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Importers and Dealers In
Hardware; j Agricultural-. Implements,
House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c
Ilavo Just received from New York, a full assortment of
New and Desirable Tools & Shelf Hardware
Also, f rain London,
Woitcnliolmta 1XL Knives and llnror. Wntlo A Butcher's Itnrors,
- Uanlru Shears. Stubbs' Flics, all kinds and sixes; HubboeU's White Lead
mid 7An Hubbock's pale boiled oil, dry paluts. pummlcu stone,
Kino ground bluuk lead, lump alum, enamelled saucepans,
Tinned saucepans, fry.pans, tea kettles, galvanized buckets.
Tubs and basins, Babbit metal, hcxlgon and square nuts,
Sheet xlmvperforatrd ami plain; a large assortment of
' ' Door Mats, 'Fish Lines and Twine,
Ltmerlck Hooks, gall necdtcii, topsail chains, mollnc screws, rat traps,
lllce hoesj Chamois skins, 'dandy bruslms, hand bellows, auvils, vises, etc.
,MWERE ! - WIRE !
Wo have lately received several Invoices of
Plows, madespeoially for the 'Island trade,
by the Mollnc Plow. Co., and are still able to furnish all styles and sizes, with
extra parts, at lowest prices,
In addition to our regular stock, which is inoro complete tlmn ever before,
we have received many NOVELTIES to which we invito the attention of buyers.
25 DlLlNGlIAftr& CO., Fort Street.
'" THE VJEEDIGT
All Ladies having visited tlio
CALIFORNIA ONE PRICE BAZAR,
During tho last week havo found us guilty of
Selling Goods at Slaughtering Prices !
In addition to our large itnd now stock of Staplo Dry Goods, wc havo
opened one of tho most elegant collections of
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!
Ever placed beforo the Ladies of this city, surpassing in quality and price
A full line of tho
" Sarah Brenhardt Sandals."
JB"GIVE US A CALE:-a
v CHAS. J. FISHEL,
44 Corner of Fort and Hotel Sts.
p - ."Dress. Cloak and" Mantle
"No.1 104 Fort Street-(55) Honolulu
144 Fort St., K" Honolulu,
Importer and Dealer In
Ladies', Misses' and Ckildrens' '
m 33hoc8 and 'Slippers'!
Gontlcman's and Youth's
irt l-snflTS A -NTH JSTTrtTCH I .
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p i- Just Bocclvcd, exsteomor City of Now
' i "Direct from '-PhiZadelpMa,
A Vfrv RlinoHnr nctmrtniuiit rt
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"' VYiFTONOr'ur'u ICE MANUFACTORY.
V" i-jiJJ- Ico delivered to nil parts of tho
'tfy'"'' "ii""B "iipeu in ijuanuucs
fi to suit. Telephone, No. 68. OJllce at
, Wilder. & Co.'s. 18
FOB SALE, a No. 2
Warehouse Feed Mill
Grinds from I to 2 tons per day.
Also, pulleys, belts, etc., all In good
order; can bo run by steam or liorso
'power, just tho nrtlclo for a plantation.
MHAY, OATS, CORN,
' vWIieat, Bran, Hurley, Whole und
' Ground, Mixed Feed, etc.
' i'j A CiriTTTO A I) An mnn ittti A nnnn.
Wf JSir "" l niJ wniiAi-ii&T
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kuixncj ix, vo., oi x'ort St.
fowfttfSrte. ,4 J
iirink Paimor & Co.'s
75 cents per dozen. 43
, THE CELEBRATED
Lilikalani Manifesto !
Translated by IL L. Sheldon; published
by T. G. Thrum.
Price, : : 2S cents.
May bo had at J. W. Robertson & Co's,
Expected per Lady Lampson.
58 Apply to C. Brewer &&o.
THE BEST SUSPENDER
WORN Is tho
For srilo at "
A. W. RiciiAnnsoN's.
Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, Espla
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Frames, Winds,
Sashes, Doors, and all kinds of Wood
wort; finish. Turning, Sciollnnd Bund
Ha ing. All kinds of Sawing and rian-
liu Morticing and Tenantlinr.
(Xrilers promptly attended to anil ork
mnitautei'd. Oidcrs from tho other l
lanils solicited. ' til
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Vanity Fnfr of March 4th, savs :
The statistics of the last census ahow
that vre have nn army of 700,000
habitual drunkards iu the United)
Stat, 100.000 of whom arc ill tho
prisons and 300,000 iu the Alms
houses; and 800,000 children of
drunkards nro dependent on prhntc
or public charity for suppoit in
hole or in part. Besides this,
more rnoucv is exnended for intox
icating' liquors than or educational
purposes, food and clothing. And
what is equally as had, carcuilly ex
amined statistics prove that our
Insane Asylums arc filled with
ictims of iutcmpcrancc. Tho in
sanity of a majority of the inmates
is attributed to intoxicatinir hnuora.
To support these institutions of
charity and crime, tho ueonlc nro
burdened with taxes. Sabbnth
breaking has had much to "do with
increasing tho army of drunkards.
' PIONEER' STEAM
F. HORN, Practical bonfcctloner, Pastry
cook anu nuKcr.
No. 71 Hotl st. .Telephono 74. DO
Juno 10th and 12th, 1882.
Tho following gentlemen eomprlso
the Committee of Arrangements:
W. Q. Iuwin, Ckcil Buown,
II. R. Macfaulane, Capt. A. N. Tnipr,
LeaH Cup, $40--
juuic tuicc; mite uasn; icco to all;
catch weights. Entrance. 8fi.
Sapiqlanl -Plate, $100
i?or nawauan oreu norscs; mile
drtsh: eatch'welshts. Entrance. 810.
King's Plate,. $125
ior tnreo-ycar-oiusj open to all;
best, 2 In 3; to carry 100 lbs. En
trance. 815. . '
Park Cup, $75
3-4 of mile; frco for all two-year-olds
bred In tho Kingdom;' catch
wcichts. Entrance. 810.
Eeclproclty'Plate, $100 '
i. roiling juice; nine iicnts; pest 3 in
5 to harness; free to all horses that
have not a better record than'2:40
. In any public race in this Kingdom.
Entrance, 815. '
Queen Emma Plate,'"$100
Sunning Unco; 84 mile dash: free
lor all to carry 100 lbs. Entrance,
Expresa Cup, 4875
Freo to all horses that havo been
driven in a public hnclc six months
previous to this 11th of Juno'. En
Eamehamsha Plato, 'S200
Trotting Sato; mllo heats; best 8 in
5 to harness; freo for all. Entrance,
Luriamakaainana Plate, $100 ,
Onfl audi a half mllo daHh; frco far
an to cany 100 lbs. 'Entranco. 818.
'Regent's Plate, 100
xtqo w nn norscs oreu in the King
dom; best 2 in 8y catoh weights.
Pony Eace Cup, 850
One' mile' dash; 'open to all ponies
bred In tho Kingdom, notoi or 13 1-2
liands high; catch weights. 'En
tance, 86. . rrt
Zaiulani Cup, $75 '
nurdlo Enco; pno mllo dash, 4 hur-,
dies; frco for all; catch wclghti.
Entrance, 810. ;
Donkey Eaoa Cup, 825 ' -
Free for all; each man to rldo his
nolglibor's donkey, tho lust ono un
der tho wire wins. t'f
Also, a BIcvolc. Trlevdn. and Vnnt
Race,r for 200 yards, for nidduls ' nml n
bo under thij'cbntrol pf tho iudgos,"and
their declslon'wlll bo mini. !
All iinrHOR pnrnrori rnr rimun ranna .in
ah running races will Do under tho
rules of thu Pncllle nioo(l noree Associ
ation, excepting as to Ayelghts.
All tiotting races will bo under tho
rules of tho National Tiottlng Associa
tion. Allhornes to carry a ilder.
No pool soiling ontluiPaik grounds
All hoi sen that are sold In pools iiill ho
IU Order tO SCCIlrn mill lmlllltntll nnia.
no one will be allowed on tho truck
wlthQut tho association badge, which
din uu uiiiuiiitHi nn mo grounds.
Permits to train lioionn nn tim l'nrt-
traek can bo obtained from Mr. II, It.
Mncfniluiiu, Jockies1 colorrt must ac
company entrance fees. All entries to
cIomi Snlunl iy, Jiiim Ilrd.
It I? ko planned to havo nn exhibi
tion of block.
II. A. Wiiikmak, Chalnnon. ,
07 1j. A. Pi.iKCf, Becielary. "
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.' M. M'CINERNT,
Importer and Dealer in
GlbtMngf Boots and ShoesPerfumery,
Toilet Articles, Pocket Cutlery, etc., etc.
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Traveling Hags, Watches, Diamonds, Jewclcry and Silver-ware, etc.
Northeast Comer of Fort and Merchant sts., Honolulu.
AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT
Catt "always bo found
Full Lines of Superior 'Furnishing Goods,
JUST RECEIVED, ox "Forest Queen,"
Tweed & Cashmere Suits of various patterns
Tho finest suite ever offered in this market.
Also, Elegant Slue Flannel Shits. BST Just call and cxamluo theso goods and
then compare them with tho " trash' offered you by tho
"Gas-bags" of tho town.
April 12 (82) M. McINEBNY.
Gent 8 1 Ladies'1 and Children's JFumilsJiinf Goods.
HONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
No. 104 FORT STREET.
' jr'READ AND B'E' CONVINCEiD-a
P.'O. Box 18374. iOFFlCK
The International; Clothing Company,
, Corner of Broadway and Broom Streets.
A. M1. MELLIS, Esq., .
Honolulu, sandwich isianus, , ,
Dear Sir: Vour valul-d'favo'i1 of 'November 18th is to hand, containing vonr
order to'ihleh wd liao'glcn our closest attention, and you may rest assured wc
havo spiffed, no pains to' make this 'Initial order satisfactory, having closely fol
low qdHour instructions, sincerely hoplug by fair dealing to secure j'bilr entire
pntronijgo in tho Clothing Line.
Vc aro willing to malto yon our Special Ap'cnt for the Hawaiian Islands, and
consequently can offer you Special Inducements on prices, as we aro thoroughly
satisfied that a proper representation of our, goods, will, us has always been the
case' in tho past, take prcccdenco'abov6 all Other, makes of Ready Made Clothing,
as we' aro here, driving our competitors out of the niaiket.
We incloso you a largo and .yarlcd selection of samples of our Spring and
Summer Stock for 1883 now bqing m inufnctured. They bomprlso many Novelties
and arc especially adapted for tho Ti opleal Climes.
we nao snipped your goous as remiestca via ranama, ban urancisco, ana y
steamer to tho enroot onr Accnts. and vou will find In this letter vour bill "of
hiding, &c. Hoping for an early continuance' &f your patronage.
we remain, ery trmy yours;
Tho International Clothing Co., , DONALD PITZEBALD, President.
'N. 11. 'As It'ls my intension tq visit tho colonies of Australia shortly, I shall
stop to see you on my way. . Yours above.
With the above' I tako plcasuro in informing tho public that I havo
opened a full lino of ,
Boots, Slioes aixd. Slippers
of all descriptions and styles? whioh I will -soil at as lowf iprl0 as this
market will admit. Thanking no 'publio"uigenernl for' past favors re
ceived, I shall endeavor, as;herotofoi c, to please them .with their wants. J
54 A. M. MELLIS; 104 Fort St., (Br.owor'a Block.)
Unioii Feed Company
Largest ,and Best7 Stock
HAY, GitMN AND FEED
Of all dcecriptionandguarnntces to keep a full supply
constantly tmi hand.
' "J3rSond orders to
.i 4 v. hTp.
flyr' AiTnTWBiHWiHi r rMBrW
Gall hhd4'8eTect"onefor yourself,
And avoid tho risk ami expense from1 ordoriug'abroad.
At 107 Von Street on will find the
'Eargosl; Stobki'of Musical Morehandise
'' Ever seen in this Kingdom, including the
StehrwayTianos, Mathushek Pianos,
.Weber Pianos, Fischer Pianos,
Westermeier Pianos, and
Woodward & Brown Pianos.
Also, a large stock' of OltOANB, ranging from 845 to 8250.
OF Capital 83,000,000-
Nkw York City, Dec. Gth, 1881.
-and Fqnci Articles. K
A. W. Bush.
A. W. BUSH, Fort St.', Honolulu.
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