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rUIiUSIIED BY
ROBERT CRIEVE & CO.
IlTcrj- s,Vednr.ilny Morning.
U FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM
PAYABLE IS ADVAXCE.
rmlrn hbcr.Ir 96.U3 In Art a -,
Which tKladviPMtkcprtrftU.
Ofin In new Gazette BaUding, 25 and 2"
Merduant Street.
God Acre.
I lile U.at r.-Di Saxon phrase, which call
n bnrUJ-rrOTiid t-d'a-Acr It t intX
It eoBtwcraTra fch cnre wtthto lu oslu,
And bratt.r a bnlNW o'rr tlK sieepitfc dul
omT Acre' Yet. that Med name ttnrtarta
Comfort t tltoae, who In lh havr aoim
TV' fr. that they fattf cmroffd in thrir hent.
Their bread w life. U ti morr tbrir own
InUt It farrow ball wr nil t can
In Ike nre fait, tbat we Fbalt tit ajraln
At tbe crl hirmt. hn tbr arcbaacHV blt
frbiU wIcbcw, llkr a fan tin chaff ami grain.
Tfam rbal) the rund in Immortal bloom.
Intbc fair tTrda of that econd birth;
And rack brtrbt biofaom mlnelr Ita prrfomt
WHhtbatof f.ww,wbkbnrrrrbloomH ooMrth
tilth thy rade nkmcbharc, Pralh. tint up the rod.
And prfd the farrow for tbr rrd r tort;
Tfci 1 the neM and Acrr of our nd,
Tfatt If the plae when bntnan barmt gnmt
Mi acellnnr-ou.
Every time a doctor feels ft man's pulse, Iris
ocl.etbook experiences a chill.
VOL. XVIILNo. 35.
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1883.
.WHOLE No. 972.
Unsiittsi garfa.
1:. i AIA?IS.
Auctioneer and Commistlon Merchant.
(jprrn r-treet. Ilopolala lj
i:i. iioi iciii.ai:(.i:k .v -..
IMPOBTEBS AND COMMISSION KEECHAXTS
W1 nono!Bla.Oba. n 1 1,
11. HAtiiriM.n a. :.,
GENERAL COMM1SSI0X AGENTS.
41 Qaccn Mreet llonolala. 11 I lj
F. T. L.ENXHAN Jt CO,
Importer and Commission Merchant.,
va Xanana Street. Honc-laln
i A. sciiAi:n:ic .v c.,
Importers A. Commission Merchants
MS Ilonotnln. H..tUn l,Und ly
1: iiitcimock.
attobket at law, hilo, hawaii.
512 IUIlrTPmpllTCoHected 1)
rRANCIS M. HATCH.
guiiiiess ards.
v.
iairii L A. Tnnwros.
SMITH & THURSTON.
ATTORN EY S AT LAW.
SO Xo IB MCTfh.M M. Honolnln. 11. I. II
o i.im L A.THCBsTei
W O. SMITH & CO
Stock and Real Estate Brokers,
JP .MtrtAIBt M, IIPDOIBIB. II. 1 II
tic
A. ROSA,
1TT0RREY IT LIW IKfi I0TART PUBLIC
ttfier tr'lk lAe Atlormty brtrmt, AWolamt lllle
: ff.e?, II. 7. lr
i:. t. HAM, He ,
ISirOETEES AND DIAltBS 117 HABDWAKE
Dry inol Taint. Oil. Blid Grcrral Vrrcli.ndl.r.
Kn l Corvrr Fnrt and Klnc MT.
JNO. A. HASSINGER,
Acent to take AcLnowlcdcmenta to Con
tract, for Labor.
Z Inu-rior Offltr, Ilonolnla. It
Jfltrhanital ards,
ED. C BOWE
Honu anil SIrh Palntr, Paper Hamcer,
ay ly Xo 10T Klnt Slrfrt. RoboI.Ib.
wai. aon-tso.,
Morcliant Tailor.
VH yo. fg Fort St btlowDf st.ng.na-.ld'.. ly
:. . :oi.i:.iia.
blacksmith and machinist
Hfrl vho.li.ar, Otrrlaa; lorh,
ri.ntalion larhlnTX
W9 Shop oa Klnc Stw.t. a.ltCattl. Jt Coofcff'.. ly
UOHN NOTT.
Importer and Dealer In Store, Rang,
Mrul., Iloa.e Fnrnl.lilncUeod.,Crockrry.r,lp?.n4
Chin. W.re. rr.ttleal Mecranlc,llononln, II. 1,
1 It
J. M. OAT & CO, SAILMAKERS,
Lort la A. F. Conk. . Jiew FIre-rroof BalUlnc, fort
or'na.Ba Street.
llonolBla, II. I.
CH Flag, of all dewrlptton.ln.de .nd repaired..
Jfitthanital garths.
CONFECTlOyKRy !
3E. McITSnE3Int3Nr-Tar
No. '71 Fort St., a'S.vi' Hotel St.,
KEEPS ALWAYS ON HAND
An aMortiticntottBP ti IVnch and
Ctltfomla itUBbfkClnrrd,
Confootionory !
Vhkh b(iterif or itl to U.elndr,pt ttrrtalla,
AT REDUCED PRICES!
ALSO
niE iiest Bitxns ok nioin: rir.vtis
Tor. hid In taeroark.1.
THE BEST ICE CREIW, SOD WITER s CORDliLS
tr-'.a. A1 TRVYlll'JI.-Va
. . 'n ,
ARCHIBALD SINCLAIR,
gnsarante Jtficts.
A
Boston Board or Inderwrllfr?.
OKSTS for the llawallntt t laawta.
IT L . UlTEU KR t CO.
rhiladf IphU Board or Tndf rwrllf r?.
A nRXTS for the llanalUm Ialanda.
F. A. NOIIAI.FKK,
4 R?ITornrTnnoirrtofCIarwUera
IV A cent of Drtfidcn Hoard f CMfrwrltcrt,
Afrot of Vlf bb iVvard of Undf nrrltm.
CUIot atlat lBarac e CompanltMi within tb )ri
dtrtion cf the a bore Board or Undfrwrltcra win fcarr
to b tntUfd to by thaboT ArenttOBUkethrm
wild. j jy
Insurance Notice.
THK AOKST KOT"t!IK nitlTlSH Kir
elt-n Marine Invarane Company .Umltfd) baa
trerlTed Initrattlnna ta Retne the Rttw ot
fnnnct betwrn llonolaln and Port in lb rclflc,od
lntwrrrrwrrt tflne rolltlfa at the lowest tff,
with a tpvetat rrdnctlon on frrttht vr iN.mrr.
M - , THKO. A. DAVtXS.
"H-y Armt 1MU Itw. Mtr. n. Co,. UmlU4
Jfnsttranrr JloHtts
UNION INSURANCE GOMP&NT
op sam vnAMCiacn.
INCOHPOR ATED, 1SSS
CASTLE & COOKE. ACENTS
rSS Partke llaeeallaai lili.Bh 1
50BTH BSTTISB AXS XXXCASTIIX
Inaur auoo Oompnny
nr ijimimix am rniMitHvn
rtrabllihod 1800.
r.riT.i.
Aeramralat and taented r.nd
9anwwtft I .
vf 0n lnPNTabvf
a4at Ailb
iw- Utah uvt la a v tHof haw UUt,i m
an4 Woolfn Dnfldlwf, mmit MmbawdiaWrtt gie-
aatrftyalt
lwn?Aftw
English Aa She I Spoke.
L'niler the above title, S -nlior Pedro Curolino
Uas irrodaced a work aa A new ciiJo of the con
Tcrsation in 1'ortocTicfie anil IZorU-Ji." We liav
heard of this Taloxble coDtnttntton to linguintic
HtnJy.bot it was only the other day that a copy
came to hand. To aiy that it a most scnaming
oke is hardly cnonch, it probably the rery fan
leet Uunc that has appeared, the cream of the
jokft btinc thatSenhor l'edro considers lumsclf to be
writing the rcry cbmcet.tof Enclisb that from his
point of i lew everything is ngidly correct. The vo
cabulary is funny. Aa for instance htn nnder the
list of fishes we hate the hedge-bog and the snail
tinder metals, starch; nnder -eatings' Home wig,
n chitterling tankage. Ilat it ih when the Scnhor
tndnlgfs in conversations "Idiotisms and J'ro
vcrlw' na be calls tbt.ni that the fan Ixtomet fast
and f orion-. Here we an told that "Cat scalded
fear the cold water. "lie is not bo devil as he is
black' for, Hbcdstil is not so black as he is
painted;; He islicgarasa chorchrat. e append
the preface which explains the whole matter far
in tu-r than an ttunc that can be said
rUTLTfACE.
" A choice of familiar dialocnea. clean of cal-
licituna. and despoilrd phrasca. it vtvs niis&ing yet
to studious jttrlngueac and Brazilian Youth; and
alio to persons of others nations, that wiJi to
Vnow the portngnewe langnage. We songht all we
may do, to correct that naut. compiling and
dtnsing the present little work in t jmrtM lhe
firxt inclndes a greatest vucabal.tr- projier names
by alphabetical order, an J the cguJ firtT three
It fi-Hqme adaptcd;u the usual precisio-ii of the
life. For that reason we did pat, with it scrnpa
loat exactness, n great tanety own ci previous to
cnjlish and prtogne8e idioms; without to attach
tw selver (as make botue others, almost at a
literal translation; translation what only will be
fur to accustom the portngneHe pupils, or-foreign,
t' spoak very badjiny of the mentioned idioms.
We were increasing this second edition with a
hraseology, inthenrstpxrt, and some familiar
etters, anecdotes, idiotisms, proverbs, and to
woond a coin's index.
The I retain which we were confenng for thi
labor, found nse ns for nothing; but thoe what
were publishing to Portngal, or out. they were al
most all composed for some foreign, or for some
national little acqaaintee in the spirit of both
languages. It was resulting from that careles
sness to rest these H',,,i fill of imperfections,
and anomalies of style; in spite of the infinite
typographical faults which some times, invert the
sense of the i-?nods. It increase not to contain
any of those M'orln the figured pronunciation of
the cnghsh words, nor the prosodical accent in
the inrtogaese; indispensable object whom wish
to speak the english and iortnguese languages
correctly.
We expect then, who the little book (for the
care what we wrote him, and for her typographi
cal correction) that may be worth the accepta
tion of the studious persons, and especially of
the Youth, at which we dedicate him particularly.
It is hard to bt here that the above is not a joke,
bat wc asbore our readers it is sober earnest.
Hawaiian Gazette Su PDlemen t Auo 22
Pioneer" X.ine
Another Invoice of Hew Goods
FROM LIVERPOOL.
mil. ii. mm i co.
OFFER FOR SALE
From the Cargoes !
or Tiir.
Ship 'GLENBERVIE,'
tVD . ..
Other recent Vessels
THE rOLLOWINi,
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING
Perilous Adveutnro in a Balloon.
ITTTMrr TO CROSS THE dUvKKEL-
The following particulars arecivenby M'Hosle
of his adventures in attempting to cross the Eng
lish Channel in a balloon. At mianiht, the balloon
Ptlaslre do Kozier cast off and rapidly ascended.
Almost immediately the weather, which had been
hazy all the evening, set in tcry thick, the result
be ins that L'Hoste passed the night in the midst
of a log, which not only chilled hm to the wmtow
but prevented him from obtaining the least idea
whither he was dnf tins, or eveu if be were moving
at alL llortver, the weather cleared the next mor
ning, when, to his unall didcuat. he found himself
out at eoi in the neighbourhood of Cae Urisnez.
Heat once threw out ballaat, in order, if possible,
to find a favourable current nud soou rose to a
hight of IJWO metres,at ninth attitude he euffercd
Mcverely, his face being half roasted by the heat of
the san,whilst his feet w ere numbed and almost fro
zen. 'Iwo hours later he found himself over a town
of some sort and drawing tne valvo line descended
rapidly, and, with the assistance of passers by, cat
anchor on the esplanade at Dunkirk. Being deter
mined to persevere, ho calmly took breakfast in his
car, enrroiinded by & capmg crowd, and afterwards
Increased his store of balls!, Noticing a fav
ourable change in the wind, he nngrappled. and
rose gradually to a height of r,UUO metres. He
inubt have travelled quickly, for he soon found
LimBelf over the Bea, off the coast of IVlgium.
Far up amongst the clouds he found a terrible
difference in -the weather, for, alrnont without
warning, he sailed into n violent Btorm-wave.
Here the beating of the rain, the heavy gusts of
wind, and the loud reverberations of the thunder
put Mu UUlUy f th .lalLiutta-a JmuXul &ud
unfortieen test. Thewholo fabnc was convulsed
with continuous vibrattons,and tossed and pitched
in a manner which made it difficult for the giddy
and benumbed aeronaut to keep his hold on the
car. However, with some ditficntly he managed
to open the valve, and descended at noon on
Saturday to within, ns far as he could calculate,
Mi metres of the sea. Unfortunately, in the loner
alrata there prevailed a thick fog, which made it
'rapottsiblefor him to ascertain his exact wherea
bouts, lie. made another ascent in hopes of find
ing the elements more propitious, but the blorm
was still raging an ia the clouds, and he therefore
co abide red it prudent to keep nearer the sea. As
the afternoon wore on he noticed with alarm that
the gas in his balloon was dangerously decreasing,
ujd be began to realise his peril. At four o'clock
the ropes dangling,frora the car touched the cea,
And be knew that tne critical tune had come. The
rholeof his ballast, of which the car could hold
bnt a comparatively limited supply, had bv tbn
time become complllely eihaasted. Ho at onoo
threw onL one after another, instruments, cases.
and ludtxjd very moveable article in the car. But
the balloon responded languidly, and in n very
few minutes the car itself touched water, and the
oca broke furiously almost every minute clean
uvcr the car, drenching its unhappy occupant to
flit skin. 1 he rones and lines, too, were dashed
about iu a bewildering manner. And those com
bined horror., had almost made ilons. li'Uoste
despair, when he caught sight of the sails of a
Jinhing lugger, which turned out to be the Noemi.
The captain of the iN'oemi almost simultaneously
otught Mght of the balloon.which he for somo time
took to be a ship on fire, and mamrovred round
and round accord icrIy- "W hen, however, he as
certained what the strange cratt really was, be at
oner launched a boat, and with immense difficulty
reseud the aeronaut from a fate w hich, bat for
bis timely appearance, would not long have been
dclATed. h i iioste found he had been rescued
uithm ten miles of the lngliaa coast. He and the
balloon, which had burst, were taken aboard the
Jtoemi and landed At Antwerp shortly after mid
night. IHost is full of gratitude to the captain
of the KoemL
Prints of latest styles, fast colors ;
Mae Denims, White Crodon Sheeting
TrHi-. T ri.v i? r : iw;n.
Wa tcr r.roof Tweed b, Towels & Toweling, S B f fclR tffel IB 1 19
Glass Towels, Table Cloths, do. Napkins, 1 l"IL'
t ore ijinens, Miawis, drenadineo.
THE OVE CUT REPRESENTS A
Two-Seated Cut-under Family or Express Carriage
?t a n 1 iA t tvi 1 1 . i r.xr.ui:ssM roit Tin:
Citriiu It exository9
s. .-.o and 32 kixcj snii.rr, oppossti: Tin: imh.ici: ntatiiix
DRESS GOODS, WHITE & COLORD SILKS ( 115. wfV IVIv .T. HIGtHNiS : : Proprietor,
EJDGKE HOUSE,
South Eona, Hawaii.
rriiK u"UKitsioyi:i jii:gs to
X Inform hU friend ud the pnblle in genera) that
bt wrlt-knowB- lltlE U again ready to receive
visitors.
The Ilonee U fttnitcd Smile inlsttl from Kralakckns
Hay, at an elevation of about 1.4U) fect and offers a
mott charmlns view in addition to the ever pure and
iiatidy atr of t he ilUtrict, the delicht of both ttmrlrt and
invaftd. l!ath lloacca conncced with the esubllth-
meat.
101 ly
V. KRAFT,
OPTICIAN AND JEWELER!
IUWA1IAS GAZETTE BCILDISG. MEIt
X'HAXT MREET, HONOLULU.
Has Received, Per lale Importations
jAJUrge and Varied A sortmcnt of
Optical Ooods,
Kye Glance, Srelacles,booUr- Glufi. etc
JT JES "W1 13 JL. 1 "S-,
la UoM, Sliver and Dated Warr and of the
LATfcT DEblON'S.
Us Watches
From the Factor.? of the Mott Approv
ed Xakrr. in Geld and bilrer.
CURIOS From AlhParts of Oceania.
Pfel CALL AND EXASIirsE MY STOCK. ly
IJOtOGXA 6 AXIS AG 15 IX TJX CS
XJ Jutt aihand. freab and In pourct order.
C: , 1ST For Sale by
Colored Satins, Grass Cloths,
Artificial Flowers and Feathers,
Cotton Handkerchiefs, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Woolen Table Covers. Cold bat teens & Crape
Fancr. Mixture, Blue and Gray Flannels,
Victoria Lawns, Brooks Spool Cotton,
Lacc- Curtains, bine and white;
Check Lisladds, Taney Dress Goods,
Fancy Plaids, llegatta Shirts, Wool Shirts,
White and Colored Cotton Shirts,
Pilot Reefers, India llubbcr Coats. Capes and
Ijecgings,
Men's White, Brown and Colored Half Hose,
Ijftdies' Hoso, Men's Beady Made Clothing,
Men's Hats, Blue and Gray Horse Blankets.
Woolen Blankets, all colors, sires .1 weight.
Vehet Carpets, Vchet Kngs Vehet
and Tapestry Door Mats,
SADDLERY !
A Full Assortment of GenU, Uidits,' GirlV
and Bors Saddles,
A fowJOCKKYSAUDLES,
Bridles. Saddle Cloths, Chamois Skins,
Sugar IIACS, 20.:!0; Coal IIACS,
RICE BAGS AND TWIKU.
CALVANIZED
CORRUGATED ROOFING
Inh .. Aflfl Unthv, 2l(Hiage, icrewc A- .ta'lirr
GAIiVANIZED lUDGlN'G,
AnueAlrd Fence Wire,lS'os.4,f, C, 7, and SUplis,
Galv Iron Backets, all flccs;
Galr Wrasb Basins, Gnlv Garden Bordenngs
and Nettings,
'linued Iron Sauceivins, all sizes;
Tea Kettles, Real Japan Blacking,
iMvixi; imi("Ks,(.Aiii:. tilis
Garden Hollers, Lava SeaU nud Chairt.,
Umbrella ijumds. Iron Scraiicr.
Hat JtooLs and Hails, LAU N 1 CNNIH UKTK,
Clothe, llistt W, Hand BuLcu. WurL llahUU
Crockery and Glassware,
Fancy Glass Flower Stands, Fern Bkcls, eta
PORTLAND CEMENT & FIRE BRICKS
Tiro Clay, Wbltins. Chalk, Velltro Ochre.
Roofing Slates
LiTcrpuul and Kock .Salt,
ZINCS, PAINTS AND BOILED OILS
Worcester Sauce and Groccrut.
Knslisli, American V Hawaiian Flags j
3, 5, and 7 yards lengths.
TOPSAIL SHEET CKAINSl
Admiralty Test nzes: Jj,1,, and MO:
Powell Duffryn Steam Coal j
STATlO.S'EltV, IltOX BEDSTEADS. j
ENGLISH LEATHEI1 BELTING, 3 to 12:
FLOOR OILCLOTHS I
WINES AND LIQUORS :;
Fig Brand Stout, Blood, Wolfe Co's ALE, in
pints and quarts;
Bass' Ale, in pints and quarts; '
Fine French Brandies, in bulk and cacs. 4
UenncRsy's Brandy, and , in cases:
Cases Scotch and Irish Whiskeys,
Dnplessi4,Ked Bar "and other Clarets, in ct;
Best Sherry, in bulk and cases; i
Champagne, in quarts and pints;
STEEL RAILS,
. ISn. Le.tln: Itlb. ana ISlb. pn Tard.
Fish Plates, Bolts and Nuts,
KAII.KO.tn M'lKlS. TO MATCH ,
ONE SIX HORSE-POWER
PORTABLE ENGINE
ALSO. ON'E THREE UORSE-rOWEK '
VERTICAL ENGINE;
ii Tin, i r.i.i -uo hum or
R. F. Briggs & Company, of Amesbury, Mass..
om: or tiii: laiu.ust am most ui.i.iaiu.i: cakuiagi: mam i AtTLitr.iis
Xax tlio TTxaAtocl Stixto.
Read the - Following, From the 41 San Francisco
Journal of Commerce : "
I "TLcfirmof It. F, BBIGGSct CO, have tWrTactory at Amesbnry. Mass. It comprises four large
i buildings, all connected by an elevated bridgeway. The first largo building, LJOiSS feet, fa the factory
1 for wheels, todies and gear. It contains nil tbr Inteat improved machinery f orpTOducing all the dif
I ferent parts that go to raake up carriages and all other kinds of vehicles. Of the second, a brick
.building IGOxGO fett,tbe first floor is occupied as th blaekauithinn shop, where there are run daily
thirty-fires. All the ironing of carnages ia done here. The second department la nsed aa a leading ana
hnnging-up room. The next two floorsthe third and fourth are nsed for gear finishing and trim
I ming of bodies, and as varnishing rooms. The third brick strnctnre three storiea high is a packing
l aud store house: when fall it has a cnpicity ot storing SOO carriages. The fourth and last tbrte-story
' building, cOxtS, is the section devoted to .minting the bodies, tire-setting and general blacksmi thing.
I This factory is coniplcto in every part It employs one hundred and fifty mechanics in the different
j departments, and turn ont from 'JJMi to per year, consisting of some forty different styles of
vehicles, using the very best material. The spokes and filloesnro made from the best second-growth
j white hickory, white the hubs are made from the best gum, white and yellow elm. All their wheel
stuff is from the- foot-hills of the Bine Ridge mountains, id North Carolina.
I Tho factory tarns out a variety of fine carriages, buggies, photons and wagons, and with the fncill
. ties and experience of twenty years the proprietors are enable to prodnco in style, quality and finish as
una n carriage ior me money as can oe iounu in tne united ntates. in our visit a lew uays ago in tue
branch house iu Sin Francisco wo found a complete stock of carriages and buggies, and new good
arriving and on tho way. all of which are cpecnlly made with a view to standing the climate of tho
Pncino Coast.
Alro or band an-l to uitim
full A oilmen t of
j Fine Carriages fe WTagons
, roxsivriMi or . - -
Brig's Three-Seated Extension Top Cut Under,
im:ahm; m ri.uiw.i.,.
BRAKES FOR HORSE-BREAKING
WITH OK HITIIOtT lOl.l. Oil Ml I"IS.
Carriage. Bufrics, Phretons, Ilack Cnrriagcs, Scc,
Whips, Saddles and Carriage rurnisbing Goods
osa. Always on TTctiicl ia
tr My CAKItlA4,E ,rr all M.anr.rlarrd n,tl. b,1-w 10 a In Uiw Cllmale and 1 inrf te a Tlslt from in-t.-n.lln-
l'drrba'cr, Ijelor Itnvin rbwlir. Cverr "i;ltl 0i: Warrantnl lo Olre SATIMFACT10N. Ml
AICTIO.S GOOUS.
Honolulu Carriage Repository, Nos. 50 and 52 King St.,
Frank J. Higgins Proprietor
Tktssjbs! rW.KS! rlRUSSK8!
CO.
A Large Invoice of the Celebrated
CELLULOID TRUSSES
Direct From tlio Factory.
Wo Have Especial FACILITIES Tor Adjusting TRUSSES.
Hollister fe Co.,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts., & 59 Nuuanu St
a. rAirraa,
&c
&c! &c &c
THEO. II. DA VIES 4 CO
J. D. RAMSAY,
Gcnornl Grocer
A .
Provision Dealer.
AO.GT IIOTn.iT, t ! ! HONO!.t'I.U.
Goods Delivered to Customer's Rest,
denecs. Free of Charge.
Jaat Recrlrra cx late arrirala, a frrb liar of
Garden Seeds & Fresh Groceries.
MT- All ORDERS FILLED Vk'ITKIP R08PI.ESS. SJ
63 ISLAND OKDEKS SOLICITED U
S. M. CARTER AND COMP'Y
S! Klnc .-t. flrnolala, II. I., KcUII Drllr .. la
Firewood Coal 'and Feed.
We wonM notify (be public and hoaackeepers In par
titular, that we keep en band and for aale In onan
tltlra to anlt paixhaert and at loneit rate- Fuel aa
follows t Hard and otl Woods, cut any lenflha;Cliar
1 hartcal. ,y,W, eratle I'oalr, hfotth Coala,
nd the UeN-brttrd Welltncton Jitne
Departure ItarCoal: aUo,
Utackamltha' Coal.
Tbe above ran b ordered bv lelenhoneor nlhervilae
and Imnmtlalc dvMvery gnaranteni.
GIVE US A CALL I
Telephone No. 305.
umoflofifi's fiifutiiif.
Perfumery ! Perfumery !
Perfumery ! Perfumery !
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Have Just Received the I argest
LOT OF PERFUMERY
KVKIt IJIl'OltTEl) INTO THIS KINGDOM, COMl'KISIX(J
Over Fifty Different Odors of the Celebrated
Lundborg Manufacture.
Odor-Cases, Fancy Boxes, Bottles, &c.
Hollister fe Co.,
jSugerLts forHawaiian. 3Sj.ngdom
59 Nuuanu SU, and Cor. Fort and Merchant St
C. BREWER & CO.
Offer Tor Sale the Cariro of tho
Furness
Abbey,
The 1-olfc.lae. U.I al Jlmb.adlM :
c ii l- i jVi; n t c- h o n,
Farnirr. itollrr., BM. BEST rtASTEK.
FRANKLIN STOVE COAL!
Huir Mattresses,
Double and Singlo ;
Balre ofExcUtor.
NESTS OF TRUNKS
fcECOXD IIAMD
SAFES!
Id OooJ Onlir aad at Extremely tew rneea.
Washington Chairs,
Frazer's
Axle
ll'A' JUKt KKKP X tJIVOK
and Oats,
Ortlir.rbla New ZcAt.ln J t
Cohi.WhilnnnJ Onmned; Hrnn,
lUtlcy, Wholo ami (irouiitl; Wheal.
Mluillinc,, and olber Feed.
rSf Order Uie atMre throng
TELEPHONE X0. DOS,
nnjMonatrant iulcli delivery, and Ivll veicht,
Orders from the other Island, solicited.
FJIJ-'K DEL 1 1 rll 1
to all parts or the city. Ileracrober
82 KiliR Street, and Telephone, No. 181.
LEWERS & COOKE
Invito Special Attontlon
To their prevent Mwk.contalnln-, at H doe, the lar-
Itme, fABMitlag oa followtr
Nor1 West & Rcthvood Lumber,
or vi.l. sin.s,
Eastern White Pine.
Port Oxford Cedar,
Whito Wood, Oak. Ash.
Black Walnut, Koa,
Redwood aiid White Cedar
Sliixisles,
REDWOOD and WHITK CEDAR
T foot Posts.
NATXS"3d fine to (iOd--also,
Clivit, rinl.hJnK Sc Galraniscd.
BUILDE11S' HARDWARE
Wall Paper and
Ceiling Decorations,
WINDOW SHADES I
ati.tu I'Iom:i:ii. hi iiiii t h .k.
ami i:rin:n
WHITS LEAD,
Patent and French White Zinc,
III IlIll tK' Illlll.ni AM HAW
iiiiTsi-ai oi l,
Txxitjo ontlno .
A 1-arc Asiortnieot of
COLORED PAINTS IN OIL.
Paint Brushes. Whito Wash Brushes.
BARRELS Or WHITING,
Paris White,
Yellow Ochre,
Vcnitian Red and
Privecs' Metallic Paint.
Weu.Tealoja,treceiTrla Large Stock of
Pacific Rubber Mixed Paint.
I'nrkiit in 1 ills from 1 Hi. In . (.'allnnuinil
if a (!reat Vnrlelj qf Miadci
iSr'TliV IT-"SS
Clamicos Glass
1 ICHJt 7rTO 10V12 IM'IIIA.ar.ar.
Leavers Ss Cooke.
isaain o)
LAINE & CO.
Hate ron.lntilly on liantl.
Ij ct i g-o Quantities
... or
Ha v and Grain
V ' s- r, . r-i. . a,'
of all Linda, ablch Ve ofiLr tr parcnafrr. ,t tbe mueen at. store,
Lowest market rates y the care
er block I. rtaewed by e.cbarrlr.l 1 ful huyer, for his trouble.
Tram tna Lnant 1
Grease,
A CHOICE SELECTION or
Carriages,
Phaetons,
Basket Tops
Dllcreiit Sljle,,
Cut Under
Carry-Alls,
Brunnell Top JBugg.es
, .Lo, rtnriAitii
" EDWARD MASyj
i
r CaieaVellow Metal, lS,3i. M. SI oWa.
Krf; of CompoHtlon Xalla.
Grocerers' Wagons " !
Democrat Wagons-j
Hand Carts, and Ox Carts !
AI.I.oPTHi;.tnoVb
Goods are in aExceilent
Condition
And will lie XOI.II I.Off, to lloe fon.ljn
nifnt.. k. illicit i:k jk .
New Goods !
New Goods !
J.T.WATERHOHSE
HAS JUST RECEIVED '
Ex "GLENGABER" and
other late arrivals,
T1IE FINEST ASfOBTMENTOr- '
NEW GOODS
TO lllirnt .M I. Till KIMJIKIM.
A VISIT TO HIS
NO. 10 FORT ST. STORE,
King St. Store,
HAVING A GRIST-MILL !
WE ARK I-ItKI-AltKD
to Grind C3rX-alxx
of an ktsdi at any tine
liuciui, ivoTi i ou tiii:
Paciflc MntnalXJre Insurance Company,
OP CALIFORNIA.
State Investment Insurance Company,
OF CALIFOItSIA,
Floorer Telephone, the Simplest. Best,
AND CIIEAFEST SOW IX CSE.
IIcaiolalD, Jan. 34.
J. T. WATKltilffUSE.
PLATE GtASS
ami .. .
Fancy Colored Glass,
Jait lift. ivd aaI Yog !aJ rx Ab-rMlr
From London, by
C3-ESO. L.TJO.S,
at the
ENTEmUSE EFED 00,lHOnO,U,U StcamPtalnB Mill.
Tlin FI.1E.ST AMORTnetT llf
FANCY COLORED GLASS
svio i.icnr.-,
ilaj be ftraaa it the ibmr ntabHihtarat AtbO.
Plate Glass,
xii i r.irr .ub uxis Kelt.
The Aboie i (IITerrd at RtawnaMr Kate.
cult cm is joiitrnn.-
GEO. I.TJCAS, i
Ileari.l. f leaai rUafa; Hilt
Cof.2aeca as4 Sdiirbersli t'lreela, HoanlalB,
H. J. Agnew, Proprietor,
iDforni bl. friend, aad tbe pabHeseomllrtbat he
bai opened bai lae., at the Ibote .Uad aad bj.
mad. cnmplcte arraaeeiaect. tin a
coatiaacn. loppl, ot
FRESH GOODS OF THE VERT BEST QUIUTT,
Which he Till nCrt (or ,al
At tho Lowest Possible Prices.
Hcbota,brelriBshl, bnt .tlenuon. to leaM lb,
pabllc and to rorrlt a part of Uelr palroaa.
A LARGE STOCK op"
Wheat and Oit Hay,
Whole and Ground Barltv,
California and Oregon OaU,
Bran Middling. && &c,
SOTT OS nASD.
CVOnlervcolIeitM aad falWru-tlno o.r.atrd or
sopayaiked. Telephone 280.
D.vibixs ssn cmuixsTn. t,m-
AV"'' Kajjlai aadPa.tl Carral,tal, ..4 link
Jfke...ewandfre.B. rssa;b
BOLXTS A to.
PANY
BBes t
ab.I the
FEU,
i
La
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K Um liii,t mi m i l II
QwtM -OK, rfi urn. Pta
Ttttw rwmrti. ' op oa Mv
22Z
mmt rum nmwmr anusay
asftYltwWMfsV a "stj tal JtsasjassTf
rtfttlM 1 HIHsWtfltatMW
li m. tiv mm sft.f gia' tftm rtv aWm 1 m a
fwaai 1W intiw inritw 1 S iramjiin t mm
wrrtfUmway a m9 y ttii1lh.awMa
at'yk,
WILLIAMS. DlXOfl Jk CU
Shipptnt a4 fMal 9mtest
w. h. csossx&if ft m
H. W. SEVERAXCIa
Hawaiian Ci n4
COMMISSION MERCH AUT
nara4tw' a hns
Fisheries !
rpitr. rtniaiaitp. m arsniUT
SUPPLY THE BU.WAIUS VBJJfBK
Hiehr-t V.nde oM item itr.
..to ham rrro
Nets and Seines ta Order.
rn- .-t M lA re arf Man!
.li.FlM.VMa
Cotton is BfUcrtsaa Hr-r.pi trs DvsU
and ten zxyrrmn.
American Net and Seine Co.
-rtinrrs
INDIA RICE MILL,
-Kin. on aad Fremont Stx, S&a 7runtatm.
II IC IDIk BBC TtUVlL, wfmw V ywm
la taw -ti -1 iJai 1 1
Cleansing and Polishing
ar it-two W 1 1 13 pT rmn, TKfmwm
- ; tafia SV- W latlk ivm.
TB HMt 9KM J. W v KXTT
KI 'TTrTO aH m M
Hulling ami I)iT?:iM; f PaiJIv
trim 'a AaviMw t-Ma tp
Wm. M. GREENWOOD.
Prarrl.a at la t4W JU Mm
Mr. J. T. WATER HOUSE.
dr. j. coins mmm zmmm.
l--aJM -f fmm -htmm im
aata aaaff aasstwaw v way m-iem-
nuWSvrB ifiiaai ... . .W ,
est IUt Jawii' m- r. --
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an a bm mtnmmm wmm-" -
jmhsftr'aax t 'Krit -V. "S M-MV 7. -
tW a- - htmwm liit r-a mm Ptm
4 m m f mum ta
. ta) 13 itw wr -mtm lmm.
ii-t - a- . r -ra- 'i
tlbi exmrit tw tomtom -
tti mmmSTmWm ST
alnri if taw Pltw Pi- - mm
At ra iMf
ptMttbaaaa.i.iaflar. h.
4m fMan
9aM m Watw. M . -
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Shop,
S. .11I.I
aiboe.
Carta.
t Jte. Jte.
lrancl.es.
rl.
j r.rziar.
)cralty.
fat
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IX.
1IGHT.
f pnsps
iVE-ICaT
Corner Beale and Hawanf Sts
W. H. TATLOa tm Mm XMU a .
BUILDERS GF STEJM JMQT5I1I
- ... a,
St.amboal, St.am.hla, ta"4
ENGINES AND BOILERS
cti..si t-a.r as es) 1
l.oia. w-i. a. w . mi,
t lynn
.itti l a
mm w ,Mi,aiin. .tf. . .. e
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Mvitb tlLLn l". ata.ssvJsa-A'aaa
. II INERT 11 1 - ashav mm aw B .
111 ! m - Hi. mat
ti nrtya,.. lxbH
llvrK.ri.ir niarriau.
t 7a . . w.aim in
adasata. al 1 mm s a. 9
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ariaaapw fc , awf flKaia, fna. aoav .
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rtlfra. llmtlM'rm.knr
w. law. ,, m Hi ..in I hi s lag
Tan Mi. 1 iiwranaaw a. ,1
link, hr MwlWU.. mnpmm aaM.
as taaaa a
Wo wjnt tho Public to tiTKtet
stand that trea
Union Peed Cwjvy.
HIT, DATS, BiHin.9S3l. Jlc
n ui -nut
AT THE LOWEST RATES-
x. --aa- - tarn
aa-A,. .
. tar T.l.an.n. wet.
To the Prepristsrs sf Sifar
iarrta.t'a a.
S AiCST FOK riRX C.
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iwjfaWr a--J-rtr i aH e'1"
an lacaf-a-'f tm vfmm m,tm mmw
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