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TUESDAY, JULY C, 1S85.
A rnussuur. of news matter nnd
a. weakness in the composing stnff,
owing to the "Glorious Fourth,"
compel the omission from to-day's
issue of comment on current politi
THE FOURTH OF JULY IN HONOLULU.
Although Monday, the oth of
July, was agreed upon by the Amer
icans of Honolulu for the celebra
tion of the 110th anniversary of
American independence, on account
of the -ltli coming on a Sunday, the
true -1th was ushered in at midnight
of Saturday by the firing of guns
and the discharge of lirewotks, all
over the city and suburbs. The
same programme was repeated, with
redoubled force, a little past 12 of
Sunday night, and kept up pretty
well until daylight of the flth. In
addition, serenading parties, with
brass and stringed instruments,
went out in all directions, tilling the
air with sounds that wanned the
enthusiasm of the jubilant, and re
minded everybody that it was meet
to suspend the cares and concerns
of drudgery for a while. Daylight
appeared with a cloudy sky and
occasional light showers, the clouds
continuing most of the day, but the
moisture disappearing before the
middle of the forenoon was reached.
A GEXintAL HOLIDAY.
Among the white and native por
tions of the population the day was
observed as a general holida3'.
Many of the leading business estab
lishments did not open at all. Others
opened for a short time only. By
mid-day almost every business place
was closed. The natives seemed
even more inclined to holiday-keeping
than the whites. Bunting in
rich profusion streamed irom the
shipping in harbor, and from public
buildings and private flag-poles on
shore. Several small picnic parties
left the city in the morning for a
day's quiet retreat in the country.
The first event on the programme of
the day, arranged by the Celebra
tion Committee, and satisfactorily
carried out, was
Tin: mturaiiy i;xi:itcisr.s.
A steady throng was streaming
into the Central Park skating rink
at 10 o'clock, and usheis were kept
busy for a little while in disposing
the audience. Seats were reserved
at the front of the gallery for dis
tinguished auditors. Among these
were the Princess Liliuokalani, Gov
ernor Doininis, the three members
of the Cabinet, Messrs. Gibson,
Creighton and Dare, and Col.
Spreckels. Opposite the gallery a
dais, built for the speakers and
singers, was draped with a red,
white and blue screen in' front, and
with the Hawaiian and American
flags above in the rear. Over the
center of the drapery behind the
platform was hung a framed Ameri
can coat-of-arms. A few palm
leaves about the stage and a wreath
on the reading stand, with little
American nags and pendant vines
at each post round the hall, com
pleted the decorations.
On the entrance of His Excellency
Geo. AY. Merrill,- United States
Minister Resident, the Royal Ha
waiian Band, stationed outside in
rear of the platform, struck up a
welcoming nir. At this time, a few
minutes after the opening hour,
there were probably close on six
hundred people present. One pleas
ant assignment made by the commit
tee was that of seats for young
school girls in the front rows of the
benches to the left, ranged at right
angles with the platform. These
children taking their time from
Professor Bcrger blended their
voices sweetly in the singing.
Mr. Merrill called the meeting to
order and announced the chaplain of
the day, Rev. C. M. Hyde, D. D.,
who i cad a passage of scripture and
offered prayer appropriate to the
The choir, with Hon. C. II.
Dickey hb leader, led the audience
in singing the patriotic song,
His Ex. Mr. Merrill said he was
down on the programme, probably
out of compliment to him, but he
had fired olf his batteries so often
to a Honolulu audience during the
past year that it must bo a mistake
to have him mako a speech now.
They were assembled to celebrate
one of the grcatost events the world
ever saw. Jt was not in a spirit of
boasting that Americans should con
template the triumph of liberty
achieved over a century ago. That
achievement was only' a develop
ment of a principle that had existed
for nil time. Americans should raiso
the star-spangled banner high over
Hawaii, England, Franco, or any
. - . A,
other country, at every step in ad
vance taken in tho cause of human
ity. He concluded by calling on
the Royal Hawaiian Band, which
responded with a grand medley of
national airs, that was heat lily ap
plauded. . Mr. R. Jay Greene read tho De
claration of independence with ilnc
Mr. Men ill said it was related
that when tho bell on Independence
Hall announced the Declaration of
Independence an impulsive Yankee
standing by could not resist shout
ing, "Glory, Hallelujah!" He
therefore called on the audience to
sing "Glory, Hallelujah," which
was done with a will, accompanied
by the band.
Rev. J. A. Cruzan, on being call
ed upon as thcoiator of the day, be
gan with a classical allusion, by say
ing that on last Thursday a bolt as
of Jupiter had struck tho orator
originally selected and made him a
Hawaiian Attorney-General, and
another had struck him and made
him the substitute speaker for this
occasion. As the witty Mr. Choato
had remarked on being asked to till
an unexpected blank, that he could
not hope to fill "it but would try to
rattle round in it a little, so he
would say on this occasion, and told
the audience to expect some " tall
rattling round " for the next few
minutes. Beginning with 177G, he
referred to the increase of stars in
the national Jlag from KJ then to !)8
now. Croakers bewailed the lapse
of those good old days, but he be
lieved that America was now in her
best days. The days of Jefferson
were the iron age. This is the silver
age "too much silver" (laughter),
but the golden age is coming. As a
people the Americans rank higher
intellectually to-day than in that
generation, notwithstanding all that
is said about the giants of those
days. Their ablest men when sent
to represent America at tho English
couit in the early times weie charged
to take no impoi taut step without con
sultingtheFrcnch Minister. Thinkof
James Russell Lowell or J. Stuart
Phelps receiving similar instructions
to-day 1 !No. America lias men to
day who can represent her without
consulting Frenchmen. The revo
lutionary period had an exceptional
number of great men, but times of
great crises develop great men. So
1770 gave thein Washington, Adams,
Jay, etc., and 18G1 gave them
Lincoln, Grant, Chase, Wilson, etc.
18(11 can overmatch 1770 for
great men. To-day, they had Til
den, Evarts, Cleveland, Scholield,
Blaine and many others who coin
pared well with the great men of
aii3' previous day. In point of
educational development the present
period was immeasurably in advance
of those times. A hundred years
ago public free schools had hardly
an existence. The newspaper, that
great educator, was then only a
weekly pamphlet, existing only in
the larger towns. It was printed on
a clumsy wooden press at the rate of
a hundred an hour, while now the
modern printing machine prints 'and
folds the great daily paper at the
rate of 30,000 an hour. Then the
library of a family in moderate cir
cumstances consisted of the Bible,
Baxter's Call, and an Almanac.
Now the workingman lias a library
that the scholar of those early days
could not'hopc to possess, and the
schoolboy in a ccJuntry school to-day
can know as much science as the
student in Harvaid College a hun
dred years ago. He proposed to
take the breath from the croaker by
saying that these days were politic
ally America's very best daj's. An
old Greek on telling Alcibiades that
"These arc degenerate days," got
the answer fiom the philosopher
that he believed it, for he heard his
"father say the same thing, which the
latter had heard from his father.
Never before was the conscience of
America so keen and so quick as now.
That was what caused the defeat of
Blaine. There was a common deter
mination that jobbery and venality
must ko. The moral standard is
higher than ever before. The speaker
cited history in many instances to
show that the times of 1770 were
not so immaculate as they have been
taken to be in the dim distance.
Congress once tried to raise money
by a lottery in order to pay tho
national debt. One hundred and six
years ago Massachusetts was a slave
State. Greeley was quoted as de
scribing tho condition of the country
from 1770 to 1800 as "fearful."
Very amusing accounts were given
of the colossal extravagance and
foppishness of the great men of that
day. The ridiculous prejudices and
scruples of the people then were in
stanced to the great meniment of
the audience. The famous law of
New Jersey, still unrepealed, making
unmarried women who corralled
husbands by means of paint, false
hair and teeth, or similar doviccs, to
lie amcuablo to the law against
witchcraft, was mentioned with the
added remark that New Jersey was
the only State needing such a law.
The American people a hundred
years ago, contrary to a prevailing
impression, were not religious. In
fidelity was widespread and Tom
l'aiue was its npostlc. Chribtiunity
.increased more thnn eight times ns
fust as their population in (he last
hundred years, Well litid the pur
poso of their fathers been fulfilled,
to establish "n chinch without a
bishop and a state without a kiiig."
Tho rev. orator concluded in a (Ino
peroration, and it is only recording
the general verdict lo say that the
oration of yesterday was ono of tho
noblest pieces of patriotio eloquenco
I ever heard uere; ami iujoyo me
average of festivo forensics to bo
heard anywhere. No outline can do
it justice, and space unfortunately
forbids nuything but n meager out
line. Tho proceedings were closed with
the singing of the "Star Spangled
Banner" by choir and audience, ac
companied by tho Royal Band, mak
ing the rafters ring with tho stirring
refrain. As the company left the
building, at 12 noon, u salute of !il)
guns, one for each State in the
American Union, was fired from the
Tho field sports at the Makiki
grounds drew a largo crowd. The
seals on the grand stand were pack
ed with spectators, mostly ladies.
The choice of Makiki instead of Ka
piolani Park gave general satisfac
tion, hundreds of persons finding
their way to the games who other
wise would have missed this part of
the programme. The Royal Haw
aiian Band was present and enter
tained the playois as well as the
spectators with "Yankee Doodle,"
"Marching Thtoiigh Georgia," and
other national airs appropiiatc to the
day. The conductors of ceremonies
were Mr. C. H. Eldridgc and Dr.
E. C. Webb. A great deal of
trouble was experienced in carrying
out the arrangements owing to the
crowding of the spectators on the
Six competitors entered for the
first foot race lo0 yards; prizes,
S3 and 82.50. Won by J. L. Tor
burt and C. J. McCarthy, Widdi
field coming in third. The second
foot race for boys from 10 to 20
years was won against 12 competi
tors by G. Rosa and Williams, W.
Gregg coining in third ; prizes, So
The next was for boys 12 to 1G
j'cars in which 23 entered. Moses
won fust prize, $5 and W. Lucas,
In tho race of boys under twelve,
10 entered, but J. Stevens led the
run from the first and had a couple
of yards to the good, winning the
first prize, 55; T. Pryce gained
second prize, 'fS.oO. The distance
in each race except the first was 100
Four competitors were bagged for
the sack race, one of them fell and
rolled over so badly that he was un
able to continue the race. George
w-oii first prize, $5 and Sam second
For the running high jump, the
bar was placed at four feet. Three
of the entries failed to get over, and
were declared "out." It was then
raised to -1 feet 4 inches and three
more were "left." It was raised
again to 4 feet 8A inches, and T.
Bila won the 85.
Six entered for putting the heavy
weight. McVey sent the weight, 31
pounds, 17 feet and 5 inches and
won the prize, 85. Afterwards, Mr.
W. Moore took it up and sent it,
with two throws, 10 feet 7 inches
and 19 feet 11 inches.
The greased pig was let loose
among the crowd, but the sport of
this event was spoiled by the pig and
his pursuers not having an open field
to run in. He was caught and
carried home by a native.
A great many abortive attempts
were made to climb the greased
pole. A sailor took the job in hand,
quickly reached the mast-head, and
secured the prize money, $10.
The field sports were finished up
in good style by a baseball match
between two picked teams selected
by Messrs. Hay Wodehouse and W.
Wall. The teams were : Wodehouse,
Moore, Parker, Meek, Kaia, Carter,
Lyons, Desha, Casire 9. Kinney,
AVall, Mochonua, Booth, Perry, Mc
Caithy, Sharratt, Levey, Jones 9.
Five innings were played. Wode
house made 1 run, 1st innings ; Car
ter, 1, 2nd innings; Wodehouse and
More, 1 each, 3rd innings ; Parker,
Meek, Kaia, -Carter, Lyons, Desha,
Casire, Wodehouse, 1 run each in
the 5th innings after two men were
put out. The score at the close
stood, Wodehouse's team, 12;
MINISTER- Jir.UUlU.'S HECEl'TIOX.
Between the hours of 2 and 4 i
m., His Excellency Geo. W. Merrill,
United States Minister Resident, and
Mis. Merrill, held a reception at the
American Legation. The attrac
tions of the open-air amusements nt
Makiki undoubtedly prevented many
from calling who would like to have
dono so, but could not on account of
the impossibility of being in the two
places nt the one time. Neverthe
less, a largo number of Americans
and others paid their respects to
America's representative. Ills Maj
esty the King, Princess Liliuokalani,
Governor Dom'mis, Ministers Gib
son, Dare, and Creighton, nnd
members of the Consular Corps
called during the afternoon.
In the evening from about 7:30 to
8:00 the fireworks, let off from a
bargo in the harbor at the lower end
of Fort street, presented a pretty
variegated spectacle. This to the
juveniles of all nationalities was
natuinlly the best feature of tho
entire day's programme. Crowds
J lined the lower wharves anil covered
tho lumber piles in that vicinity,
Tlip wharves in the neighborhood of
the Fish Market were also covered
with families nnd groups', who pre
ferred that location to tho more
crowded ono at the lowpr end of
Fort street, Tho display was very
pretty. At the same time and after
wards, fireworks on a smaller scale
were being Bent up from different
parts of the town, by private p.nrties
on their own account, to the amuse-
mont- of many little pairs of de
The programme of "the Day wo
celebrate" was finished with a grand
ball at the Opera House. A floor
was laid over the stage and extended
over the parquctlc for the dancers.
The hall was claboratch decorated
with the stars and stripes, Hawaiian
and other national Hags. The music
was very fine, tho instiunients con
sisting of bass viol, clarionets, cor
nets, (lutes, fife mid violins, all un
der the lead of Professor II. Mer
ger, bandmaster. Messrs. Dr.
McWnync, George W. Smith and
T. C. Porter were the reception
committee; Messrs. II. Gutin
(manager), E. F. Bishop and 12. D.
Tiymy, were lloor committee. His
Majesty the King, II. R. II. the
Princess Liliuokalani, His Ex. Gov
ernor Doininis, Hon. A. S. Clcghorn,
His Majesty's Ministers and mem
bers of of tho House of Nobles and
Representatives were present among
others. Tho guests were received
by Minister Merrill, and Mrs. Mer
rill, Consul-General Putnam and
Miss Putnam, and Vice - Consul
Hastings and Mrs. Hastings. There
was a large attendance of the elite
of the city who took pait in the
dances, beside those who were pic
,scnt as speclatois. Twelve dances
were on the programme. Ice cream
and cake and other refreshments
were served. The scene was alto
a very brilliant one. The meiry
whirl was kept up until the "wee
shoit hours ayant the twal." The
management was perfect, and the
whole affair passed off in a highly
rpjIK regular Qii.irluih Meeting of the
JL Prsss Publishing Company will
be held nt the nfllce, on WKDNLSDAY,
July l-lth, at 9 A.si.
71 UlJ JiS. SuUTHWICK, Sjce'y.
Nn. 1 li, dinvwi
jlx. Lunsr, K'lluuu. liawni
SI 17 45,
on u. Alii, Honolulu, pun' :i: lo tnc
oidti of Low i'ing. TliN it'll it'u is to
warn any peiaon from nigolialing tho
above. " 71 21"
ON King stri'tt, No. 2jG, a linuBC con
taining 7 ri'om-, including kit
chen, bath, pantry, etc. Stable on the
premises. ArteMun water. Kino yiuil
in front and tear. Itt'iit modulate. In.
quins of A.FI.KNXDF55.
71 If at K. O. Hnll & Sun's.
oimiT minv -it A -vnTcr
Oij.Uii.xnjx i j.i.i.y j.jj-',
NATIVE HAWAIIAN, 21 j eais of
nue, de-nc- u situation in u Dry
Goods Store. Iliih been Gje.irsin Mr.
Hitchcock's school at Lahaina. Under
stands Engli-b. Enquire nf
J A APO,
71 !.t at .Mi. Gno Kim's .-.file.
ffl. C. A.
TuBsftayEvBning, July 6th,
At H oMock. Miscell'ineo'is Pro-
gramme. Ticket", f.Q cents. 71
'"IM1K underpinned hereby gives nolico
X that lie has puichntcil from Mr.
W. W. Wright all of tho said W. W
Wiigbt's interest in the dim of Whit
man & Wright, and no lecuipta or obli
gations on behalf of thu (-aid linn will,
li om this dale lie valid c.cept signed
by S. M. WHITMAN.
Honolulu, June iS, 1BS0. CO
Crystal Soda foils
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Fola, Lemonade, Snisaparilla,
Fruit Syrups and Essenceis and
made from Hie pure Apple, all of which
wo guaiantee to bo the be-t.
J" Wo also invito parties intending
starting Mores for the mle of iced
diink nnd wUliiug lountniu biipplici,
o call on us before going tlsewheic.
Tki Crystal Sola forte,
I'. O. I!ox l)7, Honolulu.
Bell Telophono, : : 298
Mutual " : : : 330
K0OMS TO LET,
CUJ2AN, cool, comfortable, furnished
I Hooiur t lei, ut nindeiatu rati s, nt
6 and 100 lintel i-tieet. 531 in
A a complaints have lenelied mo
XX Into from foino of my riibtoiucrb
that they can puinliiiEo Jbuvaliuu.mmlu
Soap chenpur than I havn loin selling
il, I beg to btalo thnt I have always
transacted my business in u fair ami
straightforward way, chaigiug the sumo
price to all alike, and felling at n
moderate rate; and al the ninio time I
would inform my customers and Iho
public that from and after this dale my
prico will bo IJ7 per 100 lbs.
T. W. KAWMNS.
Honolulu Snap Works, Lei en, Hono
lulu, Juno SlBt. m
' ' ifff" likfiiifiitftfsfc'
Mer-Maiid S. I Co.,
rJ?Io J3cwt DHSoiuto
to tho World Renowned
'lhu new and ttaiinch
Steamer W. G. Hall
Iiuavd Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
TiiiMhiy, .July lilth.
Thu Me.uncr pas'-c along tho cntlio
coast of the leuwnrd side of Ilawdl, af.
folding tourists :i panorama of chat in.
big MU'iior.i, and will slop at Kcul.iko.
kiia Hay, v. hem stilllulent time is aliow.
id to visit thu Monument, of Captain
Toiulslsby this ionic icach l'unaltiu
at 5 o'clock on tho day after leming
Honolulu, being only ouu ulghi on the
vesol, milking thu Vnlho passage in
smooth water. At l'uniiltiu tlieiu is tins
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from them louri(a ill lit? convoyed
by ruilioii'l to l'nhaht, thence by tt'ige
coach lo llalf.wny House, wheio horses
and uuhk's will tin in atli'iidiiuco to con
vey tin-in to the Volcano.
loiuisls will nave Uo nights ami one
whole day at tho Volcano House.
Tickets for tho round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to IJA'UtY AllMITAGK.
Agent, at Williams' Photograph G.illery,
Foil Miicl, or at tin; olllcu of th MS.
N. Co., K-phiini'le. T.O Gin
AFIUST-ULASS ASSISTANT MILL.
POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE
fi7 if N. S. Sachs, Piopiluto'-.
NOTICE of MEETING.
rpilE qunrloily MictltiK i C ll ew r
X itLo, Limited, will bo held al the
nlHco ut Jlic I'oinpnnv on (Juci'ii Midi,
on FKIDAY, tho '-tli uW.-mi'. ! 10
o'clock, a.m. J.O. CAH'IKR
SuMU'tury O. Hiewi-r & Company.
Honolulu, July 2, 18311. L lw
&& e!3 - -a
to infoim the Public in general
ti.nt lie lias leeuved an
of Ladies', Gents' and Children'b
Boots, Shoes &
F.y order of J. F. Haekteld, E;q., the
duly appointed A"ii:"C'i- of the Dink
unit IMale of T. K Cbukeof Kipaliulu.
Mnui, aeling under nuthoiily ot unor
der ot the Suproin" Couit dated June S,
18S'i, weuiediieeted to bill ul i'ublio
auction, tit our Saleroom, in Honolulu,
On MONDAY, July 11), 'SO,
at V2 o'Urck, no'n, of Hint day,
All the Right, Title & Interest
of; the Paid J. P. Hacklnld aa buch
Aiignee, of. In and to the
bituito nt Kipabulu, Maui, heietnfoie
belonging to tlnj said T lv. Clarke.
The Miid Plnnlalioii eiuiii rhc-, aloiit
Hj01 aciesof Land in fee simple, and
about lfiOO aeies ot Leised Lund; then
arc iilioul7 b(0 acies ol L'ind available
lor cane cultivation; nhoiii ISO acres of
I-laiit Cane and nil nil 1-10 (:n. ol 1 and
2 Hnitoiiiii) are now plowing for the
nexl ciop to foiito off tioin, suv Hi rem
ber, 1SM5, to about May, ltS7. Tlieie
132 head of Working' Cattle,
2 Bulls, 27 Yearlings,
35 CoVq with 27 Calves,
3 Mules, 10 Horses and some
on tho Plantation all branded TKC, also
About 11 Bullock Carts,
2 Mule Carts, Plows and
other Implements & Tools
cinerallv used on a biicar plantation.
Tho laigei pint of the Ctnio, when har
vested, can bo conveyed lo the mill by
Tin ru is a good i-nbMnntinl landing
blidgo, lu wliluh tho Plantation holds a
half lulciott. Also, n Donkey Kuglne
and ini line tinak connected with the
The Plantation is In good running
oider and a now crop is being put in at
Xt3"" Thu terms of tho Sale tiro CASH,
and the Deeds mo at thu expense of the
For nil fiinher pmticiilura apply lo
J. F. llackMd', Honolulu, or to OSG.Vlt
UNNA nt Jfipahuln, Maui.
E. P. ADAMS
General Business & Purchasing AQcnt.
My most failhlul iiiteii'lon will bo
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for Die residents of tho
Ul) several Islands of lhli group, fly
- ' l-'v-
Jerseys, JL-ixces, Shetland SBluivls,
In Pink, Hlue, Red nnd White, just received, ex Ktnlinilln, nt thu
CHAS. J. FESHEL, Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
The l.niliiM of Honolulu nro epeclnlly Invited to come nnd 'In peel my new
Stook oT All. Over KmbioldcilcH, l.nni!, Mixed Chnmbr js in unk, blue, crenni,
brown nnd gt ay, with Kntbroideiics to malcli Piinled J,nwii in endless
variety. Tho llnriit line of Pnrn'oln ever ehown in tills liby. Some
thing new in STRIPED HUNTINGS, Hie latcM.
stea, wnue & mm Aii
with EDGINGS to match. The llncst lino of Trimmed and Untrlmmcd lints,
Klowcre, li'iuther.-', ltibbons,,Otuumcnt9. always on hnnd.
OHAS. J. FISHJEIL,
The Leading Millinery House,
Cornel ol Fovt
Grand Opening, F
Commencing Monday, Juno, ldth, at the
dumb Pddl7P fUllSLlUUL
Having just received n supplv of New Good", consisting of some of the Leading
and Fusliiouable Snlesot L'ADIEd nnd MISfcES IIA'I S, I mrst respectfully in.
vite thu Ladles to cull and examine the same, also, a large line of
Corsets, Ladies' &
1 have also tho pleasure of infoiming the Ladies thnt I have been fortunate enough
to iconic the services of one of the best nnd most favorably known Milliners of
San Francisco, juvt arrived by the Zealaudia.
Will now hnve charge of the Millinery Department, she having for mnnv vcars
kept one ot the largest Jlilllneiy Stores in Sun Francisco, and being also well
known In Honolulu, 1 hope to obtain a share of patronage, and will guarantee
satisfaction in all ca-es
I" Dressmaking in all Its branches will be attended to by myself, "a
RflRS. J, LYOWS, Proprietor.
Practical Confectioner, Taney
EESI'EOTFULLY informs the Public of Honolulu and the Islands generally
that lie intends to furnish, as soon as the ncided appliances airive, all the
Different Creams, Fruit end Water Ices
practically known to him. Having made a contiact with the Wondlawn Dairy for
it couiii.nl supply of their celebinted Cream, will"fupplj his customers with more
Ihau fitly dilleicnt kinds Fancy Creams, Tootie Fiuily, Souffles and many more
too numerous to mention here, nil ot which lie has had piactical experience with
nt the Imperial Courts of 'Viuinn and the Hoynl Confietionery of Bavaria. All
steam.power-inade articles in this line are far superior to any hand-made.
Proprietor Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and Ornamentnl Confectioner.
FACTO liY AND bTOHK No. 71 Hotel slieet. between Fori and Nuuanu Sts.
Both Telephones, No. 74.
P. S. Special arrangements made regarding Prices for large orders, which it
will be impossible for any ne else lo compete Willi.
Vaseline Cnmplior Ire,
Vnselluo Cold Cream,
Vuselinc Hair OH,
. VaHollne Hewlus Muchlno Oil,
Hollister &'Co., 109 Fort Street. -
MONEY TO LOAN.
TN amounts of
$100 and upwards.
ticiiritv n-qiiircil. Apply to
42 Merchant itreet, Honolulu
The Grand. Work Finished.
Gen. Grant's Memoirs.
liotli volumes aro ready for dillverv.
Thu press nil over Iho woild speak in
tidmiiabla terms of tho hooks. Send
in jour name to tho undeislgned and
feoinu n set.
Piices of'lhctvto volumes (complete
set) are as follows!
In tino'eloth binding, plnin edges
$0 00 per set
In full sheep binding, Libiaiy
M)lo, marbled edges. ..11 00 per tot
In fine half morocco binding, mar
bled edges $111.00 per set
In fullTiiikoy niorroccn, beveled
boaids, lull gilt hack nnd
c'lgis. . .-. $0.d0 per set
In three calf $'7,00 per set
J. li. . IBBMAN, Geneial Uusdncs
Agent of Honolulu, is our auihnriif.ed
Agent on the Hawaiian Islands. 'CO lm
rpiJE undersigned, having this dav
X lca.cd to GKOHGE OAYANAGH,
of Honolulu, the Honolulu Fleam Laun
dry, notice is hereby given Unit the said
George Oavnnngh alono is leiponsihlc
for nil debts cntrneted by tint bald
Georgu Ctiviinngh for the tuitl Laundry
from nnd after this date.
Assignee of , I V, McLaughlin.
Honolulu, June 17, 1880. CO
i i" !
iitiwmii imrr imwi'W
T1 R B 1 "
- uver tmoroEoeries
&; IXotel SKrcclH.
One Week Only
Pastry Cook and Ornamentor.
Guinness's Porter, Extra Stout
Bass's India Pale Ale, bottled by'
H. It. Foster &. Sons, Lund on.
Also, on baud,
Kohlor & Frohling's
Zlnfiuulel. Claret, Gutedel,
Klesling, Madeira, Port Wine,
Malaga, .Muscat, Burgundy,
(in cases and kegs,
Aho, n full assortment of
For Sale by
Ed. Hoffsohlaeger & Co.
i MACNEALE & URBAN No. 12 Safe
JL in good order. Com, 2 years ago,
now, ?"00. 8(11 for Jj.1110 cash. 1 Up.
right "Horde"" Piano in good order,
Co-t, when now, 'AW, Will sell for
6260: gunrautced. Apply nt onco.
J. K WISEMAN,.
05 2w General Uusincss Agent,
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