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lias eonstiotly on hand Fino Mand-nudn Io Croim manuficiurod from PURE
IAIItV CUKV.1I nl o 1cm and Sicrb'M Wo luep constantly on hind n
fine msortmont of P.inry Wo uiiikj fresh every day, tho lollowiii'':
Ladies' Fingori, Harangue Craami, Maccaroons, Sponjo Cakes, Pound Cakos, Jolly Rolls,
Fruit Cakos, Citron Cakos, and a largo varloty cl other Small Cnkos.
WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY.
Special orden for nny kind of Cakes promptly Ailed Frch Cut dlc9 by
IIoll Tclciihano !. ' ' 3U.it unl To c1ioin ...'..
Open I'l'om H it.
Chas. J FMieL
111 Uttl ilGyllbyuila
TO ML&JBCE ROOM
For a LarB & TaneA Assortment- of Goods
CZITj Suitable, for tlie Celebration of November KJtli,
to ari'ive,-vith CIuis. .T. Jfisliul.
The Leading Millinciy
JUST EECEIVED, .
A Large and Elegant btocl. of Misses and OliildicnV Spring lleil Shoes of all
sues. Also, a Splendid block of
Gents' and Boys' Boots and Shoes.
P K mlS m i03 Forfc stroot til II '
kiMHSlL IMP LS IS I J 1
-t-St; - IT W-7.HTTJTBW 'i 4J- , 4V- v- -wrr-"---Jg g- rs"-f f--
King Struct, between Fort and Alnkcu Streets,
HAS UKCErVE), iTAX AUSTHALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Halibut, limns, Jlacon, Dlock Codfish, K'ts and tins Sal.
mon Iieliics, kegs Uutter, Gala Che ese, hogs Pickles, kegs PigPoik, Tablo Jlal.
sins, Figs, Almonds, "Walnuts, Spiced Jiiei, JJoncd Chicken, Lunch Tongues, Chip,
ped Ucef, cases Oysters, SnidincH, Sea 1'oam Crackerb, Flour, Hum, Wheat, O.ub,
White Oastllo Soap, Granulated Sugar, Culm Sugai, Powdeicd Sugar, Gormen,
.Breakfast Germ, Choice Teas, French Pens, elc. AUo,
" Good Night " and Palaco Brands Kerosene Oil.
All nt LoweslJ inaiket latcs and satisfaction" Guoianfecd. C35" 1. 0. Jios 27.1:
842 u Telephone 110. '
Just received, ex Lapwing, a huge consignment of
Prepared by Jolinnn JlaiiaFaiina,
Hollister & Co.,
in. toll l. in.
House, corner l'ort and Hotel strcees.
103 Fort Sweet,
109 Fort Street. -
A Woman's Suilcrings and
A. Voice from VtiHti'Iii.
Noar lliu vlllago of Zuiiiigdorf, in
Lower Austria, lives Marin llnus an'ln.
telllgcnl and ludu-trlous wonwu, whoso
utoty of phjslcnl sutloilng nnd llmil re
lief, ns lelakd by hcrclf, Is of lutclest
to English women. i was employed,"
she saj?, "in the work of a. lnrjje ftrin
lioii'u. Over-work brought on lck
hendneho. followed by a deathly faint
ing and siokno-s of the Moiunch, until I
wn unable to ictiiiii cither food or
drink I wan e nipelli'd to take to my
bed lor several vvu-K--. Getting a llltli:
better from rest and quiet, I sought t -do
boino work, but Mas soon taken with
n pain in my side, which In a Utile
while seemed to spread uvci tuy whole
body, and throbbed in my every limb.
This was followed by a rough and
shoitncss of Jirrath, until finally 1 could
not new, and I look to my bed forlho
second, nnd, as 1 thought, for the last
time. Jly fiiunds told no that my time
had neatly come, and that I could not
live longer than when the tires put on
their green nee more". Then I happen
ed to get oni! of the Seigol pamphlet".
I lead It, and my dear mother bought
mo a bottle of fcclgel's Syi up, which
took exactly accotdlng to directions,
and I had not taken the whole ol it be.
foiu I fell a great ohange for the better.
!My last illness bfj-nii Juno . 1SS2, nnd
continued to Auuust llth, when 1 began
lo take the S, nip. Veiy soon 1 could
do a little light woik. The cough left
me, and 1 was no more troubled in
b cubing. Now 1 am perfectly cured.
And oil, how happy 1 am! I cannot ex
press gratitudo enough for Soigcl's
Syrup. Xow I must nil you that the
doclois in our dibtnet distributed hand
bills ciutioning people against the
medicine, telling them it would do them
no good, and many were thereby influ
enced to deslioy IhuSeigel pamphlets;
but now. wheievey one is lo bo found, It
is kentlikeaicllc. The fow mcirvLd
are borrowed to read, and I have lent
mine- for six miles mound our district.
People have come eighteen miles lo get
mc to buy the liicdlcine for them, kuow
ing that it cured me, and to be sure to
get the right kind. I know a woman
who was looking llko death, and who
told them there was no help for her,
that she had consulted soveial doctors,
but none could help her. I told hei of
Seigel's Syrup, and wrote the name
down for lici tlint sho might make no
mistake. She look my advice and the
Syrup, and now sho is in perfect health,
and the people around us are am.i?ed.
The medicine has made such process
in our ndghboihood thai peoplo s.iy
they don't want the doctoi any more,
but they lake the Syi up. Sullerers from
gout who were confined to their bed nnd
could hardly move a linger, have been
cuied by it. There is a girl in our dis
liict who caught a cold by going
through some water, and was in bed five
years with costivencss and rheumatic
piins, and had lo huo an attendant lo
w.ilch byhet. Theie was not a doctor
in the sunounding diMiIcts lo whom
her molhei had not applied to lelieve
her child, but eveiy one ciossed them
selves and said they could not help her.
Whenuvei the little bell i.ing which is
mug in our place when somebody is
dead, we thought surely it was for her,
but Seigel's Syi up and Pills saved her
life, and now he is as healthy as any.
body, goes to chinch, and can woik
eeu iu the fields, T, 013 body wasns.
lonisbed when ihey siw her out, Know
ing how many jeais she had been 111
bed. To day she adds her gratitude to
niino foi God's mcicies and Seigcl'b
Syrup. Iaiua Haas "
The people of England tpc.ik ronfhm.
ing the abo e.
Vltei Several V"iit'h.
"Stoke Ferry, Januaiy Dili. 18S4.
"Gentlemen,- 1 have used Siegel's
Syrup for seveinl yeais, and have found
it a most cllicacious remedy for Liver
complaints and general debility, nnd I
alwajs keep some by me, and cannot
speak too highly in its praise 1 re
main, yours truly, Harnclt King."
jVftor S-ilx:tec;ii Yeai'c.
"05, Ne.vgnte Street, Worksop, Notts,
".December 2Glh, lfcSJ.
"Gentlemen, It is with the gi citest
ol pleasure I uccnid my lestiinony as to
the elllency ot Jlothei Seigel's hyrnp.
Jly wife, who has sull'eicd fiom ticulu
i spejisin for over sixteen yenra, is now
perfectly better through the sole help
of join' Syrup. I hae sent pounds in
medicines fiom (Joetois in tact, 1 be
gan lo think she was incurable, until
your inanellons medicine was Hied.
I remain, yours, thankfully,
.VJ'lev Many Years,
"Whittle-lo-Woods, near Choiley,
"December 20, 188.1.
"Deal Sir, Mothei Seigel's medicine
hellb exceeding well with us, all that try
it speak highly in its lavor. We had u
case of a young Indy that had been tiou.
bled many years with pains after eating.
Shu tells us that tho p'lins were entirely
taken away after a few doses of your
medicine Yours truly, E. Pi;i:i,."
Tlio ISll'ecjtH liiive neon
"jllford llond Disptnsniy, Dukinflold,
May U, J8S4.
" Dear Sir, I am happy to inform
you that tho bale of yourbyrup and Pills
increases iieie continually. Several of
my customeis speak of having derived
more benefit fiom tho usu of these than
fiftm any other medicine.' In borne in
stances the eflbcts luive been wonderful,
Youis very icbperlfnlly,
It wly Pno. Edwin Eastwood, .T.H."
Office 42 Merchant St., Honolulu.
Collector & Real Estate Agent.
JUIIh mill IlcntH CollfrHMl,
iteal J'.Nlufii ISouclit ;iiid Hold,
All matters entrusted to mo will leeeive
piompl nltenlion, and leturiis
.T. I-X. S03P3E3R,,
(Successor to J, M. Oat, Jr. & Co,)
Dealers In all kinds of
Tho Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand at Uio Gazette Vlock, Mci chant
tSTTho English Admiralty Charts
al v, ayS on hand. 1 by
Bit gni.tjj iil.ljJin,
MONDAY, NOV. I. 1880.
A vcty. slinplo elixir of life hits
boon proposed by n learned professor
of Ghent, lie nsserts thai If tliu
world would only take the piop.or
nuiotint of suit, centcimrmtis would
become nlmost as coinmou ns new
born babes. According to his
theory, salt is the great regularizing
agent, and lie estimates Hint Hits
quantity of salt which every adult
in ordinary health should consutnu
daily is two-thhds of an ounce.
Mnko your patient vomit by giv
ing a tumbler of warm water with a
tcnspoonfnl of umstaid in it, and
send for the doctor. If the poison
is acid, give mngnesia nnd water, or
chalk and water, or soap and water
and plenty of warm water besides.
If it is an alkali, like potash, give
vinegar and water, lemon juice or
boniu other &afc acid. Always re
member the emetic first. If lauda
num, strong coffcu is a good thing
to give until the doctor comes. Keep
the patient-awake. Lancet.
At a recent meeting of the Indus
trial Society of Mtthlhauseii, Alsace,
the President reported on the recent
ly invented pcifornled window-panes,
which arc said to bo admirably
adupted to hospital purposes, inas
much as they admit fresh air while
preventing a draught. Iiach square
meter of glass contains r,000 holes,
which are of a conic hhnpe, widen
ing toward the inside. Many hospi
tals have already adopted these
window-panes, which are the inven
tion of an engineer of the name of
A foreign journal informs us that
no less than live explosions of hollow
cast-iron pistons have occurred in
French workshops in the last twenty
years in reheating pistons generally
for the purpose of removing the piston-rod.
Investigation into the
interior of a piston in use for eleven
years showed the existence of a
btown substance containing tatty
matter, oxide of iron and carbon.
It is thought that a certain quantity
of water had been forced in the
cavity in service through the
impeifections in the plugs with
which the original core support cavi
ties were filled. This water, in form
ing oxide of iron, set fiec its hydio
gen, which filled the piston cavity.
The recombination of this hydiogcn
with the oxygen at a low red heat
would produce tho explosion, and it
is recommended that all such pistons
be lapped bofote reheating. S. F.
SHARK-CATCHING BY THE ARABS.
The way tho Arabs catch sharks
is very curious and inteicsting, and
is somewhat similar to playing a
heavy salmon, only no tod is used.
A hook of .soft iron wire is made
very sharp and baited with a lump
of garbage of some kind, usually a
piece pi shark too rancid even for
a slave," and the line, which is small
and very slackly spun, is wound
lound for some little distance from
the hook with thin sheet lead, both
to protect it from tho teetli or the
Osh and to act as a sinker, and the
other is made fast to a huge cala
bash which acts as a iloat. When a
sjiark takes the bait he tows the
calabash about, but cannot sink it
for any length of time, and the
Oshermen set oif after him in their
canoe, and when they get hold' of
the line they play their captive until
ho is actually' drowned, The slinik
that was now on tho hook was piov
ing a tartar, ami before the two
boats came near the canoe which
was playing him was capsized and
the half dozen men who iorined her
crew thrown into the water. "Give
way, my lads J', said the Lieuten
ant; and both boats dashed away,
the crews straining every nerve to
save tho swimnios from their
dangerous position, tho water liter
ally swarming with shaiks and in a
few minutes the men were picked,
up and their canoe righted. Tho
Englishmen, like all their nation,
fond of sport, next went after the
float, which could be seen being
towed hither and thithnr as the
bhark tried to free itself from the
incumbrance, but the Abrabb, when
they saw their intention, bhouted
and gesticulated to prevent them
from doing so, and a second canoe
put oif from the shore to assist in
playing the shaik. "With some littlo
trouble the line was again secured,
and ilftcr about two hours' hsud
woik, during which Johnny Shark
several times neaily mastered his
I captors, he was at length killed and
dragged upon tno iooks, wiiore tlie
English, as ho was a huge monster,
had tho curiosity to measure him,
when he proved to be tho enormous
length of .J.'J feet 10 inches. This
was the laigest shark thoy had
ever been. Both boats had had
oiu 3 dashed at by tho ravenous
brutes, nnd ouonooecabionthe sumo
whaler, when boarding a dhow at
night fiom tho ship, had her i udder
cm led away by one, Gent Ionian's
THE LIAR'S BELL AND THE FOX.
During tho spring of 187.J I spent
among friends a pleasnnt evening in
t.pj old Quaiticr Latin in Paris.
Around us sat a number of medjcul
students, btnoking, spinning their
aniscfand telling btories. As a
now m rival from America 1 had the
lloor, and a continually increasing
number of interesting listeners. I
bjiolto of our commerce, industries,
nnd finally drifted into a vivid but
truthful description of Kingan's
pork-house, nt that tluio in its in
fancy. I told my Parlslnns how
lapidly the hogs were conveilcd into
pork, and while impressing them
with the shoitncss of the timo it
took for a hog to bo driven In at one
end of a building and to be rolled
out and packed in a barrel icady to
he shipped nt the other, suddenly
there r esounded a gong so loudly
and diabolically that it seemed to
freeze and ct limbic the very nmnow
in my bones. Of course, I stopped
talking; I was too much crushed to
ask for tin explanation. My inquir
ing eye met nothing but smiles, and,
while -ouio protested against such
licatmcnt of a guest, 1 was laugh
ingly told they had rung the liar's
bell on mc.
Dining the same year 1 spent a
few dnj'H in Honn, Ociniany. In a
"kneipo" I noticed in the center
over the table a thick cord, the same
as you find in hoiiiu of the old
restaurants for call bells. To the
cord was fastened a fox's tail, and
whenever any one (id a dry story,
or related an oxplt tb-r wei'iurd
doubtful, there was a ... "Kox,"
and a junior studml m. s ted as
waiter, or fag, as the Knglish call it,
pulled the fox's tail and lang a bell.
1 was told the custom had existed
for fully two hundred years. In
Great Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Iiiving: Six Years Without
Goiiiff to Jiert.
Jin. Huriou: While spending a few
days al the pleasant seaside town of
Ahciyslwilh, Caidiganshiii', Wales, I
he ml related what i-ccmed lo mo either
a fn bilious Btoiy or a mai'.ellous cun.
The story was that a pooi sufl'eicr who
li'id not been able to lie down in bed for
si long yeais, given up lo die by all the
Doctois, had been speedily cuied by
some Patent Medicine. It was related
with the moie Implicit confidence fiom
the ciicumstanee, as was said, that the
Vicar of lilaurystyd was familiar with
the facts, and could vouch tor the truth
of the report.
Having a little curiosity to know how
such sloiies grow iu Unveiling, I took
the liheity while at the village ol Ll.in
ryttvd to call upon the Vicar, the Hev.
T Kwuis, and t,o enqulto about this
wondeiful erne. Thounh u total strau
ger lo him, both lie and his wife most
graciously cntuitiined me in a half
iioui 'conversation, pi incipally touching
the caio of Mr. Pugh, in w'hich they
seemed to take a deep and sj mpathetlc
inteicst, having been familial with his
sulleiings, and now lejoiceit in what
seemed to them a most lemaikablocuie.
The Vicar lcmaiked thathcpicsumed
his name had been connected with the
lepoit fiom his having mentioned the
case to Mi. John Thomas, a rhcmisl of
Ll.mon. He said Mi. Pugh was founei
ly a lesidcntof iheb parish, but was now
living in the pirish of Llanddeinol.
Ho stiongl,) v ouclied Mr, Win, Pugh's
cliaiaotei ts a ic-peclnUo faimer nnd
woilhy of ciedil, 1 lelt tliu venerable
Vicar wilh..i livclioi sense of Die happv
lel'itiou of a pastor and people, leellng
tint he wits one who tiiibj sympathised
with all who .lie alilicled minimi, body,
On my M'lurii to Abcijslwilh, 1 was
impic's-ed with a desire to sLe Air. Pnah,
whoso lenutalion stood so hlsrh. His
f.iim is ealbd P.ineom.Miwi, signifying
"aLovo the dingle," situated near the
summit ol a smooth lound hill, over
looking a beautiful valley in which is
situated the lovely ivymaulled Chinch
of Llanddeinol. I found Mr. Pugh,
appaiently about -10 yeais old. of medium
height, lathei slight, with a pleasant and
intelligent face. I told him I had heard
of h'u great affliction and of his lemaiK
able and almost iniiaculous icllef, and
that I had ionic to learn fiom his own
lips, what theie was. of truth in the ic.
Mr. Pugh lemarked that his neigh
bois had taken a kindly and symp
athetic inlctest iu hib case lor liiiiny
j ear, but of Kite their interest had hem
gieally awakened by a happy change in
Ids condition, Wliat you upon as hav
ing he.ud uhio.ul, haul he, is subslant
ially tine, with one exception. I never
uuedrstood that my case was ever given
up as hopeless by any Physician. I
have been tieated by seveial Doctors
heie.iliouts, as good as any in Wales, but
uiiloitunatcly no picscnptiou of theirs
ever hiought tho desiied lelief.
Fifteen yeais ago, ho said, I Hist be
came conscious ol a sour and deranged
blomach and lost ol appetite, which tho
Doctors told mo was Dyspepsia What
food I could hold in my stomach seem,
cd to do mo no good and was often
tin own up with painful retelling?. This
was followed after a lime with a hoarse
ness and a law soieness of the throat
which tliu Doctors called bronchitis,
and I was treated for lh.it, but with
little success. Then cann shortness of
breath and a sen-,e of sulioc iiion, espe.
eially night., with clammy sweat, mid I
would have to net out of bed and some-
times open u door or wiudow in winter
weather to fill my lungs with the cod
About six i cars ago I beeamoso bad
that I could not sleep iu bed, but laid to.
lakomy unquiet rest and dieamy sleep
sitting iu an .iriucliali. My allliciiou
seenud to bo wot king downward into
my bowels as. well us upwuids into my
lungs and Uqo.il. Iu the violent cough,
ing spasms which grow more frequent,
my abdomen would expand and collapse
and at times It would seem thatlbhould
sutlocatu. All this lime I was reduced
in slieiiglh so that I could perl Mm no
haul laboi and my spbiis wo conso
quenlly much dipressul.
This medicine they dniinisterec m
mo according to tho directions, when to
Ihcjr biupiise and delight no less thnn
my own, the tpnsm ccnsid. 1 became ut
caso, and my stomach wiib calmed, My
bonuls wuio moved us by a gentle
tMlhaitic, and 1 lelt a sense of quiet
com foil ull tluough such as I laid not
hefoio reali.cd In muny jeuis. 1 eoiild
walk aiouud the house mid bieatho
comfortably iu n low hours afler I had
taken the medicine. I have continued
lo take tho mcdloinu dully now for
something over two months, and I can
lie down and sleep hwcelly al nlglils
ami nave not sinru umi a ii'curionec of
Ihoie terrible spasms and s' call g,. I
lmvo been so long bioken down nod re.
duoed in my whole system that 1 lmvo
not tiled to peifoim any veiy haul out.
door labor, deeming it best to bo pru
dent lest by over.exeitlon I limy do my
self injtiiy before my strength is fully
restored, I feel that my btomach and
bowels lmvo been and are being thor.
oughly renovated iinil lenowed by tho
medicine. Iu fact I feel llko it new
IPferW I' I
PJKBbr Full lines ol lla.dwalc, Ag.lu.bural iinpbim,it, et.v
JNjv tioociM iv
JOffl MOTT, No. 8" Kaalmmaiiii Street.
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m -.!.. ., ..-j-wpnii 'i-iiiii mrtn-nr mmmiii h i , -- .
G-ranite, iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, CQPPEB, AMD
003 SHEET IRON WORK
(Formci ly with Samuel Nott
Xmpox'tei- and Dealer in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OHOOKEUY, GLASSWAP.E, HOUSE FUKNISIHNG IlAJlDWAHE,
AGATE IKON AND TIN W A HE
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Post Street.
Ig?" KMicformpily occupied by S. NOTP, opposite Hpiccki-1, & Oo.'s li.iuk. tt
Tho .filter -Island Steam
Navigation Co., liiimtcil,
Keep coiihiiintly on liiuul for flo
Steam Family and Blacksmith Coal
ami n inan uHsoitmenl of
4is . Bar Iron. ly
Store lor Kent, and Fix
tures lor Sale.
npiIAT desirable Stoie now occupied
X hy ihe LADIES' HAZAAlt, H8 Fort
street, nnd nil tliu FlMniii', Glnsa Cases,
&o., tor halo. Fm tuilhe-r piirticiilars,
cnquiio on the Premises 410
JIIUHHHY ivo iiotic-o Hint from
. . unci aft or this date, I will not
bo icspoiisiblo lor any debts c-on-ti
noted without tho vviitlcii older of
myself or wile,
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 1880. 28 3m
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
07 and 00 Hotel btreot,
.Fresh Grocoiiosnud Provibions received
by every .Steamer.
P.O. Uoxiao, lioll Telephonu No.
810 ,ilutuul Telephoiio No. 101.
Pacific Hardware Co., L'd.
HONOLULU, IT. I.
TToveltiejs iix Xisnp Goods,
Anew Iiivolco of Lmilcris lfeio tnu oij of Ihe Urv
Host Qunlltv, Ntiivco, Knno - nnd Tlawnie
FIUH-PKOOF SIHNGLB PAIKT,
lb commended by Flic Undnwriteis of Nm Fnuicbco
elc , etc. An actual Protection nuiu-t t Ire '
T ty si ,
lfivcry tsioanioi. r7
Dn. E. C. West's Nnnvi and 15nnK Tiipvt
Mcnt, a pinrnntecd specific for II j storm, Dizzi
ness, Convulsions, .Fits, Norvoua Nouraluni,
llo uinche.Norvousl'rostralioii.causoil by thouno
ot alcohol or tobacco, Wnkotulness, Mental Do
lirossiou, Softening ot tho !r;un. resulting in in-.
sanity nnd lending to misery, docay nnd deith i
l'rcranture Old Ako, narronne6s, Loss of 1'ouer
in cither box. Involuntary Losses nnd Spcrmntor
lhffia, caused bj; over-oxertion ot tho bruin, Bel f.
nbuso, or over-indulKonco. Uncli box contains
ono month's treatmont. S1.00 n box, or bix boxea.
for S5.00, son t by mall prepaid on rocoipt of price.
WE GUAKAXTEE SIX BOXES
To euro nny ca90. With onch order roceived by u
for bix boxes, accompanied with $5.00, wo wilt
Beud tho purcbasor our written gunronteo to ro
lond thomonoyii! tho treatment does not effptr,
u euro. Guarantees issued only by
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Tfn will piv the iImto reward for any cnto of Liver Coiapli.!Qta
Dyipepilft, bick Ilvftdnelie, la fj,e.tloa, Comtlpftllon or Ctlveoeiif
we i.DQOtcure with VVLtt'e V rgcUble Llrer I illi, when Ihe dlr.c
tlont lire Blrictty compiled with. They ere purely Yeget&Ue, enl
fteverf&ll lo ele latlifActlon. Susar Coaled, Large boici, coo
Ulnloe SO rill., 55 cecli, For 111. by til dni;cl. I!eee of
roaoterf.lti and Imitation!. The eenulD noatiufactured onlr by
JOIINC. VVLST& CO, 181 ft 1.3 W. Uallwn EL, Cblcajo.
lre trial packaee itot Ly wall prepaid on retell of a 3 test lump.
JlOllIr-tOi aV; Co.,
HO Cm Whole-sale and Itelnll Agents.
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Keceivtd ex Zcnhindin,
70J Queen it Foit Street Stoics. tf
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel tSt Altiken Htiee.M..
0ien ociy Day and Ivenliifr.
Tho I.lbi.uy coiiPlftb ut tho piofent
timo of oe-r l-'ho Thousand Voliuups.
Tho Iloadlu-j Hooin Is sujiplled vlth
about titty of tho lending novvspnpi'rs
A I'.ulor is piovlik-d for cnuvcuutioiL
Teiiiis of iiii'inl)cr.?lil), tlfly cents a
mouth, payable ipuuteily in advaiice
"So foimallly ii'ipihed In joluliij? except
hignlui; the lull.
i-)tiiiiien fiom foielfju eniiutilu-iniiil
vIltoi f loin tho othei Inlands aio wel
come to tho looninnt all tluici nsfjuuf-tn.
Thin Ai-r-oel.itioii having no ii'jsuliir
ineftiin of Mippoil e,tept the dues of
lneinlieis, It in oxpectcd that leeldenU
of Honolulu who deslio lo avail thein-i-eles
of Its pilvllej?'"-. and all who feel
an lutei eat Iu iualnt.ilniii; an institution
of this Mud, w 111 put (low n their miines
and become lobular cniiliibutois.
S. li. DOr.H. Piesldent,
M. .M. .SCO'l'P, Vleo-1'iesldent,
Jl. A. PAl!.Mi:i.i:i:, Seciotaiy,
A. D.HMlTH.Ti easiuer,
O.T. ItODGHHS. M.U..
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'BasHJ,KlJ:Tn eatm e NTi-S
Ohalrnmii Hall and Lihiaiy Committee.',
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