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HAWAIIAN BAEK KA MOI
OV THE Sa OP NOVEMBER LAST.
JTJEEP PIXK PRIXTS,LAGE PATTFRN?.
Assortment Fancy Print, new pfylr.
White fJrortnd Prints,
Clack and White Prints, French Muslin-.
Hoary DIae Peclras, plain and etrip.-il.
Blue and White Striped Ticking.
Crown Cotton, aborted qualities.
Clue Cottons, White Cotton?,
Horrockses White Long Clcth. A and C, 3C
inch and 32 inch wide.
Linen Sheeting, 72, 82, OOand 100 inches wide,
Cotton Sheeting. 63, 72. 80 and 90 inches wide,
Victoria Lawn. 7-jard pieces, anst'd qualities,
Indigo Blue Flannel, Clack Silk Alpaca-.
Black Cobourgi, fine and medlnra,
Scotch Waterproof Tweed, all color".
Silk Corah Handkerchiefs,
Turkey Red and Yellow Cotton Handkerchiefs
Lndiea' Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Assorted Cotton Stockings and Socks,
Linen Thread, Assorted,
Clack and Colored Silk Neckties new styles.
Monkey Jackets, assorted qualities.
Heavy Woolen Blankets, Scarlet, OcaDge, Blue
and Green, -.
Fancy Flannel Shirts, Linen ShirtsCotton do.
Merino Finish Undershirts, Cotton Undershirt",
Assorted Burlaps, French Calfskin,
Genuine Eai do Cologne.
Macassar Hair Oil, LublrTs Extracts,
F1n Indi.i Rubber Dressing Comb?.
Fine Woolen Shawls and Traveling Plaids.
Fina and Common Pen and Pocket Knives.
Fine Steel Scissors, Common Scissors,
Tinned Spnra on Carda. Iron Teakettles,
Galvanized Pails, 10 and 12 inch,
Galvanized Washing Tubs,
Perforated Metal for Centrifugal Machines.
Charcoal Box Irons,
Bright Fencing Wire, No. 4, 6 and 6,
Full Asstm't of Best Refined English Bar Iron,
Mantz'5 Yellow Metal Sheathing, and Compo
sition Nails, Block Tin,
Galvanized Iron Pipe. Hoop Iron.
Porous Water Monkeys,jPresed Tumblers.
Cat Porter Glasses.
Habbnck'a Patent White Zinc Jaint,
nubbuck'a Patent White Lead Paint.
ITabback's Palo Boiled Linseed Oil.
Black Paint, Paris Green, Red Leai'..
I'ansfic Soda, Best Lagos Falm Oil.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
GERMAN. ENGLISH & FRENCH
Liebig's Extract of Meat.
.Stearine Candles, 4, 5 and Gjo n pound.
Castor Oil, in tins and glass,
Epsom Salts in bulk and boxes.
NesU of Trunks, Bird; Brooms,
Wrapping Paper, Market Baskets.
Assortment of Blank Books,
Press Copy Books, Shipping Receipt Books.
Assorted Sizes Horse Rope, Hemp Packing.
?puny3rn. Flag Line, Log Line.
Marline and. Housing,
.Swedish Safety Matches,
Deroe's Kerosene Oil, in patent cans,
Heid5eek Co.'a Champagne, in qtu. and pts.
Ruinart Pere & Fils' Champagne, do. do.
Sparkling Hock, in qts. and pts.
Genuine Hollands Gin, in jugs and baskets,
Genuine Hollands Gin, in glass, green boxes,
Bmtelleau & Co.'a Brandy, in glass, one to
Boutelleau t Co.'a Brandy in caaks
German Ale and Lager Bier in qts. and pts.
Jeffrey's Edinbnrgh Ale and Stout qta. and pts.
Assorted Clarets Tery Cne to common
Liebfaaenmilch & Laubenheimer Rhine Wines
Small Assortment of Hungarian Wines
Bitters, Alcohol in 1 gal. demijohns 06 per cent
German and Havana Cigars.
Fire Clay, Coal Tar, Stockholm Tar
Empty Petroleum Barrels for Tallow containers
Oak Boat lor Coasters,
Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc.
Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc.
Etc. Etc. Etc.
The above specified Goods, together with a well
Assorted Stock now on hand ex recent arrivals,
are offered for sale in quantities to suit the trade.
Orders from the other Islands filled at
lowest market rates. 963
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
Life Insurance Company
IN THE UNITED STATES.
SAML G. WILDER,
0721 Aet fr Ihe Hawaiian Inland.
FEOM CUTTING tt CO.'S CELEBRATED FACTORY,
CEASES MOCK TURTLE SoCI. CASES
J BOAST Beef. Cvcl Boill Beef. Case Rout .Motion,
Cam Boiled MaUoo, Ce Kout Veal, Cmses Turkey, Casr
Chicken, Csar Soap, c.
For 8ie by
B0LLE3 k CO.
A GOES1L 1SS0RTMEXT OF
Preserved Meals, Frnlts, Vegetables.
POR SALE BT B0LLE8 CO.
Sperm and Polar Oil.
VERY SCPKRIOR QUALITY. FOR BALE
IN Qqntitte n 3art by BOLLF-9 CO.
C.r.rA f r Cl.:-krn IM. kr.
KAKAAKO SALT, per Bag or Ton,
or Dru finality Chi uf if Rrinirrt.
MS. I. DOWSETT.
Xf.rci-i Q i' ?n & Fort 5:.
niniis, suns. TAiiLow.
THE UNDERSIGNED COXTINCK
to riy tie Ligfx.-t BiarVet rric" Tr I'ry
rii ' . OoM Fiir sn first Tallr.w.
95T Zm C. r.r.EWKR & CO.
CARRIAGE JMTERIAL !
jiJI'OKES, 1 TO a 1-2 INCHES, HICKORY
KIMS Aih BO'l IlicVory. 1 to 2 incl,e:
II CBS AM sizs,
FELLQU3 For 0.x Car's, assorted ii?s, Oak and Ash;
SHAFTS Wagon and Carriage; finished and rough;
POLES Wagon and Carria;, tint-bed and rouph:
i res Bars Yokes, Sent Kail-,
ll'aon am! ttazzy Bows !
Alwny. Keep on Hnud ami umdr lo Orilfr,
Ox Carl WhteU and Carls,
Wh't.h I am. prepared to SELL CHEAP.
ALKO, ON' 1 1 r .
A Large Lot of Ash Lumber !
Having puirli.nc 1 the entire stock of carriage material from Dil
lingham & Co., I am prepared to fill City and Cmntrv Orders
promptly anil at Reasonable Trice?.
DIFFERENT FTVLF.3 OF
nf my own manufacture, constantly on hand, and
74 and 74 King Street, Honolulu.
FOR SALE LOW BY
C. BREWER & CO.
IT it TOT EST ED 155 15.
OF ALL KINDS, AT
BED ROCK PRICES ! !
A N D
In Large Assortment.
TURi'E.vriivi:, varnish :
' RIITTS, Arc.
Finest Quality Puuloa Salt.
GOODS DELIVERED IN TOWN
ftcee or ciiAnon,
and at any Port in the Kingdom as per
WILDER & CO.
071 Corner of Fort and Queen Sts.
NUUANU ICE MANUFACTORY !
THE L'N'DERSICXED BEGS TO INFORM
the public, Uist baring complete"! the above Establish
ment, and got Into workicj order,
HE IS PREPARED TO FURNISH ICE !
In Qaantitie, to Suit, Delivered in Toirn,
AT 2 1-2 CENTS PER POUND,
or to Contract for Larpe Quantities for Shipping, or for Balls
XT The ICE CART will deliver supplies every morning,
between the hours of 6 and 8 o'clock, and between 3 and 5
o'clock every afternoon. In the evening a supply will be kept
at the FAMILY MARKET for transieri customers.
nlers lctc at Thrum's News Depot and the Family Market
wilt be attended to.
9S3 R. RYCROFT.
FOR SALE !
CIIIXA FIRE-WOOD. JTST RECEIVED
EX BRIO UAZARD.
CUT SPLIT, READY FOR THE STOVE !
99T AT LOTT RTF. ?. C. AI.LFX.
SAT in DA Y. A Uni'ST 21 .
Proposed AruiexatiDn of Hew Guinea.
On the 15th cf May last, a deputation of citizens,
Leaded Ly the Mayor cf Hydney, Trailed cn the
Colonial Secretary, (Hen. Jchn Itoberteon) and pre-
a resolution passe-1 at a rab'.ic raeetius to
urge upon the government the desirableness of taking
steps to induce the British Government to annex
New Cninea to the British Empire. The follcwicg
was the rrply cf the Secretary.
Mr. Roberta' a said that what he understood rra
vratite l by this narrproa and inflaential deputation
was that the .rOTerEment snonu do wtat mignt c
in it? rower to aid the movement set on foot by a
public meeting. The resolutions that were passed rep-
resented the opinion ofthe people cfSvdney, and he be -
lieved cf the reor-le of the colony cenerall v. He under
stood that the deputation were desirous that this
GoTcrnment Ehoul 1 facilitate in every way in its
power the proposition contained in the resolutions,
lie need scarcely eay that he sympathised with the
movement. He had net vet had an opportunity cf
bringing the question of the annexation of w j
Guinea before his colleagues. But whilst expressing j
bia own sentiments, he would like to point out what
had been done. He regarded this question cf the
propose"! annexation in a somewbat more extenaeil
light than that appearing from the resolutions. Four
or five years ago the question of annexing Fiji was
before tLe Government cf which Le was the Colonial
Secretary and Sir James Martin waa Premier and
Attorney General. In reply to certain despatches
from the mother country, Sir James Martin took a
course which be believed was really the cause of the
annexation of Fiji. He thought the paper written
by Sir James Martin pointed out that it was impos
sible for any colony, as was suggested by the Home
Government, to create a colony in Fiji and govern
it. And he thonght that if any one would take the
trouble to read that remarkable paper written by Sir
James Martin, which was forwarded by him (Mr.
Bobertson) to the Secretary of State for the Colonies,
live years ago, they would see that in those days the
annexation of islands where a European population
had settled was defended and maintained-from our
point of view as the duty of the British Government.
Then we found that when there was a change of
Government, when Mr. 1'arkes became Colonial Sec
retary and Premier, that gentleman arrived at pretty
much the same opinion. At any rate Mr. Pnrkes
was in fivor of the annexation of Fiji to the British
Crown. He (Mr. Robertson) held somewhat different
opinions to those of Mr. Parkes or Sir James Martin ;
or rather tie did not think they would agree with the
view he was about to put forward. But he thought
the time had now come when that view could be put
forward and urged strongly on the British Govern
ment. He was bound, however, to state that he had
not laid his views before his colleagues, and in now
speaking he spoke for himself and not for his col
lengues. He thought that if the Australian colonies
were severed from the British Crown which he
hoped would not be for many years to come we
should be sure to colonise not only New Guinea, but
the whole of the islands of Polynesia. He thought
the colonies would do it in the interests of peace and
in the interests of Australasia. We were fortunately
connected with a great empire, and it seemed to him
that what would be the duty of Australia in its own
interests, it was the duty of Great Britain to do in
the interests of the empire of which we formed a
part, Great Britain should take up every one of the
islands of Polynesia, in order that they should not
be taken up by any other nation. He did not press
that view upon Sir James Martin, when he was
dealing with the question of annexation of Fiji, as
he thought it was hopeless to cxtect Great Britain
to incur the expense of governing the islands He
thought the Home Government had acted wisely in
their last procedure with regard to Fiji, but he did
not think they need have sent out a Governor with
4,000 a year salary, and everything necessary to
form a first-class establishment. But, having done
that, if they would now make that gentleman Governor-General
of Polynesia, the whole of the islands
might be governed, and the additional expense would
be a mere bagatelle. The Imperial Government had
appointed a Governor, he presumed, who was a gentle
man of great ability. If, as he had said, they made
that gentleman a Governor-General of the whole of
Polynesia, and made his palace on some man-of-war,
which was, he believed, intended at Fiji call it a
Government house, or anything else whenever that
was in any harbor there would the seat of Govern
ment be whilst it remained. It appeared to him that
a ship of war would be a convenient residence for a
Governor of l'olynesia. The Untish Government
had four vessels, three of which were built in Sydney,
cruising abojt the Southern Seas to pat down the
slave trade. If they bud three or four more, and
had on each a captain who could act in the capacity
of police magistrate, thev would have itinerating
courts of justice, which would be sufficient for the
government of Polynesia for a long lime to come.
If the Imperial Government could borrow money at
3 per cent for the government of the islands, he
believed it would be soon recouped by the extension
of trade and in other ways the government would
really be no expense at all. He knew that the
Government of this colony had been asked to con
tribute towards the government of Fiji. He did
not see how we could do that. He did not think
Parliament could be reasonably asked to contribute
any large sum of money in the expenditure of which
it could have no control. But he thought that the
Imperial Government, having launched into the
thing, and gone to nearly all the expense that would
be necessary for governing tho whole cf Polynesia
having provided judges and law courts, and having
several ships they might with a very little further
expense deal with the whole of Polynesia. He had
had the advantage of long and intimate acquaint
ance with Captain Charles Edward, the gentleman
who went away yesterday in charge of the vessel so
liberally fitted up as an expedition ship by Mr.
Macleay. He had the pleasure of traveling with
that gentleman to the Gulf of Carpentaria some
months ago, and he knew him to be possessed of a
good deal of information with regard to the islands
of Polynesia in fact, he had had some twenty years
or more acquaintance with them and that gentle
man was of opinion, having always been on good
terms with the islanders, and conducted a large
business with them, that if the islanders saw a
British ship of war goiDg now and then to visit them,
the white people would have perfect security in their
holdings or settlements which they might form; and
the native inhabitants would aid in giving np to
Bhips of war or the law courts any persons who
might transgress the laws, whether natives or white
eople. He intended to prepare a paper, if his col
eagues agreed with him in such a scheme as he had
indicated, embodying his views on the subject, to be
sent to the Secretary of State for the Colonies by the
next mail. He thought the scheme was quite prac
ticable. More European Mystification.
We have had since the opening of the year a meet
ing of crowned heads at Venice and another at the
city on the Spree. The meeting at Venice was at
the time regarded with suspicion at tho German
Capital. The meeting at Berlin is now supposed to .
have averted a European war. As a matter of fact, '
nothing is definitely known of the interior history of j
either of these august conferences. Emperors do (
not " wear their hearts upon their sleeves for daws i
to peck at." ' Semi-ofhcial organs" do not speak j
of 6uch high matters from positive knowledge, and !
even full-fledged "official organs "only speak the j
lines set down in their parts. They never know all, i
and they seldom say all that they know. The eager i
curiosity of the outside world is fed upon such
crumbs as tho premiers and grave diplomatists see
fit to throw them. The idea given out in regard to
the Berlin meeting was that Germany was ready to
let slip the dogs of war, wheS the Czar, backed up
by the " moral influence " of England, put a veto
upon the movement. And now wo have the intima
tion of another meeting of Emperors. This time it
is to be at Ems; and Czar Alexander, Emperor
William and Emperor Francis Joseph are the parties
who are to constitute tho august conclave. Victor
Emmanuel, being only a plain King, ia not invited.
Poor France ! not being blessed with even so much
as a King, is not to be represented. Of course the (
meeting has a political significance. These august j
personages do not go to Ems simply to drink the j
waters and take the benefit of the bath3. Specula- !
tion in regard to the objects of the conference is rife;
but the theories are not harmonious. It is surmised j
in some quarters that a policy with reference to the t
relations of the civil to the ecclesiastical power is to j
be agree upon. Another suggestion is that the J
" boundaries of the European powers are to be con- !
firmed." Another points to disarmament " as the
object in view. Some think that an International
Congress for the settlement of international disputes
is to be organized. Meantime no one knows any
thing definite about the matter, except the Emperors
themselves, and it is by no means impossible that
eves they have as yet no" very precise knowledge as
to what is to be the result of their consultations.
One cf the best ways to test a spiJer's aSility to
get himself out of a scrape, is to fill an ordinary
wasb-bowl with water, take a stick and place it in
tho centre of the fcowl, and reaching some distance
aboTe the water, put a spider on the top of the
stick. The insect will get himself away from his
isolated quarters in less than ten minutes, if undis
turbed, and he won't wet his feet in the transit.
Try and ee how iff dene.
Etiquette in Introduction.
Altl:iigh it is an c?taU:.-hed rule of etiquette
that ieroiis meetm in society are ut liberty to
jcak vmhr.ut an introduction wlicu tr.ey know
tach oth'-r bv i!it, Amrricans cro not very liko
!v to 1 5-1. 'Lowtver fao;i!i:ir tbcj may Ic with
tLe rule. While it &.-vvh 'n the hos-t ami
hoetees to intnxlucc tlicir puost. they cannot. A
necessity, introduce mott than a jart cf ti.cui ;
Lcnce a yart cf the duty must full uj-on the
cuests themselves. T!:e awkwanlncss, even the
j annoyance of rercatedly r-cttins nen and women
with whose faces and nanves yon are entirely
funiliar, but to wLota you have tot been mtr
duced, is constantly observable in social circle.
The presumption that meml-er of the rant enll
Ing or of the Eamc set always know each other i
en"irelj unwarranted. tVcn Fhonli they know
eacb other, it can do no harm. If there be tiny
j donbt in the introducer's mind toyrccnt thorn, it
is er.ey to Fay : " I euppoe,
Mr, or Mi?8-
tou are acquainted with Mr
or "So donbt,
" If fK MY-tiM
Mr , yon rraye met Mr-
j iye hccn introduced, the offered c-urtesv will
not be superfluous or cmbarrassir. If they have
i not beeD, the politeness is well-timed. The ab- .
pence or neglect of this attention lias n tendency
to crt'-ate a fort of antagonism 1-etween jr'n
visually acquainted who have met again and ag.tin
without recognition. fiach is inclined to think :
" He knows me very well, but be will not fpeak
If lie feels po, I am sure I will not be the one to
speak Er.t.' We lave known persons of pro- j
i minenec, men particularly, 10 encounter one ;
! another at tartiesand receptions through a whole '
..i ..... IT: .
t friends in common, and ling constantly thrown
together, the mistake is naturally made that they
j arS ntviuainted. Another bit of etiquette equally
well defined is that a Lulv, after n gentleman has
been introduced to her, should, on another meet
ing, recognize him first, it being her prerogative to
drop the acquaintance if she sees fit. This bit of
etiquette, however, is apt to be ignored, women in
distinctly falling into the habit of waiting for men
to take the initiative in recognition, as in every
thing else. Women frequently complain of the ;
diwourteey of men in this matter, while the latter
are merely observing tho form of courtesy which :
etiquette has ordained. Scribncr's Monthly.
Is it Wobtii While? Is it worth while to take
all the sunshine out of life for the sake of ft few
miserable dollars? Meat and groceries, and wood
and clothing are not all of life. If we restrict our
selves to those, and shut out music and pictures,
and the hundred things thi.t cultivate the (esthetic
side of our nature, we shs.Il be economical at the
cost of dwarfing our moral and intellectual nature.
And after we have done this for a long series of
years, and reached middle age with a fair balance in
the bank, we shall then find ourselves unfitted to
enjoy the pleasures that money will buy. We shall
then keep the dusty road so long that when we fin
ally turn aside into the groves and the brook-side,
oar eyes will be in no condition to see the beauties
around us. Is it not better to live while we do live,
to give some brightness and color to our daily lives,
even if by so doing we fail to increase our hoarded
savings quite as rapidly as we otherwise might? Is
economy quite worth the sacrifice of everything that
makes life other than a dull and dismal drndgery?
A wise expendinre of money for the good things of
life is really the best economy.
While the Sioux chief.- were on a visit to their j
'Great Father" at Washington, it was noticed )
that one or two of the number paraded strings of
white men's scalp3 at their belts. In New York
they made an unseemly display of these trophies,
which justly excited the indignation of many citi
zens. The scalps were proof that these fellows
had been murderer?, One local journal expresses
surprise that they were not accepted as such, and
their wearers, instead of being shown around and
feted, cast into prison to await trial for their
crimes. It was certainly improper for the agenls
having tho Indians in fhnrjre to allow any ?tieh
Anent the recent haae ball match at Hartford,
tho following advertisement in tho CbifrrmJ by
Mark Twain will be read with interest: "Two
hundred and Ove dollars reward. At the great
base ball match on Tuesday, while I was engaged
in hurrahing, a small toy walked off with an
English-made silk umbrella belonging to me, and
forgot to bring it back, i will pay $3 for the re
turn ot that umbrella in cod condition to my house
on Farmington avenue. I do not want the boy (in
j active state), but will pay -5200 lr his remains.
Samitt. I.. Clemens
How He Lost the OrroiurxiTv. Not long ago
a young roan had a most favorable opportunity to
enter a business house, at a large increase over his
present salary, with a prospect of soon getting a
place in the firm. His recommendations were first
class, and the merchants wee decidedly pleased
with his appearance. They, however, made him no
proposals, nor did they state their favorable impres
sions. A gentleman was requested to ascertain
where the young man spent bis evenings, and what
class of young men were bia associates. It was
found that he spent several nights of the week in a
billiard-room, and Sunday afternoon drove a hired
span into the country with three other young men. .
lie is wondering why he didn't hear from the house .
concerning that coveted position.
The LADIES of tie HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
THAT THE I'N'DERSIGNED HAS
PER "LEGAL TENDER,'
LADIES" k fHUMEW SHOE WARE
or Ai.f, Kixns.
Tl7'V (' xi'iKi'iority of workmen nhip
The Children's Ware
tRR SOMETHI.M: ELEftAVT.
THESE ROODS AVI LI. BE SOLO AT
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
ALSO JCST TO HAND
LADIES' WHITE KID SLIPPERS, j
Ladies you arc respectfully invited to ex- j
rt)tii)ie thcec goods and Judge for
Every pair plainly markeJ.
Honolulu, July 1, 1575. SS7-ly
J. S. CURNEY,
COFCTIO., TOBACCO iD BILLIIBI) SALOAS
No. 19 Nauanu Street, 4 doors below Kinj.
D-okr i:. M-'Us. C orals and Gtrral Otrlnsititi
or the Pacific.
Pcbe;T CiXP!E?, Croias, Tobacco, Lemosade k Soda Water
072 ALWAYS OS HAND.
CJAX JC.4S KILX-Jl'ST RECEIVE!) prr
I alkiuborg, ana in perfect order, tor sale ny
BOLLES & CO.
25,000 CHINA BRICKS.
EXTRA SIZE, WILL LAY ABOUT SO
per cent, more thnn Cslijorni hHc t, received rer bark
Kit, and for !e by
EOLtF" t CO .
NEW GOODS !
New Goods !
New Goods !
FROM CHINA DIRECT.
Per Brie: HAZARD,
i I K M N(J (NO FR
I i:VlTI.i; V IN SI ITS. of fiiv-t quali'r.- -mid
rwi.l po-ntl, c-rn! i!gr rlnv. .Vc. Ac.
IMS' A Striped ;.!'.
I.AIU11S" Sl.iri'F.liS .-.. l.ii.oy -!?!. .
"i-:ipo Shawls. iia- ')o!h. Silk Nrck Ti'.
Tortoiseshell, Feather and Si!k Fan.
Sandal Wod, Irorv. Tortoie?hell. and I.ac-
qnered Ware of all descriptions,
r lowered V a-cs o! all siz nrul tleviee.
Silver Ware. Very iia-,
White Mailing of very fiie.-I quality.
White Contract Matting No. 1 and 2.
Assorted Colored Matting No. I and 2.
Camphor Wood Trunks in Nests best quality.
Camphor Wood Trunks in Ne?(s No. I,
Camphor Wood Trunks in Nests No. 2.
Manila Kopo best quality and of all size.
UASKIXS OF VF.KY I INK IJUF.AKFAT TKA !
Preserved f linger and Chow I'how.
SL'GAK MATS. SINGU: AND POP F.I. K.
TEAS, all oflhe new season!
Souchong in Chests, 'jib. packages.
Hyson, in 21b. boxes,
Oolong of very superior quality.
PRESERVED GINGER AND CHOW CHOW,
Ciarss ! Cigars !
Genuine Manilas and Imitations,
f Kif Kims & FIREWORKS, all driittiH.
I.INF.S OF STAPLE GOODS TOO NPMER-
i . OC3 TO MENTION.
AFONC & ACHUCK,
J 18 Muitniiii Slrrrl.
I FOR !- ,V T, tt;
BY THE UNDERSIGNED!
OXS BEST SMITH'S COAL.,
Tons Host aiasfrw Splint Steam Coal.
Rar Iron, in Asnrti 8iz,
HiIjSIE .JUICE CORDIALS!
In 1 do, cs. of the Celebrated Manufacture of John
Gilloo & Co., Glasgow,
.VlO, A FPAV or
Smith & Wellstood's Celebrated
STOVES & RANGES !
Highly Recommended by those who have tried th'm, still
on hand and will be disposed of at Low Hate to Sail thvTlmp.
ONE SUGAR MILL. COMPLETE;
THREE AA' EST OX'S CRXTRIFt fiAI,
nVESTK.l.M CLARIFIERS. lOO
Hittl 500 GALLON'S.
PER BARK D. C. MURRAY. i
Casts Heidseick'a Champagne.
Caws Assorted Brands Champ?n,
Cases Hennessy's 1, 2 and 3 fitar Brandy,
Casea Assorted Brands Brandy. Cars fcVt Claret,
Cases Bent Scotch Whiskey, Cases Best Holland C.in. .
Baskets Bt UolUnd Gin, stone jus?-; j
Cases B?t Oil Tom Gin. Ca- Assorted Claret". i
REST AMERICAN AA" li IS K I ESi
Occidental, Hermitage and O. F. C.
Cases Bet Pale Sherry, Ca?es BeU Old Ton.
Quarter Casks Uenncssy'a Pal Rrandv.
Quarter flasks Pale pihrry,
Quarter Casks Irish Wbikejr.
Quarter Casks Jamaica Rom.
McEWAN'S INDIA PALE ALE,
Tints and Quarts.
Wool. Wolfe 4 Co.'s India Pale A!e, pinu and fiuarU;
Bass li Co.'s India Pale Ale, pint. ni n.jsrt";
JUST RECEIVED PER " K.l .11 ! " !
7I5EVAN'S XXX STOL'T. IN STONE JUGS,
jjM. l'INTd AND QUARTS.
Port Wine. In 3 doz. slierr) Hlue, Id 3 doz. r.
OF PC PERI OR QUALITY.
961 F. T. LENEII AN 4. CO.
E. S. CUNHA, PROPRIETOR.
MERCHANT STREET. HONOI.I I.C.
Choice Ale, Wines, Liquors. Cigars, &c.
CLARA BELL, STEAMERS, AND CEYLON !
EIGHT-C ARID BOSTON MATCHES 1
KEROSENE OIL DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY,
IN I'ATKVI tl MI7.ZI.tt ..
Dairy Salt, 10 lb. Bags, Boston make.
A Fine Assortment of Stationery, Ox Bows,
Shovels, .Spades, &c, &c,
Axe, Oo, Hoe, Adz and Slcdgo Handles,
Copal Varnish, Assorted Taints in Oil,
A Good Assortment of Shelf Hardware !
To iLircive per Steamer,
A FINE ASST. OF BUST ENGLISH PRINTS !
Cloths, Cassimerc8, Waterproofs, &c.
Chromo Picturo for Scrap Books.
TO BE FOUND AT LOW RATES AT
GLASS ! GLASS ! GLASS ! ! !
A FIST ASSORTMENT OF PICTl'ItE AND WINDOW AM., .TPST nirriVrD.
Sizes from FilO to nOilrt.
SAtTi: PANS, FRY I' ANN,
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF SHELF HARDWARE !
POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY, SCISSORS, SHEARS SAND RAZORS,
.Silter Plated Table Knife, Folks and Spoon. Children ' M KniTr. Fork nnd FpoortP, in core.
TaMo Ca-torc, Jireakfaft Cantor , Trti Set Ac.
FISH HOOKS ttlMI UVRS, con
A FULL LINE OF SHELF PAINTS, IN OIL AND DRY !!
EST Z I C. W II IT K I.K A I , P I T 0 1 1 T 1 II I K X T I K. A R M 1 1 V.M .
EOIPTiJ, 1-4 to 1 1-3 indies.
All the above Goods, together with a Thousand and more I'sefvl Articles, wc Oflcr for M on
Reasonable Term, with
L i 1) o p n 1 T i w c o ii li t fo v O n, h Ii !
LUMBER, JMBER !
LEVERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and -Merchant Sts.
HAA'E OTi HAND AM) FOR SALE,
Boards, Flanks and Battens.
Nor' West Tongued and Grooved Boards,
Nor' West Surfaced Planed Boards.
Rough and Planed Boards.
Redwood Battens and Clapboards,
Redwood Tongned and Grooved Boards,
DOORS, WINDOWS HI) BUMS!
Nails, Locks, Butts and Screws,
OIL, WHITE LEAD. ZINC PAINT,
Turpentine, Chrome Green.
Paris Green, Chrome Yellow,
Red Lead, Black Paint. Varnishes.
Burnt and Raw Umher,
Venitian Red. Yellow Ochre, &c, &c.
FOR PLANTATION r?F.
WHITE ASH BOARDS & PLANKS,
FOP. WHEELWRIGHT AND PLAJJTATiON CPU
WHITE EASTERN FINE
BOARDS AND PLANKS.
All OTHER RMRM MATERIALS ! !
LEWERS & DICKSON.
CHAS. T. CULICK,
1CKT TO TAKE ACK.XOWLFnfiElEMS IOK
T yv xi o xx. .
Ori2 It Ir.rr:.-.f Ofll.-e, Honolulu.
MEW GOQE5S !
CASTLE & COOICCQ.
IllT U.ri No. 4 and A.
ikon pots, Di rii o i;ns,
GALVANIZED IKON TPirs ASH KFCKirrs,
FULL ASSORTMENT OF FILES!
HE1XB TWINK, CAI.r KIX
DILLINGHAM & CO.
Ml Ail iUIL.lt! JtlllUi !
WELL KNOWN PUUNUI DAIRY I
THE I'NHKRMIONKI) II A VINO
jurrh.l (lie wr-U known l.rfd of 1 IXJI I
,'AVH from Mr. J. Illcharrtw.fi. kn.t at mi
baring traced the Land known at the
PtTTJIMTJl MILK IIANCII t
He ( frepared to furninh lo cmrtomrr
H RF. miXII MII.K, i Q( OTITIC TO M IT t
BIX OoiitM por QTJA.XIT,
rt'LL MKAarnn olrantki:p,
And DfllirrrJ la the HUralsg a4 1 fir raws t
Z.r To large ruitmer, nu lui IMH and lUnUnrant kerp. .
er. Htii(. .f War, ., 1 will n.aka Pperlal Cira U, at
low mtcr.s. '
OrcVra f Iveo to Jfc. ho baa rhargac U MUk Van,
left al tho Ip'rnatkmiil ll'rtrl, will tie rnfnpljr atteixM to.
CALIFORNIA LIME t
IrIV",,,ri1 MIIRRAT. IV PRR.
'or Hale at rresily rvtur-4 f.rlrer. .
CONSTANTLY ON HANOI
A GENERAL AS80RTM T OF
SHIP MIMEM li SHIP STORES.
Fwr Hal lr
SAVE YOUR MONEY.
I NDF.KMONED HAH
A.M IOII P ALU
OV II A Ml
(j mm i
EXTRA No. I
Ih 12 tm'i Lfc.
Kill., 20 Lb.
Kill. mm4 2
Full weight, tUrouftbl rackeJ, warrmeJ lo kn
-eet anl floo.1. I'RICI FA It DKIXJW ANY
THIMf OF TIIF. KIND IN TIIK CITY.
Mils. (1)11111 IIIIEII SAW !
SEASON 1870. No. I,
200 LIJV Eirb, ni FwMllr LOW PniCEV.
ALSO. A TEW IIARRKLw
C. R. SALMON BACKS !
N. I Eaira, Smmh l75,
Tw llwnrfrrrf .n Ewrh mi tO.OO.
A Few Bbls- c- Salmon !
Na. I. 200 Llm. rarh, Snn IKTI.al
I be Law Prior ( 0.
' Buyers nre mpcctfully reiuestcd to call and
examine for themcltes.
XT Orlrs froia ll.e Tra.Je, City, and Ilinds penratly
resrctfully olicit'-d and rromr.ily filled.
E. C. M'CANDLEOO,
FIII M1RKKT, TALL 9 i 3.
l''.KC'iiu-'itu tlie Pn.vmcnt i
fittLM ANT HT ft KI-