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DILLINGrHAM & CO.
' Importers and Dealers In
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Vni nishes, &c.
Have Just recched troni New Yotk. n full assortment uf
I- New and Desirable Tools & Shelf Hardware
"WoMciiliolnr 1X1. Knhesaud Razors,
uanicu Muun-. MtuiiDs' ilk'H, till kinds una sin's; lliihbook's Wlilt T.e.iil
an I .luc, llttbbock's pale boiled oil, dry paluK ptuuuiti e titn.
Kino ground black lend, lump alum, eiriiut'lletl sntiu'pin-.
Tinned saucepans, fry iran. tea kettles, irnlv.iiilsetl lni.-kot.
Tub mid basin, Rabbit metal, hoxlgoit and nu.iie nuts,
Sheet tine, perforated and plain; n Inie anxot tiuunt of
Door Mats, Fifth Lines and Twine,
Limerick llmiks, ill neodliw, top ill chains, roofing hwiv, i-.it triipo,
lllee line. Oh mioN skill, dandy buihliox. h mil bellows, anvils. lsos, etc.
WIRE ! Koncu w,w :SXft,,gdhMld WIRE !
Wo have lately rccehed several Invoices of
Plows, made specially for the Island trade,
by the Mollno Plow Co., and are still able to furnish all styles and sbes, with
extra parts, at lowest prices.
In uddltlon to our regular stock, which Is more complete than ever before,
we have received many NOVELTIES to which wo Invito tho attention of buyers.
25 DILLINGHAM & CO., Fott Street.
All Ladies having visited the
CALIFORNIA ONE PRICE BAZAR,
During the last week have found H3 guilty of
Selling Goods at Slaughtering Prices !
p In nddition to our largo and now
openou one 01 ino most ciegant collections of
Shoes ! Shoes ! Shoes I
Ever placed before the Ladies of this city, surpassing in quality and price
,) A full line of the
" Sarah Brenhardt Sandals."
8-GIVE US A CALL.a
CIIA3. J. FISHEL,
44 Corner of Fort and Hotel Sts.
MRS. MELLIS' .
UV TV m..i i .,
uress. uioaK ana mantle
No. 104 Fort Street (55) Honolulu
l-V TTOATxTR Cnr.TrntT
' 14 Fort St.. I Honolulu.
3V ' Importer and Dealer In
Ps' , Ladles', Misses aud Childrcns
'i Shoes and Slippers!
Gentleman's and Youth's
ft Boots aistd Shoes !
JuBt Rccehed, ex steamer City of Now
IK. litvMif. fvnitn. Tlltltti1olmltir.
A very superior assortment of
BOOTS & SHOES !
ygyoivE mk a Caix-j
TTONOLULU If'V TWAMiTWAm'nnv
JlL Ico delivered to all parts of tlio
City. Shipping supplied In quantities
'".HJ'lt. Telephone, No. 68. Ollleo at
Wilder & L'o.'a. 18
FOR SALE, a No. 2
Warehouse Feed Mill
Grinds from 1 to 2 tons per day.
Also, pulleys, belts, etc., all In Rood
orderj can bo ran by steam or horse
power, just the artlclo for a plantation.
HAY, OATS, CORN,
Wheat, Uran, Bailey, Whole nndl
wound, mixed Feed, etc.
AS UHEA1LAS THE oniOAPKfi
wwiiwfiwAuifi ce.uo,. iJiron at
KflklJlJ6A'viwA . " -i i7l . . .. SAt
Wnite & Butcher's Burnt -i.
stock of Staple Dry Goods, wo have
. Drink Palmer & Co.'s
75 cents per dozen. 43
Lilikalani Manifesto !
of February, 1882,
Translated by II. L. Slieldonj published
by T. G. Thrum.
Price, : : 38 cents.
May be had at J. W. Ilobertsou & Co's.
Californian Mules !
Expected per Ludy Lampson.
B8 Apply to C. Brow er & Co.
THE UEST SUSPENDER
WOUN Is the
For sale at
A. W. HiCHAitnsoN's.
Honolulu Kteniu Pinning Mills, Espla
SraiiufactureN all Kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Frames, Blinds,
Sashes, Doois, and all Kinds of Wood
woiklliilsli. Tnriilns, Scioll and Band
H.iw Injr. n Kinds of Saw Ing and Pl.in
iuj:. ilortleljig mid Tciuuitliig.
Orderspiouiptlyatti irdcdtonml work
cuar.mteed.. Orders from tbu oilier 1.
liiiirl.-t Miltnliiwl1 . l .&& ... . .' oft
.liJttr 1 Bib k
t "", ,r TrTimii-KMi'y'f . i.-nr . .t
The railroad caw are busily at
work conveying tnatciial from the
base of Punchbowl for the site of the
marine railway foot of South Street.
On the route they cross Hcj-clania
and King Streets, their approach be
ing untitled by either the ringing of a
bell or the whistle of the locomotive.
There is no small amount of tiavel on
the two streets named, besides on
Alapai street which connects the two,
and it is suggested as a precaution
against possible accidents through
skittish horses, that in addition to
the bell or whistle, a man should be
stationed at the crossing to wave
a Hag on the approach of a train of
Wo rend in the San Francisco
papers that Brigadier-General W.
II. Dimond, of the Second Brigade,
was serenaded on the evening of
Apiil 5th, at his residence, Jones
htrcet, by the First Infantry and
Second Artillery Hands. The sere
nade was tendered bj' all the officers
of the Biigadc, and the party to the
number of 150 sat down to a col
lation. KAMEHAMEHA DAT ! !
Juno 10th mid 12th, 1882.
Tho follow ins gentlemen comprise
the Commlttco of Arrangements :
'W. G. InwiN, Ckcil Browx,
II. K. Macfaklane, Cupt. A. N. Tbiit,
James J) odd.
Leahi Cup, $40
Jluie Itaco; mlledasb; free to all;
catch woljxbts. Entraucc. 85.
Kapiolani Plate, $100
ior Hawaiian lned liorscs; mile
dash; catch weights. Entiance. 810.
King's Plate, $125
tor tliree-year-olds; open to all;
bet 2 In 3; tocairy 100 lbs. En
Park Gup, $75
8-4 of mile; free for all two-year-olds
bred In tho Kingdom; catch
weights. Entrance, 910.
Reciprocity Plate, $100 '
Trotting Race : mile heats: best 3 In
ii to uuruess; irec to au norscs mat
have not a better lecord than 2:40
In any public race In this Klugdom.
Queen Emma Plate, $100
Running Race; 8-4 mile dash; freo
for all to carry 100 lbs. Entrance,
Express Cup, 875
Free to all liorscs that ha o been
driven In a public hack six months
prelous to this 11th of June. En
trance, 810. "
Kamehameha Plate, $200
Trotting Race; mile heats; bests In
5 to harness; freo for all. Entrance,
Lunamakaainana Plate, 8100
One and a half mile dash; free for
all to carry 100 lbs. Entiance, 81B.
Regent's Plato, 8100
Free to all horsos bred In tho King
dom; best 2 In 3; catch weights.
Pony Race Cup, 850
Ono mile dash; open to all ponies
bred in tho Kingdom, not ove 13 1-2
hunds high; catch weights. Eu
Kaiulani Cup, 875
Hurdle Race; one mllo dash, 4 hur
dles; freo for all; catch weights.
Donkey Race Cup, 825
Freo for all ; each man to rldo his
nclghboi ' donkey, tho hist ono un
der tho wire wins.
Also, a Bicycle, Tricycle, and Foot
Race, for 200 yards, for medals and a
C"l't ' '
' All horses entered for these races will
bo under tho control of tho judges, and
their decision will bo final.
All 1 milling races will bo under the
rulcs.of the Facillu Bhfod Hoise Acsool
atlon, excepting as to weights.
All tiottlng races will bo under tho
rules of the National Trotting Associa
tion. All horses to carry it i Idnr.
V pool selling on the Paik giounds
All-horses that arc sold In pools will bo
lu order to secure and maintain ordor.
no ,0110 will bo allowed on the track
without tho association badge, which
can be obtained on tho grounds.
Permits to train horse on the Park
track can bo obtained from, iMr. II, H.
Macfailauo. Joekles' colorA must ac
company entrance fees. AHftptrles to
close Saturday, Junu3id.
It is also planned to have nn exhibi
tion of stock.
II. A. Wiw-man, Chairman,
"' E. A. I'khick, Secretary t
' Native Hats. v
Just rmlu-q from Konn, Hawaii, a flnn
! -J .lot cf Loiilu Hats.
Pl w A. 8. Cleehorii'-t'Co,
Importer and Dealer In
Clothing," Boots and Shoes, Perfumery,
Toilet Articles, Pocket Cutlery, etc., etc.
Qmttf Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Traveling Bags, Watches, Diamonds, Jewclory and Silver-ware, otc.
Northeast Corner of Fort and Merchant sts., Honolulu.
AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT
Can alwajs be found
Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Goods,
JUST RECEIVED, ex " Forest Queen,"
T,w"ee'&f'($; Cashmere Suits of various patterns
The llncst suits ever offered In this market.
Also, Elegant Bluo Flannel Suits. BQf- Just call and examine these goods and
then coinpate them with tho trash" offered you by the
"Gas-bags" of the town.
April 12 (82) M. McINERNY.
Gents, JJadics' and Children's Furnishing Goods.
HONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
No. 10 1 FORT STREET.
B" READ AND BE CONVINCED-
P. O. Box 18374.
The International Clothing Company,
Corner of Broadway and Bioom Streets.
A. M. MELLIS, Esq., Nnw York Citv, Dec. Cth, 1881.
Honolulu, Sandwich Islands,
Dear Sir: Your valued favor of November 18th Is to hand, containing your
order to which we hae glen our closest attention, and you may rest assured wo
have spared no pains to make this Initial oidci satisfactory, having clqsoly fol
lowed your Instructions, sincerely hoplug by fair dealing to secuto jour cutlro,
patronage in the Clothing Line.
Wo arc willing to make you our Special Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, and
consequently can offer you Speei.il Inducements on prices, as we mo thoroughly
satisfied that a proper lepreseutitlon of om goods will, as has always been tho
case hi tho past, take precedence above all other makes of Ready Made Clothing,
as we are here, dilving our competitors out of tho 111:11 kot.
0 Inclose you n large and varied selection of s'linples of our Spring and
Summer Stock for 1882 now being manufactured. They comprise many Novelties
nnd'are especially adapted for theTiopical Climes.
We have shipped your goods as requested via Panama, San Francisco, and by
6teamer to the euro of your Agents, and you will find in this letter your bill of
lading, &c. Hoping for an eaily continuance of our imtronago.
n "Wo remain, very trulv yours,
, Tho International Clothing Co., DONALD FITZKRALD, President.
N. B. As it Is my intension to visit tho colonies of Australia shortly, I shall
stop to see you on my way. ' Yours above.
"With tho above I tako pleasure in informing the public that I havo
opened a full lino of
3E5oots, Slioes and Slippers
of all descriptions and btyles, which I will sell at as lower price as this
market will admit. Thanking tho public in general for past favors re
ceived, I fahall endeavor, as heretofore, to please them with their wants.
51 A. M. MELLIS, 104 Fort St., (Brewer's Block.)
Largest and Best Stock
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED
Of all description, and guarantees to keep a full supply
constantly on hand.
Uvy oenu oruurb 10
Call and Select one for yourself,
And avoid tho risk and expense from oidcrlng abroad.
Al 107 Foit Street vou will find the
Largest Stock of Musical Merchandise
Ever seen in tills Kingdom, lueluding tho
Steinway Pianos, Mathushek Pianos,
Weber Pianos, Fischer Pianos, '
estermeief Pianos, and '
. - w oodward & Brown Pianos.
x Al, a laige stock of ORGANS, ranging from 45 to 80.
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i,.,,;., j.: .j ru j . .
and Fancy Articles.
A. W. Bush.
i. vr. uuon, roix 01., xionoiuiu. -, i
Shipped direct to
GEO. P. WELLS'
-GEO. "IF. WELLS.
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