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THE FIXE BRITISH
SHIP " ABEONA !
910 Tods Kegtster, Grosart Blaster,
WILL BE DUE HERE IN AUGUST,
SPIEJDID ASSORTMENT OF GOODS !
Comprising a Large Assortment of
Saddlery, Shirts, Clothing,
Broad Cloth, Tweed,
Eaniome, Sims & Head's Steel Ploughs and
Bags and Bagging, Oil Cloth,
Velvet Rugs, Piano Fortes, Bass Ale,
Blood Wolfe & Co.'s Ale, Comat Ale,
Pig Brand Stout, Oilmen's Stores,
Wines and Spirits, Alcohol,
Celebrated Napoleon Champagne and Red
Fence Wire, Corrugated Iron Roofing,
Bar Iron, Hoop Iron,
Leather Belting, Earthenware,
Clarifiers, from W. & A. McOnie,
Evaporators, & Weston's Centrifugals,
FROM MIBLEES, TAIT & WATSON,
For Sale to Arrive
EX BARK CORIIYQA,
Ha(a lin, Ax flaadlea. Ox Bow a. Char
coal Iroas, Safe.
-A. 1 s o, on jEE and,
Tinware, Cordage, Belting, Rubber Uoee,
Lamps, Lanterns, Plows, Cultivators,
Horse Hoes, Wheelbarrows, Canal Barrows,
Ilingham Buckets, Wooden Pails,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes,
c, tc, tie., c, Ac.
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Silver Plated Ware,
ALL TO BE SOLD CHEAP I
DILLINGHAM & CO.
BUS ART GALLERY !
61 Fart Street,
MAY BE FOUND,
IN ADDITION TO
His Large & Varied Stock
Phot graphs !
PICTURE FRAMES, &c.
AS ElEGAST & EXffiSITE STOCK
Bare & Beautiful Corals
WHITE, RED, PURPLE AND BLACK ;
IRare Specimens !
FINEST PINK SHELLS !
Ia Great Variety.
BEAUTIFULLY MOUUTED, IN SETS ; AND
A LARGE SUPPLY OF RARE SEA MOSSES
OF THESE ISLANDS. GIVE US A CALL.
mHR FIRE-PROOF STORE ftaeea
g. street, lately occupied by O. S. Bartow Esq., utof;
i.xioi Sdnm. Poaaeaaion riven immediately.
Apply to b4 W. C. f ABJLB.
Importers and Dealers in
BUILDING MATERIALS !
NOR' WEST SCANTLING,
Tongued & Grooved, Surfaced,
PLANE, BATTENS, PICKETS,
H In. x 4, 1x5, and 1x6, for
Scantling, Boards, Plank,
Battens 1x3, 1x4, 1-2x3, and 1-2x2,
Pickets Bongh and Fancy,
Surfaced Boards and Plank, 7-8 to 2 in.
Tongued and Groeved
TIMBER, FOR SHIP USE!
2x12 to 16xlC;
CLEAR NOR' WEST, FOR PLANTERS' USE
EASTERN WHITE PINE,
California & Eastern Doors, all sizes
SASH, all sizes; BLINDS, all sizes;
White Lead c SSixic !
PAINT OIL. fc SMALL. PAINT, 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 PAINT,
For Plantation or any Other Use,
uuus cc mnges,
Hooks and Eyes, &c.
SALT, in QUANTITIES to SUIT
Per Coringa, from Boston Direct !
DARRKLS AM ERICA N TAR and AMER
JL ICAN PITCH
in j 5
For Sale by BOLLES & Co.
200 Coils Best New Bedford Cordage,
A SSORTED SIZES, FROM 1 1-3 INCH TO
. H inch. (my5) For Sale by BOLLK3 & Co.
NEW BEDFOBD WHALE LINE,
C2EIZING, HOLSELIN, MARLIN, SPUN-
YARN. 4-c. kc.
For Sale by BOLLES & Co.
NE HUNDRED AND FIFTY BEST NEW
Bedford Ash Oars sizes from 10 to 22 feet.
my5 For Sale by BOLLES fc Co.
CASES CORN STARCH,
CASES LA CROIX CORN. QUARTER
barrels Clear Pork, for families; Levis Celebrated Meats.
Soaps, Tomatoes, Tomato Ketchup, (Jerkins, in one gallon
jars and half gallon Jars; Clams, Lobsters, &c, fee, received
inis aay ana lor sale dj
mj5 BOLLES & Co.
CASKS PUTTY AND LAMPBLACK,
TOOR SALE BY
BOLLES & Co.
N BARRELS AND CASKS.
For sale by (se30)
BOLLES ft CO.
SMALL CHAINS !
IZES FROM t-6ll2 INCH. In Q.UAN-
i. i litis to suit. Kecetved per " cieta." Jror sale tr
BOLLES ft CO.
FRESH LOT PER MURRAY. FOR
. Sale at Low Prices by d23) BOLLES ft CO.
SCOTCH FLAX SAIL TWINE !
A SUPERIOR QUALITY.
For sale by BOLLES ft CO.
November 24, 1S76.
NOW LANDING FROM SHIP SYREN !
122 DATS FROM BOSTON,
IAUCOILSJIEW BEDFORD CORDAGE,
-W Jr 25 coils New Bedford Whale Line, Catting Falls,
100 bolts Lawrence Mill Cotton Pack, assorted nos. f m 1 to 10,
voiion, uavens, uuck; Amoskeag uniting for boat sails; 160
Ash Oars, assorted sizes from 10 to 22 feet lengths.
For sale at reduced prices by
e30 BOLLES Jt CO.
Per bark R. C. Wylie fm. Bremen
25 IRON STOCK ANCHORS, sizes from 80 np to 2,300 lbs
SMALL CHAIN, ia quantities to suit, sizes t inch to
9-18 of an incb,
CHAIN CABLES, 6 8, 8-4. 7-8. 1, 1 1-4, 1 3-8, and 1 5-8
lucn. jror sale low Dy
BOLLES & CO.
MALLS1ZES. FROM SIX THREAD TO
one ana a naif inch. (myS) For Sale by BOLLES s Co.
MORE RUBBER PAINT.
A N ASSORTMENT OF COLORS AND
cm. Shades, received per Murray, and for srUe by
d23 BOLLES CO.
WTUVE THOUSAND GALLONS. SUPERIOR
JL' Uoality, Strained, and Warranted Pare. For sale by
joft BOLLE3 ft CO,
IRECT FROM HONGKONG.
40.000 Extra large size, and 60 to 100,000
2d Size, all of the Best quality HARD BHICKS. and
will be Said Low, by
BOLLES & CO.
POLAR OIL !
R SALE BY
ju BOLLES ft CO.
JUST RECEIVED PER KA MOI, AN
Ruinart, Pere & Fils Carte Blanche
IN QUARTS AND PINTS.
For saie at Agents' rales, by
H. HACKFELD & Co.,
Bole Agents for Messrs. Bale art Pere 4- Fils,
BISHOP & CO., BANKERS,
-r v r w wr r wr UWilliV ISLANDS 1
V V MA J MS f MM ww "
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
THE BANK. OF CALIFORNIA, SAX FRAACISCO,
ASO TBZia AGESTS IS
THE ORIENTAL BAXR CORPORATION, LONDON,
ATD THSIR BBASCHE? I!f
And Transact a General Banking; Business. ap21 ly
A VERY FULL ASSORTMENT
AL WA YS OX HAND.
Also, Whale Boats and Boat Stock
AND WnALINQ GEAR.
For Sale by A. V. PEIRCE CO
PCCLOA SALT, BRAND'S BOMB GUNS,
BRAND'S BOMB LANCES,
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER, 4c.
(myl9 ceq ly)
OIL, OIL, OIL!
STRAINED SPERM OIL !
BY THE CASK OR GALLON IN O.UAN
tities to suit, at the lowest rates.
Polar and Walrus Oil, Shark Oil,
Paint Oil. Kerosene Oils, &c.
For Sale by
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
COTTON & HEMP DUCK
In CCC YARDS COTTON DUCK.
1P-VFIMF (Lawrence) No. 1 to 10, just received ex
Coringa 'and ex other arrivals.
o.Uvu yds wooaouy voiion vuci, an numucis,
6,000 yds Hemp Duck, Long Flax and Merchant Navy,
Also Cotton Ravens, Cotton and Hemp Twine, &c, &c.
For sale by A. W. PEIRCE CO.
TAB, PITCH, &c.
AMERICAN AND SWEDISH TAR.WIL
mington Pitch, Oakum, 4c, Naval Stores, etc.
For sale by A. W. PEIRCE Jt CO.
MANILA & HEMP CORDAGE.
O-rWl COILS MANILA Si HEMP COR
3 VF VF dage, a full assortment, all sizes.
For sale by A. W. PEIRCE & CO
WIRE ROPE, WIRE SEIZING.
A GOOD SUPPLY. For Sale by
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
ANCHORS & CHAINS.
ANCHORS FROM 40 LBS. TO 2200 LBS.,
CHAINS from 1-4 inch to 1 3-4 inches.
For sate by A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
BEST ASH OARS.
FULL SUPPLY. 6 feet to 22 feet.
Forsaleby A. W. PEIRCE tr CO.
STEAM PUMPS !
STEAM PUMPS 2
raiHE UNDERSIGNED WOULD CALL THE
Jl ATTENTION OF
AGEN T S ,
To Their Full Assortment of
For Hot or Cold Water Nos. 3, 3, 4, 5 and 6J complete.
Warranted Equal to, if not Superior,
to any now in Use, and
AT REASONABLE PRICES !
CASTLE & COOKE,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Is.
Horn's Elegant Dining and Ice Cream
Rooms. No. 45 Hotel Street.
rjMlE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO NOTIFY
Jl bis customers and the pnblic generally, that he has taken
the commodious premises directly opposite his old stand, for
merly known as the Canton Hotel," where he is prepared to
carry on the business of a
First Class Restaurant !
O- WILL OPEN ON MONDA V, JUNE 4,
and will serve the Choicest Viands and Refreshments that the
market affords, wiih perfect cleanliness and neatness. Single
meals served at any hour of the day or evening.
ALWAYS ON HASD
Iced Ginger Beer, Soda Water & Lemonade.
Honolulu, June 2d, 1877.
The Challenge Standard
THE ONLY SELF-REGULATING WIND
MILL in the World, and when material used, Power,
Workmanship and Durability are considered, it is acknowl
edged to be the
CHEAPEST WISD-MIU M II USE
We are the ONLY Manufacturers la the World of
THE DOUBLE-HEADER WIND-MILL
For power purposes, such as running Custom
Grist Milis and Feed Mills
ALWAYS VICTORIOUS AT FAIRS
Ad Practical Testa.
THE ABOVE MILLS, IN VARIOUS SIZES,
For Irrigation and Pumping Water for
Stock Farms or Family Use.
fO" Two of the latter are nw fcere and can be seen on ap
plication to the undersigned.
For further particulars, address
CHALLENGE MILL CO.,
' Batavia, 111., U. S. A.
Or JAMES S. LEMON,
Halala, II. 1. jU28 ly
THE RIDGKE HOUSE I
KEALAKEK UA BA Y.IIA WAIl.
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS ARE
noted the world over for their unrivaled salubrity of
climate. Certain localities in the group are eapee
iall fmrnml in Ihia wv Th. rt:..:. r
the leeward aide of Hawaii, has long been famed as a place of
resort for invalids with broncbital, or lung diseases. With its
pure and mild atmosphere, with its absolute freedom from
storms or high winds, with its porous soil which, with all its
rich vegetation, retains no dampness and yields no malaria and
with an unvarying temperature that or the American or
Southern European June ALL THE YEAR BOUND, the
climate of Kona is one of the healthiest and most luxurious on
The undersigned, at his house at Kaawaloa, a house une
qualed ia the district for siae, cleanliness, eommodlousnesa,
and thoroughness of furnishing, ia prepared to give boarders
excellent rooms aoa ail obtainable comforts in the way of diet
THERE ARE FRESH WATER BATHS
on the premises, and fine sea bathing within a short distance.
The steamer Kilauea and the schooners I'ilama and Prince run
regularly between Honolulu and the Kaawaloa landing.
The undersigned employs no agents nor runners. His bouse
peaks for Itself upon inspection. A. A. TODD.
Kaawaloa, Keaiakekuo Bay, Ron, Not. 16, 1878. dlO
SATURDAY JULY 28
Dr. RichardEon, F. R. S. writes in the
In the course of the past 27 years I nave
eat down more times than I can remember to
write some paper leader, review or essay for
the Lancet. I have felt always a pleasure
in these taBks, but never a sincerer pleasure
than I experience at this moment in writing
the present communication and in Bending
with it the letter to which and to the objects
of which I would specially ask the attention
of the profession.
Ibe author of the letter is Dr. Wyld, the
vice-president of the society known as the
British Homoeopathic Society. I have known
Dr. Wyld personally and by repute ever since
1 have been in London, and although differences
of view on matters of medical science and art
have separated us from all professional in
tercourse, I have always considered him a
gentleman of extended knowledge, good taste,
and truthful nature.
' The orio-in of this letter was in the follow
ing manner: On the 11th of the present
month Dr. Wyld called on me to express a wish
that some steps might be devised to make np
the breach that has so long existed between
the members of his school of physic and the
main body of the professors of medicine. I
told bim I had once before been honoured by
a similar confidence, but feared that the division
of opinion and practice waB too wide and deep
to allow of success to any such important
effort as he suggested. I explained that we
who form the mam body of physic were not
likely to change our view in the slightest
degree, and that I supposed there was among
professed homocopathists no such modification
of view in respect to the term homoeopathy
and the rigid doctrine conveyed by the term
as would lead to a healing action on their part.
I also expressed that on the subject of infini
tesimal doses and globules the difficulties of
union between us seemed to be still insurmoun
table. " In reply, Dr. Wyld explained his views
with the most perfect candour and with bo
much difference of expression from what 1 ex
pected that I asked him to be good enough
to commit his views to writing. This request
he has been so kind as to carry out in the
letter already referred to, and which is here
with, with his permission, subjoined.
" 12, Great Cumberland-place, May 25, 1877.
" Dear Dr. Richardson, With reference
to the conversation I recently had with you
concerning the advantages which might result
if it were possible to abolish all sectarianism
and its accompanying heart-burnings from the
profession, I now, at your request, submit my
views in writing, feeling convinced that you
will in a friendly spirit give the subject your
41 In the first place 1 must state that Hahne
mann in 1806 published in the pages of ' Uufe
land's Journal' his essay entitled the 4 The
Medicine of Experience. In this essay no
mention was made of homoeopathy, and the
doses he recommended were tangible, not in
finitescmal. The violent opposition this essay
met with from the profession induced Hufe
land to decline further communications in his
journal from Hahnemann ; and the effect of
this treatment was to drive Hahnemann deeper
and deeper into his peculiar views, until at
last in his old age be often expressed extreme
and intolerant opinions regarding the profession
generally, but especially in relation to the
question of the dose. Unfortunately many of
the converts to the new system imitated the
master more in his intolerance than in his
genius, and this naturally led to those re
prisals on the part of orthodox medicine, which
in this country culminated in 1851, when the
British Medical Association met at Brighton,
and passed a resolution that ' It was derogatory
to its members to hold any intercourse with
homooopathists. From that day we have been
ostracized by the profession, and branded as
aliens to whom no professional countenance
could be shown.
" Since 1851, however, great changes have
occurred in this country on both sides of the
medical question. Many men have risen in
the ranks of medicine who have renounced all
the heroics of the past in the treatment of
acute disease, while the so-called homooopathists
have, on their Bide, almost entirely abandoned
the use of globules, and have Bubsituted doses
in a tangible form, their rule for the dose being,
in effect, to give a dose sufficiently large to
effect its purpose, but not so large as to discom
fort or weaken the patient. Further, we find
that, whereas the early homoeopathists de
nounced all auxiliaries in the treatment of
disease, it is now the practice to make frequent
use of all remedies of a simple kind, such as
occasional aperients, anodynes, opiates, anaes
thetics, tonics, galvanism, hydropathy, Turkish
baths, and mineral waters. In short, we
define our practice as rational medicine, in
cluding the application of the law ot contra
ries, but plus the application of the law of
" ' Beyond all question the abandonment of
heroics on the one Bide, and the adoption of
tangible remedies on the other side, has, to
common observation, brought the two schools
into a very cloee juxta-position, and the ques
tion, therefore, presents itself, Can that os
tracism which might by some be considered
justifiable in 1851 hold good with any justice
under the altered circumstances which now
" To this question you may reply, " We
do not ostracize you because you prescribe
medicines according to a specific rule, nor be
cause you prescribe them in an unusual form,
but we deny you professional intercourse be
cause you proclaim yourselves sectarians, and
by means of books, journal, societies, and
hospitals, advertise yourselves homoeopathists,
" To this we answer, that we do not desire
so to publish ourselves ; we do not write
homoeopatists on our door-plates ; many of our
best books eliminate the name homoeopathy
from the title-page; and, as a recent example,
a large number of our body have objected, in
a memorial, to the title Homoeopathic School.
We say, Admit us on equal terms to your
medical societies, and to the pages of your
journals, and all sectarianism will begin from
that day to decline ; and this I believe will
ultimately lead to the abandonment of all sec
tarian societies, journals, and hospitals. In a
word, we demand the same liberty of opinion
in medicine as in religion or politics, and an
amalgamation with the great body of the profession
on equal terms. If this were granted we can
see solid advantages to the profession on all
sides, an increase in the amenities and dignity
of medical life, and a higher professional status
for all in the estimation of the public.
" To recapitulate. We admit, first, that
the views expressed by Hahnemann are often
extravagant and incorrect. Secondly, that Hip
pocrates was right when he said " Some diseases
are best treated by similars, and some by
contraries," and therefore it is unwise and
incorrect to assume the title homoeopatbist.
Thirdly, that although many believe that the
action of the infinitesimal in nature can be de
monstrated, its use in medicine is practically,
by a large number in this country, all but
abandoned. - x
" ' On these grounds, and maintaining that
we are legally qualified medical men and gen
tlemen, we claim the right of admission to
your medical societies, and to professional in
tercourse with the entire medical body.
" In conclusion, I must beg to remark that,
although this letter must be regarded as non
official, the sentiments it expresses are, I be
lieve, held by a large number of our body.
. ' Believe me, yours sincerely,
George Wyld, M. D.'
To my mind this very important letter does,
indeed, offer a means for bringing about a
reconciliation which, presumably, few of us
who have reached the middle period of medical
life ever expected to see in our time.
" When from the ranks of those with whom
we have been so long at variance, an ac
knowledged and respected leader steps boldly
forward and tells us that he accepts what the
lather or Medicine taught, the law and practice
l trettment by contraries as well as by similars;
that he practices by no special dogma, but by
all rational methods; that he admits the use
in. practice, of aperients, opiates, anaesthetics!
ana tne other instruments of cure in daily use
by ourselves ; that he acknowledges the pro
gressive work of medicine as a whole, and
makes that acknowledgment under a keen sense
of the advantages which must ensue from the
removal of the long standing schism in the
medicrl fraternity the act, as it seems to me,
is bo manly and bo peace bearing, that it de
mands at least a truce for honest and hearty
The additional fact stated, to us at least,
for the first time, that many of the leading men
of the bo called homoeopathic school are anxious
to give up, as a misleading title, the very term
which has individualized them in the public
eye, and to practice in a manner conformable
with the wants and wishes of all rational practi
tioners of the healing art, is itself sufficient
to demand from ns a candid and just appre
ciation. My task is done. I present it under a
sense which I hope always animates me, that,
come of it what may, its presentation is a duty.
No one has waged war against homoeopathy
as a distinct practice more keenly or persistent
ly or openly than I. No one has been more
especially picked out for criticism by the homoeo
pathic publicists than I. So much the more
is it my duty respectfully to ask the brethren
with whom it is my honoured privilege to live
and labour, to accept this intended message
of peace and goodwill in the spirit in which it
is written and offered."
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Offer for Sale an Invoice of
FRENCH GOODS !
Carefully Selected for this Market, and
Just Rec'd per Haw. Bk. Ea Iiloi,
FRO 31 B R E HI EN.
ASSORTMENT OF PRINTS :
EA VV BLUE AXD STRIPED DENIMS,
tucKory Bin pes, time ana w nite licking,
Brown Cotton Drill, Blue Cotton Drill, White Cotton,
Horrocks' Long Cloth, Brown Cottons, assorted;
Turkey Red, Linen It Cotton Sheeting, Linen tc. Hollands
White Moleskin, Blue Flannel, Victoria Lawns,
Mosquito Netting, Scotch Water-proof,
German Water-proof, Bedford Cords, Bllecias,
BLACK DOESKINS :
Black and Blue Broadcloths, Cashmeres, Diagonals, &C,
Black Lasting, Black Cobourgs, Italian Cloths,
Black and Colored Merinos, Linen and Cotton Thread,
Silk, Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Linen and Cotton Towels,
Merino and Cotton Stockings and Socks,
Assortment or Shawls, Umbrellas and Parasols,
Large Assortment of Shirts anj Undershirts,
LARGE ASST. OF SUPERIOR CLOTHING :
Bed QuilU, Blankets, Bugs, Canvas,
Assortment of Burlaps, Twines, Bags and Gunnies,
FINE ASSORTMENT OE SADDLES,
Blacked French Calfskins, Gun Powder, No. 12 Shot,
Patent Sheep Shears, Tin Plates, Babbitt's Metal,
BancaTin, Butcher Knives, Pen and Pocket Knives,
Scissors, Charcoal Irons, Spurs,
Galvanized Tubs and Pails, Lanterns,
Sheet Zinc, Fence Wire, Hoop Iron, Rivets,
Nails, Perforated Brass,
Muntz's Yellow Metal and Composition,
FINE ASSORTMENT OF RHINE WINE,
Fine Assortment of Claret,
Champagne and Sparkling Hock, German Ale,
Bavarian Brown Beer, Gin, in cases; Gin, in Baskets;
Alcohol, 92 per cent.
PIPES, HAVANA AND GERMAN CIGARS,
Perfumery, Hair Oil and Soaps, Brushes and Combs,
SMALL INVOICE OF JEWELRY, New Styles;
TOYS, FANCY GOODS, &c,
Harmonicas, Feather Dusters, Blank Books,
Printing Paper, Cards, Horse Rope,
Spunyarn and Seizing, Caustic Soda, Palm Oil,
Hubbuck's Best Paints and Paint Oils,
Red Lead, Venetian Red, Yellow Ochre,
Market Baskets, Demijohns, i to 6 gallons;
Coal Tar, Stockholm Tar, Bricks, Slates,
PORTLAND CEMENT, WHITE BROTHERS,
Empty Petroleum Barrels, Empty Syrup Barrels,
New and Old Oil Shook., Rum Containers,
Oak Boats, Cutch and Gambier, Birch Brooms.
ALL GOODS AT LOWEST MARKET RATES,
AND ON A LIBERAL CREDIT!
Ordtrt from the ether Island t promptly exeeuted. ap7 q
Let the Galled Jade Wince !
A TRIAL is theONLY TEST I
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE !
American, Gold Sc Silver
VATCH ES, WATCH ES,
WATCH ES I
A Fine Hunting Case Waltham Silver Watch for 91 6
U u t. 20
t t w 22
" " " Gold Watch for 70
f m m m m o
M M M M U t 90
u m : Ladies' Gold Watch, SO
MM M M M M 5 5
All wf the abave Uaea mt Elgin and Waltham
Waichea, will be !! at the alsre
Price far the ssext BO day a.
Every Watch Guaranteed, ar the Meaey
Truth is Miglity and
Sole Agent for the Waltham
jj2i Watch Co. -si
T I 03E3!
We, the Caderalgaed,
WISE AND SPIRIT MERC0AST8,
HEREBV GIVE NOTICE, THAT AFTER
JCNK 30th, 1877,
We Shall Collect Oar Bills Monthly.
Instead of quarterly, as heretofore.
Honolulu, June 1st, 1877.
BROWN I, CO.,
MA.CFARLANE ft CO-,
CiiSTIiiE iBISS COOKE
WOULD CAL.I ATTENTION TO T1IKIR
m GOODS TO ARRIVE PER CEYLo!
CONSISTING OF :
AftfOSKEAC DENIMI A C A U tc D TICKINGS. AMOSKEAG ULUK DRILLS,
AmoskeaJ Bloe Blewh CottonT Hickory Stripe. Langdon Bleached Cotton,
TJ&a MlSSf S leartfed " a rery super lorVt.cle. Perkln's Mills 4-4 Bleached Cotton, the cs.t cotton !,,
Extra FineFine and Medium 4-4 and 7-8 White all Wool Funnels,
A Few Pieces Fancy Flannels for Children's Wear ! j
8-Card Matches, Devoe's
Shield Iron, Hunt's, Ohio, and Boy's Handled Aes,
Aze Pattern Shicrling and Bench Hatchets, Pick Mattocks.
Crow Bars, Coe's Wrenches,
Eagle No. 20 and No. 2 Plows.
XO & XI Steel Plows, Wheelbarrows, Ox Yokes,
A Superior Assortment Kitchen Marble Ware ! j
Now much used In place of Porcelain Lined Ware,
Axe Pick Mattock 8!ede and Hammer Handles, Scythes and Snalths, Wood Stirrups, Lamp Black, Cut Nails, S to w
Cu 6pik..an ZINC and LKAD PA1NTH, COPAL, DAM.K 4 CAHUIAOlt VARNIm
A CAREFULLY SELECTED IN VOICE OP
KEROSENE CHANDELIERS AND LAMPS ! ! ;
Chimneys of all styles and sites. Lamp and Flower Pots. Bronsed Bracket Stand.
JIT RECEIVED VIA OMMI RAILROAD & mt
S EE E5 Ea F" 3HEjO.3SS.Z5 UIT IL 3BSL 33
Vic: Door Locks, Butts, cast and brass, asstd. sites j Tadlorks, new style) Hat and Coat Hooks, Hammers, HaU-h.
Adtes, both ship and carpenters; Rules, Lerels, Planes, new style and paugrs; Oimbkt Bits, Jenn'ng's Bits, 4-18 to It
Hollow Angers, Patent Augers, Extension Bits, Butcher Knives. Screw Drivers, Kivets and Bars, Chisels, Awls, Hose hit
I. B. Hose, 3-4, 1 1-2 and 'I incb; Superior American Table Cutlery, worth examining; Axle Clips, Horse Nails, Uabbet Mr
Box Uises, Cooper's Anvils, Hammers, V Croise A Levellers.
A fine assortment of W W, Paint, Varnish and Centrifugal Brashes, Feather Dusters, Shoe, Shaving, and Metallic II
Brushas. A small but fine assortmeot of TKIPLK PLATED FLOWJCK VASK3, Call Bells and Individual bait Bottles, a i
design. A few Infant Baskets, Moss and Toy Baskets for Christmas.
The NEW SUMMER QUKKN OIL. COOK STOVE with OVEN and BROILER. The gres
Stove oat and sales made ahead of production. m ,
A Small A,Mrimrat mf SADDLERY with sample ordering cards. Adjustable Tablna. Just the thing for Lv
Hurricane, Globe and Signal Lanterns. Carriage Bolts, Kagle Brand, all sites; Mitre Boxes with Liston's Kaws.
Superior and fine asst. of House Paper & Borderin
Which can be seen at and for sale by
The New Charter Oak Lawn Mower, Sets Floral Tools for Ladles use.
TO ARRIVE BY STEAMER,
A FEW OP DISSTON'S FINEST SAWS AND FILES. .
XT The above Gabda were Purrha.id for Caah at Uoiiam Prlcranud we will radrsn
tm Sell at aatisfnetery prices lar Caah ar Apprevrd Credit. 3a
PHILADEPHIA ! !
AND AS YOU SEE HAVE PROVIDED
myself with one or those
ELEGANT SOLID SOLE
LEATHER TRUNKS !
which will stand the Baggago Smashers, and which are only
to be had at the
STORE of M. MclNERNY
Wfiere can be found any or
EfERITflM n THE TRIM LIE
Among which are
Ladies' Solid Sole Leather Trnnks, riveted edges;
Ladies' Solid Bridle Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
Ladies' Solid Leather Trunks, sewed edges;
Ladies' Elegant Leather Covered Saratogas,
Ladies' Composition Baratogas,
Ladies'' Kmbossrd Zino Saratogas,
Ladies' Elegant Travelling Dressing Cast-e,
Ladles' Russia Leather Shopping Valises,
Ladies' Bsgs and Keticules In all sites.
Ladies' Canvas Covered Trcnks,
LADIES' STATE ROOM TRUNKS!
An article much in demand, stowing neatly under the state
Solid Sole Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
Oeot's Solid Bridle Leather Trunks, riveted edges
Gent's Leather Trunks In all sites;
Oent'a Bound Edge Trunks,
Gent's Solid Sole Leather Valises,
Gent's Bridle Leather Valises,
Oent's No. 1 and 2 Boston Valises,
Gent's Patent Corner Valises,
Gent's Elegant Russia Leather
Gent's Shawl and Blanket Straps, Trunk Straps,
Tourist and Traveler's Bags and Valises.
In fact everything in the above line and
at Bed Bock Prices.
ALSO, JUST TO HAND !
AN ELEGANT LINE OP
GENT'S SHOE YARE
Among which are the
CELEBRATED CORE SOLE GAITERS !
Just the thing for the wet weather.
The Neatest Style of Mens
Ever offered here. Among which are the celebrated Everett
Slippers, and In fact everything in all well appointed Boot and
All the above lines of Goods will be Sold
at dtices to suit the limes.
These Gawd a are well kaawsi here aad steed
a reeeaesneadatlea. Every Pair
Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets.
THEO, H. DAVIES
f S NOW LANDING FROM CAL1FOR-
jbl nu,nnjini u.e uuBiititi, tDd other late arrl
vals, and offers
. FOR SALE CHEAP!
Oregon Salmon in Ebli.
Tobacco, "Cable CoiL'
Honey in Comb,
Honey in Glass,
&c, &c, &c, &c.
E. S. CDNIIA, PROPRIETOR
MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU.
Choice Ales, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c.
i he V"
and Downer's Kerosene Oil
Horse and Mole Collars,
Ame's Shorels and hpades, round pointed)
Hall's, Reed's and Door's Shorels and Fpadrs, rooud dol
3, 4, and 6 In. Beltinv, Mason's larre blacking,
Horse Nails, Kinsley's Axles, Concord Pprlngs,
Tinned Tax, S to 20 os (Glue, Ox Bows, 8-4 and 2 Inch
Brooms, best and medium JCastern made;
Superior Garden Hoes, No. 2, 0 10, and 10-10 Socket. '
ALLKN ; ROBINSON.
NOR' WEST LUB1BEI
LE17ERS AND DIGKSOI
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant Sti
Nor' Weit 1 Inch Boarda, Nor' Wet 1 Vlttt
Nor' West JJ Id. Hank; 2, 3, end 4 In. rion
Nor' West Tongued &, Grooved Boardi, 1 At
Nor' West Surfaced, 1 In. 1J and JJ,
Nor' West Scantling, all slzt-g;
Nor' West Timber, all tlzvs;
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES
I?er H. W. Almy,
A CHOICE CARGC
1 Inch Boards JJ, JJ and 2 incb,
Hough Surfaced, 1 In. JJ, JJ, 2 andSln.of th
Choice lot of Red Wood Shingle
3x4 Pott. Red Wood; 4x4 l'oflta. Red Woo
4x6 I'osti, Red Wood all 7 feet long
Aluo, Red Wood Hplit Vonin,
All SIZES OF BED WOOD SUmill
Rough and Clear,
RUSTIC SIDING, CLAPBOARDS
Tongue and Grooved Board", Red Wood;
Tongue and Grooved Boardi, Red Wood, 1J
Doors, Windows and Blinds
Nails, Builders' Hardware
Oil, White Lead, Zinc Taint,
Chromo Green, I'arU Green, Chromo Yellow
Red Lead. Black Paint, Varnished,
Raw and Burnt Umber, in oil;
Pull Asst. of Glass, Putty, &c, 8zi
Whlto Ash Plank,
Whlto Eastern Pino,
WALL PAPER AND BORDER1
pSf Ordcra from the other I.1an1a filled b
care and die patch.
LKWHItS ic DICKSON
RECIPROCITY ! I !
U E 17 GIGAR STORE
OI'KNED 11V H. J. NOLTE,
On UPOirt street
OPPOSITE riSCnEU ROTH, Merchant Tailors.
A BRANCH OF THK OLDEST A"
largest Tobacco aad Cigar fctora in Honolulu.
The Best Assortment of Pipes
From Meerschaum to llrlar.
Tlio Zloat Bolootion of
CIIEVIIIG & SMOKING TOBACCO
Cigars ot Every HunW
s23) from Bnest Havana to common Manllafj!
CHAS. T. CULICK,
ACETT TO TUB 1CK0WLEDCEMEXT1