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MESSRS. CASTLE & COOKE
OFFER FOR SALE
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES,
THEIR STOCK OF NEW GOODS
KECEIVm TEE LATE AEEIVALS, AXD TO AK1UVE PEE
ft H. Whiton, from Kew Ycik, City of Madrid and Cily of rMin, frcm England
THESE GOODS AEE ADAITED FOE
Plantations, Country Stores and Families
Asd botscbt front FIRST HANDS FOB CASH, and will be Fold for CASH, -with best dijccnct on
tiiae, on erI tenns to parties approved. We offer on hand and to arriTe,
Palace Water White High Test Kerosene Oil,
Vulcan Water White Above Standard Kerosene Oil.
Xrf OS. Castor Oil. Newts Foot Oil. Cylinder Oil. Flax Steam Paekinp,
lacks IiaUr Flat l-i. Ac: Asbestos Steam rackniR, Asbestos; Boiler Covering
BaMsK VetaL Canal Barrow. Lace Leather, Leather Beltinc. 3, 4. C. 8, 10 and 12 inch ;
WtHem't Ceatnfncal BelUnc. a superior article ; Dis&ion's Case Knives,
VtMfa Scrtlx and Snaiths, Ox Bows, Male Cart Axles. Mole Collars and Hamcs, JInle Shoes,
Hearr fjardVa Hoes. Lasta Hanteni Hoes, Axe and Pick Mattocks, Paris Breaking Plows,
IA tfee oW laronte and unexcelled Moline Steel Breaking Plow. XO and XI Steel Horse Hows,
Earie No. 26 Flows, lTanet jr. Horse Hoe, a few MOLIXE GANG PLOWS,
Jaba Dee-re make Qll Hose. 3-4. 1. 1 1-4, 1 1-2 and 2 inch ;
Best Standard Weston's Or&tnf ucal Linings, 12 and 14 inch, best quality : Portable Forges,
SdiiBi Feed Colters. Eagle Annls, Spear A Jackson's ; Disston A" Stnbbc' Assorted Files,
Dijon's ufctitated Saws, all dxe ; Maehints Masons ard Hammers.
Saecfearseeters and Svrop Thermometers, Cot Nails, all sixes ; Cct Spikes, Wrought Nails,
Locks. Batts, Screws. Hiacea, Anecrs. Anger Bits. Chisels. Saws, Braces, Bolts, Catches it,
IInMm aaat Osmage Bolts, best nu,nnfcture ; Smooth, Jack and Jointer Planes,
Ffewt tod Match Planes. A Fell Line of
Paints and Uiis of the Best English and American Brands
STAPLE GOODS, SUCH JS
lAmoiroc Dentsss. S sod 9 oz. Tickings. A C A B and D J 'leached Cottons. 4-4 wide, beet make ;
TMMimfci i CMseas, Cbetp. Medium and Fine ; Brown and Mce Drills. Linen Drills, heavy ;
.XkkMh. Diaper. Paw Linen Sheeting. Fine Mosquito Lace, Blue Flannel, Scarlet Flannel,
A Ssperier Asterttaeat ef taerican White Flannels.
STAPLE GROCERIES :
Gkis Gate Extra Family Floor, Hawaiian Pis. Com Starch. Japan, Comet and Cheap Teas
QaWSsaac, Hawaiian Sagars, Com and FtflS, Condensed Milk. Corned Beef and Tongues, '
. Oxford SaBtaSreK. McMnrrav's Ovsters. Evann ,t Pin, ;;.
m mc mwiK """V UKI niu; oxt. towonua ana xasiern oranas
rltrnt. Oars Heal, Arena, Graham Flour, Ac-, ic Jtc
On Coiiisig'iimeiit :
The Geo.F. Blake Hfg. Co's Steun Feed Irrigating & Vacuum Fumpf
lir4mf: rtUi letrifgals,
Woodward & Broicn's Cdtbratcd Pianos,
fow Haven Organ Co. Parlor Ortjnns
TRasiaW ( Mom 3ifg. Co. Barbed Wire, tk: Best Barbed Wire manufaclura
JWiWrf Cement. Sugar Bags, Oate mid B.'av, California Hoy,
Orfihrt J?''er Salmon, bbls. ami hf. Ws., Salmon Bellies in Kits J'crv Fine.
; r - -.n rv.t .: ' - 7.
THOS. G. THRUM'S
FORT STREET STORE.
X fine xst. of lVIndjor & .enton's
OIL AND WATER COLORS
, aoaorted tiaes ; Palettes,
Kafves, Oil Cor. Ink Slabs,
UaaM Gold, Artists' Drying Oil,
0M aai Sflwc SkeH and Sascers,
l'ksn Mastic. Prepared Canvas,
WiaaVeri Newtoa's Water Caters in boxes,
WBn Ilates. awal sices :
Wlatte Woa4 Paaav as'd shses and shape. ;
Saaek Cardboard Paaek, varieas sues.
Fine and Queen Anne Statloaery
rvMac Cards. IMaries, Blank Books,
Mfectttft&eeas aad Prwantation Books,
I.lrTTIR AM) POCKET
Maps of the Hawaiian Islands !
letter and Note Papers,
Wa te af tM. eamcMrtftk sa44Mrk, eaired
tMi4w ar Mh Cl, N. Y J to be hid
Fresh Goods, Novelties
and Xerr Books
OaaMaatlrseafat far sad a44edtilBeT(ppetr.
gfetal ear tamritt reaif ly each mill. MT
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THE "BIC COLLAR"
CORXZiK KIMi AND FORT STREETS.
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER!
IitjSigli! find Jsaat. Buggy Httrnetf,
OoKCard ami Mule llnrntu
Pitntalam Hornets f ttK rrU,
RHitflBritlfet, StJdkf, Whipt
CmnyeomJk. Brmlttt, StMk ChUt,
Aad tvnjr ?eocAr fer Stabte ute atj
BED EOGK PfilCES FOR CASH.
V &siiffiag af mrj 4ecripUoa doac In the bet
miflMt aMaaer. vita the bed Biterialt, at Iovc
111 Work Gnaranlrrd or Exdiangfd"
LOOK rug TUB Bl COLLABI C6S
Nos. VC and IS Hotel Street,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board by the Day, Week or Transient
Soda "Water and other Iced Drinks.
Heals Served in First-Class Style
AT ALL HO CHS.
HEKRY J. HART. 86g 0 ELLIS A. HABT.
SEIBERTS AUTOMATIC STEAM
FOB SALE BT THE
HONOLULU IEON WOEKS CO
TU Hte aMcratat U the crHadrr ecstuatrr sad
jxttntlj. SsfiuleollUiuedUixtanrliic of oil asd
wcarcqtaliofosxttaaetiUcoelmaTbcc&'ecled tn one
Put Size, $45. Half Pint Size, $30.
STEIS AKDWATE8 PIPE.
TT voeH ctH Ue aagation of thov FXi
154,000 Feet On Hand!
Gslwcized Wsur Ftpc i, ta 3 ia. diaacur.
3F Ik ikn at FrlttS.
TXX XOXOLULUISOV W0JUCS 0QMPT
, , -.-, t .
mass of Itnsstan discontent v. ithont bcitig im-
v.v - 'T. ZZj,,.. . "" "f""!
Importers and Dealers in
BUILDING IMTEnlALS !
or ALL UIMIS.
URGEAND WELL-SELECTED CARGOES
ALL 2 HE USUAL S70CK SIZES
TIMBER. PLAHK. BOARDS.
fENCIKO AND PICKETS
1LSO. OIV HAlN'l)
A Host Complete Stock of
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF WALL PAPER
BOLTS. SCREWS. Etc
Scantling; PUnV, surface and roDgh
Boards, snrfaced and rough ; Battens, .
Pickets, Rustic, Lattice, ClajiWrd.
AISO, J HflB,
Paint and Whitewash Brushes,
METALLIC AND OTHER PAIKTS!
DOORS SASH BLINDS
Of Eastern and California Mako.
FOR SILGUT QBM1TIES to sriT
Contractor and Builder.
tBBBBBH JbtAbK ABMBTBTaii BTBtJ BTBH I
!aBBBH"lBflL' SK&lBm BBH Hi '
Healileuce, o. 23 Alabrm Strrel.
EitimatM f arnlthrf at itort noUct and wort. icer la
the btlauaner gjj
AETESIAN WELL TUBES,
The Honolulu Iron Works
Is cow prepared to
HTREISHPRICES AHD SHOW SAMPLES
OFTtlK ABOVE FROX
JSTatiojial Tube "Works Co's Works,
AsdtaraikceaatraeUtodenTtTtlta Jarre r nniJJ
HamtltlCTlo tMcity. an aj tr
4 rcix, 1.1SE ev amacKxiEx at
JES. EOLLES Jt Ca'a 1
EST MODUS IN 1IEBC8.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1681.
The Heroines of Klhllixm.
Tlio weight of a woman's brain in Slavonic
race, is greater than lliat of a man's. Among
the Germanic peoples the brain weight of the
srxes is equal, ami in the Latin nations tlio
brain of the man is heavier than that of the
woman. Qnantity docs not necessarily imply
quality, but in this catc, worth follows weight.
"For "intelligence and resolution," says M.
Atiatole tho most recent and
the most fascinating of writers on Kussia, and
tlio Russians, "as well as for education, and
the rani: she holds in the family, the Russian
woman is already tlio equal of the man.
Among the Slav men is often mobilo. flexible,
ductile- and impressionable to an excess, but,
as if in compensation, woman, ;n mind and
character, possesses so much strength, energy
in one word, virility that without losing
either her grace or her charm ebe exercises
often a singular and irresistable as cendency."
This ascendency, frequently remarked in diplomacy,
is not lees remarkable in the revolutionary
movement which at the moment 6 rip-plies
many of the youth of Russia with a terrible
substitute for religion, which is
extinguished in the Orthodox Church bel
tieitth tho superincumbent load of ritual, formality
and officialism. No one can have paid
even the most cursory attention to the
"'s crnmtial processes which slieil a my of
prrsscd by tl.e iiromineiil part played by
men in tlie work of revolution.
Sophio Hardin, of Tomboff, a yoang lady of
noblo birtli, tras thr first to famili.irizo tlio
public with tlio spectacle of a Russian revolutionary
lieroine. Slio had but finislied her
studies and passed her final examinations n hen
she had decided to dedicate her lifo to the service
of "her brothers." At eighteen ... years nf i
nse slie ucnt to .unci io stuiiy me lauor :
nuestion in Snitzerland and in Germany, and I
to sit at the feet of Itakutiin, "the apostle of
universal destruction" -and tho prophet of
uroarchy. She soon returned to Russia confirmed
in the faith as to the necessity for
society, and resolved to lose no tirao
in setting to work. She assumed the name of
a soldier's wido, and began to work nt daily
wages in a factory, the belter to le able to
carry out the work of prosclylisni among llic
disinherited of the world. The self-devotion
and elf.sacrificinf; enthusiasm which led n
woman reared in the midst of luxury, and educated
as Itiibsian women only nru educated
to don the coarse garments of the factory and
rpend her life among tlio illiterate vulgar, not
from any belief in a divine command, but
bolely from "love for the otherH," are by no
meins unfamiliar in Itussia. Sophie Dunlin,
or rather tho twenty-two year old widow
was not long permitted to conduct her
propaganda in pcaco. A year after hcrdescent
among tlio workers slio wns arrested. Tho
authorities took two years to prepare hern
and she was not tried bctore ilio spring
of 1677. She conducted her own defence, and
surprised everyone by the courage and passion
with which she pleaded her cause. Thousand
of copies of her address wero sold in St. Petersburg,
and the fate of the eloquent speaker
gave force and emphasis to her closing words:
"Tlio association will avenge me, and its vengeance
will be terrible. Let your li.ingnioti
and judges massacre ard destroy us now, during
the short timo that foieo is still on your
side. We set against you our moral might,
and that will triumph. Progress, Liberty and
Equality light for us, and through theso ideas
no iKnunet can thrust" Her eloquence
availed not, and Sophie Dsrdin was sent to
labor in the Siberian mines for nine years a
dreary expiation for one y ear's propagandism
of revolutionary doctrine.
Sophie Hardin is in Siberia; Vera
is in exile; Sophie PeruiTski is dead.
But although the three leading actors in the
tragic drama are thus accounted for, there aro
many others whose liauies appearand re-appear
in the blood stained annals ot Russian
sedition. Of theso we catch but passing
glimpses, some ot wtncii, it must bo aitmitteit,
are by no means calculated to attract. Olg
Itassoffski, who sent a bullet through tlio
head of a police-sergeant; Anna Makharevna,
who fled with a passjiort forged by two other
revolutionary women from tho punishment duo
fur her share in the vitriolizuiioii of the spy
Onronovitch ; and Achrlstoff, the
ear-old priest's daughter who made lovo to
the detective Lavrcffki, in order to betray
him into the hands of the Nihilists, who cut
off his ears and sliced off his no6e, aro among
those who, ruthless ns destroying angels,
keep up the Red Terror in Rug.su. Of others,
such as the daughter of
who was arrested at Kieff, of Vera
Larissa Sarudneff, and Olgu Shiiiuski,
little mere is know-n than their names and
their fate. The case nf Jnde Kraknffski, tho
daughter of a university official of Kieff, w ho
was remotely implicated in the afliiir of
in IS77, and brought to memory tl.u
other da by the coiifinution of her sentence
of banishment to Siberia for the heinous
offence of having destrmed compromising
ns tiers instead of handinz them over to tho
police, and of being in posiession of the
"Story of a Peasant," by MM.
and Chatrian "She was only twenty
years old, but all Kieff," sas her admirer,
who predicts that ere long her statue will rife
upon the site of the furlress of her native city,
"knew her charming smilp, and the immense
treasure of her charity toward the poor."
Still more remarkable was the case of Victoria
Gnu!; off ski, daughter of a medical dispenser
nf Odessa, who, on hearing that the Nihilist
Kovalsky had been sentenced to death, created
a riot in which two persons were killed
by the 6oldicrs, led a mob of red-bloused men
thrpngh tho public streets, and addrcsad
them with revolutionary eloquence from a
stand in the middlo of the boulevards. Site
was arrested; hut was rescued by tho crowd,
and made her escape, only to be arrested
apain the fi llnwing month and sentenced to
Siberia for life. This week, however, the
news reaches us that ,she has terminated her
misery by suicide.
A Model Indian Speech.
It is not exactly modeled after the epeechof
the celebntitd Wringo Chief Logan, which
Jefferson has immortalized fur the school boys.
But, then, the Wnshlnjton CajnUil is not
history, and Donn Piatt is not Jefferson, So
here is the great and only Logan:
On Monday uext, the satno being to-morrow,
a large conclave ft Indian chiefs will be held
at the Inferior Detriment. They come to
have a friendly pow-wow aver the question of
changing tneir retervation. ihrougti I lie
courtesy of Standing Bear's privato secretary "
(he Co ilnl lias licen lavoTcd niih the speech
that celebrated Sioux chieftain will deliver on
the occasion, and which will be submitted in
manuscript to Secretary Kirkwnud. Tho
reader wiil observe that Dear speaks
as if he as addressing his own people nt home.
This is an idinsyncrasy of the Indian character.
He says :
Gentlemen of the conference, warriors and
palo faced snooks from the land of the rising
sun: My people aro ctrdially invited by the
white father to nick nti their furniture and su
L West to grow op with the country.
o arc asKeu ! leavo onr lands and lakoup
some claims in another locality under the
desert land act.
The white father tells his children to scoot.
He says he needs these lands in his business,
and asks the red man to gather his papooses Of
and take a little excursion into a strange land.
The -white mn knows thai when he speaks
we must obey his voice. He has the regular
army and another man to enforce bis commands.
We accept the situation. The bones of our
ancestors are here, Ucre are our homes.
llere arc the spirits of our dead. We have
handed in our remonstrance, but it won't
In a fc moons we most turn our backs upon A
these hilhr&d valleys, and go to oar new
Whito men, with tttcjr pale sqnaws and
topouses, jll build their
wigwan.8 here- The prospectors, will come
nere ana dig boles into the eaith, anathe far.
ruer will' plant liis crooked-neck cqaaS)
abore tire asbc of rov oeonle. ftiand
TVTiea tbe vLito father aurU the music wo
waltz to it.
We bare been isted in irrimle tTrn mmlm
bcrtj aod toe com like white mn. OuriwiJru
aro Yery beavv, and we cannot promote the
string bean. We will do what is right, but
we cannot work. Tlio Indian cannot hunt tho
potato bug when the deer and antelope are
ripe. We cannot dig post holes in the hot sun
when the chase calls upon him to go forth into
Here, where we have roamed through the
tall grasi and hunted the tho pale face
asks us to dig irrigation ditches and plow the
green earth w ith u rebellions mule.
Here, when onr war cry hat been answered
back by the giant hills, we aro told to.whack
bulls and join the church.
They con.o to tn and tell us to goto school
wear pants. They ask us to learn the language
of the palo face, and go to Congress
They send men to tis who want as to learn to
spell and wear suspenders.
We cannot do this. We are used to tho
ways of our people. Our customs are as old
as the universe. We scratch cur backs against
the mountain pine as my iicoplo did a thousand
years ago. We cannot change. We can leave
our land, but we cannot change our socks
every spring and do as the white man does.
We can go away from our horqes and live in
a strange laud, but we cannot wear open back
shirts and lead in paayer.
Warriors, we will go to the land our white
father has given us. We will take onr squaws
and our yellcr dogs, our wigwams and our
We will go to our new home beyond the
river now, and when tho autumn comes we
will take a bridal tour back to this country.
Wo will construct a holocaust, whatever
that is, and spatter the intellectual faculties
of tho ranchers all over the conntry.
That is all. I am done. I have made my
remarks. I have twittered my twit.
ShicJ. in his Shclvs oflhelris'i Bar. relates
how a Claro jury of old, in a case of
felonious gallantry, acquitted tho prisoner of
the capital charge, but found htm guilty of "a
This is nothing to tho verdict ol a Welsh
iurv: .. "Not cuillv ; ..- but we recommend him
not to do it again.
It is also related that an English jury, not
very bright, having before them a prisoner
charged with burglary, and being unwilling to
convict him capitally, and at no personal violence
accompanied the robbery gave tho safo
verdict: "Guilty of getting- out of the
Hut tho mot orignnl was that of an Irish
jury before whom a prisoner pleaded "guilty,"
throwing himself on the mercy of the court.
Tho verdict was " Not Guilty' The judge,
in surprise cxclaiiuci : " Why, ho has confessed
his crime 1" The foreman responded : "Oh,
my Lord, you do not know that fellow, but
ucdu. lie is the most notorious liar in tho
whole country, and no twelve men who know
h's character can believe a word ho says." So
tho prisuncr escaped, as tho jury adhered
Of the vprdicls in the Urited States wo may
mention the following, but will not vouch fo'r
tlicir actuality. However, they are funny,
even it they should not be true:
A Rhode Island jury was five days debating
on n hog caso involving seven dollars, and then
camo in, found the hog not guilty, and recom
mended both plaintiff and defendant to tho
nf l,c court.
A Pekin III., corner's jury rendered a very
singular verdict that a man whoso body was
found in tho river, came to his death by a blow
on the head, "which was given cither beforo
or after drowning."
And this rather doubtful one:
" Jury," said a Western judge, "you kin go
out and liud a verdict. If 3011 can't find out)
of your own, get tho one tlio last jury used."
Tho jury returned u verdict of "Suicide in the
An Indiana jury recently returned a written
verdict of " Blode In peces hi tho biler bustin."
W. DE FRIES,
WILL ATTPN'D TO ALL
SICK OR INJURED HORSES & CATTLE.
Office and Stalls at Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
Orders left at fl. Vt'rrt't Shoeing Shop
trill lie atfended to.
ncrrni dt rzruussinx to
C. T. Gnllck. II. J. As-new l". A. Harmlen, V. Opfe rjell,
Lenrra Cooke, Ikn. Simon Kaal, Goo. P. Cant-, II.
SfAII orders from the other IfbnJ? promptly attended
to. Hl a tn
J. & C.LANE'S
MA KB LIS WORKS,
BETHEL STItUUT, EAIt KI.MJ.
MANOFACTORERS OF MONUMENTS
Tablets, Marble Mantels,
Tiling in Black and White Marble.
MARBLE WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
itAUE TO OltDER
AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE BATES.
Xoiifinaetiln aurl IlendKloues Cleaned ami
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to.
HAATNO MADE EXTENSIVE
additions to their Fire-Proof Store, and baTin;?
received (lotala by many late arrivals from different
parts of the world. 03ld
CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION
TO THEIR SPLENDID
Two cir loadi of nrhlchjure Uldjrbeen recetTcd from
Moilne Plow Co., andcotn prist
Ko. 5, 6, 7. 8, 3, 10, 11, IJ, and II.
ttat.t. FURROW PLO"WS,
Hall Furrow Plows,
Stoel Side Hill Plows,
Koa. S. 12 and H. and the 1 1 Inch
The hundred of ihe bore Plows now In cte la All
p&rts of the It lands will U1f for tbnnttlrra at Vi
ihelr pood qualities. New A grid.!, aril Ware Koo?i r
32x41, King bittti addUloc)
STOVES AND RANGES
all sixes and many fciada. Ittely recelred and on exhibition
Hew Stove Room on King Street,
Including the I Ila; liar Slate. Pattern Coot Model
Cook. Lily Bale, TJaexeLTeleerai ph. Sample Cook,
Crowa. Soaihrrn Bell. Pilot and Alincda Stores. Also.
New Empress and Union IUnrt of all Paciflc
Cabooses, from No. o to No. C; Fame ' Boilers, Flat-iron
Htalrrs. Parlor Franklins and Coal Oil Morrj. all
sizes. (Store Castings and Eire Bricks constantly on
ALSO IN STOCK
GOOD SUPPLY OF OILS !
Downer's sad Noonday,
Lard OH In barTelsand cases.
Cylinder Oil la barrels ad case.
Labrlcarlni OIL. la barrels sod cases,
Castor Oil In barrels and cases.
Neat's Pool OH in barrep. and cases,
Babbock's Palc,Eolled a,ad Eaw Oil la barrels and
Besides all the lteni abore menUoaed. f hare on
a mj fall stock and assortment of all Goods that to
wvarc aeaii la, ana auajr new uua:a ectct kepi
B.O HALL SON.
' m rerSaJcby BOliEastCa
HOLLISTER & GO.
BEU LEAVE TO
INFORM THE PUBLIC
That they hare moved Into their
KEW ASD COMMODIOUS STORE,
In the Fire rroof BslUtasl
NO. 59 NUTTANTJ STREET,
Thredocrs below thtlr old itand. where may be fouad
the most complete tswrtment ef
Drugs, Chem'cals & Toilet Articles
ix the crrr.
Amonc a few of their Specialties may be found a Fait
The Crown Goods
Perfumes. Soaps, Cosmetics,
AND TOE CELEBRATED
Opaline Face Powder.
There Good retired th hlhett award at the Uts
Sjdaey Exhibition onr all other competitor!.
A LAB GE ASS0RTME231
OF JOHN GOSHELL'3
Hair and Tooth Brushes,
Camcllinc for the Complexion and Teeth,
LUBIN'S AND PliMAUD'S
Soaps Cosmetics and Face Powder,
Eipeclilly adipted to this climate.
A Full Line ol
.Humphrey's Homeopathic Specifics,
Carbolic Acid tad Chloride of Llrae, for dUlnfect
Agents for P. lorillard & Co's Celebrated
Tobaccos, and Drawing Boom
Tobacco and Cigarettes,
Buchanan & Lylo's Tobaccos,
Which wc hare lately Introduced here, and which la
rapidly crowing Into favor and demand.
WIH. S. KIU1BALL S CO'S VANITY FAIR
TOBACCO AND CIOAKETTES,
Which are ao well known all ore r the world ai to need
no comment from uf.
Goodwin & Co's Old Judge
TOn.VCCO AND CIQAItETTES
ALWAYS IN DEMAND !
Amu: our One It&ndml brand of CIQAIiS, w
would call especial attention to the
The Favorite Eed Brand, Pedro Marias,
The Fragrant Stump.
They also continue to manufacture
Soda Wator ip all its Branches
Together with their
RECEIVED THIS Dii.Y
EX BAKK KAT.AKATJA.
Iv Oat. California Barley, California Ground Barley,
California Vein. California "heat. California L'ran.
Alt fresh and in cood order, and for sale ion by
T1 OLDEST MATi: KXTR.V r.JIII.V.
"OT Uolden Gale Bakers' Extra,
Ex bark Kalaluna, for file by UOLLK3 .t CO.
GltOCKKIKS IX " KAI.AKAUA."
A- Jir.Itllll.I.'.H Vrmt 1'iinder,
PIIKSTOX Tea, English Breakfast Tea,
Crashed Sugar, tiranulaled Sngur, Ctbe bnrar.
For Sale by UOLLES CO.
rtniK. nxritA mks.h m:i:r i.
barrels. Extra Family Beef In half barrels. Extra
Pie Tort la '1. i and !, barrels. Butter in 3) lb krgt
and 4 lb glass Jars; IlauiH and Dacon (extra nice). Lard,
for sale by buLLEs & Co.
mvr.uM vijni.v in 11 vnnr.u
and half barrels, Canned Salmon J and3 lb Una.
I10LI.E8 Jt CO.
PAINTS AND OILS. -ATLANTIC
Lead, UnbbQck'eLead. Ilnbbacs's ZlUe,
Verdigris, lilnrfc I'aint. Chrome Ureen,
Chrome Yellow. Pari tireen, and a
Full assortment of Fancy I'aint. v
For sale by BOLLE3 Co.
HEMP CORDAGE AND HOLT HOJ'E.
. A.ssortTJij:.T or sizes i'iiiui 2,1.3
Inch to 8 Inch. Also. Spanyarn, SeJxfnjr, Ratlin,
jionseiinc, jiarune, JkOanaiu;, cc.
i HI!) BQLLES A CO.
BOILED UNSEED I'AINT OIL.
Rjm. Linseed i'aint Oil. Warranted Ihe pure Article
Lard Oil, for Lubricating:. Ca.es of Hplrll Turpentine.
Atlantic Lead. In packagra of I lb, and
upwards or M lbs. I'aint Ilrushas In great
Taricty. All of which will be sold at I'rleea by
W tf DULLES Jt CO.
A larje assortment of Fruits, Meats. Flib,
Lobsters. Clams, Oysters, bhrlnips, .se..
st recelred, and for tale by bOLLES 6 Co.
KOMI: VERY TISK HA31VLEH,
kJ Ex Kalakaaa, for sale by liOLLES it CO.
March 19, lent. a 23
FTJI.1. AHSIsltTJIEMr OF SIZES moil
six thread to five Inch.
818 HOLLES A CO.
Received by the - City of Sydney.'1 For aale by
BOLLES A Co.
BLOCKS AND 31 AST HOOPS.
FATK.VT niosr STRiiaiEn ni.ucus
MeUlllelron Mrapped Blocks, patent Bnshine
t'lain unanin, a inn assortment 01 sizes.
Sl9 BOLLES & CO.
im i. iMiiJi, o a inio
EpAiniuxiis" In Jars and Kejs. Coeese. Case
Assorted Table Prnits, Canard Meats, Jan and Jellies
Honey in Glass. Pickles Kt-s or Pickle., VetUbles
Kess ef Pig Pork for family nsc, Bats of Toffee, 'lefts
and i addles of Finest Tea, Sardines tn n.r and hf boxes,
ermicelll, Maocaront, CTackcrs in variety. coW 8aatt
Ke Su?ar. BOLLES & CO.
"VATS. BAUIaEY, BHAJf, CORX,
V Who cat and Hay. per " I,, u. and W. 11
ror saie oy wi.ua s. to
BY THE LATEST AEEIVALS
S'UOM HA.- FnA.VC'tKCU
HAVE ItECEIVED A L.VJIGE
addition to onr former stock of Chip Chandlery
Ship Stores, Prorislons, Ac, Ac., which sires as ta
Greatest Assortment of Goods
Kept on these Islands, all ef which will be sold at the
Lowest JIarkel Prices, as nsnal. Oar friends and the
public generally are respectfully lntlird to examine
3 BlS BOLLES CO
PerCity of Sydney.
1 00 BAGS FIRST QU AIslTV POTA-
1 toes, Bisrs SllTTsila Onions
California Dairy Butter, la 3) lbs krjs, and i lbs
Glass Jars, put np Expresslf for our Trade.
Eastern Codfish, rtoneless C,dfieb. Eastern ihatM,
Eastern Bacon. Comet English Ilrrafcfsat Tea.
la 5 lb boxes. Comet Ooloej; Tea, i lb boxes,
Salmon. Pilot Bread, Crackers, aul Cake, Median
Bread In Casea
SCHOGL OF COOKERY RESTAURANT,
Between Jlerchint and Queen Streets, Ilonnlula.
ITtllH r.M.ABfnJlET OFTI1IH IIOIKE
. alterations and additions betas complete. I bava
srten rooms, newly furnished, to lee Bath Boost with
shower and all modera ImproTemeats.
Celestials cmolored ia tall notue. All
tie cxmrenlcBCies of a First Class lloul.
UeaOa stt JLO. Hcmrs Is tho Sestaoraat.
BrtakfsstCtoBp.ro. Dinner C to 3 p. m. Sapper!
7 p. a. Board $109 per week. Klnzlc ilealsSjcnils.
Board and Bestdeoca ft 03 per week, br the diiy or
month, aj per atcacnt. Aexaowledftd trr all
The Best Cookls In HoBolnln, Bar Xim
iJBBIVAL OF THE CHESHIRE
mention erbnytri to their
STOCK OF NFW GOODS
J l ST ltECUVLD.
Ex "Cheshire," "Zoo," "Ka!o"
ASD OTIIEIt LATE AnBITALS,
tVhlea they offer tn lots to snlt. at tho Lowest Varitt
Kates. WELL SELECTED additions hare
been made to their Hat ot
Plantation Tools and Supplier,
(A Sue assortment of Locks by Bait from N T).
TOOLS AND SUPPLIES
Bfoclsmilhs, CarpenitT, Gibin'l Maker, Vp-
holslfrrf, iladiinisU, SudL'ert and
Harness Malirt, PainUrt.
House Furnishing Goods,
SILVER PLATED WARE,
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Lamps. Lanterns. Carriage Lamps,
Lamp Fittinzi, Wlcklnr, Chimneys, etc
KEROSENE OIL, IBO TEST,
Of the Be.it Brwils).
PAINTS. OH,. TURPENTINE. PUTTY,
VALENTINE'S celebrated Vamlahea.
Brushes In erery Taricty and tor all purpose;.
ONE SUPERIOR WOOD TURNING LATHE
Stocks and Dies of latest Improved patterns,
Douglas Standand Suction Pnmpi,
Hay and Fodder Cnttert, Empire Portable Forjes,
rutform and Coanter cales.
Spi Idj Balances, a to DOU pounds.
Cut and Wrought Nails, Boat Kails, Tacks,
Horse and Mole Shoes,
"Ulobe" and I'utnan Horse Nails,
Horse and Mule llamrt, Whiffieticct, i
Cnrbollzcd and Standard Hoso, 8 and 4 ply,
Hose Couplings, Hose Pipe. Lawn Sprinklers.
" Philadelphia" and President" Lawn Mowers,
Breoms. Step Ladders, to VI fret,
"Enrtla" and UntTcnal" Clothes Wrlngrrs,
Galvanized Buckets, Tubs and Basins,
Sailor Tans. Saucepans. Fry Pans. Bat Traps,
Charrual. Shield and Tailors Iroas,Ssd Irons,
Tinned Iron Snoous and Forks.
Silver Steel Spoons and Forks,
Chunpsrne Cnrkscuws, ColTee Mills,
Bestoo Card and California Matches,
Toilet and Laundry Soap.
Queen,' Crown," "Palace." "Sideboard," "Zero"
und Hjjtknlc Water Fillers and Coolers,
Ice Cream Frteaers,
(Inns, dim Xlpples and XlppleKcjs, Powder,
Shot and Caps,
Plows ! Plows ! Plows !
All sixes made to order, extra strung, by thi Mdllne
Plow Co , suitable for .u;ar and Rice Plantations,
flrnb Breakers, Boston Clipper.
Tarla lmprTrd Steel Plows, Gilpin Snlkey Plows,
OX CHAINS, OX YOKES. OX BOWS,
Topsail Chains, Trace Chains. Swire Is.
renceWIre, Itarbed WUr (Tainted and GaUanlstJ),
uiinniiru snii macK staples.
Fence Wire Stretchers,
Suporior Hemp Packing,
Jute and Cotton Twine, Bassln; Twine,
Shovels, Spades & Scoops,
Extra iiujllty, made to order.
Hoej "Crescent" Bice. Cane and Garden,
Superfine Sash Cord,
Wire Sash Cord, Sash Wdchts,
Blacksmiths' and Hand Bellows
Peter Wright's Anrils, 1U0 to CM pounds.
Vises Hand and Bench, Canlllnz Irons,
Carriage and Cart Axles and Sprlnfis.
Tnyere Irons. Machine. Carriage and Tire Bolts,
Bolt Ends. Nuts and Washers,
Best English and American File.
Cordage Manila and Sisal, from 1-2 in. up.
Leather Belling and Belt Laclnir",
Pure Lubrleatlns; Oils and Compounds,
Lubricating Cups of mosLapprored patterns,
Standard Axle Crease, Ulue. &o. xbm ie.
Tlio Bain Wnjrori,
Tlio D.ivin Iron Wncon,
llalliilie'ii Bnrbetl Wire,
Albany Lnlirionting Compound.
Ilalli.lie's Patent Wire Hope,
Averill's Mixed Pninls,
Albany Cylinder Oil,
Continental Oil mid Transportation Co..
Calirurnia Wire Work.
DILLINOITAM 4 CO,
10 36 Fort Street. Honolulu.
The tTvnnnsiotEn nr.vH to ixron.n
hts Customers and the Public generally that
HE HAS REMOVED
niS BUSINESS TO TUB
Shops on Queen Street
ADJOINING II. IIACKFELD Jt CO..
Where he Is prepared to
Manufacture All Kinds
and Cane Damp Carts
Also. tOyattend to
I shall also keep a
Full and Complete Stock
HI MS, AXLES,
Paints, Taralabea. Beaatd Bar Iron.
Norway aid Sweden Iron.
WHICH I WLLL OFFER
Bed. Rook. Prices!
aUOROaS FILLED WITH PM?Tn'gIa 3 DISPATCH,
Thankfa the Pablle for past Patronace, I hope bra
SSSSi&SEl ?"' aT
s n c. WEST.
PEI?SO"S "WlSllTNG TO HATE
views of lotucs or sb j oat dVwr pBetogrsay 4ase,
FienpoBEti xjt 8tyive
Br Sfly(e to iifuOttOgtti. at lo7vtt street
Hla),Jajt.,if. (SQ H.L. CHASE
THEfl. H. DAVIES
or the BHxnsn
JUST TO TT?.ISJX,
(In W9 days, same run a last year mi and fjrjea
oUrr recent fhlpmeat. Ihe rotiewtrj;,
DRY GOODS AND CL01HIM0
FrinU of latest rtylcs, fast colors;
lllue DentRH, Whilu Crodoti Sliertfs,
llorrtttk'si Longr t'lotlis. Bnwn Lieem
Brill, Pure Linens, Mtileakie,
Blue ami Wiilo Check ListJ.
Fuiicy Dress Qoedr, Fnry PraWr
litisshi Crasb, Scarfs, Tier CrmvaU,
Crochets and Fancy Work,
Toweling and Towels,
JIuh'k White ami llmnrn Celten
Ladies' Hose, )Ien's Ctotliiny, faH
tions nnd Into styles;
India Rubber Coat a ami Capes,
Regatta ami Woolen Shirts,
Blue ami Qrejr Herse llla&kefi,
While Cotton Blankets,
Woolen Blankets, all aizes ami wejg&ts;
Wtsnlf it ami CaHtofi Flaneela,
Tapeelry Mats, Velvei Pile SsA.Carprt,
Hats ami Hugs, all sixes.
In C, T, S and 9 ft; leacths m nV Stmt
asxl Waihsss to mats.
Flain Oalvanized Iran in 8 ft. lewgths, J2 aa4
Fcnee Wire, Xes. 5, 6, 7, and fitoplen,
Railroad Iron with Fish Plates,
Mt sail Spfltes conpeete.
Fire Bricks, rortland Cement. Fire
Galvanized BneVels, Tnbo. Basins, &.,
Best LiTertwoI Slt, Best Whltiwg,
Creckerr, Iron Bedsteads,
Powell Dufiryii Steam Coal
Worcestershire Sanee, Orweries,
ZINCS. PAINTS aJTD BOItED OILS.
Enpllsh Leather Belling, from 3 te 10 h,
Topsail Sheet Chains, "ArlminHy Tst;w
Slies I--I, 3-S, 1.2,
Hawaiian and American Ensigns,
WINES AND LIQUORS,
" Pig Brand" Stoat, in pint and rjaarts;
Bhwicl & Wsdfo's AJe, pfhts antLrtestto:
Finest IskIIr Pal Ales, 044 Ttaf
Itennessy's Brrrnly in cases,
Bmndies in bulk.
Case Scotch ami Irish Wktskies,
Clarets, Sherries, &., &ei.
Sngnr Bags, Coal Bags, Bice Bag,
Twines, Heay ami Lfcht Burlaps,
Oil Cloths, Saddlery,
MOtKLEES. TATT &
Two 500-Gallon Evnporators,
Ac- Aw c
M9 THBO. H. BUVSJS.
WATEE PIPES !
PAirrirjs i. waxx or u ALT a SIZES
tipHi( M ly on from Iks aw XsJss, wfst s wist
to sire tbe uderUed a salt. W base
60,000 Feet of Galvanized
Oa band. Just Received ex AUterT aact
and eon or It at
THE LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGOBES
HOUSE PLUMBING MATE2ULS
.Earth Cloaeta, Cast Ires Srska,
EtMBieietl Cs. I,M Wiihaw,
Marble tups and Basfe for Waakssansb,
witlt Cnks ami CkaitM for sane,
IUao 1SIM. Cfcwlta,
Sewnr ami Sink Twj.it, BejS
KltehtM SUrp Skik, Smh
LIeht Cat iren Sort PIpe,t,3 & 4 iaefc.
All Work In the Above Line
UNCLE SAM RANGE,
Opera, May, Quartette mi Ting M
Tasether aha tb
Cotton Plant, Sunny Souths
Kagna Charts, Osceata,
Demand, Bnck's and
Charter Oak SteTea.
3Dl'EKIOR FRENCH RANGES,
Tit Frfrals rsmtSes. t Hta.
Ships and SeKooners' Caixmse,
LaHtvJrj Steves, ETeraa Stercs
ANYTHING IN THE ABOVE LINE?
o ok xrjis TO
jxr o "3? T"ei,
.B -Ib ersVtlfljSieTes & , m 4 tm-to
!? sWrfeba ( m, sea-state am,m4
Ilooolala. Jnisets. ms. MS
fiel yeir fmim Tmei
S0V3. OKDESS AT
wmjut fc mfmmm.