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DLIiIiffajIAM' & GO.
j. H lnportcwniUoalclii j
House KurnWiing Good's, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c.
' Hmmnoclcsifrom $2 to $7.50.
We have'la'tcly recehed several Invoices of I
w. - Plows, made socially for, the Island trade,
by the proline Plow ,Co., and are 'still able to furnish all styles and sizes, with
xtra parts, at lowest pficos. ' ' ' '
.In addition to , our regular Stock, which Is more complete than ever before,
-wc have tcccI ed many NOVELTIES to which wo Invito the attention of buyers.
f .-JL JPlno JLine of.Xtcvolvera
At tlic Lowest Prices ever offered in the market. ,
25 ., . , DILLINGHAM & CO., Fort Street.
Tho tld that comes to us from
the Mississippi is a very dreadful
one. From tho upper SU Francis
River in tho northeast of Arkansas,
past Helena, through Mnuison
county ana down to batches tho
story is all tlio same death, inun
dation and starvation. Among tho
horrors of tho Mississippi floods wo
read lhat "in tho northcrri section
people aro actually eating tho
drowned carcases of cattlo. Sovcnty
thousand people arc calling for ra
tions in Louisiana alone, and wholo
towns havo been swept away by tho
bursting oi levees. Uov. Moiincry
has as yet mado no special call for
aid, and tho floods aro said to be
subsiding at Memphis and other
points, but tho hundreds of milos
which will bo left covered with
black slime, carcases of cattle and
human bodies, augucs most unfavor
ably for tho health of that section of
country for some time to come. Be
tween drowning and starvation, tho
loss of lifo bids fair to bo most
serious. Alia California, Mar.'21
"THE VEBVICT OF GUILTY!
All Ladies having visited 'tho
CALIFORNIA 0 NE PRICE BAZAR.
, ,, , i During he last week have' found us guilty of
. Selling' Goods at Slaughtering Prices !
111 addition to our 'large -and ncw'stock'of Staple Dry Goods, wo have
opened one of iho hiost elegant collections of
Shoes ! Shoes ! Shoes !
Ever placed befoic tho Ladies of'this city, surpassing inequality nnd'price
A full lino of the
" SaraH Br'enli&rdt Sandals."
. CHAS. J. .FISHEI,,
t i 51 1 1 pornerOf Fort and IJolel Sts.
' , Importer ind Dealer In ? i- ?
Qlothingf Boots und ShoesrPerfumer-y,
Tollfc Articles, Pocket Cutlery, etc., etc.
Gents FurnisJiing jGoods, Trunks, Valises,
'Traveling nags, Watches, Diamonds, Jewclcry and Slhcr-warc, etc.
Northeast Corner of Fort and Merchant sta., Honolulu. '
AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT
Can always bo found
Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Goods,
Gent's Bilk Under Shirts and. Drawers, .,
Gent's Dressing Robes and Smoking Jackets,
Gent's Silk Socks, Caps, " Smokers", Clgarettc-Caps,
Gent's Elegant Tweed Water-proof Coats, Japanese Ratn'Coats,
Alpaca Water-proof Coats, Rubber Legging,
An elegant line of Ladles' and Gcntja Silk Neck and Pocket Hdkfs, fancy colors.
TELEPHONE NO. 179 connects
with Wells' New Musio Store!
If yon want your Plahos tuned, ring
us up! 13
TITILDER & Co., Dealers in
' ' Lumber, Paints, Oils, Nails, Salt
and Building Materials of every kind,
cor. Port and Queen sts., Honolulu. 1
Iicbort Lewom, O. I!. Cooke.
L EWERS & COOKE,
(successors to Lcwcrs & Dickson,)
Importers and Dnalors in Lumber and all
kinds of Building Materials, Fort street,
Just Received, Including
and a largo variety of patterns of
Por Sale by
0 lw Lkweus & COOKE.
. ,M., McINERNY.
HONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
u ' r. ii
Nd. 104 FORT STREET.
A few facts -worto knowing; Read !. Road ! ! Read I ! !
P. 0. Box 18374. office OF ri Capital $3,000,000!
The International Clothing Conipany,
' Corner of Broadway, and Bropift Streets.
A. M. MELLIS, Esq.,' h . New You'k City, Dec. Cth, 1881.
Honolulu, Sandwich Islands, '" " '
Dear Sir : Your valued favor of .November 18th Is to hand, containing your
order to' which we have given our closest attention, and you may rest assuied "wo
have spared no pains to make this Initial older satisfactory, ha Ing closely fol
lowed your Instruction's, sincerely hoping, by fair dealing to, secure your ,untlro
patronage ln'thb Clothing JLine. r , ' ,"
Wfi aro.wllllng to make you our Special Agent for.tho Hawaiian Islands, and
consequently can offer'yo"it Special Inducements pn,prlccs,,as wo aic thoroughly
satisfied that a proper representation of our gbods.wllt, as has always been tho
case In tho .past, take precedence aboc alIAthor makes of Ready Made Clothing,
as we are here, driving oiir'coiripetltors; out, of the market., t ,
We 'Incloae'you a large ahd varied selection of samples of our Spring and
Summer StocK tor JBBZ now ucing nianuiacturcu. -iiiey comprisuraany xtuveiuus
especially adapted for the 1
and arc i
the Tipplcal Climes.
A new lot just received by
J. W. Robertson & Co.
J CLOTHING EMPORIUM I
( ' Jusi Received, a new'llne of Lddles',
if - Gont's and Children's ' ' . k
At AnaU MJ3LLIS', .
42 lw 104 Fort Street.
-Ulill( Til .In i ill ji,,7Tn . '
...ice ueuveredLto all,parts,of tho
l.ll8hlpplng supplied Ih qiuxntitlbs
itilt; Tdleplione, No. 6S.f OMcC'at
tii Htiitr rrriion
a vir ig
'A iWSESflin , h , innTnrn'ran-Nr
in i -ssgJSEaSiL Drayman bestnbams
.'fiDoin aown.bit'elephone NoDS.' ,)r 15
' itj- m- j i t ' ' " .i i ""' TT ' ' ' '
i A L L PERSONS- PEEKING
-t- Employment, nnd all parties either
-),! thQ1Goup in nut(,Qf,E'piployees -will'
- Jni.pIea?o muke ,tl)ft(r wnjlis known jtfajthd'
uuviiicitsuuu, wiiu win fjf), an, ,in ineir
power to fill their orders',
HP,-. 9?, JP9eft irA 9: Atherton, Jlfc,
Dillinfelmhi, EmIll6ymentComtalttee, y
M1.' C.i Ai ' " ) --. ' j
. i7 ,? M(,Inerny,To. 71 PortsU, aboc
t .if ?l0,el str,cct;'kcct)s always oh hnnd an as)
;J1Q Bortmcnt'oftho best French and X'alifor.
nia manufactured confectionery, -"whloh
ho offers for sale to the trade or at retail,
01 'nt1 reduced prices; also tlio best brands of
. .1 choice cigars to "be had -in,the market.
) ,u a iibidmsi. ico cream, soaaiwater arfd cord.
-ii iO lalflTrrCall and try th'ciq,
),J '" y. VTrtMnY'rT-!..
j oi nuii ul UIj.U
t.t? n j
iWorks GOT Stamr-enrincs: silimr
. - 1M1 m Mix l.ntl 1 . ' .
description, inttdo ,t0j .order. Particular
attention' paid to 'ship's bteiksmlthingV
' Job fforkiaxecutcd on short notice. 1
T(lORSALEJ-A''PlECE OF LANJ?
.if ut. '. r ""S,ilS1Jr.H'Oi?vaniore,iCpn-
";,l,nbV''fcncc;'rfor knb'Wu vhole or in
- 'parts'. 'Ii .rj'jni ii u i(if ii j ,,, '
OT 'jTALEjTrr J7JB hbbbiises in
lu ..by..aiudeu,, Inquire of
iDriiik Palmer & Cos
1 t 75 (ients per dozen.
Redwood and Cedar
iy PEET LONG, for Bale In any quan-
I uucs, uy
Allkn S, Robinson.
Wc'have shinned "vouncoods as requested Ma Panama.iSan Francisco, and by
steamer to the care of your Agents, and you wjll find in this letter your bill of
lading, &c. Hoping for an early, contlnu'duco' of your'patronage. '
We femaln.Jvcry truly jourS, .(
The International Olothing Co.,' .t,- DOALD.PITZERALD, President.
N. B.' As It is,my ilntenslQn. to visit tho colbnles .of Australia shortly, I shall
stop to sec yon on my way. Yours above. " i
With tho abpvo I taka pleasure in Informing iho public that I havo
opened a,fullwline of Boots, Shoes, and S)lpp,ers of all description and
styiu, wiuuii J. win bun ui us mwur. pnpo ua una miu&cii win uuuui.
Thanking the"" public ''in' general for. past favors 'receivdd, I shall i
aeavor, as nerutoioru, u piunse muiiiwitirmuir wuma;
54 , A. M. MELLIS, 104 IForti St., (Brewer's Block.)
J- WORN Is tho
k JL i i .
Tot sale at
1 ' A'. Wl Richardson's.
.in t and Builder,
Honolulu Steam Planlng'Mllls, Espla
all .ill ; i aide, Honolulu. -
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
riBrackots, Window FramcH, Blinds,
Sashes, Doors, and all kinds of Wood
workflntsln Turning, Scroll and Band
Sawing. All kinds of Sawing and Plan
iug,,MortlLlng and Tenanting.
OrdciB-prQuiptly attended to and work
guaranteed. Orders from tho other Is
lauds solicited. 21
XYIREiMAN'S FUND INSUR-
ANCE COMPANY of San Prap-
(MRPA- fVlrn ntirl XlnltiA nnf-l, ...xtt.il
Gold, 500,000. Dwelling risks a spu
cliUty.iDetaclied dwellings and contents
niAllllllina 111 lli iimin 1). i. nll.w..,...11
Jlnes on carefully selected llbks, well
T- TX.XM " ii;io lliucillljlljr dvuuuu IV
none. Losses pioniptly adjusted.
Bisnor & Co., Agents, for tho
10 ' Hawaiian Islands.
gOLLTSTER '&' Co., Wholesalo
mid Retail Druggists, and Import
ers of Pino Tobaccos and Cigais, and
Manufauiuers of .Soda, 'Water, Olnger
Alo, c,tl6.o. , i 18
Pencil Holders, h Bruco mht-
"V. S. Luce.
Something New, 15 cents each, for sale
by J. W. Robertson & Co.
14 Fort St.,
Importer and Dealer In
1 M .F i
Ladles', Misses'1and Cldldrens'
jShoes and 'Slippers!
r Boots .aniP Shoes !
'! . II
Just Recelycd, ex steamer City of New
Direct from Philadelphia,
A very superior assortment of ""l
BOOTS & SHOES-!
BGivis Me a CAiAa
TUST RECEIVED "TIIE LAND
u of the Mtdnlchf, Bun," Summer
ind Winter Journeys through
Sweden, "Norwuy, Lapland and
Northern Finland: by Paul B. Du
Chaillu, with mup and 235 Illustra
tions. Price, 2 vols, -$7.'60. ,
J7 W'. Roukutson & Co.
Trial Balance Paner.
i '. ' i. x i-j
A new lot just received by f ,
J. W. RouEnTa6N &, Co.
' PREADAMITE9, OR A DE-
MONSTHATION of tlio ex
istence of men boforo Adam," -with
uiiuiia uiiu iiuitiuaiions. ny Alex,
AVlncliell, LL.D. Bound lu cloth,
Pilce 3.75, Por sale by
) w. ROllEHTSON & C.
Union Feed Company
Largest and Best Stock
'" '- ' ' ' ' , ' ' i'1 7"
-Of all description, andguarantees to Jcccp,a full supply
constantly on hand.
rx- - if nwr
B"Send orders to A. "W. BUSH, Tort St., Honolulu.
Tfn 'I" fir rut rnt'iitr r
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j i LC iafllfiiri
'iiA 11 JuriiiaJLJ.
i'DOl'H tor i 5 HIC !
ti ' " ' i -t i'i'I ii-. r p, ,
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Catl arid Meet QMfWyW'Mfo If
And avoldtlio rlskTiu'd'ckpenbe.from ordering abroad. '
' m , , II
At 107 Fprt Street yqu will ilnd tho
u 1 1
Largest ,Stppk of.Mu'sical Merchandise
1 iBver'seen'In'thls Kingdom, Including the,, " t
SteinwayPiaiibs, tibiw$teh;(liiaiios, l
LA Ti 3 A kI . 8S?&4 nos( Hseher Pianos,
Westermeier Pianos, and
"Woodward & Brown Pianos.
Also, a huge stock of OKOANS ranging from 15 to 8250. '
GEO. F. WELLS,
25 ,, lll4i'b 107 Fjort Street, Honolulu.