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lil MIOl & Co., HAMUSItS
lliuoluhi, Hawaiian Islftmla.
Draw E.ichaniju on tho
Buuli of Oitl i lb imi In, H. IT.
Aud their ngonts in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Mcemo N. 31. lliithf.chllil & Snn.Lmidon
Th'" Cuintiicrclal Hunk Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Dank Co., of Sydney,
Tlio ll.ink of New Zealand: Aucklmul,
Chrlstchurch, nnd Wellington,
Tho Bink of British Cohtniiiln, Vic
torin, D. 0., find Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking UiMne-".
Slit nh 'gwWHhh
Hedged to neither Beet nor 1'Rrty,
Bnt established for tfco benefit of nil,
TUESDAY. JULY L'7. 188G.
CALLS FOR CRAVE CONSIDERATION.
The following, from an English
pnper, contains food for thought for
our public men: "The Chinaman
in Peru has shown a considerable
capacity for taking cure of himself,
lie has not been the causu of much
corruption among the Peruvians, for
the Peruvians were sufllcicutly cor
rupt in their lives before the advent
of the Chinaman ; but in Australia
he has become a source of evil that
calls for grave consideration.
Among his unique vices he baa
made onium smoking common
among the wretched girls who are to
be fount! in every large colonial
town, and the degradation which
follows is simply indescribable, and
and would be unfit for publication
if it could be portrayed." Not only
has the Chinaman "made opium
smoking common among the wretch
ed girls" of the Australian towns
and other parts of the world where
he has secured a foothold, but he
has extended the opium smoking
habit to classes outside of the
"wretched girls" circle. Police
officers declare that such is the case
in Australia, and the writer can
.testify from his own personal obser
vation and knowledge that it is so to
an alarming extent on the Pacific
Coast. Opium smoking appears to
be a habit not diflicult to acquire,
aud when once acquired extremely
hard to abandon. It is also a habit
which more quickly and thoroughly
than anj' other demoralizes its
victim. Moreover, it is sure and
certain destruction to body and
intellect. These propositions are
too generally conceded to require
proof. Then is it not the duty of
governments to discountenance and
discourage in every possible way
trade in a commodity which pro
duces such baneful effects? How
can any enlightened and humane
government justify the 'legalizing
and fostering of a trade of this
nature? The idea of licensing for
the sake of revenue is extremely
repulsive. A revenue acquired
from a trade that blights and blasts
and kills the people is a blood
stained revenue that curses the
coffers into which it Hows. The
argument adduced times without
number in the discussion of the
question as affecting this country,
that license would restrict the trade
and tend to confine it within narrow
limits, is utterly futile fiom the fact
that experience, right here, has
unmistakably dcmonstiated to the
contrary. There was a time when
opium was licensed hero, and people
had an opportunity of judging for
themselves the effect. They have
not to accept the teaching of the
license advocates as 'an untried
theory, whose practical .operation
remains untested. Did the licensing
of opium in tho Hawaiian Islands
ptcvent smuggling, or restrain the
smoking habit within Chinese cir
cles? No. Fortunes were nmde by
smuggling. This statement is made
on the authority of Chinamen who
confess to have been themselves
encaged in importing and selling
faecretly. The habit of opium smok
ing was acquired 1)3' many of tho
native people, and was rapidly
spreading in certain localities that
' could be" named. The discontinu
ance of tho license and the absoluto
prohibition of the trade did not, it is
true, prevent opium getting-into the
country, nor entirely fttop its use.
But the trndo wt.s and continues to
be greatly checked and tho use of
opium has been considerably Jes
bened. So that to-day it is almost
unknown among the natives. This
is asserted by police, ofllcers and
plantation managcis, just the class
of people who ought to know. Tho
probability, almost ceitainty, is that
a return to the license systoin would
be a 'destructive blow to tho coun
try, and particularly to tho native
people. Wo cannot think that any
Intelligent man with experience of
-the countiy anil the race extending
back to tlio old licensing clays can
believe otherwise. Neither can we
think that those members of tho
Ministry and of the Assembly who
aic practically familiar with the
past, and are sincerely desirous of
promoting the nation's good, can
support the bill to legalize. In our
opinion, a more stringent tabu
would be more in the line of wise
aud enlightened progtess than an
Act to license a vicious trade.
PUVEKTICTH DAT CONTINUKI).
Monday, July 2Cth.
The committee resumed
Rep. KauluUou moved the com
mittee rise, report progress and
recommend an adjournment till the
9th of August.
Kep. Brown said that if tho Gov
ernment had not appointed so many
members as tax assessors, there
would not be any desiro for adjourn
ment. Kep. Kaulukou substituted his
motion with one simply to rise and
report progress, which carried.
The committee rose and its report
Rep. Kaulukou moved the house
adjovrn till the 9th day of August.
Rep. Brown repeated his observa
tion made in committee" with regard
to lax assessors. Recently all the
talk was that the Appropriation Bill
should be passed immediately, but
now it appeared the decision was to
drop everything so that the members
who were tax assessors could get at
their work as such. Under the bill
that was approved by His Majesty
the other day, the government could
be carried on for the next two years
even if the house was piorogucd to
morrow. The house had better bo
c.ueftil what it was doing. They
were sent here to do the business of
the country and not to receive posi
tions and Government pap for them
selves. How could they face their
constituents if they neglected the
business of the country to go home
about their own business. If ho was
a paitj' to such a proceeding he
would not dare to face his consti
tuents, and if he was an elector he
would not vote for any member
who had taken part, in the act.
Rep. Kauhi had never heard of
such a pioposal in twenty-six years.
It would be the better and more
manly course for members who are
tax assessors to rise in their places
and ask for leave of absence. Let
them go about their assessing busi
ness if they chose. The house could
get along better without them. They
were only afraid, if they went with
out the house adjourning, that their
constituents would condemn them
for neglecting their public duties
Rep. Keau moved the previous
question and snid he favored ad
journment. Rep. Kauhi moved the ayes and
noes be called, which carried.
The motion carried on the follow
Ayes Gibson, Crcighton, Dare,
Kanoa, Kaae, Macfarlane, Ilaysel
den, Keau, Baker, Amaru, Kaulia,
Kaulukou, Kaunamano, Nahalc, Nn
liinu, Aliolo, Kaukau. Kaai and
Noes Martin, Lilikalani, Kauhi,
Brown, Pahia, "Wight, Kauliane,
Kckoa, Kalua, Castle, Thuiston,
Paehaolc and Palohau 13.
The President declared the house
adjourned till Monday, August 9th,
at 10 o'clock, a. m.
QUEEN VICTORIA'S JUBILEE.
The Queen herself has determined
that the formal and olllcial celebra
tion of her jubilee year should take
place at its close, and not at. its
opening. All her subjects will re
'.spect the very natural feeling whicli
prompts Her Majesty not to antici
pate the full completion of herfifty
years of rule. But though the actual
celebration of. the jubilee will be
postponed for another twelve months,
it is impossible for 'the Queen's sub
jects not to be reminded by to-morrow's
anniversary of all that varied
and eventful drama of the world's
history which has been unfolded
since the Queen was summoned as a
young gill to the throne of tho
widest anil greatest empire ever es
tablished by a free people. The
imagination positively recoils from
the attempt to depict tho vast series
of changes, material, moral, and
political, in the affairs of her own
Empire and in those of other States,
whicli Her Majesty has witnessed
and taken part in since she ascended
the throne in 18!)7. Railway travel
ling was comparatively a novelty
when the last King of England died ;
steam navigation was in its infancy,
and tho telegraph had not yet
emerged from tho laboratory. In
this bare enumeration is comprised
a revolution of human affairs hardly
less momentous than that which was
effected by the invention of gun
powder and printing. In political
affairs the changes whicli the Queen
has witnessed are equally vast.
Canada at the Queen's accession
was a small and discontented de
pendency. It is now a vast and
contented Dominion, with territories
still unoccupied, whicli will one day
make it a rivul not unworthy of the
' great Republic on ltt borders.
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Australasia lias been called into
existence, and its youth is that of a
giant. India lias been pacified nnd
subdued, not without cost and sacri
fice; Her Majesty is now its Em
press, and the pax Britaunica es
tablished after tho Sikh and Punjab
campaigns and consolidated by tho
suppression of the mutiny in Bengal
has illustrated the heroism of the
British race, and secured tho pros
perous trauquillity of over two hun
dred millions of human beings. "We
have had our reverses and misfor
tunes, as in the two Afghan wars
aud in some of our campaigns in
South Africa ; but in tlio wars waged
during thu reign of the Queen British
soldiers in all parts of the world
have uniformly fought with heroism,
endurance, and discipline which
their fathers displayed beforo them,
and have shown on a hundred fields
that tho old martial fibre is as tough
as ever in their nature. e have
taken pait in one great European
war, and our soldiers stood shoulder
to shoulder in the Crimea with the
sons of their old enemies of Water
loo. At homo we have seen political
changes as extensive and as bene
ficent as have been accomplished in
and fifty years of our history.
When the Queen came to the Throne
the first Reform Bill was only five
years old. It was thirty years be
fore the borough householder was
enfranchised, and the complete en
franchisement of the county house
holder was only accomplished the
other day. But in the meanwhile
the Corn Laws were abolished, Free
Trade lias been completely estab
lished, our finnncinPsystcin has been
reorganised, and, greatest and most
beneficent change of all, education
has been made universal and com
pulse y with the free assent of the
people. The Church of England,,
now assailed with a hostility which
at least demonstrates the religious
vitality of the nation, lias during the
present reign manifested a practical
activity and a revival of spiritual
influence which have given it a com
manding position even in an age
when unbelief lias taken a militant
form in almost every country but
our own. The Church has withstood
the assaults of Nonconformity and
the disintegrating effects of the
Oxford movement and its sequel;
and it is what it is now because
Arnold, Newman, Pusey, Stanley,
Tail, and others too numerous to
name, have given to it, each in his
measure, their spiritual example,
their Christian charity and compre
hensiveness, their practical wisdom
and sagacious methods of govern
ment. If we glance beyond the seas
we shall descry in every direction
vast and momentous changes which
have taken place during the Queen's
reign in the condition and relations
of all the great States of the world.
France has passed from a Monarchy
to a Republic, from a Republic to
an Empire, and from an Empire to
a Reaublic again. She has suffered
one of the greatest and most sudden
defeats in history, and yet she has
l encwed her strength with a rapidity
which has astonished the world.
Prussia has overthrown Austria,
and, having risen to the hegemony
of the German States, has seen her
sovereign assume the Imperial
Crown with the assent of a united
Germany. Italy has been liberated
and united. Spain has passed
through a succession of revolutions,
but has nevertheless steadily ad
vanced in material prosperity. Rus
sia lias extended her Empire in the
East by the absorption of the
Khanates beyond the Caspian, and
now touches the borders of Afghan
istan. Turkey has steadily declined,
partly through internal decay,
partly through external attack, but
as her borders recede in Europe
there arise in her place nationalities
to whom, if the ambition of their
more powenui neiguoours can ue
restrained, the future of South
Eastern Europemust belong. Across
the Atlantic the United States have
gone through a revolution whicli has
purified the American continent
from the taint of African slavery,
though at the cost of a gigantic civil
war. In the Far East Japan has
freely assimilated the influences of
Western civilisation, and even the
Chinese Empire, the time-honoured
type of political immobility, has
begun to show signs of a similar
These and similar reflections
crowd upon the mind as soon as we
begin to think on the strauge, event
ful history of Her Majesty's long
and piosperous reign. In many of
the most striking of these events
she has borne her personal share ;
on many more her influence, direct
or indirect, has been less conspicu
ous, though not always less real
and less decisive. In dwelling upon
the events of her reign, however, as
tho opening of her jubilee year
invites them to do, her subjects will
not bo unmindful of her own personal
history. Thero have been English
Sovereigns, perhaps, who have led
a more public life ; there never was
a Sovereign whose private life was
lived more in the Bight of her sub
jects, who hud less to conceal from
their cognisance, who took them
more completely into her confidence
or was more ready to seek their
sympathy in her sorrows and to in
vile them to share her happiness.
Hence the affection borne to the
Queen by her subjects has been
beyond all precedent personal in its
character. Englishmen are loyal to
the Crown in the abstract, but they
havo long learnt to love its present
wearer for herself. They have seen
her as n young woman, almost a
girl, alone among the councillors of
Iter realm, bearing Jiersell with
dignity, self-possession and queenly
grace. They have seen her on
great occasions of Stato, from her
own Coronation to tho opening of
tho Indian and Colonial Exhibition
only the other day, worthily repre
senting tho majesty of tho English
Crown. But they have followed
with a deeper and more personal
interest the story, told for the most
part by her own pen, of her happy
married life, and they have sympa
thised all the more profoundly for
the confidence thus bestowed upon
them with the irreparable calamity
which made her u widow. The
bitter memories even of that
calamity, however, cannot fail to be
assuaged when they see her sur
rounded by her children and her
children's children, and even by
some of a younger generation still.
The parents live again in their chil
dren nnd descendants, aud though
some conspicuous gaps in tlio largo
and happy family circle which,
eirther in the body or in the spirit,
will be gathered round the Queen
at the celebration of her jubilee will
remind both herself and her subjects
of the vieissiludcs of life and the
harvest of death, yet the occasion
itself will be a happy one, and its
happiness will spread abroad to the
uttermost parts of the British
Empire. On such an occasion the
Queen and her subjects will be of
one heart and one mind, she has
occupied the throne with dignity
and wisdom both in youth and age,
as she has won the hearts of all her
people because, while never forget
ting that she is a Queen, she has
allowed them to see that she is also
a true-heat ted woman. London
Mrs. Hebburd'ft School,
- U BElttTANIA STKEET, will op.-..
1 on MONDAY N 1 XT, August 2n I.
BY a i-obi'r unit steady ninn, formeily
u sou ciiilnin, a Munition n Xi")il-
watchman or Luna,
U., I 111,
A Cuttugo uf C rooms coin.
pleteh furiii"lie(l, for house.
i kceulnc i or nniticiilnr. an.
ply to MKS. HEBBABD.
8!) 2w '21 Iturctnniu S icet.
St. Louis College.
rpHE examinations ui lh St. Louis
JL College nie now in progress and
will close Thursday noon, after which
the hoarders will hare their drill,
at 2 p.m.
Specimens of Drawings made b.v the
boarders during the piM y ear, are now
on exhibition at the College
The doling exeioNes will take place
NEXT FRIDAY, at tf p.m. The paients
of the pupils and the friends of the In
stitution arc invited, hut children will
not be admitted unle-s they accompany
their parents. 89 tf
Tor Sale at Auction.
Bv order of Mr. II. Bradlev, we will
sell at public auction, at our Sulci room,
On THUKSDAY, July 29th
at 12 oViojk, noon,
The Imported Trotting Horse
The Hor-e is one of the fastest trotters
in the Islands, and is sold on account of
tlio departure of the owner. For fur
ther particulars, apply to
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
89 2t Auctioneer".
On THURSDAY, July 29th,
At 10 a.m., I will Fell at public nurtion,
at the Parisian Rest inriint, 01 Hotel
Street, near Fort, all the
Fixtures and Appurtenances
belonging to said Restaurant, comprir.
big Chair.-! aud Tables, Knives and
Forks, FlateB, Cups and Saucers, Cruets,
Table Clothes and Napkins, &c. Abo,
2 Ranges with Kitchen
FROM Lunalilo Street, a CANARY
11IKD. Anyoue tlmling same will
horewardid. R. J. L1LI.IE,
B8 at Thco. II. Davins &. Co.
Choice Property for Sale.
LOT CORNEU OF Fi.RT AND
School Streets, belonging to Mr. M.
l.ouisson. Enquire at the olltce of
M. S. GHINUAUM&CO,
85 lm Queen sttcets
Maui Plantation Co.
pilERE will be a Special Mietlng nt
thu btocUlinliieis or the .feast iiiniil
Plantation Co. on SATURDAV, July III,
18kfl nt the nflli'ii o 11. Hi ewer K Co,
Hum. lull,, a: 111 o'clock .m By order
of the President. P. C. JON ES,
80 td Secretary.
AB complaints have reached me of
late from some of my customers
that they can purcliaeo Hawaiian-made
Soap cheaper limn I have 1 een selling
it, I beg to state that I have always
transacted my business In a fair and
straightforward way, charging tho same
price to all alike, and selling at a
moderate rate; and at the same time I
would inform mv customers and tlio
puhlio that from and after this date my
price will he $7 per 100 lb.
' T. Y. RAWLINS.
Honolulu Soup Works, Leleo, Ilono
lulu, June 31st. 00
TO KENT, I
nlco comfortable Cottaeos on
illlha street, near School, each at
$12 per month. Enquire at
88 2w Queen street.
THE ASTOlt HOUSE.
ft A FOR 21 MEAL TICKETS. Good
DtL food, ounred by clean waiters. A
splendid private dining room, $15 per
week, or 21 meal tickets lor 5. Polite
white clerk nt the counter. b8 lw
A MEETING of the Hoard of Trusted
of the Queen' Hospital will be
held on WEDNESDAY NliXT, the 28th
instnnt, at 1 ph, at tho Room of the
Chnnili'i'of t ommerco. A full atten
dame la lujuu.-teil, ih lmines of lm
portanrc will be transuded. Per order,
K. A SCHAEF'EK, Secretary.
Honolulu, July 20, 18. H8 2t
Attention ! Honolulu Rifles.
AiiMoitY Honolulu Kihi.ki, )
Honolulu, July 211, 1880 J
Company Orders No. t8.
There will ho a SPECIAL
MEETING of the above Com.
inunil on WEDNKSDAY, July
28th, at 7:H0 o'clock, for further
nominations nnd an Election of
O.iptain. Per order,
II. F. IIEBBATID,
Fir-t Lieutenant Commanding.
A KINK BLACK MAKE, n years old,
Imminid. Wnriautid sound, gen.
tie ami kind. 1 will guarantie her to
b as fife n f tiullv ih iving maru m an)
in the Ki gdom, aud any child can
diive her with safety. Also,
A Fine Family Phaeton,
in good oidei, with eovir, 'bout, etfc.
iiIjo, a Ret of bluirlo Harness. I wl.l
i-ell this out lit complete for oiie-hali'
their tost ilnec months ui;o. Als-, i.
A Side-bur Hrownell Buggy,
in giod onier, nnd Blai k Mare for ah'
i heap. Al.ii, n MiiuNeale & Url in Iw .
12 tin fe, eosi, iwoyeai ago, iJlUA; bed
for $t 0. Is as good a new, has Inside
door, drawer. &c. Abo, n line Upright
Boid Piano; also, a iiially carved Secte
taiy, with pigeon hole, desk, etc.
Apply at once to
.1. E. WISEMAN,
88 1 Genn.il Business Aucnl.
Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank
I'piIE Postal Savings Bank Department
JL Is open daily, exiept buudnvs and
holidays at the Ueueial Po-it Ofllce, lie
tweeu 'lie hums of ' a.m. and 4 p.m.,
nnd on Suturdajs nut M 0 o'clock pm.
for the receipt and payment of money.
Ul rosrrti ol a" reuts anil upwards
to $1 00J will be riceived.
INTfcJHEbT i allowed at the rate ol
5 pci cent, i or annum on all depo-ils of
$5 and over
MARRIED WOMEN and also minors
over M-ven car of aee may deposit in
their own names.
DEPOSITORS have direct Govern,
ment seeuiity loi their money and will
hnve prompt repujmein
PRINTED RULES and other infor
mation can be obtained upon applica
tion at the General Ofllce.
JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU,
Bureau of Post Otllce, llm i lulu, July
1, 188:0. PS lw
On Wednesday, 28th July,
AT 12 NOON,
The undersigned will sell at Public
Auction, at Brewer's Wharf, the
81 tons French mru'ii'i'mcni, with her
Boats, Anchors, Cables, Ringing, Pro
visions and complete outfit reiuty for Bea
as she now lies at Krewer's Wharf.'
Terms Cash, in U. S Gold Coin.
82f For particulars, apply to
LEWIb J. LEVEY,
88 2t Auctioneer.
Mortgagee's Notice of
NOTICE U hereby given that in ac
cordancu with a Power of Sale
contained in u certain mortgage deed,
dated the 2nd day of September, A.D.
If 81, made by Ioane Molubl of Wallua.
ukti, ICiiuaihmi, Island of Kauai, to
John Ross of Honolulu, and recorded in
the olltce of the Registrar of Convey.
anccH, 'it Honolulu, in uticr HI, on
pages 180 and 181, nnd for n breach of
conditions in said mortgage deed con
tained, to wit: the, non. payment tlic-eof,
nil and singular thu jireml-e- described
in said mortgago deed, will, after the
time limited by liw.be sold at nubile
auction in Honolulu.
The property to he pold under thu said
power of Sale is situated atlileo, Ho
nolulu, Island of Oahii, and roup bis of
a House and Lot, more parlicuhuly des
cribed iu R.P. aUftU, L.C.A. 21U8.
JOHN ROSS, Mortgagee.
Bv W. O. Pahke, his Attorney.
Honolulu, July 21, 188M. 88 aw
The Grand Work Finished.
Gen. Grant's Memoirs.
Both volumes ore ready foi d livery
Thu press all over thu world speak in
ndmirublo terms of tho books. Send
Iu your name to the undersigned and
secure a bet.
Prices of thu two volumes (complete
set) are as follows:
In tine cloth bin ling, ibiin edges
$0 00 per set
In full sheep binding, Mhrniy
stylo, marbled edges.. .$11 00 per tei
In line half morocco binding, mar
bled edges 18.00 per set
In full Turkey morrocco, beveled
boards, full gilt back and
alges $20.00 prrset
In three calf $27.00 per set
J. E. W1SBMAN, General Business
Agent of Honolulu, is our authorized
Agent on thu Hawaiian Mauds. CO 1m
A GARDENER. Apply at
(87 8t) THIS OFFICE.
Just tocolved, ox Lapwing,
Prepared by Johnnn
Hollister & Co.,
The Leading Milliner
Swiss Edgings, Laces, Parasols,
XTreneli Kid SIiocn and Slipper.
The above Stock will he sold at very Low figures.
Ladies' Bazar, 88 Fort Street
Is the Leading Millinery House of Honolulu !
With MRS. E. T. SKIDMORE, the San Francisco favorite, as Manager, wc are
sure to suit all tastes.
New Goods received by every steamer. CHILDREN'S HATS made up to
order in all styles. Always on hand, a full line of
Laces, Embroideries, Velvets, Velveteens,
Plushes, Fiathers, Flowtrp, Tips, &c, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Underwear.
Also, Ladies', Mbses' and Children's Hosiery in great variety. Just
received, a full line of the
in all sizes and colors,
All-Wool Queensland Shawls.
MRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
0 1 and 63 JTort Street.
Wc are pleased to announce the arrival of our immense laigc Invoice of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Laces, Elon,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
and are now ofleiiug unprecedented and umivalled Bargains in all our departm'ts
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very fine Victoria Lawn at $2 apiece, 10 yards; a vpry
large assortment of new Spring stjles in, Lawns, 4-4 Batiste, Salecns, plain
figured and brocaded, white Pique and a full line of Dms Good'the latest out.
Lace Boucle, Ladies' Tricot Olotli
in all the new shades; 40 doz Ladies Lisle Thread Hose at 40 cents,-'
the best value ever offered.
Just received, all the latest styles in Boys and Children's Suits jGreat Bargains,
BoyCblue Flanel Sailor Suits at $2.60 a Suit. Juet received, direct from
1 Eastern manufactures,
Lies', Men's, Misses'
New Goods, Just Received!
Shelf Hardware, Locks, Knobs, Padlocks,
A full llne.of Agate Ware, Houfo Fnrnbhlng Goods, Eildjs & Jewctt's Befrlgero.
tors, Water Filters and Ctiilci6, Ice ChettK, While Jlountain lee Cream Freezers,
new patieru; Easy Lawn Mov, crs, Door Mats, Gnidm and Canal BarrowB, Axe,
Hoe, Pick and Fork Handles.
.Socket and Planters' Hoes, a Superior Article,
Cut-down Muskets, Powder, Shot aud Caps,
Fence Wire and Maples, Manila nnd Sisal Ropo,
The latest novelties in Lamp goods, the very Bett and tccond guide Keroscno Oils,
. Berry Bros. Furniture Varnish, For bale at lowest market rates by
Tie Pact Hardware Coi'y, Limited
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
P.O. BOX 315.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent.
Ileal Estate Agent,
Wiluer's Steamship Agent.
Great Burlington Uulhoad Agent
a large consignment of
109 Fort Street.
Has just received the newest line of
LadieB Un trimmed Hats.
Ornaments & Children's Hats,
Also, a very lino btock of
The Leading Millinery House.
witlioht doubt the best assortment to bo found in
and Children's Shoes,
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which we offer at bed-rock prices.
8. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
Honolulu, IT. I.
Custom House Broker,
Money Broker, r
Munaucr Hawaiian Oncia Hout-e.
Firo and Lifelusurancu Agent.
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