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Importer and Dealer In
DILLINQHAM & CO.
Importers and Dealers in
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c.
Have made large additions to their stock of goods
To which they invite the attention of buyers.
Weston's 'Differential DPxiIley Blocks.
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fj.' Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery,
Toilet Articles, Pocket, Cutlery, etc., etc.
JL' Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Traveling nag1', Watches, Diamonds, Jvwolery and SUver-wnre, etc.
Northeast Comer of Fort mid Merchant sts., Honolulu.
AT THIS WELL KNOWM ESTABLISHMENT ,
V. Can. alwnvB be found
TRUMAN'S IMPROVED IRON H-. CHEAPEST & BEST.
fe; ftSjines of Superior Furnishing Goods,
. A 4my!wvv'!'lf1' t,
V& Call and Seloct ono of thoso Celebrated a
Gold Medal Waltham Watches
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.FRIDAY, SEITEMBEU 1, 1882
An Exchango at the Altar
Two couples presented themselves
at the mayoralty in a suburb of Paris
to carry out the civil portion of their
marriage contract. During the cer
ermouy one of the bridegrooms saw,
or fancied be saw he saw his patuer
making " sheep cyet " at the other
'bridegroom. He cried hliarply,
" Mademoiselle, which of the two
brides are you? You aic mine, I
bclinvu ; then confine your glances to
The bride was a young woman of
spirit, and, resenting his tone, rctort-ed,-
Ah monsieur, if yon arc jealous of
me already, I um likely to lead a
pleasant life with you, now am I not?"
The jealous bridegroom made an
angry reply, and then the other bride
groom innM needs join in. This led
to a general dispute, which the may
or endeavored in vain to micll. The
ufifoflrpoms stormed, and the brides,
through their t,lrfe,U'O.WenIont hours will be grante.Von ap
each other of pcrlidy. At length thoUiXti(.n to the Kunurliitonneiit.
mavor adjourned the ecremouy for Tcrtons found Irrigating except dur
balf an hour to admit of aniauncablu W ppeeiued hour will have their prl-
undcrstanding, both brides having
refused to proceed. Whet), at tlie
expiration or me nan nourue panics
were binnmond to leappcarthe bride-1
-grooms had literulry eifected an c.-i
change of brides. Adhering to the '
arrangement, the mayo.- bound them
husbands and wives
Letters Delivered inPHlBcl'Way.
Recently Captaine Cr&w'ard' tow
ing out a vessel, piuiicu up;;some tus
tauco fiom land, a luiarU'iioqut three
inches wide by three feet louginipon
one end of which waq tiojL,.'v' bottle
filled with wine, while up the other
end was fastened anotlifr bottle filled
with letters. ITpouw&jldc of j the
board was written: 'jteaso'mnitsihc
letters and the wine. Olllccrs Umtecf
Btales steamer Titllapoosit, bound
for I'cnsacola, Fla. 1'le.v.u break the
bottle and mail inclosed letters.."
Upon the other side of the board was
" United States steamer Tallapoosa,
at sea, June 2!), ,1882. Weather
fine." The bottle conjoining the
letters was brokou.jCaptain Craw
ford bighted the Tallapoosa in the
distance and everything seemed to be
working smoothly, lie returned to
Mayport in time" to hatuUhc letters to
George L. Pox, the mail agent, who
delivered them to Colonel Jay upon
arriving at the city, and they were
immediately forwarded North.
The Duke of Westminster, next to
Wackay the richest man in the
world, was married in June last to
Lady Calherino Cavendish. The
bride's eldest brother, Captain Cav
endish married (ho Duko's daughter,
Lady Beatrice Grosvcnor, upward of
.-,four years ago, and has a sou, Wil-
lium Hugh, by ber. now thrco years
udabalfold. Cupiain Cavendish
will therefore become the brother-ln
law of his father-in-law; bis son
Charles William Hugh, will become
the nephew of his own grandfather,
and any son born of the Duke's
second marriage will be at once the
brother and the nephew of Lady Beat
rice Cavendish. The Duke will become
the uncle of His grandson and the
brother-in-law of Iub own daughter,
and thus in a sense lie will be hi9 own
son. Miss Cavendish is a very
charming and pretty young lady, who
is just over twenty-four years of age.
The Duke, on the other hand, is
thirty-two years and two months old
er than the bride.
When a burglar makes a raid on
the dwelling of a Texas editor, the
only thing tlio burglar takes, when
he leavuk, in hm departure.
TRIUGATIOJJ after Urfa .Int.. Mnnn
1 ilrd, 1881.',) is UvnUcd to (4) four.
uuurn jicr ivy , jr
From C tofn the morning, and
i-rum ;0 g In the evening
viiefifcs ""Tended w1 jj
8upt. Water Woria
Approved: Signed, "j. K. Kaai,
Mlnimer of interior.
A Largo Assortment
Eine Wall Papers
Just rteolvwl, and for sale by
WILDER & CO.
Sa. Call and examine. 147
I'tr bktno Eureka, a full lino of
Bilk, merino and cotton.
Pajama Suits, Etc.
VI A. W. IUcbaidson A. Co.
ill be paid for information thnt
will lead to the conviction of
whoever maliciously cut the tail
feathers off, and plucked the back
and breast feather, out of a l'eaeock
belonging to me. A fui ther reward
of $10 will be paid for information
lending to the conviction of whoever
Hole 3 Peachicks about a month old,
belonging to me, from 1'awiui on
Wednesday the '.' 1th ulto.
Gno. JI. Lucn.
Pawaa, Little Ilrltain, June 0, 1882
60 5-8 Steel Teeth.
New styles of Plows, Harrows, Gultiyators, &c, &c., &c.
A full line of Tinware, and many Novelties, new so this market, too numerous to mention.
Call and examine our stock. (177) DILLINGHAM & CO., Fort Street.
THE OLD CORNER
Haut Bnos., : : Proprietors.
Served up In flrvt-elass style at all hours
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
Ac., tc. Also,
15 TOOTING, their HORN
But if you want a Really
Nice Cool Brink!
GO TO TnE
U. J. NOLTK,
178 lm Proprietor.
CAN BE UA1)
AT ALL TIMES
Elite Ice Cream Parlor
Why so much
Political Newspaper Gas?
GO TO MARCHANTS'
Where you can Get
Some Gas! all Gas! or no Gas!
hi your Glass, with
PLENTY OF ICE!
OPFKK FOR SAM:
The Following Goods
To arrive on the
S,S. Hansa " from Londbn,
Due here on August 27th:
Tons Black Annealed Ftnclng Wire,
Tonii GnlvHnlzed Iron Rootlug, stork
Ncstb round nnd oval Galv. IronTubH
Galvanized Iron Burkotr,
Tlnni;d-lrOii Sauee).uni mill Kettlea,
Ciiifn Canu Knives,
Cases Taper Suw Filet,
Cus.es Butcher ICuiven,
Barrels of J. B. AVhile & BroV Portland
Cage of Box Irons,
A small HS'-ortment of
O TJ rJ X; 33 "JR. IT.
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FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS
CHAS. J. FISHEL'S
Union Feed Company
Of All description, and gunrontceb to keep a. full supply
constantly on hand.
SgrSend ordors to A. Y. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu.
FIRE WOOD !
First quality of best fire wood
For Sale Cheap!
Hither In cord wood or cut and split to
order. &S All wood delivered to
any part of the city without
Send orders to
EnterpriBO Planing Mills,
71 127 Fort street.
.A.t $10 sx Cord.
8. M. CARTER,
VIM lm P.M.S.S. Wharf.
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
I'abtry Cook und linker.
No. 71 Hotel t. Telephone 74. 59
A FHESH LOT OF WATKItS'
Just received at
v A.S. Clcghorn & Go's,
181 m per S.S. Australia.
Four Sections Complete
A. W. Bush.
THE BEST S,US FENDER'
-1- WORN is the '
For yule at
W A. W. BlCIMRDSON'a
Buggies, Carriages, Express Wngons
nnd every kind of vehicles
and nil kinds of repairing done.
Cs Medium Bread,
1F ex Cailwrlcu, for sale In
nuqntltlcs to suit by
SFt$ A' S' Cl K,U0KK 0tJ,i
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