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TUESDAY. MAIL 22, 1887.
Selir Xettle Men 111 from Lahaln.i
March 2 J
gchr Wnlehu for'Wnlnlun
Schr Knwnlliuil for Koolan
Stinr Y O Hall for l.ahalna, Maalaca,
IConii mid K'mi sit 10 n in
Slim- Mokolll for Moloknl sit 5 t in
Stuir Jns Mnkco for Walanae anil Kn-
lan nl noon
VESSELS LEAVIHC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Mlknlmla for ICnunl nt 5 p m
Schr Jlannokawal for Knolanat :) t in
Uktne S X Castle for Han FrnneUeo
BgtfluJ DSpicckelsIor fan Fnineleo
For the Volcano, per etinr W O Hull,
Mitroh 22nd Coinnioilorc and Mrt
Dlekerson. and Miss O'Connor. For
Lnhnlnn, Mnulnen, Kona nnd Kan, Mrs
Unrgcss, O W 0 Jones, MrH Lccgro&s,
nnd SO deck.
For Manl and Hawaii, per stinr Kl
nan, March lilst For Urn Volcano:
dipt Livingston, W (1 Frenel, Mr Her
bert and wife. Mrs lMerco and daughter,
and A L Stetson. For Hilo, Lnlialna,
and Mnnlncii: Her Excellency Gover
ness Uliihin'l, Sheriff Jno T Haker,
Major the Hon Sam l'aikcr, Major All
Hayloy, llcv V II Hnriio, Mrs J E
Wldriellclil, .1 11 Cattle, Mr. Kinneniix,
Mies Low, Mrs 0 It Siicycl-KyiineHcy,
Miss Wodrlioiic, Mrs M Krngcr nnd
daiiRhter, Mis E W ltarnnrd, K Cntton,
.1 Enhenstein. N D White, S lloth, Mrs
E Lyean and child. H Deacon, 0 Heb
hunl wife and il children, and ahont IliO
For Mnnl, per stmr Llkellkc, March
2lst Mrs .T Kalania, M LouIproii, J
Vlbrnns, P N Makeo, Miss I Llshnmn,
W J Lowrle, and ahont CO deck.
Tho steamer Iwalanl went on the
Marine Railway this morning to ho
The bgtno Eureka will sail for ban
Francisco nbont Thursday.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Kalakaua, Armstrong
Ilk Maitha Fisher, Ilucktn
llktno Eureka, Meyer
Jlktnu S N Castle, Hubbard
llktnc Mary Wlukehnau, lllnke
Brit bark Velocity. Bolster
Ger bk U It Bishop, Wolters
Schr Hera, 01oon
Tern W S Bownc, Paul
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun J. D. Sprcckels will bail to
morrow at noon, for San Francisco.
. 1 i a. .
Messiis. F. A. Schacfer it Co.'s and
Mr. C. O. Bcrgor's places of business
wero closed to-day.
It is pleasing to mention that Dr.
Brodio was ablo to get up this after
noon, after a spell of illness.
Thk Bulletin tenders thanks to
Mr. A. M. llewctt, newsdealer, Mer
chant street, for favors in his line of
Tm: now brick building at the
upper corner of King and Nuuanu
streets is about completed nnd nearly
ready for occupancy.
Tub foundation of a new brick
building is being prepared in the
vncantjpot between Castle & Cqoko s
.- -store and Nuuanu street.
Tun new barkentiuo S. N. Castle
will sail to-morrow for San Francisco.
John ltiloy, from tho South Seas, has
shipped on board of her.
Mil. Korr is working hard to have
some of tho navy uniforms ready for
the llitlo hop on tho 25 inst. The
gold ornaments aro gorgeous.
A vat pontlenian danced a Gorman
jig in front of the Beaver this noon,
while the Hawaiian Band was play
ing in Hnckfeld it Co.'s yam.
Colonel M. Thompson has again
earned the grateful acknowledgments
of tho Bulletin, by tho voluntary
offering of a valuable collection of
Mn. Howo'tt has had two black
boards attached to tho wall, ono on
each sido of tho entrance to his book
storo, for recording the arrival and
departure of vessels.
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His Majesty the King visited Mr.
Geo Engelhardt's conservatory and
gaiden this morning and was greatly
pleased with tho splendid variety of
rare plants and llowors.
IIekeuknci: to our now advertise
ments will discover that four distinct
classes of persons aio wanted. A
woman to do plain sowing, a copyist,
a -book-keeper, and a book-canvasser.
Tin: German bark 0. It. Bishop
brought a shipment of St. 1'auli beer,
to tho firm of II. Hackfold & Co.,
jirowed from pine malt and hops, and
specially bottled for tho consignees,
who now offer it for sale,
The water works party who wont
to Molokai and Lahniim hist week,
took observations for increasing tho
water supply at the Lopor fcottloinent,
and for laying a wator line at Laha
iua. Mr. Blown of tho Wator Works
Department will survey tlo water
points at an rally dato.
The Gorman barks C. K. Bishop
and Hydra wero decorated with Jlags
in profusBion to-day, whilo tho W. K.
Bowno, Euioka nnd Mary Winkol
miui had a flag at each masthead, in
honor of tho birthday anniversary of
Kaiser Wilhelin, Emperor of Ger
many. Mn. Geo. Engelhardt's stock of
hardwaio, purchased by him in poi
son in San Francisco, for this market,
is now on tho way hero in a sailing
vested. His patrons, who aio the
general public, will be duly notilied
of their arrival.
Tun band programme- nt Emma
Square, last night, consisted largely
of German pieces, intended as n pre
liminary to tho Emperor's birthday.
The music was, as usual, well played,
nnd the public appieciation was testi
fied by frequent applause. Tho num
ber of listeners was largo.
Tin: Amateur Ministrels are pre
paring a public entertainment for
next Saturday night. The pio
giammo will bo new, and not a re
petition of previous ones, Tho box
plan of the Opera House will open at
11 o'clock to-morrow morning, at tho
olllce of J. E. Brown & Co., Merchant
MnssiW. J. K. Brown it Co. an
nounce that they have made arrange
ments for eilleicnt legal assistance,
ami have therefore added to their
business a Conveyahcing Depart
ment, and aio pieparcd to engross
deeds, leases, contracts, mortgages,
powers of attorney, and every descrip
tion of legal document.
Tin: Union Feed Company, comer
of Queen and Edinburgh streets,
Importers and dealers in hay and
grain, are circulating an advertise
ment of their business on blotting
pads, of a convenient size, a stnek of
r which has leached this otlice, where
they will bo mado good use of. If
the company's hoiso feed is of tlvo
tamo quality as the blotters, which it
undoubtedly is, the horses who have
tho good litck to feast on it aro for
tunate. Mil. A. Rosenberg has gone back
to tho Custom House, ns appraiser.
It would appear that either tho Collector-General
has changed his mind
or his authoiity has been over-ridden.
Tho appraiser, when asked whether
Mr. Kapcna would not bo disposed to
dismiss him again, placed his finger
to his nose and said, "If ho don't like
it, he will have to go out." Bather
rough, when a subordinate rules his
superior. But such is life in the Ha
A PATRIOTIC HORSE.
Mr. Oedlng's white horso, John,
having, it ia said, some German in
him, refused to work to-day, nnd
to the sorrow of tho owner, gave a
disastrous exhibition of horse-play
on King street this afternoon. Har
ness and shafts were broken by tho
horse rolling over and Sam Macy's
hand was badly cut. Mr. Kraft who
was at tho scene gave some wise
ndvice; Mr. Hammer clapped his
bands when the harness broke, and
Mr. Burgess's boy laughed. Mr.
Ociling kept time to the animal's
dancing with, Ho John 1 at the rate
of 300 words a minute.
Mr. A. J. Cartwright, agent for
the Kquitablc Lifo Assurance So
ciety of tho United States, has re
ceived a number of picture books,
to he distributed among children,
gratuitously. Specimen copies of
these books" have reached this ofllcc.
The pictures arc nicely printed, and
arc of a character to please and
amuse tho little folks for whom they
aro intended. Those on the first
outside pages arc prettily lithograph
ed in colors. Besides the pictures,
the books have little stories, thymes,
&c, adapted to juvenile tastes,
clearly printed in plain type. Any
child may have- one of these little
books by calling at Mr. Cartwright's
ofllce, Kaahumanu street.
A PASTEL SCENE.
It was between the hours of thro
and four o'clock in tho morning;
the bay was as still as a mill pond j
the mermaids wero asleep; the
heavens were thinly draped with
light clouds ; a bright yellow moon
was setting behind the Wnianao
castinc somuro rcucc-
tions on tho sky and water; tho old
pest-house on the Ewa sido of tho
bay loomed up in bold relief; tho
demolished windows of the shanty,
the dark nooks and corners, and the
louclincss of the place mado the
vision dance with phantoms such
is a scene sketched by Mr. Fur
ncaux, and it can bo seen in pastel
at William's gallery, Fort street.
The following lotter is self-explanatory:
Hazlutos, Penn., Feb. 25, 1887.
Mit. S. B. Itobi:, Sir: Tho pro
mised coal specimens have been sent
you to-day. I havo sent for your
self a cone match safe made of an
thracite coal, a picco of Hazleton
Lehigh coal, borne fern impressions
and sulphur or iron pyrites speci
mens, all of which I hope will plcaso
you. Inclosed aro specimens for
Mr. and Mis. L. A. Thurston and
for Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Clarke.
Yours etc., C. Paiidee.
Mrs. Thurston's specimen is a
neatly wrought napkin ring of an
thiacito coal. Mr. Thurston's a
paper woigbt of the samo material.
Pieces of slate, with djstinct feru
impressiopa aro among tho speci
mens. The collection, which can
be seen in the olllce of Messrs.
Wilder's Co., is a novel ono
ami will interest anybody with, a
tasto in tlpit line,
EMPEROR WIAIIAM'S BIRTHDAY.
Precisely at noon to-day, tho
Royal Hawaiian Hand, arranged in
front of tho German Consulates,
which is at the business premises of
Mossrs. II. Hackfeld & Co., struck
up the German national anthem, the
government battery filing a royal
aaluto meanwhile. II. I. G. M.'s
Consul, II. P. Glado, Esq., attend
ed by II. W. Smith, Esq., stood in
the portico of tho building to receive
guests. The first to call and tender
congratnlation-i werells Ex. W. O.
Merrill, United States Minister Re
sident, and Major ,1. H. Wodeliouse,
II. B. M.'s Commissioner and Con-sul-Gcncral,
followed by lf. A.
Schacfer, Esq., Consul for Italy,
It. W. Lalnc, Esq., Mexican Consul,
Taro Ando,Esq,tlio Japanese Consul
General, lion, llr A. Widemann,
Hon. C. R. Bishop, lion. W. It.
Castle, Hon. J. S. Walker, Attorney-General
A. llosa. lion. Paul
Neumann, and many government
olllcinU and residents of various
nationalities. An excellent lunch
was spread within the building, to
which nil callers were made wel
come. Tho grand and noble Em
peror of 90 years and a great Em
pire was enthusiastically toasted,
and tho expressed wish that his
lifo might bo extended to tiio full
century was undoubtedly sinccio.
Mr. Annstasio Obrcgoh, has been
appointed His Majesty's Vice Consul
at tho city of Mexico.
Mr. Francis William 1'rcscott has
been appointed His Majesty's Con
sul at Dover nnd all recognized ports
in the counties of Kent and Sussex,
of the kingdom of England.
Mr. Augclo Tagiiavia has been
appointed His Majesty's Consul at
Notice has been received from II.
P. Glade, Esq., Acting Consul for
Germany, that it has pleased His
Majesty the Emperor of Germany
to appoint Dr. Knappc, to be His
Majesty's Imperial Commissioner
for the Marshall, Brown and Pro
Messrs. 11. Kcliikipi and P. Kcau
puni have been appointed Agents to
take Acknowledgements to Labor
Contracts for the district of Maka
wao, Island of Maui.
J. Haole, Esq., has been appointed
Commissioner of Private Ways and
Water Rights for tho District of
Wailuku, Island of Maui.
Certain Government lauds and
leases aro announced for sale.
nuFOiu: iiickektok, .i.
Monday, March 21st.
In probate, estate of Aliu (Chi.),
deceased. It was ordered that the
accounts of J. F. Hackfeld and J.
Rubenstein, administrators, be ap
proved, and that thoy be discharged
upon the filing of creditors' receipts.
The administrators' accounts show
that tho estate is insolvent, and they
pray for approval of the same and
for order of distribution of the sum
in hand, to-wit, $3,117 3G, pro rata
among tho creditois, whose claims
aggregate the sum of $18, 393 G5.
Tho total amount of administrators
receipts has been 9,900 -19 j.paiil
first dividend of 30 per cent, 5,518
07 ; paid preferred claims, $905 03 ;
balance for distribution as above.
A. C. Smith for the administrators.
befoiie rftisroN, J.
In admiralty, T. II. Patterson vs.
baik Kalakaua, libel for wages.
Continued from the 19th. Tho
Court rendered an oral decision,
holding that the Hbcllant is entitled
to his discharge ; that he is entitled
to his wages from August 10, 188(5,
to March 5, 1887, seven months less
eleven days, $397 ; and that ho is
chargeable with items as follows:
Cash advanced, $00; cash at Val
paraiso, $122 50 ; Foblas & Singer
man's bill, $47 75 ; Samuel Kcnney's
bill, $10 50; from tho vessel, $38 50,
also board of Mrs. Patterson, leav
ing a balance of $17 odd in favor of
Patterson. Messrs. Whiting and
Crcighton, proctors for Hbcllant;
His Excellency A. Rosa nnd A. P.
Peterson, for Captain Armstrong;
P. M. Hatch, for tho registered
owner; Win. A. Kinney, for tho
In probate, estate of Kahanaauwai
Kanoa, deceased. This is an ap
plication to stay the order granting
the salo of certain real estate of the
deceased. Petitioner, who is a de
vise under tho will, deposes that he
is ablo to raise money with which to
pay debts, by pledging as security
for money the laud intended to be
sold, The debts are only about
$800. Value of tho real property is
$2,500. On motion of Kckahuna
(k), devisee, it was ordered that the
sale of real estate bo postponed till
Monday, April 4th. A. C. Smith
for tho devisee, W. A. Whiting for
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Tuesiiav, March 22nd.
Seven Chinamen were charged
with gnming. A nol. pros, was
entered by the Crown in tho caso of
three of tho defendants. The others
wero remanded to Thursday next,
24 th inst.
John Phillips, master of the brig
Allio Rowo,' was charged with laud
ing immigrants) contrary to certain
regulations of tho Board of Immi
gration. Mr. Thurston appearpd for
tho defendant, nnd asked for a re
mand to the 29th inst., which was
Three Chinamou, charged with
gaming in Honolulu, wero remanded
John Young, charged with selling
liquor without a licence, pleaded
guilty. His Honor taking into con
sideration Uio circumstances of tho
case that Young is an old man,
with a largo family, and tho liquor
sold was homc-mndo beor, with GA
percont alcohol lined the defendant
$15 and costs, or in default of pay
ment 10 day's imprisonment.
Tho Jackson-Bennett affray caso
was called, and further remanded to
I George Iloughtailing, of tho Hay
Horse Saloon, charged with selling
spirituous liquors on Sunday last,
pleaded not guilty, and the ease was
remanded until to-morrow.
William Woolhaui and Jim Crow,
clmrged with cattle stealing to wit,
a steer valued at 635, the property
of the Kawniloa Ranch Co. The
prosecution entered a nol. pros, in
tho case of Jim Crow, and Woolliam
pleaded not guilty and stood his
trial, admitting that ho killed a steer
on tho day named. Mr. A. C. Smith
appeared for the defendant. Case
still on as we go to press.
THfTdlOSE OF MNQRESS.
Washington, March !. Tho cus
tomary scenes of confusion at the
close of a long session were cntiiely
lacking to-day. Both Houses wero
in conlluuons session from 11 o'clock
yesterday morning, the Senate being
in executive session nearly four
hours this morning. Trotter, the
colored nominee for Recorder of
Deeds for the District of Columbia
was continued, as was also Lieut.
Gieely to be Chief of the Signal
Service with theiank of Biigadier
General. The nomination of J.
Marion Brooks to bo District
Attorney for the Southern district
of California was called up but no '
action was taken on it, owing to the
small attendance of the Senators.
Brooks will continue to hold the
olllce until his successor is appoint
ed or until next December, when tho
President will be obliged either to
renominate 'him to make a new
One of the last bills signed by
the President was the amendment
to the Revised Statutes to which
Senator Williams' bill, authorizing
the issue of gold certificates in San
Francisco, was attached. This bill
did not come out of the conference
until after 10 o'clock. Williams
went to the House and secured its
passage there with tho assistance of.
Peltou. It was quickly enrolled and
signed by the President of tho
Senate and taken by Pelton and
Treasurer Jordon to tho White
House and Cleveland's signature
was alllxed. Nothing put it through
but Williams' indomitable persever
ance. Heretofore San Francisco
merchants have been compelled to
pay duties in coin of small denomina
tion, no $20 gold pieces being coin
ed theie, and vexatious and expen
sive delays havo lesultcd. Now the
Assistant Treasure? will exchange
gold coins for gold certificates, and
duties can be paid easily and
promptly, greatly facilitating busi
ness. The Senate, for tho first time
since Cleveland's inauguration, com
pelled him to visit the Capitol. Ho
had announced that lie would not
visit the Capitol, nnd that all bills
requiring his signature must be
brought to tho Executive Mansion.
Half an hour before adjournment a
committee of three Senators was
appointed to wait on the President
nnd inform him that Congress was
ready to adjourn. Tho committee
unanimously refused to go to tho
White House, maintaining that it
was the custom for the President in
tho closing hours of tho session to
be within convenient reach of Con
gress in a room provided for him at
the Capitol. When CIcTolaud heard
of this he hurried post haslo to the
Capitol aiid there received the committee.
A PARENT'S WRATH.
On Pndny uftornoon there was a
lively llttlo scene at the corner of
California nnd Kcarivy streets, which
would have resultcd-in a conscience
less souudrcl receiving a tithe of his
just deserts but for the utlmcly in
terference of OUlcor Carmichnel.
Of course tho olllcer only did his
duty, but if ho could havo neglected
it on this particular occasion it would
have been a great deal more satis
factory. A few evouings since tho little
daughter of Dr. Hall, whoso olllce
is on Kearny street, near California,
was engaged in conversation by a
creature in tho guise of a dude, and
decoyed into riding out to the cud
of the cable roads, The angels
were against tho black-hearted
soundrel, nnd everywhere he went
he encountered too many people to
permit him to even attempt to ac
complish his purpose. She reached
home about midnight, unhurt, bill
badly frightened. On Priday after
noon she saw the fellow from tho
window of her father's olllce, and
pointed him out. The doctor nt
ouco started in pursuit, and caught
him while in the act of purchasing a
pack of cigarettes. The object of
tho parent's wrath was all uncon
scious of impending vengeance until
a heavy hand was laid on his collar
and hu received a stunning blow on
Dr. Hall's languago, as he ex
plained tho caqso of tho assault was
decidedly vigorous, and tho dude so
certainly expected instant death that
ho commenced to pray and cry like
a whipped cur at the same time.
Tho doctor shook him as though ho
wero a mouse, and was speedily
knocking moro tears and less prayer
out of him, when Cnrmlclmcl came
Tho olllcor had some difllculty in
disentangling Dr. Hall's fingors,
which had an iron grip on a silk
handkerchief tho dudo woro about
lib neck to protect a largo boil,
which was burstcd by tho doctor's
violence, and when tho dude was
freo ho lost no timo hi Hying beyond
further harm, liberally besprinkling
tho sidewalk with his tears ns he
No arrest. -fS. P. Kxaminor,
PLENTY LIKE HIM.
"Will you please give mo twenty
five or fifty cents to buy bread
wlthV" ho wnilcd. "I'm starvin."
"Can't you buy a loaf of bread
for less thnn twenty-flvo or fifty
"Yes, but do you think a man
can make a dinner on bread only?
It's nothing but a side-dish." N.
It is a great honor to be a Rear
Admiral, but, curiously enough, we
never hear of a rear general or a
rear high private.
Why not ask tho Queen to jubilate
on her jubilee by giving Congress
man Reagan tho Order of tho Bath?
N. Y. Despatch.
LBS. Ficrfh Home-Mode CIiovv.
UK Sticks, or fo-callcd Bir.
bcrs' I'olc. nnd f esh. delicious Vnnlllu
and Chocolate (.'renins which I guaran
tee to bu fur superior and sold cheaper
than any Imported, at V. HORN'S Plon.
eer Stcum Candy Factory and Bukerv
mid Ice Cream l'arlnr.
S PERRY'S No. 1 Fninilv Flour is
olleicd for salu by CJONSALVE3 &
CO., Qnccn Street.
WE HAVE just received per Aus
tralia a naw lot of AitlMs' Ma
tctiiih, Khony Wore, Hwkct', Cabinet
FrntniM, Biutlc Fianisp, etc. And wo
aro better prepared than ever to mnko
Cornices nnd Picture Vramc-t, having
the largest anil best Rilcctcd slock of
Mouldings In Ihu Kingdom. Kinu
Bnos.' Aiit Stoiii:. 31
I)n. Flint's Heart Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and altfo for DihcaCH of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with .every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Auents. 354
Pathoni.i: Homo Industiy by buy
ing cigars of .T. W. Ilingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepaied to fill all
orders at the lowest powiblo whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly tilled. The attention
of dealers is lespeet fully invited to
the fact "no licoiiso is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget tho
name .1. W. Hingloy, nor tho placo
Crystal Soda Woiks, Hotel street.
MEETING OF THE STOOK
holdcrs of tho Mutual Telephone
Company will be held at tho Company's
Building, at 10 o'clcck a. in.,
THURSDAY, MARCH 24th
A full attendance is requested.
Hy order of tho Dlrectota.
82 lOt A. JAEGER, Scc'y.
Y. M. C. W. A. (Limited).
rpiIE UNION HEADING PARLORS
X having jiistlupn decorated by the
well-known artist, F. Itiipprccht, wo
would most respectfully invite all the
members to attend the usual mm tings.
Foreign nnd local papers In profusion.
Tlioro will bu a lecture to young men,
on trui; temperance, three limes a week,
by oik; of tho managerF, to bu followed
by a luscious lunch. Tho members are
requested to leave tholr relatives at
83 1 w Managers.
A New Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely Now in this Market.
For Sale or Lease.
rilHOSi: PRF.M1SK3 SITUATED ON
X I'unahou Strict called "Kuniinilo
hla," the property of C. II. Judd, are for
bale or for lease lor n term of years.
For particular:! inquire of
AMSX. .1. CARTWRIGHT.
Honolulu. Dee. 13, 1880. 1J08
Tog Daily Mllelin
March 1 1th,
To hu luul at
J. II. SOl'KIl, - - Jloiehant Street
A. M. 1IKWKTT - Moichnnt Street
II. WILMAMS, - Hawaiian Hotel
and DAILY IUJM,ETIN OFFICE.
JOB PRINTING ol all kind cxo.
eulcd ul Uio Daily Bullutin Offlco
Mutual Teleione Go
TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
G.'J & 05 Port Street, Honolulu.
By tho Zouliuuliu, duo hem on tho 18th of this month,
Mr. Ehrlich will return to Honolulu, with one of the Larg
est and best Selected Stocks of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS!
Ever imported to Honolulu.
The Ladies and General Public tiro cordially invited to
inspect tho Stock upon its arrival.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS !
81 S. EHRLICH.
IMl'OUTKU AND DUALEll IN
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Gaps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Street?, Honolulu. Campbell'i Block.
From tho Temple of Fashion at greatly reduced rate', we now offer them to our
numerous pations at prices which dc y competition.
These goods aro llrat class in every xespcel and coutht of all grades and qual
Gloii, Mai M tlie Bicli ami Poor ale.
In oflcriing them to our customers we would most respectfully draw their at
tention to the fact that we are giving them tho lfiicfll of our cheap harg.iin and
invito tho public in general to glvu us a call and cxnmlue theso goods before pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual line of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AXD FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need especial comment. fin
(Formcily with Samuel Nott).
Impoi-Lci and Denier in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FURNISI11XO HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent Hairs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
CSF" Store formerly occupied hy S. NO'iM', opposite Sprcckels &. Co.'s lianlc. -t
JOHN ITT, I. H
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
(Successors to Dillingham &Co., & Samuol Noll.)
Now Goods for the Holidays! Silver Plated Ware
in New Designs.
CHANDELIERS VIVX IAJMOP
From tho very hes makers.
o CUTLERY o
A. Complete Mtoclc ol" GooiIn in Every Line.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU. M
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HAVE JUST EECEIYED A FULL LIOTD OF
Straiton & Storm Cigars !
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the entire Stock of