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Th Siillmaa B. AJlea baa already, bcgca dis- ;
chagfli'g bar cargo. ;
PACIFIC COMME RCI A L A D VER T I SER, FEBRUARY 17, 1883.
; t.t Mn J r MornB. i H C Mn. MrU Kqnmrrrill', Mr- :
j I Uirnri and a children. Uhi H UfymoU.-r, Air i Wilt '
! kr.l. Mr S M.-ii wr T 1' Monaster, Mr iTMnnrr- ;
J )ir W B larf, tfr C KolUut,tlr A inv( MKl H W, I
ntTOTed a Thn n1rwl
Then a small Teasel, which alio belonged to tt
man,' had beenaeiaed by some of bis people, ana
tha crew, with two exceptions, massacred, he
took compassionate care of the escaped men,
nd ordered that the Teasel itself should be
hauled op on the beach an-1 protected by awn
ings until ita owner should come to fetch it
away. Erary characteristic of thia Hawaiian
hero indicates a man of pre-eminent courage, of
prudent forecast, of correct judgment and
human spirit, and presents in fine the eminent
character of one who wa an honor to the whole
human race. It U his character and acta that
gira significance and consequence to this Ha
waiian State at this day. But for KamehamehA
tha Hawaiian Islands might now b sharing th
condition of the dependent islands of thin ocean.
Had thw Maories of New Zealand possessed
such a hero and statesman they wonld have
avoided the treaty of Waitangi and pre
ferred their independence to this day.
Thia hero so impressed the Powers of Europe,
that we find the Monarch of England writing to
him a letter, styling him, "Hi Majesty the
King of the Sandwich Islands," accompanied by
the present of a Teasel, and assuring him that
he would cause his commanders to respect the J
Hawaiian Oag wherever they might meet with it.
By him was laid the foundation of the national
structure to which Kalakana gives the finish.
The first Monarch laid the foundation in the
obscurity of a rude time, with his spear and
strong arm. The seventh Monarch, who
haa juxt been crowned perfects the na
tional Ktructure with all the enlightened -f
and ricientific appliauccs of nr age. May
the race of the great hero be preserved.
May Hawaiiana be roused to a devotion to the
nationality fouaded by the Conqueror. HU last
wordj in dying were "move in my good way."
''Tea; Great Chief we will swear here every
true Hawaiian, and every friend of Hawaii to
preserve forever the independence of the nation
thou tudst etblisu t'V thy proweaa ani m- (
do m ! (Loud and prolonged cheering.)
' t!5n. jT MTh.i:ua tlicu delivered an u l it r
ia the Hawaiian language, of which'we fail i
obtain a translation.
After the ceremony was concluded. His Ma
jesty withdrew, haviug an cn.iemcitt which
prevented his partaking of the luucli provided
by the committee. This lunch w.ui spread in
the jnry room, and over 3)0 gneN parl-ok of it,
iiicladiiij all thu gi'Utlutneii wh- s it o th plat
form, the members of the Legislative Assembly
and the geueral public. The purveyors. Hart
Bros., deserve a meed of praiac for the bountiful
repast tbey set forth and also for the excellent
manner in which it was served up. During the
lunch. Ilia Excellency Roll in M. Daggett. United
States Minister Resident, proposed that the com
pany drink to the "Memory of the great Hawaiian
Chief," whose Statue had juat been unveiled. The
toast vu drank by all jreent. Hon. J. M.
Kapena then proposed i:e Health of His MajeKty
the Kin, which was received with vocifcrou
As an instance of the gret hold that hi
atal ue has taken on the Hawaiian oilu. n
is noteworthy that large nuinher a.-Mcmhled
in and around the Government ground hours
before the ceremony, and alo that they remained
around the statue throughout the day, expreeoing
their delight and thorough appreciation of the
great undertaking that had heen accmpliahcd by
OX TBS rtRjlT COSStSoI.tTK)!! DAT ur KAXI.UAXr.UA
THK OH AT. .
By the Vsnsrsbls Archdeacon George Msium. M.A.,
of tbe Anglican C'bnrch, Jane 11. 1372.
Well mtr we rescue from ObliTion's grsve.
The hooor'J rnemorj of biiu who gsTo
Oar nstion life and won Limaelf a name.
.Worthy of record on the scroll of fame.
What though nu.okill'd in art of modern war.
Unknown to him the ruins of clatc lore.
His only learning mele wildly nng.
By old KaktHat, in our native tongne.
Euoagh he knew to guide his fortune still.
And fore'd submission to his iron will ;
His prows bade oar Island warfare a.e.
And e'ea through bluodahed rsrVd the Throne of
Victorious, nniou. crown with fav'rin i-miloj.
This Becond Egbert of oar nanny I .do.
And oar new Banner to the winds nnfnrl'd.
Claimed recognition from tl elder worhl.
Long mAy it wire, may children children see.
Its bright folds Antler o'er s people fre :
God Te oar Kin ! With thankfnl hearts we pray.
On this, the Great Kaxehaxeha's festal day !
A Curious Scene.
A curious scene was witnessed recently ia
Newark, United States. It seems that certain
storekeeper bad an electric light huog orer the
dour uf his shop. The wires conveying the elee
sricitj t the lamp hun outside the building,
and were eonected to a roandabout fashioo with
om iron posts, to which was attached a fence.
Unfortunately, the eorering of the wires was
worn away, and tbe electric fluid passed into the
fence. A well-known cilizeo passing bj, hap
pened to lean against tbe fence, unaware that it
bad become a battery, and in a moment he ' ot
tered a wild whoop and danced round tbe pave
ment," while his bat rolled into the gutter.
These uuususl vagaries attracted the attention of
tbe pnssrrs-bj. One. in spite of explanations,
declared it was disgraceful to see mn old man
drunk io the streets,' and another ran off for a
policeman. Meanwhile, some oi fi'ie crowd seized
tbe fence to test tbe truth of, the story, which
they found only too true. TAe p Jicemao arrived
amidrt a scene ol cjvuZion, and thought the
affair wss a tg hi--"A t Hits point h number o
meo whose character could do be doubted inter
fered and toadied for tlx truth of the citizen
statement. , Tbe policeman gingerly touched tbe
fence witb 'bis club, and that sell-wine uioiiieijt
tbe club eot whirling around the end or his
efectriSeJ arm. while the crowd Mttered on ail
aidee tvaToid contact with it- Fortunately an
eleclrcian who happened to be about exj-Uii.ed
thewjaterj. and the current was turned uB
The SuTpris-j Syrmphony.
u anecdote of tlie year 117i shows us a
characteristic illustration of Haydu's artistic
i:r . rb After the vear 1706 the Friuce
made a summer residence of the castle at
...u, nn the Neuisedlesa See, where he
remained fully half the year, accorapmed by
the best of his musicians -1 was at that
time roung and lively, and consequentjy not
"v beUer off than the others." wid H-ydn
ft. . i.,ffh. Moeciallv in reference to the
lonTin of his musicians to go home to their
ir and children. " The Fnnce must hare
witto iu . !
HI I 11 IO V. a w "
r u . tTAnr nn ni ra i uumcsi. mic99 jui 1
dm time, and
the ludicrous appearances
thev prented when be announced to
r.nef k-ri sn.ldenlv decided to l
there two months longer .mused him very
tue . n: The order plunged the
young men tinto aesp 8yfDpa-hizeJ i
k h an more than Haydn. 2nouia ne i
Tr. pe:tfo0? Tb. would on' t
& fig-bur. .H p ;"
.:m'lar rioestions i T
;S2lr. frhatdidbedo? Not many .vjn
i71tUT the Princo was surpn.ed.-Zte
To teli men that they cannot help them,
selre. S io fling them into recklessness and
Little Ah Sid.
I From the Wep.
Little Ah Sid
- ' Vas a Chinaman kid
A cute little cu, you'd declare
With eyes full of fan
And a dom that begun
Itigbt up at the roots of hi hair.
Jolly and fat
Was this frolicsome brat.
A he plared through the long summr day.
And braided his cue
As his father used to
In Chinaland far, far away.
Once o'ar a lawn
That Ah Sid played upon
A bamb!-bee flew in the spring.
. " Milican buturfly V
Said he with winking eye ;
" Me catches and pull off nra wing.
Then with his cap.
He struck it a rap
This innocent humbler-Lee
And put its remains
In the seat of bis jeans ;
For a pocket there had the Chinee.
Down on the green
Bat the little sardine
In a style that was strangely demure,
And said with a grtn
That was brimful of sin :
Me mashee nm butterfly sure."
Little Ah Sid
Was only a kid,
Xor could you expect him to guess
What kind of a bug
Ue was holding so snog
In the fold of bis loose-fitting dress.
" Ki-ya 1 Ki-yip-ye I"
- Ah Sid cried as he
Rose hurriedly up from that spot. .
" Ka-yi ! Yuk-a-kan 1
Dam um 'Melican man
L'ui butterfly belly much hot !"
n Francisco, Dec. 17, 1892.
. Miscellaneous Items.
Education is tbs only interest worthy the
i ... li" r . .
aeep, controlling anxiety oi tnougntiui men.
Travel makes all men countrymen, makes
people noblemen and kings, every man tst
ing oi iioeriy ana dominion.
He that wrestles with us strengthens our
nerves and sharpens our skill. Our an-
tagonist is our helper.; Jhirke.-,
It is Letter to wear a poor vest with a
royal heart beneath it than to wear a royal
Test with a beggar heart inside.
A man's first care should be to avoid the
reproaches of his own heart: bis next to
escape the censure of the world.
In life it is difficult to say who do you
the most mischief enemies with the worst
intentions or friends with the best.
Confidence is that feeling; by which the
mind embarks in rrreat and honorable
courses with a sure hope and trust in itself.
Men are frequently like tea their real
strength and goodness are not properly
lrwn out until they are put in hot water.
We ought not to look back unless it ia to
derire usefulness from past errors and for
the pnrpose of profiting by dear bought ex
Knowledge gained by long experience
and use, under tbe direction of prudence,
will give access to every corner of fortune s
Every person is responsible for all the
good within the scope of his abilities, and
for no more, and none can tell whose sphere
is the largest.
So much of our time is preparation so
much routine, so much retrospect, that the
pith of each man's genius contracts itself to
a very lew hours.
Humility is to make a right estimate of
one e self It s no humility lor a man to
think less of himself thin be ought, though
it raiht rather puzzle him to do that
Love does not simply aim at the con
scious good of the beloved object; it is not
satisfied without perfect loyalty of heart; it
aims at its own completeness.
To think we are able is almost to be so ;
to determine upon attainment is frequently
attainment itself. Thus earnest resolution
has often seemed to have about it almost a
savior of omnipotence,
When Cousin Mary was three years old
a a a . a . .
she attended churcn lor tne erst time wun
her aunt. During the sermon she herd the
minister mention the name of Uod several
times, and acted as if the knew he was
Joins' something wrong. At last she could
stand it no longer; the next time he said it
she rose up in her seat and pointing her
" 1 1 " '
chubby noger at mm sue saia, in impressive
tones, "Man, top yoar swearing.
. A few days aeo a little child gave ex
pression' to an old story in the following
. .a. a a . . 4 11
manner : - It seems that tne little isuow naa
discovered a bee crawling upon his hand.
Finally the bee stopped for a moment, and
after remaining stationary for an instant.
stung the little fellow. When the cry of
I m was over the little child said to his
mamma that he didn't care for the bee's
walking about on him, but he din't like his
sitting down on him.
And what ace is it you are now dear ? "
asked the Colonel iust back from India of
the tall daughter of his friend, Tomkinson
Smith : " Well, that is what I can't quite
make out." returned the ?irl. taking care net
to meet her mother's eye, "for when I go
anvwhere with papa I am sixteen, dui wnen
. J . ... i
I go out with mamma X am never more than
twelve next birthday:" jno volonel nas
teneJ to change the subject. .
A man takes a harp of thirty strings, and
begins to . play on the big sub-basa string,
and says, 1 : do not see the use of the
others ;" and he cuts the next, and the next,
until by and by he has an empty harp with
one string. .Afterwards he hears a magni
ficent concert, and he gets some twine
strings, and puts them on his old harp, and
says.rI am. going to have music, too." But
you csnuot bring any music out of a harp
th ithss been robbed of all its pulsatiug
i .: J i;..i r-v,,i; M ; , . ua
tf al it iiiicli iirsi.i'c vuatiic iaic llj
bounded into his parent's presence, with a
face beaming like a new brass kettle. Oh,
don't merry Christmas me ! " growled the
old Udy. Yesterday afternoon there were
six mince pies upon the top shelf of the
Now where is that other pie ? " "Mother,"
solemnly answerea tne ooy, "as true as i
I a-lf-s KtiT hntht Ki I ri s rw-airi Tfrtl I-
in? round the bed all night, sick enough to
The report of the commissioners who exain
ined into the working of the New York Post-
office commend its general efficiency and advo
cate a redaction in the amounts of the higher
salaries and an increase in the number of clerks
in the several divisions.
One thousand tenants in County Mayo deire
to emigrate. '
The loas by the recent fire at Hampton Court
Palace is okituattd at $150,000.
The defalcations of the late City Treasurer of
London, Out., aggregate $79,'J37.33.
The de velopment of the resources of California
is retarded by the exactions of the railroads.
France has given notice to England of the in
terests which she means to protect in Egypt.-
A famine is reported in Carrick. Couty Done
gal, Ireland, and 2, COO persons are in danger of
starring. .... - - -
A London correspondent says that the mental
derangement of the Saltan is becoming more ap
. Two-cent lettr postage has received an affirma
tive vote in the House of Representatives at
An entire family at Sedalia, Mo., were poi
soned by drinking whisky, a child of two years
dying from its effects.
The brewers in New York, Brooklyn, and New
Jersey, resolved to increase the wholesale price of
beer after January 1.
five hundred prisoners, charged with incen
diarism and massacre at Alexandria, Lave been
released owing to insufficient evidence."
The Brooklyn Bard of Education, after tpend
ing $1,184,771 61 during the year ending De
cember 1, has now on hand $231,047 4C.
The terms of the-Austro-Gernian alliance are
said to be that if either empire is attacked from
two sides the other shall render assistance.
Patrick Joyce, Myles Joyce and Patrick Casey,
the three men convicted of. participation in the
murder of the Joyce family, were hanged in the
jail at Gal way.
Russian exchange was never lower on the
Berlin Bourse. ' This is attributed to significant
utterances of Prince Bismarck's organs concern
ing the Austro-German alliance.
Lieutenant Colonel George W. Schofield, of tbe
Sixth cavalry, committed suicide by shooting him.
elf through the bead at Fort Apache, A. T." " .
A well dreeaed stranger entered a jewelry store
in Clcvland, Ohio, and coolly walking behind
the counter carried off, unobserved, diamonds
and other gems valued in all at $10,000.
A Brooklyn man married a girl whom be met
at a picnic on tbe way home from the festivities.
He aked the Court to unuul the marriage wn the
ground that tie was drunk at the time. Judge
Gilbert declined to do bo. - 1
The mysterious arrest . recently made at Del-
monico's turned out to have been that of Presi
dent George J. Rice, of tbe Utica, Itbica, and
Elmira Rrailroad.who is charged with hypo thecal
ing bonds which should have been cancelled.
Tbe argument in the application for leave to
bring suit to annul tbe charter of the Western
Union Telegraph Company was concluded before
the Attorney-General, who was unable to render
a decision at once, ibe Attorney-General of
Pennsylvania bas also commenced proceedings
against tbe Western Union.
February I 7th, '83,
Commencing at 1 o'clock P. M., Sharp.
, T HOTTING RACK. t
Iu Harnesa. Mile Heat; b-Ht two In three. Open to
all Hawaiian trej faorsea, Turae f,50. Katrance.
SECOND -KALAKAUA & KAPI0LANI
Mile Heats; best two iu three, Opeu to al) Hawaiian
bred horse. 1'nrse, f I ifa. tnlranre, $12.50.
THIRD FOREIGN VISITORS' PURSE.
One Mile Daxh. Open 10 all Hawaiian bred horses.
Purse, tlOO. Kntrauce. $10.
FOURTH PUBLIC PURSE-
One Mile Dash. Open to all Hawaiian bred horses
that have never ran In a public racce. Purse, i-OO. Ea
In all races, three entries, two to start.
All entriea to be made with CECIL BROWN, Esq.,
BEFORE 4 O'CLOCK P. M., SATURDAY.
FEBRUARY IO. 1883
No two horses can be entered in any race of heats from
the same stables.
Judges John H. Brown, F. S.IPratt and
W. R. Buchanan.
Timer Cecil Brown. .
Clerk of Course James H. Boyd
Starter, Captain A. N. Tripp.
Any information reauirl way be obtained from Cecil
Brows. EJ., to whom all applications for Booths an4
Stalls U)QkJ be made. r . , ,
Entrance to farir FREES TO ALL.' -
Entrance to Grand Stand. SO cents. janl3 d&wtf
MRS: W. II. WILKIXSOX,
103. FORT STRRET
AS imTKRMIVKl) TO OFFER HER
eolire stork of Trimmed and CDtriomed . , ,
HATS arid: BONNETS,
I : - : AND li ' '
Ladies' White & Linen Suits
Large . Discou.iit ;
to order to aiake room lor her
NEW and ELEGANT STOCK
To arrive. This opportunity ia one not often altered,
aa the goods are all in good order, and Mrs.
Wilkinson would earnestly ask br
IIMSPECT THE StTOOK
" i AT HER : '
Greatly Red UCed PriCCiS
10 1116 LadieS 01 HOnOlUlU.
A FTER JAXUARV 1st. '83, MISS ANN IE
MOYLICa Graduate of the Decorative Art Society o
California, will be prepared to
Give lessons in
Kensington Embroidery 5
At 137 Far Sireel.
decSO dk wtf
31 ntr dmtijsfftrufcs..
Oceanic Steamship Corny
THE Al 1BOS STEAilEn
Will Leave Honolulu
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
. This Day (Saturday),
-' "- -"February 17tli.
For Freight or Passage, Having Su
perior Accommodations, Apply to
WM. C. IRWIN & CO..
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
THE CLIPPER BRIGAXTINE
Jno. Dm Spreckels,
- FRIES, Muter,
Will Have Quick Dispatch for the Above
For Freight or Passage apply to
V. G. IRWIV &. CO,
FOR SALE AT
KaaTi n m ann Street.
L A1NE & CO.
Hare Constantly en Hand
IHlay & Qm'm
Of all Kio-ls, which they offer to Purchasers at tke
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Their Stock ia Renewed by Each Arrival from the Coaat.
HAVING A GRIST MILL
TRET ARE PREPARED TO
Of Ail Kinds at Any Time.
qEMIBAI. ASESTS fOB TBS
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company,
State Investment Insurance Company,
The Hoover Telephone Co., the Simplest,
BEST AND CHEAPEST NOW IN USE.
Brocaded Plushes all Color and Shades you will
find at the Honolulu Clothing Emporium of
A. M. Melus, 104 Fort Street.
PACIFIC KAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND,
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
CITY OF NEW YORK,
WILL LEAVE FOR TBE COLONIES
ON OR ABOUT FEBRUARY 18.
For San Francisco.
.1 i ,. iTAifl
CITY OF SYDNEY,
Will LEAVL HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
ON OR ABOUT MARCH 12.
For Freight and Puitg, apply la
H. H ACKFELD Co Ani.
ir laipucni per steuairr run mw
Stored, fri-r of C'liHrgi', la the Plrr.r(
Warrhcu..- nnr I far Sicaiarr Wharf.
MKAr-RS. II. HA iKiCI.I) CO ar n preparv.I t i-
naiun. iitiit on a md ilmiolulu ani San Fran
ciaco lor the round trip.
Oceanic Steamship Com'y.
TIIK A I IRON
i -r r
Will lf?e Ssa Frandsto fur llonolala the 9th Day
f K.ch Jloath. rctaralog: front llonolsls
the;22d Dat of Ef!i Month.
SAN FRANCIS C O AGENTS,
Jno. D. Spreckels Sc Bros.
327 Market Street.
Win. G. Irwin & Co.
Steamer Likelike will leave Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 P. touching at Lahaina, Maalaea Hay, Hakena. Ma.
uukuub, un iiuu, utupaaoenoe ana jhio
Returning will touch at all the above ports, arriving at
tUUUlUlll 7f.U OHIIUVJ A Al
'viik LIKELIHE WILb LEAVE HER
WHAKF at 4 p. m., and NO Freipht will be received
after 3 p. m. Due notice is given of this rule, and tt will
utturiwuui iniYll WILDEB & CO.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
THE OLIPPEK SCHOONER
A. INT N" A.,
Will Have Immediate Dispatch for the
For Freight or Fassage apply to
febS dtf W. d. IRWIN & CO., Agenta.
for San francisco.
THE tT.IPrEU SCHOONER
Ilavos Cuick Dispatch for the
For Freight or Passage apply to
W. G. IK WIN & CO.
Notice to Consignees.
0. S. S. CO'S STEAMER SUEZ
riONSIC.VEES OF CARGO KV THE
V.' above steamer are requested to enter merchandise
at the Custom House, and pay freight at the office of the
undersigned aa soon as possible after tbe arrival of the
steamer, and also to take immediate delivery of their
goods, (feb7 dtf) Vil. i. (UW1.N & CO.
THK STEAM KK
Meet the Steamer LIKELIKE at Mahu
kona every week after December 1st.
Run Regularly on the Kona Coast !
Taking Freight and passengers
no28 dftt wdec2 tf
For farther particulars see
CAPTAIN ON BOARD.
A. FRAlK QOOKE,
CORNER NUUANU & QUEEN' STREETS.
HO.VOL.LLU, II. I.,
a. O 23 1ST T POIl
Tlie Following Pnclccts
K A MOl,
FLAG :-Eed & White Ball !
For Europe via New York.
Two Sailings Every Week
FROM SEW YORK EVERY WEDNESDAY,
FRO II BOSTON EVERY SAKE DAY
RATES OP PASSACE :
? BI.V.. ,.SO nnd lOO GII.I
Acrordiog to Accommodation.
RETIRN TICKETS OX FAVORABLE TERMS.
ST EK RAGE 29 CURRENCY
toQood accommodations can always be secured a application
WILLIAMS. PIMOND k CO.,
JAB. ALEXANDER, San Francisco,
9 8ute Street, Boston,
VERNON H. BROWN A CO.,
4 Bowling Green, New York.
Notice to Passengers (rom Anstralia, New Zealand and IIodo
lata The Canard Line aQords more than osual faoilities to
through passesgers from Trans-Pacific Ports, the frequency of
its sailings precluding all possibility of delay in New York.
Birr Uooi Accommodations always reserred.
VERNON H. BROWN CO..
mar 4 Bowlins Oreen. New York.
O H A S - J-
fcbl d a
The firm of Palmer & Kilbourn is this day dissolved by
JNO. A. PALMER,
W. W. KILBOURN.
Honolulu, January 25, 1883. . , .
J. A. Palmer and Elmer H. Tiiaciier have this day.
formed a Co-partnership under
Honolulu, January 25, 1883.
A COMPETENT DRUG CLERIC OR ACTIVE BITSI
NESS YOUNG MAN. Apply immediately to
No. 113 FORT STREET,
NBA II IIOTEI
Nos. 105 and 107 Fort Street, Honolulu.'
We have just received, per Aberaman, from Glasgow, T-ari- Invoice of
Eno-lisli VEiisic Groocis !
Strings for Every Kind of String Instrument, Etc., Etc
Which, added to our Immense htock Already on Hand, maVea
Makes Our Store THE
As we have now in stock Goods liougbt for 8i.t Cah or the T,e.lln;r Manufacturers of "
Europe, England and America l
It yon want the best makes of any" kind of Musical Ii)Htrunnnts, we Lave them.
Jf yon want laedium priced or the very cheaiet, we have them in stock.
Furniture and Chairs Cheaper Than Anv Otlini T-Totv an.
a . m. ME L.Lvi s:::;
HAS ItECEIYKD PER AUSTRALIA
EPPECIALLT IMIRTKI FOIt THE
CENTS' SUPERIOR DRESS SUITS.
No. 104 Tort Street, Honolulu, II. I.
We have JUST RECEIVED Per
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
LADIES' BUTTON BOOTS,
. TIES, SLIPPERS, Etc.,-
DIRECT FROM PHILADELPHIA.
STRAW & FEJLT BEATS; J
A. W. RICHARDSOIVr dS CO.,
CTi Gents' Silk Suspenders (something new)
will be sold during tke Holidays at the Honolulu
Clothing Emporium of A. M. XTellis, 104 For
F fl S M E L'.
the firm name of
J. A. PALMER,
E. H. THACHER.
Place to PixrcTionn.
Descnplio . t k ; '
ANI) HVKZ A BEAUTIFUL LOT OF
AND TRIMMINGS, '
COItNER FOItT & MEItCIIANT STItEETS.
BaT A very large assortment of fine whit
embroideries at figures never offered before, afc
Chs. J. Fish el's porta b stoke.