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H. W. SEVEEANCE,
HA V A 1 1 A N C O N I" I, A l t O M M I 1 0
MERCHANT. IA California ttr-rit, .-n irarr
Caltonii. XT Room No. . ljr
co. r.corrn. '"Tr t:
GEORGE F. COFFIN & CO.,
shipping i.u co.naism. :j..ki.im.
'o. 13 Pine Street, LV.' u 1..' r,
PARTICULAR ATTK.TI CilVi O
fclaof HUao onirrs, and salu! irti .a &
JOHN HARVEY & CO.,
OMMSSSIO.V I KRC'II A NTS ami V)"I
Referacc Bank cf Sljatr-:.
J4ll SO CiJfl .!.in.- i :i f-i. . .i :
A. P. EVEKETT.
Forwarding JL Commission Mrrt h;i!i:
405 fRtiT STREET. COUNEU CL.W
SAX FIH.NC IX lt.
Particular attttioo pant to 'onijrE..Titj ul Iv.v. ' '"j; :- "
WILLIAMS, DIMOND 6: CO.,
Shipping & Coiuniiioii Merchant,
W. H. CROSSMAN & BRO.,
HblppIiiK anl Oom m
M E R C II A.:S T H.
lit Ckanbfri Mrrrl. .NKW V()i:!i.
Reference Castl A Cwoke au.l J- T. WaMt."j
p ja so '
IIMDIA RICE TZILiI !
Jll.vSlOX A IRLIIO.NT STS., SIX I C t.MI t. I'll..
nillR INDIA RICK MIM- AFTKR MX
B. TaEJI VEARrt of practical exf-trur a'. I improve
ment, m bow th nearest to prrtrctk.ii t any ff f--- K- M..
of tO WorUI. Id thorough dm of CleaiMiriC iir.-l it
land anrivaWl; and in yirU f Ck-annl. M rr!,ania l-- lift
from ! PaJdy. produa from . to H r rent, more it...:i
Iha tk-rll Mill of Anuimlam.
THE IXUIA RICK Ml I.I. i now in lvrf
Running Urdrr fr the
HllllM DRESSIAG OF i'.ll. !
UN CLEANED RICE,
from the Hawaiian Islands, to which it ii ?teia:!y A'! ij
PADDY AND HULLED RICE !
iYiU Recfive Prompt ami Cartful A". :'.
WM. M. CBKKNWimjI.
Oeaeral Commiwivn Merchant anl Proprietor of In.li kin
Mill. " J
THE J. JI. BMIIK U.1LKE
THE LARGEST BILLIARD MAIiUFAC
TURER'S IN THE WORLD,
Established in Chicm'. ft. Loci. Nr York anil fir.f .nr:;li.
and Saving beaide branches in all the r;i.c ul dm j i I i!
Oar object la these islands. Is fr tli- urr w ( l !' e
alt who atay frwl the necraaitjr of urtiiui' iilir.,' IV- iltx'ii a:-t
aahMXutiag with billiarUi.
TABLEH WniCII ARK THY.
Hon Plus Ultra of the Trade !
Our Table are sndooKteUly tli Ik-kI m r nunu:.iriur !,
and oar Cathioaa are highly tn-cii'l. I. r r- n. .1 ti.
railDmtot o the beat frofcional ami Arr.it.-nr l'ti.--
tarouKbout the worki. Oar rood are a-lmiiirU t.jr mn..ut
bolUeal competitors U be DoeiuaIlrd iu l-auty. iu tl.iy. ar..l
flnnh, and we tare the meat exttmire ?ul l.-.!.m. at ( n .
anrt tn the wnrbl.
We can AU orders With irrater CiriSitjr. an I ull r I 1 ' . r
atiaatcttoa than any other It'.luir.l It'iL- nj.ii.n.'... Mrn
The andera(tied woqld moat rrpetfui;y ak iln- a:t-..t. .
of the ciuiroa ol the iatanda to the
FIVE BILLIARD TABLES,
now in Be ana impurtetl irom Ine at nre rn iuur.irt.:r- r.
And Wookl venture to aay that t ) lall r:inn.. I." i
any way exceUed. All Champion I'Lijtr ut. l t.itiHr
No. 1. & the Best Tables Manufactured
All Champion tames and the blgrrat nun nr.- un it- ..:
thea arc Table tbrLu;loiit t(,.- I nit. .t
All iafurmatioa rcqaired can be hal l.y ap(.lii..' to ih-- un
dertitrnsd, who will be mot happy to ftrcive t r.l. i i I- r ai.j
tte Tables, saeb as
ECLIPSE CAROM & POOL,
ECLIPSE POOL 4 CAROM TA3LIS.
Which are the TutW i f tV !: .
Order olieited Ijc any part of or full cu lUi in ll. l;i.li:r l
nam, tw.9 ae
Cloth. Balls, Cues, Racks, Marker.-,
Bridges, Maces, Chalk, Tips. &c.
I woo Id alao call to notice, the beautiful
Rerolring Parlor Billiard Tabic, with
Stationery Parlor Billiard Table, vvith
the Monarch Cushions.
The Parepa, Bagatelle and Pigeon Hole
Which are of superior qonhty and Cnl-h.
The last bat not trait come the
A beautiful Table, mock luiUd (r saloon purposr. T! r
Table are both oarful and ornamental and nr at auituMe t
panie bavin; small parlor ant ror.tr .
The abova Table, owtttu. Ac. and every thin? in th P. I
Kard Lite, will be put down to the Lowrt li.-ut- and ivjf.
ranted la every pariicalar. or no sle. TaM-s m u" cn' r.;;y
on toe Coast are 4iS and 4Jx.
foe full parUcuUrs pie axe address
iloootola, II. X. JAMES S. I.E'MtrX.
Afeai far the J. M. Braaawlrk A. lw.JUe- Co.
THE GREAT MONARCH'S
Prize Standard Nonpareil Novelty Talks
Are la daily ass and can be seen at the Commrrci.rl I i .l .r 1
Parlors, corner of Naaana Avenue and Keretinra !r-t. on
rr be eapertor maaa(ement of O. II. Fox, Kq . who ia aU
way la attendance to tnatroct and attend l' iruii c( tl.o
Lover f the CTJC.
THE FINE EAR
(17aaer tn chrj of MR. ROEl.RT KOMXi.N)
Attacked to the Saloon ia liberally sapplk-1 wi:h CIluKE
VABIXTIEa f flow WIN ES
With Uqwor of the best brand, alone with pol.te atteniUn
combine to make it the most pleasant place t r. sort an 1
refreshment la the city.
J AS. S. I.EM fl.N,
do 27 tea
Horses, Buggies, Harnesses, and
JUST ARRIVED PER IIARKT. EUREKA,
FOR SALE CHEAP.
OrdenUkrslur IMPORTED II0R8ES and BIGGIES of
Pit.) r:l;t-, l ir.'-'tr. t
SATl'IiD.i V. JAXI ARY 22, 1SS1.
I::,::-uc:lor.s fcr Disinfection.
'il..- , v.j:i i ;:.-. i!ar was jrcpaicd for general
ii;.- ;.' .-1 t, ' y ::. : nil. mtn whose iiames are
:.r ;c... i. i.i.i r a j i ritiiictit of the National
T uru ! IicItii A ti c L'r.ited Stated.
:i t;:L:.-:i)i:iri: t!.- rcj.'jrt the chairman, Prof.
('. T. '!..:. i:.-r. J'!'. !-, reiuarks :
I: I : - !jc ii ti . nim of the committee to prepare
,: !.-. .Iirc.-ti-,r. f.r di.-infection, eo eimple and
;! -;.r r! ;:' :! ' T -i 'j !f mm1v followed hy any
I or- :i '.I !:!' l..f!''-.
I:i ti.f M'Ii-::i'ji il jiMii!i.-tini; agents the aim
! - ii, I.t : to hfcur; a--nt(j which can be re
u: i i: ,u to accomplish the work; 2J, wliicb can
f j r arc J in a Kate of comparative purity in
i v ry viILjc in the l'niul States; 3, o cheap
ti..tt th'-y can he used in adequate quantities.
It ! extremely imj-ortant that the people ehould
I t- ii..-; ucUd with regard to disinfection. They
i:ii:.-t he taught that r.o reliance can bo placed on
di.-infectar;t- f-itcj ly hecaue they pmell of chlo
riii'r or -.'.iho!ic acid, or p isstes the color of pcr
m n -ari iie, a:.d that, in general, proprietary
ii-i:.!t'':a:ii4 wi:!i hih eounding names are prac
tie:!Iy wortldf-, as they either have no value
whatlvcr, or if of value, cost many times as much
a they a:e w.rth, and cannot be used in eufii
iJi.-.'nf. cih-ti is the destruction of the poisons of
ii:f cf .iorid ai. J contagious diseases.
-.d 'ri.--rs, or t-uhMunccs which destroy emelld.
are not r.cccr-arily diriLfcctants, and disinfec-t.-.i.
rs do i.t ncccerarily have an odor.
IL-infcctijn cannot compensate for want of
c!t ur.lint.'s cr of ventilation.
I. DIiIMLlTANTS To LE EJII'LOVED.
J. K'jll suli hur (hrimstonc) for fumigation,
urxhate of iron (copjcra9) dissolved in
watr in the proportion cf l pounds to the gal
l ri; for soil, sewers, Sec.
3. Sulj !.atc of zinc and common salt, dissolved
together in water i:i the proportions of four
ouin cs m!j hate ar:d two ounces salt to the gallon;
for clothing, hed-hnen, c.
Note. Catholic acid is not included in the
above li-t f-r the following reasons : It is very
dolicult t determine the quality of the commer
ci:il art i-!', and the purchaser can never be cer
tain of fccuring it o! proper strength; it is cxpen
mw , 1 n of go d quality, and csjK?rience has
(-hov.il i: u.it he employed in comparatively
Lirge pia:iti:iea to he of any use; it is liable, by
its -'ro.-;g o i jr, tj give a lals-c sense of security.
II. HOW TO lit OlilNIECTANTS.
I . hi l h- sich-room. The most available agents
ai..- fr!i ::ir and clranlincss. The clothing, tow-
1-, 1 x i-Iincn, bhould at once, on removal
(roiu tiic j atient, he place I in a pail or tub of
the zinc solution, boiling hot if possible, before
r.i.-i .val from the room.
All dir-charges should either be received in ves-fcl.-
Containing copperas solution, or, when this
is imjracticable, should be immediately covered
with e .ppcras solution. All vessels used about
the i iti. n: should he cleansed with the same so
lution. I'niu ce-.-ary furniture especially that which
is cti.fr 1 rarj ets ard hangings, when possible,
should hi: removed Irom the room at the outset;
otherwise, they should remain for subsequent fu
migation rind treatment.
'2. f'uttiyiUim with sulphur is the only practi
cable method f jr disinfecting the house. For this
jurpos." tl.rr roc ins to be disinfected must be va--:re
1. Ih avy clothing, blankets, bedding, and
other uitictcs which cannot be treated with zinc
solution, should be opened and exposed during
fa:ni':itioii, as directed below. Clo?e the rooms
as tightly as j o.-.-iblc, place the sulphur in iron
fins suj parted nj -: hi ieks, set it on Crc by hot
coals or with the ai l ol a spoonful of alcohol, and
allow the room to remain closed for twenty-four
h .urs. For a room about ten feet square, at
It a.-t two pound of su!j hur should be used; for
r.rjrcr r-.-oms, r..j orti 'ii illy increased quantities
'. I'nnisrs. Cellar.-, yards, stables, gutters
I rii -. cesspools, water-closets, drains, sewers
t .. siioiil l be frequently and liberally treated
wit!, co j jeras solution. The copjeras solution is
t-i.'y prepared by hanging a basket containing
aoout sixty jioiinds ol copperas ia a barrel o
I. A .y am! l d-clulniny , &c. It is lest to
1. 1. in ao aitn.es which have been in contact will
r - sick with contagious or infection diseases
Ari ii li t valuable to be destroyed should be
1 1 t . 1 as fo. lows :
a. Cotton, linen, iLwmcl, blankets, Sec, should
!. trevtrd witli the boiling liot ziue solution, in-
tr.. dm J ; e by j.ieco, securing thorough wet
tin;;, ai.d boiling tor at least half an hour.
. I h.:;vy woolen clothing, silks, furs, stuffed
c 1-' loti.mg. ijdjs and other articles which can
t hi- treated with the zinc solution, 6hould be
!.!:?, i:? ti e r..oni during fumigation, pockets
l i-Mi Tin 1 insidt-out and the whole garment
tln r.iii.'irlv i j posed. Afterwards they should be
iiong in ioe open air, beaten and shaken. I'il-Ij-.vs,
bed-, stuifed mattresses, upholstered furni
ture. A..?.. sf:ouii he cut j en, the contents spread
out mi 1 th r r.l lv fumigated. Carjx-ts arc best
I'oin g i: I on tbe fl ..r, but should ulterward be
r :uov I to t! e ojen air and thoroughly beaten,
o ''.' riTjis-s should be thoroughly washed
a zli.c s.Iutioii of double strength, then
wra: j ! in a sheet wet with the zinc solution,
and bui i. -l at once. Ictallic, metal lined, or
air tiglit cofilns should be used when possible,
certainly u hen the body is to be transported for
ni'V corisi li-rablc distance.
C. V. Chandler, M. I., College of Pliysicians
and ure m , Health Department, riew York;
(.. o. i. I.irker, M. P.. University of Iennsvlva
ni-i: Henry Draper. M D., University of the
City of New iork; hdward U. Janeway, M. v.,
i:. !l vuc .M -dieal College and Health Department,
New York; Ira Kcmscn, il. D., Johns Hopkins
l.'niver.-itv, IJaltimore. JId.; S. O. ander l'oel
Health Ofliecr, New York. National Board of
"SIT- C BORDEN.
A'JCTIC'IEER & COMMISSION MERCH'NT
x: GOODS !
IAIIIKN' AND (i EN'TS HOSIERY.
GENTS FURHISHIHG GOODS ! !
I.:-iI'r. (.cut-.' & Children's Coot L Shoes,
GROCERIES AND CANNED QOoDS,
Ilard'.vare. Crockery and Glassware, To-
tpco. Cigars, Pipes, Yankee Notions,
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
SO. 32. AND 34 FRONT STREET,
klij Aaf JJ
W'.NG V0 TAI & CO.,
Have Constantlv on Hand
At t!.-;r Firj r.;,f S:oze, opposite Mobsman's, Nouanu ttrctt,
A KI LL LINE OF
JAPAN and CHINA TEAS,
Eolh U:s'.i an I Low IViiH-a, arconling to Quality.
ll-o-A fell a-t. cf Plantation Sipplirs, all kinds.
Always on hanJ a LARGE STOCK OF RICE,
iVy tcing A;ent for Uu-ee l.muitions.
fw of thoe F1XCY SILK P1EL0K SCUEFLYS left
jl NI ly WING WO TAI eV CO.
Florae quon & lee onc.
AUTHORIZED GOVMT SHIPPING AGENTS
JL.aborcr Ibi Plantations,
OR OTHER KIND OF LABORER.
OlTicr at No. 3 S Kins street, btlow the Elation Hons, on
Kjite side of the street, jal ly
JUS T RECEIVED,
J,.7 A N EW LOT OF C"l
BiS 5. . i : i-v II 's, Hoa- .u.i:. I
1" XX 33
GREAT STORE DFHQSOLEU.
ri'O THE RESIDENTS OF HOXOLULC
I and the other Islands, before purchasing or ordering else
where, rail at oar Store corner Fort and King St., and exam
ine our stock of
Dry Goods !
Fancy Goods 11
Cutlery, Vases, Accordeons,
Pianos and Organs, Socks,
Underclothing, Towels, Bedspreads,
Solid & Plated Jewelry, Tobaccos,
Cigars, Pipes, Soda "Waters,
In Fact, Ike Great eat Variety in Honolulu.
Hours 6 30 a. m to 9 p. tn. Saturdays fjr the accommoda
tion of all, open until 11 p. in. Orders solicited.
PICKERING &. CO.
GREAT ATp-IIOXS !
Premiums for 188081 !
5 LARGE 5
Beautiful Cliromos !
Being determined not only to keep up with the limes, but to
keep ani-ad of all competitor, I have had ROttin up K1V E
LARUE CHROMOS. 13 by IS iuches in size, and
shall pie THE FIVE FREE to every subscriber to
the FIRESIDE VISITOR : la addition to this, I
thill not only keep the VISITOR up to its present stand
ard, hut shall materially improve it during the year. Our
Chrotnos are tnadc in pure Oil Colors, and are printed in 20
colors, and any description I might attempt to give of them
would not do them justice, yel I will give our readers a partial
description of them, in order that they can get some idea of
No. 1 Ua fine Chromo done in pure Oil Colors, in 20 print
ir j, sue 13 by is inches, entitled:
Ucware ! Beware ! for
" She is fooling thee, '
She is fooling thee, '
Trust her not
Oh, trust her not ! "
This subject is rt presented by a beautiful young lady silting
in a rustic chair, beneath the overhanging branches of a fine
old elm tree ; she is faultlessly dressed, with her long, golden
ringlets hanging down over her shoulders; in her lap is a show
er of beautiful flower. Near by is a beautiful waterfall, while
in the dUtaoce tower mountain peaks. Taken a a whole, it
a a lovelv nicture the beautiful ladv in the rustic chair in
thoughtful mood, luxuriant foliage all around, the beautiful
flowers, the landscape, with the blue canopy of heaven o'e
all combine to farm an enchanting scene, and one that can
not fail to satisfy all.
No. 2 is a fine Oil Chromo, in 20 colors, size 13 by IS In
ches, entitled :
A beautiful girl of eight years is out gathering lorns she is
barefooted, with no hat on her head, the wind playing with
her golden locks, the has her apron lull of ferns. It is
beautiful picture of childish beauty and innocence, and cannot
fail to find favor in the eyes or an. 1 lie coloring oi me i.mu
scape is very fine. In the dUtanre ia seen the little one
home. The nicture. as a whole, is very beautiful and true to
nature. It is well worthnhe price of a year's subscription to
the I'lRKMDK VISITOR, vet every subscriber get
the VISITOR a year, and the live chromos lor the small
sum of One Dollar.
No. 3 is a fine Oil Chromo in 20 colors, size 13 by IS inch
Happy Dreams orChildhood
This Beautiful Chromo represents a sleeping child, a beauti
ful girl cf three years or age. She is sweetly sleeping with
her doll clasped in her hands. Over and above her are seen
anccl forms scattering flowers and blessings on the head of
the dear one. Ik-side her couch is sitting her mother intently
watching her child, while her hands have paused in the fancy
needle-work on which she is engaged. It is a beautifully
sweet picture, aud will Bnd a warm place in every mother
heart in the land. The child sleeping so sweetly with a smile
hovering around its lips, the angel forms o'er head, the mother
watching her dear one, the rich draperies and furniture of
the room make a rare picture of loveliness. It is taken from
a rare painting by one of the old masters, and cannot tail to be
appreciated ly all.
No. 4 is a line Oil Chromo in 20 colors, size 13 by IS inch
The Aliito pponl.
This subject reprcsentsa beautiful Iiali.in girl. dressed in
her native coctume. the is what is known as a Street Music
ian, and earns her livelihood by her violin and voice. 8he
has played and sang to the crowd, and has quietly folded her
right arm over and around her violin, while tier left arm
outstreched, thus mutely appealing to the public to give her
what they may. it is a lovely picture. The girl, though only
a strolling player, i. rarely beautiful the sweet, beseeching
expression of the face could but make the most sordid find th
way into their pockets, and give her a few pennies. It is one
of I he richest pictures we have seen for many a day. It
brought out in Oil Colors, and ia equal in every respect, to
any oil painting, and few can tell whether it is an Oil Chromo
or an Oil Tainting, ao faithfully it is reproduced. To see it
to fall in love with it at once, and every onc who sees it, will
No. 5 is a fine Oil Chromo in 20 colors, size 13 by IS inch
es, entitled :
TIic II c ward !
This is a companion piece to No. 4. It represents a beauti
ful Italian girl (entirely unlike the other.) She is also
Street Musician, earning her livelihood with her voice and
violin; she has played to her audience, and has received her
reward in the share l a shining silver piece which she
holding in her hand, while asuide of delight, at her success,
hovers on her lips, ami her face is radiant. It is a very lovely
picture. This Chromo alone ia worth twice the cost of a
year' subscription to the F I R ESI l E VISITOR, yet
subscriber will receive the r It K foregoing large Chromo
FREE, and the VISITOR a year for a single dollar.
That each subrilxT receives the foreg .ing FIVE
L A K (i E IIKAI TIFI L C1IKO.MOS, and the
FIRESIDE VISITOR a year for a single dollar, and
both papers and chromos are send postpaid in every case. No
publinher in this country ever cflercd so much for a single
dollar and fulfilled it. 1 promise only what I know I can
The undersigned, Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
would respectfully notify the inhabitants of this Kingdom that
tbe above only covers postage throughout tbe United States,
that the Ffawaiian postage is EXTRA for Chromos and Pa
Subscription covering all expense, ftl.25 a year in advance.
try Subscription List now open. X-C
Jurats wanted all over the Kingdom ; Write for
PICKERING & CO., Honolulu, H.I.
tup mm f i nm.iNn.Ri ass t
ssaa usaaa BBWWSwaisvs uanww
Reflector, Companion, and Guide to the Great Truths of the
And illustrating the diversities of human character and the
qualities of the human heart. Consisting of Six
Books in One Volume,
Profusely Illustrated "by Object-Teaching
Showing the pain and misery resulting from vice, and the
peace and happiness arising from virtue.
BY JOHN W. BARBER, and Others.
This is tbe most original work, without question, in re
ligious literature ever produced in our country as unique
ana quaint in its way as Uunvan s famous allegory:
Among the world of books, it is the only one that instructs
in Christianity and human nature on the principle of object
teaching. I'eople who would seldom open the Bible itself are
attracted to this work, for it is a big picture-book in religion.
Every picture, too, enforces a principle. No book extant so
instantly represents the Gospel no, not even the Bible itself
a this, by its appeal through the eye.
Over one hundred and thirty topics are introduced and en
larged npoo with illustrative pictures, such a Repentance,
Faith, Hope. Love, J jstice. Time brings up Truth, The Mem
ory of Uighteousness. Th Memory of Wickedness, Brotherly
Kindness, The Scltlsh Man. Tbe Christian Church, The Syna
gogue of Satan, The Safe Bridge. The I nsafe Bridge. True
and False Principles, Carnal Security, Faith and Works, The
Heavenly Shepherd. The Joy ol Salvation. The End of
Uuman Greatness, c.
The author is now an old man. His life has been filled and
rounded out with good works. He was born in the last years
of the last century, in the administration of George Wash
ington. In lSl'i be was apprenticed to learn the art of en-'
graving. More than a half a century ago he began, in a
small way, as an author. A book about that time was pro
jected by him, under the title of the "Looking-Glass," con-
taming the essential features of this volume. Uis earliest
publications were large emblematic religious engravings, one
ef which, in the hands of our missionaries fifty years ago.Jwas
the main instrumentality in the conversion of the Uueen of
tbe Sandwich Islands.
The pictures in the " Bible Looking-Glas" are all from his
drawings, and many of them engraved Ly him. They show
great ingenuity in design. They are not meant to be artistic,
bat to convey at a glance some principle of truth vital to
human welfare. The costumes are those of the American
people when Mr. Barber was yoang sixty years ago. They
are now old-fashioned. The Christian religion itself, we be
lieve, is not considered new-fashioned.
The work ha great popularity, over iuo.uoo copies having
already passed from the hands of Canvassing Agents into
those ol the people, where, lying upon the tables of thousands
of families, it has acted as a continual teacher of the Gospel. :
-The Bible Look ing-U lass" being in quarto form, is a com
panion in ahape and character to the Family Uible, which it
reflects and explains. niie uie wora is inorougruy evangel
ical and orthodox, no peculiar denominational doctrines are
advocated; only Uie great cardinal principles or Christianity,
in which good people everywhere believe.
Tbe mechanical execution oi mis worn is wortnyofits
literary excellence, white the low price at WbicU it is offered
place it within the reach of all.
Bold exclusively oy suoscnimou.
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It ia printed on fine Rose-Tint Paiier, contains nearly 600
Daires. and I bound In the most durable binding, and will be
furnished to subscribers at the following prices : -
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FOuT fc&U ilh'r fTLEETP, HONOLULU. b27
ALFRED M. MELLIS
JUST RECEIVED, EX LATE A
Assortment of IIerolisxiirii.so, Eiooifilly
Acl&itel for tli is Market, eomprisin
Ladies and Children's Dresses,
Ladies and Children's Hosiery,
Ladies and Children's Cuffs and Collars,
Ladles and Children's Silk Ties,
Ladies Embroidered Waists,
Ladies Embroidered Chemisettes,
Ladies Hat Falls, silk;
Ladies Shetland Shawls,
Ladies Breakfast Shawls,
Ladle Rral Malteae Lace Collar.
Silks, Satins, Velvets,
Poplins, Brocaded Velvet, j
Real Irish Linens,
Printed Linens, j
Lawns, Delaines, and Moomies,
Tit EAL VALECIENNNES Ju C E S !
Table Linens and Napkins, White Damask,
Green and Red, Red and Black, Gold and Brown Rep Table Covers,
White and Brown 8, 9 and 10 1-4 Sheetings, White and Brown Russian Towels.
Embroidered and Checked Honey Combed Bedspread-.
All these Articles have been selected with the greatest care by Asients in New York, Europe, and
San B'rancibco, and are now offered here for sale at the lowest possible margin above first cost.
IF Y0TJ WANT TO GET BARGAINS, IT WILL PAY YOU TO TRY ME FIRST,
BEFORE GOING ELSEWHERE.
ALFRED M. MELLIS. 104
J. II. BETA'S, Jr., PKOPllIETOtt,
No. 69 liling- Street I
NEAR THE BETH EL. HONOLULU.
Chairs, Kitclien Safes,
AND ALL KINDS & STYLES
On Hand, or Made to Order.
First-Class Work !
o 30 6m
The 'College of St Louis
HONOLULU. OAnU, II. I
flUIS INSriTUTION, BEING REMOTE FROM CITY
I allurements, is an acknowledged safeguard for morals.
For aaluhrity of climate ia unrivalled. Tbe buildings are
large and commodious ; while the grounds afford the pupils
opportunities of healthful and manly exercises.
Unremitting attention will be given to the intellectual and
moral culture of the pupils. Non-Catholic pupils will be free
to attend the religious exercises or not, according a their
parents or guardian may desire.
I'unils are received at any time during the year.
No reduction will be made from regular charges, except for
absence, caused by protracted illness.
No leave of absence during tbe scholastic year, except at
the College vacations, or by special permission.
P.ach pupil mast, on entering, obtain one suit of uniform
which, with all other necessary clothing, Ac, will be furnished
at moderate cost by the College; but none of these will be
provided by the College unless by special arrangement.
Payments are to be made quarterly, and invariably in ad
THE COURSE OF STTDV
IS CLS3ICAL. SCIENTIFIC. AND COMMERCIAL.
Latin, Greek, French, German, Spanish and Italian
are taught. Particular attention will be paid te the Engliah
language in all its branches. Literature, Mathematics, pure
and mixed. History, Geography, Chemistry, anil Natural
Philosophy. Arc, dtc.
Board. Lodcine. Tuition, and Washing for Scholastic
Entrance Fee 10 00
Vacation at College 40.00
Music Vocal and Instrumental Drawing, and Modern
I) A V PUPILS :
Senior Class $60.00
Junior Class 40.00
The Scholastic Year consist of two sessions, each comprising
a iieriod of five month. The First Session commence on the
20th of August. The Second on the 20th ef January.
For all and farther particular apply to
REV W. J. LARKIN. Preaidrnl,
No. 73 Beretanis Street.
Evening School Department of
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE.
The President has decided to include tbif branch in the
Curriculum of the College.
Its obiect is to afford all classes of the community the
means of acquiring a Theoretical and Practical knowledge of
all Commercial and Business transaction In daily use; and
also to give an insight into the working and application of
tne different uades, which I so essential in these Islands.
THE THEORETICAL BRANCH
Will be under the supervision of the President and Professor
or the College. THE PRACTICAL, and most important
branch will be specially attended to by representative from
the various master-artizans among a, who have kindly and
generously promised their service to this useful and valuable
They will alternately devote an hour each evening to tbe
task oi imparting this practical knowledge to the students.
All the implements necessary to each trade, and to agri
culture, will be furnished by the College.
bach Master-A rtizan, while connected with the college,
will be entitled to name one Free-Life-Scholarship to the
privileges of this Evening School Department.
Each Strident per Week 50 Cent..
The Evening School will open at 7 o'clock P. M. jal
" Big Collar " Harness Shop
80 KING STREET
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER!
Fine Single & Double Buggy Harness,
Concord and Mule Harness
Plantation Harness of all sorts,
Hiding Bridles, Saddles & Whips
Currycombs, Brushes, Saddle Cloths,
And every necessary for stable use at
BEDROCK PRICES for CASH
tnr Repairing of every description done in the best possible
manner, with the best material.", at lowest workmen's rate.
All Work Guaranteed or Exchanged
US Look for the "Big Collar" -Ts
u5 tt .
AHUNA AND ALAMA A RE PA RTNERS
uader the firm name of Chong Wing WaL engaged in
raising rice at Wailua. Island of Kauai. -
Gents auJ Children's Tweeds Suits,
Gents and Children's Linen t'uits.
Gen s and Children's Hats aud Caps.
Gents and Children's White and Color'd Shirts,
Gent aud Children's White Jc Color'd Hosiery
Gents and Children's White Handkerchiefs,
Gents Colored Silk Handkerchiefs,
Gents Fine Merino Underwear,
Gents White UucK Coals,
Gents White Silk Coats,
Laces ! Lace ! Lnrrs !
White Beaded Silk Lace,
Black Silk and Uupuire Lace,
Real Germau Thread Lace,
Fan Street. Brewrr'i Block. Honolulu. II. I.
House & Sliip IPsxinter.
ALL WORK ENTRUSTED TO ME
Will be Done in a Satisfactory Manner.
QZr Order Box at Pickering's, corner King & Fort streets
"NTr- "Trf, Tvnr. TTnn nrl !
OWNERS OF HORSES ARE RESPECT
fully informed that I have discovered a means to pre
vent horses Irom interfering and I am prepared to pay over
the above reward for each and every case that I may fail in
if undertaken by me. An interfering horse is easily broken
of the habit when I take him in hands, and a trial by the
owners of horses possessing this habit at !
No. 50 King St., of Hoyt Practical and '
Anatomical Horse Shoer,
Will convince the most skeptical. d25 tf j
OTTO FRIED LANDER, j
AGENT FOR TUG j
Universal Copying Company!
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
OULD INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
he is now in this city soliciting orders for KNLARQ-
INQ PHOTOGRAPHS and all kindsot" FAMILY PICTURES
India Ink, Crayon, Pastel & Oil Paintings,
in all styles and sizes, and paurantees first-class work
at the VERY LOWEST RATES.
OFFICE SO Hotel street, wilh A. Kraft, Jeweller. d!8 lm
Gunsmith and Machinist !
No. 1 3 King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND,
And for Salo,
aLLKINOS OF FIRE-ARMS
Or All K imln iiu1 MaLer.
FOR SPOlaTIMi ITttlMlSES.
All Kindsof Machinist Work
Trl IE ?.A IEED!!
AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
XT Orders from the-Other I-lamls will meet with Prompt
Attention. o30 3m
IIOAIIIIUG HOUSE k liEST.UIMT,
Corner Nun a mi nml Kin;; Slrerta.
HOP YICK & CO., Proprietors
ON T1IE EURDPEAK PLAW
. 21 Tickets Given for, Amount of One
Seteud-Class Board -
$5.00 Per Week
1CT The Tables will
always be supplied with
the best the
L . V a HOPP,
NO. 7S KING STREET.
Blew liot of Coffins
JUST RECK1VF.D PKR J. A. KAl-KINBHRG IN
Imitation of our Native Woods,
Which will be offered
jVt. tlie Lowest Kates.
Funerals Promptly Attended to.
'XT Please give m
a call and you will
be convinced uT my
MEW STORE, v.VY
i EW PRICES,
, , No. 71, Nuuanu Sireet, opposite McLean Bros.
Bj- Has now opn for public inspection a large stock of first
first and Choice Goods, comprising i . : "
Dry & Fancy Goods
Gentlemen er Children's Fse, English, trench aid
CMese .Silks of all Colors, Colored Satins,
Ladle' and Uentleniens' Inderwear.
A splendid line of Sock and Stockings, Silk, Wolleon, Cot
ton in all color. Best Balbriggans fi Ladies, Children and
Eibbvos, Cloves, Jewelry, Hals, Caps, Boots L Shoes.
XT first Class Goods at extremely low prices.
Unually being added to by every Steamer. '
1 t J V- i
G-A7-3 me . Oall,;
M JV; X E C X-S. J- T ,
WATCHMAKER, JEWELER, EPiCRAVER
DIAMOND S 313 T T IT, H,
NO. G KAAHU5V3 AMU STREET.
A. I .1-
MADE TO ORDER. '
AND OF TUK
!7 I bold myself personally responsible
ticurity of ibeir goods.
ATTENTION ! 'ATTENTION ! EVERYBODY!
JVO CLOSING OUT SAI.i:,
1VO ' SELTJHVG- OFF,
iVO IMiiaUirTY SAM!!
OR .iLBrsr OTHER'
Tlie Holidays aic over now toi st
FINE mm OB K SUITE OF ELEGANT FURNITURE I
MUSIC STORE, at No. 66 68 Fort st.
ALSO A LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED KTOCK OF
BRACKETS, FINE CHROMOS, MIRRORS, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, &c.
The Largest Assortment of
AM ERIC AIM SEWING MACHINES !
Ir'i'ices; from M lo SCC.
LASO--THE MARVELLOUS ORC LUNETTE
AS LARUE AS A FULL SIZED ORGAN.
Can be Seen and Heard by calling at
GEO. F, WELLS' MUSIG STORE.
jrsi y Nos. 60 te 08 Fori. Street. Honolulu
FOB miSTlUS Ml)
A GREAT SURPRISE TO HOKTOIaUI.Tr,
,AT F. HCXRISTS
BAKERY AND STEAM CANDY FACTORY !
71 Hotel, between Fort and Nuuanu Streets.
THE ABOVE FIRM would respectfully call the attention of ladies, heads of families,
and the public generally of these fair islands, to his extensive stock of
PLAIN &TAN0Y CONFECTIONERY & CAKES
(The quality, style and variety of which have never before been seen in Honolulu
Consisting of several thousand articles of the newest de
signs and. novelties of New York and Chicago, -
Such as: Confectionery Gift Boxes, large assortment of Christmas Tree Ornamenti Ge
latine Cornets, Gilt Walnuts, Motto Hearts, Bouncing Babies, Cupid Pictures, '
Flat and Hollow Sugar Figures and Animals of all Description,
Satchels, Vases, Fruit Clusters, Panorama EgfTs,
And a thousand other articles too numerous to mention.
Also a few hundred pounds of
Hand Made & Delicious Soft Chocolate Dreams'
Double Caramels, Pure Fresh Gum Drops, and several thousand pounds of
PURE HOMEMADE CONFECTIONERY in LARGE VARIETY
Fancy BoxesSurprises, Cornucopias in all sizes, Costume Mottoes and Cassaques,
Also, a Large Assortment of Rich and Plain FRUIT CAKES,
Pound,' Round, Moulded, Sponge, Pyramid and Jelly Cake, in all sizes und
Ornamented in Horn's usually rich style, or Plain. . '
I7F. HORN respectfully invites the public and dealers to inspect his laro-e stock before
importing or buying elsewhere, as his goods will invariably be the cheapest and the best.
DHYOQQDS, FANCY GOODS, GLOTEIIfJG,
CEiyrS FURNISHING COODS,
ALL DIRECT FROM NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA AND EUROPE.' ' '
Popular Prices and Square, Dealing I
I invite the public to examine mj MaBifieeat
wbich is without
Largest and Best Selected Stock in the City of Honolulu
My Prices for perfectly tRVStt, SEW FiBBICS are positively lower lUn are charred h. .i ,
Houses for OLD, SH0PW0BX, SOILED GOODS, uDder he guise of SlLlsPS,1 '
Don't be Deceived, ' Come
EXAMINE MY BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
Dry Goods, Underwear,
TttlMMIHCS. Cl'oTHINC &
o?-A New Line.of GENTS' CLOTHING al GREAT BARGAINS.
I invite a careful loepcction of my Goods and
; i i i .. Orders from the country
R KIM IK KD By
AT LOW RATES
IVoinpll) Attfodfd U,
fur ALL GOODS entrusted lo my care, and assure all my
atrons ol perfect
FIND AT THE
ftWmill Ilflllllll'S !
Earonran anil Im.rlon n... ' . '
question th. "f'T?
arid Examine ' for Ydurself I !
Hosiery, Fancv Goods.
CENTS' FURNISHINC COOOS.
Price.'"S0 TU01DLE TO SII0W C00DS.
r t it
CIIAS. J. FISSSEf,,
1. .... '
OaliFoi-nio. One JPric Bazar,
t i CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL. STREETS