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AFTER A QdCK P1SSACE, AXD
LANDING HER CARGO
In Fine Order !
THE FINE BRITISH
910 Tons Bolster, Grosart, Master,
SPLEXBIfl ASSORTMENT OF GOODS
Comprising a Large Assortment of
Saddlery, Shirts, Clothing,
Broad Cloth, Tweeds,
Ransome, 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 MIRLEES, TAIT At WATSON,
For Sale by
THEO. H. JJAVIES.
SUGAR MACHINERY, &c.
rilllE CXDERSIGNEDiRE PREPARED
JL to furnish estimates for Puear Machinery. Ac. either to
be made at the HONOLULU IRON WORKS, or to be import
ed from GLASGOW by a yessel to leave that port about July
or August next, or by another Teasel to leave in February, 1878.
THEY HAVE ON HAND !
And For Sale.
ONE SUGAR MILL & GEAR,
Twenty by Tbirfy-aix,
ALSO, ONE OE TTTO SIZES OF
Second Hand Sugar Mills,
Gear and Power, which may be delivered in a few months.
Also, For Sale Just Received
ESKBANK from Glasgow !
Six 500 Gallon Clarifiera,
' Pair Weiln' C'entrlfagal Macliiaea,
ALSO, ON HAND AND FOR SALE.
China Building Bricks, Fire Bricks, Bed Bricks,
RM Portland -.
Hoop Iron, Best Assorted Bar Iron, East India Bice,
China Matting, c,
lrhich will be sold in quantities to suit, at the
Loicest Market Hates.
VW- P"1" who contemplating increasing the
capacity of their mills may hear of a purchaser for their old
m!!.Ker anJ Pwer by n early appUcation to the under-
j20tf GREEN, MACfABLANE & CO.
New Gallery. New Apparatus.
A. A. MONTANA
BE" INFORM THE PUBLIC OF HO
NOLULU and the Island at Urge, that he has spared
sm pains or expense in erecting, fitting and furnishing his new
On the Corner of Fort and Ring Streets, up stairs, entrance
on Fort, opposite E. O. Hall Bon's, where he will be found
prepared to execute Pictures in the Highest Style or the Art.
in all sixes. His Stock of Materials is Entirely New and of
the Latest and Most Im pro Ted Patterns, and he hopes to gie
satisfaction to all who may favor him with a call. aull tf
Just Received, and for Sate
AT L.O WEST RATES
ELEGANT WALL PAPER,
Of Various Patterns.
BY ALLEN & ROBINSON.
CHINESE OIL PAINTINGS !
rkRDERS TAKEN FOR OIL PAINTINGS
XJ by BOSEniLL, 8HOKKL11 If
Ootel Street, near
the corner of Fort, Honolulu,
OH AUD AFTER MONDAY, JULY 16th.
Orders filled In about tbree and a half months. Paintings
of all sizes from Photo frrsghs. Samplea can be seen during
the day at Mr. C. K. Williama' Cabinet Warerooms, Fort
Street. Prices, from fifteen dollars upwards. jjli 2m
JTEr ' r- ,' -!j-
THE UNITED STATES AXD E17
KUCE, Direct, as prescribed and recommended by the
first Medical Aathorit.es, viz :
Preparations, (not patent) for Debilitated Constitutions. Dis
pepsia, etc., etc., Ti-: Elixiis of Phosphates, with Pel avian
Bark; Beef, Iron and Wine, Gentian and Iron, Wine of Pep
sin. Valerianate of Ammonia for nerroua disorders, Ae., Ac.
Pure Carbolic Acid, Chloral Hydrate, Pare Glycerine, Cough
Lozenges, Pastilles, (very excellent.) for flections of the
throat; Cod Liver Oil, tasteless; Inhalers, Prepared French
Blister, Sponges, Anti-asthmatic Cigars, Capsules, Arnica
and Porous Plasters, Variety of Sugar-coated and Gelatine
Pills, Breast Glasses, Syringes, Medicinal Extracts, assorted;
Strong Alcohol, the Mont Approved Trasses, Funnels, Boudoir
Paper, Ivory Teething Rings, and a general fall assortment of
Genuine and Reliable Medicines !
FIXEST PERFrilEET AXD TOILET ARTICLES !
From the Best Sources in the World, direct.
Brushes, Combs, acbets. Soaps, Smelling Bottles, Bay Ram,
cheap and excellent; Cosmetics, Toilet Powder, Centennial
Perfumery, awarded the Golden Medal; Florida Water,
Tooth Powder, Sozodont, 6rC Ac, Carbolic Soaps Castile ani
Silicated. FIXE VIENNA SOAPS, Colgate's an!
L.U BIN'S GENUINE SOAPS, and a great many
other Fine Articles, for sale at
DE. HOFFMANN'S DRUG STORE.
Ji. B. Orders answered with care and dispatch. Imy5 qr
! DICKSON'S ART GAMY!
61 Fort Street,
MAY BE FOUND,
IN ADDITION TO
His Large & Varied Stock
IPho tograplis !
PICTURE FRAMES, &c.
m eiegast & mmm STOCK
Rare & Beautiful Corals
WHITE, RED, PURPLE AND BLACK ;
Eare Specimens !
FINEST PINK SHELLS !
la Great Variety.
BEAUTIFULLY MOUNTED, IN SETS ; AND
A LARGE SUPPLY OF RARE SEA MOSSES
OF THESE ISLANDS. GIVE US A CALL.
A XD AS YOU SEE HAVE PROVIDED
il. myself with one or those
ELEGANT SOLID SOLE
LEATHER TRUNKS !
which will stand the Baggage Smashers, and which are only
to be had at the
STORE of M. MclNERNY
Wliere can be found any or
mmm w the tei hie
Among which are
Ladies' Solid Sole Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
Ladies' Solid Bridle Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
Ladies' Solid Leather Trunks, sewed edges;
Ladies' Elegant Leather Covered Saratogas,
Ladies' Composition Saratogas,
Ladles' Embossed Zinc Saratogas,
auic3 en-gam xraveuioff uressing cases.
Ladies' Russia Leather Shopping Valises,
Ladies' Bags and Reticules in all sizes.
Ladies' Canvas Covered Trunks,
LADIES' STATE ROOM TRUNKS !
An article much in demand, stowing neatly nnder the state
Solid Sole Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
Gent's 8olid Bridle Leather Trunks, riveted edges
Gent's Leather Trunks in all sizes;
Gent's Solid Sole Leather Valises, '
Gent's Bridle Leather Valises,
Gent's No. 1 and 2 Boston Valises,
Gent's Patent Corner Valises.
Gent's Elegant Russia Leather
Gent's Shawl and Blanket Straps, Trunk Btoips?IiD
Tourist and Traveler's Bags and Valises.
In fact everything in the above line and
at Bed IiocJc Ibices.
ALSO, JUST TO HAND !
AN ELEGANT LINE OF
GENT'S SHOE WARE
Among which are the
CELEBRATED CORK SOLE GAITERS !
Just the thing tor the wet weather.
The Neatest Style of Men's
nAf .Among uwb!ch re the celebrated Everett
IhoTstor?? ,n aC' "erythin8 ,n e PPointed Boot and
jiu ine aoove tines of Goods will be Sold
at Ibices to suit the Times.
st I-7 . . i m. .1
Theae GMd are well known here and ared
ne recommendation. Every Pair
Comer of Fort and Merchant Streets.
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTr RGST Ntw
Bedford Ash Oars sizes from 10 to 22 reetf.
m5 For Sale ty BOLLE3 a Co.
SMALL CHAINS !
SIZES FROM l-Ctol-2-INCH.IattUAV-IITIE3
to suit. Received per Cle ll? 31 Tk
SOLLES & CO.
IN BARRELS AND CASKS.
For sale by (se30)
BOLUS ft CO.
SCOTCH FLAX SAIL TWINE !
A SUPERIOR QUALITY,
u . For sale by BOLLES & CO.
November 24, 1876.
PHILADELPHIA ! !
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5P s - s W
AMERICAN and FOREIGN
And Other PERIODICALS,
Honolulu Papers at Publishers' Rates.
Haying Wiie Awake Agents in San Francisco
Subscribers are assured or their being earlier and more prompt
recipients or their Periodicals than through any other source.
Subscribers are requested to particularly
vote the following rides which t in
order to insure promptness on
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Payable invariably In advance, i. e., at the close of the quarter
during which such have been received or ordered. Ail sub
scriptions unpaid at the end of the month following the quar
ter, the Publications will be retained until the same is settled
for; but no subscription is stopped unless it is so ordered. It
is always assumed that a Subscriber will notifv when he
wishes his publication discontinued.
1T3- Periodicals to be discontinued or changed must be ad
vised ahead, or all received after the time desired will be
charged at Counter Ketail Bates, as from the low margin on
the News Subscription Business, it is impossible to assume
from one to three months publications beyond a Subscription
through the want of foresight in others.
WE DIVE OS HJlSTD A LARGE & TAMED STOCK
Blank Books, Chromos, Scrap Pictures,
Fancy Goods, Sheet Music,
, Best Violin and Guitar Strings,
BASE BALL GOODS!
Consisting of :
Peck & Snyder's "Professional Dead Bed Balls,"
Garwood's and Carr's "Bed Stocking," "Atlantic," 'Cock of
the Walk," and "Junior" Base Balls,
Spring, Ash, Cedar and Pine Bats,
Umpires' Guide and Base Ball Bules, c, c, &c.
THRUM & OAT,
AnfASA?fTf "ARMLESS. KOX-INTOXI-i.
a refreshing drink for warm weather, with posi
tively no mineral acids or other deleterious substances. Man
. ISRAEL FiSHER, No. 2 King St., Honolulu,
tself foUowin Certincate, from a medical man, speaks for
IIONOLULU, March 17th, 1875.
HAfYG EXAMINED THE CHAMPAGNE
CIDER, made bv Msr rubor Mr sn t
and it entirely free from any deleterious ingredient. On the
contrary, its component parts comprise a beverage which I
have never seen equaled for its anti.billinn tnni. .n
rating properties. I have used it myself as a cbolagogue, and
I have prescribed its use for my patients. I commend it on-
nesitatmgly as a refreshing and an eminently healthv drinv
VTn?,VJ?l2:. t-w 1 COM!a " "e best thing oi the
G.T.SHIPLEY, M. D.
ISLAND OF OAHU. J83
On this 18th day of March, A. D. 1S75, personally appeared
before me Geo. T. Shipley, known to me tobe the person de
scribed in and who executed the annexed Instrument, who
acknowledged to me that he executed the same freely and Tol
untarily, and for the uses and purposes therein set forth.
CHAS. T. GULICK.
my-86m - Notary Public.
CASES CORN" STARCH,
C.?JE? r.LAT, CROIX CORN. QUARTER
barrels Clear Pork, for families; Lewis' Celebrated Meat.
Soups. Tomatoes. Tam,in kik n.-i.:. , ,, "
jih-irR,h?i,r,i C'ns, Lobsters, &c.,4c,receiTed
J ua ui MUC MJJ
m'5 BOLLES & Co.
NOW LANDING FROM SHIP SYREN !
122 DATS FROM BOSTON,
t OO OILSNEW BEDFORD CORDAGE,
lT-i 7. rfl co,'j New Bedford Whale Lloe, CuUing Falls!
f R . Miu Colloa Dock, assorted nos. fm l to 10
0rfVssorL.?U-ki A-ke DiD tor boat sails, 1W
Ash Oars , assorted sizes from 10 to 22 feet lengths.
For tale at reduced prices by
BOLLES & CO.
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Cammerc ml H-itbcriiser.
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 15.
Macaulay as a Reader.
To read without remembering is cf slight utility.
To remember without judgment is little, if any
better. I haTe read of individuals but slightly re
moved from idiocy, who could repeat a eermoD, or a
poem from having heard it only once. In Macaulay
the grasp of memory was wonderful, and few if any,
better knew how to utilize his multifarious reading.
"The child is the father of the man." "From
the time that he was three years old he read inces
santly, for the most part lying on the rug before the
fire, with his book on the ground, and a piece of
bread and butter in his hand, and he was very fond
of repeating what he had been reading in language
far above his years. His memory retained without
effort the phraseology of the book, which he had
last been engaged on, and he talked, as the maid
said, with " printed words." In his eighth year hia
mother writes, " My dear Tom continues to show
marks of uncommon genius. He gets on wonderfully
iu all branches of his education, and the extent of
his reading, and of the knowledge he has derived
from it are truly astonishing in a boy not yet eight
years old. lie is at the same time as playful as a
" He read widely, unceasingly, more than rapidly.
The secret of his immense acquirements lay in two
invaluable gifts of nature; an unerring memory,
and the capacity of taking in at a glance the con
tents of a printed page. During the first part of
his life he remembered whatever caught his fancy,
without the process of consciously getting it by
heart. As a child, during an afternoon call made
with his father, he found on a table the " Lay of
the Last Minstrel," which he had never before met
with. He kept himEelf quiet with his prose while
the elders were talking, and on his return home sat
down on his mother's bed, and repeated to her as
many cantos as she had the patience or the strength
to listen to. At one period of his life he was known
to say that, if by some miracle of vandalism all
copies of "Paradise Lost" and "The Pilgrim's
Progress" were distroyed from the face of the earth,
he would undertake to reproduce them both from
" When about thirteen years of age, while waiting
for a post chaise, he picked up a county newspaper
containing two such specimens of provincial poeti
cal talent as in those days might be read in the cor
ner of any weekly journal. One piece was headed
" Reflections of an Exile," while the other was a
trampers parody on the Welsh ballad, "As hydz
nos," referring to some local anecdote of a hostler
whose nose had been bitten off by a filly. He looked
them once through, and never gave them a thought
for forty years, at the end of which time he repeated
them both without missing, or, as far as he knew,
changing a single word."
" He read books faster than other people skimmed
them, and skimmed them as fast as any one else
could turn the leaves. And this speed was not ob
tained at the expense of accuracy : for he looked
upon misquotations as a species of minor sacrilege."
Of his voyage to India in 1834 he writes, " Ex
cept at meals I hardly exchange a word with any
human being. I never was left for so long a time so
completely to my own resources; and I am glad to
say that I found them quite sufficient to keep me
cheerful and employed. During the whole voyage
I read with kttn and increasing enjoyment. I de
vour Greek, Latin, Spanish, Italian, French, and
English; folios, quartos, octavos, duodecimos."
And again he writes, " My power of finding
amusements without companions was pretty well
tried on my voyage. I read insatiably; the Iliad
and Odyssey, Virgil, Horace, Coosar's Commen
taries, Bacon, De Angmentis, Dante, Petrarch,
Ariosto, Tasso, Don Quixote, Gibbon's Rome, Mill's
India, all the seventy volumes of Voltaire, Sis
mondi's History of France, and the seven thick
folios of the Biographia Britannica."
Later he writes, " I have just finished a second
reading of Sophocles. I am now deep in Plato, and
intend to go right through all his works. His
genius is above praise. I have nearly finished Livy.
I admire him greatly, and would give a quarter's
salary to recover the lost Decades. While reading
the earlier books I went again through Neibuhr;
and I am sorry to say that, having always been a
little skeptical about his merits, I am now a con
Again he writes, while engaged in preparing a
complete criminal code for India, " I am deep in
examination of the political theories of the old phi
losophers. I have read Plato's Republic, and his
I Laws; and I am now reading Aristotle's Politics;
after which I shall go through Plato's two treatises
again. I every now and then read one of Plutarch's
Lives on an idle afternoon; and in this way I haye
ukui. x tine Dim prodigi
ously. He is inaccurate, to be sure, and a roman
cer; but he tells a story delightfully, and his illus
trations and sketches of character are as good as
anything in ancient eloquence.
As to Latin, I am finishing Lucan; and I am
busily engaged with Cicero, whoso character, moral
and intellectual, interests me prodigiously. I think
that I see the whole man through and through. I
have gone through all Ovid's poems, I admire him
but I was tired to death before I got to the end." '
Here are his reading accounts for thirteen months
to the end of 1835. During these thirteen months
I have read Aeschylus twice; Sophocles twice; Euri
pides once; Pindar twice; Callimachus; Apollon
ius Rhodius; Quintus Curtius; Theocritus twice
Herodotus; Thucidides; almost all Xenophon's
works; almost all Plato; Aristotle's Politics, and a
good deal of his Organon, dipping elsewhere into
him; the whole of Plutarch's Lives: ahonr half f
Lucian; two or three books of Athenaeus; Plautus
twice; Terence twice; Lucretius twice; Catullus;
Tibullus; Propertius; Lucan; Statins; Silius Itali
cus; Livy; Obelleius Paterculus; Sallust; Ceasar;
and lastly Cicero."
The four years of his sojourn in India must have
been crowded with labor. He was president of the
Board of Education, the duties of which office must
nave occupied much of his time. Then the Penal
Code for India was, very largely, his work. He says
of it, It has cost me very intense labor; and what
ever its faults may be, it is certainly not a sloyenly
performance." and while he was devouring Greek
and Latin works with such astonishing rapidity, he
by no means neglected books in the modern langua-
u weenies an mis, ne wrote articles for the
Edinburgh Review, one of them occupying over a
hundred pages of that work. Aliquis.
Paints, Oils and JVails!
A SPECIAL LINE OF
Three Brands and snperior to anything in the Market,
Two Brands, Guaranteed Perfectly Pure!
J.cntl & Zinc, very clieap
Prussian Bine, Persian and Chrome Green,
Vermilion, Patent Dryer,
Burnt and Raw Selenna,
Burnt and Raw Imber,
Barnt Selenna, Bnrnt Tmber, and
Vandyke Brown, In Water,
A ME 10T OFGIUimG COLORS !
PALE BOILED OIL !
Fine Pale Oil, Seotrh Dak Oil,
50 Kegs Xalls, ei Late Arrivals.
FOR SALE BV
aul8 lm mj i rrn , . .
ww OC u.
SMALL SIZES, FROM SIX TIIRFin Tn
one and a h ,och. (.Ty") For -lie b, BO3 Co?
A VERY FULL ASSORTMENT
SHIP ill MM .STORES !
AL WA YS OX II AND.
Also, Whale Boats and Boat Stock
AND WHALING GEAR.
For Sale br
A. XV. PEIRCE Jt CO
PUCLOA SALT, BRAND'S BOMB GUN3,
BRAND'S BOMB LANCES,
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER, &c.
(myl9 ceq lj)
OIL, OIL, OIL!
STRAINED SPERM OIL!
BY THE CASK OR GALLON IN Q.UAN
tities to suit, at tbe lowest rates.
Polar and Walrus Oil, Shark Oil,
Paint Oil, Kerosene Oils, &c.
For Sale ly
A. W. PEIRCE & CO
COTTON & HEMP DUCK
1f killl YARDS COTTON DUCK.
U.UUU Lawrence) No. 1 to 10, just received ex
Coring , and ex other arrivals.
6,000 yds Woodbuy Cotton Duck, all n ambers,
6,000 yds Hemp Duck, Long Flax and Merchant Navy,
Also Cotton Kavens, Cotton and Hemp Twine, &c, e.
For sale by A. W. PEIRCK if CO.
TAR, PITCH, &c.
AMERICAN AND SWEDISH TAR, WIL
mington Pitch, Oakum, ifC, Naval Stores, etc.
for sale by A. W. PEIBCE & CO.
MANILA & HEMP CORDAGE.
Off COIL.S MANILA & HEMP COR
! V 1F dage, a full assortment, all sizes.
For sale by A. W. PEIBCE & CO
WIRE ROPE, WIRE SEIZING.
A GOOD SUPPLF. For Sale by
A. W. PEIBCE & CO.
ANCHORS & CHAINS.
ANCHORS FROM 40 L.BS. TO 2200 LBS.,
CHAINS from 1-4 inch to 1 3-4 inches.
For sale by
A. W. PEIBCE & CO.
BEST ASH OARS.
A FULL SUPPLY. 6 feet to 22 feet.
For sale by
A. W. PEIRCE tr CO.
THE OLD CO RIMER
Coffee and Billiard Saloon,
ESTABLISIHED IN" 1858,
OFFERS FOR SALE A FINB ASSORTMENT OF
HA V AM, GEBM & MUM HUM
Light and Hard Pressed
NATURAL LEAF TOBACCO,
Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco
AN ASST. OF CUT SMOKING TOBACCO
And a Large Assortment of
BRIAR WOOD AND OTHER PIPES !
Tobacco Poaches, Pipe Stems,
Amber and Horn Mouth Pieces,
Pipe Buttons, Cigarette Paper, etc., etc
II. J. XOLTE,
ial5 qr Corner of Queen and Nuuanu 8ts.
Let the Galled Jade Wince !
A TRIAL is theONLY TEST I
fiRT! AT R PITsTTnTTDltf IN PRTflP f
American, Gold A Silver
WATC H ES, V ATC H ES,
A Fine Hunting Case Waltham Silver Watch for $1 0
44 ( ti i 44 t g
iC 4C.CC 4i 4 CC JO
44 44 44 44 44 C 22
" - " " Gold Watch for 10
44 44 44 44 44
4t 44 44 4 44 4 4 (
- - " Ladies' Gold Watch, 50
tt it it 44 44
All of (he absre linea of Elgin and Wall-am
Walchrs. will be -old sit I be nbere
Price for (be next CO da j
Every Walch Gnaranteed, or (he Money
Trutli is Mighty and
Sole Agent for the Waltham
jj2i Watch Co.
THEO. H. DAVIES
is now lan
DING FROM CALIFOR-
BfcLLK ROBERTS, and cttier late arrl
rals, and offers
FOR SALE CHEAP !
Oregon Salmon in Bbls.
Tobacco, "Cable Coil,"
Honey in Comb,
Honey in Glass,
Dried Peaches, .
&c &c. &c. &c.
200 Coils Best New Bedford Cordage,
ASSORTED SIZES, FROM 1 1-2 INCH TO
4J inch. (my 5) For Sale by BOLL 3 at Co.
Wia kjpi STORE!
a S T1 Ea ES
A MOSKEAG DEMMM A
C A B Ai D
a. Hickory 6 tripe,
cues, wins, - uiesxnea ioiiom, a very superior
Extrs, Fine, Fine and Medium 4-4 and 7-8 White
A Few Pieces Fancy
8-Card Matches, Devoe's
Ehield Iron, Hunt's, Ohio, and Boy's Handled Axes,
Axe Pattern Shingling and Bench Hatchets, Pick Mattocks,
Crow Bars, Coe'i Wrenches,
Eagle No. 20 and No. 2 Plows.
XO & X( Bteel Plows, Wheelbarrows, Ox Yokes,
A Superior Assortment Kitchen Marble Ware !
Now much used In
Axe. Pick, Mattock, Sledge and Hammer Handles, Scythes and Snaitlm, Wood Stirrups, Lamp Black, Cut Nails S IoKili
Cut Spikes and Wrought Nails, AMERICAN ZINC and LEAD PAINTS, COPAL, DAM AH ft CAitltlAUK VAUNig(t
A CAREFULLT selected in voice of
KEROSENE CHANDELIERS AND LAMPS ! !
Chimneys of all styles and sites. Lamp and Flower Pols, Dromed Bracket Bland.
JUST RECEIVED M IU MIUHD & SKIES
A SUPERIOR ASSORTMENT OP
sheesehE" h iiis. hj im are i
Xixt DoorLockg, ButU, cast and brasastd. .zei;
pjsb IwitK ariin ami rornantups. If.. II..U
-...j- . ' i wrfci,, iiaunKwinMM Kiun, uimvick lull, frnri!nK S IIIS, 4-10 to 10 la
Hollow Augers, Patent Augers, Extension Bits, Butcher Knives. Screw Drivers, Kivets and liurs, Chisels, Awls Hose Ho i
I. B. Hose, 3-4, 1 1-2 and 2 inch; Superior American Table Cutlery, worth examiuing; Axle Clips, Horse Naila Babbet M,.u!'
Box Uises, Cooper's Anvils, Hammers. V Croise ft Levellers. ul'
A fine assortment of V W, Paint, Varnish and Centrifugal Brushes, Feather Dusters, Shoe, Shaving, and Metal II n
ishas. A small bat fine assortment of TBI PLK PLATKD FLOW EH VASES, Call Bells and Individual Halt Bottle. .J
ign. A few Infant Baskets, Moss and Toy Baskets for Christmas. f "
design. A few Infant Baskets. Moss and Tov 1
Stove out and sales made ahead of production. 8'esle.t
A Small Assortment of SADDLERVi with (ample ordering cards. Adjustable Tables, Just the thine for LiJ n
Hurricane, Globe and Signal Lanterns. Carriage Bolts, Eagle Brand, all sizes; Mitre Boxes with Disntou's Saws.
Superior and fine asst. of
Which can be seen at and for sale by ALLEN 4 RODINHON.
The New Charter Oak Lawn Mower, 8ets Tloral Tools for Ladies' use.
TO ARPIVP RY R T P A M P D
-------- - - ... y Tr
A FEW OF IMS ST OX'S FINEST SAWS ANI) FILES. :11
.The .!: Good, wfr Purrhastd for Cath nt Uotioiis I'rlrrsaud r radm. ;he 1
to Sell at aati.ructory prices lor Cath or Approved Credit. ni qr
PIESSE & imm
The Beauty of the Raven Tresses
THE SPANISH LADIES
EXCITED THE ADMIRATION
EVERY VISITOR TO MADRID !
other HUE DIU: SIVC rLl II) Is usf d bnt tbr
Expressed Oil of
Which is as common then, with the Mountain Peasant as the
FOR BALE BY
II a at'- Axes, Ax Ilandlea, Ox llovra, Char
coal Irons, Safe.
Also, on Hand,
BUitOERS' HARDWARE J
Tinware, Cordage, Belting, Rubber IIopc,
Lampa, Lanterns, Plows, CultiTatora,
Iloreelloeu, Wheelbarrows, Canal Barrows,
Hingham Buckets, Wooden i'aili?,
. Market Baskets,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes,
c, tkc, te., Ac., c.
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Silver Plated "Ware,
ALL TO BE SOLD CHEAP I
DILLINGHAM & CO.
VISITORS AT HILO. AND PARTIES EN
KOUTJB FOR THIS VOLCANO, can find
. . WITH
BOARD AND LODGING
AT REASONABLE RATES, at the abore establishment.
HORSES AND GUIDES PROCURED
At short notice, and all arrangements made for the trip to the
U. -. HAFAl.
TRUTH VILL TELL!
.TH,E.i7?rl,E,lsloWE IS NOT
tha SOLK AGENT oC U Waltham or any
American Watch Ctmpany, but is prepared
to sell all Watches, ami .r.i.ii.
American Manutactore. on the lowest possible terms: to rror
the abora .taent he only asks the pTblic ic Tprice his
before purchasing elsewhere. v m nl"
WALTHAM WATCHES A SPECIALTY.
&mmWl SS,' .!!. ?V . AB
WT?m' Ui-om,8etun "" Bn7heV,Eg;.v:
WATCHES AND CLOCKS REPAIRED
la the Km) xr.v. t. . .
.rf.t ana warranted to rive
D. W. CLARK, Merchftot 8treet.
Per bark R. C. Wvlie fm. Bremen
25 IKON PTOCK ANfTTnua r oa . .. .
B-ALL. CHAIN, in quanuties to suit, sises inch to
mv vi all iuco,
CUAIS CABLES, 6 8, 8-4. 7-8. 1, 1 1-4, 1 3-8, and 1 6-1
ATTENTION TO THEIR
3 TO ARRIVE PER CEYLON..,
CONSISTING OF :
TICKINGS. A MOSKEAG liLUE DRILLS
Laogilon Bleached Cotton, ' '
article. Fetklo's Mills 4-4 Blesrhea Cotton, the c!ipiit coit,.n (. . .7
all Wool Flannels, n ,n '"ti.ba Vj
Flannels for Children's Wear ! m
and Downer's Kerosene Oil !,:
Horse and Mule Collars,
Ame's hhoTels and Pparies. round iwluud:
IUII's, Heed's and Door's Khorels and Fi.s.lei. ,
3, 4, and ft In. Beltm, Mason's large Blacking. '"
Brooms, best and medium Ksstern mad; N
Superior Garden Hoes, No. 2, W10, and 10 18 Bucket.
place of Porcelain Lined Ware,
Padlocki, new utfv Hat and Coat Uooki, llammerg HmM..i.
i k.i . . .. ."'" rU,
House Paper & Bordering-
NOR' WEST LUMBER, 7
le.vers and dickson
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant Sts,
Nor' Wert I Inch Hoards, Nor' Wert 1J TUnk f?io'
Nor' Weal J4 In. Hank; 2, 3, and 4 In. I'lank', fj!7
Nor' WeBt Tongued A. Grooved IJoard, I A II w t
Nor' Went Surfaeed, 1 In. 1 and 1J, T1
Nor' West Scantling, all ixe;
Nor' Went Timb.r, all .Izca; Ulit
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES ! und
l?or II. "T. Almy,
A CHOICE CARGO
BED WOOD !
I Inch DoardaH, H and 2 Incb,
Rough Surfaced, I in. l, lj, 2 and 3 In. cf tb.
Choice lot of Red Wood Shingles,
3x4 I'o.t8 Red I Wood; 4x4 I'ohIh, Red Wood;
4x0 I'oHti, Red Wood all 7 fct-t lono
Alao, Red Wood yplit ronti,
ALL SIZES OF REDWOODmmi-6
Rough and Clear,
RUSTIC SIDING. CLAPBOARDS,
Tongue and Grooved Hoard, Rod Wood
Tongue and Grooved IJoardu, Red Wood, !J;
Doors, Windows and Blinds,
ALL SIZES! , '
Nails, Builders' Hardware,
Oil, White Lead, Zinc Paint,
Chromo Green, Parla Green, Cbromo Yellow
Red Lead Black Paint, VarnlahS, '
Raw and Burnt Umber, in oil;
Full Asst. of Glass, Putty, &c &c.
White Ash Plank,
WALL PAPER AND BORDER !
Orders from tha oilr r.i.n.i. mi. ,
care and dispatch. " u,,cu wuu
L.EWERS t IIICKNO.V.
RECIPROCITY 1 1 I
NEW CIGAR STORE
OPENED UY II. J. NOLTE,
OPP08ITK riSCIIEa k KOTII, Merchsnt Tsllors.
A BRANCH OP THE OLDEST AND
largest Tobacco and Cigar tlore in Honolulu.
The Best Assortment of Pipes
From Meer-chauin to Urisr.
Tlxo Host Solootlou of
CHEWING & SMOKING TOBACCO
Cigars oi Every luaify
e23) From Bnest HaTana to com moo M snlla. ( qr
TI1RECT FROM HONGKONG.
An nnn. v. I.- -nil 00 ta 100 000
2d Else, all of 'tbs Best quality HAUL BHICKI. and
win -e..a 0LLE84C0.