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TUESDAY, JULY 20, 18R0.
Slnir W G Hall from Mnul and Hawaii
Sclir Ko An lion from Kaunakaksil
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Stnir'Moknllt for Moloknl
Stmr Iwalanl for Kauai
Sclir Wnlcliu for Pal.i
Stmr Kilauca Hon for Windward 1'orH
Sohr Wnlull for Uonoinu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sohr Dora Itlulini for Sail Franolico
Solir ICe An Hon for ICaimakakal
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Itlgi, Zopll
Bk Star of Devon, Lovcll
llktnc Morning Slur, Turner
Fr seer Hnmmonia, Arnard
Gor nelirMary G llnhm,
Ger bk Furst Bismarck, Vnnder Vine
IlL'tnc W G Irwin, McCollooh
Schr W S llowno, rnnl
Norwegian bark Aurora, Stittcrlaud
Ger bk F O Slcbun, llruhn
Sclir Dora lMtihm, Win lilulnn
Bk Blrmnli, 0 II Jonas
Am bktno Kureka, Leo
Uk Ilolden, Joycusou
" Brit bk Isle of Erin, Nicholson, from
Liverpool, due July 15-31.
Am bk Edward .May, Johnson, from
Boston, due August 2U-H1.
Brit ship Amutia, from Liverpool, duo
Haw brig Allio ttowc, J Philips, from
Hongkong, duo June 10-30.
Am brig Sallna, Blake, from San
Francisco, due at Kakului, June 20-2(.
Bol bark Don Nicolas, Koss, from
Port Towuscnil, AV T, due July 20-111.
Am schr Ida Schnaucr, from Eureka,
Cal, due at Kalmlul, July 20-;i0.
Nlc bk Kimijio, Howard, fiom De
parture Bay, B C, due June 25-30.
For Maui and Hawaii, per steamer
Likellkc, July 190 Unnti, Misses
Barnard ( 2), I'll Koworth, G F Ben
ton, Mr Meyers, J Maguire,N MeDruni
ucr, Mons Fecr, ltcv Father Leouor, E
L Guliek, Dr A II Bailey, Miss Katy
Duncan, Miss S Louis and about 110
From Maui aud Hawaii, per stmr AY
G Hall, July 20 P C Jones and wife,
Miss M Carter, II C Dent, J II D Kidcr,
Sirs A Clark aud child. Mis Pauline
Louis, Mrs L Johnson, 'G P Kamaiioha
and wife, Miss II Turton, AV Y Horner,
E Porter, 3 others and G2 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Hall 4,702 sugar, 210 goat skins, 272
hides, 22 awa, 21 hogs, and 5 bales of
The Kiuau was hauled upon
Marine ltailway this morning.
Tho Rchr Nettie Mei ill is laid up
be painted and renovated.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The closing exercises of Polwkaina
' Girl's School will bo held to-morrow.
Electkic light and a battalion
drill to-morrow evening at Palace
The purser of the Hall reports no
rain very dry nothing fresh from
Lodge Lc Progres, No. 12-1, A. F.
fe A. M. meets to-morrow evening, at
7 :30, third degree.
Mk. J. Lyons will hold a special
sale of hay, just arrived by tho
Eureka, to-morrow morning at 10
o'clock, for cash.
. m i
Dukinq the trial woiking of the
electric light wires this incoming, the
Mutual- telephones emitted a bound
like that of a fish-hoin.
Most of the Nobles in tho country
were present at tho Legislature this
morning, when tho tax bill came up
in committee of the whole.
Captain Cameron, lately chief
oiliccr of tho steamer Kiuau, lias
been appointed master of tho steamer
Kilauca IIotf?vicu Captain AVoisbarth
Duiuno tho Molokai Excursion
Mr. J. AVillianis photographed several
of tho party while they were bathing,
and now they pro afraid that Wil
liams will place tho picturo on view.
By tho Aurora, which arrived hero
on Sunday from New South Wales,
came Row A. Duncan, M. A., a
clergyman of the Church of England,
nnd ho is now residing at the Ha
Two Portuguese boys, aged respec
tively 10 and 18 years, arc desirous
of procuring employment. Also a
Portuguese woman would bo glad of
an engagement as a washer-woman
and ironer. Any of our readers who
nmy bo in need of the berviccs of tho
boys or of tho woman should apply
to M. A. Gonsalves, & Co., Queen
, , ,
At the auction salo of property by
E. P. Adams ik Co. ychtoulay, Kipa-
hulu plantation was sold to Mr. O.
Unna for $30,000. It was htiuted at
$25,000. Fivo pieces of land in Ia-
lolo Hold for $510. A piece of land
ut Kohida was sold to C. F. Hart for
$(575. Premises in AVailuku to J, AV.
Kalua for $300. Premises in Smith's
lane for $100,
Tub BUM.KTIN olllco was kindly in
vaded this afternoon by Mr. II. J.
Hail, bearing a luscious present of a
iuukot of ico cream, with cakes,
plates and spoons, whoiowith tho
hcribcs. and printers weio invited to
rugalo themselves after tho beat and
joil of the day. Mr. Hart has tho
hanks of tho "ciowd," who all
heartily wish miccebH to tho Ico
' , . ,
Mits. Long's horse and buggy ran
away this morning and inado the
town lively foi a while. The run
away stai ted way out on King street,
turned down Fort to tho Esplanade,
returned nnl wont -along Quoou
?tr"ot, then up Mmimkp.i to Dcic
tai'ua, wlipio il whs stojifHl. Al
though (ho runawtiy horse wuh not
going very fast it iwetscd Hint,
liorcu napect characteristic of n
frightened horse, nntl the ro.ul was
nimlo clour. There was no further
damago tluno than the breaking of a
fow ttraps tliat were attached to thtt
Tin: tiles of tho llui.i.r.Tt.v for April
lflth, roiitniiiing tlio report of the
great flic, weio not pres-orved owing
to an olllco hand who attuuded to
that (Uity being detained at homo
that day, and the issue was all sold
out. An nd vcrtisciucnt yesterday for
,tho hiissing copy 1ms resulted in Mr.
L. 1'. llniiMin handing in well-pio-mrvoil
copy this morning, while two
coiiies weio oH'ered liy auotlier friend
tluough the tulcphono last evening.
Both will please accept our thanks.
Si.ow mupio if you picnic. It was
last night when the clock was about
.to toll tho midnight hour, when the
household of tho Dudoit mnnsio.t
were deep in slumber, a terrific noiso
was heard. Tho women folks clutch
ed the pillows and hold their breaths,
while tho liion lionihled witli fear. A
deathlike blillness, then a piercing
Bhrcik, tlto crash of breaking crock
ery, a smothered &culllc, a stiillcd
groan, and all was over. A mongoose
had mysteriously euteied tho yard of
tho Dudoit house and attacked two
imps. The mother of which, peanuts
by nanio, defended her young and
killed the mongoose, uftei breaking
several dishes and raising a rumpus
and tho household.
Picrunis Frames and Cornices
niado to order, old Frames repaired,
regilded, etc. King Bros. Art Stoic.
Tun most popular lesort in tho
city are the Elite Ico Cream Parlois
Delicious Ice iCreains, Ices, Cakes
und Candies always on hand, 711
Dk. Fust's Hkaht Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and alto for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. BeiiEon Smith &
Co., Agents. ' 35-1
By the steamer Zealandia tho Lend
ing Millinery House of Chas. J.
Fishel has received u line line of
Gent's Neckwear, Unlaundred Shirts,
French Kid Gloves and Slippers the
genuine urticlo, Swiss Edgings, all
over Laces. ' Full lino of Ladies,
Misses and Childicn's Hats, Feathers,
Ornament, etc. Call at once and in
spect his stock. 74
Pathonize Home Industry by buy
ing cigais of J. AV. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
AVorks, where he is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dcalcis is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
bell these cigars. Do not forget the
name J. AV. Hingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda AVorks, Hotel street.
LATEST NEWS FROM THE VOLCANO.
The following letter is from yes
terday's Advertiser :
Tiiuksdav, July, 15th.
To-day the party of tourists who
reached the Volcano House yesterday
from Kcauhou went down into the
caldera of Kilauca, starting at 3:30
i. m. In the parly were five ladies
and eight gentlemen, with two
guides, and the walk over the lava
floor, of a little more than a mile to
the brink of the grfiat pits, was full
of interest to all.
The trail leads up to "The Tun
nel," a deep sublavatic channel,
whose partially broken-in roof af-'
fords a good view of the hot, inner
walls, studded with white stalac
tites. The tunnel ends in the
"Chimney" a curiously shaped
vent of recent lava piled up on tho
edge of the break-down between the
east and west pits a little beyond
which, just below the bieak-down, is
seen the ruins of the Little Beggar,
down the open throat of which we
could look a hundred feet. Tho trail
leads on, skirting the north side of
tho west pit, passing two or three
curious lava vents and caverns, and
over a group of cracks, still red-hot
to within a foot of the surface, and
ends at a point opposite Ilalcinau
mau, in which was formed a lake of
lava early in July. Outside of tho
circular wall of debris that encloses
this lake, and close under the wall
of the great west pit, are two fine
lakes of liquid lava, which first
formed there forty-eight hours be
fore our present visit.
Tho visitors made themselves com
fortable over a warm fissure near
tho edge of the pit, and watched the
play of two or three lava fountains,
the gleam of lights from rents in the
surface of the lakes, and the shift
ing volumes of sulphur vapors that
poured from glowing vents m the
broken slopes of llaleiiiauinau'H
crater until 8 o'clock, when, after a
terrific rush and roar of hot gases
and shower of liquid lava fiotn a
fountain on tho west side of the
larger of tho two lakes, the whole
surface broke up in brilliant confu
sion and broad waves of crimson
and silvery white lava poured out in
every direction. The' molten sur
face had an area of about eight
acres, and over it the incandescent
waves rolled and broke in fiery
sprays against the massivo walls,
while the intense light illuminated
the whole of tho great chasm. Tills
superb display lasted for about ten
minutes, and then the laya cooled
again over tho lake's surface, the
color and light dying out slowly.
Fully satisfied with the magnitude
aud splendor of this display of vol-
canlo energy, tho pnrly rchnetd
their atop and rcnchul the Volcano
II01130 again tit 10 o'clock, tho re
turn trip being made by the light
of the full moon, whose
made the use of lanterns
Dr. Pease's uucoinit of work in
Micronesia, at the Lyceum, Sunday
evening, was listened to by tho au
dience assembled there with consi
derable interest. Tho Doctor re
marked at Hie outset that many per
sons arc under erroneous impressions
respecting the character and condi
tion of the native inhabitants of
those islands. It is commonly be
lieved that they me an indolent race ;
and they are sometimes very senti
mentally represented as naked sa
vages passing their time reclining in
the sunshine; "but they arc not nak
ed, nor do they recline in tho sun ex
cept when they cannot help them
selves." They arc, as a rule,
busily employed making and repair
ing their boats, building and repair
ing their houses, Ashing, mat mak
ing, gathering cocoa-nuts and other
industries. As regards tho results
of missionary operations, there are
churches witli pastors supported by
the people and schools where their
young people are rapidly acquiring
a fair education. In former limes,
the Marshal Islands would have pre
sented very unsatisfactory hospital
ity to a vessel shipwrecked. None
of the seamen would ever be ship
wrecked again, and the property
would find new owners. Now, how
ever, a ship could not choose a bet
ter place to be wiccked, to ensure
good treatment for those on board
or honest care of the property. Al
though society is necessarily in a
crude state among the natives, it is
well advanced in the direction of
civilization and improvement. The
system of government consists in
the absence of government, the
chiefs being absolute, as regards
power over the property and lives
of the people. Wars of succession
are of common occurrence, and one
of the benefits derived from the Ger
man protectorate was the prohibi
tion under which chiefs were placed,
by which they were compelled to in
definitely postpone some of their
little schemes of conquest. Dr.
Pease and his paity expect to leave for
their field of labor, on Thursday, by
the Morning Star.
MRS. WALLACE'S SCHOOL.
The closing exercises of the Aca
demic School for girls, conducted
b3' Mrs. AVallacc, took place on the
evening of Friday last. In one end
of the school room, a stage, com
plete with scenes and curtain, had
been erected and was beautifully
trimmed with palm branches, ferns
and sun-flowers. The stage was
well lighted, while the lamps on the
chandelier were shaded with Japan
ese fans, throwing a pleasant sub
dued light .over the audience.
About ninety persons, consisting of
parents and friends and former
pupils, were present. The pro
gramme opened at 7 :45, arid was
gone through without a hitch, the
exploits of the young ladies being
gi'eeted with rounds of applause and
other tokens of commendation.
The compositions were selected
from those of the past year, and
were specially commended for po
lish of expression and originality of
thought. Following is the pro
gramme : t
Piano Solo Miss lScruicc Uaruard
Recitation Lllliput Lei ti... Tho School
Essay Some of my Coimtiy Friends
Es.iy The Story of a Leaf nom a
Look '..... Kinina Miilllugcr
Recitation The Three Kopecks
Essay My Opposite Neighbours
Essay A Ciiy GM's Visit to the
Coimtiy Helen AVllder
Recitation A Young Lady's Solilo
quy .Mabel Ladd
Essay A Legend of Hawaii
Recitation Mlnot's Ledge. .Lily Luller
Esay My Hook Friends
Son1; Anna Austin
Dialogue Tho English Traveller
(Nellie Dare) and tho Yankee
Landlord (Madge AVallaecA.
Piano Duett.. Mlses Austin iV: Von Holt
Play A Family Jar
Meg Rrookc Loui.a Aross
John Drool.o Lily Duller
John's Friend, Scott Mabel l.rdd
Lotiy, tho servant... Einnia Mulliiiger
This very amusing little play, was
Miss Helen Wilder, on behalf of
the day pupils presented Mrs. Wal
lace witli a beautiful silver cake
basket, accompanied by the follow
DnAit Ti:aciu:ii, Accept this lit
tle token of love and esteem from
your pupils. It is but a small proof
of our affection which woids aio not
needed to express, for wc are well
aware that you know us all to bo
Your loving pupils,
Mrs. AVallnco gave a resume of
tho work of thu school during the
year. Classes have been taught in
Reading, (lithography, Arithmetic,
Algebra, (Seoinutry, Geography,
English Oraiiunar, Physical Geo
graphy, Natural Philosophy, Ro
tany, Rhetoric, ICnglish History and
General History. Several of tho
girls havo btuditd French and
Lntln, the Latin with Rev. Mr. Wal
lace. Penmanship, Drawing and
Composition -also receive nltetilim
cveiy week. Rendlngs fiom some
of the English classic? have also
been given. Kxact accounts of
every pupil's attendance, conduct
and recitations are kept, and are
reported monthly to parents and
guardians. Those obtaining perfect
marks for a wliolo month or num
ber of months receive printed cer
tificates at tho end of the year.
There arc three such testimonials to
year, the recipients be-
iNeiiie While, jMntigo
Wallace and Louisa ross. Particu
lar mention was also made of the
work of Miss Mabel Ladd, whose
chms-mate having met with an acci
dent was left to sustain the honor of
her class alone, a lak which she
accomplished in an effective man
ner. Thanks were tendered friends
for their assistance in thu prepara
tions for tho evening, and a general
invitation was given to adjourn to
cooler situations on the verandah
where ice cream and cake were
handed round by thu pupils.
Tho assembly dispersed feeling
very much pleased with the even
ing's entertainment, and glad of the
advantages which the young ladies
under Mrs. Wallace's tuition have
A. Dias, assault and battery on
N. Vierra, 817 and to tile a bond in
the sum of $50 with one surety, to
keep the peace toward Vierra for
J. AV. Kalaukoa, assault and bat
tery on his wife; $11.40, and to
give a bond in the sum of 825 to
keep the peace one year, toward his
George Ilarrigan and Kiino,
drunkenness, 88 each. Halica, same
15ila, abuse of a girl under 14
years of age ; S3 costs aud hard
labor 18 months.
Samuel, assault and battery, S6.
Lung John (old offender) , having
opium unlawfully in possession ;
878.40 and haul labor one month.
Appeal noted to the Supreme Court.
Patrick Rice vs. Mrs. Cornwall,
Executrix, assumpsit for S150.79;
judgment for defendant: costs
LONGEVITY AMONC BRITISH OFFICERS
Many of those who have held the
first ollicc of State in England have
had long lives. Earl Kussol died at
the ago of 85, Lord Pnlmerston was
81 when ho died, Lord Beaconslield
was 70, Lord Aberdeen was 70, tho
Earl of Derby was 70, Lord Mel
bourne was 00, the Duke of Wel
lington wns 8!5, and Earl Grey 81,
Sir Robert Peel died .it the ago of
02, but his death was the result of a
fall from Jiis horse. Two Prime
Ministers may be said to have been
killed by the cares of office the
younger Pitt and George Canning,
the former of whom died at the ago
of 40, and thu latter at tho ago of 57.
One Premier, Mr. Perceval, was
assassinated in the lobby of tho
IIouso of Commons, and the Eail of
Liverpool died in a state of imbe
cility, brought on by tho anxieties
and labors of his post.
MARRIAGE AMONC THE ITALIAN PEAS
ANTRY. When a girl of the lower classes
marries, she litis to undergo another
ceremony. She has to lie dragged
.by force out of her maiden home.
The struggle begins in her own little
room, to which she must cling with
all strength crying and beseeching
her friends (all married women) to
leave her there, "that she can never
leave her home," etc., etc. She
clutches her bedpost in her despair,
aud shrieks when she is lorn from it,
thou she clutches Uic door, then the
staircase, chairs, tables, everything,
till she readies the outer door, when
falriiggles compel her friends to
carry her by main force. If she
does not. do this, she is accused of
being an immodest girl: the 11101 u
she struggles, the greater her virtue
will be accounted. She must pro
vide all the linen of the house, be
sides her own body linen, and also a
complete bed witli bedding. She
must also furnish the bridegroom's
shirts, while he provides the furni
ture of the house and the bride's
dress and jewelry. Home Coir.
ITALIAN PEASANT LIFE.
Itcsilly poor people rarely exist in
tins pait of tlio world, every man
living in his own freehold hoitso,
descended from generation to gener
ation, to which is attached a little
plot of land which sulllces fur his
wants and the wants of his family.
The life these people lead reminds
one of thu Patriarchal life we read
of in the lliblo. Everything is made
at homo by the people, the women
oven ;nake their own Uium from
hemp grown nn their own ground.
In one way or another they arc at
work (men and women) from sun
rise to sunset. Those who call
Italians idlers, should come here to
see how they work. Tho Marcho
Province, however, may be called
the Switzerland of Italy. It is. cul
tivated as well, and the people in c
as industrious, and, at tho same time
11101 e genial and generous, fui , if 11,
countryman meets tho veriest
stranger in his walks, ho invites iim
loicliiru homo with him and par
take of what fa,ru his hut can give,
The Marchc laborer or peasant
works without wages, lie shares
half the crop with his master. Ho
lives better than the laborer; and
oouiitry people in other parts of
Italy. Indian corn, howici', is
stdl their chief food, even here, and
they drink vinegar ami water ex
cepting on gieat occasions. These
people who content themselves with
Indian coin mid vinegar and water
for themselves, havo fowls and wine
for their masters, whenever they go
to visit tin-in as when the Indian
corn is shelled, or the wheat cut, or
new winu made or other similar
Occasions. Thev nie a happy, cheer
ful and contented class of people,
and very religious. Koine C'oirc
spotidence American Register,
Hon. lloyd Winchester, Minister
to Switzerland, has found cheeses in
that country more Limit i!00 years old.
hi the cases where the eating of new
cheese has caused illness, a portion
of this old cheese is given as a re
medy, piobably on the principle
that the hair of a very small dog is
good for the bile of a young one.
MR. B. J. APPL - BY,
TKAUI1EK OF BANJO.
For terms, ennuiie at
71 111 VYLST, DOAV & CO..
At Kanioliinl Park, tor a term
of six months, the Cottage
and nrcmises now occupied
iy the itmlcisicnctl, and contalnlnu
I'.-irlor, Diuiiii; and a IJcdroonis. Also,
D itliroom, I'antiy and Kitchen. The
Cottage U nicely 1urnihcd 111 uveiy
linn iculnr for limckc(.ping. A Jersey
Cow on tlio premises ftirnishis quiin.
titles of milk, cream and butter; also, a
nico'collrctioi) of good laying hcn. To
a desirable party good terms will bo
otlercd. Apply to
iO II. J. AQNEW.
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zealandia,
EaIO w ready
"ISJ Queen & Pt rt Street Store?. tf
Since establishing our Mission in this
city, we have frequently been Folicited
to procure lnrgtr and more convenient
quiii tors for worship and liible chis?,
quite a number expressing tlior.sUvcs
as willing to contribute toward the
necessary expense. AVo have now se
cured tlio building on Fort stieet, for
merly used as a gymnasium, thus incur
ring quite a debt; besides, some changes
are necessary. Therefore we would say
to all who would catctm it u piivllcgo td
aid u in tho matter, that they can con.
fer willi Mr. N. F. Jhirgtfs, or with the
undersigned. L. A. SCOTT,
7t I111 A. LA HUB.
1 Rim's Boat-Biili Skw
Is now adjoining the rear of
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
I.i'nioii Soda, Lemonade, Simaparllln,
Fruit t?jrups and Efsencos and
innilo from tlio pure Apple, ail of which
wo giiaiauteu to bu the bcit.
Ji5u Wo albo
invito parties intending
staunjr MoicB tor
the Mile of iced
drinks and whiting lotiiitnln supplies,
10 can on us ueiore going eiscwiiere
Tie Crystal Soda Works,
P. O. llov ii7, Honolulu.
Tho Grand AVork Finished.
Gen. Grant's Memoirs.
Uolh vol much aio ready for di livery
The pri"-s nil over lliu world speak in
admirable terms of tlio books. Homi
in your mime to the uudcrbiguid anil
t-eeiint 11 fcol
Prices of the two volumes (complete
set) nVpiiR follows;
In ibioclolli liliuliii'', plain cdtrcs
, ? 00 por set
I)i full sheep binding, Lihiiuy
hlile, uiiirbled idie!...ll 00 per set
In fluohtill'motmro bliidlue;, mar
bled talk's 111.00 per ei t
In full TurUcv uiorinci'o, hoxclcd
lio.mlh, lull gilt biicl; and
clgu $?0.00 p rset
In ihii'ucalf $-7.00 per bet
j; K. WISUMAN, Oem-ml lluslnes
Agent of Honolulu, Is our iiulhorlcd
Agent ou thu Hawaiian ItlumU, CO lm
Just iputlvcl, os Lapwing,
1'iepared by Jolinnn Maria Fnr'na,
Goeennbur Hen Julicts-PIM
Hollister & Co.,
Tlio Leading Millinery House
Swiss Edgings, Laces, Parasols,
. UViieh ICit SlioeK anil Slippers.
Tlio above Stoek Avill be sold at very IjOyi figures.
Ladies Bazar, 88 Forf Street
Is the Leading Millinery HouGe of Honolulu !
With MRS. E. T. SKIDMOHE, the Snn Francisco favorite, as Manager, wc nre
sure to suit all tastes.
New GoodH received by every steamer. CIlIIiDUEN'S HATS made up to
order in all styles. Always on hand, a full line of
Plushes, Featheis, Flower?, Tips, &c, Ladies', MIi-fcs' and Children's Underwear.
Also, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hosiery in great aricty. .lust
received, a full line of the
Xineisst; English Corsets,
in all bizes and colors, without doubt the best assortment to lie found in
All-Wool Queensland Shawls.
MRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor. 72
TEMPLE OF FASHiO
Cil und :i
"Wo arc pleased to announce the ai rival of our immense lingo Invoice, of
Dry Uoofts, Fancy Mi Laces, Eli,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing G-oods,
and arc now oll'cring unprecedented and unrivalled Uargniiia in oil our deparini'ln
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very tine Victoria Lnwn ot $2 apiece, 30 ynulB; a v ry
liire nt-sortiiiciit of now h'nrliig stjlcs in Lawns, -1-1 ihitisto, Sateens, plain
figured and brocaded, white Pique and a full line of Diets Goods, the latcM out.
Lace DSoiicle, Ladies' Tricot Olotsli
in all tlio new shades; -10 do Ladies Lisle Thread Uojo at -10 cents,
the best value ever otlercd.
Just received, all the latest styles In Uoys and Children's Suits; (irenl Uargains,
Hoys llluc Flancl Hailor Bulls at $2.!)0 a Suit. Just reccicd, direct from
Ladies', Moo's, Misses'
i, luvuu, iiiiuuvu
Shell' Hardware, Locks, Knobs, Padlocks,
A full linn of Agato Wine, Houfo Fiiiniehinu Goods, IMdjfl & Juwelt'6 Ilefrijiera.
tors, Water Killers und Cuoleifc, Icu CbcttR, While Mounlnin leu Cream Freezers,
new imllorn, Kasy Lnwn Mowers, Door Mats, Ouiikn and Canal Harrows, Axe,
Hou, Pick mid Poik Handles,
Socket and Planters' Hoes, a Superior Article,
Cut down Mubkctp, Powder, Bhot and Caps,
Fcnco. AViro and Staples, Manila and Sinai Hope,
Tlio Illicit novelties in Lump roods, tlio very lied and tccoml guide Kitokiio Oils,
Hurry Hrob. Piirnlluru VnrniBh. For talc at lowcht mm kit rnlcs by
Tie Pacific HarQWare CuD'y, LImitefl,
FOJtT STKEKT, HONOLULU.
P.O. BOX 315.
General Business Agent.
Wlhfci'H KU'iinifclilp Agent,
Uieat Ilnrlliiglua Hiiilioad Agent
a largo consignment of
109 Fort Street. -
Has just received the newest line of
Ladies' TJntrimmed Hats,
Ornaments & Children's Hats,
Also, a very tlno Stock of
The Leading Millinery IIouc.
and Children's Shoes,
mm vumiiiiiu w.iuw,
which wo oll'or at bed-rock prices.
S. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
Just Received !
Honolulu, XT. I.
Custom House II roller,
Miomecr Hawaiian Onoin Houso.
Firo nud Llfo lusuraucu Agent,
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