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!fe; IY AUTHORITY.
Change ol'PolIlng Place.
The polling place of the 1st Pro
oinel, iind Disliicl, has been changed
from the corner of Fauna ami Nun
ami Htieels to lite Water Olllec, at
the fool of Judd Llill.
470 It Minister of luUuior.
Party Representatives in
the Polling Places..
1 am lequested by parties inter
nsled to publicly statu the number
of person? tept wonting candidates
who by law ate allowed in the pol
ling places on oleotion day.
Tbo statute allows each candidate
for Kopre.sentativo to have one
watcher for each ballot box at each
polling place. Kaoh polling place
has two ballot boxei-. Therefore each
candidate for JteprCj-entntivo en
titled to two watchers at each pol
. ling place in hi district. The whole
ticket for Nobler, for the putpo-eof
watchers.it the polls, is treated as
one, and in entitled to the same mini
ber of watchers that one Hopre.-eir
That is to say, each ticket for
Nobles in entitled to one Watcher for
each ballot bra.x at each polling place,
or two at each polling place.
The clerk and messenger icfencd
loin Schedule C, page 42, are not
allowed in the polling place, other
wise, than as it may be necessary for
the messenger to deliver or icceive
I'.OHUIN A. THUKSTON,
Minister ol the Interior.
Fobruaiy 3, 18!)0. !( 2t
'X Jl JO
Pleilirl to neither Sect nor Piirty,
Hut esfallisieil for the benefit of all.
Tl'KSDAY, FKH. I, 18S0.
Change of Government, when
rffeeted by extra-coiititulional
means, f 'damaging to a country's
credit abroad and destructive of con
fidence at home; but such is not the
necessary nor the usual result of
changes constitutionally produced.
There is a wide distinction both in
the means and their efl'ecls between
constitutional ' and revolutionary
change-?, which men who undertake
to enlighten the public should un
derstand. Change- conic along
pretty regulaily every four or
-ix years in Croat Hritnin, when
the two great parlies exchange
positions, hut affairs go on very
nearly as before, and as for confi
dence or credit, they scarcely feel a
TO-MORROW Will DECIDE.
To-mm row will decide, all over
the island-, who are lo compo-e the
next Legislature. . We shall be
heaitily glad, and no doubt most of
our readers will be also, when the
battle is over. For several week
past the eleetu n lias been the one
engiossing topic in Honolulu. .Numer
ous meetings, innumerable spe'ecohs,
and volumes of mint, have been
held, delivered, and circulated dur
ing the campaign, until quiet and
peaceable people must be pretty
well nauseated. Of declamation,
offensive personalities, and wild as
seition we have had a surfeit, but
comparatively .little calm and in
telligent discussion of questions that
affect the country'., welfare. ft is
well thai the end is near.
No doubt most electors have al
ready made up their minds for whom
lo vote. The names of the various
candidates on both bides have been
befoie the public for weeks, and the
lectors have probably decided who
of them, in their diveinifled opinions,
are the beat men to elect. Jt is to
lie hoped that they have exercised
sound judgment, and that they will
iend to the Legislature, in their in
terests, the best representatives
available. We shall see.
Our elections, so far as wo know,
have always been orderly and good'
natured, and there is no reason why
Hie election of (o-morjow should not
tie the same. The contest of tongue
and printers' ink is to be" settled
by the ballot, and it Ik to Im hoped
that all concerned will have the
Stood sense to insist that this final
act in the drama l performed in a
way , creditable to an enlightened
people. Let us have fair play, and
i lien when the friendly contest is
over submit giacefully to Uio will of
ytAraAVg'nfa wWWHm Itfm
TO THE ELECTORS Of THE 3RD
Our candidate for this district)
Mr. A. Marques, wishing to make,
one final address to his constitu
ents, we submit to the public the
'following proclamation of Ids.
Voters of the Od District, if you
want a man with no axe of hi own
to grind, no friends to provide for,
if you want an Independent, earnest
and fearless man to represent your
district, to discuss and defend your
interests and your rights, together
with those of the whole nation, will
ing to sneak and write for you lo
the full extent of his abilities, able
lo devote all his time to the public
duties assigned by you, then wc ask
you lo give your ' votes to Mr. A.
Marques, with the entire confidence
that you will never find hitn un
worthy of your trust.
Electors, the present, situation of
the country, and the dangers which
can be foreseen ahead, imperatively
require that the men selected by
you should be solid, intelligent, hon
est and cfllclcnt men.
Therefore, electors of the J(d Dis
trict, vote for Mr. A. Marques, and
for the Noble candidates of the Na
lional Reform Tarty. Per Order
Ok tiik MkciianhV Psion.
As you know, 1 have been nomin
ated, in convention of the Woiking
men's Protective Union and Hid Ku
lajaina, foiming tbo National Reform
l'aity, to i un on their behalf in this
Hd District, as a candidate for Re
presentative lo the coming session of
the Leg i slat inc.
having accepted m a i-oeial and
public duly, Ihc honor thus conferred
on me, by being N'loelod as a sincere
advocate of the working classes of all
nationalities in this community, I
licreby solicit the support and the
votes of all the friends of tho people.
1 have pledged myself to the differ
ent articles of the platform or '")e
claiation of Piineiples'V published by
the joint afoiesaid political associa
tions, lint, whilst piomising that
if elected I shall devote all my ener
gies to obtain the utilisation of those
various planks, I shall also, outside
of the platfoini, icmmvo my inde
pendence, so as to he able to vote for
right and against wiong, on what
ever side they may be. I shall always
strive to assist in piocuring for this
countiy a good government for all
and by all, with moic liberties, more
leaped for the rights of the people
than we have yet obtained, and 1
shall especially devole myself to pio.
tooting the tights and inlciests ol the
labeling clashes in general, of the
native Hawaiian and of the 1'oitu
guesu in puiticiilitr,
I shall denounce any scheme en
daugeiiug the independence or
autonomy of the l.-lands, whatever
might lie the pretext given lo dis-gui-eit;
and whil-t not wishing in
any way lodiivoout of the country
the Asiatics aheudy established bote
and protected by the Constitution,
yet 1 shall absolutely oppose any
other Chinese or .hi panose being in
tioduced unless sent for by planta
tions, lo be kept theie and sent hack
when no more employed and shall
advocate that Uio piojiibilioir of
trade and mechanical occupation bo
immediately applied to all Asiatic
laboreis now contiaeteil on planta
tions. In addition In the other planks of
the National P.uly's platform, 1 shall
piopo-c inriii-imv to iiisuie a moie
efficient and numerous police, a
liiner and moie la-ting road-making
by the adoption of the Kurnpean
"Cantonier" system a pjoper sys
tem of sewer.-for Honolulu; a com
plete study of tho im'galion icsourocs
of the country, in iow of developing
it-ngiicultuic; I -lull also suggest
modifications of tho bankruptcy law
in favor of the poor people, and regulation-
tor picw'iitiiig the too hasty
inhumation of the dead.
All my time will fnrtheimoie be
dedicated lo study the wants of the
countiy, and to justify the confi
dence placed in me.
Thorefore,l'loeloi.- and .Fellow-citizens,
if- those difl'eienl views meet
with youi appioval, 1 call on you' to
manifest it by a unanimous vole in
my favor on ihc ."ith of February.
Candidate of the National Itefoim
Pailv for Ihc !ld District.
THE PROPERTY QUALIFICATION.
Knrroir Hi i.m-.tin' Can you tell
us thisr Isittiuo, as some hero
contend, that there are lOfi men,
employees in one concern on Oahu,
and nearly half of them Ilawaiians,
who have' the property qualification
or annual Income that entitles them
to be voters for Nobles? If so, it is
probable that there are hundreds of
others their equals in every respect,
in intelligence, loyalty, independ
ence, and a desire for stable govern
ment who in the out districts'cannot
get their names on the Great Regis
ter, and are deprived of their equal
sliaie in representation. We can
sco r reason for, and do not com
plain, that wages are higher l,in
Wahu" than they are ."ma Waho,"
for while our personal taxes are the
feauic, our other expenses may be
Joss. Rut our positions of trust on
ranches and plantations at 10 a
month, about the engines and in the
shops, and as undcr-lunas and
teamsters proves us as good and
true men as out equals and mates
in Honolulu working as helpers in
shops, or as draymen, dr roust
abouts, at SfiO. .
Tjiis js not at all a question of
nice but of right and equality. We
,do not wonder Uiat tjw "1011" arc
dissatisfied that their favorite, frjcmL,
and first choice is not offered lo
them as candidate. We, too, If al
lowed, should vole for our employ.
.crs for thoac whose .Interests are
the jrdne ns ours tho eawo in kind
if not in degree nr assessable
Wc believe the evidence Is fast in
creasing thai the elective franchise is
a delusion and n snare. Some of
tho favored few who possess the
double vote aro fair-minded enough
lo admit this.- Other some would
block tho why to any readjustment
by persistent asseition of what many
do not believe.
While we all know that no parly
r majority in any Legislature can build
lo cover llicir whole platform, which
is often laid out large for tho sole
purpose of catching votes, the only
wise and safe course, for those who
have been sagacious enough to avoid
entangling alliances and pledges to
go-it-hlind for an unannounced ticket
and "nominations unfit-to-bo-made"
Is to vote as a Mniwmi1.
Maui, dan. ::i.
WHO DESTROYED OUR CREDIT.
F.nrron Hui.i.r.iiN: I have read
in the Advertiser Mr. Dillingham's
speech delivered in the Hides'
Armory last Satuiday evening. He
is generous enough to give persons
allied to the National Reform patty
credit for sincerity and a desiro to
see the country well-governed and
prospciom; bill why follow with so
much exaggeration of cold facts,
about the restoration of confidence
by the present government,? Mr.
Dillingham must know that it was
the very party which he extols to
much, and of which the Administra
tion is a part, who were the very people
who first shook our credit abroad.
The lack of confidence among
moneyed men in London, leading to
the failure of the late Mr. Wlldcr's
scheme, was not due to the ante-revolution
Administration, but to the
revolution itself. Rm-oiiiimi.
SURVIVAL OF REFINED BRUTAL
ITY. The following is a Rirmingham,
Alabama, despatch of Jan. 10, 18f)0
(United States cf Ameiica, nine
The killing of "Doc" Hell, a pro
minent citizen of Hcllin, Ala., Wed
nesday by Sam ('. Creamer, Mar
shal of the town, turns out lo have
been a very sensational affair.
It was a duel to the death in the
streets. There had been bad blood
between them for a long time on ac
count of family affairs, the men be
ing related Iry marriage, ' ,
Wednesday night" they met face
to face in the street for the first time
in several months.
"I guess wo might as well sellle
our little nffairand bo through with
it," said Hell, stepping back a few
paces and drawing a pistol.
lie fired ami Cieamcr fell to the
ground, shot through the shoulder.
Hell continued to shoot, and
Creamer, resting himself on one el
bow, drew his pistol and shot Hell
four times, every ball passing
through Hell's body, killing him al
most instantly. ,
Creamer is badly wounded, but
IT WAS RAIN.NG.
Yesterday afternoon while the rain
was pouring down a citizen It-It the
Postolllce to encounter an acquain
tance who was also sheltered by an
"Raining, isn't it?"quciiod Hie
"Raining, isn't it?"
"I'd like to see you a moment,"
was tho reply. "Come upstairs."
The two passed up, traversed the
dark hall to its darkest corner,, and
then No. 2 turned on No. 1 with:
"Do you take inc for an infernal
"Why, no; of course not."
"Ho jou suppose I'm carrying an
umbrella around to keep the sun off
at this time of l)ie year?"
"J'm carrying it lo keep the rain
off, am I not?"
"Well, then, it rains. You know
it raips. Kverybody in town knows
it rains. Now you go on and let
people alone." - ,,
"Hut but "
"That's all. You let It rain. Khe
knows her business. You just at
tend to your own atfairsand let the
weather' alone. Good day, sir."
And ho went clumping down Hie
stairs and left the other to follow at
his Uisure. Detroit Free Press.
THE COLOR LINE IN PHILADELPHIA.
In Philadelphia, which has a col
ored population of about fl,'i,000, the
color line has almost entirely disap
peared. There arc six influential
colored clubs in the city, three col
ored lawyers and five colored physi
cians. One of tho colored lawyers
has crossed swords with some of the
most brilliant lights of the bar, mid
one of the physicians has a practice
of $:!0,UO() a year. Three colored
dentists have a nourishing practice,
and one landscape and one portrait
artist are doing good work. There
are twenty-seven colored churches
In Philadelphia, a branch of the
Young Men's Christian Association,
nnd three amateur dramatic socie
ties. There is a colored Working
men's Club, with a kindergarten
attached, and two influential race
papers published. There are twelve
colored Masonic lodges, six colored
lodges of tho Knights of Pythias,
and twenty colored Odd Fellows lod
ges. Tjiefo is a great deal of wealth
and refinement' "among the coloiod
people of Philadelphia. I. Y. III.
HONOLULU, IT. T., STOtfrAJRT &, 101.Q,
For the Coming Election,
.hut arrived per bark "0. 1) Ilrjunl," a
line assortment of tho
Cojebratod, : Unexcelled
1 f T 13 W O X XfcJ
TMiycnt'ainake! Lulcsl designs I
RocketG, Etomb Shells,
I Count ii OnixllvH.
Procession Torches !
And ntlier works loo inniu'ious lo
tuv" C'nll anil cxnminc, or apply to
C. W. MACFARLANE,
Of Maefnrlane.t Co.,
C7"Mtitmd Telephone fiOJ. "Km -It
Electoral Malpractice !
HAVIXO ety good veasnn to be
lieve thai, in -pile of the -liliigent
pteM'ilplloiiK of the pro-cut law iiiuithc
iti-tiucllous of the MhiNor of Interior,
many win hers of the so-called ulte
forni'' or (loveruuieiit Paity, arc icsort
Ing, during the present campaign, to
bribery, threat-, presMiio, promise" of
different kinds anil oilier corrupt or
i legal" malpractices, tin bidden by the
cclloiis SS (Sec. l-W), JM)(Seo. T-2).
02,.ti:l. U, 101 and IU2. of the Elcetoial
Law of 1SSS.
Therefore, the "inn or SjlOo will be
paid by the Coutial Coiuuiltlee of the
National Reform l'ailj, lo any person
or poison- whoe evidence will proem e
the conviction of any such malpractice,
and the above mu will be ral-ed lo
ftl.'.O, If tin pi-r-'ou cnmlctcd bualiov
Per oiilor of the
Of the National Itefnini Pail v.
COMMERCIAL SALESROOMS !
I.'or. tiit--n & .iiiiiiiiii SIm.
rpiIKSK rooms Imve been opened foi
JL tin- ennveidt-nee tint only of Mir
cliun's, but of tlie (iciiriul Public It
iifioid- a de-iit. 'i I ilr inedliilii ol'sfllii)i
iifl'iieeimmhiteil slix:!'- orniiielis ol an
di-orip'lon, wlllifflit the necessity o"l
piiMiiigtlicm t'lidnr liie "hummer."
K w of us, evin la our bunnliibl
all ibs, hut wlini h:ie soiarlliin lhiil
we continually ny: "I wish 1 could
sell that, but it 1 send it to auction I
niy get next to'iiniliin for it." Ttii.st
H:i!e.-ror,ina meet your inpiiremeiit -
wlini you do mil" wi.nl ollitts are in
lay-Tlii" Is a sti telly cnniniisMon
busliitps hi d.tlie ItiH'Vesis of cllcnls will
be carefully guuribd
P. I). WALKKIt,
Honolulu, Jan. SO, 1MW. -III.! lw
3Incliini IW;ik' foi !
1.n!Tlr.S wi-ldns lo get Miieliin.
Made l'oi run do mi by liming
tbelr container- pbdnly mitiUeil ut
Ili'iuy Davis's I5tie.i"y "S oie. on Foil
Mi'i!il. l'oi will be deiveiid on Toes
days and Friday?. Cutiiaii ci uiuM be
'efl nol later than the dnv bel'oie.
til'KCIAl. nieiiiiic. of the slot 1;.
hotduis ol ibe t'nloii Pee, Co.
will bo bold ni ili'- olllec ol .Mr. A.. I.
Cartwilplit. on TlirilfJUAY, February
(lib, al ll:!0 o'clock a M , for tlirs Infns
nellon of Important tiisiur. I'." 'rdi:i
PI'Mt Secretin v.
TjlIHBWOOn for vile at Hawaiian
.L Comiin-K ial riidrMonm, coiner of
Quern and Nuiiumi Mircl?. -lib It
t-el of ii!iiiirnlnr
weipiiis, itiinp'. ii-
4fl3 'Jw T. II. DAVtKS ii CO.
IOH a few ww Us, two or more re?'.
. porslble people. Ouiiea lljjhi.
Mini li'ive cood fiiblifs Applv to
' .1. K. liHOWX A CO.,
111! if OUt Onpitnl liuildiup.
ASITt'.VTIOX as Stinur t'lt-ik or
Nlgta Wiitcbuiiin at a mill, or a
plurc at I. nan on a good phuilalion.
Has exjeiinnee and can fiunlcb jjjofid
reteien--e Cull or iiddroM "M. ii. P.,"
Iji'l.i.i-.ii.N (illlee- 4.i7 If
COPIKSof Hie Daii.V Hi-u.miN, ol
lli,e ik'.'i'!-,, specified below, ."i cents
n eopv will' ha paid for tlie s-anic on
delivery at this olllec:
Jan '.(."liJM'.l.'l eopv Apr H. 1811. 1 eopv
pj. " :i III, I '
Feb -I, " :'. ' Aug'is, '
IN mil oi t-itil v . nicely fur-llll-llfil
KoulllS "I'll IIM'Of
I I .ino il'di-irid, In a plemaiil
neighborhood about fi udiiiites' walk
from the Pot Olllce. Aildrohs "It,"
Hl'l.l KTIN- OIIICC. Ili!) IW
NEW ZEALAND MULLET
VTKW .tiilaiul Canned MulU-t U r:i.
1 pldly crowding fulmou out of the
ni'iikt't. t-oli: agents for the celebrated
"rtnr llrand," hmi
.I.F. HHOWX A, CO.,
IC'I lw .Mcieliiml Flreel.
;ri)iaa SaiiHiic Lirlcct
USrnicned in "Annhtioiift'a block,"
near KlriK Street Hi Idj-e. Forsulo
fiesli diilhHead Cbeese, ft an I; fuller,
ilnlonn;i, Frying, J.lver, Smoked and
410 tf ProprUlor.
CtOFFEE Cake or excellent ipmlliy
J on rain at the Klitn Ice (Jreiim
I'm lorn. -Mb lit
M qp.'ii -mm.
THE MUTUAL LI
Is issuing a now form of instnanco which provides, In the event of death, for a return of all pioniiunw paid in ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, should tho insured survive a given number of years, the Company will
return all the prcmiuma paid with interest-; or, instead of accepting the policy and profits In cash the h'tial holder
may, WITHOlJTMKDICAl.KXAMINATIONamnVITllOUTFl'HTlIint PAYMKNTOF PIMCMIFMS, take In
lieu thereof the amount of policy and piollts in Fl'M.Y PAJI) 1'P insuianoo, participating annually In dividend'!.
Remember, this contract Is issued by Hie oldeut Ufo Insurance Company in tlie United Slalos, and the J.ar
gest Financial Institution In the Woild, )is usseU exceeding One Humlrod anil Twenty-Six Millions of Dollars.
a5y For full particulars call on or
TAHITI : LEMON
Solo Proprietors of
Giiipr Ah, Hi) Ah, GrsiiiilB, BasBtomie, Sarsajaril, Mineral
Kir All Ooniiuunlcntiotis and onhii.s should bo adtlrcsstMl to
:Sfl 1 in
riTT,T!T-rf rr .!! mi iiin u,.aTn,nlr' .11 . niri
Kilo Citv Stone filter !
'I'liee I-'llleis are 0;ihI1v clean-eil.
and N'KVi:u hecouie ChAllKKI) or
CUA.KI) by chiiniie of tuippraliiio or
I he Flllerlnj: Mediinn U a NATCH AL
STON'K, mined from tbeeaiib. Il l
unlike any other -toue.
It. Docs Not; Absorb- nnd
Iiccoino Foul !
I.MITR1T1HS never PKNKTHATK
il, but lie on ibo iufiii", ami Internally
Hid vtone reniidim as pine niui wliiir
after year of ic-e as when laKen fiom
The (into City Stone Villef N a per
fect iiiccc-x, It Is ihe only real lifter I
have over s-ccn. 1 would not he wil limit
one for any consideration. Il eoiivetl
our lake water Inlo Hie best ili'inMiie,'
wntei In ibe world.
Hl.NICV M. 1.1 MAN, M. I).,
r..".a We-t AdaiiH Si., Cbicimo.
Uljr For Hale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Op oi!" t-'preektls A; Co.'s Hank, .
Kl'.itf Fort street, Honolulu.
KiiicrprliiK CyttrriHK-o (Jo.'y
QTANI): No. !, eorncr' Nuiianu and
O Kinj; Mre.M-. Hell T. lepboiie lia,
Mutual Telephone G::n. Oiliie II. mi.-:
From 7 a. m. to II i m. All orders
inniuplly n(einled lo
t'17 lw Maunder.
rl",IIK uiiilersigiif', lii-.viiu: lolgueil
" 1. tlie noDiigeiueiit of the Wcnturn
& HmMklian InvcMiiiMit Co , ( Limited;
on account of ill health, ihc. Dirretois
of the Couipniiy in Ihuidie liavrs up
polulul Mr. Joseph 11. ADiurton i.t,
Man-tiger In llono'.lllu, hmiI Jilsl Pecili
bel limr V. L. (IHLKN.
Iluiolnlu, .Inn. Kl, 1810. '111? Iw
rpill'. Hawaiian Hillo AfneiHllonV I
A Unlike, lini; slieel, I? c lii.-ul lit in
lliis date All pe"r."ons aie e-el-y for.
hidden lo ihriI.41! over al. vo l'ttinc
uiilil further notice. Hv md- r.
I'MMdnrn II. II A.
Ilino'iile, Jan. 31, Hill. 401 lw-
T the aiimial uicciliig of ihe Kapio
1. In ni I'aik Association held this
L'Slh dHy of .lanuaiy, 1KW, the follow hue
ueiitleinoii were elected lo .serve as a
Hoard of Directors for the ensuing yeart
.1. Campbell, K. S. Ciuilia,
W. G. Irwin, A. S. Clrt;hirii,
V. M. Glffaid, Tom May.
Cecil Hrown. T. H Walker,
II. Mitefarhiiie, II. J. Nolle,
T. S. Douglas.
W. M. GIFFAHD,
KM lw SecreliiiT.
KL1CCTION of OFFIOI3KM.
A T llisaiiiiuul in ---tit In jx ofiheGeriiiau
J. I'eaivolriit Soi:el lobl on .laiiuary
8i, Jf-HO. 1 he following olllo.eia wereie.
elected for one joar:
FieMdi'iit. .floii. II. A. Whleiii-iiin,
Vlce.Prtsldenl f. F. Il.ektclif,
Hccictnry I. K. Kekardt,
'liensiirir 1 Khiinp,
Amlitor H.J. Nnlie,
Tiintcr I. F. llue.Wtt'UI.
.1. F. KCICARIVr,
-1117 !U aenrelnry.
NOTICE to SlilVPEliS.
IOlt the more fallsfnctory Aro.nmmo
datinn of our patiniu wo beg to
Mifrijt't to ilu-in tljKt hi oiKCS where
iliays aro ieiulreil for shipping gomlrt
lo outgoing fteuiia-13 and ':mntrrs, or
iu any ense wbcro icipilrtd.Jit 1 o'cloek
slmiji of the da;-, they will flail Hint by
tinging HP Mutual Telephone No. Sit'J,
between 10:1 r and 12 Ho In Ibo unon
boiir tliit idr. Ilewetl will be tlu-rti in
person to ircelve all ordom, and our
filcmln will thereby greilly fiinilllaro
liiitlnoH lo thn belter sullHfactlnii ol all
IIUSTACJK t HOHKHTSON.
OIT IVISV YORK
MONADE ; WORK
AM -.-and- PLAIN
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
OOKNEK HOTEL &
Great Reduction Sale !
AFTKK TAKING STOCK I IIAVK HFDUCFI) MANY LINKS OF
IIVIMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OF TDK FOLLOWING GOODS
rrill l.eirua,iy ltln, Only.
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves I
t! and 8 Hultons in peifecl order at $1 a pair Orcat Bargains.
All my DHKSS 0IN01IAMS nhnut MO pieces lo t-nlect from aie olleicd at
Coal Price. A unnll line of
Scotch Ginghams at a Great Reduction !
HEAD THIS A large assortment of HEAD THIS
WHITE XI?I3!S& GOOD,
Such as l'hiues, Einbioidorod Swisen, India Linen, Tlain Swiss, Naini-ook and
many oihor lines of White Goods. I will sell al suoli a
price thai everybody will liny I hem.
aCQf Homeiiihcr, February lfitli will close this Sale, jpg
B. I. MLERS & CO.
Groat Bargains ! Great Bargains !
- AFTKH TAKING STOCK r
i All Goods IM at tolly ReflncedPra!
tfST Drcntuiiahing Deparlniont
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
A 000 1) I'.iMuro at Walklki, lor n
litnllo.l uuuiber of Iioihok, tit lea
totihhlu lati . Applv lo
1.111m W, II. Al.nitlOIL
ItFTY IJKAD of Ful
I? SIcith. Apply lo
livi Estate For Hale.
rpwtl llouncs and Lots on
X Hobello Lnne, l'lUnma.
Convenient to stcani and tinm
car.-i, very iieatiny looniuv. i.oi or
King street, near lliunauku's Lmiic For
pnrtieubirii apply to
OrChfti T. (lullek. 4C0Hin
ART CLASSES !
DHAWINO aud Haiuliag in oils
ami water color, Monocliiomo,
Crayon, Km, on Tuesdays ami Fridays
aftciiiooi), and rUturdnyn luornhig mid
H. UAHNFIKLD, AilUl,
ripieiiKels' Hleek, Fort fllctt,
TT . ..." ..
. X-6. .UONK,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
& IRON WATER,
Corner Hotel & Fort tJtreetfl.
under tlie management of MISH
JAMES NOTT, Jr.,
TINSHHTH and PLUMHEIf,
Cluiu-r of King and Alukea hIiccIn,
Honolulu, IL l,
WarkkliO)--Miit Z0I--Hcsldencc--Mul 23fj
jSTKtitlnmli'H fiiinislied on all i'Iuspcb
of plumbing and tiiiFinithing wo k.
First c)as9 workninnshlp and materia!
iinrtuiu.f'd iu all die abovo hriiuchei
of my IiiibIiicsi at reasonable rates.
IMPORTANT to ALL!
ISPFCrALLY to thoHo who believe
U in cipial rlghlH, "Tim Aiiierican
Bimtlnel," a weekly paper, llin obecl 6f
which U lo show thnovlUot "Hellioiw
LrttIilatlon " Ono or more copies of
dilu'icnt (Intra can be h.'ul fico, by ap
plyliut perBOiudly or by poM to the
N. F. IHirtOKSH.
liOllcillllll, II. I.
V. S. Would .he ghnl lo lier from
the other Hands. ,4fiaDw
4i.-MJW $ - iJUA . 4mCj ifckUri-Wit . t i . .jCtfb-
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