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Ninth Grout Inventory Sulo tit tho Lending Millinery
House of CluiH. J. llshcl.
Items of special tntcicst to lJiiyer-f of Seasonable
Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery,
1.5 o old ttiul SIioom, IIiUn :ml Cnps.('l'.
Wo have JiWt received 30 iluys later limn
contrnci cull for, u huge Invoice of
the very best make of Ladies' Fionch
Kid Shoes. l$y reason of their late
arrival we linvo notified tlio manufnc
turer that we shall sell them on his
account at just ON'E-HALF of the In.
This Sale will continue? until the entile
Stock ha, been disponed of.
Our 97 Shoes will he sold for only
During tho next 30 days we will sell our
$7 50 Favorito 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 J)i,.is Goods
In plaids, stripes. thu newest patterns
will he sold atuOo on thu $1.
A special f dilute In our Dresj Goods
Department this week will he the
40 Pieces of Silk Brocades at 50c. a Yard,
former price, $1.
This is the.greatest bargain presented
by us this season in coloied Dre.-s
50c on thu 1.
JSiubroidci'icH mid Ljicch,
Over 200 new patterns have been add
ed to our all-ready immem-e stock.
Fine Straws, Flowers,
AND A V U1.I. LINE OP
TltlMMKl) AND UXTKIMMKD
Our 8 Parasols for $ 1 15.
Our 0 Parasols for H :ij.
Our $5 Parasols for ."i2 Sj.
Our $3 Parasols lor $2.
We have a few Children's Parasols
which we will offer for 00 cents each.
Remember, this Sale is only for 30 days !
Call Early ami Secure your Bargains.
CI1AS. J. FISHEL,
The Leading Millinery
WicJNTYftE &. BR..
IMPOUTERS AN1 PEALKliS TN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods Received bjfovcry Packet fiom the FaFtern Slates and Europe
Fresh California Produce by every Steanler. All ctders faithfully atlendid to.
and Goods delivered to any part ot the city flee of chaigo. Island oiders oli
cited. Satisfaction gunranteid". Post OfllcoRox 140. Telephone No. !I2. IGSly
I HEREBY give notice that from'
and after this date, I will not
be responsible for any debts con
tracted without the writtcu order of
myself or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 1880. i'8 Uin
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zcnhiwlln,
70J, Queen & I-V-it Street Suites, if
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade, Pnn-npaillhi,
" Fruit bynips and Ecm-wco and
made from the pine Apple, all of which
we tfuurautec to bo iio bet.
- Ve also invite
ittarting' stores for
the biile of Iced
drinks nud wishing fountalu supplies,
,w ..mi mi un uuiuiu gunig cisewnere.
Tie Crystal Sofla Worts.
P. O. Box HI)7, Ilonnlulu.
O BAYS !
CAUTWIMGIIT it WAISKX'S
for Ladies, Gents and Child ten at
- CQuoii thu.1? I.
Our C.rie, Unlbtigan Vest Is e.Mra good
No such oppoitunliy to ptltchnsc Ihe'e
world. lenowned goods at half price
:an possibly occur iiimlii this season.
1b8 Gils' $T2 Snits.
Coat, Vest anil Pants for only $6 90.
The Greatest lj.ugnin ever offered in
123 Boys' Suits for $4-.37 1-2,
FOKMHIt PJUCH, $7 fiO.
These uie all tiinimed nicely and well
ift'yaids of Choice Pi inls for 1.
It) yauK of ( wide Cotton for 1,
I-t'iudsof Unbleached Cotton foi $1.
412 do of Gents' line Neckwear, at .10c
on the 81,
118 do, of Giuls' Summer Untlcishirts
nt 2fic each, woith Mo.
Gent's W Elite Shirts
We claim to h.ie the lamest and
moat complete Sleek in tills city, the
very best make and tin- vuiy lowest
,Eeiv Shirt v.an.mted LINEN
BOSOM, LINEN CUFFb and GOOD
Our i?2 00 Sbitt we will sell for ;!0
dlijs only at $1 45 each, whenever
bought by single one or 10 dozen at the
"00 do, of Mackinaw lints at !K)c each,
Our y2 00 Hats we will sell at 91 0.1.
12?- Come and look at these Hats and
you cannot resist from buying.
Our entire Hue of Hosiery will be sold
at 00c on the 1.
Infants' Short Dresses, O.iinbric-Nan-ook
stylishly made and tiimincd
fiom 00u up.
The Ladies will Appreciate the fol
Arasene, at 20c a (to, founcr price, 00c.
Chenille, at 20c n do,!, former price, 00c.
Our SO, $1 and JJlt Pompoms will be
told duiingthc next 'M days for .1 00
House, eorner Toil and Hotel sticces.
no. 03 xoirx1 Ba,it:i2.i3U
Constantly on hand a large assortment
of every descilption of Jewelry, Watches,
Gold and Silver Plated Ware, &a,
SHm giulu g rtUim,
FRIDAY. SEPT. 24. 1886.
VERY WICKED BLONDES.
"Do you mean to say that com
plexion affect character?"
"Yes, its more thnn skin deep.
It permeates the entire system, and
the mind and soul arc as false as
tho physical appearance. But why
do I object to bleached hair and
calsomined faces? Hccmiao the wo
men that do it, put on the nir of
wickedness they don't possess. O, I
know that pocti sinj; the praises of
fairhaircd heroines, and angels are
always dressed that way. They all
write that way, but history is a bet
ter guide thnn poetry."
"Give me nn instance."
"Slary Stuait; she came to Scot
land, only nineteen years old, with
but two purposes in her heart. She
was young, beautiful, with blue eyes
and hair like shimmering sunbeams,
and a voice so low, melodious, and
full of charm that it rivaled the
sirens who lured Ulysses to an at
tempted fate. Do you suppose a
brunette would have lived her life?
Could the impulses that usually lead
on a young and guileless girl have
led to the schemes and plots which
finally resulted in Mary Stuart's
death? Her attempt was to de
throne Elizabeth and overthrow the
Reformation. But Mary acted from
impulses, you say. What were
they? When she yielded to Both-
well, it was witli an idea to political
advantage. She could combine the
baser with the loftier passions, and
merge them both into one more
ignoble than all.
"Elizabeth was a blonde too.
Take Lady Macbeth. True, she
was only a vision of Shakespeare,
but Shakespeare was a reader of
types of humanity such as we have
never known, lie says that Cali
ban's mother, Sycorax, was a 'blue
cyecl. hag,' and look at Macbeth's
story. She drives Malcolm to call
her Micnd-likc,' and the only holy
passion that she has, her love for
her husband, and her desire to bet
ter his fortunes, she follows out
with a cool calculating persistence,
which, being totally divorced from
all sense of honor and uprightness,
leads her only to final woe and
drives him to the commission of his
"Thackeray pictures Rebecca
Sharp a blonde, and surely you
would never look for her character
istic among olive cheeks, black,
ringlets, and eyes where the iris
melts in the shadow of darkly
shadowing fringes. Charlotte Cor
day's eyes were 'blue when she re
llccted, almost black when called
iuto play,' and her hair 'seemed
gold-colored at the points of the
tresses, like the ear of corn deeper
and more lustrous than the wheat
stalk in the sunlight.' Helen Jegado,
who murdered twenty-five persons
in her life time, was a blonde of
purest type, and there was a per
sistency about her cruelty, a calcu
lating, far-seeing subtlety that has
no equal outside of Milton's concep
tion of the devil. Xihon de l'Enclos
and Mine, de Chcvrcuse, who out
witted two Cardinals, were blondes
also, while Catherine de Mcdicis
was azure eyed, with sparkling hair
and face like pearl and silver. Thcj'
were smooth-tongued and beautiful
to look upon, these women, but
their plots undermined courts and
camps and pulled down to destruc
tion many brave hearts."
"But the lack of the qualities that
made these women infamous would
also make them weak."
"Of course, but why should wo
men bo strong? Let the man bo
strong. Adam fell because of his
weakness, and not because Eve
tempted him. He showed that weak
ness afterwards when he tried to lay
the blame on her. Eve was weak,
of course. She was a brunette and
a. woman. But the old Oriental ler
gend of Lilith shows the difference
in the types. Lilith, the first wife
of Adam, according to this legend,
was a cold, passionless, splendid
woman, with wondrous golden hair.
She was created Adam's equal in
every respect; therefore, properly
enough ictuscd to obey him. For
this she was driven from the Gar
den of Eden, and Eve was made to
order out of one of Adwn's ribs.
Then the golden haired Ljlith
jealous, enraged, pining for her lost
homo in Paradise took tho form of
a serpent, crept into tho garden and
templet Adam and Eve to their de
struction. And fiom that day to
this Lilith, tho cold, passionless
beauty with golden hair, has roamed
up and down the earth, snaring thu
sons of Adam and destroying them.
You may always know her dead
victims, for when ever a man has
been destroyed by the hands of Li
lith you will always find a single
golden hair wrapped around his
lifeless heart. I must go now ; my
wife is waiting for'niu over there."
"What! That blonde?"
"Why, of courbo. Some of our
ideas arc only formed late in the
life, and then coino mostly from ex
perience." Chicago News .Inter
view with a Local Philosopher.
VALUABLE FOR TEA-DRINKERS.
H is well known timt tho green
tea affects tho norves much more
than black tea, which is believed to
ariso from tho different inodo of pre
paiation. For making green tea
the leaves are put over the fire and
partially dried directly they are
picked, but with black tea tho leaves
jtro put into n basket nml exposed
to the influenco of the ntrnosphoro
for twenty or thirty hours, during
which time a slight fermentation
takos place, and tho color of .tho
leaf changes from n green to a
brown, or chocolate hue (this is
easily seen by tho infusion of tho
dried lenf of hlnelt nml otopii itwi!
l. r. Inn nfim. !.,f, ,.!.. .-in ,.i i...
,ll-., t, ,....,i. ,1
different colors named): thev are i
wn. ti,ui ttiiti iiituaiuu mil BllU) niu
named) ; thev
then put over the fire and finished.
In England about 215,000,000
pounds are delivered yearly, of
which about 40,000,000 are export
ed but the proportions ate about
207,000,000 of bltvek and 7,000,000
of green, Oolong and Japan. While
in America the black tea imported is
about f,2fi0,000, the green tea (in
cluding Oolong and uncolored Japan
tea, which possesses nearly the
saniu properties as green), amount
to 08,000,000. Would not this ex
cessive use of green account for the
opinion of the American 'doctors as
to tho effect of tea on tho nervous
system? I doubt very much if a
pound of black tea, boiled down in
the same way as the Young Hyson
mentioned, would poison cither'
rabbits or cats with the same dose.
There is no doubt the fermentation
of the leaves of black tea reduces
the amount of the active principle
"theine" that you find in green.
Another thing ; in prepnring tea
for the table, boiling water is put on
the leaf and an infusion made which
is at once partaken of. But who
would ever think of boiling tea to
drink? By so doing you extract
from the stalk and woody fiber of
the leaf an acid decoction that no
onu would find pleasure in taking,
and from which woody part would
be most likely extracted the poison
ous qualities mentioned.. In tea
drinking, European countries, as
Germany, Russia, etc., scarcely
any green is used, and doubtless
the great increase in the consump
tion in this country arises from the
almost universal use of black tea,
green being only used in mixing
with it to impart the llavor, and
while of late yeais the consumption
of black tea has largely increased,
that of green has remained station
ary, which clearly shows that the
taste in this country is entirely
different from that of America.
May we long continue in this coun
try to enjoy "the cup that cheers
but not inebriates." Corr. Pull
The close season for salmon com
mences on the 1st of September.
The $5,000 given by the late
Senator Sharon to the Orphans'
Home has been converted into the
first Industrial School of Nevada,
which has been completed at Reno.
Inquiry was made at the State
Department to ascertain whether the
department had considered the
matter. Assistant Secretary Porter
said that the subject had not yet
been brought to the official attention
of the State Department. It was
wholly under the control of the
Treasury Department, where it will
be likely to remain unless the owners
of the Canadian vessels should com
plain to their Government, and
Canada should in turn report to the
British Government, and the sub
ject, in this manner, be called to
the attention of the State Depart
'TVHE undersigned respectfully calls
X the attention of the Ladles of
Honolulu1 to the new and superb btoek
of Goods which lias just come lo hand
from Europe and the United Slates,
comprising the following articles:
A splendid line of Linen Lawn tlress
patterns in 12-yard lengths. Those
goods will be found on inspection to be
Hie choicest in this mil kel und at such
piices as will buit the times.
White dress fabrics in Plaid and
striped Nansook, checked Ciunuiic,
Elain Nainsook white Pique Victoria
A choice selectioa of Piaid Hunting
in evening shades;
Black and colored French Cashmere
in till the leading bluule.-,
Velvets and Velveteens ol all the
popular shades, Trimming Satin in all
Piench diojs Silks in blaik and
colors, also in evening shades,
Real ajpl imitation Laces in black,
white, creimi and ecru,
All over Embroideries in blue and
plain while, Tucking and Ruining.
Those goods having I ecu bought
from sample, are the most sijllsh in de
signs of iinylhiiig in this oily, and well
u 01 ill thu inspection ol thu ladies,
Ladies' Lawn Handkerchiefs in all
the leading styles, al-o the latest and
newest dLSigiib in colors; liihboiih in nil
the popular makes and shades.
A full line 01 Ladies' Hosiery in Lisle
Thiead, Ualbrigan and fancy stripes,
Ostrich Tips and Feathers In tho lead,
ing shades, nti immense block of French
Children's white Dresses, Lneo Hon
nets, Lace Caps, Hoods, v.o; complefe
line of Ladiis. and Children's Undei
wear, Ladies and Chlldion's Coimiih
We keep constantly on hand a full as
boilmcnt of Lnlie.i', Misses', and Chil
dren's trimmed anil nun burned Hats,
A well.seleclid Stock of Ladles',
Misses', and Children's Hoots, bhoes
A Superb Stock of
Chinese Silks & Satins
In all tho leading shades,
"Whito Grass Cloth in tlirfo grades,
P)aln and Embroidered
We would call your special attention
to the above Hue of Goods, as we believe
flucst ever lm.
G o 1 1 1 1 o 1 1 1 (j ti . w e would rcsincd f nil v e ll I
... . . .. ,- I ... .
vuui mieiiiiuii 10 our JMirmsn ng uooi s
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, w""v"i "" ' v m"-": " ."
alist Hl.vlos Of Neckwear. Stwiicnderd
and Hosiery. Underwear in SHU, Lilse
tin end merino and auze. A splendid
and "-elected "took ol woikiuir, Shirts in
llanuei and cotton.
Yv'i have just received dheot from the
miinutautoiy, New York, 11 full and
complete assmtmcut of Genls' Whim
Shins. Call and see them, as we claim
them to b3 the best and cheapest Shlils
ever olleied In llila markei. for the price.
A full line of Percale Shirts, Hoys'
Shirts and Underwear. Men's and Roy's
Straw and Felt HntH In Ulaek and Hrnb
Cloth for Men and Hoys' wear.
Ladles are lespcefully requested to
call and see the finest anil largest assort
ment of Silk Pongees, Glass Cloth anil
Silk Hnndkeichiefs ever Imported nt
one time to this maikel.
tS We tender mil slnceie Ihanks to
the public ol Honolulu for theli liberal
patronage, and hope by strict attention
to business and honest dealing, to merit
a eiiiillnuance of tho same.
Comer Fort and Hotil streets.
GEO. 11. PEACOCK,
Manager. 07 Fr 0m
Will be open eveiy alteinoon and even.
inn as follows:
Monday, Tuomluy, WeilnoHctuy and
To the public in general.
fltX 1XVY .I3rJ0NJIS'GH,
For lmlicb and gentlemen.
For ladic-, gentlemen and ehildnn.
Le.ssons in Fancy Skating.
Fliday and Saturday Eenings.
WI1.I 1AM WALL, Mauiger.
Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, Espla
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
Biackets, Window Frames, Blinds,
Sashes. Doors, and all kinds of Wood
work lluish. Turning, Scroll and Band
Sawing. All kinds 01 Sawing and Plan
ing, Morticing and Tenanting.
Orders promptly attunded to and work
guaranteed. Orders from the other Is
"E. 33. THOMAS,
Ollice, corner Alakea and Queen streets,
mutuai. 'ii:lci'honi:, :b5.
314 P. O. Box 117. firn
N. P. BURGESS,
84 King street, : : Honolulu.
Carpenter and Builder. ltiiKuagu mid
Draying and steamer Fi eight carefully
Cairiage painting done by a first-class
workman al 78 King street.
Jobbing in above lines attended to with
promptness, and charges according to
the amount and quality o'f work.
Office Telephone, 202. Residence. 152.
PLANING MILL. -P
Alukcn, near (itcuii St. I
Contractor nml Itnildcr.
S'ores and ofllces fitted up, Estimates
given on all kinds cjf brick and wooden
buildings, Plans and Specifications fur
uished. EST Ollleo, 110 Heretnniu St.;
Mutual Telephone, Wi Postolllco Box,
100. 322 ly
Rhoads & Greene,
House Builders and Architects.
Plans, Specifications and detailed Draw.
xr ftiruishul for nil kinds 01 wood or
brick buildings, and Jailmates given
for thu same. All jobbing inoniptly at
tended to and t'hiugoi moderate, Any
of tho above woik ( iitiiifclcd to our cine,
will receive our peisonal attention.
Oideis linm the other iblands solicited.
Office ana Shop, 88 Queen St.
Honolulu, May 7, 188U.
0t i not; malt ex
No. Oil Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and Walking Sticks,
Made of eveiy kind of
rackets, Cornices, Curtain Poles, &c.'
made ot the bit est denigns.
STEAM CAM FACTORY
1 IIOHN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
71 Hotel St. -ltr Telephone 74
thoy are the richest and
ported to this tnaikct.
Just lecelvcd, ex Lapwing,
Prepared .by .Tohann Maria Farina,
Gepnnler din MMitt Cologne, Germany.
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street.
P.O. BOX 315.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent,
Real Estate Agent,
ei's Steamship Acent.
Ureat Burlington' Bailioad Agent
in itiui'i ii;u
Blacksmith Work :
79 k 81 King Stmt
EiitiriviieeH li-om Kinp; uiitl Merelisuut Sis.
Every description of work in the above
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
IST fell Telephone, 1G7. -TjJli
JOI I0TT, 1
fijfrW V t.i'g.-kiiW aj.uigTKiia5figwSgysyJj,rrj iH
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
SHEET IRON WORK.
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Aflcnt.
42 Umlaut St, Hoilnln.
My most faithlul aiten'ion will be
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for Hie residents of the
7(1 1 ivirn1 IrIihiiIk of ibi group, fly
The White House,
IVo. US Nmiiuiu estroof,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family lloiel; Term'? Reason
able; Elr.st-elass Accommodations.
MHW. J. VIETJHA, Proprietress.
Contractor, Carpenter A. Itnllder,
Hoiibcs and Furniture Itepaired,
tne JScbt ol worKinnnslilp.
Work Shop, : : 70 Mauuakcu St.
BnOWN & PHILLIPS,
Practical Plumheie, Gat) Fitters
and Copper-smiths, No. 71 King htreet,
Honolulu, tar House and Ship Job
Wurk promptly executed. 102
J A. MCKENZIE,
and Gas Fitter.
All ordeis for House or Ship work
Z5T Shop next to Post Ollice, Uethcl
Street. P. O. Uox 100. Hell Tele.
phone 434. Uii ly
R. MORE & Co.,
Ship's Blacksmith & Genoral Machinist.
tST All work Promptly and neatly Per.
formed. 205 3m.
Pacific Hardware Oo., I'd,
HONOLULU, II. I.
ISTo vel ties in Iaiup Goods,
A new Invoice of Lanterns, Kerosene 'Ml of the very
Best Quality, Stove, Knnir.-s nud Tinwaie.
FIlt&PlOOF SI-IINGLliI PAINT,
Heeomniendcd by Fire Underwrites of ban Francisco,
etc , etc. An actual Protection against Fire.
Harden Hand Ctrenades,
A Smnll Lot, to Close Conslgnmenl.
Full lines of Hardware, Agrlcultuial Implements, etc.
a large consignment of
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom House Erokcr,
Mannirer HawnlhinrOnnin. Ttnnsn
Fire and Life Insurance Agent-
Oil Rose Premises,
lines pcrfoimed in a llrst-class. manner.
EST Hell Telephone, 107. -a
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alnltea Street.
Open every Day and Evening.
The Llbraty consists nt tho present
time of over Five Thousand Volumes.
The Heading Jloom Is supplied with
about llfty of the leading newspapers
A Parlor is piovlded for conversation
Terms of membership, llfty cents n
month, payable ijiiiirleily In advance.
Xo formality leipilreil In joining except
signing the loll.1
Stranger.-, from foreign eoiuifiles anil
visitor from the other Ilands are wel
come to tho rooms at all times a guests.
This Afcsociatlon having no regular
means of buppoit except the dues of
members, It is expected that residents
of Honolulu who desho lo avail them
helvea of 1th pilvlleges, and all who feel
nu InteieH in maintaining an Institution
of this kind, will put dow'ii.their names
and become tegular contributors.
S. 11. DOLE. President,
M. 31. SCOTT, Vlcc-1're.sldont,
II. A. PAHMEKEK, Seeietary,
A. E. SMITH, TreiiMiier,
O. T. UOHGEHS, M.O.,
Chairman Hall and Library Committee.
and Lock Smith,
Uethcl St., next to Fost-Olllco.
Sewing Machines of all kinds repaired.
All kinils of light Machinery ropairod
on Short Notice.
N.H. Good 'Woikiiianship and Charges
Strictly Moderate V. O. Uox 100.
124 Sell Telephone 42 1. ly
Honolulu iron "Works,
Steam engines, sugar mills, boll-
coolers; Iron, brass and lead cast
ings; machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention paid
to ship's black smithing. Job work exe
cuted at short notice. 1