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A. P. EVERETT,
Forwarding.!; Commission Merchant
405 FRONT STREET, CORNER CLAT,
Particular attention paid to ComifnmcnU of Iitan! rrodu-e
THOMAS G. SNOW.
57 Comaertial Street, Boston, 3lass.
CocatgnmecU of Iilarxd produce solicited.
JAMES II. IIANI.OV II A VIVO PCRCH A 2 ED .
the hlrkm:!i fbopcf Jatnc Tylor macka of U old i
Cuttom llouv. br to ootify tb pubiic federally that he i
f-rxa.-. to Jo nil cf work in line tua tjra'.sc ana
7" Speci! attention paid i Ilore-hin, and Farriery. Jd
I'irm gire h.m a call.
Hnnolu'o, Wot. Sth, ISTi. t3 2ai
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
082 D STREET, - "WASHINGTON", D- C.
Hss practised in th Supreme Court of ths United Elates
iocs IS iO. I s member o the Bar of the Sopreroe Coon
of Arkansas. Tennessee and Looiiiana, and anchor of "Af artm
( toman Law, IllutlTatrd."
Attend to case la the Supreme Court or the V. S , and the
Oeoeral Land OCce, aod to the prosecution of Claims against
the L'aited States, jjl3
J, C MERRILL & CO.,
Ijreit, for the Rezalar Dhpatth Line of rackets.
Jull ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENT. (If
W. H. CROSSMAN & BRO.,
Hlilpplntr nnd CommlNMlon
MERC II A N T S.
118 Chambers Street, NEW TORK.
Reference Caatie A Cooke and J. T. Waterhouae.
WILLIAMS, BLANCHARD & CO.,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
Ne. 218 California Street,
mbZO tf SAM FRANCISCO.
CORBITT & I3ACLEAY,
Shipping & Commission 3Ierchants,
13 aod IS Front St.; 10 aod 12 Firat St., Portland, O.
3AM FRANCISCO OFFICE, 202 SACRAMENTO STREET.
Cofiatrnmenta of Inland Produce solicited, on which CA?II
ADVANCES WILL BKMADK. mha3 ly
I1UDIA RICE MILL I
niSSIOX A FEE3I0.VT STS., SIX FEIMTISCO, C1L.
T1IIIS INDIA RICeIvIILL HAVING rNDKIt
OM Material Improvements, ia now in Perfect Condition
MLIHG L DRESSIA'6 OF PADDY !
lo the Beat Possible Manner. The Price for Hulling and
Dressing of Paddy haa been Reduced UO Per Cent.
PADDY AND HULLED RICE !
Will lieceiva Prompt and Careful Attention.
Wil. hi. GREENWOOD,
General CoaicUaloa Merchant and Proprietor of India Rice
UUi, mh9 6m
STEAM SEWING MACHINES
ri'IIE l-NIJEUSICNED II AVE FITTED
A up thir Srwicg Machin- t i ran I y f team, are pre
pared to make any cumtxr and ait kind of I3aga.auchat
fjfir, Coal, Hour. Rtce, V.ocey, Bruib and Comb Ac
Work done on the meat reaaocable term. Apply to the na
drrjirned. Hotel atrvet, neariy oppoaite Waiier'a Batcher
Shop. (c23m) A. M. HEWITT A CO.
SATURDAY. XOVEMBER 30.
What Stagey Did.
I These so Rexedt. IVitbia the j-ist two
weka S0 Chinamen hate I tea liaiej at l'ortian-J,
and it is report that Taels are cn the way fcr
that port with several banJrel mere f these Celes
tials on board. Ia it pcisiUe that this tLing can nt
be atoprJ, cr at le3t restrict! to acme rewenat'.e
limit? We haye encugh white laborers in this coun
try who are willies to work fr wages which will
little mere than support then;, ac l e?cry Mongo
lian who lands cn cur chores tleprifes some cr-e cf
them of the possibility of m&KiDg an honest living.
The one grra; ami ioportaat fact established hj
Stan!ey ia Lis explorations "through the Dark The ic3ur of this class cf persons is the principal
Continent,' and the oue most inierestiag to geo- cause of the commanLitic spirit which is so rspiiij
graphers, that the two broad rivers. Congo deTelcping in oar taidst. and uniess the general
.... , GoTernment does something to prerent it scon there
uu .au,a, r. uuc auu iue B4iac. -T-.ici is no telling what troubles may arise from this curse,
making a through surTey of the shores cf Lake Thia is a aerioai matter, and is becoming mor.j ao
Tanganika.. be branchf d off to the northwest and ery day, and if our laboring classes do tct meire
iocrnered until rehod the bank, cf the Lua- tne protectioa which i tneir rignt, &ca f5r waich
A N H
goTernineuts are tuppesed to te formed, a Gesture
or reiier wm be resortea to wnicn we shall rtgret
to see, but which ca&sct te treTented. Uar labor
Mammoth Sale Stable
CREGO & BOWLEY,
IMPORTERS. WHOLESALE X. RETAIL.
UE.KLt.Hi in Top and Open Phaet'jna. Carriage, Top
and Open Kcckawavs, Cugjrie. Jump Hats, Vatnrti War
on, Lan-Jaus. I.anianl t. Coupe. Coupl'i, and erery de-
cription cl Carrut' . iiartieis, SadJ.i ry, Vnhipi, lilanket.
ALSO General Dealer in Horse. Mult anil other tock.
Eipeeial attention paid to the Baying an 1 rihippicz of Lire
Stock cf all kind. Alto will receire orders for all kinds of
G. W. LEIBV, Superintendent.
WILL KEFCB TO
London and Ban Francisco Bank,
National (.old Bank and Truit Company,
William. Blanrhard fc Co.,
WilUatn T. Coleman 6c Co., San Francijco.
H. Turton, Esq., )
fi. W. MacfarUne A. Co., Sandwich Islands.
Wm. Pflurer, Kq., )
CREGO 4; BOWLEV, Proprietors.
G. W. MACFARI.ANE 4: CO. will act a our Agent, and
receire order for Homes, Male. Ac, and furnish full inform
ation a to cost and ahipment of the same. u'i
let the Galled Jade Wince !
A TRIAL is theONLY TEST !
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE ! i
ALMAi A. FOR 1879 !
Is now in Coarse of rahlication,
TO BE ISSUED DURING DECEMBER !
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vertising apace will please make early application.
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in valuable information, while it will contain new futures cf
interest, and it is hoped that as no pains or expense is spared
to make it merit the confidence of the public it will receire a
Price per Copy, 50c; per Dozen, $5.
The success attending the Centennial number em
boldens the publisher to issue a larger edition. From
the satisfaction given last year to his News Patrons
throughout the islands, the liberty will be taken
again by the undersigned of mailing a copy of the
Annual to each Island Subscriber unless ordered
otherwise as soon as issued. This will accommodate
many, and tend to insure the expenses of publication
being covered. Parties desiring more copies will
please advise. Patrons receiving copies cot wanted
can return them in the same wrappers, if unopened,
without expense to them.
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American, Gold A: Silver
WATCHES, WATCH ES,
A Fine Hunting Case Waltham Silver Watch for 91 O
M M ft 1 H
M U U t. 4, (I t20
i, u i a )
" " " Gold Watch for 71)
c M ( t K()
U M 4. " fH
- Ladies' Gold Watch, 30
MM M M 1 O "t
All mf the above lines ofEltfin and Wnllhnin
Walehei, will be said at the nbrr
Prices far the next CO days.
Every Wale a Guaranteed, or the Money
Trutli is jTIiIity and
Sole Agent for the Waltham
The Challenge Standard
INTERESTED IN SUGAR MANUFACTURE.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLT
notifies ail parties interested, that the subscription list of the
"SUCAR CANE, " FOR 1879,
The most complete publication known devoted to this branch
of Industry, will be made up and forwarded early in Dec, and
persons desirous of securing the same will please send in their
names early, as it has been found very difficult to alter a list
during the year and secure the back number.
Subscription Price, $5 per Annum !
Zr" Parties contemplating a change In their Sub
scription LUts for ISt 9, are requested to give
notice prior to making np the December aceonnts
to simplify matters and avoid delay.
icg classes are in earnest in this matter, and it
will be well for the national authorities to bee-J the
warning. Thij growing, unmitigated ctII will be
topped m seme way, ana sooner, perhaps, than
those law makers in Washington, who, so serenely
FOR SAMS !
Arrived Per " R. C. Wylie."
E. IIOFrSCIILAECER Jc Co.
laba at a plac named Nyangwe. From this pout
he made a detour to avoid the two cataracts
which occur below Nyangwe, striking the river
again below the second fall, and following its
course on down through the Congo to the Atlantic
Ocean, thus ascertaining beyond a doabt that the
two rivers were one He gracefully renders a Ignore car complaints, may imagine.
tribute to Livinzstone bv adontin? bia name fur
the river, and th. rmrlimnt ili nn.i nnrlrmfct- A W bair " espied among the raTen locks of
... . , , . . t. i a charming young lady. "Uh, pray, pull it out,"
ed!y be accepted by the entire geographical lhe eic;ain:ed. -if I puU it cut, ten more wUl come
oriU- to the funeral," replied the one who made the un
Livingstone Lad expressed his opinion that the welcome discovery. "Pluck it cut nevertheless,"
Lualaba, from its northerly course below Lake said the dark-haired damsel; "it's no consequence
t. i ,, ........ .i I many cuuie lo liie iuuciu, pruTiaeu luej ii
-" , v i . j .vuoi,.ub.u iuu uau " a;t i a ui tut I comg jj black.
rile; but fctanley tihows that this theory was an
error. The Lualaba's upward course has been
traced from Nyangwe to its course ia Lake Bang-
weolo, or Bemba, a lake lying between the paral
lelsofll and 12 south, and the meridians of
28 and 31 east, and near the southern border
of which Dr. Livingstone is supposed to have died
The lake lie3 at an elevation of 3C88 feet above the
level of the sea.
The following summarizes this interesting and
most important geographical discovery :
Stanley gave nine months to the exploration of
the Lualaba. or rather to the Livingstone, as he
called it, and as it must be called for all time
Before be went out on this mission we knew there
were two rivers the Congo and Lualaba. We
knew that the Congo ran into the Atlantic Ocean,
but its source was lost in cataracts. The Por
tuguese were content to scatter a few settlements
about its mouth, and trade for gums and ivory
along its banks. But it was an unknown river
beyond the cataracts. V e knew there was a river
in the middle of Africa called the Lualaba: we
knew it bad a swift current, that it was a river of
large volume. But beyond that we knew nothing.
home had one theory, others bad another. Liv
ingstone was convinced that it ran into the Nile,
was really the source of tbo Nile : and who would
question even the theory of so great a master?
hat Stanley did was to 6how that the Congo and
Lualaba were one and the same ; that the Congo,
instead of losing itself among the rapids, was to
force itself into the very heart of the continent ;
tnat the Lualaba, instead of going north and
submitting to the usurping waters of the Nile, was
FOR SAItK !
FRUITS IZVT TIMS !
Arrived Per " E. C. WYLIE,"
E. IIOFFSCIILAEGER Ac Co.
it I fiiiivra
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
Sole Agents (or Hawaiian Islands.
to turn to the west and force its way to the sea ; 100 Lierhts-
mas, tuesiu rivers were to aisappear irom tne map I nil AilErniS
and be known as one river the Livingstone ; that J 200 Lights
tuts iiver was to uo nines m leugiu , tuai tor
nearly ten degrees of longitude it was to be con
tinuotisly navigable : that its volume was 1,800,
000 cubic feet a second : that the entire area it
drains is bOO,000 square miles ia ther words,
that here was an immense waterway 3,000 miles
into the center of Africa, navigable, with the ex
ception of two breaks engineering science can
easily surmount a waterway into a tropical em
pire, rich in woods and metals and gracious soil,
in fruits and grains, the sure home of a civilized
empire in the years to come. As Petermann, the
eminent German geographer, puts it, Stanley's
work was to unite thfi fragments of Africa ex
ploration the achievements of Livingstone, Bur
ton, bpede. Da Lhaillu, Baker, Cameron, of all the
heroic men who had gone before him into one
consecutive whole, just as Bismarck united the
fragments of the German people, lying about un
der various princes and dukes, into one grand and
harmonious empire. Even as Bismarck bad creat
ed imperial Germany, so Stanley created geogra-
The approach of Russia to the northern frontier of
Japan is attracting the jealousy of that section of
the people, who consider the exchange of Saghalin
for the Kurile Island waa a grave mistake on the
part of the Japanese Government. The question
among the alarmists is, bow to resiet Russain ag
gression ; and it must be admitted that the subject
is one of more than ordinary moment, when the
divided state of this Lmpire, and the want of conn
dence in their rulers evinced by the people, are con
SPECIAL CONTRACTS MADE
LARGER MACHINES !
rMIESE MACHINES ARB OP SIMPLE
JL construction, not liabie to get out of order, require no
skill to manage, are made of the best material and in the most
substantial manner. They occupy little space, are set cp at
small expense, and are equally adapted for lighting the largest
public building, cr the smallest dwelling.
Is used in generating the Gas, the process being perfectly safe.
TT The Union Gas Company have hundreds of Machines in
operation, and every case giving entire satisfaction.
XT U1KCILAKS ana lull information wiU be luro Lulled by
SAN FRANCISCO July 21, 1878.
UNION GAS COM HAN V, GENTS: HAVING
used one of your 500-lizht Gas Machines at Antos for
the past three years, I am pleased to say that it has always
given perfect satisfaction, has never been out of order, and I
eheerfully recommend the Union at the best Gas Marchine in
existence. The light is undoubtedly, for superior to any Coal
Gas on this roast, and costs about one-third as much.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 20, 1S7S.
.GENTS: I HAVE USE
your Gas Machine fifty days. It has cost me during
sidered as factors in the problem of how to preserve lha' 'Lme5,?0-.,?0' th 'w-nty-eiht days preceedinir I
, u - .j -1 ' , . . .. r paid the Gas Co. 16 60. showing a difference that speaks for
a country which IS devoid of cohesion in Itself. ei,, ,nil during the fifty days we used more Gas every
even oft than was customary with u when using the City Gas.
lhe l.ght is fur superior to the coal gas in useonthiacoa.it.
Austria, France and England, with the object of memacaine runa itseii i nave only to regret tnat i did
. b " J I not avail mvself of it advantages earlier. Yours trulv.
Negotiations are said to be pending between
TIIOS. G. THRUM,
News Agent, Honolulu.
PHILADELPHIA ! !
A NO AS YOIT SEE HAVE PROVIDED
J. 3 myself with one of those
ELEGANT SOLID SOLE
mm i unit i i&ui.iiuj
which will stand the Baggage Smashers, and which are only
to be had at the
STORE of M. MclNERNY
M7ure can be found any or
WIBIIS-EEIM ! EIEHIIIIIK IX THE THUK ME
THE ONL.VSELF-REGCL..VTING WIND
MILL ia the Workl, and when material used, Power,
Workmanship and Durability are considered.it is acknowl
edged to be the
f BEAM WIMILl m l 11
We are the ONLY Manufacturers in the Worid of
THE DOUBLE-HEADER WIND-MILL
For power purposes, such as running Custom
Grist Milis and Feed Mills.
ALWAYS VICTORIOUS AT FAIRS
A ad Practical Teat.
THE ABOVIVMILLS, IN VARIOUS SIZES,
Far Irrigation aad romping Water for
Stetk Farms or Family r$e.
wr Two of the latter are now here and can be seen on ap
plication to the undersigned.
For further particulars, apply to
JAMES S. LEMON,
Honolulu. II. I.
THE NEW BOOT AND
ELF.&15CE 1XD COMFORT C03IDIF.D WITH A
LYNCH'S BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY
Kins; St., opposite Dillingham A Co.'s.
SEW CALF SKIN & RUSSIA LEATHER
RIDING BOOTS & LEGGINS !
A SPEClALlTr. ae7 3m
49 HOTEL STREET.
LEOV DEJEAW, - - - PROPRIETOR,
Late of San Fraocfcieo.)
TO IS RESTAURANT WILL BE Supplied
witfe the best Meat, Poultry, Fish. Fruit, Ac, Ac,
which eaa be obtained. Families and parties will be served
at their residences with French and ether diahe, prepared
in the most recherche style. Private rooms lor families.
Among which are
Ladies' Solid Sole Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
Ladies' Solid Bridle Leather Trunks, riveted edges-,;
Ladies' Solid Leather Trunks, sewed edges;
Ladit-s Eleirant Leather Covered Saratogas,
Ladies' Composition Saratogas,
Ladies' Kmbossed Zinc Saratogas,
I.aJie' Elegant Travelling Dressing Cases.
Ladies' Russia Leather Shopping Valises,
Ladies' Bags and Reticules in all sizes.
Ladies' Canvas Covered Trunks,
LADIES' STATE ROOM TRUNKS!
An article mu.h in demand, stowing neatly unJer the state
Solid Sole Leather Trunks, riveted edces;
Gent's Solid Bridle Leather Trunks, riveted edges
ueni s i.eamer i rants in i:i sizes;
Gent's Bound Edge Trunks,
Gent's Solid Sole Leather Valises,
Gent's Bridle Leather Valisss,
Gent's No. 1 and 2 Bostou Valises,
Gent's Patent Corner Valises,
GeDfs Elegant Russia Leather
Gent's Shawl and Blanket Strap. Trunk Straps,
Tourist and Traveler's Bags and Valises.
In act everything in the above line and
at lied JlocTc JTriecs.
ALSO, JUST TO HAND !
AN" ELEGANT LINE OF
GENT'S SHOE WARE
Among which are the
CELEBRATED C0EK SOLE GAITERS !
Just the thing for the wet weather.
The Neatest Style of Men's
Ever offered here. Among which are the celebrated Everett
Slippers, and in fact everything in all well appointed Boot acd
All the above lines of Goods iriu be Sold
at Prices to suit the Times.
Thee Good are well known here nnd need
no rrromniriidnllon. Every Pair
securing common treatment of all European ques
tions. as a counterpoise to Russia, and to substitute
for the Kaiserbund an entiente between France,
England and Austria.
.MTA GLAUS I
JOSEPH MOORE, Sup'l Risdon Iron Works.
'MIE I'NEKMGNED II WE JI I K E-
m. ttltla ;--r - AMY Ti CM!;, ' f. ni I'.. :.r. a I . :
sjaortmeet U th crtra:'l Tu.t.;... :r jji,,::;'!
b- CHEAPER ANU b K T I it tuxu atr ,l',.r ,::? f
pacip im.- rtei!. He c!J the ::: -a ? j-Uor pir. cu
lr y 1,3 tf; ACL' I'M I! t V. !', 1. ; 1-.. c u .: 1
aod mr asrvkablj :ha eth-r r" i
t . i'i;vv, r. ; l .
Covering-Boilers, Steam Pipes, &c.
SAVES 23 PER CENT. OF Kl'EL.
PRICE REDUCED TO S7.5Q
iiawi Jlfc lJ
AN INVOICE OF
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES AND WAGONS !
F R O M T II i:
CORTLAND IVAGON MANUFACTURING COMPANY!
of Cortland, New VerU. wkica will feP .afl m, I'r leea-C A II,
OVrt 1 ,f ':',:rr 'r J" lr'r cs: Maaufactttf.fir iVmpaey a f, mw. ...tr. la wbirb tar li4 . Srwr r
c( l,r (c;:ry f, r r e K rs1,m. rot lm. th ttirr. . . . rr,;B J --r .t IsaKorted ( arrUlN,H
tf ,.,J M l AUI. TdlurJ ia.h !. ar.t ir.' r,r wi.nll tu;'i v,l, H,a Itl'tr .( . a- u .
HEO. II. I) A VIES. AKet. GfARA IKE Ihm, la I, ,a ,rr tM FIUT Cl. C It II I tj K. ..t.l i , uu.Z't. Iwl
- . , i rrp.y tsev wr.te s I .;-w M r I . , fu:i rrif J.-ti.-e in th rfurl..i t ol . ui w. a ai4 it adaHaiM la r lal
I III rll n I H u I I II rl.fl 11 1 rn ' ,,,"yl',r"',"'!",',,t!":i,01' climate, im-nr mi, (h. iUt
11111 Ulll Jill X 1 U 1 IJillv 1 illlU i "' 'l'r.-ved analrt.a'.accha.yrar. I ;. r-.,.r. h .ml ., ,.!, -.., ,n hiw I, l Imi .M u rahlw '..U.
JL ceitred from Oij'fcv, fur .-f
HAS JIM RE-
MIRLEES, TAIT & WATSON'S !
500 GALLON CLARIFIERS,
vi;icn tuev oiTrit for sai.k
AT $550.00 EACH
Alo on hand
WESTON'S I'tTEXT "
From the abtve celebrated makers complete acd very cheap
O" uist neceiveci,
SUGAR MACHINERY & CLARIFIERS,
All of which we cfKr for sale
On Very Liberal Terms to Arrive.
e7 G. W. MACFARLANE A "o.
th- pr-judceycu rk ct .!.: nr. arxisiM ( n f 1 rn.n 1.1 oilnl.riiTIUV an rucvrtvd Mtmy .lpiai!
ra.I warrit.t all mt pwul. 1 y,. a. aid y a Uk I I r . . iu;. i..,ii..n itt t .f t),r U. uff iter tUUM uiwii ui
Ijrar ir.nMili-r" r
Me hiv i'u:i l t'i di?T,-:rt t .tlr c!
lt-,al order ! I e ,1.- i rr J at ai y ry
t;o t I carr.sf- or ag n.
!. v i;u!' 1 1 t', I'- tiUml Mr,u'viui.f t'w.tm, ai.4 'rrwrt (a lat
:.tr 1 1' - l-;l.'n ai LOW t AMI I'K It ac Un g lu tl an I
DILLINGHAM 5c CO.
ThANUFACTURERS and importers
ALL 1) E 8 C UI I T I O r' M
HOUSEHOLD FIITDRE !
PARTIES IN HONOLULU,
or other parts of the Islands,
DESIRING FURNITURE !
CAN HAVE TIIEIR
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
By application to Mr. E. 1. A OA MS, Queen Street,
who has our Descriptive Catalogue with Prices.
O 1ST I-I .A. D !
At Store of L. XV. HOrP, Kins St.,
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets !
Clack Walnut Sideboards,
lilack Walnut Dining Chairs.
Oak Cane Seat Dining Chairs,
Cedar HeiirtHni Sets,
Pine bureaus, Ac, 4 c, kr.
E. P. ADAMS, Agent forHaw'n Is
A 1MD UH IE A ED !
SMALL PROFIT ON EASTERN PRICES.
TO PLANTERS, MILL OWNERS & OTHERS,
a. i - , . 1 . . ... -
a " 'ick i roitri irom :mi isoiilit n
torn lititoK in ISntjlmicU IVow York.'
7 . f
un li'amoiKoo, lv
CASTLE & COOKE:
PARIS PLOWS, genuine improved, heavy, at lower rate than ever offered. ,
STEEL M0LINE PLOWS. 12 14 1G " " ' '
STEEL M0LINE GANG PLOWS, at small advanj above Cost.
STEEL HORSE PLOWS, XI, X0, X00. complete.
GARDEN HOES, solid socket, 5-8 in. neck, stout blade, made to our crder, and toll at
reduced rates, - is 4
HOES. Planter's, Lane's, best quality.
HUNT'S AND SIMMONS' AXE AND PICK MATTOCKS,
Hunt', Colli!.', i Cr1...mii,ti'a Handled Axr.; Ilunf. .n. Days' Ae rallera ll.l. hel. Km. 1 A 8, Uhlnalin.- dai
O-o. Amrnran make NtCwt K.e.l and l.e.v) ; Au,,'., It.l.. haiidr...,,'. .,,.1 i.orr's K'J 1't fhovrli k ft'irV
Cane Kiiivrj. Disston make, lnmrnrrrf .ivi... ... -.. ,i .. r.inni m rpa-ira,
., ... ... ' i mi . ni-ti narrow.
Collar Ai II. -Tie, x .ke, t- Hoars, lj,., a In., W(k K It m.) ,
Ox Chains; Trace Chain; Topsa. I Mieet Chalnst 11'M.p Irtis, Ka 1 A ' 11
A'M Knund t Flat Inm; Axe, Pick, Oo, !( dr, llammrr and Ads lUndl. ;
FILt!' a lull aortment f. r Machimat ur; Nail. Wrought a Cut. all in Cut Plukrii
fteara I'ackinp, A.lH.to'a Packing and Hemp 1'a.kinfi Fence W ire, Ul,k. Annealed, Tarred A (UUanlseitt
THH CELEBRATHO BIRBEO GTEEt FENCE WIRE !
g. mmm & g
No. 05 Fort St., Brewer Block,
WITH AX UNUSUAL,
HAWAIIAN BK. R. 0. WYLIE
And consisting of a targe Assortment of
BY THK A M Kill CM N BARK
114 DAYS FROM BOSTON.
Having on Board a Cargo of
Well Selected Merchandise
For thin Market, Conaialin in part of
fll'MBERMXD COAL, In casks, haps and bulk,
j-ranKiin M,me Coal Tor Unnly use, IN CAtKS,
Wilmington Pitch; 50 pkgs Ho. 1 Resin;
. An Assortment of Bar Iron !
MANILA CORDAGK ; OARS;
Comer of Fort and Merchant Streets.
HOLIDAY GOODS !
Procured with extra care, to suit all taste and ages.
THE ASSORTMENT TOO NUMEROUS TO SPECIFY
Florence Baskets, Work Stands & Baskets,
Leather Goods, Albums,
German Toys, of varied grades;
American Toys, of increased variety;
Spirals and Splints for Fancy Work.
Perforated Card Boards and Motto Goods,
In the latest styles, by express, from New York.
Diaries for 1879, Bagsters and Oxford;
ST The Selection of MISCELLANEOUS and
PRESENTATION BOOKS tbe bulk of which
are expected per Discovery," now fully due
will offer advantages in the selection of Goods
this 6cason that has not been equaled in thia city.
The public are respectfully invited to call and
examine for themselves.
Orders from the other islands will be carefully
and promptly attended to, which, however,
should be as explicit as possible.
Cottons. Linens, Woolens and Silks, New Print.
Denims, Sheeting, Cloth, Euckakina, Flannels, Merino,
Ac, Ac, ic.
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Shirts, Towels, Umbrellas,
Shawl and Clothicg. Blankets, Ac.
Bag and Bagging, Canvas. An
Invoice of Christmas Goods
TOYS, PERFUMERY, 3cc.
8 A D D L E R Y!
CALFSKINS. STATIONERY, Aic.
FROM NEUFELD, BERLIN, Vienna Chairs,
Cutlery, Buckets, Tubs, Saucepans, Corrugated Rocfing,
Fence Wire, Hoop Iron, Tin Tlates, Tin, Bar Iron.
Yellow Metal, Tipes, Zinc, Lead, $c.
Kerosene Oil, Camphor, Ac.
CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE !
DEMIJOHNS AND BASKETS,
Candles. Soaj.s. Sugar, ic, ic , ic.
POWDER A1VI SHOT !
Horse Rope and Other Cordage,
Printing and Wrapping Paper,
St. Paul's, Bavarian and Lager Beer,
Claret and Rhine Wines, Brandy, Gin, c.
Champagne neidsich, Thoreao, Etc.
O R T :
Made especially for Tlantation use; t '
Mule Carts; Heavy Hand Carta; Axle Grease;
1 Iron Safe; Eagle l'luwn; Hay Cutters;
A few- Case of well aelecfrd
23, 2S, SO in. wide, desirable styles;
WESTON'S CEXTRIFI C A L.S. complete,
Hoe Handles, Ax Handle, 1'ick Handles;
Ox Bows, liin.; Charcosl Irons;
Hunt's Axes A Hatchets;
Fairbanks Platform Scales
Babbit Metal; Solder;
Hubber Packing; Black Hivets;
NOONOiy KEROSENE oa :
Downer's Kerosene Oil;
Eastern Keg A Carrel hook;
Hoop Iron, i, i, 1 in.;
fence Wire, Nos. 6 i C;
GALVANIZED CORRUGATED ROOFING,
A Fine AMorlmrot of
Stylish Carriages !
JUMP-SEAT CARRYALLS, I'll A ETON'S,
EXTENSION TO I CARRYALLS,
jQl. Vory Xiargo
ASSORTMENT OF CHAIRS !
Saratoga Arm Cottace Cha;r;
Crown Top Grecian Chain;
Astor Urx:ian Chairs;
Qtiinry V.'ooiJ Chairs;
Arm Cabinet Chairs;
Kevere OITicc Chair;
Swiss Cotti;e Chairs;
Wood ."eat Nurse do;
M'owl Seat H acking do.
A dispatch from Manufacturer says : " We are selling at the rate of 80 torn Daily "
Which means 160 Miles of 3 Wires f
Ptcel Barhs f..r the ordinary Nw. 6 0 F. nee W ir-; Anvil. tlf phri,' Tlce f'oniirr Vice' r
hcrubbm, Cectrifupal A Move llruahi'; ' , 11 " , .'
KAIiyt A NK S PLATFORM SCALES. FROM 400 TO 3.000 LII1., ' t J
ITSTGTjISI-I fine sv.ididx.ks,
A F .-l-lor, S.ddle Trr., IU 0lrt,,s, A 1,
STA T I O N K R Y :
Lgal Cap, Biil, Lcllr A Fools Cap, Note Faper, Ten, Ink. Envelope, J ims Ilot-ki, rrnciU A , ,
Staple. Deninm. i:iechd A Cnl.leachrd Cotton A Drill, Tirkinp, I.lnen Drill, Dip. r Print
bheotingi, Ac, Cor'-u, Brooks' aud Ciat' Cotton Thread, I4nen Thr-d I ' ' f ' i
AMERICAN WHITE FLANNELS. FINE MEDIIM A ND ftILK W AHP. t V I , S . J
a xi o c m ji i ivj s , etc.:
Raw & He5n.-d Fogar. Pardinei. Oy(. r. falm..n. P.p, IUwiiIhii. Encli.h A Am. rl. n make. fui rl.r Hi.Icps
Warranted Pure full VlRl.t Candles, California Canned Kruit. A..ite,; Carli f."la W.
Cream Tartar, Nutmegs, lluriiei's Cxtrart, marking, Wur-uterlur hauri-, Ar., e. ' . ,
Weston's Patent Centrifugals; Tho Celebrated Blako Steam Irri
gating & Vacuum Pumps, assorted sizes & at bottom rates;
Parlor Organs, several styles; Kerosene Oils Down.
ers, vulcan and Dcvocs, at lowest rates, & war- -
ranted equal to any in tho Market.
THE NEW AMERICAN
mnm jachine !
THE GREATEST INVENTION OF THE AGE
A child can ran it 1
A blind person can thread it !
A poor man ran afford it !
A pood house-It erprr want it !
A dressmaker will have it !
A tailor can rear by it !
TT If yon wih C know more about it, rail at ths M uir
More, or enquire ol those who are using it.
FllLl W.HI.A.fIJ TOIi 3 YEARS !
Z1T eer Creak a Thread or Skips a Stltth J JZ3
TI1I3 13 THE ONLY MACHINE WITH
Self Tliremllna Shalile!
Self ICrKiilnlin u Tetiklon!
A mcI Self Srlliuft Neetllc !
Is the Lightest Hunninp, and Is in every re. pert the
Best Family Sewing Machine !
I'll I CJ!S2
jt-koj. .sisri:o si oo !
S ad fur C'll'ilixj'ie uivl J'rice List. Onhrs ly
Mail 2'rori'j'th attetulwl in.
WE ARE ALSO AGENTS FOR THE
Miles' Double Lock Money
X 3L "W JU ZE. 2
ASD the would i:exowm:d
Fair'baxilss'' Scales !
CEO. F. WELLS.
m Fort Htn::l.
Honolulu, May 15, 1979. p20y
WELLS' MUSIC STORE
2To. CO Fort Stroot.
MESSRS. CHULAH& CO.
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Hat .vr I.sjiitltHK i ,1 in i
DlltKCT miOM CUI1MA
A YCltY LA It (IK
ASSORTMT OF GOODS
Auiong whlrh nrr
WHITE AND COLORED MATTING
KilfDHlon, long and all Llnd 0f flialm,
(lilna Tfs f all trade,
trat (loth, for Ladle I)resep,
Silk llandkerr Mefn, silk ( rpe,
r.mbroldered Shan Is.
A SPLENDID VAUIETY OF JEWELEY
riower aeii & nMfr rolAfceiBf(LlBir'Ke,Tt
Ao Ir.roUe of Slone VohU, (Una L'rlrk,
Hard I Ire UoJ-(o( Keadj fur I amllj iv,
- : ... : rn.H)j
Alio on hand and for sale at i(t Ceula Hag.
KICK UK AS FOR HORSES,
HOGS, OR CHICKEN fF.KII.j
oct5 3m CHULAN & CO.
ALSO, A F E W
Tallow Barrels, Fire Bricks, Coals, Gambia, Barrels Cem-nt
FOR SALE BV
H. HACKFELD 6l CO.
Chamber Sets in Chestnut!
AN INVOICE OF
MclYIurray's Fresh Oysters !
A few Cases of
BURNETT'S AQUA FLORIMEL!
All of the above Merchandise will be of
fered for sale upon satisfacto:y
terms to Purchasers.
C- BREWER & GO.
GEO. E WELLS,
FllOX the STATES !
WITH A LARGE A N II WELL SE
LECTED STOCK OF
PIANOS, ORGANS AND SHEET MUSIC
1,000 "woT-sjrx-r :
AMEHIf IV SE1VIAG 3IUTIIVES !
Tojf-tter with a larfie and carlfu"y S'-k-rfd tt"(k i.f
Cl ITARS, VIOLINS,
AC CORD EON'S. CON CERT I .l S,
IIANJOS. li t RMONICAS,
TAMUOL'RINES. STRINGS tor
Ol'ITARS, VIOLINS, Ae.
THE FINE CLIPPER SHIP
ll Ia)i from Llirrpitol, li naw
Discharging her Cargo I'
IN SPLENDID OrtDER,
Mr. WELLS has been Appointed Sole
Agent for Six of the Best
AMERICAN PIANOS, VIZ.,
Decker J3ros.f "Weber,
Fi sclier and Miller.
BEST GERMAN & FRENCH PIANOS
Ii.i'lulin? Ihi '!enlij
MANSFCLDT fit NOTNI.
All our l o.ls are l-M"ht at t.l r-: It i.i . f..r i-.t r.h.
If you wish atij tl.it: i:t lhe Mumic Line I r,iu lurniah it
I r ) ou
l" (heajier lli.m Vuu ran rt lhe Same rUewherr.
N". I!. I ki' i ri t!iin l ut fiict-riit. (il. mi'l (;utr
Bni- fc.ili.f.fliun ! .tu w.ifl. :i in, I- i.,J ! ( h ' !t ihJd
THE FOLLOWING GOODS
rrit.t, Ix -r.iin, Brown Cotton, 1'ilot Clothlns;,
L'nihrella. SIM-Mkln, Towel, Velvet Carpet.
Cl!.,n Blankets, Linen Drill, Quilts, Twfi-1 C lthinf,
L'nil r Cl'Hhina, Wix,l rhirt,
Oif ,r l a i.il Criiiioan Chin, Imlia IiubUr Clothing
' I '
Saddles, Leather Belting, and Laces
I rtM h CaltVkiui, White I-aJ, Ctir Oil,
Gossages' Celebrated Blue Mottled Soap,
Twenty-four Bar In a Iloa,
. ' : t , , )
busoue ii sims' ricis sieix rioitns,
Karlhi-riS'arr, 'ilat.warr, Portland C-mnt,
ycOt,:-.- CUr.n-r., MirrlMs, Tail A Watno' Clarinsr, v
CENTRIFUGALS & ENGINES,
Fire Brick, It flop, P!sl-, Thitlnt,
Iron B d.t a.i, Corrugated Iron, Uaop Iron, j
J'ence Wire, Ilollrw-are,
tint.tjr rttnUutn Barrti. Kailroad Iron,
BLOOD, WOLFE & CO.'S ALE I
BAS' kl.T., PIG BKAND PORTER,
Best Double-Screened South Wales
FOR SiLE II V
$ en oi
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