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30 DAYS !
I4 I F
Ninth Great Inventory Stilo at tlio landing' Millinery
House of Oluts. 1. FIhIiuI.
Items of spcclalutPiuH to Btiyets oC Reasonable
Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery,
XJooLw tint! teSlioeM, HatN mid Cupi, Mo.
"Wo have just icceivcd WO d lys later llinti
contract culls foi, u large invoice of
tlio very licit make of Lulled Fionch
Kid Shoos, By rcaon of their l.ilc
arrival we lmvo notillid the matitiftic
lurcr I hut wo shall mil Ilium on Ills
account at Just ONE.UALF of thu In
This Sale will conlinuo until the entire
Stock has been disponed of.
Our 87 SltoCH will be sold for only
During the next 30 dnj s vv e will sell our
$7 50 Favorite Jersey for only
Our $5 Jersey for only $3,
Our $3 75 Jersey for only $2.
50c. on theSL
Our entire line ol nil wool lire. Goods
in plaide, stripes the newest pattern
will be void ul COc on the $1.
A special fuituio in our Dies Goods
Department this week will he the
40 Ploccs of Silk Brocades at 50c. a Yard,
former price, $1.
This is the greatest bargain piesenlcd
by us this season in coloied Dress
fiUc on thi: $ I.
Emli"oUleiieH unci JLneew,
Over 200 new patterns luvvo bceniidd
ed to our all-ready immense stock.
Fine Straws, Flowers,
AD A FULL LINE 01'
Our $8 Parasols for $4 15.
Our iJG Puiasols tor $ I Hi.
Our $5 Parasols for 2 S3.
Our $3 Parasols for 2.
Ve have a few Children's Parasols
which we will oiler for 00 eont eich.
Remember, this Sale is only for 50 days !
Call Early and Secure your Bargains.
CI1AS. J. FISHEL,
394 lml Tllu Leading Millinery lldue, corner Fort and Hotel strepps
IMPORTERS AXE- DEALERS TN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAbT CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods .icceivcd bjjevery Poi ket fiom the Pattern Slates and Europe
Freeh Calitornia Produce hv eery St( inner. All ciders faiilifullj nileiiikd to.
and Goods delivered to miy'pnrt ol the city fice of rhmge. Hand oidcrs ioli
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Office Box 145. Teferhone No. !).'. HiSly
I HEREBY give notice that from
and after this dale, I w ill not
be responsible for any debts con
tracted without the wiitten order of
myself or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 188C. 28 3m
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received (X Ze-iiliintliii,
70J Qiiun & Port Strut Swires. if
Crystal Soda Wrote
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, Lemonade,' Snunparill i,
Fruit Bjrups and EsMiiras mid
made from tliu pure Apjilc, all of which
we guarantee to be the Unit.
SST We uln invito parties iuleiidliig
Htarting Hores foi tliji mlo of Ireel
drinks and wishing fminlaiu pupplies,
to call on us before going elsewhere.
Tie Crystal Sia Works,
P. O. Ho 897, Honolulu.
SO XA.lE"SS !
('Alt rWMGIIT A. WA HEN'S
for Iidles, Gents and Clilldicn al
f.0e on the $1.
Qui (!jo lliilbrlgnn Veil It i-Min good
No such o)porttinity to purchase thoc
worlihienovvncd goods at hilf price
rin possibly oi cur iilmiIii ibis season.
i' $12 Suits.
Coat, Vest and Pants ior only $6 90.
'I he On ntest liuigilln everollcred in
123 Boys' Suits for $4.37 1-2,
former price, $7 fin.
Thoe are till trhnniLd nhcly and well
Ill ymds of Choice I'i ints for $1.
lOymils of if wide Cotton for$l,
11 jmd- of Unhhiiched Cotlon for $1.
412 do, of Gents' fine Neckwear, nt fiOc
118 doz ol Gents' Summer Undershirts
at Siic each, woilh oOc.
Ve claim to have
ino-1 lomnlcte Slock
the l:ririst and
in this city, the
very best make npil tin
wan .uiteil I.lNhN
CUFfrb and GOOD
Oui $2 CO ohirt we will sell for SO
dnja only at 1 Jo e.ieli, whenever
bought by single one or 10 dozen tit the
300 do of Mackinaw lints at COc e.ii h,
Our 2 CO Huts we will s-ell at $1 Gi,
CST Come and look at these Hats and
you cannot ic"-i-t fiom buying.
Our entire line of Hosiery will be sold
at oOo on the $1.
Int.inls' Shoit Dies'c, O.unbric-N.in-
sook stylishly iniule and trimniul
The Ladies will Appreciate the fol
Aracnc, nt 'Joe .i Uo, loiniei price, fSOc.
Chenille, .it 25c a do, foimer piice, COc.
OurS", 1 mid So Pompom will be
sold (lining Hie net SO days for $1 50
WEMER & CO.
' Jlimiinietiirliijc JoivuIlui'M,
NO. OS HT-OilO" BTlt'-G-ET.
Constantly on hand a large assortment
of every desei Iption of Jew clry, Watches,
Gold and Silver Plated Ware. fcc.
FRIDAY. OCT. 1. 188G.
ART AND ARTISTS.
Horace Greeley's monument in
Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, is
n bronze bust resting on a marble
A portrait of Jlnzoppa lias been
discovered in a monastery at Kief,
and an etching of it lias been under
taken by the academician, M. Dmit
An exhibition of ecclesiastical art
objects will be held in Vienna next
year. The Minister of Worship has
taken this opportunity for sending
out n circular to exhort the higher
clcigy and the heads of conventual
hottfei'3 to patronize native industry
as much as possible in their pur
chase of ornaments for their chinches
and chapels. He maintains that the
productions of ecclesiastical ait in
Austiia arc equal to those of any
The unveiling of the statue of
Baion do Kalb will take place at
Annapolis, Mil., on the lflth of
August. Gcneial the Baron John
do Kalb was killed at the battle of
Camden, 1780, and in the following
October the Continental Congress
lesohed that a monument should be
elected to his niemoiy in the city of
Annapolis. It has taken 10G years
to curry out the will of that Con
gressional mandate, and Secretary
of State Bayard, in accepting the
statue on behalf of the Government,
was led to uuote effectively those
The Nation, niiauly wl-e, and slowly
To bulled meiit r. ar the tardy bus.
The unveiling of the statue at
Annapolis was made the occasion
.for an imposing military and civic
display. The statue leprescnts the
distinguished Gcinian soldier in the
uniform of the Continental Army,
leading the fatal chaige on the field
of Camden. It is by Ephraiin
Keyser, a native of Baltimore, who,
after graduating at the Maryland
Institute Ait School and Maryland
Academy of Art, continued his
studies at Munich and at Berlin,
taking medals of honor at both
places. Since 1878 he has leslded
at Rome, where the De Kalb statue
w as modeled and cast. It is nine
feet two inches in height, exclusive
of the raised arm, and was cast by
the wax procoss by G. B. Bastianelli
of Rome. The pedestal, also de
signed 1)3' Mr. Keyser, is of Mary
land gi.mite, and is tweve feet six
inches in height,
The older Munich school of paint
ing, which has now passed away in
the last of its professors, was noth
ing if not weighty. Nevertheless,
it had humorists, who suggest a
Teutonic chuckle, as eharacteiistio
as any smile or laugh among the
nations. And of these was Karl
Spilzweg, bom almost eighty years
ago, the son of a good merchant of
the Bavarian city. Spitzweg the
father had definite view s of his three
sons, one' of whom was, like him
self, to deal in colonial imports,
another to be a physician and
another a druggist. To the future
painter fell the lot last named, and
Kail worked resignedly at his stu
dies and at his calling until at the
age of twenty-five the companion
ship of painters revealed to him his
own tastes and Hie ti uc interest of
his life. It was late for a begin
ning, but the new aitist made up
for lost time. His (list picture, the
''Ppor Poet," dealt with the peren
nial but not congenial joke of the
irony of a starving poet's conditions.
Spitzweg emphasised the situation
as much as did Hogaith; but the
German poet is shown enjoying at
least one luxury solitude, The
picture was fairly well received, and
the painter's second production, a
landscape, found niariced favor and
a ready purchaser. His position in
the Munich group was quickly as
suicd, and more and more did he
maivc iiumorous genre his own por
tion of tlo art of thp ljttlc art city.
Perhaps every Capital has, nprp or
less, a dual character; but theio are
most emphatically two Munichs.
The natural, national and Teutonic
Munich, still the Munich of tlio
people, of the language and of his
toiy. The other Munich, eieated
by a dilettante King and a gieat
quantity of piofessors, is nco
classic Itajinn, aitilicial, imita
tive, and, sooth to say, ej;ttoiney
conceited. Art Journal.
SOME FAMOUS OLD MEN,
The longevity of famous states
men is remarkable. Imagine Lord
Palnierston acting vigorously as
Prime Minister of England when
over eighty, governing the vast
British Enjplio with steady liuml,
and making speeches three hois
long in the House of Commons, and
rising next day as fresh as a man of
forty 1 Think of the venorablo
Gui.ot, tlio Fienoh statesman, who
nt the ngc of eighty-seven, was still
writing histories, picsiding over ic
ligious conventions, and carrying on
lively discussions in the French
The late Lord Lyndhurst made
liblo speeches in the House of Lords
tvhon ho passcdhis ninetieth year:
and his long-time rival, Lord Biotig,
ham wrote his autobiography in
three goodly volumes, when he had
nearly reached ninety yeai s.
Tlio Marquis of Lansdow ne, who,
as Lord Henry Petty, was a leading
member of the ''All tlio Talents"
Cabinet, of which diaries James
Fox wns the chief, in J80G, was ttijl
an active member" of the llotlse of
Lords nearly sixty years later, in
18G3, and died in that year at tlio
age of eighty-three.
The Duke of Wellington took
part in public affairs until his death,
in 1852, in his cighty-thiid year.
In former generations eneigctic
statesmen of advanced ycais aie
found thickly scattered through the
pages of history. Thete was the
Maiqtiis of Winchester, who could
remember Edward IV, the Hist
York sovereign, in M83, and who,
when he died in 1S73, at the age of
nincly-scvcn, was holding olllce
under Queen Elizabeth.
Referring to the statesmen of our
own country, it is a familiar fact
that John Adams and Thomas
Jcffoison, the second and third Pres
idents, both died on the 4th of
July, 182G, just half a centtuy from
the day' on which both signed the
Declaration of Independence, Adams
being ninety-one and Jcffoison
eighty-three. l'lesident Andiew
Jackson lived to be eighty-two,
John Quinc' Adams to be eighty
one, Madison, eighty-five. aYouUi's
An enterprising clothier advertises
guaiantccing a wife to every man
w ho buys a suit of clothes. This is
no inducement at all. What would
strike this country better would be
a guarantee of a suit of clothes to
every man who has a w ife. Kansas
Minks Hello, Winks, where aie
you going.'' Winks Going to lowa.
"Visiting, oh?" "No, going to
settle there." "You don't say so!
Got into business V" "1 intend to
practice medicine." "Why, you
aie not a doctor." "No, but I have
learned the Latin term for Whisky."
Pat konizi: Hume Industiy by buy
ing eigais of J. W. llinglc, Cigai
MaiiufiiotUH'r, nt the Oiystnl Soda
Woiks, wheie he is pi opined to fill all
oidciM at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island outfits solicited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealeis is le'spcctfully invited to
the fact "no license is lequhed" to
s-ell these cigais. Do not loigettho
name J. W. Hingley, noi the place
Cijbtal Sod.v Works, Hotel stu-et.
Great Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Living Six Years Without
Going lo Bed.
Mn, JJditoii: While spending a few
days nt the pleasant seaside town of
Abcrystwiih, Cardiganshlie, Wales, 1
beam lelated what seemed lo me eitiiei
a fabulous story oi a marvellous cure.
The story was that a pooi sufiuitr who
hail not been able to lie down in bed toi
six long yenis, giveu up io die by nil the
Doctors, had been speedily cuied b
some Patent Medicine. It was iclntid
with the more implicit confidence from
the clicumstnnce, as was said, lluit the
Vicar of Llaurystvd was laniilim with
the facts, and could vouch for the truth
of the report.
Having a little curiosity to know how
such stories grow in travelling, 1 look
the liberty while at the village of Linn,
rystyd lo call upon the Vicar, tlio Rev.
T. Evans, and to enquiry about this
wonderful cute. Though a total stran
ger lo him, both he and his wite most
graciously eutcitainid luo in a half
horn's conversation, principally touching
the cnbe of Mr. Pugh, in which they
seemed to take ti deep und sympathetic
inteiest, having been familiar with his
sullerings. and now rejoiced in what
seemed to them a most remmkablc cure.
Tlio Vicar remarked that he presumed
his name had been connected with the
leport fiom his hnving mentioned the
case to Mi. JohnTlioinns, a chciuisl ot
Ll.inoii. He said Mi. Pugh was foiniei'.
ly a i evident of their pmisli, but wns now
living in the parish of Llanddeinol.
He strongly vouched Mr. Win. Pugh's
chmiicter as a lespeclable faimpr iui(l
worthy of credit. I left the vciicrablo
Vicar with a livelier tense of ti.e happy
relation of a pastor mid people, feeling
that he was one who tutly bympiihl&ccl
witli nil who are ulllicted minimi, body,
On my return to AberjHtvvith, I was
iinpiessed with a dcriicioscc Mi.l'utrh,
whose reputation stood so high. Ills
farm Is called Paucom-Miivvr, signifying
'above the dingle," situated near llio
summit of a smooth found pll, over
looking a beautiful valley hi which Is
situated the lovely ivyinaniled Church
of Llanddeinol. t lound Mi. Pugh,
apparently about -lOyciii.solil, of medium
height, lather blight, with a pleasant and
intelligent face. I told him I had heard
of his great affliction and ol hlsiemnrk
able und almost miraculous icllef, mid
that I had come to learn lrom his own
lips, what there was ot tiulh in the ic
ports. Mr. Pugh lemaiktil that his neigh
bois hud taken n kindly und symp
athetic iuleiest in ills cube lor mauy
yi'iua, but of late thelt Intiresl had been
gieaily awakened by u happy chtingu in
Tils condition. What you lepoit iu luiv.
Ing heard abroad, said he, is biibstmit.
hilly tine, with one excetitlou. I niuei
understood thai my case was ever given
up lib hopelcbS by any Physician. I
have been tieated by bcvi-uil Doctors
hereabouts, us good as any In Wales, but
unfortunately uo prescription of tl)cirs
oyer brought the desired relief.
Fifteen yeats ago, ho stiid, I Jlru be
eatno conscious of n sour and deranged
stoinnch mid losb of appetite, which tlio
Doctors told me was Dyspepsia. What
lood I could hold in my stomach scent
ed to do me no good and was often
thiown up with painful ictchlngH. This
was followed after a time with n hoarbe
ness and a raw boieness of the tluoat
which the Doctors called bionchitlb,
and I was treated for that, but with
llttlo success. Then came shoittioss of
breath and a sense of suUocallon, cspo.
ciully nights, with clammy sweat, mid I
would have to get out of bed and some,
times open a door or window in winter
weather to till my luugs with the cold
About six joins ago I became fo bad
that I could not sleep in bed, but had to
takomy unquiet reBt and dreamy sleep
bitting in an armchair. My allllctli.u
teemed 'to bo working downward into
iijr ouwets as wen as upwards into n.y
unga und throat. In tho violent cough.
ing spasms which grow more frequent,
my abdomen would cxnauil and collapse
nlitl nt times it w mild seem that 1 should
suiroeiitc. All this time I was reduced
in strength so that 1 could perform no
limit labor and my spirits wer- conso.
queiitly much dipiesscd.
Etrly In this lust spring I had a still
nioio sevtie spaniodlo nilnrk, and my
fanillj mid neighbors became nlatmed,
believing that teitulnly I 'would not sur
vive, when a nelglilioi, who had toinu
knowledge, or bad heaul of the inrdl
cine, sent to Aheiystwith by the drlvei
of the Omnibus Post, some seven miles
dlMiint, n nil fetehed a bottle of Mother
SeUcel's dilative S,rup.
'I Ills medicine fliey illiiluisteret to
me an oidliig to the direction1!, w hen lo
thelt HiiprKe . mil delight uo less than
my own, the spisui ceased. I became nt
ease, and my stomach wns calmed. My
bowels weie inocd as by a gentle
catlinitiu, iuid fell n cno of quiet
coinfoit nil tbiougli such us I had not
before lenliml lu many je.irs. I could
wnlk mound the house and brenthd
conifottnhly In n few lioiiis after I had
taken the medicine. I have continued
lo take the medicine dull) now for
something oei two months', mid I oiin
lie down and skip sweetly at nights
mid have not slnre bad a leeuricnco of
those terrible spnsuis and sueitiugs. I
have been so long broken down and re
duced in my whale system that 1 have
not tried to perfoun any very hard out
door labor, deeming it best to bo pru
dent lest by oer-eertion 1 may do my.
self liijuiy before my strength' Is -fully
lestorcd. I feel that my stomach and
bowels hao been and nrc being thor
oughly lonovnted and renewed by the
medicine. In fact 1 feci like a new
I have been much congratulated by
my neighbors, especially by the good
Vicai nf Elanrystjil, who with his hj m.
pathetic wife have come three mile's to
shed te irs of joy on my l ecovery.
I bade Mr. Pugh good-bye, happy that
even one nt least among thousands had
found a icmedy for nn aggravating dis
Relit ving ibis remmkablc case of
Dyspeptic Asthma' should be known to
the public, I beg to submit the above
facts as they me related to inn
208 It wl) F. T. W.
Will bo open everj alternoon and even
ing as follows:
aiomlny, TiifHitny, IVrrtiicmlay mid
To the public in general.
Tor ladies and gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen and children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
und bitturday Evenings.
WILLIAM WALL, Manager.
Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, Espla
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Frames, Blinds,
Sashes. Doois, and all kinds of Wood
work finish. Turning, Seioll and Band
Sawing. All kinds of Sawing and Plan
ing, Morticing and Tenanting.
Orders promptly attended to and work
guaranteed. Ordeis from the other Is
PLANING MILL. "
Alnkca, near 4uecn St. I
Contractor ami Itnihlcr.
S oie- and oillces titled up, Estimates
given on all kinds of brick nud wooden
buildings, Plans and Specifications fur
nished msr Office, lit) Beretunin St.;
milium Tcicpnone, um; i'ostomce
Khoads & Greene,
House Builders and Architects.
Plans, Speciilcnt ions and detailed Draw-ing.-
furnished foi all kinds ot wood or
buck buildings, and Ksilniatca given
for the same. All jobbing pioinpiTy at
tended to mid charges moderate. Any
of the above woik entrusted to our caie,
will receive our. peisonal attention.
Outers from tint other islands solicited.
Office ana Shop, 88 Queen St.
1 m.Kl'HONK !J4S.
Honolulu, May 7, 1880. 1123 ly
No. Oil Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
CanoB and Walking; Sticks,
Made of oven kind of
rackets, Cornices, Curtain Poles, &C
in in 1 1! ot tint latest designs.
Ofllce, corner Alukea und Queen streets,
MUTUaI TKI.Hl'nONJ!, :HG.
fll4 P.O. box 117, Om
N. F. BURGESS,
84 King street, : ; Honolulu.
Cut'iiuntiT unit Ilulliler. Jluifsruuo mid
Drnying and steamer Freight carefully
Cairiagu painting dona by a first-class
vvorKiuan at 78 King street.
Jobbing lu uhovo lines attended to with
piomntncss, and charges according to
the amount and quality of work,
Office Telephone, 202. Kcsidcuce. 153.
S& Full lines of Hardware, Agriculluial Implement, etc.
Now Goods ly
J list received, ex Lapwing,
Prepared by JohnnnMnria Farina,
GeoiM1 lii Jflliclis-Plalz Colopc, Germany.
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street. -
P.O. BOX 315.
JOS. E. WISE
General Business Agent
Campbell J31oclc,' -
Real Estito Agent,
Einploviuenl A cent,
Wildei's Steamship Aeent,
Great Burlington Railroad Agent Fire and Life Insurance Agent.
In Amrripa MU2 ly)
Blacksmith Work : -53 Carriage Building,
Painting and lV Trimming,
79 k 81 Kii Street,
JEiili-uiiceK ix-oiix Kiug tviid Mevclmnt Sf.
Kvcry descilption of work in the above
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
C3- Hell Telephone, 107. "Gia
(J J JBSaaBgKeMB&MNMfXte MM
.-. IN In Hill" ' " ' ' II T li SSSeS! 1W
sg? Ji JLjiJIBLlU WWi ? ' r i i ti 7ii 'tilt ' l '''itmJfv fr-a
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
C. t MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing A9ent-
42 MBrchant St., Honolulu.
My most fnithlui mten Ion will be
giveu for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for mcj residents of the
7fl "Hvernl TdliimN rt till groilH. fly
The White House,
No. X18 TVuxuinu Street,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family Hotel; Terms Reason,
able; First-class Accouimoaatrnns.
M. W. BANDERS, Proprietor.
;onlrnrtoi Carpenter & Ituililer,
Houses and Furniture Repaired,
llio Best of Woikmanship.
JLuIjoi-, 9H per Day.
WoikBhop, : ; 70 Maunakca Bt.
BROWN SB PHILLIPS,
Practical Plumbers, Gas Fitters
and Copper-smiths, No. 71 King street,
Honolulu. ESHouto mid Bhlp Job
Work promptly executed. 1D3
J A, MOKHNS3IE,
' PRACTICAL PLUMBER
and Gas Fitter.
All oiilois for House or Shin work
BSy" Shop next to Post Ofllce, Bethel
btieet. P. O. Box 100. Bell Tele.
phono 424. 154 ly
R. MORE & Co.,
Ship's Blacksmith fc Gonoral Machinist.
EST All work Promptly and neatly Per
f6rined. o05 am
Pacific Hardware Co., I'd,
HONOLULU, It, I.
INTcrveHie in JLiiimp Goods,
Anovv Invoice of Lanterns. Keioseim oil of tho vciy
Best Quality, Stoves, Ratines und Tiiivvnte.
xr'iijitwprs.ooir siii:nc;i,io iax3S,x
Recommended by Pnc Undcrwrlieis of Han Fimiclseo,
etc , etc. An nctlliil Prelection against Flic
Harden Hand Grenades,
. A Small Lot. to Close CoiihlL'uintnt.
Every Seiiinr. ftvj
a largo consignment of
iioiioiniii, ir. r.
Custom House Broker,
Mnnaccr HawtillanlOnein limine.
Old Hose Premises,
lines performed in a flist-class manner.
EST Hell Telephone, 107.
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alnkca Streets.
Open eveiy Day and Evening.
The Library consists nt the present
time of over l'lvo Thousand Volumes.
The Reading Room is supplied with
about llfty of tho leading newspapers
A Pailor is piovided for conversation,
Teims of inenibeishlp, llfty cents a
month, pnyablo quaiteily lu advance.
No foimality lequlied in joining except
signing tho toll.
Stiangeis fiom foreign countries ami
visltois fi otn tlio other islands aie wel
come to the looms nt all times as guests.
TliU Association having no tegular
means of suppoit except tho dues of
members, it is expected that tesidents
of Honolulu who deslie to avail them
selves of its pi iv lieges, and all who feet
mi Inteiest in maintaining mi institution
of this kind, will put down their mimes
and become tegular contilbntois.
S. H. DOJ.K.l'ieMilent,
M. M. BCO'IT, Vico-l'iesldent,
II. A. PARMELKE, Beeietaiy,
A. L.SMITH, Tieasuior,
O. T. RODGERS, M.D.,
Chalimau Hall and Liblaiy Committee.
and Lock Smllh,
Bethel St., next to Posl-Ofllce.
Sewing- Machines of all kinds repaired.
All kinds of Light Maoliinery repaired
on Short Notice.
N.B. Good WoikmuiiBhlp anil Chargea
Strictly Moderate. P. O. Box 100.
124 Bell Telephone 421. ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKS-
iStcaiu cnirincs, buear mills, boil
ers, cooiors; iron, orasn aim ieuu cast
ings; maclilnery of every description
made to order. Particular attentiou paid
to ship's black smithing. Job work exe
cuted at short notice. 1