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af ti iJ:iMrr' fcawteceneted tfcs
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taMta aa&e saact -aKs.
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LTCAX 4 J0H2CS0X hare jasi rpceired a beautiful lot of Parlor Suits, upholstered
in Silk, Silk and Plcsh, Plush and Haircloth, Haircloth and Keps, that thcr will sell at
the lowest prices possible.
LYCAN JOHIXSOX hare just received ex Sues, a lan assortment of Folding
tT- n.v?-c- tv,. t .,u :.. i i :
AT IiTGAX JOHNSONS can be found all e the latest Music, init receired ex
IiTGAJv ir JOHNS QX hare a large assjrtraeai of Baby Carriages, Swinging and
KecHng Gradles, "Cribs, high and low Chairs for the little folks.
LCCAX & JOHXSOX have sorae very cheap and some expensive Bedroom Suits.
LYCAN it JOHNSON have the only- assortment of small -Musical Instruments here.
TrYGANjt JOHNSON have the ouiy assortment of PIANOS and ORGANS to be
fouad in this Kingdom.
IiYCAN x JOHNSON sell raor Pianos than all the other dealers because thcr sell
cheaper, seH on the installment plan, take old instruments in exchange and lease them,
aHewiag the rental to be applied on purchase.
LYCAN JOHNSON keep everything in the ITusic Line.
IiTCAN t JOHNSON have the celebrated Herrins: Patent, Rre and Bnrjrlar-proof
LYCAN A JOHNSON keep constantly in stock the largest assortment of Book
and Clock Shelves, side and corner Brackets, etc.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have a large assortment of Centre Tables, and everything to
pet oa the Centre Table.
LYCAN 4 JOHNSON have the only assortment of Japanese Vases, Japanese Dishes,
Pans, Screens, etc., etc
LYCAN 4 JOHNSON have a largestock of Toys, Dolls, Tool Chests fc Doll Carriages.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have the only large stock of Picture and Cornice Moulding to
be found in Honolulu.
LYGAN t JOHNSON have a very large assortment of Paintings, Water Cotbrs, En
gravings and Chromes, that they will sell below auction prices.
LYCAN it JOHNSON have in their employ Mr. . G. WOOD, who is the only pro
fessiorial house decorator in the Kingdom. If you want everything to harmonize,
consult him.
LYCAN 4 JOHNSON macufaciure Lambrequin's, Cornices, and keep Cornice Mould
iag, poles and rings in Brass, Ebony and Walnut.
LYCAN r JOHNSON will furnish estimates for the complete or partial Furnishing
of Kesidences.
LYCAN JOHNSON sell and rent Chairs cheaper than anyone else.
LYCAN A JOHNSON propose to sell all Goods handled by them afc only a fair
proas, and not at the high ngures usually asked For Goods m their line in Honolulu.
LYCAN &- JOHNSON have the best Sewing Machines for family and manufacturing
perposes. and sell them at from $20 io $4o each.
LYGAN & JOHNSON have all Goods plainlv marked, and will deal justly by every-
ose. Answering aH of Iheir correspondents and Shipping Goods to the other Islands
jKutspuy, ana aa an m meir power io ptease in pnee ana quality. hjo
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BOLLES at C9
Honolulu Clotliing Emporium
or.
104 Fort Street, :::::: Honolulu, H. I.
SWEEPIHG REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS !
To make room for an extensive invoice from the Eastern
and European Markets. I will self during the
NEXT FOUR WEEKS, MY
Entire Stock Now On Hand,
.A.T EEDUOED PEIOES !
CALL EAELY & SECURE BARGAINS.
MRS. MELLIS, Dress-Making Establishment
lesr tj:
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THE WOMEN'S FRIEND !
Washing Made Easy,
By the KAXtAKAUA Al.
Washing Machine !
IMUmtd lid !
try tfce
HawaHaiWastiUg Machine Man'fg. Co
SLccii hksiiS your
Clottia to" wear
Grtthif ynftige
Az4 lUiTr so Icxr.
It will pay for itself is less than a year.
- FOX SALE BT
JS. O. Hall Sc Son..
Csc Test i Etas Stttetf, Hucolsfa, H. L.
TawiElIcrfirsii5iitxdiirf3Sil (V3 ij)
SPERM AND WHALE OIL
A QL'AKTITY OF SPEE3C OIL
Just ft L 23. el
fxoss tie Wialfcti Burccf Abna Rlrttr
13 d Orti.
WARRANTED PURE !
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A FEW CASKS WHALE OIL
Ali of Pice Qlilitr, asd Fret frra Food.
oc Sale ia Q3iti:i Dwitrfox
!WS EOLLES & Co.
, LOST ! LOST ! LOST !
IX THE POSTOFFICE OF -YATLU-KT.
toft or oasEired SolUzs tl'&J) Urarf br
CcrsnU tCoot Wi.-fepo. Xini. irf Fefc. Ha. ISSS.
to G. VT. KxctjaUne & Co of Ilocolala, to ike crfrr of
Ainia. So. 3l-- Piyisentlta tUmtA ea the afcore
faft.IIroitiixeforttiea BBsottHins the uae.
Wiifcrts. Apal X7, ISii. 3tSC5 ALES A.
HflW'N AGRICULTURAL
soorEwrr.
President t Us Msyesty the King.
lUXAKO OF MAKAKMKXT
hu Mjctj- rwsidwt
lUo H A WMtcuas... Vice l'wWtnt
Hon AS CJslw,
UU w Chief Juce Joiia,
III muor First .UtecUtr JojUct McCully.
Jit A Jarer. TreaJBtw
MrJ S (crIvt
The Society's First Annual
AgrioiAtural
HORTICULTURAL SHOW
will, by permWMoa of UU Kx. the MlnUtt r of Interior,
be heU on the le-elalmeU f ivunJ, tujnk of Ilatrkan-
it ;uni,
On Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
the lith, ISth and ttth of JUKE.
Throoh the liberality or the Lestslatarn the 15oarJ
ol Masasivnt are ia a position to pat forwarj the foh
lowinceitenslre list ot the FKIXES thty vtl vMIlr to
be competed for at this Show. The ooney Taints or the
illferent prises anl the forms in which thry will be
?iTea.wHl be announced at a later dale. In the case
of all the taoxe important classes the Wirs will It
siven In such a form as to be worthy of presctratlon as
utisenioes oi me cvrni.
S cliedxile ot Frizes
BIV1S19K 1-XKAT CATTLE.
1 Bet Imported Call, liar ham
2 Second Be?t Imported Bull, Durham
3 Best Importrd.Bttll. Hereford
4 Second Best Imported Ball, Hereford
3 Best Imported Boll, Ansns
6 Best Imported Ball. Jersey
T Beit Imported Boll of any other breed
5 Best iCattte Ball of asr breed
Best Porham Cow, fnll blood or jrade, native born
10 Best Hereford Cow, full blood orrrade, natlre bora
ii .npis v-ow, ion oiochi or craae, native bom
It Best Jersey Cow. full blood or srade, nalhe. tx)rn
13 Best Imported Cow of any breed
U Beit JTativc Cow of any breed
15 Best Vote of Working Oxen, nitire born
IS Best Fat Ox, oxer foor years old, native born
17 Best Fat Steer, nnder f oar Tears old. native bom
1 J Second Best Fat Steer, under t years old, native do.
i test .Hiica vow. imported or native
3 Second Best Milch Cow. imported or native
Dmiiox 2-HORSES.
I Best Imported Stallion, for carriage use
S Second Best Imported Stallion, for carriage ne
3 Best Imported Stallion for draught
4 Second Beit Imported Stallion for draught use
5 Best Imported Stallion for saddle use
K Second Best Imp rted Stallion for saddle use
T Best Native Stallion, over foor years old
S Best Xative Stallion, under faar years old
9 Best Imported Mare for carriage use
10 Best Imported Mare for saddle use
11 Best Imported Mare for draft nse
IS Best JIare and Foal, native.
IS Second Best Mare and Foal, native
H-Best Gelding, native
15 Second Best GeIdiD;t native
IS-Beit Filly, native
IT Second Best Filly, native
IS Best 'ative ilole
19 Second Best Xative Mole
3-Beat lair of Xative Horses
SI Best Fair of Xative Draft Horses
Division- 5-SHEEP.
1 Beit Imported Kam, for wool
T Second Best Imported Sam, for wool
3 Best Imported Kam for mutton
4 Second Best Imported Ram, for mutton
5 Best Two Imported Ewes
ft Second Beit Two Imported Ewes
T Best Xative Ram
S Second Best Xative Ram
3 Best Two Xative. Ewes
-Beit Three Xative Fleeces
Dtmiojf f-SYVIXE.
1 Best Imported Boar
2 Second Best Imported Boir
3 Beit Imported bow
4 Second Beit Imported Sow
- t- . -v- - . : l- "
S Second Best Xative Sow
7 Best Litter of Pips under ten months old, native
S Best Fat li. nativu
? Second Best Fat Pfc, native
Xote By "native" Is meant an animal born in this
DiTiitox S-POULTRY.
1 Best White Leghorn; Rooster and 2 Hens
2 Best Brown Leghorn; Rooster and 2 Hens
3 Best Black Spanish; Rooster and 2 Hens
4 Best Dominick; Rooster and 2 Hens
6 Best Three Domestic Ueese,
T Best Pair Xative Geese
5 Best Pair any other breed
9 Best Three Muscovy Dacts
1-Best Three Aylesbury Ducks
11 Best Three Canton Ducks
12 Best ThrceTurkeys
IT Best Three Varieties of Piston
Dmsiox 6. DOGS.
A show of thoroughbred dot will be organized, and
pnioiwu oe awarotmor aesemn- exnioiis.
Dmstos 7. DAIRY PRODUCE.
1 Best Firkin of Butter. 10 Ers or more
2 Second Best Firkin of Butter. 10 Ss or more
3 Best Pound of Butter, the exhibitors beins honsc-
Eeepers ana miKing tneir own nutter
4 Second Best, " ' " "
Drnsios S- FISH.
1 Finest Srxcimen Imnorted Fresh Water Fish
2 Second Beit Specimen Imported Fresh Water Fish
Drains DOMESTIC 3IAXUPACTURES.
1 Best Variety of Mats
2 Best Exhibit of Men's Hats
3 Best Exhibit of Women's Hats
t BestKana
Best Exhibit of Calabashes made from Hawaiian
woods
6 Best Exhibit of Bowl j of Wood and of Cocoannt
7 Best Exhibit af Ornaments: Kntui, Shell other;
S Second Best Exhibit of Ornaments : Kukui, Shell,
s. orners
3-Best Exhibit of Artificial Flowers and Wreaths
10 Best Exhibit of Camnj on Wood or stone
IX Best Home Made Saddle
12 Best Home Made Harness
DtnsioxlO-AGRICCLTCRAL PRODUCTS.
Class, 1 Strpar Canes.
1 Best Bundle of Suiar Cane
2 Second Best Bundle of Snrar Cane.
3 Largest Collection of Different varieties of Soar
Cane
4-Bcst single stick of Srcar Cans
Class 2 Fora;cPUnts.
1 For the greatest variety of Forage Plants, represent
ing neiu vi uuv less mau unc acre
" Vttr r h r tntrrwfnrffnn nf anr n n I r i. t.N.1
proved to succeed in any portion of the King
dom iipccimen plants to be exhibited at the
sowj
Class 3-Other Products.
1 Best Ealo
2 Second Best Kalo
3 Greatest Xnmber of Varieties of Kalo.
t Best exhibit of Rice in Ear, or Paddy
5 Best sample of Coffee Mt
6 Best eolketion of Xative Grown Fibrous Plants
7 Beat Pumpkin
S Best Sweet Potatoo
9 Best Irish Potatoes
Class 4 Products as Manufactured for Export.
1 Best sample of Sojar
2 Second bet. ditto
3 Best sample of Rice
4 Second best, ditto
5 Best exhibit of Fibre from any native or introduced
plant -rown here,
t Best exhibit of any kind of Dried or Preserved Fruit
crows in this country
Drruiox 11-HORTICULTURE.
CIas I Plants ia Flower.
1 Best collection of Roses
2 Best half dozen Hoses ..
5 Best Roie. sincle plant
I Best collection of Geraniums
3 Best half dozen Geraniums .
6 Best Geranium, tiszle plant
7 Best collection of Pinks
6 Best collection of Carnation
9 Best collection of Giadeoll
10 Best collection of Pacales
11 Beit collection of Fuchsias
12 Best col led Ion of Dahlias
1J Best collection of Bl-onUs
Class a-TJsefal and ornamental Trees' and
Flaau fcrowter.
1 Best collection of Ferns
2 Best half dozen Ferns
Best Fern, iin;Ie plant
4 Best collection of colored leaf Bfcnsbu
5- Bett collection or Shrubs " vif '
6- Best colltctlm of Crotosi - rf
7 Second best collection of Crotons - r
&-Eet coDsctltm cf HiSfUci , ,
-Ht st tvUcellon f Wacvua
lo-.WMt llecilon of I"lm
14 u . -.. 1 1 . . . I an l
toiwu aim
J to teilon ot rwjt ThT,iUbl fat totrolty
H-Bcst sentral collection tf PUnl
Cls3-Cttl Flowers.
I Besl lVimjurl ot Klowrrs
a cail best Uonnurt ot Flowm
3- 4test collorrlon of Kwe
4- Jtest otvr Kmv
i-lte fxhlMt of dried nd lterd FlOnei I
-l'"t exhibit odklcil and pressed VlatiU -
Class 1-FrnlU.
I Best Bunch ot Banana
3 Unrrn collrvtlon of Bananas
3 Best llraies
ltt line Applet
-lV-stAlllcaUr IVats v
ft lkt Mnnstes
T Be st Oranccs
5- Uest Olives
Best IVachcs
10-Best Almouds
It-Best Fljs
la-Best Uiuw
13 Best Vtxrannt
lt-lkst Dread Fruits
15 Best Lemons
IS Best Lime
IT Host Uhioo' ;
IS-Bet Vis
19 Nest Chervmoyas
50 Best lUtes
51 Best IVmearanales. r
23-Bt Waler -Melons ' 5
Si-Best -Mnsh Melons .
21-Best Basket of Asteorleil Ffnits
Class 5 VrcUblf .
I Best Ajaracus
5 Nest Green IVas
Best Carrots
I Best Turnips
5 Best Cabba;e
6- Bcst Culinowrts
"Best Pumpkins
S Best Squash
-Best Beans
I0-Best Ec-planl
II- Best lUdlshes
12-Best Kohlrabis
IJ-Best Celery
H-Best assortment ot Vrsctables
Ihvtswx 12--A0mCUL.TUR.Vli IM PLEMEXTS
-VXD MACHINERY.
23-Best collecllou ot Forest Trees, suitable for the
Si-Best collection of Xative Trees
Prizes will be Hvcn for thebcitexhiblUor Imple-
cultural industries of these Islands, and to tlw prc-
v.. v, ,,ui .iicmiurai prouuets tor cxiHirtallon,
and especially for new invmtious ot value in this
Awaraw will also be made for meritorious exhibits
Ti . , um vv rnciuucii inincauovc
i5 u exhibits that a III bo of interest to the
.W""" ., V . " "" or ac lioriicuiiuraust
ire Mmrllr fnvtlr.t
ti 1 1 ,n W Msc 'heluil?s lall decide that the cxhib-
... vm t. uvi ui suuiciriii xucrii, no prtte will
The freight, Io and fro. of animals sent from the
?u " islaud; solely for the purpose ot exhibition at
the Show will bo refunded to the exhibitor by the
Tho following ru-o the Stnntlinc Comntittcos
.fit.- S- i -
ui uw oocioif ror tne present j-oar:
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JJ.ArisM, J. Campbell, B. F. UilUnshamnud M.
OV SlIKFl Mitii .T V U v Lt ii
Geo. . Wilcox.
Os Port Tit r V n v r n
and W. It. Scale. -...v... viu.
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Jlir. IS.7 l.," "-"-w in. i.Lury
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J. B. Athcrton and H. It. ilacfarlane.
r-Po MocntTCRE-Mcssra. J. IU Paly. F. A. Scbac
fcr. C. O. Berrfr. ffirmpncf l.nni.Ir i.-:.i.....ti , ,
Clarke. .., auu
By Order of the Board,
J. S. WEBB,
Secretary.
919 tf
. O. Hall & Son
DEALERS IX
Hall'sSteelPlows
Cutting from 5 to 16 inches; mide for them by
the Mollno Plow Co.
AfiEICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS
of ererydetcription needed on these Islands.
COOK STOVES
ASM
RANGES
OF AI.Ii SIZES;
KITCHEN AND HOUSEHOLD LTENSILS-of
all kinds; '
PAINTS AND OiLS-of all kindfi;
XDBRI0ATING OILS-bcst stock in the market;
KEROSENE OIL-Downer's, Noonday k Lnstral;
SILVER PLATED WAKE from Reed fc Barton;
SOLID SILYER WARE from the Gotham Co.
POWDERS-all l:inds, from Cala. Powder Works
CARRIAGE AirD MACHINE BOLTS-all sizes;
SHelf
HARDWARE
A Splendid Assortment;
LEATHER Of All Descriptions:
3S" Our Goo-Is are of the best quality; are bought
for cash; are always new. For particulars, wereferour
customers and FRIENDS to OUR NEW DESCRIPTIVE
CATALOGUE, which we will send to any on upon appli
cation, or call and examine our Splendid Stock of Goods
AT OUR WAREROOMS, corner of Fort and
Kins; Stretts, Honolulu. WO
ICE QREAM!
A. HART HAS JUST JIE-
turned from San Francisco, and has opened an
M
Ice Cream Saloon !
STYLED
The ELITE
IX C0NSECTI0X WITHy
THE AMT0K HBt'S E. Mesirs. Hart Bros, have
renovated" THE BISIXtt PaRLOIM," and their
coabined establishments are now the Finest in the
City. Ctf) HART IJK0S., Proprietor
BAILEY &C0.'S
10 Cent Store !
Fort St -
Honolulu.
NIW CDOBS SVI1Y MflXTI
100,000 Articles
10 Gents Each.
tW Orders from tho othor Is
lands, promptly filled and respect
fully solicited.
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MASON & BUILDER
IS NO' I'KEI'AKED TO ATTEND TO
AH Kinds of Mason Work.
SI'ECIALATTESTIO GIVEN TO
Setting Eanges, Bakers' Ovens and
all kinds Cooking Apparatus.
Chimneys, Foundations, c,
built In a ThorsusU and Worktnanlifcs Mannrr.and
AiL "WORK GUARANTEED
Orders should b addressed to
AKCHIBALD lilSCLAIB, Masoa & Buildtr.
Care Ifonulnlu I'o.t Omen.
E. I. NICHOLS.
Civil Engineer and Contractor
TOa THE OIlmfmiKl ,r
mil Itoads, jnilf. Usdlns. Iron, WVxIen and Com.
viuztivu riHscis ana suspensson
v Bridje for Cne Flumes.
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