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CONSTANTLY ON HANOI
A GENERAL ASSORTM'T OF
SHIP MAllERY k SHIP STORES.
Fer Slr br
UOI.LES Ai CO.
NOW LANDING FROM SHIP SYREN !
122 DAYS FROM BOSTON.
1gg C OILS NEW BEDFORD CoRDAGC,
.9 2i coin New Bedford fl'hllf Line, Cuttinjr Falls,
100 boita l-irrrnre Mill Cotton Dock, av.rted rv. fiu 1 to 10,
'niton. Kirrm, Uork; Amoakea- Drilling fur boat sil-, IJO
-h Oar. f-.-rte.l from 10 to 22 fc'l I-njftM.
F.-r sale at redoi-ed price, ly
'iark R. C. Wylie fm. Bremen
"N STOCK ANCHOR.", izej from 80 up to 2,200 lbs
CHAIN, in rjunntitie. to tult, ;. i m h to
' nf irwh,
rifVELF.?, 1 3-.". 1, 1 1-4, 1 3 9, and 1 5 8
For sale I why
E0LLE3 k CO.
Stockholm Tar and Coal Tar !
IN RAKRELS AND CASKS.
For -ale by (WW IiOLLES k CO.
Wilmington Tar and Wilmington Pitch!
HER SIIII SVRKV.
For late by
BOLLES & CO.
PER CITY OF SYDNEY,
I."MtOM MANILA DIRECT. VI A SAX FRAN
CISCO, ar.othrr invie f f those
SUPERIOR CICARS !
I'.it up in Ikit. of 20 each.
For tale by
BOLLK3 k. CO.
California Potatoes and Onions !
RECEIVED PER CITY OF NEW YORK.
For Sale by UOLLR3 CO.
FRESH SALMON f
IX I AND 2 LB. CANS. FRESH PACKED,
of CatrhlTu. AUo, COLUM DI A RIVER SALMON in
aolO For Sale by bOLLKa & C j.
Fruits Prepared by the Alden Process !
I SEARS. OF DIFFER EXT VARIETIES;
rinm. "., A. ForH ilehy
nolo BOLLES k CO.
SMALL CHAINS !
SIZES FROM 1-3 I XCII. In U' A X-
r I TI .. otit. Received ' r - Cltla." F.r ale bv
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON AND
SALMON BELLIES !
IV BARRELS AXI HALF BARRELS.
Received pr Falkinburj, II dy from lortlan.l.
CASES OREGON PILOT BR EA D, small cake.
Fur SjUi by
SHORTLY EXPECTED DIRECT FROM
40 00 Extra targe "z. an.l CO to 10O,(XK
21 Si-, all of the beat piality HARD BRICK?, and
will be Sold Loir, by
bOLI.ES & CO.
EXTRA FAMILY AND RAKERS' EXTRA
I I'Hir, received per Murray, thia -lay. For Sale by
bOLLLs K CO.
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY.
VBAV CROP, AXD IX FIXE ORDER; RK
i c-iT-.l thia lay per D C Murny. For Sale by
California Red Brick I
A FEW TIIOCSAXDOFGOOD Ut'ALITY
1. receive.1 tlii day per Mary Belle Hubert, ami wr saie uy
30LLES i CO.
tRESII FROM THE FACTORY OF LOUIS
McMarray k Co.. received per Ceylon, in casea or two
il-iiu "each GOO Doiert in one and tw poonjl Can.
Foraleloir y (aall) UOLLLH y CO.
California Lime and "White Brother!
TO XU LIS II I'O I" LA " i -? if ! '
- .... ..4vr. T nrcT
ME NT. BK!
l'n,Ril l,v oihll) U0LLES&C
. j . '
Blocks and Oars!
FI LL ASSORTMEXT.
r ale r.y
FEW TIIOCSAXD OF GOOD O.UAL-
W81 ' lBL3i
- l AM OFp FpRVV
m, ah voir sg " 4VK ,,ROV,DED
Jl rovsrlf ilh one the
ELEGANT SOLID SOLE
!' LEATHER TRUNKS !
hieh will M.in. the Baggage Smasher, anJ which are only
to te had at the
STORE of M. MclNERNY
out be fowl cny
EVERVTEIIXG IX THE TRUXK LI.E
Arr.ncs which are
S'ti.l o-l leather Trunk, riveted edjes;
Li lies' Sli I ErMIe Leather Trunks, rivetetl cles;
La-lies' Solid Leather Trunks, aewed edges;
Eidis Elejpint Leather CoTered Saratogas,
Ladies Composition Saratogas,
Ladies' Embossed Zinc Saraioja,
I. a-lies' Eternt Tratreilins Dressing Cases,
L.vli-s' Ruasia Leather fhopninjr Valises,
La'li-s' Bag and Betieules in all sizes.
Ladies' Canvas Covered Trunks.
LADIES' STATE ROOM TRUNKS !
An article much in demand, stowinj neatly un.ler the state
isijid Pole Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
Gent's Solid Bridle Leather Trunks, riveted edges
Gent's Leather Trunks in all sizes;
Gent's Bound Edge Trnnks.
fi-ni' Solid Sole Leather Valises,
Gent's BriJIe Leather Vahsas,
G-nt's No. 1 and 2 Boston Valises,
Gent Patent Corner Valises,
Gent 8 Elegant Russia Leather
G-nf j?!ia1 and Blanket Straps. Trunk Straps,
T urst and Traveler's B.is and ahses.
fii' t ci'ii':thifj in the above Hoc and
at Jied Jlc7: Price. i.
ALSO, JUST TO HAND !
IV ELEGANT LINE OF
GENT'S SHOE YARE
Amos; which are the
CELEBRATED CORK SOLE GAITERS !
Just the thius for the wet weather.
The Neatest Style of Men's
Ever offer! here. Among which are the ce,ebted Everett
Slippers, and in laci evrryimus w i
All the above lines of Goods icill be Sob!
at Prices tosuit the Tunes.
ThMf cmmi are well kuown here and need
no reni'a",, -r i ir
Corner of Fort and Merchant Sireets.
Importers and Dealers in
LT J INI B K R !
A N I
.-! til AS
NOR' WEST SCANTLING,
PLANK, BATTENS, PICKETS,
li in. 4, lv.", and l .xC. I t
Scantling, Boards, Plank,
Battens-lx3, 1x4, 1-2x3, and 1-2x2.
Pickets Rough and Fancy,
Surfaced Boards and Plank. 7-8 to 2 in. !
Tungucl and l!rocvol
TIMBER, FOR SHIP USE!
2x12 t lCxlG;
CLEAR NOR' WEST, FOR PLANTERS' USE
EASTERN WHITE PINE,
California & Eastern Doors, all sizes
SASH, all sizes; BLIND", all sizes;
White Lead & Zinc !
PAINT OIL SMALL PA I XT. CHEAP.
Putty and Varnish,
Glass, No. 2x2 and 3,
Wall Paper and Borders,
VERY LOW !
Iron and Tinned Tax,
Paint & Whitewash Brushes,
METALLIC & FIRE-PROOF PAIHT,
For Plantation or any Otlicr T.-v.
Butts & Hinges.
Hooks and Eyes, &c
TTT rK H" TT CSS T
SALT, in QUANTITIES to SUIT
NOR' WEST LUMBER
LEXERS AMD DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant Sts.
Nor West 1 inch IIoarGs, Nor' West 11 Tlanl;,
Nor' West 1-i in. Tlank; 2, 3, ami 1 in. Tlank,
Nor West Tongm'tl A Grooved Doanls. 1 & 1
Nor' West Suifaeeil, 1 in. 1 an.l .I.J .
Nor' West Scantling, all Mzes;
Nor" West Tiniljer, all sizes;
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES !
l?er II. W. Almy,
A CHOICE CARGO
inn ii linn ii ii ii in:
1 inch Boards 1.1, 1J and 2 incb,
Rons" Suiraced, 1 in. 1 l.J. 2 and 3 in. of tlie
Choice lot of Red Wood Shingles,
3x1 Tests. Red Wood; 4x4 Posts. Red Wood;
4x6 Posts, Red Wood all 7 feet long.
Also, Red Wood Split Tost,
'AAll i IX
Rough and Clear,
RUSTIC SIDING, CLAPBOARDS,
Tongue and Grooved Boards, Red Wood;
Tongue and Grooved Boards, Red Wood. 1:
Doors, Windows and Blinds,
AI L SIZES ;
Nails, Builders' Hardware,
Oil, White Lead. Zinc Paint,
Chromo Green, Taris Green, Chromo "iellow,
Red Lead. Black Paint, Varnishes.
Raw and Burnt Umber, in oil;
Full Asst. of Glass, Putty, &c., &c.
White Ash Plank,
White Eastern Pine,
WALL PAPER AND BORDER !
Orders from the other Islands filled with
care and dispatch.
TtIIB FIRE-PROOF STORE on Quern
siuf Intolv mvnninl hv C. 9. BartOW F.S'l . as an fftTf
an Auction 'Room. Posscision given iinmedialely. JiJSL
Apply to " ml. I W C. PARKE.
SATVfiDA 1 . QCTOltllli C?-
iji-..i ?. r. J utual tl Cotnmercs )
The Hawaiian reciprocity Treaty and its
Now thai vre h:iTe wlnt Tse arlent'j lotgt-J an;l
wiit l fur, the I'.ecipiocity Treaty, it ii. doubtful if
we understand its ce-auinp. The infect and design
of the instrument was evidently to admit duty free
onlv thoee articks tint were the growth or proJoce
cf the Iilind?, .r.ai.t!if.ictureil from raw material,
thefronth tr r.rwluce of the Islands; but nnfer-tui.st-!v
the act not disiinctly say so the
woid-- Uiii ' : " AH the articles named in the follow
ui" "cLMisi.-, ihe same t-ing the growth, manufac
ture, r j.ro e f the Hawaiian li'.an Is." This is
ccitaii.?y dU-tinet enough, wi l it seems that ascori
i iug to it the I'mted States is oLligelUdaiit al!
! articles named in the schedule which are ruanufao
i lured in She Hawaiian Islands. whetLer of home
growtli maienai or ni. i" . v. y ,
1 cials are gurroscd to ktow nothing. The principal '
; interest of this matter centers in the article ol sugar,
' which is mertti.-ne l in the schedule in the fallowing
I terras : " muscrado. brown anjjill other unrthoed
: iiar heretofore commonly imf orted from the Ha
J waiian Islands, and new-known in the markets of
Sin Francisco and Portland as .Sandwich Island
-u" tr " Undr r the terms cf this, white refice I
suai- are excluded, to that cube, tine crushed or
granulated, manufactured iu the .Sandwich Islands.
. would have to ny duty before it could be imported.
' Uut brown sugar manufactured there can eident.y
! If imr-orted here free of duty, do matter what was
I the original couutry of its growth This evidently
: takes away the manufacture of this class of euga.s
; al'r.cether from our local refiners, and leaves to them
I ..nly the manufacture of white, unless, indeed, t ue
further ambiguity of the sentence should turn the
! tables in their favor. The ambiguity we have ref- .
I erencetois found in the following words: "And
all the other unrefined sugar, meaning hereby the
i "rades of sugar commoDly imported from the III
' waiian islands, and low known in the markets of
i .San Francisco aud Tortland as Sandwich Is.and
! uar." Now there is not, as far as we have ever
' heard, anything particularly di.-tinguishing unre
i fine 1 Sandwich Islands sugars from unrefined sugars,
; the growth of any other country hence if raw
; sugars from .Manila, China, Java, or elsewhere, can
' beso treated as to resemble raw Sandwich Is.and
! su"ar, it must be admitted duty free, because of the
"rade " now kuown in the markets as Sand
i ;. Tslind sucar." Such a grade might be grown
on any portion of the earth's surface. I he act does
not eveu specify that the sugar must be imported
from the islands ; it says heretofore commonly im
ported the word commonly seeming to imply that it
should not necessarily be so. However, the words
"growth or produce," would probably cover this,
but what is to prevent the sugar being put through
the first process of refining there, and then imported
as manufactured? Some may object to this view of
the matter, that it was not the intent of the United
States, President or Consresa that it should be con
strued that way, but intent is one thing and actiou
another. Besides did we object to such a construc
tion the Ilawaiuns could turn the tables on us in a
way that we would be certainly unprepared for.
Amount the articles that we can export to the
Island", duty free, are machinery, woolen goods,
cordacc, etc. Now it is well known that on this
coast most of the pig iron used ia machinery is im
ported from F.ngland, that in the cloth manufactured
in the Eastern States, and even in that manufac-
! tured here, Australia and other wools arc largely
i used, and that cordage is made almost, if not alto
i aether, from imported hemp. If we, therefore, re
j fused to admit brown or dark sugar manufactured in
the Islands because the raw material was of foreign
I f rowth, what Is there to prevent the Islanders object
! fn" to admit duty free our machinery, cloth, cordage,
j etc., the raw material of which was imported.
; Nothing ; and to prevent this, we would be obliged
! to yield on the sugar question. There is, however,
nothing to prevent our sugar refiners from buying
j up all the raw or brown sugar of the Islands but
the ordinary obstacle found in trade. The operation
of tlie treaty win, uuuuuunuijr, """'
their production of the sugar referred to, but it can
not interfere with the refining of white Bugars,
which, under the treaty, cannot be imported duty
Progress in Japan.
The rapidity with which the Japanese are as- f
similating habits and science of the West is one j
of the greatest marvels of the age. Civilization .
until noi has ulwiljs taken the opposite COUISe ,
to that or the sun, and the change going on in the j
far Eastern islands is not merely external imitation, j
but an absolute internal transformation. A few i
years ago an imperial college of engineering was
established in the principal island, with the view j
of educating native engineers for the Department j
of Public Works. Admission is obtained by com- j
pctiiivc examination. The course of instruction is '
very complete, and the college is at present under ;
the management of English professors, the English ,
language having been apparently adopted as the ;
scientific tongue. In connection with this intitu
tion there are well-111 led laboratories and work- '
shops of various kinds. The special courses are
civil and mechanical engineering, telegraphy J
architecture, practical chemistry and metallurgy, i
The number of students at the close of last year j
979 Wi art? also informed lhat eiiergetic ;
Iwino- adonted bv the Government
for introducing the improved manufacture of iron
into the country. With this view, two charcoal
blast furnaces and other works are in course of
erection, and it is expected that by the close of the
present year, twelve puddling and reheating fur
naces, forge train, plate, rail and bar guide mills,
with steam hammers, four different shears, saws,
lathes, cranes, and all other appliances of the most
modern construction will be in operation.
" " i
Tin: London ' bears'-' have cleaned up !&2jO,000,- j
000 on the fall in securities during June ana jtuy. ,
On Turkish bonds alone the depreciation during j
the year is placed at as high a sum as 300.000,
000, California street doesn't show ofT to advan- ,
tage alongside of such figures as those. j
O.m: of the largest droves of cattle ever brought j
from Taxas was, a few weeks since, driven from j
Captain King's rancho in Nueces county to Kansas, i
The herd numbered 30,000 horned cattle, and need-
ed 700 drivers. The outCt alone cost SoO.000. and j
the cattle were disposed of for $320,000. i
Tin; official report gives the strength of the
French army at 435.SCG men and 123,CCS horses.
an increase of 13,070 men and 14.S77 horses over ;
lnct vwr. There has also been a ereat increase in
the expenditures, but in spile of all this. Hie last
review in Paris was unsatisfactory, and it is said
!w?arshal MacMahon Is not at all pleased.
Tin: coroner's jury c:i ihe Hamburg massacre
find seven persons cniltj of murder, and that forty
four citizens of Aiken county, thirteen of Edge
Geld county and thirty Georgians are accessories
before the Tact. General M. C. Butler, ex-C. S. A,
is one of the accessories. The Democratic County
Convention of Edgefield county, which met a short
time ago. passed a resolution unanimously to stand
by BiiUer and his murderous gang to the last.
Tin: tremendous pressure of deep water was
lately ascertained ninety miles north of the Island
of St. Thomas. Soundings were made to a depth
ol 3.S73 fathoms, and so great was the pressure
that the bulbs or the thermometer collapsed,
though they had been made to stand a force of
three tons. The Oakland Transcript thinks the
fish must be built very substantially down there,
if there are any.
A private letter received from San Diego says
that times in that section of the State are very dull.
An ?SO,000 bank buildinir is beine used for a barn;
and a market that cost 50.000 is out of use. and
slowly but Muvly going to decay, Though we may
talk about hard times, we have not as yet convert
ed our 4having shop" into a stable, though it
cost only a small portion of the sum of the San
Onk Man's Meat Anotukk Man's Poison. We
can well remember when we had been carefully
so educated we supposed it to be near to the lop
most height of human wickedness to learn to dance,
and to go to a ball: when we wondered why the
lightning did not stiike the theatres, and when we
should as soon have dared to hold in our hands a
puff adder as a playing card thank the Lord we
don't know the name ot one of the greasy things
from another, even to this day: and we should as
soon have expected to find a Kohinoor diamond in
the ah barrel as a real Christian who played any
of these sinful games, or went t the opera, or
drank a glass of wine.
It would have been as unlikely if our search
had ended with those who had been educated as
we had ourselves; for one so educated to have
done these lhing3 would have been to work vio
lence to the existing conscience, which must neces
sarily be a grievous sin. But as our eyes looked
out more widely over the world, we saw that
rockets soar according to the slant in which they
lean before they are fired: saw that others, who
had been educated differently, danced with as
ood a conscience as we walked: listened to the
music of -'Moses in Egypt," or even to that of
'Norma," and went away to self-denying work
r n.i.t.h rt.hitbf.it Aiir nnwillinuness. ,..)-
iur vuiiu nun." .- -. w
toll it j;ni'"' II ill S.'.
'rtis Giiiir.wun C5i- A Washington di-
.ii.h of Atijjiiyt .13 sajs: The Endings ot the
cu-.iit-raarti.il at ilarc Island, Maj 31. adjudged
l.j.jcroli 4ai.-ta.dl guilty of the charges preferred
:i.t:it him: su-prtidin? him fror.i duty for tvo
ru. and p-ibkc! rt primanding him. The Suc-u-tary
ft the Navy if.ui-iai'.ly app.uves t! the
lito-.'Jvdiags. tiit ii ar ti-.d sentence, because he
ti.fiiis the si'Uk'!.:..' madeq'iaie to the crime prond.
In i t-primandiug Captain Uherardi, the S.-cr tary
of the Navy reminds Lim and th-? service at large j
that no officer should abtue bis lawful authority; !
far less .should any efficer s-ft thj ciampie. as i;
this crso. of wilful and -deliberate Tiolatica of .
: the laws enacted to prevent the infliction cf cruel
; and barbarous fornu of punishment. No comman-
: dvr of a naval vessel who thus far sets an film-
: t.U' of misconduct can expect to secure the res-
nect or obedience of the officers and m-a. who
at. niaepii tinner tus cotnmanu or iai,coiiuueacf
of the NaT9 impart men t. The opinion o! those
whohfctfJ fce evidence, we believe, is that Captain
tihfi'irdi's ofl"cnc3 was more technical than any
thing else. Viewed in a moral light, there is no
doubt that the young hoodlums he punished richly
dfiYved-thrabing. and it U not claimed that
tht'rvjva any v ndsctive .-pirit in their punish-
OVeriuvirSa ii wua liE i luiauuu vi "v
and the getwuil discipline of the service, in
the -yes ot iho court, we .n:g.U f tbt.li that it Dt
uiii.) am IviuM Li tx rioNi. Partial utums
h. iii nil tlwcosuties of Ohio, sent in their alpha
h. -lical ordor. t!w I-mocaitic gains ct SOS ovor
:!. -rains of the Kepublicans in the same countu??.
Tin'" gain? on each side are over the vole cast
!,.r ilAYrs and Ai i.i.N la.-l yi-ar, of which HaVKs
ll.'. ji.) had jjI: majoriiv. The very latest di.s
p u -ii fTom Culuubiis to il.e Chronicle gave returns
lsoiu 710 towu-hips in Ohio, received np to 1
o'clock this luoriing. showing aggregate Republi
can gains over tie vote for Hiyks in 1873 of 3915,
and Democratic gains ol 8715 over the vote lor
Ai.s.r:x the same vear, leaving a net Republican
g.iiii over 1200. This includes two wards of Cleve
land and several precincts of Hamton county,
ii; which is the city of Cincinnatti, where there
in w. limi.Tnti ffains. If the ratio of
Republican gain in these 710 wards and precincts J
h'. ids all over the state. Itio Kepuoiican majoriiy
vi. ill har.lly fall btlow 10.000 in Ohio : but it may
l- i educed bv fuller returns from the large towns
and n oni Cincinnati. Yet in no event is the rna
j..iiiy likely to fall below that given to II.ivks
Our Indianapolis dispatches leave the reader
in doubt as to ht:w Indiana has gone. Returns
from 17 township? in 13 counties, received there
at midnight, shov Democratic gains of 132, and
R. i-ublican of 33) over the vote of 1Si2, giving
. net. l.'ennt) irai mnioruv oi cauia ui
i-till later dispatch, giving returns from 30 town
ships and w ards n 22 counties, shows a net Repub
lican gain of f0 on their votes of 1872. The
Republicans clain the State, but Ox no majority.
The democrats, lolder than ever, claim it by 10,
000 majority. The Chronicle thinks it in doubt,
with the chauc?s favoring a small Republican
ma jority. S. F. Chronicle Oct. 11.
TISITORS AT IIIL.O. AM) PARTIES EX
T ROUTE FOR WE VOLCANO, can fiml
BOARD AND LODCINC
AT REASONABLE RATES, at the aliovo establishment.
HORSES AND GUIDES PROCURED
At short notice, anjall arrangements math
fur the trip to the
C. K. 1IAPAI.
CARRIAGE MATERIAL !
rnllE UNDERSIGNED II AS JUST KE-
ft CKIVED from the East ana San Francisco, in addition
to his usual large assortment or Carriage Material, the following
from 1 inch to " inches.
OAK AND HICKORY RIMS,
f.oni 1 inch to 2J inches.
FINE ASSORTMENT HUBS, ALL SIZES.
Kulloes for OxCirts, Assorted Sizes, Oak and Ash;
Hickory Wagoaand Buggy Shafts, finished and roush;
Poles, Wagon aid Carriage, finished and rough,
Whiffletrees, Doibletrees, Crossbars, Yokes, Seat P.aiU,
Seat Spindle?, Wagon aud Buggy Bows,
Consisting of Stee anJ Irou Axles, Spring Stay Lraces, Foot
Kails, Step Pads, Boly Loops, Vfhiflletree Couplings and Fer
ules, Slake Irons, Cickeycs, Hub Band?, plain, silvered and
oroide, screw capped Central Park Pattern, Tote Crabs, Step
Treads, Body Step?, Tear Irons,
FINE Asst. of OVAL MOULDINGS
in Brass and Gold, from 1 to J inch.
Cross JStrai Mountings consisting or
Diamond Centres, Bickles, Strap Holder Loops gold & oroide
. t'F.Xf SUPERIOR KSGLI5II & AMERICAN STYLES
BASKET PHAETON BODIES !
XT One and Twseated, which will be put up in the best
possible manner to order, at short notice.
CARRIAGES ALWAYS ON HAND
Or manufactured with dispatch Firt Class Workmen em
ployed in all branches.
A continuance of ihe public patronage is respectfully solicited.
Air. IHLASn ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Nos. TI, "C and TS King St. Honolulu,
STOVES AND RANGES !
rim E UNDERSIGNED II AVE RECEIVED
1 EX MARY BELLE ROBERTS AND V. C. MURRAY
the loPowins list of Stove3 and Ranges.
BUCK'S PATENT For 'VYocd or Coal.
MAGNA CHART A For Wood, seven sizes.
IRON CLAD With Cast Iron warm closet and
copper reservoir, a large family stove.
SUPERIOR Six holes, a good artiiie.
ALM EDA Ju.-t
tlie article f.r email families, very
LAUREL, for Wood or Coal.
This Range is saij to have ihe largest sale cf ar.y of its
s'yle on the Pacific const. 1 sias.
COUPON, " OPERA.
Also, jul at hand, a Gr.e assortment of
Glasgow Stoves & Ranges!
Comprising the following list :
M ISTRESS RANGE. S, O ;
VICTRESS STOVE. C, S, 9;
Making in all one of the most complete assortments or Stoves
R.irg-;s. ic, 4-e., ever on sale in this Market.
tT livery S:ove warranted.
Also, a rail line of
I3 Li TJ 3X 15 EI T3i 9 &
Materials. House Water Closets.
Fiiucfts, Lead and Irou Pipe, Sheet Lead, 2 1-2 to 6 lbs., ic.
Toilet Sits, plain and fancy, Water Coolers. &c, c.
CALL AXD EXAMINE AT No. 9 Kaahumano Street
Orders from the othor IsUnJs will have our best attention
and at I.,west figures. Goods carelully parked.
au!9 ly J. XOTT . Co.
Russian Caviar and Roedreu
ill tf AT THE HOI EL.
TP-EO. 21 DAVIES
FOMMsE THE CARGO
Fie British Barque Cleta,
I 2S !)) liaui Lilt rpadl.
i i. i.
COTTOW, LINEN. WOOLLEN
f a x c v a c n s :
F;r.e an.l New Trinln,
Liii'Tvi.L-rt'a IiiMiii, WUiie Cottons Ui-nliof.
" ?n .. hirt. lrintel Sliirt.
Ne t Ti's. FiU I'mlTf'.li,
Pilot Ja and Tivu-r,
Illuul.t-1., Twrr.!. Drills, Siaiioiirry. llruip
Gosneli's Fine Perfumes !
VELVET Kl'OS AND CAKTETS.
WATER r R ii F t LOT 1 1 1 N 0 ,
RANSOME & SIMS'
Mnile F.Krrly Tor Ihr lluiil Trntlr.
Has' Ale, Iiloo, Wolfe 4 Co.'a Ale,
E.lir.umVs Pis It rami I'urter,
Fine Cramtr, Whisky,
f-hrry anJ other Wine?, Ah
c&3 Jellies !
Loa & Perriu's Pance,
1':ut,U a Hit Oil,
Hoop Iron, Fence Wire
CorrngnteJ Rcofinfr, ISar Iron,
Oalvaniz.'il and Ilollowware,
Tin Ware, Knives an.l V
CHILDREN'S IRON BEDSTEADS !
LONDON PIANO FORTES !
Hawaiian Flags !
I'ils, Flower Put?, Earthen ware, Glassware
Leather Belting, Celebrated Silicate Paint,
Vegetable Machinery Oil !
Powell Duffryn Steam Coal !
TI1KO. II. DAVIE?.
TI VERTICAL BROILER !
Something Entirely New !
Fish, or 3J"owl !
Neither Turning or Attention
A STEAK REQUIRES FROM EIGHT TO
Twelve Minutes, according to taste of the family for rare
or well done food. The Editor of this piper says :
'We arr Delimited with the 'Yrrtlral Broiler!'
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT ONE."
TO TIE I T A. I A.T
DILLINGHAM & Cos
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KA MOI, AN
Ruinart, Pere & Fils Carte Blanche I
IX QUARTS AND PINTS.
For saie at Agents' rates, by
II. HACKFELD k Co.,
Sole Agents ror Messrs. Ruinart Pcre tf Fils,
CHAS. T. CULICK,
AG EXT TO TARE 1CRXOULEDGE3IEXTS TOR
Xj 13 O nt. .
sell ly Interior Office. Honolulu.
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL!
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MIE PROPRIETOR WILL SPARK NO
pains o iuuikc in is
EIilSG-ANT H O T J3 X
First-Class in Every Particular !
ROOMS CAN BE HAD BY TUE MCIIT OR WEEK !
with or without board.
HALL AND LARGE ROOMS TO LET FOR
jvl PUBLIC MEETINGS, OR SOCIETIES. ly
I UNIVERSALLY USED, OET IT AT
19 Nuiunn JSt
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Coruorof rtoi t xacI Morohnnt ttti ootw, Honolulu!
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
mus AM) iikih im:s. ruissiivAL acids
Also, a very Complete Line of Druggist's Sundries and Fancy Goods !
r..a.. - ,,iv r.-rit"..r f -:f. I . lc.,--''i- M-h'.. k"l t .-( I "
riu''H. ir ? n !) rt.ru',
Perfumery. Soaps, Combs, Brushes. Toilet and Sachet Powders,
Sponges aud TOILET ARTICLES, in general.
VV Ooiiiploto Line .' CJolurxuo V Co.k Soups!
I'll VMCI A XS. PI. A VTA TION's Ml s "s tl It l F. Us Mill Rrit r serial A tlrallaa.
Star Mill ModicatctI Paper.
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UNG S COMBINATION SPEGTAGLES !
NOTHING ISSO MICH TO UK DKSIUEII AH PF.KFUl'T MIMIIT. A X l I'F.H I'tt'T
aiwhl can ouly be obwinetl tiy using erfect 8cUrl.-. Ilia ConibinatuMi hiM-ctarliHi truva, alrrnslh-a and ivMrnrva
the siehl on account of the purity of the material of which thfy ara inailc I'liy caune na dlvalMraa r wrrlw
ol nlsb't t are brilliant and easy to I he eye, ami from ihe consirnction or llie namei nr miM ilural.lc than ntbrra. Thy
.. .ih fln French IVrisconic LeniM. with the fciu or c nr n.ljuH. .1 ai ! conn ilin t lly in frnt of ll.r ill of lha
rye, thereby giving the Best Possible Effect from an artificial
llie Kyea are tenieu ana nueu wim rictim i .i. - .r" - .... .- - . .
rniteJStales.anuislln' ouly rclIrol ayalrui, lnnl m rlrwllllr prlairiplra ik Imm.
A PEHFCCT FIT GUARANTEED.
For Sale at A. L. SMITH'S CASH STORE, No. 73 Fort Street
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WIRE ! !
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Galvanized. CorrugatcdL KooHxis
liriUJI C'K'S Pl'IlE WHITE ZINC AM LEAD, 11111111 C'K' IIKVr" I'Al.i:
liOII.KII I.I.NSEED OIL.
A FINE ASST, OF SHELF PAtNTG, Alt C0L0HO t
TI Rl'EMINE, VAUMSIIES.
Will be SoIl :if IXlPKOlTY PRICKS ! t
MTISSUif US, 3XI33W GOOBS !
ft.it TKST ARRIVALS
Kx Vasco tic Cmsiui:i, City ol lUolhouriir, I. C
illurray, antl Syren, hy
riMIE FINEST ASSORTMENT OF PRINTS IN THE MARKET, PLAIN COLOR
1 light and dark and robe; few piecet or Fancy Trimming I'rinta, White Madaplm, M bile Cotton hhtini .
loO in ; Cheap Unbleached Cttton, Fine bleached Cotton, llarokin'a A fc II fine and Medium I't.blrarh'd Colton,
A snperior aasortment or Waterproof, all wwl an.l cotton and wwl blue, Crey ami 0oten.
For G-oxxtloxacLoxaL'jB Wear !
FINEST BLACK IIROADCLOTII AND DOESKINS. ALL WOOL TWEEDS, WHITE
AND BUFF LINEN DICK. FINE WHITE MOLESKIN, FINEST WHITE
MARSEILLES VESTING, LINEN PANT STI FFS, BROWN LINEN
ALSO RECniVF.D Fancy Wool OvmLirlf, Cotton UmlersliirU, dr y W'.l lUnrw I, Fine ai.J Medium tcajl-t I lamielir
A Few Piecea Not. 5. 9 and 12 frKY BLUE GROrt GRAIN RIB RON.8, HJlIKi.V.a7 t ' '..'"iV
All LinTi Napkin, Java Canraa, Slojfjuito Netting, Blue Hannl. A f'W 1 INK IIIAt.K l.'M
Ml AW LS, Table Damaak, Wilician, Veil Bareg-, Black Hair Cloth, hh'je Tlit'-sl. Ac ,...., .
ALSO Spear & Jarkton't Celfbratel Asorte. File, flat, hair round. ,ure and taper; BaiUrd tut, 2.1 Cut and
Cmooth.aUrtediitea. RODGER HONS CKLKBR ATKU tLTLERY-cl..or. u Ikrt .Knirrt. ";'
Knive., m few aeU of their best Silver Plated Sciwor.; lirHlle Buck). a. 6 8. 3-, 7- and 1 Imh Vrt nt and
Shirt button., beat c,oalitie. Fish and Cod Line. In variety, Bl-rhe.l and L i.bIeM,ed Pant BurU,. Ladle.,
Curry and Mane Comba, Percussion Ca(, 4. , 8. 10 Ba Shot. Fine To. key and Bath t-ponae, U,amoit rklni, Te
Ketll's 2 and 3 quirts; dalva.iiwd Wa.h l:ain. (Jalvanix-d Tul.i, 12 to2H In. W T j II l. Milwar.l ,
Nellie.. BEST ANNEALED AND TARRED N " FENCING WIRE. Hubl.rka
lloikJ and Raw Lin-el Oil, Ilubbnrk'a M bite Zinc an. I Ancort.-d PainU in Oil, li-nl Or, un.l 0.ok-t, I rer.
Cream Tartar. Pore White Calil K,ap. r ard ne, French Yellow, Yellow ix hre. biting and Chalk. Ok bow, 1 -
. . . . . -.i . r. .. k i i,.. o ..l chi l'ir,wi Krira Iv.intn. Harrow. Cultivator and Ilorte
Hoe."' DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL DIRECT FROM DOWNER COMPANV, Dev. Kero,ei.
Oil. good an.1 cheap.
Also on Hand. A General Assortment of Agricultural Implements !
4 FEW DOZEN W A R D Si PAYNE'S CELEBRATED N tlH SHEEP SHEARS, THE
BEST QUALITY MAP K. P
The above with many olber ortitien to li f,un 1 t LOWIT
HONOLULU STEAM DAKLY !
R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietors,
-a. I HIT. M Kill l 31 A.-i a
M EDI I'M AND NAVY BREAD.
alway on hand and made to order.
ntrr, Srxla nl BotUr i rm-heis.
JENNY LISP CAKES. Ac
SHIP BREAD REBAKED on the horn a notUe.
FAMILY BREAD, made i.i the P.t Flour, baked daily ai.d
always -n hand.
V. H -ttROWy HRF.AlJ Of THf. H t'.ST ItVAUlV
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I'AIXT IIUI.-SIIES. A FINE LOT OF IH ILO
A GOOD STOCK OF AC.'KM TLTFRAL
By DILLINGHAM & CO-
Oi ii. f)7 King irrl, 1ImImIm.
CASTLE & COOKE'S.
riMIK L'NDERSIGXED HAVING BECOME
u. Prnpri" nr f lln
I now prepared to execute all order In hi. line Willi ncat
ii( ' and di'pau h.
He would aluo .ay Ihnt he bat weorej the .ervlre. of llie
f .rmrr employee the Mun Iry, whii-h will le an additional
guaranty I hit
The Work will be Thoroughly Done !
And no effort ' hi. rt will le spared l l.rln ibe Laur.lry
In favr.r nidi the pul I,.- ('ei.i illy. t T'-nnf woilerale.
jS J AMK.1 RFNror.