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3VT zs: EOK.ART,
WATCHMAKER, JEWELER, ENGRAVER
Commercial SUbcrtiscr. ; i
F. LASSETTER& CO.,
Fine Pianos and Elegant Furni
JUST RECEIVED AT WELLS' MUSIC STORE.
Itfos. 66 and 68 Xoit Street, Honolulu, H. I.
'XD Owing to the "real .rrrssion in Imsiness on the Coat anil in Eastern Cities and
consequent hard times, Goods can now !r bought lor CASH LOWER THEN EVER
BEFORE. Having just returned from the centres of business, .and I have taken
advantage of all opportunities in the wav of bargains offered by buying for SPOT CASH a
large Stock of Goods, which I WILL SELL FOR CASH Cheaper than goods have ever
been offered heretofore.
Having purchased these Goods at extraordinary low figures, we give our Customers
the benefit as will bo seen by the following prices :
FINE CHAMBER SETS, complete, (Imitation Walnut) $ 44,00
Tlicse Suif s axrc the s.smc Itiml :ni! qualify lliose sold for $SO,
only Two Vcars :io.
SOLID WALNUT SUITS, full Marble-top, (formerly sold at $12i). - - - - 100,00
SOLTD WALNUT SUITS, full Marblo-top, (formerly sold at 8150) - - - - 125,00
Other Suits at different Prices with corres
OUR STOCK. OF FURNITURE COMPRISING
Ik Full Ifline of First-Class Goods,
FRESH FROM THE FACTORIES, INCLUDES
Fancy Parlor Chairs, Upholstered Piano Stools, Bouquet Tables,
Walnut Extension Tables, (fall leaf); Marblo-top Centre Tables, What-nots &, Side Stands,
Parlor Suits, upholstered in raw silk, hair cloth &,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).
SOEflETSaiDJrS' J&TESW and. BJQlTESEa !
THE ELEGANT PATENT SOFA ISI?3, jusl out. Call & Examine.
Pianos Organs and musical IUcrcIiandi.se of every Description.
Alarm Cash Tills, Clocks, Jewelry, &c., A:c, &c., &c.
SOLE AGOSISTX FOR THE
Popular imerican Sewing Mlacliine !
CHROMOS New Subjects, New Frames, New Prices
PANELS In over one hundred different Styles and Sizes, and at greatly reduced prices.
PICTURE FRAMES Of every kind and description made to order.
CABINET RUSTIC PICTURE FRAMES Prices grcatly'reduced, S2.50 per Dozen, 4 for SI.
Also, a Large Variety of BRACKETS, EASELS, MUSIC RACKS, WALL POCKETS, Etc., Etc.
EST Orders from the other Islands filled with dispatch. .
Thanking the Public for their very generous patronage in t!ie rnst, I hope by close attention to business and a careful consideration
.r .1 - .r v. vwnnta - morit n rnntiminnce of the same.
O i me nuuu ui mc , i ........
P S Pianos and Organs Tuned and
and 63 Fort Street.
H. W. SEVERANCE,
HAWAIIAN COXSCL AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT, 314 CaUforni Street, Ban Francisco,
Calitorti. ZT Room No. 4
, wco.r. corns), hhut fowh.
GEORGE F. COFFIN & CO.,
snippixc asd connissio:i merchants,
No. 13 PiM Street, Union Bkck,
P4RTlCrLAR ATTENTION' GIVEN TO
ttlhof Hawaiian order, nd satislacticn guaranty.
JOHN HARVEY & CO.,
M MISSION MERCHANTS - W OOL
Refcranca Back of Montreal.
jj Cash ailTaneea on Cooignartit j
A. p. EVERETT. !
Forwarding & Commlsion Merchant
40Z FRONT STREET, CORNER CLAT
FarUcular attention paid to Cooaif omenta of Island Prodaea J
W. H. CROSSMAN & BR0.,
Hltlpplnic mid Com hiIhhIoii
IIS CkaaWn Street. NEW YORK.
Reference eaKl A Cooka and J. T. Waterhou.
The Great Popular Monthly,
THE CALirORN'IAN 1 the beat and "-t ,j.o'r
loa'taty CTr published oo the Pacific Coaat. it the
sir taacaain eat of tt Miaaiaaippi ValWy, and la fu l '
of t ior Crrat Weat, Its Urge ami ,
kaaaoatfly printed paa ate Blled with laWmUrg ami
vataaM eootribatioaa from the pen at man ul ibe aUr-i :
ralij and highly reeoBunended by the l-l ai.d latn
Pro. It i the rlaiof naataalneof the day, and it crU
leelncrwUheachlae. Te-rly S-f-e rlh- ;
(! Im Aataate, 4..00. Magic .''"';
Xttlrty.Av Ceaita. ocSO ly
L. P. FISHER,
. . . w r- cv-f 9i MrniiiT.' '
A" Nui; Baa FrancSco, California, i. autnor,.l I
I7.-, 5 Cjll a-kl ill "lWeiti.
T- J, i" I 15 C E IL ' 13
TT1TTTa u A UT?U
X Y"V Ol AJi
Boots 2 O and 21, Merchant' Exchange.
Calitornia etreet, San Francidco,
IV V. B.-ldTerthlig Solicited for all
pfrs Pkllhei the PlneCoast,theS adnirh
Cast are keptCtasUatlj Hand, and all advfr-
tlrs ar. all.wed Free ee ' '
. . ;
TISEK li kept Ble at We umee 0I I- 1 . MMILK.
MELBOUENE CUP CONSULTATION.
. . o a AVE iN.rvn I'irif
10,000 SrBSCBIBERS AT OJE PIJU l.llli. ;
Fiairr Ho. f3,iNo,"T1T . V.-t n.ia
flacos tloasa 41 000 1 i'i'Z h rL
Taiao Uoasa XiOO, raizmor 100 each.
Oraaa rTBa Paizaa or 50 acb. ...3oO ,
Thia la my fifth Cooaultation ince October laat. anJ U the :
iniat opportunUy eer brought before the Public to the Aus-
ThVli extra Prixe. eona-ting of S PrUea of 1.0 each.
a 'naea at 40 each, and J10 Prixea of 10 each, brirg the
. " " Lki d r rkHrr .hoold be (orwarded and Etaaips -
tDCloied lor reply anJ reroU. '
1 TitrnnnKP BROWN.
Kepaircd by a First-class V. orkroan. Leave
Beale and Howard Streets, j
HAN KANC !.-( , C Al.M i II MA
Y. II. TAUK. ... Prfsldeut,
JOS. JIOOl'.i:, ... Superintendent,
I STKAM MACHINERY,
I iv ai.i. i r pi: riir.-i '
IN ALL IT.-! l:KANC'Ht:r.
Sf c:imIo:if ,
:illis1lil9 BjSIIltl !
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Prepare or (oinpocud.
sfK A .M VKSSEI.S of all kin.l. I ujIi c.,iii-Wi wi'U
llulU of W cj-I, Iron .r l.m, f.
0l,)Nny K. N I KS r. u,,. un.l. 1 n r.lv. .l.M.
. ,m,t.,,..i. pp,.-1, .,.,i,n ,n,l .Ir.m ..I a at. r J r in-
r m(iis a) srJAK MAKIN
A f II I N Kll V m.l-aft. r tKe mr.si a r -v.-l l.n.
AIj. all B- il r Iron Work c.nnctc.l ttj rrn-iih. j
WATKR I'lrK.t-f i:..i:.-r -r Shct Ir. n. ..f mv Jii', !
na le in uitallr lenciln ( r c-i:i.erting t- tl.-r. .r Mii
KollrJ. Punchr.1. an.l r.vk-d I r Mni.m. nt. r.-. .) to l
r.rt- l on the Eroun.l. I
y ( L'l.lC KIVKTINC. V .1. r W,.,k ....1
tr Tit maJe by this K-taMnl.m-nl. liivl M by Hy-
-Iraul.c Kiretin Machinery. t!,.it i,ujlity f w..rk I- ;r?
fcr upnor to bid work.
M WORK, thip anl SttMUl C3Ui.. i.m Wi:ub-
r., Jiiriniivircmauns i uni-, ui.i'nr an- .
I I'M I'S. Vitrei Actinif Pun.pi. f.r Irri-ili .n .r City W
t. r Wirk" pori"i'fS. bu.ll with th .'c:. l.r.i.- l M.ivy Valve
Motion. ap.-rir M &ny i.thor puinp. i!27 'J-1y
AGKNTS fur Worthitijon Dupl-x ffim Puuii.
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1111 1" JCl Ol L
Trade Journal & Exporter,
Produce s Eeview and Genera,
r: -v l-?-m2A3 rijr;v filVv-vssie .
Winn. Er.n,li...rn,rvc.l ProrL- oni. riim-T (Ji.n.
,lUinery. Vtcm Materials, tilaiN Porcelain,
Plated Ware. V atct.es. flock".
Real anJ Imitation Jewelry, l;.v.ts ami Sit.?.
rerfumery. Photographic an 1 Printins MaUri
Toy oleographs, scientific anJ Musical Instr
.run. Chemicals. Phanuaccutiral I'rfp.iratior.!,
Stationery, Swetti. Silk. Varni!.cs, Paint,
P,pr n,n?ir,8,, t,c., Ktr.
a t'.mf.t nf lrru!nr. M.irkrt Keiw.rt. Notifc
Itwlustrial NoveUie, Tra.!- Int. ,!ic.-nco. l.tc. (
Annual Subscription-is f-r Postal Vniun, ami C. f.,r otVr .
Money ordcrl plvat,!e , OEOKGF. WATKR; on Paris or
1in(loo or ,j,e equivalent in ary 1 al currency or p.j.fr-e
"Umr" N- Ul) LETTEKS KKKl SKU.
Tnf. rREXcn TRADE JOURNAL 4 KXP.RTER
CCV 1. nue ue naorv,, ....... , ,
Uor at Law a..J General Land Agnl and Collector,
will practice in ail Coarts of the aereral l'.nU in tlie Kir.jr-
,,0, cr A Bi...u'-. yueen S-ircet, llono
your Orders at Wells' Music Store, Nos . 66
I Writer, Collector, Copyist
j General Business -Argent
I No. 7 4 Kin; St., (opposite Bethel Si.,) Honolulu.
Rents and Bills Collected,
Houses, Lands&Rooms Rented.
1!kks Kept by the Week, Month or Quarter,
at reasonable rates.
Quarterly Bills made out, delivered and col
lected. Constitutions, By-Laws, Reports, ic, Ac, of
Committees, Survey", Ac., drawn up with
accuracy and uspatcb.
A u vi-rvtia ivn f'upvKT Wmi Hone for Invalid
! or other persona requiring iuch services,
j fjT Constant attention to the interests of
patrons, and biisinebd secrets preserved in-
Tr;KMSRElsoABLE p1TB0i;e solicited.
HIGGIfiS & JESSETT,
NOS. 50 & 52 KING STREET,
rui l.ll INFORM TIIKIR I'ATROXS
an.l the (tnrral public, that they bare formed a Co-
nrtu. - n.Uip for the ,,urpoe of carry.ng on th l.a.,ne.. ol
A n.l have eogageJ the aenrices of
FROM SAX FRANCISCO:
Mltoarr Tlioroo:hly Icqaalnted with all Ibe
-a- niUTing ana
We are Prepared to Furnish
i EXCELLENT WO UK
I tfaSOnUOlC 1'l'lCeS,
AM) IT WILL FA V TO
CxX IE Xj S -A OLXjXj.
Qal 81 ly)j
WILLIAMS, DIM0ND & CO.,
N. 2 I S California Street,
li.t.Ji 81 SAN FRANCIfiCO.
Chinese Secret Societies.
To what eitent the secret orgauitatians among
Chinamen, which Lave been the terror of those
British settlements in the East which have lare
Chinese populations, may have been developed
here we are without information, official or
private. It is, however, impossible to recnl the
history of such places or to read of what, from
time to time, occurs in them, without feelinr
lomi apprehension as to the future of this city
should the influx of Chinese go on unchecked for
aDj length of time. What strong governments
like those in the British Crown Colonies find so
difficult to regulate, our weak and unprepared
government would be utterly incapable uf repress
ing. In the last report of the 44 Protector of
Chinese" at Singapore, we read that though
there were no eeiious disturbances ani 'tig the
Chinese there last year : the con
tinual vigilance of the Registrars of the Danger
ous Societies and the police has, however, been
Deeded to prevent from growing into open riots
the innumerable petty disputes arising from th;
disintregatiou of the lloeys and the increasing
desire of a few large Says or Clans to Krm
themselves into organizations for effeu-e and
The London and China Kifins.i in its com
ments on the report just Rioted from, mnkdet
some remarks which may, we think, be read
with profit here. Hitherto it can hardly be said
that except in respect to their use of opium we
have made any attempt to " govern" the Chinese
who are here. The great majority of them have,
up to the present time, been very peaceable and
well-behaved, and in the records of crime they
do not make any prominent figure (in proportion
to their numbers) when compared with llawaii
ans or other foreigners. They have been ex
tremely prosperous, and prosperous people are
not usually turbulent. When they find things
here le68 rosy, when their numbers render sharp
competition for available good things necessary,
they may not be any better behaved here than
else v here. Meanwhile we have no oQlcials who
know-anything ajxuit tlieiu, their language, or
their ways, and we are not even talking of send
ing for any, or of training suitable men on the
spot. The proposal made in the subjoined
quotation from the journal just referred to, is one
very suitable to our own case. It lias lor some
time past seemed to us that an arrangement of
the character indicated wan needed here. Al
though the Chinese as a mass are peaceable,
there are few who have had them us servants
who have not personal experience to relate of
insubordination, insolence and desertion of ser
vice. Most people find it better to " grin and
bear" such treatment, than to undertake the
troublesome task of seeking juetice ; but if there
were any organization by which the offenders
could be promptly dealt with, there would be
With regard to the question of clan organi
sations, it is a subject on which different opinions
are entertained. That they are more dangerous
than the Hoeys is a firm belief of the Singapore
officials, whase experiences of Iloikien and Tie
Chew rows are greater than in Secret Society
riots. On the other hand, Penang ofllciaU
would In all probability express an opposite
belief, for tlieir experiences are the reverse. The
shame which prevents respectable Chinese from
mixing in Secret Society quarrels does not exist
with reference to the clans. Were the clan
organisations universal amongst the Chinese in
the Straits Settlements there wonld be found
respectable and influential Chinese willing to
accept offices under the Government, and who
could be mnde responsible for the peace of their
district. These Captain Chinamen, or whatever
name was given them, would find it to their
interest to preserve order, and in the event of a
quarrel between the members of opposite clans,
a meeting of the headsmen would, with the
assistance of Mr. Pickering, the Chinese Protec
tor, and his staff, soon settle the dispute. The
difficulty in dealing with the Iloeys is due to the
very fact that men of no influence or reputation
occupy the position of headmen of the Secret
Societies, and this is mcontestably proved in the
case of Choah Moh Chun, who is acknowleged,
even by Mr. Pickering, to have been of great use
in keeping peace, not ouly amongst the members
of his own Hoey, but also between the other
societies and the clans. We cannot help think
ing, if the matter is carefully studied, that the
authorities must come to the conclusion that it is
necessary, as well as the best plan, to have a
system of Captain Chinese. If this plan is
adopted it would not only assist in keeping
order, but would also act beneficially in the
cases of immigrants who would be divided
amongst the depots of their various clans.'
Wbat word way be proi.o- i.eeil rjalekor, y
adding a ejllable to it? Quick.
What ia a very old lady, plunging about in the
middle of the harbor, like? Like to bo drowned.
Joe Aesp ehot himself, because a girl declined
him with thanks. This is the first ass, we have
heard of, that spelled himself with a p.
It is reported that General Tecumseh Sherman
manifests, as he advanced in life, an increased
disposition to kiss all the young and pretty girls
he meets. As men grow older, they grow wiser.
It was at a temperance meeting. The speaker
increased in eloquence and uoi.se, and as he cried
" Yes my friends, we'll lift our temperance ves
sel out of the mire and mud, on to hard dry
ground, and then sail beautifully along."
pretty girl " out Weet " told her beau that
she was a mind-reader. '' You don't say so ?'' he
exclaimed- Can yon read what's in ny mind ?"
' Yes," said she: "You have it in mind to ask
me to be your wile, but you're just a little seared
at the idea." The wedJing-eards are out.
A small boy could not shut the jack-knife
which was given to him t9 play with, and put it in
his pocket. It cut him. His mother, when he
took off his clotScs saw the cut and asked him
if be was not afraid he would bleed to death.
No," said be, "I drank some water, and it
did not leak, so I was all right."
Let the patriotic American take courage. Con
gress is not the most undignified legislative body
in the world. Language not perlectly elegant
occasionally finds expression even in the Uritisli i
house of Commons. Sir William Vernon liar- j
court, 1 Miking at Lord Randolph Churchill ono i
day, left impelled from some unknown reason, to i
exclaim : You little ass !" With a courtesy a i
little less exquisite but quite natural, Lord Kan-
dolpb replied, " You damned fool." !
Princess Louise is described by Mrs. Frechette j
in Harper as a model housekeeper. The daughter J
of the Queen does not think it beneath her dignity j
to go into the laundry and instruct the maids j
concerning their duties, or to give an occasional .
eje to the marketing when it is brought m. A ;
friend of Mrs. Frechette was lately dining at
Ridcau llall, and during the dinner she remnrked j
upon the excellence of the oyster pates to one of !
the ladies in waiting to the Princess. " Yes,"
she replied, ' they were made by her Koyal j
Highness." " j
A store-keeper having raid eoiue fruitless ,
visits to ono of his customers, called a few days :
ago for an installment of his debt, liut the ;
customer, expecting him, told her ecn, a lad of j
five years, to say she was "in the toon." Ac
cordingly, when the man called, and asked, j
Where is your mother to-day?" the boy ;
promptly replied, "In the toon." "What toon?" i
asked the merchant. The boy having no futher 1
iustructions from bid mother, went to the next j
room, and shouted, "Mitber, what toon arc ye at? '
he wants to ken." !
An Aitecting Scene. Here is an affecting i
scene on an American ferry crossing a rough river. ;
Oh, Henry this in terrible." " Yes it is." he ,
responded, "but lean on me. and I will protect ;
you." Do you think it will be as rough as
this all the way across?" "I do," responded I
Henry. " Then I fancy I shall indeed have to j
lean on you," returned the lady. " For life." ;
whispered Henry, turning pale at the thonght of ;
a refusal. I I don't know. The water is !
aw ful rough. 1 fancy yes you'd better j
ask papa." . '
To direct the Attention of the
Inhabitants of the
THE FOLLOWING FACTS:
TfcebQs-ne. of F. LJSSETTER It Co.. (I.'mitel)
i to Import anJ hTe on Sale erery description of
AnJ their Depot in Sydney contain the largest assortment of
v hk h cat as roiiD in thi
iHy T.isf and ( 'atalocues sent pott free "I
The facilities afforJed by the steamer, of the Australian and
New Zealaml Mail Steamship Co., enable purchaser in
THK SANDWICH ISLANDS
to obtain good in
Large or small quantities every month.
LIST OK SOME OF THK DEPARTMENTS.
Lalvanied Corraatfd Roofing Iren, In toa cas,
FfDrluR Hire, all sizes, Id rolls,
Paints, Oils, Colors, and Paint Brashes,
Bar Iron and Blacksmith's TmIs,
HhcflM right's and Carpenter's Edge TeU,
alls, Leeks, and Bonder's Flrtlags.
Shut Cans, Breech Loaders, Rifles of all sorts,
Revolvers, Repeating weapons, tc, tc.
Aoiuionltion and Cartridges for all sorts of
Blasting Powder, Dynamite, and Mining
Explosives of all kinds.
AS FOLLOWS !
Pious, Harrows, Cultivators, Chaff Cotters,
MoHlng Machines (for I.ann or Grain),
Threshing Machines, 4c, ie., He.
KVERVTIIIXCJ WANTED IK HOTELS OR
PRIVATE RESIDENCES WILL BE
FOli.VD IX OCR WAREHOUSE.
Cooking Stoves, Cooking Utensils, Knives, Forks
and Spoons, Dining Room Plated Ware,
Earthenware Dinner Services,
China Tea and Coffee Sets,
LI ass Tumblers, Wine Glasses, and Decanters.
Drawing Room Stoves and Ornaments,
MKTAI.I.M- BEDSTEADS IN GREAT
All size of Horsehair and other Mattrasses.
Palliasses, Pillows. Ac.
Washing Machines, Mangles, Wringing Mathlnes,
STABLE AND GARDEN TOOLS A LARGE
llall Tables, Bronzed Iron Hat and Coat Stands,
Garden tables and VERANDAH CHAIRS from a
Gn.El I PWARDS.
Saddles and Bridles of English make.
8" WRITE FOR LISTS.
F. LASSETTER& Co., (limited),
A p. 16, Cm.
The following Gooda which will be sold at
bottom: prices i
Bale Best California Hay,
California Hard Red Bricks,
Barrels Fresh California Lime,
White Bros.' Best English Portland Cement,
Manila Ropes, Blankets, Pea Jackets,
Cases Salmon, 1 and 2 lb. tins;
Cases Oysters, 1 and 2 lb. tins;
Ales, Wines and Liquors ;
Cases " Brandy,
Cases Martell Brandy.
'Cases Bontelleau 4-diamond Brandy,
Casks Bontelleaa A Ilenne.iy Brandy,
Cases Cutter No. 1 and O K Whisky,
Cases O F C K F Whisky,
Cases Dull Gordon Sherry,
Cases Best English Port Wine,
Caes Best California Port Wiue,
Cases Claret, best brands;
Cases Old Maderia and other Wines,
Cases Best English Ale, qla and pis;
Cases Best English Porter, qts and ptt;
Cases St. Lnui Beer, qts and pis;
Cases Boca Beer, qls and pta.
All the Well-known Brands
BEST ENGLISH ALES & PORTER
CONSTANTLY KEPT IX STOCK.
All the above mentioned Good will be sold on the
Most Reasonable Terms
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.
) 4 6m
CHOICE CALIFORNIA STOCK
FOR SALE TO ARRIVE,
SUPERIOR DURHAM COWS
12 Well-Bred Fresh Calved Milk Cows,
NOW ON HAND AT THEKALIHI RANCH.
a a A 18 O a a
TIIIIIT1 HEM PLAMATIOX MULES.
AITIIORIZRD GOVERNMENT SHIPPING AGENT
Laborers for Plantations, Railroads,
Ranches, and for Work of all kinds.
And Honse Servants always on hand-
OFFICE X. 39 KINO STREET, three doors
from Station Houce. A L.SO At No. 37 Maaoakra Street
D I -A. Ml O 1ST 3D SETTEE,
NO. 6 KAAHUMANU STREET.
MADE TO ORDER.
AND OF TDK
tzr I hold myself personally responsible for ALL GOSDB
ecurity of their goods.
DRV GOODS, FANCY GOODS, CLOTHING,
CENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
ALL DIRECT FROM NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA AND EUROPE.
Popular Prices and Square Dealing !
I invite the public to examine ray Magnifier it Stark f European aod American Dry Ceetls,
which ia without question the
Largest and Best Selected Stock in the City of Honolulu
blj Prices for perfectly FRESH, NEW FABRICS are positively lower than are charged Ly other
Houses for OLD, SUOPWORN, SOILED GOODS, under iLe guise of SEI.LI.Vti OFF I
Don't be Deceived, Come and Examine Tor Yourself I
EXAMINE MY BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
Dry Goods, Underwear, Hosiery, Fancy Goods
TRIMMINGS, CLOTHING & CENTS' FURNISHING COODS.
oA New Line of GENTS' CLOTHING at GREAT BARGAINS
I invite a oareful inspection of my Gooda and Prices. ISO TROl'BLE TO SI10W GOODS.
Ordera from the country caretully executed.
CIIAS. JT. FISIIEI,,
Oiilifoi'iiict One Price Baar,
dec 80 142
The Latest Edition !
The Greatest Bargains of the Season !
At A.. M. M ELLIS',
104 Port Street, Brewer's Block,
pr- Greater inducements than ever before known on tlieee Islands, will be given at inj NEW
STORE, in order to relieve my Stock previous to taking Inventory of Stock.
OFFEEED THIS WEEK!
POSITIVE CLEARANCE I THIRTY DAYS
BARGAINS lit SILKS, BARQAINS IN SATINS, BARGAINS IN I'CWETS
BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS, BARGAINS IN HOSIERY, BARGAINS IN LACES,
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 FURNISHINO GOODS,
BARGAINS IN BLEACHED and BROWN MUSLINS,
TABLE LINENS, CRASH. CANTON FLANNELS, WHITE r COLORED FLAN HEM, DRILLINQS, CRtTONI
And a Large Stock of Fancy Articles.
AT V GH1E AT SACRIFICE!
FROM REGULAR PRICES WHICH ADMIT OF Ml COMPETITION.
These include Remnants of Dress Goods in all Grades.
AH Goods Reduced 25 Per Cent. Below Former Prices I
my21 Al 4. M. MRLL1V. I O-l Fort 8lroel, Brewer's Block, rjooolalu, H. I.
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, Leaeea, Willa and other legal document drawn at aliortett notica.'sUid at
Real Estate and property 0r every description on any of tlio Islands, bought, sold, and
negotiated, and intending buyers and sellers will do well to intruet their buioee to my care.
Records Searched for Titles of all Lands Bought or Sold.
Blanks for Labor Contracts and other business, of the latest and mt improved forms
constantly on band and for sale. '
OFFICE No. 1 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu. RESIDENCE No. Ill King Street.
Business attended to at either Office or Residence. my 21 3m
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY !
R. LOVE & BROTHER, Proprietors,
PILOT, MEDIUM AND NAVV BREAD,
always on band and made to order.
Also. Wafer, iktda and Butttr Oracktrn,
JENNY LIND CAKES. Ac.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED on the shortest notice
FAMILY BREAD, made of the Bent Floor, baked daily and
always oa band.
N. AT. BROWN BREAD OF THE BEST QUALITY
jan 1 SI
RLPAI KSO ar
AT L0V7 RATES
Prmpllj Alte4 !
entrusted to my rare, and assure all say palroaa Ql perfea
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CORNER OP FORT A N l IIOTKI. STRKICTS. '
H. M. MOORE,
(Formerly in employ of Caslle A Cooke,)
AND DEALER IN
STATIONERY, CIGARS. TOBACCO, VC.
123 FORT STREET.
the records of the CClffiCil.