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JOHN ITT, IB. 8 Kaalmai
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, GCPtfER AND
993 SHEET IBONVVORK
(Formcily Willi Samuel NotO.
Inlor(i mul Denloi in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS. LAMPS,
CKOCKKltY, GLASSUAltK, IK. USE FUKN1.UHJNU IIANDWAIIE,
AOATi: IKON AND TINWARE
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block - Fort Street.
t3T Store formerly ociipl.-i I N '1' , " rs.ti SproukiU & Co.'g Hunk. -a
TS'o-w GooiIh l.v
jr. hopp & oo.
74 King Struct.
Manufacturers and Importers of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds oi Jobbing promptly altcndcd to.
CHAIRS TO RENT
For Bal's or Parties in small or Hi go
89 quantities. ly.
JT. H. S013EB,
(Successor lo J. M. Oat, Jr. & Co.)
Dealers In all kinds of
The Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand at the Gazette Jiock, Merchant
ST The English Admiialty Chaits
always on hand. 1 by
4 LL orders for Cartage promptly at
JL 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 lowest prices.
Ollice, adjoining E. P. Album? & Co.'s
unction ti oin.
8iJ3 ly Mutual Ti lephoiin No. 10.
Health is Wealth
Dn. IS. 0. West's Nkfive and Ilaxin Tiikai.
MexT, n Kiiarnntci-d bjh'cICo for ll)urin, l)lz4
noB, Convulsions. Jits, Ncrroun Nt'Uriiljiii,
or alcohol or tobacco, WukutulncxH, Muntal l)c
jmmton, Hoi toning of tlio Drain, romiltiiiK in in.
uuilly and Iniutiutr t misery, iloniy nml death;
l'rematuro Old Alio, JlarrcniiPBS, Loss of I'onor
in eitlwr box. Jnxiinntury Ijohdch und Kpormiitur
rliaea, cawtml by ovcr-oxnrtion of tho bruin, self,
ubuso, or over-lndulconcc. Knelt box rontitiim
ono nionth'u treatment. SI. TO n liax, or nix buxm
or $5,00, Bout by mail prepaid ourocoiptof inii.t.
WK UUAUAXTKK HIX HOXEH
To enro any caso, Wlthoachoritcrrrcclml by im
lor mx boxen, accompanied willi $5.00, wo will
onn tho purchaser our writton tiuuruntt-a to r
fund the money if tlio trontmont docs not uffeit
A euro. uuurnntoosatsuodonlyby
jtoiijiHi' nj't, .V; eo."-"
T WE will Mr lb Wt rftrd for nj MM of Llw Compltlot
I7ijp.I. fifck HctiMba, ItiJlaitbio, ContlptloD or Cottlrruut.
wf omnMlcuro wllb WmI' VtztUbla Ultr WU, mUtt lU diro
Ileal wo tr!cUy ffooolud with, TUy on purtljr HfUlli, uid
MvorroJ! U ftlf ulUfoelloo, 0e;tr CoaUd, lrgo toin,ria.
UloUj 0 pllli, l( cicli. JTor ulo ty U drvteMi. Vi.oif of
toootofftaa mud lmlUUool. Too fcoulno Ktoufacturc4 )ot ti
IU1IM O. W3T CO., III & l3 W, lloJIua El., Ctkice.
JJollIutor '&. Oo.,
00 Cat Wholesale and IJctull Agents.
Hardware Co., L'd
HONOLULU, II. I.
Novelties in. DL.iamj 5roois,
Anew Invoice of Lanterns. Kcinscni! 'Ml of the very
Best Quiilitv, Stoves, Kiinpi" mill Tinwnrer
FIUE-PKOOF .SHINGL.K PAINT,
Recommended liy Flic Underwriter of Iran Francisco,
etc , etc. A"n actual Protection against Fire.
Harden Hand Grenades,
A Small Lot, to Close Consignment.
Full lines of llnidwnre, Agricultural implement, etc.
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Keceived ex Zealundiu,
70 J Queen .t Fott Street Slorex. . ftf
Having now passed into the hands
of responsible parties is prepared at
shoit notice to do nil Washing in a Su
pcriorj Manner, A conti.lerable
.has been made from the scale of
former rates', and
Satisfaction is Guaranteod to All
Who will favor the Establishment
wil)rn trill). L&0
Crystal Sofla forts
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Fodn, Lemonade, r-'tlimpaiilja
Fruit fcjymps and EiBcnces and
iiiiulo fi iii ti n pin o Apple, all of which
wi giiiiinuteo to Le Ihe l.iitt.
Hay We nl.-o Invite parties intending
Mni lit (r noii-s lui (lie ride of iced
Milks and wMilog iiiuntnln supplies,
toteal on u I eiore jjoing dsewlieie,
Tlie Crystal Ma Works,
I'.o l'i. :i:. ti n-ii iii,
Bell Telephone, : : 298
Mutual " j : ; 330
Tlio Intor-Isliiiid Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep foiiMnntly on licirl for sale
Steam Family and Black' mith goal
and a general nutriment of
Bar Iron. ly
VAN'S BOAT BDILDINO
SHOP. JU-ur cf Lut!. Mil).
rooats wo M5i.
l?UJlNIblIEI) KOOMS TO LET AT
KcwhIo, by (lie day, weui; or mouth.
Apply on premises to
Wo should Blot Out Disonso
in Its Early Stages.
Tliu disease eoinmenecH with it slight
derangement of the htomncli, but, If
neglected, it in time imolvct thu whole
triune, embracing thu kldiiei, liver,
paueieas, nml in iact the enllie gland,
ular system ; and thu nlllicted drags out
u miserable existence until death gives
relief from buUerltig. Tlio disease is
often mistaken for other complaints;
but if the reader will ask himself tlio
following questions ho will be able to
determine whether he himself is one of
the allllotedt Have I dlMrcss, pain, or
dilllculty in breathing after eating.? Is
there a dull, heavy feeling, attcnited by
diowsinesHV Have (ho eyes n yellow
tinge? Does a thick, silcky muooiu
gather about the gums and teeth in tlio
moiiilngs, nceoinpnuied by u disagree,
able taste? Is tbu tongue coaled? Is
there pain in Ihe sides and back? Is
tlieio a fullness about the light side as
It' Hie liver weie cnlmgiiig? In there
vertigo or dizziness when rising slid.
denlj fiom mi hmiontal position? Aie
tlie bccrrlions lioni the kidnejs highly
eolouted, willi a deposit after stand ing?
Ones food fetmenl soon after eating,
nrrnmpnnicd by llaluteuce or belching
of gas fiom the stomach? lstheiefie
queiit pulpilatlon ollheheail? These
ai lolls symptoms may nut be piesentat
one time, but they torment tlie sufferer
in turn as tlie dreadful disease pro.
giesses. If the ease be one of long
standing, there will be n dry, hacking
cough, attended after a time by e.pec
toratiob. In ery advanced stages the
skin assumes a (lirty biownhh appear
aliee, and the hands and feetaieeovcied
by a cold sticky perspiiatlon. As ihe
liver and kidneys become more and
more dl.-oased, ihciimaliu pains appear,
and tlie usual treatment piovis entirely
unavailing against the latlei agonising
disoidei. The origin of this initially is
indigestion or dyspep-ia, and a small
quantity of Ihe 'proper nudicliio will
leinove the disease if laken In its incip
iencv. It is mom iinpoitanl LlmL tlie
dlse.t-o should be promptly and properly
treated in its first tinges, when n lilllu
medicine will ell'ert a" cute, and even
when it has obtained u stlong liold the
coned lemedy should be perevoicd in
until every vestige of the ditciv-e is
eiailicated, until the nppetitu lias return
ed, and the digestive organs restored to
a healthy condition. The Miicst and
mokt ellectual remedy for this distress
ing complaint is "Selgel's Cmative
Syrup,'" a vegetable picpaiation sold by
all eliemi'-ts and mdiciue vendors
llieougliout tlie world, and by the pi o
prietors, A. J. White, Limited, London,
E. C. This Svrvp sti ikes at the very
foundation of tlie disease, and drives it,
loot and brunch, out of the system. Ask
your chemist for SeigclTs Curative
"East-street Mills, C.nnbridgc-hcalh,
"London, E. C, .Lilly 24th, 186a
"Sir, Jt gives me gieat pleasure to bo
able to add my testimony in favour of
your valuable Syrup as a curative agent.
I had sullercd for some length of time
from a severe form of indigestion, and
the long train of distressing symptoms
following that disease. I bad tried nil
possible means to get relief, by seeking
tlie best medical advice. I had swallow
ed sufllcient of their slufl'to tloat a man.
ol-wur., so to speak, but all to no avail.
A friend of mine, coming on the scene
in the midst of my Mill'erlngs, brought
with hlni a bottle of jour Seigel Syrup;
ho advised me to try it, stating he felt
confident it would benefit me. lielng
weary of trysng so many drugs, I con
(leiuued it before tiial, thinking it could
not porsibly .lo me any cor,d, but ulti
mately determined to take the Syrup.
After doing so for u shoi l time it work
ed s'icli a change in me that I continued
taking it for nearly two months, and I
then felt thoroughly cured, for I have
discontinued its Use" for five weeks, and
feel in the best of health, and can oar-
take any kind of food with ease and
comfoit." 1 am therefore thankful to
you that, through the instrumentality of
your valuable medicine, I am rcstore'd to
the state of health I now enjoy. Yours
truly, W. S. Fousteu.
"To"Mr. A. J. White."
Those who arc in tlie "Asthma
Furnace" should lore no time in obtain
ing relief by tlie use of "The Hosing,
weed Tr Mixture," hut do not use the
medicine unless you will follow all the
directions "lo tlio letter."
Poor Asthma sullercrs, who nro
strangers to "tired Nature's sweet
restorer, balmy sleep," should mako use
of "The llosinweed Tar Mixture." Quiet
refreshing sleep will follow its use
"Waterloo House, London Stile, Chis
wick, 'February 17lli, 1882.
('Messrs, Wnlto nml Co,, London.
'Gentlemen, It is with ttreat pleas,
tire- that I add my testimony to the
wonderful effects of Seigcl's Syrup. For
years I mid been Buffering from bilious
attacks, which begun with giddiness;
then a mist wojild come before my eyes,
no Dint I should notbo able to recognise
tiny one orniiythjiig a tlio distance of a
yard or two fiom my face, Tins would
be followed by excessive trembling of
my knees, so that I could not stand
without support; after which ft severe
headache would occur, lasting often two
or three dags. I have tried various
remedies for these disticsslng symptoms,
but nut)) I tried Solgol'ii Syrup I had no
relief. Since then J Juiyo had excellent
health in every lvr-peet, and if oyer I
feel a headache coming on I take one
dose of the Syrup, which arrests It.
Iloplng that this testimonial may he tlie
nieuns of Indiiplpg otien (who suffer as
I used) to tiy the Syrup, us J feel spre
tliey will receive speedy benellt and
ultfnnitoiy be cured, I beg to remain,
"A. II. IIOItTON."
Selgel's Operating Fills prevent 111'
ciiecis irom cxeoss in eating or drink
ing. A good doco nt bcd-tinio renders
it person lit for busludes in the morning.
If you have Asthma use1 'The Itosinwecd
lu guUaj ilitt
THURSDAY. DEC. I), 188G.
THE EDUCATION OF CHILDREN.
smil: suonnsTioxs to thi: iioaui of
i'itr.i:noi.iir.UH rnr Tin; iikimiiy siifr.it-
inti;ndi:nt or schools.
Joseph O'Connor, .Hoputy Super
intendent of Schools, litis completed
Ids minimi report, in which lie throws
out some interesting suggestions.
Ho speaks of tho fntilt found by
parents, who complnin tlint their
sons, although attending our best
schools, arc not able to perforin
simple sums nrlslng out of dally pur
chases of groceries or other articles
of household necessity,' and slates
that there is no use denying their
truth. If would become teachers,
lie holds, lo be ready to admit that
parents, speaking fiom their every
day observation, 111:13' be right, and
if they prove to be, to find remedies
for tlie errors which they point out.
Air. O'Connor bays that three
years ago he prepared a course of
studies, which was carefully watch
ed and amended from time to time.
This year he had most important
amendments to offer such, for ex
ainplc, of confining tlie attention of
the lowest grades almost exclusively
to the study of language and objects,
after kindergarten, methods, ami
postponing the sttitly of all but the
simplest arithmetical problems to
tlie years of the higher primary and
grammar grades. He had felt
pleased at being able to make Die
amendments re 1 erred to, in antici
pation of the comfort they would
bring to both teachers and pupils,
when he suddenly discovered that a
course of studios hud been prepared
under the direction of tlie Commit
tee on Classification, hi many
points the new course did not differ
very materially from the course he
had previously prepared ; but the
differences were in the wrong direc
tion. They increased tlie work
where his amendments would have
Parents complain that "it takes
my child too long to learn enough to
enable him to make a decent living."
The complaint is well founded.
Kiglit years is too long a time to
spend in acquiring the modicum of
useful knowledge possessed by a
graduate of the First grade. If the
period can be shortened without
injury to the pupil, if this work of
eight years can, in most instances
be performed in six years, then
there would be not only u great sav
ing in time for both parents and
pupils, but a corresponding saving
in expenditure for the city.
"Can this saving be made, nml if
so, how? 1 say it can in tlie follow
ing manner: First Keduce the
number of grades In the primary and
grammar departments from eight to
six. Second Let the time for com
pleting the work of each grade be
one year or a year and a half,
according to the proficiency of the
pupil. Third Promote from class
to class ever- six months."
In referring lo promotions of
pupils, he says: "The promotion
of undeserving pupils at the solici
tation of parents since the discon
tinuation of the annual examinations,
was an act of weakness which could
not have occurred if we had a
Board of Inspectors or a Board of
Education able arid willing to ex
amine tlie classes. The poor stand
ing of many of the sohools, its shown
by tho May examinations, was the
direct result of the mismanagement
referred to, and does not argue
either dull pupils or poor teachers."
Ihe following suggestions arc
made for the consideration of the
Board of Freeholders ;
"That tJ'P Sphpoj pppartment
shall bo under tho control and
management of a Board of Educa
tion, which shall be composed of the
Superintendent of Public Schools
for the city and county and of four
School Commissioners, to be appoint
ed by thp Superior Judges of tlie
oity and county) provided, that if in
181)0 the population of the city and
county shall have reached 900,000,
one addltionnl Commissioner shall
be appointed, and whenever there
after the decennial census shall have
shown the population of the city and
county to have reached 350,000,
400,ppp, -ljO.OOp, etc., an additional
Commissioner shall bp appointed
for every such increase of 50,000
inhabitants over and aboyp tjip tf00,
''School Commissioners shall bo
appointed for a term of four years
by a majority voto of the entire
Bench of Superior Judges; provided,
that the first body of Commissioners
appointed shall so classify tlienmclvcs
by lot that one of them shall go out
of ntllco jn one year, one in two
years, one in three years and one in
SphooJ Commissioners must have
had at jeast ten years' pxpcrlenpo jj
teaching, five of which inust have
been in the pqbio schools of tills
Mr. O'Connor also recommends
that some plan should bo adopted
for lessening the labor of preparing
The report concludes with sugges
tions legardlng tho establishment of
kindergarten schools, and strongly
urges n scheme of putting tho educa
tional affairs of tho department in
tho bauds of a salaried Board of
Education. S, F, Bulletin,
TO GET BID OF WARTS,
The arsenic treatment is wel
adapted for warts. Tho top of the
wart should cither he sliced off with
a sharp knife, cut off with a pair of
scissors, or destroyed with a drop of
some caustic, such as nitric ncid.
It is then to bo painted with the
arsenic solution two or three times a.
day. In n short time it undergoes a
cliairge nnd nppcar to break up into
a number of pieces. It may then
be removed or turned out without
the slightest pain or dilllculty.
There are several other means of
getting rid of warts. Their vitality
is low, and they nro usually readily
destroyed by the application of the
caustic or astringent. The strong,
acetic acid known as the "glacial"
acetic acid, is often used for this
purpose. It should be applied with
a glass rod until tho wart is pretty
well sodden with acid. It may have
to be applied more than once, -nnd
care should be taken to prevent it
from coming in contact with the
skin, or it may cause a blister.
Small wnrln occurring in numbers
may usual 1 ho got rid of certainly
and painlessly by keeping them con
stantly moist by n lotion made by
adding two drams of dilute nitric
acid to a pot of water. Lunar
caustic is sometimes used for warts,
but its action is us n rule, too super
ficial to be of much service. When
the warts or watty growths occur on
tlie nose, lips or any pait beside the
hands, chromic acid may be used.
The solution is made by dissolving
a hundred grains of crystallized
chromic acid in an ounce of water.
The solution is best applied by the
aid of a pointed glass rod, or when
a large quantity is required, by
means of a small glass tube drawn
to a point. Only so much should
be applied as will saturate tlie
diseased giowth, and it should not
be brought in contact with the sur
rounding tissues. Any superlluous
acid is to be removed by a piece of
blotting-paper or wet lint. The
application usually produces only a
little temporary smarting, unless,
indeed, the part is ulcerated, when
the pain is more severe and of longer
duration. After the application of
chromic acid it is a good plan to
dress the part with lint dressed in
lead lotion, as it relieves the sore
ness and restrains the inflammation.
Under the influence of this treat
ment the growth usually rapidly
wastes, in some cases being thrown
off altogether and in others under
going a partial, though distinct di
minution in size. In the majority
of cases one application suffices, the
cure being complete in from four to
eight days. When, however, the
warts arc very large, repeated ap
plications may be necessary,
Great Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Living Six Years Without
Going: to Bed.
Mn. Editor: hlie spending a fe.w
days at the pleasant seaside lowu of
Aberystwith, Cardiganshire, Wales, 1
heani related what seemed 10 me cither
a fabulous story or a murffelloiis cute.
The story was that a poor suffi-Ttr who
had not bten able to lie down pi Led for
six long years, given up to die by ull the
Doctors, had been speedily cured by
some Patent Medicine. It was related
with the more implicit confidence from
the circumstance, as was said, that the
Vicar of Llanrystyd was familiar with
the facts, and could vouch for the truth
of the report.
Having a little curiosity to know how
such stories grow in travelling, I took
ho liberty while til the village of Llun
ryttyd lo call upon the Vicar, the Hev.
T. Evuns, and lo enquire about this
wonderful cure. Though a total stran
ger to him, both he and his wife most
graciously cntcrtuinul me in a half
hour'sconvcrsaiion, principally touching
the case of Mr. Pugb, in which ihev
seemed to take a deep and sympathetic
interest, having been fiiVnilinr with his
sulleiingu, and now rejoiced in what
seemed 10 them u most remarkable cure.
He strongly vouched Jlr, Win. Pugh's
character as a respectable farmer mid
worthy of credit. I left the venerable
Vicar with a livelier sense of ti e happy
relation of it pastor and people, feeling
that he was one who truly sympathised
with all who nro atUictt-'il in in I ml, body,
On my return to Aberjmwlth, I was
impressed with 11 desire to seo Mr. Ptigh,
whoso reputation stood so high. His
faun is called Paiicom.Jlawr, signifying
"above the dingle," situated near the
summit of a smooth round hill, over,
looking it beautiful valley in which is
situated the lovely ivymnutlcd Church
of Lliuiddelnol. I found Mr. Pugh,
apparcully about 40years old, of mtdlum
height, rather blight, with a pleasant mid
intelligent face. I told him I had heard
of his gieat nlll lotion uml pf ijs I'epiark.
able upd almost miraculous reiki, and
that J had enuio to Jcuru from his own
lips, what there was of truUt in the ic.
Mr. Pupli remarked that his neigh,
bors hud taken it kindly and symp
athetic inteifBl in his case for many
years, but of late their interest had been
greatly awakened by a happy chango in
his condition. What you report us hnv.
ing lieiud ubrniid, bind he, is stibstunt
hilly true, with one exception. I never
unedrstood thai my case was ever given
up as hopeless by any l'hyslelan, I
have been treated by several Doctors
hereabouts, as good as any in Wales, but
unfortunately no piescrpiton o( ttels
Over brought to desired relief.
Fifteen years ago, lie sulil, I first be.
came conscious of it sour ami deranged
stomach and Joes of appetito, which the
Doctors told mo was Dyspepsia. Whot
lood I could hold in my siomuch seem
ed to do me no good and was often
thrown up with painful retchings. This
was followed after u time with u hoarse
ness and a raw soreness of the throat
which the Doctors called bronchitis,
nnd I was treated for that, but with
liiile success. Then came shortness of
breath nnd u sense of suffocation, cspc.
chilly night, with clam my sweat, and
would have to get out of bed nnd some
timoj open a door or window n winter
weuther to n)l my lungs with the cold.
K. O FUIIUMAN.
Scc'v A: Trens.
Haw'au. GarriagB MT' Go.
Iron, Cinuborland Coal, Hard
: And nil kinds of :
Carriago and Wagon Materials.
ALAKEA & KING STREET
nnd see the
f?. "55 Cutaway Carriages
r' Phaetons, &c,
Ilr has for side cheap, before purohns'
7-1 Ing elicit lieie.
II. IIACKFELD & Co.
Having 1 ecu ted the Service's of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we nre prepared to execute all
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
niTT Amiifrn nni7m
Ra s !
Haw'n Carnage Manf'g Co., f 90 IPO
E. O. Hull & Son, (new issue) 100 100
Bell Telephone, !i;l 10
C. Brcwerfc Co., till 1C0
Woodlawn Dairy, !iti 301)
Wailuku Sugar.Co., !I7 100
Waimanalo, " 153 100
Star Mill, 4n 500
Reciprocity Sugar Co., 0 10C
Ice Company, ' 87 100
Intcr-Island S. N. Co.," 105
L. A. THUKSTON, Stock llrokci
38 Merchant Street. 151 y
r-Islanfl S. I. Co.,
to, the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and staunch
SteamersW. G. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock .a.m. on
TUESDAY, December 7th.
Tho steamer pastes along the entne
coast of the leeward side of lliiwil, af.
fording tourists a panorama of charm
ing scenery, and will stop nt Kenlake
ktut Bay, where sufficient time is allow
ed to visit die Monument of Captain
Tourists by this loute reach Punnliiu
at fi o'clock on tlie day after leining
Honolulu, being only 0110 night on the
vessel, (milking tho cntiro pnssngo in
smooth water. At Puiuiluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from thoiu lout Ists will be conveyed
by lallrond to Pallida, thence by stage
coach to Half.wny House, whole horses
and guides will bo in attendance to con
vey them 10 the Volcano.
Tourists will have two nights nnd one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HANKY AllMITAGE,
Agent, nt Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Foit slr(et, or nt the office 'of the I. "f 'S.
N. Co., Esplanade- TO d"
" ' ' "" L' ' I III. .1.
Haw. Bell TclipliLiiiii Co.
17K0M THE F1NST DAY (
? unry nex', the lenlal i ins
111 present in use in ihe Districts of ICun,
Walnnno, 'Waliiliia and Koolaupoko will
hu reduced to iji" 00 per moi tli.
07 1m 1'iesldiiit.
HEREBY give notice that from
and after this date, I will not
bo responsible for any debts con
tracted without tho written order of
myself or wifo.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 188C. 28 Jim
O LUSO IIAWAIIANO.
ALL peiions who want to communi
cate with tho Poitugueso, eitlier
for business, or for procuring workmen,
servants or any oilier hejps, will find it
the most prolltahle way to advertise In
the Lvfa Jiiwaiiauo, the now organ of
the Portuguese colony, which Is pub.
llshed on Merchant stuct, Gazette Uuild.
inp, (Post-Oillco Letter Uox E.), and
only charges lensouublo rates for iidvet-liBeincuU.
tR- ,y Viyj&?
I i ...
LEADS THEM ALL!
Your wlvos and children wlll.rejolco.
Having found tho Samplor Cigar your chofco.
ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO.,
21First Street, S. F. 80
For eale Everywhere.
EUAN & CO.,
The Leading Gents'
Clothing and Fur
BOOTS & SHOES
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal,. .
Order left nt Office, with N. F. Bur
gess, 4 King Street, -will be promptly
attended to. C0ly
S. M. CARTER,
Has on hand for sale, In quantities
to suit :
Doparture Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
Wheat, etc. '
Orders nre heriby solicited nnd will
be deliver d at any locality within tlio
No. 8S2 KIjNO STREET.
i(Ii Telephones, 187. M
And a choice assortment of
Toys! Toys! Toys!
Jutt teceived c. "Zciilnndfaat
J. T. Waterhouse's
FORT ST. STORE.
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Aliikcti Sircciu.
Open every Day nnd Evening.
The IJbrary consists at the present
time of over Five Thousand Volumes.
The Heading K00111 is supplied with
nbout fifty of the leading newspapers;
A Parlor is provided for conversation
Terms of membership, fifty cents a
mouth, payable (jiiiirteiiy in advance.
No formality required in joining except
signing the roll.
Strangers from foreign countries nml
visitors from tho other islands nro wel
come to tlie rooms nt all times us guests.
This Association linvliig no regular
means of support except tho dues of
members, It Is expected that residents
of Honolulu who desire to avail them
selves of Its privileges, and all who feel
1111 interest in maintaining nn institution
of this kind, will put down their names
mid become regular contributors.
S. U. DOLE. President,
M. M. SCOTT, Vice-President,
11, A. PAHMELEE, Secretary,
A. L. SMITH, Treasurer,
O, T. HODGEHS, M.D.,
Chairman Hall and Library Committee,
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