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BISIlOl & Co., lSAftJEUSUS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Kxclianuo on the
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Auil that ;ienle m
HEW YORK, DOSIP; 1I0NU K0NU.
Mossrs. N. M . llotlisi i tl & Hon, London
The Commcioial Mu r Co., of Sydney,
The Uommerclul Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank.of Now tfealaud; Auckland,
Olirlsliluircli, nnd Wellington,
Tho Hank or Itiitifli Columbia, Vic
toria, li 0., nnd Portland, Or.
Transact 1. tScncru.1 Hanking Business.
(Mil) 1 y
a? 1 1 Tai
r Pledifeil to neither Sect nor Party,
Sut established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, OCT- 18, 1888.
It may be remembered by some of
OWour readers that the IIuu.ltin, some
. time ago, referred to a project of
Mr. "W. II. Gracnhalgh's to have tho
quality of Hawaiian-grown tobacco
thorouglilj tested by experts. Mr.
Gracnhalgh took with liim a sample
to New York, where it was examined
and tested by peibons skilled in that
kind ol thing. Their report is
very satisfactory, and gives strong
- encouragement to hope that tobacco
culture may become a prominent
and piofitable industry on these
islands, It i well known to every
resident in this country that tobacco
grows luxuriantly almost anywhere
on the gioup; but it contains a larjjc
'amount of nitre or something else
which has pievenlcd it becoming
popular, otherwise than among the
natives, for smoking purposes; and
no one here, so far as our informa
tion goes, has ever succeeded in dis
covering any means of extracting
the objectionable ingredient while
retaining the good qualities. It ap
pears that the New. York tobacco
experts experienced no diilicultj
whatever, but accomplished the de-
sired lesult to their entire satisfac
v tion by some process of sweating.
The "Tobacco Leaf," a paper
published in New York, and the
organ of the tobacco trade of the
United States, in its issue of Sept
ember 2Gth devotes an article to the
sample of Hawaiian tobacco sub
mitted by Mr. Gracnhalgh, which
needs no explanation. Following is
the article in full:
. -, "From Honolulu, Hawaiian Isl
ands, Mr. W. 1J. Giacnhalgh, editor,
stationer and merchant, this week
brought to us for our, and through
us, New Yorlc leaf tobacco dealers'
inspection, a sample of tobacco
grown tins year on one of the farms
belonging to King Kalakaua, who is
'now'in the fourteenth year of his
reign, and whom all people in this
and other countries recognize as an
enlightened, cntorprisiug and pro
gressive monarch. The parcel was
a welcome token of the continued
friendship of his Majesty, King Ka-
lakaua, and his accomplished envoy,
Mr. Gracnhalgh,. both of whom are
readers and patrons of the "Tobacco
- "The tobacco submitted to us was
in this instance in a crude condition ;
it was almost as Nature made it, but
Nature had done her work very well.
It was bound in hands by strips of
bass, had good color and aroma, but
was coarse in grain and texture, and
,vas, therefore, unfitted for cigar
leaf. The veins and stems were un
commonly large, and in our judg
ment the tobacco seemed suitable
only for pipes. Our view on this
subject was concurred in by leading
leaf tobacco merchants, to whom wo
showed specimens of the leaf.
"When wo asked experts where they
supposed the ttbacco was grown,
thsy, one and all, confessed inabil
ity to decide, which was not to be
. "Mr. GracnhalEh assured us that
this sample of tobacco represented
1V1 t.wn tnim nf fnhncen rrrnwn on inn
-..- - 0 - -
it and a half acres of ground at "Ka-
lakaua's Plantation," North KTonn,
Hawaii, which indicates a fertile
, soil; and In return, we hero assuro
him, as wo did when talking with
him, that excellent smoking tobacco
can be made of those two tons of
leaf. We also add, that the locality
which he represents is capable by
.both soil and climato of yielding to-
' bacco iltfornll commercial purposes.
J What seems to bo wanted to insure
succcst in tobacco cultivation there
,''is more knowledge respecting tho
, proper methods of growing and
curing this staple article. Three
- crops per autium, it appears, can bo
grown in that favored land, the tem
perature seldom declining ucioiv w
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POSTAL UWOfi WITH HAWAII.
The following letter appeared in
the San Francisco "livening llullo
lin" of October Oth:
Kmtok HuI.ixtin : A closer pos
tal union with the Hawaiian Islands
lias been pioposed, like thai which
ha9 brought Mexico and Canada
into such intimate lelatious with tho
United States. Our 'J-cent stamp
will take n letter to Quebec or Vera
Cruz why not to our nearer neigh
bors in Honolulu Our social ic
lations with tho islands arc intimate,
and call for many letters of friend
ship from here and from the Hast to"
kindred domiciled in Hawaii. If
the adoption of the 2-ccnt rate
should treble the correspondence
(and it probably would within two
years) tho Government would lose
nothing by tho change.
A reduced rate of poslnrjo on our
newspapers and periodicals would
soon increase their circulation among
the foreign residents and also among
the educated of the native popula
tion. The business prollt may be small
from any possible patronage in so
small a Kingdom, but tho good our
literature may do to the islanders is
unquestionable. American influ
ence will be greatly and rightfully
increased to the benefit and satis
faction of all concerned. It is a
good time to establish cheap post
age to Hawaii. B.
NO LIKEE GO.
Editor Bulletin : Me plenty
see heap talkco lately floni too many
pakes. Why for Chinaman litec
alloc same haole? It is evident to
the most obtuse comprehension that
these Chinese compositions bear the
most right-angled impress of the
employment of white talent in their
construction. Just now me litec.
Me no speak some othcrmanhe litec
for me. Me sabe too much, you are
at libertj' to wager your saccharine
existence. Me leplescnt leading
Chinaman. Me speak Chinaman no
likee go. Chinaman he come to
stay you hear the dulcet voice of
the undersigned. II. G. N. too
muchec sling ink alloc same Wlap
pcrs. Jno. F. Smith loo muchec
chin wag. Let them go bathe in
Plenty men say no likee China
man keep store. Speak no more li
cence. All litee Chinaman no
care. Before sell plenty gin with
no licence; just now bell everything
else without licence.
Chinaman cultivate licee. China-
mau pay plenty tax. He velly good.
Sometime he see Distlict Judge get
too little money from the Govern
ment. Velly often he give the poor
judge fifty dollars. Chinaman he
lookee sec leplesentative have small
money; he immediately dives down
into the innermost recesses of his
pocket and develops swag sufficient
to wreathe the representative counte
nance with seraphic smiles. Gov
ernment hire policeman thirty dol
lars ; Chinaman go several dollars
Some men no likee Chinaman be
cause no hab not wife. Plenty
white men no got wife. Me heap
sabe family: me hab three wives
China and one wife Hawaii. Me say
all ee same: Chinaman he no got
wife he go ; white man he no got
wife he go too. It is a poor rule
that won't operate in diametrically
opposite directions. Ladies prepare
your ballots. Whang Fat.
Hawaii, Oct. 10.
Hawaiian Tramways Co., L'd, )
Honolulu, Oot 17, 83. J
DUHING my temuoinry absunro in
California Jlr. Iuieoln Cabot will
act as uiv rcpreeenlMivc.
T. GRAHAM GKIBBLE,
75 It Engineer.
BIKDS ! BIRDS !
AY K choice Singing Ca.
niiry .Birds and a rlioleu
loi of Japanese Btrawbeiry
Blrdn, jiii-t iiceivcd ex S. S.
Arabic, for Mile by
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Cor. Kori & Q'leen btrcet".
LOT FOR SALE
Bg& "fcN Kinj? Rticct, opposite
fcS, J Mr. Atlie.rlou'tf. Has a
frontage of m feet by Sin
feet deep. Apply to
A DIVIDEND ot Tlnce Dollars per
share will be paid to the share
holders of the Iutur.If.lnud Httnin Navi.
gallon Co, on THURSDAY, iho 18th
Instant. .7. ENA,
Hono'iilu, October 10, 18B8. 74 .It
A GENTLE Pon)';
safe for a child
to llde. Kuriuiro at
v. ilio hui.i.irriN Olllee,
Headquarters, Honolulu Rifles,
Honolulu, Out. VJ, lffiS.
tfrKOIAL OltDEIl, No. !5.
rpHE members of On. "A" aio
X hereby onion d to asfceniblo
at tho Armory on THURSDAY
EVENING, the J8d instant, at
7:20 o'clock, in Fatigue Unl.
fniin, for I bo election of Cap
tain and in Lieutenant, vice
Pratt nndTorbeit lealgned. Cup.
tuiti and Ordnance Ollicer Hugh
Gunn in henby detailed to jiieslde at
said election. By ordr,
JL V. IIEHBARD,
Captain and Adjutant. 73 8t
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Auctiit Sales by Lovris J, Lnvoy.
Regular Cash Sale!
On Friday, Oct. 19, at 10 a.m.,
At my Sale-ioom?, cornri of Queen
and Foil i licet", I will Fell at
Pub iu Aliutlon,
Dry Goods I Clothing!
Orookory & Glassware,
Sacks Poialoe?, Com & Onion?,
Boxes Fresh Apples, Groceries, &c, &c.
A quantity of
Removed to Salesrooms for conveni
ence of pale. Also,
1 Fine open Buggy I
1 Cairlage Express, anil several
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
ITIGE of SALE!
BY oiilor of Messrs. Bishop & Uo , anil
in mcortlancij with tho power of
Hide contained in a certain mortgngo
deed given by IHinina ('rowiilnl)iiiji lo
O. H. Bifliop & Co., dated Ilie 20th day
of October, 1F83, and recorded hi the
Registry of Deed in Honolulu, in Book
71, iai;w 400, 401 and 402, Hie under,
signed will sell at Public Auction,
On WEDNESDAY, Oct. 24, '88,
AT l!i O'CLOCK SOOX,
At his Salesrooms, coiner of Fort and
All those Six Lots !
BUunic In Honolulu, on the Kulaokidiua
Pinins iTtl now occupiul by
T. R. Walker, libq.
BTerms Cash and Deds at
expense of purchasor.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
TENDERS W ANTED.
rpENDERS for the biipply of meat to
X the Quten'n Hospital for 1 year
lrom November 1, 188S, will be received
at tho "rtiee of tin uuduivjigiied up to
SATURDAY NEXT, tho SJJib inslunt,
at noon. For pmticulais apply to
F. A. SCIIAEFKR,
Honolulu, Oct. 13, 188?. - 71 lw
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the facilio bngar 3III1,
the following gentlemen wcio elected
olllceiri for the ensuing year:
F. A. t-Yliaofer President.
C. R. Bishop Vicc-fi evident.
.7. 1 1 oting Treasui or.
II. Renjes Secretary.
J. II. Palv Auditor.
Honolulu, Oct. 17, 1B88. 4t
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the Ftock
holileisol the Waianae Company
held Uiis date tho following gentlemen
were duly elected to serve ap ollicers for
the ensuing year, viz:
Piesident II. A. Widemnnn,
Vioe-l're.sideut G. N Wilcox,
Treasurer A Jaeger,
Secretary C (f. Merger,
Auditor C. O. Ib-ruer.
C. O. J1ERQEK,
Honololn, Oct. 16, 1883. 74 lw
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the iinnual meetinc of the ttock
holders of tho Illicit Suaar Co.
hdd in Honolulu, October 15, 1S88, the
lollowing olHcern were roclcotul to
serve dining the ensuing jeiir:
W. G. Trwln President,
John A. Buck Vice-President,
W. M. (liffaid ' &
II. M. Whltnev. Ji Auditor.
W. M. (,'II'FARD,
7!i lw tjeuielary, H. S. Co.
Amateur Minstrel Co.
WILL G1YE A PERFORMANCE
Saturday Evening, Oct. 20,
AT H o'cr.uou.
C3f Box Plan open at Hawaiian News
Co. on THURSDAY, October -I8th, at
0 . 'clock A, at. 71 4t
Hi SO l'cr VeU.
jiS C'ciilM J'.ueli,
A first-class Cook has been engaged to
succeed the one heretofore employed.
The Tallica aro Marble top and Clean;
tho Walters attentive.
V. CHUN HKi:,
72 3m " Proprietor.
Cliil) House Restaurant
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Auction Sales by James F. Morgau,
On Friday, Oct. I Oth,
' AT i O'CLOCK A. 31..
I havo received lntruclIoiis fom Jlr. II.
Morgan, on account of dopurtuio Ironi
the Klnciloin, to sell at iili ictddciuo,
l'alama, the wholn of hit
Household Fnrnit'ro & Effects
I'nnrlMliig of '-
One IMcgnnl Parlor lounge,
1 Mnrblctop tVnter Table,
1 Center Bug, 1 Chandelier,
Unhol HockciB. CanoOlinlrs,
Black W. Bedroom Sols,
Writing Desk, Wardrobes, Bureaus,
Brackets, Clnoinos, ltujjs,
Kitchen Stove, Uefrlgci'ator,
Garden lloso, FloscrPols,
Crockcryware, Vasos, Ctouks,
Ktc., Utc., Etc., Etc.
,TAS. F. MORGAN,
BY Older of A. J. Caitw light, Trus
tee of the Estate ot R. W. Holt,
the" Assignee of a leitaln Mortgage
Deed, dated 12th of August, lS&Cund
lecorded in the Olllee of the Registrar
of Couveyanees, in Honolulu, in Eibor
1)4, folios 'JfluU, uiado by Hindi o w,
and Kaalhuc k, her huh.iiul, to .lames
It.. Holt, Jr, and by him ..ssigncd to the
said A. .r. ( aitwiight, Trustee as nfoie
iald, by deed o't assignnient, dated
March 21, 188", and recorded In Liber
105, folios 91-2, 1 am directed to sell at
On Wednesday, Oct. 2dtli,
AT 1 O'CJ.0Ii. .voo,
At my Salesroom, in Honolulu, all
Pieces-? r Parcels oi Land,
Situate hi Iile, Island of Oahu, and
niorii'paitieuliiily deseiibed as follows:
1 - All those eeitain pieces or p.ueels.
of Land, eoutaing an area of 1 7-100
Aeies, and nioie uarticulsuly deseilbed
in Roy.d PatenlXo. iW.), Land Coiiunis
slou An :u (I Xo. 3801) to Ljielohelobe
2 All those certain pieces or paicels
of Laud, containing an ica of 2 illt-lOO
Aciesand more nrtlcularly desciibed
in Royal P.iteut Xo. 1302, Land Com
mission Awaid. Xo. 4270 to Kaeo, and
being the same piemises that were con
veyed to the haid Jlaabco by Mauaia,
by deed dated the 1st day of .lauuarv,
1SS4, andieeoidcd in Liber ill, follow
BSrFor futthcr particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or J. M
Mousarrat, Allornev for
" 73 id
By order or G. W. Bingcss, E-q I will
sell at Public Auction,
On WEDNESDAY, Oct. 24, '88,
AT lO O'Ul.OUK A. 3J..
At his residence, Berctania street, (op
posite the Ice ork),
The Entire Househ'd Furniture,
B. W. Parlor Set !
Uiiholbtcred in Biocaded I'liihti,
Kargu M .rbj -top Center Table,
Stele Engravings, Marine PI tures,
Large Center Rug,
Sofa & Ihneau Ruj, Cat pcting.
Lace Curtains & P.ilc,
1 Heavy Carved B. W. Bedroom Set,
Spring Mattraeses, I arye Miir.nv,
Mo-quito XetJ, Feather I'lltoua.
B. W. Bedstead and Bureaus,
Upliolslcred E-isy Chairs, Lounge,
Black Walnut Cheffoniere,
Omc 1'iller KxteiiHioii Table,
.Black Walnut Dining Chairs,
ChandullerH, Lumps, Wardrobe,
One Wilson Sewing Machine,
Sllvei ware, Crockery ifc Glahsware,
Meat Safe, Gaideu Tools,
Charter Oak Range & Utensils
Ferns & Plants, Law n Mower,
Canary Birds & Cages,
2 Carriage Horses,
1 Maro, 1 Open Buggy, 1 Set
The Building Lot,
At rear of the icsidcnce lot, fronting
on Kiuau street, sizo lOOxlOJ feet.
tSTTromlsoj will bo open for inspec
tion on TUKSDAY, Oct. 23id, from 0
A. M. tO 3 1'. M.
JAS. F. BIOItGAN,
Per B. 8. Australia,
At The Beaver Saloon
If. J. XOITK, lA-oprlc(or.-
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Auction Sales by James F, Morgan,
BYoidoi of A. J. O.irtwrlRbt, Trufteo
ot Iho Estate of It. W. Jlolt, tlio
Moitgacce named in a certain indenture
oi mortgage, dated t8lh of May, 1880,
an I leeoidid la tho Olllco ot tho Reg
lfdiarof Convonnee, in Honolulu, in
llbii'lUl, lolloi 80-tf, and madobyS.
NipahiiUapu lo snld A.. J. Cartwilgbt,
Tiut"' iih afnofvaid, I am diiected to
,ell al Pnhllo Auction,
On Weiliu'Nclny, Ot. 'lili,
AT IV5 fl'VI.UK .)O.V.
Al my tialesioom, In Honolulu, all
iieco or Parcel of Land,
Situate at Kapalamn, Isl.ind or Oahu,
raakal of and near thoGovernmentroad,
ro 'tu n-ng an a-ea of 00-100 of an Acre,
and being Apatia 1, of Iloynl Patent No.
OOJ'J, Land Commhtdon Awa'dNo. 1241,
and tho siuio premises that vicrecon
vejed to the i aid S Napnhukapu by I).
Maualtu and M. Moauauli, Administra
tor and Adminlstrarix of theEbtaloof
J. Moauauli, by deed dated tho 7th of
May, 183ft, and iccorded tu tho Olllee of
the said Ueglstrar, In Liber 101. folios
78 i-0. This Land is leased for 50 per
BSyFor further paiticulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or to.!. M. Monsarnit, Attorney for
Mortgagee. 75 id
1Y order of Mniy Ann Brown, l)e
J vlste under th-i last Will and Tes
tament of Tliouuib Brown, Into of Hono
lulu, Oahu, deci used, iidd dice.ibt d being
the moiigagee nunud in a (erlain inuii
gage deed dated M.ny 30, &8r, and maile
by Kahaolehuliiliulu uud P. JV. Ka
anauna, her husband, lo mid Thomas
Brown, I am directed to s-ell at Public
On Saturday, Oot. 20th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK SOOX,
At my Salcsioom in Honolulu, all
Piece or Parcel oi' Land,
Situate at Kuaiula, iu slid Honolulu,
nnd being. Hie same as described in
Apana 1, Hoy.d Patent No. 234C, eon
taiuing an aiei of thieu-cighls ) of
an aciu. Kor further j.liliculiits cn
JAS. P. MOK&AN,
Or to Cecil Brown, Alloinev of Dovi;ee.
Dated UonoiUMi, Sept. L'2, lto8. 71 td
BY order of A. Kosa, and in accord
ance amiIi tho power of sale con
lamed in a eeitain moitgage made byS.
Napahukapu anil Kahels, his wife, of
tiouululu, Oahu, to A. ltosti, Guaulian,
of rccoid in tho Hawaiian Registry ol
Deeds in Honolulu iu hook b-1, pages
47!) ami -Idl. The undersigned will sell
in Public Auction, at .his Salesroom,
Queen street, in said Honolulu,
On Wednesday, Oct. 24,
AT IB O'CLOCK SOOX,
All the Ileal Estate heieiu below des
ciihcdulih the appurtenances, due no
tice of intention to iorcclose i-iiid niort
uaiiee liavinir been duly published.
Kenl JCslate lo taf Hold: All the Land
dcaciibed in lineal Paliut 1505, L. G. A.
103 to ICaul, containing
An Area oi 652-100 Acres,
Situ He iu Kalnei okaku, Kapnlaui3,
in. slid Honolulu.
This Land is lewd for 10 years, fiom
February 1, ISSI, at an annual rental of
$10, pi.Mililo hemi-auuuitlly in advance.
JAS. J?. MOKGAN,
Honolulu, Oc a, 18jS. 74 td
By order of J. M. Monsarrat, Kq., I will
sell at Public Auction, at my Sales-
room, Queen -St., iu Honolulu,
On Wednesday, Oct. 24,
AT lit O'CLOCK XOOX,
The following Pieces of Laud, viz:
All that Certain Piece of Land,
Situate at Piiuiemi, H-inoa, Oahu.
CoutaluinK an area of about 20 Acres,
and Joinvtu as the "Akana KaJauki Pre
mlsis." This Lund has a running stream
limning thiough it, and an unfailing
supply of water. There is one largo
tain pate now on It, aud six or seven
acres more of the Land cm be put into
taro, and tho rest U suitable for banana
raising uud pasture laud. The Land has
a frontage of 01 ) feet on the road, and a
lino view ot Waikikl and the sea.
K3) Deeds at expeuto of tho pur
chasers. For fuithcr particulars apply to
JAS. F. MOltGAN,
Or to J. M. Jlonsarrat, No. 27 Jlcr.
chant street. 74 td
FOR SAN FKANOISCO,
The Al titenuiBhip
"Will leave Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, Oct. 23,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. Q, IRWIN & CO., Agents.
rpHE DAILY BULLETIN is alive
X evening paper, DO ceuts per month
. . .
CU1 D)i tf. PPiiPMV
2a 3 Q Sn Ka VA S l?HuBB ifuHa I
11AVE JUbT ltllCUlVKD A COMPLETE LINE OF
Lafliea', Gents', & Ciilfireis' Mm Suits,
Also, Ladies' Black Diamond Dye Hose
In future, Mrs. E. Small will bo prepared lo do
Constant Lino oi Schooners Ample Opportunity for All.
OWING to our constantly luciinsiog busincFB and the punt demand of an appre
ciating community, we havocoueltld.d in ollei an nppnitiinily In all parties
having capital. Our Lino of Sehonners may ho seen gliding over the "liar" filled
to their iitmoil carrying capacity of OUar, 'Cool and Invigorating
John Wieland's Philadelphia Lager Beer !
-A-U? U-'UTi: "Or8XrX,13RION SALOON."
Toaeconiino a)o our VaU Fleet of Schonners', our ico vaults are now being eu.
hnged icgaidless of eojt. The
Is the only place where a Cool Glass of HUI.ADt LPIHA DEKlt, on I)if,uylit
ciin be had in tlo-iolulii. Stp forward, Genlleine., li'iVs the timu. .'.2 lm
:JUST KSCEBVED AT:
A LARGE INVOICE OF FINE JEWELRY
OF THE LATEST & PRETTIEST DESIGNS
DIAMONDS IN SOLITAIRES & CLUSTER !
The X'niiiutiM J.'orinuii Solid Wlu'i'v.aic t'v 5 i:icMt Triple
, I'latt-ilnuic, in si'iat vi ii'iy
Waltham atclies, Elgin 'Watches, &c,
At Exceedingly Low Prices.
Bcmiiitul BXswble CloIt? I :
&5iccinl Jjiuo t AJin-m Oloeksi, tvt Si VS.
These Goods havo all boon personally selected in the Slates, guaran
teeing thoioby a choice teh-elion of tho Nowosl and Latest Designs.
Sample Packages of Goods t-cnt to any pait of the Kingdom. Having
every facilities requisite for a lirst-cl.if-o jewelry manufacturing establish
ment, wo feel confident that we can nianiifiicturo anything that may bo re
quired in tho Jewelry or Silverware Line.
wrWAXon rc3Sj?Air?jNG ss iqigravingii
In our well-known manner.
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GEMINI CLEARANCE SALE.
Plush. Sets, ladies' Work Baskets,
In Plush & Lcnthvi ; ISii-qmi, (Jlnt-s & Paiian Ware, Opera & '
JlaiiiU' Uliifjses, Tidei-copis,
IMCiiisic Boxes, Toys, 3E$oo1:h, .Ubiiuns,
And other things too mimeious to mention. All tho above
Goods will bo offered at tho
LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
40S?"Tlio above Goods are Now,
been imported ex recoilt arrivals and
Ens ojtpejit Es'VEJiviivos -sa
W. H. ORAMHALGH
1 0 JT-oi-t Stveoi, Honolulu.
ZST BAHGAINS -J Now Lino of jjgy- BAHGAINB -&i
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New invoice of
S1LF-HAEDWA1, PLOWS k Gffll MERCHANDISE.
JVovolLiuts nad Fancy GoodH, In Liu'o Varloty.
Mr. S. ROTH,
Merchant Tailor !
HnBjust reUirned from San Fran
cisco with a Largo Hlock of the
Finest English & Scotch Goods
Ever brought to tills city.
ESrTlio Goods were bought in Bond
Cheap, and he intends to give his cus
tomers tho benefit of these nuicliascs-
C?" Call and soo lor yourselves rjg
k FAIGY GOODS
Fresh and of tho Latest Design, having
were selected expicssly for the trade.
rdware Co., L'd,
Starr St Co.'s
OK JL. I3J IBATiiD
NO. 1 FLOUE,
A coaeigument of the above
FOR SALE at LOW RATES !
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