, V. R0W1U00. & Co.
have received their second anal final dividend,
J pet cent.
The baikcntincs Discovery am! W. H.
Dimond have been hauled lata tbe stream
The schooners Nettie Metilll, Ualolo,
Waiehu and IvauUstawuU after a gxaral iWstf
haulieg are now being reftiatesl.
The sloop PoUl, lately bassaOtf by Mr. W.
Williams ai-4 rafcuest hew, wist be Uyioan.1
next Satuslajr baass ike tiaveeitVt wtmt.
Thi bulletin repoiler who made merry
vesterday over ihe adventures uf Juhnnlt llab
em.k during the tatter's southward trip had
best mind his weather eye.
The luik C. O. Whltmore, which arrived
In ort yesterday morning, 26 days from Pott
Tow nsend, brings (ll,gyi fiet of lumber and
1,016 cetlar posti consigned to Messrs, Allen
'I lie lliimuulii Sheep Station ComKny of
Hawaii have elected the following officers 1
Messrs. I'. V. rilade, president and manager;
C. Menkc, vice-president ( II. I', Glade, sec
retary! J. I', llackfeld, treasurer; IU Mullet,
There was a filr audience at the showcus
last night. Mr. Ilerger acted as Interlocutor
for Ihe clown In his great musical performance.
The clown says he can teach Mr, Ilerger to
play on tin eans If the Professor will consent
lo put In lo hours a day for a few months.
itrnoMe Ilrostier of ye Hull Ur in
Ye stalely Imgtrunlt(l'-nlJtilio1e diluted
liy our lorna) laVrth In ill part
Ye Idrally compliment his nosen on,
And wreck. It HI that tMs flamboyant pow
Illuminates )e arfthbling brotherhood
n modest riflht of might. Not to, kooJ U mi.
Screw up ve windows of thine rueful phi
And let ye general smite at Ihy fat wit
Sleal h and light je empty cobwehbed cll
Uy courtesy yclept )e tngshanlcs' brain.
"With all their conspicuous poverty of
thought and expression," exclaimed the erudite
and accompliihed editor of Mr. Spreckcls'
Monopoly Organ and Mr. Gibson's Corruption
Apologist, as "! topped tin to what Ihe Ga
idle would call his tripod, and enveloped his
four feet of length'and thiee feet of breadth In
the latest edition of the Guide. Isn't thai a
fine sentence, asked the lively.manlkin, glai
Ing at the poet, who sat opposite him, with a
dainty .Manila between his pretty lips. "I
should suffuse to snicker," said the poet, wink
ing at the animated grin who mlsfdls Ihe local
columns! "Isn't it Wraylor ?" "Wa-wa-ka
hoo-hoo, )cs,"laughcd the animated j;rin. And
then the little editor of the great paper sent
his copy up stairs with the audible aside that
he guessed that would "paraljte em."
FrlitttH, Auyttttt Xtit,
The schr Wailclc, which anived from Kauai
yesterday brought 400 bags ol rice.
The stmr W. G. Hall brought yesterday
ficin Windward ioits 1,487 bags sugar, 96
bags awa, S3 hides, 2 horses nnd 20 head
The schr Jennie Walker will sail to-motrow,
after the arrival of the Alametla, for Jaluit
with n load of supplies. She will lie absent
almut ten weeks.
The schooner Kawailani brought 670 bags
sugar and 3 head of cattle from Koolau )es
lenlay and Ihe schooner Wailclc brought 487
bags paddy and 125 bags of rice from Ihe same
The members of Engine C01, No. 2, have
decides! to hold a ball in the near future for
the purpose ol liquidating the debt on their
flag pole. Committees have lccn appointed
and due notice will hereafter be given the
liberal properly owner.
The truth is dear ISuIlciin that your reportor
ial scribe acknowledged in that little "scienti
fic discussion" at Kahuku ranch that he was
forced to believe in his creed because the im
potence of his mind prohibited him from
establishing it logically and it -naturally lol-
lowci lhat when the Professor and the Press
man went to bed that not only a rhetorical
but a logical vacuum remained. The same
phenomenon occuresdaily in the Uullctin's edi
torial rooms whenever chance visitors leave
the agricultural editor to enjoy sole occupancy.
The Oltirr ltillnl.
Kain has been very plentiful in Hilo of late.
Two Hilo thieves were recently convicted,
one having stolen $150 and the other $1,200.
Kev. Isaac Goudell, of Honokaa, Hawaii,
occupied the puhiit of Fort-Street Church last
The schooner Ida Schnauer will sail from
Kahului for San Francisco tu-morrow with
full cargo of sugar,
"Strong hop beer is very plentiful in Hilo
warranted to make drunk in short order. A
strong opposition to Ihe licensed liquor shop,
but wilh no license," writes a Hilo corres
pondent. Kev. Sit Moon, Clergvman of the Chinese
Church In Kohala, died on tlie 10th instant of
dysentery. He was reelected by Ihe while
residents of the district and greatly beloved by
Kohala has lieen holding a .Sunday-school
convention which was attended by some 700
leople, more than half of wlium came from
Kona and Kail where they will return by
steamer next Tuesday.
Six hundred Hawaiian Sunday School
children from the different districts of the is
land ol Hawaii are lo meet at Makapala, Ko
hala, on the 28th instant. A large lanai has
been erected ami the oilier essential prepara
tions are being niadtx
Several large panics have gone from Hilo
lately to vl-it the unusually active crater at
Kilauea. Among tbe parlies recently was one
made up of Mr. J. D. Illackman, the principal
ol the Union School, wilh his two sons, a good
stock of provisions, a pack horse and a tent.
They started August 8th.
A CMryMHlhemttm fatiif in Japan.
A correspondent of the Boston Trancript
writes thus of flowers In Tokio 1 '"The Em
peror and Empress request the pleasure ol your
company to see the chrysanthemums,' said Ihe
invitation. The guests were received at the
palace and passed before Ihe imperial pair, be
ing presented in turn and receiving a slight
bow of recognition from each. The mikado is
of medium height, with black, face and a quick,
restless, eye. I le was dressed in a dark-colored
hussar uniform, with white trimmings. The
empress, who is quite petite, was dressed in
court costume of scarlet brocade. The re
ception-hall opened to the galleries, and finger
boards indicating the paths to be followed,
Fine old trees, ponds, rustic oridges, old stone
lanterns, beds ol flowers, pietty tea-bouse,
wide-spreading dwarf tiers three or four feet
high, and long bamboo sheds filled wilh
chrysanthemums, formed but few of the at
tractions of the scene. Little tables were
found at intervals, each wilh a pretty lacquer
box of cigarettes on it, aad a keeper leading a
pair of Sibettan bloodhounds was a feature. A
moderately long walk through winding paths
brought the guests to a la'ge plateau, reached
by a short and very sleep ascent. Reaching
the top of the elevation, a large area of flower
beds were found' all of chrysaMhtuuus in all
shades while in ornamental bamboo sheds
were thousands sf ihe loveliest and choicest
specimens, imaginable of this superb flower,
which grows iu (real perfection in Japan. All
culois, shapes and varieties are here in profu
sion, while several bushes had upwards of 300
ftowen each, and one something over 400.
Probably the display of chrysanthemums waa
the Meat in the world, home time waa spent
In admiring the flowers, chatting and listtattng
to the musk when Ihe ianpenal party led the
way to baajutieul hamhnn pavilion, fully 1 jo
trait long, slaconted with festoons of white and
ml tttk, aad the leBfmiting couusna Ueirag
coveted with issaasssa of ibwrwi. la ibis feief
Uaatw mataUallaiM IjlliaM MeftEae) UMralaJ
eelsavre anrmjsaTsyssjmmy wrerpmssy sjsjpwsv? rmBpxpmve
TTOLLISTER & CO.,
isriTi: rnr .iTTK.srios rut:
rilm.ia .t voVsritv MKiiuiiAsm
In particular, to their larae and
varied asMOttment of
a vxnhtimrp ri'tt I'lnruiiv,
Juit tecetred. 'Ifiil Is acknowledged
to be the finest perfume In the
world. All of one quality.
(Jreat variety of odars stylet
ant -prices, alio
(all shapes and style)
and the large! and must complete tlosk of
ever kept in this Kingdom, a
Urge Invoice of
tr.lSBKII aiKUtTKHUAXKAS 3P0X0K
direct from Furope, free from
sand or dirt. Agents for
PARKE DAVIS k COS
J. O. AYER At CCS
Horaeford's Acid Phosphates,
Green's August Flower ft German Syrup,
Allcock Porous Piaster Co',
Murray ft Lanman'a Florida Water
Yerba Buena Bitters.
IJOLLISTER & CO.,
are also Proprietors aiut Manufio
fact inert of the celebrated
Agents for Wn. S. Kimball & Co'
fragrttni Vttnlty ilr
Tobtteeo and CtganUe
which liave 00 rival. The
larifcst assortment of
PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN
OUR GINGER ALE & SOD A WATER
has always been recoftnucd as lh
bct in the maikct.
OVK .QIXGER ALE EXTRACT
being manufactured from our own
pnvatt formula In
AERATED WATERS m Paieot or Cwk
Stoppered buttles as desired.
WHOLESALE A RETAIL, s NUUANU ST,
RETAIL, Co. FORT MKRCHANTSTS
CON TK ACTOR aiul HUILDER,
STEAM JPLAXINU MILLS
Manufacture all kiods ea
and .11 adtuU of wro4-work,aalls.
TssnUzstj. a an all, asaval Wasat awisss
All kinds c4 Kaning and Sawina'. MoetUinz, and Tmi
ORDKkS PRQMfTLV ATTENDUD TO AND
Oriiars tVoea Um aibtr ttlanda eolkit!. ssiS
JT. J .t4 JM MTH JWfWrt.
(oprosira uoorV, sraiLas.)
JaT Carrias. l all uWtaitaldM ratja I elw sa
auM r.rveeaO. teeaa. n
TWtiies limnlatnletaaMj males uf all klaett,
Alt seat ajaaraaaMe) w ah saaiidrslrai
.pASTLB A COOKE,
WooMcTltTtlorilotlifIf Lrg inJ
Ari1 Stock of
CuntUtlnft of ih unri rHed Pari Steel
'ITe Moline Steel HreAkert. arttl Furrottlni' Mo. M
line Steel PIu a!. Mies Planet, Jr , Culn
vatori. Dirt Scraper,
John Drec ding Plow,
Planters' Hoe of the Lett maVM.
DISS10NS' CELEBRATED CANE KNIVES
made to urjrr. A me' Shovels and Spali,
Garden lloes. Canal Harrows. Ox
Uow, Volet, Chains, Fence
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Srerm Oil, Cjlinder. Laru
and Kerosene Oil, Perfect
Lubtiuators, Pltimliago, AU
Lany (irrae, Dmton and
S. and J. riles, allstiesaml
VirxJt, Steam Packing, rL-rf
and Hound India Rubber.
Afitclos and boap Stone,
Flax Pack inn, ftulu Rub
ber Htrte, i to a inch. Pip.,,
ami Coupling Nuts and
Wanheri, tmiihed, Machine
lUis, all siies, Cold pred
DUtkimith's, Engineer's nnd
Carpenter's Hammers, Pipe
Cutlers, Winches, 8 inch tu
24 inch. Anvil. ice, I ut
Scrapers, Orinditone, Itet ,
American Par Iron and Too.
bteel, Iluihlers Hardware,
all kind and Myles, Hub
buck's Paints and OiU.raw
and ltitcd. bmall Paints in
Oil, in farce variety. Dry
Paints, Umber, Venetian,
Ked. Ochre Melall.c. Kc,
Whiting Ocrman Window
ats'td sire. Manila Rope
No. 1 rind a Flour, No. and a Rice,-
a Flour, No. and 1
ugar, China and Japar
Clams, Salmon, Lo
Crushed Sugar, China andjapan Teas,
are Keromenn Of. Hioi CVm
trifugal lAninga, 14 Inch. Kubhrr
Sprtttg anil Vanca llrakn just at
hand. Blake Steam Pump Valves, Pack
Ing. &c, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete.
AtM OM CONSICNMRNT
California Hay, Harlev, Potatoes, Barrel
salmon. Ham, AtueMu Aiuture tor (toners
and Steam Pipes, very cheap. Fence Wire
and Staples, Galtaiiiied Hoofing
Wilcox and Oibb's Automatic; Singer Manufacturing
Company, Aortcd: Remington Company, Family;
Wilton Machine, the best auoitnient to be found,
and at Bottom Price.
by every arrival from England, New
V ork and San Francisco.
1 New Traotteas Eaglae, 8liorae power.
Ordrs from the other Islands filled at UcM Rates and
wilh dioalch 7$yiQi
Sritrai Skips Aiiullr frw Liitrfool.
' Orienle " from Liverpuol, Steamers from San
KrancUco and other tale arriraN,
THEO. H. DAV1ES & CO.,-
EntfliUi and American Prints,
While Cotton. Unbleached Cottons,
linen llrdl and Duck, Crowii Canvas,
r tench Merino of different uuahtK,
Grey, Blue and MUebaJkk.
Waterproof Tweeds, Drc muerult,
Miit, aatin. aiiK Kitibun,
Vchel. I lottery, UHercluthing,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
Lawns, White and Printed Motefckbi,
linen and Cocton LUodos, Tosrels,
Handkerchiefs, Motquito reingi
Rubber Ckthliig, Waterproof Sheetinj,
Men's, Women's Children's Boots 4 Shoes,
(k'ues and ayks addpteVI ta this market,)
Horse Hiaiikiu: lied UUnkets.
(all sues, weights, qualities and colors.)
Velvet and Taptttry,
Mug and Matt
Centre Rues, Navy and Merchant Canvas,
filter Presa Kajt. I arosifik. buifar Bast
, . Rice Up. Coal Bags, 3 & 3 pTy Twine,
Ifaflii E&WeiidUi k etorteettFlagi
Floor Oil Cloths, (tasteful designs, auorted widths)
Mtn't tMddlea. Side Saddles, Swldlery.
Iron BelsiaiU. OalvaniJed Buckets.
Tloned Iron Tea Kettles, Sauce Patts Try Pans
Butcher Knives. Knives and Forks.
TU Ptte, Sheet Uad, (Uvaniscd Water Pipe
-, 1 iu a incnes
Write Lead, (various qualities).
Boiled Od. Turpentine ,
Yellow SheMlhiH0 Mttal A )fUI
Annrakd Fenc. Wire. fent. Staples
Win runt uuarxia ana Arcaes,
istwt Raala, wuh tuk tUln, Boka and Suke,
A LARGE rREbH ASSORTMENT OF
Crockcrr and Clusvaa., Ooa, Picka, Skov'ela,
Hamntinn and Meckaaoc's Took,
KaW, 4 Cb'a INjlUbU Knalnco,
O.. SrUnWPUao, by ri.ud 1 Sana,)
Tereui CkeJji, Iraiae'l Sosss
mm wtata su
hasSS rTTlni. (Wk'a JidHuua's)
firt Rrkaa. rjoaa ryaw .i.t nkt
i utagi raeaai aa
A CafsjaiaaU VMafc Aanmsaan of
Ml Mays Son
No. 42 Queen Street.
H now tamKnit
Pot Alameda A John D. Spfcekolc,
tarmr sHiCMnrr or
v I nso i 'lei I Mv. i 'Ui t I'm Use
Comtlnjftn part cf
llbk lUtr, (WilfnOale.
III.U I-bur. Kl IKsrado.
Sack llarlefi Ikit
Saekt Curn. Iit. CratketL
Sacks (Iran, Ctoine and Fine.
Sackt Means. White,
.Sack IteanS, Ked,
Saf ks Means, Pa you.
Sacks Mean, Lima
St Onions, Mt Silver Skill
SackA Pulatoet, Pest in Otmnle
Caes Ka'ra SotU Crackers,
Cae Meditim (tread.
Cate Cracked Wheat, lo Ik bag.
Laes Lorn Metl, lnie, iu lu uaz.
Caul Oat Meat, iu lb. I
Cates Corn .Starch.
Cask Dupee Ham,
Cnks C tk A
Ca"M U, Paeon
Caes Fairbanks lrd, i lb. pad.
Caes Fair bank's Ijird, 5 lb. pail.
Cae Fair bank's faanl, lo lb. pail
Ce Whitney's Mutter, In tin,
' Half L14i. Mutter, Pickle Roll,
tjt. bbl. Putter, Pkkl Roll.
Half firkins Mutter, Gilt ndec.
Or. fiifcin Mutter, OiR Kdre,
Caes New Chee.
Moves and (ills. Salt Cilfih,
Mbl 'I ierce Columbii River Salmon
Caie Kresli Keg,
Cae lAumlry Starch,
a Boxes Itrown I-iuudry Soap,
Pure Java CoflVe, Roasted nnd Grouml, i lb. tins,
Satcks (it ten ColTee.
Chet Japan 'Ira, i lb, itapers,
, Chets Japan lea, ( lb. papers
Moses Raisins, Imlon layers.
lroe Raisin, ljintlon la)rr,
yi mxt Raisins, lndon laayers,
Mote Raisin, Muscatel
Case Mixed Pickle,"
Cases Spice assort eil, all sizes,
Pail .Mince Meat, At more,
Tin Mince Meat, Cuttings.
Sacks Raw Peanut,
Sack i.ngitsn Gamuts,
Sacks Soft Shell Almond,
Sacks'lexas Pecan, extra larpe.
Cites California Honey, t lb. tin.
lae King, Alone s. ut, iresn canned
Kruils, Jellie and Vegetable.
Males Wrapping 1'aper, extra quality
A LARCH ASSORTWFNT f
'Hctf California Leather.
Sole, Insole, Harness. Skirting and Upper.
French and American Calfskin,
Sheep Skin, Goat Skin,
Hawaiian Saddle Tree.
And other goods too numerous to mention.
These good are frefdi, were bought very low, and
Htii ue ftoiu ai
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
m. w, umm & son,
No. 42 Qnn Street.
TViT ETROPOLITAN MARKET.
C J. WALLER. Proprietor
CLoloest Maata frtras Fluent Herd..
Families and stiippi.iz suppliel on hort nlice anj at
Lowest Market Prices.
All meat, ilrtittt-td from thi market are thorouehli
chill?! iniine.lUtcly after killim; by nxcan of a !!.
treated retain all iuiuicvproirertiei, and i gastrantccd
to keep loiifter after deltircrv han freIilykiUed meat,
No. CoKikoSv.. UonolUi-1, II. I.
PEATICAL PUDQEa A .AS rilTCB,
Copper and Sheet Iron Worker
KANCSES, TINWARE, Etc.
M3t All woik guaranteed and all orders fatt.full)
attended to. Pleate leave orders on the vlaie
r-pHB GENUINE AKTICLB
COI.UMniA RIVF.R SALMON
Bavlaaoa BaOliaw, 1884 C.tck.
Just received from Portland, Oregon, uy
CASTLE e COOKEJ
Trwsa Fink Icaa b rtllad npoa as FLrst-CUta
U91B IA3 sunn.
IwitcaM, CtuIs, rrout Pisess,
All warranlcU Natural Hair.
IriMsisu: Back Halt Nrrs.
Lad and ChiUrene llair Cutttna and Shampoo
ing at atore or rcuJeoce
Laagrtry Hair Cattiafl a Sawclalta-.
AH at San Fr.ncUco Frtcel.
L)Ort74 Fort SlrMt OpiMMt. Dodds SlaUe.
CITY SHOEING SHOP,
(OPPOSITE IKJDIIS STADLES.)
IAfStAA VkamfSsuur ua JA AafaC kaaakaa
rrVSS anltSraaS "W SlaWv law (V rarrnrP
Done In tne moM wokiudtke maiukei.
Our Uaiet wiH be reawonaUe.
Th urt4eanaaedt bavlog UwrtU imu tW Uuresi of
air. J awes imm w ie aovve Maost hmscsh Waseisie
nee (4 lit OUfal nnnaf Uooaed ses tW laU awsn
MT Monee uke to iKe sJum and rejajisjil al lwrt
''AatelLaCaaaaaaaBaaaHLBSR LILLaBalaaaaaaHaaK '
Al the Old Stand, No. 8 Kaahumaiiu St., Honolulu;
IMI-OKII RANII tilAl.rKINAM. TIIH trtsr I.MI'ROVF.I)
JS rr O Ar 13 5 AND X. .A. IV Gl 3B ,
(Jranite Iron Ware, Plain and Nickel Plated ;
'lln Ware, uf all lit. U;
taarnps and Lanterns.
IMimihliig, Tin, Copper
at-af A vari,f of Houm I'urnishini Cowls loo numerous to mention.
l 0. HALL"& SON, (Limited.)
llnvc just received Ux llarl. Mcndola ami oilier arrivals
Uoston Card Matches. Downer's Kerosene Oil, Frazer'i Axle Grease,
Cotton Waste, Ice Cream Freezers, (all sixes),
Eddy's Refrigerators, (all sizes), Lawn Mowers, Iron Aeate Ware.
S5 rJ7 O "r 13 Jb and XI. a. w sj'-n.-is"r
a ni:v lot ok
ttr Owini; to llic unusual ilcmaml for tlie
uccil, and tills shipment has nnluil just in time
rciluccil, and tins shipment has nnluil mst i
sec dcsciipthe catalogues, sent on application
VC KLEI CONSTANTLY
Colgate's Toilet Soap, Harness .So.ip, No. I laundry Soap (in case),
Sterling Soap (in case), Knulic Soap (in case),
lloilcil nnd Haw Linsecil Oil,
Lanl Oil, SViilcgatc Oil, I'canut Oil, Neats Toot Oil, Castor Oil,
' T U R 1- U N T I N U ,
1'AINTS OF ISrXSRY ItESCIlIl'TIOX,
Ami a cry Superior Stock of all Kimls of
1Z. -sA. S3 3D TTvT A 33 33 ,
All to tic hail at the
LO.WEST IA.mCET B.A.TES.
E. O. HALL & SON,
250-261 Corner I"oit and Kliig Strcclr, Ho.'w!ulo,'II. Ii
- -eaaarasaaai -.rfraatataaaBtaaMraMraaaararaaraaaaiaa-Braai
READERS OF THE "SATURDAY PRESS"
Will find it an advantage to SKNO FOR OUR, LARGE ILLUSTRATED'
CATALOCSUB, wliirh, together with Sami)les, is SENT FREE TO ANY
Wc are Retail Dealers in WEARING A1TAREL of Every Description.
OTJll TEN LEADING DEPARTMENTS; ARE:
FANCY GOODS, DRESS-GOODS, ""
' DOMESTICS, WRAPS, CLOTHING,
FURNISHING GOODS, NOTIONS, L
HATS, SHOES, MILLINERY.
Wc do not intend that anyone anywhere shall supply want in thane Hum
so well as we. '
Wc have the largest General Retail Establishment on thcPacitic Coaat ol
America. Residents pf the Hawaiian Islands can m ils,aaiiiiiiTn iiviaigi i
prires and gel the newest and best Goods by sending to u. " m
t7 Snull orders are filled with as much care and atttiiaiiw M tajpt awa.
The same goods and prices to distant custrMScrs as to these who visit tw H
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250-11 o &
Pacific Hardware C(mpiy
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ltaat rccdrtsl IVWv's KtA
AH 11 Mrflr tW W4
Hahanired Iron and Iad Pipe;
bhcet lead and Cupper i
Iion-Stota' Drain Pipe
and Sheet Iron Work,
aliow our stock oi, hand was very much
for the present wason. Kor kinds and sites
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