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New Goods Just Heceived
By the stcnmMiln Zeal- vb-i 1 lmu
JLS V Si 1
will 1 1, foincl
Now nil tliu mgc, with imtnv o her f nr v vlf -i BONNETS-, nlno Fine
L'ico, Flowers, PoiM'oi. , I'tiith"! and 1 ,p, in nieit mild . A new line
of Veilings, oic. 1 have also ci hind hi ii'"ir'uioul of Urn
Finest Ladies' Cors&ts,
Ladles', Misses' nnl OiihbenV t'niipj and l"'iln lfon'r, lino Linen Hnndker-
chiefs, Underwear of nM kin ' with nlou- ch-i i, lotl- suitable for Indies'
wear. 1 would nlo Inloim I 'it Ladles of Honolulu nml vicinity that I ntn
now fully picpared to d nil Muds of MltKSMKINO lit tho but
mnunci and inot fnhl nal '" n c-, .it ihe lowest no ollilo inte,
AND AMv FOB. A TRIAL.
fVSRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
(3T MHS. K. T. SlvlMlORK, or San Frnnuseo, Manager nf the- .Mllllnciy
warn b g n n P n H H n If
Tho above Stock will bo
OX jviul HiJt
We arc pleased to announce the uriival of our immense lairc Invoice of
Dry (roods, Fancy Ml Urn, BililiflB,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing G-oods,
and ate now oft'eiing unpieetdonttd and iinrnnlhd.P.argains in nil om depailm'ts
. Letting Down -the Price.
Just, receded, 100 pieces of very line Viotoiia Lawn nt ,?2 apiece, 10 ards; a verj
large assortment of new tepiing stj les in Lawnf, 4-1 J'atiste, Haletn, plain
figured and brocaded, white Pique and a full line of "Diets Gol1s, the luti stout.
Lace IOoiioIo. HtifJitift '.ITVieot; Olofli
in all the new shades; 10 do7 f.aitif"! lii-leTIncid lloto at 40 cents-,
the liurt iriliio 'vii ollcred.
Just received, all tho latest Htjlcs in Hoys and Childicn's Suitp; Orcat Bargains,
Boys Blue Plane! Sniloi Suits al 2.50 a Suit. Just leeched, dlicct ftom
' Ladies', lto's, Misses'
which wo oiler at
New Goods, Just Received!
Shelf Hardware, Locks, Knobs, Padlocks,
A full line of Agate Ware, House Furnibhiu;; Goods, Eddys & Jcwctt's licfrificrn.
tors, Water Filters and Ooluib, Ice Chctts, While Mountain Ice Cienm Frcezerfc,
now pattern; Eaiy Lawn ilocrs, Door Slats, Garden and Canal Bairows, Ase,
Hoe, Pick and Folk Handles,
Socket and Planters' Hoes, a Superior Article,
Cut-down JIuskctp, Powder, Shot and Caps
Fenco Wire and Ktaplcs, Manila and Sisal Rope,
The latest novelties in Lump goods, the very BeM and second giade Kcioeciio Oile,
Berry Bros. Fuiuittiro Vmnisli. For talc at lowest jnaiktt tales by
Tie Pad Hardware Gomp'y, Liiiefl
Jufct ncclvcd, u Lapwing, a Jai go consignment of
J'rcpnrcd by Jolmnn Maiia Fniina,
Gepiler Om Jiiliclis-Plalz CbIbbh, Germany.
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street.
P. 0, BOX 31 C.
General Business Agent.
Wildcr'fl SttMin&liJn AKcnt.
Great liuiUngtou iiaihod Acoit
jn America. ,
i uminiij fWA. -l ' iwuwiWii iimiwminm.M
iwolvd n few of Ilia NEWEST find
LF't.f LAlillWll Tjniimiiirvlilrli
'lu'M )i h
lla" jif-t iecclcd the new cct line of
Ladies' TJnlriuimcd Hats.
' Tips, Plumes,
Ornaments & Children's Hats,
AImi, a vciy fine Mod; ol
sold at very IjOW figures.
The Lciullnp -Millinery rimic
nKumif t t-rw
bed - rock prices,
& CO., Proprietors.
iroiioiiiin, ir. i.
Custom Houaa Broker,
Aianngui jjiiurnu.in upeiu jioueu,
Fit t uatl Llfolnburuuco Agent
Shs gwiiii tttti.
SATtMtDAY, JULY 31, 1880.
KILAUEA'S FKESH ACTIVITY.
lNTi'.UKSTiso i)t:scittr no
Wo leant from Ucv. .1. A. Zalini,
C. S. C., who has just tctunu'it oil
the sloamor ''Y. G. Hall," irom a
vimi to Kilnttcn, tint the great vol-t-ino
Is sitiain' nuito uctivu. This
c niv &uio wih lie ooil news to
oversow. F-itltcr Znlini says that
tho ! o tu'Wc an oytensive lavn lake,
'jtisl west 01 tlic inins of llnleniatt
Hiau si ml iMi'li'iing on (he western
vail el ihe ilrprcnion forinod by the
recent )ie:ik-'lowi As iiviuly :i"
cotiltl be nr.ccrluui(!(i, this laku ii
about four liundrcd feet wiilo ami
seven bundled, feet long. There is
Htitlgc of lava crossing this lake
fioin west.to cast, making in reality
two lakes, 'one on the north nml the
other on the south of the ridge. The
sides of this lidgc or neck ate occa
sionally ovet spread with bright
liquid 'lava, which comes from small
vents on various pails of its surface.
In the outh-west coiner of the
noith lake there were two active Hie
fountains which weie intermittently
but strongly active dining the
whole of Monday afternoon and
evening. Indeed the light omitted
was so blight that it was clcnily ob
served by sovcial persons nt Puna
Inn, as "rellccted from the clouds.
The lava irom the fountains oidi
narily rose to a height of only a few
feet, but occasionally there weie
more violent outbursts, when the
molten matter was ejected to a
height of fully twenty-live or thirty
feet. At these times the pyrotechnic
display was truly magnificent.
Occasionally, too, the whole of north
lake would break up, when the
scene was even grander. The guide
who accompanied Father Zahni was
quite enthusiastic over the display
and declared it was by all odds the
finest exhibition Tele had given
since last Match. "Pcle has re
turned," he said, "and Kilauea will
soon be grand as ever."
From a scientific point of view,
Father. Zahni icgaids Kilauea more
interesting now than it was before
the break-down. There is not, it is
tine, such a display of fircwoiks,
such huge billows and such large
lakes of molten lava, as weie to be
seen before, but there is much better
oppoitunity of studying the form
and natuic of the crater, and the
woikings of tho volcano than could
possibly be had while New Lake and
llalem.'uunaii were full. What with
the ruins of the old waters, the
yawning abyss that h.ts been formed
by the 'withdrawal of the lava that
formerly filled it: the numerous
vents ill vaiiotis parts of the depres
sion which continuously evolve im
mense volumes of smoke and sul
pliuious vapors, and the wonders of
noith and south lakes even the
non-scientific visitor will find as
much probably mote to see and
admit c, than was visible when Ki
lauea was considered at its best.
"One thing is quite certain," says
Father Zahm, "no one will lie dis
appointed in making a visit to the
volcano as it now is. It will
fully equal Ihe expectations of
oven the most sanguine." lie
says his piincipal icason in coming
to "Ihe Islands" was to see Kilauea
and that he is fully satisfied with his
trip, lie could find only words of
praise lcgarding the facilities afford
ed for visiting the great volcano,
lie went via the Intel-Island Steam
ohip Co., to Piiiialuu, and thence by
an outfit furnished by Mr. Peter
Lee, to the summit of Kilauea.
Everything, he says, was a series of
stirpiisps to him; the unvarying
couitesv of tlie officers of the
steamer "Hall ;"
coiufoi ts of Mr.
hole! at Puiialun
and tlie charms
and conveniences of the "Halfway
House" under the same manage
ment ; and last, but not least, the
noble animals, and intelligent and
accommodating guides placed at his
disposal. Father Zahm says he has
had considerable experience in
mountain climbing, but was never
able to make a similar trip with less
discomfort or delay than wus occa
sioned by his journey up the lava
covered sides of Kilauea. He says
that the time required to go from
the "Volcano House" to Punaluii
was a little less than four hours
exclusive ol the time for lunch at
the Halfway House and- thut he
reached Hie Paliala plantation in
four hours and n quarter, and wjti
but little fatigue, For those who
arc accustomed to riding ho is not
ho says the descent can bo made
in less time. The tlmu of ascent
was a little longer, but it was mado
Father Zahm is Professor of
Physical Science at Notre Damo
University, Notro Paine, Indiana,
U. S. A. Ho leaves for the Coast
on the steamer "Austialia" to-mor
tow (Sntuiday). Dining his stay
in Honolulu he U tho guest of St.
Louis College. Ho expresses him
bclfus delighted with what ho has
seen during his short stay in Hawaii
iiei, and cntci tains the hope of being
able to nialce, at no distant day,
a longer visit to the Islands ; with ft
view of making an extended study
(t our more important volcanoes
active and extinct especially thoso
of Hawaii and Maui. July yOth.
An important London bnnking
house is considering tho piojectto
construct a 1 ail way from Winnipeg
to Hudson Hay. Capitalists in Lon
don favor the project.
ADVERTISING THE VOLCANO.
Mr. F. L. Clatko has edited a
neat brochure on "The Great Vol
cano of Kilauea," including "a
sketch of n flying tiip from San
Francisco to Honolulu and return,
with a visit to the gi cutest active
volcano in the world." The pam
phlet Is intended to ndvcilise our
greatest natural wonder at the Na
tional I'.iienmpment ol tne iraim
Aimy of the Hepublio nt San Fian
cisio. It is issued in the joint in
terest of both iuteiMslaud steamship
companies, the steamship lines be
tween San Fiancisco and Honolulu
and the Colonics, and the Hawaiian
Hotel. A larger work is project i-d
by Mr. Claike, whit It will ii.i'iudc a
historical sketch of the volcano and
boa woik of pcimanent. value lor
scientists and tourists. The whole
edition of the pamphlet above re
ferred to goes forward b to-morrow's
mail, to be distributed by Mr.
R. W. Laine, delegate from the
Goo. W. UeLong Post to the Na
tional Encampment. July UOth.
CHINESE FIRE RELIEF.
Mr. C. Afong 'having taken
chin gu of u subsciiption list to aid
tlie sufferers of the late conllagra
tion, and having collected and ex
pended tho money as he deemed
advisable, furnishes the following
facts; The amount raised was
3,8!)0, as per the following sub
sciiplions: Mr. C. Afong S.'jOO, T.
II. Davies & Co. S250, Chilian &
Co. $100, Mr. C. Alee SI 00, Glaus
Spreckecls & Co. $250, W. G. Irwin
& Co. $230, C. It. liishop & Co.
$250, Castle & Cooke $250, Schaefer
& Co. S200, Hackfeld & Co. $250,
C. Brewer & Co. 8100, A. J. Cait
wright $100, Wing Wo Chan $200,
J. A. Hopper $100, Jas. Campbell
S150, Pacific Ilardwaie Co. $100,
E. O. Hall & Son $100, Mr. Paul
Neumann, Lau Kau, Fieeth & Pea
cock, C. 1. Lyons, E. B. Thomas,
GooYook, W. It. Castle and 11.
Mclnerny also subscribed for the
stiffeicis. One thousand nine hun
dred and foity-live dollais wete ex
pended among the sufferer' in aid
ing those worthy of assistance in
the following ways; For 8(J pas
sengers for Hongkong per baik
Hvdia, at $21 per passenger,
SI, 800; two funerals $53.50; at
tendance on patients in the Hospital
$83; advei Using notice of subscrip
tion $2.50 making a total of $1,'J45
expended and leaving a balanco of
$1 ,0 15. Mr. Afong is very grateful
for the kind assistance he lcccived,
and hiuing lelievcd the sufferero in
a worthy manner, will take pleasure
in refunding to the subscribers the
remaining $1,945, pro rata. July
Friday, July 30th.
Mr. John Itobello came fiom Kau
by the steamer W. G. Hall yesterday
and was committed to the Intane
Husi'Acr. & Kobeitson's diay
drivem appeared on their seats to
day"in neat and gay uniform. This
is u pretty t-tioke of enterpribC, and
will not be likely to hint the diiveis.
Tiik Captain and officers of II. B.
M. Ship Pelican weie entertained at
bienkfnht by His Majesty the King
this morning. The Band was in at
tendance and furnifhed excellent
JxTinir.ST in the annual regatta on
Nov. l(ith is wanning up in boating
circle, as evidenced by quiet but
energetic practicing by boinc of the
bent ciews. "Mum" is all the w'oid
that can be got in icfercnco to the
question of new bo.itc.
A ro.MKOitANATi: weighing 31
ounces and measuring 15 inches in
ciicumfeience was giown at Mr.
Giflaid's place and can bo been at
Irwin ttCo.'h office. Tbispoincgianate
is probably the largcbt ever grown in
Honolulu. It looks like a huge wax
A cask before Justice Bickcrton
was interrupted yesterday by the
counsel for tho piosecution in ano
ther cabo desiring to havo tho latter
take piecedence for reasons given.
One barrister i0be to dicoiibb the
point, followed by two nioie, each
saying be appeared for the defeiibe.
The Judge said ho bad noticed a
fourth speaking to the defendant,
and presumed bo also was on that
side, at which Deputy Maibbal Bay
ton facetioiibly remarked in mi un
dertone that tboio weie enough law-'
yers for the defendant to bang him.
In the afternoon, when the cnbo was
called, the foimidablo airay of legal
talent had dwindled down to a single
pinotitionor, calling foilh the obser
vation fiom the bench, that couiibcl
foi tho defeiibe wab named Legion jn
tlie niornbig, but It wiih bind to de
nominate it accutatcly now. The
tranbfoi matiou, however, teems to
jiuvownikcd wol fur tliodcfcildiuit, for
the ohm go against him was with
drawn this morning,'
There is one thing that monopoly
does not seem able to control, and it
is agriculture. Tho tendency hi
this country Is to smaller farms, noU
withstanding the developments hcio
and there of great estates under one
head. One of the most famous en
terprises of this kind, Dr. Glenn's
California farm of 15,000 acres, is
about to divide into six equal patts
and sold. Philadelphia Ledger.
Great Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Living Six Years Without
Going to Bud.
Mn. Burion: While spending a few
days al the pleasant Seaside town of
Aheiybtwith, Caidiganthlic, Wales. I
heard related what bccmtd to me either
a fabulous story of a marvellous cure.
Tlio story win that a poor sullen r who
had not bten able to He down In led for
bh limir ieais, glen up iodic by i.ll ihe
Ucclois, had been bptedlly tailed by
t-omi! Patent Mullfiiic. It was lelalid
with tlie inoie Implicit confidence fiom
(lie ebciiuibtancc, as was said, that the
Vltiirof LlnnryMjd wn-t fiiinlllnr with
iho facts, and could vouch fur the truth
ol the lepuit.
11 1 lug a litllu curiosity to know how
biu.li stoiles iiow In tnnclllng, I took
the llbeiiy while nt the villngu nf Linn,
lutul to call upon the Vlrar, tho ltev.
T. KvaiH, and to uiqillie about this
wonderful fin u 'lhoiiu.li a toalbtiau.
gci io him, l.oili he find Ids wife nio-t
euicioii h tiitdtiin (1 me in a half
limn c uinr -adon piiiuip ill luiiclilii
the ciu ol Mr. I'ugh, In which they
tunned to tnl'e a deep and symp ilhetlc
intLii-l, bin in'' Inn f'lUilllii with his
iii II ci In l;". i nil now ri'jolceil in wh.il
-Jiii'il in , hi ill 'i liiosl teiiiliikable cine.
'I liu Vicar unlinked llial liepicsuiuud
hi ii.lnic had been ciiunicldl Willi the
lepoit fiom Ids having mentioned the
C'i'o lo Mr. John Tliomas, n ilicmUt of
Llilnnn. He i-ahl Mr. I'ugh was forinei
ly a losldenlof llicb palish, but was now
living in ihu pubh of Lltiinhlcitiol
Ho Miongly vouched Mr. Win. Piigh's
ciiiu.icicr as a ictpecmiiKi laiincr unit
woilliy ol credit. I loll the veuuiablo
YUar with a lhelier tense of the happy
l elation of a p.mor and people, feeling
that ho was one who trill yutptitliluil
with all who nioalllicRd minimi, body,
On my letuin lo Abcr,stwltli, 1 was
hnpi esttd wllh n di the timuMr. Pimh,
who-e leputaliou stood so high. His
fin m Is called I'lincoin.Mnivr, signifying
"above tile dingle," situated near the
summit of a smooth louiid hill, over,
looking a beautiful valley in which i
situated the loxely ivyiniuitled Church
of I.hiuddciunl. I found Jlr. Pugb,
nppiticiiily about -II) years old. of mullum
height, i.ilher slight, wilba plcwiutiiud
luUlllgeul face. I told him I had heaid
ol Ms gieat itllllctiou and of his leiuaik
able ami almost niiiiiciilous lellcf, and
that 1 had ionic lo burn from his own
lip-, what theiu mih of tiulh In there
polls. Mr. Pugb icniaiked that his neigh
bor. hud taken a kindly ami sjnip
allietic inleicst In his case lor many
eni'J, but of late their inleicst had hcdl
gieniiy awakeaiil by a happy chat ge in
lib condition. What j oil lepoit i s l.u
ing hum! abio.id, sain he, is sublimit
ially true, with one exception. 1 never
undeistood that my case was ever given
up as hopi.'lcis by any l'hysichiii. I
hae been tiealed by scvcial Doctor
heie ihout , at good as any In Wale, bul
unloiliiiiiilely no prescription of theirs
iver biought the desiied ullet.
Fifteen years ago, hu tiiid, 1 Hist be.
lame chuscIous ot.i tour anil diriiiigtd
btoniuch and lots ot appetite, which ihe
.Doclois lold mo was Dyspepsia. What
lood 1 could hold in my biomtich seem
id lo do me no good and was often
Ihioun up with painful ldihings. This
was followed aftci a time with ithoaisc
ness and a law fineness of tho thio.U
which ihe Doctois ailed broiichill-.,
and I was tu.ited for that, but with
little biicccs-.. Then came shoitncss of
biealli and a seto of sullotatinn, espe
ciully night-, with dummy swe.it, and I
would have lo get out of bed and sonic,
limes open a door oi window in winter
weather lo fill my lungs with the cold
About six je.iibiigo I became so bad
that 1 could not bleep in bid, but had to
take my iintpiicl rest and dreamy sleep
sitting in an aimchaii. My affliction
scnueii lo be woiUing downwind into
my bonds a-, well is upwuids into my
lung-, and thio.U. In the violent cough-ingi-pasms
which grew, more fiequent,
"my abdomen would expand and collapse
and at times it would stem that I should
mi Hoc it c. All this lime 1 was ii'ilucul
in tticngth so that 1 could perform no
haul labor and my spiiits crs conse
quently ipueli uiptcssul.
E nly in this lust -pi ing I hud a still
inoie severe spa-nmdu: allutk, and my
lainily and neigliliors became niarnicd,
believing ill-it ccrtuinly 1 would not sui
vhe, when n neighboi, who had some
Kiiowhdgc, or had Ik aid of the nudi
cine, bent lo Alieiyttwiih by the driver
of the Omnibus 1V,-,, beme seven mikt
distant, and futchul a buttle ot iMother
scigul'b Curative b nip.
'Uiis medicine fliny dminislerei lo
me according to tho dne lit as, when to
then suipnse and delight no kss than
my own, ihctp isin ccasid. I became at
case, and my stomach was calmed, My
bowels -eic moved as by a gentle
calluitic, and I fell a sense of quiet
comloit all through cuch lib I liad not
belorc realized in uiimj yenis. I could
walk aiouud the Jio'um: and bieathc
comfortably in u few hours after I had
taken tlie medicine, thine continued
lo take tho midicino daily now for
something oerlwn months, and I can
lie down and sleep sweetly at nighLs
and have not since had a recunenceof
those ten iblu spasms mid mi citings. 1
have been so long bioken down and re
d need in my whole system that I have
not tried to perfonn any very hind out
door labor, deeming it best to he pru
dent list by ovei-cxcition 1 may do my.
tilf injuiy belore my strength is fully
restored. I feel llitu my btoniuch and
bowels have be n and arc being thor
ouglily lenovated and renewed ly the
mtdieiiic. In tact 1 feel like u new
I have been much congratulated by
my neighbors, especially by the good
Vicar of Llanrystyd, who with his sym
pathetic wife have come three miles to
shed tears of joy on my recovery.
I builu Mr. Ptigh good-bye, happy that
even one at least among thousands had
found a icmody for au aggravating dis.
Believing this rcmnikable case of
Dyspeptic Asthma should bu known to
the puhlic, beg to submit till? above
fads as they arc ichilcd to mo
'.'01)11 wlyj V. T. W.
THE undersigned is picparcd to fur.
uisli specimens of all the
Ferns of tho Hawaiian Islands
at reasonable rates.
Coitiplpfe Collections cmbrac.
ing HUvaiietiesiwpicsentliig 20 families
pi ep ii td to older only. These colli clions
display entile fronds of each fern with
roots mid other iinpoilnnl parts of cuch
plant. Collections emhiaelug I10111 'JO
to bQ varieties elegantly mounted and
dccouitcd with iuos;i s, lichens and sen.
weeds peculiar to the i-daiuls always on
hand at Mcstivj, King Bros.1 Art blore,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Packages of the spores ol nil varieties
of feins found in tho gioup for bale,
These packages aru guaranteed to contain
lrcbh bpores and are securely put up nnd
nccuialdy named. Price per packet 10
Pamphlet containing particulars in
reference to Ihlng plants, with a cnta.
logue of the ferns mulled to any address
within the Postal Uiiion upon icculpt of
0 cent btump, Addicbs,
F. L. CLARKE,
87 Honolulu, Qaliu, II, I,
One Trial will Conviro You f
Grout Itcduction in tho l'rico oflco Oronin!
A Novelty sn Honolulu !
From thU day and hereafter F. 1IOBN will be pnpaifd lo furnish the
First Steam-made Ice. Cream,
which he iMinrnnlccs to bo FAH PUPKItlOU to C inn and ',v band
and whlih he will sdl at Ihe fillowing lcdtieed pipe !mi oP'ile lot '
olhers lo coinpetu with of the same ijuiilhj .
1 to 2 Gallons, .... 33,50 i)cr Gallon
3 to 5 " - - - . 3,00 " "
6 to 10 " - - - - 2.50 " "
10 or More at Special Rates.
Retalleis and Kestntdants supplied on pilvnlc letms and full measuro guarnntetd.'.
Hub mnrte bprcinl nrrnngemunts with llic AVootllinvn Diiry nnd vnuohc- Hint nil his
Prrvima will lilt inmln ftnm tlm Prmm nf tdni nili.l.i tit 1 i ndci. .t. .!... 1 1
Creams will bo made fiom the Uream of
uiiiumyisu jjimies inni ueiiiiemen wiMiine; 10 enjoy atiisiioi ueik mils UK ISAM,
such as only a practical and cxpeiicnced Confectioner can make can be aiconimo-
fllltfifl in !l rm7.v. nnnt mill rmn ff,rlnliln ruitti nl flu,
eiwlbo Ladies and Oentlemcn whhinir to enjoy 11 dish of delhlnus CllEAM,
til 110 rnll n Irnnlinn1 nml viiii Innnml 0i L.nlLmnn nr. t. nl ...... 1. ...
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory & Bakery
No. 7 1 Hotel, botween Nuuanu and Fort Streets.
If?" Pnrtics w ishing to Bupply themselves with Ice Orenm Tickets can buy r, for SI
85 . . Ciisdi, at the Store. -XBa
Blacksmith Work: ' Carriage Building,
79 k 81 an Street
ISiitrciiccM lx-om KiiiR-
Every desoiiplinn of work in the aboo lines pcrfonncd in a flrst-clnss manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
m Bell Teh phone, 1C7. -& (327 ly) r Bell Telephone, lGT.'-n
King Street, between Fort and Alakea Sti-eets,
HAS RECEIVED, PEH AUSTRALIA,
bmoked Salmon. Smoked Il'ilibut, Hams, Bacon, Block Codfish, Kits and tins Pal
mnn Bcllie. kegs Uuttcr, Cala Cheese, keus Pickles, kegs PigPoik, Table Rai
sins. Fins, Almonds, AValnuts. Spiced lieef. Bnntd Chicken. Lunrli 'I'mnniiw. ri.i.
pod Uecl,cises Oysteis, Sardines, SeaFonm Cinckcrs, Flour, Bian, AVheat, Oats
White f'aftile Soap, Granulated Sugar, Cube Sugar, Powdered Sugar, Geimea'
Brcnkfast Germ, Choice Teas, French Peas, etc. Also,
"Good Night" and Palace Brands Kerosene Oil.
All at Lowest market rates and Satisfaction Guaranteed
34aj . Telephone 11!)
Wine and Spirit
23 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
Solo Importers of
S. Lachman & Co.'s-California "Wines,
John Exchaw's No. 1 Brandj'j
J. Pdlison's 1 and 10 year-old Brandy,
J. J. Mclchcr's "Elephant" Gin,
r- 11, w. BMITn & co.'s
"TllsilB Dew" wuibr,
Coates & Co.'s 'Plymouth" Gin, etc.
A VOI.T. LINK OP THE
Most, .Favorite Brands
Ales, Beers, Wines,
BI'irilTS, MQUKUItS, ETC,
coiistantly on, hand and for sale at the
Orders filled promptly and all Goods
P. 0. Box 362. Both TeL, No. 40.
that cdelnati d D.ilrv. unless onlrriil
Mil Ita PrnmicDo
U1U J.IUUU 11U1H1UUU.
and BXerclmiit SiH.
J- P. O. Box P72;
AS complaints havo reached me of
late from some of my customers
that they can,pui chase Ilnwaijnu-inadc
Soup cheaper thau 1 have Lcen selling
it, I beg to slate that I have always
transacted my business in ti fair and
straightforward way, charging the same
price lo nil alike, and selling at a
moderate into; and at the same time I
would inform my customers and the
public that fiom and aftei this date my
price will be 7 per 100 lb.
T. W. RAWLINS.
Honolulu Soap Works. Leleo, Honc
liilu, June 21st. 09
Burnt Out, liirtltlii!
Ryan's Boit-BiHinE SMqd
Is how adjoining tlie rear of
Crystal Soda forts
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemoji Sodn, Lemonade, Harfoporilla,
Fruit bj 1 ups and Es&eiiccs uud
mado from the pure Apple, all of which
wo guaianteo to bo tho Lot.
ter" We 11U0 Invito parties intendinc
binning slims lor the bale of ictd
drluU and wishing fountain supplies,
tojcall on us Lcloie going clsewheie.
Tlie Crystal Soda' Worls,
P. O. BoJi07, Honolulu.
O LUSO IJAWAIIANO.
ALL persons who want to coininuni
cuto with tho Poitugucbo, either
for biibinesH, or for iiroctirlng workmen,
servants or mi y oilier helps, will find it
the most prolitiiblo way to advertise In
tho Luso Ilaivaliauo, tho now organ of
tho Portuirueo colony, which is pub.
ltshcd 011 Merchant stitet, Gazelle Build,
ing. (Post.OllIco Letter Box U,), nnd
only charges leUBvnuble rates for ndvi-r.
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