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J. VW. ROBERTSON & 'CO.,
(8UC0E8SO118 TO It.
Importing and Mamifacturing Stationers.
0,v ' PUBLISHERS,
Printers and Book-Binders,
Nos. 10 and 21 Morchant street,
The Oldest, Largest, and Cheapest
Stationery Establishment In the Kingdom.
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Blank Honk, of sill descriptions;
Foolscap, Legal una 1)111 Cap,
Journal mid Tilnl Dalanrc Papers,
Llutyi Paper and Enrclupcs, nil sizes ;
Writing and Copying Inks, in quarts, pints and cones.
Mucilage In "U ("bo, especially adapted to thib cllmalu;
Drawing Paper and Pencil',
Tiacing Paper and Cloth,
Trimslt Hooks, Field and Level Dooks, adnpled for the use
of Surveyor nnd Engineers;
Memorandum nnd Pass Pooks,
Silver and Perforated Card Doaitl,
Shipping Tags, Shipping Receipt Hooks and Pads,
Note, Draft, and Receipt Dooks,
And numerous other articles in our line to be found in a veil kept slock
We have made such an angements with our Music Agents, as will enable us
hereafter to keen on hand a full assortment, ami nKo loieoeho the latest pieces as
they aie published. Any special order will receive our .best and prompt atten
Splendid New Stock of Solid
Elcfltmt Gold and
Sllvcr-Plntcit Ware, &c, &c.
f l4jpnilts nlk-tni,
Tuesday, nov. 7, xm. ,
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had d3nc to make his burden light,
nnd hopeiUto meet thcm'all m
"When pa got down as fur as that
lie sort of broke down. I suppose
lie was going to say heaven, though
nftcr a few minutes tboy all though
he wanted to meet them in a saloon.
"When his eyes began to leak, pa
put his hand in his tail pocket for
his handkerchief and got hold of it,
nnd gave it a jerk, and out caniu the
handkerchief aud the cards. "Well,
if he had shuflled them and ma had
cut thum, and he had dealt six hands
they 'couldn't have been dealt any
better. They Hue into everybody's
lap. The doakin that was with ma
got tho jack of spades, three nues
arid a deuce, and urn irot borne nine
spots and a king of hearts, and mil
nearly fainted, causo she didn't get
better hand I s'pobe. The preacher
got a pair of deuces and a
queen of hearts, and he looked
up to ma as though it was
a misdeal, and an old woman who
sat across the aisle, she only got
two eards, but that was eno.igh. Pa
didn't see what he had douo at first,
'cause he had tho handkerchief over
his eyes, but when he suicllcd the
rum on it he took it nway, aud then
he saw everybody discarding, and
ho thought ho had struck a poker
game, and he looked around as
though he was nind 'cause they
didn't deal him a hand. The mini
ster adjourned tho prayer meeting
and whispered to pa, and every
body wcii(,ont holding their noses
on account of p.i's 'fuinery and
when pa camo homo he asked ma
what he should do to be saved. Ma
siiiiPsho tfidn't know. Tho deukin
told norpa seemed to bo wedded to
idols. Pa said tho deukin better run
his own idols, and pa would run his.
1 don't know how it is going to turn
out, but pa" says ho i4 goin' to Htick
In tho church." Milwaukee Sun.
Creme de la Creme,
rpiIE I''" Factories mo In full blast,
X and so nio
Elito Ice Oream Parlors!
They arc just freezing, vhleh Is
What you want in this Weather,
and don't you forget it I
Ic,e Cream can be had from 11 a.m.
. to 11 p. 111. at
' ' HART DROS.,
, - . Elite Ice Cream Pmlors,
Watchmaker and Manufactur
Nos. 113 aud 115 Fort Street, ; :TT Honolulu.
Gold and Plated Jewelry,
DIAS & GONSALES
No. 07 Hotel Street.
"Work Boxes and Tables,
Parlor Tables, "Writing Desks.
Pnper Knives, Rulers,
Glove, Handkerchief, Ss Jewelry Poxes,
Hair Chains, Necklaces,
Dioochcs, &c, &c.
Wicker Baskets and Mats,
Embroidery and Crochet Work,
All the above will ho found in great
Mulvly, and excellent quality,
together with nil the
ubii.il stock of a
Dry Goods Establishment.
A call will re-pay you handsomely for
thu tumble. Zl'Sly
MR. W. H. WILKINSON
begs to notify to the public of Hono
lulu nnd linvellcis lound from
nil foicigu poits thnt
He has Purchased
the Business nnd Stock In trade of the
Honolulu I San Francisco Express &
And that he piopot.es to curry on the
business in good style; in fact
everything will be douo
"Up to the Handle I"
All persons lequlilug furniture, bag.
gage or goods of any description shift
ed, tiansfeired or shipped will 11 it il it to
their advantage to apply to him at his
olllcc, King street,
Telephone No. 130,
as low uiics as possible. 187
FOR SALE, a No. 2
Warehouse Feed Mill
Gilnds from o to 10 tons per day.
Also, pulleys, belts, etc., all In good
older; can be urn by steam or horso
power, just the article for a plantation.
HAY, OATS, CORN,
Wheat, Brnn, Barley, "Whole and
Ground, Mixed Feed, etc.
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST
OU LA1NE Co., 31 Fort et.
Have made large additions to their stock of goods
To tlilcli"thoy Invito the attention of buyers.
For family use. tho high
est test oil In the
A full lino of Tinware, anil
Call and examine oar stock.
GREAT ADDITIONS to our former
stock, ex Suez, Kalakaua, nnd City
of Bydncy, of
Ship Chandlery & Ship Stores:
Cordage hemp Mnnlli, cotton duck,
Fln can van, llax sail twine, beeswax,
Dlocks, o,u s 8 to 21 ft; shackles,
Dales of oakum, hooks and thimbles,
Club blocks, snatch blorks, lowlocks,
Iron strap blocks, mast beads, sbleves,
Mctnlinc and patent bushings,
Stockholm tar, pitch, coal tar, tar oil,
Dright nnd black vainlsbes, wire rigging
Maiilnc, seizing houscllne, ratlin,
Spunynrn, caulking irons, copper tacks,
Iron tacks, connecting links,
Marlln spikes, caulking mallets, ,
Mast hpops, hnnd spikes, pitch mop!,1.
Tar brushes, Sec.
Paints and Paint Oil, a fullassortmcut
of all kinds' and colors;
Pacific Rubber Paint, a new lot, iuclud
all the various colors;
Brushes Paint, varnish, pencil, white.
vah, paste, artist, shoe, scrub, and
sash a good assortment of each;
Axes and hatchets, wood and shingling;
Ship lantcins and side-lights tho'Hegu-
Groceries and Provisions.
A full assortment of line groceries, In
cluding some choice vnrlcties of
ennncu goods i
Table pie fruits, jams and jellies, n new
in tick', put up by a new llrm, nnd
w c cnu highly recommend them as
being something really nice;
A new lot of Teas, Including some supe
rior .Tunan varieties:
Sugar Rellned and raw;
Hams, bacon, lard, smoked beef, in tins,
Curried fowl, cuiricd oysters,
Plum pudding, kits salmon bellies,.
Kits mackciel, kits tongues nnd sounds,
Codfish, cheese, Oxford sausage, in tins;
Itnlsins, in V, if nnd J boxes; ,
Raisins, in tins; cun.intH In 4 & 71b tins
Pickles, in 1 gnl., J gu)., qtq, & 5 gnl kgs
Corn starch, tapioca, vermicelli,
Mncnioni, dried apples, prunes, plums,
peaches, aud pears.
FLOUR AND DREAD.
Golden Gate extra family, Eidoiado,
Golden City, Graham, oa't and corn meal
Medium biend, assorted ciackcis,
Ginger snaps, tally, saloon pilot bieud,
Soda bir-cuils, lice nnd collee,
Whale and sperm oil,
Sperm candles, 4s and (Is.
All of the aoove will la sold at the
Jicst Market Mates,
Buyers nre most respectfully invited to
call and examine our stock.
BOLLES & CO.
THE OLD COBNEE
IIaut Bitos., : : l'roprictois.
M E ALS
Sen ed up In lirst-el.iss style at all hour&
Opon from 2 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
&c., A'C. Ali-o,
IF YOU WANT
A GOOD CUP OF COFFEE-
CAI.Ii AT THE
Beaver Eefreshment Room,
Finest Drands of Tobacco,
Cigars, Cigaicttes, etc,
., Always in stock-
Ice cold Sodawnter and Ginger Ale.
' II. J.NOLTE,
209 If Piopiictor.
) Drink Fislier's
CHAMPAGNE CIDER I
So favorably known throughout the
Huwniian Islupds. Sold by nil
No.lOLililmat., IIouolulu 71
DILLINQ-HAM & GO.
Importers nnd Dealers In
House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Diflerential XMilley Blocks;
many Novelties, new to this market, too numerous to mention. '
' (177) DILLINGHAM & CO., Fort Strcctr
PAEISIAN HATS, ;
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS
CHAS. J. FISHEL'S
Of All description, and guarantees to keep a full supply
constantly on hand. ;
iJSTScnd orders to A. "W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu.
J. W. BOBEBTSON & Go's
WE nio prcpaicd tp reecho further oidcis for any Paper or Mugnino publish
ed in California, the Lastein Stales, Canada, and JSiuonc.
,....At the nicsent time we lcceive by every mail over one hundred and llfty
dllleient Papers nnd Magazines, published in the English, Fiench, Geimnu, nnd
As our subscription list is large, wo uro enabled to furnish the Papers nnd
Mnguzines nt n low rate of Subscription. jgo
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Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, Espla
Manufactures all kluiln of Mouldings,
Brackets, Whitlow Frame, DHuds,
Sasbes. Doois, and all kinds of Wootl
woikllnWi. Turning, Sci oil anil Hand
Sawing. All kinds of Sawing and Plan
ing, Mmtlcliurnml Tenanting.
Utdcr.spioinplIy attended to and wtuk
giiariuteed. Orders from the other Is
l.inds solicited il
OHIA and LEHUA
At $10 per Cord.
A. F. Cooke,
315 Dm Foot of Nuuanu street.
.A.t JIO a Cord.
S. M". CARTER,
1U7 0.M. S. S. Wharf.
Per bktne Eureka, u full llno'of
Silk, merino, and cotton.
Pajama Suits, Etc.
Largo Invoices for Milo
upon fmorublc terms.
New styles of Plows, , ,
Hariows, Cultivators, '
&,c, icc. ""'
A. V. Bush.
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AAT13 WAHJB !
Stand IiUmnM, .
A splendid and vnrled nssortment
Just Opened I
, (tST Fort Street, -a
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WOltN Is thu
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For salu at
m, , W UoU'l street.
A. W.'lllcltttulson Si CO,
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