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WILLIAMS. DI1I0ND & CO..
Shipping & t'oniniivMoii Herclunt,
. i I 1 Call Torsi in Mrrrl,
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go. r.crriv niurr un
GEORGE F. COFFIN & CO.,
snrn. ami rmxii uiutmus
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Along tiwa.i.4r r.l-r. act vtt..lr: a gur.i.u-el. .
JOHN HARVEY Sc CO.,
CIMInn MV;lt MtMs .4 WOOL
II nntlllwi. C:tsifis.
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A. P. EVERETT.
Forwarding A. ComiuKxiou Merchant
0.' lUir JTKKKT.CDUMl; CLAY
.t n iKi m'isco.
P tru'ulr ttrntnt ril f Cnati f no'iitt n I:q1 I'r-Ijr.
W. H. GROSSMAN & BRO.,
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IIS (kmaWK Mrrrl. KU VOKK.
ff.-rnr. Cm.it A C. an i J T. Wt"-rh"U
;t:. ti.hl omiokting.
" FT m (Borough lnnkil r.f the natural Uw whirl g
ern th. evftiiicK rf il.g.tioo and Datrmn. ana by m
crful application .( In fin' .rop.-rtiei of wlt-seiected
.-n. Mr. r.pp h. provid---! our br-kUt UMr Willi m
dUwly ilnnt'l ha-ver hm mf nn w r.u, h-mrjr
rtnr' bill, li U by the lu.l ruu of such arl.c of
diet I hat m Mintiiiip.il may gradually tuilt op smtil
ir-mif nuagn to leant every y to diw. Hundreds
of subtlw maladies arr floating amun-1 m ready to attack
hT"r l!w U m w-a point. We may earapar many m
fatal shaft b apin( norirlvi well f.rtinV.I wirh pur M'mhJ
nvt a pmoerly nouriaheij frame." S- art el in the i inl
Ml limply with boiling water or milk.
Sold only In packets, labelled :
.TJSLl rci? IAS & CO.,
Jti EfVS'3 CHOCOLATE ESS E.Cf, .r Aftrmuon
PVERTI... A (1 KVT, 21 N F.RCII ANTS
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la m-nv advertisements t r the (uluniuol taim pmpr.
I. P. FISHER'S
Room jO mnj 21. Met. hants' Ftrbanf,
Cmlilumim rtrrt, mn FrmncUco.
tif . B. tdifrtMns solicited fr all ew
ptftn PnllUbri thr Paflfle (at,tbe S dUh
liUadS PitljnrHla, ?Iflt:in Purl. PaB.ima, lp:i
rls. JapjsT b i a . .rr ZraUDil, the AiMraUaa
CI1mt the Eatrra Statf-4 and Fmropr. TUn f
nearlj cvrrj fwpaper Pallbrd n the Padfle
Caat are kpt (aa-taotlj a Hand, and all adrrr
tUtn are alUwfd Trrr arcfM ta thrn darin Bal
et llaar. Tb PtflllC COTIMFEtllL lliVFU
Tlsr.C U kept an fi! at the Office af L. P. HSIIF.lt.
Beale and Howard Streets,
' W. II. TIILOiC,
j os. noosr,
- aprrlatf ndent,
in ALU IT.- BIHMllfA
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Ilixn Prepare ar faaipaaail.
STKAM V Otl'.LH of m!t kinlv o.lt romplct-r with
Hull t WchI. Irun tl Coropumi.
ORDI VARV :UI K.t r..nnK.an.l"l m.l-blr.
rKAM I.. ' Xt'II Kt. 3r2. mol t-ra Tai ro
tnw:ti with rvf-rnf t. th? I'rl m U'i th-y mr l.
b mploy'il. pwt'l. fcnnaifmn.l JrU cl t-r gaaro
tii. H(att MM.I.H .M MOAIl l . K I CJ
l 'IIIXa-f ml-It'-r tf-.r "I mppr" pUn.
Al. mil ! ir "" Wr ir'nnrll thrr.ith.
W.ATb'll IMIE.' B.il' t -t lr.n. ff n, .'.
mm.l'in .aitmbl mtfth l,ninwrt.n tK-tlr.r ih- tm
Rollr J. ranrhl. mn.t r.w -J r s'h pn.'nf. rrm.ly lo
rit-'l "a ih- g r-itufl.
IIVDKtl l.lC RIVKTIMJ.r-,l.r Work mnl ...
tm tv m t-J" by tmi l.tmllihmnl. Rn'l-1 by lly
ww'ot ll.-tin .M.-hini ry. th:it tlul.ly w..rb l-irj
for tayxwr ta r.
Mil I P WORK. " S"i'fm Cipt.in4. !"tpm Win. h
Air mml Circuimtin I'umi . pile mftrr tL? ai'il l
proii pi u.
Fl".lfM. Direct Artinr Pamr. f"' Irri.-ilion i City Wm-t-r
WorkV purpoirn. ba.lt wth Ih-c. U t rmir.1 iy ml
Motion, tup-Tior lo mny oihr pump !-
AGRXT Wortbinjf'on Puptr glram Pump
IVoticc to Traveller!
MR. H.P WOOD
HEEN APPINriI AfitM A T
MAHUKONA and KOHALA
S. F. k IIOXOLILI TIl.WSFHE (0.
OFI ICP. AT OK. WICillT'H MIIKK.
K3" Baggage landed from the Steamer
and Delivered as per Aaddress:
S. F. & HONOLULU TRANSFER CO.
I UlfE THIS DIT FSTlELIMIFtl 3I1FLF
Dealer in Dry Goods, Hardware, &
F. DA. MARQUEZ.
HOM Al'O.Kir. HAWAII.
AajLt I2tn. Ht. ai7'SU
VING V0 TAI & CO.,
Have Constantly on Hand.
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At thrir T,t-rr'', ?:ore, ' p-m.le il y.jicmri'r. Naiii.a trct,
A Ft' 1.1. LINK OF
JAPANaml CJIIXA TKAS,
B ., II 1 l, l'rw-1. rrcr !i:.,f to Vtaal.ty.
INol fat! a-t. uf I'Uutation cpplir.. all kind?.
AI...nt'.l a MlUii: STOCK OF KICK.
K.j u-i.. A;- iU I' r
I fr-. .rilni-r Ftt sJi.K PIELHU S(BF.FS Iff
JJ l ly
'.VINO WO TAI A. CO
Marnealf 1 I rbao Saff,
llrf-pruuf, lire a. Uor.-Ur Proof, A. bnrlar Proof,
st.i t.'.Vr si;i r,j o' j..''y on f,ni,'l.
Ordf r for Larze Me lillrd at Shortet Notice.
Old Sjff - TaLrn In Fxrhanze.
Babcock's Fire Extinguishers !
Platform, loriuant. and (omblnation Beau Scales!
J j f -t !'.. 'J fifOr. wr.f! to
V. O. It KKC KK,
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WINES AND SPIRITS.
No IS KIN'l tTKKKT, n-rly oj.potite IHllel ct.
IIONOI.IT.I . . I.
On llaiv nl in Quantity lo i'a.l.
t:iil I.-II AND AMCKICAN
ALES, PORTERS & BEERS,
lm,r m Dirrrt lmporr f M A OKI It A WIXF.S. I
mm rnM'il to wll a Ort quality mrlirle ml very
U-OKIIF.RH FROM THE ISLANDS .Ct
Solii-itrt, mnl Pr"Oi;t nJ Carrful mlfntion will be givra to
the iir.li of all C'uitomrr.
EKMFMUFS TIIF. .M3ICKU, 78 KUC ST E KIT.
Having Just Itcturucd
From the United States,
GEORGE W. LINCOLN
Contractor & Builder,
HO KING ST., HONOLULU,
KS I R y.H TO INFORM II IS FK1F.NT1S
nil allic fewrmlly, that be M nnw prfpmrrj to
accept C'bOtrrt f -r
Buildings, Cottages, Stores, or
American, French, Italian, SwiS3
or German Styles
ami from Nrw Ifc-.Ifos, wbi b ruoitloe all the orcsry re
ii.itf- t h-jh an.l r n.f rt, in a warm climate.
Flans and Estimates made upon Applica
tion. lifting (tn"l a bui:.- cui.ni iti O with one of tbe
Principal Mills on tho Coast,
1 AM 1'KKPAKKL) TO DO
First-Class Work at Moderate Rates.
$ule Agent l.t I do ,
Housekeeper's Kitchen Cabinet,
Ao ln:uble rvnuiit Lit II.urkfpr.
One of the L!-t InentioD fur rr!Hbioj PAWS Lai Ix-ro
t.n.ujhl by e from lite Coa(, ari1 i.M Cualiiurr
ar. 1 1' i.u- 4. are invitl to rail oo me with
tliir oUl an I worn-out S A Wi aol I
will make lbrmaigol a
new, an.l at mod
GIVFa rK CVTX,.
r. II. OKDING,
IJKGS TO I NT I M AT F. TO
HIS CUSTOMERS, AND
84 KINO STREET,
Next to Mr. Burgess's Carpenter Shop,
where orders may be left at anytime
of the Day or Night.
tklkphom: mmbkb, s
A XUW DKIMIITIIIM.
im irfii, m:ul. Mini: i:vi:rv ihy.
PORK SAUSAGES !
Our Customers are informed that we
TO PAY SPECIAL ATTENTION
BRANCH of OUR BUSINESS,
Will Guarantee to Pleass with Our Goods
GIVE US A CALL !
RAUPP & SCHRAEDER,
17 ir N. Si lllel lrret.
il Big Collar "Harness Shop
C . HAMMER,
9li KING STREET
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER!
Fine Single & Double Buggy Harness
Concord and Mule Harness
Plantation Harness of all sorts.
Riding Bridles, Saddles & Whips
Currycombs, Brushes. Saddle Cloths,
AoJ trrry r.rcM.are f -r Ub!e u at
BEDROCK PRICES for CASH
j j- iimirirg rf every Jrir:.ti.n J n- in tli b-t iiile
oiniirr, wi:b tlx l"l m'r.mt.-, at rw.t worknwu'i ratu
All Work Guaranteed or Exchanged
lT Lool fr the " Illg Collar!" "&a
111 61 I
Europe and United States.
Fill All rOM'lETE ASSORTMENT
. ALBS & SPIRITS.
. AS FOLLOWS
Hennessy Brandy, all Qualities;
IIOlTKLI,K.U' I1RANUV, all qualitie)
.M A RTKI.I. URANOV. all q-jalitiei;
ROI VKK, GOl'LET CO. BRA NOV, ail
DOROVILLK t'O. H R A N U V, all qualities;
JII'f.S R OH IN A. CO. BRA NOV. all qualities;
II A IT Ell A R At CO. BR AND V, all qualities;
M ARM I ESSE JL CO. BRA NOV. all qualities;
Jl'I.E I.EFRANC A. CO. BRANDY, all
And various othor kinds of Me
dium and Common Brands.
Cutter & Co. Whiskies, all Brands;
KENTI C KV FAVORITE WHISKV.
O. F. C. SOt'R MASII.
FOR TIIK CELKBRATKD
CYRUS NOBLE WHISKY
ALL QUALITIES AND AtJES.
ALso, Sole 2eiats
Reuben Earley's Whisky
From Iu il!e, Kentucky. Both Branda being well
known fur there aDurueU excellence
KEY BRAND GIIM!
la SidjII Bottle. Stooe Jugi and Large Square!,
I Ionian a a A. CO. PRIZE MEDAL. GIN, very
smooth aol fine;
Bwerd Sc Smm'm relebralrd Of.D TOM GIN.
Waller' SCHIEDAM and SCHNAPPS.
Da ale-1 Vi.arr A: Sen' celebrated "GRAY
STALLION" bruad rfGIX
Fur the Celrbrated and World-Renowneii
CASKS OF SAMK IN PINTS AND UCART3,
Ooiit?in ly on ITjiiicl
3NT3Z3W B'FTF.Fa. !
IteeeiveU by evrry veel from the Atlantic Porta.
ALWAYS ON nAND.
na in: m porter
IN PINTS AND QUARTS.
GUINNESS' DUBLIN STOUT!
IN PIN 13 AND QUARTS.
S II E R R Y !
CLARET WINE, in casks and hf-casks ;
CLARET WINE, in boxes. 1 dozen each ;
from $3.50 to $25 00 per dozen.
DUC de M0NTEBELL0 CHAMPAGNE,
pints and quarts ;
BURKE &. KINNAHAN'S
IRISH WHISKY !
SCOTCH WHISKY !
Wm. Rankin & Son's
DATA VI A ARK AC,
BITTERS OF ALL KINDS,
i'll ART REfSE,
LIME Jt ICE,
Ami lOO Other Things !
TOO NCMEROV3 TO MENTION, ALL OF WHICH
W ILL BIS SOLID
AT THE j
Lowest Market Rates ! ;
BROWN & CO.,
1 MERCHANT STREET.
P. S. Orders from the other Islands
cc Promptly attended to-
OUR EUROPEAN CORRESPONDENCE.
Letter, No. 6!.
London, Oct. 00, 1
HAWAIIAN I N P EI'EN L K NCE.
TLf j:.'y .Wu-i, tLr lra.lh. Libtral journal
uiiil ti .;.iu of the j r-sriit Kriti.h Mi:iitry. re-cf-i.tly
iuLlishe.l the following ruiu.n its t-i-tori.il
uotes (Sept. 2) :)
la a pumpLK-t publi-,he.l :it Huolula fmd
t-Ltitled " Thoughts ou the H:iw.ui.tu Situation,
Ly a ileinLcr of 'the Iloiw:- cf N.bK-3 : we tiiul a
tt-mpt-r.ite and intrrrtiut; i-psition nf the tate
of political feelii: ;iiiK.ng the subjec ts nf King
Kuldkaua. The writer describes the attacks on
tho independence on the Sandwich Inlands,
which have Wen made of hite in rarious
quarters, as having caused " many thoughtful
and intelligent natives a mysterious feeling of
insecurity its though an eurtinjuake or an erup
tion of Punchbowl was momentarily expected."
Whil? advocating however, immediate attention
to the complaints of Great liritain in the matter
of the Hawaiian Tariff, the author expresses
emphatically his belief that neither that country
nor the United States have any intention of
destroying the independence and sovereignty of
his country, for whiel he pleads with some
I hear that Sir Arthur Gordon, Governor of
New Zealand, intends to visit England early
next year. It is" also understood that Colonial
Office has decided to strengthen the authority of
the British flag in the Western Pacific by "the
appointment of an Assistant High Commis
sioner. Prince Henry of Prussia, hitherto marine
suh-lientenant an.l second lieutenant in the 1st
Guards Regiment, has just received his promo
tions as Naval Lieutenant and Pirst Lieutenant
of Infantry. During their stay at Sydney the
British Poyal Princes planted some trees near
the spot where Captain Cook first landed in
Australia. Prof. Sir Wyville Thomson, the
scientific chief of the Challenger expedition, is
about to resign his chair of natural history at the
Edinburgh University, which he has held for the
past 11 years, as the "state of his health is far
from being satisfactory.
NEW PACIFIC LITERATURE.
A number of new books relating to the Pacific
and its isles have recently been publish: "A
Year in Fiji ; or an Inquiry into the Botanical,
Agricultural and Economical Resources of the
Colony. By John Horace P. L. S. published at
the request of Sir Arthur Gordon, Governor of
I 'j". TP- '-y? : " Waitnrana ; a story of New
Zealand Life,'' by Alexander Bathgate. Hawai
ian readers will be especially interested in
" Prom Sword to Share ; or a Fortune in Five
Years at Hawaii." By Captain H. W. Nichol
son, 8vo : l'2s. Gd. Miss Gordon Gumming, author
of " At Home in Fiji " has just published an
account of a voyage among the islands of
Oceauica, under the title of A Lady's Cruise
in a French Men-of-war." Miss Cumming en
joyed exceptional facilities for becoming ac
quainted with the isles of the Pacific, and she
brought home many sketches, a selection from
which also illustrates her book. Samson Low
will soon publish another novelty : " Upolu ;
or a Paradise of the Gods," by the late H. B.
Sterndale, being a description of the antiquities
of the chief island of the Samoan group, which
by many students is considered the ancient
home of the Polynesian race. Professor Bas
tian's German work on " The Holy Myths of the
Polynesians " is divided into two sections, one
devoted to the Maories, the other to the Hawai
ians. Thes South Sea cosmogonies have fre
quent glimpses of profound meaning and not a
few traces of their remote origin and al&uity
with the mythologies of the Asiatic and Ameri
can continents. In the preface Prof. Bastian
expressly pays a tribute of gruiitnde to King
Kalakaua for his assistance in the collection and
explanation of ancient Hawaiian myths. I shall
refer more fully to this interesting book in
another letter. The new volume of the " Chal
lenger Expedition Results " contains the general
reports on Birds, wliich embodies an account of
the birds obtained at the Hawaiian Islands by
Mr. Selater. Tho last volume (14) of the
Journal of the Victoria Institute contains a
paper by the Rev. S. J. Whitmee on the Ethno
logy of the Pacific, with a map giving the results
of the axithor's studies and surveys extending
over 20 years as a missionary in the South Sea
Last weeds a vessel sailed from Southampton,
which in the course of a cruise round the world
will also visit Honolulu. This is the Inter
Oceanic Steam Yachting Company's screw S. S.
Ceylon ; which has been purchased from the P.
anil O. Co. for a y months' yachting cruise round
the world, in the course of which the passengers
will be able to visit most of the principal places
of interest in both hemispheres. The vessel has
been fitted out in the most thorough manner for
the purpose, and a, library, pianos and a band
have been provided. The passage money for the
complete and enjoyable tour is 500 for each
passenger. By the pamphlet of information
before me, I learn that the proposed route
will be as follows : Stalling from Southampton
the vessel proceeds by way of Bordeaux and
Lisbon into the MediUrraiu ;!i, touching at all
the principal ports of Spain, Italy, Greece, Asia
Minor, then passes through the Suez Canal and
Red Sea to Bombay, Colombo, Madras, Calcutta,
Penang, Singapore, Manila. Hongkong, Shang
hai, Nagasaki, Hiogo and Yokohama. The
probable date of departure from that place will
be March 2nd 1x82, and the arrival at Honolulu
may therefore be expected about the loth of that
mouth. After stopping 5 days at the Hawaiian
capital, the Ceylon will go on to San Francisco,
and thence by the west-coast of America, Straits
of Magellan and east crast via Montevideo, Rio
and Bahia, to Madeira, arriving back in England
about July 1882. The Ceylon, 2110 tons regis
ter, 4-0 li.-p.. Captain R. Lunham, sailed from
Southampton 2Mh instant with 40 passengers.
NAVAL AND SUIPPINrt NKWS.
II. M. S. ,'ehon, ironclad, 12 guns, 7323 tons,
C000 h.-p., over 500 men all told, sailed front
Plymouth on 2nd inst. for Australia to relieve the
Wolverene, and on arrival at Sydney her com
mander, Capt. J. Erskiue will take over the com
mand of the station. The Sappho has also sailed
for the Pacific to replace the Dolertl and has
already passed St. Vincent on her way. The
corvette Turquoite, 12. Capt. Medlyeott, has ar
rived home from the Pacific, being relieved by
the Lhampion, and has been paid off after having
travelled over 30,000 miles during the 4 years of
her commission. The detached squudron. Ad
miral Lord Clanwilliam, having sailed from Fiji
Sept. 10th, arrived at Yokohama Oct. 21, and
was to sail Nov. 1st for Kobe and Shanghai.
The German Rear-Admiral Maclean, under whom
Prince Henry of Prussia made his cruise round
the world in the I'rince Adalbert, has just received
permission from the Emperor to retire from
services in the Imperial Nav-, receiving the
usual pension and the Red Eagle Order, During
the great gale of loth instant the yacht Sunbeam
with Sir Thomas and Lady Brassey on board,
when off Flamboro Head encounted the full force
of the weather, which was very heavy for more
than 12 hours. The vessel behaved splendidly,
although her lee bulwarks were under water,
and during the most of the storm Sir Thomas
himself took command. The C. R. l'.ithop,
Wolters master, sailed from Bremen on 2nd inst.
for Honolulu and passed off th L.ird on the
5th of November. Biimham.
Proi-essor Raoil Pictet, who ha9 been giving
Lis attention of late to marine architecture, an
nounces a discovery which, il his anticipations be
realized, will effect a revolution in the ar; cf
ehip-building, and grently augment the speed of
sea-going and other ships. The discovery con
sists in a new method of construction, and such
an arrangement of the keel as will diminish the
resistance of the water to the lowest possible
Foint. Vessels built in the fashion devised by
'rofeesor Pictet, instead of sinking their prows
in water as their epeed increases, will rise out of
the water the fas'er they po in such away that
the only parts exposed to the friction of the water
will be the sides of the hull and the neighborhood
of the wheel. In other words, ships thus con
structed, instead of pushing their way through
the water, will glide over it. According to the
Professor's calculations, in ihe accuracy of which
he has the fullest confidence, steamers built
after bis design will attain a sp?ed if from
f0 to CO kilometres (27 to 33 knots) per hour.
A model steamer on the principle he has dis
covered is in course of construction at Geneva.
In families well ordered, there is always one
firm.ewect temper, which controls without seem
iri? to di'.tate Lord Lytton.
"Whts to iefv-rm the Lai:o of Uooolula aiid t!ic aj
j.eeol Islanl. that he ha riurowl from a rit
to Calif- rsia acJ :h? E.iirn fvv.es.anj h
br ought iri-.u hir a Terr fin? ani
Large Assortm'tS Goodsi ; Her Line
nj that ahe i now rt,parej Xj mk
To Order on Short Nolice !
Switched, Curia. Seam. Oia-'.
Ware, Wig?, trie, etc., ;c
33 URGE S S
Msiuf.ctuivj, as a speciality, Ibe aw f rlebraieJ
Watervliet and Lisbon Wave :
AM'XG THE ARTICLES FOlt SALE ARE :
IuYisible anil other II air Pir.j. lovUihle Hair Srt.
Crimping Pin. I'mehing lrans. Coruneta.
La. lie.' Fine Black Comli. lre-si:t nJ '!n Cocitu.
Children" Celluloid and Rubter Kound, Comix,
liair firuhe. Hair Oil.
Fine Quulilies of Culocnes, Bay Hum and Florida W aler.
Fine Face Powders and Camniehne, etc., etc.
Shampoo lYIixture !
Warranted to cleanse the Scalps and Hair from all
Waves, Coquets & other Hair Work
Uedreased and Piped to Order, and at Short Notice.
Hair Dressing and Shampooing,
AND, IN FACT.
All K inds or Wo l- It
Appertaining to the Trade.
PROMPTLY & ARTISTICALLY EXECUTED.
MK5. BURGESS would aUo announce that she ia
the Agent for the Firm of
A. Bernhard & Co., of New York,
Manufacturing Jeweler ami Importer of
Diamond!), Pearls and Precious .stones.
Onyx and Diamond Jewelry,
Hair Jewelry and Device Work.
ANY ONE WISHING WORK DONE
Will find it lo their advantage to patronize this Arm.
It being the heal and mom reliable in the
All Work Warranted First-Class.
AM AT KK ASO.VAULK It A I KS.
SAMPLE BOOKS of their Work and Price can be
seen on application to MKs. BL' KG ESS.
ORDERS SOLICITED !
? PVME.VBER THE ADDRESS ! "V
C X CS 3F O XT. X X XT BUT,
Nearly opposite the Fort S;reet School. TELEPHONE
NU. MIIKK 152.
n'10tf MRS. BL'RG KSS.
On Account of Departure
OFFER FOR SALE
LOTS TO SUIT,
THE OLL0VI.G PROPERTY; NAMELY:
One House and Xot !
Situated on Beretania btreet, occupied by the undersigned.
The Home containa 10 Koouis, including Kitchen and
Bath, and has been built but a fewmonlhs, and stands 100
feet from the street.
The Lot runs through to Young street, is well fenced and
planted with Trees, Roses. Ac.
A very fine Stable o: the premises. Box Stalls. Carriage
House, Harness, Feed and servant's Rooms. Also, a fine
Loft with contaioeis for grain, artd ample room lo store
200 Bales of Hay.
Also. Chicken Yard, Small Paddock and other conveniences.
The premises are well supplied with water.
The House is Nicely Furnished, and will be sold as a whole
or otherwise. A Lso.
One House and Iot !
Adjoining the atove, ai d st present under lease to Messrs. P.
OPFERUEI.T and . T. I.E.N KU AN This House con
tains & Rooms, including Bath
The Lot has a rroLtage of 100 feet on Beretania street, and
also runs through to Young street.
The Stables contain 2 Large Box Stalls, Feed and Servant's
Room and Carriage House. ALSO,
One House and Liot !
Situated on Maunakea street, below Kins, and at present un
der lease for 10 years, to a good Tenant. ALSO,
Two House Iots !
Situated on King street, between the residence of Mr. Fernan
dez and the property of Mr. D. Crowningburg, ALeSO,
Two House Lots !
Situated on Lunalilo street, between Pensacola and Piikoi sis.,
adjoining the residences of Capt. Shepherd and John A
Uassinger, Esq. ALSO,
Two House Lots !
Situated on Kinau street, and adjoining the residence of W. K
Cattle, Esq. ALSO,
Parlor. Bedroom, Library,
Dining & Kitchen Furniture.
Also the well-known Carriage Team,
Unsurpassed by any in the Kingdom or style, sr.ee I
and beauty. Can be driven by a child. ALSO,
JSL I 1- T 3Vt - ,
One Iron Grey Filley, 16 months old. A regular pet, and has
been driven to harness. Sired br P&tchen Vernon,
Dam, " Baby."
.A. L S O
Double and Single Harness,
Riding and Jockey Saddles,
Neck Wrappers, Bandages,
Boots, Bits, &c. &c.
Clear Title to the above Proper
ty and Unincumbered.
noo2m H. J. AC NEW.
OOO KaI Ac OO.,
Corner Fori Sc Hon-1 alrerls.
Are Constantly Receiving New Additions
FINE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK
3. J3 ,
FANCY GOODS. SII.KS. SATIN'S.
LACES nud E.MBROIDERIKS,
Following are a few of the Leadine Lines :
French. Knglish and American Silks in all colors,
China Silks in all colors, Potiftee Hilk.
OenU' I'ongee Silk Shirts. Fine Silk Undershirts,
Linen I.awns. Fancy Muslins, Edgings.
Ladies Fine Underwear.
FULL ASSORTMENT OP
Men's and Youths' Clothimr, Hats and Caps.
PULL ST." ITS AT LOW PRICES.
JUST RECEIVED per DISCOVERY
Fringe and Trimming.
Ladies' Fauiy Ne kties, all colors)
Lace Edging every Sieamtr-can sell -ry low;
White Dre Ouols t T Ladies.
Assortment cf Fine Handkerchief f'T Christmas,
Other Christmas Goods.
Come Quick for Bargain? !
All the aboe are being sold at the very LOWEST MAR
KET RATF3. (selT ly) GOO KIM CO.
L? X V II irXLiJSi, KJALtAi a .1.1.0
: IWfi PiiwIisiwiSa nf -.T
IS J. IES1
7-x rroTisr rxJiisrr.
j Having Orcatly Kularcd Working Facilities
Is Aow 2r p:i red to Tiiibi Out From
GOO TO 1,000 POUHIDS
STRICTLY PURE CANDIES DAILY!
I AND WILL SELL HIS
FRESH AD PTJKK GOODS !
AT THE FOLLOWIXO WHOLESALE TRICES.
! "Wliich. arc Below Importation Prices :
CREAM CIIOCOLATK8, Per round 40
Hand-maile ('minis, ' 40
Mould Creams, " 40
Conversation Lozenges, :"
Fancy Lozenges, " .Vj
Peppermint Lozenges (triple strong), per pound 40
Almonds, Smooth and .Imperials, per pound 40
" ltoasted, P5nk and Brown, per pound :"
Corrlnder, Caraway and Anis Seed, per iound :r
Sugar-coated Cubebs, per pound 4"
Gum Drops Strawberry, Hose and Lemon, per pound
L Hocoiate c-aromeis, per pound
Lemonade or Acidulated Lemon Drops,
Cliocoiate Pastilles, per pound...
Marsh Mellows, Plain and Cfystalized, ier
Crystalized Liquor Bonbons, per pound
Chewing Candies Rose,-Lemon and Honey, per pound
Carom el Clear Figures, per pound
Cocoanut Candies in variety, per pouud ..
Figures in Conserve and Fancy, per pound
Machine Drops in great variety and flavors, per pound
Stick Candy in great variety and flavor, per pound
uroKen uanuy, per pound.
Rock Candy, White and Pink, per pound
Pop Corn Balls, per dozen 4"
Pop Corn, White, Pink and Sa'lted, per quart 10
Peppermint Drops, Transparent, per pound ,V
Pastilles of all flavors, per pound .'jr "
And many other articles in the Confectionery and Cake Business t o iHiuierojs to men
rr GUARANTEED that all Coods Manufactured by mo aro
And flavored with tbe finest Essential Oils anil Spice, and the lot Mutei-iul.
Wedding Cakes & Pastries of all Descriptions
MADE ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE AND IN THE HIGHEST STYLE OF THE ART.
Finest White, Family, Graham and Venna Milk Bread
Fresh Every Day Noon, and Delivered to Any Part within the City Limits.
Nn B.IVTo thing Less than 25 Pounds is
Considered a Wholesale Purchase.
and Proftci'vcd Tamarind.
Put up with the BEST REFINED CRUSHED SUGAR, and Warranted to keep iu any cliiimia
useful on long sea voyuget).
Practical OoniVjot ioiioi Ac I ;isi. i'v Coolf,
Steam Factory, No. 74 Hotel street, Honolulu, H. I.
E. B. THOMAS.
BRICKLAYER & BUILDER.
IJARTlCHIitK ATTKXTIOX PAID TO
Setting team Boilers. Furnaces. Baker's Ovens and
Ranges, and all kinds of Heating Apparatus. Also, Variegated
Concrete Sidewalks. All Work entrusted to me will be execu
ted promptly, and on reasonable terms.
Addressthrough the Cost ODlce Jsn 1 81
H. M. MOORE,
AND DEALER IN
STATIONERY. CIGARS. TOBACCO. AC.
123 FORT STREET.
CHOICE CALIFORNIA STOCK
FOR SALE TO ARRIVE,
SUPEBIOR DURHAM COWS
12 Well-Bred Fresh CalvedIilk Cows,
NOW ON HAND AT THE KALIHf RANCH.
THIRTY 11E4U PLIXTATIOX HUES,
PtHINlIs .111(1 I IMV.inIs !
O R H
IS II Eli Kit 1 GIVEN. Til T HAVING KK
turned lo ihe Kingdom, to ix-rsofiully supcrinivnd my
business, I herrliy revoke ull Towers i f Attorney existing up
to this date.
CILUKRT W ALL Ml.
Honolulu, Sept. 2, 11. sepllif
Importer & Home Maunfactorcr of Candies
OF ALL DESCRIPTION.-,
Xo. 112 Fort Slrfft, Just Above Hotel SI.,
Has Just made large addition to his eh,l,lil,ni.nl, and is
n w prepared to furuii-li U ihe trade, the llnuolnlu pub
lic, and residents on the oilier llaiil, the VEHV
FINEST of IIOMIMtl)i: A. I.M '0RTi:i) (A Ml IKS,
Of all Descriptions, AT VERY REDUCED I IUCEX.
Receives Fresh Candies hy every a-rivnl. lie Cu.ratile-. Il,
purity of his gooils. THE ' It E A M CMH1:I
are a speriall y wiih him. and are ma le b y the best manu
facturers in California, and received fresh tt y every steamer.
Soda Water, and all kind of Iced Drinki.
THE BEST ICE CREAM IN THE CITY.
The BEST BR AND3 of CHOICE CIUARS always on baud.
Milliner and Dress Maker,
EO RT STREET, IIO.VOLI LI .
IS CONSTANTLY IX liECLII'T OK ALL TIIK
Latest Novelties in Millinery !
Comprising ibe Newest Htyles in
Ilts, Klbboos, Featlif rs, riowerx, Ltf, &,c, lif.
Wlose taste and skill are too well-known to require any
rec mmeDdallon. is still in charge of the Millinery and
Trimming Department, which is a suflieieut guarantee thai
work will be done in an artistic manner.
THE DRESS MAKING
Will be under the immediate supervision of Mrs. Wilkinson,
whose reputation for accuracy and nentnesi is well-know to
the la-lies ol Honolulu and the oUer Islands.
LADIES' DRESS CAPS ON IIAD,
Or made to order. Also,
Ladies and Children's Ready Made Clothing, Zephyr Khawla
Hilesisns, trench lreiiadines, imIW MockiiiKS Lac '
Handkerchiefs, Japan Ti.ires, Ac; c.'
A Fine Line of Mourning Goods
Continuity an huml.
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....... - - e - "I Hi Ifiiuoo IO Ibe Mini. n( haw
as Iron, niul.ni. ,arm. a,l t i-l . " wni OI Her
, " , V ,: ..-..n, ..... luruisiiing oniy Drst c ass aril-
;cles la her line, to merit a ahare of the public patrooW
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