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Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
(Formoily with Samuel Noll).
Import ei unci 13oilcr in
CROCKERY, GLASsWAKE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
AUATK IKON AND TINWARE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company,
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
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PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
(Successors to Dillingham & Co., & Samuel Nott.)
New Goods for the Holidays! Silver Plated "Ware
in New Designs.
From the very bes makers.
A. Complete Steele of Goods in JUvory ILiiie.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU. or.
J. HOJPJP Sc OO.
74 King Street.
Manufacturers and Importers of all
k nds of
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds ol Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHAIRS TO RENT
For Balls or Rallies in small (rlirge
891 quantities ly.
J. H. SOPER,
(Successor to J. M. Oat, Jr. & Co.)
Dealers in all kinds of
The Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand at the Gazette Block, Merchant
3?" The English Admiralty Charts
always oniiand. 1 by
It -AY MUSK.
LL orders for Cartage promptly at
JA. tended to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
to buil at lowest prices.
auction i' 0111,
932 ly .Mutual
F. I'. Adams &. Co.'s
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Health is Wealth I
Dn. E. C, West's Nebve and Hiiain Thkvn
Hent, a guaranteed tpoclfio for Jlymurm, DIzzl.
naw. Convulsions. i?iU, Norroim Ni-urnlum,
JIelncti.MrTou(PriBtratIon.cuusc(l by tlioutu
of atrahof or tobacco, Wnkiifalnoxu, Mental Do.
rinw.ion, Softening ot tho llraln, resulting in in.
sanity nnd lending to misery, decay and dcitlr,
l'rwnsturo Old Ako, Ilarrpnneiw, Loos of J'imer
In cither yex. Involuntary Ixwsca mid Hiiorinmor
rbesa, caused by oter-oxertion of tho bruin, filf.
uuue, or over-induleonoe, Each box contain
ons month's treatment. $1.03 a box, or nix lioxei
(or $3.00, sontby muil prepaid on rocoipt of price.
WE GUAItAXTEK HIX IIOXT.S
To cure any case. With each onlerrooeived by iih
fur nix bozos, uccorapunitxl with $5.00, wo will
wind tho purchaser our written uaranteo to re
fund the money if the treatment dues not cffocl
jicuro. Ouarantoos issued only by
joxjHrM v jilt .t co.
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ttyifwptU, bUk llM4uk.lfidlgwtkB ComUFaoo or CoiUvtotii,
wt caMft cut with Wtil'f V2Ublt Urt r fiUi, b a tb dirre
(! u ttJk-tly omplU4 wlOu Tb.y art futif ytf utU, gai
lv.rbJ! ioclrt utkluUon, Btur CoUd. Luf totii,roa
Uliliif M pllli, M lull, Hit Mil Vy U ilnirlill, Cii. ft
l.anUr&iW u4 UnluUoci. Til. (toalot tnuvlMturid oolr If
I01IN C. WEST CO., 1)1 SJ W. tOdlMO St., CLk,i
Tim Utal fuXif lulb cuU prnl4i. riulyl of 1 iut iusp
riolllMtov b Co,.
HO tm Wholcdale and Hctall Agonlr,
Til, CnPl-EB AND
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zealamlia,
J. T. Waterhouse's
70J Queen & F'rt Street Store, if
Having now passed into the hands
of responsible parties is prepared at
short notice to do all Washing in a Su
perior Manner. A considerable
has been made from the scale
former rates, and
Satisfaction is THuaranteod to All
Who will favor thu Establishment ,
iih a trial. 50
Crystal Sofia forks
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon foda, Lemonade, rartaparilla
Fjuit Sjrups and EKicnees. and
Hindu ti in H v pure Apple, all of which
we nuiintiiteu lo be tho best.
JST We n Uo inviiii parties intending
taniig ktoiii- loi lhc mle of ictil
ilrrjlti and uihliing iiiiiilnin supplies,
tokcall on iih 1 cfoic eoii'f; ihewhcie.
The Crystal Sofla Worts,
P.f) U.x IWTlII.ii bin.
Bell Telephone, : : 208
Mutual " : : : 330
Tho Intor-Island Steam
Tfavlgatioii Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on linnd for sale
Steam Family aDd BJaekimith Coal
ami a gdicral asoitment of
415 Bar Iron. ly
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Utarcf gurus' JUIl.
no 03i s
TO LET. w 1. ?n i .. en .. n .. i : ...
17URN1S11LM) ROOMS 'JO LET
X Kuwait), by lliu day, wcck 01 month.
Apply on promises lo
c8 Im V. J. KAHALEMAUNA.
Wo should Blot Out Disonso
in Its Early Stngcs.
The disease eommi'iices with a'sllght
deiaugetneui of the slomauh, but, If
neglected, it In time imolvcs the whole
ir.tinu, enibrnuing thu kiduevs, lter,
pancreas, and in" fact the uniliu gland,
ular system; and thu nlllicted dinj;' out
a miserable! evlstciiee xinlll death gives
relief from suffering. The dlseai! Is
often mistaken for other complaints;
but if the reader will ask himself the
following question he will be nblc to
determine whether he himself is one of
the tiilliutcd: Have 1 tliMrei-i, pnin, or
ditllctilty in bmUhiiiir after cntinc? U
there n dull, heavy fueling, attended by
drowsiness? Have the eyes n yellow
tinge? Does a thick, Micky mucous
gather about the gums and teeth in the
mornings, accompanied byadisagr.ee.
able taste? Is the tongue coated? Is
there puiu in the sides nnd hack? Is
there a fullness about the rigid side as
if the liver weie enlarging? Is there
vertigo or dizziness when rising mil.
denl. from au horizontal position? Are
the secretions trom the .kidneys highly
coloured, with a deposit after standing"?
Does food fcimcift soon after eating,
accompanied by ilaiuleiico or belchhig
of gas iiuiii tho'stomiiish? Is there fre
quent palpitation if the heart? These
Mirious symptoms may not be piescnt at
one lime, but they loimeiU the sutlerer
in turn as the dieadl'iil dKen-u pro
gteses. If the ease be one ol long
standing, theie will be a diy, hacking
cough, attended alter a lime by e.pee
loiatiou. In veiy advanced stages the
sum assume a dirty nrownisli appear.
anee, and the bands and feetaieeoveied
by a cold sticky peispiralion. As the
liver and kidneys become more and
more diseased, lheuinalic pains appear,
and the usual tieatment piovis entirely
unavailing against the latter agonising
disorder. The origin of this nialndy is
indigestion or dyspepsia, and a small
quantity of ihe pioper medicine will
icmove the disease if taken in its incip
iency. It is most important that the
disease should be promptly and properly
Heated in its lir.-t i-taces, when a little
medicine will oiled a cure, and even
whun it has obtained n stiong hold the
correct icmedy should be pcrecvcicd in
until every vestige of the disease is
eiadicatcd, until the appetite hasicturn
cd, and thiidigestive organs restoicd to
a healthy condition. The surest and
most effectual icmedy for this disticss
ing complaint .is "Selgol's dilutive
Syrup," a vegetable picpaiation sold by
all chemists and mdicine vendors
thcoughout the world, and by the pio
prietors, A. J. White, Limited, London,
K. C. This Syrvp strikes at the very
foundation of the disease, and drives it,
loot and brnuch, out of the system. Ask
your chemist for Seigel's Curative
"East-stieel Mills, Cambridge-heath,
"London, E. C, July 24th. 1382
"Sir, It gives me gieat pleasure to be
able to add my testimony in favour of
your valuable Syrup as a curative agent.
1 had suffered "for some length of time
from a severe fonn of indigestion, and
the long train of distiesMng symptoms
following that disease. 1 had tried all
possible means to get relief, by seeking
the best nicdic.il advice. I had swallow,
cd sulllcicnt of their stull'to llo.it a man-of-war,
so to speak, but all to no avail.
A friend of mine, coming on the scene
in the midst of my sulleiings, brought
with hliu a bottle of your Seigel Syrup;
he advised mo to try it, stating he felt
confident it would benefit inc. Being
weary of trying so many drugs, 1 con
demned it lieloio tiinl, thinking it could
not possibly lo me any good, but u ti.
mutely determined to fake the Syiup.
After doing so for a short time it work,
ed s'ich a change in inethat 1 continued
taking it for nearly two months, mid I
then felt thoroughly cm ed, for I have
discontinued its use for live weeks, and
feel in the best of health, and can par
take any kind of food with case and
comfort. I am therefore thankful to
you that, through the instrumentality of
your valuable medicine, I am icstored to
the state of health I now enjoy. Yours
truly, W. S. Fojisixit.
"To Mr. A. .1. White."
Those who are in the "Asthma
Furnace" should lose no tiiuc in obtain
ing relief by the use of "The llosinu
weed Tar Mixtuic;" but do not use the
medicine unless you will follow all the
directions "to the letter."
Poor Asthma suil'eiers, who aio
sti angers lo "tired Nature's sweet
restoier, balmy sleep," should mnke use
of "The ltodiiiwccil Tin- Mixture." Quiet
reiresiung sleep will lollow its use
"Waterloo House, London Stile, Chis
wick, "February 17th. 1882.
"Messrs. Wnito and Co., London.
"Gentlemen, It is with great pleas,
urc that 1 add my testimony to the
wonderful effects of Seigel's Syrup. For
years 1 nad been suffering from bilious
attacks, which began with giddiness;
then u mist would come before my eyes,
bo that 1 should not be nb)e to recognise
any one or anything at the distance of a
yard or two fioni my face, Tlijs would
be followed by excessive trembling of
iny knees, so that I could not stand
without support; after which a severe
headache would occur, lasting often two
or three dags. I have tried various
remedies for these distressing symptoms,
but until I tried Seigel's Syrup 1 had no
relief, biuce then 1 have had excellent
health in every respect, and if ever I
feel a headache coming on I tako ono
dose of the Syrup, which arrests Ir.
Hoping that this testimonial may bo the
nieuns of Inducing others (who suffer as
I used) to tiy theSyiup, as I feel sure
they will receive speedy benefit and
ultimately be cureij, I beg to leniain,
"A. II. IIouton."
Seigel's Operating Pills prevent 111
effects from exenss In eating or drink
ing. A good dose at bed-time renders
a person lit for busludss in the morning.
If you have Asthma use' 'The Itoslnwecd
FIUIXAY, DKC. 10, 188G.
W. C. T. U.
Tin: riiKsiiiKXT's ni:rottT.
nir. qukstio.v or Tin: hay.
And thus, wc have eoino before
you once ngain, deur friends, with
the little story of wlint the year litis
permitted us to do iti this depart
ment of God's great work in the
world. It is not initcli, but we tire
proud to stnnd with nil the best men
tuul women of Christendom on the
side of Right on God's side. For
nil thoughtful minds must admit
that of all the ttrent moral questions
of the day, none stands more pro
minently before the enlightened
nations of Hie world than how best
to deal witli the demon of alcohol.
How he encamps upon our streets,
and taints with his foul breath the
very air of heaven 1 How he poisons
the bodies of men so that their very
presence is pestilential! He be
numbs the intellect, for how can a
pure free mind dwell in such a tene
ment 1 He weakens the will and
destroys the conscience, so that when
a man ''would do good, evil is pres
ent with him." AVho can paint the
terror and the heart breaking
anguish he brings into the home, the
remnant of Eden left from the fall 1
He is antagonistic to all that is good.
He hates all purity and sincerity
and love. His whole effort is to
banish righteousness nnd religion
and God from the world. Since the
day of Adam, Satan has always
taken some plausible guise and with
fair speech endeavored to delude
the sons of men "Ye shall not surely
die!" In these later years, since
ignorance and superstition and
anarchy and religious persecution
and human slavery and all their host
of soul enslaving monsters have
ilown, or nre spreading their black
wings for llight, king alcohol, brother
of them all, stands up in his might
and says, "Though 1 fear not God
nor respect man, though my work is
to destroy the souls and bodies of
men, though I ruin homes and make
widows and orphans and create
prisons and alms houses and waste
by millions the earnings of the poor,
yet in defiance of God and all that
is good and true, I will set up my
throne over this fair earth, and who
shall be able to withstand me?" In
America, Great Britain, Germany,
Scandanavia, Australia and little
Hawaii nci, his voice is heard the
cries has come. The question is
forced upon every man and woman
in all civilized lands: "which side
shall I take in this light between
good and evil? As far as my in
fluence and vote go, shall I shun the
issue, or shall my voice be heard
now and ever in behalf of the radical
uprooting and total prohibition of
this whole mighty curse?"
"Once to every man and nation conies
the moment to decide,
In the strife of good and evil, on the
good or evil side :
Some great cause, God's new Messiah,
proffering the bloom or blight
Parts the goats upon the left hand, and
the sheep upon the right;
And the choice goes by forever, 'twist
the darkness and the light.
Have ye chosen, oh, ye people in which
party yo shall stand
Ere the doom from his worn sandals
shakes the dust against thy land?"
The history of the temperance
agitation in America during the past
eighty years, is most interesting and
instructive as showing the numerous
devices attempted to enchain and
control the monster, and how, in
spite of it all, he thrives and rages.
I hope we shall come to see, if we
are' not already convinced, that all
temporizing policies are worse
than useless, and that his total exter
mination, the absolute prohibition
of the manufacture and sale of all
intoxicating liquors is not only the
best but the only way to save the
hundred thousand men and women
who arc annually sacrificed to satisfy
his appetite in that country alone.
Early in this century and for
many years before, while thoughtful
men had seen the growing evil, and
many efforts had been jnade by in
dividuals to warn thu people, no
organization Qf the friends of tem
perance had been attempted. In
1808, a small society of -111 members
was formed in Northumberland
county, New York. This society
did not exist many years, nnd is
mainly interesting to us as being the
first temperance organization and as
showing the stand which was con
sidered as very advanced ground in
those days. These are some articles
from their constitution :
"No member shall drink rum,
gin, whiBkcy, wine, or any distilled
spirits except by advico of a physi
cian or in case of actual disease;
also excepting wino ut pttbllo
dinners, under a penalty of twenty
fivo cents ; provided that this articlo
shall not infringe on tiny religious
"No member shall be intoxicated,
under a penalty of fifty cents.
"No person shall offer any of
said liquors to any other member,
or urge pthpr pcrspns tp d,rjuj
thereof, under a penalty of twenty
five cents for each offense,"
The temperance agitation In
creased however i ministers and phi
lanthropists preached and wrote, en
deavoring by moral suasion to battle
the growing evil. Rut intemperance
increased still more rapidly, till in
1830 it was estimated that there
were annually "75 millions of
gallons of liquor boiling and burn
ing in tho flesh of four millions of
men" 10 gallons or more than half
ti barrel to each man. ' "It should
not be overlooked, too, that inteni
pcranco even in its grosser forms
was not then confined, as it is now,
to tho lowest clnsscs, to vile haunts
and the slums, but existed in the
best circles, among statesmen,
scholars, philosophers, the literati
and the clergy. There was little
moral sentiment against it."
During these years, an "Ameri
can Society for the Promotion of
Temperance" had been organized,
but in this as in many other similar
societies formed about this time, no
pledge was adopted, nor did they
insist upon total abstinence, even
fioni distilled liquors. While many
most earnest and devoted men pro
moted the cause, they could not see
that more radical step was neces
sary then to recommend the tempe
rate use of spirituous liquors.
(?'o be continued.)
A REMARKABLE COLD WATCH.
The Edinburgh police authorities
hold in their possession at present
a gold watch which would seem to
have rather a remarkable history.
The watch is of the usual lady's
size, but it bears this inscription:
"II. C, from W. Wordsworth,
Poet-Laureate, in memory of his
daughter Dora, who died the llth of
July, 1817. Rydal Mount, March,
1850." Assuming the inscription
to be genuine, and there is no reason
to doubt it, this watch was presented
by the poet within about a month of
his death, which occurred on the
23rd of April, 1850. It was his
daughter Dora, otherwise known as
Mrs. Quillinau, who accompanied
him on his memorable visit to Sir
Walter Scott at Abbotsford. This
visit was made in the autumn of
1831, when Scott, broken in health
and spirit, was about to start for
Italy. Before the visitors left, the
Laird of Abbotsford wrote some
stanzas in an album belonging to
Wordsworth's daughter, and in pre
senting them said, "I should not
have done anything of this kind but
for your father's sake; they are
probably the last verses I shall ever
write." It is difficult to say to
whom the "II. C." on the watch
refers. In his collection of poems
Wordsworth hasvsome verses ad
dressed "To II. C, six j-ears old,"
and it is possible they refer to the
same individual. One of the verses
Oh, blessed vision 1 happy child,
Thou art so exquisitely wild,
I think of thee with many fears
For what may be thy lot in future
The watch came to the hands of
the police through the usual medium
of the pawn office, the ticket having
been found in the possession of a
woman charged with complicity in a
series of railroad thefts. Pall Mall
Great Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Living Six Years Without
Going to Bed.
Mil. Editor: While spending a few
days nt the pleasant seaside town of
Abeiystwitb, Cardiganshire, Wales, I
heard related what seemed to me cither
a fabulous story or a murvellous cure.
The story was that a pcftr sufferer who
had not been able to lie down in bed for
six long years, giveu up lo die by all 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, mid could vouch for the truth
of the report.
Having a little curiosity to know how
such btoiies grow in travelling, I took
the liberty while at the village ot Llan
rystvd lo call upon the Vicar, the Rev.
T. Evans, and to enquire about this
wonderful cure. Though a total stran
ger to him, both he and his wife most
graciously entertuinid me in a half
hour'sconvcrssitiou, pi iucipally touching
tne case oi Mr. I'ugn, in which iney
seemed to take a deep and sympathetic
interest, having been familiar with his
sufferings, and now rejoiced in what
seemed to them a most iciuarkablc cure.
He btrongly vouched Mr. Win. Plight
character as a respectable f aimer and
worthy of credit. I left the venerable
Vicar with n livelier sense of ti e happy
relation of a pastor and people, feeling
that he was one who truly sympathised
with all who tue nlllicted in mind, body,
On my leturn to Aberjstwlth, I was
iniprcsbi'd with a desiie to see Mr. Pugh,
whose reputation stood so high. Ills
fuim is called Pancom-Mawr, signifying
"above the dingle," situated near the
summit of a smooth round hill, over
looking a beautiful vuUey in which is
faltuated the lovely ivymantled Church
of Llanddeinol. I found Mr. Pugh,
upparoiitly about 40years old, of medium
height, lather slight, with a pleasant and
intelligent face. I told him I had heuid
of his great affliction and of his remark
able and almost miraculous relief, and
that I had come to learn fioni his own
lips, what there was of truth in thu le
porls. Mr. l'ugh remarked that his neigh,
bors had taken a 'kindly and symp
athetic interest in his case for many
years, but of latu their interest had been
gi catty awakened by a happy changu In
his condition, Wiiat you icpoit iih huv.
ing heard abroad, sniil he, is siibstaut
ially true, with one exception, 1 never
imcdrslood that my ciibu was ever given
up as hopeless by any Physician, I
have been treated by bovernl Doctors
hereabouts, as good as any in WnleB, but
unfortunately no prescription of theirs
ever brought the desired relief.
Fifteen years ago, ho said, I first be.
came conscious ofa sour and deranged
stomach and loss of appetite, which the
Doctors told me vus Dyspepsia. What
food I could hold in my Momuch seem
id to do me no good and was often
thrown up with painful retchings. This
was followed after a time with u hoarse
in -h and a raw soreness of the thioat
vthich the DnclorB culled bronchitis,
and I was trcuted for that, but with
little success. Then came slioitness of
hri'.ith and a sense of suHbcatlon, espo.
dully nightu, with clammy sweat, and I
would have to get out of bod and some
times open a door or window in winter
weather lo fill my lungs with thu cold
Tho Vicar remarked thathepiesumcd
his name had been connected with tho
report fioni his having mentioned tho
case to Mr. .lohn Thomas, a chemist of
Llauoii. Ho said .Mr. Pugh was former
ly n resident of their patlsh, bul'nnsnow
living in tho parish of Llniiddcinol.
Tins medicine they .dinlnisterer o
me according to Hie dliectlons, when lo
their suiprlsu and delight no less thnti
my own, the spasm ceasid. I became at
case, and my stomach was calmed. My
bowels wcte moved as by a genllu
cathurllc, and I felt u sense of quiet
comfort till through such as I had not
before realized in many years. I could
wnlk mound the house and hieathc
comfortably In a few hours after 1 had
taken the medicine. Ihnie continued
to tnke the medicine dully now for
something over two months, nnd 1 can
lie down and sleep sweetly at nights
and have not slnre had a recuncncc of
thotie terrlblo spasms and s eatings. I
have been so long bioken down and re.
duced in my whole system that 1 have
not tried to pertoim any very hard out.
door lalor, deeming it best 16 he pru.
dent lest by over-exertion I may do my.
self injuiy befoic my strength is fully
restored. I feci that my stomncfi and
bowels have been and uie being thor.
oliglily renovated and renewed by the
medicine. In tact 1 feel like a new
II. HACKFELD & Co.
Having 'coined tho Services of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we are prepared to execute all
House or- Sig-n
J? tiiaitiu g-.'
. HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
naw'nOairingcManf'gCo., cT '" H!0
E.O. Hall &; Son, (new issue) 100 100
Bell Telephone, 3J 10
C. Brewer & Co., lill 100
Woodlawn Dairy, 1)0 100
Wniluku Sugar Co., 07 11)0
Waimanalo, 135 100
Star Mill, 4:Jfi 000
Reciprocity Sugar Co., 0 10C
Icu Compiiuy. 87 100
Intor-Island S. N. Co., 10o
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokei
38 Merchant Street. 151 ly
Inter-Island S. I. Co.,
Tlie .Betst JEtoute
to the World lleuowned
Volcano of Kitauea
The new and staunch
Steamer W. G. Kail
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY, December 7th.
The steamer passes along the entne
coast of the leeward side of HiiwmII, of.
fording tourists a panorama oi charm
ing scenery, and will stop at Kculakc.
kua Bay, where sufficient time is allow
ed to visit ihe Monument of Cuptain
Tourists by this loute reach Punaliiu
nt fi o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being only ono night on the
ves-el, (making the entire passage in
smooth water. At Punaliiu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fioni there tourists will be convoyed
by railroad to Pallida, thence by stugo
coach to Half-way House, whete horses
and guides will ho in attendance to con
vcy them to the Vob ano.
Tourists will have two nights and ono
whole day at the Volcnno House. j
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HAHltY AKMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort street, or at the office of tho 1. 1 S.
N. Co., Esplanade. f ;10 0m
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I7WOM THE FiltST DAY OF .TAX
? uary nex', the icniiil i f Insiruinouts
in present In iico In ihe Districts of Ewn,
Wiiiaiiao, Waialua and Kool.iupoko will
bu I educed to $5 00 per moi tb.
1 HEREBY give notice that from
and after this date, I will not
be responsible for any debts con
tracted without the written order of
mysolf or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 1880. 28 8m
O LUSO JIAWA1IANO.
ALL persons who want to communi
cate with the Poituguese, cillier
tor business, or for procuring workmen,
servants or any other helps, will find it
the most piolltablu way to advertise in
tho Liisq Ila-vaiitvto, tho now organ of
tho ForluiruesG colony, which 1h pub.
llshed on Merchant stuot, Gazette Hulld.
ing, (Posi.Oillro Letter Box K.), and
only chnrges reasonable rates for advertisements.
LEADS THEM ALL I
Your wives anil children will rejolco,
Having lound tho Samplor Cigar your cholco.
ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO.,
21 First Street, S.F, 8!)
For sale Everywhere.
EGAN & CO.,
The Leading Gents'
Clothing and Fur
BOOTS & SHOES
f, E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cako Meal,
Order left ut Ofllce, with NT. F. Bur
gess, 4 King Sliect, will bo promptly
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
Orders are hcrdjy solicited and will
be delivered at any locality within the
OVo. 8S ItliNO STREET.
Koth Telephone. 187. 64
And a choice assortment of
Toys! Toys! Toys!
.fust teceived x "Ztalandla," at
J. T. Waterhouse's
FORT ST. STORE.
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel &. Alnkcn Street
Open every' Day and Evening.
The Library consists at tho present
time of over Five Thousand Volumes.
Tho Reading Room is supplied with
about fifty of the leading newspapers
ami periodic .Is.
A Parlor is provided for conversation
Terms of membership, llfty cents a
month, payable quarterly in advance.
No formality required in joining except
signing the roll.
Strangers from foreign countries and
visitors from the other islands arc wel
come to tho rooms at nil times as guests.
This Association having no'iegular
melius 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
an interest in maintaining mi institution
of this kind, will put down their names
mid become regular contributors.
S. B. DOLE. President,
M. M. SCOTT, Vice-President,
II. A. PARMELEE, Secretary,
A, L, SMITH, Treasurer,
O. T. RODGERS, M.D.,
Chairman Hall and Library Committee,