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1 ' Importers and Dealers in
pfardWrara, Agricultural Implements,
House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Vnrnislics, &c.
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Hammocks from $2 to $7.50.
Wo have lately received several invoices of
Plows, made specially for the Island trade,
by the Mollne Plow Co., and are still able to furnish all styles nnd sizes, with
extra parts, at lowest prices.
I.gf?'.- In addition to our regular stocK, WHICH is more complete man ever uci ore,
v,,; i.wo nave rcccivcu many 'aw muxi&a 10 wiiiciv ive invite uiu uimuuuu ui uuyurs.
'At the 'Lowest Prices ever offered in the market.
25 ' . .DILLINGHAM & CO., Fort Street.
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Rolls of first class China Mat
ting, just received bv
19 A. 8. CLEGHORN & Co.
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)iic'a AVashingtoJi correspondent
says : An tiffort; is being mndo to
effect a. termination of tho" treaty
with the Kingdom of Hawaii. In
spite of the resolutions pnsscd in
New York indorsing the movement
there has been developed no clement
in Congress, that is known so far,
which favors such action on the part
of this Government, except from
Louisiana. The question of sugar
protection being vital to the leading
industry of that State, Congressmen
from that part of the country are
unanimous in its favor, and Gibson
lias a measure looking to the accom
plishment of its abrogation. It was
expected, it is claimed by members
from the sugar districts, that the
Republican party would support
their measures on the Jscore of the
tariff, but leading Congressmen on
this side of the House have quite
generally expressed themselves as
ojlposcd to the proposition in ad
vance. There has. be.cn an attempt
made to work up a hostile feeling
against the treat', on the ground
that the Pacific Railroad corpora
tions, and the San Francisco import
ers have made a combination, tho
result of which was that trans-conti
nental freight was put so high that
Sandwich Island sugar could bo sold
at as high a rate as any other on the
Pacific Coast, if tho absence of duty
did not cheapen the article to con
sumers. Whether this is so or nott
it does not seem to have taken hold
of Congress, and apparently will not
effect the action on the subject.
Panama, Feb. 10. The difficulty
between Guatemala and France,
arising from an assault on an at
tache of the French Legation, has
been compromised in Paris. It is
stated that Guatemala is to give sat
isfaction. Tho orders for the French
frigate to proceed to Guatemala
have been countermanded.
Union Feed Company
Largest and Best Stock
G. II. ROBERTSON.
Drayman best teams
Telephone No. 05. 15
HAY, GEAIN AND FEE
Of all description, and guarantees to keep a full supply
constantly on hand.
25 PSend orders to A. V. BUSH, Fort St.', Honolulu ?&&
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WOUN is the
ARGOSY SUSPENDER, v
For sale at
A. W. RiciunDSON's,
TROWN & PHILLIPS, Practical
-L Plumbeis, Gas Fitters and Copper
smiths, No, 18'Nuuiiniibt., Honolulu.
House and Ship Job Work promptly
QHARLES T. GULICK,
Agent to take Acknowledgments to
AND GEXKIUL IJUSIXI588 AGEJfT.
OlHee, In Maktie'i. lllock, conuar.Quoeu
and Kauliumaim street?, Honolulu. . 21
TELEPHONE N03.179 connects
with Wells' New Music Store!
If you want your Pianos tuned, ring
us up I 18
TUST RECEIVED "THE LAND
u of tho Mldniaht Sun,". Summer
ind Winter journeys through
Sweden, Norway, Lapland and
Northern Finland; by. Paul B. Du
Chaillu, with-nmp and 285 illustra
tions. Price, 3 vols, $7,50.
J .' W. BOBEnxsoN & Co.
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" TREADAJin'ES, OR ADE
,JL MONST11ATION of the ex
istence of men before Adam," with
charts and illustrations, ly Alex.
Winchell, LL.D. Bound la clotb,
Price $3.75. For sale. by
W. ItOIUSBTSOK & 0.