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Hawaiian Gazette Supplement, Dec. 6, 188
Pro Bono Pnblico.
HOUTJaY OOOW AMI TOTJ2LE TO OCT TOEtf.
The nearness of th holiday season is mado patent
to the most casual obscirer that walks the
public TbeGuxrtz advertisers b&Teaaa pen-era!
role already placed their stocks in detail before
the public through the columns of the paper,
and the greater number hare also&Tailed them-et
Ina of the opportunities offered in their rations
Cosiness places to put on the shelves and in the
windows ol tbzir establishments, special lines ot
holiday goods, both useful and ornamental, for
the inspection of expected patrons, and to assist
in solrlnc the difficult question, " what will I buy
for a present? "
Horsrxrrrrxo goods rurai waie un cctlest.
Messrs. Dillingham & Co., Castle i Cooke, and
E.O. Hall& Son present for inspection at their
places of business, beantifnl lines of silver plated
Tare, from the most celebrated eastern factories,
imported expressly with a Ticw to suit purchasers
wnoueaire tue latest ucsicns anuoest goousat
lowest rates. These same asms hare also extensive
assortments of goods and
cutlerv, Mr. S. Kott, on Fort Street, and Mr. J.
Nott, on Kaahnmann Street, are prepared to for-
susu tu uie uecCTKsaxj wiuutiies ut cuojuiik una
kitchen utensils, from a foil sized cooking range,
to the most diminntiro tea strainer and any specialties
which may not be f omul at either ot these
establishments, may be obtained by aviiattollr.
E. Kistler's on Hotel Street.
CUT GOODS AXD IDLmUT.
The old established firms of J. T. Wtlcrhouse,
an J It. F. Enters A Co., have each received per late
arrivals, full lines of drtss goods, which added to
the usually fall stock kept on hand, offer to intend-.
lug purchers of dress material, a good assortment
from which to obtain a suitable and sensible present
for their "sisters or their cousins or their
aunts." X large and varied assortment of shawls,
laces, etc, etc, may also bo found at cither of the
above firms, and in fancy goods Messrs. Ehlers &
Co. already announce their " Christmas auction
sales" to take place on the evenings of the 16th
and 23d ins ts. Mrs. W. H. WUkcnson offers to the
ladies, bargains in trimmed and mntrimmed hats
and bonnets, children's clothing and ladies' linen
suits. Mr. Chis. Fishel and Mr. A. M. Mellis display
on their counters clothing enitable for both
young and old. of various qualities and Taricd
prices, ana uesiaes nave at me disposal ox patrons
fall lines of dress goods, laces, etc, etc In the
line of millinery goods, Jim. Dans, at Mrs.
Miss mrich. at Mr. Fishers, and Miss
Sachs, at Mr. Mellis' would undoubtedly be pleased
to receive visits from fair customers desiring
ribbons, hats or bonnets, hairwork, etc
The California Furniture Co. Mr. C. K. Williams,
J. H. Bruns Jr., Hopp & Co. or Geo. F. Wells are
able and Milling to famish articles in furniture,
including parlor and bed room sets, sofas, lounges,
chairs, wntfngdesks,tab!osctcTheUisplays in the
spacious salesrooms of the California Furniture
Co, or of Mr. C E. Williams offer buyers an extensive
assortment both of style and manufacture
from which to choose, and if it were but a baby
carriage that was detdred, thcro is no doubt but
that our friend Wells or the junior representatives
of the house of Williams, would bo pleased to furnish
a first class article atn low rate, all for the
sake of the baby,
riser 18TXCU3, nxruuzirr, dooxs ami stationbt.
A UCo visit to thoOoabt of Mr. H. A. l'armalee
of Hollistfr and Co have enabled that firm to
place buforo the pnbUo a stock of fancy articles
selected especially for this market, and the beauty
and elegance of the dressing cases, toilet sots, perfume
bottles, combs, brushes, smokers' articles,
etc, etc, displayed, both in their Nuuanu and
Fort Street stores speak well for his taste and
judgment. Mr. T. G. Thrum at bis Fort Street
store has a splendid display of elegant bronzes,
vases, statuary, plaques etc a visit to, and inspection
of which, world well repay the lover of the
unique and aesthetic Mr. Thrum also displays
on his shelves on assortment of books, ranging
from the musical, melodies of Mother Goosd to the
more learned and prosaic " History of the Pyramids"
Messrs. J. M. Oat jr. A Co. on Merchant
street did have a very fine assoitment of albums,
Christinas cards and novelties which will hovever,
rmvn bm frreatlv lessened br the timo these lines
are read, uia uiui s customers oemg cariy in ine
field and showing by their purchases that the
ial Mmt" had succeeded in suitini? tuo publio
taste In his selections. Mr. J. W. llobertson
bound,!! on subjects which makotbem
nblo addition to any library: also a full line of the
latest and most fashionable styles of stationery.
Mr. G. F. Wells has on exhibition at bis music
wareruoms, pianos, organs, melodions and other
musical instruments, besides an elegant assortment
of pictures, frames, vases, etc etc
CUEIOS AKD OntCil. OOODS.
Among the most useful men in this city, and one
who most riertinacjously strives to hide his beaming
countenance from the publio gaze, is our old
friend from "Faderland." Mr. A. Kraft, the only
practical optician, we believe, in town. Mr. Kraft's
usefulness is roost apparent to those whose sight
has become affected, as, in the appliances of his
trade be seems to be a perfect master, and rarely
fails to suit customers desiring eye-glasses, spectacles,
or shooting-glasses. His stock of optical
goods being both large and carefully selected, we
advise those who desire to present the " old folks"
or obtain for themselves, eye-glasses of any description,
to give him a call. Curios from many
foreign countries, South Sea islands, etc, are alao
comprised in the stock in trade of Sir. Kraft, and
he considers it a pleasure to inform visitors regarding
the peculiar characteristics of that portion of
".bis stock Messrs. Halt Bros, on Nuuanu Street,
and on Hotel Street also offer to the " curio" hunter
a Urge Btock to cbooM from.
tux ns enrr otohe.
One of tho latest additions to the business places
ot Honolulu, and which has already established
itself in public favor, is the 10 cent store of Mr.
E.E. Bailey. This store is an offshoot of the head
establishment in Boston, of which Air. Bailey's
brother is the sole proprietor, and who invests
over 11,000,000 annually, in his various and extensive
purchases. In the establishment here, the
articles that tan be obtained for the sum of ten
cents are too numerous anu too vaneu tumeiiuoa,
and as a new stock has just been received, n visit
will well be worth the time taken.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWEL!!!.
Kb is usual, the jewellers of the city have laid in
a complete assortment of the most attractive styles
in cWras, pins, car-rings etc, and the factories
of the most approved watch and clock companies
in the w orld are represented in the stocks on hand.
Mr M.McInemey has just invoiced a lot af watches
of the American Watch Co, in gold and silver
oases, and which are guaranteed by him as the
cenuine article A good watch is a most suitable
and elegant present for a young or old friend and,
trVwoutd beinclined to be anybody's friend who
would present ns with one of the watches now on
viewatMcInemey's. Messrs. Brpclie. Spear, &
cvt. have their nsual large and well selected stock
of iewelry and silver ware, open to the uwpocUon
of customers and they as well as Messrs. Wenner
& Co, are at no trouble to show their Jjood .
Messrs. D. W. Clark, on Hotel Street, Wm. Turner,
on King Street, and Thos. Lindsay, on huuanu
Street, have all laid in on extra supply of watches
and clocks of various styles and patterns, and
amongst the stock 01 an, no mwnuv ra uyu
customer to please who cannot be regulated by
In boots and shoes, cnstoaiers will undoubtedly
find good stocks to select from at other Mr. M.
McIneVny's, Mr. Frank GerU's, Mr. Ch. Gcrtz's or
MTJ. A. Lyneh's, and it is tabu hoped that they
nil .n. if them bo left bootless. Cohfeclioncryis
offered in tie rfiaM of etc etc, byilr.
F. Horn. Mr. V. MOncrny and Hart Brort, and the
stock of Mr. Horn bong .Ent cx.u"t,J1T
for delivery io. Urge quantities : there is but .little
doubt that customers both great nnd small will
receive liberal allowances for the nsual 9mdp,v
ciio. Groceries of courso from a necessary adjunct
to the proper celebration of tho season of good
cheer, and we would adviso a call at Mr. May's,
Mr. Mclntyre's. Mr. in somewhere else to
jmrchaso a sufficient supply of good things for the J
festal season only sUUng.thaJ the best canned
rjoodf, best flour, sugar, nnd raisins way be obtained
at May's ; tho best sugar, raisins flour and
rrrt!r, f. A nrrTntvm's and the best flour.
canned goods, raisins, and sugar at Iievy's. The
Xedifiolorr. 655.000 r.nW?nTln,!
000: Maiiarhn.Msi Trrt.;ti 1
Boiton i Industrial Temporary HomcJ $
lioCiin. n. nnn. fAev f!tnrJf eJ
TIie office ol W.
oj lueruuui Bucy
auctions and anctionaers are also a part and parcel
of the information which the general public like to
oolain and as their services Trill be brought into
very prominent recognition the publio are informed
that two Richmond's being in the field the prospect
seem good towards having auction sales
""kumj uiuiiiuue wees prcceaing i&nstmas and
Jiew lean. Dates will shortly be fixed by Mr.
..W-U., ouu inua vo.
Enroll Giztm : Have the goodness to allow
me a little space in your valuable paper, to make
a few remarks on the two principal topics of the
I have been deputed by a number of loyal Ha
of foreign birth, to respectfully suggest to
jou, being the best representative of all nationali
ties living here that you will be kind enough to
keep ns posted, as regards the preparations being
mads for the Approaching celebration, the invitations
issued, and the number that have been
accepted; if you can give ns the names of those
invited, and also those who have accepted the
invitations, anu wnen iney may do expectea, you
will confer a boon on many who take an interest
in the matter.
There are cmita a number of Hawalians hers
of foreign birth, although many of them do not
occupy exalted positions. Still some of them have
influential relations abroad, and possibly some
of them may be interested. Feeling that we
should liko to do our best In making the corona-
lion n great success, we possiniy may oe 01 Borne
service to the powers that be, if we are kept well
posted, that we may be of some use in providing
entertainment for a portion of tho guests, and
thereby lessen somewhat the immense strain that
will be upon the sinews and means of the Government.
We have been largely induced to offer the
foregoing suggestions and assistance on account
of an article issued a week or bo aco in the P. C.
AdrcrtlKrvhich paper is believed to represent
the views ot trio rung ana government, 'jtne
articlo stated that there were manv lepers abroad
on this Group that could not be gathered into the
told because there was no tunas,
ltememberins the of t repeated assertions of the
Premier expressive of that great love for the
native, we tear tne uovernmeni may do maitcea
to foreeo the creat treat in store for ns. by divert
ing a portionJt not the whole of the money that will
be needed for the coronation, to the more plebeian
and much less attractive form of alleviating the
sufferings and distress of a portion of our much
Hence this offering of our assistance to the
Government in volunteering to entertain our relations
as they come along, if we have a little
notice when they are expected.
To carry out more fully the purport of the fore
going sentiment, we would ask you, very respect'
fully, to obtain from the foreign Uihce, week by
week, and publisff in your cosmopolitan journal,
the names of those who nave acoeptcutnc invitation,
and yon will confer a great favor.
. Yours. Ac,
As lUwimx or Foartos Bruin.
invite attention io their larycanil
vurictl stock of goods suitable for
They have just nceiretl new
and very compldcinvohcsoj SILVER-PLATED
the celebrated factories of the
Meriden Co. and IhcMiddlcloicn
Plate Co., in designs entirely new
to this market.
Their t,tock of 11 0 V ti
GOODS is very
romplctc and comprises many
Xovellies a large variety of ALCOHOL
STOVES, new pattern
in Lamps and Chandeliers ; a
jine selection of TABLE CUTLERY;
Feather Dusters for all
purposes; Brushes of all kinds;
superior House Brooms, Roys'
Tool Chests, etc., etc.
They make ItEROSENE 0TL
a specialty, and- arc preparetl io
supply the best oil in color and
test, in quantities to suit, upon
the most favorable terms.
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
XXO DE1LIB1 IX
llAKDWABE, AOniCCLTUEAI. IMPLEMENTS,
Faints, Oils, Varalthn, Etc,
Fort buret, Honolulu. ' I'll lm
Xoi. 70 and 7SIIotpl Street,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Hoard by tlieI)ay,1Vcck or Transient
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Soda Water and other Iced Drinks
Meals Served in First-Class Stylo
AT A LI. HOCUS.
HENRY J. HAM1, K5 3 ELLIS A. UAKT
STEAH AND VACUUM PUMPS
rtcrlvTd fcr .mr Terser, from oton,a rolia
rortmtsit "f thcM celebrated rnrnp. "which arc
tccd to be cheaper and better thin any other ntyle of and
j to the Vacuum Pump, trhlth If lert compll
calrd and more ecrricablc than other pomps.
ftSSm 13 If C BREWER 4 CO. will
iiineu wati auu
rrom ue weu aaown
O. Smith, on Merchant
ilnaca Taanery, J. V.
durinclho nicht. nrceus
vuicu uauueea iosuj
Io Tnnnery, r.S. Xjrman. ProprleUr.
1TTrT.V - V, ..
Sale at B. F. Ehlers
& Go's, on Saturday
16th and 23d, Mr. E.
P. Adams will sell
our Entire Stock of
Fancy Goods. B. F.
Ehlers & Co., Dry
Fort St., Honolulu.
DILLINGHAM & GO
BEG TO AKOUNCE THAT THEY
arc now opening; a Splendid AMorUntat of Goods
from New York and EssUad, to wMch they
larlle the attention of tnyen. Tic Goods hiving
occn ooiizni lor cub ti me ioweit prices nunc pre.
vlons to tne recent advance arc offered upon cxeptfon.
IlT favorable terms. Sjccltl attention is cilfcd to
THEIK EDLL LINES OF
AOKICULTUKAL IMPLEMENTS !
Made ...... upon the inzreillons of Snxir riinlera, hare
riv..iiui,u vj vuuicLcijt jaurs 10 DC lac
Strongest, Easiest Handled,
And most effective Brtiker eter Introduced into this
V FTOI IIHXS OF K0LINE PLOWS,
Furrow rioni. tcieul tires and styles;
Doable ind Slccle Shovel flow,,
tJnlwoU flows. llc sod Telegraph Hobs, c.
HtrroHB of dlflerent patterns, indndlax the Tinman
rttent Harrow, which has net with inch general
favor during the pretest season.
CULTIVATORS, HOUSE HOES, &c.
A Lir:e Aiaortmcnt.
Jx Volci, Ox ltows. Ox Chain.
1 htsmD Pntler. (ifnh )(nntf.nm.lhlni.n.ifl
Wctton's Differential Pulley Blocks. ""
Carriage Springs, Cart and Carriage Axles.
Fodder Citlere, Corn 31111a. Hominy Mill;.
Garden and Canal Barrows.
With Concord Alles-WOO to 6000 llii.
capacity on hand.
LUBRICATING OILS A SPECIALTY.
Albany Cylinder Oil, Compound and Cops.
In quantities to ault, of the favorite ELECTRIC brand.
KEROSENE OIL STOVES
In jreat practical and entirely new.
English and American Paints and Oils
Faint and Whitewath Brunei, Turpentine.
A FLXL LINE.
IluWr Oarden Hoae, Eureka CoUon Hoe
Beltlnr and Belt Lacln;,
Pumps aiid llydraolle Itame,
Powder, Shot and Calx,
"hc Lead, Babbitt llnil, sheet Zinc,
Boies Tic riate. Wire Cloth,
Dance Tana and Fry Fan.
Charcoal Irona, Wooden Ware.
SHELF HARDWARE OF ALL HINDS,
Tsola and Labor Savtnj Delicti.
ALAEGE VASIETY of SCALES
riiUorm Sdlf i, Donnmt Se&t,
tloton ticAles, Grocera and Better Scale
Famtlj Scales and Baliaces,
House Furnishing' Goods,
A Foil Line of Tinware. Ante Xroa Ware,
lec Cream Freezers from $1 DO npwarof,
Ilimmocla and Hammock Chairs,
Lamps, Chandeliers ts. Lanterns
Call andcxtmlne this stock before or after porthaxlof
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS.
ar Letters of Inquiry carefully and promptly answered.
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
5 Fort Street,
S. G. LEVEY & CO
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
VORT STltEET. Honolulu, 11. I.
Fresh (Iroccrtcv, and Pnnrlilons of all kinds on lunil,
rccclrcd reznlarly from Enropc and American
whlth will be sold at the loirrct maraet rates.
Goods dcliTcred 3d atl parts of the city free of charge.
rylianti orders solicited, and prompt attention
be ciTen to the same, St ly
Vptiolsletintr Done (e Order,
tS6 f3TCALLXH) ly
OFFER FOR SALE
The Following Merchandise jnst
Bark Oberon !
. AND TO AIUIIVE TEH .
STMR. HANSA a
NOW FULLY DUE:
Case;, C, 7, 8 and 0 feet, best English Corrugated
Roofing, Galvanized Eidgins for
Hbls. Beat English Portland Cement,
Bdls. best Annealed Fencins Wire, Nos. -1, 5,
Bdls. beat English Galvanized Fencing Wire
Kos. 5 and 6,
Coils Galraiiized Wire Hope, all sizes,
Balca Gennino Twilled,
(Of which there is a number of northleas
imitations in tba market). Wa are the Original
Importers and SOLE AGENTS ofthese
Celebrated Bags, ami the great demandt for
mem irom tuo planters nas induced some
manufacturers and their agents to get np
encap imitation ot mem.
A Fine Assort'mt. of Crockery!
A Splendid lot of English and French Groceries,
(particulars trill be ciren on arriral
of tho Steamship ' Hansa?' A1SO
A small invoice of beautiful Irish Linen Damask,
Sheetings, and Cambric Handkerchiefs,
direct from Belfast. Ireland.
A small invoico of choice WATER C0L0BS,
by Celebrated Artists.
Alto, to arrive by Vessel now loading at
A Cast-iron Vacuum Pan !
C feet in diam. by 7 feet deep.
1 Vacuum Pumping Engine, 14-inch Cylinder
3 Tanks, each 1,000 gallons
1 Wrought-Iron Chimney, 65 feet high, 37-in
diam., 1-8-inch thick.
1 Multitubular Boiler, 10 feet long, 0 feet in
diameter, with furaaco, front doors, etc.
4 30-inch Wcaton's Patent self-balancing Sus
pended Sngar.Curing Centrifugal Machines,
with the requisite independent
Iron Framing, Sngar Mixer
of 2,000 gallons capacity, with Stirrer.
Driving Gear &c.
1 High-Pressure Diagonal
Steam Engine !
0-inch Cylinder, 18-inch stroke, with
Governor, Fly-wheel 'and Belting for
4 Steam Clarjflers.
ALL PERSONS SEEKING EMPLOYMENT
AND Alili PARTIES EITHER lix
Ilonoio... at say of the Ialaada la tae Omf
In Want of Employees
-Will rjleaAe malt, lhelr mt Inivn tn lh HmAtw
Ijned, ho will do all la their poitcr to all their orders-
P. O. JONEH. tr.
3. IT. ATHBRTOK. Employment Connlttes
E. r. DILLINGHAM . Y.K.C.A. 57514 6a
OFFER FOR SALE
INVOICES OF NEW MOM
JUST HECErVED FEB
BARKS KALE, AND.IOLAKI,
Coaaiitisg In put of is folio 1 1
1 Large Asst. of Dry-Goods,
Denims. Brown and White Cottons,
Drills, Tickings, Turkey Ued, 4c,,
Merinos, black and color el, 4 ipalitits
Bspps, Coboorgs, Alpacas, Italian Clo&, sad
Fancy Prints, T enfv.Fhe New, Styles,
Printed Sattecns, Pom PUid.
Black and Colored Velvets,
Black, Grosgrain, Fancy, Colored and StripaJi
Barege, Crepe, At, .
Buckskins. Di Tweeds, Cords,
Serges, Silesias, Di uassiraeresvde.
. Splendid Asst. of Shirts.
(Woolen, Start, Calico, Hickory, DenJm7c.)
Merino and Cotton Undershirts,
White Bosom Shirts,
A LARGE INVOICE OP CLOTHING
f ""Jkck Cloth Frock Coats and Pants,
Baciskin Sacks, Pants and Suits,
Boys Shirts ad ChUdren's Jackets.
Monkey and Bailor Jackets.
Bilk and L a Umbrellas and ParasoIsT
Fancy and Traveling Shawls,
Cotton and TurkishTowcLsT
nruw ana tancy Quilts,
Felt Burs and Brussels Carpeting,
Honse Blankets. White and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sizes.
Scarlet, OrangeVhite Woolen,3and I point.
Threads, Tape WsirHc, Scarfs, &c
. 811k and VeWet Bibbons, .
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, Pants, Dresses,
PERFUMERY, FLORIDA WATER,
Genuine Eau da Cologne, Lubin's Extracts.
Toilet Soaps, Philooome, Hair Oil, Combs,
Mirrors, Looking Glasses. Pipes,
L B. Balls, Harmonicas, BlankSooks,
Albums, Gold Leaf, Jewelry, Watches,
Extension, Arm, Dining Itoom and Parlor
Chairs, Settees, Ac..
Saddles, Calfskins, Girths, Stirrup Leathers,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing Plates, Cups, Teapots, BowUv
Chambers, Bice Dishes and Bakers.
do Hloo Bass
OI all sizes and qualities, '
Coal Bars, Gunnies, Twine. Burlar.
Woolpack and Twilled Sacking, Linen Hose,
Sardines, In half and quarter boxes, .
H. and P. Biscnits, Salt in jars.
Castor Oil fa Tins, Btearino Candles,., 5 and 6,
Matches, Cocoanut Oil. Wash Bin.
Enbbuck's Linseed Paint Oil, E White Lead,
White Zino Paint. .
De Laacs fits and Boutelleaq Brandy, and
Bum, gin, St. Paul Beer, Ale and Porter,
Port Wine, Sherry, Bhine Wine,-Fine
and Table Clarets, Chamrocne,
G.1L llnmm Co., Sparkling Hock,
Moselle, 4c, Ac. -
German and Havana Cigars
Forks, Cruets, Tea Sett,
Pocket and Butcher Knives, Scissora.
Sheep Shears, Needles, Spoons, Files,
Spurs. Galvanized Basins, Hoop Inn,
Keg litre ts. Hammers,
Yellow MeUl and Composilion Kails,
Babbitt MeUL Sugar CooTersT
Iron Tanks, Clariflers 4c Also,,
Fire Clay, Blacksmith Coal, Fire Bricks.
Tiles, Empty Barrels, Oak Boats, Ac.
Orders from the other It landa carefully
attended to by
Put Up in Cans, 2 lbs. each.
This U really A DELICIOfS W1UIT. and
Carefully Prepared. Tor
Sale at "Wholesale
33) tf by BOLLBS J. Co.. Atr,f.
HB8. W. 3I0RIARTY, rTEACffiER
285 Beret anU St. K9la
xx the carrr.DST.iTE3.
Ike Oldest Purelv MiduatLifa Tnsnmnr n,