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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Kjchango ou tho
Bank of Cnlironiln, SS. IT.
And their ngcntg in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONG.
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The Commercial Bank Co., ofSydncy,
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The Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, nnd Wellington,
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Transact a General Banking Business.
Pledged to neither Beet not Patty.
Bat established far the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1886.
IT IS NOT TRUE.
The following appeared in yester
day's Advertiser, in rcfcicncc to
those who arc not in " accord " with
the responsible controlling agents of
Hawaiian public affairs: "A party
which is notoriously committed to an
anti-national policy, and whose ad
vocacy of local expenditures is a
verj' thin disguise for designs that
look to the abolition or surrender of
Hawaiian independence, as a conse
quence of the withdrawal of the
Government from international
affairs and sinking into a status of
insular insignificance and uncon
cern." "Wo fail to see what advantage
the Ministerial organ or the Min
istry can gain by this deliberate
' deviation from truth. Surely neither
the organ nor the Ministers suppose
that the intelligent public can be
misled by such glaring misstate
ments. Candor and truth always
secure respect, even when disagree
able. If the foregoing statement
had been true we should have had
no objection to its being recorded.
But it is not tine, and this is the
ground of our objection to its utter
ance. We will say tiiere arc indi
viduals not "in accord " with the
Government who favor and advocate
" abolition or surrender of Hawaiian
independence." So are there indi
viduals of the Government parly
who think and speak in the same
way. But a few individuals do not
make the whole, or any consider
able portion, of either party. The
majority of those stigmatized b3 the
Ministerial organ as " notoriously
committed to an anti-national
policy," including the most wealthy,
the most influential, and the most
active, are most decidedly and un
compromisingly opposed to the
" surrender of Hawaiian independ
ence." Some of these men are Ha
waiian by birth. Uthers of them
have become thoroughly identified
with the country by long residence.
Moreover, many of them are closely
allied to the aboriginal race by mar
riage, and the blood of the ancient
Hawaiian Hows in their children's
veins. This applies to some of the
members who sit on Opposition
benches in the Legislative Hall, and
to others out of the house. These
are the men who arc accused of
" designs that look to the abolition
or surrender of Hawaiiau independ
ence;" and that, too, by an organ
which represents a Ministry three
fourths alien and one-half malihini
(strangers), this half with no inter
ests or sj'mpathics in the country
other than tfiosc of mere nomadic
adventurers. This insult of pre
suming impudence is met with con
temptuous scorn for their venomous
detractors by the honorable and
patriotic men so falsely libeled.
of the time, ready and willing and
positively anxious to inaugurate the
Deluge 1 How can they do other
wise than feel that their stock of
daily hope and sunshine is abun
dantly watered, to say tho least?
Contractors, for Instance, who have
large numbers of men nt woik, must
wish that a kind Providence had so
arranged the celestial wrter-woiks
that a large sh.tio of that pi colons
fluid which now falls heto, say niue
tcuths. had been bestowed 11,1011 less
favored places. It is a pc( feel em
barrassment of 1 iches.
There is one of the m cat enter
prises connected with the canal,
however, that heeds not sun nor
rain. It is beyond and above such
accidents and approaches in its
operations the independent action of
a natural agency. It is the admit a
tion nnd the wonder of all intelli
gent bcholdeis. A mighty auto
maton, lacking only tho breath and
blood of life to rank with fabled
monsters of Plutonian or Megalhe
Would you know what this wonder
ful object is? This cunning combina
tion of mechanism, upon h huge a
scale and so perfectly adjusted that
it seems a living thing?
1 will tell you.
It is the monster Slaven Dredge
of the American Contracting and
Dredging Company. Or, rather it
is soven of them I A small fleet? I
do not think it would be possible for
any writer to describe in words the
working of these great machines
and the strange impressions made
upon the mind while watching them
literally "eat up" and devour the
space of earth they are set to attack.
I have tried once or twice and have
given it up. I could stand for hours
spell-bound, watching the great
steel buckets, each of which holds a
cubic meter, revolve upon tho end
less chain from the depths below to
the seventy feet high tower, where
they empty themselves into an im
mense receiver, from which the soft
ened and astonished material, so
lately dreaming the dream of crea
tion in undisturbed repose, is shot
away through great pipes, hundreds
of feet, too, from the future canal.
Slowly and surely, like fate, or like
the "mills of the gods," in the
poem, the great wheels turning
over, driven by a powerful central
engino deep down below, while a
Lhalf dozen lesser engines, like arms
and legs and hands and feet, guide
all the operations of the ponderous
and wonderful invention. Day or
night, in sunshine or in rain, there
need be no rest. , Change the watch,
as on a ship at sea, and all through
the twenty-four hoius the tiieless
monster labors for M. de Lcsseps
am sine that ordinary readers
caie little or nothing for figures,
therefoie why should I trouble you
and them (begging your and the'i par
don) by stating 'ihe detiib of woik
performed by this company? Suffice
it to say that they will put out 1,000,
000 cubic luetics a month, until
their contract of C0,000,000 is finish
ed. What propoition ii already
done I cannot say; but I am atsuied
by the very able and enleipiU'iig
young gentleman who is at the heap
ot their aflairs, viz.: Commodore
II. B. Slaven, that they will be up
to time. Tho woik will 'o complet
ed as agreed.
And since I have inadvciteutly
mentioned the name ofmyfiiend,
the Commodore, I will ventuic to
tell you something about him, even
ing and Dredging Company has be
come the lending factor in the solu
tion of the great Panama Canal pro
blem. In petsonal appearance Commo
dore Slaven is tall, dnik and hand
some, with the air of a man who
knows exactly, what he wants and
how to get it. He is still unmatricd.
Genial with his friends, liberal and
considerate towatd his associates
nnd assistants, and just to all, he
pursues the even tenor of Ins wny
toward the near goal of his ambition.
From the brave baicfoot boy of
the Canadian farm to the million
aire contractor of the Panama Isth
nnith will be like the magic trans
formation of a dream. Colon (Pa
nama) Cor. Colonial Standard.
FROM POVERTY TO AFFLUENCE.
ItOJUNTIC STOR.Y OK A MII.UONAIItE
CON'TKACTOK ON Till: l'ANAMA
People arc trying hard to make
themselves believe that the times
are getting better, or at least that
'they will get better very shortly.
Since it is now certain, they soy,
that tho canal company will obtain
the proceeds of the six hundred mil
lion loan, so much talked of, as a
matter of course thei e will follow a
new boom in fact, a very boome
rang of a boom In business of all
sorts. Money is bound to be plen
tiful, and evetybody will therefore
prosper and be happj. We shall
Meanwhile there is no denying
that Colon, in fact the whole isth
mus, is suffering from a severe (It of
despondencj'. Perhaps it may bo
pnrtly ascribed to the weather ; for
notwithstanding old Dr. Johnson's
vigorous protest that no man of
sense should ever allow his spirits
to be affected by so trivial a matter
as rain or shine, heat or cold, good
weather or bad, yet it is my belief,
after considerable time for observa
tion, that most people are less
cheerful when u gloomy thunder
cloud is hanging around two-thirds
at the lisk of his displeasure; for he
is an instance of what a young man
of energy and intelligence may
accomplish in a few biief years.
Homy Bartholomew Slaven was
born in Canada West, now Ontario,
a little over thirty years ago. His
parents were farmeis in moderate
circumstances. Tho younge&t of
several brothers, all of whom had
attained prominence, he remained
at homo on the farm, "a baiefooted
boy," working hard, as all fnrmeis'
boys are used, until he approached
maturity. Then came the irresisti
ble impulse of adventure that bore
him away fiom the parental 1 oof and
the home acres to begin his struggle
wiui iui lujju. iiis in-Hi, bKirmisn in
the great battlo of life was in the
city of Philadelph'a, where lie soon
graduated as a skilled pharmacist,
at a veiy early nge. From there he
went to San Francisco, where, with
out friends or 11101103', lie opened,
under tho celebrated Baldwin Hotel,
the finest drug establishment on the
Pacific Coast. lie was a youthful
Aladdin, with lamp of cheerful
In a brief space his name and
fame were known, not only in the
city of San Francisco hut all over
the State of California. He invent
ed and patented medicines, and was
the soul of enterprise and quick per
ception. To the surprise of every
body this youth, who had not yet at
tained to manhood, had nlready
made tho beginning of a fortune.
Success had already ci owned his
efforts. But the process of accumu
lation seemed slow to this active
mind. There must bo new worlds
And 60, one lino day, the plans of
a new kind of dredgo were shown
him. I will not have timo or spaco
for the intervcningdetails ; the strug
gles, the delays, the severe trials
and tho final triumph. But the re
sult speaks for itself, Tho most
wonderful part of it nil is the con
stancy and untiring energy nnd faith
with which the Commodore has pur
sued his object. Associated with
his brother, M. A. Slaven, and back
ed by such worthy men and million
aires as Honorablo Eugene ICelJy of
New York, the American Contract-
THE IRISH POLICE.
Mien McXany, alias 'Whitney,
the highly successful confidence
operator, was captured in Oakland,
persons sent to Belfast, Ireland, for
police information about the prison
er. The required intelligence was
furnished so pi oinptly and fully as
to illicit some sin prise. Anyone
in the least conversant with" the sys
tem of police surveillance in Ireland
need not be told that such informa
tion as that furnished about Mc
Nurry is alwnj's to bo obtained fiom
police headquarters in Iicland about
any man who has attained in the
slightest degree during his residence
in the Green Isle what is known as
To give a slight idea of what the
Irish police force really is, let the
reader first imagine a wcll-diilled,
well-armed military force of 10,000
men, he can then form an idea of
the strength and clllciency of the
"peelers," as they arc sometimes
called in old Erin. The Irish con
stabulary were organized after the
yeoman.13' were done away with,
about the year 1S23. At that pci'od
there was little thought of the
poorl3' paid but large boily of sturdy
men with no discipline or esprit du
corps, wlio weie delegated to pre
serve the peace. Year by year they
grew better, however; their phy
sique and soldierlj' bearing rapidly
developed by daily morning and
afternoon drill in "heav3' marching
order" in the various barraek-3'ards
throughout the countiy. The Irish
police first attracted attention as a
powerful arm of the British Govern
ment during the Young Ireland
troubles about 18 18. Their behavior
during this petiod lcceived the ap
piobalion of the nilirg classes, and
they were brought into special
notoi iety when Queen Victoi ia re
viewed an immense body of them in
the famous Phoenix Park, at Dublin,
during her first visit to Ireland in
1S5JJ. For their service in behalf of
the crown in the suburbs of l)ublin
and at points throughout the pro
vinces, the police, 113 103'al nsscnt,
received the title of Royal Iiish
Constabulary in 1872. The latest
Dublin Castle leports place the total
uiimucr of police outside Dublin
(which has a police distineth" its
own and diffeiently uniformed) at
about 11,000 constables, or patrol
men, and :i00 officers.
The Chief or Superintendent of
this small army is designated and
known as the Inspector-General of
Constabulary. Andrew Eeed, the
present Inspector-General, is a man
of remarkable administrative ability.
Next in rank comes the Deput3'
Inspector-General. The Inspector
General and his deputy are assisted
03 four Inspectors-General, who
exercise from Dublin Castle com
plete authority and control over the
force throughout the countiy through
under olllccrs, known as County In
spectors and District Inspectors.
The Count3' Inspectors have
clmige and supervision of all the
police in their respective counties,
having from four to ten officers and
from 200 to 800 constables, or
patrolmen, according to the siie and
population ,of his county.
The Sub-Inspector, now known as
the District-Inspector, has 'a district
or certain baronies of the county
under him, for the peace of which
he is absolutely responsible to the
county inspector. -The districts
vary in size ; some are 10 to 30 and
n few are 10 Bciuare miles, and the
number of men in each from fifty to
200. Next in rank to the District
Inspector is the head constable;
these arc in charge of the barracks
or stations in the county towns or
seats. There are first 'and second
class head constables. Under these
are the sergeants and acting-ser-geauls
and then tho constables or
patrolmen. To piocure the appoint
ment of District Inspector, the head
constable or other candidat must first
get a nomination fiom tho Chief
Secretary for Ireland,to compete with
perhaps half a dozen others for a va
cancy. Tho examination, which is
somewhat similar to the army en
trance, is conducted by civil service
commissioners. Tlioso who come
out of this examination successfully
nro Bent to the department (Dublin
Castle) as cadets for instruction in
drill, musketry, horsemanship, fi
nance and various police duties and,
after six months' hard study they
arc ready to toko chnigo of districts.
They rank ver3' high socially among
the aristocratic classes in Ireland,
who are. perhaps, tho most exclu
sive in tho world. No person whose
family has been noted for national
tendencies or Parnellito applications
can ever expect to become a district
inspectior of Polico in Irelund, for
loyalty to tho crown of England is
the first mid all-important considera
tion. Even after the candidate has
passed his examination he is liable
to be rojected and refused a com
mission, if it should transpire that
ho is too patriotic or that nny of his
famil3f are suspected of too largo a
desire for tho independence of Ire
land. The District Inspector is al
lowed an ordetly, nnd enjoys a
pretty lazy and pleasant sort of life,
for a young man, hunting, fishing
and dancing a good deal with the
country gently, and occasionally un
dergoing the penalty of having to
assist in the eviction of sonic unfor
tunate tenant farmer in nrrcnrs for
Veiy few policemen rise from the
ranks to the position of District In
spector, that olllcc being regarded
as the special heritage of the sons
of impecunious Conservative, with
mote or less clnim to the distinction
of aristocratic ancestry.
The age for admission as officers
is from 10 to 2G. Their uniform
THE liogulnr Quarterly Meeting of
the Honolulu Athletic Association
will ho held FRIDAY, Aug 0th, 3 r.M.,
at tlio olllco ot u. nolle, Treasurer.
J. B. CASTLE, Secretary.
KEATj ESTATE for SALE.
I ) ARTIES desiring to purchate Iho
pioperty sltuato on ttio mnkat
corner ot Palace Walk nntl Punchbowl
street, in this city, can learn teimi and
pilco by applying to tho undersigned.
Thopiopcriy liai sovcinl buildings up
on same, all at present occupied by tuu.
nuts, and the annual rental Is $1,SG0.
Honolulu. August 4. 1S80. 07 1 w
rpilE undersigned icsji
consist of a tunic made from black
cloth with pouch belt, a patrol jack-,
ct, a shell jacket, helmet, and reg
The constables come fiom every
parish throughout the thirty-two
counties of Ireland. They arc chief-
13 farmers' sons and are well known
as the "bone and sinew" of their
countr3'. They must he recommend
ed by an "estate gentlcmaut" a sti
pendiary or other magistrate, or "a
respectable larmer," in the barony
or townland where they live, who
knows their character and parentage
as well. These recommendations
must be indorsed by the District In
spector. They must past a severe
medical examination, and to show
how particular the authorities aie to
secuie sound, healthy and well-formed
men, those trouble with infirmi
ties or abnormality aie rejected.
No constable can be assigned 10
ati3' brrneks in his native count',
and the' arc, usually, sent to a pio
vinec other than that in which their
parents reside. The constables spend
about six months at the receiving
depot drilling and doing miscel
laneous police duty, such as picket,
guard, patrolling, etc. Applicants
for admission to the Royal Irish
Constabulary must be over 1 1 years
and 0 months, and under 27 years
of age; o feet 8 inches in height,
which is the minimum standaul; the
average height is 5 feet 11 inches.
The relative ranks of the various
grades arc Inspector-General: De
puty Lieutenant-General ; Assistants
Major-General ; County Inspectors;
Colonels and District Inspectors;
Majors, Captains and Lieutenants,
according as the3' belong to first,
second or third class. The salary
of the Inspector-General of the
Irish police is 1,500 (7,500) per
annum, with sundry and many allow
ances. The D. I. G. and District
Inspectors receive all the wa' from
2o0 (81,250) to 1,200(80,000,
The constables receive salaries
ranging fiom 51 12s (8273) to
101 (8520) per annum, with allow
ances, for their services. Their
duties in large towns, such as Bel
fast, Limerick, Cork, Enniskillcn,
etc., are like those of any other
police force, patrolling, taking sta
tistics, watcliimr "crooks," etc.
The duties of the vast majority,
however, are patrolling and for pio
tection, and U1C3' go armed like
soldiers with rille and bayonet, ror
instance, a stewaid or caietaker is
put into the cabin of an evicted
tenant; he must have at least two
armed constables with him for pro
tection, the same if he is a bailiff,
agent, or obnoxious landloid.
It is on rccoid that if a process
server wants to seive a process or a
sheriff to seize goods upon a war
rant, or an agent or steward to col
lect rent, each must have a force of
armed constabulary, numbering
from 20 to 200 with him for piolec
tion. The tourist going ' through
Ireland can sometimes see huts built
of "bog sod," fir branches, peat,
etc., with small holes rc-cinbling
those in a man-of-war, on all sides.
These huts are located upon and ad
jacent to farms wheic evictions oc
curred, and where trouble was to
be expected. Two to five, and in
some places ten public men are
constantly held in readiness to sup
press any demonstration which might
occur. Tourists, and especially
those from "the States," are subject
to pretty close scrutiny by the vigi
lant peelers, and after leaving a
hamlet, and before reaching the
next, very likely the traveler's name
and history would be discussed in
tho military huts upon tho route
The members of tho Irish force
usually serve from twenty-fivo to
thlrty-fivo years, and from the con
stant drill they get, they are con
sidered b' military critics incom
parably superior in efficiency, us
well as in sobrioty, to any of the
soldier brigados, rangers or f usilcers
in Ireland. San Francisco Call.
HOUSE, BRAKE and HARNESS.
Apply to J. G.OLEVIOU,
07 at IhiUctln Olllco.
- UPRIGHT WESTERMAYER HER
1 LIN PIANO. Willing to let muiio
out, for a reasonable time. Apply to
07 lw E. V. JORDAN, Knit Bt.
A SAVINGS HANK PASS ROOK
with Mi)i'8, Bishop & Co., In tho
mime of FLORA LEVEY. The Under
will please lcavo tho sumo at tho Rank,
A SPECIAL MEETING of tho mem
bcrti of tho Honolulu Yacht and
Rout Club will ho held at the bout house
TO-MORROW (Friday) EVENING at
7:80 o'clock. Object-Election of Dele,
gates. J. II, FISHER,
07 St Secretary.
JL tho attention of tho Ladles of
Honolulu to tho now nnd superb Stock
of Goods which has just come to hand
fiom Euiope nnd tho United Statt9,
comprising the following articles:
A splendid lino of Liucn Lawn dress
patterns lu 12.ynrd length.". Thoso
goods will be found on Inspection to be
tho choicest in this market and at such
prices us will suit tho times.
White drem rubrics In Plaid and
striped Nnnsook, chucked Cambric-',
plain Nainsook white Plquo Victoria
A ehoico selection of Plnld Bunting
in evening Blindo;
Rhiuk nnd eoloicd French Cathmero
in nil the leading shades,
Velvets and velveteen of all tho
popular shades, Trimming Satin in all
Fionch diess Silks in black and
colois, also in evening shadow,
Real and imitation Laces in black,
white, cream aud eciu,
All over Etubiolderics in blue and
plain while, Tucking and Ruffling-.
Those goods having leen nought
fiom sample, nru tho most stylish in de
signs of anything in this city, and well
woith the inspection of the ladies,
Ladles' Lawn Handkci chiefs in all
the leading styles, nl-o the; latest and
newest designs in colois; Ritibons in all
the popular makes and shades.
A full line 01 Ladies' Hosleiv in Lisle
Thread, B.illuigan and fancy stripes,
Ostrich Tips and Fealheis In the lead,
ing shades, an immense stock of French
thllilieu's whi e Dresses, Ivicc Bon
nets, Luce Caps, Hoods, itc; complete
line o Ladies aud Children's Under
wear, Ladies and Children's Corsets
Wo keep constantly on hand a full as
soitmcut of Ladies', Mioses', nnd Oliil
dien's trimmed and untrimmed Hats,
A well-selected Slock of Ladies',
Misse', and Children's Boots, Shoes
Pacific Hardware Company, Limited,
IVovelties in DUsiiJip C3 oods,
A new Involco of Lnntcrns, Krrnciir Oil of the very
Best Quality, Stove, Range nnd Tinware.
Fire-Proof Shingle Paint,
Recommended by Firo Underwriters of fun Frnnclsco,
etc., etc. An nctunl Protection npalnat Fire.
Harden Hand Grenades,
A Smnll Lot, to Close Consignment.
Full Lines of Hardware, Agricultural Implements, etc.
97 Now Goods by every Steamer. ,
III Jl II
30 DAYS !
Ninth Great Inventory Sale at tlio Leading Millinery
House of Ohas. J. Fishol.
items of special interest to Buyers of Seasonable
Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery,
JLJootw nnd SIiocn, IlnlH and Oilm, e.
A Superb Stock of
Chinese Silks & Satins
in nU the leading shades.
AVhito Glass Cloth in three grades.
Pliin and Embroidered
Wc would roll your special attention
to the above lino of Goods, as we believn
they arc the rinhet and finest ever im.
ported to this nuitkct.
Wo have just received 30 days later than
contract calU for, a large invoice of
the very best make of Ladies' French
Kid Shoe3. Uy reason of their late
arrival we have notified the manufac
turer that wc shall sell them on his
account at just ONE-HALF of the In
This Sale will continue uutil the entire
Stock has been disposed of.
Our g11 Shoes will bo sold for only
Duriiic; the next 30 dajs we w ill sell our
$7 50 Favorite Jersey for only
Our $5 Jersey for only $3,
Our $3 75 Jersey for only $2.
50c. on the $1.
Our entire line of all wool Diess Goods
in plaids, stripes the newest patterns
will be sold at DOc on the $1.
A special 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.
Eiiilbi'oidei-ics and JLacci",
Over 200 new patterns have been add
ed to our all-ready immense stock.
Gentlemen, wo would lespectfullv call
vour attention to our Furnishing Goods
Department, as it is replete wi'h the
latest styles of Neckwear, Suspenders
and Hosiciy. Underwear in Silk, Lilse
llucnd mci mo and gauze. A splendid
and selected t-tock of working Shirts in
llannel nnd cotton.
We would paiticulnrly call your at
tenlion to rmr dress Shin, as Te believo
it is tho best and cheapesrfclurt in this
city foi the price. A full line of Per
caie fchiils, Boys' Shirts and Underwear.
Men's and HovV Straw and Felt lints in
Black and Drib Cloth for Men and
CSWc tender our sincere thanks to
the public of Honolulu for their liberal
patronage, and hope by strict attention
to business and honest dealing, to merit
a continuance of the same.
Coiner Foit and Hotel streets.
GEO. B. PEACOCK,
Munuger. 07 Fr 3m
Tcuclicr of Elocution,
WILL OIVK A.
Shakesperian & Miscellaneous
Fine Straws, Flowers,
AND A FULL LINE OP
TIIIMMICD AND UNTKIMMED
Our $8 ParaBOls for $4 15.
Our $0 Parasols for $3 35.
Our fi Parafols for 2 85.
Our 3 Parasols, for $2.
Wc have a few Children's Parasols
which wc will offer for 00 cents each.
CARTWIUGJIT & WAREN'S
for adies, Gents and Children at
B0c.rm the $i.
Our 05c Balbrigan Vest is cMru good
No buch opportunity to purchase these
world-ienownul goods at half pi ice
can posMlily occur aeain this season.
168 Gents' $12 Slits.
Coat, Vest and Pants for only $6 90.
The Gn atest Buisnlu eer offered in
123 Boys' Suits for $4-.37 1-2,
FORMER TRICE, 7 f0.
These are nil trimmed nicely and well
10 yards of Choice Plints for $1.
10 yards of U wide Cotton for 1,
14 yards of Unbleached Cotton for 1,
412 doz of Gents' line Neckwear, at DOc
on the $1,
118 doz of Gents' Summer Undershirts
at 25c each, worth COc.
Gent's White Shirts
Wc claim to have tho lareest and
most complete Stock in this city, the
very best make nnd the very lowest
Every Shht wnirnntcd LINEN
BOSOM, LINEN CUFFS and GOOD
Our $2 50 Shirt we will sell for 30
days only at r 45 each, whenever
bought by single one or 10 dozen at the
800 doz of Mackinaw Unto at flOc each,
Our 2 50 Hats we will sell at St 05,
1ST Come and look ntjhoc Hats and
you cannot resist trom buying.
Out enliio line of llotiery will be sold
at 50c on the $1.
Infantb' Short Dresses, Cambric-Nan-fook
stylishly made and trimmed
from COc up.
The Ladies will Appreciate tho fol
Arasene, at 25c a doz, former price, 50c.
Chenille, nt 25c a do, former price, COc.
Oui 85 St and 3 Pompoms will be
bold during the next 80 days for SI 60"
Remember, this Sale is only for 30 days !
Call Early and Secure your Bargains.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
3U4 1ml The Leading Millinery House, corner Fort imd Hotol streecs.
Y. M. O. .A.. Hall,
One Trial will Convince You I
Groat Reduction in the Price of Ice Cream !
May Me, Ai. stti
COMMENCING AT 8 O'CLOCK.
The Piogrammo will consist of scenes
fiom "MACBETH," "MUCH ADO
ABOUT NOTHING." "SOLILOQUIES
FHO.M HAMLET," "KING HENRY
Vlir." nnd "MERCHANT OF VEN.
ICE." Also, a bccuu from Sheildau's
"SCHOOL FOR BOANDAL," aud n
celebrated English epic poem.
MISS PRESOO'IT will also glvo
selections from POE, HOLMES and
WH1TTIER, to conclude with a read,
ing from the REVELATION OF BT.
JOHN THE DIVINE.
Doors open at 7:30 o'clock.
Admission at the Door, 50 Cents.
A Splendid Opportunity.
Any person desirous of pro
curing a pleasant homo can
do so bv applying to tho un.
derslgned. This house and lot Is shu
nted on Fort street, next to tho Gymna.
slum Building. Tho grounds nro plant
ed with many rare trees nnd plants.
C. K. MILLER'S
01 lm Business Agency.
Novelty in Honolulu !
From this day and hereafter F. HORN will bo preparcdjto furnish tho
First Steam-made Ice Cream,
which ho guarantees to bo FAR SUPERIOR to Cream mndc hy hand,
aud which he will sell at Iho following reduced pilei-h, impossible for
others to compete with of tho snmo quality:
- . - - $3.50 per Gallon.
3.00 " "
2.50 " "
10 or More at Special Bates.
Retailers and Restaurants supplied on private terms and full measure guaranteed.
1 to 2 Gallons,
3 to 5 "
6 to 10 "
Has mndo special arrangements with the Woodlnwn Dairy and vouches that all his
Creams will bo made from tho Cream of that celebrated nulrv, unlets ordered
otherwise. Ladles and Gentlemen wishing to enjoy a dish of delMous ORLAM,
sunh as only a practical and experienced Confectioner con muko can bo accommo
dated m a cozy, cool nnd comfortable room, at tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory & Bakery
No. 7 1 Hotel, botween Nuuanu and Fort Streets.
ear Parties wishing to supply thcmsolveswlth Ico Oretim Tickets can buy 5 for $1
85 Cash, at tho Store. ia
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