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DILLINGHAM & COMPANY,
XO. 37 rOBT, STCEET, HONOLULU,
RESPECTFULLY CALL ATTENTION to the Xew and Assorted Lines
of Goods, just received from 2Tcw York and San Francisco, ex "Hesperian"
"Murray? " Ealalaua," " Wrestler," and other late arrivals, tchicJi they offer at
fJte lowest market rales. Large invoices of Choice Goods to arrive per " Zoeffrom
Idvcrpool, and " Cltcsliirc'from New York.
All sizes, made to our order, extra strong.
SULKEY PLOWS. Extra riow Tarts constantly on liand.
WATER PILTERS AND COOLERS,
A new Invoke of tho favorilo Hygienic Toroos Filters. Jewctt's Water Filters anp
Coalers, and Coolers only, assorted sizes.
BIRD CAGES, TELEGRAPH WIRE,
KEROSENE OIL-high test, best quality.
Having made arrangements to import direct Irom first hands, we aro now prepared to offer
tb best oil in the market (150) at favorable rates. This oil is brongbt from tlioEast to Sati
FriDoisoo by railroad, in cars owiiod by tbo Compaq-, and the great loss from leakage and
deterioration is avoided. The oil is put up in Cans and Barrels. In the latter form it will be
frand a great convenience to families and retailers. The barrels are liiied with heavy tin. and
are provided -with a convenient faucet. "o leakage, and no charge for containers which aro
returnable when empty. Wo can also supply low test Oils, guaranteed to pass tho
Test, at reduced rates.
POWDER, SHOT, CAPS,
Of English and American Manufacture, in packages to suit.
A fresh invoice of the Celebrated " Carbolized" 3 & 4 ply, and " Standard" 3 & 4 ply
Will each find a fresh and Well Assorted Stock of Implements, Tools and
-Supplies suited to bis requirements.
XJJERS, OHAM)ELIERS AXD LASTERyS,
CARRIAGE LAMPS-KEW STYLES AXL PATTERNS
OTBBIQATrXG OILS, Pure, Unadulterated. & Use genuine oils if you wish to preserr
C02STSTASTTLY OjSt HAjST),
Full Lives of
SHELF HARDWARE, CUTLERY, AGRICHLT0RAL IMPLEMENTS,
HOUSE FUKNISHIXG GOODS, PAINTS, OILS,
VARNISHES, TURPENTINE, BRUSHES, ETO.
ObbHobMbI OH and Transportation Co.
HatKdie's Barbefl Wire and Staples,
llallrdic's Falcnt Wire Rope,
Averill's Chemical Paints,
The Bain Wagon,
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
ALFRED M. MELLIS
Cordially invites tho public to
VISIT JESTS ONT
Where they will find aLarffe and Suitable Variety or
Dry and. IJ'aiicy Groods!
JU&T RECEIVED PEE "JIEE FOO" ASD "ATJSTIULIA,"
Dress Goods Department.
nast: Qtre, Mobalr, Brocade,
BtaeVSOkMBe, llentellr de Lion,
All Shades Satins, Silks,
Fringes, Buttons and Trimmings,
To sctcb all the above
AIM, as esefeee variety of Alpacas, Merinos,
Vers led. Woolen, and Erapres
Lawn Dree Patterns.
XrafcraMered Chemises, mite Shirt.
IWiISHl Colored ditto,
I Skirts. Haebeavy Mcbtrjowns
line Merino Vests,
Otajfcra ditto, Fine British Hose,
ammiiaatia. Pine Col ditto ditto,
iMJBMl ditto. Flue Tweed bolts,
Heavy Sjntfawd Shawls, nne Day's oitto.
Warned ditto. Fine lists and Cans,
Fine tVh. Alpaca Coats,
MBV. Slotatr ditto. White linen Duck ditto,
Mnr Jackets, Ditto ditto ditto.
l Hose. B- Jiareemes vi,
mack aari Catered Lace Silk Mill".
Oli'Mii'.Tte. Collarette nd Shawls,
Adjaetahic Frost aad Side Bast Corf etc,
Isktk, ahe and Colored Silk Scarfee and Tics.
Grand preparations aro being made Ibr my
FIRST IjVTBNTO.RY SALE.
Dne notice of wfcich. will be citcn In a fntnre issue by
833 A. tV3. ViELLiS, Brewer's Block.
OPZN EVERT SATURDAY EVENING UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK.
Xos. 7C and TSHoicl Street,
Board by the Day, "Week or Transient
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Soda "Water and other Iced Drinks.
Heals Served in Erst-Class Style
Alt ALL HOURS.
HESETlJ.HAET, W9 3 EIOJS A. HAKT.
.BCTIin, STUELT, XEAU I1G.
Tsileti, Marble Mantels,
Washstand Tops, and
TSi'n; in Hack and "White Marble.
J5RRBLE WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
lilADE TO ORDEB
ATJTHE 10WXST POSSIBLE "RATES.
Boncmcnti and Hcndtancs Cleaned and
Orders tnmt tbe other Iel&ndt promptly attended to.
JOJG WIPES' STEAM.
Va o xi xi ixl Pumps.
cxncnsicvcD have just re.
CKTVED per Amy Turner, from &cton, full ;
MTtmeai T these celebrated romps, which are coaratf
IwS to be cheaper and tetter than any other stile cf
awmpimrjortrd. VTecaU the attention of pumienvartlc
startr o ene Vacaem ramp, wnicb la less complicated
and more serricesble ban other pomps.
rrsm tr c. uwrwxn acq
PAINTS AND OILS.
XXAD XJT PACiCAGUES OP 3 TO
' Zioe White, nnhback Lead,
Boiled Paint Oil In balk and in S niton drama,
A toil UMKBBtl Fancy Color rainu.
AlLany Lubricating Compound,
California Wire Works,
Albany Cylinder Oil.
37 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
E3 '"v'' STORES,
House Furnishing Goods.
Red. White and Unbleached Damask Tabic Linens,
Tabic Covers and XapUns, to match.
Bep and Trinted W ool Table Covers,
Lace Carta! El and Tidies,
White and Colored Bedspreads,
French Marseilles Quills.
Lace and Knibroiderrd Pillow Shams,
Knsrlan, White Crash and Linen Towels,
Jlarbelized Oil Cloth,
Ac., Ac, Ac
Children and Babies'
Hats, Lace Cap?,
Cap. Lace Uoos,
Handkerchiefs, Linen Huods.
roint, noniton, L.nen, Vatenciennes, Venice, Caro-
llue, Langnidoc and Hlk)v case Laces.
Embroideries, and Insertion?,
Plain. Gro. Grain and Pleated Ribbons.
ai Ilfads. Flowers
Embroidery. A orsled nod Crochet Pattern Books.
Worsted, Embroidery bilk.
Linen Ploe. Cardboards,
ChenelHes, Crochet Newllef,
Wliite and Colored Jaia Camas.
&C, 1C, tC
TM08. G. THRUM'S
FORT STREET STORE.
A fine asst. or Windsor & Kenton's
OIL AOT) WATER COLORS
Brashes, assorted sizes ; Palettes,
Knives, Oil Cups, Ink Slabs,
Liquid Gold, Artists' Drjing Oil,
Gold and Silver Shells and Saucers,
Kcturo Mastic, Prepared Canvas,
Windsor fc Newton's Water Colors in boxes,
Wooden Plates, several sizes ;
"White Wood Pans, asst'd sizes and shaped ;
Black Cardboard Panels, various sizes.
Fine rapcterlcs and Qncen Anne Stationery
Visiting Cards, Diaries, Blank Books,
Miscellaneous and Presentation Books,
UHTLB AM) l'OCULT
Maps of the Hawaiian Islands !
Letter and STote Paper,
(With view of this character? lie land-mark, engraved
to order by the Con S. Y.J to be had
lu quantities to cult.
Frcsli Goods, Xovclties
and New Books
Conitantly f onjht for' and added as they appear.
Special ordera t onrarded regnlarlr each mall. Bll
HAEB URC TEA.
BT IS UXPOSSIBI.T: TO SATTOO KCCIMX
-U- praise of thia good old stapdard Family Medicine
It cannot be too htchly recommended, as It is trnly a
Jlnricl 01 me Acre, and no household should be
without It It prevents as well as cures Milii 1)1.
cases. Goat, Uhciimntliru, firm cl and all It lit.
Jicy Diseases. AITccted Headache.
KnnjTO, Bile, AVI ml, Indigestion, Constipation,
revcr and Ague, Mecplcsurss, Lassitude,
FonI Breath, and every disease brought on or
aggravated by a disordered stomach.
It purifies the Blood, Cleanses the Stomach and Bow
els, and gives the whole system a Healthy and Delightful
Tone. There nvcx was a mcdlcne for the Xnrscry
equal to-it, and beins composed of Herbs only, it can
I given safely to infanta. It Is n triumph In medicine
harmless, yet efficacious. Invaluable In the family, on
the road, at tea, and everywhere.
Tor sale by all Drug-lets, and at by
SPEAKS rOR ITSELF I
JISHEE'S CHAMPAG2TE CIDEB,
SO Well andfaVOrablTlmnwn In thtl rnmnnnlf, ,
always be found, on iccat Jacob WcIkV, No. 61 Klni
Honolulu, Jtnuiry 17, 1S30. 8S6 3m
est ix iiebus.
WEDNESDAY, MAT -1, 1881.
International Scientific Work.
WAsnrxoTOX, D. C, March 15tb. Two
polar expeditions aro to be fitted out and sent
North early this coming summer under the
direction of Gen. Uazeti, tho Chief Signal
Officer, for purely scientific purposes. Tho
one to Lady Franklin Hay, as has already
been announced, is to be under tho command
of Lieut. Greeley, one of tho most trusted
officers of tho Signal Corps. Tlio other will
sail from San Francisco, and will establish
iteelf at Point Harrow, on the north coast of
Alaska, commanding officer not yet designated.
Prof. Baird, of the Smithsonian Institution,
and Capt. Patterson, ol the Coast
Survty, are co-operating with Gen. llazen,
and will each bo represented in one or both
of theso expeditions. Tlicso enterprises are a
part of an extensive international system of
polar observation, in which several European
nations are participants with this country.
Rustia has definitely promised to occupy two
stations, one at tho mouth of tbe Lena, in
Eastern Siberia, and the second on the new
Siberian Island which ii some, distance cast of
Wrangel Land. Sucdcn has promised to
occupy North Cape, in Finland. Denmark will
establish a station at Gpornavik, Greenland.
Germany, though she has not raado an
absolute promise to do so, is expected to send
an expedition to tho Island of Jan JIuyen, cast
of Greenland. Holland will occupy tho mouth
of tbo Ob and Spitzbergcn. Austria, represented
by Count Wilozek and Licnt.
will occupy Nova Zcmbla. Canada
will probably occupy Melville Island, while
Italy will fit'ont an expedition to the Southern
Hemisphere, and will probably 6elect its
location on Cape Horn. It is also expected
that the Island of Georgia, in the Southern
Hemisphere, will be occupied by an expedition
from some other European nation. The
expedition will consist of two t fficers of the
army and enlisted men. It will
be assembled at Washington not later than tbe
15th of May, and in St. Johns, Newfoundland,
about one month later. The vessel will bo
sent north undercommand of an experienced
Arctic Captain, with a crew especially selected
from tho sailors and whalers of tho Newfoundland
coast. It is expected that the ex
pedition will leave St. Johns about tho 1st of
July, and, touching at Disco, will taKe on
board Dr. Pavoy, the naturalist of tho expedition,
who has been in Greenland during tho
last winter, collecting dogs, sledges, and
other material for tho expedition. Several
teams of dogs will be taken from Disco and
Upcrnavik, with two Esquimaux hunter. The
vessel is expected to reach Lady Franklin Bay
by the last of August, when, disembarking
the party, it will return to thcuUiiitcd States.
It is expected that, in additiofr to the scientific
observations to be raado by tho permanent
party, the northern coast of Greenland will be
explored. It is believed that the question as
to whether Greenland is an island or a continent
can bo definitely told, and also whether
land exists to the norlhward of Cape liritania,
tho farthest point seen by the English expedition
of 16C3. The station is to bo visited
annuilly by vessels, which will bring frc h
Eupplics and a number of new recruits, m
order that those unfitted for the work by reason
of disease or otherwise may return to tho
An Official Speculation-Profits of tho
French Government by its Monopoly
of tho Solo of Tehacco.
manufacture to be a prominent source cf pros-
t.nfJlw In flirt 17rrtrnli irMnef.3 flu
same system for Germany. In the seventeenth
century tho French Government assumed tho
right to control tho manufacture of tobacco,
and in 1017 transferred tho monoply of manufacture
to contractors, ivho agreed to pay for
tho privilege a sum based on tho probable
earnings. This 83-stem was in operation until
the reign of the first Napoleon, when a commission
apjKiintcd by him reported that the
only way of benefiting both tho Government
and consumers would be for the State to
manufacture tobacco exclusively. The. reasons
given were that tho work being under ono
control would dispenso with of
the general expenses which would bo incurred
by individual inannf,ictureis. The credit and
capital of tho Slalo being greater than that of
any individual, it could m.iko use of all new
discoveries and machines for-simplifying labor,
and thus reduce tho cost; it would abolish all
expenses of show, advertising, high-priced
tores, etc , and, having no interest in making
a profit to the disadvantage of tho consumer,
would avoid all adulterations. The system
went into practice in 1810 and has in t since
undergone any modifications In 1811 tho
sales reached over 50,000,000 francs, tho
expenses being 31,000,000, and the net profit
being over 19,000,000. In 1 878 tho receipts
wcro over 307,000,000 francs, tho expenses
about 65,000,000, and the net profit over 332,-000,000.
In this sixty-seven jcars the
expenses wero but little more than doubled
while tbe net profits had incicased seventeen
fold. As cigars, which constituted the principal
part of tho production, are made almost
exclusively by hand, tho reduction of expenses
and the great growth of receipts weio chiefly
accounted for by the divisiou in manual labor
when united in large masses under one administration.
The manufacture, of matches is
also a Government monoply, and tho profit
from it, added lo that of tobacco, amounted to
318,210,000 francs, or about ?0!),612,000, a
sum sufficient at 5 per cent, to pay the inlorest
on the five thousand millions levied in 1871 by
Germany, and Ieao an overplus for amortization
Iiich, by compound intci est calculation,
would sink the whole debt in years.
The avorage wages paid by tho Government lo
its tobacco laborers was 0 1-5 francs a day,
while jewelers, tho highest paid of French
workmen, received from private employers
but an average of 5 1-7 francs a day. In
paying tho highest or average wages, the
Government gives to its employes during sickness,
or after a certain period of Eervice,j
pensicn, so satisfactory that a position in (he
employ of the State is eagerly sought for by
French workmen. The expenses of management,
clerks, agents, storage, freight, etc.,
reached In 1878 but 1 1-7 per ceut. on tho
gross receipts. French manufactures and merchants
expend 12 to 15 per cent, for these
A Quiet City.
In (ho whole lown of Tangiers, Africa, (hero
is not a cart nor a carriage. No itinerants go
around with wares, no street occupation absorbs
the pedestrian, no movement to speak
of, no bells, no cries, no invitations to purchase.
Itepnse has settled upon all ; even the
active-minded visitor will succumb at last,
and sit for hours doing nothing, not knowing
una; to do. And iu this somnolent city you
can wander about at w ill, and will lose cured
f, no doubt, in tho hopeless maze of little
houses and lanes, and alleys. Every laneTis
like every other lane, all the alleys and tiuy
squares aro of other alleys and
squares, and one might very easily disappear
never to return. Iu this Iabyriuth yon may,
as a christian, wander unharmed and almost
unnoticed. No pick-pocket of civilization w ill
molest you, and foreign ladies migh't carry
their purses iu their outside pockets without
fear of loss.
But if tho aspect of tho city be dull during
tho day, what shall we say of it at night ?
Fully illuminated by a refulgent moon, which
lights up the white walls with almost dazzling
splendor. Tangiers is a city of the dead. The
cloaked spectres havo disappeared into ,the
white sepulchres the houses. A bundle' of
rags will stir at your feet; it is an Arab. Yon
tread upon the skeleton of a cat, and recoil.
Your footsteps echo in the deserted lanes, and
probably the beating of your own heart viftl
bo all the sound you will hear. All is mute
and lifeless around you.
Apropos of the "bundle of rags," nothing will
surprise the visitor to Morocco more than the
extraordinary manner in which tho native will
curl himself up in a comer or lie down against
a wall. In a spot where we should fancy a
boy or a bundle would find insufficient and
uncomfortable space, an Arab will sit or
cronch in perfect happiness. "He spreads
himself on a wall like a bass-relief, .and fiat-tens
himself upon the gronnd like a sheet
spread out to dry." And in all these attitudes
he appears alternately headless, legless, or
trnnklcss. a ball, a cube or a nondescrint. His
adaptability is wonderful.
The dress of the people is very picturesque.
Tl.at of the men is ordinarily a white mantle,
but on gala days is more elaborate Tho women
cover their faces with tbo end of their
long mantles, under which they wear a wide-sleeved
garment bound round the waist with a
cord. Nothing but tho eyes, fingers and bare
feet thrust into slippers is visible. Thoy aro
a sad, weary race, prized till twenty; then
they get old and withered, and aro treated
like beasts of burden till thoy die. Cor.
Story about John B. Gongh.
John B. Gougb, who had faced over eight
thousand acknowledges that on
one occasion, and one only, he encountered an
embarrassment ho could not overcome. It was
Ins own fault, he says, and proved a sharp
lesson ho never forgot. In his own words :
I was engaged to address a largo number of
children in tho afternoon, the meeting to be
held on tho lawn of tho Baptist Church iii
Providence, K. I. Iu tho fprenoon a friend
met me and said :
" I have some cigars ; will you
have a few ?" K,
"No, I thank you."
"Do take a half-dozen."
" I have nowhere to put them."
" You can put half a dozen in your pocket."
I wore a cap in those days, and I put tho
cigars into it, and at tho appointed time I
went to the meeting. I ascended tho platform
and faced an audienco of more than two
thousand children. As it was out-of-doors I
kept my cap on for fear of taking cold, and I
forgot all about tho cigars Toward tho clnso
of my speech I became more iu earnest, and,
after warning tho boys agaiiMt bad company,
bad habits, and the saloons, I said :
.."Now, boys, let us givo threo rousing
cheers for temperanco and for cold water.
Now, then, threo cheers. Hurrah I "
And, taking off my cap, I waved it most
vigorously, when away went tho cigars right
into the midst of tho audience. The remaining
cheers were faint, and wero nearly
drowned in the laughter of the crowd. I was
mortified and ashamed, and should have been
relieved could I have sunk through tho platform
out of siirht. My feelings wcro still more
aggravated by a boy coming up to the steps of
the plattorm with one o those dread In I cigars,
saying: "Hero's ono of your cigars, Mr.
Ihongh I never afterward put cigars in my
cap or hat on going to a meeting, I am ashamed
to say it was sometime, after that befuro I
gave up cigars altogether.
HAI.C 1ST T.OT.S TO SFIT
gilnated on Ecrltanla. Kinjr, Vonnc, Victoria,
Lnnalllo and KInaa Street", Kulaokahua l'lains. "o
healthier tlimat , good roads, plenty of water, the beat
of soil, bcantif nl scenery, and pure air.
W SO TAKW l'ATCIIES.
Terms to enlt parcha&crs. Apply to
&J7 tf II. J. AG-EW.
E. B. THOMAS,
Contractor and Builder,
XlcMflcnec, Tio. 23 Alahcn Street.
Estimates fnrnishedat short notice, and work done In
thc"best manner 811
BARK "EDWARD MAY,"
Just Arrived from Boston,
CONSISTING IN PAItT AS FOLLOWS:
Steam, Cumlieiiantl anil Stove Coal,
Kerosene Oil," Electric "Brand.
O n x 3. IMC atches.
Eastern Tine Birrel Shooks,
Oars "Copper-lipped," Itesin,
ritch, Tar, Fire Clay, Plaster Paris,
Ico Bcfrigcrators various sizes,
BARRELS EXTRA MESS BEEF,
Pick and Asc Handles,
MULE CAETS, Heavy and Light,
Farmers' Boilers, for Plantation uso ;
An invoice of Cut Nails, assorted;
Aujoibhsveis, Hunt's Axes and Hatchets.
A WEIL SELECTED
Stock of Clioice Gxoceries :
Lewis' Tomatoes, Cases Sausago Meat,
Green Corn. Succotash,
Gherkins, I and l4 gall.
Boston Baked Beans, Corn Starch,
Tomato and Hock Turtle Soup,
Sandwich Ham and Tongue,
Irish Stew, Harricnt of Mutton,
Stcued Calves' Head, Dairy Salt,
Qr Barrels Family Pork.
Cases Lard, 5 lb tins, full weight
Boston Crushed Sugar.
FAIRBANKS' PLATF0R31 SCALES
Iron Safe?, Yellow Metal and Nails,
Manila Cordage, New Bedford makr ;
Wbitewcod, Slates, Boscndale Cement.
An Invoice of Carriages,
COMPBISKC SOME OF
AM) Or AOTED XAXVVAVTU1 Bits.
Basket Phaetons, Cabriolets.
The shore Goods will be offered for ale to arrive
UPON REASONABLE TERMS.
Ml C. BStETVER CO.
rz.(t,fkr. 1RREX.S FRCsn AtirORTIA
3j?y Lime Jnst received.
3 818 HOLIES A CO
AS A MERCANTILE ASSISTANT,
by a man of considerable experience. PIeae
"SCHIHE," care of Gsxette Office J833
HAY I OATS!
"TOT1TEAT & BBAW, Ix Blttno DISCOVERY
T T April S3, 1SSI. i or eaie
EOU.ES & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
INVDICIS OF NEW GOODS
JCST ltECETVED PER
"ATALANTA," FR03I BREMEN,
(To bo followed by the "Kale" anf Iolanl,")
And per Steamer, via Panama.
The Folio-wing Goods
Are now in our possession:
DARK BLUE DENIMS :
New Prints, StarPads, Ac,
Drown Cottons, Horrock's "While CottonsA & B
Turkey Bed Cotton. Ticlanjrs
Blue Cotton Drill, Bine and Fancy FLANNEL,
Ivtstincs. Italian Cloth, Kepps.
Fancy White and Black DBESS GOODS,
Jacquard, Mohair, Mousse Una, Jaconetx, &e
Barege, Curtains, Lambrequins, Table Covers,
&c Ac. Ac.
Buckskino, Doeskins, Coatings, Diagonals,
Printed Moleskins, Brown Cords,
White Linen Drills, Ac
An Assortment of Shirts,
Woolen, Flannel and Cotton Mixed,
Merino and Cotton Undershirts,
AVool Jacket, Shawls, Blankets, Towels, Ac
Socks and Stockings, Balbriggan,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Foulards,
T. It. and Fancy Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Neckties, Wool and Silk Braids,
liibbons. Thread, Buttons, Ac.
India Rubber Coats and Overalls
Fancy and Toilet Articles : Florida Water,
Genuine Eau de Cologne, Philocome,
Combs, Tooth Brushes, Lnbin's Extracts,
Feather Dnsters, Harmonicas,
Violin Strings, Flaying Cards,
Looking Glasses, Vienna Chairs.
Blank Books, Ledgers, Journals
Day Books, Copy and Beceipt Books,
Gold Leaf, PATElt,
Superior Printing Paper, two sizes,
Manila Kope all sizes, Spunyarn,,
Flax, and Hemp Packing,
Susar cSs Coal Bass
Woolpick, Barlaps, Sail Twine,
India Ituhber Packing
SADDLESSydney and English
Powder, Lead and Zinc Paint,
Fence Wire, 4, 5, C; Hoop Iron, Bivets,
Galvanized Iron Pipes J to l)f inch.
Yellow Metal IG to ill oz.. Nails, Steel Bails,
Perforated Brass, Backets, Cutlery, Scissors,
Butcher and Pocket Knives.
Ilazors, Sheep Shears, Saw Files, Ac.
CROCKEIt V in Assorted Crates. Also,
Dinner, Breakfast and Tea Sets,
Bo wis, iiice Dishes, Cups, Flower Pots.
Sardines, Vinegar, Dnret's Olivo Oil,
Ultra Wash Bine, Blue Mottled Soap,
Table Salt, Stearine Candles, 7. Ac.
Bontellau Brandy, Gin, Bum, Alcohol,
St. Paul's Ale, lluller's Lager Bier, Champagne
Ch. Farro and Hidsitck Dry Mdnopole, c,
Empty Demijohns, Market Baskets,
Molasses and Tallow Barrels.
Stockholm Tar. Fire Clay, Fire Bricks,
Bed Bricks, Tilos, SUtes, Boats,
Blacksmith's Co.il, Steam Coal, Ac.
ALSO G STEAM CLARIFIEKS,
Pianos from L. Neufeld, Berlin
FOH SALE UY
817 1 ' II. HAC'KFEI.n .V CO.
WILDER & CO.
Importers and Dealers in
OF AM, III.VDS.
LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED CARGOE
ALL 2IIE USUAL SI OCR SIZE,
TIHBEB, PLANK, BOAEDS,
FENCING AUB PICKET
A Host Complete Stock of
Scantling; Plank, surfaced and roogh,
Bo.irdd, surfaced and rough ; Buttons,
Pickets, Iluatic, Lattice, Clapboards,
ALSO, I.V STOCK,
ft' FINE ASSOBTmT OF WALL PAPER
BOLTS. SCEEWS. Etc
Paint and Whitewash Brushes
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS!
DOORS SASH BLINDS
Of Eastern and California Mako.
F0JI SALE IX QUANTITIES TO SUIT
X. oxv PUXOOS
4 FUI.I, LISC OF GBOCEniEN AT
(782) TJOLLES Co'l.
T?X BKTNE "'VVTlESTXiER'' APRIL
J IliJ3, 1831. For nle by 01 BOLLES & CO.
t jpaJMJ JTJl - Jjfc
ORY SiSiS, MY OOODSJLOTifSNO,
CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
ALL DIRECT FKOM NEW YOBK, PHILADELPHIA AND EUBOPE.
POPULAR PRICES AND SQUARE DEALING!
I invite the public to examino my Magnificent Stock of European and American Dry GoocU, which J
without question tho
Largest and Best-Selected Stock in tbe City of Honolulu.
My prices for perfectly FUESM IETV FABKICS nre positrrely lower than n eharRed by
other Houses for OLD. MOILi:i GOOlJJ, rmder tho guiso of SOX.
Don't be Deceived, Come and Examine for Yourselves.
EXAMINE MT BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OP
Dry Goods, Underwear, Hosiery, Fancy Goods, Trimmings, Clothing
and Gents' Furnishing Goods.
CENTS MEW CLOTHING AT GREAT BARGAINS."
I invito a careful inspection of my Goods and Prices. NO TBOUBLE TO SHOW GOODS. Orders
from tho country carefully executed.
CHAS. J. HSHSL.
CALIFORNIA ONE PRICE BAZAR.
GEO. P. WELLS
Nos. 66 and 68 Fort Stroot,
DIl'OBTEll & GENERAL DEALER
Or OEKY DESCniPTlOX.
TT IS 3SOT GEKERAIiIiY ICN'OWK
X that a Hano (which means a STEI
1 AV orWIXl.ll) can be bought here In Hor.olalu
mnch cheaper than they can powlbly be purchased In
ban Francisco. I will convince you of the truth of thin
statement If 70a wish to purchase a Fine I'lauo.
There are a few fine Piano here uhich hare been
Iu San Francisco by the presentownen at prices
ranzin? from iW to STL aoore the price I would bare
charged them for the lane Piaro.
uery: Why do you buy your Pianos In San Francisco?
Belns Sole Agent for these riano In this Klnjrdom,
and buying them direct of theitanufacturers forM'o I
CASK, enables mu to successfully compete with any
larse dealers on the Coast or elsewhere. If you would
like a Ood American Piano for a less price I can fnr
ntsh you with the tJM'IIEIl Ul'KKall r, which is
too ell known here to require anythlnc said by me in
their faror. I can refer you to several parties that hare
purchased them, including Oahu College, where yon
will find Ttt O In constant use.
Tlie New American
This Machine, which has been so UIJIEXSF.I.Y
1'oi'UI. lit, has been very much Improved within
the last few years, and Is not only the most pertect
wnrklns Machine, but Is now a lSfcl.lJt JUchine,
and the lightet running of them all. Price, $J) to $M.
Send for circular.
All kinds of Furniture
MADS TO ORDER.
LEAVE TOUR ORDERS AT
WELLS' MUSIC STORE
If you wlih anything In this line. Your ordert will b
filled with dli pat eh and much cheaper than joa can buy
the eame elcwhere.
Pine Impoxteci Parlor Suits
Constantly on hand and for alo cheap.
FOR SALE AT COST J2i).
AH kinds of Pictures
Framed to Order.
Can give Jyou any kind of Frarao yon desire.
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CHROHOS
Hew Styles of Paintings.
Tho finest overproduced. Only 30 per Pair.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
SILVER PLATED WARE.
Larre Assortment Just received; together with
Call and see for yonneif. Or address
CEO. F. WELLS,
817 Cg and C3 Fort street, Honolulu
L. "W"- HOP E3,
TN ADDITION TO IHS tARGE
X and Taried assortment of
Ha recently added an
To hU est jbllihmsnt, where may be fosnd
A SHPEEI0E ASS0ETHEST OP COFFINS
And Caikett, of tile belt material and workmansnlp.
Sir. IIcpp will shortly be in receipt of a w Ilcnroe
wnicn win oe rented out at moaerate nits. 817
A -FEW YOUNG MEN TO. LEARN
Conjnrice. Trlcka of every description taught
and aparatus mannfxetured. Terms reasonable
A complete apsratna and tent co x a feet for sale,
together or singly. Addreu EDWIK VELTO, thia
coii.tKi: roitT .: iioti:i. stx.
RECEIVED THIS DAY
XX. BAKK TvAT.ATCAPA.
F Oaui California Ttsrl.v. CallfornlA tlroa&d Barler.
1 aillorrM l oru. 1 ainornia n bcu. vanioram uran.
All fresh and Id good order, and for mJ lew by
(TA OLDF.X GATB lCTHA FAMII.T.
LJS Golden Gate Baken Elln.
Ex bark Kabkaoa. for sale by BOLLEM A CO.
CKOCEKIES l.X KAI.AKAUA.""
A- .MKIIIIII.I.'N Trnt IHiwder,
Ooloog Comet TeaC En(itsh Itreakfast Tea,
Crushed Sugar, Granulated Sufmr. Ccbe Swar,
For Sale by BOLLBS ACQ.
POItK. KXTK.t HEM riEEF XX
PIU.Ttn Eitra Family Beef la half barrel. Extra
Pig Pork lu Y,, it and U baneJs. Batter la 31 Ik kef.
and 4 lb glass jars ; Haras and Bacoa xtra site). Lara,
For Sale by IIOLLES A Co.
or.i'jiniA nivKitNAUtttX ix nAnncui
and ban barrels. Canned Pahom lanilslttliBs.
lot ex TiRXGW.Ti.stirrcn.
Asr.w wile bj IIOLLES Jt CO.
TEUT TINK HAJtVVKi.
Ex KaUxaaa, for tale by BOLLES Ji CO.
Match 19, IWL a S
Per City of Sydney.
1 0O BAGS FI1JST QUAiaTT
1' toes. Bags Sllvenkia Oniocis
California Dairy Holler, ta 30 Ik keys, and i lbs
OUh Jar, put up Bxpimshr for ovr Ttrnile.
Eastern Codfish, Bonele. ClB.b. StffB Hams,
Eastern Bacon. Comet English Rrcmkrast Tea.
In 3 lb botes. Comet Osmok Te, It Vrm.
Salmon, Pilot Dread, Crackers, asd Cake, Medina
Bread In Cases.
Lead. Ilnbbnek Lead, Ilubback's XlM,
Verdbrl.. Black PilnL Coram Onn,
Cbron.e Yellow. Pari Ones, and a
Full a?sortraent or Fancy Parnla.
For Mis by BOLLBS A Co, '
TJOUVEIl LINSKED Oil IJs" IJIirA
JU and o gallon cans, Kaw Palni Oil. U sw
For Mrs by wjHtiia a. xx.
Castor Oil Id S and 5 gallon eM; Lard OH. la
barrels and cans. For sale by BOLLBS A 0a.
PACIFIC IlUIUlKIt I'ATNT,
A fnlUMortateBt of tab eareatalcd pahtt ta W,
1 and 5 aralloa nake. an tba tfaaliaalu tfciitn j
colors. Far ease by BOLLES Co.
pjATS, I5ARLI5Y, BIt.VX. COIWf,
' i nut bu iir. per - v. v. natrsy ana w. u.
Dlmoml." Far H ay BOLLBS Oo-
A fine lot per City of Forsas.br
BOLLBS Jfc Oa.
nOLTmBIA RIVKK SAUIOX, Hi
J barrels and half barrel. For tab be
A large aseortawnt of Fruits, Meal. Fish.
. Lobsters, Clam. Orslm, Sattna. Jl
Just recelred, and for sal by rfOLLES Ca.
31 ANIL A COKDAGK.
a rvj.t. AHsomnsxc or mzeh rnoa
fi six ttrMdtaflra lata.
S 818 BOLUS A CO.
BiTTTEi: AXT CIIiaESK,
Iiecaread br tba - Cltr of atamsr rarsalaby
BOLLBS Jk Ca.
HEMP CORDAGE. AND BOLT ROPE.
A.v AhKonrnnvT or siziw rnon 2 1.3
1 olS BOLLBS CO.
BLOCKS AND MAST HOOPS.
Jfc Metallic Iron strapped Block, Palest Boaktac
Plain Basbiag, a fall atortamit of ttaM.
3 BOLLBS 4 CO.
WATER PIPES !
PHtKH. I!t WASX OP 1AVTA31ZZB
Ike new MaHts.wfli Ja
60.0D0 Feet of Galvanized PfpiiF
Oa band, Just HeeelTed ex "OUaaftr "
and en offer II at
THE LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURES
a IB,B,,,noC"''''J d. at bava tecttved
HOLTSE PLUMBING HATERIAIia
Earth CltweU, Cast Iron Sinka,
Hiwmelati Oat Iron WaahaUw,
llarbtetorMami lUiaina for Waaeiula,
wttl. Oorka arj ClmiBe for aarae.
Hose Iiibi Cockj,
Sewer ami Sink TrafNi, Urios,
Kitclien Slop Sinks, ijit,k Ploca,
Light Cant iron Soil Pipe,2, 3 & i hwl.
All Work In the Above Line
WBl be attended to wHb dfapaieh. Jllao.IaM
at baad. a on lot of
UNCLE SARfl RANGE,
Three dWersot Slife, of fear abes eacaT Also.
Opera, May, Quarlelte and Ting Hou
Togstber wltb tba
Cotton Plant, Sunny South
Magna Charta, Osceola,
DemancI, Buck's and
Charter Oak Stoves,
SUPERIOR FRENCH RANGES,
Fer Prlralt ramHtea. r Dettl.
Ships' and Schooners Cabeosss,
LnuBdry Stt.rM, KerMeno 81938
xr too ahe i.v xmttt or
ANYTHING IN THE ABOVE LINE!
3?bJ O TT".
-V" " iosit taraefb in man. and ur.
nombsr of pwpia you rhi to oifiT """
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