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diUV Jlit t, " MillH ' "V'1''1 n Wtlly fii8 of ttoiknieii I out person happy. Tnro mush and m A A T TJ TTTTT! CofnOffSt Ion Stnrkft
UHU jj,v ' j ' U 1 j fallrt for Qitif vcftcle. During ,Hk is dolioioi.s. Ladies sigh and l fl K V Pi V0rP0rB'l,0 OWCK8
FKlbA'Y, MAY 28t IBM; will bo sent fromthis port for Tahiti, s,.,. H. Kwrv ' mm tdmnhl mnl ... a.. i,u. .... .1 ..i. 1 '
Sohr walchu from Pain -
Schr Ke Au Hou from Pala
May 27 3 , . ,rty
Stmr J.is Makca from Kauai ' l '
Stuir W G Hull from lluwiiil and Maul
Stuir.fus Mukce for Knpia
Schr Wnlehu for Pala "
Sohr Ko au Hou for Pala
Schr NVttio Men 111 for Lalialtia
Sohr 31111c Mori Is for Lauul
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
StinrMnkec 2,471 sugar and 70 hides.
SohrWiileliu SQQsngtr. !i '
Schr ICo Au lloii 1,270 do. "
Schr L'hukal left Inst evening for Pah.
10CAL& CEiinnAL HkW3. .,'
A mjau is being held at the bar
racks this afternoon.
Col. ClauB Sprcckels was a visitor
at tho logiblativuhall to-day.
The S. S. Aiistinliu sails for San
Frnncisoo next Tuesday ill noon.
Un mindful of Mr. Uiolcnborg's
luau ut tho fish-martef lo-inorrouv ''
Glasb-ijali, shooting is becoming
common among Honolulu gunners.
There are rumors ullo.it of 11 now
daily paper being shortly Btui ted in
The new hose-cart expected by tho
Australia for tho Fire Dcpaitmcnt
did not eome.
There will bo mtuio ut tho skating
rink to-night, und to-moriow night a'
tin co mile lvtce in addition to music
There will bo no basebjll to-mor-row,"
the gamo having been postpon
ed on account of tho G. A. It. eoni
mcmoiatiou. The, Band will not play ut Emma
Squaro to-monow afternoon, owing
to tho Grand Aimy celebiation of
Nioht before hist an old man,
while trying to shoot 11 black cat with
n shot-gun, missed his aim and shot
his neighbor's dog.
All members of tho Honolulu
Rifles' are ordered to lepoit nt the
Armoiy at 2 o'clock to-moirow ufte.'
noon, in Kill dress uniform.
At tho regular cash sale o" Mr. .7.
Lyons tn-mbnow mo'iiing, tho bal
ance of , tho stock of Tun Yuen ,fcCo.
will bo disposed of; also u cornet and
Mr. Yarndloy lequcbU the mem
bers of Fort-street Church choir to
meet at 3 o'clock to-morrow ufter
noon,".at their., regular placo of
- TuriValooMnncy articles at the Y.
M. C. A. Hull yesterday afternoon, in
aid of the funds of the Kawahhao
Femalo Seminary, was lioioeghly
succcessful About $400 wiis tho
The " Planters' Monthly" for May
contains seeAl aiticles of interest to
planters, and indeed to eveiyone de
pendent upon the full deiolopment of
tho agiicultural lcsourccs of tho
, To-morrow at 5 p. m. there will be
a half mile running racout K.ipiolani
race, courbo, between C. Brown's O.
II. and Aler. Arthur's Getaway, for,
it is said, $150 11 side. Dodd's bus
leaves his stubjes for tho race at 4
At tho meeting of tho Hawaiian
Riilo Association Wednesday evening
it wus decided to lenso u certain now
shooting rango ut Wuikiki, and to
get it in readiness for '4th of July
contest. Tho membership of tlu
organization hasicachcd thiity-oiglit.
THE first "after tho fire" mail to
tho 'coast, by the "Ohas. B. Kinney,"
whicji failed on tho 0lh April, nrriv
cd ut San Francisco on the 8th inst.
Tho biirkentiuc "Ella," on which tho
noxt Post-Olfico mail was despatched,
April 21th, hud not arrived on the
The reception tend vied Mr. Thco.
II. Davies at tho Y. M. C. A. Hull
lust evening, wus a veiy pleamnt
affaii. Tho hall, which wus suitably
deroiuted for tho occasion) was filled
with peoplo. Singing, additsses, the
presentation of a souvenir by tho boys
of tho. Y. M. C. A., and refreshments,
computed the programme,
A temporary housd has been built
on Queen street, near Richuid, whoio
on certain nights in tho week 11 party
of young native- people assemble tp
learn tho steps of the walUpolku
and quadrille, Thoy have two violins,
anilj other titling instnunonts to
furnish music, and the party is con
ducted in a ery ordeily and quiet
1 , T 1 I. )
Thb entortuiiimoit it tho Openi
Houso last night was not hugely
attondod. Somo of tho old Hicks
wore lopeatcd and' ii'fuVnew ones
performed. . Parts ()f the piogi.fmmo
wore, omitted for the want of tiuio.
Tho closing bociiu was ghastly, und
while tho ghost-liko forms were dang
ling over tho btugo, 0110 of tho audi
oncorqeognized. tm slaletoi) of his
Ov account of the habctual intern
perance, tho' die'siUMadtion given,
and tho fiequoncy of dekoition of
contract by tho nutivo saiiois employ
ed on-tho Iblitnd Vebbtls, cei tain com
panies are about to adopt meaBuies
dot "kaiskf3 lnsi&L
to jnocuio fi'iiinon, and if the vonttiro
piovea eucccssful, the minority of tho
.Hawaiian teamen will bo replaced by
Picture Frames & Cornices mado
to order, old Frames repaired, rcgild-
- Yum 1 Ylm I Tho Choicest Cream
and Fancy. Candies just opened ut
tho Elito Ico Cream Pallors t Try
E01110I ' 39
A German has 11 little girl, about
10 yeais old, speaks English, for
whom ho wiehes a placo in 11 respect
able family, where she can attend
school and bo helpful in the family.
Answer .'JGirl", Bulletin ofllco. -10
Total Amount or Death Claims
paid by tho .Mutuul Life lusutunco
Co. of New York,- dining the week
ending April lCth, $1 10,9111.18. Total
amount of Endowments paid, $10,
413.&9. Among tho Endowments we
notice 0110 paid our townsman, vr. K.
Lucas, amount of policy, $5,000, ad
ditions, $1,517.09, total $0,517.09.
S. G. WILDEH, Agent.
in ' . m -
West, Dow it Co. have received
ok "Ausltaliu" 11 largo assortment of
Bedroom both mid Bureaus, mid Hit
1e.U1 Withstands, Tables, Towel
-Itacks, sopuiuto fiom sets; also,
Chaiis for old and young; Bedsteads
and Baby Cribs, Childien's Koekois,
Pillow Sham Holders, Lunch Bas
kets, Hat Itacks, Easels, Brackets,
School Biigij, Baseballs, CroqUet Sets,
Mugic Pistols, Dolls and Buttles,
Harmonicas, Picture and Cornice
Mouldings and Sheet Music, Music
Books, Instruction Books, etc., etc.
SUGAR AND RICE.
"Williams, Dimond & Co.'s circu
l.ir oT the 19th, says: On the 10th
i 11st. , the C'uliloruia Rcllnery re
duced prices for all grades of re
llin d id. ifir pound, and the Ameri
can Kellnery followed with the came
icduciion. On the 11th inst., tho
(Jiilifoiniii Reliueiy reduced Jc, and
the next day the Ameiican Retlnery
-Jc. under llus, which the Calif 01 nia
met on tho '14th inst., making the
prices pf both Refineries for gran.
(iL'.,-Cu(o Gc, Ex. C. 5Jc, and
Golden O. 5c. No fmther change
luii taken place since.
Rice sales havu been made at 4Jc.
casli, aiid 4u. GO days.
Following J'lofessor Anderson at
llio Opeia House, two verj versalilo
Fnglinh and Australian comedians,
Messis. Hairy Emmet and Arthur
I Branscoinbe will piesent their novel
entcitaininent, entitled "Bonbons."
Their piogrtimmcs will include sing
ing, elocution, farces, sketches, in
fact everything of a roaiing comedy
uatuic. Both gentlemen arc authois
of dianuis, coinedice, pantomimes,
and even eomiu operas. They come
to us with the best credentials and
arc certain to succeed. Mr. Berger
and a string orchestra will increase
the inteiest, and no pains will evi
dently be spared to give tho best
entcitaiiimeuts wo could des'ue.
As previously announced, the
Geoige W. De Long Post, No. 45,
G. A. R., will observe to-mono w as
Memorial Day. A piogi amine has
been piepaied, and all arrangements
made for canying it out. The com
rades will meet at 2 :30 p.m. at head
quarters on King street, and march
in procession to Nuuanu Cemetery.
3 o'clock is tho time fixed for start
ing. A detachment of police, the
Royal Hawaiian Band, and the
volunteer 'military companies will
escoi t the G. A. R. to the cemetery.
The public generally aro Invited to
follow in tho procession. The line
of match laid down is along King to
Fort street, up F01 1 to School street,
along School to Nuuanu street,
thence direct through Nuuanu Ave
nue to the ceinetiy. At tho ceme
tery sci vices will ho held in memory
of ileceaRcd comrades testing theic,
and their graves decorated with
lloial offerings. In tho evening, at
the Y. M. (J. A. Hall, literary and
musical services will bo held, sup
plcmentaiy to those of tho after
noon, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
The public aio also invited to the
evening sei vices.
To IlncnursiKO tho Cultivation of
Turo untl tho tln of Tnro flour.
Bi: it Enacted, not by tho King and
tho Legitlatiio Assembly of tho
llawaiiun Iblmuls in tho Legisla
tiuo of t)io Kingdom assembled,
but by tho Aldek Fiiuit anij Tauo
- Sec. 1. That the Flour as now
nianuftictured by the Company is of
superior excellence and undoubted
Sec, 2. That all persons who de
,s.iio u.colIeut Pol should use the Turo
Flour foi making tho same.
Sec. !1. That mullins Tinado from
Turo Flour pohtess qualities not ob
tained when niudo f 10111 other in
giedients. Sec. !. That foi a breakfast dish
nothing can compare with Turo
Flour Mush, eaton with milk and
sugar as tho tusto dictates.
Sec. 5. 'That griddle or hot cakes
mado fiom Turo Flour aio unsur
passed, Sec. 0. That if one wishes to re
gain health and strength, their diet
should consist largely of Turo Flour
Sec. 7. Tiuo Flour, if propeily pre
pared will mako"tlnr roost despoud
..'jk'-.-, . A: (
Tiuo Flour, it is highly recommended
by the entire medical profession.
For sale by all grocois. Try a bag
and usk yodr friend to do tho etinie.
Annual Meeting Notice.
THE Annual Meeting of the British
lUnavnlcnt8ticleiv will beheld nl
Hit; UrltNIi Oiub on 'i II U USD AY, June
3id, ill ?.30 p.m.
, JAd. A. KENNrDY, Scc'y.
Honolulu, Alny a7, lt6. 89ili s.ttu.th
A ' OY lo mli-iui Gnrdm work, clean
t. Horse and liuggy, and drive 11
a gnnu noine ntiercu, ami ?1U a
Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
Gen'l Huslne-s Agint.
IN consequence of lulling been burned
outl hea to notify my fi lends and
tho public In cf.ner.il, that I liao re
moved to 10G Nuu.mil street, next to the
Commercial Hotel. Coffeo and Lunch
at all hours, as before.
Hi ltn THOMAS MUI.DOOX.
QUOG YUHN YORK KLE of Ho.
nolulti, Ontut, liuvhit: mule mi
alignment of :tll I hot r pr iperiy, tic. 10
the uiideislgneil for the lanifli of tlielr
creditors, iiotko U lureliy u lien to nil
perhon-lo ir-M tit theli cliihns iignlnm
tho Mild Q meg Yuen ork Ivee within
one inoulli iroin ilutu 10 M. I.ouhson, at
the oftlio of M. S. tJrlnb.ium is Co,
Honolulu, and all pconiij imlcbttil t"
said (Juong Yuen 'iorkKtearo herelo
tiqucstid 10 make linineilhito piMiiem
to the utider-igiiul. Jl I.Ol I-SON,
AKHlgnie of Quiing VuenYurk Keo.
Honolulu, May -.4, lt80. 0 lw
-A 1KW INVOICE OF
In Half Casks of 30 Gallons each.
For euio inklloiul or Duty pild by
M. S. GRINUAUM & Co.,
H2 Queen Street. Honolulu. 2m
WOLFE & CO.
1 Socond-hand Billiard Table,
size CxlO, manufactured by P. Lie-
scnfeld, S. P., cushions are quick
and it is In good crder. 1 have also
!Vov. Billiui-a ClolliM,
which will fit a large table. Also,
1 Set Ivory Billiard Balls, 2 3-8, new.
33 im c, J. McCarthy.
1 776-J U L Y 4th--1 886
AT CASTILE & COOKE'S.
A large and splendid
Assortment of Fireworks
just athnndfrom New York direct, at
ail prices to suit tho times. lm
THE tihoio Residence of Mr. Tlico.
II. Davies, tompiislng 4 ucies
of land, and
2 Complete Houses,
which will ha kt separately or together.
13r" Very liberal
ed to good tenants.
83 1m TUEO. II. DAVIES & CO.
Olinw. ISi-oavci & C.'
Boston and Honolulu Packets.
Shippers will please take notico that tho
Ilenson, muster, will loud In Iloston for
Ihlspoit in JUi.Yncxt.
gST Por further particulars apply to
C. BBEWER & Co.,
1 30 tlw
Honolulu. May 15. 1880,
Queen St , next Hull, till Oil ce
Horses hroki 11 to Sad
dle und Harness,
Horscb linutded hv the
"t- day, wtclt, or mouth,
(Jlliped, JW Tolephono I81.
rpilK undersigned has movcdlntn the
A. olllce of Mr. J. E. WIhcuiiii, where
will he nrepiircd to furnish hnutc.
liiild 6crvnnts, collect
hills, do Anulo.
Clilncto intei pitting,
huilnets. (09 Onij
aud 11 gi nerul
Ar,',.'" - .,LiJL-tkM.-ni isi-d8$,h,aL
, ... . . . -, . .v.,... ,,- iili P1D1 nil iiniii. iiii iiiu miiiii 1
Ren ine Frencli Glare
Celery, Horseradish Hoot, Sicily Lcm.
on?, Roll Butter. Aleo,
Smoked Salmon & Halibut,
Bloi.k Uodfl-h, Nuw Yoik Cheese,
und 11 huge nasortrucnt of
Groceries and Provisions.
FUll SALE CHEAl' BY
H. X.Y Ac OO.
Wmilvd to Lot,
NICELY KUKNIbllKD ROOMS,
0110 of which Is a hnildsouic large
front room, to he varant on the Otli of
next mouth. Muy ho secund hv culling
early ut MRS. MoCONNEI.L'S,
nil tf No. 4 Uardeit Lane.
A IVoimu's Siifeiiigs and
A. Voloo Jroin AiiHtilit.
Near the Ullage ol ZPliugdnrf, in
Lower Au-.lria, Uvis Mtuh Haas, un In.
Idllgciiliinil Industrious uoiuati, wlio.-c
story of plij slcal sullerlng and tlmil ic
IUf, ai related liy hen-tlf, Is of inn ret
to LuglMi women. " I was emploud,"
she su, " in the work of a large farm
houo. Ovei.work bioiight on sick
headiiehc. followed by a deathly faint,
lug and sickness of the stomach, until 1
was unable to retain cither food or
drink. 1 uas compelled to take to my
bed for Eovoral weeks. Getting 11 little
better from rest and (pilot, I sought 1 1
do some wort:, but wus soon tukeu with
a pain In my side, which In a little
while teemed to spread over my whole
body, and throbbed in my oury limb.
This wus followed by a cough und
thoitncM of bii'iith, mull finally I could
not sew, and I took to my bid for the
second, and, as I thought, for the last
time. Aly fiiendx told e that my time
hud r early tome, and t'. nil could not
llvu longer than when the tucs put on
tlielr green ihoiuoic. TIilu 1 baiipen.
ed to gel one of the helgcl pamphlets.
I read It, and my deir mother bought
me a bottle of fecigel's Syrup, wblelil
took eMiclly neeoidinir to directions,
and I had not taken the whole of it be
fore I telt a gnat ch.iuo for the better
My last Illness began Juno 1, lbSi, and
continued to Auuustiltb, when 1 began
to tako the Syrup. Very soo 1 could
do a little 1 ht work. The cough left
tne, and 1 was no more tioubkd In
b cubing. Now 1 am perfectly cutcd.
And oh, how happy I am I I cannot ex.
press giatitudo enough for Seigel's
Smp. Now Iiui' t tt 11 you thai the
doelois in our diUrict dlstiibutcd hand
bills cautioning people ngalmt the
nudli lue, telling them it would do them
no good, and many weretheioby inlhi.
enued to destroy U10 Selgel pamphlets;
but now. whcicvcr one Is to be found, it
in kept like a relic. The few preerved
uru boriowcd to react, and I have leal
mini- lor six miles uiound our district.
People have come eighteen mllci to get
me to buy tin' medicine fur them, know
ing thai it eurid me, and to bu sure to
eel tbu rliihl Wlnxl. I know a woman
who U3 looking like death, and who
told them there was no help for her,
that sho had consulted several doctors,
bui none could help her. I told larot
Seigel's Syrup, and wrote tho name
down for ncr thai shu might make no
mistake. She took my nilvlcu aud the
Syrup, and now sho Is in perfect health,
and the people around us are amazed.
The lnedlclno has made such progress
In our neighborhood thai people say
they don't want the doctor any more,
but they tako the Syrup. Sufferers from
gout who were eon lined to their bed aud
could hardly move a linger, have been
cuied hv it". There Is u girl in our (Mi
ll let who caught a cold by going
through some wuter, and was in bed five
years with costlvciicss aud rheumatic
paln, and had to huio an attendant to
watch by her. There was not a doeinr
iu the surrounding districts to whom
her mother had not applied to relieve
her child, but every one crossed them
selves uud said they could not help her.
Whenever the Utile bell rang which is
rung in our place when somebody U
dead, we thought surely It was for her,
but Scigcl'n Syrup ami Pills saved hoi
life, und now she is as healthy us any.
body, goes to chinch, nud can woik
even in the Ilelds, Liciybudy was nt.
tnuisl'cd when they taw fier nut, know
lug how many years sho had been in
bid. To day she adds her gratitude to
mlno for God's mercies and Soigel's
Syrup. Maiiia Haas."
The people of England speak eoiillrm.
ing the ubovc.
A.ftor IHuny Yeniw.
" Whittle-lo.Woods, near Chorloy,
" December 20. 180 J.
"Dear Sir, Mother Seigel's medicine
sells exceeding well with us, nil that try
it speak highly In its favor. Wo had'u
cute of a young lady that had been trnu
liltd many years with pilnsuftcnatlug.
Sho tells us that the pains were entirely
taken away after a lew dotes ol your
medicine Yours truly, E. I'kkl."
A.fter Hovornl Yoai'H.
"Sioko Ferry, Jnnuury O1I1. 1881.
"Gentlemen,! have used Siegel's
Syrup for several years, and h ue found
it a most elllcucioiis renudy for Liver
complaint and general debility, und I
always keep some by me, and cannot
speak too highly in its nraUc. I re
main, ours truly, Harriett King."
A-ftor Mlxtuun Vuiivh.
"03, NerVgateHliett, Worksop, Notts,
"Gentlemen, It is with the greatest
of pleasure I accord my testimony as to
the cllleacy of Mother Seigel's bynlp.
My wife, who bus suffered from acute
Dyspepsia for over sixteen yearn, is now
perfectly belter through tho sole help
of oiir Syrup, I havu sent pounds in
midhlues from doctors In tact, I be.
gau to think she was incurable, until
jour marvellous medicine wa tried.
I icuialn, yours, thankfully,
Al.KllKl) Foil II."
TlU mil'oOtH llUVO 1OOH
" II ford Itoud Iifpditary, Duklnllnld,
May SJ, IBS 1.
" Dear Sir, I am liunpy to inform
you lb it tho sale of your Syrup nnd I'llls
Intrciihcs here conumutlly. Several of
my customers Bpiakof having deilved
more beneflt fiom the use of thi'o than
fiom any other medicine. In somu In.
stances tho effects hayo been wonderful,
Li ,.- J, -. 4 -iMnrTri ifitr'ipAi rrY in-' li Mt rf i
Haw'n r.trnnge Mnnf'g Co.,
Inter-lMimil S. N. Co.,
Ilaw'n Agricultural Co.,
Wilder' Stc unship Co.,
O. Brewer fe Co.,
11 1 in 11 it 11 1 1,
Iticiprocil) Sugar Co,
tf P0 100
(3 1. '5
L. A. 1 III RSTON, Stock Brokci.
3H Mtroliimt mihi 151 ly
The White House,
No. USNuuauii strict,
KIcoly FiiruiKlicd IKooms,
with or without boird.
311 ly MHS.JOS. VIEHHA.
IIEHE jY ro.peclfulh notify my
fridds and the nubile In ceneral.
that I have ruiinied my IiuhIiiiks lo the
Hawaiian Oirrme Manufacturing Co,
win re lean lo found to attend to mj
customer., as usual, bolieitini; a eon.
tinuaiKuol llulr piitrouaee, and thank,
lug the public for pan fuvoin,
1 am, most slucerili mors,
E G fCHUMAN.
Ho Kilnln, Anrll 2ii IHH1. 113 lm
Ease Ball Books, &c,
llnso llall G tides foi 188(1,
l'hiyliiirltiildo! the National League,
Art of iMittlng 111 d Bne Ilnnniug,
Art of Pitching und Fielding,
BATS AND BALLS,
For salo at T. O. THHUM'S.
Just receiied per recent arrivals, an ex
cellent as itiuent of Hat Lctier, Cap,
Demy, Mctiuui and Folio papers for
blank forms, or blank book work. Alo,
Perfection Linen and Marcus Ward's
plate Ihilsh folio. Alto,
Japanese Vegetable Parchment,
superior 10 animal parchment for pen
w oik or printing, and tough as leather.
Baf" Stationery and Bindery orders
faithfully attended to nt
t.. c. Tiiituars,
330 1m 108 Fort street.
ex brig Consuelo.
20 Tons Bran
BW Bedroom Sets, Marble top,
6 Piano box Buggios, Full Leather Tops,
5 Piano box Sido bar, Leather Top, Quaker
2 Leather-top Buggies,
3 rhic'ois, Lc.1tl1cr.top, Quaker City.
To bo sold immediately a arrival!
Auctioneer and Com. .Mercbnnt.
St'm Candy Factory
71 1IOTKL ST., between
Nuuauii and Foil btt.
Has iiiMiis on hand the largest Stock
of Caudle.-., both Plain ami i-uuey, guur.
autced to bu STltlCTLV 1'UltE
AVIiuIunilIu unci ltotuil.
Rioh Wedding Cakes
Of a Vwenty Years' ltcpiititiion, all
Sizei- always on bund, ornamentid
In any Stile.
Pastries of All Description Made to
Order at Short Notice.
Fresh every Day.
Ib'll nnd Mutual Telephone,
l O .it N-. 7
G. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Afl"1'-
42 imtkiiit St., Mm
My mot faithful attcn Ion will bo
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
In Honolulu for tne residents of the
89 1 several Islauds ot thh group. ly
mmmmmHmmmmmtmtvmxWv&uiwwsr,', t, ihiwvtmmm
14 New Acts 14
OP rX,I-IXJX:tSIA.Y. .
14 The Mystery of the Arabian Sack 14
Quarrel Sccno from Drlnsby Sheridan's famous Comedy. "The cchool for Scandal."
l'rofcssor Anderson Mill Plunge a Sword right through his body whilo standing
in tho center of the State,
A Spirit Form will Float in Mid.air!
14 New Acts, Tlvu.iNcla.y 14
Great Wizard of the North; and
Louise Maude Anderson.
Are now prepared to furnish in (u intltics to suit purchiscrs
Taro Flour, in bags of 5 lbs. each,
Packed in suitable containers for transhipment between the Inlands Atitl for
foreign shipment. Special orders Mill b? necked and packed In uu iylc re
Tho Agents lmvo constantly on hand a STOCK of thl Cr'l.KHftATED ARTI.
CLE, and Mill be pleased lo furnish consumers v 1th puinphlcis containing direc
tions for use.
Orders can bo sent to
WML G. ERWBBU Co.,
New Goods, Just Received !
Shell" Hardware, Locks, Knobs, rad locks,
A full lino of Agato Ware, Home FiirnUhlng Ooods, Kdibs & Jewell's Kcfrlgcra
tors, Water Filters and Coolers, Ice Chet-ts, White Mountain lc Creum Freezers,
now pattern; Kuy Lhwii Mpwcis, Hoor Mats, Giirdeu und I'tiqi)! L'arrowh, Axe,
Hoe, Pick uud FoikUnndlcs,
Socket and Planters' Hoes, a Superior Article,
Cut-down Muskets, Powder, Shot and Caps,
Fciirc Wire and -tuples, Manila nnd 8iul Hope,
Tho latest novelties in Lump goods, the very Ue-.t and eteouil guide ivirocinc Oils,
licrry Uros. Furniture Varnish. For sale ut, lowest murl.et inte-i by
Blacksmith Work ; j.v. Ei? Carrinjjo Building,
Painting nnd W"1 Trimiiiing, . ,
79 k 81 Hi Street,
ISntriiiieeH iVom ICinyr untl iI!relitmt Htw.
Every description of work in tho above lines pei formed in h (Irst-clnsspianner.
Also, Horse Shoeing: a Specialty.
J3T Bell Telephone, 107. -a (327
CHAS. HUSTAGE, aROCER, .
King Strool, : : : : Between Fort and Alakoa Slreeti.
New Groodw, JTiit 3R.ccoivecl,
Kcps Family Bocf; hogs and half bbls. Pig Fork; Eastern llloek Cndnsli; Smoked
Halibut; Ox Tongues; Lunch Tongues; Smokitl Ucif; B unil Chioktn; Dupee
Hams nnd Bacon; Genuine Maple byrup; Cala Ftai Dilps; Frti-h New Oilenus
Molasses; Jams; Jellies; Honey, In glims and tins; No. 1 Flour; Wluiit; Mild
Chcete; Gormen, and a
AU orders receive careful
P. O. Uox 37.
P.O. BOX 316.
General Business Agent,
Ileal Estate Agent,
WIMers Steanuiilp Airent,
iiuhi oivaiiisuip Ai;eiu, .viiuiger ii r.inn puni uoilfe,
Ureal Burlington lUlltoad Agent'" Fire und Lfu Insurance Ageut.
in America. (1V3 ly;
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k TARO CO.
Agents for the Hawaiian I lands,
Old Ross Premises, ;
ly) i Uill Telephone, 10
attention ami prompt delivery.
rreleplimo 1 1 O.
Honolulu, II. I.
Cm- um House Broker,