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Department of Interior,
Honolulu, .Inly 7, 1390.
All parties having
Claims for Moneys
duo lor labor or mntcrinl against the
Department of the Interior or nny of its
Bureaus nro hcroby requested to present
the same to tho Bureau by which tho
same was incurred, in proper foun or
On or boforo Friday; July 9, 1886,
nt 12 o'clock M.
WALTEK M. OII1SON,
72 21 Minister of Intel lor.
of tho requirements, but tho l)c
pnt tment should lmvo nu appropria
tion us n contingent, llo moved the
item pass at $5,000, for "repairs of
landings outside of Honolulu."
lJcp. Kcau moved S 1,000 as suf
ficient. Hep. Aholo considered the item
might be struck out, moving ac
cordingly. Ucp. Thurston thought this was a
bad place to economize, as without
a fund for repairs, the Government
BISHOP & Co., BAJfKEKS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exohaugc on tliu
Buulc oi' CuUl'orulu, H. IT,
Ami their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, I-ondon
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
Tho Bank of Xew Zeslant?: AwMfoid,
Chrlstchurch, and WelHncwwv.
The Bank of British Cohmifcut, V1p-
toria, B. C, ami TcnHinS, ti.
Transact a General B-taklse RtiMiir!..
t gaUii gut U ft in.
Pledged to neither Sect rcr Firiy.
Bat established fjr the te-eat cf Hi.
THURSDAY, JULY S, 1SS5.
Unprincipled men to -whom honor
and rectitude are neither intelligible
nor sacred think it no crime to de
fraud the Government, so long as
the' cover up their tracks .and
escapo detection. Men of this des
cription can be found in every coun
try, but in some more than in others.
This Kingdom unfortunately has its
full share, and a little over. The
nation has fallen upon corrupt times,
and suffers from the dishonest and
dishonorable peculations of those
pledged to preserve its honor and
integrity. Men paid, and well paid,
too, for public services, arc not
satisfied with their legitimate hire,
but defraud the state bj' sccietly
pocketing discounts and commis
sions on any and every convenient
occasion. Thus, one man purchases
supplies for the Government at a
less price than the amount written
on the bill, the difference between
the amount actually given and the
amount stated on the voucher going
into the pockets of the purchaser.
Another lets a contract for the per
formance of work at si specified
figure, the contractor actually re
ceiving less, the difference being ap
propriated by the Government offi
cial. In this way many thousands
of dollars are annually and fraudu
lently diverted from the public ser
vice to private emolument. All such
discounts and rebates should go into
the Government treasury, and not
to the private account of the Gov
ernment employee. Here is a field
for the reforming agency of the new
FIFTY-FIFTH DAY. CONIINUKI).
"Wedsksuay, July 7th.
' AFTr.UNOON SUSSION.
The house went into committee
of the whole . on the Appropriation
Bill, Noble Kapena in the chair.
Rep. Kaulukou moved the com
mittee rise, report progress and ask
leave to sit again, to allow the
Judiciary Committee present a re
Rep. Kaulukou, on (suspension of
the rules, presented tho Judiciary
Committee's report on the bill to
provide for certain expenses of the
Government till August 31st, 1880,
recommending that the bill pass
with amendments, that three-fourths
of the salaries in the three last ap
propriations, excepting those of the
Supremo Court judges, bo paid :
also that the l'ost Ollice and tho
Government nurseries be included
among tho services to bo provided
for. The rcpoit was adopted,
Rep. Richardson moved the
amendments bo inserted in the Eng
lish version, and then tho bill be
engrossed. Tho motion cairied and
the bill was ordered to he read a
third time to-morrow.
The house again resolved itself
into committee of tho whole, Noblo
Kapena in the chair.
fiow Landings and Repnlis of
Landings outside of .Hono
lulu 8 5,000
Rep, Castlo wantod to know if
this was not in whole or in part
covered by tho thirty and odd thou-
' sand dollars put in tho bill the other
Minister Gibson, speaking by tho
Interior Report, said probably those
yotes of the other day coveted some
would lose landings damaged by
Hep. Aholo withdrew his amend
ment, and the motion of the Minister
Rep. Pachaolo moved lo insert
Building what nt Vukoo 8 '.'.000
Hep. Naliinu moved to insert
Landing nt Xapoopoo ami Oopu-
loa $ fOO
Rep. Is'ahale moved to insert
Landing nt Kailua.... ,,,,.S .500
Hep. Dickey moved $1,000.
Hep. Kaha'le said if the house
gave only $1,000, it might as well
give nothing. He had The estimate
of n civil encinecr that it would'OcM
Rep. Aholo said the landing veto
a nice -sand beach, that dtd Tot re
quire an erection.
Rep. vjmn!irn.'no Agreed rith tic
previous spoaktsr, "KsiIoj. tos noifoi
ititsrsieHtjetnid i-hiiir sifi swvwa-l f.-vr
tits MiiriMih iui- .ffrid nj-.lMr-.s3 wk&rw. J
35 c iitrpT!iye& That tiivil engineer wa
one ot irhrtsc mantwmed in Jho Ap
tfiHipritftirm Rill, -aa& Ibid osll5cl
i tthofr!toTilmBrlKr sivw, s:cme ami
, CTUitie ih:.i xromM he required for sn
'J tMicvr,'. rt;ure.
Ketv Xa laovcil $2,000. saying
! Ksilua vrs:- no; o smooth when the
trade winds suspended.
Passed at 61,000.
Hep. Thurston moved to insert
AVhaif at KauuaKaknt, Molokai.. .2,000
lie gave a description of great diili
eulties in landing there. Molokai
had not had her fair share of appro
priations. With the exception of a
small wharf at the leper settlement,
there were no wharves on the whole
Hep. Kcau moved 81,000, and
that Mr. Kaunamano have the con
tract, as he as such an adept in
constructing cheap wharves.
Noble Dominis suppoitcd the mo-.,
tion of 2,000, giving additional
facts tegarding the dilllcultics of the
Rep. Kaunamano was in favor of
the motion for 61,000, till he heard
the remark about his wharf-building
capabilities, and to spite the lion,
member for Honolulu he would vote
for $2, 000. His wife had experi
enced great difliculty in getting
ashore at the place, and he did not
believe sailors should be required to
make wharves of their backs so that
passengers should get ashoie. It
was no wonder Kamehameha I.
deserted his palace at Kaunakakai,
when it had such a miserable land
ing. That place, too, was famous
in history as the abode of the thick
Rep. Aholo supported the larger
amount, saying the whole public
were concerned in having good land
ings. The item passed at 2,000.
Rep. Paehaole moved to insert
Wharf at Kainalo. Molokai &1,800
The reasons were similar to those
urged in the previous case, besides
which there was n sugar plantation
Rep. Kaai thought Molokai was
not modest in asking appropriations
for wharves. They ought to leave
something for future Legislatures to
Rep. Paehaole said the trouble
was they never had anything before.
Rep. Thuiston said tho appropria
tion was" made -last session, but not
Rep. Aholo said they ought to
help the agricultural interests of the
country, and, as Mr. Paehaole had
said, that plantation was one of tho
few worked by Ilawaiians, and those
people should be assisted, whereby
the cultivation of sugar by natives
would be encouraged. He did not
believe in economizing on necessary
public woiks. Put the items in, and
if the Government had the money
the work would be done.
Rep. Kaulukou moved 1,000.
The people were raising sugar now
without discouragement, and 1,000
would encourage them a good deal.
Rep. Kalua was in favor of the
larger umount. The five natives
raising cane there on shares were
poor people helping themselves, and
therefore should be assisted with
conveniences for shipping their
Passed at 1800.
Hep, Kalua moved to insert
Landing at Waimanalo, Oahu... 92,000
The same member moved to insert
Improvements to Landing.- at
ilcclaaud Koolaupoko 81,000
Rep. Kauai moved to insert
Landing at Wahnea, Kauai...... $2,000
Rep. Palohuu moved to insert
Landing nt Kapnn, Kuiial 2,000
Rep. Kekoa moved to insert
Lauding at Kumaloa, Hawaii.... $S,000
He said that was tho best place for
a landing in tho district of Puna,
and was very much needed there.
Rep, Castle moved SI, 000, which
would be about 500 for every in
Rep. Kekoa said there wero large
villages on either sido of this land-
very strongly to get an appropria
tion. Hep. Kani moved g2,000.
Rep. Dickey moved that tho item
be indefinitely postponed, as tho
people had got along very well with
out n lauding. There was no Gov
ernment whnrf on Maui, with all its
largo indusliics, unless it was a
small whnrf at Lahaina.
Noble Dominis said that, besides
Lahaina , there were public wharves
nt liana and Maalacn on Mnui.
Passed at 2,000.
Hep. Kaai moved lo inscit
Lauding at Moktilau $500
Rep. Paehaole moved to insert
Improvement to Landing at Ka-
laupapa, Molokai 9 COO
Hep. Kalua said this being tho
leper settlement, if improvements
wcie required the Hoard of Health
would have them made anyway.
Minister Gibson said that in con
sequence of dilllcultics, some work
had been done, in the way of blast
ing stone, to make a boat landing,
the only thing practicable there. It
would cost a very large sum to make
anything greater, but with the or
dinary resources of the Hoard all
the improvements- necessary to the
landing could be made.
Rep. Wiehsolo, after hearing the
explanation of The Minister, with
drew hi- motion.
Hep. KeXos moved lo insert
tawdtaurai Kills. Hawaii $AW
Anchor asnl Boy S3,IXX)
New l.tihthoue. Honolulu Har-
Rep. Brown would asked if the
The people Jmd urged him
Government could not do without
this and save 4,000.
Minister Gibson could not speak
from information. He believed
there were complaints of the nature
of the light from mariners, but per
haps that could be rectified without
building a new structure.
Ucp. Castle asked if there was
not danger of the building tumbling
Hep. Thurston moved to defer the
item until the Minister had time to
gain information and give it to the
New Lighthouse. Makcna, Maui.. 500
Noble Dominis showed the great
necessity for a light there, and the
Hep. Kaulukou moved to insert
New Lighthouse atMakahanaloa,
Rep. Thurston thought it should
not cost more to build a lighthouse
there than at Makena. He moved
it pass at 000.
Rep. Aholo thought they would
not need a lighthouse there, when
the lion, member got Hilo lighted
with tho electric light. Save the
1,500 and build a lighthouse else
where. Rep. Kaulukou said the 1,500
was meant to pay the keeper for two
years as well as build the house.
Passed at $G00.
Minister Gibson said, with regard
to the item for a new lighthouse in
Honolulu harbor, that it v. as not for
work done but for work contem
plated. The keeper, who had beeu
there a long time and had a large
family, having been. afraid of the
tower falling, was given a new resi
dence alongside, lie feared the old
structure was liable to fall in case of
a heavy storm.
The item passed.
Rep. Thurston asked what became
of the item for a lighthouse at Bar
ber's Point, Oahu, which had been
in the Appropriation Bill four years
past, but not expended.
Rep. Brown said Mr. Carter, a
former Minister of the Interior,
found difficulty in getting the land
required, and nothing had been
Rep. Hayselden moved to insert
Lighthouse at Baiber's Boint. .. 3,000
Rep. Brown moved 2,000.
Rep. Paehaole moved 1,000.
Minister Gibson said if the light
house was built it would probably
take all of the amount proposed by
Rep. Hayselden. A dwelling for
the keeper would have to be built,
and as nobody lived tpero at least
800 a year would be lequired as a
salary to induce any man to stay
Rep. Castle thought the building
of lighthouses und their keeping
should be separato, as they were in
Passed at 3,000.
Repairs and Running Expenses
of Lighthouse 812,000
Rep. Hayselden moved 15,000,
which would bo necessary if these
new lighthouses were built.
Hep. Brown thought tho amount
in tho bill was sufficient, as out of
this item last period tho Honolulu
light-keeper's dwelling was built and
a balanco still left unexpended.
Minister Gibson, from all tho in
formation ho had, thought tho De
partment would be able to get along
with the amount named in the bill.
Rep. Hayselden withdrew his
amendment, and tho item passed at
I'nieliaso of Steam Tug Elcu 839,830 18
Rep. Brown read from tho report
thata,0a"J.18 of this was for in
terest, and asked what rate was
Minister Gibson said it was seven
perceut, payable to the parties from
whom tho steamer was purchased in
Rep. Brown did not seo why tho
tug, which was very necessary,
should not have been purchased un
der tho appropriation of 15,000.
Tito Government should never pay
more lnterost than they do on tho
Rep. Dickey agreed with the pre
vious speaker. Tho other day the
Minister had said that the credit of
the country was never better. Then
why was this money not obtained
under tho loan act?
Minister Gibson was surptised at
tho remarks of the hou. member for
Maknwao, and would ask what loan
act he meant. The Government was
authorized lo borrow money at 12,
9, 0 and fi percent. The credit of
tho Government in which he had u
partlwas perhnps not so cooil as it
should be, but it was ns good as that
of Governments in times past. In
187-1 a loan act was passed author
izing tho Government to borrow n
million dollars, and a gentleman
whose picture hung above him (Mr.
Harris) went to London with it but
could not obtain a dollar. The tug
was here doing good service, and an
arrangement was mado whereby
those who sold the vessel were to
leceive the reasonable interest of 7
percent while they waited for an ap
propriation to be made by this
Hep. Castle said there was no
need to wait for the appropriation,
when there was an appropriation
made last session.
The item passed.
Hutiutm; Espouses of Steam
Tugs 8 15,000
Rep. Brown moved the committee
rise, which carried.
Noblo Kapena reported to the
house the progress made in com
mittee of the whole on the Appro
priation Bill, and the rcpoit was
At -1:50 the hoii'-e adjourned till
10 o'clock to-moirow.
III 11 A.M
I will ell liv niintlnn, nt my
Very Choice Works,
joid order, tliu I'loperty of n private
Regular Cash Sale.
On 1TJSIDAY, July Dili,
at 10 a.m., at my Salesroom, will be
sold, a'l auction,
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Urockerv ami Ulnswaic,
Sugar, Potatoes and Com,
Oioccilusnml IIuuslIioIiI Furiilniif.
Ami hy orikr uf n ptnminunt Imputter,
to elo-e uoiiBlinimi-utB,
1 hale Scotch Phihl Shawls
1 hale fl.JTei-d,
IMicis of French Diagonals ami a few
choice SliuuK ami liul QuilK
Uy onler of Ir. F. II. (Mllng, a uu'in.
tlty of UlaekMiilili's Tools anil apnar.
alus. nml by oiiler of Mr. V. S.
Lure, a "quantity oT ery
JiiBt ireclved, ex Lapwing, a large consignment of
Prepared by .Tohann Marin Farina,
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street.
' '""' ! i i i wwmwm w m i hit
E-SATS, HATS, &-8ATS,
ANY ilncitnuui Mmicd - ray wife,
KAIL.VK AXOA, will ue null ami
void without my sipiritiue.
"3 Iw ISKAflL FISHKH.
Attention, Firo Police 1
MEMBERS are nqucstu'I to attend
reguln Mi-clini: nt Eu-ine Co.
No. 2 Hall TllH EVLXUNG, at 7:20
o'clock. Business: Election of Olllcerp.
Uy order of the Captain.
EX ZEALANDIA, AT
rpiIB n-guhii QuarteilyM'.'ctingnf tlm
Jl l'ress l'liblishim;" Oomp.u wl I
ho held tit the uillei-, on" YVl-.ONLSDAY,
July ttth, at ! a.m.
71 1 1 1 T. S. SOUTHWICIC Sec'y.
HOUSE TO LET.
ON Kill: street, No. L'"j0, a house con
Uiininr 7 room--, including Ki
chen, bath, pantry, etc. Stabloonilio
premise-.. Aitc-lan unter. Fine y.-titl
inlionlamlie.il. Kent moili-rnlc. In
quire ot A. FI'.ltN NI)JZ,
71 If nt E. O. Hull ifc Soii'a.
SIT UAT1 ON WAN TED,
ANATI E HAWAIIAN, 21 jo.us of
'm-', de'MH". n "liiintloii In a Drv
Gowils Stoio Hi- hi on II ctiib in r.
Hitchcock's school al Laliatna. Uiulu
stumls Eni!lMi. Enquire of
J A. Al'O,
71 M at Mr. Goo Kim's imre.
Ladies' Bazar, 88 Fort Street
Is tho Leading Millinery House of Honolulu !
With MHS. K. T. SIC1DMOHK, the Sin Francisco favorite, as Manager, We aie
sure to enlt all tastes.
New Oooili received by every steamer. CHILDREN'S HATS mailu up lo
order In all styles. Always on hand, a full lino of
Laces, Embroideries, Velvets, Velveteens,
Plushes, Fciitlii-ri-, Flowcri--, Tlpa, &c, Ladies', JIIfpcV and Children's Underwear.
Also, Ladles', JIlsscs' and Children's Hosiery in pieat variety. Just
received, a full line of the
in all sixes and colois, without doubt the Ik at nsiortment to be found in
All-Wool Queensland Shawls.
MRS. J. .LYONS, Proprietor.
p hium uiuui iuo;
Jerseys, Laces, Slietlancl Sliawls,
In I'lnk, Blue, Hcd and White, just received, ex Zealandia, at the '
Leading Millinery House
The Delightful Residunee
of Rev. J. M. Alexander, situate at
Consisting of 223 Acres of Land,
of which 20 Acrea K planted with Kuca.
lyptus. lit for cutting foi iiiewood. Tile
wood linds ready sale delivered nu ihe
pldce. Tlmrc are also 1 Acre in Guinea
giass, onn of the moU valuable grass.es
Known for stock.iaising. Also,
i Lapp Dwellini House,
Servants' House, Carriage House,
and all the conveniences of a home.
Tho premises have an UNFAILING
WA'iER SUPPLY, which is laid on in
pipes lo the house and pastilles. AlbO,
i Choice American Stallion,
1 Jack, about 50 Horses,
mares and colts,
1 Part Durham Bull, about
Tho pasture land Is very rich, afford
ing abundance of pasturage for twice
the number of stock now on it.
Several rnvinea close to tho house are
well Blocked with bearing fruit trees:
Alligator Pears, Mangoes, Peaches,
Ureiiulrult, rinc Apple?, etc., etc.
The large yard in which tliu dwelling
stands U a beautiful combination of
preen turf, oi;iainental shrubbery and
The location is on the slope about ono
mile raauka of the Haiku 71 ill, and ow
ing to its elevation the scenery isuiiBiir.
passed, and the temperature much cooler
tuau at Ui e sea level.
There is a good English school nt
Extensive adjneont lnml arc for sale
or lease In case ihe purchaser wlbhos to
combine them for a large rauch,
"VJIE iiiidiiili!iicd heieby give notice
- that lie has puichisetl Irom Mr.
YV W Wright all i.f the suiil W. W
Wright's inteie-t iti the (Inn. ut Ml.
man fc Wiight, ami no leecipts or obli.
gutloiw on behalf of thetiiiu lirni will,
liom this date, be valid except sigiud
by S. M. WHITMAN.
Honolulu, June 8. 18S0. JO
NOTICE of MEETING.
rpilE quarterly Meeting of C Brewer
JL it Co , Liniiud, will be held al II c
ofilcof (be Company on Queen strut t,
on l'KIDAY, tho Mh instnnt. at 10
o'clock, a.m. J.O.tJAHTEH,
Scf'Ptiuv C Hrewer & Company.
Hm olulii, .Inly -2, 18"(i. () Iw
ierlai S. I Co.,
Tlie J3est JR-oxxte
to the World Rcuov.ned
Volcano of KiSauea
The new and ftiunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
Tuesday , July lllth.
Tiin Me unci pas-e along the enliie
coast of ihe leeward side ol Haw il, af.
fording tf-nris-ts n panorama of charm,
ing suenci.x, and will stop at K-like.
ku.i Hay, wheic sulllcient lime'it-nllow.
ed to visit tho Monument ol Captain
Tourists by this joule leit-h Punaluu
at 5 o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one nlghi on the
vessel, makinc the entiio passage in
Finooth watei. At Punaluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from (hero touiits will be conveyed
by railroad to Pahnla, thence hy htngc
coach to Half. way lloute, wheio hoibes
and guides will bo in attendance to con.
vey them lo (he Vol uno.
Tourists will have two nights and one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HAKKY AKMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Port sin ct, or at tho office of the 1. 1 B.
N. Co., r.splnnade. 3".0 flm
CKAS. J. F1SHEL, Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
The Ladies of Honolulu are specially invited to enme and inspect my now
Stock of All. Over Embroideries, Laccp, Mixed Chambr.iys in pink, blue, cream,
blown and gray, with Embroideries to match. Printed Lawns in endless
v.uieiy. The tint st line of Parnols ever shown in this ciiy. Some
thing new in STRIPED BUNTINGS, the latest.
Red, White & Blue Ail-Over Embroideries,
' with EUG1NGS to match. Tho finest line of Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats,
Flowers, Feathers, Ribbons, Ornaments, always on hand.
CHAS. J. EMSHJEL,
The Leading Millinery House,
Corner ol IToi-t & XXotcl festx'eets.
TEPilPLE OF FASHION,
0 1 ttud 03 ITort Street.
We aio pleased to announce the arrival of our immense huge Invoiceof
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Laoes, Elon,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing G-oods,
and are now offering unpicccdeutcd and unrivalled Bargains in all our deparlm'tt
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very fine Victoria Lawn at
lame assortment of new Sniinn sUlcs in Lawns.
figured and brocaded, white Pique and a full line of Dress Goods, the latest out
nnicce. 10 vards: a very
largo assortment of new gpiing stjlcs in Lawns, 4-4 Batiste, Sateens, plain
Also, 28 Acres and an 8-Room
Cottage at Qlinda,
At an elevation of 4 000 feet I
TERMS MODEUATE Cash or mojt.
gage. For further particulars, apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
73 2v 38 Merchant Street.
ROOMS TO LET,
GLEAN, cool, comfortable, furnished
Hooms to let, at mod oj ate ratCB, at
08 and 100 Motel Mri'el. 581 in
o"chong & co.
SINCE the great firo wo have been
Near the Fish Market,
where wo are now prepared to All nil
orders entrusted to us. Upon tho com
pletion of Mr. Aswan's now brick build
ing, wo have nrrauged to occupy a por
tion of the same. Wo respectfully soli,
cit a share of public patronage and
guarantee satisfaction to all who may
Klvo us a triul. 67 lm
complaints have reached mo of
late from tonic of my ciibtomeu
that they caiipmchasu Hawaiian.miidc
Soap cheaper than I have been selling
it, I beg lo htato that I havo always
tuiiis.uilcd my butiiRsi- in u fair ai d
btraighifoiward way, dunging tliL-eamu
pi leu to all alike, and selling at a
moderate rate; and nt tho same time I
would Infoiin my custmncrh and tho
public that from and aftui thl.i dale my
pi ice will bur per 1001 lit.
Honolulu Boap Works, Lulio, Hono
liilu, JuiioiilBt. Oil
Tho Grand Work Finished.
Gen. Grunt'H Memoirs.
Both volumes aroieady for dt livery.
The pi ess all oturthu wuild tpeul; in
admirable terms of the bocks. Send
in your name to tho uiiilei signed and
secuio a set.
Prices of the two volumes (complete
set) are ns follows:
In Hue cloth h nUlng, i lain edges
?0 00 per set
In full sheep binding, ,ibrary
stylo, marbled edges. ..$11 00 pertel
In flno half morocco binding, mar
bled edges ij. 1 3.00 per bet
Iu full Tui key moriocco, hoveled
boards, full gilt back und
edges $20.00 per set
In three calf $27.00 per bet
J. E. WISKMAN, General Bushiest
Agent of Honolulu, is our authorized
Agent on the Hawaiian Islands, 00 Ira
Hjace Bonole, IadLies' Tricot Cloth
in all the new shades; 40 do. Ladies Lisle Thread Hoeo at 40 cents,
tho best value ever offered.
Just received, all the latest styksJinBoys and Children's Suits; Great Bargains,
Boys Blue Klanel Sailor Suits at $2.00 a Suit. Just received, direct from
Ladies', Men's, Misses! and Children's Shoes,
which we ofler at bed-iock prices.
S. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
New Goods, Just Received !
Shelf Hardware, IiockH, Knobs, Padlocks,
A full line of Agate Vnie, Hoiifo Furnishing Goods, Eddjs & Jewett's Ilcfrigcra.
tor, Water I liters and CooIcif, Tee Chetls, White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers,
new pattern; Eay Lawn Mom eis, 'Door Mats, Garden and Canal Barrows, Axe,
Hou, Pick and Fork Handles,
Socket and Planters' Hoes, a Superior Artiole,
Cut-down Muskets, Powder, Shot and Caps,
Feme Wiro and Maples, Manila and Sisal Hope,
The laiebt novelties in Lamp goods, tho very Bcbt nnd tecond giado Kerosene Oile,
Berry Bros. Fuuiituio Varnish. For sale at lowint maiktt rales hy
Tlie Pacific Hardware Coif, Mull
FOKT STREET, HONOLULU.
P.O. BOX 315.
Real Estato Agent,
IIoiiolulii, IT. I.
Wilucr'a Steamship Agent,
Custom House Broker,
Mannuer Hawaiian Onoin House.
liuilioad Agent Firo and Life Insurance Agent,
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