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BISHOP & Co., BAi KEKS
llonolulu, Hawaiian Iplnmla
Draw Exchange on llic
Battle of Cttlilbruia, W. IT.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. llothschild & Hon, London
The Commercial Hank Co,, of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurcli, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vie-
torla, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business
Pledged, to neither Beot nor Part;,
Bnt established for tho benefit of all.
SATURDAY, JULY 31. 188C.
THE ADVERTISER IS RICHT.
We believe the Advertiser is
fairly entitled to credit for tho idea
of making Honolulu a free port, and
most of what it has published on
the subject at different times is
deserving of consideration. The
meaning of "free port" seems to
have been misunderstood by some
people doing business here, they
taking it to signify "free trade."
"Whereas nothing of the kind is in
tended. Abolition of wharfage and
other port charges with which vessels
are usually taxed by governments is
what is generally understood in
other countries by a "free port,"
and this is the senso in which the
term is used by our contemporary.
"Free trade," or the admission of
imported goods without payment of
duty, is an entirely different matter.
No one can truthfully deny that
"the history of all free ports is
idential. It means commercial and
business prosperity." No doubt, a
similar history would be made for
Honolulu, by making it a free port.
Nothing could be so strong an in
ducement for vessels in this ocean
to make this a place of call, and the
"Assembled Wisdom" of the country
would do well to give the matter
early and careful attention.
ROAD TO ST. LOUIS COLLEGE.
St. Louis College occupies a lovely
spot. The spacious grounds, with
their large evergreen shade, orna
mental, and fruit-producing trees
are charming. The school buildings,
class rooms, chapel, and dormitories
are convenient, well ventilated, and
comfortably furnished. The insti
tution is supplied with a corps of
efficient, conscientious, and devoted
teachers. In short, everything with
in the enclosure conspires to make
the college an excellent place for
boys to acquire the foundations of
knowledge and learning. But while
the premises, the grounds, and the
teachers may be almost everything
that could be desired, there is one
thing apart from these, and j'et in a
sense closely related to the two
former, which is far from what the
directors and teachers, the boys,
their parents and guardians, and all
who wish well to the institution,
could desire ; and that is the road
leading there, from Smith's bridge
to the college. A portion of it is
inconvenient from its narrowness,
and the whole is rough, rutty, and
in a generally bad condition. In
dry weather it is by no means pleas
ant to walk over : in wet weather it
is execrable. Considering that a
greater number of children attend
this school than any other in the
city, and that this road is used daily
by more than three hundred boys in
going to and from school, it seems
reasonable to ask that it be put in a
better condition, and that a small
grant of public money be used for
that purpose. Much is not needed.
A few hundred dollars would do a
great deal, and produce a wonderful
transformation. The objection may
be raised that it is not a regular
government road, and therefore
government money should not be
expended upon it. Government road
or no government road, it is a public
thoroughfare, and the road by which
hundreds of boys, who are the hope
of the nation, go to school, and the
Minister of Interior would be justi
fied in ordering it put in proper con
dition at public expense as soon as
,'J JIM J
The Earl of Clanwilliam, com
mander of the North Atlantic
squadron of tho British Navy, has
been promoted to the dignity of a
full admiral. It is understood he
will remain at the Halifax station
until October. A number of years
have elapsed sinco the British" North
America and "West Indian fleet was
last in command of a full admiral.
The event was signalized by a salute
of 17 guns from tho warship Dido
in Halifax harbor, and hauling down
the Vice-Admiral's flag from the
foreinasthead of the Bellerophon to
be hoisted on tho mainmast, signify
ing that a full admiral was in com-panel,
Editor Bi'lletix: Noticing in fi
late number of the Bcu.ktix,
amongst the "Police Kepoits," tho
commitment of one of tho pupils
in tho Reformatory School to Onhu
Jail for a shoit teim (for stealing 25
cents woilli of salmon) the thought
occurred to mo that perhaps the
public generally do not undeistnnd
what is one at" least of the conse
quences of sending boys from the
Reformatory institution to the jail.
It is that to use the deaciiptivc
language of a person well acquainted
with the subject -"what that boy
does not know of deviltry, of convict
tiicks and low cunning practices
before he goes into the jail, is
taught him while he is there by the
more seasoned jail birds, and when
lie goes back to the Reformatory
the chances arc tlint he is a worse
criminal than before."
I would not wish to be under
stood as finding fault with the man
agement of the jail or school, but
write this solely for tho purpose of
pointing out the imprudence of
temporarily even, subjecting boys
guilty of minor offenses, and pre
sumably ignorant of vice and crimo
in their fully developed phases to
the most intimate enforced contact
with hardened criminals. Surely
there must be some way of effici
ently dealing with bad cases in
the Reformatory School so that it
will not be necessary for the princi
pal to confess his inability to con
trol them without, calling upon the
Police Magistrate to do so. C.
Roman Catholic Cathedral.
High mass at 10 A. M. Vespers at 4 :30
Kawaiahao Chukcii. Rev. If. II.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. si. Preaching at Jl a. si.
Y. M. C. A. Young Men's Bible
class in tho parlor af.):-I5 A. si., con
ducted by the General Secictary. Gos
pel praise service at 0:30 v. si.
Kausiakapiu Chukcii. Rev. J.
Walamati, pastor. Sundav school at
9:30 A. si. Preaching at 10:30 A. si.
and7:30r. si. Young people's meet
ing at G r. si.
Bethel Union Congregation.
Rev. E. C. Oggel, pastor. Services at
the Lyceum, Xuuanu avenue. Sunday
school at 9:45 o'clock. Preaching at
11 A. si. and 7:30 r. si.
Fort-street Church. Rev. J. A.
Ciuziui, pastor. Meeting for Bible
study at 9 :4." A. si. Public worship at
11 a", si. and 7:30 i si. In the cveniug.
the subject will he, "The Value of Yes
terday." A coidial welcome for all.
Chinese Church. Poit street, near
corner Beietanla. Mr. To Teng Ue,
evangelist. Chinese Sunday School,
9:30 a. si. Chinese and Eug'lish Sun
day School, 2:30 l". si. Preaching 11
a. si. and 7:30 r. si. Bible clus in
Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hall, 0:30 i si.
St. Andrew's Cathedral. First
Congregation. Holy Coinmunlou, at
G:30a. si.; Morning prayer, with ser
mon, sit SI :30 a. 31. Evensong with cate
chetical address by the Bishop of Hono
lulu at G r. si. All scats are fiec.
Second Congregation. Rev. George
Wallace, A. M.. pastor elect. Holy
Communion with sermon, 11:15 A. si.;
evening prayer, with pennon, 7:30 p. si.
Sunday school meets at 10 a. si. in the
Punahou Preparatory School building.
Scats ft ec at all services.
AN INDIAN DUDE.
An Indian dude has revealed
himself. It is Little Chief of the
Clieycuncs, who writes to Secretary
Teller: "I want to let you know
the clothes are now gone and I
would like the promised suit, so that
I may appear before the whites and
my own neople as becomes a
Cheyenne chief. I don't care much
for grub, but I do like to dress in
proper style. I want the best white
hat you can purchase in the market."
THE LARCEST ORGAN IN THE WORLD.
An organ which has just been
built in Germany is believed to be
tho largest in existence. It counts
174 registers, and is worked auto
matically by an Otto gas-motor of
four horse-power. Its height is
twenty metres, its width eleven and
its depth ten. Its largest wooden
pipe is ten metres long and of a
cubical capacity of 2,000 litres. Tho
instrument is to bo set up in tho
Cathedral of Figa. For tho St.
Stephen's Cathedral of Vienna, tho
same builders are soon to construct
a still jlarger organ. The well-known
organs of Ulm and St. Petersburg
Were built by the same men.
THE EFFECTS OF SMOKING ON BOYS.
Dr. G. Decaisno has submitted to
the Society of Public Medicine the
results of some interesting observa
tions corncerning tho effects duo to
the use of tobacco among boys.
Thirty-eight youths were placed in
his charge, whoso ages varied from
nine to fifteen, and who were in the
habit of smoking, though the abuso
of tobacco varied in each case. Tho
effects of course also varied, but
were very emphatic with twenty
seven out of the thirty-seven boys.
With twenty-two patients, there
was a distinct disturbance of the
circulation, bruit at the carotids,
palpitation of tho heart, deficiencies
of digestion, sluggishness of tho
intellect, and a craving, more or
less pronounced, for alcoholio stim
ulants. In thirteen instances there
was an intermittent pulse. Analysio
of tho blood showed in eight cases
a-notable falling-off in the normal
number of corpuscles. Twelve boys
suffered frequently from bleeding of
tho nose. Ten complained of agi
tated sleep and constant nightmare.
Four boys had ulcerated mouths,
and one of the children becamo the
victim of pulmonary phthisis, n fact
which Dr. Decaisno attributed to
the great tleteriorntiono f tho blood
produced by prolonged and execs
siyo use of tobacco. Treatment
with iron and quinine give no satis
factory result, and it seems toler
ably evident that tho most effective,'
if not the only cure, is to at once
forswear tho habit, which to chil
dren in any case is undoubtedly per
Dissolution of Co-part MGJV-
rpiIIS business of Mnyliow & Uicxvc,
JL heretofore cnrrlcd on by lliem as
Contractors and Builders, Is this dny
dissolved by mutual consent The busi
ness will he continued by E. E. Mav.
how, and he U lesponslbh' for nil debts
incurred by the said partucishlp; and
all moneys due the late ilrm are to ho
paid to the said E. E. Mayhew.
Dated Honolulu, July ill, 1880.
93jt W. CHEWED.
Notice to tho Public in
THAT J. A. MACKENZIE Is author.
Ized to trnusnet my business and
receipt bills for mo while I am absent
from the Kingdom.
Honolulu,. luly 31, IS'O. 1K1 Ut
Co-partnership N tice.
rilHE undorsigned have this dny en.
X tered Into co.pailnershlp, under
the tlrm nuine of HAHMSS'N BHOS.,
for the pin pose of carrying on the bui.
nes of Conductors and Builders.
FRED. HARRISON. .
Honolulu, July ill, 1SS0. 03 2 1
ARTHUR IIAItRIRON. KURD. II Alt III SON.
Estimates jjiven on Brick nnd Wooden
Plana nnil Miterlflcatlonn jKurulnlird.
All orders from Plantations for the
Petting of Boilers, Building Stacks, &c,
All Work Guaranteed and at Clicapect
Kates. All ordeis or enquiries pan be
made at JOHN NOTT'S, Kaihuninnu
street, or through Post-Office box 418.
Special Sale of Jewelry.
On Wednesday, Aug. 4th,
At 10 a.si., at my Salesroom, I will tell
at public auction, an njorlnient of
Jewelry, Watches and Clocks,
being tl o balance of Stock of an Im
porter closing his business, and
Rings, Collar Buttons,
Gold Mounted IVnlinlriers, Watch
Chains, Lockets, SiiuK bleeve lintlons,
L-idies' and Gent;.1 Gold SeU, Bracelets,
Watches, Clocks. &c, tc. Abo,
1 Glass Show-Case.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Mb. E. J. Appleby,
TEACHER OF BANJO.
For termt, enquire at
74 im WfcST, DOW & CO., Fort St.
THE undersigned, liavinp this ihiv
leased to GEORGE CAVANAGH,
of Honolulu, the Honolulu Steam Laun
dry, notice is hereby given that the said
jeorge unvanagli alone is lesponsiule
for all debts contracted by the said
George Caanagh for tho said Laundry
from and after tins date.
W. C. PARKE,
Assignee of .1. F. McLaughlin.
Honolulu, June 17, 1880. OR
Inter-Islanfl S. I Co.,
Tlie JBest K-oixte
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and staunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves llonolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
Friday, July 23rd.
The stenmcr passes along the entire
coast oi uie leeworu sine of Hawaii, at.
forellug tourists n panorama of charm
ing scenery, and will slop at Keulakc
Kim uuy, wnero suiucient time is allow,
ed to visit the Monument of Captain
Tourists by this route reach Punaluu
at 0 o'clock on (he day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, making Ihe entire passage in
smooth water. At Punaluu there is tlie
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will ho conveyed
by railroad to Pahala, thence hy stage
coach to Halt. way House, where horses
and guides will lie in attendance to con
vey them lo the Volcano.
Touiists will have two nights and one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HARRY AUMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort street, or at the ofllce of the I. I S,
N. Co., Esplnnude. itfu dm
Since establishing our Mission In this
city, wc have frequently 1 cen solicited
to prrcurc larger und moie convenient
quarters for worship and Bible eliss,
quite a number expressing themselves
as willing to contribute toward tho
necessary expense. Wo have now so
cured the building on Fort street, for.
merly used as a gymnasium, thus incur,
ring quite a'debtj besides, tomo changes
are necessary. Therefore wo would say
to all who would esteem it a privllego to
aid us in tho matter, that they can con.
fcr with Mr. N. V. Burgess, or with tho
undersigned. LA. SCOTT,
74 lni A, LA HUE.
THURSDAY tvenlni!, A 11UNCH OV
KEYS, ihe Ilndii of which will
bo regarded on leaving it at
03 2t Tilt. OFFICE.
Saddle Horse for Sale,
A onnir, etvtNIi SAD.
DbE ItOhViC; also
win Ua In liarnpss. An-
oj lit TiiiaoFFtcrc.
CdralRock at Auction.
1 urn instiuclrd lo tell nt Public
On TUESDAY, An?. rd,
at 12 noon, at tho comer of Bethel
nnd King streets,
500 (more i 1oih),
Blocks Coral Rocks
the remains of the Utiliul Cliureli
Building. Tonus dish.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
82 yt Auctioneer.
Regular Cash Sale
At 10 a.m., nt my Salesrooms, I w ill sell
at Public Auction, a huge lino of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Crockery, Glassware, Groceries,
Ciinntd "Goods, consisting In part of
Jams, Table Peaches and Pears,
Lima Beans, Baked Bean". Preserves,
Aspanigus, Cbirngo Coin Beef, clc,
Bugs No 1 Sugar, Maui Potatoes and
40 Bales New California Hay,
t new Black Walnut Uedtonni Set,
1 nice painted Bedroom Set,
Book Case, 1 Fine M-ingb'.
Cooking Stoves, Chubs Tables,
Spring Mattrass" Sewinc Machines,
1 each Mexican and English Saddle.
3 3Vev BnsffieH
J. LYONS, Anct'r.
H. Hackfeld & Go.
Have just Received, by the
" FURST BISMARCK, "
JTull AKXortnicnt oi"
Beers, Wines ai Lisoors,
St. Pauli Beer.
A Splendid Line of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Filter Presses and Filter Press Cloth,
Sug.ir and Coal Pan, all f-izi's;
Hemp Twine, G-ihanized Fence Wiie,
willi Fish Plates Bolts and Spikes,
I'nilland Cement, full weight,
Ilooflng Slates, Havana Cigar-,
. A number of Ihe rmich.favori'd
with u large quantity of the most popu.
YELLOW SHEATHING METAL
Also, Swedish Mntches. Crockery,
01 tfj Etc., Etc.
Mrs. Heblmrd's School,
1 SM BERETANIA STREET, will open
1 on MONDAY NEXT, August 2nd.
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zcalandin,
70J Queen & Fort Street Stores, tf
The White House,
JVo. 11H JXiiuumi ftStroot,
HONOLULU, : : II. I.
Private Family Hotel
Terms Reasonable. FirstClas9
MRS. J. VIERRA, Proprietress.
naw'n Carnage Manf'g'Co., eg 00 100
E. O. Hall & Son, 75 100
Inter.IslandS. N.Co., 100 100
Bell Telopbone, !!3 10
Haw'n Agricultural Co., 100 100
O. Brewer & Co., 101 100
Wnodlawn Dairy, 00 100
Wniluku Sugar Co., flrt 100
Walmanalo, 170 100
Star Mill, t-5 fiOO
Reelproclly Sugar Co., fO 100
Ice Company, 87 100
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokci.
38 Moichant Street. 101 ly
m& - BHHtkA. Ai. -
LAR P Wcdnr Mlav. Julv 28th. a NEW.
FOUND I. AM) PUP (Feiii.ileO,
whli hlaci; spots on back and .shin 1 Ilc
Answer to tilt) tiiuno nt "Spot" Jl re.
waul will Ixs given loiiny pcii-on return
ing Ihe Dog lo
!ialv THIS OFFICE.
THE ASTOR HOUSE.
$i FOR 21 MEAL TICKETS. Gooel
TC food, s-e'iViil by I'liuu wiiltaix, A
si luueild prHalei dining ronin, .f.'i per
Week, en VI in en I tickefft tor $5. Polite
while clci U nt ihe counter. fc8 lw
r"MVO nice comfoiiabb' Collages on
JL Lllllm street, mar S"honl, each at
S12 per month. Encpilru nl
M S. OHINBAUMitCO.,
88 2v Queen slreot.
Madeira & Bias
Beg lo announce that they have
on Klnc s'reet. near Maunakca; wheie
they will lie g'al to see their friends.
A Splendid Opportunity
Any person ilcsirons ttf pro
curing a plea nnt homo can
doMi'bv nnnlvinir in thn un-
dctslgned I lib. house ami lot Is titu
alcd on Fein stiert, niMluihu Uyinnn.
slum Building. The gtounds aic plant
ed with minv rAio IreiR nnd planix.
O. IC. MILLKU'S
1)1 lni Business Agi'ncy.
A FINE BLACK MARE, ! years obi,
imnmtcd. Wananitd semnd, gen.
Up and kind. 1 will iruarantec her to
lie as line ii family diking mure a am
in ihe Kingdom, und tiny child cm
ell ivo her w itli safety. Also,
A Fine Family Phaeton,
in good order, with cover.-, boot, clc.
alo, a Sol of Sinu'li) Hnrnoss. 1 will
si'll this o'liiil c mpkli' fur onclnilf
llii-ir e.ot line ontliB ago. Also, n
A ttjilo-Jmr Hn.wiK'll Iuuy,
in good older, i.tul Blink Mure lur wile
cheap Also, n MnoNenle & Url an No.
12 S.ifc. cost, two yt.irs au, .I'.i"; sell
for ijiro. Is ns good tt now, Iiiim inside
door, diawer.s. &c. Abo, a fine Upright
Bo d t'i'ino; nl-u, a m ally carved ecu -tiny,
willi pigeon holes, ik'ck, etc.
Apply ai one c lo
J. E. WISEMAN,
83 lw General Business Atieul.
Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank
rpiIE PosuilS-ivi g-BusUD. piirlmenl
X is epi'n elaih, ci c(n Sunil m and
holiday!-, l the General lol Ollice, be.
twien lli- hours of n a.m. and 4 p.m.,
and on Sib.rd.iv.- until 0 o'clock .I'M.,
for the rrcei t and pauiicnt f money.
DT.POSITS of 2. cents and upwnrits
to 1,000 will he received.
INTEREST is allowed ul the rale ol
5 per cent, per annum on all deposits e!
?5 and over
MARRIED WOMEN and also minors
oer seven ,5 ears ol uye may deposit in
their own names.
DEPOSITORS have direct Govern,
nii-nl t-ecinily for their money and will
have prompt repiiMncnt
PRINTED RULES nnd oilier infor
mation cun bu obtained upon applica
tion nt the) General Olliee.
JOHN LO I A KAULUKOU,
Bureau of Post Ollice, Honolulu, Jul)
1, 18Mb 8S 1 w
Mortgagee's Notice of
NOTICE is hereby given that in ac
cordance wiili a Power of Sale
contained in a ceitain mortgage deed,
elated the 2nd d.iy of September, A.D.
leai, maue ny inane juoiunt ol wailua.
uka, KavMiihau, Inland of Kauai, lo
John Ross ol Honolulu, and recorded in
the ollice of the Registrar of Convey.
n nccs, it Honolulu, in Liber 01, on
pages 180 nnd 181, nud for n brcai h of
conditions in s.ild moiigagc deed eon
mined, to wit: the non-payment thereof,
all and singular the pi utilises dc-cribed
in said mortcage elecd, will, after the
time limited by law, bo sold at public
auction in Honolulu.
The property lo bu fold under the Mild
power of Sale is situated at Lcleo, Ho
nolulu, Islnnd of Onhu, and consists of
a House and Lot, more particularly des
cribed in R.P. 22f.8, I..C.A. 2183.
JOHN ROSS. Morteaeee.
Bv "W. O. I'aiike, his Attorney.
Honolulu, July 24, 1880. 88 3w
Choice Property for Sale.
LOT CORNER OF Fi RT AND
School Streuts, lelonging toMr..JH.
I miUbOii. Enquire at the nnfee of
M. S. GRINBAUM&OO.,'
8fi lm . Qin-cn slreetB.
TI1AN8IENT RATES. ,
'White Shiru (with collar and cuflV)
Laundricd and Polished,
111 cents each.
Wliito Pauls, plain, l.nuud'ied 10 cents;
starched 15 cents.
While Coats, plain, 15 cents: starched,
Whito Vests, plain, 10 cents; starched,
One Dollar put dozen for lirge pieces.
Fifty Cents tier doen for Hindi pieces
Dancing Cloihs $.' each.
Monpiito Biirx, 1(3 cuib, flleumi'd and
Blankets, washed anil steamed, 15 cents
Special Hates for Ship's
Ironing and Finishing Ladies' Wear
Clothes Received, Washed, and Re.
turned on the same day when so ordered.
The Laundry Wagons run to all pints
of the city and suburb's. Orders by
Telephone or otherwise will rccelvo
IS?" Bell Telephone 100. Mutual 480.
81 tf GEO. OAVENAGII, Lessee.
akfe - . 4&jbj-jlifeJMfcJ.' Wji?
H. E. MclNTYRE &, I
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER" FOKT AND KINO STIII ETS.
Now Goods received by every Packet from Ihe K'i. tiu S itics and Europe
Ficih Calllornia 1'iodiiLu by c cry Steamer. All cnSo-s ffiitVully inicndidio.
and Good- elellvcied to any pnrt ot the city free cf c) .c 1 l-inil oielcrs mil.
cited. Satisfaction guarantied. Feist Olllco Box 145. Tulorilidnn he I. 0J. 1C8 ly
P. O. Box 2117.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 iTorL Street,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
New Goods continually on the way. Just received Kegs Sane Kr- t kegs Hol
land Herring, kegs Tiipc, kegs Gcnnan Pickles, kegs Mixed Plcklce, kits
Suhnun Bellies', kits Mackeiel, kegs Family Pork, kegs Coined Beef. For
Bieakfot- Whito Oats, Gernien; Ureiiklnst Gun anil Shmlcel Maize. Also, u
line lot of Now Zealand and Portland l'eachblow Potatoes always oti hand.
The very bet of ISLAND BUrTER, plenty for everybody.
PrircH low mill Sntiftlhctioii Unnrnnfcctf.
(Formcily with Samuel JSott .
Importer and Dealer n
STOVES, CHASDELgERS, LAMPS,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent HalFs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
tar Store formerly oceupiel by S. NOTP, opi osite Sprcckels & Co.'s Bank. "a
Elegant Stock of Misses and Children's Spring Heel
sizes. Also, a Splendid Stock of
A Large and Elegant Slock of Misses
sizes. Also, a
Gents' and Boys'
JL MmBJB HffflWBHHl 11
r yyyyy, EsESSfiiSrrSMGnJIjilrssilJ 3 Tpw'',,wjwfi'H--n iftc "T Tl,1 nPlmtf w'" arti H I 1L
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OP
Custom-made Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods,
'HATS, CAPS, ETC, ETC. ' .
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neclcware.
Alto,- by repeated and special request, a Biniill in'oico of tho finest hand-made,
Most Durable Cents' Shoes
Obtainable in tho
JOHN I0TT, 1.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIM, COPPER AND
W SHEET IRON WORK.
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIERS
T. W. BAWUira.
Tho highest Cash valuo for any quau.
tlty of Tallow.
llonolulu Soup WoiIih, jtalco
Bell Telephono 20. I. O. Box 4.
-43i.1Vi.f .3. LlkC ra
and Children's Spring Heel Shoes of all
Splendid Stock of
Boots and Shoes.
8 EHtmm Street.
TVrOTICE is heieby given, that I have
Xi ihudny l evoked my power of At
torney lo Apuil, dutid 27th day of De.
comber, 1H80, ncordid liber 07, pace
iiija, mdlegitlcr Ofllce, Honolulu.
. , , . SIN OHU.
Dnted Honolulu, July 17, 1860. 81 Xm