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SATURDAY, MAK. 20, 1887.
Bttur Kiliiuca Hon from ll:mi:ikun
StinrC K llhhopfioiii J,.ili;ilnii
Stiiir Mokolll from .Mulok.il
titnir .Ins .Makcc from Kmtai
Slmr .Snniic5 from Kimii
Hlmr Wttfnlt'iilc from lhimnkini
Sehr Kiiktiiinitii fioni ll.uiinUiu
HchrMuim fur Ilonomii
Schr Wtillulo for Kti:iu
Stair Iwiilnul for Iluinnkiisi mid T.n
IuiIiki :it:i in
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Kllmiea lion for IliinmUwuitopiii
V u Jiinop torhumii
Ins Jlnkeo for Kuiiiil
SurpiUo for Kimii
Mokolil for Mnlokul
Kmilkcuotill for Kolml i
iMolwsihlno for Kohulnlcle
Ciitcrhm for Kuinii
J.oahl for lImiaU-1
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stun- Kilmicii lion 1.000 hags snigtir.
Stinr O It llishop 1,"I7 hugs sugar.
Stmr Viilalciilo '-',77:1 bags Migar,
bay J leu. mid HO bag paddy.
Jus Makoe 2,700 bag ng.ir.
1!k Kalakatia. Arni'-tiong
llktnu Mnry Wliikehnnn, UluUc
Rrhr AllluRowo, lMiIUIp-t
Ocr bk O R HMiop. Welters
1'orn W s Uowiic. I'nnl
In this city, March 20th, to the wife
of Lnko MeShane, u son.
LOCAL & GENERAL .NEWS.
Six good painters can find iinine
tlinte employment by application ut
Mr. Gnlick'ri Labor Agency.
Till! Uui.u'.tin' liuving nicntioncd
Dr. Whitney's horfeo-lilo tho other
day, pomo over-curious fellow etolo it
Tin: box plan for tho Opein. House
to-night, is clo.-cd and placed in .1. E.
Riown it Co.'s window, marked.
"Tickets may bo had ut tho Oiiern
Caitain Miiknrofl'tuitl hovornl oili
cors of tho Russian mnu-of-wiir Vitiaz,
wore dined lust evening, by J. F.
llnokfelcl, Ecq., Acting Vice-Consul
Hiu'oni: noon to-duy, every neat
down stairs in the lliiwuiiiun Opera
House wus retorved for this even
ing's entertainment by the Honolulu
Amateur Minstiel Company.
A ni:v sign boaid bus made its ap
pearance this morning on Merchant
street, over tho ollice foimerly occu
pied by J. E. Wiseman, and reads, "J.
E. Brown it Co., Heal Estate Agents."
At 8 o'clock the entertainment of
the Amateur Minstrels will begin at
the Opera House this evening. Music
and fun make up the piogrumnio.
Now, oiiginal, and local puns and
jokes are anticipated.
Tin: regular quarterly exhibition of
Sunday schools affiliated with Kau
makupili Church will bo held in the
schoolroom, under the diiection of
Mr. A. L. Smith, to-morrow, begin
ning ut 10 :30 o'clock.
In tho Polico Couit this morning
Kong Fay, vagrancy, discharged; L.
Bike and liemakau, drunks, .fC each;
G. linker, violating expioss logula
tions; Jas. Xukuiia, assault and bat
tery, weio remanded to the 28 inst.
pM'nn Russian man-of-war Vitiaz,
was docked at tho P.M.S.S. wharf this
morning, to take aboaul 200 tons of
coal, boverul head of cattle and 11
largo quantity of other provisions.
Somo of her sailors wero bathing off
tho end of the dock, while others
(about 200) wero engaged in the coal
ing. Tho Vitiaz sails lo-monow
morning for Japan.
The Government having lost mo
ney, or rather, it having received
' about .$1,000 less, in tho last salo of
j tho (ish-niiuket stalls, than on foim
' er occasions, and iish, meat and
other such edibles being no cheaper
than foimerly, it is reported to have
been decided ta remedy tho loss
mentioned, by demanding higher
prices for the stalls at the next sale,
provided tho prices of articles sold at
. tho inaiket 1110 not lesspned.
COMBINED BAN fcON CERT.
Tho Royal Hawaiian llaiul and
yio Band from the Kussian war
ship Vitiaz, will coinbino to givo a
concert in Eiiinia Square this after
noon, beginning at 4 o'clock, and
playing the following progiamnio:
March Taiiiihausor Wagner
Finale Carmen lll.et
Reminiscences of Verdi Godfrey
Overture Military Neiiinan
Cuvatina IJoheinlan Girl ISnlfo
Waltz Nation Geneo
Selection Hulls of Covrovlllo.l'lauqiiet
Aloha Oo, The Volunteers, Itiissluu
llyimi, Hawaii I'ouol.
, BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
Tho following programme- lias
been prepared for llio regular Sat
urday evening entertainment of the
Uluo Ribbon League, nt tho Y. M.
C. A. Hall. Seats are free and all
are cordially invited to attend.
1 Piano Solo, Miss May Dilling
ham. 2 Recitation, Miss Hassle DIclc-
ji Song, Mr. Grozicr.
1 Reading, Miss l'ayson.
5 Song, Mrs. K. C. Damon.
0 Addrebs, lion. L. McCully.
K.YIIIIIITION MULL AND HAM..
Careful mid Intelligent prepara
tion in every department resulted in
a highly satisfactory and thoroughly
fiiiceessful exhibition drill and social
dance of tho Honolulu Rillcs, nt
their aruioiy, Bcrctania Mieel, last
night. The preparations which af
fected the comfort and convenience
of tho numerous invited guests, were
as carefully made as those-which en
abled lilts JJillo company to exhibit
its proficiency in military movements,
to a multitude of watchful eyes,
with unqualified credit to itself.
The sombre aspect of the inside of
tho armory, ns it nppiars ordinarily,
was converted into an agreeable
spectacle, by the tasteful arrange
ment of bunting and greenery. Mr.
D. 1 Smith had illuminated the
largo hall by electricity, and made
thu approaches almost as light as
tiny by tho same agency. A largo
awning had been erected on tho city
side of the armory, and filled with
chairs for the use of spectators,
with an open view of the maneuvers.
The reception committee, consisting
of Lieutenants W. linger nnd II. F.
llcbbard, and Messrs. W. A. Kin
ney, L. A. Thurston, II. C. Reid.H.
W. Morse, and Geo. P. Castle, were
assiduous In their attention to tho
guests, receiving them at the door
and conducting them to scats.
Invitations had been liberally is
sued, and were freely accepted. By
a few minutes after 8 o'clock, not
an empty scat could be found. La
dies anil gentlemen, looking happy
and interested, filled the entire
space within tho enclosure not re
served for the military exercises. A
private box had been prepared for
the King, and was occupied by His
Majesty, accompanied by Licutcn-ant-Gcncral
Dominis, Prime Minis
ter Gibson, Attorney-General Rosa,
and Governor Taukca. Representa
tives of foreign governments, the
tho Captain and ofllccrs of tho Rus
sian warship Vitiaz, and ofllccrs of
the various volunteer military com
panies, in uniform, were among the
Shortly after 8 o'clock, Drum
Sergeant W. King sounded tho call
to "fall in." Twenty-four members
of the Honolulu Rillcs, besides ofll
ccrs nnd flic-closer, in full dress
uniform, with their white cross belts
and brass ornaments shining in the
electric light, appeared in line, un
der command of Captain V. V.
Asliford. Then came the formation
movements, including sizing, count
ing ang proving. Review movements,
including changes of direction at
company front, platoon front and
front of fours changing formation
by successive wheels of fours and
platoons wheels into line by fours
and platoons and formation to re
verse Hank. Manual cxerciso by
word of command. Marching in
column of fonts right nnd left in
front diminishing and increasing,
front the oblique, rear and flank
marches wheeling in circle by
fours and forming to reverse flank.
Advancing from flank wheeling in
to lino firing exercise changing
front by wheel-about of fours, and
regaining line by inverse wheels.
Advancing in succession by fours
from botli flanks of both company,
and platoons, aud forming into
line at tho double. Advancing
from line in column of platoons by
tho right and left, aud forming
company to the front. Breaking
front by 1 iglit nnd left to rear and
doubling into line, advancing in suc
cession from both Hanks of both
platoons wheeling in fours into
column of platoons changing di
rections, and forming line by both
reverse flank formation, and the
wheel of platoons. Advancing and
retiring in line, both by the roar
march and wheel-about of fours,
with the wheel of fours in circle
while in lino. Taking ground to
Hanks and rear, to gain position for
maneuvers, by flank, oblique, and
rear inarches, in line complete
broken line, and column of fours
and platoons right and left in front.
Formation from lino to open file for
silent manucl, the silent manuel,
comprising somo seventy-five dis
tinct orders, involving oyer 200
All this multifarious and compli
cated series of movements was ex
ecuted with remarkable precision
and simultaiicousncss, the defects
being extremely few and very
slight. The silent manucl, per
formed without word of command,
was like the movement of one man.
Tho entire drill was watched with
inteiiso interest by the Inrge com
pany of spectators, who frequently
applauded. Tho Captain and his
command may well feel gratified
with the success of the entire drill.
At the conclusion of tho maneu
vers, a magnificent now Hawaiian
flag, the handiwoik and gift of the
lady relatives and frionds of tho
Rifles, was presented to tho com
pany by tho King. Captain Asli
ford and tho guards of colors ad
vanced to near where His Majesty
was seated, who arose and delivered
tho following presentation speech
along with tho lng;
Captain Asliford, Ofllccrs and
Members of tho Honolulu Rifles
I am highly pleased to have- tho
opportunity to present your corps
with a beautiful flag.
Tho banner of tho nation repre
sents all that is yooil niu patriot iu
in the State, and all true soldiers arc
over proud to .bo tho bearers aiid
guardians, under all circumstances,
of what symbolizes tho honor and
welfare of their country. And in
this uiitiuico I foci assured that gen
tleincu chosen to receive tho colors
of your corps will accept the honor
nblo duty of standard bearers, not
only on account of what your ensign
signifies, but especially on account
of tho honors oft his especial gift.
Tho ladies God bless them
though weak as warriors, aro ever
ready to inspire men to gallant
deed's, and if thoy do not enlist for
war, thoy prepatu and animate the
soldier to 11 heroism and devotion
which would bo but feebly Illustrated
without their sweet, tender, yet
heroic spirit. And now they givo
you this flag, which 1 am pleased to
plncc in your hands, and to say to
you to bear and defend it for tho
honor of Hawaii.
And I add my word of encourage
ment to that of these noblo Indies,
and say, ofllccrs and mcinbers of tho
Honolulu Rillcs, as your King, I
conlldo in your patriotism and
courage, and shall hope to see many
an honorable record inscribed upon
the flag I now present.
Captain Asliford, receiving the
flag, replied in the following words:
May it please Your Majesty:
On behalf of the Honolulu Rillcs,
I beg to testify to the pleasure it
affords us all to receive fioni tho
wives of the members of the corps,
aud most especially thioiigh the
hands of Your Majesty, whose
ftieudsliip to the Rifles is known and
appreciated by everyone of us, this
beautiful emblem of the unity of
many peoples who, blended together
on a benignant basis of political and
race equality, combine to form the
Kingdom of Hawaii, of which Your
Majesty is the honored Soveieign.
In every ago the ling or ensign
lias been the chief of all insignia of
power and sovereignty the symbol
which has culled forth the ardor of
patriots and the courage of bravo
As illustrating tho veneration in
which national banncis have, from
time immemorial, been held, we are
told in the Book of Numbers that in
tho wanderings of the Israelites
through the wilderness, they were
ordered to pitch their tents, "every
man by his own standard, with the
ensign of his father's house." And
historians assure us that the yellow
cusign and dragon of China, as we
see it to-day, was the banner of that
oldest of nations boforo the era of
tho siego of ancient Troy.
So it comes to pass that the
national standaid is revered by every
man and woman as something to
which all owe a duty something
which all gootl citizens should sup
port with their fortunes, their sacred
honor and their lives. Even the
little childicn, God bless them, early
imbibo the spirit of "Honor to tho
What son of ancestors who con
tested for supremacy with Ciesar's
legions in tho valley of tho Seine,
whose love for France, tho Beautiful,
is not strengthened by sight of the
Where is the descendant of those
who followed tho fortunes of the
Great Frederick whoso pulsc-bcat is
not quickened whose affection for
the fatherland docs not wax: wanner
when he looks upon the national
emblem of that great monarch's
successes, whose 90th birthday we
all so recently helped our German
fellow citizens to celebrate?
Which of us is not mado glad by
the beautiful, the glorious Star
Spangled Banner the flag of Wash
ington aud Lincoln?
Flag of this free, hope and home,
By angel hands to valor given ;
Thy brlglittar.s light tho welkin dome,
And all thy hues wero born In heaven.
Can we ever forget "The Meteor
Flag of England," that floated over
the "thin red lines" at Waterloo,
whoso shadow covered British iiearts
of oak at land and sea, on fields
aro bounded by the earth
Tho Hag that braved a thousand years,
Tho b.ittlo ami the bree.o.
And within wlioo thousand years
of glorious record no soldier lighting
under its folds was ever wounded
in the back.
Nor can any form of deatli induce
the stern, unyielding Russian
whether Cossack-of-tho-Don or nian-o'-war's-man
from tho Volga or the
Euxinc to turn his buck upon the
banner of tho Czar tho double
headed eaglo willi broad wings,
covering an empire whose confines
are the confines of three oceans and
two continents, whose limits are the
icebergs of tho frozen seas, ami
India's burning sands.
Then why should wo, tho repre
sentatives of all tho races, feci less
prido in tho national standard of our
adopted country thojo than from
whom wo sprang? On tho roll of tho
Honolulu Rifles arc men of almost
every fair-skinned race. Wo have in
our ranks men who have seen active
service in the armies of Russia,
Austria, Germany, England, the
United States, Canada, and the
various Australian colonies. And
if wo havo not, amid tho calls of
business pursuits, been able to arrive
at that degree of military proficiency
which characterizes the armies to
which some of us havo individually
belonged, yet I assure Your Majesty
wo havo the spirit of men who will
stand by caoh other and by our duty
in support of our country's ling
tho flag of Hawaii which wo accept
with gratitude, and witli the piomiso
that no conduct of ours shall sully
it or tho nation which it typillcs.
The company was then dismissed,
after saluting his Majesty, and danc
ing followed, which was participated
in by many with evident pleasure.
Refreshments of a superior qiiulily
J tuid endless variety, consisting of
sandwiches, delicious eomfcotlong,
and refreshing beverages, were pio
vuled in exiiauslloss abundance by
Mr. F. Horn, ami oerved dining the
evening. At about 1 :!10 o'clock this
morning, this most agreeable and
enjoyable reunion terminated.
BROWN & CO.'S F0RTNIRHTLY
An absence of demand on tho
pait of employees has characterized
our labor market during the past
fortnight, the tendency being rather
to reduce wages and dispense all
help not absolutely indispensable.
The consequence is a fuither in
crease to the number of men of all
classes who arc awaiting "something
to turn up."
While iMbovcfj. As predicted
in our last report, many men have,
after spending their earnings in
town, returned to their former oc
cupations on Plantations. There
aro still a few men in the place 011
tho look out for a job.
Chinese Scrcitut. There is but
little change to report no difficulty
is experienced in supplying house
hold lequiieincnts. The Chinese,
however, appear to be, for the most
part, masters of the situation. Be
fore deciding to engage thoy make
many enquiries as to class of duties
to bo performed, wages paid, &c.
Hotels ami families, however, after
nn experience with other classes of
servants an experience frequently
purchased at the expense of much
vexation and annoyance, aro glatl
once again to hand over tho reins of
kitchen management and other du
ties to the plodding Mongolian.
While Carpenters Hud employ
ment nt full wages.
Chinese Carpenters, if less skil
full, woik for one half the wages
of their white brethren, and for odd
jobs arc generally preferred. The
supply is plentiful.
Clerks and Jiookkcepcrs,
cral arc enquiring for
ploymcnt, which is dillicult to
Jlostlers and Stablemen.
class appears to bo at all limes very
pieniuui. vacancies oceuj occa
sionally, but tho bulk of men seek
ing work of this description, re
'orlniitese Laborers. Consider
able numbers are seeking employ
ment.. Japanese Servants would readily
Hud work, being, as a rule, pre
ferred to Chinese, even at higher
wages. The supply, however, is
small and not to bo relied upon.
Merchant street, March 20, 1887.
Roman Catholic Catiikdual.
High nia-s ut 10 a. ji. Ve-pers at t ::!0
KAUJIAKAI'ILI ClIUIiCH. Rev. .1.
A iiininuii, pastor. Sunday school at
0:.'!0a. ji. Preaching at 10 :!() a. ji.
Young people's meeting at 7 :yo v. Ji.
Kawaiaiiao ClUJKClI IttiV. II. II.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
a. ji. Pleaching at 11 a. ji.
Y. M. C. .A. Young Men's Hible
Cla-s in the p.ulor at !):!" a. ji., con
ducted bythuGunur.il Suerct.irv. Gos
pel PraKe Servleo at 0::i0. Oonm and
bring a friend.
Ciiini:si: (.'iiuucn. Fort street, near
corner IJeretanla. .Mr. To Teng Uu,
evungellit. Chine-o Siuuliiv School,
!::S0a.ji. Chlnuso and EuglMi Sun
day .School, U:!!0 i; ji. Pru.iching 11
A. ji. nnd 7:'.!0 v. jr. Ulblo class in
Chinese Y. M. O. A. Hall, (!:II0 i ji.
Hktiikl Union Co.stsiti:t;ATioN.
Rev. E. C. Oggcl, pator. Services nt
thu Lyceum, Xiuianu avuiiiie, at 11
A. 31. and 7:110 r. ji. Sunday School
and Itlblu cl.is-, at II : 15 o'clock. Tho
Rev. S. E. HMiop will preach hi tho
evening. All cordally luted.
FOIIT-STUI'.LT Ciiuuoii. Row J. A.
Oriizan, pastor. Meeting for lllblo
study at 9 : is a. ji. Service at 1 1 a. ji.
and 7::!0 i 31. "Thu Sucrut Things of
the Soul Known to God," will bo Pastor
Ciuzau's theme Sunday morning. A
plain talk with those who cav "I don't
bulicvu tho Ulble," will bu tiiu Sunday
cvunliig theme. All aiu Invited.
Sr. Ammii:w'.i Catiii:dual. I'lrst
Congregation. Holy Communion, u:::0
a. ji. Morning prayer at !):()() a. 31.
Holy Communion with surinoii at 0:.'!0
a. 31. Pieacher, Rev. .1. M. Silver.
Kvensong with sermon, bv tho Rev. U.
II. Gowuii at !'. i 31. "All seats aro
Second Cougiegatlon. Rev. George
Wallace, A. M., pa-tor. Morning
Pr.iyer, with senium, at 11:15 a. 31.;
evening prayer, with teriuou, by Rev.
J. M. Silver, at 7:!J0 i ji, Sunday
ehool meets uHOa.ji, Seats fieu lit
1 ' '
l)n. Flint's Hiiaut Ri:mi:dv is a
Specific for nil forms tif Heart Dis
entu and also for UfcoabuH of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Doseiiptivo book
with ovcry bottle. Benson Smith it
Co., Audits. :151
A magnificent canopied monument
to the lato Bishop Woollswortli is to
lie placed in the autechoir of Lincoln
Cathedral. Tt is to bo surmounted
by a recumbent clllgy of tho Bishop,
wlio is represented in mcdliuval
Episcopal vestments, with mitre,
copo and pastoral staff.
Willard's remarkable picture of
"Jim Bludsoo," that was once ex
hibited in tho Academy of Design,
is now among tho art treasuies of
Colonel John Hay, who wrote the
poem that inspired the artist. Colo
nel Hay lias given Mr. Willard per
mission to duplicate tho picture for
William Walter Phelps.
R. B. Holt recently read a paper
before tho Royal Society of Litera
ture in Loudon on "Tho Culture of
the Ancient Britons." lit litis ho
maintained that the language, luwu
aud literature of thu ancient Biitous
proved tliitt they must liavu attained
a relatively high culture boforo thel
civilization was destroyed by barr
? nnd olvll ami circuit drivers, rim;
up Teleplimus N'o. 'Mo. Remember, It
costs no mure leu a ride In a good car.
nago than iltltes In 11 li.ul one. Ilono.
lulu Cnrriago Co, Stand comer of Foit
nml Muiclmiit M !U lw
I rA LBS. Kre-li Home-Mode Chow.
J UU lug Hibk-, or HM-nllul II ir.
liuis' l'o'o-, ami f ush, itulicitms Yanilla
and Choeiilatu ('renin which I giinr.ui
leu to lie f.ir Kiipcrlur and told elieapt'i'
limn any hnpotied, at F. HORN'S l'ion.
cer Steam Candy Factory and lliikcry
n 11 J lee Cream Parlor. Mlf
Q PERRY'S No. I Family- Klnur Is
O ollerut for salu by GONSALVIIS &
CO., (inetii Street. 01
WE HAVE j'ifct received pur Aus.
trall.i a nuw lot of Aitlts' Ma
terlil, Rliony Ware, Htu''kct, Caliinct
FntiiiM, Rustic I'lnin , etc. And wu
aru belter prcptiud than ever to nialsu
Cornices nnd I'itturo Frames, hating
thu largest and beat selected stock of
Mouldings In thu Kingdom. Kino
linos.' Airr Stoiu!. i
Patiionizi: Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of .1. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crypt al Soda
Works, wheic he is prepared to till all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale pi ice.-. Island order.- solicited
and pioniptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is lespeetftilly invited to
the met "no license is loquircd" to
sell these eigius. Do not forget tho
inline J. W. Hingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
1 You (lei let ?
..-........... , , ,. , .
Shlno on W. G. Armstrong
Ileum 1 fill Girl of KiUtan-....!oliu liriglit
M'CarlhyM iMiney Hall (lit-rniuuU)....
When I lay dis olu head low
Tho Harvest Rome II. W. Mono
I'll bo D.u II. von Holt
I'll Hike you home, ICiithleon (by ro-
que-l) J. M. Dowsclt
Finale... 'flic Skids. ..bv special lequest
with u bcpiml of llio following picked
men Messrs. Mnefarlnne, Armstrong,
Hoog, Bishop, Von Holt aud Slorse.
uur.iutr .Ktcii w G Armslron(r
lJanJo Solo J. Apploby
('linnictcr Song W. 11. Hongs
Grand Seiibutlonnl .Inp 11100 Bamboo
Polu Act, with nuw tricks K. Low
and W. G. Aiinsironi;.
To conclude with thu sidu splitting farce
ssriTi'iriaKY day :
Nuwchsiuictors by llio Company
Box Plan open at J. Vj. Hi own it Co's.
The Leading Milliuory House.
Wo hnvo this day icccivcd by tho S. S.
Australia, llio llnest line of
ever shown In this city. They nro
all Colois nnd tliu vciy
A Compkio lino of
En V.'hiru and Wlnck. All
tho Ltilct Xovillipt, in
Wings and Hfit Trimmings !
which will bo on Exhibition on
S. J. FISHEL.
Tho Leading Millinery Houso.
COIt. FOll'l' & NUTJSI STS.
E"C. R. 1HSIIOP."
Warranted Puro Brew
Malt and Hope,
And SlKCSALLY ltOTTI.DI)
for tho undersigned,
Porsulo by nil first-class liquor dealers
H. BAOKFEiO & GO;,
BoluAgontsfortho Hawaiian Islands,
Tl-' YOU FIND ANYTHING,
JL ailvcilhjo It in tho Pailt Humxtin
I IT 1 i
III inn Tim I
V llll H i.HIIIIIMIIU
JLM.111MU Ui UUIilUUilJ i(
THE U TCT--Yiax.-
'TEMPLE OF FASHION,'
G'.i Ss 05 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Uy thu Zciilimdiit, due here on llio ISlh of this month,
Mr. Ehrlich will rot urn (o Honolulu, with one of the Larg
est and best .Selected Slocks of
Ever imported to Honolulu.
The Ladies and General Public arc cordially invited to
inspect the Stock upon its arrival.
.NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS!
81 S. EHRLICH.
IMIOlhl.lt AXD UK.M.I.K Kl
Custom o Wlade o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Street?, Honolulu.
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
(Ming ail (feiits' Funiislf Goods
From the Teuiplo of Fashion at greatly reduced ratoj, tvo now oiler them to our
numerous patroin tit prices which duly competition.
Thuiu goods aio JlHl class In ovcry respect and conU of all grades and nun.
Hies of '
Clollii, Suitable for the fflct ai Poor alike.
In ollcning them to our uustomcis wo would. nioit rcspectfullv draw their nt
tcntion to thu fact that wo aro giving ihem the benefit ot our elie.ip bargain at.d
invito tho public in general to givo us a cill and examine these goods before nur
chaslng ulsewheru. Our usual llnu of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need especial comment. z
Chas.T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Searched, Abstract of Title
Fuinihlied, and Conwynnucs
Drawn on short notice.
Collodion Agoncy. Mil. lOIIxV GOOD,
Jit., Authorized Collector.
Employment Agency. Jin. F. MARCOS,
General Business Agency. No. :IS Mci
Hull Telephone It IH. V. O. Itux -J Iff.
(Foimcily with Samuel Kott).
Importer1 mut jDoiilor in
STOVES, CHANDSLEERS, LAMPS,
CROCKERY, GhASSWARi:, HOUSE FURNISH IX(I HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
CST Store formerly occupied by S. NOT T, opposite Sprocket &. Co.'s Bank. -t
JOI I0TT, lo. 8 Kaataai Street.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Qhandeliers, Laimos and Lanterns,TG
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE'
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, CQPER AND
093 SHEET IRON WORK.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
(Successors to Dillingham & Co., & Samuel Noll.)
Now Goods for tho Holiday a! Silvov Plated Ware
in Now Designs.
OJeiOSUIIDEX AND 3LAMPS
From tho very bes makers.
0 CUTLERY o
A. Complejo Hlo?Ic ol CooIn In Every H.Iue.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU. oa
thu uullro Stock of
II. UACKFELD & Co.
Egafi - Co.'s
Fisliiilates, Belts &Sjte.