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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawalhn Inlands.
Draw Exchange on Iho
Hn.nl t ofOnlltVirnla, t4.JP.
And Iholr ngcnts in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, MONO KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tlio Commercial Hunk Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Hank Co., of Svducy,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstclmrcli, nnd Wellington,
The Hank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, nnd Portland, Or.
Transact a General Hanking Business.
ft gUjj DaUhifn,
Pledged to nolther Beet nor l'ftrtj,
Bat established for the benefit of all,
MONDAY. AUGUST 2, 1880.
The following official notifications
appear in this morning's Advertiser:
It has pleased His Majesty the King
to appoint Hon. .1. L. Knnlukon,
Marshal of the Kingdom, vice John
II. Soper, resigned. Hon. Luther
Aliolo, Po9tmaster-Gencral, vice
Hon. John L. Ivaulukou, resigned.
Her Excellency Laniliau, Governess
of Kauai, vice His Excellency Paul
P. Katioa, resigned.
Mr. Soper retires from the posi
tion of Marshal of the Kingdom and
Mr. Kaulukou takes his place. Mr.
Kaulukou's position at the head of
the Postal Depaitmcnt is tilled by
Mr. Aholo. Mr. Sopor's term of
office was comparatively shoit a
little less than two yoais. He did
not give universal satisfaction, as no
public man in a public position can
possibly do. But candid men who
did not approve his administration
credit him with being an honest, up
right, conscientious man. Mr. Kau
lukou is believed to be better quali
fied for his present position than the
one from which he has just retired.
For this ho has had some Kind of
training, having been for a period
sheriff of the laigest island in the
group. A trial will prove whether
he is equal to the more difficult and
important duties of marshal. There
is this to be said for the new Post-master-Gcneial,
he is probably the
ablest and most clear-headed native
Hawaiian living. But a squaie peg
can never fill a round hole. And
whether Mr. Aholo has the special
knowledge and 'aptitude for his pre
sent position remains to be tested.
His defective knowledge of the Eng
lish language is certainly a serious
disability. There is no position
under the Hawaiian Government
where acquaintance with English is
more necessary than at the head of
the Post Office. The uovcrnorshin
of Kauai is not a difficult office to
fill. Its duties aie few, light and
easy to understand ; and the Ha
waiian lady who has been appointed
to the vacancy is piobably equal to
It is noticeable in the changes
above referred to that three native
Hawaiians have received the three
appointments. There can lie no
objection to this, provided they arc
competent to till the offices. It is
right and proper that ever' public
position should be occupied by a
Hawaiian, when a Hawaiian can be
found who is in every way qualified
for it. But the question of com
petency should always take pi cce
dence of all others. Personal friend
ship, political service, or any cog
nate consideration should never be
allowed to influence appointments to
the public service. Fitness should
be the first consideration, and where
fitness exists in the Hawaiian it lias
the prior ciaim.
THAT REFORMATORY SCHOOL CASE.
Referring to a letter in Saturday's
issue, on the commitment of a boy
from th Reformatory School to the
Oahu Prison, for larceny, our atten
tion has been called to the fact that
the lad is over eighteen years of age,
and therefore as much the senior of
many other boys in the school as he
is the junior of many of the crimi
nals iu prison. As it was the Princi
pal of the school who had tlio Jad
brought.bcfore the Police Court, it
would have beeli useless for the
Police Justice to recommit him to
that institution. The prosecution at
the instance of tliol'iincipnl was a
tacit acknowledgment on his part
that. the disciplinary resources nt
bis command were not sufficient for
the case. Ktill, the offenso was a
very petty and venial one, which tlio
average boy in any similar situation
would bo liable to commit. The
storeroom of the institution with its
edibles was carelessly left open, to
tempt tho ever-keen appetito of
active boys, and in the taking of
two bits' worth of ealmon was, un-
tier the circumstances) rather a tit
vinl pretext for laying n criminal iii
formation agninst tlio youth guilty
of it. By continuing to leave such
traps open for liis wards to fall into,
the l'lincipal of the Reformatory
School will soon have nothing to do
but di aw his salary, for all the boys
committed to his care will have been
transferred to the penitentiary. If
young Hawaiian boys had as strong
friends at couit ns office-holders and
ofllce-scekcis, they would stand
some chance of being treated as
human beings amenable to teal ic
NEW SOUTH WALES LOAN.
I.o.vdon, July 10th. Tenders for
tin Now South Wales loan of ),
o00,000, beaiing inteicht at !H per
cent., woio opened to-day. Tlio
minimum was fixed at !H. 'l'lio total
amount offoted was soventcen and a
half millions. Tenderers at 95 7a
lid will teceive 158 per cent., and
those above that price in full.
A Pi ess Association message says
the loan was covered at 95 Ga to
A'flfi 7s. A syndicate tendoted for
two-thirds of the amount nt !)o os
od. About 1500 tendeis weie ic
ceived covering seventeen millions.
One svndicnto tendered for 5,370,
000 at" 95 7s Gil. Tendeieis at the
latter price will receive ;(8 per cent.
London, .1 uly 17th, The averago
of the New South Vales loan was
95 8s ;)d. The pi ice of tlio loan
to-day is quoted at 95 12s Od.
N. Z. Herald.
ENGLISH ELECTION RETURNS.
The complete election returns for
the United Kingdom are now to
hand. They show that the Conser
vatives have gained 310 scats, the
Unionists 78, the Gladstonites 195,
aud the. Parnellites 85. These
figures give the Conservatives and
Unionists a majority over the others
of 1 18. The prospects of a coalition
muiish' are not regarded as promis
ing, and it is not improbable that
a purely Conservative Ministiy will
be formed. Lord Granville has an
nounced his intention of retiiing
from public life. The Dilke case
has been re-opened at the instiga
tion of the Queen's Proctor. The
co-icspondent, the late member for
Chelsea, has availed himself of this
opportunity of entering the witness
box, and denying upon oath the
statcmints made by Mrs. Crawford.
It will be remembered that Sir
Charles Dilke was dissuaded from
adopting this couise at the first
hearing by the advice of his counsel
and private fiiends, notably Mr.
Chamberlain. N. Z. Hciald..
THE HOT WATER REMEDY.
'1 lie London Lancet contains an
exhaustive article on the "Therapeut
ical Drinking of Hot Water; Its
Origin and Its Use." The article
is written by Dr. Ephraim Cutter,
an eminent physician of New York
City, and contains some statements
and suggestions which, tojsay the
least, are certainly worthy of atten
tion. Dr. Cutter says that the first
use made of hot water as a medicine,
or "health legulator," was made by
Dr. James II. Salisbury of New
York, who, by a series of experi
ments on men and various animals,
demonstrated its efficacy. In his
article Dr. Cutter gives directions
for the proper use of hot water. In
the first place, it must be hot i. e.,
not less than 1 10 nor more than
150 Fahrenlfeit. This excites
pioper action of the digestive
organs. Cold water depi esses and
lukewarm water causes vomiting.
For diarrhea the hotter the water
the better. For hemorrhages it
should be at blood heat. The
quantity of hot water drunk varies
from one-half pint to a pint and
one-half, according to the condition
of the patient and the disease
treated. The hot water should be
taken one or two hours before each
meal, nnd half an hour before retir
ing. This gives the water time to
operate before food enters the
stomach or sleep conies. The water
should be sipped slowly, and the
swallowing of half a pint should take
half an hour. It takes six months
to wash out the liver and intestines
thoroughly. If the hot water seemi
"Hat," flavorings, such as lemon,
sage or ginger, maybe added. The
effects of drinking are noticed in tlio
improved feelings of the patient.
The urine becomes clear as crystal,
and perspiration is free. The diges
tion improves, thirst disappears,
and there is no longer a craving for
liquor. Taken as n whole, from Dr.
Cutter's estimate, tlio hot water
treatment is the most complete
lcmedy yet discovered for nil the
evils flesh is heir to.
THE VOLCANIC ERUPTION.
Since the Inst monthly summary,
there has been a sustained activity
in many of the points of eruption iu
tne Lane district, out upon a com
paratively mild scale. On several
occasions there have been wonder
ful displays of latent energy, but all
theso have been very tamo nffnirs as
compaied with the terriblo exhibi
tion of force on tho morning of tlio
10th of June, which sent up tongues
of llnme to a height of nine miles.
Many of the boiling springs, how
ever, havo manifested an unwonted
energy. Somo of them havo boiled
at a fierce rate, nnd many of tho
geysers have thrown up water to a
great height. The lovel of somo
portions of the land in tho Lake dis
trict appear to havo changed, The
plain where the township of Obine-
mutu la situated is said io be now nt
a lower level by something over
three feet. But whether this state
ment is based upon a good founda
tion, or whether the apparent diff
erence is duo to a fuller supply of
wntcrin Lako Rotoiua, will require
some time to determine with cer
tainty. Earthquake shocks are still far
more common than was the case be
fore tho great eruption, but they
have hitherto resulted harmlessly.
Several of the new volcanoes which
have been opened up have sent
steam and flames to a very great
height on different occasions, some
times to a height of upwards of
9,000 feet, but these fits of energy
aie of shoit duration, and the resi
dents in the district give littlo heed
The large quantity of volcanic
ashes which was thrown out in tho
first terrible outbteak, and which
has spread over some '200,000 acres,
are now found to be not liurtiul to
vegetation. In places where the
depth has not been great, the grass
and other vegetation is springing up
quite freely, and many believe the
ashes will yet ptovc a benefit to the
district; nnd several people have
tested the fertility of the. debris
thrown out by sowing various kinds
of seed therein, and watering with
distilled water. In each case the
the seed has grown, and the plants
have thriven wonderfully in their new
situation. So satisfactory indeed
have these trials been, that the Gov
ernment have granted n sum of
money to have several portions of
the district (which arc coveted with
too great a depth of volcanic ashes
for the covered vegetation to break
through) sown down with grasses
and c!oers as experiments on large
scale. If these are satisfactory, as
it is believed they will be, the grent
er par, if not the whole of the cov
ered district will be sown with artifi
cial grasses in the spring, before the'
dry and warm weather sets in.
It has now been ascertained that
the volcanic energy has been felt
over a considerable extent of coun
try. At several points in the South
Island increased activity appears to
have occurred just prior to the terri
ble outbreak at Taraw era, on June
10th. A boiling spiingis.repoitedas
having made its appearance
underneath one of the glacieisof
Mount Cook. Rnapchu, the giant
mountain in the North island, has a
large lake of hot water on the top of
it, and smoke is teported to have
been seen rising fioin it oil, several
occasions. The eruptive points on
Tongaririo, and the boiling springs
in the southern shores of Lake Tau
po, are all reported as having dis
played an unwonted energy recently
and the escape of the pent-up forces
of nature at so many different points
cannot fail in soon bringing about a
8tatoof quiet, without doing any
material injury. The changes
which have taken place, though the
Pink aud White Terraces are gone,
are expected to largely increase the
attractiveness of the dibtrict for
tourists, large numbers of whom are
expected from Australia as soon as
the winter is over.
During the last week or two Pro
fessors Brown and Thomas of
the Auckland University College,
and Professor Hutton of the Cante
bury College, have been exploring
the disturbed district. Their report
is anxiously looked for. They have
already stated, however, that the
Lake district is now safer for resi
dents aud tourists than it lias been
for the last one hundred years.
It is ascertained that the total
number of deaths, including
Europeans, amounts to 111. N.
NURSINC THE SICK.
Quietude is a great thing, of
course ; but real quietude means the
absence of all excitement, and it
must be remembered that anything
out of the common will tend to ex
cite the mind of a sufferer. Do not,
therefore, walk on tiptoe ; for this,
in addition to its unusual elabora
tion of the gait, invariably causes a
certain amount of creaking. Speak
in low tones, but don't whisper; a
whisper will often awake a sleeper
who would not be disturbed by
ordinary conversation; nnd never
say "Hush!" Let your clothes
and foot-covering bo of as noiseless
and unobtrusive a character ns
possible, and instead of gliding and
tottering about like a rickety ghost,
do not hesitate to walk. If you
have occasion to say anything in the
room say it so that the patient can
hear if ho wishes, and do not let
him bo aware of your conspiring
privately with the others, especially
at tho door. That door has much
to answer for. If it bo visible from
tho bed people open it cautiously,
put their heads in and slowly with
dtaw again. If, as is more fre
quently the caso, it is screened by
the netl-cut tains, mysterious open
ings and shuttings are heard,
unattended with an apparent in
gress or egress, and sotto voco col
loquies go on outside. When you
enter do so honestly atid at once ; do
not spend five minutes iu turning
tho handle, like a housebreaker,
thereby producing a series of irri
tating little clicks, finally terminat
ing iu a big stiap, with which the
door flies open. If tho latch be nt
all rusty, a handle that is slowly
wound back in this way will often
stick', and require to be rattled back
into position, or, if left as it is, may
start back suddenly, after n time,
of its own accord, with a report like
a pifatol shot ! It is always well to
rccollept that jt by uo means fol-
lows that ft sick person is asleep
because his eyes ate shut; he may
bo acutely conscious of all that is
passing in the room, though unable
or unwilling to make any sign ; nnd
nothing can bo more maddening,
under such circumstances, than to
havo people hush-sh-shing and whis
pering around and creaking about
on the tips of their toes. We have
all sympathised in our hearts with
poor Leister Dedlock when his
tongue was smitten with paralysis
with liis sister constantly bending
over him with clasped hands and
murmuring, "He is nsleepl" till,
goaded to desperation, he makes
signs for his slate, and writes, "1
Never stand at the foot of the
bed nnd look at the patient. While
talking to him it Is better to sit by
the side of the bed, and as near the
pillow as possible, so that you may
conveisc easily, while your face and
body aie turned in the same direc
tion as his. By this means you can
make all the necessary observation
of liis featuics without enforcing the
airest of his eyes to your own, which
is so embarrassing and disagreeable
to one lying in bed, and is almost
unavoidable when facing him. Keep
him in as comfortable a position as
possible, by all means, but don't be
too demonstrative in smoothing the
pillows and little offices of ihafsort.
Fidgety attentions will woiry him,
and do him .more haim than down
right neglect. All the Year Round.
Another crank, who claims that
he desiied to attract public atten
tion to his misery, iiied a loaded
pistol in the French Chamber of
Deputies a lew days ago, the bullet
passing close to the head ot the
President of the Chambers.
The Secretary of tlio Tioasuiy
says the demand for subsidiary silver
coin is largely in excess of the sup
ply in the Treasuiy offices and
mints, and is increasing. He recom
mends an increase of the sum an
The President lias denied an
application for a pardon in the case
of James Milton, now undergoing a
sentence for demanding and letani
ing excessive fees for presenting u
pension case. The President says:
"People who make it a business to
piooure pensions are often of such a
character as to need all the lesttaint,
and, when guilty, all the punish
ment they receive."
DURING my absence from this King
dom, Mr, W, H. CHILTON lius
lull power of attorney to transact nil my
busings. HENKY BRADLEY
Honolulu. Juh 30, ISsfl Olijt
HOLDERS of the Hawaiian Agiicul
tural Company's stock aie hereby
notified that a dividend of one per cent
is due aud payable at the office of
O, BREWER & CO , (L'd)
Honolulu, Aug. a, 1S8C. 94
Dissolution of Co-partnership.
THE Ini-inc-a of Mayliuw & Orewcs,
heretofoic carried on by lliem as
Contiaclors und Buildei-, is this duy
dbsohed by mutual consent. The busi
ness win lie conimucu i) &. l'j. .amy.
hew, und lie is responsible for till debts
incurred by the said puitueiship; and
all moneys due the lute linn arc to be
paid to the mid E. . M.iyhow.
Dated Honolulu, Julv ill, 1880.
83 at W. OKEWES.
Notice to the ruhlic in
THAT J. A. MACKENZIE is author,
ized to transact my business and
receipt bills for me while I aln absent
from tlio Kingdom.
Honolulu, July 81, 18-jQ. 9d3t
Co-partnership N tice.
rpHE undersigned have this dny en.
X tercd into co-partucislilp, under
the firm narao of HARRISSOfl BROS.,
for the purposo of carrying on the busi.
ncss of Con ti actors and Buildcis.
Honolulu, July ill, 18i. 9!) 2t
AllTllUK IIAKIUBON. KllED. 11AIUUSON.
Estimates given on Brick nnd Wooden
Plana and HuerlflratiouH Furnished.
All ordcrH from Plantations for the
Betting of Boilers, Building Stuck!, & ,
All Work Guaranteed and at Chen pert
Rates. All orders or enquiries enn be
mndn at JOHN NOTTS, Kaahuninnu
street, or through Post-Office box 478.
il Sale of
On Wednesday, Aug. 4th,
At 10 a.m., at my Salesroom, I will hell
at public auction, nn iiHorlment of
Jewelry, Watches and Clocks,
being tlio balance of Stock of nn Im
porter closing his business, and
Rings, Collar Buttons,
Gold Mounted Penholders, Watch
Chains, Locket", Sluil, Sleeve Buttons,
Liidlcf' und Gents' Gold Sets, Bincelets,
Watclii-, ClockH, &.u , &c. Aleo,
1 G-lass Show-Case.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
rpiIE undersigned, having this day
X leased to GEOHGE OAVANAGH,
of Honolulu, the Honolulu Steam Laun.
dry, notice is hereby given that the said
George Cavimagh alono is responsible
for all debts contracted by the said
George Cavanagh for tho said Laundry
from and after this date.
W. O. PARKE.
Assignee of J. F. McLaughlin,
Honolulu, Juno 17, 180. GO
Coral Rock at Auction.
1 n m Instructed to sell at Public
On TUESDAY, Augr. 3rd,
at 12 mini), nt tho comer of Itethol
and King streets,
CSOO (more or 1isn),
Blocks Coral Books
the remains ot the III tliel Cliuich
building. Terms Unsli.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Regular Cash Sale
SATURDAY, July Slst,
At 10 a.m., nt my Silcrooin, I will fell
nt Public Auction, a liugu line of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Crockery, Glnsswnre, Groceries,
CiniiiiPUondo, consisting iu part of
Inius 'Pablo Pi m lit-- ami I'enrs,
Limn Bums, Baked Beans. Preserves,
Awpaiagtis, Chit ago Corn Beef, etc,
Bugs No 1 Sugar, Maui Potatoes und
10 HnU" New California Hay,
1 new lllnck Walnut Bcdn om Set,
1 nice painted Bedioom Set,
Book Case, I FineMangle,
Cooking Movc, (.'hulls TiimV,
Spring Mnttrnsscs Sowing ncllinel
1 eacli Mexican and English Saddle,
3 ew Buggies.
J. LYONS, Anct'r.
LR I Wcdnr bdn . Julv 'Jcth, it NEW
FOUNDLAM) PUP (Female),
with black spots on back and -hoi lder.
Answcuto thcnninuof "f-'pnt." ?" n
ward will be given louny peuon leliirn.
ing the Dog to
02 lw THIS OFFICE.
'"IWO nice roniimtiililn Cottage- mi,
JL L'lilit Heel, nca i S 'hool, cuih at
$12 pel mouth, .huquiit: at
M. S. GMNBAUM & CO.,
88 2v Queen blrcet.
Madeira & Bias
Beg lo announce that they have
HeiKll'ill IilfiMlllllllSfi Sifll'G
nn King Bluet, near Maunakea; where
they will be glad lo see their friends.
A Snlendid Opportunity.
Any pei-oa desirous of pro
cm ing a plea ant home can
do ho by npnlvinc lothe un-
dcisigned 'I his house and lot is situ
ated on Fort street, next to the Gymnti-t-ium
Bnil ling. Tliu gi minds are plant
ed with munv raie trees nnd plants.
" " C. IC. MILLER'S
911m Business Agency.
Mortgagee's Notice of
NOTICE is hereby given thut in nc
coidnncc with a Power of Sale
contained in u certain moilguge deed,
dated the 2nd day ot September, A.L).
lest, maue ny lonuc aioiuiu ot wnuua.
ukn, KawailiQU, Island of Kauai, to
John Boss of Honolulu nnd recorded in
tlio olllco of the Regittrar of Convey,
ances, at Honolulu, in Liber 01, on
pages 180 and 181, and for a breach of
conditions in said moitgage deed lon
tuincd, to wit: the non-payment thereof,
all and singular tho piemises detcrihed
in said mortgage dee-l, will, after the
time limited by law. be sold at public
auction. in Honolulu.
The piopei ly to be sold under the said
power of Bale'ls situated all.dtn, Ho
nolulu, Island of Oahu, and consists of
a House and Lot, more particularly des
cribed in B.P. 22fi8, L.C.A. 2133.
JOHN ROSS, Mortgagee.
Bv W. C. Paiike, his Attorney.
Honolulu, July 24, 188. 88 3w
Choice Property for Sale.
T OT CORNER OF FOJIT AND
XJ School directs, belonging to Mr. M.
Louisson. Knqulie at the olltce of
M. B. GRINBAUM&OO.,
85 lm Queen streets.
MR. B. J. APPLEBY,
TEACHER OF BANJO.
For terms, ennuhe at
74 m WHST, DOW & CO., Fort St.
"While SliiMs (willi collar and eud'h)
Lnundricd und Pollfheil,
10 cents ouch.
While Pants, plain. Liiundncd 10 cent;
staiched 15 cents. .
White Coats, plain, IC cents; starched,
White Vests, plain, 10 cents; starched,
One Dollar pel doen foi 1 irgc piecef,
Fi fly Cents tier dozen for miull pieces
Dancing Cloths .' each.
HoEqulto Bars, (0 centi, Rteamed und
Blankots, washed and sti nmed, 15 coats
, Ironing nnd Finishing Ladies' Wear
Clothes Received, Washed, and Re.
turned on t ho same day when m ordered.
The Laundry "Wagons run to all patts
of the city and suburb. Orders by
Telephone or otherwise will receive
C3T Bell Telephone 100. Mutual 488.
81 tf OEO. CAYENAGII, Leaveo.
Ci Ji Fi
Ninth Great Inventory Salo at tho Lou cling Millinery
House of Ghns. J. Fiahol.
Items of special interest to Buyer of ii'iMiiinblo
Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery,
LJoots null SIiocm, 1-Iu.Ih nucl Capw, .
"Wo have jmt iccelvcd SO days Inter than
contract call for, a large invoice of
the very best make of Ladles' French
Kid Shoes. By reason of their Into
arrival wo have notified tlio manufac
turer Hint wu shall sell litem on his
account nt just ONE-HALF of tho In
This Salo will continue until the entire
Stock has been disposed of.
Our 97 Mhoi'H will be sold for only
Dining the next 30 dnys wo will sell our
$7 50 Favorite Jersey for only
Our $5 Jcrsoy for only $3,
Our $3 75 Jersey for only $2.
50c. on the $1.
Our entire line of nil wool Diess Goods
in phudp, stripes the newest patterns
will bo sold nt DOc on Hie $1.
A ppeciul feature in our Dress Goods
Department this week will be the
40 Pieces of Silk Brocades at 50c. a Yard,
former price, $1.
This is the greatest bargain presented
by us this season in colored Dress
50c on the $1.
Eiiilwoitlei-iow mill LaceN,
Over 200 new patterns Iiuyo been add.
ed to our nil-ready immense stock.
Fine Straws, Flowers,
AND A FDI.L MHK OF
TRIMMED AUD UNTRIMMKD
Our $8 Pnrssols for $4 15.
Our $G Parasols for $" 3,7.
Our $5 Parasols for $2 85.
Our $3 Parasols for $2.
We have n few Children's Parasols
which wo will offer for 50 cents each.
Remember, this Sale is only for 30 days !
Call Early and Secure your Bargains.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
The Leading Millinery
One Trial will
Groat lieduction in the Price of Ice Cream !
From tl is day and hereafter F. HORN will be prepared to furnish tho
First Steam-made Ice Cream
which ho guarantees to bo FAR SUPERIOR to Cream made by hand,
and which he will sell at the following reduced prices, impossible for
others to compete with or the same quality:
1 to 2 Gallons, .... $359 per Gallon
3 to 5 " 3,00 " "
6 to 10 " 2.50 " "
10 or More at Special Bates.
Retailers and Restaurants supplied on privato terms and full measuro guaranteed.
Has mado special arrangements with the Woodlawn Dairy and vouches that all his
Creams, will be made from the Cream of that celebrated Dairy, unless ordered
otherwise Ladles and Gentlemen wishing to enjoy a dish of delidous CREAM,
shell us only a practical and experienced Confectioner can make can he accommo
dated in a cozy, cool and comfortable room, at the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory & Bakery
No. 7.1 Hotel, between Nuuanu and Fort Streets.
1ST Parties wishing to supply themselves with Ire Oreum Tickets can buy r for $1
81 Cash, at the Store. -Sa
Mrs. Hcbbard's School,
I 24 BERETANIA STREET, will open
I. on MONDAY NEXT, August 2nd.
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zcalandia,
70J Queen & Ftrl Street Stores. tf
O LUSO HAWAIIANO.
ALL persons who want to communi.
cnte with tho Poituguese, either
for business, or for procuring workmen,
seryants or any other helps, will find It
the most protltablo wuy to advertise In
the Jf.mo Uawaihuo, the new organ of
the Portuguese colony, which is pub.
lished on Merchant street, Gazette Build,
log, (Post-Ofllce Letter Box E.), and
only charges leaseuablo rates for ndver.
30 IXATSrS !
Summer Und erw ea r
for Ladle", Gents und Child) en nt
GQc on the Rt.
Our 05c Ballnigan Veti is i..tra good
No such opportunity to purchase the-e
world.renowncd goods nt hnlf price
p.iin pos'lbly occur npaln this season.
168 Gents $12 Soils.
Coat, Vest and Pants for only $8 90.
The Gr ntest Bnrgnin ever offered in
123 Boys' Suits for $4.37 1-2,
FOKMER PKICE,'$7 fin.
These are nil trimmed nicely and well
Ifl yards of Choice Piints for $1.
10 ynrds of Ji wide Cotton for $1,
14 yards of Uhblenched Cotton for $1,
412 doz of Gents' tins Neckwear, ntfiOc
on the $1,
118 doz of Gents' Summer Undershirts
at 25c each, worth COc.
Cent's White Shirts
Wo claim to have tho loiPtst and
moat complete Stock in this city, the
very host make und the very lowest
Every Shirt wnrrantcd LINEN
BOSOM, LINEN CUFFS and GOOD
Our $2 DO Shirt we will sell for 30
days only at $1 45 each, whenever
bought by single one or 10 dozen at the
200 doz of Mackinaw Hats at 00c each,
Our $2 60 Hats we will tell at $1 65,
IST" Come and look at theso Hats aud
you cannot resist from buying.
Our entire line of Hosiery will be sold
at COc on the $1. '
Infants' Shrt Dresses, Cambric-Nnn-i-ook
stylishly made nnd trimmed
from 50c up.
The Ladies will Appreciate the fol
Arnscne, at 25c a doz, formcr.pnce, 50c.
Chenille, nt 25c n doz, former price, EOc.
OurS'ijSl and $3 Pompoms will be
sold during the next 30 days for $1 Eft
House, corner Fort and Hotel streees.
Convince You !
in Honolulu !
Burnt Out, bnt Not Dead !
Is now adjoining the rear of
AS complaints havo reached mo of
Into from somo of my customers
that they can pmchnso Hawaiian. made
Bonn cheaper than I have I een selling
it, I bog to state that 1 hao always
transacted my business in u fair and
straightforward way, charging the same
price lo all alike, and selling at a
moderate rute; and at tho same time I
would inform my customers" and tho
public thut from and after this date my
price will be $7 per 100 lbs.
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