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J01 ITT, lo. 8 KaaliMiu Street
Granite, iron and Tin Ware
Cliandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,.
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, l'?PPEE AND
99.3 SHEET "IRON WORK.
(Foimcily with Samuel Nott
Import ei unci JJesiloi- In
STOVES, GHA&yftELlEiSS- LAMPS,
CROCKERY, QLASSWARE, HOUSE FUltNIBIHNU HARDWARE,
AGATE IKON AND TINWARE
Agent Hall's Safe
CgT Store founi'ilv in'iuii"l h
Full lino of
Ti-v Goods l;v
.JT. HOFP &c oo.
74 King; Street.
. of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
PINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to.
For Halle or littio
in viimll r luge
J. H. SOESIR,
(Successor lo J. M. Oat, Jr. & Co.)
Dealers in all kinds of
The Latest Fotelgn Papers always ou
Jianil at tlie Gazette Block, Merchant
-J2r The English Admiralty Cliatls
always difhand. 1 by
A LL orders for Cartnge promptly nt.
jtL tended to. Particular attention
paid to the ,
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in quantities to suit at lo wt pilcee..
Ollloe, t ditilu I . I'. Adams A: Co.'s
ii'H'tlon ii om.
032 ly Mul mil
T. h plume Xo. I!'.
Ub. E. 0. WhST's Nenvu and Jlmiv Tiiku
UrNT, n Riinnuitwil Bi"cllio for Iljhlurin, Uizzl.
niw, (JomiiMmiK, i?it, Nvrvuua NiumlM'
of (ituiiliol or titlmccii, Wiiki falnexH, Mental Ui
nwiuii,IJoft(iiiliiSfif Itiollrain.rt'sultnn; in in
eituity and IimUiiik to mitcry, iloc ny mid ilmtlii
1'romHturo Old Ann, H.irrcnn, Loss of l'dnr
in wither box. Iii olimtury 1 jhwh-b and Hi'rmp.tcr
rhoca, caOBtd hyuvt'r-oxcrtion of tliolinilii.bulf.
abubo, or ovPi-Ilidu)i;oneo. Du Ii box contiiii
nno month's truiitniont. St.rUnlnx, orfcixlioxoi
for $3M), ban t by muil preimul on rucuipt of tint i .
vb uakaxti:i; hix itoxr.s
To euro nay caso. With each order received liyim
for six Iwxuk, uccompiuiiixl witli $3.Ui, u will
BBnd tho purchOBoroarwritton (juarnuteotii re.
fond thomoneyif tliotrwitmnntiliK not elicit
a euro. UuurantooaiHHucdonlyby
i r o i- r. i HTism&sro.
VTE will rr IIm 1t r.ntrd for ut 1)1 Urtr CottiJilol'
trrK P1 lUUwbf.loJigMtloa, Coaitipslloo or Cotllvciiiu,
w ymnel cur wllb W'lil'l V tscUMi Llf tr illll, wli'U lli du.1
Uulin tUictly conplltd wlUu lltytn uly TrjeUll., u4
MTirikl to el latlifoctloa. ButtrGL&. largt boitMtu.
ulolsr o pilUj Si cult, y.r wif tjr ll drogilm. U.i it
twnUtMU d4 InJUUunl. Th gcouln muiufulurffd culr 1
JOHN O. WEST CO., ISI A M W, Ut4la St-. Cluc.fg.
ITlbt IxlU clt Hst Ix all prc4U po rut l4 of ft 3 (tat tUvl.
JIolllHtor .V: Co..
80 Om Wholesulo and Jtctnll Agents
Health is Wealfli I
HBVIg I iinAjri
and Lock Company.
ouilc riproclfi'ls & Co.'s Hank. -8
Pacific Hardware Co,, L'd,
HONOLULU, II. I.
rVo-eltieiS in Lamp GroocLs,
Anew Invoke of Liintcri'S, Kciosene 'Ml of the very
Host Qiii'lllV, Hloves, Rnnirt'i mid Tinware.
Rccfiiimi-niled liv Fne Undi'i wrileii. of fc'nn FrniicNco,
etc , etc. An actual Protection against Fire.
Harden Hand Grenades,
A. Small Lot. to Close Consignment.
Ifaidvvarc, Agiicultuial linjilviiicnts, etc.
ldvei-y Htetvinei. '
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
13 OW RE:ADY
7(5 Queen & Fmt Street Store, tf
Having now passed into Ihc hands
of lesponsihle pnities is pitparcd at
fchoit notice to do all Wnhliing in a Su
perior Jlanner. AcoiifUeiahlo
has hicn mnde fiom the scale
former rates", and
Satisfaction is Guaranteed to All
AVho will favor the Establishment
viili.il trial. .10
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
l.i mon Hodii, Lemonade, biimipnilHn
Fin it Siruprt and EtBcnec- and
mmlu fi in n i pii'ii Ajiple, all of Mliich
ii giianiiiiu! in liu tliu boit.
tt& (ihImi iuviit
Still III g klOlfr tot
I nrties intending
the sale of ictd
ihliiKs mil wl-hing loiiiiluln supplies,
.! 1 1 on us I clou .oing ihiwheie.
Tlie Crystal Sofla Works,
I'.tt. ito :i:u Hi lob in,
Boll Telephone, : : 298
Mutual " ; : 330
Tho Inter-Jsliiml Stctmi
Navigation Co., Limited-,
Keep roniaiitly on hrn I for sain
Steam Family and Blacktmith Coal
nuil a giiiernl iibsoitiiK.nl of
415 Bar Iron. . i.v
EYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
BHOP. Jtcai (f Lutnb" Mill.
Wo Bhould blot Oiit DiBoaflo
in ItB Early Stages.
Tho dlseaso commences with n slight
derangemciit of the stomach, hut, If
neglected, It In thno involves the wholo
frame, omhnielng the kldncjs, liver,
paiiciens, and In fact the entire gland,
uhir (lyttcmi and tho titlllctcd drags out
n miserable existence until death gives
ollef fiom sutuiliig 'J ho diseino is
often inlstiiUeu for other complaints;
but if the lender will ask himself the
following quistlotis Im will boubleto
dctei initio whullitr he himself is one of
the ullllclcd: Hiim' I dlstre.su, pain, m
tiltlluuliy In hreiithingfll'-erentiiiR? U
there a dull, lienvv teellng, nltemiud by
diowsines? Have the eyes a jellow
Hugo? Does a thick, Mieky inutou
gather about the gums and teeth In Ihe
mornings' accompanied by n disagree,
able taste? U the tongue coated? l
there pain In the sides and hack? Is
then! a fullness about the right side as
if the liver weie enhiigiiigV Is there
veillgo or dl7lness when rising mil.
denh f i om an horizontal position? Aio
the .-eeu'tions from the Uidneis highly
I'olouml, with a deposit after Matidlng?
Does loud feimeiit soon alter eaung,
in'cninpiinicd l.v Ihituleiieo or belching
of gas fiom the Htoinach? Is there fie.
quent palpitation of the heart? The-e
vaiious t-vmptoins may not bu present nt
one lime, but they tin incut the pufturt.r
in Hun as the dreadful dii-eiue pio.
glomes, it the ease be one of long
standing, there will he a diy, hacking
cough, atteiided nttei a lime by cxpec
loiation. In uiv mlvniiei'd stuges the
skin asMiiues a "diity biownUli appear,
anee, and the luiius mid feetuiuuiered
by a told sticky perspliation. As tlio
liver ami Kiiineys iieeoinu uioiu aim
more dUc.i&ed, llieiiinitlicpaiiib uppenr,
and the usual treatment pioves tntiiely
uilaMilliiiK against Ihe latter agonising
dinndei. The oiigin pf this nialndy is
indigestion or d.vpp-la, anil a small
iiuiiiitltv of the nroner medicine will
icmoMj tio (lipase it taken in its incip
itur'. It is piost ininoitan). tbat the
disea.-o should lie promptly and prppeily
tieatod in IN ilret-tvgcs, when n little
medlclno will I'll'cct 11 cure, and ecn
when it has ohtiiiued a stiong hold tho
corfeet temedy should he perieied In
until cveiy vestige df the disease is
eindicnted, until tho appetite hiisietuin
ed, and the digestive organs lcstoied to
a healthy condition. The suiest and
most clleetual icmedy for this (listless
ing Kiniplainf, is "hjeigol's dilutive
Syrup," a eg'etnble pitpnialloii sold by
ail chcitii-t- and nidielne vendois
tlicoiighout Hie world, and by the pio
prietois, A. J. White, Limited, London,
E. Q. This Synp strikes at the vcr
foundation of Ihe disease, and diics it,
loot and branch, out of tho system. Ask
your chemist for SeigePs CJui alive
"Eust-street Jlills, Camhrlrige-hcath,
"London, E. 0., July 2-ith. XSb'i
"Sir, Jt gives me great pleasure to be
able to add my testimony in favour of
your valuable Syrup as a curativ e agent.
1 had sufFprfd foi some length of time
fiom a seveio founpf indiei'stiou, and
the long train of dlsliessing smptoms
following that disease. I had tried all
possible means lo Bet rolief, by seeking
the best mcuiciu acivice. i unci swaiiow
ed sullicient of theii stuff to Jloat a man.
of-wai, so to speak, hut all to no avail.
A friend of mine, coming on tho scene
in the midst of my sufl'eiings, biought
with him a bottle of our ficigel Syrup;
he advised me to try it, stating he felt
confident it would benefit me. Ucing
weary of trysng so mnny drugs, I con
ctcmned it before tiial, thinking it could
not possibly 'Jo mc any uood, but ulti
nmtcly dotormilicd to take the Syrup.
After doing so for n short tiinp it work,
ed s'icli n clinngo in inethat J continued
taking it for neatly two months, and I
then felt thoioughly cured, for 1 have
discontinued its use for five weeks, and
feel in the best of health, and can par
take anv kind ot food with case and
comfoit." 1 am therefoic thankful to
you that, through the instrumentality of
your valuable medicine, lam icstoicdto
tlio stale or jip.iuu i now enjoy. xours
1 1 uly, AV. B. FoiiBTi.it.
"To Mr. A. .1. While."
Those who are in tho "Asthma
Fur.nuce" should )oc no time m obtain
ing relief by the use of "'I he Hosing,
weed Tar Mixture;" but do not use the
medicine unless you will follow all the
directions "to the letter."
Poor Asthma siIerers, who nro
striuigeis to "tired' Nature's swpet
restoicr, balmy sleep," should msko use
of "The Kosinweed Tar Mixture." Quiet
refreshing sleep will follow its use
"Waterloo IIoufc, London Stile, Chis
wick, "Fcbruaiy 17th, 1882.
''Messrs, Wnifp and Co., London.
"Gentlemen, It U with ureat pleas
ure that I add my testimony to the
wondeifnl effects of Seigcl's Srup. For
years I mid been Hiiffeiing from bilious
attacks, which began with giddiness;
then a inist would come before my eye's,
so that I should not be able to lecognlso
any one or anything at the distance of a
j'urd or two fi om my face. This would
be followed by excessive trembling of
iuy knees, do Unit I could not stand
wjfhout support; after which a severe
licadauhe would occur, lasting often two
or thice ilagn. I have tried various
remedies for tlicodlt i csslng symptoms,
but until I tried Scigcl'o Syrup I had no
relief, fcince then I liavo had excellent
health in every lespect, and if ever I
feel a. headache coming on I take one
done of the Syrup, which arrests ir.
Hoping that this testimonial may be tlio
menus of Inducing otliei.s (who suffer lis
I used) to tiy the Syrup, ns I feel sure
they will iceeivo (speedy benefit and
ultimately be cured, 1 beg toiemuin,
"A. JL Hoktos,"
Selgel's Operating Pills prevent 111
effects from excass In eating or drink
ing. A good dofo nt bed-time renders
a person lit for bus hides In the morning.
If yon have Asthma use 'The Jiosiuvvccd
IN FIIENOII AND SPANISH LAN
guagiH taught. Private Irsions
given to ladles ut tluir own lesideurcs.
For pmllciilais apply to
f)8 1 w Op, Ohiueto Church, Fort St.
lu ;!pUjj Mlkiin,
TUESDAYi DEO. 7, ltf8G.
W C. T. U.
Tin: ancituTAiir's iturortT.
Another year has passed nwny.
Our work for the year is done. It
b too late to undo our mistakes or
even to modify tlietn in tlio lenst.
AVe can only tisk ourselves if vvc
linve been faithful in this particular
field of the Muster's vineyard. If
the inwntd monitor answers in the
nllirmative, then we may lay aside
all regrets and look back, only to
llnd our mistakes and save our
selves from repeating them. Wo
began the year with fond hopes of
accomplishing great tilings in this
grand work of reform, but at .its
closo we see but little fruit of our
labors. This docs not prove that
we have been idle, neither does it
signify iillitnnto defeat. During
the gicat war of tlio Rebellion, brave
men stood liufoie the cannon's
mouth, , facing danger and death
only to be repulsed and defeated,
while their comrades on other fields
woio gaining victory after victory.
But in the tlnnl result, tho grand
victory of right over wrong, all
were alike triumphant. So should
we stand by the right, holding high
the standard of temperance, al
though wo see small chance of a
sppedy triumph of our cause in Ha-
wnij. ' In Atucriea, grand victories
are crowning efforts of our 'W, C. T.
J. "Women, Rut it lias beep through
a long fought linttlo that each con
quest lias been gained, and that too
after repealed defeats. Then let
us take courage and with faith in
tlie God of truth and righteousness,
We hope to gain a little ground
by SQUie act of the Legislature.
Our Lcuislatlve committee held
counsel with members of that body
upon tlie probable chances of pass
ing a '.'Local Option Law." At
first, if. was thought feas,ibp; but
upon further investigation, it be
came apparont that such an effort
would be utterly fruitless.
During the year we have held our
regular monthly meetings and one
special meeting, at which Mr. Noble
'presided. The average attendance
has been twenty eight, from a mem
I'ershlp pf about sixty. There has
been a decrease in our honorary
membership, more from neglect on
our part, perhaps, in calling upon
the geptlpmcn fpr a renewal of their
membership, by repayment of the
annill dues, ttan from any lack of
interest or willingness to help, on
their part. We have reports from sev
eral superintendents ot work showing
that each has attended faithfully to
her department. Miss Green, our
worker among tlie Hawaiians, we
sometimes tliiiik, accomplishes more
than we ought lo expect of one little
woman. Her energy and interest
seem unflagging. But, she will' re
port for herself, and all will agree
with me that she is a power of jgood
to the natives of Hawaii nei. An
other work,-exceedingly interesting,
anil 'ope pf the foundation stonps,
in tho structure of temperance re
form, is -tho juvenile department,
over which Mrs. I M. Simpson and
Mrs. L. B. Coan preside. From
Mrs. A. B.
report, 1 deduce the
eflicient leadership of
fjouthwick, a juvenile
with the I'ort-btrcct Church mis
sion work, was organized in 1881.
When Mrs. Southwick left Hono
nolulu, this society becamo an ob
ject of solicitude to the Woman's
Christian Tenipcrancp Union. IJ,
was too precious to suffor the harm
of being disbanded, and prompt
measures wore devised to tako it
under the fostering care of the
Union. Tho roll call at present
numbers sixty-two. Their age3
range from five to fourteen, 'iho
nationalties represented arc Ameri
can, English, Scandinavian, I'oitu
guesc and German. The monthly
)leetings are held in the Y. M. C.
A. Hall. The childrpn arp instruct
ed in tho Temperance Catechism
and in cold water songs. They
enter with zest into tlio games which,
form a part of their cntcrtainnipnt,
and seem fully tonppveciate the cako
kindly donated by tho ladies of tho
W. C. T. U. The hours thus spent
in mind and heart training aio
bright spots in the lives of these
children ; und we can but hope that
thoy are being bound by tjio three
fold cord of Jove, joy and truth,
which cannot bo broken by the tern-
tntions that lurk on many a street
corner to ensnaio our youth. In
this connection, I will speak of one
step we have taken in advance.
Early in tho year, Mrs. K. P.
Adams, our Superintendent of Scien
tific Instruction, pntil Jipr departure
from Honolulu, brought befote tie
Hawaiian Board of Education, the
subject of temporanco instruction in
our government schools. She pre
sented a potltion, also, signed by
many of the most influential citizens
of Honolulu, asking that temperance
be introduced into our schools, as a
branch of education. After due deli
beration, tv vote was passed, grant
ing tlio use of tlio temperance primer
in the native schools, and forthwith
2,000 copies wero ordered translated
into tlie Hawaiian language. The
work of translation is under tho
eflicient, management' of Professor
Alexander iind will, very soon bo
completed. Temperance instruction,
as a study, has not been introduced
into the English Speaking Schools,
but many of tho teachers have fre
quent exercises ttpou this subject,
using tlio Temperance Text Books.
The IIIlo Union 1ms also sent for
these books for the use of teachers
in the school there.
Ono of tlio gtctite8t achievements
of the W. C. T. U. women of tho
U. S. is tlio passage of a National
Law making tcmpciaucc instruction
a compulsory study in nil schools
under tlio control of the Federal
Government, This Includes the
Territoiies tint Disttict of Columbia
and the Naval and Military Schools.
Eighteen of the States llae also
adopted this law. These use text
books, adapted to each grade from
the primary to tlie high school.
This is the crowning victory of years
of untiring effort on tlio part of the
noblest and grandest women of the
Mrs. T. G. Tin urn, Superinten
dent of tho Sunday School depart
ment, reports several addresses,
during tlio year, by Mr. Noble and
others. The teachers give little
temperance lalks and exercises, and
there is in circulation among the
pupils a temperance paper. Tims
it will be seen that wo uio trying
in every possible way to impress
upon tlie children the importance of
total abstinence, hoping thereby
to ctcate in the futuic generation a
healthy sentiment upon this subject.
Mrs. P. C. Jones, Superintendent
of Gospel Temperance Work, re
pot ts substantially, as follows!
In January a series of. open air
meetings 'was started. The wharf
of tlie JnteMsland Steamship Com
pany was secured, and with chairs
loaned us from tho Y. M. C. A.,
we found it a very comfortable and
convenient place. One of the boys
from the Hawaiian band led the
music with si cornet. Rev. J. A.
Cruzan, Rev. E. C. OggeJ, the Gen
eral Sccietary and other members
of tho Y. m. C. A. gave us most
elllclent help; and we look back to
the wharf meetings as being full of
inteicst. On one occasion there
were so man' natives present that
tlie Rev. A. Q. Forbes addressed
thom in their own language. On
the 21st of March, Mr. Win, Noble
arrived, and during his stay, ho
conducted these meetings, after
which they were discontinued.
Every Saturday evening, there has
been held a gospel temperance
meeting by the" members o,f tl'P Y.
M. C. A, jiiul wp havo tried to aid
thqin. Since the destruction by lire
of thp old Bethel, where these meet
ings were formerly held, wc havo
rnct in tho schooioom in Fowler's
yards, a place off the street and not
at all suitable for those meetings.
Wp think tho AV. C, T. U. will
contributo liberally toward fitting
up and making attractive a place oi
meeting as boon as one can be pro
cured. It is honed that some of
the ladies of the Union will attend
these meetings in the coming year,
who can assist in the music, which
is sometimes a failure for the want
of such aid.
Mr. Noble while he was in Hono
lulu gave a scries of temperance
lectures in the Y. M. C. A. Hall,
under the auspices of the Y. M.
C. A. and tlio W. 0. T. U. As wc
listened to his eloquent appeals and
indisputable 'arguments we were
surprised that we did not see more
glorious results of his earnest labors.
But who can estimate the good ac
complished in awakening and h
tensifying public opinion, as well as
individual minds in favor of total
nbstinenco and prohibition. He was
a staunch advocate of both, and was
hiost emphatically opposed to high
or low license, lie went from heio
to the Colonies where he met with
more marked success.
(7'o be continued,)
' GOL, R. G. INCERS0LL.
New York, Nov. 16. Under the
hoading "Sermon of an Infidel," the
World has the following: Tho Free
Thinkers closed their congress tlie
past weeks. At Chickering Hall
Col. Bob Ingersoll made a charac
teristic speech, in which ho intro
duced some rather startling ideas.
"No man can own S0:000,000 j the
dpllars owp him," he said, ''Hp
becomes the key to the safe in which
the shining pile in hoarded, The
poor have to learn that pity rather
than envy is what the rich need from
thom, and tho rich have to learn the
true and honest licaits that beat
beneath mgs. Anarchism is a pro
test against tyranny, and that is out
of place in tliis country, where wo
have, despite all its short-comings,
tlie greatest and tho grandest Gov
ernment the wot Id has ever seen.
Tho land which God put out of doors
is free to every child of nature. No
man lias tho right to own more land
than he can use. He ought to bo
deprived of it. I do not blame tlie
rich for what thoy have, and would
not tako a penny's worth from the
richest of thom except at a fair
valuation, but I woud take it until
every w and woman born into the
world had a chance to livo through
his or Iter days here in comfoit and
happiness, Great inventions were
never intended to pile up great
fortunes and curse the laborer. Nor
will stiikcs settle anything. Tho
first successful strike will bo the last,
for the people will rise and bhow
that tho grasp of tho laborer tyrant
must bo kept from the tliroat of
ennital, just ns euro as tho grinding
heel of monopoly must not bo placed
on tho prostrate form of toil. When
we. have a nation of homes, of those
centers where love reigus, where
tho race is not for riches hut for
happiness, than tlio goal will be
reached and content will prevail."
c. d scnuitAN.
Bcc'y & Troaa.
Haw'an. Ganiap ITg Oo.
Iron, Cumberland Cdal, Hard
' : And all kinds of :
Carriago and Wagon Matorlals.
ALAKEA & KING STREET
and see I ho
He lias for s'nlu cheap, hefoie purchns
74 ing elsewheie.
FiDlates, Bolts & Spikes.
H. HAOKFELD & Co.
Having tecuitd the Services of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
WO are prepared to execute all
' orders in
House or' Sig'n
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Huw'nC.tiriiiKcManf'BCo., Jl "
B. O. Hull & bon,(nevv issue) 100
Bell Telephone, . 3J
Wbodluwn Dairy, 5)0
Wailuku Sugar Oo., , 117
Waininnalo, " 155
Star Mill, 4-ri
Reciprocity Sugar Co., fcO
Ice Company, 87
Intcr-Island S. N. Co., 105
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokei
38 Merchant Street. . 151 ly
Mer-Islai S. I Co.,
Tlie Best "R.onte
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and (launch
SteamerlW. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY, December 7th.
Tlio steamer pas'os along tho cntiic
coast of i he leoward side of Huwil, af
fording tourists a panorama of charm
ing pcenery, and will stop at Kei'l'ike.
kini Buy, whore sufficient time is allow,
ed to vielt ihe Monument of Captain
Tourists by this loute reach Punaluu
at G o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being only ono night on the
ves-el, (making the entire pastage in
smooth wntei. At Punitluii there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will lie convoyed
by railroad to Paliaia. thence by etuge
coach to llulf.wny Roufe, wheic horses
und guide's will be in attendance to con
vey them to tlie Vob-uno.
Tom ibis will havo two nights mid one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
Apply to HARRY AKMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort strict, or hi tho office of Iho 1. 1 S.
N. Co.j Esplanade. W0 0in
Haw. Bell ' Telephone Co.
I71RQM THE FIRST DAY OF JAN
? miry next, tho rentnl i f Instruments
at present in ubC in the Districts of Uwa,
Waiauae, Waialua and Koolaupoko will
bu i educed lo $5 00 per moi tli.
I HEREBY give notice that from
nnd after this date, I will not
be responsible for any debts con
tracted without tho wiittcn order of
myself or wifo.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 1880. 28 3ui
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the Wain n au Company, held thU
day, the following gentlemen wero duly
elected to servo a,i olllceie for tho ensu.
H.A. WIDEMANN President
G, N, WILCOX Vice-President
A. JAEG Kit , Treasurer
C. O. UEROEU.. Secretary and Auditor
O. O, UEKGER, Sec'y.
Honolulu, Nov. 20, 1880. 08 lw
LEADS THEM ALL!
Your wives and children will rcjoico,
Having lound tho Sampler Cigar your choice.
ENGELBRECHT, S01T& CO.,
21 First Street, S. P. 0
For sale Everywhere.
mm & co.,
The Leading Gents'
BOOTS & SHOES
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Have just received a few mora
G, E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal,
' Oats, Bran.
Order left at Office, with N. F. Bur
gess, t'-l King Street, will be promptly
intended to. 09ly
S. M. CARTER,
IIus on hand for pnle, in quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,.
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
limn, O its,
Cracked Corn, , ,
Orders are hereby solicited and will
he dcllven d at auy locnliiy within tho
3No. 8G II2SGr tsmXlSlSTJC.
Moth TeleiilioncM, 1W7. el
And a choice nFsortment of
Toys! Toys! Toys!
Juit received ix "Zialaiulla," at
J, T. Waterhouse's
FORT ST. STORE.
Live Morning Paper
The Daily He-raid"
Fifty Cents n Mouth.
28 DANIEL LOOAN, Proprietor, ly
on ii i
well known Old Corner
Apply at tho BKA-
R003I TO LETv
ANICE FURNISHED FRONT"
loom in u mivuto family on School
Street, between Nuuiinu and Fortj third
houso from comer of Nuuanu, 07tf
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