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firaiitl aud Bona Fide Clearing Sale !
X3KRE.A.T1 EASTERN, 62 Iox-t St.,
Commencing on Saturday June 25th,
The entire stock to be sold Without Reserve, and BELOW COST, the Proprietor,
S. MA (3 XIX. hvhvj about to withdraw from the Retail Trade.
SILKS and SATIXS, former price 82.50 per yd, - - Reduced to 1.25 and $1.35 per yd
Woolen Dress Goods, former price 60c, Reduced to 25 and 50 cents per yd
Cotton and Twilled Slieetiiri's, 10-1, reduced to 40c. and 50c. per yard.
Double width Cassimeres, former price, 83 per yd - Reduced to $2.25
Swiss Muslins, former price -10c per yard ------ Reduced to 20c
Fine Victoria Lawns, former price, 50c per yard - Reduced to 30c
Fine Window Curtains, former price, 81 per pair - Reduced to $1.75 and $2 per pair
Unheard of Bargains in
LADIES' Sd CHILI REN' HOSE
In all Colors.
WOOLEN SHAWLS, of all descriptions at prices that will defy competition.
A LARGE LIXE OF
CI-IILD REIMS' PIQUE DRESSES,
At less than first cost, must be sold ; no reserve,
A special line of LADIES' SILK PARASOLS and UMBRELLAS, Pearl, Shell and Ivory
Handles, that heretofore have been considered bargains at $4.50 each, now selling
at from $2.50 to $3.50 each.
Lonsdale's soft finish White Cottons, 30 in. wide, former price 20c per yd, now selling for 15c.
MEN'S .CLOTHING DEPARTMENT !
Fine White Linen Front Shirts, former price $2.50 ea, - Reduced to $1.25 and $1.50 ea
A fine lot of French Calico Shirts at half cost.
Very superior and heavy Cashmere Shirts, former price $4, now reduced to $2 ea ; This is a
fine shirt for plantation and ranch wear.
Fine Crimean Shirts, all wool, usually sold for $3, - Reduced to $1.75
THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHING
In the Hawaiian Islands. Gent's fine suits that have been selling for from $25 to $35 per
suit, now reduced to from $15 to $22 per full suit.
MEN'S, LADIES' AND CIIILDRENS' BOOTS AND SHOES, are a specialty with
me, and no one iii these Islands can sell under me. The styles and qualities with prices are
too numerous to mention, but I may state that FINE SHOES that are now selling at other
places for $G and upwards, can be bought ot me tor J.5U to 4. iiy stock is not oiu out
new and was bought low for casli and as this is a bona fide Clearing Sale,
I lEIY" C03IPETIT10N,
1 invite inspection of my goods the prices are so low that all who see them must buy. The
attention of Jobbers and residents of the other Islands is earnestly desired. This is a
FIRST CLASS opportunity to SECURE BARGAINS, as I am determined to close out
my entire stock, WITHOUT REGARD TO COST. I cannot give a detailed list of the
Bargains offered by me as it would more than fill this paper, but I assure customers that they
Will Uliy largely aim sailSiacioriiy ll lliey m unijr tumu uuu majiuci uij guuua uuu I'uwua.
Remember the address, GREAT EASTERN, G2 Fort Street.
Fine. Pianos and Elegant Furniture
JUST RECEIVED AT WELLS' MUSIC STOGIE.
IYTos. GS and 68 Fort Street, Honolulu, H. I.
'D Owin" to the "rent depression in business on the Coast and in Eastern Cities and
rnnspmient hard times. Goods can now be bought for CASH LOWER THEN EVER
BEFORE; Having just returned from the centres of business, and I have taken
advantage of all opportunities in the way of bargains offered by buying for SPOT CASH a
Iarce Stock of Goods, which I WILL SLLL, l'UK UAbti Cheaper than goods have ever(
been offered heretofore.
TTnvinrr nurchnsnf these Goods at extraordinary low figures, va
the benefit as will be seen by the follow, give OUr Customers
FINE CHAMBER SETS, complete, (Imitation W&'. .ing prices :
JULY 10, 1!S1.
King Kalakaua with the
THE " PERSEVERAN'CE" IX)DOE.
It will be remembered that on the eveu- ,
ing of the 13th instant, His Majesty, King
Kalakaua, of Hawaii, visited the Victoria
Lodge of Freemasons, 2so. 1,020 (V. Bro.
E. C. Ray, Acting W. M.,) and was then
received and entertained with the honour?
due to his exalted rank and his high pos
ition in the craft. At the regular Meeting
of the Perseverance Lodge, No. 1,165, E. C.
held last night (20th) His Majesty was again
present, and Col. Judd, by especial dispen
sation of the D. D. G. M. aud the courteous
permision of the Victoria Lodge, was pas
sed, with two other entered apprentices, to
the Second or Fellow Craft Degree. The
D. D. G. M. Right Worshipful Bro. C. 1
Carter and His Majesty were, on entering
the Lodge,' received with due honours; and
then, on the call of the D. 1). G. M , the
King was duly saluted, and afterwards the
D. 1). G. M. according to ancient form.
The dispensation having been read, the
business of the evening was then gone
through, the W.M., the D. D. G. M., Wor
hsipful Bro.Dennys taking part in the same,
the S. W. delivering the lecture. The
working of the Lodge was admirable from
beginning to end, and the brethren and
visitors were alike edified and instructed.
Before the Lodge was closed,
The Worshipful Master said : Worshipful
Sirs and Brethren, In tnis advanced age,
the universality of Freemasonry must be
apparent to all, but I think the fact is more
generally appreciated by the Craft itself; it
is we, Brethren, who realize, who know be
fore all others,that its benefits are as equally
extended to the Peasant as to the King.
We are careful invariably to impress upon
our candidates for Initiation that even
Monarchs themselves have not hesitated to
lay aside the Sceptre for the Trowel in
order to join in our ceremonies. It is not
so long ago that our Brethren at Home
witnessed the remarkable spectacle of the
Heir Apparent to the British Throne kneel
ing at the foot of a subject to receive at
his hands the distinguished honour of In
stallation as Grand Master of the order. In
this remote part of Her Majesty's dominions
it is but rare indeed that the Master of a
Lodge has an opportunity of bringing an
example of this kind before the Brethren,
and this is the first time in the annals of
this Lodge that we have been honoured by
the presence of a Royal Past Master. I
think this is a fitting opportunity to avail
ourselves of that rarely-used Bye .Law, No.
12, and elect our illustrious guest of the
evening an honorary member of this
Lodge; and I may mention that His Maj
esty is not averse to this: I beg to move,
Brethren. "That the name of our Right
Worshipful Brother, His Majesty the King
of Hawaii, be added to the roll of this, the
Perseverance Lodge of HongKong.No 1165,
as an Honorary Member.
The Deputy District Grand Master (Right
Worshipful Brother C. P. Chater:) It gives
me great pleasure to second the motion.
The vote was then taken on the proposit
ion in the maner usual amongst Masons;
and the Royal Brother was declared duly
and unanimously elected an Honorary
Member of the Lodge.
The members of the Lodge rose as Bis
Majesty replied: Worshipful Master, Offi
cers and Brethren of Lodge "Perseverance,"
I thank you very much for this high hon
our and privilege that you have allotted
me to-night in proposing me as an Honor
ary Member of the " Perseverance" Lodge.
It is a great pleasure to me to accept your
kind proposition; though unexpected, I am
willing to accept the privilege you tender
me. I have felt very much impressed by,
and feel very much pleased to see, the
progressiveness of Freemasonry in this part
of the world; and the proposition which
has been made, and which you have been
kind enough to approve to-night, will only
add another link to the kind feeling aud
good-will you have shown me during my
visit to Hongkong. I assure you, gentle
men and brethren, that when my travels
are ended and my tour round the world
completed, when I return to my native
Home, I shall carry with me the brightest
remembrance of the kindness that you have
all shown me during my visit here. Again,
I thank you for your kiudness and for the
honour you nave uone me
F. LASSETTER& CO.,
To direct the Attention of the
Inhabitants of the
THE FOLLOWING FACTS:
Tbebuine Uf p. !.. SSETTCR It C.. (I.'mite.l)
i- tj Import and have on Sale every description of
AuJ iLrir le.ut in S Joey contain the Urgent arime:.t ot
WHICH CIS BE FOLJiD l THE
Sfe" Lisla and Catalogues scut pout free "tSi
The facilities afforded by the steamer of the Australian and
New Zealand Mail Steamship Co., enable purchasers in
THE SANDWICH ISLANDS
to obtain goods in
Large or small quantities every month.
LIST OF SOMK OF THK UKPARTMEXTS.
Galvanized ferrngatrd Roofing Iron, in J ton casts,
Fencing Wire, all sizes, In colls,
Paints, Oils, Colors, and Paint Brnshes,
Bar Iron and Blacksmith's Tools,
WheelH right's and Carpenter's Edge Tools,
ails, Locks, aud Builder's Fittings.
Shot Unas, Breech Loaders, Rifles of all sorts,
Revolvers, Repeating weapons, &c, &e.
Antmnnltlon and Cartridges Tor all sorts of
Blasting Powder, Dynamite, and Mining
Explosives of all kinds.
AGRICUL TU RALI M PLEM ENTS
AS FOLLOWS :
Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, Chair Cotters,
Slowing Machines (for Lawn or Grain),
Threshing Machines, &c, &r., &c.
EVERYTHING WANTED IN HOTELS OK
PRIVATE RESIDENCES WILL BE
FOUND IX OUR WAREHOUSE.
Cooking Steves, Cooking Utensils, Knives, Forks
aud Spoous, Dining Room Plated Ware,
Earthenware Diuuer Services,
China Tea and Coffee Sets,
Glass Tumblers, Wine Glasses, and Decauters.
MiLS: 313 O X5L J- Xr. "X1
WATCHMAKER, JEWELER, ENGRAVER
NO. C KAAHUMANU STREET.
Drawing Room Stoves and Ornaments,
TJicse Suits arc tlic si&mcltiml aivuTnut)
only Ti'OqiinIity as those sold for $SO,
:..e mi t larny lum-aMii. MM i
OI.ID wAlOt ooVi w" ! to liomfniW (formerly- sold at $125)
SOLID WALNUT SUITS, full iVJioItop, (formerly sold at $150)
Other Suits at different Prices with corres-
OUR STOCK OF FURNITURE COMPRISING
r -""""jSl Eull Line of First-Class cods,
i FRESH FROM THE FACTORIES, INCLUDES
Fancy Parlor Chairs, Upholstered Piano Stools, Bouquet Tables,
Walnut Extension Tables, (fall leaf); Marble-top Centre Tables, What-nots & Side Stands,
Parlor Suits, upholstered in raw silk, hair cloth it spun silk; Lounges, upholstered same styles,
Library, Office and Dining Room Chairs, Spring Mattresses, Wire Matresses,
Hair Mattresses, Cat Tail Mattresses and Feather Pillows;
Upholstered Folding Chairs and Patent Rockers, (new styles).
SOIVZETlHilKTG- ET33W and BTO'ir 3331a !
TIl'lS KLEOAAT IMTIOT SOFA BED, just ;out. Call & Examine.
. Pianos Organs and Ifliisical ITIcrcIiandise of every Description.
Alarm Cash Tills, Clocks, fcivelry, &c, &c, A:c, &c,
SOLE AGEHT TOR KXS
Popular iLmerican Sewing ESacIiine !
CIIROMOS New Subjects, New Frames, New Prices
PANELS In over one hundred different Styles and Sizes, and at greatly reduced prices.
PICXP FRAMES Of every kind and description made to order.
CABINET RUSTIC PICTURE FRAMES Prices greatly reduced. S2.50 per Dozen, 4 for SI.
Alio, a Large Variety of I3KACKETS, EASELS, MUSIC RACKS, WALL POCKETS. Etc., Etc.
22f Ordera from the other islands filled with dispatch.
'fhankinf the Public for their very generous patronage in the past, I hope by close attention to business and a careful consideration
. .. tr r.io tn mrif n rnnfinunnce of the same.
o( me wanu ui jtvj'i., ....... -
The speech of His JIajesty was applauded
with a warnuu seuiom siiown in tne sig
nified quiet of a Masonic Lodge.
The following were the presiding Officers
of the Lodge:
"Wor. Bro. John A. Moselv ... .-
Bro. yVm. rnnlv.;test examination,
Bro"a full period of sevente"-?
ommon lfje.sV?rr. S. W.
. quair'Dr. Ph. B. C. Ay res J. W.
I liro. The Rev. C. G. Booth Chaplain
isro. i iios. j. nose , . . l reasurer.
Bro. Paul Jordan Secretary.
Bro. J. L. de S. Alves S. I. Actg.
Bro. Erich George J. IX
Bro. Dr. B. M. Blennerhassett D. C.
Bro. A. N. E. Judah Steward.
Bro. John S. Brewer Act. Org't.
Bro. F. C. Dittmer Act. I. G.
Bro. J. II. Grimble Tyler.
The following Past Master supported the
Presiding W. M. on the Dais: W. M.
Deane; II. G. James; E. C. Bay; J. T. Chat
er; II. L. Dennys; lion. M. S. Tonnochy;
L. Mallory; Dr. Win. Young; D. N. Sak
latwala; Dr. W. Stanley Adams; Charles
M. Jessop; W. II. Akdiscott; C. W. Duggan:
MKT A I.I. If
All slzf s of Horsehair and other Mat trusses.
Washing Mafhines, Mangles, Wringing Machines,
STABLE AND GARDEN TOOLS A I.AKUK
Hall Talle Bronzed Iron Hat and Coat Stands,
liardeu tables aud VERAXDAIl (IIAIUS fiow a
CllKA I PWABUS.
MA UK TOORDKK.
AND Of TUK
i - -
AT LOW RATES
U I hoU myself penonally responsible for ALL COdDS eotrutlrj 10 my cre, od iwt alt mf patroD of prf
fcurity of their goods. i t(
DRV GOODS, FANCY GOODS, CLOTESIHG
CENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
ALL DIRECT FROM NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA AND EUROPE.
Popular Prices and Square Dealing t
I iavite the public to examine my Magnlfleent Stack of Enropeaa and Amerlran Dry C94t
which ia without question the
Largest and Best Selected Stock in the City of Honolulu
My Prices for perfectly 1'UESII, NEW FABRICS are positively kwer than art charge J by other
Houses for )LI, SH0PW0RX, SOILED tiOODS, under the guise of SELLIMi Oil I
Don't be Deceived, Come and Examine for Yourself I
EXAMINE MY BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
Dry Goods, Underwear, Hosiery, Fancy Goods
TRIMMINGS, CLOTHINC & CENTS' FURNISHING COODS.
ETA New Line of GENTS' CLOTHING at GREAT BARGAINS
Saddles aud Bridles of English make.
WHITE FOR LISTS, "a
F. LASSETTER-& Co., (limited),
Ap. 16, Gin.
, t'KK. .
I iuvite a careful inspection of my Goods auJ Prices. AO TRUl BI.E TO SUOW COODS.
OrJers from the country carefully executed
ciias. j. nsin:i
Cnlilomiiax One Price Bazar,
J.4 80 142
CORNER OK FORT AND HOriCI STBKCtt.'
The Latest Edition !
Justice, since tbe
e, he is now ouclml
The following Brethren,
visitors were present:
Bros: Lt-Colonel A. D. Geildes; Dr. R.
Hungerford; Hon. P. Ityrie; Lt. Wui. Win
drum; Lt. J. Lt. Armitage; James Brewster;
W. II. R. JIossop; J. 8. Moses; J. Jamesjee;
P. A. da Costa; Alf. Wool ley; Hugh Mc
Callum; A. S. Cohen; Francis A. Hazeland;
F. Grobien; A. F. dos Remedios; II. E.
Sassoon; II. Mutchitt; Henry Axworthj';
John AUington; Rich. Bulley; Arathoon
Seth; Robt. tinaith; Jas. Armstrong; John
Phillips; S. A. Nathan; S. E. Ezra; D.
Spencer Fox; D. M. Taylor; A. Hazlett; E.
Beart; Dr. J. Murray; John Ogston; T.
Hetberington: Thomas Grey; H. Davison;
A. Younsr: W. H. Ray: H. A. Jerome; Wni.
Schmidt; S. Combeu; J. H. Windrum; J.
lieattie; (J. J. Laurie; U. Partington; T.
Warren; It. Dipple; J. Cleaver; C. Wnssen-
ius; A. Balfour; C. J. Baker; V. Watts; U.
Bayne; 1 Kirchmann; J. Christie; D. S.
Heaysmau; J. W. Croker, and J. R. White.
The following CooJa which will Le soM it,
Bales Best Califorrhot to .'lUo'' "
Bags1-. ..- . T "i ttic? f
.oiructionn J tlvlt!)
Health, After thn Hay,
tbees tag, Coal,
Califoruia Hard Red Bricks,
Barrels Fresh California l.ime,
White Bros.' Best English Portland Cemt-nt,
Manila Ropes, Blankets, I'ea Jackets,
Cases Salmon, 1 and 2 lb. tins;
Cases Oysters, 1 and 8 lb. tins;
Ales, Wines and Liquors ;
Cases MartelPs Brandy,
Cases Bontelieau 4-diamnnd Brandy,
Casks Bontelleau & liennessy Brandy,
Viffi Cutter No. 1 and O K Whisky,
Cases O F C K F Whisky,
Cases Dufl Gordon Sherry,
Cases Best Knglish Bort Wine,
Cases Best California Port Wine,
Cases Claret, best brands;
Cases Old Maderia and other Wines,
Cases Best Knglish Ale, qts and ptg;
Cases Best English Porter, jls and (its;
Cases 6t. Louis Beer, qts and pts;
Cases Bora Beer, qts and pts.
All the Well-known Brands
to' -which be lia'
appears to me t'
aft ec tin j A
The Greatest Bargains of the Season !
104 Fort Street, Brewer's Block,
BEST ENGLISH ALES &. PORTER
COSTlTLY rkpt iy stock.
All the above mentioned Goods will be sold on the
Most Reasonable Terms
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.
par Greater inducements than ever before known on these Itjlandu, will be given at mj SEW
HE, in order to relieve my Stock previous to taking Inventory of Stock.
OFFERED THIS "W EEK !
TO EFFECT A
POSITIVE CLEARANCE B THIRTY OAVS
BARGAINS IN SILKS. BARGAINS IN SATINS, BARUAINS IS t'CLyCTS
BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS, BARGAINS IN HOSIERY, B AROJINS IN I AC EH
BARGAINS IN LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, BARGAINS IN RIBBONS
BARGAINS IN GENTS' and BOY'S WHITE and COLORED SHIRTS '
BARGAINS IN GENTS' and BOY'S WHITE and COLORED STRAW HATS
BARGAINS IN HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
BARGAINS IN BLEACHED and BROWN MUSLINS
TABLE LINENS, CRASH. CANTON FLANNELS, WHITE COLORED FLANNELS, DRILLING), CHCTONt
V T A
a. Large Stock of TTYiiicy JVrticloa.
FKOM ItMUUK PRICES WHICH A DM IT O IV XO Co Vf PKTITIO.V.
CHOICE CALIFOBiA STOCK
p. S. Fimos anJ Ordain TuneJ
and CS Fort Street.
GEO. X?" . W ELLS.
Lv a First-class Workman. Leave your Orders at WeJIs' Music Store, Noa, 66
No. 71, Nuuanu Street, opposite McLean Bros.
1T Haa now open for public inspection a large stock of first
first and Choice liooJs, comprising :
Dry dc Fancy Goods
fceitlemen or Chtldrea's Ise, EaglUb, FreDtb and
Chinese Silks r all Colors, Colored Satins.
Ladies' and Gentlemens' I nderwrar.
FOR SALE TO ARRIVE,
SUPERIOR DURHAM COWS
12 Well-Bred Fresh Calved Milk Cows,
NOW ON HAND AT THE KALIHI RANCH.
Tho5e include Remnants of Dress Goods in all Orade
AH Goods Reduced 25 Per Cent. Below Former Prices I
. my21 .. ' Al A' M' MKLI.IV. Q4 Fort Btrm, Brw. Bloct, Hant,M,. ,
For the Island of Oahu. '
Marine Protests Noted & Extended, and Survey Papers Drawn
AGENT to take ACKNOWLEDGMENTS to LABOR CONTRACTS
For the District of Kona, Oahu.
REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
Deeds, Mortgages, Leases, Willa and other legal docu
menta drawn at hortet notice, cud at
A splendid line of Bock and Stockings, Silk, W"Olleoo, Cot
ton in all colors. Best Balbriggans for Ladies, Children aud
Ribbons, Gloves, Jewelry, Uats, Caps, Boots & Shoes.
XT first Class Hood at extremely low prices. Slock con
tinually being added to by every Steamer.
3r-ro mo a Call.
TiiiiiTi hem rmmioi JULES.
IMPORTER and JOBBER
STIFLE and FAXCY GOODS, CLOTHING, COOTS,
At Great Eastern Store, 62 Fort Street,
IITIIOBIZED GOVERXMEXT SIIIPPIXG 1GE.XT
Laborers for Plantations, Railroads,
Ranches, and for Work of all kinds.
And House Servants always on hand-
OFFICE N. 39 KING ST R E ET, three doors
from Station Hoae. ALSO At No. 37 Maunaka Street
Real Estate and property of ererjr deHeription on any of the I8land- hn.,i . m
negotiated, and intending bujer. and ,eer9 will do' well to intfut their Jintl ' " ,
Records Searched for Titles of all Lands Bouqht or Sold
L.ianii9 lor lAOor Contracts and other bueine
constantly on hand and for sale.
OFFICE No. 1 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu
of the latcfit and moat improted foruo,
KESir)Krpv. in ir. ... .
Business attend! ... o 7. ..V 411 n,nS lre.
v muci uwee or itceidpnoo
R. LOVE & BROTHER, Proprietors,
' ' fene.rally are iti formed ,nM I t'T7 Z2S S
mg arranaementa siih . ,"" cceaa Is
PILOT, ME01UM AND XAVV BKEA l. pa""d to ,uPP'y TKANM.ATIO.Na f,om or to VhiVT.H Pr
always on hnd and made to otder. ' f 8U"'-. or eiiher of ibe lollowing l.nguaJA' ,Coll Ian-
Alio, Water, Soda and Butttr Crackers,
JKNNY LIND CAKES, ke.
SHIP BREAD REBAKKD on the shortest notice
FAMILY BREAD, made of the Beat Flour, baked daily and i
always on band.
llw.iiON. I rr.., Crrm... ,.,...
I.k. Horlasaiear, Cliiei.
Iwayi on band. ' I "ru-rr aiteodrd to with prt.mutnaa. . .
... anv,rt, onm.Muut- . B1T5T QUALITY with neat ne.s ,n4 d::n.ri. rVI V?'iua
jan 1 81
my2llai v t e- . D wtiiva,