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BISHOP &Co ItAMCZSKS j
Honolulu, Hawaiian N'anils
Draw Exchange on tho
Bnnk or CnliibriiSu, tS. XT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, MONO KONG.
Messrs. N. SI. Rothschild & - w, Loudon
The Commercial Hank Co., ot Mydnoy,
The Commcrcinl Until; Co., of Sydney,
The Bnnk of Now Zealand: Auil.lnnd,
Christchurcli, and Wellington,
Tho Bnnk of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. O., nnd Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Pledged to neither Beet nor Party.
Bnt established for the benefit of nil.
FRIDAY. JULY ao. 1880.
"Hooulu Lahui" (ineiease the
nation) is a worthy motto for the
Sovereign and Chiefs, the Govern
ment and people of the Hawaiian
Islands. A beautiful little country
with an unrivaled climate, wonderful
resources and great capabilities.
Withal but partially peopled and
mostly lying waste. Its aboriginal
inhabitants reduced in the compara
tively short period of one century
from probably near a half million to
one-tenth of that number. To stay
the decrease, to preserve the rem
nant of :i noble race, and to again
multiply and replenish the stock
that remains, arc noble and patriotic
aims. Commendable efforts have
been and arc being made in this
direction, with some encouraging in
dications of measurable success.
Young and neglected girls are being
Bought after, cared for, schooled
and prepared for the duties of life,
by a company of philanthropic and
patriotic Hawaiian ladies, who are
also in various other ways unosten
tatious' but earnestly working for
the preservation and increase of the
Hawaiian race. Their olfoits are
followed by the best wishes and
sincere pikers of all good people.
Our object in now revetting to this
all-important matter is to suggest
that a lying-in hospital for Hawaiian
women would be a powerful factor
in hooulu lahui. Those who aie
familiar with the home-life of the
Hawaiian people know too well that
many promising young mothers and,
many new-born infants are laid in
the cold grave through lack of the
proper and timely attention which a
lying-in hospital would furnish.
This is an object for which private
donations to a considerable amount
could be easily collected, and for
no more worthy object could a tea
sonable appropriation be made from
the public funds. "We are indebted
for the idea, not to the Advertiser,
Lut to a native-born Hawaiian lady
and mother, who has a true and in
telligent aloha for her people and
HOW ABOUT THE SAILORS' HOME?
What is to he done with the
Sailors' Homey Is it to remain
where it is? Or to he leinoved, or
demolished, or what? After the
great fire of April last removal was
the common talk, and the public
imagined that removal was a settled
thing. At a meeting of trustees
the matter was talked over, and, if
we remember correctly, it was de
cided that removal was tho wise and
proper thing to do. Hut there the
old unsightly structure continues to
stand, and seems likely to stand
until destroyed b' fire or brought
down by natural decay. There are
a couple or three good reasons why
it should be torn down with as little
delay as possible, and not a vestige
of the material left on tho spot.
First and foremost, it is a magnifi
cent fire trap in close proximity to
two important public buildings
the General Post Office and the new
Police Court. Let that fire trap
once get a genuine fire in its jaws,
and it will be necessary to com
mence without delay the erection of
a new post ofilco and another sta
tion house (Kiiapapauui), to bay
nothing of the blanks that will
appear where business establish
ments now stand in that neighbor
hood. A second reason for tho
removnl of tho old Homo is, that
the spaco it occupies would be of
greater yalno and convenience to tho
city and the public than the build
ing itself. That space right in the
heait of tho city thrown open, and
Bethel street widened, would bo a
public convenience, an attraction,
and the means of increasing tho
' value of property in that neighbor
hood. The third and last reason
wo shall give is purely sentimental.
But it has been decided by tho Leg
islature that sentiment should be
iVT - "!? -
encouraged. Tho icmovnl of that
ugly old building would be a won
derful relief to the eyes of all whom
Imsinc&s or pleasure takes thnt way.
Xo ono can pay in favor of its
ictcnlion Hint it is what its name
algnilies, a Sailots Home, and ns
such it necessity of this seaport
town. Its name is really an ano
maly. It has long, eeascil to be a
sailors' home in fact. It is :ui' ordi
nary lodging house, and used least
of all by the class for whom it was
originally intended.. It may, in the
distant past, hae served the pur
pose of its founders. It does bo no
longer, and the sooner it is demo
lished the better.
PAHALA ENGLISH SCHOOL.
Editor Uumxtix: In your issue
of Julj 21st, there appears under
the above heading what purports to
be an account of the annual examin
ation and exhibition of the I'ahala,
Kan, English school. From this,
any one not acquainted with the
Until of the matter would believe
that we. at I'ahala are blessed with
a good school; whereas the exact
contrary is the case. Your corre
spondent has given yon a wholly
wrong, utitiiithfiil and highly imagin
ative account of the proceedings that
Tho examination was held on
Wednesday, the J-lth July, and not
on the 16th, and before Mr. G.
Kiniokco, the examining oflieer for
the district and who is also a District
Judge. This is his account:
The school consisted of twenty
children. Small sums in addition
were written on the blackboard by
the Principal and answered vciy in
differently by a few of the scholars.
Two hymns were sung and played
by the Principal. A few of the chil
dren were examined in reading on
one page, number 27 of the primer,
and could repeat the page by rote.
On tryiug them on previous and
after pages, they could not read a
word. Only seven out of the twenty
children could read or spell and
then only small words of one sylla
ble, the rest weie not past the
alphabet. Examination in arith
metic or geography there was none.
The principal part of the work done
by the children was drill, marching
and counter-marching. The standard
of scholarship is the lowest of any
school in the distiict. The above'
information was given me by Mr,
Kiniokco at my request to give you
and your readers a true and matter-of-fact
statement of what took place.
I may mention that excepting the
children only thiec people were
present on the occasion, viz. : the
Principal, Mr. Glendson, . Mr. G.
Kiniokco and the school policeman,
a native, so it is easy .to imagine
who inspiied the account under
mention. 1 could say considerable
as to the management of this school,
etc., but as a petition from the in
habitants of Pahala for the removal
of Mr. Glendson is under the con
sidciation of the Hoard of Educa
tion I will not say more at present.
T. C. "Wills.
Pahala, Ivan, July 2G, 188G.
TEMPERANCE AND LONGEVITY.
"Woo unto them that are mighty
to diink wine, and men of strength
to mingle btiong drink." Isa. 5:22.
This woe is sometimes apparent in
the shortening of the life of the users
of intoxicants. When this is not
the case the evil consequences are
seen in their posterity. Liquor
sellers f-ecni quite icady toquote, in
piool' of their doctiine, that intoxi
"among God's good jilts
" nicrx. nf tiurcnna ii'lir. Ii.n'n
be old men and vet used
alcoholic drinks. Here is one case
they cite: "In Decern her, 1801,
Mr. Thomas 'Whittington died ut
Ilillingtou, Middlesex, England,
aged 101 years. His favorite liquor
was gin, of which lie seldom failed
to take a toleiablo portion till with
in a fortnight of his dissolution."
And another; "An old man (uamo
unknown) died about 1.820, at Rich
mond, Surrey, England, at tho ago
of 1 10 years. He was seldom sober
for thirty years before his death."
That those peisons of tho last
century had rugged constitutions,
and could endure strong drink, and
yet live to such an advanced ago,
proves nothing. Who knows but
tney migiit nuvo uvea mty years
longer if they had let gin, etc.,
alouo? Spottiswood mentions one
"Kentingen (afterwards called St.
Mougnh-or Mungo), who never tabt
cd wine or sttong beer aftor ho cumo
to the years of understanding, and
slept on the ground, notwithstanding
which ho lived to tho very oxtraor
dinaiy ago of 18.1 yeais." Theio is
also tho caso of Alexander Macin
tosh, who died at Marseilles, aged
112, Tlio last ten years of his life,
ho lived ontiiely on vegetable food,
and enjoyed a good state of health
till two days before his death.
In 1882 I met a woman in Shirley,
near Southampton, England, with a
badly swollen neck, and diseased
lungs. I5y her side lay a piiny two-year-old
child. She said to mo:
"Sir, you see the ruin that is
brought upon us by those who had
strong constitutions, but indulged
in whisky. My grandfather lived
to bo ninety years of ago. My
grandmother was eighty. They
were both pcoplo of strong frames,
and robust constitutions. They
both drank j and my grandfather
made his boast that lie could drink
more than any man about, nnd not
become incapable. Hut what about
their children? They had three sons
.fl-1 m tXV3
who wet oof temperate habits, but
nil delicate in health. My father
lived tho longest of the three. Ho
died of consumption at the ago of
twenty-five. Here we are," said
she, tho big tears filling her eyes,
"a proof of tho sad consequences
which tho use of strong drink entails
upon one's posterity."
If nioro testimony of this char
acter is desired read the following
from JIall's Journal o Jlcallh. It
N his description of tho case of one
who was called a moderate drinker:
"It can't hurt anybody. Why, I
know a person yonder he is now
a specimen of manly beauty, a
portly six-footer. He has the bear
ing of a prince, for he is one of our
merchant princes. His face wears
the hue of health, and now at the
age of fifty odd lie has the quick,
elastic step of a man of twenty-five,
and none more full of wit than lib ;
and I know he never dines without
brandy and water, and he never
goes to bed without a tenapin or
oyster supper, with plenty of cham
pagne ; and more than that, ho was
never known to be drunk. So here
is a living example and disproof of
the temperance twaddle about the
dangerous nature of an occasional
glass and the destructive effects of
the use of good liquor.'
"Now it so happened that this
specimen of safe brandy drinking
was a relative of ours. He died a
year or two after that, of chronic
diarrhmn. For four months before
he died he was a year in dying
he could drink nothing without dis
tress, and at death the whole ali
mentary canal was a mass of dis
ease. He left a legacy to his chil
dren which he did not mention.
Scrofula has been eating up one of
his daughters for fifteen years;
another is tottering on the verge of
the grave, and only one is Ifet with all
the senses, and each of them is as
weak as water." Pacific Health
TO OBTAIN SLEEP.
External quiet should be secured,
if quiet be personally agreeable, and
whether light or darkness be pre
ferable must depend on the idiosyn
crasy. Xo control ought to be ex
ercised over the senses. The eye
lids should not be closed, but al
lowed to droop when weary. There
should be no resolution to disregard
sounds or to suppress sensations of
any kind. The surroundings being
ptopitious and consonant with the
"feelings," or, still better, disre
garded, mind and body should be
left to take their chance of sleep,
without the stiiving which, in truth,
is the principal cause of wakeful
ness. This is wiry it often happens
that persons who cannot sleep in bed
by night will drop off to sleep read
ily in a chair by day. It is the
clfort to sleep that keeps off slumber
and when there is no clfort sleep
comes naturally. If the endeavor
is made, as soon as it commences
expectancy begins, and paradoxical
as it may seem, the conciousne-ss is
actually kept awake to watch for
sleep! This watchfulness, out of
the eagerness of the desire for sleep
and the intensity of the effort made
to woo it, throws the mind into a
state of tensive anticipation incom
patible with somnoleuce. Then comes
the period of restless and irritated
disappointment, in which tho mind
is so vexed, the brain so excited,
and the organism, as a whole, thrown
into such a state of irritability that
the best thing to do is to rise and
bathe, or wash from head to foot.
DROOPING SHOULDERS. '
This is a serious ill. It compro
mises both appearance and vitality.
A stooping figure is not only a fam
iliar expression of weakness or old
age, but is, when caused by care
less habits, a direct cause of con
tracted chest and defective .breath
ing. Unless you rid yourself of
this crook while at school, you will
probably go bent to your grave.
There is one good waj' to cure it.
Shoulder-braces will not help. One
needs, not an artificial substitute,
but some means to develop the
musclns whose duty it is to hold the
head and sho.tldcrs erect. I know of
but ono bull's oye shot. It is to carry
a weight on the head. A sheepskin
or other strong bag filled with
twenty to eighty pounds of sand is
a good weight. When engaged in
your morning studies either before
or after breakfast, put this bag of
sand on your head, hold your head
erect, draw your chin close to your
neck, and walk slowly about the
room, coming back if you please,
every minute or two to your book,
or carrying the book as you walk.
The muscle whose duty it is to hold
your head and shoulders erect are
hit, not with scattering shot, but
with a rifle ball. Tim bones of the
spino and tho inter-vertebral sub
stance will soon accommodate them
selves to tho new attitude. One
year of daily practice with the hag,
half an hour morning and evening,
will give you a noble carriage, with
out interfering a moment with youiy
It would be very difllcult to put
into u paragraph nioro iustruction
than this. Your respiration, voice,
and strength or spino, to- say noth
ing of your appearance, will find a
now depaituro in this cure of droop
ing shoulders, Christian at Work,
IJoscoc Colliding Bays: "The
smallest country newspaper is worth
more to its subset Ibers in one mouth
than its piico for a year." For
President of the United States,
Roscoe Conkling of Utica. Vine
THUrtSDAY evening, A BUNCH OF
KEYS, iho finder of which will
lie rewnrded on leaving It at
1)3 2t TUIS OFFICE.
Saddle Horso for Sale,
A voiincr. ttyllih 8AD.
t)Lr. HOUSE; nho
works in harness. An-
92 21 THIS OFFICE.
T AST Wetlursdiiv. July 28lh. n NEW.
JU FOUNHLAND PUP (Female),
with lilnck spots on bnck nnd Minnlder.
Answeitto the mime oF "Spot." $5 re.
ward will be given to nny poison return
ing the Don to
OJlw THIS OFFICE.
Coral Rock at Auction,
I inn instructed to sell ut Public
noon, :it the comer of
nud King sliecls,
500 (more oi- lews).
Blocks Coral Bocks
the Bethel Church
Regular Cash Sale
SATURDAY, July Slst,
At 10 a.m., ut my Salesroom.-, I will s-ell
at Public. Auction, " 1-uge line of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Crockery, GIubmwiiu', Giocerles,
Ctnned "Good", ciiimsI ing in part of
Jams. Table Piiudic- nd IVir.
Lima Biiin. Baked Bean-. Pie-, niv,
Ahpurngu-, Chicago Corn Beef, etc ,
Bags No 1 Sugni. Maui I'ntntoe;. nnd
40 Bnlcs New California Hav,
1 now Blnck Walnut Brdr....m S t,
1 nice painted Bedroom Set,
- Book Gate, 1 Fiiu- Mangle,
Cookiug Move. I hnirN Tables-,
Spring Matlrabt-es, Hewing Machine.
1 each Mexican and English Baddle,
J. L.YONS, Auct'r.
H. Hackfeld &.Go.
Hnvp just Beceivcd, hy the
" FUKST BISMAKCK, "
DPull ANHortinent oi"
St. Pauli Beer.
A Spleudid Line of
Hrii Hnnplr Plntninrv
EJiy UUUUdj UlUllliligj
Filter Presses unit Filter Press Oloth,
Sugni nnd Coal Hag, all sizes;
llcinp Twine, Gilvani.ed Fence "Wire,
with Fish Plate, Bolls und Spikes,
Portland Cement, full weight,
K'lo'lng Slntes, llaMiua Cignr-,
A number of the much-favored
Willi a large quantity of the most popu
lirMiiblc. YELLOW SHEATHING METAL
Aim, Swedish Matches. Crockery,
OltfJ Etc., Etc.
Mrs. Hebbnrd's School,
- 24 BEBETAN IA STBEKT, will open
1 on MONDAY NEXT, August 2nd.
Choice Property for Sale.
LOT OORNElt OF FuKT AND
School Streets, belonging to Mr. M.
J.ouifison. Enquire at tho office of
M. ti. GKINBAUM & OO.,
85 1m Qui en streetn.
While Slil'U- (with collar and cullV)
l.tiundiiul and I'oliidicd,
10 cents each,
White L'nnts, plain, l.aund'ied 10 cents;
Marched lf cimts.
White Coats, plain, 1G rents; starched,
White VeBtP, plain, 10 cents; starched,
One Dollar pet do.en for lirgo piccec
Fifty I'ei.t perdocn fm miiiiII plecea
D.uieiug UlolliK $ each.
MoMjnllo llara, f0 ti iili-, itenmiU nnd
Illnnkets, washed und bteatned, 10 cents
Ironing nnd Finishing Ladles' Wear
Uiolhes Jtceclved, Washed, and Be,
turned on tho Fame diiy when so ordered.
Tho Liuindiy Wagons run to all nnits
of the city nnd suburb). Orders by
Telephone or otherwise will receive
tar Hell Telephone 100. Mutual 488.
81 tf GEO. OAVENAGH, Lessee.
DUK1NG iny ntaenca from tho Klnir.
dom Mr. J. F. OOLUUHN will
net for mo in till InHltusss iiniticis, eo.'.
lcotioni, &(:. (I OUt) II. J. AGNRW.
A young Dor of pood
bleed. Owner can have
same by piovlug property
nnd puyiug expense of nil
AT the meeting of the Stockholders
of the lliiwuliiui Stone Compnny,
held Juno SO, l"i!, P. Miihlcmlorl was
elecic.l Secretttiy, vice Waller D. Me
00 ill Seen tnry Hmnllnii Siono Co.
T)Y a sober nnd steady ninn, formerly
XJ a sea cnniain, a situation ns mgiif
watchman or Lunii.
TWO nice comfortable Coltugen on
Lllllin slieiii, near School, ench ut
$12 per month. Enquire iU
M.S. GUI NBA UM A CO.,
8S 2v Queen street.
THE ASTOll HOUSE.
m j FOR 5!1 MEAL TICKETS. Goort
ejpdb food, M-ived by clum waiteiB. A
ilcnnid prhnto dining room. ?5 per
week, or VM meal tickets for Ti. Pollto
white clerk nt the counter. H8,lw
Bug Id -.innniuiiu thnt they li
on Klnu s'riet, mnr Mnunnkca; where
lhe uill lie glut n m-c their filer ,1
' HI Iw
A Splendid Opportunity.
& Any )crtnn desirous of pro-
raiSTl ciirinir a pica tun iiomc
"-''" .!. .., lie ntinll'Ii.if !rt flu.
iipplvinu o the tin.
ileii!;pi(l I his house nnd lot is t-pf.
nti-il mi Knrt slieei. in M to the Gymna
sium lJuilJinf.'.. The giotinds mo plum
ed with mnnv rme trees nnd plnnts.
011m Business Agency.
Another Lot of the Celebrated
Royal Club Gin I
Undoubtedly the '
Finest Quality in the Market.
FOR SALE BY
Lovejoy As Co.,
P0 at IB Nuuanu Street.
sdSLA Cottage ut 5 lOutu. coin
AtjSj2 plot eh luiuUhcd, loi house-VJ-triMnm
keeping, i-or paiticnhir, ap
ply to Mils I1EBBARD. .
8'j 2v 21 Beietanin Street.
A FINE BLACK MAKE, 9 year- old,
inipoitid. Warnuiied sound, gen
tle und Kind. I will guaruntie her to
lie us fine a family dilving mure a- am
in the Kingdom, mid any child can
drive her with safety. Also,
A Fine Family Phaeton,
in good order, with covcik, hoot, etc..
alio, a Set of Siuulo Harness. I will
sell this outfit complete for ont-.half
their cost three months ago. Also, u
A Side-bur Browne I Muggy,
in good older, and bl ik Mare for snle
cheap. Alto, a MneNi ale & Url aa No.
1 $ Safe, cost, two year ago, $VJ5; Bell
for $W0. Is as good ar. new, ha Inside
door, diuueis, An, Abo, a fine Upright
Boid Piano; alto, a neatly carved riecre
tiuy, with pigeon holen, desk, etc.
Apply at once to
8d lw Geneial Uu.iuesh Agent.
Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank
rpHK Postal Savings Bnnk Department
JL is open daily, exiept Sundays ai.d
holidays, ut the General Post Ofllco, he.
tween the hours. of :i'a.m. and 4 p.m.,
and on Sutuidays until (t o'clock l'.M.
for ihoiiccipt nnd payment of money.
DEPOSITS of 25 cents and upwards
to $1,000 will be received.
INTEHEST 1 allowed at the rate oi
5 per cent, per unnum on nil depo'lts'of
$5 and over.
MARMED WOMEN and also minors
over seven years of age maj deposit in
their own names.
DEPOSITORS have direct Govern,
uii-iit security for llieir money mid w ill
have prompt repayment
PUINTEI) HULKS und oilier Infor
mation can be obtnlned upou applica
tion ut the General Ollhe.
JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU,'
Bureau of Post Olliee, Honolulu, Jul
1, l8ijQ. 83 1 w '
Mortgagee's Notice of
NOTICE is heieby given thnt In ao
cordauce with a Power of Sale
contained in a certain mortgage deed,
dated the 2nd day of September, A.D.
1881, Hindu by Ioaue Moltihi of Wfiilim.
ukn, ICawaihnu, Islam! of Kauai, to
John Boss'of Honolulu and recnrdeil in
the olllce of the Beglsitiai of Convey.
iiiiCcn, tt Honolulu, in Liber 01, on
pages 180 und 181, and for a breach of
conditions in bald mortgage died (on
tallied, to wit: tho non-payment thereof,
all and singular the premises described
in said mortgage deed, will, after the
llmo limited hy luw, bo sold at public
unction in Honolulu.
The property to ho Fold under the said
powor of Halo is Bltuated at Lcleo, Ho
nolulu, Iblund of Oahu, and consists of
a House nud Lot, more particularly des
cribed Iu P.P. 22ft8, L.O.A.2183,
JOHN HOSS, Mortgagee.
By W. O. Paiiue, his Attorney.
Honolulu, July 24, 1880. 88 8w
New Goods Just Received
Br the steam-dilli Zenllindln I
CHOICES V 8
Ladies' Bazar, 88 Foil Street
rYLESof LADIES' HAT:?, anion which
will be found
MARY .AJViDEIfcWOIV HATS,
Now nil tho rnge, with tunny other finoritc styles of BONNETS; nl so Fine
Laces', Flowcts, Pon-I'onn. Feathers and Tips, In grctt r.-irl -i A new lino
of Veilings, etc. I have also on hand an iiseoiliuent of the
Finest Ladies7 Corsets,
Lndles', Misses' and Children's Fancy nnd Plain Hosiery, line I.lnen lluiidkir.
chiefs, U-derwenr of nil kinds, with vnrloin other good9 sinlabli' for In tics'
wear. I would nln inform the Lndles of Honolulu and vlcliilt.v n' I urn
now fully prepared to do nil kinds of DKESSMWUNG In tut. best
maimer and niol fashionable styles, at tho lowest pojslblo tales,
AND ASK FOR A TRIAL.
MRS. J. LYONS, Proprietor.
K. T. SKI HMOHE, of San Francisco, Mnunger of the
The Leading Millinery House
Swiss Edgings, Laces, Parasols,
XTx-euel liiil SIioch unci Slippei-H.
The above Stock Avill bo sold at very Low figures.
TEMPLE OF FASHIO
Ol and G3 IToi-t Street.
We are pleased to announce tho arrival of our immense lnige Invoice of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Laces, Hum,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
and are now offering unprecedented and umivnlled Bargains in nil ourdepartm'ts
Letting Down the Price.
.lust received, 100 pieces of very line Victoria Lnwn at $2 apiece, 10 yards; a very
inrge ntsoitment of new Spring stjlns in Lawns, 4-4 Batiste, Smeens, plnin
flguied nnd brocaded, white Fiqucnnd a full line-of Drets Gocdt, the latest out.
Lace DSoncl'e, Ladies' Tricot; Oloth
iu 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 Bovb and Children's Suits; Great Bargains,
Boys lllue Flanel Snilor Puits at $2.50 a Suit. Just receded, direct from
i Eastern manufactures,
Ladies', Men's, Misses' and Children's Shoes
which we offer at bed-tock prices.
- S. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
New Goods, Just Received!
Shelf Hardware, Locks, Knobs, Padlocks,
A full line of Agate Ware, House Furnishing Goods, Eddys & Jcwelt's Rcfripera.
tors, Water Kilters flnd Coolers, Ice Chests, White Mountain Ice Crenm Freezers,
new pattern ; Easy Lawn Mowers, Door Mats, Gnrdenuand Canal Harrows, Axe.
Hoe, Pick und Fork Handles, '
Socket and Planters' Hoes, a Superior Article,
Cut-down Muskets, Powder, Bhot und Caps,
Fence Wire and Maples, Manila nnd Sisal Hope,
Tho latest novelties in Lamp goods, the very Best and tccond giado Kerosene Oilp,
Berry Uios. Furniture Varnish. For fculo at lowist market rates by
The Pacific Hartae Coift Limitefl,
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Just leceived, ex Lapwing, a large consignment of
Genuine German Cologne,
Prepared by Joliann Mala Farina,
Hollister & Co.,
P.O. BOX 315.
Renl Estate Agent, '
Wllifer's Steamship Agent,
Great Burlington ltailtoad Agent
received a few of the NEWEST and
Has jut received the newest line of
Ladies' Untrimmed Hats, .
Ornaments & Children's Hats,
Also, a very fino Stock of
The Lending Millinery House.
109 Fort Street.
Honolulu, H. I.
Custom House Broker,
Maiiaixcr Hawaiian Oneia House.
Fire and Life Jnturanco Agent,
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