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Fine Pianos and Elegant Furniture
JUST RECEIVED AT WELLS' MUSIC STORE.
Nos. G6 and 68 Fort Street, Honolulu, H I.
:X& Owini to the great kpn.ion in business on the Coast and in Eastern Cities and
consequent 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 uav 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.
RISZIUETIIflS ROUES !
Having purchased these Goods at extraordinary low figures, we give our Customers
the benefit as will be seen by the following prices :
FINE CHAMBER SETS, complete, (Imitation Walnut) $ 44,00
These Suit lire the s:mckind and finality as those sold for $SO,
only Two Years ago.
SOLID WALNUT SUITS, full Marble-top, (formerly sold at $125) ... - 100,00
SOLID WALNUT SUITS, full Marblo-top. (formerly sold at $150) ... - 125,00
Other Suits at different Prices with corres
OUR STOCK OF FURNITURE COMPRISING
IL Full 3Line of First-Class Goods,'
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 &spun silk; Lounges, upholstered same styles,
Library, Office and Dining Room Chairs, Spring Mattresses, Wire Matresses,
TTnlr Mmtrn Cnt Tail Mattresses and Feather Pillows;
Upholstered Folding Chairs and
SOiyiESTlBEinrG ETESW and
TIIK ELEGAM1 IMTEXT SOFA BED, just out. Call & Examine.
Pianos, Organs and Ulnsienl merchandise of every Inscription.
Alarm Cash Tills, Clocks, Jewelry, &c, &c, &c, &e.
SOI.E FOR THE
Popular ilmerican Sewing ESachine !
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 greatly reduced. 82.50 per Dozen, 4 for SI.
Also, a Large Variety of BRACKETS, EASELS, MUSIC RACKS, WALL POCKETS, Etc., Etc.
Sf Orders from the other Islands filled with dispatch.
Thanking the Public for their very generous patronnge in the past, I hope by close attention to business and a careful consideration
of the wants of the people, to merit a continuance of the same. X X J
P S Pianos and Organs Tuned and Repaired by a First-class Y orkman. Leave your Orders at Wells' Music Store, Nos . 6G
and 6S Fort Street. - my21 1
H. W. SEVEKANCE,
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f f jfltRCHANr, 316 California Streel, So rram-.se.
California- XT no-
co. r. corn".
GEORGE F. COFFIN & CO.,
SUIPP1SG ISO COMMISSION MERCIIIYTS.
No. 13 Piae Street, Cnion Block.
PARTICf'IiAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO
auin( Uasrauao orders, and satislacti. a guarint".!.
JOHir HARVEY & CO..
OMM1SSIOX MERCHAXTS and W'(M)L
Reference Bank of Montreal.
Cash ajsaneea on Consignment
A. P. EVERETT,
Forwarding & Commission Merchant
4t) FROST STREET, CORNER CLAT
fartleolar attention paid to Consignments of Island Prodoc.
jaal SI .
W. H. CEOSSMAN & BR0.,
Mhlpplnn and Com in 1m ion
IIS CkaaiWri Street. NEW YORK.
Rfrrnc Caatle Cooka and J. T. Waterhouse.
The Great Popular Monthly,
THE CALirORMAN'Utbt beat and most fu!ar
taontfttyertr published on the Pacille Coast. It U the
a! ajaaloa writ of the Siiasinippl Vall-y, ar.d l f-'l
of theTlforo na E cf the Great Weit, It large and
kaalomcty printed pare are HI '.ed with inter lii and
ealaanle eoolrlbotiooa from the penj of many tl :l.e al)-t
-m.ml eminent writer in the t'nited State. It i nni
TerwKy and highly recommended by the !ocl ar.d F-rn
pre-. It to the riiof magailne of te day. and rxr--leaee
inerea aea with each isiae. Veairly S-k-rr Ib-
la Aaraace, 4.00. Single X amber.
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L. P- FISHER,
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CXCIIANUK. San Franeueo, Calilornia, i authonzl
M reeeire adeniementa kt the eoiumnacf ih. papr.
3tIliKlicl in l5t3.
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Room 20 and 21, Mrbant Exchni e.
Cauiornia otr v, ca
fy .1. Bl-vertlslsjr Solicited for all
ftfT Published the raeifie ioat,thf S ndwirh
CelssifS the Fasten maim ana .roir. nr-
earlj everj 5ewpaper Pihllhfd on the Parlfie
Caat are kfptCaastaatlj Hand, and all adfrr
tiser are allawed Tree atees ta them dorios Cai
nts UoaM. The P1CIFIC COJIMEOCIAL ADVI B
TISE2 I kept file at the Offlce of L. P. I ISIIEE.
MELBOURNE CTJP CONSULTATION.
1,000 STBSC RICKRS IT OAE P)l.D EtfH.
r.. TTnaas 3.000. N'os-STaaTa as
acoio Uoaa 410001 iJi!.iaeJ)' lZ--.J,
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Oras a tsstsss
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(divided).. 1,600 .110 Paizia or 10 ich 1.100
Thia ia my fU Consultation sine, October last, and is the
best opportunity ever brought before the Public in the Aus
tralian Coioolea. . .
The 121 extra Prises, consisting of 6 Prises of 1' 0 each.
'rises ol 40 each, and 110 Prise of 10 each, brir gs the
sinner of winning Ticket to about 240.
If ekqies ars forwarded exchange must be ad led Where
Tr possible P- O. Order hould be forwarded and Piareps
laclosot for reply and result.
THEODORE BROW X.
19 Orer Street, r f!ax 2lO Fsi Oflre.
JUB2S,ii- AiteUI-.d. X. Z.
Patent Rockers, (new styles).
Beale and Howard Streets, j
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Hull U Wool, Iron or Composite.
ORDINARY EXG I X ES compounded when advisable.
ST ttM I.At'XCIIES. Barpe and Steam Tuns con
tru-tl with rrfcrence to the Trade in wf.ich they are to
beemp'.oyd pel. tonnage and dratt of water gmrau-
'MR MII.US AXI SIC.IR MAKING
M tl'lllM'KV made after tt.emoil approved plans.
AI-..allB ,le, l,on Work connected therewith.
WATER I'll'E.of Boiler or Sheet Iron, or any ixe. j
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riveted r.n the ground.
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DltAlI.IL R I V r. I I t Boner or a ana "a-
rr Pipe made by this Establishment, Riveted by Ily- j
traul.c Riveting .Mschinery. that quality of work being
tar superior to band work
Mill WORK. hip and team Cpuns. Steam Winch
es, Air and Circulating Pumps, made after the most ap
I I'M lS. Direct Acting Pumps, for Irrigation or City Wa
Vr Works' purposes, bu.ll with th celebrated Usvy Valve
iotion, su(erior to any other pump. d2T 0-ly
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Produce Markets Review and General
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Millinery. lres Materials. Glass, Porcelain,
Plated Ware. Watches. Clocks,
Kal and Imitation Jewelry. Boots and Shoes.
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Tys olographs. Scientific and Mu.ical Instruments,
Drags. Ch-micaU. I'hsrmsceutical Preparations.
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i General Business -Argent
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Rents and Bills Collected,
Houses, LandsfitRooms Rented.
Books Kept by the Week, Month or Qcarter,
at reasonable rates.
Quarterly Bills made out, delivered and col
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j Committee", Surveve, &c., drawn up with
accuracy and dispatch.
Amanuensis and Copyist Work done for Invalid
or other persona requiring Buch services.
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partnership for the purpose of carrying on the business ol
. n, .1
! .4 nd have engaged the services of
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AM) IT WILL PAY TO
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Qal 61 ly)J '
WILLIAMS, DIMOND & CO.,
Shipping k Commission Merchant
No.2IS Califwrtila Street.
e S AN FRANCISCO
KAJIEHAMEHA THE CONQUEROR.
These sketches were written some jears ego,
partly on the island cf Laaai, and partly at
Lahaina. They were commenced when the
author had interesting opportunities to -converse
with some nntiye Hawaiian wh l-d seen the
great Kamehameha. and were famlhar with the
events and tradition of hN tiaiea. he Crst and
foremost among his native authorities fr,m whom
he obiained abundant initet was Piianaia, a
Hawaiian clironicler of much refute, who hail an
excellent and a well-stored memory who died in
1863 at an advanv-vd between To and t0
years. The author U enj ived the opp.trtuniiy
ot frequent conversations with tlie taiuoue .ld
Governor Kekuanaon, who described the incidents
of several fishing expeditions ol the Hawaiian
Cooqueror to the inlet of Kautioln, on the ieland
of Lanai, famed as ;i P..!nri! ground, and w here a
small, yet weli-preserved heiau is yet to be t-een,
and where the stone flooring and underpinning;
of a hale Kamehameha and a hale Kaahuuiaini,
and of a large kauhale, or town, are now pointed
out by the native of the i.-Iaud. This point was
visited by Kamehameha V. in 1S6S, in his yacht
Kamatle, lor the purposo ot fj.hin ; and the
author had frequent opportunities during a long
leisure on the island of discussing with the King
particulars in the history ol his groat ancestor.
He had furthermore very ample opportunities
with Kalawaia, who died iu 18oo at not less than
80 years of age ; with Pupuka and P.ipnlun, of
Lanai, who, though nboui GO years ot age eacli
when the author Crst conversed with thctn in
18C1, yet were then rUill strong and active men.
and they often illustrated by exhibitions the ath- 1
letic 6ports, the epeur throwing, the bone-breaking
duels that they liad assisted in exhibiting in
the presence of Kamehamrha. Aud many other j
eye-witnesses of the times of the Great Kameha- I
meha tho author has met and conversed j
with. And he knew very well Kamakau and J
Other later authorities ol ihe history of the i
These sketches have been translated into the t
Hawaiian language, and published in the Hide j
Poakolu in a series of chapters the author desir- !
ing thereby not only to interest Hawaiians in j
their national and heroic history, but also to
provoke discussion, and call forth suggestions '
and corrections from better informed Hawaiian j
Apart from these early sketches, the author has ;
been engaged upon a more carefully-prepared j
biography or history of Kamehameha. j
This hero will be regarded as one of the fore
most men known to history among all the brown
races. Certainly Polynesia, Malaysia and In
dian America have not produced another man his
equal as a leader and organizer. And when the
Isolation and barbarous conditions of his early
life are considered, his genius as the creator of a
State will give him a position of unique promi
nence among all races.
When we compare the Hawaiian hero with the
master men of other lands and times; with an Al
exander of Greece; with a Casar of Rome, or a
Bonaparte of France, we must bear iu mind that
Kamehameha had none of the advantages such as
they had, of any culture of mind, or of any tradi
tions or associations with other races of men;
and yet he did the work of a great organizer and
civilizer. Alexander derived inspiration from the
perusal of Homer; Caar took lessons from mighty
captains; and Bonapaite studied the masters of
antiquity; but who was Kamehameha b teacher?
He had no wide world before him ; no stores of
learning to prompt and nid his spirit; but
he had an inborn greatness of soul, which rises up
grandly, and will shine forth brighter and
brighter before all mankind, reflecting a sur
passing lustre upon the Hawaiian race, and
giving them a distinction above nil other aborig
inal races in this great ocean. And it will be
manifest, that itls not the geographic, or supe
ior commercial, or strategic, position, which
gives to this Archipelago a i aetr.f rank in the
Pacific, before tho world ; but the greatness of
character of this one Hawaiian, who founded
and organized a Kingdom in the order and ad
vantage of which the people of all nations come
here to enjoy peace and prosperity ; and thus
Kamehameha becomes a bene factor of the
When the Discoverer Cook came, and made
known these islands to the world, Kamehameha
waa then in the full vigor of manhood, and he
comes forward in the history of the islands as
among the foremost to welcome the British navi
gator ; and there is a well sustained tradition
that he went alone in a canoe on board tho ship
of tho Discoverer when off East Maui, and spent a
night without fear among the wonderful stran
gers, whilst his absence was bewailed by King
Kalaniopu, his uncle, nnd all Win friends, then
staying as invaders on the Island of Maui.
The young chief Kamehameha had evidently
by a series of encounters, made a vivid impression
upon Captain Cook and his offiecre. Lieutenant I
King, the second in command, and who writes
the history of the expedition and of the discovery
of the islands, 6ingles out our hero by some ,
points of description of his person, and fpeaks of j
him as a man of power, with a remarkable ,
savage ferocity of expression. Yet a later ob- j
server, Vancouver, coining to Hawaii some :
thirteen years afterwards, finds no such ferocity i
of expression in the countenance of the great i
Chief ; but instead, a face ol majesty and com- j
mand, and an expression of marked magnanimity i
el soul. j
At the time when Lieutenant King observed
him he was a young barbarian of unusual physi- j
cal strength. All the traditions of him 6ay that j
he had great breadth of shoulder, and narrow-
ness of abdomen, with long back, round, massive j
head, and a protruding chin ol power ; the very j
impersonation of a young Hawaiian Mars. At j
this period he plunged alter the shark into the ;
depths of the sea, and strangled the large puhi. '.
the great, biting eel, or murcena of the Pacific, I
hence, one of his names, Puhikapa. Or his ;
sports were to leap from precipices, or to fend .
off spears hurled at his breast. And he knew
only the savagery of his i-les, and Lieutenant '
King saw him with a greased head, and smeared ;
face, like a savage. But when Vancouver looked ;
upon this same great Hawaiian, who often came to ,
his war ship in a canoe alone, he boheld a civilized ,
chief, who had met successive visitors from the
great world beyond his archipelago, who had
become familiar with their implements and their '
power, who had been leading hosts of men. and ;
treading the paths of conquest, and who was ;
then every inch a hero and a Kin. j
There is no mention of Cook's li.-st observations ;
and impressions of this fearless savage Hawaiian j
visitor; but they must have been interesting on-
der the circumstances, and as it is related that
after his visitor had spent a night on board, he i
was sent away with many presents, the impres
sions of the gieat navigator must have been of ;
more than usual interest in the visit of a Pulyne- j
sian savage. It is said that Kamehameha mani- j
fested neither fear nor curiosity, and his conduct j
must have presented a f-triking contrast to that of i
Hawaiians first seen and met on
tho islaml ol i
I.liey raannesiea, in a nvt-ijr I
. . I 1
their savage wonder. They pulled at the jackets
and ihirts of the English eailors to see what gort
of beings were bid under tho curious garmento.
I I'PT went around the 6bip woDderiog at ctery
tliirjj:; and then etrove to get biu of iron aod
fiocesot clotb. But the creat llawsiian who first
went to Fee Cook off Maui, neither stared nor
cied Jled but "tood calmly obserTant of the reorle
and signs of a new world.
Wben Kamehameha remained an hmirA th
DisixsTerer's ship and niht had set in, a great
vail went up from the shore for the supposed lost
chief. To a pccrle who had known no other
structure of man lut a canoe on the sea, the great
ships with the towerfrg masts must have appeared
wonders controlled by the gods of the deep, and
the simple people felt that their youDg chief was
sacrificed to these gods. And loud waa too wail
and clamor, with beating of pabus or Hawaiian
drums along the Mnui shore for the lost war
rior. j But whe.-i dajlight came the sorrowing pp!e
' l0.nelJ t,iC canoe of Kamehameha leave the great
I ""V n a iiuie wntie ine learieaa joung hero
leaped upon the sands of Mokuhinia aod embraced
his r.yal uncle and friends, and while the excited
people now clamored forth their wail cf joy over
a return, he exhibited the gifts he had received
from the great chief of the moku, or strange float
ing ieland; as the ship then appeared to Hawaii
ans. He had on a scarlet coat and held a sharp
dirk in his hand, which were the wonder and ad
niiratiou of the assembled people. And then broke
forth chants, 4'0. the swift spear of Keawe! O,
the stout arm of Umi !
Kalaniopuu, or Taraniobu, (the Tereeoboo of
Cook's story), who was Kamehameba's uncle and
supposed father, though now old, the infirm, with
emaciated body and a scaly, diseased skin, was a
chief of high purpose and" determined courage.
He was now an invader or Maui, and fighting
against its King, Kahckih. The old King, after
listening to the report of the young chief, ordered
his great war canoe to be got ready, and he pre
pared to visit the marvellous moku and the won
derful strangers. King Kalaniopuu ordered five
kaunas, or twenty fat hogs to be placed in a
great canoe along with a large quantity of yarns
and breadfruits. Along with him, in his own
royal canoe, he took as presents, or offerings, a
rich feather cloak and some beautiful fine woven
mats and tappa cloths.
' This royal canoe was of the largest size, about
j twelve anana, or fathoms, long, and was pro-
pelled by sixty paddles. The athletic canoe men
! with stout, sinewy arms, and glossy brown bodie
! sat well in array with paddle blades erect in the
j air. At the word of command ' I'ae! Pae !' the
! two files of paddle blades simultaneously dip and
j strike the water, and with even recurring motion
i every paddle stem is lifted, then struck down with a
backward pressure that urgeB the high bowed and
j idol crested craft swiftly onward over the swelling
j surf of the sea of Auau. The graceful
j royal skiff bounds on its way. It glides swiftly
i over the light summer sea ever shimmering be
j neath a cloudless sky. The swift island craft is
j driving right on to the great ship that now rises
j towering and dark, close to the view of the bold
paddlers. They do not slack their stroke as they
run swutiy stem on to the broadside ol toe float
ing island. In another moment the great canoe
w ill strike the ship; but hark, the cry "ku!" and
on the instant every paddle is reversed; the great
canoe is stopped short, steady, and still, and
placed alongside the gangway with an ease and
skirl that astonishes the admiricig English officers.
Piianaia tells the particulars of this visit.
To direct the Attention of the
Inhabitants of the
THE FOLLOWING FACTS:
The business of F. L.A SSETTER sV C.. (Limited)
U to Import and have on Sale every description of
And their Depot in Sydney contains the largest assortment of
WHICH CAN BE FOCSD I THE
jgiSiF Lisfft and Catalogues sent post free "T5l
The facilities afforded by the steamers of the Australian and
New Zealand Mail Steamship Co., enable purchasers in
TIIK SANDWICH ISLANDS
to obtain goods In
Large or small quantities every month.
LIST OF SOME OF TOF. DF.PiRTMEXTS.
Galvanized Corrugated Roofing Iron, In tea rases,
Fearing Wire, all sizes, In roils,
Paints, Oils, Colors, and Paint Brushes
Bar Iron and Blacksmith's Tools,
Wheelwright's and Carpenter's Edge Tools,
alls, Locks, and Builder's fittings.
Shot t.uDS, Breerh Loaders, Rifles of all sorts,
Revolvers, Repeating weapons, &r., kt.
Ammunition and Cartridges for all sorts of
Blasting Pow der, Dynamite, and Mining
Explosives of all kinds.
Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, Chaff Cutters,
Mowing Machines (for Lawn or Grain;,
Threshing Machines, &eM Jtr., Jir.
EVERYTHING WANTED IN HOTELS OR
PRIVATE RESIDENCES WILL. BE
FOUND IN OUR WAREHOUSE,
Cooking Stoves, Cooking Utensils, Knives, Forks ,
and Spoons, Dining Room Plated Ware,
Earthenware Dinner Servltes,
China Tea and Coffee Sets,
Glass Tumblers, Wine Classes, and Dreanters.
Drawing Room Stoves and Ornaments,
METALLIC BEDSTEADS .IN GREAT
All sizes of Horsehair and other Mattrasses.
Palliasses, Pillows. a,c.
Warning Machines, Mangles, Wringing Machines,
STABLE AND GARDEN TOOLS A LARGE
Hill Tables, Bronzed Iron Hat and Coat Stands,
(.arden tables and VERANDAH CHAIRS from a
Saddles and Bridles of English make.
6oT WRITE FOR LISTS. -8
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Ay. 16, 6m.
HONOLULU STEAM BAKE3Y!
R. LOVE & BROTHER, Proprietors,
SILOT. MEDIUM AND NAVY BREAD,
always on hand and made to order.
Also, Hafer. Soda and Butter Cracker,
JENNY LIN'D CAKES, lie.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED on the shortest notloe
w . . i i) n e & n a i r-.r flAfit Plniir h. V .H ri&llv and
IA.U1L1 J " 1 - ' . vu.- .
v B HR0WrW bread of the bcst qvjLITI
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3vac ax ec 1-51- J- tt-
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D I A AI O 1ST ID S K T T 10 R .
NO. 0 KAAHUMANU STREET.
Ms.DK TO ORDtR.
AND OF TIIK
IZT I hold mjrsWf personally rpnnsililf mrAI.L C.lHW
-curitjr of their goods.
DRV GOODS, FAiW GOODS, (8L0TH!E!0f
CENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
ALL DIRECT FROM NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA AND EUROPE.
Popular Prices and Square Dealing !
I invite the public to examine my Mairnlrirenl Stmk of l.ui ojit-:iu tn J American Dry Coeds
which is without question the
Largest and Best Selected Stock in the City of Honolulu
Mv Prices for perfectly FRESH, XEW FABRICS ire imsitivtly !ow r (li.ui are clmrReil by filler
Honsfi for 0LI, SIIOPWOR, SOII.EII MiODS, nn-l.-r ihe Riii of SI I.I I M. OI F I
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Dry Goods, Underwear, Hosiery, Fancy Goods
TRIMMINGS, CLOTHING & CENTS' FURNISHING COODS.
k?A New Line of GENTS' CLOTHING at GREAT BARGAINS
I invite a careful inspection of wy Goods ami Pricea. X) TROI BI.E TO SHOW COODS.
Orders from the country carelully eiecuied.
Oaliioi'iiitt Olio J iir. Oil:!!,
doc 80 142
ALFRED M. MEL LIS,
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
j. FULL LINE
Complete Sitock in the
1. AmPr'cnn anil European Dre.s Goods.
2. Qhick and Fancy Silks and Velvets.
3. Cas'm'rf8 and Crepes.
4. Damaslt Table Linen and Napkins.
5 mbroideries and Insertions.
6. pans and Fan-Holders.
7. CeD,'B autl Ladies' Bathing Huita.
8. Han'H'e.'chiefa Silk, Linen and I'ottou.
9. risb Trimmings.
10. Jewelry a Full Assortment.
11. K'd Gloves- all Colors and Sizes
12. Laces of all kinds.
13. IVIerinoa in all Colors.
All of the above-mentioned Goods are on Exhibition, and for sale by the under
igned at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES this Market enn afford.
BEFORE GOING ELSEWHERE. COME AND CONVINCE YOURSELF AT
A. IVK aVlELLIS'S.
104 FORT STREET.
"Big Collar ,J Harness Shop
C . H A M M E R ,
SO KING STREET
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER!
Fine Single & Double Buggy Harness
Concord and Mule Harness
Plantation Harness of all sorts,
Riding Bridles, Saddles & Whip
Currycombs, Brushes, Saddle Cloths,
BEDROCK PRICES for CASH
And every necessarr for stable use at
XT Repairing of evrjr description done in the ben po.ail.li-
Banner, with the best materials, at low-st workmen's rat.
All Work Guaranteed or Exchanged
eST Look for the " JJirf Collar!" -a
jal 81 tl
w. c. bordeim.
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCH'NT
I. .4 1 I KS A ND (iEXTS' IIOMKRV.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS !
Ladles, Gents' k Children's Boots &, Shoes
nROCF.RIF.8 AND CANNED GOODS.
Hardware, Crockery and Glassware, To-
bacco, Cigars, Pipes Yankee Notion-.
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
3S, 32, AND 34 FRONT STREET.
tu a "Ti7" a it
XJtL L J-j vy, A.J. -a. vr -c- 1 m. .
myl5 80 ly
VT LOW RATES
Prompt!) Attended t
u.i -.I i i.i f, and urr a'l my palrens of p-rfen
K (IK l ORT A M IIUVEI. MTRKKTH-
following I ep;iitme n 1st
! 'A. Notions in An endless variety.
15 OPrn-worked Dress Goods and Lawns.
1C. pfirusols for Ladies and Children.
17. Quills and Bedspreads, 10, 1 1 and 12 quarters.
18. Ribbons Silk, Satin and Brocaded.
10 S,aJst and Corset Covers.
20. Xr'UJ,u',i 8H'l Tassels.
21. Underwear both Lad es iu 1 Gent's.
; 22.--Vclrt Ribbons.
: 23 VV0f)lcn nn'' Worsted Jackets aud Shawls
21 X'" Cent's. Ladies' and Children's Hose.
1 , 25. Ynru " a" colors.
:j 2f. 2fph-r"n "r'li'l n(l variegated colors
CHOICE CHLIPDMA STOCK
! FOE SALE TO ARRIVE,
jSUPERlOR OURHlM COWS
12 Well-Bred Fresll CalvC'd Milk COWS,
; "uw UM RNU fl' THE KALIHI RANCH.
in inn head nnmiiu mcies.
Al " v t.
,, 4. HERBERT.
! --" Hawaiian Uiitel.
2k jLF! T IS 2
h. m. rviooRE,
.1 1 lRTiTER,
STATIONERV. CIGARS, TOBACCO, AvC
' 123 FORT STREET.
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