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All water riitrs due on term nndlnp
.luiio "0,1887, miifl hcpMd lit ihe ollti'o
of the Honolulu Wiilur Wotks bifoto
15th day of Jatiunry, 1Hs7 All rate re
malolnif unpaid Jauumj f, ISt", will
be subject to nu udditlouul 10 per cunt.
Panics poylug iai - v 11 1 ptc-cit theli
last receipt." CHAS. B WILSOM,
Sup't. llonolulu Winer Winks.
Approved : L. AHOL ,
MlnUtor of ltuerlor.
Honolulu, Hoc. 4, ISSli. 00
BuSHOl' & Uo., UAJSItKKS
Honolulu llitwutiau i mIsiiiiIh
l)rw Kxrlimgi' on the
l3.tnU ol OUH'oruln, . I''.
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NEW YOltK, BOSTON, II0N0 KONG.
.Messrs N. St. Uolhschild A: Son, London
The Cnnwioroiiil Bank Co., ot Swlney,
The Commercial IJ'iuk Co., of Sydney,
Tlie Hank of New Zealand: Auckhuid,
.Clulstchuich. mid Wellington,
The Hank ot Iliill-Ii Columbia, Vic-
luiiu, 11. U., nun I'oiilntid. Or
Tramucl a Oeiieial Hanking Ilii'dnef.
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Pledge t th neither Kt-it ")i Vrtly
But fitablisbrd fir th benefit of all.
FRIDAY. DF.C. 10. 188(5.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURAL
It is with nleasuie that wc learn
of the success of the Royal Hawaiian
Agricultural Society in obtaining
permission fioin Mr. G. N. "Wilcox
and the Hon. II. M. "Whitney to
hokl the Society's fair of May, 1887,
on the spacious and convenient pre
mises on King street, of which Mr.
Whitney is the present lessee. These
grounds, it will be remembered, were
used for the celebration of the -1th
July, in 18So, and their convenient
location, combined with the attrac
tion of :i patriotic programme which
comprised orations, music, and a
goodly supply of edibles, drew to
gether a larger assemblage of people
than was ever known before, or
since on a similar occasion. AVith
favorable weather, the fair of the
Agricultural Society to be held on
the 7th ofJtlay next, ought to prove
:i success, financially and othciwise,
Mr. Dillingham deserves the thanks
of the Society for his prompt action
in the mutter ol obtaining this site,
while a debt of gratitude is due to
Messrs. G. N. Wilcox and II. M.
Whitney, proprietor and lessee res
pectively, of the grounds, for their
display of public spiritedncss in so
readily granting the request.
With the co-operation of a few
prominent gentlemen, who may be
eaid to constitute the active bianch
of the Society, the show bids fair
to be unprecedented in its exhibi
tion of horses, cattle, agricultural
implements, horticultural and llori
culUtral products, and dairy pro
duce. The efforts of these gentle
men, who arc too well known to re
quire their names being mentioned
on this occasion, form the backbone
of the Society, including of course,
ilu indefatigable secretary, Mr. J.
S. Wl)b, and to make it a complete
i)ody it only requires the ribs aud
limbs, so to speak, from gentlemen
on tin' other islands. This suggests
to us the advisability of either add
ing to the committee, or forming
iub-comniilU'CS on ciich island to
.supplement the work of tlu gentlc
jiien iu Honolulu. We use the
word 'Mvoik," advisedly, knowing
from personal experience that to
make nu exhibition u huccess, a
large amount of hard work is jndis
pejibable. In this connection, a
geutlwnnu, not on any uoininittec,
but who was nn enthusiastic member
of the .Society, Captain .John II.
Drown, gave his valuable services
to the Society last year, find what
he undertook to do, was done with
ability and skill. On Hawaii, Maui
and Kmiiii there ici-iilo gentlemen
engaged In i-ains planting and stock
niiBing, and 5li whom we arc per
sonally acquainted, jiml we would
ventuie to Mate, wouUl willingly
give their fcervices in forwarding
the object of the Society. We re
frain from mentioning names, be
cause of the innate modesty of the
geutleiocn ws refer to, but wo deem
our suggestion will bo found worthy
of consideration by fho Execu
tive otIleei-8 of the Society, There
U ample time to make the urrano
ancntii that we "suggest," and have
aeasou to Relieve they would be met
with a ready acquiescence on all
In conclusion, wo cannot do better
than quote the llrsL two Hues in the
second paiagraph of an able attlcle
on llio same subject, by our senior
morning eontuinpnjnry: "The Agri
cultural Society both destines and
needs thr- strong support of tho
LAX TREATMENT or miSONEHS.
It is u'ltoraling what has been
said a thousand times, and every
body iu the community knows, to
suy that the management of the
country's prisoners is inexcusably
lax. Nevetthcless, it is the duty
of public journals to continue their
exertions iu rndeavoring to secure
amendment. It is not with the
management of the jail, or of the
prisoners while within its walls, that
there is dissatisfaction on the part
of decent and law-respecting peo
ple, but with the loose way in
which they arc regulated while out
side. The system of hiring prisoneis
as private servants is decidedly ob
jectionable, and cannot otherwise
than lessen the dread of jail to per
sons disposed to commit breaches of
the law. Hut the special aspect
of convict treatment that now comes
up for comment and animadversion,
is the freedom accorded tho-e gen
tlemen while marching through the
streets or supposed to be wot king
on the roads. A complaint appeared
in litis paper yesteiday, over the
signature of a prominent merchant,
and flic public know that the com
plaint is well founded. The prisoners
inarch through the street in squads,
chattel ing to each other, occasion
ally exchanging words with some
old acquaintance as they pass, and
not 'infrequently stepping out of the
ranks for a few seconds to procuie
something from a wayside stoic.
At the places where they arc sup
posed to l)e at w oi k, they may be often
seen sitting around, smoking, and
having things pictty much their own
way. No doubt, the prisoners them
selves appreciate this kiud of treat
ment, and can scaicely help feeling
that they are a lucky lot of fellows.
As to its having a leforming effect
on them is another question. It is
more likely to make them less care
ful to avoid a second term. Whcic
a prisoner's life is so free and easy,
the thought of prison cannot be a
very strong deterrent to wrong-doing.
We cannot think that those
who break the law of the land, and
incur theieby its penalt', cue en-'
titled to such easy and considerate
THE ENTRANCE FEE TOO HIGH.
It is the opinion of many, and one
in which we concur, that the pro
prietor of the "Panorama of
Kilauca," now on exhibition in
Honolulu, has placed the admission
fee too high. The picture is un
questionably a splendid production,
portraying vividly and truthfully
our great national wonder, and is
well worth seeing. But in these
times of cash scarcity, many people
feel unable to afford payment of a
dollar for a view of the fine painting.
If one-half of that amount were
charged, we are of opinion that more
than double the number of people
would attend the exhibition, and the
proprietor would piolit more than
by the present high ndmiBsion fee.
THE PORTUGUESE BAND.
Kditoii Bui.ixtix: I see in your
journal a motto , which attracts my
attention, and believe that every
body who loves the sacred principles
of liberty likes tho sound of its words,
-"Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
but established for the benefit of
I am in accord with, and admire
the true words of Monsieur V. Lic
ber, in Ids words -"Publicity is a
condition without which Mucrty can
Therefore, I think it is right to
give publicity to anything that will
puJIirliH'ii tho world and build up
said liberty, But not in giving pub
licity to thing fVhjeh are only to
.satisfy tlie iionyof cejtaii indivi
duals, and make the rest of the
people with common sense look upon
it with sarcasm, As for instance,
thu continued pricking in your jour
nal against the Portuguese colony,
as welj as in other journals of this
Why, do you act In this ways'
I it 'because they nre most )o,or
and shipped people that come to
this countiy as slaves, to wojk nnri
till the soil for the iniiiiiteiiniiL 0
their numerous families, and lie
jcuiisc they aie not rich and do not
occupy high positions in the country?
Aie these tlie leasons why you
generally say "thorn was robbery
cominlltPil in such a plape probably
Portuguese)1" Yes, beMove,
htruck the point because a hunter
would rather shoot at a rabbit, (linn al
.don't see any 1 ea son why they
should bo. treated this way, when
they did not implore to come to
thia couutry at first; Uioy weie en
treated to tlo so.
lttpcclnlly, Iu rntrnrd to the Pol
tuguesc Unnd. When It was initia
ted there was it shower of prnWes
from ,oit and nil upon the Portu
guese, because they were going to
start a band, i
Didn't you nl that tinio know that
the band wni going to make noise r
1 think you nre not such a fool a
to not have thought of it. Why
didn't you suggest at first f-omc
suitable locality lor it. No, at that
time nobody said anything against
it, now that it is advancing at fast
strides, ou come to the front and
say that It is a nuisance, &c, and
that it must be lemovod. &c. You
do this, why? Because they are
poor; they have no high standing
in the community ; for that reason
let us all say ciusli them 1 Smash
them I They' have uu right to do
anything, or to stand 'up amongst
Hoping thai you will be kind
enough to excuse my incoricet
Knglibh. As I had no means to
pay for having it written by a learned
person, I wrote it myself, and hope
that you will correct it and give it
The above communication has
been several jaya in hand, and did
not appear earlier because the
writer's name 'was not furnished
along with the letter. The omis
sion having been supplied, the com
munication now nppears.. Our cor
respondent did not seem to under
stand that it is the rule of this
ollice, in common with newspaper
olliccs iu general, not to publish
anonymous matter without knowing
its authorship. With regaid to the
subject-matter of the communica
tion, it is simply absurd. How
ridiculous to say that opposition is
offered to the Portuguese band be
cause its members are poer. Who
is opposed to it? Nobody, that
we know of. We certainly aie not,
but hailed its inauguration with sat
isfaction, and still wish it every pos
sible success. To be opposed to
the band and to be opposed to its
practising wheie its practice be
comes annoying to the neighbor
hood, arc two entirely different
tilings, which any man ol ordinary
intelligence rcadilv understands.
Ed. D. D.
THE FIRE BELL.
An alarm of tire rung out from
the Bell tower a few minutes after
nine o'clock, last evening, and was
repeated until the whole brigade
was out. Engine Co. Ko. 2, the
Volunteer boys and 3'acilic Hose
Company bad been out for drill dur
ing the evening. So close was the
call for active service upon the re
turn fiom practice that the horses
had just been unhitched from the
cngiiiD when the clang of the bell
overhead caused an immediate hitch
ing up again, and the bell had
scarcely done giving the alarm when
the engine was being towed at full
gallop down the street tow;ards the
Pacific Navigation Company's build
ing on Queen street. A volume of
smoke oozing out at tho end of the
ridge between the roof and the small
pediment on the front of tho build
ing was the only visible sign of fnc,
but "was sulllcient to indicate that it
was located somewhere in the upper
stories. The Volunteer boys were
the first to have hose out, but the
Pacific Hose Company got first wa
ter, at the Old Corner, and was
quickly followed by Engines 2?o. 2,
iS'o. 1 taking water from tlie ocean,
and No. 1, at the corner of Xutianu
and Merchant streets.
The building being effectually
closed with iron shutters and doors,
tlie grand dilliculty, at the outset,
was to decide where to begin opera
tions. The smoke indicated lire in
the attic. The third floor is reached
by an outside stairway, on tlie land
ing of which a body of hose men
and Hook & Ladder men
took up their position. From this
balcony, the roof wsis reached, and
axes were Immediately in requisi
tion cutting a holo in tlie roof which
wus after a timo effected. Mean
while, another gang of ope
lators attacked the iron door on
the landing, and after a great deal
of dilliculty, succeeded iu wrench
ing it off, and thus gaining access
to tho third lloor. The hose having
been got in through the roof and
the door, tho drenching out of the
flames was only a matter of a few
minutes. Tho engines bad all the
while been playing water on the
roof and at every point where it
sjemed to be needed. An examina
tion of (lip premises this morning,
leads to the belief that tho lire origi
nated protty close under tie eaves
on the fourth or attic lloor, spread
up over the timbers of the roof, and,
a holo being burned through the
flooi, fcljng coals ignited the fouith
lloor bolow. On jjoth iloors, the
principal damage Is done on the
Ewa side, but tho timbers under
tlie con ugated iron of tho roof are
pretty generally charred, some of
them being burned through. Work
men were engaged yesterday in re
pairing sails on the third lloor, and,
or leayyig, took away the key,
wjiicji accounted for U10 necessity
of wrpnpliiiig olf the door,
It is iinpossjblp (o estimate the
damago correctly, as it probably
lies about half tuid half bolwcou the
ilio and thu water. Tho ground
floor was occupied by tho com
pany's ollice, tho editorial ollice of
thp Jiuocou, Uev. II. II. Parker's
paper; ant) a laige warerooni in
which was stored a lot of grain,
etc. On the becond Jloor was a
considerable variety of goods, e))ip
chandlery, potatoes, calaboBheB,
oars, cto. On the third floor was
piled, on the Wnikiki bide, a couple
of nulls nf ,stili for the Jennie
Walker. Tlirsu sails jccoived little
or no damage, while a sail spreud
on the lloor undergoing lepalrs, was
buiiied. Thoic was not much of
anything on the nttlo lloor, wlicio
the lire seems to linvn originated.
Tho amount of llio damage Is not
yet known. T'ne premises were
turned over to the instrnnco com
panies this ( morning. The adjust
ment of damages and claims will
piobubly occupy some time. The
insitianccs weie: on transient
li eights, about TiOO bags of grain
und sundry packages, 82,000 in tho
Transatlantic, of Handling, Hack
fold & Co., agents.; on the building,
:o000 in the Imperial of Loudon,
A.J. Cartwiight, agent; mid $!!,
0()0 in the London, Livcipool and
Globe, Bishop & Co., agents; on
general merchandise, SI, 500 iu the
Imperial, and SI, 500 in the London,
Livcipool and Globe.
On Saturday, December 11th
At li o'clock noon, lit the store ol llio
Pii'-llle Kuvlgiitlin Co., Queen Street,
we will -'ll at Public Aucl'on, for uc
couiit ot whom ll amy concern:
Golls Manila &
I'ii'ces Coil Duck, and Bigs
Soger, Rice & Bread
D.iliiMg tl by V ro and Walcr on the
uNcniiii' of Die. !'th.
ADAMS & CO.,
0.") 1 1
On Saturday, December 11th
At 1'2 noon, at the Pacific Nnvinn-
giitlon Co's "Warehouse, I will
sell at l'nlilic Auction,
300 BAGS BARLEY.
40 llaga Ilr.m, l?o.cs Gmcurius, nnd
reiser iiorf yils
Hlighlly damaged in the recent fire
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Q 11 Auctioned.
ON SATURDAY NIGHT,
Docciuber 1 1 tli,
At 7 o'clock, ui my Mil urn m, I will sell
nt I'u'ilif Auciio'i, a Grand unit
Well selected Stock if
Bulttihlu for Xmas Pie-unli.
tfir Chairs Specially Provided for Ladies.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Q 2t Auctioneer.
A WOMAN to do light housework
find jiliiiu sewing. German pie.
ferrcd. Apply nt llio 1-acillc Hnrdwaio
Go. oi Iw.
On account of depuiturc,
that entile New House mid
Fine Lot, on I.uuulilo Street.
ubi-d by Mr O. Buvnl. There nre, dr im
Minis, u lurge parlor, dining room, 1 bed
loom, kitchen, punlry and balhioiun;
iiiliiiiH, 3 luigc bid rooms, till supplied
villi closeis. For further information,
apply on the preiuiter. 04 aw
KKWAKI) OK $10, AND NO
iiutulioiiH ntked, will be paid f.ir
the leiiiiu ol ceitulu pcruouul pupeir,
lc-l on Friday niuhl, :tid iust., fiom the
bhoelng thop of Mr. C. II. ilfcou, being
of no vnluu to uny one but the owner.
The paper to lie left at tho Hum.kti.n
UIHou. 01 lw
f"l"MIK uuderbigncd win appointed as
X Aitlgnen in tho DanUrii ploy of
Quong Teen York Kce, of llonolulu, on
the mi September, A. 1). ltJEO, unit nil
persons who hnvu not tiled their claim
with thu undeii-igucd ami do not do to
on or beloio thufcUlli day of December
iusttim. their cluims will not bunllb.wd
us thu undersigned will llio his ncenunih
on tho tho 21st instant lorn final Hear
ing, beforu ihe Hon. A. F. Judil.t Chief
,iiblice. W. C. 1'AltKK.
iiiiw ni;arringe jvianrg uo., oi no
K. O. Wall & bon.ditw issue) 100
Hell Telophono, UJ
C. Hrowui it Co., 101
Wooilluwii Daiiy, no
WtilluUu .Sugui Co., 07
Star Mill. 1-C
Kcolpiiiuty Sugur Co., t-0
Ice Uumpuay, 87
- n r. -.rA'ir.r
Intcr.Islund S, N. Co., 105
L. A. THURStoN, Block llroltei
3dMeichuntBtreet. 161 ly
or i ilk
Saturday Evening, Dec. 11th,
The Proprietor inke ptcnMiro In nn.
linunuIiiLr to tluilt fiends mid tin; i;vuc
nd public, thiil tlicy have remodeled mid
1 edited tho pretiihe) iininedlntclv nboe
Hotel Slice', where on mid nt'or next
SiturJtiy lvo will bu found thu bsst of
The Market n1lbrd.
The Stock wns piirehaed under Ihe
tmpurvWIoii o' .Air. .Ins. Dodil, while
Kns', .Mid having bcui mi long mi the
but-liR"--', he knows the wnnis if (lie
irmle, mill has parch tnd the nrth Iu I lint
will pleii e the nu si ftis Idloup.
'Jhttikiu ur frlend-i mid nitrons lot
p-ul f.ivoi.-, und ilcpiring a i:nutbiitatice
of Ihe Mime,
Wo me, reii etfully join,
01 lw I'rnpilctoc.
AUCTION SALE I
Temple of Fashion!
Positive Closing' Out Sale
of our Entire Stock of
House Furnishing Goods,
Ladies' and Children's Underwear
nnd mimy more iirlieles too uunifi-
ous to mention.
Sales take plnee at our Stoic
at 10 a. m., and
ntTl at. 02 'J I
iec(ied a 1 rge n-sort-
Elegant Meerschaum Pipes,
Cigarette Udders, ite., suitable
Also ii huge i-loek nf nil the most
Popular and Choicest JJrautit ol
Cigars and Cigarettes
Myall, Briar and other Fancy Pipes
Of the Newest De igns, aud Smokers'
Hiquisites nl uveiy kind.
100 Furl Street.
Yokohama to Honolulu Direct
A VESSEL (STEAMKU IF SUF
ficlctit iiidiieimeut is oll'eied) will
leme Y. kohumii for Honolulu direct
about Aim eh ue.t mid will lake freight
and iiiu-scnciib at ery low intef.
Liboiers mid other wishing to pre.
engage piin-ugc for their fninilie.- oi
friends may make ariaiigements with
ibuuiider.ilgueil. For fieluht or passage
0t) apply to t'AU.. IKM1.M.
To Planters and Employers
THE UNDEHSIGNED BEOS T'
intima'ie ihiil liu has made arrange.
ineiits to bring fippi .lapan cxpei fenced
Indies' innid", hoi.semaiils, child) en'
musts, limine mid stable boys, garden,
eib, and general eenauU, agricultural
awl general lulioreis, Miilo'F, Ho.
The knowledge acqiiiied by the tin.
designed of the .Inpaiienu dining his
stay of 10 yciiro in .Tup in eiinh'es him to
select siiitubleperoiib, which will give
satisfaction lotheii cmploycrr.
Persons wihhing to avail ihcninelvcs
of this oppoi Utility to secure good her
vaiitsaml Inboreis will please coinmunl
onto Willi llio uiidcrsignid, who will call
al oU'cir and piivato houses, If defied,
to give inlormaiinii and receive older'.
The uiidcisigi.ed has hud much ex.
peiienee with the laboring ehifscs ot
J a p.. in, aud with his kuriwledgu of Die
liiiiVuiige, inuy be ublc to give valuable
advice' to pbiuteiH and other. Ho is
willing lo yiI plantations, and mills on
Ihe Islands. ' PAUL HOlIM,
No. 1L'8 Bi'i'itaniii ISlieet, or No. 81
Kill ' Stieet. Mutual Tell jihone . 0;i.
JUST OPENED !
rPHE FIRST CONPIGNIIENT OF
JL Piinillc Coast Dlniii-s for 1887.
Cup Diaries, Olllcn Dialled,
Qiuilo UiuileF, Ladies Pocket Diaries,
Gents Pccket Diaries, Willi Valuable
Call oaily.iw they arc selling very fast.
' ' J. II, SOPFR,
in ' 3iviciinnt si,
TO LET OJl LEASE.
A HOUSE AND COTTAGE;, CON
tuining four luro room and four
tin ill rooms; also, stall, cuiriHue house,
with nearly oue unro of pustule and gir
den, nrteslan wuter, etc. t'enns oty
inxicratu Apply to Gr.o. II. Roueut
so.v, I'unahoti, fur key, etc. 1)5 1m
"" FOR SALE,
A PHAETON null two Wel8 of IInr
liess, cheap. For jinrllotilurs up.
ply at the PANTHEON bTABLES,
04 lw or to P. O. Box S07.
Iliu ib si
lias just pcicdved ux Zealunclin. n beautiful Stock of
Fans, 10-Button if id Sieves!
Ruchings, Ladies' White Kid Slippers
Also Misses White Slippers. f
A Fine stock of
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY, ETC.
CO AND SEE HilS R3EW STOCK!
1C8 No. CONuuanu fctrcet. lv
King Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
Has receivid pc.r "Clans Spree kels, ' "DUrovcry," and "Alameda," a choice as.
sorliut'Ul of new goods consisting in purl of
Fie h Apples, Capo Cod Ci.inbenie-, Mince Jleat in Tulw and Tint, Plum Pud.
iline, 1 2 and illli tins; .Maple byiuji, Mur Diip, EuroKa Diips, Honed Tuikey mid
fdiickeu, Lbiich lonue. 11-ui , liiieon, Silmcn in Kits and Tins, Pig Pork, Oil.
Clicene. Laid, Codtl-h, Table Hai-ins-, Curinnts, Dates, Nltis, Dutet's Olive Oil,
Sugar Coin, Peas, blirimn', Sou-cd Mackerel, Oisteis, As orteil Exuucts, Choco
ate, Prime-, Baking Powder, Tia, Flour, Wheat, Com, Poiiuocs, I'niouB, Saloon
Bn a 1, Orai kcrs add L'nkis, Sweei and Sour Pickle-, Choice Ft em li Peas, Blooms,
Curtilu Soap To Jet Soap, Kuiosine Oil, III an and Onlh and a ginernl as,sorlinent ot
Leave your Orders, or Ring up 119. 7M
G-roceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORI'
New Goods received hj every Packet from the Fetttrn Slntcs and Europe
Fre-h Calilomia Pioducelj eieiy Siinmer All oitieit; faitiilully attended to.
und Goodt deliverid to any part ol theiilj tneof chaigc. Island oiders t-oli-cited
SaliHiidioii gunniiitiid. lst OftU e I n 14i. Telerdioni' No. fia. 1(18 ly
LEWIS & CO.,
Importers anil Dculci-H In
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Etc., Etc.
A nlcea$fortmentof Crosse iVsIllnek well's and J. T. Morton's Engl Isli Groceries
uluivs on hand. AIsj, a full line of the leading American brands of
Fresh Goods of tho Siaon on IOE received by every steamer of tho Oceanic
S S. Oo.V line.
" TO ItENT.
THE COTTAGE now occupiid by
Mr. K. V. Tucker, contnlning six
rooms, Inilh loom, pantry, vernmlu toiiiii,
eip. Tbero aie nUo slables, ennige
house, sei vint's room, nil in good order.
Apply to E. Ii. IILNI RV, nt Pacific
Ilaidwaro Co.'s Store, Fdil St. ItCtf
COTTAGE TO LET.
UHKiailEI) OH UNFURNISHED
A Cotingj on Luunlilo and PiiUoi
blreits, furnislied cninpleto .ir House,
keeping. Use ot horxe and rnrrlugo;
large gulden. Apply to
CI I A S.J FISHEr,,
49 If Cor. Foil ifc'Hfllel Sis
GOOD PAS'IUKAGE Full HORSES.
Apply to FKHD.IOUNSON
Oltf Lovis Bakeiy,
A NEW SLOOP. SS fed
long, 7 feel 0 inches beam,
u tjut (tepwi oi noiu, aim nyi
tons burden, with sails com.
pleto. 'llio vessel Is iu peifect older
und will bo sold cheap. Apply to
88 1m E.R. RYAN.
lime ! !
Gents' Neckwear in
New Photograph llooins.
OVER Nichol's .loio, Fort street,
next tho Shooting Gnlleiy, Pic
uiri's, Pottialts and views. Fitst-olass
woik. Satibtuitioii giKiinutced.
i0 lv .1. A. GO SALVES.
AND DEALERS fN
AND KING STREETS.
P. O. Box 297.
II. M. ULNSOS.
0 W. SMITH.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturing and Dispensing
113 As 1 II Fort Stieet, - - Hotuluju.
Depot for liourlolte & Schreck's
Rlck-etkei'h Perfumes and Toilet
' Kcriul-ius, J 0Jly
rpilK well ki.offu Old Coiner
X I'rcmiM'N. Apply at the Jlh'A
VEU aAl.OuN, "7V
STOCK FOR SALE.
rpEN LAUGH SIZE HAWAIIAN
L Mule, btokcti to saddle; brid at
Kiinloa Rincli, Plica $100 each. Also
uvural twoyeai.old lloiso Colt, shed
by ''Triumph," son t f " Castlus Jl Cla',
Jr." Apply to 0. 1I.JUDD,
D 3 1 ui or Ale. J Itortwrig lit.
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'&m.!&utes Jk-Hitfurtb 'i
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