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SAVE TIME AND EXPENSE !
BUT THE CHAMPION POST AUGUR, OR POST HOLE DIGGER!
AM- THAT IS RTOl IRT.n TO 0IX; ANT OSE OP
th. Tvt Bfnu of .hie Unpln,t?ni i for dM ni to it operate.
Hrtr tb hand), a shown In thr mt
v -tr.V.i.K In the- utnr tJae-, 01 M
r IttitW-r : nuw Jt ont an! dri i It on
khiiuii in tin- liaii'l. oiid tht- t-artti 'IU
rtrlvr l !iarplr Into Ibe rrotind
r It in. til th cant, stick In Ib
th ffrotllul fUl) win,
fs!l out. YliV DIMM 1
We also Offer For Sale,
Mnr MfcUw Umi, AttMf How.. Tarts Flows, Harrow. ( ulttratnrs
Mi'oii Vnwlttc Martlm-. QCIlSUI IIr. I latiKl Hoes, Umb lief
Iv-fc Asev 11-fe -,-,- ... it, pat . : Wn.nl. Iron Mid m I,
Ravkta; Crnr Ki'lvi-i, 0 Bvwa, Ox Yob-, Ox ChaliiK, Scyth- hiinih;, Grind i
MMi. ant llstim-. Hav inucrs, KaatU I'wd ( titti r-. Wh f 1 and Canal
Ut Kxeji on hand a Splendid Assortment of
Builders1 Hardware ii Mechanics' Tools'
And an ciftaiaJlUy making addluotiS thereto, vv- make rcclaitles of
House Furnishing and Ornamental Goods,
Lamps. Lanterns, Chandeliers, and Oils.
C UT 1 !: I Y !
Seines and Twines, Fish Hooks and Lines
IfHta for the Averill Chemical Paint Co.
777 I'M XT BS MIX Fit HEADY FOR USE,
jstsfltsva totmtmta V S 1 ad ralkra fonudnm. A vry lair quantity Is ln-lnr s M In tbe Tnitd states, and It U
Mt m t In tm mmy athrr faint nH . v - i,v m Mocfc r.i jiwn! only (Up pnrr V. hllo. hut ran
- : ' - .. .' . ' '( m hk h !. s. -1 fu-iii m uanipli- ri bi ;tir offlci-,
U. mix 4m." frwii Um- time rwtv- the order.
AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
PUBLISHED AND EDITED BY
HENRY M. WHITNEY".
tritft Mattvfacturfr.i ami Aa-nts of all kiiids of
IMPROVED FARMING TOOLS AND MACHINERY!
Solicit Orders for any Class of Goods in Our Line !
111 mi'OUT T( OKOKK. from LnsliiJid. (lermany. or
i. Mtrtet. St
oft! libc-nd t
DILLINGHAM & Co.,
M mill 97 Klnsr Btrcc.
JOHN NOTT & Co.
OFF El? FOB SALE
I Al.VAVIZEP IRON PIPE, 6000 feet nssoited sizes, i, jjf, 1, 2.
(iilv'J Trmitiiinp. RflwMKj T Ways, Reducers. CoupliiiR, I'niun Couplings, Check Nnls,
CM Charcoal Tin Plate, 10x14. 14x20. 12x12. 1C, IX, 1XX, 1XXX,
Beet Bum Tin, Copper, lion six! Tinned Tacks. Tinsmiths' Triinniings,
Full Assortment of Hand made and Pressed Tinware,
Sheet Copper. 10. IK, 20. 24, 40, 00, W) oz.. 46x72 CL, Sheet Zinc,
tl!A AMI SiKT SOlJiKK. Irou Wire, Lead Pipe,
i'LCMBEBS MATERIALS. Sheet Lead, Huse Biljg, Stop Cocks,
ARK PMENT WATER LOSET, IMigl.-is Pumps, Bubber Hose, Hose Xozzles, Sprinklers,
Full Assorlniont oi" rX"invsii !
AnrAl oN Hand.
QALVAXIZED Bi t KETS AXD TCBS, STAMPED TlXWAftE.
We would respectfully invite the attention of
House Keepers to our full and complete assort
STOVE3 AND RANGES,
From the best Troy anil Albany, New York
Stove Foundries, consisting in part of the
" Buck's Patent," " Magna Charta," Laurel,
Opera and Coupon Ranges. Also, distress
Range, Victoress Stove and Pacific Caboose,
made in Glasgow, where iron is cheap.
And to Arrive per City of Hew York
uuci Byrea, tioitK!
Tartir on tlic otlier Islands favoring us with orders by mail for any of the above goods, &c.
aar depend upon having their requirements filled as satisfactorily as if present in person. In
Tiering . Mate requirement and limit. Goods carefully packed.
No. 9 Kaahumanu Street.
WFDXKSDA I'. SEPTEMHER 6.
Our Honolulu l.rlter.
ft'romtbe S. V. IoturmiiC? Kvitn)
IIom.h i.c, .Juno 20. 1876.
Etlitir Coatt Hfri'ir : Dkar Sib. From
an undnrwriier'H poiat of view. Ibis is a cily of
oppo-ils, Md, during my month 'a pnjoaro here,
I hue been endeavoring to reconcile the theory
Ih, i frame nuiueo of the most auproved tinder
box puitt-rn will burn, with the fuct thai, for
many j ars past there has been bnt one fire of
any Bjagaitnde in the frame district, and that
only amounted lo roint S.1 000 or 94 000.
Mr obsi'rvutions have rt-sulled in lb discovery
of t-everui reasons lor the city's past immunity
from fiies, and al?n some tendencies which, if not
cheeked, will probably retail in greater fire loss
lu the not far distant future.
Three prominent causes for tho unusually
smal. nuruier of fires heretofore are :
First No business is transacted after dark.
The Mttbultl generally leave their offices at
from 3 to 4 P. M-, either to diuo or for a drive to
Waikiki, wliere. alter a cip into old Neptune's
dominions and a few momenta' flirtation with
the 6?be. one emerues relre.-hed and vigorous,
and entirely relieved from the lassitude which
las been creeping over tim during his day's
c jiifiiiement in tbe heat aud dust of the cily.
l!y hull-past six the stores ure all doted, und (he
streets in the business portion of the cily ulmost
Jufetted. This dues away with the gas or coal
Tht; Second and quite as important a cause i.
that, InfleenCed either by their own good judg
ment or by the restrictions placed upon them l y
'heir home offices, .the areola have heretofore
per-istently refused to write upou either slocks
or buildings lu the long rickety Irame ranges
bordering Nuuanu Avenue aud they thus pro
vide lo the reaideote of thai section the strong
est possible motive (liiat of self preservation) fur
endeavoring to avoid a conflagration.
Third lu ibis tropical climate, it is neither
necessary nor comfortable to build u fire except
tor actual cooking purposes, aud this lack of con
stant use of stoves or fire places has a material
agency iu reducing the fire hazard, for the dwell
ings ure all lightly constructed, generally without
laths aud plaster, and uuder the constant and
urdeul rays ol a tropical sun, are reduced lo u
combustible condition lillle short of actual
'l bs principal portion of the business of th I
city is confined to the four blocks bonode 1 by
and incloding both Bid tn of King, Queen. Fori
and Xanana streets. The inherent fire risk of
ibis section it not great, especially in the two
blocks fronting on Qaeen street, which are RioatJj
built op with brick and coral, many of tbe buil -inci
being of fire-proof construction, but the tec
lion it, unfortunately, exposed on tbe nnrlbeasi
by tbe Chinese and native quarters (a name
which to your San Francisco readers, doubtlett,
rarriet its own description), tnd the Sailors'
Homo, a la-ee. rambling thiee ttory edifice sur
tounded by verandahs and abounding in haltt and
stairways, DOottl and corners, where the fire fiend
would delight to run riol il but half un opportu
nity were afforded him.
So 1 eg iu they are without insurance in this
native quarter, there will necessaiily be caution
exercised in avoiding fire. But when I think of
the possibility of some " enterprising ' agent of
a e ass witb wbirh we bare nil b.td more or lets
experience, descending upon this quarter fully
equipped with powers extraordinary f-oni a BMV
nagerie of feline insurance companies, and offer
ing poor Hawaii a thousand dollar policy in either
or each of his coro;anifs upon his five-hundred
dollar stock, it makes me shudder to tbink with
what an tvidtlf the rodents of that vicinity will
betake themselves to a match diet.
should a fire once obtain headway here, it
would sweep down upon the busiuess tectioo on
the wings of tbe prevuiiing N. E. Trades, and
I lie) buildings must he fire-proof indeed, which
would resist its MMMUring breath. But this is
not a pleasant prospect for underwriters : let us
rather hope that the same good spirit which has
heretofore preserved them from this douuer, will
continue its protection until, under tbe influence
of increased prosperity, the " Native Quarter "
will retire before the encroachments of business
enterprise to some less threatening location,
and the trustees of the Sailors' Home will feel
justified us replacing their present building wiili
brick or coral. w. J. D.
INFL AT ON!!
the nr. i run.
Hai accumulated tn inch to extent
per tbe Steamer
"CITY OP S' FRAXCISCO,"
That it needs
theo. h. da vies H. HACKFELD & CO.
OFFF.M rOR HAI.R
jfow Mm dtarhanrtnl from the fln
BRITISH BARK " CLETA,"
day trom IjTerpnol.
The rrt;n conalta of a ftill aaanrtmenl of
! Per Hawaiian ' Bark Ka
WOOllen, Just Arrived from Rrcm.n
Amci-icauM Ituve tile Honor.
The following article, from the S in Francisco
X- - fetter is of great value as a contribution to
tbe Correct history of ocean ateam navigation.
Apropos of the urliclu published in our last
weik's isiiie, iu regurd lo the first steamer -lliul
crowed ibe Atlantic, the fallowing letter written
lo the London Thnts iu 1 8ii I . by Pay-directi.r
John S. Cunningham, now iu charge of the Na
val pay station here, wdl be found conclusive on
the subject. Tbe honur -is clearly due to ibe
(From tbe I-undon Times. May tt, 1851.)
To the Editor of thk 1'ihf.s Sir: In your
journal ol ihu 22d inst., the following statement
occurs in uu article descriptive of machinery in
tbe great exhibition : "About 183b 37 the pro
ject of crossing the Atlantic was started ; the Si-
Tbe diet ol the nutivo population consists of i "us was, we believe, ice nri aieam vessel wbicn
raw fi-h und poi the latter, u preparation from perlormed this leal.
the UufO rout, ami resembling in itppearance and
lasle a dull of bill slick-r's paste. When one as
pires to furnishing an epicurean repast, he pro
vides in addition ulew raw flying fish (considereJ
uu especial delicacy) uud a dish of seaweed.
They eat. drink, and eieep ( ill day) out of doors.
They riqnre a tire only lo bake their turo, and.
as they have a variety of more satisfactory ways
of spending their meager supply of coin than by
purchasing coal. and. as wood is a very iucun
venieut fuel for a lacy Ulan, requiring too much
chopping and packing, they generally light out
IrOe little fire per week, which they build in a
hole iu the ground, upou thu coals of which
t'aey place their turo and cover it with earth until
baked.. This, of course, reduce the cooking
hazard upou each native house to one day per
week ; but they are all immoderate smokers, and
(.iu referring lo the Times of June 21, 1819
you will find the following patagraph credited to
MarMuaea Commercial report for lhat week :
"Among ilia arrivals yesterday at this port
we weie particularly gratified and astonished by
the novel sight ol a fine meum.-hip. which came
round at 7,lA P. M. without the assistance of a
single sheet, in a Style which displayed ihe power
and udvulilage of the application of tteam lo ves
sels of the largest size, being 350 ton burden
Shu is called the Savannah and sailed from Sa
vannah, (lia. 0. S.) the 2Gth of May, and arrived
iu ILe cliuunel five days since. During tier pas
sage she worked the engine 18 duys. She is Ihu
first ship on Ibis construction ibul bus undertak
en a voyage across lltu Atlantic."
The Times of June 30. 181'J. says : " The Sa
vannah sleam-vessel recently arrived at Livennoi
f A mnrii,. tl.., fi,.l MMI ni ll... L-....I I h .. t
was chased a whole
their universal custom of mrrvinir a hlnetr .1
matches behind each ear, ns a bookkeeper carries j eTer crossed the Atlantic was c
hi. en nn.l .niokimr uuimaalna in .leu., tam ,.r day off the coast of Ireland by the
three limes every night, certainly does not tend cullBr 0,1 me. Corn aiaiiou, wuicu mislooK Der ,
: lor u snip uu uie. v
Lloyd's List reports the urrirnl of the Savan
nah at Liverpool, on the 20th of dune. 1819
to Mt nv vk orh.iwi u rr
Mr Hunt to prw
r" r! and aim
liny, t'.i-fiit' n.-d
1 provt?d ttit-iTtca- j
I lanT fklllnfr Into
raJ and exwnnlvp,
down Id btd. and
i atitlnc pobturr-.
the advirr of the
y irw trld. In
nppry to pre- i
InMire this Uwm i
r? and com- t
WILDER $c CO.,
Importers and Dealers in
l from th
"tlon a dex'trlod ltn prove men t tXTame
pya were immediately affected and
mrelliui: of ibe ler rapMly nub-Wed.
6 and tsmmed their beaJthy and
- flee oftlmhe reaomed Its elantirlty.
. and he 'a rapidly conxialervlnic
prompted by tlit rapid Improrcment.
'. for tbe curative priea wan ar
amred tn thetr artton ncain hs-roni-r
tnrreaaed it)i fiichtftil rapidity
tnd himaelf In a ver- alarmlnf ataU1.
n haul recoarae to. and by lia penw-
a aa a aemod time eahdtied. Rnt
ntfel and neve re raw, and It took all
Mtfy, eflbjnbined a itfc rare aud time,
la of tbe at Hut tbruich a per
nnanena cure was -0VTted, and be
it -of -door occupation, within a abort
er In wtatrh tbe Remedy was hrouKbt
then for a period of twentr Ore (3S)
a been prepared after tbe aame ap
r Hunt, and uned by our fimt phyal
practir. . for thi and ptmilar rom-
d larnrahly known and extensively
it aJ I i both with and without
irm. and ban been the mmm of iavtnp
frjfitTful diaeaae, and untimely death,
imable and well-known citizens.
Ha hero before the public for more than twenty years,
eaat lata ban tbe aaean of aavtnc from imirennc and
f nebefai Sbrir aod untimely death hundreds of our moat
;.t . k: w j . ,ur-
Tilt Medtcine was Never Known to Fail.
Price SI. SO per Bottle.
f tea Isnte Aetata for Hawaliaa Islaad
Oi Bows, Ox Bows, Iron Ox Bows,
SO per Teir !
r pats nii.L lakt teak by rs
th .r Sum aaarlnc of AO per ow.L M made ov.r
' Ortm from the other lataoda atteoded la
K r. raimra, qatda,
aa sxl Oanom House.
California Beef in Bond.
PES S.'BLI.Li; BWBERTn-
';; lnu.l - CO
Per Ceylon, Direct from Boston,
Him H.IR.V ln 10 IEET TO
aria best auailtr.
hr ,4M BOLLES ,t CO.
O. 2 Hit AM Ml APE t Asa a (ood quality.
sn noi.Lt co.
Cilt Jl IV KILV-lECCITCD PEB
3 sue ad. dm' aad la pacfceteaeai 1 ..:
- v by
BUILDING MATERIALS !
or'West Scantling, Boards !
Tongued A Groored, Surfaced,
Planks, Battens, Pickets !
in. x A, 1x5, and 1x6, for
Sc.: Board,, Plank,
Batten, 1x3, 1x4. 1-2x3, and 1-2x2
Picket, Rough and FancT,
Surfaced Board, and Plank, 7-8 to 2 in.
Tongued and Grooved
TIMBER FOR SHIP USE
2x12 to 116x16
Clear Nor'West. for Planter's Use
EASTERN WHITE PIUE,
California and Eastern Doors, all sizes
SASH, all Ant ; BLIND, all rim
WHITE LEAD and ZINC I
I'AIM Oil, M! A I.J. PAINT CHEAP,
Pettr and Varnitb,
Ola,,, No. 2x2 and 2.
Wall Paper and Border
Iron and Tinned Tack,,
Paint and Whitewash Bruthef ,
METALLIC AND FIRE-PROOF PAINT
For Plantation or an; Other U,c,
Butt, and Hirge,,
Dook, and Eve. Ac.
Salt in Quantities to Suit.
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY.
C ALIFORM 4 SILVER NKIN ONIONS.
Becdred per Murray, aud for MUe by
f Tl BOLLES dt CO
to reduce the fire n.-k upon their frequently
straw thatchej and carpeted and ociusiunollr
At u preventive against fires, the city is
provided with three hunt! engines, two hose
c.irts, and alioi 'a and ladder company. I he de
partment it volunteer, the Kini; being u mem
ber or one of the companies, ami il is said that
he attends zealously to his obligations - aa a I
member, aud may tie eeen "running with thu j
muchine'' whenever the bell rings. I can only
apeak from hearsay iu this matter, as there ttas
not a fire occurred during the month which I
have spent here a striking contrast lo Sun j
Francisco, where our fire bell i much more
likely to wear out than rust out.
The companies ut present represented here !
are the Imperiul (Gre). ably represented by A.
J. Cartwrignl; Northern (fire) und l!riiib ami :
foreign (marine), both in tbe bands of I heo. II.
Darietj HuiuOurg-Ureiueii (tire), whose inter
esis ure can-fully protected by v. A. Schaefer ;
North Iirili.b and Mercantile (fire), conducted
by Messrs. Hoffschlaeger & Co.; ,Siss Lloyd
(murine), in the bauds of Messrs. W. U. Irwin
& Co.. (ihey haviug tukeu this agency upon the
withdrawal from murine business of li e Home
Mutual, which they formerly represented); the
Transatlantic (fire.) und Transatlantic (marine),
and California (marine), all represented by
Messrs. H. Iluckfeld & Co. ; the Union (marine)
bound to .St. Petertharg ; und in Uoret Anoeal
of Liverpool you will find this American steutn
er t urnval recorded among 'remurkable events.''
The steamship Savanna! was an American
ship, built, owned, aud navigated by Americans.
Fraud Ficket, of New York, built her for
l),iuiel Dodd ; and the engines were mude by
Stephen Vnii. of Morrittown, N.J. She was
commanded by Cmptain Motel Bogen, and uavi
gated by Stepheu U-igers. uf New London, Con
necticut, who is still living to see the same voyage
performed in less l turn half the limo by a line of
American steamers, the chief engineer of one of
which (the Atlanlic, Captain West.) is his
nephew, J. W. Rogers. Il is not inappropriate
to mention at this pre.-ent wilting, the quickest
trip across the ocean has been mude by the
Pacific, one of the Collins lino of steamers, iu
less than ten days ; to that we are Dot only Ihe
first, but the fastest.
In England. Copenhagen, Stockholm, and St.
Petersburg ihe arrival of tho steamer Savannah
excited great curiosity and attracted thousands
of visitors. The King of Sweden presented
Captain Rogers with a " stone and muller," und
the Kmperor of Russiu presented a 'silver tea
kettle a a token of bit gialiflcaliotl at the first
uttetnpt to cross tbe Atlantic by steam.' Lord
of hnfflund. who went passenger in
of which Messrs. Cuslie & Cooke are utrents : 1 Lynedock
the Fireman's Fund (fire uud murine), whose j ,ni8 "hip to St. I etersburg. presented Captain
interests are guarded by Messr. Bishop dc Co. ; I Honera with a " Buperb gold snuff-box." All
and the New Zeular.d (fire and marine), now, these testimonials aro now in tbe possession of
unfortunately, without an ogeut, but. until two ' ,n" fiinily. The log-book, containing an official
days eluce, represented by the late George N. account of the voyage, is in the National Iusti
Owen, Ksq , whose body will this duy be con- i tute of Washington Cily, and may bo seeu at
dueled to the grave by his mourning frieuds. i any ume
and whose patience nnder mouth of acute suf
fering, and uniform courtesy to all whom he
met, has earned for him the sympathy and re
gard of the entire community.
To these companies may be added the London
and Liverpool and Globe (fire), which has just
tendered its agency to Messrs. Bishop & Co..
ami you have a total of eight fire nud seven
marina companies, more '.bau enough for present
requirements, as the business to be desired by
carelul underwriters is so limited in quantity,
that, when divided omong the various ugencies.
il affords but a small share f.r each, und.ol
course, creates considerable competition and a
consequent reduction ol rates upon first-class
business to a figure considerably below that
charged foi similar hazards at San Francisco.
Heretofore, there ha been no board orgauiza
tion at this pluce, but the Taiioua agents, appre
ciating tbe advantages frequently to be derived
from united action, held a meeting about two
weeks since, to discuss the propriety of organiz
ing a local board, and 1 trust lhat before long the
" Honolulu Board of Underwriters " will be a
fixed fact. It is not proposed at present to adopt
a turiff of rates at least no more thau u parliil
one but they can with advantage combine at
t nce to obtain increased reservoir capacity, to
petition for the furnishing of a steam fire engine,
both of which are needed, and also to influence
the equitable drafting of a bill now belore tbe
legislature, providing for a lax upon the ioturai.ee
The Esplanade or water front is broad, wull
huill and kept in excellent repair and affords
loading and discharging facilities much beyond
the preseut requirements of ibe city. The best
buildings are neaily all the property of the gov
ernment, erected or commenced during tbe reigu
ut Kaiuebaiueba 1
are the Government Building, Cusloin House
note!, I -. Umce and Government W arehouse.
Theae are all substantially built of concrete, the
Custom Home and Warehouse being provided
with iron doors aod abutters. The taller it di
vided into two compartment by a solid wall
reaching to, but not extending above the roof,
an overaighl, in correcliug which it would be
economy for the government lo expend a few
In viewing the public property one cannot but
observe tbe substantial manner in which ihe work
has been done, while tbe honesty displayed in its
supervision and the economy shown in tit execu
tion would afford an excellent modal for tbe guid
ance of those having in charge timilar work at
your city, where there is frequently more money
expended before ibe foundation ol a pnblic build
ing is finished than would here suffice to com
plete tbe entire work.
Tbe patent aspbaltum (known in S. F. as com
position) roofing hat been quite extensively used
here, but recently, in almost every case, it has
been either replaced by or covered wiili slate, it
having been found thai exposure lo the continu
ous heat ot the sun here melts the aspbaltum and
causes it to run down lo tbe eaves, reverting tbe
object for which it was intsoded by effectually
slopping ihe guitars and exposing ihe roef.
Very respectfully, sir, your obedient servant.
John S. Ccxmnriiam.
Xaiinractnrtx by Hie I'nriflr Rubber Paint
Co- of Hu Frauciftco.
THIS PAINT IH PIT IP IX HI VIM ME.
oue, u.,-: live gsiilon UuB, also la five ptiltin pails
and barrels. Jt u pirpured in pure snow wbltr, Jri black,
aud ail colors, comprising an nuxubcr of duTertnt itaUc-s.
7 ready for immediate utey
being a great adfantage as It can be osed by an; one.
The Rubber Paint !a unafTectKl by chanice of tempera
tan, is impervious to water. Is adapted to all classes of
wuric, and U every way a
for either outside or ind le wore ttian and other paint
known, ana will last at least twice as long.
For Wagons, Agricultural Implements, Boata and
Vessels It tvas no equal.
The Bobber Paint dries with a gloss equal to varnl-h.
iVoiJiirjeiH anion? them I and at the same time so adhesive and elastic that it will
P . nnt ,.e.et- mm n.ol nrT a,i I. lh.rQr..ra amlrahlr asl u lit oH
for house palntlmT In this climate.
In addition to the above It la the
Cheaj,t$t Paint ever imported here!
Sample cards of different shades to be seen at the office
of the agent.
For sale In quantities to suit purchasers.
Orders from the other Islands solicited, especially from
those who Intend repainting their dwellings.
W. C. Irwin & Co.,
iBB-tM Sole Agents for the Hawaii Islands.
This Elegant Stock
CVMTS ot tbe FOLLOVTIMJ ELEQA5T
Ladic,' Riveted Sola Leather Trunk,,
Ladies' Riveted Bridle Leather Trunk,,
I.adiei' Elegant Leather Trunk,,
Ladies' Caaras-corered Trunk,,
Ladier' Slate Room Trunks,
Oirl,' Toy or Doll Trunkt,
Id gre.it variet j and in all colon.
Gent's Riveted Su!e Leather Trunk-,
Uent's Riveted Bridle Leather Trunks,
Gent's Leather Trunks.
Gent's Riveted Sole Leather Yalists.
Gent's Bound Kde Valises,
Gent's Black and Colored Leather Valises,
Gent's Talent Corner Valises,
Gent'a Boston Valises,
Gent's Carpet Valises.
Ladies & Children's Manila School Bags
A bsautitul line of
Shawl Strap,, Blanket Strap,, Trunk Strap,
T 0 Uli IS TS' VA LISE 3.
JUST TO HAND,
A Beautiful Line of
GENT'S SHOE WARE.
Including the celebrated
CORK SOLS GAITERS,
Kow so generollj u,cd in tbs United Stat,,.
Ttiti Shoe is Perfectly ll'rftr Prf ! !
X Full Um or Xen sm 1 or
or all !iln. Is mid I.nli-si Dewlsns,
Watche-, in Gold and Silver,
Locket,, Locket and Neck Chains,
Chatulains, Gent', bett Chain, and Guard,,
Guld Ring,, Diamond King,,
; Silver Fork, and Sporn,,
Silver Cak, and Fi-h Enivel,
Silver Butter Knives,
Sugar Shell,, Ac.
Zj& Ladies, you are Respectfully Invited
to examine these Xiee Goods before
59t-3m M. MclNERNY.
H W GOODS!
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
PER JIL1A JM. AVERY,
The Largest and most Elegant
Triple Plated Stiver Ware!
Ever Offered in this Market,
Tea Sets, Each Four and Six Pieces,
COFFKE URNS. CARD RECEIVERS,
Slop Bowl,, (Chared and Gilt,)
Goblets & Cup,, gilt
Suitable for cbilddrea.
Vases in Fine Bohemian Cat Glass
Restaurant. Table and Breakfast Croet 8tanda,
Wine Stands, Toilet Stands, Toilet Standi,
Egg Stands, Celery Stands,
Waiters, Syiap Pitchers, Knife Reate, Balta,
Napkin Kingi, Ice Tubs. Sardine Boiea, at.
One Handsome Epergne,
Suitable for the Banquet Table.
All these Goods are Warranted Triple Silver
And areortbe most Elaborate Workmanship
We have also on hand,
Fine Triple Plated Fork,,
The largest Assortment of
Comprising over one hundred and Sfty different
kinds, T .010 Culler;. Seisaora and Raiura. Aleo,
Toilet Articlea, Buttle, and Powder Boxes.
F O It, SALE
CORItl G ATED IROJf, lo Sheets of , 7, sad t feet
Calvanized Piping, I-2 aad 1 t : In. wide ;
Fence Wire, Ko.i;
HOOP Iron," ' Inch aaeurtsd;
Sheet Lead, assorted;
Lead Piping, i-:mch;
Black Iron Wire, soe-t to is ;
Tin Plates, asaorted, at
Ml tm tr. A. SOHAEPER StOe'S
Hair, Tooth, Clothes and Fleah Brnahei ; Hand Mir
ror,. Plats Glaia, Soaps, Lubin', eslebrated Perfum
ery. Watch Chains, Albums, Chromo,, Pictures and
Lambs' Wool Carriage and Lamp Mats, all eolort.
Spy Glutei, Opera Glasses, Field Glasaes, Ac., As,
Besides these we have the Regular Assort
Shelf Hardware, Glass Ware, Tin Ware
Paint, and Oila,
Breeeh Loading Shot Gnu,, 8. A W. Revolvers, Rifles
Air Guns. Wad,, Shot, Powder, Cap,, Shot Pouches,
Powder Basks. Ac, Ae.
B. F. DILLINGHAM I CO.,
and 87 King Street.
IX LARUE VARIETY.
Fire and New Prints,
Emb'd Muslins. White Cottons, Denial,,
Saddle,, Weal Shirts, Printed Shirt,,
Neck Tie,, Silk l-nibrelia,.
Pilot Jaeket, and Tvoser,,
Blankets, Tweeds, Drills, Stationery,
GusDe.l' Fine Perfumes,
Valval Rujrs and Carpstt,
it i soni: sfc siMfr
piNK PADS. CIIOCOLATS A5D WBTTC
GROrSD PRINTS. JkTinrS.
Horroek.. Loaf Cleib. Ittia. A H at.
asd H tt ha.
Tark.y Red. Bm.i C-ltea .( Drill.
Blue Coiioa Drill. Tleaiac Harks fflitsij.
Cotton Sheotiog, 77. tt). anmet IM n.
Maeqailo Netting. WataT-pnof Ctota.
Black and Colored Merinos,
BI.ek Coboarg aid Iialisa Clalk.
Bares, la all colors ; I.iasa.
PARIS PLOUGHS ! Bedrord Cor
(made expreaaly for tbe Island trade.)
Blood, Wolfe A Co'a Ale,
F.dinon d's Pig Brand Purter,
no i 11 k m
Fine Brandy, Whiskey,
Sherry and other Wines, Aloohol.
Jams and Jellies,
Lea A Perrin'e Sauce,
Paint, and Oil,,
Sloop Iron, Fence Wire.
Corrugated Roofing, Bar Iron,
QsWaotsed aad Hollo Waro,
Tin Ware, Knives and Forks,
LONDON PIANO FORTES
HAWAIIAN PL -OS
Pipes, Flnwer Puts, Earthen ware.
Glass ware, Leather Belting,
Celebrated Silicate Paint,
Vegetable Machinery OH,
Powell Duffryn Steam Coal,
Twilled Cambric and Silesia.
Black Lasting. Flai P..ld ..
Cotton aad Liaoa Tar.ail. wkt. Mae aaaat
fer-wa, a.'ortH .W..
Whit A Browa Coitea Tarksab Teael. A.
Linen aad Coltoa ITandkerchiof,,
tor... rad ;
Table Ctotk,. Mea'a Soaks.
Ladies' Stockings, amort.
Whitt and Brown Cotlua
WsUr-proof aad Flaaatl Shifts,
Black Lac Shawls. Silk t assrelta.
Plaids, Poachue, Meake Jaea.ts.
FLANNEL SACKS AND PANTS,
Buckskin aad Clotk Saeka and Pant.
Aa Aasortiaent of FINK St ITS.
eenrUat, green, bio nad waita .
Wtit I ..11. .n Btaakeu. TJomn Blanket.
Light and Heavy Barlnpe.
Woolnsek, Sail Tome.
Bug- end Cnrpeta,
Rubber Uond, Garters. Si
Etc., Etc., Etc.
t03-3m. THEO. II. DAVIE.
C. BREWER CO.
OFFER FOB SALE
BY LATE ARRIVALS FROM BOSTON !
The Following Assortment of
Anchors, A00 to lOOOIbs,
Leather Belting, 3 to 6 in, Oak Tanned.
Boxes Jam and Bales of Rope,
Boats assorted Styles,
Cane Knives. Cultivators,
Carts, Hand, Mule and Hone,
Copper Paint, Canal Barrows,
Cumberland Coal in Casks
PESCE WIEE, BEST QUALITY !
FIRE CLAY. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS I
1 Horse Power for Sawing Wood,
Planters Hoes. Hay Cutter,
Kaolin. Fire Clay,
Yellow Pine Well Seasoned
Yellow Metal, 18 to 2S ot.
Plow, varinn, style, and lilts.
Pail, i tloop,
American Prints Desirable Styles I
Best Quality Rosin.
Turki Island Salt in Oak Barrtll
Nest, Painted Tub,,
Wheel I: .-row.,
Casks of EGG COAL!
Imported Expressly for Family Use!
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLES.
Bridles. Bits, and Spar.
French and O.rman Cahfekia.
India Robber Balle. Feninar Daatar.
Blank Booke. Blank Sot,,
Genuine Oold Leaf,
Jewelry, snehae K,r Rings P rumbas' Aa.
Harmonises. Ma.ao Pit...
London aid Meersch.uar Pip.
Genuine Eau de Cologne
Lahin's Eitr .cti Soaps, Toth BrmsWs.
Pocket Knirn, Seisanr,. Ckanoal Iran.
Wasbing Tub,, liaiv. Basket,, Is aad IX s.
GERMAN, ENGLISH AND FRENCH
Crushed Sagas. Sardia,. A., A.
w Taper,. Csatpkor. Safely slaieka.
r LIJVTS :-
White Zinc. Wbiu Lead. Grea aad
Berila Bin. Hubbark'e Paiat Oil
W I in i : :
Jithannisbargar. LMhfravaasstiab, C
(banpagne. Heidaiock', Ae.
Sparalmg iloek, quarts and piota.
Key Brand. Si Paul a. Lager Bear.
Jeffrey', Al A Purter, Bavarian Be,. ejU t pes
LIC I ) It S :
Cognac Brandy. Gin. A.. Alenkol rs D'j.ka
CIGARS HAVANA A GERMAN
F,ne Win. Sat. 4. 5 tad (.
C. C. Tin Plato.. Sheet Zine. Kef ivaa.
;'.,,. I Irna Pip. , in in. I n. I, km.
Babbitts Metal. Hoop Iran. 1. 1. i. 1).
Wrappiif Paper. Horte Rope, "kita .
Crk,, MnaMir;, Looking Olea A Clfo
Tumblera. Weter M..nk. ,. ii,mhr nad Cantk,
baaijohn,. i. I. dead gaile .Market Bevkx.
Birch Broom,. Ceeaent. Fir Hay. Fir Btank.
Slalae, Barrele aad Caaka. Ae.. A
Orders Iron, ihr elkrr Mauds Urrlnllt
Ex Favorite, From Victoria
100 Barrei, Fraier River Salmon,
10 Half Uarrel, Fraier River Salmoa,
Brery Barret in Perfect Order and,
FOB SALE AT A VERY LOW FIGURE,
Eastern Pine Sugar Shoob !
WILL BE SOLD
At a Lower Price Than Ever Before Offer
ed in This Market
These Snooks are Thoroughly Seasoned
And offer adTantages ovar all others,
SOLD IN THIS MARKET:
Holding a larger qaantitj of sugar, gaining from
2J per cent- to 3 per eent. in setting np and repairing
M coopering after leasing tbe Plantation
SUGAR MACHINERY !
Till I N IM KNIi. M I. ,, ., j sr IIIIIIIIO
per Matt from LO. ceLnealeel
Glasgow Iron Work of
Messrs Mirier-, Tait, aid WatMi,
K s act partakralars of ISaS etast of
Of seventeen different cnaearaaen raaaatast
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Us a s Irot-rlaM Tas-aaaa Pass
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ALL OF THE ABOVE GOODS !
Will b? old Low
To Close Consignments,
To make room for new goods expected per
Syren and Ceylon :
TO All HIVE EARLY NEXT FALL,
INVOICES OF WHICH ARE EXPECTED
C. BREWER & CO.
m am .
Columbia River Salmon!
II UT RECEIVED PEB t. A. FALKIXRVBCs
ta oarral. and naif bar rata, for sal by
as a suwusoo.
The ondereurnM are pr.pent m
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Heptember or not later laao OctuSir Mas. ar Sate. '
frelaht ..-.-.- for.
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From London Direct !
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