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J, C. MEEEILL & CO.,
IIIII'IG AXB COMMISSION MER-
. Ats A:ent 1 r R --lular Distich Line of Hono
lulu Fackeu. 201 California t., Ean aruDcijco.
W. H. CEOSSMAN & BBO.,
Ii i l 1 I V: and Commission
US Chnmbtr Slreel. XEW YOKK.
Reference Castle & Cooke and J. T. Waterhoue.
WILLIAMS, ELANCHARD & CO.,
Shipping L Commission Merchants,
Xo. 218 California Slreet,
rchCO lf SAX FRANCISCO.
CORBITT & HACLEAY,
Shipping k Commission Merchants,
i:; and li Front St.; 10 and 12 First St., Portland, O.
-N rKANCL-CO OFFICE, 202 SACRAMENTO STREET.
C.,n.irnm'nM of Island Pn-duce solicited, on which CASH
AUVA.NCL.-i WILL RE MADE. m23
A. P. EVERETT,
Forwarding & CommisMon Merchant
10- FRONT STREET, CORNER CLAY,
Particular attention paid to Consignments of Island Produce
J. BECHTINGEE, M. D.
(r.r TIKSSA, )
EII VMCIAXTO THE ITALIAN T.. AM)
rr-ncli M. It , Societies. 1 0 I Sacramento Street, cor
nrr of Kearny, San Franciaco, Cal. Residence, south-east
rurnrr of Masoo and Pacific. jy
INDIA RICE THUImIm I
MISSION &. IKK3I0NT STS., SAX FClMIStO, CiL.
riMIKINDIA RICEMILL HAVING UNDER
I gone Material Improvements, is now in Perfect Condition
k DRESSING OF PAUDY !
In the Bet Possible Manner. The Price for Hulling and
Ir-iiz of Paddy has been Rrdacrd SO Ver Cent.
PADDY AND HULLED RICE !
WW Ibo-lre Prompt and Careful Attention.
VM. M. GREENWOOD,
General Commission 3Iercha.it and Proprietor of India Rice
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
A ljt lJ DKMCK IPTIONS
PARTIES IN HONOLULU,
or other parts of the Island,
DESIRING FURNITURE !
CAN HAVE THEIR
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
By application to Mr. K. I. A DA MS. Queen Street,
who h is our Descriptive Catalogue with Prices.
O 1ST HA. jST ID !
At Store or L. W. IICPI Kin- St.,
Elack Walnut Bedroom Sets !
I5I.u k Walnut Sideboards,
Black Walnut Dining Chairs.
Oak Cine Seat Dining Chairs,
Cedar Bedroom Sets,
Pine Bureaus, Sc., IfC, Sic.
E. P. ADAMS, Agent for Haw'n Is.
EPPS'S COCOA. !
By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which gov
ern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful
application of the fine properties of well-selected cocoa. Mr.
Kpps has provided car breakfast tables with a delicately
flavoured beverage which may save us many heavy doctors'
bills. It is by the judicious use of such articles of diet that a
constitution may be gradually built up until strong enough to
resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle mala
dies are floatine around us ready to attack wherever there is a
weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping
ourselves well fortified with pare blood and a properly nour
ished frame." See Article in the Civil Serrice Gazette.
Made simply with boiling water or milk.
SolJ only in Packets and Tins, lb and lft, labelled -.
JAMES EPPS & CO.,
43, THRKaDSEEDLB Stbeit, and 170, Piccadilly
Works, Ecstox Road and Camden Tows,
se!5 Losdo.n. ly
Let the Galled Jade Wince !
A TRIAL is theONLY TEST !
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE !
American, Gold & Silver
A Fine Hunting Case Waltham Silver Watch for $ HI
4 U I &
U 4 tfc ()
I tt .1 O 9
" Gold Watch for 10
M 4 ... M Q
" U 44 tl
Ladies' Gotd Watch, 50
All vf the above linea of Elgin and Waltham
Vatrhr, will be sold al the above
Price Tar the next CO days.
Every Walch Gaaranteed, or the Money
Truth is IVIiglity and
Solo Agent for the Waltham
jj2i Watch Co.
THE COMMODIOUS RESIDENCE
.".ii oaKukui Street, a present occupied by the Hon. S.
1"y q. Wilder. Poeaes.3Q given on the 1st of January
;t. for further particular apply to
CjtJ ti&fi&A. N'tvl AttLAil r. K II.
By almost tvtrtj arrival
From England, New York,
Boston and San Francisco.
And have on Land, A VERY COMPLETE As.-iortm-nt
of Goods in their lin-. We Lave just received
from MOMNEt n:w I ne of
Superior to anything ever oflVred in this Market.
. . r -. . . . r ... r-i Ditlurm
rr These have been maue iur us iruiu uu ui
and are mnch strongor and heavier than any of the Eastern
Made Plows, there are ien ciien, luumug uu.
and the number of the Plow indicates the number of Inches it
will cut. Many Planters have seen these New Plows, and
consider them JUST THE T II I NO for this Country.
1 he fifteen inch II ALL. STEEL. BREAKER is a
.i l. 4..:i. in,M ..n.l nrlll uf.(.nmri1iah All ttiat Pteel.
very inorougu uuw 1 -- ----
Wrought Iron, and the Best of Oak can do. A e have left, one
... mu ni imvi: tM.OW.with two of our
in i . j .---. . - -
fourteen inch Steel Plows attached.
Spare Points, Ktams and Handles for the above flows,
constantly on hand.
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Moline and Iron Age cuinvaiors-, ruuct,i., uuisv
which we introduced last Summer, and which are having a
i i d nucutj r.n all the Inlands.
M illllici mi D"i-ii' ' .
. 1 T .,iV. ..in. 1a nvtr, Imaw
Moline Harrows, wun cieei icciu, j
Horse Cultivators, running on wheels and with shafts.
. .-! . ii A i a - Dv Ynlrt9 ftnd Bows.
H ia IWI 1U1T--1, - ,
Yates' and Extra Heavy Lane's Plantation Hoes. 4 sizes, with
Pick Axes, Pick and Ax Mattocks, Grub Hoes, 2 sizes;
Bc. Hoes, Hall's Kice Hoes, 2 kinds; Spades, 6 kinds;
Shovels, 4 kinds; Extra Stout Garden Hoes,
Pitch i'orks. Manure Forks, Kakea.
Hall's Cane Knives, 3 patterns; made by Disston & Son;
Hall's Cane Hatchets, Collins' Matchets, 4 kinds;
Iron Handled Matchets. Horse and Mule Collars, Hames,
llead Stalls and Keins. Trace Chains,
Double and Single Whiflletrees, Oo's, 3 sizes;
Oo, Pick, Hoe, Ax and Sledge Handles.
Superior Tools for Ship and House Carpenters,
" " Coopers,
.Vails of all kinds.
Harness Makers' Tools ii. Material of all kinds,
Shoemakers' " i " " "
California Leather of all kinds,
French Calfskins (.lue, i kinds;
A very full atortment of Ci nslies,
A FEW OF THOSE
Made by Xegretti tz Z;inilira, of London, true prog
nosticators of the weather.
PLATED WARE OF THE BEST KIM,
TAPLE & POCKET CUTLERY,
Manila Kope, Corn Erooms, 3 kinds; Y'ard Brooms,
Churns, Kefriperators, Ice Cream Freezers, Vises, Anvils,
A Few Keystone PORTABLE BLOWERS for
Forges, a very fine article;
Cart and Wagon Axles of all Sizes, Carriage Springs, all sizes;
Carriage Bolts, all sizes; Axes, o kinus;
Hatchets, all kinds and sizes; Crowbars,
Hammers, all kinds for Carpenters, Engineers it Masons;
IRON PICKETS FOR FENCES, the neatest and
best article ever introduced here for garden fences;
Black and Galvanized SHEET IRON, Iron Tubs,
Iron Buckets, No. 6 Fence Wire, Wire Staples,
Scythes and Snaths,
A FEW MORE CASES OF THE JUSTLY
CELEBRATED NOON-DAY OIL,
(By many who have used it.) considered fully equal to
Downer's best, and which we sell cheaper.
Expected in a Few Weeks from Boston,
A NEW SUPPLY OF
A FIXE ASSORTMENT OF
And a fuller assortment soon to come.
By the Martha Davis fm. Boston,
The Mystic Belle from New York,
And the Iolani from Enrope,
A VERY FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Gr O O D S !
Hubbuck's Zinc Paint, three qualities;
Hubburk's White Lead, three qualities;
Hubbuck's Raw and Boiled Linseed Oil,
Hubbuck's Assorted Dry Paints, in casks.
ALSO, CASKS OF CHAINS,
1-4, 5-16, 3-3, 7-16, and 1-2 inch,
All of the above, and many other articles not mentioned
here, will be sold cheap by
E. O. II ALL &. SON
Fire-proof Store, corner Fort and King Sts.
J I I I ,
And Dealer iu All Kind of
FURNITURE, BEDDING !
ic, c, &c.
Work Shop on Nuuanu St., above Holiister's Store.
On hand, & for Sale Cheap,
Chinese Long Chairs. Dining Chairs,
Lounges, Bedsteads, koa and nor' west pine;
Mattresses, all kinds; Bureaus, Tables, &c.
KOA AND PINE COFFINS !
Full Line of Many Other Articles
Too Numerous to Mention.
BEST CURLY KOA BOARDS !
Always on Hand.
A III. 65 X. lO Xuuanu St.
E. S. C V N If A PROPRIETOR
MEECUANT STREET, HONOLULU.
Choice Ales, "Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTV BEST NEW
Bedford Ash Oars Sizea from 10 to 22 feet.
niy6 For Sale by BOLI.E3 k Co.
SA T VR DA Y, J USE 1 .
SUPREME C0TJET LN EQUITY.
XV. C. Jones and
Ii. l BlCKEKTON, j
James Wight. I
The first point to be determined in this case,
is whether the deed set forth in the pleadings as
having been executed 1st August 1875, and ac
knowledged on the 14th of the Bame month, was
in point of fact, a mortgage to secure the
repayment of a debt or was a deed for a certain
sum of money with a condition to reconvey
the property under certain conditions.
The deed upon the face of it is an absolute deed,
and the solution as to whether it was intended
to be a mortgage by the parties must depend
upon all the evidence and circumstances of the
case. 1st Washburn II. P. 494. It ap
pears that previous to the date of the deed,
1'adeken was owing the defendant the eum of
S 13,242, to secure the payment of which there
were in existence several mortgages upon Paue
ken's lands and other property in Kohala,
Hawaii ; that at the time of the making of the
deed in question, Padekcn had been arrested
and was detained in prison at Kohala upon a
charge of cattle stealing ; that a suit had been
commenced by one II. B. Jackson against
Padeken to recover the sum of $5000 damages
for cattle alleged to have been feloniously taken.
And upon the allegation that the debt was
contracted in a fraudulent manner, and a
further allegation that Padekcn was disposing
of hie property, an attachment had been placed
upon the said prof city ; that at the time of the
execution of the deed, 1st August 1875, the
indebtedness of Padeken to defendent had
increased as the defendant alleges, so that there
was due and owing to him the sum of $17,005.
The deed above alluded to purports to convey
all the rropcrty previously mortgaged and in
addition, all the horses and cattle branded
II. C." and the wool, sugar-mill, carts, and
other agricultural implements on the land with
the wool press and 6orghum pan.
It is charged in the Bill that the defendant
gave an agreement in writing to Padeken to
reconvey the lands and property if the amount
of the mortgages, interest and expenses to be
incurred in carrying on the ranch Ehould be
paid on, or before December 31st 1875.
The defendant in his answer to the Bill says
that he did give such a agreement, but that it
was not done at the time of making the deed,
but subsequently. (Tin's agreement is not pro
duced.) But in the defendant's letter to the
Hawaiian Gazette dated 23d Feb. 1S77 and
published March 14th of the same year, he
uses the following expressions : " I required
of him to give me a deed of sale of certain lands
duly mortgaged to roe, together with certain
other articles on the property ; at the same
time I gave him an agreement in writing to
redced the lands and property to him, if, on or
before the 31st of December, 1875, he paid me
the amount of the mortgage, together with
accumulated interest and all expenses I had
incurred to carry on the ranch, while in my
possession. He asked me to do this as he
thought the property would realize more if
advertised for sale, and 1 was perfectly willing
to do so, as I preferred my money to the pro
perty, though I would not consent to let the
property go further to wreck, by being kept in
charge of any of his family."
By this it will appear. First that Padeken did
not offer to sell the land, but being in prison
was " required" to make the deed. Second
that " at the same time" an agreement was
given to him to redeed the land if the amount
of the mortgage together with the accumnlated
interest, etc., was paid.
Third. That Padekcn was unwilling to let
the land go to this defendant because he thought
it would realize more if advertised for sale.
Fourthly, That the defendant was willing
to make the arrangement because he ' pre
ferred his money to the property," winch is
equivalent to saying that all the defendent
desired was to secure the repayment of his
money, but he continues, that he was unwilling
that the property " should remain with any one
of his, Padeken's family because it would go
to wreck." On this statement of facts made
by the defendent himself, it cannot be doubted
that the deed upon which he relies, taken with
the agreement to reconvey, was a mortgage
intended to secure the repayment of a previous
debt, and accordingly it appears by the defen
dant's letter to Padeken, dated Sept. 2d, 1875.
that Padeken claimed that he had a right to sell
the land ; that he had requested, in a letter a
week before, that it should be advertised and
the expenses of advertising were to be raid by
Padeken. In that letter, defendant further
requested that Padekcn send him a bill of 6ale
of 6ome other things to secure the price of adver
tising, stating as a reason, that if the suit then
pending for $5000 went against him, it would
6wecp away all ; and further adding " You un
derstand me : you sell me these things to cover
the expenses of advertising, and if you are able
to sell the land, on paying me tho cash, 1 will
return them with the rest to you, if not they
are mine." It will be seen that the proposi
tion then made regarding these last mentioned
things was for a transaction exactly similar to
that of the deed previously made in August.
From all this it is evident that it was the clear
and certain intention of the parties that the
deed should operate as a security for the repay
ment of money, and if so, it can make no differ
ence whether the agreement to reconvey be con
tained in the same instrument or as in this
case, in a different instrument it is still a mort
gage (4th Kent 142) and the mortgage has the
right of redemption. Indeed from all the evi
dence in the case there was not literally an
agreement to reconvey to Padeken but rather,
an agreement that Padekcn might sell the land
and that the defendant would convey it to
whomsoever might buy it, on receipt of the
But it appears from the records that the
plaintiffs in this action had taken possession of
a sugar mill included in the deed of August
above alluded to and disposed of the same, and
that the defendant in this action, at the Oct. Term
of this Court, 1876, brought an action of trover
for the value of the mill, and had verdict and
judgment ; that the defence 6ct up was, that
the deed in question was a fraudulent one, and
that the testimony, of John Padeken, the Bon
of the grantor, to the effect that the deed was
executed with the condition that the property
should be returned in three months, if Padeken
got over his troubles was given and whence it
was argued that the deed was made to defraud,
hinder, or delay creditors, and notwithstanding,
the verdict was in favor of this defendant, thus
establishing the bona fides of the deed, and
further, that on motion to set aside the verdict,
the verdict waB sustained, and thus the bona
fides of the deed is fully established ; hence it
is argued that the whole matter now before the
Court is res adjudicata, and that the judgment
obtained in the previous action is a bar to a
recovery in this proceeding. This point is
pressed upon the Court with great diligence
and ability, and in the course of argument it is
remarked that the only additional evidence now
offered against the validity of this deed is the
agreement to reconvey, which is merely cumula
tive evidence to that offered at the former trial,
to show that the 6ale was conditional.
But the validity of the deed by the light that
we now have is further established ; the verdict
of the jury was right then ; and it is further
established as right now. The deed was
adjudged to be a valid deed then and the
agreement to reconvey would not consti
tute a defence to an action of trover for
the taking out of this defendant's pos
session a mill on whicl he had a mortgage to
secure the payment of a debt ; he was entitled
to possession of that mill and to apply tho pro
ceeds of it to the payment of his debt.
In that action the defendants contended that
the deed was fraudulent and invalid, and it was
decided to be a valid deed, and that the plaintiff
was entitled to recover, he being wrongfully dis
possessed of the mill. In this action, that judg
ment is not challenged and the effect of a judg
ment for the plaintiffs will be quite in conformity
with the preceding verdict and judgment. This
action goes on the assumption that the deed is a
valid one but that the agreement to reconvey in
equity constitutes the deed a mortgage, and
that the defendant has the property only for the
purpose of pajjpg his debt; therefore, the judg
ment on the verdict of October last cannot be a
bar, for it is not inconsistent with the fact that
this is a valid deed that the property should be
now disposed of, for the purpose of fulfilling all
the conditions of the deed and the agreement,
too, namely, to pay all the debt of Padeken to
the defendant aud that the residue go to those
legally representing him.
It is argued by the plaintiffs in this action,
that the accounts stated by the defendant by
which he makes his debt to be $17,063, should
be re-opened, because that interest is cast upon
interest. The statute in this Kingdom is as
Section 14S4 of Civil Code. " No action shall
be maintainable in any Court of this Kingdom,
to recover compound interest upon any contract
It has always been holden that compound in
terest cannot be recovered on and in pursuance of
an antecedent contract, but if a party would de
liberately give a new note for interest due by
him, such a note would not be void as being
made without consideration. Wilcox vs. How
land, 23 Pick. 109 et passim. Now there
can be no difference in principle between a
case where such a note has been given
and where the parties have settled an account
from year to year on the principle of interest
going to the general account and annual rests
being made ; the note thus given for interest is
the evidence, not of his having agreed to pay
compound interest in the original contract, but
of his agreement to pay interest on the new debt
thus created ; instead of paying the interest in
coin, it is paid by a note bearing interest. In
stead of borrowing the money of some one else
and giving a note fur it bearing interest he bor
rows it of his original creditor ; he owes a new
debt to his creditor which he is unable to pay
and therefore gives a note for it, whereby he
makes a new contract which is no part of the
original contract. So likewise an account stated
from year to year as in this case in which interest
is charged up and made a part of the account
and which account has been accepted by Padeken
furnishes evidence that Padekcn agreed to it at
the time of the account being presented to him ;
and if lie agreed to it at the time, as a new con
tract, he is bound by it ; it is no part of the old
contract and is a separate and distinct matter and
is therefore not in violation of the statute, be
cause it is not a suit to recover compound interest
upon any contract.
The master may therefore take an account of
what is duo and owing the defendant, starting
with the sum found due at the settlement of the
account between the defendant in this causo and
Padeken, which is indicated in the deed of
August, 1875, allowing him interest on that
amount from the date of the deed and charging
him with all the livestock and other personal pro
perty received from Padekcn as well as with the
mesne profits of the land. If any of the personal
property has been sold, the price at which it is
sold shall be taken as the valuation ; for that
which has not been sold as well as for the mesne
profits of the land, testimony may be taken - if it
is necessary. The amount thus ascertained with
the interest on the receipts, valuations and mesne
profits is to be deducted from the principal and
interest of the debt in order to determine the
amount due to the defendant ; and to liquidate
this amount, a decree of foreclosure of the real
estate may be taken out according to the usual
practice of this Court. In selling the real pro
perty, it may be divided into lots or sold in
gross, whichever way is most likely to realize
the largest sum. The defendant is of course to
be allowed to purchase at the sale, and after
satisfying the debt thus found due to the defen
dant the balance, if any, is to be paid into
Costs to be the subject of farther adjudication,
1'artice may apply from time to time for further
orders and instructions if it should become
Cii.vs. C. Harris,
A. Francis Judd,
Jones and Bickerton in person.
A. S. liartwell for defendant.
Honolulu, May 4th, 1878.
A ND AS
mi sell with one of those
ELEGANT SOLID SOLE
which will stand the Baggage Smashers, and which are only
to be had at the
STORE of M. MclNERNY
Where can be found any or
EVEHVTHIXG IS THE TMK L1E
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,
Ladies' Embossed Zinc Saratogas,
Ladies' Elegant Travelling Dressing Cases,
Ladies' Russia Leather Shopping Valises,
Ladies' Bags and Reticules in all sizes.
Ladies' Canvas Covered Trunks,
LADIES' STATE ROM TRUNKS !
An article much in demand, stowing neatly under the state
Solid Sole Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
Gent's Solid Bridle Leather Trunks, riveted edges
Gent's Leather Trunks in all sizes;
Gent's Bound Edge Trunks,
Gent's Solid S.ile Leather Valises,
Gent's Bridle Leather Valiss,
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 Straps,
Taurist and Traveler's Bags and Valises.
la ''tct everything in the above line and
at lied ItocJc Prices.
ALSO, JUST TO HAND !
AX ELECAXT LINE OF
GENT'S SHOE WARE
Among which are the
CELEBRATED CORK SOLE GAITERS !
Just the thing for the wet weather.
The Neatest Style of Men's
Ever oifered here. Among which are the celebrated Everett
Slippers, and in fact everything in all well appointed Boot and
All the above lines of Goods trill be Sold
at Prices to suit the Times.
Thru UooiN lire well kuowu here anil nerd
o rccaninirndntlou. Every Pair
8 Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets.
CALIFORNIA PILOT BREAD,
NI A FULL. ASSORTMENT OF FRESH
Crackers, in cases or boxes. For sale by
mh23 BOLLE3 & CO.
T1IIE WAILUKU VINEYARDS, 3000
bearing Vines. Apply to
Importers and Dealers in
OF A I. L. KINDS.
Comprising all the usual Stock Sizes in
TIMBER, PLANK, BOARDS,
FENCING and PICKETS.
ALSO OU HAND :
A Most Complete Stock of
Scantling ; riank, surfaced ami rough;
Board?, surfaced and rough; Battens,
Pickets, Rustic, Lattice, Clapboards.
ALSO, IN STOCK.
A Fine Asst. of WALL PAPER,
BOLTS, SCREWS, &c &c.
PAINT & WHITE WASH BRUSHES 3
METALLIC and other PAINTS !
OF CALIFORNIA AND EASTERN
MAKE, ALL SIZES.
For Sale in Quantities to Suit
FKIEL & BUSH,
Or, nn the pretniats.
Per Bk. Hertfordshire,
Galvanized Plain Sheets, Casks cf Sheet Zinc,
Casks of Perforated Zinc, Cases of Sheet Tin,
Sheet Copper, from 16 tfl 90 ounces-,
Tinsmiths' Iron Wire,
Seamless Drawn Copper Tubes,
ROLLS OF SHEET LEAD!
Two nd one half to fourteen pounds.
Heels of Lead Pipe,
Oalvanized Iron V .-iter Pipes, J, 3, 1, 1J, H, and 2 inches;
Nests or Oval and Round Galvanized Foot Tubs,
Oalvanized Uuckets, Maslin Kettles, Frying i'an.
Oval Tinned Iron Pots, two to six gallons;
Tinned and Enamelled Sauce Pans
AND PER BARK D0VENBY,
FROM SAME PORT.
M: O EE ! ! !
I TV STOCK :
THE FINEST ASSORTMENT
STOVES, RANGES, &C.
To be found in Honolulu.
We would call the social attention of our friends
and the public generally, to our new
UNCLE SAM RANGES !
XT- Which, in point of general arrangement, fineness cf
casting and beauty of design, cannot be excelled. They are
splendid bakers. Also, the Medalion, Opera and May Kange.
These together with the well known
COTTON PLANT, MAGNA CH.4 RTER,
BUCK'S VATEN'T. LA CREULLA,
OSCEOLA AND ALMEDA STOVES.
Make an assortment suitable to the want and n.eans of
everyone. XT Prated Catalogues anl Price List Mailed
Free on application. Every Stoveor Range, WARRANTED.
Marble Slabs and Bowls, for washstands;
Rnbber Uose, i, to 2 inches; Nests of Cake Boxes,
Children's Trays, with patent fastenings;
LeVOlviDg Sprinklers, Toiles' Sets
Wash Bowls, Pitchers, &c, Lc, 4c.
ALSO, A "FULL ASSORTMENT OF
T I 3NT "W IE3
Ol onr own make, all of which we offer
AT LOWEST MARKET RATES !
J. NOTT & CO.
Ho! AM ye in v. ant of a
iloml Suit ol Clothes !
WELL MADE AND OF
Gr uarnii f; o o tl 17 i I:,
CIVE ATTENilO i TO Til E KoLLuWlNcl :
'MIE IXDERSIGXEl) W(II'I.I) MOST
I. resectfully inform hi old frst-nds ;ind umi.iut of Ho
nolulu and the other island:;, that he is now pp-pared t'lc.flVr the
UBGEST& FINEST STOCK
Ever before laid down in thi uiarke:, r .n .i 'in in
l iuot of rn-land and Ori:inu Claik
STOl'T AXI -M EDIL'M.
Finest AVft ;f i:ii-!::;id L CtTitiau L'l;u L &. lriue
DOESKINS, STOUT AND MEDIUM !
A Spli'iidiil A Mxor I iiirn t of
VERY FIP.SH DIAGONALS,
Elack, Blue and Brown, a'l Patterns and Kiur. f ;
Englisli Blue Twill,
Suitable for Mont l!iiiiiri) Suit;
Or Summer C'lolli. in various patterns a
N -. f it rh. Iiihl. wrihi
A VERV LARGE LINE OF
English, Scotch and German Make,
and of Various Patterns and Colors, Extra Heavy,
.Medium, and Li:l,t-vei-l,t.
.lso, ci few I?icces
CELEBRATED OREGON MILLS
STOUT IVT JUX3IXJTVI.
Handsome Check and Plaid Patterns.
SAN FRANCISCO MISSION MILLS
A Very Durnblr Arliclr.
BEDF0ED & WINDSOR CORDS
In Great Variety of Patterns and Colors.
Also, that very Popular Article
CABLE CORD !
Ilrown, Bronze and Drab Color. The above Article
is a great favorite with Stockmen ti planters,
IT NEVER WEARS OUT.
WHITE AND BROWN COTTON
O O 3 XJ 3 O Y !
WIDE AND NARROW RIBBED.
Stout, Medium and Light No. 1 Artiflc
WHITE IMPERIAL LINEN DICK !
Stout nnd Medium.
WIII1T: AXD BKOWX LINEN' DRILL?, all qualities;
White, Colored and Kiiir. d .M A Krl.i I. I.E.-1, all patterns;
BLACK SILK A HOCKED VErSTINW.'', good patterns
BLACK SILK VELVET, a very choice article, Si
InrlM'H Vil :
A VERV COMPLETE LINE OF
Tailor HP i i m m i n fX 9
Consisting of It Jt Black and Colored ITALIAN CLOTHS,
FEKGOON'8 KILKSIAS. Buttons, fewing, SILK AND
MOHAIR BIXDIXfJS, plain and figured.
Naval & Military Buttons & Trimmings
Constantly on hand, and particular nttei.ticn paid to the
making up of M ilitivry mil Naval I'uifomi".
The Undersigned is prepared to manufacture the above
CooriH into Stylish and fashionable Garment, at the very
LOWEST LIVING PRICES, or to sell the "nie
by the yard or piece, at a reasonable ADVANCE OS Cor1!".
XT Oood Workmen employed, and a Nice Kit Ouaranterd.
Orders from the other Island promptly attended to. Address
Merchant Tailor, Kaahumanu citreet,
nearly oppotite Bishop A: Co.' New Bank,
p27 3m Honolulu, Hawaiian Island!.
C BREWER & CO..
TP O JS j. 13 ,
" MARTHA DAVIS,"
Fro ii a fiZosfou.
EASTERN PINE LUMBER!
Eastern Prime Pork,
Keg and Barrel Sliooks,
ONE HUNDRED CA'E.-'
Spirits of Turpentine !
rll DOZEN BROOMS.
I he Following Carriages !
Celebrated New Bedford Maker,
U1. U:. L. LUOMM.I.L,
Who Guarantees His Work !
1 Hunting Wagon,
1 Bench Wagon,
1 Open Wagon,
1 Phseton, very stylish.
For Snle Chen p. by
H'C qr C. RREWER A, CO.
Ex Martha Davis.
From $125 to $225.
FOR SAKE UV
CASTLE Ac COOKE.
The Challenge Standard
'IMIEONLV SELF-R VM I L Tl SO W I l-
1 MILL in tin- vtoild.aiil hen matt rial use. I, Potter,
orkmatiKliip and Hurabil.ty are -ons..tr d, it i iiiLn tt l
edged to be the
UlEll'ESi lMD-JIIll 0H l. LSI:
We are the ONLY Manuruetun r in th- W'oild i.f
THE DOUBLE-HEADER WIND-MILL
Kor power ptii pi tu-, tui'b a rumilii Cu ;( oiu
tirml .Miiin nnd I 1 Mill.
ALWAYS VICTORIOUS AT PAIRS
Allll I'l IM-llflll T('l a.
THE ABOVE MILLS. IN VARIOUS SIZES,
lor Irriallou nn! Pu n:plu l;ili r for
Slot. I'ui ni- i r I iimll) c.
1 (- Two of the latter are timv ),. ti- and can be tet-n on up.
I'lication to the underpinned.
For further parlirularn, nddrewi
niAI.LEMJK MILL '...
Ilatatia, 111 , I . S. A.
r .1 M ES S. LKMON.
Honolulu. . .
Has a Fine Complexion !
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Hut d i more ilmn doubtful k1.i-1I.it It Hid, in j ui.l.v, the
Colli) Ii A loin of the
i vj who 1.1SI-:
That Iiiilnital'l Auxiliary i f E. nia'e l,ot i ll n. f,
HIll'S HUH MIIKER HIE!
nAIR AS It KD AS Till: FL M F. OF A
olt-uto, or white at the dm. I uiornt on a I 'loridn lleinl. k,
fan bft handed to a glorious brown or lu-tniu blarl.
I!y a finale Application i f
Hill's Instantaneous Hair
AND WHISKER DYE !
FOR SALK II V
jalOCrn M. McINtlRNV.
.. 4 I
Or I'iiii- 111 ili.il
lit. 11 .
Oik- I Inn dnl nnil T It i r I ) r tt Dm fa
37" 0 3?7L 3 TLm !
I!y the l'nderti;r)M, e .riMiftli.fr of
A FULL ASSORTMT
I 1, 1 1 Ml llll 11,1111 IIS!
Print?, Dcnim, Blurting,
Umbrella", silk an,I cotton; BaiMlm, Quilfa,
Lilies' Hats, Molotkini, Towi-ln, Lorjg Cloth.
Clctliiog, .Siiirte, Scarc, &c., kc.
East India Rice, Iron Bedsteads I
White Ltvl, Zinc, Iioile.l Oil, French CulMin,
OIIjillKiVS KTOIfcI.N !
Corrugate,. Iron, I5ir Iron,
Fencing Wire, IIi,!owaie,
Ilar lware, GalvimizcJ Wore, Ac.
FOR SALK II V
THEO, H. DAVIES,
SAM'L G. WILDER,
Agent for the Hawaiian Island.,
3ILTLAL LIFE 1SLHAME 10MIMV
OF NEW YORK,
Economical Life Ins., Co.
IN THE WORLD !
AIjIj OASII !
Now is a Good Time to Insure.
MAT. BIT I lUST-tUSS KISKS TAKIA
OFFICK WITH WILD 10 R ,
LANDING THIS DAY
FROM lilfiti IIKRA, MKKKIU JHn.irr,.
from Han Kra:ic iro,
Uoldiii Oato Kxtra Kainlljr Flour.
Uuldi-n Uat llak-r'a Rxts
Vm ii Meat
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