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Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TOT, COPtfEB AND
flQ SHEET IRON WORK.
(Punnet h witli Stmitel Nott).
IiH)Mr(ii :ni(.l jO,nlci in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS. LAMPS,
CHOOKKRY. GlS.MK, HOUH-2 FUKN1SUIXU HAltmVANE,
AGAli: I HON VMJ TIMVAltE
Agent HalFs SUife and Lock Company.
Beaver Block -. - - Fort Street.
EST" Store formi'tly ni'iiipiel 1 -.X''T " '-itc Spirckeh &, On.'p Bank -"8
IVe-w Goods ly
.jr. IIOJPJP fc oo.
74 Kin; Ntwet.
Mnntl funnier- and Inioiui of a
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHAIRS TO REWT i
For Hills or I'mlle in nmll irluge
(Successor to J. M. Oat, Jr. & Co.)
Dealers in nil kinds of
The Latest Foreign Paper always ou
hand at the Gazette Block, Merchant
12?-The English Admiralty Charts
always oil hand. 1 by
f D K, A. Y X XO 7 .
LL outers for Caitngo promptly at
1. t ended to. Particular attention
paid lo the
Storing & Shipping
of goods in tiansit to the other Islands.
Also, Black "and White Sand
in quantities to suit at Ioai-sI juices.
Olllci-, adjoining K. 1. Adams fc Co.'s
a ii lion n om.
!H2 ly Mutual Ti lepliom- No. 1!'.
Health is Wealth !
Da. 12. (J. Wlst'ii Ninnrn and IhtUN Tiieai
WENT, n Bunrontrod Bjx-citio for IlbUrin, I)li
into. Convulsion.), I'lla, Ncrruun ISfnr.iltri-
Jlo.iilaclio, JtorvoiM Front riitlon. i-iiUbCd liy Hume
uf nliohol or tnliiicui. WiikofuhiChu, Mmit.il I)
Iiroabloa.HofttjuliiKof tlio Urnin, rwultinu in in
Bumty and lraihn..' to misery, dtruy uml ilrMlu
l'rcmnturo Old Ako, Huwiiiiish, Loss of Poiu-r
rlioca, ciubiiI by over-oxortion ot tlio bruin, mil.
iiljubo, or ovPr-lndnlRonto. 12,u Ii box r onliiu i
iiiio month's trcntniont. $UOn box, or hW boxc
for $5.0u, boot bymuil tiropuid on recoipt of priu .
wj: ciVAitAXTJUJ: hix jjo.vix
Tu euro liny cubo, WUIie-icliur.lerri'ceivc.l byuu
for Bix boxen, uicompttniod with S3.U), wti will
Bund t ho imrchasor our written imrantot ru.
fund thoinonoyif tliutreutmi'iitiloi.0 not elicit
ucuiu. liuuruiituoiitu.uoUonly by
UOLLHTRIl At OO.
WE Ulr.rltWT.r.rd lorwr rmcY Liter Coaplibt1
ty,pp.H, 61ck lUtduU. IndljMlloB, Cnili lkio ot CmUiiBnt,
uiMlnn wllk W.l' rnullf j,ir llUi, wlwo lU du.
lk r lUlctly cow.lleJ with. Jhty r j.u.ly nnMi, u4
i'WI Mldrf MlWittlon. Fu, CMUd. Lrj lom.coo
UlalscMjtllli.Kcciill. t il. tjr ll drulil. tnuitf
MusUrJalU a4 Ixslutlusl. 'Xha ftbutLt ukauhcturcd eulv It
JOIIN C. WJBT CO., XI A 111 W. IMlLa fc", CklL'
rM Uittftitf MBl k7 null pref ildco ru lyt( 3 ieallj
ollltor & Co.,
SO 6ia Wholesalo nod Hetoll Agonts,
HUSTACE & ROBERTSON
xaHKC&ai- SiTnEATMENT: -
Hardware Co., L'd,
HONOLULU, II. I.
TV"veltie! in J-jamx 5J-oods,
A new Invoice of Lnnlens, Kerosene f'il of tlie veiy
Host Qnnlilv, Siiivi-, Raugcs imd Tinware.
XTKJIWPJROOir SHINGLE PAINX,
Hfcnmnu-mlcd by Fnu Umbrwi iters of Sim Francisco,
etc , tic. An actual Protection ngiiinl Fire.
harden -Hand Grenades,
A Small Lot, to Close Consignment.
Full line-, of Ilaidware, Agricultural Implements, etc.
A LARGE & ELEGANT
! Stock of Goods
SOW R EiA D Y
. I. Waterhouse's
7SJ Queen & Frit Street Stores, if
flnving now pasted into the hands
of responsible parties is prepared nt
fehoit notice to do all WflHhing in n Su
perior Manner. A coiuijeiahlo
ha bien mnilc from the scale of
former rates, and
Satisfaction is Guaranteed to All
Who will favoi the Establishment
v, ith u trial. 50
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Li moii Hodn, Lunmiade, r-airnparilla
Fruit Bjiups and Enscncus and
made fi m (l e piro Apple, all of which
wi glial ami e in be the Lest.
r Aenlsii ii i- j i.rtitB intending
rturliig Hoiih li he mlc of iced
ili-iiiks a ml wii-hlug 'nintiiin fiippllps,
liU'iil oiriw liiort jmiIiij: ln vhcie.
Tlie Crystal UU Worts,
I'.o i'n :w;k ii. it'll in.
Tlio Inter-Island Steiun
Navigation Co., Limited,
Kicp i'oiitatitly on linn I for fiilu
Steam Family and Blacktmith Coal
mid a gi ueial nsfortment of
415 Bar Iron. ly
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP, lleur lI Lucak' Mill.
Wo should Blot Out Diaoneo
in Its Early Stages.
Tho disease comineiict'J villi n slight
derangement of the stomach, hut, if
neglected, It in tltno involves "tho wholes
frame, cmhrncing tlm kidneys, liver,
pancreas nnd in fact tho ontiro gland,
ulnr sjstcm; ntiil tho allllclcd drags out
u miserable existence until denth gle
tcllef from sulkiiug. 'lhe disease Is
ol ten mistaken for other complaints;
but if the leader will ask ltlmseli Hie
following (pustlous he will be able to
delomilne wheihei lie himself U one of
the iillllctedi Hfte I dlb.tres pnlu, or
dlllUmlty in bienlhliig nftei inline? It
there a dull, heavy foi llnp, nltumltil by
drowsiness? llue the eyes a yellow
tlugo? Does ti thick, sticky mucous
gather about tho gums nud teeth In the
morning;, accompanied by a disagree,
nblc tasto? Is the tongue coated? Is
thore pain hi the sides and back? Is
there n fullness about tho right sldo ns
if the ltcr vu'io eiilargliigV Is tliero
ertigo of dizsdnusi when rising fiul
ileiiU fioin an horizontal poslllonV Are
the stcrt'tlotib It out tho kidnrjs highly
colouied, wllh n deposit utter staiidliig'?
Does food feiment soon after eiillng,
accompanied by flatulence 01 bekhlng
of ga from the stomach V Is there fie-
qucnt palpitation of the heart? These
various b)iuptoms may not be present at
one lime, but they torment the siillercr
in turn as the dieadful disease pin.
giesses. If the case be one of long
standing, theiu will be a diy, hacking
tough, attended alter a lime b e.pec
toiatlon. In Miy nihmiet'il stages tlie
skin assumes u illrij In nwnUli appear,
uuctvand the h unls and leet aiccovcrul
by a colli sticky peispliatlon. A- tho
liw't and kiilnuxs become more itud
tuiii'e dbeised, th'ctiniutiu pains appear,
unit the Usual tie.iiment ptoxis eiitliely
iiniiMillliiL' acaint the latter iiuonisliii;
dioider. Tho origin of this malady is
indigestion or dtpep!a, mid n small
iuunilly of tho "jiropcr medicine will
icmovo the dibcase it taken in lis inelp
iency. ll lb most impoitant thnt tlie
illscf-o should lie promptly and propeily
tieated in its llrst stiges, v lieu a little
medicine will effect a cure, and even
when it has obtained a stiong hold the
correct remedy should be pci-aceicd in
until every vestige of thevlisease is
eradicated, until the appetite hasietuin
ed, and the digestive oruans lcstoicd to
:i healthy condition. The xtiiM and
most eU'eetual iciuedy for this distiess
ing (oiuplaint is "Scigol's. (.illative
Sirup," a vcgetnble )iep.iiation sold by
all chemists and rmlicinc endors
thcoughoiit the -world, and by the pi o
prietors, A. J. White, Limited, London,
L. C. This Syrvp strikes at the ciy
louiidation of the disease, and dihes it,
loot, uml branch, out of the s stem. Ask
your chemist for Scigcls Curative
"Eust.stieet Mills, C.imbridgc-he.ith,
"London, E. C, July 2-ltli. 1882
"Sir, It gives me gicat pleasine to bo
able to add my testimony in favour of
your valuable Syrup as a curative agent.
I had suffered for some length of time
from a severe form of indigestion, and
the long ti.iin of distressing symptoms
following that disease. I had tiled all
possible means to get relief, by seeking
the best medical advice. I had swallow
cd sulllcient of their stuff to float a man.
of-war, ?o to speak', but all to no mail.
A friend of mine, coming on the scene
in the midst of my sufTeiings, brought
with him a bottle of your Seigcl Syiup;
he advised me to tiy it, stating he felt
coulldcnt it would benefit me. Being
weary of tiysng so many drugs, I con.
(tcmncd it before tiial, thinking it could
not possibly do me any good, but ulti.
mutely determined to take the Syrup.
After' doing so for ashoit time it work,
ed B'ich a change in niethat I continued
taking it for nearly two months, and I
then felt thoroughly cured, for I have
discontinued its tue'for th e weeks, and
feel in the best of health, and can par.
take any kind of food with ease and
comfort. I am theiefoie thankful to
you thnt, through the instrumentality of
your valuable medicine, I am restoied to
the bt.ite of health I now enjoy. Yours
truly, "W. S. FonsTEii.
"To Mr. A. J. White."
Those who are in the "Asthma
Furnace" should lose no time in obtain
ing relief by the uso of "The Hosing,
weed Tar Mixture;" but do not use the
medicine unless you will follow nil the
directions "to the lettei."
Poor Asthma suilerers, who are
strangers to "tired Natuie's sweet
restoier, balmy sleep," should mike use
of "The Kosinweed Tar Mixture." Quiet
refreshing sleep will follow its use
"Waterloo House, London Stile, Chls-wir-k,
"February 17th, 1882.
"Messrs. Wnite uml Co., London.
"Gentlemen, It Is with urea t pleas
ure that I mid my testimony to the
vvondeiful effects of Seigel's hi nip. For
ycais I nad been suffeilng from bilious
attacks, which began with giddiness;
then n mist would come bcfoie my ecs,
so that I should not be able to recognise
any one or any thing at the distance of a
yawl or two fiom my face. This would
bo followed by excessive tiembllng of
my knees, so that I could not stand
w Ithout support; after w lilcli a severe
licadacho would occur, lasting often two
or tin co dags. I have tiled various
remedies for these dlsti easing symptoms,
but until I tned Seigel's Syiup I had no
relief. Since then J have had excellent
health in every lespeet, and If ever 1
feel u headache coming on I tako ono
done of the Syiup, which ni rests it.
Hoping that this testimonial may bo the
menus of inducing othcis (who suffer as
I used) to tiy the Syrup, as I feel sure
they will leceive speedy beneilt mid
ultimately bo cured, 1 beg toiemain,
"A. II. HoitroN."
Seigel's Operating Pills piovent ill
effects fiom exeass In eating or drink
ing. A good dose at bed-time renders
a person lit for buslndss in the morning,
If j on have Asthma use 'The Itosluwecd
IN FHENOII AND SPANISH LAN-gungi-8
taught. Prhntu Irssons
given In ladles at their own residences.
For particular apply to
US 1 w Op. Ohluosu Ohureh, Fort St.
It giuSi gttJUiin.
"WEDNESDAY. DEC. 8. 188G.
W. D. T. U.
TIIK Sr.CKKTAHV'S ItWOHT.
(Continued fiom yesleriluv.)
Miss A. j?. Johnson, Superintend
ent of work ntnoti"; sailors, litis most
faithfully performed her duties.
Evety week, nearly, she has visited
the wharves nnd carried papers,
magazines, temperance literature and
other good reading matter furnished
by the indies of the Union. She
has been treated kindly in almost
every instance and the snilors seem
giateful for the inteicst manifested
in them. She says: "They are n
lough sel of men as a class, but.
thcicismuny n noble heart beats
under the sailor's garb."
Temperance literature lias been
distributed by our superintendent of
that department, Mrs. "Win. Uowcn,
nt the Y. M. C. A. tending room,
Library, Prison, Police Station and
many other places.
Mrs. L. McCully,our Superintend
ent of tlie press, contributed mi
ai tide every week for tlie Guxctte,
until the opening of tho Legislature,
but during the session of that body,
she discontinued them, the paper
being lillcd with legislative reports.
Thanking the publishers of the
Gazette for their kind courtesy in
lite past, w e ask that wc may still
have a place in their columns in the
futuie. The cditois of tlie dailies
have also been very courteous in
giving notice of our meetings, pub
lishing our repot Is, and so forth,
all of which wc gratefully acknow
ledge. Wc have two auxiliary societies,
one at llilo and another at Wailuku.
MissM. A. Chamberlain, tlie He
couling Secietaryof tlie Hilo Union,
sends us a very interesting repot t of
the past year's work, the substance
of which I will give: This Society
is composed of foreign and native
women and all its proceedings are
carried on in both languages. There
has been a steady growth in tlie
attendance on tlie part of the Ha
waiian sisters, while there has been
a decrease in the attendance of
foreign ladies, on account of the
absence of several fiom llilo. But,
on the whole the average attendance
lias been larger than the preceeding
year. A prominent leature of the
work in llilo is a public union tem
perance meeting, held on the third
Sabbath of every month. The pro
gramme is continually vaiied, en
listing old and young in tlie exer
cises. This is one of the most suc
cessful effoits of the Union in
awakening public interest and in
fluencing public sentiment. In the
month of May and June, special
cffoit was made for the young
Temperance literature and badges
were sent for to aid in forming
"Bauds of Hope," and in June a
very successful celebration was held
in connection witli the exercises of
the llilo Boarding School. Mail' of
the children of the foicign schools
and all of the members of the
Boys' school signed the pledge of a
simple oiganization called the "I'll
Try Band," and some children of
other schools as well as a number of
adults enlisted. In conclusion, she
says, "While all these tilings aie
matters of thankfulness, it is evident
that unremitting activity is tlie only
ground of hope."
The Wailuku Union has kept up
its meetings leguiarly through tlie
year; but its numbers arc small.
Mrs. Widdificld, the Secretaiy, says :
"Our praj'ers have been offered in
harmony with those of kindred asso
ciations, for the success of the W.
C. T. U. work. We miss, at our
meetings, the inspiration and im
petus given to temperance endeavor
by larger numbers in other places.
Yet our aim has been to co-opeiate
in our sphere and to the extent of
our ability, with tlie general move
In addition to these, Mrs. Hitch
cock, of Lahainaluua, is making an
effort to organize a V. C. T. U.
among' the English-speaking ladies
of Laliuina. Wc most heartily bid
her God speed in so worthy an
In summing up tho work of tlie
past year, I find wo have been sow
ing by all waters. We must not
expect a harvest, until time and
patient care dcvelopo the seed sown.
Our woik is just begun. "Lotus
not be weary in well-doing for in
due time we shall reap, if we faint
not." Our president is an elllcient
leader. Doubtless, she ia the light
women in tho right place. Most of
our membeis are earnest, Christian
woman, ready for any good word
and work, and with a leady sym
pathy and conlldcneo in our standard
bearer, wo hope to achieve a giand
victory over this terrible enem' in
tho coining years.
Tho overt acts of the late Legisla
ture must certainly bring about a
re-action in the politics of tlie coun
try; and let lib pray unceasingly
for a triumph of right principles in
the Government of Hawaii. We
need the aid of tlie good men and
women who believe with us and yet
stand aloof from us. "In union is
strength," Let every one who sees
the enormity of the curse of intern
peruiieo join hands with ua nnd
what may wo not hope to accom
plish. Heaven holp us all to see
and do tlie right.
M. A. Hilton Gheene,
Monday, Dec. Cth.
Violation of tho Sabbath ; eight
Chinamen, remanded from tho 2l)th
tilt, were, after trial, found not
guilty, and discharged.
Drunkenness; J. Paiioahu, Koiii
waiwaiole, and J. Anderson, $6
Assault and battery; J. Blown,
Opium in possession: Ah Lung
and Ah Fo; remanded until 8th.
Kinnev and Peterson lor defendants.
Affray on 28th ult. Beti Tene
rio, remanded from the 29th ult, re
manded until moved on.
Tuksdav, Dec. 7th.
Furious and heedless driving;
Kcaitiaui, remanded until the 8th
Assault and battery; Peterson,
remanded until the 10th, ami Kaai
watta, remanded to the 8th.
Larceny ; Ah Pong, remanded to
Drunkenness; Kauakaole, $8,
Kuahini) ami Akauai alias Knliuln,
NewYork.Nov. 15. The World's
London cablegram says : Right Hon.
Henry Chaplin, M. 1'., created con
siderable alarm by his speech to land
owners, tenant farmers and laborers
in Lincolnshiie, in which he hinted
very strongly at protection as a
remedy for the pucsent depression in
English agriculture and manufac
tures. He said that wheat could
no longer bo cultivated with profit
in England and the depression was
effecting other branches of industry.
The destruction of wheat growing
was a danger which the Government
could not ignoie. The country must
decide what it would do in the face
of so great a danger. Duty on the
foicign maiiufactuicd article might
be a remedy. If tlie proceeds of
any such duty were devoted, for
instance, to the encouragement of
wheat-growing in this country, it
would obviate the great danger to
which he alluded, and would tend to
the improvement of both the tiade
and agriculture of the Kingdom,
while still maintaining to the utmost
extent the present cheap prices of
food for the people. He did not see
why there should not bo consider
able reform in the liscal system, by
which taxation might be lightened
and the foreign producer, who used
English markets, be compelled to
pay his fair share toward the revenuo
of the country. Chaplin's speech
has created a great sensation here.
While there is a glowing belief in
tlie necessity of protection as the
only salvation of farmers, who have
been reduced to tlie last extremity
by the importation, free of duty of
products Irom America and else
where, nobody hitherto had courage
to give it expression. It will not,
therefore, cause much surprise if
protective measures are strongly
urged upon -Pailiament dutiug the
next session. Lord Randolph Church
ill, Chancellor of the Exchequer,
said to-day that protection would
undoubtedly help to raise the party
to ride into power in the event of
another Parliamentary election.
LIBELING A STEAMER.
Washington, Nov. loth. A de
cision was rendeied by the Court in
tlie case of the steamer Hanisbtirg
and her owners. The appellants,
Emma S. Riekards et al, appeal
from the United States Circuit Court
for tlie Eastern district of Pennsyl
vania. This was a suit brought to
recover damages for the loss of a
human life through the alleged care
lessness and negligence of the em
ployes on board the steamer Harris
burg. Tlie Court holds: "First
That in the rtsenco of any national
law giving the right of action to re
cover damages for the death of a
human being on the high seas or on
navigablo waters communicating
therewith, a suit in admiralty in tho
coutts of tlie United States cannot
be maintained. Second That even
if an action at law has been author
ized by the statute in the State
where the loss of life occurred, and
a suit can be maintained in admiral
ty against the offending vessel for
damages (a point which, however,
the Couit does not decide), the pre
sent case was begun too late. The
law which gives the light of action
in Pennsylvania provides thnt such
a suit should bo biought within one
year. Five years elapsed in this
case between the time when suit was
brought, and there was no equitable
excuse for the delay. Tlie decieo
of the Circuit Court is reversed,
witli costs, and the case lcmaiued,
witli directions to dismiss the libel.
The opinion is by Chief Justice
Wnite. S. F. Bulletin.
THE TEA CARRYING TRADE.
The uso of the Suez Canal In
moving the tea crop from China to
America is rapidly being abandoned
for the swifter means afforded by
our transcontinental railways. In
1884 tho bulk of tlie shipments were
via the Sue. Caunl. In 1885 tho
shipments by that route to America
were but 9,251,197 pounds, while
San Francisco iccelved I2,'19C,187
pounds. This t ear the imports by
way of San Francisco have reached
20,525,280 pounds, while those via
the Sue. Canal have fallen off to
7,592,019 pounds, Fiom Yoko
hama to New York by tho canal
takes sixty days, by San Francisco
foity-nlno days. Insurance and
freight charges are diminished, and
the tea, being fresher, is said to be
better when brought by the latter
route. N. Y. Sun.
K. O SCHUMAN.
See'y ifc Tron.
Haw'ao. GarriagB MT e Co.
Importers & epis-j. Dealer In
Iron, Cumberland Coal, Hard
: And all kinds of :
Carriage and Wagon Materials.
CO UN EH OF
ALAKEA & KING STREET
and sec the
nJiC? Cutaway Carriages
Wll Phatons, &c,
He has for Mile cheap, befoic purchns
74 Ing chow here.
II. HAOKFELD & Co.
" PAINTING !
Having teemed the Services of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we nio prepared to execute all
House or Sig-n
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Hiiw'nOairingeManf'gCo., (g ill) inO
E. O. Hull & Son, (new issue) 100 100
Bell Telephone, 3J II)
C. Brewer & Co., s 101 100
Woodlawn Dairy, 90 10U
Wailuku Sugar Co., 97 100
Waimanalo, 155 100
Star Mill, 4.-0 500
Reciprocity Sugar Co., 80 10C
Ice Company, 87 100
Inter-Island S. N. Co., 105
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokci
38 Merchant Street. 151 ly
Mer-I$M S. I. Co.,
TJLie Best 3Route
to the World Kenow ucd
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and i-tniinch
SteamerW. C. Hall
Leuvcs Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.si. on
TUESDAY, Det ember 7th,
The steamer passes nlong the entuc
coast of ihe leeward side of Iluwil, af.
fording tourists a panorama of charm,
ing scenery, and will stop at Kei.l'iUe.
kua Buy, where biiilleicut time is allow,
ed tu visit the Monument of Captain
Tourists by this route reach Punaluu
nt 5 o'clock on the duy after leasing
Honolulu, being only one night on the
ves-el, making tho entire passage in
smooth wittei. At Punuluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fiom there tourists will beronvoyed
by railroad to Pallida, thence by stugo
coach to Half.way lloure, where horses
and guide will bu in attendance to con
vey ihem to the Voh nno.
Toiiiihts will have two night and one
whole day at the Volcano liousu.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HARRY ARMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort strict, or at the office of IhuL I S.
N. Co., Esplanade. fittO 0m
Haw. Bell Iclcpliit: Go.
171ROM THE FIRST DAY OF
; nary nex, thn rental f ins'.rui
m j I ijouiii 111 lieu in iiiuAioiiii;in ui umii
Walauao, Waialuu and Kooldiipoku will
bu icdiiced to $5 00 pin- mm t'i.
1 HEREBY give notice that from
nnd after this dale, I will not
be responsible for any debts con
tracted without tlie wiittcn order of
myself or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 1880. 28 3m
O LTJSO 1IAWAIIANO.
ALL persons who want to cominun).
cato with tho Poitueuese, either
for bushiest), or for procuring workmen,
servants or any other helps, will tind it
the most protltahlu way lo advertise In
the I.uso llaxvaiiauo, tho new organ of
tho Portuguese colony, which is pub.
lished on Merchant stitot, Gazctlt Build,
ing. (Post-Olllco Letter Box 12.), and
only charges leusouablo rates for adver
tisements. .. ..-..on... It. ... n l.t ,1... nll1ni. nt V , 1.
LEADS THEM ALL!
Your wlvos and children will rejoico,
Having found tho Sampler Cigar your choice.
ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO.,
21 First Street, 8. P, 89
For sale Everywherer
EGAN & CO.,
The Leading Gems'
Clothing and Fur
BOOTS & SHOES
Hay, Grain, Etc.
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Livermore Hay, " v ,v
Wholo Barley, ' .- ,-'
Crushed Barley, j'
Oil Cake Meal, ;
. Oats, Bran. '
Order left at Office, with N. F. Bur-
gess, U King Slieet, will bepromrtly
attended to. "C9ly -
S. M. CARTER,
Has on hand for sale, In quantities
to suit :
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
Order are henby solicilpd and will
be delivered at any lucidity within iho
TSo. 8S rcijNCJ STREET.
Uotli Teleiilioiicn, 187. , M
And a choice assortment of
Toys! Toys! Toys!
Jiiht received ix "Zenlandla," at
J. T. Waterhouse's
FORT ST. STORE.
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & AliiUon Sheets.
Open every Day and Evening.
Tho Library consists nt tho present
time of over I ive Thousand Volumes.
Tho ReatliuK Room is supplied with
about fifty of the leading newspapers
and peilodio Is.
A Pat lor is piovided for conveieatlou
Teims of membeishlp, fifty cents a
month, payable quartcily in advance,
No foiniullty requited in ioiulng except
feigning the i oil.
Stituigcis fiom foicign countiies and
vlsitois from the other islands aie wel
come to tho looms nt all times as guests.
'This Association having no tegular
menus of suppoit except the dues of
membeis, It is expected that residents
of Honolulu w ho desire to avail them
sehes. of its pi iv lieges, and all who feel
mi iuteiest In maintaining tin Institution
of this kind, will put down their names
and become regular coutiibtitois.
S. B. DOLE. Piesldent,
M. M. SCOTT, VIco-Presldent,
II. A. PARMELEE. Secretaiy,
A, L. SMITH, Tieastu or,
O, T. RODGERS, M.D.,
Chairman Hall and Llbnn. v. Committee
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