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Ninth Groat Inventory Ssilo ill the Lewliug Millinery
House of Cbus. J. .Fishel.
itcniN of special intoiL'jt to
Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery
Hoots uml SIioch, XlatN iml Onim, etc.
Wo have lust leecived 110 days liilui tlimi
contract culls foi, n large invoiced
thu very bc3l make of Ltdies' Fieneh
Kid Shoes. By reason ol I heir lute
itrrlvul we have notllled the tnnnufnc
turer thnt wo shall tell them on his
account nt just OMMIAI.l of llie in
This Side will continue until the entire
Stock has been disponed of.
Our 7 Shoes will he sohl foi only
During the ne.M 110 ln - we will 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 nil wool Uiess Good
In plaids, stiipestho newest patterns
r- ill be sobl lit i0e on thu $1.
A special fenturu in om Driss Goods
Department this Meek will be the
40 Pieces ol Silk Brocades at 50c. a Yard,
former price. $1.
This is the greatest bargain presented
by us this season in coloied Dies
50c on the t.
13mlioicleiiN initl Jjtieos,
Over 200 new patterns hae bceuiuld.
ed to out all-ready immense stock.
Fine Straws, Flowers,
AhD A I VIA, LINE OP
lltlMMKD AD UK11U.MMKD
Our $8 Paiasols foi ?! 15.
Our 5-0 Parasols, for ? t Ilii.
Our $..r) Parnols for j2 So.
Our fcU Parasols for 2.
We have a few Children's Parasols
whicli we will oiler for 50 cents curb.
Remember, this Sale is oiiiy for
Call Early and Secure your Bargains.
CHAS. J. FISHE
The Leading Millineiy
riB ik- bvhhiyi a
c GMifliuTrwKE: Mn ssr
IMPORTERS AND DD.AJ.EUS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
DAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods .received bjievcry Packet tioni the rFnfeteni Stales and Kun-pe
Fresh California Produce by every Sienmei. All oulers faitlitully attended to.
and Goods dclivci ed to any part ot the city fi (4-of charge. Ibl.mil oideis foil-
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. J'ost OlUee Uoi M5. Tcleiihone No. !!.'. lCSly
I HEREBY give notice that lrom
and after this date, I will not
be responsible for any debts con
tracted without the wiitteu order of
myself or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 1880. -28 am
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zuulmidin,
70J Queen & Vovl Street Kioien. if
Crystal Soda' Worts
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Hodn, Lemonade,; fc'artnpaiilhi,
Fruit Syrups and Ki-f uiu es mid
wndo lrom the jHiru Apple, nil ol which
we guarantee to lie the best.
tST We also invite parties intending
fctnrling ktores for thu mlu of iied
drinks and wishing fountain dujijilii's,
to call on us before going1 ebewheie.
Tie Crystal Soia Worts,
P..O. Jlox 887, Honolulu.
Mutual -j".. '
so :o.A."$r i
CARTWRKU1T & AltEX'S
for ladles, Gents and Chlldicii nt
Our 0)0 Ualbrigan Vest Is exlia good
No such opportunity to purchase these
world.icnowned goods at half price
em posibly oecui again this benson.
168 GfilltS' $12 Salts.
Coat, Vest ami Pants for only $6 90.
'I ho (iuatest Buigalnmurolleiedlu
123 Boys' Suits for $4.37 1-2,
FORMER PRICE, ?!MI.
'l'he-e are all tiiinmul nil fly and veil
Ill j ants of Choice I'i nits foi .1.
10yaids of .i wide Cotton foi ?!,
1-1 uids of Unbleached Cotton for il.
Jia iliv of Gents' line Neckwear, at SOo
on the 1,
IIS, do, ol Gents' Summer Ui.dcrshlrts
nt 2fic eucli, 'orlb COc.
We claim to have the largest and
met (omplete Sunk in this city, the
veiy (best make mid the veiy lowest
Evoi liiit wan. intcd LINhN
BOSOJI, LINEN CUKKh ami GOOD
Out 2 .10 fhlit we will sell for !!0
days only at $1 J5 eneh, whenever
bought by single one or 10 do.cn at the
oOOdo'. of Mackinaw H.iH at !!0c each.
Our 2 .10 llats-ive will sell at yl I!.-),
27" Come and look at these lint- mid
you cannot lesist lioni buying.
Out entire line of llosieiy will bo sold
at flOo on the !jl.
Intanis' Short Di esses, C.imbiic-Nnn-
h'ook stjlishly made, mid tunimed
liom 50c up.
The Ladies will Appreciate the fol
Aiasuie, ata.le a do, foiniei pine, 50e.
Chenille, nt 25c a do, loriner piiee.f.Oc.
OmS'i, 1 and -If:! Pompoms will be
sold (lining the next 1!0 days for. 91 50
pei df yen.
House, corner Foi t mid Hotel sticccs.
a B&isaa & emb.wbj
WEMER & CO.
no. Ds li'oit'r H-XTtaaia-jf.
Coiistnntlyon hand a largo assortment
of every dcuci iptlouof Jew elry, Watches,
Gold and Silver Plated Ware, &e.
ii i'-iJuXi yiP'-- sffl. .
She gnUji ! UUHiu
WEDNESDAY. OCT. 0. 188G.
HINTS FOR THE HOUSEWIFE.
Fried Egg Plant. Slice cross
wise, half nn inch thick; lay in
iced salt and water for half an hour,
with a plate on top to keep the
slices under witter; wipe dtj', roll
well in salted flour and frj in hot
laid or diipping. Drain well from
the grease before dishing.
Sweet Potato Pics. When the
potatoes are dry and mealy, take a
ilttnit sifter they have been pared,
boiled and mushed ; a quart of milk,
four eggs, salt, nutmeg, cinnamon
and sugar to taste. Rake the same
as bquash pics. If the potatoes are
very moist use less milk.
licet Salad. Sliced cold, boiled
beets; cut into neat strips, lino a
salad-bowl witli white, -crisp lettuce,
heap tin' beets in the center, and
pour mayonnaise diessing over them
just before it goes to table, or you
can pass the. diessing witli the salad
in an ice-cold pitcher or a pretty
bowl with a ladle in it.
Plum Jam. Let your fiuitbc dry
and free from leaves and stalk.
Take equal quantities of plums and
sugar, put into a clean vessel and
boil one hour, stirring it thoroughly.
Damsons piepared the same way arc
very good. Care must be taken
when cold to cover all preserves
closely and stand in a cool, dry
Stuffed Peppers. Slit the pep
pers, take out the seeds, and stuff
with cabbage, shredded very fine,
and English mustard seed in equal
paits. Put a small white onion and
two cloves in each pepper. Tie
them firmly up and put into cold
vinegar. I'lic .cabbage should be
spiinklcd with salt and hung up in
a bag to drain the day before it is
used. The, Unlfrer.
Plain Lemon Pie. To the grated
rind and juice of two lemons add
two cups of cold water, the beaten
j elks of live eggs, two cups of
sugar, and put it over the fire.
Blend two latgc tablespoonfuls of
cornstarch in a very little water and
add, when boiling, stirring briskly
for a few moments until it becomes
thickened, Pour into a good under-
ciust. This amount makes two
medium-sized pies, and may be en
riched by adding a little butter.
Apples Fritters. One pint of
milk, tlnce eggs, a saltspoonful ol
salt and a pint of Hour sifted.
Beat the while and the , elks separa
tely ; add the yelks to the milk. Stir in
the w bites and then screen in the Hour.
Have a skillet two-thirds full of boil
ing lard, and on eacli spoonful of
batter lay a slice of some good cook
ing apple, cut very thin. Drain
your fritters on an inveited sieve be
fore sending them to table, lor to be
nice they should be entirely freed
from the grease in whicli they were
Pickled Peaches. Ten pounds of
fruit pared, four pounds sugar, one
quait vinegar, mace, cinnamon and
cloves to taste. Jay the peaches in
the sugar for an hour. Drain olf
every drop of sirup and put overtho
fire with about a cup of water. Boil
until the scum ceases to lise. Skim,
put in the fruit and boil live minutes.
Take out the peaches with a skim
mer and spread upon dishes to cool.
Add the vinegar and spices. Boil
fifteen minutes longer and pour over
the fruit in glass jais. Practical
Fillet of Beef with Olives. Take
a piece of tump steak, cut it in
slices three-eighths of an inch thick
and trim them into shape. Melt
plenty of butter in a baking tin, lay
the lillcts of beet in this, and lot
them stand in a warm place for an
hour or so ; then sprinkle them with
pepper and salt, and fry them in
some very hot butter, turning thpin
to let both sides take color. Stone
a quantity of olives and parboil
ilium. Fry some onions a brown
color in butter, add a little flour,
and when that'is colored, as much
stock as you want sauce ; pepper,
salt and spices to taste. Jet the
sauce boil, then strain it, add the
olives, and scryo wien quitp hot,
with the fillets in a circle around
them. S. F. Bulletin.
THE PHANTOM HORSE,
Everyone has heard of the phan
tom canoe which was seen on Lake
Tm aw ei a a few days before the
eruption. 1 do not know whether
this strange phenomenon came with
in tlic scope ot the investigations
instituted by the learned jirofessors
who were bent to the volcanic region,
and I am igiioumt as to whether
they demolished it by the light of
science, or trentcil it. wjth contempt
as tlie rum-inspjicd yjsjon pf a
superstitions and jipt particular'
sober race, But account for it us
one may there can bo no doubt
whatever that a strange canoe, furi
ously constructed, differing from
any canoe known to he on the lake,
wasseon gliding across its placid
bosom propelled by a ghostly crow
of talood warriois. The historical
Sophia, the female Washington of
Maoii veuicity, told mo she baw it,
;ind Jviiew that it was an omen of
coming trouble. On her return from
that trip, almost tjio ust she ever
made to her paluce of delight, tie
"White Toruicn, she was sad and
dejected. "Why bo down in the
mouth, Sophia?" asked McRne,
ho stood undor his voiandah ut
Wniroa. "Alas!" sho answered, in
a voice of sorrow, "J shall not make
many mote trips to the terraces."
"NoiiBciibe," said he. "Ah, you
uunriiii aawi mm war rm
may laugh," said Sophia, "but 1
feel that something is going to hap
pen L know not what; but this I
do know, I shnll not go much oftcner
to the terraces." And so it proved
to be. The eruption came, the ter
races went. Sophia's occupation like
Othello's was gone. The inteitfst of
this litte story lies in its ttutli, which
is stranger than fiction. But the
phantom ennoe has been matched by
the phantom hot so. No mortal cyo
hath looked upon this ghostly steed,
yet its footprints are plainly visible
on the surfaces of the mud which
cavers the buiied village of Ti
Ariki, and on the slippery slopes of
Tarawera, showing that it must have
crossed the chasm in the mountain,
finding a precarious looting on the
narrow ridge over which Professor
Thomas and Ltindius his guide
passed. Whence it came, wither it
lias gone no one can say. On our
way down Tarawera, and when near
the foot of the range, we noticed
its tracks with as liiuoh astonish
ment as Robinson Crusoe when lie
first discovered a stiangc footprint
in the sand. Poor brute I Starving
for want of food, shivering with
cold, and shaking with fear, its
sufferings must have been intense.
How it came to be in such a position
is a nuzzle. For miles and miles
there is not a green blade or bit of
food for living tiling. All is a steam
ing waste. The air is moist with the
gieat clouds of vapour given off by
the volcanoes, the giound is lout
and rent, blown out in all diiections,
and piled high with mud; and the
ncvei-censing loar of the escaping
steam, the low rumbling ol llie
pent-up ioices, deep down in the
eaith, stiiving, as it were, to huist
asunder their subterranean piison
for over and ever, day and night,
these sounds are heard. Anel it was
in such a scene stiange and leiti
fying that this poor lost animal
had been for days, it may lie,
wandering aimlessly about, shiver
ing, starving, stupefied, till death
had meieifully put an end lo its
sulfeiings. But, as in life, so in
death, no one has seen it. The
skeleton of the phantom hor.sc has
yet to be discovered. Auckland
The nobility is generally consider
ed a privileged class in Germany,
but the Municipal Council of Nuiem
berg recently proved that such is
not always the case. A man by the
name of Adam Von Fleckinger,
having applied for a license as an
innkeeper, was granted it only on
condition of his discarding the
"von" and becoming a plain Ilerr
Fleckinger as long as he sold beer.
This, the magistrates explained, was
in accot dance with an old statute oi
the city of Nuremberg.
A jury at Aix lccently convicted
a sailor of stealing 100 funics and
lie got seven years for it. A lew
hours later the same jury acquitted
an agent of a company who had
confessed a peculation of 180,000
fiancs, the only excuse being that
no proper supervision was had and
the temptation was too gieat.
According to rumor, the trousseau
of Miss Grant, prepared for her
marriage with Lord Cairns, is not
to be wasted. The English Kail
(says the JivUo) ha& been saciiliccd
for a Dutch millionaire, and the
Ameiican heiress will be consolcel
for becoming plain Mra. Vannoo by
the possession of unlimited guilders.
We should Blot Out Disease
in Its Early Stages,
The disease commences with a blight
dciaugement of the stomach, but, if
neglected, it in time involves thu whole
Irani e, embiacing the kidneys, liver,
punciens, and in fact the enuie gland,
ular system; and the alllicled drags "out
a misciublu o.i&icncc until death gives
lelief fioip bulleiiug. The disease is
often mistaken for othui complaints;
but if the leader will ask himself the
following miehtioiiH he will be able to
deteimine whether he himsell ! one ot
the nlllieted: Huvo I dlblress, pain, or
diltlculty in hi entiling ulliii eating? Is
there a dull, heavy feeling, attended by
diow'hinos? Have the eyes a yellow
tlnguV Does a thick, bdeky iniicou
gather about the gum and teeth in llie
mornings, accompanied byadisagiee.
able tabtuV Is the tongue co.iledy Is
tlieio pain in the bides and back? Is
tlierc a fullness about the light side ns
if the lver weie enhugiiigr 1-tthcio
veriigo or di.lnesK w'hon lining mhI.
ileal from nn hoi i.ontul poMllony Aio
the secretions lrom the kidnojs highly
colomed, with a deposit alter standing?
Does food Icrmeut boon alier caiing,
accompanied by llatuleneu oi belching
of gas fi om thu .stomach? Is then: lie.
qucm palpitation oftheheait; These
vuiious symptoms may noi be pterin at
one lime, but they torment iho Hiilleier
in tin li as I he dieadful dUeiibU pio.
giebses. If thu case bo one ot long
standing, thuiu will be a iliy, hacking
cough, attended alter a time by cxpec.
touition. In very advanced stage the
skin assumes a diity hiowujbh appeal.
auce, and thu bunds and feel are covered
by a cold btloky peispiiation. As the
liver mid Mduuyb become pioiu and
more diseased, thuumnlic imius imucai.
anil the Usual treatment pioes eutliely
unavailing against iho hitler agonising
dUoidei, Thu nilgin ot this innhidy Is
indigestion or dyM')4a, ami a biinili
(juuiillty of thu jnoper uieilliilnu will
leinove tliodibciibult taken in Its. ilicip
ieucy, It Is most jinpoumit that thu
disease should be promptly and projieily
tieatud in its limt btages, wlieu a lltllo
medicine will ull'cct u cine, and ecu
when it has obtained a btioug hold the
correct iciiiedy should he pereuvcied in
until oveiy ve-btigo of tlio dibeaso i
eradicated, until the uppetitu hasietiiiii
f,d, ami the digestive organs K'btoied to
n healthy ppnditiim. Thu biiiebt and
moat ujlectunl rcnii.dy lpr tltls dlstrets
Mug complaint is "tielgpl's Cuiatlvo
Hjnip," a vegetable preparation Bold Ly
nil chemists and mdieluo veudois
thcoifghout thu vorhl, and by the im,.
prletois, A. J, White, Limited, Luiulun,
K. O. This Syivp btilUcs at the eiy
fotiiidiition of the dibcuse, and dihes it,
! . k
loot and branch, out of UioeytUom. A9k
your rhcnil&t for Solgers dilative
"Kist-sticct Jllllf, Camliridge.bcath,
'London, L O., duly Sitli. 188;!
"Mr, Jt ulvcs 1110 great pleasure to bo
able to add my testimony lit favour of
your vnluaulo Syrup as a curative agent.
I hud suU'cied for somo length of llnic
from a severe form of lndluctloii, and
the long thiln ol distressing t lnptoins
tolloulng that dlscifc. 1 had tried all
piv-Siblo moans to get icllef, by seeking
thu best medical nilvieo. t had swallow,
cd suHiciunt of their fctuil to lloat u ninn.
01 war, so to tpcak. but nil to no avail.
A lilend of mine, coming on the scene
In the niUbt of my sullciltiKS, biought
wllli him a bottle of jourSelKcl Syrup;
he nitvi-eil me to try It, tlalfng ho felt
eonlltlent It would I enellt me. Being
weaiy of liyng n) many drills, 1 eon.
demtied It belote tl ltd, thinking It could
not possibly Jo me any ifOod, but ulti
mately deteiinlncd to lake .the Syrup.
After doing mi tor a short time it work,
ed s'ich 11 ohnngo in inethiit I continued
Inking it lor nearly two months;, mid I
then "felt thoioughly Hired, for 1 have
discontinued its ue for live weeks, and
teel In the best ot health, and can par
take miv kind ot food with ease and
eoiulott." 1 am theictoie thankful to
j 011 lh.it, thioiigh the inhttuiiientnlity of
yom valuable medicine, lam restored to
llie suue or iieiiiui 1 now enjoy. luura
tiuly, W. S. Fonsr1.1t.
"To Mr. A. .1. White"
Those who me in the "Asthma
Furnace" should lo-o no time in obtain.
luir relief bv the itfee of "The Hosituj
weed Tar Jlixtuie:" but do not us-es the
metlleine unless jou will follow all the
diiections "to the letlei.''
Poor Asthma Millcicr, who are
sttangers to "tiled Natuie's sweet
icsloier, bahnv s-leep," should nvike use
of "The Roslnwced Tar Mixture." Quiet
lefieshliig shop will lollow Us ue
'Wnteiloo Hous-e, London Stile, (Mils
"r'ebiuaiv 17th. 182.
"Messrs. Wnllc and Co., London.
'Gentlemen, It is with gieat pleas
uru, that 1 add my testimony to the
woiideiful effects of'.Selgol's jiup. For
yeius 1 nail been suifet lug fioin billons
attacks, which began wilh giddiness;
then a mist would eoiue bcfoie iny ejes,
so tb.it 1 should not be able to lecognise
any one or .inj thing at the distance of a
ynid 01 two fi'oni my face. This would
"bo followed hj excesslc tienibliug ol
my knees, mi" Ui.it 1 could not Muml
without Mippml; after which a suveie
head iche would oerm, lasting otteu two
or thice dags. I h.ne tiicd v.uions
lemetliesfor these disties-hig sjmptoins.
but until 1 tiled selgel's. :-yiup I had no
relief s,j11L ,iun 1 huve had c.celleut
health in eveiv lesnuet, and if ever I
feel a headache coming on 1 take one
dose of the Syiup. which miests it.
Hoping that this testimonial may be the
11101 ns of inducing otheis (who Miffr as
1 used) to t y theSyiup, as I feel smc
they will lceeixe speedy bcncllt and
ultimately be cuied. I beg toiemain,
"A. II. IIoino,."
ireitrers Operating Pills movent ill
effeeis f 10111 e.xenss in eating or ill ink
ing. A good dose at bed-time lendeis
a pel 'on lit for buslndss In the morning.
If j on have Asthma use 'The Rosinw ceil
No. (0 Nimunii fctied.
N0..11S TVxnuimi Wtreul,
Ho'iolulu, II. I.
Private Family Hotel; Terms Reason,
able; FirM-class Accommodations.
W. SAN'DCHS, Proprietor,
Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, Espla
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Frames, Blinds,
Sashes. Doois, and all kinds pi Wood
woik nnish. Turning, Sciollaud Bund
Sawing. All kinds of Sawing and Pliu
ing, Morticing and Tenanting.
Orders promptly atlunded to and work
guaranteed. Orders from the other Is
Alaliea, near jiiei'ii !St.
Contractor mill Utiiihler.
S'oros and olllees lilted up, Estimates
given on all kinds of hi ick it ml woo.teu
buildings, Plans and SpicitlciitioiiR fur
nished or Olllee, 111) lleietauia St.;
Mutual Telephone, a,VJ; PosiolIIce Box,
mo. jasa ly
E,hoads fk, Greene,
House Builders and Architects.
Plans, Specilleaiioiiband detailed Diaw.
lugs furnished tin all kinds ot wood or
hi ick buildings, and Estimates given
fm thu faille. All jobbing piniuplly at
lunded to and eluugus moderate Any
ol thu nbovu woik cutiiihtvd to our care,
will leeeivu om perbonal atteiitinn.
Ciders from thu other IblandB soliuileil.
Office ana Shop, 88 Queen St.
Honolulu, tyny 7, 1880. f 2!t y
Oillcc, coiner Alukcn and Queen streets,
jiuTUrtr, ! i;i,i.1'iioni:, !!";.
r.'-IJ P, 0, Ho.vm. fim
N. F. BUEGESS,
81 King btreet, : : Honolulu.
Carpenter unit Ititltiter. llaenyo unit
Di.iying and btenmer Freight carofully
Coirlago painting done by a flrst-class
workman at 7H King sticut,
Jobbing in above lines attended to with
pron ptness, and charges according to
the amount and quality of woik.
Oillcu Telephone, 202. Residence, 1G2,
rP M Bin HiH K BM fk JMk
PI 1 Eo nio
- MtfXsitMM ' ' MJ5OTkj'rt -i"
Painting ami WVcgy Trimming, .
79 & 81 Hi Simt
Dvery dcseiiptlun of work In the nbovo lines performed lit u fltM.rlass manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
ST Hell Telephone, 107. -fcSa GU7 1) EST IU'11 '1 elcphone, 107 'tBa
.M 1 IW Bll - WW TMMTl III I -l I 1111 II Til I IIIH HTIXVtm IMrTTOHMM
.lust lecelvcd, ex Lnpvving,
Prepared by JohaniMniia Faiiua,
Gepilier Ann Jallcls-Platz Cipe
Sollister & Co.,
P.O. BOX 315.
General Business Agdnt.
Real Estate Agent,
Wilders Steamship Agent,
ureal uuruiiKion jsaiiromi jvireui
JOHN ITT, 1. 8 Kaatoi6i Street.
G-ranite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBIN'G, TIN, GOFPEB. AND
903 SHEET IRON WORK.
Will bo open evciy nltcinoun and even.
ing ns follows:
aiontlay, Tui'Hitny, IVeilneNJuy unit
To the public in gcucr.il.
For ladies and gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen and" children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Friday and Saturday Evenings.
WILLIAM WALL, Manager.
J. r.OATJi'. &Co.
Dealers In all kinds of
Tho Latest Foreign X'apers always on
bund at the Gazette Block. Meichant
EST The English Admiralty Chiuts
ulwuys on hipui. 1 by
BROWty & PHILLIPS,
Practical I'lumburs, Gas Pltturs
and Copper.snililiH, No, 71 King stieot,
Jlonoiulii. jtSTHoiibu and Ship Job
Woik promptly executed, 102
J A, MCKENZIE,
and Gas Fillor.
All oidois for House
or Ship work
EST Shop next lo Post Olllee, Bethel
Stieot. P, O, Box 100. Bell Tele,
phono 424. 104 )y
R. MORE & Co.,
Ship's Blacksmith & General Machinist.
W All woik Promptly ami neatly Per.
iQtmeil 205 'M
:. fcv -
ij? Cnrrinpo Building,
Uriel iSIoreltuut fe4s.
Pacific Hardware Co., L'd,
HONOLULU, 11. 1.
TVovelties in Xm ! oods,
A new Invoice of Lanterns, Kerosene Oil of the eiy
Best Quill I IV, Htlive", Ranges and Tlnwaie.
ITIJRlCPrtOOlT SHINGLE jPATN'r,
Recommended by Flic Underwilters of San Francisco,
etc, etc. A'ii actual Protection ittjnlnst Fire.
Harden Hand Grenades,
A Small Lot, to Close Consignment.
Full lines of Haidware, Agriculiuial Implement-!, eto.
GootlH ly ItJvox-y fctoiiiior. 1)7
a huge consignment of
109 Fort Street
Honolulu," XiT I.
Custom Housu Biokcr,
.aeoncy iiroacr, ;
Manager llaviaiiaiiqpfia. House,
iro unu ijiiuaiiburanco Atrint.
No. 0i! Hotel street,
Oppositu International Hotel,
. Canes and "V7alking Sticks,
Madu of oveiy kind of
rackets, Cornice";, Curtain Poles, &c.'
madu ot tho latebt designs.
rrj HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
afiStcam engines, sugar mills, boil
ers, coolcrb; iron, nrabs ami lead cast
ings; machinery of oveiy dcscriptiou
made to order. Paitlcuhir attention paid
to ship's black smithing. Job work exe.
cuted nt short notice. 1
Reading Room Association,
Cor. Hotel & Alakeit Wiecl,
Open evciy Day and Evening,
The Llbi.'iiy eoiibists at tho piesent
time of over Five Thousand Volumes,
Tio Reading Room is supplied wth
about llfly of tho leading nowHiapeyt,
A Parlor U piovided for convcrs.ttloti
Trims of ineinboifhlp, llfly ceiils a
mouth, pajablu (i,aiteilv In advaueu.
Xo fotmallly lequlicd In joining except
signing the 10II.
Stiaiigeih fiomfoiolgu eountilesand
vhltoin liom the other Islands mo wel
come to the 100111s at all times us guests.
This Association having no legular
means of biippoit cxceiit tho dues of
nicinbuis, It is cxpct'tc'd that lebldeuts
of Honolulu who dcho to avail them
bches of its ptlv lieges, and nil who feel
1111 Intel est lu maintaining an Institution
of this kind, will put down their names
mid become legulur eontilbutois.
S. B. DOLE, Piesldenr.
M. M. SCO'PT, 'Vlcu-Presldunt,
II, A. PAILMELEE, Secietiiiy,
O. T. RODOERS, M.D.,
Olitilrmun Hall and Libiaiy Ccuumltti'i',
r l JSH -f 1
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